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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1922.
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I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 1
A Direct and Economical Medium for Buyer
and Seller. Use This Column It Pays.
FOR SALE 6-ROOM FURNISHED
houso with bath and large lot. In
quire Weatherford Pool Hall. Phone
143.
LOST RING OF KEYS IN BLACK
leather case. Finder please return
to Sun office. ltp
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
Apply 222 N. Sitgreaves St. tf
FOR SALE About 50 sacks suitable
for potatoes or grain. Phone 261W.
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FOR SALE HOT BLAST HEAT
ing stove, electric washing machine,
baby carriage. Snaps. Call 157.
8-4-tf
FOR RENT FOUR-ROOM FUR
nished house and bath. See S. R.
Burke at Brook's store. 9-29-tf
ALL KINDS OF PHONOGRAPHS
and sewing machines repaired. Sul
livan & Taylor Furniture Store.
8-11-22-tf
SIX PER CENT LOANS MAY BE
secured for any purpose on farm
lands, irrigated lands, to buy or
build homes, city or farm, under
our first mortgage certificates.
Bankers Reserve Deposit Co., Gas &
Electric Bldg., Denver, Colorado.
8-25-12t
FOR SALE SEED
Ferrell.
RYE M. F.
8-25-tf
DODGE" TOURING CAR, in good me
chanical condition, new rubber,
$425. Ford touring, with starter
and 4-speed attachment, $325. Ford
coupe, $325. Studebaker Four,
$300. Babbitt's Garage, Flagstaff.
FOR RENT COTTAGES FUR
nished for housekeeping, city water
in each cottage. Use of telephone.
Two miles east of Flagstaff on
National highway. Phone 123R4.
Mrs. Greenlaw. 9-1-22-tf
FOR RENT LARGE, SUNNY,
furnished bed-room. $12. 215 N.
Verde.
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING
Phone 266-M.
ROOMS.
8-25-tf
Miss Glenna Taber, who was ill a
few days this week, is again teaching
her classes at Emerson school.
Dr. E. C. Blake, the throat special
ist of Phoenix; operated on a number
of Flagstaff people for tonsil and
adenoid trouble at Mercy hospital on
Monday.
Born To Mr. and Sirs. Elsworth
Green of Black Bill Park, on Wednes
day, a baby boy. This is their first
child, and has the distinction of be
ing the second child ever born in the
Park community.
At the meeting of the Eastern
Star at the Masonic temple on Tues
day evening, Mrs. Hugh McGookin
and Mrs. Dora Harben were initiated.
The ceremonies, which were well at
tended, were followed by a banquet.
Bill O'Brien, of the Sunrise Trading
post at Leupp, arrived in town on
Wednesday, to attend the wedding
yesterday of his cousin, Miss Irene
Bart, to Andrew Samsky. Bill got
his teeth fixed so that he can eat
more of Newy Smith's tough mutton.
Mrs. J. F. Withers of Los Angeles,
is the guest of Mrs. T. E. Pollock
this week. Mrs. Withers graduated
from the N. A. N. S. as Miss Bertha
Bcecher and was a most popular mem
ber of her class. She still has many
friends here who were delighted to
see her again.
MALTA FEVER NOW
PREVALENT IN PHOENIX;
THERE'S ONE CASE HERE
Malta fever, caused entirely and
only b use of goat's milk, is prev
alent in Phoenix, where there are now
about 30 cases under observation, a
government physician, Dr, Lane, hav
ing been sejit there to investigate,
and there is one case in Flagstaff,
that of Mi Kaminsky, who recently
came here from Phoenix and who is
staying at the Weatherford hotel.
Malta fever is not contagious. But
it is dangerous to those contracting it.
It lasts sometimes for. years before
tho patient can entirely eradicate it
from the system. "
Not long ago there were two .Malta
fever patients being treated in Flag
staff, one of whom, came from Pres'
cott and the other from Phoenix.
A Flagstaff physician who has had
considerable experience with 'Malta fe
ver says:
"Phoenix has had an outbreak of
Malta fever. The sale of goat milk
has been extensive and there were
over 30 cases before the malady and
souice of infection was discovered.
"The death rato of Malta fever is
small, but tho duration of the fever
may bo several years. The disease.
was brought to this country by impor
tation of goats from the Mediterran
ean basin. Its existence in Texas,
New Mexico and Arizona has been
known for many years.
"The usual mode of infection is
drinking raw goats' milk. Goats' milk
should be boiled or pasteurized unless
the milk is known to be free from
infection. Tho goats brought to
Flagstaff have come from California
and there is probably no Malta fever
among them,v'The germ is known to
be excreted jiftho.jnilk when the an
imal shows no signs of ill health."
A PROPOSITION OF EXTREME
merit' offered local representative.
Box 2G3, Phoenix, Arizona. 9-g-?t
FOR RENT FOUR-ROOM FUR
nished apartment, very icasonable.
215 N. Verde.
JTOR RENT MODERN FURNISH
ed house, G rooms, furnace heated;
also small house. Phone 31-W. tf
RANCH FOR SALE FOR CASH
80 acres, stone house, barn, cistern,
large stone chicken house, 36 acres
under cultivation. -One and one
half miles east of Flagstaff. F.
Hespich, Bx. 1042, Flagstaff. 9-29-tf
REFINED YOUNG LADY WANTS
to take care of children by the
hour, or children whose mothers
are employed. 824 W. Birch. Phone
281.
BABY CHICKS HEAVY LAYING
strain; mature early. Guarantee
full count, safe arrival within 72
hours of L. A. Pioneer Hatchery,
320 S. Spring., Los Angeles, Cal.
FOR SALE TWO WORK HORSES,
weight 1200 lbsj each. Four work
mules, 1200 lbs., each, ages 6 to 9
years. Three sets work harness.
Camp south of ball park, Flagstaff.
9-22-lt-pd.
FOR RENT THREE ROOM FUR
nished house-keeping apartment
with bath. 616 North Beaver St
FOR SALE FORD TOURING CAR;
came out December, 1921. Good
condition. Call phone 193 or see W.
H. Zook, 408 W. Aspen. 9-29-tf
FOR SALE CHANDLER SIX, AL
SO one light 5-passenger touring
car. Inquire at Brown's jewelery
shop. 9-15-tf
FOR SALE ONE LIGHT FORD
truck, new top, seat covers, radia
tor and Stromberg carburetor. Can
bo seen at Carron Implement Co.
Price $175. Allin Greenlaw. tf
FOR RENT-JFURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping. Rent very
reasonable. Apply 222 N. Sit
greaves St. tf
Better merchandise for less, at Sid
Gassman's.
Lemon Crush in sterilized bottle,
Advertisement.
Order slabs now fof next winter.
Rates. Frank Bennett Advertise
ment Judge R. J. and Miss Lucille Kidd,
Mrs. C. C. Schwarz and Mrs. Hodg
son, motored to Oak Creek on Thurs
day. Mrs. J. C. Kelly spent Saturday and
Sunday in Adamana with her friend,
Miss Georgiana Fuller, who is the
telegraph operator at that place for
the Santa e.
Miss Annetta Meech, a student at
Emerson school, underwent a throat
operation at Mercy hospital last Mon
day evening. She expects to be back
in school on Monday.
A. W. Carson has just installed a
set of three up-to-date developing
tanks in the work shop of his studio,
and expects to enlarge the studio in
the near future.
Bob Taylor returned Saturday from
a trip to Kingman, Ashfork, Prescott,
Clemenceau and Phoenix. Looks like
Bob kind of got outside of the coun
ty lines looking for supervisoral votes.
Miss Virginia Lockett, county su
perintendent of schools; Dr. Felix
Manning, county health' officer, and
Mrs. Manning; Mrs. James McRae,
County Supervisor W. H. Campbell
and County Farm Agent Francis A.
Chisholm, left Saturday by automo
bile for Fredonia, going by way of
Lees Ferry.
R. F. Eberhart, who has been re
porting for The Sun, during the sum
mer months, will leave next week for
California, where he will enter the
Riverside Library Service school. Mr.
Eberhart was commercial teacher at
Emerson school last year. He is .pop
ular here and we are all very sorry
to have him leave.
William Henry ("Billy! Pitts, the
ubiquitous stockman was in the city
Wednesday from Ash fcorK. He is
cleaning up for a shipment of cattle
with other cowmen, which will take
place about October 20. Owing to
Billy's robust health he spends most
of the winter on his range down
around Congress Junction.
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MADE TEX RING HIS
OWN WEDDING BELL
A Sun reporter was rudely awakr
ened yesterday morning, along with
the rest of the town, by the siren of
the fire truck and the ringing of, Dr.
A. J. Mackey's wedding bells, as some
of his friends gave .him an impromptu
charivari, sbon after his, arrival in
Flagstaff with, his bride, at 6 a. m.
Tho reporter followed the, truck for
twenty minutes, trying to locate the
supposed fire, and after a four-mile
trip succeeded in running it down at
the place from which it started. City
Marshal Rube Neill trailed the boys
for. several miles also, and it will be
several days before he gets over that
tired feeling. He will forgive, but he
will never forget. Those who got up
the surprise party and gave Tex a
ride and made him ring his own wed
ding bell in the bargain were Captain
L. C. Arthur, J. D. Gillespie, Ernest
T. W, Coulter, Bill McClurken, Clar
ence Pulliam, Ernest Yost, Leonard
Thornton and Lewis Kelly.
Munson last army shoes, $4.45 at
Sid Gassman's. , ,
Those delicious (Saratoga chips at
the Brooks store. '
David Babbitt went to Phoenix on
Tuesday night on a short business
trip.
Have you tried tho fresh Saratoga
chips at Brook's store? Fresh, clean,
delicious. tf
Charles A. Harper and his family
returned to their home in Eastland,
Texas, last week.
W. R. McClurken spent Tuesday
and Wednesday on insurance work in
Winslow and Holbrook.
We have just- received a shipment
of ladies' dress hats and sport hats,
all new styles. Babbitt Bros. Trading
company.
A. M. Root, Jr., manager of tho
Arizona Central bank branch at Wil
liams, was a guest Sunday of M. I.
Powers of this city.
Hey kids! Save 20 of our CLEAN
MAID bread wrappers, and return
them to the Bon Ton bakery for one of
our kiddy kites. Adv.
George Rozen left last week
fori
Chicago where he will attend th
Chicago Art Institute, where his
brother, Jerome, is teaching.
B. B. Crosby, brother of George H.
Urosby, Jr., who has a cattle rancn
at Eagar, was in Flagstaff yesterday i littered around when someone smash
forenoon, en route to Phoenix. ed the electric light globe on the Ma-
A. C. Saunders of The Sun staff, . 6onic Temple comer,
and Mrs. Saunders, and Mr. and Mrs. I- Good news comes that George Her
Marinus Westveldt motored to Tuba'rington, who has been in a Phoenix
City Saturday night, returning Sun- hospital for too much of this month,
day. will be home today, his daughter, Miss
Lee Doyle returned Sunday night I Be"y. . who Yas there with him also
from a month's trip east on business , """S- Now we can a We our
during which time he visited Detroit, F?lle at Georges iccovery by kidding
Chicago, Niagara Falls and other m about the funny place he picked
cities. j for a vacation.
Mrs. R. H. Drake and son Rollini . Mr-. and?Irs- J-. J3" , and
are expected to return either today daughter, Miss Harriet Estelle, leave
or tomorrow from an extended visit tomorrow for their four or five
with Mrs. Drake's relatives in Hot . W??KS vacation in the east, during
Snrinirs S D
Mrs. R. E. Partridge, who has a
ranch near the Navajo copper camp,
has for some time been in Fresno,
California, where she will soon under
go an operation.
Margaret Mary, weight 8 pounds,
came to brighten the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Mertz of 120 W. Cottage
on last Friday morning. Mother and
daughter doing fine.
M. I. Powers returned the last of
last week from Los Angeles, where he
had been on business connected with
his Atlas Fire Brick Co. He stopped
at Kingman on tho way home.
C. J. Carlson, regional scout execu
tive, was in Flagstaff yesterday, at
tending the scout banquet held by the
Rotarians at the Weatherford hotel
during the evening. Today he will
attend a luncheon held in his honor
by the Winslow Scouts. He will at
tend similar affairs in Holbrook and
St Johns later on.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Switzer and two
daughters of Los Angeles are visiting
Mr. Switzer's brother, W. H. Switz
er, and family. The Switzers motor
ed here. Mr. Switzer formerly took
care of the auto top department in
his brother's shop here. They are to
remain two weeks here, then they will
visit another brother, Walter, in
Phoenix, before going back to Los
Angeles.
L. C. Egner will not return to
Normal on Monday, as he expects to
take charge of Brown's newsstand
during Mr. and Mrs. Brown's absence
on a trip east. Egner will take up
his studies at the school in Jan
uary. As there are not many men
attending, his absence will be felt in
athletics, as he was a member of last
year's football, baseball and track
teams.
Walter Switzer, proprietor of the
Switzer Style Shops of Phoenix and
Tucson, called The Sun up on the
phone yesterday morning from Phoe
nix and asked that announcement be
made that he is sending along a very
lookable young woman, chic, stylish,
a la mode and all that, who will act
as living model during his women's
siyie snow anu sale at tho weather
ford hotel Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday of next week.
MRS. SIMPSON'S FATHER
KILLED WEDNESDAY
Mrs. R. H. Simpson, wife of the
manager of the local J. C. Penney
store, received a telegram on Wednes
day announcinc that her father had
been killed that morning in Kansas
City, Mo. She left that night for
that city.
Deceased was assistant yard master
at the Union depot, Kansas City.' The
telegram contained no particulars as
to manner of death. He leaves a
widow, three daughters and three
sons. He was very prominent in the
railroad brotherhood The widow and
one of the daughters were here re
cently visiting Mr. and Mrs. Simpson.
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COUNTY REPUBLICANS
ORGANIZE FOR VICTORY
The republican county cential com
mittee met at C. B. Wilson's office on
Saturday night and organized for the
coming campaign, electing Dr. M. G.
Fronske chairman and Del Strong
secretary-treasurer. The following
were chosen members of the republi
can state central committee: M. G.
Fronske, ex-officio; F. S. Breen, Har
low Yneger, L. Benedict, Homer Bart
lett, W. H. Conley and Del Strong, all
of Flagstaff, and A. M. Root Jr.. and
E. J. Nordyke. both of Williams. F.
S. Breen left Sunday nieht to attend
the state meeting held in Phoenix on
Monday.
Charles A. Clark was nominated by
the county committee for constable
Flagstaff precinct, and his name will
be printed on the official ballots as
the republican candidate for that office.
Union Taxi Company. Phones 75
and 30. Advertisement
Fine calfskin shoes for men, $5.85
at Sid Gassman's.
Mrs. J. L. Wight, who has been
ill for some time, is improving.
Cecil Carson Curry has given up his
studies at Emerson school to help his
iainer witn rancn work.
A beautiful assortment of ladies'
dress hats and street hats received
Wednesday at Babbitt Bros. Trading
io
Juan Fierro and Consepsion Garcia
were married here on Tuesday by
itev. it. v. vabre. Uoth are resi
dents of Flagstaff.
Fred Whitmere. 38. and Gertrude A.
Gardner, 41, both of Flagstaff, were
married here last Friday by Justice
oi tne i'eace it. J. Kidd.
Miss Fannie Lynch, stenographer of
the district forestry office, Albuquer
que, has been spending several days
here with Miss Helen Williams.
Dan M., Jr., son of D. M. Francis
of Flagstaff and Phoenix, is at And
over, Mass., in a preparatory school,
getting ready for university work la-
ter on,
Young Eddie, son of Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Metz, obeying the Boy Scout
injunction to do a good deed every
day, on Wednesday swept up(the glass
I which they will visit many of the
principal cities and compare them
with this. Their love for Flagstaff
is guaranty that they'll see no place
they could care more for.
Mrs. C. P. Heisser and two of her
children came up from Phoenix on
Tuesday to attend tho Samsky-Bart
nuptials and to visit here for two
weeks or to. Mr. Heisser, who is
manager of the Babbitt wholesale
drygoods house at Phoenix, recently
returned from an extended eastern
buying trip. Mrs. Heisser's many
friends are happy to have her back
With them, if even for only a short
time,
Meat-cutter Pring of Colorado
Springs, more recently of Los An
geles and now behind the counter at
Fntz 'Schucrman's meat market,
.worked on Fritz's ranch south of here
for several days, building fence. One
of the other hands, just as Pnnjr was
walking along the edge of a 20-foot
bluff, yelled: "Jump! Here comes a
mountain lion!" Pring jumped and
during several days while he nursed
his sore leg, cussed the cuss that
played tho joke.
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GOVERNOR AT ORPHEUM
THURSDAY NIGHT
Governor Campbell and the other
republican state candidates will speak
at the Orpheum, Flagstaff, next
Thursday night, October 5. As much
as possible of the regular picture pro
gram for that night will also be giv
en, beginning at 8 o'clock sharp. You
are all cordially invited to attend and
hear the issues in the state campaign
explained and see the pictures, which
will be well worth while. No admis
sion charge.
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FLAGSTAFF STANDS HIGH
IN AUGUST BANK CLEARINGS
With Tucson not given and count
ing it second, Flagstaff ranks fifth in
the amount of bank clearings for Ari
zona during the month of August,
which is a good indication of local
prosperity. The different cities stood
as follows:
Phoenix, $16,340,933; Prescott, $3f
239J102; Douglas, $2,042,323; Flag
staff, $1,869,178; Bislee, $1,765,979;
Kingman, $951,561; Globe, $902,821;
Yuma, $895,256; Mesa, $308,308.
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PAVING PROGRAM
BEING FAST PUSHED
Bobby Baker, superintendent of the
paving work, is pushing it ahead full
speed to get as much of it ns possible
done before bad weather sets in. He
was held up a couple of weeks by rail
road strike conditions for asphalt, but
it got here the middle of last week.
Agassiz Street will be pretty well done
this week. Verde, Dale and Beaver
are about ready for surfacing, and
should wb happen to have a late fall
there is a possibility of finishing the
entire 19 blocks in the present sched
ule before winter eex-i in.
SAVING CATTLE BY SHIPPING
TO CALIFORNIA! TO WINTER
George Peterson, the man-sized
cowman of Holbrook, was in Flag
staff yesterday on his way home from
California, where he had been u in
search of winter feed for his cattle.
He says that range conditions around
Holbrook are such that he believes
that not over ten per cent of the cat
tle there will live through the win
ter. After a strenuous trip through
California he succeeded in securing
range up near 'Fresno for about 2000
head nnd will ship hi3 cattle there as
soon as they can v-e gathered. A num
ber of other cattlemen in his section
of the state also contemplate ship
ping their cattle out.
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There is, nothing ahead for the man
who forgets a promise.
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Give The Sun your Job Printing.
H-
Y
EARS of customer experience have
developed .our tailoring-to-measure to
the highest art
best of 'everything,
styles.
CRESS BROTHERS
Flagstaff's
FLAGSTAFF
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Orange Crush in sterilized bottles.
Advertisement.
We handle all kinds of rentals.
Alf. Dickinson & Son. Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Cameron went
to the Grand Canyon on Tuesday, and
returned on Wednesday. v '
Miss Jessie Irey of West Chester,
Pa., will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Campbell for a few weeks.
Miss H. A. Colton, who has been
spending the summer at the Grand
Lanyon, is now the guest of Mrs,
Hugh Campbell.
Mrs. Ralph Van Vechten and daugh
ter Valerie will return to their home
in Chicago, after having spent a
pleasant summer here. Miss Duane
Van Vechten accompanied her father,
Kalph Van Vechten, when he returned
east some days ago.
ino forest service officials are
finding it necessary to put on fire
lookouts, as underbrush is drying out
in the mountains, and as it is feared
that some hunters will show careless
ness with campfire and with tho
throwing away of lichted matches.
imals shows no signs of ill health."
The Child Welfare conference, held
at the Presbyterian church on Wed
nesday and Thursday was a success,
a number of mothers bringing their
children for physical examination, and
to see the interesting health exhibits.
The ladies of Flagstaff were interest
ed in the conference, which was under
the direction of Miss Ella L. Bates,
field nurse, and Miss Rosa Bouton,
home demonstration agent
Indian Miller ("Crazy Thunder,")
with Mrs. Miller, arrived from the
Petrified Forest last Tuesday morn
ing, after having made extensive ex
plorations in that locality, finding
large ruins, and ran acretaoishrdlu
many prehistoric ruins. He found
large ruins, and ran across much bro
ken prottery, grinding and cutting
utensils. Evidences showed that the
inhabitants of the old pueblos were
agricultural in their pursuits. Miller
will be located at the Cliff Dwellings
again.
L. C. RILEY TO RETURN
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Riley will soon
again become Flagstaff residents. Mr.
Riley, whose last position here was
clerk of the board of supervisors and
who since then has been with the
state road department, has gone back
to telephone work and has been given
charge of the right of way department
for the states of Arizona and New
Mexico, with this city as headquart
ers. SUN NOW HAS OWN
BOY SCOUT EXECUTIVE
Raymond L. Gornwell, who recently
arrived from Corvallis, Ore., where he
taught printing in the high school, has
taken a position with The Sun as re
porter. Cornwell is a graduate of
tho Oregon Normal school at Mon
mouth, Oregon, and of tho Oregon
Agricultural college,, at Corvallib.
While in Oregon he was interested in
the Boy Scout movement, having been
a scout master eight jears, and a
scout executive for-two years. Up to
the time of his departure from Cor
vallis, he was the oldest in point of
service in scouting in the state of
Oregon.
Mr. Cornwell is accompanied by
Mrs. Cornwell and his little son, Ray
mond Leland, the family coming to
Flagstaff overland, and stonpinir at
many scenic points en route.- "
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ENGINEERS BUSY ON
PROJECT FOR WATER
R. L. Baldwin and L. B. Reynolds,
engineers connected with Hums iz
McDonnell, the enrineerintr firm of
Kansas City recently employed bythe.
Flagstaff city council to s?lect the
best of our water development possi
bilities, survey it and'draw plans for
uevelopment and storage leservoir,
have been working here now for sev
eral days. They have already looked
over'the Fort Valley project and one
at Switzer Canyon and are now woik
ing on the San Francisco peaks in a
general reconnaisance of the plan to
conserve the water now going to waste
up there. City Water Superinten
dent John Marshall is with them and
the three are doing their own cooking
and living in the shack up there.
The engineers are also getting
ready to make a general survey of the
present city distribution system in
connection with recommendations they
will make to extend it and increase
the carrying power.
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an art that means the
including woolens and
Leading Tailors
Phone 5
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Fresh Saratoga chips at the Brooks
store.
A new shipment of ladies' dress
hats and sport hats received Wednes
day at Babbitt Bros. Trading Co.
Douglas Roomc returned to Flag
staff from Winslow on Tuesday eve
ning, and left again for Williams on
Wednesday. He will be away for the
rest of the week.
H. A. Samsky is installing a dem
onstration room at his plumbing shop,
and is ordering different kinds of
plumbing supplies for exhibit. As
soon as the work at the new high
school is completed, he plans enlarg
ing his establishment
Harold Moritz, who suffered serious
injury to his eyes some time ago, is
still improving. On Monday, Dr.
Bakes, the eye specialist of Phoenix,
examined his eyes, but could not de
termine just how seriously they were
hurt. He can see a little with his
right eye, but can only see light with
the left
SAMSKY-HART NUPTIALS
CELEBRATED THURSDAY
Thursday morning, September 28,
the Church of the Nativity was the
scene of a very pretty wedding and
one of more than usual interest, when
Miss Irene Bart, daughter of Mrs.
Mary E. Bart, and Henry A. Samsky
were united in marriage by the Rev.
Father Vabre.
The church was well filled with ad
miring friends of the young couple.
Nuptial mass was at 8 o'clock. The
altars were beautifully decorated with
Shasta daisies, dahlias and ferns. The
wedding party entered the church to
the soft strains of the bridal chorus
from Lohengrin, which was played by
Mrs. W. F. Griffin. As the mass be
gan the children's choir sang "My
Child, Give Me Thy Heart," at the
offertory Mrs. John G. Verkamp sang
Gounod's "Ave Maria," which she ren
dered in an admirable manner.
As the happy couple came down the
aisle, the organ pealed forth Mendel
ssohn's wedding march. The bride
was attended by her sister, Miss Flor
ence Bart. Frank Samsky, brother of
the groom, was best man. The brido
wore a dress of brown canton crepe,
large brown hat and carried a show
er bouquet of bride's roses and lilies
of the valley. The bridesmaid also
wore a dress of brown canton crepe
and large brown hat.
A wedding breakfast was served at
the home of the bride's mother, at
which only immediate relatives and a
few intimate friends of the family
were present The dining room was
profusely decorated with pink and
white sweet peas and maiden hair
ferns. Streamers of pink tulle draped
from a large pink wedding bell under
the chandeliers, which extended to
the four corners of the table. The
living i room, where the happy couple
received congratulations, was like a
garden of Shasta daisies and dahlias.
They were everywhere.
Miss Bart has lived in Flagstaff
eince early childhood and she has al
ways been a general favorite with
hosts of friends. Both socially and
politically, Miss Bart was liked by all.
She has been associated with the re
corder's office for the past eleven
years, and has served two terms as
county recorder. Her present term
expiring next January, she will continue-in
office until the first of the
yeaiv
Mr. Samsky has been a resident of
Flagstaff for the past eight years,
and has made many friends. He is
engaged in the plumbing business and
is a very popular young man. His
mother, Mrs. Mary Samsky, resides
in Kansas City, where the family has
made their home for many years.
Mr. and Mrs. Samsky will be at
home to their friends at the home of
Mrs. Bart after October 10.
-Flagstaff
Undertaking Parlors
ED WHIPPLE, Director
-"llBE. Aspen Avenue
jj-tMI
Lightning Delivery Co.
George Black, Jr., Prop.
Transfer Baggage and Express,
Household Goods Packed,
Stored or Shipped
Office Phone 165
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