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THE COCONINO SUN
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BREEN-LEWIS DRUG CO. !
PHONE No. 58
LOCAL fiREVIW f
AH our bottles thoroughly steriliz
ed. Skylight City Bottling Work&
Mrs. Ralph Van Vechten and daugh
ter, Valerie, who have been visiting
here this summer, returned to their
homo in Chicago Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. McMullen and
daughter, Miss Lucrctia, were getting
ocular impressions of the architecture
and masonry of the cliff dweller's
homo on Sunday afternoon.
Miss Etha Osbom is the new super
intendent of the Christian Endeavor,
while Miss Florence Butler is assisting
her. Miss Florence Norman will have
charge of members who are under ten
Ward V. Croft, hero for the pur
pose of organizing a band, afterlook
ing the ground over, has concluded to
postpone tho organization until some
future time when more interest is ta
ken by tho public.
Mrs. Roland Hamblin of St. Johns
came in Sunday night to resume her
studies at the Normal school. It will
be remembered that Mr. and Mrs.
Hamblin were popular students at
the Normal last year. Mr. Hamblin
is not returning this fall, but is to
take work at the University in Tucson.
Top-o-Peak brand soda water in
sterilized bottles. Advertisement.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank Keeffe return
ed Sunday night from a shirt visit
at Grand Canyon.
Hey kids! Save 20 of our CLEAN
them to the Bon Ton bakery for one of
our kiddy" kites. Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Saunders and
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Cornwell
and small son were among the folks
who traveled to the Cliff Dwellings
Kent Crosby, son of Georgo H.
Crosby, Jr., who had been in Prescott
on a transcribing contract for the past
three months, returned to enter the
Normal to do junior college work.
Herb. Hilkins, who recently bought
the Borum home and moved there
with his family, has built a new side
walk and is spending a lot of money
and time adding to the good looks and
convenience of the grounds.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Turpin came in
on Tuesday from the Shonto trading
post, which Tobe had been running,
to stay awhile among their many
friends in Flagstaff. Tobe will help
his brother-in-law, Dick Richardson,
in the curio and rug store for a few
S. E. Corner Beaver and Cherry Sts.
I UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Home Cooked Meals Served Family Style
Table Board, $10 per week. Single Meals, 50c
Rooms at Moderate Rates.
Fresh pies, cakes, cookies, dough
nuts daily. A. F. Myers.
Anyone wishing to sell or buy a
city or country home call on us.Alf.
Dickinson & Son. Advertisement.
r Mr. Davis of 'the' Arizona Livestock
,Co., who is one of the biggest sheepr
men in Arizona, wasa visitor here the
first of the week. "
Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Suit left for
Phoenix Saturday after a brief visit
here with friends, having attended the
Sajrisky-Bart wedding. t
Miss" Edna Mae Browne of Los An
geles is a new operator at the West
ern Union. Miss Brown is also at.
tending the Normal during hours, off.
juiss uaie, iiem nurse ior me cniia s
welfare, left Friday for Aashfork,
While here she assisted the home
demonstration agent with a hygiene
Miss Frances Kapanke came home
Sunday night from Douglas, where
she spent a month with her 'fonder
schoolmate, Miss Delina Calhounand
is again attending Normal.
Mrs. M. A. Dotson arrived in Flag
staff, after having spent the 'summer
vacation in California. She' and Her
daughters, Miss Edna and Miss.RuthH
are now living at 317 North Lefcpux
Have taken the Confection Den. line
of bakery good for delivery. My pa
trons can get the same good service
from me as heretofore.- - Bakery
goods delivered fresh at your'door. A.
F. Myers. 10-6-2t
Miss Mary Jane Leedom, popular
teacher in Emerson school, has re
turned from a month's leave of ab
sence, during which she. was in Los
Angeles. Mrs. Robert B. Cree has
been teaching the sixth grade in her
B. F2and?T.' CfyCasrier came up
Sunday from the Apache Mail coun
try to loaf in town a 'day or so.
H. J. McClung, president of the Ari
zona Central bank, came up. from
Phoenix on .Tuesday to spend a few
days at his desk here.
Hey kids'! Save 20 of , our' CLEAN
MAID bread wrappers! jand return
them to the Bon' Ton bakery for one of
our kiddy kites. Adv;'r
L Carl, Mayhew,, the photographer, has
ught the Reiser house at the north
end of Beaver street' and has moved
his family there. Carl likes "Flag
staff so well he is losing no time in
getting firmly anchored.
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times to pick out a com-
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Work in all its branches scien
tifically done. Why not have that
buck head mounted?
D. M. ELDREQ.GE; Flagstaff
THE COMMERCIAL CAFE
is the Beet, Coolest and Cleanest Place to Eat
in Northern Arizona
Capable forQuick Service and Courteous
Treatment in every way
Special Chicken Dinner Every Sunday
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I Get Out Your Last Winter's
Clothes Right Now!
And let us put them in shape. By coming
early you "will enable us to give them extra
attention and care that won't be possible
later when you're all doing it.
And that old overcoat chances are it can
be made good for another winter. If not
we can certainly please you with a new one.
Arizona Lumber and Timber (o
T. A. RIORDAN, President. , ' M. J. RIORDAN, Secretary
I. B. KOCH, Vice-Prem Manager
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Superior quality made local
ly, at aj.lesij price than they,
can be" had' from any other
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Arizona Quarry i Concrete d
G. T. HERRINGTON, Manager
J. M. Holub, tax attorney of Phoe
nix, spent Monday here.
Judge S. B. Gilliland and C. B. Wil?
son spent Sunday at Grand Canyon;
Selected for Good
Quality and Design
J. H. FROHMILLER
. Roy G. Scanlon
20 N. San Francisco St.
Phone 186. Flagstaff, Arix.
Sunday, .Qctsbir 8
YANKEE DOODLE, JR.
A rapid-fire comedy, drama, colored with '"romance, and tinged"
ith a bit of melodramatic action. A live and peppy Yankee boy
starts out to make good and does it with a, vengeance. Also a brand
new, 3-reel comedy,
Bull Montana in
"A LADIES; MAN''
Even the critics thought it was fuijnyv .Here is wjhat ihey said:
Los Angeles1 Record: "Bull Montana cohered himself 'with glory: 'A
Ladies'- Man' is a riot of 'laughter. Film'Daly:"",A'La'dies,,,iMari, is
not'onlyiull of laughs, but a real novelty as well." -,. ,.
Lower floor, reserved, 60c; balcony, 35c; children, 25c. "Matinee
3,j., m., ,10c, 25c',, 35c. If you want to enjoy ajgood laugh, don't miss
Henry Walthall and Pauline Starke in
"FL0WER OF THE NORTH
By JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD. It, is a north Canadian story
L dealing with railroad construction. It is said to be a faithful repro
duction oi tne novel.
Also a Pollard Comedy
Lowdr floor reserved, 50c, balcony, 35c; children, 10c.
I AST Fall thousands of people who planned to
-y save fuel-costs with Arcola, were disap
pointed. There was a big rush for these wonder
ful new hot-water heating-systems, and there
weren't enough to go around. Now we have
plenty of Arcolas in stock and we can install one
promptly, with a radiator in each room. Take
our tip. Don't wait for the Fall rush. Buy now
ARCOLA at lowest prices
For instance, here are approximate figures for
Arcola completely installed to heat:
3-Rooms Arcola with 2 radiators $ 275
4-Rooms Arcola with 3 radiators $ 3es
5-Rooms Arcola with 4 radiators $ 44o
6-Rooms ARCOLA with 5 radiators $ S20
Call or phone and get exact cost for your home
WILSON & COFFIN
PLUMBING, HEATING AND jTW
AUTO ACCESSORIES SEt
"That's My Home''
That is the word he speaks as he comes
back from work at night. Who is he? He
is one of, the vertebrae of this nation. He is
the man who owns his home.
It may be but a cottage; it may be almost
hidden 'neath'shrubs, vine and flowers; it
may be ever sohumble, but it is his. Every
inch of it, every spear of its grass, every
stick of its limber is. his all 'his'.
FLAGSTAFF LUMBER CO.