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THE COCONINO SUN
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1922.
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1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 1
A Direct and Economical Medium for Buyer
and Seller. Use This Columri It Pays.
FOR SALE 6-KOOM FURNISHED
house with bath and large Jot. In
quire Wcatherford Pool Hall. Phone
143.
LOST RING OF KEYS IN BLACK
leather case. Finder please return
to Sun office. ltp
WANTED FURNISHED LIGHT
housekeeping apartment, close in,
for man and wife, with no children.
T. A. Tuipin, Flagstaff. 10-6-tf
FOR SALE A BARGAIN, SEVEN-
passcnger Studebaker six touring,
K. C. Kirby, Williams, Arizona.
FOR RENT FOUR-ROOM FUR
nishcd house and bath. See S. R.
Burke at Brook's store. 9-29-tf
FOR RENT LARGE, SUNNY,
furnished bed-room. $12. 215 N.
Verde. 9-29-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 RYE M. F.
Ferrell. 8-25-tf
USE OUR SHOPPING SERVICE
and save money. We will buy you
anything you want at dealers'
prices. Write us for quotations on
any standard article. The United
Buyers, 335 W. Washington St.,
Phoenix, Arizona.
ONE 3-INCH WAGON FOR SALE
cheap. 85 Grand Canyon ave.,
Flagstaff. 10-C-lt-pd
DARK BAY MULE WITHOUT
brand, and black mule with dim
brand looking like "U. S." on left
shoulder, both haltered, have been
in Flagstaff pound several days.
Owner inquire of R. L. Neill. Flag
staff City Marshal. 10-G-tf
FOR RENT I HAVE SEVERAL
good ranches for rent. There are
good buildings on these ranches
and you can move right in and get
ready for next year's crop. T. E.
Pulliam, real estate and insurance,
C. B. Wilson building.
Orange Crush in sterilized bottles.
Advertisement.
Wo handle all kinds of rentals.
Alf. Dickinson & Son. Adw
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Gassman and Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Wheat on Sunday vis
ited the red sandstone ruins out to-
waul Tuba City.
George Black got back Saturday
from Tonto Basin, where he Light
ning Delivered a lot of the camping
and hunting equipment for the Zane
Grey party, who went down there last
week to hunt bcais and turkeys,
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BABY 17 MONTHS OLD
.DROWNS IN IRRIGATION DITCH
While ciossinjj his field which had
just been Irrigated, L. B. Williams, a
rancher living east of Phoenix,
stumbled over the corpse of a 17
months old infant.
An investigation led to the discov
ery that Leona Jackson, infant daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Jack
son, had fallen in the irrigation ditch
about three quaitcrs of a mile up
stream from which the little body
was found.
Flagstaff
Undertaking Parlors
ED WHIPPLE, Director
11G E. Aspen Avenue
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Lightning Delivery Co.
George Black, Jr., Prop.
Transfer Baggage and Express,
Household Goods Packed,
Stored or Shipped
Office Phone 165
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Anheuser-Busch
Draught Beer
I All Kinds Soft Drinks
Cigars, Cigarettes and
Tobacco.
Most up-to-date Billiard i
jyarior in Town
Coast League Baseball
Score Daily by Wire
Come in and Visit Us
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POOL HALL I
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A PROPOSITION OF EXTREME
merit offered local representative.
Box 2G3,Phoenix, Arizona. 9-8-7i
FOR RENT FOUR-ROOM FUR
nished apartment, very reasonable.
215 N. Verde. 9-29-tf
JTOR RENT MODERN FURNISH
ed house, 6 rooms, furnace heated;
also small house. Phone 31-W. tf
RANCH FOR SALE FOR CASH
80 acres, stone house, bam, 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. 9-29-tf
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.
SIX PER CENT MONEY UNDER
Bankers' Reserve System, 6 per cent
farm property, to buy, build, im
prove or pay indebtedness. Bank
ers' Reserve Deposit Co., Gas Elec
tric Bldg., Denver, Colo. 10-G-8t
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
TO RENT 3-ROOM FURNISHED
house. Mrs. Barbara England, tel
ephone 266-M. 10-6-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 SALE 45-ACRE RANCH 7
miles east of Flagstaff on main
highway, 10 acres of good pota
toes, $1250 cash if sold at once. L.
Metsker, P. O. Box 963, Flagstaff,
Arizona. 9-6-tf
ALL KINDS OF PHONOGRAPHS
and sewing machines repaired. Sul
livan & Taylor Furniture Store.
8-11-22-tf
Lemon Crush in sterilized bottle.
Advertisement.
Order slabs now for next winter.
Rates. Frank Bennett Advertise
ment Joe Lee came in from Tuba City to
spend a few days the middle of the
week in town.
Leo Garcia, who had been clerking
at the Breen-Lcwis drug store left on
Saturday for Tucson, to accept a posi
tion with the Martin Drug Co. Leo
had not been in good health for some
time and believed the change in alti
tude would be beneficial.
W. Y. Hunter and bride arrived in
Flagstaff from Tucson this week on
an overland vacation trip. Mr. Hunt
er has many old friends here to greet
and congratulate them on the recent
happy event in his life. They expect
to remain a couple of weeks visiting
the Grand Canyon and other places
of interest around here.
WHY NOT AT FLAGSTAFF?
A new box factory is in operation
at the McGaffey Lumber Mills, in the
Zuni Mountains south of Gallup. The
factory turns out baseball bats, candy
buckets, and all kinds of handles, in
addition to boxes. The Earth.
GEO. HERRINGTON, LIGHTER,
IS HOME AGAIN, LIGHTER
George T. Herrington of the Flag
staff Electric Light Co., and his
daughter, Miss Betty Herrington, re
turned Tuesday night from Phoenix,
where Mr. Herrington ha"d been un
dergoing treatment for a severe at
tack of gall stones, which for a time
seemed to demand an operation.
George escaped the operation, how
ever, and is about well again, except
that the long-continued pain has left
him a little weak, and some slimmer.
He welcomes himself back to Flag
staff, the welcome being reciprocated
heartily by everyone here. Says not
having been in bed a day before since
as long back as he can remember, his
recent experience was novel even if it
wasn t very pleasant.
FLAGSTAFF HIGH LOSES
FIRST FOOTBALL GAME
The first football game of the sea
son, Winslow playing Flagstaff on the
local field last Sntutday afternoon,
proved to be a smashing defeat for the
Emerson high team, which was out
classed both as to weight and exner
ience. But many good plays were
made by the Flagstaff team. Ed
Black made most of the tackles for
I'lagstaff. Victor McClure was very
conspicuous on the line, while Wil
liams at times did sensational worV
in the open field. Lester McClure in
kicking and signalling did exception
ally fine work for one who had no
previous experience.
Those playing on the local team
were F. Montoya, Victor McClure, Joe
Hinds, Howard Lockwood, Fred Nack
ard, Clyde Caffey, Ed Black, Melvin
McCormick. Clifford Williams. Earle
Thomas, Leslie McClure. Substitutes:
Uartlett, J. McClure, Paul La Rue,
Schwarz and Marine. H. W. Denman.
coach.
Those delicious Saratoga chips at
the Brooks store.
Saratoga chips fresh, cooked in the
best salad oil obtainable at Brook's
store, i tf
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.
Fred Hensing, superintendent of the
Oatman Amalgamated Gold Mining
company, and Ray Prochnow, spent
Tuesday in Winslow on business.
Fred Hart has sold his residence
property on West Birch to his broth
er, Will Hart, and has moved his fam
ily to Sedona on Oak Creek where he
will operate a ranch hereafter.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Myers, formerly
of the Salt River valley, now living
at Riordan, have gone into the dairy
business, and Mrs. Myers is deliver
ing milk to Flagstaff users with Ari
zona pep plus ambition brought with
her from Indiana.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Copeland of
Black Bill park were Flagstaff visi
tors a few days ago. Mrs. Copeland
wonders why Flagstaff people haven't
learned where Doney Park leaves off
and Black Bill begins. Most of the
country along the old Grand Canyon
road north of the junction with the
Winslow road is in Black Bill park.
"Nevvy" Smith, came in from Sun
rise trading post Wednesday, still
weighing two pounds less than a
horse. Says he's on his last case of
hootch, and has got to do something
about it. Among visitors he recently
entertained out there were General
Glenn, of the 81st division, formerly
with General Miles in plains duty;
Lynn Reynolds, director for the Fox
picture film people, and Mrs. Ray
nolds, who in professional life is Kath
erine O'Connor.
ON HONEYMOON
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Samsky left on
Thursday morning for their honey
moon trip to Albuquerque and El
Paso, putting it over on a number of
friends who had planned to give them
a chiravari on Thursday evening. Im
mediately after their wedding break
fast, they slipped out and took a taxi
to Turkey Tanks, where their car had
previously been taken by a friend, and
were soon on their way toward the
cast. They may be back in Flagstaff
in two weeks.
2400 HEAD OF FEEDERS NOW
IN THE SALT RIVER VALLEY
With two or more trainloads of
stock coming in this week, in addition
to the shipments of last week, some
2400 head of feeders will go on pas
ture in this district under the super
vision of John Andersen. The bulk
of the stock is from the Montezuma
Cattle Co. of Sonora, Mexico. Mr.
Andersen is using his own pasture in
addUion to other pasture he is buying
im . til An Ir 1a Taii,a
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IMPORTING DEMOCRATS
IN TOWN OF WILLIAMS
The county board of supervisors
held their regular monthly meeting
on .Monday, all three members. Chair
man Garing and W. H. Campbell of
Flagstaff and Billy Rittenhouse of
Williams, being present. Billy, dem
ocrat to the last gasp, is chuckling
over the recent arrival in Williams
of 92 democrats from Louisiana,
woodsmen brought in by the Saginaw
& Manistee Lumber Co., and the pros
pect that there will be a hundred more
brought in soon. He says that will
swing Williams around to the demo
cratic column. Maybe so, and maybe
again they'll shed their other dis
eases with their malaria up heie in
this real country.
BURGE RELATIVE CHARGED
WITH WITNESS BRIBING
D. O. Dunn, an uncle of Thomas W.
Burge, held in the county jail at
Prescott on a clirge of complicity
in the murder of Iver Enge last June,
was at rested today and thrown into a
cell on a charge of attempting to
bribe a witness who, it is expected,
will appear at Burge's trial with tes
timony damaging to the defendant.
William E. Acker, found cuiltv bv
a jury last Saturday on a charge of
murder in connection with the death
of Enge, was brought into court and,
after his attorneys' motion for a new
trial had been denied, was sentenced
Accoiding to the sheriff's deputies
w"ho arrested Dunn here this morn
ing, he had bought a ticket to Gallup,
N. M., for James Todd. The arrest,
it is claimed, was made just as Dunn
was handing the railroad ticket and
a sum in cash to Todd who, the au
thorities say, will testify that he sold
Burge the blackjack with which Enge
was beaten into unconsciousness last
June 11.
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Fresh Saratoga chips at the Brook
store.
With E. W. Fitzgerald wielding the
urusn, jacic Wilson is having his home
surprised with good-looking paint
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Watkins and
Carl J. Walters of Kingman spent
Tuesday and Wednesday here, the
gentlemen attending the meeting of
tne directors of the Arizona Central
bank.
C. W. Miller, president of the Mil
ler construction company, who is do
ing the concrete work for the double
tracking the Santa Fe is doing in the
Kingman section, spent Sunday here
with his "dad," Dr. E. S. Miller.
Mrs. Katherine Lelghton of Los An
geles, arrived the latter part of last
week from a visit at her old home in
Kansas and stopped off here for sev
eral days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. L.
W. Cress. Mrs. Cress is her sister-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Kolb of Grand
Canyon, with their daughter, motored
here the first of the week to ensconce
the young lady in comfortable win
ter quarters, as she is attending Nor
mal. Mr. and Mrs. Kolb may return
here soon and buy or build a home.
Bobby Rhinehart of the forest ser
vice office got back Tuesday from Je
mez Springs, N. D., where he had
been bathing out the misery for sev
eral weeks, with the banishment of
which accomplished he is happy to be
back under the shadow of the pines
and peaks.
Jesse Boyce, the geneial democrat
who lost his Betts on his corporation
commission candidacy at the primaries
was in Flagstaff Tuesday. Jesse says
this so peeved him that he will not be
a candidate for the place in Novem
ber, but is inclined to think ho will
move back to Coconino county instead.
A. T. Hogan of the Bon Ton Bak-
ery wishes to inform the public and
especially those who have been pat-
ronizing his products taken from the
j delivery wagon, thnt hereafter A. F.
t Myers will not handle the Bon Ton
pies, cake, buns, etc. Those wishing
to purchase the Bon Ton products can
do so from any of the groceries or
from the Bon Ton plant itself. Phone
orders will be delivered. Advertise
ment. Vest DeLaney and wife of Edina,
Mo., are visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Parsons of the J. C. Penney
store, this week. They will remain
here another week. Mr. DeLaney was
out on a hunt and succeeded in get
ting a bobcat. Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Dilworth of the Winslow Penney
store, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Parsons on Sunday.
COCONINO'S BULLION
DOLLAR INDUSTRY
In Coconino county the potato
crop is now spoken of as the "Million
Dollar Industry," Coconino county po
tatoes are now in demand for seed.
The acreage is expected to increase
until it brings the producers a million
or moie dollars annually. Flagstaff, a
live town, is the seat of government
of Coconino county. The Earth.
BOOTLEGGER SHARES
WEALTH WITH FLAGSTAFF
Estevan Puoyo, according to City
Marshal R. L. Neill, had discovered
a paved highway to wealth and was
speeding along it when he fliwered.
Neill arrested Pueyo with much stuff
that smellcd like Pueyo pronounces
his name and which calibred 98 kicks
to the gulletfull. There was a letter
in his pocket which Neill had inter
preted and which proved to be an or
der to someone in old Mexico for es
sence of whiskey, anise seed, and
other things to fit a recipe Pueyo had
in his pocket. The letter also said
that Pueyo was selling his whiskey
here for $7 a quart and had decided
that was a very good way to make
money. Police Magistrate S. B. Gilli
land fined him $200 and gave him 15
days in jail, with a longer term if he
didn't pay the fine, which he decided
it best to do.
VOTERS KILL ALL THE
AMENDMENTS PRESENTED
The vote on amendments at the
primary election September 12th rath
er demonstrated that the people at
large are afraid of any old amend
ment proposed. It is getting to be a
regular habit not to read up on pro
posed amendments, but just vote "No"
and let it go at that.
The vote of the state on the differ
ent amendments was as follows:
Bonded Indebtedness, No. 100
Yes, 12,033; No. 101, No, 24,422. Ma
jority No 12,389.
Direct Primary No. 102 Yes, 7,
774; No. 103 No, 26,302. Majority
No, 18,528.
Election Laws No. 104 -r- Yes, 7,
487; No. 105 No, 25,602. Majority
No. 18,115.
Four year term of office, county
officers. No. 106 Yes, 7,790; No.
107 No, 24,322. Majority No, 17,
526. Executive Dept No. 108 Yes, 6,
988; No. 109 No, 25,710. Majority
No, 18,722.
Legislative Offices, No. 110 Yes,
7 292; No. Ill No, 25,659. Majority
No. 18,367.
Official appointments, No. 112
Yes, 6,899; No. 112 No, 25,095. Ma
jority No, 18,196.
Farm Bureau, No. 114 Yes, 13,848;
No. 115 No, 20,559. Majority No.
6,711.
The farm bureau proposed amend
ment was supposed to be a popular
measure and was advocated by Hunt
and all sides, but the festive voter
pvHwtly wanted to clean the slate
and leave no vestige of any old prop
osition alive.
Look Around Your House
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and you'll find plenty of discard
ed wearing appareP that a good
cleaning will make look almost as
good as new. Our reasonable
prices will pay you to give us a
call.
CRESS BROTHERS
Flagstaff's Leading Tailors
FLAGSTAFF Phone 5
GLENN CANYON DAM SITE
FAVORED BY U. S. MEN
PASADENA An agreement that
diamond drill borings should be under
taken at once at Lee's Ferity, Ariz.,
to determine the depth of bedrock for
a flood-control dam of the Colorado
river was the principal result of the
trip recently made through Glen Can-
jon by a party of engineers and state
and government officials, E. U. Lv
Rue, head of the party, said on his
return to Pasadena.
Mr. La Rue would not talk further
about the results of the trip, but this
agreement is believed to mean that
Glen Canyon looms as a formidable
rival to Boulder Canyon.
The Glen Canyon party split at
Flagstaff, and Mr. La Rue led six of
them on a trip through Boulder Can
yon. These were Clarence C. Stetson,
who represented Secretary Hoover,
Charles P. Kahler, a Union Pacific
engineer of the land classification
board of the geologic.il survey, R. E.
Powell, state engineer of Utah and
LeYds It. Freeman of Pasadena.
Mr. La Rue, who heads the geolog
Special Sunday Chicken Dinner
Bring your family on Sunday and
enjoy our SPECIAL COURSE
Dinner, from 12 o'clock on : : : :
Prices Range From 75c to $1.00
The White House Cafe
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Pound
You can be sure of honest weight
in your meat purchases here,
where scales are tested regular
ly and weight amount is in view.
That's in line with our policy to
give a dollar's worth for a dollar,
whether it's service or quality in
meats.
J. H. CRAWFORD
Groceries - Meats - Vegetables - Fruit
Everything the Best
Opposite Arizona Central
WE DELIVER
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ical survey in this section, said he
would not have time to do more than
make a start on his report as he
leaves in a few days to lead an Ari
zona exploring party down the lower
reaches of the Colorado, examining
irrigation possibilities.
"We didn't have any actual hard
ships going down Boulder Canyon,"
said Mr. La Rue, "but some of the
party got sore hands from battling
a stiff wind in a rowboat."
The borings at Lees Ferry will de
termine the cost of the foundation of
the proposed dam. Mr. La Rue be
lieves the Glen Canyon dam cost will
be about a third of the Boulder Can
yon project and will be equally effica
cious in controlling the river. He
bases this on an estimate of 80 feet
as the depth to bedrock, as compared
with 147 feet at the Boulder Canyon
site.
The party made surveys of four
dam sites and took more than 1000
photographs on the Glen Canyon trip,
Mr. La Rue said.
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