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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1922.'
THE" COCONINO SUN
COCONINO CONVICT HAD
BRIEF FREEDOM FROM PEN
One of the convicts recently sent
to the state penitentiary from this
county had a slight taste of freedom
last week when he and two others es
caped. They were caught a day or
il two later between Gilbert and Mesa
fh on their way to Phoenix.
J. lie uirvu were uutjv Ajauguuu, uuus
Joyce Shipley; Morris Nichols of Co
chise county and Wallace Kesselring
Langdon came to Flagstaff in Au
gust of last year, after being releas
ed from the penitentiary where be
had sensed a term for a burglary com
mitted in Cochise county. Last Octo
ber Langdon and John Ford stole a
Ford car from one of the Normal stu
dents. Undersheriff S. 0. Thompson
., and Deputy Garrett caught them at
Winslow and Judge Jones gave Lang
don two to four years and the other
man one to three years.
The three men escaped from the
prison lavatory at the home of Su
perintendent Rynning, where they
asked permission to go after playing
at a reception given at the superin
FARM AND STOCK MEN
ENDORSE HIGHER TARIFF
A group of 25 farm and live stock
organizations of the nation have filed
a statement with Senator Gooding ap1
proving of the McCumber-Fordney
tariff In the following language:
"We endorse the McCumber-Fordney
bill as it more nearly gives the
farmers of the nation a square deal
than any tariff legislation enacted
during the present generation. It is
the first tariff measure ever written
based upon the principle that the
farmer is entitled to the same treat
ment in tariff legislation as is the
Among the organizations signing
this are the National Grange, Nation
al Dairy Union, National Wool Grow
ers' association, National Swine Grow
ers' association, American Association
of Creamery Butter Manufacturers,
American National Livestock associa
tion, Dairymen's League, and a num
ber of state associations representing
the dairy, livestock and other agri
96,900 ACRES OF LAND
OPENED TO ENTRY OCT. 7
Approximately 96,900 acres of sur
veyed lands in the south end of Mo
have and north end of Yuma counties
and located in Townships 10 and 11
North, Range 1 W., Townships 10 and
11 North, Range 12 W.; Townships
10 and 11 North, Range 13 W.; and
Township 10 North, Range 14 West,
Gila and Salt River Meridian, have
been restored to entry and approxi
mately 22,000 acres of unsurveyed
lands, located in Township 12 North,
Ranges 12 and 13 West, and in Town
ship 10 North, Range 14 West, Gila
and Salt River Meridian, same local
ity, have been lestored to settlement
only. Entry can only be made for the
surveyed lands which will be subject
to homestead and desert lands appli
cations from October 7 to 26, 1922,
4:00 o'clock p. m. by the ex-service
men of the World War who have been
honorably discharged or separated
from the service or placed in the army
or navy reserve. All applications will
be treated as though filed at the same
time and conflicting applications will
be disposed of by drawing.
Any applications filed by such ex
service men for lands remaining on
And after October 27, 1922 to and in
cluding February 15, 1923, will be im
mediately allowed. For a period of
21 days, from January 26, to Febru
ary 15, 1923, 4:00 p. m., remaining
unentered land will be subject to
homestead applications only by the
public in general which application
will be treated as though filed at the
same time and disposed of as above.
Any of the surveyed lands remaining
unentered on and after February 16,
1923, will be subject to entry by the
general public in general under any
applicable land law.
Lands must be personally inspected
before amplications are filed. Appli
cations must be sworn to before eith--
ed a U. S. Commissioner, clerk of
court or judge located nearest or
nost accessible to the lands in Mo
have or Yuma counties, or before the
register or receiver of the U. S. Land
Office, Phoenix, Ariz.
The exact description of the lands
and other information may be obtain
ed by inquiry in person or by letter
to the local land office.
JOHN R. TOWLES, Register.
SCOTT WHITE, Receiver.
: COURT NEWS
Jose Daniel Sisneros wants to be
divorced from Ecarnacion S. Sisneros.
F. M. Gold is his attorney.
Mercer Hemperley has at last,
through a third party, put up the $10
filing fee in his damage suit against
Sheriff Billy Campbell and the lat
ter's bondsmen, the U. S. Fidelity &
Guaranty Co., "has been filed. Hem
perley, because the sheriff on August
2, 1921, put him in jail in connection
with a liquor charge, where he re
mained under lock and key three
hours, wants 25,000 as compensation
for suffering in "mind, body and los
of business," also that defendants pay
Barnett, Edward, Jack, William,
Philip and Robert Rosenburg (that is
all there are of them) partners in Ro
senburg & Co., have brought suit on
promissory note against E. T. Mc
Gonigle and Lloyd B. Christy. George
H. Crosby, plaintiff's attorney.
"Fliwcr dem dice, niggah."
"Whatcha all mean, flivver dem
"Ah means, shake, rattle and roll,
boy, shake, rattle and roll!"
We have some interest
ing prices on
TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS
There's a strong inr
crease in wholesale
prices due, and it will
v pay you to buy now
instead of waiting a
month or two;
Besides, cold iveather's like
ly to come 'most any:
Hardware Department Phone 90.
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371 DEPARTMENT STORES
Fresh New Stocks
Nearly ever; da; la toe week brings us new allotments of splo and span merchandise" frcffibtif
baying department in New York City. In it comes and out it goes. Consequently, it never remains'
in our store long enough to get old. This is one reason why buying from a J. 0. Penney Oo. store is Always
a great satisfaction.
Boys' Nobby Overcoats
Sizes 4 to 12 Years
Made like dad's overcoat for
style and service 1 The workman
ship is the kind that insures the
wear-resistance that pleases dad's
Sizes 4 to 8 Years
Overcoating casslmeres In heather
mixtures and solid colors, also Wiln
chlllns and cheviots In the loading
Sizes 9 to 12 Years
Cheviots of popular plain colors and
overcoating casslmerps, In heather
mixtures and solid colors.
as Illustrated broad collar that can
be buttoned up around the neck,
three button, double breasted, belt all
around, two slash and two patch
pockets with flaps. Splendid values at
$4.98 to $14.90
m Men's Mackinaws
Nobby Styles Temptingly Priced
These warm, serviceable coats
are worn by multitudes of men
during the crisp Winter weather.
They fully meet the demand of
the man who wants a warm,
comfortable light weight coat that
will leave him.unemcumbered and
at a moderate cost.
$6.90 1 $11.90
Made of heavy all-wool macki
naw cloth in both plain and at
tractive plaid patterns, double
breasted styles, shawl collar, belt
in back, fish basket pockets. A.
well made, serviceable coat.
Blankets! Buy Now!
Savings Are Remarkable
Coal and fuel wood may not be plentiful this Winter,
but good .warm, cozy, comfort-giving Blankets may be
had in plentiful styles, sizes and grades. A recent large
special purchase for our hundreds of stores has produced
these remarkable values just at the time when they are
Nashua Wool Nap
Gray, White and Tan
Size 04x70 $2.98
Size 00x80 3.49
Size 72x80 3.98
Plain and Plaid
Size 00x80 $3.49
Size 00x80 3.98
Size 72x8(f $6.90
In the wanted weight
and sizes. Gray, white
$1.39, $1.98, $2.49, $2.98
' The Two-ln-One Fancy Plaids and Solid Colon
Size 00x84 $3.98 Size 72x84 $4.98
Bed Comforts Attractive Assortments
These are well-filled Comforts in wide selection of colors ant!
handsome designs. Some are sllkollne covered and the better
grades; In rich assortment of colors.
$2.69, $2.98, $3.98, $4.98, $5.90
Esmond Crib Blankets for Children
Dainty warm Blankets with strong line nap, all made
oyer-size and In a wide selection of handsome bird
and animal designs. Colors arc baby pink and blue.
The usual 1. O. Penney Co. superiorvalue at, each,
Long Service Work Shoes
For Men Who Know Value
Service is the predominating feature of all J. C. Penney
Co. Work Shoes. Our large quantity buying for 312
stores makes it possible for us to under-buy and under
sell and to dictate the construction of our shoes. Men
who know real value in work shoes know they can get
real satisfaction for less money here.
Men's unlined Work Shr.es,
chocolate retan whole quarter
Blucher, guset tip, half-
double sole, nailed CJO QQ
Army last ...
Men's Outing Shoes, choco
late elk Bike bal. gusset, half
double solt, chrome outsole
Men's unlined Work Shoes,
chocolate retan whole quarter
Blucher, gusset, soft tip, welt
soles, Munson (PO QQ
Men's Lined Wood Shoes,
chocolate elk Army Blucher,
gusset, soft tip, welt soles,
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last . JV.i70
THE LARGEST CHAIN DEPARTMENT
STORE ORGANIZATION IN THE WORLD:
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Under and. by virtme of a special
execution issued out of and under the
seal of the Superior Court of the
State of Arizona, in and for the Coun
ty of Coconino, upon a judgment ren
dered in said Court on the 30th day
of September, A. D. 1922, in an act
ion wherein Babbitt Brothers Trad
ing Company, a corporation, is plain
tiff, and George Connolly and Harri
son Conrard are defendants, in favor
of said plaintiff and against said de
fendant George Connolly, for the sum
of $1,273.61, together with interest
thereon at the rate of ten rer cent per
nnnum from the 31st day of Decem
ber, 1919, until paid, said interest
amounting at the date of said judg
ment to the sum of $383.02, and the
sum of $165.60, as attorney's fees, and
$18.60, costs, together with interest
upon said items of attorney's fees and
costs at the rate of six per cent per
annum from the date of said judgment
until paid, together with foreclosure
of said plaintiff's mortgage Hen
against the said defendants upon the
real property hereafter described,
which special execution was diiected
and delivered to me as Sheriff in and
for said County of Coconino, I have
levied upon all the right, title and in
terest of the said defendants, and
each of them, in and to the following
described real property, being situate
in the County of Coconino, State of
Being that certain Homestead entry
No. 024970 for H. E. S. 373 (H. E.
024970) described by metes and
bounds as follows:
Tract A Beginning at Corner No.
1, identical with the corners to Sec
tions 28, 29, 32 and 33, Township 22
North, Range 8 East, G. & S. R. B. &
M., in Coconino County, Arizona;
thence North 1 degree 03 West, 10.21
chains to Corner No. 2; thence North
89 deg. 31' E., 10.16 chains to Comer
No. 3; thence North 0 deg. 47 ' West
20.36 chains to Corner 'No. 4; thence
North 89 deg. 47' East 20.54 chains to
Corner No. 5; thence North 0 degrees
15' West 10.12 chains to Corner No. 6;
thence .North 89 deg. 53' E. 7.56 chains
to corner No. 7; thence South 19 de
grees 59' West 18.10 chains to Corner
No. 8; thence South 33 deg. 42' West,
28.44 chains to Corner No. 9; thence
South 33 deg. 42' West, 19.75 chains
to Corner No. 10; thence North 0 deg.
43' East, 5.96 chains to Corner No.
11; thence South 89 deg. 13' West
5.05 chains to Corner No. 12; thenco
North 0 deg. 42' East 10.34 chains to
Corner No. 1, the place of beginning,
(containing 78.43 acres;) Tract B -Beginning
at Comer No. 13, from
whence Comer No. 10 of Tract A, al
ready described, bears North 0 deg.
43' E. 0.83 chains; thence North 33
deg. 42' East, 20.76 chains to Corner
No. 14; thence North 33 deg. 42' E.
28.18 chains to Norner No. 15; thence
North 19 deg. 59' East, 18.32 chains
to Corner No. 16; thence North 89
deg. 53' E. 2.30 chains to Comer No.
17; thence South 0 deg. 05' West,
15.13 chains to Comer No. IS; thence
South 89 deg. 43' West, G.13 chains to
Comer No. 19; thence South 0 deg.
04' E. 5.05 chains to Corner No. 20;
thence South 89 deg. 41' W. 5.11
chains to Comer No. 21; thence South
0 deg. 16' E. 9.41 chains to Corner
No. 22; thence South 36 deg. 52' W.
13.66 chains to Comer No. 23; thence
South 36 deg. 52' W. 26.01 chains to
Comer No. 24; thence South 89 deg.
06' W. 1.72 chains to Comer No. 25;
thence South 0 deg. 16' E. 10.08
chains to Comer No. 13, the place of
beginning, (containing 29.25 acres;)
Tract C Beginning at Comer No. 26
from whence Comer 24 of Tract B,
already described, bears South S9 de
grees 06' W., 0.58 chains; thence
North 36 deg. 52' E., 26.01 chains to
Comer No. 27; thence North 36 deg.
62' E. 12.71 chains to Comer No. 28;
thence South O deg. 16' E. 10.08
chains to Comer No.-29; thence South
1 deg. 01' W. 10.31 chains to Comer
No. 30; thence South 89 deg. 13 W.
5.05 chains to Comer No. 31; thence
South 0 deg. 47' W. 5.14 chains to
Comer No. 32; thence South 89 deg.
09' W. 10.10 chains to Comer No. 33;
thence South 0 deg. 45' W. 5.15 chains
to Comer No. 34; thence S. 89 deg.
06' W. 7.80 chains to Comer No. 26,
the place of beginning, containing
24.99 acres; the entire acreage of this
claim being 132.67 acres, situated in
Sections 28 and 33, surveyed Town
ship 22 North, Range 8" East, G. &
S. II. B. & M. Coconino National For
est, Arizona; & also Southeast SE
V SEtf, EM SW SE4 SE Sec.
29, Tp. 22 N. R. 8 E.
Notice is hereby given that I, the
undersigned, as Sheriff aforesaid, will
fell the above described real property
to"the highest bidder, for cash, at pub
lic auction, at the front door of the
Court House, in the Town of Flag
staff, in the County of Coconino, and
State of Arizona, on the 2Slh day of
October, 1922, at 2 o'clock V. M. of
that day to satisfy said execution,
together with interest, attorney's fees
and costs thereon.
Dated this 4th day of October, 1922.
WM. A. CAMPBELL,
Sheriff of Coconino County, Arizona.
By R. H. MARINE,
J th & i