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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1922.
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I INTERESTING BITS
A Direct' and Economical Medium for Buyer
and Seller. Use This Column It Pays.
house to rent. Phone 2GG-M. 11-17-tf ,
FOR SALE OR RENT MODERN
bungalow on Lcroux stieet. Inquire
of J. Herman Dry Goods Com
FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE,
modern, bath, earajre. See Buike
at Brooks store. 12-22-tf .
FOR RENT I HAVE SEVERAL
cood ranches for lent. There are
good buildings on these ranches
and you can move rif;ht in and get'uu'NU
vHfH fnr nnvt vpnr's nrnn TV 7T Ca&C.
Pulliam, real estate and insurance. I
C. B. Wilson building. 10-6-tf
FOR SALE PORTABLE
saw, 7 horse power, cheap. Also 1
team work mares and harness, 1
Bain wagon, 1- potato digger, 1 po
tato planter, 1 potato sorter, 1 disk
cultivator. All in good condition
and cheap. L. A. Cross, Flagstaff,
ALL KINDS OF PHONOGRAPHS
and sewing machines repaired. Sul
livan & Taylor Furniture Store.
SIX PER CENT .MONEY UNDER
Bankers' Rercrvo System G per cent
loans may be secured on city or
farm property, to buy, build, im
prove or pay indebtedness. Bank
ers Reserve Deposit Company, 1G1S
California, Street, .Denver, Colorado.,
FOR RENT THREE-ROOM FUR
nishpd housekeeping apartment,
with bath. GIG North Beaver St.
FOR SALE OR RENT HOUSE ON
.Beaver street. Inquire at the J.
Herman Dry Goods Co. 11-S-tf
Corner E'm and Beaver Sts.
4 ! l'
Corner Beaver and E'ras Sts.
Geo. Vernon Harris, Minister.
Sunday, Dec. 31, 1922.
Church school at 0:4o A. M.
Morning pravcr and sermon
11:00 A. M.
The Little Church With the
All Cordially Invited.
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Many expressed themselves freely
to say that services Sunday morning '
were by far the best that had ever
been held at Christmas. The secret '
is much prayer and preparation b
choir, pastor and congregation. It
was our earnest desire o make this
Christmas message something to
touch our hearts and be of a lasting I
nature. God answered prayer. The'
Christmas program in the evening!
was also of an outstanding nature, t
Many beautiful messages were given, j
One of tho finest events, inaugur
ated for tho first time, led by Mr.1
and Mrs. Bellwood, was the caroling1
of tho sick and shut-ir-,, after tho pro-'
gram Sunday evening. Every person
whose name was handed in was vis
ited. We are seeking to make tho rer-i
vice of next Sunday. miming even
moro powerful and rffe"t;v The
launching out into the New Year'
should invoke deep m careful!
thought. Let us ccmb'nc our of'orts
in prayer that God v '' rc'I to the
force and beauty of tho servicos by
His holy presence. ,
Wo arc very proud ''1 ' "ho'r and t
they deserve our he it. s'.nnort In i
every way. The Ladir ' ' .ill have.?
their last meeting o t'-rt vnr on
Thursday of this vveel Ti L g year
ly meuunK 01 uiu yu r m roon ue '
held. Tlie business o e . ear is opens at tho Lamsjn Business College,
drawing rapidly to ai -'' Any un-'23 West Washington Street, Phoenix,
paid pledges cither to 1 .0 Fsdcratcdj Arizona, Tuesday, January 2, 1923.
church or Mexican rr' ' 1 -''ou'd bo' During the year 1922 nearly three
paid immediately. Th i:utor is Hy-1 hundred students have ben enrolled,
'ing plans for quite a . c torded pro-1 But so great has been the demand for
gram for next vear aid with the office help that this school was able
hearty co-operat'Vi or be church, tho j to fill only about one-third of the po
work of the Ki ' - V G" I (in be sitions offered to its students. The
carried forwaid ! " " ie e'.'ctivc-j opening of the reine-i in Arizona and
ly in this commv ty. I the big wages paid will cauo a much
We would nr f ' presence larger demand for office help in 1923.
of every member, of t e hi' ch next Thore who bein to prepare them
Sunday. Let us prav and pi m for a selves now will be icady for the Lest
greater New 1 ear,
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BABY CHICKS HEAVY LAYING
strain: mature oaily. Guarantee
full count, safe
hours of L. A.
aruval within Y
320 S. Spiinc. Lo Angeles, Cal.
rOR SALE FINE YOUNG TUR
key. Mis. C. A. Greenlaw. Pbjno
123-R-4. . 12-8-tf
house, close to Normal school. In
quire Weathcrfoid Pool Hall. Phone
143. 11-2 t-tf
PAIR OF GLASSES IN
Case carries advcit'venicnt
of Dr. C. W. Stone, Phoenix. Own
ers may get same at Sun office.
FINE- C0SY WELL-FURNISHED
roon3 10 rent, rurnacc ncated.
Conveniently located, lieu' the court
house. 11 G E. Cherry. Phore 214-W
WE HAVE ON HAND THE FOL
lowing second hand cars for sa'e
cheap: two 1920 Dodge cars, 19'l
I'll 9 Chandler, two
Babbitt Gaiage. Itl-11-2
FOR RENT LARGE WEATHER
proof barn for .toia or stock pur
p i?e. Apply SJ3 So. Beaver St.
FOR RENT A furnished front room
in modern steam-heated home, clo ,e
to business district. Phono 1G9-J.
214 N. Agassiz. 11-17-tf
PRACTICAL- NURSE - DESIRES
case. Is equip ed to care foi pi
ticnts at hi me. Phone 29 .For call
at 705 Wot Aspen avenue. 12-S-tf
FOR KENT HOME SMALL
furnhhed house in very ('.esirabK
location. Comfor'uble home for
small fnmily. Inquire Johnston
Cleaning Service, 22 North San
800 VETS IN ARIZONA HOSPITALS
There are 800 veteians' bureau pa
tients in the gurer'inunt rehabilitrlion
hospitals in Arizona, according to a
report received by Neri Oshoin, "Jr.,
sta'o adjutant of the American Le
gion, from James F. Mulcaie, secre
tary of the rehabilitation committee
of tho 12th district.
Here's where we Heave a P.rlck at
the Cheap Guy who Is Ahvnjs Trying
to get Fiee Puffs In the Paper. We
like to he a Good Fellow and try to
Iioost Kverjbody In these Columns,
but the Cheap Guy Is Too Tight to
I0 Anj thing In Return and all the
Favorable Mention ho gets here will
lie Dm n Little.
HE IIDWIITER TE1
PEOPLE OF OUR TOWN
w " t'f"iM"!L''t",l''ripTit y VTV '
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By Charles Sugliroc
v wcricrn rrpjjwi urjon
DID YOU BUY YOUR SHARE?
According to data ifsucd by the
nos-toffice department, the sale of pos
ture stamps in the Unhcd States aver
ages $!! 02 for every mun, woman and
The avciaqe of all postal rev-
enves, wiucn includes all touices in
addition to postage, amounts to $1.41.
I'UUKKAL WARRANTS KEKDED
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'10 SEARCH HOMES FOR BOOZE ;nK head of the Fred Harvey sys-
tern, with headquarters in Kansas
Federal warrants must be secuiedCity, was at Grand Canyon the past
by federal officers who wish to con- week making arrangements; for a
duct a -eaich of private home3 for change in management of the El To
iquor, accouling to a ruling by Judge' var at that place. Mr. Bonodito, who
William II. Savtelle in the Unitde has been m.uiager, will go to the
State.-, district court recently. ISchnelley hotel at Pittsburg, Pennsyl-
.sti.te warrants, do not empower fed-jvania, and tl e El Tovar will be under
oral agents to make a search of pri- the management of Victor Petrosa,
vate residences and evidence collected who has been with the "Haivey people
in such seaiches can not be used to in diffeicnt capacities since he was '14
prosecute individuals in a fedeial years of age. The change viil take
court under tho ruling, which was place January 15.
miKle bv Judge Sawtel e in dismissing, WINSLOW ROi'ARY CLUB
fie charges alleging violations of the '10 ELECT OITICERS SOON
liquor laws en the grounds that the
evidence was secured in illegal raids. I The Wins'ow Rotary ch'b Ik Id a;
All searches of horr.cj by fuleral very enthusiastic and well atterried
agents mu"t be conduc ed according to luncheon at toe Harvey House Wed
fedcral statutes, which provide that nosday noon. Theie weie about ihir
thc ' siid agents must be aimed with ty prwent inc'nding the guests,
federal search warrants, the court! A communication fiom I. B. Koch,
held. I the distinct governor's representative,
The court also hold, in dismissing
one of tre ca..eSi that a ievt.P has the
same right to protection agiinst ille-
pal search of his home as the owner
FORM NEW GERMAN
CC.ftlCHT UNDllflAttOD bHOIKWCOD. N. V
Dr. Wllhelm Crno director of the
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Haiiibuir-Amern-itn Line who has ac- ent that the committee had exceeded.'or construction 01 a naii-iozcn con
(Lpted tho task of forming a new O.r- lts authority and that he was not ie-lcote bridge, sovtral of them of large
man mim's.tiv t., vonlm o hn Win , quiied to appear in icpjn.e to the. size.
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hach nnlecule of the gases of the
air in the house on a still day is trav-
c.i..K i.i- ui uu... .1 phi; uunw ami
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iurneu xrom its course u million
t.mes eve.y second by coil'sions with
omer noiecuiea in ir.e air. .
and all next week
Beef, Pork, Veal,
Mutton and Lamb,
' Pure Pork
Both Pound and Half-pound
C. W. SULLIVAN
Bon Ton Bleat Market
R. Avenue. Phone 290
THE COCONINO SUN
NEWS FROM HERE AND- THERE '
BANKER SMITH GUILTY
OF EMBEZZLING $0000
Alva E. Smith was found guilty of
embezzling $0000 from the lunds of
the Vallcv Lank of Parker by a jury
in the superior court of Yuma county.
NEW MANAGER AT EL TOVAR
I A. J. Eoniamin. who is .the manaz
informed the club that the survey had
been a proved and that upon applica
tion a chpitei would be issued
A conmh-sion -composed of R
Bazell, G. C. Hall and R. H. Gust
i nominating commiucc
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t pirert the names to be vot.d on
for oiL'cori, at the nest meeting.
ECHOES OF THE PAST
elt of Sept. 11, 188G.
Geronitno's band, number 33, con-
slstinir 01 20 buci.s. 13 otiaws i.nd two
Mioys, vvtre tiken fom Fort Bowie and
.sent to Fort Marion, Florida, on the
Sh itist. ..at.hu s broth-rand two
uucivs, mice scmrws aid a cnnu, 1 ioi:
I enth, leave if the p;rtv, but were
being punned :t la.t dates. The
n arm spnng na cmricanua Apacnts
to the rinber of 4'0 we.e takn un-
e.cr s.rong guaruirom ron Apaene on
U.mr vvt.v to Florida, making a grand
j total of 552 "b-id Indians" removed
to tne laid of flowers and trcpic?!
3 uit, wliete they can tepose neatn
Ca 'tain H. W. La ton's efforts in
ei railing Grroir'-no and his baiid aie
dcccrvei'ly mentioned, not only in
lAnfcona neuspareis, but by Pattern
and We-tern juurnals.
SCHEME TO DISCUEl'IT ATTY.
(JEN. DAUGHERTY FALLS FLAT,
P.eprcse-.tative Re'lcr, lepuWican,
Minne ota, failed rgain to appear be -
foie the house judiciary committee to river at Canon, ,here the fording us
give evidence vndei oath a to the in-jually is difficult,
fcnnation on which he. based his im- The main highway is being cxtetid
peaehiront charges against Attorney cl north fiom Prescott toward Ash
General Daughcity. foik, whe're theie will be a junction
Keller'; counsel". Jackson H. Rah-1 with the Old TVails tianscontinental
ton' annori.ced re had advised his cli-
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said that the
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l.pnn si.rnrA Uv thn Uv ,,r thn
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i,ra,sn nnl t.hr.t. in nf.lm.in.r ih m.
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peRrance of the Minnesota repiesenta-
tive the committoe had acted for the
houe. He added that the omi-rtt'ee
could now wnnrt Atr' Kollrr h-.,nV- tn
the house fur contempt.
THE REAL RULER OF ITALY
UHCIHWOOB A UK&MWOOS, N. V.
An excellent camera study just re- ,
ived in this country of Premier 1
Sounds Good but
''T'lll I ' ' "''
if e Guarantee M?:!,eLai
Dollar for dollar we give you
full value on every suit of clothes
you buy here, and we guarantee
fit or no sale. Let us show you
what we can give you at any
range of price.
ROUFE IS SELECTED
P rolv t rn Ti o-c nf tho Qlntn TiT o-7i ivn "
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tieraltment have been moved from the
Apache Trail to the new shortcut
dpng the Has. ayampa cany.n south
of Wickenburg, t where very heavy
wotk will be done forft about six
Allah. Seveial miles have been com-
pleted southward froinVickenburg
anl about !!50 men areT-niDloved in
pushing the guide Cjn-truction. The
j..b is c.t3cted to take t-bout fie
months. Coinnletion -vv ill save about
14 miies ana WTii eliminate a verv
rough, rocky section dttpuring from
the Castle Hot Springs road. The rew
line will be a section 01 the main
and i'iecoit, via vvickenuuie-
Consrress Junction for tho iri eater njrt
cf the distance, that far paralleling
the Santa Fe laihoad.
'11ns route was selected only after
,licen opposition from an eh meat that
piefencd the Black Canyon line,
through Humboldt, Mayer and Canon,
Friends of this latter route still are
active and it is proposed to piovide
j meant, for smoothing off the rougher
sections, Loth to attract tourist t.avel
'und to provide a road over which mo-
tor tiucks may haul ore to the Hu.m-
boldt smeltCi. Yavapai county :s as-
isisting and has ordcied construction
if a steel bridge acioss the Agua Fria
nignva. riovision has ueen made
LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF
LIQUOR; FOUR MEN UNDER
ARREST AT YUMA, ARIZ.
Four men, two automobiles and 200
gallons of linuor were broucht into
Yuma by Mike Casidy, United Slate,
prohibition director for Arizona. Cas
sidy and his deputies arrested the
four men at McBray's, a small station
in northern Yuma county. The liquor,
stored in five and ten gallon kegs,
was hidden in the automobiles.
The men, who gave their names as
(Jhailes Lumsfoul, G. K. Collins, Jas.
W. Bain anil C. J. Iiby, said they were
on their way to Phoenix from Neva
da, according to Cassidy.
The library will be open from 2:30
until 5 o'clock January 1. The rest
of the day is a holiday.
Do you know that it is the business
cf tho public library to lend books and
Here is something for Flagstaff
citizens to be pioud of. A certain
person who recently moved here from
the neighboring city of Pretcott, told
tho librarian that our libraiy is su
perior 'to the one in Prescott in many
wa s. Even if we don't have a library
Don't forget you may take maga
zines out of the libracy the same as
books, or one along with your book.
LUCINA DE VANEY,
Give The Sun vour Job Printing.
Lightning Delivery Co. j
ueorge uiack, Jr., Prop.
Transfer Baggage and Express,
Household Goods Packed,
Doesn't Mean Anything
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FAVOR TR0P.S ANO STOP'C
iitVUl UWfO Ali3IUU
, , , , , , I conference of his organization at New
j. hat abundant sunshine and absence Orleans.
of stormy weathci has done much to.
maintain range stock in a fair to good , Leatfon for the relief of &sMed
Arizona and Western New Mexico toftaflonal commander of the American
the weather buieau office in Phoenix, t -nn fircf ,v, -, i ;,
No .necipitacien has iailen during the p, S'so ganSn" Urn
week and winter ranges are . cnhrely mandcr 0ttd start the jtelr
free li-vin snow. Storms cai her in the Lo- j,,- .' ,u . ! ..--I.
month have improved ranges to someour of ins,)ection ,n the inWr of ,
extei-t ahd stocK water appears to be,the Legion. Texas, California, Oregon
adequate in mos t sections. The weath
sections. 1 ne vreatn -
er in the south eontm-ed mild and
. . . . ... .
the leporter at Douglas states that
the rang,; shows gicen in protec.cdi
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improving under the intlucnce of the
mild .day temperatures.
With maximum tempfiratuics aver
aging slightly above 72 degrees and
100 per cent of tho possible sunshine,
Jie past week in the southern val
leys was very favorable to all forns
of agricultural act.vity. While the
clear nights effected a rapid radiation
of the dav's lesulting in cool to ftvsty
morning tcinperatuies, li.tle damage
has lesulted. Picking of the teason's
Pima cotton crop is being rapidly com
pleted and stalk cutting is now well
Under way though as yet not general.
Hardly matured sufficiently before
caught by the freeze of November
4th and 5th, short staple bolls are not
opening as might le expected under
more normal conditions. Rather than
delay longer, growers are now pulling
these unopened bills which, when
specially ginned, produce marketable
lint. The cool nights and warm days
tre ideal for lettuce; the plants are
developing rapidly into sweet, firm
heads that aie hai vested as soon a
ready to supply an active market.
Garden truck in the Yuma section is
in very good shape generally; harvest
ing of peas js not heavy owing to
'ather slow filling pods.
Study of the disoares of alcoholir
beverages by Pasteur, the great
French bacteriologist, prepared the
way xor study of geim diseases 111
animals and man.
An invalid woman iceently went
from London to Paris by airplane
Because she was unable to stand the
hardships of train and boat travel.
The race to the crossing often is a
We ivish to extend
our sincere thanks for your patronage
the past year and ivish you a .
Happy and Prosperous
J. HERMAN DRY GOODS & CLOTHING CO.
V-'j. r fc ...... .... n.-s-?.v--af
"TRY SWITZER'S" !
IT a r d w a r e
Auto Top Trimming
W. H. bwitzer I'
17 N. San Francisco St.
I j WEARS WAR COAT
PUTAWAY IN '69
C. A .Warren, sole surviving mem
ber of the Giand Army of the Repub
lic post at Browndale, Minn., wore
the same coat that he wore at the Bat
tle of Gettysburg at a recent Amer
ican Legion banquet in Minneapolis.
The coat lay parked in tobacco leaves
in a trunk from 18G9 to 1907. The
buddies of '17-'18 gave the Civil War
veteran a rousing ovation at the din
ner. "The service men of the old country
will praise the American Legion and
bless your people, a people in the
midst of whom was signed a sacred
lesolution by which thoe who united
in brotherhood won in the war, have
f'rmiy resolved to win peace," Charles
Bertrand, president of the Interallied
Veterans' association, stated in a re
cent message to Alvin Owsley, nat
.anal commander of the American Le
gion. Mr. Bertrand, a member of the
Freneh Cham er of Deputies, recently
r eturne.l to France after att endi no-the
, nr,,i Wn-.r, ...m i, t.
UI1U II lhA.ilttl LUII Hill (IIT .111111111. Ill-
. . . . .. . ,
1 our aviators 111 two United States
I !iav" .alrP'an,es have leturned to San
K." , "5" f .,f-m.0rJ0
.""' iuuy fiiuua iiuiiii; Wiili:iL lliuy su
verused the 1923 national convention
of the American Legion, to Le held in
San Francisco, in all parts of the
In the course of their journey the
fcrs stopped at Washington to see
President Harding, who looked over
their itinerary, and quickly remarked:
"Why, you haven't got Marion, O., my
home town, on here."
"All right, we'll put it on," J. W.
Jackson, one of the aviators, said. So
they put Marion on the list and stop
ped there Armistice Day.
The two Wrigley factories in
Brooklyn and Chicago are turning out
an average of 43,000,000 sticks of gum
What built up this enormous busi
ness in a few years?
Admittedly, Wrigley had to have a'
gum that pleased the public taste.
But many other gum campaniee, with
a satisfactory product, remain small
because they haven't advertised on a
Philosopher Emerson was wrong.
You may make a better mouse trap,
but the world won't beat a path to
your door unless you get your mes
iage to the world by advertising.
Advertising is the lantern that finds
business in dark times.
Almdst every stenographer in Aus
tralia dies an American typewriter,
One black eye always attracts more
attention than two.
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