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.FRIDAY,, SEPTEMBER 2, 1921.
THE COCONINO SUN
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CCHOOL opens Tuesday, September 6th, and
we are prepared to take care of your wants
in School Supplies.
Ink, Pens, Practice Paper, Composition Books,
Erasers, Spelling Blanks, Pen Holders, Tab
lets, Pencils, Crayons, and many other necessi
ties for school work.
In order to do good work children should- be
properly dressed. We are prepared to give you
the very best' in Girl's School Dresses, Shoes,
Stockings, Hair Ribbons, Underwear, Hats,
Cloaks, Boy's Suits, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Sweat
ers' and all other items of school clothes.
Big Chief Pencil Tablet
Eagle Spelling Blanks
Movie Stars Pencil Tablet-
Kirkwood Ink Tablet
Eagle Composition Books
Sirus Ink Tablet
Cathedral Lawn Ink Tablet
Red Rubber Erasers
Blue Jay Wax Crayons
Dixon's Best Lead Pencils -
Cork Tip Pen Holder
Modern Paper Clips, box
Blue Jay Art Gum
Gold Medal School Crayons
Fountain Pen Ink, large size
Ink Stamp Pads
Typewriter Ribbons .
Payson's Indelible Ink
LePages White Paste, tube.
Sanford's Library Paste
Sanford's Liquid Paste
Paste, school-room size.
Paste, office size, quart.
Office Pins, flat head, box 15c
Dennison's Best Crepe Paper 25c
Memorandum Books 15c to 50c
Carter's Red Ink, pints 1.50
Sanford's Writing Fluid, quarts 1.75
Best make Pen Points, dozen 10c
Venus Drawing Pencils
.uversnarp rencus, ....
2 for 25c
.$1.00 to $5.00
.... Bargain Basement Specials ....
School Stockings, all sizes 19c
Children's Blue Stripe Coveralls 98c
Very Best Blue Calico 12 l-2c
School Pen Holders
Wide Hair Ribbon, yard
Boys School Suits $4.79
Boys Bib Overalls t. 98c
School Shoes .$2.39
Children's School Shoes $1.98
School Dress Gingham yard 12 l-2c
School Middy Blouses 98c
To do good work children must be equipped
with the best of materiaJ. The prices quoted
above are for first grade, standard brand school
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Babbitt Brothers Trading1 Co.
Additional local News
Bender's is a family restaurant
A. J. Fcustcrmaker came un from
Scdona yesterday with intent to stay
here a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Smith will move
in a few days to the Alex A. John
ston house, on North Agassiz street,
next to the home occupied by .Mr. and
State Examiner Hugh O. Morrison
and his assistant, R. W. Treat, who
had been here from Phoenix for a
couple of weeks going over the county
books, left Wednesday for Kingman.
Mrs. Schwab, widow of Martin P.
Schwab, and little daughter and Carl
Schwab, bi other of Martin Schwab,
who had been attending the murder
trial, left this week for their homo
at Payson, Utah.
Miss Irene Bart, county recorder,
Miss Jacncttc Garrett, assistant coun
ty recorder, and Mrs. Joe Frohmiller,
assistant county treasurer, will spend
tho week-end at Grand Canyon, guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Griffin.
Miss Louise Switzer, who had been
attonding the Y. W. C. A. summer
school at Asilomar, Calif., returned
home yesterday. She will have charge
of the Y. W. C. A. work at the 'Nor
mal school during the next school
J. Schmcdding, trader atKeama
Canyon, and J. W. Young, of the J.
Waller Thompson advertising agency,
Chicago, who has been Mr. Schmed
(ling's guest for .several days, were in
town the last of last week, Mr. Young
on his way to visit other northern Ari
zona wonder points.
Professor and Mrs. J. F. Walke-,
their daughters, the Misses Margaret
and Vieva Walker; Claude Van Pat
ten and Miss Ethel Compton motored
to Calofrnia this week, the ladies
meeting the men-folk, who had been
taking in Grand Canyon, at Williams.
They will spend the few weeks until
Normal school opens again at Mr.
Walker's brother's. Miss Compton's
brother also makes his home there.
REGISTRATION OF NURSES
The State registration of nurses is
progressing favorably. Graduate
nurses eligible for registration who
have not received application blanks
win please send names and addresses
to Secretary, State iBoard Nurse Ex
aminers, State House, Phoenix.
DAN W. CAMPBELL BUYS
THE HANCOCK LIVESTOCK
Dan W. Campbell, son of Hugh E.
Campbell, of flagstaff, has bought the
cattle and sheep interests of John L.
Hancock, of Willcox. Dannie will
have to spend a good deal of time in
Willcox. but intends to conduct the
business from Flagstaff as far as
fEXICAN BANDITS MURDER
POSTMASTER AT RUBY, ARIZ.
Seven armed bandits, believed to
have been Mexicans, shot and killed
rrank J. Pearson, postmaster at
Ruby, Ariz., thirty-five miles west of
Nogalcs and then looted the store,
which is conducted in connection
with the postoflke. Ruby is only three
miles north of the international
MAN VISITS FLAGSTAFF
Gaylord Jayncs. of the Tucson Cit
izen, wa3 in Flagstaff Wednesday in
terviewing the big lumber companies
and other big interests relative to the
coming big industrial edition which
The Citizen intends publishing short
ly. Mr. jaynes is a brother of the
late Allen B. Jaynes and an enthus
iastic booster for Arizona. The Cit
izen is covering the whole of Arizona
as well as Mexico in their annual in
dustrial edition and previous publica
tions have been of great value to the
southwest Mr. Jaynes left Wednes
day evening for the west
LO, THE POOR ASSESSOR!
When the secretary of state got rid
of the handling of automobile licenses,
the county assessors, who now have
charge of the work, got several crates
of lemons, aocording to County As
sessor Billy BceBon.
inking care of tmsvextra worfc will
require Mr. Bccson to keen an extra
man for at least two months the first
of each year, and involves, besides,
considerable outlay for record forms,
filing devices, and sv forth, for all of
which not a cent of allowance has
been made, all of the money being
farwarded to the secretary of state.
The county asssssors got another
consignment of lemons under the new
ruling that hereafter the county as
sessor has to make an exact and de
tailed cron report in addition to the
other work. It was expected that
this would be covered bji a tax allow
ance, but it has not, so will have to
be done, at least for a year, at the
expense of the county.
Before repealine: too many person
al rights and privileges, why not re
peal the Liberty Bell ?
OWN GUN FALLS; KILLS
SPECIAL S. F. OFFICER
Special Santa Fe Officer Patterson.
deputy sheriff at Ash Fork, who was
accidentally wounded Saturday night,
died in a hospital at Prescott Mon
day night. Patterson was taken to
Prescott early Sunday morning, suff
ering from a gunshot wound in the
lower abdomen. He was injured when
his revolver fell from the holster as
he was boarding a train and was dis
charged. He was 65 years old, mar
ried and leaves two young children.
Patterson was well known' all alone
the line and had held the position as
special officer for the Kanta re lor
Delicious home cooking at Bender's
Dr. M. O. Dumas and Ira Hart roll
ed in the first of the week from their
ranches, both on brief business visits.
Mrs. fllara Gray, who had been here
visiting her sister, Mrs. S. O. Thomp
son, left on Sunday for he- home in
First of the week visitors in Flag
staff: Ralph Rollins and F. S. Por
ter, Phoenix; Ben Koonce, Seligman;
Sam Mishkin and wife, Globe.
FOR SALE Cheap for cash, if
taken in next week one 7-passenger
Studebaker touririg car; first class
condition. One Vim truck, less than
year old. Phone 62-R-5. Mrs. H. C.
Mrs. Frank Leslie was one of the
few Flagstaff people who saw the
Hopi snake dance. She went up from
Holbrook with her brother, Sheriff
Newman, of Navajo county. They
also saw the butterfly dance.
Jay K. Wade, of Copper Hill, Gila
county, and Stella Hansen, of Assaria,
Kansas, were licensed this week to
wed by County Clerk Tom L. Rees, as
also were Edward Tieke, of Cincinnati,
and Eva Mitchell, of London, England.
Paul Keller and US' sister. Miss
Kathryn Keller, and Chester Black
Jr., arc just back from' camping, for
a weeie as uatcu-eeic, wnere they had
a fino time desnlte the freaucnt rains.
Mfsa Kathryn had kept dry all one
nigm. unaer a tree and had emerged
from her shelter congratulating her
self on the fact, when Chester stole
up and shook the tree. Result, a very
wet young lady.
RICHARD LAMSON IS
NEW YAVAPAI JUDGE
Yavapai county will have two divi
sions of the superior court. Governor
Campbell announced Monday the ap
pointment of Richard Lamson of Pres
cott to be judge of the second division.
Judge Lamson has been a practicing
attorney in Prescott for the last 20
years. He was formerly associated
with Judge J. J. Hawkins and also
wun usKoy Anderson. He has held
the office of city attorney of Prescott,
United States commissioner, and ref
eree in bankruptcy.
He has been prominent in litigation
in that county and those who know
him approve his selection by the gov
ernor. Judge Lamson is an eastern
university and fraternity man.
Lightning Delivery Co
George Black Jr., Prop.
Transfer, Baggage and Express.
HrasehoM Geo Packed, Stored
Office Phone, 165
J G. N. BATY
j Pioneer Painting
I Flagstaff, Arizona.
j Have mad my living painting
I for practically the same people
ifor more than a quarter of a
century this should be a
guarantee of good, honest work.
Second Door South of Citizens
Bank, 13 Leroux Street
Back to the normal prices.
Men's Half Soles, Sewed on, $1.
Rubber Heels, 50c
SUPREME JUDGE BAKER
DIES IN LOS ANGELES
Judge Albert C. Baker, justice of
tho Arizona supreme court, died Wed
nesday morning in Los Angeles, ac
cording to word received here.
Judge Baker.appeared to be resting
easily and doctors expressed some,
hope that he would recover, but be
fore night it was evident that he coutt
not live. All the members of the fam
ily were present at his bedside whom
he passed away. He had been ill b
a short time.
Born February 15. 1845. in GirardL
Alabama, Judge Baker was educated,
in the private schools of the south:
and supplemented his literary trail
ing by preparation for the bar, being;
admitted to practice at Tuskegee,
Ala., in 1868. Later he opened am
office at Crawford, in the same state
where he practiced law for three.
years, going then to San Diego. Re
maining in that city until 1876, he
spent a year in Los Angeles, after
which he lived in San Francisco for
ARIZONA SHOOTER WINS
AMERICAN SHOOT HONORS
Chicago, 111. Nick Arie of Kin- '.
man,Ariz., annexed more trap shoot
ing laurels when he won trie Ameri f
can amateur 18-yard championship sit ,
single targets, at the Southshore
Country club, breaking 198 out of 20T
targets. Arie has, garnered the Axq
erican honors' of tournament. Yes
terday, he won. the American amateur
title. Fred Tomlin, Glasboro, N. JV
won American professional champlo.
ship in a shoot off after he had tied
with Fred Gilbert by breaking 199
out of 200-targeta. .
ED WHIPPLE, Director
116 E. Aspen Avesae.
Ranch or City Proper
ty; Fire, Automobile,
Sick, Accident and Life
W. B. RAUDEBAUGH
Railroad Avenue, next to the
P. M. FALDER
First Class Service
We have listed with us for a
short time, one of the best estates
in Flagstaff. This property con
sists of business and residence
property, and is priced very low.
The terms arc most reasonable,
and those seeking a real investment
should get in touch with us at once
by phone or wire. '
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Big reductions on all my Silk Hats.
These are splendid bargains and af
ford a fine opportunity to save money
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The Power Hat Shop
Mrs. W. H. Poiver, Prop.
113 E. Aspen Avenue
Flagstaff, Arizona x