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THE COCONINO SUN
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1921
A $3 .oo Razor Outfit
Everready $3.00 outfit, comprising Safe- , I
tV IXiXLVL iXllU O UiaUCB) 111 C1U1C1 IVULy UJ.
polished steel, plush-lined case, for $1.00.
Vic Safety Razor, with 7 Vic "Master"
blades, in case. Regular $3.00 value, $1.00.
The Vic "Master" blades also fit Enders,
Everready, Gem, Star, King, U. S., Stoll,
Clark and other safety razors. "
Everything else for shaving Soaps, Talc
Brushes, Mirrors, Mugs, Lotions.
BREEN-LEWIS DRUG CO.
PHONE NO. 58
Union Taxi Company, phone 75.
C. B. Wilson visited Holbrook the
first of the week.
Al Sanford and Charlie Sanford are
home from Scligman for Thanksgiv
A. G. Gilliland, son of magistrate
S. B. Gilliland, spent Wednesday here.
He came to close his purchase of re-
linquishment to the Rozen homestead
i near Winona. He used to be with the
Santa Fe railroad, is station agent
at Luning, Nev., and will move here
with his family in the spring.
Orange Crush in sterilized bottles.
Take Tanlac and eat three square
meals a day .Breen-Lewis Drug Co.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Campbell are
leaving this week for Phoenix to re
main for the winter.
Young lady, pretty, talented, is de
sirous of receiving suggestions rela
tive to proposed change of name. The
Sun will act as go-between for Cupid
in this special case.
Ed Whipple returned this week from
an extended trip in Kansas, Missouri,
Iowa, and other central states, where
he went in the interests of the Oat
man Amalgamated gold mining company.
A Paramount Picture
A Bright, Clean Comedy-Drama
MUTT AND JEFF CARTOON
16c, 25c, 35c
A Thrilling Western Drama
Allene Ray and Harry
Mat 3 p. m. 10c, 20c
Night: 15c, 25c, 35c
, KIMDALL '
The Ultra Smart Picture of the
Besides a clever, absorbing plot,
this master production presents an
array of native scenery, setting,
gowns, and lavish interiors that
breathe the bewitching aroma of
"THE FALL GUY" '
A funny film of life as it might
be. A fantasy of cowboys who
saddle automobiles and bad men
who get wild on ice cream cones.
This is the first Semon comedy we
have been able to get for over two
months and can't get another for
a long time, so dpn,t miss''?he Fall
Guy." . Said to be his best.
Mat 3 &. en "n0c,5c, 85c
Night: Lower Floor Reserved,
rSTRAIGHTFROM PARIS" 50c; Balcony 35c; Children 25c
T. A. RIORDAN, President. M. J. RIORDAN, Secretary. 1
I. B. KOCH, Vlee-Pre., Manager. H
AND TIMBER COMPANY
. (Established, 1881)
Manufacturers of -
NATIVE PWE LUMBER, PROPS, STULI5,
Piling, Ties, Lagging, Boxes,
Lath, Shingles, Sash -and
FLAGSTAFF ' -'1 - - ' - ' ARIZONA
Union Taxi' Company, phone 75.
Jess Howard, of Oak f!rwV drnw
up Sunday, returning Monday.
AH our bottles thoroughly steril
izedSkylight City Bottling Works.
Latest methods of facial, hair and
scalp treatment French Beauty Par
lors, Babbitt building.
Jim Lane dropped in from Cliffs
yesterday morning to see what
Thanksgivink looks like in the city.
Bessie Benson, student at Emerson
school, while playing in the school
yard, fell and broke her right forearm.
Judge J. E. Jones and Will Marlar
returned Tuesday morning from Phoe
nix, where both had been for several
days on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Beck were in from
their Spring Valley ranch this week.
Mr. Beck, formerly a printer, believes
he would like to get back to the cases.
Don't blme anybody but yourself if
your nights aro made miserable by in
digestion. You failed to take Tanlac.
Breen-Lewis Drug Co. Advertise
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Finlev were in
town Wednesday buying cranberries
to go with the rest of the things they
had for dinner out at the ranch yes
terday. George T. Hcrrington and Sam Mer-
ritt returned the first of the week
from a visit to Kingman and the San
Joaquin valley of California, making
the trip via auto.
If wo cannot make your sewing ma
chine work as well as a new one it
will not cost you one penny. Let's
talk it over. Griffith at New York
Store. Phone 106.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. V. Smith an
nounce the birth of a very lovable lit
tie daughter, who has been named
Elizabeth. Mr. Smith is with the com
pany drilling at Meteor mountain.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Pollock will
leave this week in their car for Cali
fornia, to spend the cold weather in
their winter home, though Mr. Pollock
expects to bo back here a great deal
of the time.
Paul Keller returned the other day
from Grand Canyon, where he had
been helping Walter Stevenson build
an addition to the KOlb studio. Faul
was taken sick out there and came
home to recuperate.
Art Kellenbach, Dean Eldredge and
Frank Sufea have solved the proBlem
of how best to get ducks at Rogers
lake. They do their hunting in a gal
vanized steel beat Art built and which
they carry around with them in their
Dr. C. W. Scott, attending to Elden
mountain forest ranger duties during
daylight and practicing as a veterin
ary at night, was in town for a few
hours this week. The doctor was a
state veterinarian in Montana for
Miss Molly Flynn, formerly Miss
Molly O'Farrell, who was recently
graduated as nurse from an Albu
querque hospital, is now on the nur
sing staff at Mercy hospital, as is al
so Miss Hazel Conner, a graduate
nurse from St. Louis.
Tom Rickel returned this week from
Los Angeles, where he visited h!s
daughter, Mrs. Ginsburg, and Mike
himself, and also called on Mr. and
Mrs. E. M. Brown. He says Mike's
health isn't so good out there and he
wants him to move back here with his
wife and little son; and Mike is al
W. E. Brosa has leased his Doney
Park farm and left with Mrs. 'Brosa
for Orland, Calif., where they lived
before they came iere. Mrs. Brosa's
health has been bad since she had the
flu, and they are making the change
in the hope that it will prove bene
ficial to her. Thp lessee of the ranch
is Mr. Williams, a brother-in-law of
Bob Carroll, who has been living with
the latter in Doney Parte. Mr. Brosa
expects to buy a small farm in Cali
fornia. Governor Campbell's mailing list is
quite up-to-date. He appointed h. C.
Riley and Lee Carron as respective
representatives of this county and .Na
vajo county at the southwest con
ference at Riverside. Mr. Riley
hasn't lived here for some time, and
Mr. Carron movpd hero from Hol
brook a year or more ago. This nul
lifies two of the dozen or so appoint
.ments th,e governor made from the
counties other than Maricopa, the lat
ter county getting 70 delegates.
Farmers' Day, Flagstaff) Novem
Top-o-Peak brand soda wate r in
sterilized bottles. Advertisement
C. M. Archer, local manager for
the Standard Oil company, spent the
last of last week in Phoenix.
George C. Becker visited the coast
a few days ago on hardware business,
re'turning the first of the week.
Miss Reba Switzer, teacher of man
ual training at the Osborn school,
Phoenix, came home for the Thanks
giving holiday and will return Sun
Little Barbara Becker, aged seven,
went to Phoenix all by herself the
other day to visit her grandma. She
said she guessed she didn't need any
escort to show her how to ride the
The demand for Tanlac has broken
all world's records. Over twenty mil
lion bottles have' been sold since it
was placed on the market six years
ago. Breen-Lewis Drug Co. Adver
tisement. James Loy, a prominent attorney
of Prescott and one of the first white
residents of Northern Arizona, and
one-time county attorney of this
county, was in Flagstaff this week on
E. P. Carden, a young man who has
lived here for several weeks, was ar
rested the other day by city marshal
R. L. Neill, charged with bootlegging,
and magistrate S. B. Gilliland fined
him $100, which he paid.
The new Aspen avenue bridge
across the River de Flag is about
done. It is of concrete and steel,
the full width of the street, with a
footway on either side It is in fact
the only up-to-date bridge we have in
C. B. Gaddis bought from Jack Robin
son the old "Dad" Powers forty west
of the A. L. & T. mill. There is where
the well is located in which Schwab's
body was found. The deal was made
through Alf Dickinson & Son real es
Bert Haskett left the first of the
week for the southern part of the
state. Mrs. Haskett went to Califor
nia for a visit and in about three
weeks will join Mr. Haskett in Phoe
nix. They will spend the winter down
where it is warmer.
Dr. A. J. Mackcy got home the
first of tho week from Phoenix, Tuc
son and Nogales. He went down to
Phoenix last week for a dentists con
vention, then got caught in the spokes
of the rotary wheel and carried to
Nogales and Tucson.
George Mathison, of Colorado, ar
rived hero Friday, remaining until the
middle of this week visiting bis sis
ter, Mrs. George Myers, and husband.
He left for home 'Wednesday, Mrs.
Myers going back with him for a
visit at her old home.
Frank Harrison was appointed
city attorney by the city council at
their meeting this week, to succeed
judge F. W. Perkins, who resigned
after he becamo assistant attorney
general of the state. If there are
any new ordinances you want drafted,
Mr. and Mrs. Dillman moved in last
week from their mountain ranch and
are settled in their winter home on
Sitgreaves street. Mr. Dillman, who
is 73 years old and does the work of
two or three younger men, walked
in from the ranch Friday night. It
is 16 miles.
Where the 200-mile long reservoir
will be formed northeast of Lee's Fer
ry by the building of the big South
ern California Edison company dam,
only 350 acres of tillable land will be
flooded. There fs no other place in tho
world where such a reservoir could bo
built with as little loss of tillable
Besilio Segura, a young man who
has been working at the A. L. & T.
mill, caught a ride on a freight Satur
day night on his way to the depot,
where he intended to take a train to
Prescott, for a visit, and then return
to old Mexico. In some way he slip
ped and one of his feet was cut off.
Ho is at Milton hospital.
Friends here learn that Joe P. Wil
son, cashier of the Arizona Central
bank, who with Mrs. Wilson is now
visiting in Upland, Calif., consulted
Dr. Morton in Los Angeles and was
assured that all he needs now is a
rest and that there will bo no fur
ther complications! resulting from the
accidental shotgun wound he received
a few weeks ago.
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Healthy Hair ---
I "How to Get and Keep It"
Shampooing, Manicure, Facial
Massage, Violet Ray Treatments,
Hair Singeing, Marcelwaving, Etc.
'French Beauty Parlor ,
Graduate of the Frank Parker Trichiological
Institute, New York
Telephone 194 Babbitt Building
Farmers' Day. Flagstaff. Novem
Union Taxi Company, phone 75.
Harlow Yaeger is home from his
Canyon Diablo ranch for Thanksgiv
ing and a week or so with his family
H. J. McClung, the new president
of the Arizona Central bank, arrived
Tuesday morning from Phoenix to as
sume his duties.
Dr. R. 0. Raymond and Robert R.
Pollock both have handsome new
Packard light six limousines and seem
to find them very congenial.
H. F. Wamer of Phoenix and E. H.
Clarv rif Ijna Antrplps. hnth connected
urit-li tVio TTnfon Oil fin., vcprn Vipre on
Tuesday in conference with B. A.
Cameron, local manager for the com
Cullud gemman driving auto 'for
another fellow from California to back
east, stopped in Williams and sold the
car to Charlie Button. They caught
the darkey in Tennessee. He had
spent the money and Charlie has lost
I Shorthand Students Wanted
I , Classes 5 evenings
from 7 to 9. Either
I beginners or ad
I vanced students
firs, flu?!) Veafherford
phone or see Mrs.
. Lemon Crush in sterilized bottles.
City council this week authorized
the purchase of 600 feet of additional
fire hose. h
Mrs. E. S. Carlos came in the first
of the week from her ranch east of
here to visit her daughters, Mrs. Sam
Campbell and Mrs. Matt Ellis.
GIRLS, be Ready
for the Big Annual
B. P. O. E. Ball next
Friday, December 2
The delicate fabrics
and expensive materi
als are best handled
by our Dry Cleaning
See me before you
Buy, Burn or Die.
Invest in Flagstaff Real Estate, or a
lot in the Country Club subdivision.
Six times the size of a city lot, for
No taxes or interest Graded streets
and city water. Good terms.
W. B. RAUDEBAUGH
Real Estate and Insurance
Phones: Res. 96; OMca IK.
Safe and Clean
Your home needs an Ideal-Arcola hot-'
water heating plant.
Every room in the house warmed from
Looks good, saves fuel, reduces fire risk.
You don't need a basement.
Let us,f urnish estimates. We can install
i WILSON & COFFIN
"The Men Who Plumb Flagstaff"
112 E. Aspen. Phone 108.
The First Requisite of a
Family is an Abiding 'Place
The first requisite of a family is an abid-,
ing place, but the place is not necessarily a
s home. The word cannot be applied to quar
ters temporarily occupied whether a house
or a hotel. A home must be a measure of
permanency. The average" 'family that
owns a home will say that it will become
independent of salary and will establish a
- permanent buying power that the renting
family seldom has.
Flagstaff Lumber Co.
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