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THE COCOXINO SUK.
principal loss being in the burning of
the Daggs and Drum building, valued
at $9,000, and the Grand Canyon hotel,
loss estimated at $14,000. These losses
were not total, as Insurance partly cov
ered the losses.
These buildings will probably be re
built next year, as brick and stone
buildings can be erected here at a lower
cost than at any point In Arl.ona.
This Is largely due to the fact that the
contractors and builders, of the build.
Ings, and their values, erected by htm
The city hall, 2CxG0 feet, and two
stories, the material of brick, at a cost
of $3,000. The building is used by the
city for town offices, jail and Arc
engines. The second story is used as a
.T. K. Hawks, one-story brick, 25x52,
on San Francisco street, which cost
building material Is all at our doors
and there are no freight charges to p-y
on bulky material.
Last year for the llrst time since 1893
building was resumed In the business
portion. A town ordinance requires all
building In the Are limits to bo of brick,
stone or Iron, consequently the build
ings erected were of one of that class
The following list has been furnished
by J. C. Mllllgjn, one of our leading
TCUDI T RAP
$2,000. This building lias a handsome
front, which is shown In an illustration
.f. O. Mllllgin, live-room brick cottage
with basement, on corner Aspen avenue
and Park street, at a cost of $1,500.
Tames I.oy, office building on Lcroux
street, of brick, 25x25, which cost $700.
In addition to the above buildings Mr:
Mllllgan has done repair work on build
ings aggregating $2,600.