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TIIK COCONINO SUN.
The town council will meet Monday.
The March term of District court
E. T. McGonigle has wold his ranch
south of Flagstaff to Cordilla M. Mor
ris. George Ilitt has an advertisement in
this issue which may be of interest to
John Mudersbach left Monday for
Phoenix, where lie expects to buy fat
cattle for this market.
Life Insurance agents are. almost as
numerous in FlagstatT as are the can
didates for town marshal.
T. M. Donaldson has Ix'en appointed
lostmaster at IScllemont to succeed
Frank W. Payne, removed.
Tlie weather during the just week
has been decidedly March-like, snow
and rain having fallen every day.
Wm. Dickinson has purchased the
Walker ranch In Verdo valley and will
engage in farming and stool: raising.
The attention of our lady readers is
called to the advertisement of the cost
salu of millinery at tho Racket store.
K. S. Clark has sold his ranch no ir
tho pump houso to W. .1. Watson and
Edgar (J. Watson has hold his ranch to
W. .1. Watson.
Stockmen rejKirt cattle on tho ranges
as having passed tho winter in fair con
dition. They are jmor, but with the
coming grass will rapidly put on llesh.
The Phoenix Herald sajs: "Sheep
shearing in the valley will be brought
to a close tho latter part of the week.
A good many of tho sheep are being
driven biick to tho northern part of tho
Territory, as feed on the nearby ranges
Is getting scarce.
Dr. W. S. Robinson will, alwut (he
middle of March, move to the Meth
odist parsonage and will have his resi
dence and office thereuntil his new res
idence is completed.
Probate Judge Lay ton spent Wednes
day in Williams. He states that a
number of homestead entries have lwen
made north of Walker and that others
will bo made in that section.
Archie King, a well-known colored
man died yesterday aftqrnoon at the
county hospifil. His deith was caused
ly paraljsls, and he had leon Inmate
of tho ho-.plt.il for six months.
The subject of the sermon next Sun
day morningat the Presbyterian church
will be "Why Men Depart Fr.mi GoJ"
and in the evening, "The, Silences
of Christ." Allure cordially InvitoJ.
W. O. O'Neill has transferred his in
terest in tho Grand ('anyon copper
claim to Lombard, Goode & Co. Tho
consideration of the transfer w.is stock
in the Tusayan Development Company.
Supervisor of Streets Mayllower Is
having tho crossing at the corner of
Aspen avenue and San Franeiscostreets
graded. It is. a muuh needed Improve
ment and will be appreciated by our
Services at the Methodist church
Sunday, March i:i. Subjects: Morning
discourse, '-Tho Foundation;" evening,
"The Kxhaustless Riches." All lire
cordially invited to attend those ser
vices. C. P. Wilson, pastor.
Out of tho eighteen candidates for
the various tnwn otllces thirteen or' tho
candidates are De.noera's. Thero 1s
nothing strange alsmt this, but It Is
unothel proof to the oft-ropcuteil saying
that thero is always more Democrat
locking for ofllce than there are Repub
licans who desire fat jobs. -This is a
Republican town by a gixnl safe major
ity, but there Isn't unv politic in tlni