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TIIK COCONINO SUN.
J. P. Dili's returned Monday from
James Vanderen is In the Verdo Val
ley this week.
W. A. Mayflower has been ill with la
grippe this week.
H. R. Davis iti slowly recovering
from his recent Illness,
Miss Kva Dutton is the new assistant
of Postmaster Coalter.
P. C. Reid returned Tuesday from a
trip to southern Arizona.
E. E. Ellluwood went to Holbruok
Thursday on legal business.
Mrs. R. B. Burns, of Williams was a
visitor to Flagstaff Wedne-wlay.
Mis Lillian Beal left Sunday for a
four weeks' visit to Los Angeles.
Ashton Nebeker is iu from Tuba City
this week for the first time this year.
P. C. Games, who has been upending
tho winter In Phoenix returned Tues
day. John A. Cotton, of Albuquerque, was
registered at the Red Bank hotel yes
terday. E. R. Bayless returned Thursday
from a trip to his former home in Ar
kansas. E. M. Doe returned Tuesday from a
trip to St. Louts on iraiortant legal
G. L. Brook, live stock agent for the
Santa Fe, was in town yesterday on
O. E. Howard, manager of the How
ard Sheep Company, came in from Will
Hugh Anderson returned Wednesday
from Verde Valley, where he has lieen
during the winter.
Tho Senate has continued the ap
pointment of J. C. Martin to be receiver
of public monies at Prescott.
Sheriff R. II. Cameron, who has been
in tho southern part of the Territory
for the past week, returned yesterday.
J. R. Kllpatrlck is in Galveston, Tex.
He is still an invalid, and ho may go to
Florida for the benefit of that climate.
J. T. Pearce, tin. special agent of tho
Mutual Life Insurance Company, left
for Kingman Thursday on a buslnesi
J. T. McGovern left Tuesday for Pres
cott, where he will assist the United
Irish Societies of Arizona in an enter
tainment on St. Patrick's day.
J. W. Cart, the sheepman, spent sev
eral days here during the week on his
way to Winslow from Phoenix, where
he had been spending the winter.
Chas. Canall, the electrician and W.
U. telegraph lino repairer, politician
and editor of tho snake department of
TUB Sun, visited Winslow yesterduy.
Miss Emma Ingraham left Thursday
for her home in Iowa. Miss Ingraham
Is a niece of T. J. Coalter, and during
her stay here was assistant in the post
W. II. Norman has been in JJew
Orleans. La., since January 18 for the
benefit of his health. His health Is
much Improved, and he will le.ivo that
city in a few days.
H. R. Coffin was a passenger on No. 1
yesterday on his way to Needles. Ben
is in the employ of the Santa Fe Puelllt:
at Albuquerque, and lias been trans
ferred to Needles. He will stop over
until Tuesday, visiting relatives here.
J. P. McGovern, a bright and intelli
gent young man of Flagstaff, came in
on last evening's train, and will remain
in Pres-'ott for some 'time. Ho has
quite u reputation as an amateur actor,
and will assist in the entertainment to
bo given here next week under the au
spices of the Catholic Knights. Journal-Miner.