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THK COCONINO SUN.
I BRIEF LOCALS. jj
'Whoro has my cano gone to?" Ask'
J. C. Milllgan will finish burning an
800-bushel lime kiln to-night.
Archie King, the colored man who
died in the county hospital last Friday,
was burled Saturday afternoon.
Dr. W. S. Robinson moved his office
to the Methodist parsonago Thursday.
The busy doctor will hereafter be found
Coconino county, without mines to
speak of, claims that she pays more
tuxes than all the mines in Arizona.
About twenty-five Willlarasites re
turned home on u 11 p. m. freight
Wednesday night. Some came back
the next morning.
Millard k Grosvenor, of Phuenlx,
huve closed the contract for the build
ing of u court house for Navajo county
at Holbrook. The building will cost
Some half a dozen men came down
from Walker to make Homestead en
tries. A good deal of competition ex
ists for the entry of the timber land
that' Is still open to entry.
Ijist Sunday was about as disagree
able u day as one could wish for.. In
the morning a cold raw wind blow, fol
lowed by snow. A tierce blizzard raged
all the afternoon and far into the night.
Contractor Mllllgau has been mak
ing good headway on the wstofltce
building. This building will make u
lino showing when finished, as it will
occupy one of the most desirable eorn
- era in the city.
On another page will be found the
ad. of the Equitable Assuranco society,
of New York. A. A. Fisher is the lo
cal agent, and when you mako up your
mind to have your life insured give him
It is reported the engine trucks on
passenger No. 1 yesterday morning
jumped a frog on the east switch of the
Gallup yards, derailing and more or
1 ;ss injuring the mall car and two bag
gage cars. No one was injured, how
ever. The train was deluyed for alxut
twelve hours in consequence.
J. G. Egau, trustee for the A. fc P.
Hailroad company, has deeded th
townsltes of Gallup, WInslow, Flag
staff and Williams to the Santa Fe Pa
cific Railroad company. The instru
ment was filed with Recorder Pulllam
Captain Hochderffer informs the re
porter that Company I will begin a
campaign on Sundayt if the weather Is
fine. Dinner will be sent in advance to
Eldon, mountain and the boys, after an
arduous march of four miles, hope to
capture it. We hoio there, may be no
The report that there are a few cases
of smallpox along tho line of the rail
raid has caused a number of our peo
ple to get vaccinated. Bo careful how
you pinch your friend's arm for a day
, or two. Wrongdoers should bo good
until Marshal Hochderffer's right arm
Services will be held at the M. E.
church on Sunday as usual. Rev. Wil
son will preach at 11 a. in. from the
text, "We Believe, Therefore Speak."
His subject In the evening will bo '-The
O.uitmmleable Riches." Sunday school
at 10 u. m.: Epworth league at 7 p. m.
AH are cordially invlted,.strangers es
pecially. UnderSherlffFalrchild and Constable
M. T. Black returned Wednesday from
Tuba City, where thoy were sent to de
stroy a dam tho Indians had built on.
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