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title: 'The Coconino sun. (Flagstaff, Ariz.) 1898-1978, March 19, 1898, Image 13',
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THK COCONINO SUN.
Bert Davis continues to improve.
J. L. O'Brien, of Belleraont, is In
K-iiu Lamb, of Williams, is doing
Isaac Wheeler spent Sunday in the
.1. II. Lind is visiting Huntington,
Ind., his old home.
Mrs. S. T. Klliott is confined to her
the waterway which f urnlshes the Tuba
City farmers wth 'water for irrigation.
The otlicers had the dam cut without
any opposition on the part of the In
dians. They report that they endured
some severe sand storms while on the
Stephen I'urtyman and family came
up from Oak Creek to attend the trial
of the case affecting their homestead
near the Pump House. The case was
tried before Judge Sloan Thursday
and judgment given for defendants. .1.
J. Howard and John Keater also at- bed with la grippe.
tended us witnesses. .Mr. I'urtyman Dr. P. G. Cornish registered at the
has improved his place1 on Oak creek Hank hotel Tuesday.
during the winter by constructing an Cuthlwrt Clark was a visitor from
irrigating ditch for watering the land, Katun, y. m., this week.
J. W. Weatherford resumed work on Ferd Nellls was a visitor to the
his cellar Thursday. Ah toon as prac- county seat from Williams,
ticable work of laying the walls will be- Canjon Diablo was represented in
gin. Herman Deltzman has the con- Flagstaff this week bv Fred W. Volz.
tract for the stone work, C. B. Wilson Q pha wm'iamg, wen.known
m . f trlle J""1' ' aty butcher, is doing duty as a grand juror,
willtlnlsh it with the brush In the best '
of taste. When completed this will F. W. Payne, Bellemont's caterer,
1k one of the best business buildings In was among Flagstaff's many visitors
the city. Mr. Weatherford is also re- this week.
moving the unsightly shed at the back H. G. Cotton, connected with minnlg
of the lots In order that he may grade interests in Los Angeles, was in Flag
the portion the building occupied. staff Monday.
Nxet Sunday morning at tho Presby- George Margaritch arrived overland
terian church the subject of the sermon from Pha-nix during the week to at
will bo the "Silences of Christ." The lend' to litigation,
stereopticon entertainment announced A. M. Franklin, the genial insurance
for Sunday evening last was postponed man of Phoenix, is noticed among the
on account of the storm. The views visitors this week,
are here, and they have been pro- Mm. Joe Dent returned from Los An
nounced excellent by all-those who ,ele, thls wee. where she has been for
have seen them. They give an account U)e ,Ml f(JW mmthgi
of a trip from Hebron In Palestine up , A
to Jerusalem. Forty views in all will Chiles Sherwood an ex-typo of
bo shown. A collection will bo takne Winslow, was visiting his many friends
to pay the expenses of the evening. All in Flagstaff Tuesday,
are cordially Invited. H. P. Cower, w ,.,.,,, , , , , ... , .
pastor. Mr. William Nickels, of Hich Hill.
' . ,, , . , . Mo., a brother-in-law of Mrs. Herman
WANTED TO RENT.-THRKB OK FOUR- Deltzman, arrived Thursday and willw
oa boTm ,,0Uke' turaUM Addre" J- probably make his future home here.