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THE COCONINO SUN'.
Dr. C. F. Roberta! headquarters tliis
week is tlio court house. He's u juror
and hulls from Williams.
Harry Fulton is up from Canyon
H. F. Adams, of Clark & Adams, lum
ber dealers of Williams, 19 doing duty
as a grand juror this week.
J. II. Wood, a prominent cattleman
of tho western part of the county, was
in town on business this week.
S. A. Pleasants, of Williams, is
another citizen detained as a juror from
that section of the county.
S. T. Elliott goes oast soon in the in
terest of Babbitt Uros. to make pur
chases for the spring and summer bca
Hons. Mux Salzinan and 0. E. Bayeo, lioth
prominent in the mercantile circle of
Williams, are doing jury work this
Judge J. M. Sanford, justice o." the
peace at Williams and well known all
over the Territory, was attending court
this week. ,
John and Alico Anderson, children
of W. H. Anderson, are ill with bron
chitis. E. H. Tolfrec, proprietor of tho New
Bank hotel, returned from a month's
trip to Saugus, Cal., Saturday.
Mrs. C. J. Babbitt and children re
turned from Southern California, whe?e
they have been sojournln,' several
,,W. F. Russall, a former resident of
Flagstaff, but who has betm projecting
lately, was visiting his friends in this
B. H. Wild and wife came up from
Los Angeles Thursday and have taken
rooms at Mrs. Ashhurst's for u week or
two. Thoy are on their way east to af
ford Mrs. Wild medical treatment, but
stopped over for awhile that they might
visit our joints of interest.
F. W. Slson, treasurer of the Ari
zona Lumter and Timber company,
with his family, left Monday for San
Diego, Cal. They will be nlwent sev
Frank Finney, the jovial expressman
and all-around good fellow of Williams,
is a member of tho petit jury. Ho
will do his duly thare, as he does it
in ever thing he attempts, in iv con
Mr. and Mrs. .1. L. Treat, with Miss
Emma Greenburg and Mrs. Holllhan,
made up a party of arrivals from Walker
Thursday. Mrs. Holllhan returned
Friday, but tho others will remain un
William Babbitt Is busy this week
gripping tho hands of his many friends
with all his old-time warmth. He
spends most of his time In Kansas,
where he is stationed to attend to tho
extensive cattle interests of the firm.
C. E. VanDeren, accompanied by his
father and brother, W. E. VanDeren,
returned from tho Verde last week.
W. E. VanDeren returned to his home
on the Verde Wednesday, but the father
will remain In Flagstaff for tho benefit
of his health.
R-3V. G. L. Pearson, well known
among tho Methodist ministers of Ari
zona, has been appointed chaplain ,of
the Hawaiian senate. Mr. Pearson's
promotion in his new homo will bo
learned with pleasure by his many
friends in the southwoit.
Herman Nagiller. Aleck Jameson,
Miko Rsinke, Bartlett MoTague, O.
Lewis. M. Nichols, John B. Jones, Geo.
Baumgartner, John Smoot, Wm. Sar-"
gent, T. A. Fiemlug, Patrick Johnson,
Robert Stevens, David Daze, George
Patterson, George P. Winslow and
Jerry Cowan, all of Williams were
among the many willing and unwilling
visitors to Flagstaff this week, vh: