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TDK COCONINO SUN.
U, J. Vare.
Georire I. Wlnslow.
C. F. Itobcrts.
M. M. Fisher.
(.'. C. Compton.
Ci K. Hell.
W. N. NttBlller.
F. K. Nellls.
J. A. Wilson.
T. J. Koss.
Henry V. Cone.
S. A. 1'lensants.
II. C. Olney.
Jerry Con an.
Hurry I. Calllnan.
W, S. Hllss.
L. S, Druiii has been apjointcd a s)e
W. II. Anderson Is serving the grand
Jury oh ballift
Mr. F.lllnwood has iteen retained to
defend H. G. Davis.
The grand jury expect to finish all
thi-lr duties by tonight.
K. S. Doe represents Cornelius Con
treras and Maria Ortegon.
The well-known countenance of James
Cart Is neon among those attending
Court Hciorter Stockton Ik an fat and
genial as ever. He is nerving In his
place at euurt.
Judge Sloan's ortratt should lw add
ed to the gallery of judges which the
supervisors have begun.
iJarneyD. Fletcher and Alex Fletcher
declared thuir Intention to become citi
zens of the United States.
Attorney General Frazior Is In at
tendance upon the court, representing
several of the parties charged In the
Joseph Johnson, the well-known con
fection merchant of Williams, was ad
mitted to full citizenship by Judge
Sloan on Wednesday.
Mrs. Katharine Uiordan, of Williams,
who no doubt has passed her three score
and ten, was admitted to citizenship on
Tuesday. She had lived forty years
within the United States before she
knew the felicity of citizenship.
Judge Sloan presides with dignity,
and disposes of the business of the Court
iu a way that lespeaks a trained ac
quaintance with the law.
Frank Ilodrlguez was chosen by Judge
Sloan from among the applicant as in
terpreter. Frank speaks Spanish and
Knglish with er,ual address and has a
No doubt the fellow who Is afraid his
doings will Ikj discussed in the grand
jury room can be counted among the
number who think the grand jury
should Ie abolished.
W. S. Hllss, of Williams, could not
answer to his name as trial juror on
Wednesday morning on account of sick
ness. He came In later, however, but
does not look well enough to serve.
A congenial spirit holds sway in the
community this week, if aught may bo
judged from the many hearty hand
shakes and the pleasant renewals of ac
quaintance for which the court session
has furnished opportunity.
Among those la grippe has "gripped'
this week -are District Attorney Clark,
Max Salzman, Joseph Johnson and W.
F. Gibson. Mr. Johnson was excused,
and went home and Mr. Salzman was '
given a leave of absence for two pr
The court has not been able to ac
complish as much as could have been
desired during the week. Very little
business that could be taken up was on
tho calendar, so it was necessary to
wait until the grand jury reported some
indictments. Then with the incidental
delays arising upon arrangements for
trial It has not been possible to get ,tos
the trial of cases. No blame attaches
to any of the officials.
Come and be couvlnced that Coffin's
Is the best place to get fresh fruit, can
dles, vegetables, etc.
Funston for flint-class job printing. '
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