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THK COCONINO SUN.
K. K. Ellinwood Is in Phu-nix this
week on legal business.
Mrs. K. M. Doe returnetl Tuesday
from a trip to Los Angeles.
Mrs. J. C. Milligun left Wednesdaj
for lier home in Las Vegas.
J. A. Lamport and wife came in from
Seligman on Wednesday.
John Dugan lias gone to Bellemont
to work for the Santa Fo Pacilic
Mrs. Lambert Dedans and Mrs.
Jennett Deelass left Monday for Globe.
.Tames Loy returned Mondaj from a
trip to the Verde valley and Preseott.
F. W. Smith came in from Seligman
on Monday and will remain several
Dr. D. .1. Brannon and wife spent
soveral days in Preseott during the
Mrs. Hull, mother of Mrs. George
Zettler, eamo in" from the east on
Clias. A. Clark returned Saturday
from Phcenix where ho has been dur
ing the winter.
James A. Pitts and W. H. Ahurst
returned from the Grand Canyon Tues
day. C. H. Schulz, ehairniau of , the hoard
of supervisors, is in from his sheep
range this week.
William Pitts has charge of the
gang of Santa Fe Purine workmen at
tht" elnder pit.
Dave Uaudcbaugh, who lias been
eonllned to his room with the La
grippe, is able to lie out.
K. G. lllggs, a former resident of
Williams, was here Tuesday on his
return from a trip to Skaguay.
Miss Laura Hoxworth returned
Thursday morning from a three months'
visit witli relatives in Los Angeles.
O. P. Demutli, a cousin of J. A. Lam
port, arrived last week from California,
and will probablv remain here.
H. P. MeAulltTe and family returned
from Phii'iiix this week. Jim, Me
AulilTe is much improved in health.
Henry F. A-liuiU Geo. p. Winslow,
Patrick Johnston and II. L. Nagilier.
of Williams were in the hub Saturday.
The family of John F. Sherwood left
last Tuesdtij for FlagstalT, where they
will re-iide in the future. St. Johns
S. S. Preston, the Willow Springs
Indian trader and the eapturer of Jim
Parker, the train robber, was in town
L. II. Tolfree, landlord of the New
Bank Hotel, has been eonllned to his
room witli an attack of the la grippe
C. X. Stark, local editor of the Will
iams News, spent several days here
dining the week in the interest of the
C.ipt. (!. A. Cornish, of the regular
army, has Iwen promoted from C.ipttin
to Colonel. Capt. C.irnish is a brother
of A. T. Cornish of this place.
Kev. F. Dilly returned from a trip
over the Santa Fe Pacific us far east as
Manulito. He did not make the trip
to St. Johns as he expected when he
left here last week.
Mrs. John Powell of St. Marys,
Kansas, joined her husband here on
Thursday. Mrs. Powell is a sister of
J. L. Bjrnes, of the Arizona Lumber
and Timber Co. 'shew n timber depart
ment. Ladies' calling cards, in the correct
styles, printed in the latest copper-plate
script at this otlice.