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THE COCONINO SUN
I BRIEF LOCALS.
Best meat at Phelans.
Don't get the new meat market.
Cabbage plnnu for sale by Charles
The Peoples' store Is the place tosavo
money. Try us.
Mrs. L. V. Drum was In from Stone
man Lake Monday.
jThe Peoples' store. Come and exam
ine our goods and prices.
Harry Fulton was In town from his
Pine Jfllll range this week.
H. L. George, deputy sherifl of Mari
copa county, was in town Tuesday.
. New meat market sells for cash only,
but the very best always on hand. 20tf
Cut out the coupon send ten cents and
get one number of Uncle Sam's Navy.
Thr Son for one year nnd a series of
12 numbers of Uncle Sam's Navy for 13.
Dr. See, of the Lowell observatory,
'contemplates an eastern trip at an
There are several' cases of typhoid
and a few of scarlet fever in Phoenix,
says the Enterprise.
Make a careful reading of our offer
on another pago of those beautiful purt
' folios of Uncle Sam's Navy.
ROSES. Hardy climbing, garden
, and house varieties for sale by Charles
Sparr. Delivered to any part of town.
Mrs. F. H. Cova left last week for
Topeka, Kansas, where she will remain
during the summer.
For sale at a bargain; a No. 8 Charter
Oak cook store in good condition. Ap
ply to Q. N. Baty. 22tf.
A. W. Jordan has leased the eight
room dwelling corner Bird avenue and
San Fruncisco street from Babbitt Bros.
Mrs. T. A. Dean left last week for
Needles, where Mr. Dean is employed
on the Santa Fe Pacific railroad as sec
tion foreman. ". . ,
New meat market open by J. C.Pho
lan in the Jaeoby building. All kinds
best meats constantly on hand. Give
him a call. '
Those desiring their houses or stores
fitted with pipe and fixtures, can have
the work done promptly and accurately
by W. F. Frledletn. 19 if?
Dr. P. G. Cornish, chief surgeon? at
Santa Fe P.tclflo railroad employes'
hospital at Albuquerque is in town this
Ed. Priest, who has a tie contract
with the Santa Fo Pacific road, came
In from camp to visit his family last
Ed. Niswcoraer, under sheriff of Ber
nalillo county, Now Mexico, stopped
over in Flagstaff Tuesday on his return
home from u trip west.
The Peoples' store has the largest
stock of dry goods, fancy gents furnish-,-Ing
goods, hosiery, milliner-, etc., over
opened in Flagstaff. Call and see us.- ,
J. W. Hlgglns, Jr., of Kansas CIty,';ls'
in town this week. He is a represent
ative of Swift & Co., tho packers' of
Kansas City, and is hero for tho pur
pose or buying fat sheep for his firm.
E. T. MisGoniglo returned Wednes
day from Albuquerque. During liis'
visit In that place he made arrange
ments for the purchase of another loco
motive for central Arlxona'rallroad. -
Dr. Raster, chief surgeon for the
Santa Fo railroad, with headquarter
at Topeka, Kansas, pissed through on
Sunday morning's passenger on a visit
to wmthern California points.