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THE COCONINO SUN
,- New buildings are going up In all I during the past week. The Republi
parts of town. j caD is but one day old when it arrives
,.H. A. Javins, a Phoenix bicvelc deal-1 "I'M" place and gets here one hour
sooner than the Log Angela papers of
the same date.
er, called on the Sun Tuesday
E. S. Gosney has moved his ollico to
the scooiid'floor of the new postofflce
J. C. Pholan, the Williams, Flagstaff
and Kingman butcher, was in town
Davison & Cronin are putting up first
class harness and baddies. It will pay
you to call and see them. !tf
"'People who have houses or furnished
or unfurnished rooms to rent should ad
vertiso the same in the Sun.
Win. Lawrence representing the Chi
cago Itecord and agent for the Encyclo
pedia Brltanlca, was in the rlty the
first of the week.
Thero is a heavy travel eastward
from California at the present time.
The drouth and the resulting hard
times in that state are causing the ex
odus. Watermelon wasrons are now on the
, streets in Phoenix, says the papers of
vlhut place. Within a week shipment
by the carload will begin. The aerc
uge is the largest by far ever planted
in the valley.
Ilev. C. P. Wilson and daughter Mrs.
W. S,. Robinson, and Miss Ward of Al
buquerque, went to the Grand Canon
on Wednei-duy V stage. They expect to
' Traveling salesmen say that Arizona
is the most prosperous portion of the
west and that Flagstaff- Is showing
more signs of progress than any town
of its Blze between Colorado and the
Pacific coast. .
.Geo. Cross, representative of the
Denver Republican, has leen doing
good business for his paper in Flagstaff
Prof. J, C. Wasson stopped over here
Saturday while on his way from Phoe
nix to his home in Kansas. Prof. Was
son will probably teach in the Phoenix
schools next year.
The summer climate of Flagstaff is
delightful. People in other parts who
would spend the next few months in n
pleasant, bracing and healthful atmos
phere should come here.
J. C. Church returned from a busl-
; ness trip to William and Seligman on
Sunday. Mr. Church says that from a
business standpoint cither of the above
named towns are better business points
The Sun office was moved this week
to a room in the pj-itottice building.
The new quarters are light and airy
and if heneforth an added effulgence to
the Sun's rays should be noticed, the
fact may be accredited to the bright
ness of its place of issue
Mr. Shifter, a photographer of Los
.Angeles, took a trip to the Grand Can
yon of the Colorado lost Saturday, for
the purpose of taking views of the can-
J yon. He had with him the largest
camera ever taken to the canon, with
which he purposed taking four pictures
making a panoramic view eight feet
long by twenty inches in width.
Deputy Sheriff Martin Bugglyn re
turned Sunday from a trip to Sonora,
Mexico. He spent two months in that
country prospecting and looking at
mines. He did not get into theYaqul
country. He says that John L. Davis
is holding a band of cattle just across
the line from Bisbee, and is waiting
until the cattle sanitary laws will per
mit him to drive them into Arizana.