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tiik cocoxixo sirx.
SATUKDAY, OCTOHKK 1, 181S.
I water will bti running through the pipe
I in Flagstaff within sixty days fiom now.
O.Miar (JIImiii went to Wlnslow Wed-
nesday to hold tho funeral services for
thoH-months-old daughter of Engineer
In our report of lliu republican con
vention the noiuination of E. M. Doe
I for district attorney wan inadvertently
Wynne in spending the overlooked.
Dr. D. .1. Hranncn Iioh been on the
nick list this week.
week In Williams.
E. M. Doe spent Thursday in
Williams on lcjful business.
T. E. Pollock "left yesterday on a
business trip to Phoenix.
E. E. Etlinwood left Wednesday on a
ten days' professional trip to Kingman.
Mrs. F. W. Stsson and children left
Monday for a visit to her old home in
F. H. Coon left Wednesday for Min
neapolis, Minn., which place he intends
making his future home.
Mrs. George Hoxworthleft Thursday
for a month's visit with his daughter,
Mrs. .7. Vining, in Denver.
Keese M. Ling, the democratic nom
inee for district attorney for Yavapai
comity, spent u day here this woek.
Miss Alva Mabel Messenger, the
harpist, after a month's pleasant stay
here, left Monday for Albuquerque.
The duck hunting season is here aud
our hunters are leaving for the lakes,
which are said to lie covered with
Fred HoclulertTer and wlfq arrived
from Missouri Thursday. It is their
intention to make this their future
Work on the water system for Flag
staff is progressing linely. About five
miles of pipe is laid and the work on
the gallery at the spring will be complet
ed noxt week. It Is expected that
Misses Mamie K. Plank and Wini
fred Smith, after an enjoyable summer
here, returned to their homes in Phoe
Florence Donahue left Thursday for
Chicago, where he will obtain the
services of a specialist for the treatment
of his injured eye.
The regular term of the districtcourt
for Apache county will lie held at St.
Johns next week. T. C. Hunch will
attend the session.
Gov. Murphy has asked tho govern
ment to cede all public lands to the ter
ritory, and that a reasonable sum bu
appropriated for well boring.
Mrs. II. F. Wlsehart and Mm. M. J.
Kennedy left Wednesday morning for
a visit to New faille, Ind. They will
probably bo alwent (luring tho winter.
Wm. Ma.Mlowerand wife left Monday
for the Heaver creek soda snrinirs.
where Mr. Ma Honor will test the vir
tue of the water for an attack of
F. S. Hreen. the superintendent of
the San Francisco Mountain forest ro
serve, returned from Williams Satur
day and left Monday to inspect the
Prescott forest reserve.
Dn next Sunday Itev. Mr. Ijiirie. a
visiting clergyman, will preachrat the
Presbyierian church both mornfug and
evening. All are cordially invited to
attend. The union services announced
for next Sunday will not Iks held.