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TIIK ()( )X I N'O SUN.
George H. Coffin returned Saturday
from h trip to Kansas city and the ex
position ut Onmlm. He reorts tin; ex
position us well worth going to see mid
the attendance as being hiixc
A. E. Douglas of the Lowell oWrv
utory left Monday for a trip to eastern
cities. He will, however, make hi
principal stay in Boston, .Mast. He
will return in timetotakeohservatinns
of the Novemlmr fall of meteor.
Last week Will Frederick wan arret
ed on the charge of unlawfully killing
cattle, the specific charge being made
that he shot a cow belonging to the
A.teo Cattle company. Monday he Has
tried in.Iu.tice Milligan's court before
a jury, who returned a verdict of not
Lieut. Wiley .lones of the First Ter
ritorial regiment accompanied hi reg
iment as far us tliih place Saturday and
returned to Present t Sunday. Lieut.
Jones was left in charge of the jnist at
Fort Whipple until such a time as the
nick soldiers who were left in the hos
pital can be moved.
Thos. Sloan, a former telegraph
operator on the Santa Fe Pacific and
who volunteered in the signal corps in
the war with Spain, is visiting friends
here. Tom did not, much to his regret,
get nearer Cuba than Tampa, the war
being of too short duration to allow
him to get to the front.
Hev. II. 1'. Corser, who has tilled the
Presbyterian pulpit at this place for
the past three ear, left on Tuesda
for Stroud. Okla., where he has been
call t'll. It is with deep regret that the
community witnesses Mr. I'orser's de
parture. His lalMirs hen- have Itccn
fruitful of permanent bcnellt, especial
1 among the .wmng men and 1mi,s with
whom ho is very KiiiIitr, and over
whom he has always exerted a strong
inliuenee for good. He Is an earnest.
practical, generous man, and he will
. be long held in kindly remembrance by
I the people of Flagstaff.
I Klwin K. Rogers, farmer for the Mo
' qui Indians, and Mr. Brossius, a repre
I sentutivo for the Indian Rights associa-
tion, were In town from Tuba City sov
! eral days this week. In regard to the
I trouble lwtween the whites and Indi
' ans at that place, they say it will be
satisfactorily settled ere long.
I John Chisholm and daughter Tina
returned from Holbrook Thursday hy
i team. Mr. Chisholm sa.xs that the trip
I crossing Canyons Diablo anil Padre is a
hard one, ax the team could scarcely
get up the sides of the can urns with
an empty wagon. Mr. Chisholm had
the contract for delivering the stone
and brick for building the Navajo
county court house and liiiishcd his
contract last Saturday.
Dan Hogan of the Rough Riders it
turned Thursday. Dan is the center
of at t met ion wherever he goes, and
was one of the bravest of the brave
members of the famous regiment. He
was in the battles of La Guasimas. Kl
Caney and San .hi in, and the exposure
at Santiago caused him to contract ma
larial fever. He was In the hospital at
Montauk, X. V., for several weeks, and
he thinks that he has fully recovered
from the attack.
A (IKNTt.KMAN of democratic tenden
cies, who was a staunch upKtrtei' of
Mr. KllInwiKxl at the Precott conven
tion, remarked, after the republicans
had nominated Col. Hrodie, that he
was glad his man was defeated: that,
the hero of La Guasinms would have a
walk-over. He isa prophet with honor
in his own country, too.
For Sale Good sheet iron stove. In-
quire of Mrs. Bushey, in Father 1)11
l's hnue. ncross from the windmill.