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LITTLE ENTHUSIASM, I ing Company C, or which one-lmtt'tfto.
" I members were from FlalThtaff. was the.
Col. Wilson, Assisted by Ross and Ellin' last to arrive, and they were ttaimly
wood, Charge It to the Republcans. I welcomed during their short htay."'f
Tuesday night the democracy eudeav-1 ladies of Flagstaff had furnished them
ored to infuse life into their campaign. u''tM il substantial lunch, which "was
Col. .1. F. Wilson, the democratic cm- "ijjhly appreciated by the soldier boys,
didate for congress, was to sneak, and I " " J '
before the hour for for the meeting the i Bi" Nye's Genuii
llred dynamite, and b the light f Had the late Hill Xyo confined his
Iwnllre perhaps ZW people found their ' fcl,,,w to '"Ivertising writing I;e woil'd
way to the court house to listen to the l"ve doubtlofo, attained even greater'
apostle of democracy . """-"ess than he did ln'lhe literary tiolcl.
From so,IUJ reason' the dought v col- Hol,! '" il silmI,lu "f 'int he could do In"
onel lacked his old time enenn. it lhu '"'vcitisinjr lino when he wanted to
may have been that he thought his "IK'-' f 'ow: "Owingtoill health,
time was being wasted in' a caimns'' '" -' "'" residence intownshij.
against Col. Hiodie, or he ma not 1!l' l'M,e W' 1'':ltatf. t(i .ffov,eruin.j;it,
hae fully recovered from his ll-ht fo'r sm'.vl!""15 PJ",W!!!;W 'Vn11
the nominatibn which Murk Smith n- H ""'" S".? ,-'W. milkcrund is
fused. He it as it max. the V61bnel fi--ifl f t irs ornny thing oNe.
failed to eiithii-e the 'audien.V. and She is of undaunted courage and gives
after an hour's talk, a shrirf talk for milk frequently. Ton man who doerf
.Whim, he turned the audience dver to t fwrdeath in any form she would be
K. K. Kllinwood, 'who made a deter
mined MTbN to eutbuse the 2WI. He
failed in his undertaking', and H. D.
Koss made a few humorous rcjuarks
and the meeting was over.
a great boon. She Is very much at
tached to her house11, it jireftif bv the
means of a stay chain, but she .V 1 1 1 -I ks
sold to any one who will agree fi use '
her right. She is one-fourth short-
Thu leaders of the turn did all that, horn and thm-founlw hyena. I, will
was possible to create lhu proper en- l-' ""-"w in.. do.iblbarreJed shot-,,,
thtisiasm, but the people are tired of f" "hiej.gocs with her. In May she
. ' ' .- 11. ... t i.
the ojd thread-hare and oft-told tales.
Col. Wilson let Wednesday for Na
vajo and Apache. cuuntics and Mr. Uos
returned to I'rescott.
generally goes away for a week or two
and returns with a tall, red ealf with
wabbly legs. Her name is Kosc. I
would rather soil her to a non-resident."
Troops Left for Lexington. The Kpworth league w ill .jive a o
The Fiist Teiritorial rejjfincnt, tin- eial at the M. K. church parsonage
der command of Col. McCord, number- next Tuesday exrning, October 4. lin
ing "nliomYersand men. passed through pioceeds to be used in getting singing
here on Saturday night for Lexington, looks for the church. All are inVled.
Ky, where they jjo into camp prepara-
tory to going to Cuba. It took three Wa.n'ti:i Laborers and rocklnet to
trains to' c.ury the soldiers. The lirst to work on the Flagstaff water Xkorks..
section arrived here at II o'clock p. m. Wages. ti(H to W..'i( per day. Hoard"1'
TIks entire population of the town was 4.."() per week. Apply to Geo. Wl ''
viut to meet them. The section carry- Stuidevunt or.l. T. .MeWilliam..