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THK COCONINO SUN.
W. Tuft of Sjuth Heart, North Da
kotu, with his fmnilj arrived with his
family thin week. Mr. Tuft bus purchas
ed tilts Clark-Hitt property in old town
and will make lil-i home here.
C. J. Hall und wife of Phoenix who
spent the summer here, left Mnnda
for their home. Thej ure delighted
with Flagstaff us u summer report, and
they expect to return here next year.
George W. Sullivan in now the agent
of the S.mt.i Fe Pucille railroad ut this
place. Mr. Sullivan is one of the old
est agents on the road und is a pleasant
gentleman with whom to do business.
Woi k on the new saw mill plant i
being delated on account of the non-ar-rivul
of brick from Win-low. The
Santa Fe Pacific Is unable to move lo
eul height on account of luck of mothe
I'. .). Murphy left yesterday for San
Frunci-co. His departure was has
tened by the death of his father, which
occurred on Thuisday. Mr. Mutphy,
during his residence here, has made a
host of friends.
V. A. Mayllower und wife returneu
from Beaver Creek soda springs, where
they have b.'en fiirihopist thteeweeks
for the bcuclit of Mr. Mayflower's
health. He i greatly improved by his
stay ut the springs.
.Jesse Murtiu, o well und f.ior.ibl
known to old timers throughout the
territory, came to town yesteiday. He
has had tin; misfoi tune to lose a limb
since he left here, and is gathering
funds to purchase an urtilleial leg.
Itev. J. II. Weber, "The Tornado
Evangelist, "has been holding special
services all week in the M. K. church.
An invitation is extended to the pub
lic to attend thee meetings. Sabbath
morning at II a. in. alsii at .'I p. in.
Monduv night the subject will be "Is
Hob Ingersoll a Liur?" Tuesday night
"Fools." Wednesday night, "The
Mistnkes of the Devil." Thursduy
night. ' Is there a Hell?" Friday
night, "Sneaks." No meetings Sat
urdays. George W. Hanse came In from
Camp Verde Thursday in charge of a
band of -100 head of cattle owned by
arious cattlemen of that valley. The
cattle w ere sold to Frank Gullfoil, and
will be shipped to Nebraska today.
At Phoenix, Tucson, Nogales, Bisbee
and Willcox Colonel Brodie was ten
dered grand receptions. At each place
the entire populace turned out to see
and hear him. No other candidate in
the territory has ever been given a
.Judge J. II. Kibbey andC. M. Frasler
of Phoenix und E.S. Clark of Flagstaff
tue in Navajo and Apache counties and
will make a thorough canvuss of those
counties in the interest of the repub
lican ticket. They ure able speakers
and will makes votes for the ticket.
The Hsv. H. M. Craig of Albuequer
que, sy nodical missionary for New
Mexico and Arizona will conduct the
ui vices In the Presbvterian church to
morrow, Oct. 30. All are Invited.
There will be a meeting of the congre-
riiiimi tills t-ieninir at 8 o'clock. Mr.
i Craig ill be present.
J Kev.C.C. McLean of Philadelphia
is u visitor to the Grand Canjon of the
Colorado river this week. He is visit
ing all the points of interest on the line
of the Santa Fe for the purM-e of ob
taining material for a steieopticou lec
ture which he intends delivering in ull
the principal eastern cities.
Davison & Cronin don't deal in factory-made
harness or saddles. First
lass work and low prices. 34tf