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Tilt: COCONINO SUN.
LOCAL AND OTHERWISE.
It's Dm mil J nltli ten diplomas
And the tjullu superior cnrrlnxc
Wlio'b not smart enuuitli to capture
One cerllUcttc of murrlaze.
.1. H. Holme-" of Phoenix was hoiu
Munj a d.uk question is scoured up
with s.ilt ho.ji.
Ho who steals my bash steals trash
from the star hoarder.
Mujbu it Isn't to Into jut to sav that
Mr. Huhson is n corker.
The Cash Store has just received n
new lino of Cardigan jackets.
Tins receipts of thoC.ttholic fair lielil
hero last wool; amounted to $1,000.
1 T. 31 ihonoy of Holbrook regis
tered ;it l ho New Bank hotel yesterday.
Mini Pearl Vouree of Williams, was
In attendance at tlio masquerade last
Politicians are like a stick of candy
when they cot lieked they don't look mi
Now lino of Stetson hats, in Fedora
and Derby shapes, just reeelved at Cash
Theo. S. White had the misfortune
to aecidontly break a bone in his left
hand at the dance last night.
There is work at present for every
one that wants It in Flagstaff and there
Is no excuse for being Idle now.
This season of the joar is so dry that
you can Mtieee the dust out of what
Utile water there in in Arizona.
Tim Obijoyful Krewu gavo a masked
ball at Babbitt's hall last flight. It is
naid to have been grotesque In the
Those desiring their houses or stores
lltted with pipe and Uxtures, ean have
tho work done promptly and accurately
by W. F. Friedleln. lHtf.
The butting fraternity is liosting ?-l
and ft-3 on Cameron; tho real of the
ticket is M to 1. I.ayton has a lead
pip.' eineli 'in the prolu'e judgeship.
Spiin has at la-t agreed lo pay the
express on thu shells wo sent her. She
objecU-d for h.hiio tlino because some of
the shells wo sjnt spoiled suddenly.
Work on the waterworks is progress,
lug fairly well. The camp Is now at
Schul.'s gap and ten miles of flow pipe
have been laid. Tho work of cement
ing tlie reservoirs is being pushed
Howard Marine, who went out with
the ILiugh llideis, returned ibis m if -lug.
He, like others, snlTerod from the
Cuban fever and since leaving the hos
pital has been visiting with friends and
relatives in the oast.
The most, plausible conjecture as to
the cause of tho heavy falling oil' in
registration among the women voters i
of Chicago is that tho act neeessitutos- V
the giving of information regarding
the applicant's age.
The Irrepressible urchin had his in
ning Hallowe'en. When tho selrjol
janitor pulled on the bell rope Tuesday
morning Im discovered tlu lull tongue
.securely tied, and remarkel, "Thorn
Holly liven have been around. '
T. A. Hiordan and F. W. Sissori of
the Arizona Lumber and Timber C.i.,
returned Thiuvdiiy fr.mi a trip to thu
manttfacmringccutcrs or the oast w hero
they putvh ied suuh llnt-olass ma
chinery as will be needed to make tlio
finest sawmill plant in tho west.
.1. II. Bowman lecolverof the U. S.
land otlljo olllce at Tucson was u pass
enger on No. I this m irnlng on his re
turn from a visit to his former home In
Holhroo'.c. Mr. Bowman Is of the opin
ion that Col. Drodio will carry both
Ap.tchoaml Navajo counties by goodv
majorities. , V,