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THE COCONINO SUN.
Mountain Lodge No. I"i, Knight of
Pythiu, who suffered tlie low of their
paraphernalia by this burning of theG.
A. It. hull, several week since, ha re
ceived a fine new ontllt. The affair
of thl lodge ut'j In excellent condition
and during the coinlug month they will
mid a number of new name to their
T. H. Galwl, formerly superintendent
of the Athmtie utid Pacilli; railroad,
now tlio Santa Pacific, wa a passenger
on No. 1 Thursday. Hu was accom
panied by hi family, who will spend
tlu winter nt Uw Angeles. Mr. Gahel
I Interested in a Georgia railroad and
ha bin headquarter at Washington,
I). (.' He will return 10 that city some
tluiH next iiKinih.
Alxint tins lhtof the month one of
Harry Fulton' sheep-herder, found,
went of Sunset inotintain, a roan Nava
jo pon., with it saddle on. A gun
scabbard, picket rope and u p.ilr of
spur were tied to the saddle. The
horse wan ruined up and could not get
It head down to eat und it 1 upjoed,
whi'ti found, had been in that condi
tion several day. Diligent"' inqur,
ban been made for the owner but to far
he can not lw found. The owner im
have the home by calling at Fulton'
Flagstaff l-odgc No. 7, F. & A. M.,
on Monday iiifht. installed the follow
ing officers for the .war 1810: T. K.
PnUium, W. M.;.l. A. Mauier, S. W.;
J. A. Miller, .1. V.; Dr. K. S. Miller,
Hecretury;' T. K. Pollock, treaHurut:
Win. MuIntire,S. D.;T. J. Coalier, .1.
D.; Woi. Froldluln, S. S.; .1. U. .Injee,
J. S.: .1. II. Morse, tler. After the
Initalllatloii of officer the members ol
I ho lodge, with their wive and sweet
heart, partook of an elegant banquet
at the New Hank hotel, a. id an enjoy
able time wa had bj thoo present.
The lodge is prospering a It never has
before and many new name hare been
added to it roster during the pat
Nearly everyone in town wax Invited
to "possum and sweet later"' at the
New Bank hotel Saturday night. The
billiard hall, where the ptvad wa
had, was well 111 led with people, and
the occasion wa enlivened by xnng,
repartee and good cheer. The 'possum
1 table wa presided over by Charley
' Dudley, who gave a dextcrtatiou on
i "de 'possum and de 'siiumon inde frost
.time in South Carolina." Mine hint
Tnlfree welcomed the guet ill u neat
p;iH'h,whii:h wo responded to b, Will
iam WJialen, after which wa ung,
"Garve tint 'possum, carvu ilat 'poum,
The Christmas tree at the Methodist
church, under the direction "nf HeV. .).
M. Itaxter. wa an unqualified xiicoesx.
Aft'r an excellent musical and ivelui-
i tiws program, Santa Clan, represented
i by Mr. Roberts, and Mr. Santa Clan,
by Mis Margaret Wallace, wen uh-
.ered in and distributed the iiiaoj Ix-r.u-
'tiful present, displayed on the tie.
lThe were received with greaiVnthu-
i lasm by the joung folk (including
1 Undo George Hoxworth). One or the
joung ladle, in the oxulieranee of her
J y, threw her present In tin air. and it
lauded on the head of nit Innocent and
i unsuspecting joung man in the audi-
I encu. The affair u an enjojable one,
laud the children of the Sundaj-school,
i u.ider the management of Miss Iatira
Hoxworth, should be congratulated.
TllK SUN contain all the Iis-al nw
and Is only 2 per jear,
IIOKFMAN-In Klanstaff. on December SJ,
ISW. to the lte of Hurt Hoffman, ft daughter.