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THE COCONINO SUN.
Week of Pnyer.
The weok of prayer will bo observed
in Flagstuff, beginning Monday, Junu
ury 2, us follows1 On Monday, Tuesday
utid Wednesday evenings at the Meth
odist Upiseopal church, and Thursday,
Friday aud Saturday evenings at the
Presbyterian church. Monday evening
thu leader will bo Rev. J. M. Baxter,
Tuesday evening Rev. George Logie,
Wednesday evening P. C.Reid, Thurs
day evening Rev. J. M. Baxter, Friday
evening Rev. George Loirie, Saturday
evening Daniel Wallace. Following
are the subjects:
Monday "Pray erful Confession."
Tuesday "The Church Universal.
Wednesday "Nations and Rulers."
Thursday "Forelgu Missions."
Friday ''Home Missions."
Saturday ''Families and Schools."
To all these sot vices the public are
earnestly' Invited, the hour of tervice
in both churches lielng :'A0 p. in.
At tbo Church of the Nativity Christ
mas was celebrated with duo splendor
and Milemnlty. At 8 o'clock cominun-
ion muss said, followed by the mas of
thanksgiving. Many of the congrega
tion approached holy communion at
these masses. High mass wan chanted
at 11 o'clock, at which the xermou of
the day was delivered by the reverend
pastor. Thu music ivu extraordinarily
tine and shou'ed the results of studious
work. Benediction of thu Most itler-sei!
Sacrumetii followed liumeillately after
Santa Claus visited the school of the
Nativity Monday, and after being en
tertained by the children with songs
and recitations, distributed the good
things he had brought and left after
tilling many an aching void.
For Rent Furnished 4-room house.
Inquire of George Hoxworth.
Holiday Excursion Rate.
For the annual Tournament of Roses
to be held at Pasadena, January 2,
round trip tickets will be sold from
Flagstaff at the rate of 932.15. Dates
of sale Junury 1 and 2, with final limit
For the meeting of the Slate Bee
Keepers' association In Los Angeles,
January 11 and 12, round trip tickets
will be sold f torn Flagstaff to Lot An
geles at the rate of 32.40. Dates of
s.ilo January 10, II and 12. Return
limit January 14.
Gko. K. SUI.MVA.V, Agent.
Politic and Plumbing.
Politics cuts very little llguro with
the water and sewerage system of your
dwelling or business house. The prac
tical plumber, who's work speaks for
Itself and requires no repairing within
a reasonable length of time, Is what
you require. I guarantee all my work.
I am hero to stay, and pay my bills and
will put in working order tiny plumbing
or tinning I do lor you that does not
suit. W'M. FHEIDUKN,
West Railroad avenue.
Caps of till kinds, new invoice just
received at thu Cash Store, suitable
for Klondike storms or Phoenix
For a Xums present nothing Is moro
apprnpilate than a nice piece of furni
ture. Wo have It at Cash Store.
This weather calls for leggings and
overshoes. Wo luva them to 111 the
misses and the largest men, at the Cash
Wanted Laborers and rockmen to
to work on tho Flagstaff water works.
Wages, $2.00 to 2.50 jwr day. Board
$4.50 per week. Apply to Geo. W.
The SON contains all tho local nows
and is only $: per year.
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