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THE COCONINO SUN.
LOCAL AND OTHERWISE.
J. C. Morhz and wife of Hellemont
were here In town Monday.
Robert T. Lincoln, vice-president of
the Pullman car works, is lsitlng in
Do not pay fancy prices for new
Cloves when you can get them nt John
Sanderson's ut right prices.
Those desiring their houses or -tores
fitted with pipe and fixture, can have
the work done promptly and accurately
by V. P. Frlodlcln. llHf
Yesterday Roy Church, -on of .1. (.'.
Church, while playing with an nir gun
uccideutly shot liiiimclf In . the right
e.e, und will probably lose the sight
of that orgun.
J. P. Smith leave- for Tw Angeks
tomorrow. After upending ten das
there ho will return und commence
work on his contract with the lumber
If you want any pipes or piping under
oraround jourhoiiie-toearry anything
that can lie pumped or tamjied tlnough
them call and sets Syku Hros. -llitf
A few monl'ii ago a young man ar
rived in Winslow, either from Jerome
or Pre-icolt, we ure not certain which,
who gave his name us Fred Stump tr
StunipfT. Ho is a d.iper Utile fellow,
parts his hair In the middle mid wears
two little beau-cat jher curls on each
side of his forehead -a regular ladjV
lap dog. He succeeded in ingratiating
himself into the good graces of a lady
whoso reputation is not alxive sti-.pl-tiou,
and after gaining her perfect con
ildjnee, managed to get possession of
$175 in moucj, a gold watch and chuin
und diamonds valued utubout 100, and
'folded his tent and silently stole
away." In addition to thU, wo are in
formed that be left foi getting to pay
several small bills around town. Of
course, his Intentions were honet at
tile time he contracted these obllga-,
tlons, but In the bustle and confusion'
incident to his hurried departure, he
simply overlooked them. Mail.
Through the coutesy of Geo. V.
Sturtevunt, jr., the waterworks con
tractor, the water was turued Into the
large main Sunday night, so that the
railroad company might get what wa
ter there was in the reservoir. The
1 railroad company availed themselves
of the privilege und put on water
trains, und by Wednesday night the
recroir was drained of the two or
three Teet of water in it. The reser
voir will now lie allowed to till, and by
the time the plant Is ready to turn over
to the city it will be tilled. Tbe spring
is now flowing 150.00J gallon- every
twenty -four hours IntJ the iv-ervoir
and tho supply will be ainpje fur all
; purposes, even in-the winter months
when the spring run- lowe-t.
The big water meter for the u-e of
tho railroad company ha- arrived and
' will lie put in place tjdav.
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