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THE COCONINO SUN.
5 BRIEF LOCALS. J
Saturday, January 14, 1899.
O. W. Lilly left Sunday forCaliforniu.
The board of supervisors meet again
Dr. Brunnen made a flying trip to
Coleman Campbell of Wlnslow was
in town Tuesday.
THE SUN for 18811 only Si It con
talus all the loeal doings.
Probate Judge Laytou eauie out first
best in a tussle with the grip.
Mrs. Frank Hoderigues is rapidly re
covering from her recent tilnes.
Mrs. Davo Babbitt left this week for
Lou Angeles, to bo absent two months.
Flagstaff had Its second heavy snow j
this season. It averaged about a foot.
The section gang was busy shoveling ,
the snow off the railroad tracks yeter-1
Tho Flagstaff Whist club rcorgan-i
Ized last night at the residence of Mrs. j
M.ji Ulordan. j
G. W. Moiris, manager of tho second ,
store, has been confined to tho house
tho past week from sickness.
Julius Aiibineau has been confined to
Ills bed since Monday, suffering from
a severe attack uf the grip.
If you want the local news of the
town and county, sitsorlbo for tho Sun.
Subscription for 1899, two dollars.
KeV. J. M. Baxter received a letter
from a friend In Kingman Monday In
which it was stated that several cases
of small iox wa there, and that
one man was walking the streets with
the booh i ge broken out all over him.
Tho public schools opened thoirdoors
to the reluctantchlldrcn. It's hard for
tho urchin to get over holidays merry
Frank Jarvis, sentenced to ninety
dajs for petlto larceny at Williams,
was brought In by Sheriff Fairchild
A now woman's social will be given"
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evening. January 2D, at ":3l. Admit-'
M. M. Fisher received word that hiH "
wife was sick at Camp Verde. He, in'
company with John Stwgg, left estet
day for tho Verde.
John Skagg came in from his timely ,
on Beaver creek tho early part ot tlnT
week. Ho Is unable to return on ue
count of the snow.
Those desiring their houses or Mores r
fitted with pipe mid fixtures, can have
tho work done promptly and accurately
1 by W. F. Frledleln. l'.Hf
Attorney K. M. Djo returned Thur
j day from Phoenix, where ho has been .
In altenduneo at the Mipreuiu court,
I which convened Monday.
, Governor Murphy was entertained
i b) tho Albuquerque Commercial club
I Wednesday and passed tlirouglwhero'
I Tliurday on his way home. ' '
Tho Httlo iltffeiencei between Mr.i
Sharkey and Mr. McCoy were settled
I Tuesday night by the sailor knocking
' out the kid in the tenth round. I
Kaiser Frankfurter Is sporting a very"
J unique button which he prizes beyond
any campaign button hu. ever saw. It
i is a porcelain picture of his baby.
A wild rumorwasalliuton the streets
Thursday that tho cattlemen and sheep
men lu Chino valley hud had a battle
and that sixteen men had boon killed.
Ilulie Neil received a letter from a
friend at Camp Verde, in Which he