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title: 'The Coconino sun. (Flagstaff, Ariz.) 1898-1978, April 21, 1900, Image 12',
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THE COCONINO SUN.
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Mrs. .1. H. Llml is seriously ill this
It ruins uud it snows two days In a
W. H. Curroll loft esteid.i) on a
trip to Willeox.
T. E. Pulllum mid film 11 rutin tied
from Los Angeles this morning.
F. A. Doherty came up from Wil
liams yesterday to lead the orchestra
m the hull of the Toi psichorcau Cluli
Uefore ordering jour spring Milt ex
amine the samples of suiiinal 1. K.
We'atherfoid & C'o.'s. They also keep
ready-made clothing always on hand.
Max Salman, wife and child of
Williams are now on their way to
Europe. They will upend the eomitiir
,eiirutthe l'aris exposition and with
relatives In Germany.
A landslide in the It.itnn, N. M.,
tunnel on Wednosduy dt'l.i.ed all pis
sender trains forty-eight hours. The
doluyed trains arrived here from the
east between !) and 12 lust night.
Gus Freudenber'f was in fiom his
raneh on the S.iu Francisco divide
to-day and suys ihutull the wuler holes
and springs, which were diy l.i-a full,
lire now full of water, and thcgioutid
Is in line condition for putting in the
C. II. Perry, inasterof traiwHi tution
of the inouiitain division of the S.inta
Fe I'liclliu railroad, h.is caught the
Capo Nome fovr and will leae for
that golden coast on May 1. May he
he lucky enough to gut gold enough to
huy a railroad of his own is the wish of
his many friends in Arizona.
S. S. Acker of the Apuchu Maid
ranch, 40 miles south of liere, was In
town several days this week. lie says
that an abundance of rain has fallen in
that section during the past month.
Stoneman lake has plenty of water In
it, and all the water holes from that
point to Mormon lake at a renewed.
The roads over this divide ate passahle
only on horseback.
Tho University Extension Associa
tion has urrunged with Dr. E. V.
Fewkesof the Hureau of Ethnology to script at this olllee.
open the spring eouro of lectures at
assembly hull, public school, with a
discussion of the piehistoiic ruins near
Flagstaff and some intoiesting history
of the M(Kui Indians and their ceto
monics, on Wednesday evening next at
8 p. m. A uoidial invitation is ex
tended to all. Admission fiee.
Death of George Hitt.
On Tuesday uftei noon the neighbors
of George K. Hitt weie attracted by
tlie bark in;,' of his dog, which was shut
ill) In his house. On going to the house
and looking through a window they
saw Mr. Hilt lying on the lloor. the
dog would not allow them to enter the
house, and was mi ..avugo that he had
to he killed hefoic entrance was had.
Mr. Hitt was partly drecd, and It was
supposed thai he was sti icken with up-
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wg. He was taken to the residence of
his sou, Clark Hitt, w'here ever atten
tion was jjiujii him by lelalUes and
friends, hut he leiiiaiued uiiconsclnt
until his death, which occurred lit' i
o'clock Thursday afternoon. '
Deceased was about tCi years of age,
a native of New York, and came here
si yeuis ago. He was .in excellent
citizen and liked ly all who knew him.
He leaves a son, resident here, and two
daughters, who live in New York. The
funeral takes place to d.iy from the M.
E. church at - p m. Interment will be
made in the A. O. U. W. cemetery.
A Hot Shot.
Hon. W. .1. Brum spoke fiom the
rear platform of the limited ut Gallup
lust Friday. At the close ir his speech
thecitietis piescutcd Mr. Biyan with
a line Nawijo blanket. After the train
pulled out Mr llryuu spieud out the
liliiuket to examine it better. Inside
he found a cud on which was wi itteu:
"Dining this udininistiation the wool
In this blanket hells for 2:! cents per
ImiuihI. under the Democrat udmluistru
lion it sold for (i cents 'per H)iind.
Please tell jour constituents." Hol
Ladies' culling cards. In the correct
fetyles, printed in thelutestcopper-plutu