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"ffl-frir- - . d ., i. ,- rz
Tin: coconi.no sun.
Mrs. Sam IC1 tij. of Atuhi-nti, Ivan.,
arrived tills morning. Mrs. Kinjr is :i
daughter of Mr .1. R Hawks.
Aslitnn Nubeker and .1. I... Kontz, of
Tiilui CIt,, are in town mill will re
main until uTter the -eion ot district
Miss m Hunter, teacher in tliu
primary depu tiiiuiitofcitirpiibliusctutol,
returned this moruinr fiom her liomo
ill Mi IHII'i.
II.C. Hlhhcn. deputy clerk of the
hnrd of supervi-ois. bus completed the
duplicate u esment roll, mid the
foiling l reiisurer can now receive your
tuxes for tliu .eir l!()0.
C. II. Alyerl. the Tuba City mer
ch int, Is in town. He is eireul.it in;.' 11
petition for :iu increase in the uiiiil
-erviee fioiu this p,ux to Tuh.i City.
Tliu service i now twice :i week and a
mail three time- u week Is what i-desired.
I. II. (1 mini, superintendent of forest
reserve for New Mexico and Arizona,
and A. T. Herman, supervisor of the
Grand C iiiyou fore-t re-erve, and V.
II. Pierce left Thursday for th.it por
tion of the reserve lyiiiL' north of the
Colorado river. Hut little is known of
fils section by the interior department,
and Mr. Ilanua litis hecn mmii to that
section to examine It and make a lepoit
t the depai tment.
Mr. George Hammond and Mi-s
Florence Unwind were married at
William-, on Sunday . September !, l!l(X,
Hew A. M. Gibbon- olliciatinjr Tliu
hrlde i- one of William fair daughter
and foi meriy an accomplished and
popular teacher in the public schools
of that place. Mr. Hammond i- the
efficient bookkeeper for the Arizona
Lumber & Timber Co. Tin- happy
pair will le-ide in KlajjMatr Their
home for the pre-ent is at the Hotel
We.it he fold.
A Close Call.
A hunting pui t compo-ed of W. II.
Thonip-on, W. G. Henry, Itlchatd Kil
iiiimkI.soii, H. H. Hoxworth and .1. K.
Dellosear had a sueces-ful li nn t i nr
trip this week. They killed four deer,
and a mountain lion. The killing of
the lion wat llie exrltlnj; pn t of the
tiip. Tliu lion had been wounded in the
hind le by Thompson. Hoxworih and
Thoinp-ou followed the trail of the
wounded brute. The former was in the
lead, when -uddenly the lion r-piant;
fiom behind a inekand lauded in front
of him. He -truck the lion across the
nose witli hi-tfiin and started for a tree
near by, but before he could teach a
-afe place I lie lion caught Hoxwnilh'n
foot, teal iii hi- -hoe, and nearly pulled
him from tliu tiee. The animal then
turned on Thoiup-im, who -hot it in tliu
head before it could reach him. The
lion was a lareone, and Mr. Thomp-on
has the -kin and is proud of his ttophy.
Crazy on Religion.
1. It. 15. Sheidler, who has been
-topping near the old Prime ranch on
the Veide road, while under an attack
of iu-auily on Saturday law, mutilated
himself in a shocking manner. He
was biouht to town and placed in the
county ho-pilal and will recover from
his -eir-inllicled injuries She'liller
was examined in the probate court
today as to hi- sanity, and was de
clined in-ane. flu is a monomaniac
on the -iibjeet of religion ami he In
jfounj to start le the worlil with a new
.1. V. Hawk-, who has been sunVrinir
from an Injury received several warn
nj;o by lietntf tlnown from bin wajfon
w bile tr intr lo slon a rnn.ivvav lim-n
on 'I'll u I'm in submitted to llie'ainputa
tiouofhls riht foot just abole the
ankle. Dis. Hohin-ou, Hraiineu mid
.Maiiiiiuir pecfoniied the operation.