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ic tiii: cocoxino sun. Mrs. I.ydla Pattrldge of Williams has made application In tlie probate court for letters of administration on th estate of Henry H. Pattrldge, deceased. The latest addition to the list of Flag staff notaries piddle U James L. Uyrno E. S. Clark and family returned from of the hewn timber department of the I BRIEF LOCALS. Mrs. Samuel A.Fcrrell left Wednes day for a trip to Colorado Los Angeles, Cal., Friday. C. 1. Iiickncll as In from thu Grand Canyon copper mines Thursday. Dr. E. S. Milller left Thursday for Phoenix for a few months' stay in the capital eity. O. K. Davis, vlio Is now a fireman on the Needles division of the Santa Fo Pacific, is visiting relatives hero. Arizona Lumber and Timber company. It Is announce that work will com mence on the Preseott anil hastern rail road, connecting the Ilig Hug and rimppar.il mining districts with Pres eott on March 1. William Ault, freight clerk at the Santa Fe Pacille depot has accepted n position as pumper at llellcniont. Ir.i Hovworth takes the place of Mr. Ault T. J. Itoss and family, w ho have been wri! stopping in Phu-nK for the past three ,c Uarrol) brothcM ,nvo months, returned here 1 ednesday. chnscd the , A .m,,,,.,,, nnch north Mrs. E. S. GoMiey and children loft of Ulordan. The Le Harrons are good Thursday morning for Los Angeles, farmers and they havo a productive where she expects to remain until ranch. snrlnB Thu board of supervisors will hold a Company I, N. G. A., gave another or special meeting on Tuesday, February their monthly social dances in their 1. Hids for feeding prisoners in comity armory last night, and It was an enjoy- jail and for care or indigent sick will be able aflalr. considered. Father Dilly returned Thursday from Mr. Claude E. Hackett. w ho has been a. two weeks' trip through tiie territory, in thu employ or the Greenlaw Lumber He visited Preseott, Phtenlxani! Tucson company ror a long time, leaves the first during his absence. r tlu mth for the east. Upon his Probatu Judge Layton issued a mar- return ho goes to the Klondike. riago license on Tuesday to Elmer E Comstock, aged 'JJ, ami Mary Doty, aged 18, both or Williams District attorney E. S. Clark repre sented the board or supervisors or Coco nino countv at the meetinir or sunen Is- C. T. Lewis and W. H. Goldtran or n ,.r tin, mririiw ,.,intia r ii,,. territory and the territorial boird f control on the 24th hist, at I'luenlx. Flagstafl" merchants have agreed, to cloo their business houses every night F. ;. Held gave an interesting ster- during the week but Saturday. The eopticon lecture In the Presbyterian early closing movement Is a good one church Tuesday, Ills subject being the and has often been tried here, but the Moqul snake dances. Mr. Held Is an merchants have not stuck to it but for a excellent talker, and he was perfectly hort time. It Is to be hoped that it familiar with the subject of his lecture, will jtlck this time. Ash fork were In town Thursday. Mr. Lewis ran n nail In his foot about two mouths ago and it crippled Iitm to such air extent that hu has to Use crutches. 'i.