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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 December 1898
mtS2Z$mm&Sx&M8xSi awm THIi COCONINO SUN. V LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. Fred Hurrington returned jesterday from L'hounlx. Head the adveitisument of the l'io neer drug Mints in this Issue. M. J. Kennedy spent hovur.il dajs this week in Window und Ilolbrook. from Jack Smith's spring will be flow ing into the reservoir next week, which brings the water within three miles of town. The Arizona Lumber and Timber company have their saw mill enclosed and ready for the teel roofing. The frame work of the planing mill and box '. . ... mi.. I. ..11.11 ,, ,, .. 1111 ..I. I laeiOI'V IS go ng up. Aiie iiuiiuiijjjsait: Mrs. P. Harter and child are quite I ' ,h ' . ... .. . " , , ... . . .1 i i i I al extensive ones, and will all bo com- rilck with the measles at their home in , , . ... ,,, ,. ii eted iibout the first of the year. Milton. I' , ., ., , , , .i , i i n ii .1 Messrs. . I. T. Stone and S. P.Knox. This handsome Weatlierford building , , . . . , . , . i. two exceedingly humorous tourists,...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 December 1898
lUU.Mm THE COCONINO SUN. BRIEF LOCALS. ,VVWWVWWWWWWWW'i Saturday, Deckmhkk 3, 18i. Dr. A. Heavenston leaves for Will iams today. A. Hcdewill, the Phoenix piano man, left (or Needles Thursday. T. A. Dean and family have gone back to Texas to live. The Cash Store has just received a new line of Cardigan jackets. George W. Sturdevant, jr., the water works contractor, returned from a trip to Prescott. E. E. Ellinwood leftTuesday for San Francisco on legal business. He ex pects to be away ten days. A. A. Fisher, the insurance man, leaves tomorrow fur Phoenix, where ho will hibernate for the winter. Leave your order at Collin's for turkey, oysters, celery, eranlerries sweet jwtatoes, lettuce, radishes onions and tarries. Mrs. J. ). Donahue left for California the early part of the week, where she had been summoned to thu bedside of a sick mother. Harry Fulton and brother, S. 11. Ful ton, left Wednesday for a visit to their sister, Mrs. C. H. Tappan, hi north Yuma county. Those desiring th...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 December 1898
2iaSssrte35H THE COCONINO SUN. 1F"" 1' , iM know that ho has been chosen for work In a largo Held, and hid him godspeed In his new work. New lino of Stetson hats, in Fedora anil Derby shapes, just received at the Cash Store. George It. Caldwell, representing the Ilocky Mountain News, paid a visit to TUB SUN otlieo yesterday, and left on the morning train for Elizabcthtouti, N. M. He is writing up the towns along the lino of the road for that paper. C. W. Davis has concluded to locate in Hellemont and Iuih taken charge of the iMMiding homo connected with the preservcry plant, and in connection therewith hu will run a commissary. The many friends of Mr. D.vls will be pleased to learn that he will still re main a citizen nf Arizona. Charles Edwards, on Tuesday night at GIoIhj, shot and killed Charles Cn datte and mortally wounded Milton Hrawley. Charles Kd wards is a son of Judge K. J. Kdward, formerly member of the territorial council. Hrawley and Kdwards are well known to many of our...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 December 1898
mmmmmammm 1 UitihSiimUiLM-itl:irts' THE COCONINO SUN. )2MlAMMMi KXRXWfXSKSKSKSKSSSSSgg XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX B ifligr Krfeassrtt' Ik "ttSSE SANTA CLAUS STILL MAKES THE PIONEER DRUGSTORE HIh liL-adquartur In Flagstaff, unci thl juar In; Iiiin left tin unusually luruo quantity of article suluhlu for Holiday Present at tliU store, and our ; HOLIDAY GOODS Arc now oen for tliu Inspection of tlio peoplu of Flagstaff, and wo cordially invito jou to call and SEE OUR DISPLAY-- whether jou purchase or not. i'ou will probably tlnd hoint'ihlnjf In our wtor-k that will plea jou and jou maj want it for OHR1 SPiVT A al e will kep It fop juu until tlmt PIONEER DRUG STORE, 'fe' J. hv. Ruff in, - Manager. Jg MOlGiOaMDjDlOMeOiGMo'BOTRBW y -A.
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 December 1898
tomsHMmaMBBmiBuB&&sS5 TDK COCONINO SUN. it : TERRITORIAL NEWS. jj Kingman Is agitating tlits question of Ineororating rliu town. A move in tliu right direction. The Saginaw mill ami Ikix factory at Williams dosed down lust, week on ac count of u lack of water. Salt Diver valley shipped u carload of oranges to Chicago two week ago, the llrst placed on the market thin sea- Mill. William Camel on pleaded guilty in the Phoenix district court Tuesday to horse-tealing and was taken to the ter ritorial prNon at Yuma. Assessment work Is being done on more claim this year than for man years past, owing to the sale of many mining claims during the pant year. Who says at thin late date the only good Indian Is a dead one? The Mo have Miner says that two hundred In dians, belonging to the steci gang now laying the steel ou the Santa FePuei lie, ure in Kinsman and will soon heat work. Charles II. Knupp, a respected citi zen of l'hoculx and deputy clerk of the district court, died at his h...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 December 1898
HHEKH1H k THB COCONINO SUN. Notice to Te.chen. Tlio next teachers' quarterly exami nation for Coconino county will behold at the court homo at Flagstaff on Mon day and Tuesday, December 5 and (I, 1893. N. G. Layton, Chairman Board of Examiners. Wanted Laborers and rockmen to to work on the Flagstaff water work. Wages, W.00 to 2.f0 per day. Board $4..i0 per week. Apply to Geo. W. Sturdevant, Jr. Ladles' calling card', in the correct stylet, printed in thulatestcopperplate script at th it olllee. PUBLIC OPINION L, 3,000 Papers in 1 FOR THREE MONTHS FOR 25 CENTS You can feel the great pulse of the United States by reading Public Onin ion, which quotes opinions from Atlan tic to Pacific on all important ques tions. In no other way can you liecomo familiar with the sentiment of every state and with the opinions of every faction In esery state. President McKinley, Senator Allison, Senator Hiinnu, Hon. Win. J. Brjan, Tho Gov ernor of Canada, and tho Spanish Le gation at Washington are amon...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 December 1898
teiWims8mMVTi!tfffii TMK COCONINO SUN. Santa Fe Pa, R. R. Co, Condensed Time Card No. 4. (In effect Nm ember SI IK. J LODGE DIRECTORY. .I O" AIUI TltlllK, NO. 8. I. O.K. M. WKST. WIMT.t KAST. tKAHT. HTATKINH. j No. 1. No. a. I Vo 2. No, 1 1000 i 800 p ,J. Chicago A. filpiHIia 1 1 3) u. 9Xi ii.l Kansas City ' Jim u.i soo p. 3) a. 4 30 n.l Denver I Mai p. mi p. 4SS n.lioo n.i I.:i Junta 1 1 1 .'mi a.nss p. 9 0S p 1131 u. AtbuiiueruiiH MOSS p. 6(16 p.. S3) 11. Wlnintlp 1 MR p. 2M a 4 Si p. (iullup , 5 IS p.i I 43 p. 5 4Sn. .. Holbrook 1 3D p. 7(B a. 7 3S p.i Wlhslow USA p. M a. i a. 11 SJ p Flagstaff 10 40 a. n 19 a. II IS a II HI p. William Vii a. Tnr a. liJW p. ISIG u., Ash Fork f ir u. S So a. TtSi p. 1. Ash Fork A tUTi. !Sp. A Jerome. Jc It 4111 a. .., i 10 p. Prci-coti S 10 a. Js p., Congress Je. ,il a...,, ... D : u.' Plural 8M p. . 1230 p. r;itn! r, .Wi Fork a' Kits a. fiSO a. fill p. Pearh Springs 1 4 30 aj 33c) p. a 40 p.. Kingman . 1M) aJUSI a. 54S p I03J p. I The Needles lo....
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 December 1898
jMm(-JLLmsmmsBmmmi A THE COCONINO SUN. T " NOW. i v" t That tlio excitement of the election and the ciruns Ib over. It must bo 't'l remembered that J $ .' Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's 5 Are coming, with their several pleasures, and you will krlmw need a new j 1-;.' Suit of Clothes, an Overcoat or a Pair of Trousers, j Which can be had of S. BAR RO N , tXY&TJ? '4 m V mWhn hiift 11 p.hnli IIiir nt Imnortnri iinri Dttniatli HiumIk In wi)1int. frntn ..r w. . :S."! f.-i' The Affairs of Europe are faithfully portrayed in the original and exclusive cable dispatches which The Chi- CAGO RECORD prints daily from the leading . capitals of the old world. This magnificent ;. special service is in process of being greatly extended so as to include every important city in Europe; and it is supplemented by the full regular cable service of The Assn. 1 " ciated Press. r W !i ilil W it 0k , The Chicago Record, alone of all American newspapers outside New York city, now prints original a...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 December 1898
msmsssssa THE COCONINO SUN. kT" m ft ft m ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Do You Know? ftSpar That wo buy everything, from an elephant to a needle, and pay cash cold cash for it. That's the beginning of' our story. s ZJ, You Do Know That we sell everything in our house so cheap , , the wonder Is how it can be done. The secret i Second-Hand Store ; hmn' the be"1'" yuw- story is ended.' "awiMORR.: David R LEWIS. -I. W. HARPER WHISKY Sold for Medical Purposes! only. J. J. DONAHUE, Sole Agent for Arizona. gfiES3S33&3c2323S3ScS3SSg8eS5 $ J. P. ARNOLDS I Watch and Chronometer Repairer, IS Diploma ot the Horolotrtcul Institute. Locle Switzerland. 27 YEARS EXPERIENCE. S Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Spectacles. Fine French Clocks and Mutic Boiet repaired. Jewelry Menaea ana Hepoiitnea ax Western Union Telegraph Office, Opposite R. f). Depot, Flagstaff, Arizona. S5?9&2Sr39Sa?gS;5S
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 December 1898
.i :wasagtwa..TrflTiiifr ,TnrM,,.wmi-lj..n.t.,..,i,n-,Lj TUB COCONINO SUN. I hare used RIpana Tabules with to ranch satis faction tht I can cheerf u.ly lee 1 ro nd tl em. Hio beta troubled tor about three iara with what I called bilious attack! 0 imlne on regularly one a week. Was told by dUerent puyt'ilans that it waa caused by bad tceib, of "tiled I bad several. I bad the teeth extracted, liul the at tacks contlnurd. I bad (ecu adrertlacmrnU of 1 bare been a great sufferer from oonsttpatioa forou-rfi.e Jean. :.-tl li.g giro B any relief. Lr fret auJ kg and abdo-nen ware bloated 10 I could Dot wrur shoe 01 toy f ct and only a loott deess, I ar Itlpani Tabules advertised Iti our dally pa pi r. tmuubt imo ard took thorn a direct ed. Havj uUn them about three weekaand than Is such a ihacre I 1 as sot constipated any mora RIpana Tabulea In ell the papers liut bad no fallh and I owe It ail ti 1'Jpam Tabules. lam thirty In them, but about ill weeks s'nee a frlind la ducd me to try them. ...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 December 1898
i '1 ' immammsmiBtsssi I'll 12 (U( O.VIXO SUN. . i z ,; ; sfcr "' tf"K' A Complete Line of Witches, Clocks, Jewelry, Sihcrwire tod SpecUcles. THE - Post Office Jewelry Store Repairing neatly done and guar' anteed. 21 YEARS' EXPERIENCE. J.A.MAURER. 5. HOCC KVYVXXW.v- Stationery and- News Stand, FINE CIGARS, Domestic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectionery. HAIMCOADAVKNUK jSYKES BROS., - ;: MACHINISTS and : MENDERS of any old thing. r SYKES fLOCK. !' i FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA, fc r THE SUN. Wants your Job Printing 'yj'iuiiii
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 December 1898
BtSzsssssassBsm - '-i-iii. cOCONINO SUN. u :i u FLAGSTAFF Real Estate and Mining Exchange, The Only Reliable Bureau of Information in Northern Arizona. Accurate Data of Mines in Operation, their Output and Com mercial Value. Prospects, and their Actual Value, Information Furnished. To the tourist respecting scenic oints of Interest, how to reach them, and cost of transportation and accommo datlons. To the --Health-seeker, the climatic influence on the human yetetn. To the Investor or Speculator, the various openings to get large returns from capital, Imth limited and unlimi ted. To the Home-seeker, the various opportunities nnd un limited possibilities of fanning in this section. Prices of horses, cattle, sheep and hogs. Actual statistics of our resources, such as water, coal, lumber, building stone, sand", lime, brick, copper mines, silver and gold mines, asbestos water storage for irriga tion and electrictical possibilities. We handle on commission all kinds of property and have n...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 December 1898
" ..t:fl Cb i Coconino Sum VOL. XV. FLAGSTAFF, DKCKMBKK 10, 188. r. A tlOtDAN. tUtutrr. U. I. flOtDAN, Stcrtunr i F. V SISSOS, Tmurtr. ' ' Ij ARIZONA f LUMBER AND TIMBER , ij companf, ''- . ;L ! I Msaubcturcrs of "' " " " A " ! Native Pine Lunfes hj l 1$ Props, Stulls, Boxesr Lath; v , , j; ;J Piling Shingles. ij Ties. Lagging. Sash and Doors. ;I .ijs t ...' ' Flagstaff,, Arizona, l '"(V. t't- .'.'., '"' aW-i'; r3 No. 40. r.f
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 December 1898
BaaaawiMiihywn.ft;ittaiiuiSiMaa TllK COCONINO SUN. V ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. Interest Paid on Time and Sayings Deposits. Drafts Sold Upon all For eign Countries. We have an extensive Patronage and Correspondence through-' out Arizona, and invite your Banking Business upon Liberal and Conservative terms. T. . POLLOCK, President. r T. E POLLOCK, Cashier. C. H. EDWARDS, Assistant Cashier. , C, MILLIGAN, MANUrACTURtn or Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER -. Estimates Made on any kind of Stone or Brick Work. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Flagstaff Precinct. PliquorstoreI I JULIUS AUBINEAU. I DCALCR IN f I WINES, WHISKIES I J LIQUORSGIGARS Quietest phee in town. N J No gambling allowed. L Family Trade Solicited. S gBBteiS8Sil &mmmmsz;
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 December 1898
- Cfye Coconino Sun. Vol. XV. FLAGSTAFF, DECRM13KK 10, IMS. No. -Hi. GENEROUS VICTORS. United State the Only Country to Pay for Property Taken in Time of War. When It was firt rumored in Kit row tiiai the United State would offer money to Spain a one consideration for the Mirrender of the Philippine, someof the foreign newttpdpcis remark d Incredulously thut the world would believe the millennium wa ut luind when a victor offer to buy of the van quished Hliut territory It delred, and especially so when the territory bad Iwen virtually conquered. Germany took loth territory and money from France: Russia took lolh territory and money from Turkey, and Turkey in urn took both territory and money from Greece, orntlcasi demanded them. In spite of F.urojiean iuciedulity, thi offer of money ha leen made, and fiirtheimote, it is not unprecedented. Fifty years ago thin country utterly defeated Mexico and wa in a xsltion to compel the acceptance tf any term It dictated; but in eomenation for t...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 December 1898
5" KetsSsSSfK mmmmmmmmm A THE COCONINO SUN. SIDE LINE FOR CONDUCTORS. Incidental Earning of Pullman Employes Who Run Into Mexico. Speaking of incidental earnings of Pullman car employ es, the Pullman con ductor who have u run In and out of Mexico have u "aide line" that, in com parison, a big fit pension it) nowhere. As a money broker or exchanger, the average banker ean not begin to com pete with him in business transacted and profits footed up. This is how lie gets in his good work- Every tourist who goes to Mexico from the United States gets a large amount of his mon ey changed Into Mexican coin. The Pullman conductor knows this as well us any one, and to oblige the traveling patron he ulwajs keeN a "surplus" of the free silver on hand. Hu favors the traveler with the Mexican currency without neessitating the latter to get It on the "border," but does ho ex change even mlniH the exchange? Never! A double margin is charged- one for the trouble of handling the money and the other t...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 December 1898
k THK 'COCONINO SUN. 1 7? - TERRITORIAL NEWS. Diphtheria In reported in Phoenix. Tlie rallanad euuliutl Globe on the r.th In-t. At Solomonville lust Sunday night two men wen: discovered stealing corn from I. K. Solomon's corrull. Clmrlie Solomon look a shot ut one or thorn (Davis by name) and brought him down with a bullet in hl wide. The other man was also captured. Kingman will soon be supplied with a full assortment of soloous -eight in all. This is probably a greater number of saloons to the population than any other town In the territory. And jet less drunkenness prevails theru than iiiuuy of the small towns of Arizona. II. It. Warford, a returning Rough Itlder, came in Sunday night from Nuw York. Ho reports having seen Captain MeOlIntock and expecta him to return in a few days. He also Miys Itough Itlder Campliell, of Tempe. left for Georgia a few days ugo to Join Me Oord's regiment. Phoenix Herald. .)oe Woods huppend toquite a serious accident hist week. While sparring in fuu...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 December 1898
H&ubsbl-jJLML gaa SEWRHWB THE COCONINO oUN. I EDUCATIONAL PAGE. KDITEU BY MALVKItN MMMICK. " Koport of the Flagstaff public school for tho month ending December 2. First Primary Department. Mrs. Floronco Olnoy, Teacher. Number days attendance Mil Number dajs absence 1 Number of tardinesses 13 Number of boys enrolled 21 Number of girl enrolled 33 Total enrollment 51 Average number belonging 4'J Average dally attendance 48 Percentage of attendance !S New pupils for the month 4 Names of those neither tardy nor absent: Muud Brooks, Roberta Weutli erford, Minntu Davis, Beulah Thurber, Lizzie Klosterme.er, Francis Smith Josiu Basslt, Charlie Outton,, Eddie Cheruenka, Georgle Shiptnaii, George Knop, Joe Beeson, Willie Wilcox, Hazel Bush, Bertha Arnold, Ella Vail, Nellie Klosterme.ii er, Mary Black.Julia Pudla, Harry Hibben, Kuy Perkins, Ferrel Traverse, Alfredo Vigal, Horace Eilnjrger, Nebtor Padla, Koy Church. Total 27. SECOND PRIMARY DEPARTMENT Miss Clara Finnic, Teacher, Xumler days...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 December 1898
ifjtes!LJ332 THE I.OCONINO SUN. . ir' -f Number absence -Id..! Number turdinees 14 Number hoy i. enrolled l( NuiitlMif trirlrt c'iit-olfcl 17 Total enrollment ,'L't Average iiiiiuIhm- belonging 28.7."i Average daily ultcdaiicts 2ti." Percentage nf attendance !)2.." Now pupil-, for tlie. month 2 Names of tlio-o neither tardy nor ;il sent: I.c din Greene, Wllllu .lone-', I'urley Vim Dcivn. Fred Grim, Grace Oritii, .Mln.i June!. Yettlc Manning, Florence Howell, Hugh Hiineli. Tot.il 1). 8UMMAKY OF" Ohl'AKTMKNTS. Number c a.s attendance .'IJll.," I Number days abenco 1-1 ).." Number tardiiiu.es 81 Nuuilfcr Isiys enrolled '.l.'t I Number girls enrolled 11(1 , Tut ul enrollmen.t 2(KI Average dnhy attendance... 10.2") Aveiuge number belonging.... 1"" I'etrciituge of attendance iO.tMI , New punilsfor the inoulli 12 , Neither tardy nor aheiit 78 Days uught 18 The number of eaie of taitline-s w etc, fur Sep.embcr tftf, for October! Nil, (or November 81. Tlio number will be still Miuillur for D...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 December 1898
t&SSnRid x 'i'HK COCONINO SUN. he i&ocQttlno itt. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. Entered In tho J'ostoBIco ut Flagstufl us hccond class matter. Isvued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollar and fitly cents a year. In Advance. Every paper In stopped ut the expiration of the time paid for. C M. FUNSTON, Editor. Flaostakf, Satuhday, DE3. 10, 18!3. WEALTH IN A CAME SUPPLY. . There ure a number of people living in Arizona w ho object to tho law which protect our game and I hey should read tha following from tho pen of Hurry Payne, editor of Field Sports, and who Is u lover of field sports. "One of the greatest sources of wealth of thu statu of Maine today is her game supply, and from it alone she is now receiving annually from outride capital upward of four million dollars expended in the state by visiting sports men. "With a proer protection of our game, it will not be long before our Htale will bu reaping a benefit three times as great, for the game of the east Is rapidly disappea...