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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 January 1898
.l.iliTiiTj nTWMLiirilmuOmmM kJi VW THE COCONINO 8UN. 13 TO RECLAIM THE DESERTS. MAP OF ARID REGIONS. Tree and Plant for the Arid and Sub'Arid Influence of Natural Surrounding on Na Region. tire Shown. " A systematic canvass of tho world In order to show the close connection will bo made In the next four years to between the region and the social and determine what tree or trees can best Industrial life of the people, the dopart bc made to grow In our arid and sub- ment of ethnology of the National arid riglnm," said Professor B. E. Fur- museum at Washington, D. C, has con now, chief of the division of forestry of structed a relief map In plaster, colored, tho agricultural department, to your to show the geological features of south correjpondent today. "While this Is west Colorado, southern and central tho particular object In vlew.it Is likely Utah, as far as Salt Lake, nearly all of that the search will lead to a systematic Arizona, and New Mexico as far east as attempt by this d...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 January 1898
HKHMIHSaSlEffiafiUiSSbS&MJtsmJtaUa I U TI.IE COCONINO SUX. isitc.ccocauino $u. founty , vrde;!-ta"1 ,lic pa,ronage Is respectfully solicited. TLAOSTArr, ARIZONA. C. M. Fc.nsto.v. bsutd every Saturday, Subscription price.two dolLin and fifty cents a year, io advance. Every paper u Hopped at the eipirattoo of the tune paid (or. C. M. FUNSTON, Editor. FLAGSTAFF, JANUARY 29, 18US. ANNOUNCEMENT. After ten years' labor In the news paper field In Arizona, tlio undersigned fourteen months ago concluded to take a rest, sold his newspaper Interests, and having taken the much needed relaxa tion, enters again the journalistic Held by resuming the publication of I'm: Cocomxo Sux. The publication of a newspaper in Arizona requires, perhap, more hard work and returns less for labor and capital Invested than in any other state .in the union. The hope of every editor In the territory is that It will not always be so that with an Increased popula tion -and the return of better times, a new era ma...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 January 1898
mmmaamBSiKmsamssBssMiMemxamammifr M THE COCONINO SUX. 15 Raids by WUd Horses. In the Arizona papers of late there have been frequent complaints of serious injuries, botli to crops and to pastures, caused by the raids of wild horses. Something like 20,000 of these creatures, it is estimated, aro now roam ing the plains of that territory, and they have become serious nuisances. There is some cause for suprise In the fact that at this late day, even In Ari zona, an animal alien to the country can resume the habits of his almost unmeasurably remote ancestors and can multiply rapidly without care or pro tection of any kind. The horse in domestication is a rather delicate creat ure, subject to many ills and often hard to keep In health, though watched with close attention and allowed to want for nothing whatever. When forced to rely on his own resources, however, he ftlimvtt n nvirL'nil nnnnnttv fni rninmlnff 42. -. , j .. '"""""b f the wild state and for cuardinir himself against enemies...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 January 1898
1 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 ll...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 January 1898
V Till: COCOMVO SUN. 1; I'robate Judge Lay ton furnishes Tut Sux. with the number of marriage licenses Issued In tht! county since Its organisation. In 1891 there were issued 18 licenses; 18112,39; 1803,32; 189-1,30; 181)3,30; 181)0,30; 18117, 21). Total, 214. Juan Villa was adjudged insane by Probate, Judge Layton this week ami was taken to the insane asylum at I'hii' nlx,by Deputy Sheriff W. II. Anderson on Tliursday. Junn spent two years in the asylum, and he will probably be kept there during the rest of his nat ural life. The Tempo correspondent of the Thienlx Herald says: Gem go I. Thorn ton of Williams, who has a large num ber of cattle on pasture near Tempo, while driving cattle Tuesday met with a very painful, though it Is hoped not a serious accident. His horse stepped Into u gopher hole clear up to his shoul- .VjJPder. Mr. Thornton fell, landing on the 4? small of his back, In which position he remained until the horse was raised from the hole. Being a man of 200 pounds w...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 January 1898
;ammmm ji 18 To the Voters ol Fiagstaff. In annotnclng myself as a candidate THE COCOXIXO SUX. In the Right Direction. James P. McGovcrn, thc young rustler tm, Vmv York, has opened n steno- lor wiy ciers expecting iu .: miui uui. --,.,. , . .,, ,,,lh,.t huiid. i know grap' """ '" "- In Va wAnn X Ten til I e nlnnCArl tn 1 e isn;: If you thican do "S and announces that he isnow pre- . . , ., ,, nind to teach Munson's famous snort- your work properly vote for me. Should Pareu lo Itat" iu"s (,,,.. . . r ' i,,l c-.-iom tn vniinir mill Old. face HIS are advertisement in anotlicr portion of this you think me incompetent, snow under Induce your friends who unacquainted with me to vote for the paper. other fellow. I am awaiting your pleasure. J. M. Suiro.v. William Freldlein has just completed a new tin roof on the Vail block. J.J. Donahue Is hating plans made for a second story to his business house. A E. Cheney of Concho, Apache county, has been appointed live stock Coming Entertainment. T...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 January 1898
H fJnVrlliUmSitliBSSMagiSA V THK COCONINO ,SHN. iy THE TOWN COUNCIL hundred dollar ($7,500), provided that .. .'. T Mi(I ,ow" nf Flag.taff may, have tin- The New Proposer, for a Water Supply opton of MmlnK th(. ,,.,5.,,,,, of ,,, from Fort Valley. consideration of said land for one or FnovMFr, A11170VA. Dec. 22, 1897, two years from this date, and of the Pursuant to the call of the mayor ami final rejection of the purchase of said common council of the town or Flag- tract of land In eao the water should staff, a special meeting was held on the fall and the plant he abandoned and above date. Present, .1. W. Francis, removed, and during said two years mayor; J. C. Grim, C. A. Keller ami shall enjoy a fully protected easement David Babbitt, couneilmen, and the upon said tract of land for Its plant and clerk, when the following business was the water aforesaid fully protected, by transacted: the payment of six hundred dollars On motion unanimously carried the (600) per year therefor. Th...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 January 1898
20 THE COCONINO SUN. . imVMVmMHVMMMWif OUR LEGAL NOTES. EDITED BY JAMK3 1. M GOVERN. Tho annual meeting of thocrritorial liar association was lislil at Phccnlx, January 12th, 1893. The following officers wero elected for tho ensuing year: President, Sellm Fr.inklln; vice president, A. C. Hakcr; secretary, Wade 11. Muling; treasurer, Walter Bennett; executive committee, Wlllhm Herring, T. 0. Norrls, T. D. Bennett, E. J. Edwards and Thomas Armstrong, Jr. Colonel William Herring and Chief Justice Street were elected as delegates to tho American ISar association meet ing at Saratoga, N. V., next summer. E. E. ElltnwooJ, C. F. Ainsworth, Will iam Herring and E. J. Edwards were appointed a committee to investigate certain charges preferred against two members of the association. .It was held in Rudder vs. Koopman (Ala.), 1837, that the keeping or largo quantities of dynamite and gunpowder in a .wooden store In a thickly settled portion .of an Incorporated town, in plose proximity to many ...
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 January 1898
THE COCOXIXO 8UX. 21 A New York clergyman, desiring to as a witness. State vg. Meyers (Neb ), have his only son. aged 10 years, choose 37 L. R. A., 423. for himself his life's work, after many futile attempts to make the youngster I w"s held In Macomber vs. Detroit commit himself, hit upon this plan: He Company, 68 X. W., 378, that timber would place in an empty room a copy 6olli '" be removed from land within a of the Bible, a large red apple and a specified time, and which remains uncut silver dollar. He woiild then lock his nt tnc expiration of the time limited, son In the room. If, when he returned, reverts to the owner of the realty, ho found the boy reading the Bible, he was destined for the ministry; If eating At XePhl' flftee" n,,leg east of Phu! the apple, he would follow agricultural nlx' ,he :hl""s lately erected at a pursuits; and if he had taken the dollar c03t of Sim was dwtroyed 7 he should be a politician. What was The flre was Incendiary, the building the reverend g...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 January 1898
8flEEgBLiaaMaMiiBai -I THE COCONINO SUN. FLAGSTAFF f '"ml. jti Ca Real Estate and Mining Exchange. is 5j ;.--- Tne only Reliable Bureau of -: .,. tl JO V9 InfnrmaHnn In NnrHurn Arlinna Kit. aI - ' Si''.r . v ,- . . Accurate Data of Mines in operation, tiieir uutpui ana uom- i 1H. -! If-I ? n - 1- I !.-! 1.I...I II. I... .j mornia uqiiid wrncnanie ann Tnnir nniiiai uamu ssjuwc- ineiuiui tuiuoi i tuoubuioi unu men nutuui imuwi .iii i Information Furnished. '" To the Touiiist respecting scenic points of Interest, how to reach them, and cost of transportation and accom modations. To the llKALiii-si:i:KKit, the climatic Influence on the human system. To the Lnvkstok on Si'Kcui.tion, the various openings to get large returns from capital, both limited and unlimited. To the HoME-SKKKKii, the various opportunities and un limited possibilities of firming In this section. Prices of t. horses, cattle, sheep and hogs. f " Antitnl etnflctli.c tt mil rnennrnne Qnnti fid wotor pit.il V- ''lumber, ...
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 January 1898
TIIE COCOXIXO SUX. 23 Robbed in Midday. Today chronicles a robbery In Pres cott thnt for boldness and daring excels anything in that line thnt has occurred hero for many a day. At 1:05 o'clock p. m., the time of day when the greatest number of people aro on the streets, William Marks was held up at the entrance of the land ofllce by two men and robbed of $285. He had Just come from the Bank of Ari zona, where he had drawn that amount, passed the entrance and started up stairs, when someone from behind him called out. ''Say, I want to see you Just a moment." Mr. Marks, thinking it was someone on business, turned . around and started down stairs, w lien he was confronted with a revolver and the demand : " I w ant that money " He was too surprised to speak, and handed over the amount he had Just drawn, then turned about and rushed V,J up stairs in compliance with the de- nianus ot me uamius. Mr. Murks met Fred Trltle, register of the land olllce, and told him what had htppened. They bo...
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 January 1898
KSBgataaaiifagOiggwfagsflCiaagggB TIIK COCONINO SUN. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. C. H. Fauchcr of Albuquerque spent Wednesday here. Mrs. H.F.WIsahart is visiting friends In Los Angeles, Cal. T. K. Pollock, vice-president of tlie Arizona Central bank, Is in Denver this week. C. K. Hoyco of Williams has pur chased the Tabor addition to the town of Williams. S. L. Hoothroyd and wife came In from the east Thursday. Mr. Hooth royd Is connected with the Lowell ob servatory. It. I). French, a. representative of Los .Angeles business houses, spent Satur day here. He was headed for his home in Preseott. .lames A. May and wife are registered at the New Hunk hotel. Mr. and Mrs. May will probably make their home In Flagstaff. Tin: Su.v welcomes them to the Skylight City. Company I, N. G. A., have received their, new uniforms ami 'he boys arc drilling twice a week, riml as soon as Jhe weather will permit they will be mil on dress parade. Quongnnd Ming, two Chinamen, have leased the Dr. Manning lot on Rai...
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 January 1898
yz Tin: rocoxiN'o sun. 25 John Dutton and wile of lowu are The Flagstaff Electric Light company visiting the family or their nephew, has made a new schedule of rates, which A. A. Dutton. They are on their way takes effect February 1. to i,os Uatos, tai. The gold production of the United States' last year, according to the Wells, Fargo A Co. estimate, was $6.1,655,970,. an increase of $5,000,000 over IKMi. Colorado led, with California second Woodmen of the and South Dakota third. Alaska is credited with a gold yield for 18U7 or 1,571,000 and ISrltish America with 6,175,000. i Government Timber for Mines'. Commissioner of the Land Onice Her- Ileports from the ranges are that stock stood the snow and cold weather, and that there Is no fear of any losses from this source. The K. & A. M World and Independent Order of For esters now hold their regular meetings In the hall over the town hall. C. 11. I'erry is nctlng superintendent of the Needles divlsloiAif the Santa Fe Paeiliu in pla...
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 January 1898
Bga&ssaMaasasKyaaiEs I 20 THE COCONINO SUN. JOHNSON CANYON TUNNEL Repairs Completed Burned Out Again- Will Be Reopened. On Sunday morning, January 1G, at 4 o'clock, Johnson tunnel, on the Santa Te Pacific, was discovered to be on fire, and all cllorts to put it out were una vailing. The tunnel was timbered, and being In loose ground many caves occurred. The holes wcro filled with wood and hundreds of cords were used. This Is the first trouble experienced since the road was built. The tunnel was rctlmbered, tho work being finished Thursday night. Aboiit 8 o'clock lire was discovered In the new timbers, and It was soon beyond con trol, and Is now entirely burned out. It is said that over 200 carloads of old ties were used us lagging in ret I inher ing the tunnel. With this amount of timber burning, some Idea of tho lire can be obtained. Since January!) eight men have been Injured in the tunnel and two killed. Of tho Injured two have since died. The Injured were C. II. Matthews, Jo...
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 January 1898
.-.7rrf'la:wi'iga:' THE COCONINO SUN. 27- i&T ' ' ' '. 'Hfsjjjidjijftf I Coconino Sun, f iii tt Published at Flagstaff, Arizona, jS Every Saturday jjT 0 Or 0 A e un w aPPcar n Magazine form each J? wcck. it win contain illustrations oi a local ijjj character each issue. yjf V It will gather the news of Coconino County Iff W and the Territory. JJJ k lift . $ SUBSCRIPTION PRICEC; $? ci n:r PER ar, k U vPZjDU STRICTLY IN ADVANCE fc . $ 0 tf C.Af. tt a?;, jjj FUNSTON, T Publisher. J'
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 January 1898
IM&M21!M 4 TnK COCONINO SUN, All Work Guaranteed G, N, Baty, Painter Paper Hanger 'ad. V I have the agency for, the largest wall paper manufactory In the United States. 1,000 SAMPLES ' to select from. Gates M. Fowler has produced a spe cies of Arizona violet by crossing the cultivated violet with a species of native wllil violet that nourishes here, that is wonderful,, fragrant, proline; nnd suita ble for this climate, where violets have not been recognized as a poslblo pro duct.' Mr. Fowler has given much attention to the cultivation of violets and roses, and Is very successful with them. He has stock for sale. Ph(cnix Herald. There was about four Inches of snow Tuesday morning in the Tucson valley, and about eighteen inches in the moun tains. This was the fourth real snow fall In Tucson during the last twenty seven years. The others were eipi illy as heavy, one being about n foot, m lilcli fell nineteen ve.irs ago and lasted for two days, and every house in Tucson leaked, for ...
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 January 1898
llUaMWKCHSLjst'J U THE-COgpXIXOSUN. iflfe r y, C, MILtlGAN, ;. . MANUFACTURE Or 5 Brick and Lime, - stationery CONTRACTOR - News Stand. AND BUILDER FflVF CIGARS, Domestic and Havana. Estimates Made on any kind of " stone or Brick Work Fresh Fruits and ConfeetiHtry. HHUROBD flVBItUS. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, . Flagstaff Precinct. Flagstaff Stenographic Institute. 1 BABBITT BUILDING. FLAGSTAFF, A. T. Stenorraphy and Typewrltlni jlmc$ p. McGoverri, Instructor. at short notice. MUnsons pamous System of Shorthand Tanght r. by New Methrjds. Moderate Rates. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Fire Years Practical Experience. Law work Sttt'"ty' I TERMS: $15.00 per quarter, in adrence. Collections Made In all Parts of Arizona. Affidavits. Aireetnents. Bonds, Deeds, Leases. Mortcaces. Wills and Leial tapers of all kinds carefully drawn. NOTARY PUBLIC. TELEPHONE NO. 35. WBflMW!HfawmjiBgTOB335ffla
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 January 1898
32 0 w .fct Mr A ' W"-." arw & iti THE COCONINO SUN. m$ $ What is the Good of good printing? You can probably answer that question in a minute when - you compare good printing with poor. "-You know the satisfaction of sending Vut printed matter that is neat, ship- -'shape and up-to-date in appearance. You know how it impresses you when you receive it from some one else. It ffi tlifff.Lt. ':;;.. .. Mir a f f nub tine isuiuejeiieub uu yiiur uiisiuiuuis, Let me show you what can be done by a kfc im judicious admixture of brains and type. Let me help you with your printing. j m C. M. FUNSTON, -i Flagstaff, Arizona. nBHpn773V2G?V n ?& ft ft ft ft w 7 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 0