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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 23 April 1896

Hte V8g&2&&V8BB8M .mit, A-v ,v. 'fc'-.jtL Cj -S ifrti. . Jt.,'..'v . .5tr-H - -.vastofr JsiWff .-... u&$3&&sm UsS 'S3-, v mmmmmammmmmmmmammtmmmmmmmmmim , FISHERMEN DROWNED. A cli(inntr Overturned and Mne Lives Are Lost. Xrw Hinror.n, Mass., April 2a Nine Oloueester fishermen were lost off l,on.' Island on Friday night when the tishin&r schooner J. W. Campbell of Gloucester was sunk in a bquall. The seven survivors arrived here last night to teU the story. They were brought into port by the Gladiator from the schooner Norman, which picked thera up after tlioy had spent an entire night and uiiy in an open boat without food. The sinking of the Campbell was re nurkable in several respects. The fatal 'quail was ono of the most sud den and terrific in the memory of tho surviving seamen. When it struck her the cssel careened under the terrible blow and all realized that their lives wore in danger. Seven of the 10 sail ors quickly elambored up tho masts. X.i soon...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 23 April 1896

Jfc&i&di CSt . -i.vi 'vFi""- - js-- rj.- .gjisKm2fci23& far --l ,2HfcMl& KS) . if.!1 WS J'Yffll ?' if 1 "I'M1 ' !l'i'j w 1 l IS ! Si ' V'4 If . K ' ;. I Wat ..' iU.kfa1 I ' I1! ft I ,KLLU s;r i I t ' 1' S to t ?!' i i ii m ' m ?' lit 1 FU J : i ' t ' . .V. i J 1v Wf n.iiriKafl r .r w n r ,n n nffi''lEvi 'lKHHivt,i:lH Ml if t Mill iNill 1 l'- .'.. .JSIFT L f . i' v toia ,r 1 't ;?: s! I"! ' 8 TUPELO THE GREAT. In Mississippi's far-famed town Named Tupelo, rrotectlon has been voted down. Cheat Tupelo! A tax for revenuo's enough. ? The Wilson tariff that's the stuff I And reciprocity Is cuff In Tupelo. They've got a rattling board of trade In Tupelo. A thousand people every shade In Tupelo. Protection's dead beyond a doubt. They've knocked tho tariff down and out. Let all the world get up and shout For Tupelo. Fame's loudest trump henceforth shall sound For Tupelo. Its name shall ring tho earth around. I'roud Tupelo! And pilgrims, all tho ages through, Will come In crow...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 23 April 1896

,- . mm$j&4& ;i--mp .2. . HH g incocouiuff jfem. I I1UKSDAY, APRIL 16. 1896. MU'tLKTO TIIK l'UIILIU. AH contracts and bllU for advertising pay. abl muni lily. Advertising rates given upon application. ltUbUic locals 10 cents per lino for first In--ci i lo" und Scents per lino for euch suuso ijiicni Inseitlon. Tiik Cocom.no Sun Is pleased to contribute In public matters, but all noilcos of festivals, (jus. meetings of societies, support, onter iiiniiiuiitM and mention of mat Wages, births ami death beyond tho regular annouueo iMcnt. Hi bo churgod for at logulur rates. CITY SUNBEAMS, Hurtles fur ti-tit ut Collin's. Um s Kliigsiiiff huvo n aunltury com- iiifiunur, iintl if so ulio is tliuutUi'iiil? Hood's Tills uru purely vcgulublu und tin not purgf, p.tiu or gripe. All illlVglil!". J I, Dniigurrty is hiilliling a two si i iiwellliijl I'ppo&Hu lliu lVi'klittl'l- jll (MlMIUIIU. I'm fc.iW- A foiiiliorsv power. It is tiii-i'liis iiml will bo sold i-liriip. Ajplj loE. Mliipplr....

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 23 April 1896

va, K,JWL, xji 'aUeiKstigaateBs-. .ost f'li 1. k&4 . 4li. ITl.I j f 1. . ' ,tf : Mi .. iPi .i W ' 1 t . i .nw.if 11 ! ' '' iW U T ! i I kN i , S . ! H fir.r ' -7 V ttsv i .i i r I '-VI ivi j K & 1 1 S ,'. K. " ' .1) i, . 1 Hi '.'. Ili::!l! S f . tr I K!R1 ' w. ', , i hi-1 1 V 'll,? f ' i I'lMHv Hi;, Wit 7 ' IWi ! J wun 11.1 i' ''In hil ! '. Is. II ' V ll hc (Suramin jsfwu. $ A. GOOD TEMPLARS' COLUMN, Edited and Managed Under tho Aus pices orrinestn.fi Lodge, I. O. U. T. Contributions ot an appropriate nature are solicited for this column, und should bo ad dressed to Box 121, Flagstaff. All such con tributions, however, are subject to approval by tho editors. Lodge meets every Satur day ovoning at 0. A. K. Hall at 7:30 o'clock. Visiting members Invited to attend. 0. N. Batv. Chief Templar. ITho editor ot The Sun It not responsible for for anything that may appear In this column.) GOVERNMENT 1JY BREWERY. Tho following nblo nrticlo is from tho pen of President Georgo A. Gates o...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 30 April 1896

w &uaiMg AJ,...-ffi J jshs'i . . juubcm-3? Territorial .Library l)e C0C0ttina Ifedtlg mt n 'R ?i 1 n VOL. XIII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1896. NUMBER 34. ,fS " '' IK . t ' M iiyssijS FOR INTERIOR There's nothing we know of lays over a good mince pie this time of year. The same can be truly be said of our lumber. X5COOOOOOOOOC The - Prices - OCOCOOOOOQOO i THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., FLfGSTfFF fVRIZONft. G. N. BfTY Has secured the agency for Alfred Peats' Prize WfLL FftPBR. Don't fail to see the 61,000 prize designs for this year. They are the handsomest and most artistic papers in the market and are better made than those of any other manufacturer. The New York World says: "None so beautiful, so per fect or offered so cheap." The Chicago Tribune says: "They will be in great de mand by people of artistic tastes." The Boston Globe says: "Handsomer and better made than papers that cost three times as much," 400 SAMPLES TO SHOW YO.U, Representing a stock of o...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 30 April 1896

isiSbiS&.i!! HilWi. fr s.3j Wj&&lJf m wtf - 'ii..-. --.,.' ,.v iJ'J"-. &WKWS.!lL?! jsjis!BrjjBB!fc,& i MMm gsEm. j'MmAMmPmmmjjm i-JSSaiSiiflMlaii - " f A m K 4 i' ' i v :n $ 'i ( $. ' k i; mi ',? i'M if IP V H. ! -ms !'M II 4! xt (frotanhw Jwu. C. M. Fukston. Editor. THURSDAY. APRIL 30. 1896. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. OnoYcur 1 1 CO Six Months 128 Three Monthj 75 Address nil communications and make all remittances to C. M. FcssTOx, Flagstaff, Arizona. Advertising rates siren upon application. Entered at the Flagstaff post office as second-class matter. I "I I . w H IIIBVslA mW uAHmm ww L &ttr,JiXWi lftV mmsKtm h v THE ooo Ml CALEN- 2 V TOWN 00UN0IL. WATfrs swmmWAWmM J0.JLLJIL I3.J4 J5.J6. 17J8.JL9M2L22M Sil 25 1801271281 89130 WKATIIKU. Below Is given thehlgbcRtand lowest points registered by the thermometer In Flagstaff during thu month to this dato: APRIL. Date. Maximum Minimum The Newly Elected C'ouncllmen Take Their Seats. The Town Council met Saturday afternoo...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 30 April 1896

r t xmMhmMWMmwmMMmummm ''ifjm rf-"-- A. p. A. AGAINST BLAND. .., Wti Inn licTiiut Member o( thsltoman C.ithollo Church. St. Low, April 24. Tho Rcpubllo ,avk Every Imllcatlon points to a bit ter fit,'1'1 ou "s,Hver D'cl" Wnml In tho eTCt of an effort being made in tha Chiciiro convention to nominate him or the presidency of the United Mate-. It has leaked ont that Mrs. iMand is a devout member of tho Cath die church, ntul has raised her chil dren m tt faith. The opposition to the n umnatlon of tho great sixteen to one ''roe silver apostlo will come from the members of tho A. P, A. As fur as coj' 1 lo learned here. Wand is not a member of tho church, and is liul nod to be liberal in his views of religion, but tho members of the -eoiet relisrio-politlcal organiza tion tli.it u ill opposo his nomination, ED i Ins election if ho succeeds in being nora n.ited in spite of their opposition, wi 1 lift spare It tin for that It is sutln ieut for them to lenow that a member of the family is all...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 30 April 1896

ft , B&3&BBf & mt H ff W M n J I H. a ?tt pW 'l ft'r. mm iff M IL t THE LIFE OF GRANT. Probably Without ParaUol In the History of tho World. Sow the Hauler of Wood anil Tanner! Clerk Hoho to lie a Leader of Men and tlie Head of a (treat Nation. Written for This Taper. The character of Grant is one of the -most unique in all history. It is doubt ful if his case can bo paralleled among any people of any age. Hud he died when Sumter was fired upon the word "failure" would hae been propeily written off against the sum of deeds In the body. Yet he was nt this timo 39 j ears of age and had essayed many things in his somewhat eentful life, in nil of which he was unsuccessful. Ed ucated in West 1'oint he showed no love for the soldier life, was careless in his lit tire and oftentimes remiss in his stud ies. Seeing service in Mexico he did his duty, jet nffoided no evidence of su perior skill as an officer or of excep tional bravery to warrant promotion. After he w as made captai...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 30 April 1896

"' ,-A .-&?. vu,;, sR -gMft- .jwfflW'yJg,l '- - a-J?ff'3ayaaiiaai ,rj. ghc 0coutn0 gun rrPrianiy EVEBY THURSDAY 'yTnpstafl the county scat of Coco- 0no county. IT'S VERA WEEL. tfi ven vveol. throughout tlio day, w hon ta i n I v. '' v. rk or I'lWt To thlnlv a man tan llc aluay 1 l'oot a v Ifcy. Ifs v era vv col vv lion oln'es ore new, To thlrk t!un '11 alwnvs last Just so, jrd look as well ns thej donoo, Wl'oot n wlfey. put when the holes be-Tln to s'iow, The stitches lip. the buttons uo, what In the wail's a man to do Wloot a iv Key? It's imi eel w lien skies aro clear, hen filen's aie true, and lassies dear. To think je'U gang through lite, nao fear, WToot a wlfey. nut clouils will eomo tlio skies athwart. LaK3 will marrv, frlcn's maun iart: w lut th.n can cheer our saddened heart? A dear, wee, wlfey. It's von weel when joung and hale, Kut w hen J ou're auld, and crazed and frail, And jour blithe spirits 'gin to fall, You'll want a wlfey. But majhap then the lassie dear Will t...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 30 April 1896

W&& ;..-.& isi;MiamlM I? 3' V fc. i'JTl l If fff n Iff F ' m ill I ' I I 1 'IL ' i ' ft ,fiii Mttl ? (ft? 1, F , . i ' .) PUBLISnED SVEBY THURSDAY At Flagstaff: the county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. According o the New York Sun 18, 000,000 voters participated in the presi dential election of 1S93 and 12,500,000 voters. It is computed, will taUo part in the presidential election this year. Li Huso Ciiao, the eminent Chinese viceroy, who has gone to Russia to at tend the coronation of the czar, took with him on his trip a casket, in which he expects to be burled when he dies. Pr.oF. John Fishn predicts that a great religions rovival will corao sur passing even that of the 13th century, the era of great cathedral building. His theory is that a period of, sceptic ism is succcetlcil by one of faith. A ircCEXT dispatch from Londcmaid that the crao for bicycles rc as spread ing into the strangest corners of the earth, the ameer of Afghanistan hav log1 sent for a...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 30 April 1896

. -iar-Ai " jj&. MnmmsMsmr r&gS3 - .; ra?ta4gfr;' TTS?ari ih':oconin0tttt. HILlteUAY. APRIL 30. 1896. M)llti:T TIIK I'UIII.HJ. v tr n ts mill WIN 'or ndvcrtNlns PJ abu i onilily AdcnliS rate given upon apiMeiitluii. L,, lu. ills lOconM per lino for first In ,0,"ioii i"l Si-rntsperllna 'or earli MiHe- OUCIll IIIMJltlOll. Tut i ocomsoScs N Pleased to contribute .',, m.nteis.luitHllnoileesoff.stlvjIs, ,, " mi i tin-'- of societies, supper, cnter , , ,,. m .titI iiivnttoti of iiiarrlamM, births i,'i iie nli- lioviiml tlio regular annouuee " , ui i be Unwed for at regular rates. CITY SUNBEAMS. K i, , fur I nil ill CiitHll's. -,,,. ii i!t fn iii 15 up jiuiilMiiaile f, up. :ii AII.isIit & Cii.'s. lw ilniiik- "i-if lined ?5 mi-Ii liy j ii. 'i M' i-fTiu-ilsiy. I 1). niiiciiiilc County Centiul C 11111111111' i- in m'!"" l-tliy. j i . L.una IIiiwxoilli will reojien ,1,, i Ii i.iiiiii mi Moinlnv, Ajull 4. ll.i I.it Cli.inw Mining cum puny .,. -I iiiin: -iiilii' t the (ii'Hiitl H I, ...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 30 April 1896

juftw&fcjasia vM tf M i'W ft i f M t 1. , !i t j ?1 U1 ,it Si i k h M .it. .Mi 't L, t ml glue (j0couiuor jlitu GOOD TEMPLARS' COLUMN, Edited and Managed Under the Aus pices of riasslon Lodge, I. O. U. T. Contributions ot tin appropriate nature are solicited for this column, und should bo ad dressed to Box 121. FliisstalT. All. such con tributions, however, are subject In approval by the editors Lodge meets every Satur day evening at 0. A. It. Hull at 7:30 o'clock. Visiting members Invited to ttttend. O. N. Batt. Chief Templar. ITbe editor ot The; Bcn Is not responsible tor for anything tbut may appear In this column.l OOVEKNMENT 11Y HIIEWEUY. (Concluded.) What had this emplnyoTlono ? Hatl he in nny way interfered with tiro obli gation of a common carrier resting up on his employers? Had ho him'ered their doing their full duty to eveiy public interest? Not in tho slightest degree. He had simply cast his ote ns an alderman in faor of good otdei in tho community He had done noth i...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 7 May 1896

jggMaftgtwgggaga (the (Ciuoiiiiui VOL. XILI. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1896. NUMBER 35. &mBk. :mm mmjmmmMSfmrntimmtmim ... . v. . Itlcchli) .1 FOR INTERIOR FINISH There's nothing we know of lays over a good mince pie this time of year. The same can be truly be said of our lumber. it" o; Delegates to St., Louis Will (Jo Uninstruoted. iOOOOOOOOOOOC The - Prices - Are - Right. 000000000000 l'rlnolplea -latAtlupted Mo- i KlnleyiKndored.tf i .. THEARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., FLfGSTfFF fRIZONfl. G. N. BfTY- Has secured the agency for Alfred Peats' Prize WfLL P5RPBR. Don't fail to see the $1,000 prize designs for this year. They are the handsomest and most artistic papers in the market and are better made than those of any other manufacturer. The New York World says: "None so beautiful, so per fect or offered so cheap." The Chicago Tribune says: "They will be- in great de mand by people of artistic tastes." The Boston Globe says: "Handsomer and better made than papers t...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 7 May 1896

HllliM ' ' " ' ' '- i II ! W 1 . : i - - I s saw ; mim ;mi '- , , , ,tii i'i! m. nil -,i 4i t & ttfto, ? U V n ' v, 2 , a !)' I M pU 'C' h 1 if fel W 1M M&W mU ??f y 8 IK. OUR WASHINGTON LETTER, Six (frottmino Jwu. C. M. Funston, Editor. THURSDAY. MAY 7. 1896. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ono Year I S CO Six Month! . its Thrco Months . 75 Address all communications and make all remittances to 0. M. Fukbton, flagstaff, Arizona. Advertising rates given upon application' Entered at the Flagstaff post office as sec onu-ciass matter. feffloSiWS PfrAVs 5JJHIMQNT(JEWtDlTH()irRII8AT AA-JLA.JiJLJL i0.1LJlJ3 J4J5.JiL J7 18. 19 20:21. 22 23 Jtfg 1 20 127 gal 29l30 WEATHER. Below Is given the highest and lowest points registered by the thermometer in Flagstaff during the month to this date: MAY. Date. Maximum Minimum n m 72 30 t 72 31 4 69 28 70 31 8 73 31 7 68 38 The cciluln thing about the St. St. Louis convention is that its norui nee Mill bu elected. The Silver Question in the National Conve...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 7 May 1896

T s$& mmmMm! se ISflH f&mKm$timg. &&& fcaK2ESB 2iSSSiiJSBisj6i5aKK -. GENERAL M. E. CONFERENCE. Drlf nates Present from All Over the World The Woman Question Cret n 8tlr. Cievfi.ash, 0., May 3. When tha pavt-1 of the venorablo ltishop How niau fell this morning, calling1 to order the general quadrennial conference of the Methodist Episcopal church, 3,000 people were in the hall, ami on the lloor were white men and black men. delegates from Norway and Sweden and from India and Japan, and nearly every other country on tho plolie. ltishop Vincent read a hymn, nfter which prayer was olfored by liishop Foster that personal ambition might be stilled and that harmony thould rule. Rev. William Hurt, of Homo, Italy, followod in a i-'jadlncr of the Scriptures, after which liishop Taylor, of Africa, read the hymn. When the devotional exercises wero over, Secretary Monroe began to call tho roll. When tho name of Lydla A. Trimble was announced, a delegate was immediately on h...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 7 May 1896

kffifcj,jgggdii &mjffiXffi3w&&&& T !.. .1. f fc. 9 ii.;iI r .i r-i ,i ,. j ! 3? .'WM I. "BE I i It mWWB I i feTCHfel c ? -fr w 4 i.M i 2KL Si nVE ' I: rvf t Mi ,; "-Mi Ml m . i jstv rj. . n off '-"I i. t $, ! . M W: .. ' 7 d i i i., WOMAN AND HOME. DRAWING-ROOM SCREEN. Although Bather Klaborate, Ono Can Be Alntlo at Moderate Expense. There is no minor article of furniture pcrhupr, that is more useful in a house thou a pretty screen. Every drawing zoom should possess, one, for it contrib utes largely to its coziness, especially in the winter months. To purchase a really nice sciccn, ready-made, a good round sum must be expended, and even -tlcn the article purchased may not prove satisfactory. I am giving, there fore, a practical suggestion for a home made screen, which, if properly car ried out, will result inn charming and useful addition to the draw ing-room. For the framework of my screen, an ordinary two-leaf clothes-horse will answer admirably; but if a parti...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 7 May 1896

feaSlk ju'" Ali v '-r.n cvrnv TTIfTRSnAY "TTviaestafl the county seat of Coco- - ... A Vta AOtin Kff Ant. (VuVsa nlno oounty. TWO PERSONAL SONGS. FYMrATHV. tf you but touch my hnnd, ever, over so lUhtlV 0r jj. ,U. a kindly woid, or on mo fondly ru'.l li'' i'-grows tho burden thnt I bear of soriow. Ami " hie's ,""1''nlnc happy, stand I R little while. eiime cift of yours-perhnps'tlsbutafraif-' tie flower Or our dear presence for a moment at my Will n.ake my drenry pathway bloom w'th sudden blossoms, And the shut gates of Taradise open to me wide. HOPE. There's rever n day so dark and drear Hut that its cloo may shine In ros.. nil Kld- alul amethyst, And tints of ruby wine. There's neve r a night o wrapt about With mist and slanting- rain, Hut that the olouds may roll away nd stars shlno out again. jidee llibbard, In Springfield (Mass.) Ro- nubllcnn. KS. SLOANE'S PAltTY. j: JIAKY JOSLYS SMITU. It was on the morning of the 15th of .Augtt that there was a great chatter iti.in the .Somer...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 7 May 1896

'Mem Mmm&JSsmgmmmm ws&Sm. - watiEgfetijiii tSxSSsSSei iiGf 5vJv h Th: i i? " tii t-i f i 1-4, W M,' J 1 tv I I JKfl l! t' " I' -S p "1 M I i fye Coconino gun PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county aeat ot Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Tiif. statement is made that Massa chusetts has 70,000 more women than men. It is predicted that the European war scare will be revived soon after the coronation of the czar. Nkw Youk city drinks 100,000,000 pallons of beer annually and New York broweries produce 140,000,000 gal lons of it. "Old Tom," a horse that was riddev from the south durinjr the civil war, has recently died at Tamaroa, I1L, aped 41 years. Thk south and west grain congress, in its recent session at Charleston, S. C, favored the establishment of n department of commerce and agriculture. Thk Massachusetts law giving veter ans the preference to all vacant offices in Boston or the state has been de clared by the state supreme court unconstitutional. Thk Chicago ...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 7 May 1896

vr-Sk. i-.v .acu ..aay:,.-- jititfwrwttttjsvsz&zsEzezz: ..-r:r" -. M? , pit flpoconiiw Jfon. 'IIIUKSDAY, MAY 7. 1896. SOTIt'i: TO TIIK PUBLIC. Vii contracts ami bills for advertising pay able monthly- Advertising rates given upon application. Bnsl.u.s locals 10 cents per lln for flrst In ,,"" nd scent, per line for each subse qutnt Insertion. . ,... sitv u nlnxsed to contribute , nubli.- mutters, but all notices of festivals. Sir. Votlnss of societies, suppers, cnter-Jlnnient-and mention of marriages, births !nd death- bevond the renular announce ment willbecharced for at regular rates. CITY SUNBEAMS. . lliru-les for rtmt at Coffin's- Smi' niH'lf fi'n 16 "P l)a",s nm,,e fiuni f5 up. 1 Alliisler & Co. '. l,e (iinnil Lodge, K. of P.. will iimiI in rif'ti'll Wfilnesiliiy, May 13. Ci.fliti Bros., njrt'iits for Columliia BiiMlts, olil fr cash or Institllmeiits, or trade for M-cond liaml wheels. The Mainie bull at Winslow Friday nilit v as a giand sticceM. and all who lUt-mled fio...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 7 May 1896

n.Arti j&.. . H?mMmi M k "a. if3 t ' IV i' i i-' .11 I 1 h i 'd )M, f I? Jl II, Hi r .: Ifl ! I Mil ' i:-(i jglic Cfemnuxr J?uu. GOOD TEMPLARS' COLUMN. Edited and Managed Under the Aus pices of Flagstaff Lodge, I. O. U. T. Contributions ot an appropriate nature are solicited for this column, and should he ad dressed to Box 121, Flagstaff. All such con tributions, however, aro subject to approval by the editors. Lodge meets every Satur day evening at O, A. It. Hall at 7:30 o'clock. Visiting members Invited to attend. 0. N. IUty, Chief Templar. ITlie editor of The Sc.v is not responsible for for anything that may appear In this column.! DON'T ADVERTISE DAMNATION. High-class advertisers will appreciate tho fitm stand taken by tlio Murray (Ky.) "Ledger" in the matter of whisky advertising. The editor saya : "If the saloon pcoplo desiro to cxpatiato on tho merits 1) of any particular brand of their damnation, they can look else where for a medium through whioh to extol its irtucs. Th...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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