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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 14 May 1896

VtftCg. tJfcr.S-g , jsjjay v& Ier"''ori3JLibra,y 3 ,' A nwi 1 ..xi!3!- && ,,rtwir-- VOL. XIII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1896. NUMBER 36. th Cucuniiui ifottWn Mil 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. JCCCOOOOCOOOC The - Prices - ooooccosoooo THEAR1Z0NA LUM3ER & TIM3ER CO., FLfGSTfFF fRIZONf. G. N. BfVTY Has secured the agency for Alfred Peats' Prize WfbL PfPBR. 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 that cost three times as much," 400 SAMPLES TO SHOW YOU, Representing a stock of over 2,000,000 rolls 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. — 14 May 1896

m MUi Jl Jt.t K It ISW 1 if ) Wli 1 1 . i, an ' ft J .2C. o w ii J &H Si' : tv ,n. lUf. u; i $1 MM k nw ., iit Bil i ' ' m Hf i ft i' j Hill m ?$ 3!foe (lxcawutf Jwu. C. M. Funston, Editor. THURSDAY. MAY 14. 1896. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear I i 00 8Ix Months J 16 Three Months 7i Address all communications and make all remittances to C. M. Fckston, Flagstaff, Arizona. Adrortlslnc rates given upon application. Entered at the Flagstaff post office as sec ona-ciass matter. Le THE o WHO ICALEN Z DAR i t .0 Mfi L2 fc W t iHMUW m9 PfrATs 5WM0NTUETHI)irRllSAT: i0.1Li2.J3J4J5 I7J8 J9.20 2128 23 Til 25 1 26 j 27 gal 29 130 WEATHER. Below Is given the highest and lowest points registered by tbo tbermometor In Flagstaff during thu month to this date: MAY. Date. Maximum Minimum 1 U M 30 t 72 31 69 f TO Jl 72 84 1 69 31 M 28 63 21 10 61 30 63 24 60 24 13 61 18 H 64 31 The thing in order now is to look arouud for some good man for vice-president. without any more burking or suiiillug It is t...

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. — 14 May 1896

.; dmM j$3afts MBHHHHHmiMHBllHIHB lje ottmUwr gun pUB"urU aiaiiuuwiv ""it Flagstaff tha county seat oi Coco nino county. A DANDELION. 0 KoMcn heart a-gleamlng In the grass On i falr morn JIay' 1 stoop to touch you softly as I pass AlJS 'he common way. Th'nMNB " ono bluc-slcy nna white-cloud Vcn. frte from vexing care, I rjHtil omi curled j our stems In childish AnJ voe them In my hair; Or i.rcnthed across your phantom seed ki'iou there i ii nu'ider and delight To " ,ou- Hjilrlt-Hkc, rlso In the air ArJ wlh out of sight; Itelleli.R while I watched your shining flight. 7h biocdlng, blessed Power, j;j r 1 toii4 and silent as the light, ' WoilU Irlns )ou back, a flower. Ah. sweet child-trust that bides through s m and shower. In 1 11 lem all unskilled; A' - long storms will come a fateful hour lien It .'hull be fultllled. Hope's T.lngod seeds, through all tho years 'liolllllcd, 1 loom lr the wayside grass, Tl Hoticr comes back and with heart -iraiiwly thrilled Ve lli'ss It as we pass. A...

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. — 14 May 1896

.tiw&k Wi m sest " ..-u,rfi-u. a 3 . r. -.. -t f.- fM-liw. . i ". iiir." e . - i - ",. . 'U.u.W " --- ... -. -- HB in J! Jj pflL' ' jJ Ml lBf IbI ;m rw. ' aIi'S- 144' k i . n, . ' ?l M Wf k ft: C1 s-'feh MK' r rJtil t4 , - ir ; 'f ' I V;1 r Jr ru I i i . li-i r- Ije ocantno gun PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county Beat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. TiiKitn were 10,000 American horses shipped to Germany Inst year. Tub faith healing messinlt business appears to nave died a natural death. Tub late shah of Persia had 15 grand daughters in the family of his eldest son alone. Dumn'O the recent municipal election contest at New Orleans, nearly 1 1,000 fraudulently registered names were stricken from tho pollinir lists. A STOny is going the rounds that ex Congressman llartcr, who committed -suicide at Canton, O., a few months r ago, was a member of a suicide club. The Railway Age, after a careful survey of tho field, thinks that the number of miles of new track thut ...

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. — 14 May 1896

Ifi&ff. jv'yf "& r $&. .vSfel- . J&KW&sj jJl 5.2 ::x . -WvJft- jQtl?n. L - DUBOIS MAY BOLT. The lilho Senator Threaten! to Follow Teller on the Silver Question. Hoist:, Ma., May 11. The Evening Mail printed parts of a lonjj letter written by united States Senator Du bois to V. A. Fenn, of Boise, one of the lending republicans of the state, in which he stated: "In the event the St. Louis conven tion adopts s gold bui or straddle platform, 01 nora jinnies a fjoiu ungor jstraddlo candidate, Si shall bolt the con- Svcntion. 1 bellovo that 1 have sufil JcAent rjcrsonal fol YJV'll i'' lowing In Idaho skxatoh DUiiois. added to the follow' iiic which I will get from other par ties on the silver movement to defeat the republican party in Idaho." Dubois' friends hero are much eNer cised over the declaration. Straight up republicans who are expected to go to the Pocatello convention next Saturday say that under such a de claration they will bolt the convention there if Dubo...

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. — 14 May 1896

f? ,?.., MxM-mmmmmM ' i vl T r m ! Wit i ! (40- Hi, .31 MS PP ft Sfi I !!? m WOMAN AND HOME. EMPIRE LAMP SHADES. 'They Are All the lingo and, Thank Good ness, Kaslly Made. Draped lamp shades are no longer the most fashionablo things of their kind. A more inexpensive, and nt the same time a more cully made-at-home kind, lis now to bo used. It is called the "Em ipire," us mostdecorativc house furnish ings niu colled now. The handsome lamp shades, flaring very much nt the no. 1. SIIA11K SHAPE. bottom, made of crinkled paper, silk, flow ers, fringe, etc., m e quite expenshe, eo that they arc only suitable for piano or banquet lamps among people who are nble to stand the expense. The new "tub" shades may be made of whito or tinted heavy, plain paper or light card board, cut to shape, and the two ends fastened together with a small wire -clamp such as is used in ofllces to hold manuscript together. So they are ex tremely inexpensive. They have to be used on wire frames on the lamps, like ...

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. — 14 May 1896

.s&u" ay'v ggrggggg aU IV. iii ' JflCM. ti".t"vrti..riL ttMSiyate9MSftVC 3s,&i?!' T!U?Q!aii'r?S, W3'l'iWfeUiaDIBt!i?-1 .A- .Vt"?-:'?-J-S-'-'l':?J'r-'aJ-i ygMmM.-tlww.ar ttftl f--y f-Jjf.- m. .-M-.,.mmiz -- M ghc (3oc0uiu0 jtttt. THl'USDAY. MAY 11. 1896. jOTUE'l'd THE 1'UULIU. Ml oonir.u-ts ami bills for advertising pay Me monthly. Adrcrtlsl"? ",es Slven upon application. itiislnf-" lo'aN 10 cent per lino for first ln ,eitlon and cents per lluo for each aubso Jutnt niM'itlo". Tlh(fOMN(iSL'N Is pleased tocontrlbuto m uubllo mutters, but ull notices of festivals, ', nici'tlnffs of societies, suppers, onter ulniiifnti and mention of marriages, births ,nd deaths bcvnnd the regular announco J ct will be charged for at regular rates. CITY SUNBEAMS. Hicu'lt's fur rent nt Coffin's. R.niii.mis for imiits for sale nt Gn-ciiV. Kxaniiiii' niilliiii n hi Kigi,i8 Git-nt icilitni'Hi in iiic'. Suits niiiclc from $15 up, pants miidu fiuni ?o up. :t Allniter & Co.'s. 'I In- Cut "II its t 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. — 14 May 1896

--.:&&! wflr, .&g$i j fcgg&aaft n. i ii U .1 m k' ' i l1 i.? 1 ."' . hm, PtOiU I: 9 M im irttt mu.h ii' j i j.' AROUND ARIZONA. Frank M. Richards, an ex-soldier, committed suicide at Safford, Graham county, on the 8th iustant. The Territorial Women's Christian Temperanco Union Is announced to hold its annual convention in Phoenix May 28th and 29th. J. W. Benham has resigned his post tion as stock inspector for Maricopa county, aud A. J. Uoskins has been appointed in his place. Tho loan commission has required of P. J. Cole, Territorial treasurer, an increased bond of 360,000 to cover tho now bouds now being issued. Dr. Sabin of Mesa City has been ap pointed physician at tho Territorial prison and Dr. II. E. Stroud of Phoenix has been appointed surgeon-general of the Territorial militia. Prof. Thomas E. Dallon was yester day appointed territorial supcrlnteu dent of public instruction to fill tho vncaucy occasioned by tho resignation of Prof. F. J. Netherton. The minin...

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. — 21 May 1896

'$? ;-. -.- , 'v. r'SSi?, mMlwMm. awgAS jg&lk" ,k-.fv',M. 1,.;&X, y' " ' If SS ,. " S., . '"V I -. MMHHKaHiBiHHIHiiBHiBBBHlHBBiBB Territorial Library fl) VOL. XIII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 18f)6. NUMBEB87. m h f - Territorial Library IhvIkH ClHO II J HO Weckli) jwm. 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. .O wO0-in - The - Prices - Are - Right. The A. P. A. Will Not Oppose MoKinley's Nomination- The Adjournment or t.'oimrcss Not Vet In Sluht -The Nicaragua fui.nl mil favorably Ite- pnrtril (utile House. cooooooooooo THEARiZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., FLfGSTfFF fRIZONf. G. N. BfTY Has secured the agency for Alfred Peats' Prize WfbLPfPBR. Don't fail to see the 81,000 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 ...

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. — 21 May 1896

gaasggatataoaasfiflKgaja m m V- ,i It. I i ' 1 ,1. n ft. ' '.Ntt M a M W VI m t 'A i. i 1?hc (Socouiutf Shiu. C. M. Funston. Editoh. THUKSIMY. MAY 21. 1896. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. OnoYear Six Months 126 ThreoMonlln M A"ddres all communication and make nil remittances to C. M. Fumton, Flagstaff. Arlrnna. Advertlntns rate glverr upon application. Entered at the Flagstaff post office assoc- onil-clHsi mutter. AfStVVsV THE0000! r I ,P WW) lCALEN- V t DARJ i WWfrz K'fik mm t mi i jTSr- lJW Ui iTlifnrnt i I B1 I fill' r 5UNM0NTUEWEDlfM fRI SAT "CTC I 2, J0.1L12.J3 J4J5 J. IZ1S J 20 El 22 3 g25i20l27l28l2930 WKATIIKIt. Below Is given thehlglieKt and lowest points regtsu-ied ty the llicimuineler In Flugstaff during the month to this date: MAY. Pate. Maximum Minimum i.... t. . r ... 4.... 5.... 6.... . .n . .;a. ...... ...in . ...'.0 , ...63 . . 61 . ..81 . ..61.. 9 . 10.. 11.. U . u . it., li. 18.. IT.. 18 . U . 20 . 81.. .60 , . 61 .64 , .M , .61 . .61 . .to .11 , Memorial Day l'roclniuiitloi...

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. — 21 May 1896

gispmr. ijJggggFgawiis . r . mam . a. hc (&occitixw &nn ..mcnnD EVERY THURSDAY ybuw ; . "TyiHgstafl the county seat of Coco nino oouuty. AX OTECOHDED FIGHT. jjVI.IMT. j. c. w. bkooks, u. s. a. T Tort Yumn, in the t-outhvvest corner of Arizona, life had long been monot onous, so we heard with much pleas ure that several bands of Apaches had "jumped" their reservations and were on the war liath. Prepara- ,-. were .it once begun in anticipa tion of eii'fti(l orders to round the In dians up. oon we recoiveu me ortiers l)j tilepnipli. and at once took the field. The other otllcers of my troop were either on leave or on detached service, f0 I vv as temporarily in command of my troop. I h.id graduated from the mill tan acailemv, but n short time before, ai.ii had been on but few scouts. Still 1 li.id M-tf n enough field sen lee to make ire quite confident of my ability to com jaunil in troop. 'the number of hostile Indians wns reported at nbout 30, divided into sev eral bands. As t...

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. — 21 May 1896

it&SSb&gfr.. BaSESsssL i wm W k . m . 1 X T j F m W r i,P 'it K t ' Vw i '. K i 'f-jW- PUBLISHED KVKBY THURSDAY At yiagstafl tbo county seat of Coco nino oounty. CURRENT COMMENT. Tug European press is almost unani mous in denouncing the United States for interfering with Spain in Cuba. A New Yoiikkr offors 5245,000 a year for the exclusive privilege of picking over the collected rubbish of that city. A doctor of divinity of the African Methodist churqh is reported as hav ing ciphered out that hell is only 53 miles from tho surface of the earth. C W. Butts and C. K. Goodwin, two prominent young men of Provldenco, R. L, recently started on a bicycle trip to California, with the intention of breaking the present record. The late Hamilton Disston, the mil lionaire saw manufacturer of Philadel phia, was a great believer in life insur ance, having policies aggregating 81, 200,000 at the time of his death. A risorosrriox has been made and is being seriously considered to build a ci...

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. — 21 May 1896

t-w'jj. V " Ayr i A NEMASKA TWISTER. It Cnusoa a Stampede at Elkhorn, but Kills No Ouo- X nmbcr of School Children Hart The 1'ath of the Storm Was Narrow unit Short "cvenl Ilouiei IJeitrojreil Diimiice nt Lincoln. EI.KHOBX, XeU, Slay 13. A cyclone swept this, section yesterday niternoon. A funnel-shaped cloud shot dowuward from tlio -itorm center and a Rcnoral stampede of citizens for caves and cel lars ensued. At the sohoolhouso tho children lied panic-stricken to the furnace room, amid tho wildest con fusion, and a number of tho littlo ones were hurt. Tho cyclone struck the -roum north of the town. Its course was northwest. Tho path of the storm was from 200 to 300 yards wide, and everything In this path was razed tothcijround, including several houses. Large trees along tho highway adja cent were torn and twisted out of the rrouml. Carl Johnson, a prominent farmer, was caught in the twister. Ho had a team attached to a wagon. He endeavored to shirt the storm by driv ing in a mea ...

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. — 21 May 1896

i r-.w. rifrM'WMwwiui-BMa Mi wi 'i S j" i i' i u w; fl . n J7 ;.is a" ?jb f U 4 'I HjfP'. , . V 'IK ' J .. W M ,1 R-'ls HM7 ! s; : r Pi J v J ! '. J t'K : r ? S K HI ' ' t n,'liilf T i. l ' f to , li"'!.hiSS.l?il .f ' I ... ll''!.fK IT t ' ww y fi uHm f,m& . h' .'ftffi i'1 ??! ' ; mm J ip. wit A II 'fell illllli H3 .j -, ll n KUaKi'fNTS 11U TWO GOOD WAR STORIES. How tbo Confodoratos Lost Stoamship Planter. the Carried Safely Out of Charleston by i Colored l'llot Who Afterward llcrame a Coii(jre8Kinan Oen. Itoger A. Prjror's Cupture. Special Washington Letter. Hubert bnialls is a full-blooded negro. He as in congress from South Carolina for seveial tonus, and conducted him self with dignity nnd decorum, al though he did not make much of an im pression of his iiulividunlit t' upon legis lation. Nobody knew much of his per gonal history until lately. He has a ciaim before congress for $20,000, ns pric money which he uters is due him lor having eaptuied thu confederate steamship "Pl...

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. — 21 May 1896

-adLflflte ;j&Hfcfeg , vjsszs&sm&miimsimsmadtt&Kmi . ,iaagwar?5wtgya: IZfpfi zyfPjVitjat ' jjk'f, ''tJKt, 'fWfa.'f' ? V 4 y-jtjgjm . llic (ocaniua jfrtm.' TIIUUS1UY. MAY 21. 1896. NOTICKTO T1IK PlMMl'. All contracts and bills for advertising pay able iiiontliljr. Advertising rates given upon application. llii-lne lot'als 10 cents per lino for Itrst ln .iilon.nnd Rcrnt per lino for each subse niicnt Insertion. riir.OocoMNoSux Is pleased to contribute n utilille mutters, but all noilees of festivals. f.itn. meetlnss of socletlo. suppers, enter tainment., ami ment'on of inairlaires, births i'ikI deaths bevonrt tlio regular announce ment will tie charged fur at regular rates. OITY SUNBEAMS. lVln-ious ire ere:.... at Ca. roll's I r.iimlx U ".laiirnnt. A RodtlgueR Is -nrling neat i-oiiaj;e in Old Town. The water tank at Walnut Station Has burned last n'ght. i:auiiue millinery at Hugos'. Gieat iiilui'tioii in piic i. Suits made from $15 tip. pants made fiom ?5 up. at AHaste...

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. — 21 May 1896

-JS38COMJjaraW&'. V gghc oamiutf Siro. GOOD TEMPLARS' COLUMN, Edited and Muimued Under the Aus pices or FliiCHinll I.odse. 1. O. U T. Contribution ot tin appropriate nature ara lollclted lor tills column, und should bo ad dressed to Box 121. KluKstalT. All such con tributions, however, aro subject tnuppioval by the editors. Lodge meots overy natur day evening at 0. A. It. Hull at T:33 o'clock. Visiting uiembors Invited to ttttond. 0. N. Batv. Chief Templar. ITho editor of Tug Sun Is not responsible tor for unythlng tliut may uppear In this coluuiu.l Our Jesus. ''Cftuo unto nv, nil yo Unit luboraticl aie lieu.v laden, and I will tive you rest." That premise couM not lnn been oiada luitl not our Jesus been divine ns well as human. Omnipo tence only is equal to tliut wondious woik of cnnfni ting all tlie weaiy ntifl liHixy laden of the in 111. Our Jwus demonstinted his ni.melnus love unci conipassion by djinij for us. A teacher tlrtciiUtl to her Sunday Echonl class tlm ciuunof tlio...

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. — 28 May 1896

:' ' " --": """ " ,. W& ;m &ai3 r . . , A ZsAkmii tattitaSMtiMfS T t-' MS. lgmg vMmm?' ' j& ttliaa --& ' . i' va . .uxhubi nt.ruei .icit ram.r t-w jbv-jakw . sw jJS v HW ''" i s- 'Vv r"v 'HTr .VF C 7rf-.'.fi' "-") ---, . tf a nca7- sjjy- .j -. ' laiy& 7 t. t V'lSL .. r. .-.--"f7,i u ,, Ji 71 jBSv' i - VOL. XIII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1896. NUMBER 38 A-5 -3,fc. feSJi'iliiL",-MW-iiiaiiiir 3L.V -j&r-'. . . ' : r KhJ&&&.'&jag sZ ." fmni Jf Wl,"?-:'.J&M-UjJ-,-s m Mis iMiIHIW IIW II WHIi I hill' I III I II mwi r i rri p-n "nm i , , rif I I n III piMiynnilFilKMfWi J iMfcft-w&j . . ... . . . . . . " t -tT.. . - . - - H-tfinii iVT kA-f. . or-5A. wi ' j t-' f.'F-" " -"; - " ', - - -,- fh (Coaniimi ym AA- r " '- wcmn BTttlY V.JWI 2 4 sh ft ! .;-f. ! ILL- r pr i i Jf., I IP ' FOR INTERIOR There's nothing we know of lays over a good mince pie this time of year. The same can be truly be oooooooooooc The - Prices ooooQoosooao THE ARIZ...

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. — 28 May 1896

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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. — 28 May 1896

a !i&: mmmm&wm?vm a V?t. -itgf.A.-. .':. -,' .- -. TOMAN AND HOME. TO COOK CORNMEAL. ffheu I'rnpcrly Frepared It Is a Healthy Article of Food. oiuon have always been more or jfS willing to show their skill In mak ing c ike mill fancy desserts, but it 13 onlj recently that they lime appreci ated the aliie of good cookery. The simple, ever.v-day things nro usually coi onleieil of the least importance, nml entiulv neglected. Even the cook books give little, and tome no informn t on, about the things cv erj body should I, now. Among these is cornmeal. When It is properly prepared it is a healthy ai tide of food. Hut ns It is often cooked it i, indigestible and unfit for even a tri. stomach. The usual -way of ti iknv' lornmeal mush, for instance Is to -.tu the meal, w ithout measuring it, into boiling water until It is thick, rnd when it has cooked me or ten nun ut., it i done. By this process it s J.arl and raw, and wholly unfit to eat t , Mirpnsing how much it is lmproed ; i li...

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. — 28 May 1896

A- r: S&LSM Mmm: fr , , ,. ,,- r , .p -... w,"(MMa'wicnEMlHKLlMHi HI P f i'M X v $.; O1 If '. i n U Ml I)-? I 4 t I '! .Hi .ta 1 t s 'It 4 111 F; M ft m i."4? :. TO HP- Ml PUBLISHED KVEBY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tha oouuty aeat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Tin; Rock Island railway has Jast completed nn engine that will run 10G miles un hour. A Washington lady who married a Sioux Indian has returned to civiliza tion with four children, but without her husband. Tnic county cleric of Fresno, Cal.,vat recently in u quandary. A will writ ten In Chinese was filed with him for record and ho did not know how ta copy it into his book. Stau No. 13 is not worn by any TCan eas City policeman, because 13 is an unlucky number. The btars in use run from one to twelve, skip 13 and be gin again at 14. Several of tho ofllcers, it is said, are strongly opposed to patrolling Thirteenth street. It is understood Gov. Morton's name will bo presented at St. Louis by Chaunccy M. Depew, Gov. Hasti...

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