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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898

Sff jmj1B i iV-SS3e I I . o. fc w eA-rCptaK Xry .1 XV. r . , u. I ! I I 'J Cfye Coconino Sun. FLAGSTAFF, FKBKUAKY fl, 18!tS. r A tlOPDAH. Mivscr. ffl Pro WtiV' Tfl" trlll I jf JJ " I LIBRARY THE iyC--,i A I il 1 ii kl 1 llllVvl VU Arizona Lumber an Mnnufiifturrr ami Dculf r In W ...PINE LUMBER... SURFACED MATCHED AND GROOVED, Flooring, I Ceiling, Siding, , ,. Rustic, , Mouldings, Shingles, Lath, Boxes, Sash and Doors, Bridge and Mining Timbers. Piling, Stulls, Props, Lagging, SAWED. C ROSS-TI ES I HEWN. - I Flagstaff, 2 2C Arizona vwwvwwwwwmmmmMat Jl Jy ,f5.y inih, mZ No. 2. V t . c i. ' '

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898

'wwflSBii'Wlii wnidP TyjTWTjas f v N N v VA TIIK COCONINO SUN. s. ! J ?i X it Ki t -ARIZONA CENTRAL -BANK, HI FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. ' I-...- n.M - ti, ..J ' Savings Deposits. Drafts Sold Upon all For eign Countries.. We have an extensive Patronage and Correspondence through j WUl iUlUllSf CU1U UAY4W JWUI ifUUUllg UU3UK 1JWA1 Liberal and Conservative terms. B.-N. FREEMAN, President T. E. POLLOCK, j VicoPrcsideat pSlES BROS., I PV - J w ''MACHINISTS ' - " .. and 3 l a. 3. MENDERS of any old thing. SYKK9 ULOCK, ! .ft i I FLAGSTAFF, .- ARIZONA. 9 ' S HOXWORTH & FRIEDLEIN i A Aru Mill i) tlitt lmsiiu;;- of Tinning! Pluming Tin Roofing a Specialty. All kinds of Tinworlc and Plumbing done in a first class manner. Work from' along the line of the Santa Fe Pacific Railroad Solic- a iied. .'. ? Flagstaff, Arize & '

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898

!?&: "whip ' v. ' " " i fr M Cfye Coconino Sun. H Vot.. XV. FLAGSTAFF, FEBKUAKY 5, 18!)S. No. V A TALK ABOUT ARIZONA. "There an ,i'A.Aamlaf'r,cul1 l'Mlil, '-'and '. 1b. attention of ft A Phoenix Editor Interviewed In Chi cago Tells of Arizona's Resources. C'.(C. llandolph of Phtrnix, Ariz.," editor of the Arizona Republican, is staj ing at the Auditorium annex. Mr. ltandolpli was formerly Washington correspondent of the New York Times, v and in on his way to Washington to attend tho annual dinner of the Grid iron club. Mr. Kaudolph khju!:h with jurdonable enthusiasm about Arizona. "There are great mining and grazing ultural arexs in Arizona," he they are attracting the tho Investing world the United Verde in in Arizona. Some of our gold mine.s are famous producer. In recent years railroad have jene trated rich mineral districts and others of equal 'richness are now atout to be ojicned up by new roads.1 Arizona's climate is so equable that mining may Ihi carried on every day in t...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898

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Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898

innsm I thk roroxixo SUN. , fix i r 0 "A Gilded Fool." If you were to take uj 11 newspaper and see In it an article calling atton tlon to the merits of Shakespeare as a dramatic wrlt'er, or startling society with the announcement that Lincoln wuh a distinguished statesman, that Wagner was a great coniasei', that "Buekey" O'Neill in an astute poll tician, or if you you were to find in a magazine a notice of the arcliitcctur.il Iicautlcs of our courthouse, or a very particular description of the Grand Canyon, would you trouble yourself to read matter so full of novelty and inter est ? Your answer Ih such a tremend ous negative that wo should as sojn think of giving you an outline of the sUry of ".lack and the Beanstalk" as of sketching the plot of the great cjm , t'dy, with scenes us fresh today as when '(first offered. to the American public, which the Flagstaff Dramatic circle is going to give our playgoers an opjior tunity of seeing and enjoying on the evening of Saturday, February...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898

lSSBJtiBBSrw&Msw TIIK (WON' I. NO SUN. A Fleht With Outlaws. departmentof,L.Zeehendorf In Tucson, Under Shurlll Joe Hardeman re- Is the proudest man in the, old pueblo, turned hint Saturday evening from his The Star says: "I'hll Hrannen was the trip to Pleasant Valley and Tonto happiest man in the city yesterday. Basin. He had warrants for Krnest l'hil Is one of tho best natured eltizens Gentrv and Farrel, who are wanted by f tllu community, anyway. Ho is the authorities. They are hiding alwil.v,! on ood ter',,s w,,n everybody, among the Indians on the reservation, wul1 H wlt, himself, but yesterday Gentry being quite Intimate with them. hl! eemeil U) have an overflow of gen He lives with them a large portion of lallty, eordlality and good will for the the time, having a squaw and a imp- cntiro W0,W. in(1 the Slar man sul oose. Joe was unable to locate them, lMHud ho l)ll(1 trlll!!c II Klondil:e of free but finally W. W. Walker came In for Kwi ,M thuro h,l(1 )wn minors to that p...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898

y&as,,ffr,siBat. f THE COCONINO SUN. wa Flagstaff the First. Last vv cek the Western Union Tele graph company put the first synchron izing clock In at Prescott. In ruailtiif; the account of the event In thoPrescott papers the reitler Is led to believe It Is tho Ilrst anil only clock of the kind In the territory, but such Is not the cae. "fhe Ilrst synchronizing clock In Ari zona was put In the business house of W. C. lfenry by J. E. Palmer, the man ager of the Western Union Telegraph ollli e at this place. The d ite was July I, IMII. At one time there were fifteen of the clocks In ue here, but the number has been reduced by lire until there are now eleven. The timepieces arc regulated each hour by a master clock in the Western Union olllce. All the clocks , are given the standard time once each from the Washington ,, l :lro K'en ine sianii JwjttUiy, It being sent f ;"TT . r observatory. " jr The clocks are a , ' fT The clocks are a great convenience to the public, as they ulvvaj...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898

m&smm!1. v THK COCON'IXO SUN. Flagstaff Literary Society, i , Meeting milled to order at 8:1.1 i. m. by Chairman .1. P. MeGovern. who ex plained the object of the society, to gether with tho platform adopted at temKrary organization. The constitution and by-laws were then read by the temporary secretary and submitted. It was moved by Mr. Gibson and seconded by Mr. Carroll that the constitution and by-lawn as read bo adopted. Carried unanimously. The following officers were declared elected: President, Dr. J. Brannen; vice-president, J. P. MeGovern; record ing secretary, Bert Doyle; correspond ing secretary, James Loy: treasurer, George H. Collin: exeoutivo committee, Oscar Gllwon, J. M. Simpson. W. II. Carroll. The secretary cast tho ballot of the society. Tho debute of tho evening, "That we .favor home rule for the territories of the United States,"' wasoened by J. K. Jones for the affirmative, who spoko six minutes, followed by James Loy for tho negative s.ven minutes Mr. Jone...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898

.SgHrtffiglWrcrcM f thk Coconino sun. M 'T NOT THE ONLY FLAGSTAFF. Neither Are We the Original Lumber Town of That Name. Miles Standlsh or Portland, Me,, a printer, and direct descendant of Miles Standlsh of Puritiin fame, has just been appointed to a position In the govern ment printing olllce, says the Washing ton Post. He received his appointment through the elvll service, having taken tin examination in Portland, Me., last winter. Ills fitlier and grandfather, both of the same name, lived and died on a plantation called Flagstaff, not far from Hie boundary line between Maine and Canada. They were engaged In lumbering and In commercial pursuit, Ills grandfather having kept the only store on the plantation for many years. Tin Mile StunilUh In Washington Is the tenth generation in direct line from the Puritan warrior. He Is stoutly built, about :!.') years old. He retains the genial disposition and love of humor that has been characteristic of the later generations of the family. W...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898

IB1HKW& i WffPliiy. v- T UK COCONINO SUN. ffihc (Goccmino gnu. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. Inucd trery SounUy. SoUcripnoa price, , two dolUn jd bftv cent t year, la idTnct. Every paper u stopped at tltc cipiraiioo d the tune paid lor. C M. FUNSTON, Editor. FLAGSTAFF, FEBKUAllY .'., 18!8. It in clearly a mistake to christen onu of our battleships Kentucky, for she will never take to water. II. Dorsoy Patton has leen iiiolntc(l register St tlio land olllco at Tucson. Mr. Pattim has been slated for the apjKilntment for several month, and H!0ilu have lieen wondering at the delay in the appointment. "' Captain Hay of the United States 'ariiiy, who is now in Alaska, says that immigration to that territory should bo restricted this year and that nothing but a provisional military government would meet the necessities this year. Mrs. Frances S. Sampson, wife of General Sampson, minister to Ecqua dor, is contributing some interesting letters to the Phunlx Herald of her journey from the coast to ...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898

yffiiiiMHMwwwBr fflfci V "M TIIK COCONINO SUN. The failure of a merchant to athcr tlse Is nn advertisement of his lack of enterprise. It is better to spend a little money now In advertising than to sell a lot of shopworn goods below cost later on. The Land of Sunshine! for February has an interesting artlele on J. Addi son Reavls, "the prinee of Impjsters," who set up a claim for nuver.il million acres of land in Arizona under u Span ish grant, and strange to nay came very near making his claim i-tic';, and but for the energy of Hoyal a Johnson, for mer survejor general of the territory, would have done m. ABUSES OF THE MAIL. Sei':nd-elass mail matter is supposed to be regular printed newspapers and periodicals and is carried at the rate of 1 ecru )er pound. The law governing the sending of second class matter is so loose that hundreds of tons of cheap literature and merchants' advertising is sent at 'the rate of one cent per Kund, while the people pay 8 cents ier pound. Consequentl...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898

IftfMHWSBitriS'aBi f THE COCONINO SUN. I BRIEF LOCALS. CWWVWVWWWWVWWVWK Mrs. George Blnkley left Wednesday (or Phwnlx. T. S. Bunch Is In Navujo county on legal business. Mw, J. L. Treat of Dennis Mill spent several dajs hero this week. J. W. Francis left Tuesday for Plur nlx, whero he will s(K:nd ten da a or two weeks. E. II. BaylotM returned to Flagstaff this week. Ho has disposed of his business at Scligman. Miss Wynne of Memphis, Tenn., and Miss Krvin of Kxeter, Mo., are visit ing' Mrs. P. U. Weatherford. Babbitt Bros", shipped three carloads of cuttle arifl the Aztec Cattle company live carloads from Winslow on Sunday. K. M. Doe returned from l'hu'nlx esterduy, whero he has been attending 'the, 'supreme "court for the past four w eeks. .1 f . Jjvuros Milligun, joungest son of J. C Miljigun, arrived from Los Vegas Fri day. The oung man will remain in Flagstaff. Thomas Howo left for Chicago on Thursday. His son is dangerously ill In that city and ho will remain with him during his...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898

iUjfag&aseiasuiiiJMMutA'3gawMBMg: ft TIIK COCONINO SUN. ttiLt If' K W. L. MeManus of Petoskey, Midi., has purchased a numlH:r of copper claims In the Duckskln mountains. These copper mines are said to Imj among the richest in the territory, and the Buckskin mining district will lw anions; the large producers of copper in a few years. United States Attorney K. K. Kllin W(xxl returned Wednesday from Plm nix and exacts to remain some time. He does not know when his successor will he appointed or who lie will 1m, and he exjieetH to erform the duties of his otllcc until such time as his resig nation is acted upon. True colonial style in costumes of the ladies of the M. K. church at their entertainment will Iw the feature of the evening. If you want to see how your mother, wife, sister or the other fellow's sister would have appeared at a tea had they lived a century or more ago, lw at the opera limine Tuesday evening, February 22. I. A. Simpson announces in this week's issue his cand...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898

m VI n a Tin: coconixo sun in Holhtook on E. K. Elllnwood legal business. Kev. C. P. Corner Had his hand badly burned Tuesday night while expeii mentlng with u tlashlight. A marriage license was Issued todaj to RoIh-m 1 1 Stephens and Miss Jennie Creasej, lth of Williams. The early closing moement among our merchants has come to an Inglorious end. It lasted just four nights. The AiUona Lumlier and Timler company have been Kept busy this week sawing tlmler for the Johnson eanjon tunnel. Harry Culllnan left on No. 2 todaj to meet his sister-in-law, Mrs. K. 13. Cul llnan of Chicago, who will spend sev eral months: herei . . The1 Hvlfo of William Hums, ex-dep Tliu Johnson canjon tunnel is ex pected to Ihj completed for the passage of tiiiins on Thursday or Friday of next week. It was expected to be oiened sooner, but unexpected delajs hau occurred. ., The articles of incorporation of tlm Imperial Mining company appeir m this issue. The company has a number of lino copper claims in the G...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898

agaBeftat1; iiH'ninmLflwii i '.a & THK COC6.VINO sux. LAaaffiiA'& Miss Laura Hoxwortli left Wednes day for Los Angeles, "where she will visit relatives. ' The Salvation army will secure head quarters in Prcseott and officers will he sent there at once. C. II. Albert, the Tuha City Indian trader, returned Monday from a month's vacation spent at favorite California points. Mary Matthews has applied to the probate court for letters of administra tion on the estate of Charles It. Mat thews, and the hearing has been set for February 14. Fred G. Hughes has been placed under $'2,000 bonds to answer to the grand Jury n a charge of embezzling county funds, while clerk of the hoard of supervisors of riiiiu county. Tucson Citizen. Itev. I. T. Wldttemore left Monday for Washington, I). C., where he will render valuable assistance to Hon. M. A. Smith in having a bill passed by congress for the construction of the Ilottes reservoir for the benefit of the Indians. Finn nee Tribune. LODCE D...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898

t Till-: COCONINO SUN, ii now oH-ra I'liu-nlx Is bulldin llOUsO. Wo, Frledlien has Mulshed the tin roof on tho new Iron lmlldln;; on Hall road avenue. Probate Judge Lay ton says the matri monial market is Arm mid that marriage licenses are In deiu.uul. Garrett & Hennessy lmvo wold tlielr butcher business to Hottert Hennessy, who will continue the business at the old Ht.ind. The Santa Fe, Prescntt and Phamix railway and Maricopa rallnKid are over burdened with freight just now. All the freight of the Santa Fu Is being diverted over these roads on account of the tunnel blockade. William Garvey, besf contraeloi- at Fort Hiiaehuci, and Charles Wilson, his e.nploye, are lielng tried in Toyile stono for killing stolen cattle. Thoro are elghtojn sep irate charges, and it is said that forty-seven hides of stoltjn stiti-'r uohi Tfiii'id itluinT. tlin nri iilse.s of Sir Charles Tiipner, of the Canadian tj1(J ,ouselj house o( commons, advocates the Idea of keeping Americans from holding cl...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898

I P t thi: coc-oxino sux. f What is the Good g of good printing? You can probably jm xfit '., " '. tih & answer tbat question in a minute when j& you compare good printing wit b poor. i Hi & ' W You know the satisfaction of sending t V '' IF out. printed matter that is neat, ship shape and up-to-date in appearance. $ WW V(. ' You know bow it impresses you when you receive it from some one else. It jm M 1 ' has the same effect on your customers, ;& fl) Ml I .1. m f t7 '-' Let me show you what can be done bv a fi$ M, 1' : Jk. .judicious admixture of brains and type. j$? Let me help you with your printing. m " t$ C. M. FUNSTON, S; iVw 1$ Flagstaff, Arizona. jjjjjj 8SXEaS J

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898

"i i t'imiuti tr- I I Tin: cocoxino sun. For a Postal Telecraph. r' ' '" l,l'l,ta m,.,l ,'11"1 ,,l,,,I,t l'om' Tho United States Is the only ,.... r '"''l" 'lo-"r Ktt,,w- WV m,",lt ' tho principal countries in tin- world In " ".-" '- which the telegraph Is In the hands or private corporations. Inall tliu others Increase of the Mormon Cnurcn. the telegraph Is a part of the postal According to tins report presented Jo service. In this respect we are hehlnd the late general conference of the Mor-, the times. The people of the United nion church, the increase for the last States receive less service,-poorer sor- year of adult converts and the btptlsm vice and pay more for It than If. they of children ocr 8 jears of ago In Utah, owned their own telegraph system and Idaho, Colorado, Wvnmlng. Arizona operated It as the postolllcc is operateil. and Canada exceeds that of the same In Great Hrltaln the government as- length or time In all the previous his- ciimod ownership of the telegraph In...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898

TIIK COCONINO SUN. Back from Klondike. in shuttered and Mri submits to the The I'reseott Journal-Miner has u '''(,'or of Hh climate. Arctic supplies three-column interview with A. I'. and merchandise to last ut least two Smith, who returned from the Yukon jears, with a Canadian duty of :$." jer country on Wednesday. Parley Smith, cent., Is exacted in addition. A man as he Is called, in an old resident of S?n! in with an Arizona appetite Arizona, and for the Iwnellt of the should multiply it three times over In Flagstaff! to who have, the Klondil.e the Klondike and then govern his fxd fever we clip the following fro.n the supply accordingly " Interview: Leaving Dawson in the latter part of , "It will lie rememliered,'' he said. November Mr. Smith met many who 1'' "that myself and Don Coots left thiis were en route back, and in addition city July 20 last. After the usual pre- there were likewise many who desired limluarlcs in outfitting and other mat- to leave Dawson, but were jMiivua...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898

1 THE C'OOO.NMXO SUX. FLAGSTAFF Estate and Mining Exchange, The Only Reliable Bureau of Information In Northern Arizona.. Accurate Data ot Mines in Operation, their Output and Com mercial Value. Prospects, and their Actual Value. Information Furnished. To the Tuuicist respecting scenic points of Interest, how to rcacli them, .mil cot of transportation mid aecom--u modations. To the Hkauh-skkkkii, the climatic Influence on the human system. ' " ' To the I.NVUTOii on Sif.cui.aioh, the various openings to ' get large returns from capital, both limited and unlimited. To the HoMK-sKKKKit, the various opportunities and un limited possibilities of farming In this section. Prices of horses, cattle, sheep and hogs. Actual statistics of our. resources, such ns water, coal, lumber, building stone, sand, lime, brick, copper mines, silver and gold mines, asbestos, water storage for Irriga tion and electrical possibilities. We handle on commission all kinds of property and have now for sale city ...

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