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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 20 May 1899
iJsiaaWwiiS P, R. W E A T H E R F O R D & C Or Or V r ft Or O. ! S I. THK COCONINO SUN. GENERAL Bargains For All We are not price mceters, but The Original Price Makers. We don't meet prices on one article our competitors offer you, but make prices on everything in our stock. Your hearty sup port in the past proves to us that you are ready and anxious to secure bargains such as the following: 10 lbs. Granulated Sugar $1 00 8 cans "St. Charles" Milk - 100 10 cans "Challenge" Milk - 100 10 cans Corn - - - - 1 00 10 cans Tomatoes - - - 1 00 30 bars "German Family" Soap 1 00 40 bars "Our Leader" Soap - 100 5 lb. sack Salt - - - 10 1 gallon Coal Oil - - - 35 1 gallon Vinegar - 30 Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Queensware and all goods at the same cut prices. P. R. WEATHERFORD & CO., Flagstaff, Arizona. MERCHANDISE MXJt m m ft ft ft ft m ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft
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THE COCONINO SUN. adsk C. J. Babbitt Is In Phoenix this week. Tho nowest shapes and colors in gentlemen's shoes at Flagstaff Cash Store. Oscar LoUuron is in Albuquerque this week. At the Catholic church on Sunday tho usual services will bo held. Early mass at 8 o'clock a. in. Kov. Father Dllly w ill conduct tho service's. Tho Santa Fo has made out a sched ule of excursions from Arizona to tho seaside resorts near Los Angeles. There will be about half a dozen such during the summer, the first ono being June 1. Tho time limit is ninety days, and one-rate fare is made for the round trip. There ill be a lecture at the M. E. church on Thursday evening, May i, by Rev. S. A. Thomson I). D. of Los Angeles, subject, "li eland and the Irish." The proceeds are to reduce tho debt on tin parsonage. Admission 2." cents. At thu cloo of the lecture the ladles' of tho church will servo delicious Ice cream and cake to those who are willing to pay i") cunts for it. Blue serge suits, square cut, silk l...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 20 May 1899
Kilt MMSfife 1'IIB COCONINO SUN. ! Knights of Pythias. The Gr.ind Lodge Knights of Pythias held their sixteenth annual session on May 10, 11 und 12 in Jerome. Neurly every lodge In the domain was represented and an interesting session was held. The members of .lerome Lodge K. of P. together uith the citizens of that enterprising town entertained the visitors in a royal manner, and during the three das stay of the Knights they did not lack for entertainment. On Friday night after the close of the session of the Grand Lodge a lull and banquet was given in the Jerome opera house and two hundred and eighty couples participated in the dosing event. The nuli-cre elected for the ensuing term aie us follows: (.'. II. Moore, Grand Chuncello:; H. M. Ling, Grand Vice Chancellor; George M. Porter, Prelate; II. P. Buing, G-and Muster-at-Arms: Harry Drachman, Grand Keeper of Uecords and Seals; C. H. Coble, Grand Master of Exchequer; E. F. Leonaid, Grand Inside Guard; It. J. Aaroy, Gr..nd Oatsido ...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 20 May 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. - An Arixona Pioneer, The late Arizona legislature did u flttlwr thing when It conferred a pen sion of $2.1 a month on Colonel Charles D. Poston, who In known a the "Father of Arizona." To old-timers Colonel Poston is undoi.btodly the best known man in the territory, where he has long resided and of which he win, in a measure, the creator. Ho first went to what is now Arizona territory in 184, going through the Apache country with a band of California prospectors. Some rich deposits of silver were discovered and work com menced, but the mines had to be abandoned when the United States troops were withdrawn at the outbreak of the civil wur. Colonel Posten was for u time Super intendent of Indian Affairs in the southwest, and recorder of Dona Ana county, which then included all of what Is now Arizona, which territory Colonel Poiton mimed, and secured the signature of President Lincoln to the act giving the territory separate gov ernment. In 13(14 Colonel Poston was e...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 20 May 1899
1'HE COCONINO SUN. I LOCAL AND OTHERWISE It. II. Cameron, Ed. I. Gale, C. H. MoClure, L. L. Ferrull and a number of others came in from tlio Grand Canyon mines yesterday. Memorial Day will be observed here. ThoG. A. H., thesoldiets of Spanish Amuricaii war and the National Guard" havo the matter in hand and .they have arranged a programme for the day. Dr. George B. Pratt. One of the hustling young profes tilonal men of I'hounix in Dr. l'ratt, the optician, loeated at 140 West Washing ton street. Dr. Pratt, who has hud many y cars of practical experience In Ills line, came here from Michigan three years ago and is now knout) throughout the territory as one of the most skillet! opticians in the wet. tie ts a graduate of two of the best optieal colludes in this country, the "Detroit Optieal Institute"' and the "Philadelphia Optieal College." Kiom the latter he holds a special diploma coufei ring upon him the decree of "Doctor of Uefraciio.i,' which is the highest decree given In the op...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 20 May 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. NEAT -CLEAN -ATTRACTIVE PRINTING THAT IS THE KIND YOU WANT THAT IS THE KIND WE DO THAT IS THE KIND THAT PA YS. While we do not claim to excel in all kinds of first-class printing though we flatter ourselves we can hold our own), Wt DO CLAIM that we hare unsurpassed facilities for getting up attractive advertisements. ADDRESS C. M. FUNSTON, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. r- J-" i.,1, , lW uiit:y,'idi'Marsi
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 20 May 1899
TI1K COCONINO SL'N. r LODGE DIRECTORY. o KA1UI TUIIIK, NO. H. I. O. It. M. Meets in Sleep of tlthSuu. Each 7 Sunsut7 Ituns, 30 llreathi. Wigwam, corner Kallroad avenue an! Leroux street. Visiting tribeinein bers welcome. F. M. Huowmng. Sachem. J. M. Simpson. n. of It fc. Kijk C. of W. VJOUNTAIN LODQE, NO. IS, K. OF 1. Meets Masonic In Hall eery Wednesday night. Visiting mights ure cordially Invited to iitlcml. Louis Spkikh, U. C. C A. DUHll. K. of It and S. fOUIfl COCONINO, NO. 8. INDEPKND V.' KMT OHDCH or rORKHTKUS. Meets Tuesday nights In Masonic Halt Visit ing members Invited to attend tbe Court meet ing. F. L. 11KAU C. It kouiH Spikiw. Itecorder. J7LAGSTAFF LODGE, NO. 13, A. O. U. W. Meets every Thursday night In Masonic Hull, Visiting members Invited to attend. T. A. ItlCKEL M. W. C. M. Funston, Recorder. F LAGSTAFF LODGE NO. 7. F. & A. M. Itegular meeting, on tlrst Saturday of each month ut F. and A. M. Ilnll, over City Hall. Visiting brethren Invited to attend Dtt. E. S. ...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 20 May 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Notice to Teachers. Thoro will bo u Teachers' Exam ination for Territorial and County certificates at the Court House, in Flagstaff, on Monday and Tuesday June 3th and Uth, 18'J'J, commencing on Monday the fith at U o'clock sharp. N. G. Laytojt. Chairman Hoard of Examiners. Do You Know Consumption Is preventable? Science has proven that, and also that neglect is suicidal. The worst cold or cough can be cured with Shlloh's cough and consumption cure. Sold on positive guarantee for over fifty years. For sale by W. It. Edwards. b2. CLOTHES DON'T MAKE THE MAN, But I am the man who makes the clothes. How do I make theml Make them to fit. I exercise rcat care to first take correct measure of your form; having done this, I cut and make the uarments to conform to your form. Not an easy thing to do it requires experience; that's just why so many have had me to do their work and why you ought to. I guar antee perfect satisfaction. S. BARRON, Merchant Tailor, Railroad Avenue....
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 20 May 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. V y f NOTICE OF AMENDMENT Articles of Incorporation THE ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK. Notice Is hereby given, that at a special meet ing of the stockholders of The Arizona Central Dank, held ut the office of said corporation, In the town of Flagstaff, Coconino county. Arizona Tcrrltory.on the 15th day of April. 1899. due notice thereof having been regularly given to all the stockholders of Mild corporation, and all of the shares of said corporation having been at said mect'ng represented, and all of the re quirements of the by-laws of said corporation having been fully compiled with, the following resolution wus. at said meeting unanimously adopted by n vote of all shares of said corpora tion, there represented. Hksoi.vbu, That the articles of Incorporation of The Arizona Central Hank be amended to read as follows; Article I to bo amended as fol lows: ARTICLE I. "The namo of this corporation shall be "The Arizona Central Hank." and Its principal place of business shall lie...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 20 May 1899
TIIK COCONINO SUN. I hare need RIpant Tabulae with to much setts taetloa that I can cheerfully recommend Ihtm. Have beta troubled (or about three yeart with what I called Milous attacks coming on regularly once a week. Wu told by different physicians that It wat canted by bad teeth, of which I had several. I had the teeth extracted, tut the at tacka continued. I had teen advertltementa of Rlpana Tabulea In all the papers but bad no faith In them, but about six weeks alnce a friend In ducedmetotrythem. Bare taken but two of the mall 6 cent boxes of the Tabulei and hare had no recurreuce ot the attacki. Hare nerer given a testimonial for anything before, but the gn at amount ot good which 1 believe baa been -one me by Rlpana Tabulea Induces me to add mine t the many testimonial! you doubtless hate In your possession now I want to Inform yon, m words of highest praise, of the benefit I huve derived from Rlp.ina Tabulea. I am a professional nurse and lu this prufesilouaclear head laalwi...
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 20 May 1899
TUB COCONINO SUN. Anc " Pra - Santa Fe Pa, R,R, Co, Condensed Time Card No. 4. la effect November 23, 1898. WEST. WKST. EAHT. tKAST. 1 H TATIONR. No. I. No. 3. No. 2. No. 4. 1000 p 800 p. L Chicago A 900 p. 95 a. II 20 a. 9 35 a. Kansas City 7 00 a. 10 p. 3 20 a. 4 30 ft. Denver (100 p. ft no p. 425 a. II 00 a. La Junta 1150 a. 845 p. 9 05 p. 1120 a. Albuquerque 1025 p. 805 p. 220 a Wlngatc 5 35 p. .. 2 fa a. 4 25 p Gallup 5 15 p. 143 p. 5 45 a Holbrook 130 p ... 7 05 a 7 35 p. Wlnslow 1235 p. 4 55 a. 9 30 a. 9 5,! p. Flagstaff 10 40 a. 8 19 a. 11 15 a. II 10 p. William 922 a. 707 a. 12 30 p. I2U5 a. Ash Fork 8U5 a. 550 a. 12 35 p. . ', . L Ash Fork A 5 50 a. . 2 27 p. .. A Jerome JcL 4 00 a. 3 10 p Prcscott 3 10 a. Hip. . Congress Jc. II 25 a. . . 9 20 p. J1 Phu-nix 8 30 p. .. 1230 p I2U5 a. I, Ash Fork A 8 05 a. 650 a. 203 p Peach Springs 4 30 a. 330 p. 240 p. Kingman 150 a. 1233 a. 5 45 p 4 2t) a. The Needles 10 55 p. 10 35 p. 705 p.. . . Ulako 9 27 p. 915 p. ,. Hagdad 840 p r 12...
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 20 May 1899
miSSSZ; mimzzsiim Sg&g001"0 SUN' v JK vv-wvwvwwvwwv AN OPPORTUNITY FOK 3 Days Only To hae jour Eje attended to by Arizona's leading Optician, tV Dr. Geo. B. Pratt, Who nlll lie In Flat-staff at the NEW BANK HOTEL b '' YvA Monday Afternoon, Tuesday, Wednesday, TV'VN May 22, 23, 24. REMEMBER, Dr. Pratt Is not a traveling optician, but In permanently located In Phoenix, and comes to Flagstaff at the solicitation of home of hi patron In your city who have friend who need hi ken Ice. Dr. I'ratt I u graduate of two of the bet optical school In till country: he ha had twclte year' practical experience: all hi work 1 fully guaranteed. It yu hae any trouble with your vision, you will do well to call on him at this time. MANY PERSONS do not see a well as they should. Other see well, but their eyes soon become tired. Other suffer with a constant headache, which medicine doe not relievo because the headache comes from eje strain, nnd the proper remedy I u pair of good glasses properly Htted...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
i; w Cfye (Eocontno Sun. Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, MAY 27, 1899. NO. 18. J T. A. KIOKDAN. PmUtaL M. 1. HOtDAN, Smrurr F.W. SISSON. Tnmutt. j; ARIZONA j; fJLUMBER AND TIMBER jj ij j COMPANY, . , : ' MtnutiCturtn of ' , I Native Pine Lumber, : :, ' Props, Stulls, Boxes, Lath, ; J; Piling, Shingles, i; !; Ties, Lagging. Sash and Doors. i Flagstaff, Arizona, V JNlMeriSiifiiSfiSl8E&
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
fmsmm 1 THE COCONINO SUN. LU. ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, ) FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. Interest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits. I Hraftc CnM Ilium all Cnr- eign Countries. We have an extensive Patronage and Correspondence through' out Arizona, and Invite your Banking Business upon ' Liberal and Conservative terms. T. J. POLLOCK, President. C H. EDWARDS, T. E POLLOCK, Cfshier. Assistant Cashier. 11 M.J. '. V & WINSLOW BRICK Jt KENNEDY m T From ti Single Brick To a Train Load. For Prices and Information, Address M. J. KENNEDY. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, FLAGSTAFF. - ARIZONA. f I (liquor storeI ! JULIUS AUBINEAU. I DCM.C IN f WINES, WHISKIES I 7 LIQUORS ana CIGARS t Quietest place in town. J No gambling allowed. p Family Trade Solicited. S , it Hff y Sm
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
s fiij "Stf Oje Coconino Sun. Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, MAY 27, 1899. No. 18. AMERICA'S MEMORIAL DAY. Memorial day Is an exclusive Ameri can holiday. The ohservunce has a larger and deeper significance in 1899 than ever liefure. The soldier's graves of previous wars have been recruited from the army of an milted nation and , now, in addition to the legions which had already established the standard of American valor, we pay tribute to the memory of the heroes of Culm and thePhillip ncsaml the volunteer camp. The cn-toin of setting aside a Na tional holiday up n which to decorate the graves of its heroes was originated in th s country, and indicates how close to the people are the citizwn volunteer soldiery.. It Is not a mere form o: ceremony; there Is a personal tribute in the act. The dead are not honored, as a collective Ixxly of men, hut as individuals, and the little flag unfurled over e.tel) mound Is indeed a deserved personal tribute and honor, which recognizes the individual north...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
TUB COCONINO SUN. St.- If but It is u heroic remedy that is neces sary to remove the blight, which would have soon again settled upon those distant islands, where Dewey V guns echoed the first note of liberty. Our honor was ut pet II when duty called, and the treacherous enslave ment uud chaos threatened, have been liveried, thu misguided Filipino-) saved (rom themselves. Gather the ehaplets of Mowers the sweetest blossoms for our brave bos; bos, who dauntless and fearless, have penetrated the dai kuessof heathendom uud the dark ages to carry the tidings of liberty and honor. Some where in the Good Uook the ehoseu people were admonished to wear a thread of blue in their mantle us a pioof of loyally. On Memoriul Day in 18!9, this thread of blue is found In the mautle of ever) American soldier. The grand old Hug wui never so dear to us before, uud lei. even the ieouoclust and pessimtsvpause for one day, in his c.viiicism uud bare his heud in the bright May sunshine, in honor of the so...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
"sa .. THE COCONINO SUN. Pretcott (o Have a Complete Sewer Syitem. City council held a short session last evening. The water and sewer question, which has been a difficult one, requiring much thought and work has been agreed upon by the awarding of a contract to George W. Sturtevant, Jr., for the construction of sewer sys tem, laying of pipe, and repair of reservoir, for the sum of $Tj3,550. This sura also Includes cost of building the bedrock dam across Granite creek. Yesterday a telegram was received from Mr. Stui-tvant that he was ready to undertake the work at the above named figure, and today he will be wired to come to Prescott, prepared to furnish bond for proper performance of contract and to begin work at once. Bonds to the amount of $75,000 are now on the way to Prescott. Upon their arrival they will be certified and immediatly returned, when the cash will be placed to the credit of the city of Prescott. Doubtless the cash for the bonds will be In the possession of the cit...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. - Vi j TERRITORIAL NEWS. ; Gov. Murphy is attending the ses sion of tho Trans-Mississippi congress tit Omiiliu. Win. Tralnor was bliol anil killed at Wlllcox on Saturday by Win. Downing. Trainor was one of the Arizona rough riders and well known in Arizona. A company was organized in Phoe nix for the purpose of building a hotel at Inglcsido, near tho orange grove at head of the Arizona Canal. A rail road will also lie built fiom Phoenix to Ingleside. The court of private land claims Is in session at Tucson this week. The members of the court are, .hw. It. tlteed, Chief Justice. Tho C. Fuller, Wm. M. Murry. Wilbur F. Stone and Henry C. Sluss, associate justice. The Santa Fe Pre-colt & Phoenix railroad lias purchased forly ncies of land lying north of their tracks in Prescott. They utilize the land for extending their tracks, and will erect cottages for the use of the employees of the road. Win. Abel, quilt rmi-tei-seargeaiu of the Sixth U. S. infantry was run ov...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Notice of Dissolution of Partnership. Notice Is hereby given that the part nership heretofore existing between the undersigned under the tirm name of A. T. Cornish & Company, is till day dissolved by mutual consent. Tlie business will be continued by A. T. Cornish, who will assume all liabilities and collect all debts of the firm. A. T. Coknish, G. II. Uaknky. Flagstaff, Arizona, May 10th, 18!li). Young Mothers. Croup is ttie terror of thousands of joung mothers because its outbreak is so agonizing and frc (Ucntly fatal. Shi loh's cough and consumption cure acts like magic in cases of croup. It lias never been known to fail. The worst cases relieved Immediately. Price 25 cts., 50 cts. and $1.00, for sale by W. II. Edwards. a5. The grain crop in this section has been injured to come extent by the continued cold weather. A good ruin would revive the grain that is now up. Tell Your Sister A beautiful complexion is an impossi bility without good pure blood, the sor...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
THK COCONINO SUN. JEROME FIRE FOURTH OF JULY. Tlio lire which originated in tho Le land Hotel on the morning of 19th inst. spread very rapidly. In u few moments the entire block from the residence of Willhin Munds to the now hospital on botli sides of Hull uvenuc, to the west sidoofMfin street, wus one muss of llames. The New York Store in the Kuohler hriuk building wus almost n totul los from smoke and water, estimated $10, 0J0; Tovrea & Clay, smr.il loss; Lyons & Knobloek, nominal; Seott's bowling olley, $i00; C. M. Olark fc Son, notions, $2,800; Park & Lewis, barbers. $800: Nell & Maddox, $2,000; Annex saloon, $2,000; Senate saloon, $1,500; Hoover & Coitllner, $3,000 on furniture and now building, $-,000 on saloon; David Con ner, $5,OJ0; .1. C. Lanham, Elite saloon, stock and tixtures, $11,000; Dora E. Clark, building, etc., $2,50J; Hooker & Mel''arlaiid, St. Elmo saloon, building stock and llxtures. $:l,000; Joseph Tun borlno, Arizona saloon, $1,500; Hod ...