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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
THB COCONINO SUN. MEMORIAL DAY. r - Programme of the Exercises to be Held in Flagstaffi All organizations will meet at Headquarters of Company I, N. G. A., (Catholic School House), at 10 o'clock, A. M sharp, where the procession will form in the following order: Company I, N O. A., with arms. "Jtough Klders" and Red Men. Volunteers of lato war. Grand Army of the Republic. Flagstaff Fire Department: Ed. 13. Ayer Pioneer Hose Company. I). M, Klordan Hose Company. W. O. Nevln Hose Company. David liahiiltt Hook and Ladder Company. Milton Hose Company. All orders and secret societies. March to public school house, tho line of march to bo selected by M.trshal of the Day At public school house the assemblage will be called to order by George Hox worth, chairman, followed by opening services by O. A. K. Invocation bv Kev. George Logic. Music by Orchestra. Address by Mr. M. J. Klordan. Musle by Orchestra. Address by Professor M. Dimmlck. Music by Orchestra. Singing, "America," by school chil...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
THE COCONINO SUN i&hc E0C0iUi0 mt. Entered In tbo Postoftlco nt Flagstaff ns second class mutter. Issued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars a year, In advance, Every paper is stopped at the expiration of tho time paid for C M. FUNSTON, Editor. Flagstaff, Saturday, May. 27, '00. A MAN has laid claim to the heart of Chicago. He should have gone after the gull. Now that Jerome has had so many fires it Is justly entitled to be culled the leading mining camp in Arizona. THE Adjutant General has prepared tho statement of tho number of deaths in tho army since tho beginning of the war with Spain: In Cuba, 1,31(0; Porto Uico, 2S7; Honolulu, 45: in Philippines. ISOU; United Stales; 3,772. Total (1,200. regarding Flagstaff, and requesting copies of tho SUN. There is no adver tising mutter descriptive of this sec tion and a Board of Trade could ui-slst in matters of this kind, and with the proper effort our population could be largely increased during the next live. years. A H...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. y By request of the King's Daughter's of the Presbjterian church, Uncle Sura will give u reception to the nations on the evening of Decorution Day, Tues day, May 30, from 8 to 10 o'clock, in Babbitt's hall. The nations invited will appear in national costume. In strumental music by the Flagstaff orchestra, and vocal selections by other friends ol Uncle Sam. At the close of the reception ice cream will be served by the ladles. Tickets on sale at the drug stores and G. H. Coffin's grocery. Adults ft) cents. Children 23 cents. The Public Schools. The nine months term of the public schools in Flagstaff closed yestetday, and it was a gala day with the pupils. The closing exercises were held in the Kiner-on high school assembly room, which uas crowded to its utmost capac ity by the friends and parents of the pupils. The programme consisted of recita tions, dialogues songs and drills. The drills of the pupils from the rooms of Mrs. Olney and Miss Finnic deserve special me...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. cvwvwwwwvwwvwww i BRIEF LOCALS. VwvvwvwwvwvvwvwvvvS Satuudav, May 27. 1809. Harry Htbbon made a trip to Tuba city this week. Work on the Donahue and ttio Wcathcrford buildings 1ms been sus pended for want of brick. Mrs. Geo. H. Barney and Miss Jennie Bayless left last Sat mil ay for their former home in Gallup, N. M. For sale 160 acres land. Never fail ing spring. Title perfect. Apply to Joseph Carroll, Flagstaff, Arizona. Dr. J. S. Weisor, one of the leading opticians of San Francisco made his annual visit to FlagstutT this week. John F. Jones, formerly manager of the Aztec Cattle Company, but now a resident of Gardon City, Kuns., was in town during tho week. Arthur D. King and wife who have been residents of this place for the past year left for their former homo in Muncie, Inch, Monday. Those desiring their houses or stores fitted with pipe and fixtures, can have the work done promptly and accurately by W. F. Frledlein. 19tf J. T. McWlllluins and wife left Thurs...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
tf 0 ifc i itt 0 0 viz to to P, R, E A T H E R F O R D & C 0, 1 0 i THE COCONINO SUN. GENERAL $1 00 Bargains For All We are not price meeters, 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 8 cans ' 'St. Charles ' ' Milk -10 cans" Challenge ' ' Milk -10 cans Corn - - - -10 cans Tomatoes -30 bars "German Family" Soap 40 bars "Our Leader" Soap - 5 lb. sack Salt 1 gallon Coal Oil -1 gallon Vinegar - Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Oucenswarc and all goods at the cut prices. P. R. WEATHERFORD & CO., Flagstaff, Arizona. 00 00 00 00 00 1 00 10 35 30 Hats, same MERCHANDISE 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 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ZZM
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. k-J Wm. Campbell sold a train load of Bheep at Albuquorquu this week. Kllgore and Sterling' have two thousand sheep here awaiting shlp incni. Our silk faced serge suits are beaut ies. Flagstaff Cash Store. The Now Bank hotel Is having a bath room put In for the convenience of Its guests. T. E. Pollock left Thursday for Phoenix to attend a session of the board of Normal school iru-uees. Rev. and Mr. Jenness and Miss Anna Schuerman of Presoott. were visitors to the Grand Canyon this week. The newest shapes and colors In gentlemen's shoes at Flagstaff Cash Store. H. C. Yeager and Son, L. D. Yeager, shipped twenty-four car loads of sheep from Wlnslow this week to Kansas City. Miss Ada Greenloaf left for Los Gatos, Cal., where she has accepted a position as house-keeper with the Tolfree's. Mrs. F. V. Smith wife of the Selig man druggist and postmaster Is spend ing the week hero villi Mrs. M. J. Kennedy. George H. Harney is now located in Williams, having purehai;d the b...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
THIS COCONINO SUN. A r Murder at Ath Fork. Wednesday morning F. S. Harris, section Foreman of the Sunta Fe Pacific at AnIi Fork was found deud in ills cabin. His head win pounded into a pulp. The murder was a horrible one, unil the motive is presumed to have been robbery. Harris had dis charged a Mexican that day and as lie disappeared during the night it was suspicioned that lie committed the deed, us it wus evident that Harris wus killed shortly after he went to his cabin after having quit work. Deputy SheritT Foley followed the Mexican to Winslow and yesterday he arrested him while trying to sell the watch taken from the murdered man. Harris was about Xi years of age and hud until recently been employed by tho S. F. & l railroad at Wickenburg. us hection foreman i Notice For Publication. Land Offlce at Prescott. Ariz., April 29, 1899. Notice Is hereby given that tho following named settler has Hied notice of his intention to make limit proof In support of his claim, nnd that ...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Sugar Beds in Arizona. Bulletin HO, of tho Arizona Experi ment Station, publishes tho results of tho second year's experiments with sugar beets, made in Salt River valley during 18!)8, which are of considerable Interest to the agricultural public. Tho results of the previous year's work, conducted in tho manner usual elsewhere, were dlsciiUMgln.;, but act lug on the experience gained during this first attempt, a second and more successful plan was carried out during 1898. In addition to experiments with beets, Salt River valley was explored for suitable water and limestone, both of which are essential to tho establish ment of a beet-sugar factory. The following is a summary of the results of tho year's expot intents: 1. Sugar beets of good quality and in paying quantities can bo produced in Salt River allej. An essential precaution Is o.iriy planting, from January 1st tu the middlo of Fobuary being probably the best season. Tho average for 181)8 on ten winter-sown ...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
THB COCONINO SUN. r y LODGE DIRECTORY. QHAIBI TRII1E. NO. 8, 1. O. H. M. Meet (in Sleep of fithSun. Kach 7 Suns at 7 Runs, 30 llrcatnx. Wigwam, corner Railroad avenue and Leroux street. Visiting tribe mem bent welcome. F. M. Browning, Sachem. J. M. SIMPSON, a of R. K. KLIE C. of W. M OUNTAIN LODGE, NO. IS, K. OF P. Meets Masonic In Hall erery Wednesday night. Visiting cnlghts are cordially Invited to attend. Louis SPKIKS, C. C. C. A. HUSH, K. of It. and S. "OUUT COCONINO, NO. BM, INDEPEND-s- ENT OHDElt OP roilKHTKIU. Meets Tuesday nights In Masonic Hall. Visit ing members invited to attend the Court meet ing. F. L. HEAL, C R. Louis Spiers, Recorder. F LAQSTAFF LODGE, NO. 13. A. O. U. W. Meet every Thurslav night In Masonic Hall. Visiting members Invited to attend. T. A. HICK EL, M. W. C. M. Funston. Recorder. F LAQSTAFF LODGE NO. 7, F. & A. M. Itcgular meetliu, on first SiturtHv of each month nt F. mid A. M. Hall, over City Hall. Visiting brethien Invited to ullend 1)11. K. S. ....
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
S THE COCONINO SUN. Notice to Teachers. Thero will bo a Teachers' Exam ination for Territorial and County certificates at the Court House, in Flagstaff, on Monday and Tuesday June 5th and (ith, 18!W, commencing on Monday the 0th at 9 o'clock sharp. N. G. Layton. Chairman Board 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 Shiloh's cough and consumption cure. Sold on positive guarantee for over fifty years. For sale by W. K. Edwards. b2. CLOTHES DON'T MAKE THE MAN, But I am tho man who makes the clothes. How do I make theml Make them to fit. I exercise reat care to first take correct measure of your form; having done this, I cut ami make the garments 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. F...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. r NOTICE OF AMENDMENT Articles of Incorporation THE ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK. of business shall be at Flagstaff, Coconino county, Arizona: and It shall have branch offices for the purposes of banking and any and all business of any kind and nature whatsoever. In the town of Kingman, Mohave county, Ari zona territory; and as such other places as the stock holders may from time to time desig nate. And the part of the first article not effected by the above amendment shall read as the same appears In the present charter. C. H. EDWABDH, Ten Cent U. S. Documentary i Stamp. Notice Is hereby given, that at a special meet ing of the stockholders of The Arizona Central Hank, held at the office of said corporation, i Secretary of The Arizona Central Hank and In the town of Flagstaff, Coconino county, agent for the stock-holders of said corporation. Arizona Territory, on the ISth day of April, 1899, ' I hereby certify that the above Is a true and due notice thereof having been re...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. I hart used Ripens Tabules with tn much, aatl faction tht I caa cheer, u lr I ecu i mrnd the m. Bate Imi troubled fir a.xutt thrto j.art with what I called bilious attacl.se ii.mg on regularly one a week. Wat toil by dl .erenl phy lane that It wo canted by bod teeth, of which I had MTtraL I had the teeth eu..-tod, l.ut the at taoke continued. I had aeej idYerttoementa of Rlpane Tabules In all the pare: but bad no faith in them, but about alx weeks s'nee a f rl. nd In docedmetotrytbem. Harot Irnbuttnoofthe (mall Icent txc of the T.-b .Ire and bare had no recurrence ( the attmk. ''ate nerer glean a testimonial for anything t f re, but the gr at amount of food which I belle e l.n teen t one me by Rlpane Tabulee Induct me tiuUJ mine u the many teitlmonlal you donbtleu hae In your piaaesslon now 1 want to Inform you, m word of hluhest praise, of the Unrnt 1 h.iie derleed from Lip ns Tabules. I am a irofietl nal nur-e and tit t hi pruf eeslou n clear h. ad I a w ye neiHl...
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
at gwv THE COCONINO SUN. CnnHnncnH TlmA CarH Kin A l Alflf PA PiPkAA Condensed Time Card No. 4. HKtS tfKU5., In effect November 23, 1898. i r WEST. 'WEST. EAST. tEAST. STATIONS. No. 1. No. 3. No. 2. No. 4. 10 00 p. 8 00 p. L Chicago A 9 00 p. 9 52 a. 1120 a. 9 35 a. Kansas City 7 00 a. 9 10 p. 320 a. 430 a. Ucmcr 501) p. 5 00 p. 4 25 a. II 00 a. La Junta 1150 u. 8 45 p. 9 05 p. 1120 a. Albuquerque 10 25 p. 805 p. 220 a Wlngnte 535 p 255 a. 425 p Gallup 5 15 p. 143 p. 5 45 a ... Ilolbrook 130p 7 05 a. 7 35 p. Winslow 12 35 p. 9 55 a. 9 30 a. 9 52 p. Flagstaff 10 40 a. 8 19 a. 11 15 a. II 10 p. Williams 922 a. 707 n. 12 30 p. 12 05 a. Ash Fork 8 05 a. 5 50 g. 1235 p.; .. L Ash Fork A 551) u. : 227p. ... A Jerome Jc L 400 a 3I0p ... Prescott 3 10a 845 p. .. CongreisJc. 1125 a 9 20 p. Plurnlx 8 30 p 12 SO p. 12 05 a. L Ash Fork A K 05 a. 6 50 a. 203 p. ... . . Peach Springs 430 a. 3 30 p. 2 40 p. Kingman 150 a. 12 33 a. 5 4 p. 4 20 a. The Needles 10 55 p. 10 35 p. 7 05 p. . Illake 9 27 ...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 27 May 1899
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 June 1899
c Cfy (Zocomno Sum Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, JUNE 3, 18W. NO. 19. J T. A. tlOtDAN. Pmidrtil H J. IIOKDAN. Sctnury f. r. StSSON. Tnturrr J ARIZONA I LUMBER AND TIMBER j company, J Msaubeturert of ' I i Native Pine Lumber, !; : Props, Stulls, Boxes, Lath, ; j; - ' Piling, Shingles, j; Ties. Lagging. Sash and Doors. f ' ' ' Flagstaff, Arizona, i;
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 June 1899
THE COCONftO SUN. If1..".. RSV... Y? sT . ! ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. Interest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits. Drafts Sold Upon all For 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. T. E POLLOCK, Vice President C H. EDWARDS, Cashier. C O. ROBINSON, Assistant Cashier. M.J. WINSLOW BRICK T? KENNEDY jjjf a, From a Single Brick To a Train Load. For Prices and Information, Address M. J. KENNEDY. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, FLAGSTAFF. - ARIZONA. rUQUORSTOREl I JULIUS AUBINEAU, i. DtALtR IN f C FINE WINES, WHISKIES I ? LIQU0RSGI6ARS t Quiete$t phet la town. J No gtmbting allowed. i K Family Trade Solicited. S 1 A
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 June 1899
r Cfye Coconino Sun. Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, JUNE 3, 1899. No. 19. MEMORIAL DAY. Its Observance in Flagstaff. The Vetec ant of Two War Unite So the Cere' monies of the Day. In 18(19, when Gen. John A. Logan was commander In chief of the G. A. 11. thut famous Illinois soldier, announced Muy 30, as the day on which the graves of soldiers should be decorated with flags and flowers, and each year, for thirty years has this custom been ob served by the nation. For the first time since the close of the civil war, the graves of the Ameri can soldier or sailor whofell in another war were decorated, and all over the country there has been a revival of the interest in the nations Memorial Day, and here during the services all busi ness was suspended. In Flagstaff interest in the observ ance of Memorial Day, has been kept alive by. t lie members of G. A. It. and among those who have beeu most uciivu in this matter are George Hox worth, L. L. Burnt- and V. II. Pierce, and this year the G. A. R. we...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 June 1899
.w THE COCONINO SUN. Lis- TERRITORIAL NEWS. j George Mtntz litis severed hi con nection with the Globe Times. Mr. It. C. Browii is now sole proprietor of tlnvt paper. United Suites com t will convene In I'lCMott on Monday June, 12, at v. hich time u grand jury will he impaneled to investigate all cases of infi actions of United States laws presented to them. Washington Jacobs died In Ios Angeles on the 20th Inst. He came to Tiic-on in 1880 and opened an essay office, and had mining interests in Sonora. He leaves a wife and three sons to mourn his loss. Tho official announcement has been made that the appointment of Mr. H. P. Anewalt as acting general fi eight and passenger agent of the S. F. P. & P. railroad, vice Mr. Geo. M. Sergent, resigned, to take effect on .lune 1. Grand Master Workman J. W. Shrove will be in Piescott Saturday, June 3, and it is expected that Pres cott lodge No. 14, A. O. U. W. and the Degree of Honor will give him a royal entertainment at that time or dur...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 June 1899
TUB COCONINO SUN. r The Utah and Arizona railroad is being rapidly pushed toward the min ing camp to the north of us, and the whole country in that direction is be ing located, and the sanguine ones predict the biggest mining boom that ever struck Mohave county. We can stand a boom all right, but we think this will be more of a steady growth than u boom and predict a prosperous year in 1900. Miner. It was currently reported this week that the games in one of the ''line" houses had dropped $30,000 this year. The management deny this, though admitting losses. This was evident In the game of policy early In the present month. It is certainly t rue that all the games are now poorly patronized. This is said to be due to the absence of women. Tucson tJitizen. Miss Nellie Persons will leave to night for Depere, Wis., her former home, accompanying the remains of her father, who died here some three months ago and which were disintered and prepared for shipment by Under taker A. J. Bradley. ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 June 1899
23CTH5w THE COCONINO SUN. L 11 fc. jKfAftaVvL There was rejoicing in Yuma lust Monday when the welcome news came over the wire from Wellington that the supreme court hud rendered a de cision In favor of the government In the Algodonen lund grunt. The dis pute, now forever cut tied with no possibility of Its reopening bus held In ubeyttnce the prosperity of Yuma county for many years. The decision places open for entry a, greater portion of the richest valley lu the Union, which will now bespeedlly u uniformed from a desert waste into a veritable paradise. Sun. A strange accident happened Thurs day between Gila Bend and Sentinel. On Wednesday a train loud of cutde, consisting of twentj-flve curs, was loaded ut Puntuno, near Tucson. Be tween the two pluces first mentioned it was discovered thut a car in the lhiddlc of the train hud burned and the twenty-live head of cuttle therein hud perished. It wus not discovered that the car was on tire until after it had burned, and all the cattl...