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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. BACK AGAIN. The Flagstaff Laundry. r W. E. Roy Brought Back From the Asylum Hit Wife Arretted at an Accomplice. At tho April term of court W. E. Roy was indicted by the grand Jury on the charge of grand larceny, but before he was tried on tl)e charge he was tried before a jury as to his sanity and they returned a verdict that he was in sane, and Koy was taken to the insane asylum, and last week was pronounced cured, and Undersheriff Francis brought him back Saturday last. When Roy was arrested for purloin ing goods from his employers, the Poison Brothers of Williams, his wife went to Illinois to stay with her par ents, Becoming anxious to see her husband she went to L'lioenix to see him, but urrived a day too late. She eumo here, and on her arrival u warrant was issued charging her with being an accomplice in the crime of lur husband. She was arrested, and the examination was held yesterdav before Justice of the Peace Prime who, after hearing the evidence, fstk the...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. y LOCAL AND OTHERWISE KM SI- A A DIAMOND FOR A DOLLAR. A Limited Special Offer Which Will La.t for Ten Days Only. Loyd Clalliorne, son of Mrs. A. A. Fisher, is Buffering from an attack of spinal meningitis ami his life is ills pared of. Ed Crow, the pitcher of the Williams base ball club was In town Wednes day. The object, of his trip was to procure a marriago license, and .ludgo Layton issued n licence to Edward Crow and Miss Laura Smooi. There is a time for all things. The time to take DeWitt'- Little Early Kisers is when you are suffering from constipation, biliousness, sick-headache, Indigestion or other stomach or liver trouble-'. They never gripe. Pioneer Drug Store. Tho game of base ball between the Williams and Flagstaff clubs at Wil liams on Sunday resulted In the defeat of the Flagstaff nine, tho score being 22 to 21. It was tho first game of tho season for the home nine and on a pool ball ground. Tho homo club desert e more than passing credit in playing...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 June 1899
v THE COCONINO SUN. - r PUBLIC SCHOOLS. The County School Superintendent Hi Something of Interest to Say. All the public schools of Coconino county have- closed for the present school year, all the districts, except Williams and Belleraont, Bhowiug an increased attendance over last school year. The following is the average daily attendance of the different districts for the years ending June 30.1898 and 1899: district. 1898 1899. Inc. Dee FlttKstntl. No. 1 119 4g 29 ... Williams. No. 2 93 84 7 liellemont. No. 3 6 5 1 Tuba City. No. 5 31 35 4 .... Frodonla, No. 8 29 47 18 MoenAva, No" u 12 1 . .. Total 289 333 Which shows an Increase in the average dally attendance, over last j ear, of 44; or about 15 per cent. Bellcmont district having failed to keep up an average monthly attendance of eight, 'as required by law, was lapsed by order of the Board of Super visors at their April meeting. District No. 4, (Frisco) was reorgan ized with enlarged boundaries by the Board and Summit district...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. hN Jte ffiocottiutf gmt. Entered In the Postofflce at Flagstaff as second class matter. Issued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars a year, In advance. Every paper Is stopped at theeipirattonof the time paid for C M. FUNSTON, Editor. Flagstaff, Saturday, June 3, '99. The storm which visited this section this week has been a great benefit to the stock growing and agricultural interests. England's projected railroad In Africa, from the Cape to Cairo, is 5C04 miles long, which overlaps the Russian Siberia road by a big margin. All the preliminaries for the cele bration of the Fourth of July in Flag staff have been arranged, but the In viting of Dewey to bo present. Europe has inaugurated another series of military maneuvers and sham battles just in lime to encourage und stimulate the operations of the peace conference. The Iowans are patriotic, in Emmet county they have had to name a new town Dolliver. The six principal streets are named Sharier, Maine, Oti...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 June 1899
-i 7 THE COCONINO SUN. MISS FLORENCE HEAVENSTON, The Only Arizona Violin Artist OPERA HOUSE, TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 8:30 P. M. SHARP. Miss Heavenston is only Seventeen Years of age, and is cons sidered a wonder on the Violin by those who have heard her. RESERVED SEATS, $1.50. CENERAL ADMISSION, $1.00. CHILDREN, 50 CTS. Fjttyjii-iM,VVfVB if
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. LODGE DIRECTORY. O RAIUI TRIBE, NO. 8, 1. O. R. M. Meets on Sleep of 6th Sun. Each 7 Sunn at 7 Huns, 30 Breaths. WIfnrum. corner Railroad avenue and Leroux street. Visiting tribe mem bers welcome. F. M. IlitowNiKO. Sachem. J. M. Simpson, C. of R. E. Kijk C. of W. YjOUNTAIN LODGE, NO. 15, K. OF P. Meets Masonlo In Hall every Wednesday night. Visiting nights are cordially Invited to attend. Louis Spkiiis, U. C. C. A. Rush, K. of R. and S. fOURT COCONINO, NO. 896. INDEPEND- - XNT OliUElt Of rOKEHTEHS. Meets Tuesday nights In Masonic Hall. Visit ing members Invited to attend the Court meet ing. F. L. Ueau C. R. Louis Spiers, Recorder. PLAOSTAFF LOIX1E, NO. 13, A. O. U. W. Meets every Thursday night In Masonic Hall. Visiting members Invited to attend. T. A. RICKEU M. W. C. M. Fbnstos, Recorder. PLAOSTAFF LODGE NO. 7, F. & A. M. Regular meeting, on first Saturday' of each month at F. und A. M. Hall, over City Hall. Visiting brethren Invited to nttend Da. E. S. Miujch...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 June 1899
THK COCONINO SUN. r DOCK SOPER ON EXPANSION. Thay is a sadness tliet comes tu me whut fairly makes my aggonle like ez I look over ilio dolus of things these days. Tliuri! Is drops of dewless moister on the loll fevered brows of myself, Hoar 'n' I3ryne 'n' tliet lolal patorlot, Aggionaldo, when we think of the mi.HiisiiiH we air receivin ct the bans of tliU government. Them b'amo Cnbi.ins git '.I millyuns of dnllers fur lharo worm eaten, rusty and freckled p.itertizm and for hangin up a lot of ole rusty hatchets, corn nivesaud li'ich huititsquerrcl rifles. Agglenaldo, fill of red and rosv patcrtiMn, and cncoiir.igln advise frum men of standin like us, a man what hcnhiilin futh In ilie Iiearaftcr and who hez pruved it by sending hiz frond up to see; a man whut ishproutin p.itertism wharu ever lie goze by pi'iiiiin ideas from the sholdors of Fillerpiners with a Muddy hand: this man that, has histod hls-sclf up from anion;,' the people an sod iintu them: "gather up. er bolos, put large ...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 June 1899
r'mL THE COCONINO SUN. FOURTH OF JULY. An Unique Book. .M The various committees who have in hand the work of getting up u celebra tion have had several meetings during the week. The finance committee has enough money pledged to insure the celebration in a grand stvle. The executive committe met yester day and apportioned the auras to the various committees as follows: Barbecue, George Hoiworth chairman. .f?75 00 Grounds, for 3rd. Q. W. Qlowncr, com.... 60 00 Baseball, C II. Coble, chm 2T5 00 Horse, race, T. A. Wordan, chm 0 00 Juvenile irame, 3rd, M. Dlmmlck, chm .... "5 00 Gun club, J. W. Francis, dim 75 00 Fire works, A. B. Douiclas, chm 75 00 Dancing, 3rd, J. W. YVeutherford, chm.. 100 00 Music, D. J. llrannen, chm 150 00 Hose contest, E. S. Clark, chm 150 00 Advertising, C. M. Punston, chm 50 00 Logging contest. E. S. Clark, chm 85 00 Repair and decorating grand stand, A. A. Dutton.chm 15 00 Dance, night of 4th, N. a. Layton, chm.. 25 00 The exesutlve committee instructed the c...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. r A Lessor's Notice. To AM. Whom It May Concehn: Notice Is hereby given thai the Grand Canyon mine sluated In Pine Spring mining district, Coconino county, Arizona, which Is underlease to parties working the name, and that neither the mine nor the owners' thereof will be re' sponsible for any lubor or debts contracted, nor Injuries sustained by any lessees or their employes In working said property; and that no lessee or employe Is the agent of the owners for any purpose, and that all operatives engage In such service at their own risk, and that no debt, or claim of debt, is valid against said mining claim or Its owner. t Flagstaff, May 15 1899. V. II. niDENOUK. Maiioahktii bidenobu. Notice For Publication. Lund Office at Prescott. Ariz., April 39, 1809. Notice Is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Clerk of Probate Court at Flagstaff, Ar...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 June 1899
iSSL. &kk$ukuUi THE COCONINO SUN. Notice to Teacher. There will bo u Teachers' Exam ination for Territorial unci County certificates al the Court House, in Flagstaff, on Monday and Tuesday June 5th and Uth, 180U, commencing on Monday the 5th at 9 o'clock sharp. N. G. Layton. Chairman Board of Examiners. You Try It IfShlloh's cough and consumption cure, which is sold for the small price of25cts., OOcts. and $1.00, does not cure take the bottle back and we wilt refund your money. Sold for over fifty years on this guarntcc. Price 25 cts. and CO cts., for sale by V. R. Edwards. CLOTHES DON'T MAKE THE MAN, But I am the man who makes the clothes. How do I make them Make tliem to fit. I exercise reat cure to Hist take correct measure of your form; having done thix, I cut anil 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 on i; lit to. I guar antee perfect satisfaction. S. BARRO...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. r NOTICE OF AMENDMENT Articles of Incorporation THE ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK. Notice Ik hereby given, that ut a special meet ing of the stockholder ot The Arizona Central Hank, held ut the office of said corporation, la the town of Flagstaff, Coconino county, Arizona Territory, on the 1Mb. day of April, 1899, due notice thereof having been regularly given to all the stockholders of said corporation, and all of the shares otsald corporation having been at said meet'ng represented, and nU of the re quirement of the by-lawn of said corporation having been fully complied with, the following resolution was, at said meeting unanimously adopted by a vote of all shares of said corpora tion, there represented. Keholvku, That the articles of Incorporation of The Arizona 'Central Hank be amended to read ax follows; Article 1 to be amended as fol lows: ARTICLE I. "The name of this corporation shall be 'The Arizona Central Hank." nnd Its principal place of business shall be at Flag...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. )- THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES Outstanding Assurance December 31, 1898.... Assurance applied for in 1898 Examined and declined New Assurance Issued Income Assets December 31, 1898 Assurance Fund $198,898,259 00 All Other liabilities 2,100,550 27 Surplus raid lftllcy Holders in 1898 $ 987,157,13 1 00 198,362,017 00 30,318,878 00 1(18,013,739 00 50,2 19,280 78 258,309,298 54- 201,058,809 27 57,310,489 27 21,020.523 1-2 WALTER N. PARKHURST, General Manager New Mexico and Arizona Department. ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. A. A. FISHER, Resident Agent, - Flagstaff, Arizona. -. 4"-4fX! V
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. - Santa Fe Pa, R, R, Coffxmmmmmmmmmm' Condensed Time Card No. 4. In effect November 23, 1888. WK8T. WKST. No. I. No. 3. 10 00 p. 8 00 p. 1131 a. 935 a. Sdl a. 4 30 a. 4 2S a. 11 00 a. OS p. 1120 u. 220 a 2 5S a. 4 25 p. si .. .. 70S a. 73S p. K a. 52 p. 11 It a. II 10 p. 1231 p. 1205 a. l-3 p 227 p jiu p 45 p. 20 p. 1230 p. 12 OS a. 2U.p 3 30 p. 240 p. 5 4S p. 4 20 a. ;u) p. , .. is p rl2IS a 131 a. 8 30 a. 2 10 a 3 15 a 8 30 a 160 p. in p :. 841 pj L Chicago A Kansas City Denver La Junta Albuquerque Wingate Gallup Holbrook Wlnslow Fl install Williams , Axh Fork EANT. No. 2. 00 p. 700 a. A III n ii sn ft 10 23 p. oas p. 515 p. 130 p. 12 XS n. 10 40 a. 22 a. 8 05 a. L Ash Fork A A Jerome Jo L Prcscott Congress Je. Phoenix L Axh Fork A Peach Springs Kingman The Need lex Blake Bagdad Daggett Iiarxtow Kramer Mojave Los Angeles San Diego San Francisco 5 50 a, 400 a. 3 10 a. 1125 a. 8 30 p. R9S n 12.10 p. 1010 p. 120 p. iu a. 500 p. No. 3 leaves Flagstaff on Mondays, Wed...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 June 1899
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 June 1899
ff Cfe (Eoconino Sun VOL. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, JUNE 10, 1899. J T. A. tlORDAN. PmlJrni. M J. KIOPDAN, SnrtUrr i F.r. SISSON. Tnuortr. i j: "' ARIZONA J; 1 I LUMBER AND TIMBER jj k T jj company. J Mtnutietiirtrt of I i Native Pine Lumber, ! Props, Stulls, Boxes, Lath, Piling, Shingles, 13; Ties, Lagging. Sash and Doors. i; .. Flagstaff, Arizona, m ' 1 aaaavswvsaaAiVsaaaaaaaaaaa''i No. 20. HKilrai 1 MwfT -irF mMk iv
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. Interest Paid on Time and Sayings 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. Q ROBINSON, Assistant Cashier. .'- t MS Hi M.J. WINSLOW BRICK xS & KENNEDY to ag m & 'I1 From a Single Brick To a Train Load. For Prices and Information. Address M. J. KENNEDY, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA. LIQUOR STORE I JULIUS AUBINEAI). I DIALER IN J C FINE S WINES, WHISKIES LIQUORSCIGARS Quietest place la town No gambling allowed. Family Trade Solicited. ? vAvAvAVvsAvsA-&
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 June 1899
4 Cfye Coconino Sun. Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, JUNE 10, 1899. NO. 20. WILLIAMS MEETS DEFEAT. J out on the mesa, a streak of red legs j around tlio bugs and a cloud of dust at Flag.taff Ball Tower Have Revenge on t"e third pillow when It was all over. Their Former Victor. I The next batter stearcd one up In the air and toward the Verde country, but WllHuinit' aggregation of ball toners it fell into a well out in center field came up from that thriving borough ' "'"-'d y an elongutcd fellow named Hnmiiiv .mil ..n..:i,r,.il tti., incut hiir. Fiynii. With two out and two men on ' j "-- -npi ...w .uv. .... ... hide chasers in the national game. For ome time it was a much mooted base the catcher got to talking to hlm-elf and wondering why his girl question in tin grand stand as to' wasn't in the grand stand, and the ball whet Iter it wax a ball game or an ora torical conl est, but eventually it turned out the former with a few variation. Williams went to bat. One of the long-legged sons of tha...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 June 1899
THB COCONINO SUN. cut the ball on the solar ploxls und wound up at third. He was culled out. It was thought at tlrst on account of his natlouulity, but it proved to bo for not touching second base while making the circuit. The home team cume to bat. The first man wanted to hit the umpire und run. They poured his place full of sawdust and went on with the game. One run was roped up und turned Into tho tally jur with the lot of washers they had corulled duiing the three previous innings. Interest was flag ging among the Flagstaff contingent. Every one of those waxhers looked like a full moon with the center punched out. That one tally loomed up like the Burtholdl statue of liberty in the Now York harbor. Williams struck a knot in their li.ilf of the fourth; couldn't pull out a score with a corkscrew, und a hunk of bi cycle tire stuffing was awarded them. Flag's second basemun, a blonde young man, even went out of his way to pre vent the b.vll sneaking past him and the first baseman ke...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 June 1899
mwj'gBU THE COCONINO SUN. V r jl TERRITORIAL NEWS. jj Jury fees (or the last terra of court in Phoenix amounted to $2,813. A lodge of Workman has been or ganized at Ciiaparral with 23 members. The Elks of the territory are plan ning to run a special train to the Elks' convention to be held in St. Louis the last of this month. There are eight prisoners in the Yavapai county jail charged with mur der, certainly not a very flattering record for our county. Journal-Miner. The merchants of Phoenix are buy ing a large amount of stock in the new Ingleside railroad proposition. About $20,000 worth has been taken by local merchants who will be benefited by the Improvement. Walter C. Miller, a nephew of W. A. Clark, and manager of T. F. Miller & Co.'s store at Jerome, was married on Tuesday, June 6, to Miss Laura S. Minty, daughter of Auditor and Gen eral Manager Minty, of the Jerome railroad. They have gone to Colorado to spend their honeymoon. A notice is posted in the Prescott land off...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. ciiiriTiAMi i nmc vwvwvwwwvwwwww5 KD1TEU 1IY MALVKIt.V MMMtCK. TERM REPORT. Roport of the Flagstaff public schools for the year ending May 20, 181111: FIRST PIUMAKY DEPARTMENT. Mrs. Florence Olney, Teacher. Days attendance 7142 Days absence 540.5 Number tardy 10!) Boys enrolled 38 Girls enrolled 44 Total enrollment 82 Average number belonging 45 A vernge dally attendance 42 Percentage of attendance 03 SECOND PIUMAKY DEPARTMENT. Miss Cara Finnie. Teacher. Days attendance 5408 Dava absence 510 Number tartly 222 Boys enrolled 2!) Glrlft enrolled 24 Total enrollment 53 Averaga number belonging . ... 3" Average daily attendance 32 Percentage of attendance 02 INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. Miss Anna Miller, Teacher. Days attendance 48li'l Days abeneu 3(52 Number tardy 244 Boys enrolled 23 Girls enrolled 21 Total enrollment 44 Average number belonging 31 Average dally attendance 28 Percentage of attendance 90 GRAMMAR DEPARTMENT. Miss Katherino Edwards, Teacher. Days attendance ...