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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 June 1899
tub cocovinosun. V r Stage Robbers Captured. The two handlls that held up the Globe-Florence stage lust .Moik1.i , tieui HI vol Hide, wisie captured Saturday afternoon near Benson by Sheriff Tril lium iiml iosse. Ah whs suspicioned by the passengei a on the fateful stage, one of them was u woman und is bald to bo Pearl Hart, who was formerly a pioprietress of a hou-o In the reser ation, and was addicted to the mor phine habit. The trail of the rubbers was easily kept and the couple were captured ue.ir a school house near Bun-on. When captured, both wuro asleep and the woman can led the plunder, $400 and a gold watch of O. J. Neil, one of the passengers. They were carried to Floiunco where u trial will likely be given them Ih a few days. The woman was still attired in man's cloth in; when captured. Enterprise. A, J, GARCIA Hat Opened a X BOOT AND SHOE SHOP In the Cook Building on SAN FRANCISCO STREET. BOOTS AND SH3ES MADE TO ORDER. Repairing at - - Reasonable Rates. Kodol Dyspepsia C...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 June 1899
SHS2SSS2S?HWiWW THE COCONINO SUN. Uj? tcminc gun. Entered In the Postoftlce at Flaitstnn" os second class matter. Issued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars a year. In advance. Every paper Is stopped at the expiration of the time paid for C M. FUNSTON, Editor. Flagstaff, Saturday, June lo, "M. ENFORCING THE LAW. The counties of Arizona are all of tliciii lux ridden, mid in many count U-s the tux payoi-s have organized for tlio purpose of preventing raids ou thu county treasury. An organization of some kind is needed in this county. Tho rate of taxation In ulruiidy high und this year it will no doubt be raised to the extreme limit allowed by law, und but little effort Is being inude to reduco current expenses. The following, taken from tlio Phoe nix Enterprise, shows what the Tax payers League In Murlcup.i county hus done: "Two years ago, or on June 18. 18117, in the case of E. Kays vs. J. T. Priest, judgment was rendered against thu latter for .V0, unlawfully appropriate...
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THE COCONINO SUN. X r K Board of Supervisors. The Hoard of Supervisoi-s met on Saturday, June 3. All the members were present, and the following business was transacted: It Is hereby ordered that the N K i, of Section It), Township 22 N Range 1 W bo leased to A. A. Allen, for a term of ft years ft a rental of 2.."0 per year. Ordered that K 4, N K 1, Section 4, Township 20 North Range 0 East, be and the same Is hereby leased to 13. F. Taylor for a term of 5 years ut.u rental of $3.2." per year. Tho following cluliiiB against the couniy were approved" William Field leln, labor and supplies, $11. 1U; J. H. Jones, supplies Williams hnspual, f."2.,r)."; C. E. Boyce, supplies road dis trict No. 4, Wd.07. It Is hereby ordered by unanimous vote of the board that E. S. Clark be emplojed as additional counsel from this date (Juno 3, 18IKI) until December .'II, 1900, at a compensation of )7i0 for the entire tlm, and thu clerk I-directed to draw a cert ideate of allow ance for $.17.1, according...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. vwwwvwvwvwvwvww BRIEF LOCALS. I tvwvwwwwwwwwvwv Satuhday, Junk 10, 1899. V. H. Clark of Hoi brook spent Mon day hero. W. C. Bayloss returned from tho Grand Canyon mines Tuesday. F. W. Volz, tho Indian trader at Canyon Diablo, was In town Monday. David and E. J. Babbitt are enjoying a Hshing trip to Oak Creek this week. The N'ovlu hose company is practic ing every night for the hoo race on the Fourth. J. .1. Donahue and wife left Saturday for a three-week trip to Southern California points. Mrs. M. M. Smith left last night for Flagstuff, where she will spend the summer. Phoenix Herald. W. II. Buntain, superintendent of forest reserves for Arizona and Now Mexieo, spent Tuesday here. Charles Canall left Tuesday on a thirty-day vacation, which ho will spend in St. Louis and Chicago. Fred Koss a soldier of tho Spanish American war was accidentally shot und killed at Ash Fork on Monday. For sale 100 acres land. Never fall lug spring. Title perfect. Apply to Joseph Carrol...
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4 tt ft ft 0 vi 0 P, R, W E A T H E R F O R D & C O. tf 0 ft It 0 0 to to to 0 0 to to THE COCONINO SUN. GENERAL Bargains For All We are not price mcetcrs, 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: 16 lbs. Granulated Sugar - $1 00 8 cans "SL Charles" Milk - 1 00 Weans "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 - 1 00 5 lb. sack Salt - - - 10 1 gallon Coal Oil - - - 35 1 gallon Vinegar ... 30 Dry Goods, Hoots and Shoes, Hats, Queensware and all goods at the same cut prices. P. R. WEATHERFORD & CO., Flagstaff, Arizona. MERCHANDISE m m m m m m m m m n m m m m 9 m ? 9 9 m m SKFSa?i
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THE COCONINO SUN. Jk- W. H. Powell returned yesterday from a trip to Los Angeles. A bath room Is being built over the kitchen of the New Bank hotel. E. P. Greenlaw, manager of the Greenlaw mills, spent Sunday here. C. II. Smalley, the bookkeeper of the Greenlaw mill, was up from Clark's valley Thursday. G. H. Hhamey of the scoud-hand store, has leased the Aublneau build ing and will remove his stock to that location before the 1st of July. The machinery for the Flagstaff Steam laundry is being placed in posi tion and Mr. Gavin expects to have the laundry In operation by July 1. P. M. Gavin is building a nine room residence on thu east side of town. It will bo a neat, attractive home when finished. A. W. Jurdeu has thu con tract. Charles von Erxloben, the deputy U. S. surveyor, has completed his contract for the survey of six townships near Tuba City, and came In from that country yesterday. Thu camp at the reunion of Iloo-c-veil's Hough Riders, will bu conducted on the line of thu G...
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THE COCONINO SUN. 4 Good Ore. r A W. H. Ferguson, who Is in charge of the Grand Canyon mine, the old Klilen our property, but now owned by'Boston cupitttllhtM, today received th returns from the first ear load of ore shipped. The ore was triilppcd to the Philadel phia Smelting and Reduction company of Pueblo. It consisted of twetily-one tons and aftt-rdeductlugrailroud freight and cost of treatment netted dim $2,452. Mr. Ferguson will have another car load ai the railro.id xtatlon tomorrow which lie will ship on Wednesday, and has two more car load on the dump at the mine. Mr. Ferguson was Instru mental in making the mile of this prop erty, and after examining It carefully hUked hit reputation on it and from the above It will heocen that his judge ment was correct. Still the old man had to "kick" today. He nays a man has to do thai any way just to Htand in with the other klekeiM. The particu lar "kick" that ho registeied was that he had estimated this car load of ore at J-V'hXJ and ...
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TUB COCONINO SUN. Low Rates to the Seashore. Tho Santa Fo Rnutu will sell cheap excursion tickets to Los Angeles San Diego, Ileilondo Hunch, or Santa Monica on tho following dates: Juno 3. 7, 17 and 21: July 1, 12, 22 and 2(1; August 5, it, li), 2(1 and III). There will ho a big. crowd at tho seashore this year, especially during .Inly and Au gust when tho N. K. A. people aro there. San Diego has many attractions of bay and ocean, as well as many places or interest on land. In .Inly thoy will havo a big festival at Tia luana, that quaint little Mexican bottler town, f lie Governor of Lower California and stall will be theio and his ofllcial band wi.h brass buttons, gold lace and music. The programme will consist of a barbecue, bull light and Spanish games. agsst. J. P. ARNOLDS, WATCH MAKER and JEWELER. DEALER IN CLOTHES DON'T MAKE THE MAN, (tut I mil the man who makes the clothes. How ilo I make them .Make them to tit. I exercise great caio to first take enrrtwt measure of your form...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. 4 r Lessor's Notice. To all Whom It May Conckkm: Notice Is hereby given that tbeOrand Canyon mine stuulcd In Pine Spring mining district, Coconino county, Arizona, which Is under lease to parties working the same, und that neither the mine nor the owner' thereof will be re Kponslble for any lubor or debts contracted, nor Injuries sustained by any lessees or their employes la 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 vulld against said mining claim or Its owner. Flagstaff. May 15 IH. V. II. RltlKNOUK. MAKOAKKTII KlUKNOUIl. Notice For Publication. Land Office at Prescott. Ariz., April 29, IW. Notice Is hereby glcn that the following named settler has tiled 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, Arizona, o...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 June 1899
KS2Ka!233K& THK COCONINO SUN. LODGE DIRECTORY. J. C MILUGAN, y o RAIBI TKIBE, NO. 8, 1. O. R. M. Meets (in Sleep of th Sun. Each 7 Suns at 7 Runs, SO Breaths. Wigwam, comer Railroad avenue and Leroux street. Visiting tribe mem bers welcome. F. M. Browning. Sachem. J. M. SIMPSON. C. of R. B. KMK CofW. MOUNTAIN LODQE, NO. IS, K. OP P. Meets Masonlo In Hall every Wednesday night. Visiting might are cordially Invited to attend. Louis Speiiw, C. C. C. A. Hush, K. of R. and S. c OURT COCONINO, NO. KM. INDEPEND ENT OKDER, or rOHESTIKS. Meets Tuesday nights In Masonic Hnll. Visit ing members Invited to attend the Court meet ing F. L. BEAK C. H. Louis Spiers, Recorder. pLAQSTAFF LODGE, NO. 13, A. O. U. W. Meets every Thursday night In Masonlo Hall. Visiting members Invited to attend. T. A. HICKEU M. W. C. M. Funston, Recorder. F LAGSTAFF LODGE NO. 7. F. & A. M. Regular meeting, on first Saturday of each month at F. and A. M. Hall, oyer City Hall. Visiting brethren invited to attend D...
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THE COCONINO SUN. r THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES Outstanding Assurance December 31, 1898....$ 987,157,134 00 Assurance applied for in 1898 198,362,617 00 Examined and declined 30,318,878 00 New Assurance Issued 168,043,739 00 Income 50,249,286 78 Assets December 31, 1898 258,369,298 54 Assurance Fund $198,898,259 00 All Other Liabilities 2,160,550 27 201,058,809 27 Surplus 57,310,489 27 raid IWicy Holders in 1898 24,020,523 42 WALTER N. PARKHURST, General Manager New Mexico and Arizona Department. ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. A. A. FISHER, Resident Agent. - Flagstaff, Arizona. f&Z1RWf$MBXXftmmtmrv
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.isiasarUrww THE COCONINO SUN. I fc NOTICE OF AMENDMENT Articles of Incorporation THE ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK. Notice Is hcrt-by git en. that ut a special meet ing of the stockholders of The Arizona Central Hank, held at the oflUo of said corporation. In the town or Flagstaff, Coconino county, Arizona Territory, on tho 15th day of April, 1889, due notice thereof having been regularly ghen to all the stockholders of said corporation, and all of tho shares of said corporation having been (it said mect'ng represented, and all of the re quirements of the by-laws of said corporation having been fully complied with, the following resolution was, at said meeting untnlmously adopted by a vote of all shares of said corpora tion, there represented. Ue.soi.veu, That the articles of Incorporation of The Arizona 'Central Hank bo amended to read as follows; Artlclo 1 to bo amended as fol lows: AKT1CLK I. The name of this corporation shall lie "Tho Arizona Central Hank." and Its principal place of bu...
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THE COCONINO SUN. J. r Santa Fe Pa, R, R, Co, Condensed Time Card No. 4. In effect November 23, IK. WEST. No. 1. i.'.n p. SOT p. . iu p, 0 45 p. VM p. 1230 p. snip 3:io p. I4. p 7(C) p 9 15 p. 1.' 15 a ISO il 2 10 n. 3 15 a, K.B) it i n p 6 45 p, WEST. No. 3. 8 00 p, 9 35 il. 4 30 a. 11(10 II. 1120 n. 425 p, 735 . 9 62 p. II 10 p. I .'05 li. 12 05 a. 2 40 p 4 20 a 9 30 a. 150 p, L Chicago A Kansas city l)cncr Ln Junta Albuquerque Wlngnto Gallup Holbrook Wlnslow Flngstaff WIlllamH Ash Fork L Asli Torlc A A Jerome Je L I'rescott Congress Jc. Phcunlr L Ash Fork A l'cach Springs Kingman The Needles Hlnko Hntri-litil Daggett liars to vr Kramer Mojaie Los Anircles Snn Diego San Francisco No. 2. mD, 7 00 u.l 6 00 p. il no a. 10 25 p, a: p. 5 15 p. I 30 p. 2 35 p. 11140 22 a. 8 0.1 a. 6 Ml a. 4(10 a. 3 10 u.l 1125 a. 830 p 8 05 II 4 30 a. 150 a. 10 55 p. 9 27 p. 6 40 p 4 05 p. a no p. 3 10 n 1010 p 10 20 a 8 10 u. 5 00 p. tEAST. No. 4. 9 62 a. 9 10 p. 5 00 p. 6 45 p. 6 05 p. I 43"p. 955 a. ...
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?fi- ---. aTTOKaUt. A. tn . -ft KRfWfflxiL .?& V5jWJ5ft.llMl THE COCON1I VVV''Vi11? ADVERTISERS SHOULD REMEMBER I That They Cannot Reach the Readers of Cfye Coconino Sun Through Any Other Weekly Publication. ADDRESS: The Coconino Sun, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ. tvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvC -
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 17 June 1899
v r K Cfye Coconino Sun, Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, JUNE 17, 1899. NO. 21. ; T. A. tlOtDAN. PmUtal. M. I. SIOKDAN. Sccnunr I F.V. SISSON. Tirmrrr. J " ARIZONA '" 1 1 LUMBER AND TIMBER jj . company. Ij Mtnubeturen of , Native Pine Lumber ; ; Props, Stalls, Boxes, Lath, '; j; Piling, Shingles, ; Ties, Lagging Sash and Doors. : i; Flagstaff, Arizona, PsSSyjOwEFi fife. agiiTMIWi.igin- i i) Migtjto-, I , ? T " ' n fisfv
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SSSSSSSSSBSBSSBSSf THE COCONINO SUN. 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. U M. J. WINSLOW BRICK Y? KENNEDY $ From a Single Brick To a Train Load. For Prices and Information. Address M. J. KENNEDY. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA. LIQUOR STORE JULIUS AUBINEAU. DCALCR IN FINE. WINES, WHISKIES LIQUORS -CIGARS Quietest phce in town. No gambling illowed. Family Trade Solicited. MRNiK I
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I fye Coconino Sun. Vol. XVI. FDAGSTAFF, JUNE 17, 1899. NO. 21. "WE WON'T P'AY WIV 'OU." Flagstaff Ball Totsert Remind One of Childhood's Happy Days. 'It wa8 a perfect day in June," old Sol's translucent rnys smeared them selves over the scene and all nature "Hilled as the soft southing south wind combed her hair. The town of Flag muff was full of climate and people. A stray bee buzzed his saccharine song (in the window pane us the merchant who does not advertihe hat sleepily in his mart, watching the industrious spider spin his web across the door way. It was also Sunday. Nine of the strong young men of a town once warm but now reduced to a cinderous forking of roads, called Ash Fork, came to enter the lists witli our young men for a joust at baseball. They wero undemonstrative and wore a "veni, vldi, vie!" kind of a smile; also two colored gentlemed. One of the last named was pieced out below with wood and wore a collapsed cupola pressed upon his wrinkled hair; a blue shirt and a ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 17 June 1899
57s332S!-?-3E! THE COCONINO SUN. Swsi liking und insisted on doing it at this time. This oversight on their part was reprehensible. The visitors were unkind und refused to allow the gen eral rules und constitution of the game to bo patched up, arguing that it was too early in the season. It wus very ungentlemanly of them, for the grounds und grandstand belonged to us, and our pluyeis should have been permitted to make the rules us the game proceeded. 'However, the Fork ers didn t roll ihu ball for anything in this inning. Flagstatf cutne in and picked up a loop, too. In thu next inning Midnight Lamp black, a colored gentleman, came to bat und, true to instinct, "'fowled" u couple. A lady in the grandstand timidly said to her escort, "Why, I don't see any feathers." "rihl 'Course not," said her escort. "This is u picked nine." And the game went on. Thai colored gentleman lammed the ballUown the third-base line and the way that streak of midnight leaped around the circuit wus truly sp...
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THE COCONINO SUN. i r tinulng to rule on tho points of play. Many are under tho impression that the real Ixine of contention was the particular decision on a long hit of Sliker's close to the left field foul line, in the iifth timing, which Is not the fact. The umpire ruled that the ball fell In foul territory, and as this de cision, following so closely upon others that were clearly erroneous, seemed suspicious to Captain Flynn, of the Flagstaff, he demanded the removal of the umpire before the game should be allowed to proceed. Hud another umpire been substituted the decision would have been accepted and play would have continued. The game was delayed so us to givo the visitors an opportunity to secure unother umpire, but inetead of making un effort, to tind a substitute the Ash Folks left the Held, and thereby forfeited the game to the home team by a scoro Of 9 to 0. There cun be no doubt that the Flag stuff boy were justified in their ob jections to the visiting umpire, as many ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 17 June 1899
TUB COCONINO SUV. Fih JUVENILE SPORTS. Programme for 'the Thin) of July To Be Held at Park Thorp. FOOT KACES-For boys IS to 18 years (tlrst class) : HW-yards dash. 60-yard thrce-leinted race. 100-yard hurdle race. Kunalni; broad Jump. Straight standing bruad Jump. TuK-of-war, six on each side; Captains, LouN Burns and John Doyle, ltunnlnx hlifh Jump. FOOT KACES-For boys 10 to IS years (second class) : 60-yard dash. 40-yard sack race. HO-yard obstruction race. SO-) ard potato race. Kunnlnt; hop, step and Jump. Tuif-of-wnr; Captains, Willie Jones and George HIckel. HALL THKOVYINO CONTEST First class, disunce. Second class, accuracy. OIKLS" KACES-AU over 14 years, Hrst class; under 14 years, second class: First class, 30-yard dash. Second class, 30-yard potutoe race, (IIIM-V HOKSEHACrt ItlDlNU-Free to all up to 18 years. SMALL UOVS' HACES-Under 11 years: to-yard dash. 30-yard potstoe rare. HASEUALL OAMES-Uoys IS to 18 years; Captains, Heal and Hunch. Hoys 10 to 15 years. Prizes Six bat...