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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 17 June 1899
THK COCONINO SUN. I r a INDEPENDENCE DAY Will be celebrated in Flagstaff, JULY 3d AND 4th, 1899. The largest Barbecue ever held in Arizona will be given under the towering pines on July 3d. There will be A FREE DINNER FOR EVERY ONE. Toot races for Boys and Girls, Tug-of-War, Ball Throwing, Horseback Riding for Girls and two Baseball Gaines make A JUVENILE FESTIVAL, A grand Concert in the evening by THE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. The Fourth will bo devoted to Horse Racing, Baseball, Logging Contests and Sports. See programme for particulars. TWO DAYS SPORT FOR ALL, 1 fUR UL, wwwvwvS
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 17 June 1899
!gjjKL,Sg?HfcSS? TIIK COCONINO SUN. he oconino m. Entered In the I'ostontce nt PlasstnH as second class mutter. Issued eery Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars a jcar, In advance. Ilvcry paper N stopped nt theexplrntlonof the tlmo paid tor C. M. FUNSTON, Editor. FLAGSTAFF, SATUHOAY, .IDNE 17, '. COPPER STOCKS AND MINES. The Phoenix Herald in a recent issuo had tliu following to saylnie gard to the sale of copper slock. As there uro homo llfty new copper com panies In the southern part of the ter ritory, it pioh.ibly knows whereof It speaks: "The stock markets of the east can look out for worthless milling slock, especially copper, put on the market through "great expectations" rather than through an thing in sight. With in the past few days a concern hits been set up here in the .territory that Is founded upon imagination largely and which is likely to tleeco many u would-be eopper-st.iek investor. The representations already made are not borne out by the facto and the result ...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 17 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. A The licking Fitzsiinmons got was a good one, but he got the gate receipt which amounted to $25,000, yet we do not think that there is an editorln Ari zona who would willingly take a lick ing for that num. Dewey in now on his -way home, having left Hong Kong last week. The reception committee will have abundant time to prepare for his wel come, as the admiral expects to take three months in making the trip home. The effort of some of our taxpayers to straighten out the tangled affairs of tho county should receive tho support of every taxpayer. The present agita tion, while it may engender some ill feelings, will result in much good after the affair h.ts settled down to a business proposition. The Sun is verv much interested in t he building of tho railroad from Wil liams to the Grand Canyon and for the hake of the peace of mind of the' Editor of the Williams "News" it Is hoped that the projectors of the road will have the necessary funds to complete their vast und...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 17 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. vwvwvwvwwwwww BRIEF LOCALS. VWWVWVWWVWWVWVWJ Saturday, June 17, 18flfl. in A. T. Cornish spent Wednesday Wlnslow. Mrs. Gertie Dunn, of Wlnslow,was In town Thursday. D. M. Francis returned Thursday from a trip to Kansas City. H. F. Ashurst and T. A. Fleming of Williams were In town Thursday. James Loy, district attorney, was In Pruseott on Thursday on official busi ness. J. Herman of the New Vork storo made a business trip to Prescott this week. D. L. Cunningham, the Williams at torney, was in town on legal business Thursday. P. R. Weatherford & Co. have put up a large attractive sign in front of their place of business. Three weddings of that number of Flagstaff couples will take place be tween now and July 1. Sykes Bro'hers have moved their shop to a building east of the Sanderson residence ou Railroad Avenue. John Skaggs, a Verde rancher, was in town this week. He brought to town some line new potatoes and apricots. Elder George 0. States, a Seventh Day Adven...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 17 June 1899
4 tt ft Or P, R, W E A T H E R F O R D & C a THE COCONINO 8UN. 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 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 - $1 00 1 1 1 1 1 7 5 lb. sack Salt 00 00 00 00 00 00 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 m m .m m m m m m i-JS
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 17 June 1899
Piaueemx&mijeiSESSffmienKWi THE COCONINO SUN. The Lowell observatory will be open to the public tonight from 8 to 11. J. M. Brannen, the manager of Bal bitt Brothers store at Winslow, was In town yesterday. Mrs. Emma Gllman and Mary E. Gil man, M. D . of Cherokee, Kansas, were visitors nt the Grand Canyon this week. The brick yards have finished their first run of brick and building opera tions are being resumed. G. H. Spellmire, who has been spend ing the past, month with relatives here, returned to his home In Cincinnati, Ohio, Sunday. Wm. Lodge was badly hurt Wednes day at the Cinder Pit by a rock rolling on him. He was taken to the Albu querque hospital yesterday. A. E. Douglass, who Is in charge of the Lowell Observatory here, returned Wednesday from a three months' stay in Southern California. Ho returns muuh Improved in he-ilth and isreadv for several months hard work which is awaiting him at the observatory. The ranchers In the vicinity of Roar ers Lake have had their cr...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 17 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. 4 A Hire We Offended Arizona. What Is the matter with t lie Arizona newspapers? Although tliu president of the Rough Itidurs' association, Col onel Hrodlo, resides in that territory, the newspapers in the adjoining com munwcalth hardly know that such abig event us the first reunion of the Rough Riders will be held at Las Vega In about ten days. The Citizen don't like to criticise toj severely in culling atten tion to this l.iek of neighborly love, and will only state that the Arizona news papers have undoubtedly overlooked the Hough Riders' reunion in giving new to their readers. Albuqueique Citizen. The newspapers of Arizona have done and are doing what they can to adver tise the Rough Riders' reunion. The trouble lies with the Rough Riders. Many of them have not. yet recovered from the elTeet of the campaign of last year and consequently evince but little interest in the affair. Out of the hair dozen Rough Riders who reside here not one of them intend attending t...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 17 June 1899
-,j'itriCT3TOirasaiBgfgB3gKreg"WjE? pHHRW ! hpii hi- THE COCONINO SUN. r-b j TERRITORIAL NEWS. J; Hon. Mark A. Smith will deliver the oration at the Fourth of July celebra tion In Pima. George H. Waterbury, until recently a postottice Inspector, is now represent lug a Denver cigar house. Nogales haa voted $15,000 with which to build a now school house. There was hut one vote oust against issuing the bonds. The Southern Pacific Company has issued un order forbidding the sale of liquor at restaurant in buildings along the line belonging to the company. The register and receiver of the land o!IIeo hold a hearing Friday to deter mine l he character of land embraced in the Fort Whipple military reservation, abandoned. Their decision Is that it l mineral land. Journal-Miner. The $40,000 option recently taken on Haskell & Kirwagen's ranch near Jerome it. said to be for the purpose of using it as the site of a now town there. G. V. Hull reports that $50,000 has been placed In bank for s...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 17 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. i y - Leuor't Notice. To Atx Whom It May Cuncehm: Notice la hereby given that theQrand Canyon mine xluuteil In Pine Spring mining district, Coconino county, Arizona, which lx under lease to parties working the same, and that neither the mine nor the owners' thereof will be re sponsible for any labor or debt contracted, nor Injuries sustained by any lessees or their employes In working said property; and 'that no lessee or employe Is the asentof the owners for any purpose, and that all operatives engage In such service at tbetr own risk, and that no debt, or claim of debt. Is valid against said mining claim or Its owner. FlagstulT. May IS 1W9. V. II. Riui.nodk. Margaheth Ridenouk. Notice of Dissolution of Partnership. Notice in hereby given that the part nership heretofore existing between tho undersigned under the Him name of A. T. Cornish & Company, in this tiny dissolved by mutual consent. The business will be continued by A. T. Cornish, who will assume nil l...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 17 June 1899
SSaaaaagK.1 ZSMiidBl- Nuaasj4UBi!HjK m THK COCONINO SUN. Low Rates to the Seashore. The Santa Vo Iloute will sell -cheap excursion tiuketn to Ixh Angeles, Sun Diego, Kedondo llcach, or Santa Monica on the following dates: June 3. 7, 17 and 21: July 1, 12, 22 and 2(5: August 5, 11, 1U, 20 aud .'10. There will be a big crowd at the seashore this year, especially during July and Au gust when the N. E. A. people are there. San Diego has many attractions of buy and ocean, ls well as many pluces of interest on land. In July thev will have a big festival at Tia .luauu, that quaint little Mexican border town. The Governor of Lower California and staff will bo there and his official band wi.h brass buttons, gold lace and music. The programme will consist of a barbecue, bull light and Spanisli games. CLOTHES DON'T MAKE THE MAN, But I am the uiati who makes tin) clothes. How do I make tliem? Make tlieiii to fit. I exercise jjrfat cure to fiii.t take correct i)ie.ature of your form; having done...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 17 June 1899
Efch. FT m THE COCONINO SUN. y LODGE DIRECTORY. QRAIM TKII1E, NO. 8. 1. O. R. M. McetH i m Sleep of 6th Sun. Koch 7 SunH at 7 Huns, 30 Ureatns. Wigwam, corner Kail road avenue aid Leroux street. Visiting tribe mem bers welcome. F. M. Drowning, Sachem. J. M. .SIMPSON, C. of R. K. Kl.lK C of W. MOUNTAIN LODGE, NO. 15, K. OK P. Meet Masonic In Hall every Wednesday night. Visiting mights are cordially invited to attend. LOD18 SPKIR8, U. C a A. Bosh, K.of It. and S. c "OUHT COCONINO, NO. 89, INDEPEND- NT ORDER or rORKRTEHH. Meets Tuesday nights in Masonic HalL Visit ing members Invited to attend the Court meet ing. P. L. Heal, a R. Lotus Spiers, Recorder. pLAGSTAFP LODGE, NO. 13. A. O. U. W. Meets every Thursday night In Masonic Hall. Visiting members Invited to attend. T. A. Kickeu M. W. C. M. FCNSTON, Recorder. pLAOSTAFF LODGE NO. 7. F. & A. M. Regular meeting, on first Saturday of each month at F. and A. M. Hall, over City Hall. Visiting brethren Invited to attend Hit. K. S. Mille...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 17 June 1899
3vg33!sSj-Z33 THE COCONINO SUN. Santa Fe Pa, R, R. Co; Condensed Time Card No. 7. In effect June , 1899. No. 1. WOO p. Lv, 1UOU u. 330 a. 419 n. ilk. D. 2 25 o. JB u. 5 47 a. 716 U. 28 a. 1112 a. U30 p, Ar . 12 35 p. S 27 p. 310 p. 0 45 p. KBO p. U30 p. ill) p 3 45 p, 5 45 p 7 33 p, S0 p 14 05 u 12 55 a I 55 a IKln 82S 105 0 45 . ... . Chicago . Kansas City.,.-., , . Denver . , La Junta ... .... Albuquerque...,. WIngute..... . Gallup.. . Holbrook . .. Wlnslow ... ... . .... Flagstaff .. .. .. .....Williams ... . Ash Fork -.Ar ..Lv Lv Ar Ar .. . .Ash Fork .. . Jerome Jc Prescott . ..Congress Jo . Phoenix .. ,Lv ,..Ar Lv Lv Ar. p. .... p. Ar ... Ash Fork . ...Peach Springs .. . , .... Kingman ......... ... .The Needles . Blake Bagdad . ..... ,. Daggett i. llarstow .. .. - Kramer . .... . . - Mojave .Los Angeles ..... .......Sail Diego. ...... . ..San Francisco Lv ...Ar ..Lv No. 2. BOO p. 700 0. .",() n. 1150 a. 10 25 p. 5 37 p. 5 15 p. I XI n. 12 35 p. IU37 a. 9 15 a. 755 a. Njn u. 34...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 17 June 1899
P5SMHKHi THE COCONINO SUN. 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 168,04-3, 739 00 Income '. 50,24-9,286 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 rolicy Holders in 1898 24,020,523 42 t -f' WALTER N. PARKHURST, General Manager New Mexico and Arizona Department. ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. A. A. FISHER, Resident Agent - Flagstaff, Arizona. JsSf 5'
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 17 June 1899
m&sMMSSISSSSSSSIlSBSmSS ,., "'TVM.Wm irftftry11 ESiJlCA2l4kEWtARMrai'r LTeMt?ubrMfSf "mtasx3sam!&ti..m THE COCONINO SUN tVVVVVVVVVl'l1 Jrtft IKISSft3fti 4JLJSaSt )bTOp8B ADVERTISERS SHOULD REMEMBER ; That They Cannot Reach the Readers of 1 Vi 4,l, , feswt;' i Cfye Coconino Sun: Through ,r Any Other , Weekly address: Publication. The COCONINO Sun, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ. 6 VH V 4 !' "gfrwewmw 'WrWB"lA!SESwr i...r.nf ,, m uttoii rimm-
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 June 1899
.iv Cfye Coconino Sun Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, JUNE 24, 1899. I T. A. tlOlDAN. PmUnt , i M.J. KlOtDAS. Sttirurr , J ' F.V. SISSON. Trtttuirr. ' i I J : ARIZONA j LUMBER AND TIMBER 'b J $ Mtttuftctunn of v ; mi nwfinir , Native Pine Lumber, j; Props, Stulls, Boxes, Lath, j; , PHIn?, Shingles, ; Ties, Lagging. Sash and Doors. i; Flagstaff t Arizona, 'm l No. 22. i!
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. ; W i ' - IS ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, & FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. Interest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits. Drafts Sold Upon all For eign Countries. 5 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 Hi ' M.J. WINSLOW BRICK i KENNEDY ,Hf From a Single Brick To 'a Train Load, For Prices and Information. Address M. J. KENNEDY, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA. (liquor storeI JULIUS AUBINEAU. ' I DCALtR IN F C FINE ( WINES, WHISKIES I ? LIQUORS-CIGARS C Ouietctt place la town. J No gambling allowed. L Family Trade Solicited. S iV "3P, l. tSywcasagsaaHagg
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"W f Qje Coconino Sun. Jfc Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, JUNE 24, 1899. NO. 22. y, THEIR PROPERTY TAXABLE. Oklahoma Jurist Makes An Important De cision, Which Affects Uncle Sam's Indian Wards. At El Reno, Judge Irwin has decided an Interesting point regarding the property of Indian who are ward of the government. It is, according to the opinion rendered, subject to local taxation. There are a large number of Indians having allotments in Canadian county, from whom taxes are not collected. From some of them SherilT Canon made an effort to collect, and an injunction was filed to i estrain the officer. John Otterby, an Indian, was plaintiff in the case. The decision was as follows: After careful examination of all au thorities at hand, the court is of the opinion that articles such as farm Implement, furniture, etc., purchased by the government aud issued to the Indians, and the increase of said stock while in use by said Indians, and all necessary articles of personal property furnished by the ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. A, J, GARCIA Hi Opened a X j TERRITORIAL NEWS. i ,.-.sk The Gunk of Arizona at Prescott will establish a branch bank at Jerome, with R. A. Smith as manager. Maricopa county, Monday paid Into tho territorial treasury $06,801.12 tho semi-annual Interest on its refunding bonds. A Grand army post has been organ ized at Jerome with a membership of 20 and with General Mlnty as Pt-st Commander. A chemical lire engine has been pur chased dy tlio town council and is ex pected to bo dolivered within tho nest thirty dajs. Six five gallon extin guishers have also been contracted for and will bo distributed throughout town. Jerome News. The turquoise mines of Cochise coun ty have been placed under option sale to Now York parties who have examin ed the property and declare tho tor quolse to be the superior of any stone of lta kind in tho world, much super ior to tho best of tho turquoise in tho Orient. Recent arrivals here from Jerome state that Editor McDonald of the Hus tler, ...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. H One of this peculiar cases that will tax the legal ingenuity of the district court this term urines out of a marriage contract entered into by a wealthy Mongolian on the one side and a mer cenary lady of easy virtue upon the other. The Chinaman's property is badly involved in consequence, and his domestic relations are totally at variance with his former expectations. Globe Times. Frank Pearson, whoso fatal illness contracted during the late war in Cuba was mentioned in these columns, was hurried with every mark of respect, the funeral being largely attended. The expeiices of the funeral were de frayed by Thomas A. Pascoe and .1. V. IJrown, who had befriended the de ceased, and together with the ludTes of Alexander Relief Corp, bad taken care of him ever since his return from Cuba last August. Tho best medical attention and every care that could be bestowed were unavailing to stuy tho progress of disease. He lost his life through devotion ta ills country. Globe B...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 June 1899
THK COCONINO SUN. LJIk Yavapai District Court. .Tudgo Sloan, at thu opening: of court Saturday morning sentenced five pris oners to the penltcntary. Tlio first oiie to bo ordered to stand up was Thomas Clcvinger, who brutal ly beat to death with a shovel a fellow laborer at Rock Butte. The jury found him guilty of murder in the second de greo and the Judge gave him u pass port to Yuma good for twenty years. John Hall, who was convicted of ob taining money on fraudulent checks, through his attorney made a motion for arrest of judgement which was over rulled. Dcfendent was then sentenced to fifteen months in the penitentiary. Geo. Henry Johnson, alias Edward Carlln. who was Hall's partner in the fraudulent financial transaction, but who pleaded guilty, was sentenced to one year in the penitentary. Both of the last two named defendants aro mere boys in appearance. Jose Bortran who was convicted of dealing a hors.0 at Jerome, was given a four-year dose of prison life. John McKlnley, who...