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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 20 August 1896

-CT-swixraKa;a JftSBSi JfcZ .--(, ' dic(ocQuinxrj&utt. Fresh cream caudles at Coffin's fruit SUNDAY S0H00L CONVENTION COUNTY NOTICE. store. 1:- -J ii, fi Jl. nilKsDAY. AUGUST 20. 1896. voiickto thi: puduu. , ts and Mils (or advertising pay- all- Milt, rate given upon application. U nli 10 cents per line for 8nt In 1 6 cents per line (or each subso t in ivivi Sun la pleased to contrlbuto Mtrs, but all notices of festivals, n s of societies suppers, enter al mention of marriages, births i oihI tno regular nnnouuco humeri for at regular rates. THE(pC0filtf& tCALENDAfc LllY SUNBEAMS. 1 1 j.leel to register. llin s for bicjelu sundries. ,, i hool opens August 31st. .I luoins to rout. Apply to t 1 I in -. li.is reopened his store i. i I -i lent at Coflin's by the ., .i mnulli. 1 - Instiuctiou iu Spanish in i ie.ui, tliis ofliee. . iM'li'ls will liud lieailquar i i, 'ile lies at Sjkes Bros.' , ii. cute liver ills, conslipa il.it sick beadaehe, bilious- - l!ns. lme the only steam i ...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 20 August 1896

4&a Ai w &. u "iSa&x. r:f. W S&tfSSB,, aisssaa arv- --, i. k .-, j!Scimj-1 ihAftMCR- ' i. ifiiNiiiaaiiiittH j .r x . -. , .iii-s n.j.i.. ,.T-pw " m '- J- TOJW' '. C.W.' '.; , i? 73" j. - ,",t . , , J 5. V H"?" , - ""- fc . -, ' l -a J I M rrft t l$k 1.1 s; ! MS i'Hl ,1! !i 1 ir.i m M 1I Mi, IftlOT Sir r 'I DESERVED HONORS. Uecoratlona of Koynlty Which Have Hceu rn'rly Wim. There nrc princes mul princesses who wear among their decorations med als for saving life nt the risk of their own, medals that liavo not been grant ed by way of mere compliment, says tho New York Mercury, but which havo been honestly and honorably earned. Other monarchs whoso courage and presence of mind entitle them to wear this highly-prized bailee are prevented from so doing by reason of tho fact that it falls within their own province to confer it, and they do not wish to bestow it upon themselves. A royal lady decorated with this medal is Dowager Queen Pia of Portugal, who is as magnificent o...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 27 August 1896

jr !if vn.- xii zfv jvu'i c?TAv'v-Jv-.viyTjtf'rjn'frT,rT'ft?tt 4 tjL, v Jt -AR 3f ' "-" v Ctfcmtttu &m 'w-riVo. "'",, ''a;;- VOL. XIII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THUKSDAY, AUGUST U7, 1896. NUatBER 5 J" SBfcsfvw- mem REAT BIG ? You expect to live five years, ten years, or lift- years, as the case may be. Sit down and figure out the total of your rent for that time and watch the house growing under your pencil. We can show you how to be your own landlord, pay yourself the rent, own a home and have a few dollars left to bet on the com ing election. JOOOOOOOOOCOC The Prices Are Right! is Pops Hold Their Territorial Convention. There Wob Rather a Light Delegation Present A Lengthy Platform, Uoverlnc a Wide and Varied Field, Was Adopted. oooooooooooo THEAR1ZGNA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., FLfGSTfFF fRIZONf. fli Investment in Knowledge Pays the Best Interest." Fresno Business College, Normal School ASD 0or)seratory of JVltisie THE BESTT ISITriLJTlOlN. in which-to make the investment. oooooooooo...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 27 August 1896

'" jit-"'31"""- -' '."i-"' w'fj -.15 ,vw ., ' 22 ,.' tyfSwtfU3fc &y;Lvwi iriassssiEsass&iaiS -- -- -r fi s. - il m iO ! I I Mil riH JEIte 0C0UXU0 Sum. C. M. Funston, Editor. THURSDAY, AUGUST 27. 1896. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Olio Your 13 00 Six Months 125 Three Months 75 Address alt communications and make all remittances to O. M. Fukston, Flagstaff, Arizona. Advertising rates given upon application. Entered at the Flagstaff post office as sec- ond-class matter. REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL CONVENTION. IlKAnQL'AHTEIIS REPUBLICAN TinRITOUIAL ) CENTIlAt, COMMITTEE, I'UUE.MX, ArlOIlU. August 10, 1HHJ. ) To the Itepubllcan Voters of Arizona: A convention of representutlvo Republicans c tho Territory will bo held at tho city of Phoenix, Arlzoun, on Tuesday, tho 2d day of September. If 00, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of nominating a Republican candi date for Delegate to Congress; the selection of a Territorial Central Committee) the selection of a Chairman and secretary of that com...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 27 August 1896

kZ-atfllVMfll jc (&oc0ntx0 gun VCBL-ISIIKD EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county seat of Coco nino oounty. A TELEPATHIC TIP. A telegram for you, sir. It was tho morning of the Derby day, fl.ul 1 liiul just looked into tho ofllco Mme starting for Epsom. I was at tho .imo on the staff of the Sporting i miner, and besides giving what is Known i'i the sporting world, as "mid rib finals," I usually "did" the home meetings. 1 took the telegram nnd tore it open. The nie-s.ige surprised me, for it ran: Don l'ero is bound to win. Dlxey." 1 read it again and again. Don l'ero as a rank outsider, and had been. looked "Pon "' everybody as not hav- mir the lightest chance of a place. For loiitlrin.ition one had only to look at the Litest London betting" to llnd that tho horse stood ut fifty to one. Yet Dlxey, the trainer, hud neer before misled n.c, ami I could not help feeling that there must be something in it. Dlxey t,ie vv hat he was doing, and, as he was always counted as one of the sma...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 27 August 1896

J a Ml ' V ," 11 m ' . i, U PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY At Flagstail the county Mat of Coco nino county. lJ CURRENT COMMENT. Last year 4,000,000,000 cigarettes Trcre smoked in the United States. A father and four full grown chil dren living near Anderson, Ind., have never had a tooth. Mr. Preston, director of the mint, it was reported, was endeavoring to in crease the monthly coinage of gold and silver at the mints. Pkesidknt Cleveland recently ap proved the findings of a colirt-martlul scntoncing an army officer to dismissal for refusal to pay his debts. Lii.iknthai. was the first flying ma chine Inventor who really succeeded in flying for oven a short distance, but the attempt to maho a more ambitious llight cost him him his life. Anna Lamak, a negrcss reputed to be 104 years of age, died at Chattanooga, Tcun., a few days a?o, from old ago. Tweuty-nino children hnd been born to her, while her grandchildren num bered 187. The American people have an inter est in tho movement that has ...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 27 August 1896

-sSi gjWgg effas.i. A MYSTERIOUS ROElBERY. nr.mrli Offlco of tlm American NatloNkl li.nkof Khiisk City Looted at S,0O0. Kinsas Citt, Mo., Aug. 22. The branch otllco of the Americai. national bank i" tho Live Stock llxchange balM'nir was robbed of 55,0)0 in cur rency yesterday morninp; iilxmt 0:30. The robbery was effected in a very ex pcilient and complete manner, occupy ing onlv two minutes, whlla Edwin R. !ov.cll, tlio cashier and toller, was nbvciit from tho room. Tho rob ber c-enped with the noncy and asi,le fiom a suspicion entertained bv the police that Mt Iioswell has some Knowledge of the robbery or was in fact concerned to some exteit in its jomnii&-lon, there is absolutely no ccW to the identity of the pcrtetrator of the crime. If It was a robbery as (e'cribed by Mr. Iioswell, who seems to be the only one prepared at all with an explanation as how it was per formed, it was ono of the most expert robberies ever attempted in Kansas Citj. LAWYERS ELECT OFFICERS. jamr M. W...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 27 August 1896

-c""36,AaeR , t V & 1 f M' ',! til M i. i: ! W K !&, ii Ml ffi WOMAN AND HOME. EASTERN FAMILY JARS. Pot Like Those In Which tho Forty Thlovca Wore ricklecl. When tho clever servant of All Baba brought the redoubtable "Forty" to their untimely ends, It will be remem bered that each one of the two-score thieves was squatted inside a jar of huge dimensions in the courtyard of the man they had como to murder. The manner of their taklng-off, it will also be recalled, was decidedly oleaginous AN EASTERN NUItSEUY JAR.. with strict regard for the etymology of the term), as they were drowned in i bath of hot olive oil. Whether th'i oil smotheicd them or the heat killed them has ncter been satisfactorily as certained by the readers of the "Arabi an Nights;" but one thing has at last been established beyond a doubt that the tiling was possible, so far as the nle of the jars was concerned. To an cocidcntal mind, which hai never been called upon to grasp the conception of a jar much bigg...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 27 August 1896

r LSgSSKf hcoc0ttitwr j&w. 11 UsDAY, AU.GUST 27, 1896. mwickto the turliu. , acts anil bills (or advertising pay. nly. , ins rates given upon application. im-als 10 cents per line (or first In- 1 5 cents per line (or each subso , itlon. . . Qr 1e nlftnand ts i.An4plkn4 till! l Ul. '''''- "- WW.IH.UHIB , itters. but all notices of festivals, J" ' i nms o( societies, suppers, enter- a mil mention of marriages, births '' beyond tho regular nnnouueo- " v elwrseil for at regular rates. Ad r Due ' s: 1 r Is ;iH (?y r 4 f a i I t-SH m t&t HECOCpHflP &wk n a ytV, r iyLENU&K y aViAy)yy7iill s5j UTY sunbeams. ( 11 w . iilln's for bicjelo suudiics. t -lail looms to rent. Apply to EMut fi rent at Coflln's by tho ,v .ii month. .' Itistiuction In Spanish. - Uiu'iicaii, this office. i uqtipiqiie fair will bo held i,i' latter patt of October. 1 1 1 sters have painted tho Wnce iinumU (heir cemetery, u igon loads of watermelons Veide weie sold lieio Tues- I, oclisls will lind headqnar...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 27 August 1896

M$ oMa ft WwwUm & 1 Hum PiM if nl r hi 1 li 4 hil 'Y' "i ill t v, ,t. r'u t ft II Beat Fishing History. Canada seems to take, satisfaction in tbe fuct that tho committee of arbitration- on Real catchmg decided that Ben ling sea was not a muro clausum. Wo present tho Canadian newspapers assur ances of our distinguished consideration And solemnly declaro that Americans are no lus satisfied. For four years now wo havo lain awako nights wrestling with that maro clausum question. Was Bearing sea mare clausum or wasn't it? Now, it is settled that it is not. Tho American people can pat the two words quite out of their heads, and sealers need not go gunning for their prey' with a Latin dictionary in their lockers any more. Tho United Stales claimed four yean ago: 1. That Russia asserted complete jurisdiction over Dehring sea as inland waters. 2 That England conceded this claim of Russia. 3. That Behring sea was not regarded as a part of tho Pacific ocean in tho treaty ratified between R...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 27 August 1896

I SUPPLEMENT TO -. - fc . ' ' -j7-'' ; 'V"" -' ', 5 THE COCONINO WEEKLY SUN. C ' r " P i ktf$K 'StSI ' ' p FLAGSTAFF, .... ARIZONA. W & iJ mP Sf I n THURSDAY, AUOU8T 27, 1890. ,?" . $ JrV, Ji J FARMER'S EGG BASKET ? ME .jflpife I i rstf- prL :n i "" . I portation ana Gave a St, MBffiHK' JBM A fla- A" ll' f R P ftH ' j Home Market. - WPMfP - fW$ I "' j V . The Canadian Farmer Has Protection -" 'iff fKM -M.JJ "" but the American Farmer vkw A. ifflll W"lttBr21s " ' jt- -s - . H'N- jgBKT flm iW ,-..- L 1; ; " . Ss m,- ,A 'There Is no reason why Canada, Mc.tl- A V'upplybo Unitc-d States with a single II (I .IV H ' jllwiIfflnliWl "wMSW "" , . '" T '. ' " "" '"" I -? " ege. Cannda docs not buy n single egg i A fi IV iffmVmlm--IfW-i - --- JZasS' i T ' .' n & r ' VJ11U, Ul llllj U,ll WUIlllJ B1IUU1U supply tbc unitcu btates witu a single egg. Canada docs not buy a single egg "frqin us, nnd there Is no reason why we should ltyy from her. When we do, the -American farmer loses the bene...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 27 August 1896

. . , ijfa 1 i -" sjeHlta ..-, ... rffe '$! kratttoT" tsj 'B,it, wJ IP ' - llTilnitlii II " ; ' ' f ShJSfta"" I ' ' .'iiaH r3T-tr. iwt mrTmm&M- IMS . "."'HMMU'A 1 4 II. Ti''?i UW -v . n ... f g r Jm "-MSP" ' r ' -TV , b M H' if Iff? " f f 3 Senator davis1 view. -Jfil ' The Democratic Platform Strikes at the Government's Foundation. f FREE SILVER NOT BIMETALLISM, Condition of Affairs Worse than War Would Result from Dem ocratic Success. In n speech delivered nt St. Paul Au gust 4, Senator 0. K. Davis pointed out very clearly the fact that free silver is mot bimetallism and showed what evil results would follow Democratic sue tcss. Ho said that for the first time since the election next preced ing the great Civil war, we nro required to guard the very founda tions and bulwarks of national stability, of commercial honesty, of financial con duct. The Democratic party which met at Chicago in convention In July suffered n wonderful chango in that convention. "The old oracles and guide...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 3 September 1896

- Mn $tnt Territorial Libraiy ?v V. , "i l r"i tR- enr & VOL. XIII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1896. NUMBER 5ii a)c Cuainino W A GREAT BIG ? You expect to live five years, ten years, or; fifty years, as the case may be. Sit down and figure out the total of your rent for that time, and watch the house growing under your pencil. We can show you how to be your own landlord, pay yourself the rent, own a home, and have a few,, dollars left to bet orrthe com ing election. ., 3OO0OO0O0OO05 The Prices Are Right! ooooooooooo THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO.. FLfGSTfFF fRIZONf. 'i Investment in KnoWledfie Fresno Business College, Normal School - AVD Qor)serafory of VItisie THE BEST irSTITTLJTaiOIM in which to make the investment. oocopooooocxx Courses: Business, Shorthand and- Type writing, Normal, Music Elocution and Art. Tuition : three months, $30. fOOOOOOOOG&OS GOOD BOHRD HND ROOK, $15 PER -MONTH. For catalogue and particulars address RAMSAY, FAST & RAMSAY, ...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 3 September 1896

ISIiM .- SU35jjg!! w.-ytffififcVMjMJife:. vtraBBft -js: gfe& .fPisssKK wmt s&. .. ;j, raasagigs mm via el' ! urn . I it ' in !j 1 '.r.W J h If iW w f . w 3Itc GScramiu.cr Jhtu. C. M. Funston, Editok. THURSDAY, SEPJ'EMBER 3. 189C. SUBSCRIPTION Ouo Vcar Fix Months .. . Three Months .. RATES. .. . . 1300 . , 1 24 T5 Address all communications and make all remittances to C. M. Fof.STO., Flagstaff, Arizona. Advertising rates given upon application. Entered at the Flagstaff post ofllce as second-class matter. IP REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL CONVENTION. 1AI.1 mi. , The Sound Money Conveution nomi uatedJoliu W. Palmer of Illinois fur president. The letter of acceptance of Major McKinloy strikes the keynote of the issues before- tho people. It is plain, straightforward, able and convincing, and i3 the best campaign, document yet picscuted to the public. Some of our exchanges seem to thiuk that the Republicans will endorse Buckoy O'Neill for delegate to Con gress. The Republicans of Arizoua...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 3 September 1896

Jflr- ' 4 -" i!S5S!!!!!55E55!!2S!5S5!S5!!2!!!!" 31'KINLErS LETTER. Ea Formally Accepts tho Nomina tion for tho Pr9sidenoy( IS3U03 of tho Campaign Plainly rind Forcibly Preaontcd. Convincing Reasons Why Frso Coin- ago of Silver Should Not Obtain. rrotcctlon nnd Itcclproclty of Supreme Importance to tho Welfuro of tho Country. IHS VIEWS ON OTHER TOriCS. Canton. O.. Aug. 27. MaJ. McKlnley gave h.i 1 'iicr of acceptanco to tho press as 5, itic'iis Wednesday afternoon, having t.i.i..ncil hl3 last rending and revision of it at n.i o'clock. The letter touches upon a l ot tlio Important planLa In tho repub. .i.an national platform, but tho first half f u is devoted to an lnclslvo discussion of tht money question. Tho letter Is us fOl luttS. l,ira, John M. Thur3ton, and others, inrmijcrs or tho uotlllcutlon committee of nt republican national convention Uen tluiun. In pursuunce of thoptomlsemade l0 jour committee, when notified of my i animation as tho republican candidate for '.. , idcnt, I...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 3 September 1896

-rim -&AMmmmMmuJMi$mm J it! b .'J Era m3 m r .1 i ia .? f m , 'I I 1 I -j A M rL fr $11. fi.i ' fKvvsiM,. fttt.ir . .A '.I S Ml I ' tl LJ f M ft,.i.u.r k ft PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county seat of Coco nino oounty. CURRENT COMMENT. fTnE present capital of tho London & Northwestern railroad is 5590,000,000. Tun assertion is made tlint there is moro gold in the snered vessels, medals, chains, etc., preserved at the Vatican in Komo than in the circulation of tho whole of Europe. It was reported from Norway that Dr. Nanscn intended to conduct an ex pedition to the Antarctic ocean In Ecarch of tho south polo hefore return to tl.e Arctic regions. Ti o 3'cars ago, beforo the Florida trees wcro killed by frost, tho orange crop of that state amountod to between 5,000,000 and 0,000,000 boxes. This year tho crop is estimated at only 150,000 boxes. Tun Austro-Hungary minister of agriculture estimated tho world's crop of wheat for 1S00 at 2,277,000,000 bush els. Tho revi...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 3 September 1896

QUERIES FOR BRYAN. . m i t ,! x i.1. n An OdCII Letter to the PopCOratib n vym r Candidate for tho Presi dency. SOME PERTINENT QUESTIONS. Appruh ,-hension Excited by Campaign Utterances Refuses to be Allayed. The Now York World, in nn open let tor to Candidate Bryan on Tuesday inuriiiiig. l'"ts some grave and important Qiietii'i' to him, and urges him to an-m-cr thom if lie wants to be elected, as f'O people are itondering those very mints, and their votes will turn on how thev are answered and explained by him. Tho readers of the Tribune should m-ritr this editorial, which is reprinted here in connection with Bryan's 3peceh it Madion Square garden last night. The World says, under the caption "To Mr. ltrynn:" To Mr. ltrynn: On the 10th of July, the very day of your nomination for i'redent, you addressed a couiinuiiiVa tion to the World in the following words: To the World: Tho restoration of silver to ID ancient place by the side of gold will. In mr judgment, restore the parity tic...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 3 September 1896

&2 ,i 2KL tn .,lf a1 4 5i u a 1 )?$J$ THE WJLD COWER. "Oj and down the land I no, Throncli ibo valley, over lilll; JHany u pleasant ground I sow, .TCevtr ace I reap or till; yn ami llall I neve wield, Zjtitvn no hayrick luUio field. i'tarsner koci with leathern scrip. Fills the harrowed earth with seed; la the selfsame ncoro I din Ci'insot many a lusty weed; Thousn I scatter in his track, 3 poaacas nor bin nor sack. lie rows wheat, and I sow tare, Kain and sunshine sccoud toll; ' Vame and wild theso acres share, VrejUlnir (or the right of soil. T ntand by and clap my hands. Cheering on my urchin bands. SOno the cockla In the rye, Tborncd thistle, larco and tine, .And the daisy's whltc-frlnged eye, And the dodder's endless twine; ' Atlno those tinjjers five that bind livery bludo anil stalk they llnd. Ollrw the tiltcs, hot and bright. Setting summer meads on Arc; 31Im tho sllkweed'H spindles white. Spinning autumn's soft attire. OoWenroU and aster then . ., X brlns up by bank and...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 3 September 1896

&-....' iA-&V- . ?.-. .i?:cm $- - s?-im& tMhCfr-Pioftyttl r2!5iii!?K v ; -$ rilinSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1896. NOTICE TO THE FTJBLtC. M contract! and bill tor advertising pay. aWe monthly. dvcrtlslng rates given upon application, Hu-lnrs locals 10 cent per line tor flrst In sertion, nnd 6 cents per line for each subse nucnt Insertion. The Coconino Scn Is pleased to contribute in public matters, but all notices ot festivals, alis meetings of societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of marriages, births ind deatlis beyond the regular announce-,,,,-nt will be charged for at regular rates. CITY SUNBEAMS, A i .u I) of twenty Flagstaff bicyclists lulil a picnic atLeiouxsiH-iugWcilues- Hood's pills are tho best nftcr-diiiuor Hill .issist digestion, euro headache. , I'Olll-i. I in nisheil rooms to rout ou Rail io.ul .iM'iiuc, four blocks west of post office. Inquire of J. II. Rumsky. Judging itom the uuiuber of horses ami tattle that graze iu our streets the nuliiiani'c agaius...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 3 September 1896

Iff ? 5 4 V r.fi n. i- i fc if M af Bm s irtH il Simpler Living. Mrs. Ewing, tho cooking teacher, struck tho keynote of a great reform when in ono of her lectures alio called for plainer fowl anil fewer com-besat our meals. Tlio best way to securo variety h to havo a few exquisite dishes at a timo and something else next timo, not to have n great number of dishes all at once. Feasts of 13 and 20 courses aro a relic of barbai ism at which posterity will bo aghast as wo aro now at mention of tho monstrous stag and boar feasts of our British anccstois, when every man fluffed himself with twice or thrico as much food as even tho gormand does now, then drank himself inscnsiblo in a gallon or so of wino and tumbled over under tho table, dead to tho woild for tho next day or two. When tho Alaskan savages want to givo a great feast, they prep.no every thing known to tho arctic cuisine ber ries, muskrat, seal meat, fresh and stalo salmon, grease, goat, sheep and bear cook it and tuinblo tho ...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
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