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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 June 1899
itib cocovino sun. ..s INDEPENDENCE DAY Will ho celebrated in FlatrstafF, JULY 3d AND 4th, 1899. Tlie largest Barbecue ever Jield in Arizona will be given under the towerintr pines on July 3d. There will be A FREE DINNER FOR EVERY ONE. wi ,.,, c. n.To o.i n:..i, fp.v-f War, Ball Throwing, Horseback Hiding K fnr (irls n'nrl t.wn l?nRiIwi11 finmps ni;ikc T A JUVENILE FESTIVAL, A grand Concert in the evening by THE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. The Fourth will be devoted to Horse Racing, Baseball, Logging Contests, Hose Races and Other Sports. See programme for particulars. TWO DAYS SPORT FOR ALL,
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. ltc (fbocoxxlno mt. Entered In tho l'ostoftlco nt Flairstnff as second class mat tor. Issued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars a year. In advance. Kvery paper Is stopped nt the expiration of the tlmo paid for C M. FUNSTON, Editor. Flagstaff, Saturday, .Ionb 24, '09. TliK SUN acknowledges tho receipt, front Secretary Akors, of tho nets, res olutions unil memorials of tho Twen tieth Legislative Assembly or tho Ter ritory of Arizona. We notice that ono J. G. Evans ob jects to the "interference'' of the Gov ernor in mining schemes. Mr. Evans says lie has a mining experience of twenty-flvo years. Who is J. G. Evans, At last the Phoenix Herald" has been sold. A stock company lias pur chased the plant and good will of that paper, and Harvoy J. Leo has become manager. Ho is an excellent news paper man, and not being handicapped for want of money he no doubt will make tho "Herald" a success. The first anniversary of tho battle of Las Guasimas occurs today. It ...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. .bl. number of nuggets wort) found In a small radius imd tlio Indiuns Informed them that there was more around there but they did not know It8 value and hud nover taken any of It. The surveyors had no pans or appliances to work the gold, so they couuluded to return, or ganize a party and go back some other time. Mr. Osburne brought with him some nuggets word) about $1,800. One of the nuggets is nearly two inches in diameter, with a thin sheet of quartz cutting through the center. Repub lican. What is Kodol Dyspepsia Cure? It is the newly discovered remedy, the most effective preparation ever devised for aiding the digestion and assimil ation of food, and restoring the de ranged digestive organs to a natural condition. It in u discovery surpassing anything yet known to the medical profession. Pioneer Drug Store. FOURTH OF JULY PROGRAMMES. Hone Racing and Baseball Committees Complete Their Schedule. The committee on racing, T. A. RIordan chairman, have made the fol l...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. JVWWWWWWVVWVWVWV I BRIEF LOCALS. J Saturday, June 24, 1899. Clark Hitt is now located in Terape. J. M. Dennis and son, of Williams, spent Tuesday liere. Mrs. F. W. Smith, of Seligman, Is spending tho week here. G. C. Kaufman made a business trip to Williams Wednesday. Robert Wulton and wife of Pheonix came in Monday and will spend tho summer here. L. Deyo, wifo and child of Wauseon, Ohio, arrived Tuesday and will re main several weeks. E. Myers, representative of the llrm of Lowenthal & Myers, Albuquerque, spent Wednesday hero. Mrs. W. L. Frederick came in from tho Frederick ranch Monday and will spend tho summer hero. Uev. H. Quetu, pastor of tho Catholic Church at Preseott, spent Weduesday here, the guest of Rev. F. Dtlly. Herbert Smith and family left Thurs day for Madera, Cal. They expect to luaice mat place their future home, The second hand store lias a number of wagons, buckboards and buggies which will bo disposed of at low price. T. E. Pollock, vice pr...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 June 1899
s THE COCONINO SUN. 2n LOCAL AND OTHERWISE P. R. Weathford U mi the sick list this week. K. M. Doo left Wednesday for Oak Creek for n few daxs1 trout fishing. Mrs. V. S. Robinson left today for Pomonu for u few weeks visit with liar parents. J. 11. Locked, while riding ut the ranch esterday morning was thrown from his horse, the animal kicking him as lie fell. Luckily he sustained no serious injuries, hut he is badly bruised. S. Oslsnno of Kansas City, Mo., is hero looking over the possibilities of this portion of Arizona. He made a trip to the Grand Can j on thin week and is highly pleaded with what he gaw there. I The Williams and FlagstafT base ball ! clubs will play theirxecondgame oulhe ball grounds here tomorrow. An ad mission fee of twenty-live, cents will be charged to the grand xland. The money going towaids paying the ex penses incured that day. Contractor Richaids cotnmeneed the building of a railroad from William-, which is eventually expected to be completed to the Gran...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. atauaataaM BRIEF LOCALS. vvvvvvvvvvvvvwvwwwvi Saturday, June 3, 1899. The Colorado river Is on the rise. The store of P. R. Wcatherford & Co. is the busiest place in town. Our silk faced sergo suits are beaut ies. Flagstaff Cash Store. Dr. C. P. Roberts the Williams banker, spent Monday here. C. A. Bush and a parry of friends are spending the week at the Grand Canyon. Don't fail to see our line of Ladies' Foot Wear before buying. Flagstaff Cash Store. Mrs. T. J. Ross came in from Jerome Tuesday and spent several days here this week. For sale 160 acres land. Never fail ing spring. Title perfect. Apply to Joseph Carroll, Flagstaff, Arizona. Mrs. Harry Fulton returned Satur day from a visit of several weeks with Mrs. J. B. Tappan in Yuma couniy. F. W. Smith came in from Srligman Saturday and remained until Monday. Mrs. Smith and the baby returned home with him. Those desiring their houses or stores fitted with pipe and fixtures, can have the work done promptly and...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 June 1899
P, R, W E A T H E R F O R D & C 0, V Or ft tlv iL THE COCONINO SUN. GENERAL Bargains For All We are not price mecters, but The Original Price Makers. We don't meet prices on one article our competitors offer you, but make prices on e very thing in our s tock. 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, Hoots and Shoes, Queensware and all goods at the cut prices. $1 00 00 00 00 00 00 1 00 10 35 30 Hats, same P. R. WEATHERFORD & CO., Flagstaff, Arizona, MERCHANDISE m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. It mined, also It snowed. Ladles' pa tent leather duncl rig pumps. Flagstaff Cash Store. H. P. Ashurst, the Williams attor ne.Vj was In town yesterday. Blue sorgo suits square cut, silk lined and faced are the latest. Flag stall Cast Store. Harry Hlbhen has aeoepled a posi tion with the Arm of Phelan fc Fleming of Williams as bookkeeper. Our line of black and colored Oxford? can't bo beaten. Call and see them. Flagstaff Cash Store. The Flagstaff Gem will change hands next week. K. N. Buck and a Flag staff capitalist are said to bo the pur chasers. J. C Kaufman, tho representative of the Warner-Phillip syndicate Is con fined to his room this week with u severe cold. George Tlney, who has charge of tho canteen at Fort Apache, was In lown Thursday. He was on his return fiom a visit' to his former homo in Michigan. Win. Friedlein has added an exten sion to his shop. The increase of business in tho plumbing lino made it necessary to have more room. Ho has the most compl...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 June 1899
- 8 P, R, E A T H E R F O R D & C O, ft Of IK is i;l 0 0 THE COCONINO SUN. GENERAL 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 arc ready and anxious to secure bargains such as the following: 16 lbs. Granulated Sugar - $1 00 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, Hoots and Shoes, Quecnswarc and all goods at the cut prices. P. R. WEATHERFORD & CO., Flagstaff, Arizona, MERCHANDISE 00 00 00 00 00 00 10 35 30 Hats, same ft ft m m ft ft ft ft ft ft i. ft ft ft ft ft ft ft m ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. "W5 Mrs. J. B. Tappan, of Yuma county, is visiting the family of Harry Fulton. B. M. Spencer camo In from Los An geles on Tuesday, and will remain here several weeks. S. II. Fulton, an elder brother of Harry Fulton, Is seriously ill at tho residence of I ho latter. For salo Two gentle burros broke to ride, drive or p.iek. Apply ti John Chlxholm at stone quarry. Three carloads of tho Tweniy-lltth regulars, colored, passed through hero yesterday on their way to Manila. Wool is now in demand. Dent fc Sayer disposed of a portion of their clip at 11 cents per pound, jcsierday. Mrs. C. V. Davis and son Norton were passengers on No. 1 Sunday on their way from tho east to Bollcinont. Miss Klla Hauxhurst of Tempo has been employed by the trustees of Sum mit district to teach tho summer school. Governor Murphy passed through here yesterday on his way to Las Ve gas to attend the reunion or the Hough Itiders. J. J. Donahue has received tho iron for the front of his two story b...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 June 1899
m the COCONINO SUN. b p Thomas Howe Ih confined to his room with an attack of rhcumatiHin. The Lowell observatory will be open to the public on the nights of July 3 and 4. H. C. Ilibbeu left Thursday for Pres cott, where he has accepted u osition with G. .1. Sturduvant, Jr., as book keejer. Mrs. W. J. Connor came in from San tu Fe, N. M., yesterday and will remain a few days before going to her homo in Yucca. J. .1. Donahue and wife returned Monday from a three weeks stay at the San Jacinto Spring, Cal. lie speaks highly of the health-giving properties of thu Springs. The Flagstaff Lodge of Elks will be herded and branded either on July 1 or 5. It depends on which date the chief brauder returns from tho grand convocation of Elks which i now in S session at St. Louis. The game of baseball bctweeu the Flagstaff and Williams clubs on thu Miter's grounds on last Sunday, i e sulted in la to 12 in favor of the Wil liams club. It was a good game and p.issedoiT pleasantly. P. M. Gavin annou...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 June 1899
THK COCON'INO SUN. School Census. Tho reports of tho school census mar shals of Coconino county have been tiled In the ollieoof the County Super intendent. The reorts show the number ofchll dreti of hchool ago In the county for tho jeur ending .luuu 30, 181)!), to be us follows: DISTIUCT. IMS 1898 Ouln Loss Flagstaff, No. 1. 3M :)7 11 Wllll.ims, No. 4 . ., 1W 131 48 llellemont. No. :i . .. . ltl . . 16 Tuba City. No. , 41 4J I Fredonla. No. 0 .. H 0s) 18 Mocn-Avii, No. 7 .. li 12 V'rlsco, No. 4 10 . 10 Summit, No. 8 .... 13 . 13 Milking u not gain of 81) til the county. Tho reports also show that tKll chil dren have attended the public schools, 17 uttended private schools, :!!) attend ed denominational schools, while 111!) have not attended any school during the year. Bellcmontdistrict having lapsed since the beginning of tho school year does not show a report for the year, the dis trict being added to Flagstaff district, Frisco district was reorganized by adding a part of the lapse...
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THE COCONINO SUN. k t fr JUVENILE SPORTS. Programme for the Third of July To Be Held at Park Thorp. FOOT HACKS For boys 15 to 18 years (Hrst class): 100-ynrds dush. 60-yard three-legged race. 100-yard hurdle race. Running brood jump. Straight standing broad jump. Tug-of-war, six on each side; Captains, I Louis Hums and John Doyle. , Running high jump. ' FOOT HACKS For boys 10 to 15 years (second j class) : 50-yard dash. ! 40-yard sack race. 60-yard obstruction race. 20-yard potato race Running hop. step and jump. Tun-of-wnr: CaDtalns. Willie Jones and Ccorire Illckel. i BALL THROWING CONTKST - First class, distance. Second class, accuracy. UlRLS' KACKS-All over 14 years, llrst class; I under 14 years, second class: First class, 30-yard dash. Second class, 20-yard potaUie race. GIRLS' HORSEBACK HIDING Free to all j up to 18 years. I SMALL BOYS' RACES -Under II years: 30-yard dash. 30-yard potatoe ruco. BASEBALL OAMES-Boys 15 to 18 years; Captulns, Deal and Hunch. I Hoy 0 to 15 years....
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 June 1899
.wt" .A THE COCONINO SUN. Low Ratet to the Seashore. The Santa Vo Route will sell .cheap excursion ticlsets to Los Angeles, San Diego, Redondo Beach, or Santa Monica on tho following dates: July 1, 12, 22 and 20; August 5, !, li), 20 und 30. There will be u big crowd at tho seashore this year, especially during July and Au gust when the N. E. A. people are there. San Diego has many attractions of bav and ocean, as well aB raanv places of Interest on land. In July they will have a big festival at Tla .fuana, that quaint, little Mexican larder town. The Governor of Lower California and staff will bo there and his official band wl.h brass buttons, gold lace and music. Tho prograramo will consist, of a lurbeoue, bull light and Spanish games. it DON'T PURCHASE A READY-MADE SUIT Which Is mudo and finished by machinery with hundreds of others of tho same style and pattern. Have some Individuality about your attire! I can givo you a perfect, fitting suit, made from tho fine-it domestic or i...
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 June 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. LODGE DIRECTORY. 0 RAIBI TRIBE, NO. 8. 1. O. II M. Meets on SleeD of Oth Sun. Each 7 Suns at 7 Runs, 30 Breaths. Wlgwom. corner Kallroad avenue and Lerouz street. Visiting tribe mem bers welcome. F. M. Browning. Sachem. J. M. Simpson, a of It. E. Km C of W. Vf OUNTAIN LODGE, NO. 15, K. OP P. Meets Masonic In Hall every Wednesday night. Visiting mights are cordially Invited to attend. LOUIS SPKIBH. C. C. a A. Bush, k. of R. and S. f-OURT COCONINO. NO. 88fl, INDEPEND-V-' ENT OKDIB Or FORESTERS. Meets Tuesday nights In Masonic Halt Visit ing members invited to attend the Court meet ing. F. L. BEAI, C. a. Louis Spixiw, Recorder. pLAOSTAFP LODGE, NO. 13, A. O. V. XV. Meets every Thursday night In Masonic Hall. Visiting members Invited to attend. T. A. RICKEU M. W. C. M. Fdnston. Recorder. PLAOSTAFP 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 Pit. E. S. Miller, Sec....
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THE COCONINO SUN. Santa Fe Pa, R, R, Co Condensed Time Card No. 7. In effect June 4, 1899. WEST. KA8T. STATIONS. NO. 1. NO. 2. 10 00 p. Lv. Chicago Ar 9 00 p. JO 50 a. Kansas City .... 7 00 a. 3 so a. Denver. 5 00 p. 4 35 a. La Junta .... 1150 a. 05 p. ... ... Albuquerque. , 1035 p. 3 35 a. -....Wlngate Lv 5 37 p. 355 a Gallup 5 15 p. 5 47 a. Holbrook ... -.. 1 35 p. 7 05 a WInslow IS3& p. 9 38 a ...... Flagstaff 10 37 a. M 13 a. ...Williams 9 15 a. I330p. Ar Ash Fork Lv 7 65 a. 13 35 p. Lv Ash Fork -.Ar 5 40 a. 3 37 p. Ar. ..Jerome Jo -Lv 3 43 a. 3 10 p. . -...Prescott 3 55 a. 6 45 p .... Congress Jo .............. II 17 a. 9 30 p. Ar Phumlx -Lv 8 30 p. 13 SO p. Lv . Ash Fork . Ar 7 35 a. 3 10 p. Peach Springs .......Lv 3 45 a. 3 45 p ....Klngman. . 13 50 a. 5 45 p .The Needles 9 55 p. 7 33 p. . Blake 8 45 p. 9 30 p .... i Bagdad - 6 15 p. 1305 a Daggett 355 p. 1355 a. ... .Uarstow.... ... .. 3 35 p. 1 55 a. ...... Kramer 13 10 p. 3 53 a Mojave - 1010 a. 8 38 a. Ar Los Angeles ...
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r THE COCONINO SUN. m THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES Outstanding Assurance December 31, 1898...$ 987,157,131 00 Assurance applied for in 1898 198,362,617 00 Examined and declined . 30,318,878 00 New Assurance Issued 168,013, 739 00 Income 50,249,286 78 Assets December 31, 1898'. .. '. .-. 258,369,298 Si Assurance Fund $198,898,259 00 All Other liabilities 2,160,550 27 201,058,809 27 Surplus 57,310,489 27 I-aid IWicy Holders in 1898 21,020,523 42 -'' ' ' WALTER N. PARKHURST, General Manager New Mexico and Arizona Department, ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. A. A. FISHER, Resident Agent, - Flagstaff, Arizona.
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 1 July 1899
IX Cfye Coconino Sun. Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, JULY 1, 1899. No. 23. !; T. A. StOSDAN. PmkknL U. . tlOSDAN. Secnurr ! F.r. SISSON. Tteuant. Ij ARIZONA j; LUMBER AND TIMBER sv !' COMPANY, , : "l ., MtauUctvrtrt of $,, ! . n wmmmr Native Pine Lumbeiv :j ! ; Props, Stulls, Boxes, Utb, : I; Piling. Shingles, ; Ties, Lagging. Sasb and Doors. : Flagstaff, Arizona, hb -y
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THE COCONINO SUN. ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK," FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. b P", OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. Interest Paid on Time and " Savings Deposits. Drafts Sold Upon all For eign Countries. Wc have an extensive Patronage and Correspondence through" out Arizona, and invite your Banking Business upon Liberal and Conservative terms. T. J. POLLOCK, President iT. E POLLOCK, Vice President C. H. EDWARDS, Cashier. C O. ROBINSON, Assistant Cashier. Hi M J W WINSLOW BRICK M. VCKNET1V .Mf From a Single Brick To a Train Load. For Prices and Information, Address M. J. KENNEDY, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, FLAGSTAFF. - ARIZONA. Cliquor store I JULIUS AUBINEAU. I DIAICR IN f C FINE . WINES, WHISKIES I 7 LIOUORS-CIGARS . Quietett place la towa. J J No gambling allowed. t Family Trade Solicited. S :r