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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 1 July 1899
.'; Oje Coconino Sun. 1 w Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, .IULV 1, 1899. No. 23, Fourth of July Programme. JULY 3, 1899. MORNING. Sunrise salute. Procession will form at the Court House at 9 ft. m the line of march being south on San Francisco street to Railroad arenue, thence west on Railroad avenue to Lerouz street, thence north on Lerouz street to Aspen avenue, thence west to Pork Thorpe. The procession will be headed by the Flag stall Band. EXERCISES AT THE PARK. Music by Flagstaff Symphony orchestra. Invocation, Rev. F. Dllly. Reading Declaration of Independence, James I Byrnes. Singing. "America." Oration, Hon. T. S. Bunch. Song, "Star Spangled Banner." Benediction, Rev. J. M. Baxter. BARBEOUE. AFTERNOON, JULY 3. A platform has been- erected for dancing. Good music Dancing begins at 1:30 p. m. Juvenile games commence at 1. p. m. Prizes for the juvenile games will be purchased by the committee: FOOT RACES-For boys 15 to 18 years (first class) : 100-yards dash. 80-yard three-legged race. 1...
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THE COCONINO SUN. kV V Programme, Continued. JULY 4, 1899. MORNING. Sunrise salute. HOSE CONTEST. To commence at 10 o'clock a. m., July 4, on Leroux street between As pen and Cherry corners. First Wet test: Distance 300 feet to hydrant, unreel ISO feet of hose, break coupling; at . tacb nozzle. Time to be taken from start of race until water Issues through nozzle. Judges: One to bo selected by each com pany participating. Purse (75 to winners: second money (25. Second Straight away, 300 feet with cart. Prize (50. Judges same as In wet test. Race at same place. BASEBALL. 10 a. m. Flagstaff vs. Williams (boys' clubs). Prlzo to winner, (25. 13 m. Lean Men vs. Fat Men. AFTERNOON, JULY 4. The committee on racing, T. A. Riordan chairman, have mude the fol lowing programme for the Fourth of July. Racing to commence at 1 o'clock p. in. FIB8T Rack Fancy saddlo horse; Horses to bo known to the Judges; Four to enter and two to start; First money HO, second money (10 'Second Race Running Race; ...
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THE COCONINO SUN. y jfc m JEROME FIRE. The United Verde Copper Company the Sufferer. Fire broke out in the United Verde Company's reverberatory furnace Wed nesday night. The reverberatory is the largest of its kind in the United States and Ii directly under the rail road track. Back of it a few feet are a number of coke bin!. To the north are vital of the mine, the power house, representing an investment of $2T0,000. Fire ate away the support of the bins holding 600 tons of coke. This mass of iuflamable material fell witli a urali on the lire and the whole made a. most Intense heat. ' Tons of burning coke fell through an open shaft and set the 145-foot level of the mine alire. But thin was controled after five hours light. The fire originated from the friction of one of the belts on the fur nace blower. Twelve hundred men hove been thrown out of employment temporarily. A press report sons: Wild excitement without interruption has filled the town since the commence ment of the fire o...
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THE COCONINO SUN. DEATH OF W. P. HERMAN. Found Unconctous in Hi Room After Put ting out a Fire From an Exploded Lamp. W. P. Herman, supervisor of the Grand Canyon Forest reserve, was fa tally burned on Monday night In his room in the Hicks Lodging' house, and died from his Injuries Tuesday night. He was in the habit of reading him self to sleep, leaving the lamp burn ing, and it is supposed that ho upset the lamp while asleep or that it ex ploded. The table on which the lamp stood was at the head of tlie bed, and the oil was scattered over the tabic It Is evi dent that the lire awakened Mr. Her man and he probably subdued tho flames, and in doing so, tils feet and hands were burned, and that he inhal ed both lire and smoke rendering him uneonclous. Hut just how tho acci dent occured will never bo known as he did not recover conclousness before his death. Ho was discovered by Mrs. Hicks early In the morning who sent for Dr. Brannon and Manning, who did all they could for him. The tab...
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THE COCONINO SUN. 3f fc - INDEPENDENCE DAY Will bo 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. Foot races for Boys and Girls, Tug-of-War, Ball Throwing, Horseback Riding for Girls and two Baseball Games make 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 Rices and Other Sports. See programme for particulars. TWO DAYS SPORT FOR ALL, i St I ' :s'
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THE COCONINO SUN. ne Coconino im. Entered Id the Postofflco at Flagstaff as second class matter. Issued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars a year. In advance. Every paper ' ts stopped at the expiration of the time paid for C. M. FUNSTON, Editor. Flagstaff, Saturday, July 1, '98. The "Copper King," located on the groat "Copper Queen voln" Is ono of the eastern schemes which is anxious to exchange its stock for the eastern man's dollar. The first number of the Pima Record has been received at tills office. It is a six-column folio, well printed and filled with news both local and general. VV. J. Peters is the editor and proprietor and tho Sun wishes him success in his venture. The Rough Riders reunion at Las Vegas was greatly enjoyed by those who attended the three days session. Roosevelt was the center of attraction on this occasion and fully appreciated the attention paid him. The next re union will bo held InOklahama City in June 1000. Flagstaff is filled with visitors...
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I THB COCONINO SUN. ? $L m Special Sale. Commencing today and continuing' and including the sixth of July, P. R. Wetitherford & Co., the original price makers of Flagstaff, will give a 10 per cent discount on mens' womens' and children's boots, shoes und slippers; mens' huts, gloves and shirts: drets goods, trimmings and ladies' muslin and knit underwear. This opportu nity will only be given for live days and Is one of great advantage to our patrons. That Throbbing Headache. Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers have proved their match less merit for sick und nervous head aches. They make pure blood and strong nerves and build upyour health. Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cts. Money back if not cured. Sold at the Pioneer Drug Store. Fourth of July Rates. Hound trip excursion tickets will bo sold between any two stations on the Santa Fe Pacific R. 11. as follows: Dates of sale July 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. Going limit July 4th. Ret...
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THE COCONINO SUN. -1S JWWWVWWVVWVWVWVW uiu iijnij. Saturday, July 1, 1899. T, E. Pollock spent Thursday In Kingman. Ole Kyhn, of Maine, was in town Saturday. E. M. Doe loft Thursday for King man on legal business. Mrs. T. J. Hesser, of Wlnslow, is visiting Mrs. T. J. Coalter. T. J. Hesser, proprietor of Hotel Navajo, spent Thursday here. Frank Beasley shipped two car loads of sheep to Kansas City Tuesday. E. E. Ellinvrood returned Thursday from a two days stay In Kingman. The Lowell observatory will be open to the public on the nights of July 3 and 4. Mrs. P. G. Cornish, of Albuquerque, came in Thursday and will remain sev eral days. Mw. C.W. Davis, of Bellemont, spent several days here during the week vis iting friends. P. R. Weatherford has leased the John Clark residence recently occupied by S. T. Elliot. A. A. Fisher was a passenger on No. 2 Tuesday for Holbiook, whero ho will spend a week. . Mrs. Jennett De Closs returned Thursday from Globe, where Bhe has been for the past yea...
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I to to P, R, w E A T H E R F O R D & to to to to viy to to to fr. Of to to to to to to ftv to JF: r THE COCONINO SUN. GENERAL Bargains For All We are not price meetcrs, but The Original Price Makers. We don't meet, prices on one article our competitors offer you, but make prices on every tiling 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 -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 00 1 gallon Coal Oil -1 gallon Vinegar - Dry Goods, Boots and Queensware and all goods cut prices. 00 00 00 00 00 hOO 10 35 30 Shoes, Hats, at the same THE ENTIRE FIRST FLOOR IS NOW OCCUPIED BY US. Increase in Business Calls for More Room. a J MERCHANDISE ft ft ft ft ft ft m ft ft ft ft ft ft m 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
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THE COCONINO SUN. R. H. Cameron is in from the Grand Canyon this week. . All the fresh fruit of the season on sale at the Second Hand Store. L. S. Drum, the rancher of Stone mans Lake, is in town this week. A. B. Zeckendorf is taking in the sights at the Grand Canyon this week. The Fourth of July being a holiday the Arizona Central Bank will be closed. The Milton hose team are practicing every night and expect to run away with the prizes in the hose contest. R. H. Hannan, of Chicago, came in yesterday. He has been appointed range rider on the forest reserve force. .Major J. H. McCHntock stopped here yesterday on his way home from the Rough Rider's reunion, at Las Vegas. C. H. Schultz and wife, Mrs. Austin, Miss Logie, Dr. Miller and D. M. Fran els are spendlug the week at Oak ureek. R. H. Gardiner, the veteran photog rapher, is in town north of city hall, and will remain for ten days only. Call early. The machinery in the steam laundry is being tested this week getting ready for the...
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THE COCONINO SUN. y fcv Thos. Jasper left yesterday for California. A fine selection of Jewelry at low price at ihe Second Hand Store. E. T. McGonlgle left yesterday for a three weeks stay in Los Angeles. Camping outfits can be bad at low, prices at th Second Hand Store. Nino train of excursionists to Cali fornia have paused through here this week and twelve more are expected tomorrow. Through the courtesy of Mr. A. E. Dougluss, Lowell observatory will be open to visitors on Monday and Tues day nights, July 3 and 4. S. F. Gainer, of Pilot Point, Texas, brother of Mrs. J. A. Muurer came in Thursday and will remain several days. He is on his way to Washington. The Second Hand Store in its new location has added largely to its va ried stock. Rev. C. T. Douglas, of Pasadena, C.il., and general missionary for south ern California ,and Arizona, for the Baptists spent Monday and Tuesday here. Senator Pettigrew, of South Dakota, and W. A. Clark, of Montana, and a party' of friends expect .t...
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THE COCONINO SUN. Mrs. J. R. Treat Is spending a few days In the Verdo Valley. The New York Store has a line as sortment ol dry goods and ladies' and trentleraens' shoes, a lino lino of la- dies shirt waists ind skirts, clothing and gentlemen's furnlshlnggoods. All our goods are of the latest modes and are- offered to you at lower prices than have over been mauo in Hagstatr. Summer Excursions to the Pacific Coast. TheSuntaPe Paciilc railroad com pany will sell round trip tickets from flagstaff to Los Angeles, Redondo, S.inta Monica or Sim Diego at rate of $31.00. Tickets will bo sold on follow ing dates: Jund 3, 7r and 21. July 1, 12. 22, and 26. August 5. 0, 10, 20. and 30. Final limit ninety days from, date of sale. Stop-over allowed west of Sun Bernardino. Geo. E. Sullivan, Agent. Ladies' calling cards, in the correct styles, printed in the latestcoppcr-plate script at this otlice. What you want U not temporary relief from piles but a euro to stay cured. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salv...
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THE COCONINO SUN. 1 K ufc DoWUt's Little Early Risers benefit permanently. They lend gentle assis tance to nature, causing no pains nor weakness, permanently curing' consti pation and liver ailments. Pioneer Drug Store. The Globe electric light works have been sold to Clias. W. Sirel at Phconix. "What might have been" if that lit-, tie cough hadn't been neglected is the sad reflection of thousands of consump tives. One Minute Cough Cure cures coughs and colds. Pioneer Drug Store. James Blankenship, constable of Globe, died on the 17th instant, of Brlghts disease. Ho was 3U years of age and a native of Salmon county, Cal ifornia. Ho was a member of Globe lodge A. O. U. W. Thomas Khoads, Centerlleld, O., writes: "I suffered from plies seven or eight years. No remedy gave mo re lief until DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve, less than a box of which permanently cured me." Soothing, healing, per-'oni, corns, all skin eruptions. Best fectly harmless. Beware of counter feits. Pioneer Drug Store. Ta...
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iftrti THE COCONINO SUN. Low Rates to the Seashore. Tho Santa Fo Route will soil .oheap excursion tickets to Los Angeles, San Diego, Ucdondo Beach, or Santa Monica on tho following dates: July 1, 12, 22 and 20; August 5, 9, 19, 20 and 30. There will bo a big crowd at tho seashore this year, especially during July and Au gust when tho N. E. A. people are there. San Diego has many attractions of bay and ocean, as well as many places or Interest on land. In July they will have a big febtlval at Tla Juana, that quaint ltttlo Mexican larder town. The Governor of Lower California and staff will be there and his official band wi.h brass buttons, gold lace and music. Tho programme will coniat of a barbecue, bull fight and Spanish games. . DON'T PURCHASE A READY-MADE SUIT Which is mado and finished by machinery with bundled of others of the sumo stjle and pattern. Have some Individuality about your attire! I can give you a perfect fitting suit, made from tho finest domestic or imported goods...
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THE COCONINO SUN. 'v LODGE DIRECTORY. o KAMI TRIBE, NO. 8, I. O. R. M. Meets on Sleep of 6th Sun. Each 7 Suns at 7 Huns, 30 Rreatns. Wigwam, corner Railroad avenue and Leroux street. Visiting tribe mem bers welcome. F. M. Drowning, Sachem, J. M. Simpson, C. of R. B. Kue C. of W. Vf OUNTAIN LODGE, NO. IS, K. OP P. Meet's Masonic In Hall every Wednesday night. Visiting mights are cordially Invited to attend. LOUIS Speirs, C. C. C. A. Buhr, K. of R. and S. COURT COCONINO, NO. B96, INDEPEND ENT ORDER OF rORESTERS. Meets Tuesday nights In Masonic Hall. Visit ing members Invited to attend the Court meet ing. F. L. BE At, C. R. Louis Spiers, Recorder. pLAOSTAFF LODGE, NO. 13, A. O. U. W. Meets every Thursday night In Masonic Hall. Visiting members Invited to attend. T. A. Rickei M. W. C. M. Fdnston, 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 Dr. e. S. Miller, Sec ...
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yypfWritM!'W;v.''.i!i.i.''i'''iimi .... THE COCONINO SUN. n 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 Paid Policy 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. tf
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Sv THE COCONINO SUN. Santa Fe Pa, R. R, Co, Condensed Time Card No. 7. In effect June 4, 1869. No. I. in mi n 10 so a. 32U a. 4 25 a. SOS p. 225 a. 2 55 a. 5 47 a. 7 05 u. 928 a. 11 12 a. 12 30 p. 12 85 p. 2 27 p. 3 10 p. 6 45 p. 9 20 p. 1230 p. 2 10 p. 3 45 p. Hip. 7 33 p. 9 30 p. 1205 a. 1255 a. IB a. 353 a. 8 28 a. 105 p. 6 45 p. Lv......... Chicago . . , Kansas city .. Denver- ....... La Junta........ ..... Albuquerque ,.t ... WInirate .. .. Gallup ... Holbrook ...... Winslow . ... .. .... Flagstaff . Williams Ar. Ash Fork, Ar ..Lv Lv ......Ash Fork.... Ar. .Jerome Jc .... . . ..... Prescott .... ... Congress Jc ... Ar Phaenlr . Lv Ar ..Lv .Lv Lv .. ....Ash Fork ..... Ar ...r ....Peach Springs ......Lv . Klnirman . The Needles .. Blake ..... Bagdad ..... ...,,.. . Daggett .. .... liars tow , .... Kramer . Mojavc Ar. Los Angeles . .. San Diego Ar San Francisco.. ... Lv 900 p. 700 a. 5 00 p.. 11 80 a. 10 25 p. 537 p. &15 p. 135 p. 12 35 p. 10 37 a. 9 15 a. 755 a. 5 40 a. 3 42 ...
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jBEgBsissw' THE COCONINO SUN. ! ADVERTISERS jj l SHOULD : 'T- ;! ji REMEMBER Qv I ;i ji 7&rf ' j j; . jl j They ; jj : m Caaaot ' - ii ! $& Reach . ..' - j; -; i " i . the i p? II CI?e Coconino Sun I ;! Through ; i AY j; Other j! " Weekly address ji ji Publication. " THE COCONINO Sun, ji l FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ. j;
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 8 July 1899
( Cfye (Coconino Sun Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, JULY 8, 1899. No. 24. T. A. HOKDAN, PntUenl. , .. M.J. ttOHDAN. Snrturr ; --' F. V; SISSON. Trtuunr. J l ARIZONA ; LUMBER AND TIMBER l company, j! ! Manufacturer of $ , ) Native Pine Lumber i; Props, Stulls. Boxes, Lath, ' ;! J; Piling, Shingles, ; J; Ties, Lagging. Sash and Doors. : Flagstaff, Arizona, :
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THE COCONINO SUN. ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK If 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. MS U M.J. WINSLOW BRICK Tf. KENNEDY jf From a Single Brick To a Train Load For Prices and Information. Address M. J. KENNEDY. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA. i LIQUOR STORE 'j 1 JULIUS AUBINEAU, I I K DIAICR IN P U C FINE S I WINES, WHISKIES I 1 LIQUORSCIGARS I i Quietest place in town, ) J No gambling allowed. tiM t Family Trade Solicited. fm J? "TSEamft fctsaft- v