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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 22 July 1899
Ip h a THE COCONINO SUN. k Wool Growers Organize. A committee of three wool growers from each of tho counties of Coconino, Navajo, and Apache met at Holbrook July, 20 for the purpose of organizing and incorporating a Territorial Wool Growers Association. There were present many prominent sheep breeders beside those named us dele gates. The meeting was one of the most harmonious and businesslike ever held in the Territory. There seemed to bo but one opinion and purpose actuating each and all. The plan of organisation was readily agreed upon and articles of incorpora tion drawn up and signed, by which the sheep grazing districts of Arizona are organized into one association, with two coordinate divisions, one comprising Apache and Navajo counties, and and tho Black Mesa For est Raserve and sheep gruzlng districts noutli thereof, to be known us tho Eastern division; the other comprising Coconino county and the sheep grazing districts west and south thereof, known as the Western divisio...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 22 July 1899
Tuaiapwft"- TUE COCONINO SUN. ltc ocottiua utt. Entered In the Postofllce at Flagstaff as second class matter. Issued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars a year. In advance. Kvery paper is stopped at tho expiration of the time paid for C. M. FUNSTON, Editor. Flagstaff, Saturday, July 22, 'ay. If tho editor of the Phoenix "Ga rotte" really want to enjoy tho only genulno summer climate ho should tako u week oil and spend It In Flagstaff. The gold output of Alaska is esti mated at $20,000,000, and a largo pro portion of this will jo through the U. S. mints, thus largely Increasing the present gold supply. The croaker, who insists that Flag staff is dead, Is having a hard time to convince even himself that such is the case. With huildlngs going up in every direction and our merchants and mills doing a larger business than in any year since the incorporation of tho town, the "knocker" is compelled to stand asldo and watch tho progress of the town. The Uintah county, Utah, woo...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 22 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUM. I i fc w The Railroad Taxes. Tho Santa Ke Pacillc railroad com pany last week held a consultation with representatives of the Board of Supervisors from the counties of Coco nino, Navajo, Apache, Yavapai, and Mohave. The meeting was held in Los Angelas on Thursday. The railroad company on their part, agreed to p.iy taxes on a valuation of $2.f()0 per mile on their right of way and to a valuation on their lands along the line of twenty cents per acre, and to pay taxes for the year 1899 on the samo basis. The Board of Supervisors of this county have agreed to the proposal of the railroad, and so have Apacho and Navajo counties. Under the circumstances the Hoard of Supervisors of this county did the best tiling possible in accepting the proposition. As under a recent de cision of the U. S. Supreme court the rlghtof way was held as being exempt from taxation, and left only the lands of the company subject to taxation. It is true that the value of lands could have been r...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 22 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. I BRIEF LOCALS. I wvvwvwwvwvwwwwv Saturday, July 22, 1899. Found A valuable purse. Apply to New York Store. The public school will open on the tint Monday in September. AH the fre9h fruit of the season on Hale at the Second Hand Store. Miss Wynne has completed a neat cottage on North Leroux titreet. A large selection of novels, paper, covered, at the Second Hand Store. Mrs. Q. V. Funt of Los Angeles is visiting her daughter, Mis. M. J. Dorun. Clarence J. Spellinire Thursday re turned from a ten days' visit to Los Angeles. The Second Hand Store in its new locution lias added largely to its va ried stock. , For Rent Three-room furnished cot tage; furniture will be sold. Inquire ut Sun office. Mrs. F. H. Walton of Now York came in Monday and will spend the summer with her soh, R. B. Walton. J. Y. T. Smith and daughter, Miss Winifred, came up from Phoenix Tuesday and will remain during the summer. A. A. Fisher, agent of the Equitable Life Assurance company, returned We...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 22 July 1899
ft 0 ft ft ft ft Or Of Of p, R. W E A T H E R F O R D & C O. as THE COCONINO SUN. Ml i 1 - 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 are ready and anxious to secure bargains such as the following: 16 lbs. Granulated Sugar - $1 00 8 cans "St. Charles" Milk - 1 00 10 cans ' ' Challenge ' ' Milk - 1 00 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, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Qucensware and all goods at the same cut prices. THE ENTIRE FIRST FLOOR IS NOW OCCUPIED BY US. Increase in Business Calls for More Room. MERCHANDISE m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 22 July 1899
' ' I THE COCONINO SUN. L E. E. Ellinwood left Thursday for Kingman on legal business. A lino selection of Jewelry at low price at the Second Hand Store. Miss Jessie Todd of Los Angeles Is visiting her sister, Miss Agnes Todd. Gcorgo U. Young, editor of the Wil liams "Nows," was in town Tuesday. Mrs. C. W. Davis, after a months' visit here, returned to Chicago Mon day. The Second Hand store will buy and sell any thing that can bu bought or sold. Mrs. W. II. Mann, wife of the night operator at the depot, catnu In last week from Los Angeles. For sale Two gentle burros broke to ride, drivo or pack. Apply to John Chlsholm at stone quarry. Mrs. Mctz and daughter, Miss Alice, returned Saturday from a visit to their former home in Cincinnati, O. Mrs. E. F. Long, wife of tho man ager 'of the Flagstaff Electric Light company, arrived from Cincinnati, O., Wednesday. N. E. Mann, agent of the St. L., P. & N. rallro.id at (Jleit Cat lion, 111., is visiting his brother. W. II. Maun, tho depot...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 22 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. m- Camping outfits can be had at low prices at thrt Second Hand Store. B. F. Alsop nan purchased an in terest in the Browning barber shop. S. S. Preston, the Willow Spring's Indian trader, was in town this week. E. M. Doo was in Prescott several days this week attending the district court. J. S. Dowllng and wife, the latter a sister of Thos. Devlne, are spending the month here. J. J. Donahue has had a Portland ce ment sidewalk put down in front of his new block on Railroad avenue. E. T. McGonigle, who has been en joying life in Los Angeles for the past two weeks, returned Saturday. George S. Conant. and bride returned Monday from Leominster, Mass. They will make their home in Flagstaff. Ira Hoxworth, who has a position in the Denver office of the D. & R, G. rrilro,id, ei'ino in Wednesday and will remain sever.il week". J. W. Bishop was in town from Floyd mountain Wednesday and reports a heavy rain in that vicinity. The Ellinwood tank north of the mountain is fi...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 22 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. I iyai J. L. V. Pemberton of Jerome is registered at the Now Bank Hotel. W. Freldllen has tlio contract for plumbing the new Donahue building. The Flagstaff Steam Laundry receiv ed u handsome new delivery wagon this week. The A. O. U. W. Lodge has made arrangement? to put a substantial fenco around their cemetery. Harry Pylo, manager of the Edison Electric Light company at Pasadena, Oil., will spend tho next thirty days here with his friend, T. E. Pollock. G. H. Rhamoy of the second hand store returned Wednesday from a trip to Los Angeles. Ho says that r.iiu Is badly needed in Southern California. Miss Jennie Baylis of Gallup, who has been visiting friends here for the pair three weeks, will leave tomorrow for Williams to visit her sister, Mrs. G. II. Barney. No further information has been received from tho Sheriff's posse, who are chasing tho murderer of Wingfield and Hodgers. But It is supposed that hu is still In tho vioinityof Tunnel Hill. About all the leadin...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 22 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. A Night of Terror. is Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of tlio Iiruvo General Uurnli.uu of Mi chilis, Mo., when the doctors said she could not live till morning, writes Mrs. S. H. Lincoln, who uttended her that fearful night. All thought she imiit soon die of Pneumonia, but she begged for Dr. King's New DNeovery, saying it hud more than once' saved her life, and had cured her of consump tion. After three small do-cs she slept easily all night, and its further use com pletely cured her. This marvelous medicine is guaranteed to cure all Throat, Chest and Lung diseases. Only fiOc nnd $1.00. Trial bottle- free at the Pioneer Drug Store. Gun-shot wounds and powder burns, cuts, bruises, spraln-t, wounds from rusty nails, Insect stings and Ivy poi oning, quickly healed by DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve. Positively pre vents blood poi-oning. liewiire of coun terfeits. DoWitt's is safe and sure. Pioneer Drug Store. "What might have been" if that lit tle cough hadn't been ne...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 22 July 1899
,rfl fet,? J-J-Vf . JTSiI THE COCONINO SUN. I Low Rate to the Seashore. Tho Santa Fo Routo will sell -cheap excursion tickets to Los Angeles, San Diego, Redondo Reach, or Santa Monica on tho following dates: July 1, 12, 22 and 2(1; August 5, !, lit, 20 and HO. There will bo a big crowd at the seashore this year, especially during July and Au gust when tho N. E. A. people nro there. San Diego 1ms many attractions of bay and ocean, as well as many places of Interest on land. In July they will have a big festival at Tia .Tuana, 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 fight and Spanish games. , c DON'T PURCHASE A READY-MADE SUIT Which is made and finished by machinery with hundreds of others of tho same stvle and pattern. Have some individuality attout your attire! I can give you a perfect titling suit, made from the fines...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 22 July 1899
THB COCONINO SUN. X LODGE DIRECTORY. Ou AIM TKIilE, NO. 8, 1. O. K. M. Meets on Sleen of 6th Sun. Each 7 Suns at 7 Ituns, 30 Hreuths. Wlirwnm. corner Railroad avenue aad Leroux Btreot. Visiting tribe mem bers welcome. F. M. IIrowmino, Sachem. J. M. Simpson. C. at It, K. Kme R. of W. M OUNTAIN LODGE. NO. 15, It OP P. Meets Masonic in Hall every Wednesday nleht. Visltlnir inlKhtn are cordially Invited to nttend. Louis Speiiis, C. 0. C. A. 1 trail. It or It. and S. COUItT COCONINO, NO. 890, INDEI'END KNT OIIDEIl OF 1'OKEsrt.lLS. Keels Tuesday nlnhts In Masonic Hall. Visit In:? members invited to attend the Court meet ing F. L. Heau C. It. Louis Spieim. Itecorder. F LAOSTAFF LODQE, NO. 13, A. O. U. W. Meets every Thursday niiilit In Masonic Hall. Visiting members Invlteil to attend. T. A. IlICKEL, M. W. C M. Fu.nston. Itecorder. PLAGSTAFF LODOE NO. 7, F. & A. M Itccular meeting, on llrst Saturday of each month at F. and A. M. Hall, oter City Hall. Vlsitlni; brethren Invited to atten...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 22 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Santa Fe Pa- R, R, Co, Condensed Time Card No. 7. In effect Juno 4, 1899, WKST. BAST. STATIONS. No. J. No- - 10 00 p. Lv . . Chicago - . .Ar 9 00 p. ION) n. .. .,..Kansas City ..7 00 a. 3 20 a. . .Denver. 5 00 p. 4 25 a. . ., La Junta... . .1160 a. 9 05 p. ... ... Albuquerque .. 10 SS p. J 25 a. Wlngatc.. Lv 5 37 p. 255 a. -Gallup. .. 15 P- 5 47 a. . , . . Holbrook . .. 1 35 p. 7 05 a. - Wlnslow. ,.,. IS 35 p. 9 28 a. . Flagstaff. . 10 37 a. 11 13 a. . ..Williams , 9 15 a. 12 30 p. Ar - .Ah Fork Lv 7 55 a. 12 35 p. Lv Ash Fork Ar 5 4') a. 2 27 p. Ar ..Jerome Jo Lv 3 4J a. 3 10 p. . I'rescott 255 a. 0 45 p. .. Congress J c 11 17 a. 20p. Ar . 1'hu.nlx .Lv 830 P- 12 30 p. Lv ........ Ash Fork ...Ar 7 35 a. 2 10 p. Peach Springs Lv 3 45 a. 3 45 p. Klninnan . . . 12 50 a. 5 45 p. The Needles 9 55 p. 7 3J p. lllako 8 45 p. 9 30 p. . Ilagdad 0 15 p. 12 US a Daggett 3 55 p. 12 55 a. llnrstow 3 35 p. 1 55 a. Kramer 12 1(1 p. 3 53 a. . Mojavc -. 10 10 a. 8 28 a. Ar I.os Ange...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 22 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. m i THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES Outstanding Assurance December 31, 1898. . . A ssu ranee applied for in 1898 Examined and declined New Assurance Issued Income Assets December 31, 1898 Assurance Fund $198,898,259 00 Another Liabilities.. Surplus l'aid I'olicy Holders in 1898. 2,160,550 2, $ 987,157,13 1 00t 198,362,617 00 30,318,878 00 168,013,739 00 50,249,286 78 258,369,298 54 201,058,809 27 57,310,489 27 21,020,523 42 WALTER N. PARKHURST, General Manager New Mexico and Arizona Department. ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. A. A. FISHER, Resident Agent, - Flagstaff, Arizona. '-Hi i J it i
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 22 July 1899
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 July 1899
Q?e Coconino Sun. Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, JULY 29, 1899. No. ', T. A. MOfDAN. PmUrnt. U.f. itOXDAN. Snnurr 4 F.V. StSSON. Tnmnt. k , , , , - ' ARIZONA ! LUMBER AND TIMBER ! Mtnuficturert of i ! Native Pine Lumber, ji ; Props, Stnlls, Boxes. Lath, ; I ; Pfllnr, Shingles, ; Tfess Lagging. Sash and Doors. ; : f Flagstaff, Arizona, : BMBBMHiBliBMtriBlatt'iliWflMWIi I - V- IB i '(
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 July 1899
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. ROtilNSON, Assistant Cashier. M; M J M WINSLOW BRICK T KENNEDY fif 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, DtALCK IH FINE. WINES, WHISKIES LIQUORS-CIGARS Quietest place in town. No gambling allowed. Family Trade Solicited. i V - y
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 July 1899
1 4 i Oje Coconino Sun. itB Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, JULY 29, 1899. No. 27 "U jS THE MOOUI SNAKE DANCE Not a Safe Place for Visitor Thi Year Danger From Small'Pox Still Exiil. The annual snake or ruin dunce of the Moqul Indians will not be tlio utTuir this year that it has lieen in the past. The ravages of the small-pox during winter months made sad the heart of the Moqul, and tho Tucsayan provinces are still mourning the loss of many of the most prominent of their "snake men." It is said by those familiar with tho tribe that the number of deaths since February 1st exceed U00. Tho ravages of the disease was the greatest at the towns of Wolpi and Ml-shong-wa, and the deaths were so numerous that the bodies of the dead could not be buried and they were thrown in a crevice in tho rocks near tho villages. The In dians expected to give them burial after the passage of the scourge. The crevice being narrow and about fifty feet deep, it is not known how the bod ies were to be recovered. And th...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. I 1 i 1 conducted in such an elaborate manner as in the pa I. Notwithstanding the fact that it will Iw dangerous to visit the village of Wolpl, and those adjoining, it is prob able there will bo a large number of visitors who will tako the risk of tak ing the small-pox and conveying it to their homes, rather than miss this weird Moqul ceremony. Although it is considerable mouoy in the hands of the people of northern Arizona to have tlio visitors to the snake dance, the suggestion U made to those who are intending to visit the Moqul villages in August this year that it would bo safer for them to de fer their visit until another year. A Night of Terror. Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General ISurnhum of Mi chats, Me., when the doctors said she could not live till morning, writes Mrs. S. H. Lincoln, who attended her that fearful night. All thought she must soon die of Pneumonia, but she begged for Dr. King's New Discovery, saying It had moro than on...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUN LOS ANGELES DYEING CO,, S. GREENGART, Proprietor. l TERRITORIAL NEWS. VWWVSAWVVW Win. Knsor was arrested lust week neap SalTord charged with tho murder of James IX. Lai-sater at that place sev eral weeks ago. Tlii! Solomoiivillc Bulletin in its last issue scores tho Spenazuma mining fraud, and District Attorney Jones of Graham county is trying to secure evi dence to convict some of Spcnazuma people of fraud. The shipments of melons and cante lopes to both local and distant points continue heavy, hut will practically ccose for the season within a week. The watermelon crop this season was light, but the demand was great. Tho supply has been more consistent with the demand than ever bo fore. Phoenix Republican. A man named Progue was bitten by a skunk last week near Jerome. The vlscious animal sunk eight of its teeth through the mail's noo and he choked it to death, but its jaws had to bo pried open before its bold on tho nose was released. A purso was raised in Jci or...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 July 1899
aSS&SSOKisemuiAimam THB COCONINO SUN. A dividend of $15,000 has just been declared by the Grand Canal Co. of Phoenix, being the first dividend ever declared on canal stock In the valley. The Journal-Miner says: Miss Agnes Conlou has returned from u visit to frionds in Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon, and speaks handsomely of the hospitality of the people of tho skylight city. Hon. Frank Doster, chief justice of the supreme court of Kansas, and Howell Jones, a director of the Santa Fe railroad, were visitors to Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon this week. Mr. George H. Cook has purchased tho stock of goods of tho H. A. Zechen dorf Jewelry company at. Tucson. Mr. Cook has fine stores in Prescott and Phoenix and proposes to hnve one equally as tine in Tucson Republican. Hurt Mossman, superintendent of the Aztec Land and Cattlo company, spent two or three days In Winslow the first, part of the week, seeing to tho ship ment of 1,100 head of cattle to Kansas and Colorado pastures. Winslow...