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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898
BSK&sXB&ffiZW 3WU ntff-iff fgyMfflWg5&iPlM5!8HBS55 3cgjattgajnwgBgiijBwgajMBw J1 Tin: cocoxixo sux. Washington's BlrthJay. Arrangements are now being made for a grand celebration at I'IhciiIx on Washington's birthday, February :!. During the day appropriate- ceremonies commemorative of the deeds of the Father of Ids country will be held at the uxccutlvu chambers, after which a .grand ball will be given at the Hotel Adams. It Is expected that reduced rates for the occasion will be obtained from the railroad'). To thi Voters of Flacstaff. In announcing myself as a candidate for city clerk expecting to be shut out In the race, 1 would be pleased to know where I stand. If you think I can do your work properly vote for me. Should you think mi; incompetent snow me under Induce your friends .vlio are uuaciialnted with mo to vote for the lotlicr fellow. I am awaiting your pleasure. J. M. SiMi-ov. Announcement. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the otlice of supervisor...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898
BWhWM ! THK COCOXIXO SUX. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. Know All Men by Thee Present: That we, tho underslirned, u. 11. Lyons, C. K. Lyons and II. 11. Wolcott, till of unlcairo, cook eouniy, Illinois, do hereby associate ourselves together as a boily corporate In accordance with the pro visions of Title 12, Chaper .', of the Hevlsed Statutes of the Territory of Arizona, and do hereby declare and set forth the follow Inir arti cles of Incorporation: AKTICI.K I. The names of the corporators are D. II. Lyons, C. K. Lyons and II. (J. Wolcott: the name of the corporation Is the IirEilAl.MlxiMl Company, and Its principal place of transacting business is Williams, Arizona, though It may hae branch ofllces In other cities and states. AKTICI.K II. The trcneral nature of the business propostil to be transacted Is contained In the following powers of the corporation. towll: To bond, lease, purchase and sell, or in any lawful man ner whatsoeier to acquire real estate, minim; property, mineral or t...
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898
t L Till: COCONINO SUN. , C MILLIGAN, MANUMCTuncR or Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER . Estimates Made oa any kind of Stone or Brick Work. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, Flagstaff Precinct. B. HOCK, Stationery News Stand, FINE CIGARS, Domestic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectioner). RAILROAD AVENUE. Flagstaff Stenographic Institute. Stenofraphy an! Typewriting at Short Notice. Finest Work. Moderate Rates. Law work a Specialty. BABBITT BUILDING, FLAGSTAFF, A. T. James P. McGovern. Instructor. Munson's Famous System of Shorthand Taught by New Methods. Sitislicthn GuMBtced. Fire Yeut Prtctktl Experience. TERMS: $15.00 per quarter, in adiance. Collections Made lo all Parts of Arizona. Affidavits. ' Aireements. Bonds, Deeds. Leases, Morttaies, Wills and Lei al capers of all kinds carefully drawn. NOTARY PUBLIC. TELEPHONE NO. 35. woajCTHMitiM
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 February 1898
LJMbSS if ft 0 ft 0 0 0 0 ft ft 0 0 iti- ft 'T 4- m fci5iitfaiQ Till-: COCONINO SUN. te. Vi 0?e... (Coconino Sun. I Published at Flagstaff, Arizona, Every Saturday The Sun will appear in Magazine form each week. It will contain Illustrations of a - local character each issue. It will gather the news of Coconino County and the Territory, r. - SUBSCRIPTION PRICE,, C" rrn per year, v9vJU STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. . CM. FUNSTON, lf w .:. aq -ot ' f? Publisher. ?T z r J l I . 0 it ffi, j& iki iti & ft to ii fc ft 0 ft 0 0 ft ft itt a i
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
r fatt-..- -.,.,. ...T,:.., erts-TcaKAstsfr-?? Cfye Coconino Sun. Vol.. XV. FLAGSTAFF, FBHKUAKY 12, ISO'S. 7. A. tlOKDAN. Muuttr. U. J. JflOJtDAN. Stcrtutf. F. V. SISSON. TnMurcr. THE Arizona Lumber and Timber Co. Manufacturer-" ami IX'iilem In ...PINE LUMBER... SURFACED MATCHED AND GROOVED, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Rustic, Mouldings, Shingles, &J. Lath, Boxes. Sash and Doors, Bridge and Mining Timbers, Piling, Stulls, Props, Lagging, SAWED. CROSS-TIES I HEWN. Flagstaff,. 2C 2 Arizona; i'j .y Mjaaag amjtf!lfUMMwBwi No. :i. Ml
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
V. -. Till: COCONINO sux. v . ', J 1 ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. Interest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits. Drafts Sold Upon ail For eign Countries. We have an extensive Patronage and Correspondence through-' out Arizona, and invite your Banking Business upon Liberal and Conservative terms. B. N. FREEMAN, President. T. E. POLLOCK, Vicc'Pzcsiden t. 4- MACHINISTS and MENDERS of any old thing.' SYKliS I1I.OCK. HOXWORTH & FRKEDLEIN Am Mill In tlu liuHim-PM of Tinning i Plumbing Tin Roofing a Specialty. All kinds of Tinworlc and Plumbing done in a first class manner. Work from along the line of the Santa Fc Pacific Railroad Solicited ,t FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA. ?i Vc .-. - . t i Flagstaff, Arizona. k
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
9rm mL ' m v.i Some Interesting Facts About the Public Schools-The Schools Will Have Funds Sufficient for All Purposes this Year. TIIK rocON'ixo SUX. OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS. aro "--i" ' !l ' 'f "hl?.x runs through thu center of tho build- iujr both wu.s. The second Moor THEIR GROWTH AND PROGRESS, has two schoolroom' of thesatno dlmen- sions as those on the llrst lloor, and a uhuH!l or assembly hall 2(1 feet i Inches wide and 77 feet long, mid from floor to celling it is 15 feet. The hall has a convenient stao and is used for sc!i(H)l entoitalnii.cntrf and as an assebl) lull for tin' entire school. The exterior of The early history of the public school t,lu lmll,li" I"'"'"1 M,li1 ,M,d ilt" of Flagstaff Is but a memory of the first tractive appearance. settlers of the town, and from one of Tho building was completed in lftU... them the information is gleaned that l'1 timu to "' ' in , the first school here was taught bv and three rooms wore used, but by the Mrs. .1. A. Marshall. The sehoo...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
I pr.avjm.wwwrt A MWaBSftffiXtfKAMeHHKl THK COCONINO SUN. teaching her second jeur. Mrs. 15. C. Olney is the teacher of the primary department, and Iihh successfully tilled this po-dtion for live years. l'Yoni the rejxirt of the county school superintendent we learn that the schools of the county for the . car 1K07 have shown an increase in attendance, and there seems to Ihj more, interest taken in them by the lwoplo in general. In a general way perfect harmony pre vails !ctwecn patrons and teachers, a feature necessary to the successful run ning of our schools. The board of supervisors arrived at a wise conclusion when they raised the school rate from III U 4."i cents on the hundred, for under the raise we will Ihj able to liavu longer terms of school than formurly, and liesides will have funds on hand for the beginning of the next school jear, and it will enable the trustees to make improvements where necessary. The financial condition of the dilTcient di-ti'icls is very sitlsfac ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
V " MJfffmmillln 1 "nwkaocHuwWKMaiatxi MieTiaKffaaKiTKTsn t r 0 V and tlo not cato whether school or not, und if they TUB COCONINO SUN. they go to at the instep. A tramp saw the acol- ii..iit uud informed siierin hi, !, Lellt tho class where thev think they Iwlong, who had the injured nun u -it has a bad effect on tho good work to hotel. Dr. Drvden of irodow was be expected of tho other members of sent for and in a short time he in rived tho class. It makes the woik moio by special engine. The doctor pro dltHcult for tho teacher and does the nounced the injurtes serious and found scholar an- injustice. Parents cannot that a contusion of the head was the afford to overlook these facts in justness imt daugerous and probably a fatal to their children and to the school. injur . The doctor placed the patient Patrons should bear In mind that the dur the inlluence of ether and umpu appropriations of school money is based tatod the injured limbs, but ho never on tho average dally attendance...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
s&.K'wssiffimxsimMjE ''af'rvrrmrP k TIIK COCONJXO SUN. ,,;?-?', r Amusement Notes. Tonight the Flagstaff Dramatic cir cle will occupy the stage at Babbitts opera house, presenting the "Gilded Fool." On Monday night of next week the Kdna Paige Comedy company will ojen at the opera house with the "Big Bonanza Mine," to be followed on Tues day night by the "Regular Fix:" Wednemluy night, "Hazel Kirke:" Thursday night, the "Gentleman in Hags;" Friday night, "Dora, or Driven from Home:" cloning on Saturday night with specialties. This company will give liotween the acts vitaseopo scenes. Among the pictures shown will Ihj the Fitzsimmons-Corliett prize fight, four teen rounds: Spanish bull fight, morn ing bath, black diamond express, statue of Liberty, Turkish dancers, chicken fight, )olIce patrol. Monday night, the 21st, the Wood men give a grand masquerade ball in the oera house. On Washington's birthday the ladies of the M. K. church will give a colouI.il concert, followed by a sup...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
TyUiWBiSMEailllJiMHi I THK COCONINO SUN. Mihs Frances Allen, who prior to her death was a teaeher of the Big Sandy school, died at Kinsman on Monday of hint week. Her remain wen; shipicd to San Diego, C'al., for burial. Navajo county's assessed valuation Insing only $1,072,000, Its supervisors have deelared it to be a county of the. TERRITORIAL NEWS. NhhAAAAAA Fowler Bros, of I'hu'iiix shipped a earload of cauliflower to Chicago this week. Albert II. Trainor, a capitalist from nft i ela-s and flxed salaries accord- Detroit, Mich., died in Phu-nlx on the higl.. The sheriff gets S.VW per j ear. 4th lnst Mi-s. Julia Douglas of Phu-nlx, has A. H. Wilde, a pioueer of Cochise instituted Htiit in Pho-nix for CfyXKI county, died at his home in St. David damages for receiving a broken leg on February 2, aged (iS jcars. fmm tl,e upsetting of a stage between Governor MeCord lately appointed Castle Creel, hot springs and the rail- C, O. Anderson of Navajo county and road. Walter G. Scott of Apa...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmms. 2S6Z T1IK COCONINO SUN. I kit) Hughes, ill) old time Arizona miner, returned last week to Vuma from Klondike. Ho nays thu frozen north i all right for a man with plenty of money to jiay the enormous expenses of prospecting and developing mines, but that the wage earner and mv pros pector in a great deal Iwtter off in the land of perictiial sunshine. He nays that the pay dirt wast all located when he left there in Novemlnir and unless new flndn are made the many people now rushing to the new Kldorado will lie disappointed. The "Station Grounds." The Santa Fe l'auific railroad claims under its charter a strip of land one mile long 301) feet on each sidu of it track at all stations for station purposes. At the majority of stations along their line hut little of thin ground in used by them, and in many instances .stores and dwellings have been erected within the limits claimed by thu railroad com pany. It is the case in Flagstaff. Last year the railroad had survey ma...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
ffi2a3i w '. J THIC COCONINO SU.V. he (Coconino Own. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. Issued every Satunf.iy. Subscription price, two dollars anil Ilfty cents a year. In niltanep. Every paper Is stopped at the expiration of the time paid (or. C M. FUNSTON, Editor. FLAGSTAFF, FEBUUAKY 12, 18113. South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennes see, Texas, Vermont, Wyoming nml Wisconsin. Tlio Enterprise is thu latent venture In the Phupnix Held of journalism. It Is a six-column weeMy, edited by S. .T. Darby and is Democratic in iollties. The gQvernment ha.s decided to pay off the llrst Hen on the Kansas Pacific railroad and to ask for postponement of the nalo. No date has been fixed to which It was asked that the sale be lostioned, that matter being indefinite as yet. For the temporary relief of the unem ployed during seasons of industrial dis tress the Belgian government has adopted a plan which provides for feed ing, lodging and clothing the unem ployed In return for work upon the streets, the garbage i1iiu...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
SEtiiilaa3a I t THK COCONINO SUN. scheme has lieen trietl by the Kstmas Usr general of Great Britain and Ire land with (jreat success. The Henatu discussed the Hawaiian annexation question this week, but made no disposition of it. The bill allowing the territory of Arizona to issue ImmkIs for the building of a capitol at Phunix lias passed the house. It Is expected that the senate will pas the bill in a few week, and in time the territory will have a suiu blo building for the ti-msaution of its public business and Phiinic will lw permanently made the capital. Hubert K. Morrison of Prescott was appointed United States attorney for Ariona on Tuesday. The appointment has been existed ever since the ex piration of the term of olllee of K. K. Klllnvvood, whieh was el;lit months ajjo. Thk Sun emjfratulates Mr. Mor rison upon his upjwlntment and trusts that the eonllnuation will not Ik' Ion;,' delayed. The British steamer Majestie lias iK-eti chartered to carry twenty two locomotives and a...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
TI1K COCON'hNO si;. BRIEF LOCALS. t 'iwwwvwwwwwwvwvS Work has boon resumed on tho new post oftico this week. The town ulection will Ikj hold on Monday, April 4, seven weeks from next Monday. Oraibi Trllw Xo. 8, I. O. 11. M., have postponed their weekly council until Saturduy, February 1!). Sleighs have given place to wheels again. In other word), the snow is about gone from our streets. The school trustees of Fredonia dis trict are muklng arrangements to build a new school house this summer. Attorney McGovern Is totalling the Catholic school this week, the regular incumbent. Mr. Flynn, lieing slightly indisposed. The Browning Bros, have repapered their barber shop, and it has added much to the attractive appearance of this popular shop. Thomas Dob?on was brought to the county jail Thursday from Williams and will have to remain within Its walls for twenty-flvo days. A. P. Maglnnls of Los Angeles has been upjioinicd claim agent of the Santa Fe Pacific railroad, his apinilut itient to ...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
): THi: COCOX1XO SIJX. The quarterly conference of the Methodist church will mj held tonight ut the parsonage. According to the rexrt of the live stock .nan 1 tar) commission, recently Issued, Flagstaff shipped lust year -J,!IU head of cuttle and slaughtered "IS. Williams Hhipied i-(M head and slaughtered l,UV. The burning out of a chimney at the jail Thursday forenoon fiightened the prisoners, who thought they would le cremated, and caused the (lie alarm to Iki sounded, and for a few minutes the sleepy citizens of FlagstalT were fully awake. James A. 11 ton, a brother of X. G. Lay ton. prolute judge of this count, has been apointed and con!lrmed as register of the land office at Monti ose, Colo.' Mr. 1-1 ton is one of the few Colorado Hepublicatis who stud: to the St. Utuw platform. M. 1'. Hayes, claim agent of the Santa Fe Pacillo railroad, was in town Thur-day collecting water rents. It is probable that Mr. Hayes will lie trans ferred to another department of the railroad service...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
MBfef5!S3f ;yifjw4iat-iira i i .-,. thk cocoNiNo sun. T ho muss mooting culled for tonight 15. O. Kendall, nn insurance adjuster, liiM lieon iKMtimned until some night It "ere adjusting the Kutnsoy lire loss. next week, of which due. announcement c'. II. Puncher of the Santa Fe I'uclllj: will bo made. land department, was In town several Mrs. Nuthuniel Greenleaf, while das this week, walking ueits the jnnl ut her rest- ,j, Goodlander, the well known deneo, slipped und fell, breaking the representative of Meyer Bros., St. bono in her right ankle. The injury Louis, was in town yesterday, will keep her confined to her room for Vwf , CwlU Wllsson, who has been several weeks. dangerously 111. is now repined us Hov. S. A. Thompson, the new super- i,0in ()n the road to recovery, intendent of missions of the M. K. Kilri Sder, attorney for the Santa ciiureii 111 Arizona, mis oeeii 111 luwn Fo PucilU;, with headquarters in Albu several days this week, making the acquaintance of Plug-stuff peo...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
tiBBeeBiktimsssimM&jasamts&fi p V: THK COCONINO SUN. "A Gilded Fool." Tonight will witness the prduotlon or thin famous comedy by the Flagstaff Dramatic circle. All preparations lmve leen completed, thu rehearsals have ceased and tho plajers are resting up for the grand final effort. The sale of seats has no far leen very satisfactory, and those who have neglected to pro vide themselves with tickets should do so without delay, and thus avoid the trouble and confusion of the evening's crowd and insure themselves a choice seat, lesorved scats on sale at the Flagstaff Cash Store, wheie the ch.trt may Iks seen. The following is the c.f-t: Matthew Iiuthven. . .T. K. I'ollutk llannlstpr Stninitf L. W. Quintan Iiuthven & Co., Hankers and llrokcri. Jack Dural, tnanaxer of the Philadelphia branch of Iiuthven A Co. J. O. Verkamp "llcv." Jacob Howell, who ilnlms to be In terested liforvlini ml-clons. IX A. Sllkcr UeTcyster Ituthten. Ituthtcn'H son J. M. Dohonej I'erkln i, valet to ...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
i$mm&m$M ST ! i j jj OUR LEGAL NOTES. J j vwwwvvvwvvwwwvvwy THK COCONINO SUN. Can a Mexican bo naturalized';' This interesting question, strange to relate, seems never to have been determined until the recent ease of Ho Hoderiqiics, 81 Fed. Rep., 337. In thin case Judge Maxey decides that "whatever may bo the status of the applicant viewed solely from the standpoint of the eth nologist, he in embraced within the spirit and Intent of our laws ujion nat uralization. Under See. 21(U, U. S. Hov. Stats., providing that only "free white ihji sons" (except those of African nativity or African descent) are entitled to nat uralization, a Japanese was denied the right In He Sato, S2 Fed. Hep.. 121; the same was decided us to a native of Brit ish Columbia of half Indian blood In He Cumllle, (I Fed. Hep., 2.VI; and a dark jollow native of Hurmah was rojected In Re San C. Po, 7 Misc. (N. Y.), 471. I think Judge Maxey's decision, how ever, Is the first which extends the meaning of tho words t...