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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Jk I W. S. Scott, probate judge of Mari copa county, died in Phoenix on Fri day litHt. Five of Eiuin Ciioney'8 children were poisoned on the l!)tli Inst, tit Concho by eating toad stools which they sup posed were mushrooms. Those present succeeded in Having tlieir lives by the prompt administering of salt, oil, elc, as antidotes. St. Johns Herald. A gentleman who has just returned from thu Cataract creek country speaks of the Inroads being made by nature there on the lauds of thuSupai Indians. During the past ten years about one third of the lands uhieh they have been farming has turned to stone. The work is very noticeable to unyono vis iting the place. The water is highly charged with lime and the work of transforming the soil into limestone is silently going on all the time, until lis staled, about one-third of the land formerly farmed by them has been turned into limestone. Journal-Miner. Friday the Consolidated National bank of Tucson had transferred from Bost...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Hc (Koconitta gmt. Entered In tho Postofllce at FlaRstalt as second class matter. Issued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars a year, In advance. Kvery paper Is stopped at the expiration of the time paid for C M. FUNSTON, Editor. Flagstaff. Saturday, July 29, '99. Some of Roosevelt's friends (lustre that ho Bliull become a presidential candidate, but Roosevelt sajs that McKlnloy will bo the nominee of tho Republican party, and the nominee of that party will bo elected. THE Canadians refine to do anything ubout tho boundary line between Al aska and Canada, and Sir William Laurier, tho Canadian' premier, says that tho only way out of tho trouble is to arbitrate or light. There is another way. Canada might back down. It is paid that John Dunbar is nego tiating for the purchase of tho Tucson daily Citizen, and mako a real live dally out of it. Since Herbert Hrown severed his connection with tho Citi zen it has been in poor health, and law not displayed much ...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. ) WRECKS ON SANTA FE PACIFIC. Engineer Baird Killed in a Collision at Angel. On Sunday morning the fourth sec tion of u freight train ran into the third section i't Angel, u station twenty - two miles east of here, badly wrecking one engine, piling up the caboose and several cars of the third section, and killing Engineer Baird of the fourth section. The fire man jumped, escajing with a few bruises. On the same day a 5anta Fo Pacific freight train was wrecked near the the east end of the switch at McLell and, a siding on tin, mountain side, nlny miles west of Williams. Twelve cars were thrown info the ditoh, six of which were loaded with oil tanks of the Union Tank lino, three caraof nails und one car of canned goods. One brakeman was slightly Injured. The wreck was ciuweil by a bioken car wheel. The track was blockaded for ten horn's. Wool Growers Meeting, The wool growers of Coconino county and districts West and South of Coco nino, will meet at tlio Court, house...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 July 1899
HJtWWHUAiiMM THE COCONINO SUN. JVWVWWVWVWWWWWW I BRIEF LOCALS. cvwwvwvvwvvvwvwvwv' Saturday, July 29, 1899. Mrs. J. L. Treat is visiting friends in Williams this week. All the fresh fruit of the season on sale at the Second Hand Store. Mrs. Kathr.vn Edwards will upend a month In Southern California. A largo selection of novels, paper eovered, nt the Second Hand Store. D. L. Cunningham, the Williams at torney, was In town yesterday. The Second Hand store will buy and sell any thing that can be bought or sold. Chas. A. Clark, who has boon on a trip through the territory, returned Monday. E. V. Howell left Thursday foo Dom ing, N. M., to. see his father, who is seriously ill. For sale Two gentle burros broke to ride, drive or pack. Apply to John Chlsholm at stone quarry. Miss Carrie Portz of Alluntown, Pa., arrived Wednesday, on a visit to her brother, DivC. P. Portz. Jos. Campbell, a prominent Phoenix attorney, is in town for a few days. He Is accompanied by his wife. A.D. Allison, wh...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 July 1899
Jtf P, R, W E A T H E R F O R D & C 0, Or ft it lb 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 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, Boots and Shoes, Queenswarc and all goods at the cut prices. $1 00 00 00 00 00 00 1 00 10 35 30 Hats, same THE ENTIRE FIRST FLOOR IS NOW OCCUPIED BY US. Increase in Business Calls for More Room. MERCHANDISE ft ft m ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft m ft ft ($ ft ft m ft ft m ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 5T, H nW
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUN Mrs. J. K. .Tone Is visiting relatives In Prescott this week. Camping outfits can be had at low prices at the Second Hand Store. H. C. Yeagor of Phoenix spent a few days here this week. A fine selection of Jewelry at low price at the Second Hand Store. Miss Winifred Gould of Prescott is the guest of Mrs. Carrie Austin this week. L. D. Yeager returned Monday from a trip to St. LouU, Chicago and Denver. The Second Hand Store In Its new location has added largely to its va ried slock. Mrs. Jumes Twiggs left Tuesday for Cuba, Mo., on a month's visit to her former home. Mrs. A. W. Samson of Ked Unite, Cal., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. M. Hutledge. StreetSupervlsor Mayflower Is grad ing Loroux street between Uailroad and Aspen avenue's. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kennedy Is very sick with In Uaramatlou of the bowels. George Hox worth, who has been for the past two weeks enjoying himself In Los Angeles, came homo on Sunday. P. W. Smith of Sollgman has ...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 July 1899
TUB COCONINO SUN. , Shirley Christy of Phoenix registered -, at the Now Hunk hotel. II. A. Dcrtrand of Albuquerque Ih hero for the purpose of organizing a council of tho Ainerlcun Home, a fra ternal insurance lodge. II. II. Marine has leased the west More of the Donahue Mock, and will open a gents' furnishing store. Mr. Marine expects to have his store open by August 2d. A. H. Rich and .1. M. Rucck of Los Angeles are in town. They have re cently published a 70-pago paper en titled "Arizona and Its Resources," which was printed by tho Times-Mirror company. Mr. Loglo is not expected to return to town this week, therefore there will be no services In the Pi'csbyteriau cnurch next Sunday. Sunday school and Y. P. S. C. K. will meet a's usual. ,1 On August Oth all tho regular services will bo held, communion service in tho morning. Mrs. Stein has left for the East, and will return about Sept. IB with a lino of the best and latest styles of ladies' tailor-made suits, silk waists and nil ki...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 July 1899
II a THfi COCONINO SUN. I INTEREST TO SHEEP MEN. They Mul Obtain Permit! to Range in the Foreit Reserves Divition of Range Led With Sheep Men. It was recently decided by the com mlsslonerof tho general lundolllco that sheep would bo allowed to graze on tlje Sun FranclNCo mountains and the Grand Canyon reserves with the fol lowing restrictions: On the San Francisco reserve they are allowed to graze upon all parts except the eight mest western town ships, viz: Townships li), 20, 21 and 22, north, ranges 1 and 2 east. The number of sheep allowed to graze upon tho reserve will bo somewhat reduced from tho nuinbergrazed on the reserve last year, and allowed to graze from April 1st to December 1st. It will bo necessary for ouch individual wishing to run sheep on tho reserve to immedi ately (Ho an application for the terri tory in which lie desires to run sheep, otherwise lie will bo excluded from tho reservation. On tho Grand Canyon reservation it has been decided that a limited num ber o...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Mrs. E. E Patterson Drowned. , Friday afternoon of last week, E. L. Patterson, one of the proprietors of the Btxby & 1'atterson sheep ranch, ac companied by his wife, were on their way to their ranch south of Ash Fork. Arriving within a few miles of their destination, they were compelled to ford a branch of Chi no creek, usually a very narrow and shallow mountain stream, but owing to recent heavy rains, very deep and swift at present. Reaching midstream tho horses be came unmanageable and the frightened occupant jumped into the torrent. Before anyone could come to her as sistance the current rapidly carried Mrs. Patterson into the main stream a few rods below. Again and again the frantic husband rushed Into tho water vainly endeavoring to reach his wife's side. Her body was finally recovered some distance down tho stream, and taken to the ranch., Mrs. Patterson was ubout thirty years old and spent last summer here, making many friends who will regret to learn o...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 July 1899
TUB COCONIMO SUN. ri ?9 Low Rates to the Seashore. Tlio Santa Fo Itoutu will soil cheap excursion tickets to L(v Angeles, Sun Diego, Hedondo Beach, or Santa Monica on the following dates: .July 1, 12, 22 and 20; August 5, I), ID, 2(1 and 30. Th,oro will be a big crowd at tho seashore this year, especially during July and Au gust when the N. E. A. people are there. Sun Diego has many attractions "S of bav und ocean, aa well as man A places of interest on land. In July thoy will have a big festival at Tla Juuna, that quaint little Mexican border town. The Governor of Lower California and staff will bo there and his olllcial baud wl.h brass buttons, gold lace and music. Tho programme will consist of a barbecue, bull light und Spanish game. DON'T PURCHASE A READY-MADE SUIT AVhich is made and il til shed by machinery with hundicds of others of the same stjlo and pattern. Have some Individuality about jour attite! I can give .Mm a perfect fitting suit, made fiom the fine-t dome-lie or imp...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 July 1899
Si J THE COCONINO SUN. :i fe LODGE DIRECTORY. RAIBI TRIUE, NO. 8. 1. O. It M. Meets on Sleep of 6th Sun. Each 7 Suns at 7 Buns, 30 llreaths. Wigwam, corner Railroad avenue aad Leroux turret. Visiting tribe mem bers welcome. F. M. IUOWNINO, Sachem. J. M. SIMPSON. C of R. I'.. KI.1E C of W. M OUNTAIN LODOE, NO. 15, K. OP P. MeetsMasonlo In Hall every Wednesday night. Visiting mights are cordially Invited to attend. Lodih SPKIUR, U. a a A. Bush, IC of R. and S. fOHUT COCONINO, NO. KM. INDEPEND '"' KNT OltDKK OK rORESTEHS. Meets Tuesday nights In Masonic Hall. Visit ing members Invited to attend the Court meet Iwr. F. L. Heal, C. It. Locis Spiers. Kecordcr. pLAOSTAFF LODOE. NO. 13, A. O. U. W. Meets eiery Thursday night In Masonic Hall. Visiting members Invited to attend. T. A. KICKED, M. W. C. M. Fonston, Kecordcr. f PLAGSTAFF LODGE NO. 7. K. & A. M. Regular meeting, on first Saturday of each month at F. and A. M. Hall, over City Hall. ) Mtlmt brethren Invited to attend uh. E. S. M...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 29 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES Outstanding Assurance December 31, 1808...$ 987,157,131- 00 Assurance applied for in 1898 198,362,017 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 51 Assurance fund $198,898,259 00 All Other liabilities 2,160,550 27 201,058,809 27 Surplus 57,310,189 27 IWd toticy 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. ,j i
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THE COCONINO SUN ,gantaFePa,R, R, Co, Condensed Time Card No. 7. In effect Juno 4. 1899. WEST. KA8T. STATIONS. No. 1. No. 2. 10 00 p. Lv Chicago Ar 9 00 p. 10 SO a. .....Kansas City 7 00 a. 3 30 0. ... Denver ... 5 00 p. 4 25 a. .....La Junta ... .. 1150 a. V 05 p. ., Albuquerque ..... 10 25 p. J 23 a. . Wlngatc Lv 5 37 p. ! ..Gallup.. 515 p. 5 47 a Holbrook , 1 35 p. 7 05 a. .. Wlnslow . 1235 p. 9 28 a. , Flagstaff ..... 10 37 a. II 12 a. Williams 15 a. 12 30 p. Ar AKh Fork Lv 755 a. 12 35 p. Lv Ash Fork .. Ar 5 40 a. 227 p. Ar .JeromoJc Lv 3 42 a. 3 10 p. Prescott . .. 2 55 a. 045 p Congress Jo 1117 a. 20 p. Ar- .. Phoenix ... Lv 8 30 p. I230 p. Lv Ash Fork Ar 7 35 a. 2 10 p. ...Peach Springs .......Lv 3 45 a. 3 45 p. Klnmnan... . 12 50 a. 6 45 p. Tho Needles. 9 55 p. 7.13 p Hlake ...... 8 45 p. 30 p. . .. Bagdad 0 15 p. 12 !K a . . Daggett ... 3 55 p. 12 55 a. llarstow 3 33 p. 1 55 a. .... Kramer . 12 10 p. 3 53 a. . Mojave 10 10 a. 8 28 a. Ar... ..Los Angeles ... 9 50 a. I 05 p ...
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 August 1899
M-.l Vl J Ooconino Sun. hi T Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, AUGUST 12, 1899. i T. A. flOfDAN. PrnUcni. " M J. WOMAN. Secrturr i i r F.V. SISSON. Trtmrrt. ARIZONA LUMBER AND TIMBER COMPANY, 1 C Manufacturers of v J Boxes, Lath, Shingles, " Sash and Doors. Native Pine Lumber, Props, Stulls, Piling, Ties, Lagging. Flagstaff, Arizona, .i i No. 29. 1 l' I $
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THE COCONINO SUN. ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, A 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. !6 .. . V "'J- W to WINSLOW BRIGK KENNEDY & From a Single Brick To a Train Load For Prices and Information. Address M. J. KENNEDY. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA. fuQUOR STORE 1 JULIUS AUBINEAU. I DIUIR IN e I WINES, WHISKIES LIQUORS-dCIGARS i Qulctctt plice in town. J No gambling allowed, y Family Trade Solicited. 7 V gftmMffljwrj m
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Cfye Coconino Sun. Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, AUGUST 12, 1809. No. 29 v.'' NEW MEXICO FAIR. Some of the Great Eventi to Come Oil in Albuquerque. At tho approaching carnival and street fair, to bo held in Albuquerqe September 19 and continuing live days, u lurge plat of level ground, almost In the center of the city, has been secured for a series of baseball gumes between clubs representing towns of New Mex ico and Arizona aud Kl I'.tso. and the Fair association announces to the clubs that are now arranging to compete for the liberal prize, divided into three purees, that nil professionals aie barri-d and that tho placing members must be bona tide residents of the towns they represent at least forty-tive days be fore the beginning of the tournament. The bar against piofesslouals holds good also in all running events, such as hiucle I aces, foot races, hose races, etc., for tliu executive co.nmiltee of the Fair association is determined to keep all moneys to be given for these events among ...
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THS COCONINO SUN. j: TERRITORIAL NEWS. J; There has been shipped from Apacho county this year 504,000 pounds of wool, valued ut $(50,000. Walter Talbot, a prominent citizen of Phoenix, him been appointed com missioner or immigration for Maricopa county under the provisions of the law passed by the last legislature. From a most reliable source the BIs beo Orb learns that the Copper Queen company is soon to begin thu work of build lug the proposed extension of their railroad to Nacosari. Mexico. There has been an abundant rainfall all over the county, in many sections the country has been flooded and the ranchers are jubilant over the outlook for fat cattle. Heretofore the seasou has been unusually dry. Mohave Miner, The Needles school house was to tally destroyed by lire Tuesday night. The building was valued In the neigh borhood of $22,000. Ills thought that the lire wa's the work of an inceudiary, as. the following night Monughau & Murphy's warehouse was burned down. Senator V....
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THE COCONINO SUN - It Is stated that the United Verde A mine has been explored by means of a diamond drill to n depth of 2,000 feet, and the drill core shows the continua tion of the ore body for the entire dis tance. The deepest workings at pres ent are only (UOO feet, although work is now in progress sinking another 100 feet, and when completed a level will bo opened at TOO feet. The total receipts of the Prescott land office for the fiscal year ended June .10, 180!), were 10,4l)!).27. Or this amount $12,5)40.04 were taken in from sales of public lands: $2,331.02 as fees and commissions and $1,251. 51 for tim ber trespass cases. The fees of the office have shown u very marked de crease since the setting aside of the forest reservations in August of last year. Journal-Miner. Hit Life Wat Saved. Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder ful deliverance from a frightful death. In telling of it, ho sajs: "I was taken with Typhoid Fever; that ran Into P...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 August 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. m H U M him i ARTICLES Of INCORPORATION OF THE FLAGSTAFF DRAINAGE AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. KNOW ALL MEN UY THESE PRESENTS; That we, the undersigned, for the purposo or forming a corporation, under and by virtue of , the laws of the Territory of Arizona, do here by sign and acknowledge tho following Articles I of Incorporation: AKTICLE I. The names of the corporators are George Uabbltt, D. J. Hranncn, James A. Vail. Julius Aublueau, E. S. Gosney, J. J. Donahue and T. E. Pulllam. ARTICLE II. The name of this corporation shall bo'"lbe Flagstaff Drainage and Improvement Com pany." and Its principal placo of transacting business shall be the Town of Flagstaff, In the J County of Coconino, Territory of Arizona. ARTICLE III. The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted is as follows, and the corpora tion shall be authorized: I. To construct, acquire, operate, mulntalii and own a sewerage sjstem In the Town of Flagstaff, dltohes, pipe lines, reservoirs and ...