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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 August 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Jt- same, and to 1111 all vacancies In the Board of 'Directors and In the officers of the corporation. Should tho Hoard of Directors be reduced below three In number the remaining Director or Directors may by appointment 1111 the va cancies until a meeting of the Htockholders. A majority of the Hoard hhall constitute u quorum. AKTIC1.K X. The prlvnte property of tho stockholders of tho corporation shall not In any event bo liable for the debts of tho corporation. AKTICI.K XI. Theso Articles of Incorporation mty be al tered and amended nt any regular meeting of the Htockholders or at any special meeting ex pressly called for fiat purposo by tho affirma tive oto of the holders of at leat two-thirds of the capital stock then Issued. IN WITNESS WIIEUEOF wo have hereunto set our hands, this fifth day of August, A. D. 1899, In triplicate. J. AUHINEAU, Gi:OKOE HAHIUTT. JAS. A. VAIf.. J. J. DONAHUE, D. SVlmANXEN, " E. S. GOSNEY. T. E. PULMAM. THIilHTOKY OF AIUZDN'A. , Coun...
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THE COCONINO SUN. Hc (Coctmiito mt. Entered In the Postolllce at Flagstaff ns second class matter. Issued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars a year, In advance. Kvcry paper U stopped at the expiration of the time paid for C M. FUNSTON, Editor. Flagstaff, Satukday, Ana. 12, '00. Flaostaff will be known In tho years to eorao us tho City of Schools. The Second Oregon volunteers, re cently returned from Manila, were mustered out at San Francisco on Monday. The vacancy on the Territorial Board of Equalization occasioned by tho death of E. A. Cutter lus been filled by the appointment by Governor Murphy of Michael Ohl of Graham county. Tho appointment is conceded to bo an excellent one. The Sunset Tolephoue company re cently acquired all the systems of Tuc son and tho llrst thing the company did was to raUe the rate to S4 per month. Tho Sunset at one time lorded it over Flagstaff, but a home concern was organized and the Sunset with drew for want of business. Flagstaff has an ...
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THE COCONINO SUN. Xa 'f . NORTHERN ARIZONA NORMAL. L The School Will Open on Monday, Sep. tember 11. WILL OPEN SEPTEMBER U, 1899. The Northern Arizona Normal School will open Its first term Monday, Sep tember 11. This was determined upon ut a meeting or thu Board of Education held in Flagstaff Wednesday evening. Prof. A. N. Taylor, late of Jamestown, N. Y., was present at the meeting, having arrived with his family on that morning's train. Principal and Di rectors aro now alike busy in thu large amount of work preparatory to opening the school. Though the main water pipe Is not yet In Flagstaff, work on ihe comple tion of thu building is now being ac tively pushed by the contractors, Men denhall & Button. The Director have added twenty-live feet to the width of Ellery street,ih Trontof the building, and along that thoroughfare have or dered the building of a broad stdewalk to connect with the sidewalk, to, be built by the city on Sitgreaves street. A substantial fence Is to be c...
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tWflBBltJBwauiwmi m SESSsamssasBS THE COCONINO SUN. dVWVWVWWWWWVWWWlJ BRIEF LOCALS. wwwvvwwvwvwwvwvS Saturday, August 12, 1899. Miss Mary C. Hyhmd of Chicago is ut tho Wcathcrford. A largo selection of novels, paper covered, at the Seeond Hand Store. How P. Dllly temporarily lias rooms In the Babbitt Block. A flue selection of Jewelry at low price at tho Second Hand Store. Dr. W. S. Robinson is spending a few days at Oak Creek. Camping outllts can be had at low prices at the Second Hand Store. Tho Second Hand store will buy and sell any tiling that can bu bought or sold. Born In Flagstaff on August 11, 1899, to tho wifo of J. C. Mudersbach, a son. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cogshall are occupying tho cottage at Lowell ob servatory. E. II. Stnalley, bookkeeper at the Greenlaw mills, G'larksvale, was in town yesterday. Unless you see them, you can have no idea of tho bargains in gloves at tho Now York Store. Miss Ada Greenleaf, who has been at Los Gatos, Cal., with tho Tolfree family, returne...
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mmmmmmm&mmmmmmmmmm w WE ARE THE ONLY . 4 merchants who handle n complete line of the celebrated MONARCH BRAND oty-annod foods, which .ira the purest and best obtainable. S ('4. 1,-ft . . ' 'tl "When ,ou want good goods, v " V' '" WE HAVE THEM " Y " When j oil want the prices, "'" " ' WE MAKE THEM When jtju want the quality, t.m WE KEEP IT WE INTEND TO ALWAYS FURNISH YOU WITH THE ' ' BEST GOODS .. AT CORRECT PRICES $ M fffi Wo .110 now closing out a full lino of S LADIES' LOW CUT SHOES m which should be seen to be appreciated S $ COME EARLY AND SECURE THE BEST SELECTION ffi P, R, WEATHERFORD & CO,, f W ' FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. (JTl w W & MS" w Hi w uto w Hi. &
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 August 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Prof. A. N. Taylor and wife or Jamestown, N. Y.j arrived Wednesday Professor Taylor Is the principal of the Northern Arizona Normal School and Is an old schoolmate of A. A. Dutton. The Ladies' Aid society of the M. E. church will hold an ice cream and ciiko social next Tuesday evening, August 15, at the residence of Mrs. George Hox worth. All are cordially invited. John Barry of Chloride, one of the large mine owners of Mohave county, is in town today. He reports that county as prosperous. The railroad is completed to Chloride, and it will give an impetus to mining In that vicinity. A. A. Fisher, agent of the Equitable Life Assurance Society, has furnished us with the fortieth anniversary num ber of the Equitable Record, which contains a history of that company during Its two score years of success In life Insurance. Ole Kyhn and W. Q. Slyker, two steady, Industrious employes of the Dennis Lumber company at Rhodes, are visiting the many points of Interest around Fl...
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a . District Court. An adjourned session of t ho District Court wiw held on Monday. There was but little business, tho most Im portant being the beurlntj of the ino tlon for n new trial in the ease of tlie Santa Fo Pucilic Kuilroad company vs. Arizona Cuttle company. II. S. Ste phens appeared for the railroad com pany and K. M. Doe for the cuttle com pany. A new trial wus granted by tho court. The cau wus tiled in April last und i he question involved was the value of the laiut on which the cinder pit, from which the railroad is taking cinders, is located. The Jury valued the pit at $7,001). In the case of Neill B. Field s. W. H. Ney el. al, judgment-was ordered in favor of plaintiff. ludjre Sloan leturned to I'rescott on .delayed No. 1 Monday. The regular term of District Court will be held on the third Monday in Sept e m her. . Volcanic Eruption. Are gram), hut Stln Kruptinns rob life of joy. Biicklen's Arnica Salve cures them; also Old, Kunniug and Fever Sores, Ulcers, Molls, Fel...
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ZXi3k!SSS!!SS THB COCONiNO SUN. i Ike Wheeler Injured. On Saturday evening while tho W. G. Nevln Hoso Company was making a practice run Ike Wheeler, who was with tho running team, fell and the four-wheeled cart, weighing 1000 pounds, ran over him. One wheel ran acros his elicit, breaking several ribs, the oilier passing across the lower part of the body. His injuries are internal und It Is fearul may prove fatal. He I Is at the residence of A. K. Fr.inkforter ) and at this writing theru has been no Improvement in his condition. Mr. Wheeler's mother came in from To pc'ku, Kansas, Wednesday. Baseball at Winslow. I An aggregation of balltossers com- j posed of a mixture of the Flagstaff ami Skylight nines went to Wlns'ow Sun day to cross bats with the Winslow boys. Tho gamo was Interesting in a way, as errors, hits, double pla.s and kicks were numerous. The result of tho game, after tho scorer had untangled himself, was found to be in favor of Winslow by a score of 20 to 25, but It was...
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Hj r THE COCONINO SUN. X h $20-CHILDREN-$20. Old and Young, Big and Little, Of whom In tlio church, Sabbath schools and everywhere, we sing this song and ask this question: Jesus when on earth sojourning Loved them with a wondrous lore; And will Ho to Heaven returning Faithful to his blessing prove! Among quotations from familiar Gospel ll.xmns are verses with the.se words: Precious promise Ood has iflven, etc 'Tls the promlso ot God, etc. Take the name of Jesus with you etc. Ulest be the tie that binds our hearts to Christ, etc. Unfold thy precepts to my mind And cleanse my blinded eyes tond thy prom ise, etc. Considering tho fact rhut 189!) years have passed away since Christ came t redeem us from the law which wo transgress in Ihe ten command men In given by his servant Moses and from which "once for all Christ lias made us free." Where la this promise, the token, tho sign, whereof many Scrip ture passages assert unconditionally'? "Ye are witnesses of iheso things," Jesus also sa...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 August 1899
ssmsmessmmssammsmsi THE COCONINO SUN. An Unparalleled Record THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES On its Fortieth Anniversary, July 20, 1899, had on Its books Outstanding Assurance for over a Billion Dollars $1,000,000,000 i which Is more thnn twice the amount accumulated by uny other compan;' In the world during 11 similar period of its history. Its Assets amount to over $270,000,000 which is more than twice the amount held by any other company in tho world on its Fortieth Anniversary. Its surplus amounts to over $60,000,000 which is also more than twice tho amount held by any other com pany at the end of its Fortieth Year. WALTER N. PARKHURST, General Manager New Mexico and Arizona Department, ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. A. A. FISHER, Resident Agent, - Flagstaff, Arizona.
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aati&iiu THE COCONINO SUN. X Low Rates to the Seathore. Thu Santa Fo Route will sell cheap excursion tickets to Los Angeles, San Diego, Iledondo Ueach, or Santa Monica on the following dates: .luly 1, 12, 22 and 2(i; August 5, 9, 19, 20 and 30. There will bo a big crowd at the seashore thin year, especially (luring July and Au gust when the N. E. A. people are there. San Diego has 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 Juana, that quaint little Mexican liorder town. The Governor of Lower California and staff will be there and his official band wi.h brass buttons, gold lace and music. The programme will consist of a barbecue, bull light and Spanish games. DON'T PURCHASE A READY-MADE SUIT Which Is made and finished 1 machinery with bundled of others of the same stvle and p.ittei n. Have some individuality about your attiiu! I can give you u perfect lining suit, made fiom the finest domestic or Imp...
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ffiWTOn--' i " THE COCONINO SUN LODGE DIRECTORY. , C M1LLIGAK o KAIW TRII1E. NO. 8. 1. O. R. M. Mpotn nn Sleen of 8th Sun. Each 7 Suns at 7 Runs, 30 Ilreaths. Wigwam, corner Railroad avenue and Leroux street. Visiting tribe mem bers welcome. F. M. Ukowninq, Sachem. J. M. Simpson, C. of R. E. HUE C. of W. M OONTAIN LODGE, NO. 15, K. OP P. Meets Masonic In Hall every Wednesday night. Visiting mights are cordially Invited to attend. Louis Speiiis, u. C. C. A. Bdsb, K. of R. and S. c OURT COCONINO, NO. 896, INDEPEND- INT OIIOEU Or rOBESTEHS. Meets Tuesday nights In Masonic Hall. Visit ing members Im Rod to attend the Court meet ing. P. L. Heal C. It. Louis Spieiu, Recorder. pLAQSTAPP LODGE, NO. 13, A. O. U. W. Meets every Thursday night In Masonic Hall. Visiting members Invited to attend. T. A. KICK ELM. W. C. M. Fcnston, Recorder. PLAQSTAFP LODGE NO. 7, P. & A. M. Regular meeting, on first Saturday of each month at P. and A. M. Hall, over City Hall. Visiting brethren Invited to att...
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THE COCO,INO SUN I jganta Fe Pa, R, R, Co Condensed Time Card No. 7. In effect June 4, 1899. 1230 210 3l 5 45 733 030 till.') 1253 155 .1KI -828. 103 6 43 STATIONS. Lv ..- Chlcairo . .. , .Kansas City .Denver. .. I,:i Junta.. Albuquerque Vlninttc. -Gallup. . Holbrook . WInslow Flagstaff . Williams . .Ar r.v I i 30 p. Ar - Ash Fork-. -Lv 12 35 p. Lv . Ash Fork ... . .Ar 2 27 p. Ar Jerome Jc . Lv 3 10 p. . Prescott 6 45 p. ComrressJc 9 20 p. Ar - l'hicnlx - - Lv Lv .... Ar Ash Fork . .Peach Springs . Klnvinan The Needles . llhike Ilagdad Daituctt . Harstow ... Kramer Mojavc Los Anm-lcs San Dieito San Francisco .....Ar Lv . . Lv No. 9 00 p. 700 a. A no p. 1 1 AO a. 1035 p. 5 37 p. 5 15 p. 135 p. 1235 p. 10 37 n. 0 15 a. 7 55 a. 5 40 a. 3 42 a. 2 55 a. II 17 a. 8 30 p. 7 35 a. 3 45 a. 12 M a. 0 55 p. 8 45 p. 0 15 p. 3 55 p. 3 35 p. 12 10 p. 1010 u. 9 50 a. 7 05 a. 530 p. Through Pullman Palace ami Tourist Sleep ing cars dnllv between California anil Chicago. The only line reachlujr tlio...
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 August 1899
Cfye Coconino Sum J- Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFFt AUGUST 26, 1899. No. 31. i T. A. flOKDAN. PmlJrnL UJ. FIOtDAN. Stcrtury J J F. V. S1SS0N. Tmwrct. ' ARIZONA. LUMBER AND TIMBER , COMPANY, Manufacture of & 3 t mmmiMUur J 1 Native Pine? Lumber,; ; j! If Props, Stnlls, ; Boxes, Lath, I Piling, ' Shingles. j Ties', Lagging. Sash and Doors. j x Flagstaff, Arizona, 1
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THE COCONINO SUN i! ': ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, k 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. M.J. til WINSLOW BRICK yL KENNEDY $ From a Single Brick To a Train Load For Prices and Information. Address M. J. KENNEDY. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, FLAGSTAFF. - ARIZONA. mjquorstoreI JULIUS AUBINEAU. I f SCAUR IN t WINES, WHISKIES I 7 LIQUORSGIGARS Quictcit pltce in town. J No gambling allowed. Family Trade Solicited. 7 MKgfc. V a
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BMJIJBBBiSJSjqflwSSw! Cfye Coconino Sun. . Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, AUGUST 20, 1899. No. 31 NAVAJOES KILL A MAN. C H. Lambeth Beaten to Death at Navajo Springs. On Sunday evening about 7 o'clock a number of Navajo Indians killed C. II. Lundreth, a gumbler. Tho killing took place about a milo weal of Navajo Springs. , Nearly 200 Indians aro employed us seetlop luboreis on tho Santa Fo Pa cific railroad, and they arc all with the grading gang at Nuvujo Springs. The Navajoes wui o paid off last weuk and liad been drinking and gambling for several days. Although theiuisu law pi oh I biting the sale of liquors to tludlaiiM, there id nlwuys plenty of whisky in camp after pay duy. Lundrcth, who was a white gambler and was known as an expert deuler of Mexican uiontu, a favoiite game with the Navajoes, and he has for tho past tlueu months been following the grad ers from one camp to another, Invari ably getting most of the wages the In dians iccelvcd on pay day. The latter often claimed that- he...
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THE COCONINO SUN. Arizona Delegate!. Governor Murphy has appointed the delegates from Arlzonu to tlio con ference on combinations und iru.sts to bo held In Chicago beginning Septem ber lath and continuing until the 10th. Ho also appointed delegates to attend the national irrigation congress which will Ijo hold at Missoula, Mont., on September 2.20, und 27. The delegates to the trust conference aro Col. M. J. Egan, of Clifton, Judge Charles Weston Wright, of Tucson, Judge William H. Barnes, of Tucson, E. M. Doe, of Flagstaff, W. C. Camp boll, of Preseott, Thomas Armstrong and J. C, Adams, of Phoenix. The delegates to the national Irriga tion congress ut Missoula uro Mr. A. .1. Chandler, of Mesa, J. K. Doolittle, Copt. W. A. Hancock, and C. J. Hull. ' of Phoenix. Anflr.iu.' Ifli.il.. 11 ..! ' - .... ..!, Ill Thatcher. No Right To Ugliness. Tho woman who Is lovely in face, form and temper will always have friends, but ono who would be attrac tive must keep her health. If she is weak, s...
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THE COCONINO SUN. 1,1 ! A Unit of Copper. As to what constitutes the uuit of copper, the Denver Post prints the following: The "unit" of weight Is 20 pounds, nouirilupoise. It is one per" cent of copper in the ore unci one per cent of a ton Is 20 pounds. Each per cent of copper contained in ore Is equal to us many units In copper. Ore car rying 50 per rent of copper, or 50 units for example, copper is quoted at $4 per hundred pounds, is north 80 cents per unit and 50 times 80 equ lis $40 n ton. Tor each decline or rlo of ." cents in the quotation a deduction or addition of 1 per cent should bo made. If thi quotation is $3 1)5. then 1 )er cent from the price 80 cent) should ho Uken, and 0 on down to whatever the quota tion may he. For example. If the ore is quoted at 3 75. 5 cents from 80 leave 75 cents per unit and oi e earrv Ing 50 per cent of copper would amount I'tofiO times 75, equaling in value $."17 50 per ton. Hit Life Was Saved. Mi. .1. E. Lilly, it pinmluent citizen of Hann...
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THK COCONINO SUN. ; TERRITORIAL NEWS, !; Can thu oldct timer point to a period when the territory was more prosperous and thu officials more com petent untl honorable? Globo Times, John Howard, who for the pixt thirty-seven years has been a resident of Precott, has cone to Converse, Indi ana, to spend the remainder of his dujv. ThoGr.ih.ini Guardian sa.s business Is increasing rapidly in SafToid and threatens that If prosperity continues thu Guardian will be forced to get out a semi-weekly edition. George Cluff of Thatcher has ac cepted the prlnclpalship ofihuiiead emy In Castle Dale. Emory county, Utah. Mr. ClulT hax i.old out in Thatcher and w ill leave in about three weeks. The personnel of the teachers for the fall term of the Tucson schools Is: F. A. Cooloy. principal; Miss Lura iloilman, Miss Nellie Pomroy, Miss Mamie Shlbell. Miss Myrtle Golly, Mrs. Frances Whalley, Mlss.7. II! YVores, Miss Maudo North. Miss Anna I.. Wood, Mis Clara C. Fish, MixsGeorglo II. Scott, Miss Lillia...