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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 September 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. ONLY A FEW DAYS TO WAIT ! fe Prof. Gentry's World's Best Trained Animal Exhibition Prices reduced for this day and date to CHILDREN, 35c. ADULTS, 50c. w-inmmnmmttummmmitmiiiiamilkftUWillM FLAGSTAFF WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27. Everything new and UD-to-date. The greatest show on earth for ladies and children. An exhibition that has amazed whole America. See Pintoand Nero, the smallest performing elephants in captivity. Watch for the grand street parade at noon. 275 wise trained animals. WWSPjHWSP"-'? &
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 September 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. he ffioconitto xtt. Entered In tho l'ostofflco nt Flagstaff as second class matter. Issued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars n year, la advance. Every paper Is stopped at the expiration ot the time paid (or C M. FUNSTON, Editor. Saturday, Septemher 23, 1891). The Globe Silver Holt 1ms been en larged to a six-column quarto. It is a decided Improvement unci Is full "of ex cellent now. The Jerome Minim; News has en tered upon a new volume, and has ap propriately Improved its appearance. The News is a thoroughly reliable min ing journal and deserves .success. Indian Commissioner Jones has replaced a number of women superin tendents of Indian schools with men, reducing the position of the women. He thinks tho work ofu superintendent loo arduous for a woman, as it includes supervision of the farming, herding of cattle, garden work and all the details of the management. There are now but eight women occupying such posi-tions. The Arizona Graphic, an illus tr...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 September 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. V X Several special trains, carrying the Thirty-second Regiment, from Port Leavenworth, Kas., to Sin Francisco, en route to the Philippines, passed through Tuesday morning. Dispatches in various newspapers announced that over 100 men deserted the regiment when ft received marching orders. Mrs. M. Stein of the Chicago Cloak and Suit Store will bu at the Hotel Weatherford from September 25 to 30. Ladies, It will pay you to call and see tho most elegant lino of ladies' furnish ings ever brought to Flagstaff, consist ing of the latest tailor-made suits, silk waists, skirts and everything in ladies' furnishings. Dowe, tho San Francisco photo grapher, has opened a gallery opposite tho Courthouse, and is doing tho finest work ever made in this section. If vou ' want fine, artistic work give him a call. His prices are very reasonable $2 per dozen for cabinet photos, and he guar antees all his work. As he Is here for u short, time only, don't overlook him. Mr. C. E. Skinner...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 September 1899
THK COCONINO SUN. wvwvwvwwwwwvwv BRIEF LOCALS. VWVWWWVVWWWWWH Satukday, Septembeh 23, 1899. W. W. Dunbar, tho Kingman at torney, in in town. Little boys' suits made to order uru the latest. Cush Store. ForSale Good riding pony. Inquire, K. T. Brown, SON office. F. W. Vol, tho Cunyon Dlublo mer chant, wiw in town Thursday. A proper lit is guaranteed in our tallor-mudo suits. Cush Store. C. II. Funeher, land agent of the S.mtu Fe, wus in Flagstaff this week. Go to the "Cush Sloro"forchlldren's clothing: ID per cent oil former prices. Photos ul all prices, accoidlng to quality. Two doors south of posloflice. Mr. and Mrs. T. .1. Ilos of Jerome, with their children, were visitors tills week. The Imperial Gallery does the hot work sure. Two doors south of post office. Photos of babies and family group a specialty at Dowe's gallery, opposite Courthouse. " Call anil see our samples fur chil dren's and vouths' tailor-made suits; $3.75 up. Cash Store. The ladies will tint many useful articles...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 September 1899
m. m m m m m m m THE COCONINO SUN. WE ARE THE ONLY merchantx who handle a complete lino of the celebrated MONARCH BRAND ,,, of canned good, which are the purcKt and best obtainable. , , When J on want (rood tjoods, WE HAVE THEM j- -., When yon want the'priees, WE MAKE THEM When .von want the quality, WE KEEP IT WE INTEND TO ALWAYS FURNISH YOU WITH THE BEST GOODS AT CORRECT PRICES & W W & Hi W are now cloning out a full line of LADIES' LOW CUT SHOES W which ihould be ceen lo be appreciated k COME EARLY AND SECURE THE BEST SELECTION M P, R, WEATHERFORD & CO,, $ FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. m IfH i te . m if M ' ) a i;
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 September 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. ! m Wo recommend the Imperial Gallery as the best In town. Two doors south of postoftice. Mantello photos, platinum or carbon ate finish, $1.50 and $2 per dozen; large Mantello cabinets, $3 per dozen at Dowo's gallery, opposite Courthouse. A flro started among the trees near the Cliff Dwellings Sunday, but good work on the part of the rangers under Supervisor Breen ''eon had It under control. Dr. L. C. O'Donnell of Cincinnati, O., has opened a dental office opposite tho M. E. parsonage. All the latest methods in dentistry. All work guar anteed. Mrs. J. A. Maurer and children re turned from tho Grand Canyon of Ari zona after a pleasant trip. Mr. Maurer intends to view the mighty gorge the coining week. Many friends and schoolmates of Miss Lottu Beal attended her to the train yesterday morning. Miss Beal goes to Baltimore to complete her studies at a conservatory of music. BaIu Black, Leo Doyle, Chester Black, Bob and Henry Raney, .1. C. Grim and wife, Burl Cameron u...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 September 1899
THB COCONINO SUN. "Bill" Watson, who went north with tl?e Klondike rush, returned Sunday. He has been on the coast for a few months and goes back to his ranch south of town much refreshed after his long vacation. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Mann arrived Sunday from Flagstaff, Arizona, on a visit to relatives. Mr. Mann left Mon day for Bakersflehl, where he has u position with the Southern Pacilic. Colton (Cal.) News. "Arizona and Us Resources," a finely Illustrated publication treating of the wealth and advantages of the terri tory, is for sale at the Second Hand Store. Price, 25 cents. Just the thing to send to friends in the east. A bunch of hop-Mends, consisting of four alleged gamblers, a woman and a lonesome Chinaman, were fined $20 each the first of last week for hitting the pipe. Truly, the Chinese are los . ing their self-respect. The course of piano instruction used by the Sisters of Lorctto' is planned V after the best American conserva tories and the methods of all leading profes...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 September 1899
nrtiwrtor'ivfrWi "-'-- THE COCONINO SUN. "PINTO, THE TINY." Prof. Gentry Hit an Elephant on Hit Hands. The smallest living' elephant in cap tivity is "Pinto," and Prof. Gentry, the noted animal trainer, is the happy owner. For many years the professor, who is always adding new and novel features to his admlrablo exhibition, has been in search of an elephant so small in size that It would be a veritable curiosity one that would be a pleasing feature with which todelightthe large audiences which are In dally attend ance at his most wonderful animal ex hlbition. And at last one of his agents cabled from Bombay, India, that ho could secure ".Pinto." The prlco paid was something liko $5 a pound and the little fellow weighs a trifle over 760 pounds but elephunts are expens ive and "Pinto" was deemed worth the large amount, and so the little fellow was sent to America, and on Wednes day, Sept. 14, 1898, the Adams Express Company delivered to Prof. Gentry at Aurora, III., a most unique pack...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 September 1899
THK COCONINO SUN. V New Rule of Practice. A WaahtniTtnn tplprrriim unva- Ant. lag Secretary of the Interior has ap proved a change in the rules of practice of the general land office that will be of general Interest throughout the pub lic land states. It provide that when a special agent, after investigating an alleged fraudulent entry, location or claim, recommends the cancellation of such entry the claimant shall be given notice of the churges made by the agent and will be allowed thirty days in which to ask for a hearing before the local officers. At the hearing, if it is asked for, the burden of proof of fraud Is to be on the government. Should the entryman fall to request a hearing, the case is to follow the same routine through the local and general land office as all ex parte cases and the eniryman is allowed the rlghtof appeal If the decision of the local officers is against him. It has been the practice heretofore to cancel entries on the re commendation of a special agent ...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 September 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. m There's always hope while there's One Minuto Cough Cure. "An attack of pneumonia left my lungs in bad shapo and I was) near the tint stages of consumption. One Minuto Cough Cure completely cured me,'1 writes Helen MolJenry, Bisraark, N. D. Gives in stant relief. Pioneer Drug Store. Red Hot From the Gun Was the ball that hit G. B. Stead man of Newark, Mich., in the Civil War. It caused horrible ulcors that no treatment helped for 20 years. Then Bticklen's Arnica Salvo cured him. Cures cuts, bruises, burns, felons' corns, skin oruptions. Bet pile cure on earth. i ets. a box. Cure guaran teed. Sold by Pioneer Drug Store. DON'T PURCHASE A READY-MADE SUIT Which is made and finished by machinery with hundreds of others of the same stvle and pattern. Have some individuality about your uttlre! I can givo you a perfect fitting suit, made from the ' finest domestic or imported goods, at reasonable prices. S. BARRON, Merchant Tailor, Railroad Avenue, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. QgS...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 September 1899
SH B1U.IUIIUU 11 iJJWJJLJJWrJiiV-, M m THE COCONINO SUN. )S anta Fe Pa. R, R, Co, i Condensed Time Card No. 7. In effect June 4, 1899. WEST. KA8T. STATIONS. No. I. No. 2. 10 00 p. Lv . Chicago Ar 9 00 p. 10 50 a. . -...-.Kansas City 7 00 a. 3 SO a. ........... .....Denver 5 00 p. 4 25 a. . Lst Junta 1150 a. 9 OS p. . Albuquerque 10 25 p. 2 23 a. .. . ...WingaU!-. ....X.v 57 p. 255 a. - .. ..Gallup ..... .,. 5 15 p. 5 47 a. ...... ... Holbrook .. . I 35 p. 7 05 a. Wlnslow . 12 35 p. 28 a. . Flagstaff ..... 10 37 a. 1112 a. ......Williams .... 9 15 a. 12 30 p. Ar Ann Fork.. Lv 765 a. 12 35 p. Lv Ash Fork. ,Ar 5 40 a. 2 27 p. Ar. Jerome Jc. Lv 3 42 a. 310 p. .. Prescott 255 a. 845 p .CongressJc. H 17 a. 9 20 p. Ar Phirnlx Lv 8 30 p. 1230 p. Lv ... Ash Fork ... Ar 7 33 a. 2 10 p. .Peach Springs ...Lv 3 45 a. 3 45 p Kingman 1250 a. 5 45 p ...The Needles . 9 55 p. 7 S3 p. Blake .. 8 45 p. 9 SO p. ......... .. Bagdad A 15 p. 1205 a ,. Daggett. 3 55 p. 12 53 a. . , Harstow ! 35 p. 1 53 a. ....
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 September 1899
SRS Tt-rT. ..y-yTW tf i.-r-tv wt.r..,- THE COCONINO SUN. Vice-President, a Second Vice-President, , Krvr.tnrv and a Treasurer, not more than thro-4 of which shall be members of the same co- ordinate division. ARTICLES OP INCORPORATION OF THE ARIZONA WOOL GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. i. WE. THE UNDERSIGNED. T. E. POL lock, H. E. Campbell and E. S. Oosney of Coconino County, Arizona, und Arnbrocio Cnndelnrta, Richard Gibbons and A. V. Potter ot Apache County, Arizona, and Robert Scott, J. D. Houck and II. II. Scorso of Navajo County, Arizona, do hereby associate ourselves together for the purpose of consultntlon, and collection and diffusion ot facts and knowledge that may bo to the Interest of the sheep breeders and wool growers of Arizona, and for mutual and concerted action In all lawful, Just and proper matters that may from time to tlmo arise di rectly or Indirectly affecting tho best Interests of the members of this association and the In dustry above referred to, nnd do hereby adopt t...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 September 1899
it THE COCONINO SUN. lit i ; . divisions thereof, or change and alter the Ruroe Mrom time to time by a rote of the majority of all the members thereof; and at any meeting of the general association or of the Hoard of Di rectors thereof, absent delegates or directors may be represented by written proxies to other delegates or directors from the same division. IX. The principal offices and places of buslnoss of this corporation shall be Flagstaff, Arizona, but meetings of the association or Its Hoard of Di rectors may bo held In any county of this Terri tory where members of this association are grazing sheep. These Articles may be changed or amended at any time by a vote of two-thirds of all the delegates ut a general meeting called for that purpose. IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have hereunto set our hands this 20th day of July, 1899. T. E. Pollock, K. S. Ooknev, II. E. Campiiell. Amurocio Canuelahia, HICHAM) QlUBONH. A. F. PoTTEIt, KOIIEHT SCOTT, J. D. HOUCK. II. II. SCOItSE. TERRITORY OF ...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 September 1899
THE COCONINO SUN w k S& J ' &. M' 1 .... n 1 ' Li- ARIZONA CENTRAL BANld 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. -Hf '" M 1 WINSLOW BRICK "tL KENNEDY $ From a 5ihge Arc To a Train Load For Prices and Information. Address M. J. KENNEDY. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, FLAGSTAFF.' -""ARIZONA." LIQUOR STORE JULIUS AUBINEAU, I OCLC IN f C FINE S WINES, WHISKIES 7 LIQUORS - CIGARS i Quietest place in towa. S iVo gambling allowed. i Family Trade Solicited. 7
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 September 1899
yCfye Coconino Sun. VOL. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, SEPTEMBER 30, 1890. No. 36. T.A. HOFDAN. Pmldrnt U. . KIOKDAN. Snrtury r.r. sisson. ru-, j ARIZONA i; LUMBER AND TIMBER jj , jj company, jl ' 1 ' Manufacture! of , J "WW Native Pine Lumber, Props, Stulls, Boxes, Lath, ; : J; Piling, Shingles, Ties, Lagging. Sash and Doors. ; i; Flagstaff, Arizona, :l
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 September 1899
!. Cfye Coconino Sun. :i t ( 'I U i Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, SEPTEMBER 30, 1899. No. 36 SCHOOL OF THE NATIVITY. Work Commenced on New Building History ol Loretto Society. Work was inaugurated this week for the construction of the new home of the School of the Nativity, under the charge of the Sisters of Loretto. The building will bo located just north of the site of the pi esent school and when finished will be an ornament to tho city and homo one of the substantial eJucational institutions of Noithern Arizona. The plans furnished by A. W. Jurden. the aichitcct and contractor, show a twosUtry brick with basement V of stone, 3-1x38 feet, containing nine "rooms, with necessary pantrys, bath rooms and lavatories; a hot-air fm mice will furnish heat for the building and a complete system of electric lights will bo installed in fact, all the mod ern improvements in theMmllding lino will be utilized for the health and comfort of tho inmates. William Fried Hen has secured the contract for the ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 September 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Terestna, has charge of the little folks In the primary department, while Sister Fablola instructs the older children in the advanced grade. Sister Joseph Mary, an able musician, gives instruction on the piano, violin, guitar and mandolin, besides a thoiough course in vocal exercises and sight singing. Object drawing, calisthenics and physical culture are part of the regular course of studies. Modern school supplies in the way of charts, maps, globes and other acces sories have lately been added to the furniture of the sehxl by Father Dilly, and the Sisters have as line an out fit in that regard as any educational institution in the territory. The Sisters' residence has recently been thoroughly renovated by tho kindness of the Ladies' Society of the Church of tho Nativity, and the Sisters wish to thank all who in any way" contributed to that object. " Reverend Mother Praxpdes, Superior of Loretto Society, is expected to visit Flagstaff next year, and the Sisters ar...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 September 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Symphony Orchestra Resolution. The following resolution was duly adopted by the Plujfstiifr Symphony Orchestra at a meeting held on Sep tember 23, 18!)!), by an unanimous vote: Resolved, That the Flagstaff Sym phony Orchestra will donate its ser vices once a year to the churches, once a year to the Normal School, and twice ayearto the Public School of Flag staff. Application for same must be made to the Director at least thirty days before the dale of entertainment, and will be considered in the order received. All other services will be charged for. The Orchestra will give public en tertainments at limes agreed Uon by the members, at which an admittance will be charged, the proceeds thereof to go towards paying for Instruments, music, light, fuel, etc. Yours respectfully. Flagstaff symphony Okchestka. Flagstaff, September 25, 1891). Seventh Day Adventitt Church. Notice. There will be a meeting of the Flag staff Hospital Association at the court house in Flagstaff ...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 September 1899
timm THE COCONINO SUN. OPENED SEPTEMBER 11, 1899. THE NORTHERN ARIZONA NORMAL SCHOOL, FLAQSTAFF, ARIZONA. Thorough courses wilt be offered In High School, Academic and Normal work. The Normal course will lead to the reception of a Diploma giving the right to teach within Arizona during life. The new School Is centrally and delightfully Mtuated. The climate of Flagstaff Is almost perfect, conducing In the highest degree toward the health of students. The school building Is more than ample In slzo and has been equipped with all needful furniture and ap paratus. For all information and for circulars address PRINCIPAL A. N. TAYLOR, FLAQSTAFF. ARIZONA. ENGLISH KITCHEN, OPEN DAY AMD NIGHT. Private and Select Dinner Parties at Special Rates. Everything New. Neat and First Class in Every Respect. WE SERVE FROM 12 TO A P. M. AN EX CELLENT DINNER FOR 25C. WHITE STONE FRONT, RAILROAD AVE. A Complete Line of Watehei, Clocks, Jewelry, Silrerware and SpeeUeleg, THE - Post Office Jewelry Store Rep...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 September 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. ) A Bonanza Ranchman. When .1. Addison Addicks, the Dela ware millionaire, camu to Arizona lust summer ho made an extensive trip over a largo portion Of Northern Arl 'zona, and it has now leaked out that he proposes to buy 1,200,000 acres of land which is owned In alternate sec tions by the Santa Fe road and the Government. Mr. Addicks, if ho makes the pur chase, negotiations for which are now pending, will fence in Ills possessions. The land lies In the northern portion of thu Territory and contains, aside from rich grazing land, largo deposits of mineral and industrial stone. The mineral will be developed, but the principal business to be untried on will be ranching. Prof. Geoige A. Tread well was with Mr. Addicks on his journey hi Northern Arizona, but the l professor was interested only in the mineral portions of the country. If Mr. Addicks makes this purchase lie will be the owner of the largest ranch in the world, (le will excell in acreagu Donald Grant, who ...