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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 7 October 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. WVWWWWWWWWWVW1 BRIEF LOCALS. twvwwwvwvwvwwww Saturday, Octoheu 7, 1899. J. E. Palmer and wife left yesterday for u week's trip to Lou Angeles. Cole's air-tight Heaters hold llro for 30 hours. A first-class stove at u low price at Babbitt Bros4 The ladies will find many useful articles on the 5 and 10 cent counter at the Second Hand store. Try Babbitt's when you want a steel range with resorvolror pressure boiler, a heating, parlor or camp stove. The barbers have reached an agree ment and in future will closo their shops at 8 p. m.; Saturdays, 11 p. m. Cole's air-tight Heaters s.ive jou ono-thlrd in cost of fuel. Twenty dif ferent styles and sizes at Babbitt's. Anton Kline has sold out his Miloon business to a Mr. Piper of Texas. Mr. Kline will engage in the sheep busi ness. Mr. D. Burkholtor, superintendent of the tie-pickling plant at Bellomont, with his bride, returned from the east last week. Harry Pulton has embarked in the sheep business, having purchased tho ...
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THE COCONINO SUN. y $& W WE ARE THE ONLY merchants who handle a complete line of the celebrated MONARCH BRAND of canned good, which are the purest and best obtainable. When jou want (food goods, WE HAVE THEM When you want the prices, WE MAKE THEM When you want the quality, WE KEEP IT WE INTEND TO ALWAYS FURNISH YOU WITH THE BEST GOODS AT CORRECT PRICES CfT We are now closing out a full Hue of . LADIES' LOW CUT SHOES rfi which nhould be een to bo appreciated m m P, R, WEATHERFORD & CO,, COAffi F4J?IV AND SECURE THE BEST SELECTION FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. fa gg&: Hi m Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi
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n THE COCONINO SUN. Ladles' calling cards, in tho correct stylos, printed in the latest copper-pla to script at this office. Tablets, ink, pencils, paper, slates, copy books, school bags and school sup plies can be bought at the Second Hand Store at lower prices than these arti cles have been heretofore sold in Flag staff. First class Territorial wool is now demanding 18 cents per pound in Bos ton, and a further advance in price is expected, consequently the Arizona wool-grower who has two years' sup ply on hand is extremely happy. The Second Hand store hits Intro duced 5, 10, 25, and 50 cent counters. The articles for sale are varied and useful and the prices far below what the same class of goods have heretofore been sold for here. Union services at the M. E. church Sunday, October 8. Sunday school at 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 by Mr. F. C. Reld. Epworth League 7:15 p. m.; praise service at 8, conducted by Mr. Held. Good singing, popular hymns. Everybody invited. Charles W. Davis o...
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JRtaatauidbtfH THE COCONINO SUN. 1 jour boy. from Get r. tailor-made suit for Cash Store. Mib. J. W. Thurber roturnud Loa Angeles yesterday. Leave jour measure for future refer ence at Cash Store on October 10. Remember the date, October 18. Kxpert tailor in attendance. Casli Store. Fred Hocliderffer and wife have gono to Bates county, Missouri, where thoy will spend the winter. Harry J. Bean of San Jose, Cal., an expert in electricity, arrived last week and has accepted the position of man ager of the Flagstaff electric light pi tint. Fred Robert, who has been serving his country in Manila, u member of the First Nebraska volunteers, returned lust week and is visiting his sinter, Mrs. T. J. Coulter. Fred has seen considerable of the world nliicu leaving heie four .tears ago, biit bis experience a a soldier of Uncle Sam is most valu able to him. Rev. J. M. Baxter and wife leturned from the Arizona M. E conference Monday. Rev. Baxter has been as signed to the Needles, Cal., charge and...
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THE COCONINO SUN. A Boys' reefers. Cash Store. George Conant Is quite ill with pneu monia. R. H. Cameron Is in from the Grand Canyon. A grand exhibition of woolens In the piece at Cash Store October 18, 1899. Miss Eva Hunter, sister of Miss Lou Hunter, arrived yesterday from Hock port, Mo. The Flagstaff Coal and Wood Com pany will open for business on Momluy, October D. McCoy & Tillottson, two enterprising young men of this city, have leased for three years the Flagstaff Steam Laun dry and will take charge next week. The first month of the Northern Arizona Normal closed yesterday. There are 31 pupils enrolled and the attendance during the month averaged 92 per cent. Robert Finnie and wife and Roberta? Weatherford returned Saturday fronf Pomona, Cal., where thoy have been for the past month. The necessity of a coal and wood yard hns long been apparent to the people of Flagstaff. The want has been filled by Florence Donahue, who has opened the new yard south of the railroad track....
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THE COCONINO SUN. LODGE DIRECTORY. 0 KAII3I TUII1K, NO. 8, 1. O. K. M. Meets (in Sleep of ai Sun. Kacli 7 Sunn at 7 Huns, 30 Ilrcatns. Wigwam, corner Railroad avenue aid Lcroux street. Visiting tribe mem. her welcome. W. Ckonkiiite, Sachem. J. M. Simpson. O. of It. J. K. Phiest. C. of W. M OUNTAIN LODGE, NO. 15, K. OP P. Meets In Masonic Hall every Wednesday night. Visiting mights are cordially Invited to attend. It. F. I0.V(1UEU(J, C. C. C. A. Bcrii, K. of It. and S. POUIIT COCONINO, NO. MO. INDEFEND- V- KNT OIlIIKIt OF rOIlESTEKS. Meets Tuesday nights In Masonic Hall. Visit 'ng members ln Ited to attend tho Court meet ing. F. L. IlKAU C. It. Louis Spikiis, Recorder. T?LAGSTAFF LODGE. No. m. HENBVO- I.KNT AMI PltOTECTIVK OltUEIl OK ELKS. Meets ei ery Tuesday night In Ited Men's Hall. Visiting brothers are cordially Invited to at tend. C. II. COllLE, E. R. ft M. Funhton, Secretary. F LAGSTAFF LOIKJ13, NO. 13, A. O. U. W. Meets every ThurMl iv nleht In Masonic Hall. Visiting members ...
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THE COCONINO SUN. Vice-President, a Second Vice-President, H Secretary and a Treasurer, not more than three of which shall be members 01 me same co ordinate division. IV. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OK THE ARIZONA WOOL GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, T. E. POL lock, II. B. Campbell ana E. S. Gosncy of Coconino County, Arizona, ami Ambroclo Canilelarla, Rlcbard Gibbons unil A. F. Potter of Apache County. Arizona, and Robert Scott, J. D. Houck and II. II. Scorse of Navajo County, Arizona, do hereby associate ourselves together for the purpose of consultation, and collection and diffusion of facts and knowledge that raur be 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 time arise di rectly or Indirectly affecting the best Interests of the members of this association and the In dustry above referred to, and do hereby adopt these our Articles of Incorporation. II...
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m THE COCONINO SUN. V divisions thereof, or change and alter the same from time to time by a vote of the majority of all the members thereof; and at any meeting of the general association or of the Board 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 cf business of this corporation shall be Flagstaff, Arizona, but meetings of the association or Its Board of Di rectors may be held In any county of this Terri tory where members of this association are grazing sheep. X. These Articles may be changed or amended at any time by a vote of two-thirds of all the delegates at a general meeting called for that purpose. IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have hereunto set our hands this 30th day of July, 1899. T. E. Pollock, E. S. Gosney. II. E. Campbell, Amuuocio Canuelahia, RlCHAUD QlMIONS, a. p. pottek, Robert Scott, J. D. HODCK, II. II. SCOUSE. KH. TERRITORY OP ARIZONA...
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Santa Fe Pa, R. R. Co, Condensed Time Card No. 7. In effect June 4, 1899. WKST. KA8T. STATIONS. No. 1. No. 2. 10 00 p. Lv Chicago Ar 9 00 p. 10 50 a. ...Kansas City .. 7 00 a. 3 20 a. .. Denver 5 00 p. 4 25 a. La Junta... 1150 a. 9 05 p .Albuquerque..... 10 25 p. 3 25 a. Wlngate .. Lv 5 37 p. 2 55 a. Gallup .. 5 15 p. 5 47 a Ilolbrook 1 35 p. 7 05 a. WInslow . . 12 35 p. 9 28 a. ... Flagstaff . 10 37 a. II 13 a Williams 9 15 a. 13 30 p. Ar Ash Fork Lv 7 55 a. 13 35 p. Lv. Ash Fork .... ..Ar 5 40 a. 227 p. Ar Jerome Jo . Lv 34J a. 3 10 p Prescott.. 2 55 a. 6 45 p Congress Jc 11 17 a. 9 20 p. Ar,. Phccnlx Lv 8 30 p. 1230 p. Lv Ash Fork Ar 7 35 a. 2 10 p. Peach Springs Lv 3 45 a. 3 45 p. . .. Kinsman ..... 12 50 a. 5 45 p. . ..The Needles . .. 9 55 p. 7 S3 p Illake 8 45 p. 9 SO p .. , llagdod ... 6 15 p. 13 05 a Daggett .... 3 55 p. 13 55 a Ilurstow 3 35 p. 1 55 a ... Kramer 13 10 p. 3 53 a. . Mojave . 10 10 a. 8 28 a. Ar. Los Angeles 9 50 a. 1 05 p. San Diego.... 7 05 a. 6 45 p. Ar Sa...
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.fi- V tv C'lf, . la.. I'.t es". - " '-' I !- - . SSSSSffiKSffi ra-'jTW THE COCONINO SUN. 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.- T. J. POLLOCK, President T. E POLLOCK, Vice President C H. EDWARDS, Cashier. C O. ROBlNSOft, Atsistaat Cashier) 4 JH WINSLOW BRICK TP. KENNEDY & From a Single Brick To a Train Load For Prices and Information. Address M. J. KENNEDY. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA. LIQUOR ST0RE4 J JULIUS AUBiNEAU. I OCM.CR IN f l WINES, WHISKIES I I LIQUORSCIGARS i Ouie(c$t pUee la town. i J No gtmbUag slhwed. i p Family Trade Solicited. 7 "V-- i' . ' asrai.v. -.I" '. '. i " , !'' '"..'R v."
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 October 1899
xCfye Coconino Suit Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, OCTOBER 14, 1899. NO. 38. I J T.A. MOXDAN, PmMnl M. I. KIOVDAN. Sarturr F. W.SISSON. Tnuurtt. lj ARIZONA LUMBER AND TIMBER COMPANY, j! i Manufacturers of . I W Native Pine Lumber, Props, Stulls, tioxes, Lath, Piling Shingles, Ties, Lagging. Sash and Doors. I f f Flagstaff, Arizona, ',
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(Efye Coconino Sun. Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, OCTOBER 14, 1899. No. 38 h JUDGE LAYTON EXPLAINS. He Refutes Aspersions on the Educational Qualifications of Flagstaff Teachers. ,k Flagstaff public solid I to profit bv the exper There appeared In the Arizona Ile publlcan of October 4 an article from the pen of :i special correspondent of tlmt paper ill Flagstaff, entitled ''From Place to Place," In which the judg ment of the trustees of the Flagstaff public school is questioned and an in justice done a. very worthy lady who in employed as teacher in the school. I do not know what the correspond out mean! by "The trustees of the school would do well u-lence gained la-t f.ill in electing teachers." As u matter of fact, the trustee' aforesaid, in May, 1899, elected the teachers, live in number, for the pres ent, school year, four of whom held diplomas or certificate in force; one, however, was required to pass an ex amination in thi county before enter ing upon her duties; she, at the elev ent...
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j33Ljlii Jie-L THE COCONINO SUN. and aro, therefore, a credit to the profession. The correspondent should "hrush up" on school law and, in his avocation as news-gatherer, endeavor to confine himself to the facts. N. G. Layto.v, Superintendent of County Schools. The Appetite of a Coat Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whoso stomach und liver are out of order. All such should know that Dr. King's New Life Pills, the wonderful stomach and liver remedy, gives u splendid uppo tite, sound digestion und u regular bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy. Only iw at Pioneer Drug Store. Joseph Stockford. Hodgdon, Maine, healed a sore running for seventeen years and cured his piles of long stand ing by using DeWitl's Witch Hazel salve. It cures ull skin diseases, neer Drug Store. Pio- Glortous Newt Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of Washita, I. T. Ho writes: "Four bottles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had caused her great suffering for years. Terri...
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THE COCONINO SUN. ) Conferring of the Pallium. The Investiture of the pallium uixra Archbishop Peter Bourgado by Bishop Matz of Denver lust week was the most brilliant spectacular event ever witnessed in Santa Fe. The city was thronged with visitors from all parts of the United States and nearly every priest of the Roman Catholic church in Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona was present and took part in the pro cession from the Archbishop's palace to the cathedral. The archdiocese of Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona is the largest in the United States, and In many point the most interesting'. Within the diocese are situated the oldest churches In the United Slate-. and In most of the chuiches in the diocese today Spanish is the language spoken. The procession to the cathed ral was unique and reminded specta tors more of the processions in Euiope, tJLcspcciully iu France, than of any simi ' lur event in the United Stales. This is not surprlslug, as most of the priests of the diocese are...
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THE COCONINO SUN. He Fooled the Surgeons. All doctors told Kenlck Hamilton of West Jefferson, O., ufter suffering 18 months from rectal fistula, ho would dlo unless a costly operation was per formed; hut hu cured himself with live boxe" of Bucklen's Arnlcn Salve, the surest pile cure on earth, and tho best sulvo in the world; 2."i cents a box. Sold by Pioneer Drujj Store. will Uln- "If you scour tho world you never find u remedy equtil to One Ml uto Cough Cure," says Editor Fuckler of the Mleanopy, tta., "Hustler." It. cured his family of la jjrlppo and wives tliou-.mds from pneumonta, bronchitis, citiup and all throat and lung troubles. Pioneer Drug Storo. DON'T PURCHASE A READY-MADE SUIT Have some individuality about your attire! I can give you a perfect, fitting suit, made from tho finest domestic or imported goods, at reasonable prices. Orders taken for Ladies' and Gentlemcu's Mackintoshes, in any style desired by tho customer. S. BARRON, Merchant Tailor, Railroad Avenue, FLAGST...
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SWSl THE COCONINO SUN. V Horses Wintered, J-' Parties wUhlnir to winter horses at Phoenix are rcqtiCHicd to communicate with me, iix I am in the business. Terms reasonable. Address or call on A. V. Kinsey, FhiKstalT, Ariz. r Sheriff's Sale. M. SAI.ZU.AN I VS. V T. J. Hoss. I Under nmt by virtue of uu execution Issued out of the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of tho Territory of Arizona, County of Coconino, on tho Uth day of September, 1899, and to me as-Sherlff duly directed and delivered on a Judgment rendered In xnld court in the above entitled action on the 16th day of March, lSW, for the sum of one thousand and ninety live and nlnety-hundrcdths (l,utt.90) dollars principal and ono hundred and sixty-four and thlrty-four-hundredths (164 '31) dollars attorney fees with Interest at the rote of one percent per month from date, said 16th day of March, I MX!, -upon twelve hundred nnd sixty and twenty seven-hundredths (1,31 27) dollars and nine and nlnety-hundrcdths (990...
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ttJgnt irrtgf?gi- THE COCONINO SUN. he ffiocoutuo im. Entered In the Postofnce nt Flagstaff ns second class matter. Issued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars a year, In advunco. Every paper Is stopped at the expiration of tho time paid for C M. FUNSTON, Ediior. Saturday, Octouek 14, 1800. The weather man has boon t renting us pretty rough this week, but since tho abundant rainfall thero is nothing too good for tho weather man. Phoenix is rejoicing over tho or ganization of another brass band, it baso ball team that wins u game once in u while, tho prospective carnival and tho faro game hold-up. ACCORDING to tho "Tribune," Flor- 4 once is being deluged with a wave dM prosperity, and that sleepy burg Is awakening to a new condition of things. A mining boom is on and a railroad is promised that country. It is pretty hard for .1. O. Dunbar to slay out of tho editorial chair of tho Phoenix "Gazette." Together with Sam I' Webb ho ban purchased a half Interest in that paper. I...
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THE COCONINO SUN TO THE CITIZENS OF " FLAGSTAFF AND COCONINO COUNTY i Notice is given that on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10th, . -:lr - U . ? ' .. ' ' yS A AQv and for Thirty Days thereafter, I will make a 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT on my entire stock of Gent's Furnishings, including Blankets, Quilts, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises and everything carried in a Men's General Outfitting Store. Call at once and examine for yourselves. A full, now, fresh stock of winter goods just received. J. W. WEATHERFORD, GENT'S FURNISHER. Tsnmimv w w
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iwIIHm y- t THE COCONINO SUN. 5? I t WWWVVWWVWWW BRIEF LOCALS. wwwwvwwwvwvwwvv Saturday, Octohek 14, 180!). Boys' reefers. Cash Store. J. A. Muurer Is ut the Grand Cmjon this week. Get a tailor-nuulo suit for jour boy. Cash Store. Fred Roberts is noting as town clerk this week. W. E. Roy li:is been admitted to b.ill la tho sum of $,00. T. A. Rlordun Is on a business trip to Phoenix this week. Oscar Gibson has engaged in tho practice of law in Willcov. Riehard Fleischer of No'ales is reg istered at the Now Hunk Hotel. .T. E. Palmer and wife returned from Lctivo our measure for future refe nmi ut fViwli fitnfn mi Oililni 10, Dr. D. J. Brannen has been attend ing district court at Hoi brook as a witne-s in a murder case. E. S. Gosnoy attended u meeting of the Arizona Wool Growers' Associa tion at Holbrook on Thursday. Colo's air-tight Heaters save you omMliird In color fuel. Twenty dlf fei ent styles and sizes at. Babbitt's. Attorneys E. E. Elllunood, E. S. Clark, .1. E. Jones and T. S...
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n THE COCOINO Sun SiSa89999a9ia989a9a99fe A ft ft ft WE ARE THE ONLY ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft VI. m ft' ft ft ft ft ft ft ft im inerchiinlH who handle u complete linu of the eclobrated MONARCH BRAND of canned jjoods, which uro the purest unci best obtainable. VI, i When joii ivant jod -nods, WE MVE 77EM When jou want tlie prices WE MAKE THEM When yon want tlio quality, Hi P, R, WEATHERFORD & CO,, f WE KEEP IT WE INTEND TO ALWAYS FURNISH YOU WITH THE BEST GOODS AT CORRECT PRICES Wo lire now closing out a full line of ' ' LADIES' LOW CUT SHOES which hlioulil lie seen to lie appreciated COME EARLY AND SECURE THE BEST SELECTION feSS:eg6g56S5eS5 FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. w & & x& & Hi w