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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 October 1899
THE COCONINO 8UN. H. W. Adams and wife, who have been enjoying1 the climate of Flagstaff for the past two months, returned to their home In Glendale Tuesday. Majestic ranges are the best mado and are warranted to be as repre sented. Babbitt Bros, havo them in the various nzes and at low prices. As the repairs to the Presbyterian church are not yet complete, the Sun day school will meet tomorrow in tlio parsonage. No other services will be held. Dr. L: C. O'Donnell of Cincinnati, O., has opened a dental office opposite the M. E. parsonage. All the' latent methods in dentistry. All work guar anteed. Sight singing, object drawing, calis thenics and physical culture will be used in the course of studies at the School of the Nativity, which wilt open Monday, September 4. J. W. Benham of Phoenix spent a day here this week. He says that the carnival will be held in November and that it will be the biggest thing ever held In the Southwest. Dr. D. J. Brannen left yesterday for a few days' vi...
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THE COCONINO SUN. . .7. B. Tappan, who now claims Bill ..Williams Fork in Yumu county us his ' home, was In town this week. Ho roH)rt mining and stock pulsing In his section us belli;,' In u prosperous con dition. The Second Hand store has intro duced ", 10, 2.5, and 50 cent counters. Tho art Icles for sale are varied and useful and tho prices far below what the same class of goods have heretofore been sold for here. The course of piano instruction used by the SUlern of Loreito Is planned alter mo Dent, American conserva tories and the methods of all leading professional teachers of the east. Les sons alo given on violin, madolin and guitar. For rates apply to the Sister. C. H. Wcitlierslioir, It. K. Hatters ley, Louis Lose, John iMohr, .1. H. Uusor, W, Driver and"W. Hovey com- i prised a jolly p.irty of Fort. Wuyne, Ind., business men who left yesterday morning on a trip to the Grand Canyon of Arizona. Tho best Is always tho cheapest and is especially so in buying a range. Tho Supe...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 October 1899
.TThtf.ri iSl iwfclSdiiiian mw"J wfllfflhawitwrw Mil THE COCONINO SUN. Parties desiring to sum! horses to Phoenix for wintering can do so at reasonable rates by applying to Clark HItt. Mrs. Ronoe of tho U. S. Weather Bureau reports a precipitation from tho night of October 10 to 0 a. m. this morning of 4.37 inches with no Indi cations of an abatement of the storm. In the district court of Apache county hi9t week E'l Hunter and James Wilson were found guilty of grand larceny and each were sentenced to four years in Yuma. E. Mat as was found guilty of murder In the first degrco and sentenced to be hung on December 1. Moso Gibson, a Navajo Indian, who killed a white gambler at Navajo Springs, was sentenced to six years In Yuma. The work of developing water at. tho Jack Smith spring has been completed. C. H. McClure, who has had the work in charge, came in Wednesday. The work has been thoroughly done. Tun nels have been run across tho gulch at hardpan and In such a manner as to catch al...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 October 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. I l .John Cameron, who was indicted at iho last term of court as beingan acces sory to the Camp Verde murder has given hail in the sum of $1,000. Kev. W. W. I3runk and wife arrived today from Duarte, California. Rev. Brutik has heeti assigned to the pastor ship of the M. K. church at this place. M. II. Carlov, who went to Agua Caliente springs, last month, to try the virtues of waters for rheumatism returned this week much benefited by his stay at the springs. Tho "new pastor" of the Methodist church will be in the pulptt to-morrow. Subject of morning sermon, "Our War fare." Evening, "He Strong." The presence of all church inembers is de sired, and all other are invited. The first annual ball of the V. G Nevin Hose company given at Babbitt hall last night was a signal success. It was probably the bust attended and best conducted function in the history of Flagstaff. Tho liiiiu company enter tained their guests in a royal manner. Hjrted.lhe choicest refresh incurs a...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 October 1899
TUK COCONINO SUN. iriAa.cMMIi,innt n Second Vice-President. Secretary and a Treasurer, not more than three of h ch shall oe tuemDers oi wo wuuu w ordinate division. ARTICLES OP INCORPORATION OP THE ARIZONA WOOL GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. WE, THE UNDERSIGNED. T. E. POL lock, II. E. Campbell and K. S. Oosney ot Coconino County. Arizona, and Ambroclo Candelarla, Richard Gibbons and A. F. Potter of Apacho County, Arizona, and Kobcrt Scott, J, D. Houck and II. II. Scorse or Navajo County. Arizona, do hereby assoclatooursclvcs together (or the purpose of consultation, and collection and diffusion ot (acts and knowledge that inuy 13 to the Interest o( the sheep breeders anil wool growers o( Arizona, and (or mutual nnd concerted action In all lawful, Just and proper maucrs mat may from time to time arise ill rectly or Indirectly affecting the best Interests of the members of this association and the In dustry above referred to, and do hereby adopt incse our Articles or incorporation. II. The nam...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 October 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. i divisions thereof, or change and alter the same vlrom time to time by a vote of the majority of rill the members thereof; and at any meeting of the general association or of the Hoard of Dl rectors thereof, absent delegates or directors may be represented by written proxies to other delegate or directors from the same division. IX. The principal offices and places of business of this corporation Khali be Flagstaff, Arizona, but meetings of the association or Its Hoard of 1)1 rectors may be held in any county of this Terri tory where members of this association are grazing sheep. X. Theso Articles moy bo changed or amended at any time by a voUi 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 30th day of July, 1899. T. E. Pollock, K. S. Gohnky, II. E. CAMPnELL, , , AMIIIiOCIO CANDELAHIA, '" HICIIAIU) GlIIIIOXH. A. F. POTTBIt. Uoukht Scott, J. D. HOUCK, II. II.4Sc0K.sc TKRRITOKY ...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 October 1899
jUliMOBW I THE COCONINO SUN LODGE DIRECTORY. , C MILL1GAN, o iRAIUI TRIIIB, NO. 8, 1. O. It. M. iliut. ..n Cln&n nt (t Cim Tl, ? Cuna nl 7 MANUrACTUNCK Of Runs, 30 Hrcaths. Wigwam, corner Railroad avenue nail Lcroux street. Visiting tribe mem tiers welcome. W. Ciionkhite, Sachem. J. M. StMPso.i. a of It. J. K. I'lilBST. C. of W. II OUNTAIN LODGE, NO. 15, K. OP P. Meets In Masonic Hall overv Wednesday night. Visiting mights are conllally Invited to attend. It F. DONOliKHO, U. C. a A. Uusn, K. ot R. and S. COURT COCONINO, NO. 890, INDEPEND ENT OHDEH or rOHKSTKllS. Meets Tuesday nights In Masonlo Hall. Visit Ins members Invited to attend the Court meet ing. F. L. Heau 0. It Louis Spieks, Reconlcr. FLAGSTAFF LODGE. No. -iW, I1KNKVO LENT AND PHOTECTJVE OUDEK or KLKH. Meets ctery Tuesday night In Ucd Men's Hall. Visiting brothers are cordlullr Invited to at tend, a II. COIILK, K. R. C. M. Funhton, Secretary. PLAGSTAFF LOIXIK. NO. 13, A. O. U. V. Meets every Thursday night In Masonic H...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 October 1899
fimii IIIMIIIIIIIIIIHIMiMI " M "il && n.s.r, '-tt"-'- -J THE COCONINO SUN. ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK.( FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. Interest Paid on Time and Sayings 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. Mr U M.J. WINSLOW BRICK tL KENNEDY $ From a Single Brick To a Train Load ,JFor Prices and Information. Address M. J. KENNEDY. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA.' HjiquorstoreI I JULIUS AUBINEAU. I ocaitn in t t FINE . I WINES, WHISKIES I 7 LIQUORSGIGURS C Quietest place in town. J No gambling allowed. P Family Trade Solicited. ? vBMMMlMDMtai kr u
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 October 1899
Cfye Coconino Surt. Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, OCTOBER 21, 1899. NO. 39. r. A. HOtDAN. PmUtat. M. . tlOtDAN. Sttrturr ', F.V. S1SSON. Tnnunr. J jj ARIZONA jj f LUMBER AND TIMBER jj jj ' COMPANY, . jj c Mituiticturcrt of '. . J nMMSr , , Native Pine Lumber, jj 1; Props, Stulls, Boxes, Lath, l I; Piling, Shingles, ;! ; Ties, Lagging. Sash and Doors. ;I i Flagstaff, Arizona, jj i ja vi
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Cfyg Coconino Sun, Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, OCTOBER 21, 1899. No. 39 A DISTINGUISHED PARTY. A Delegation Returning from the Mining Congress Visit Flagstaff. Monday evcuingut 7 o'clock u special train couslhtlng of four Wagner p.ilaco cars, u dlnintr car and u baggage car, carrying a party of eighty ladies anil gentlemen returning from tho Mining Congress recently held in San Fran cisco, arrived here. Tho party had been at Bisbee, Phoe nix, Congress and Prei-colt. The party stopped here for the pui-jioso of veil ing the Grand Canyon of Arizona and CHIT Dwellings. Tho train was switched to u side track and remained here all the week. Tho party visited tho Cliff Dwellings Tueday afternoon and after their re turn In the evening the citizens of Flagstaff gave tho visitors a reception In Babbitt's Hall. The uddi es of wel come was made in a felicitous manner by Rev. F. Dilly. The address was re plied to by Prof. James Douglas of the Copper Queen Co., D. M. Rlordan of the King of Arizona mine ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 October 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. h. years and has held annual meetings, but this is the first time the members of the Institute have paid a visit in a bodp to the Puolflc coast. GREATEST HORSE ACT ON RECORD. Joe Berrii' Marvelous Sixty-Three forming Horses in the Ring, Per The sublime culmination of the art of training is tnarvelously shown in the equestrian performance executed by 03 thoroughbreds under the guidance of Joo Bonis, America's most famous equine educator, appearing with the Walter L. Main elicits at Flagstaff, Friday, November 3. The act introduces tho finest speci mens of American and Arabian thor oughbred horses executing the grand est and greatest performances ever imagined. A positively wonderful dis play of such downright novelty, out and out originality, unrivalled mug ulficeneo and thrilling Interest as to blot out forever all prevlout animal exhibitions. There are rings within rings; platforms upon platforms: In and upon all of which horses perform con currently and simultane...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 October 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. h 4 7 An Overworked Judiciery. Few of our citizens have tiny ade quate Idea of the amount of labor per formed by the able gentlemen compos ing the judiciary of Arizona. At present the several judges have about twice aH much work as they can con veniently dispose of. and the volume of business in the various districts Is con stantly increasing. Take, for example, the Third district, comprising the counties of Graham, Gila and Pinal. Two terms of court averaging about a month each make approximately six mouths of arduous service Then there are two terms of Federal court in each district and also sessions of the Su preme court which all the judges must attend. Some of the cases tried lu the district courts at e so complicated as to require several weeks of research into authorities. With it view to affording the bar of the territory the benefit of their de cisions and the grounds therefor, the juugt-s have agreed to hand down written opinions in all cases passed upon ...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 October 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. f3v Getting the Benefit. Mr. E. E. Ellinwood has felt the benefit of the operation of tho Dlngley tariff law and he accepts the improved conditions with the grace of a good re publican. But Mr. Ellinwood is not a republican. During tho last campaign he made a declaration from the stump that he was a free trader only when he went to buy a suit of clotht'H, and ho was a protectionist when his sheep in terests were concerned. He is for Mr. Ellinwood first, last and all the time. Up in the northern part of Arizona Mr. Ellinwood owns u largo sheep ranch. He purchased hi bands of sheep during the Cleveland adminis tration and paid a good price for them. As tho opcrullon of tho low tariff mea--uro became operative tho price of wool went down In competition with foreign trado and Mr. Ellinwood was threat ened with bankruptcy Others less fortunate failed and the sheep industry of Arizona received a set-back, the effects or which brought ruin on all sides. Since the Dlngley ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 October 1899
rv THK COCONINO SUN. The Death Penalty. W In the caso of thu Territory o' Ari zonu vs. George Smiloy. charged with thu murder of Section Foreman Me Svveeny at Winslow, tlie defendant re fused counsel und pleaded guilty to mti iil or in thu first degree, sujs the Hoi brook Argus. The court thereupon heard uvldenuu to determine the ex tent of punishment to bo imposed. On' Friday ut 9:30 a. in. Judge Sloan utllxed tlie deatli penalty to thu offense and sentenced Smiiey to be executed ac cording to law on Friday, December 10, 18SJ1). In pronouncing the sentence Judge Sloan reviewed nil tlio circumstance in connection with the crime ns brought out by the evidence and thu statement made by Smiley in court, and said thut he had vainly seat ched for any extenuating clicumstuuces, . which hu had hoped to liud, to stay thu J extreme penalty that lie via ubout to pronounce, and for that leason it be came Iiis painful duty to pronounce tlie sentence of death in this case, and that hu hoped the ...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 October 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. he (Coccmimi gmt. Entered in tho Postofflco at FlairstaH as second class matter. Issued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars a year. In advance. Kvvry paper li stopped at the expiration of tho tlmo paid for C M. FUNSTON, Editor. SATUHDAY, OCTOHEK 21, 16!t'J. The man wlio opposes expansion hud better got out or the road, for liu will surely gut run over. Tub "Indian and Cowboy Carnival" is wliut tho Phoenicians are calling thuir carnival, which will bo held in Phoenix December 4 to 8, inclusive. It has a wild and wooly sound and tho name is Mild to bo highly pleasing to tho city on tho Salt. Tho rain of lust week was general throughout tho Territory. Tho heavi est precipitation occurred on tho Colorado plateau, ivliero nearly four and one-half inches of rrin foil, causing tho Salt river to overflow and u raise in all the mountain streams. as Tho Prospect. Its form has been J enlarged to eight pages of faur c$-J unms each and is dovoted almost en- tirely t...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 October 1899
) THE COCOVINO SUN TO THE CITIZENS OF ' FLAGSTAFF AND COCONINO COUNTY i $ oT. 4 Notice is given that on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10th, 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, new, fresh stock of winter goods just received. J. W. WEATHERFORD, GENT'S FURNISHER. HKB3S SWaaaggaBfswt
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THE COCONINO SUN. wwwwwwwww BRIEF LOCALS. J vwvwwwwwvwwwwvw Saturday, Octoheii 21, 18!9. Main's circus Is billed (op Novem ber 3. Born To the wife of T. A. Riekel, October 20, a daughter. C. M. Funston is at the Gr.tud Can yon of Arizona this week. J. L. V. Thomas and his son John were in from Oak Creek Tuesday. Mrs. T. J. Ross of Jerome was visit ing Flagstaff friends sovoral days this week. Cole's air-tight Heaters hold llru for 3U hours. A first-class stovo at a low price at Babbitt Bros. ' G. H. Adams, tho representative of the Industrial Building and Loan As sociation, is in town this week. The ladles will find many useful articles on tho 5 and 10 cent counter at tho Second Hand store. Tho iron front of tho Sanderson block has been placed in position and the block will coon bo completed. Colo's air-tight Heaters save you one-third in cost of fuel. Twenty dif ferent styles and sizes at Babbitt's. Parties desiring to send horses to Phoenix for wintering can do so at reasonable ra...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 October 1899
k f THE COCONINO SUN. mmmmmmmmmmmm&mm&m TO XWT-T A T"TT .-, TO WE UU3 lHtS UINLY TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO merchantH wlio handle a complete line of the celebrated MONARCH BRAND of canned good, which arc the purcist and best obtainable. When you want ;ood roods, WE HAVE THEM When you want ihe prices, WE MAKE THEM When .von want the quality, WE KEEP IT i& w TO WP TMTPNn Tft ATWAVC CIIDNTCH VOII WITH THP Wi) iTO iti) 'K; BEST GOODS to m TO AT CORRECT PRICES $ TO J TO TO ' (TO Wo are now cloning out. a full lino of K. TO LADIES' LOW CUT SHOES ffl to m ffa which should be seen to be appreciated ?& 2$ COME EARLY AND SECURE THE BEST SELECTION $ TO M TO W g P, R, WEATHERFORD & CO,, TO TO FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. flfi to m jjgfBanaCTMaliBwgiCTiwai.ii-.f'-
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 October 1899
jJJCriaGSKEWPPGMWl llfcWrtllMM nl limwiwiama THE COCONINO SUN. Tablets, Ink, pencils, paper, slates, copy books, school bags and school sup plies can bo' bought at tho Second Hand Store at lower prices than those arti cles havo been horeloforo sold in Flag staff. H. A. Rogers, a former bbsiness man of Flagstaff, spent Monday here. Mr. Rogers has just returned from a trip to Alaska and is favorably impressed with the Capo Xomo section. Ho will probably engage in business there. Tho besUs alwajs tho cheapest and is especially so In buying a range. Tho Superior range has all" tho latest im provements and Is st) constructed us to obtain tho host results In cooking and baking. Babbitt Bros, are selling tho Superior at a small margin of profit. Robert R. Walton, wife and mother, loft Sunday for Phoenix, where they will spend the winter. They have spent two summers hero and aru so woll pleased with the climate that they havo made arrangements to spend the coining summer hero. J. V. Sulliva...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 October 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. ') v The Second Hand store lias Intro- V-dueed 5, 10, 23, mid 50 coin counters. Tho articles for sale are vailed and useful and tho priced far below what the Hiuno class of goods have heretofore been sold for here. The course of piano Instruction used by the Sisters of Lot-otto is planned after the 'best American conserva tories and the methods of all leiidlnjf professional teachers or the east. Les sons also given on violin, madnlin and gull in-. For rates apply to the Sisters. The I'M K. Ayer Pioneer Ho-u com pany this week shipped to Mr. Kd M Ayer an eighty-pound j)iceo of meteoric iron. Tho specimen came from Coon mountain, soutli of Canyon Diablo, and was brought in by Fred W. Volz of that place It will be properly labeled and placed in the Klcld Columbian Museum in Chicago, of which institution Mr. Aver is an FLAGSTAFF WOOD AND COAL YARD, ollUal. ' ' On Monday morning. October 1(1. George S. Conant died at tho residence of Uscat- LoBarou in this city. The dec...