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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 October 1899
TUB COCONINO SUN. n i He Fooled the Surgeons. I All doctors told Ilunlck Hamilton of West .TelTerwon, O., itfter suffering 18 month from reetul fistula, he would die unless a eoitly operation was per formed: but. lie cured himself with live boxe of Buoklen's Arnien Salve, the surest pile euro on earth, and the best salvo in the world; i" cents a lox. Sold bv Pioneer Drug Store. "If you scour the world you will never find a remedy equal to One Min ute Cough Cure," says Editor Fackler of the Mieanopy, Fla., "Hustler." It cured his family of la grippe and saves thoustndH from pneumonia, bronchitis, croup and all throat and lung troubles. Pioneer.Drug Store. DON'T PURCHASE A READY-MADE SUIT . Have some Individuality aliout vour attire! I can give you a perfect lilting suit, made from the finest domestic or imported goods, ut reasonable prices. Order- taken for Ladies.' and Gentlemen's Mackintoshes, in any stle desired bv the customer. - b. bakkun, mercnanx lanor, Railroad Avenue, FLAGST...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 October 1899
mmmmmm sir. b"., .. JJ--iJi THE COCONINO SUN. NOTICE OP AMENDMENT ' OF THK ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER COMPANY. ' Notice In hereby given that at a meeting of the stockholders of Arizona Lumber & Timber Company held at the office of said corporation In the Town of Flagstaff on the 27th day of February, 1899, due notice thereof having regu larly been given to all the ntockholderx of said corporation and all or the shareholders of said corporation having been at Kald meeting repre sented and all of the requirement of tbelly Laws of said corporation huvlng been fully compiled with, the following resolution was at said meeting unanimously adopted by a vote of all shareholder!) of said corporation there rep resented: "Resolved. That It Is tho sense of thin meet ing that such steps as are necessary be taken by tho proper officers of Arizona Lumber & Timber Company to amend lis articles of Incor poration In such a manner that the Hoard of Directors shall...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 October 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. minutes W 8H0.4 ft Cor. No. 1-1358 B Lust Oliance mill site brs S 9 degrees 51 minutes V UIIC6 ft. Ayrcs Peak In the Grand Canyon lira S 67 degrees 28 minutes E; thenco N 52 degrees 2J minute W var U degrees 17 minutes K 600 ft to Cor. No. S; thence N 37 degrees 37 minutes K vur 14 degrees SB minutes K. 1500 ft to Cor No. 3; thence 8 52 degrees 23 minutes K var 14 de grees ! minutes E 600 ft to Cor. No. 4; thence S 37 degrees 37 minutes W var 14 degrees 23 minutes E to Cor. No. I, place of beginning, containing 20.60 acres. Last Chance Mill Site, Survey No. 1358 H. Beginning at Cor. No. I, whence U. S. I M. No. 1 brs N 5 degrees .03 minutes W SMI. I ft Cor. No. 1-1358 A Last Chance lode brs N 0 degrees 51 minutes 2D second K 13444.6 ft var 14 degrees 18 minutes K; thence S 1 degree 47 minutes W var 14 degrees 18 minutes K 310.2 ft Cor. No. 2; thence S 88 degrees 13 minutes K var 14 degrees 17 minutes K 702 ft to Cor. No. 3; thence N 1 degree 47 minutes B var 14 deg...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 October 1899
lite THE COCONINO SUN. LODGE DIRECTORY. QUAIM TItlllB, NO. 8, 1. O. It. M. Meets on Sleep of 2d Sun. Koch 7 Suns at 7 Huns. 30 Ilrcaths. Wlttwam. corner Itnilroad avenue nad Lerour street. VNltlnu tribe mem I" welcome. V. Chonkiiite. Sachem. J. M. SlMfsos. O. of It. J. B. I'mr-HT. O. of W. JJOUNTAIN I.ODOK. NO. IS. K. OF 1. Meets in Masonto Hall every Wednesday Dliflit. (slltm: nU'litN are cordially Invited to attend. . . It. F. IJo.noiieik;, C. C 6A.BMH, K. of It. and S. (""OUltT COCONINO. NO. KM, INDKl'HND-- X.NT OltDKIt Or rollK-sTKIts. Meets TuevuijrnlKhtt in Masonic Hall. Visit. wmcmlioM invited to attend the Court meet- " I'.UllKAUCIt. LouiHSriEits. Iteeonler. TCI.AOSTAFF I.ODUK. No. m, I1KNKVO- "- I.KNT AX II PKOTEGTI VK OHDKH OF M.KS. Meets every Tuesday nlht In Keil Men's Hall. Msltlnif brothers nro cordially invltisl to at Xe?A. ... c H.COIII.K. K.11 OM. Fuxsto.v, Secretary. pLAQSTAFK IXHJd K."nO. 1.1. A. CKVwT Meets oi cry Thursday nlirht In Mnsonle Hall. VlslUnjr members...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 October 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. V VSanta Fe Pa, R, R. Co, Condensed Time Card No. 7. (In effect June 4, 1899. WIST. BAST. STATIONS. NO. I. NO. 2. 10 00 p. Lv Chicago Ar 9 00 p. 10 50 o. . -.Kansas City... ....... 7 00 a. 3 30 a. ... Denier . 5 00 p. 4 25 a. Ln Junta.. . 1150 a. 9 05 p Albuquerque .. . ... in 85 p. 2 25 a. . . .... Wlngatc .. Lv 5 37 p. 4 55 a. Gallup ..... 5 15 p. 5 47 a. .. ... Jlolbrook 1 35 p. 7 05 a. ... Winslow 12 35 p. 9 28 a. .. Flagstaff 10 37 a. 11 IS a. ....Williams . 0 15 a. IJ3U p. Ar .. Ash Fork ...Lv 7 55 a. IS 35 p. Lv ..Ash Fork .. Ar5 40 a. 227 p Ar ..Jerome Jo ...Lv 3 42 a. 3 10 p. ... Prescott 2 55 a. 0 45 p .. Congress Jc , 1117 a. 9 30 p. Ar Phoenix Lv 8 30 p. 1230 p Lv Ash Fork ..... Ar 7 35 a. 2 10 p. ....Peach Springs ..Lv 3 45 o. 3 45 p. . . Kingman ... 12 50 a. 5 45 p The Needles 9 55 p. 7 33 p. ... Hlake 8 45 p. 9 30 p. . . Hagdad ....... fl 15 p. 1205 a. Daggett 355 p. KM a. ... ..Ilarstow .......... 3 35 p. 1 55 a. .. .... Kramer 12 10 p. 3 53 a. ... ...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 October 1899
"jW-l- THE COCONINO SUN. A t EVERY MAN HAS A HOBBY I c Ours is Printing, and wo think we know f S - how to do the right kind. Remember, S f it doesn't cost any more for Good Print- f ing than bad when you go to the right J Printer. We do Good Printing. j S Wo would bo pleased to show you S J samples of up-to-date work done in the , f c regular course of our trade. " f I THE COCONINO SUN. C 7-i tilS&MB k
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 November 1899
Cfya Coconino Sun. vol. xvi. FLAGSTAFF, NOVEMBER 4, 1899. No. 41. T. A. KIOKDAN. FmUnt SI. . JtlOlDAN. Snrturr J r.V. S1SSON. Tnnurrr. , J i . jj ARIZONA jj LUMBER AND TIMBER COMPANY. , , j: ; Msauhcturerscl 1.IIU ' Native Pine Lumber Props, Stulls, Boxes, Lath, : ; Piling, Shingles, j ; Ties, Lagging. Sasb and! Doors. ;! i; Flagstaff, Arizona, : PWwwSHWIHIBLlH!'WBkUll4 agaa 7j;.i-i.a-r F&WSHi'gv!g3''g
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 November 1899
IS rilK COCONINO SUN. 1 - s3uI Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Digests what you eat. Itartlficiallydlgotsthcfoodandatdi Nature in strengthening and recon structing the- exhausted digestive or gans. It N the laiostdiscovered digest ant and ionic No other preparation can mipTKicli It in efllclency. It In-t-tiintly rohevisatid permanently cures Dy-jM-pslu, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour iStntnach, Nnusea, siekHenilaehe.Gasn.ilgla.Cramps.ana all othi-rveitiliMif Imperfect digestion. Prepared by C,. C DeWItt & Co., CqIcobo. PIONEER DRUG STORE. SANITARY PLUMBING A specialty is innilu of Sanitary Plumbing of ill kinds. The placing of Hath Tubs, Sinks, etc., is attended to in the most clentllib manner. Tinning, Hooting and Giilvuiiled Iron work can be done ttpeedily and Mitisfactorily. Makes connec tions with water m.tins and can furnish any amount of piping, with necessary fixtures. In fact, has the largest Htock of ISrass GixnIh in this section of the Territory. Repair work promptly a...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 November 1899
Cfye Coconino Sun. Vor,. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, NOVEMBER 4, 1899. NO. 41 K r ARIZONA JUSTICE. The Way It It Administered Down in Clark' Valley. Largo bundle- of 18aar.it excite ment permeated the atmosphere In the vicinity of Greenlaw's mill, down in till) pastoral piccincts of Clark's v.il-lej-, when the week was jming. Tmi limli-loppur", who had been soaking tlii-lr systems with cinematic centrifugal scrum for several ilajs past, concluded to cease their servile labors and take lth them much of the worldlj goods of tint camp above the mill, whore they were winking. They did. Thoj also took with them un receipted bills from the oomiiil' '.i i-Iut and the jugged juice joint, and they were unpaid. Their bundle of booty Included hams knives blanket and other necessities or life, besides the uiip.iid accounts at the tore, mill and saloon. During the stillness of the night l hey diligently distmhed the ilttit in the trail toward Moiiiion Dairj. Now. at the commissary there is a .Milium man nam...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 November 1899
TllK COCONINO SUN. troos iiml the whole valley is now ' Irrigated with the sweat of thuir thoughtless brows. All this time they tire Iwliiyr guarded by two men whose salaries per day amount to $(i,"0. Still revenge Is sweet anil no matter if it does cost $2.o() per ilay to nee them Mvf, thoy tiro bound to say they saw thorn wiw see? The conundrum that is being pro pounded down there in the hollow is: How much will It. cost to have thorn work out their sentence? The Governor' Report. Wool Growers Pass Resolutions, A press dixp.it eh from Washington says: 'Governor Murphy of Arizona. In his annual report to the Secretary of the Interior, renews his idea for statehood, savin;; it has been denied to Arizona 'because of sectional prejudice, ignor ance, an imaginary partisan policy and selfishness.' " Other recommendations are for a cession of all the public lands within Arizona to tho territory or slate, pond ing which the territory should be authorized to lease them as grazing lands: a ...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 November 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Among the Lodges. On Saturday night Gnitul Canyon Chapter No. 4. Order of Eastern Star, was organized hurt. Tho Instituting ollicer was .1. A. Maurer, deputy grand pation.- Tlie following olllcers wore duly installed, the ceremony taking place in Masonic Hull: Mrs. .1. A. Maurer, worth. matron; Dr. E. S. Miller, worthy patron; Mis. T. S. Hunch, associate matron: Mrs. .1. A. Morse, conductress; Mrs. Jennie Bay less, associate conductress; .1. T. Mo Williutns, secretary: Mr". Marvin Heal, chaplain: William Kriedlein, tro.is urer; Mrs. T. .1. Coalter. warden T. J. Coalter, sentinel: Mrs. II. E. Campbell, Mrs. W. II. Cunpbell. Mbs Lillian Heal, Miss Carrie Port. Mr-. .). T. .McWilliams ollieers of the sisir. The chapier i-t.ictH out with twenty-live chai ter members. KI.iKm.iir Lodge No. 7, K. & A. M., has during the past jear largely in crease! its membership and has now a nuiulierof petitions for degiees await ing the action of the lodge. Mountain Lodge, K. of I'...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 November 1899
THK COCONINO SUN. GLOBE TO TONTO BASIN. Territorial Prison. u M Ti A Railroad That Is of More Than Passing Interest to Flagstaff. Tlio mission of Piesldent Giirlmii of tho G. V., G. fi N., Col. Kpes Il.in tlolpli, superintendent of the Ailzona division of tho S. P., is of oxtrnoidiu ury inteiest to the people of Gilu county. Both uro men of sulllclont ex perience and (lno judgment to consider u practical mllio.ul loulu without drawing any adverse conclusions fioui the tough country traversed by thu wagon road, when the eontlno them selves to thu most available loute, and consider tho lesouroos of tho country to bo tapped by the raid. We lme every reason to hope that the line will boon bo extended into the Coconino forest. Thu Santa Fe has had u innn oH)ly In tho-o magiiilicoiit timber le gions, while the S. P. was unable to gel a nibble at tho pudding. It seems rational to assume that tho benefit to bo derived fi oiu tapping the (jre.it for est would alone bo a suffloient incen tive...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 November 1899
K s?- H f THE COCONINO SUN TO THE CITIZENS OF FLAGSTAFF AND COCONINO COUNTY i ,it.ili'wf-r i i -"cTpv tt - t j V ' o o 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 Stqre. Call at once and examine for yourselves. A full, new, fresh stock of winter goods just received. J. W. WEATHERFORD, GENT'S FURNISHER.
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 November 1899
TUB COCONINO SUN. I BRIEF LOCALS. cwwwwwwwwwwvwv Satukday, Novemhkk 4, 18!1!. R. II. Hlack loft josterduy for Mesa City, where ho will winter. Envelopes suitable for mulling cabinet photographs for sale ut the SUN otllco. Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. Dennis of thu Dennis Lumber Compmy, M.ilne, spent Tuesday here. Mrs. J. F. Daggs anil children left Monday for Glemlalo, whore ihoy will spend tin) winter. Ladies' calling card, in the correct style-., printed In the latest copper-plato erlpt at this otllco. The ladles will find many useful articles on thu ." and 10 cent counter at the Second Hand store. Mrs. George II. Harney of Williams and sister, Miss Kdith Huyless of Gal lup, aVe visiting friends here. A. W. .linden has been awarded the contract for the brick work on tho ex tension of the Habbltt Hros. block. Tho regular monthly meeting of thu W. C. T. U. will be hold in the Pros byterlan church Tuesday. November 7, at 4 p. m. Perclval Lowell of tho Lowell Ob servatory and A. E. Douglas are...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 November 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. w WE ARE THE ONLY S S S M L. m m? & p merchants who handle a complete line of the celebrated MONARCH BRAND of iMniieil foods, which are the purest and best obtainable. When you want cood jjoods, WE HAVE THEM When ,iou want the prices, WE MAKE THEM When you want the quality, W Wit WE KEEP IT WE INTEND TO ALWAYS FURNISH YOU WITH THE BEST GOODS ty AT $ CORRECT PRICES We are now chwinjf out a full line or LADIES LOW CUT SHOES wliich sliotilil 1: seen to lie appreciateu -v COME EARLY AND SECURE THE BEST SELECTION w P, R, WEATHERFORD & CO,, f FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. 6!g5g5geese6e6
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 November 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. W. II. Duntutn. Superintendent of the forest reserves of Now Mexico and Arizomi, Is In town today. Lost Gold ring, opal set, surrounded by eight dliitnonns. Finder will ho rewarded on leaving at Post office Jewelry Store. Jos. Harr, Win. Hicklin, Sam Doug las and H. II. Camei-on returned from the Last Chaneu mine Tuesday, work on the mine having been suspended for tlio winter. fliirri-on Conrurd, well It noun in Flagstaff, is acting as editor of thu Phoenix Gazette, the illness of Jack. Paul Hull's young son, necessitating his father's earnest eare. Harry J. Bean, manager of the Flag staff Electric Light Co.. has an artlelo in the September issue of The Journal of Elect rlulty. Power and Gas, S.m Francisco, entitled "A Typical Street Hallway Plant." The article Is well illustrated. Professor Swift, the well-known as tronomer in charge of the Lowe Ob servatory at Echo Mountain, Cali fornia, says (hero is no use of people looking for the expected fall of stars only o...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 November 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. A A, J ; O. II. Akers, who has been renewing hit acquaintance In Northern Ari zona, returned to Phoenix Wednesday. Mr. Akers Is the efficient, nml popular Secretary of the Territory and he has many friends In this part of Arizona. Mrs. David Babbitt, who for the past two weeks lias been seriously ill, was taken to Los Angeles Thnr.-day. She is In a critical condition, hut tinder the advice of her physicians she was taken to the coast with the hope that the change would be of benefit. David Babbitt, Mrs. C. .1. Habbitt and Dr. D. .1. Hranneii accompanied the invalid to Los Angeles. Robbery and Arson. Thursday morning iihotit " o clock George Morgan anil Henry Cooper dis covered smoke issuing from the Flag staff Cash Stoie and immediately gave the alarm. A line of hose was laying ulong Vail' east sidewalk and attached to the liwlrant. This was promptly made use of and the lire xwis put out before the arrival of any of the hose companies. An examination of the premise...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 November 1899
Tin: coconino sun. dL NOTIOK OF AMENDMENT OK THK AltTlCLES OF INCOItPOUATION OK ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER COMPANY. Notlco Is hereby Khcn that ut a meeting of the stockholders of Arizona Lumber & Timber Company helil at the ontco of said rorimrotlnn In the Town of Flagstaff on the '.Tth duy of February, im, iluo notice thereof having regu larly lieen given to nil the stockholders of said corixiration anil all of the shareholders of sold corporation having been at wild meeting repre sented and all of the requirements of thullv Laws of said corioratlou having been fully compiled with, the follow In resolution was at sakl meeting unanimously adopted by u ;ote of all shareholders of said corporation thero rep resented: "llcsoUed, That It is the sense of this meet ing thai such stcp as arc necessary betaken by tho proper officers of Arizona Lumber & Timber Company to amend Its articles of Incor poratton In such a matiner that the Hoard of Directors shall consist of three (3) mem...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 November 1899
Till; COCONIMO SUN. n minutes W Him I ft Cor. No MOT II Last banco mill site bra Siideitrees 51 minutes V till II ft, Ayres iv.tk In the (Iriind Canyon brs !t 6? d( (frees J8 minutes K. thence N M decrees 31 minutes V ar II eleicrce-s 17 minutes K W ft tn Cor No i, thence N 37 de-irrees J7 minutes K ar 1 1 degrees 22 minutes K. IVJO ft to Cor No 3, thence S 5J eltvree s si minutes K ar 14 de crees a minutes i: On) ft to Cor No 4 thene-e S 37 decrees 37 minutes V ur 1 4 decrees 23 minutes K to Cor. No I place uf lie irlnnlni;,. containing 3D (V) acres I.ast Chance Mill Site, SuneyNo ism II Ilezlnnln at Cor. No I whence U.S I. M No 1 brs N ft dctcrics 0.1 minute s W Mel'l I ft Cor No 1-IJ.VtA Last Chance lodo lirs N 9 degrees M minutes 21) seconds K 1311111ft ar 14 decrees IB minutes K, thence S 1 dtitrec 47 minutes W ar 14 ikvrces lb minutes i: 310 1 ft Cor No .', them o S 88 decrees 13 minutes Kar Udeirrets 17 minutes 11 7U2 ft to Cor No J thtnee N I dtirree 47 minutes K ar 14 diimi...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 November 1899
TI1K COCONINO SUN. LODGE DIRECTORY. QUAUII TRIM. NO. H, I. O. It. M. Meets (in Sleep of 3d Sun. Haeli 7 Suns at 7 Ituns. 30 Ilrcatlis. Wigwam, comer Uallroad avenue aad Lcroux street. Vlsltlnir trlbo mem bers w elcome. W. Ciiunkiiiik. Sachem. J. M. SlMi-sox. Q.ot It. J r, 1'hikst. C. of W. JOUNTAIN I.01K1K.NO. IMC. OK 1'. Meets In Masonlo Hall ei ery Wednesday nUht. Vlsltlnir jnlirhts nro conllnltv Inlteil to nttcml It. F. IlONdliLIKI, C. (,'. C. A. lli'sii. K. of It. nnil S. f-OUIlT COCONINO. NO. HW, INDIII'KND- s- .NT (IKIll.lt Of lIHlhSTMLS. Meets Tuesday nluhts In Masonic Hall Visit ing members Invited to attend tho Court meet-'n?- F. I. 1IKAI, ('. It. I.ouihSpibhs, Recorder. , a MILUGAN, MNUrCTURtR OP Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER. . TLAOSTAKP I.OIX!:. No. W. HKNF.VO 1 i.KSTAMruoTECTivEoui.nor ri.K. Meets cicry Tuesday nlirht In lied Men's Hall. Vlsltlnit brothers nre conllallv lnvllel to at te, f. II. COHI.K, K. It. U. M. Kc.nsto.v, Secretary. pi.AOSTAFP LODOn, NO. 1....