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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 2 December 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. A ways, and most lovable disposition, coupled with the queenly atrlbutes so essential to a maid of honor, or queen for that matter, she will rank first among all maids of honor and be one of the most brilliant of all the scintillat ing stars In tlie queen's retinue. The skylight city has every reason to be proud of their maid of honor, and tho Plioenecians in the torrid city of canals will congratulate us upon our fair daughter when she enters upon her duties to the queen. Arizona Mining Men. Governor Murphy lias appointed the following gentlemen as delegate to the International Mining Congress, which will be held in Milwaukee next June: James Colqulioun, Clifton; V. F. Staunton, Cougrecs; James Dougla-s, Frescott; S. A. F.iinell, Globe: A.J. Doran. How ells: N. V. Sheckles. Crown King; Dr. J. M. Ford, Phoenix; Prof. W. P. Hlake, Tucson; Charles K. Wores, Tucson; Jolm C. Martin, Mar tinique; V. B. McCleary, Tucson; Frank Powers, World's Fair mine; J. U. Seager, Hel...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 2 December 1899
'ivtl.lm, '- t - T '-J MmiMMHiHHm - BBBWaBXarfiUfcaMtrta.LttKnt.ri.j.ftf. 1 THE COCONINO SUN. J BRIEF LOCALS. wwwwwwvwwwvww Saturday, December 2, 1899. Walter Dccsoa and family aro stop ping In Jerome for tho winter. Mrs. P. M. Zuck of Holbrook is visiting her daughter, Mrs. S. II. Fine. Horn Sunday, November 26, 189!l, to the wife of J. I Arnolds, u daughter. Envelopes suitable for mailing cabinet photographs for sale at the Son office. E. S. Gosney and family returned yesterday from n months stay in North ern California. Ladies' calling cards, in the correct styles, printed in tholatesteopper-plato script at this office. E. E. Ellinwood is looking after a shipment of several thousand fat sheep from Seligman today. Tho ladles will find many useful arttole on the . and 10 cent counter at the Second Hand store. H. L. Slmmonds, of Sun Diego, has arrived with a choice line of Japan ese goods. Donahue block. Harry Pyle, tho manager of the Wil liams branch of the Arizona Central Hank spe...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 2 December 1899
THE COCONINO SUN M WE ARE THE ONLY m m m AS i m 5 merchants who handle a complete line of the celebrated MONARCH BRAND of canned (foods, which are the purcht and best obtainable. When jou want good goods, WE HAVE THEM When jou 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 We are now doting out a full line of LADIES' LOW CUT SHOES which should be seen to be appreciated COME EARLY AND SECURE THE BEST SELECTION P, R, WEATHERFORD & CO,, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. trqammmm tamm Mi
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 2 December 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. All members of Flagstaff Lodge, No. 499, B. P. O. Elks, are requested to meet at their hall at 2 o'clock sharp tomorrow uftornoon. For Xmas present go to II. L. Simmonds, in the Donahue blook. Ho has a lino of .lap silk goods, China cups and saucers, tea and chocolate sets, vases, ol II. II. Watkins, the Kingman drug-1 gist and manager of tho Kingman branch of the Arizona Central Bank, I is spending a few days in town tho guest of T. E. Pollock. Tablets, Ink, pencils, paper, slates, copy books, school bags and school sup- j piles can Do bought at tho Second Hand Store at lower prices than these arti cles havo lieen heretofore Mild in Flag staff. " Frank Beal, Miss Llllie Heal, Mrs. .1. W. Francis and childien, B. Black and M. Bassett loft yestei day for Phoenix. They went by team across tho country anu expect to take In tho sights of tho carnival on Tuesday. Tho exercises at the Northern Ari- zona Normal on Wednesday were ap- j propriate to Thanksgiving day. Tho' p...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 2 December 1899
THB COCONINO SUN. Elk' Memorial Day. LODGE DIRECTORY. y Tlio first Sunday In DeL'emV)ero( each year is designated as a day to be ob served by every lodge (if Elks ns Mem orial Day. In accordance with theeus tom Flagstaff Lodge No. 499 H. P. O. E. will hold the memorial 'services in Babbit's hall at 3:15 p. m. to-morrow. Elegant Invitations have been sent out and elaborate preparations for the event have been made by the committee having the matter In charge. The fol lowing is the programme of the exer cises: OPENING CEREMONIES. 1. Overture v. Syathoar Orchttin 2. Ritual Work . . Mtmhtrt 3. Quartette, " Lead Kindly Light "- Mittet Loiit rf Bury , Mtttrt. SsaJhtgtn saJ Wttton 4. Ritual Work Mtmhtrt Opening Ode Mtmhtrt Prayer . CbapU'ia Jtmtt L Brrntt Solo, "Abldo With Me" Mrt. T. A. Flcrita Opening Address . Fullla. Chilrmia Male Quartette, "The Vacant Chair" ,tt.Mtttrt. Stadhttta. Fjiatt. Ftii snd Wilton Eulogy . F. ElllnvrxJ Selection Symphony Orcrturi Eulogy D. I. Bnaatn Quartette,...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 2 December 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Lagrlppe, with Its after effects, an nually destroys thousands of people It may be quickly cured by One Min ute Cough Cure, the only remedy that produces lmmediato results In coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, pneumonia and throat and lung troubles. It will prevent consumption. Pioneer Drug Store. J. D. Hridges, editor "Democrat," . Lancaster, N. H., says, "One Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy forV croup I over used." Immediately re lieves and cures coughs, colds, croup, asthm.i, pneumonia, bronchitis, grippe and all throat and lung troubles. It prcvcn'H consumption. Pioneer Drug Store. DON'T PURCHASE A READY-MADE SUIT Have some individuality about your attire! 1 can give you a perfect titling suit, made from the finest domestic or imported goods, at reasonable prices. Orders taken for Ladies' and Gentlemen's Mackintoshes, in any stjle desired by tho customer. S. BARRON, Merchant Tailor, Railroad Avenue, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. 9Hoa- J. P. ARNOLDS, WATCH MAKER and J...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 2 December 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. J Career of H. U. Mudge. Tho rullro.ul career of II, U. Mudge, general Huperintemlent of the Santa 1'V, whose advancement to tho ofllee of general manager of that system Janu ary 1 Is Bind to bo settled uion, is held up hv high railroad officials us a shin ing example. Mr. Mudge has been with the S.mtii Fe for twenty-seven years, his first woik on that road being done In tho capacity of a water loy for a section gang. He uas 1( years old at tli.it time. From tho osition of water boy bo lias gone up tile ladder via these rungs: Assistant station agent in a small Ion n, telegraph operator, brukeman, baggageman, freight con ductor, passenger conductor, train dis patchcr, roadmaster, trainmaster, as sistant division supi-iiutendunt, super intendent of the Hio Grande division, sunerintendentof the old western di vision, superintendent of old eastern division, superintendent of both divi sions, which were consolidated eany in 18!)0, the office he now holds. "He stuck wit...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 2 December 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. NOTICE OP AMENDMENT or THE ARTICLES OP INCOKPOKATION OP ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER COMPANY. Notice Is hereby ititen thai at a mcetlncof the. stockholders of Arizona Lumber Jt Timber Company held at the office of suld corporation In tho Town of Flagstaff on the '.Tth day of February, 1899, due notice thereof having regu larly been Klven to nil the stockholders of said corporation and all of tho shareholders of said corporation havlnebecn nt said meeting repre sented and all of the requirements of the Hy Laws of said corporation having been fully compiled with, the following resolution was at said meeting unanimously adopted by n tote of all shareholders of said coriniratlon there rep resented: "Kcvolved, That It Is tho sense of this meet Imr that such steps ns are necessary le taken by tho proper officers of Arizona Lumber & Timber Company to amend Us articles of Incor poration In such u manner that tho Hoard of Directors shall consist of three (3) members In s...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 2 December 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. y V E2SS minutes W 8103.4 ft Cor. No. 1-13.18 B Last tvianee mill site brs S degrees 61 minutes W IWH ft, Ayres Peak In the Grand Canyon bra a 67 degrees 28 minutes E; thence N 52 degrees S3 minutes V var H degrees 17 minutes 13 600 ft to Cor. No. 2; thence N 37 degrees 37 minutes E var U degrees 23 minutes E. 1500 ft to Cor. No. 3; thence S 52 degrees 23 minutes K var 14 de grees 22 minutes E 600 ft to Cor. No. 4; thence 8 37 degrees 37 minutes W var 14 degrees 22 minutes E to Cor. No. 1, place of beginning, containing 20.66 acres. Last Chance Mill Site, Survey No. 1258 II Beginning at Cor. No. I, whence U. S. L. M. No. 1 brs N 5 degrees .03 minutes W 5661.1 ft Cor. No. 1-13T8A Last Chance lode brs N 9 degrees 51 minutes 29 seconds E 13111.6 ft var 14 degrees 18 minutes Ej thence S 1 degree 47 minutes W var 14 degrees 18 minutes E 310.2 ft Cor. No. 2; thence S 88 degrees 13 minutes E var 14 degrees 17 minutes E 70.' ft to Cor. No. 3; thence N 1 degree 47 minutes E...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 2 December 1899
i .L y r i THE COCONINO SUN. ' ARIZONA CENTRAL BANIC( 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. S C. O. ROBINSON, Assistant Cashier. Uf M.J. WINSLOW BRICK Tfi KENNEDY jf? From a Single Brick To a Train Load For Prices and Information, Address M. J. KENNEDY. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, FLAGSTAFF. - ARIZONA. i LIQUOR STORE J I JULIUS AUBWEAU. I f Dlllll IN f C FINE S WINES, WHISKIES I 7 LIQUORS -CIGARS i Ouieldl place In (own. J No gambling allowed. p Family Trade Solicited. 7 - ft'KvM''',a'ftirtnH- A
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 9 December 1899
)iD?e Coconino Sun, Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, DECEMBER 9, 1899. NO. 46. T. A. flOtDAN. PrtiUtnl. Ml MIOtDAN. Stcnurr J, F.V. SISSON. Trt-uiir. ' ' I; ARIZONA ij LUMBER AND TIMBER I COMPANY, : i ' Mtauheturtrt of ' . ' , i mmtww ' I : Native Pine Lumfce ; . Props. Stulls, Boxes. Lath, i; Piling, Shingles. i; Ties, Laggine. Sash and Doors. ', : Flagstaff, Arizona, :
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 9 December 1899
TUB COCONINO SUN. LODGE DIRECTORY. A QKAIUI TIUHE, NO. 8. 1. O. H. M. A Complete Line of Wttchei, Clocks, Jewelry, SUrerwtre and SpeeUelei. THE - Post Office Jewelry Store ', Repairing neatly done and guar, anteed. 21 YEARS' EXPERIENCE J.A.MAURER. B. HOCK, !W,vwi Stationery News Stand FINE CIGARS, Domestic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectionery. ItAIMtOAD AVKNOK. Meets rm Sleep of 2d Sun. Kach 7 Sunt at 7 Huns, 30 Ilreatns. Wltfwam, corner Itallroad avenue aid Leroux street. Vlsttlm; tribe mem bers welcome. V. Ckonkiute, Sachem. J. M. Simpson, C. of It. J. K. Piiiest, C. of W. M OUNTAIN LODGE. NO. l. K. OF P. Meets In Masonic Hall every Wednesday night. "Kltlntr (nights are conllally Invited to attend. It. F. IloNGUEKa, 0. (J. I.ouis Spirits, K. of It. and S. "OUltT COCONINO, NO. MX). INDEPEND- KNT OIIIIKK Or rOKIMTKILH. Meets Tuesday nights In Masonic Hall. Visit 'nil members Invited to attend the Court mcct Irg. F. U IIeai. C 11. Louis Sl-mis, Hecorder. pr.AOSTAKF LOIKJE. No. ...
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Cfye Coconino Sun. Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, DECEMBER 9, 1899. No. 40 y J THE ELKS' MEMORIAL SERVICE. Impretsive Ceremonies at the Home Well Attended. Open The Elk' memorial service in tlie opera houo Sunday aft ei noon wii one of tlio most impressive and notiililu of nil their public ceremonies. Tho hull in IlM)lf huh u thln of beauts. The stage wiih richly car peted with rugs, tli Elation of tin) cliiiiriiiiin bunked with flowers; over head hung a noble elk's luad decor uted with smil.ix and setoff by colored lights, giving a beautiful effect to the front of the hall. Eieh of the windows were tilled with lloweis and the four stations of the ofllcet of the lodge were decorated and largo bouquets of carnation and other flower gave off their spicy, pungent odors, llllitig tlie large room. The hall was crowded with friend and relatlven of the Elks, giving ovi deneo that all were kindly dlsHised toward the lodge. Promptly tit. :1:1j tho member of the order left their lodge room in u buh. ni...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 9 December 1899
OMUMllULbta. THE COCONINO SUN. will come each year, gather around the altar of past and with tribute to our memory consign to earth all our faults and guard an untold wealth each golden gift of virtue. While we do not coma to weep nor mourn for the Inevitable, we come because we loved thera here and that If from their homo beyond In the azure sea of Heaven they look down upon us, they know that we have halted here amid the busy avocations of life to do honor to their memory. It was an able address, touching In thought and most Httlng to the occa slon. The male quartette composed of Messrs. Sandhagen, Held, Raines and Watson sang "The Vacant Chair." They did themselves much eredltand would have been heartily encored had Mich a proceedure been permitted. Mr. Klllnwood, in a few well uhosen i words, told of some Elks he had knowri who had gone on before and of whom it could be truly said, "This is a mun." While none of our immediate mem bers had been called, we were here to pay tribute...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 9 December 1899
T THE COCONINO SUN. J hopes iiml ambitions in the lit fill Held I of lift', our oiul being in common, It 1 whs out meet mat wo stioum dwell nil unity mid ilia, when our loved ones I for the last lime gathered around all ' that wui mortal, ami giued down Intoi llie pallid face of him whose form had put on Immortality, the tear drops Mint j come to the o.o would he the crystal ized jewels -died iimii the remains of a true, noble and thoughtful lifo of kind ! deeds, r.ither than the momentary pomp and splendor of shallow earthly sliow. Rev. Logic of the Presbj terian church and lies'. Urunk of the M. 10. church each In a short speech dwelt upon the respect we one the departed of this life, and In kindly thought and sentiment o expressed, made warm places in the hearts of the lilks. The services were closed liv riiu.il work by the members, followed by the Doxology aunt; by all. Rev. Logic tlien prououneed the Benediction. The Miceess of this, the most elalior ate and imposing utTu.ii- o...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 9 December 1899
THK COCONINO SUN. hc (Coconino gnu. Kntered In the Postoltlce at Flagstaff an second class matter. Issued cery Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars a Tear, in tulvnnw. l.'m.v .,,.,- Is fttopped at theexplratlotiot the time paid for C M. FUNSTON, Editor. Saturday, Decemiiek 0, IMS). The leport so vigorously circulated early in tliu week that tho Secretary of tho Interior hail issued an order prohibiting tho tinning of sheep on tho Arizona forest reserves proved on investigation to be entirely without foundation. No such order has been Issued, nor is the order likely to bu Issued. Tho sheepmen hao troubles enough, but tho agitator can c.iue them more ti nubia in a minute than cm bo undone in a ear. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Ptesldent McKlnloy on Tuesday sub mitted to Congress his annual mcHsagu reviewing ihu transactions of the gov ernment for tho past year and making recommendations for tliu future. After referring' to tliu death of Vice President Hobart, tho Piesident eon gralul...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 9 December 1899
THB COCONINO SUN. Sound Buiinesi Sense. Ji6-&-&6-Srfr6;6-&6-6&fr8-6Mfrt 4 f (fontrlbuteO.) Flagstaff inci chants have again nIiowii ii spirit of progresslveness and liberality, mingled with good hard litittinu-s sense, in tlio 7 o'clock closing law, which went into effect .Monday of this week. Our merchants teallze that tin over worked clerk is no economy by any menus. Stores tli.it are open for busi ness as bright und e.irly us our local institutions e.inntit afford to work their elotks from llfteen 10 sixteen hours, six days out of tins week, and expect thu same lesnlt from such employees as ones wlio work but reasonable llOtll'H. Local business can In-mi arranged tol liure custoiuur.s niuku their purchases before 7 o'clock p. in. What transient trade might want after thin hour would not justify our merchants to hold their stores open. The 7 o'clock closing law means stores will close promptly til 7 p. in., except Sati.id.iy evenings and the 20th of each month, whi...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 9 December 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. !-- wwvwwvwwwwwwv BRIEF LOCALS. J wwvwwwwwwwwvww Satuhday, Deckmuek 9, 189!). Mrs. Charles H. O'Doll left for Phoenix Wednesday. F. M. Zuck, one of t lie pioneers of Holbrook, is in town. The Second Hand Store has u lino ((election of dolls ami doll heads at right prices. W. M. Miller, bookkeeper for the Greenlaw mill, spent several da,s hero during the week. An enterulmuent will he given at Habbltt's opera house on tliu -2d inst. by the pupils of the Nativity School. Habbltland Hate Skins .'(O.OOO skins wanted dining the winter months. Ad dress Wood-Major Co., -U8 Kllkstreet, San Francisco, Cal. Now Is the time to select jour Christmas pi esents. The Second Hand Store has the largest stock ever In ought to Flagstaff. E. F. Greenlaw Ih recovering from tho operation performed uKin him for apendiullls in Los Angeles and is ex pected homo in a few dajs. After Dec. 1st, from uiidnight until (I o'clock in the morning, no lodging will be let to transients for i"i cents a...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 9 December 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. &S$$$$$$ ft $ $ M s im y WE ARE THE ONLY inei-clmiilB who handle u complete line of the celebrated MONARCH BRAND of c;iTinecl good, which lire the purest und best obtainable. When urn want cood oodti, WE HAVE THEM When ou want lilt prices, WE MAKE THEM When win want the finality. WE KEEP IT WE INTEND TO ALWAYS FURNISH YOU WITH THE BEST GOODS AT CORRECT PRICES We are miu ohwlnjr out a full line of LADIES' LOW CUT SHOES which chmiltl he seen to he appreciated COME EARLY AND SECURE THE BEST SELECTION I P, R, WEATHERFORD & CO,, f FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, Hi itegssg6eee66s6e6e&66 MMMUMatMan Hi H Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi
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THE COCONINO SUN. David Ual)lltt returned from Cincin nati, Ohio, Wednesday. Envelopes suitable for mailing cabinet photographs for sale ut the Sun otllee. Frank, son of Henry Dietzirmn, Is ill with pneurootilii til I'hoenlx mill is not expected to recover. Christmas buyers and looker will bo made welcome ut the Second Hund Store. Our Christinas stock Is all new und Is open to inspect ion. Your money back if every article is not us it is represented. V. II. Ubor, deputy supreme chief ranger, Arizona und Southern Cali fornia, Independent Order Pore-tern, spent Tuesday here. Ho visited Court Coconino und found it in u prosperous condition. The Fioneer Drug Stoie bus ulwuys been the Flagstaff heudquurters of Santa Cluus, und this year the big und llitlu folks will find the headquarters has u larger slock of Christmas goods llian ever before. December 23, 24, 25, und 2!, .10, III round trip excursion tickets will be sold between FlugstatT und ullsiutious on the Santu Pe I'ucilie ut one ...