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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 December 1899
ltw awreratrnwsjirgd L'dtiiS ILl':'-,'l TUB COCONINO SUN. V Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Digests what you eat. Itartlficiallydlgeststhefoodandaida Wature In strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans. It Is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach It In efficiency. It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, SickHeudache,Ga.stulgla,Cramps,and all other resull3 of imperfect digestion. Prtpartd by E. C OtWitt A Co.. Coleago. PIONEER DRUG STORE. SANITARY ft" PLUMBING A specialty 1h made of Sanitary Plumbing of ell kind. The placing of Bath Tubs, Sinks, etc., is attended to in the most wjientlfie manner. Tinning, Roofing and Galvanised Iron work can be dono speedily and xatisfuctorily. Makes connec tions with water mains and can furnish any amount of piping, with necessary Bxtures. In fact, has the largest stock of Brass Goods in this section of the Territory. Repai...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 December 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. ! DONT PURCHASE A READY-MADE SUIT Ifavo some Individuality about your attlro! I can jfivo you a porfcOt. fitting suit, made from the finest doraestio or imported goods, at reasonable prices. Orders taken for Ladies' and GentleaienV Mackintoshes, in any stylo desired by the customer. S. BARRON, Merchant Tailor, Railroad Avenue, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. HOLIDAY PRESENTS, The Kind everybody will appreciate, no cheap goods that you can buy every where, at any time, at any price, but the best quality in WATCHES, CLOCKS, RINGS, SILVERWARE, SOUVENIR SPOONS, NOVELTIES and many other suitable presents. ;D ADATnrriQ watchmaker and jeweler. t JTf fllJLLOt Opposite Rtlltoid Depot. I. W. HARPER WHISKY Sold for Medical Purposes only. J. d. DONAHUE, Sole Agent fop Arizona. INVESTMENT THIS SAFE LEADTO FORTUNE One hundred thousand dollars real estate will bo Klven away at Lam Vcnas, New Mexico, on the 28th of December to subscribe to the. Humanitarian Home ami Sanitarium for Con sumptiv...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 December 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. V Notice (or Publication. H. E. 1515. Land Office at Prescott. Ariz., Nov. S3, 1899. Notice In hereby Riven that the following, named settler has given notice ot his Intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that wild proof will be made before the Clerk of the Probate Court at Flagstaff, Ariz., on January S, 1900. viz: John McCoy of Rhoadex, Ariz., f or the NR H Sec. H, T. 2! N., It. E. He names, the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, Raid land, viz: Charles O'Connor and David Tate of Flagstaff, Ariz.; John F, Fulkerson and Harney Fletcher of Hhoudes, Ariz. Fkkdeuick A. Tbitlk, Jil. Register. First publication Nov. 3. Lessor's Notice. To all whom It Mav Concekn: Notice Is hereby given that theOniml Canyon mine sluated In Pine Spring mining district. Coconino county, Arizona, which Is under lease to parties working the same, and that neither the mine nor the owners' thereof will be re sponsible for any la...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 December 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. ARTICLES OP .INCORPORATION or ,TH 6RAND CANON COPPER COMPANY We, the undersigned, (or the purpose ot forming a corporation under Chapter 2, Title 12, ot the Revised Statutes of Arizona, and Aots amendatory thereof and additional there to, to transact the business hereinafter men tioned, do adopt the following Articles of In corporation, viz: FIRST. The names of the corporators are Mllford E, Spauldlng of Prescott, :. Arlrona; Joseph It. Hatch and Joseph W. Spauldlng of Melrose, Mass., and Frank II. Tobey of Boston. Mass. The name of the corporation Is Grand Canon Copper Company and Its principal place of transacting business Is at Its mine In the Grand Canon of the Colorado, located In Coconino county, Artzona.aboutslxiy'mlles north-westerly of Selivman, Arizona. It may have an office at Prescott, Arizona, Boston, Mass., and such other places as its directors may deem expedient. SECOND. The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted is mining and redu...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 December 1899
j- -q itip33arvjiiU i THE COCONINO SUN. scribed to the foregoing Instrument, and ac knowledged to me that he executed the same for the purposes und considerations therein expressed. Ulven under my hand this eleventh day of November, A. D. IKW. J, M. W, Moohk, Justice of the Peace. U. S. Documentary stamp, 10c. cancelled. Uecorded at request of M. K. Spaulding, No vember SO, A. I). 1899, at 10 o'clock a. m.. In Hook I, pages 229 et seo.., Records of Coconino county, Arizona. T. E. Pctixiam, County Recorder. First publication Decembers. Mineral Application No. 423. United States I.and Office, Prescott. Arizona. October 3, law. Notice Is hereby ulven that Uulph H.Cameron et at, whose postofllce oddress Is Flagstaff. Ari zona, have made application for a United States patent for the Last Chance lode mining claim, and Last Chance mill site claim, mineral survey No. 1 3.18 A and II, situate in the (Ira ml Canon Minimi Dlstrlct(tCounty of Coconino, Territory of ArlzonaJ'eoterlng 730 fret I...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 December 1899
If n BWWi THE COCONINO BUN I J The Large Stock of 5 Christmas and Holiday i I JC Goods 3T 1 PIONEER DRUG STORE 1 jJbL- Must be disposed of before January JL. '900, and will be offered at prices that k ifjraftfo K them vanish. Don't go else- J , where for your 4 CHRISTMAS PRESENTS But remember this great Slaughtering Sale. COME EARLY In order to secure choice 'selectu as from stock. I i PIONEER DRUG STORE," ffi
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 December 1899
- rffggffiiliBM r i :' a (foconino Sun, ru T .J '.XUfc. Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, DECEMBER 30, 1899.' No. 49. 1 T. A. KlOKDANfPntSJtai. M.J. KIOtDAN. Stenutr J '' F. r, SISSON. Tniwrer. J jj AKIZQNA j; jl LUMBER AND TIMBER I i- " l COMPANY; ;'J? & .. Il"" T WjinuUcturen of '& 'f J Native Pine Lumber, ; : . It I : - .. J; w fy Props. StuHsT Boxes, Lath, ; . i; Piling, Shingles. ;! !; Ties, Lagging. Sash and Doors. ;t fi; v Flagstaff, Arizona, : mjhuul... kBUfcWL. .Wff
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 December 1899
f I, yS .. rfnr,,Fwir-Kit,lLll,. jkjjjgj ' ""i"n'""- TIIK COCONINO SUN. i Stffea f f ft llf" ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, 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. Hi M. J. WINSLOW BRICK . KENNEDY )jf p. i Jtr From a Single Brick To a Train Load For Prices and Information. Address M. J. KENNEDY. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, FLAGSTAFF. - ARIZONA. rLSQUOR STORE 1 "Sl I JULIUS AUBINEAU, I f DEALER IN J ft C FINE S I WINES, WHISKIES I 7 LIQUORS -CIGARS . Quletett place in town. N j No gambling allowed. Family Trade Solicited. 3
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 December 1899
f-a.yqfroiJt.ffo Cfye Coconino Sun. . i I Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, DECEMBER 30, 1899. NO. 49 Flagstaff Sewage System. The progress of Flagstaff depends entirely upon the energy and push of ItH Inline i inon, iind It 1h duo to the public spirit of Its business men that Flagstaff 1ms more public improve mt'iiti than any town of ItH size on the PilCilll! Coast. With it splendid water system it natmally follow s lh.it a soaj; sstom must In- constructed, and the town not being in iinaueial condition to build a HiHt class sewage sytem, the Flug staff Drainage and Itnprovt'iiient Com pwy war. organized to construct the s stem. Arrangements' were made with the Town Council, whereby the city may obtain cotit i ol of I In system y at piuclicull.v cost. '1'lie Flagstaff Drainage and Impinge ment Company was oi anized in Aug ust last and i lie. coutr.ict for the con stiuction of the hewer let to Messrs,. Cornish and McWilliaius, who began woik in September. The work was practically complete the lat...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 December 1899
' vT ipv s?V' T ,&v? t:i THE COCONINO SUN. TOTAL ACREAGE. Prevented a Tragedy. .' :TWaM How Arize na Compares with Other States. The folliwing ttible, compiled from reports received from the vurioiw local liitid ofllces gives un approximate esti mate of tho-unreserved and unappro priated hinds in the mountain Mates und territories at the close of tlio fiscal year: ACRES. Arizona 52,iiN4(ll Colorado 4(l,18.",!l!)l Idaho 43.!Ki!,40S Montana S!t,07:t,4!H Nevada 1,:12J,740 New Mexico ."i7.050,(i.")0 Utah 4:i,80.'i,o07 Wyoming 48,777,;M The report also gives the irrigable areas of the arid region at 74,000,0(10 acres, distributed in the mountain states and territories as follows: Ari zona 2,000,000 acres, Colorado 8,000,000, Idaho 5,000,000. Montana 11,000,000, Nevada 2,000,000, North Dakota 2,000, 000, Utah 4,000,000, Wjomlng D.OOO.OdO. Timely Information given Mrs. George Long, of New Straltsville, Ohio, prevented a dreadful tragedy and sav ed two lives. A frightful cough had long ...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 December 1899
;&-MA -, "i ililhfci, ,, c -J if 8 THE COCONINO SUN. , ..Mfc'' jr aiMiimi t i V FAVOR STATEHOOD. The Congressional Committee Make Fav orable Impressions. A Neciiil train bearing the Congres sional committee reached here at 11 o'clock Tuesday morning. A ston of hair an hour was made, giving the large croud of our citizens, who hud gathered to receive the distlnguNhed fhvUitbrs, time to listen to short talks from and to shake hands with the vis itors. The members or the party were George L. Slump, senator from Idaho and chairman of the senate committee on ten iiori.-s: C. D. Clark, senator fr mi Wyoming; IJinger Hermann, com missioner of the guiiui-.il land ollicu; Gun. .1. IC. Ainswortli, in charge of the pension records of the war department and Governor N, (J. .Murphy. Short add real's were made by Sen alius Shoup and Clark and Finn. Hinger Hermann. K.ieh one spoke strongly in f.ivor of tlio admission of Arizona to statehood and each one said that an united effort on the part o...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 December 1899
n ll - ! tub cocoN'iNosrx i r d FOREST RESERVES. Important Conference Held With Desire to Compromise. Kiir more than two hours or from 11:45 u. in. until 2 p. in., a committee of Ihu from Coconino county conferred with citizen-, of the vallex at the hoard of trade room today, having under discussion tlio forest ru-urvu problem. Tho northern men are David Habbitt, T. II Pollock, K. S. C.'o-ney and M. .1. lllordan of Flavian" and Max Siilziiiiin of Williams men of liirjfo capital and who represent every line of industry in that section. Miissfs. Gosney and Uiordan spoke at length of tho nmtnal interests of the two section-., and they expressed a de sire to jr0l together, ask Gen. Wilson to withdraw the pending hill to throw tho reserves open to ra.intf and to allow tho departments m Washington to Investigate ami act later, allowing stock to graze in tho meantime. Col. .lurry Millay presided and W. .1. Murphy, .1. K. Hark and J. K. Dooliltlo were chosen as a committee of three to propa...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 December 1899
UJiLiLlSU THE COCONINO SUN. X X FOR X X Christmas, 1899, New Years, 1900, The Latest Styles and Most Magnificent Patterns of Neckwear in Arizona. Knox Silk Hats, Derbys and Fedoras, Winter Styles. An clcsint lino of Dress Shots In VIci Kid. Cnlf Skin, Kangaroo, Cordovan and Camel Skin In Illaclc, Tan and Russet. Dress Overcoats and Ulsters Tho celebrated II. S. & M. " Warmbacks." A full line of Dress Shirts, white and Colored. The celebrated Dent Glove, silk lined. Underwear In Silk, Wool ami Halhriggan, English and American Manufacture. The Hell known and thoroughly tested Shawknlt and Hole-Proof Sox that never require mending. Kngllsh and American made All -Wool Sweaters, and for rough weather we have Mackintoshes, Hubbers, Three-Buckle Overshoes. Jersey Top Self-Acting Over Shoes. CnnvDH Coats. Legglnps, Water-Proof Gloves and Wool Mufflers. A full line of Trunks, Traveling Hags, VulKes, Telescopes and Hand Satchels. California Wool Blankets-Comforters. In fact, everything In...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 December 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. im i :- Pa i. . . - "v, . r j,iJ."ijii:s he ocouimi mt. Entered In the Postofllee at Fl.w;sta(I as second class matter. Issued eicry Satunlay. Subscription price, two dollars a year. In advance. P. ery paper Is stopped nt theexplratlonof the tlmo p.ild for C. M. FUNSTON, Editor. Saturday, Dkcemiier 30, 18!)i). The postoflieo department has never handled so muny Christinas packages as this year. THE official way of spelling one or our island possessions is Puerto Rico, but the people will .still continue to spell it Porto Itico. At Saboba Ind.un reservation six In dians were killed by falling walls. One of our exchanges runs u head line. ''(Jen. Wil ui Work," and it has reference to the Arionu delegate In Congress, The work of Wilson so f.ir bus been ugailisl every interest in in the territory and the people are longing for the time to come when they can (five thu Jumbo delegate a holiday. THE Hoers are coining gold at the rate of $."00,000per week. The world's supp...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 December 1899
; j &&JGWfWMto i. f.ri - -. - THE COCONINO SUN. ffo '' W j& 'J Reply to Open Letter of E. S. Clark. Flagstaff, Arizona, December 29. 1899. Editor Coconino Sun: Mr. E. S. Clark, in the lust issue of the Sun, asked me the following prconal ques tion: "Let. me ask you, M. .1. Riordan, trustee, what you would have done had the victim of jour whitewashed 'prin cipal' been Mamie or Helen Hiordan, or one of your own children, instead of Kutie Foreman?" 1-et me tell E. S. Clark, lawyer, that I am not the happy po-sessor of a ''prinuip.il," whitewashed orotherwisc, and in making this statement I antici pate the cheap pun which Mr. Clark may be moved to perpetrate. In answer to the direct question quoted above, I unhesitatingly say that, had the child been my own and I a trustee, and hud the evidence come to me the same as it did in the case sub mitted by Mr. Clark, my action would have been exactly the same as it was in that case. I should regret such a situation in my family, bu...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 December 1899
:.CAit&-- THE COCONINO SUN. wvwwwwwwwwvww I BRIEF LOCALS. Saturday, Decemhkk no, 18!)!). Children's rocking chairs. C.isli Store. , George MoAdams was in from tho Wolf trading Kwt this week. A bountiful line of fancy furniture tit the Cash Store. Prof. Oimmick left last Saturday on visit to relatives in Louisiana. Dr. P. O. Cornish and family re turned to Albuquerque Tuesday? Mrs. D. Reynolds returned Monday from a visit to relatives in Missouri. Sheriff Johnson has appointed Lehi Howard, of Tuba City, deputy sheriff. Tho Cash Store windows will help you decide what, to buy for an Xtnas gift. Aflldavits of lalwr performed on min ing claims are keeping Recorder Pul liam busy this week. What to buy for a Christmas gift is the question we can solve for you. Flagstaff Cash Store. Mrs. Clark Hltt left Sunday for Tempo whero she will spend the com ing threo months with her parents. Tho newest and neatest designs in gentlemen's ties, gloves, slippers, muf flers and shoes can be had at ...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 December 1899
9 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft m ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft .jjtfd&.i' '- .vfeJ-" THE COCONINO SUN. mmmmmm&mmmmmmmmmm&mm uerchantH wlio handle a complete line of the celebrated MONARCH BRAND of canned goodx, which arc the purent and best obtainable. WE ARE THE ONLY When jou want good jroods, WE HAVE THEM When joii want the price., WE MAKE THEM When .on want the iiiillty, WE KEEP IT WE INTEND TO ALWAYS FURNISH YOU WITH THE BEST GOODS AT CORRECT PRICES Wr are now clo-in; out a full line of LADIES' LOW CUT SHOES which hhould lie seen to be appreciated COME EARLY AND SECURE THE BEST SELECTION ft P, R, WEATHERFORD & CO,, 3$ FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. xfij Hi
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 December 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. r".t E. E. Ellinwood left this morning for San Jucinto, Cal. Mrs. Oscar Le Huron left this morn ing to visit relatives in Ciiliforniii. Tho Second Hand Store bus u lino selection of dolls and doll heads ut right prices. A hose house is being built for the Nevin hose company ut the northeast corner of Babbitt corral on Lerottx street. Our lino of gents' furnishing goods is complete ami down to date. Con vince yourself by looking at our win dow. Cash Store. Messrs. David Babbitt, E. S. Gosney, M. .1. Riordan and T. E. Pollock went to Phoenix Tuesday to bo present at tho reception of Congressional visitors Wednesday. Neal & Gartin have engaged in the wood business and are furnishing wood at the rate of $2.50 per cord. Leave orders at Mudersbach's butcher shop, telephone No. 23. C. H. Edwards, cashier of the Ari zona Central Hank, has resigned as Town Clerk, his duties at the bank necessitating this action. Fred Rob erts has been appointed his succes-or by the Coun...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 December 1899
THK COCONINO SUN. fr- Furniture, furniture, furniture. Two carload just received ut Flagstaff Cash Store. William R. Ashurst, who is attend ing the Pacific College at Santa Rosa. Cat., has been elected editor of the college p.iper for the ensuing year. G. D. Skinner, of Jamestown, X. Y., a nephew of 1'rof. A. N. Taylor, princl p.il of tliu Northern Arizona Normal, ui rived last week und will upend home time here, F. B. Blest man or the New Hank Hotel Is spending the week in Los Angeles. During the absence of Land lord Biestmun, Oswald Rueokert is actinia- "mine host." Theie will bo an oyster nipper at the residence of Mis- Retla Ik-usley on Tuesday night, January t. A Miiail charge will be made for refreshments, the proceeds to go to the benellt of the Epnorlh League. A head end collision between two freight 1 1 alns took place at the water tank Tliur-ctuy morning. Both engines h.id the pilot and headlights demol ished and the trucks of the east loiind engine cio liroken causing the...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 December 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. 1 '-' V- Christmas buyers and lookers will bo Hindu welcome at tho Second Hand Store. Our Christum stock is all new and is open to inspection. Your money back if every article is not as it is represented. Miss Lou Hunter, one of the accomp lished teachers in tliu Flagstaff schools, arrived in Prescott Monday afternoon to spend the holidays with her sifter, Miss Ella Hunter, a prominent music teacher of that place. R. M. Doonnd wife left Wedne-duy for Washington. D. C Mr. Dou will appear before the U. S. Supreme Court in the case of Coconino County vs. Yavapai County, which comes up bo foie the court early in January. Al. Parshall, a well known locomo tive engineer, formerly in the employ of the A. & P. railroad, and one of the best mechanics in Ari.ona, is in charge of tho engine and machinery of the Vai Verde smelter. Journal-Miner. The D. M. Riordun Hose Company received their new uniforms Mnnduy and tho members were out. on dress parade that day. Whiteduck t...