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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
'zzmm . i .nmimmmJi TUB COCONINO SUN. A Pleasure Party. Mrs. K. P. Hipley came to Las Vegas Friday with her daughter and a party of six Smith college young ladles. The party was further chajwroned by Mm. K. CJ. Iluddleston of Chicago. From here they will go to Santa Fe and then on to California. By this trip Mrs. Hipley is giving her daughter's college friends a novel outing. The members of the party, Individually and collect ively, are typical collegiates. They thoroughly fulfill one's idea of what the Smith, Vassar or Wellesley girl is. The members of the party are: Mrs. K. P. Hipley and Miss Frances 1'. Ri ley, Riverside, 111.; Mrs. K. G. Iluddle ston, Chicago; and the Misses Ther ininu Townseld, Now York: Belle G. Baldwin, St. Johns, Mich.: Lucy Mon tague, Chattanooga: Sarah S. Clark, Dallas, and Louise Polonaut, Auburn dale, Mass. Optic. Mrs. HiploV and party, accompanied by Superintendent Wells, stopiwd hero Thursday and the party visited the elilT dwellers and other points of...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
J"LU" I 'run coconino sun. he (Coconino nn. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. Entered in the I'ostofflce ot Klmrstutl as second- class matter. Issued cverjr Saturday. SyWrlptlon price, two dollars and fifty cents a year, in udvance. Every paper is stopped at the expiration of the time paid for. C M. FUNSTON, Editor, FLAGSTAFF, FKBKUAUY 2ti, lWix. The Spanish war vessel Viseaya'has left New York hiit'tiur for Havana. The "homo rulo" scheme for Ariona is entitled to the dullest uml most expe ditious thud in the market. From letters receUed from the Flag staff colony In Alaska It appears that thlngt are not as smooth there as In Arizona. The man w ho goes to Alaska must expect nothing but hardship, and if he is not prepared to withstand these hardships he had better stay at home. Zola, the French novelist, w ho under took the vindication of Captain Drey fus, has been sentenced to one ear's imprisonment and to pay a lino of a,(XX) francs. M. l'erreux, the publisher of the paper which printed the char...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
u-4miitimmr&mmimK!irim.' THE COCONINO SUN'. K A writer in thu Engineering and Mining Joiinml calls uttuntlon to thu admirable results obtained by the Rand company, which he lielievcs to be the only one in the world which recovers its cold electrolytically from cyanide solutions: he believe that American and Australian minors must now look to this method as the only practical, etllcient and cheap one for the precious metals. He then calls attention to the disadvantages of using soluble anodes which contaminate the solution, which can then never Iks exhausted, the ut most extraction being 70 and 80 per cent, of the gold. The Philadelphia Record Kays: Why should not co-operative associations of working-men he formed in the United Suites to build roads, dig canals, erect buildings and to mine ores and coal? Why should not the streets be paved and swept, garbage collected, sewers extended, wharves built, and other like necessary public work of cities carried on as a result of direct ...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
OMCWB8SBM553HHWBBWkMWBBBBMHB1MM I I Tin: coconmno sun. IBRIEFLOCALSI The bond of Junius I. SleGovern us notary public 1ms been tiled with the recorder. John SI. (.'lurk is clerking for George H. C'oflin. John is still u candidate for marshal, however. Sirs. William Pitts died nt Yucca, Slohave county, on the Wth instant. She was the daughter of Sir. KHu Lockhart of this place. Dr. W. S. ltobinson will, ulnnit the middle of Slarch, move to the Sleth odlst parsonage and will have his resi dence and otllce there until his new residence is completed. The work of laying the foundation of the new jiostofllce was begun this week. If the weather continues good Sir. Coalter intends having the building ready for occupancy by April 1. The weather so far this month has been springlike. But the old timer shakes his head and looks wise and remarks: "The winter isn't over till spring, and Slarch will freeze you." J. L. Daugherty is the latest candi date in the Held for marshal. He is, like all the...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
'sm THE COCONINO SUN. K H. C. Olnoy announces that he in a candidate for the office of town marshal. Mr. Olnoy has many friend In Flag stalT, who will no ilouht do all they can to help elect him to that office. He is fully qualified to 1111 the office, and if elected will make an efficient official. Godfrey and Stanley Sykes. with their families Juft Wednesday for Needles. At that jwint they will build a 1 wilt and go down the Colorado river to the Gulf of California. At Yuma they will be joined by Messrs. Husey and MeLoan, and the party will fxnd six weeks camping at points which they have visited before, and they may visit Tlburon island. Serjeant William Matson, leader of the orchestra, accompanied by Chaun cey Woodbury, .1. Steam. K. Wasi-on and .Charles Scranway, of the Fort Wlngato military orchestra, were in town Monday and furnished excellent music for the masquerade ball of the Woodmen of the World. Serjeant MatHon is a gentleman whom our citi zens are always glad to meet a...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
r I THE COCONINO SUN. I. PERSONAL. Ocar Gibson spent Sunday in Will iams. C. E. Boyro of Williams was in town Monday. T. J. and T. E. Pollock spent Monday in Phoenix. Probate Judge La ton s)ent Wednes day in William. Frank W. Pajno of Bellemont wax in town Wednesday. Matt Blakely has reached Scuttle, Wash., on his way to Alaska. C. A. Collett of Williams, wus a vis itor to tho county scat Monda,. Hov. T. M. Connolly of Wlnslow spent several das here during tho week. Henry Ward and George Campbell are in Sknguay, on their way to Klon dike. Mrs. B. F. Wisehart returned Sun day from a six weeks' visit with friends in Los Angeles. J. J. Fisher, agent of the Equitable Life Insurance. enmpan, returned Monday from a successful business trip to Williams. It. E. Morrison, the nowl appointed United States district attorney for Ari zona, was a passenger on No. 1 Tues. day, bound for Prescott. F. C. Held left Sundu for a few da.s' stay in Plm-nix. During his stay there ho will deliver ills inte...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
THR COCONINO SUN. W. H. Pierce is quite sick at his resi dence at the Pump house. II. It. Davis Is nick with pneumonia, but Ih reorted improving this morning. Colonel Frank C. Hutch in in town on u business trip, being his lirst. visit here for two years. Colonel Hutch in en gaged in railroad building in Costa Hica, from where he has but recently returned. Ho expects to return to that country again in Ajiril. Journal Miner. Rates to Miners' Convention. Notice Ih hereby given to delegates elected to the miners' convention to Ims held ut Phinlx on March 1, 185)8, that as chairman of the committee on trans lortation I have secured the following rates, to-wit: From the Santa Fe, Preseott and Phii-nlx Hallway com pany, one faro for the round trip: from TEDDITnDIAI NCWC ii-iwwiuiMni. ih-mj. AAAAAAt JKIAL NEWS. The law linn of C:ox & Wilson of Pho-nix has been dis.solved. General .1. F. Wilson will locate in Preseott and resume his law practice in that city. The United Globe smelter wa...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
I m THK COfONMNO SUN. Arizona, employed on the leading east ern papers. He was an unusually bright young man and during his stay In Arizona made many warm friends. Phoenix Herald. S. Price Hehan sajs that the Santa Fe, Preseott & Pho-nix Hallway com pany is now prepared to handle sheep at Peoria. The sheep shearing and dipping plant is now completed and everything is in readiness for sheep men who want to take advantage of the improved facilities offered by the rail road company. The cupaeit of the plant is 8,000 sheep a day. The board of Supervisors jc.sterday afternoon completed the purchase of the ioor farm. The site selected is the Hurley tract, embracing UK) acres, three and a half miles southwest of the city, and which was appraised by the committee at t(,400. The price paid by the county was (i,(.)0. The greater part of the acreage is in alfalfa. An official visit will be made to the ranch next Monday by the board, when the matter of improvements will be looked into. The ...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
THK COCONINO SUN. PRESCQTT FIRE. The Johnson House Burned-Guests Escape in Their Nlehtclothes. The Johnson homo on Marina street, owned by Miss Christine Johnson, was the scene of unother Are on Monda morning t 12:4."i o'clock. This, makes the third lire thut has occurred to the building within the past few ears, but hint night' proved more disastrous than any of the previous ones. The lire apparently (United in the kitchen, as that part of the building is completely burned. It made rapid headwaj, and tafore taint; discovered the whole interior of the rear ortioii of the building was in (lames, making it dangeious to the guestH to get out b the ordinary means of egress. None in the two upper stories had time to ,c anything and not even time to dress. Some of them grabtad up what clothes the could and made a rush for the outside clad onl in their night rotas. Many thrilling stories are told by the guests of their escape from the Haines. II. M. Dodge, who occupied a room on the third ...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
HKEEsSflnBJsufcBB I TUK COCONINO SUN. (ill Unit he eun KOK TOWN CLKKK. and is so weak today scarcely raise his head think lie will recover. The origin of the fire is unknown, but it is tiupposcd to have been from u defective Hue in the kitchen. The estimated loss to the building and fur niture could not be ascertained. It derision of the voters at the poll on Monday, was insured for $4,500, but it is certain Apr11 4- "- that the loss will greatly exceed this amount. Tlw. ltnr I hereby announce myself as a candidate for J. lie doctors ,,, t0wn clerk, subject to the daclsion of the voters at mo pom ai wie cimiuu held on Monday, April -1, 1WW. .,.. THOMAS A. Itlt'KKU KOK MAKSHAL I hereby announce myself as a candidate for marshal of the town of FlatrslaH. subject to me H.C.OLNKT. KOK SUPERVISOR OK STKKKTS. .. ..k.mmui mi'mW nu ii nnmllrltil m fur The firemen responded promptly U) the office of supenlsor of streets nt tho comlnir the alarm and did excellent service, saving the front par...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
f-r "ST TIIK COCONINO SUN. LODGE DIRECTORY. O KAMI TOIIK, NO. 8, I. O. It. M. Meets on Sleep of 7th Sun. Kach 7 Sunt at 7 Hunt. 20 Hrcutlis. Wigwam, corner Itatlroad avenue and Leroux street. Visiting tribe mem tiers welcome. C II. Coiii.k, Sachem. J. M. SIMPmon, C. of K. M OUNTAIN LOIX1K. NO. IS, K. OK V. Meets In (I. A. It. Hall every Wednesday night. Visiting knights are cordially Invited to attend. T. K. I'tllXIAM, C. C. C. A. IIL'811, K. of It. 1111 S. k "OUHT COCONINO, NO. ttS. INDKl'KND- EST OHIJEH OF" rOIIKHTEKS. Meets Tuesday nights In Masonic Hull. Visit Inir member Invited to attend the Court meet ing. (I. K. UHIK.C. K. Loitih Spikiih. Keeorder. 1 7 LAO STAFF LOIXIF.. NO. 13. A. O. tJ. W. Meets every Thursday night. Visiting mem bers Invited to attend. I, oris SriKKs. t'. M. Funhto.n, Keconler. M. V. PROFESSIONAL. 1? S.CLAUK. ATTOHNK Y-AT- LAW. And District Attorney of Coconino County. Practice before the Land Department a spe clalty. Office In Court House, Flagstaff, Arl...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
mmmtm.mttmjmm.yft i I TUB COCONINO SUN. ARTICLES are the lm'orioriitorx, towlt: I. II. Lyons ami II. (1. Wolcott. OF INCORPORATION. 1,1 ens, C. K. AltTlCI.K v. Know All Men by These Presents: That we, the undersigned, D. II. Lyons, C. K. Lynns and II. Q. Wolcott, all of Chicago, (ok county, Illinois, do hereby associate ourseH es together us a body corporate In accordance with the pro visions of Title i, Chaier S, of the Kevlsed Statutes of the Territory of Arizona, und do hereby declare and set forth the following arti cles of Incorporation: AltTlCI.K 1. The names of the corporators are D. II. Lyons C. E. Lyons and II. (1. Wolcott: the name of the corporation is the Impeihai. Minimi Company, and Its principal place of transacting business is Williams, Arizona, though it may have brunch offices in other cities und states. ARTICLE II. The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted Is contained In the following powers of the corporation, towlt; To bund, lease, purchase u...
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
i r fefrig3BSatei&i mv TIIK (OCONIXO SUN. FLAGSTAFF Real Estate and Mining Exchange. The Only Reliable Bureau of Information in Northern Arizona. Accurate Data of Mines in Operation, their Output and Com mercial Value. Prospects, and their Actual Value. Information Furnished To the Toiihikt respecting scenic points of interest, how to reach them, anil cost of transportation and accom modations. To the IlKAimi-SKKKhit, the climatic Intluenci on the human system. To the IVh.iroit on Si'kcdi.aioii, the various openings to get large returns from capital, both limited and unlimited. To the IIoMK-siKKKKji, the various opportunities and un limited possibilities of farming in this section. Prices of horses, cattle, sheep and hogs. Actual statistics of our resources, such as water, coal, lumber, building stone, sand, lime, brick, copper mines, silver and gold mines, asbestos, water storage for irriga tion and electrical possibilities AVe handle on commission all kinds of property and hav...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
air I ttir roroxiN'o sun. What is the Good g aft sk. of good printing? You can probably . answer that question in a ininuto when you compare good printing with poor. i You know the satisfaction of sending Aft out printed matter that is neat, ship- j shape and up-to-date in appearance. SC You know how it impresses ynu when you receive it from some one else. It has the same effect on vour customers. B m Let me show you what can be done by a j$l m judicious admixture of brains and type. r .1.. K..1.-. ,.,,.. ...:il. .. :...: uui uiu ut:i j yuu nun Niiiii iriiiiillg. , trj C. M. FUNSTON, $ Flagstaff, Arizona. t.3lSjgjSjSlgS3-SgS-3iSjSjSlSjSiSvJ 0 i
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
i'JSMCgfe 'M&mui&Js&sMtiamTmas&Bwiiif V Tin: cocoNixo sun. J. a MILLIGAN, B. HOCK, MANurACTuncn or Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Estimates Made on any kind of Stone or Brick Work. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Flagstaff Precinct. Stationery and- News Stand, FINE CIGARS, Domestic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectionery. RHIbROAD AVENUE. Flagstaff Stenographic Institute. !. BABBITT BUILDING, FLAGSTAFF. A. T. Stenotraphy and Collections Made Typewrltlnt iimti P, MCcovern. Instructor. ,n " at Parts of Arizona. Short Kotlce. FwMS $ . flf j, j M Aff w,v,t$ Agreements. :.. wnrt, by New Methods. Bonds. Finest Work, ' Deeds. Moderate Bates. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Five Yean Practical f""' Mortcaies. experience. I Ws toi Uftl s Law work papers of all kinds a Specialty. carefully drawn. TERMS: $15.00 per quarter, in advance. NOTARY PUBLIC. TELEPHONED. 35. I MwmmnmmmmmnmmTwiSKlirfWm
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
.? Uir to to to to to 0 Oi to ii li to to ! m ft ft to 0 0 1 " '"Mtnnfryih"lrfBWH s- TL rm: cocoNiNO sun. yu0. AMI -) v 0)e... 4 i Coconino Sun. I Published at Flagstaff, Arizona, Every Saturday m vi to to The Sun will appear in Magazine form each JV "Kj.i :ek. Jt will contain Illustrations of a local a; (, l to week, character each issue. It will gather the news of Coconino County W irA thA nA4r r UilVI tAA A VI 1 WA V l s f SUBSCRIPTION PRICE,, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. tO CA PER YEAR, vPvJVJ CM FUNSTON, to T aci6 -2gX " -Jri J Publisher. & ' 0 vi 0 ft 0 vi to to to to to to T
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 March 1898
Vol. XV. Cfye Coconino Sun. FLAGSTAFF, MARCH ."i, IMS. No. II. T. A. tlOFDAN. MWr. St. . KIOKDAN, Seenurr. F. V. SISSON. Trenurer. THE Arizona Lumber and Timber Co. Mumif.irturcr nml IKmUthIh ...PINE LUMBER... SURFACED MATCHED AND GROOVED, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Rustic, Mouldings, Shingles, Lath, Boxes, Sash and Doors, Bridge and Mining Timbers, Piling, Stulls, Props, Lagging, SAWED. CROSS-TIES I HEWN. Flagstaff. Arizona, wm m wiwwtnwim nBMBT liMMatf ' ' TnTW ""lir'ff
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 March 1898
i Tllii OCONI.N'O SIX. 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. B. N. FREEMAN, President. T. E. POLLOCK, Vice-President. :v '- -?.! HOXWORTH & FRIEDLEIN i-UlliLU DtlUuii- Au-Mill iii hk-i.ii-in-Mir & ! Tinning! Plumbing Tin Roofing a Specialty. MACHINISTS and ' - MENDERS of any old thing. , HYKISN HI.OCK, ! 5 : .: FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA, :' . O " (MT IclgStcVff , All kinds of Tinwork and ,J Plumbing done in a first- class manner. Work from along the line of the Santa , Fe Pacific Railroad Solic- ! ited -" I 1 i V , , , , Arizona. iri i
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 March 1898
f fM&m-iifeaagii dSkafci" fye (Loconmo Sun. Vol.. XV. FLAGSTAFF, MARCH f, 18118. No. 8. THE PHILOSOPHER. I ain't the mun tn make complaint About th weather, wet or dry; Hut Jus' accept th' klml that comes - The bright sunshine ur leaden sky. I learned from Uncle lien ter say Jus as he said ter me. Sez he: ' Th" !rd knows best th kind we need. An" what He sends Ml do for me." Sometimes I kind o' sort o' feel My Kheer o' trouble Is too tough. An' that Dame Fortune kind o' likes Ter give me treatment mUhty mii-ili. Hut w hen 1 do I Jus" recall That Undo Hen be said, sez he: "Th' Lord knows best what we can bear. An' what He sends '11 do for me." I'e Jus' about ma le up my niln' That gruwlln' ain't IV way ter wlu; An that th' feller that wins out Is he who hustle w 1th a grin. That's why I bank ou Uncle Uen An' what he said to me. Sez he: "Th' Lord will send my proper sheer. An' what he sends '11 do fcr mo." Omaha World-Herald. THE WIND. Out from tin caret I spring at morn. Freed fr...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 5 March 1898
Jf TUB COCONINO SUN. ST PATRICK'S DAY. vitality of the principle of freedom ' and the indestructibility of national Some Reasons Why the Approachine sentiment? The Ixmes of those mat Holiday IS Observed. tyrs who lived amid the scenes of battle Ve'e heard her faults a hundred times the and Of war, WHO sougnt to renuiie men new ones and the old, In songs and sermons, rants and rhymes, en- lawed Home fifty fold: Hut take them all, the irreat and small, and this wo'eifot to say: Here's dear old Ireland Uood old Ireland! Ireland! boys, hurrah! In Arlzonan hills we'll meet, from one brinht Island flown; Great Is the land we tread, but jet our hearts are with our own; native land to her rightful inheritance, who, when the solemn farce of trying them for a crime which jiosterlty will account a virtue had terminated, were assigned to and suffered an ignomin ious death- the Ixmes of those patriots may now repose in their graven far an ay: but we have still among us the Inheritors of their bl...