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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898

Kp&mtmmzmzsmmzisjmzmzLa tjt--Ty-tsCu--d k&4ry & Y Cfye Coconino Sun. Vol.. XV. FLAGSTAFF, MARCH 12, 181W. AVAVAVAVWAVAVAVWVW r. A. tlOKDAN. Mtniscr. M. I. PIOtDAN. Stcnury. F. T. SISSON. Tmiukt. THE Arizona Lumber and Timber Co. Miinufiii'turrri ntul lH'iilcrt In ...PINE LUMBER... SURFACED MATCHED AND GROOVED, Flooring, ! Shingles, Ceiling, ' Lath, Siding, ' Boxes, Rustic, ; Sash Mouldings, and Doors, Bridge and Mining Timbers, Piling, Stulls, Props, Lagging, SAWED. CROSS-TIES I HEWN. Flagstaff. 2 J Arizona, BWgr;MBiBHKiifo,'TihjjuMMgj tm - No.

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898

satmitlM ufcv.mwvaj trna ,pf gffij. ,8 i i J f THK COCONINO SUN. 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. ' " .' " SYKES BROS.,! MACHINISTS and MENDERS of any old thing. SYK10S BLOCK, FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA, : ----- v. .-- J i Flagstaff, HOXWORTH & FRIEDLEIN Arc still in tin- Imyinchs of Tinninp Plumbing Tin Roofing a Specialty. All kinds of Tinwork and Plumbing done in a first class manner. Work from alone the line of the Santa Fe Pacific Railroad Solicited Arizona.' v l!y?SrSS rr- , - 4

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898

SjgaBgsgagg"gyff,wfaiCT,B"3a fye Coconino Sun. Vol. XV. FLAGSTAFF, .MARCH 12, 18!)8. No.' GITTIN' RESTLESS. GOODEST OLD DOCTOR. Tears like they're irtttln restless, as Jar as you can see The boys who followed Sherman the boys who fouKht with Lee; It may be I inlsjodge 'cm, ylt somehow left and right They're whisperln' together like theyr'e ready for aright! Sorter irltttn" restless although the ol' Hair waes An' ripples In the sunshlno over so many gravest Hut you see we're all one jieople, an' heed our country's rail, An" when they strike one section they Interfere with all. Atlanta Constitution. WHEN HONESTY IS BEST. "Honesty's the best policy!" How true this Is how true Kspeclally concerning Other men's treatment of you! Chicago News. THAT MOST AGREEABLE MAN. He was a most agreeable man: If anybody had a plan. He'd say, "I'll help you all I can." He'd promise this, he'd promise thnt. Nor was he talking through his hat; He really meant It, plain and flat. No matter what a fellow's...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898

nflijpmnMrewiBbjn a the coconino sun DISTRICT COURT. The Docket. Grand and Trial Jurors for March Term. The March term of the District meets on Monday next, Judge It. K. Sloan presiding. The session will probably last two or three weeks, judging from the number of eases on the docket. The grand jury has been summoned to appear on Monday, March 14, at 'JiIU) a. in. and the following is the list of OKAND JUKOKS. .1. It. Kathiens. O. H. Bennett, C. E. Howard, T. A. Dean. Geo. H. Douglas, J. (". Grim, T. A. Hiekel, ('. H. Bowers, .1. Auhincau, .1. S. Bui ton, August TetlalT, ('. II. MeGonigle, F. J. Stoln, M. M. Fisher, O. E. Hojce, Wm. Mi'lntlre. H. F. Adams T. A. lllordan, Walter Heeson, C. J. Babbitt. Esau Lamb. The trial juror, to the numlier of thirty-six, have Itecn summoned to ap pear at the court house on Wcdnosdaj , March 10, at !):;i0 a. m. The follow ing is the list of TIUAT. JUHOKS. T. D. Foinej, H. F. Uanta, O. N. Hat.i, D. J. Daze, J. M. SimHon, George C. Morse, O. E. Lohe...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898

ttgaBS71'yTfflfi" ' THE COCONINO SUN. Y Ida H. Nixon vs. John Nixon. John Hauinan vs. James T. Johnson. Martha K. Kinney vh. Babbitt Bros. Mrs. Carrie Fain vh. J. F. Daggs. Hallio Jackson vh. J. W. Jackson. The criminal (locket only hIiowh four cases: Territory vs. Gus Mudcrshach. Territory vs. Al Gartln. Territory vs. P. C. Aston, apealed from Justice Court. Territory vs. Win. Kiley, npiealed from Justice Court. Notice of Apportionment. Office of Co. School Suit. ) Flagstaff, Ariz., March :i, 1898. f I have this day received notice that there Ih in the County School Fund, subject to apportionment, the sum of $1,8(.I0.05, which I have apjwrtioned to the several districts as follows : Flaifsiult District, No. I . . . . Sttl W William District, No. S . SIJ 6tf Tuba District, No. ft. -X Al Frcdonln District, Nil. . . . 2B tl.WH (ft Following was the average daily school attendance for Coconino county for the year ending June :1J, 117: FlnKstaff, District No. I I.V) Williams, District N...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898

s-F" wgmjifrwwgfMfrfWrtrtBfcafli ih THE COCOJC1XO SUN. Johnson Canyon Dam. The Santa Fe Pacifie Railroad Cora puny havo completed their new steel dam across Johnson eanjon, east of Ash Fork. The dam is forty feet high and backs up the water for 3,000 feet. The dam is now Cull of water and the rail road company consider that they have a water supply that will Inst them a year. The dam at Sellguiau has no water in it at present, and water is being hauled to that place from Ash Fork. The Sel igman dam is the largest reservoir jet constructed by the Santa Fo Pacitle and when tilled will hold a two j ears' supply. The Walnut can on dam, southeast of this place, is still dry, but it is ex pected that the melting snows will till it during the next few weeks. Four teen miles of pipe line connect this dam with Angell. All the pipe lines from the dams are gravity lines. The lino from Johnson canyon to Ash Fork being seven miles long and from the Seligman dam to Soligman six miles. It is said ...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898

ipB:&mpali!xat&lxsiic a? )- THE COCONINO SUN. ', r Saloon Held Up. Four men, two medium sized, two rnther lull, with handkerchief tied over their faces, entered Kitchen & Kennedy's saloon ut Gallup, at 10:40 Tuesday night, with a brace of revol vers In the hands of each, and held up the entire house. The gambling tables and saloon rash drawer was relieved of alKiut $."0O. An attempt was made to force Peter Kitchen to oen the safe, but he pre tended that his partner, Kennedy, alone knew the combination. After driving everylKKly from the street into the saloon, the desperadoes took all the valuables that each one had. A gcxxl-sized crowd was present in the saloon. Then they escaied by the back door, after firing off their pis tols to scare off p.sslble pursuit, and ran to a point near town where their horses was staked. Some of those robbed feel certain they recognized one of the roblters. They are now be ing tracked by Indian trailers. Sheriff Hubbell was notified and a l...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898

JTBTil f JFiflfMhiNmUiHattB I'lIP. COCONINO SUN. On to Klondike. Mrs. L. Veit leeelved a letter ft out her brother, Geoige F. Campbell, who, when he wiote, was in Skaguay. but Is supposed to lw now on his way to Klon dike. It is the intention of Mr. Camp bell to buy horses anil pack across the mountains after his outtlt had beeu taken oer the pass. The packing is hard w oik, but tho hard work of the trip is just begun. A man should have at least $3,000 to make the trip. That is, his outfit and provisions will cost ono-thltd the amount and another third will be spent in getting to the gold fields, the other third will bo needed after nrrhal in Klondike. The Cana dian authorities, will not allow a man to cross the lino without 1,09J pounds of grub, on which thoj exact a duty of 20 cents ier pound. Alaska is certainly no place for a poor man, and there are hundreds of men penniless in Skaguay. Dr. .1. Miller, of Piescott, visited the Normal this week nnd spent fourdujh at the school In...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898

- h THK COCONINO SUN. cyit fsgjg: Y It May Be Finished. Dr. G. W. Vickers, Territorial audi tor and member of the lioard of con trol, was hero Monday and Tuesday. The purpose of his trip was to visit the partly completed building now known as the Home for the Insane and exam ine the condition of the building. Monday afternoon, with a party of Flagstaff gentlemen, the trip to the Home was made. A critical examina tion of the building was made and Dr. Vickers pronounced it as being one of the liest public buildings in the Terri tory. Hut as to what action the lioard of control would take toward Its com pletion Dr. Vickers could not say. There is money enough appropriated to do the work, and the matter rests sololy with the board, which will meet on the return of Gov. McCord. One Limited Off. After thu train which leaves Chicago Monday, March 7th, and arrives in Uw Angeles Thursday, March 10th, and after the train wliieh leaves Los An geles on Sunday, March l.'lth, arriving in Chicago ...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898

THK COCONINO SUN. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. Entered In the Postofflce at Flagstaff as second class matter. Itsued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars and titty cents a j ear. In advance. Every paper is stopped at the expiration of the time paid for. C M. FUNSTON, Editor. FLAGSTAFF, MAltCH 12, 18!)8. .Let us have the water works. The excuse of not money enough to get water from a permanent supply for water works is a dead issue now. game, arranged by those who figured upon getting the greater portion of tho $200,000 appropriated by Congress to carry relief to tho Klondike miners. There is no use of bothering with side schemes for water works now. The necessary money can be obtained for getting the water from Jack Smith's spring. Now let the town council take up tho matter and get water works. Since November 1, 1893, the United States has coined 37,735,572 standard silver dollars. It Is worth while in this connection to recall the fact that only 8,031,238 silver dollars were coi...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898

a"feaigffiBT 1 "fri fi" "fr1 'g-"- iiHWiilll,1't1f - W y TUB COCONINO SUN. Dr. W. O. Itogers, heud physician of thu Woodmen of the World, died ut Omaha on the 10th instant. The cattlemen would be fortunate in deed should there be a war with Spain. Cuttle would double up in price. It is stated that President McKinley has completed the draft of a special message to Congress in which he rec ommendg the recognition of Cuban in dependence. It is hit intention toseud this message to Congress within two weeks. The comparative receipts under the Wilson and Dlngley tariff laws, in the first seven months, were as follows: Under the Wilson law, I1S,201,03S: under the Dingloy law, $17.r,81!,781, showing a balance in favor of the Ding ley law of 1U,01S,743. The A. & P. railroad land grant in Arizona was sold under foreclosure in Prescott on Wednesday. K. Wilder, treasurer of the Santa Fe Kallroad, Company, bid (S,f0() and the entire grant of 1,.00,444 acres was sold to him. This was at the r...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898

in3fiusssEaajjssa&&jtiS)B&9fcJi TIIK COCONINO SUN. JWVWWV RDM J cwwvwwvwvwwwvvwx BRIEF LOCALS. The town council will meet Monday. The March term of District court meets Monday. E. T. McGonigle has wold his ranch south of Flagstaff to Cordilla M. Mor ris. George Ilitt has an advertisement in this issue which may be of interest to you. John Mudersbach left Monday for Phoenix, where lie expects to buy fat cattle for this market. Life Insurance agents are. almost as numerous in FlagstatT as are the can didates for town marshal. T. M. Donaldson has Ix'en appointed lostmaster at IScllemont to succeed Frank W. Payne, removed. Tlie weather during the just week has been decidedly March-like, snow and rain having fallen every day. Wm. Dickinson has purchased the Walker ranch In Verdo valley and will engage in farming and stool: raising. The attention of our lady readers is called to the advertisement of the cost salu of millinery at tho Racket store. K. S. Clark has sold his ranch...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898

""""Sis y TIIK COCONINO SUN. Tom Drum came- In yesterday from M. M. Fislier, .1 H. Morse, George Phnenix. Whilo In tho Suit River Morse and J. C. Church returned Sat- valloy he bought u number of lino milch unlay from a two weeks' prospecting cows for his ranch at Stoneman's lake, trip along the Little Colorado river He will remain on his ranch and mice north of Hlaek Falls. They were in produce for the Flagstaff market. Gwynno Dennis spent several days here during the week. Mr. Dennis ex erts U leave Williams this week for New York in the interest of the Santa Fe& Grand C,inyon railroad and the smelter proposition. Ho will he absent ""unl event for this reason of the year. about four weeks. Heavy thunder and vivid Hashes of The job printing department of The llfftniiig accompanied the fall of rain, Coconino Sun is just a little bit ahe id which turne(1 10 ,mil and M,eet lls h fc,L of any other ollleejn Northern Arizona. The storm lasted for half an hour, al The latest faces of ...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898

$3pivwBldm iiiniiii nil n ft I mi i imiiiiiiii hi mi i" i imwwi iih TIIK COCONINO SUN. PERSONAL. ' J. P. Dili's returned Monday from Phoenix. James Vanderen is In the Verdo Val ley this week. W. A. Mayflower has been ill with la grippe this week. H. R. Davis iti slowly recovering from his recent Illness, Miss Kva Dutton is the new assistant of Postmaster Coalter. P. C. Reid returned Tuesday from a trip to southern Arizona. E. E. Ellluwood went to Holbruok Thursday on legal business. Mrs. R. B. Burns, of Williams was a visitor to Flagstaff Wedne-wlay. Mis Lillian Beal left Sunday for a four weeks' visit to Los Angeles. Ashton Nebeker is iu from Tuba City this week for the first time this year. P. C. Games, who has been upending tho winter In Phoenix returned Tues day. John A. Cotton, of Albuquerque, was registered at the Red Bank hotel yes terday. E. R. Bayless returned Thursday from a trip to his former home in Ar kansas. E. M. Doe returned Tuesday from a trip to St. Louts on iraior...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898

jgiUMMZlBEtkimi&KKsmmiiwvmfMtttti 'v- mam TUB COCONINO SUN. ,tf r TERRITORIAL NEWS. i ThomaH D. Bennett, a very promising young lawyer of Phoenix, has beenup iwinted deputy Unitd States attorney, vice A. M. Franklin, resigned. II. C. Haupt, B. B. Wiggins and Sher man Wiggins came down on Wednes day morning's "train with a bar of bul lion representing La Fortuna's output for February, and amounting to alout $40,000. Yuma Sun. From a Cochise county cattle owner the Star learns that a Kansas buyer a few days ago bought in the San Simon valley 2,000 head of steers for May de livery. The cattle were one, two and three-year-olds and the prices paid were $18, $22 and 2-' respectively.- Star. Cochise county, Arizona, is live and one-third times larger in area than the State of Rhode Island. It Is" a vast do main, containing over 3,082,000 acres and is (l,!)72 square miles in area. It Is the banner county of the Territory and has a record of the best yielding mines in the west. Old Domin...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898

" "'! M-. igiM&iaas&asteaai wfflE8S3WiH!J4iBBMlBBBB!BBBMB zrz- THK COCONINO SUN. ' i;?jwwxc !: ? S! MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO. OF NEW YORK. THE OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST. J. F. PEARCE, Special Agent, Flagstaff, Ariz. W. E. HARPER, Gen'l Agent, Albuquerque, N, M, (AVOVAVAV.VAV.V.ViVrr.V.ViV.VAV.VtVViW.'.V 'M !X fc.! kVWWV GREAT SALE OF Millinery Stock and Fixtures, NOTIONS. UNDERWEAR. ETC. Kterythlng lit the Racket Stnro to he sold at a great reduction. SALE BEGINS MONDAY, MARCH 13. wwwwwwwvwvvwn mid thu cure and cultivation of the same in the hands of Mr. McClatchlu. This in tlio best proposition we have yet heard of with regard to thoroughly test in); the nduptability of our soil to the successful production of sugar leets. Tempo News. Acting-Governor Akers has sent u letter to President MoKinley recom mending that in case of war Colonel Hnxlio be permitted to rulso u regiment of cavalry in Arizona. He say : "Hav ing known Colonel Urodie for many years us an army officer, I c...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898

WtMmWiVy-ffMTifri- TUB COCONINO SUN. y Didn't Know. Amos Cummings tells thu following incident which happened in the house recently: A laughable incident occurred dur ing the consideration of the Indian appropriation bill. Mark Smith of Arizona wan ridiculing the idea of edu cating the Indian. He alluded to the thousand! of Indians in Arizona and wanted to know what they would do with them when they learned to read and write. Mr. James Sherman of Utica replied that they would make citizens out of them. "Yds," responded Smith, "you would make a citizen out of him as soon as he could sing a p-ahn." "Yes." put hi Mr. Sherman, "we would make u Christian citizen out of him then." To which Mark resonded: "And all that he Is able to do is to recite a verse and sing a psalm. There are thieves in the jenltentiarv who can do both." "I do not know about that," gravely reaonded Mr. Sherman; ''I never was in the penitentiary." Miss S. A. Wynne of Memphis. Tenn., will open the 1st of April a larg...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898

THR COCONINO SUN. ARTICLES D. II. Lyons, C. K- OF INCORPORATION. are the Incorporators, towlt Lyons unil 11. u. vt oicou. artici.k V. The officers or the corporation shall be a president, vice-president, secretary and treas urer, and one person may be elected to perform the duties of two of said offlcent, which officers xhall bo elected by the stockholders and "hall continue In office until their successors are elected and qualified. No erson shall be eligi ble to be a director or officer of this corporation unless ho or she shall own at least one (1) share of Its capital stock. Meetings of directors may lie held In Chlcatro, Illinois. AHTICl.K VI. The hlithest amount of Indebtedness or liabil ity to hlch the corporation Is at any time to subject Itself shall not exceed two-thirds (,( of Its outstanding capital stock. AHTICI.E VII. The private property of the stockholder shall be exempt from corporate debts. AHTK't.K VIII. Transfers of stock of the corporation shall not bo Milltl un...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898

matF" f& nwasusa. TIIK COCONINO SUN. ;y SANTA FE PACIFIC R, R, CO, Condensed Time Card No. 2. Id effect Jauuary Sl. 1WW.J W EST. KAHT. HTATIOXS. No. I. No: 2. 1000p.m. Lv Chicago.. .Ar 9Ui)p.m. M.l)u. n Kansas City... 7 (15 p.m. aula. m. .Denver. . SOUp.m. 4Sin.ni. LnJunta Il.via.m. 7 50 p.m. L Albuquerque.. .Ar 10S5p.m. S oo a. m. Wlngate. . . 5 35 p. m. !5.di Gullup 5 10p.m. 5 XI ii. m. . .llolbrook I 41 p. m. 50 n. m. Wlnslow IS 35 p. m. yua.m. .Flagstaff,. . 10 SS a.m. II 10a.m. .Williams,. . 08a.m. U 10 p.m. Ar. .Ash Fork . . Lv H 115 a. m. I4I. m. Lv.. ...Ash Fork . Ar 7 30 a.m. S 27 p. m. Ar Jerome Je Lv 5 SI a. m. .1 15 p m. .Pre-cott. . 4.Wa.m. l)p.m. . .Congress Jc IS Ma. m. S0p.m. Ar .. Pho?nli . Lv 10 00 p. m. IJ33p.mrLv ..Ash Fork. . Ar 7 40 a.m. J.Vip. m. Peach Springs ftu7a.ro 4 Si p. m. , ..Kingman . S40a. ji. )p.m. i.. The Needles, ll 2Sp. m. 7 K, p. m. I .Ulake 10 lo p. m. it US p. m. Ilagdad 1 Cd p. m. IV 30 a. m. I . Daggett 4 85 p. m. I a. in. i . llarstow 4...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898

weaiAjBE&S; ,t Ff 19. TIIK COCONINO SUN. ,,mm www nil .,, iimZiiinzlrjjjjjjHBBB ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOH SUPERVISOR OF STREETS. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of supervisor of streets, subject to the action of the voters nt tho tow n election to be held on April -1, 1M8. J. H. Morse. FOR MARSHAL I hereby announce myself as a caudldate for the office of town marshal, subject to the decls ion of the oters at the polls on Monday, April -I. J. L. IULOHKUTV. FOR TOWN CLERK. I hereby announce myself as a candldato for the office of town clerk, subject to the decision of the voters at the polls at the election to be held on Monday, April 4, I8v8. Thomas A. RlCKM. FOR MARSHAL. I hereby announce myself as u candidate for marshal of the town of Flagstaff, subject to the decision of the voters at the polls on Monday April 4. 1&U8. ll.GOl.sicr. FOR SUPERVISOR OF STREETS. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of supervisor of streets at the coming April...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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