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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
Tin: coconixo sun. S PERSONAL. K. S. Clark, district attorney, visited Wlnslow Thursday. Dr. P. G. Cornish spent several dajs here during the week. W. H. Norman and family are now located at Myrtlstown, La. Ed Arhelger of Globe Is makihg his first visit to Flagstaff this week. Geo. U. Young, editor of the Wil liams News was In town Wednesday. Rev. T. M. Connely of Winslow Is in town and will remain ten days or two weeks. Clark Hltt returned Tuesday from Temp?, where ho has bean spending the winter. Capt. Ilinekly returned from Cali fornia this week and will remain here a few weeks. Miss Itetta Heasley returned yester day from Pha-nlx where she has been upending the winter. Mrs. 11. C. Olney, teacher In the pri mary department of the public schools, is quite ill this week. Mrs. M. E. Ilagcnnan returned this week from a visit of several months with relatives in Texas. I). M. Fr.mols, county treasurer, re turned from a trip t3 his sheep camps north of Pha-nlx on Tuesday. I. D. Berry ca...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
SSfiWi TUB CCCONI.VO SUN'. lioard of supervisors Monday. Ho ox- at very low rates on imjiovcrished pects to liegln shearing his flocks about ranges in California and shipped into May 1st. Coconico county for pasturing. AV. P. Walters who ran a blacksmith Kobt. Pcrrin was in town from Will shop hero eleven years ago. and who is lams Wednesday. now a resident of Los Angeles is hero Robert Hlaek is building a residence renewing his acquaintance among the on his lots in the west end of town.' 01(1 tlmc,v- Miss Sarah Dillenbaugh, has pur- Fred Hauerlodged complaints against cmvl the sl0i:k of the u.ket 8t,)rUt the Navajo Indians before the board of , . ,,. , . . .. ,. , , i w , , it A. A. Usher, agentfortho Equitab o supervisors Monday for encroaching on n,,r . , ,l ,,,,,, ., ..u.i .it i. I-ife insurance company, left for Wi the ranges of the stockmen on the Lit- j tod-iv tie Colorado. . hot,!.. . .1 i . 'rank l'ajne was down from Holle- II. C. Lockett, ono of the prominent . : , , . , ,...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
XaH!iLawa'AaKJrt,,rTOa n TUB (OCONIXO SUN. Tho lire company utulcr tho nuw chief, K. S. Clark, brings out the engine for practice Tuesday nights. Tills is a good idea and it should bo kept up the year around. The value of h fire brigade is Hhown in itw eilicieney at a fire. Clarence Young und Hobt. Somervllle, two painters nnd decorators well known, in Arizona, have decided to lo cate hero and they call the attention of our citizens to the fact they are ready to do all work in their line in a first olaiss manner. W. It. Johnson, missionary to the Moqtii reservation, was In town this week and took out to the reservation three missionaries from the e ist. The conversion of the Moqui to the Christ tian religion is an up hill work, as he lelleves that he has u pretty good re ligion of his own. Deputy Sheriff Fletcher Fall-child and M. T. Hlacklefi Wednesday for the Little Colorado river to assess the bands of sheep belonging to the Navajo Indians that range in Coconino county. The India...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
TIII-J LETTER FROM ALASKA Some of the Trills or that Country is toll By Henry Ward. Henry Ward and Geo. F. Campbell have been In the Skaguay country for womo time preparing to go to the Klondike section. The former, under date of April 4, wrote to Harry .Taeoby an follows: (,I received jour letter to day and wan glad to hear from jou. We have our outfit at Lake Bennett and will have our boat done soon. The COCONINO SUN'. "There his been a number of men out from Duncan and they all give the inuntr a L'ood name. .All of thorn have some dust and I mot a man at Lake Bennett that had a tuck of dust which wusasruuehasa man could lift." "I am Hure we will make agood thing before we leave this land of lee, but I would not advise any one to eomo here. Theie are lots of discouraged men who are celling their outfits and gotng home, but I think the country is all right.'' Henky Ward. lakes will break up about tho middle The cattle and sheep raising Industry of May and we w ill bo ready to sail....
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
,imMiS3SmrmmnvmiiffWM?ihm'mmmti TIIK COCONINO SL'N. I'.r : TERRITORIAL NEWS, i; Miss Laura Crable has been appoint ed postmaster ut Tomlwtone. Sara P. Webb will canvass the Terri tory in the interest of the Phoenix Ga zette. C. II. Kinney of Preseott lost his life In a enow-slide, in Chllcoot Pubs, Alas ka, last week. Ed Burke, ft resident of Mohave county for the past thirty years, died at Kingman on April Oth. Hev. W. G. Spafford, Justice of the Peace at Tempo died at that place Sun day. The remains of the deceased were shipped to his former home in Wis consin. Thomas H. Shipp, the cattleman of Mojave county who visited the Yukon country last fall, has again left for that country. lie is Interested In a small boat which he and his partners propose to place on the Yukon river trade. A large number of sheep have been purchased In California and shipped into this territory recently, on account of the drouth In California. .1. W. Sul livan purchased 18,000, which ho will keep In Arizo...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
THE COCONINO SUN. ANNOUNCEMENTS. LODGE DIRECTORY. QltAIBI TRII1U, NO. 8, 1. O. It M. Meets on Sleep of 7th Sun. Knch 7 Suns at 7 Huns, 30 Ureatns. Wigwam, corner Itullro.ul avenue and Leroux street Visiting tribe mem bers welcome. C. II. Coiii.k, Sachem. J. M. SIMPSON, a of R. MOUNTAIN LODGE, NO. 15, K. OK P. Meets In O. A. It Hall every Wednesday night. Visiting knights are cordially Invited to attend. T. E. I'uixiam, C. C. C A. Bush, K. of It and S. COURT COCONINO. NO. 896, INDEPEND ENT OHDER OF rORESTERS. Meets Tuesday nights In Masonic Hall. Visit ing m jmbers Invited to attend the Court meet ing. O. E. Lohe, C. It Louis Spiers, Recorder. PLAOSTAFF LODGE, NO. 13, A. O. U. W. Meets every Thursday night Visiting mem bers Invited to attend. Louis Spiers, a M. Fcnston, Recorder. M. W. PROFESSIOHAL. g 8. CLARK, ATTORNEYAT-LAW. And District Attorney of Coconino County, j-ruiurc uviuro lue nu ueparimcul clalty. Office In Court House, Flagstaff, . KDe- Arizona. CHURCHES. PHURCH OF THE N...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
f r TIIK (XKX)NMNO SUN. .Trie... Equitable Life Assurance Society OF THE UNITED STATE8. Outstanding Assurance Dec. 31, 1897 951.165,837 00 New Assurance written In 1897 156,955,093 00 Proposals for Assurance Examined and De clined 24,491,973 00 Income 48,572,269 53 Assets December 31, 1897 236,876,308 04 Itescrve on nil cxlslting policies, 4 per cent. standard, and all other liabilities 180,333,133 20 Surplus, 4 per cent standard 50,543,174 84 Paid Policy-Holders In 1897 21,106,314 U HENRY B. HYDE, J.W.ALEXANDER, President. Vice-President. - WALTER N.PARKHURST, General Manager New Mexico and Arizona Department. ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. A. A. FISHER, Resident Agent, - Flagstaff, Arizona. a5HKS5sp: HCSEHKS!!- iiu "''"- f
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
THE COCONINO SUN. SANTA FE - PACIFIC R. R. CO. Condensed Time Card No. 2. In effect January 20, 1808. WKST. EAST. RTAT10.NS. No. 1. No. 2. 10 (Up. in. LV. . .Chicago.. Ar 9 (Op. in. 11 20 a. m Kansas Cit), .. 7 10 p.m. 3 00a. m Denver. 5 mi p.m. 4S.ni La Junta 1150 a.m. 7Wp.m. Lv Albuquerque .Ar 10 Si p. m. SWim. . . .Wlngato.. 5 .15 p.m. 225u.m Uallup.. .. ft 10 p.m. 5J.lu.rn Holbrook 141p.m. e&On. m Wlnslow. . . 12 33 p.m. 9 43 a. in. ...Flagstaff 10 Si a. m. 1110 a.m. ..Williams.. . 9 08 a. m. U 10 p.m. Ar. .Ash Fork V 8 05 a.m. 1 J J5 p. m. Lv .Ann Fork .Ar 7 30 a.m. 2 27 p. m. Ar. ..Jerome Jc . Lv 5 31 a. m. J ISp. m Prcscott. ... 4 30a.m. ) 43p.ra. ...... Congress Jc 1.' .Vu. m. 9 20 p. in. Ar Phcenlx . Lv 10 00 p.m. UU-p.ni. Lv.. ..Ash Fork. Ar "40a.m. 3 65 p.m. ..Peach Springs. . 5U7a.m- 422p.m. Klmrman 240a.m. t30p.m The Needles. .... 11 a p.m. 765p.m Illako 1010 p.m. 10 03 p. m llagdad .... 700p.m. l-':Wu. m Daggett 425p.m. 130a.m Darstow 4 10p.m. 250a.m i. Kramer ... ...
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
r s r ifflamKMrgSBffiia'jaMBEg THK COCONINO 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 Touiuvr respecting scenic points of Interest, how to reach them, and cost of transportation and accom modations. To the Hkaltii-skkkkii, the climatic Influence on the human system. To the In vkstoii on Spkcui.atoh, the various openings to get large returns from capital, both limited and unlimited. To the Homk-sickkkii. tliu various opportunities and un limited possibilities of firming in tills section. Prices of horses, cattle, sheep anil hogs. Actual statistics of our resources, such as water, coal, lumber, building stone, sand, lime, (trick, copper mines, silver and gold mines, asbestos, water storage for irriga tion and electrical possibilities. Wo handle on commission. nil kinds of property an...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
TUB rOfON'INO fjL'N. THE POINT We wish to make is that we do only Good Printing. A) A) THE POINT We wish to emphasize is that we want your printing, and if . you consult your best interest you will bring your printing to us. The prices are right. A WM C. M. FUNSTON, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. n 1
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
r mmmmwmmgm THK (.OCOXJXO SUX. J. C MULLIGAN, UANUPACTURCR Or Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER..: Estimates Made on any kind of Stone or Brick Work. ' JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, riagttatt precinct. B. HOCK,. and- Stationery I News Stand; FINE CIGARS, Domestic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectionery.' RAILROAD AVENUE. Flagstaff Stenographic Institute. Stenography and Typewriting at Short Notice. Flneit Work. Moderate Rates. Law work a Specialty. BABBITT BUILDING, FLAGSTAFF, A. T. James P. McCovern. Instructor. ; Collections Made ' In all Parts of Arizona. Munson's Famous Systtm of Shorthand Taught by New Methods. Affidavits. n Agreements. "BWSs. , Deeds. SitUUcthn Gumntetd. Fire Yctrt Practietl !:'"" , I Mortgages, bxptncoce. i wuls an(, Uft tapers of an kinds carefully drawn. TERMS: $15.00 per quarter, In advance. ! NOTARY PUBLIC -fl' Pic ifUlf TELEPHONE NO35. gnpsisn!
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
1T ' iWtf: U GM.FUNSTON, iTHftui 1 1 ij mmvV "JptTT::3iaMiitMB.jfciBMa ' ii'l?11"" '""" j j .wmt in iiWm'1ir-M SWVSiHlBW' T1IK CXXONINO SUN. DO YOU WANT THE LOCAL NEWS? T I) - I All the local news of the week ithat is fit to print is to he found in the Coconino Sun, Published ever' Saturday at Flagstaff, the County Seat of Coconino County. nfftw If you want the local news subscribe for Thk Sun. $2.50 ZSTi payable in advance. PUBLISHER. i i lw ll I I I'll 1' 1 -I If . ggaa'vi! 'sJtoSbPKHFHEjjSSSS
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 April 1898
M&:iitzM.- 7 lX&rtr-rgfrX- u-rd y Vol.. XV. Cfye Coconino Suit FLAGSTAFF, APRIL 2.1, 18U8. T. A. HIOIDAN. Ikiuttr. M. I. P101DAN. Sanurr. F. r. SISSON. Trtmrtt. THE Arizona Lumber and Timber Co. Mnuufiu turrr nnd Dciler In ..PINE LUMBER... SURFACED MATCHED AND GROOVED, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Rustic, Mouldings, Shingles, Lath, Boxes, Sash and Doors, and Mining Timbers, Piling, Stulls, Props, Lagging, sawiid. CROSS-TIES I HEWN. I Flagstaff, X X Arizona,, 3 No. 13.
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 April 1898
THK COCONINO sitn. 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. JSYKES BR0S.J i MACHINISTS and I MENDERS J of any old thing-. SYKES ULOCK, J FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA, f i wmm ., -- --s HOXWORTH & FRIEDLEIN Ary Mill in Hit' lui.sinfsx of Tinning i Plumbing t Tin Roofing ,q Specialty. All kinds of Tinwork and Plumbing done in a first class manner. Work 'from along the line of the .Santa Fe Pacific Railroad Solic flagstaff,. Arizona.
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 April 1898
?s 1 fye Coconino Sun. Vol. XV. FLAGSTAFF, APItIL 2.1, 18H8. No. 13. THIHKIHG OVER IT. Tell ou, this nor talk It spreudln'J Dunno wbur the country's headln. Only know from spring tcr fall. We'll bo with her one and all! Mrbbe all Is only bluster Thut fer war we'll never muster: llut-ef once the bugle call, We'll shout "Ready !" one an' all! 1'er the Hag that waves above us: Ker the homes and hearts that lotc us; When the storms In thunder fall, ?, We'll stand by her one an' all! From the Atlanta Constitution. THE LITTLE ONE'S IDEAS. "Tay. papa, wot Is all 'Iks taut About a Tuba tight? An who Is Untie Tam -'at man Oo wed about lat night? As 'ill oo dlt at dem up 'ar And do away tome day To soot 'cm Spanlss folkscs Lite a papers alluz tay? An' wy don't Pain dlv Tuba all A tuff It wan' to eat? An' ware Is Tuba's mamma, pa. Wli tatoes an' tome mcate; l)o 'lttle babies tarve to des And ky for dinner, too Tay, papa, I vonld vlp "em dood, I would If Iuzoo. Denver Times. EXILES- Killed from...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 April 1898
OJStxm THU COCON'IXO SCN. WATER WORKS The Fort Villey Supply Believed to be Ample Some Points In Its Fivor. Through the column' of thu Demo crat of this week wo discussed, from the standpoint of a citizen and tax pay er who expects to make Flagstaff his future home, the problem . of water works for our town, and tried to point out in a general way the magnitude and importance of the entcrpribc, some of the dangers that confront in. the necessity of careful methodical bus iness judgment and action on thu part of the council, and thu duty of every citizen to give the council and the en terprise his unqualified and unselfish support. In this article I wish to dis cuss In a more practical way, means and methods, sources of supply and general plans for the system. Some j ears ago when this question was now to us all, I was told that South Denver had experimented unsuceess fullv with just such a propasition as the "Fort Valley" supply. Later, I mado u trip to Denver and had an ex tended i...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 April 1898
tfrftTfttfeSraSMMMViJ TUB COCONINO SUN. the How with time, us It ill way doe- with a spring. At this time there np K'.ir to lie a very 1-irge volumo of wa ter ut tho point of development. The linjiectlng and development work so far has shown a 1mj1 of water gravel, al ways full of water, for a distance of nearly a mile, live hundred feet wide and from one to four feet deep. To he conservative let us suppose it it :i,ft(M fret long and 401) feet wide and the wa ter contained In this gravel would make one foot of clear water, there would lie IO..TJO,000 gallons of water in this gravel, stored as in a reservoir, for whether it IeuksornoU the gravel has always heen found full of water. If u u-e ii0,000 gallons pur day tho water thus stored would lie sutlleient to last J10 daj s. Hut there is no rent-on to lie lieve that this gravel lied is not much longer anil larger than these ligures. Its size and extent win lie easily deter mined hy digglug or boring holes. How much water do wo needy...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 April 1898
THB COCONINO SUN. Joo I. Roberts, vs. O. W. Smith re ceiver; judgment affirmed. I. T. Webber, vs. P. L. Kastner: judgment affirmed. M. II. Sherman, vs. Western Invest ment Banking company; judgment af firmed. George W. Oakes. vs. Sam Finloy: judgment reversed. Thos. Wagner, vs. U. E. Boyee; judg ment reversed. A. Barry, vs. II. P. Klrkland: judg ment afllrmod. United States, vs. Simon Marks, ot. al.; judgment affirmed. David Babbitt, vs. Neil B. Field, re ceiver; judgment affirmed. Luther Wilson, vs. James H. Lowry, et. al.; judgment reversed. .1. Fi Daggs. et. al., vs. Nell B. Field; judgment affirmed. John McGowan, vs. Nelllo A. Sulli van; judgment affirmed. William Clark, vs. Robert K. Morri son; judgment affirmed. Apaclio county, vs. Julia Barth: judg ment affirmed. M. 12. Curry, et. al., vs. Gila county; judgment affirmed, E. L. Tidwell, vs. Chirieahua cattlo company; judgment reversed. Geo. Puch, vs. R. G. Brady; judg ment reversed. William Gray, vs. Dan Noonan; judg ment affi...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 April 1898
Xtlgi3t&S'&MU&m2MWT'rf:i-.Ti THK COCONINO SUN. varies in thickness from a few Inches to four or five feet. It has not been un covered much, but indications are that the vein will wlflen as it goes down. The coal beds lid about i'i miles from Camp Verde, and about ".' miles from Flagstaff. There is an unlimited amount of water there, and the creek run over a 10 or IS foot ledge of rocks, with which power could, by proper ap pliances, be utilized to good advantage, Jerome Ileporter. A letter from S. A. Haught, Jr.. of Hye. Gila county, gives information of tlie discovery of two coal beds on Fos sil creek, near the surveyed line of the old Arizona Mineral Belt railroad. Thetwoeoal seams are alwut K) feet apart, one being 20 Inches thick and the other about 4 feet. The coal burns well and looks to Ihj of first class quali ty. The discoverers are Fred Pranty X nnd David Gowan. Globe Belt. Council Mettloi The town council held a special meeting Monday afternoon there being pre...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 April 1898
1 TRK COCONIXO'SUX. Quhe (Coconino J?im. FLAOSTAFr, ARIZONA. Entered In the Postofflce at Flat-start as second- ' class matter. Issued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars and Htty cents a year, In advance. Kvery paper Is stopped at the expiration of the time paid for. i . C. M. FUNSTON, Editor. FLAGSTAFF, APRIL 23, 185)8. 0'ONQHESS is ho belligerent that w hen no other enemy is In sight its members want to light each other. Tills week there was what looked from tliu gallery like a general free light on the floor of thu House. When the committee on Foreign Affairs reported the, Cuban resolution to the House, a slight misunderstanding arose, during which Representative Brumm, of Pa., called Representative Hartlett, of Ga., u liar. The Georgia gentleman started for the Pennsylvania gentleman and on tho.way grabbed a book almost as big us an unabridged dictionary from an other member's desk and hurled it at Mr. Brumm.. This was a signal for a rush on tho.pjirt ofa s.core of ...