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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 April 1898
THK COCONINO SUN. r The resignation of Dr. .). M. Ford as chairman of the territorial Republican central committee is cheerfully ac cepted liy the republicans of the terri tory, tmir only regret in that it did not come eighteen months Nooner. THE WAR NOW ON. The communication on the subject of water work in this lue is worth pe rusal by our citizens. The question of water supply for Flagstaff should be the one of paramount interest to every citizen. The columns of the Sun are oiwn to any onu for discussion or sug gestion upon the subject. HitOWN canvas uniforms have been ordered for the troops operating In the (iulf svues and who are expected to go tii Cuba. The material is to be light: the hat will be broad-brlmmed and turned up at one bide; the out lit will lie complete with leggings which will ipgularly form part of the uniform. Thehe Is a good deal of talk about raising a regiment of cow bojs in Ariz ona. The SUN has a pretty good ac quaintance among the cow toys of the territor...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 April 1898
""M&scnakU!M3s)Bt5 TUB COCONINO SUN. !i PERSONAL. Dr. K. B. Perrin of Williams, spent Sunduy here. C. E. Boyce o( Williams was In town yesterday. Will Babbitt came In from California yesterday. J. W. Thurber loft Thursday for a trip to Los Angeles. Postmaster Coalter Is spending this week at his ranch. W. F. Frledlein is aflUcted with the rheumatism. Sheriff R. H. Cameron spent several days in Prescott this week. N. G. Layt'on, probate judge, re turned from Tuba city Monday. Rev.iF. Quetu of Prescott, spent Wednesday and Thursday here. J. T. McWIlltaras and wife left yes terday for a ten day's trip to William. Frank Fay, who has been spending the winter in Phuenlx, returned Mon day. E. S. Clark district attornoy, ient Tuesday in Williams on professional business. A. P. Maglnnis,of the live stock de partment of the Santa Fe Pacific, spent yesterday here. Howard Marine, who has been iii California for several weeks, returned this week. .1. W. Weatherford returned yester day from a...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 April 1898
frmU Hf lhVrV'1-"afTOrf-VA"V lii?TTffl?HP TUB CfKTON'IXO SUN. MILITARY ORDERS. Hcidjuincrs rUtloail Guard of Artzoaa Adjuunt Gedwal'i Offia. Pha-nix, Ariz., April 18, 1809. General orders No. 11. 1- Private Samuel L. Elder, Compa ny K, 1st Infantry Is hereby honorably discharged the service on surgeon cer tificate of disability, to date April .". 1W. 2 The resignation of 2nd Lieutenant Harry- V. Lewis, First Infantry, has lieen accepted by the Governor, Ao date April 8, 1808. :i The reeordn of 'thin otllce show that 1st Lieutenant W. B. HochderlTer First Infantry, has nerved over ,.,V"1 jears in the National Guard of Ariz ona, and ho having applied therefor, in hereby transfered to thelb)t,of Nation Guard veterans; with ,ull fhe rights, privileges and Immunities confered by law. Hy command of Governor Myron IL Mel 'oid. It. AlXYN Lkwis. Adjutant General. r Gtroalno Uaeasy. And now Geronimo and liN Irand of murdering redskins at Fort Sill are be coming uneasy and evidently thirsting ...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 April 1898
M THB COCONINO SUN. Hotlc of Apportionment. cultural reports for 181KJ and would like Olllco of county school superintendent, to distribute them where they will do Flagstaff, Arizona, April 8, 18D8. the most good. H parties desiring To The Coconino Sun: I have thiB bucIi will send him a iwstal containing day received notice that- there is in the their address the book will be prompt county Bchool fund, as, amount received ly mailed to them. Address him at by Coconino county from territorial ap- Washington, D. C. portlonment, the sum of 203.50, which Gov. McCord has received the follow I have apportioned to the several dis- Jng dispatch from X. O. Muphr.v: tricts as follows: "Tho president and secretary of war Flagslaff District, No. 1 012!t.l(i say they highly appreciate your offer Williams District, No. 2 71.48 furnsh a regiment of plainsmen Tuba District, No. 5 31.80 and mountaineers, and if volunteers Fredonla District, No. 0 31.03 are called beyond the capacity of the Total t $2...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 April 1898
jS38&m5832&Mfflil22!a(!S THB'COCOXIXO SITN. TERRITORIAL NEWS. Tha h:ilu wm made He received good An alligator eleven feet long was cvpturocl recently near Yuma. John Sprig, alias Ott. was accidently kllled at Jcromo on Sunday by reck lessly getting too neaf" 'some of the machinery. ' ' .1. M. Ward, the Ton'to 13 inht cattle man has disposed of bin" entire herd, numbering 7,11 )). to outside pirtie- price. J Tlie Journal Miner nays tlmt.To. Siiics and Hurry Wilson killed" oVill snake in the rocktf west of Preeott thl morning which muisiircil 7 feet iinil'8 Inehus In length. ' A.J. Hanson ttlmt und killed Carl 1 Zeck near Tempo Monday. They were neighboring ranchers and tho trouble arou over their right to water ,for ir rigating purine. Jus. A. Fleming mat with an unfortu nate mishap on Tuesday while out be ontl Lost ("Stitch looking ut mining claims. He stepped on a round stone which nilled, causing- a seven: sprain tii his left fojt. Tho injury will lay him up for a week. Ke...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 April 1898
THE COCONINO SUN. i k It ANNOUNCEMENTS. LODGE DIRECTORY. QKAIM TUIBE, NO. 8, 1. 0. R. M. Meets on Sleep ot 7th Sun. Each 7 Suns at 7 Hum, SO lJreatbs. Wigwam, corner Kollroad avenue and Leroux street? Visiting tribe mem bers welcome. C. II. Coble, Sachem. J. M. SiMrsoN, C of H. M OUNTAIN LODGE, NO. l. K. OP P. Meets In 0. A. K. Hall every Wednesday night. Visiting knights nre cordially invited to attend. T. E. 1'ui.liam, C. C. C. A. Ilusii, K. of It. and S. E. S. CLAKK. The murdered body of George W. Gwinn, a miner known throughout Ari zona and New Mexico was found a few days ago at the dump of his claim in Shakespeare canyon near Lordsburg. Ho had been shot through tho body from behind with a Winchester rille. Hua had evidently been dead several weeks as the body was in an advanced stage of decomposition. There is an absence of any motive for the commis sion of the deed. 'OUUT COCONINO. NO. tU0. INDEPEND- . KNT OUDEn or t-OHLHTEItS. c Meets Tuesday nights In Masonic Hall. Visit ing...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 April 1898
M f m&m mttifflfiF&smm THK COCONINO SUN. .THE. Equitable Life Assurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES. Outstanding Assurance Due. 31, 1MI7. $51.tfi.i,!s:l7 00 Nun- Assurance written In 18!)7 lM!.a33,ra (X) Proposals for Assurance Examined and De clined 24,4!)1,07.1 00 Ineome 4M,B72,2CU Kl Assets December III, 181)7 SMl,87G,:iOH (It Keservu on all exUltlng policies, 4 per cent. standard, and nil other liabilities 18(S,:t:l.,i:t:i 'JO Surplus, 4 per cent standard '. 50,54:1,174 84 u Paid Poiley-IIolders in 18117 2l,ltMi,:iH -ir1" HENRY B.HYDE, J. W. ALEXANDER, President, t vice-rresiaeni. 5 ' 5 5 A. A. FISHER, Resident Agent. - Flagstaff, Arizona. 5 iWALTlEP N; PARKHURST, General" Manaeer New Mexico and Arizona Department. ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. Hga I anr.r.nBmi--l r1ifiiV-.
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 April 1898
mMCaHI THK COCONINO SIN. Condensed Time Card No. 2. In cited January -Jl, 1W.) SANTA FE PACIFIC R. R. CO. S7ZT G, N, Baty, i Painter and -i Paper Hanger ; WI.SI. I EW . sTTllS. So. I. N. 2. Ill in p. in. I.v .Chicago.. Ar BUUnni. II 'JO u. m. Kansas Ut Id p. in. aula. m. I Iienter I SiMp.ni li'iu. in. , La Junta I 1 1 ."m u. in. 7 Ml p. in. I.v Albuquerque Ar 10 25 P in. Jul a. m. I Wlmmte. 5 35 p. in 2 J5 a. in. . Uullup S 111 p. in J II . in, .llulbrook Ml p in. 6 MJ a. in. Window 12 35 p. ui V 15 u. in i FliuMaR . Ill 25 a. m 11 10 a. m. Williams. I SMWa. m. 1.' 10 p. in. , Ar Ash'orjt Lvl N utaiu. I J 35 p. in. ' Lv .A.h Fork Ar 7 Jo a. in. '.' ST p. m. I Ar Jerome Jc L 5 a a. m. J 15 p. in. i Prescott 4 30u. in. it 15 p. m. .Congress Jc. . WS.tu.iii V ai p. m. I Ar Phienix I.v loodp in. WJ5p. ra. Lv .Ash Fork. Ar 7 lilu. m. i.ttp. m. .I'each hprlnijs 5VTn.ni I J.' p.m. .Kln.'tnan 2 40a. in. B.ldp. m. The Needles II Si p. in 7 St p. ra. ..Illake Hi Hi p. m. 10 lit p. in. llancl....
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 April 1898
1 THK COCONMNO Sl'X. 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 tilt! Toi'iiim respecting scenic points of interest, how to reach tlit-in, and cost of transportation anil accom modations. , To tin- Hkai.tii-skmcmi, thi' clliniitii' liillucnre on the liumaii system. To the I.nvksioic on Sri-cui.Aioit,thc various openings to get Inrgu returns from capital, both limited and unlimited. To thi) Homk-skuvku, tho various opportunities and un limited possibilities of firming 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, slUerand gold mines, asbestos, water storage for Irriga tion and electrical possibilities'. Wo handle on commission all kinds of property and hae now for sa...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 April 1898
TUK COCONINO SI'N. THE POINT We wish to make is that we do only Good Printing. 2 2 mmm 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. vC C. M. FUNSTON, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. jt
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 April 1898
, a MILLIGAN, Till-: COCONINO Sl'N. II MtNurtcTURin or Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER - Estimates Made on any kind of Stone or Brick Work. TtiSTICE OF THE PEACE. y Flagstaff Precinct. B. HOCK, Stationery , News Stand, FINE CIGARS, Domestic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectionery. RAILROAD AVENUB Flagstaff Stenographic Institute. Stcnof raphy and Typewritlnt it Short Notice. Finest Work. Moderate Rates. Law work a Specialty 1 BABBITT BUILDING, FLAGSTAFF, A. T I I i James P. McGovcrn. Instructor. Collections Made In all Parts of Arizona. Munson's Famous System of Shorthand Taught ",Bvj,n,t-s by New Methods. I -: ' Deeds. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Fire Years Practical J-""1 , Morttates. Experience. wins and Ler papers of all kinds i carefully drawn. J TERMS: $15.00 per quarter, in advance. NOTARY PUBLIC. TELEPHONE NO, 35. r
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 April 1898
r THK COCONINO SUN. C. M. FUNSTON, DO YOU WANT THE LOCAL NEWS? All the local news of the week that is fit to print is to he found in the Coconino Sun, Published every Mat unlay at Flagstaff, the County Scat of Coconino County. WBW If you want the local news subscribe for Thk Sun. .S.tocrip.ion $2.50 'i payable in advance. PUBLISHER.
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 April 1898
grtCtr- OX. XC-r f-ry Vol.. XV. Cfye Coconino Sun. FLAGSTAFF, APIUL :), 18118. T A tlOHDAN. HUntpr. I. tlOBDAH. Snnurr. F V. SISSON. TitMunr THE Arizona Lumber and Timber Co. Mnnufiirtun-r ami Dealers In ...PINE LUMBER... SURFACED MATCHED AND GROOVED, Flooring:, Ceiling, Siding, Rustic, Mouldings, Shingles, Lath, Boxes, Sash and Doors, Bridge and Mining Timbers, Piling, Stalls, Props, Lagging, SAWED. CROSS-TIES I HEWN. Flagstaff, X X Arizona, No. 14. il V IH )i ii f Mmiwmn iwiw
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 April 1898
BBBSESi2SE!2!ftS5 TI1K COl'UN'INO SIN. 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. POLLOCKS Vicc'Prcsidcnt "-M t "" : HOXWORTH & FRIEDLEIN I UlftuU- DllUuil i An-Mill in III.-hiMiM-,,f ! ! Tinning! Plumbing MACHINISTS MENDERS of any old thing. SYKBS HI.OCK, Tin Roofing a Specialty. All kinds of Tinwork and Plumbing done in a first class manner. Work from alonp the line of the Santa Fe Pacific Railroad Solicited FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA, : ltw.v.-. i Flagstaff, Arizonai
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 April 1898
fye Coconino Sun. Vol.. XV. FLAGSTAFF, Al'IML 30, 1KI8. No. 14. THE CALL IN THE COLORS re iu ready, iilil Virginia. Alabama. Tennessee? l'eople of the Southland, answer Knr the land hath need of thee. Here'" fnm Saint) Hln Ornndc. When th.i Texan horsemen rltlt. Here"' the hunters of Keiituck) Hull fnira I'll ilterawlia's sd. Kurt toller In theeotton. Ktcry ru-m-il mountaineer. Vcltct-iolccd nnil Inin-hnnded. Lifts his head to answer, 'here'" Some n muln who chaw 1 with I'ickett." Some surt It e ho followed v. '1'hi t shall lend their sous to buttle I'or the tl m If need there Ik'." re )o nudv. California. Arizona, Idaho Come, oh come unto the colore. leant )e not the tiuirlu hlow v" Fulls a hush In San Francis o In the bus) hltes of trade; In the tlne)unls of Sonoma Pull the pruning knife nnil spade: In the mines of Colorado Pick and drill kit Hum.' aside: 111 V In Seattlr harlxir swlinf the merchants to the tide. And a million nilphlt tolcos Thnih respoiislte like u drum Knlllni; ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 April 1898
mMmnhbmi Tin: cocoNlNo Sl'N. Cattle vs. Sheep I settle the question for good, it can be The following ediurial. from the accomplished to the full satisfaction or Southwestern Stockman, discusses the ' " " lIll'I- T"u ,1,uul ' the north present situation in regard to the dlf-i"" to ,,, ullimwl toi-oni.' Htnith to fereneea between the. sheepmen or the lamb and clip, but the should not pre northern portion of the territory mid j s"' that hu.v lllive h1 t0 ot:cul. the cattlemen who live on the line of tnml door.wird of a man who is an tho trail to the pasture- In the houthern , " -"-'"Id' ' !l immunity. The llook partof tho territory : master- are intelligent people und ean The question of rights between the, L'ilsil appreciate ' wrongs they com eattlemen of Arizona and her lHvk-'mlt in ,llis Wil- A!-,u,n !t is vvv owners is perhaps tho same here as in ' prob.ible that were t,b attention of tin other states and territories of the range ' owners of the Mocks railed to tho mat seetion of ...