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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
TIIK (()((), I NO SUN J' Indies' calling cuds, in the correct itles printed in the latest co))L'r-i)l:ite crlpt at this ntllce. Notice to Creditors. Kst.ite of Nora Moore, an In-line person Notice Is hereby irlwn ty the undenliroed, truardlan of the estate of Noni Moore, un Insane lrson. to the creditors of and , ill persons hai -int; ilalmsniralnst the said Nora Moore to ex hibit thi m with the neiessury ouehers within four monthn after the tint publication of this notice to the said guardian m theortlieof the lountj reeonlerln the town of 1'la.tarf Arl 7nru the same ielntf the plice for the transne tlon of business of said estate In sild ionnt of CiKonlno T K l'l'l 1 1AM (luirJInl of thoe-itite of Nora Moon- an In sane pcnon. Dated this JJth da) of M ly. IfJX. First published In the Cikiimmi Mi.n Ma Jl Hix l"-M Notice of Sale of Real Estate. Notlie Is hertb Kit en that In pursuance of an order of the l'robate Court In and forlhccounU ofL'oionlno territory of Arizona made on the I ...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
p?3r THi: COCONINO SUN ANNOUNCEMENTS LODGE DIRECTORY. OKAIHI THIHK, NO. H I O. K. M. PUBLIC OPINION 3,000 Papers in I Meets on Sleep of 7th Sun Itach 7 Suns lit 7 Fr !l Monti ls for 25 cents Huns, a) llreatlis. Winn am rorniT ltallro.id i aenuo and Leroux street. Vlsltlm; trllw mem bers welcome. C. II CoiH.h, sactum. J. M. SIMPSON, C. of It. M OUNTAIN LOIWK. NO. 15. K. OP I'. Meets In (1. A. It. Hall e erv Wednesday nlirht. Vlsltins knights are cordially Invite;! to attt ml. T. K. 1't'I.I.I i C. C. C. A. Jlusil. K. of It. and S. "OUUT COCONINO, NO. MS. INDKl'KNIl v E?jr omiEit of miihsiMis. Meets Tuesday lilirhts In Masonic Hull. Visit ing members Invited to attend the Court meet ing. O. K I.OHK. C. It I-OUIs Sl'IElts. Heeorder. I7LAGSTAKP LOIXIK. NO. 1.1. A. O. V. V Von can foul the jjriMt puNe of the Unit oil States hy roadiiisr l'uhllo Opin ion, which quotes opinions from Atlan tic to l'acillc on all important ques tions. In no other n can .win become, familiar with the sentiment...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
THK COCONINO SUN ...THE... Equitable Life Assurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES. Outstanding Assurance Due. 31, l-7 $!l31.irw,W7 00 New Assurance written in 18!t7 ir0,!l.",0!i3 (M) Proposals for Assurance Kxainineil and T)c- j, dined .v." '24,4111,973 00 In.-o.ne 48,r,7:,2G!) 03 Assets December 31, 1W17 ....?- 230,870,308 Ot Kecrvoon all exisitlng policies, percent. standard, ami all other liabilities 180,333,133 20 Surplus, 4 per rent standard 50,543,174 HI Paid Policy-Holders in 18!I7 21,100,314 14 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.
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
TIIK COCON'l.N'l) Sl'N ft i I i J; - 1 i ) (I (f All Work Guaranteed a N. Baty, Painter SANTA FE PACIFIC R. R. CO. Condensed Time Card No. 2. In effect J.inu.irv -M. I"'.. 1 tni. Paper Hanger I linc the agency for tho largest wall paper manufactory In the United States. I 1.000 SAMPLES' to select from. LIQUOR STORE JULIUS AUBIKEAU, DCAIER IN FINE. WINES, WHISKIES LIQUORS - .CIGARS Qw'etcit place in tow a. No gambling allowed. Family Trade Solicited. V'VVAVV' UK I KtST. sruioN. No. I. No. 3 Hi 01 p. in. I I.v . .Chlcaim. . An 9 ml p. m. 1 1 -.11 it. in Knnsjs Clt ' Tu"p. m. Hon a. in Demur. S p. in 4 33 a. in. I.u.lunt.i II .Via. in 7 .V) p. in. ' I.v Allniiiieniue Ar' In 3ft p. in 3 ua it. in. WliaMte. ." M p. m '.' 3Tia in ..(ialllip. S III p. in. .IS! a.m. .Holbrook Ml p. in H ;) u. m. Win-low- r." :n p. 111. n r H in. riuL'suiT loss a. iii II Ilia. in. Williams.. u iwu in. Ijjujijn Ar .A li Turk I.v K or. a. in. 13 :n p. in. ' hv .Ash Pork Ar1 7 .HI a. in. Sir p. iii. Ar .Ii'mine...
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
THK COCONINO Sl'N KLACSTAKl' fc f Real Estate and Mining Exchange. The Only Reliable Bureau of Information in Northern Arizona. Accurate Data ot Mines in Operation, their Output and Com mercial Value. Prospects, and their Actual Value. Information Furnished. Tii the Tonilsr respecting -c-fiii jmiiitn of interest, how to roach them, :itnl cost or transportation n ml accom- IIMIlIiltUlIIS. To the llKAi.in-st-1-KMi. tin- climatic influence on the liiininn system. To the Invwioii oitSi'K-i'Mioii.the various openings to get large returns from capital, both limited and unlimited. To the Homk-skkkhi. the arioiis opportunities- and un limited possibilities of firming in this section. 1'rices or hon.es, cattle, sheep mill 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. We handle on commission all Kinds of property and have now for...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
THK COCONINO Sl'N swww it i Uk yPi&!&2!fSA THE POINT We wish to make is that we do only Good Printing. JTc vC WfW THE POINT We wish to emphasize is that we want your printing, and if you consult your best interest S you will bring your printing to us. The prices are right. C. M. FUNSTON, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. issil i
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
r tui: ( oioMNo six , C MULLIGAN, MANurCTuKtn or Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Estimates Made on any kind of Stone or Brick Work. l JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, Flagstaff Precinct. B. HOCK, Stationery News Stand FINE CIGARS, Domestic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectionery. RAILROAD AVENUE. jJP F W RUSCOE 'SV I For uri) thin in drus, patent tnedi- " ' ' " " ' eine, toilet mid fancy articles, hooks Practical Shoemaker ami Rt.uioi.pry to the : I.ocatcdin thclIoxuorthbuildinKuould Pirvnppr Tll'llO" tni'P Inform the public that he Is prepared 1U11LCI 1 1 Ug O LULC to do nil kinds of Shoo Repairing i The oldest, larjjest and hest in north at reasonable prices. SatN- ' em Arizona. fa tlon guaranteed. D. J. BltANNEN, Propr. Fostofflce are"rel:ry- Store! J. A. JVIAURER, Proprietor. rractlcnl Watchmaker and .louder. Dealer in Watches, Clocks, Spectacles and Siherware. Repairing carefully done. Postofflce building. T, Ul. Paton Ulhisky "'H - - Stfiinped in ImiihI Sold by J. F. HAWKS at ...
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
TiirccoroxiNo sir.x C. M. FUNSTON, DO YOU WANT THE LOCAL NEWS? WWW All the local news of the week that, is fit to print is to bo found in the Coconino Sun, Published every Saturday at Flagstaff, the County Seat of Coconino County. WWW t If you want the local news subscribe for Thk Sun. Subscription $2.50 ,K payable in advance. WWW PUBLISHER.
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
Cfye Coconino Sun. Vol,. XV. FLAGSTAFF, MAY US, I81IS. I JtttS $ T. A. KIOKDAN. Utnittr. M I RIOKDAN. Stcrcury. 5 F. V. SISSON. TrtMunr K ARIZONA LUMBER AND TIMBER COMPANY, Manufacturers of Native Pine Lumber, HOXES, L.'lTll, I SHTXGLES, 8.isir ji.vn noons. Flagstaff, Arizona, I PROPS, STULLS, PIL1XG, Tf'JS, L.'IGGTXG, No. IK. nz V i I V "'',
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
7' Tin: cocoxiNo si n -51 MJfr 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, Cashier. C. H. EDWARDS, Assistant Cashier. i SYKES BR0S.J HOXWORTH & FRIEDLEIN Aiv Mill in the 1ui!ii-kxof v MACHINISTS S MENDERS J of any old thing. SVKICS HI.OCIC, jlTinninp Plumbing Tin Roofing a 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 ited. . J FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA, Arizona.
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
w imjrfini mrrir. Efye oconino Sun. Vol.. XV. KLACSTAKF, .MAY 2, W.H. No. 18. ANSWERING T0J10LL CALL. This one fmijjlit vvlth .latkson nn faced the Unlit with Lee: 'I h.it imt) followed Sherman us he nallopiil to the ca Hut they re mnrchln' nn toncther Just lis friendly us c.in le Vint the) 11 answer to the roll-cnll in the mnrnin Thev 11 nilh to the tinht In the storm l.i .mil nlnht. In bonds th it no cruel fate shall sevt r While tin1 storm winds waft on hlnh Their rlnnlnn battle r Ourcountr) ourtountrj fonder' The brave old Hair aliove them Is rlppllnn down Its reil K.uh crimson stripe the emlilein of the blood hv heroes sheil. It shill wave for tlum victorious or ilroo) utiovelhcm -dead Tor thev II answer to the nill-mll In the mornin ' Thev 11 rallv to the Unlit In the slot in j dav anil nlnht In honils that no iruel fate "111 suit While the far-fameil hattle t r Sh ill no rliinlnn to the skv Oiirtountrv ourcountrv fortver' Atl int i Constitution THE WAR CLOUD Cods solonn lliou...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
f Till-: COCONINO Sl'N i EX-COV. FRANKLIN DEAD. THE FUTURE OF CUBA. I After the War, Annoxtlon Would bo The Summons Camo While Taking Best For the Island. A Nap. Washington. May -!. Tin- late re- Kx-Governor Honjainin J. Ki-.inkliti pot-ts from Cuba, -liouinj; th.it the Co died at his residence in l'hu'nix on last Imii army has iiothiux; like the effective Thuisday afternoon at about 1 oVlock. ! stiength it was alleged to osses,, have At three o'clock Mr. Krankliu wont'M't the statesmen to tliitikiii- of the into liis loom mid laid down on his pioblenis which must be met after the couch. An hour later he was discov- Spanish have lieen forced to capitulate, ined by members of his family silent I To the minds of some of the shrewdest in tho embrace of death. senalois and congressmen, who have Governor Fr.iiikl I u was .") e.iisi old. been closely Matching developments. He leaves u family consisting of a w ife, ' the task of the I nited States to estab daughtcr and two sons, one of who...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
Till: ( ( ONMNO SI'N y will unqm.tioii.iblj be given u chance, under the ft lendlj piotectoiate of the Pnitcd Status, but. in the opinion of some of the wisest of the Amerieui statesmen the elToi t is foredoomed to f.iilute. Theiew tuken of what the fntllie has in stole for the IhI.uhI is that tlie Cubans themselves will quieklj mognizo that it is to their intei est to allj themulies to the Puked States, and will do mi of their own fiee will. If the island should come under the Anieiiean Mag in this wij it is surelj destined to be one of the liehest conn tties on the faee of the eaith. No eimntrj on earth has si moie pioduetiie soil, or. for its sie, mote milieial wealth. Onee the island has i ome into the possesion of the United States, if tint should lie its (U-stitij. Ameiiean ctpitalaml American l.ilior would be fieelj emplojed to developed Its almost boundless wealth, and its i ie topios peiitj and gieatness would be lapld. Ho Was Uo-to-dato. The fol'owing -torj is told bj the ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
ffi'J TIIK COCONINO SIN Jl gr.i.ss roots. Tlio ledgj is 2J feet wide and the ore is cheaply mined, averages lii 7-10 copper, utul is of a character that it makes it desirable to Mux with the ores of the United Globe Mine-, which company has contracted to smelt it. .Ins. A. Pluming, president of the Muck Warrior company, notwithstand ing the many discouragements which he has had to face, has never lost confi dence, in the property, and is now prac tically tho solo owner. About 20 tons of ore are being delivered to the United OIoIkj smelter daily, at a cost for min ing and hauling of ?U.i"i per ton, leav ing the handsome margin of profit of from $10 to flU per ton. Mr. Pleming informs us there is enough ore in sight to insure a continuation of shipments for one y ear. Others claims in the group have been more or less developed, some of them with very -atisfaetory results, and then is no doubt but the Black Warrior Copp-'r compiny has one of the most valuable properties in Globe distri...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
TDK COCONINO SUN y rubber, UN cover for our bed, or to, nardinn. Stop over allowed lit pleasure throw over one when riding in tin; i west of San Bernardino. Tickets good rain. Our horses are b.i and 1 got for it,) days. For fmthci- information good one, 7 years old. I thought. h: apply to C. V Davis. Agent. would not buck, ImL this morning at rusi.nl mount he shook me up in a lively waj . " I sun excused from sill guard llI"l drill duty, us I am serving sis m)-I ma lt; r. 1 haw to stay two hours esich day in the tent and the lirst sergesinl calls Tne Cuba and for each troops mail, and the rest of the time 1 gather mail and hell photo-, ..,,,,,,,,,.,,, fol. a ,.,.,, ,llP, grsmns. l nave sum over iuw. i American Navy, Hawaii. A portfolio, in ten parts, sixteen views in each part, of the finest half tone pictures of the American nav. Cuh.iand Hawaii, has just been is-ned h a Chicago publishing house. The Santa Fe l'acilic railroad has e '..ilttliin fin- tlu lumnllt of its nitrons. i-lo...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
THK CUCOMXO SUN (hc (Goccniuo i;u. FLAGSTAFF. ARIZONA. Entered In the I'oitolllce at Khnrstaff as socond- class matter. Issued uery Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars nml titty cents u jcar. In advance. Every paper Is stopped ut the expiration of the time paid for. C M. FUNSTON, Editor. FLAGSTAFF, MAY 23, 18!H. I news to Iks published. While this new I policy of Iho government is hard upon i tlie newsgathcrers, thero are no two I opinions about its lioiny the correct i wuy to conduct u war. Until this k1- icy was adopted our newspapers had furnished the Spanish advunce notice of every movement that was to be made liv this government. I THIS week's stall appointments from r.r ! civil life include the following; scions The men of Admiral Dewey's squad ron will receivealMiutfilU.OOOpremiuin money, under the. law that autl10ri7.es the payment of 01 DO for each man of the enemy's warship destroyed in action. CUHA will soon io cut off from cable communication witli the world, excep...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
T11K COCOMNo Sl'X A ily stave (ill tilt; invtish f Cuba, lint it- presence w 111 nut cjntinnu to do so. The plans for the invasion were sus pended because it was deemed wise to wait until after the liijf naval fight which the Spanish were Niipx)seil to he seeking had taken place, hut now that it is known that no light in being sought hy the Spanish lleet. those plans are to be carried out. Memwhilc our Meets will si-ek the Spanish lleet and destroy it if they can catch it. AM ANGLO-AMERICAN ALLIANCE THAT Anglo-American alliance, which wi many pel-sons believe will be an accomplished fact in the near future, has been very much at the front this week, owing to the speech of Hon. Jo seph Chamberlain, a member of the English cabinet, which skeins to have created a sensation among the Euro pean governments. Although there is reason to believe that K irnp.uu politics figured in the making of the .speech, it has been received with great ordiality in Washington. Neither the president nor an...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
TIIK COCOXINO SUN "FIGHT OR STARVE" I WEYLER'S GUSH. i That's What Schley Sent to Admiral Cervera at Santiago. New Yoik, May 27. Tho evening Journal's Key Weil special says under llajf of truce, Admiral Schley sent .1 challenge to Ailminil Cervera at San tiago tie Cuba hurlxir t( come out into tho open sea utul light. The language of Schley's message was "light or starve." Now York, May 27.- A Muil ami Im press dispatch from Key West this af lernoon says that the fleet of Ailinir.il Cervera is no longer at Santiago do Cuba. The belief is th.it Cervera is preparing to make a descent on Mime onu of the Atlantie coast cities. The naval experts are disgusted because of the fact that the Spanish lleet has i given tho Americans another slip. The I idea seems to prevail that they have! been away fiom Santiago since last Saturday. I I Washington, Maj 27. Seeiotary I Lonj; informed the cabinet to-day that lie had no positive information that Ad miral Cerv era's lleet was Untied up in I Santi...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
THK COCONINO SUN Memorial Services. Sunday, being Memorial day, ati the Church of tlm Nativity, High Mass ' will bo celebrated ut 11 o'clock u. in. ' Veterans of the G. A. It. and members of Co. I, of the National Guards will at-1 tend in their full uniforms and in a I body. The program to bo rendered bj the excellent Choral Union of the I church will be us follows : Vidi Aquam, followed by a stanza of the national hymn, " The Star Span gled Banner." Farmer'- Mass in H Hat. Offertory: "Lead Kindly Light." Words by Cardinal Newman, music by a member of the Order or Mercy. At the end of the mass, the 4th stanza of the national hymn. "The Star Span died Banner.' Then Goeb's solemn "Tantum Krgo," followed by Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Tho services will cloo with the sing ing of "America" by tho choir sup ported by the whole congregation. The Choral Union is eompo-ed of the following members: Mesdames .1. II. Lind, T. A. Uiordan, D. J. Uiordan, C. .1. Babbitt, .1. B. Pout...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
TUK COCONINO SUN 1 WWVWlWWVtWWWWt9 (tWWVWVVWWVVVWWWVVV BRIEF LOCALS. Collin's telephone Is Xo. 27. Cull mo up. Fresh vegetables, berries, etc., lit Coffin's. "Old Glory" now waves over the city hull. The Peoples' store Is the plies tosave money. Try us. H. K. Campbell Is Imildiny an addi tion to his residence. J. D. Newmin returned from a trip to Los Angeles Tuesday. The Peoples' store. Come and oxam-' Ine our goods and prions. John Sterling of Williams, spent Tuesday in tho county seat. What next? Mocha and Java colTce ii cents per pound at Collin's. 1 am giving free 1 dust-pan with every broom purchased. O. H. Collin. . C. D. Seymour, returned Wednesday from a trip to Tuba City. John I. Tolcr was married to Mrs. Eva Fox at Yuaia on May 14. Will Ashurst. who has been attend ing college in California returned Mon day. Mrs. J. L. Treit came down from Dennis' mill Tuesday and is visiting friends here. Freely Froy returned Tuesdaj from Present and Jerome where he has been since the Hrs...