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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 July 1898

J HPHnMBiBfadhMaa. WiWi&tifl1t-tf,-p1'- 'JUffri S3EMBM Jtw . THE COCONINO SUN , C, MILLIGAN, MANUFACTUItCR Or Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER - Estimates Made on any kind oil Stone or. Brick Work. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Flajstaff Precinct. '''&' i . LIQUOR STORE $J JULIUS AUBIHEAU. I '4jl 1 DCALCK IH t 'iMll I C FINE -. S "Q; ' j ( WINES, WHISKIES I '! LIQUORS - CIGURS $, I Quietest place la town. J . , " ' . X No gambling allowed. ijf I 1 Family Trade Solicited. i,- J M-mimTmummxmtxmm S I I iSYKES BROS., MACHINISTS and- t MENDERS i of any old thing. ! SYKES BLOC1C, FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA. PUBLIC OPINION 3,000 Papers in I For 3 Months for 25 cents You can feel the great pulse of the United States by reading Public Opin ion, which quote opinions from Atlan tic to Pacific on all important ques tions. In no other way can you become familiar with the sentiment of every state and with the opinions of every faction in every state. President McKinlcy, Senator Allison, Senator Ha...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 23 July 1898

l,i ir V. stV ,V"F i!V, . Eft Iter is , :w JQ w- w irt. I'UK COCONINO SUN SPAIN I Superb Photographs of Uncle Sam's Navy. A superb Portfolio Series of Photographic views 11 x l.'tj Inches In size, of the Battleships, Cruisers, Torpedo Hunts, Monitors, Coast Defense. Hoats, Gunboats and Auxiliary Ves sols of the United States Xavy; drill exercises, JHg Guns and other interesting views, each illustration being accompanied by text matter giving all needful information of our naval re sources. Each Portfolio contains 10 pages of photographs and text matter, printed on heavy plate paper, and bound in colored paper cover. The Entire Set of 12 Portfolios , Can now bo hail on the following liberal terms: Each now and old subscriber to Tiik Coconino Sii.n can re ceive tho entire sot of Portfolios (11! in number) upon the payment of S3 for ono year's subscription. The regular subscription to Tiik Sun Is $2.50. The whole sale price of this superb collection of photographs of "Uncle Sam's Xavy"...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 30 July 1898

t" ip 2jggyg Miaulicturcr of Props, StuMs, Piling, Ties," liarging, ! v. ' " ' ,'s 'yjrjgig r -.-.-.' - . . . ,. fanwnyiigMty fy Coconino Sun! 'j .ARIZONA Vol,. XV. PLAOSTAFF, JULY .!(), 1WI8. No. 27. vl ' , v - : , . . -. 1 , ;-; T. A. RIORDAN, SUnjscr. M. K KlOtDAN. Snirury F. r. 5ttW. Tmrnm. LUMBER AND TIMBER 4h ' COMPiiVK -x. ',, ' Native Pine Lumbeiy- vfMS Boxes, bath, ". 1 Shingles Sash and Doors. Flagstaff, Arizona, .,: :& $'j0i I -' .- ' r. ; ,. S.-'. .',... ", . 44tiiKiamaHma

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. — 30 July 1898

oT.art.jy'i1 ftw . .1 L Till: COCONINO Sl'X ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. Interest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits. Drafts Sold Upon all For eign Countries. J N IH-al Ak-cnt for ilw J 1 AND T 5 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. J C. H. EDWARDS, Assistant Cashier. , ' ' HOXWORTH & FRIEDLEIN v nr , , . f I OSCAR GIBSON I AlV Mill III tilt' IllMllCIW f m Tinninp Plumbing Icoiumbil ; Building t1 m Tin Roofing q Specialty. " Loan I Association 5 All kinds of Tinwork and m t Plumbing done in a first- '"f Comptny hat l class manner. Work from m Plenty ol Money along the line of the Santa to loan on Coorf Fe Pacific Railroad Sohc- 1 2 .. ited J 5ccon'y- -, J INVESTIGATION AND J CORRESPONDENCE FJagstaff, - Arizona.VL'C'TED- J TS-T3aasaSBaH

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. — 30 July 1898

& -?' 53?? Oje Coconino Sun. Vol. XV. FLAGSTAFF, X. fill, I8!t8. Xo. THE MAINE. Hnnc heart- stlll'd on the Maine, a last cood-irond-nlihf (iood-nlKhl to iMllant fellowship and stanch: Lives nut less houor'il If not Inst In Hunt' Tho upon unknown waters je must launch Vour Imal with our rich earito of rejm-t. None whoourionntry low can lilil kimhMiv To jour ri'inrml r.ince. nor an v er fornet What sncrllice r nude for her. Wedlc In ai?e mid aliens, hut In youth 'mid friends Whoso Impulses are ours, to whom nllke The tirluht meridian of manhood lends Itsirlorj-. Tho1 jour knell untimely strikes, Xo silent sllitlniz of the hurried enrs M.iv hldcour worth nor choke the souneof tears (irlswnldlHi liter In North China llemld. To SPAIN- A LAST WORD I. IIktI.hi' palter immure! ll thine hands, thine alone, thev were slain! Oil tuns a deeil In the dark - Yet mark" We will show joun wav-onlyone-liy whkh je iii.iv blot out the stain' II. Hull I them a ninnum-at. hnm todet" sleep In their sl...

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. — 30 July 1898

Sfl TOTSfHIE8!!!1!1 THK COCuXIXu SL'X Banishment of Yellow Fellows. A Son't Letter. Xew York. July 24. Tho Washing-1 .Mrs. S. A. MrCllntock received tli; ton correspondent or tho Hoialil tele- following letter from her son. Captain graphs: Secretary Alger received to-1 James Mc('linto.!k. writ'en before leav day from Major General Shatter un of- Intr for the north: tidal report regarding tho iMiiishinent ''Off Santiago, July 14. from Santiago lie Cuba of Sjlvester "Dear Mother: I am Hat on m, hack Scovel, ropre.-eiting the Xew Yore wounded through the left Inner leg. World, and tho con espondonts and ar-' but am getting along very well with tistsof tho Xew York Journal. The evory prospect of early lerovery. I Secretary declined to iua'fo puhlie the telegraphed yon from the hattlelield toxt of tho dispatch, hut I learned the when 1 had heen tu'ten under a tree for naturu of It contents. General Shaf- the night. Haobtvnnn the hospit.il ter reported that Scovel attempted to1 ship Olive...

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. — 30 July 1898

i.l'!J' i jjy '"i"""!.)!'! THK COCONINO Sl'N and ti Yalegraduate, unmarried. Be.v eredge was a man with ji large family. Carlson was single. The building liail always been considered safe. Officials of ilic i'omany say that the stiports of the mini! gave un and lot the build ing foundation fall. Sick and Wounded. Washington, July 2.1. Tlic war de li.irtiiii'iil lias received from Acting Surgeon Henry L. Brown, in charge of the shipOIIette. a list of tin- patient tiaiisoi'ti'(l on IkkiiiI that vessel from Santiago to New York, with a state- 'J ment of the diagnosis and condition of each pt'ion. Tliu patients have been distributed in various hospitals in and around New York. Tin' more serious cases given ari as follow h: Typhoid fever, serious Second In- I fantry, Lieutenant William M. Fiscu. ? Typhoid fever, not serious First fit Cavalry, Private Carl (i. Doustad. i First United States Volunteer Cavalry, Privates Dave A. Iladden and Walter S. Heebee. Thiiil Infantry. Piivate John Car...

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. — 30 July 1898

!tesaK2 Tin: Coconino sr. I TERRITORIAL NEWS. I 'caches were never so cheap in Tuc son as the are at the present time. llungi' News: YV. .lenson. a Cil.i count stockman, is reported to hau j;ono to California with thucipcctation of bulling his e.ittle. IlisbeeOrb: Tins Kriu Cattle com ! pan .vesterday shipped a trainlnad of cattle from their ranjio in the Sulphur Springs vullu to the Kansas market. llm;u News: The A-tee Caltlecom- I pin has l.itelv driven several hundivd three. ear old steers from Holhrook to San Carlo- The were sold to Mr., .1. V. Viokers, the beef contrtclor at the a;;eno. KanjjeNews: Mr. I). V. Wicker-1 sh mi has had removed to his Howi.-i, ratine the cattle which formerh were atIUile's Wells. He has ceased to keep up the W1C brand, the increase of which oes in Ins main iron 7. -. I Cilia count w ill enjo a series of I hoisuiaces at I'ajson, that count,, from August Ut to 4th. inclushe, I Purses rantre from I'll) to $17."). and the event promises to attract man o...

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. — 30 July 1898

Till: COCONINO Sl'N ? yA takes the dcpirtmcut some tiini' to mm c. The mm imr. 117 wui U'i dull tlii" liiisint'-suf that ji.u is estimated the thir.x the postmaster tdmll leceixe, this .war. .Iiid'iny: from t lie amount of I business transacted this xear.sinee the I lifinninu' of the piescnt postal .xeur1 on Aptil 1st. it is estimated thut if the 1,'ood times continue the sal irx of the olllce net xeir will piobiblx be laised to fl.otl ). ' DISTRICT COURT DOCKET. ' I . .!.. I August Term. Opcn.ng Next Monday the 1st. CHIMINAI. CVSKS. Tenitoix s. Messiek nee Mux. Tenitorx Xs.tJus. Miideilneh. Temioix s. Auiclio Montnxa. Tcnitoi.x s. H. C!. I)iis. Ten llorx xs. .1. !'. Da'irs, .loseChaxes and Cullelaiio Vh mo. Teiritoi.x xs. Illwin I. Koeis. civil. CASKS. William Wallace xi.. (J. N. Butx etui. C. I). Willurd xs. Win. Munik ml ministiator estate of .1. T. MiumI-, de ce i sed. Bihhitt Biotheis xs. .1. It. Kilp.it i ii'l;. I. P. Wulliice xs. I).. I. Poitel. Sintu Vn Paeillc Itailioul Co....

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. — 30 July 1898

THIS COCONINO Sl'N (Che (Cucciutuo nm. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. Kntcml In tho l'o-tonli-e at KIuksIuIT as second- i-ltts matter. Issuvil cery Saturday. SuWrtiulon irlii', two dollar, and titty cents 11 ir. In udant'c. Kery paper Is stopped at thu expiration tt the tlniopild for. C M. FUNSTON, Editor. ULAOSTArV, AUGUST II'J, 1"MIS. The Cuban junta, looks wistfully over tho fence ;iil want to know what it is to jit't for this ten ears' talk. Tin: mollify hi"; intluenroof tho 2-coiit r jveiiuo sUmp will hi t -io 1 on thu ("il ium if thuy atUmpt tol3 tiurulj. Al-TKit wo gel Sp.iin thoroughly whipped Djii Curios would liko the contract for burying tho lemains. II.WINU suece-sfiilly raised an army, wo will now give s :ne attention to the work of raising Cervera's ship,. "V.K," muses Ailinlf.il Sunps.Mi. as lio founts over hi, qu irter of a million of prize money, "is indeed tenihle." Admiral Dewey will h.ivo to put up a "Keep OIT tho Crass" M.r t p,.0tc,.t his town lots-fr,, m Kurpiii treptss-...

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. — 30 July 1898

TIIK COCONINO SUN I GET YOU READY, EVERYBODYI Dar's Gwine Ter Be a Minstrel Festival in Dis Yar 0 Town. "The fiscal year upon which u uru 1; celebrated. In the eveningservlce, now entering promises to he one of ' the hcrmou will tiiki' the form of a story prosperity imp ualleled in the history entitled "The Hisc. Hcign ami Final of the country. The tendencies to- Overthrow of the Silver Tea Set.'" All ward industrial recovery during the are eoidlallj invited. H. I. jf'orser, last hIx months have been no vigorous I'astor. i. ....... .... t t .. - tnai me iiiierveiiiiun in an imp.niani war and a large iiictc.isc of taxation , hive scarcely produced any visible cheek upon business. Kvery where tlii-oilL'lloilt the couiiti-x tlieli-.idi! feel- ing is hopeful. Our factories are lwt- A '"'"rel urfor.nanee is being pre- teremplovedthan at iiuv time since l"ll0(1 b-v lwal u,0,,t' under the direc ISC. Theoxpo.t trade is expanding t ion of C. Nick Stark, for presentation faster than eer. and ...

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. — 30 July 1898

t&A&uMt TUK L'OCO.NINO SUN A Popular Arizonian. Harper's Weekly contained the fol-! lowing regarding the Hough Hiders; i Speaking of the appointment tr Hon. Win. Tudor, It" Hrimmer street, Hos-1 j. o. Murphy us governor of Arizona, ton, is colliding funds to supply the ( ti10 Washington Post has the following: Hough . Hiders with hummo.-ks, mo-j "Hon. N. (). Murphy, who was for quito-nctting, abdominal binds and thu M'cond time apNinted governor of otlier requisites to warfare in the Arizona jesterdai, was seen lit tlie tropics. The Hiders come from nil ! Normandle last evening. He was ap- partsof the country, and represent all j Hintcd to succeed Myron H. Met oril. sort-, of folks, from Now Voik clubmen up to full-blooded Indians. As they come from no state in particular, they are'no one's special care, and the onlj things they .uem absolutely sure of who wax named for the governorship of tliu territory lij President McKinlcy after veri prolonged and hot fight among several...

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. — 30 July 1898

t. iim inriMifcawmMf , i j 11. i THK COCONINO SUN Mr fi J. .1. Donahue in in Los Angeles this w -ek. Mrs. .lohn l'ullar in recovering from her recent lline-"'. II. F.. Campbell returned Thursday from a trip to California. M. .1. Kennedy, the contractor, wan up from WInslow Tuesday. Deputy SliurilT Hush returned this morning from an olllciul trip to Gallup, X. M. 15. F. C'r.tlili of l'ninon.i, Cal., arrived in town tiMluy. He will probably lo cate permanently here. S. .1. Lewis of Ash Fork spent e.ter (1 ay here. Mr. Lewis in building three business houses in Ash Fork. Adjutant (iener.il K. Alljn Lewis ar rived tnis inortil ny for a visitor recrea tion in Flagstaff's unexcelled summer climate. .1. (,'. Brown, the head oltheSaginaw Lumber Company enterprise at Wil liams, arrived in town on this morn ing's Xo. 2. J. II. Hon man, formerly of Holbrook hut now register of the land office at Tucson is recovering from an attack of t ptioid fever, G. M. Little of Phii'tiix arrived Wed nexlay...

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. — 30 July 1898

wffwTgatfglIfaSBlwarftiJ KiwnaxaBll: THK COCONINO SUN BRIEF LOCALS. VWWWWWWVVWWV Satukhay, July :io, 18!s. Ico wild drinks ut (i. II. Collin's, tf Thu Peoples' btoro is the place tosav e money. -Try us. Gov. Murphy will pi-obably urrivo ut Plm-nlx August Ut. The Peoples' store. Como and exam ine our goods and prices. Fresh str.iwherrii'i, raspberries and blackberries at G. II. Coffin's. 2Uf TtlK SUN for one year and a herles o! 12 numbers of Uncle S.uu'h Navy for $3. I'. S. (Josney has moved his olllce to thu second floor of the new pistnlllce building. If you want the best mackerel in the market or the freshest cheese, go to (5. II Collin. 21if People who have houses or furnished or unfurnished rooms to rent should ad verti-o the same in the Su.. Go to IXivUon & Cron in's for every thing llrst-chih-i in harness and saddle. Up to date. You know the place. 24lf Furniture coaie and see what we have in the line and learn our prices. Flagstaff ( 'ash St re. iTrtf Hats and cap-. by a...

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. — 30 July 1898

Hff! T1IIC COCONINO SUN A H arrived from Williams last .Sunday. They will tike proiiinent-parts in the local minstrel performance to be given ut Babbitt's opera hotic the .th Inst. "The apparel oft )roulaims the man" w) Mild Polonius. Don't go shabbily dressed when you can get it neat and durable suit of clothes for so little mon ey ut the Flagstaff Cash Store. i"tf C. J. Hall, cashier of the Phoenix National hank of Phoenix, lias leased the C. A. Greenlaw brick residence on on Leionx street for the summer. Mr. Hall, wife and mother arrived Thurx day, and they are delighted witli the summer climate of Flagstaff. Samuel K. Sli e.naker, of Kearns Ciinj on, writes SheritT C.imiron that he has taken from a Navajo Indian u roan iony, with white points and branded on the hip witli a limine of an ice ton;;. It N supposed that the jHiny belongs to someone in Flagstaff. The owner can send or call immediately, identify and take the horse, or say what he wants done uitli him. Whintsexey Adams,...

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. — 30 July 1898

itatWkfcW'tfMfcl'Ufc lrfniWBffwi-rJfffffllflH1ll""tt aac''-ag Till: ( 0( OXLN'o SUN C. C. Hull traveling salesman of Al buquerque, was in town Thin win). J. Hex Hull, the Hisbeo newspiper limn who wont to Cuba with the Hough Hidei. bus died fiom tins effects of wounds i eeelied ut Santiago. FokSale An PJlson Mimeograph. Best duplicator of either chiiogiaphic or tvpowiltten matter in inufaetured. 'all at SUN ollice. An Aliona I anchor has posted the follow ing notice on a cot ton wood Hee near his place: "M wife Sarrali has left mj laneh when I didn't Doo a Tiling Too her and i want it Distinkl nndei stood that 1111 Man as takes her in and Keels for her on m account will get himself Pumped so Pull of Ltd that come tendeifoot will locate him foramlneial claim. A word to the wise is sufficient and oiterwoikon fools." Graham Bulletin: The question of feeding cattle for market is one which should inteiest the fatmeis of this alle. The fact alone that butchers and contiactois in this coun...

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. — 30 July 1898

TIIK COCONINO SUN fA those win) were wont to congregate about the Hlove )f the countrj Moic in which tho impersonator used 10 clerk in his jonth. There was I Ik; witl Irishman, this deacon, the old school master, the pompous storekeeper, the ilmle just returned from college ;md tliu driiiiiiner, and thej nil participate in the conversation, and each has a storj to tell. The characters wpiu so faith full) dr.iun that one could almost im agine that he was sitting on a cr.ieker Imix in the Ullage stole listening to the jokes, philosophy and mm. ill talk, and that Dennis, the deacon and all the others wete actual individualities. Mr. Conary appeared Inro under the aus pices of the Lpworth League and on this account as well as in view of the merit of the entertainment, there should have been a crowded house. Two of Babbitt Brothers' delivery teams ran awav this afternoon. The. weie standing in the rear of the store when thuj became frightened and dashed into San Francisco street, the big...

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. — 30 July 1898

-J tiii: k oxixo sex The Water Works. The water niiikt will bo pushed n completion bv tho contractor, G. W. Stimlcwmt, Jr. A good deal of pte llminar wot k lms been done and till remains to bo done, ami it is expected that the contracts will all lie signed next i'e', and then woik will he com meneeil in earnest. J. M. Vandorwerker is with apait) of urvevors, making the permanent loe.ition of tho line this week. The reservoir site has been located, and the first work will lie dom)onthuioervolr gions would blimon and hjco.nc and become as fruitful a the tf.it den spjts August 11th. The Journal-Miner of tliu liltli says. K. J. K. Home returned this afternoon from his ilt to California, a vi-it which was nccomp-inied with the great est sorrow which the human heart can experience, the death of his wife. The remains or his loved one were brought onthesune train with him. and were met at the depot by a large concourse ofsympathlng friends, and taken to the Catholic church, where funeral se...

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. — 30 July 1898

PHUH TIIK COCONINO Sl'N 'A The War Tax in Brief. Cigars, W per l.(MK. Wini.'. 1 cent' per pint. Tim, 10 cunt :i pound. Cigarettes. :t.(M per l.lKK). Telegraph message. 1 writ. Heor mill ale, fci ti hirrel. Tobacco, ll! cents a pound. Ii.uik checks, 2 cent stamp. Mixed Hour, 4 cents :i barrel. Itiileimiif vinr bond, "iU cents. Marriage certificates, Hi cents. Lout; distance telephone call, 1 cent. Life iiisui'uncc policy, for each i llKI. lllccllts. Manifests of express package. 1 cent stamp. Perfumery, for each ." cents value, Ollc-clgllliiof 1 pel-font. liiMiellt society insurance. 4!) per cent of lirst week'-' premium. Mortgage, llinlot- i I,."iJJ, ircnt-: for each ?".)') over S1..VU, i't cents. Fire insurance, one-half of I percent on each iloli.ir insured. Patent medicine, for each " cents value ont--oightli of 1 pur rent. L-Jaso, oho i'iir, i'lCL-iil-: throeyears iV) cents: ovcrthivo jears. 1. Passage to foreign cumin le. not ex ceodicg?:i), 1: not exceeding 'Mil. tt: ovor Si!....

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. — 30 July 1898

.J THi: (( oXIXO M'X ANNOUNCEMENTS. LODGE DIRECTORY. and -7. Aiijru-t -. IT anil III. omitilitions ji-.itfu c.ioli w.ij 1'iiit of San Hm n.irilliii). StopovL'i allouiiil utpleiiHtirti wi'stofS.in HmiiiII'JIho. Tickut-t y(Kil (or ID il.i. I'm (uither Iiidn iiiittiiin Q1UIIH TKIHK NO ( I O II M Meets on Sleep of 7th Sun Kai h 6 Suns ut 7 . ,,, ,, . .,.., Huns ai liriutV. WlKam iorner Hallroul appl I . W HlVIs, Ajjullt. nunue unci termix strett. Vlsltlnir tribe mim Rrs welcome J J IKmt saihim VM PiiiililtIN C of I! M OUNTAIN IXHHlr', NO 1 K OF 1' Mnulnii A. It ll.illcicr Wiilnevltt nlL'hl VWtln.' knlchts ure lonllulli lui Ited to Jttiml l M FfNXTOS l I' C. A. Hfsll, K of K. ami S -OIJIIT COCONINO. NO ') INlKl'i:N'l- lnt oimm or mhii-sihis c Meets Tuesilaj nlKhts In Masonic Hull Vlslt Invj numbers tallied to uttuid the Court mis t Ins (! K l.nr (' K Louis Sl'U it1, lteiordtr 17I.A(!STAFF I.OIX5K NO 11 A O V W Metis tun Thursda;, nlnht VMtliu mem t rs lu Ited to utlcnil J It 1 in it C M ...

Publication Title: Coconino Sun, The
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