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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 September 1898
kj2Cg22a Tin: cocoxiNo sin A A Kev. I'. 1'. Wilson leaves for the eon- ferenee September "JO. His last t Sabbath with tht! Methodist ( Iiuioli : will be Si-pt. Hill. K.ilns t; intiiiui! t) fall al :i sl e. 'cry afternoon, ami while mil1 neighbors In Callforni.i urij suffering fni.n a pro-1 traded iliviiitli. v- an; blessed with an abundance of m lislure. C )ii-iiKi'.ililu d-d.iy of Kit." has lioi'iii fiiu t-il by shortage of water in tin1' t ink, making it necessiry for freight I engines to rut their trains anil nuku the run to Hcllcuioiil and then iloulile t luck for their trains. i Mrs. I). .1. Hr.ul'ien r -turned Snnil i fra ii a thru j inontiis visit with friends ( ami relatives in Hay City. Mieh. She I was aeeo.n pan ieil on her return by her , neice. Miss Nettie Tlio.npson, who will spend the winter here. A large and magnificent stock of men's furnishing good hasjiist lieen re-1 celved by the Flagstaff Cash Store. The stock e-nbr.ices negligee shins. underwear, hosiery . the "...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 September 1898
TUK COCONINO SUN 1'rof. Malvern Diniinlek, of Spring field. Mo., arrived Monday. Mr. Dim miek has been outriiutl by our lo.itil of soli')ol trustees as principal of our pub lie schools. He is an edueator of exper ience and his school work is highly iri-.ed where he is lic-t known. 1'lujp.tsilT I-1 jfettiiitf to he a regular (iivtnu Green for Winslow swains. .lohnO. llurt,upopuluryouu; rancher, and Miss Lillian Gaiducr, an estimable .).mjf lady of Winsluw, were m.irried here Thursday. ThK makes the fifth Window eouplo tli it have h,-eu wedded hero in the last, two n. out lis. Considerable disipiintment seems to have heen exp-rieneed by a large num ber of our people who want -d to ee a ifii.iiii of bill on last Sunday by the non iippeiraneo of the Winshm te.im. W h.it the real trouble was no one cciiw nli.o to tell. All the n -siry ariaii:e ments were undo ..tthis end of the line on two Decisions, still they filled toput in un appeai'am e. i:J. Smith and .loliu I) unity, two tr.iuips,...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 September 1898
W-ttjigjigsggj2gs232 TIIK COCONINO SUN INTEREST TO MINERS. Copper By-products Generally Sufficient to Pay. In Ull article on till! relation of by products to cost (if copp ! production thu Kn,fiticerin(f and .Mining Journal calls attention to a fact not siillleienily (feuerally known, which In that if we wuiu dependent for our supply of coppei on copper iiiiiic.-. pure mul Him (ile, we would have t u much hi-flier priees for the metal. "For this rea son." ii the .lournal llttiiijfly ol er vi-. "it Is appiopriatc toucertaiii tin- m;.r jfin between co-t of pioductioti and hulling value, including tht profit de rived fru.ihs.ilu of by-produ.Ms." This, says the Los Aujfeles Mining Iteview, is a subject of the urciitol III tereht to the owners of copper mining pioperlies in Arizona, and oilier poi tious of this south western region. It lu I I 111' lll'.ll t t It I.I I L lill( II lll.lt fll.l . . ...... jr...... VII IWI....II lll.ll HIV J copper ores in Ariz, ma eotitain a larjfe percenta...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 September 1898
Till: ( (R'ONINO sux m vwww ww www vtvwiw? jj EDUCATIONAL PAGE. I CW WWWWWWWW VW WJ nurin n mim: niMMick. I iifiilort.i Miifr to supply th s piper with .1 pige of cducitlou.il nutter each week, In e In mind, lirl, the goo I of our local pulilli- schools the in tin ton nice ir an excellent sUiool sent iint'iit, mil .1 lii'irtv opTitio i be tween olllcers, pitron, te chrrs .mil, pupils, ami in tln second pi ire, to' rcich :is niiny us possible in other' places that thulr stock of such Inform- .ttion in ly lo enl irged, and tint their Idcils In cducitlnnil nutters in iy lie! ele ated We solicit short contriliii-1 tloin and Ihmis of elite itionil new,, from all pirts of the tcrritor Our public schools will open Mnndir, ' September - The school will he re graded, the griding being adapted to the text books recently adopted by the Territorial Ho ml or Klin-Hon. The new course or study U non being fer inuhted by the princlpil. and within the next d ly or two the county super intendent, lio...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 September 1898
Jl ANNOUNCEMENTS. LODGE DIRECTORY, f ytAIIII TKII1K. NO. K, I. (). It. M. Meets on Sleep of 7th Sun. Kuch (J Suns at 7 Hum, a lireaths. WlKunm. corner Kallroad aienueunl I.eruux street. Ylsltlmr tribe mem tiers welcome. J. J. Donahiik. sacnem. Vi. Kiiikui.eix. C. of IL M OCNTAIN 1,00.1 ti. NO 15. K. OF Msets Intl. A. It. II ill every We.liievl.ir ulitht. VMtln; knuntt are corJIal.y Invited to attend. ('. M. Kbnstiiv, t". ( . ('. A. Iltrsii 1C. of It. amis. ( MUltT COCONINO. NO. H-J. INIiril'KND--' Ksr oitiikii or toiii.sruts. Meet Tup U) iilifhtsiiiMisoniellull. VNlt ln; members Imltcd to attend the Court meet ing. (I. I.. IIIIK. (. it. I.ouih Si'iekh, Iteeonler. KI.AO.STAFF I.OIXIK. NO. 1.1. A. O. U. W. Meettcu'rv Thursday nlirhu Vlsltlnu mem bers liu Itod to attend. J. It. Tiikai . C M. Kir.NsTo.N Iteeonler. M. W. pi.AC.Si'AI'K I.OIKJK NO. 7. I'. A. A M Keiular meetlnir, on tlrst hntunlnr of etch month. VMtliu brethren invltej to iittrml 1' H. I'OIXOCK. ScSt'V. l. M. I'HAM'IH. W. ...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 September 1898
tkg (mm TUK ITHONINO SUN ...THE.. Equitable Life Assurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES. Ciutstunainj; A-URiiici' I)i-i-. HI, IS'.iT Wil,lli.-,s;i7 (HI Nuw AxMiiiiiuuo w i-ltton in 1 S! 17 l.VI,,.:.V,li!Kl IHI Proixiiiils for Asuraiii'ii Kxainiiii'd iinil IK- clinetl 2I,l!)l.!iT:t(U Income IS,.-i7L',-Jti 61 Asset December III, 1S!(7 ilii,87(!.:i((S III lteerve on nil uxi-tiii iolieies, 4 jut cent. htundiutl. mid nil (itiiut- liabilities i!Mi,a:t:i,i:t:i 20 Surplus, 4 per cent xtuudsud ."l,.Vi;i,l 74 R4 Paid Policv-lloldtrsin IM17 21.HH.:il4 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. 11 nilrniiy" in.. JmJ ' " tJn nuacmi mi am 1 imiimw -.-... . m iBM ---''-Is. . .. JMMHhw i1MM, 1 iiiiimi Ml H WI1U 1 MHUIfc in 1 i 1 M -ttoiiNIW.IS A
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 September 1898
N4feiia&ik tjuam mcmssnmwmmi VI IK ( (ll'O.VIN'i) Sl'N. Santa Fe Pa. R. R, Co. Condensed Time Card No. 2. Ilncllect Weddesday. June I. lt-w.) WKST. No. I. HT.tl IO.NH. KAST. Nil. S. Ar1 li M ji. m. 7 lA ji. m. I S Ml p. ni. , II Mlii. m Ar l - l. in ; 5 ;ll 1. Ill , 4 !' . III. I O p. in. IS 40 p. m. ' III 4)1 It. 111. v 'St a. in. I.x I s in ii. in. Ar' 7 .lit. in. I.v . '.'I it. m I 4 at a. ir is .v a. in I. i in imp. in Ar: 51 u. in. I 4 mi u. in i l 4ll u. in in -s p. m. ! u in p. in , 4 imp m :i 4ii p. m. , S (i) p. in. I IS 10 ji. m. I.vi III mi a. in I.v I v M) ii. m. I.v 7 miu. in I.v I I sip. in. Through Pullman Palace anil Tourist Slee -In'j cars ilally between California ami I'tileuiro. Tlio only line reaching the Grand Canxon nf the Colorado. Passen'icrs for nnrtli of Mojivc change nl ll.irslow to No. .. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars tlallv through between Chicago nml San Francisco and Chlcn.ni ami Los Amreles. I'ullin in Tourist Sleeping furs dally througn Ixt wn rhl...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 September 1898
TIIK CIHWMNO SUN LAMD SCRIPT. A Complete Line of Watches, Clocks, For -.1!.; in iu.intitlu to Milt locator, Jewelry, Silverware and from M) acres up. Aiil t .I. M. Slmp- Spcctaclcs. ,, 5,ii,,iu Hiok. THE J- Post Office Jewelry Store kcp 4 Repairing neatly done and guar' antcsd. 4 21 Y5A93' EXPERIENCE. I FLAGSTAFF UNDERTAKING PARLORS ED. WHIPPLE, Manager. I A r.tATTDED I A full line of Coffins and Rc1ri.1l Robes tMBALMiNC A SPECIALTY. B. HOCX. and- Stationery News Stand, FINE CIGARS, Domestic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectionery. UAII.UOADAVKNUK. 1 V THE .SUN. Wants your Job Printing
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 September 1898
L$ k tmimmmmtmmm XiZi3&&2SEB Tin: Coconino sun , c, MiLLiuus, j c-wwwvv? LIQUOR STORE Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Estimates Made on any kind of. Stone or Brick Work. i !JU JUSTICE OF THE PEACE v i v ; tif M.M j ' ." I SYKES BROS., I MACHINISTS and MENDERS of any old thing. SYKES BLOCK. FLAGSTAFF ARIZONA. : JULIUS AUBINEAU. DtALCR IN FINE WINES, WHISMtS LIQUORSand CIGARS i s Quietest ph:c in town. No gambling allowed. 1 Family Trade Solicited. wAWvWvWAWv'',i PUBLIC OPINION 3,000 Papers in 1 FOR THREE MONTHS FOR 25 CENTS You can feel the gru.it puKo of the United States b) leading Public Opin ion, which quotes opinions from Atlan tic to 1'acilic on nil Iiiimi tiinjL ques tions. In no other wa can joii become familiar with tho sentiment of every state and w ith tlie opinions of every faction in oerj state. President McKinle, Senator Allison, Senator Htinim, lion. Win. J. Brian, The Gov ernor of Canada, and tho Spanish Le gation at Washington are among the iccent sub...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 September 1898
i, s T i Tin: cncoNiNo si'N FLAGSTAFF f 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 tourist rttiji"tlny scenic points of interest, how to retell them, anil nut of transportation and amiiuiinr dations. To tlit' Health-seeker, tliu climatic inlluence on tho llllllltlll SJstOUI. To tho Investor or Speculator, the various oeu'm;.s to lid Uwgv returns from capital, lnith limited and unlimi ted. To the Ilome-buelcer, the various opportunities mid nn limlted H)-sihUities of farming In this section. Prices of horses, e.ittle, Hheeiind hofj-i. Actual statistics of our resources, such as water, coal, lumher. huiUHiur stone, band, lime, hriek, copper mines, silver and gold mines, ashestos, water storage for irrijfa tion and elect rietieal possibilities. Wo haudlu on commission all kinds of pi-operty and have ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 September 1898
KB v (Efye Coconino Sun. Vol. XV. FLAGSTAFF, SEl'TEMBKK 10, 18!)8. No. IB. r. A. KIOIDAN. Mjmscr. M. ). tlOXDAN, Strrrurr , J F. r. BJJOV, Tmmtr. S I LUMBER AND TIMBER I COMPANY, Manufacturers of , : Native Pine Lumber, j: !; Props, Stulls, Boxes, Lath, j J; Pling, Shingles, ! ; Ties, Lagging. Sash and Doors. l i Flagstaff, Arizona, : i 'ill
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 September 1898
run c oNiMtsrx, ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. Interest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits. ' Drafts Sold Upon ail For eign Countries. Wc 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. HOXWORTH & FRIEDLEIN Aro still in tin1 luiiinc of Tinninp Plumbing Tin Roofing a Specialty. -.. I OSCAR GIBSON : N I-oriil Ain-nt for thci AND All kinds of Tinwork and Plumbing done in a first class manner. Work from along the line of the Santa Fe Pacific Railroad Solicited Flagstaff, Arizona. Columbia. Building Loan 5 Association, m r m m INVESTIGATION AND m CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. v. The Company has Plenty of Money if. to Loan on Good JJ Security. . . . n m m mnintfttt-ift.f.f.f.t.t.t&ifX . . Iv.. I Srf. i
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 September 1898
(Efye Coconino Sun. Vol-. XV. FLAGSTAFF, SKPTBMBKU 10, 18U3. NO. 33. Scinkloc Time. , ,ml(s like '1st must bo spankln' 't our house once In n while, Sumpln' ruthf r happens-1'a says : "Can't nllers slug an' smile; There'. time for orl(ln-. plnyln'. cryln'." Hut It seems to me I could n-llxed It so's -ii.mUIn' hadn't ought to be. Perhaps It'snanghty words-live los 'M can't be preucherlled: Or lammed n calf Cat wouldn't drive to pas. lure) In the side: Or ma !e n 'luttcr mill Instead a-goln' to Sunday-school; Or clean forgot an' blned u fellow- 'gainst the golden rule. Or sumplii' else 'lit grain vou by the thro.it or hand, an' then, ll.f.iNxnii tlilnlr I in thlni. Ik lmif 'lit. lllliln't 1"" ought to be'n; l . . ...... I... ......I.I.. lnu. nnmou (IHIW t U Wllf .Ill IIICI1 IV S SliIIIMII .Mill ,.,. " ..... .... .. or mat be diiv - '1st bound to come. In spite of what trow n folks may do or say. Then ma. she tightens up her lips an" says: "Como here, my son." An' grandma wipes her spe...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 September 1898
m TIIK COCONINO SUN. tSM tt a THE FOREST RESERVES. Sin Francisco, the Largest Forest Reserve in the United Stales. Representitlves of the Interior Department Now Here -How the Deserve Will Affect this Section The Proclamation Settlnt Aside the Reserve Some Rules Governlnt Forest Reserves On Monday nigh.a mojllng was hold in the otilco of K. S. Clark, at which were present .1. D. Benedict, siiperin-l tcndcnl of tho Forest Keserves in New Mexico iind Arizona, with hoadquar-' ters at Santa Fe: Mr. Hreeu, superin tendent of Forest Reserves of Arizona, and K. T. Halsingor, special agent of the Interior Department, and W. T. Herman, superintendent of the Grand Canyon Forest Reserve, and about a dozen of our citizens wli are interested in the sheep raising industry. The meeting was a pleasant one and explanations were made by the gov ernment ollioluls as to tho intention and pui-oses of tho Forest Reset ves and that it was not the intention or desire of the Interior Department to put tho p...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 September 1898
THE COCONINO SUN. twenty-one (-1) North, Kanges one (1) to nlnu (()) Kant, both inclusive; town ships twenty ('20) and nineteen (1!)) North, Itatigcs one (1) to ten (10) East, both Inclusive: townships eighteen (IB) and seventeen (17) North, Itaugcs four di to ofovcn (11) Hist, lotli inclusive: township sixteen (l(i) North, Range live (.") to eleven (II) East, lotti inclu sive: sections two (2), four (4), nix (0), eight (8), ten (10), twelve (VI), fourteen tl4, .sixteen (111) and eighteen 118). township fifteen (l," North, Range six HI) East; heel ions two (2), four (4, six di). eight (8), ten (ID), twelve (12), four teen (14), sixteen (ltl), eighteen (18), twenty (JO), twent-lwo (22) and twen-l-rour (24), Township llfteen (l.'i) North, Range seven (7) Ea.st: sections two (2), four (4), six (li), eljjlu (8), ten (10), twelve (12), fourteen (14), sixteen (111), eighteen (18), twenty (20). twenty-two (22) and twent-four (24), Township J- llftuun I'i North, Range eight 8 East; sections...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 September 1898
RBki TIIK COCONINO SUN. and meaning of this provision being tlmt thu state w heroin any such reser vation is situated shall not, by reason of the establishment thereof, lose its jurisdiction, nor the inhabitants there of their rights and privileges as citi zens, or bo absolved from their duties as citizens of the state. "It Is further provided, that nothing herein shall bo construed as prohibiting the egress or Ingress of actual settlers residing within thu boundaries of such reservations, or from crossing the tame to and from their property or homes; and such wagon roads and other im provements may be constructed thereon as may be necessary to reach their homes and to utilize their property under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of the Interior. Nor shall anything here in prohibit any person from entering upon such forest reservations for all proper and lawful purses, Including that of prospecting, locating, and de veloping the mineral resources ther...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 September 1898
TIIK COCONINO SUN. NEW WEATHER STATION. Flagstaff Hat a Local Observer, Who Will Make a Daily Record of the Weather. V. T. Lllythu, recently director of tlie Arizona Weather Service, h:is com pleted the installing of Mrs. K. L. Itenoe as weather observer at the new station at this place. The instruments have all leen placed in position anil tested and are all in working order, and thu weather report from Flagstaff will shortly apear in all the daily papers in the Pnton. The weather station in located in the Milligan brick cotta ;e. corner of Aspen tteet and Paik avenue. All the ob servations taken at other stations will be taken here, that is, temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, rela tive sunshine, direction and velocity of the wind, etc. Koorts will be tel egraphed toS.m Francisco twice daily and all data will bo sunt to the central on the coast, the elevation being t),HW feet ulwvi the sea level. TWO LIVES LOST. o'llce at Washington. ,i Mrs. Runoc is the widow of Milton I...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 September 1898
ni THK COCONINO SUN. Uc (Coccmiuo nn. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. Entered In the,I'o-.Uifflc6 at Flatistaff as second ers matter. Issued eery Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars and fifty cents a year. In aduncc Every paper Is stopped at the expiration of the time paid for. C. M. FUNSTON, Editor. FLAGSTAFF, SEPTEMBER 10, 18S18. The republicans should attend the primaries and sua that thu right kind of men are chosen to represent the party. It is the duty of every repub lican to attend the meetings of his party. aged, and the people of thu territory can look forward to an Improved con dition of things at the Yuma prison. lv the Republicans of Coconino coun ty desire to mako a omlitablo showing in tlio political affairs of thu county, they must quit skulking behind the trees and come out in the open und keep up the light until the tinit.h. A STRANGE state of affigrs prevail in the ranks of the republicans in this county. There are but three candi dates for olllce and it is but a few duj...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 September 1898
A ,. -vvwvwvwwwwwwvw? , I BRIEF LOCALS. WWWWVWWWVWWWWtf SATUItUAY, SKITKMIIEH 10, 1898. $ ' Methodist minister at that place. The public school open Monday. Fred Wetzler of Iinlhroolc wan In town Tuesday. Dr. W. S. Robinson has leaded the rooms over the postolllce. P. O. 1'ol.son of the firm of Poison Hros.. Willianw. was in town Thursday. I). M. Francis left Tuesday for a month's visit in Kansas and Colorado. George H. Cotlin left Tuesdav for a J. II. Sterling, one of Coconino coun ty's leading sheep owners, was in town several days during the week. Large and tine stock of lxxts and shoes at the Flagstaff Cash Store. It will pay you to buy your footwear at this place. 2."tf Adam Hanna. a Navajo county stock- man and guardian of the petrified for I est south of Adamanna station, was in ' town Thursday. The Republican county convention will Iks held In Flagstaff on Tuesday, (September 27. The primaries In the various precincts will be held on Satur- two weeks' look at the sorghum fie...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 10 September 1898
TUB COCONINO SLW. George l"is do-1 dug tout tho re-' visit eastern cities. ell ned. however, el.iimlu munerutloii is not sullloietil. i'lio Peoples' store lug the largest stock of diy goods, luuoy (,'eiils furnish ing goods, Hosiery, millinery, etc., ever opened in Flugstaif. Cull uud bee us. Will Wallace, who went through tho Santiago campaign with Company A of the Hough Uidcis, isunjoying a sixty days' furlough with iclattc in Canada. l . . H. ....... .11 I. .... 1 f..ll ...111. uira J uuu in in u uui itiu uuiii-i . t.. I... !...! . i i I ueiy in ii me .uui ui oujiiuiuoer, uuu will bo pieasod to have the Kulioi of Fiugatutf cull and sue her hitsbcMoie buying olsowhoie. ,1.1 Ht Methodist oliuroh-Lt P. Wll-on, pastor. I'umouow morning's discourse: "Tho Truth Puiilles." Bvening dis course: "ihorough ltofoi-ui. Ail uto earnestly invited to attend. .1. C. dim uud M. J. Kennedy won up from Wiiwlow Thuirduy. They huo completed tho mil road cottages ul that place, and tlio woik on tho ile...