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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 3 January 1895

& tev4fcot ' & i'MMA ptci. ' ,"W - H J' UM ipeasta feljc (tojcmhwr gun PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county scat of Coco nino oounty. HOW JIM VSSr Proa- 2T F THE HOY was smart, I could under stand," said Farmer Hlxby. "Hut ho ain't smart. Ho's allbutstoopld. And why should a Stoopld boy want to jo to college? ' 'Mrs. Hixby had already heard that remark a good many times; she was afraid slio would hear it a good many times again before she gained her point. Mrs. Hlxby rarely set her mind on anything, but now she was deteri mined that her son Jim should go to college. So slio said for tho twentieth time: "Not stoopid, pa, he ain't. Jest slow, -which ho can't help. It takes him a long time to learn his lessons; but ho locs lcaru 'cm, evon if ho don't over have a very high place in class. Onco ho gets a thing ho remembers it, too. They had some questions in school last week, and Jim answered best of alL, The head teacher, Mr. Hlake, told mo so. Jim'd never say a word...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 3 January 1895

tfimmmmam'imfl"' PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ' At Flagstaff tho county soat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. It is estimated that 25 per cent, of the fires in this country arc tho result of incendiarism. A jir.TitorouTAN newspaper says that tho legal plea of Insanity in murder cases is giving phteo in tho courts to ono of subjection to hypnotism. EiniiTKKNTil century tables and chairs are very popular in various parts of England. They aro said to be made and shipped from Connecticut. A hkvii.fisii having a mouth with n lateral spread of over 5 feet was re cently captured in tho gulf of Merico about 20 miles from Itrownsvilie, Tex. Thk czar of Russia has reduced tho number of police charged with the duty of protecting his person, but he lias not abolished tho secret police, as rumored. A gospei. ship to do missionary work ttlong tho 1,500 miles of shore line in tho l'uget sound region is to bo put in commission by tho Episcopalians of Tucoma, Wash. The new treaty between tho United...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 3 January 1895

.& ess .f&. .ji.! L-:"is?-4i?, & au-VSyw. . jg& &-&em Praot roilttTO. "Tbat boy of Flattor'srnnstbo a gon ius." "Wiat makes you think that?" "Why, I'vo been in tho same ofllce with Flatter three years, and he's never told mo a story yet about his kid's smartness." llrooklyn Life. A Vle Thler. Judge "When you broke into the library and stole a lot of books why did you tako only tho works of classic authors?" Thief "ltecause, your honor, mod ern books fetch hardly any price in the market." Kliegendo Ulaetter. Cottolcno as a Trailo-Mnrlc. An iranortant nnil lntarostlnr trmln-mnrlr suit, which has been before tho courts for some timo, has recently reached a decision la tho United States Circuit Court for thn Southern District of Now York. Tho suit was for an Injunction npainst the Infringe inont of oomplainaut's ( Tho N. K. Foiroank company, uiucatro) trnuo-mnrlc "Cottolcno" by tho uso of tho word "Cottoleo." Tho validity of Cottolcno as a trado-mark was mado enn...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 3 January 1895

im WOMAN AND HQME. - CYEBROW 'CULTIVATION. (low to Clvo Added Character to One's l'hj slosnomy Next In Importance, ito J the Eyo Itself Are the ISrows and J Irishes How the Cult Is l'mctlccd by I It Devotees. . ' Curiously-examining tlio pretty toilet articles that lio in great profusion on tho drossing table, you come across a tiny: b'rujh,' delicate and white, with a finely chased silver back. You won der at its purpose. "What is this for?" you -ask, holding it up. Tho owner looks at it for a mo ment with a thoughtful, puzzled ex pression. Suddenly her faco clcarn "Oh, yes, that's my now eyebrow l)rush," sho explains. Tho disciples of physical culture have new cult. Thoy dovotc themselves to tho eyebrow and eyelash, for tho possibility of tho brow and lash as a factor in facial expression is being more fully appreciated. Indeed, Iluf ion, tho naturalist, places tho eye brow next in importance to tho oyo itself in giving character to tho physi ognomy. This is parly because, ho says...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 3 January 1895

1& ' ilQ&ftter v . . .'J&UtoQlk ,. ..'MiMihMiml ' . Hi h ghc (Hkrcmtiw Jmx. e THURSDAY. JANUARY S. 1895. NOTICE TO TUB l'UHLIO. All contracts nud bills fur advertising pay' able monthly. Business locals 10 cents per lino (or first In sen Ion, and 3 cents nor lino (or each subse quent Insertion The Coconino Sun Is pleased to contribute. In public tnuttei s, but all notlcenof festivals, (airs, mcotlnpt of societies, suppers, enter talnmcnts mid mention of limrrlnKes, bliths and deutlis, beyond tlio regular unnounco- ment. will bocliatsed (or at regular lutes. OITY SUNBEAMS, Don't forgot to write it 1895. Quito a number of peoplo from the neighboring towns spent tho holidays in the skylight city. Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly anil effectively, on the liver and bowels. 25c. Mrs. J. A. Pitts, of Williams, visited friends iu Flagstaff during tho holi days, roturniugj homo on Tuesday night's train. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Durham, of Canyon Diablo, who spent the joyous seaso...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 3 January 1895

ijiLjLJLm.KSLauvumam ft ait. wi- Tiic Human Electrical Forces! How Tricy Control the Organs of the Body. Tha electrical forco of the humn body, as the ncrvo fluid may bo termed, li an espe cially attractlvo department ot science, nslt oiorU so marked an lnfluenco on tho health of tho organs ot thu body. Nervo force U iirodurrri by thu brain uad conveyed by me.ins of tho nr cs to ttio x urlous orziin. of tho lioily, thussupiiljliig tho latter with tuo Mtainy necessiry iuiii Btiro ttiolr health. Tho pneumojastrlc nerve, as shown lieu, may be said to ho tho mo t, Important ot tlio cut Iro ncrvo sys tem a It MippOos the heart, lungs, htomaeh, bowels, etc, with tho nerio forco uc?csury to l.eep them a -tlvo nnd licalthv. Asttllllio keen by ihoeutlho Ions ncrvo tle--eiidiiia from tho b.i.u ot tho brain and torintmitluglntliu bow cln Niliopnuumogastrlc, vhilotliJ numerous lit-. t.o branches supply the hart. limns and fetom- n'-h wjth ngce.,iry vi tality. When thu brain lwrnnips In anv nv d...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 10 January 1895

YOL. XII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1895. NUMBER IS. She 0C0Uhtcr jlim, 1'URLISXED EVEUY THURSDAY Ailvertlsln,- fates, on application. FOUND A FARMER'S PARADES: A Writar's Impressions of the Verde Valloy Portrayed in Graphic Stylo. Tncts and VIkui'cb penU Uloqucn'ly oflrs Wonderful rerttllty and Vuture CJrcatncw A Kccton Tlint Invites Immigration nnd Judicious Invest ment Tlio Always Intcrcstlnu Sub ject of Irrtgitton ltecclvcs Scholarly Consideration. Arizona is an " interesting, country from whatever standpoint you may view it. Its liistory. topography, cli m.ite, Mill, scenery, mountains, rivois, plains mitl deerts; its mines include every vaiiety of minerals; its agricul ture, horticulture and viticulture all of sncli productions a aro necessary for man's lye; its mineral springs ex cel; its scenery U the grandest and most varied that llm world affords; so that fur wealth, rational enjoyment, enchantment or whatever si man's in clinations or tastes may be, here l...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 10 January 1895

&&8gs&!B&r& i f hc (Eoconiucr Juw. Good tasto Is seldom an acquired habit. C. M. FlX&TOX. Editor. THURSDAY. JANUARY 10. 1805. flu!- Advertising rutos riven upon application Address nil communications and make all remittance to 0. M I'cnstok, Flnt;tiiir. Arizona. There is no valid reason why tho lilies aiiil roses of courtship should not grow in tho wider field of matrimony. Frank Willey, the now justice of ill.. ..A..J1A ... A l. 1?.l- ll.rt.l 1.1 fttA.1 rlntlon rates, ono year 11X0 "'" l'"""" n" '"" Lln "'"" " "' ""'"' six months 2.00. ten. minutes beforo ho had sent up a " " tlueu months 1.(0 . . .l . "iirunk" for thirty ilajs. mo wuisky is mighty at Ash Fork, but undor tho now rogimo retrlbutiou will bo suro ami tsuiklon. Kntcreil at tho Hagctalf post odlco as sec oiiil-class matter. Anci: a rainy winter follows a fruit ful spring. Reading inakctli a man full, but it doesn't got below his ehin. Tun apparel dotli oft proclaim tho man, but oftener the woman....

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 10 January 1895

'umiH,&,ifi-' M Vi4S-ijfc&i&ti PENSION EXAMINERS. "llou. Elijah A. Morse, Id. C, on the Con duct of the Pcuslon llurenu. Tho national houso recontly had un "dor consideration a bill making an ap propriation for pension examiners. Congressman Morse, of Massachusetts, addressed tho houso on tho subject, as follows. Ho said: "I desire, Mr. Chairman, in tho threo minutes yielded to me, merely to say that I indorso nil that has been so -well said by tho distinguished gentlo inan from Now York, Mr. Daniels, about his experience In connection with tho pension department in his district. Mino has been exactly the same. All of tho pensioners In my district who mako application to the pension oillce either for an increaso of pension or for an original pension, un v dcr ouo pretext or another, almost to n man or to a woman, are sent back for additional evidence "Last ovcnlng I saw tho great army of employes of that office coming out of that establishment at four o'clock, and wonder...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 10 January 1895

e Ijc (&oconxxv gitu PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county scat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Tub railroad construction In 1S91 was the smallest for twenty years. ItiiAziMAX soldicis recently burned a hospital and ISO sick rebels in it A ruLQUi: famino is threatened in Mexico. Pulquo is tho national drink. Locai. scientists of Flndlay, O., have n project to product) natural gas by pumping nir into the earth. Five horses nrc under inoculation in Washington City for tho purpose of producing blood scrum for tho euro of diphtheria. The Kentucky state penitentiary yielded revenue to tho stato amount ins to $j?,S30.C0 ilurlu last year over and abovo all expenses. A VFSTEKJ? newspaper said that An drew Carnegie's horror of dying rich lias not prevented him from making an other cut in tho wages of his employes. It is said that tho bequests of tho lato Senntor Fair to publlo and charita ble objects will not exceed 5125,000, which is quite a small sum out of an estate o...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 10 January 1895

w, &-, .?., , g- feaA'W. T Oft. BURIED IN SNOW. JL Freight Train Submergod by an Avalanoho. BULLET HOLES IN THEIR HEADS. Three Men round Murdered In a lllRhway lu Tmih-lleatcn to Iloitth with Clubs A l'llot llo.t Sunlc. Rf.xo, Pa., Jan. 7. Snowslidcs cov ering1 5 miles, a few miles wost of Lock liavcn, on the Philadelphia & Erie Tailroacl, blocked traiHc yesterday. While a freight train east bound was running1 along the baso of tho snow tapped Alleghcnies with tho ice-bound Susquehanna below it was suddenly submerged by an avalanche of dry, tJeety snow between Kltchic and Ilyner. The train was covered almost its entire length. Crews from tho east and west to tho number of several trainmen catuo to tho rescue and worked the train through tho snow slldo and for a distance of 5 miles. Meanwhile tho Krle mail train, with a large number of passengers, lay at this -plaeo eight hours. Tho mall train ran tho gauntlet and scraped tho white wall, which pressed threateningly ngainst ci...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 10 January 1895

1 SI K -"- 2 w v MY CASTLE IN THE AIR. If I could so ballooning, And bad tho time to spare, I'd journey to dlscoi er My castle In tho air. It stands, that stately building, llejond tbo jellow moon, Where tradesmen's bills can noTCr corns, Not evou by balloon. Tbo water-rats colleotor Uoojciitsdoorlnaln, Uecauso Its clstorn runs with. No vrator, but champagne Its roof has been construoted So cry high and steep. No loo-lorn cats can clamber thoro To frighten gontlo sleep. My neighbor's hens can noor Defy tho garden wall, Uecauso thcro aro no neighbors Or hen coops near at nlL So In tho garden nodding, In rich profusion grow Tobacco trees and cauliflowers. And rosos all u-row. OI could I reach my castle, I'd nocr need to think, I'd ncer need to scribble. And clotho my droams In Ink. So when I'm not so busy, I'll hlro n big balloon. And mil nway with I Know whom Beyond the yellow moon. David La Costa, In Homo and Country. A WELL-MATCHED PAUL How Princo Domtoff and Lady Ccrastanco Woro E...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 10 January 1895

W t j$j&mJtM jgaift. t, ,M" gltC 0C0UIU0 jixitt. THURSDAY. JANUARY 10. 1895. NOTIOK TO TIIK PUBLIC. All contracts and bills for advertising pay iblo monthly. Business, locals 10 ci n'.s per lino for first In sertion, and 5 cents per lino for each subse quent lnsortlon The Coconino Bon Is plcaoed to contrlbuto In public mattois, but all notices of festivals, fairs, wcotlngs of societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of mat rlages, births and deaths, beyond tho regular announce ment, will bo chai wed for at rei?ular rates. OITY SUNBEAMS. Hurry Z. Zuck 1ms gone to Tempe. Ho will bo .in acquisition to that com nuiuity. Hood's Pills mo Hie best family cathartic ami liver medlciuc. Harm less anil reliable. Miss Alia L. Dicfendorf, nn rnstern Inily, was married to W. W. Bass at Williams Sunday. Saturday's Journal-Minor said: Jan Lot, inie of Coconino county's leading attorneys, is iu town. W. V. llass, Williams' dislingujslud railroad magnate, was in town laM Saturday on Imsine...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 10 January 1895

p ym SAILED THE SEAS 38 YEARS. Onoof His Experiences. rortbliiy-elilit.vcnrsC'aFt. Loud followed the tfcn, t,,)st of tli it tlmo in n-.astcr of 11 vos- and" opon Kilrlm? fiom it! o v.ntw was up; iled by 1 10 sccrolury of the ViillMl State' asuiy o .upcr mend tl o -cal hshciies Ir U. which po It Ion ho heal h.o years. U ites one evwnoticoi.s follows.: '.r cm .1 ,eirs J I adbceti troubled wltl .ralin-i-toi , -.nil rnln In till) IVf.loi (-01. ,u""... .r ",:.v,v . ,'i , i ;,.-, iio.c. il.s in Alaska, whloli po Hlen ho IiimU.o years. He relates one evwi-ioucoi.s follows,: ,..., 1 .r ew il it' its 1 i au. ucuu u-unuim ml 'nin u mo renin" ,, my benrt i t i mjetio-t was leeplas-sne?-'! i' i-eat liuost Importable at any Di Mlliti' remedies tid.ertbcil I brit'inn-liif! Nervine. Afior taMusn small quantity the benc-.'t iv -cited vm. o rrcut that I ninial utely nlait.ied, ihliikfn,.; tlio tcmeayvon trti leiloyla'es chlch v.ocld I nail bo Injuri ous to mo; but mi belr.s a-sim 1 by the uriit;-c-K...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 24 January 1895

&!&am. PHOEHIX Territorial Librai n a Vs YOL . XII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1895. NUMBER i!0. mwm fii j 9 . affVOL M I T Ift 1 THINK We IFTEEN MILLION FEET OF LUMBER LAST A-irl wtt'rft not rich vet. h'o oil krtnnen wre !iw cot,cflr1 J l a mi uuu."- m. - juw.;iiwv. VERY SMALL PROFITS. OUR PRICES PROVE THAT.' jwi ." ARIZONA LUMBER OUR SFBGrML OFFER FOR The Sun has concluded to make its readers an unusual offer for the year 1895, and will make the subscription rate &2. OO Per A-rarautrTri." The reduction is made under the following conditions: All new subscribers can have The Sun one year by pay ing $2.00 in advance. All subscribers whose subscription has not expired can have their subscription extended one year by paying $2.00 in advance. All old subscribers can 1 avail themselves of our liberal offer by settling their back subscription, to date and paying $2.00 in advance. This effer will only be good until and including March ist, 1895, when the old sub...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 24 January 1895

A h L JkW he ocnnincr Smi. C. M. I'L'NSTOK, KDITOK. THURSDAY. JANUAKY 24, 1893. S ibjTliitlon rnte, one year tt.00 " " six months 2.00 " " thrco months 1.00 Advcrtlslns rato clven unon nr-nllrntlon Aildicss nil communications nml make oil remittance to C. M Kukston, Flagstaff. Anions. Kntcrcrt lit the Flajbt&tf post oflico nec- orm-ciafca munr. IltlUOATIUX. Recourse to the aitiliulal application of water to arid land dates back to pre historic times, aud wherever practiced tlio results hare nioro than compensa ted for tho money and labor invested. This compensation comes from the in ci cased value of the land, the ijuantity and quality of the crops produced aud the annual revonuo therefrom. In looking "WT the odicial report of McMortimcr, I5ritit.li vice eoijsti ;it Los ... Angeles for 1S90, wu find him saying that "au inch of water, miners' meas urement, will irrigate from five to eight ncics according to the nature of the soil and is worth from jL'100 to 300," and that other l...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 24 January 1895

SLUMBLRLAND. Xitlils one vj sour head on my lirca't Whilo I tall you a story, low and sweet, 0! a woudortul 1 mil where tlio children ro'jt Kro tlie rcr! of trouble rtnd pleasure moet Tls n beautiful lo shut In by tho hills, Whero broolss How on over musical sand .And, onsworlug, echo tho sons bird s thrills. the muno of that 'alley is bluaborUud. Tliero uro lambs at piny on each sunny slope, Thcro are whispering Hovers and trees that tall;, And a sllver-wlnccd cuardlan nnscl. Hopo, Watches over tho paths where tho children walk; Tliero the statoly Illy bonds down her head For tho sweet caress of a childish hand, Asd the rojal rose Is blossoming red In tho wonderful alley of bluraborland. All toys are there, and tho sun Is brlcht, Thero la nover a cloud Inside tho tale, Tor nothing may outer of less dellRht Than the words of somo wondciful fairy talo. -To that vallov of rest all tho children go, In a happy, careless, contented b.nd, And you will bo wandering soon. I know. Through th...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 24 January 1895

J'l j 1 I Jjc (&ocoxxxxxo gtitu PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY 'At Flagstaff tho county scat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. An ofllclnl report says that tho stip Tly of natural (jas In Indiana will io exhausted In four years. The legislatures of tho various states will soon be nsketl to adopt a bill pro viding for tho caring for homeless chil dren. . Last year was n bad one for most American railways, but the Missouri, Kansas fc Texas road was not in the list, tho lino's receipts being nearl.y $200,000 larger last year than in 1S93. Tim election of M. Fauro ns presi dent -of tho republic of France was well 'received by tho modorato pross but was violently criticised by the radicals and socialist newspapers of thatcountrv. Lv tho United States circuit court at Philadelphia tho other day fifty-three foreigners applied for naturalization, and twenty-eight of them were reject ed on account of ignoranco and othe. furms'of unfitness for citizenship. " John Flamoax, of Kiitnallock, th...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 24 January 1895

HL k 'jaflfcta. & -SkUAiSHtaR4 .. itt n A PACKET SUNK. Tho Stoatnor Stato of Missouri Wrookod on tho Ohio Rlvor. AT LEAST FORTY LIVES LOST. In LrM Than Ten Minutes After tho Uont Struck the. Hock She Went Dona Scenes and IntL Relents. Ownxsr.ORO, Ky., Jan. 21. Tho big New Orleans packet, tho Stato of Mis souri, struck si rock on tho Indiana, sido of tho Ohio near Alton, Intl., about 0 o'clock Saturday evening, and went clown In 50 feet of water. Sho gavo a licavy lurch forward and rapid'y sank. Four passengers of tho City of Owens boro passing hero yesterday evening wcro picked up near tho Kentucky shore. They swam for life on planks and reached tho Wil lows. One reached tho shore and the others remained in, a tree many hours until rescued. Theso passengers report that tho boat struck n rock near tho storn, and gave a sudden lurch forward. A yawl was launched, but so many people crowded into it that it was soon sunk. As tho boat lurched ngain n second vawl was put off from tho s...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 24 January 1895

""US 11 X WOMAN AND HOME. WEDDING CAKE BOXES. Tfio Latest Style anil itlntcilals (or T1im Popul.tr Soutenlrs. Tho origin of tho custom of taking home a gilt of wedding cako to "dream on" is apparently without record, and yet tho present fad of distributing pieces of tho bride cako in dainty boxes is tho outgrowth of tho old-time super stition. llowcvcr, it is seldom "tho" cako Which is sent out in boxes but that of an inferior quality, which possibly serves tho purpose just a3 well in bringing "pleasing dreams and slum bers liijht" to thoso who placo it be neath their pillows. It is buiprisln-r to ono uninformed to know how varied arc tho stylus, shapes and sizes of these souvenir wedding cake boxes. Ono leading manufacturer inakrs wedding cako bc-cs in tlftecn styles and a half dozen or more sizes, which arc bold from Si to S10 a hun dred. The roost popular stylo nnd thoso of which tho greater number urj sold nro those ut $4.50 a hundred, which nro plainly and simply made of molro ...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
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