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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 25 April 1895

v jMlbftt'' !&LaA.&LeS-:: ?S .. .? -.. '5SL ' 2&sk. ij'Jff.jiS 5a. iNi. wijftMi.-r' 3k- V?4. ataa ! HW -!' mt MOODY PRAYED FOR RAIN. And tho loods Cuius and Heat Upon III Tiiherunclp, Causing it l'mtli'. Tout Wouth, Tcx., April 22. All of Ton.!" lms needed rain, so the great euingolist, Dwight Moody, called upon Ins andienco of 8,000 Christians to pray fervently that the floodgates might be ..pened. This was at 3 p. ra. yesterday. At nlsht when the Tabernacle was roed by 10.000 peoplo from Fort Worth and surroundlug cltlos, Mr. Moody announced that word had come from several points that rain had fallen. A few minutes later the storm burst on Fort Worth and torrents of rain foil. Then Mr. Moody gavo thanks to God and called upon the congregation to iom in singing "Coronation," and "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name, Let Angels l'rostrato Fall." The song had surged forth from 10,000 voices, when a cracUling noise was heard and then the roof sank and tho rafters gavo way an...

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. — 25 April 1895

-ymms i h i: & i: it H I i t !.'3 , i l 4i ' I i ! i i ; l! ii ! ' i, n I i 1 lye Ctettttin grtm PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the couuty seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. The total firo losses In the United States for the three months ended with March was 83s, -195. 100, an increase of tuoro than ST.OOO.OOO over 1SU4. A movement is on foot to have tho next session of congress proposo nn nuiendmcnt to tho constitution elimi nating' the anti-direct tax clause. A srxniCATE, headed by tho An-heuser-llusch lircwing1 Co., of St Louis, lias paid $2,000,000 for tho lease of 5,000 acres of lands for twenty years from the ChicUasaus in tho Indian territory, for the purpose of mining Asphalt. Sexator l'ETTiaitEW.of South Dakota, said tho silverites had completed a deal for tho Now York Mercury, the amount necessarv to purchase it hav ing been raised from western million aires and silver kings. Tho silverites were also negotiating for tho Chicago Inter Ocean. Canada is run...

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. — 25 April 1895

..t&S&f. at' i. ... - m I MEXICAN CATTLE COMING. Many Thousand Ileml Kxpected Within Month Vigorous rrotpntf. WAsniNdTox, April 17. Tho socro tary of agriculture received a number of messages yesterday from cattlcmcu in Kansas and Texas, protesting against the order allowlm? cattlo to uo brought into this country from Mexico. An effort was made at tho department to keep the matter quiet, but tho in formation leaked out. One of tho messages suit! that cattlemen in tho west expected a rise in prices from natural causes, and that thoy stocked up last year expecting an advance, but In making these calculations' thoy had not considered that, in tho event prices went up, thoy would bo forced to com pete with cattlo from Mexico. Dr. Salmon, of tho department of agri culture, stated that, in his opinion, thero would bo 100,000 head of beef cattlo brought into this country with in a month as a result of tho new or der. Ho also thought tho order would remain in force as long as high p...

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. — 25 April 1895

3. A, jt- -V . . ..SVWHBRiJ" " " " -n3Slim-jBBL&&i JfJ VW1 & ye lK.)ic-i-e-"-- ' - - - -i . 'i A A M i 1 1 II M 'i ..i , i i .'i 1 it . ' ) WOMAN AND HOME. THE LATfc. MR. WORTH. Slnuurcd by tho Standards of Success II Reached a Illsh l'lace. I Charles Frederick Worth, tho famous man milliner and dressmaker, is dead, having passed on to that far country where his services will wot bo in re quest, a victim of tho dread influenza now raging1 so virulently in foreign capitals, lly his death tho gay city of Paris, where ho has reigned without o rival sinco Kugcnlo's time, will loso ono of ita most prominent fascinations for female tourists. Scarcely any woman of wealth or fashion has deemed her tour in foreign parts a completes success unless sho brought back with her gowns, hats, or other articles of cos tnmc designed and executed in his etudio. In somo respects ho resembled tho lato Ward McAllister. Ho was an arliter elegantiarum. .As an artist, how ever, ho was clearly sup...

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. — 25 April 1895

f. && fcV 1, - , vviwV'ui jfiwr ' Vife.fei U '.4- -" IRS. w. J&S&L 5 " nil'HSDAY. APRIL 25. 1895. NOl'lCi: Tl THK VU1IMU. , v i'l r.u'ts and lillU for advertising pay- able monllily- ..... Um. locals 10 cents por lino for Brst In 0,iioti and J cents por lino for each subso-gumtlu-ortlon Thk. roco.siNo Sd.n is pleased to contribute in public mattcis, but all notlcenof festivals, airs ii etlnjn of societies, suppers, cnter ,,iiiuiiiuai"l mention of marriages, births ami dutli. beyond tho regular announce-mi-nt will be cliHiged for at regular rates. CITY SUNBEAMS. jl W K )11 left Sunday for L'is An gclo A. I' CornMi visited Winslow this t ok. ,1 i'i i F Jones, tf II dbrook, was in t, w i wtorday. I) riot Attorney Jones spent a tiny in H .ihionk on business tin; :isi week. Y in c in bin 500 number live envd ),., ,i I'iie Sun office for 75 fonts. p,in'i fail I" examine Mrs. K. S. WiIiun'n 50 per cent discount prices. II. II. MoN.il. of tho McNeil Print in,.' c'liqutiv. Ph...

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. — 25 April 1895

" id f.' () .:? .it i l ; M ! I r 1 ' I : "( v : Mi ii Mi' ii ! ti . I ! 'i t J BPfaO. FOIt A CASE IT WILL NOT CUREB An agreeable laxative anaNEura Tokic. Bold by Drnccrtsta or sect ty Ball. jCm Cv and tx.00 per paciapre. Barcriica free. Wf itXf l'ioFnvor'.toTMrnrOTOSa JoLvl JH.UforttiolhandErcaUi,c, BQX.For l" U.V ' EtlvviililS. Tiic Human Electrical Forces! How They Control the Organs of the 3ody. Tho oloctrlcal force of tho hutmn body, a the nerve fluid may be t.rai.d, li an pipo clally attractive department c science, as It exert so marked an lufluonco on tho health of tho organs of the body. Nj'TO forco Is produced by tho brain u id conveyed by means of tho nerve to the various cr'ims of the body, thussupplylnjr tho latter with the vitality nocess-iry lui'l sura their lit alt i. Thj pneumnastrlo nunc, in shown hero, may bo said to be the must important of tbooullro nerve ty tern, a It supplies tho heart. luntM, stomach, bonelj. cto.. nltb tho nerve forco uoccssary to keep them ...

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. — 2 May 1895

..I- ... vvf.i swvjgf. X ( . ,A Cottmiw liedUtt tm. ov t v VOL. XII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1895. NUMBER 34. &Wt'a t- ' , .iffrlKf. 'V i-rifi iiakiiiiBBWMtl'ffl&ifiiii.ri iMttiiiiiiiiiftiliMAiiIr iill fc LSdnOSsKs !?"& JlfcwnfflRTyftlSHIwWw.i' yTisr1,! F - XiiBB3ww39wWE3SB A5"- JlTr? ? -t9ff AS 5AFI SAYS 'L. f P0SEN "All We War)! is a r)ar)Ge." Give us that and we will Gi o you values that You will remember hen you are Grandmas. Our. reputation is not Founded on what we Claim for ourselves But rather on Making the Facts Tally (With (Mat fofe Claim. WE Ol-AIM: THE LUMBER IS UP TO GRADE. THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. Take our word for it. Come and see for yourself. Arizona Lumber and Timber Co. r -&ty5V'vV' L00I5 0er iY)e Fer)Ge, ar)d I a-..'s do everything in the ? i V lltirt rtf Anmma-Atnl rt vl jt u vuuiiuiwni aw X k IF THIS ARRESTS Your attention, we wish ty' to inform 3-011 that we TiV. o every wing in me lino of commercial, so ciety and general job work. We...

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. — 2 May 1895

(, , J- . - U 3 it-. v BiSWl, at i ill .-. ; i ( t M i : ."I it 'I l! 'mi :fc 1 I1 i ' -i m F- VI ;i. " ?,H ,3 I 'II 'I (.' :h IHic 0C0UIU0 jsitu. C. M. Fukston. Editor. THURSDAY. M AY. 2. 1805. nbscrlptlon rates, one year.. W " six months z.JJJ three mouths l.oo AJvrtllnf( rates (tlrcn upon nppUcstlon AddMMJiUoomnmnlcMlon and iijako all remlttunew to 0. M Kdkstok. HasjstnlT. ATliona. Entered at the FlagstalT po offlco as see on d-class matter. The stroets will lo in good condi tion for improvement after tho rain. The work should be pushed. Chicago has cut down hor pollco fotvc to the extent of 400 members. No one will lo beguiled by this act, however, into thinking that tho Windy city has bceu struck by a cj clone of morality. Lillian Russell is to wed again. Her new name will ho Mrs. Lillian Rjissell - Braham - Solomon -I'erugini-Joncs. and she. will cither be com pelled to have some of it chopped off or onlargo her advertising space. Hawaiian exiles in this country are reported t...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 2 May 1895

ll V -; -4ifc. - -7.t-fiti'-J2 v - .: - JySfc- '"7y ii . .- GOVERNMENT SEEDS. .secretary .'Morton Opposed to Their Dlstrl- luitluii ly nngressmen. VMUNGTD.V, April 29. Secretary "Mi ton thinks ho has found a way to breauup thocongiesslonnl custom of altering millions of packages of . anlcn seeds nil over the country. Ho s now considering whether it will be . nodient to mako the flirht for reform iml dare tho wratli of statesmen, who or tho garden seod distribution. i ie secretary has collected evidence f the misuse of the seod privilege, but ho recognizes that it will bo a sevoro - iu.'jrlu to jvrost from congressmen m of their perquisites. During ijo luVC congress Secretary Mirtok"usked ii-,1l less money bo ox-t-iuacftln purchasing seeds, and that ic lie given an nppropfYatton for tho stributlon of farmers' bulK--tins that would contain information of "practical uiluo Confess gn. him this appro pi lation. but clung to that for seeds i No. 4'ut whon tho languago of tho ipproprlatiou...

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. — 2 May 1895

c m r i i i?! PUBLISHED EVEEY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Ge.v. IIootii, of the Salvation army. Is planning to send a colony of 10,000 persons to Canada. It was reported that the Standard Oil trust had made $50,000,000 out of tho recent oil Hurry. I'kof. UiTimi.i'ii Fai.ii, of Vienna, predicts that tho earth will collide with a comet November 13, 1899. The director of the United States mint, Mr. l'rcston, says that gold was never so rapidly produced as at the present time. The Cincinnati Trice Current gives tho total porlc packing in tho United States for twelve months ended March 1 at 21,019,000 hogs, for which was paid $232,000,000. Chicago is to havo a democrat!: nowspapcr, to be called tho Inquirer, with n capital stock of SI, 000,000. Tho policy of tho paper on tho financial question has not yet been fully de termined. The London Lancet notes in the last thirty-two years a distinct and steady reaction against tho drinking of alcoh...

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. — 2 May 1895

.jy; as. Hg'.'.sHft ;- -irtfijr' AJf fife-SAIt: H 11 GEANT AS A SOLDIER. Ho Showed tho Military Spirit at an Early Ago. tiooii Reading for April 87. the Annlver- aary or tup ftreut Uvnrrnl'g Illrth future HUtorlnna Will l'lacc llltn Where lie Properly Dclonc. (Written for Tills Paper. Writers aro prono to seek strong antitheses, and hence, wo And great ttrcss laid upon tiio fact that a Galena clerk was transformed within a brief two years into a general in command of the greatest -army of modern times. Such' a statement s misleading and only jwlall.v true. It demanded tho wildest fancy of a 'poet's brain to con ceive of a Minerva springing full tinned from tho brow of Jove, '"tv'ireh will be made in vain in all history to itnd a single iustaVieo of an untrained man meeting great emergencies of any l.ind. Uenlus has been defined well us the result of long dlscipltno in a given direction or directions. , Gen. Grant showed tho military spirit st an early age. Ho received a most (jf j C...

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. — 2 May 1895

xiirv .fe 1 ft! fcf w. ;l . ; ' J . nil ' w K if WOMAN AND HOME. PROFESSIONAL NURSES. tinny of Them Kuril from Twenty-One DnUars ffmli Upward. JSTnrsing as a profession is not a now Oclil for women, yot on inquiry it has been found that the demand for trained auraes far exceeds tlio supply. This Caet ought to be of interest to thoso who arc asking: "What can a woman do to earn her own living?" Many of the professions have becomo go over crowded thalt the chances of obtaining a position aro very smaU unless tho yoang woman has influenco to work in Lot behalf. A good trained nurse is al rao&t certain to bo engaged all tho (line, and tho possession of a diploma from any flrst-clas3 training school is a jruaranteo that tho graduate can earn a livelihood and in most cases u very handsome one. This is a profession to which many of thie noblest and most intellectual women o the piist century havo given their lives. Who has no heard of Florcnco Night ingale? Hero is her recommendation o...

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. — 2 May 1895

jg&L- ri.i: v-.(.SwJ '," ass,- iTOXEffKCI Uic(ocouinir Jfau. 1111111) AY. MYA 2, 1895. NOTIOU TO THE l'UUMO. Al' contracts and bills for advertising pay ,iMt monthly. l.inui locals 10 cents per lino for first In .riiion. jmlScents pcrltno for each subso qui 111 lll-.fi tlou Tm Cucom.o Bus is pleased to contribute In public mattcis. bdt all liotlccsof festivals, f nu iiifilings of societies, flippers, entcr u nniiiitsand mention ol marriages, births uii' iii.itlis. beyond tho'fcgular announce in u will becli.nsedforatrcgular.rates. r- .JTJS CITY SUJ53EAM8. Di P G. Cornish ami wlfo loft Fri. ,1 1 it Chicago. R f T XoUon, lecouler of Nnvnjo cmum. spoilt last Fiicl.iv hero. II.mhIN pills havo won high prnlso f i tin n prompt and efficient, yet easy a ii'ii Mis P. J- R"s returned Friday fi id i tup to Eureka Spiings, Ark. b k has fully recovered lier health. E A S.iwcr. treasurer of Navajo i n i uul or.c of tli leading business m i of Winslow spoilt several days l u tills week. Piema...

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. — 2 May 1895

jjrrtgfcSBpL '? giaa-"yl'fng3aasyT' "-"Stan; n wwiiBaTwaisiiaHMi: tit. 4! ' !J w 7 1 S Lin irmiinmiiiii nimMiniii'iDMi tacts. andOijy a J 1 H w mM m.ooBottlo.iH Wl I a a sa ii3 6na cent a dose wgPSaBriAJBTlH It la oold on a (marantea Jnr all drusr- elsta. It onrcs Incipient Consumption, and Is tho boat Couch and Croup Cure. EQVhr sail) bv V. U. Ed wauls. The Human Electrical Forces! How They Control the Organs of the Body. The electrical force of tho human body, as the norve fluid may be termed, Is an ospo olally attractive department of science, us It exerts so marked nn Ir.fluenco on tho health of the organs of the body. Nerve force Is produced by tho brain and conveyed by means of tho nerves to the various organs of tho body, thus supplying tho latter with tho vitality necessary 10 in sure their health. Tho jmeumogastrlc norve, as shown here, may bo said to bo I ho most important ottueonllro nervo sys tem, as It supplies tho heart, .lungs, stomach, bowels, etc., with tho nervo fo...

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. — 9 May 1895

iJbiJu . .X -!"! "''""'': ssaw-'wjw"" ,.' "''' A,.' ' " If,!" ' .n, J- " n - r v 1 4f (Coconino KsHk - - -. -"r- -9i ii -" -- .m pi PHOEKIX,ATJ Territorial Library rwV VOL. XII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1895.. NTT3IBX WWW?. VSffl. Xiii 3ffiHSKrS " '' - " " ' SJBWQL -"-;," w v ; .; - v, Jt .,-, , . . v , ' .. -KlTf j " m.anfi.nivmv r t i imiwiii i n 1 1 1 i a " " . i . k.i i . c j"sm'7; tj .7 j-ma. , s i - , ny - -mi t j- - aii - , j. "w i- ,voj i?-;i-; - jul -!(" ' " x Villi illlllt QphoenixVaM t3 R-i H &. Jf Territorial UDraryMMpijp VV SW sW WiVJ O '- K Grandmas. AS SAM SAYi 'L of P0SEN "All We Wgr)t Give us that and we will Give you values that You will remember hen you are Facts Tally faith fahat fofe Claim. WE! OL.AIM: THE LUMBER IS UP TO GRADE. THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. DONT' Take our word for it. Come and see for yourself. Arizona Lumber and Timber Co. M1AVVlVMit I'll i L00I5 0er i)e Fer)ee, ar)d 5 IF THIS ARRESTS Your attention, we wish to inform you that wo do ev...

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. — 9 May 1895

j&jtemsm r U. aV I j;c tmr"- 1 i ! i i iLi , UIic oconiii jgnu. C. M. I'UNSrOX, r.UITOH. UKSDAY. MAY, 9. 1805. tos,onoycnr six months " thiee month , WOO , 210 1.00 r.itot glvnn upon application Miiiniunlcatloini and make all to O. -M KoMraofc, l'lMstntT, At the riag'talT post oIHco as soc , matter. .'UINO is heir. Tlieio can bo no abt of it now, no matter how tlio eatlier acts. Lnlmr (roubles hiivo commenced in tho oust mid suvoial strikes aro now on which threaten to palillj'ZQ business. Oklahoma U becoming quite respec table Two moro of her hoi tie of drs pcrato outlaws havu been killed anil it is now possiblo for a man to travel ten miles iu that tciiitoiy without being held up inoio than the times. Calikounia is still up to sliiml.uil Two moro females ueie bi utility intir- dcied b their fnllier at OiLlaml last Satutday. If the leign of ciime keeps up Sau Fianciseo will ueicr sceuve tho half million population which she j looking for. TuB iroYcmo' could make no better selec...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 9 May 1895

'& . At xl MANY PEOPLE KILLED. An Awful Oyclono Swoopo Ovor Northwoatora Iowa. Schoolhouses lllown Down and Children and Teachers Perish Sovoral Towuj Destroyed Telegraph Lines Down Details Meager. Siorx City, In., May 4. Dispatches ,vcre received hero by tho Sioux City A Northern Hallway Co. at 4:30 yester day afternoon from their agent at moun Center, 43 miles north of hero, telling of a terrible cyclono near thero in which a number of pcoplo woro killed and injured and much property destroyed. Tho wires whero the storm" was were blown down and telegraph reports are conse quently very meager. The first dispatch received by tho Northern road said: "A cyclono passed 3 miles northeast of hero at 5:3a A school houo near town was destroyed, the teachers killed and a number of chil dren killed and Injured, but have not vet been ablo to learn exact number or names. Tho wholo country in tho path of the storm is devastated. Tho Sioux t itv & Northern track between Pork irs and Doon...

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. — 9 May 1895

- ii 0WV ilia fan r Ijc (&ocoxixxw gun PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county scat of Coco pino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Tin: school children of Delaware, by en overwhelming vote, have nskcu tho legislature to :u)6pt the peach blossom as the state floyer. Jonni R anja rnnnufacturers believe th(SfJvancy in shoo leather will be ftty 2.1 J'ffcent. before tho snow flics ""Hit of the shortage in cattle. .n D. Aumouk predicts that the crop price of wheit will be SI, . there is no manipulation in the rket and that shippers all want the ain. IIoston maintains an ollicial called the city forester, and during the busy planting season in tho spring and fall lie has over 100 men at work In beauti fying the streets and parks. The emperor of China recently sent over 200 bolts of tho most valuable hilk stuffs to the emperor of Japan as a token of his (tho Chinese emperor' tO desire for u restoration of peace. A iiiiKAD war was recently in progress In Rochester, 2f. Y., aud some groce...

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. — 9 May 1895

3 B- - : . n :U T?1V. j THE ROSE JAR. I remember In my childhood. In a quaint, old fjshtoned room. A rose-Jar, Hushed with crimson, llko tho colors ot tho ilawn; It stood upon a llltlo shelf, 11 led to odorous brim. With rososthit hid blossosied In tho sum mers p-ist and gone. Oh. what a chirm swept o'er mo, when somo tlrncs sitting thero, 1 held the Jir In cireful hands, and breathed its. Ir.i.'rant scent: I heard tho bees eo humming, and 1 to It the breezes blow, I san tho rlvor flowing trharo tho drooplns willow bent. Sweet friend, you ray tho roses that bloomed for you are dead. ' You only have tttl wlthonad leaves ,to hold within your heart; Tho summer's warmth has cone, and tho ijoldon sunhl7fe Sod, And tho snows of cruol winter, their blastl-V chill impart. ,. I i I only Unow that now and then, your heart has stood u Jar,,,, And thoughts lllto perfume sweet and rare across your soul havo swept; Dear thoughts, llko summer blossoms, swift t thoughts, llko eager birds. Shy thoug...

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. — 9 May 1895

:... ..1Wf MmaHMlllllillll Y-,T..r.n.ilimiim.i..ni V ! ! I . A ) -' ? I. i i i i j; i '. U El It VVQMAF AND HOME ARTISTIC FIREBOARD. How to Kffcct a Dnslrablo Transforma tlon of nn Old Fireplace. Orates arc qulto fashionable, and most modern houses are. furnished with ono or two in addition to tho usual pro vision for stoves. Hut in some houscs.es pzcially in old farmhouses built twenty ilvo or thirty years ago, tho fireplace was made for uso, with littlo regard for beauty. Now, those have become an cyesoro to people who havo grown up without even having once used them. "Usually tho first stop toward a remedy Is to shut tho opening with a boardj but thi3 is often littlo better than that which it hides. If covered with paper, he paper is likely to crack along tho seams. A friend seems to havo solved tho problem, however, in a fairly satisfac tory way. Tho mantel and fireplace wcro extremely plain, and the fireboard was of baro yellow pine boards, with which sho was never pleased. At ...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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