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title: 'The Coconino sun. (Flagstaff, Ariz.) 1898-1978, November 19, 1898, Image 15',
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THK COCONINO SUN
PHOENIX INDIAN SCHOOL.
Report of the Superintendent to the Commit
tioner of Indian Affair.
On August 4 lust Superintendent S.
.M. McCowan of the Indian school at
Phoenix made his rejKirt to the com
missioner of Indiun affairs, in reply to
n circular dated July L'H, 1808. The re
Tlie present enrollment of our xcliool
is 480 and the average attendance for
the liseul year ju-t closed 418.
Congress lias increased our quota for i i,im a large order for Hitters and their
the liseul year I8!l! hy 200 -thus giving j cani. n ,i,en L.ai)ea on Sall(y Dona
tiH t00 pupili. t hue to renew old friendship. The first
The tribes immediately adjacent to j 0f the week Sandy was surprised to find
our HuhtKil, with the schoolable popu-ja ton or so of almanacs consigned to
lation us repotted by the various agents. j,jm f,ejght prepaid. If he was sur
are as follows: prised at that, imagine his consterna-
Mojaves 400 1 tlon to lind printed on the hacks of the
A Story Which Goes to Show That Even a
Drummer Can Make Mistakes.
The drummer Is a fly man on almost
all occasions, but when he undertakes
to do up Flagstaff in one day 'and see
all the sights at the same timu he is
apt to get his dates and other things
mixed. Some time since one came to
town in the interest of Hostetter's Al
manac for 1800. He secured cards from
various business men to go on the back
of the almanacs. Babbitt Hros. gave
Pimas, Maricopas and Papugoes. . 1700
Aside from the tribes we draw from
the various schools of class 1 their ad
vanced pupils. During the past year
the supervisor and various super
intendents In this district have recom
mended for transfer advanced pupils,
as follows: From Perris school, Cali
fornia, 40: from Fort Mojave ehool,
Arizona, 30: from Fort Yuma school,
California, 20; from Moqui Indian
school, Ream's Canyon, Arizona, 10;
from Fort Apache school, Arizona. 10:
from Navajo Boarding school, Arizona,
20; from Fort Lewis school, Colorado,
2.V, from Hound Valley school, Cali
fornia, 14; from Carson City school,
Nevada, 40; from I'lma school, Arizo
na, 41; in all i)0 children.
books the following:
J..I. DONAHUK, :
; Flagstaff, -:- Arizona, ;
; Dealer in Hostetter's Stomach :
; Hitters, choice family groceries, :
; ready made clothing, haw, caps, :
: IhxHs, shoes, hard ware, drugs and :
; medicines, books, putty, tobacco, ".
; snuff, and other innumerable ar- :
; tides at moderate prices.
Soon we'll expect to hear of a consign
ment of almanacs which will read:
I. W. Haiu'eh Whisky. :
; Sold only for Medicinal Purposes. :
; "Hahbitt Hros. t
The fate of that drummer is anxious
Notice to Teachers.
The next teachers' quarterly exami
nation for Coconino county will beheld
at the court house at Flagstaff on Mon
day and Tuesday, December . and (i,
1808. N. G. Layton,
Chairman Hoard of Examiners.