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THE COCONINO SUN FRIDAY, APRIL 10. 1008
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F. S. BREEN,
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. .
Kntered In tlio I'ostortlce. ut Plnitstnrt us second
Issued 'every Friday. Subscription prlco
two dollars a your, In mhiinco. livery imper
s Mopped nt the expiration of Iho lime paid for
KlUOAY, AMMI. 10, 11103
I hereby announco my cimlldney for thootllco
of rnnrshnll of the ton n of rinifstuff. subject to
the Action of the voters nt the polls on election
dnv, Moudny, May 45, lIMd.
I. V WIIKM.KII.
Arrangoments have been made
with the Adiminstrator of the G.
M. Funston estate, whereby the
subscription list was transfened as
it stood; the present owner to fill
out all unexpired subscriptions.
All unpaid subscriptions are due
the present owner. This only ap
plies to the subscription list. All
other accounts are due the estate.
F. S. Brken,
F. S. Breen of forest service
fame, is now editor and publisher
of the Coconino Sun. Courier.
Some one has threatened to nssas
inate Senator Bailey of Texas. We
havn't heard why. but suppose it it
is the only way a democrat can be
defeated in Texas.
The U. S. Bureau of Plant Indus
try has discovered that Egyptian
cotton will grow in Arizona. Of
couser it will, anything will grow
here, even suspicion.
Now that Illinois Republicans
have spoken out emphatically for
Speaker Cannon, it will no longer
be accurate to say that speaker Con
non's boom resembles one of those
noiseless guns we have lately been
hearing about. Republican.
The Kaiser draws a modest sal
ary now of four million per year.
Since he has a large family and
cost of living is higher, ho has had
to economize by letting seventeen
chauffers, nintoen pastry cooks and
a.small army of butlers go. Ah,
how hard times do pinch us all.
At the primaries last Saturday
the non-instructions of the terri
tory seem to have the best of it all
along the line. Maricopa county
is.mixed but mainly in favor of in
structions, the other big counties
are against it. Up north there are
only two county in favor of instruc
tions Apache and Majave.
Thomas Watson, of Georgia, one
of the old war horses of the pop
party, ha again been nominated
for president on the populist ticket
and will have the honor of going
down to defeat in company with
Samuel W. Williams, the nominee
for vice president. They were
placed in nomination at St. Louis
Eugene Brady O'Neill of Phoe
nix is a candidate for Mark Smith's
job as Delegate to Congress and is
out with a large war-club to swat
Marcus one on his political solar
plexus if tho democrats will hold
up his hands until he can bring the
club down. E. E. Ellinwood is al
so mentioned as a possibility. If
E. E. makes up his mind to make
the race he will have a lot of fel
lows up north here pulling rocks
out of his road to give him a
Several have asked if the Sun
office would continue to do job
printing. Wj wish to say that we
have one of the best equipped job
offices in the southwest, and will be
up-to-ditc on anything in that line
the public may have to do. If wo
happen to be short of anything it
will'be supplied immediately. We
i&AS5liA.V.s . . . 5.I'j4fiK.1.v t .." tiAA-ST.. , .sAk,' s lJuwaiSSSS SSiXSkWi
have played the printing game
from tjpe-lice to lead poisoning.
There is much talk at piesent
among the elect of the Republicans
as to who will be the next candi
date on that ticket for deleagte to
congress. Among the many names
prominently mentioned are:
Ex-Gov. N. 0. Murphy. Ex-Secretary
Nichols, R. E. Morrison of
Prescott: E. S. Clark and J. W.
Milnes of Prescott: Judge William
Herring, and Manager Pow.'ll of
the C. & A. mines nt Bisbce. It is
early in the game as yet, but any
one in the list would be good.
In the coming city election in
Flagstaff there should be no "sa
loon element," no "church ele
ment." no poor or rich element,
but a whole lot of the element of
hustle and good will to make the
town better, larger and more pros
perous. The more .talk there is
about "elements" the more trouble
you have and the less is accomp
lished. When a town the size of
Flagstaff is divided up into ele
ments or fractions, each fraction
is mighty small potatoes and the
town runs to seed.
New Mexico believes in housing
her army of state troops and has
provided four armories at different
points in that territory. The cost
of each of these is to be $10,000. In
Arizona, where the real live scrap
pers live they are passed up like a
white chip and allowed to do the
best they can for themsevles.
There is no better equipped regi
ment in the business than Arizo
na's, nor a bunch of men who
would be more willing to go to the
front on short notice, and as usual,
would shove the front further
ahead unless they were hog-tied.
The Coconino Sun will appear to
morrow under the ulitorship of
Fred S. Breen, who purchased the
plant last week Mr. Breen is an
old horse in the harness and will no
doubt make the Sun sparkle with
bright, spicy and newsy items.
We wish the new editor success
and hoje he will sail smoothly
through the journalistic sea with
out a breaker. May he never en
counter the ills anil besettings of
the common newspaper man but
waft his way to fields of untold
weatlh, and may he walk in the
path of peace to all men. Here's
success, Brother Breen, and we ex
tend to you a hearty welcome to
the newspaper fraternity. Gem.
Thank you, brother.
What the Boys Say
F. S. Breen, formerly supervisor
of the Northern Arizona for ;st re
serve, is now editor and proprietor
of the Coconino Sun. The Sun
was part of the estate of the late
C .M. Funston and was bought in
a short time ago by Mr. Breen,
who intends to make it one of the
liveliest weeklies in the territory,
and a daily just as soon as Flagstaff
requires it. Mr. Breen is widely
known throughout Arizona and was
for many years in the forestry .ser
vice. A short time ago he resigned
his position with Uncle Sam to en
ter the journalistic field.
Mr. Breen is an excellent news
paper man, with the business judg
ment and talent necessary to make
a weekly in a growing city grow
with the town. He is" also an ex
cellent writer, who can dress up a
news article or an editorial utter
ance with equal felicity.
The Sun under Mr. Breen's lead
reship will undoubtedly become
an important factor for good in the
republican party of Arizona. The
mow owner is a republican, nut
not what is known as a "hide
bound party" man. He reserves
the right to support opposition can
didate or policies if the Grand Old
Party ever strays off into the wrong
pasture, which, however, it will
never do. Phoenix Gazette.
Snlili.uli School Servile nt 2 p in Wide
study ut:i. I'r.irerineetiui,' Thursd.iy ctenliiK
7 ISO. ItlliliiMtuili Sumlit; t-ieiiiiiK at 8 o'clock
All nro welcome tontlctid these sen Ices.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Services eii( li Sunday nt follows;
Htn in. Sumlav School 11 ii. in Public Wor
ship. 3 p. in Junior l.e.utuc. 7:15 1, m. hp
worth Umkim' 8 p in. i:enlni; worship
A cordhil Imitation to Worship with us.
Silr.niifetH uli'iivs welcome
lii:OI)K N II.VTV, S. Supt,
C'l.YDK 1 MUTCAI.r. Pastor.
Siiuluth School 11.11 a. in Mnr,nlnir Worship
I1.U0 u. ni. Clirl-.li.iu hnucuvor 7ir p. in
l'.euliiK Worship H-iki p. in Mid week pnncr
mcetliu.', Wednesday ou'lilni; ut f'l o'clock.
At the Methodist church there
will be Sunday s:ohol at the usual
hour, 10 o'clock. Sunday morning.
There will be no further services nt
the church for the day on account
of the special service at the Pres
Great preparation is being made
for Easter services. The Sunday
School program will be given at the
morning hour, April 9th. In the
evening a rich musical treat is in
Presbytery meets with us this
week, th! first meeting being held
on Thursday evening. This ser
vice will be a Communion service
and sermon will be piexiched by
the Rev. Alfred Edgar, the retiring
Business sessions will be held on
Friday and Saturday, beginning at
11:20 o'clock in the morning and
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon.
Popular meetings will ue held in
the evenings at 7:30 o'clock.
Oil Sabbath morning, Presbytery
will instal the pastor of the
The evening service will be given
over to Home Missions and an offer
ing made for this work.
All the sessions of Presbytery
are open to the public anil all arc
most cordially invited.
Letting Bids for Mealing
The Board of Education of the
Northern Arizona Normal school
will receive sealed, bids until 12
o'clock noon of Tuesday, April 2."),
1008 for the installation of a hot
water heating system in the dormi
tory building nosv in course of con
struction on the Normal School
grounds. Said bids to be according
to heating plans and specifications.
now on exhibition in the office of
the Secretary of said board in the
Arizona Central Bank, Flagstafr,
Arizona, or, in accordance with
plans and specifications submitted
by the bidder with his bid.
A certified check for 5 per cent
of the amount of the bid must ac
company each bid.
Contract must be completed on
or before August 1, 1908.
Payment for the plant will be
made February 1st, 190!) without
The board expressly reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
Envelopes containing bids should
be marked "Heating System." All
bids or other communications
should be addressed to
C. O. RoiiiKSON, Secretary, Flag
Dated April 2, 190S.
The cost of good tea is
so very little : only a third
of a cent a cupl a cent-and-a-lu
f or two cents
for the family breakfast I
Year noctr relurni jur roonej if you foa't
Hit Scklllhu'i But; m him.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Cure. Colds, Croup mid Whuoplng Coueh
Tetter, Salt Rheum and Eczema
ftre cured liyClunilsrl ilii kShJm dm ipplica
tiuu relieves the Hill Inland liiiriilMUM-iisiiiiou
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FOUNTAIN U)lKlK.NO..n K. 0' l.
Miets In Klks liullevrry WeilnesTUiy liluh
Vlsltlnirknlulits urccordl.tllv Invited, to ultuid
John J WriHMiOH. C (
J A. Wi.mn. IC of anil mid St. of K.
John Maiisimm, M. of 11.
f-oxmr coroNiNo, no. ms. ikdkpknu-
s- h.vr oiiiiKit or- run mii t us.
Meets tlrst and third Tlmr-dm In each month
In lllUs' Hall. Vlsitliis iiieinhers Invited to
ntli'iid I lie Court nifdlnifx.
John M. Cijiiik, C. IE
Score T. I.1.NN. Ilrrnrilliur Secretary.
!'. I. IIkai., Kiuunilulsecreuir)
lrijAOSTArr loixji:. no. m. iikni:vo-
1 I.ENl' AMI PIlOTHmVK (lllllKll cir H KS. J
.Meets mcrj Tuosd,ij nlKht In . 1. O I'.. hall
tnrner Sun lYiiucisco street and Aspen n venue i
Vlslilni! brothers cordlallv Imltod to attend 1
M. J. I'OWKItS. K. It i
IM. U. S. Mil. l.KH, Secretary
pi.AdSTAKl' I.OIH5K.NO 13. A. O V. W. ,
Meets everj Thursday nlitlit In Klk's Hall
VIxltliiK mi mliers Inilted to attend. I
Unman Uautini, M. W
A. A. Dutto.v, Kecorder.
J. It. Tiikat, r-'lnuncler.
pf.AOSTAI'I' I.ODOK NO 7, l A A M
Hi-KUlar inteilin on llrst Paiurd.iv of etui
month nt Kile's Hull. Visltliu; hrelhien Itivllei
ItlC,HAUI IIOMIIKItO. W M
II. S Mil I.KIl. .Srv
Fr.ACSSTAr'FI.OIKJK, No. 11,1. O.O. I". '
Meetings ever Saturday nlijht In Odd fel-1
Urns' Hall Vlsltlnt; liiemhers Invited to at- i
i r. wk-i kv, n. h
J 11. JoNbs, Secreturj.
i;ihiaii Hash, Treasurer.
pl.ACSTAKK AKIttn, Mi. I'liATUKNAI,
.Meets nt Klks Hull, on first and third Monday
of oath month KViilp in.
J. O. HAItKl.VOTON, Worthy President
C, A. III.ACK.Seeretarv.
Prescott - Artrn'w '
JOIINE. ADAMS, M. D.
Physician and Surccon.
Office, Pollock Mock, phone
DR. E. S. MILLER
Musician and Surtcon
rkwstiiff, :-: Arlni.
DH. W. A. BAKER
MeinlK'r Arizona llo.ird Dental Hxntnlncrs.
ODKo hours; n to i and I to R.
WIII.MMs. AlllIINA. H.AIWIAIK. 4III7UNA.
Ilarrell Illoik dialler Muck
llooms s mid :i Kooms 4 and 5
DR. C- F. P0RTZ
Second House North of Arizona Cuitriil
Resident Dentist wjenrs.
w mum mm mi
Capital . . . $100,000.00,
SURPLUS, - - $ 50,000.00.
T. E. POLLOCK, President
T. J. POLLOCK, Vice President C. O. ROBINSON, Cashier
Transacts a General Banking business. Sells Drafts on
all Foreign Countries. Collections a specialty. Interest paid on
lime deposits. Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent.
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The great fleet of Battle
ships are due at San Diego
April 14th to 18th.
will be sold by the
Try our electric vibrator
for face and scalp mas
sage. Its refreshing, in
vigorating and healthful
to the skin.
RAZORS CARED FOR
DAVID TATE, Prop.
Bottle trade for family use a
Cedar Brook Whiskey,
-None but purest gooJt in stock
Clean, Chcaj anil Qulck.w
Williams. Kingman. Arizona
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