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COCONINO SUN SATURDAY, AUGUST 18. 1906
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Kntered In the Postonlca at Klaintan" at second
Issued evory Saturday. Subscription iirlee,
two dollar a ear. In mhaneo. Kvcry paper
It stopped at the oiplrntlon ot the llmo puld for
C M. FUNSTON. Editor.
SATURDAY, AlKJ. 18, 1000.
W. S. Sturges,,,who is the repub
lican member from Ariozna, of the
Rational committee and chairman
of the Territorial committee says
he has political honor enough and
declares that under no circumstance
will he accept the further honoras
the republican nominee for delegate
Governor Kibbey has appointed
Dr. E. B. Perrin of Williams a
delegate to the National Irrigation
congress which will be held in Boice
Idaho, in September. The doctor
is familiar with the subject of the
irrigation of lands on the coast and
his interest in irrigation matters
and his knowlege of the needs of
the arid west make him a valuable
delegate to the coming congj ess.
Since E. E. Ellinwood chairman
of the democratic territorial cen
tral committee has declared that
the democratic supporters of joint
statehood are not entitled to recog
nition by their party a number of
democrats have protested against
Mr. Ellinwoods position. The
singular thing is that each protest
ant claims that he is a "better and
more prominent democrat" than is
The Arizonans in Southern Cali
fornia held an "Arizona Day" at
Ocean Park on,Saturday last. It is
said that there are at present about
4,000 Arizonans in Southern Cali
fornia where they are known as the
second crop of tourist, as they have
plenty of money, they are weclome
every where. Mark Smith was
present and was the principal orator
of the day. It was proposed to
celebrate the day each year in the
Congress adjourned this summer
without passing the bill abolishing
gambling in the Territories so that
the next Legislature will yet have
an opportunity to make it unneces
sary for the national- law-making
body to legislate for Arizona in this
regard and to prevent any person or
set or persons from tiding to force
the gambling element to accept
joint-statehood by holding this over
their heads. Arizona has reached
a stage in her developcment when
the law permitting licensed gamb
ling should be stricken from her
statute books. The old argument
that gambling helped the frontier
towns has been proven fallacious
right here in Tucson. This city
was never more prosperous and the
Territory can well afford to follow
Tucson's lead. Tucson Post.
It has been stated here that the
banks of Albuquerque, New Mexico,
alone held more. money that all the
'banks of Arizona. Recent compiled
statements however prove that the
banks of Arizona lead those of New
Mexico. During the year ending
June 30, 1905 the total deposits of
the banks of New Mexico amounted
to $9,518,997.34. For the year end-
' ing June 30, 1906, the total deposits
amounted to $11,972,087.84 an in
crease for the year 1906 of $2,453,
090.05 an increase of 25.8 per cent.
The Arizona banks are reported as
holding $10,445,955.73 for the year
ending June 30, 1905, and for the
year ending June 30, 1906 the de
posits were $13,955,461.19 an in
crease for the year of $3,509,505.46
or 33.6 per cent. New Mexico
claims double the population of
Arizona and yet the deposits of our
territory exceed those of New Mex
ico over two million of dollars.
The joint statehood papers of
Arizona and New Mexico are calling
upon Gov. Kibbey to resign, because
he is opposing joint statehood. The
suggestion does not come with good
grace from those papers. They fear
that the governor will give the
joint statehood proposition a little
attention during the campaign which
as a citizen of Arizona he has a
right to do even if he does hold a
federal position. An appeal was
made to President Roosevelt, by
the joint statehood advocates in
which they asked the removal of all
the federal 'appointees who opposed
joint statehood. The President de
clined to aid their scheme but ex
pressed theopinion that every citizen
of Arizona had the right to act ag
it pleased him whether he was a
federal officer or not. Now these
same papers are calling loudly for
the resignation of Gov. Kibbey,
hoping that his successor may be a
jointist. Joint statehood will be
defeated in Arizona, but this in their
desperation the joint statehood
advocates already admit.
JOUNTAlN r.OI)ClK. NO. IS. IC. OV V.
Meets ; In Odd Fellow Hall owry tlrst niul
third Wednesday nlulilNof eueli mould. VI.
Ithii; Knls'lils nro ronll.illy Im lied to attend
I!. T. I'mki.an. C. C
It. P. JlONiiEim, f jf n. ami S.
I. !'. Wiikki.fh, M. ot R
The Territorial democratic con
vention is called to meet in Bisbcc
on September 6, to nominate a can
didate for delegate to congress.
Coconino County is entitled to ten
delegates, and the total number of
delegates to the convention are. two
hundred and eight. Chairman
Ellinwood does not want any joint
statehod supporters in the conven
tion for he says:
"All democratic, independent and
progressive citizens of the Terri
tory, irrespective of former polit
ical affiliations, and who, in addi
tion, are unalterably opposed to
Arizona being joined to the Terri
tory of New Meixco to become one
state, and who can unite with us in
an effort for honest, economical,
constitutional government, are cor
dially invited to join with us in
selecting and sending delegates to
fOUKT COCONINO. NO. WO. INDKIM'.XD.
KNT (MII)KH OF1 KOIIhNTKUS.
''J.0"11 nmI l!lsl TucsajK III each month
In Odd ToIIoin'r Hall. Vltltlwr members In
vlteil to attend tlio ""ourt meetings.
G. N. IIaiv, C. I!.
It. T. IvlliK, lteeordintr Secretary.
Ci.aiik HlTT, rinanclal Secretary.
Stomach Troubles and Constipation.
No one can reasonably hope for
good digestion when the bowels are
constipated. Mr. Chas. Baldwin,
of Edwardsville, 111., says, "I suf
fered from chronic constipation and
stomach troubles for several years,
but thanks to Chamberlain's stomach
and liver tablets am almost cured."
Why not get a package of these
tablets and get well and stay well?
Price 25 cents. For sale by all
Make Hay While the Sun Shines.
There is a lesson in the work of
the thrifty farmer. He knows that
the bright sunshine may last but a
day and he prepares for the showers
which are so liable to follow, So
it should be with every household.
Dysentery, diarrhoea and cholera
morbus may attack some member of
the home withouh warning.
Chamberlain's colic, cholera, and
diarrhoea remedy, which is the best
known medicine for these diseases,
should always be kept at hand, as
immediate treatment is necessary,
and delay may prove fatal. For
sale by all dealers.
We are anxious to have -ivery
Republican in close touch, and work
ing in harmony with the Republican
National Congressional Committee in
favor of the election of a Republican
The Congressional "campaign must
be based on the administrative and
legislative record of the party, and,
that being so, Theodore Roosevelt's
personality must be a central figure
and his achievements a central
thought in the campaign.
We desire to maintain the work of
this campaign with popular subscrip
tions of One Dollar each from Repub
licans. To each subscriber we will
send the Republican National Cam
paign .Text Book and all documents
issued by the Committee.
Help us achieve a great victory.
James S. Sherman, Chairman.
P O. Box 2063, New York.
TTAaSTAPP r.ODQIX No. 19U. IWNKVO-
LIST AND I'KOTEOTIVR OKIIKK OK KI.KS.
Meets every Tuesday nhihl In II. I'. (). i:. hall,
corner San Francisco street and Asin nenue.
Vlsltlntf brothers cordially Invited to attend.
r.. t. t. ., ' A' CAMHION, K. It.
nil. K. S. Mii.i.mi, Secretary
pr-AOSTAPP I.OUQK, NO. 13, A. O. U. W.
Meets ct cry Thursday night In Ellfs Hal)
V Isttii'K members liuhc.l to attend.
II A, Camlhon, M. W.
Clauk IIitt. Itccorder. O.N. Hatv Pin.
J?LAQSTAPP LODCIi: NO. 7, P. & A. M
Iteirular mcetinir. on llrst Saturday of' each
month at Klk's Hall. Vlsltlns brethren Invited
P. J. Jack. W. M.
K. S. Mii.i.ku, Pec,
pi.AOSTAPP I.OD01:, NO. 11, 1. O. O. P.
,.JMCt?.?v,crJ' Saturday nltrht In Odd 1'elloHs'
Hall. Vlsltlm; members Invited to attend.
J. H. Josks, Sccietnrv.
jiie 111.UH11KIK1. Treasurer.
FI.AOSTAFP ItKHKICAH MHHJi: No. 17.
,,. Meets every Thursday oenliu: at R o'clock
WsltliiK members cordially lnvlil
Mlts, UK. ItAUT, N.U.
Mils. Asa CI.AHK, Secretary.
J7 S. CUAIUC,
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bottlo former prico ten cents at SUN
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SI. 00 per package.
Stuttovant's Gall Curo
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A sure and speedy curo for
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harness chaflnars cracked
:HF 'II teats sores ulcers, and
all cases where an oint
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Columbia Healing Powder. This is a wonderful healing agent,
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raw sores when everything else falls. Prico 25e. and GOc.
Columbia Colic Curo for horses and cattle. This remedy is pre
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Columbia Worm Powder. This article is composed of the very
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Sturtevant's Hoof Oil, invaluable for tho feet of all horses. It
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