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THE COCONINO SUN
FRIDAY, JANUARY 24. WIS
F. H. Heckethorn
on let l rll.
BZ on leftlhlirh.
on left tlilirh
on left ribs
on left thlKh
left thlirh of
M. C. SMITH
Also If V brand en
l.tt hfn Ifnrww nnt
B3M Also on
t-i' branded ns show n on
EBB on lef t blp of
SB cattle ami on
N left iblgh bon.cs
aaa on IcltaMa cattle
HHinf"11" nnr"' "r Williams
R. L. Neill
on left ribs.
Stock range at
J. H. Fuller & Co.
11 no, ArUona.
llrandcd HD en left
ribs. Hango: Tonto
llaslo'and East Halt
er's llutte, on rim.
MHHflMHHf jm left side
T. C. Frier
and Lake Mary,
Also own follow
Ins brands: DT'
FFF. CIA and
J; on left bio or
All Increase bianded as shown on animal.
on left ribs.
Also own E-3
branded o n left
shoulder, ribs and
NF on left thlsh.
itange: Pltmin Valley
and Ked Uutte.
E. H. DUFFIELD,
Cattle branded on
left side. Also
I on rurht hln.
I as follows'
' on left
rlKht hip. Horses branded
tango Anderson Mesa. Hay
Ldxe ana (.union uiaoio,
Cattle branded as In
cut. Also Z E L on
Horses RJJSon left
All Increase branded
C C and split left
Itange, Klo Puerco Valley
W. G. DICKINSON
Itange, Northern Co-
CEO. W. McDOUCALL
Horses branded same
ns cut on rU-ht thigh.
Taka and vicinity.
PITTS & COMPANY
Ash Fork, Arizona
Cattle branded on
eft hip as In cut.
Also own tho fol-
on left ribs
either hip. point
runs cither ny
Range north of
Ash Fork, Co
on left blp
The Best Bib Overall
A New Pair
If Tfrey Rip
ttVI STRAUSS 'i CO.
MFRS., SAN FRANCISCO
Jk JfnvJl im. ' Mule Colorado Khcr.
Range and Market News
Items of Interest Pertaining to the
Market Letter for
Kansas CityMarket Letter
(lly J. A, Hlckurt. Correspondent)
Knnsas City Stock Yards Jan.
12, 1913. The cattle market
averaged steady last week, though
the best fed steers declined 10 to
15 cents, and stock and feeding
grades sold a little higher. That
has been the the trend of the mar
ket for two or three week, but to
day conditions are changed a lit
tle. Fed steers are selling steady
to strong, the market closing firm
on them, butcher grades firm,
stockers and feeders about steady,
but a little shaky. Killers have
good orders to fill today, and the
hesitating tactics of feeder buyers
permitted to get the half fat steers
at S7.50 and upwards. The run
here today is 14,000 head, and the
fact that this number sold so well,
in conjunction with heavy sup
plies at some other points,
cates a healthy beef trade,
parently country buyers
about reached the end ol
daring, and the margin between
feeders and fat steers is probably
at its narrowest point. Best fat
steers brought $8 25 today, bulk
of the steers 7.00 to 8.00. Quar
antine steers ranged from 5.85 to
7.29 today, and some meal led
cows brought 5.90 in the southern
division. Stock steers bring 5.75
to 7.25 and feeders 6.75 to 7.50.
Colorado feeders sold at 7.25 to
7.65 here last week, landing on
the high spot of the winter so far.
Cold weather is stimulating the
beef trade, and smaller cattle sup
plies ahead, which are expected,
should meet a firm market. Hogs
sold stronger each day last week,
though total gain for the week
was only 20 cents. The run is
8000 here today, moderate for
rMonday, and the market ruled
steady to 5 higher, closing rather
mean. Tops sold at 7.47?, bulk
of sales 7.25 to 7.45. Long feeds
are showing more plainly each
week, average weight here last
week 210 pounds, against 206
pounds average for the month of
December, and 200 pounds for the
year 1912. Lamb prices slumped
off 50 cents last week, yearlings
about the same, weathers and
ewes off a quarter. A break in
mutton in New York is given as
the cause, liberal runs also con
tributing. Receipts today are
16000 head here, market strong to
10 higher. Colorado lambs
brought 8.75 and 8.85 today, year
lings worth 7.25 to 7-69, wethers
up to 5.85, ewes 5.40, feeding
lambs around 7.50.
Los Angeles Market Letter
Los Angeles, Cal. Jan. 23,
Prime beef is still strong at 7
cents, Los Angeles cows 6 cents,
veal in good demand. Prices
probably due to advance within
the dext few weeks at Phoenix
California is waking up to the
fact more cattle will be needed,
principally yearling steers and
cows with calves. Colorado buy
ers have already taken the field
and also Texas, $29 and $30 is not
too high for good yearling steers,
and there will be more demand
This year there is no need to
rush sales. Every hoof will be
sold and the men who don't try'to
sell all at once will get better
prices. There is more demand
Steam heating a special feature
and done in the latest approved
methods. See Wilson & Coffin
Cut The High Cost of Living
W. H. Chapman, Winnebago,
Neb., tells how he did it. "My
two children had a very bad cough
and the doctor's medicines did
them no good. I got a bottle of
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
and before it was all used the
children were free and cured of
their cough. I saved a doctor's
bill for one 25c bottle of Foley's
Honey and Tar 'Compound,." No
opiates. Will Marlar" Pharmacy,
Livestock Industry of Arizona.
the Past Week.
WHAT THE NATIONAL
STDGKMEN-S MEETING DID
Henry A. Jastro, of Bakersfield,
Cal., president; Dwight B. Heard,
of Phoenix, vice-president; C. M.
O'Donnell, J. B. Hendricks, H.
B. Parsons, C. B. Rhodes and Ike
T. Pryor, also vice-presidents.
The above were elected as offi
cers of the National Livestock
association for the ensuing year,
at the meeting just closed in Phoe
nix. The association selected
Denver as the place for the next
annual meeting, after a hot con
test between the Colorado metrop
olis and El Paso, Albuquerque
and some other towns being also
candidates for the honor.
Resolution No. 1 was particu
larly strong and demanded the re
tention of the important duties on
livestock and meat products, as
well as all farm products. The
livestock industry, declared the
resolution, should have the same
protection as other industries.
Free meat, it declared, would
greatly curtail the production of
livestock in this country, and
prices would be set back to where
they were for years before 1910.
The resolution also opposed free
No. 2 urges upon congress the
passage of a bill providing for the
physical valuation of railroads, in
order to determine whether raises
in rates the railroad companies
are fighting for are justified. T.
M. Potter made an earnest talk in
favor of this resolution.
Adjustment of Rates
Resolution No. 3 dealt with the
intermountain livestock rate ques
tion. The executive board was
called upon to take the matter up
with the interstate commerce
commission and endeavor to secure
an .equitable adjustment. Rates
from the west to the east should
be no higher than the rates from
the east to the west, it was
No. 5 demanded that congress
take some action looking toward
the protection of American live
stock and ranch interests in Mex
ico. The government administration
of the national forests was en
dorsed unreservedly; No. 6 urged
federal control of arid and semi
arid grazing lands, being a strong
endorsement of the Lever land
leasing bill, unanimously endorsed
by the convention the day before.
An elastic currency, more, re
sponsive to the needs of business,
was favored in another resolution.
Still another set the association
on record as being unalterably
opposed to a prohibitive tax on
Medicines that aid nature are
always most effectual. Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy acts on this
plan. It allays the cough, re
lieves the lungs, opens the secre
tions and aids nature in restoring
the system to a healthy condition.
Thousands have testified to its
superior excellence. Sold by all
Best Climate in the World
Mr. Harley Russell assistant
cashier of the Peoples Bank at
Ozark, Arkansas, writes: "en
closed find subscripton to your
valuable paper. 1 am very much
interested in Arizona and especi
ally your section o.l the state. I
was in your state for a few days
about two years ago and was very
much impressed with it. I certainly
expect to visit th'j state again
some day as I think you have the
best climate in the world."
W. R. Fox, 195 W. Washing
ton St., Noblesville, Ind., says:
"After suffering many months
with kidney trouble, after trying
other remedies and prescriptions,
I purchased a box of Foley Kid
ney Pills which not only did me
more good than any other remedies
I ever used, but have positively
set my kidneys right. Other mem
bers of my family have used them
with similar results. "Take at the
first sign of kidney trouble." Will
Marlar Pharmacy, advertisement
Restoration to Entry of Lands in
Notice is hereby given that the
lands described below embracing
287.40 acres, within the Coconino
National Forest, Arizona,
will be subject to settlement and
entry under the provisions of the
homestead laws of the United
States and the act of June n, 1906
(34 Stat. 233) at the United States
land otiice at Phoenix, Arizona, on
March 17, 1913. Any settler who
was actually and in good faith
claiming anv of taid lands for ag
ricultural purposes prior to Jan
uary 1. 1906; and has not aban
doned same, has a preference right
to make a homestead entry for the
lands actuully occupied. Said
lands were listed upon the applica
tions of the persons mentioned
below, who have a preference right
citltintf ti fKo niMn f irrrif nf anv '
such settler, provided such bottler
or applicant is tfualifk'd to make
homestead entry and the preference
right is exercised prior to March
17, 1913, on which date the lands
will be subject to settlement and
entiy by any qualified person. The
lands aieas follows: A tract of
56.04 acres within Sees. 17, 18,
19, and 20 T. j9 N.. R. 7 E., G. &
S. R, M.. described by metes and
bounds as follows: Beginning at
corner No. r, a p,ost marked H-i,
from which the southwest corner of
Sec. 20, said township and range,
bears south 8 degs. west, 38.50
chains; extending thence east 4.48
chains; thence north 15 degs. east
10.83 chains; thence north 9 degs.,
30 min. west. 14 chains; thence
north 14 degs. east 6 chains; thence
north 23 degs. west, 14 chains;
thence north 7 degs. 30 min. west,
8 1 1 chains; thence north 2 degs.
30 min. west, 7 chains; thence
north 5 degs. east, 7 chains; thence
west 7 chains; thence south 17 degs.
west, 7.37 chains; thence south 4
degs. 30 min. west, n chains;
thence south 40 degs. west, 4
chains; thence south 15 chains;
thence south 20 degs. east. 4.70
chains; thence south 13 degs. east,
25.58 chains to the place of begin
ning. Said tract was listed upon
the application of Frederick H.
Grant, Flagstaff. Arizona; List
3-2I2I. The Eh of SEJ, the NWJ
of SEJ, and the NE1 of SWJ, Sec.
34. T. 19 N.. R. oE., containing
160 acres. Said tract was listed
upon the application of Fred Hen
derson. Flagstaff, Arizona; List
3-2138. TheSWJofSElof NW1-4
the Si of SE1-4 of SE1-4 of NW1-4.
the Ni of NEi-4of SW:-4. the NJ
of SWi-4of NEi-4 of SW1-4, the
WJ of NW1-4 of SE1-4, the WJ of
EJ of NW1-4 of SE1-4, and the
NEi-of NWi-4of SWi-jof SE1-4
Sec. 28. T. 18N., R. 9E . except a
strip of land 30 feet wide off the
west side thereof. The net area
being 71.36 acres. Said tract was
listed upon the application of J. H.
Claridge, Safford. Arizona; List
3-2157. Approved December iqi2, t
b, V. Proudnt, Assistant Commis
sioner of the General Land Office.
Lists 3-2121, -2138, -2157. Jan. 17
to beb. 7.
S. M. GRISSOM
Cattle branded at
on left ribs
Itanzc North and
east 'Frisco Peaks
J. B. JONES
rattle branded oh
left ribs as on cut.
Horses brandct on
left thigh us on cut.
Also own tWWS
Mountain and north of Ash Fork
After Operation Failed to Help,
Cardui Worked Like a Charm.
Jonesvllle, S. C "I suffered with
womanly trouble," writes Mrs. J. S.
Kendrlck, in a letter from this place,
"a'nd at times, I could not bear to stand
on my feet The doctor said I would
never bo any better, and that I would
have to have an operation, or I would
have a cancer.
I went to the hospital, and they oper
ated on me, but I got no better. They
said medicines would do me no good,
and I thought I would have to die.
At last I tried Cardui, and began to
improve, so I continued using It. Now,
1 am well, and can do my own work.
I don't feel any pains.
Cardui worked like a charm,"
There must be merit in this purely
vegetable, ,fonio remedy, for women
Cardui for it has been In successful
use for more than BO years, for tho
treatment of womanly weakness and
Please try it, for your troubles.
N. B. Write to: U41n' Advisory Dt. ChttU-
nooi Mcdldnt Co.. Clutunooiri. Tnn.. for Special
tor Wests," MM Id plain wrapper, on rtnimt.
ft m I 'jtiiwunnAi jt n
A. L, SPELLMEYER
CATTLE COMMISSION BUYER
Handles more cattle than an' three buyers
' out of Northern Arizona
Volume of business through my hands this fall
alone over $400,000
203 American Bank Building,
Sturtevant Horse Medicines
Horse Blankets Lap Robes
No. 18 Special Chaps"
w. H. SWITZER
The Senate Saloon
The Pabst Brewing Co.
We Also Handle All Other Beers
Bottle Goods and Cigars
Phone 109 Free Delivery
To the Wool Growers of Arizona
We receive more wool each succeeding , -, -year
from the wool growers, .Xhere is
.only one reason for this, namely, the
satisfactory returns to the shipper. We
sell direct to the mills. Each clip sold
on its merits. No wool sold without
owners consent. " Liberal advances.
SALTER BROS. & GOMPANY
216, Summer Street - Boston, Massachusetts
Job Printing in all the latest styles
at the Coconino Sun.
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GEO. W. BLACK, Proprietor
Finest Line of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
A Gentleman's Resort
Billiard and Pool Tables
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