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THE COCONINO SUN
FRIDAY, JANUARY ,3iVlg i
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J Also own
F. H. Heckethorn
on left rib.
I nn l.kf, Blha
tt Wm of cattle
on left thigh
AtK V brand on
tlelttitp. Horses nro
; branded s ho r on
i animal laat
Jon left hip of
I cuttle and on
X jf i
Bon left Vt on MM
a""1 III as BE
horses H MHB
caM Also on left tnifin of
Range and Market News
Items of Interest Pertaining to the Livestock Industry of Arizona.
Market Letter for the Past Week.
M. C. SMITH
HI left thigh Horses
on left ulilo cuttle
llunse north of Williams
R. L. Neill
- Cuttle branded
- on left ribs.
' Stock range at
,,i. Horses branded
J. H. Fuller & Co.
'llrandcd HD on left
ribs. Kange: Tonto
Uaslnnnd Cast Mak
er's llultc, on rim.
Kansas City Market Letter
(lly J. A. Rlrksrt, Correspondent)
Kansas City Stock Yards Jan.
27i 1913. Monday killing kinds
of cattle declined 10 to 25 cents
Inst week, and stockers and feed
ers sold 50 to 30 lower the last
half of the week. Country buvers
heard of tlia lower prices and
bought freely after Tuesday, the
outgo to farms for the week reach
ing 15,000 cattle, out of a total
run'of 40,000 head. The decline
in fat stuff last week, which was
greater at other markets than here
especially at Chicago, had .the
effect of halting the heavy liquida
tions of partly fat steers, and the
run here today is but io,ooo,head.
Everybody had to show their hand
on the buying side today, and all
hands proved to' be empty, hence
the market is strong to 20 higher
today, applying to both killing
and country grades. The top on
fed steers last week was 8.25, but The deceased was well known
two loads of steers here today throughout Gila county, having
been a resident ' here for many
years. Interment took place at
Payson. Mrs. Beard of this city
Northern and Central Arizona,
and what remains is being-held at
$28.10 $30 per head.
There is such a cattle scarcity
as cannot be appreciated by those
who have not been around, and
Arizona men will get their prices.
Already a number of mistakes
have bten made, by contracting
too soon. The demand has not
even started as yet, as compared
to what it will be a little later.
There can be no price break.
Even the -democrats cannot start
anything in time to hurt the spring
and fall demand for cattle this
Forest Ranger Dead
Word was received in this city
yesterday that J. D. F. (Fletcher)
Beard, Forest Ranger at Payson,
Arizona, died Saturday from the
effects of a paralytic stroke. He
was about forty years of age and
leaves a wife and four children.
T. C. Frier
and Lake Mary.
Also own follow
Jnc brands; Df.
FFF. CXA and
J; on left hlDor
All Increase bianded us shown on animal.
is the step mother of the deceased.
Globe Silver Belt.
, Williams Arizona
i Cattle branded
fon left ribs.
j? Alto own Ett3
ibranded o n left
shoulder, ribs and
JNF on left thigh.
uange Pitman Valley
and Red Dime.
E. H. DUFFIELD,
, Cattle branded on
I on right hip.
I on left
I in left
rk'ht liln. Horses branded
tango Anderson Mesa. Hay
Lake and C'anron Diablo.
Cattle branded nit In
cot. Also Z E L oh
Horses f3(3on left
All Increuse branded
C C and split left
Range, Rio Puerco Valley
W. G. DICKINSON
Range, Northern Co
conino county and
Little Colorado River.
CEO. W. McDOUCALL
Horses branded sumo
ns cut on right thigh.
received a bid of 8.65, which the
owner refused, holding out for
8.85. They are prime Herefords.
Bulk of the fed steers go between
7.00 and 8.00 Cows are a little
lower than ten days ago, and bulls
are off 25 to 40 cents, but all kill-
ing kinds appear now to be on a! M W' Chapman Winnebago,
,, , . ' ' . . . . (Neb., tells how he did it. Mv
stable basis. Veal calves onng , two chidren had a very bad C0U,j,
up to 10.50, and will sell around ,aml the doctor's medicines did
present figures till dairy calves them jio good. I got a bottle of
begin to swarm to market, several ! Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
weeks ahead. Middle class quar-' aJ" ,before h "as a u"d the
... ' children were free and cured of
antine steers sell at 6.25 to 6.75, . their cough'. I saved a doctor's
best steers 6.oo,to 7.50, 1.40 above) bill for one 25c bottle of Foley's
a year ago. 1 Honey and Tar Compound." No
Hogs are not changing much in' Mates. Will Marlar Pharmacy.
price lately, the market steady advertisement.
today, top-7.40, bulk 7.25 to 7.35- j . . . . n . TT
The net result last week was a! ChevcIon BridKe Go,nSUP
gam of 10 cents on light hogs, and' The long sought Chevelon
a Joss of 5 cents on heavy weights, 1 bridKe is about to be erected and
which accounts for the narrow when it Is it will be a great "con
range ol prices today. The pack- venience to residents of the county
ers hope for larger receipts otjas then the auto owners, which
good weight hogs later this winter; are now becoming numerous, can
and next spring, as weight mak- v'S't iack ana lortn. 1111s rmuge
is also a very important link in
the national highway, northern
route, which eventually will be
only route that is used regardless
of the Phoenix bunch, which con
siders that the whole earth re
volves around the Salt River
Valley and the Roosevelt datri.
ing is profitable- at the present
price of corn. The situation in
the hog market this winter cer
tainly should stimulate the busi
ness of hog raising.
Sheep and lambs struck another
rough place today. Local buyers
moved slowly, claiming that
Chicago was off half a dollar today
with top lambs there at 8.50.
They had to have supplies, how
ever, and finally paid 8.40 to 8.65
for lambs here, yearlings worth
up to 7.50, weathers 5.85, ewes
5.50, though commonish ewes sell
down around 4-60. Run here
today io.ooo, prospects favoring
a light run balance of this week.
Los Angeles Market Letter
the Superior Court of the State
of Arizona, in and for the
County of Coconino
Lake and vicinity
Los Angeles Stock Yards Jan.
28, 1913. Los Angeles packers
are paying on the basis of 7.25
for nrime steers and 6.50 for fat
cows delivered. Of course many -said day, at the court-room of said
cattle were contracted under the
In the matter of the estate of
Henry Rockmark, deceased.
Notice of hearing petition.
Notice is hereby given that Fred
Rockmark, a brother has filed in
this court a petition that the last
will and testament of Henry Rock
mark, deceased, be admitted to
probate, and that M. I. Powers be
appointed administrator with the
will annexed, and that the same
will be heard on Tuesday the 18th
day of February, A. D., 1913. at
ono o'clock in the forenoon of
PITTS & COMPANY
Ash Fork, Arizona
on left ribs
VP9 cllthcr KSottbcr hip, point
gU hip KMJruns either way
Cattle branded on V
eft hip as in cut.
Also own the fol
on left hip
Rangn north of
Ash Fork, Co
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
FOR CHILDREN I to 8 year
j LEVI STRAUSS &CO Kit. SmtWm
above, but Imperial is getting as
high as 5 cents for extra good
cows and 7. cents for steers right
A peculiar condition in the
middle west markets like Kansas
City and Chicago is causing an
abnormal demand on light feeders
which are bringing over seven
cents and a price equal to beef.
Even at those prices they are
unable to get cattle, as further
west there is such a demand for
stockers that no light feeders are
being sent to the markets.
I note that at Chicago 556
pound steers sold at 7.10 and
600 pound steers at 7.30. There
is only one explanation, baby
beef. When a man can fatten a
650 pound yearling and make it
go over 1000 pounds there is more
profit than taking a chance on big
steers, especially when baby beef
is bringing the same price as 1200
pound steers and oply a cent or
two under the expensively finished
heavy. 1400 and 1500 pound stuff.
There are now, less than 3000
uncontracted .yearling steers in
court, in rlagstatt, uounty ot
Coconino, State of Arizona, and
all persons interested in said
estate are notified then and there
to appear and show cause, if any
they have, why the prayer (of said
petitioner should not be granted.
Dated January 24, A. D., 1913.
Chas. H. Adajis, Clerk.
1st pub. Jan' 31, i9i3
Last pub. Feb. 14, 1913.
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 nf the United
States and the act of June 11, 1906
(34 Stat. 233) at the United States
land office at Phoenix, Arizona, on
March' 17, 1913. Any settler who
was actually and in good faith
claiming any of said 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 actually occupied. Said
lands were listed upon the applica
tions of the persons mentioned
below, who have a preference right
subicct to the prior right of any
such settler, provided such settler
or applicant is qualified to make
homestead entry and the preference
right is exercised prior to March
i7i I9i3 on which date the lands
will be subject to settlement and
entry by any qualified person. The
lands are as follows: A tract of
56,04 acres within Sees. 17, 18,
19, and 20 T. 19 N . R. 7 E., G. &
S. R, M.. described by metes and
bounds as follows: Beginning at
corner No. 1, a post 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 (legs.,
30 min. west. 14 chains; thence
north i4.degs east 6 chains; thence
north 23 degs. west, 14 chains;
thence north 7 degs 30 min. west,
8 11 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 degc. 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
3.2121. The Eh of SE1, the NWi
of SEJ, and the NEi of SW1, Sec.
34. T. 19 N.. R. gE., containing
160 acres. Said tract was listed
upon the application of Fred Hen
derson. Flagstaff, Arizona; List
3-2138. The SWi of SEJ of NW1-4
the Si of SEt-4 of SEi-4of NW1-4,
the m of NEi-4of SW1-4. the NJ
of SWi.4of NE1-4 of SW1-4, the
WJ of NW1-4 of SE1-4, the WJ of
El of NW1-4 of SE1-4, and the
NE1-4 of NW1-4 of SW1.4 of SE1-4
Sec. 28. T. 18N.. R. 9E . except a
strip of land 30 feet w!de 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. Ap roved December 1912,
S, V. Proudfit, Assistant Commis
sioner of the General Land Office.
Lists 3-2i2i,-2i38, -2157. Jan. 17
to Feb. 7.
A. L, SPELLMEYER
CATTLE COMMISSION BUYER
Handles more cattle than any three buyers ir"
out of Northern Arizona ' -
Volume of business through my hands this fall
alone over $400,000
203 American Bank Building,
Los Angeles, California
Sturtevant Horse Medicines
Horse Blankets Lap Robes
"No. IS Special Chaps
Plymouth Lass Rope
W. H. SWITZER
The Senate Saloon
The Pabst Brewing Co.
Wc Also Handle All Other Beers
Bottle Goods and Cigars
To the Wool Growers of Arizona
We receive more wool each succeeding '
year from the wool growers, There 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'advancesr s"8e,vra
SALTER BROS. &' COMPANY
216, Summer Street - Boston, Massachusetts
S. M. GRISSOM
Job Printing in all the latest styles -at
the Coconino Sun.
Cattle branded as
In rut. i.
AUofjJj on rib KSH
Hanae North and . if M
east 'I'risco Peaks Iff frifiSnlT m"T
J. B. JONES
Tattle branded on
left ribs as on cut.
Horses branded on
left llitKh us on cut.
Also own 1W.1UI
Mountain and north of Ash ForK.
The Parlor Exchange
GEO. W. BLACK, Proprietor
Finest Line of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
A Gentleman's Resort
Billiard and Pool Tables Courteous Treatment
Front Street Flagstaff
Medicines that aid nature are
always most effectual. Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy acts on this
plan. Jt 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
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
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,
"and at times, I could not bear to stand
on my feet Tho doctor said I would
never bo any better, and that I would
have to have an operation, or I would
havo 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, bo I continued using it. Now,
I 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, tonic remedy, for women
Cardui for It has been In successful
use for more than BO years, for the
treatment ot womanly weakness and
Please try It, for your troubles.
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