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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATTRDA Y IOKXJN J, ,j AXTAUY 18, 1913.
PAGE THE ARIZONA CATTLE sen GROWERS RESOLUTION "LOAN ME" "LOAN ME" Indorsing Lever Bill, National Forests, Sanitary Board and Corpora, tion Commission, Parcel ivn Charges 1'ivpa i'i Fruit if (a. (genuine) Semi-Annual Clean-U Sale ON UNTIL JANUARY 25th Extraordinary Offer "LOAN ME" is our motto at this sale. Ik-re's the idea, you pay the sale priee on anything you get here and we just -all it a LOAN, and if you're not entirely satisfied, at any time, just bring back the goods and I'll pay you back your money and add to it i'or interest the difference between the sale price that you paid and my regular retail price. I A, lie Io.,.-ins.. T fiiitli in iiiv n iv-h:i ml i It's the best I can buy and I want you to know it s the best VOL A2 1H too. VIC HART SCll A FFXKR and MARX fine clothes. U).I(i and up KAKL fc WILSON Shirts, sl.L", and up Ihnves Hats, .J.45: Christy Hats &)A). .Ulobe and Lincoln Underwear Solidsilk Underwear, etc All Included 40 North Central Where it Pavs to Rav Cash HAVE YOU DECIDED JUST WHAT YOU WANT IN THE WAY OF TREES Ornamental We have a large quantity of all the best varieties of trees suitable for local planting. Come and look over our stock and get our prices. If voli don't know what to plant, come and talk the matter over with us. We have the experience, and will advise you. Our rose bushes are the best we ever handled. Salt River Valley Nurseries 410 N. Central Ave. MEETING PLACE FOR THE "BHOYS" ABOUT TOWN CANDIES FOR THE GIRLS. CIGARS AND CIGARETTES FOR THE "BHOYS." Herman's Cigar iStand 122 North First Street. The resolutions passed by" the Ari zona Cattle t!i owers' association at its meeting in the water user,-' buildiug last Monday night were ordered tran scribed and published, but owing to the rush of business incident to the National Live Stock convention, to gether with tlie inrush of members to the state association, has kept Secre tary Sam R. Rradner so busy that he has been unable to get to it until yes terday. They are therefore published herewith in full for the first time: Resolution No. 1. Whereas, Certain advertisements have appeared setting- forth the bene fits to be derived from the organiza tion of a union stock yards in or near the city of L,os Angeles, and Whereas, ..s it has been leprcsented that this new organization has re ceived the sanction of the stock raisers of this community, and Whereas, the said stock raisers are perfectly satisfied with the present conditions; inasmuch as no unneces sary expense is entailed in the mar keting of their stock; and Whereas. Said present conditions permit the stock raisers and feeders to market their live stock on their own premises and over their own scales, al lowing for no extra commissions, shrinks, freight charges, shipping loss, yardage or other unnecessary expense, now, therefore. Ire it Resloved, That the Arizona Cattle Crowers' association, at its meeting held January 13. R13, condemn the or ganization of sue!) union stock yards as unnecessary and impracticable1; and be it further Resolved. That they decline to recog nize or support any such proposition. Resolution No. 2, Indorsing Lever Bill Whereas. There is no guaranty for a man engaged in the caltle raising industry to develop water or in other was to improve the range, and Whe reas, This matter is driving nianv people out of tile business, a ml Whereas. Were it possible for stock growers to lease a certain portion of the range it could be so improved and protected that it would take tare of many more cattle, therefore be it. Resolved. That the Arizona Cattle Growers' association urge and request our representatives in congress to use their influence in the passage f the I. ever bill, which, if passed, will bring about th results -desired. Resolution No. 3. Advising Retention of Duty on Live Stock and Meat. that Cared lVsl Prepaid Whereas, The cattle raising indus try is one of the greatest industries of Arizona, and Whereas, It se-ms to be the inten tion of the congress of the I'nited States to remove the tariff from these articles, therefore in' it. Resolved. That the Arizona Cattle Crowers' association urge and ropiest our representatives in congress to their voice and vote in retaining the tariff on live stock and meat. Resolution No. 4, Indorsing Live Stock Sanitary Board and Its Secretary. Whereas. The live slock sanitary board has greatly improved the effi ciency of tbe work for which such de partment of state was established, and Whereas. They have shown a dis position to do all in their power to improve conditions and woik m con junction witli the cattle growers' as sociation, therefore be it. Resolved. That the association ex tend to the live stock sanitary board and its secivtary their appreciation and thanks. Resolution No. 5, Asking for No Elimi nation in Extent of National Forests. Whereas. The forest service has greatly improved conditions in the districts over which it has had super vision, and Whereas. This improvement of con ditions has greatly benefited the cat tle growers who have had act ess. to such districts, therefore be it. Resolved. That these districts which are now under administration by the forest service be kept intact and no elimination be made therefrom. j Resolution No. 6, Thanking Arizona Corporation Commission. Whereas. The Arizona corporation commission has taken an active in terest in the reduction of tariffs on live stock shipments, and Whereas. Such reductons would be a great benefit to the stock raisers of Arizona, therefore be it Rcsoluved. That the Arizona Cattle Crowers' association extent! to the commission its thanks and apprecia tion for work in the- matter. The Republican prints twice a., much Associat.d I'ress news as any other paper in Arizona. You .an get The Ri'publiea n for a vear. the Sun dav edition, (exclusive) inchid-d for only S."i. on. )! fer good mily on out bargain days. Thereafter, regular T.'.c per month, only accepted. tf ALL HAD SEEN II 'IN THE REPUBLICAN Thirty-two Readers of This Paper Wanted a Collie. Who says it doesn't pay to adver tise in The Republican? There was a brief statement in this paper yester day to the -effect that Probation Officer Canning had a young collie, dog for which he wanted to find a good home. He preferred, and almost made it a condition, that there should be chil dren in the home to play with the collif and make things pleasant for him. Refore Mr. Canning was out of bed yesterday morning there was a ring at the telephone:" a little gfSrl. the daugh We are The Free Sold Up to $30.00 For . N. E. Corner a n iti. e an.T "wanted that dog. She ',,. " ! not uualily for successful appii- j NO MONEY, NO FOOD. was able to furnish satisfactory refer-, In the course of the alien n In- ' cation an.! suffered in silence the ie- J iv-es as to her ability to support the was stopped on the street or was . privation of the cllie. Woman Dies and Husband Is in a collie in the style to which blooded called upon in person at his house or! This in. -id nt proves two tilings ; Critical Condition. dogs are accustomed, and she. was by t leplioiie, by thirteen nn.iv appii- !' 'rt oIK-- dogs are in demand find' promised the animal, and in turn she cants for the young collie dog. The that e . : I ouy reads The Republican, i UAXSAS CITY. Jan. 17. .Mr.-. Si- promise.i to l e good to ini and en- ; last a ppiic.ttion w as filed last night i , ; r;:;i C Krw in. .".7 years old. died of tert -Jin him. She liked to play, too. : by a man in Mesa, who sent for the' Mrs. A. R. Tabor of Crakr. Mo., starvation ' in re today and her 1ms- While Mr. Canning was at. his break- dog .psj fast he was called away three times Mr. Canning pnotied The Republican a. he for about five years, when she j critical condition for the same cans, to answer telephone messages from last night requesting that as much began taking Chamberlain's Tablets, i Krv. hi was unable to gel work iin-1 in oole w ho ' had seen if in The Re- publicisy be given to the fact that his ' She has taken two bottles of them and )..;, no money to procure food. 11 publican, and all of whom wanted a stock of colli. ,-olli. was .;ivcn to the news that he had on.- is caused by a disordered stoma.M, When lie reached the n.-m.ng block.'; to save awa y. When he aciuires an-hc-r which tla se tablets are especially where la- usually stops first w hen he ' other he w ill apprise the populace ( intended. Try them, get well and comes down town. Mr. Canning found through the columns of his paper. stay well. P-d.l by all druggists, five men who had been apprised by. There were thirty-two persons to i -o- - Thv Republican that he had a collie whom that don to eive awav. Llefot'e uoon there 1 loiibtb-ss had been eighteen applications for the i ing no children ii oiii- own niaKt 1 lar;ess and SaddLt is our AIM. cX . TO SUIT THE CUSTOMER v..',l -" '"V TO SUIT THE HORSE :y-: , :r: T0 SUIT Y0UR PURSE S ' ' ' r""'"'- V V . 1 i ' v - '-r-'v' v yr ff."-' i -Vn V- r? .1 , . y - - - - A.--- -. . -1, 1 WY sell more" Hai-iicss than our competitors. Tlicro is a reason. We manufacture our own Harness and Saddles. The price is low hul the quality Xo. (.N.uuo in and inspect our stock before buying, or write us. Mail orders solicited I. II. (las Engines. Coliings :',:-: 58 K. Adams Street 1 0 f la Vfew NJiW Offering Choice of . . . FIRST COME FIRST SERVED 13 First and Washington Streets. distance telephone. had be..n tr. l with - dogs i.- -xlciiisted, as , thev eur.-d la r. publication appealed.; Hire a lilt! salesman there were others who. liav- pubhea r jffic.-. A Want to play with the dog, nmr. ust inters than you Agents for the Osborne, .Racine and - ... ..... ... .... -I-...-. .. ,u . .'. . -iK .- V ehicle and Harness H ip Hp it w k hea.i ml. a laborer, is in a h'.vspital in a Sick hoad-j and his vvife remaiiud in a little -i-tage in Kast Rottoms for four 'ie- wiiho'it a mc.tsei of focd. Tlie biggest newspaper value in lie ! 'At si. utli bargain u.ij oiiei i i f Republican, dail.v and Sunday editions ' lii.tli included for $",.iMi a year. Hriiiur ' our money in now. t at The R. Ad will s: can. ..r V.1- i Emerson Farm - Implements. Phoenix, Arizona ter of a well known physician, was the j V