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The fifteenth Annual Session will be Held
October 25 to 29. 1904. at St. Louis.
The fifteenth session of the Trans
Mississlppl Commercial Congress will
meet at Saint Louis, Missouri, on the
25th day of October, 1004, at 10 a. m.
in Convention hull, in response to the
invitation at the 14th session of this
organization held at Seattle, Wash
ington, August 18-21, 1903, extended
by tho Honorable David R. Francis,
President of the Louisiana Purchase
In addition to tho exercises com
inemorativo of tho Lousiana Purchase
the executive committee submits a pro
gram of general interest to the people
of the Trans-Mississippi states and
territories, and among the subjects to
be discussed are tho following:
Rivers, water-ways and harbors,
Isthmian canal, semi-arid regions,
Merchant M arine, trade with the Orient,
Consular service, statehood, railroad
transportation, preservation of for
ests, sugar Industry, trade with Mex
ico, exports and Imports through Gulf
and Pacific ports, encouragement of
homo manufactures, good roads and
drainage, Lowls and Clark Exposi
tion in 1905, department of mines and
mining, trade with Canada, Alaska.
That immediate results may be ob
tained it is the desire of the executive
committee that the requests made upon
tho Boards of Trade, Chambers of
Commerco, industrial, maritime and
other associations to appoint delega
tes be acted upon promptly, and the
governors of states, mayors of cities
and towns and the executive heads of
county governments are respectfully
requested to name delegates under the
call as early as possible and forward
tho names with each address to tho secretary.
Arizona Live Stock.
The returns from the several coun
ties of Arizona to the territorial board
of equalization, as recapitulated in
that office, shows the following live
stock represented on tho assessment
roll, with valuations:
Cattle 237,090 $1,578,025.30
Sheep 339,815 123,710.00
Goats 05,089 23,701.00
Horses 37,072 772,052.00
Mules 1,482 36,018.90
Asses 1,218 7,140.00
Swine 7,730 10,993.50
Ostriches 900 40,000.00
In Praise of Chamberlain's Colic, Choi,
era and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"Allow me to give jou a few words
in praise of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,"
saj s Mr. John Hamlett, of Eagle Pass,
Texas. "I suffered one week with
bowel trouble and took all kinds of
medicine without getting any relief,
when my friend, Mr. C. Johnson, a
merchant here, advised me to take
this remedy. After taking one dose
I felt greatly relieved and when I had
taken the third dose was entirely
cured. I thank you from the bottom
of my heart for putting this great
remedy in tho hands of mankind."
For sale by all druggists.
All candidates of both political par
ties are warned not to distribute or
cause to be distributed, during tho
coming campaign, either in our lum
ber camps or elsewhere on our prem
ises, to any of our employes, intoxi
cating liquors of any kind whatever.
Saginaw & Manistee Lumber Co.
Arizona Lumber & Timber Co.
Sept. 17 to Nov. 5.
TURNS TO REPUBLICANISM.
Judle William H. Barnes of Tuscon. Has a
Change of Heart Indorses Roosevelt.
The St. Louis Globe-Democrat in
the issue of Sunday, September 18,
published a 3,000 interview with Judge
William H. Barnes of Arizona, who
comes out for Roosevelt and gives bis
reasons therefor. Judge Barnes is a
life long democrat, was appointed by
President Cleveland a member of the
Arizona supreme court and is now
general counsel for tho Greene Consol
idated Copper company. The chief
reason ho gives for making the politi
cal change is that be believes the poli
cies of the republican party are better
for the country than the programme of
the democratic party which really
promises nothing beneficial.
The republican party, he says, Is a
party of action and accomplishment.
The United States has grown great un
der its administration and Judge Bar
nes sajs that if any of the policies by
which it has attained greatness had
not been carried out its growth and
prosperity would have been retarded.
He believes that further prosperity
depends upon the retention of the re
publican party in power.
Speaking of "safe and sane" democ
racy, Judge Barnes says that while It
is an improvement upon Bryanlsm and
populism, it offers to tho country no
reason thy there should be a change
of administration. There is nothing
in the St. Louis platform, nothing in
the speech of acceptance of Judge Par
ker to attract tho independent voter,
tho businessman, the laborer or any
other class of voters.
Judge Barnes pays a glowing tri
bute to President Roosevelt and espec
ially commends him for his stand in
tho matter of reclalmatlon of the arid
is the best time
of the year to
On 10 different days in
September and 8 in October
Santa Fe agents at Flagstaff
will sell tickets to
St Louis and return $53.85
Chicago and return $59.05
and to New York, Boston,
at very low rates.
September tickets good 90
days for returning, October
tickets good until Dec. 31st.
Come back a different way
if you wish and stop off
Be sure to
VISIT GRAND CANYON
going or returning and
bear in mind that
Santa Fc Is The Way.
Information, tickets, etc., from
George E. Sullivan, Agent
High-class taxidermy in all its lines.
Don't throw away deer heads; have
them preserved and mounted; they are
valuable. How to skin head and an
imals that are to be mounted, free for
the asking. George F. Moe,
Taxidermist, Flagstaff, Ariz.