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The Coconino sun. [microfilm reel] (Flagstaff, Ariz.) 1898-197?, November 18, 1905, Image 5

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y territorial Happenings $
Yuma has five meat markets.
One hundred and two stockhold
ers of the Arizona Territorial Fair
association had, up to Wednesday,
paid their subscriptions in full,
placing a fund in the treasury of
the, association amounting to over
323,000. Republican.
Twenty-two cars of cattle were
expected to arrive in Phoenix
Wednesday morning from points
in Texas, coming into the valley
for feeding purposes. It is thought
the owners are accompanying the
shipment. Republican.
Alfalfa is the most certain crop
that can be grown in the world; it
never fails and is always market
able. Once seeded, it grows year
after year, for how long is not
known. The oldest field near
Yuma is twelve years old, and as
good as ever. Sentinel.
Arizona honey has no competi
tor when it comes to quality, the
famous tourist hotels of the world
serving it on their tables in prefer
ence to the product of other sec
tions. The United States agricul
tural department, after a thorough
analysis, credited Arizona hone'
by placing it at the head of the
list on every point.
President Babcock left lor
Vitningfon, CVfhur'Mhov He
has gone on business connected
with the university, and will, while
in the city, attend the convention
of the presidents of.state universi
ties, the association of agricultural
colleges and experiment stations
and the convention of state mining
schools, at all of which gatherings
he will represent the University of
Arizona. An impression of the
varied aspects and scope of the
work, of this institution can be
realized from the number of differ
ent associations at which it will,
at thisjone time, have representa
tion. Post..
The case of the United States
vs. Hen Heney and J. Montano
was dismissed last night by U. S.
Court Commissioner Gilmore. The
case arose from the arrest of the
defendants on the charge of illeg
ally cutting timber on government
land. The testimony showed that
the land was mineral bearing, and
the dispute regarding size of trees
cut, not less than eight inches in
d ameter per government regu'a
tions, had been complied with ex
cept where the building of moun
tain trails were necesrary to reach
wood camps. The defendants
have a contract to furnish 3,000
cords of wood to Fort Huachuca
and have special government per
mit to cut timber near the fort. U.
S. Attorney Nave represented the
government and Attorneys Ives,
Goodrich and Bowman appeared
for the defendants. Prospector.
Dr. Brown was called to Concho
Sunday to dress the wounds of
three Mexican boys who set off a
dynamite cap to see what it would
do. One had one of his hands
blown off, and the other two were
severely injured. Winslow Mail.
Not long ago a carpenters' union
was formed in Globe, which now
numbers more than ninety mem
bers. It was organized under the
auspices of the United Brother
hood of Carpenters and Jointers.
Globe is now one of the strongest
.union towns in Arizona.
J. F. Mahoney, who deserves to
be saluted as one of the greatest
reformers of Arizona, is in Phoe
nix from Benson. He states that
conditions were never better at the
institution, and that the recent
small pox scare was only a tem
porary matter, the disease having
been promptly stamped out by the
effective measures taken. Enter
prise. There is but one way open now
for the sheepmen to take their
Hocks through the forest reserve
to go south lor grazing purposes,
and that is byway ot Chaves pass,
keep on the trail and keep going.
Very tew sheep of Apache county
wilt leave for the south this year
compared with the number in past
years. There are several reasons
tor tliis, chief among them being a
hne range here, and many ot the
surplus sheep and lambs sold here
at fancy prices last October. St.
lohns Herald.
No PoUon In Chamberlain's Coulh
From Napier New Zealand,
Herald; Two years ago the
Pharmacy Board of New South
Wales, Australia, had an analysis
made of all the cough medicines
that were sold in that market.
Out of the entire list they found
only one that they declared was
entirely free from all poisons.
This exception was Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, made by the
Chamberlain Medicine company,
Des Moines, Iowa, U. S. A. The
absence of narcotics makes this
remedy the safest and best that
can be had; and it is with a feel
ing of security that any mother
can give it to her little ones.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
especially recommended by its
makers for coughs, colds, croup
and whooping cough. This rem
edy is for sale by all druggists.
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T. Ef POLfctfCK
ce Ersident
$ 20!OWTjOO.
, President
C. O. ROBINSON, Cashie'r
TransacJS General Banking business. Sells Drafts on
all Foreign Countries. Collections a specialty. Interest paid on
time deposits.
rrW. Flagstaff, Williams, Kingman, Arizona
The celebrated Bldleruan
tree is used in all my sad
dles. They are made In
double and single rigs,
and are specially made for
breaking btonchos and for
hard cowboy work.
Columbia Stock food
And Veterinary Remedle.
Columbia Slock Food for
horses, cuttle, sheep and
swine. This preparation
will prove to be the best
article ei er compounded to
put your stock in good
condition. It is not a food
it is 11 medicine a tonic,
a system builder and appe
tizer. Price 2.1c., ."UK:, and
$1.00 per pnekage.
Sutitev.uii's (all Cure
cures whilethehors works.
A ku e and speedy cure for
Middle aud collur falls -harness
dialings erjeked
teats sons ulcers, and
all eases where an oint
ment is Indicated. I rice
per box. 25c uud 50c."
Columbia Healing Powder. This Is a wonderful healing agent,
prepared especially fur ulcerated and old sores. Its action on sad
dle or collar trails is magical it acts lUonee Dries up and heals
HffiK HI
? flmlHl ftf'
Jrice 25c. and 50cr
raw sores when everything else fails
Columbia Colic Cure for horss and entile. Thiirremedy is pre
puted from a prescription iisedvy the professojjrt'ui the best veter
inary school in America, liyrase of eolie, sedy uttinn i neces
sary. Keep a bottle 1111 hupfi ready for enujency. Pri-e '31.no.
Columbia LlnimentyTriils niluahltfeinhrocHtlon is especially
adapted to relic Ing niun redueinffiflamallon and swellings, re
moving by absorption lumps awrenlargemeiils. Very e Pew-inns
for sprains, bruiy'S, curb, spUrifs. spavin, 1 lug-bone uid t ilaryed
bocks. Price nv bottle, jjirrand 50c.
ColumliiVormJMwder. This article I composed of -be very
best drugswiovvpyMfscience as parasite destrojers.-and make 11 er
fect veiwuujyywiiieb is absolutely hairale-ss. This is exactly what
your hatleeds. Price per box,' Ale.
Srtfrtevaut's Hoof Oil, invaluable for the feel of all horses. It
will soften and euro brittle hoofs, coins. qiiuiiei--t-riich, sp,.
ei ucks, contracted feet, etc. Price, pit.t can. 5i-: quuit can. il.txl.
Columbia Hoof Ointment for all diseases of ihe feet, tbrnb
contracted hoof, cracked Iiecl, sciatcbes. stone bruises, bruised
heels, etc. No flog, no foot: 110 foot. t.o burse. I 'lice 50e. and
$l.i0 per box. Sold anil Guaranteed by
' vVsos'AisAs -o
In a Tourist Sleeper
ChicagOyKansas City, Denver, St. Paul,
Minneapolis, Owtfna, Des Moines, St.
Loins'; Torfito, Montreal, Buffalo,
Rocherfr Albany, Boston and other
Eastern points via the Santa Fe.
Thee Slrcpcrs bate' all the con enlcnces nud
comfort of the standard cars and the berth rato
In Just half. Ask any Santa Fe Airent about It.
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