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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1912
THE COCONINO SUN ' ' , PAGE ELEVEN Jj Cattle branded on left ribs. Horses branded BZ on left thlxh. Hange, Anderson Mesa. it . 1 on left tlilirh of horsos fa on left ribs I or cutun -ftfi- on loft thigh K of horses 2 v ' Also IC Y brand on left hip. Horses aro branded as shown on animal In cut. Jf E3 on left hip of cattle and on Cattle branded on left ribs. Stock range at Stoneman Lake and vicinity. :; Horses branded 1 Ion left thigh. llranded HH on left ribs. Ilange: Tonto llaslnnd East Ilak er's liuttc. on rim. Other-brands; bummer range Marshall Lake and Lake Mary, Winter range Canyon Padre. Also own follow Ing brands: DT FFF. CXA and . on left h(D!or Iltange: 4; Clenega and Knee V Track ;,' Yavapai County 1 Ariz. If W Cattle branded on left hip as In cut. Ear Marks Other brands: on left hip either hip in left ribs Horses branded on left thigh Cattle branded on left side. Also I on right hlo. (with earmarks I as follows: Bon left WTM h,p H on left HH U shoulder Ea2 Cattle bianded on f eft hip. Range Sltereave mountains r w. J.i .?.' . JC3L it-m JeuJtfc F. H. Heckethorn Flagstaff, Arizona lpB fu.JH Also on COR horses left thigh of M. C. SMITH William. Arizona Range and Market News Items of Interest Pertaining to the Livestock Industry of Arizona. Market Letter for the Past Week. Kansas City Market Letter SHEEPMEN ORGANIZE left tblgh horses on left side cnttlo llango north of Williams io hs? ISflBKSJ (Hy J, A, Rlckart, Uorrepondent) Kansas City Stock Yards, Oct.. 21, 1912. The general cattle: , , , . ,,, , 1 , . 1 1 . , , 1 11 c i)iciiu vountv vvooi- market advanced 10 to 25 cents , . . . . . .. . . . . . growers Association was oriramz- lastwceu, every thing participating. . . , ., . . , . .. , .' ied at Concho I-ndavevening.Sept. '3 R. L. Neill Flagstaff, Art. J. H. Fuller & Co. Pine, Arizona. leftside wSSKkm T. C. Frier Flags Uff.tArlxona side. All Increase bianded at shown on animal. A. G. DICKISON Dewey, Ariz. W. H. Pitts Ash Fork, Arizona B point runs cither way on left ribs nil Km are I brand edln Range Howard Sprlnns and Cataract Canyon E. H. DUFFIELD, Williams, Ariz. on right hip. Horses branded an..e Anderson Mesa. Hav Lake and Canroa Diablo. Arizona Leslie Platten Cballcnder, Arizona, p. O., Williams. Evans & Wolfe, Williams, Arizona Cattle branded as In cut on right shoulder and hip. Horses branded on left thigh and also on left thigh. Itango Coconino county, Auache Springs, and North Ash Fork James Donahoe Adamann, Arizona Cattle branded as In cut. Also Z E L on leu sine. Horses Taction left branded hip All Increase branded C C and split left car Range, Rio Puerco Valley G. DICKINSON Flagstaff, Arizona Range, Northern Co- except veal calves, which lost to 75 cents, and prime finished steers. None of the latter class, were received, but they are quo table around 10.75 lor best, about a quarter under the highest time. backbone 1 27. A number of prominent sheep men were present at the meeting and affairs relative to the industry were discussed in an in teresting manner. The result was the organization of the Apache fnnntri Kni'tirc n to flw nniintv X7rrfrmrairc Aecniiniinn of the market, their purchases last i , , , ' , .. , ! and steps were taken whereby the week .atrirreirntinf is.nnn mtrip, . J , 1 sheep interests will be advanced "tic. nuuuici ucavjr iuu gallic in today, 28,000 head, about one fourth more than anybody ex pected today. Country buyers have again saved the day for the market, sales ranging steady to ten lower than the best time last week. Killer buyers are rendered harmless by the extraordinary de mand from the country, else they might be counted onto doeffective work in lowering prices. Kansas is still shipping freely, pasture cattle selling today at 5.00 to8.5o, including Old Mexico grazed in Kansas. Ohio, feeder buyers took eight loads of Greedwood county steers at 6.15 to 6.50, on which the best bids from packers was 6.00 to 6.30. Common cows made the biggest gain in the quarantine division last week. Run there to day is 116 car loads, selling a shade lower, steers at 4.25 to 6.oo, cows 3.25 to 5.00. Thirty cars from Arkansas and five cars from Louisiana are included in quaran tine receipts today. The Pan handle and Colorado are shipping freely, largely stock steers at 5.50 to 7oo, feeders 6.00 to 7.00, and some mountain beef steers at 6.00 to 7.50, cows and heifers 4.25 to 6.00. Hogs have struck a rough place, market 10 lower today, following heavy declines last week. Receipts are heavier, but arc still far below runs a year ago. Top heavy hogs today 8.75, middle weights 8.40 to 8.70, lights 8.25 to 8.60. Sheep made a big gain last week, shippers receiving 100 to 200 per car more foF consign ments than they expected when loading. The market is a quarter lower than high time today, supply 30,000 here today. Lambs bring 6.75 to 7.25, feeding hmbs around 6.00, wethers 3.75 to to 4.50, ewes 3.50 to 4.00.' conlno county and Little Colorado River. CEO. W. McDOUCALL Williams, Arizona Right ribs Horses branded same as cut on right thigh. Also n right thigh. Range Davenport Lake and vicinity. Williams Cattle Shipments Oct. 15th, I. M. Jackson ship ped 133 head of cattle, Martin Buggeln 146, William Nagiller 143, Hugh Anderson 12, A.F. and F. O. Poison 9, and 13. F. Sweet wood 33 head, a total of 476 head, 17 cars in all. Of these cattle 114 head went to C. S. Hardy at San Diego; 168 head to Bartlett-Head Co. at Phoe nix; 194 head to J. J. Casey at Phoenix. The cattle shipped by Martin Buggeln averaged 1009 pounds. Williams News. and protected in a manner through out the county. The officers chosen were as fol lows: President, M. P. Peterson; Treasurer, M. A. Candelaria; Sec retary, Monico Garcia. The next meeting of the asso ciation will be held in St. Johns, at the court house, Monday, Oct. 7th, at 3 p. m. It is expected there will be a large attendance of sheepmen from all parts of the county. St. Johns Observer. s Why Meat Costs Money Years ago when the range was free and vast herds could roam at will from one end of the country to the other, without even a thought of a wire fence or a quar antine officer, the grass up to their eyes, labor cheap and grub cheaper it was profitable to run inferior stock, but the times and conditions have changed, and it is no longer wise to own such stuff. The range is rapidly be coming settled and fenced up. Labor costs from 25 to 35 per cent more and grub, consisting of bacon, beans, sugar, flour and coffee which was ample in the days of the free range has doubled in price and then doubled again. The settling and fencing up of the range and the grabbing of the forest reserves has added one ex pense after another to the cost of maintaining a flock until today it is enormous. And the man who is running inferior stock finds him self confronting a condition de manding immediate attention and earnest thought. Sick headache is caused by a disordered stomach. Take Cham berlain's Tablets and correct that and the headaches will disappear. ror sfJe by all dealers. Disqualified Two men were hotly discussing the merits of a book. Finally one of them, himself an author, said to tne otner: io, jonn, you can't appreciate it. You never wrote a book vourself." "No," retorted John, "and I never laid an egg, but I'm a better judge of an omelet than any hen in the state. When you have a bad cold you want the best medicine obtainable so as to cure it with as little delay as possible. Here is a druggist's opinion: "I have sold Chamber lain's Cough Remedy for fifteen years," says Enos Lollar of. Sara toga, Ind., "and consider it the best on the market." For sale by all dealers. Colonial Dames' Beautifier A perfect substitute for face powder; a perfect skin food, with marvelous curative properties. Removes blackheads, pimples, tan or any chapped condition; of the skin. Our rouge and message creams cannot be equaled. No hair-growing oils. These 'goods comply with the pure food and drug laws. For sale by Will Marlar Pharmacy. Oct.nNov.i Will Improve Grant Dr. E. B. Perrin, a multi-millionaire and large land owner of Williams, accompanied by Dr. Milton McWhorten of Oakland, Cali., have arrived at the grant to collect data in reference to the geological formation of this sec tion of the state to be used in an irrigation project which they pro pose to build on the Babacomari grant. Dr. Perrin owns the grant which consists of oyer 10,000 acres, and lies in a rich agricul tural and mineral belt west of Tucson. Tombstone Prospector. O. B. Sutton, of the firm of Perkins & Sutton, shipped twelve carloads of fine sheep from here this week to the Kansas City markets. This is one of the largest from here this season. Mr. Sutton informs us that it is nut the last shipment this season, but expects to ship more in the near future. Winslow Mail. Saved By his Wife 'She's a wise woman who knows just what to do when her husband's lite is in danger, but Mrs. R. J. Flint, Braintree, Vt., is of that kind. "She insisted on my using Dr. King's New Discovery.'" writes Mr. F. "for a dreadful cough, when I was so weak my friends all thought I had only a short time to live, and it com pletely cured me." A quick cure for coughs and colds, it is the most safe and reliable medicine for many throat and lung troubles grip, bronchitis, croup, whoop ing cough, quinsy, tonsilitis, hem orrhages. A trail will convince you. 50 cts. and Si. 00. Guaran teed by Babbitt Bros. If you have young children you have perhaps noticed that disord ers of the stomach are their most common ailment. To correct this you will find Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets ex cellent. They are easy and pleas ant to take, and mild and gentle in effect. For sale by all dealers.. SALE OF TIMBER, Albuquer que, New Mexico, September 30, 1912. Sealed bids marked out side, "Bid, Timber Sale Applica tion, August 20, 1912, Coconino" and addressed to the District Forester, Forest Service, Albu querque, New Mexico, will be re ceived up to and including the 5th day of November, 1912, for all the merchantable dead timber standing or down and all the live timber marked for cutting by a Forest officer, located on an area to be definitely designated by a Forest officer before cutting begins, including about 8,160 acres in approximately Sections, 1. 2, 3. 4. 5. 0, 7. . 9. 10, 11, 131 14, 15, 16, 18, 20 & 22, T. 21 N., R. 6 E., G. & S. K. M. within the Coconino National Forest, estimated to be 10,000,000 ft. B. M. of Western yellow pine sawtimoer, log scale, more or less. No bid of less than $3.50 per thousand feet board measure will be considered and a deposit of $2,000.00, payable to the order of the First National Bank of Albuquerque, New Mexico, must be sent to that bank for each bid submitted to the District Forester. Timber upon valid claims is ex empt from sale. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. For further information and regu lations governing sales, address Forest Supervisor, Coconirfb Na tional Forest, Flagstaff, Arizona, or District Forester, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Arthur C. Ring land, District Forester. oct.4-nov.i Frank Owen by Sedona, Ariz Cattle branded as In cut on left side. Also branded on left ribs 3m? Range. Sedona and Dry Creek, Arizona m hh jSW-mM2?4& vLAjigX Marriage Licenses T. J. Rbberson, Phoenix, and Mary Alice Firman, New York, Oct. 21. Ira E. Brown and Ellen O'Con nor, Williams, Oct. 22; married by Judge Perkins. Mark A. Smith and Katherine Stangel, Williams, Oct. 15. George Staff and . Anna J. Weatherford, Canyon Diablo, Oct. 17; married by Judge Perkins. A Log on The Track Of the fast express means serious trouble ahead if not removed, so does loss of appetite. It means lack of vitality, loss of strength and nerve weakness. If -appetite fails, take Electric Bitters quickly to overcome the cause by toning up the stomach and curing the indigestion. Michael . Hessheimer of Lincoln, Neb., had been sick over three years, but six bottles of Electrc Bitters put him right on his feet again. They have helped thousands. They give pure blood, strong nerves, good digestion. Only 50 cents at Babbitt Bros. Lovilla Pitts Ash Fork, Arizona Cattle branded on left hip as on cut Also on right ribs Increase branded ns per cut. Range Howard Springs and Cataract Canyon Wm. Naigler Williams Arizona Cattle branded on left ribs. Also own Err3 branded o n left shoulder, ribs and hip. Horses branded NF on left thigh. Range: Pitman Valley and Red Uutte. KOVERALLS I mmmmmmmmmmmmt ALL RIGHTS RESERVED FOR CHILDREN 1 to 8 year LEVI STRAUSS & CO Kb. & Frudut Good for One Thousand Votes When properly filled out and accompanied by One Dollar this coupon is good for 1,000 votes for Queen of Arizona. Sec'. State Fair, Phoenix, Arizona: Please enter this coupon as good forone thousand vote's for Miss.-. .4.... ...,., of., county of , lor Queen of Arizona Signed....; ,. Town County Job Printing in all the latest styles at the Coconino Sun. Do You Want Cattle? Over 8000 head all grades, contracted out of Northern Arizona for fall deliver'. Cattle are scarce and high and cows will be worth 40 per head in another year. Will buy or sell anything there is money in and you know who are dealing with. A. L. SPELLMEYER Cattle Commission Buyer 203 American Bank Building, Los Angeles, California 1 jv1 vjEHHfe Plymouth Lass Rope 7-16 & 3-8 inchs. full Wm. H. 3WITZER Harness and Saddles Maker of STA-PAN-EK BRIDLES GET ONE The Senate Saloon AGENCY FOR The Pabst Brewing Co. We Also Handle All Other Beers Bottle Goods and Cigars Phone 109 Free Delivery The City Meat Market John Wagner, Prop. Can always furnish you with A Feast of Meats . Fresh or Cured, Wholesale or Retail Give me a chance to please you and I'll do the rest New Bone Grinder just arrived. Fresh ground bone ever' da' ii j . ;.' ! JOHN WAGNER ROBT. ANDERSON General Blacksmith Repairing, Horseshoeing Wagon Work Prompt Work Prices Reasonable Old Heller Stand Flagstaff, Ariz The Parlor Exchange GEO. W. BLACK, Proprietor ; 1 Finest Line of Wines, Liquors .and Cigars A Centleman's Resort Billiard and Pool Tables Front Street 1 ! Courteous Treatment Flagstaff f I n I 1 J i f : :.:p-. - ";.4.- M- jw .0 . W- f m , -M RL. 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