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HOLBROOK HINTS. interesting and Newsy Items Clipped from the "Argus." Frank Hatliorn returned home Tuesday from Navajo, where he has spent the past year in the employ of Hugh Lynch. Cruz Duran, a well known cat tleman of Apache County, died The business of the meeting be rescinded, was or general nature. The al- : We further request the prfcsi lotment of the ranges within the dent of the Arizona Wool Gro forest reserves in which sheep wers' Association, Mr. JE. S. Gos are allowed to range was discuss- nev, to present this resolution to ed, and the differences between the department with a full state individual owners as to range ment of the facts and conditions was referred to Forest Supervisor upon which these conclusions Breen for adjustment. :are based. 'Some complaint had been receiv- ed from the counties of Yavapai Forest Reserve Grazing. and Maricopa regarding the ar- ! ere laid ! razng. ffrotln(ls from one coun C. in January next will devote yesterday tQ anothen Whüe jt s beHev. one day's session to the consider- ation of the relation of the public forest land to grazing. here Thursday morning at the i , . . i The American Forest Congress . t - fidavits required by law by the1 uc aiucuwh i uiwi v.unrcs! Liuuic ui uia uiumcj., J3uiiiia.uiu . 1 ,i at its meetinc in Wasiiino'ton u. jluiclu. i lie lemaiiis were jam to rest in the cemeterv !ty : ed all members of the association Harris Greer, a prominent cat-, make the necessarv affidavits. tierna n of Hunt, Apache Count . J yet they fail to reach the proper 0,ll-v those who thoroughly un was here Saturday with a load connty official and thus create derstatl(1 conditions in the west of hides. He reports that section ! confusion. P. C. Keid was ap- can aPPreciate how important is as troubled with grey wolves, pointed as attorney to see that e question or grazing in con which commit depredations on ! the affidavits are properly made action with the welfare of the the herds, to the loss and annoy-"and reach the proper official. ance of the stockmen. -1 a, e a Thomas V. Keam Dead. . The First National Bank yes- The following resolutions were, forests. Grazing is the principal industry of nearly half of the United States. unanimously adopted by the as-: icgiun sociatioiv 'of the countrv includes about Be it Resolved, By the wool two-fifths of its entire area, from a.hont thf middlf nP flip rnnfiriAnf terday received news of the death growers grazing upon and ad- Af m Tr Tr t iarpiit fn thp n Frinrivo westerly nearly to the Pacific of Thomas V. Keam, a member Jacent to tne csan r raiiLisco of the Commercial Club and well Mountain forest reserve, that it ocean, and the greatest part of known all over the southwest asa the unqualified opinion of all hls aal graaine former Indian trader. Mr.Keam well-informed stockmen on saul luid, Mnunly open, but much of died a short time since at his reserve that the recent order issu-1 U- Particularly in the more w to' 1 1 1. fA hv thp Dpinrtiripnl of the In- mountainous parts, forested or home in T ruro, England, where ecl Dy lae uepartmeni 01 uie in he went last spring after a long terior requiring all sheep coming P'1"' "a. lie torage visit in this city. It is supposed upon said reserve from the south "esff"m , tbe f nt' ve; that death resulted from heart to enter at "Beaver Head" an1 t.on o he deserts to the thick trouble from which deceased was follow the Flagstaff and Verde trf of the mountani parks and rc at o, V',11pv nernn marl otc py tne varied growth or herbage a sufferer. Mr. Keam was in St. valley wagon roact, etc., is ex-1 c , . , c, ...... , r 'frani!,, rlnf rí ,Anf a 1 fn tVio liPAn I a,1(l 3'OUtlg tfeCS fOUlld 111 the josepn s sanitarium, nere ror '-". u.u... .v. some time previous to his depar-; lndustr-v' to other stock Hlld tm.p fnr 7r.ncrinrl rancli interests along tne line or interior of the forest. During the excessive heat of summer it . . is; i'nstniniirv in rlriw.A r.,ff u His trading post at Keam's such trans, to tne puoiic roacts - , - rwlu, Canyon, Arizona, was known in the southwest and Mr. and we respe Keam amassed a considerable request that the said regulation fortune in the twenty-five years txeaUl S suv-'11 no-iio, iu lug uiu;iii. luring widely traveled and to the forest ra nge, ai-lcl sheeiJ LlP inP the forests, riH ivr; ' and we respectfully and earnestly ! where the air ls cooler ami the which he conducted the post. Albuquerque Journal. mm Woolgrowers Meet. The, Arizona Woolgrowers' As sociation met at . the court house on Thursday, says the Flagstaff Sun. COFFEE Your grocer must s 11 poor coffee ; we can't all be com fortable; but he needn't sell it to you. Your grocer rturn your money If you don't tbliik so. . a pasture better. This means that the young growth is trampled and browsed, and spongy forest soil packed or cut by hoofs, so that floods or serious soil erosion often follow, while the prospects of forest reproduction are greatly endangered, lie tice it is often necessary to exclude both sheep and cattle, though the regula tions are. generally more rigid