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:„% ■='• jHHnMS Arizona sheepmen an. txperi'-neine their tirst satisfactory season in four ?M' years, according to Hugh E. Camp * boll, president of the Arizona Woo! .ir ”'W m Growers’ association. Though the c’ip will he of about the same quantity as 1 last year, some 8,000.000 pounds, the quality is much better and the ruling prices are twenty per cerwr. higher, Mr. Campbell states. Moreover, the demand is steady. In 1913 the woo! brought between thirteen and seventeen cents a pound This year the prices are from seventeen to twenty cents. The lamb crop is eminently satisfactory. In fact, it is extraordinarily good, being what Is termed a “ninety per cent crop.” In other words, the number of lambs born will equal ninety per cent ©f the herds. In .1913 the lamb crop was under sixty per cent. Feed is far better on the ranges than it was last year. To this is dire the improved quality of the wool and the increased lamb crop. The shearihg season will be over fn. a short time and soon the herds wintered in central, Arizona will be drifted back to the northern ranges. Government weather observers report that in ali parts of the state 'be prospects for abundant summer water (r far better than they* were a year ago. The movement, started by* the Cochise County Taxpayers’ association for a state-wide organization of taxpayers is arousing much interest. .No tices calling for a meeting at Tucson, April 9, have been sent by the Cochise association to all boards of supervisors: and commercial bodies in the state. Hearty approval of the plan is given by the members of the Arizona t/x commission. A complete denial of the charges made against the management of the university has been made by the board of regents. Governor Hunt has made public a lengthy report from the regents, setting forth the result of an inves tigation of the charges. Bean William Scarlett of Trinity r: pro-cathedral, Phoenix, and Dr. R. D. h: Kennedy, a Globe physician, have u ~ »»«*. Queen.” This has been decided upon .ugh E, CAMPBELL by the commissioners to show their a purer.aiicn of the financial and other assistance those two big copner com panies hare given the fair. A check for $3,05?1 57 has been received by State Treasurer David F. ; r -‘ b — OT from, the estate of Sabino Otero, a cattleman of Pima and Santa . ! uz counties. This Is the largest check the state ever received under The inheritance tax law. Round copies of the penal code, as revised bv the legislature last spring, are being distributed by Secretary of State Sidney Osborn. The price is $1 a copy, with ten cents added for postage anywhere within Arizona. Dozens of letters protesting against reported cruelties to sheep during t.'e shearing season have'been received by Governor Hunt. Among those ■’ ho have written him on the subject are Mrs. Minnie Maddern Fisfee, (he famous actress; Alfred Wagstaff, president of the national S. P. C. A., and E.nc- a f Thompson feeton, the naturalist. There seems to he a general move ment on among eastern humanitarians to correct conditions supposed to exist m the west. So far as can be learned, the cruelties complained of. such as clipping chunks of flesh from the animals during the shearing process, and 'be removal of fleece in cold weather, are not practiced in Arizona. During a visit to Phoenix, Reclamation Commissioner I. D. O'Donnell suggested that the Roosevelt dam and road be included in a national park. Ihe suggestion has been taken up by the Salt River Valley Water Users’ association and other bodies, and it is hoped that the necessary biR will be passed by congress. « / Plans are being made to hold a banquet in Phoenix next October to com memorate the fiftieth anniversary of Arizona’s organization as a territory. A state-wide association of automobilists is being formed with the Mari copa Auto club as a nucleus. It is expected that the association will"take c! arge of the automobile races at the fair next November. The eighth annual declamation contest for Arizona high school pupils, lield at the Tempe Normal, was won by Miss Ruth Byers of Mesa. Alex ander Rosas of Phoenix took second place. As a delegate at large named by the secretary of the interior W. J, Murphy will attend the special conference on irrigation to open at Denver April 9. Os The fourteen delegates appointed by the governor to represent Arizona, about ten will attend. T he first annual shoot of the State Rifle association will be h°!d on the ranee past of Phoenix, April 16, 17 and 18. Morris C-oldwater, a Prescott banker, is a candidate for director of the fedora! reserve bank to he established at San Francisco * ♦444444444♦ ♦ 444 4444 4 4444A4-44-4-4-44-4-44-44-444-4-44-44 444 444-44 | Telephone 192 Office: Dow ns Building' t ! D. E HANKS ! + ■" "" X t General \Avery and Transfer Bust- X | ness. Hay, gram, feed, coal and wood. ; X Delivered to Ail Parts of the City. ♦ Fine Horses and Good Buggies for Hire. + 444444-444-444-44* 44 444 44 4 4 4444-44-444 4 4 4 4-44444 444-4-444 A4444 J. F. MAHONEY Real Estate and Insurance.... Buy and sell any and all kinds real estate Rental Collections Made lor Out*of»Town Parties Look to Your Plumbing body as the plumbing does for You know what happens in a the house; and they should be house in which the plumbing is kept in first class condition all in poor condition-everybody in the time. If you have any trouli the house is liable to contract !e with your digestion take Chain typhoid or some other fever. The berlain/s Tablets and you are digestive organs perform the , certain to get, quick relief. For same functions in the human sale by Kelly Drug Co. *§ -<s> -<§• <$- 1 '? V > --S "y ■s. 'j,- * <$ ' t • ] I THE BANK OF WINSLOW j *"" * ' ] : Big enough to take care ] r *> ' % l of your busmess—not too I f 4 big to appreciate it. I i i ! <*> , r=m 1 -=l l THE BANK OF WINSLOW | i J, t,,y . : i jjjijj For all kinds of g i sil % good eate » * n * ce i 4 -* uicy roasts and s |R / 11? steaks, vege-« w Jrs% i tables, mmceK Ty ,v Jr 1 1 . . , $ f li^Nr 1 ’ elc -’ go i I CITY MEAT MARKET I I I The Nyal Family I ——Remedies= I These are not Trust Goods. f We can show you what they 1 contain, we fully guarantee l then*. Your money back • 1 if they fail to do the work. 1 USE “ALL IN ONE” IT POLISHES EVERYTHING f WINSLOW DRUG STORES Agents. X t | i Everything in Drugs and Sundries | | ONE PRICE TO ALL | £ 1 Money Cheerfully Refunded if not Satisfied % I THE KELLY DRUG CO. j i t . I | I The Store ! : t I Furniture repairing, varnishing ; and refinishing. Get our prices they are O. K. Leave orders at S. Hayes Shoe Shop. One door South Bailey &. Beeson Fuel Co. FRED HAYES, Jr. J . FOR SALE -1 Modern Brick House - | Centrally located: only S6OO down: halgnro like rent. LoU: Boss, Babbitt’s Grocery D'-parluiciit. tHE wTnsLsw MXiL f NOTICE I _ . j’ Notice is hereby given, that J j during the year 1914, the Wins low Commercial Club will hold i regular meetings on the first l Wednesday and third Wedneday j of each month, in the Macabee j Hall, Elk’s Building, at BP. M. E. P. CONWELL, l' Secretary. Straight at it There is no use of our “beat » ing around the bush.” We might I as well out with it first as last. We want you to try Chambrlain,s - Cough Remedy the next timeyoi! have a cough or cold. There is no reason so far as we can see * why you should not do so. This | preparation by its remarkable e cures hks gained a world wide * reputation, and people every- J where speak of it in the highest | terms of praise. It is for sale by the Kelly Drug Co. Sure Thing, i "Yes,” said the boss plumber, as he > cranked up, “a buz?, wagon is sure ex | pensive, but think how many more > times a, day j can go bark for mv 9 tools.” ■ A \ \ Rub the joints with Ballard’s i Snow Liniment to relieve rheum- I atism. It penetrates the flesh ) to the bone conveying its sooth } lug and restorative influence to I the spot where the pain exists. Price 25c, 50c and SI.OO per bot tle. S< 11 by Kelly Drug Co. COLUMN FORWARO [ Continued from Page One. r Coconino, Yavapi and Mohave f counties in Arizona and San Ber nardino and Los Angeles count ies in California are behind the movement thus far and it is ex pected that Navajo will fall in line in a movement, “the most important since the Atlantic amt Pacific Railroad was built thro Northern Arizona, ” as some one expressed it Monday evening. It is estimated that between 50,000 and 150,000 auto parties will pass acoss the continent to California during 1915, and the route thro Northern Arizona via the Grand Canyon and Petrified Forest will attract all those who wish to see the greatest scenic wonders in America. But this route offers more than scenic wonders, it is rich in scenes historical, it avoids extremes in altitude, and prob ably more than that, it leads the tourist thro the new states whose untold opportunities and undevel - oped resources are attracting the homeseekers of the nation. The estimated total cost of plac ing sign boards along the route through Navajo County will be about $590.00. Such an expen diture is not great and it would directly or indirectly benefit every citizen of the county and and at the same time place Nav ajo County forever on the best national highway between the Atlantic and Pacific coasts. E. P. Conwell. j A valuable dressing for flesh wounds, burns, scalds, old sores, rash, chafed skin, is Ballard’s Snow Liniment: it is both heal ing and antiseptic. Price 25c, 50c and SI.OO per I o tie. Sold by Kelly Drug Co. | Downfall Sure to Come. As soon as a man begins to think he knows a woi an thoroughly some thing crops out in her personality that j entirely upsets Ms calculations. i Announcements t W. J. CROZER , I hereby announce myself as a , candidate for the office of TOWN CLERK s °f Winslow, subject to the ac- I tion of the Primaries. GEO. HEUSER 1 T hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of ■j TOWN MARSHAL ;j of Winslow, subject to the ac j non of the Primaries. C. M. BLEDSOE ; j 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate lor the office of TOWN MARSHAL 1 of Winslow, subject to the actit n ' of the iVimaries. F. M. DUNHAM I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of TOWN MARSHAL of Winslow, subject to the ae tion of the Primaries. G. O. DOWNS 1 hereby announce mvself as a ; candidate for the off ire of TOWN CLERK i of Winslow, subject to the pti - mary election. I IC: ~ -S&AJO -Jl■ ■- lU <>B »JHL J XJ I! ■ ~.,1. _U AMS l ■. ■ ■ C. R. DUKE I hereby announce myself as a < candidate for the office of TOWN MARSHAL of Winslow, subject to the action of the Primaries. ■ T. J. SHUFLIN I hereby announce myself as a candidate for re-election to the j office of j SUPERVISOR OF STREETS | of Winslow, subject to the action |of the Primaries. H. M. WILLIAMS I hereby announce myself as a. Candidate for the office of SUPERVISOR OF STREETS subject to the action of the Pri- inaries. D. E. HANKS 1 hereby announce myself as a I candidate for the office of TOWN MARSHAL |of Winslow, subject to the ac tion of tlie Primaries. WM. DAZE JR. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of TOWN ‘CLERK of Winslow, subject, to t.he ac tion of the primaries. D. P. HARTIGAN I hereby announce myself a> a candidate for the office of SUPERVISOR OF STREETS of Winslow, subject to the ac tion ol the Primaries. J. C. AMEN On account of the deal T have entered into in the leasing of the A. C. Hotel. 1 herewith with draw, my candidacy for Town Marshal. | To have a fine healthy com plexion the liver must be ac tive, the bowels regular and the blood pure. All this is brought about by using Herbine. It thoroughly scours the- liver, stem acl i and bowels, puts the body nr line condition and restores that clea . pi 11 1< and white complex ion so much desired by ladies. Sold by Kelly Drug Co. C ough for Ch'?*}?* l ! Too much < are cannot be used in. selecting a cough medicine for children. It should be pleasant, to take, contain no harmful sub stance and he most effectual. <'hamberlain’s Cough. Remedy meets these requirements and is a favorite noth the m'-'tlmrs ~f young ('hfidren everywhere. For ty Kelly Drug Co.