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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, SEPTEMBER 10, 1904.
COCONINO COUNTY REPUBLICANS
Convention and Nominate an Excellent
Harmony Prevails in the Party.
The Men Who Will Make the Race in the Campaign.
Prevails Among the Republicans.
The convention met at ten o'clock
this morning and was called to order
by T. J. Coalter, chairman of the
county central committee. The call
was read by P. W. Smith
P. H. Walte, of Williams, was
elected temporary chairman, and E.
A. Sliker secretary.
COMMITTEE ON CREDENTIALS.
Wm. Souder, Leo Verkamp, D
Raudcbaugh, J. S. Emmet and W. A.
Campbell wero appointed a committee
on credentials and the committee re
ported the following delegates and
proxies entitled to scats in the con
vention: Flagstaff Precinct: A. E. Douglas
by Nicholas Baca, proxy; A. A. Dut-
ton, F. J. Stein by It. A. Ferguson,
set forth in the national republican
convention held in Chicago.
We endorse the administration of
President Theodore Roosevelt and all
his acts during the time that he has
held the first office in the gift of the
We congratulate the people upon
the passage of a national Irrigation
law which guarantees the prosperity
of the arid states of the southwest.
We heartily endorse the policy of
th'o republican party which protects
American industries, and gives to the
American working man the best
wages in the world, and which has
done so much for the prosperity of
We do earnestly endorse in full the
acts and administration of Alexander
proxy; W. C. Bajless, Leo Verkamp, j q. Brodie, governor of our Territory
George Puinpbell by John W. McLean
proxy; E. A. Sliker, W. II. Campbell,
John Clark, J. C. Blake, W. H. Nor
man, James A. Vail, Joe It. Treat by
Jose L. (.'haves, proxy; Thos. J. Coal
er, Thos. Sayer, by Thos. J. Coalter,
proxy; W. A. Campbell.
Williams Precinct: F. W. Smith,
J. D. Itaudebaugh, A. II. Harroll by
E. E. Ball, proxy; E. N. Crawford,
Canyon Precinct: It. H.
Wm. Souder, P. H. Waite, W. H.
Russell, M. J. Rounseville by It. J.
Arcy, proxy; Martin Buggein by It.
J. Arey, proxy.
Ryan Precinct: Wm. Emmett.
Fredonia Precinct: James S. Em
mett. Mormon Dairy Precinct: W. F.
Grand View Precinct: John H.
After the report of the com
mittee on credentials, committees on
resolutions and platform and order of
business were appointed, the conven
tion adjourned until two o'clock in
to give the committees timo to report.
The committee on order of business
recommended that the temporary or
ganization be made permanent and
that the convention proceed to the
nomination of candidates for the va
rious county officers. The election of
delegates to the territorial convention.
The election of a central committee,
the transaction of other business.
PLATFORM AND RESOLUTIONS.
A. A. Dutton, T. J. Coalter and F.
W. Smith wero appointed as com
mittee on resolutions and platform and
the committee reported as follows:
We, the republicans of Coconino
county in convention assembled, do
hereby express and declare our com
plete approbation and endorsement of
the national republican platform as
of Arizona, and express our complete
satisfaction with the earnest and un
tiring endeavors he has made in be
half of the interests, development and
advancement of this territory.
We pledge the republican party of
Coconino county to an economical
and business like administration of
all public affairs, and upon this plat
form we ask the hearty support of all
The nominations for the various
o Dices were as follows:
For Councilman .John H. Page.
For Assembly C. M. Funston.
For District Attorney Edward M.
Sheriff Harry Henderson.
For Probate Judge A. E. Douglas.
For Recorder Harry C. Hibben.
For Treasurer Joseph R. Treat.
For County Superintendent of
Schools J. S. Amundsen.
For Surveyor E. E. Ball.
For Members of Board of Supervis
ors F. O. Poison and R. H. Came
ron. There was but one nomination for
each office until the office of supervis
or was reached, when the names of R.
H.. Cameron, F. O. Poison and Dr P.
A. Mellick wero placed In nomina
tion. A ballot was taken which re
sulted In the choice of Cameron and
Poison, and upon motion they were
made the unanimous choice of the
The delegates to the territorial con
vention which will bo hold in Prescott
on Saturday, September 10, for tho
nomination of a delegate to congress
aro as follows:
F. W. Sisson, T. J. Coalter, C. M.
Funston, J. S. Amundsen, A. E.
Douglas, John Clark, Wm. Souder,
R. J. Arey, E. E. Ball, F. W. Smith,
Harry Pylo, It. H. Cameron.
The delegates to the convention
were made members of the county
central committee, and T. J. Coalter
was elected chairman and Leo Ver
kamp was chosen secretary, and F.
W. Smith, treasurer.
The various candidates wero called
before tho convention and addressed
the convention. They were enthusias
tically received and as the party is
united there is every evidence of a re
publican victory this fall.
The central committee will hold a
meeting at an early date to map out
the work of the campaign.
The work of the convention seems to
meet with the approbation of the re
publicans of the county, and the dele
gates did what they thought for the
best Interests of the party.
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binding for 60 cents, and money will
be refunded to those who choose to re
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of this paper.
H. E. Gosney of New Mexico spen
a few days here this week.
Miss F. H. Bury returned yesterday
from San Francisco, where she has
been spending her vacation.
The Epworth League social on
Thursday night was a success both fi
nancially and socially.
A marriage license to Edward C.
Yager and Jennie E. Farnsworth was
issued on Monday by the clerk of the
probate court. Both parties reside at
Tho following dates for sale of
World's Fair tickets has been made
by the Santa Fe: September 19, 20.
23 and 29, October 3, 4, 5, 6, 19, 20, 20
F. W. Smith, postmaster of Will
lams, has been spending the week here
visiting his mother Mrs. Wisehart
and sister Mrs. Kennedy.
E. N. Crawford was nominated at
the Williams republican primaries as
candidate for justice of the peace, and
C. Adams was nominated as the can
didate for constable.
A sudden shower came up yesterday
afternoon and rain and hail for an
hour, and during that time .00 of an
inch of rain fell. It was a freak show
er and was confined to Flagstaff and
Joseph M. Brannen has resigned as
manager of Babbitt Brothers branch
store at Winslow. Clarence Spell
mire, who has been In Los Angeles
for the past two years succeeds him us
A. A. Dutton has resigned as mem
of the board of trustees of the North
ern Arizona Normal School, and T.
J. Coalter has been appointed member
of the board In his stead. Mr Dutton
has been a member of the board since
the school was started.
A quiet wedding occurred at the
residence of Mrs. A. M. Cameron
Thursday night. The contracting par
ties were Mr. A. E. Kleisler and Miss
Julia Manning, both well known and
popular young society people. Rev.
Babblneau performed the ceremony
which united the happy couple.
J. S. Emmett and Wm. Emmett who
wero delegates to the republican con
vention and have been spending the
week here will leave for their homes
at Lees Ferry and Fredonia tomoi
row. Wm. .1. Bryan, wife and two daugh
ters spent a few hours here today on
on their return from the Grand Can
yon. He was entertained by E. S.
Gosney, Dr. D. J. Brannen and J. J.
Donahue, prominent democruls. Mi.
Bryan and party expect to leave on
No. 2 for the east this evening. A
shower at the time of the arrival of
the freight train from Williams pre
vented a reception of the distinguish
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