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AND APACHE NEWS
CO.. ARIZONA, NOVEMBER ÍS, 1906.
UNOFFICIAL REPORT OF EJECTION, Apache County, Nov. 6, 1906
Sheriff ! 'Treasurer
8pringerviiie 5fc Michaels
33 32 42
3jj 19 4
235ÍÍ 227 2o2!
' Ay-h.ile iHsadnrkted that, the
statehood question caused some
Httle ructions in the republican
ranks here in Arizona this year,
it is confidently predicted by
those who are presumed to know,
that the past fight will add i
strength' to the .party hereafter. 4 i$kuuuai a iiuin ut- la.uiy
The voters' of the four north
ern Arizona Counties, Apache,
Navajo, Coconino and Yuma,
divided up the ofnees between
the two parties.
By the Governor of Arizona.
Of out Ability to handle your Bank
ing Business to your entire Satisfaction
g We shall be glad of an Oppor
,a turity to Talk with You.
THE APACHE COUNTY BANK & TRUST CO,
St Johns, Arizona
To the People of Arizona:
Thanksgiving Day has become so
much and ?o peculiarly an American
! institution that we look forward to its
near approach with feelings of grateful
It had its origin with the sturdy
pioneers of a new continent. It is
hallowed by the customs of our people
for nearly three centuries. It is recog
nized by churches of every creed, and
has been embodied in our laws as the
great annual American family festival of
Thanksgiving for the mercies, prosper
ity and happiness of the closing year.
The memories of the years gone by of
happy family gatherings have especially
endeared the day to us all, having to
those, of whome tiiere are so many of
us, who have migrated from the scenes
of their earlie.r years, a peculiar signifi
cance of the day.
The president of the United States
has by this proclamation' designated
Thursday, the twenty-ninth day of No
vember, for the observance.
By the law of the nation, and by the
law of Arizona, it is made a legal
holiday of the people of this prosperous
community, to enable them iitingly
and fully to observe and enjoy the
ceremonies, aU in heir own manner of
Now, therefore, T, Joreph H. ICibbey,
governor of Arizona, do hereby desig
nate and appoint Thursday, November
twenty-ninth, 19CH;. Thanksgiving day,
and recommend its observance and
celebration as such.
VV. F. NICHOLS,
iSec. oi the Territory of 'Arizona.
We find that newspaper' meri
were in evidence on the tickets
of the republican and the dem
ocratic parties in Arizona this
year. Capt. John T. Iiojrue, a
past master in the "art preserva
tive," as you know, goes to the
Council from Apache. Hon. J.
F. Cleveland, editor of the Mo
re nci Leader, won the laurels iri
the race for Councilman in the
democratic stronghold of Graham
County, himself a republican.
Hon. Thos. D. Weedin, editor of
the Arizona Blade and Florence
Tribune, a democrat and a gfoojtf
one, goes to the Council from
Pinal County. The lieraldr
News editor passes bv his own
case without a single shudder,
Mr. p. Ü. Divelhess, proprietor
of the Holbrook Argus, a republi
can from generations bad?
though still a young man" him
self, made a most excellent race
for Eceorder in Navajo County
although he went down in defeat
If there are other newspaper
men who ran, trot $em out and
let us know who they are.
Robert Scott, Esq. republican
candidate for Councilman ia
Navajo County, was elected "by a
handsome maiontv, which tact
In witness whereof I. -have hereunto j causes rejoicings among bis
set my hand and caused the great seal Apache County friends.
01 tne territory to dc amxea. wone at
Phoenix, the capitol, this first day of
(Seal) - .JOSEPH H. KIBBEY.
J By the Governor.
New York elected a republi
can governor and a democratic
1 i ett tena n t-go vernor.
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