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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1922 I X X I City 'News In Brief (Fiom -Wednesdays Dally Returns to- Mayer Louis Schrade, proprietor of the Mayer White House, returned 'there yesterday after a short visit in Pres. cott. From the Verde De Los Harbison, rancher of the Verde, is passing a day or two in town on business. Mayer Visitors Robert Burmister and Grover Les sard were in town yesterday, com I ing in from their ranches near Mayer. Back from South Councilman A. W. Davis, president of the Williamson Valley Farms company, has returned from a short business trip to Phoenix. Phoenix Visitor Mrs. A. E. Sisson of Phoenix is assing the week with frien'ds in Prescott. In on" Business J. D. Funk of Mayer was. among visitors in the city yesterday. A. H. Roesner of Hillside was also here on business. From the South Wallace C. Lane and 'N. E. Sutton of Phcenix were in Prescott on busi ness yesterday. Lane is manager of the J. W. Lorentzen company. Goes to' Phoenix U. S. Marshal Tom Sparkes yester day returned to Phoenix, concluding a visit of six weeks in Prescott. do to South M. W. Talbot of Albuquerque, in charge of forest grazing studies on the southwestern district, and Rob ert Munro, assistant Prescott forest supervisor, plan to leave today for the Cave Creek district of the forest on an inspection trip. To Visit Mine Interested with D. A. Seaman in a mining property near Vcnezia, Dr. M. D. Jennings of St. Louis has ar rived to visit the property. To Skull Valley Forest Supervisor H. B. Wales to day will leave for the Skull Valley district of the forest, on an inspec tion trip. Leaves Town Dan Lewis, who is operating a mining property on Turkey creek, left town yesterday after a .stay of several days on business. He" will return the latter part of this week. In on Business ,Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Gist came to town yesterday to transact busi neslf. Mr. Gist is a stockman of Skull Valley. Eastern Visitors Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Hayes of Menominee, Mich., have arrived for a short visit in Prescott. In from Mine J. C. Turner, of Chicago, who is here on mining business, was in town yesterday, having come in from his mine at Lynx Creek. Goes for Prisoner Deputy Sheriff Roland Moshcr yes terday drove over to Jerome and re turned with a prisoner who was lock ed up in the county jail. Returns from Coast Mrs. B. C. Smith of Jerome has returned from an extended visit with relatives in Long Beach, Calif. To Conduct Service Rev. Alfred W. Nichols, rector of St. Luke's, will conduct services Sun day evening at the Episcopal church in Clarkdalc. Visits in South Mrs. W. W. Griffith of Jerome has gone to Louisiana and Mississippi, where she will visit relatives of her self and Mr. Griffith. From the East , Mrs. E. B. Davies and Mrs. A. Hughes, both of Chicago, have ar rived from the cast and vill 'je hrrc for about two months. Is Cattle Inspector. John Munds of Cottonwood has been appointed cattle inspector for the Verde district, succeeding Fred Hawkins, who has moved. Munds was inducted into his new position by Ed W. 'Stephens, secretary of the livestock sanitary board, who is in the Verde district. Clarkdale Gets Deer So far Clarkdale has fared better than Jerome in the matter of deer, Three have been brought in, one by Linn Derrick, and two were secured by Stanley Cameron and a party. At Rochester Mrs. John Taylor of Clarkdale has i gone to Rochester, Minn., where she will be under the observation of the Mayo Brothers for an illness said to be due to a dangerous infection which will probably call for an operation. On Way North Mr. and Mrs. Sheppard Hiscox were in the city "yesterday on their way from Phoenix to Ash Fork, Mr. Hiscox' headquarters in his work of supervising maintenance of state highway crews in the northern part of the state. Return from South After a trip over the southern "part of the state, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barney have returned 'to Cottonwood, and plan to make that place their home once more. Phcenix Visitors A number of Phoenix business men (are visiting in Prescott, registered at I local hotels. Among them are G. N. Rivera, Charles Holmes, G. C. Hy mcr and J. L. Jones. Mine Inspectors State Mine Inspector Jack White of Phoenix- and Deputy Inspector Matt Hall of Prescott, yesterday went to Jerome. Inspector White is in the north in the interest of his campaign for re-election on the re publican ticket. Returns from Coast A. L. Thomas, division storekeeper for the Santa Fe, has returned to Prescott after a week's absence ;n Los Angeles. He left ycrcrdny for Phoenix on company business. Mrs. Thomas, who is in Los Angeles, is slightly ill and will not return for several days. To Inspect Property A large party is expected to arrive fronv Phoenix this week, en route to Jerome to inspect the workings at the Verde-Jerome mine. It is said that several eastern capitalists who have become interested, in ,this prop erty, will be in the party. Jerome's First Deer The first, and so far the only deer that has fallen before the rifle of a Jerome huntsman was brought in this week by Courtney Minty, who went hunting with Tom Miller between Perkinsville and the old U. V. & P. grade, and scared up two fine -bucks in the cedars. One of the bucks got away. (From Thursdays Daily) Rancher Here Clarence Jackson, rancher of Skull valley, came in from his ranch yes terday to transact business. Returns from Coast Mrs. R. J. Phillips of Pine Crest has returned from Los Angeles after spending two months with her father, John J. Roycr. To Go South Mr. and, Mrs. Webster M. Roberts and family plan "to leave tomorrow for the southern part of the county for the winter. Attends Meeting Chief Justice Henry D. Ross was in the city yestcrday, and last night attended the democratic meeting at the I. O. O. F. hall. Goes to Denver Naughton Farrall of this city plans to leave soon for Denver to accept a position with a bond brokerage firm with whom he was connected in New York before the war. I Campaigning I Chas. R. Howe, chairman of the state tax commission, is passing a few days in the city in the interest of his campaign for re-election. On Way North W. R. Chambers, sheep grower of Holbrook, was in Prescott yesterday. He stopped off here on business on his way from Phoenix to Holbrook. Returns from Coast R. W. Byrns, president of the Ari zona Bus company, has returned frqm Los Angeles, where he has been recently on business. School Superintendent J. O. Mullen, superintendent of the Jerome city schools, was in Prescott yesterday for a short stay on busi ness. Mining Man Here Robert Daly, mining man of the Turkey Creek station, came in from his property yesterday on business at the county recorder's office. Brings Two Prisoners Deputy U. S. Marshal Thos. Ben ton came down from Holbrook yes terday afternoon, bringing two fed eral priscners who weic placed in the jail here. Visits in Phoenix Miss Margaret E. Darrow .of this city is passing a few days in Phoe nix, where she is registered at the Adams hotel. Visit in Phoenix Mrs. M. T. Parks, J. M. Sholwatcr and G. Walker, ail of this city, arc registered at the Jefferson hotel in Phoenix, where they arc visiting for a few days. ' . Visits School W. Curtis Miller, supervisor of at tendance in county district schools, yesterday visited the school at Pun tenney, returning to Prescott last night. Returns from North Mrs. Alice Archambeau, assistant county superintendent of schools, has returned from Flagstaff, where she went to place her daughter, Miss Alice Archambeau, in Flagstaff nor mal. Miss Archambeau will follow the academifc course at Flagstaff. Out of Hospital Ahnon Cain, who was seriously burned at the Tapco station of the Arizona Power company during the severe electrical storm the first of last month, has been discharged from the Jerome hospital, and is new able to be. around. He is in -Prescott. Democrat Here James II. Kerby of Clifton, demo cratic candidate for secretary of state, was among those at the meeting last night. He will be in the county to attend meetings during the rest of the week. To Locate Here Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Line and fam ily of Marion, Ohio, have arrived in Prescott to make their home. Mr. Line is a nephew of Clement L. Stoker of the Bashford-Burmister store. Hayden Here Oct. 14 Congressman Carl Hayden will speak in Prescott on October 14, on a campaign tour of the north, ap pearing first at Oatman. Following his speech here. Congressman Hay den will speak at Fhoenix. Back from Coast T. G. Norris returned Tuesday from Los Angeles, and today will leave for Castle Hot Springs, whence he will return to Los Angeles for a time. Mrs. Xorris is improving very much, and it is hoped that she will be able to walk a little from now on. She will be able to return to Pres cott soon. To Visit Farms G. E. Thompson of the agriculture department of the University of Ari zona is expected to arrive today or tomorrow from Mesa to visit the Prescott Farms project. Prof. Thompson is chairman of the com mittee controlling the Prescott and the Salt River valley dry farms, and his trip is a regular tour of inspection. (From Friday's Dally). Clarkdale Visitor Mrs. C. W. Hosford of Clarkdale is passing a few days in Prescott on a shopping trip. Back from Coast Mr. and Mrs. Julian S. Downey, Jr., have returned from a short trip to Los Angeles. Returns to Hillside Rufus Cannon, who has been in town vfor a couple of days, has re turned to his cattle ranch at Hillside. Go to California After a short stay in Prescott Mr. anil Mrs. Fred Bakkers of Chicago have gone to San Bernardino, for the winter. Leave for North After a short stay in Prescott Mr. arid Mrs. Chas. M. Hugcrnach of Warren have gone to the northern part of the state, making the trip by automobile. , Goes to Dam City Manager J. H. Robinson is going out to the site of the new city dam on Banning creek this morning, to inspect progress of the work. From Jerome II. De Witt Smith of the United Verde Copper company was in the city last night to attend the chamber of commerce banquet at the Owl. Goes to Coast Mrs. AVilliam C. Greenwood yester day afternoon left for the coast to visit friends in Los Angeles and San Diego. ' Return from Coast Mrs. G. M. Colvocoresscs and chil dren have returned from southern California, after spending the summer at Santa Monica. They drove out to Humboldt yesterday with Mr. Col- vocoresses. Moves to Pine Crest Michael J. O'Sullivan, cx-scrvicc man of this city, plans to move from town today, out to Pine Crest, join ing the ex-service men's "colony" there. Goes to Jerome A. L. Johns today left for Jerome after a stay of two weeks in Pres cott. Johns is a mining engineer and will look over a property in the Je rome district. Livestock Agent A. C. McQueen was in the city yes terday from the Santa Fe offices at Phoenix. McQueen is livestock claim agent for this division. Phoenix Men Lyman Bebbctt and R. O. Lorens, who have been in Prescott and Je rome on business recently, yesterday returned here from Jerome. They will go south in a few days. Goes to Jerome Mrs. V. H. Kennedy of Miami, who arrived here Wednesday, yesterday went to Jerome to visit friends dur ing the remainder of the week. Here for Few Days Mrs. Wayne Thornburg, wife of the manager of the Three Links cat tle outfit near Kirkland, is passing a few days :n the city to shop and visit friends. Here from Irving Coming in from the Arizona Power company's station at Irving, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. King arc passing a few days in town. Return from Jerome State Mine Inspector Jack White has returned from Jerome, where he has been for the last few days in the interest of his campaign for re-election on the republican ticket. (From Saturdays Dally) On Shopping Trip Mrs. J. Gabriel of Walnut Grove is here for a few days to shop and visit -friendsr Phoenix Visitor Mrs. Lulu Nichols of Phoenix is in the city for a few days to visit friends. Rancher Visits C. A. Shupp yesterday returned lo his ranch in Skull Valley after a short stay in Prescott. From the South Fred J. Elliott, Phoenix attorney, is passing a few-days in the city on legal business. In Skull Valley H. P. Wales, Prescott forest super visor, is in Skull Valley on official business for his office. Goes to Mayer J. E. Russell of the Russell & Stack law office, yesterday went to Mayer on business, returning in the afternoon. Returns from East Frank Foster, president of the Hill Hardware company, is expected to re turn to Prescott today, after a visit of six weeks in the east. On School Business Mrs. Ward H. Wheeler, county su perintendent of schools,, yesterday went out to Walnut Creek on school business. Returns from Coast Mrs. A. L. Thomas, wife of the division storekeeper of the Santa Fe offices, Jias returned from Los An geles after a week's visit with, her daughter. From Jerome Miss Margaret Lehane of Jerome was among visitors in the city yes terday. Kirkland Visitor Mrs. Frank Condron of Kirkland is among visitors in town, having driven in to shop and visit friends. Phoenix Visitor s Miss Bertha Goldsworthy of Phoe nix is spending the week there as the house-guest of Mr. and Mrs.'Thomas Nolan. On Mining Business W. H. Brahmer is passing a few days in the city on mining business, coming in from his property in the Walker district. House-Guest Miss Marguerite Adams of Kansas is here as the house guest of Mts". Harry Myers. Goes to Coast Herndon J. Norris of the Norris & Norris law offices, yesterday left for Los Angeles for' a. few days. His father, T. G. 'Norris, has gone to Castle Hot Springs. On Legal Business C. P. Mullen, rancher of. Hillside and member of the county highway commission, is passing a few days in me ciiy on icgai uusiucas. Return to Verde Herbert Rcid and Jack Thurston, cattle growers of Camp Verde, yes terday returned to their homes after a short business- trip to Prescott. Returns to Home J. II. Warren' yestc? day returned to his home in Kirkland after a short stay in town. Warren is with the L. J. Haselfeld store. Goes to Seligman F. A. Reid, manager of the Reid- Cashion company, yesterday went to visit tlip company's ranch at Selig man, after a short' stay in Prescott. Reid's home is m Phoenix. - Makes Many Happy P. J. Walsh, the new state agent for the Royal typewriter, has been in Prescott for several &ays supplying service to Royal owners, and leaves today for Jerome. To Visit Sisiter Miss Helena Voge, chief clerk in the Santa Fe storekeeper's office here, yesterday afternoon left for a short trip to San Francisco and Berkeley, where she will visit her sister, Miss Vera' Voge, and other relatives. Miss Vera Voge is a student at the Uni versity of California. Go to Canyon Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Weidler, Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Ricbcling, Mrs. Margaret Hirshfeld and Miss Grace M. Sparkes left yesterday afternoon for the Grand canyon, where they will stay for several days. They, made the trip north by automobile. Leave for East Miss Kathleen Turner and her mother, who have been the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith for the past week, are leaving to morrow for their home in Kenosha, Wis. They will be accompanied-by Mrs. Harry Smith, who plans to -pass the winter in Kenosha. From the East On their way to the coast, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Halrich and family arc passing a few days in Prescott upon arriving from their home in Blue Island, 111. They are registered at the St. Michael. Goes to Ash Fork After a short stay in Prescott Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Troutner of Phoenix have gone on to Ash Fork. Troutner is a Phoenix architect who was awarded a contract to build the new Ash Fork school house. (From Sunday's Dally) Return to Ranch Mr. and -Mrs. Wayne Thornburg and their infant daughter yesterday returned to the Diamond two ranch at Kirkland, of which Mr. Thorn burg is manager. They passed the last two days in the c'ity'i Jerome Visitor E". J. Flumerfelt of Jerome drove to town Friday to transact business for the day. Eastern Visitor W. E. Lair of St. Joseph, Mo., is passing a few days in the city on a commercial visit. He arrived Friday night. Are in Phoenix Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Colvocoresses of Humboldt, who are in Phoenix, are expected to return today. Moxe to New Home Mr. and Mrs. A. Rodgcrs and their daughter, Mrs. Gladys Poland, have moved from Pine Crest to their new home at 308 East Carlcton street. Kirkland Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Rigden drove to town Friday from their home in Kirkland. In from Mayer Joe Mayer and Perry Walters drove to town Friday from Mayer. They passed the day with friends. Candidate Here Robert A. Kirk, candidate on the republican ticket for state corporation commissioner, was in the city Fri day, greeting his many friends. On Lodge Business J. A. Gilbert of Phoenix is here on business with the local lodge of the Knights of Pythias. Here on Business J. F. Dietrick is passing several days in town, having come in from his mining property in the vicinity of Dewey. Week-end Visit Gail Gardner is in town for the week-end. He drove in yesterday from his ranch in Skull Valley. Hillside Visitors Among residents of Hillside who were in town yesterday to do their week-end shopping and to visit friends, were Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Miller, ranchers, and Morse Darnall, proprietor of the Kirkland store. Mining Men Here Among mining men in town on business yesterday were Judge Finley of the Verde Inspiration company, who came over from Jerome, and Arthur Bowen, whose property is in the Vcnezia district. Kirkland Visitor Herman Walker, stockman of the Kirkland country, was in the city yesterday. From Mayer Louis Schrade yesterday returned to his home in Mayer after a visit of several days in Prescott. He is pro prietor of the Mayer White House. Returns from Visit Mis. Mary Edmundson returned Friday from Los Angeles, where she has been during the past month visit ing her daughter, Mrs. Hclen Law rence, formerly Miss Helen D'unphy. Mrs. Lawrence plans to visit her mother in Prescott this winter. Returns from Coast Herndon J, Norris is expected to return today from Los Angeles where ho has been for the past two or three days. On Mining Business J. E. Russell yesterday went out to Groom Creek on mining business with Francis H. Clark, who has a property in that section. He is ex pected to return today. Goes to Coast T. G. Norris is planning to leave Castle Hot Springs today for Los Angeles, where he will remain for a time with Mrs. Norris, who has been severely ill recently. Returns from Coast Charles Bones of this city has re turned from southern California, where he has been for the past three months. He made the trip back by automobile. Week-eTjd at Mayer Miss Mary O'Brien, who is engaged in clerical work at Fort Whipple, yesterday went out to Mayer to pass the week-end at home. From the East Mrs. T. S. Smith of Belmont, Wis., and Miss Hester Robinson of Ropes- ville, Texas, arrived in Prescott I-ri-day night. They are Tegistered at the St. Michael. Attend Hearing Homer R. Wood plans to go to Phoenix todav to appear before the state supreme court tomorrow on be half of the petition he filed there re cently concerning the professional status of Robert McMnrchie. Mr. McMurchie is also going to the capital today in connection with the hearing to be held tomorrow. Business- Men P. H. Williams and G. E. Thomp son, of Tucson, are visiting in Pres cott on business. J. L. Gatlein and E. C. Green of Tucson, are also here. Visits Relatives Miss Lois Lee of Terra Haute, Ind., has arrived to visit her uncle and aunt, Mr. a'nd Mrs. Clarence Mc Kee, of Canyon. En Route West Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Morgan and family of Denver were, week-end visitors in Prescott on their way to the Pacific coast, traveling overland. On Mining Business L. C. Fitzgerald of Aguila is passing a few days in the city, having come here on mining busi ness. On Lodge Business Mrs. L. E. Moores of the Tucson lodge of the Eastern Star is in Pres cott on business with the local Eastern Star lodge. From the North George Campbell, well known stockman of Flagstaff, was here yes terday, on business. He came down from the north on Sunday. Return from Canyon (From Tuesday's Daily) From University J. J. Thernlicr of the state univer sity is passing a few days in Pres cott. He arrived Sunday. Sunday Visitors Among visitors in town Sunday were J. G. Dunklin of Seligman and Frank H. Rowley of. Walnut Grove. From the South W. W. Hcmperlcy of Mesa is passing a few days in the city on business. Returns to Ranch M. A. Silcott yesterday returned to his ranch in Walnut Creek, after passing Sunday and a part of yester day visiting" in Prescott. Ranchers Here Among out-of-town visitors who were here on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. S. A. D. Jackson of Walnut Grove, and Tom Wagner, foreman of the Horseshoe ranch in Bloody basin. SUMMONS NO. 8561 In the Superior Court ot Yavapai County, State of Arizona; L. W. Swartz, plaintiff, versus Stella Swartz, defendant. Action brought in the Superior Court of Yavapai County, State of Arizona. The State of Arizona sends greetings to Stella Swartz. You are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you by the above- named plaintiff in the Superior Court of Yavapai County, State of Arizona, and an swer the complaint filed with the Clerk of this Court at Prescott in said County (a copy of which com plaint accompanies this Summons), within twenty days (exclusive of the day of service), after the service up on yon of this Summons, if served in this County; in all other cases thirty days, after the service of this Sum mons upon you (exclusive of the day of esrvice.) And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the complaint as above required, plaintiff will take judgment by default against you and judgment for costs and dis bursements in this behalf expended. Given Under My Hand and Seal of Said Court, at Prescott, this 9th day of September, A. D. 1922. J. C. WOODS, Clerk. By EMMA SHULL, Deputy. (W-5t. First pub. Sept. 13.) Yavapai County Special Election Returns, Sep 12, 1922 Proposed Amendments to the Constitution PRECINCTS s c c o a rt C E o S5 ' Ash Fork. Aultman Bagdad. Beaver Creek Blue Bell Bumble Bee Camp Verde Canyon- Cedar Glade- Cherry Crcek- Childs Clarkdale Clear Creek Clemenceau Congress- Congress Junction- Columbia- Constellation Copper Chief Cottonwood Crook Canyon Crown King Date Creek Dewey Goodwin- Granite Mountain Groom Creek Henrietta Hillside- Hopewell Tunnel- Humboldt- ' Jerome Junction 1 Jerome North. Terome South No. 1 Jerome South No. 2 Jerome South No. 3 Kirkland Massicks Maver- Miller Valley Minnehaha McCabe Nelson Oak Creek Octave- Pecples Valley Perkinsville Prescott N. E. Prescott N. W.. Prescott S. E Prescott S. W. Red Roclc Rincon Sayers Seligman . Simmons Skull Valley Stoddard Turkey Wagoner Walker- Walnut Creek Walnut Grove Soldiers-Sailors. 39, 0 1 2 4 2 171 6! 2 5 1 189 1 35 2 7 0 2 No 19 14 61 1 7 1 1 0 3 0 2 481 16 110 119 89 18 20; 5 39 361 No 4 1 10 4 0 0 256 79 208 174 1 0 6 20! 81 11 6! 11 5 151 9 46 18 7, 3 11 9i 64 5 10 17 1 112 14 57 10 0 15 Polls 881 21 1 I 152 0 21 1 4 0 TOTAL- 14 14 17 2 19 0 5 15 3: 60 3 67! 75 41 22 38: 9 64 54; Polls 5 c o s W Oi 22 71 0! 61 315 169 203 258 12 10 1 29 28! 44 7 11 12 20 0 2 0 9 12 4 1 3 1 1 0! 3 1 3 28 7 90 79 62 171 141 II 131 22j 31 1 5 1 0 01 153 47 131 115 0 o 11 6 11 71 2 5: 10! 0 2 0 48 17 7 11 2 63 71 10 19 1 140 15 65 10 101 0! 13 88 9 15 14 21 2 19 01 5 14 1 68 8 77! 85 51 23 44 3 78 58! 15 3 2 0 6 2 31 2 1 160 0 19 2 5 0 5 10! 3 1 1 1 1 0 3 1 3 24 7i 84 84 62 161 141 1 14 24 52 17 7 3 10 2 67 7 8 19 1 126 13 62 10 10 0 11 01 211 91 01 6 3641 163 1911 261 282 12 10 6 34! 311 431 51 7 181 3 13 3 22 10 II 1 4 4 01 0 49 142 105 1 0 01 9 7 6 86 10 15 14 20 9 19 0 5, 14 1 68 10 71 71 43 22 38 3 721 54! 0 24 9 01 6 339 175 230 277 12 10! 6 31 27! 471 5 171 13 23 0! 2! 0 in - u C u O oo 17 1 0 0 3 0 7i 2 5 1 2 155 0 20 1 2 0! l .44 17 7i 5 11 2! 63 7 71 201 0 128 13 65 101 11 0 14 WQ u u, 7! 12 3 1 2 1 11 0! 3 1 3 23 71 90! 93 64 13 15 2 14 32! 71 0 3 1 0 0 165 54! 142 125 1 0 0 11 4 6 5 1 5 12 1 2 0! 85 8 15 14 -17 2 19 0 5; 13 1 64 01 71 69 4QI 25 40! 2 74! 50! 2 0! 24 91 01 6 333! 166 237 256 12 10 6 28- 30 471 5 IS 12 22 01 1 01 0 2 1 0 4 1 4 3 0 155 0! 161 3 2 0 f 47 18 6 3 11 9 64 7 7 17 2 123 13 69, 10 10 0 14 83 9 16! 15 17 9 19 .0 5 14 2 63 8 72 65 43 25! 38 2! 72 56! 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S 0 0 2 1 0 4 1 3 3 0 155 0 19 2 41 0 0 c o a rt Ui O c u O U o 8 12 3 1 3 1 1 0 3 1 9 22 .7 87 80 58 13 171 1 18 21 2! 0 25! 91 0! 61 334 173 2351 278 12 9! 6 311 28 41 5' 161 12 3 0 2 0 0 0 143 38 106 96 1 49 18 6 2 11 91 64 17 1 117 13 621 10 8 01 15 83 8 .17 15 181 2 19 0 5 14 2! 64 8 701 70 4l 25! 37 3! 66 58! 12 0 1 2 2, 0 12 6 4! 101 14 46 18 7 5 10 10 58 3 2! 0 25! 9 0! 61 328 173 233 213 12 01 10 01 6 81 29 3 29! 6 42 6! 4 2 lo 4 10 1 31 0! 13 22 0 2 0! 0 183 0 27 3 4 0 8 '7 13 8 1 5! 1 1 0 3 0 9 28 8 103 98 72 14 14 2 19 29 5 1 5 1! 0! 7 201 64 93 13 57 9 9 0 8 "86 8 11 15 15 2 19 0 5 15 2 59 8 59 66 36 25 40 2 68 51 0 21 9 0 0 304 156 142i 221 1141 241 2 11 01 10 21 4 91 30 61 28 231 28 6 5 51 14 21 15 16! 17 0 0 9j 9 0 0 We, the undersigned, the Board of Supervisors of Yavapai County. Arizona, acting as a Board of Can vassers,' hereby certify that the foregoing table is a true, correct and complete tabulation of the returns of the Special Election held in the County of .Yavapai, State of Arizona, on September 12thr 1922, showing the title of each proposed amendment totk'c Constitution of the State of Arizona,.and the total number of votes cast for and against each proposition in the respective election precincts. W. W..MIDGLEY. Chairman. Attest: R. E. DONOVAN, Clerk. L S. COLWELL, Member.