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The Coconino sun. (Flagstaff, Ariz.) 1898-1978, November 10, 1900, Image 5

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The Republican Gain Two Officials Over
the Election of Two Years Ago.
The election wui tin unusually (jtllet
one throughout the county. The vote
In this precinct was 511. the regintru
tlon being 537, Indicating Hint hut. feu
voters hud gone uwtiy or lmtl chosen to
remain uway from tlie po'.l. The hoc
cesaful candidates on the ticket and
the otflccH ure as follows: M. .1. Hioi
dan, council; Jiunci Walsh, assembly;
N. G. Layton, piobate Judge; George
flux worth, treasurer:.!. B. .lories, dis
trict attorney: .1. A. Johnson, herilT:
11. C. Hlbbe.n, recorder: V. H. Power,
mirveyor: Geoige lUhhi't und T. B. I
l'ullium, member bwml of mipervh,
ors. The precinct olncer are; J. .
AQiilnlun nnd M. S. Heal, justice of tile
peace; D.m Hogan und H. II. Murine,
A detailed tnlile of the vote from the
various precincts in the county s
tprinted on iinother page. In this i-siie.
' M. .1. nioidan for council, .1. A.
Johnson for sherltT, .1. B. .tonus for die
trlct attorney, George Hoxworth for
treasurer, and Harry Ilihhcn for re
corder proved popular candidates with
the voter, the litter leading the ticket,
recei ving a majority of over UOO votes.
The nfllcials selected to serve the
dear people for the next two years ate
all good and capable men, and nill
m ike excellent olllchil.
The Ilepubliciins gain two olliciuK
over the election of two eurs ago.
There were luit few sirtiight lickei
voted. The Itjpiiblleuns cast 41 und
the O'moer.its cast III straight tickets.
The prohibition candidate for con
gress received 11 votes in this precinct.
School supplies of every kind at the
H.lckel store
Ho TrtQcU a
Sample Bottle
Nearly every day people come Into drug
Stores and ask the Drueiiists to recommend
soma medicine for their trouble. Very
olun tlicy re
fuse to do so,
because, as a
rule, they do
not believe it
proper to ad
vUccnyoncto take a patent
medicine of
which they do
not know tlio
is the physi
cian's DUti
tiesss to pre
scribe. Somo
make an ex
ception, how
ever, when
anrnne has a coush, cold or thmat and 1 one
tumble. "I nlwajMecomr.iend Aikcr'sEng
1! !i Jlcmcdy, hecaii e I know Juit wliat it
Mill do. It has cuicd every case where I
have seen it tried. It is t lie best expectorant
and tonic I ever handled in my 14 jeans
experience. I w ill sive Just one instance of
n gentleman Mho bad been troubled for
years witli a misty, hnekinz couch. I ad
ied Acker's Knsli'U Uemedv. Ho tried a
Minplp bottle, and was cured before he had
taken half of it, ut no cost whatever. This
Is nn exceptional ci-e, how ever, as it usually
takes two or three bottles."
(Signed) A. II. Cook, ltellefontaine, Oldo.
Sold at 2.V.. .Vc.. and $1 a bottle, throti'-h-otit
the I'nited States and C.ui.idi; umi in
Y. inland, at K.ail.. is. :i,l.. U. lid. It" y ti
ure not salisliisl after bavins, leturu the
bottle to your druggist, and get your money
We auttnrizf the above guarantee.
W. U. UQQKU; c - YotK.
For Sale 6y W. R. Edwards.
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Gold and Silver
Gold, Slher und Copper..... I..VI
Samples liv mall receive prompt attention
Rich Ores and Bullion Bought.
I4.1 Will M., - - Iienii-r. f'olo
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