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BOARb OF SUPERVISORS";
(Continued fiom page one)
The following resolutions were
adopted and ordered wired to the
secretary of the Interior:
To tho Honorable the Secretary of,
the Interior, Washington, D. C.
"Sir-At a regular meeting of the
board of supervisors of Coconino
county, Arizona, held at their oflico'n
Flagstaff, Arizona, on March 22, 1905,
the following resolutions were' u'nani
"Whoreas, By executive proclama
tion, madq In, the year 1601, the greater
portion of the winter range In Coco
nino counly for cattle was withdrawn
from sale and settlement, with the view
of placing said lands so withdrawn
within tho HmitB of the Navajo reser;
"Whereas, By the creotton of the
San Francisco Mountains forest re
serve all stock is excluded from said
reserve between December 1 and
April 1; and,
"Whereas, Tho creation of said San
Francisco forest resrve has taken
practically all the assessable real es
tate from our tax rolls, and has left
us with only tho town property and
live stock to pay our county govern
ment expenses and a bonded indebted
ness of $159,000, assumed from Yavapai
county (for a railroad that is not cow
in existence) when this county was cre
ated, and which bonds were illegal,
but were made legal by an act of con
"Whereas", Und6r tho ruling of the
reserve olllclals It will bo necessary for
the stockmen to go out of the business
If they are not ullowed to range their
stock in the winter on the lands that
have been withdrawn and which were
tho accustomed rango of the stockmen
for many years; and,
"Whereas, The said proposed ex
tension of tho said .Navajo Indian
reservation is detrimental to tho best
interests of Coconino county and the
withdrawal of tho lands therein in
cluded, together with tho othertaxablo
property withdrawn from our tax roll,
will In time force tho county Intobank
itiptcy and will be of no practical
benullt to said Navajo Indians; and,
"Whereas, Tho tlnoof the said pro
posed extension N located through un
sunejtd lands, and, in the absence of
fencing, would bo Incapable of tecog
nitlon by either Indians or btockmen,
and will result In much friction bo
tween tho citizens of tho county and
tho said Indians, and will bo a source
of expense to thlveounty in maintain
ing law and order by reason of vari
ous trespasses which would inovitably
"Whoreas, The LlttleCoIorado river
is,tho only permanent supply of water
on said rango for live stock, wh;re
there Is no fall of snow and Is tho
natural division line.
"Now, Therefore, U'e, the board of
supervisors, as Individuals and as the
representatives of all tho peoplu of
Coconino county, Arizona, most re
spectfully request that tho Little Colo
rado river bo made tho south boundary
line of the Navajo Indian reservation,
and that the stockmen bo allowed to
rango their live stock on the lands
south of the Little Colorado river the
(Signed) "R. H CAMERON,
"F. O. Polson,
"A. T. Cornish,
"H. C. HlBBEN, Clerk."
A petition of the Coconino Cattle
men's association was filed, and the
clerk was directed to wire a copy of
simo to Washington.
Tho'followinir telegram from A. O.
Brodie. In renlv to teleirram sent yes
terday by the chairman, was received
and ordered spread on minutes":
' "Washington, D. C.,
March 22. 1005. J-
J'R.JJ. .Cameron, Flagstaff, Arizona.
"Will do everything possible to
help' you'. D6ubf If anything can be
add6d to' petition at present. Called
matter up again jesterday and believe
otf' will succeed, although It takes
mo? I leave on fifteenth for Manilla.
"ALEXANDER. O. BRODIE."
1 New Judicial DlttrlcU Made.
In pursuance of an act of congress,
passed March 5,- 1905, authorizing an
additional federal judical district for
Arizona and creating a new judge, the
justices of tho supreme court, in cham
bers, today redistrlcted the judicial
districts and assigned the judgo for
each district.' A number of changes
wore necessary and thcr" districts are
now composed as follows:
First district Tucson, John'H.
Campbell, judge; Pima5 and Yumu
Second district Tombstone, Fletch
er M. Doan, judge; Cochlso and Santa
Third district Phoenix, Edward
Kent, judge; Maricopa and Pinal coun
ties. Fourth district Prescott, Richard
E. Sloan, judge; Yavapai, Mohave,
Coconino, Navajo, and Apache coun
Fifth district Solomonville, Geo.
R. Davis', judge; Graham and Gila
John H. Campbell is the new judge,
and Solomonville. in Graham county
is tho new place for holding court.
The time of holding court in this
district was set as follows:
In the county of Yavapai on tho
first Monday In May and the first
Monday in November.
In tho county of Mohave on the first
Monday in April and the third Mon
day In October.
In the county of Coconino on the
second Monday in April and-the third
Monday In September.
In the county of Navajo on tho sec
ond Monday in October.
In tho county of Apacho on tho first
Monday In October.
NO MOKE RCLIMQIJISIIMENTS.
An Act or Conjrcss Repealing the Selection
of Lieu Londs-
Tho following act of congress, pass
ed during the closing hours of tho
last session, which Is of considerable
impoituiico to homesteaders or others
owning land within a forest reserve:
" 1 hat tho acts of Juno 4, 18!)", June
0, 1900, and March 3, 1901, tiro hereby
repealed so far as they provide for
tho relinquishment, selection and
patenting of lands in lieu of tracts
covered by an unperfected bona fide
claim or patent within a forest reserve,
but tho validity of contracts entered
into by the secretary of -the interior
prior to tho passage of this act shall
not bo impaired.
Piovided, That selections heretofore
made in lieu of lands relinquished to
the United States may bo perfected
and patents issue therefor tho sumo
as though this act bad not been passed,
and if for any reason not tho fault of
the party making the same, any pend
ing selection Is held Invalid, another
selection for a like quantity of land
may be made In Heu therefor."
Under the provision of this law
owners of lands within a forest reserve
can not relinquish it and secure land
elsewhere outsido a forest reserve.
Mrs. Clark Hitt, who has been
spending the winter in California re
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CLOTHIER AND FURNISHER.
N.0TICE OF HEARING PETITION.
In tho I'robnt Court of the County of Coco
nino. Territory of Arizona.
In the Matter of the Kstrtecf Christian Jur
M nen. dt ceased
Notice Is hereby (riven that F Vt Volz.
t'redllorof Chrlsi'an Juri;pn-en. deceased, 'ms
tiled In this court bis petition pravlnx tb it b
Ihj appointed numiuisirat r or me esmui or
said deceased, and that the sjm w 111 be hi' rd
oj Saturday, ibe Isliliv of April A 1) . IWI5. at
IQo'c'ockJn the forenoon of said day. at ibo
( ourtronm of ntdcouri.ln KlutfMaff Countrof '
I oconlno. Territory of Arizona, ori'1 all iwrsons
Interested In said estato are nollUM then nnd i
there to appear and show ciue If an they J
have, why tho prayer of said petitioner should!
not bo Granted.
Dated March. 18th wn I
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