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On Saturday last while going
through the j'ard engine 1670
was cornertd by some" freight
cars resulting in the disabling of
the engine and the injury of Fire
man W. E. Oswald and Conduc
tor M. E. Simonson. The fire
man's legs were severely bruised
but at last accounts he was get
ting along nicely and expected to
be out in a few days. Conductor
Simonson had his arm bruised
but his injuries did riot prevent
him from continuing at work.
O. B. Sutton, for some time
past assistant cashier of the Na
vajo County Bank, has resigned
his position with that institution
and is now interested in the
sheep industry, having taken an
interest with W. V. Perkins. Mr.
Sutton left for Flagstaff last Sat
urday morning. .
" Sheriff Joe Woods and family
of Holbrook passed through here
Mondaj' enroute for the Phoenix
fair. Mr. Woods was one of the
luckv Democrats to Lie re-elected
in-Navajo county .-Flagstaff Gem
VV.R. Van Winkle, tor some time
past x round-house foreman for
the Santa Fe at Ash Fork, has
been transferred to the shops at
Winslów and has again taken up
his residence here.
Street Supervisor Shuflin has
been busily engaged during the
past week .doing some needed re
pairs on the town streets as well
as attending to the cleaning ol
some of the alleys.
A:F. McAllister, County Re
corder, spent Thursday in Wins
low visiting With his numerous
Mrs. W. II. Burbage, of Los
Angeles, visited with her husband
here, during the past week.
At the recent election, Nov. 3,
the following were the successful
cnadidates in Coconino county:
Territorial Council, F. S. Breen,
R; Territorial Assenrbh'j T.. J.
Coalter, R; Sheriff, J. W. Francis,
D; District Attorney, E: M . Doe,
R; Probate Judge, R. j.y-Kidd, R;
Recorder, ; Jesse L. Bpyce, D;
Treasurer, J. L. Treat, R; -School
Superintendent, J: E. Jones, D;
Supervisors, W. G. Dickinson, D;
L. D. Yaeger, D: Surveyor, J. A.
Lamport, R; justice ot the Peace,
J. O. Harrington, R; . Constable,
I. F. Wheeler,' R. " For Delegate
to Congress, Ralph Cameron re
ceived a majority, of 190 over
The Arizona Legislature restoration to ENTRY OF
Lands in National Forest.
Notice is hereby given that the
In Both Branches Demo l!ands descriljed below, embrac
ing 4-d acres, within the Black
Mesa National Forest, Arizona,
crats Have 28 Members
añd thé Republicans 8
Unless the official count makes
important changes, the next kg
islature of Arizona, which meets
in January, will be strongly Dem
ocratic in both branches. It looks
now as if there will be ten Demo
crats and two Republicans in the
upper house and eighteen Demo
crats and six Republicans in the
In Cochise county, there is still
will be subject to settlement and
entry under the provisions of the
homestead laws of the United
States and the act of Tune 11,
1906 (3 Stat., 233), at the
United States land office at
Phoenix, Arizona, on Dec. 19,
1908. Any settler who was act
ualh' and in good faith claiming
an3r of said lands for agricultural
purposes prior to January 1,
1906, and has not abandoned
same, has a preference right to
make a homestead entry for the
lands actualh' occupied. Said
some question, whether Neil Bai
ley. Democrat, or E. J. Shearer. iancs were listed upon the appli
cations ot the persons mentioned
below, who have a preference
right subject to the prior right
of any such settler, provided such
settler or applicant is qualified
to make homestead entry and the
preference right is exercised prior
to Dec. 19, 1908, on which date
Republican, has been selected.
with the chances largety in favor
In Maricopa county, J. W.
Woolf still remains five votes
ahead of Roy Goodrich, and un
less the .official count makes a
change, Woolt has been chosen.
If no changes are made in the
legislative returns received up to
day the Democrats will, have
twenty-eight members ot the two
the lands will be subject to settle
ment and entry by any qualified
person. The lands are as follows:
The NEVi ot KEM ot KEM, the
branches and the Republicans ; XV2 of SEV of KEV ot NEV4. Sec
only eight. It will be possible for 30, theNi2 of NW of NW14, the
the Democrats to pass any mea-jxi2 of Sy2 of NWÍ4 of NWV4, Sec.
33, T. 11 N., R. 19 E., G & S. R.
M., listed upon the application of
John Lewis, ofPinedale, Arizona.
Fred Dennett,- Commissioner of
the General Land Office. Approv
ed Sept. 25, 1908, Frank Pierce,
First Assistant Secretary of the
Prosperity For All ,.,
The knights of the dusty roads
and brake beams hail with de
light the return to active service
of 313.000 freight cars' of the
4-13,000 idle in April. Prosperity
smiles for all alike. Washington
sure thev desire to a two-thirds
According to the best informa
tion obtainable, those who have
been elected to the two branches
of the legislature are as follows:
Council Democrats, 10; Re
Assembly Democrats, 18; Re
publicans, 6. .
The personal of the council will
be as follows: .
Apache S. E. Day, It.
Mabave Keen St. Charles, 1).
CoconiDO Fred S. Breen, R.
Yavapai M. G. Burns, D.
Navajo William Morgan, I).
Maricopa Eugine Brady O'Neil, D.
Pinal Thomas F. Weedin, D.
Yuma George W. Norton, D.
Gila G. W P. Hunt, D.
Graham John R Hatnptiou, D.
Cochise Ben Goodrich, D.
Pima-Santa Cruz-James B. Finley, D. !
In the assembly a list of the mem
bers is as follows: j
Mohave S. W. Tobey, L.
.Navajo Joseph Peterson, D.
Yuma R. A. Hiyhtower, D. j
Gila John McCormack, D. j
Pinal G. L. Shaw, R.; A. R. Cole-'
man, D. I
Graham W. W. Pace, D.; Phil Mer-',
rill.D. ' ' " -' ::'f
Santa Cruz Frank J. Duffy D. -. j
Maricopa S. T. Webb, D-; Frank De-1
Souza, D; J.'W. Woolf, J. C. Reed, R
Pima John Doan", R.; Kirl Moore, R;
W. J. Hogwood, D.
L . Yavapai .G. A. Bray, R ; Perry Hall,
D. ; Georg3 D. Morris, D..
Cochise Fred A. Sutter, D. ; Oscar
W. Roberts, D.; Neil E. Bailey, D.; or
E. J. .Shearer, R. "s i
Apache J. S. Gibbons, D.
Coconino T. J. Coulter, R.
GOLD LONG IN STORAGE.
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At Tnlieiifmi in M;iii(linna 300,
0(10 gfHtl liars have Ihtii found in a
storage; wnich are hi'lu'vc to have
been Mrlileii since Ihu Ming dynasty
The. niagistrnlc of Tiohling; has
reported t lie nciflpr lo Viceroy Hsu
Shihchang at M ululen.
"What, pjaccis I hat?" asked the
aeronaut,- indicating a city.
The. pilpt,studie(l it. with his glass.
"How do you know?"'"" '
"There's a mint lied in every back
fard," the pilot ex plained.
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