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;JL. If' feK '., ? r. ' it prominent in Gunnison -County politics, serving-as sheriff. He received in Wyoming' manr valuable tokens of appreciation from admiring friends. "President Arthur appointed Mr. Bauman agent of the Navajo Indians. After retiring- from office Mr. Bauman engaged in j the cattle business as manager and part owner of the Defiance Cattle Company, one of the larg est companies in Northern Ari zona. He was engaged in busi ness at Holbrook with -lohn Hamilton, who is now located at Kingman. Mr. Bauman was at Indio, Cal., when Mr.. Hamil ton stopped in Tucson en route to the K. of P. Grand Lodge at Morenci. "Mr. Bauman was active in the work of dividing Apache county, when in March, 1895, Navajo county was created out of the west half of Apache. Mr. Bauman was a member of the first board of supervisors of Na vajo county, the count3r seat of which is Holbrook. He served as a member of the Arizona San itary Live Stock Board while he resided at Holbrook and at one time was chairman of the Terri torial Republican Central com mittee. "In 189S President McKinley appointed Mr. Bauman to succeed Judge K. R. Monk, as receiver of Kthe lajul office at Tucson. He took charge of the office in April. Captain M. R. Moore becoming register at a later date, succeed ing: J. Trippel, of this city. President Roosevelt in 1902, re appointed both of these officials. "Mr. Bauman was a. member of the Chalcedony Lodge A. P. A- M., of Holbrook, and after settling in Tucson he became identified with the various bran ches, holding" high office in the gift of the lodges of the Masonic order. 'Deceased was held in high e&iem by all who knew him, and his loss to this community will be severely felt. He leaves a wife and Samuel P., a son by his first wife. Mr. Btiuman was comfortably endowed with, this 'world's goods, leaving a good 'home and other valuable prop- T ; ertv." owner ha nót'tlarett -fcíf sfftt Ut.i part of the ar.ca&É óT' htsf erftlfcSi without incurring the threat of ., arrest therefor. 'TbiS íjedÉtbu of the court would seem .to author ize the owner and prbdticef of stock to market the same without a license no long as he is not in the "business of slaughtering1" neat and horned cattle. In other words, the owner of a cov, steer or calf may kill and sell the aaiiie in piece or carcass without oay ing k license. Prescqtt Herald. PIONEER DAY I A Just Decision. ! A case decided in the district court of this county is of far reach ing importance and effect. Char lie Willard and Jack Dwyer, two old and respected citizens of this county, had been indicted for slaughtering neat and horned cattle for sale without ! : n 4 paying a license therefor. The1 Will Be Celebrated by the Latfcr- defendant demanded a jury trial Day Saints. fof the case. The charge being j " ! a misdemeanor, it was not neces- j The coininittee in char(fe ñf thftr" i sary tha,t the defendant be pres-J ce1ebval ion ha8 Sllblllitte( tfo ent. but Charlie Willard was on folUnvin,. proirrain: hand and Dwyer was represented nríng of ,5 lns ;(t day.,n.eak by.his attorneys. n hon(M. of the irji.st preRj(leilsy Ajurywasempanne.ea to try and Twe1ve Apostles. Unfurling of the Stars and the. case. 1 he .district attorney introduced his evidence. Two witnesses were sworn and testi fied that Willard unci Dwyer had killed of their own raising sever al veal; that the defendants were not in the butcher business, but in the dairy business and that all the neat and horned cattle that the defendant slaugh tered were of their own product. Stripes at sunrise. Serenading by the Brass and Martial Bands. 3 guns at 8:30 a. m. asa signal to gather on the Square. The procession, under the direction of the Marshals of the Day, will form on Lincoln St. in. the following order: St Johns Brass Band, Pioneers, i ne attorneys tor tne ciereiKi- Presidency of til Stake, High ants made the point of law that Priests, Seventies, Elders, Relief a raiser of cattle could sell his Society, Y. M. M. I A., Y. L. own product without paying a M. I. A , St. Johns Martial Band, license. In other words, it seems Sunday School, Primary, Eor- from the argument presented and ribles, which piocession will the decision of the court thereon, pararle from Lincoln St east two that it is necessary that the blocks to West St., thence south party, before heAvould be requir- two blocks to McCamnaek St., ed to pay á license, must be 'en- thence west two blocks to Tem- gaged in "carrying on the busi- pie St., thence north two blocks ness of butchering." t() Linco!n Sl j Judge Sloan, under the eviden- At 10 a. m. people will assent 'cein .the case, instructed the ble in Academy Building''. jury to bring in a verdict for the Meeting will be called to or defendants, which the -jury did by. Marshal of Day. , from the jury box- ; Song by the Choir. ' " ' Heretofore the little cftttle ; Prayer by Ctíaplai'fí" J 'II "Hi-, f'' tí :4 '7 ' 'i' ,,. v ' it t -v..