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yUHIA COUNTY ELECTION
RETURNS SO FAR AS
YUMA CITY RETURNS;
TOTAL VOTE COMPLETE
Precinct No. 1 Ross 58, Baughn 72,
Howe 64, Smalley 34, Wilson 124,
Hughes 100, Ashurst 123 Kibbey 86,
Ha-yden 129, Eads 68, Hunt 128, Camp
bell 103, Osborn 135, Prochaska 70,
Boyce 107, Merrill 74, Johnson 101,
Campbell 85, Jones 118, Gust 78, Case
106, Matthews 82, Bolin 104, McKenzie
78, Betts 104, Cloonan 76, Winsor 109,
Kryger 87, Eddy 111, Faulkner 64,
Edwards 103, Dickson 65, Greenleat
133, Griffin 101, Elliott 86, Ingals 96,
Shannssey 133, Johnson 88, Riley 139,
Greer 52, Winn 101, Freeman 119,
Wupperman 135, Colman 76, Ming
145, Willets 60, Morrow 164, Jones
138, Smith 85, Purtell 154 Graham 57.
Precinct No. 2 Ross 79, Baughn 112,
Howe 99, Smalley 50, Wilson 149,
Hughes 113, Ashurst 155, Kibbey 88,
Hayden 164, Eads 73, Hunt 126, Camp
bell 142, Osborn 160, Prochaska 84,
Boyce 135, Merrill 101, Johnson 142,
Campbell 100, Jones 138, Gust 104,
Case 138, Matthews 108, Bolin-135, Win
sor 133, Kryger 116, Eddy 166, Faulk
ner 87, Edwards 148, Dickson 85, Green
leaf 120, Griffin 138, Elliott 133, Ingalls
113, Shanssey 134, Johnson 114, Riley
199, Greer 61, Winn 140, Freeman 132
Wupperman 157, Colman 113, Ming
170, Willets 90, Morrow 91, Jones 112,
Smith 160, Purtell 170, Graham 87.
, Precinct No. 3 Ross 110, Baughn
133, Howe, 133, Smalley 55, Wilson
'219, Hughes 103, Ashurst 207, Kibbey
101, Hayden 217, Eads 76, Hunt 198,
CMampbell 131, Osborn 215, Prochaska
91, Bruce 181, Merrill 107, Johnson
179, Campbell 111, Jones 169, Gust 129,
Case 172, Matthews 122, Bolin 185, Mc
Kenzie 96, Kryger 119, Eddy 213, Faul
kner 80, Edwards 196, Dickson 74,
Greenleaf 158, Griffin 148, Elliott 165,
Ingals 104, Shanssey 174, Johnson 145,
Riley 223, Greer 73, Winn 163, Free
man 153, Wupperman 170, Colman 152,
Ming 209, Willets 96, Morrow 251,
Jones 126, Smith 194, Purtell 272, Gra
ham 90.
NORTHERN YUMA COUNTY
VOTE BY PRECINCTS
Laguna precinct Baughn 11, Ross 5,
Uwilson 12, Hughes 5, Ashurst 12, Kib
bey 3, Hayden 15, Hunt 10, Campbell
7, Winsor 13, Kryger 4, Eddy 13, Faulk
ner 3, Edwards 13, Greenleaf 3, Griffin
15, Elliott 11, Ingalls 5, Shanssey 10,
Johnson 8, Winn 14, Freeman 4, Wup
perman 10, Colman 8, Ming 13, Willetts
4, Morrow 16.
Dome precinct Baughn 8, Ross 7,
Wilson 17, Hughes 1, Ashurst 15, Kib
bey 3, Hayden 16, Eads 2, Hunt 14,
Campbell 4, Osborn 18, Eddy 1, Boyce
16, Merrill 2, Johnson 15, Campbeld 3,
Johnson 1, Jones 17, Gust 1, Case 15,
Matthews 3, Betts 7, Cloonan. 11, Bi
lin 16, McKenzie 1, Howe 8, Winsor
16, Kryger 2, Eddy 16, Edwards 15,
Faulkner 2, Dickson 3, Greenleaf 16,
Griffin 2, Elliott 15, Shanssey 5, Ingalls
7, Johnson 4, Riley 15, Greer 2, Winn
14, ii reeman wupperman a, joiinaii
J 11, Ming 17, Willets 1, Morrow 16,
McDaniel 17, Wiemer 17.
Castle Dome precinct Baughn 2, Ross
5, Howe 4, Smalley 2, Wilson 7, Hughes
3, Ashurst 4, Kibbey 5, Hayden 6, Eads
3, Hunt 5, Campbell 5, Osborn 7, Pro
chaska 3, Boyce 5, Merrill 4, Johnson
4, Cai-pbell 5, Jones 5, Gust 4, Case 5,
Matthews 4, Bolin 6, McKenzie 5, Betts
6, Cloonan 5, Winsor 8, Kryger 3, Eddy
5, Faulkner 3, Edwards 7, Dickson 4,
Greenleaf 6, Griffin 4, Elliott 2, Ingalls
9, Johnson 0, Riley 10, Greer 1, Winn
8, Freeman 3, Wupperman 2, Colman
8, Ming 10, Willetts 1, Morrow 11.
Wellton precinct (incomplete) Wil
son 36, Hughes 11, Ashurst 42, Kib
bey 11, Hayden 43, Eads 10, Jlimt 51,
Campbell 3, Osborn 48, Prochaska 6,
REPORTED
Boyce 44 Merrill 10, Johnson 44, Camp
bell 9, Jones 40, Gust 13, Case 41, Mat
thews 12, Bolin 41, McKenzie 12, Betts
46, Bloonan 3, Winsor 47, Kryger 4,
Eddy 48, Edwards 42, Faulkner 6, Dick
son 4, Greenleaf 35, Griffin 16, Elliott
46, Shanssey 9, Ingalls 25, Johnson 7,
Riley 49, Greer 2, Winn 46, Freeman
4, Wupperman 39.
Mohawk precinct Baughn 1, Ross 4,
Howe 4, Smalley 1, Wilson 10, Hughes
5, Ashurst 11, Kibbey 2, Hayden 12,
Eads 3, Hunt 12, Campbell 3, Osborn
11, Prochaska 3, Boyce 11, Merrill 3,
Johnsen 7, Campbell 4, Jones 8, Gust
4, Case 7, Matthews 4, Bolin 7, McKen
zie 5, Betts 5, Cloonan 7, Winsor 10,
Kryger 4, Eddy 7, Faulkner 3, Ed
wards 9, Dickson 3, Greenleaf 13, Grif
fin 1, Elliott 8, Ingalls 5, Shanssey 9,
Johnson 3, Riley 4, Greer 2, Winn 10,
Freeman 4, Wupperman 3, Colman 12,
Ming 11, Willetts 2, Morrow 12.
Harqua Hala precinct Baughn 18,
Ross 32, Howe 2?, Smalley 10, Wilson
42, Hughes 40, Ashurst 36, Kibbey 39,
Hayden 38, Eads 29, Hunt 47, Camp
bell 29, Osborn 60, Prochaska 21, Boyce
23, Merrill 30, Johnson 33, Campbell
32, Jones 37, Gust 29, Case 31, Mat
thews 33, Bolin 24, McKenzie 43, Betts
39, Cloonan 24, Winsor 43, Kryger 19,
Eddy 34, Faulkner 28, Edwards 35,
Dickson 26, Greenleaf 42, Griffin 41,
Elliott 22, Ingalls, 56, Shanssey 43,
Johnson 30, Riley 45, Greer 23, Winn
42, Freeman 36, Wupperman 32, Col
man 49, Ming 47 Willetts 27, Morrow
57.
Salome precinct Baughn 18, Ross
8, Howe 4, Smalley 13, Wilson 14,
Hughes 17, Ashurst 11, Kibbey 18, Hay
den 16, Eads 12, Hunt 11, Campbell 22,
Osborn 18, Johnson 10, Campbell 18,
Jones 12, Gust 15, Case 11, Matthews
7, Bolin 7, McKenzie 22, Betts 15, Cloo
nan 13, Winsor 11, Kryger 15, Eddy
12, Faulkner 15, Edwards 70, Dickson
136, Greenleaf 9, Griffin 19, Elliott 9, In
galls 20, Shanssey 10, Johnson 16, Riley
13, Greer 13, Winn 12, Freeman 14,
Wupperman 10, Colman 18, Ming 14,
Willetts 12, Morrow 16.
Parker Precinct (incomplete) Wil
son 83, Hughes 50, Hunt 93, Campbell
49, Ashurst 89, Kibbey 42, Hayden 93,
Eads 38, Greenleaf 71, Griffin 54, Wup
perman 74, Colman 54, Ming 90, Wil
letts 42, Elliott 81, Ingalls 51, Shans
sey 75, Johnson 36.
Vicksburg (incomplete) Wilson 6,
Hughes 9, Ashurst 7, Kibbey 8, Hay
den 8, Eads 7, Hunt 6, Campbell 7, Os
born 8, Johnson 7, Campbell 8, Jones
7, Gust 8, Case 7, Matthews 8, Bolin
6, McKenzie 9, Betts 6, Cloonan 9, Win
sor 7, Kryger 8, Eddy 8, Edwards 7,
Faulkner 7, Dickson 6, Greenleaf 11,
Griffin 4, Elliott 8, Shanssey 9, Ingalls
7, Johnson 6, Riley 9, Greer 6, Winn
8, Freeman 7, Wupperman 7, Colman
8, Ming 11, Willetts 4, Morrow 10.
YUMA MESA COMPLETE;
BLAISDELL HEIGHTS PRECINCT
Smalley 32, Wilson 70, Hughes 55,
Ashurst 73, Kibbey 44, Hayden 78,
Eads 36, Hunt 66, Campbell 56, Os
born 68, Prochaska 44, Boyce 59, Mer
rill 49, Johnson 58, Campbell 56, Jones
58, Gust, 56, Case 3S Matthews 36,
Bolin 54, McKenzie 47, Betts 66, Cloo
nan 48, Winsor 73, Kryger 52, Eddy 78,
Faulkner 38, Edwards 71, Dickson 37,
Greenleaf 48, Griffin 74, Elliott 64,
Ingalls 43, Shanssey 58, Johnson 64,
Riley 82, Greer 34, Winn 76, Freeman
51, Wupperman 59, Colman 62, Ming
79, Willits 41, Morrow 100, Jones 41,
Smith 86, Purtell 66, Graham 41.
UPPER VALLEY SURPRISES
EVEN THE NATIVES
The independence of the good people
of the upper valley, adjacent to Yuma,
was a big surprise to many, and goes
to show that the days of the straight
vote in the valley are numbered
Crane precinct Ross 51, Baughn
148, Howe 104, Smalley 44, Wilson 200,
Hughes 68, Ashurst 198, Kibbey 61,
Hayden 203, Eads, 46, Hunt 198, Camp
bell 106, Osborn 185, Prochaska 67,
Boyce 158, Merrill 81, Johnson 159,
Campbell 81, Jones 142, Gust 99, Case
155, Matthews S9, Bolin 155, McKenzie
86, Betts 175, Cloonan 64, Winsor 155,
Kryger 118, Eddy 154, Faulkner 57,
Edwards 108, Griffin 173, Elliott 229,
Ingalls 118, Shanssey 62, Johnson 101,
Riley 172, Greer 100, Winn 198, Free
man 92, Wupperman 120, Colman 146,
Ming 155, Willitts 118, Morrow 130,
Jones 105, Smith 155, Purtell 122, Gra
ham 98.
SOMERTON .SCRATCHED
LIKE INDEPENDENTS
Somerton precinct Ross 61, Baughn
55, Wilson 122, Hughes 73, Ashurst
127, Kibbey 61, Hayden 146, Eads 44,
Hunt 115, Campbell 84, Osborn 135,
Prochaska 39, Boyce 108, Merrill 69,
Johnson 105, Campbell 70, Jones 109,
Gust ,69, Case 109, Matthews 73, Bolin
114, McKenzie 60, Betts 112, Sloonan
58, Winsor 104, Kryger 83, Eddy 105,
Faulkner 66, Edwards 135, Dickson 51,
Greenleaf 85, Griffin 106, Elliott 120,
Ingalls 77, Shanssey 73, Johnson 89,
Riley 119, Greer 67, Winn 134, Free
man 60, Wupperman 84, Colman 105,
Ming 121, Willitts 64, Morrow 159.
THE BORDER CITY,
GADSDEN COMPLETE VOTE
Gadsden precinct Ross 27, Baughn
16, Howe 22, Shalley 16, Wilson 44,
Hughes 14, Ashurst 41, Kibbey 16, Hay
den 44, Eads' 13, Hunt, 48, Campbell
10, Osborn 49, Prochaska 12, Boyce
40, Merrill 19, Johnson 40, Campbell
14, Jones 37, Gust. 17, Case 42, Mat
thews 13, Bolin 43, McKenzie 12, Betts
40, Cloopan 13, Winsor 38, Kryger 19,
Eddy 40, FaulkneY 15, Edwards 42,
Dickson 14, Greenleaf 26, Griffin 28,
Elliott 31, Ingalls 19, Shanssey 46,
Johnson 9, Riley 42, Greer 13, Winn
35, Freeman 21, Wupperman 45, Col
man 17, Ming 34, Willits 23, Morrow
54.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Bids are invited for the erection and
completion of a cottage on blocks 13
15 of the Townsend Tract, Yuma Coun
ty, Arizona, for the Yuma Union High
School Farm.
Bids will be accepted in sealed eng
velopes and must be marked "Bid for
the erection of cottage" until 5 o'clock
P. M., Monday, November 13th, 1916,
at the office of the Secretary of the
said High School at Yuma National
Bank, and must be accompanied by a
certified check for no less than 5 per
cent of the bid.
Plans and specifications can be ob
tained from the Secretary, a deposit
of $25.00 will be required to insure the
safe return of such plans and specifica
tions. BOARD OF EDUCATION,
By GEO. MICHELSEN, Secretary.
Adv.-Daily-Oct 25 to Nov. 13
O. C. JOHNSON
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Motor and Horse-drawn
Equipment
160 MAIN STREET
Phone 246 P.O. Boy 65 1
YUMA
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
Rates Reasonable
Prompt Service
These tiny CAPSULES
are superior to Balsam
of Copaiba, Cubebs or
Injections, and s
RELIEVES in (MIDY)
24 H0UH3 the Vy
same diseases with
out Inconvcvice.
fiofll ' '' " " , ' iqnisfs.
Try an ad. in the Examiner.
The Cotton
At Somerton
It means that the owners are investing $20,000.00 in
the plant.
It means that they' have bought of us $2,000.00 worth
of lots as a site for an up-to-date cotton storage yard.
It means that our 4500 acres of cotton will produce 6r
750 bales of lint, worth at 16c a pound, $540,000.00 a cot
ton crop of over half a million dollars, practically all of it
ginned and milled at Somerton.
It means that Somerton will be a busy place.
It means that Somerton is the Cotton City that Som
erton is bound to be the El Centro of the Yuma Valley.
I means that if you are wise you are thinking of in
vesting in a lot at Somerton.
It means that the time to do it is
NOW
Somerton Townsite Co.
O. J. Moss, Secretary,
at Somerton,
Arizona.
Southern Pacific Hotel;!
FRANK S. MING, Proprietor j
s!
RUN ON AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN ,PLAN I j
!
Dining Room Open 6 a. m. to 8 p. m. 1 1
POPULAR PRICES j
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THE ONLY PLACE
in town, for Cleaning, Repairing and Al
terations of all kinds. We do our own
hand tailoring for ladies9 and gentlemen.
ALBERT DE PAQUETTE TAILORING GO,
Dunne Building.
The
Seed Oil Mill
Fred L. Ingraham, President,
at 348 Second Street,
Yuma.
Best Fur House OnEarik I
or or snippers
Nothing is more important to the Fur Shipper
than doinjr business with an Honest Reliable
Responsible Safe Fur House.
Safety First "Ship ToShubert"
the largest House in the World dealinjr exclusively in
American Raw Furs, where you tvill always receive an
Accurate and Liberal Assortment, the Highest Market
Prices ard the usual "Shabort" Efficient, Speedy, Cour
teous service. ,
Write for thalatest edition of' Cfcl SfafctTt PP:r."
containing vaiuabls Market information you must have.
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