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<TAxc iU in s lo w lit ail I>UHUSHKD SATURDAYS SuHsc'KiprioN, Tw o Dollars per Year. Hnteieil in the I’ostoiliee ut Wiiiflow ns second class matter. LLOYD C. HENNING. Editor and Proprietor, All subscriptions payable in advance. j Kvei y subscriber’s paper will be stopped at j expiration of subscription. OFFICIAL PAPER OF NAVAJO COUNTY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1906. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Delegate to Congress: MARCUS AUKFUIUS SMITH. I For Councilman: BEN.J A.MIN DOWNS of Winslow For Representative: WILLIAM MORGAN of Showlow For Treasurer: J. W. RICHARDS of St. Joseph For District Attorney: W. P. GEARY of Winslow For Recorder: alex f. McAllister of Holbrook For Sheriff: MILTON D. TODD of Winslow For Supervisors: Q. R. GARDNER ot Woodruff E. A. SAWYER of Winslow | For Probate Judge: No nomination. For Surveyor: J. H. RICHARDS of St Joseph For Delegate to Proposed Con j stitution Convention: W.H BURBAGE of Winslow Nominated by both Parties. ForConstable Winslow Precinct: JOSEPH F. SEEGER - | BURY THE HATCHET For several years there lias been more or less antipathy on the part of some of the people, especially among the sheepmen, of Northern Arizona toward Phoenix. If you will question closely those few people in this part of the territory that are in favor of joint-statehood you will tind that their only reason for favoring that union which they themselves admit is wrong, is to -‘get even” with Phoenix and Southern Arizona. Per haps we do have some griev ance against Phoenix, but why should we cut off our nose to spite our face? Joint-statehood would undoubtedly be a detri- Fifty Years the Standard •DR BAKING POWDER A Cream of Tartar Powder Made from Grapes NO ALUM msnt to the whole of Arizona; we could not develop as rapid ly; we would have to help pay some of New Mexico’s old debts and dance to their music, which would not be harmony. They have the largest population and therefore could control all leg islation. They would have the power, and don’t you forget that they would use i< to their advantage, which would be to our disadvantage. If we had the power we would undoubted ly use it. We hardly believe that New Mexico has arrived at that high state of civilization when she would say to Arizona: “Afteryou, my dear Alphonse.’’ Therefore, why should we in jure ourselves in trying to spite Phoenix? It would be folly. Let us lay aside any ill feeling that we may have against our southern neighbors and help save the Territory of Arizona. Bury your hatchet and vote NO on the statehood question. The Democratic ticket put in the field could not have been a better selection of representa tive men of the county and we predict a victory for it from top to bottom on November 6th. All are men of integrity and business ability*, and if elected they* would give us an excellent administration of county affairs. Dont fail to register. THE NAVAJO RESTAURANT Wiff Open Tues day Noon Under Management of Hadfey & RaM, Regular Meafs 35 Cerns. THE WINSLOW >\AIL DISTRICT COURT IN SES SION FOUR DAYS Continued from page 1 court sustained the objection. A special venire grand jury was empaneled Thursday and an in dictment was returned against Pemberton for murder. The', summoning of a trial jury for', that case was placed in the hands of Tom Tanner, Consta ble at Snowflake. This was done at the request of the Dist rict Attorney, who objected to the Sheriff serving the subpoe nas on account of being inter ested in the case. The trial was set for October 23d. Other cases disposed of were: Jose Romero, forgery, two char ges. plead guilty, sentenced 2 years from date of incarcera tion and 1 year after serving first sentence. Joseph Dixon, colored, plead not guilty to a charge of larceny and trial set for 23d iust. Carlos Garcia plead guilty to larceny and re ceived 2 years from date of first incarceration. Amelio Baca,lar ceny. acquitted. No bills return ed against Juan Baca, assault; Louie Ghuey. assault; John Ro des, felony. In the Territory vs. Pius, misdemeanor, a tem porary order restraining execu tion by Justice court was issued. The following civil cases were THE IDEA IS; HAVE A GOOD TIME. Transfer, Livery, peed and Sales Stable R. C. CRES WELL, PROP. Live Stock fnspscfor for District No. 2. Deafer Goaf, Hay and Grain. Saddle Horses and Rigs for AFF Parts of the Country. RATES REASONABLE disposed of: Z. B. Decker vs. W. J. Flake, et al, water case, damages,continued. Ind. Bldg. & Loan Assn. vs. Myers Abel Co., to set aside judgment, case argued and to be submitted on briefs. Ferrar vs. Briscoe.dam ages, dismissed. .T X. Woods and R. C. Creswell vs. F. T. LaPrade, collection, adminis trator to be appointed for the decceased Woods and case con tinued. Carey Mclntosh was grated a divorce from Geo. Mc- Intosh R. C. Creswell vs. A. H. Harrell, collection, verdict tor plaintiff. Doctor Hathaway vs. Boyer estate, collection, judgment for paintiff. Sheriff Houck vs. Boyer estate, collec tion. judgment for plaintiff. J. F. Da in vs. Al Gartin, collec tion. dismissed. A. L. Gravely vs. Will Wooster, collection, case continued with leave to amend complaint. Puritan Mfg. Co. vs. Louie Ghuey, collection, verdict for defendant. P. F. Pius vs. George Claussen and Frank Dietz, collection, default against Dietz, case continued regards to Claussen with leave to amend complaint. A. R. Gartin was granted a divorce trom Atner Gartin. F. M. Zuck vs. J. E. Porter, collection, judgment for plaintiff.