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©;iu> UtlinsloruptaU PUBLISHED SATURDAYS Subscuiptxon, Two Dollaks pek Yeak. Entered in the Hostoffice at Winslow as second-class matter. LLOYD C. HENNING. Editor and Proprietor. All subscriptions payable in advance. Evei y subscriber’s paper will be stopped at expiration of subscription. OFFICIAL PAPER OF NAVAJO COUNTY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1906. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Delegate to Congress: MARCUS AURELIUS SMITH. For Councilman: BENJAMIN DOWNS of Winslow For Representative: WILLIAM MORGAN of Sliowlow 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: JOSEPH F. WOODS of Holbrook For Supervisors: Q. R. GARDNER of 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. For Justice of the Peace, Wins low Precinct;: W. A. PARR ForConstable Winslow Precinct: JOSEPH F. SEEGER DEMOCRATIC COUNTY PLA TPORM I The Democrats of Navajo County in convention assembled reaffirm their adherence to time honored Democratic principles and enthusiastically endorse the record and services of the Hon. Mark A. Smith, our Dele gate in Congress. We heartily endorse the rec-1 ord of the present Democratic administration of the affairs of Navajo County and particular j lv commend the economical and business-like management of the financial affairs of this County by the Board of Super visors. We favor the election to office of men of known integrity and ability and a wise and economi cal use of public funds consist ent with development and ad vancement of the community to keep pace with the general progress and development else where. At the bottom of the ballot that you will be given to vote upon November 6th there will be printed the following: “Shall Arizona and New Mexico be united to form one State?*’ “ Q Yes.” “rn No.” And if you have the welfare of our rich territory at heart, you will place a little cross in the square near the word "No.” How does this kind of weath er strike you? Politics in Coconino County are boiling over. The joint-statehood sentiment is diminishing every day. even in New Mexico. The County candidates will soon begin to tour the towns in search of the elusive voter. From the looks of things now (the entire Democratic ticket ! will be elected in the county this year. Mark Smith’s majority over all other candidates in the ter ritory will probably be about 1,500. Navajo County will give .him a good majority’. Here is a question that we de sire to have answered by some one that can give the correct answer: Has the Holbrook Argus flip flopped from anti-joint-state hood to joint-statehood? I When the Hubbell party took! charge of tilings, the tax rate; An Albuquerque was about 3 per cent. When the Hubbell party went out, after eight years, the rate was almost 7 per cent, an j increase of about a half a cent a year. Alouquerque Morning Journal, New Mexico's leading; daily newspaper. Now, Mister Voter, the above is a sample of the brand of gov ernment they have in New Mex ico. How would you like to be! coupled on to an outfit like j that? And they with the power to control all legislation. It, is not difficult to see what would , become of us. We had better j remain as we are and not take any chances. THE WINSLOW NAIL DrPRICES C ram Baking Powder Made from pure, grape cream of tartar Makes home baking easy. Nothing can be substituted for it in making, quickly and perfectly, delicate hot bis cuit, hot ”breads, muffins, cake and pastry. Insures the food against alum. Pore, Healthful, Reliable NOTE. —If mixtures cal led baking powder are offered you at lower price, remember they are mostly made from alum, a metallic acid deleterious to health. Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy Cures Colds. Croup and Whooping Cough. i THE WINSLOW MAIL, DEMOCRATIC 4/VO A N Tl-JOIN T-STA TEHOOD, As an advertising medium cannot be excelled in Northern Arizona. An ad placed within its columns will prove beyond a doubt that the above assertion is absolutely correct. Any doubting Thomas should try it and see. ■ ARTISTIC JOB PRINTING is our hobby, and any person desiring I anything in that line should call at the Shop. We make a specialty of dance programs, and we are always prepared to submit to committees a large line of samples, if they come to THE HENNING PRINT SHOP, LLOYD C. HENNING , PROP.. Transfer, Livery, peed and I Sales Stable R. C. GRESWELL, PROP. Live Sfock Inspector for District No. 2. Deafer \n Goaf, Hag and Grain. Saddfe Horses and Rigrs for Ass Parfs of she Counfry. RATES REASONABLE The machinists emplo3’ed by the Salt Lake Railroad in Los Angeles and Millard. Utah, have been granted an increase in wages from 36 to 40 cents an hour, and those employed by the same company at Otis, Cal., and Las Vegas and Caliente, Nev., will hereafter receive 42 cents an hour. Practically the same wage scale has been in augurated by the Southern Pa cific. These two companies em ploy union machinists exclusive ly, and as they have granted an increase in wages and fully rec ognized the rights of the ma chinists to organize, officers of the union express the opinion that the Santa Fe Company, on w hich system there has been a strike for nearly three years, will soon resume frieudly rela i tious with the union.