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TIIE GOVERNOR’S
V R O CLAM AT ION
of u GENERAL
ELECTION.
To lie Held November <>, 1900
To the people of Arizona:
Pursuant to the provisions of
Chapter 1. Title XX Elections,
of the Revised Statutes of Ari
zona, 1901, it is hereby pro
claimed by the Governor of Ari
zona:
That a general election shall
be held by the qualified voters
of the Territory of Arizona, on
Tuesday, the 6th day of Novem
ber, 1906, for the following 1
named officers:
A Delegate to Congress;
One member of the Legisla
tive Council, by the qualified
voters of the counties of Pima
and Santa Cruz, jointly.
One member of the Legisla
tive Council, and one member of
the House of Representatives,
in Apache county; one member
of the Legislative Council and
one member of the House of
Representatives, in Coconino
county; one member of the Leg
islative Council, and three mem
bers of the House of Represen
tatives in Cochise county; one
member of the Legislative
Council, and one memoer of the
House of Representatives in Gi
la county, one member of the
Legislative Council, and two
members of the House of Repre
sentatives. - in Graham county;
one member of the Legislative
Council and four members of
the House of Representatives,
in Maricopa county; one mem
ber of the Legislative Council,
and one member of the House ot
Representatives, in Mohave
county; one member of the Leg
islative Council, and one mem
ber of the House of Representa
tives in Navajo county; three
members of the House of Repre
sentatives, in Pima county; one
member of the Legislative
Council, and two members of
the House of Representatives,
in Pinal county; one member of
the House of Representatives in
Santa Cruz county; one member
of the Legislative Council, and
three members of the House of
Representatives, in Yavapai
county; one member of the Leg
islative Council, and one mem
ber of the House of Representa
tives in Yuma county.
And in each of the several
counties by the qualified elec
tors thereof, one Probate Judge,
and where the Probate Judge is
not by virtue of his office Coun
ty School Superintendent, also
a County School Superintend
ent; one District Attorney; one
THE WINSLOW NAIL
Attend the Second Annual
Territorial Fair to be held at
Phoenix, November 12, 13, 14,
15, 16 and 17. 1906. Reduced
rates on all railroads.
j
pcTO. the cough i
Hand CU RE the LUMPS 1
/Consumption "price f
FQa S OUGHSand 50c&$1.00§
Free Trial. £
Surest ami Quickest Cure for all a
THROAT and LUNG TRQUB- H
LES, or MONEY BACK. I
mwmb bmbpim
Sheriff; one Treasurer, who
shall also be, byfjvirtue of his
office. Tax Collector, one Re
corder; one Surveyor; two mem
bers of the Board of Supervis
ors, and such other county offi
cers where vacancies have oc
curred in the offices, or which
may hereafter and oefore said
election occur, which are re
quired or authorized by law to
be filled at said election;
Also, in each of the several
justice precincts of the several
counties in the territory, hav
ing a population of five thous
and or over, two Justices of the
Peace, and two Constables, and
in each of the several justice
precincts of said counties, hav
ing a population of less than
five thousand, one Justice of
the Peace and one Constable.
And I do hereby offer a re
ward of fifty dollars, for the ar
rest and conviction of any and
every person violating any of
the provisions of Title IV. Part
I. of the Penal Code; such re
wards to be paid until the total
amount hereafter expended for
the purpose reaches the amount
of one thousand dollars.
In witness whereof, I have
hereunto set my hand and caus
ed the Great Seai of the Terri
tory to be affixed. Done
at Phoenix, the Capital,
(Seal) this first day of Septem
ber, Anno Domini, nine
teen hundred and six.
JOSEPH H. KIBBEY.
By the Governor.
W F. NICHOLS.
Secretary of the Territory of
Arizona.
A PROCLAMATION
By the Governor of
Arizona
Os an Order for an Election for
Voting for Delegates to a
Proposed Convention for the
Formation of a Constitution
for the Proposed State of Ari
zona to be Composed of New
Mexico and Arizona as now
Constituted, and to Vote Up
on the Question of the Pro
posed Jointure.
To the Qualified Electors of the
Territory of Arizona, and to
Whomsoever Else it may
Concern:
Know ye: That heretofore,
to-wit: on the fourteenth day of
July, 1906, by virtue and direc
tion of, and in accordance with,
the provisions of an act of Con
gress entitled:
“An Act To enable the
people of Oklahoma and of
the Indian Territory to form
a constitution and State
government and be admit
ted into the Union on an
equal footing with the ori
ginal States; and to enable
the people of New Mexico
and of Arizona to form a
constitution and State gov
ernment and be admitted in
to the Union on an equal
footing with the original
States.” approved June 16,
1906,
the Governor, the Chief Justice,
and the Secretary of the Terri
tory of Arizona apportioned the
4i delegates proposed under the
provisions ot said act of Con
gress to be elected from Arizo
na, who together with the 66 del
egates proposed to be elected
from New Mexico, may consti
tute a convention for said Ter
ritories of New Mexico and Ari
zona to form a constitution for
the proposed State of Arizona,
among the several counties ot
Arizona as follows:
To Apache county. 1 Delegate;
To Cochise county.B Delegates;
To Coconino county 2 Delegates;
To Gila county.. ..3 Delegates;
To Graham county.s Delegates;
To Maricopa county 8 Delegates;
To Mohave county, i Delegate;
To Navajo county. 1 Delegate;
To Pima county .. .4 Delegates;
To Pinal county. .. 1 Delegate;
To Santa Cruz co'ty. 1 Delegate;
To Yavapai county .7 Delegates:
To Yuma county.. .2 Delegates.
And know ye further by
this Proclamation: That under
the authority, and by the direc
tion, of the provisions of said
act of Congress, it has been by
the Governor of Arizona, and is
now by this Proclamation, or
dered: That at the general elec
tion to be held in the said Ter
ritorjr of Arizona on the 6th day
of November, 1906, the said Del
egates apportioned to the said
convention as aforesaid, shall
be voted for by the electors
qualified to vote at said general
election, in the said several
counties.
And it is further ordered:
That there shall also be sub
mitted to the qualified electors
at said general election, a ques
tion which shall be stated on
okr Jo /frf.
the same ballots on which the
names of candidates for Dele
gates to the convention afore
said are printed in substance
and form as follows:
“Shall Arizona and New
Mexico be united to form
one State?”
“ Yes.” | | No.”
Electors desiring to vote in
the affirmative of that question
shall place a cross mark in the
square to the left of the word
“Yes; and those desiring to
| vote in the negative shall place
i cross mark in the square to
| the left of the word “No” in the
j form above prescribed.
Such election shall be con
ducted in all respects as pre
scribed by the laws of the said
j Territory of Arizona governing
I general elections.
1 he returns of said election
| for Delegates to the proposed
constitutional convention shall
be made, and the certificates of
persons elected thereto issued,
as near as may be in the same
manner as is prescribed bv the
laws of the Territory of Arizona
regulating the elections therein
of members of the Legislative
Assembly ot said Territory, and
as is further prescribed by said
act of Congress.
And the result of the said
election upon the question
above directed to be submitted
to the electors at said election
shall be ascertained, returned,
and duly certified, as nearly as
it is practicable to be done, in
the manner prescribed by the
law's of this Territory for the
| ascertainment, return and cer
tification of the results of the
election for Delegate to Con
gress. and as further prescribed
; by said act of Congress.
| tlle several precinct,
j county, and Territorial officers
j i*u the Territory who are charg
jed by law T with any duties relat
ing to general elections are. so
i far as those duties are applica
ble to the election hereby or
dered. and not inconsistent with
I said act of Congress, likewise
; charged with the performance
j thereof in respect to this elec
tion; and in addition thereto.
i such other duties in respect
| thereto as are prescribed by the
provisions of said act of Con-
I gi - ess.
In Witness Whereof I, JO
SEPH H. KIBBEY. Governor
of Arizona, have hereunto set
my hand and caused the
j Great Seal of the Territory to
be affiixed. Done at Phoenix,
the Capital, this fourteenth
day of July, A. D. 1906.
( (Seal) JOSEPH H. KIBBEY.
By the Governor.
W . F. NICHOLS,
Secretary ot the Territory of
Arizona.
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