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VOL. 22.
SUPERVISOR'S OFFICIAL CANVASS OF
IE GENERAL ELECTION RETURNS
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF NAVAJO COUNTY
November 16th, 1914.
Pursuant the law, the Board of Supervisors met this date and canvassed the returns of the
General Election held November 3rd, 1914, with the following results:
Total Vnm Cast 9$ O
1 OTcil V Uu. Ldjl o O VC ’ 1 *0 o N CO O' CO w*j rr- r r - —f
~t If. 'M 04 r-, J
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'73 '7; O
" " 7 8 C £ ... g S % a. •£ 2 “
1 04 o br O > o jr 55 S *r“ *- <->
. •— 3 £ o 2 -r 5 £ u y .t J « C
v° k c cs <- n os r~ .£ o o
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Supreme Court — . | j J j j j | | j j j j [
Thus. Armstrong 81 106 20j 511 21 j 85j 261 1 271 17| 3j 4| 14! 12| 18j 480
Walter Bennett 54 135 10} 461 2 j 65) 11 j 3; 18j 12j 3j 2j 121 6| 8j 387
W. S. Crowe 45 47 4| 161 21 12f 8|...j 9j 1 lj 3! 4, 3| 41 15<
1). L. Cunning-ham 136 207 29j 82j 27 68j 73; 11 j 3A| 20; 24 1 15 j 3oj 9; 15! 779
Alfred Franklin 113 166 151 65) 15; 51; 57j 8| 33j 16; 21 j 9i 22j 7| 101 60S
P. H. Hayes 51 51 4| 19) 7; 14! 19| 31 15| 4| 3| 6| 6|...| 5l 207
Jas. N. Morrison 88 109 4 | 44j 13| 331 22) 1 j 13j 6| 4| 7J 13j 6) 3i 366
Henry 1). Ross 170 243 25) 92; 23, 991 74 8) 35; 221 22; 13) 27 9) 17 879
Superior Court—
j- F- Crosby 34 38 37 j 39) 21)107) 33j 10) 14) 12) 3| 3) 15 111 31 380
Thorwald Larson i4B 42 7) 36j 23) 49j 55j 6! 25) 14) 211 19j 19 6| isi 388
Sidney Sapp 1 184 265 9jio9[ lj 21) 8| 4) 341 8! 3| 2 16 9 6) 679
Tax Com.— ! T j I | | | >■ j ‘|' j | | |
Thos. E. Campbell (143 210 341 85) 23)104) 27) 1; 27j 13 6) 14) 17 9 111 724
Vance TL Clymer |24 49 2| 21 j lj 40; 10) 2) 8j 5| Ij. . I 9 7 5j 184
, P-J- Miller ■96 144 26} 43) ,/T4\ 79: 49) 9: 24 j 14; 181 61 19" 41 71 552
Frank H. Parker j3O 42 9} 221 9| 9 16| lj 17) 4) 4) 61 3 21 21 176
1C J. Perry 122 24| 2) 7)' 3; 5; 5)... I 3j 2|...| 5 41 2! 1 ,85
E. B. Simanton 19 13 j 1; 2 2j 3 2| 1| 3 II 21 lj. ..j lj. I 4c.
j. E. Suits ; 8 8j 1 j 4) .. . j 31 4) 1 j......) 11|| 1 j 31
C M. Zander ... . 120 175! 4) 40 9) 34 50; 14! 19l 19' 19! 10! 14: 2: 12! 541
U. S. Senator— > T ! i ! ! | | | | | . | | | |
Maik A. Smith (D) 156 226) 31 j 78) 12) 62) 68) U2| 46j 24j 16) 22! 24) 5) 5! 787
Bernard J. Nelson (P) 5 3j. .. | 5). .. j 1 j 2| 1J 14 1 |I 3) 2) .. J 37
J. L. Hubbell (R) ' 100 134) 29 86) 32)127! 32! 4; 19j 13? 11l 8 1 23! 15 301 665
Bert Davis (Soc) 31 37j... 2)j...) 3j...| j 71
Eugene Chapin (Ind.Proh.) 41 591. . . 161 2{ 2).. | | I j \ 1\ 12\
u. s. Rep. I j I ! ! | f"| I f j j
Carl Havden (D) 201 302; 39jil3| 32) 111! 92) 20) 63} 32 28’ 28 40) 14; 2011135
Henry Eads (R) !76 %; 16 50) 14) 67) 13) 1! 101 7 ll jj 10 71 j ( j 3
Ulrich' Grill (Soc) j3O 34 .. . 2)... j... j|j 3 j_ _ _ ; 7 yj
Governor — | ill'll
Geo. W. P. Hunt (D) j 184-1277 24 87) 22 74) 59) 15) 43 '26 221 19 24 4| 17 897
Geo. Young (P) j 11 j 13 1; 7 ... I 3|| j 12 |. 2...1 2 51
Ralph Cameron (R) |129|170 36) 981 27)114) 48! 7| 27 13 71 10! 28 20! 15 719
J. R. Barnette (Soc).. .... | 26! 18;... | 1)... j...)... j... | 4; j j 4 g
Secretary State —I I I I J j | j j.
Sidney P. Osborne (D). . . 1 75! .274{ 42 ! i16j 29)119! 72! 11) 64 30 24 22! 36 111 16 1041
C. G. Cole (R) | 93)1321 14) 52; 16) 54j 29j 21 11 9 2 5 14 18! 8 454
Mrs. Leroy Ikenberry (Soc)| 37 j 29) 1) 9) 1 1| 3 1 j i o (
Auditor— j j | ! j |. j J | 1
J. C. Callahan (D) j 1891282) 35|116| 35 il7 78; 12) 62 28 251 22) 35 10' 16 106'
Cbas. B. Green (Soc) j 47j 54 1 3j 2)...! 2 31. .. | 41 ! j 1 j ; c 1 {
Treasurer — | Jj | j j j j | j ' j
Mitt Simms (D) 1161 234 25 73! 20} 69 59 5| 47) 20 17? 22! 26 7' 12 797
Thos. Rynning (R) |79 135 22! 73) 22! 80| 35 5j 24 14 10! 4! 20 131 151 551
* -Cbas. PJ.‘ Myers (50c).... I 42; 33 1 j 5)... j.,.)... II 3! ! I 'g:
Atorrey General— I -j | j | j j j j
Wiley E. Jones (D) [ 149*223 26! 82; 19| 75! 6511 1 46'‘20 17 jg 26 6 : 11! 7Q4
J. L. B. Alexander (P)... j 18 ! 25 ...| 6) 1 j 2,... lj 71 \ ... \ 4\ (y
Joseph E. Morrison (R).. . 1 113| 150 24) 76) 24; 82) 33 1) 23 16 10 10 22 141 16) 61
Supt. Pub. Inst.— | | f | I ■ N ) |
C. O. Case (D) ! 159)257 19) 84! 22 62! 62 7| 55 19 23 19 27 6! 16 83'
Mrs. Rose Krebs (R) j 108! 134 34 76| 19 94! 31 11 17 18 6 7 18! 14! 12! 5W
. Win. Moore Clayton (Soc)! 31 j 37 ... 3) 2' ' lj 3) jj 1 j|' 7<
Cor]i. Com.— I ! 'll | | ' ("'ll
A. W. Cole (D) 198)291 22 100) 20! 61 661 10! 55 24 24 29 33! g! ic! 04c
W. P. Geary (D) \2U\32\ 30! 130) 17! 431 50| 4| 32 13' 211 21 25 9 1 6 Q4r
16 A. Junes (D) 11881265 31 j 112) 28)105) 77! 131 55 26 26 25 30! 9 | 16 1009
E. P. .Moore (P) \ 30, 28j 3|l2[ 2) 13! 3| 3) 6 3| | | 3) I 4 \ \t
Robt. Mitchell (R) | 7111001 25) 43! 22) 95! 31 5| 20 17 3"6 Ml \v it 47c
Jas. C. Reed (R) 1 74 90? 24! 45) 23 93 351 6) 24! 16( 4| 7 211 111 HI 489
Robt. L. Morton (50c)...! 361 481... i 5| 3! 3 2)...! 41...1. I i , -
A. F. Mott ( Soc) J 371 36!... | 2| lj 1 ...[ ]| 3!.. J..T ’ j j J 7
Albert J. Straw (Soc) | 36: 36|... 4} 2! 3 1j...| 5 j... |. j. "ij !? g,
Mine Insp.— 1 I I 1 | ) | |' * ’ I" ' ~T
G. 11. Bolin (D) HSO 222| 17] 71 17| 55 56| 51 40! 22) 23 21 21 7 1? 730
R. L. Stallings (P) 114)121 lj 8! 1| 5 1| \\ 4 t.. ...... 7 '■ 9 n
Parker Woodman (R) 1 70; 104 J 24j 571 23) 75j 34| 3! 20| 14! 4! *
P. J. Hippie ( Soc) I 37j 37!...! 1. . . 1.. . [ 11 51... I' 1 ) , 6-
Erank Biggs ( In<l) 12 15j... L.. j|j... | \ 1 j j’V '' j \
Supervisor ! I ! i j j j | j ’j”‘j' ‘V" j" ' j |
R. C. Cresswell (D) '>7VM)\\ 211121! 18( 74| 92j 22f 34! 28 25! 24! 27 111 16
QR. Gardner (D) 1 1 IS; 177! 17j 1051 30 1751 621 20; 65! 27! 24' 24! 31; 811 jq 47
Geo. W. Hennessey (D )... :24.“ii255l 101141 1-1; 3-1 53 51 401 13| 211 20! ¥>' 20! rTim 1
F. F. Flickenger (R) IlsoL'ol| 1«1| ,30| ,5| 151 5 11 .i! 2‘J 2 \ 41 \; J
C. 1C Owens (R) 1 691 56| 52 1 - 70' 46! 3 731 821 19| 56| 26| 5| 10 49! 201 ll! 744
J. E. Richards (R) ' 51 1 52 601 75' 38 160! 57' jo l 531 24' 5| 9 43 14; n
ri H- A- Perkms (T) | 67|1°2| j 6|...j 1]...|...| 1! 11. ..|.. .|. .|. . 7!
( lerk Sup. ( otirt — 1 i. I | ! j j ! | | j | ! 1 i
Lloyd Henning (D) 1263 393! 381152' 23| 681 351 12 29 13! 251 21! H 15;
naloh (R > ) s<) ; 46 j 24 ] 4;: -811281 851 18! 581 27\ ~2| 10! 38! 11l ">j
Sheriff— ! I 1 1 ' ! J | | | | | | | | 1 . ‘
Barnev \. Robles (D) ! 115> 123 1 20! 4 ! >j 6! 47! 40f 3! L3| 10) 14? 11l 6 3! 81 4^
P. K- Lew man (R) 1 431 63! 38’ 83! 44 ! 143 78! 23! 60! 28! 8| 16; 35 it) \\ kq,
C. f. Houck (T) |196!288j 3| 59'...) 4'...!...) 15'... j 7: 2(20 5 16 615
(Continued on Page Three.)
THE WINSLOW MAIL
WINSLOW—THE METROPOLIS OF NORTHERN ARIZON \
WINSLOW, NAVAJO COUNTY, ARIZONA, NOVEMBER 28, 1914.
RIFLE Clilt PIT COMPLETED
Work on the range of the Win
slow Rifle Club was completed
during the early part of the
I week. This club now has a firsti
: class rifle range situated about!
;one mile west of the pew shops’
! on land leased from the Arizona
and New Mexico Land Company,
j Considerate difficulty and ex- j
I pense w 7 as - • 1 j n digging!
; the is seven feetj
• dee > and 2b feet long, on ac-j
| count of the solid rock which j
was encountered. However, af
ter the first ledge of rock was
passed, another was met with
seven feet below the surface
which will be utilized as the
floor of the pit. The stands art ;
situated within a few feT of the I
Ocean to Ocean Highway, and i
the pit 1500 yards to the north, !
making an ideal range and easy ;
of access. It complies in all re- j
spect to government regulation. '
The ammunition and ocher ma-i
terial ordered by the club have
arrived. The delivery of the j
guns is held up owing to the!
great mass of red tape which the j
government usually requires in ;
matters of this kind. As soon as
the bonds of the club are approv- :
ed, the rifles will be shipped!
promptly.
In this connection', the Adjut
ant General of the State of Ar- j
izona has urged upon the mem-,
bers the better results which will 1
follow if each member possessed
a gun of his own. These rifits!
will be sold to the club members;
for $5.00 apeice for the 0 raig!
model of 1898, and $12.50 for the j
Springfield, model of 1903, which
is the gun now used by the reg
ular army. Any member of the
club attaining the title of Sharp
shooter or expert rifleman, will
be furnished a Craig rifle for his
own use. While this rifle will
belong to the club, the member
will be entitled to its use as
though it was his own property
as long as he remains a member j
in good standing.
The basketball game Thursday j
afternoon between Holbrook and I
the Winslow High School teams,
resulted in a victory for the for- i
mer by the score 14 to 10. The
game was fast and clean. A big
crowd was in attendance and
was treated to numerous brilliant
plays by both teams. The local
boys put up a good game, but!
were unable to make the baskets. I
The lucky breaks are credited to
the visitors. Referee Gray acted
in an able and satisfactory man
ner. A return game between
the two teams is already under
way. Following is the lineup of
both teams:
Winslow Holbrook
Sutherland Forward Gardner
Sampson ‘ ‘ Bates j
Sutton “ Huredj
LaPrade Center Brinkerhoff
Eastman Guard Brinkerhoff |
Wright “ Gardner!
Ram age
Drumm
TOO MANY CANS !
A Junk dealer from Holbrook
had heard that Ford, the auto
manufacturer used tin cans in 1
! the construction of his car. He
! gathered up several hundred t<>-
; mate, sauer kraut and oyster 1
cans and sent them to the Ford
| factory along with a request that
[they be made into an auto. A
I week later he received a Ford by :
[freight and a check for $9.8 ) by
mail. He had sent in too many
I cans.
SIC IRISH GLORIA TANGO
Last winter, in a period of
rashness and inconceivable folly,
we took a few dancing lessons.
|We learned the tango, the one-!
Istep and the hesitation, with all
the dips, drags, grape-vines and ;
lame ducks thereunto appertain
ing and in such case made and I
j providee. We, though we had ;
; Terpsichore lashed to the rudder!
of a Zeppelin, As we glided a
; bout the hall or riecocheted from
| divan to davenport, just missing
the piano lamp in our mad flights
through some friendly parlor, we |
used to feel soray for poor Mr.
and Mrs. Castle. We were the
dancidg demons of the day —we
! were. But lasc night we hap
j pened to drop i i on seme friends,
i whose vietrola, as we entered,
I was tearing off “Bv the Sea, By
the Beautiful Sea “ We shall
j forever hate that tune, for if is
inextricably interrninged with
i the wreck of our fondest con
ceit. We learned last night that
j we can’t dance, any more than a
! rabbitt. There was a young fel
j low in that parlor, w 7 ho had
: brought with him, from the city,
a slew of new 7 steps and motions
and gestures and poses and by
! the time we ‘got there he had
| taught the young ladies such del
icatessens as the “half and half,"
t “the fox trot,“the silo slip” and
, the “Ford Flop, ’’ or something
like that. Why we didn’t even
know the holds any more. Every
thing we did w 7 as passe or Aisue
or przemysl. We were Major
general Dub. Last year if you
j didn’t hesitate, well—you need
not come round. This year if
you hesitate yhu are lost and no
reward offered.
The modern method of solving
agricultural problems by invest
j i gating them, not only in thelab-
I oratory, but also on the farm! in
! co-operation with the farmer,
; has given such admirable results
l that it is to be applied to the
I anti-hog-cholera crusade,
j Congress has appropriated a
I half million dollars to carry on
i the work and experiments will
be made in all parts of the Unit
ed States. The aim will be not
only to exterminate the disease
in the test sections, but also to
discover the most practical, ef
ficient and economical methods
for continuing the work through- <
out the country.
This investigation will fill a
long-felt want in Arizona, as the!
hog death rate in this State from
cholera is 55 per 1,000 head and i
hog raisers are losing an average
of 4,700 hogs, valued at $50,000,
from this disease annually.
In conclusion let us say that :
the government is good to In
dians and hogs.
| GALLOP EDITOR SUED •
Bill Hanns, editor of the Gal
lup Independent, and his wife, j
were sued recently by a couple!
|of sore-headed politicians for!
$10,000.00. Bill came out on top'
and the politicians had to pay!
the costs which amounted to five i
bones.
• We congratulate Bill on his 1
miraculous escape and feel more*
than w 7 ell pleased that he did 1
1 not lose that $10,000.00 he has
saved by so much hard work. 1
Well we know he lias it for we
saw the bulge in his pants. t
FOR SALE —One of the most
desirable res deni ■ corners in the*
e *y; lot 75x15). Enquire 300 W
4th St., F H Wat 3. [
fSOPHS ENTERTAIN
Last Saturday night the Soph
omores gave an initiation party
| for the Freshmen at the H. S.
building. We came expecting to
go back brused. After all had
arrived Mr. Cornelius started an
i indoor track-meet, the hirst
: ever held in our high school. :
Mr. Brubaker was referee,
1 Miss Clymer, umpire, and Mrs.
Cornelius and Mr. Laßerge were
time keepers. ’
The event: were potatoe race,
tug of war, Freshmen evaporat
ing contest, hwAyv shot-put. sc si
ding broad grin, ladies’ nail driv
ing contest, mens’ needle-tinwin
ing contest, long thought cent •>!:
foot ball game, high curdle and
one legged races.
Three teams compel d
for the eharriionship. Team M>.
1 was lead by Adolph Web --,
team 2 by Leon Sutton ami 3
by Walter Creswell. The fi.at
team came out four points ahem-.
On account of being def V-ah <|
ream No. 3 had io give tin* win
ners a banquet and team 2 had >. >
take them to the piuu.v s o n
Dancing ard
cards were enjoyed the la c ■
part of th e eve ing and go < i
things to.eat wev nerved
A t 13:30 we depart,c for oc
homes feeling that *v« hud bee i
royally initiated into the -
ies of H S iiiV by our !>r i n-g
Sophs avid mighty glau ih.,t, *■ . •
were babies no lon got'.
A Fees run ;u.
Mi
ti il'Jl Oi n i iJi .! u j
Washington, D. ■ J ov. 28th.
The 1914 apple crop of Vrizo- a
is estimated at 135,00 ) busied ,
according to a report of th-* Fed
eral Department of Agricuhor *
issued recently. The yield i \
1913 was 100,000 huwwis an !
10 ),000 buslh-ls in Din’. Th •
condition of the crop at the pre
ent time is 81 per eem of normal,
and the average condition durit *;
the past ten year period has be- n
70 per cent of normal.
The apple crop of continental.
United States is estimated ;.i.
230,249,000 bushels for x 191 !.
while the yeild last year was on
ly 145,400,-000 bushels. The av
erage price being paid to farraeis
for apples at the present time ,s
02 cents per bushel.
oPl1>!l4l iin
Persons subjebt to special tax
. under act October 22, 1914, lu
ternal Revenue Department.
; Bankers.
Brokers.
j Pawnbrokers.
Customhouse Brokers.
Com mercial Brokers.
Proprietors of Theatres, Mus
eums or Concert Halls.
; Prourietors of Bowling Alleys
; or Billiard Rooms.
f'ommissio n Merchants,
i Dealers in Tobacco,
i Unless applications for Special
| Tax Stamps are made to the Coi
! lector of Internal Revenue at
i Phoenix, Arizona, on or before
! December 1, 1914, a 50 per cent
j penalty will attach.
i CARD OF 1 HANKS
To the voters of Navajo Conn -
, ty and my friends who supported
meat the lecent general electi
on. 1 wish to express my si neve
! thanks 1 feel that, the office of
' Supervisor is a very resposible
one and in discharging the duties
!of the same 1 shall do my very
be vt to be impartial and fair ot
[all. Geo. W. Hennessey.
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