'- WS3SP3 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1911 THE COCONINO SUN PAP.P THRRUT' ? 5r' V 3: Plw lL? 4 '&&, ,; ;- P?K . 13$ ?;-,- fn: : SUPERVISORS' PROCEEDINGS Official Minutes of the Board of Supervisors of Coconino County, Territory of Arizona Office of the Board of Supervisors of Coconino county, ) 1 Arizona, November, 27th, 1911. ) . The Board o Supervisors met in special session today for the purpose of appointing election boards and naming polling places, ect. for the coming general election to be held the 12th, day" of December, 191 1. Present chairman Gregg, members Dickinson and Yaeger and clerk W. H. Switzer. Voting precincts were estaplished at Camp One and Howard Moun tain. Upon information recieved by the Board the precinct of Stones was discontinued for the present. The following election boards were appointed to serve in the fol-" lowing precincts. BELLEMONT Inspt., E. Crites ' Judge, Jos Moritz Judge, Chas Lindstrom Clerk, Fred Reno Clerk, Merrill C. "Walker Marshall, Albert Schnar CANON DIABLO Inspector, R. K. Earnest Judge, H. W. McCulloh Judge, Senon Castillo Clerk, VV. C. Everett Clerk, Pat O'Toole CAMP ONE Inspector, W. A. Lannom -Judge, P. J. Murphy 'Judge, Clay Gilbert Clerk, Ceo. Kimes Clerk, Geo Lovell FLAGSTAFF 'inspector, C. A. Keller Judge, J. L. Byrnes Judge J. M. Clark Clerk, F. O. Allen Clerk, Gus Jakle IClerk, G. T. Herrington Clerk, J. P. Wilson (Marshal, John Marshall FREDONIA Inspector, Robert Jackson , Judge, Lorum Pratt Sr. Judge, H. E. Judd . CJerk, Louis Cutler Clerk, Verne O. Brown GREENLAW MILL Inspector, George Simpson Judge, Eben Greenlaw Judge, Chris Streit Clerkl Fred Peterson Clerk, Hayes Weidner GRAND CANON Inspector, W. W. Bass Judge, Geo. Morgan Judge, Irvin Sanders Clerk, Ralbh Berry 7 " w.- HOWARD MOUNTAIN Inspector, Chas Heston Judge, C. L. Cochran "judge, G. W. Van Devire -Clerk, VV. S. Broum Clerk, John Witherow SEDONA Inspector, Frank Owenby Judge, J. J. Thompson - Judge, James Baily ' "" " Clerk, Joe Farley - Clerk, Joe Lay TUBA Inspector C. R. Jeffries Judge, T. E. Stanton Judge, S. S Preston Clerk, Geo. Roark "'?. - Clerk, J. B. Frey " V-.. WILLIAMS Inspector, Geo. Patten - Judge, Jas. Kennedy Judge, William Souder ; Clerk, C. W. Elliott Clerk, J. W. Lee Clerk, E. B. Perrin jr. Clerk, W. W. Rittenhouse Marshall, J. E. Gilson Th'e following places were designated as polling places in the several precincts' Bellemont, Post Office Building Canon Diablo, Volz Store Building Camp One, Boarding House Flagstaff, Court House Fredonia, Town Hall Greenlaw Mill, Gymnasium Hall Grand Canon, Cameron Hotel Howard Mountain, Boarding House Sedona, Schnebly Hotel. Tuba, Preston Store Williams, Town Hall The clerk was directed to have the following names printed on the Official Balllots and to have the required number of Ballots Clerk, Ed Kolb printed. Party Name ' Title of Office and Nominees Name Address , United States Senator (Advisory) Republican Ralph H. Cameron Flagstaff, Ariz " Hoval A. Smith Bisbee, Democrat Henry F. Ashurst ' Prescott, " Marcus A. Smith Tucson, Socialist v. E. Johnson Phoenix, ; ' . E. B. Simonton Globe, " ' Representative In Congress Repiblican ' John S. Williams Tombstone, " Demicrat Carl Hayden ' Phoenix, "Sociaist John Halberg Jerome, Prohilitionist Eugene W. Chafin Tucson," . Judges of State Supreme .Court fcRepubliVin ' Fletcher M. Doan ' Tombstone, " " - Edward M. Doe Flagstaff," " . . Edward Kent . ; Phoenix, " tDemocrat ;. , . ., D. L. Cunningham Tombstone, i " T Alfred Franklin . Phoenix, " " - s 'hil' Henfy D- Ross Prescott, " Socialist "V ' l - William Sheridan Crowe Globe, f ":!V"K-S Robert L. Morton- j Yuma," ; "' ' , , Fred G. White ; ' Florence," -'" ' Governor ' Republican ' Ed. W. Wells Prescott, " v Democrat " , Geo. W. P., Hunt ' Globe," -Socialist ' , . ' P. W. Gallentine Globe, " Prohibitionist "A T.W.Otis . Prescott, " . Secretary of State Republican v J. F. Cleaveland Phoenix, " Democrat ; Sidney P. Osborn Phoenix, " Socialist " Geo. H. Newsholme' "r Phoenix, " Prohibitionist .lit Roy Sibley Copper Creek, " State Auditor Republican George A. Mauk , ... Phoenix, " Democrat - v, J. C. Callaghan, ,, !&, Bisbee," v Socialist " w-; :) ; J. L.Milton .'&",, Willcox, " Prdhibitionist",,W9: '" P. E. Collins k ?- Kingman, " 'iiL. State Treasurer Republican ;'vf' W. D.' Fisk tf .'.,'. Globe, " T Democrat JL..d&: .'a '1 . David F. Johnson', "Douglas," Socialist ",' " J. D. Martin ' . Phoenix, Prohibitionist Tempe, Republican Democrat Socialist Prohibitionist Republican Democrat Socialist Prohibitionist Republican 11 Democrat Socialist Republican Democrat Republican Democrat Republican Democrat Republican Democrat Republican Democrat Republican Democrat Republican 11 Democrat Socialist Republican Democrat Republican Democrat Socialist Republican Democrat Republican Democrat Republican Democrat Republican Democrat v"v; Phoenix, Phoenix, Benson, Tombstone, Phoenix, Jerome, Safford, Phoenix, Phoenix, Winkelman, Arivaca, Douglas, Winslow, Phoenix, Prescott, Hayden, Douglas, Flagstaff, Flagstaff, Williams, Williams, Flagstaff, Flagstaff, Williams, Flagstaff, Flagstaff, Williams, Flagstaff, Flagstaff, Flagstaff, Flagstaff, Bellemont, Flagstaff, Flagstaff . Williams, Williams, Flagstaff, Flagstaff, Flagstaff, Flagstaff, Williams, Flagstaff, Flagstaff, Flagstaff, Flagstaff, Flagstaff, Grand Canyon, R. A. Windes-Attorney, General Geo. D. Christy Geo. Purdy Bullard J. N. Morrison Ostora Gibson Superintendent of Public Instruction Claude D. Jones C. O., Case William Moore Clayden' W. Warner Watkins Corporation Commissioners E. S. DePass F. M..P00I W. S. Sturges ; ,- A. W. Cole ' - W. P. Geary ; F. A. Jones John Kelly W. M. McCormick : A. Charles Smith Senator F. S. Breen '" ' Jesse L. Boyce Representative Thomas Maddock H. Mv Stark Iudge 'of Superior Court F. W. Perkins Thos. A. Flynn Clerk of Superior Court Chas. H. Adams Geo. A. Fleming County Superintendent of Schools N. G. Layton J. M. Holub County Surveyor Jas. A. Lamport , . ,. W. II. Power Supervisors ' Geo. W. Black, Sr. : ' i R. F. Bongberg H. J. Gray J. J. Donahue T. A. Rickel P. M. Shafer W. A. Field County Attorney C. B. Wilson X. N. Steeves 1 Sheriff L. S. Drum T; E. Pulliam ' . George Hammond ' " Recorder ,.,, Paul S. Coffin Dan J. Cronin -.' -- .- Treasurer C. H. Brownell W. H. Switzer Asssessor L. F. Doyle W. H. Lockridge County Superintendent Roads W. H. Anderson Flagstaff, W. G. Dickinson Flagstaff, The clerk was further instructed to furnish each precinct the cessary supplies in addittion to Ballots to conduct an election. Board then adjourned. JESSE CREGG, Chairman W. G. DICKINSON, Mem Attest: MAKLUW YAliUfcK, Ale i.t w. li. SWtl.fc.J(, Uerk c-er nee-The Good thin ms s come -12?$ m-all -tI.m-lA Vw" V iWl-iSv iiicui I7jwvur't370 ztv " ssna - -JI JZ. tWViS mXYV LVT A.U' ABLUXUV&bv 'JI!kL' l &'.! -tr-m J - (Ideal) FonnliPen is the best Christmas Gift SOLD AT SAME PRICE EVERYWHERE Sterling mounted, like cut, $5.00; with clip, $5.50; in leather cases. Have some beauties with two gold bands either ladies or gentlemen cased in leather, at $3.50. Same pen without gold bands, $2.50. We now have on display the nicest line of Electric Reading Lamps ever seen in Flagstaff. Prices are right, too $7. 00 to $12.50. Have one dandy at $8. 50 that will just match your mission furniture. Hull umbrellas, the kind you can put in a suit case. A few are in holly boxes which the early buyer will get not enough for all. Prices $3 to $8. The largest and best selection of gold jewelry and watches we have ever had. Prices lower than ever. We advise you to buy early so that you may have the article engraved before the rush. Any article engraved free if brought here before the 15th. Early buyers are having nice things put away every day. Don't wait till the last moment as you did last year and then take what you can get' We don't need to tell you that the quality is always as represented; you've known that for years. Edward IVL Brown Jeweler, Postoffice Block The Hafstaff Lumber Mf,Co. Wants your order for anything in ARIZONA SOFT PINE LUMBER LATH TO TIMBERS Drop us a line or call, telling us your wants, and we will gladly quote you prices,. Having one .of the . most modern mills in the southwest enables us to furnish WELL MANUFACTURED LUMBER Special Rates to Contractors . Capacity 100,000 feet daily v. 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