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Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - August 20, 1910, Winslow, Arizona 4& County Official Paper Metropolis of Northern Arizona WINSLOW MAIL City Official OVER 5,000 WEEKLY READERS VOL. 17 AUGUST 20, 1910 NO. 29 DEMOCRATS IN CAUCUS LAST SATURDAY Democratic Convention Being Held in Holbrook The democrats of Winslow precinct met in caucus in the Hall last Saturday The was far and above that of any political caucus held here for some Keen interest was displayed by all present the matter of selecting delegates to the democratic convention at Holbrook to oe held this convention being called for the purpose of nominating two delegates to the Constitutional The caucus was called to order by P. By a vote of those present Sampson was chosen chairman ot the Collins being elected By unanimous the chairman appointed a committee of five to retire and select a list ot twelve delegates from Winslow precinct to attend the convention at The committee made the following Dr. P. T. K. Dr. R. G. W. G. Dr. J. L. W. P. W. A. John considerable argument the report of the committee Hanks and Daze Form Partnership During the past week a new firm has been organized in Wins Mr. Charles Daze having gone into partnership with D. E. taking a half interest in the livery and business which has been conducted for some time past by Mr. The new firm has made an beginning having bought the lota on which the present business is Within a short time they will commence the construction of a brick barn on their newly ac quired property which will be a great improvement and put their business on a citified The new when will fill up the block greatly improving the appearance of the no vacant space being visible on this particular The firm of Hanks and Daze are to be commended on their enterprise showing that they have faith in the future of C. W. LACKEY FOUND DEAD IN HOTEL CHANGES IN AREA OF NATIONAL FOREST San Bernardino W. man from fpund dead in bj Commercial Hotel Upon his face chief saturated and covered with a was adopted and the delegates Death was evidently chosen stood as the choice of the The deceased had been troubled for many weeks with insomnia From the interest displayed by All effort to secure sleep the large number of democratic except by the use of chloroform voters both in the Two days ago he was last seei ter of chosing delegates and in As he failed to appeal other matters that came it this morning an investigation would seem that the democrats was with the result of of Winslow are up and doing finding him Among his and that they intend to do all in effects were numerous bottles oi Lackey was a lay and frequently held services among the railroad men far out i the when his train found itself removed from civiliz ation on He was pop ular and regarded by all his fellow railroad men as sincere in their power to send two cratic delegates to the Constitutional Forests of the North H. B a re The Capitalists have long had wistful eyes en th j splendid forests of southeastern A recent bulletin of the his religious professions meXi of Agriculture says that in He leaves a Mrs. this locality the average rainfall residing at Long is about ninety inches and the and a son Charles trees grow to a large In sident of Sioux S the central plateau of Alaska the remains will be taken to Grinnell precipitation is less than 15 by a delegation of and the average size of o f Railroad Trainmen timber is B. L. Holmes Santa Fe station The total forest of Alaska agent here has charge of is approximately 100 million about 27 per cent ot the Mr. who made his re land Of this about 20 sidence at has been acres bear timber of working for the Santa Fe out of cient size and density to be used this point for many years past as saw and was well known to the The stand of trees averages dents of Winslow as well as for considerable areas 25,000 other towns in Northern Arizona feet per The usual timber it having been his practice on his cut in the coast forests of alaska lay over days to visit one ot the is about 27,000,000 board neighboring towns and hold re almost entirely The ligious services Mr. Lac southern and southeastern coast key was very enthusiastic in his having a much larger timber religious beliefs and never let an supply than will be needed opportunity go by a long time to saw a chance to say a much of the hemlock should be cut and the spruce given an opportunity to The that has so far taken place on the coast of Alaska has had but small effect upon the the bulk is yet D. July 19.- The President has signed a proclamation which adds 184,512 acres to the total area of the Manzano National New As a matter ot 268, 670 acres have been put into the at the same 84,158 acres have been eliminated from it. The eliminations are made at various points along the exterior boundary between the Tejon grant in loval County and Mountainair in Torrance and are the result of a careful field under the direction of the Secretary of Agriculture which showed that the areas eliminated are not chiefly valuable for National Forest but are more suited for agriculture or or they are so alienated as to make National Forest administration of them The additions consist of 32, in T. 10 R. 7 and a large tract lying south of known locally as the Chupadero This upland supporting a for- non and yf or six small d is lero in which there is nuch laud in the near may prove valuable for The Mt. Taylor a portion ot the Manzano has been transferred to he The elimination of the 3an Mateo Springs grant is the most important of the changes in the Mt. Taylor Other areas were thrown both east and west of the Bartholeme Fernandez grant ind southeast ot the Felipe The unappropriated portions the lands eliminated by this proclamation will be restored to settlement and entry after they shall have been advertised in the local papers by the Secretary of the CHANGES IN AREA OF ZUNI NATIONAL FOREST PROCEEDINGS OF THE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION The Maccabee are to an entertainment the first week in All who en joy a good time and hearty be sure and The Ladies are working hard to make it a A bunch chestnuts are Mrs. Emma of Flagstaff was a Winslow visitor D. July 19.- Tne President has signed a proclamation eliminating 5,219 adres and adding 126,001 es the Zuni National and New transferring the Mt. Taylor Division of 215,601 acres from thp Manzano to the These changes are the result ot a made last by the of the of which that the lands eliminated are not chiefly valuable for National Forest The additions comprise commercial forest areas adjacent to the several divisions of the National T h e addition southeast of the Fort Defiance Division in T. 23 R. 29, 30 and 31 contains an excellent stand of juniper and pinon averaging about ten cords to the and a quantity of scattered yellow pine estimated to cover an area equal to five total stand on this addition is figured at approximately 500,000 This part of the country is made up of high mesas and ridges containing very little land of Agricultural The addition lying to the south and southeast of the Zuni Indian Reservation in T. 8 and 9 R 16 19 contains a stand of at 75,000,000 running from 2,000 to 5,000 feet to the iii addition to the commercial the area has some 240,000 cords of cord The addition southwest o f the Fort Military in T. 13 R. 19 and T. 13 and 14 R. 18 contains an estimated stand of 15,000,000 board feet of com yellow pine together with 40,000 cords of cord The division transferred from the Manzano comprises the San Mateo Mountains and the Sierra Chivato and is bounded on the east by the Cebolleta grant and on the north by the Ignacio Chavos Hereafter trans actions relating to this Division will be conducted through the Gallup the headquarters of the Zuni The lands eliminated by this proclamation will be restored to settlement and entry after they shall have been advertised in the local newspapers by the Recre tary of T. A. and o Flagstaff were Winslow visitors Mr. Brown looking after the interests of the Singer Machine C. M. C. Houck of Holbrook and James Scott of Pinedale when he word to a fellow His many friends were shocked at the sad news of his Mr. Lackey has been in poor health for the past year or more him from performing his duties on the The Misses ot Chas who for sonic time on their way east stopped off at past has been employed at the Winslow a day last week to Navajo left Saturday for sit with his home at ADVERTISING Everyone who about railroading will tell you that the most severe test ou an engine is to get the train Same thing with If you can induce only a few buyers to uae your goods at as a result of there will be enough business to earn a profit resulting from the recommendation of one person to Of course this one to recommendation is only possible when the goods are There is seldom profit in the first It's the momentum which The republican county convention met at Holbrook on the 13th instant and nominated two delegates to the constitutional In the absence of J. Edward chairman ot the county central the convention was called to order by W. H. Mr. Clark was elected temporary chairman and L. D. Divelbess chosen temporary These officers were ater on made The following committees were J. C. H. W. James Jos. W. J. E. Order ot Dr. F. D. J. E. C. Jr. F. H. W. R. The report of the committee on credentials showing the delegates entitled to a seat in the Mr. We the Committee on Credentials find the following delegates entitled to seats in the Conven From F. H. Waite A. Robertson by F. H. E. A. Boyd ' ' D. E. Hanks 41 H. W. Asbury Jewitt Jr. H. W. Asbury L. Korn J. Burke Santiago Baca O. Selsted by J. E. Campbell J.C. Campbell P. D. Sprankle F. Schaal by P. D. Sprankle T. Shuflin by Byron Gus Hansen From R. C. Smith by L. D. Divelbess L. D. Devilbess W. H. Clark R. Scorse J. E. Cox From J. C. Freeman by L. D. Dev From Keams Ben Burk From James Scott From C. Hess Jr. From J. C. Owens G. M. Adams by J. C. Owens From Z. N. Decker Henry McCleve Palmer From L. Fish by Joseph W From J. H. Willis by Jos Jos. W. Smith C. Ballard by Andrew L Rogors Jr. From F. P. Denbam by Jos. W. Smith A total of thirty-seven delegates entitled to a J. C. Chairman J. E. Secretary On the temporary officers were made The report of the Committee on as was the Republicans of Navajo Territory of in Convention tional and Territorial administration of the Republican We heartily endorse the efforts of our present Delegate to the Hon. Ralph and express our gratitude and appreciation for his untiring and persistent labors in the fight for the admission of the Territory to We believe in the principle of the Republican Party that a majority of the people shall and as a Republican organization we heartily endorse that and believe that all vital and important questions should be submitted to a vote of the and we recommend that a provision be inserted in the Constitution to that We further recommend that our delegates to the Constitutional Convention go The following nominations for delegates to the Constitutional Convention were then C. M. C. James Scott and John Henry Ballot resulted as C. M. C. 36 John H. 10 James 28 On motion the nomination of C. M. C. Houck and James Scott was made The following Central Committee was W. H. R. C. F. H. H. W. Jos. W. The following Precinct Chairman were E. M. J. C. John L. Fishr S. W. H. F. P. E. T. Ninian H. A. R. C. St. John C. I. F. H. GREAT FLOOD BLOCKS ALL TRAINS Santa Fe Main Line Washed Out in New Mexico Three Miles East Las N. Aug. 18.-The Santa Fe line in northeastern New Mexico is out of commission today as a result of cloudbursts in this section last night which washed out three miles of track at Ribera and N. and destroyed several steel It is announced at division headquarters here that the damage cannot be repaired for at least three In the meantime all trains will be over the Beleti The torrential rains of fast night continue today with no sign of East bound Santa Fe No. 2 is marooned between two washouts 25 miles east of The loss of live stock and crops from the present floods is Trains have been coming into Winslow all the way from 21 to 48 hours A. J. Sorrels visited Grand Canyon last returning hereby heartily endorse the here Monday
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