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Concho The St Johns Herald.
. And Apache News
The Official Paper of Apache County.
Published every Thursday at St. Johns, Arizona.
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REAMER LING Edttpr-'
t ' Apache News Co., Proprietor
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Entered as second-class matter January f2, 1905,
at the post office at Saint Johns Arizona under the
Act of Congress of March 3, Í 879. y
observance of rights. The state
hood question received otily about
52- per cent of the full vote of
the County. The percentage of
votes for the other pairs of candi
dates lies between these two
NOTK.lf any one can tell
accurately what the result of the
election would have been if every
one actually entitled to vote had
attended to the matter, he has
had a bigger, harder ''nudge" hi
politics than this office has ever
Kindly send in your Election
Claims with the vouchers as soon
as possible, to the Clerk of the
Board of Supervisors-
; WITH AMPLE MEANS
AND UNSURPASSED FACILITIES
ÍÍ1E BANK Of COMMERCE, ALBUQUERQUE, N..M.
EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOM
MODATION AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS,, 3125,000.00
Dr. J, Barth delivered a very
enteresting lecture on The Holy
band Wednesday evening at the
Acade.ny. bV H. Adams Esq,
Purer Politics. A further notice
The Poll Lists ironi the ten of. these highly entertainig
precincts of Apache County show I lectures will-be riven next week.
that 506 voters out of the 634 . on
the Great Register cast their
ballots in this County on Nov
ember 6th of this year. Of this
number 14 voted in Alpine, .97 in
Concho, 65 in Kagar, 38 in El
Tule, 13 in Greer, 17 in isavajo,
15 inNutrioso, 79 in Springerviile,
444 in St. Johns, and 24 in St.
Michaels. Therefore, 128 voters
Mil the Great Register, and 33
others who failed to. register,
irom reliable information on the
matter, failed to exercise 'their
right of franchise at the late
election in Apache County.
jTo two candidates for the
same office received as many . as
5u6 'votes. Messrs. Maxwell
and Peralta, for sheriff, received
the nearest approach, 492. The
statehood question received the
lowest number of votes, 347.
One voter 111 Alpine failed to
vote either way on the statehood
question, 60 failed to vote on it
in Concho, 13 failed- in Kagar,
21 in Kl Tule, 2 in Greer, 1 in
xx)cjju, 1 iii i uuiusu, ot in OL.
Johns, 17 ill Springerviile, and
8 so failed in St. Michaels:- 159
""who voted for some of the cand
idates failed to reach this ques
(Jut of the whole number of
voters in the County, if proper
attention had been given to the
right of suffrage by each, 818
did not vote on the statehood
question; 192 failed to vote, for
delegate to the constitutional
convention; 186 failed to vote for
delegate to the constitutional
convention; 186 failed to .vote
for delegate to congress; 180, for
Councilman; 184, for Assembly
man; 173, for. sheriff; 192, for
.Treasurer; 182, For Recorder; 18b,
lor Probate Judge; 185, for
District Attorney; about 180, for
Supervisors; and 209 failed to
vote for Surveyor. :
The candidates for Sheriff, who
received the highest number oi r T?rl'no- vouriob work to the St. :
.votes, got only about. 74 per: cent : minis Herald office. Pirstclass!
"of the actual number who could trials on hand: first class work !
Illl(,k . -v - - -7 ,.
have voted under . the ..proper fr.rned off. .(.-:
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SOLOMON LUNA, President.
W. S. STRIOKLER, W. J. JOHNSON,
Vice President and Cashier, Assistant Cashier
Wwi. MCINTOSH GEO. ARNOT
J. C. BAfcDRIDGE A. M. BLACKWELL O. E. CROMWELL
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