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St. Johns herald and Apache news. (St. Johns, Apache Co., Ariz.) 1905-1917, October 19, 1911, Image 1

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Minutes of Board of Supervisors
Sp'e6ial; Meeting-.
! , October llth, 1911.
TThei Board of Supervisors of
apache County met1 this day in
special session , as provided by
law at 9 a. m. (
' Present: Joseph Hda.ll, chair
mSn, j Fred T. Colter mfember
District ' Attiorney, Sherilt and,
Clem ; . . '
The. Board vmet this clay"pur
sua.rjt: to the provisions f of the
law -relating to primaries 'as a-
, Republican, State Senator, J. L. Hubbell, St, Michaels' f
Democratic, M v;-. ' Fred T, Colter, Spririgeriller
Republican, State Representative, N. Gonzalest c' , ,
. .iSemocratre, X W. H. Gibbons, St. Jotife; '
. Republican, Judge Superior Court, Reamer Ling, tc
emphatic, ; . John D Yates,
Republican, Clerk ;44 " Gilbert JS. Greer,
mended by ordinance number '2r,
nomination papers, for all caridii t
dates to be voted for at the' pri
mary, to be held on the 24th U&f
of October, 1911. - - . r v
The nomination papers of : ,:4Skt$? i
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following named persons for?'.:f'
ico;cut;iyc cuuuuv unices, uas r'v
snown. nerealter were xound 'lp!.
nave the necessary qttalificafc0n: !
as provided by law and are eTO-i.
Democratic,
RpubKt
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b& subject to your order , at aay time,.
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TBE NAVAJO-APACHE BANK & TRiSf 0
ISt. JsHrfs, Arizona
fit. Rev. Granjon, Bishop
iCHf the Catholic Church in Ar
f ' aona, visited the church here
ic; republican, socialist, and
a blank one for any on.e who
wisnes to write all the names
A 'Mst week, remaining in towp' !0f )the candidats on his rick-
Monday, when he tefttfor
Springeiville, Concho, nd
other churches ih this parish
accompanied by Fathei1p)e
Ti&mont and others. v i
t Ipverything is in readiness
C for the Primary to be held on
the Mth inso,, next Tuesday.
sSf ; THis office has beien rushed
the past few days getting the
; printed matter ready for this
election. The certified list
;-of candidates fox state offices
If: was not received by the Her-.vald-JSTews
until Tuesday, the
L7th in&t , and naturally put
ns late on making the ballots.
: The ballots were made by 10
i p. m. Thmrsay and were on
f- their way to the polling, pia
cea in the county. There are
Sow separate tickets to be us-
d imthaiPrimauy: democrat-
et on election day of Primary
J Hon. James B. Bickard,
whom many of the people of
our county wilf remember as
Special Inspector of the Gen
eral land Office, formerly, has
resigned that position ap.d is
now actively, engaged in the
practice of law, making a spe-:
cialty of United State Land
Laws, Oil, Mining and Irrri-
gation, with offices in Los An
geles. For about ten years
Mr Riekard was connected
with the General Land office
and established an enviable
record as Special Inspector,
and enjoys the' friendship of
a large circle of former inter
ested parties who admire him
for. his many good qualities
froth as a man and art official.
BLerbtBerry, ,
Republican,
DemocratiOf
Henry Ji Plai,
Monico GaKcfa,
Concho
St; Johns
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;H. G Overson,
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Siipti Schbdlsi B: Y. Pefeersft, .
. Repiablicarii Treasurer.
?De"mocratic . "
Republican,,
Democratic,-
-Re'publicani County Attorney
-Democratic! ; ! Chas Jarvife,,
Republican, Assessor, pibnicio Duraii,
Democratic, N Andres Saavedra,
Republican, Co Supt.-.ofRads
k ;T.. J. BouidMi; u f'HM
By, - "re:d'W. Nelson ' ; ;'
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Democratic,
Republ ican Su r vey bi1:
Democratic, W..,D. Rencher,
Republican;''- Supervisor. Hyrum Knight,
J. R, Armijo,
Isaac Isaacson,:. V-' -?w-: '
Willard Fair, ' 'mfSM
-Elisba Averette, Sp'rih'gelft' "M
Democratic,
4 . , VPero B. Candelaria, - oWc.;v"P
ktf ; h.s wiiheim. 1 :;kr
44 Thos PhelBS. Sncmb-erviW
Thos Phelps,
John C. Hall,
Eagar
v.v;v-; " J-H. Greer, Stg
RepJibltGan,. Precinct Cdmmi'tteemen, J. S. Gibbons,. c'; f
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The Board of Supervisors
tbok up, the following claims
brought before it and after ex
amining them, ordered the same
paid out of the expense fund, to
wit: M. E. Lesueur Telephone ; . .
calls $6.00
HeraldTNews Elec. Supples 11.00
Epimenio Armijo
Prank Gallegos,
A.. B. Candelaria. ;&f effo-
Ramon Martinez " h ' f.fc
Bernardo Gonzales. M '
Juan Griego ' 44 - cw " , j j
E- L Whiting, - Huty;c
S. B. Day, Sr., St. MichdeSb;'? v
B. B. Crosby, Eafear 1 '
Sol Barth, St. Johns ;
GuyMjEolt Sprinervill
Herald-News' Elec. j shp. ' ;2d
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E. R. DeWitt3 claims J. P. lS.tb
There being no further b;usf
ness the Boatd no a'djburnedi
sine die.
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Attest:
O. D. Gallegos, clerk
Joseph Udall, Chairjmafi,,
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