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St. Johns herald and Apache news. (St. Johns, Apache Co., Ariz.) 1905-1917, November 09, 1911, Image 1

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SI. JOHNS, APAGHE GO.. ARIZONA, NOVEMBER 91 1911
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By virtue of less than one
IftSfourth o tire votes cast by
eir party Hons. Marcus A.
edly represented Cleopatra,
although it is sa.id h had no
little p-izen snake in his buz-
Hnrv ARh-'zum, and "Fritsie" looked a'
xn-st are respectively in- thejconsiderable like Marc An
feUsctU iiVlatAs hf the thony. although the general
,p,arty for United States Sena-;cont,mr fore and aft didn't
tors, This curious result was q"tebring out in bold relief
tors,
made possible by the large
"field" of senatorial caudi-
7 V dates, ,'T-huss of 16,555 votes
-cast the distrilbution wab as
fev follows: To Marcus A. Smith
fV -3,898 votes; Henry F. A&h-
alrsl,, 35736; Eugene b. ives,
i',119; Eugene Brady O'Neil,
,2,494; Reese MLing, 2,083;
Jacob Hamblin, General
Manager of the Colter Con
struction Oo. at thft Lvman
?AvH L, Pickett, 4,226, Ariz. jlmgation Co. dam, wain
the historical points. The
boys had their fun and fur
nishiea some fun for others.
' Hon; Fred T". Colter returned
from Phoenix the first of this
week
Hallowe en our .young ana
ISn-lTivinff friends, 'Gris'and
4rFritsVe, m masquerauenau
fea fitte time and hurt nobody.
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town Wednesday.
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fedate br out of date, just as
as-VGr suppps-,s anchfe2.
County recorder Unofre D. Ga
llegos will bemarried tne 20th of
this month to Miss Bpimenia
Chaves, of Rito, N. M. Announ
cements of the happy event are
out. A sister of the bride, Miss
Lucaria-Chaves", will be married
at the same time to Mr. Dionicio
Official Minutes
.Board of Supervisors
G)fficial Report,
Primary, Oct. 24th,
191 1 Contfd
Republican- Surveyor,;
Republican- Sheriff,' St. Johps,
Joe Baca, 1
Democrat- Hank Sharp, utri-
osq, 1
Democrat, John Tyler, St.
Johns, ! 2
Republican- Clerk Superior .Ct, . .
St. Johns, Jos. K, Udall 1
Precinct Officers:
Republican Precinct Cqmmittee-
. a5 St: Johns;
9
10
4
Democrat- Precinct Committee
men: St.. Johns.
SolBarth, 15. f
Springecville,t Guy W. Hlt,
Eagar, B. B. Crosby, ! ;
Alpine, Warren Tenney,
Nutrioso, D. C. Hamblin, 3: Mar
cellus Hulsey. 1 ; William Lund,
1; Orson Wilkins, 4; JosiahMar
tin, 1.
The Board now adjourned un
til Oct. 28th, 1911, at 9 o'clock a.
m..
Joseph Udall, Chairman
Attest: O. D. Gallegbs, Clerk,
By G- E. Greer, deputy.
Office of the Board of Supervis
ors, Oct. 28th, 1911.'
The Board met this morning at
9:00 a. m,, pursuant to recess last
taken. Present, Joseph Udallj
chairmanpavid Ortega, member
sheriff and clerk; absent. Fred T.
Colter, member.
The Board now ordered the
clerk to certify to the Secretary
of Arizona the result of the can
vass made of the election returns
of the Primaryi Election j hefd in
Apache County, Oct. 24th. 1911,
as to all candidates for state offi
ces, giving the number of votes
feast for each and every candi?
"elate,
We, the Board, now find that
after canvassing the returns o
the votes polled in the several
precincts, that the foDowing na
med persons for the respective
offices in each party having re
ceded the highost number of
votes'are therefore the candidates
of the respective parties for the
county offices until regularly
changed as provided by law. and
the clerk of this Board is hereby
ordered to have their names
printed on the pfficial ballot for
the elction to be held on the 12th
day of December, A, D. 1911.
Republican Party:
State Senator, J. L. Hubbell.
State Representative N. Gonzal
es.. . .
Judge of Superior Court, Reamer
Clerk &t mot'Cbutt
.Greer, '
Sheriff, Sylvester Peralta.
Recorder, Theodore topes. ,
Treasurer, Monico Garcia.
Supt, of Schools, B.Y . Peterson. v
County Attorney, Fred W. lfel
son. ' ' ;
Assessor, Dionicio Duran.
Supt. of Roads, Isaac Isaacson.
Supervisors: '
Hyrum Knight, J R. Arinijo,
Pedro B. Candelaria. '
Democrat Party:
State Senator, Fred T. Colter;: -State
Representative, WA H;Gib
bons. ' y
Judge of Superior Court, John D.
Yates.' " :-
Clerk of Superior Courts Herbert
Berry, -Shedif,
Frank Wallace,
KecSrder Henry J. Piatt.
Treasurer, Henry C. Overson.
Supt. of Schools, T. J. Bouldin
County Attorney, Chas, JarviSsr
Supt. of Roads, Elisha Avergtte, -1
Assessor, Andres Saavedra.
Surveyor, W. D. Rencher,
Supervisors:
J. H. Greer, John C.Hal,l', Thorn
as Phelps. y t
The following named candV
dates for county precinct commit
teemen having received the high
est number of votes in their ne
spective precincts are therefore '
hereby declared elected to the of
fice of precinct committeemen
for their party as follows:
Republican:
St. Johns Precinct, J. S GibbonsF
Epimenio Armijo, Frank Gafij
jnijo, 42; Frank Gallegos, ,41; Ove
E. Overson, 1 .
Concho: .
Roman. Martinez, 38,; fA, B. Can
delaria, 39. Tk- r ;
Hunt:
E. L Whiting, 4 .
' . El(Tule: ;
Bernardo Gonzaljes, 1$; Juan Gri
ego, 19 . . : ' I '
St. Michaels: ,
S. E, Day, .Sr.,ll
No. tJHl
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