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mX:C - SUPERVISORS.:, .'v;v $f JOHNS DRUG 0i-I
St' Johns. Arizona. September 23, 1912.
Theltoard of Supervisors of apache County, Arizona, met in .
fef regular session, according to law at 10 o'clock a. m. for. the pur-;
pdse of canvassing returns of Primary Election held on SeptenW
her 10th, 1912, J. R. Armijo, Chairman of the Board, Pedro Can
delarin, member Sylvester Peralta' sheriff of Apache County and
treedoTe Lopez, Clerk of the board being present. Absent, H.
':, After thoroughly canvassing returns of 5saidPrimary Election
the Board found the following to be the1' results of .same. n
;Fred S. Breen, R, ,
HWal A'.Smith, R;
Walter Talbot, R.
Geo.:Babbitt, D, .
Lysandr Cassidy, D.
JohnR. Hampton, , D.
Wiley E Jones, D.
W. A. O'Connor,' D.
JEJ. A. Tovrea, D.
W. T. Webb, B. '
yE. S.Clark, P.' . '
i John Greenway I:
'l)wiehtsB. Heard, P.
S:I. Brooks 3.
13. Simantbn,: S.
Paul E. White,; Sv ,
OVr Representatives to-f
Thos. E. Campbell, R.
Carl Havden, D.
pp; Robert S. Fisher. P. j '
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Precinct Committeeman :
Concho, A. B. Candelaria, ., 5. Idbias Ydunis R,;7. H. L.x
MarWe, D, 7. ' -T : :"y'-r ' ' 4" .
St. Johns, 6. E. Overson,RMv SrankGallegcfs, R. 6 Sol.
Barth, D. 2. Li. R. Gibbons,. D 1. W. H? Gibbons, D. 1. J. B.
Patterson, Jr., Pro. 4. , ' ; ; J v ;
Hunt, Richard Gibbons, Prog! 3., ' " ,
'utrioso, MdTcelius Hulsey, R'.iJ. Qrso,n Vilkins, D; 1. J.
ILee, Progf, 1. . . ' . . ! t '
Eagar, W, B. Eagar, R. 3. J, H. Pearce, R. 2.'C Love,. Mi
-St.. Michaels, J. 'L. Hubbell, R. 6. Sam. E. Day, D. 3. , ; !
, . iNo elections were held in precincts not listed above.
The Board then adjourned until Monday Oct. 7, 1912.
J. R, A-mi jo, Chairman.' Theodore IyO;ez, Clerk.
a state of
f Dear Editor: , up, fenced
; x see my old, friend Dennis is cultivation. I went up through
contributing locals to ybur paper the Narrows, the land there has
from Springeryille. Dennis is a been taken for day-farming.
t rigth down good fellow' especial- Now Dennis right here I am
Iv when he is asjeep. going to stop and take We up a
Do you remember; Dennis dry farm. I don't mind irri
:? when we beat our way from gating land in the lpw p aces
Kansas city to Albuquerque from but it is too mnchv work to get
thereout we had to count ties water on. the high places.
: Vunbil we got to Guam and there This is one reason why I like
;v; we got on again, but at Navajo dry farming the best, another
. . they fired us.off. Fiom there we reason is that when a fellow gets
.-went to Concho you' went to his crop in and is a litUeired of
Springerville and settled down, home life he can take a spin'out,
I still went on the bum. You and when he comes back his crop
ftook up readily to city life, and has taken any hurt.
are now writing locals for the Well during this time, I went to
f: paper. I am still looking around Guam and along down the rail
;;Uifora place to. hang my hat and , road ? where we came to! grief
; "commence life anew. when we first struck this countrv.
The other day I went up, to when I got to Holbrook I took
frRaiMh, ihe people there haye a the soapier o.. .Springer ville to
Replace. The land below the see yoennis,' but you were out
feservoir is all very nearly taken 0f iowrt iNow ennte come and,
life be sure and bring uncle
Zeke wiok you we will sure ha e
a good .time. Say Dennis, he is
a jolly old coot, does he look
.anything like he used to? . He
used to be pretty well up on legs,
wore a stove pipe hat. slightls
round shouldered and wore chin 1
By the way Dennis I took a
spin on t to Dry Creek the other
day, after several miles traveling
throusrh scattered cedars over
have'dbne they- dogged down into
their houses and left me standing :
I went to severaL dwellings and 4
they all treated me the same way .
I did not get up as far as uncle'",,
Zeke's place, but turned ancl;
came by the way of St. Johns
The fii-bt house 1 camej to -the-
inmates came out and ask me iu. :.
That was sumetning likel Qouirt- ;
es-y. A ' ''
Now Dennis the iiihabitarCoSrfof
St. Johns must have, been evoluor
malpais boulders I came to a city ?S .io ,onf time than has
u -c... ri.- rx the inhabitants of Dry Creek, or
v aoii iviu ri .u. w..i i
ennrm rlieta rra T inmp. niit into a
hpsi.nhit'nl v11pttl . T tnrnpfl to thfi . yielded
left aiid came upon
p'ace that over looked the valley
lying south of me. 1 could see
the' t)wns here and thereall over.
else those of St. Johns
to its ? iufluence
Now Dennis you can seerlynv
the inhabitants of ,Dry Creelrl:
can pay their,, taxes in yrrost
th'e y. lle.v' with, g .od openings r au cney aoissu.o i ine
...r ...uQ t. .,.,-.,. , .jM,7iot their houses and chat cer
direction you wish to travel
througti the valley. As I drew
near to the flrsti town,bhe inhab-
were 11 out on foe tops of their j u hj .fl bf Ue ta,esy
knnoQe I Izi ri rr cur. m Q I ip Q.I I r
one anothfgr. So vou see
how uncle Zeker haso kepJi
articulating organs gtii ng toK'Be'pSf "
houses looking at me. They ail
had receding foreheads and were
dressed in unionsuits of y eh ow Zeke Hawkins I would ct:me
and yell owibh brown colors. As
"drw near they manifested a
c nsideraile uneas neas and
whn I got . l(ise enough to speak
to them instead of them receiving
Now Dennis, if T. were Uncle
St. Johns among a m-re prog-res
si ve community fhari ;what ther
are in Dry, Creek. Wouldn't you?"
'.Cbuldrft Walk ' 1
a weakness peculiar to
women," writes' Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, III
nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides.
X tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally,,
our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint. I was so
thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I a:n J
never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in
fine health at 52 years."
We have thousands of such letters, and more are
arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who
have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegeta
ble, tonic medicine, for women.
Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak
women up to health and strength. If you are a woman,
give it a trial. It should help you, for it has helped a mil
lion others. It is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredi
ents, which act promptly and surely on the Womanly organs.
It is a good tonic. Try it! Your druggist sells it
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