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Snlpi and .St Johns,MH6r,ld NON-PARTISAN. Published eyry Saturday at St. Johns, Arizona. M- 1 i 1 1 Ui; ' " ' Thf Oííícial Paper oi Apache County. LLOYD C. HENNING, Editor and Proprietor. r SUBSCRIPTION: .. " til' ' ?nt mnth 20 Tkr months , .35 Six months 0 On year... $1.00 WA1I subscriptions must I paid in ADVANCE. The papar will b stepped at the expiration of the time paid for. Entered in the postoffice at St. Johns, Arizona, as second-class mail matter. May J 4, t?03, under Act f Congress of March 3, JS79. Advertising rates furnished on application. To Build San Garlos Dam. Both of the railway companies seeking a rigbt-of-way up the Gila canyon have been notified by the government that they must put their roadbeds above the crest line of the San Carlos dam, says the Florence Blade. This indicates the intention of i Nog-ales the government to construct this 'great water storage dam, which will reclaim 100,000 acres of the public domain besides watering the public lands of this valley. As it is to be to the interest of both these railroads to have this v Colon I . Bird, has been favoring joinlrp. statehood while the Daily Newly; has been opposing it. The meet-! ing decided by a vote of 84 to 5 that statehood with New Mexico ! would be obnoxious to the people of Arizona and the citizens of will use all possible influence to dereat the measure, when it comes to a vote in the United vStates senate at tiie coming session of congress. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. The following prices will .be charged for announcing can didates for office: For Deleerate to on press. $15. 0ft For County ' offices'. . '5.00 ! entail a greater cost in the con- j : struction or their roadbeds. The solar motor which for some time past has been in ooeration a rich agricultural land brought j south ' of town under the under cultivation as soon as pos- .diction of F. J. Burns has been sold, and during the past few days has been taken clown and loaded on a car. The work was pos sible they will probably cheer fully comply with these instruc tions from the government, not- For Precinct offices 2.S0 Special announcements ori The same ?aPer sa3rs; "A write-ups in the inteieV'of " the ! P5lvate letter written the editor candidates will be charged for at ! of the Blade bv an administra te rate of 10 cents per line,' and 1 tion official w"0 is in position to must be signed by the person know wheref he speaks, states tnat the ban uarlos reservoir will annoucing himself. withstanding a, compliance will I C0111Pleted Wednesday evening and that ame evening if was j shipped to Willcox, where it i will again be placed in operar livii, pumiJiu water ior cattle. The. value of the motor has been fully demonstrated here, and it is believed by those interested in ! the machine that it will be onlv a question of time until they will be built and that work will FOR SHERIFF. started on it very soon. " 1 be in general use all over the I hereby announce myself as a " 8 west Mr- Estes, who has been candidate for re-election to the A mass meetln of the citizens associated with Mr. Burns in the office of Sheriff of Apache Coun- of Noales was held on Wednes- operation of the motor, will ty, subject to the action of the day evening of this week for the leave with him for their home in Convention. I puip- Ul aiscussm& rne Ques-poston some time this week.- tion or joint statehood and get- j Phoenix Gazette. be 'Republican Count ; ting the sense of the community FOR SHERIFF. "on the subject. The Nogales! I hereby announce myself as a candidate for election, to the j office of Sheriff of Apache,, Coun ty, subject to the action of the1 Republican County Convention. Dionicio Duran. FOR TREASURER. -1 hereby announce myself as a Candidate for re-election to the .office of Treasurer of Apache .Qountjr, subject to the action ofj fehe Republican County Conven ía HAND RO ORTKGA. ifubscribe for Tscfi Spjs-rald 1 MHKW.'v-'inil.'-.rwMKr 1 1 levi smm M . r c 04. u ; 1 cojap&i zj vetoed I Fearful Odds Against Him, ' Bedridden, alone and destitute, Siich, in brief was the condition, ; of an old soldier by name of J. J. Havens, Versailles, O. For years he was troubled with Kidney disease and neither doctors nor medicines gave him relief. At length he tried Electric Bitters. Itputhimon his feet in short order and now he testifies. 'I'm on the road to complete recove ry." Best on earth for Liver and 'Kidney troubles and all forms o7f Stomach and Bowel Complaints. Only 5bc. Guaranteed by St. 3ohns Drug Co. a 4' 1 w \n\n Syivestrb Peralta.