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Ul) APACHE NEWS
ST. JOHNS. APACHE CO.. ARIZONA, NOVEMBER 1, 1906.
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VENUS MINING CO.
Figuring on Five Hundred
Foot Contradi of
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. Price .of Stock Going Up
Ño Hot Air by Officers of the
Verms Co. Everything Looks
Like a Big Success
mm WE FEEL
f interest to note that I The Apache County Republican
That Central Arizona is destin
ed to boom in mining circles', is
attested to by many camps whose,
prosperous futures seem certain.
.One of the camps with an assur
ed ftúure, is the Venus.
fLhis is the company in the
interest or which our fellow
townsman, EH S. Perkins, went
?ast recently. No hot air is
being distributed bv either Mr.
Perkins or any other member of
the company, but it is generally
understood that, they are figur
ing on letting a contract for live
hundred feet of development
It is almost certa in that with
it ma y e or
while the stock which., has been
sold up to the present has 1 been j
sold at ten cents per share, that
the board, of directors has decid
ed that after the first day of
November the price of stock will
be twenty-five cents per share.
This is quite a nice raise in the
stock, and we believe the. prop
erty and the management will
justify the raise. We hope to
be able to chronicle the continued
successes of the Venus as every
big success in the belt means
that the others who are operat
ing in the section have a. better
chance of success. -News-ILirald.
The republican candidates are camcr yng
in. town now, after a trip out
around the County. Messrs.
Carrillo and Tafolln, musicians
accompanied them on their
DELEGATE TO CONSTITUTIONAL
J. L, Hubbell,
Capt. John T. Houe,
of St. Johns -
FOR ASSEMBLYMAN,- '
S. E Day, Sr. '
' of St. Michaels : ,
FOR SUPERVISORS, V,
Pedro B. Candelaria,
of Eagar ,
The democratic' candidate? are
making a tour of the towns in
the southern part of the County,
holding public tallies and visit
ing the people
LÍJíiL a UiVJUIJl CM VYUltt. ' Ult v unto i f
Mining Company will have a foret the Statehood
showing of which it may be j Question at the bottom )f the
proud and which will send the (ballot to be voted next Tuesday,
price of its stock upward. ,mlí For or against, don't forget it.
of .St. Johns
Sylyciítcr Peralta, :
of St. Johns
of t. .Johns
of St. .1 ohns
FOR PROBATE JUDGE,
oí St. .Johns 7
Of our Ability to handle your Bank
ing Business to your entire Satisfaction,
: We shall be glad of an Oppor-
6 turity to Talk with You.
THE APACHE COUNTY BANK & TRUST CO.
St. Johns, Arizona
Mr. Guadalupe García an old
time resident of this part of the
County, is in, our midst shaking
hands with his many friends.
I Hon. and Mrs J. B- Patterson
! will give a wedding reception in
I in honor of their son and daugh-
fadges, Juan Candelaria avid
W. Sanders, Sr.
Inspector, Heber Jar-vijs
Judges, J. A. Bigelow, L. J.
Nut rioso Precinct:
Inspector, G. B7 Chapin
Judges, Marcelius H'ulsey. Orson
Inspector, John Jepson
Judges, J. N. Skousen. W. I
Inspector, W. S. Gibbons
Judges, Sylvester Hale, Jacob
Inspector, A. L- Tru.is.
Judges, H. Lynch, John E. Smith
St. Michaels Precinct:
Inspector, Anseim Webber
Judges, Eduardo Silva, John
Bishop and Mrs. C. P. Ander
son will giveá wedding reception
in honor-of Mr. and Mrs. Joy B.
Patterson, on the evening of '
Mr. and E- M; Whiting held a
wedding reception in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Brown,
at their residence here on the
evening of the 26th ult.
Springerville remains in statu
q uo with, no immediate prospect
for being run down by a railroad
or overtaken by a Winged Ship.
The candidates with smiles
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Toy-B. -Patw-.j broad and bland recently included
sou, 011 the evening of Nov, 3d. jour Village in their itinerary,
Appointed by Board of Super-1
visors, July 2, 1906.
' St. Joh n&- Preoinct :
Inspector, Reamer Ling
Judges, Felipe Salazar, August
Mineer . 7;
Inspector, Gustav Becker
Judges, Gregorio Baca, "James F
El Tule Precinct
Inspector, Nicolas Chavez '
Judges, Eutimio Baca, Moroni
Richey . - v-
still-hunting for Votes T.ieir
t fear's-and hopes will soon be laid
i to rest-until the resurrection two
years hence. ,
, Dr. Rudd is slow.iy recovering
from a sprained ankle, which
has more or less incapacitated
him for his professional duties.
Mr. Julius Becker leaves at an
early date for California.
The public school mill is going
thru its daily grind shaping and
developing plastic minds for
useful work in Ufe.
A literary society will soon be
organized at which wit ad wis
dom aré expected 'to ' flow freely.
The young people were given
a Hallow'een party at the h ne
of Miss, Bessie Jea2:an on the
evening óf the 3d Miss. Rea
gan is an attractive and 'enter
taining ;,hostess and., all pleasent
Inspector Benigno Lopez
enioyed the .even t:
Oct. 29 ' aIagistrk"-