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St. Johns herald and Apache news. [volume] (St. Johns, Apache Co., Ariz.) 1905-1917, November 02, 1911, Image 1

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fefiiff 'earnings,
I Oitfpetence for. 63d
li&&rt an account ith:ifis? ;: :
r p , -fit'
wThe White Mts. were white
over Monday morning.
'vViijgSSie -aariie ''holds feood,J as
i . ;;ik); these. mono tains all " tne
. Attorne-vs Grilbert E. Gieer
Otea Jar vis and 0, E. Over
r soh left for Phoenix today to
; ' .Jkfcfiend to business and also
1, tiake. a' few minutes at
tfie-f&Lr -
. -t ut type last week made)
-i us sav something a little bit
iwyorjg when we mentioned
work," etc.,
'djij.'the primary; instead of
campaign" the type had it
Mampaign," and w hasten
to assure our readers that we,
meant no profanity, although
expressed !
iC Jwions of the, primary as a!
gmde we might just as well
stllow the type tell the tale by
of a Gheck Account, fully
,-v..-. v -tt411' 1w.Tx- wvn sn-k
ljelp'.f'ou.to - accumulate a
iage,, why not come inl and
V We , aissure ' you pf cjiir willingness to
; .assisb you inian. way we can consistent
with sound banking principles.
No fed tap'e in .opening an account at
yrou,,can:. TJieull -arMount or-' anypart will
b!S,U'"bje.cst to your order at aayvtime.
Prank Gallegos, the popu
lar first assistant postmaster
general of the local office, has
been quite sick with a lame
throat, but is on the highwaj7
to a speedy and complete re
covery we aro glad to note.
j. M. Sandoval of Concho
is now - in the office of the
countv superintendent of the
schools, regularly engaged as
deputy to attend to the vast
amount of business in the of
fice of Judge Garcia. Mr. San
doval is doing the wprk like
an -old hand."
Henry L. Mafble was(over
from Concho last Saturday.
Mr. Marble raised a big lot
of the finest kinds of fruits.
A 'seedling white cling peacl
had ten-ounoe peaches
of an excellent flavor and i
plenty of vthem, any two of
which would -weigh more
than oae pound.
New Chairman for
'i Wffl be Hon. J. L. Hubbell
of Apache County
read in our exchanges
from the counties south that
Hon , J. Iubbell of our Co
o.fviLpache,'fras been solicited
by the republican party of
the territory to accept the
chairmanship of the new state
republican central committee
-While hQ, has been repeatedly
urged by the party leaders all
over the territory to take the
position which lcaii so effi
ciently fill, and urged to ac-
;here-, the matter of acceptance
remained .still somewhat , in
do:ubt while,;Mr. Hubbell was
here this week.
It is the first time in the
history of Apache county
that mj political organiza
tion insisted upon' an Apache
county man for this responsi
ble position in the manage
ment of oartv affairs for the
Whole territory. In this in-;
stance it seems well nigh
unanimous, among party men
in all the counties of the ter
ritory, a well merited tribute
to a- worthy member of the
republican party, and -when of Brijido Mestas, charged wi
Mr. Hubbeil -takes up that a the GoJli
' i . land for the purpose of aiding
work there will be something! the sheviff in. the recapture of
doing -all along the line in
thia campaign.
Aside from, politics, it is a
big businebs advertisement for
everybody in the county for'
him to take: the position; and
it will be at a big Sacrifice
to his individual business in-
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teres ts to aoiso.
- , , ' j
Mrs. W. H. Gibbons, ac-
companicd by her son J. 0.
tti'hhons. left for Phoeni first
. t i 4l
of this week where they
will attend the fair and visit
.relatives in7 -that, yicirfity; .at
Masrstaff thev willTDe ioihed
No. S i
by June Gibbons and John '
Gibbons, other sons now ii 1
the Normal, who go to take
an, important part on the bas
ket ball team of the Normal
which is going to bring back
the territorial banner of the
game. Hon. W. H. Gibbons
is now waiting for the return
of his family; and had it notf;
been for the. consolations of A
politics Mr. Gibbons, wo.uld ;
nohave been induced td-re-
main home now. ;
Tale and read the Hbrald
News, and always be happy
Pass around some of tbesgooji
things qf life to the friends ;
; ' m a '
Official Minutes ; ;
' Board of Supeisj.,
Office of the Board Supervisors
of'Apadhe County.
October, 27 th 1911. v
he Board of 'Supervisors of
I Apache County met this day at.,
4:oo p.m. in Special session as a
Board of Canvassers for .the;,
returns of the Primary Election
held on Ocober 24th, 19L1, and
to transact such other busniess
as may properly come before it
1 Tk J. T 1- TT J . 11 M
"eseni, josepn uaan unairman,
uavia urtegfa, memoer, uierK.'
and other officers. Absent,
Fred T. Colter member.
In view of the fact that the
Sher ff and Jailor was not negf-
Hgent in permitting the escape.
said Mestas, the. Boaird now
ordered the following: resolution
entered upon its minutes:
Resolved: That the Board of
Supervisors of Apache County
hereby authorize the Sheriff of
said County to offer a reward
of not exceeding $75. op to be
Paid for the capture of the
said Brijidt)' Mestas, and retucn
, . . , , , ;, w
thereof to the custody of the
On , the following page will
be found the canvass of the;
Election Returns of the CouutyT
by precincts, of the Primary
, ' '-ni1 , n
Election held Oct. 1911, show
ing the Candidates T names and
e number
of votes, for eaph;.
xeporD .on ooiir -.page:
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