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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 8 December 1921

ST. JOHNS HERALD 0)T. JOHNS HERALD AND APACHE NEWS J. W. Waite, Publisher entered in the Post Office at St. Johns, Arizona as Seeoad Class Mail Matter. nsned every Thorsdoy. Subscription price $1.50 a year, in advance OFFIOAL, DIRECTORY i o, Judge Superior Court - A. S. Gibbons i Joy B. Patterson, Supervisors, Joseph Udall Burr W. forter. B. Y. Peterson, Clerk Sheriff ... John E. Eagar Clerk, Superior Court, Levi S. Udall G. E. Greer Viola M. Overson Benj. Brown. Jr A. E. Thurber Nancy L. Gibbons Dr. T. J. Bouldin W. A. Saunders John H. Udall County Attorney Recorder - 'Treasurer Assessor School Supt. Co. Supt Health State Senator State Representative Dec. 8, 1921 HERMIT THRUSH MUSICAL Northern Nightingale Term " Applied to Bird Who Has Loveliest Song of All Mountain Voices.' Of all our mountain's voices, of course, the loveliest is the song of the hermit thrush, the nightjngale of .North America, who sings m the deep, cool northern woods. On our particular mountainside, however, th...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 8 December 1921

ST. JOHNS HERALD AROUSING HER SUSPICION Old Lady And what are we stopping here for, my dear man ? Conductor For water, . madam Old Lady Are you sure' it is not forsomething stronger than that? A COAT IN RECORD TIME. Sir Richard Throckmorton is the possessor of a coat, the like of which is perhaps unknown. It was made for his great-uricle, 110 years, -ago. At five o'clock on the morn ing of June 28 the wool was shorn from the, backs of two South Down :sheep; at a quarter past six o'clock in the evening Sir Richard's great uncle was sitting down to dinner in a coat made from that wool. The wool, in less than 14 hours had been washed, carded, stubbed, roven, spun and woven into cloth; which in turn was scoured, pulled, tented, raised, sheared, dyed and dressed. The tailors set to work, and mad? up the finished damson-colored cloth with such rapidity that great uncle John received his coat from their hands at 15 minutes after sir. ORIGIN OF JAPANESE FLAG Briggs Miss Belaire certainly 'h...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 8 December 1921

ST. JOHNS HERALD IIP m MfcfCAVENPim" r'S COPY1 RIGHT. BY RANDALL PAISH CHAPTER X Continued. 15 My glance wandering about the foom aimlessly fell upon the valise in one corner. It was just where I re membered leaving It when I went out, yet I saiv something which surely resembled a slash In the leather. I crossed over, and bent down: it was slash, the clean, cut of a knife, run ning" from end to end, penetrating through both leather and cloth. Who ever had done the deed had been un able to operate the lock, and had The Dagger I Had Concealed There I Was Gone. ed 'the blade as a last resort, slit ting the entire bag wide open. I in serted my hand and felt within; noth ing seemed missing, or greatly dis turbed. I explored t the bottom, and t'hen sprang to my feet in startled amazement the dagger I had con cealed there was gone! ' Good God! what could be the raean- JLiig of this? She had worn that orna- rpent in her hat openly, purposely, to 3jool me Into believing her Innocent. There c...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 8 December 1921

ST. JOHNS HERALD ARE YOU A SUFFERING WOMAN? Health is Most Important to You Lincoln, Nebr. ''At one time I became very miserable with weakness from which women suffer. I suffered all the time. One of my neighbors . urged me to take Dr. Pierce's Favor ite Prescription because it had cured her of similar symptoms, so I decided to try it. The first bottle made me feel so much better, I took four more, and feel certain that in that one experience Favorite Prescription saved me tfrom the operating table and the sur geon's knife. Two years afterwards when the turn of life commenced, I took the 'Prescription' again with the result that I came through strong and healthy and am still maintaining wonder ful health." Mrs. Martha Strayer. 218 So. 19th St. Send 10c to Dr. Pierce's, Buffalo, N. Y., for trial pkg. Prescription tablets. Stop Ford Chattering Have your Dealer install Cork Insert Brake Linin tor tor as wxxsm Males Fords work imooth Xvyi3 Free booklet tells why. Write for it ADVANCE AU...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 8 December 1921

ST. JOHNS HERALD GOODYEAR TIRES ' -C PARTLY SO Quizzer How did Flyter come through that airplane accident? Calm and collected, I presume? "Whizzer He's calm, all right, and they're collecting him now. SALMON WITH WHITE FLESH. r . . i The largest, best-known and most valuable salmon is the Chinook, found from Yentura bay in Cali fornia to Morton sound in Alaska, j and on the Asiatic coast from north ern China to the Arctic. Li the spring the body of this fish is sil ver, and on the back and on the dor sal fin and tail are black spots which are nearly round. In the fall the color of the nsh turns to dark red. The average weight of these fish is about twenty-two pounds, but ' individuals weighing 100 pounds J are sometimes taken. In some wa- J ters the flesh of the Chinook salmon is "salmon red," but in southeast Alaska, Puget sound and British Columbia a large percentage of them, estimated at one-third, have white flesh. The fish authorities say that no reasonable explanation of this ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 15 December 1921

VOLUME 38 ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1921 NOU7 Happenings Locally Hon. Fred T. Colter was attending to business in St. Johns this week. David Chnstensen came u p. from Winslqw Sudnay to attend to, some bus- . mess matters Levi S. Udall, trustee in districtNo 11 was attending school for a couple of days tms week. Ernest Dannenbaum, son of Mr. and Mrs.. M. Dannenbaum of this city was over from Holbrook for a few days this week. V Velora Hamblin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hamblin, returned Sunday from Flagstaff, where she has ispent Berry Jolley, who has been at Wins low for the past month, returned home fcunday. He says that everything is very quiet there. Mr. and Mrs. FrankJThomas and their son Earl, of Flagstaff are visiting with relatives and friends here in St Johns. They will remain until after Christmas. Frank Gallegos a long time .'resident of Apache county was attending to business matters at the county seat for the first few days of the wee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 15 December 1921

0 ST. JOHNS HERALD LATEST MARKET QUOTATION! Furnished by U.S. BUREAU OF MARKETS Washington D.C. (TTtsUrn Keirspaper Colon Ness sertie.) Hay. Timothy markets in central west generally stronger than a week ago. Prices up about 50c per ton but coun try loadings are increasing and demand is limited. Alfalfa prices unchanged. Prairie weak and about $1 lower at Kansas City. Eastern markets steady; southern markets dull and inactive. Quoted Nov. 25: No. 1 timothy, New York. $27.50; Cincinnati, $19.50; Chi , cago, $23.50; Minneapolis, $19; 'Kansas uuy, $i; at Atlanta, $25. xmo. i al falfa, Kansas City, $22; Memphis, $24; Minneapolis, $21. No. 1 prairie, Kan sas City, $11.50; Minneapolis, $15.50; umcago, $17.50. Feed. Markets quiet at offerings fair. Re ceipts and stocks irenerally erood. Sup plies qf cottonseed cake and meal at mills Heavier tnan last year, due to subnormal demand. Linseed meal steady; production sufficient to supply present needs. Alfalfa meal and corn feeds dull; prices u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 15 December 1921

ST. JOHNS HERALD ST. JOHNS HERALD AND APACHE NEWS J. W. Waite, Publisher It is less loss entered in the Post Office at St. Johns, Arizona as SecondCIassMail Matter. Ipeued every Thurflday. Subscription price $1.50 a year, in advance Selling Gasoline below cost than selling Flour be- low cost. Gasoline does not have to be delivered mmjmam mm m OFFICIAL DIRECTORY Judge Superior Court - A. S. Gibbons iJoy B. Patterson, Joseph Udall Burr W. Porter, B. Y. Peterson, Clerk Sheriff ... John E. Eagar Clerk, Superior Court, Levi S. Udall County Attorney Recorder Treasurer Assessor School Supt. Co. Supt Health State Senator State Representative G. E. Greer Viola M. Overson Benj. Brown. Jr A. E. Thurber Nancy L. Gibbons Dr. T. J. Bouldin W. A. Saunders John H. Udall Dec. 15, 1921 QUAKES A BURDEN ON ITALY Government in Fifteen Years Has Ex pended More Than $44,600,000 in Work of Relief. In the last 15 years, during which period Italy has been stricken by earthquakes 13 times, the Italian governm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 15 December 1921

ST. JOHNS HERALD The Myster theS ilverDa By Randall Parrish Author of aThe Strange Case of Cavendish" Oopyrlgkt, by R&nOiU Prxli CHAPTER X Continued. 16 I shook my head, but this only an gered Costigan. "Ah, stow that," he broke In rough ly, "we know you never got it, but ehe did. There ain't no other way It could have been done. The dame left with Alva. George here saw her go out with him. Then the next morn ing the guy was found dead, his pock ets rifled, and the bag of cash gone. How was he croaked do you know? OPunctured from behind with some orter sharp instrument, no bigger than a hat-pin. It looked like a wom an's job, but she got away clean. And what then? The next night she turns tip with you over at Perond's blowing In the coin, and the two of yer havin a h 1 of a time. That proves yer were together, don't it?" ."We're not going to blow this to the police," broke in Harris, as Dan paused for breath. "That ain't the idea at all. But we want a share of that dough. You co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 15 December 1921

ST. JOHNS HERALD J I Wa ...... ::. iwFamm, mm wm mm mi m mi n k& 7 Seek ye the Lord, all ye meek of the earm, wnicn have wrought his judg ment; seek righteousness, seek meekness: It may be ye shall be hid. In the day of the Lord's anger. For GflZR shrill ho fnr-cn Iron nrwl Ash. kelon a desolation: they shall drive lout. -Asnaoa at the noonday, and Ekron shall be rooted up. Woe unto the inhabitants of the sea coast, the nation of the Cherethites! the word of the Lord is against you; O Canaan, the land of the Philistines, I will even destroy thee, that there shall be no Inhabitant Zephaniah 2:3-5, By JOHN DICKINSON SHERMAN. SCALON (Ashkelon) is a desolation the words of the prophet were fulfilled long ago. But out of the desolation are now coming relics that shall add much to the knowledge of the present concerning the day in which the prophet wrote. At Christmas time everyone has a thought of Jerusalem and Palestine. And Ascalon is close to Jerusalem and the birthplace or Herod ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 15 December 1921

MARRIED AFTER FIFTY YEARS French Nobleman Waited Half a Cen tury to Wed the Sweetheart of His Childhood. A boy and girl romance which be gan 50 years ago, during the reign of the third1 Napoleon, ended hap pily in a London register office re cently when Duke de la Chatre, a member of an old French family, married the widow of a British dra goons officer, Mrs. Digby Went worth, a pretty woman with slightly fading hair. The age of both bride and bridegroom is given as sixty five. Mrs. Wentworth's first husband was Capt. William Digby Went worth, Seventh dragon guards. The duke and Mrs. Wentworth were plaj'mates in childhood, and as years passed "the early friendship con tinued. It was while the duke, who is a great traveler, was abroad that Mrs. Wentworth met and fell in love with Captain Wentworth. They were married and came to live in England. The duke, who remained a bachelor, maintained affection for his early playmate and recently met Mrs. Wentworth again in London. FOOD GOING TO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 15 December 1921

ST. JOHNS HERAID . HEALTH IS VITAL Here is How to Take Proper Care of It Oklahoma City, Okla. "We used three bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery for my husband and : It helped bo much did him lota of good. I 'freely recommend this 'Discovery' to anybody that is suffering from a run down, weakened condition. There is no doubt it is a great building-up medicine." Mrs. J. Montano, 732 West F (G. D.) If you need a building-up tonic, ob tain Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery from your nearest druggist, or write Dr. Pierce, president Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., for free medical advics. Why Fords Rattle and Shake Step h' net die cxi'i fault Fcni arc well exxie. It It't the fault of hard, lEdc brake Enincu witSt Comet it by bursts your dctks iatUll CORK IN: SERF UHING Intootini "Story of Cork Insert" free oa requeA ADVANCE AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES CORP. U 17ZS Prairie Arenue, Lhicaro Women Made Young Bright eyes, a dear skin and a body full of youth and health may be y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 15 December 1921

ST. JOHNS TTF.RATJ) GOODYEAR TIRE M.- -Li Are now the Lowest in Price and the Highest in Quality that they have ever - 30x3 Smooth ' $ 9.85 30x31-2 Non-skid 10.95 ; : 30x3 1-2 A. W. T. 14.75 All other sizes are reduced in proportion This is what you have been waiting for. Si Johns, Arizona 1 ,4 y-. J COMES FROM BIBLE TIMES. The phrase "Naboth's Vineyard" is an expression used to denote any possession greatly coveted by oth ers. It is handed down from Bib lical times. Naboth's vineyard, was in Jezreel, and was greatly coveted by Aliab ( 917-898 B. ), king of Israel. Na both. however, declined to sell the vineyard to the king or to exchange if for another, and was, in conse quence, cruelly murdered on a false charge of blasphemy. He was d ceived by the infamous queen, Jeze bel. Ahab took immediate posses sion of the vineyard, but was mot by .the prophet Elijah, wh de nounced the wickedness of the king and queen, and foretold the awful aoom that awaited Jezebel and he children. Philip ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 22 December 1921

N0.18 0k(00 A Christmas Carol. The sweetest story ever told; Tho' often heard ne'er grows old. That tiny babe in the manger Guarded by angels from all danger. Of the star that shone in the East; And the shepherds guarding their sheep, Were given a message of the glad news " That a king was born unto the Jews. They arose and mounted their beasts, Followed the star that shone in the East; Found the wee babe in his mother's arms, And vowed they'd save him from all harm. The angels sang their songs That men were saved from all wrongs; -And the songs shall forever ring From happy lips that ever sing. "Peace on earth, good will toward men, Those wcrd3, have saved men from worlds of sin. God gave his son, whosoever said" he, Then I am sure he sent him for me". Thelma Marmaduke The Famous XLNTTamales and Chili at the Ozark. A. V. Whitmer. deputy game warden of Alpine was in the city Tuesday. SWEETS DELICIOUS CANDY in Beautiful Gift Boxes are now on display at the Drug Store. Buy that chicke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 22 December 1921

ST. JOHNS HERALD The Mystery of the Silver Dagger CHAPTER XI Continued. 17 I stole as silently as possible across to the door. It was securely locked, of course, and could be forced open, If at all, only by creating considerable alarm. I stood, staring helplessly about, feeling the impossibility of escape; I could only wait for my jail ers to appear, impotent to aid myself in any way or her. After all, that last thought was the most impelling. That they suspected Marie Gessler of being implicated in both murder and robbery was clearly evident; indeed, they not only suspected, but were con vinced that she had done the deed. I was secretly obliged to admit that they had some reason to so believe; that they even possessed proof which would probably convict her in court of the crime. This gave them a ter rible advantage' over the girl, once they had her bodily in their posses sion. Guilty or not guilty, she could not establish her innocence; under torture and threat, such as they would ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 22 December 1921

ST. JOHNS HERALD" WORLD' A N PLEDGE AGAINST WAR OVER PA CIFIC MATTERS TO HAVE "COOLING OFF PERIOD." PRESIDENT DELIVERS STIRRING ADDRESS TO CONGRESS IN PERSON. SYNOPSIS OF SPEECH URGES MANY REFORMS IN ADMIN ISTRATION POLICIES BY NEW CONGRESS. (Western Newspaper Union Newi Smlce.) Washington. Stressing the great and far-reaching contribution which the American people must be prepared to make toward th& economic and fi nancial rehabilitation of a world still staggering under the disordered condi tions bequeathed by war, President Harding voiced a solemn warning in the message he delivered in person to Congress that "no permanent read justments can be effected without con sideration of our Inescapable relation ship to world affairs in finance and trade." "We should be unworthy of our best traditions if we were unmindful of so cial, moral and political conditions which are not of direct concern to us, but which do appeal to the human sympathies and the very becoming in terest of a pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 22 December 1921

ST. JOHNS HERALD ST. JOHNS HERALD AND APACHE NEWS J. W. Waite, Publisher r ektcred in the Pool Office at St. Johns, ArUona V Second CltMil Matter. CffBued eTery Thursday. SubBcription priee $1.50 a year, in advance. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY Jndge Superior Court - A. S. Gibbons i Joy B. Patterson, Supervisors, f Joseph Udall 1 Burr W. Porter. B. Y. Peterson, Clerk. Sheriff - - - John E. Eagar Clerk, Superior Court, Levi S. Udall County Attorney - G. E. Greer Recorder - , - Viola M. Overson Treasurer - - Benj. Brown. Jr Assessor - - A. E. Thurber School Supt. - Nancy L. Gibbons Co. Supt Health Dr. T. J. Bouldin State Senator - W. A. Saunders State Representative John H. Udall Dec. 22, 1921 GREW WARY CF THAT LAUG, Lloyd George's Infectious Merriment Became a Matter of Suspicion to Italian Statesman. Mr. Bonomi, the new Italian pre mier, is reported by IEurope Nou velle to have derived much enter tainment from his attendance at the recent Paris conference of the su preme council. The two thin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 22 December 1921

ST. JOHNS HERALD OOOOOOO Christmas Wedding Bells By MARY GRAHAM BONNER OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Copyright. 1921, "Western Newspaper Union. LIZABETTI had always, it is true, admired Howard. He was so faith ful and good and reliable. He had been good to his mother and his sister. Every one knew he "would be good to a wife, and they all knew, too, that he wanted Elizabeth for his wife. "You're foolish not to take him," they said. "We all know you have the opportunity to do so every time he goes to see you. We would wager he'd proposed any number of times." "I don't .know about that," Eliza beth would laugh. They could get nothing out of her. Once some of them spoke to How ard. "We wish you two would get mar ried. We're tired of seeing you court ing all the time." Howard smiled. "It's up to Elizabeth," he said. One woman spoke to Elizabeth one day in a very serious fashion. "The trouble with you," the woman said, "is that you've always had so much attention. .Not only Howard, but everyone has ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 22 December 1921

ST. JOHNS HERALD NElST0 DATE CAUGHT FROM THE NETWORK OF wires round about '-'" the .World. DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD OF IMPORTANT EVENTS CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE. (Western Newspaper Union News Serrice. ) WESTERN Prank Pnrraelee, 74 years old, for merly president of an omnibus com pany in Chicago bearing his name, died InLos Angeles after an illness of many months. His philanthropy identified him with many charity work interests Bunning away from the Security State Bank at Robbinsdale, a suburb of Minneapolis, with rolls of currency under either arm, a bandit who a' few minutes before had robbed that insti tution, was shot and killed by the jus tice of the peace at Robbinsdale, Minn Six persons were killed in a headon collision between the eastbound Port land-Spokane limited and westbound Oregon-Washington limited trains of the Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Company, two miles east of Celilo. Twenty-two persons were in jured. A jury in the District Court at Scottsbluf...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 22 December 1921

ST. JOHNS HERALD LATEST MARKET SPECIAL RUSH SERVICE secured If you mention this paper when writing firms Itelow. - Furnished by U.S. BUREAU OF MARKETS Washington D.C. CLEANING AND DYEING Grand Dry Cleaning SltSSSk. Prompt attention to mail orders. By ERNEST FREMONT TITTLE (Pastor First Methodist Episcopal Church, Evanston, jIU.) VERY one who is ca pable of self-analysis knows that there are seasons of the soul. There are times when we feel unusually pa triotic ; times when we feel unusually thank ful ; times when we be come unusually con scious of the reality and glory of a spiritual world. Christmas is the time when we are conscious of an unusual desire to be kind. One day every year the world suddenly becomes different. Physical ly speaking,, it is the same world. The sky is the same. The streets are the same. The houses barring a touch of holly here and there are the same. But you and I and our neighbors are different. "We are more just in our judgments, more thoughtful in our at...

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