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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 4 May 1922

I ST. JOHNS HERALD SHY DAYS Ex-Boarder Well, how are things at the old place? Get hacon and eggs every morning, as usual? Boarder Oh, no ! We get an oc casional change. . Ex-Boarder You don't say so? Boarder Yes; some mornings we only get bacon. MAKING, DEAF MUTES HEAR That deaf mutes can often be edu cated to hear, at least partially, seems to be proved by the experi ences of the late Prof. Victor Ur bantschitsch of Vienna, and those of Dr. Max A. Goldstein in grilling the ears. The Lancet (London) sum marizes a paper Professor TTrbant schitsch wrote before his death, in which he gives an interesting ac count of some of the results achieved by the systematic use of acoustic exercises in a large number of deaf mute pupils of the Israelitic Deaf institute in Vienna. WHEAT FOR MONEY Wheat as a stabilizing unit of ex change instead of money based on imaginary reserves of gold or silver was suggested by Secretary of State Vician to the Syndicate of Hun garian Farmers at a recent-meeting...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 11 May 1922

VOLUME 38 NO. 37 Local Jottings 0- Dan J. Sherwood of Richville was at the county seat this week Fred T. Colter passed through St. Johns yesterday on his way to Colter. R. C. Reeder, a prosperous farmer of Floy spent Tuesday in St. Johns. Mrs. Ernest J. Whiting has been quite ill this week, but is better at this writing. Walter McClaws of Holbrook was in town Tuesday and Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Waite and chilbren are visiting friends and relatives at Ramah, N. M. FOR RENT A good pasture for cows. Will come and get your cows and bring them home. See Julius Cropas. Mr. and Mrd. Stansell H. Greer were made happy last week when a big baby boy arrived to make his home with them. Marion Gibbons and sister Mrs. Quince Gardner of Woodruff were in St. Johns visiting with their father A. V. Gibbons for severa days last week. W. H. Gibbons, Orson Wilkins and W. E. Wiltbank are the men chosen to represent Apache coun ty at the state democratic confer ence to be held at Tucson May 15. A....

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 11 May 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD LATEST MARKET OUQTATIDNS -Furnished by- U. S. BUREAU OF MARKETS Washington, D. 0. (Western Newspaper Colon Newi Senies.) Grain. Prices rose steadily through the week. Chicago May wheat up 5c. clos ing: at $1.47. Chicago May corn up c, at 62c. Principal market factors were: Bullish crop news both domestic and foreign. Higher foreign markets and trig- export sales. Chicago July wheat reached new high on crop at $l.sU at close. Kansas state report shows condition of wheat there 73.9, as compared with government estimate of 65. Kansas crop estimated between 105,000.000 and 117,000,000 bushels. Clos ing prices in Chicago cash market: No. 2 red winter wheat, 51.49; No. 2 hard winter wheat, $1.47; No. 2 mixed corn, 62c; No. 2 yellow corn, 63c; No. 3 white oats, 39c, Average farm prices: No. 2 mixed corn in central Iowa about 49c; No. 1 dark northern wheat in central North Dakota, $1.45; No. 2 hard winter wheat in central Kansas, $1.30. For the week Minneapolis May wheat up...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 11 May 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD ATrying Period Through Which Every Woman Must Pass Practical Suggestions Given by the Women Whose Letters Follow Phila., Pa. "When I was going through the Change of Life 1 was weak, nervous, dizzy and had head aches. I was troubled in this way for two years and was hardly able to do my work. My friends advised me to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I am very sorry that I did not take it sooner. But I have got good results from it and am now able to do my housework most of the time. I recommend your medicine to those who have similar troubles. I do not like publicity, but if it will help other women I will be glad for you to use my letter." Mrs. Fan nie Rosenstew, 8S2 N. Holly St, Phila., Pa, Detroit, Michigan "During the Change of Life I had a lot of stomach trouble and was bothered a great deal with hot flashes. Sometimes I was notable to do any work at all. I read about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound in your little books and took it with very...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 11 May 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD ST. JOHNS HERALD AND APACHE NEWS J. W. Waite, Publisher entered in the Pott Office at St. Johns, Arizona Second CtaciMail Matter. jaued every Thursday. Subscriptior price $1.50 a year, in advance 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 - . 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 May 11. 1922 BEAUTY IN FLORIDA WOODS Gorgeously Colored Birds and Insects Constant Delight to the Man Who Loves Nature. I catch a glimpse of. a beautiful, leaf-green lizard on the gray trunk of an orange tree, but it is gone al most before I can say I saw it. Pres ently a brown one with light-colored stripes and a bluish tail is traveling ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 11 May 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD 777 fl For jjj J Torpid fg m liver If "Black-Draught is, in my opinion, the best liver medicine on the market," states Mrs. R. H. White side, of Keota, Okla. She continues: "I had a pain in my chest after eating tight, uncomfortable feel ingand this was very disagreeable and brought on headache. 1 was con stipated and knew it was indigestion and inactive liver. 1 began the use of Black-Draught, night and morning, and it sure is splendid and certainly gives relief." For over seventy years this purely vegetable preparation has been found beneficial by thou sands of persons suffer ing from effects of a tor pid, or slow-acting liver. Indigestion, biliousness, colic, coated tongue, diz- , ziness, constipation, bit- 'fc&m ici idsie, sieepiessness, lack of energy, pain in back, puffiness under the j eyes any or all of these symptoms often indicate that there is something the matter with your liver. You can't be too careful about the medi cine you take. Be sure that the...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 11 May 1922

ST. JOHNS-HERALD Spanish Doubloons CHAPTER XIII. 15 Mr. Tubb8 Interrupts. I had determined as an offset to my pusillanimous behavior about the cave to show a dogged Industry In the mat ter of the Island Queen. It would take me a long while to get ttuwn through the sand to the chest, but I resolved to accomplish It, and borrowed of Cookie, without his knowledge, a large Iron spoon which I thought I could wield more easily than a heavy spade. But that afternoon I' was tired and hot it really called for a grimmer resolve than mine to shovel sand through fhe languor of a Leeward island afternoon. Instead, I slept In my hammock, and dreamed that I was queen of a cannibal island, draped In necklaces made of the doubloons now -hidden under the sand in the cabin of the derelict Later, the .vailing of Cookie was heard in the laud, and I had to restore the spoon to free Crusoe of the charge of having stolen It. I said I had want ed to dig with It. But of course It oc curred to no one that It ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 11 May 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD ATE LIVE CONDENSED RECORD OF THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES SAVINGS, DOINGS, ACHIEVE MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. (Western Newspaper Union News Senict.) WESTERN A meteor of unusual size and bril liancy darted across the sky west of Los Angeles recently. Observers at the Mount Wilson observatory, about twenty miles north of Los Angeles, said the meteor was fifteen or twenty times as brilliant as the planet Venus. The "fullest Investigation" which county officials promised would be made of the raid at Inglewood, a sub urb of Los Angeles, when one man was killed and two wounded, one pos sibly fatally, was expected to center about the inquest over the body of the dead man. As a protest against a 10 per cent wage cut union trades workmen, vari ously estimated at from 200 to 1,000, are on strike in the San Francisco bay district The strike affected the Po- tero and Alameda plants of the Bethle hem Ship Building Corporation an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 11 May 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD 57 L PATT 3 PiCTORIA 3 43 3 4r 43 I A full" line now in stock at THE CASH STORE. New 4 patterns brought in fresh every month. O f3 We carry a nice line of summer dress and apron goods: Ginghams from 20c. to 70c. per yard A, fine line of fast print swiss at a special price of 50c. Best Imported all silk pongee 50c. Size 36 in pattern made of Silk pongee will cost. 4 1-2 yards of Pongee at 95c. - - $4.13 19varH nf Orcrandv at 75r.. - - .37 o ? Jbindmgs . . . . . .so 43 ; - Pictorial Pattern . 1 For this beautiful silk pongee dress 3 : 9 3 1 3 .1 All the easy charm of the entirely correct costume is yours in Pictorial Review Patterns for June Each with a Patented Cutting and Construc tion Guide 20c to 35c None Higher Also a Dame Fashion Decrees 3 kL f low waist-line, a V or mMi , )ateau neck, a novel dra- (jSr 5 pery and at once you find fov it reflected in the. I SUMMER. FASHION BOOK ("J. PICTORIAL REVIEW MSmW J' , V PATTERNS oi JUNE WfWoc Ml li 1 with Guides for Cutt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 18 May 1922

jfy A t i & VOLUME 38 ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1922 NO. 38 Celebrate July 4th at St. Johns The auto racing part of the celebration to be held in St. Johns Julv 4th and 5th. is well under way. The trac'k is beingput into shape and will be much better than at any previous race and this is laying a good deal as it was declared equal to any in the state by race experts. We have --assurances from the towns of Albuquerque. Gallup and Holbrook to date and contest ants are showing keen interest. The committee think that at fleast&O cars will enter the big free 'for all race. St. Johns has guaranteed $1000 for this race and the committee hopes to double this amount. At a booster meeting held last j night the following persons were chosen as the general Fourth of July committee: E. I. Whiting, H. TV. Furlong, Maurice Barth, M J. Norton, T. J. Bouldin, A F. Anderson, Abel Ortega, A. E. Thurber, Edward Schuster. "Watch for further deelopments. Emmett Waite an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 18 May 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD PICTURES'; COPYRIG:HT (CHAPTER XIII. Continued.) 16 Long ago Mr. Shaw had left the Beld to Violet and with a curt shrug had turned Ills back and stood look Ing out over the cove, stroking his chin reileetively. Miss Browne's elo auence liad risen to amazing llights, and she already had Mr. Tuhbs inex tricably mixed with Ananias and Sapphira, when the Scotchman broe In upon her ruthlesslv. "Friends," he said, "so far as 1 can see we hae been put a good bit ahead by this moraine's wck. First, we know the grave which should be our .landmark has not been entirely obiit srated by the jungle, as I had thought most likelv. Second, we know that (t is on this side of the Island, for the reason that tills chap Tubbs hasn I nerve to go much beyond shouting dls lance by himself. Third, as Tubbs has tried this hold-up business, I be lieve we should consider the agree ment by which he was to receive a sixteenth share null and void, and de cide here and now that he gets noth ing w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 18 May 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD He says he has smoked more Edgeworth than any other living man Let Mr. Baldwin's letter give you the facts, and you will see he has some justification for his claims. H. F. BALDWIN Signs sad Show' Car d j Cloth Banners 1 60 Clarke Street, Cor. Grant Burlington, Vermont Laroa & Brother Company Richmond, Vsu Gentlemen: ' I think that I am entitled to be called a charter member of the Edge worth Smokers Club, as I hare used the Edge worth Sliced Plug between twenty and twenty-five years. When I commenced using it I was selling hardware on the road. One of my customers who kept a general store told me that he had just received a new to bacco and wished that I would try it. He-gave me a box for which he charged me 20c. He made a mistake, as it was selling at that time for 25c I liked it co well that I made it a point to ask for it in every store in the different towns that I made; but few had it. The next . time that I called on this customer I , bought six boxes, wh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 18 May 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD ST. JOHNS HERALD AND APACHE NEWS J. W. Waite, Publisher catered in tht Post Office at St. Johns, Arizona am Second Clan Mail Matter. Epsued every Thuraday. Subscription price $1.50 a vear, in advance OFFICIAL DIRECTORY Judge Superior Court - A.. S. Gibbons i Joy B. Patterson, Supervisors, Joseph Udall 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 May 18. 1922 TIE OF BROTHERHOOD STRONG When Occasion Arises, the Human Heart is Found Ready to Respond to Call of Distress. In the wooded region of northern Minnesota, news reports say, a man hunt that even includes the use of airplanes has been in progress for two weeks. This particular man is neither a fugitive nor a vaga...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 18 May 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD 3 5 PICTORIAL PATTER 3 4 A Ml line now in stock at THE GASH STOKE. New patterns brought in fresh every month. Dame Fashion Decrees NS We carry a nice line of summer dress and apron goods: Ginghams from 20c. to 70c. per yard A fine line of fast print swiss at a special price of 50c. Best Imported all silk pongee 50c. Size 36 in pattern made of Silk pongee will cost; 4 1-2 yards of Pongee at 95c. - - $4.13 1-2 yard of Organdy at 75c, - - . .37 Finding's . . . .... .35 o Pictorial Pattern . . . '. . . For this beautiful silk pongee dress ; . ; 4 3 3 2 2 2 .35 $5.20 f a;o w waistline, a V or X jlateau neck, a novel dra- kf3 pery and at once you find fev I 1 itxeflected in the xiMww I SUMMER "FASHION BOOK PICTORIAL REVIEW MsJ I FATTERKS or JUKE mH) l I ntHGmdes far Cutting and 1 I 1 Construction ... ' Wpttll 20c to 35c. None Higher sf f 42 4s 4- 3 1 H 1 L-jMr 42 All the easy charm of the entirely correct costume is yours in Pictorial Review June Each -with a Patented Cat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 18 May 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD LATEST IHRKE QUOTATIONS Furnished by U. S. BUREAU OF MARKETS Washington,. D. O. (Western Newspaper Union News Serrica.) HAY. Market generally fair at unchanged prices. Receipts liErht except in sduth- . west where pastures have lessened the demand for hay. Quoted: No. 1 timo thy. New York. $30.50: Philadelphia. $24; Pittsburgh, $24; Cincinnati, $23.50; umcaco. SZ6.5U: Kansas City. 518.50: Atlanta. $30; Memphis, $27. No. 1 al- raira, Kansas City, $22.50; Memphis, $27.50. No. 1 prairie, Kansas City, $11.76. Feed. Wheat feed market slightly weaker. juemana very liffht. Holders apparent ly anxious to sell for future shipments but offerings for prompt shipment light. New alfalfa weakening feed market in southwest. Linseed meal and corn feed prices practically un changed. Cottonseed meal firm but demand dull. Exporters are reported out or the market and domestic de mand very limited. Quoted: Spring oran, $31 Pmiadelphia;- winter bran, $21.50 Kansas City; May shipments $20...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 18 May 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD PROBLEMS JUST NOW PRESS ING ON AGRICULTURISTS SPECIAL. UUSI1 SERVICE secured If you mention this pnper vrlien writing firm lcIorr. CLEANERS AND DYERS Farmer on Low-Priced, Fertile Lands, Still to Be Had, Is in Bast Possible Position. 1 MOTHER 0' MINE It 1 were hanged on the highest hill. Mother o' mine, O mother o mine! 1 know whose love would follow me still. Mother o mine, O mother o' mine! It I were drowned in the deepest sea. Mother o mine, O mother o' mine! I know whose tears would come down to me. Mother o' mine, O mother o' mine! If I were cursed in body and soul, Mother o mine, O mother o mine! I know whose prayers would make me whole. Mother o' mine, O mother o' mine! Rudyard Kipling. By JOHN DICKINSON SHERMAN OTHER'S Day should be celebrated 365 days In the year. There's no need to argue about it. Every man and woman blessed with a good mother knows it's true and knows why it's true. It doesn't take a very old child to understand, either. But, since human ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 18 May 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD m Why pi y Suffer? m bonders for Me," Declares This Lady. "I suffered for a lone time with womanly weak ness," says Mrs. J. R Simpson, of 57 Spruce St., Asheville, N. C. "I finally git to the place where 11 .vas an eifort for me to go. I would have bearing-down pains in my side and back es pecially severe across my back8 and down in my side there was a great deal of soreness. I was nervous and easily Up set. TAKE "I heard of Cardui and decided to use it," con tinues Mrs. Simpson. "I saw shortly it was bene fiting me, so I kept it up and it did wonders for me. And since then I have been glad to praise Cardui. It is the best woman's tonic made." Weak women need a tonic Thousands and thousands, like Mrs. Simpson, have found Cardui of benefit to'them. Try Cardui for your trou ble. j. so j . ,v .i . Ike Woman's Tonic Evils of Constipation. Perhaps the most serious of the diseasses caused by constipation s appendicitis. If you would avoid this dangerous disease, keep your...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 25 May 1922

VOLUME 38 -NO. 39 Local Jottings o Fred Neilson and family of Eichville were Sunday yisitors here. Mr. Pollay, the photographer who has been in St. Johns for the tpast two weeks, will leave soon. Willard Farr, justice of the peace of the St. Johns precinct, spent the first part of the week -at Eagar. Hon. John H. Udall and his son Nicholas of Hunt were at the county seat for a few days this week. Dr. Bouldin went to Albuquer que last week to meet his brother and together they will visit the Grand Canyon. J. B. Richey and wife and chil dren of Richville were in the city for a few days visiting with re latives. . Press Plumb who has been ab sent for about six years was in St. Johns for a few days visit with homefolks. J. M. Richey and wife spent Monday and Tuesday here in St. Johns. They report crop pros pects good at Richville. Mrs. Parley Heap left yester day for Nutrioso to attend the wedding of Miss Genevieve Bur gess lo her brother Lloyd. C. H. Odell was a business vis itor In th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 25 May 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD ANISH (CHAPTER XIV Continued.) 17 Mr. Shaw now spoke for the first dine. "Miss Browne. I do not recognize the justice of your standpoint in this matter. I have done and am still pre pared to do my best in the business of the treasure. If Mr. Tubbs will not. give his information except for a bribe, 1. say let him keep it. I shall continue the search for the treasure on the same lines as at present." "One moment," said Miss Browne haughtily. She had never spoken oth erwise than haughtily to Mr. Shaw since the episode of the Wise Woman of Dumhiedykes. "One moment, Jane and you. Mr. Tubbs " She drew them aside,, and they moved off out of earshot, where they stood with their backs to us and their heads together. , It was, .my. opportunity. Violet her self had proposed that the original agreement the agreement which hound me to ask for no share of the treasure should be canceled. Noth ing now was necessary to the ripening of my hopes but to Induce Dugald Shaw to immolate ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 25 May 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD SUPERIORITY OF PUREBRED LIVE STOCK SHOWN BY RECENT INQUIRY (By D. S. Burch, Bureau of Animal In dustry, United States Department of Agriculture.) Purebred live stock has about 40 per cent greater earning power (apart from Its breeding or sale value) than scrub stock. The superiority of purebreds on a utility basis Is due principally to: Better conformation and quality, In creased production, more economical production, and earlier maturity. Wheri purebred sires are used to Im prove farm live stbck the offspring Is more Salable than that of non-purebred White Rock Cockerel, a Prize Winrfer. sires and brings nearly 50 per cent greater returns. . The foregoing are a "few results of a' recent inquiry conducted by the bureau of animal industry. United States Department of Agriculture. Tht : figures are based on about 25,000 head of breeding stock owned by 525 experi enced live-stock owners. Besides, the same persons own 30.000 fowls on which the poultry results are based...

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