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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 29 June 1922

ST. JOHNS HEEALD 6 Liver il 1 "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 ter taste, sleeplessness, lack of energy, pain in back, puffiness under the 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 thai the 'name, "Thed ford's Black-Draught," is o...

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. — 6 July 1922

VOLUME 38 ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1922 NO. 45 V " 1 ' I . . . ... . ... ... V .- k JULY 4th and 5th The glorious Fourth and Fifth days of July are over. And sure ly St. Johns has reason to be gratified with the results . More people, more cars, more events, more decoration and more spirit than ever before was the unani mous verdict. A general good spirit and friend ly cooperation was constantly in evidence. The events started on the morning of Lhe Fourth with a splendid program prepared un der the direction of Dr. T. J. Bouldin, Mrs. Viola Overson and Mrs. Earl M. Patterson and pre sided over by Hon. Levi S. Udall. The people'of St. Johns and its visitors were stirred first by the Salutes to the Flag and the recital of the Boy Scouts' oath by mem bers of Capital Troop No.7 Phoe nix, Arizona, ' and then by the simple but powerfully expressed words of patriot'sm which color ed every talk from that of J. V. Prochaska who made the Boy Scouts of America the s...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 6 July 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD L-tiiiiiiitiiiiifniiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifi iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim Ram By Q THE BOY, FATHER OF THE MAN. Here's another of those Booth Tarklngton boy-and-girl stories that set everyone laughing ana living over again the days of.youtn. This one is much like "Penrpd and "Seventeen" and "The Oriole. It's different, too, In that It carries Ramsey Milholland and Dora Yo cum through school and college lire to early maturity in the World "War. So it's serious as well as funny, and it's one of Booth Tar kington's best of Its kind. Tnats enough. CHAPTER I. When Johnnie comes marching home again, Hurrah! Hurrah! We'll give him a hearty welcome then. Hurrah! Hurrah! The men with cheers, the boys with shouts, The ladies they will all turn out. And we'll all feel gay, when Johnnie comes marching home again! The old man and the little boy, his grandson, sat together in the shade of the big walnut tree in the...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 6 July 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD NEWS TO DAT IN PARAGE CAUGHT FROM THE NETWORK OF WIRES ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD. DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD OF IMPORTANT EVENTS CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE. (Waters Newspaper Union News Berries.) WESTERN Two men, trapped by a fire, were entombed on the 800-foot level of the Quartet mine at Searchlight, Utah. They were believed dead by members of a rescuing party which saved two other men from the burning mine. The Los Angeles county grand jury which has been investigating alleged activities of the Ku Klux Klan, sub mitted a report to Superior Court Judge Frederick "W. Houser. The judge, after perusing the document, ordered it filed and "kept secret." With Washington selected as the next convention city, officers elected, the business of the forty-eighth annu al session of the Imperial Council of the Shriners was wound up by a grand pageant spectacle which brought to a close the golden jubilee of Shrinedom In San Francisco. Eagle Boat No. 57, which went ashore on a xeef ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 6 July 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD ST. JOHNS HERALD AND APACHE NEWS J. W. Waite, Publisher entered in the Post Office at St. Johni, Arizona Second CIasMaiI Matter. psued every Thursday. Subscription j 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, Documents Ironed Out. Out In Phoenix, Ariz., wlure they have flood rains at times, a violent storm caused water to enter the base ment of the state capitol and soak all the valuable records stored there. An electrical salesman's Inspiration enabled the state to dry out the papers with virtually no loss. An electric Ironing machine was called into play and did the trick satisfactorily, al though it took several weeks to restore the great mass of water-damaged documents. Detroit Free Press. County Attorney Recorder Treasurer Assessor School Supt. Co. Supt Health State S...

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. — 6 July 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD 2 43 43 43 43 43 PICTORIAL PATTERN 1 A Ml line now in stock at THE CASH STORE. New 1 patterns brought in fresh every month. Dame Fashion Decrees 3 43 43 3 5 43 43 43 43 3 43 43 43 43 a 43 43 3 43 43 3 43 43 43 43 2 3 3 Size 36 in pattern made of Silk pongee will cost: 3 - 4 1-2 yards of Pongee at 95c. - - $4.13 1-2 yard of Organdy at 75c. - - .37 Findings . . . . . . .35 Pictorial Pattern . . ; . . .35 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 95c. For this beautiful silk pongee dress $5.20 t 5klow vraist-Iine, s. V or STl 1' fcatean. neck, a novel dra- Hp s tjery and at once you find KisTI f J ... fiov I it reflected in the NP&S'"9T I SUMMER : FASHION BOOK . v PICTORIAL REVIEW SVT I " " PATTEBHS fot JUNE 1 1 (vith'Gcrfdesfbr Cutting and PIS 1 I Construction j " l$tMi$'M S 20c to 35d) None Higher V r Vl f V ' 0 Dresa 1077 O j f...

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. — 6 July 1922

ST. JOHNS HFiRATJ) STRIKE WOOL LATEST HARKET Southwest News From All Over New Mexico and Arizona Had Your Iron Today? BE Dl fa -Furnished by- U. S. BUREAU OF MARKETS , Washington, D. 0. (Western Kirspaptr Union News Serrlc.) ' Fruits and Vegetables. Potato mnrkAts wpnlrpr Parnllna Irish Cobblers No. 1 down 50c to $1 per oarrei ior tne weeK; Virginia stocK, oc weaner in eastern markets and Triumphs down C5c "to 75d in Chibago. Tomatoes generally weaker. Missis sippi fours down 10c to 15c" in leading: ci ties, up j.oc in Cincinnati., uexas sixes down 75c to $1 in Chicago, up 10c in producing sectrons. : Watermelons nearly steady eastern markets, slightly weaker Chicago. Peach markets steady to firm, up 25c best stock, producing sections. Cantaloupes steady leading eastern markets. California Salmon-tints down ouc, unicago: down 51.50, Pittsburgh. Carolina Irish Cobblers, $4 to $4.75 most eastern markets: 55 to 55.50, Bos ton and Pittsburgh; 54 producing sec tions. Virginia eastern sho...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 6 July 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD nnial LHOOD WOMANHOOD FROM GIR By VICTOR ROSEWATER HILADELPH1A. Scarcely realizing it, we are ap proaching the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the Declaration of Inde pendence, which, as every school child knows, took place on the Fourth of July, 1776. To some of us that historic event seems already in the dim and dis tant past others find it dif- iicult to convince themselves that the .marvelous changes throughout the world following in its wake could have been achieved in so short a space of time. This year the Declaration marks its one hundred and forty-sixth year, 2ut already the scenes are being set for a glorious celebration of its sesqul--centennial, outdoing in impressive mag nificence even the epochal Centennial celebration of 1876. By natural sequence, this celebra tion is to be held again in the city of Philadelphia as the repository of all the historic backgrounds and land marks. Here in Philadelphia is Inde pendence hall, centering the group of ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 6 July 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD m tan,. Wonders for Me," Declares Tnis Lady. "I suffered for a long time with womanly weak ness," says Mrs. J. R Simpson, of 57 Spruce St., Asheville, N. C. "I finally git to the place where ! ias an effort for me to go. I would have bearing-down pains in my side and back es pecially severe across my back, and dbwn in my side there was a great deal of soreness. I was nervous and easily up set TAKE mass ionic wl 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 ins. 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 thousarids, like Airs. Simpson, have found Cardui of benefit to'them. Try Cardui for your trou ble. J. 80 vr I IS m ALL Our Notice For Publication DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, S. Land Office at Phoenix. Arizona, June 29, 1922. 038655 NOTICE is hereby given that Fil6meno Gallegos, of St Johns, A...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 13 July 1922

NO. 46 Local Jottings The weather is hot, dry and uncomfortable. Lee Danley has been in the city for a few days visit with his family J. Smith Gibbons of the city of Eagar, was attending to business here this week. Pressman M. Plumb and James Hansen of Lakeside, Arizona, are in the city attending to some matters of business. Mrs. Vera Carroway, who has been at Phoenix for the past.year or so is in St. Johns visiting with Aer mother, Mrs. Susan R. Tenney. Mrs. Graver Brown is visiting "with home 'folks here for a few weeks. Mr. Brown is now em ployed at Kingman . Stansell Hi Greer has bought a part of Mrs. Alice Crosby's lot in .St. Johns and is now moving his house onto it. Two announcements appear in this issue of the Herald. The time is getting short, why not .announce yourself. Joy B. Patterson is preparing to put' in a supply of groceries at his new stand on Commercial -Street. Mr. and Mrs. Bravvley of Eagar were visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Plumb yester day. Mrs...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 13 July 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD "TEACHER'S PET." Synopsis. With his grandfather, small Ramsey Milholland Is watch ing the "Decoration Day Parade In the home town. The old gentle man, a veteran of the Civil war, endeavors to Impress the youngster with the significance of the great conflict, and many years afterward the boy was to remember his words with startling vividness. In the schoolroom, a few years later, Ramsey is not distinguished for brilliancy. He hates German even more than arithmetic. CHAPTER II. Continued. 2 Sometimes, too, there were moments of relaxation In her class, when she would stop the lesson and tell the children about Germany: What a beau tiful, good country it was, so trim and orderly, with such pleasant customs, and all the people sensible, energetic and healthy. There was "Music" again In the German class, which was an other alleviation; though it was the same old "Star Spangled Banner" over again. Hamsey was tired of the song and tired of "Mj Country 'TIs of Thee"; they w...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 13 July 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD SOILS IMPROVED BY COVER CROPS Slsed for More Than 100 Years by Farmers Who Found Practice Profitable. THREE PURPOSES OF LEGUMES Universal Rule to Plant In Time to Se cure Good Growth Before Freez ing Weather Of Especial Value to Truckers. Prepared by the United States Deportment of Agriculture.) Planting cover or green manure crops Is a matter which requires at tention In September in most parts of Jthe United States, says the United States Department of Agriculture. Clover, vetch, and other legumes serve the triple purpose . of adding humus to the soil, accumulating ni trogen, and preventing soil erosion. !With some tender berry and fruit crops they also serve to protect the roots from severe winter weather. Out side df the nitrogen-forming plants, rye Is. largely -used as a cover crop sown In the fall and plowed under In the spring to add organic matter to the soiL The cover-crop problem varies largely with locality, but for over winter purposes there is one rule ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 13 July 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD List 3-4481 4-354 a No. 1 RESTORATION TO ENTRY OF LANDS IN NATIONAL FOR EST. Notice is hereby given that the lands described below, em bracing 97.31 acres, within the Apache National Forest, Arizona, will be subject to settlement and entry under the provisions of the homestead laws of the United States and the act of June 11, 1906 (34 Stat, 233), at the United States land office at Phoenix, Ari 2ona on October 17, 1922 by any qualified person, except that for a period of 90 days prior to said date, the land will be subject to. a preference right of ex-service men of the War with Germany. Such ex-seryice men. in order to avail themselves of their prefer ence rights, must file their appli cations on or after June29, 1922 but prior to October 17,1922. All such applications filed on or after June 29, but prior to July 19, will be treated simultaneously filed at 9 a. m. on July 19, 1922. All such applications filed on pr after July 19, 1922 but prior to October 17, 1922 ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 13 July 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD ST. JOHNS HERALD AND APACHE NEWS J. VW Waite, Publisher fa SecondQaBsMaJl Matter. peued every Thursday. Subscription priee $1.50 & vear, in advance OFFICIAL DIRECTORY v. ' O, Jullge Superior Court - A.. S. Gibbons i Joy B. Patterson, Supervisors. Joseph Udall J 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 tate Senator - W. A. Saunders State Representative . John H. Udall July 13, 1922 WAS FAMOUS 'GAMBLING HALL -E Dorado, in San Francisco's Early Days, Stood on Site of Present Hall of Justice. Some facts of interest in the early history of San Francisco have been re called by old timers in that city in connection with the completion a short time ago of the new hall or jU3: tice which replaces the structure de stroyed during the ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 13 July 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD N EPITOME OF LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OF THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES 'SAYINGS,' DOINGS, ACHIEVE . MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. WESTERN Delia Michaelson, 26 years of age, supposed to be originally from Detroit, Alien., wno nas laceiy oeen leucuius school at Klngling, Meager county, Montana, committed suicide by taking poison. A new travel record for the opening day of Yellowstone park was estab lished this year, when 1,630 tourists entered Wonderland. The record hung up is within twenty of the big gest day In the history of the park; August 8, 192L The Rev. Donald D. Stewart, widely known in California as a temperance worker, was arrested near Sierra Ma due, twenty mlleB northeast of Los An geles, on charges that he had commit ted bigamy in several states and had swindled his wives out of thousands of dollars. Frances DeCamp, 15 years old, daughter of Mrs. Lillian DeCamp of Helena, Montana, was drowned in the W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 13 July 1922

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 13 July 1922

1 if 3 .43 . ." A full line now in stock at THE CASH STORE. New J patterns brought in fresh every month. 4 We Carry a nice line OX summer ureas mm aprun a 3 2 4 1 45 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 95c. Size 36 in pattern made of Silk pongee will cost; 4 1-2 yards of Pongee at 95c. - - 1-2 yard of Organdy at 75e. - 'x ; Findings . . , Pictorial Pattern . . .' ' $4.13 .37 .35 .35 I For this beautiful silk pongee dress CM 3 43 - 4 $5.20 t X pery and at once you find I fav J it reflected in the I SUMMER FASHION BOOK Sa , ' '. PICTORIAL REVIEW 8W I . . ' V PATTERNS or JUNE fSllli Ml I :- , ith Guides for Cutting and PiPf$ I 1 ' Construction... Ml 20c to He None Higher PJ j Dress 1077 fj L35ctst$! V ' All the eay 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 full line of emb...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 20 July 1922

VOLUME 38 ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1922 NO.;47 .1 Local Jottings J., H. Greer of Hunt is in the city. He says it is surely dry. "The Sheik" was the big feat ure at the Columbia Theater this week. Joe Karnes has returned from Prescott, where he went two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Piatt welcomed a sweet little miss to their home last Tuesday July 11. Mrs. Gordon Parks is visiting with relatives in Glendale Cali fornia. She left last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Grimes are the proud parents of a baby girl. She came last Wednesday, July 12. The County "dads" were in session this week fixing up the cpunty budget for next year. Mrs. Ethel Whiting and chil dren are enjoying an outing at the Whiting saw mill. T. C. Hill Justice of the Peace of Navajo precinct was a business visitor here Tuesday. Frank Perrish and family have been in the mountains for the past few days for a short vaca tion. Mrs. Margaret Jarvis left last week for Salt Lake city, Utah to visit ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 20 July 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD amfeviviimo 4i x. iirawt u n rm iniuiia n mix h THE FIGHT. Synopsis. With his grandfather, small Ramsey Milholland is watch ing the "Decoration Day Parade In the home town. The old gentle man, a veteran of the Civil war. endeavors to impress the young ster with the significance of the great conflict, and many years aft erward the boy was to remember his words with startling vividness. In the schoolroom, a few years afterward, Ramsey is not distin guished for remarkable ability, though his pronounced dislikes are arithmetic, "Recitations" and Ger man. In sharp contrast to Ram sey's backwardness is the precocity of little Dora Tocum, a young lady whom in his bitterness he denomi nates "Teacher's Pet." 45 . :; CHAPTER 1 1 '.Continued. ucic nua a oenuuo auiuui, at. ictuii to Ramsey Mllholland's way of think ing; for Ramsey, also now proved -sensitive. He quieted his friends ""Shut up!" and advanced toward Wesley. "You look here! Who you callin' pups'?" "Everybody!'' Wes...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 20 July 1922

ST. JOHNS HERALD - THE WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS A BRIEF RECORD OF PASSING " EVENTS IN THIS AND FOR EIGN COUNTRIES. IN LATE DISPATCHES DOINGS AND HAPPENINGS THAT MARK THE PROGRESS OF THE AGE. WESTERN Kuth Hathaway, 20, a prisoner in the Butte jail on a vagrancy charge, was found almost dead of strangulation after she had tied a shoestring around her throat and twisted the knots. "Flagrant effort has been made in an anonymous way to mislead the pub lic into the belief that the Southern Pacific Railroad Company is attempt ing to override the decision of the Su preme Court of the ' United States," said William Sproule, president of the Southern Pacific railroad, recently, at Salt Lake City. ; President Harding has commuted the sentence of - two more political prisoners and ordered their release from the Leavenworth prison, where they were held for wartime offenses, It was learned at the White House re cently. They are Clyde f Hough of Bockford, Hi., serving a fifteen-year sentence as a consc...

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