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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 27 February 1913

( BILL NOT A SAFE ONE. The fact that Senator Worsley has introduced a bill providing that thestateeRgage inindustrial puruits has brought forth considerable comment. The people of the state voted on a amendment to the constitution last fall permitting the state to engag-3in indust-ul pursuits. It was carried by a very large majority. Now the senator has introlucei a bill which the amendment , allows, providing that the st:it e go into ths manu facturing business, build railroads and do otli,-r things- Whiie the people have said that they believe the state should have the right to do such things, it is very questionable if a majority of the people of the state undirst.u;d what it means for the state to undertake such reat enterprises as raihoad fcuildirg, which is specifically mentioned because it is one of the- things in this connection that is mentioned most frequently. It really brings the matter down to about the point as the rai-ed government ownership of railroads. We do not be...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 27 February 1913

jflfejL59& CITY MEAT COMMUNICATION. To the Editor of the St. Johns Herald. Dear Sir:- .Referring to the statement that thcr& is no apposition to the pro posed Bond Issue for repairs and nf the road from Holbrook to Springerville ivitbin Apache County, will say that oth Af taxpayers -would like to enjoy ' the benefits of Bond expended in other roads used dt taxpayers continuously for-'the last 85 years I am opposed to thejuse of all the moiaey from the Bonds for the Holbrook-Springerville r o'a d. Other roads sheuld likewise be improved and constructed even tho' wo automobiles travel over them. It aeems that in these days roads are eagerly built and con ducted accordiHg as to whether the number of automeoilies is large or small. Why not use some of the money derived from the sale of the Bonds on the old St. Johns road between Cedro and Barth's? The necessity for. road construction and repairs in that locality is more urgent andi more needed thaa on the Hel-brook-Springerville...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 6 March 1913

THE ST. JOHNS HEW VLD and Apache News Vol, 29 ST. JOHllS, APACHE CO.. ARIZONA, MARCH 6, 1913 No. 27 We Want Y0U jf to feel just as free to. and ask Questions about the. advantages & : ' " of having a bank account for the, care lg and protection of YOUR money as you 3 would feel in going into any store to ask 3$ about the; quality or price of a piece of gj goods 9 No matter how bank account will help you to take bet- jfj 5 ter care of it; help you, to accumulate z more 1 NAVAJO-APACHE BANK & TRUST CO. I St. Johns, Arizona & ST The musical "B lbul," given by the Student B dy of the St.Joh s Aradom v last Thurndav, Friday and Salur dav evenings, deserves the very highest praise. The production as staged here,rtP,v to my recent, outburst ot ill -i !. . I wouia nave done creaii tor many professional road corn panics. Particularly w o r thy o f "praise was tbe performance of W i 1 ford BrinkerhofT, Miss Gwen Tenny,Miss Thur za Browj and Alfred Ander son. All parts we'e played ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 6 March 1913

Concho -News Items. 'Mrs. Mate as M on toy a and Mr. jCatalinoM. Berot'eran who died On account of illness of the'at. a sheeP ranch ncar Conch reporter last week Concho's bud- The latteis death was caused by get of news covers two weeks ever drinking b lorida water to therefore if some of the news quench the thirst tor winskey m items are old just enjoy them sickness. ' MA.B-P. anyway it's nice to remember j T " the happening and events bv j FouRciNDead. reading them in the latest! ,v i i fi- Word reached here tins rn nsrc i ' . jweek that a dead man was ' A very EHjoyable social occa-; .. , . v i it . found in an abandoned house siun was giyeu at uue -jra&terson : . ,, ..... home on the 26th Inst. Misses 111 the bfin Antonio vicinity, Pearl' and Jemima P&tiersan ' this week. The man, who were the hostesses at the party v was a Mexican from the re which was given to show their appreciation of the many hospi talities and kindnesses extended to them while they sojourned in Con...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 6 March 1913

r The St. Johns Herald f ? f. t 'And Apache News. GEQ.. E. WATTE, Publisher. The Offidal Paper ol Apache County. PWUhJ vtrjr Xhuraiay at St. Johns, Arizona. . v SUBSCRIPTION RATE: 0 year $2.00 TA1! rdbscripWont must be paid in ADVANCE. Tbt paper will Kr rtopptd a th expiration ok the time AdvartUing rates (utaished on apolieatioii. The new of Apache County, and General 1 u'ltf! - " ' ' cwst luiereermg 10 ui MARCH 6r 1913 President Taft vetoed the Webb Linquor Bill. Congress has passed itover the president's veto. And now it seems if ppo ple in local option states, will have to rapve out, as they will hot he able to have their j-efret.li.' ments sent in from another stlate without violating the Webb Liq uor Law. Among the most important ,things Whidh TJ. . Senators Ash urst and Smith and Congress man Hay den have secured for Arizona people since they were elected ' to serve Arizona under statehood we may mention: Se cured4500,000. for public build ings; 400,000 for su vey of pub lie ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 6 March 1913

. r - The New Year. ' Ring out. wild bells, to the wild sky. The flying cloud, the frosty light ' The year is dying in the night. Ring out. wild bells, and let him die. Ring out the old; ring in the new. Ring, happy bells, across the snow. ' The year is going. Let him go. Ring out the false: ring in the true. Ring out the grief that saps the mind For those that here we see po more. Ring out the feud of rich and poor; Ring in redress to aJI mankind Ring out the want, the care, the sin. The faithless coldness of the times: Ring out. ring out. my mournful rimes. . But ringthe fuller minstrPl In ' ' Ring out falsa pride in place and blood. Tho civic slander and the spite: Ring in the love of truth and right: Ring in th common love of good , Ring out old shapes of foul disease: Ring out the narrowing lust of gold: Ring out the thousand wars of old: Ring in the thousand years of peace. i Ring In the' valiant man and free. ' The lart';er heart, the kindlier hand; .Rir.g'out the darkness of...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 6 March 1913

SCommunication Among the historical notes which hail from Concho one ,some time ago attracted my at tention. It said that a priest some forty years ago married a certain couple in Zuni, and had EXACTED for performing the ceremony five hundred dollars. v The writer graciously gave the reason for the extraordinary proceeding "the priest was in dire need of money; few were the occasions like unto this; the groom thought his bride well worth the money.'1 In'qw, that interested me so much so "that I investigated the matter. And the result of my investigation is that that piece of news'is what on the face of it ap . pearcd to be a CANARD. One remembers the story of thee try: when that egg story, started by a womtn, had gone the rounds of the neighborhood, the one eug had grow'h to the respectable number of a hundred. 'Female gussip is a poor ground for historical accuracy; Neither a re more ieiiable the reports from pe o.i- who for the sake of showing off are apt toso exagger ate i acts a...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 6 March 1913

KINDMES3 TO BLIND. Overrules Washington Monument Reg ui.r.ion Por Benefit cf the Sightless. The kiiid heartedness of Mr. Taft ani! his sincere, common sense sym pathy with the unfortunates in this world has 3ast been brought to the at tention of the blind in a peculiar way. Away up in the top of the Washing ton monument, where thousands go to behold the beauties of the' nation's capital, the Columbia Polytechnic in stitute, which seeks o make it possi ble for the adult blind of the United States to rise above conditions of de pendence by becoming self sustaining, pieced on sale souvenir post" cards manufactured by its blind. Some sen timental persons took the view that this was undignified and succeeded iu having the superintendent of public buildings and grounds order the cards removed. F. E. Cleaveland. principal of the institute, appealed to Mr. Taft. then secretary of war and within 'whose jurisdiction came the office of public buildings and grounds. It took only a few words to ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 20 March 1913

o 2: ITMIIiHIAl LX8A&U and A&achie N;es THE ST. JOHNS HERALD " ' . Vol 29,. ST. 1 We Want to feel iu$t as free to come into this bank and ask questions about the advantages g H of having a bank account for the care 5 and protection of YOUR money as you if would feel in going, into any store 'to ask f! 9 about the quality or I goods. jS No matter how small your income a ! 3 bank account will help you tb take bet- j ter care of it, help you to accumulate f morjr. ' 1 NAVAJO-APAGHE BANK & TRUST CD. g - , . ... 1, , g 9 St. Johns, Arizona t 5: 3 Senator Isaac Barth came infrom Albuquerque Mon day, and is attending to some cases in the Superior Court this week. Father F. Derichmont npent last Sunday in Concho, and came back home Monday. mm The Catholic church here has ,been given, a new roof, ,which is now nicely painted, and other repairs made . to 4the outside, which adds much to its neat appearance, - JIeiry Butler of Eagar spent jyionplay in town .look ling. afterbusi,nes...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 20 March 1913

HOW THINGS STAND. I j It is strange that the writer of ! a certain article, in a nt 01 tern per, should have thought it well to charge, in the press, a Cat- holic priest with "insulting" 1 women i"n general." Where, more than in the Cat holic Church, is woman held in higher respect, esteem and honor? From' a mere chattel that she was in antiquity, the Catholic Church has raised wo ,man to the dignity she enioys to day, Through the centuries this Church has always stanchly championed the cause of woman. She has always uncompromis ingly upheld her rights, and rat her than to abandon the claims of one wedded woman she has suffered a kingcon to fall away from her. The Catholic Church sanctifies the love of y outh and altar of God. and gives them the!bic-Vcle which has been going the blessing of the patriarchs; and of 'the home thus founded slie rules that the wife shall foreye r remain the undisputed mistress and queen. And motherhood the crown of the wife she re- veals clothed with the...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 20 March 1913

The St. Johns Herald And Apache News. GEO. E.WAITE, Publisher. The Official Paper of Apache County. PMithed every Thursday at St. Johns, Arizona. SUBSCRIPTION RATE. One year , $2.00 4"AI! subscriptions must be paid in ADVANCE. The piper will be stopped at the expiration of the time aid for. Advertising rates furnished on abdication. The news of Apache CoUnty and General news, interseting to all MARCH 20, 1913 THAT HOLD UP. Dear Herald-News. I noticed about that hold, up the person from Vernon got out of. And I thought if "worst coines to worst," and we all have to, be held up, 1 for one would rather be held up at short range by some one living: here amongst us than to have a total stranger in a far off city hold me up; and .with that fellow in the far off city, I have no chance to beg a reduction in price at all he won't knock off a little bit so that I may have a little something left for. the little ones at home I have to take his price or nothing, and I don't know what I am getti...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 20 March 1913

FT. DEFIANCE NOTES. March 10, 1913. , . Mr. John Kelly, our engin eer was called to his home in Kansas, the- 4th on ac-' cirant of the xdeath of his Jar.fier? who has been ill for a year. Mr. G. TJ. Manning return ed frm his California trip on the 3d. He says Mrs. Man ning is goirg to remain out. there until the latter part of April. Dr. Elliot of. Chin Lee came to the Fort on the 8th. The sii'nv Mi? the mountain was so deep that he had to come by the way of Ganado. He du-ougt with him a patient for operation. Supt. Paquettee and Mis.-e-J3urton a. id .cheurle wen&ro 'fohatchie ihe 7th returii:g the next day. Rev. Hennrickus. who has spent the past week at, the Fnt. returned to his mis sion at Ganado on the 8th. G. U.- Manning went -with him to Cross- Canyon's to visit Mr. Locka. . Judge Day was lice last Saturday. Twoof the J'udges beihu: absent, Court' could not be held. On the 22nd, Rav. D. 0. Chapin, Presbyterian Mis sionary at Fort Defiance, and Miss Ada Neis n were mar ried...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 20 March 1913

I NURSERY STOCK. fjliFIJO I AS. j ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED. Delivered at St. Johns at lowest 3 & 3 prices. Everything for your Orchard QUICK DELIVERY. COME IN AjS?D LOOK OVER THE? PLATES AND GET PRICES- C. A. NARRAMORE, Office at Court House. 3 &uy&Jr'&Jri&j-- Hon. Joseph Udall was in town this week attending t business matters.. Mr. Udall informs us that indications are all favorable to a suc- ces.-d'ul year in agricultural circles lin the Round Valley community, and that art of the Mimtv also has .a gocd outlook for iud rui-trv. 10 HVeMOCK 1 he Canny Mr Choate. J iseph Choate, a big: figure in i.w ifid diplomacy, was once as sociated in a law case in New York with a yoiyng Hebrew, at torney,, win;. when the case liad been won, ieit tuicertaii as to what fee be she u Id charge for his services. He decided to ask the advice of tne senior co-inusel Mr. Choate. ''That's all right, my boy." said, Choate kindly; I'll attend .to it. I am about to send in. my . bill, and ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 20 March 1913

c-!-!., t.-l ifuSi. xZl ia-". 1 CITY MEAT MEAT NOTCE FOR PUBLICA TION. Department of the Interior. U.S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona. March 14," 1913, NOTICE is hereby giYen that Erastus Skousen of Alpine Arizona, who on 23rd July 1988' made Homestead Entry No. 0241, for N NE14 NE 1-4 NW 1-4 and NJ BE 1-4 NE 1-4 Sectio-i 13, Township 5 N. Range 30 E, G. & S. R. Meridian hat filed notice f intention to make Final thre year Proof to establish claim to the land above described, before B. Y. Peterson, Clerk of the Superior Caurt, at St. Jehng, Arizona, en the 22nd day of April 1913. Claimant naraec ai witnessti: John Jepson, W. J. Burk, Wesley Burk, Frank Lee, all of Alpine, Arizana. Frank H. Parker, . Jtegister. 3-20.-13-4 19,-13 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ' Department of the Interior 0. S, Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, March 14th, 1913. NOTICE is htreby given thatJuanita GnrciH, of St. Johns, Ari na, who on January 19, 1902, made Homestead entry No. 016475, for NE 1-4 Section 32...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 27 March 1913

THE ST. JOHNS' HERALD and Apache News Vol, 29. ST. JOHNS, APACHE CO.. ARIZONA, MARCH 27, 1913 No. 30 Y0U 3 3 to feel just as free to 5 and ask questions v2 or having a bank account tor the care 5 and protection or YUUK money as you g would feel in going into any -store to ask ni i. t i duuui uic quality ui piic ui a pict-c ui goods. I S No matter how S bank account will help you to take bet- ter care of it, help you to accumulate g "5 more. , 5 I NAVAJO-APACHE BANK & TRUST CO. I , St. Johns, Arizona Communication. Editor Herald-News: Holy Smoke! Gracious Good ness! Also Gee Whiz! and For the Love of Mike! Likewise Geminy Christmas and Mercifal Hevins! Here the baby's a squallin' and there isn't a bit of soothing syrup in the liouse! What's the matter with the prec ious little darlintr? Has he got a. pain in his tiny baby tummy? Does he want a nice big dose of Castoria or paregoric? Oh, no! Now we see what the trouble is. A great big, hateful, naughty, mean old savage man stepped...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 27 March 1913

The Plain Truth. In as much as our valued paper, the St. Johns Herald, has become the battle ground, as it were, for many mighty pens and in behalf 01 oneonne ourning questions i, have been, by force of circum - stances, called to the front to de fend; In defence of right, truth and honor, I now take up the sword (my pen) to check, if it be possible, the advance of the abu sive eloquence of P.A,D. and I trust I may achieve such victory as to send him into retreat. By special request I undertook to give by way of diversion from local happenings, some of Con cho's history. As stated before I knew nothing save that which my friends here would and were pleased to tell me and I gathered all my data from some of the peo ple here who are unquestionably authority on the subject. In my first article I made an error in names; I misunderstood my in former, I gladly corrected the er ror in my next article and in ad dition to the facts of earliest set tlements made and by whom made, I related th...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 27 March 1913

The St. Johns Herald And Apache News GEO.1 E. WAITE, Publisher. The Official Paper oi Apache Cousty. Published every Thursday at St. Johns, Arizona. SUBSCRIPTION RATE. One year $2.00 49AU subscriptions must be paid in ADVANCE. The paper will be stopped at the expiration of thetime aid for. Advertising; rates furnished on application. The news of Apache County and General news, interseting to all MARCH 27, i913 FT. DEFIANCE NOTES. March 22, 1913. Hulsey Sabin, who has spent the winter clerking for his brother, L. L. Sabin, left on the 19th for his home in Manchester, Iowa. On his way he stopped a week to visit his brother in Gal lup. Supt. Paquette, Misses Golden and Burton went to Gallup the 22d, returning: the next day. The school children give a program Easter Sunday in the chapel. Dr. Elliot who has been spend ing the past week at the Fort, returned to his position at Chin Lee on the 19th. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sabin en tertained a number of their friends St. Patricks Day in honor o...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 27 March 1913

The m .tter of bringing about- a state organization ;s a very , i coaipkx and therefore a very difficult; problem for any one, in order to .make the necessary changes which are. essential to the change in the form of govern raent. It is easy to criticise the action of any one in any thing, whether or not it relates to s-overnment or to other busi ness In fact, it is fur more easy a matter to critic:se than to do the actual work. Criticism should b. made so as to give information, that the work in this state org.in:zation should be helped, rather than to criticise for the purpo-o of bringing dis credit upon those who are at work on the organization of -tate government, and open the way for ''the other follow" t get into a job. "Theoth.-r follow" will have to' begin all over again, and will brobabh make as many mis takes, 6 that state organization is left incomplete and the same criticisms are had over again. Some sort. of "civil service rules" might be made to applv to elec tive offi...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 27 March 1913

NURSERY STOCK. ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED. Delivered at St. Johns at lowest wholesale prices. Everything for your Orchard QUICK DELIVERY. COME IN AND LOOK OVER THE PJLiATBS AND GET PRICES. C. A. NARRAMORE, Office at Court House. 1 It is (old on the son of a certain sheep owner not over a thousand miles from here that, while calling on a young Jan v the o her evening, when it was very coid, and as it was among his first visits and he naturally bashful anyway, ii ad talked hut very little At last, when it began to snow furiousty, the young man plucked up courage to remark, "I te'l you this is awfully hard on my father's sheep." U i said, that the young lady, replied, as she laid her hand lovingly on the youth's shoulder. "Neve r you mind, I will take care of one of them.". It is said now that merry wedding bells will ring one of these days soon. Oh. thou diplomacy, in thy name hearts and kingdoms are won. Dr. Gutave Blmnenthal of Australia has the queer notion that bad parents "raise" good...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 27 March 1913

NbTCE FOR PUBLICA TION. Department of the Interior. TJ.-S.Xand.Ollice.at Phoenix, Arizona. March 14. 1913, NOTICE is hereby given that Erastus Skousen, of Alpine Arizona, who on 23rd July 1908, made Homestead Entry No. 0241, forN NE4 NE 1-4 NW 1-4 and N SE1-4 NE 1-4 Section 13. Township 5 N. Range 30 E, G. & S. R. Meridian has filed notice of intention to make Final three .year Proof to establish cJ aim to the land above described, before B. Y. Peterson, Clerk of the Superior Court, atSt. Johns, Arizona, on the 22nd day of April 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: John Jepson, W. J Burk, Wesley Burk, Frank I.ee, all of Alpine, Arizona. Frank H. Parker, t Register. 3-20,-13-4 19,-13 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior U. S, Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, March 14th, 1913 NOTICE is hereby given that uanita Garc a, of St. Johns, Ari ona, who on January 19, 1902, made Homestead entry No. 01G475, for NE 1-4 Section 32, Township 12 N.. Range 23 East G. & S. K. Merid...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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