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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 21 August 1913

7 (continued from 3rd page) condition that the person con structing' such ditch shall install, under the supervision of the Surpi ntendenfc of Roads, a cul yert of not lest then 3 incn lum ber, said culvert to be sunk to a point on a level v with the grade of the road, and that where it becoming necessary in any case to raise the top of said culvert or bridge above the level of the road, then in no case shall the Sjame b e raised t o a greater , height than )2 inches, and for eachthree inches above the level of road, the person constructing such culvert or bridge shall be required to rade the roadway back from said culvert or bridge adisfcance of at legist 5 feet, all of such grade to be of gravel. Such culvert of bridge shall he placed in the center of the road and shall be not less than 16 feet in the clear along the. roadway. The County Superintendent of Roads is further instructed and uirecteu tnar in case any person I shall make any open ditch across! any County road in this Co...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 21 August 1913

J r Whitin g s WHITING & BERRY Lumber Company We have a good stock of seasoned lumber on hand - AT THE MILL AND AT OUR YARD IN ST. JOHNS Wc are cutting 40 to 60 thousand feet per week and can fill any common bill while you load. We have our mill in a virgin grove of the best timber on the mountain and that means better lumber Our prices are rig Rates on big bills: Now is the time to put away your fruit for winter. jars, jelley glasses, kettles pans, etc., All of tfhich you vQ find at Ask those who are saving money by getting our prices. ST. JOHNS BOTTLING WORKS We bottle all kinds of soda water, ginger ale, root beer and anything in soft drinks. We use nothing but pure sugar" and guaran teed extracts Remember we save yott the freight AT WHITING'S ICE CREAM PARLOR Uce Cream in all flavors, ice cold sodas FROM THE FOUNTAIN tfioot beer, Coco Cola, carbonated grape juice and everything that is good. Get another dish before the season closes Don't Forget Our1: Line i Of Hats Use your...

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. — 28 August 1913

ETRP-ITOPIAL LIBAR1AH ST. JOHNS HERALD and Apache News Vol 29. ST. JOHNS, APACHE CO.. ARIZONA, AUGUST 28, 19 tS No. 52 Springerville Itms. "Concho Bill" (William Rus sell) was m town and had his beard amputated b y "Happy Jack" our new tonsorial artist. Jack is an artist when it comes .tp removing your superflous hirsute appendages. ' The Christian Endeavor So ciety of the Springerville Pres byterian Church gave a box sup per at the lake side Friday eve ning. The boxes were furnished bv the ladies and each gentle man put up a small cash pay ment and an abnormally large appetite,, judging from the way the good thiags in the boxes dis appeared. The supper was a great success financially, socially and gastrouomically. Pa-i Ruth was in'town las4- week All amateur story tellers take a back seat when Paul comes to .town ior he is suce a professional when it comes to this art. How ever, bur champion "Wbodrow" runs a close second in stringing yarns. Springerville played Eagar baseball again...

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. — 28 August 1913

OF LOCAL INTEREST ,r ' . , . .n Mr. Huff ot bpnngerville , came aown yesieruay wuu us J ., , line a neei as we nave se;eu in many a moon. The meat lastedquick and was certainly some came . i e will b e down again Tuesday ;and all who want a real steak should jipt.iau to see mm wnen neiou iHnPSS. Funeral ser . gets.'here. un monaay, August zom, Father Derichmont perform ed the ceremony at the Catho lic Church in St. Jours which made Jose Espinoza and Be atrix Baca man and wife. Mr'. Espinoza and Miss Baca are two of the popular young people of Springerville. ' Henry J. Piatt left Tuesday for. Holbrook. After attend ing to buisness there Mr Platt will probably go on the Im -periah Valley in' California to look after business matte's. During his absence the County-liecorder's office is under the able supervision of Miss Jane Brown. A crew of men have been busy the past two or three davs cutting a drain down the street on the west ?ide of fhe (Court House and then along -'in front of To...

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. — 28 August 1913

The St. Johns Herald , And Apache News - 1 ' Herald-News Qo. , Copartnership, Publishers. The Official Paper or Apache County. Published every Thursday at St. Johm, Arizona. SUBSCRIPTION RATE. One year....'.: .A $2.00 4arAli aubxciiptions mutt be paid in ADVANCE. The paper will be itopped at the expiration' of thctime aid for. I Adv crtisinc ratci furnished on application. The news of Apache County and General news, interseling to all AUGUST 28, 1913 One R eason tor Being a Good . Roads Booster. Two sealed bids wer e submit tedto the Board of Supervisors for the purchase of Apac he Coun ty ?s $25,000 road bonds. One of them came from a Chicago bank ing concern and was for par plus $15, and a reasonable amount for engraving the Twenty-five bonds and for an opinion as to the lega lity of the bonds. This bid also conditioned that the proceeds from such sale be deposited with the bank making the bid and be withdrawn as needed or upon en gineer's estimates. , - The other bid was submitte...

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. — 28 August 1913

V MINUTES Board of Supervisors Office of the Board Supervisors, St. Johns, Apache County, Ariz. August 18, 1913. Pursuant to adjournment the board of Supervisors met at ten o'clock A. M. Present Chair man, all members and Clerk. Hn. T. G. Norris, represent ing the Northern Arizona Fair Association appeared before the Board and requested its support in the matter of the proposed Northern Arizona Fair to be held in Prescott late in October or early in November. The follow ing resolution was passed: Be It Resolved that, in pursu ance of the provisions o'F a law recently passed by the State Legislature, Whereby any Coun ty in this State may appropriate the sum of fifty Dollars for Ons Million Dollars of Assessed valuation for that purpose, that we, the Board of Supervisors do nereoy signiiy our intention to appropriate the sum of Tvo Hundred and Fifty Dollars for the purpose of making proper ex hibits at said fair. it is hereby ordered thnt th e tax rate for the year 1013 for .State and...

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. — 28 August 1913

I A Resourceful Leader. ;It was during n sham battle that a young Georgia sergeant gave a command that will nass Lis name down to posterity in the unwritten legends of the national 'guard. His company held an exposed position, and in the ardor and excitement of their first baptism of fire they had disposed of enough cartridges to last a veteran through an all day battle: Suddenly they found their belts empty and necessarily the din of conflict lessened. It was then, that the gallant sergeant. hatlesF and flushed with battle frenzy, rushed dovn the line and shouted: "Keep up your fire, boys ! Don't let the enemy know your ammuni tion is out!" Saturday Evening TCo'st. ' Overrules Washington Monument Reg iji'alicn Fcr Benefit cf the Sightless. Tl.'i kind hearteduess of Mr: Taft Kin jit sincere, common sense sytn paiti'y with the unfortmimes in tula world bas jnst biu-u brought to the sit teution of the blind in a peculiar way. ' Awijy up in the top of tin Washing 'toil :iionument, wher...

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. — 28 August 1913

TOWtf AND COIMY. L. L. Lesueur of Eager was down the past week. Mr. Ashel Smith of Hunt was in.the city over Sunday "attending conference. Miss Lillian Greer is again in St. Johns after an absence of sev eral months. Everyone is glad to see Miss Greer back again. Proft Johnson ,and wife came in a few days ago, after an ex tended tour in their Ford. Prof. Johnson is looking fine and will make things hum the in musical line at the Academy this winter Andrew Gibbons, Jr., who is now making his home in Provo, Utah, is in town visiting with his people. Mr, Gibjaons is now connected kwith the B. Y. U . of Provo'and is doing much to place that institution in the lead ing rank of western celleges. Hou.W. W, Pace of Thatcher, one of Apache County's old timers, and one of the most in fluentil men of his home County, has been in the city Shaking hands with old friends after a fifteen years absence. Mr. Pace was'u accorapained by his wife and their presence, brought much ioy to their friends of...

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. — 4 September 1913

ST. JOHNS HERALD ;' ' and Ap'ache News ST. What We Have Stood For. FeJlow-Tax-Payers. N e i ghbors and Friends: y I am not writing this because I want to injure anyone. Ian writincr it because I believe the things 1' have to say should be brought to your attention. Here are a few of the things we have stood for in the past few months. First, it appears to me that we stood for beirfg deceived in the matter of the petition asking for the issuance of $25,000 road bonds Togefc our signatures, we were assured by the county attorney and his assistants that Apache County was going t(i get $10,000 from the federal government for road building if we would, put up $25,000. A majority of you gen tlemen, Signed that petition With that understanding. Long before the b6nds were issued,., the man ohat was instrumental in having tfie petitions circulated and the promises made regarding the $10,000 knew positively, that we would not get it. He kept that tact migbty quiet tnougn until after it was to...

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. — 4 September 1913

Springerville Items. Springerville played Eagar baseball again, last Sunday and won the game by a 1 arge score. The feature of the frame was the umpiring o f George Trimble George is a mechanic, .and has a mechanicaf eye and anything that calipered one three hundred and sixtieth of an inch on either side of the base be called a ball. Since the limit on the weight of parcel post' packages has been made ' considerable h i g h e ri Harris Greer proposes to return to St. Johns, by parcel post. It doesn't pay to swat flies all the time, regardless of the "fact tha'ttheSt. Johns papers -advocate it so strongly. A fellow swatted a horse fly on a mule and got. kicked to death, Keey away . from the government mule '"Pete". Bert J. Colter was in town Saturday nfghl. About five in next morning in the Annex of the Reagan Hotel someone was heard softly siriging "The Morning After the Night Before." Fur ther sounds indicated that the occupant of the room was sous ing his head in a pitcher of , wa...

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. — 4 September 1913

The 'St Johns Herald j And Apache News. George E. Waite, Publisher C. A. Narramore, Editor The Official Paper ot Apache County. Published every Thursday t St. Johns, Arizona. SUBSCRIPTION RATE. One, rear .. 'J J. 00 merKV. luhseriptions mutt be paU in ADVANCE. ' - c paper will be ttopped at the expiration of thetlme p ' lot. ( id ertUJnc rates iurnithed on application. The nrw of Apache County and General b inteiS ting to all SEPTEMBER 4. 1913 When we observe that the county was only able to pay for the lumber to build a couple of small bridges on the road running out from Concho to strike the main travelled freight road, while the citizens of that progress ive little community had to go to the mill and get lumber and then build the bridges, in order to make the road passable, it looks as- tbmigh the county was bankrupt, but on the o.therha nd when we see the money that is be ing spent on the Big Hollow job out past Neisou's ranch, dt looks as though the county had money to through ...

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. — 4 September 1913

News from Nixtrioso. We have been having a shower of rain nearly every clay for the past two weeks and things begin to look green again. Mrs. Lucinda Lee, who lias visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. O. Reynolds of Luna, N. M. has returned. Orson Wilkins is walking on crutches as the result of a bruis ed ankle and foot.- He was riding on the .running- gear of the wagon and caught his foot on a stump, and received a lick tha.t came nearly breaking his leg. The 01d(Eolk's party held on the 13th was a grand . success. Invitations were issued to those over fi f t y years of age, from Rudd Creek, Nutrioso, Alpine, Luna, Bl ae and Frisco. There was a nice crowd of Old people who were entertained from 10. A. M. until 3, P. M. a ball was given jn the evening and some(of the old people showed t .h e younger ones how t o. dance. The singing of Jim and Bolley by Uncle Nute Adair, and. a step dance by Uncle Lyman Hambliu were two features of the enler-,i tainment, long to be remembered Grandma Fulle...

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. — 4 September 1913

, Concho( Paragraphs. Mr. gydney Earl and Vio-. la Butler rere united in mar- riage at this place last veek. 'The Conchpites eujoed a.' line, danca on the evening! folio wili 2" the rpvpmnnv nil -pt ' "T i i iu-j.. iiy,i i a expense. j Earl and family of Springer- v i vine weie vi&aui? ueie, ac- sisting at the ceremony. , t Beatriz B ca of Bernalillo New Mexico, eft for her! home a day. or s'o'jigo after a few weeks' visit' with her sis ter' Mrs. A. 13 Candelaria. , Mrs Fau-tina Baca of E a.,i u,.., i - l -VU1C IJiia ueen .- jjenunig . a 'ffl-iew days in towv.ii with her son S'J r Prank.. Aj u Nabor Mirabel of San Ra ) fael, New New Mexico has been in our citv for a short time. Mr. Mirabel.s wife, who has been visiting har father, Juan Candelaria, re turned to New Mexiue with her husband. . Daniel Griego of El Tule ias a welcome visitor hare 'a 1 few days hist week. i Oarmel Chavez and wife made a very pleasant trip to Hoibrook last week and en joyed a brief visit with Mrs. Chav...

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. — 4 September 1913

Men and Women and Buttons. The differences of the sexes ih. the matter of buttoning clothes has stirrec? many thoughtful correspond ents to explanations. Men button their garments from left to right, women from right to left. And the difference arose, one may suspect, from the days when men habitually wore swords on their left side. In .moments of emergency it was neces sary to draw the sfrord with the right hand and button up the coat with the left." Therefore the tailors put the buttons on the right to be sought by the finger on the left hole. London Daily Chronicle. .The Lawyer's Choice. A judge and joking law3'er were conversing about the doctrine of transmigration of the souls of men into animals. "Now," said the judge, "suppose you and I were turned into a horse and an ass. Which would you prefer to be?" "The ass, to be sure," replied the lawyer.. "Why?" asked the judge. "Because' I have heard of an ,ass being a judge, but a horse., never." Notice to Creditors Estate of Samuel...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 4 September 1913

JIMMIE'S LONG SHOT. f It Was a Clever Bit of Roguery, but i the Crook Was Foiled. , Many ;i perfectly innocent man orwomau lias found himself or her- self in serious trouble in New York , without a moment's warning. There are new snares and traps baited each day for the unwary. One trap, which almost caught a man old enough to know better, was sprung on a subway station re cently, says the New York Sun. Vhile a crowd was waiting for a : train a well dresscd young man slop v ped "up to an elderly man and said quietjy: "I'll trouble you to return that money vou just took out of my pocket." , "What do you 'moan?" asked thf ' . older man in aslonikhment. "That Wi you robbed me of,'' (- said the younger man., "(Jive it up." A policeman walked up and the young man soon explained the trou , 'hie. ' "Do vou accuse the man of rob bing you?" asked the policeman. Ye," slid the young man. "That 1 man stood near me. and now 1 re member he jostled me several time-. Jlejias inv money." This the ot...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 4 September 1913

Wh iting s at ra:r WHITING & BERRY Lumber Company We have a good stock of seasoned lumber on hand AT THE MILL and at OUR-YARD IN ST. JOHNS We arc cutting 40 to 60 thousand feet per week and can fill any cemmon bill, while you load. We have our mill in a virgin grove of the best timber on the mountain and that means better lumber' Our prices arc right. Rates on big bills: - ST. JOHNS BOTTLING WORKS We bottle all kinds of soda water, ginger ale, root BEER 'AND ANYTHING IN SOFT DRINKS. ' . . We use nothing but pure sugar and vguaran-j teed extracts Remember we save you the freight Now is the time to put away your fruit fpr winter YOU NEED fruit jars, jeiley glasses, kettles pans, etc.; AM o which you tfil find at THE CASH STORE. Ask those-who are saving m getting our prices. Use your furniture while you pay for it. This beautiful cabi net or any thing else in furnir ture we will put in your house for 1.00 and the balance smal' weekly payments. This includes pianos, stoves, beds, ma...

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. — 11 September 1913

3 ST. JOHNS HERALD and , Apache News . ST. JOHNS, APACHE CO.. ARIZONA, SEPTEMBER ll, 19 tS Vol. 30. No. 2 Springerville Items. . On Sunday afternoon and Mon day morning, September 7th and 8th the Springer nine played St.. Johns and won two hard ijought .baseball games. Both g am e s ' were last and exciting and the the result Was ,not certain until the 'last batter was called put as the score by innings will j show: J 12345 0 789 Total Springerville 011010003 ;6 At. J6lm 1 0 2 0,2 0 0 0 0 5 Springerville 030000343 13 St. .Johns 2 1 0 3.1 3 .0 0 1 11 ' Springerville won both games in the ninth inning which speaks well for the fighting spirit 'of the Springerville pick up, nine. Tony and Loot were on the mound for Springe rville and pitched excellent ball. The St. Johns sluggers did.'some terrific slugging but their hits were not bunched. If rooting could only win ai game, S t. Johns should haye taken them both. When it comes to roasting the visiting team St. , Johns rooters aie some ...

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. — 11 September 1913

MLNUTES Board of Supervisors Office or the Board Superyisors St. Johns, Apache County Ariz. September 2, 1913. Pursuant to adjournment the Board met at nine o'clock A. M. Present, .7, ik. Armijo, Chiarraan H. J, Knight and P. B. Cande laria, members, Theo. Lopez, Clerk. The Treasurer's Report for month of1 August was audited and approved. Saiid report showed ' Expenditures for month $758. 37 Bsrtin Treasury Sept. 1, $11, 784.29, The following reports were then examined nd approved : Dionicio Duran. Tax Assessor, Gilbert E, 'Greer, Supt. of Schools. , H, J. Piatt. County Recorder. B. Y. Peterson Clerk Sup. Court, n Sylvester Prealta, Sheriff J. S. Gibbons, J. P. and Elish'a Averett, J. P. ' The following entry was dic ated by the County Attorney; In the matter of the consider ation of claims against the Coun ty, the following re'solulion was, unanimously adopted. Be it resolved; That in the matter of the consideration of claims against' the county that no claims will be considered by...

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. — 11 September 1913

-J. The St. Johns Herald xAnd Apache News. George E. Waito, Publisher C. A, Narramore. Editor The Official Paper oi Apache County. Publiihed every Thursday at St. Johnr, Arizona. SUBSCRIPT ION RATE. One rear. $1.00 T All ubtcriptJon mutt be paid in ADVANCE. The paper will be stopped at the expiration of thetlm p id for. Ad ertitingratcs furnished on application. The news of Apache County and General 1 news, interesting to all SEPTEMBER 11 1913 A Menace to Public Health ( Fellow-citizens of St. Johns, suppose someone who was dear to you should fall ill tomorrow with typhoid, and suppose that you v knew, after it' was too late to prevent the illness or possibly save the life of that person, that ou could" have done so, just im agine how you would reel about theftinatter. The Herald-News believes that just such a case, or prpbably many such cases, are not only possible right now, but are very probable. There are a dozen different spots in our town today where the streets are filled wit...

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. — 11 September 1913

! THE STELLAR SYSTEM. - There May Be a Hundred Million Stars, Perhaps Many More. ' We think of the multitudes of the stars and would in all probability . boldly say that on a clear, frosty, mqonless night we ..see millions of them. In reality on such a night, if -we leave out'tne faintly luminous Milky way, we see less than 3,000 distinct stars. in the whole starry sphere, of which we see only half at any given time, there are only a score of first magnitude stars, beginning with Sirius, the brightest' of them, and including stars1 like Orion's right shoulder and. left' knee, Betelgeux and Eigel, Vega and Arcturus. Of stars of the second magnitude, like six of the seven stars in the Dipper, there are in all sixty-five. Of stars of the third magnitude, like the re maining star of the Dipper, where the handle joins the bowl, tlKre are 190; of stars of -the fourth mag nitude, under 500; of the fifth, just . oyer 1,000, and ofi the sixth, the extreme limit visible to the naked eye on th...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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