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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 11 September 1913

Whiting's A'. . V WHITING & BERRY Lumber Company We have, a good stock of seasdned lumber on hand AT THE MILL AND AT OUR YARD IN ST JOHNS , We are cutting 40 tp 60 thousand feet per week and can fill any ; common bill wjile 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 riHt - Rates on big bills: , ST. JOHNS OTTLING WORKS BOTTLE ALL KINDS OK SODA WATER, GINGER ALE, ROOT BEER AND ANYTHING IN SOFT DRINKS. We use nothing but jpure sugar and guaran teed extracts Remember we save 'you the freight AT WHITING'S ICE CREAM PARLOR YOU WILL FIND fee Cream in all flavors. Ice cold sodas FROM THE FOUNTAIN and everything that is good Get another dish before the season closes Don't Forget ' Our' , Line Of Hats 4THE PRETTY fl$ Now is the time to put away your fruit for ,winter YOU NEED fruit jars, jelley glasses, kettles pans, etc.,?' A11 of which you imdais THE CASH STORE. Ask those who are saving money by getting our...

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. — 11 September 1913

A Very "Unclubable" Man. Boswell gives the number of orig inal members of "The Club" as nine. One of them, however, Sir John Hawkins, presently withdrew , his own version beiDg that "The Club's" late hours were inconsistent with his domestic arrangements. On the authority of Sir Joshua Eeynolds, Boswel was able to give the true reason. Hawkins wais so rude to Burke one evening that the other members made it plain to him that his company was no longer wel come. i , It was in connection with Haw kins and his "behavior at "The Club" that Johnson coined a most useful word. Hawlnns refused to pay his share of the reckoning for the sup per, on the ground that he usually ate no supper at home. "Sir John, sir," commented John son, "is a very unclubable man." How Ho Hatod Smokers! Tennyson- was the smoking poet of the Victorian era. His two great contemporaries Browning and Swinburne hated tobacco, espe cially Swinburne. He expressed Tjimself with characteristic vehe mence. He had wandered i...

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. — 11 September 1913

(Continued from page 2 )" 'Solomon Waite 4 " 21 St. Johns Water Co water 5:65 1 F., W. Nelson exp. 9.50' Wilhelm Gibbons, bounty 7,75 F.. T. Colter, gen. exp. 85, Road Fund Iaac Isaacson salary 100. Alejandro Pena labor, 4, A mbrosio Gonzales, labor 4.85 A & B Schuster radse , 12 65 ACMI mdse and frt 135.80 Becker Merc Co, road work' 2$. EE Bark " 34. Henry Udall " E- A. Burk Juan Baca road work Loterio Candeloria " -36. 113 16 43.40 32. 20. 3, 7. Pedra, Baldonado ..(.'. F. Hastings J. S. Sanches Parks Bros.,auto & extras 1165:80 Orvi! Burk, road work -JO. EvaristoSiiva ' 20. Jid. H,! Petersen " .N21. Jo. A. Burk,' ' ' V . x 40. Geo. -A. Brown " 5. Bond Road Fund C. F. Montross, printing 15 00 . Llin Mwfian, services 5 00 W, A. Crossland, hotel exp. '.W 75 -(.rorclon Parks, services , 31 50 Greg iria Garcia' service T. T. Pauls hotel exp. 33 7b J. M. Hains typewriting- 4 00 Abelino Jara-millo, services 2,00 Outdoor Relief Cash Orders. Fraicisco ifuanez $10; Jesus Romero $10;...

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. — 11 September 1913

'V . ' ' ANYBODY SEEN BILLY? Lost: One very valuable Goat. Aiiy. reasonable reward will be given lor suggestions mat win y aid in procuring the return of this animal to The St.1 Johns Baseball Team. They came; they sawand they took it away with them. "Who? Whyi that Springerville aggre gation of diamond experts of course! l A nr? thfrp wn. wppm n cr and wailing and" several sore spots. They wereboth of them mighty good games just the 'same. The S'pringervillians came down like the wolf onNthe fold lastSuh ' day and when the game was over ' the score was ,5 to 6 and our -neighbors had the long end of. it atVthat. That made an even break for St Johns had a former i pramftto fthftir r.rpdit. Thp. tie ! had to be played off, so the boys from the upper country remained over until Monday morning in order that our team might haye revenge and they got it to the tune of the short end of an 11 to l3vSCore- Isn't it sad! Sunday's game was the be; t that has eyer been played on a ' St. Johns di...

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. — 25 September 1913

ttijptTPRTAT. T TT5 Al iH , ST JOHNS HERALD and Apache News , Vol, 30. ' ST. JOHNS, APACHE CO.. ARIZONA, SEPTEMBER 2S, 19.13 No. 4 CITY PARK TO HAVE V ' FINE GRANDSTAND, Next Saturday mor mng at ten o'clock bids will be opened by the Park Commissioners for the erect ion of a real up-to-date grand stand inthe StJohns City Park. The expense of this much-needed improvement will be met by pri vate contributions and by funds now in the hands of the Townsite Trustees that are available for the improvement of the city park, The grandstand will be forty seven feet in length and twenty three feet wide, with eight tiers of seats running lengthwise. The higher tier of seats will be six feet higher than the lower, sthus giving an excellent view to all, no matter "what seat thev may occupy The seating capac ity will be about two hundred . and fifty The structure wjH be ' roofed arid weather-boarded on the north and screened in front. It will be located in the north west corner of the park, so th...

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. — 25 September 1913

: : County Clans of Northern Arizona! i t Join1 at Prescott, October 27-28-29, 1913 g ,FIRST NORTHERN ARIZONA FAIR g : ' Great representative exhibition of resources and industries of Apache, 'Navajo A , Coconino, , Mohave and Yavapai counties. Write Secretary, tor premium list cov V erinff entries in AGRICULTURAL, MINERAL, HU-KTlUUliTUKALr, ruUL V TRY' LIVESTOCK! ART. EDUCATIONAL AND WOMEN'S DEPART- V MFiNTS I to 1 Prices Aggregate $1800.00 tHREE PREMIUM RIBBONS IN EACH CLASS; 350 CLASSES Under direction of Tom Mix, famous fancy rider and bulldogger, the frest pro- V- gram of Western stunts', flat and harness racing and automobile and motorcycle C4 tv races ever pulled off in Northern Arizona, will b shown on the Fair grounds 7 each afternoon. Grand Spectacular Illuminated Night. ; Reproduction of Scenes f rom "Daysof '49 X' The Selig Polypcope Cbmpany stars will present, BIG VAUDEVILLE ; PRO- OGRAM, at Elks' Theater, OCTOBER 29, introducing original skits by Wm! Dun- Lester Cwnneo...

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. — 25 September 1913

The St. Johns HeraB And Apache News. George E. Waite, Publisher C. A. Narramore, Editor The Official Paper of Apache County. Published every Thursday,at St. Johns, Arizona. SUBSCRIPTION RATE. Onr year $1.00 ' 4WAUjb:tiptionsniutbepaidin ADVANCE. The paper will be stopped at the expiration of the time paid for. Advertising rates furnished on application. The news of Apache County and General news, interesting to alf" SEPTEMBER 25, 1913 Theyre Taking The Bulj The Horns. That, the m a n y complaints that have been recently made as to the manner in which the Road Fund of this county is being-expended are being- heeded by the Board of Supervisors, and that that body was decided that it is up to tbem to ignore much of the advice and many of the sugges tions that have been made re garding road construction by the 'big noise' in County affairs at the present time, was we beliav forcibly- shown last Saturday when Hon. J. R. Armijo, Chair man of the Board asked Mr. Crossland, the road enginee...

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. — 25 September 1913

Whitin gs 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 right. Rates on big bills: Now is the time to put away your fruit for winter fruit jars,-jelley glasses, ketties pans, etc! A11of tfhich you vQ find at ST. JOHNS BOTTLING WORKS 'WE BOTTLE ALL KINDS OF ,SODA WATER, G-INGER ALE, ROOT BEER AND. ANYTHING IN SOFT DRINKS. We use nothing but vpure sugar and guaran teed extracts Remember we save you the freight AT WHITING'S ICE CREAM, PARLOR YOU WILL FIND: Ike Cream in ail flavors, ice cold sodas , FROM THE FOUNTAIN, li (Root beer, Coco Cola, carbonated grape juice and everything that Is good. Get another dish before the season closes Ask those who are saving money bif gettingotr prices. - Use your furnitur...

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. — 25 September 1913

SOBS FROM THE EARTH. Waitings FromWithin When the Land Trembles In Haiti. Earthquake sounds hav.e been va riously described and might be ex pected to differ widely 'according to circumstances and locality. The island of Haiti, which is situated in a neighborhood where the earth is in continual state of tremor, is visit-; ed by a peculiar earthquake sound which is locally called the "gouffre," and an account of it appears in the Bulletin Semestriel of the Port au -Prince meteorological observatory. the mountain range of La Selle, which is about 7,000 feet high and which, unstable till, gives evidence 01 past voieuuiu auuviiy. j 'The sounds are apparently the same earthquakes, and l he. Same "gouf- fre is applied to both. Its noise JXw;,.,,,, ,.;e f bAbgilUn .TVHit LlllJV. W V- 1 UVMUUD KJi. ( i weeks, and the Vi i i vicar of Croix-des-. Bouquets, fifteen miles north of . ,the mountain range, gives the fol-' lowing description of if : "During the day the sound was ,, heard from the so...

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. — 25 September 1913

I i t Punishing a Court Fool. Ivan the Terrible, Peter the Great and the Emperor Paul had rough ways with theirtfools. A dag ger thrust would follow a poor joke and banishment any sign of declin ing wit. Once when Fougere, the jester of Czar Paul, offended his royal master he was permitted to depart in peace) In the middle of the night, however, he was aroused and ordered to get up and prepare for immediate banishment to Si beria. In vain the. unhappy man pleaded. He was bundled into a dark van and driven away on his long journey. Day after day, week after week, it lasted. Upon arrival he stepped out into the presence of the czar. All the time he had ybeen driven not toward Siberia, but around and around St. Petersburg! A Widow Who Was Calm. A lawyer was entertaining dinner guests recently with stories from his personal experiences. "A woman came into my office one afternoon and said she wanted to see a lawyer on a rather impor tant matter' he said. "She -was very prim and self poss...

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. — 25 September 1913

I V Notice to Taxpayer. .of Apache County, Arizona. Office of the Treasurer and Ex Officio Tax Collector of Apache County, Arizona. Notice is hereby given that the Duplicate Assessment Roll of Apache Qpunty, for theyear .1913, is now in my possession for the collection of the tax?s levied therein; that said taxes are now due and payable at ihe office of the,, County Treasurer and Tax : C Elector, located in the court house, at St. Johns, Apache County 'and that said taxes will become delinquent on the Seeond Monday of December, (December 8th.) 191$, at; five o'clock, P. M.; and that unless paid on that day or prior thereto, four per cent will be added to the amount there of as penalty, and interest from the,time( of delinquency at the rate of ten per cent per anuum . until paid. , vJt is further provided by the S't; tutej, of 1913 iha; 10 it'; r days tlie 3st day of December the back'tax book shall be made up ' and an additional fee of fifteen cents shall be added for each . ti act ...

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. — 25 September 1913

1 " MOHAMMEDAN HOLIDAYS. They Are Not Numerous and Are Solemn Rather Than Gay. In nothing is the natural sober ness of the Turk more manifest than in his holidays. He keeps fewer of them than his Christian compatriot, and most of them he celebrates in such, a way that an outsider would scarcely suspect the fact. This is partly perhaps a mat ter of temperament, and partly be cause Islam has not yet passed a certain stage of evolution. A holi day, that is, is still a holy day. Secu lar and patriotic festivals are every where of comparatively recent ori gin. . , ' In Turkey, where church and state are one to a degree now un known in western countries, there was no real national holiday until 1909., Then the first anniversary of the re-establishment of the con stitution was celebrated on the 23d of July (July 10, old style). A highly picturesque celebration it was, too, in Constantinople at least, with its magnificent array of rugs and medieval tents on the hill di Liberty, its review o...

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. — 2 October 1913

ST. JOHNS HERALD and Apache News Vol 30. ST. JOHNS, APACHE CO.. ARIZONA, OCTOBER 2, 19 i3 ' No. S Navajos in the Clutches of the Law. - The medicine man is dead, the young Navajo Squaw who he was treating, is deadjWrestling Brave, Red Beard, -two uncles of the squaw andalso one of her cous ins, are behind the bars of the Countv Jail, Bitter Water, an old witch, a young medicicine man and Streaked Hair, apparentiy an innocent bystander, will have their preliminary hearing before Judge. S.E Day at Fort Befiance on October 16th, and thereby whangs a tale of witchcraft, mys tery, star-gazing and Death. Attorney Ove E. Overson re turned last evening from a trip ' to Fort Defiance where he repre sented the State in the prelimin ary hearing of three Navajoes, charged with the murder of an aged medicine man. Sheriff iWalta also returned, bringing along the three whose hearing was had, while three more, who rtppear to be implicated, demand ed counsel and consequently their hearing was postpo...

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. — 2 October 1913

) LAND SCRIP, ($) Homesteaders and others desiring to &) obtain title to public land can do so through the use of scrip at $3.00 per acre (?) Scrip requires neither residence nor culti- ) vation, and is sold under an . absolute guarantee - $ Our years of experience both' in the (J) General Land Office at Washington and Qr) the Land Office at Phoenix is at your () ,($) service on any matter pertaining to con- (?) tests, repayments homesteads desert land or mineral applications. Write us ($) about your land troubles today (?) HAMPTON & ARNOLD, Phoenix, Arizona. BAZAN AGAIN IN LIMELIGHT. (A number of contradictory stories have been eroinef the rou,nds of the press recently in regard, to the Killing , of Jose Martinez on September 21st, Mr. Martinez has beeji, killed at half a dozen different places, ac cording- tathe stories' circulated, among them being Heber, Taylor and other points in Navajo Coan ty. Owing: to the fact that Yg nacio Bazan, the man charged with the killing-, ...

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. — 2 October 1913

News from Ntitriosb. , The gardens were killed on the night of the 24th by frost and on the evening of the 25 a light snow foil in the foot hills, but as yet the grain isu t damaged, liie crops are better than it was thot they would be. One lady was known to say that instead of repairing fences the people here got another dog. Well we are still getting dogs. Let's get busy n.ow and repair our fen ces and ship a car load of our dogs. What do y o u say?, ' School is, progressing nice ly with "Willis S. Gibbons as teacher. V Mr. Frank Lee and family of Alpine and David Lee .were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Lee last Sunday, Mrs. A. 0. Reynolds and iamijy made a visit t o our town recently. , , Miss Eva Lee is visiting in Luna N. M. Arch Maxwell attended the fair at Winslow,' Mrs. IdaIaxwell was in town this week from their camp on the mountain. uPhere was a . fine load of grapes brougbt.into town this week' from the E,io Grande, and those who did not-Sample them, s u rely missed a tr...

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. — 2 October 1913

f The St Johns Herald 1 And Apache News. . George E. Waite, Publisher C. A, Narramore, Editor Tht Official Paper oi Apache County. Published cvetj Thursday at St. Johnt,Arizona. SUBSCRIPTION RATE. One year $J.O0 All inscriptions must be paid In ADVANCE The paper will be stopped at the expiration of thctlme paid for., Advertising rates furnished on application. The news of Apache County and General news, interesting to all OCTOBER 2, 19.13 A READING LESSOR , ' The First reader class will now come forward and recite. John ny, you may read first. Pay at. tention . children. All right, Johnny. Go ahead now, Oh Papa, see the man's hat in the mud hole there in the street. Let us get the bat. f No, no, my son, we must not get it. , The hat is on the man's head. But Papa, I cannot see the man. "Where is he? Why, the man is in the .mud and you can only see his hat. , But Papa, can the mud be so deep that, it hides the man. Why, my boy, the mud is much deeper than that even. The man is standi...

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. — 2 October 1913

T Notice to Taxpayers, of Apache County, Arizona. Office of the Treasurer and Ex Officio Tax Collector of Apache County, Arizona. Notice is hereby given that the Duplicate Assessment Roll of Apache County, for theyear 1913, is now in. my possession for the collection of t h e taxes levied therein; that said taxes are now due and payable at the office of the County Treasurer and Tax Collector, located in the court house, at St. Johns. Apache County and that said taxes will become delinquent on the Seeond Monday of December, (December 8th) llS, at live o'clock P. M.; and that unless paid on that day or prior thereto,- four per cent will beaddedto the amount there of as penalty, and interest from the time of delinquency, , at the rate of ten per cent per irjuum until paid. , It is further provided by ;the St .tutes of 1913 that 10 af u r days the 31st day of December the back tax book shall be" made up and an additional fee of fifteen cents shall be addedv for each tract of land or tow...

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. — 2 October 1913

Whitin g s WHITING & BERRY Lumber Company We have a good stock of seasoned. lumber on hand THE MILL AND AT OUR YARD IN ST. JOHNS We are cutting 40 to 60 thousand feetper 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 right. v - -1 Rates on big bills: Now is the time to put away your fruit for winter fruit jars, jeSfey glasses, kettles pans, etc., All of which you Will find at 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 Rbnember we save you the freight AT WHITING'S ICE CREAM PARLOR YOU WILL FIND FROM THE FOUNTAIN tRoot kert Coco Cola, carbonated grape juke Get another dish before the season closes Don't Forget Our Line ' Of THE CASH ST rrr-n a Ask those who are saving money by getting our' prices. Use your furniture while you pay for it....

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. — 2 October 1913

JAPANESE SWMRS. Experts That Can Almost Literally Walk Upon the Water. It is a common practice for stu dents of the universities and schools of Japan td go to the seaside dur ing the summer months and there train systematically. Regular courses of instruction in swimming are giv- en to those who wish for them. Mr. i E. J. Harrison in "The Fighting Spirit of Japan" tells of some of the feats performedby the expert ' swimmers. The Japanese are fond of swim ming, and mongjthe younger gen eration of students aricl the coast' population there are some splendid long distance swimmers. Schools . of natation teach the art in a sys tematic manner, and, although the best racing Tecords in Japan are not equal to the western, a Japa nese expert can perforin some trn- - jly wonderful feats. For example, he can jump into deep water, and maintain his position with the wa ter no higher than the loins, while -he fires a muskSt or a bow and ar- row, writes on a slate, paints a picture on a fan with a...

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. — 2 October 1913

. : : l, i l llAf- A Join at Prescott, October 27-28-29, 1013 FIRST NORTHERN ARIZONA FAIR 1 Great representative exhibition of resources and industries of Apache, Navajo Coconino; Mohave and Yavapai counties. Write Secretary for premium list cov ering entries in AGRICULTURAL, MINERAL, HORTICULTURAL, POUL TRY, LIVESTOCK ART, EDUCATIONAL AND WOMEN'S DEPART MENTS. . - 9 Prizes Aggregate $1800.00 THRElp PREMIUM RIBBONS 'IN EACH CLASS; 350 CLASSES. Under direction of Tom Mix, famous fancy jider and.bulldogger, the best pro- V gram of Western stunts, flat and harness racing, and, automobile and motorcycle races ever pulled off in Northern Arizona, will be shown on the Fair grounds A each afternoon. i i Grand Spectacular Illuminated Nigiif . I Reproduction of Scenes from "Days of '49' - .The Selig Polypcope Company stars will present, BIG VAUDEVILLE PRO-' )GRAM, at Elks' Theater, OCTOBER 29, introducing original skits by'Wm. Dun can, Rexd'e Roselli, Marshal, Stedman, Tom Mix, Lester Cunneo...

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