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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 2 May 1918

Si St. Johns is having a healthy substantial growth. Lands are cheap but rapidly increasing in value. Best climate on earth. VOLUME 34 ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA, MAY 2, 1918 NO. 36 Local Items o-o Are you trying to do your part with that war garden ? Fill every nook in your garden with something profitable. Gov. Hunt has called a special session of the legislature for May 21. FOR SALE I have a few tons of good hay for sale. Reasonable price. H. J. PLATT, St. Johns. I have a goo'd team of mares which I will trade for good sad dle horses. Joy B. Patterson, Sc. Johns, Arizona. Mrs. Blazzard and daughter Charlotte, left last Saturday for an extended visit with relatives and friends at Thatcher. Banker Abel Ortega and wife are again at home after spending a week with friends at Gallup and at the Ojo Bonita ranch. Word has been received here from Forest Richey, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Richey, from somewhere in France, that he had arrived safely. Fred Duran is in the city from hi...

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. — 2 May 1918

AMERICAN BLOOD "YOU MUST THE TUSCANIAl ? EE San Francisco Woman Gave Country Three SoldiersOne Lost With Torpedoed Transport. TWOSONSSENT to FRENCH FRONT 99 WETS TRENCHES Prominent Woman Worker Says American Women Must Quit Being Parasites Mrs. Louise Moore of 139 First ave nue, San Francisco, knows the mean ing of war. In the front window of her home a service flag shows three stars. Three of her sons answered the call to colors. And when the Tuscanla was torpe doed, with the loss of more than one hundred American lives, her eldest son, "William Moora, made the great sacrifice for his country. On the rocky coast of Ireland' he lies hurled in the grave which enfolds others of his com rades in arms. The other two sons of Mrs. Moore, who were also on the Tuscanla, are listed among those saved. The joy over their safety has been tempered only by the grief which followed the word of William's passing. "I told those boys I was sorry that there was occasion to go to war," said Mrs. Moore,...

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. — 2 May 1918

ST. JOHNS HERALD AND APACHE NEWS than'he In time like this at helm of state to be. WAITE BROS., Publishers. Geo. E. Waite - Business Manager J W. Waite, Assistant Entered in the Post Office at St. Johns, Arizona, ai Second Class Mai Matter. pgued every Thursday. Subscription price one dollar a vear, in advance ADVERTISING RATES Display Adv., per inch per issue 20c. Locals, per line per issue - - 10c. Readers, per inch, per issue - 45c. Display ads, plate form per inch - 15c. Readers, plate form, per inch - 40c. Legal ads. per inch at legal rates The above rates are the rates per issue. OFFICIAL PAPER OF APACHE COUNTY May 2, 1918. A TRIBUTE TO WILSON. Whenever in the past has come an hour That called for service, God has raised to power, From other tasks, from path3 oft far away From that in which his later du ties lay, The man He had prepared the need to 'meet; See Gideon by the winepress thresh his wheat. And at God's call go forth with his small band To slay the foe that ravaged a...

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. — 2 May 1918

A. S. GIBBONS Attorney and Counselor at Law St. Johns Arizona. United States Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, State of Arizona. 6 W. D. RENCHER Civil Engineer Speciality. Irrigation Engineering St. Johns, Arizona QENARO ACOSTA Contraxtor and Builcfet All Carpenter and Painting Worl? Best Aachinery Shop in the town Plans and Estimates "Furnished For first class job work at right prices, come to the St. Johns Herald. Satisfaction guaranteed. United States Land Office, At Phoenix, Arizona. State of Arizona. To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that the State of Arizona, under the pro visions of the Act of Congress, approved June 20, 1910, (36 Stats. 557), has filed in this office its School Indemnity LandSelections, applying t. select as indemnty, the lands described as follows: 1421037358: In T. 8N.,R. 28 E., Lotl;NENW;NNE Sec. 18: NWiNEi; NJNWi; SWJNWi Section 17. (All in G. & S. R. M.) . During the five weeks period of publication of this notice or any tim i thereafter...

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. — 9 May 1918

St. Johns is having a healthy substantial growth. Lands are cheap but rapidly increasing in value. Best climate on earth, VOLUME 34 ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA, MAY 9, 1918 NO. 37 Local Items o-o Prof. H. N. Blazzard motored to Snowflake last Thursday. Mrs. E. W, Grimes is quite ill at her home in this city. The board of Supervisors were in session the forepart of the week. When a man will cut off his nose to spite his face, and use the 'war' as an excuse oh, -well Henry Reynold, of Luna, N.M., once a resident of St. Johns, was a visitor her during conference. D. H. Sandin returned last week from Coalville, Utah, where he has spent the past few months. Welcome home. Nathan Barth, the well-known sheep and cattleman from the Zuni country, was in town during court. Bernardo Gonzales was in from his ranch Tuesday purchasing supplies. He says that he is try ing to raise some wheat to help win the war. Leandro Ortega, a prominent stockman, has moved from Con cho, where he has reside...

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. — 9 May 1918

ST. JOHNS HERALD AND APACHE NEWS S. Must Cut Use 3 O 3 The Bank of the People Efficiency, Courtesy and Strength. g WAITE BROS., Publishers. Geo. E. Waite . Business Manager J W. Waite, Assistant " " Entered in the Poit Office at St. Johns, Arizona, Second Class Mai Matter. Consumed 42,000,000 Bushels Monthly. From Now Until Harvest Must Use RATION PER PERSON IS 1 POUNDS WHEAT PRODUCTS WEEKLY Military Necessity Calls for Greater Sacrifice Here-r-Allied War Bread Must Be Maintained Our Soldiers and Sailors to Have Full Allowance. If we are to furnish the Allies with the necessary propor tion of wheat to maintain their war bread from now until the next harvest, and this is a military necessity, we must reduce our monthly consumption to 21,000,000 bushels a month, as against our normal consumption of about 42,000,000 bushels, or 50 per cent, of our normal consumption. This is the situa tion as set forth by the U. S. Food Administration at Washing ton. Reserving a margin for distribution...

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. — 9 May 1918

The citizens of Nutrioso have proven themselves loyal Ameri cans by buying Liberty Bonds doubling their quota, which was $400.00. There was $900.00 worth bought in our little town and by people, too, who couldn't afford it, as the term goes. Neither could we afford to let others bear the burdens of this great war which we feel as deeply interest ed in as other true patriots. Be sides there is such a thing as slacking, you know, and who is the greater slacker, the man who hesitates to sacrifice his life for liberty or. the one who hesitates to sacrifice a little convenience in helping furnish the war? Mrs. , Mary A. Love, Marcellus Hulsey and Willard Hamblin was the committee who canvassed the town and surrounding ranches in the interest of the Liberty Bond. The school children has bought between $75 and $80 in Thrift Stamps. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meador and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tenney of . Alpine attended the dance here Monday night, given by the Re lief Society for the benifit of the Red ...

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. — 9 May 1918

"Complete Financial Mobilization- Meaning of 3rd Liberty Loan One in Every Six Must Subscribe-Message of Governor Hunt By George W. P. Hunt, Governor of Arizona. The floating of the Third Lib erty Loan again brings to our at tcntionthe necessity for complete mobilization of our financial re sources. The- response to the first two loans in Arizona was highly gratifying and a splendid testimony to the organizations that directed the work. But those organizations, untiring as they are, cannot acleve te fullest measure of success with out co-operation from every indi vidual. The Secretary of the Treasury believes that to make the Third Liberty Loan a complete success one in every six persons must sub scribe. This means that in Arizona our showing must be even more representative than before; there fore, to the individual of limited means so vital to the success of these loans I would say that in placing your expenditures at an ir reducible ..minimum ..you are not only performing a patri...

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. — 16 May 1918

.a . . VOLUME 34 ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA, MAY 16, 1918 NO. 38 St. Johns is having a healthy substantial growth. Lands are cheap but rapidly increasing in value Best climate on earth. 0-0 Joy B. Patterson spent Sunday at his cow camp on Blanco. C. C. Naegle the prosperous cattleman of Vernon is at home for a few days. W. W. Sherwood has bought a Ford Truck and will now haul freight from Holbrook to St. Johns. Master Brigham Naegle return ed from Flagstaff last Saturday. Brig has been attending the N. A. Normal. Mr. Alex. J. McKay of the beautiful city of Springerville, was a business visitor here last Tuesday. I have a good team of mares which I will trade for good sad dle horses. Joy B. Patterson, Sc. Johns, Arizona. Frank Thomas is at home for a few days. He has been out on the Blanco at work for the past two or three weeks. Thos Jones is at home for a visit with his mother, brothers and sisters, before leaving to serve Uncle Sam May 25th. Mrs. Fred Thompson of Sedona Ari...

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. — 16 May 1918

for accepted $ 54.99 37.50 581.23 24.00 492.88 Proceedings of the Board of Supervis ors, Apache County, Arizona. o-o St. Johns, Arizona, May 6, 1918. The Board convened on this date at the hour of 10 a. m., there being present Chairman Heber Jarvis, Members John C. Hall and W. A4 Saunders, Clerk Levi S. Udall. Minutes of the April meeting- were read and approved. Out Door Relief for the month of May was ordered paid . The Indi gent allowance of Mrs Newman Brown in the sum of $10.00 per month was ordered discontinued by the board, this action was taken after advising- with Judge Crosby who has the minor children in charge. The clerk was instructed to notify the A, C. M. I. at Eagar through whom the allowance has been paid in the past. The Board having called for bids on the feeding of County risSx!Sr2 f":r tfeo balance of the year 1918i and N P Duran having 40c per meal delivered at the Court House, the Board the bid and ordered contract awarded to the said N. P. Duran. The following...

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. — 16 May 1918

Supervisors Proceedings. (from second page) E I Whiting, road lumber " 120 51 H A Cooper, blacksmith work at Holbrook 21 25 Anderson Merc Co. express on plow points etc 12 50 The following Foremens pay rolls for the month of April were approved: Groyer C Udall, foreman, St Johns to Steel Bridge road $472 00 W B Eagar, foreman, Springerville to St Johns 555 00 Pay Roll demand for the salaries of county and precinct offi cers for the month of April, 1918, were approved by the Board as follows: Chairman of Board Member " " Heber Jarvis, John C. Hall, W. A. Saunders, LeviS. Udall, Clerk Dr. T. J. Bouldin, Supt of health E. W.. Grimes, Sheriff H. C. Johnson, Deputy & Jailor John R. Coleman, deputy sheriff F V, Barber, deputy sheriff Thomas Perez, " John H. Udall, Clerk of Court Greg Garcia, Court Reporter , " A. S. Gibbons, County Attorney Joe Burgess, Treasurer Anella S. Lytle, Recorder Geo H Crosby Jr, Judge, Superior Court J. A, Mineer, Assessor 1st half $ 50.00 41.66 41.66 62.50 ...

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. — 16 May 1918

SHALL WE SEE IT THROUGH OR QUIT? The Government is finding it nec essary to call upon us three, times within a year to provide by subscrip tions to Liberty Loans, sums of money hitherto considered of fabulous pro portions. These facts should im press upon us as no mere words could do, the intense seriousness, the stern necessities, of the situation. Continued acquaintance with the more serious aspects of life is apt to breed indifference, and to distort our mental vision. As the. soldier shud ders with horror at his first sight of carnage, but later becomes hard ened, so are we apt to become com placent under conditions which call actually for increasingly strenuous effort. The Liberty Loan with Its original accompaniments of novelty and noise appealed to our national love of a new sensation. In the Third Cam paign much of the novelty will be ' vio coritvis nurnose be hind the campaign will have grown. Our money was needed when both the First and Second Liberty Loans were floated, b...

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. — 23 May 1918

St. Johns is having a healthy substantial growth. Lands are cheap but rapidly increasing in value. Best climate on earth. VOLUME 34 ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA, MAY 23, 1918 NO. 39 To the People of Arizona. o-o W. A. MOEUR. Born in Tennessee 1865; moved" to Texas in 1871, and engaged in stock raising and farming at an early age. Came to Maricopa County, Arizona in May 1893, and immediately engaged in stock raising and farming. Elected to the Board of Super visors at first State election in 1911; re-elected to same office in 1914, and was Chairman during both terms and resigned June 30, 1915 to accept the office of State Land Commissioner, w hich I still hold. Have taken great interest in schools, serving as Trustee'a great part of the time that I have lived in Arizona. Assisted in forma tion of Phoenix Union High School District, and served on first Board of Trustees; assisted in organizing Tempe High School j District and have served continu ' ously on Board of Trustees since...

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. — 23 May 1918

" ifBflQ Unitsd States Tires are Good IrQS ' ,riiij.'f ''L-l1.l.1'll-!r r- i "i i The Real Meaning of Tire-buying Economy ' Chain Tread ' Your car must give greater service this year than ever before. It speeds up your work increases your working power. . The highest car economy lies in utmost service. The most economical tires are those which will give you greatest use of your car.v That's just what United States Tires will do for you. You can depend on them for continuous service, most mileage at lowest mileage cost. Equip with United States Tires. Our "nearest Sales and Service Depot dealer will be glad to assist yoi in selection. United States Tubes and Tire Accessories Have All the Sterling Worth and Wear that Make United States Tires Supreme. 'Royal 'Nobby 'Chain Cord' 'Usco 'Plain' 11111 1 11 ira-rrammr'n ii iiiiun n limn in i inriTiMnnrimnmr i iiiiaaiaaaBaaii i hwimiih nil 'ii s I Mildred, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burgess, died last Friday morning. The litt...

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. — 23 May 1918

A MESSAGE FROM EDWARD N. HURLEY, Chairman of the United States Shipping Board. EVERY dollar that has been appropriated by the Ameri can Red Cross in this war has welded closer that relationship between the United States and the nations of the Entente, a relationship that will have a marked effect upon the peace council that is coming. If this work of spreading the gospel of mercy is to continue, every man, woman and child in this republic must give the American Red Cross his fullest support in its second campaign for $100;000,000. Our boys in Europe are looking to us to back them up and I know of no better means of supporting them than through the instrumentality of the American Red Cress. The good it has already accomplished and the com forts and welfare it will provide later when the stress of war becomes greater for the United States forces, make it imperative that the second fund of $100,000,000 be a spontaneous gift on the part of the American people,. tlie United Statds deciar...

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. — 23 May 1918

Off ers to yon. ANY MAN TO By GERALD STANLEY LEE I DO not know how other men feel about it, but 'I find I it hard, with all that is happening to the world today, to look a small boy in the face. When a small boy looks trustingly up to me and I see his world the world he thinks he is going to have, in his eyes, I am afraid. The look in his eyes of the world he thinks he is going to have cuts me to the quick. I have always felt I had an understanding with a small boy befora But the last foui years when he looks at me in that old way and I think of his world the one I see in his eyes the one I had myself the one every small boy has a right to, 1 see suddenly instead the one that is being left over for him by me, by all of us, the one he will have to try to put up with, have to live in, have to be a man in, when you and I have stopped trying. Then when I face the small boy I want to go off in a wide high place alone and think and ask God. I want to go down into the city and fight fight ...

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. — 30 May 1918

c- L l L C. It (? s St. Johns is having a healthy substantial growth. Lands are cheap but rapidly increasing in value. Best climate on earth. VOLUME 34 ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA, MAY 30, 1918 NO. 40 ''X BARTH OF ST. JOHNS. The following article appears in The State Magazine, Arizona, and will, no doubt, be of interest to a great number of our readers: "Few men have h;id a more cu rious history than Sol. Barth. He was born at North Orange, New Jersey, seventy-five years ago, but was taken back by his parents to the Posen district of Eastern Prussia when only a few months old. At the age of 13 he joined an uncle who had embraced the Mormon faith and with him jour neyed back to America. For part of the distance, on a road that eventually led to the old Mormon settlement of San Bernardino. Cal., he traveled in true Mormon fashion at the bar of a two-wheeled push-cart. He left San Ber nardino in 1862 for the old Colo rado River town of La Paz, to work for Mike Goldater. At this t...

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. — 30 May 1918

o-o Liberty Bonds. Memorial Day. Wm. D. Rencher was a visitor at Richville last Monday. Don't forget your 2nd install ment due on your Liberty Bond. Miss Edna Butler, of Eagar, spent Sunday and Monday here. Bert J. Colter of Springerville, was a business visitor here last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Whiting was in from the sawmill last Sat urday. John E Butler and Wm. S Hamblin were home missionaries at the L.D.S. chapel last Sunday. May 28th was the date your 2nd installment was due on your Lib erty Bond. See Mrs. Gibbons announce ment in this issue. Next week we will tell you more about Tier. June 5th is Registration Day. All those who have reached the age of 21 since last June must register. Mrs. J. 0. Stradling. Sr. left for their ranch last Tuesday, where she will live during the summer. Mrs. Art Lyen left this week for Colorado. She has a sister living there with whom she will visit for some time. W. F.Purcell arrived from Phoenix last week and will look after his cattle intere...

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. — 30 May 1918

X. ft has three members you sho-- 3 enjey life. 1. The poplar liquid form of Peruna the re!'; :He toa! cf the American household, wiih a long history of buccal u treating all catarrhal Jjiiicul:ie3. 2. The tablet form, which is made after the same Scrmulary and is more convenient for many. 3. Manalin, the ideal laxative, by the regular use of wmcn constipation may dc overeumc aau natural ac'.irn restored. Mar..-un has no habit form!." g drug, but is an &-d to nature. Your druggist has all three. So many thousands have received becflt from the sc of one or both these remedies that they are a recognized part of the equipment of every careful household. THE PflRUNA COMPANY Colon'ow, 0K sr. ft in INTERNATIONAL Made to Measure Clothes The Finest and Smartest ... . :r i,iMmrT,Ti -.l.n-ll. , " -.gr, r DELICIOUS CORN MUFFINS. 1 "W QW"gaa if it Is possible to boy at these prices $25 $30 $35 $40 and to $50 . f Here's an old fashioned recipe for corn muffins that has recently been revived ...

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. — 30 May 1918

ST. JOHNS HERALD AND APACHE NEWS WAITE BROS., Publishers. Geo. E. Waite Business Manager J W. Waite, Assistant Entered In the Pit Office at St. JHai, Arizna, as Secnd Class Mai Matter. psued every Thnrsdtty. Subscription price one dollar a vear, in advance ADVERTISING RATES Display Adv., per inch per issue 20c. Locals, per line per issue - - 10c Headers, per inch, per issue - 45c. Display ads, plate form per inch - 15c. Headers, plate form, per inch - 40c. Legal ads. per inch at leeal rates The above rates are the rates per issue. OFFICIAL PAPER OF APACHE COUNTY May 30, 1918. OFF FOR CAMP CODY. We sent them away, to victory or death. Victory if the Central Powers are beaten and they will be death if Germany wins the war. While many may never re turn, it will be victory for them as their names will go down in history as martyrs for the cause of freedom. Friday night the boys were honoiej with a grand ball in which pastime they enjoyed themselves immensely. During Saturday the young l...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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