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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 30 January 1919

erald St, Johns is having a healthy substantial growth. Lands are cheap but rapidly increasing in value. Best climate on earth. VOLUME 35 ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA, JANUARY 30, 1919 NO. 23 if VI Local Items o-o Lorin M, Farr, of Hunt, was a business visitor here Saturday. Treasurer, Mrs. Susie R. Ten ney, is still confined to her home and bed with a very badly sprain ed ankle. The small-pox is about over in St. Johns.' We are informed that the quarantine has been raised on all cases. Graham county has been placed under quarantine by the county superintendent of health in order to control, the Spanish influenza. John H. Udall, who has been at Hunt looking- after his cattle interests there for the past few days, returned home Saturday. Another beautiful snow fell here last Saturday night. It was the heaviest fall we have had at one time this winter as there was a gdod plump 7 inches. Dr. Mayer, who has been ill for the past ten days, is able to be out again, but is very weak, ...

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 January 1919

By Don Marius A rose by any other name would Imell as sweet. Bryanism, Hearstism or Billy flundayism smells neither worse or better. The real menace of an ism is buaged by the amount of ignor- mce behind it. Only the ignorant can consti tute a mob. The more ignorant the more dangerous the mob. The Russian mob led by Lenine and Trotsky has a corner on the world's ignorance. All the errors of the past cen turies it carries in stock and hordes. The leaders of this mob are finely educated men, tho scheming, grasping and vindictive. They keep the mob at fever heat while they gather in the rubles for themselves. Every mob must have a leader. The shrewder, the more cunning, the more tactful the leader, the more invincible the mob. Red handed anarchy reigns in Russia today, and, Oh, the pity of it. For the ignorant Russian millions facing want, starvation, famine, revolution, anarchy, chaos are to be pitied. Who is or was responsible? Russian Auto cracy sowed the wind. Today she reaps the w...

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 January 1919

Proceedings of Board of Supervisors, Apache County. St. Johns, Arizona, Jaunury 6, 1919, 2 o'clock P. M. Members W. H. Gibbons and Joseph Udall met on this date, Levi S. Udall Clerk. Jos. Udall motioned and W. H. Gibbons sec onded that they adjourn until 10 A. M. tomorrow. Jan. 7. Supervisors Jos. Udall and W. H. Gibbons met on this date at 2 P. M., Levis S. Udall, Clerk. Joseph Udall moved that W. H. ,Gibbons act as temporary Chair man of the Board of Supervisors until Monday, Feb. 3, seconded by W. H. Gibbons, unamimous. - W. H. Gibbons moved that George E. Waite be appointed as temporary clerk of the Board until the February meeting, sec onded bv Jos. UJall. unanimous. Members Jos. Udall and W. H. Gibbons called in the County Re corder to help fill the vaeancy in the Supervisors office. Jos. Udall moved that Burr W. Porter be appointed to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of W. A. Saunders, said appointment to be effective upon his qualifying. Chairman W. H. Gibbons seco...

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 January 1919

ST. JOHNS HERALD. AND APACHE NEWS J. W. Waite, Editor and Pub. Entered in the Post Office at St. Johns, Arizona t Second Class Mail Matter. Issued every Thursday. Subscription price one dollar a year, in advance ADVERTISING RATES Display Adv., per inch per issue 20e. 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 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. o Judgei Superior Court Board of Supervisors Sheriff Clerk, Superior Court County Attorney Recorder Treasurer Assessor School Superintendent State Senator State Representative A. S. Gibbons Joseph Udall, Wm.'H. Gibbons, Burr W. Porter. - - Clerk Jacob Hamblin Levi S. Udall G. E. Greer Mary W. Wilkins Susie R. Tenney John R. Coleman Nancy L. Gibbons E. I. Whitins H. Parley Burk Jan. 30, 1919. me that he had gone to a Ger man officer and said "For Go...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 6 February 1919

St. Johns is having a healthy substantial growth. Lands are cheap but rapidly increasing in value. Best climate on earth. VOLUME 35 ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA, FEBRUARY 6, 1919 NO. 24 Local Items -o-o- Give that others may live. 10th to 17th. Feb Mrs. J. L. Danley is at visiting with her husband. Mesa Sanford Hunt was in town dur- in.g the forepart of the week. The county supervisors were in session the forepart of the week. FOR SALE A good second-hand wagon. Particulars at The Her ald office. Assessor John R. Coleman left for Springerville this morning on official business. n t tt i ii supervisor jos. uaan came in Monday from Eagar to attend the regular meeting of the board. To h 1 with him, he don't know the difference, anyhow. No, but there is a chance for him to learn. See. Jbrank Gallegos was in town from his ranch, Monday and Tuesday, He reports much snow out his way. F. M. Marmaduke, the orchard ist, who has been pruning the Danley and Sherwood orchards, returned to ho...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 6 February 1919

The entire marketing situation has so changed since the September joint conference as to necessitate an entire alteration In the plans of price stabi lization. The current peace talk has alarmed the holders of corn, and there has been a price decline of from 25; cents to 40 cents per bushel. The fact! that the accumulations of low priced corn In the Argentine and South Afri ca would, upon the advent of peace and liberated shipping, become availa ble to the European market has cre ated a great deal of apprehension on the part of corn holders. This decline has spread fear among swine growers that a similar reduction in the prices of hogs would naturally follow. More over, the lower range of corn prices would, If Incorporated In a 13-to-l ra tio, obviously result In a continuously falling price for live hogs. In view of these changed conditions many swine producers anticipated lower prices and as a result rushed their hogs to market In large numbers, and this overshlpraent has added to...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 6 February 1919

ST. JOHNS HERALD. AND APACHE NEWS J. W. Waite, Editor and Pub. Entered in the Pott Office at St. Johns, Arizona u Second Class Mail Matter. Issued every Thursday. Subscription price one dollar a year, 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 ade. per inch at legal rates The above rates are the rates per issue. OFFICIAL PAPER OF APACHE COUNTY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. - Judgei Superior Court Board of Supervisors Sheriff Clerk, Superior Court County Attorney Recorder Treasurer Assessor School Superintendent State Senator State Representative A. S. Gibbons Joseph Udall, Wm.'.H. Gibbons. Burr W. Porter. - - Clerk Jacob Hamblin Levi S. Udall G. E. Greer Mary W. Wilkins Susie R. Tenney John R. Coleman Nancy L. Gibbons E I. Whitins H. Par.'ey Burk Feb. 6 1919. Spanish Influenza -o Since the scourge of Spanish influen...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 6 February 1919

Poison Gas Won The War If the Hun could -have begun his war in 1914 with the machin ery he had in 1918, no power on earth could have held him back from his monstrous purpose, says the Albuquerque Journal. It is now intimated in well-informed circles that Germany collapsed because she knew what the United States had in store for her. When the armistice was signed Germany was manufacturing 50 tons of poisonous gas. But the United States was manufacturing two hundred tons. This country was ready to let loose on Germany giant bombs filled with the most deadly gas the world has ever known. There were bombs by the thousands, each containing a ton of gas that would spread with such density when discharged that neither man nor beast could live within its area. It is said that a squadron of planes was ready to fly on this 'errand, The Metz forts were first to be attacked and reduced by this process. It is believed that any German city could have been wiped out in a day. Knowl edge of this fa...

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. — 13 February 1919

J. A ) - f ..... , - , v . - - St. Johns is having a healthy substantial growth. Lands are cheap but rapidly increasing in value. Best climate on earth. VOLUME 35 ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA, FEBRUARY 13, 1919 NO. 25 Local Items o-o 1 More snow. - The streets of St. Johns are very nearly impassable this week. JVTud, mud everywhere. J. 0. Stradling, Sr., cams in from his ranch this week and will spend a few days with his family. It is reported that the Tucker Church Stock company are losing heavily, especially among' their bands, of sheep. Wm. H. Gibbons informs us that his son Dr. Junius Gibbons, has located at Ajo, a mining town in the southern part of the state. Coming soon, "A Fight for Millions' Watch and wait and then be present for it's sure to be the best ever. Jen-Dike Theater. Mrs. Roy Stradling, who has been very ill for some months is beginning to improve, and her many friends are happy to hear this good news. Word was received here last week that the home cf Bishop...

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. — 13 February 1919

The German Tongue and Some Other Tongues to By Don Marius Not long- since a hyphenate cit lzen or .apacne county asked me if I spoke German. I replied "Hell no. Why should I spea German. Why should I want to speak German. Why should any one want to speak German in this country?" But really, are we in debt to the German people for anything in particular? Are we so imprest with their history. their philosophy or their religion that we mean to make a study of it? Dc we so admire them and their "kultur" that, we are wil ing to play the sycophant to gain their good will or notice? Baugh This fawning upon a discredited civilization makes a western man some sick. That Germany has produced some great men is be yond question. By the plentifu use of German propaganda m this country we have fallen over our selves giving homage to German genius to the disparagement of other nations. How do their generals size up with Haig, Joffre and Pershing They never had a man in the same class with Foch. Di...

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. — 13 February 1919

Frank Hoctor Shot By Jeff D. Newman Phoenix, Jan. 31. The desert staged a tragedy yesterday, when Frank Hoctor, a well known sheep man, was shot and almost instantly killed by J. D. Newman, prominent stockman, who claims he fired in self defense. As the men passed on the road, both in cars, the shots were fired that killed Hoctor and placed Newman in the county jail, where he is being held by the authorities without bail pending action of the county attorney's office. The shooting occurred ten miles this side of Hot Springs Junction with no witnesses to give their version of the affair. After firing the two shots, both of which took effect, Newman waited until passersby assisted him in placing Hoctor in his automobile, which he drove to Glendale, where he gave him self up to the authorities. Hoctor died when within eight miles of Glendale, and'in all the trip did not make any remark, according to Newman, who claimed that he asked him if he cared to leave any message. Bad blood exist...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 13 February 1919

ST. JOHNS HERALD. AND APACHE NEWS Give that Others J. W. Waite, Editor and Pub. Entered in the Poit Office at St. Johns, Arizona as Second Class Mail Matter. Issued every Thursday. Subscription price one dollar a year, 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. OPFICIAL PAPER. OF APACHE COUNTY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judsei Superior Court Board of Supervisors Sheriff Clerk, Superior Court County Attorney Recorder Treasurer Assessor School Superintendent State Senator State Representative A. S. Gibbons Joseph Udall, Wm.iH. Gibbons, Burr W. Porter. B. Y.Peterson'Clk Jacob Hamblin Levi S. Udall G. E. Greer Mary W. Wilkins 'Susie R. Tenney John R. Coleman Nancy L. Gibbons E-1. Whitins H. Parley Burk Feb.- 13 1919. PROCLAMATION OF ARBOR DAY By T...

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. — 20 February 1919

1 - - - St. Johns is having a healthy substantial growth. Lands are cheap but rapidly increasing in value Best climate on earth. VOLUME 35 ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA, FEBRUARY 20, 1919 NO. 26 Local Items 'Uncle Rube' Jen-Dike Theater tonight February 22nd, Washington's Birthday. Don't fail to see Uncle Rijbe at Jen-Dike Theater beb. 20. Robert Brown is now carrying the mail from St. Johns to Con cho. Mrs. Chudine Jensen, mother of Martin Jensen, is slowly re covering from her illness. Dr. T. R. Mayer made a pro fessional trip out to Solomon and Arismen Duran's ranch Tuesday. John P. Lesueur of the moun tain city spent several days here this week attending to business. Art Saunders, foreman of the Tucker-Church Cattle company was in the city Tuesday and Wed nesday. Monday, March 3, 1919, teachers examination for state certificates will be held. Teachers" please take notice. Alexander Shreeve, who was stricken with paralysis last Fri day morning is reported to be slowly recover...

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. — 20 February 1919

Proceedings of Board of Supervisors, -o-o- St. Johns, Arizona, Feb. 5th, 1919. Board met on this date at 1 p. m., the full Board, Clerk, County Attorney and Sheriff being present. The following demands were examined and approved and ordered paid from the Expense Fund: W. H. Gibbons, expense Board meeting Jacob Hamblin, phone expense Susie R. Tenney, Burr W. Porter, Jesse Slade W. J. Plumb St. Johns Herald The Observer Rafael Nuanez, Susie R. Tenney, G. C Overson, Audon Ortega, Bert J. Colter, G. E. Greer, Mollie Butler, Hotel Arizona, David Gibbons, Noble Gabriel Garcia, Edward Gibbons, Lionel Jolley, Edward Gibbons, H. C, Overson, St. Johns Drug Co., Anderson Merc. Co., " Crane & Co., Whiting Restaurant, meals to prisoners . . , The Cash Store, assigned claim . . J Lawyers Publishing Co., books ' ' St Johns Water Works Co., water for Dec. Dr. T. R. Mayer, services M. C. Parks, phone rent for Jan. W. H. Gibbons, expense good road convention Jacob Hamblin, phone expense Ariz. C. ...

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. — 20 February 1919

ST. JOHNS HERALD. AND APACHE NEWS Relieved ol Catarrh Due to La Grippe, Thanks to J. W. Waite, Editor and Pub. Entered in the Post Office at St. Johns, Arizona s Second Class Mail Matter. Epsned every Thursday. Subscription price one dollar a year, 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 leeal rates The above rates are the rates per issue. OFFICIAL PAPER OF APACHE COUNTY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. o A. S. Gibbons Joseph Udall, Judgei Superior Court Board of Supervisors Sheriff Clerk, Superior Court County Attorney Recorder Treasurer Assessor School Superintendent State Senator -State Representative Wm4H. Gibbons, Burr W. Porter. B.Y.Peterson'CIk Jacob Hamblin Levi S. Udall G. . Greer Mary W. Wilkins Susie R. Tenney John R. Coleman Nancy L. Gibbons E. I. Whitins H. Parley Burk Mrs. Laura Berber...

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. — 20 February 1919

Proceedings of Board of Supervisors, Apache County. TThc jL IL ! St Offers to you Jo o-o $125.00 per month. Salaries of all other appointive officers to re main as heretofore. It was ordered by the board that one half of the street be tween Lot No. 1 Block 11 and Lot No. 2 and Block 12, in the St. Johns Townsite, be opened. Clerk was ordered to make enza epidemic. Adjourned until 2 P. M. "The Board reconvened at 2 P. M. Ordered by the Board that $200.00 be set aside as advance money for Sheriff Expenses and that a cash order be issued on the Treasurer for same, and that a cash order be issued on Treasurer for $100.00 for advance money for pervisors Office. The following named persons cers at a salary of $15.00 per month, dating from Januray 1, 1919 Orson Plumb, St. Johns, Thomas Springerville and Eag-ar. Clerk was ordered to advertise Supervisor Burr W. Porter from the County and State far sixty Upon motion by Joseph Udall, seconded by Burr W. Porter Sylvester Peralta was appointed ...

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. — 27 February 1919

St. Johns is having a healthy substantial growth. Lands are cheap but rapidly increasing in value. Best climate on earth. ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA, FEBRUARY 27, 1919 NO. 27 VOLUME 35 ?1 W. B. Stamps was attending business here Monday. For Solderinj See Andrew Davis,. St. Johns, Arizona. Guy Empey in "Over the Top" Jen-Dike Theater March 1. Gustav becker, county road en gineer, passed through town yes terday. Fred L. Davis was in from the Lyman damfor a few days visit with his family this week. Vern G- Block was a business visitor here forepart ot the week from the Pi ne Spring ranch. Mrs. Jeffie D. Brown, who has been in California during the past few months has returned homa. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jarvis are on the sick list. Their friends hope for their speedy recovery. A big baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn D. Smithers last Saturday. Mother and son doing fine. County Agent, C, R. Fillerup came in last Friday from Snow flake and is now at Eagar at tending to his many ...

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. — 27 February 1919

ST. JOHNS HERALD. AND APACHE NEWS J. W. Waite, Editor and Pub. Entered in the Post Office at St. Johns, Arizona m Second Class Mail Matter. peued every Thursday. Subscription price one dollar a year, in advance, ADVERTISING RATES Display Adv., per inch per iesue 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 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judgei Superior Court Board of Supervisors Sheriff Clerk, Superior Court County Attorney Recorder Treasurer Assessor School Superintendent State Senator State Representative A. S. Gibbons Joseph Udall, Wm.;H. Gibbons, Burr W. Porter. B. Y.Peterson'CIk Jacob Hamblin Levi S. Udall G. E. Greer Mary W. Wilkins Susie R. Tenney John R. Coleman Nancy L. Gibbons E-1. Whitina H, Parley Burk Feb. 27 1919. Did You Say, Reared Her Family WITH MPLE HOME REMEDY...

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. — 27 February 1919

i JEFF NEWMAN HELD . TO SUPERIOR COURT J eff D. Newman must answer to the superior court of Maricopa county for the killing of Frank Hoctor on a desert road north of Glendale, Jan. 30. At the com pletion of a preliminary examin ation before Justice Frank De Sousa, an examination that was devoid of sensational features, Newman war. bound over to the superior couu under a $20,000 bond to be tried for murder. He is the first man so held to answer in this county since the restoration of ca. 'tal punishment last December. Technically, un der the law, murder is a non-bailable offense. The working of the provision, however, rcr.kc? it possible for a man to secure his release on bonds unless the evi dence of guilt is strong or the presumption thereof great. No effort v as made by the de fense to introduce testimony dur ing the preliminary examination. Rather Attorney George Purdy Bullard and George Stoneman for the defendant attempt to haye the prosecution show its hand while the defense el...

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. — 27 February 1919

Reactionary Spirit 0-0 By Carter Glass Secretary of the Treasury. A thing difficult of understand ing is the reactionary spirit which, in some quarters, seems to have seized hold of American business. It manifests itself in a gloomy and pessimistic view of the future in no way justified by conditions present or discernible, and in a disposition to cavil at the further expenditures the government is under the necessity cf making in order to liquidate the war. Instead of days of dark fore boding, these should be days of rejoicing, of confidence and of high resolve. America is least injured of any of the nations which took active part in the death grapple with autocracy on the soil of France and Flanders. Our fields have not been devast ated, our homes and factories have not been razed, famine does not stalk among us. In all ma terial things the nation is richer and stronger than it was before we went to war. Is the American spirit less courageous than is the spirit of the French or of...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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