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ST. JOHNS, APACHE CO, ARIZONA, FEBRUARY 21, 1907.
Another Famous Woman
It is not generally known that
Mary S. Anthony, who has
recently died, was a woman
suffragist before her sister Susan
attended her first "woman's
rights" convention in 1852, but
Mary was present at that first
meeting, called by Lucretia Mott
and Elizabeth Cad y Stanton, at
Seneca Falls. N. Y. in 1848- Miss
Mary like her more famous sister,
retained her interest in the ques
tion almost until the hour of her
death. It was graciously granted
these two women to go on while
still in full possession of their
splendid mental faculties, though
Miss Anthony was 86 when she
died about a year ago and Miss
Mary would have been 80 in
According to a recent edict in,
London fashionable men must
wear corsets. It is a safe, predic
tion that if the men do it the
women will certainly w.ear the
Martin Jensen, Esq., assistant
postmaster here, informs us that
the postorfice department of the
United States of America has
decided to issue books containing
one-cent stamps, similar to those
trow in use containing two-cent
stamps. JBooks with 24 one-cent
stamps will be issued, and. to cost
25 cents each. These stamp
books will be a great convenience.
Ed. Burk Esq.,' one of Spriug-
erville's enterprising stockmen,
vvas down attending Conference.
Mr. Burk brought down a load
of fine turkeys, which were
raised on his ranch, and he
never forgot the printer but left
a big fine gobbler where the
editor could get him without
using slugs, leads or a lariat to
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Notice to Teachers.
A Virginia Judge has instruct
ed the jury to indict women for
playing Bridge. Judges just
like juries and the rest of the
men are never found objecting
to women playing Bridget.
The Quarterly Examination
for teachers' certificates will be
held on Monday and Tuesday,
March 5th and 6th, 1.907, at the
Court House irrSt. -Joims: Ap
plicants who desire to take the
examination should inform the
Superintendent before said date.
Of our Ability to handle your Bank- &
ing Business to your entire Satisfaction.
We shall be glad of an Oppor
turity to Talk with You.
THE APACHE COUNTY BANK & TRUST CO,
St. Johns, Arizona
St. Johns Stake Conference
The regular quarterly confer-
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ence or tue t. . jonns otaivc
convened, here on the 16th inst,
and continued over the 17th.
All the different wards were
represented, and each organiza
tion of all the wards were also
Apostles John Henry Smith
and Hyrum M. bmitli were
here from Salt Lake City. Each
of these distinguished churchmen j
gave very interesting and inspir
ing lectures at the different ses-
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sions during tue conference.
The lecture of Apostle John
Henry Smith on "Idleness,"
deserves especial mention; it was
replete with noble thoughts and
suggestions, against the common
vice of idleness.
The reports of the Bishops
from the different wards showed
that all had been more prosperous
the past year than for several
years previous, both as relates to
church and to temporal welfare.
Bishop John Hunt and daugh
ter, Mrs. Alof Larsen, of Snow
flake were in . attendance, -i he
guests of Pres. Udall.
The conference was very help
ful and inspiring to all the
numerous faithful workers in the
various wards. The attendance
at each session was large and the
audiences gave strict attention to
the excellent lectures and to the
routine of business as well.
Mabel Oh, no; he hadn't the
face to even try to kiss me.
Stella Perhaps you didn't
have the cheek to tempt him-
Chicago Daily News.
44 What lovely black eyes you
have, child. I dare say you get
them from your mother."
"Yes, an' mother gets hers
from dad.' Philadelphia Press.
The coal mines seem to have it
nip and tuck with the railroads
these davs trying to destroy
human lives by ''accidents."
It now transpires that the
Virginia lady who handed her
baby to a bear did so under the
impression that it was , her.
husband. She is not the first
woman of record who couldn't
see any difference between the
How many times a year does
the Washington Gridiron club
have its annual dinner?
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4 'Burn your love-letters when
you have read them",, says Ella
Wheeler Wilcox. Why not burn
them before mailing? '
The Kans. City Post- is
authority for the statement that
just after a bandmaster leaned
over the rail of the pavillion and
caught his wife kissing an
absolute stranger, he made his
musicians play "So Long Mary".
We rather suspect that when his
wife locked up and saw him, she
sang that nnw familiar army
hymn "Always In the Way".
Diamonds Discovered in
Many of our readers will no
doubt be surprised to learn that
diamonds, of the first water, have
been discovered in the United
States. Some twenty diamonds
have been found at Plum Creek,
Pierce County, Wisconsin. A
company has been formed to de
velop this region. Anyone with
a few dollars to invest can secure
an interest in this company.
Write for full particulars to,
Bring your job work to the St.
Johns Herald office. Firstclass
materials on hand; firstclass work
So the railroads were juggling
him out of five millions a year
postage because Uncle Sam didn't
There is more Catarrh in this
section of the country than all
other diseases put together, and
until the last few years was sup
posed to be incurable. For a
great many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease and
prescribed local remedies, and by
constantly failings to cure with
local treatment, pronounced it
incurable. Science has proven
catarrh to be a constitutional
disease and therefore tequires
constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
P. J: Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio,
is the only constitutional cure on
the market. It is taken internal
ly in doses from 10 drops to a tea
spoonful. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer one hundred
dollars for any case it tails to
cure Send for circulars and
Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Halls family Pills lor
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