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JOHN F WEBER
EDITOR
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
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GUARDIAN PUBLISHING CO
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Address all communications to
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8AKOUI AKIZONA
NOVEMBER 19 1915
GILA COUNTY ROAD BOND
ISSUE CARRIES
That the people of Gilii county
are progressive ard wide awake to
their own inteiests was demon
strated Monday when the election
for the 35iCC0 bond issue for Rood
roads was carried by a Kod major
ity
With the new funds in hand Gila
county will now be able to accom
plish more and better roads and
complete the Stale highway which
will connect with ihe highway of
Graham county on the south and
Maricopa county on the west
The people of Graham county
should follow the example set by the
people of Gila county and vote for
a bond issue to complete the high
way through this county and the
Lord knows we need it and need it
bad
Good roads should appeal to every
citizen no matter what line of busi
ness he may be engaged in for it
means so much in the upbuilding of
a community
When the election conies in Gra
ham county for a road bond issue
every citizen should become a boost
er and work for a big majority
Good roads for Graham should be
the slogan from now on
GROW IRISH POTATOES
Irish potatoes are successfully
grown in the Gila valley The first
potatoes planted in the spring are
fine large and mealy The winter
potato planted in August is a fine
potato and of good size
Moroni Skinner planted a half
acre to potatoes on his farm in Gra
ham in August and was rewarded
with a good yield The varieties
planted were Early Hose Early
Triumph and Peachblow and they
turned out fine
Specimens of each variety were
sent to the State Fair as part of the
Graham countv exhibit
As it has been demonstrated that
Irish potatoes can be grown in the
Gila valley we believe our farmers
should give more attention to potato
growing and eventually we will pro
duce all we need for home consump
tion and have some to ship
THE MECCA FOR ARIZONA
FARMERS
Farmers in all parts of Arizona
are commencing to make their plans
for attending the Fourth Annual
Farmers Short Course which will
be held at the University of Arizona
College of Agriculture January 3
to 15 inclusive One of the most
interesting features of thisf fortnight
is the practical instruction which it
given The added facilities in the
new Agriculture Building will make
possible instruction which it has been
impossible to give in previous years
The judging courses in particular
will be of great interest to ever
farmer thus with corn and the grain
sorghums the farmers will be in
structed as to the points used in
judging these crops They will be
provided with score cards and after
the preliminary instruction has been
given every farmer will be required
to judge certain ears of corn and
heads of the grain sorghums them
selves under the supervision of the
professors in charge In the dairy
school which will last for an entire
week the farmers will gain a prac
tical knowledge of butter making
cheese making etc The special
railroad rates free beds providing
the farmers bring their bedding
free tuition will attract a large at
tendance of farmers
THE ARMLESS JUDGE
Ten years ago David Moylan was
a railroad switchman working in a
Cleveland yard A switch engine
running in the dark without a head
light ran him down and cut off both
his arms
That would have settled the fate
of mo3t men And it did settle
Moylana fnte but not in the usunl
wny He firmly declined to pass
the rest of his life in n state of
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hold a tin cup for charitable nickels
Since he was disabled physically
Moylan decided to earn a living
with his brains Thev were good
brains although it had never oc
curred to him before to make much
use of them He had a pretty fluent
tongue too So the switchman
made up his mind to be a lawyer
As soon as he got out of the
hospital Moylan bought a copy of
Blackstone He read it by turning
the leaves with his tongue He
learned to write with his teeth In
three yeai s he passed the state law
examinations for admission to the
bar ranking among the first ten in
a class of 203
That was seven years ago At
torney Moylan has made n fair living
ever since But now he is Judge
Moylan On November 2d he was
elected to the Clevelnnd municipal
bench And his professional brethren
say that hell make a mighty good
judge Arizona Star
THE RAILROADS AND THE
PEOPLE
Speaking before the American
Absociation of Kailwav Commission
ers in Sun Francibco lecenlly Paul
Shoup President of the Pacific
Electric Railway called attention to
the partnership that exists between
the railroads and the people
The wonderful industnal effici
ency of the United States which has
so enormously increased its wealth
and business activity and made
possible its great growth in powei
and population has cmne in major
part from the specialization in pro
duction which rail transput tation
alone has made possible Our rail
way systems have enabled every
section of the country to specialize
according to its natural resources
to produce the things it is best
adapted to produce Railroads have
removed time and cost as formidable
obstacles in the way of the market
ing of any product of any section of
this country in any other section
The result measured in figures of
wealth cannot be estimated Be
yond that in serving comfort con
venience and filling mans desire
the service of the railroads has a
value that cannot be named in dol
lars
The partnership between the
public and the railroads ie of a
nature where the success of each is
essential to the success of the other
No article has value except as it can
be placed in the hands of the person
who wants it and can pay for it He
who out of natural resources
whether of mines or forests or agri
culture produces something appeal
ing to human desire has the work
only partly done when fashioned in
final shape The other part of the
essential work is taking the article
to the man who wants it In this
partnership the publics part is pro
duction the railroads part is trans
portation
The prosperity of the railroads
as a partner is essential Crops may
fail but next years rains repair the
damage Mines may close but in
another year re open or be replaced
by other mines Manufactories may
lie idle Yet it is rare to find all
production under affliction at one
time But when railroads as a whole
are afllicted with paralysis all trans
portation is less effective This
paralysis very shortly creeps into
production because service is essen
tial as a value giving end to produc
tion
TYPHOID FEVER CONTROL
LED
Three years ago the field men of
the Geological Survey as well as
some of the office force took ad
vantage of the offer of the War De
partment to supply official anti
typhoid serum and practically the
entire force of men was inoculated
Since that time as far as reported
there has been no serious case of
typhoid fever among those inocu
lated Two cases of typhoid among
the topographic engineers indicate
the great effectiveness of this inocu
lation In both these cases the men
simply felt off feed for a couple
or three days and refused to go on
the sick list in fact typhoid would
not have been suspected in either
case except that in one of them
somebody suggested the possibility
and an exhaustive hospital examina
tion blood test etc showed that
the engineer had a theoretically
well developed case of typhoid the
practical results of which however
failed to incapacitate him for duty
so that he did not even go to bed
for one day
Lndy Can you cook on an emei
gency
Servant No mum but I can
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HOG DISEASES
1 Hog Cholera The name hog
cholera is given to the infectious
communicable disease of awine oc
curring in epizootics caused by a
filterable virus This disease is
chaiacterizcd by fever loss of ap
petite rapid emaciation ulceration
of the intestinal mucosa usually
diari heaand ecchymoses or petechial
hemorrages in various oigans and
tissues especially the kidneys and
the skin on the ventral surface of
the body
2 Salmonellosis The name Sal
monellosis is given to the infectious
disease of hogs formerly described
as hog cholera possessing a low
degree of contagiousness caused
by bacillus cholera Buis and scarcely
distinguishable from hog cholera by
the symptoms and post mortem
lesions
j Swine Plague The name
swine plague is given to the infect
ious desease of hogs occurring
sporadically and enzootically due to
bacillus suisepticus This desease is
frequently associated with hog
cholera and produces somewhat
similar lesions but with a great
tpniieniiy to pneumonia and pleuritis
It will be seen that true hog
cholera and salmonellosis nre scarce
ly distinguishable and that swine
plague is frequently associated with
both hog cholera and salmonellosis
This confusion of three diseases has
caused greater confusion in the
treatment Since the introduction
of anti hog cholera serum there has
been a tendency to demonstrate the
value of this serum and its meihods
are being more highly appreciated
4 Feed and Treatment The
well hogs should be separated from
the sick arid placed in clean unin
fected quarters The diet should
be chanced or the hogs fed sparing
ly on easily disgested hut not bulky
food preferabl m the form of slop
Some food such as milk should be
given and common salt air slacked
lime charcoal and wood ashes placed
where hogs can eat at will In treat
ing sick hogs medicinally they should
receive a purge of salts to empty
bowels to clean out the digestive
tract then follow with some good
bowel disinfectant
For this disease of animals is the
slogan Clean out clean up keep
clean It is important when ap
plied to hygienic and sanitary condi
tions under which the animals are
kept
Dit J A Stevens D V S
CANT KEEP HIS COOKS
Uncle Sam rich and powerful
good to his help and the surest
pay in the world cant keep his
cooks any longer or better than the
ordinary Jersey commuter He
offers them good pay easy hours
and lots of nights out but they
simply will not overlook the fact
that they are cooks bred and born
and so keep moving on
United States Marine Corps statis
tics covering the last two years
show a greater percentage of men
deserted who gave occupation prior
to entry as cooks than any other
class that enlisted during the period
Desertions from the Marine Corps
are very light at all times the aver
age Marine considf rs that the ser
vice offers better advantages than
anything he could find in civil life
and he believes the opportunities for
travel and adventure to be unex
celled and were it not for the cooks
Marine Corps officials believe that
the oldest branch of the service
would have an almost clean slate
with regard to desertions No class
of men look so lightly on the oath
of obligation as these selfsame
knights of the frying pan Marine
Corps recruiters declare
Colds Do Not Leave Willingly
Because a cold is stubborn is no
reason why you should be Instead
of wearing it out get sure relief
by taking Dr Kings New Discovery
Dangerous bronchial and lung ail
ments often follow a cold which has
been neglected at the beginning As
your body faithfully battles those
cold germs no better aid can lie
given than the use of this remedy
Its merit has been tested by old and
young Get a bottle today 50c
and 100 adv no3
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A message to boys and girlsand their parents
Suppose every boy and girl in Graham County had 50000
1 hat would be a lot of money wouldnt it Much more than any boy or
girl could need
But in a few years these boys and girls will be men and women and when
they start in life some amount of capital be it little or great is a splendid help
Every boy or girl in Graham County can have some money to begin adult
life on if they start in right now to save And by getting into the habit of saving
a long step toward final success is taken
The Bank of Safford asks every parent to consider this proposition carefully
and then read our offer
irflP Off Pf iep eveP tms najt anog the boys and girls of Gra
I IIC VllCl ham County The Bank of Safford has started a special
campaign to get the childrens accounts It wants the children to look -upon this
as their bank for the children of today are the men and women of tomorrow
And to attract the childrens interest in the plan we have arranged to give
as a souvenir to every boy or girl who starts an account with us of 500 or
more a reliable practical camera made and backed by the Eastman Kodak Co
of Rochester N Y
This offer closes January 30 1916 Have your children take advantage of it
at once The camera will mean great fun for them now The account will add to
their happiness in the future
THE BANK OF SAFFORD
A PROCLAMATION OF
THANKSGIVING
Executive Department
State of Arizona
Regularly recurring in the cycle of
human events comes the annual Day of
Thanksgiving when the people of the
worlds greatest Republic turn with
fond reminiscence to the earliest days
of their national life and earnestly but
joyfully perpetuate the custom of hold
ing special ceremonials and festivities
commemorative of Gods ubiquitous
benevolence for which the sturdy set
tlers of New Englands bleak and barren
coast first gave reverent thanks in
unison jiearly three hundred years ago
Today in Arizona whither with
phenomenal encompassmentof distance
that lofty civilization inaugurated by
our Puritan forefathers has advanced
with irresistible tread in obedience to
Destinys decree an intelligent liberty
loving populace mindful of the per
petual omniscient guardianship of the
Divine Providence adhere to the time
honored custom by gratefully acknow
ledging the beneficence of an omnipotent
Creator with appropriate manifesta
tions of gratitude for blessings bounti
fully bestowed
There is in truth a wealth of Pro
vidential gifts calling forth from the
sovereign neoje of Arizona such ex
pressions of gratefulness as commonly
characterize the observance of religious
feast days For during the past twelve
months the commerce of the Old World
and the New has fostered in a way
almost unprecedented the prosperity
and development of the mines and
ranches of the State thoreby giving
greater incentive and wider scope to
the endeavorspf those who invest and
those who toil And meanwhile not
withstanding the great surge of human
strife that has engaged the greater part
of the civilized world in deadliest con
flict both our Nation and State thru
the graciousness of a kindly God have
successfully held aloof from the mael
storm of destructive warfare thereby
holding inviolate the tenets of true civi
lization
Excelling moreover in the scale of
human valuation all merely material
benefits however essential they may
be are those incalculable blessings of a
spiritual intellectual and civic nature
whereby life is rendered richer and
more colorful and wherein modern civili
zation in our own State as elsewhere
finds at once its justification and its
perpetuity
Now Therefore I Geo W P
Hunt Governor of Arizona by virtue
of the authority in me vested do here
by designate and set apart Thursday
November 25th A Dli15 as a day of
Thanksgiving on which in churches and
at fire sides reverential thanks may be
rendered unto God in grateful recogni
tion of countless blessings divinely
conferred And it is likewise earnestly
urged that on the day thus set apart
the thoughtful and ever considerate
people of Arizona may be deeply mind
ful of the needy the sick and the sor
sowing so thatf those who bear the
the cross and bitternebs of life may
also find reason for thanksgiving
In Witness Whereof I have here
unto set my hand and caused the Great
bcal ot the Mate to be alhxecl
Done at Phoenix the Capital this
Jtli day ot November AD 1315
Slal Geo W P Hunt
Governor of Arizona
Attest
Sidney P Osuokn
Secretary of State
Distress in the Stomach
There are many people who have
a distress in the stomach after
meals It is due to indigestion and
easily remedied by taking one of
Chamberlains Tablets after meals
Mis Henry Padghan Victor N Y
writes ror some time 1 was
troubled with headache and distress
in my stomach after eating also
with constipation About six months
ago I began taking Chamberlains
Tablets They regulated the action
of my bowels and the headache and
other annoyances ceased in a short
time For sale by Safford Drug
Company adv 38 4t
His Favorite Beast
Harris Dickson on a hunting trip
in Sunflower County Mississippi
met an old darkey who had never
seen a circus in his life When the
Big Show came in the following
season to Dicksons town of Vicks
burg he sent for the old man and
treated him to the whole thing
arrival of the trains putting up the
tents grand free street parade
j menagerie main performance con
cert siue snow reu lemonauc pea
nuts and all
The old darkey followed his white
patron through with popping eyes
but saying never a word Late in
the afternoon they got back to the
Dickson home
John said Dickson you en
joyed it
Boss said John fervently Ah
shore did
What did vou like most
Mistah Dickson answered John
Ah shore laked hit all
Well whatimpressed vou most
John scratched his wool
Well suh boss he said Ah
reckin hit wuz dat dere animul you
calls de camuel
The camel eh Well what was
so remarkable about the camel
He suttinly is got such a noble
smell
Clerk assessors oflice Fellow
outside says youve assessed his real
estate too little by 20000
Assessor -Give him a cigar and
keep him quiet while I telephone
the asylum Philadelphia Bulletin
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statitially contructed Premo mH
camera made by the Eaf Unan aji
Kodak Co of Rochester N Y i jlgH
It makes 2lx3 pictures and HPil
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LORD KITCHENER
New War Secretary for the British Empire whose statement some
months ago that the war would last two or three years seems likely to
be fulfilled Largely through his efforts England has raised the largest
volunteer army in history
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GILA VALLEY ELECTRIC GAS AND WATER CO
SAFFORD ARIZONA
Lighting Rates
For a monthly consumption of Co3 KWII or lets 100
All in excess of 666 Kwll consumed in one month J 15 per KWII
Electric current for electric irons electric funs and other electric
filiances if taken from tha lighting circuit will be charged for at the
ighting rates provided however that a consumer may avail himself of a
cheaper rate by installing at his own expense a separate circuit and
meter m which case the following rates will apply
Current for Electric Irons Fans Etc
For the first 15 KWII consumed in any one month 12 1 2 per KWII
For the next 15 KWII consumed in any one month 10 per KWH
11 in excess of 30 KWH consumed in any one month 09 per KWH
Power Rates Day Service
For the first 100 KWH consumed in anj ono month 10 per KWH
For tl e next 100 KWH consumed in any one month 08 per KWH
For the net 250 KWH consumed in any one month 07 per KWH
For the next 250 KWH consumed in anj one month 06 per KWII
For the next 300 KWH consumed in any one month 04 per KWII
All in excess of 1000 KWH consumed in any one month 03 1 2 per KWII
A monthly minimum charge of 100 for one horse power or less and
50 cents for each additional horse power of connecting load shall be made
This minimum however shall not be charged in audition to the above
charges for current
Sign Lighting
Special rates can be had for sign lighting by applying to the ollice of
the Compain
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