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Peterson Wins Nomination
for Superintendent of
Public Instruction
MoAlUter Jones Vaughn
aey Earhart and Luke Are
Phoenix Ariz Sept 10 Re
turns on less than 3000 votes
cast in remote precincts in Ari
zonas primary Tuesday did not
change the relative standing of
democratic and republican con
testants for congressional and
State offices
With complete returns from
five of the fourteen counties
Ralph Cameron led E S Clark
for republican nomination for
United States senator 3471 to
- Senator Mark Smiths majority
for the democratic nomination
for United States senator on the
basis of reports still incomplete
was about 2000 Smith had re
ceived 8756 votes to 6000 for R
C Stanford A A Worsley was
in third place
MittSimms has passed the 12
000 mark in the democratic con
test for the governorship nomi
nation leading- Mulford Winsor
by 2000 vojes
The result of the democratic
primary election in the State
Tuesday according to returns re
ceived -by The Guardian last
night indicate the nomination pf
Senator Marcus A Smith for
U S Senator Carl Hayden for
Congress Judge A G McAlister
for Judge of the Supreme Court
Mil Simms for Governor Wiley
ETJbriesr foFAttorney Generulr
Raymond R Earhart for Treas
urer A C Peterson for Super
intendent of Public Instruction
Loren Vaucrhn for Corporation
Commissioner G H Bolin for
Mine Inspector Frank Luke and
E A Hughes lor Tax Commis
The vote for Harry S Ross and
Chas de Sales Wheeler for Sec
retary of State was very close
but latest advices gjve the noniW
patipn to Vheglpr
f Qrabajp county the follow
ipg county officers have been
nominated according to the re
turns of eleven out of twenty
precincts or P0 per cent of the
total vote
Jos H Lines for State Sen
u I Paxton for Representa
tive District No 1
D A Matthews for Repre
sentative District No 2
J D SkaggjJ for Sheriff
W A Bennett fotSupervisor
District No 1
J A McBride for Supervisor
District No 2
J A Woods for Treasurer
s Lawrence E Holladay for Re
E L Spriggs for County At
Ray Hanchett for County As-
the Beace Precinct No
Precinct No
ynas a lew jqs nmgnaip
Y Ur lnln I
1 t4JIII f
In Republican Primary for
Nomination for for U S
The returns of the republican
primary election held Tuesday in
Graham county shows E S
Clark for U S Senator re
ceived 41 votes and Cameron 5
The vote for State officers was
as follows
Edw J Flanigan for Judge of
Supreme Court 39
Thomas E Campbell tor gov
ernor 47
Ernest K Hail for Secretary
of State 42
Chas W Fairfield for State
Auditor 45
J W Estill for State Treas
urer 42
W J Galbraith for Attorney
General 45
Linwood S Pratt received 11
votes and Elsie Toles 37 votes
for Superintendent of Public In
J C Reed for Corporation
Commissioner 3
V G Mellgren received 21
votes and John F White 24
votes for State Mine Inspector
Rudolph Kuchler for State
Tax Commissioner 40
The returns for county officers
show the following were nomi
Wm Ellsworth for Senator
J A Farrell for Representa
tive 89
A T Pollock for Sheriff 44
C MPursley for Supervisor
District No 1
H C Layton for Treasurer
T Clarence Naylor for Re
W R Chambers for County
J Myron Allred for Assessor
S G Heywood for County
School Superintendent
John Bilby for Justice of the
Peace Precinct No 1
John P Walker for Constable
Precinct No 1
Harry Clifford D L Ridgway
and Lee N Stratton were uomi
nated for Precinct Committee
men Precinct No 1
See Pace Hardware Co
For cotton pickers sacks scales
andknqe pads 30 2t
Attorney General
Louis U Whitney 210
Leslie C Hardy 504
Wylie E Jones 640
Supt of Pijbjip nlruqtion
A 0 leterpgn r -- UQfl
C 0 Cas 3U3
Corporation Commlsipner
Lorqn Vnuglin 518
I C E Ailums 023
T D Cashel 284
State Mine Inspector
G II Bolin 203
Tom C Foster 147
Chna V Hanson 266
Harry Jennings - Ill
Edward Mu8soyj 415
Ed OHatfan r 61
State Tax Commissioner
M A Murphy 341
C M Zander 2S1
E A Hughes 449
Frank Luko t 702
State Senator
J H Lines
State Representative
Cistrict No 1
U I Iaxton
i 1 A
pjctrict No 2-
Foster for Justice gf I pA Jpthea
C prina John yebep pd
d Hroanears mr precinct
Jos i Woolsey
A iWttWv
jr p kjigs
K L Snriittra
Jpmmitteemep prePnPt Jo Ulatricf No
pevepprecjnpt J6tQwp
Ln uwro county are given Q wvreeniiVfRfi
Pfesjdentiol Electors
T Soulhworth
F Ililfmsalgy 5t0
tpy Hell CrniK S5
United States Senator
II C Stanford 090
A A Woraloy 192
John W Norton 71
Marcus A mith GGlj
Representative in Congress
Carl Hayden 1008
Judge of the Supreme Court
Samuel L lattou 120
A O McAlister 12d7
Thomas W Ncalon 38
Mulford Winsor 117
Mil Sirnms 1011
Secretary of State
HerryS Koss H87
Chas de Sales Whoelcr 203
E ACarroll 10G
Nellio A Haywurd 589
State Auditor
P J Munch 957
State Treasurer
lliatrict No 2-
S Geo Sims
Lawrence E Holladay
County Attorney
h q Uyton 5
j A Bicurwo uoo
J A Woods 1110
AJ Doty U07
R W Smith - 413
Hay Hanchett 1W3
County School Supt
M Jacobson 378
Justice of the Peace
U F Foster
Precinct Committeemen
Jos HitiRham
L J llroshcars
ChaM U Yett
L U Scarlett
A Social Party for
Mrs Jennie Hooks
Mrs Elizabeth Ijams enter
tained the members of the East
ern Star Lodge at ner nome
ami retreshments ol ice cream
and cakes were served
Those present were Mrs Jen
nie Hooks Mrs Lee N Stratton
Mrs Z C Prina Mrs Sarah
Wootan Mrs Kate Jennings
flrs G G Graham Mrs 1
bwdle Mrs J N Stratton
trs J M Wilson Mrs MS
arothphopts Mrs Ijams
Arthur Slaughter Wqs defeated
in Tuesdays primary election
far tho democratic nomination
for sheriff of Greenlee County
and T KenRio won the demo
cratic nomination fqr sheriff of
Qila County defeating Eugene
Dont Burn Your Straw
I will bale it as soon as pos
sible Let me know amount you
have S N Holman SO tf
Wanted--Girl or woman to
take care of baby one year old
good wages and good home to
right party Address Mrs H
W Eddy P O Box 19G4 Globe
Arizona 31 2t
- -
who have been visiting
with Mrs Pettis parents
Webb 497 John P Wehfr iwit
KoiiaTBirhurt - C IrlnuA 031 for heir homo
duction rates
rafyam Suariratt
September Morn
I Governor Cox
Says He s Dry
Gov James M Cox
UlTUUC ciinuiuuie iur presi
dent will not interfere with
the eighteenth amendment
if elected In a speech Tues
day atJJevils Lake N D
fJnvnrnni frv HpplnrpH him
self a dry The
ply to a direct question from
a woman in the audience
Where doyou stand on
the liquor question asked
the woman
1 have always voted dry
and will not interfere with
the eighteenth a me n d
-the deraqcrtic can
didate replied
Besides being Fair Week
the week from the 8th to the
1 18th of November will be Re
union Week in Phoenix
Arizona people are more and
more makinc the btate I1 air an
XldnS eUVlnWnA fcirnif I opportunity for a grand get to
iuio uciiuc iiuuao iwuwv gether kiiimp two birds with
Arizona one stone as it were For while
A very pleasant time was spent fokg take in Ue dolights of the
m social conversation and games vIllf unA inillmpnf nrn
giams they also make it a point
to meet wjth relatives and old
Sifter Maizie who has been
painting Pictures m the Whjte
WountainS will meet in Phoenix
lis claim in Casa Grande Sonny
According to the tabulated
election returns received
Arizona Republican up
time of going to press this morn
Tho women of
vited to attend
- 1 i l wimhulu
win open m arms vo pa ana ma
whove come to witness the won
ders of the Fair Tho rider of
the range will turn his pintos
nose toward Phoenix where he
hopes to greet the rest of his
clan from all corners of the
State and theyll make a rousing
party of It
The announcement that rail
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Safford Chosen
for Convention
s Resolutions appealing to the
Secretary of the Treasury for
legitimate and deserving aid
in the financial crisis facing cat
tlemen were adopted at the clos
ing session of the
Cattle Growers Association
Saturday atDouglas Other re
solutions opposed increases in
grazing fees on national forests
and urged amendments to the
State livestock sanitary law
which was declared not to pro
vide entirely adequate protection
for the livestock industry
A committee was appointed to
investigate provisions of the pro
posed State game law which it
was said would require license to
Kill fur bearing animals and
which might work a hardship on
An address was delivered by
E B Stanley instructor of an
imal husbandry in the agricul
tural department of the Univer
sity of Arizona His subject was
The Improvement of Cattle by
the Purchase of Pure Bred
Safford was chosen as the plage
tp Md the next convention
which will be held in March
Agricultural Survey
Thatcher School
The boys who are taking voca
tional agriculture in the Thatcher
Public School are making a sys
tematic survey of the district
Mr Wixom the instructor in
sists that the intent of the lawns
that the farmers as well as the
students in school shall receive
direct benefit from State and
federal money that his district
receives for the Smith Hughes
The purpose of this survey is
to more- fully acquaint the in
structor and the members of his
I classes with the resources and
problems of tho people of hjs
community Onekof the results
1 of this survey will oe
lance of apian that Mr Wixom
has for bringing buyers and
sellers into closer touch with each
TATF FAIR Ifc wiir also enabIe hlm
01il Till W JCLAV
o place valuable information in
the hands of those who desire it
The new plumbing will soon be
r i finished in the Home Economics
iirii n i w m
Will frurmsh Lnance tor Many j laboratories of the Smith Hughes
Reunions in Addition to
Department Mrs isaoeiie face
the instructor says the girls are
anxious to move into their new
Obregon Chosen
President of Mexico
General Alvaro Obregon can
didate of the liberal constitution
alist party won a decisive vic
tory in the presidential elections
held throughout Mexico Sunday
September 5th His opponent
was Alfredo Dominguez who
was nominated by the national
republican party The vote is
reported to have been extremely
friends whom they havent seen Bnt nu no rWa w umoriwre
in months pa neon receiveg
THin Wnmuno itrill mnnf
irpthpr Ben who is proving up
p r j d a y afternoon Septemher
17th in the club room in the
Davis Mrs a T Reyhftrtls Miss Uoieft the home ranch
To Rent H o u s e k e e pi ng
rooms Mrs W U t rench yi tt
Frank Dowdle of Klondyke
j was a visitor in town Wednesday
j Mrs Jos Nuttall arrived here
Sunday from Clifton for a visit
wif Ii liot irnnrlninf ViopMrtt Mnrv
reoucea Kn
the Fair will be a welcome one to Fob Salk Fifteen acres of
those planning to stage a re Hand under the Brown canal also
union More definite announce- one milch cow I
ment will be made later of re- will be in Safford from October
1st to 10th H C Ussher 31 3
Lost Stetson hat betwean
Klondyke road and Safford Re
turn to Guardian Office end
by thercceve ewa1 0UL
to the1 Dr and Mrs D Scott Schenck
and daughter Miss Elsie re-
Mr and Mrs Willard Pace left ling A C Peterson has 8847 turned home Wednesday evening
Wednesday morning for
months visit with relatives in
Salt Lake City Utah
Geo II Quimby director Gila
Valley Electric Gas and Water
Company accompanied by W A
Black returned last week irom
aandC O Case 8758 Edward
Massey 4482 Bolin 4220
Wheeler 5563 Hay ward 4984
Mrs E F Cooper of Bowie
was a visitor in town Wednesday
Wanted Man with team to
a business trip to Boston Mass -plant three acres of alfalfa In-
Mr nnd Mrs W W Pettis quire at this office 31 lt
from an auto trip in the State
and California
Mr and Mrs D T Hooks and
two children drove over from
Allandale Arizona Friday ror
a weeks visit with their son
William Hooks
Gus Emnie aged 15 years son
of Air and Mrs II D lipic
nero miss Mamie ivcuneay wnonas is mm ma ww uvwi oh
Mr bedn visiting with herfather W fermgfrom typhoid fever which
ted probably on the
Mrs F E Kirkpatfick TbrjJ Knntidyf fqi tho past two he contrac
leu yesterday morning wpejcg H1 return tomorrow to train
in Yuma fit Pnso Toxas New York
from a visit in
Cotton Gives High Quality
Light Color and Fine
Phoenix Sept 10--Don C
Mote State Entomologist dis
closed an interesting fact rnrlav
while discussing his plans forthe
iM Mt
wi Liie tuuun uiuusiry in nzona
will have to the business of bee
raising and honey producing
It has been discovered said
Mr Mote that cotton is a most
excellent honey producer and
the extensive fields of that plant
in the valleys of this State will
have a marked effect upon the
bee industry We find that cot
ton honey is very high quality
being light in color and having
almost as distinctive and fine a
flavor as the mesquite honey
Mr Mote as superintendent
of this department announces
that samples of this cotton honey
along with thatN produced from
alfalfa and desert flowers such
as the mesquite palo verde and
palo christi will be shown There
will also be displays of the honey
producing flowers and all phases
of the process of honey making
will be demonstrated
Figures were quoted by the
State entomologist showing the
growth of Apiculture in Arizona
which has doubled in the past
five years Maricopa county leads
the list with the largest number
of stands Yuma Cochise and
Graham counties afenext in the
order of their listing Mr Mote
expects to have large and com
plete exhibits from each of the
bee centers of the State includ
ing the Verde San Pedro Upper
Gila Santa Cruz arid Rillito
A most competent judge has
been chosen for this department
in the person of Dr Charles T
Vorhies of the University of
Arizona who has made an ex
haustive study of bees especially
with reference to Honey
Valley Team Loses
One and Wins One
The Gila Valley base ball team
went to Morenci Sunday morn
ing and in the afternoon played
the Morenci team
The game was fast from start
to hnish resulting m a victory
for the Morencites by a score of
The winning run was made in
the first inning by Mqrencis first
batter McCurry who smashed
the ball or a home run
The batteries were Morenci
Mason and Wilson Gila Valley
Kirtland and McAlister
Monday Labor Day the Gila
Valley team played the Clifton
team at Clifton and won the
game by ascore of 8 to 3
The batteries were Gila Val
ley Mortensen and L Jenkins
Clifton Sconlan and Exorte
Next Sunday the Gila Valley
team will play the Lordsburg
team in the afternoon at the
fair grounds
Young Holguin got the decis
ion over Billy Alger in the six
round semi final at Miami Mon
day night This is the second
decision won by Holquin over
Fob Sale Four inch centri
fugal pump also 320 feet 4 inch
heavy rivctted pipe will answer
for casing bargain for som one
B A Kenyon Geronimo 31 lt
J Horowitz proprietor of the
Peoples Store returned home
Monday evening from a months
business trip to New York City
Chicago and St Louis Mo
Mrs John F Weber returned
Monday evening from a two-
months visit in
ZeDh Prina left
I winter
Investigation of Gove
Coxs Charges of Repub
lican Campaign Fund
Document Shows Plan for In
tensive Campaign in Fifty
four Cities
The Senate Committee investi
gating campaign expenditures
which is holding its meetings in
Chicago last night was divided
on the question of pursuing the
investigation of Governor Coxs
charges that millions are being
sought by the republican national
committee to corrupt the elec
Tomorrow the committee will
complete its inquiry in Chicago
but after two conferences yester
day the five senators could
reach no decision as to the next
step to be taken
The republican attitude as ex
pressed by Senator Edge is that
every lead offered by Governor
Cox and his supporters has been
pursued without proving any of
what the New Jersey senator
characterized as sinister
founts in the democratic presi
dential nominees charges Sen
ators Edge Kenyon and Spen
cer republicans propose that
the committee drop the Cox
charges and move to Pittsburg
to investigate reports that the
liquor interests are taking an
active part in the campaign
The democratic view however
as expressed by Senators Reed
and Pomercne is that the Cox
charges are beipg proven and
they desire to go -to New-York-and
subpoena Colonel Williarh
Boyce Thompson chairman of
the republican national ways and
means committee Reeve Schley
Eastern treasurer and other re
publican leaders and pursue the
investigation further
The Chicago end of the pres
ent inquiry virtually will be com
pleted tomorrow Edmond H
Moore of Youngstown Ohio
Governor Coxs personal repre
sentative will resume the stand
to complete his own interrupted
Testimony bearing on Gov
ernor Coxs charge that a quota
list of 51 cities had been sent out
by the republican national com
mittee was elicited at yesterdays
session of the senate committee
investigating campaign funds
While Harry M Blair assist
ant to Fred W Upharii republi
can national treasurer was on
the stand a document was intro
duced which the witness identi
fied as a substitute for form
101 the campaign plan which
Blair drew up but which was re
jected by the national executive
committee This substitute doc
ument stated that an intensive
campaign was to be undertaken
in 54 cities and it also indicated
that the national treasurer was
to appoint city chairmen of the
ways and means committee
University of Arizona Tucson
WofinABHnv I for 35 cents unmounted mounted
Wednesday nM 0wi n Vrtni ujn nf
ior uosweii w ai i
morning iiMt01anj
i Supervisor and Mrs H J
Dowdle came over Monday after
noon from Klondyko Supervisor
Dowdle attended the monthly
mapping Of the board of super
visors Wednesday They re
turned to Klondyke yesterday
Miss Mamie Norton and
New Scale Map
of State of Arizona
The Guardian acknowledges
the receipt of the new large scale
map of the State of Arizona pre
pared by the United States Geo
logical Survey in cooperation
with the Arizona Bureau of
Mines University of Arizona
With the map is a complete index
Anyone wishing this map can
secure same from the Bureau of
Los Angeles Mines b M Butler Director
Wl VIV B - vwu MlVfUIVtlll V
bottom for S250 Tho
ZSSo SlKry Academy E - Mm tt of
i n n i m
nis map is the latest ot Ari
zona and every business house
and school should havo a comv
Remittance should accompany
order and should be made pay
able to tho Arizona Bureau of
The Safford Druir Comnanv has
fm ri fnff wci fi nmrrim Saturday sold its entire stock and fixtures
evening September 4 1920 at to Amos Cook proprietor of the
tho hotno of the grooms sister est urug otore Mr uok iook
Mrs Wallace Jenkins in possession luesday morning
I tral The ceremony was per-
formed by Bishop Edsil M Arthur Cooper of Clifton was
I Allred a visitor in town Wednesday

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