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TWENTY EIGHTH YEAR
AMENDNENTS UD
BILLS BEFORE THE
LEGISLATURE
VTho house received and advanced
to first reading Senato Bill - No 4
tares with Irrigation district war-
rants
i In the Senate
The senate committee on
tipniand finance Introduced S BNo
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25 amending tho session laws of 192
concerning1 coolioraYivip agrfcuifuraT
work sa that oach county would
match dollar for dollar nil cash re
ceived from University ot Arizona
fund which receives all federal aid
money for this purpose In Arizona
under congressional act of May 8
1914
Senator Elliott from Greenlee In
troduced S B No 24 to amend the
civil code so that after the 1922 elec
tion all three members ot boards of
supervisors would be elected at one
ttae At present one Is elected at
one biennial election and two at the
succeeding biennial election
Bills to Committee
The senate after first reading of
11 DNo 2 to restore competitive
bidding voted to deter action one
day
President Wilkinson assigned to
the Judiciary committee bills No 22
and No 24 to determine whether
these bills come within the bounds
of the governors proclamation No
22 is Qonator Lines bill giving au
thority to boards of supervisors- to
raise or reduce salaries of all county
officers
Tho senate adopted tho report ot
the committee at the whole on S B
No 0 as amended Tho amendments
Include tho strlkuu of tho omergoncy
clnuso from the hll whfch is tor a
now Irrigation ajid drainage law and
adds a paragraph providing that an
Individual if desired may dmln his
own land and otherwlsa operate sop
rtey from proposed law
Rovornl days ago sovornl bills f it
corstjtutlonrl amendments were In
tnduced In thj senate by tho com
mlttee on conrtMoil amendments
Tm so bills drawn by tho Arl
zci industrVl conference
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NOTICE
Parties who took colls and spark
plugs from car behind meat shop rei
turn an dsave prosecution Parties
are known make it snappy
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TO KLONDYKE AND BACK
8upt S C Heywood mado a hur
rled trip to Klondyke and back to day
on school business
GENUINE FORD
PARTS
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LIVESTOCK AND RANGES IN
ARIZONA NEW MEXICO
High temperatures during tho
week resulted In almost the complete
disappearance ot snow from tho
ranges Where pastures wore good
an almost unlimited supplyof food
has been available and the water sup-
ipiy suuiciuiii ur uvcij iuiiusu
- lOnly In the Grand Canyon section
Atgloast J JQOPOO and Jiot more than do patchos of snow remain
half ninilon OoHars year will be Jon tho ground Range
hunI the state If a number ot bills JO Ubca
ported good and In Fort Apache and
Introduced In the house Saturday 1
como laws according to opinions arasaW to 0 S001 in tUe rcmnnns
olced by sotoral members 4 vtions ot tho district rango and
Ihu bills would amend and repeal stock uro reported fair Tho week
coi tain session laws and parts ot tho ha3 been unusually favorable tor
invll these Blleon as abumUnco of moisture and
code Among other things
hls propose to abolish the state
board advancement by state to coun
ties ot money deaf dumb and blind
appropriation cooperation ot state
with United States employment bu
reau state Normal school cadets ap
propriation appropriation for cooper
ation of state with government for
the eradication ot tuberculosis among
cattle appropriation for vocational
rehabilitation of Industrial cripples
appropriation for maintenance of
state Immigration commissioner and
tho Arizona resource board
Among the amendments Is one to
glye more work to tho orporatlon
j warmer weather havo brought nl
aroe and other winter annuals tor
ward with great rapidity affording an
unlimited amount of pasture Twenty
seven acres ot feeder sheep wore ship
pod from Sellgman at tho end ot tho
weok Highway transportation thru
the northern soctiou was greatly Im
proved but side roads thru timber are
still In bad condition and In many
places Impassable
Crop Progress In Arizona
Absence ot rain up to tho morning
of the 21st and modorato temperature
were favorable for the prosecution of
all farming activities Planting of
potatoes vas actively carried onand
commlslson another to rovlso tho tee completed on many ranches Lettuce
system fa filing papers All these cutting and marketing made good
bills were introduced by request by progress but owing o previous cold
Representatives Wylle UdalL Plshon weather heads wore generally small
Haynes arid Schupp j p
Representative Baxter from Marl- GRAHAM COUNTY MUSIC
copa county introduced H B No 17 CLUB IN SESSION
authorizing -the board ot supervisors ThQ Grahnm county Music Club
of Maricopa county to transfer 125- mi at the home 0 MrfJ c D Welker
ouu irom me roau uinu w u w February 24th Attor an interesting
program a round table discussion of
the question Are Musicians Born or
mechanically made
Tho club was fortunate in having
as ItsTsuefit Mrs Broitenfcld of Now
York mother ot Emll Breltenteld the
composer Mr Breltenteld has writ
ten many oporatlcnirs but he Is per-
liawulicJLtFn JfOinm J RrpaeiL hPjpK
songs etc most popular of which is
The Last Long Mile Several vic
tor artists have mado thoir records
it the last named composition Mrs
Breltenteld took pa t in the round
table discussion and her talk was
much appreciated by all
Tho club will hold Its next meeting
in the club room at tho court house
March 10th At that time questions
of musical Interest will bo discussed
If you have a topic which you wish
discussed phone or write Mesdames
John Freudonthal or Welker tho
committee In charge
The program follows
Vocal solo A Song of tho Hills A
Hundred years from now
Mrs Wilson
Article from tho Etude By Henry P
Fink entitled Ten Musical Failures
and Why They Failed
Vocal Solo Islo DAmour The Owl
Melba Beobo
Piano Solo 5th Nocturne
Mrs Crandall
hVocal Solo Thats Where tho WcBt
Begins Mrs McNeil
Six Hand Selection Tho Directorate
March
Mrs Coopor Misses Chamberlain an
Beebo
Vocal Solo I Jatliered a Roso
Mrs Burrell
Vocal Solo A Rowl of Roses I Love
Theo Mrs Wolkor
Round Table Discussion
Are Musicians Born or Mechanically
made
MAY BEGIN WORK WITHIN
SIXTY DAYS
The officers and - stockholders ot
tho Dominion Mining company the
visit to the mines In which they
sampled tho ores Inspected the work
ings and expressed themselves as
ploased with the showing and while
not definitely stating tho day when
work will bo resumed Intimated that
It would not bo later than sixty
days Thoy will visit Los Angeles
and San Francisco on thoir way homo
to Now York
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SAFFORD GRAHAM COUNTY ARIZONA FEBRUARY 28 1922
Members of Saffoifd High
School Basketball Team
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Standing Coach P runty top row fro m left to right Gordon Graham
Robert Sales Marvin Welker Bennett Yett lower row from left to right
Farrell Evans Robert Graham Marvl n Clifford
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ET ALL WON
BYGfLANORMAL
Tho following account of the bask
et ball game botween the Safford HI
toam and the Gila Normal College
which was played in Globo Saturday
night is taken from tho Globo Rec
ord
Gila normal college won the bas
ketball championship of the Eastern
Arizona Conference by an eyelash
from tho fast Safford high school
team Saturday night in a smashing
loading by seven pofnts after a short
period of pjay Gila overcome this
lead putting In fresh men and finish
ed the first half oiie point In front
score 18 to 17
Throughout tho play Iiit tho first
period tho Safford team matched
teamwork and speed with tho Gila
five but could not overcome tho
weight handicap
In tho second har It was any
bodys game until the final whistle
In this halt tho Safford boys played
a strong consistaiit game and it was
neck and neck with the scoro swing
ing from ono side to the other
Points wore scored alternately and
tho gaVlory was on its feet all tho
way
At tho wind up Gila lead but by
tho very narrow margin of 30 to 28
Safford played tho same five men
throughout tho gamo 4 Gila used
three substitutes
Lines at left forward starred for
tho winners scoring 17 points and
playing a magnificent game as did
Lambson and In fact tho whole
team
Stars for Safford wore Clifford
Evans and Graham although Sales
and Welker did somo very brlllant
work
Altogethor It was a great basket
ball gKrao
The Line Up
The llno up wns as follows
Safford High School Kvans right
forward G points Clifford left for-
old Malloy group loft for Phoenix ward 14 points Graham conter G
this morning via Roosevolt After a points Wolkor left guard no points
Salos right guard 2 points
alia Normal School Marshall
right forward no points replaced by
Payno who mado 4 points Lines loft
forward 16 points H Pace center
2 points 2 points Lambson right
guurd 8 points replaced by Nelson I
Paco loft guard no points
Tho officials of tho game were
Reforroo Tod Culver of Miami urn-
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pire Fred Mast of Miami scorers
Ruby Welker for Safford H Creer
for Gila timekeeper Charles Waugh
tel coach L L Prubty
The contest Saturday night was tho
deciding game of tlie Eastern Ari
zona Conference series and tho team
from the Gila Normal College having
beon the winner will represent this
district tit the State Meet In Tucson
Following ore tho statistic of the
reonierence games played by the Saf
ford Higli School team during tho
basketball season
Dec 2 Safford vs Duncan score
37 to it in favor of Safford rlaycd at
Safford
Dec 10 Safford vs Morencl score
to i in favor ot Moroiu i pavcd
at Snfford
Dec 1G Safford vs Miami score
contest on the floor on the Hill street 40 t0 22 In favor ot Miami playod at
school gymnasium The largest Miami
enco that has been present at an Doc nsafford vs Globo scoie
athletic contest of any sort In Globo 27 to 21 ln faVorof Globe plarf d at
this season saw th came Mure Gj0iej
than 200 people from Safford andj Jan- 7Safford Va Mtamf Bcoo
Thatcher were present and cheering 23 t0 D n favot fSafford played
was one continuous roar from start to f c i V
flntsh I TniiiLoofrjVoni
Cliftbn score
The normal school team bigger 31 t0 22 in favor of SaffoVd played
and heavier by 1C or - 17 m rjufton
pounds to tho individual man than Jan 20 vs Clifton score
the high school hoys wero outplayed 42 to 19 ltl favor of Saftord piayed
at the opening of tho game Safford at ciifton
- Jan 21 Safford vs Morencl score
33 to 22 in favor of Safford played In
Morencl
Jan 28 Safford vs Globo score
31 to 21 in favor ot Safford playod
ln Globo
Feb 4 Safford vs Duncan scoro
16 to 8 in favor ot Safford played at
Duncan
Feb 15 Safford vs Gila Normal
College scoro 27 to 18 In favor of
Gila played at Thatcher
Fob 22 Safford vs Gila Normal
College score 23 to 21 in favor of
Safford played at Safford
Feb 25 Safford vs Gila Normal
College scoro 28 to 30 In favor of
Gila played at Globe
Score of individual players in the
Safford High School team
Evans 53 Hold goals 75 foul goals
out of 111 tries Clifford- 35 field
goals with 4 foul goals out of 7 tries
Graham 42 Hold goals Sales 10 field
goals Welkor 3 field goals
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SUPERIOR HIGHWAY
NEARING COMPLETION
The travel over tho Superior high
way has been light recently for the
reason that tho automobillsts passing
that way aro forced to mako the do
scent to the bottom of Pinto creek
Contractor Fawcett is engaged at the
present tlnio in compiotolng tho last
stretch ot 50 or 100 yards this side of
Pinto creok Mr Fawcott staled tho
othor day that ho oxpected to have
this portion of the work complotcd
within tho noxt tow days thus put
ting tho finishing touches on tho
Fawcett contract
Superintendent Ran Bono of tho
construction crew ln the omploy of
the state now has an nlr compres
sor at Irons ranch completing tho
stretch of tho highway in that lo
cality When this work is fin
ished tho now Suporlor highway will
bo practically completed
AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER
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The Graham County Association ot
Arizona Pioneers met in the Amuse
ment hall at Thatcher February 25th
1922 at 900 a m temporary chair
man John F Nash called the assem
blage to order at 1115 wlion the iu
lowing Impromptu- program was
rendored
Congregational singing
Invocation Patriarch John Taylor-
Original song The Gila Freighter
by P H McBrido
Address of Welcome Chairman
John F Nash
Response Judge John Bilby
Address Stato Committeeman W
W Par
Original song Lost Another Ox
Elijah Hancock
Reading Whistling in Heavon
Mrs FoBtor
Intermis8ioaior luncheon
At 200 p m the assemblage-re
convened and listened to remlnls
enses of early school teaching experi
ence ln Arizona of Mrs Virginia Cur
tis Mrs Luciiida Gustofeson J -A
Woods and Mrs Curtis dating back
to 1878 Mrs Gustofeson to 1882 and
Mr Woods to 1877
Speech Phil C Merrill
Soiig P II McBrlde
Pineerlng in 1880 D H Wcech
Resolution of condolence to Mary
Jane Poarce and family on death of
husband James Pearce of Taylor a
ploneor citizen of sterling worth ln
ovory sense ot the word
A permanent organization of the
Graham County Association of Ari
zona pioneers was effected and the
following officers chosen
W W Pace state representative
Phil C Morrill pimit chairman
Jf Aw Woods Thatcher secretary
treasurer
County Central committee Inez
oc William Ellswonn John Matlice
Iown committeemen Safford Hen
ry Nash J It Welker Solo
monvllle Margan Merrill Ammon
Curtis Thatcher R G Layton J F
Nash Central James Martin Mrs
Frank Webster Pima S O Wllllains
S S Green Glenbar P II McBride
J H Mack Ashurst Piatt Curtis
Ft Thomas W O Tuttle Louis V
Voelckel Emery Jacob Pulsipher
E Chesley Geronlmo R S Knowles
EdeiF E Hancock Joe Kempton
Brycc J A Bryco George Peck
Hubbard Ed Chesley G B Sanders
Graham Moroni Skinner R A Smith
iKlondyko H J Dowdle Aravnipa
H T Firth Bonita Miles L Wood
Lebanon John A Lee Artesia
Aldo A Allred i
This first meeting of the Graham
County Association of Arizona Pio
neers will long bo romomborcd by those
present as ono of tho most enjoyable
affairs of a lifetime The meeting
of gray haired boys and girls who
have each done their part in tho fram
ing and building an empire of which
more than three hundred are register
ed wus the opportunity for rouewlng
old friomlshlps that otherwise may
not have been possible
WAR HEROS FATHER
GIVEN ITALIAN CROSS
- HONORING SLAIN SON
PHOENIX A belated decoration
that of tho Italian Croco di Guorra
with a certificate ot award alsned
by Genoral Diaz has hocu received
by Frank Luko stato tax commission
er fathor of Lieut Frank Luke Jr
Amoricau aviator and Arizonas most
illustrious war hero
This tho tlrts torolgn decoration
to bo recolvod by tho parents ot the
aviator Tho United States govern
ment has taken coguizanco ot his ex
ploits by conferring tho congression
al medal ot honor and tho distinguish
ed service cross with oak leaf cluster
An Eoro Club America medal ani tho
Margarot Fishor modal also havo been
received by the parents
NUMBER 7 M
IDNEEI Semj OFFICIAL COJF 1
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a happy memory
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FOURTH CLASS POST-
MASTER EXAMINATION
The United States Civil Sprvico
Commission has announced an exam
ination to be held at Safford Arizona
cm March 18 1922 as a result of which
it is oxpected to mako certification
to fill a contemplated vacancy in the
position ot fourth class postmaster at
Solomonvllle Arizona and other va
cancies as they may occur at that of
fice unless it shall be decided in the
interests ot tho service to fill auy
vacancy by reinstatement Tho com
pensation ot tho postmaster at this
office was 684 for tho last fiscal year
Applicants must nave reached their
twenty first birthday on the date of
the examination with the exception
that In a state where women aro de
clarod by statute to be at full age for
all purposes at eighteen years women
eighteen years of ago on the date of
tho examination will bo admitted
Applicats must reside within the
territory supplied by th post office
for which the examination is announo
id - --
The examination Is open o all citi
zens ot the United States who can
comply with tho requirements
Application blanks Form 1753 and
full Information concerning the re
quirements of the examination can be
secured from the postmaster at the
place of vacancy or from the United
States Civil Service Commission at
Washington D C at the earliest
practical date
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PRESENTS HIGH
SCHOOL PLAY
The seventh an doighth grades ot
tho Safford junior high school pre
sented tho play enhtted Good En
glish in tho auditorium of tho high
school Friday night to a large audi
ence
Tho stago was artistically decorat
ed with posters mado by tho children
of tho two grades
Tho play In which Bad English
Is tried convicted and sentenced to
banishment forever from tho Safford
schools was very Interesting and
the parts well aken and showed care
ful training on the part of tho
teachers Mrs C B Yctt Miss Carrie
Simpson and Misses Dollio iKennedy
The music was under tho direction of
Miss Ethel Clymcr
The presentation of this play is
part of tho regular school work tho
object of which is to train tho chil
dren to appear before tho pnbllc with
easo and composure Such training
will bo ot Inestlmrblo iuo to tho
children who nthey Jw older and
take their places in the business
world
BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday school each Sunday at 1000
a m
Preaching att 1100 a m and 730
p in each Sunday
Prayer service ovory Thursday at
730 p in
Tho genoral public Is given a hoarty
invitation to attend any ot these ser
vices
L It Carter Pastor
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The board of supervisors met In spe
cial session Monday for the purpose of
canvassing the votes cast in the re
sent good roads bond elect cn AH
members ot the board including the
clerk wero present
official count is as follows
Precinct
J Yes
Safford No 1 428
Hubbard No 2 22
Lebanon No 3 468
San Jose No 4 9
Solomonvllle No5 103
Pima No 6 151
Ft Thomas No 7 42
Bonita No 8 22
Klondyke No 9 36-
Artesia No 10 15
Lompoc No 11 Tz
Thatcher No 12 162
Eden No 13t 33
Stanley No 14 1
Central No 15 - 65
Geronlmo 16 27
Bryce No 17 39
Galluro No 18 9
Columbine No 19 0
Redland No 21 29
Glenbar No 21 51
Total 1306
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THE MARINES PREEER
THEM SINGLE
WASHINGTON Old Man Mars
may be groggy from the stiff body
blows that havo been rained on him
from all quarters since Armistice Day
of 1918 but ho won hands down ln
St Valentines Week over tho forces
of Cupid in a decision of the Marine
Corps In the future no married man
will get by the recruiters who wear
tho blues of tho Marines nor will any
bo reenlistcd from any branch otthe
serrlcft except In speciftccases of
men on duty at certain staff offices
those detailed on recruiting duty and
the benedicts who have had long dnd
honorable service with tho sea sol
diers
oUPERIOR COURT IN
SESSION THIS WEEK
Tho superior court convened Mon
day In the court house with Judge
V R Chambers presiding Tho trial
iury was in attendance and tho first
case called was that oX Jose Sanad
val and Francisco Aguilar lndlcttd
for burglarly The two Mexicans were
charged with robbing a ranch house
at Stockton Pass getting off with a
lot of bedding
Tho case was given to the Jury
ate yesterday and after being
out all night brought ln a verdict this
morning of guilty intho second do-
greo and the defendants were remand
ed to the custody ot the sheriff to
await sentence which will be In a few
days
Tho next case called was that ot
the State vs Chico Chavarri and
Shorty Barton charged with giving
away whiskey
EXTRA
SPECIAL
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STOCK See our win
dow for BARGAINS
Walk a Block
Save a Dollar
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Authorized Ford
Dealer
FORD CARS
FORDSON TRACTORS
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