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THE GRAHAM GUARDIAN
Seini Weekly
W M Moore and Clyde W Ijanis
OFFICIAL PAPER 01 GRAHAM COUNTY
Published Every Tuesday and Friday
Entered in the Postoffice Safford Arizona as S econd
Class Mail Matter
TERMS
Year in Advance 200
Address all Communications to
GUARDIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY
WEST WILL RULE THE WORLD
The world consumption of oil has reached 700000000
barrels and experts say this will go to 1000000000 bar
rels in five years
While other nations arc struggling to corner the oil
supplies of the world the fact remains that our country is
producing70 per cent of the total
Capital by the millions each month is searching for
new oil wells in all the possible producing territory from
Mexico to Alaska
The west also has 90 per cent of the potential hydro
electricsenergy of the world and capital is beginning to
turn attention to that
The west has great riches in natural resources of tim
ber oil mines and undeveloped agricultural lands reach
ing into hundreds of millions
Who so blind he cannot sec that the west is to have
the future wealth and manufacturing power not only of
our country but of the world
With lumbering paper mills irrigation power de
velopment shipping sugar factories precious metals
potash fisheries fruit growing and agriculture going for
ward by leaps and bounds who can over estimate the re
sources of the country west of the Rockies
Let us be proud of our country and not hadicap its
growth with unnecessary restrictive legislation and taxa
tion
TO MUCH EXPENSE
There is some complaint over the levying of the neces
sary tax for financing the soldier bonus This affords
an opportunity for the periodical explosions which we
require toxM off surplus steam
- But our explosions should be turned upon a different
subject
There is too much waste in the public service This
waste is in the form of man power or perhaps it might
be more appropriate to term it barnacle power
Many government state and other office holders and
employees feel that they arc doing nobly by their country
if they stalk majestically into their offices at 9 in the
morning loaf around a while put in a f iv hours of leisure
work and go home or out among the boys at 4 or 430 in
the afternoon
In the business world the average man gets to work
at 8 in tlfc morning takes an hour for lunch and con
siders his days work over at 5 in the afternoon and not
a minute sooner And those eight hours are put in at
good hard work The loafer soon finds himself out of
a job
The business man has just as many brains and knows
how to use them to just as good advantage as does the
public office holder or employee
Is there anv good reason why one should be required
to hit the pace and the other be permitted to sidestep
If our public affairs were managed and conducted with
the same degree of executive ability and prudence we
display in commercial life we could discharge one fourth
of our public office personnel and still be in better con
dition than we are today
The average man hangs onto his own money but too
many of us are ready to let it fly when the treasury
pays the bills
Eliminate the official waste and extravagance and
financing the bonus will not require the addition of one
cent in taxation
Of course an army of political barnacles would have
to get out and go to work but that is what the Lord in
tended they should do
The boys who fought the war are more entitled to con
sideration than the harnaclcs who are now receiving it
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STRONG ARM TACTICS
Strong arm tactics seldom win out in the end They
may triumph for a tune but sooner or later the one who
uses them comes to grief and is promptly kicked to the
rear
fYou have noticed of course that in an argument the
auuug jii ih auvocaie in ms own estimation is always
right and the other fellow is completely wrong There
is no debatable ground for him
You perhaps have also noticed that it is generally the
other fellow who is in the right because otber fellows
are mvairably men who reason things out before thev
begin to make a noise
The strong arm man depends upon his tongue work
and his bull dog tenacity
The other fellow depends udou his brain work and
upon the ability of the public to understand calm and
common reasoning x
These are things it might be well to remember in the
training of the children of this town
As a child is trained in youth so will it be when it ar
rives at the age of maturity
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IT MAKES RED BLOOD
Does your boy like to play ball Js your girl fond of
basket ball Do they find pleasure in the numerous
sports in which children incline
Let them go to it and stay with it and get the full
benefit of it Every hour of healthy sport aids in the de
velopment of mind and body and prepares them for
surmounting the obstacles of life
Tt would bo profitable if a general playground could
be arranged in this town -equipped with the various
means of exercise and enjoyment that arc found in such
places
Healthy sports makes red blooded men and women of
our children Caging them up too often produces weak
lings and sissies
The Guardian Covers the Gila Valley Like the Sunshine
POPE BLESSES PEOPLE AFTER ECTMi
Exclusive and first pictures from Rome showing the new Popt
Pius XI blessing the people in front of the Vatican immediately after
his election to succeed the late Pope Benedict Upper picture is a close
up of His Holiness op the balcony surrounded by some of the Cardi
nals wjio elected Film Lower picture shows crowd receiving blessing
Thcje pictures vtrt mdp with pecja jelephoto camera
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS QALE ON
FORECLOSURE OF LIEN
III the Superior Court of tho Stuto
of Arizona In and for the County of
Graham y
Lee Arnett Plaintiff
TB
George A Matthews and J B Follett
Defendants
Undor and by virtue of an order
of sale and decree of Hen Issued out
of tho Superior Court of tho County
of Graham Stato of Arizona on Uio
16th day of February 1922 In tho
abovo entitled action whoroln the
above namod plaintiff Leo Araett
obtained a Judgment against the
above named defendants George A
Matthews and J E Follett for tho
sum of 81248 and Interest on said
sum at rate of G per cent per annum
from date of said Judgment and a
decree foreclosing an attachment
Hen on tho premises hereinafter de
scribed which said Judgment was on
tho 20th dayof January 1922 record
ed In the Judgment Book of said
Court nt page 1 11-1-12 1 am command
ed to sell all thoso certain pieces lots
and parcels of land situate lying
and being In tho county of Graham
Stato of Arizona bounded Rnd de
scribed as follows to wit
Tho Northeast one fourth M of
tho Northwest one fourth i and
tho Northwest one fourth U of tho
Northeast ono fourth of Sec
tion twenty flvo 25 Township live
5 South Range twenty three 23
East of tho Gila and Salt River Base
and Merirlan In Graham County Ari
zona
boutneast ono fourth Vi of the
Northeast ono fourth of Section
twonty flve 25 Township five 5
South Rango twenty throe -23 Bast
of tho Gila and Salt River Base and
Meridian in Graham County Arizona
Also Tho Southwest ouo fourth
04 of the Northwest one fourth tf
of Section thirty 30 Township five
C South Rantfe twenty four East
Gila and Salt River Baso and Meri
dian In Graham County Arizona
Also Tho West one half of
the Wost onohulf j of tho North
west ono fourth of tho Northwest one
fourth U of Section ten 10 Town
ship six C south Rango twenty four
24 East of Gila and Salt River Baso
aud Moridlan in Graham County Ari
zona
Also Lot Six C ntid Seven 7
and tho North onohalf i of the
Southwest one fourth of Section
Four Township Six 0 South
Rango Twenty four 24 East of Gila
and Salt Rlvor Base and Morldlau In
Graham County Arizona
Notlco Is hereby given that
above described property or so mush
thereof 88 may be necessary to satis
fy plaintiffs Judgment with lnteroat
thereon and costs to tho highest and
bost bidder for cash in lawful mon
ey Of thQ United States
Dated thla 21rt day of February
1922
J D SKAQGS
Sheriff of Graham County Arizona
By W Mangun
First publicatlon Fob 21 1922
Last publication March 7 1922
SUMMONS
In the Superior Court of Graham
County Stato of Arizona
The Gila Valley Bank and Trust
Company a Corporation Plaintiff
vs
Geo A Matthews and T J Batty De
fendants
Action brought In the Superior
Court of the County of Graham State
of Arizona
The Stato of Arizona sends Greet
ings to Geo A Matthews and T J
Batty
You are heroby summoned and re
quested to appear in nn action
brought against you by the above
named plaiutiff and answer the com
plaint Med with the clerk of the
above entitled Court at Safford in
tho County of Graham State of Ari
zona within twenty 20 days ex
clusive of tho day of service after tho
aervlco upon you of this Summons if
served in this county In all other
cases twenty days
You are hereby notified that if you
fail to appear and answer the com
plaint as required by law Judgment
Also Tho East one half OA of the by dofault will bo taken against you
Given under my hand and Seal of
tho Superior Court affixed hereto at
Safford this day of February
1922
L PAYNE
Clork
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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR
THE COUNTY OF GRAHAM
In the raattor of tho estato of Noil
V McGrath doccasod
Notlco of hearing petition for pro
bato of will
Notlco Is hereby glvon that M A
Gregory has filed in this court a docu
ment purporting to bo the last will
and Testamont of Nell V McGrath
docoasod togother wltlj a petition pray
Ing that same bo admitted to probato
and that lotters Testamentary of Ad
ministration with the Will anuoxed
hereon be Issued to M A Gregory
nnd that Saturday Uio 1th day of
March 1922 at tho hour of 1000
oclock A M at tho court room tn tho
on City of Safford Graham County has
Thursday thd 10th day of March 1922 boon appointed as the dato of hearing
nt ton oclock A I or that day I horqln and nil persons Interested ore
will in obedience to said arffor of salo heroby notified to then nnd thero ap
and docroo of forocldauro sell tho i pear and show cause If any they mar
HORTICULTURAL DEMONSTRA
TIONS HELD IN VALLEY
During the past weok Prof Kin
nlson of tho Horticultural Extontlon
Service of tho Unirornlty of ArUona
save demonstrations of planting
pruning and grafting at Ft Grant
STRATTONLYNCH
NOTARY PUBLIC
Safford
Arizona
Welker Bros Transfer
CDandELHERvWELKERProp
FREI6HT BY TRUCKS TAKEN TO
ALL PARTS OF GRAHAM AND
GREENLEE COUNTIES
Householed Goods Moved to
Any Part of Town
PRICES REASONABLE
New and Second Hand
Furniture
Perfection Oil Heater
Cook Stoves and Ranges
In fuel unjrtMm In lh HuhM lint
ACENT3 FOR
COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPHS
GARCIA NORTE
HARALSON nUILDINC
SECOND HAND
FURNITURE
BOUGHT AND SOLD
All kinds of furniture
repaired
Prices reasonable
Traynofs Furniture
Store
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Safford Arizona February 28 1922
or wbo was apprehended along the
Thatcher road two weeks ago was
roturned to tho penitentiary at Flor
ence by Sheriff Skaggs last weok
The articles consisting of harness
guna overcoat and silverware found
In Amadas possession have been
Klondyke Pima -Catcher and Saf T Identlfledaaproperty belonging to killing
ord with fairly good crowds attend
ing
At each demonstrahci unusual In
terest was shown In tlio walnut graft
ing In this demonstration Prof
Klnnison used the famous Beldman
and Uarcraft method of grafting us 1
115 tho native walnut which Is a
hardy drought resistant tree for tho
lock and tho California English wal
nut By planting tho seed in the fall
It Is possible in two years to get a
seeding large enough to graft and
with some ymretlcs a crop of largo
jfim may uo oniameu it
Is puftgeuted by County Agent Wright
hat the waln f would be a good troo
to piantfor street trees as It not
only produces nuta but also makes a
good shade
The- growiiiKof -promises tn
bo a coming industry for the valley
as the soil and climate conditions are
suitable for thls tree-
STOLEN PROPERTY
IS IDENTIFIED
Trinidad Amada a paroled prison-
They appeal to our Sympathies
Theblllous and dyspeptic aro con
stant suftorers and appeal to our sym
pathies Many Buch however have
boeu completely restored to health
by tho use of Chamberlains TabletB
These tablets strengthen thestomach
invigorate tho liver and Improvo tho
digestion They also cause a gentle
movement of the bowola When you
havo any trouble with your stomach
glvo thorn a trial adv
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have why said document should not
be admitted Jo probatend such let
ters Issue thereon as aforesaid
Dated this 14th day of February
1933
H L PAYNE
Clerk
First publication Feb 17 192a
Last publication Feb 28 1922
5 Portrait Free
In order to be doing semethlng
during thee dull times we will
make you a 14x20 oval 500 portrait
FREE Wo Wnt you to jhow It to
your friend and advertise ovr work
All we ask of you send vt 96c to
pay for postage and boxing and wo
will send the portrait prepaid free
Mail your photos with 95c Give us
a trial No frame catch buy your
frame whero you please Wo copy
anything and everything Monoy
back If not pleased
PALM ART CO
Hasting Nebr
an old man named Bezanclency who
was found murdered at his ranch six
miles northwest of Bonlta last No
vember The two guns were identi
fied by four people and the overcoat
by two It is believed by the officers
that Amada Is the wan who did the
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than they have ever been before f
Banking service to be effective today must be a
progressive service
It is the sort of service we offer you Sumcienf to
take care of your legitimateaieed and give you the
utmost in safety as well
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DRIED FRUITS
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Our MpcI fruits are excellent because they are
lacked ripe from the troos and then by a scien
tific process of evaporating the natural ripe flavor is
retained x
ypu should have fruit in somo form on your table
for overy meal Fruits nro delightful to the taste
and arc nccesunry to carry out of your system the
lieavv moats you eat
All dried fruits are not the same qualitynot by
a jug full Just try ours
THE SAFFORD MARKET
Homo Burnt and
Cement Brick
1VASV4 71
Complete Mill and
Ctrpcnter Shop
MiLES CARRELL
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
iUlimatci FurnUhed on Electrical and Constructional Steel Work
ALWAYS SEE US BEFORE BUILDING
SAFFORD ARIZONA
FINE GRADE OP
MILK CHOCOLATES
By the Pound or Box
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