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THE GRAHAM GUARDIAN
W M Mooro and Clyde W Ijanis
OFFICIAL PAPER OF GRAHAM COUNTY
Publislicd Every Tuesday
Entered in the Postofiice Safford Arizona as S econd
Class Mail Matter
Year in Advance
TERMS
Address all Communications to
GUARDIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY
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LOVE FOE THE HOME TOWN
Human nature runs to two extremes The finest types
of men and women think but little of themselves and they
give their lives and their all to noble ideals Others are
more selfish they concentrate their thought on personal
acquisition and cherish no interests bnadcr than their
own pleasure
Human progress goes on only as people get away from
this sordid line of thought and acquire the higher ideas
of life Patritism the sentiment that makes one love his
country and in time of peril leads the soldier to offer his
life is one of the most noble of these ideals The majority
of people entertain this sentiment
There ought to be room also in the normal heart for a
feeling of home town patriotism a love of ones own com
munity that shall he deep and vigorous and sacrificial
much like the love for country These scenes amid which
people spend their daily lives should have their pull on
their heart strings
They may have commonplace features and some ugly
ones like nil communities But they constitute home
just as much as the four walls in thc dwelling in which one
lives his life The old song of Home Sweet Home
should applv not merely to the house in which a person
lives but toall the scenes of the home community
To the generous imagination a feeling of some roman-
tic attachment snouiu grow up unu a uumv iuinmuu
itv These streets and buildings may not be more won
derful than others but they are the scene of our struggle
and effort of our joy and sorrow They have seen our tri
umphs and our reverses We have built something of our
heart into them and they have become part of our lives
that should never be forgotten no matter where life may
take us There is something lacking in the mentality that
does not feel a touch of emotion on thinking of his home
town
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REAPINGAS WE SOW
As a people we Americans are too indifferent to mat
ters of national concern
We are indifferent bccaue Ave do not enter actively into
the discussing and shaping of such affairs We have no
time to devote to the national welfare because we are on
gaged almost exclusively in the accumulation of money
for our necessities and pleasures
This trait is not found only in the republican party or
in the democratic party or among any certain class of
people We are all tarred with the same brush and the
tar is thick and black and sticks
If things dont go to suit us in Washington we roar
chcstily for a day or two and then forget all about it We
dont follow up the roars with definite action
Because of this weakness we suffer from appalling
waste and extravagance in our national life We see offi
cials vacillating in their weakness and indecision when
they should be firm and aggressive in their action
And above everything else we see crime rampant
throughout the country and taxation scraping the lining
f the skies
We reap as we sow and the yield is no more than we
sow
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EASY ON THE BRAIN
Occasionally we hear of a brainy man who reads action
stories in order to divert his mind from the strenuosity of
his career He finds relaxation and it is good for him
Stories founded upon the wild and wooly days of the
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j men with oceans of red Wood in their veins and he
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But he misses the best of all action stories
He should read the Bible
No writer of modern or other fiction has ever been able
io duplicate the wonders that arc told in that book
No human mind has ever been able to fully grasp the
import of the deeds recorded therein
Tt is the only book that has ever been written that holds
its own against the lapse of an eternity of time
Even brainy men may find rest and relaxation in read
ing of the glories that arc told in the Book of Boolcs
GIVE EM HELL
The government is said to place theblame for the latest
coal strike on the shouMer of the operator of western
Pennsylvania
S ine one is guilty Some one is lespoisible for this
grew strike which may cause endless distress to an entire
nation of pop
If e gove inent is j ntisfied that Mtasn parties are to
blane then those parlies regardless of vho Uey may be
should be punsheil
Operators are entitled to a fair profit and miners are
entitled to a reasonable wage Neither side has a rioht to
hog it tlL
Rout the culprits out and give em hell
RETURNS FROM MIAMI
Misa Minnie Davia returned on tho
morning train yesterday from Miami
wbero ens spent the last two weeks
with relatives
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ARRIVES HOME
Judgo W C McPurland returned
Saturday from a vlatt of several days
la niabeo nhero ho went last week on
profKAstonal business
Meridian
containing ono
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THE GRAHAM GUARDIAN
t5h Pkseni w0
Politeness is a simple thing and doesnt cost a sou
ft puts the polish on a king or anv common plug bv jing
th same as me or you
Were livin in a Christian age where courtesvs re
quired and when 1 meet a sore head bear with constant
growl and rumpled hair it makes me awful tired
Whenever I go in a store or other business place- -and
when they treat me impolite it simply makes inc
want to fight like spittin in my face
I never could quite understand the tightrwad or hi
game And when by chance or accident I find myself
inside his tent 1 dont repeat the same
1 dont aspire to regulate the habits of mankind
Rn if I might by deed or word land on some ill-mannered
bird it would relieve my mind
The Road to Happiness
You muRt keop well if you wish to
be hnppy When constipated take
ono or two of Chsmberlalns Tablets
Immediately aftor supper Thoy
causo a gentle movement of the bow
els Adv
SUPERIOR COURT NOTICE
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
STATE OF ARIZONA IN
AND FOR THE COUN
TY OF GRAHAM
In the matter of tho estate of
Charlos L Desanceuey deceased
Notice of salo of real estate and
personal property by administrator
Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of an order of tho Superior
court of tho County of Grahma and
Stato of Arizona made on tho 17th
day of April 1922 In the matter of the
esUto of Charles L Besanceney de
ceased the undersigned tho admlnia
trator of the estate of Charles L lies
anceney deceased will sell at private
sale in ono parcel to tho highost bid
dor upon the terms and conditions
hereinafter mentioned and subject to
confirmation by said Superior Court
on or after the Cth day of May 1922
all the right tltlo interest and estate
of the said deceased at the time of his
death In and to the real and personal
property hereinafter described and all
the right title and Interest that tho
said estate has by operation of law
or otherwise acquired other than or
in addition to that of said deceased at
the time of his death of in and to the
following described real estate and
personal property situate and being
nnd lying In the County of Graham
and State of Arizona and more par
ticularly described as follows to wit
Heal estate
1 The Southeast quarter V4 of
the south west Vi tho wost half Vfc
of the southeast quarter C4 and the
southeast quarter Vi of the south
east quarter of section eleven
11 Township ten 10 south of
rnngo twenty two 22 east of
the Gila nnd Salt River Base
and Meridian Graham County Ari
zona containing one hundred and
sixty acres 160
2 The southwest quarter of sec
tion twolve 12 Township ten 10
south of range twenty two 22 east
of the Gila and Salt River Base and
Graham County Arizona
hundred and sixty
160 acres Same being filed 6n but
not proved up on by the deceased
Porsonal property
Three i burros
Ono 1 wason
Ono 1 cultivator
Ono 1 plow
Terms and conditions of salo
One half cash on confirmation of tho
sale by tho Superior Court and the
balance on or bpforo January 1st 1022
Bald balance secured by first real
eetato mortgage on said real estate
Deeds and abstract at the oxponso of
the purchaser The purchaser to aa
buiuo the pujment of and take the
property purchased by hlra subject to
all the stato and county taxes and all
assessments of whatsoever name or
nature which are now or may becomo
hereafter chargeable to or a Hen
against the property purchased by
him
All bids or offers must be In writ
ing and will be roeelved at the law
I churches
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LAYTON VARD OF
L D S CHURCH
Priesthood meeting at 900 a m
Sunday school at 1030 a m
Regular service ovory Sunday aft
ernoon at 200 oclock every Sunday
ovening at Tmi0 oclock Theso ser
vices will bo conducted by thoStnko
Missionaries
Jos W Grcenhalgh
Bishop Layton Ward
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St Josephs Steke
High Council Aopolntmcnts for
April 23rd
EDEN James I Palmer
BPYQn Lewis M Ferguson
HUBBARD Austin Evans
GRAHAM Chas E Ferrin
SOLOMONVILLE Levi A John
ARTESlA R G Layton
LEBANON Max Webb
LAYTON Geo A Toote
VIRDEN James A Duke
THATCHER John Bilby
THATCHER WEST Martin Mor
tensen Jr
CENTRAL Frank H Lines
PIMA Joseph H Linos
MATTHEWS Ed w C Eyring
ASHURST Phil C Merrill
EMERY Wm Ellsworth
FRANKLIN Cleveland Curtis
for saiil su icatrator the tmvn of
Safford Arizona at anv lme after
the llrhl publication of this notioo
and before the making of the sale
Dated tii3 17th day of prll 1922
MILES I WOOD
Administrator of the estate of
Charles L Besancenoy deceased
Walter Lee Johnson Attorney for
Admlnistiator
Flrat publication April 18 1922
Last publication April 25 1922
NOTICE TO CO OWNERS
OF FORFEITURE
Safford Arieona Murck 10 1JIH
To tho Heirs of John Blake deceas
ed and to the administrator of his
said eatute J Fred Blaka
You are hereby notified that I ox
ponded durinc the year 12 four
hundred dollar In work and improve
ment upon thoso crUI
6d Mining CUImi sltuat 1 Stanley
Mlninc DUtrlct Graham County Art
ion Vnown aa Kquador Minims
Claim the location notlca of vhtcii
la recorded In Book IT at Pace 383
Orinoco Htnlne Claim the location
notice of whlch is recorded In ok
14 l Pe 491 SUnley Ulnhn
Claim the locution notlte of whicn
is recorded In Book 17 at Pace 51
and Venetoela Minlns Claim Um
location notice of whlcn it
ed In Book 17 at race 3I all the
above records ore reeorda of Mtnaa
of Graham County Arlsona
Said work nnd improvement won
dono In order to hold ind cUlraa
under tho provision of Section 2994
Revised Statutes of the United SUtaj
and whs for the yer 1920 and If with
In ninety days from the service of
this notice upon you and each of yon
nnd within ninety days after the Jit
publication thereof you tall or re
fuse to contrlbutto your proportion of
such expenditure ta wlt One halt
thereof as a coowner your Interest
In the claims will became the proper
ty of the undersigned your co owner
who has made the required expendi
ture
Laura P Edwards
Ptmt nnl ration Marnh U lflSt
omro of WnltrrLw Johnson attorney
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The present day problems as they come up thfcsc
are times when our advice service or help may be of
benefit
It is the purpose of this bank to help as nnny peo
ple as possible
Whether your problem be large or small if wc
can be of service we want you to know that wc
WELCOME YOU GLADLY
Announcement
I huve leased the Indian Hot Springs located on
north side of Gila Kivcr two miles west of Eden
Arizona on good connecting road from Pima across
the bridge to the Springs
We have cleaned out the LAKE -and thoroughly
ronovnted and refurnished the HOTEL and DIN
ING BOOM
First class MEALS at reasonable prices and
good service Luncheon at any hour day or night
Also commissary for travelers and campers
Our Mineral Wells will Cure any Kind of Rheuma
tism and Hindered Ailments
L J BROSHEARS
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