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AUT0CA9TER
HE makers of U S
Tires made this
announcement last
November
Hereafter the price of the
30x32 Usco is 1090
The lowest price ever quoted on
a tire of quality reputation and
standard performance
And now with the opening of
Spring there seem to be quite a
number of New and Special
tires coming into the market in
the 1090 price range
Perhaps you are wondering just
what there can be either new
or special about these tires
It cant be the 1090 price
Usco established that five
monins ago
Nor quality reputation and
standard performance forittakes
more than one full season for any
new tire to demonstrate where
it stands in quality and value
With so many tires rus h
ing into this 1090 price
United States Tires
are Good Tiros
field now that the season prom
ises business from the American
car qwner it is worth remember
ing that Usco showed its good
faith by announcing this price
last fall
The same intent to serve that
has made Usco a standard value
for years
The Usco Tire was never
better than it is today with
its established quality its
time tested performance
and its Price closely fig
ured in tune with the
times
A A SOWELL
SAFFORD AIUZONA
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The present day problems as they come up these
are times -when our advice service or help may be of
benefit
It is the purpose of this bank to help as many peo
ple as possible
Whether your problem be large or small if we
can be of service we want you to know that we
WELCOME Y0TT GLADLY
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THE GRAHAM GUARDIAN
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Albuquerqcue New Mexico April 19
1922 Although the entire personnel
of tho Forest Service in the South
west will be on tho lookout for Forest
tires during tho coming season thero
are going to be a lot of fires that
could have been prevented if a little
thought had been given by parties us
ing the National Forest IN summing
J up tho Forest tiro situation for tho
I Southwest District Forestor F C W
Pooler stated that there were 434
fires in Arizona and Now Mexico
last yoar ot which more thxn sixty
por cent wore due to avoidable care
lessness by Forest users He also
stated that annualy 25000 acres ot
forested land was bnrrt In
spite ot all the caro and preparation
taken by tho Forest Service to avoid
Buch waste and loss can only bo pre
vented by more caro nnd thoughtful
noss on tho part ot campors smokers
and others using the Forest in p ittlng
out thoir fires and extinguishing
matches cigarettes and cigar stubs
Futhormoro a great deal ot this
wasto could bo avoided if when a fire
is rtartod tho public would put out the
small tiros by covering them with dirt
or he uso of water by reporting
tho larger fires to the noarost forest
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PIMA ARIZONA
FOREST FIRES THE COST
OF SHEER CARELESSNESS
officer Usually it will only take a
very few minutes to do this
So i iilon wldo has ls and des
truction duo to forest frw liscio
the president of the United States
has issued a proclamation designating
April 16 to 22 as forest protection
week he president urgps of
ficers of public instruction of coun
ties cities and towns and of civic
and commercial organizations to unite
in thought and action for the pre
servation ot our comon heritago by
planning such educational and in
structive exorcise as snail bring be
fore tho public the disastrous
etfectB of tho present waste
by forest flros and the need
of individual and collective effort
to conserve tho forests and increase
our tree growth for ornament and uso
The peoplo ot the Southwest have
a great Forest heritage to protect
There are over 25 billion foet ot saw
timber on the National Forests nnd
479000 head of cattle and horses and
773000 head ot sheep and goats grazed
on these Forests Furthermore tho
headwaters ot a large number of the
important irrigation streams ot the
Southwest have their sources and
watersheds within tne National For
ests hen too there are tho vast
opportunities for camping hunting
and fishing and other forms ot out
door recreation which the Forests
afford Thousands of people tiuni ally
spend their vacations and engage In
their favorite pastime and rocreatlon
cahiiilng within its cool confines
So that the enjoyment of these great
resources may bo had and retained
for tho future let everyone help to
keep America green and avoid the
fate of treeless China Furthermore
not only do we need the tuel posts
land lumber in tho upbuilding ot our
industries- but also need the forests
as a great source of water for lrriga
tlon and domestic use Floods are a
rare occuranco In well forested regions
as the flow of streams within
thom are gradual and ot long duration
Instead of torrential in character car
rying destruction In its wake Tho
destruction ot a forest means dlsas
trous erosion which annually destroys
hundrods of farms fills Imporatnt res
ervoirs and river beds with silt and
gravel which costs thousands of dol
lars to remove
Arizona and New Moxico have mil
lions ot dollars invested in their
groat irrigation projects A proper
protection ot the headwaters ot theso
streams will not only Insure a continu
ed and permanent wator supply but
will greatly cheapon the maintenance
cost of irrigation systems
ForoBt fires help no ono and damage
many Put thom out
Special prices special table special
automobile accessorics
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TENTH ANNUAL CONVENTION
II 5 GOOD filKi ASSOCIATION
NOW IN SESSION AT PHOENIX
PHOENIX EveryUiIns was in readl
ncas tor the 10th annual convention ot
the Ignited States Good Roads
entertainment of those convention
have been arranged by the Phoenix
Chamber ot Commerce and other or
ganizations The Phoenix Chamber ot
Commerce announces the following
program
Sunday April 23rd
Reception Committee calls at
Hotels Registration opens Office lo
cated on the Messanlno floor Hotel
Adams Open 830 to G0L
Monday April 24th All Arizona Day
Morning Reception Committee calls
at hotels Registration continues
every day mornings only Meeting of
Arizona Good Roads Aassociatlon at
grandstand Arizona Fair Grounds
starting at 200 ocIocK Auto parade
to Fair Grounds starts from Hotel
Adams at ono oclock Road Machin
ery exlbit at Fair Grounds opens at
two oclock Evening 730 opening
meeting United States Good Roads
Association Fair Grounds Band
frbm U S Indian School at Fair
Grounds from one to four
Tuesday April 25th United
States Day
Convention ot United States Good
Roads Association opens at 900
oclock at Fair Grounds Convention
continues in afternoon Band from St
Johns Indian Mission plays one to
four Road Machinery show open
dally ten to four
Wednesday April 26 Bankhcad Day
Session of U S Good Roads Assn
900 to 100 oclock One oclock lunch
eon to Visiting Ladles at Phoenix
Country Club Opening Day for Round
up and Rodeo features at the Fair
Grounds ono oclock to four Indian
School Band one to four oclock Even-
inglng Phoenix Chamber of Comerce
dinner to visiting Governors and
officials
Thursday April 27th Tucson
San Diego Day
Delegation from City of Tucson
romos by autos Delegaton from San
dfego arrive by special train Time
of arrival announced in press Open
ing session Bankhead Nat Highway
Association 900 oclock Fair Ground
1200 oclock trip over SaU River
Valpy Lunch served at Towhy Bros
Costructlon camp near Tempo at one
oclock Automobiles will assemble at
Fair Grounds grandstand at
Twehe to take visitor All arrange
ments in charge Junior Chamber of
Commerce Evening Junior Chamber
of Commerce Carnival and Parade at
eight oclock Roundup features for
those not taking Valley trli two to
four oclock
t Friday April 26th Maricopa
County Day
Session ot Bankhead Highway Assn
commences at nine and continues un-
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til one oclock Roundup and Rodeo
two to four Committee Meetings of
various associations In evening Con
ventions officially close Friday after
noon
Saturday April 29th Miami Day
Cars assemble at Chamber of Com
merce at 830 Dedication of Monu
ment at GKlla Pinal county line 1200
oclock Barbecue at Miami 100
oclock
United States Good Roads Show
will open Monday at two to four
oclock
Proporly authorized delegates will
receive on registering a pass which
will allow them admission to tho Fair
Grounds nnd the grandstand without
charge Cards must be properly sign
ed by person carrying samo
Coi in McCluro Syndicate
Big bowl rowden cotton seed tor sale
at 2c per pound L F M E Camp
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FOOTES SANITARY
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CD and ELMER WELKER Props
FREIGHT BY TRUCKS TAKEN TO
ALL PARTS OF GRAHAM AND
GREENLEE COUNTIES
Household Goods Moved to
Aay Part of Town
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