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Tuesday Jly 18 1922
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When you ship stock let us
handle your checks to
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We Invite you to use our bank
in every way
And your money Is perfectly
safe In our bank
We pay 4tf Interest on cer
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WATER RAISING DEVICE
MAYBE OF VALUE
tA water Uftlng apparattts which
neoms to flout the natura law that
water canuot run uphill and by which
enqgyof
tides may bo harnessed for use by
man Is an Invention of Thomas G
Allen graduate of Washington Unl
yersltjv St Louis and now a British
pubjoct The Hydrautomat as the
apparatuses culled Is tho result of
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two years of experiments A working
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model has been viewed by scores of
enKineersTsomo ofvhom have boon
baffled by the simplicity of the cyclo
of operation It haslelft6d wator 20
foet above the rlvor level
ITho hydrautomat is designed to
raise water In any quantity from a
running stream to any desired height
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without tho usdwof standard equip-
ment ucbajpumpayjnimjorwater
wheels Tho apparatus harnossed
two natural sources of energy the
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weight of a column of wator and at-
morsphorlc pressure By moans of a
series of tanks one above the otlier
and avalujce cat wnicn alternately
brings suction and pressure forces
into play1 SCTpercentof thesnergy
on the pressure water used Is ob
tained Tho height foqulrod is
reached by carrying tho series of
tanks alternating open and closed
chambers together with air conduct
Ing plpesto thodeslrod height
It lsbolloved thro 1s unlimited
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scope for the hydrautomat oh Streams
where hydraulic pbwor developments
are not feaslblcbocause pi the small
amount of fall On of the first
plications Is expected to be on Irrlga
tion projects
In a broad sonae according to the
Inventor the purpose of tho hydrau
toniat la to convert the contained
energy of argo quantities of water
at a low head Into that of a smaller
quantity of wator at a high head or
to compel a stream to hoist part ot
Itself up over tho land for commercial
or agricultural purposes The prin
ciple Is fixed the application Is to be
determined by local requirements
World patent rights have been Is
sued It appears that In the worlds
inventive records the principle of tho
hydrautomat has been remotely ap
proached but never attained
EARLY BAART WHEAT
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Twonty flvojyoars ago when the
great semi arid districts of the west
arid southwc3t wore- being brought
under cultivation the farmers were
looking for a variety of wheat that
was more resistant and earlier In ma
turity than that commonly grown
The millers were also demanding a
better milling wheat These demands
were partly fulfilled in 1900 when the
United States Department of Agri
culture Introduced into California a
variety called Karly Baari from
Australia says S P Clark Extentlon
Agronomist of the University of Ari
zona
The variety la not of Australian ori
gin The name Baart is Dutch for
Bearded so It setns possible tht
It is an introduced variety from South
Africa
In 1902 the Arizona Agricultural
Experiment Station obtained from
Australia a small quantity of Early
Baart seed The Station at once rec
ognized the njerlts of this variety as
a bearded wheat The yields from
ihe original unseected seed wero not
satisfactory An attempt was there
fore made to Increase the yield by
head selection Thege improved
strains wore sent out In small quan
tities from time to time to growers
over the state until by 1914 tho Early
Baart wheat wsb established and rec
ognized as a commercial variety
About 1919 a milling company of
California distributed 6000 tons of
this high producing Arizona seed
wheat to growers in that state for the
purposo of Improving the milling
quality of Caiforntas wheat At the
present time Early Baart Is grown
extensively throughout Arizona Wash
Ington Idaho Nevada Utah and Cal
ifornia
Arizona farmers should bo proud
of this Arizona product and try to
maintain its high producing high
bread maklnt nnhIMfcnhv ualir nnfS
Ihe best seed and by following the
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most Improvod methods in production
for as stated In a recent pross afi
tlclft Knrlv Ttnort urlihn n nnilS
ErownftIH make flour caua to thff
best Kansas hnrdfe wheatilnbread
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making qualities rii
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Mra George Anderson and child
ren are here from Clifton tho guests
of Mrs P Anderson who occupies
theHlbnor home
WULKERSON
TRANSFER
j We stand Toj prompt scrvieo
i uud satisfaction to all
SHIP BY TRVCll TO ALL
PAKTS OF TIIE VALLEY
We save you time and luonoy
Household fje ods moved to
any part of town
v PJano movlnn a Specialty
Phones 89 and C3R3
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FINE GRADE OF
MILK CHOCOLATES
By the Pound or Bos
IGE CREAM AND SODA DRINKS
THE FALIVIS
JOHN F WEBER Prop
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THE GRAHAM GUARDIAN
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SYNOPSIS
CHAPTEUtfl Looking over Big Mm
iec a secmlnsly impaHsabl swamp In
the path of the Mlssntlbl railroad Joe
BostoUc builder of the line and Wilton
Carruthers chief ot engineers are con
sidering the dl cutties A rifle glint In
stantly kills Bostock and break u
arm llatidwappvd uu ho Is Car
ruthers determines to carry the body to
a station of the Hudsons Bay company
where one McDonald Is he factor
CIIAPTKR II McDonalds daughter
Molly Bees Carruthers struggling In the
muskeg and drags him from the swamp
with his burden Unaccountably her
father objects to her saving Carruthers
CHAPTEK m Weakened by his wound
ind exertions Carruthers is disturbed by
the appearance of Tdm Bowyer Bostocks
business rival and personal enemy Bow
yer Insults Molly and Carruthers strikes
him After Bowyer leaves Carruthers
declares his love for Molly She prom
ises to be his wife
I do nnd Ill take my chance an
swered Wilton gritting his teeth at the
pain from his Injured arm The wound
did not seem to have reopened hut
either his blow or the grow of the
constable had displaced the broken
ends of the boue and be could feel
them grating tocether at his slightest
Wmwwf
Keep Your Hands Up Both of Youl
movement Keep your bunds tip both
of j on I he ordered Gle me the re
voher Molly Got a rope Ander8eii
Well I guess I have grinned the
SwedeJ He stepped to a packing case
bchliid the stove and brought out1 a
slioit coll of manlla which witha
kltcho knife- hesliced lntofour of
five lengths v
I tank I tie them to that beam
he eald Indlcntlng one of the vertical
uprights ot tho wooden shack s
All right Andersen said Wilton
TIq em so that they can sit down
Theyll have some time to wnlt and
they may ijet tired of stundlng
He took the revolver from Molly and
Mipped It Into his pocket Peters let
loose a string of vicious oaths as An
dersen proceeded to truss him up but
neither man offered any resistance
Tliocnretuker stepped back and looked
if tils work with critical satisfaction
f I tankyou get to Cluyton by to
morrow night all right Mr Carruth
ers he said with droll complacency
putting some more potatoes In the pan
Despite their elation Molly and
WUton could eat but little wash
Ing down the food which they could
hBlrdly masticate with pulp ofcoffee
They were glad to get out Into the air
Wilton mndpjila wuy to the cache un
locked It and took out some frozen
flshifor the dogs which were giving
tonrue Vigorously Inutile the stable
r Here Paplllon I he called I canJ
iimki oilr whats thtfnViVtterwltlf those
mentblnV in tlielrj blankets at this
hour with theeogvhpvliiR for their
brenkfust he sMil To Molly lndlgi
nlintly They must have known Id
feed them before starting on a run like
theone weve got befprv us I suppose
tljey jienrd the row uud got scared back
to bed he added
But no answer oamVtohIsvcnll and
suddenly Molly uttered a cry and
pointed On the- other side of the
stable were the tracks of u sleigh ob
literated at the entrance by the falling
snow which had drifted against the
building
Wilton wrenched the door open nis
Hlelgh nnd the dogs were gone togeth
er with the rifle shotgun nd transit
compass The half breeds had deserted
during tho night
They must have guessed that those
men meant to arrest jou or else they
heard them talking said Moll
But Wlltou had hurried to the horse
stalls tepiiruted from ho dog stable
by n stout door lie breathed a deep
sjgh of rillef The second sleigh was
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COrtHIQHT BY STEWART KtDP COMPANY
there For a moment the tiioiiglvt of
possibilities hud made his heart almost
stand still
He came buek grim and resolute
Theres something pretty deep In nil
this business he said I know h
the men ran away Tho sergeant gave
them the tip to I t iw him talking to
Iliplllon lat night And thats the
reason why they wouldnt sleep In tie
shack because they meant to run I
suppose the policemen were afraid
that they would make trouble or trj
to help us ISut I cant fathom It
Those men acted like criminals Thats
not the way of the police
He clenched his flst and swore un
der his breath
Ill have those fellows broke for
this If I have to go to Ottawn he
said And Im going to run down
those breeds If It takes me a lifetime
I tell you this Molly Its all bound
up with Joe In some way or other and
Tom Bowyers at the bottom of it
But first remember Kitty said
Molly suftlj laying her bund on Wll
tons shoulder
Even the slight touch made him
wince for the pain of his broken arm
was becoming unbearable Ho realized
thnt In all probability he was In for n
long spell of Illness ITe knew that
the bone would have to hp reset His
bend felt strangely light and the
ground seemed to slope downhill from
him In nil directions But he shut his
teeth hard and would not let Molly
guess And n feverih energy took
possession of him He must hold out
for the journey until nfter the share
holders meeting until he had fold
Kitty
Well take the police led and start
at once he said to Molly It look
as If a storm was brewing Ill tell
Andersen to let those fellows go about
noon and Ill leave the revolver with
him
Inside the shack they found the po
licemen eating thPlr breakfast on tho
floor with the caretaker diligently
serving them They were still bound
hut their bands were free
Turn them loose at noon Ander
sen Wilton said Give them enough
slnp bang to cairy them on their way
Just turn them loose and see that they
havent any dangerous weapons to do
you mischief with
Tou bet I take care for that
grinned the Swede
Wilton let Andersen harness tho
dogs to save his strength for the Jour
ney In a few minutes the sled was
ready with the sleigh carrying TooR
body attached behind and the huskies
harnessed sitting docile In the snow
awaiting the command to mush
The sun was just showing above the
horizon when Wilton and Molly start
ed on the second stage of their Jour
ney to Clayton
Continued next week
WIGHTMAN PARTY IS
HOME FROM JOURNEY
THROUGH MID WEST
The Wlghtnpin party arrived early
Friday morning from the long over
land Journey from Chicago to Globe
The part- was made up of Mrs P L
WJghtman Miss Miu tci and Dewoy
Wlghtman Melba Jierrnl and Mis
Alice Stephens Mar r and Dewey
Wlghtman have been attending North- J
western University at Chicago from
which Institution the rormer gredu
ated this year Mrs Wlghtman ac
companied by her neice Miss Merrill
of Pima and MIsb Stephens made tho
j trip to Chicago to attend the grado
jailon then tho entire party launched
tho motor trip home
I The party took In Denver and other
points of Interest In Colorado leaving
that state after a brief stop at
ango entering Arizona via Gallup
N M and turning off at Adamana
coming to Globe via the reservation
routo
Miss Morrill after a few days rest
hero will go to her homo In Pima to
join her parents Mr and Mrs Phil
C Merrill Globe Record
Thoso war fraud millions are stll
occupying tho public mind and the
pockots of tho thieves
M H BARR
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FOB DETROiT V
Fordson Often Does More
In a Day Than Six Horses
The Fordson substitutes motors for muscles
The Fordson substitutes tractor wheels for the
legs of man and horsel
The Fordson takes the burden off flesh and
blood and puts it on steel-
It allows the farmers energy to be devoted to -management
and not merely to operation It
gives him time It cuts his producing costs
Theres a big story of savings made possible
by the Fordson Let us tell you- Write
phone or call
W E BARNUM
Authorized Ford Agent
VISITING PARENTS
Mrs Kate Rogers and two children
arrived on the afternoon train yester
day and will visit at tho home of
Mrs Rogers parents Mr and Mrs
Staley at Artesla
FROM MIAMI
Andy Blake came home from Miami
Saturday to visit his wife and little
son He returned to that city M6n
day afternoo
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