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Tuesday December 19 1622
SUPERIOR COURT NOTICE
In thp Superior Court ot the County
of Graluim State ot Arizona
In tho Matter ot tho Estate ot
nntha E Smith Deceased
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Notice ot hearing petition for pro
bate ot will
Notice Is hereby given hat 2nd day
ot January 1923 at 1000 oclock A
M ot said day and tho court room ot
salt Court at the court house In Sat
ford County ot Graham Stato pt Arl
zona have boon appointed as the time
and place for proylng the will ot salij
deceased and for hoarlng tho appllj
cation for the Issuance toVlctor Chris-
tenson of Letters Testamentary there
on
n Witness my hand and tho seal ot
ald Cour this 12 day of December
A D 1922
- H L PAYNE Clerk
First Publication December 12 1922
1 Lasp Publication December 26 1922
SUMMONS
IN THE SPERiqR CbpRT OF
GRAHAM COUNTS STATE OF
ZONA
Lauvon Rogers Plaintiff -vs Cjeorgp
- E Rogers Defendant v
Action brought In the Superior
Court of tho County ot Graham State
of Arizona
Tho State ot Arltona Groot
Ings tq Oeorgo E Rogers
You aro hereby summoned and rpr
quested 0 appear In an action brought
against you by tho above named plain
tiff and nnswervthQ complaint filed
with tho Cleric ofithe abovp cntltlod
v Court at Safforddiln tho County ot
Graham State of -Arizona within
twenty 20 days exclusive ot the day
of service after tho service upon you
ot this Summons if served in this
County in nil other caBes withjn
thlrfy
You are hereby notified that if you
fall to appear and answor the com
plaint as required by lav -judgment
by default will be -taken aajnst you
v Given under my hand and Seal 6t
the Superior Court affixed hereto at
MRS CLAUDE LEE
BURIED AT LEBANON
Funeral services of Mrs Claude Lee
who died at her homo December 12th
wero held In tho Lobanon church
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Thursday Dqcember 14 at 1230 p m
The seating capacity uf tho house
was filled with friends who had come
out to pay their respects to tho de
ceased
Bishop Jphn Lee presided nnd the
opening song was sung by the rholr
lead by Walter Woolsey I Know That
My Redeemer Lives was the first
song Elder Cruni offered tho opening
prayer Some Time We Will Under
stand was next sung by tho choir
I Tho speakers wero Mrs Geo Ja -son
of Safford Bishop Jas W Green
halgh of tho Layton ward Elder S
C Heywood of Thatcher and
Lewis M Ferguson of Safford
Elder
All
spoke on the Resurrection of DeacL
both of tho Just and Unjust also en
larged on where wo came from why
Wo are and where we aro going
Tho closing hymn O My Father
was sung by the choir arid the bene
diction was pronounced by Elder Hon
ry Cams
The body of Mrs Loo was Interred
In the Lobanon cemetery
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ANNUAL WARD CONFERENCES
EO 1922
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December 27th Vlrdon Franklin
All Ward Conferences to begin a
1030 a m except Miami conference
vfhich will open at 30 p m The
member visiting will Inspect tho re
cords ot Uiq bishop and clerk during
t
tho noon houn Thore ohould be a
meeting of auxiliary officers of tho
ward at 100 p m t
SPENCER KIMBALL
S take Clerk
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Safford this 9 day pt December 1922
Seal i H L PAYNE
cjerk
First publication December 12th 922
Last publication January 2nd 1923
ANNOUNCING THE
si
fcwsiy Overs zii
THB anAllDIAN FARUHH
uA Tip to Our MerchantsTJL
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I Maurice Bcitiov r I
ADVERTISING DESIGNER
AND ARTIST
Tell It With Pictures
We leave it to any woman liv
ing n this town if she doesnt
read the grocery advertisement
that is illustrated first and the
one that is unillustrated second
if at all
Its because of that trait of
man nature the love for pic
tures that this paper procured
the exclusive right to the local
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advertising - illustrations of the
Publishers Autocaster Service
Meier K WoHH I I
ADVERTISING- EXPERT
AND DESIGNER
OF OUR
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FOR MOflEY EARNERS AND MONEY SAVERS
gjgvfflLstost you No wStSs
II CHRISTMAS CLUti j
4jmmnM Jj Christmas 1 fflpr
jpif you will have WbW
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SPECIAL INVITATION
Our Bank extends to every man Ionian and child
in our city arid community a special invitation to
come in and join our new CHRISTMAS CLTJB
This is the most popular plan ever devised for hav
ing money next Christmas and enables those of small
means those in moderate circumstances and also
business men to lay aside money by systematic
deposits each week
IT IS A SURE WAY TO HAVE MONEY
FOR NEXT CHRISTMAS
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PAGE SEVEN
TRUCK GROWERS PREPARE LAND
Ovej one thousand acres of the
choicest land In the fuma Valley will
be planted to lettuce cabbage peas
and tomatoes by the farmers there
G M Bridge Farm Bureau Presi
dent says that farmers aro already
preparing tho ground and expect to
plant tho seed of some of the earlier
crops very shortly All of the acreage
has been contracted for and will be
handled by J E Morris and Company
of PortlandOregon on a commission
basis
This Is the beginning of what the
County Agent hopes will bo some In
tensive development that shouldbrlng
a lot of rood money Into the pockets
of Interested growers
Thls Commission firm will grow
their cantaloupes In the Imperial Val
ley and will confine their truck op
erations In Yuma to the crops men
tioned above
This Is one of the movements that
has been promoted through tho active
co operation of tho Yuma County
Farm Bureau and the- County Agri
cultural Agent
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NEW MATTRESS - FACTORY
Now located back or Berry Foster
residence near R R Will make your
old mattress new also re upholster
sofas couches chairs and box springs
Any kind of pads cushions or pillows
made to order All work guaranteed
and prices reasonable Will only bo
here until the first ot the year
Special prices on three mattresses
or more E R PICKENS Prop
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AUTO ENAMEL
ALL COLORS
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LUMBER YARDS
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You can start with lc 2c 5c 10c and increase your deposit the same amount each week or you can start with 25c 50c 100 200 500 1Q0Q 2000 or
j more and put in the same amount each week
WHAT THE DIFFERENT CLUBS AMOUNT TO IN 50 WEEKS
1 cent CLUEPAYS 1275
2 cent CLUB PAYS 2550
5 cent CLUB PAYS 6375
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t Decrease your deposits each week
25c CLUB PAYS 1250
50cJ CLUB PAYS 25
100 CLUB PAYS 50
200 CLUB PAYS 100
500 CLUB PAYS 250
A VERY POPULAR PLAN X 1000 CLUB PAYS 500
12750 2000 QUB PAYS 1000
10 cent- CLUB PAYS KKHw H
COME IN AND GET A PASS BOOK AND JOIN THE CLUB EVERY BODY WELCOME
ARIZONA TRUST SAVINGS BANK
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