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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Graham guardian. — 23 February 1906

Pi i 5 - se m ht IH mv i P H - ll fitaarfcian FEBRUARY 23 1000 Entered In the fontofflce Bafford Arizona a lecoDU cius mau mauer OUR BIRTHDAY Totlny the Graham Guardian is i lven years old In 1805 when tho paper was first iesuod Safford was but a little hamlot hardly known on tho map of a doubtful futuro and very tin promising to say tbo least for any kind of a business vonturo and especially a newspaper with limit ed capital but now after cloven years of unremitting toil the GuAnmAN ranks easily among the best weeklies of tho territory and as ovidonco of this wo can point with prido to tho fact that today our columns carry moro substan tial pay advertising raattor than any other weokly in the territory Wo havo tho largest circulation of any paper in tho county and double that of any in tho valley For this pleasing condition of af fairs wo owo much to our friends and patrons Tho mornings sun ot our twelfth ycuia journey dawns witli resplendent ptomisc HON MARCUS A SMITH The Gu audi ...

Publication Title: Graham Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Graham guardian. — 2 March 1906

fUBHBBB1Wrv TSSr1 wWS r u kA V P ft t I I f i V f jjRrr v H 1KJ j The most interesting event at X the Springs is the arrival there of Air A C ZUratb who comes trora the Texas oil fields at Beaumont 0 j to bore for oil Tho tall dorrick is being eroded and machinery is arriving Betides this activity Mr Alex ander is getting ready for bis spring and summer trade All cottages and tents are being put in order and paint is flying around everywhere Tho bandsomo hotel building is ready for the rush The high water of the Gila river is now drawn out in largo irrigat ing ditches and tho fords aro safe and low A Cbineso gnrdner is already supplying fresh onions and lettuce and has sowed soeds of all varieties of tablo vegetables for guests dur ing all the months Of spring and x summer Captain Juan Ilirt is a dis tinguished visitor liom El Paso having como tn test tho curative properties of Ihc waliis for rheu matism This will be a lively season around the health giving waters of the Indian Hot ...

Publication Title: Graham Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Graham guardian. — 2 March 1906

fs it f XSr r EraWOMI Jtt 8ttaviatn MAKOH 2 lpOO Fntercd In the jiostofflce 8ford Ariivua tecond clan mall matter TEKMSl enarilnlTano Six Month t tdtMi all Communication The Guardian Pol Co bAlHlllAlI PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY II Y Tin 3UABDIAN PUBLISHING CO THE DOCTOR And What he is Continually ing For Humanity Do- in tlio namo of thousands of uih broken homos in which mid night hand-to-hand fights with death been fought nd wooj in the namo of thousands of lives rescued from abnormality and mado useful in tlio namo of unshed teats and forestalled pain and bafUcd death 1 dot my hat to The Doctor May ho never have uss for his medecino Mnv each moment of pain hu has saved others shino in tho crown of his tlio liko a bright star Alay tho children to whom ho has saved ptrents and tho parents to whom he ha saved child on talso time to acknowledge tho dpotorH worth May his patients pay him his bill And in tho inevitahlo hour may a ct rtain grim advcisary recognize a noble loo and deal gently...

Publication Title: Graham Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Graham guardian. — 2 March 1906

G V G N RAILROAD TIM IS TA31LK NO118 raking effect 1805 A Si JonrrMi 1000 From Toward Hub imei Time Table Ulubo Klrtt Class 10 K tint Class Bowie lacl8qBtndrHalr mail and Time 120th Mer mu na express Press 1 BTAT10N8 Hi leave A M Arrive I M 534 IMS ULOEK 1 00 8 40 m Ill Zf0 8 48 117 1 Cutlor 7 5J 11 1 Ullsons f 0 30 104 S Rice 43 9t S 8an Carlot 6 23 7 U i CabrltO 1 45 S 0 Ueronlmo J 2 IN tl 7 Ft Thomas 1 alt tl Mathews f 11 47 rima V 15 J Central 4S 42 7 Thatcher JJ a 52 S9 5 ganoid J J 9 04 Si S Solomon 9 21 37 0 Haeckel 3 SO 19 Tanqie 3 23 III 9 4 Kscaia 3 lit A 10 30 0 BOW1K t 8 40 P ti MmmiiT reserves tuo right to vary without notice Trains Nos 11 and II will caao possengers No other freight trains will carry Psers All regular trains are classtBed on the time table with regard to their priority of light to he ck7tafiici the Hist class being super lor to those of the second and all succeeding ClAllsoutUbound trains have absolute right trains of the all northbound of track over w...

Publication Title: Graham Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Graham guardian. — 2 March 1906

HPS LJ wn is t to a a v a li fy i4 1 wij8F bj h 6toaitt MAKCII 2 1901L Enteral In tho poatofflce Safford Atlioua as ccond tlaM raaU matter Announcement I hereby announce myjeU a candidate tor the rot i eiwwiiMerthelerthetow cl Seflord at tut elecUon to b held April 3 180S OUR TWELFTH YEAR With tbis issue we begin tbe twelfth volurao of tho Graham Gwabdian During the years that have passed sinco tho papor was sUrted none but thoso responsible for its maintenance have any idea of the strugglos through which it has paBsed There may be harder work than establishing a woekly newspaper in a country town and making out of it a successful ven ture but few ever undertake it Through ovi as well as good re port the country editor must strag gle work plan and wait Every new paper has a host of friends at the start friends whose chief efforts are directed toward telling you how ttio paper ought to be run but lew of them have latth enough in you to venture to assist financially oven to tho extent...

Publication Title: Graham Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Graham guardian. — 9 March 1906

k 1 TWELFTH YEAB RAILROAD RE CONSTRUCTION Ths Gila Valley Globe and North ern to Be Made a Modem Railroad Mr Davis of tho firm of Davis - k MoDerraott who havo just com- a five mile grading contract 1 on tho roconstructod road between I Port Thomas and San Carlos was in Safford Monday on his waj to Los Angeles He roports the work going ahead rapidly bborer k Oo have now six campa in full operation and aro oxpecting more JTraennnd teams os woll as two I steam shovels ono of which will be put to work in a deep cut near milO 00 Ona ine OWW near oau Carlos Mr Davis says tho work is of the most op to dato railroad building Fort Thomas is at present ono of tho busiest points on tho Gila h Valley Qlobo Northern railway 1 where there are some two nunurou tr men employed in unloading ma in torial for tho reconstructed road manufacturing concrete pipes for culverts and bridgo building Five snnrs have been run from tho main line and hundreds oi tons of 80 pound steel rails ana omcr material ha...

Publication Title: Graham Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Graham guardian. — 9 March 1906

Vi f r - y f aS t fc -- 8 - S- i y IV UJV - aft- ififcwV wr rL Bti nr POWERS AND DUTIES OF WATER COMMISSIONER For the purposo of cnvryinj into offect tbia dccrco AlVort I Coltun s hereby appointed a Commissioner of this Court to hold said oflieo rnd exorciso tho powers and duties thereof herein after prescribed until a further ordor of this Court The said Commissioner shall bnvo tbo power at all time when it shall bo proper and necessary in the disohargo of bis duties to enter upon any and all of thoso cortain canals nnd ditches known as tbo Brown Stnchez Mojia Graham Central Orcgou Smithvillo Bryco Dodgo Novnda Curtis Kemp ton Zeckcndorf Clavongor Roid Fort TbomasZeckondorf Collins Thompson Military Saline and upon each and every part tboroof and upon nil tho dams gates flumes und oilier structures nud appliances for tho obstruction diversion or conveyance of water from said Gila river for tbo irrigation of lands under any or all of snid canals or ditches and have supervision and d...

Publication Title: Graham Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Graham guardian. — 9 March 1906

isHnk 6 V G RAILROAD TiMio taxiI ic no as faking street 1HOS A M January 14 1000 From Toward Olob Miles Time Table Wobe First Class tnj No 38 Vim Uii Dally Pacltlo Standard Daily mall and Time lJOth Mer mmU ui eipress P t afATiuNa l JaareXM Arrive PM I S 11 t QLOBK t 8 CO S o 123 Iltial 7 0 1 48 117 1 Cutler 7 33 11J1 Ullsons t S0 104 6 Rice Ml 41 94 3 Ssn Carlos 6 23 7 11 Cebrlto f M 7 45 t0 Oeronlmo s 27 ico 41 7 rtThomat 1 6 14 111 Mathews f 3i 47 1 Pima t iep 43 3 Central 46 41 7 Thatchet If 1 11 39 6 SefTord 1 JS 14 14 1 SolomonTl 3 S3 11 37 1 Haeckel 3 39 II it I Tenque 3 23 I II 9 4 Kscala S 01 X 10 20 0 BOW1K 1 2 40 P M ti omtiaDT reserves the right to vary without notloe Trains Nos 11 and 11 will caao possenjers 0hoofb0oVdindlluccernr CluiVotbbound tralni hare absoluto IM trains or the stuck over all northbound lama or inrenor ciass ii W it and at Hobo with suite llnei to Fayson Upper sail stiver vauey iun VleVriph tution I flu elation no 5 lhe Faelfle Standard Time le one ...

Publication Title: Graham Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Graham guardian. — 9 March 1906

ft Bh p RSv j w fc if r nf v stf te r - Wan sir 3TJic gluarfcimu MAltOH 0 100G Entered In the postoflico Sufforcl ArUona iv accond cImi tanil matter Announcement 1 ktrebv umounei wyielf candidate for tho of o lT0WBtIuibaltr the torn ol titrbrd f laona at the alKtten M be held April 2 19W B1UT ROIIMON Tho International American soultoly dictatod to andicontrollod bv tho Copper uucen to ib squealing liko a hungry hog be cause ior tho benefit of tho domocratio party the GuahdiAn nsks Mr Ellin wood to resign tho chairmanship of tho toiritorial committeo It ways Mr Ellin wood tnotivoa in the mining cases woro for the benoflt of the poor miner No ono cvor hoard of tho poor complaining and no ono but tho rich companies resist ed tho tux The fact that Mr Ellinwood resigned as district ut toruoy and got a fat job with tho mining corporation as soon its the case was over makes a plain caso as to his motives Tho American says the Guakdian is doing this to r olp Wiloy E Jones to congress Mr Jon...

Publication Title: Graham Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Graham guardian. — 16 March 1906

- t 5 trieC j 4 Amanllo Tcxae March 11 4Thc Cm son building tho largest building in tho city was totally destroyed by fiio early today The loss is 100000 The Ladies Aid 4 Mrs Gammago ontcrtained tho Ladies Aid on Tuesday afternoon at tbo homo of Mrs Foster v After tbe business session iee d cream cako and coffee wero served Those present wero Mcsdames Castle Iloundy Swift Warner II Dial Reynolds Hallor Maurer Hays Foster Misses Cotton and Johnson Tbo next semi monthly tea will bo at tbo home of Mrs Henry Dial on Tuesday Marco tho twenty seventh All are cordially invited i Mrs A V Jones entertained a party of friends Monday evening at the hotel in honor of Misses Lacey end villc Shannon of Solomon- Homes Orchards Farms or Lands income city or ranch properties for sale ex change or lease oil property handled for owners on low commis sion basis see locals in this weeks issue then write or call on JFVnnls X R andolpli Safford Aiizona cv TWELFTH YEAR APPALLING LOSS OF LIFE Over 1000 Men ...

Publication Title: Graham Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Graham guardian. — 16 March 1906

K TffKS fh SSStf IKhc 5tmrMmu Knlettd lu tis iotoflke 8fTor J Aruw a ai second cls mall matter TKHMBl OnrrlnalTan lBO 7a ix Month tilreia ait Coinmumcatloii The Guardian Fab Co SAlIGItDAlUZ PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY bxtiib vlUABDIAN rUBIISHIKO CO KATISSOFIJSUAI ADVEllTlSINCl The following icale of price haa been ad j by the Ooiudun on leial 4mtilnr Patent mlnlnr nottcei per Inch 10 In- w ertloai Articles of Incorporation 6 Insertions s per Inch Notice to credltori and ilmllar notlcea from the Probate Court per notice M LanaProols 000 Notice of rorfcltare 15 00 0 inlesl Notice 1J W U other legal adterlUIng per Inch lach Insertion OFFICIAL DIKKCTOKY t rrmiiiorUL Orncrits UIltUlTITO COSOIESl Mark A Smith ITcsi ott aotnvoa J HKtblwy lhoenlx hicuktaht or TBiTor WF Mchols lioenlx AUDtTOX W A 11111 lhoenlx TKIAUVMR EK Klrkland Phoenix tt ATTOINEY OEMJUfc i K s lark lhoeula school si rmiMEKUiHT N ULajlo Phoenix D Ben Daniels phoenix 0 UIITKICT ATT0II1L1 F 3 Nae - Tucson CArraivoF KAnacaa t Tho...

Publication Title: Graham Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Graham guardian. — 16 March 1906

7 Jipi SBb v gITrmlMdT TIMIC taiilic no h Taklur effect 1S05 A M Januaryl lloa From i Toward Olob IMIKI Tlin Table Ulubt first Class 5 No 38 MrHU DiiJ mclo8tndt1la mall and Time 120th Met jail and express l express M aTATrt5 j leave A M Arrive IM I SI 124 S OLOEK t S 10 5 40 11 Pinal 7 SO I 4 117 1 Cutter 7 33 lis 1 UUion f 20 104 S Rice MJ 43 01 8an Carlo 6 23 7 13 l 5 Cabrlto 5 8 7 41 H 0 Qerontmo 8 27 00 el 7 Ft Thomas t 5 11 lit Mathews t 12 47 a rimn t S Dep 1 23Ar 4S 3 Central 42 7 Thatcher 1 13 o t Baflord t is III 34 a 8olumonTl 8 ts 21 27 llaeckel 89 M jo a Tanqse 3 2J l 0 4 Escaia 3 01 A 10 20 a BOWIK 12 40 I M The company reserves the right to vnrr wltnont notice IraloiNoilt nod 11 will caao possengers v nih friffht trains will carry passengers Allreftilarlratniara clataiBed on the time table wltn retard to meir priumy u the tack trains oftheflist class being nMr lot to thosa of the second and all succeeding 11 thnimit train hare abtolate Tight or track OTer all northboun...

Publication Title: Graham Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Graham guardian. — 16 March 1906

K n ii w - -fl ff flt cSuatftimt Entered In the rotofflce Batlbrd AtWnn iccond clua mtU mlui Announcement I hereby innounce myself a etndidtte for th office ol Town Mnhl ef the town ot SSbrd ulion lit the election to be heW April 2 1900 THE STATEHOOD SITUATION Tho following oditorml is tnkon from tho Kansas City Journal ono of tho lending papors of tho United States and withal a faithful friond to Arizona Tho elimination of Arizona and Now Mexico from tho statehood LIU by tho senate Friday was a triumph of justico and fajr play over partisanship and sectionalism Justice was dono Oklahoma nnd Indian Territory in leaving them to stand on their own indispulablo merits unembarrnssod by tho difll cult and doubtful phases which cloud tho situation in tho other territories Tho amendmont was particularly just to Arizona which is not an applicant for statehood jointly or separately and whore it was emphatically demonstrated in a non partisan convention rcprc scnting both political parlies an...

Publication Title: Graham Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Graham guardian. — 23 March 1906

E8 VW r Ki Ivkv t yi s mmm frgfSmFn - wWp ssM5gggat Of v YEAR TWENTY TWO KILLED IN WRECK Worst Railroad Disaster Recorded in HIstorv Operator Slept at Post of Duty A wreck accompanied with bor rors exceeded only by tbo Eden disaster whicb occurred August 7 1004 on tbe line of tbo same rail road resulted from tbe collision of two passenger trams on mo ueuver A Bio Grande roud lour miles cast of Florence Oolo at an early hour Friday morning The tated truins Imot on a sbarp curve and wero less than two hundred yards apart when tbo engineers discoTercd that a collision was imminent It is known that tbo engineer of the westbound rain used every power at bis command to bring tbo train to a standstill but his efforts wore fruitless and although ho succeed ed in checking the speed of his train the crash that followed was boyond his power to prevent and he went to bis death with his hand on tbe tbrottlo and bravoly faith T Jul to bis cbargo This raucb is avouched ior by his fireman who seein...

Publication Title: Graham Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Graham guardian. — 23 March 1906

sv Ii3V - E B X W EP1 Em E i P if i J - OFFICIAL lIlItKCTOllV rEKRlTOBiaiOfHCIRl DLIAUATU TO COHGMCM Mark A Smith OOVtRNOK tl 3Thc SttarCiiatt Entered In Ihe s0c uaVi - x M TKltMSl On4Tllne 10 ill Month Idrtreu kit Communication m Guardian Pub Co til101lAUlZ PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 11YTUK JUARDIAN rUBLISHINO CO ItATKS Or IXGAl ADVK11T1S1NO ThefoUowlnitcloof rnecl hat teen d 01 by th Ouakduh on ltl adTettlilnr ratenl mlntn noUcet pr Inch 10 in- mtioai Article oflncorpotatlon Olnaertlont pet Inch Notice to creditor and ilmUat notice from the Probate Court per notice uandVroola Notice of Forfeiture Content Notice all other legal ulmtlilng per Inch iaahlmertlon ctcott IhoenU tlkURt Or TIHElTOaV WFNlchol Ihwnli AUDITOR AV A Mill 1 hoenli thkahiker K E Klrkland lhoeulx KSlark Phocnlu CI100L llTtRlHTtSPWI NOUtou IhucuU UK Bcu Daniel lhoeulx V S IIIITRICT ATTORNEY K 3Kae OAI tAIS OK RASlltRI Thos 8 Itynnlng Douglas oimt TOrncsRs frnlllATITRE 11 B Wee Council Morcncl WTWebb A iscmblr Mma Iara...

Publication Title: Graham Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Graham guardian. — 23 March 1906

G V G RAILROAD T1M1C T AUrIC NO SIS rmkllic eBot 1803 A M January 14 1000 irom Toward Ulube Miles llmeTable tilube Flrat Class fl0 No 88 Klrsl Class uowie Racine Standard mall and lime 120th Mer mu n express I1 U MTAllONH l Leave A M Arrive IM 5 55 134 S GLOBE t SIX 5 40 1M rloal J JO 5 4S 117 1 Cutter 7 83 lis 1 UlUoni f 6 SO 104 5 Rice 5 iS 0 43 913 San Carlos 5 33 1 12 CabntO M 7 45 S0 Ueronlmo J 8 0 1 7 Ft Thomas t U 118 Mathews f SKI 47 Plm 1 i3ArP 42 Central 4 4j 7 Thatcher J IM in safford t I 9 M m Solomontl JJ SI 27 0 ltaecktl 5 I 19 ft Tanqje 9 j tca a 3 H A 10 20 g BOW1K 13 40 1 M I ni v ABiirvfla the rlicht to vnrv without notice Tralni Nos 11 and 11 will oaao posscngers No other freight trains will carry passengers All regular trains are classified ou the time thl Alnlfv nf rlirlit to the sack trains ofthefltst class being super ior to those of the second and all lucceedlng classes kw BniiitA rlpht of track over all northbound tains of the tame or interior cum NoV and 10...

Publication Title: Graham Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Graham guardian. — 23 March 1906

tf m v u naSOatS lEit iStmrfctam Entered In tho postofllce Safford Arlrona a second class mall statu r Announcement I hereby amount mysell a ndWaw to th office 01 Town Marshal f the town ol SalfonJ ArLow a tho election to he held ajjUAU A WISE SUGGESTION Heres some bot shot from the virilo and ever faithful pen of that prlnco of editors Mnlford Windsor in tho Yuma Sun wnicn is respecx fully referred to tho Copper Qneon subsidized organs ot W Ji lveiiy and company A wiso auggution comes from tho Grium Guardian John J Wrlnns ccnulnelv democratic uowspaper Mr Birdno moes that tho lion K J5 Ellinwood who has recently entered tho employ of tho Copper Queen Alining Company ho sent his lesignation as chairman of the Territorial Dciaociat Central Com mittce It would bo tho meicst good tasto lor Mr Ellinwood to heed tho suggestion and rotiro giacc fully If his ideas do not run in tbat diicction It would bo nothing more than n mcasuro of protection for tho dcmocintio party to speak to him abo...

Publication Title: Graham Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Graham guardian. — 30 March 1906

US TfkTSUft I pfcsartRftywr Wo tako tho follpwing dispatch tfVom tho El Paso Timet dated at t Johnstown Pa March 27 With a monetary loss that at 3 a m is estimated at about a million dol lars -one fireman killed sovoral seriously bnrt by falling walls Johnstown is threatened this morn ing with devastation that almost rivals that of tho groat flood The firo broke oat at 1230 oclock in tho center of the busi ness section and has been sprcad f Dg for three hours Tho twelve lire comnanics are powerless to check tho blazo Tho town is with out olectrio lights tho wires ing been burned out and tho fight against mo arc is iuhuui uuuui capped by constantly bursting hoso i The firo started from an un Jtnown cause in tho hardware es tablishment of Swank k Co and sproadjapidly to tho buildings ad joiningnt cither side At 816 oclock tho firo was not under con trol The Ladies Aid Tho Ladieo Aid mot with Mrs Henry Dial Tuesday from throe to five To meet at this homo is to have a good time and the ...

Publication Title: Graham Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Graham guardian. — 30 March 1906

iV Bji Il v r Uhft Ctmrfcimu Entered In the jioitofflcc 8fTorl Arlinna ircond clMi mttl mtu TKltMSl OntyOftT In advance 0180 tlx Month 14 lri all CommunlcUo The Giardlan Pub Co PAlIOIinAlUZ PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BYTI1E 1UARDIAK rUBIIBHIHQ CO llATtSOPUSOAl ADVE11T1SINQ The foUowlnn cal of r ricei hi ben J 01 b j the Qoakduh on lel adrcrtlilnr Patent mlnlnt notlcei per Inch 10 In- Mitlom 1500 Article oMncorroratlon Wlniertloni w per Inch Notice to creditor and ilmllar notlcei from tho Probate Court per notice 7 60 LandProol low Notice of Forfoltnre 10 0nteit Notice w k U other lent adrerllilnir per Inch nh Iniertlon - OFFICIAL DIKfcCTOHY friRitonurOrriciM nritcMTiTo conaau Slark A Smith Preicott JlIKlbtwT Phoenix rCXtTAKT OF TX1T0X WF Nichols Phoenix Aowtom W A 11111 Phoenix TiiniK E E Klrkland Phoenix ATTOBSEY E alark Phoenlu ICneOL IVriKINTEXDIKT NOLarton Phoenix V MAMHAl Ben Daniel Phoenix u a diitxict ATTOasiv F 8 NaT Tucson CArTAIS Or RAJIGMt Thos 8 Rinnlns llouelai ou jr TOmcri...

Publication Title: Graham Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Graham guardian. — 30 March 1906

s i4 The Navies of the World Built and building this country now Iihb only twelve battleships huilt and thirtocn others in courso of construction This countrys present showing of total naval strength places it fourth in the list ofseapowbrs and it would now bo fifth but for Russias enforced recession from thiid place Ac cording to a table prepared by Capt Seaton Schroedor chiof in telligence officer of tho navy the presont relative order of warship tonnage of tho ciuht first class powers is as follows Nation Tonoago Great Britain 1647082 Franco 014045 Germany 415824 United States 886428 Italy 201111 Japan 253401 Russia 220780 Auftria 112830 Womans Ways Women are funny creatures says Almira Todd Some of thcra will sit up till 12 or 1 oclock at nigbt to do a little fanoy stitching on a dinky liltlo piece of linen others will spend un equal amount of energy and lime over a canvas with little dabs of paint which nino times out of ton is doomed to wasto its brillianco in tho storo room o...

Publication Title: Graham Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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