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Arizona republican. [volume] (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1890-1930, November 29, 1908, Image 10

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THE AUIZOXA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY; 3IOUMXfJ, NOVUM II IJR
CAMPAIGN FOR SIDEWALKS
(Continued from rate 3J
proceeds and insure himself a good
walk.
This is not provided for the purpose
of making employment for the city
engineer or his subordinates, for the
specifications are so complete in the
ordinance that the owner can act as
his own inspector and see that they
are followed. However, if he does
not care to take this trouble, the
city engineer will provide an inspect
tor to pass on the work as , it pro
ceeds, if the owner of the property
w ill pay the per diem of the inspector
whilo so engaged. The point to be
arrived at is solely, good workmanship.-
The ordinance requires the approv
al of plans by the city engineer, a
copy of which must be filed with the
recorder. Quoting from it the fol
lowing is given concerning materials
and the construction of sidewalks,
curbs and gutters. As the city builds
the crosswalks, that section of the
ordinance is not pertinent here:
Section 1. The cement
shall be Portland, of quality to be
approved by the city engineer. The
sand and gravel or crushed rock shall
be free from loam and dirt. In all
mixtures the materials shall be meas
ured by. bulk, the cement as packed
and not loose. One bag of cement
shall be considered to equal one cu
bic foot and four bags as one barrel.
All work shall be laid on ground that
is thoroughly compact and thoroughly
wet. After completion of the work it
shall be allowed to dry for approxi
mately twenty-four hours uncovered,
depending upon the weather, then
covered with earth at least two inches
deep and kept constantly wet for six
days. The concrete shall be laid in
three layers. When using river sand
and river gravel the foundation layer
shall consist of one -part cement,
three p;:rts sand and six parts gravel.
This shall . be thoroughly laid and
tamped until water flushes to the sur
face. The middle" layer shall consist
of one part cement, three parts sand
and four parts gravel that will pass
through a screen with a mesh of one
j square inch. The surfacing layer
; shall be comiosed of one part cement
' and one and one-quarter parts of
J coarse sand that will pass through a
J screen of one-quarter inch mesh and
I the sand to be rescreened with a
I screen of one-eighth inch mesh and
that part passing through to be re
jetted. The sand so rejected, if free
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FREE
PILE
CURE
Sent to Demonstrate tha Merits of
Pyramid- Pile Cure.
What It Has Done For Others, It Can
Do For You.
AVe have testimonials by the hun
dreds showing all stages, kinds and
degrees of piles, which have been
cured by Pyramid Pile Cure., t
If you could read these unsolicited
letters you would no doubt go to the
nearest drug store and buy a box of
Pyramid Pile Cure at once, price fifty
cents.
We do not ask you to do this. Send
us your name and address and we
will send you a trial package by mail
free.
We know what the trial package
will do. In many cases it has cured
piles without further treatment. If it
proves its value to you order more
from your druggist. This is fair,, is
it not? Simply write us a letter giv
ing your name and address, and "we
will send you the trial package by
mail , in plain wrapper freo, , Address
Pyramid Drug Co., 164 Pyramid Bldg.,
Marshall, Mich.-
Yonr Drug Trade.
We know our work will please you
Our Goods
are always fresh and full of strength.
We never overcharge.
. Our prices are right.
The Bear Drug Store
We deliver free.
Opp. City Hall.
Tel. Main 93.
from dirt, may be used In the founda
tion layer. The surfacing layer must
be thoroughly troweled. The founda
tion and middle layer may be laid as
a single layer, but if so laid must
consist of one part . cement, three
parts sand and four parts gravel that
will pass through a screen of one and
one-half inch mesh. Crushed rock
may be used in place of river gravel
but when so used the proportions
shall be one part cement, three parts
sand and five parts crushed rock
which may be used without screening
in three layer work, but if used in
two layer work then no crushed rock
shall be used which will not pass
through a screen of oneand one-half
inch mesh.
Sidewalks.
Sec. 2. All Bidewalks shall be laid
with a slope toward the center of the
street fifteen-thousandths of a foot
per foot of width. The total thickness
shall be four Inches. The foundation
shall be two and one-half inches
thick, the middle layer one inch thick
and the surfacing layer one-half inch
thick.
Gutters. ,
Sec. 3. All street gutters shall 'oe
thirty-three inches wide. The outer
edge shall be formed of a railroad or
street car rail, which may have had
use as such, but which shall weigh
not less than thirty-five pounds per
yard. The total thickness of con
crete shall be' six inches. The foun
dation layer shall be three and one
quarter inches: the middle layer one
and three-quarter inches and the sur
facing layer one inch thick. All alley
gutters shall be twelve Inches wide,
and the bottom shall be made on a
twelve inch radius. In materials and
thickness of construction they shall
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TE.'S UiBLL STANDS P0B&3 YEARS
, i Q KNOWING HOWr
For Cold "Weather
HeavyUnderwearforMen
Heavy Cotton, Derby Ribbed, Fleece Lined. All
sizes in Gray and Ecru Colors. This is an ex
cellent winter weight, reinfoiced garment CQq
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E'RE going to take this city by storm and
give the people another assortment of
good values that will keep them warm
for this Fall and Winter. We have placed a
price of $20.00 on a large assortment of OYERCOATS,
RAINCOATS AND SUITS, the like of which cannot be dupli
cated in Arizona for less than $25.00 to $27.50. Every
garment is this Fall's newest production, strictly
hand tailored, made of the very best wear-resisting
fabrics ana embraces a variety 01
classy novelties and conservative
styles which you never expect . to
find at such a price. Qd
Any gcirillCllL in una
assortment .".
A Good Winter Shoe
Made of Box or Velou'
Calf and Vici Kid.
Goodyear Welt, Oak
Soles, Blucher or Lace. A
Dressy Winter
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weight at.
.$4
yL Ay
You'll Dc
Better at
Men's Gloves
Outfitters
to Men
and Boys
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conform to street gutters.
Curbs.
Sec. 4. All curbs snarl be six inches
wide on top and extend to the liottom
of the gutter foundation as shown on
plans heretofore mentioned. The body
shall be composed or concrete, simi
lar to the foundation layer hereinbe
fore described, and of variable thick
ness as shown on -plans. The middle
layer for top and front shall be one
inch thick, and the surfacing layer
shall be one-half Inch thick, except at
the corner, where it shall be two
inches thick. At street intersections
the curbs shall be constructed on a
four foot radius, and at alley inter-1
the intersection of a street with an
alley there shall be no curve unless
ordered by the city engineer, in which
event it shall be on a three foot
radius.
A BALKAN AGREEMENT.
Paris, Nov. 28. A London dispatch
sections on a three foot radius; at! to the Matin says Russia and Italy
have signed a secrev agreement rela
tive to the Balkans and adds that
this only strengthens the ties binding
France to Italy.
If you want veryorv to grswt yj
With a smil upon his facs
Carry CrysUllizsd Cactus Cawy,
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C. H. DAVIDSON
& COMPANY
Ask About Our Easy
Payment Plan
HARDWARE
Garni Sectional Book
Cases
Roll Top Desks .
Swivel Desk Chairs
Office Chairs
Ladies' Desks
Office Tables
Davenports
Buffets
China Closets
Kitchen Cabinets
Co stumers
Card Tables
Sewing Tables
Morris Chairs
WE DO NOT EXPECT EVERY VISITOR TO OUR ES
TABLISHMENT TO BE A PURCHASER. OUR SALES
PEOPLE UNDERSTAND THIS AND EXTEND EQUAL
COURTESY TO EVERYONE. THEY ARE POLITE AND
DO NOT FIND IT AN EXERTION TO ANSWER QUES
TIONS OR TO SHOW GOODS, SO THAT IF YOU ARE
OUT SHOPPING AND MERELY LOOKING AROUND,
YOU WILL RECEIVE THE SAME ATTENTION HERE
AS IF YOU WERE MAKING PURCHASES.
-WE WILL FURNISH-
A 4-Room House Complete for
.00.
$135
CO A L HKATERS Cast iron, from the plain kitchen circular
to the fancy nickeled parlor heater. $5.75, $10. $14
wuuu HLAfbRS Sheet iron, cast iron tops, .lined.
and absolutely the best values in Phoenix at these
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IF YOU LIVE OUT OF TOWN AND FIND IT INCON
VENIENT TO DO YOUR SHOPPING IN PERSON, TEL
EPHONE OR WRITE US AND WE WILL EXECUTE
YOUR ORDER AS PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY
AS IF YOU HAD MADE YOUR SELECTION ON OUR
SALES FLOOR. WE ARE NEVER TOO BUSY TO AN
SWER QUESTIONS, QUOTE PRICES OR ASSIST YOU
IN YOUR SHOPPING IN ANY WAY WE MAY BE ABLE.
MATTRESSES 4 feet 6 inches wido, good quality $3.
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WOTlvT. TAXflKS Tnlle:iblo iron sint-1. nnrl ilmililn nvens!
yjj on display in our Stove Department. They are bargains
at 5165.00. S18S.75. $310.00
COMFORTS-Bcd sizes, assorted colors .... $1.25. MALLEABLE IRON RAXGES-From the 15-inch
l'nces S10.50. SlS.r.O. S21Sn COT BEDS Complete with pads, they have never been slept on ...SK.OOW . ....
. 19-inch oven. Prices S70. SS5. SlTiO
WOOD EATERS Sheet Iron, lined and well 'cOMKDRTS-Cot sizes, variety of patterns $1.15 MOORE RANGES The entire Moore line.
maoe. itkc injuries i joint or stovepipe. from the No. 141A Merit to the massive
Prices S2.50. Si. 85, $7.00 tiLILT.S Worth up to $2.25, extra special, one pair only to each customer $1.35
These Stoves are on display in our
Stove Department. If - you have
not already done so, visit this BLANKETS Regular $2.00 values, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday only $1.25
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department und you will le
surprised at our showing
of Stoves. COl'CHES Beautifullv miholstprrri
PILLOWS They weigh 3 pounds and are made to sell at $1.50 each; special, pair $2.50
COUCHES The steel, sanitary couch, special for Monday only i $7.00
$20.00
No. SG8 Excellent They are priced
at $22. $50. $85
We are showing the finest, larg
est and most . complete line
of Stoves and Ranges ever
displayed on any sales-
floor west of Chi
We wish to make a special advance announcement which, we know will interest you. For the
past two weeks we have been very busy receiving and arranging large shipments of Toys from
foreign and domestic manufacturers. We have increased our regular sales force and are work
ing hard to make our Toy Department a credit" to our establishment. When the department is
ready for your inspection we will announce the opening in the newspapers. -:- . -:- -:-
Guns
Ammunition
Camp Chairs
Wagons Covers
Wire Cloth
Poultry Netting
Paints
Cutlery
Razors
Nails and Screws
Butter Churns
Washing Machines
tie ,
In Our Bargain Basement
Ink, Mucilage, Writing Tablets, Package (25) Envelopes, sold elsewhere 10c, Coat r n
Hangers, regular 15c quality, Tack Hammer, not a toy but a useful tool OC
In Our Bargain Basement
Curling Irons, Whisk Brooms, Strainers, Hammers worth 25c, Nicely Decorated i F
Tea Cups and Saucers, Challenge Parlor Match, 2400 in Pkg, regular 25c value ...--OC
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Arizona's Representative Furniture House
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22-24 West Washington Street, Phoenix, Ariz.
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