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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY 3IORNIXG, DEEMBER 1, 1908.
9 t M 1 ! I II 1 111 I I in in 1 II Tempe Department F. W. GRIFFEN, Manager 4llllIlllllltHMMMHHIMttl1IIIIIIIIIIIIIOIMIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIH CUT GLASS The best assortment in Tempe for Christmas Presents and presents for other occasions. See our south window, next to the post office. Harmers Drug Store-Tempe M"t"M"M-l II I Hi M 'iHWfrK:ili.:ll.l..l.l.;,l,H.lK.w XMAS GOODS... A full and complete line of Water Sets, Fruit Howls. Salad Bowls, Cream Pitchers, Vases, Cake X j Trays, etc. Also a nne line or Silverware. They will make the finest kind of a Christinas Present. See our east window for display. H'TvyvT I 1 i I 11 i"l 1 11' i' I1 ! iC 4-H-M-W-r-H"i-H M ! I 1 - H - H - H' - M Lily Milk Pacific Creamery Company;Terape, Arizona J M-M-K-KH-H-K''H"M WH 1 Hill ;,,;,, i tMH ,H"M"H"H j n i ; pi t ; lllH n 1 1 1 i-H HIV 1 ! II I ' Woolen Blankets Cheap ' This cold weather calls for more bedding and for ten days only we are going to offer our regular $6 and $6.50 genuine Oregon Wool Blankets, regular 11-4 size, at $4.00 IV- LUKIN CASH STORE TEMPE. ,,,ii; i M I I I 1 I'l'l I 1 ! I H I I i'l I 1 1 I I 1 I I 1 i I I I I MM I I Mill- THE OLIVE HOTEL t Meals, 35 cents. Pleas- X , ant, airy rooms. Free 4- j bus meets all trains. J Special Family Rates Upon 1 Application. T H--W--H' 1"M 1 t 1 1 1 1 I- ! ! ! t I 'II UI1IHI1I IM- rresn, tweet uream t 20 CENTS PER PINT. ALSO ICE CREAM AT Easterwoods I i 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 t t i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r H- H-H-i-H-H-H-K I I ! I I'H-W- S6000 wi" hu' 4rt acres near Tempe with good house, if tak en before Dec. 1. Beet Land for Rent. A. B. TOMLINSON, Notary A. Real Estate Agent. Tempe, Arizona. 3. ; t, ; 1'1-I-M ! "I "H 1 1 I I' ! I'i l"I"l"l-:- T A fine assortment of Silver- I ware. Cut Glass and Hand I Painted Dishes just received. GOODWIN'S NOVELTY STORE 1 1 1 1 I 1 I I I 1 I I I 1 1 M M vlVH-fr XMAS GOODS are arriving; daily Frank La Mont, - - Jeweler I I Ini.i.I lil I M 11 1 I 1 1 I I I I' I Club Pool Room jj Cigars and Tobacco H-H M l 1 11 11 1 M l M M THREE SMALL RANCHES FOR RENT. R. A. WINDES, Real Estate, Loans & Insurance. X 4H'M-I"H-M"M'M' l till I 'M'M 1 IXfiBBBBaMHsKBHaaH Kvery grocer in America will tell you he has GOOD COFFEE. Every grocer in Tempe will tell you this.; but no merchant will look you straight in the eye and say his COF FEE, is better than CHASE & SANBORN'S "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE He may muster up courage and say his COFFEE is "just as good." but he- stops right there. You cannot buy Chase & Sanborn High Grade Coffee in any other store in Tempe. uc adc- cm p ir.PNTS Arizona Mercantile Co. Tempe, Arizona M 1 1 1 1 I I 111 III 1 H II IIIMM Cut Glass -just arrived, including T LAIRD & DINES, Druggists. X 'l"I"i' 'i"l' 'I' ! 'I t1 1 I "1 l 1 1 1 I I I I j " - H - M - H - i 'I ! ! "1 ! 11 U 11 1 I I-H-a Home j; Product :: I I ! lIUHMtilllllllllDI UNCLE JOSH PERKINS VISITOR OF TEMPE He Will Appear at the Goodwin Opera House This Evening. "Uncle J"sh Perkins." a clever rur.il romedy-drama. will be in evidence at the Goodwin opera house this evening. As a piny it is said to be wonderfully original in construction and post-rsscs mnny thrilling situations, while pathos ami humor intermingle all through the story, everything coming out as it should at the end. The scenic pictures divided between "Uncle Josh's" farm in Vermont and New Tork City, is one of the features of the play. Notwith standing numerous humorous situa tions, the author has never once al lowed the plot to be ; lost sight of. which combined makes the play one of intense heart interest. The people of Tempe can turn out in force to pee "I'nele J'sh" with the assurance that the play Is all that it should be. at least that is the verdict accorded It in every town and city visited so far this ytar. Reserved seats may be secured at Goodwin's store. Iriees of admis sion. 25. SO and 75 cents. 'I'nele Josh Perkins" will meet with a little opposition here tonight a-s "The King of the Cattle Ring." by Hal Reid is also billed, for this place this evening. This organization travels In two special cars ahd carries its own band and orchestra. It likewise sup plies its own opera house, a good sized canvas well lighted. It carries a com pany of some sixteen people and Is said to be a first class performance. The people of Tempe can take their choice between the two. i K. O. T. M. SMOKER. I There was a large turnout of the members of tho K. O. T. M. at the smoker last evening and all reported a fine time. A number of members of the Mesa tent were present and sev- eral candidates were given a trial on the goat. The goat had been given I extra care and was in fine condition j for the occasion. Following this fes i tive moment, coffee and cigars were ! served. The new Popular restaurant, every thing new, clean, and neat. The best of service. DECLAMATORY CONTEST. The W. C. T. r. expect to have a temperance declamatory contest In Tempe sometime 'after the holidays. I Roys and girls from ten to fourteen years of age, wishing to take part in this contest shonld send !n their names to Mrs. Scudder. The union i will furnish the recitations. 1 HORSEBACK TRIP TO CASTLE HOT SPRINGS The Pleasant Outing of a Normal Pro fessor and Student. J. F. Hall, of the Normal accompa nied by William King, one of the dor mitory boys, spent the Thanksgiving holidays very pleasantly on a horse back trip to Castle Creek Hot Springs. They found that resort all and even a little more than it is advertised to t be. They found game in abundance on the road and had an enjoyable trip. Going up they followed the rail road to Hot Springs junction and then took the automobile road to the springs. On the return trip, however, they took a shorter route and leaving the springs in the morning reached Phoenix the same night. This shorter road Is much the poorer of the two though, but is well enough for horse back travel. See Dr. Swigert for correct glasses. I I I 1 1 i M I 1 1 Ml 1 I H II 1 1 m. EARLY MORNING FIRE AT THE CAFE TOGEL The Quick Work of the Proprietor Was All That Saved Much Damage. The firemen of Tempe owe a deep debt of gratitude to John Togel, the proprietor of the Togel Cafe. It was only due to his acute sense of smell that they were saved from a hurry up call in the cold at four o'clock yester day morning. As it happened John was the only one who got out In the cold and a few minutes work on his part saved the day as well as the building perhaps. The fire was rather an unusual one and started in a peculiar way. The night before the bar had been given a good cleaning up, followed by an ap plication of a preparations of linseed oil on a rar. This task being com pleted, the oily rag and the bottle of the preparation were both placed In a drawer back of the bar. A little be fore four o'clock yesterday morning Mr. Togel was awakened by a peculiar smell as of burning wood. There was also a little smoke in the atmosphere of his room and thinking that perhaps something had gone wrong with the stove, he arose to investigate. Coming Into the bar room, he found the smoke thick and it seemed to be coming through every crack in the stand be hind the bar. He pulled open the door of the drawer and flames shot out In his face and started toward the ceiling. He had enough presence of mind to close the door again and grab a bue'ret of water that stood conve niently near and a couple of palls of it sufficed to put out the conflagral tion. The damage was slight but had the fire been given a little more headway there is no telling what might have happened. As near as Mr. Togel can figure the Incident, the oily rag. due to spon taneous combustion, broke into a blaze. The heat of this fire broke the bottle of oil. adding more fuel to the fire. The wood work quickly caught and but for that fact the drawer was tightly closed, the flames would have no doubt have done considerable more damage before they wore discovered. Finch and Carr. undertaker and em balmers. Tempo, rhones, 1J1 Finch; and 179, Carr. THE NORMAL CONCERT. The Worcester (Mass.), Telegram, of November 28, 1905, says: "Mr. Hughes sang a tenor solo, "Toreador Hola," by Trotere; an Irish folk song by Finite, and 'Love is a Bubble.' Allit sen. all of which proved enjoyable, be ing sung In a sympathetic manner with fine enunciation and good deliv ery. Mr. Hughes has a pleasing tenor voice and shows good method." He will be heard at the Normal Audito rium. Friday night. NEWS NOTES. H. L. Chandler was down from Mesa yesterday afternoon. Schools opened j again yesterday merning. The attendance at the High school and Normal was up to par but at the Public and Training schools was a little light. It is expected, how ever, that within a few days It will be up to the standared again. I. G. Hanna has rented his twenty Bcre tract south of town to Peter Aepli. Mr. and Mrs. Hanna will leavo shortly for Mexico where they will spend the winter. In this morning's issue the Lukin Cash store is advertising a special ten day sale of woolen blankets. Miss Fannie Corson Is able to be about again and expects to assume her duties at the telephone exchange again In a couple of weeks. The Woman's Home Missionary so ciety of the M. E. Church Soulh will meet with Mrs. T. R. Dines this after noon at J2:30. Read the Mercantile company ad. 1"H I 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H'i 1111 1 GOODWIN Opera House THE BIG FUN SHOW Uncle Josh Perkins AN EVERLASTING SUCCESS. SINGERS, DANCERS AND COMEDIANS. SEE UNCLE JOSH AT THE COUNTY FAIR. t Watch for the Big Pa f rade of the I Hayseed Band J j; Tuesday, Dec. 1st, ;; i -:. H t"M"t 'tMlH'fr'M""K"t"; 'B"H i I'T ! 1 1 n in n I I I h it AMUSEMENTS IMPORTANT EVENT. The Arizona School of Music has arranged an evening of great import ance to musicians, students and all who love good music, in the nature of a Lecture-Piano Recital, to be given by William Piutti, a masterful pian ist, on the coming Thursday evening. Mr. Piutti is a visitor in the city for a few days only, being en route to Mexico, and this will be the only opportunity for Phoenix to hear this artist. Mr. Piutti is a native of Wei mar, and was a close associate there of Rosenthal, Sauer and Relsenauer at the Franz Liszt receptions and music-ales. He was a pupil at the Stuttgart and Frankfort conservato ries, being a pupil of the famous composer Raff, and also of Bargtel. As the time Is short to announce the recital, and that everyone mayhave the opportunity of listening to him, tickets have been placed at the low price of 50 cents, with a rate of 35 cents to young people under sixteen years of age. Tickets are on asle at the School of Music. No reserved seats. "The Clansman's" troop of trained cavalry horses will be an exciting fea ture of the play. The horses are ridden across the stage at full gallop in the third act by the armed and habited members of the Ku Klux Klan. Two of the animals were formerly the stars of the chariot race in "Ben Hur." LOS ANGELES EDITION Wm. J. Schaefle, the editor of The Globe at Los Angeles, Is spending a few days In Phoenix and is registered at the Ford hotel. Mr. Schaefle will return to his home city the latter part of this week. FEEL FINE IN FIVE MINUTES If You Had Diapepsin Indiges tion Would Go Why Not Begin Today to Rid Yourself of Dread Misery From Stomach Trouble Forever. The ciuestion as to how long you are going to continue a sufferer from Indigettton and Stomach trouble is merely a matter of how soon you be gin taking Diapepsin. If your stomach is lacking in di gestive power, why not help the stomach to do its work, not with drastic drugs, but a re-enforcement of digestive agents, such as are nat urally at work in the stomach. People with weak stomachs should eat Diapepsin after meals, and there will be no more Indigestion, no feel- Ing like a lump of lead In the stom ach, no heartburn, sour risings, gas on stomach or belching of undigested food, headaches, dizziness or vomiting, and, besides, what you eat will not ferment and poison your breath with nauseous odors. All these symptoms resulting from a sour stomach and dyspepsia are generally relieved five minutes after eating one Triangule of Diapepsin. Go to your druggist and get a 50 cent case of Pape's Diapepsin now. and you will always go to the table with a hearty appetite, and what you eat will taste good, because your stomach and intesttines will he clean and fresh, and you will know there are not going to be any more bad nights and miserable days for you. They freshen you and make you feel like life Is worth living. NOTICE "FOR BIDS. Sealed proposals and bids will be re ceived at the office of the Board of Trustees of School District No. 1, in the Grammar School Building, In Fres cott, Arizona, until 2 o'clock p. m., of the 28th day of November, 1908, for the construction of a public school building in West Prescott, without plumbing and heating, also separate proposals for plumbing and heating the said building; all in accordance with plans and specifications, copies of which may be obtained at the offloe of the Board of Trustees above men tioned. Each bid must be accompanied by a Certified check for 6 per cent of the amount of the bid. The Board of Trustees reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Dated Prescott, Arizona , Oct. 30, 1908. M. B. HAZELTON, H. D. ROSS. i A. W. ROBINSON. Board of Trustees. NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING ' All stockholders of the Arizona Gold and Copper Hill Mining company are hereby notified that there will be a meeting of Stockholders of said com pany held at Its office. 15 East Adams street. In the City of Phoenix, Arizona, on the 14th dav of December, 1908, at 10 o'clock, a.m., for the purpose o electing officers of said company. The stock books of the company will be closed on the 4th day of December, 1908. By order of the Board of Directors. (Signed) C. E. HOLLAND, Secretary. Dated Nor. 17, 1908. Brown and white Leg horns, Barred Plymouth Rocks, R. L Red and lack Minorca eggs for setting after Sept. IS 11.50 for 15. C. W. ALEXANDER, Calla Dale Poultry Farm, TEMPE. ARIZ. When the evenings are aeer And you boys begin to Mil Take her Donofrlo's eaetu sandy And yeuVs) sure te be It all. a. jw- 4 I II I HI I r 1 I II r I I I It I I 1 I I Mesa Department W. H. HOGLE, Manager IllttlMtMinilllllll - PICTURES OF BUNYAN . ACCOMPANYING LECTURE Rev. Mr. Hall Will Talk on The Pil grim's Progress. Rev. A. L. Haley, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church will deliver a stereoptlcon lecture at the church next Sunday night, the subject will be the life of John Bunyon and his fa mous book. The Pilgrim Progress. The slides to be used In illustrating this in teresting work were made several years ago by Rev. Mr. Hawley, assisted by Dr. . Kellogg of Deleware, and as the latter now wishes to use them In the east, the lecture will be given on Sun day night for the benefit of all those who desire to attend and particularly the children are requested to come, it will take two evenings for the lecture and accompanying pictures to be given. This !s a most interesting subject and as Rev. Mr. Hawley Is a splendid talk er, the lecture Is sure to prove in structive and entertaining. ; A RURAL COMEDY Those who have had the pleasure of having see Uncle Josh Perkins in the many humorous situations in which he appears at different times throughout tho play, say that the scenes are full of mirth producing climaxes from the rise of the curtain until it falls at the end of the last scene. The depiction of New England farm life Is true. The company has twenty-five members and a full orchestra. Do not fail to see Uncle Josh Perkins tomorrow evening at the Vance Auditorium. Tickets on sale at Babbitt's. Prices 50 and 75c. ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST There will be a meeting of the cham ber of commerce this evening in its rooms and a full attendance of the members is asked. Henry Petterson is having a room bcllt on the rear of his house on Main street which he recently moved into. Carpenters began work yesterday morning and are already making good headway. Miss Clare Griffin will act as a re leif at the local telephone switchboard, while Miss Glee Popjoy, the operator, is taking a vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Granger returned yesterday from an extended visit to the Pacific Coast. Mrs. Granger left Mesa the first part of September to visit with relatives and friends in San Fran cisco and Los Angeles, being Joined in the latter city by Mr. Granger several weeks ago. D. C. Babbitt was a passenger to Tempe yesterday morning. Vincent Jones rvent the Sabbath in the Capitol City. - J. G. Peterson was a visitor In Phoe nix over Sunday. A. C. McOucen returned home the latter part of last week from Bay City, Michigan, where Mrs. McQueen re mained as guest of relatives and friends. She has been quite 111 .sinre she went north, but is now much im proved. Mr. McQueen also visited De troit enroute home. He left for Pres cott yesterday morning. Geo. S. Irwin and G. L. Young were visitors in the Capital City yesterday. James W. McMurray and Pres. Relr ges Clawson. were taken for an auto mobile s;iin to Granite Reef yesterday morning as the guests of Frank Pom roy. MEETING OF RELIEF SOCIETY A meeting of the relief society of the Church of Latter Day Saints will be held in the Tabernacle Thursday morn ing, the session convening at 10 o'clock. Apostle James W. McMurray and Pres. Rudger Clawson of Salt Lake City who were In attendance at the recent quart erly conference will remain over to be present at this session. MESA LOOKS GOOD TO HIM D. Parsons, who came to Mesa from Everett, Washington, last summer and after a short sojourn here returned to his northern home, writes Mr. Cornett that he need not be suprised to see him in Msa almost any time, stating that It has been cold and rainy con tinuously since his arrival there. I : NEWS FOR DYSPEPTICS Some Condensed Items From All Over America, That Show That Dys pepsia Can Be Easily Cured. Whiteland, Ind. "I was a chronic sufferer from dys pepsia for years; tried several doctors without relief. Began using Mi-o-na tablets, and after several weeks' treatment I found thorough relief, and am able now to eat anything. I recommended Mi-o-na to anyone af flicted with, stomach trouble." Mrs. D. A. Brewer. Buffalo, N. Y. "Allow me to congratulate you on your discovery of Mi-o-na. I had several of the best doctors in the city, but none seemed to do me any good. 1 vomited frequently. I had this trouble four years. I took one box of, Ml-o-na tablets, and now eat most anything without distress." Mrs. Mary Becker, 1990 Baily Ave. Bridgeton, N. J. y "1 would be dead if It wasn't for Mi-o-na. One year ago I weighed only 100 pounds; now my weight is 159 pounds. I eat everything I want cabbage, ham, fried potatoes every thing doctor said not to eat or I would die." Mrs. Carrie Vanaman. Mountain Island, N. C "I suffered with stomach trouble for 15 years; spent $300 for medicines. Everything failed .to do any good un til I found Mi-o-na. That has cured me, and it will cure others that suf fer." L. R. NonkeL Larson Drug Co. sells Ml-o-na tab lets, the dyspepsia remedy that is making . such surprising cures throughout America for 50 cents a box, and they guarantee them to cure acute and chronic indigestion, vomit ing from any cause, and sea or car pickness. 11 11 I II U I 1 1 I 1 1 1 I I I I 1 I 1 I U 1 lHMnMIIII - lllltMtlttllllrtHlllllllllllinilr CHARACTER DRESS BALL FRIDAY DECEMBER 11 An Entertainment To Be Given By the M. I. A. The members of the Mutual Improve ment association of the Church of Lat ter t)a: Saints, are arranging for an entertainment of unusual interest, a character Dress Ball. The dancers are to come attired in the dress character istic of a certain period in history or in the styles of a particular country or person. The Mesa orchestra will provide the music. This organization which has been recently formed Is doing highly creditable work, and its renditions are thoroughly enjoyed by dancers here. This event will take place on Friday evening, December 11th, at the Mesa opera house. First, second and third prizes will be given to those whose cos tumes best typify the character or pe riod which the wearer wishes to por tray. IMPORTANT COUNCIL MEETING TONIGHT The members of the city council will hold their resular monthly meeting this evening and among other business which will occupy their attention will be the further consideration of the plans submitted by the different en gineers on the water works system. All those interested in the matter are re quested to attend. MRS. WOODS DOING WELL Mrs. Chas. Woods who underwent a critical operation for an abscess, is re ported to be doing as nicely as could be expected. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollar Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. We. the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be lieve him perfectly honorable In all busi ness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by bis firm. WALDINO. RINNAN MARVIN. Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Testimo nials sent free. Trice 75c per bottle. Sold by ell Druggists Take Hall's Family Fills for constipa tion. Mealey photograph. South 2nd St. UK Ml 11 I I 1 11 111 !! 1 1 1 1 I Mil 1 t 1 I'M HI t 1 1 I I 1 I 11 1 1 11 t r f lVT a frieny contest for a social or business 4 nrl71 1C cptt1r1 in fo-vtir rtf ilit win wl-ir, iit-5-c the right kind of clothes. HART SCHAFFNER & MARX T make that kind of clothes; I Schaffner & Marx clothes This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes I THE TOGGERY 1 1HH 1 1 1 H 111 M 1 II I 11 M 1 : j II II 1 Hl 1 H 1 Mr 111 1 ! 1 1 1 GOLDEN RULE STABLES. Horses Bought and Sold. . New equipment throughout. jf wishing to go to Roosevelt, and I lie will be found in front of place M 11 1 M M 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 M THE ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. will take you through to Roosevelt from Mesa In ten hours. One ef the most scenic stage routes in America. Five relays. Phone us for information. Fare, 16.00. MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. Candy, Candy, Candy, GO TO SMITH AND BELL FOR YOUR CANDIES, COOKIES AND EVERYTHING GOOD. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. HO L Li DA Y GiFTS THE LATEST CONCEPTION OF ART AND USEFULNESS AT M. P. HOLLADAY'S Silver and Chinaware Free Trade $25.00 with us and get $2.50 worth of Silverware free, or Trade $25.00 and secure a 7-piece Dinner Set, free, or Trade $25.00, pay $2.00 and get a 42-piece Dinner Set. The Silverware is the best quadruple plates and the Chinaware of a good grade, beautifully decorated in a decalcomanlan pattern. THE LESUEUR MESA I 111 II II I 1 I I I I 1 I t IH ! II II 1 Utz and Dunn's Fine Shoes FOR LADIES. We have Just received another consignment of this firm's fashiona ble Footwear for ladies. This lot Includes all of the latest new de- A. Hunsakers 4MMMM II II 1 1 11 M 1 li 1 1 I I 1 I I I 1 1 M I I 1 1 I I I 1 I H I M A GOOD BUSINESS PROPOSITION. MESA LAUNDRY for sale. Including entire plant, buildings, machinery and ONE ACRE OF LAND, with estab lished business, paying from 175 to 1200 per month. For a few days can be had for SI 000 Iess tha, cost. Write us at once or call us up, and let us put you next. Money to loan plenty of it. Don't forget the "Vineyard Place." Pomeroy-Guttiris Realty Co. Oldest Realty Company in Mesa. P. O. Box 247. Phone 81. Mesa, Arizona. MESA HOTEL. European plan. Large, clean, airy corns. Splendid dining room In con nection, under the direction of Mrs. A. W. Cornett L. V. GUTHRIE. Proprietor. JEWELRY. We have Just received a consign ment of Watches; besides all kinds handled. Particular attention paid to repairing. MESA JEWELRY STORE Free Press Building. Alhambra Hotel Finest o rooms. Stage leaves dally for Roosevelt and Globe. r Vance Auditorium WEDNESDAY, DEC. 2ND. H 'WIH till 1 1111 1 1 HI 111 V Largest Assortment ' ' of Postal Cards In the city l GRO VER'S 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 1 I I I i I 1 11 I I I I ! and we sell them. Hart are all wool and all rieht. j. Ml 1 1 11 HH' HI Ml 111 IH1 1H 4 I'll 1 111 1 I 1 1 II 1 I I lit"! 11 11 1 1 1 Special attention given to parties X a horse at the disposal of the pub- T of business each day. LORAN DANA, Proprietor. I M I MM H M 1 111 M 1 1 1 H 1 1 - GIBBONS CO. ARIZONA. 11 I I H 1 1 II 11 I ! I 1 1 1 H' It 1 1 j, i HH 1M 111 HI 111 1 1 II Hr rr