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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 191.
PAGE TEN BP" at ft. it,-- i3E i-ei Tas Horne-Tade Cough Syrup Wilt Surprise You v(.;h Kvea N hoo-.ia'" Congb tul'kly. ." I'aii.iiv Supply t !-infcll (.t'.f. , ; - ;oir.c-in:n' remedy that t. Kes I "1,1 el" .: -'i!L,!! in-iAiitly, and will ii-ualiv ctae the. )i't s-tuhborn cae in ''t 1-i.ur-'. This rrrliM- ::iaics J pint i r.t.u-.'ii lor a whuc: i.t;..i!y. You couldn't i-.1V as Uracil ei a ;ooci ir.un-iuduc Miv :e pita of frruiiul.u.pil si: par with 1 v. ;i : in v. ;.ur. and si ir S .u-s f I'incx ( lifty niir. bottle, ami add j l.M keeps KTlVctly ?..st, -children like ;:;. a ii .1 i s li;.;i!tly ibe i!if;oul value SOUTH SIDE NEWS 1, lilt Ii.'UUtt s. t-i ills" v. oi i!. n nti lias a i;. I-t : :n t-s i: j I i.c f; i 1 ii'.MitJVi-, . Lidi I.lIu "i i.u i.i.!.:i.: " Km TEMPE t in-- 1U The ;.st 'a):" '!! 7 :,i 'ail IiiMrvhitii -re lungs, Pincx is i e- .impound ri . ri-.-h ill all tiio matiirai la-aimsr tnui .Ml - . A. r iiv rarai ions win ncc : .!asaL lr vo is notliii.L; 1 s i.buMe conet-i; IV V.llite 1M'"' al-d c : ' be; tor. ale! i tills ivl Pi'i learnt rc-;:H- ir-nn il.: i v'.v have p-acto t !Fii"is , of k. i'l the Cl:i which explains imitated often. 1 ( i:i.la. '.on Hi v. .ar.iv f.f ai.eniii' . .mi.i!v refund- '..:.. .Ir,,,...rt il ic, 'r.rxnen-'.- r it in ,m1 :"-tatf3 vhv the .ut never Horace B. Griffen, agent for Tempe will eare for news, sub scriptions and advertising in the Tempe department. Office with A. Nielson & Co. TAX RATE FOR YEAR ON TflflPE PROPERTY FIXED finn'f en tbrmifli life sufferine from C- tarrl.. Here's msua'it. uleaNnt relltf. Kontiou's theoriciimi &ntl 'ntilu Catarrhal Jellv. rtniuceii ' the thlcLeiitd ticmbranen, stopa arniormal d.f- charirfs. clenrs tl:e nasal :issatres. poothrs IIh Inrlaraed Bnrteccs and heals the raw plat-'1. iiakei" natuntl brratliins luty. Uft It from any i dnn,-ir!6t-aDcancl 60c or itauiple t Kr.t. KONOON MFC. CO.. Minneapolis, Minn. K'u,l toads anJ then got busy and ear-' ry .nit tlio work. It will be found much' easier than it looks; and the lecturer tomorrow nitfht will givo information that everyone should hear, lit' on hand at 7:30. !!!. Ik V II W TI31 a a V ZJJJT tM.'l i 4 llllirfj At Fifteen Mills More Street Lights Ordered Installed at Adjourned Meeting of Tempe Cojncil. . satisfaoii n, or . ci'v-i with this -; Pinex. or will . ud to 'iLe T'ne tax lor the c mills, an I he lew in audition rate mi ii 1 1 Temive juri.pe! 1 imin year wili be l'ifte n increase of . one mill over 'made lor the year 1H12. the lax rate the bids Tuesday and Wednesday for tlrei construction of a new office buildinrf on his lot south of the Mesa operf house. He has several bids in hand, and will probably let the contract to day. Mr. Dougherty already has com fortable offices in the old building ori the premises; the new building will also be devoted to offices, and will addi much to the improvement of that parti of the street The Valley FlourMill ofPhoenix will give prizes for beet bread and cake baked with Blue Ribbon and Daisy flour, exhibits to be judged at Woman's club, Saturday evening at 6:30. Ad vertisement, bm SPORTING Woman's club bread and cake bak ing contest. Judging Saturday evening at club rooms. Advertisement. bm o the t e-i as customary run o of -motion pieture a special show ; to lixin California Restaurant 'ihe I'st f s.-rviee. .Good things to ,-at. ipeii (lay and night. We serve .ti'.p su.y and n.. i dles after S p. m. 35 North First Avenue Good Land Near Mesa We exchange big values for vour gold. Prices from" sG5.00 to fiiOO.00. Easiest terms. WILBUR REALTY CO. INC. Mesa, Arizona council -a.t the meeting evening oruii. ed new str a lira 2 to be puivhased the streets. Con.sid.-rable time has by the ommittee in ma! iiKite nil the amount of after discussing the 1 ' eveia! meetings, some ithers ,i ii jo-n neii. tlu- e uld Tuesday -et lights and for use upon lour thousand will be given the I loodw in oj era house toni-fit in pl.u e of nh" weekly skate. Three actors passing under the title of "The Lion Tamers," will present the vaudeville features. b a eil .'11 'levy M-ellt no ning i nianv ( i a v v matter. For the pasl lien. 14 mills, able street v year a raise . sary to d" th" ejrrins added crii dance witn I lie ia (lavs' nublii.ition of ositnui at s;;eeial and ilineil Tues- tle- ilisiiosed eav- tut t.ix rate ii.i. As th-re is i-opsitiei -.rk 10 Vie done this f one mill was neres extra work w it It. ml in indebtedness. In ac- i.i w afiei- twenty the notice lie TRiP TO CAVE CREEK. William (roodwin returned late Tuesday evening from a hud ied busi ness trip to ltve I'reek, where he vent in the interests or some iniiiiii ! roju-rty Imated in that vicinity. o Here is a remedy that will cur iiir cold. Why waste time and money experimenting when you can get a preparation that has won a world wide retaliation bv its cures of J this disease and can always be iK--iptnded upon'.' It is known evi-ry-; where as c'iin mbei Iain's Cough IN-m-i ciiy, and is :. medicine of real merit j For sale by all druggists. COUNCIL HOLDS MEETING. Tuesday afternoon, the town council failed to get a ouorum, owing to the fact that some of the city fathers were called to Phoenix to serve as jurors; hence the session was held that night. The regular monthly bills were al- owed; the reports of officials :m.l com mittees received and acted upon, and some new nusiness suggested that will be taken tin at a later meetinu- 'I'l... ! sidewalk question was also dually set j tied by the letting of a, contract to. Steele Woods of Phoenix for llm construction of a sidewalk along thi south side of First street from Robson to Macdonal, street, and along tin east side of Macdonald street, in front of the town liall property and to Main street: thence along the norlh side of Main east to connect with the walk in front of the llennett drug store This is a project that .los. Montgomery has been urging for the past two years and he is happy at the successful outcome of hsi labors. FALSE ALARM. A heavy volume of black smoke ap peared in the sales room of the HoH land Bakery on South Macdonald street yesterday, and Mr. Holland jumped to! the conclusion that the building wai-S on fire. He began a hasty examination but failed to find anything, burning. Further investigation developed the fact that the smoke came from theJ bake oven furnace and had settled in the roof of the building. For a few! minutes there was considerable excite ment, as the bakery is joined by the Mesa commercial club rooms and next to that is the Connolly store. A fire in one building would have caused more or 1ss damage in several on that side, of the street. -o- taXes lor tin i oining yea"" payable to the city as.-t-ss r. The committee in charge h,r.ts has lie.-n instrn--te-i t w; b. We are showing some novel New Year's gifts. Everybody's Drug Store Mesa, Arizona tour more its. Their ihe corner avenue, out tie avenue, tie avenue lig ius itani tne .-; locations will be of Sixth street an.! .1 i I i i e j iiista'u j ty !im- one it t j Fore-st ! THE FIRST OFFENDER. J Tempe is so far say two stray j which were put em of existi nci I tenia y by the city market as I r .lit of tile resolution passed i last met ting of t h U rally ownei s of were s'lghtly hurt dog e yes a re at t city uncil X.i' the two canim it tile proceed!!!. Mrs. A. ;. Tabor of ('rider. Mo, had been troubled with sick head ache fur- about live years, when she began taking Chamberlain's Tablets. She has takn two bottles of them and they have eure-l her. Sick is caused by a disordered lor Which these tablets are fry them, get Sold by all dn o intended, fjtav we! headache stomach, especially well and r "- e: t 1-- $300 MULE. enjoys a creditable ex-llent ehiira.eter People come athwest for at Sixth street one at Seventh :'ml ore at the and Myr and Myr corm:' of but their m The marshal ,a.ni.aign on as :)n.-si''le. uriaiig was proposes t to a finish to no i carry just as end. the fast Srverith street and Maple avenue. As the weather forecast lor th roating month shows rain a good share of the time the council has concluded to purchase a drag for Us ui -on the siieets following the rainy When you want a reliable medicine ! fcr a cough or cold take hamber ' Iain's Cough Kemedy. It can always ) be depended upon and is pleasant ind safe to take. For sale by ali druggists. spells, f ssary under In to the the ii i re new .a:st it such v conditi has b. ork d -ns it reputat urn of its live from all parts of the purchase of Mes; for th stock. the S: coyvs, liorses and mules. Kach si'cceed ing year set s a better grade of animals grown an-ij the prices incioase accord ingly. Monday c.r this week Mr. David, Wallace sold a work mule to William Moore of Tempe for $:10m cash. Mr. Wallace is growing some very fine work animals and gets his own price when he sells them. LECTURE TODAY. A lecture will be given the pupils of the Mesa nigh school at 1:20 this af ternoon at the high school auditoriumi by Prof. H. A. E. Chandler, of the L'nU versity of Arizona. His subject will be "The Possibilities for the College, Man." At night he will deliver another lecture at the same place on "The High Cost of Diving." Mr. Chandler is a student of the times and has given much study to the subjects upon which be bases his lectures. At Phoenix he spoke regarding- the woman's move ment for a larger field of endeavor. He claimed that the schools were devoting too much of the time to educating young girls in Greek and Latin and too little to instilling into their minds the practical side of economic prob lems, especially inculcating the kl;i of tiie necessity and dignity of domestic: work. Xo doubt Prof. Chandler's lec tures will be of much benefit; they can Ik- at least if the pupils will need his advice -o- COLDS in en 'lie. but may be Business Opportunities i JIN TEMPE, Write to W. J. ARIZONA KINGS3URY M. Ellingson & Sons Dealers in Hay and Grain, Seed Grain, Seed Oats, Eeed Oats, Rolled Barley, Alfalfa Seed, Grain Rags, etc TEMPE You Should Call and see the Racycle, the best wheel made. I carry a large line of Racycles, Bicycles and Bicycle Supplies. Repairing quickly done. accompii-Tied at tile pinper nine ami with comparatively little expense. The report of the sewer committee -.as received at the meeting Tuesd.ty exening and is evid-ree of givd prog ress. Owing to. the fibct that the c-em'tnittee is still working with con tractors and architects on the propo sition, no -definite action lias a yet been taken. o- We wish to express our sincerest thanks to our many friends who so kindly helped us during our recent be- reavement in the loss of our beloved j son and brother. Mr. ami Mrs. D. A. i ELECTION OF OFFICERS. The Obnnial election of officer of the Daniel Webster D-baling Club tile Ttmpe High School was held Tuesdav evening at the regular v t-ek- j 1 meeting. Ke-eleeted offic ers ai J j Boy Bicieu.-ds, president: Floyd Fih, and Lawrence Longian i 'tln-r members elected positions in tin e.lub Turner, s'-rgea nt -at - Austin as trcas- eP-ction a de question being. re One sig- mt, ice-presid-: a secretary. M executive were: Jesse arms," and Lawrence in t r. Following t he bet- . as lie Id, the Murchison and family. - -Advertisement, j It i I PUs.dve.l. j ; ho uld ow n of 1'ie f-tate. ported by H. and lile tie; Alever and That the government :ml control the raihoad.; The quest ion u a sup Meyer and Jesse Turner. ;ative was tiiKen by C. Lawrence D'niglan, the -o- II G r swo d THE BICYCLE MAN 25-27 Eaat Adam THE RACYCLE STORE TOM & SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Regular Meals, 35 Gents. Short Orders All Night. 26 North Center St., Phoenix. U. OF A. PROF. IN TEMPE. Professor Chamber, teach of eco nomics in the State Fnivei sily of Arizona, loe-ated at Tucson, was a visit-ir in Tempe yesterday Some time was spent at the normal a.s a guest of various faculty memners at that institution. o- If your children are subject to at tacks of croup, watch for the first symptom, hoarseness. Give Cham berlain's Cough Remedy as soon as the child becomes hoarse and the at tack may be warded off. For sale by all druggists. latter team the judges. ree-'.-iving liie d on .f CAUSE HEADACHE AND GRIP LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine moves the cause. There is r.nlv "BROMO QUININE." Look for nature of E. W. GROVE. 25c. I" Advertisement) O EXPERT MACHINIST. Win. N. Beyerle, of Pasadena, Cali fornia, is row a resident and home steader of the Mesa country. He has Iso purchased a town lot and will proceed to build. Mr. Beyerle is an expert machir worker anc had a splendid plant at Pasadena. H is now planning, if the proper arrangements tan Vie made, to locate a mchine shop in Mesa. If he succeeds he- will install plant that will enable him to do any- class of work reouired in the vallev. He has had !-rg experience an.l has been uniformly successful in all his enterprises. He is an old time friend of Mr. I,. W. Drews, who is anxious to have the business established in Mesa. o BUSINESS VISITOR IN PHOENIX.i Dr. F. G. Wiiide. teacher of at the normal, was a oasinr-ss visitor in the Capital City yesterday aftcl-TiiUlll. i Tom's French Kitchen The best the market affords. 11 West Washington St. SPECIAL SHOW Two vaudeville acts. TONIGHT. in addition Persons troubled with partial pa ralysis are often very much benefit ed by massaging the affected parts thoroughly when applying Chamber lain's Liniment. t This liniment also relieves rheumatic pains. For sale by all druggists. o K. OF P. INSTALL OFFICERS. Officers to serve during the com ing term were installed at. the weekly meeting of the Knights of Pythias lodge of this place Tuesday evening InsUi Hat ion ceremonies were con ducted by F. H. Simmons, deputy grand masttj:', assisted by J. H. Cuui mings. acting giade prelate. Officers t.:. . ui i" J to serve during the ensuing term are as follows: G. M. Fri.zeil, chan cellor commander; Henry Sandoz. vice-chancellor; T. Dickinson, prelate. D. G. Buck, master of work; A. B Clwk, keeper of records and seals; iZ. P. Carr, .master of finance: J B. Muilen, master of exchequer; J. B Blak'.ev. inner gun.rd; J. W. Mc-Clain. outer guard. to -o- MESA PLASTER AND CEMENT WORK. Plastering, Foundations, Walks, all Kinds. Try me out. Call me up for an estimate. V. C. POTTEIGER Phone O.. 8123. 1319 Woodland I WARD OFF SERIOUS LLNESS Conboy Drug Company Everything in Drugs Corner Adams and First Streets Mr. Gibbons at Everybody's Drug store will care for subscriptions, advertising, and l ews of the Mesa department. Phone 291 and 22 R. GOOD R0A06 LECTURE FOR TOMORROW NIGHT Lecture Will be Illustrated and thej Meeting Held at the City Hall. Free to AH. VISITING DAUGHTER. Mrs. Frank A. Cluff is thes week en joying a visit front her father, S. J. Simms. of Thatcher, Arizona. Mr. Sinims is a business man of his home town, now engage in instal'ing a wa ter system at Thatcher. He took ad vantage of a visit to the capital for the purchase of material to spend a few clays with his daughter and family. How title may be secured. Every stockman whose he'ds run on the public range is becoming more and more interested in the necessity of ac quiring title to sufficient land for pas turage for his stock. One entry under the homestead and desert land laws exhausts a settler's rights. It is also frequently the case that the owner is unable to make his residence at the headquarters ranch long enenigh to prove up tinner the ag ricultural land laws. The use of scrip satisfactorily solves this problem as in due time after fil ing title is acquired without Ihe neces sity of residence or cultivation. For largr acreages of grazing land in Arizona, a low cost scrip called Navajo Base will soon be available, and this base will Ik on the market at about j $3.00 per a.-re. For application to land already improved or susceptible of ir rigation or of considerable value for any reason, seddiers rights and forest reserve scrip are necessary to acquire title. Discrimination should be exer cised in tiie purchase of scrip for the reason that irresponsible brokers some times make sale of invalid assignments particularly in the case oi soldiers rights. The firm of M. E. f.everich - Com pany, with offices at 134 North First Avenue, Phoenix, deal in land scrip for all classes ejf surveyed and unsurveyf-d lands. The members of the firm are i M. E. Leverich, John H. Page and A. W. Lautz. each of whom gives atten tion to some specialty pertaining to public land matters. The firm is thus well eejuirped to assist stockmen in the problems which confront them. Their full responsibility in connection with any contracts they may undertake in the sale of scrip or in any cither di rection can be readily determined. All visitors who may be interested are in vited to calL Advertisement. It o DIRESTORS MEET. A meeting of the board of directors of th Carney Mining company was to have been held yesterday, but owing to the absence of some of the members, it was necessary to adjourn the session until Monday, the 20th. ARRIVED SAFELY. Word received in Mesa this week was to the e feet that the body of Roswell R. Dana, who recently died here, ar rived at its destination in Wyoming, in excellent condition. The embalming was done by W. A. Burton, the Mesa undertaker, and he is very mucin pleased 'that his work received so much! credit from the relatives. RECEIVING BIDS. Attorney M. J. Donpgherty received: says the Little Doctor. '"The Little Doctor" Mac Laren's Mustard Cerate rubbed in well night and morning will relieve a cold in no time and ston the bad results that it is hkelv to leave you with. ! ""ill be given at the city hall tomorrow- Colds promote Lumbago, weak back, headaches. Rheumatism, Pleurisy and An illustrated lecture on good roads neuralgia and should be checked at an early stage. Mac Laren's Mustard Cerate will relieve Lumbago, Sore Throat, Congested Lungs, Lame Back, Stiffness of Joints, Sore Muscles, Headaches, Cold in Head and Neu ralgia in no time. All that is neces sary is to rub in well as many times a day as possible. Mac Laren's Mustard Cerate will NEVER BLIS TER irritate or harm the skin. Sold at Boehmer's Drug Store and all good druggists. 25c and 50c the jar FREE PROOF SAMPLE sent post raid on requot-st. Mac Laren Drug Co., Cleveland, Ohio or Los Angeles, Cal. Advertisement. (Friday) night, under the auspices of the Mesa commercial club. The lec ture will be free to everybody, and it is hoped that there will be a good, turnout. No other part of the valley should have more interest in the es tablishment of good roads and every particle of information possible to ob tain as to the best and most economi cal method of securing good roads should be looked after. Good roads; means a saving to the farmer who has! products to sell and to the business', man who purchases farm products. The making of suitable highways is not si dificult one in a level country such as Mesa is fortunate enough to possess. It only requires that the people get together, decide that they must have) LIFE'S STRUGGLE WITH ILLNESS Mrs. Stewart Tells How She Suffered from 16to45 years old How Finally Cured. Euphcmia, Ohio. " Because of total ignorance of how to care for myself when verging into womanhood, and from taking cold when going to school, I suf fered from a displacement, and each month I had severe pains and nausea which always meant a lay-off from work for two to four days from the time I was 16 years old. "I went to Kansas to live with my sis ter and while there a doctor told rme of the Pinkham remedies but I did not use them then as my faith in patent medi cines was limited. After my sister died I came home to Ohio to live and that has been my home for the last 18 years. "The Change of Life came when I wa3 47 years old and about this time I saw my physical condition plainly described in one of your advertisements. Then I began using Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound and I cannot tell you or any one the relief it gave me in the first three months. It put me right where I need not lay off every month and during the last 18 years I have not paid out two dollars to a doctor,and have been blest with excellent health forawo woman of my age and I can thank Lydia E. Pinkham 'sVege table Compound for it. "Since the Change of Life is over I have been a maternity nurse and being wholly self-supporting I cannot over estimate the value of good health. I have now earned a comfortable little home just by sewing and nursing since I was 52 years old. I have recommended the Compound to many with good re sults, as it is excellent to take before and after childbirth." Miss Evelyn Adelia Stewart, Euphemia, Ohio. If you want special advice wite to T.ydia . Pinkham Medicine Co. (confi dential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woui&u aud held ia strict coufldeuee. NEWS IN BRIEF. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rowlands, recent arrivals from Washington,- have locat ed on the Ed .v. Pattee ranch, south east of tow n. Mrs. Harvey J. Harper, who has been ill for a long time past, was able to lie in town from the Lehi home this week. This was her first shopping trip to Mesa for several months. John Crosby an,l family are enter taining Mr. Crosby's brother, George II. Crosby of Safford, Arizona. Tlre brother expects to remain in Mesa during the winter months. Wrod comes from Lehi that Mr. Jas. Johnson is quite ill from an attack of grip. He was confined to his bed yesterday. A character ball will be given at the Mesa opera house Friday night, under the auspices of the Elders' Quorum of the Latter Day church. Dr. M. W. Drack, who has been on the sick list for some time past, i sable to attend to business again, although is rot as fleshy as he was. He went to Phoenix this week to present final proof before the register and receiver of the land office, as to his homestead filing. Landlord Hackney reports a slight falling off of travel as a result appar ently of the unusual cold weather of the past week. There are a number of strangers at the Alhambra, however, and the trains seldom fail to bring a dozen or more. The cold weather in the mountains has driven several of the highland resi dents to the valley. Jas. Gardner,- of Payson, is one who came down to re main in Mesa until the weather mod erates. Earl Clemans. Edw. Bloomer and other stock men have been attending the meetings of the National Live Stock association held in Phoenix. J. E. Crockett, a young man of twenty, is quite ill with pneumonia. The sick man came overland with his parents from eVrde Valley and caught cold on the trip, pneumonia develop ing. The mother of Mrs. J. C. Ents is here from Chillocoth, Ills., to visit her daughter. H. A. Smith proved to be the cham pion marksman at the Shumway shoot ing gallery', and now has roast turkey to show for his prowess. o NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. 015G01. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office at Phoenix, Ari zona. December 17th. 191i. NOTICE is hereby givei that Mary I. Giles, of Glendale, Arizona, who. "on September 2Cth, 1911, made Hom-estead entry. No. 015601, for Lots 1 and 2, Si NE, Sec. 4, Township 3 N., Range 2 E., G. & S. R. Meri dian, has filed notice of Intention to make a three year Proof, to estab lish claim to the land above des cribe!, before the Register and Re ceiver, U. S. Land Office, Phoenix Arizona, on the 23rd day of January, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: N. S. Miller, Chas. A. Canom, Ar thure K. Monroe. James Moylett. all of Glenelale, Arizona. FRANK H. PARKER, Register. o Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. GOODS Now is the time that gun. We arc them out at eost. ed prices 'art ridges to el UediH- niv using on shells and All must go. Davidson's CASH STORE McKee s Cash Store Successor See Woman's club committees for registration in Valley Flour Mills bread and cake baking contest. Advertise- ! o NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. 013426. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office at Phoenix, Ari zona. December 17th, 1912. NOTICE is hereby given that Clarence W. Freelove, of Miama, Ari zona, who, on February 23rd, 1911, made Homestead Entry No. 01342'j for SWV4. Sec. 3, Township 3 N., Range 2 E., G. & S. II. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Commutation Proof, to establish claim tc the land above described, before the Register and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona, on the 23rd day of January, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: Mary Ida Giles, N. S. Miller, Chas. Canom, James B. Elkln, nil of Glen dale, Arizona. FRANK II. PARKER, Register. o NOTiCE FOR PUBLICATION. 03866. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office at Pheienix, Ari zona. December 17th, 1912. NOTICE is hereby given that Ru dolph Johnson, of Peoria, Arizona, who, on September 23rd, 1907. made Homestead entry, No. 1028-03S66. for W i NW',4 Sec. 33 and NE '4 NEV4 Sec. 32, Township 3 N.. Range 1 E, G. & S. R.AMeridian, lias filed notice of intention' to make five year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Register and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, Arizona, at Phoenix, Arizona, on the 22nd. day of January, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: William A. Hood, Robert XV. Wag oner, Hosea Hunt, Rudolph P. Schae fcr. all of Peoria, Arizona. FRANK II. PARKER, Register. o NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of R. W. Sparks, deceased. Notice i.-i hereby given by the tinder signed administratrix of the estate of R. M. Sparks, deceased, to the credit ors ot and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said creditors at the office of Kibbey, Ben nett & Bennett, Phoenix, Ariz., the same being the place for tiie transac tion of the business of said estate, in said County of Maricopa. IONE DEFTY. Administratrix of the Estate of J. T. Sparks, deceased. Dated Phoenix, Ariz., this 11th day of Jany., A. D. 1913. First publication January 1.", 1913. o NOTICE TO ALL UTILITY CORPOR ATIONS OF STREET IMPROVEMENT. T.W.SCHOCK NURSERIES Fourth Avenue and Adams Str.-e.-t Phone Overland 793, Phoenix, Ariz. Xe have the largest, most com plete and best quality stock in the southwest, and can supply till your wants in deciduous, citrus, ornamental trees and shrubs, grape vines, berry plants, eucalyptus, in pots and flats, rose'bushes, etc-. GIVE US A TRIAL AND WE WILL RETAIN YOUR PATRONAGE Send for our handsome descriptive price catalog. THE GREYHOUND'S Time Table VIA TEMPE LEAVES PHOENIX 9:30 a. m. 4:00 p. 7:30 p. m. SPECIAL Every Sunday AND MESA LEAVES MESA 8:15 a. m. m. 12:30 p. m. 6:00 p. m. EXCURSION to Granite Re ;f Dam, round trip ...$2.00 iluits, or other properties belonging to and used by you in such a condition as not to interfere with or obstruct the improvement of said Avenue as aforesaid. By direction of the Common Coun cil of the City of Phoenix. FRANK THOMAS, City Recorder. First publication January 15, 1913. . o NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of K. Urasaki, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed administrator of the Estate of K. Urasaki. deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first pub lication of this notice to the said ad ministrator at 329 XV. Adams St., Phoe nix, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business or said estate in said County of Marico pa. A. II. McLELLAN, Administrator of the Estate of K. Ura saki, deceased. Dated this 23rd day of Dec. A. D. 1912. W. H. SLAUGHTER GLENDALE REAL ESTATE Farm Loans and Insurance Public notice is hereby given to all public utility corporations and any other person, firm, or corporation hold ing any franchise from the Common Council of the City of Phoenix, to oc cupy or use any portion of CENTRAL AVENUE from the Southerly line of Monroe Street to the corporate limits of said City, that said Common Coun cil has awarded a contract to pave said Avenue from the points aforesaid, and you are hereby required to place or replace, all wires, poles, pipes, cein- GLENDALE BARGAINS A. W. Bennett Real Estate Co. Glendale, Ariz. ' 40 acres all in alfalfa, fine stand free from Johnson or Bermuda ! grass, first class fence, small thouse, three miles from Glendale, price $110 per acre. Easy terms. 20 acre farm, three miles from Glendale, small house, is fenced, been in crops several years, B class water. Rich sandy soil, $85 per acre. Office end of Glendale car line. Automobile at your service. eAAtVtt. MESA LAND FOR SALE BY OWNERS 80 acres, half old alfalfa; balance ready to plant; east of Chandler; south of Gilbert; in a very nice neighborhood; for a quiet sale, $120 per acre. For For full particulars see Jesse F. Kelly, MESA, ARIZ. or E.J.Bennitt& Co., Phoenix Owners WANTED Fat cattle at the highest market prices. UNION MARKET E. LINSENMEYER 119 North First av. ) c . I 7. ; iv V A