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Til E ARIZONA PvEPUBLTCAX, FRIDAY MORXIXC, JUNE (,
PAGE NINE
:r.;:nin!lv cured
Lveuhai dt's
HEIV1-ROID
It ijuicUv removes t lie internal cause.
Bookie! from DR. LEOHHARDT CO., Buffalo, N. t.
BENNETT LUMBER
COMPANY
Everything in Lumber
GOOD LAND NEAR
MESA
AW exchange bi.i; values
for vciir u11. Prices
from' s TUX) 1o f00.00.
Easiest terms.
WILBUR REALTY CO.
INC.
Mesa, Arizona
AT GLEN DALE
SO acres, three miles from Glen
dale, good, new, five room house,
good well of water; 40 acres
cleared ar.d leveled ready for crop,
other 40 in brush at
$90.00 per acre
40 acres, three and a half miles
from Glendale. all in alfalfa, good
hog fence all around, new three
room house, fine well of water,
tank, tower and engine at
$175 per acre
Terms can be had on both of
these places.
A. VV. BENNETT REAL ESTATE
COMPANY
Glendale.
31. Ellingson & Sons
Dealers in Hay and Grain,
Seed Grain, Seed Oats,
Feed Oats, Rolled Barley,
Alfalfa Seed, Grain Bags,
etc.
TEMPE
Prescription work is a specialty
with us that places cur store A
c'as.
EVERYBODY'S DRUG STORE
Mesa, Arizona
YOU SHOULD
Call find see the Racyele, the best
wheel made. I carry a larKe line
of Raeycles, Pieycle.s and Bicycle
Supplies. Repairing quickly done.
nswo
THE BICYCLE MAN
25-27 East Adams
THE RACYCLE STORE
TOM & SING'S
AMERICAN KITCHEN
Regular Meals. P5 Cents.
Short Orders All Night.
26 North Center St., Phoenix
TOM'S FRENCH
KITCHEN
The best the market
affords.
11 "West "Washington St.
Conboy Drug Company
Everything in Drugs
Corner Adams and First
Streets
JOSEPH T. TROTTER
General Brokerage and CommlsaloH
Hay, Grain, Live Stock
Prompt and efficient attention
given to all commission
Overland Phone 1165
1S4 North First Ave., Phoenix.
have" any 1
DONE, SEE THAT THIS
COUNCIL
la on it, or that it ia dona by
on of tha firma below, who
are entitled to uaa it:
ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
ARIZONA DEMOCRAT
ARIZONA GAZETTE
ARIZONA STATE PRESS
MESA FREE PRESS
R. A. WATKINS
THE QUALITY PRESS
(Signed)
Label Committaa)
P I L- ELw 1 v" lD ;
Sold by Ctntral Itiil,' Store anil
ill r i: y ist s.
0
H WHEN YOU
SOUTH SIDE NEWS I
! TEMPE
Horace 11. Griffen, agent for
Tvinpe will care for news, sub-
seriptions and advertising in
the Tempe department. Office
I with A. Nielson & Co.
ALUMNI RECEPTION
10 GRADUATES OF 13
Large Crowd Enjoyed Affair Uniil
Early Hours cf Morning
Tile Alumni ass. . i 1 1 i .n uf the
Tempe Normal school last evening
tendered the .innual reception to tlie
graduating class of the year. About !
one bundled and fifty guests and j
members were present. Taking into j
consideration the scattered nu mber- .
ship, the organization of the associa
tion goes back as far :is l-'cj, the at
tendance was excellent and the af
fair proved to lie a most decid.-d suc
cess. ! The entertainment of the evening.
always prepared by the executive com
mittee, was out of the ordinary, and
a decided success. l)lie of the fea
tures was the projection of pictures
of the normal school, taken in the
mans- years that have passed. Some
of t h s.- pictures I. rought Pack many j
pleasant memories to many of those I
present. The scenes of the campus, j
taken at different periods since the!
organization of the school, showing I
the stages of the development of the;
school, were espeeiallv interesting. j
The history of the a -socia t i -n, with j
tile plans for its future, was told j
around the t ! resiailelit tables. under
the able toastm.isteisliip of Ralph J. j
Peek of Ch-nd-ile, plesidetu of the as-!
soeiatioii. Mr. peek welcomed the!
i iass of l ,i I :; into tile ranks of the,
alamni. ami in ivs; .oi;-v John Spikes. I
t r -:-iier.t ol tiie class thanked the!
asso-aation and a-sun-d them the
hearty support of the class of "13.
President A. J. .Matthews respond-
d to tile call of the toastmaster,
s.peaing Hi or. the subject of "PreS
int Pro.-j loots." Ir. B. P. -Moeiir, a
j member ni the riorm.il board of edu-
j cation i. .Id of t.'ie "Arizona Schools",
"Alumni and its ; roi. loins" was the !
i t- i ic touehe-1 upon by Miss Anna U.
I Stewart, a -o'aduate of tin- institu- j
lion ss ith the i lass of "IM. "Tiie j
1 ut iife of the Normal S. hoo!" was I
I responded to by Prof. .J. I.. 1-Vltoii, I
in charge of tie- Knglish department. '
i
Past out by no means least came 1 1 1 - !
discussion of 'has. C. W'oolf, i,n
"Alumni 'labs" throughout the state
of Arizona. "or several months this
matter has beeil up before members
..f the organization, the plan being to
form a dun in every town where
five or more graduates of the Tempe
Normal reside. Through this, close
j contaet with the parent association
in Tempi-, mas- be kept and thus the
Normal Alumni made to he one of
the strongest organizations of its
hind in tea- southwest. Mr. W'oolf
went into detail on the proposition
and laid sinii plans that with thej
I !"' )- Ml re tiie dubs will be formed
within another year.
The calls- hour of yesterday morn
ing were sp.-nt on the dance floor
where for an hour and a half. thoe !
inclined to remain and j.artake of
the enjoyable exercise Were enter
tained. "Everybody for a stronger asso
ciation, through the aid of the sub
organizations" was the motto left
svitli all sshen the l!il:i alumni re
feption to the seniors and faculty
broke up yesterday morning.
COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM
Forty-nine young people of Ari
zona, a majority of them students
at the Tempe normal for the past
five yen rs, will receive their diplo
mas entitling them to teach in the
public schools of Arizona and var-
"GETS-lt for Corns,
and Away They Go!
"GETS-IT," the New-Plan Corn Cure,
Gets Any Corn Surely, Quickly.
You'll say, "It does beat all how
quick "CKTS-IT" got rid of that corn.
Its almost magic!" "(HOTS-IT" gets
! very corn, every time, as sure as the
sun rises. It tak s about 2 seconds
to apply it. Col n pains stop, you for
get the corn, tin- corn shrivels up.
and it's gone! Ever try anything
like that? You never did. There's
no more fussing with plasters that
press on the corn, no more salves
that take off the surrounding flesh,
no more bandages. No more knives,
files or razors that make corns grosv,
and cause danger of blood poison.
CKTS-IT"
healthy or
ever- corn.
is equally harmless to
irritated flesh. It "gets"
wart, callus and bunion
you've got.
"CKTS-IT" is sold
at l!r cents a bottle,
eeipt of price by I"
it all druggists'
or sent on re
T.awrence &
Co., Chicago. Adevrtisement.
McBurrtejf's j
KIDNEY
AND
BLADDER
CURE
Bottle,
Cures
A certain nr.d thorough cure for pains In
the small ol the back, stone in the Diaaaer,
Briclit's Jisease, female troubles, incontin
ence of urine, brick dust dt-posit, bcd-wctting
of children, gravel, gall slonrs, tlnct.turDK'
frothy urine, dropsy, diabetes, rheumatism.
Thoufaud? endorse it Write fui testimon
ials. Price $i :C. All Druggists. V. K. Me
Huruey. Sole Mfr., l.os Anj?eleR
ions ether states of the Pnion, to
night at the school auditorium. The
program as arranged gives promise
of being one of the best in the his
tory of the commencement exercises
two honored guests being present.
Oiovernoi- ;. YV. p. Hunt, ss ho ssill
present the diplomas and In. J. I '.
M illspaugh. president of the state
normal at Los Angeles, Pal., who will
deliver the graduation address.
Awarding the Harvard and Mneur
medals will be another important
feature of the program. The former
medal is given by the Harvard dub
of Arizona to the member of tin;
(lass writing the best historical essay
upon some Arizona subject. The
other medal is given annually by Or
II. Ik Moeur, a member of the board,
of education of the school, to the
member of the class who during the
past two years made the highest
average in his or her .school ssor'
The program as arranged ssill be ;
follows, starting at eight-thirty this
evening in the normal auditorium:
t'lmrus, "Hay is Breaking"
rr. from Mozart
Valedii tory Miss Anna Blount
Ladies' ( 'horns, "The Bcils of
Shandon." Nevin
Address Ir. J. P. M illspaugh
Chorus. -The .March or Pro
gress," Meyelbe.-r
Presentation of Iuplomas
Hon. (a-,.. V. p. Hunt
Ladies' ( 'horns. "Chine.-.. 1'h.sver
l-'ete," Cadma n
Awarding of Mcials
President A. .1. .Matthi w s
o
B EST LAXATIVE FOR THE ACED
Md men and w omen feel the need
of a laxative more than young- folks,
but it mast be safe and harmless
and one which ssiil not cause pain.
I r. Kings .New Bile Pills are spec
ially good for the aged, f. r they act
promptly and ea.-ilv. Prn o J .".-. Re
commended !i' all drugnis! :. Adsir
t is. -merit .
GOOD QUALITY APRICOTS
At J. II. Heniies' r.iii'-li southwest
of Tempo, on the Westei n Canal. p
n
Vi ll RENT Model pome, dose in,
electric lights, gas and svaP-. See lly.
dor Bros., Tempe. Advertisement. p
o
CHANCE FOR COTTON GIN
Tl'.i.. Tempe Cotton dossers' asso
ciation. Charles V. Wa t erhouse
president, is receiving numerous of
fers relative to the installation ol'
ginning mills in this secton. but that
made yesterday by .1. B. Boftus.
manager of the ("handl.-r Improve-"
merit company located at ('handler
s.-eins to me.-t v.tli the more general
approval so far. Mr. Puftus ssill con
tract with the Tempi- association to
install a ten stand plant gin with
the oil expolhr and compress at
tached, a machine capable of hand
ling many times the acreage of the
Tempe growers. He ssill gin it, pay
ing all costs of transportation fror.
here to Chandler, where the mill :
to be located at $M per huh
Through this lie ssill credit them ssi
the difference betsveen the cost of
the gin and the selling price, in the
event that the association may care
to purchase the plant at the close of
the season. The Tempe growers are
now engaged in making a thorough
investigation of the offer, ami will
probably act within the next fess
days, as ninety days are required to
get the machinery from the manu
facturers in England here and in
stalled. CAMPING PARTY OFF
A camping party composed of Mr
and Mrs. Herbert Ballon, Misses Inns
and Banna Schmidt, Miss May Mo
Nulty, Frank Kmpey, John Ssvensen
o Tempe and C. Parkmintor of
Buckeye, left here early yesterday
morning bound on a week's outing
to Roosevelt antl vicinity. The trip
is being made in spring wagons, no
especially hurry being attached to
their return.
VISITING RELATIVES
Mrs. C. W. Kkerman and tsv.
children. Donald and Mildred. or
Fresno, California, arrived in -Tempe
Wednesday to spend a few days with
Mrs. Harry Walker here. Their jour
ney will be continued tonight in the
direction of Omaha where the lum
mer is to be passed with relatives.
o
WHEN THE TRELLIS FELL.
Once upon a. time, the Chinese story
rnns. a Chinese magistrate's subordin
ate had come home very late and had
had an unpleasant encounter with his
wife. ' To his superior he explained
next day that he was working in his
garden when the trellis fell over and
scratched him.
The magistrate. however, saw
through the fraud and exclaimed:
"Why deceive me, wretched man, I
know the origin of your sufferings. It
is your evil wife who has inflicted
those scars upon you. O, shameless
and incorrigible race of women. How
many are the sins that must be laid at
your doors. Bike vampires you come "
Here the magistrate looked up and
saw his own wife approaching with a
bromstick in her hand. "Go, my good
man," he said suddenly. "Hurry, My
trellis is about to fall, too!"
One
I
I MESA
i i
Mr. Gibbons at Everybody's Drug j
store will care for subscriptions, j
advertising, and news of the
Mesa department. Phone 291 and j
I 22 It. I
IMPORTANT COTTON
MEETING SATURDAY
The ilia-i li.rs of the Mesa Egyptian
(,'ottoii Exchange met yesterday
afternoon at tin- rooms of the Mesa
Commercial club and discussed sev
eral important subjects bearing on
the raising, handling and selling of
cotton. Tnei-e ale several different
ginning projects before the commit
tee, and much other matters of great
importance to the growers and it
ssas decided to call a meeting of all
the cotton planters of the Mesa sec
tion to m.et at the city hall in Mesa
Saturday, June 7th.
There has been some differences
between the planters as to the kind
of an organization they wanted to
belong to, and much has been said
on the tn-ei corners for and against
each and every clause of the by-laws
oi the organization, but the fact re
mains that praetically all the plan
ters want, an organization. Eseis one
realizes the futility of the crop being
handled individually, and now is the
time for the planters to get together
and say, each and es.-ry one. just
what he wants and see if the diff.-r-
nce.s cannot be removed and a com
pact organization affected. There will
be a gin put up in .Mesa; regaidless
ol. who bin id.s it or runs it. But the
ginning is only on.- ,,f tin- many pro
blems thai the planter ssill have to
settle. There ss 1 1 1 be about one thou
sand extra pickers laeij.,1 in the val
ley, these laborers cannot be brought
here by individual efforts. I; is l;,,
ing to tat:.- ,(;,. combined i 1'li.rl of all
tie- planters to get assay with the
problems that are before them in
(onnection ssith this crop. Another
sear will be diifercnt. BV that time
it SSi'l be -eon SV h e t !l C " of tlof Col
ton is a permanent feature in the
valley or ja.-t ..n experiment. But
now. it is up to tin- plan' -rs to hand;.
what the . has e, in a manner that
will leave no doubt as to iis sac -ess
or failure.
Kvery plau'nr should cane to this
meeting Sa t unlay, pn-pan.i to state
just what he s-.ants in as few ssoids
as possible, but conic ssilii an idea
that he siil be. and is ssillini'. to do
what is le-st for the future cotton
ministry. What interests one planter
interests ail. and if i-v.-rynin- ssill take
a hold Willi a ssill to make cotton a
success in the sall.-y. it ssill mean the
establishing of an industry that ssill
bring millions of dollars in cash to
this country. Cotton is a crop thai
can be grown only in a very limited
territory on the earth's suriaoe, while
otiitr crops can be grown nearly
everywhere that it rains and the sun
shine-. The Salt Bis'er valley has al
lea.iy siio.sn that she can produce a
grade ot cotton that can not be
duplicated on eartli. and stands in a
class In itsself, like the Sea Island
cotton of the Carolinas. With united
action. and care in grossing and
handling, an industry can be per
fected that the planters can monopo
lize and obtain the price they ask,
and should make this s a I s the rich-
st spot oil earth. enrne out Satur
day and tall: this matter over, learn
what you base to do and do it.
CHILDREN S' DAY SERVICES
There ssill be a childrens' day ser
vice held at the Methodist church
next Sunday.
ARRESTED FOR BOOTLEGGING
-Mrs. Bulu Caruthers of Mesa, and
a man by the name of Trainor of
Chandler is said to have been ar
rested yesterday by Sheriff Adams,
charged with selling booze in dry
territory. It is reported that a party
of young people wele induced to
come up from Phoenix on the pre
text of having a "good time" and
succeeded in obtaining evidence
Hooray! Baby Jo
Rule the House
No Longer Do Women Fear The Great
est of All Human Blessings.
It is a jay and comfort to know that
P.::;t ranch talked of pains and otlior dis
tresses that are said to precede child bear
ing niHy easily ho avoided. No woman need
fear the slightest discomfort if she will
fortify herself with the well-known and
time honored remedy, "Mother's Friend."
This is a most grateful, penetrating, ex
ternal ap'h'ailon that at once softens end
rr.ahes pliant the abdominal muscles and
ligaments. They naturally expand without
the slightest strain, and thus not only
banish all tendency to nervous, twitching
spells, but there ia an entire freedom from
nausea, discomfort, sleeplessness and dread
that so often leave their impress upon the
bahe.
The occasion Is therefore one of un
bounded, joyful anticipation, and too much
stress can not be laid upon the remarkable
Influence which a mother's happy, pre-natat
disposition has upon the health and for
tunes 0f the generation to come.
Mother's Frirnd is recommended only for
the relief and comfort of expectant mothers,
thousands of whom have used and recom
mend it. You will find it on sale at all drug
stores at ?1.00 a bottle. Write to-day to the
r.radlield Regulator Co., 130 Laniur I'ddg.,
.Atlanta, fJa., for a most instructive hook or
thU greateat of all subjects, wotherhooU.
I
enough to cause the arrests. It is
said that both parties have been
fined on a similar charge before.
NEWS IN BRIEF
Alma Jones, deputy county school
superintendent was a passenger mi
the morning train for Phoenix yes
terday. Prof. 1 1 . Q. Bobertsori a.ttended to
business in the oapipd city yester
day. T. .1. Duncan of Chandler. was
transacting business in .Mesa yes
terday. Hugh Patton the popular Indian
merchant of Saoaton; ssas buying
supplies from our local merchant..-'
s o teniae.
Will Irsvin of Ciibcrt was in Mesa
on business yesterday.
The A. Sj B. grocery company
shipped out seven thousand pounds
of provisions to laukin si Sanders of
Su peril if vest enla y.
Pick Maker the well kriosvn freigli-i
tor was in Mesa yi-st.-rday niier
freight. Pick used to be a cosv
1 niii'lii-r on tile ranch of Charley
Bowers' father in ihe early days of
Pleasant valley. Mr. Bowers says
that Pick ssas a roper from away
back, and on fine occasion helped
others oi' the boys lass,, ;lnd capture
.'. fine fat bear, and not satisfied ssith
ivs dass work Pick wound up by
roping a. fine fat pobler and the
camp had bear meat and turkey for
supi .cr.
.1. W. llagerland has moved his
diioken ranch from Main street to
the Powell ranch near the El Ham ho
Bonito.
P. P. Query who has been cinra- t
ed with the Oem City meat market
for several months lias resigned his
position and ssill go to Seattle.
o
GUARANTEED ECZEMA REMEDY
The constant itching, burning, red
ness rash and disagreeable effect;; (,f
ezeiua. tetter, salt rheum, it'-ii, piies
and irritating skin e: upturns e.,n b
readily cured and the skin made
bar and smooth ssith Pr. Hobson's
Eczema iintment. Mr. J. ( '. Eve
land, of Path, 111., says: "I had ec
zema tw i-nty-l'is e ytars ai.d had
tried everything. All failed. When
I found Br. Hobson's Eczema (:nt-ni'-nl
I found a cure." This oint
ment is the formula of a physician
and lias been in use for years-
not an experiment. That is why wo
can guarantee it. All druggists, or
bs- mail. Prb'e Ffeiffer chemi
cal Co., Philadelphia and St. Eocis.
Advt r t i'-ement.
o
CALLED HOME
M. E. Cibboiis of Evei s body's drug
store rcceisi-d a telegram yesterday
morning announcing the death of his
father at Way nes'.urg. Pa. He h-fi
immediately for the east, and it is
nm known just when he will return.
o
MOST CHILDREN HAVE WORMS
Many mother.- think their children
are suffering from indigestion, head
ache, nervousness, weakness, n.stive
ties. when they are victims of that
mo;-t common of all children's ail
ments worms. Peevish. ill-tempered,
fretful children, who toss and
grind th'-ir teeth, ssith bad breath
and colicky pains, have all the .symp
toms of having worms, and should
be given Kickapoo Worm Killer, a
Pleasant candy lozenge. which ex -pels
Worms, regulates the boweis.
tones up 'he sy.-tem. and makes
children ss 11 and happy. Kiokaoo
Worm Killer is guaranteed. All
druggists. or by mail. Price "Tic.
Kickapoo Indian M.-dhine Co., Phil
adelphia and St. Bonis. Advertise
ment. o
CROSSCUT POWER HOUSE
BIOS OPENED YESTERDAY
Four Sets of Plans Returned With
Bids Contract Let Monday.
Bids were opened by the Water
P'sers yesterday for a huge concrete
house 14u feet one way by S feet
the other, lsv and three stories in
height, and located on the south face
of the Hole in the Bock hills ssith
which to shelter the Cross Cut water
power machinery. Four complete
bids were tendered, but the award
ssas not made osving to the close
ness of the figures, which makes
necessary some minute comparisons;
the contract will probably be award
ed on Monday.
The construction committee of the
Water Users" association met yester
day to open the bids on the Cross
Cut power plant. Here are some of
the figures:
Martin and Oillas asked $37.:1T4
for the entire building. On extra
work the bids were as follows: Con
crete. Jo. 2.1 a yard; steel, 5 cents n
pound; excavation, $L'.a0 a yard: the
whole to he done in 200 days.
The Arizona Knginoering and con
struction company, somewhat beter
known as Bowen and Shumsvay
wanted 531,400 for the" lump sum. $S
and $: for the two classes of con
crete, four cents for the steel arid
$4 for the excavation.
K. W. Keithline asked $37, nil for
the main part of the construction,
ten and ten fifty for the cement
work, four cents for the steel and
$3.7.1 for the digging. This bid guar
anteed to finish the job in ISai days.
The Bos Angeles Planing Mill com
pany bid $39,S14 for the house, $12
and $lt for the cor-crete, five and a
half cents for the steel, $2.21 for the
exca va t ion.
o
NATURAL QUESTION
A man from the city went to a
small country town in Xew Hamp
shire to pass his vacation. At the
station he took the stage, which ssas
drawn by two dilapidated horses,
and found that he had no smaller
bill than a $.1 one, which he handed
to the driver.
The driver looked at it for a mo
ment ami then said: "Which horse
do you want." Kverybody's Magazine.
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EARL &. WILSON
Makers of Troy's Best Product.
RED-MAN Collars
and "E. & W." Shirts always in
stock in all styles at 40 North Central
MUSICAL FilARRiAGES OF
FORMER PHOENIX FOLKEFr
'
Three Couples Enter Blessed State in
Los Angeles All One of This City.
if three weddings at e a trio, will the
lives of the wed be liv.-d in harmony '.'
Two Phoenicians, three Calif'Tnians
and one Chanuleriie wot that this wiii
in sooth be so.
Word was received hero yesterday
of the marriage in Pasadena. Califor
nia, of Fred Arnold of Chandb-r, Ari
zona to Mrs. M. Bodibr. Inasmuch as
Arnold is the author of the song bit,
I ...... St.. I it.li- Willi 'Thine Ivves"
this marriage can properly be ca
lied'
j
melodious. But
Word was also received that permits
to wed have been secured in Bos An-
. , , v. , , . ,
g.-h s iv Carl B. Neiitzel. lorm'-ris- ol
, ,
tiie Arizona ."-onooi ,,i .music ai i-noe-nix
and Kdi a M. Colman of lies
Moines, later of California; and Jack
ponohue, the popular young tenor, for
mer-,- of phoonp: and Miss Hazel K. ;
lis ricii . M h 'dy, ha ri i
us, muse, ui.ss
a greater progression. It strangely
Dioigh runs through the ceremonies
of three couples, formerly or ra.sv con- I
meted ssith this city. If it is not too;
gn at a strain, it can be imagined that ,
the w.-d.ling bells had real music in Mike Tabik, of phoenix, Arizona,
their china s. A singe., and a writer j B:.-par,l II. Xeiom.m, of Avondale,
of song.-- and a leader of choruses, three . Arizona.
fair ladies and ihe combination is com- J FP.AXK II. PAT1KER
I'1"1- ' Begister.
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Automobiles, Garages and Accessori es
APPERSON a
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Arizona Vulcan
izing; Works
Garr lofoi
Company
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Goiiings VehiGie Co
boiuiws tieonc
FRANKL
r-Jf B rs (flAMj 5-iia.gsenprer, JC75. Runabout. :600.
faQVU IHlOffii I EDWARD RUDOLPH
wmb Maricopa, county agent for Firestone
Tires
Ie3&rv OkimhaIh if! Goodrich Tires and Tubes. Mono
ISniHs lSFiSlllI 3 fl ram ils alld Greases. Tires and
iateSJILSl tlEI&fLlSs? alii. tea vulcanized. Overland 1103
315-317 North Central Avenue
&?it, il,.SS-l,Mfll-. Storage, repairs and supplies. Open
aMfc bVavNt&WK.lt' overland 345. Cons. Main 312.
OiJfsS',iiiiffI Ptts oes car on earth
Vuildilil bog OVERLAND AUTO CO.
. Over. GS6. 2-L South Third Ave.
Always Air
Try
e
Williams iiiier
dard tires. Now they cost but an equal price. Accessories and Supplies.
MOTORCYCLES
Hariev-Davidson
2 FOR 25 GTS.
NANNY'S
Ncutzcl will be remembered as one
of ihe popular instructors and soloists
of tin- music school. His bride to be is
ung woman of Des Moines, Iowa, but
Angeles. She is twenty
musical public of Phoenix
recall Mr. Donohue who pleased them
no later than a few weeks ago, and who
! promises again to delight his bearers
j i" this town. He is twenty-five- and
i Miss Kyrich but is. She is a well
! known young- miss ss hose bame has
j boon ssith her parents on Woodland
; avenue.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, P. S.
Band Office at Phoenix, Ari::i.,i,
May B.th, F.H3.
oLice is iicreuy givf n mat ,..;rt
I. Tomu.sko, of Avondale, Arizona,
i who, on June 3th, 100H, made Desert
I. -11111 I'nlrv "XT., l.r.1'!'l for- X-1 ' s-..
. . ' ,'. . V- , "'...
; tion 2ft, lo'.vnshio 1 . , Bango 1 ,
, ...
O. i-. B. Meridian, bar. filed notice
of intention to make
desert
and
and
proof, to establish claim to t he
ab'i
b
ibed, before the B
msier
and P.eceivi - r, P. S. Band
"iffi.-e, at
2eth d..y
il'hoemx, Arizona, on the
f
i claimant names as witnesses
Harry Tunea, of
zori:l
Jolm -cy. Seurgent
Arizona
Avondale, Ari
of Cashioti,
Southwestern Motor Co.
Exclusive Distributors for Arizona.
309-11-13 North Central Ave.
STU DEB A KEU. E. M. P.,
a iid 3' LA X DE RS. Eve vy
thinii; for the automob.Ue car
ried in stock.
First and Van Buren Sts.
Vulcanizing of all kinds done
promptly, work guaranteed
out of town work solicited.
210 West Washington Streat
Os?rlarid Phone 62t
HUDSON.
MIGHTY MICHIGAN "40"
AND REO THE FIFTH AGENCY
Successors to Arizona Motor Co. and
Transcontinental Auto Co.
Repairing, machine v.-ork, supplies, and storage.
PJis-iio North Second Ave. Telephone 1531
2 Models CO and 40 All St vies of Bodies
CHARLES H. McARTHUK
Phoenix Carafe. 319 C- -Ural Avenue
Agents for the I. H. C. Com
mercial Truck, Next to Hotel
Adams.
MARICOPA Fl FP.TRir. All-rn en
Agents for Columbus Electric, Coil
and Magneto repairing and battery
recharging a specialty. R. J. Jor.es,
313 North Central Ave.
;9 THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON TIIE MARKET
TUUAi
HAGEMAN. Distributor for Arlmn.
rnrn. c . a I AJ .
Pionser Cycle Co., Distributers.
GUS I BEN, Agent, 39 S. 1st. AV E.
Makes punctures harmless. Adds f.o per
cent tire service. Absolutely guaranteed.
I -TON, $850; 2'2-TON, $2200;
Complete. delivered in Phoenix;
WALTER HILL CO., Ariz. Apents.
Second Ave. and Jefferson Street
Co.
Goodyear No Rim Cut Tirea
These 10 per cent oversize
tires cost, uniil lately, on
fifth more than other stan
MOTOP.CYCLE Rides Like a Pull
man. The 3ilent gray fellow.
PHOENIX CYCLE CO., 133 N. Ctnlir

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