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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY .MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1913
PAGE TWELVE RES Si H Mr. Dairyman JUST STOP A MOMENT ami think ol' the time saved, lahnr saved and money saved in usini;' a SKARPLES TUBULAR SEPARATOR ol- But ter .Mixer, ur Milking .Machine. We would lie pleased to show you our complete line of Milk Cans, Bottles, Bottle Caps, Barrel and Glass Churns, But ter Moulds, etc. . , EZRA W. THAYER EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE 12 1-130 I-:. Washington St. 127-133 K. Adams St. Arizona Portland Cement A HOME PRODUCT is nojv on the market. A PERFECT PORTLAND CEMENT Beinu; made at homo we save on freight charges. That is to your advantage. AT ALL DEALERS LEARN M ORE AND EARN MORE Attend the Arizona School of Lettering. Term Begins September 15th Tearhing Sign T'ainting and card writing in all their brandies. Competent instructors of national reputation. For pailiculars see WARD, The Sign Man 209 Nortli First Street p hcenix to Globe IN EIGHT HOURS On Aut Stage over scenic route by the ROOSEVELT DAM Cars rath way daily; nuil;..! reservations at Adam?, or Commercial, or Kuril hotels. Gila Valley Auto Transfer Company R emember The Name Arizona Securities & Investment Company Arizona Securities Investment Company Arizona Securities . Investment Company Remember The Name 107 N. Central Ave., Phoenix 107 N. CENTRAL AVE., PHOENIX HART Tonight! Tonight! A spectacular song revue act "THE DANCE DREAM" THE LATEST NEW YORK FAD LATEST IN LICENSED PICTURES REORGANIZATION LION N WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY -'-reel Hison, Military drama, "Tap;;;" "The Ili.y from Missouri," comedy, with Owen Moore in lead, and "Kanoh ;iii:-," frontier western. Taken ut Albu querque, X. M. 'pen 10 a. m. LAMARA The Home of High-Class MOTION PICTURES Continuous 10 A.M. to 10:30 .P.M. OF COHY E Work of IJeciuitin Mem bers tor New National Guard Organization at Prcscott Is Progressing Satist'actoril v. Seemingly a new and true military spirit has been aroused in rre.soott as a result of the holding at Whipple Bar racks of the encampment of the National C.uard of Arizona. This is evidenced by the information received yesterday that the efforts of Captain II. i. Coykemlall, looking to the reor ganization of Company II, are about to be crowned with success. And when such a company is organized, the re port states, the organization will be found to comprise the best young men of the city anil those that w ill lend dis tinction to the new company. While the National Cuard was en camped at I'reseott two or three weeks ago. Captain Covkendall, then detailed to the post of adjutant, brought the staff officers and the leading business men of Yavapai county into closer re lations and before the tamp was brok en the promise had been made that when another year rolled around I'res eott would be found in line with a full company of well trained men. The Prcscott chamber of commerce, through its president W. A. Drake, and its secretary .Malcolm I'raser, issued a statement that that organization would work hand in hand with the National Guard officers of Arizona to the end that the proposed company should be organized. And Governor Hunt, Ad jutant General Harris and Clonol Tut hill. as guests of the Yavapai club and the chamber of commerce jointly pledged themselves to assist in every way possible to bring about a realiza tion of the plan. Since Captain Covkendall has had the opportunity of devoting the n ces sary time to the work of recruiting for the company, he in said to have re ceived abundant assurance that the required number of members of the tight class will lu: easily obtainable, incidentally Dougherty's Hall in I'res eott has already been leased for an armory and club room and it is planned to offer gymnasium and athletic ad vantages to the members. Bringing members of a National Gaard company together once a week for drilling, does not tend to keep the organization intact, is the opinion of the majority of National Guard offi cers. So it is the plan wherever a Na tional Guard company is found to en deavor to provide a social end that will appeal to the individual members and bring them closer together. In I'hoenix an example of the work ings of this plan is shown in the vari ous social gatherings of the members of Companies A and I'.. Iletween these two organizations there is always a spirit of friendly rivalry. When one company gives a dance, the other is likely to come across with some other form of entertainment. On Thursday evening Company 15 members will gather in the armory for a good old-fashioned smoker at which all members will attend who possibly can. The members will also be per mitted to bring their friends, r.csides a talk by Captain ( (sear Temple, whose experience in Cuba, the Philippines, to fay nothing of years of service at home will provide the theme for some inter esting remarks, there will be music, plenty of pipes and cigars and a gen eral good time. o TAG ON BQNMEY WHEN HE GOES OVEB 10 RAY DE VOY & DAYTON Comedy, Singing, Talking and Dancing WALTER LE MAR "America's Most Humorous Night gale." THE DUMONTS Singing, Talking. Hard and Soft Shoe Dancing THE LATEST IN MOVIES COMPLETE CHANGE IN THE LAND OFFICE Former Receiver Arnold Establishes Law Partnership With John R. Hampton mold, receiver of the ' otfice yesterday after- ver his offi e to his Tabloid Musical Comedy $10,000.00 BEAUTY Two Shows Per Night The Latest in Movies 10s and 20c Precaution to be Taken to Prevent Repitition of Ketchum Incident. Before Tom ( ). Honey, traveling pas senger agent of the. Washington-Sunset Route, who arrived in Phoenix yes terday on his regular bi-monthly visit, starts out this morning- for the wilds of Ray and Mesa. He is going to per mit Hy Page of the city ticket office of the. Arizona Kastern to affix a tag on his back requesting all with whom he comes in contact to see that he does not lose his way. This is a precaution that is hereafter to be taken with all passenger agents from the coast who forsake Phoenix for the depths of the eanteloupe and copper country. Bonney is agreeable to the arrange ment for lie. hadn't been in town fifteen minutes yesterday before George Cann, travling freight and passenger agent of the Arizona Kastern with headquar ters in the office next to that of Mose Peoples, filled his heart with dread by relating the harrowing experience of Grove Ketchum, district passenger agent of the Washington-Central lines upon the occasion of his recent visit to Mesa. According to Gann .he and Ketchum and an unidentified third party journ eyed over to Mesa last week. Grove strolled about one of the many busy streets, all the time keeping a weather eye open to see that Gann didn't get out of his sight. But George got busy in routing some 'steen cars of canta loupes to the goodness knows where and lost sight of Ketchum. It was an hour later that the posse found Ketchum on the outskirts of Mesa trying to make a compass of his watch and praying for the night to come so that he could see the big dip per and locate the north star. Bonney isn't going to have any such experi ence. He's going to let everybody in town know he's in town and he's com ing back to Phoenix late this afternoon before it gets so dark he won't be able to see his way. And he's going to de pend in no small degree upon that card on his back to accomplish this for him. Charles K. Phoenix Ian n oon turned successor, John J. Birdno. The trans fer was delayed by some hitch in the bond of Mr. Birdno which had bein furnished by a surety company. Mr. Arnold has been connected with iht land office since 1 !'. and during the period of its greatest volume of business and during a period of greater volume than will ever be transacted again. Tim affairs of the liice have been brought into better shape than ever they v. ere before, ano on the retirement of Mr, Arnold and his colb-ague. Register Frank H. Parker, things were in si shape to 1 t urned over. .'Mime weeks before his retirement Mr. Arnold had made an arrangement with Hon. John R. Hampton to en gage in the practice ol law and they will at once open offices at 1 :; 1 North Se'-ond avenue, in the Colonial building. FIGHT IN SOMALI LAN D. r APSOi-IATFll PRKSS DISPATCH 1 ADKN, Aug. 1'-'. It is reported lure that the British camel corps, consisting of Indian natives, was cut up in a fight in Somaliland. Three hundred troops have been sent from here to the scene of the battle. Save Your Drinking Husbands You can have sober husbands if you will send them to the Ncal Institute for three days, or give them the Neal Home Treatment. Tho Neal Insti tute at ir.37 West Jefferson Street, Phoenix, Arizona, is really a comfort able home where discouraged drinking nu n and women may go and be re stored to sobriety and self-mast ry. The Neal Drink Habit Treatment is a safe, vegetable remedy that remove:; the craving and necessity for drink in three days, without the use of hypoder mic injections. Call ami get proof and references that will lie convincing, or write or phone for book of information. Phone' 1733 DRFG 1 1 ABIT SUCCKS3 FFI.BY TREATED. Stores Used to Think August a Dull Month Now they sell moiv furniture and other house hold .oods in August than any month of the year! Kvery merchant knew that furniture could hp bought at lower prices for August selling be cause it is bought in dull times. Hut they didn't think it could be sold until one of their number showed them that adver tising would do the trick. Now August Furniture Sales are a national institution. If you need furniture or furnishings we espe ciallv urge you to read the advertisements now appearing in The Republican. It is the time to buy at a profit to yourself. Read what all the merchants have to offer in The Republican during this month. It will pay you in real dollars and cents just as it is paying your neighbors. Temporary Removal American Kitchen will remove t' the French Kitchen n West Washington until September 1. In the meantime extensive improvements are being made on the American Kitchen quarters on North Central Avenue We have an abundance of High Class Fancy and Staple Groceries. We an j making a clean-up of our j large retail stock at greatly reduced prices. An opportunity to get bargains in things you need and want does not often happen. Cor. Dth Ave & Jackson Phoenix Laundry Protect Your Clothes Phone 1530 WANTED VEAL CALVES AT HIGHEST CASH PRICES UNION MARKET E. LINSENMEYER 19 North First Avenue H4M YOU SHOULD VORRY We furnish Insurance against loss or damage by BURGLARS AND THIEVES On Dwellings Personal Baggage Automobiles NATIONAL SURETY COMPANY OF NEW YORK J. F. Cleaveland, Gen. Agt. Cor. 2nd Ave. and Washington St. bbssebheis Si 'mni -Wf .OME tdcowIc seem to think that L.os Ulivob. is a little too high-priced for them. They see the beautiful homes in Los Olivos, ana say, "Well, I'd like to live there, and maybe in a few years, I will be able to afford a lot and build there." This would be true, if Los Oiivos prices were figured on the same basis as the prices on adjoin ing property. The fact of the matter is, that your money will buy you a larger and more de sirable lot in Los Olivos than in any other sub division. And you can find lots of all sizes and prices in Los Olivos and at a range in restric tions that will surprise you. Lots are priced from $600 to $4800, with restrictions ranging from $3000 to $10,000. $750 will buy a fine east face lot 73 by 200 feet, with cement walk to car-line, heavy curb, parking, gravelled road, etc. And where else can the 100 by 300 feet lots on Monte Vista road offered at $1000 be equalled, or even approached in value? " -, t$-if $ 4 'fpfe$ 0f ;N'V ' '5 The development in Los Olivos is regular, the increase in value is con tinuous. Your home in Los Olivos will always bo protected by the most rigid and desirable restrictions. rfjTWc will assist those needing financial aid in building their homes. Our plan is a new one here'and is most liberal. You can have the kind of a house you want, built for actual cost, and on easy payments. No exorbitant profits for anyone. Ours is mutually satisfactory plan. Call at our office and ask Mr. Prince for particulars. F a. r c LI BERAL STOPOVER PRIVELAGES rilONE 13S3 FOIl Stenographers, RookUveier3, Mu' tigranh Juh Work. M'CAUSLAN D Business Exchange S V'eM Adams St. California Regtaur&nl Under new mainigenieivt Give us a irial! wis:ht ear City Suburban and Country Property Corner Central Avenue and Adams Investments of The Real ty Securities Co. are all proteeted hy Keal Estate Securities. lTsrtgc-T-aaflUU PL UMSING Contract or Job Phone 1S4S for Shop L'S South Tliird t-'t GEO. W. KcCLARTY Electrical Contractor ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 208-210 West Wash. 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