THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1914 "f
M, Ellingson & Sons
Dealers in Hay and Grain,
Seed Grain, Seed Oats,
Feed Oats, Rolled Barley,
Alfalfa Seed, Grain Bags,
Conboy Drug Company
Everything in Drugs.
Corner Adams and First
OU U JL XX V 1 j TJ X 1 3 J VV 1J Indigestion. Bad Breath. Dissl- B
sF mm as"" av asiasser' aaw was v H ne3s Vertigo (blind staggc-s), 9f
J j H Headache, Sallow Complexion, nj
I are a!l symptoms of a Torpid IS,
j. ' successful masquerade party. Games j I Llver- c';
I I I til one suit and another, with a short I 'III P n B ii if-"' fla
TEMPE formal program, contributed to the I MESA I I H E R D I H i
I j 1 enjoyment of the evening by those H wto
I assemoieu. Mr Gibbons at Everybody's Drug " flE
I Store will care for subscriptions, Bo"el -slBor- K
HIGH SCHOOL LECTURE advertising, and news of the B Its powerful reviving Infill- BJ
Marcus I. Barone, now engaged in j Mesa department. Phone 291 and once in the torpid liver brings
a tour around the world in the in- 22 R M on an Immediate improvers r.t. H
Jterests ot the Representative Educa- I . I Jo feel better at once. The!
'. . bowels move f reely so that the Hfi
...... ... ..v.. , impurities wmcti nave cioggeo i
a large audience at the high school if) A A II I I it M "n the digestive organs find an Mj
Friday evening. It was an Illustrated I kl Ik I II I U fl I outlet. When the system hu3
-t.- .......ninB n ,,.,- j l M M Nl II j 1 S,fX fTffi
.interesting ;uhcntures Baron, WLUjUUU I ll!U com ,:Cxion clears, the breath
come in contact with since leaving ' , i become.': sweet, the mind alert
: New York Citv in Mav. 1H12. Ha- I fl fl fl flTTfl 5 1 B ! cheerful and there is a fine H
i f 1 Use Stephens Eye Salve for wB
1 I ., ' nr. Pucs. It Cures. SOfc
I rmal N'ttlt'llK'llt to ( Hi" . Jgi
Growers Made Ycstci'.l; i . 1 5oLD!iiEi"-?S
WORK Is a spe-
that places our
cialty with us
store A Class.
EVERYBODY'S DRUG 8TORE
AUTOMOBILE TIE TABLE
Quicker and cheaper than train
Fare, Globe, $15; J25 round trip
Leaves daily at 8:30 a. m.; arrives
Roosevelt 2 p. m.; Globe and Miami,
4:30 p. m. Passengers collected
from any part of the city. Tickets
at Adams and Ford Hotels and
Shaw's Smoke House. W. A. HILL,
Prop., 2S N. Second Ave.
SO acres of Alfalfa near
Located in the center of the cot
ton and dairy belt
Home site, and neighborhood.
Price for quick sale $13j per acre.
Jesse f. Kelly
Horace B. Grlffen, agent for
Tempe, will care for news, sub
scriptions and advertising in the
Tempe department. Office with
A. Nielson & Co.
BOY'S COTTON GROWING
CONTEST IS AGITATED
B. Griffing of Tempe Normal Is at
the Head of Movement Success
That Tempe means business when
comes to the industry of cotton-
growing can be seen by the fact that
final steps toward the inauguration
of a boys' cotton-growing contest are
being taken. Over $100 in suitable
prizes have already been subscribed
to help the movement along and
arouse competitive interest among the
boys of the community.
Professor J. B. Giiffing of the de
partment of agriculture of Tempe
Normal School has been chosen to
organize the boys' clubs, and pro
poses to begin work immediately.
Not only boys from the public high,
normal and training schools may
compete, but all the boys from out
lying districts, including Scottsdale
and Kyrene, will be eligible to enter
the contest. In order to increase the
number of prizes and equalise the
opportunities to win, the boys will be
divided into two groups, according to
age. 10 to F. years, and 16 to Jl
years, respectively. The boys have
evidently been expecting such an ac
tion for some time, judging by the
inquiries that have been received
from them, so that a large enroll
ment in the contest is practically
As far as Tempe is concerned,
nothing better could be done to pro
mote intensive farming and spread
broadcast the best methods of grow- j
ing Egyptian cotton.
Besides the assistance to be given
the boys by Professor Griffing. they
11 also receive attention from Pro
?sor Stanley F. Morse ..f the Uni- i
ersity of Arizona Experimental!
Farm; Professor A. M. McOmie. also I
nnected with the government, an
jm J. A. Riggins. county supetin
tendent of schools, also heartily i
ympathy with the movement. Besid
the local prizes that will be givei
the boys will be eligible to entrv f.
istrict, state and national prizes.
ie, accompanied by his boy. arrive
Tempe Thursday evening. He con-
intinued on bis way yesterday.
i Miss Margaret Meagher, of
' Glendale, is the correspondent of
j The Arizona Republican in that
district and will be glad to re-
ceive all items of news at the
i Glenwood hotel.
i accordance with
plans approved an
Common Cmincil of
nix on the 1" day
1014, and on fil
i and after the second day
next succeeding the date
mils, and an even annual
il sum there
upon on the
Phoenix on file In the office
City Recorder of said City, and
said plans and specification
hereby referred to for a mor
tlcular description of the said
and made a part hereof.
Section 2. That the said ci
piaiea wont or improvement
opinion of the Common Ooune
more than local or ordinary
benefit and said Common
Hereby makes the costs and
of said work or improvement
.'ible upon a district, and he
proportion of the priscip
i f shall be payable by C
I ml day of January
after their date until all
the Interest shall be pt
annually by coupon on
cay of January and July
iv, of each year, at the
which j i 6) per cent per annum
i are I unpaid urttii the whole
par- I Clpal sum and interest
work i Section ',. The serial
I mentioned shall be is
CM rdar.ee wii h t lie pro
SCI Of the Legislature of
Arizona, known and desi.
Improvement Act of
May 17. Hil2, and all
rate of six
on all sums
if said prin
il is of
to pay the cost
of is described
All of Block
istrict in said City
Itted by said work
Mid to be assessed
and expenses there
Twenty -four (24) of
the State of
nated as the
( i rowers Made
( 'hooks ( io Out Slowly
Growers Hold Meeting for
herd of da
has just received
liiy- cows from Lab
isturing them on 1
the Gilbert cash store, has taken
Inossession and will move, with his
mother, to that place within the
next few weeks.
car of li
ty was shi
I lumber f
om Los An
WILL BUILD NEW HOME
The People's Lumber Company
let a contract for a five-room mo
residence for Mr. Phil White, ti
erected on the five-acre tract roc
ly purchased by Mr. White in
g the bus!
re R. J.
Call and see the Racycle, the best
wheel made. I carry a large line
of Racycles, Bicycles and Bicycle
Supplies. Repairing quickly done.
THE BICYCLE MAN
25-27 East Adams
THE RACYCLE STORE
TOM & SING'S
Regular Meals. 35 Cents
Short Orders All Night.
26 North Center, Phoenix.
Get your order in now. The best
stock ever shipped to Arizona.
T. M. MELVILLE NURSERIES
Phoenix and Chandler
1st St Polk St. Alabama 8L
chairman of th
i rt report of
the subject, 1.
department of t
s Club held a vc
n at the liramci
Mrs. J. W. Arno
e department, gave
ich met recently
B. B. Moeur gave
read a paper on "S
general disc US Son
!d by Mrs. C. H. Prat
Quite a number of i
the public school and
)ol were present an!
to the interest of toe
int; the sex-hygiene discussion. :
a fcal solo, accompanied by Mrs
'i Corson on the piano. The lite:
department of the club will mer
Mrs. Howard Brown. 118 East Se -enth
Street, the coming Friday after
noon. Present interest in club circles
is centering about the annual play,
"How the Club Was Formed.': which
will be given Tuesday evening of this
week at the Goodwin Opera' House
Following the play, a night later,
there will be a lecture on "Northern
Arizona" by Professor Douglass of
the University of Arizona. The lec
ture is to be given on Wednesday
evening in place of Thursday evening,
as has been advertised, by reason of
a similar change made with the
pearance of Professor Douglas
' K. H. Swinn of Philadelphia
looking over the Glendale c
I Thursday with th:
I H. 13. Wilkins of Colorado was
today visiting J. uant, ai
( '. K. Eu banks, who has be
the Klkin Sanatorium, left fo
Lome at Fort Smith. Ark., We
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Patterson are
moving into the house recently va
cated by Mrs. Scott.
H. Marshall was a Phoenix busi-
ness visitor Wednesday.
Ralph Greer has engaged rooms at
tb Person's residence.
1 George Hoskins. buyer for o. II
; Hardy of San DlegO, was lien
lending to buaines!
Mr. and Mrs. M. !'
ernoon looking over the
Mr Roberts, who
at the home of his sister.
Jack, left Tuesday evening
Mr. Elliott was here vesu
ing cattle for the New Market. L
Mr. Carter wright
Airs. L. Mohlor. Mrs. Moore,
Kittle Moore and Mr. Vaughn
tored out from Phoenix yesterday
dined at the Glen wood Hotel.
Between twenty and twenty-five
usand dollars was paid out yes
lay afternoon to the cotton grow
of the .Mesa Egyptian Cotton Ex
tol' their year's crop. This of
course ooes not include the numer
ous advances that have been made
from time to time but is rather the
final settlement between the growers
and the company. At the same time
that the checks were being handed
out to all growers, at the cotton ex
change office, who called for them.
I there was a meeting in progress at
the city hall called for the purpose of
j working out some plan whereby the
, new members, who are anxious to
! enter the association, may lie brought
in. The plan of allowing the mem
I hers to come in on the same basis as
that of last year will probably be
adopted. This plan seems to be the
jmost feasible. The meeting was not
(as well attended as was expected for
the reason that the meeting of the
j stockholders of the Water Users' As
sociation was in progress
Iditorium of the Mesa I
: School Iluilding.
! Strange as it may seem, the checks'
went out rather slowly. The fact
that final settlement was to be made
l,was advertised quite thoroughly and
.it was hoped that all checks with
! statements would be given out.
at 1 o'clock yesterday
afternoon there remained a basket
ere ! fu" checks and statements and
'topping the pile was a ( heck for
$TS4.35 due a rancher who at that
minute was down at tlie meeting of
the Water users' Association.
The financial part of the program
is giving the officers of tin- exchange
It Is no secret that con-
SMITHERS, B. C.
(Sir Owen Seaman, in Punch)
I saw it on a map, most large and
c I saw it with
Showing how trains
Grand but Pacific run along by steam
Right to Prince Rupert on the sea
And there are br
the naked cye-
upon the Grand
;ht up short.
at the au
. i Nevertheless
Echoes of i
a map, I say,
art began te
Id romance, and all my
rythmical and fluty
to the name'
I saw Provenc
iking at lar
music of it filled my
ami that enchanted
amid the dream:-
out ot m(
e for ladle
: in distress
trovatore (with guitar):
airy domes above i
siderabie difficulty was experienced
last season in getting any institution
to take hold of the loan feature. Now
mere is a mucn more encour;
aspect and no trouble will be
perienced in financing the crop.
s-ome friends i sociation was
Wednesday aft-'in in the Mesa
PEDAGOGUES IN SESSION
I'he regular monthly meeting of
Maricopa County Teachers' As-
held yesterday morn-
I'nion High School
has been visiting
Olendak Iluilding. the regular meeting pi
in the assembly room having b
ppropriated by the stockholders
Mrs. P. .1.
shortly after nooi.
Everything in Lumber
Dalslead Lumber Co.
WHEN YOU HAVE ANY
DONE, 8EE THAT THIS
Is on it, or 'hat It Is done by
one of the firms below, who
Bre entitled to use it.
ARIZONA STATE PRESS
R. A. WATK1NS
THE QUALITY PRESS
(Signed) Label Committee
HOME FROM GILA BEND
V. M. Hudlow returned yesterday
morning from Gila Bend, where be
has been located a greater part of
the winter working some land prop
erty. He proposes to remain here
through the spring and summer.
Congregational Church, Charles II.
Dains, pastor The pastor will speak
morning and evening today. The
morning hour is 11 o'clock: the ser
mon theme, "The Mission of Jesus.'
This is the second in the series of
ienten-time sermons. The evening
hour is 7:30. A literary review on
"The House of Rimmon." the dram;;
from the pen of Henry Van Dyke.
will be given by the pastor
Sunday school hour is 10 a. m.
Mrs. Hardy of Phoenix was th:
guest of her sister, Mrs. P. .1. Rior-
dan, at the Glenwood hotel Friday.
.Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gant have
moved into their residence on Font tie
I heard Alhambra's fountains, faint
itent in m;
I may not
Chen h i
US Time lias worn me b
TRADE BOARD MEET
A goodly representation of Tempo
citizens turned out Friday evening at
the city hall in the interests of the
Tempe Board of Trade. While no
definite action was taken on tin
Board of Trade rooms anel secretary,
the outstanding committee submittel
its report and was continued with
further instructions. Another session
of Tempe citizens will possibly be
held the latter part of this week to
continue their efforts on the location
of the trade board rooms and the em
ployment of 'a secretary to look after
the interests of the body.
J. Norton shipped a car of cattle to
C. S. Hardy. San Diego.
H. C. Cavness shipped two cars of
i attic to the Jerome .Meat Company.
Claude Oowden shipped a car f
cattle to Rabbnts Brothers, Flagstaff.
Dan McDermott shipped two cars
of cattle to C. S. Hardy, San Diego.
Oeorge Hoskins shipped a car of
hogs to C. S. Hardy, San Diego.
The regular meeting of the Glen
dale Woman's Club was held Wednes
day afternoon. A delightful pro
gram of vocal and piano selections,
together with interesting leadings,
v. as given
.Mrs. Ross, president of the Fed
eration of Women's Clubs in Arizona,
was present and made a strong ad
dress on club life. She stated it was
her ambition to create a more demo
cratic spirit among club members
and to interest them more in busi
The meeting was brought to a close
the Water Users'
to convene next month at the Indian
I school when the subject of arith
imetic will be again considered. The
matter which occupied the time of
jthje teachers yesterday was that of
j the present text books in the schools
'upon the subject of arithmetic. it
was the opinion of a number of the
j teachers that the present text was
insufficient or rather was not ample
to meet the more modern ideas in a
.proper handling of the most import-
iant subject taught in the public
schools. While a number of the
'teachers held to the idea that the
'texts were not strictly up to the
i. modern idea of teaching arithmetic
J there were others who lamented the
fact that a great percentage of the
teachers in the schools today who
essay to teach arithmetic are not
thoroughly conversant with the in
tricate details necessary before being
thoroughly competent lo impart that
information to the students. The
general discussion was lead by Pro
cessor Jensen of the Osborn school
and Professor Davis of the Alma
Sm it herein1
the original towns ite of Phoenix.
Section 3. The City Engineer is
hereby directed to make a diagram
oi the district described hereinabove
Section s of this Resolution of
intention, to be assessed to Day the
rts and expenses thereof. Such
diagram shall show each separate lot.
pice,. or parcel of land in said dis
trict and the relative location of the
ame to the work proposed to he
Section 4. The said Common Coun
cil finds that public convenience re
quires that serial bonds shall be Is
sued to represent the costs and ex
penses of such work or improvement
and said Common Council determines
tl'.at serial bonds shall be issued to
represent each assessment of Twenty-five
(25) Dollars or mote for the
ests and expenses of said work or
mprovement. Said serial bonds shall
xtend over a period nding nine (ft)
ii the aforementioned Improvements
.'h ill also be taken under said "Im
provement Aet of tnt," and subse
Section I. The City Recorder shall
certify to the passage of this Reso
lution of Intention, and shall cause
tie same to he published ten (10)
times in the Arizona Republican, a
daily newspaper published and circu
lated in the city of Phoenix ami
hereby designated for that purpose.
Section 7. The Superintendent of
streets ..f the City of Phoenix shall
post notice of said proposed Improve
ment as required by law, and in said
notices shall refer to this Resolution
Reference is hereby made to the
Bitutithlc Mixture License Agreement
of Warren Brothers Company of
Boston, Mass.. dated March 4. 1914, on
file in theofficeof the City Recorder of
the City of Phoenix.
I hereby certify that the above
and foregoing Resolution No. liTt.
was duly passed by the Common
Council of the City of Phoenix at
a meeting held March 10, 1 ft 1 4 .
aial that a foortmi was present
Cotton Growers Attention Buy your cotton field
machinery at Kunz Bros. & Messinger and save
monev. Let us show you.
Nestor Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pumps, Etc.
ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPLY CO.
3rd Ave. and Jackson "We Have the Stock" Phoenix
Automobiles, Garages and Accessories
AUTOMOBILES Everything for th
nutomobilo carried In stock.
First snd Van Buren 8treta
Vulcanizing of all kinds dons
promptly, work rr.nt?od
out of tows work so!iclt4
10 West Washington Street
Overland Phone (21
W. W. CATLIN CO., State Agents
113 North ('cnti
w his kite
for mono making
AUO SUPPLY CO.
Avenue Phone l-r,()
U. S. TIRES, OILS, GREASE
EVERYTHING BUT THE AUTO.
517 N. Central Ave. Phone 1071
4-WHEEL DRIVE TRUCK
Anybody may be connected with a 1 TON TO 6 TONS
loi of prominent families by WFfl J M F jjH
'2 --L notice SifcO khu mil
"Alive at Both Ends."
F. A Eberlein, State Agent
235 W. Washington St.
P. 0. Box 1072. Phoenix
THE CARR AUTO CO.
Storage and Repairing
Open Day and Night
108-10 N 2nd Ave.
solved collation and
the Chicago New
judge the dinner
ol' "bracers" will unbract
Members of the seiond-year class
of the Tempe Normal and their
friends to the number of ISO or more
gathered at the gymnasium Friday
evening in masquerade costumes. It
was the occasion of the sophomores'
annual class party, varied this year
from the usual trend followed by so
cial eVrHts at l he normal, to a most
Home men are always getting busy,
tut they don't keep busy.
There is nothing hypocritical about
the wagging of a dog's tail.
LECTURE LAST NIGHT
Frank T. Pomeroy gave a lecture
last night under the auspices of the
M. I. A. at the First ward chapel. A
short musical program was -rendered
which included vocal selections by
Hazel Pomeroy and Clara Ellsworth.
easier for love to find the way
it is for dad to pay the bills.
When a. man is too lazy to make :
kick if bo can'l rind work, what'
t ho use?
P. B. Hughes is erecting a neat
five room house on his ranch south
east of Mesa and adjoining the base
Leo Lesueur, who has been ill the
past week, will go to Phoenix within
a few days where he will undergo
an operation for appendicitis.
The Baptist Sunday school box
supper held at the home of Mrs.
Charles Lewis on South Mac
donald street Friday evening was
unite well attended and a neat Sum
realized from the sale of the boxes.
Mrs. A. L. Hawley, who underwent
an operation a short time ago. is re
ported as convalescing.
The Itooseveit road has
opened as far as the Wilbur
east of town.
Maitland Davies opened a
studio at this place yesterday.
The Onion Sunday school
held at the Whitoombs, southeast of
Mesa, Friday evening was quite well
attended and between thirty and
forty dollars realized from the sale
Fred Clay who recently purchased
A RESOLUTION OF Till-: COM
MON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
PHOENIX, DECLARING THEIR 1N
TKNTJox To IMPROVE THE AL
LEY IX BLOCK TWENTY-FOUR
oF THE ORIGINAL TOWNSITE OF
PHOENIX. AND DETERMINING
THAT PONDS SHALL BE ISSUED
TO REPRESENT THE COSTS AND
EXPENSES THEREOF, AND DE
CLARING THE WORK op. IM
PROVEMENT To BE of MORE
THAN LOCAL OR ORDINARY PUB
LIC BENEFIT AND THAT THE
COST AND EXPENSE OF SAID
WORK SHALL BE ASSESSED UP
ON A DISTRICT AND PROVIDING
THAT THF. PROPOSED WORK OR
IMPROVEMENT SHALL HE DONE
DNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE
IMPROVEMENT ACT OF 1812, AND
Si " BSEQU ENT A M EN DM ENTS.
BE IT RESOLVED, by the Com
mon Council of the City of Phoenix:
Section 1. That the public interest
and convenience require, and that it
is the intention of the Common
Council of the City of Phoenix to
order the following work to be done,
1. That the roadway of the alley
in Block Twenty-four d'4) of the
original townsite of phoenix, includ
ing the alley intersection, and in
cluding also private drives, and ex
cepting such portions of said alio;,
as will be occupied by a cement con
crete gutter, where shown on the
plans hereinafter referred to, he
graded and paved with bltullthic
1. That a cement concrete gutter
be built along the center of the alley
in Block 4 in the original townsite
3. That a cement concrete euro
be built along both sides of the roatl
way of the alley in Block Twenty
lour (24) of the original townsite of
Phoenix, excepting at the intersection
of said roadway with private drives,
and excepting where a cement con
ciete curb has already been built
in satisfactory condition as
y the plans hereinafter re
of the above work to b
HUDSON 6-40 Oscar irvin, Agent
$1900.00 F. O. E. PHOENIX
539 or 596
ARIZONA AUTO CO.
3U2 N. Central Avenue
F. E. Huffer, Manager
3 Models 25, 33 and 40 All with eleetric
starters. CHARLES H. McARTHUR
Phoenix Garage 319 O Ural Avenue
THR EABHS8T RIDING CAR ON THB ICAKKSI
SEO. HAGEMAN, Dittributor tor Arlssna
Corner tacond and Adams ttraat
Ford Motor Cars '
passenger, ?;cs Runabout, 1171.
Ms-110 E. Adams St Agent for
Maricopa county agent for Ilendiie
MOTOR CARS-W. A. Horrell
521 N. Central Phone 1223
Expert Service Men
Best equipped machine shop in southwest. Comptets
stock of accessories.
OVERLAND AUTO CO.,
Prions 686. 326 N, Central Ave.
Paige-Detroit Service House.
Paige 2;i J1075. Paige 36 $1390. F. O.
B. Phoenix Completely equipped. Phone
1D45 for demonstration.
A. W. NEWTON
235 Went Wash
Lamps, Windshields and Fender repairing. V
replace glasses in Windshields, Alluminum re
pairing. Crank Cases, Transmission cases.
All work guaranteed. 233 N. Center Street.
Pleasure Cars and Commercial Trucks
Service Station 326-28-30 N. Central. Phone 686
M. L. NAQUIN, Distributor
Williams Rubber Co.
Goodyear No-Rim-Cut Tlrea
Special motorcycle delivery
to out-of-town breakdowBS.
Accessories and upslles.
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