TTTE ARTZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORXIXG, MARCH 17, 1914
Al CHANCE for small investment,
living tent, 1 0x1 J ; two bonk tents,
"2x1(1; cook holism lent. 1(1x36, fur
nished with tables and cocking uten
s.'s including dishes fo." ;:." pc iple:
have 1." regular hoarders n"i( at $1.00
per day; must sell: oaly $:;oo,(Hi.
hitterhaugh & Carr. Tempo, Ariz;
phone Z". bp
Kill! SALE At saciificc. brick
building: business running $12iHi.uO
month. C;t!! on Mis. Dart. "10 North
First .'.vi:. bp
DRUG STORE $.1200 cash. Rest In
Arizona. Investigate this anil you
will own it. Address Box 3.VI2, Rc
IXt'OME business corner, 100xl37y.,
for sale at a sacrifice, for a few
lays only. Address Box SUGG Repub
10 HME PAPER
Directors Instruct Secre
tary to Publish Monthly
Bulletin in Form of News
paper Similar to Other
Phoenix Hoard of Trade will
a regular newspaper. Per-
was granted the secretary
IE YOU WANT TO get located In a
good paying business. See Cook with
J. S. Griffin, Alone. 4 West Adams St
Undertaking arid Embalming
K A STERLING & WHITNEY Un
dertakers and Einbalmers. 213 West
Washington St , rhoenix, Arizona, tf
MOHN, DRISCOLL &iTuS Un
dertakers, Embalmers and Funeral Di
rectors, 311 N. 1st Ave. tf
Undertakers Moore &Mcciei
lan; lady assistant, auto hearse. S29
West Adams St., Phone 601. tf
Tlil'lT TREES and ornamentals
Get a few trees of the coming peach,
tin- J. H. Hale. Our Giant Poplar is
the fastest growing shade tree.
OCR ROSES WILL PLEASE YOU
tint I'RI'IT TREES ARE THE PAY
ING KIND. OCR MOTTO IS: RELI
ABLE TREES AT RIGHT PRICES.
Ask about our bargain in 500 navel
orange trees, heavy stock. See us be
fore you buy.
PHOENIX ROSE GARDEN AND
S. E. COR. CENTRAL AVE. AND VAN
KUREN ST. PHONE 1412.
PHONE 1595 PHONE
For service Phone 1595. Cleaning,
pressing, dyeing and repairing, work
called for and delivered. Your patron
age solicited. Wolf's Cleanatorium. 13
East Adams Street. tf
THE GEORGE SISTERS have
moved to 510 AVest Washington.
yesterday to make arrangements for
a regular publication, to be issued as
the monthly news organ of the board,
modeled on the style paper gotten
out by boards of trade in other and
larger centers, and individualized by
the Salt River Valley, Phoenix, and
t!ie board of trade. The first issue j order the
of the new organ will make its ap- I to-wit:
pearance about the first of next
month. Beside, there were dozens
of other things done by the board at
the extra session.
A letter from the governor of the
state .asking the board of trade to
appoint delegates to the Irrigation
Congress to be held in Denver next
month, was read, and was referred
to the Water Users' Association, that
body being the proper place for such
appointments to eminate from.
The matter of tile Corn Club, Cot
ton Club and other farmers' club,
brought up by the University of Ari
zona, was referred to the Maricopa
County Farmers' Institute, and to the
principals of the several high schools
of this county. The board was asked
to lend their assistance in the secur
ing of funds for the clubs, but they
did not see that the matter lay in
their field of action.
Tile directors of the board asked
that the secretary rush the billiifc of ,
the Roosevelt roads that the travelers I
over the route will be able to know j
at all times just where they are and ;
how far they are from the nearest i
garage. The movement is in re- i
sponse to the announcement that the i
Raymond Whitcomb Tours have ar- j
ranged to route their trips over the
Globe-Phoenix road, and will be in ,
the line of work the board of trade
is conducting in making everything I
easy for the Arizona visitor. I
The securing of the Raymond i
Whitcomb Tours for this part of i
the state should really be attributed
to the board of trade, since they !
RESOLUTION NO. 671
A RESOLUTION OF THE COM
MON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
PHOENIX, DECLARING THEIR IN
TENTION TO IMPROVE THE AL
LEY IN BLOCK TWENTY-FOUR
OF THE ORIGINAL TOWNSITE OF
PHOENIX, AND DETERMINING
THAT BONDS SHALL BE ISSUED
TO REPRESENT THE COSTS AND
EXPENSES THEREOF, AND DE
CLARING THE WORK OR 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 THE PROPOSED WORK OR
! IMPROVEMENT SHALL BE DONE
i UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE
j IMPROVEMENT ACT OF 1!U2. AND
I SUBSEQUENT AMENDMENTS,
i HE IT RESOLVED, by the Com
mon Council or toe city oi inoenix:
Section 1. That the public interest
laid convenience require, and that it
is the intention of the Common
Council of the City of Phoenix to
following work to be done.
OK SI CARLOS;
Board of Trade Names the j
Committee to Draft Reso-j
lutions Urging Building!
of Storage Project on the j
Upper Gila River j
Stables and Corrals
THE HIGLEY Horse & Mule Co.,
has removed to 220 N. 7th Ave. We
buy and sell horses and mules. Phone
511). J. R. Lambert, Prop. 4-r
company to this state, nd to show
them the advantages of the Roosevelt
dam from a scenic viewpoint.
SANITARY HAND LAUNDRY,
rough dry, "5c; each bundle washed
separately. 706 N. 1st St. Phone 2876.
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
GET OUR PRICES
ON 14x20 OVAL FRAMES with con
vex glass. Real attractive. Phone
LONG'S PAINT HOUSE
37 N. 1st AVE. PHONE 1550. tf
BEST MADE fire extinguishers,
oderless, airtight, 5 years guarantee.
W'estern Chemical Fire Pail Co., 3rd
Ave and Jackson. Phone 1231. tf
ALL OVER BODY
Worse On Arms. Itched and Burned.
Sores Would Fester. Suffered Day
and Night. Cuticura Soap and
Ointment Completely Cured.
Attorney at Law
403 Fleming Blk. Phone 489.
CARPETS CLEANED Telephone
733, Electric Carpet Cleaners. tf
Stables and Corrals
NICE RIGS AND HORSES for rent.
Commercial Corral. Delivered to all
parts of the city from 8th Ave. and
Van Buren. Phone 1708. tf
FOR THE BEST IN LIVERY AND
boarding. Phone 1136.
THE WALKER STABLES
COR CENTER AND VAN BUREN
NU BONE CORSET Designed and
fitted according to the individual
needs of the figure. Comfortable, hy
gienic and stylish. Helen Jennings,
715 West Washington; phone 8689. tf
D. D. HORNING
For sale Lands in small or large
acreage; also city property.
INSURANCE AND LOANS
Office 411 West Monroe St.
Cor. 4th Ave. Phoenix
No. 2, Knights of
Pvtblas. meets 7:30
n m.. every Friday
E. Ice. C. C.
f.ir iv n Vowell. K. R. S
Thone" Office 5G7: Residence, 209R:
No. 70S Loyal Order
of Moose. Meetings
every Tuesday, I. O
O F. Hall. Visiting
brothers invited. Wal
ter J. Hayt, Dictator
Walter R. Van Tyne,
Hire a little salesman at Thr Re-
i.ii..a nffieA x Want Ad will see
R. F. I). No. 5, Sturjris. Mich. ' Last
summer I picked cucumbers about a week
before I noticed 1 being poisoned. All
at once I broke out with a terrible rash all
over my entire body. It looked like pimples
only was very mach smaller. On my arms
it seemed to he worse than any place else.
It would itch and burn ho I would scratch
and make small sores that would fester. 1
suffered day and nisht for about two weeks
but could And no reiiof.
" I used and and many
others but they all failed to brine relief.
At last I wa.s advised to try Cuticura
Soap and Ointment." Every two or tlire
times a day I wo'ild wash '.villi the Culirura
.Soar) and at niht I -on!'! apply tiic. Cuti
cura Oittimon!. After using them one mon'h
I was completely cured." (Signed) Miss
Clarr Mallory. :pt. 10. I!)':;.
TO REMOVE DANDRUFF
Prevent dry. t'lin and falling hair, nliay
itching and imiaiion of the scalp, remove
.'rusts and scales, and promote the growth
and beauty of the hair, frequent shampoos
with Cuticura Soap, assisted by occasional
dressinas with Cuticura Ointment. alTord a
most effective and economical treatment.
Cuticura Soap (2."r. and Cuticura Oint
ment (."lOr.) are sold by riruirgists and deal
ers everywhere.' , Liberal sample of each
mailed free, with :i2-p. Skin Hook. Address
post-card "Cuticura. Dept. T. Uoslon."
t g"yrn who shave and sli..nixm with Cu
ticura Soap w ill And it best for skin and scalp.
REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO.
:(5 East Adams: Overland 670. tf
ARCHITECTS A. BUILDERS
ATTENTION PROSPECTIVE BUILDERS
plans to suit free; if we do your work.
special attention to percentage work,
or will contract. At references. R.
A. Gray, architect. Green McAbee,
supt. construction. Room 7 Central
block. Phone 1 Office hours 2 to 5
P. M. S-dk
WHEN YOU .WANT A CAR for
short or long trips we have 4 at your
service. We assemble loads for Roose
velt. Phone 799 or 431. Cross & Bor
1. That the roadway of the alley
in Block .Twenty-four (24) of the
original townsite of Phoenix, includ
ing the alley intersection, and in
cluding also private drives, and ex
cepting such portions of said alloy
ns will be occupied by a cement con
crete gutter, where shown on the
plans hereinafter referred to, b-;
graded and paved with bitulithic
2. That a cement concrete gutter
be built along the center of the alley
in Block 24 in the original townsite
3. That a cement concrete curb
be buill along both sides of the roatl
v.ay of the alley in Block Twenty
four (24) of the original townsite of
Phoenix, excepting at the Intersection
of said roadway with private drives,
and excepting where a cement eon
ciete curb has already been built
and is in satisfactory condition as
shown by the plans hereinafter re
4. All of tile above work to be
done in accordance with a certain
set of plans approved and adopted
by the Common Council of the City
ot rhoemx on the 10 day of March,
1C14, and on file in the office of the
City Engineer of said city in Book
One of Street Improvement Plans or
Pages 172 and 173, and in further
accordance with Specifications Nos.
13. 20. 21 and 22 of the Citv of
Phoenix on file in the office of the j
lty Recorder of said city, and which
sail plans and specifications! are
hereby referred to for a mora par
ticular description of the said work
and made a part hereof.
I ciecuon j. xii at the said contem-
' plated work or improvement in the
( opinion of the Common Council is of
I more than local or ordinary public
i benefit and said Common Council
hereby makes the costs and expenses
of said work or improvement charge
able upon a district, and hereby de
j (lares that the distiict in said City
'of Phoenix benefitted by said work
oi improvement and to be assessed
to pay the costs and expenses there
' of is described as follows:
AH of Block Twenty-four (24) of
the original townsite of Phoenix.
Section 3. The City Engineer is
i hereby directed to make a diagram
of the district described hereinabove
i in Section 2 of this Resolution of
Intention, to be assessed to "pay the
j tests and expenses thereof. Such
diagram shall show each separate lot.
piece or pat eel of land in sakl dis
trict and the relative location of the
same to the work proposed to be
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
that serial bonds shall be issued to
represent each assessment of Twenty-five
(2j) Dollars or mole for the
icsts and expenses of sard work or
improvement. Said serial bonds shall
extend over a period ending nine !))
years from and after the second day
j of January next succeeding the date
I of said bonds, and an even annual
proportion of the principal sum there
of shall be payable by coupon on the
stcotul tlay of January every year
after their date until all is paid and
the interest shall be payable semi
annually by coupon on the second
day of January and July, respective
ly, of each year, at the rate of six
(t) per cent per annum on all sums
unpaid until the whole of said prin
cipal sum and interest are paid.
section j. The serial bonds herein
mentioned shall be issued in ac
cordance with the provisions of an
act of the Legislature of the State of
Arizona, known ami designated as the
"Improvement Act of 1912," approved
May 17, 1912, and all the proceedings
lr. the aforementioned improvements
shall also be taken under said "Im
provement Act of 11)12," and subse
Section 6. The City Recorder shall
certify to the passage of this Reso
lution of Intention, ami shall cause
the same to be published ten (10)
times in the Arizona Republican, a
o'aity newspaper published and circu
lated in the City of Phoenix anil
hereby designated for that purpose.
Section i. The Superintendent of
Streets of 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
Refeience is hereby made to the
Bitulithic Mixture License Agreement
of Warren Brothers Company of
Boston, Mass.. dated March 4. 11)14. on
file in theofficeof the City Recorder of
the City of phoenix.
I hereby certify that the above
'nd foregoing Resolution No. (;T1
was, duly passed by the Common
' ouncil -oi tne cite 0f Phiionix al
a meeting held March 10, 1914,
and that a ipinrum was present
In order to crystallize the sentiment
favor of the San i arms uuiu, m-
Phoenix Board of Trade, at the request
of numerous persons and organizations
has called together a committee on
resolutions, specially to draft the nec
essary articles. This committee is
named by the president and is com
B. A. Fowler.
Joseph H, Kibbey, ':
Geo. A. t lney.
W. S. Humbert.
J. H. McClintock.
his called to meet at the Board
Trade rooms Wednesday afternoon
Having had the honor to start things
! favoring the San Carlos dam eonstruc
I tion. some years ago. the Board of
I t,".i.. -mvifius to lake advantage of
the favorable report of the Army Hoard
to continue its boosting. Far from be
ins as selfish in this matter, as its ac
cusors woudl have it. the Salt River
Valley, by all the indications, is strong
ly in favor of developing the Gila Val
ley by means of storage darns and
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
IP . mm
SDJW' ! ''rank
' of Iowa.
This is a photograph of a home just completed in Kenilworth.
We will sell you this beautiful place for $5800, $2000 down, bal
ance as you like it. This is a home that cannot be thoroughly
appreciated until you have seen it. We will be glad to show you
Southwestern Building and
17 West Adams Street
New new-style fringes she must don
With many silken stitches;
But father wears his fringes on
The bottom of his breeches.
"They say that women have no sense
"Well, it's a good tiling."
"If a woman laughed heartily it
would endanger every button on those
tight gowns." Kansas City Journal.
plant a hive of bees on the window
sill. Five dollars wili stih't a swarm
going and the yield should be suf
ficient for a year. The little ani
mals arc clean and neat, of capable
habits and few vices. After a day's
work in Central Paik they are guar
anteed to return home as faithfully
as a commuting husband.
Il may be protested that a city
swarming with bees would mean tn
novance and pain. But this notion
ignores the well known customs of
New Yorkers. When a man has
been stung by his janitor, the In
terboro, his laundry, the ticket spec
ulator and two hat cheek boys,
among many others, year In and year
out. what could a mete bee do?
New York Tribune.
The man behind the gun
Is the man who does the work;
The man behind the bar
Is he who pulls the cork;
The man behind the throne
Is he who draws the string.
And J".it behind the bee
You'll always find the sting.
"Has i nvens ever paid back
10 you loaned him a year ago."
"Oh, yes: he borrowed $2r more
from me last week and only took
Happiness fer me an' you
You ain't got none to sell me;
Ef all yo' dreams wuz comin' true
You'd be too mad to tell me!
Eaton Why donf you think Pen
lam will ever be. a literary light?
Singley Because he won't break
away from his combination.
Eaton His combination?
Sjngley Yes. He tries .to imitate
Robert Browning's style and doesn't
try not to imitate Josh Billings'
BEES FOR NEW YORKERS
a clever suggestion of Mr.
. Pellet, state bee inspector
that city flat dwellers should
PihoeimiLx's Best Bey
60x145 Lots $550
- -T - - A RESIDENTIAL PARK
Its ill Phoenix, and with all the improvements the other sections will have to pay to ft later on.
Hire a little salesman at Thy Re-
puoiican oirice. A Want Art wl I see
more customers than von can.
TWO BLOCKS NORTH OF THE STATE CAPITAL
It has gas and electric light, city water, sewer, cement curbs
and walks.street parking, shade trees and palms, Pergola entrances.
$50 Down and $15 per Month
GREENE & GRIFFIN
127 North Center St.
more customers than you can.
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