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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORXIXG, APRIL 10, 1914
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
THE STATE OF ARIZONA, IN
AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
In ilm Mutter-of the Estate of Enoch
Nut ice of Sale of Real Estate at
XOTK 'E IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
in pursuance of an order of the
Fuperior Court of the State of Ari
sen:!, in and for the County of
M:irii-oi.-i, ma-de on 28 day of March,
1HH, in the matter of the estate of
Kniu h Williams, deceased, the under
signed, the Administrator of said es
tate will sell at private sale, to the
highest bidder, subject to eonfirma
t on by said Superior Court, on W'ed
i.esday, the ITith day of April, 1U14,
at Tu oVin-l; a. m., at the office of
said administrator, 1)4 YVcst Wash
ington street in the City of Phoenix
in the saii.1 County of Maricopa,
Mate of Arizona, the following de
scribed real property, to-it: Lots
4'! and -II in Highland Addition to
the City of Phoenix. Also Lot 7 in
Highland Addition to the City of
Phoenix, all in Maricopa County,
Tunis of sale: Cash in hand.
CEO. A. MIXTZ,
Administrator of the Estate. of
Dated March 28, 1914.
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
M, Eliingson & Sons
Dealers in ITay and Grain,
Seed Grain, Seed Oats,
Feed Oats, Rolled Barley,
Alfalfa Seed, Grain Bags,
If you have a Perfection, Revonec,
Florence Automatic or a Peerless
oil stove, I have the oil that is
guaranteed and recommended by
PHOENIX OIL CO.
Open Day and Night
REOEWILL MUSIC CO.
Established in 1881
224 West Washington St.
Pianos Rebuilt apd Refinished
PRESCRIPTION WORK Is a spe
cialty with us' that places our
store A Class.
EVERYBODY'S DRUG STORE '
AUTOMOBILE TIME TABLE
Quicker and cheaper than train
Fare, Globe, $15; $25 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
Phaw's Smoke House. IV. A. HILL,
Prop., 23 N. Second Ave.
TOM & SING'S
Regular Meals, 35 Cents
Short Orders All Night.
26 North Center, Phoenix.
Get your order In now. The beat
stock ever shipped to Arizona.
T. M. MELVILLE NUR8ERIES
Phoenix and Chandler
1st & Polk St. Alabama SL
WHEN YOU HAVE ANY
DONE, SEE THAT THIS
Is on It, or "hat It Is done by
one of the firms below, who
are entitled to use It
ARIZONA STATE PRESS
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SOUTH SIDE NEWS
Horace B. Grtffen, agent for
Tempo, will care for news, sub
scriptions and advertising In the
Tempe department Office with
A. Nlelson & Co.
RALPH THEW WILL BE
LAID 10 REST TODAY
Tempe" Saddened By Awful News of
Accidental Death of Popular
The saddest biow that has struck
Tempe in many a long month was
the news received yesterday of the
death near Walnut Grove in Yava
pai county of Ralph Thew, a well
known Tempe boy. The body ar
rived last evening about midnight
and the funeral services will occur
from the First Methodist church at
10 o'clock, following a short service
in the home at 9:30. The services
will be conducted by Rev. Wilbur
Fisk, and interment will be made in
Double liutte cemetery. Thew has
1-ved here' ever since he was a small
boy of four years of age. He count
ed many friends who have watched
him grow from childhood to manhood
almost. He has attended school reg
ularly and on account of his devo
tion to his work had endangered his
health, which necessitated his trip to
the mountains in search of rest.
Charles Thew, a brother of the de
ceased, accompanied by his family,
arrived in Tempe this evening from
Hayden to attend the funeral ser
vices and to be with the other mem
bers of the family.
A special feature is billed for the
Goodwin opera house tonight in the
person of Count tie Galvez. who per
forms feats of magic, is a ventrilo
quist, and works many' stunts for the
amusement of the spectators. He will
be assisted in his performance by other
members of his troupe.
Along with this feature, the usual
four reels of motion pictures will be
shown. The bill is: "The Surf Maid
ens." a breezv beach comedy: 'Animat
ed Weekly," showing all the latest, and
"Shon, the Piper," a two-reel Scotch
The ladies of the Maccabees will give
a chicken pie supper on Friday evening,
April 17, in the Odd Fellows hall. Be
side furnishing all that could be de
sired in the way of eats, the ladies
have prepared a pleasing program for
the entertainment of their guests. This
will be given free and will be conduct
ed in the main hall.
ILL WITH TYPHOID
Miss Irene Robbins of this town is
suffering with a severe attack of ty
phoid fever. She is employed in the
Gilbert school and was forced to give
up her work a few days ago, not feel
ing well. Her condition has assumed
more serious aspects and typhoid fever
has set in in earnest.
Pete Larsen and Andrew Jepsen,
both well known local farmers, left on
Wednesday afternoon in the latter's
machine for the Globe and Miami
country. They will remain several days
on a combined pleasure and business
COOKED FOOD SALE
The ladies of the Christian church
will hold a cooked food sale Saturday,
April 11, in the .forenoon. The sale
will be at 10 o'emck and will be at the
Birchett Bros.' store, continuing until
the supply of good things is exhausted.
FIRST PLACE AT T. H. S.
Miss Mabel Parker ,a pupil of the
Tempe high school and specializing in
the department of commerce, was
awarded the small cash prize offered
You'll Crow Over
"GETS-IT" for Corns!
It Will Startle You How "GETS-IT"
Gets Corns Every Time
"One, two three!" That's about as
long as it takes you to apply "GETS
IT," the new-plan, simplest, surest
corn cure the world has ever seen.
Corn fussing is all over. Corns, corn
TMt l No Place For a Crow. Her Corna Are
All Com-. Sh Mu.t H.v. Used 'GETS-IT.'"
pains and calluses are absolutely
done for, from the minute you apply
"GETS-IT." Forget the bother of
useless plasters, greasy salves that
spread and make toes s.ore and raw,
little doughnut cotton rings that press
on corns, forget knives, razors, scis
sors and the dangers of blood poison
from drawing blood, and the con
traptions and harnesses that simply
make corns worse. "GETS-IT" never
hurts the flesh, never fails.
"GETS-IT" is sold by all druggists,
25c a bottle, or sent direct by E.
Lawrence & Co., Chlcago.Advertise
Mr. Gibbons at Everybody's Drug
Store will care for subscriptions,
advertising, and news of the
Mesa department. Phone 291 and
The Mesa Egyptian Cotton Ex
change received a wire yesterday
from McFadden Brothers of Pro
vidence, Rhode Island, which read,
"Draw on us for $10,0no." The mean
ing of the message is that the
growers of long staple Egyptian cot
ton in the Mesa section have just J
been made the beneficiaries in an
other dividend declaring stunt which
is not yet over. There yet remain
several bales with McFadden
lirothers unaccounted for as well as
a few bales shipped to Liverpool
which have been sold but for which
no account sales has been received.
In addition to the several dividends
that will be coming within
time. There vet remains forty-two
teles on the local yards whic are
the result of the ginning finished
only a week ago. In other words the
late seasons crop has not been
shipped but it is thought that it will
move out sometime next week. There
is a demand but the local exchange
is sparring for best prices and best
In order that there may be no
confusion relative to the $10,00)
which has been received and its
pro rata it is desired by the ex
change officers that the information
lie circulated that the money which
has been revived will be distributed
as soon as convenient. However,
there nre a few things that should
be understood. The. commission
firm has not sent an account sales.
In other words there are certain
charges against every bale of cotton
for freight, insurance, storage, etc.
The local officials do not have that
information nor can they get it un
til the commission men forward it.
Just as soon as it arrives the book
keepers will commence the task of
paying out the money to the grow
ers according to 'the interest they
had in the McFadden shipments
which are included in the $10,000
and also making up an accompanying
statement showing the total expenses
incurred and amounts due. This is
a laborious task and it would be
much more convenient of course if
the cotton could be sold in one big
lump for cash, but in order to get
the most out of the product the ex
change has preferred to use the com
mission plan which has proved the
wiser course to pursue.
"The Wolf." one of the strongest
productions appearing in the Mesa
opera house this season was excep
tionally well received In- a splendid
house. The lines, while decidedly
striking in their originality were well
handled by the cast. The scenery,
the woods of the northwest was well
arranged and was a feature of the
production. The production was re
freshing from the fact that it was
in the hands of artists
because of its ability
from the usual run o!
to take one
The lane bisecting section 14, lo
cated northeast of Mesa between the
Brimhall and Mumford tracts, is to
be made Into a county road and will
open up a new highway to the divi
sion gates. The improvement Is need
ed and will do much toward improv
ing that section of the country.
' MISSIONARY DAY
The missionary day of the Meth
odist church will be held today at
the home of Mrs. B. L. Marsh near
WILL SERVE EASTER BREAK
FAST The Mesa Library board will serve
Easter breakfast, Tuesday, April 14
by Rev. C. II. Da ins for the best repro
duction of his monthly address to that
institution. The address was delivered
from the platform to the student body
with several from the commercial body
present to take it in short hand. The
notes were transcribed with the result
that Miss Parker lead with a good av
erage. A FAREWELL PARTY
The ladies of the Congregational
Aid society gave Mrs. Harry Walker a
surprise and farewell party Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. G.
Corson. Mrs. Walker, with her hus
band and daughter, has resided in the
vicinity of Tempe for the past sixteen
years, most of the time within the city
The family left this morning for
their old home at Washington, Iowa,
where they will mak their permanent
residence. The many friends will miss
them, but extend their best wishes.
"There's no pleasing some peo
ple," said the janitor.
"What's the trouble?"
"A family upstairs telephoned me
that they were trying to play "The
Anvil Chorus" on the piano, and
wouldn't I please regulate the knock- j terday morning from Wier City, Kan
ing of the radiator so as to keep in sas, from a man who wants to know
time to the music." something about Washington naval
oranges. Mr. Beville went out into
the nursery, selected a tree covered
with blossoms, packed it carefully
and started, it out on the first express.
RETURNED TO HER HOME
Mrs. Eleanor Dorman, mother of
W. S. Dorman and Mrs. AV. T.
Tweedy, after spending the winter
here the guest of her children left
yesterday for her home in California.
Bert Wingar and family. Dr. Pal
Tier and family, J. L. Wariui? and
J. J. Frazer were amons
attended the Rose Croix
in Phoenix yesterday
PROVING UP ON HOMESTEADS
l.oranzo McEntire and Jas. G. Mc
Entire went to Phoenix yesterday u r
the purpr.se of making final three
year priw.f on their lands six miles
east of Higley. The section around
liitrley is- rapidly becoming patented
SUNDAY SCHOOL LiTTLE
ONES PLAN PROGRAM
The children of Hayden's primary
Sunday school class have arranged to
give an entertainment at the theater
here on the evening of the 17th. It will
u0 piv-n in ,..-.YiTio.ti uii(li tYta rcirii.
lar moving picture performance. They
have announced the event in the fid
lowing attractive little verse:
"We are not afraid to work,
We were never known to shirk,
We are primary Sunday school kids
And for your assistance now make our
We want to help furnish our Sunday
For on April 17th we are going to as
sume The responsibility of giving a. play,
The best you have seen in many a day,
And at the National theater, for a
small sum of money,
Will give you something that is good
and that is funny.
Just now the prospects are bright
for the construction of a first-class
baseball diamond here in the very near
future, and all local fans are jubilant.
The proposed site is just north of the
mill dormitories in North Hayden and
an accurate survey of the ground will
be made within the next few days to
obtain a quite accurate estimate of the
cost. Several of our merchants have
already expressed their willingness to
contribute liberally to a fund for the
work, and there seems no doubt that
an ample sum can be raised with little
R. P. Dunlap, land agent for the
copper company at Ray, is quite ill
in the hospital there, but it is now re
ported to be improving and will prob
ably be out again soon.
Embry C. Stults went to Phoenix on
Wednesday, where he will be detained
for a few days orl business.
L. S. Gates. T. T. Moffat and A. J.
MacLean made a flying trip to Tufv-on
in the Cates automobile Tuesday aft
ernoon. Messrs. Cates and Moffat re
turned in the evening, but Mr Mae
Lean remained over a few days in the
Miss Bruce, nurse at the local hos
pital, has gone to New York to be gone
several months and may decide to re
main there permanently.
O. H. Smith, of the copper compa
ny's warehouse, has filed his resigna
tion, to take effect in the near future.
He intends to go to Juneau, Alaska, to
accent a position with the Alaska-
Gastineau Mining company.
On Tuesday evening, Edward Nie
buhr entertained the young men of the
copper company general office at a
smoker complimentary to John M.
Beattie, whose leaving for Hurley, N.
M., has been announced for the near
future. At the close of a. most enjoy
able evening, the Dutch lunch was
served by the host. The occasion
which was Intended as a good-bye
event, was made happier by being
transformed into a welcome when it
became known that only a few hours
before Mr. Beattie had changed his
plans entirely and will accept a better
position with the copper company at
Ray instead of going to New Mexico.
He will leave for Rav some time this
at Knights of Pythias hall. The la
dies of the city are joining with
their several organizations and the
event gives promise of being one of
the most largely attended events of
the kind this season.
The local police officers have been
apprised of the shooting of three
horses with a shotgun three miles
east of the city. The animals are
maimed and may be crippled so that
they will be useless. It is believed
that the crime was committed with
malicious intent and a thorough
search is to be made to apprehend
the guilty party.
COPLAN GETS CONTRACT
A. Coplan, the Mesa carpenter, se
cured the contract for the erection
of the Lehi school building. The
contract price was $11,000. The
structure is to be of cement brick
with four large class rooms, one au
ditorium, principal's office, library
room but no basement. The build
ing Is tj rover 58 by 111 feet. It is
to be the old mission style of archi
tecture. SENT ORANGE TREES TO KAN
SAS Paul Baxter Beville of the Mesa
City nurseries received an order yes-
NOTICE TO BOND BUYERS
SALE OF MESA UNION HIGH
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received at the office
cf the Board of Supervisors of Mari
copa County, in the city of Phoenix,
Arizona, until ten o'clock A. M-
MONDAY, APRIL TWENTIETH,
for the purchase of one hundred fif
ty (150) Mesa Union High School
Bonds, with accrued interest. Said
Bonds being in denomination of Ono
Thousand Dollars each, amounting in
the aggregate to the sum of One
Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars
(1150,000.00) and bearing Interest at
six (&) per cent per annum, pay
able semi-annually. Said Bonds to
te dated May first, 1914, and pay
able twenty years from the date
thereof. Both principal and interest
payable in Gold Coin, Lawful Money
cf the United States, at the office of
the Treasurer of Maricopa County
Ponds to be delivered to the pur
chaser thereof in the city of Phoenix,
Arizona, at the office of the Clerk of
the Board of Supervisors of said
These Bonds are Issued under the
authority of Title XI. Revised Stat
utes of Arizona, 1913.
The opinion of Messrs. Dillon,
Thompson & Clay, Attornevs. of the
City of New York, as to the validity
of the Bonds will be furnished to the
All bids must be unconditional ex
cept as to favorable opinion by
Messrs. Dillon, Thompson & Clay,
and must be accompanied by a cer
tified check upon a National Bank
or upon a bank in Arizona, for Five
Thousand Dollars payable to the
Treasurer of Maricopa County, which
check shall be forfeited In case of
refusal or omission of the successful
bidder to accept the Bonds and make
payment therefor within thirty days
from date of award. No bid for less
than par value and accrued interest
to date of delivery will be received.
The checks of unsuccessful bidders,
will be returned upon rejection of
each bid. Bids at a rate of interest
l-jss than six (0) per cent will be
The Board expressly reserves the
right to reject any and all bids or to
waive any informality in any bid.
Bids will be opened by said Board
on Monday, April 20th, 1914, at ten
o'clock A. M. and thereafter consid
ered. Bids must be sealed and addressed:
James Miller, Jr., Clerk Board of
Supervisors. Phoenix. Arizona, and
marked on outside of envelope: "High
School Bond Proposal."
By order of Board of Supervisors,
JAMES MILLER. JR.,
ntuwxjvvJG N.l TJ 9F.
Prescott City Schools,
(District No. One, Yavapai County)
April 4. 1914.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
The Board of School Trustees of
School District No. One, Yavapai
County, Arizona (Prescott City
Schools), will receive sealed propos
als up to the hour of 2 P. M-, Mon
day, May 4, 1914, at the office of said
Board in the Washington School
Building,, Prescott, Arizona, for furn
ishing all required material and la
bor for the erection and completion
of a brick High School Building and
a Manual Arts Building and for the
improvement and putting in shape of
an Athletic Field, in accordance with
the plans, drawings and specifica
tions prepared therefor by Wm. J.
Bliesner, Architect, l.os Angeles, Cal.
Bids will be received separately for
the different parts of the work as
A For the General Contract for
the High School Building and for the
Manual Arts Building, inclusive of
wiring for electric light and power
current and for telephones, and in
clusive of the wrecking of the pres
ent structures on the premises and
the construction of front steps and
approach to the High School Build
B For the Plumbing for said
C For the Heating and Ventilat
D For the Program Clock System
E For the Athletic Field, com
plete, inclusive of the wrecking and
removal of present retaining walls,
walks and steps on premises, and
the grading of the entire property.
Contractors will bid with the ex
pectation that the contract into
which they are willing to enter, will
include the requirement that the
Manual Arts Building, above men
tioned, shall be completed by Sept
ember 1, 1914.
A certified check in the amount of
5 of the amound of the bid, drawn
in favor of J. II. Blain, Clerk of said
Board of School Trustees will be
required as a guarantee that the
bidder will within ten days after
notification of acceptance of his bid,
enter into a contract and furnish
the necessary bonds, said check to be
forfeited to the said Board of
School Trustees in case the contract
or should fail to execute the contract
and bonds as above mentioned.
Copies of the plans may be se
cured at the office of said Board of
School Trustees, Prescott, Arizona,
at the office of W. B. Barr, National
Bank of Arizona Building, Phoenix,
Arizona, and at the office of the
Architect, lfiOO Highland Avenue, Los
A deposit of twenty dollars ($20.00)
will be required from contractors re
ceiving plans, the deposit to be re
funded upon the return of the plans
in good condition. '
The said Board of . Trustees re
serves the right to reject any and
aJl . bids.
' By order of the said Board of
School Trustees, District No. One.
Yavapai County, Arizona, dated
April 4. 1914.
X HARVEY BLAIN,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
STATE OF ARIZONA, IN AND FOR
THE COUNTY OF MARICOPA
In the Matter of the Estate of WOLF
SACHS, Deceased. NOTICE OF or less according to Government sur
SALE OF REAL ESTATE. vey, ail in Maricopa County, Arizona
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That , together with water rights for 152 acres
in pursuance of an order of the Super- i of land in the Peninsular Ditch wiffi
ior Court of the State of Arizona, in j full rights of way through said Pen
and for the County of Maricopa, made I insular Ditch to said land: being 297.8S
on the 24th day of March. 1914, in the
matter of the Estate of Wolf Sachs,
deceased, the undersigned, the Admin
istrator of the Estate of Wolf Sachs,
deceased, will sell at private sale, to
the highest bidder, subject to confir
mation by said Superior Court, on
Thursday, the 9th day of April, 1914,
at ten o'clock A. M., at 225 East Wash-
ington Street, in the City of Phoenix, under an order of Court duly made in
in the said County of Maricopa, State that behalf: All the right, title and in
of Arizona, the following described real j terest of the Estate in those certain
property, to-wit: All that portion of the leases held by the decedent on the
South 2 of the Southeast of Section j Southwest s4 of the Southwest Vt of
35 in Township 1 North of Range 1
East of the G. & S- R. B. & M., lying
North and East of the Indian Reserva
tion boundary approved Feb. 9, 1901,
and containing 47.63 acres, more or
less, and all of that portion of the
North VS of the Northeast of Sec
tion 2 in Township 1 South of Range
1 East of the G. S. R. B. & M., lying
North and East of said reservation line
and containing 10.20 acres more or less,
all in Maricopa County, Arizona, to
gether with the right of way through
the Lambeye Ditch for water, from Salt
River necessary to irrigate said land.
And the Northeast ',4 of Section 1 of
Township 1 South of Range 1 East of
the G. & S. R. B. & M., and Lots 4 and
5 of Section C, or the west V of the
Northwest of Section 6, Township 1
South of Range 2 East of the G. & S.
R. B. ik M., containing 80 acres more
Cotton Growers Attention Buy your cotton field
machinery at Kunz Bros. & Messinger and save
money. Let us show7 you.
. Nestor Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pumps, Etc.
ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPLY CO.
3rd Ave. and Jackson "We Have the Stock" Phoenu
Automobiles Garages Accessories
PHI pi W. W. CATLIN CO, State Agents
DUIull Oarage and Salesrooms
313 North Central Avenue ' . Phone 1450
AUO SUPPLY CO.
4-WHEEL DRIVE TRUCK
1 TON TO 6 TONS
RED AND COLE
$1900.00 F. O. B. PHOENIX
PS -GJRi?E toco
1 dl N. Uen. AV6. uuuu
Ford Motor Cars
Paige-Detroit Service House. -
Try A Republican Want Ad
acres, more or less, in said tract.
Terms of sale: Not less than sixty
per cent cash, balance secured by notes
and mortgages on said property; pay
able within one year, with inter
est at 8 per cent per annum. If sold
in subdivisions cash payments to be
pro rated. The Administrator will
also sell at the same time and place.
Section 3(5, Township 1 North, Range 1
East, and on the land in the Southeast
corner of the Southeast and part of
the Southwest Vt of the Southeast M,
South of Prices' Ditch, Section 36,
Township 1 North, Range 1 East, G. &
S. R. B. AL- M., containing 40 acres more
or less, all in Maricopa County, Arizo-
I na, being eighty acres of school land
altogether, together with all improve
ment on trie above described school
land; said Administrator being ordered
to sell said leases and improvements
above described at private sale for
cash and to the highest bidder. Bids
will be received for the whole of the
above described premises or subdivis
ions thereof. Bids must be in writing.
A. S. HERZBERG.
Administrator of the Estateof
Wolf Sachs, deceased.
Dated March 30. 1914.
AUTOMOBILES Kverythlng for ties
automobile carried In stock.
f'lrt and Van Buren Street
Vulcanizing of all kind dona
promptly, work guaranteed
out of tow, work solicits,
210 Sell Washlngtoa Btree
Overland phone Ml
U. S. TIRES, OILS. GREASE
EVERYTHING BUT THE AUTO.
517 N. Central Ave. Phone 1071
MOTOR CARS W. A. Horreli
521 N. Central Phone 1223 '
Expert Service Men
"Alive at Both Ends."
F. A. Eberlein, State Agent
235 W. Waahington St.
P. O. Box 1072. Phoenix
THE CARR AUTO CO.
Storage and Repairing
Open Day and Night
108-10 N 2nd Ave.
"scar Irvin, Agent
Garage 229 East Adams St.
Phone 539 or 596
ARIZONA AUTO CO.
302 N. Central Avenue
F. E. Huffer, Manager
.. Paptarrl MtAtthur
i uuivui u Brothers
THJi BAKUST RIDING CAR ON TH wnm
8E0. HAGEMAN, Distributer for Arlteaa
Cornar Second and Ada ma Street
passenger, J42S Runabout, $171.
m-I19 E. Adams Bt Agent fer
Maricopa county agent for Hendrla
More Mileage, More Speed, More Power,
SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR CO,
309-315 N. Central Ave.
Best equipped machine shop la southwest. Complete
stock of accessories.
OVERLAND AUTO CO,
Phone 686. 326 N. Centrsl Ave.
Paige 25 J1075. Paige 36 J1390. P. O.
B. Phoenix Completely equipped. Phone
1545 for demonstration.
A. W. NEWTON
235 West Waah 8t
Lamps, Windshields and Fender repairing. Ws
replace glasses In Windshields, Allumlnum 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
Goodyear No-Rtm-Cut Tlrea
Special motorcycle delivery
to out-of-town breakdowaa.
Accessories and supplies.