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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1914.
PAGE SEVEN THE SOUTH SIDE NEWS Note: The Republican has appointed Horace B. Grlffen, Jr., aa lta general South Side agent. Mr. Grlffen Is authorized to make collections and to accept orders for The Republican, also for ad vertising and Job work. All remittances, complaints, etc., should be made to Mr. Grlffen. Office with Butterbaugh and Carr, Tempo, Arizona. Phone 63. TEMPE NORMAL PRESIDENT OFF FOR HE. A. CONVENTION Prof. A. J. Matthews Goes to St. Paul to Meet With National Educators THE NEWS OF THE DAY HAYDER I Political activity through Gila coun ty in connection with the fall pri maries is already manifesting itself. Several ndmination papers of aspirants to different offices weie passed about n from Desert ' here the early part of the week. Ed. Babby is mak- T. Stewart asks to be allowed to suc- IN FROM DESERT WELLS. Fred Babby was Wells yesterday. M' ing an attempt to secure assistance jceed himself as county recorder; Wal- for the erection of a tourist hotel at ter Nash is out for the office of su his location seven miles east of Mesa jPervlsor; Geo. F. Senner for county in the event that the Southern Pa- attorney; Frank L. Gates for super cific tourist traffic is routed throuch jintendent of schools; J. W. Went worth President A. J. Mathews of the Tem pe Normal school of Arizona left Sat urday night on a visit to the east where he will divide his time between school duties, the National Education asso ciation and his own pleasure for the next month. The annual meeting of the educators to be held in St. Paul, Minn., next week is the magnet in drawing Mr. Matthews away at this time. Since he must go, other duties requiring his attention in the east, will be taken care of at the same time. From here Mr. Matthews went to Los Angeles where he will take care of a few business matters and secure his roundtrip ticket for his eastern trip. From the coast Prof. Matthews goes direct to Chicago to spend a few days in the interest of the normal making the annual purchase of school supplies and equipment to be used in the new buildings. Saturday morning will find the nor mal's president in St. Paul ready for the first session of the National Edu cation Council which convenes Satur day, Sunday and Monday. Of the one hundred members of this association. Prof. Matthews numbers as one of the few representatives from the south west. Germany and France and sever al other foreign countries are also rep resented in the council. The remainder of next week will be devoted to sessions of the National Ed ucation association which will be at tended by thousands of educators from all parts of the country. Out of the sixteen years that President Matthews has been a member oithis body, he has failed to attend but twice. Last year the convention was held at Salt Lake City. President Matthews will return by way of Montana where he will enjoy the valley the latter part of July by a short visit with his daughter Mrs. Edgar Hendrix. Mesa for the coast next year. He states that he has already taken the matter up with a number of the com mitteemen who are interested in the road building and that he has re ceived assurances that the proposi tion will be considered. for county clerk, and Geo. W. Mullins for county assessor. Directly following the past pay-day there was an unusually busy period in our local justice court following an exceptionally busy day with the local police officers. F. Diaz, J. Martinez and Juan Lopez were all up for "lough-housing" over in San Pedro, the Mexican quarter and the first two CARSON UNDER ARREST. Justice Irwin was notified yes terday morning that Chief of Police were awarded fines of five dollars Sebastian of Los Angeles had in each wnile the thlrd &"ot twenty-five, charge one George Carson wanted M- Hanson and H. Jucques were fined at this place for an alleged assault dollars and twenty-five dollars upon the person of A. R Welch four respectively for assault, miles south of Mesa. committed I Frank M. Pool motored over to Ray sometime in March last. According and Superior Wednesday, to wVh Kh I Ed Pratt made a short visit to the ir.g and raising poultry and garden truck in partnership. They had at tempted to dissolve the partnership and the trouble resulted. Welch slates that he was standing washing the dishes and that Carson, who weighs nearly twice as much as he, struck him on the top of the head with a claw hammer rendering hltn unconscious. Carson immediately dis appeared and it was thought that he had gone to Winkleman. However, on Wednesday of last week, Welch notified the local officers that the man's trunk has been sent from Chandler to Los Angeles and the chief of that place was immediately notified with the above result. The Los Angeles officials claim that Car son states that he struck Welch in self defense and to save his life. He claims that Welch was holding a shot gun on him at the time that he used the hammer. The case is some what complicated from the fact that Welch claims that twenty-five of the turkeys he had raised disappeared last week. Skin tortures will yield to Resinol IF you have eczema, ringworm or other itching, burning, un sightly kin eruptions, try Resinol Ointment aud Resinol Soap n(l see how quickly the itching xps and the trouble dis appears, even in severe, stubborn cases. Resinol Ointment is also an excellent household remedy for pimples, dandruff, sores, barns, wounds, boils, and for a score of other uses where a soothing, heaI- ing application is needed. Resinol contains nothing of a harsh or injurious nftturw and can be used with confidence on the tanderest or most irri tated surface. Practically every drug gut sells Resinol Ointment (50c and and Resinol Soap t25i.!. Fw tr ai f-ea, write to Dept. 45-S. Ii-inoI. Balutna Md. Avoid worthless imitations. certified check upon a National Bank or upon a Bank in Arizona, for One Thousand Dollars payable to the Treasurer of Maricopa County, No bid fov less than par value and ac crued interest to date of delivery will be received. The checks of unsuc cessful bidders will be returnd upon rejection of each bid. Bids' at a rate of interest less than six (6) per cent will be considered. The Board expressly reserves the right to veject any and all bids or to waive any informality in any bid. Bids will be opened by said Board on Monday, July 20th, 1914, at eleven 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 the outside of envelope: "District Number Thirty-Three Bond Proposal." By order of Board of Supervisors, Maricopa County, James Miller, Jr., Clerk. CHANDLER A IT IS NOW "MR. AND MRS." Edmund Gibson and his bride of but a week's time, arrived in Tempe Satur day from Lansing, Mich., to make their future home here. Mr. Gibson spent six months""of the ' past winter and spring in the valley at the local labo ratory of the United States bureau of entomology. He left on the fifth of June bound direct for the home town of Mrs. Gibson in Michigan, where they were married just a week ago Satur day. Immediately following the wed ding the young couple left for Chicago, where they enjoyed a few days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Gibson will be at home to their friends in Tempe at the W. H. Perry residence on E. Sixth street. water bills for the current month at the office of the town clerk in the city hall between the first and tenth. From the tenth to the twen tieth a ten per cent additional charge day at the home of the Dride. 'capital city the early part of the week. Messrs. Studley and Ed. Taylor took a run up to Araviapa canon Wednes day in Mr. Taylor's auto to be pres ent at the big San Juan day celebra tion being held there. John M. Beattie and Mrs. Lottie Hotchkiss were united in matrimony Wednesday In Phoenix. This news comes as a surprise to the many Hay- den friends of both the contracting parties. Mr. and Mrs. Beattie were both residents of Hayden for a num ber of months until Mr. Beattie was recently transferred to Ray where he holds a responsible position with the copper company, and the bride left here to make her home temporarily in Phoenix. They will be at home in the mining city. Walter Nash went to Globe Thurs day having several , prisoners in charge. The ball game between the Ray team and the Hayden Smelter boys that was to have been played here next Sunday afternoon will be played in Ray instead. This arrangement was made on account of the fact that the Ray team will be in Hayden on the Fourth of July. Roy Beck and Miss Josie Drew were united in matrimony in Phoenix Tues- Mr. vwu ue maue against ail aennquent , ih mrw. r.t h nr.n bills. On the twenty-first, the pat- per company here and the bride a rons still delinquent with theh- pay- charming young woman of the capital ments will find themselves without :cjty water until the accounts are set- tied. A charge of a dollar is also The Ray Con8 -invincibles" laid levied here on this date, shutting off down tnat tltle on the nome ground and turning on the water. From .Friday afternoon before the merci this it may be seen that the wise.iess onslaught of the reorganized idea is to call during the first ten winkelman team. It was a good game days of each month and settle up 'although there was never any doubt with the city. Either the clerk or as , thP final outcome after the city marshal will be found at the visitors landed on Goss for five runs town nail any time during the day. in the first three innines. Goss did not exhibit his usual control and af ter the fourth gave way to Smiley BEANS HARVESTED Thrashing beans in June is a rather unusual sight in any country, but the crew on the Loftus ranch south of Chandler started the thrasher on their Tepary bean crop today. A good crop has been harvested from raw land, and is proof that on Chandler soil beans will be one of the paying crops. CHANDLER PEACHES RIPEN Mrs. J. W. Heffner, who is the proud owner of the first peach orchard plant ed in Chandler two. years ago, is de lighting her friends with some delici ous early peaches. The fruit is of good size and exceptional flavor for June stock. Guy Tyler, who is developing desert land south of Chandler, brought to O. T. Peabody of the Chandler Improve ment company on Friday last, the first saucer peaches ever grown in the val ley. They were in every way equal to the California fruit and were about ten days earlier. AT THE SAN MARCOS F. W. Barlow and wife, L. Pinwell and wife. Miss Harrington and Mr. C. Brooks motored over from Glendale and enjoyed dinner on the roof garden. The evening was ideal for entertaining friends in the open air and the roof garden proved popular to many per sons from various parts of the valley. Among those who enjoyed the evening at dinner were J. B. Cook with his wife and son from Tempe, Chas. Kor nick, Abe Kornick. Phoenix, Miss Josephine Rumney, Thelma Francis. Jas. S. Higley and R. W. Anderson of Phoenix. Attorney Price of Chandler was prominent among those who spent the evening on the ball room floor. Webster J. Lewis ha3 returned from Chicago with his mother and Miss "Helen Gross. He reports it very un comfortable in the east and was glad to return to the Salt River valley. BOOTLEGGERS SOAKED RETURNED TO NOGALES aenor r.ancisco Perez left Tempe wno did clever work through the rest ff;r his home at Nogales Saturday ' 0f the game. mgnt. ferez IS in Charge of an es- Tho P Cnm ..lntro-ora met their tate or Detween 600 and 700 head of Waterloo in the person of Johnson ' ra Tiff A MIT I A W hlnVi n-ora hrmiaVit n . . i .1 i i i 1 Tnm rc t ..w.v-.s ' v- ""-'"feu i. w uie souinpaw wiiu uiu uits inuuim sn7L,rnZZrr; no'"enJ TemPe recently from Guaymas. The work for the visitors, and their repu senten1;; " ?TZ?LZSZ , tUe . noW " asture "ere. ! tations in this particular Cass of work vine,,, v- ..n .-7" .rZ Z .L Z . ,,e,ns I0' market- I sured awfuI blow- eaeh -The 1, T T FLORENCE TRIP Most of the Winkelman players are each. The ninety dav sentence was n -a -. i , I . . . . Butterbaugh, Carr & Farmer, from Miami and Globe by automobile are a ng aggregation ana promise to attend to some company business. maintain their reputation as winners. -o The visitors started the "fireworks in the second inning when Boon con 'nected beautifully placing the ball be- ,j ... ..l ,1 r v. ..... .. ,,., X- , ... . . ,1ILU LCllin 1 !J 1 II 11111.. i 11 1 1 .u ,Ber w.., lempes c.ty water severe-tacea proprietor, by advertis- brin&in& Llnaergrain across the plate commissioner seek out each individ- ing a bargain sale to be patronized :ahead of him maklng tne first two ual patron of the service to make by beautiful young women only?" Lcores 0f the game the monthly collections. Starting And the advertising man replied: Features of the' game were the July l Ordinance No. 64, of the laws "I am merely tolling the village , d work of p in and Healey for governing the town of Tempe. will belles." tne home team and tne twirling of c nuuivru to tne letter, urieiiy tne Ana tne next aay tne doss rung suspended pending good behavior and nf total abstinance from the future sale made a trip to Florence and return on the day of the game. They tTClTJ .T"! m the 1CaI on the Ari East" Saturday to 9tror,g aggregation and promii tnct. It was for that cause that thev were primarily required to appear in court. ENFORCE WATER ORDINANCE NOT A SEXTON, EITHER "What ,do you mean," asked the rule provides for the payment of all a new ad man. Fats Make the Hottest Fire And as the digestion of food generates body heat, to th mora graty, heavy food you eat, th hotter you are. On can feel several degrees cooler and more comfortable in summer by selecting proper food. Grape-Nuts is made of carefully selected wheat and barley and contains all their nutritive values, including the mineral phosphates, (grown in the grain), that are especially necessary for rebuilding the tissue cells of body and brain. ,4 Grape-Nuts is thoroughly baked (16 to 24 hours), which breaks down the starch cells. Therefore it is easily and quickly digested generally in about one hour. If you care to feel cool and fit make Grape-Nirts a part of the summer diet a delicious part! Johnson and hatting of Boon for the visitors. Score: Winkelman it There's a Reason" sold by Grocers everywhere. Shute, cf 5 0 Spikes, ss S 1 ,Pinyan, lb 4 1 Bigando, 2b 4 1 Lindergrain, 3b 4 1 Boon, If 5 1 Robinson, c 5 1 Del Moral, rf 4 1 Johnson, p 4 1 l Totals 40 Harris. If 5 0 .Mitchell, c 4 1 Engleman, lb 4 0 Peppin, 3b ...4 1 Healy, ss 3 1 Ewing, 2b 4 1 Clow, rf 0 0 Bunn, rf 3 0 Joyce, cf 4 0 Goss, p 1 0 Smiley, p 3 0 Totals 35 4 Score by Innings Winkelman 023 101 0108 Hayden (Ray Cons) 010 003 000 4 Summary Stolen base Shute. Sacrifice hits Johnson, Engleman. Three base hits Boon, Spikes, Peppin. Home run Boon. Double play Peppin to Ewing. Struck out by Johnson 9, by Goss 2, in four innings; by Smiley 3, in five innings. Base on balls off Goss 2, in four innings: off Johnson 1. Hit batsman by Johnson 1, by Goss 1. .Wild pitch Goss 1.' Passed ball Mitchell 1. Hits off Goss 4, In four innings. Hits off Smiley 7, In five innings. Runs scored off Goss 6 in four innings, off smiley 2 in five inn ings. Time of game 2 hours. Urn pires Conway and Grainge. Attend ance 600. :. H. PO.A.E. 0 0 0 0 3 12 0 0 8 10 1112 13 3 0 3 4 0 0 2 10 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 2 0 11 27 11 2 ns) H. PO. A. E. 110 0 2 4 0 1 19 0 0 2 3 4 1 0 4 4 1 2 S 4 1 0 0 0 1 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 10 8 27 14 5 TIME STUDY OF CANDYMAKING. (Engineering Magazine) Some time ago 1 studied the making of candy. In watching the girls hand- dipping the centers I was surprised fit the rapidly and co-ordinations of the motions, which were made with such swiftness and dexterity that the eye could scarcely follow them, and I thought it was going to be by far the most difficult task of time study work 1 had encountered. Close study soon revealed the fact that the motions were divisible into certain classes, each class having its own peculiarities. By starting tne watch when the girl began the motion and stopping it by using the r.wura i kiting stem when she finished the motion, ard waiting until she stirte the same mction again, then sttrtinn; the watch. I was able to get some valuable information. I saw, too. tha there was a definite i elation between one motion nnd another, and that by stuuyii.g Hie performance of a nuni ber of girls separately, to determine the peculiar motions followed by each it became possible to leach somo im portant conclusion. Some girls made ten motions to one piece, others five. The averase was 8.8 motions. Stanl arlizlng showded that seven motion were sufficient, and that through prop er (iireciions and training six m .it'ons would do the v.ork as efficiently a .S motions. Wnen it is couriered lint the girls average 83.000 mo:i-n per day of nine ns it can be sc how impossible it would have been t study the work in any other way. Lodge Notices Ph o e n i,x Lodge No. 2, Knights of Pythias, meets 7:30 p. m. every Friday. Visiting members Invited. Clarence E. Ice, C. C. 717 South Center. C. S. Louiman, K. R. & S.; phone office 574, residence 8067. Van Tyne, PHOENIX LODGE No. 708 Loyal Order of Moose. Meetings every Tuesday, I. O. O. F. halL Visiting brothers are Invited. George N. MacBean, Dictator; Walter R. Secretary. REDEWILL MU8IC CO. Established In 1U1 224 West Washington St INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED Pianos Rebuilt and Refinished TOM & SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Regular Meals, 35 Cents Short Orders All Night 26 North Center, Phoenix ln- NOTICE PRIMARY ELECTION CALL A primary election is hereby called ill the several precincts of Maricopa County, under the provisions of the li'w relating to primarv elections, on the EIGHTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 1914. for the purpose of voting for can iidates for the several pavties, and for the nomination of any .non-parti san candidates, to be nominated for he following offices: FEDERAL OFFICERS: 1 United States Senator 1 Representative in Congress STATE OFFICERS: 1 Governor 3 Judges of the Supreme Court 1 Secretary of State 1 Auditor 1 Treasure.- 1 Attorney Generaf 1 Superintendent of Public struction 1 Mine Inspector 3 Corporation Commissioners 2 Tax Commissioners 1 Judge of the Superior Court 2 State Senators 6 Members of the House of Rep resentatives COUNTY OFFICERS: 1 She.-iff 1 Clerk of the Superior Court 3 Members of the Board of Super visors 1 Treasurer 1 Recorder 1 County Attorney 1 Assessor 1 School Superintendent PRECINCT OFFICERS: 1 Justice of the Peace in each Justice Precinct 1 Constable in each Justice Pve- cinct County Precinct Committeemen. IN' WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand, this 25th day of June. A. D.. 1914. JAMES MILLER. Jr. Clerk Board of Supervisors, Maricopa County, State of Arizona o WATCH FOR THE NEW CHASE TRUCKS. (Advertisement.) J.N.LawrenceS SoasRents We have the largest list of the best furnished and unfurnished houses, cottages, flats, apartments in town. Open 7 a. m. 9 p. m. Home 10922. Long Beach. Cal. Fruit Trees Get your order in now. The best stock ever shipped to Arizona. T. M. MELVILLE NURSERIES Phoenix and Chandler 1st and Polk St. Alabama St Phone 1844 Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than von can. 5 gals. Zerolene $2.85 5 gals. Vacuum Mobile Oils..J3.50 6 pounds Arctic Cup Grease ....85 and Only Red Crown Gasoline. PHOENIX OIL CO. Phone 1330 221 W. Jeff. St. Cotton Growers, Attention Buy your cotton field machinery at Kunz Bros. & Messinger and save money. Let us show vou. Fairbanks-Morse Engines Nestor Eelting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pumps, Etc. ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPY CO. 3rd Ave. and Jackson "We Have the Stock" Phoenix TOURIST RATES NOTICE TO BOND BUYERS SALE OF DISTRICT NUMBER THIRTY-THREE SCHOOL BONDS Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received at the office of the Board of Supervisors of Marl copa County, in the city of Phoenix Arizona, until eleven o'clock A. M. MONDAY, JULY TWENTIETH 1914 for the pu.-chase of forty (40) Dis trict Number Thirty-three School Bonds, with accrued interest. Said Bonds being in denomination of Five Hundred Dollars each, amounting in the aggregate to the sum of Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00) and bearing interest at . the rate of not exceeding six' per cent per annum, payable semi-annually. Said Bonds to be dated August fr.-st, 1914, and payable twenty years from the date thereof. Both principal and interest payable in Gold Coin, Lawful Money of the United States at the office of the Treasurer of Maricopa County, Bonds to be delivered to the pur chaser thereof In the city of Phoe nix, Arizona, at the office of the Clerk of the Board of Superviso's of said Maricopa County. . These Bonds are issued under the authority of Title XI, Revised Stat utes of Arizona, 1913. AH bids must be accompanied by a SUMMER To Atchison, Kan j 65.00 Baltimore, Md 102.50 Boston, Mass 105.50 Chicago, 111 7,50 Colorado Springs, Col 45.00 Council Bluffs, Iowa 65.00 Denver, Col 45.00 Duluth, Minn 78.30 Kansas City, Mo 65.00 Leavenworth, Kan 65.00 Memphis, Tenn J5.00 Minneapolis, Minn. 70.70 Montreal, Quebec 103.50 New York, N. Y. 103.60 Omaha, Nebr. 55.00 Philadelphia, Pa. 103.60 Portland. Me. 108.50 Pueblo, Col 45.00 Quebec, P. Q 111.50 3t. Joseph, Mo 66.00 St Louis, Mo. 65.00 St, Paul, Minn 70.70 Toronto, Ont 0J0 Washington, D. C 102.50 Tickets on Sale June 29, 30, July 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 16, 17 20, 21, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31. and Num. erous Other Dates During August and September. Final Return Limit Three Months From Date of Sale but Not to Ex ceed October 31st Diverse Routes Liberal Stopovers Insist on Having your Tickets Routed via the E. P. and S. W. in connec tion with the GOLDEN STATE LIMITED Through Without Change To Kansas City Chicago St. Louts For Information regarding routes, Pullman reservations, etc.. Inquire of Agent, Arizona Eastern Railroad, Phoenix, Arizona, or Address GARNETT KING. Gen. Pass. Agt. El Paso. Tex. AUTOMOBILE TIME TABLE GLOBE-PHOENIX STAGE Quicker and cheaper than train fare. Globe, $15; J25 round trip. Leaves daily at 8 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.. 28 N. Second Ave. Phoenix Directory Automobiles ' Garages ' Accessories Auto Tire Repair Co. Firestone tires Vulcanizing of All Kinds JJTst Arizona Motor Company, Inc. 7 AUTOMOBILES Everything for tarn automobile carried in stock FIRST AND VAN BUREN STREETS Arizona Vulcanizing Works VULCANIZING OF ALL KINDS DONE PROMPT LY. WORK GUARANTEED. OUT OF TOWN WORK SOLICITED. 110 W. Washington St Overland Phone 62 Bin W. W. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agent Garage and Salesrooms 313 North Central- Avenue. Phone 1450 Diamond Tires 110 K Central Ave., Phone 414. M. L. BUCKLEY, JR. COLE The Standardized Car. Chase Motor Trucks. COLE MOTOR COMPANY. General Repair Work. 4th and Washington Sts. Phone 1223 TRANSCONTINENTAL GARAGE 108-110 N. Second Ave. MOTOR CARS W. A. Horrell 521 N. Central Phone 1223 Expert Service Men Storage, Repairs and Gen eral Machine Work. "Work guaranteed. CAPITAL ACCESSORIES , U. 8. TIRES, OILS, GREASE c.....u:n. 0..1 iu. ... AUTO SUPPLY C0.517 N. Central Ave. Phon. 1071 Hudson6-40S gVJZZ Phone 539 or 596 $1700.00 F. O. B. PHOENIX Arizona Auto Company, 308 North Cen J) tral Avenue. Phone 1241. State aoente for Moreland and "Little Giant" Motor Trucks. CASE PACKARD HcARTHUR BROS 321 N. CENTER STREET FRANKLIN THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET TODAY GEO. HAGEMAN, Distributor for Arizona Corner Second and Adams Streets Ford Motor Car 5-passenger $625. Runaoouf 575 EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agent 308-310 E. Adams St. Maricopa County Agent for Hendrle Tires Master Carburetors More Mileage. More Speed. More Power, Guaranteed SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR CO, 309-315 North Central Avenue MAXWELL The Car you ought to buy Gates & Tremaine 221 North First Street Overland Best Equipped Machine Shop in Southwest Complete Stock of Accessories OVERLAND AUTO CO., Phone 686. 326 N. Central Ave. PAIGE Paige 25 J1075. Paige SS $1390. P. O. B. Phoenix Com pletely equipped. Phone 1545 for demonstration. A. W. NEWTON Paige-Detroit Service House. 235 W. Wssh. St. RADIATORS Repaired and Rebuilt We repair lamps, wind shields and fenders. We also replace glasses in windshields and lamps, and do coppersmith work. 233 North Center St. Pleasure Cars and Commercial Truck Service Station 326-28-30 N. Central. Phone 681 M. L. NAQUIN, Distributor t