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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THUKSDAY'MiORNING, AUGUST 6, 1914
r PAGE NINE
Professional and Business
Cards
XOFLEET & CRIXE, contract
drillers, Maricopa, Ariz.; drilling in
nil its branches; water wells; .air
holes for mines; prospect drilling;
r?timates furnished; drilling anil-lace;
any time. 9g
FOR ALL ADJUSTING aND RE
PAIRING of Steam Engines and
l'umps. Call or write to
J. L. CLARK,
Expert Engineer,
234 W. Monroe St.
Phoenix, Ariz.
P
CHIROPODIST, corns removed, 60
cents each; bunions, moles, warts, etc.,
removed by electricity. 39 East Adams,
Frank Shirley. Phone 1704. tf
C P. LEE successor to Lee and
Plunkett 309 National Bank of Ari
tona Building, Accounting, Auditing,
Systematizing. Will open and close
Books of Account and make up
Analytical Statements and reports, tf
Business Chances
GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP
The largest and best equipped in
town, for sale; machine shop at
tached. John Ahlquist, Tempe, Ariz.
tf
HAND LAUNDRY
SANITARY hand laundry, rough dry,
33 doz., ironing our specialty. 706 N.
st St. Phone 2876. tf
PASTURES FOR RENT
WANTED Horses to pasture,
well water, shade. Chas. R. Barnes,
Urand Canal and Ave. 17. Phone
118R3. tf
Undertaking and Embalming
EASTERLING & WHITNEY Un
dertakers and Embalmers. 213 West
Washington St., Phoenix, Arizona, tf
MOHN, DRISCOLL & MAUS Un
dertakers, Embalmers and Funeral Di
rectors, 311 N. 1st Ave. tf
UNDERTAKERS Moore & McClel
lan; lady assistant, auto hearse. 329
West Adams St.. Phone 601. tf
Transfer and Storage
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Scene from "TTie Beath of a Geisha" at the Lion Yesterday.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
LEARN STENOGRAPHY
The best stepping stone to success
in the business world. Expert and
personal instruction by teacher of 25
years experience Evening classes be
gin September 1st. 2 leFsons weekly.
Those who wish to begin with the
private class, see MRS. E. G. KET
CHUM any evening at 1728 W. Mon
roe St. 2 blocks north of Capitol. 9d
MISS WILSON Public Stenograph
er, Notary Public. Will call for dicta
tion. 14 West Adams.. Phone 1584. tf
NOTARY PUBLIC and expert male
stenographer. Phone 1088; National
Bank of Arizona Bldg.; room 404.
8dg
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
C. P. Lee, Successor to Lee &
Plunkett, 309 National Bank of Ari
zona Building, Accounting, Auditing,
Systematizing. Will open and Close
Books of Account and make up Analy
tical n tompn ts and reDorts. tf
LEGAL nNP.T1cIJL,u,,-l,-ll-lrll-,
NOTICE INVITING PROfUSALS
OR BIDS FOR IMPROVEMENT
OF ALLEY IN BLOCK NINETY
OF THE ORIGINAL TOWNSITE ujng north over private right of way
sued to represent each assessment of
Twenty-five (25.00) Dollars or more
for the cost and expenses of said
work or improvement, said serial
bonds to extend over a period' end
ing nine (9) years years from and
after the second day of January
next succeeding the date of said
bends, and payable semi-annually.
Said bonds to be in the form and
payable in the manner prescribed in
said "Improvement Act of 1912.
Reference is hereby made to the
Eitulitl.ic Mixture License agreement
of Warren Bros., Company, of Bos
ton, Mass., dated June 15th, 1914, on
file in the office of City Clerk of the
Ctiv of Phoenix.
EARL H. PARKER,
Supt. r.f Streets, of the City of
Phoenix.
Dated Aus. 5th, 1914, Phoenix, Ari
zona. o
NOTICE
NOTICE OF INTENTION of the
Board of Supervisors to grant to the
Phoenix Railway Company of Arizona
permission to extend its line of street
railway from the present terminus of
what is known as the Brill line at the
intersection of Tenth and Brill Streets
in Brill Addition to the City of Phoe
nix, crossing all intersecting roads
north on Tenth Street, thence contin-
WATER USERS BOOKS
ARE
UP TO
DATE
Report of Auditor Philip K. Hiekey Filed with Associa
tion Shows Generally Excellent Financial Condition
tion of Valley's Great Irrigation Corporation Rec
ords for Thirteen Months Show Immense Amount of
Business Transacted.
Lightning Delivery Co.
Pioneer Transfer Co.
ANY KIND OF HAULING
"Quick as a Flash"
42 South Central Ave.
Phones 594 and 1121
A. A. Betta. V. P.
tf
LET YOUR MOVE BE OUR MOVE.
CHAMBERS TRANSFER CO. PHONE
1228-427. 26 S. 2ND AVE. OPP.
COURT HOUSE. ' tf
ELECTRIC CARPET CLEANER
CARPETS CLEANED Telephone
733, Electric Carpet Cleaners. tf
AUTO TIME TABLE
FIKE'S AUTO STAGE LINE
Phoenix-Tempe-Mesa-Chandler
Leave Phdenlx Leave Mesa
7.Q0 a. m. . 7.00 a. m.
8.09 - 8.00 "
9.00 .00 "
10.90 " 10.00 "
11.00 " 11.00 "
. 12.00 " 12.00 "
1.00 p. m. 1.00 p. m.
2.00 " 2.00 "
8.00 8.00 "
4.00 " 4.00 H
5.00 " 6.00 "
8.00 " 6.00 "
7.00 " 7.00 "
8.00 8.00 "
10.30 - 9.00 "
Mesa-Chandler Division
Leave Mesa Leave Chandler
8.00 a. m. 7.30 a. m.
10.00 " 9.30 ".
12.00 11.30 -
2.00 p. m. 1.30 p. m.
4.00 " 8.30 "
6.00 " E.30 "
Flke'a Auto Livery Phone 414
tf
CCE CREAM
WONDERFULLY RICH, PURE
VELVET ICE CREAM, order from us.
use phone. Sanichas. Phone 697. tf
Typewriters
REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO.
88 Eaat Adams: Overland 670. tf
AUTOS TO HIRE
JVAfellll"'
PRIVATE AUTOMOBILE
for hire ,
OWNER, DRIVER.
Call for party of four for
RIVERSIDE
Phone 696. 8-dl
OF PHOENIX,
Pursuant to the Provisions of the
the Improvement Act of 1912, and
more particularly Resolution No. 35,
of the Commission of the City of
Phoenix, Maricopa County, State ot
Arizona, adopted the 31st day of
July, 1914, directing this notice, the
Commission of said City of Phoenix,
invites and will receive at the Office
of the City Clerk, in the City Hall,
up to five o'clock P. M., on Tues
dcy, August 18th, 1914, sealed pro
posals or bids for the following
work or improvement to be done in
accordance with the plan, profiles
and cross sections for said work on
file in the office of the City Engin
eer of the said City, and further in
accordance with specifications on file
in the office of the City Clerk of
said Citv, all of which is more par
ticularly' described in Resolution No.
29.
1. That the roadway of the alley
of Block Ninety (90) of the Original
Townsite of Phoenix, except that
portion occupied by a cement con
crete gutter, be graded and paved
with Bitulithic pavement
2. That a cement concrete
gutter be built along the cen
ter of the alley of Block" Ninety (90)
of the Original Townsite of Phoenix.
That the said contemplated work
or improvement in the opinion of
the Commission is of more than lo
cal or ordinary public benefit and
said Commission hereby makes the
costs and expenses of said work or
improvement chargeable upon a dis
trict and hereby declares that the
district in said City of Phoenix bene
fitted by said work or improvement
and to be assessed to pay the costs
Mid expenses thereof is described as
follows:
All of Block .Ninety (90) of the
Original Townsite of Phoenix.
All proposals or bids offered or
filed shall be accompanied by a bond
payable to the order of the Mayor
of the City of Phoenix, for an
amount which shall not be less than
ten (10) per centum of the aggregate
proposal.
The Commission of the City of
Phoenix, reserve the right to reject
any and all proposals or bids if it
deems this for the public good and
also the bid of any person who has
been delinquent or unfaithful in any
former contract with the Municipali
ty, and shall reject all proposals or
bids other than the lowest regular
proposal or bid, of any responsible
bidder.
The plans, profiles, cross sections
and specifications of the proposed
work hereinabove reerred to may
be seen at the office of the City En
gineer of the City of Phoenix.
All proposals must be presented In
a sealed envelope endorsed on the
outside with the name of the alley
for which the proposal is made.
The said 'Commission has deter
mined that serial bonds shall e is-
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
D. D. HORNINC
For Sale Lands in small or large
acreage: "also city property..
INSURANCE AND LOANS
RENTALS, COLLECTIONS
Office 411 West Monroe St.
Corner Fourth Ave. Phoenix
nnnjxr-auuuLfuuLriAAJnnr i-n , . . .
pecial
6 Acres alfalfa, new five room brick, near Center street.
10 Acres planted to grape fruit, near car line.
20 Acres with cottage adjoining Glendale.
6 to 20 Acres alfalfa on car line.
40 Acres alfalfa at $150 Per acre.
1.000 Acres fine fruit land close to Phoenix.
Will make prices that will sell. '
Will discount price for one-half cash. ' m '
Phoenix Trust Co.
11 V7est Adams Street
crossing all intersecting roads to Sher
idan Street in Syndicate Place.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV
EN, in pursuance of the Statutes of
Arizona in such cases made and pro
vided, that the Board of Supervisors of
Maricopa County, State of Arizona in
tends at a meeting of said board to be
held August 31st, 1914, at ten o'clock
A. M., in the Court House in the City
of Phoenix, Maricopa County, State of
Arizona, to grant to the Phoenix Rail
way Company of Arizona permission to
.extend its line of street railway from
the present terminus of what is known
as the Brill line at the intersection of
Tenth and Brill Streets in Brill Addi
tion to the City of Phoenix, north on
Tenth Street crossing all intersecting
roads to the Little Maricopa Canal,
thence continuing north over private
right of way crossing all intersecting
roads to Sheridan Street in Syndicate
Place located in Section 33, Township
2 north. Range 3 east of the G. & 5. R.
B. & M.
PROVIDED, however.
That, if on or before the time above
set more than 5Cr of the qualified
electors of Maricopa County, State of
Arizona, shall petition said Board of
Supervisors to deny such privilege to
the Phoenix Railway Company of Ari
zona such privilege shall be denied.
By Order of the Board of Supervis
ors, Maricopa County.
JAMES MILLER, JR. "
Clerk.
LEGAL NOTICE
ADVERTISEMENT
Power Collections
Of the so-called power assessments, there: has been collected on both
assessments, (No. 5 and 6.) to date, of July 1st, 1914, as follows:
Power Plants
No. 5 to June 1913 501,822.31
No. fi to July 1914.. 19,276.09
No.. 6 to June 1913.,.., 456,829.38
No. 6 to July 1914 40.164.70
Site & Bldg.
$22,303.21
856.72
, 20,303.48
1,785.11
Assn. Expense Total.
811,161.61 8 535,277.13
Fairbanks-Morse Engines
Nestor Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pumps, Etc. 1
ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPY CO.
3rd Ave. and Jackson "We Have the Stock" Phoenix
Cotton Growers. Attention Buv vnnr notion fM
machinery at Kunz Bros. & Messinger and save money.
.Let us snow you.
428.35
10,151.74
892.54
20,561.16
487,283.60
42,842.35
845,248.52 $22,624.24 $1,085,964.24
Totals $1,018,091.48
Each purpose and Amount being:
For power plants $1,018,091.48
For site and building 45,248.52
For association expenses 22,624.24
Total collected on assements 5 and 6 $1,085,964.24
Collected and available for power plants..
Expended to date of July 1st, 1914:
Power Plant No. 2 (South Consolidated)..
Power Plant No. 3 (Cross-cut)
Power Plant No. 4 (Arizona Fulls) . .
Grand Canal Extension
$1,018,091.48
...$150,638.45
. .. 318.943.06
... 101,900.59
. .. 87,111.27
Grand Canal Enlargement ..; 37,846.82
Transmission Line, So. Consol. to Mesa 21,598.28
Transmission Line, Ariz. Falls to X-cut.... 9,228.18
Arizona Cross-cut Canal, (Including Pressure
Pipes,) 226,168.29
Constructional expense 821.80
$ 954,256.74
Balance in Power Plant Fund 63,834. i4
The Minutes Record, Warrant Register, Statistical Ledger, and all books
of account are carefully and correctly kept up, and in excellent condition;
this work, with the correspondence, and great variety and amount of de
tail work, has been done, and the association's office is straight and
up-to-date. - Respectfully submitted.
(Signed) ...... P K. HICKEY, Auditor.
According to the report of Auditor
Phoenix Directory
Automobiles Garages ' Accessories
Arizona Motor
Company, Inc.
AUTOMOBILES Everything for the
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.
210 W. Washington Bt
Overland Phone f2(
Department of the Interior,
United States Reclamation Service,
Washington, D. C, July 8, 1914.
Sealed proposals will be received
at the office of the United States
Reclamation Service, Phoenix, Ari
zona, until 2 o'clock P. M., August
17, 1914, for the construction of the
Cave Creek Cutoff of the Arizona
Canal, Salt River Project, Arizona,
and the necessary laterals In con
nection therewith, involving approxi
mately 131,000 cubic yards of ex
cavation and 300 cubic yards of con
cicte in structures. The work Is
situated near th town 'if Glendale,
Aiizona.
For particulars address the Unitsfl
States Reclamation Service, Wash,
tngton, D. C, or Phoenix, Arizona.
F. H. NEWELL, Director.
o
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids will be received by
the Trustees of the (Osborne) School
District No. 8, until 10 A. M. August
12th, at the Office of R. A. Gray Ar
chitect, Room 15 Central Building,
Phoenix, Arizona, for the construc
tion of Additional School Building, at
the Osborne School. Plans and spe
cifications may be seen at the' office
of R. A. Cray, and the Trustees here
by reserve the right to reject any
and. all bids.
Signed J. THOS. BOWLES.
Clerk.
o
NOTICE TO SUPPLY SCHOOL
FIRMS
Sealed bids will be received by the
County School Superintendent of
Mai-ieopa County, until 10 A. M.
August 12th, 1914, at the County
School Superintendent's Office, Phoe
nix, Arizona, for the purchasing of
supplies for a number of school dis
tricts of Maricopa County. Orders
may be had by applying at the
School Superintendent's Office. The
Purchasing Committee reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
Signed. J. A. RIGGINS.
Co. Supt. of Schools.
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A SPEEDIER STEP
Phillip K. Hie key to the auditing com
mittee, the books of the Salt River Val
ley Water Users' association ore
"straight and up to date." All depart
ments of the work have been covered,
and everything checked O. K. in the
audit which extends to July.
The report, which was released yes
terday, is as follows:
Phoenix, Ariz., July 10, 1914.
Messrs Wilkinson, Dobson and Rockwell,
Auditing Committee.
Gentlemen:
Pursuant to the order of Chairman
Wilkinson of the auditing committee, 1
proceeded and made an examination,
and hereby respectfully submit my re
port of said examination of the books
and accounts of the secretary and
treasurer of your association, for the
period of 13 months ending July 1st,
1914, all ot which I found correct and
in excellent condition.
Beginning on the' morning of July 8th
1914, I have carefully checked, item, by
item, the records of all of the business
transactions of the Salt River Valley
Water Users' association, during the 13
months from June 1st, 1913, the date of
my last report, to the 1st day of July
1914, and all has been carefully, faith
fully and correctly accounted for, and
recorded in excellent shape in the
books.
The following statements show the
results and present condition of all as
I found it; the same efficient care and
fidelity of your secretary and his one
faithful assistant, has made, a record
that tallied and checked out exactly
correct; and again I enjoy the pleasure
of an examination of a well ordered
and correct condition throughout, in the
records of your reliable officers.
Collections
June 1, 1913, cash, in secre
tary's hands $ 1.126.53
Cash in treasury 390,720.67
Membership dues 440.85
First assessment . ... 314.19
Second assessment 224.43
Trfird assessment 224.43
Fourth assessment 224.42
Fifth assessment 22,413.96
Sixth assessment 43,245.07
Delinquent penalties 1,061.74
Interest on bank deposits . . . 5,307.42
Kents water suit decree
books sold 2.50
Operating building, rents . . 650.00
Power Plant No. 2, refunds. 132.63
Power Plant No. 3, refunds. 171.24
Power Plant No. 4, refunds. 438.00
Grand canal enlargements,
old supplies . 928.64
Certificate of Deposit, Phoe
nix National Bank Ifc200.0()
Certificate of Deposit, Phoe
nix Sav. B. & T. Co 10,300.00
Certificate of Deposit, Salt
River V. Bank 3,500.00
Certificate of Deposit, Tem
pe National Bank 1.350.00
Certificate of Deposit, Val-
lev Bank .. 16,700.00
The chief was berating a patrolman.
"Why did you let that crook get
away from you?" he demanded. "You
saw him enter the house."
"Yes, chief."
"And you saw him come out?"
"Yes, chief."
"Then why didn't you dance right
after him?"
"I did dance after him," protested
the patrolman, "but you see he was
using the tango, and I was using the
hesitation." Judge.
Total collections . $467,626.72
Disbursements
Fifth assessment, refunds ..$ 1,852.80
Sixth assessment, refunds . . - 402.72
Office expenses 1.771.01
Salaries 5,425.00
Compensation, governor's
and council 901.35
Publishing and printing ... 126.47
Elections 825.45
Incidental expenses ;- 192.40
Traveling expenses 1,073.30
Office furniture 94.79
Survey board . : 1,817.00
Site and building ....... 367.92
Construction work expenses . 228.74
Insurance ' 63.45
Taxes s 826.03
Street paving -t- 673.44
Operating building V 1,010.36
Power plant No. 2 286.05
Power plant No. 3 ... 294,191.50
Power plant No. 4 3,333.75
Grand canal extension 1,117.87
Arizona Cross Cut canal ... 67,553.43
XJ. S. Reclamation Service,
Bldg. advances 65.57
Treasurer, amount in treas
ury 83,032.54
Cash, amount in secretary's
Office . . '. ' 393.78
Total disbursed . $384,200.40 $384,800.40
In treasury 83,426.32 83,032.54
Irv secretary's hands . 393.78
Total $467,626.72
Shape of Treasury Funds, July 1, 1914
Certificate of Deposit, F. &
M. Bank, Tempe $ 1,350.00
Certificate of Deposit, Glen
dale State Bank 725.00
Certificate of Deposit, Mesa
City Bank 10,800.00
Certificate of Deposit, Nat.
Bank of Arizona 16,200.00
$ 77,625.00
Cash, In hands of treasurer,
in bank 5,469.54
Treasurer holds balance of. .$ 83,094.54
From this deduct unpaid
warrants 62.00
83,03
Leaves a net balance of $ 83.032.o4
Secretary's report a Hove
shows balance of . .
Treasurers, net
balance July 1
1914 .. ...'...$ 83,032.54
Cash in secre
tary's hands . . 393.78
Funds available,
July 1, 1914...$ 83,426.32
There has been received from
banks, for interest on de
posits, during the 13
months ending July 1 1914.$ 5.307.42
Treasurer -'."v.
The accounts of" the treasurer were
carefully checked, and found correct,
and in nice shape. The above showing
is made in his records of the disposi
tion by him, of the funds in his cus
tody, for safe keeping.
The offices and books of the Peeve -tary
and treasurer agree exactly, when
the following list is issued, but yet un
paid warrants is deducted.
Unpaid Warrants Oustanding, July
1st 1914
270, W. H. Brown $ 3.60
286, Jerome B. Clark 2.50
933, C. C. Hurley , .10
940, C. S. Steward , 1.60
No. 1157, George A. Alklre . .20
No. 1334, John Wright .'3.00
No. 1378. W. H. Wilky 1.10
No. 1388, Gordon Tweed 20
No. 13S9. George A. Alkire 20
No. 1753, H. H. Stone 6.00
No. 2048, George Vincent 2.50
No. 39.17, Charles Eldred 33.00
No. 3938, Theodore Luna 8.00
July 1st, 1914, total 62.00
No.
No.
No.
No.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE SUPERIOrt COURT OF
THE STATE OF ARIZONA, IN
AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
MARICOPA
In the Matter of the Estate of
GEORGE HENRY NEWSHOLME,
Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING
PETITION.
Notice is hereby given that Walter
Bennett, has filed in this Court cer
tain documents purporting to be the
last will and testament of Geo'-'ge
Henry Newsholme and a codicil
thereto together with his petition
praying that said documents be ad
milted to probate in this Court as
the last will and testament and codi
cil of the said George Henry News
holme who, said petitioner alleges,
is deceased, and that letters of ad
ministration with said will and codi
cil Issue thereon to said petitioner,
and that same will be heard on Sat
urday the 29th day of August A. D.
1914, at 9:30 o'clock in the forenoon
of said day, at the courtroom of said
Court, in ' the Cou"t House, in the
City of Phoenix, County of Mari
copa, State of Arizona, and all per
sons interested in said estate are
notified then and there to appear and
show cause, if any they have, why
the prayer of said petitioner should
not be granted.
Dated July 27th, 1914.
WM. E. THOMAS,
Clerk.
By W. S. WILSON,
" Deputy Clerk.
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KNEW HIMSELF
Wife What's this a new box of ci
gars? Didn't you juat swear off smok
ing? Hub Certainly! That's why I
bought this box; I'd be crazy for a
cigar if there wasn't one in the house.
BUICK
W. W. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agent
Garage and Salesrooms
313 North Central Avenue. Phone 1450
Diamond Tires
110 N. Central Ave.,
Phone 414.
M. L. BUCKLEY, JR.
COLE
The Standardized Car. Chas- Motor
Trucks. COLE MOTOR COMPANY.
General Repair Work.
4th and Washington Sts. Phone 1221
MOTOR CARS W. A. Horrell
521 N. Central Phone 1223
Expert Service Men
TRANSCONTINENTAL
GARAGE .
108-110 N. Second Ave.
Storage, Repairs and Gen
eral Machine Work. Work
guaranteed.
CAPITAL
AUTO SUPPLY
ACCESSORIES
U. 8. TIRES, OILS, GREASE
r-. . - .1- b ... t. . .
mfg tvr jririlliy 9 UK till AUIO
UU.517 N. Central Ave. Phone 1071
U.iOAnfi-ACi OSCAR IRVIN, AGENT
$1700.00 F. O. B. PHOENIX
Garage 229 E. Adams St
Phone 539 or 596
Arizona Auto Company, 208 North Cen
tral Avenue. Phone 1241 State agents
for Mo re land and "Little Giant" Motor
r i
i rue KB.
CASE PACKARD McARTHUR BROS
321 N. CENTER STREET
FRANKLIN
THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET
TODAY
GEO. HAGEMAN, Distributor for Ariiona
Corner Second and Adams Streets
Ford Motor Car
B-passenger $565. Runaboi:t $515
EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agent
308-310 E. Adams St.
Maricopa County Agent for Hendrie
Tires
HAYNES 4-48
Electric Oear Shift
$1950 PHOENIX
GEO. W. CAMPBELL,
Phone r,4i. ' IS Wall "Street
Master
Carburetors
More Mileage. More Speed.
Mora Pawip. GuarantA
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 8outhweat
Complete Stock of Accessories
OVERLAND AUTO CO,
Phone 686. 326 N. Central Ave.
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.
V4JUL
IM, Pleasure Cars and Commercial Trucki
1 fe-m Service Station 326-28-30 N. Central. Phone IM
k3 If T. NAOTITN. Dittributflf
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