THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25,-1914
PAGE FIVE 1
SOUTH SIDE NEWS
HORACE B. GRIFFEN, JR, GENERAL 80UTH81DE AGENT.
Refer to him Subscription Order, Stop, Change, wall ,
all business regarding Advertising and : Job Printing.
With Butterbaugh & Carr, Phone 53.
Temp Correspondent, H. B. Griffon, Jr.
With Everybody' Drug Store, Phone
Mesa Correspondent, Thos. B. Lee
'or whether it "is a straneer to
scientific world thus far.
Any one who is interested in these
appearances may by rising at 3 a. m.
see this one by looking toward Granite
Reef and about one. hundred feet above
the land line.
FIRST DAY'S OUTPUT
AI TEMPE COTTON
tion. Pasadena was headquarters,
I for it is there that Mrs. Miller and
fi I daughter, Miss Edna, are located, but
'ample time was provided for the gen
'ial editor to visit many other south
I ern California points of interest.
All Ten Gins Will Be in Operation
Tonight and From Then On
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bell returned
to Tempe Wednesday morning from
Southern California, following a two
weeks' absence. It will be recalled
that the marriage of this prominent
couple took place in Phoenix in the
early part of the month.
Tempe's new ginnevy made an out
put of two bales on its first run yes
terday. Four of the gins were tuned
into running order and the other six
will be in operation by tonight, plac
ing the plant at. its full capacity.
The first gin was put into opera
tion shortly after six o'clock yester
day morning and gradually as the
day wore on othevs of the gins were
tuned up and placed at constant
work. The new automatic feeders
work even better than predicted.
President of the Exchange Charles
W. Waterhouse, and C. G. Jones, of
the board of directors, were constant
observers of the gins all day and
while occasionally they lent a hand
to the feeders in keeping the gins at
their capacity, both are move than
satisfied. Two men will easily re
place the ten that would otherwise
be employed were not the automatic
feeders on duty.
4S,2j3 pounds of the seed cotton
was on hand when work was started
esterday morning, which under th-
usual circumstances would probably
make but a two days' run. Yet, the
slight delays that will be experienced
in getting the gins running at their
capacity, and the many loads that
are being added to the supply in the
storehouse daily, will provide a plen
All possible precautions are being
taken against fire at the ginnery and
Superintendent C. G. Steele is doin.4
everything in his power to impress
the idea of caution more firmly on
the minds of all. Just a few days
ago a load of the seed cotton was ig
r.ited from cigarette sparks and prac
tically destroyed. "No smoking al
lowed" signs are plainly visible and
all possible precautions are being
taken otherwise,, to guard against
MESA'S CONTRIBUTION TO
THE NEWS OF THE DAY
YAQUIS PLEAD GUILTY
Two Yaqui Indians are now lodged
in the city jail of Tempe awaiting
sentence. They were taken into cus
tody yesterday moning at Guadalupe iof tnis vicinity. During Dr. Crawford's
DR. CRAWFORD CLOSES PRACTICE
Dr. Crawford, who for the past few
years has attended to the dental
troubles of the people of Mesa has
closed his practice and Dr. G. R. Light,
lately of Bisbee, will serve the people
by Constable Estrada, on a charge
preferred by neighbors of drunken-
residence in Mesa he has made many
friends for himself and will regret the
ness and disorderly conduct. At their necessity of his withdrawal from prac
trial last evening both pleaded guilty j tice- He feels however, that in Dr.
to the charge. ' Light the people of Mesa will find a
I man of high qualification in the pro-
STREET REPAIRS I fession and one in whom they can have
Twenty-five loads of gravel ave,the utmost conlidence. Dr. Light is a
now being unloaded' on the Tempe graduate of the Chicago Dental Col
streets. The repairs ave being made!'eSe, and came to Arizona about the
at the order of the common council
and add not a little to the comfort
of travel. Repairs are also being
made to a very good advantage, however.
CONDITIONS IN MEXICO
"War conditions still continue seri
ous in old Mexico, according to Ra
mon C. Estrada, Jr., who returned
Wednesday morning from a two
weeks' vacation spent in that coun
try. He visited Guaymas, Hermosillo,
and a number of other cities in that
vicinity, and wherever he went war
conditions seemed about the sam.
His position became slightly hazard
ous about the the time he started his
return for the United States. For his
safe arrival he owes eonsirleranio
credit to a drummer friend whom by
chance he ran across, r
FOR SALE OR TRADE for Tern
house and lot, or lots, five-room brick
modern, up to date, corner lot reRl.
dence section, Phoenix. A bargain if
taken at once. Apply to J. W. Arnold.
lempe. Advertisement. in.t
same time as Dr. Crawford did. He
visited Mesa at that time but finding
the field already located went to Bis
bee and has practiced there since.
Since the. copper camp has been slack
the doctor, who is a firm believer in
keep going, has been looking for a
more genial location. His attention
was turned to the Gem City, with the
result that the transfer has been made.
Dr. Crawford will probably spend the
winter in Arizona and return to the
town of his birth, Studentvale, Ohio, in
. HOME CXjllKED MEALS at Mrs.
Henry Sandoz. 806 Mill Ave. Adver
ORCHESTRA DANCE TONIGHT
The Tempe orchestra will give one
of its accustomed popular dunces to
night at the Cosmopolitan hall. All
the necessary arrangements have
been made and a good time is guar
. anteed - to all who attend. The or
chestra is composed of these mem
bers who are prompting the dances
and who propose to promote others
in the future: Joe Cosner, flute;
Margaret Holmes, piano; C. Yates,
violin; B. Finch, cornet; A. Perry,
trapps; A. Christensen, bass.
DRESSMAKING and tailoring. 609
Mill Ave., Tempe. Advertisement.
" MOVIE PROGRAM TONIGHT
-Miss Aonody from Nowhere" a
two-part photoplay featuring Ethel
Grandin, is tonight's first attraction
at the Tempe airdome. "Miss Cari-
ta," a Mexican drama, and "Almost
a Brideg-.-oom,' 'a comedy, are the
two single reels.
VISITING IN TEMPE
Mrs. J. I. Coffin, of Mesa, is visit
Ing at the Christian church Darson-
age in Tempe for a few days as the
guest of Mrs. J. R. Rountree.
WILL WINTER HERE
Mr. and Mrs. G. Cave, for many-
years local residents, but now of Al
hambra, California, arrived in Tempe
Wednesday morning to spend the
winter with their daughter, Mrs. Geo.
W. Frizzell. Mr. and Mrs. Cave have
been absent from Tempe for several
years so that it seems quite like old
times to be once again in the vicinity
where they resided for so Ions a
NEWS EDITOR RETURNS
Curt W. Miller, editor of the Tempe
Daily News, returned Wednesday
morning from the California coast
where he enjoyed a two weeks' vaca
Rev. A. W. Adkinson. superintendent
of missions for the Methodist Episco
pal church in charge of the Arizona
field, spent several days with us over
the week-end just past and made It the
occasion of a formal oneninir of th
new church edifice with a fittine ser
vice Sunday evening. Mr. Adkinson's
remarks were highlv interesting nnrf
along lines particularly appropriate to
me occasion. The audience was the
largest in the history of the church
movement here and it is hoped that if
marks but the beginning of a much
more general interest in church affairs
over the community. The occasion of
this opening service was also made
very attractive by special musical pro
gram Dy the choir. One particularly
piea.sing number of this program was
a solo rendered by Mrs. F. C. Norman
The church now has a most able choir
which will vie with the able efforts of
Pastor Thos. H. Dodd in making our
cnurch services attractive
The past Sunday was not onlv
"Red Letter Day" in the matter of
e&tirch attendance and entertaining
services but the Sunday school also
claimed its share of distinction with the
record-breaking attendance of nlmost
eighty at the regular morning classes!
Superintendent Joe H. Browne of the
Sunday school with the albe assistance
of the other teachers is making an ef
fort to increase the membership of the
several classes to a total of at least one
hundred. Plans are already being din
cussed for a big Sunday school picnic
later in the fall and this feature should
make the movement very attractive to
the younger element of the community.
Suitor I want to marry your daughter.
Father Can you divorce her in the
manner to which she has been accus
tomed? New York Sun.
Proper Food Put Him Right.
A ' Good Time Guaran
teed Grand March and Pro
grams at 8:30
The food experience of a physician
in his own case when worn and weak
from sickness and when needing
nourishment the worst way, is valu
An attack of grip, so severe it came
near making an end of me, left my
Rtomach in such condilion I could
not retain any ordinary food.
knew of course that I must have food
nourishment or I could never recover
"I began to take four teaspoonfuls
of Grape-Nuts and cream three
times a day and for 2 weeks .this was
almost my only food. It tasted so
delicious that I enjoyed it Immensely
and my stomach handled it.prfectly
from the first mouthful:' It .was so
nourishing I was quickly Built back
to normal health and strength.
"Grape-Nuts is of great value as
food to sustain life during serious at
tacks in which the stomach Is so de
ranged it cannot digest and assimi
late other foods.
"I am convinced that were Grape
Nuts more widely used by physicians,
it would save many lives that are
otherwise lost from lack of nourish
ment." Name given by Postu'm Co.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
The most perfect food in the world.
Trial of Grape-Nuts and cream 10
days proves. "There's a Reason,"
Look in pkgs. for the littla book,
"The Road to W'ellville." -' :
Ever read the above letter? A
new Ma annftar from time to time.
I They are genuine, true, and full of
MUST STOP RIDING SIDEWALKS
A number of boys were brought he-
fore Justice Irwin and were given some
sound advice upon the riding of bi
cycles on the sidewalks. It has been a
condition of frequent occurrence since
school started for some of the boys to
ride on the sidewalks away from the
center of town. Many complaints have
come in from the fact that smaller
children have been crowded off the
walks to permit the boys to pass and
there is some likelihood of accidents
occurring. After the law concerning
this was explained to the boys, they
The city ordinance will be enforced
bv the officers, and it should ne
brought to the notice of all bicycle rid
ers, by parents and others interested,
and thereby avoid unpleasant and an
noying conditions to arise.
Mike Colden has rented his ranch
near Gilbert to Willie Allen for the
BIG SIGN UP
M. P. Holliday and force placed a
large and attractive sign over their
place of business yesterday.
Rose " Kibbe Krebs, candidate for
state superintendent of public instruc
tion, was meeting the voters of Mesa,
Chandler and Gilbert yesterday. Mrs.
Krebs is basing her argument for fav
or on a promised improvement along
industrial and moral instruction.
INDIANS SLOW IN COMING
Commissioner Santeo reports that
Indian laborers are slow in arriving In
Mesa, only 300 being at present em
ployed in this vicinity. There is great
demand for labor, and he has had
enough started for this district to
number 700, but it seems that they
have been induced to labor in the fields
farther south. He thinks, however,
that it wjll only be a few days now be
fore all the labor that is needed can
NEW MAN ON TRIBUNE
The services of W. P. Stewart, for
merly of the Los Angeles Examiner,
has been procured by the Mesa Tri
bune. He will occupy the position of
city editor. Mr. Dunn will devote
more time to the business end of the
Miss Margaret Meagher, of Glen
dale, is the correspondent of The
Arizona Republican In that dis
trict and will be glad to receive
all Items of news at the GJenwood
Leo Mathews is putting in an addi
tion in his palace of sweets, consisting
of some extra shelving for a special
line of high class candies.
A. C. MORTENSEN WILL BE THERE
A. C. Mortensen, chorister of the
First Ward choir, has made arrange
ments by which he will be able to meet
the singers of the First Ward each
Thursday night for practices.
RETURNS FROM ROCKY FORD
Guy Jones returned yesterday from
Rockv Ford, Col., where he has been
with the Weaver people during their
run. Conditions in the Colorado val
ley have not been nearly so good as in
Mesa. Contaloupes not having brought
near the price on the eastern market.
FUNERAL OF W. M. SHAY
The funeral services of W. M. Shay
were held today at the Merryman &
Hayt chapel in Phoenix. The remains
will be sent to Missouri for burial.
Mrs. Gaiser arrived this morning
from California and will spend a few
days with her daughter, Mrs. E. J.
Kiock, before starting ior Illinois, her
former home. Mrs. Gaiser will be
pleasantly remembered, having spent
a winter in Glendale during which
time she made a host of friends.
NEW WATER SYSTEM
The town of Peoria is contemplat
ing installing a new water system for
domestic purposes and for fire pro
LEAVES FOR NEBRASKA
John Barron, who recently sold his
interest in the Oasis news and con
fectionery. store, left last evening for
Nebraska, where he owns a large
Mrs. Ira Moore returned yesterday
from a visit of several weeks spent
with relatives in Dallas, Tex.
Joe Porter was a business visitor
to the Capital City yesterday.
GOOD MILO MAIZE
Fred Parker and Frank Biggs of
Lehi brought in a load of first class
milo maize which they have raised on
their home ranch this season. They
have a good crop and are not having
any trouble in disposing of the same.
Wellington Blackburn entertained a
number of his associates Tuesday eve
ning in commemoration of his birth.
They spent the evening in games and
served ice cream and cake as refresh
ments. Wellington has Just passed his
The Ladies' Aid of the . Methodist
church met at the home of Mrs
Sam Stout. Thursday. This was one
jf the regular all-day meetings and
was well attended.
K. L. Munford of Mesa was a Glen
dale visitor Thursday.
A RARE DOG
RETURNS TO IDAHO
Edmund Ellsworth who has been vis
iting Jiis brothers and relatives in
Mesa the past three weeks has re
turned to his home in Rigby, Idaho.
Mr. Ellsworth is much impressed with
this country, and if he can make sat
isfactory arrangements he may return
for the winter. If he does not get back
this winter he is in hopes he will be
able to come for the next.
NEW MANAGER M. S. T. - T.
G. H. Stephens, district cashier of
the telephone company, was a Mesa
visitor yesterday, checking in the af
fairs of Mr. Harris, the manager. Mr.
Harris is transferred to the Phoenix
office and G. E. Kellog has been placed
in charge of the Mesa office, the change
taking effect today. Mr. Harris will
remain a few days in Mesa, to help .in
getting Mr. Kellog acquainted with
some of the affairs before taking his
position at the Phoenix office.
JUDGE KINGSBURY SEES IT
Judge Kingsbury is the only man so
far that has reported seeing the comet
of this year. As the judge was en
gaged in conducting the water over his
place along . about- S a. m. Thursday
morning he looked over toward the
northeast and seen something unusual
in the sky. He rubbed his eyes and
looked again but with the same result.
To convince himself still farther,- he
went to the house and called the at
tention of the family to the object,
they also viewed it. The comet ap
pears directly in the northeast, looks
about three feet long from here, and
is headed in a southern direction.
It was a surprise to the judge, for
according to his memory, the comets
discovered this year are not supposed
be visible from Arizona. The ques
tion now that is puzzling the Judge is
A well- known actress, who is very
fond of dogs, numbers among her pos
sessions a magnificent specimen of the
St. Bernard type.
One clay last summer a New Yorker.
who visited the actress at her summer
home, met a colored maid in the road
accompanied by this birr dog. He
asked to whom the canine belonged
"He b'longs to my missus."
"Aren't you afraid of him? He's
No, indeed, suh. Dis dog won t
harm nobody'; he's jest chuck-full of
fun all de time."
"What kind of a dog is he?"
"Well, suh, I hears my missus call
him a full-blooded Sam Bernard."
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed. bids will be received by the
Ariz. Fair Commission at their offices
in the Fleming Building until 5 P. M.
on Monday, Sept. 28. 1914 for the con
struction of an addition to the main
exhibit building at the Fair Grounds,
Plans may be obtained at the office
of the architects, Lescher & Kihbey,
400-420 National Bank of Ariz., Bldg.
The commission reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
C. B. WOODS,
Sec'y Ariz. Fair Commission.
ORDINANCE NO. 21
AN ORDINANCE REGULATING
THE BUSINESS OF PAWNBROK
ERS, SECOND-HAND DEALERS,
JUNK DEALERS AND JUNK COL
LECTORS. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COM
MISSION OF THE CITY OF PHOE
NIX, as follows:
Sec. 1. For the purposes of thte or
dinance a '"pawnbroker" is defined to
be a person, firm, association or cor
poration engaged in conducting, mam
Hging or carrying on the business of
pawnbroking, or the business of loan
ing money for himself, or for any other
person, firm, association or corporation,
receiving as security for the repayment
thereof pawns or pledges of personal
property, or the business of purcnas-
whether this is the comet referred to ' ing persona) property and. resiling or
agreeing to resell such articles to ven
dors, their personal representatives, or
their assignees, at prices agreed upon
at or before the time of such purchase,
whether such business be the princi
pal or sole business so carried on, man
aged or conducted, or be merely inci
dental to, in connection with or a
branch or department of some other
business or businesses.
A "pawnshop" Is defined to be any
room, store or place in which such
business is engaged in, carried on or
For the purposes of this ordinance,
a "second-hand dealer" is defined to
be a person, firm, association or cor
poration engaged in, conducting, man
aging or carrying on the business of
buying, selling or otherwise dealing in
second-hand goods, wares or merchan-'
dise or articles, whether such business
be the principal or sole business so
carried on, managed, or conducted, or
be merely incidental to, in connection
with or a branch or department of
some other business or businesses.
For the purposes of this ordinance, a
'junk dealer" is defined to be a per
son, firm, association or corporation
having a fixed place of business within
the city of Phoenix, and engaged in,
conducting, managing or tarrying on
the business of buying, selling or oth
erwise dealing in .either at wholesale
or retail, old rags, sacks, bottles, cans,
papers, metal, or other articles com
monly known as "junk."
For the purposes of this ordinance,
"junk collector" is defined to be a
person not having a fixed place of
business in the City of Phoenix, who
goes from house to house and from
place to place, gathering, collecting,
buying, selling, or otherwise dealing in
any old rags, sacks, bottles, cans, pa
pers, metal, or other articles common
ly known as "junk."
Sec. 2. It shall be unlawful for any
pawnbroker, or any employee or agent
of any pawnbroker, within the City of
Phoenix, to fail, neglect or refuse to
make out and deliver to the Chief of
Police, within twentw-four hours after
the receipt thereof, a full true and com
plete report of all goods, wares, mer
chandise or articles received on de
posit, in pawn or pledge, or by pur
Such report shall show the hour of
the day and the date when each article
was received on deposit, in pawn or
pledge, or by purchase, and the true
name and address, as nearly as the
same is known to, or can be ascertained
by, such pawnbroker, of such person
or persons by whom any such goods,
wares, merchandise or article was left
or deposited, pawned, pledged or sold.
together with a description of such
person, which description shall show
the style of dress, height, age, sex, com
plexion, color of hair, color of mus
tache or beard, or both, if worn, and
if not worn, such fact shall be noted.
Such reports shalL also show the num
ber of the pawn ticket, the amount
loaned or paid thereon, the quantity or
number purchased, and a complete
description of each article so received,
including all distinguishing marks
Sec. 3. It shall be unlawful for any
second-hand dealer, junk dealer or
junk collector, or any employee or
agent of any second-hand dealer, junk
dealer or junk collector, within the City
of Phoenix, to fail, neglect or refuse
to make out and deliver to the Chief of
Police, within one week after the re
ceipt thereof, a full, true and complete
report of all goods, wares, merchandise
or articles received on deposit, in pawn
or pledge, or by purchase.
Such report shall show the hour of
the day and the date when each article
was received on deposit, in pawn or
pledged, or by purchase, and the true
name and address, as nearly, as the
same is known to, or can be ascer
tained by, such second-hand dealer,
junk dealer or junk collector, of such
person or persons by whom any such
goods, wares, merchandise or article
was left or deposited, pawned, pledged
or sold, together with a description of
such person, or persons, which de
scription shall show the style of dress,
height, age, sex, complexion, color of
hair, color of mustache or beard, or
both, if same are worn, and if neither
is worn, such fact shall be noted.
Such report shall also show the amount
loaned or paid thereon, the quantity or
number purchased, and a complete de
scription of each article so received,
including all distinguishing marks
Sec. 4. AH reports required by the
provisions of this ordinance to be made
out and delivered to the Chief of Po
lice, shall be written or printed entirely
in tne Jingnsn language, in a .ieai wm
Sec. 5. It shall be unlawful for any
pawnbroker, second-hand dealer, junk
dealer or junk collector to deface, al
ter, change, destroy, part with, con
ceal, give away, sell or dispose of any
goods, wares, merchandise or articles
before and until one week after making
out and delivering to the Chief of Po
lice the report hereinabove required in
accordance with the provisions of this
Sec. 6. Each failure, neglect or re
fusal to make out and deliver to the
Chief of Police the report in this ordi
nance required to be so made out and
delivered, within the time herein re
quired, and each defacement, alteration,
change, destruction, parting with, con
cealment, gift, sale or disposition of
any goods, wares, merchandise or
article before or until one week after
the making out and delivery of such
report shall constitute a violation of
Every person violP.tlnjf BUT provlsiO
of this ordinance shall t srillty of I
misdemeanor, and upon cojsvlctlof
thereof by a court of competent Jurt
diction, shall be punished by a fine C
not more than two hundred dollars, a
by imprisonment in the city Jail for I
term of not more than two hundred
days, or both such fine and Imprison
ment, and the license of an7 pawn
broker, second-hand dealer, junk deal
or or Junk collector may be aummarU
revoked by the Commission for an
violation of the provisions of this Of
dinance by such pawnbroker, second'
hand dealer, Junk dealer or Junk col
lector, his, their or its employees or
agents and upon any such revocatloJ
of license, all fees or taxes theretofow
paid on account of sueh licensa sna)
be forfeited to the city.
Sec. 7. WHEREAS, the ImmedlaA
operation of the provisions of thl or
dinance is necessary for the preserva
tion pf the public peace, health an
safety, an emergency is hereby ds
clared to exist and this ordinance shal
be in full force and effect from an6
after its passage by the Coinmissloi
and approval by the Mayor, and U.
hereby exempted from the rcfercndJU,
clause of the City Charter.
PASSED by the Commission of tfc.
City of Phoenix, this 12th &y of Sep
APPROVED, this 12th day of Set
GEO. U. TOTJNO.
ORDINANCE NUMBER ?6
AN ORDINANCE TO ABATE
NUISANCES AND TO PREVENT
OBSTRUCTIONS IN AND UPON
THE STREETS, ALLEYS, SIDE
WALKS, PARKS, AND OTHER
FUBLIC GROUNDS IN THE CITi
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COM
MISSION OF THE CITY OF PHOE-
joyment of life or property, or with
any business lawfully conducted by
anyone, in or upon, or facing or
fronting on any of said streets, alleys,
sidewalks, parks or other public
grounds in the City of Phoenix.
Section 2. Any person or persons
who violate any provision in the pre
ceding section contained, shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor and upon
conviction thereof, shall be punished
by a fine of not less than twenty-five
dollars ($25.00), and not to exceed
Three Hundred Dollars ($300.00), or
jby imprisonment in the city jail for
a term not to exceed Ninety (90)
days, or by both such fine and im
prisonment. Section 3. Whereas the abatement
of nnisancee and the prevention of
obstructions in and upon the public
streets, alleys, sidewalks, parks and
other public grounds within the lim
its of the City of Phoenix, is essen
tial to the preservation of the public
peace, health - and safety of the
City of Phoenix, and demands
NIX AS FOLLOWS: I that this ordinance take immediate
Section 1. It shall be unlawful for effect, an emergency is hereby de-
any person or persons, association of
persons, or corporation, to obstruct
or cause to be obstructed any public
street or alley, or sidewalk, or park,
cr other public grounds within the
limits of the City of Phoenix by
committing any act or ' doing any
thing therein, or thereupon, which is
injurious to the health, or indecent
or offensive to the senses, or to da
or cause to be done in or upon any
such streets, alloys, sidewalks, parks
or other public grounds any act or
thing which is an obstruction or in
terference to the free use of proper
ty or which interferes or tends to
interfere with the comfortable en-
clared to exist, and this ordinance
shall be in full force and effect from
and after its passage by the Com
mission of the City of Phoenix, and
its approval by the Mayor, and is
hereby exempted from the referen
dum provision of the City Charier.
Passed by the Commission of the
City of Phoenix this 18th day of
Approved this 18th day of- Septem
GEO. U. YOUNG,
Nestor Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pumps, Etc. 1
ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPY CO.
3rd Ave. and Jackson "We Have the Stock" Phoenix
uotton lirowers, Attention Buy your cotton field
machinery at Kunx Bros. & Messinger and save money. 1
Liex us snow you.
Automobiles " Oarages ' Accessories
AUTOMOBILES Everything for the
automobile carried in stock.
FIRST AND VAN BUREN STREETS
VULCANIZING OF ALL KINDS DONE PPOMPT
LY. WORK GUARANTEED. OUT OF TOWN
207 W. Washington St.
Overland Phone 62S
A. A. A.
Official Touring Garage
MOTOR CARS. W. A. Horrell
521 N. Central. Phone 1223
Expert Service Men
AUTO SUPPLY CO.
U. S. TIRES, OILS, GREASE
Everything But the Auto
517 N. Central Ave.
Ai At Ai
110 N. Central Ave.
M. L. BUCKLEY, JR.
Ford Motor. Car
5-Passenger, $565. Runabout, $515
EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agent
308-310 E. Adams St.
Maricopa County Agent Cor llemlrls
Electric Gear Shift
GEO. W. CAMPBELL
18 Wall Street
f1700.00 F. O. B. PHOENIX
Phone 539 or 596
More Mileage, More Speed,
More Power, Guaranteed
SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR CO.
309-315 North Central Avenue
Qll 101 W. W. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agents
DUIlllV Garage and Salesrooms
313 North Central Avenue. Phone 1450
The Standardized Car. Chase Motor
Trucks. COLE MOTOR COMPANY.
General Repair Work.
4th and Washington Sts. Phone 1228
THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET
GEO. HAGEMAN, Distributor for Arizon.
Corner - Second and Adams Streets
108-110 N. Second Ave.
Phone 1071 .
Official TOURING GARAGE
CASE JEFFERY PACKARD
Uiirlonnft AO0SCAR IRVIN AGENT
nUUSOnD-'tU Garaee 229 E. Adams St.
01 T T T T BEST EQUIPPED MACHINE SHOP IN SOUTH
IM H II. WEST. COMPLETE STOCK OF ACCESSORIES.
GOODYEAR TIRES COMPLETE STOCK
Auto and Supply Co. PHONE 686 326 N.CENTRAL AVE.
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.
Storage, Repairs and Gen
eral Machine Work. Work
Pleasure Cars and Commercial Trucks
Service Station 326-28-30 N. Central. Phone 686
M, L, NAqUIN, Distributors,
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