THE ARIZONA REPJTBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 16, 1914
WE SERVE TOU clean, wholesome
fool at New State Restaurant 31 E.
Adi tns. 12-bn
Auto Time Table
FIRE'S AUTO STAGE LINE
Cars leave Phoenix and Mesa every
30 minutes from 7 A. M. until 6 P. M.,
and thereafter as follows:.
Leave Phoenix Leave Mesa
7:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m.
8:00 " 7:00 "
9:00 8:00 "
10:30 " 9:00 "
Leave Tempe about 30 minutes after
leaving Phoenix. Leave Tempe about
20 minutes after leaving Mesa,
8 : 00 a. m.
1 : 30 p. m.
Ficke's Auto Delivery Phone 414
J. V. Crenshaw, lawyer
Office 211 Fleming Bldg.
Autos to Hire
PHOENIX AUTO LIVERY
Country trips 12c per mile
City trips 25c. Phone 1938
BUTTONS promptly made to order;
plain, rims of Ivory or contrasting ma
terial. Can use small scraps. 710 N.
First St 12-bn
CHIROPODIST, corns removed, BO
cents each; bunions, moles, warts, etc.,
removed by electricity, 39 East Adams,
Frank Shirley, phone 1704. tf
Cleaning and Pressing
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 20 per
cent discount on all Cleaning and
Pressing from now until Jan. 1st.
Jones, Jones & Co., Phone 3150. 1-bm
Contractors and Builders
WE DESIGN and build artistic
homes. No contract too large, none
too small. All kinds of Jobbing
promptly attended to. No charge for
plans. W. H. Jones, general con
tractor, 835 N. 7th Ave., Phone 8656.
DRESSMAKING AT HOME or by the
day. 619 East Jefferson St Phone
2466. . 1-m
DRESSMAKING Gowns, Tailoring
Expert, Eastern Designer. 310 N.
Central Ave. 12-dr
First class dressmaking work guaran
teed. Mrs. Fleming. 429 W. Jefferson.
Phone 8950. dp
FIRST CLASS dressmaking call on
Mrs. Ivy, 510 W. Washington. Phone
88S6. , 12-bp
WE DO FANCY DRESSMAKING.
We teach dressmaking. The American
College of Dressmaking. Room 12,
Monihon Bldg. tf
Electric Carpet Cleaning
CARPETS CLEANED Telephone
733. Electric Carpet Cleaners. tf
SANITARY HAND LAUNDRY,
rough dry, 35c doz., no acid used; each
bundle washed separate; first class
Ironing also. 502 West Adams. Phone
DR. A. C. GRAVES Osteopathic
physician and surgeon, over McKee's,
1st Ave. and Adams St Phone 1935. tf
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 statements and reports. tf
REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO.
35 East Adams: Overland 670. tf
Transfer and Storage
THE WORLD MOVES so do we.
Union Transfer, 23 South First Ave.
Quicker than lightning that's our
service. Phone 3531. tf
LET YOUR MOVE BE OUR MOVE
CHAMBERS TRANSFER CO. PHONE
1228-427. 26 S. 2ND AVE. OPP.
COURT HOUSE. . tf
Lightning Delivery Co.
Pioneer Transfer Co.
ANY KIND OF HAULING
"Quick as a Flash"
42 South Central Ave.
Phones 694 and 112$
jignaru'u'irir - ---'""
TURKISH AND STEAM Baths, la
dies' attendant 11 W. Adams, Dono
frio Bldg. .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 & McLel
lan: lndv assistant, auto hearse. 329
West Adams St., Phone 601. tf
Call for Bids on County Printing
Notice is hereby given that sealed
proposals will be received at the Of
fice of the Board of Supervisors of
Maricopa County in the City of Phoe
nix, Arizona, until eleven o'clock A.
M., Monday, December 71h, 1914, for;
County Printing, Publishing and Ad
vertising for the fiscal year ending
December 31st, 1915.
First For publishing the proceed
ings of the Board of Supervisors. A
stated price per inch, to be set In the
body type of the paper in which the
proceedings are published, one Inser
tion only. Said proceedings to be pub-1
Iished within three days after copy
for the same is furnished.
Second. For publishing and print
ing notices of reward, election procla
mations and all other public notices
required by the county and the offi
cers thereof that are by law a county
charge. A stated price per inch for
such number of times as is required
by law or as may be required by the
Board of Supervisors. A stated price
per inch for each Insertion, set In
Third. For publishing and printing
of the list of persons, the valuation
of whose property is sought to be
added to or raised by the Board of
Equalization as required by law. A
stated price per inch for each In
sertion, set in body type.
All bidders shall file an affidavit
with his or its bid, showing that his
or its newspaper In which the publi
cation is proposed to be made his
been established and published within
the state of Arizona for at least one
year prior to the filing of such affi
davit. All bids must be accompanied
by a certified check for $150.00 as a
guaranty that the bidder will enter
into a contract for the faithful per
rormance of the service. The suc
cessful bidder will be required to fur
nish a good and sufficient bond, con
ditioned upon the faithful perform
ance of his contract.
A copy of this advertisement must
accompany each bid.
The Board reserves the right to re
ject or accept part or all of any bid
or to waive any informalities in any
Bids will be opened by said Board
at its office in the city of Phoenl.t,
Arizona," on Monday, December 7tii,
1914, at eleven o'clock A. M., and
All bids must be sealed snd .id
dressed: James Miller, Jr. Clerk
Board r.f Supervisors, Phoenix, Arizo
na, and marked: "Proposal for Coun
y Publishing and Printing."
By order of the Board of Super
JAMES MILLER, Jr.
Clerk Board of Supervisors, Marlcopj
Red Cross Seals are on
sale at all Drug Stores,
Candy Stores, Dry Goods
Stores, Men's Furnishing
Stores. Buy them now. db
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
.Estate of Geo. H. Newsholme. de
ceased. Notice is hereby given by
the undersigned administrator with
will annexed of the Estaie of Geo. H
Ncwsholme, deceased, to the credi
tors of and all persons having claims
against the said deceased, to exhibit
them, with the necessary vouchers,
within ten months after the first
publication of this notice to the said
administrator, Walter Bennett, at the
office of Kibbey, Bennett & Bennett,
Fleming Block, in the City of Phoe
nix, Arizona, the same being the
place for the transaction of the busi
ness of said estate, in the said Coun
ty of Maricopa, Arizona.
Administrator of the estate of Geo.
H. Newsholme, deceased.
Dated this 3rd day of December, 1914,
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Phoenix National Bank
will be held in its office in Phoenix
Ariz., on Tuesday January 12th, 1915,
at 3 o'clock P. M. for the purpose of
electing a board of directors to serve
the ensuing year and to transact such
other business as may properly come
before said meeting.
H. D. MARSHALL,
The . nnual meeting of the stoek
holders of the National Bank of Ari-
zonawill be held in its offic In Phoe
nix, Arizona, on Tuesday, January 12,
191J, at 3 o'clock p. m., for the purpose
of electing a board of directors to
serve for the ensuing year, and trans
act such other business as may prop
erly come before said meeting.
December 12, 1914.
STOCKHOLDERS' ANNUAL MEET
ING Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the Stockholders of the
the Arizona Securities and Investment
Company of Phoenix, Arizona, will be
held at their office, 107 North Central
Avenue, in said city of Phoenix, on the
third Wednesday in December, to-it:
December 16th, 1914, at 7:30 o'clock
p. m. of that tlay, for the purpose of
electing a board of directors for said
company for the ensuing year and for
the transaction of such other business
as may probably come before said
(Signed) G. A. MAUK,
Eighty-five per -cent, of
the gross proceeds from the
sale of Red Cross Seals eroes
to St. Luke's Home. Help
your local institution. db
D. D. HORNING
For Sale Lands m small or large
acreage, also city property.
INSURANCE AND LOANS
Office 411 West Monroe St.
Corner Fourth Ave. Phoenix,
Office of the Board of Supervisors, Maricopa County,
Chap. 75, Sec. 20, 3rd S. S. 1913
Tempe Normal School, Sewerage
S. S. 1913 T
University of Arizona, Maintenance,
University of Arizona, Improvement
6, 3rd S. S. 1913
University of Arizona, Building &
tural Building, Chap. 75, Sec. 16,
University of Arizona, Redemption Fund, U. of A. Bonds, Par.
3663, R. S. of Ariz. 1901- 00062
University of Arizona, Interest on Bonds, Par. 3663, R. S. of Ariz.,
University of Arizona, Interest on Bonds, Act 47, Laws 1903 00010
Total State Tax Levy
Pursuant to and in conformity with
XLIX, Civil Code, Revised Statutes of Arizona, 1913, entitled "Revenue," the
Board of Supervisors of Maricopa County, State of Arizona, proceeded to
assess the amount of taxes to be levied for County, purposes, designating
the amount which shall, on each one hundred dollars of taxable property,
real and personal, be "levied for such purposes, adding thereto the amount
required by the State Board of Equalization to be levied for State purposes.
the said amounts being fixed as follows:
State Tax Levy
County General Fund
County General Road Fund '. 135
County General School Fund 185
Bond Interest Fund, Territorial -Refunding Bonds .015
Total State and County Tax
The following Tax Rates were
Road Districts of Maricopa County:
Phoenix High School Bond Redemption Fund $0,005
Phoenix High School Bond Interest Fund 025
Phoenix High School Maintenance Fund .140
Mesa High School Bond Interest Fund .: 045
Mesa High School Maintenance Fund
Tempe High School Bond Interest
Tempe High School Maintenance Fund
Glendale High School Bond Interest
Glendale High School Maintenance
Tolloson High School Maintenance
District Number One Bond Interest
District Number One Manual Training
District Number One Special Maintenance Fund 11
District Number Two Bond Interest Fund 020
District Number Three Bond Interest Fund 110
District Number Three Manual Training Fund .035
District Number Four Bond Interest
District Number Four Manual Training
District Number Four Special Maintenance Fund 040
District Number Five Bond Interest
District Number Six Bond Interest
District Number Six Manual Training Fund 030
District Number Six Special Maintenance Fund 090
District Number Seven Bond Interest
District Number Seven Special Maintenance Fund 060
District Number Eight Bond Interest Fund 060
District Number Einht Manual Training Fund 085
District Number Eight Special Maintenance Fund .095
District Number Nine Bond Interest
District Number Nine Special Maintenance Fund 1
District Number Ten Bond Interest Fund 200
District Number Ten Special Maintenance Fund 160
District Number Eleven Bond Interest Fund : .030
District Number Eleven Special Maintenance Fund .230
District Number Thirteen Bond Interest Fund '. 030
District Number Thirteen Special Maintenance Fund 030
District Number Fourteen Bond Interest Fund ..1 050
District Number Fourteen Bond Redemption Fund 110
District Number Fourteen Manual Training Fund .060
District Number Fourteen Special Maintenance Fund 020
District Number .Sixteen Bond Interest Fund 050
District Number Sixteen Manual Training Fund 130
District Number Seventeen Special
District Number Ninteen Bond Interest
District Number Ninteen Manual Training Fund 320
District Number Twenty-One Bond Interest Fund 130
District Number Twenty-One Special Maintenance Fund ,.070
District Number Twenty-Four Special Maintenance Fund 060
District Number Twenty-Five Bond Interest Fund 040
District Number Twenty-Five Special Maintenance Fund 070
District Number Twenty-Six Bond Interest Fund .030
District Number Twenty-Eight Special
District Number Thirty-One Bond Interest Fund ' 090
District Number Thirty-One Special Maintenance Fund 190
District Number Thirty-Three Bond Interest Fund : ." .' .030
District Number Thirty-Eighth Bond Interest Fund 020
District Number Thirty-Eight Bond Interest Fund ' , .020
District Number Thirty-Eight Manual Training Fund - .'. 070
District Number Thirty-Eight Special
District Number Forty Bond Interest
District Number Forty Bond Redemption Fund :::..'. .090
District Number Forty Manual Training Fund .025
District Number Forty Special Maintenance Fund .180
District Number Forty-One Bond Interest Fund 060
District Number Forty-One Special Maintenance Fund ". .... .060
District Number Forty-Five Bond Interest Fund 050
District Number Forty-Five Bond Redemption Fund 100
District Number Forty-Seven Bond Interest Fund 080
District Number Forty-Seven Special Maintenance Fund 090
District Number Forty-Eight Bond Interest Fund 1 040
District Number Forty-Eight Manual Training Fund .060
District Number Forty-Eight Special Maintenance Fund 070
District Number Forty-Nine Bond Interest Fund' 030
District Number Fifty-Four Bond Interest Fund 030
District Number Fifty-Seven Bond Interest Fund 080
District Number Fifty-Seven Manual Training Fund 110
District Number Fifty-Seven Special Maintenance Fund 120
District Number Sixty-Five Bond Interest Fund 015
District Number Sixty-Five Special Maintenance Fund 055
District Number Sixty-Six Bond Interest Fund 040
District Number Sixty-six Special Maintenance Fund 180
District Number Sixty-Eight Bond Interest Fund 085
District Number Sixty-Eight Manual Training Fund 055
Special Road District Number One Maintenance Fund - 750
Special Road District Number One Bond Interest Fund 130
' (Second Bonds)
Special Road District Number One Bond Interest Fund 110
Special Road District Number Two Bond Interest Fund .320
Special Road ' District Number Two Maintenance Fund 370
Special Road District Number Three Maintenance Fund .490
QueVn Creek Irrigation District Maintenance Fund 300
The Chajrman reported that on
Grace Coker as Notary Public, with
DEPUTY SHERIFF APPOINTED
J. D. Adams, Sheriff, filed his appointment of R. R. Schultz as Deputy
Sheriff and the same was approved by the Board, provided, however, that
he was to be allowed no compensation for services as deputy sheriff.
On motion and by unanimous vote the Board passed and adopted the
Whereas, it appears to this board that Laura Billups and Cecil Billups
now own or claim to own the Northeast quarter of the Northwest quarter,
the Northwest quarter of the Southeast quarter, the North half of the
Northeast quarter,, the Southwest quarter of the Northeast quarter, the
North half of the Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter, the North
half of the South half of the Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter
and the North half of the South half of the South half of the Southeast
quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section Ten (10), Township One (1)
North, Range Five (5) East of the G. & S. R. B. & Meridian, In Maricopa
County State of Arizona; That said real estate in the year 1888 was, by
J. K. Murphy, then Sheriff of Maricopa County, sconveyed to the Territory
of Arizona for the non-payment of taxes for the current year; that it
further appears from the records of said Maricopa County that all taxes
assessed against the said land for the same year were duly paid by J. F.,
W. A., and P. P. Daggs, then the owners of said premises; that the sale
as aforesaid was made by mistake.
Now Therefore, It is ordered that the premises aforesaid be released
from any right acquired by Maricopa County by virtue of said sale, and the
Chairman and Clerk of this Board are hereby directed to execute and de
liver to the said Laura Billups and Cecil Billups a quit-claim deed to the
said premises in accordance with the terms of this resolution.
On motion and by unanimous .vote of Board stood at recess until ten
o'clock A. M., August 24th,. 1914.
System, Chap. 75, Sec. 21, 3rd
Cha.p. 75, Sec. 6, 3rd S. S.
& Equipment, Chap. 75, Sec.
Furnishing Fire proof Agricul
3rd S. S. 1913
the provisions of Chapter III, Title
levied in School Districts and Special
Maintenance Fund 100
Maintenance Fund 100
Maintenance Fund 020
August 13th he, approved the Bond of
C. H. Akers and C. C. Hurley as
W. A. Moeur, .
Chairman Board of Superviors,
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SOUTH SIDE NEWS
HORACE B. GRIFFEN, JR, GENERAL SOUTHSIDE AGENT
Casa Lome Hotel Bldg., Phone 53.
Tempe Correspondent, H. B. , Griff en, Jr.
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TEMPE SCHOOLS CLOSE
ON AFTERNOON OF 23RD
Ten Day Vacation fer Students. Par
tial Xmas Calendar for Tempe
Christmas offers a ten-day vaca
tion to students of the Tempe schools
this year, dating from the evening
of the 23rd to the first Monday in
the new year.' That all are looking
forward to the close of school a
week from tonight, goes without say
ing. Many, especially tne stuaents
of the normal, have already formu
lated their plans for the vacation
period, and wherever possible the
out of town students will spend their
time with the folks at home.
School closes this year at all four
of the Tempe institutions on the
same date, the evening of the 23rd.
It will reopen again on the Monday
following New Years, allowing in all
ten days for the Christmas holidays.
The closing of the grammar schools
will be marked with appropriate
Christmas exercises. The corps of
teachers at both the training and
public schools are already busily en
gaged with this work.
What the calendar for the holidays
holds for Tempe people and the out
of the valley folks who will spend
their vacation here has not been
compiled as yet. The Christmas af
ternoon program is pretty well under
way, however, and baseball enthusi
asts of the town promises some kind
of a contest, one between the high
school or town team, the leans and
the fats, or the married and the sin
gle. It is possible that a sport pro
gram will be worked in on this card
with a special band concert in con
nection. $10.00 REWARD win be given for the
arrest and conviction of any person
taking Republicans from the premises
of subscribers. Advertisement. tt
WILL SELL on easy terms, 1 lot. 1
acre or 4 acres in Goodwin Homes Add.
J. C. Goodwin, Tempe. Adv. bn
HERE FROM THE DAM
C. C. Griffin, formerly a resident
of Tempe and now located at Roose
velt arrived in the valley Monday
evening for a few days' visit.
Howard Brown, president of the
Tempe Board of Trade, town clerk
and secretary of the Tempe Cotton
Exchange spent' yesterday afternoon
in Phoenix lining up his work for
the city In getting out this year's
FOR SALE Wood burning range,
ss lood as new. J. B. Mullen.
A WHEEL FOUND
The Tempe marshal has in his
possession a bicycle which was pick
ed up recently on the north side of
the river. It is of a maroon color,
has box handle bars, double bars,
and is numbered 13122A.
Mrs. B. B. Sanders pleasantly en
tertained at her home on East Sixth
street Monday evening, the Five
Hundred club of Tempe. The club s
constitution holds It to a six months
organization and the twelve members
gather every other Monday to spend
the evening at the card table.
FOUND Man's gold watch. Ower
may regain same upon application to
Cecil Sherwin, Tempe, and paying for
this ad. Ads. bn
WATER ACCOUNTS DUE
But a few days remain for the de
linquent patrons of the Tempe wa
ter department to settle their ac
counts without laying themselves
liable to doing without the service
for a while. The ordinance rules that
service shall be discontinued arter
the twentieth of the month, if ac
counts are not settled by that time.
To date there are quite a few whom
the water commissioner will visit
about the last of this week if set
tlements ase not offered before then.
A NORMAL HOP
Tempe normal opens its program of
social dances this year with a dance
next Saturday evening in the gym
nasium. Such is the ruling after all
the diversities of opinions have been
patched, spliced and made as one
An Overland roadster,
is that in which K. T,
ride hereafter in preference to an au
to passenger stage. The new car is
one that Kelly has picked after sev
eral years' deliberation and he rests
confident that -there are none better.
"THE TREY O' HEARTS"
"The Trey O' Hearts" has been
added to the program of attractions
at the Goodwin opera house in
Tempe and will hereafter be shown
each Saturday evening starting with
the initial number this week. Shows
for tonight and tomorrow night have
been cancelled. There will be none
until Friday evening when the Mil
lion Dollar Mystery lends the program.
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Refer to him Subscription Orders, Stops, Changes, as well as all Bss
iness regarding Advertising and Job Printing. '
Remember your child -'
ren in ' a wise and
substantial way for
One of our Certifi
cates of Deposit will
make a very accept
able gift one which
will increase from
year to year.
4 per cent interest
paid on certificates of
MESA'S CONTRIBUTION TO
THE NEWS OF THE DAY
W. E. Walters, teller in the Mesa
City Bank, was taken suddenly ill
fm.i;iv ntmn and medical aid was
called in. At . six o'clock yesterday
morning he was removed to tne
Kniithsirlo hosnital and an operation
for appendicitis performed at 9 a.
m. by Drs. Moeur and calmer. At
lust lenorts the patient was pro
gressing as well as could be expect
ed, the operation having proven suc
DANCES MEET WITH - FAVOR
The new dances being introduced to
the memoirs of the Mutual Improve
ment . Association by Dr. John H.
Taylor and Miss Theresa Beesely
met with the approval of a large at
tendance at the opera house last
nisht and Monday night. The in
struction is free i;jd many are tak
ing advantage of the opportunity. A
normal course, of instruction along
Mutual Improvement lines is being
conducted at the Second Ward cha
pel. LARGE FORCE
Superintendent D. P. Jones reports
the operation of 133 men and eighty
teams of horses on the work of canal
cleaning, under the direction of A. J.
Haltom, general superintendent of
operations and maintenance. The
force will be moved today above the
power house and will clean from
there to Granite Reef.
MARRIED AND RETURNED
J. C. Steele, who is well known in
this section in his capacity as a ce
ment worker has returned from
j Pittsburg, Ph., with a charming wife.
His wife is having the experience of
seeing at first hand the great un
broken west, and the land of one
story buildings. While the conditions
seem peculiar, yet she is sure that
she will soon be aide to adapt her
self to them.
ACTIVITIES AT LOCAL DEPOT
Mr. Rosenberry has shipped a car
of Christmas trees from California
to this district for distribution. The
government has unloaded many cars
of timber and equipment for the con
struction work now being performed,
and the company has added another
encloser at the stock yards 200x200
which admits the handling of 2000
head of cattle with what space they
already have enclosed.
PIONEER DRUGGIST DIES
Dr. John Wood Bailev for tuontv.
four years a resident of Arizona ami
the greater portion of that time in
Mesa, died at his residence Monday.
Dr. Bailey was one of the earliest of
the local druggists, having conducted
business in the building now occupied
by the Crescent. He was hiehlv re
spected by everyone for his sterling
wortn ana attention to detail. He
had been under the care of Dr.
Drane for some time and everything
possible done during his last ill
ness. The remains were interred at
the Mesa cemetery yesterday after
noon. SAMPLES OF NEW FEDERAL RE-
The Mesa City bank has received
samples of the new federal reserve
A Great Bargain
In a Grape Fruit Grove and one in an Alfalfa Farm,
ftfust be sold. Price way down. Let us cll you
Lands in All Parts of the Valley. Orange and
Grape Fruit Lands a Specialty
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With Everybody's Drug Store, Phone 6 or 55
Mesa Correspondent, Thos. B. Lee
issue of five and ten dollar bills.
This is from the first issue of the
reserve bank at San Francisco and
is the official currency issued by the
twelfth district. The fives have the
portrait of Abraham Lincoln on the
face and the scenes of Columbus dis
covering America and the landing of
the Pilgrims on the back. The tens
have Andrew Jackson's portrait on
the front, with an agricultural nd
manufacturing scene on the back.
IN FROM RANCH
Mrs. W. S. Dorman who was in
from the ranch Monday reports that
her daughter who has been ill, is
very much better.
CHANGE IN PRESIDENCY
At the general meeting of the mu
tual! of the Maricopa Stake Sunday
night the resignation of the former
president, Mrs. Cassie Pomeroy was
accepted and Dr. Pearl Udell wa
elected president. The new officer
chose practically the same officers
as in the ' former work, with the ad
dition of Mrs. McCembie of Phoenix.
Emily Jones of Lehi and Mrs. Turley
of the Alma district as aids. The
meeting was addressed by John H.
Taylor on the subect of "Vocational
Guidance and Scout Work" and Miss
Beesley upon "Loyalty to Organiza
tions and Officers."
A good representation of the phil
anthropic organizations and churches
of Mesa was held in Mesa Sunday,
and committees appointed on enter
tainmnet, finance and arrangements
for the entertainment of the poor
children of this section at Christmas.
Representative men and women of
the community are on the commit
tees assuring its success.
LOTS OF FUN
Dr. stoner and Judge Kingsbury
report a splendid time on their three
days' hunt and Some little game.
They received a good soaking, but
other than this suffered no unpleas
Large line Bamboo and Indian
baskets 1-3 off. Nippon Bargain
Store. Advertisement. It
There will be an adjourned meeting
of the stockholders of the Arizona Pub
lishing company held at the office of
The Arizona Publishing Company,
Phoenix, Arizona, Monday December
DWIGHT B. HEARD,
Put a Red Cross Seal on
all your Christmas pack
"Load the Bull Tractor and
try it; . 1
Unload the team and buy it"
Groceries and Meats
Phone 7 E. 8th St.
Phoenix Trust Co.
16 West Adams Street
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