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THE AlttZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MOUSING, JANUARY. 16, 1915
Lost and Found
I.i 1ST i ne blown mink muff; finder
please return to room 3, Monihan Bills.
Iti i i ive reward, tf
KtilWD Several bundles, evidently
lost Wednesday night, on Yuma road;
owner can have same liy paying for
this advert ise.Ticnt at Otto Green's, S
miles west on Yuma. road. bn
The Cow Boy Commercial Corral
Th. 3063. The Largest Livery, Feed
and Sale Stables, Van Buren & Gr.
Ave.; Have Sheds for men, rigs, horses
&- an Iron house for Ladie9.
E. A. STARR Prop.
Phone 1063 tf
Sacrifice sale in a live mining town
in Arizona. Completely equipped bak
ery paying over $ 1 Oo a month, clear of
expenses. only bakery in town.
Store rent Z per month, l'nor health
r..mp' Ms owner to sacrifice. Price cut
to i'lU'l For terms see
;iii:i:xi-: & gmffix
121 S. Central Ave. ds
FHtST CLASS RF.ST.U RAXT and
bakery for sale in fastest growing city!
in Arizona. Impure V. Ward Davies.
i 'asa Grande, Ariz. bp '
I'.KST KOO.MINU HOFSE proposi
ti. m ever offered to the public, for
sale or lease. Address I'. O Eox
'.TT. Phoenix. tf
Fill: S.M.K Lease of hotel, Willi
forty-five rooms; dining room wilh
table license, fixtures, etc.; only ho
tel in town of .ludfl inhabitants. For
information wrile C. AV. Fernald,
Pox :i:'7. Imperial, California. cl
FFIi.MTFRK AND LKASK of room
ing home of is rooms, very reasonable,
rent vi ry reasonable. Call and inves
tigate. j::o W. Washington St. bin
F ' i"ni nnnirviTinrvviriAAAAJiWMW
10 REWARD for the arrest and
conviction of anyone stealing the Ari
zona Republican from the front yards
of any of our subscribers.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
PHOENIX AFTO LIVER r
Twelve city blocks ;:,c
2 passengers any part city, each 2.".c
Country trips over 20 miles, 12c per m.
Fhone I93S tf
Auto Time Table
FIKE'S AUTO STAGE LINE
Cars leave Phoenix and Mesa every
50 minutes from 7 A. M. until G P. 31.,
and thereafter as follows:
Leave rhoenlx Leave Mesa
: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,
Leave Mesa Leave Chandler
8:00 a.m. 7:30 a.m.
10:00 " 9:30 "
12:00 " 11:30 "
2:00 p.m. 1:30p.m.
4:00 " 3:30 "
6:00 " 5:30 "
Ficke'B Auto Delivery Phone 414
J. W. Crenshaw, lawyer
Office 211 Fleming Bldg. tf
AUTo PAINTING, estimates given.
Phono 2133. E. C. Higsins. 511 E.
ALL FOOT TROUBLE scientifically
treated and foot appliances made to
order by a graduate of the Washington
Scbo.,1 of Surgical Cliiropady at the
4:!il West Washington
CHIROPODIST, corAs removed, 50
rents each; bunions, moles, warts, etc.,
removed. :;: East Adams, Fran::
Shirley. Phone 1704. tf
Contractors and Builders
W. H., .IONICS, general contractor,
jobbing. S:, X. 7th Ave. Phone Sil.lC.
Cleaning and Pressing
STECIAL 20 DISCOUNT on all
cleaning and pressing. Jones, Jones &
Co, Phone 3K,0. 1-hm
WE DO FANCY DRESSMAKING.
Wn teach dressmaking. The American
College of Dressmaking, Boom 12,
Monition Bldg. tf
Electric Carpet Cleaning
CARPETS CLEANED Telephone
733. Electric Carpet Cleaners. tf
We do the highest class Ford re
pairing, all work done by Ford ex
perts. Washing and polishing a
specialty. Evans Garage, 307 X. Cen
tral Ave. Phone 1213. tf
NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE OF
IX THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
STATE OF ARIZONA, IN AND
FOR MARICOPA COUNTY
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF ROSARIA LEOX MARTIXEZ,
Deceased. Xo. 1923.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
in pursuance of an order of the above
entitled court, made in the above en
titled matter, on the 5th day of Jan
uary, lf i n, the undersigned, as admin
istrator, will sell at private sale to the
highest bidder for cash, the following
described real estate:
An undivided One-half interest
in and to the Northeast Quarter Oi) of
Section Twenty-Six (26). in Township
One (1) North. Range Two (2) East,
Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian,
fn Maricopa County, Arizona.
The sale will be made on or after
January 2iith, 1913, subject only to the
confirmation of said sale as by law pro
vided; and bids will be received at the
office of Alexander & Christy, 311
Fleming Building, City of Phoenix,
State of Arizona.
Administrator of the Estate of Rosaria
Leon Martinez, Deceased.
Dated January 9th, 191.1.
Pursuant to the. provisions of
Chapter III, Title XXVI. Civil Code,
Revised Statutes of Arizona, 1913,
entitled "Juries and Jurrors," notice
is hereby given that I have thi.s
day received from the Clerk of the
Board of Supervisors and filed in
my "office a duly certified copy of
tlie list of persons qualified to serve
as jurors in Maricopa County, State
.if Arizona, and that I have this
day notified the County Recorder of
Maricopa County and the Chairman
of the Board of Supervisors of Mari
copa, County, State of Arizona, to
attend at the court room of the Su
perior Court in the court house of
Maricopa County, or the room in
which such court is held, on Mon
day, January IS. V.'l'i, at the hour
of 1:""l P. -M.. . for the purpose of
selecting the names of persons to
servo as gram! and trial jurors.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court this Mfh day of January,
I Scan JAMF.S MILLER. JR..
Clerk of the Superior Court of Mari
copa Coimiy, State of Arizona.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
MEETING OF GOLDEN STATE
PORTLAND CEMENT COM
PANY Pursuant to Article XIV of the By
Laws, Notice is hereby given that the
annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Golden State Portland Cement
Company, a Corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Arizona, will, be held in the office of
said Corpora' ion and of J. W. Cren
shaw, Room 211 Fleming Building, in
Ihe City of Thoenix, County of Mari-
opa. State of Arizona, on Tuesday, the
nd day of February. 191.", at the hour
of 1 oViock P. M. of that day, for the
purpose of electing directors of said
Corporation for the ensuing year and
of transacting any other business coili
ng before the said meeting.
Dated this 13th day of December,
F. O. WrYMAN,
President of said Corporation.
C. W. RUSSEL,
Secretary of said Corporation.
ORDER YOUR FRUIT TREES of
Hall Eros. We took twenty-eight
premiums at the State Fair last fall
with the kind of fruit we sell. Hall
Bros. P. O. Box 317 City. tf
Scientific body massage, Swedish
movements. (9 a. m. to 6 p. m.) Lven-
ings by appointment. Miss Catherine
Power, WJ N. 6th street. Thone 8S03.
BEST SHAMPOO in the city, 33c.
DcMarvel Hair and Toilet Shop.
441 West Washington
Phone 1926 tf
SANITARY HAND LAUNDRY,
rough dry, 33c doz, no acid used; each
bundle washed separate; first class
ironing also. 502 West Adami. Phone
DR. A. C. GRAVES Osteopathic
physician and surgeon, over McKee'a,
1st Ave. and Adams St. Phone 1935. tf
C. P. T.EI'1 309 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
TURKISH AND STEAM Baths, la
dies' attendant, 11 W. Adams, Dono
frio Bldg. tf
Transfer and Storage
LIGHTNING DEL. TRANSFER CO.
We store or haul anything. Phone
594 and 1126. 42 South Central. tf
THE WORLD MOVES so do we.
Union Transfer, 23 South First Ave.
Quicker than lightning that's our
service. Phone 3531. tf
I.F.T YOITR MOVE BE OUR MOVE
CHAMBERS TRANSFER CO. PHONE
1228-427. 26 S. 2ND AVE. OFF.
COURT HOUSE. tf
r.ASTF.RT.TNC. & WHITNEY Un
dertnkers and Embalmers. 213 West
Washington St, Phoenix, Arizona, tf
Hire a little salesman at The Rc
ublican office. A AVant -Ad will see
ore customers than you can.
MOHX, DRISCOLL & MAUS Un
dertakers, Embalmers and Funeral Di
rectors. 311 N. 1st Ave. tf
UNDERTAKERS--Moore & McLel
lan; lady assistant, auto hearse. 329
West Adams St, Phone 601. tf
SOUTH SIDE NEWS
HORACE B. CRIFFEN, JR, GENERAL SOUTHSIDE AGENT
Refer to him Subscription Orders, Stops, Changes, as wall aa all Bss
inete regarding Advertising and Job Printing.
TEMPE OFFICE MESA OFFICE
Caia Loma Hotel Bldg, Phone 53. With Everybody's Drug Store, Phone 6 or 55
Temp Correspondent, H. B. Griffon, Jr. Mesa Correspondent Chas. F. Jones
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PRETTY TOWN PLAZA
COMPLETE WITH SEATS
Council Orders Long Wanted Bench
es for Park; Other Items of
All that might be wished for ;n
the nature of a town plaza way
vouched for by Alderman D. i. Buck
in his report to the council on Tues
day night, whin he stated that a set
of ten benches were under construc
tion and would likely be in place bv
tomorrow afternoon. The benches fill
a. long felt want and with their ad
dition to the plaza which is now
.turrounded by wide cement walks
and is dotted here and there by
the ornamental shade trees anil flow
er beds, it leaves this public resting
place about as pretty and pleas.rit
a spot for one to pass away his idle
time in that it might be wished for.
Especially has the need of benches
been felt since the. band began us
weekly concerts an.l on special re
quest to the council from O. R. Finch,
the order was recently given for the
construction of the seats which
diould result in their placement in
the park by tomorow.
This month's regular meeting f
the council was a short one in com
parison to the usual meetings, arid
iside from the attention of the
sewer, auditing the monthly bills,
and taking care of a. few minor
items, business was iniiot.
The irrigation system for Cold-
man addition which has for years
hi on handled tinder the direct mana
gement of tlie Tempe Canal company
was Thursday nisbt taken over by
the town. This is a matter that has
been before the council for months,
in fact almost three years, -ind
one that everybody involved is heart
ily glad to see disposed of.
The sewer system and proposition
f running the mains through al
leys instead of on the streets was
discussed but no definite action was
DRUG STORE HAS NEW HOURS
By mutual agreement the Temoe
drug stores have once more in
creased, their limitations on open
hours and have now set the regular
closing time for eacli night at S:3m
o'clock, an advance of an hour over
the closing time formerly observed.
This new ruling governs all nights
but Saturday, when the stores will
be open until 9:3o and Sunday wh"n
We are placing our entire line of Clothing, Shoes,
Hats, Shirts and other fuvnishiiigs on sale at almost
unheard of reductions. Come in and see for vour-sclf.
All Shirts of wool, silk, Any Sweater in the
and madras go at house at
25 OFF 25 OFF
Woolen Underwear at Overcoats Suits .and
25 OFF - children's at
' TJ . ; 25 OFF
v lannel Pajamas and
Night Shirts at .Wi PT v n
200 pairs of Ladies' low
25 OFF ;uh1 llij?h 8)0(.s
A large line of 0 S(-'" from
and -HH) Hats, go at 25 TO
25 OFF 50 OFF
f You Come Todav You Secure the Uest Selections
they ar.- open only until S o'clock. "K
The Sunday closing which has bejn i I
observed for some months lias pro- j f
veil a success and there' is little I I
reason to believe that the public will f.
sutler trom the hours decrease m
the daily service that the drug stoics
I'ave heretofore extended. i
TREY 0' HEARTS
With ? Other Pictures,
a Reels r
At 10- and 15c
r.'iO PEOPLE WANTED TODAY at
Hyder's to take advantage of our -T.'
reductions on shirts, underwear, hats,
sweaters, overcoats and suits anil
ladies shoes. Advertisement. 11
5 DISCOUNT ON CATA
on all kinds of Xursery
stock from best California
nursery. Inspection and
delivery made before pay
ment is required.
Groceries and Meats
Phone 7 E. 8th St.
WIND AND ALMOST RAIN.
Plenty of wind and dust extended
its disagreeableness to pedestrians
all through yesterday anil ibe pr
ceding night. A rising wind -i-el
heavy clouds about midnight Thurs
day threatened rain and even tli'i -dor
and lightning lent their effect ;
but without avail. Aside from the
prevalent wind and dust the valley's
char, warm sunshine featured as
usual ; picasant winter day.
I OF THE RIO GRANDE
i S. M. Bryan of New Mexico Anxious
; to Secure Location Near Mesa.
.MEN'S OVERCOATS, suits; child
ren's clothing: sweaters, woolen under
wear, selling at 2.V.e off at Hyder's.
Buy now while the selection is good.
NOVEL TRAVELING SYSTEM.
Johnson ti Oarlyle's Peerless Com
edy players who filled a two night's
engagement in Tempe Wednesday
and Thursday lift yesterday morning
for lTorenco where they were t
show last evening. It is a. uniiiie
and novel stunt that thi.s troupe of
five is following. They travel solely
by moans of 'their immense seven
pasenger auto, and are now, town by
town touring through Arizona headed
for the east. I'rom Florence tiny
propose to take in Kay, .Ilayden ind
U'iiiklcman and then on Into Olobe.
BOOZE STILL APPARENT.
That booze is still in existence
within this dry territory was thril
lingly demonstrated at midnight list
Thursday when two autos almosi
cillided at the corner of Mill avenue
and Third street, and one of the oc
cupants of one machine, literally
soaked with intoxicants, was dis
lodged from his seat and thrown to
Fred Schaeffer, Prop.
A market where you secure the best of fruits, vegetables, fish and
oysters every day in the week; sausage of all kinds, fresh meats
and dressed fowls. ; r
Orders solicited and delivered.
Save from 5 to lfl per cent by paying cash.
Phor.34 Tempe, Ariz.
Determined to become identified
with the agricultural interests of
the Salt river valley and to intro
duce methods of growing water
melons along new lines, S. y. Bryan
has arrived in Mesa and is looking
around wilh the idea of making a
selection of forty or sixty acre tract
which will be devoted exclusively
to the growth of watermelons and
cantaloupes. It should be remarked
in pasing that while Mr. liryan is
recently from Xew Mexico he was
formerly from Oeorgia anil that par
ticular section of Georgia where the
agriculturists knew nothing better
than the production of watermelons.
However, Mr. Bryan, is not only
a grower of watermelons, but he ex
pects to plant several acres to file
Chinese sugar melon, a variety of
Ihe cantaloups larger than the Rocky
Cord, and according to the gentei
man a great many times sweeter.
He is of ihe opinion that this grade
of melon has never been grown at
this place and He, if he can secure
a location, will put them on the
market, lie claims many things for
the ground. To avoid a collision one
car tinned onto the railroad truck
und Ihe intoxicated member of the'
party immediately lost his seat when
the first wheel struck a rail. That
he was neither run over by the
second machine nor apparently hurt
lrom the hard fall he sustained is
considered altogether lucky.
VISITOR IN PHOENIX.
Dudley Windes who 'has recentlc
returned to Tempe to live with his
parents was a business visitor in
Phoenix yesterday afternoon.
Automobiles ' Carafes ' Accessories
Ai Ai Ai
Official TOURING GARAGE
AUTOMOBILES Everything for tt
automobile carried In itock.
FIRST AND VAN BUREN STREET!
VULCANIZING OF ALL KINDS DONE PROMPT-
An 7 Ann LY- work guaranteed, out of town
207 VT. Washington Bt.
Overland Phone 121
W. W. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agtnta
Garage and Salesrooms
313 North Central Avenue. Phone 1450
3 OS X. Second Ave.
Arizona Distributors. Phone 15S1
Reliable Rubber Works
The only completely
equipped vulcanizing plant
In the city. All work ab-
306 North Central Avenue,
Official A. A. A. Transcontinental Garage.
108 North Second Avenue. Phone 15S1
Earl Brown, Shop Foreman
AUTO SUPPLY CO.
MOTOR CARS. W. A. Horrell
521 N. Central. Phone 122S
Expert Service Men
Ford Motor Car!
U. S. TIRES, OILS, GREASE.
Everything But the Auto
617 N. Central Ave. Phone 1071
THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET
GEO. HAGEMAN, Distributor for Arizona
Comer Second and Adami Street -
Paaienger, 1565. Runabout. 1611
EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agent
308-310 E. Adama 8L
Maricopa County Agent for Firestone
More Mileage, Mora Speed,
More Power, Guaranteed
SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR CU
309-315 North Central Avenue
1850 F. O. B. Phsanix
Gray & Davi. Starter326-28-30 N. Central
O'NEILL AUTO & SUPPLY CO.
B. Trent, Manager. Automobile Repairing
Cooc'year Tirea Auto Accettoriea
227-229 North Center
Made to Make flood
THE LOWE RUBBER CO.
20S X. Central Avenue
his vr.iitM- nf cantaloupes oihtr than
their nenr.-.s. He is already, io
touch with a number of landowners
who will b ahle to secure for him
the class nf land and the location
that h.- desires.
There will be a tennis match of
three singles and one double be
tween tlie Kvans school of Mesa and
the Tenii1' liili school on the hit
ter's courts on .Monday, January IS.
The following are the players: Evans
school. V. Swift, I.. Swift. Tempe,
I'ram, Hall Harnstraff.
;'.iis possession which it was said
'contained a suit of citizens clothes
j a ml it is presumed that he has this
suit on at the. present time. He is,
j however, wearing the prison shc s.
. i wi.'.m men mi r". rie i.s ne-
scribed as being five feet and nine
inches in height and weighing about
lxo pounds and with rather short
hair. He i.s said to have a very
prominent nose and of German de
scent and speaking rather a southern
brogue. It is Iwdieved that he will
seek to set out of town on a freight
train and the depot i.s being closely
FIRE NARROWLY AVERTED.
A disasterous fire was narrowiy
averteil Thursday morning about ten
o'clock when the home of Mr. and
ills. J. l;. lilakley was discovered
In be in flames. Tlie roof had com
menced to burn when neighbors came
to the rescue and after tearing away
a portion of tlie shingles succeeded
in extinguishing the blaze. The de
partment was not notified and the
credit for stopping the conflagration
belongs to the neighbors who ran
to the rescue.
HONOR CONVIICT ESCAPES.
It was reported to the local offi
cers yesterday morning that an
honor convict going under the nam
of Harry Phoenix had taken jack
rabbit parole from the road camp
ftatinned at Desert AVells and had
been tracked to a point within five
miles nf Mesa. The warden of the
penitentiary has been notified and
officers are on the hunt for the
man. Ho was sent up from Phoenix
for the theft of a bicycle and had
already served four months of his
time. He had been at the road camp
four days. He had a suit case in
MESA VISITOR CONVALESCING
The condition of Mrs. Heber Chris
tensen is reported as considerable
improved. Mr. f'hristensen i.s con
nected' with the Severe State banfc
of Richfield, rtah.
UNABLE TO BE OUT.
The condition of v. C. Grace is
such that he is unable to be on the
streets. However, he is recovering
somewhat from his recent illness.
FOR SALE One disc plow and one
cultivator. I!ox 415 Mesa. Adv. bn
NEW POSTAL CLERK.
Ebert Keiser IJurlew recently ap
pointed clerk of the local postoffice
has arrived with his family from
Washington. At the first of the
year-the local office was given an
additional clerk and Mr. Ilurlew was
transferred from the AVashington of
fice to this place.
Tost master Newell is in receipt of
t letter from Mrs. C. L. Garwood of
(Continued on Page Twelve)
A six cyliniTer. fifty horse power
V lie car was added to the list of
Tempe autds yesterday :lS the prop-
erty of Walter Wilbur, cashier of ;
the Tempe National bank. The ma - '
chine is one that Wilbur bought:
when be went east last summer an 1 ,
which ho used to good advantage
while enjoying his six months vaca- j
tion in the middle and eastern j
states. When ho left for the vat- i
ley in December the machine was
shipped and it Hrrived yesterday 1o
go into immediate service in ils ft'- i
turc on the Arizona roads.
Chief of tonight's program of mo
tion pictures at the opera house-is1
another installment of the "Trey O'
Hearts." The program also includes
'Shultz. the Paper Hanger," "The!
Mennnoe to Carlotta," and a Rex :
drama. j 1
Bargains if Taken at Once
20 Acres 3'ounj; alfalfa, 4-room Iiouso.
GO Acres adjoining Glcndalo; $1."0 per acre.
80 acres near car line; "A" water: $V2.
5-room modern bungalow; near renter street; 10
acres alfalfa; on car line; well of pure water.
Phoenix Trust Co.
16 West Adams Street
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