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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9, 1915
PAliE SEVEN Wanted Situations, Female MISS WILSON rublie Stenograph er, Notary Public. Will call for dicta tion. H West Adams. Phone 1584 tf Wanted Miscellaneous . E -Wanait h Reimll ' About ten acres ot alfalfa, improved with house or what have you? Box 2210 Republican . lis WANTED Baby "all 3243. calves, either sex. bb WANTED TO BUY, second hand typewriter or will trade bicycle, stale price wanted in first answer. Box '.:! Republican. tf vv,VlED TO BUY a small second hand safe for cash; must be a bargain. Address '"Safe" care Republican. bd WANTED TO BUY, light woodwork ing machinery and iron clamps and hand screws. Call 717 V. Washington. 3t W A N T TO BUY from 200 t4 01) range cattle. Prefer Hereford. State Hires, kind, etc., F. I. WILLIAMS, 15 N. 1 Ave. tf SECOND-HAND furniture bought Dixie Furn. Store 205 W. Wash. Phone 1574. -dn WANTED Stoves and furniture to repair. Phone 1133. Phoenix Furniture Co.. 327 West Washington St. tf WANTED Second hand furniture of all descriptions, cash paid for same. Phone 1017. r WANTED, LIVESTOCK Will pur chase good team, inares preferred; milk cows, heifers, fresh or coming fresh, yearlings; brood sows and pigs. Call or address R. B. Clcaveland, Com mercial Hotel. r WASHING.. PHONE 843!!. WANTED $ 19U0 on gilt edge secur . Ity, first mortgage on $4000 property. Address A. II. T. care Republican, tf FURNITURE REPAIRING Upholstering and canvas work of all kinds done promptly and in the best manner. Barrows-Fooshee Furniture Co. Cor. First and Jefferson, Phone 1666. tf WANT small chicken ranch, can pay J50.00 down r.nd small monthly pay ments, want to get a home. E. II. C. care Republican. tf WANTED Second hand incubator. Box 341, Mesa, Ariz. r Wanted Help Male A NO. 1 CAMP COOK Box 2233 R puhlican. bd WANTED Middle-aged office-man, with experience, good sallied position. Union Loan Co., 3rd and Adams. Phone 1937. bs LIVE AGENTS WANTED to handle our specialties. Big profits to hustlers. Particulars free. The Smith Sales Co. P. O. Box 60S Phoenix, Ariz. r GOVERNMENT CLERKS WANTED $70 month. Tull unnecessary. Phoe nix examinations March 20. Sample questions free. Franklin Institute, Dept. 11 B, Rochester. N. Y. 3-b WANTED 50 Mexican laborers at Arizona Eastern passenger depot, S:3i this A. M. $1.25 per day, bring bed ding, tf Wanted Help, Female WANTED Stenographer Tor local business house, must lie experienced, accurate and a rapid worker. Salary StiO.Oit per month. Address M. ). M. Republican. bb WANTED Girl waitress at Garden City Restaurant. 21 E. Adams. 2t WANTED Woman who rati do darning op fine goods. Call or phone Colonial Hotel. 31 Wanted Help, Male and Female HEALTH SEEKERS I will tell you how to get well. Box 2211 Republican. bs S PA N 1 S HLKS.S S S hya cdmpe Icnt teacher, instructions in practical everyday conversation, rates reason able.. Address Spanish, care Republi can, bk MEN, WOMEN Learn the barber trade. We placed over 3000 In good positions last year. 8 weeks completes. Moler Barber School. 429 E. 6th St, or 122 E. 2nd St.. Los Angeles. tf Money to Loan $10 per month pnys for home. We lend money to buy lot or pay up on one already bought. We lend money to build or we build for you. Your own plan; yohr own builder. Select your homcsitc, we do the rest. HOME INVESTMENT CO. Phone 10(16. Basement Goodrich Bldg. tf WILL MAKE LOANS on improved city property from $1000 to $1000, funds on hand for immediate use. E. E. PASCOE 302 N. 2nd Ave. . tf MONKEY TO LOAN on income real estate security. Inquire ot Jamison. 40J Fleming Block. tf ""LOANS Kinney"-Tlirift" 35 E. Adams. tf MONEY TO LOAN, $10.00 to $100.00 on your salary, furniture, piano, live stofclf, farming implements, automobile, real estate, etc., without removal, pub licity or delay at the lowest rates, strictly confidential. See us now. Mut ual Loon Co.," Room 5 Lewis Bldg.. 6 West Adams, Phone 1336. tf Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. Lost and Found STRAYED OK STOLEN From the Henry ranch, ' mile northwest of Six Points, on Grand Ave., black pony, seven years old, branded running N on left hip, white hind feet, black inane ami tail. Notify Will Yctton, Box 20. Route 3. bs STRAYED Two black and 1 grey mare, two black horses. I'lease notify G. C. Campbell, It. li, phoenix. . bg STOLEN In Tempc, light bay mare, no brand, weight 1000 lbs., both liiild feet white. Notify Sheriff or E. C. Adams, Tcmpe. bb FOUND Pen knife, owner, must pay for adv. 7i'j E. pierce. bs STRAYED OR STOLEN 1 small bay marc, branded J. M. on left hind leg and 1 black Shetland pony, mare and colt 3 months old. Please Phone 3322. bs $10.00 REWARDlfoirciescent 'shaped brooch of amethyst and pearls. Lost about Dec. 5th. Notify by Phone 203J3. ! bs The Cow Boy Commercial Corral Ph. 1063. The Largest Livery, Feed and Sale Stables, Van Buren & Gr. Ave.; Have Sheds for men, rigs, horses & Dressing Room for Ladies. E. A. STARR Frop. Phone 1063 tf Business Chances FOR SALE Old established restau rant in tlie best mining camp in the U. S., lots of boarders at $1.00 per day, $500.00 takes it or will invoice. Ad dress Box 7113, Jerome, Ariz. bk FOR SALE Restaurant, cheap. Call 31 East Washington, 1 to 3 P. M. bl FOR SALE Grocery store, quire 1001 East Roosevelt. In- 2-ds Special Nctlcei PLUMBING Pay cash, cut your plumbing bills in half; no job too large, none too small. Plumber, Republican. r $10 REWARD ior the arrest and conviction of anyone stealing the Ari lona Republican from the front varda of any of our subscribers. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Auto Livery PHOENIX AUTO LIVERY Twelve city blocks 25c. I passengers any part city, each 25c Country trips over 20 miles, 12c per m. Phone 193s tf Auto Time Table FIKE'S AUTO STAGE LINE Phoenix-Tempe-Mesa-Chandler Cars leave Phoenix and Mesa every 19 minutes from 7 A. M. until ( P. M., nd thereafter as follows: Leave Phoenix Leave Mesa 7:00 p.m. f:30 p. m. :00 M 7:00 " 8:00 " g:00 " 10:30 " 9:00 " Leave Tempe about 80 minutes after leaving Phoenix. Leave Tempe about to minutes after leaving Mesa. Mesa-Chandler Division Leave Mesa Leave Chandler 8:00 a.m. 7:30 a.m. 10:00 " 9:80 " 12:00 " 11:30 " 2:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 4:00 " 8:30 " :00 " 6:30 " Flcke'a Auto Delivery Phone 414 tf Attorneys J. W. Crenshaw, lawyer Office 211 Fleming Bldg tf Auto Painting -VJ a nJJ' li'M, CTt UlinilO p,i v Cll. Phone 2133. Monroe. E. C. Higgins. 611 Cleaning and Pressing THE FRENCH ELECTRIC CLEAN ING WORKS. Work called for and de livered. Phone us a trial order. Phcne 19R3. tf Why you should send your work to the ARIZONA CLEANING WORKS. Because their plant represents a per manent investment. The plant operat ed by them is as sanitary and clean as your kitchen. By sending your work to the MASTER CLEANERS you are sure to get what you arc paying for. Phone MR. Mrs. L. Wilsun. tf Contractors and Builders , W. H. JONES, general contractor. Jobbing. 835 N. 7th Ave. Fhone 8656. 2-bl Chiropodist CHIROPODY, corns removed pain less and bloodless, 50c each; bttnionp, moles, warts, etc., removed. 39 East Adams. Frank Shirley. Phone 1704. tf Corsetiere UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER prac tically new, for sale at a bargain. Ad dress Box 125, Tempc. bg Dressmaking WE TEACH SEWING, 50c per lesson, bring your material. American College Dressmaking, Room 12 Munition Bldg. tf Electric Carpet Cleaning CARPETS CLEANED - Telephone 733. Electric Carpet Cleaners. . tf Ford Specialists We do the highest class Ford re pairing, all work done by Ford ex perts, washing and polishing a specialty. Evans Garage, 307 N. Cen tral Ave. rhnne 1213. : tf Graduate Masseuse Scientific body massage, Swedish movements. Miss Catherine Power, 130 N. Bill street. Phone SS03. 3-1 Hand Laundry SANITARY HAND LAUNDRY. Rough dry U5c doz.; each bundle washed sep arate; ironing also. Phone 3510. If Hides LET US MAKE YOU A TRICE on your sheep pelts before you sell. Highest prices paid for hides. EFFRON & COMPANY 1 Block east Phoenix Flouf Mill. Phone 1S32 If Highest prices paid for hides and pelts. Save your horschides Fl N N I G A N -1 ! 1 1 0 W N I 'O. South 14th Ave. Opp. Stock Yards. tf Liverv Stables GOLDEN EAGLE STABLES, 217 North Central avenue, Phone 451, at tractive rigs, good horses. First class ambulance service. Busses and hacks on call. 2-dr Osteopath DR. A. C. GRAVES Osteopathic physician and surgeon, over McKee's, 1st Ave. and Adams St Thone 1935. tf Public Accountant C. P. LEE. 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 Sanitarium. AT THE FOOT OF CAM ELBACK Mountain. For full particulars see Mrs. Hilda Lamphcar, 38 N. Central Ave. You get soit water there and board like home. Prices reasonable. 2-dm Typewriters SPIRELLA CORSETS. JENNIE KlllLWILM. -tuti WEST JEFFER SON. PHONE 2'.I50. 3-r WE SELL, rent, and repair. Reming ton, Monarch and Smith Premier type writers. Remington Typewriter Com pany, Inc., 35 East Adams St. Phone G70, Phoenix, Ariz. Transfer and Storage LIGHTNING DEI. TRANSFER CO. We store or haul anything. Thone 5S4 and 112fi. 42 South Central. tf LET YOUR MOVE BE OUR MOVE CHAMBERS TRANSFER CO. PHONE 1228-427. 26 S. 2ND AVE. OPP. COURT HOUSE. tf Undertaking and Embalming EASTERLING & WHITNEY Un dertakers and Embalmers. 213 West Washington St., Phoenix, Arizona, tf MOHN, DRl.SCoI.L .V MACS 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 Upholstering and Cabinet Work MATTRESSES REMADE, good as new; we specialize in screen doors and window work. Phone 1113 for esti mates. 28 S. 4th Ave. 2-bn NOTICE is hercoy given that all elcctoiii of the City of Phoenix who have not heretofore registered and whose names do not appear upon the election register of the City of Phoe nix and who desire to vole at the general primary city election of the City of Phoenix to be held on March G, 1'.I15, and at the general city election to be held 011 April C, 1915, oral either of lliem, are required to register :;3 a condition to their 'right to vote at said elections, or cither of them. All such electors may so regisler at the office ot the City Clerk, in the City Hall of the City of Phoenix, at any time during office hours from date hereof up to and including the 2!!rd day of February, F.115, at the hour of five o'clock p. in., when the register will be closed until the 13th day of March, 1!15, at nine o'clock a in., and will then be reopened and remain open until the 19th day of March. P.II5, o'clock p. m., register will at the hour of five at wlir-h time the said be finally closed. Dated at 29th day of Phoenix, Arizona, this January, pi 15. FRANK THOMAS, City Clerk. STATE OF KANSAS Department of Slate. T. .1. Rotkin. Secretary of State. TO ALL Tit WHOM THESE PRES ENTS SHALL COME. GREET: 1NG: 1, T. J. Botkin. Secretary of State of the State of Kansas, do hereby certify that the following and hereto attached is a true copy of Charter of TIIE ANCHOR TRUST COM PANY OF WICHITA, the original of which is now on file and a matter of record In this office. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I hereto set my hand and cause to be affixed my official seal. Done at the City of Topeka, this l.Mh day ot January, 1913. J. T. BOTKIN, (SEAL) Secretary of State. By K. A. CORRELL, Assistant Secretary of State. CHARTER of ANCHOR TRUST COMPANY OF WICHITA, undersigned, citizens of the THE The State tarily of Kansas, do hereby volun associate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a private corporation under the laws of tin" SOUTH SIDE NEWS HORACE B. GRIFFEN, JR, GENERAL SOUTHSIDE AGENT Rofor to him Subscription Orders, Stops, Changes, as wall aa all Bsa inets regarding Advertising and Job Printing. TEMPE OFFICE MESA OFFICE Casa Loma Hotel Bldg., Phone 53. With Everybody'a Drug Store, Phone 6 or 55 Temp Correspondent, H. B. Griffon, Jr. Mesa Correspondent Chas. F. Jones TEMPE CLOSE OF COTTON SEASON DRAWING NEAR Plant to Shut Down First of Week. Planting for New Season Begins Next - Another t-even days will sec the '.I'M of cotton ginning for this season at the local plant according to a state ment made by an official of the ex- . change yesterday afternoon. The odds and ends are now being picked : it j and all of the growers arc hur- ! 1 edly gathering in their last bit of; Med cotton from the field and trans- j I porting it to the w arehouse in time 10 gel it through the last run of the gin. Even now the plant has not enough of the cotton on hand to keep! it miming at capacity not one of ihej ten stands are ginning beyond the ' amount supplied Ity the automatic! iteos and the force of help Ras been reduced. Every effort is being made to have tl'.e last bit of seed cotton in the warehouse this vcek and through the gins by the fifteenth of the mouth. To that end the growers have been no tified. About eleven hundred I Ml have been shipped bales of eot- by the local the books of Probably 15 11 ground here. exchange according to the neirctary yesterday, bales more are on tin and with the exception of bales ol that number which few be ing held up for various reasons, the r ni ire output from the local ginnery this season will be on the road to the factories within a very short while. Whil the close of the past season j is veil in sight the preliminaries for the new season are all ready here, lid even now the growers are tilling their soil for the planting in March. So far it has been impossible to as certain the acreage the local exchange will have next season but a conserva tive estimate would place the number of acres at an amount equal to or even greater than that of the past sea.' on. TEMPE SCORES AGAIN The local christian church Sunday school decreased the lead of the Phoenix school again last Sunday in the attendance contest which is now .-..1. Phoenix has 19S0 points to date and Tempe PCS. which is considered lot a verv small difference by the local workers in view of the lead Phoenix gained the first Sunday or two. The contest closes a week from next Sunday and according to Pastor Rountrce of the hxil ihanli. tempe is going to scon enough points on the-. Mix' two Sabbaths to overla . 1... ,1... 1 the s hool hi Phoenix and conic out THREE REEL SPECIAL "The Love Victorious." a tin oc reel State tify: of Kansas, and do hereby cer- FIRST name of this corporation That dic shall b " COMPANY That the corporation THE , ANCIIi tit TRUST OF WP'IIITA." SE "OND purposes for which this is formed are to loan money, either its own funds, or those of others upon commission; the acceptance of all kinds of trusts and agencies iu the service of its clients; the care and management of property, real and personal, for its patrons, ami the purchase and sale of the same upon commission: the purchase and sale of mortgages and mortgaged or clear property, stocks, bonds, and other securities either upon its own account or up on commission for its patrons, and, generally to do all acts usual, nec essary or Incident to the business of a loan and trust company, not inconsistent with the laws of Kan :as. THIRD That i to 1 1 the the place where to transacted is ils at business Wichita Slate of Kansas. FOURTH That the term for which this cor poration is to exist is twenty-five years. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. We have hereunto subscribed our names, this 17lh day of May. 1S93. Hilt AM W. LEWIS. KITTY S. LEWIS. FANNY C. LEWIS. ISAAC F. WEST. AUCE r. WEST. STATE OF KANSAS, 1 I ss. SEDGWICK COUNTY Personally appeared Notary Public in and County, Kansas, the 1 before me, a for Sedgwick shove named Hiram W. Lewis. Isaac F. West, Alice C. West. Kitty S. I.ewis and Fanny c. Lewis, who are person aly known to me to be the same persons who executed the foregoing instrument in writing, and duly ac knowledged the execution of the same IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my notarial seal, this 17th day of Mav. 1S93. HENRY W. RULE. (SEAL) Notary Public. My commission expires September 11. 1S95. Filed: May IS. 1S9. R. S. Osborn. Secy, of Slate. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES in TEMPE, Ariz. (lood Openings for Men-knit T;iilor IJcal Estate Agent C01 if oct ionery Store For Details, apply to W. J. Kingsbury See the Last Scries. of the Perils of Pauline :nd 4 other reels tonight. 15c and 25c. GOODWIN OPERA HOUSE Tempc MESA IEH TRIBUNE A6AIN CHANGES OWNERSHIP George S. Iiwin and George L. Allison in Control of the Local Publication The Mesa Tribune was issued yester day under entirely new management, George S. Irwin and George L. Allison being announced as editors and pub lishers. The combination is a very practical one since both of the gentle men are thoroughly acquainted with lo cal conditions end furthermore have an intimate working acquaintance with the newspaper game. Mr. Irwin will be :'n charge of the editorial management while Mr. Allison will be in charge of the mechanical department. Mr. Irwin founded the Weekly Free Press nearly j twelve years ago and a few years later; started the Daily Free Press which was i I later sold going through scleral hands j until the name was changed to the j .Mesa Daily Tribune. Mr. Irwin i.s a. 1 j writer of splendid ability, optimistic at ' all times and an article from him has! never been handed to the machine' i which did not carry w itli it, if possible, i ,( good word for the community in: j which he resides. Mr. Allison is one of j lh best linotype operators in the state and will no douot make a success of 1 thc inochc.nkal department of the pub lication. I'or the present maiiag-nicnl will s at least ek to ctiv the new 1 the Io attraction, heads the list of movies for tonights show at the Goodwin opera htuise. Theic is also a double bill on the accompanying single reel, one a comedy entitled "The Beau and the Hobo" and the some splendid views ruins in New Mexico. other showing of lite Uxinal REMOVED TO MESA Al Comer, who was unite seriously injured in an auto wreck on the high way north of Tempe Saturday even ing, was removed to his home In Mesa yesterday. Trom his temporary quarters, at the (Hive hotel here. His condition docs not seem very much improved and there is some fear by the physicians that injuries were sus tained internally. LAST WEEK'S WEATHER The maximum and minimum daily weather temperatures for the week ending Sunday. February 7th, were re corded graph s follows by the thermo the enomological laboratory. Hate. Max. Milt. Feb. 1 .' 82 37 Feb. 2 71 40 Feb. 3 51; 4:; Feb. 4 Ill 31 Feb. r, , r, 31 Feb. ft , 70 33 Feb. 7 7ti 29 W. C. T. U. MEETING The Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Tempc will meet this after noon at three o'clock at the Baptist church. EQUIPMENT ARRIVING The first carload of equipment for Ibe new manual arts building on the normal campus was unloaded yes terday find transported to ils new home. A vast and greatly varied quantiH of furniture, machinery and other implements will be arriving re gularly from now on anil a full force of help will be employed, regularly taking care of the finishing up work and installing the new equipment. It i.s not probable that the arls building will be occupied to any great extent this term, now that the time will be so late before it is ready. TRIP TO THE DAM An interested party of Tempeans made a trip to Wte Roosevelt darn Sat urday and spent the night, returning Sunday afternoon. In the partv were Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Steele. Mr. Steele's sister and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall of Vermont, and Miss Pruitt of Phoenix. The triy was a novelty and one of never tiring interest to all. 1 cat field directly, looking to The I publican for the telegraph service Re- aml . county seat and state happenings of in j Iciest to residents of the Mesa section. 1 Later, perhaps, if the field warrants it, I a telegraph service will be installed and jan attempt will be made to cover the loreign field. JOINS HUSBAND Mrs. R. R. Hardin, who had been vis ! King her parents in Orange, California, has joined her husband at this place ' wh., recently accepted a position Willi I the Togerv. i TRAFFIC RESUMED Through traffic has again been re sinned on the Arizona fc Eastern rail road. The first train made the entire distance Saturday, arriving at Haydn late in the evening. A large amount of express and delayed passenger busi ness had accumulated which required time to handle.. CAPACITY HOUSE SUNDAY Tiie Kapth t church was taxed to its , capacity Sunday evening to hear the sermon delivered by Rev. C. Sidney Maddox on the prodigal son. The meetings will continue nightly through. .out the week. i VISITED SON Mr. ,-ind Mrs. L. W. Cutler hav turned from Haxdcn where they ha c been visiting their son L. K. Cutler. Mrs. Cutler was in Hayden when the bridges over the line were washed out and Mr. Cutler went up to return with iier yesterday. BALL PARK TO BE VACATED Paul J. Langowski. manager of the local ball team has received notice to vacate the local ball park by March 4. The ground, it is announced, will be rsed for the location of the I.. I l. S. swimming pool anil gymnasium that is lo be erected during the summer. How ever, according to Langowski this will not interfere with the forthcoming baseball schedule which is alreadv in course of arrangement. FUNERAL OF HEADLEY GRAHAM The funeral service over the remaiiv of Headley Graham, the young man who was killed Saturday by bcTng 5 ij'i Why "No Coffee" For Children? Many touch parents it. The 2i,i grains of the drug, caffeine, in the average cup of coffee, is far more injurious to the susceptible nature of a child than to an adult, but, just as constant dripping will wear away stone, so will the est. constitution. repeated doses Parents who would of their children, will st POSTUM This pure food-drink contains nothing that is haimful or in jurious, but is, on the contrary, healthful and invigorating. Postum is easy lo make: has a delightful snappy flavour, very much like old Gov't Javas; and is good for both children and adults. Postum is sold in hot fornis -Regular Postum. which requires boiling, 15c and 25c packages: Instant Postum, which Is soluble in hot water made instantly in the cup. ;!uc and 5Uc tins. Both kinds are equally delicious, and the cost per cup about the same. "There's a Reason" for POSTUM crushe I under a falling cottonwood limb, will be held at the Baptist church this morning with interment in the Mrsii cemetery. The services will be conducted by Rev. C. Sidney Maddux and Rev. E. C. Forsyth. MARRIAGE OF DUDLEY LEWIS The many friends throughout this community were somewhat surprised Sunday when the news of the marriage of D. S. Lew is to Mrs. Siinler of Phoe nix, was announced. The details of Urn wedding have not been received but it is understood that the newly married couple will make their name in Ever green addition north of this city. Mr. i.ewis has been in politics for the past M-vciLil years and several months ago was nun'.e deputy internal revenue col lector. A LONG LIMB Judge Kingsbury has on exhibition at bis office a limb from a Level! peach nee w hich is over eight feet in length and represents one years growth. More over there were three limits of equal length growing Horn the single stump. The exnibit shows the length of the growing season and give evidence' of the early maturing of deciduous fruit trees in the Salt River valley. ARNOLD FUNERAL YESTERDAY The funeral services over the re mains of Mrs. Will Arnold were held in Phoenix yesterday afternoon with bur ial in the Phoenix cemetery. A Ware. number of friends from this place ucntto the capital city to attend the funeral. Hire a little salesman at The Rt publican office. A Want Ad will seo more customers than you can. ORNITHOLOGICAL PREFERENCE A ;i:i:tov 1 would like to be For I could eat my fill. And loaf around in some big tree And never pay a bill. Detroit Journal. A robin f would like to be To come forth ere I buivt With food, and hear one claim that he Alone has seen me first! Cleveland Plain Dealer. An onIe I would like tc be. I rise 1 ph 1 wildly holler r would be c,Iud to see likeness on ,1 flollar. Youngstow n Telegram. The dove of Assyria, I Would be. And my flight would never cease. To the warring nations. I would go. With the olive branch of pejoc. Arizona Wireless. Hire a little salesman at Thn Re publican office. A Want Ad will Ben more customers than von can. who drink coffee would noi allow their children of caffeine undermine the strong- protect their own health as they do that e the reason for quilling coffee and using. i.l.l l.y On evrry whore.