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THE ARIZONA REEUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 5, 1915 , t TF,
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For Rent Pastures
CATTLE or horses pastured. Thone
17R4. 4-g
GRAIN PASTURE for cattle or
sheep, 90 acres, must be fed quickly.
McArthur's ranch. Phone 12R2. tf
REST OF HORSE PASTURE for
rout. Alkire ranch. Phone 37J2. tf
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
Wanted Situations, Male
WANTED Position of trust and re
sponsibility by young eastern white
man; can furnish A No. 1 reference.
IL'10 West Monroe St., Phoenix. Ariz.
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WANTED Situation first-clas
camp cook. Box 2343 Republican. m
Wanted Situations, Female
WANTED Situation as house
krciwr by conscientious widow with
child 6 years old. City or country.
!ooil cook, experienced in ranch
work and taking care of children.
Phone 2777 or adilress Mrs. Mach,
L"J I East Van liuren. n
REKINED, educated woman wants
position as governess or companion;
fond of children; handy with needle.
References, rhone 2filS. n
WANTED-Iiy middle aned lady,
liKbt housework or waiting on table
a few hours a day. Box 2362 Re
publican, n
WANTED By an experienced wo
man, position i.s housekeeper or r3om
inj; house. Addrestt Box 2314 Republi
can. 1
WIDOW, WITH SON, would work on
ranch or o lher work, boy would do
light work after school. Box 2306 Re
publican. I
AS CooK or general work in or out
of town. 61S W. Washington. Room
No. 8. n
WANTED Cases of any kind by
practical nurse. Phone 2657. tf
MISS WILSON Public Stenograph
er, Notary Public. Will call for dicta
tion. 14 West Adams rhone 158. if
Wanted Miscellaneous
, RELIABLE RETAIL DAIRY, with
ample feed, would rent, 10 to 20 cows.
co 2355 Republican. I
WANTED
500 PURCHASERS
FOR THE
CLOSING OUT SALE
OF THE
rilOENIX FURNITURE CO.
327 W. WASHINGTON St. tf
WANTED TO RENT 40 or 50 acre
dairy ranch. Advise D. H. Eisenhower,
care U. S. Indian School. p
WANTED Team work, plowing, etc.
Phone 5R5. m
Wanted Miscellaneous
WANTED Second-hand Ford auto
mobile at once. 1509 East Van Buren.
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WANTED By lady, room and board
in modern home. Address Republian
Box 2095. 1
WANTED TO RENT, 8 or 10 good
cows. Address Box 151 Glendale. p
TEAM, harness and farm wagon,
wanted at once. 1218 E. Jefferson. 1
WANTED Clean cotton
rap at the Republican office.
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Wanted Help Male
WANTED First class malo short
order cook, one who understands cut
ting meat. New Palace Cafeteria. 1
WANTED Government clerke $70.00
month. Pull unnecessary. Phoenix ex
aminations soon; sample questions free.
Franklin Institute, Dep't. 11-C, Roches
ter. N. Y. 4-d
Wanted Help, Female
WANTED Capable rook for board
ing house. Wages $30 per month
Apply between 3 and 4 p. m. at 368
North Second avenue. tf
WANTED A competent nurse girl
for year-old baby. Mrs. H. L.
George, 631 N First Ave. n
WANTED At once, quick, neat-appearing
girl for waiting on table and
housework, wages $20.00. Apply 9 to
11 a. in. 650 North 6th Ave. tf
Wanted Help, Male and
Female
WANTED Reliable lady or gentle
man as partner in local manufac
turing business; will clear $250.00
monthly to start, and double it In
fix months. $500 required. Don't
take up my time unless you are able
to handle salesmen. Address A. B.
Republican. m
WANTED Carver; woman prefer
red. See C. Edwards, Ford hotel, it
MEN, WOMEN Learn the. barber
trade. We placed over 3000 In good
positions last year." g weeks completes.
4 Moler Barber School, 429 E. 6th St, or
122 E. 2nd St.. Lo8 Angeles. tf
Money to Loan
UNION LOAN CO.
COR. 3rd AND ADAMS STS.
FUNDS to loan on household goods,
live stock, farm implements and other
things of value in sums to suit. Funds
to loan on salaries to permanently em
ployed people. Funds to loan to gov
ernment employes. Funds to loan to
railroad employes. Rates reasonable,
money ready. Everything strictly
confidential. Funds to loan -on real
estate at lowest rates.
UNION LOAN CO.
Cor. 3rd and Adams Sts. Phone 1937
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MONEY TO LOAN on improved city
property, can be paid in monthly In
stallments, like rent if desired. '
E. E. PASCOR
302 N. Central Ave. tf
Money to Loan
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate se
curity. E. A. Marshall, 5 W. Adams. I
MONEY TO LOAN. $10.00 to $100.00
on your salary, furniture, piano, live
stock, farming implements, automobile,
real estate, etc., without removal, pub
licity or delay at the lowest rates,
strictly confidential. See us now. Mut
ual Loan .Co., Room S Lewis Bldg, 5
West Adanis. Phone 1396. tf
LOANS Kinney & Thrift, 35 East
Adams. tt
Lost and Found
TAKEN UP One dry Jersey cow,
at 1314 E. Taylor St. n
STRAYED One black horse, 10
years old, weight 1170 lbs. branded
S in circle, on right shoulder; also one
brown horse, age 11 years, weight 1120
lbs., branded W on left thigh. C. W.
Lapham, Aguila, Ariz. bs
LOST Wednesday afternoon be
tween Dorris's residence on 7th Ave to
McDowell road, or on McDowell road
to Center St., one tire chain; finder
please notify Mrs. ChalmeiB, phone
1257. 1
STRAYED Sorrel pony, small strip
in face, knot on right knee, branded
Tom" on left hip, aged. Reward.
Notify li. Williams, Montgomery Ari.
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LOST A large bunch of
keys. Return to Republican for
reward. Stauffer. tf
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 Prop.
Phone 1063 tf
Business Chances
FOR SALE Cafeteria in Los Ange
les, good location and getting better,
seats about 300, will take Phoenix or
vicinity property for part, price right.
Address P. O. Box 1041 Phoenix, Ariz.
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FOR SALE A well paying furniture
store in Arizona mining town, ten
thousand people, only furniture store in
heart of town; very low rent and ex
penses; will invoice about $2000. sell
part cash or trade for small tract land
near Phoenix or California. Address
Box 585 Globe, Ariz. 1
FOR SALE A fine furnished saloon
and restaurant combined, further par
ticulars write I. E. Truett, Dceth, Nev.
3-bb
FOR SALE Grocery store. In
quire 1001 East Roosevelt 2-ds
Auto Painting
AUTO PAINTING, estimates given.
Phone 2133. E. C. Hlggins. 611 E.
Monroe. tf
Auto Livery
BIG HURRY? PHONE 1938
Fhocnix Auto Livery
12 City Blocks, 25c
Special Prices on long trips. tf
Auto Wrecking House
ANY ONE with an Aid automobile or
motorcycle to sell or repair call at 1315
East Van Buren St. 3-dm
Auto Time Table
FIKES AUTO STAGE LINE
Phoenlx-Tempe-Mesa-Chandler
Cars leave Phoenix and Mesa every
10 minutes from 7 A. M. until P. M.,
and thereafter as follows:
Leave Phoenix Leave Mesa
7:00 p.m. (:30 p.m.
1:00 " 7:00 "
1:00 " 1:00 "
10:30 " :00 "
Leave Temps about $0 minutes after
leaving Phoenix. Leave Tempe about
10 minutes after leaving Mesa.
Mesa-Chandler Division
Leave Mesa Leave Chandler
1:00a.m. 7:30a.m.
10:00 " :30 "
12:00 M 11:20 "
2:00 p.m. - 1:20 p.m.
4:00 " 1:10 "
1:00 " 8:10 "
Ficke'a Auto Delivery Phona 414
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Cleaning and Pressing
THE VALUE OF CLEAN OUTER
apparel is of great importance. We
know from hearing comments ex
pressed by all classes of people that
one's outer appearance is most essen
tial, for many times the selection of a
man or woman for a better position in
life depends, in part at least, upon his
or her personality (clean and well
pressed clothes.) Arizona Cleaning
Works. Mrs. L. Wilson. 1
CLEANING AND PRESSING neatly
done; work called for and delivered.
Goldberg & Gibson, Empress Theater
Bldg. Phone 1996. tf
Corsetiere
MRS. KUHLWILM, SPIRELLA cor
setiere. Phone 2950. 409 West Jeffer
son. 3-bs
Chiropodist
CHIROPODY, corns removed pain
less and bloodless, 50c each; bunions,
moles, igarta, etc., removed. 39 East
Adams. Frank Shirley. Phone 1704.
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DR. G. O. WOLD, CHIROPODIST.
439-41 W. Washington St Phone 1926.
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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. Thone 1213. tf
Dressmaking
UP-TO-DATE DRESSMAKER will
go out by day or week: an exnert
cutter, fitter and designer. Miss
Morris, 2134 W. Monroe St. Phone
23G5. It
DRESSMAKING Prices reasonable;
work positively guaranteed. Phone 8934.
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WE TEACH THE ART OF DRESS
MAKING. Result guaranteed, cutting
class, ten lessons for two dollars. In
stitute of Cutting and Fitting, over Mc-
Kee's Cash Store. 3-bn
WE TEACH SEWINO, 50c per lesson,
bring your material. American College
Dressmaking, Room 12 Monihon Bldg.
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Electric Carpet Cleaning
CARPETS CLEANED Telephone
733. Electric Carpet Cleaners. tf
Furniture
REPAIRTN'n nf nil kinds: nrnmntlv
done In the best manner. We bring
your stuff in and deliver it free. Bar-
rowe-Fooshee Fur. Co. tf
Graduate Masseuse
Mrs. Sarah Robinson Wold, Grad
uate of the Toronto Orthopaedic
Hospital School of Massage, class of
1909. Dr. Weir Mitchell and Swedish
Systems. Phone 1926. 439-41 West
Washington St tf
Scientific body massage, Swedish
movements. Miss Catherine Power,
139 N. 6th street. Phone 8803. 3-1
Hand Laundry
WANTED Laundry. Called for
and delivered. Phone 8552. n
SANITARY HAND LAUNDRY, all
hand work. Rough dry 35c doz. First
class ironing also. Phone 3540. tf
Hides
Highest prices paid for hides and
pelts.
Save your horsehldes
FINNIGAN-BROWN CO.
South 14th Ave. Opp. Stock Yards.
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LET US MAKE YOU A PRICE
on your sheep pelts before you sell.
Highest prices paid for hides.
EFFRON & COMPANY
1 Block east Phoenix FWur Mill.
Phone 1832 tf
Home Dining-Room
GOOD HOME COOKED MEALS at
Beckers Dining Room. 42 South 2nd
Ave. 3-bp
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
Junk
HIGHEST PRICES PAID for old
auto tires and tubes, rhone 1832 and
will call. Fffron & Company,' one
block east Phoenix Flour Mills, or
Cor. First Ave and Jefferson St. tf
Osteopath
DR. A. C. GRAVES Osteopathic
physician and surgeon, over McKee's,
1st Ave. and Adams St Phone 1935. tt
Public Accountant
C. P. LEE, 309 National Bank of Arl
zona Building, Accounting, Auditing,
Systematizing. Will open and Close
Books of Account and make up Analy
tical statements and reports. tf
Typewriters
FOR SALE Oliver typewriter. No.
7 model, in good condition, $50.00; a
bargain; must be sold at once. R
It. Harvey, Casa Loma hotel, Tempe.
Ariz. tf
WE SELL, rent, and repair, Reming
ton. Monarch and Smith Premier type
writers. Remington Typewriter Com
pany, Inc., 35 East Adams St Phone
670, Thoenix. Ariz.
Restaurant
CALIFORNIA RESTAURANT
Once tried, always
35 North 1st Ave, tf
GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT
The best in Eatables
21-23 East Adams St tf
AMERICAN KITCHEN
Regular Meals 35 cents
Short orders all night
35 North Center St.
Yee Sing, Prop.
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Transfer and Storage
LIGHTNING DEL. TRANSFER CO.
We store or haul anything. Phone
694 and 1126. 42 South Central tf
LET YOUR MOVE BE OUR MOVE
CHAMBERS TRANSFER CO. PHONE
1228. 18 South Central Ave. tf
Undertaking and Embalming
THE GEO. F. MERRYMAN CO.
Embalmers and Funeral Directors. 124
N. Second Ave. Phone 651. tf
EASTERLING & WHITNEY Un
dertakers and Embalmers. 213 West
Washington St, Phoenix, Arizona, tt
MOHN, DRISCOLL & MAUS Un
dertakers, Embalmers and Funeral Di
rectors, 311 N. 1st Ave. tf
UNDERTAKERS Moore ft McLel
lan; lady assistant auto hears. 129
West Adam's St, Phono 401. tf
Upholstering and Cabinet
Work
WR HAVE ADDED to our shop.
power cotton pickers; also have hair
pickers for mattress work. Work done
right nnd cheap. Phono 1419, 28 South
4 Ave. " tf
SOUTH SIDE NEWS
HORACE B. QRIFFEN, JR, GENERAL- 80UTH8IDE AGENT
Rsftr to him Subscription Orders, Stops, Changes, as well as all Bus
iness regarding Advertising and Job Printing.
TEMPE OFFICE MESA OFFICE
Casa Loma Hotel Bldg., Phono 53. With Everybody's Drug Store, Phone S or
Tempo Correspondent, H. B. Griffsn, Jr. Mesa Correspondent Chaa. F. Jones
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TEMPE
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PR06AAM flF MUSIC
IS WELL RECEIVED
Choral Society Pleases Large Audience
of Tempeans With Its First Pub
lic Concert
All that might be expected from a
companv of professionals was produced
by the Tempe Choral Society and those
who assisted it, in the initial entertain
ment given Wednesday evening in the
normal auditorium. The program, com
posed of songs by the chorus, whistling
solos, several numbers by the male
quartet, and a contralto song, was ex
cellently rendered and in every instance
excepting the nimibers by the chorus,
encores called for a second appearance.
The male quartet. Professors J. B.
Griffing, R. B. Bekwith, J. L. Felton,
and J. L. Johnston, members, scored
heavily with its renditions, more so
than on any of the occasions that it
has made public appearapces. Among
the songs given were, "Annie Laurie,"
and "The Bold Fisherman."
The whistling solos by Miss R-isa-lynde
Brunner, "The whistling Night
ingale," were reartily applauded. 'The
Nightingale and the nose," "Springliirc
in Love," "Barcarrnilj," nnl her finale,
"The Mocking Bird," were all very
pleasingly presented.
"My Heart at Thy Sweet Voire." con
tralto song presented by Miss Myrtle
Rice, music instructor of the Tempe
hieh school, was received with hearty
annlause. I
The choral society, itself was no
small part on the program in its chor-
us work, and the several songs it pre
sented, "The ' Heavens are Telling,"
"Eventide," "The Miller's Wooing,"
"The Song of the Viking," and others,
were well received.
Altogether, the concert was gladly
listened to by everyone of 450 or 500
of the people present, and the hearty
encore which followed each number, is
certain proof that the choral society
is spending its time not without re
sults. The time when it will give its
second entertainment, possibly an op
era, will be watched for with interest.
"Lights and Shadows," a two-reel
Rex film, featuring Herbert Rawlinson,
is a starter for a good program at the
Goodwin opera house this evening. The
"Carmen's Wash Day," a Sterling
Joker comedy, is also on the program.
The animated weekly shows twelve late
important world events.
FRESH FISH TOD AT at the Pio
neer Market, Tempe, 17'c per pound.
Phone 23 Adv.-lt
. TEMPE'S CHANCES
The possibility of Tempe evening up
the series by slipping a victory over on
Mesa in the game this coming Sunday
ie an item much thought of by the
local players. It Is their belief, too, that
something of the sort is going to hap
pen, and all of the fellows are putting
in full time at prartice every evening
rounding into shape. For the opener
of the season, last Sunday's game was
a good one and there is every reason
to believe that the contest day ofter
tomorrow will result with another close
score. The game will be played in
Mesa.
TRIAL THIS AFTERNOON
M. E. Druley and two confederates,
charged with the theft of auto acces
sories from the Tempe Garage here last
Monday morning, will be given trial be
fore Judge C. O. Austin in the local
court this afternoon at two o'clock. A
parf of the missing stuff was found
yesterday, when Druley confessed, but
whether or not the other two fellows
are guilty still remains to be seen.
The three men were given a prelimin
ary hearing yesterday morning and'
placed under $500 bond, but unable to
furnish it. they were returned to Thoe
nix to await trial In jail.
SOME HOG
Jacob Darbee, one of the prominent
ranchers in the new country opened up
north of Tempe, Wednesday evening
brought down from Mesa a three year
old Tamworth sow, weighing 685
pounds. The animal was purchased
from Dr. E. W. Wilbur. Mr. Darbee Is
entering on the hog business on a large
scale and believes that he has made a
good start with an animal the size of
the one he bought day before yesterday.
HIS MONTHLY LECTURE
Rev. CharlrOH. Dains of the Con
gregational church spoke to the stu
dents of the normal at chapel exer
cises yesterday morning on the theme
"Just Pluck." It was the occasion of
Mr. Dains' usual monthly visit to the
normal and as ever, the address was at
tentativery listened to and much ap
preciated. This semester marks the
close of the third year that Mr. Dains
has regularly spoke to the students nnd
his move has brought other patrons of
the town to the rostrum quite often
for monthly visits.
'"CLOSING FOR ANNUAL
Metron If. Rice "of the Senior closs
of the normal paid a visit to the capital
city yesterday afternoon in the inter
ests of the Annunlforhe class of 1915. A
splendid publication is being worked
Vulcanizing
TIRE HOSPITAL OF PHOENIX
Vulcanizing and welding done
promptly and guaranteed. Out of town
work solicited. Arizona Vulcanizing
Works. ;0T W. Washington. Phone 62(1.
Business
Opportunities
in Tempe, Ariz.
For Rent Centrally located Store
Room. ' Apply to
W. J. Kingsbury
Tempe, Ariz.
Bankrupt
Sale
Of Ladies' Furnishings
Exclusively
Beginning Saturday Morn
ing at 9 o'clock. "Vc must
close out the eutire stock
regardless of cost. You
cannot afford to overlook
these prices.
Also the shelving, furni
ture and fixtures are for
sale.
J. J Hodaett's Store
John J. Curry, Assignee
Tempe, Ariz-
up this year and the class hopes to set
a new mark for the annuals. The
business beard is just closing the ex
tract with the printers for the work
on the book.
COOKED FOODS
The Aid Society of the Congregation
al church will be in charge of a cooked
food sale to be given tomorrow fore
noon at the Birchett Brothers, start
ing at ten o'clock.
WAR BOOKS GOING
The London Times' war books which
are being distributed by The Republi
can have taken well with Tempe people
and ipiite a number of the copies have
been placed in local homes. The book
gives a .complete history of the war,
contains a vast amount of reading mat
ter and has many pictorial illustrations
that show warfare as it actually is
carried on. A supply of the books are
on hand at the South Side office in
Tempe and will be disposed of at the
regular rate of ninety-eight cents per
copy.
STORES ENLARGING
A general variety of business will be
carried on by the Harry Lukin Cash
store or. East Eighth street after to
morrow. A new stock of men's furn
ishings and dry goods are to be install
ed in one department of the store by
Wm. Lukin who will operate the es
tablishment jointly with his son. The
W. Lukin Cash Store on Kant Fifth
street will carry its full line of furn
ishings as usual.
MESA
EXPOSITION IS
NOW IN FULL SWING
Thos. R. Richards Returns Home Af
ter Month Spent in San Fran
cisco. May 1st Time to Go.
Thos. R. Prichard, who purchased the
George Dcrman ranch four years ago,
located three and one-half miles south
east of Mesa and who later sold it to
his brother-in-law, H. M. Hall, return
ed yesterday morning from a month
spent in San Francisco, where he saw
the opening of the big Panama-Pacific
exposition and where he spent con
siderable tiirc seeing the sights, pre
pared for the thousands of tourists who
are expected to visit the place this
summer. "The exposition is greater
and grander than either Chicago or St.
Louis," said Mr. Prichard yesterday. In
his opli.ion the coloring is simply gorg
ous and the varied exhibits are better
than anything he has ever seen.
In the opinion of Mr. Prichard, May
1 will be an ideal time to visit the
great show. By that time the several
exhibits will be in perfect condition, the
grounds will be arranged in order and
everything will be at its best. Unfor
tunately the first weeks of the expo
sition were not up to the expectations
in points of attendance for the reason
that the rains prevented many people
from being present who had signified
their intention of being there. How
ever, with much better weather and
with the railroad rates going into ef
fect the first of the present month the
indications are that record breaking
crowds for any similar attraction ever
held in the United States will be in
evidence. The Zone, the amusement
place of the fair, has the usual line of
attractions, carrying The Creation, the
Monitor and Merrimac and the Battle
of Gettysburg among some of the
more noted places of amusement. The
Canadian building and exhibit is per-
fect in its appointments and is one of I
the features of the fair. It was com
pleted early undcvery detail finished
before the opening and stands as one
of the greatest exhibits of a foreign
country ever attempted. The South
American countries have also executed
Klilendid pvhiltite which :irn tlio uilmir-i '
tion of the throngs visiting the exposi
tion. The first day of the exposition
saw more people within the gates than
at any previous fair ever held in the
United States.
It is the belief of Mr. Prichard that
Los Angeles will reap a great benefit,
from the two fairs. The city or the
angels is peculiarly located so that a
great number of the visitors who come
to see the fair will pass through the
city. They are being urged to pay the
city of the angels a visit during
their visit are invited to stay a while.
The climate of Southern California re
tains its usual charm and when the big
fairs have come to a close, in the opin
ion of Mr. Prichard, Los Angeles will
have reaped the reward nf securing the
greatest number of residents who have
decided to cast their lot in the west.
I However, while many attractive
. places have been visited and the expen
diture of great sums of money has
evidently been accomplished, Mr.
'Prichard returns to the Salt River Val
ley, firmly convinced that this section
of the south west is offering more op
portunities to the rancher and business
man than California.
ANNUAL INSPECTION OF N. G. A.
Preparations are being made by the
local militia company for the annual
inspection to take place on Wednes
day evening of next week. At that
time a regular army officer will be
present to make the inspection and it
is the desire of Captain Noble that ev
ery member of the company be pres-
i ent. It is announced that only a doc
tor's certificate will serve as an ex
cuse from being present at the inspec
tion. There are at present sixty-one
men enrolled in the company, a total
of sixty-three, inclusive of officers.
MEETING OF HIGH COUNCIL
A meeting nf the High Council has
has been announced for Sunday morn
ing at 10:3" o'clock at the Tabernacle.
B. Y. P. N. SOCIAL
A box social under the auspices of
lb" Baptist Young Peoples' Union has
been anounced to be held this evening
at the home of Miss Cash. All young
folks interested in the work of the local
Baptist church are invited to be pres
ent. PREPARATIONS FOR GAME
Extensive arrangements are neing
made for the 1 all game between Mesa
and Tempo, to take place on the local
diamond, next Sunday afternoon com
mencing at 3 o'clock. Manager Lango
wiski is of the opinion that he new has
a team that is in shape to go against
any aggregation of ball players in the
Fairbanks-Morse Engines
Schieren's Duxbak Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pumps, Etc
ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPY GO
Ird Are. and Jackion "We Have the Stock" Phoni
Phoenix Directory
Automobiles ' Garages 'Accessories
Arizona Motor
Company, inc.
QUICK
WW. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agents
Garage and Salesrooms
313 North Central Avenue. Phone 1450
CAPITAL
AUTO SUPPLY CO.
FRANKLIN
Ford Motor Car
MASTER CARBURETORS
rflNfiDF TIRFVk SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR CO.
AlllKL.iJJ IIIXLiJ 309-315 North Central Avenue
MAXWELL r.
$850 FOB. Phoenix
Gray A Davis Starter328"28-0 N-
Huntsman-Hotchkisi
Overland Co.
227-229 North Center
Phone 1916
REO
Official A. A.
108 North
state. The diamond is being put in
shape and plans perfected for the en
tertainment of a record breaking crowd
at the ptrk.
RETURNS FROM PRESCOT
G. A. Brown, of Broken Arrow, Okla
homa, who has been a Mesa visitor for
the past several weeks, returned yester
day from Prescott where he has been
for a few days. He reports that Pres
cott was visited by a heavy enow storm
Monday night.
M. W. A. DANCE POSTPONED
The members of the Modern Wood
men lodge who have been planning to
have a dance and social evening on
j Friday evening of this week have post-
noned the event until Fridav evening
of next week, March 12th. The danco
WIH be held at the Knights of Pythia
, hall. A large delegation of the mem
bers of the order
from Phoenix.
are expected over
HERE FROM CALIFORNIA
George D. Gates, the owner of F.1
Rancho Buena Vista, four miles east of
town on the tosevclt road, is in the
city from Alhambra, California and ex
peets to be here for a few daya on busi
ness. PACKING HOUSEHOLD GOODS
Workmen are busily engaged in crat
ing the household goods of the J. L.
Warings preparatory to shipment to
their new home in California.
FRUIT REMAINS UNHARMED
In the opinion of P. B. Beville,
local weather observer, the recent
frosts have not harmed the young trees
which have recently been set out. While
the frosts were heavy and the minimum
thermometer was 3; degrees, the clear
ing weather was so slow which pre
sented injury. According to Mr. Be-
ville. had the sun came out warm fol-
! IowinS the t'"1'' mBnt in w,,ich """'
fell on the nearby mountains, there
might have been damage done to the
trees which have been putting out
tender shoots. However, the morning
after was one of mist and fog and the
dimage amounted to nothing.
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SLIGHT' VIS DANOtR
I'elU Did sou read In the
v here Swi1 .'iand s n i
exporting ;:n moir rlioefilnte'
Nell Oh, fudge. New York
piper
NOT ALARMED
Oldboy I suppose your many ad
mirers are getting jealous of me?
Miss Liveleigh Oh. no! On account,
of your ace they all think you are
calling on mother. Judge.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL STOCK
HOLDERS MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the
annual stockholders meeting of THE
PARADOX VALLEY RADIUM
MIXES COMPANY is hereby called
to meet at the office of the com
pany at 440 Equitable building. Den
ver, Colorado, on Thursday, the lXth
day of March, 131!;, at 'the hour of
ten o'clock in the forenoon of tm'.A
day, for the election of directors for
the ensuing year, and for the trans
action of such other business as
may properly come before said meet
ing. Dated Denver, Colorado, March 1st,
1913.
H. A. HICKS, President.
C. S. GODDARD, Secretary,
to March ISth.
AUTOMOBILES Everything tot tat
automobile carried In stork.
FIRST AND VAN BUREN ST RE ETC
MOTOR CARS. W. A. Horrell
521 N. Central. Phone 12X1
Expert Service Men
ACCESSORIES
U. S. TIRES, OILS, GREASE
Everything But ths Auto
517 N. Central Ave. Phone 1071
THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET
TODAY
GEO. HAGEMAN, Distributor for Arizona
Corner Second and Adams Streets
'
-Passenger, 1565. Runabout, 81
EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agent
308-313 E. Adams St
Maricopa County Agent for Firestone
Tires
Both Are Big Money Savers.
Ths Best in the World.
O'NEILL AUTO & SUPPLY CO.
Trent, Managsr. Automobils Repairing
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TIRES
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