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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, -MARCH 18, 1915
PAGE NINE Business Chances IK YOU ARE LOOKING FOR u Bond paving business at a sacrifice price, t'ninr in; fine location, cheap rent. Kellogg, 117 N. 1st Ave. It LADY CAN ESTABLISH big paying home business for $50.00. Box 609 Re publican, br FOR SALE Two-chair barber shop, prices 25c and 50c. For particulars ad dress V. X. Jones, Winkelman, Ariz. br FOR SALE Grocery store. In quire 1001 East Roosevelt. 2-ds Special Notices WIIF.N V1SITINC, FIVE POINTS do not fail to stop at Sam's Place, short crclera, good coffee, cigars, candies, soft drinks. S. E. Bennett, 723 Grand Ave. 4-bm Special Notices ". C. EDWARDS has taken charge of the Ford Cafeteria, 138 West Washing ton. Give me a trial, satisfaction guar anteed. 4-bm NOTICE TO CREDITORS The Chandler Market has been sold. All bills against same must he filed with J. R. Klakely and Mary R. Klakely, former owners to be paid by them. Mary R. Klakely, J. R Biakely, proprietors. Chandler Market. db Auto Livery BIG HURRY? PHONE 1938 Thoenix Auto Livery 12 City Blocks, 25c Special Prices on long trips. tf Auto Wrecking House ANY ONE with an old automobile or motnrcyclo to sell or repair call at 1345 East Van Buren St. 3-dm Auto Painting AUTO PAINTING, estimates given. Thone 2133. E. C. Higgins. Bll E. Monroe. tf Auto Time Table FIKE'S AUTO STAGE LINE Phoenix-Tempe-Mesa-Chandler Cars leave Phoenix and1 Mesa every 10 minutes from 7 A. M. until 6 P. M.. and thereafter as follows: Leave Phoenix Leave Mesa 7:00 p.m. (:30 p.m. 1:00 " '7:00 " :00 " 8:00 " 10:30 " :00 " Leave Tempe about 10 minutes after leaving Phoenix. Leave Tempe about 10 minutes after leaving Mesa. Mesa-Chandler Division Leave Mesa Leave Chandler 8:00 a.m. ' 7:30 a.m. 10J)0 9:30 " 12:00 " 11:30 " 2:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 4:00 " 3:30 " :00 " 6:J0 " Ftcke's Auto Delivery Phona 414 tf GLKNDALE-f'H) ENIX A UTOS leave Kerryhill's corner every half hour from 8:30 to G. Round trip 50c. tf Cleaning and Pressing 'ARI'ETS, rugs and curtains cleaned by, the Arizona Cleaning Works. Phone .Mis. Mrs. L. Wilson. br CLEANING AND PRESSING neatly done; work called for and delivered. Goldberg & Gibson, Empress Theater Bldg. Phone 1996. tf Corsetiere MRS. Kl'HLWILM, Spirella Corse tiere. i'l'j W. Jefferson St. Phono 2950. 4-bn Chiropodist CHIROPODY, corns removed pain less and bloodless, 50c each; bunions, moles, warts, etc., removed. 39 East Adams, Frank Shirley. Phone 1704. tf Dressmaking FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING 320 W. Van Buren. 4-bn Fashionable dressmaking. Latest styles copied or will design. Altera tions and remodeling. 12 years ex perience. All work guaranteed. 517 K. Van Buren. 4-n DRESSMAKER from the east will go out by the day or week, expert on fitting and designing. Miss Morris, 2131 W. Monroe. Phone 2365. U WE TEACH SEWING, 50c per lesson. bring your material. American College Dressmaking, Room 12 Monihon Bldg. 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. Phone 1213. .. tf Furniture REPAIRING of all kinds, promptly done In the best manner. We bring your stuff in and deliver it free. Bar- rows-Fooshee Fur. Co. t Graduate Masseuse (UuiwuiAnww'i" - -- -- --- Scientific body massage, swedisn movements. Miss Catherine Power, no v. Kth street. Phone 8S03. 4-r Hand Laundry SANITARY HAND LAUNDRY, all hand work. Rougn dry 3&c aoz. i-;n olsn. 7hone 3540. tf l iu&a i. u m a v n;T. a utMe salesman at The Re puhlionn office. A Want Ad will see Home Dining-Room GOOD HOME COOKED MEALS at Beckers Dining Room. 42 South 2nd Ave. S-bp Hides LET US MAKE YOU A PRICE on your sheep pelts before you sell. Highest prices paid for hides. EFFRON & COMPANY 1 Block east Phoenix Flour Mill. Phone 1832 tf Junk HIGHEST PRICES PAID for old auto tires and tubes. Phone 1832 and will call. Fffron & Company, one block east Phoenix Flour Mills, oi Cor. First Ave and Jefferson St. tf Leather Goods WANTED TO BUY SECOND HAND SADDLES N. PORTER SADDLE & , HARNESS COMPANY 128 S. CENTRAL AVE. tf Messenger Service WE DELIVER to all parts of the city by reliable messenger boys. Ring 414. tf Osteopath DR. A. C. GRAVES Osteopathic physician and surgeon, over McKee's, 1st Ave. and Adams St Phone 1936. tf Public Accountant T. B. INGLIS. Public accountant and auditor. 1st. Ave. and Adams, (over McKee's.) Phone 1304. tf 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 Restaurant 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. tf Transfer and Storage LIGHTNING DEL. TRANSFER CO. We store or haul anything. Phone 594 and 1126. 42 South Central. tf LET YOUR MOVE BE OUR MOVE CHAMBERS TRANSFER CO. PHONE 1228. 18 South Central Ave. tf Upholstering and Cabinet Work WE HAVE ADDED to our shop, power cotton pickers; also have hair pickers for mattress work. Work done right and cheap. Phone 1419, 28 South 4 Ave. tf Undertaking andEmbalming THE GEO. F. MERRYMAN CO Embalmers and Funeral Directors. 124 N. Second Ave. Phone 651. tf EASTERLINQ & WHITNEY Un dertakers and Embalmers. 213 West Washington St., Phoenix, Arizona, tf aiunrt, ixvi.3k.Luii . irtuw un dertakers, Embalmers and Funeral Di rectors, 311 N. 1st Ave. tf MiM T'M 1 1 L' J ' . It T J. UOTC ITn- UNDERTAKERS Moore & McLel- lan; lady assistant, auto hearse. 329 West Adams St.. Phone 01. tr Vulcanizing TIRE HOSPITAL OF PHOENIX Viilean'ziner and welding done promptly and guaranteed. Out of town work solicited. Arizona Vulcanizing Works. 207 W. Washington. Phone 626. mihlican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT Of The Stata of Arizona, in and for the County of Maricopa. Notice of hearing petition in the Matter of the Estate of Chas. W, Johnstone, Deceased. Notice is given that Charles W, Johnstone, Jr., has filed in this Court a certain document purporting to be the last will and testament of Chas. W. Johnstone, together with his pe tition graying that said document be admitted to probate in this Court as the last "will and testament of said Chas. W. Johnstone who, said petitioner alleges, is deceased, and that letters testamentary issue there on to said petitioner, and that same will be held on Saturday the 20th day of March, A. D. 1915, at 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at the courtroom of said Court, in the Court House, in the City of Phoe nix, County of Maricopa, State of Arizona, and all persons interested in said estate are notified then and there to appear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be grant ed. Dated March 9th. 1915. JAMES MILLER, Jr., Clerk. By J. Elmer Johnson, Deputy Clerk. o NOTICE OF ELECTION Salt River Valley Water Users' As sociation. Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Articles of In corporation and c' the By-laws of the Salt River Valley WTater Users' Association and in pursuance thereof, an election by the qualified electors of said Association will be held on Tuesday, April Sixth, (Gth), 1913, from 8 o'clock A. M. of said day to 5 o'clock P. M. of said day at the various polling places to be here after designated by resolution of the Board of Governors of said Associa tion, for the election of the following officers of said Association, That is to say: One member of the Council in each of the ten council districts Into which the reservoir district is divided, for the term of three years. One member of the Council in the second district to fill an unexpired term of one year. One member of the Board of Gov ernors ' from each of the said ten Council Districts. The said terms of the said several officers to begin on the first Mon day in May, 1915. Members of the Council and of the Board of Governors are to be elected by the electors of the reservoir dis trict who are qualified to vote In the several council districts, respectively, for members of the council and of the Board of Governors. CHAS. A. VAX DER VEER, Secretary, Salt River Valley Water Users' Association. o i Hire a little salesman at The Re- ! publican office. A Want Ad will see ' more customers than you can. o IN THE SUPERIOR COURT Of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Maricopa In the matter of the Estate of Harry J. Jones, Deceased, Notice of hearing petition. Notice is hereby given that Minnie M. Jones has filed in this Court a certain document purporting to bo the last will and testament of Harry J. Jones, together with her petition praying that said document be ad mitted to probate in this Court as the last will and testament of said Harry J. Jones who, said petitioner alleges, is deceased, and that letters testamentary issue thereon to said petitioner, and that same will be beard on Saturday, the 27th .day of March, A. D. 1915, at 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at the courtroom of said Court, in the Court House, in the City of Phoenix, Coun ty" of Maricopa. State of Arizona, and all persons interested in said estate are notified then and there to appear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. Dated March 15th, 191S. JAMES MILLER, Jr., Clerk. Patronize the man who thinks enough of his stallion to advertise him DIRECTLY 2:03'4 ; LOU KINNEY, No. 47u6j. New State Corral. I DR. CLARK No. 44!M7 bay trotting stallion, 2:14; BURNEER No. 45040' dark bay trotting stallion, 2:2814. Will make the season at 1326 Grand Ave. J. T. Clark. Phone 470. HACHEUR (76502) 44362 IMPORT ED Black Registered Percheron Stal lion, 8 years old. wt. 200 lbs. E. E. Jack, owner, Grand Ave., bet. Glendale and Phoenix. Phone 108J4, Glendale, no toll. PRINCE Z0MB0, hmwn Reg Stallion trial 2:16; PRINCE WOOD, bay stand ard bred stallion trot, 2:24;. JOHN HENRY, standard bred jack, 4 years old. Dr. James Livingstone V. S. Fair Grounds. SYLVIO reg. blk. Percheron, w't. 2000; BILLY BRATTON, bay trotter, wt. 1300; DEL NORTE, blk. running horse, wt. 1050; cither horse $10 cash for season. J. F. Lee, 115 E. Buchanan, Phone 2948. LELAND D and HENRY LEE, W. T. Berkley's registered harness and cad die stallions are doing the season at the Fair Grounds. SI NO, black registered Percheron, 6 years old. weight 2000, $15 to insure. Bartlett-Heard Land and Cattle com pany. Call 92 ask for 27J4. Joseph Lovell, manager. tf COLBERT, black imported French Percheron Stallion, wt. 2100. P. T. Hur ley, Buckeye Road. tf MUGGINS 61716. blk. Percheron stal lion, wt. 1900. Andrew . Jackson Mo. Jack. M. B. Brooks, Yuma Road. tf Van Kirk's STALLIONS: also REG. JACK. 1300 Block N. 1st St.. Phone 2770. .t. . nl .... n...litJl. w mwmw-y mm SOUTH SIDE NEWS HORACE B. GRIFFEN, JR, GENERAL SOUTH81DE AGENT Refer to him Subscription Order, Steps, Changes, well as all il lness regarding Advertising and Job Printing. - TEMPE OFFICE MESA OFFICE Caa Loma Hotel Bldg., Phono S3. With Everybody's Drug Store, Phono 6 or Tempo Correspondent, H. B. Griffon, Jr. Mesa Correspondent Chas. F. Jones l)uiWuiA)Viiwuwvwrrrri'iT ' - -- - TIME TO CLEAN UP IS TEMPE'S SLOGAN Efforts Toward "Tempo Beautiful" are Untiring. Force of Men at Weed Cutting That Tempe will retain its repu tation as being one of the cleanest towns of the state is quite evident judging from the amount of labor and time that is being expended in cleaning up vacant lots, the alley, and ( along the roadways and in otner oui of the way places, wnere weens are bound to grow. The marshal has hr.d a force of men at work for over a week, and everywhere, whether on town or personal property, the weeds are being cut, cleared away and burned. The marshal is not awaiting any special clean up day; neither is he waiting for the property owners to contribute their share toward Tempe Beautiful in clearing their own lots and other spare ground. A good sia ed force of men are at work, some with teams and mowers, others with hoes, and all are taking every bit of weed and rubbish in their path. to he cleared away. The marshal has suggested that the efforts of the council toward keeping the town clean co-operate with the property owners, and that they at once set r.hout clearing up. The few hours spent by each individual will work a marvelous good, and for reasons both sanitary and for the beauty of the town, there is little work that might result more profitably. WANTED TO BUY Wanted, horses, mares and mules for English and French governments, will buy horses or mares from 5 to 10 years old to weigh from 1250 to 1500 pounds; must be blocky built with big bone, good broke mules from 14 to 15 hands high, 5 to 10 years old; will buy any color except light grey. Will be at Tempe, forenoon only, Friday, March 19: Mesa, alternoon only, Friday March 19; Phoenix all day Saturday, March iO at Central Ave. Livery Barn, 235 North Central. v. X. Petticord. Adv. br TRUSTEE ELECTIONS The time for the election of trustees for tie High and Grammar school boards has been set for March 27th, and to date there are three vacan cies to be filled. On the high school hoard, the terms of G. IL Finch, city member, and C. P. Mullen, country member, expire this spring, and neith er are candidates for re-election, Mr. Finch refuses to serve again and Mr. Mullen has moved from the valley. As candidates for the trustee job from the city. Dr. R. L. Alexander, has consented to be placed in nomina Mon. It is a well established fact that the doctor is fully qualified lo hold this position, having been a teacher for a number of years, and at all times being one who has taken the greatest of interest in Tempe's schools. On the grammar school board the term of T. Dickinson expires and it is understood he will not be a candidate for re-election. A HIKE TO NO END Marshal Browning and Constable Estrada participated in a hike day before yesterday that was well worthy of a reward, yet the man they seek is still at large. They were appraised of the fact that an insane man was making himself generally trouble some at a ranch house east of town. They followed the man's trail for sev eral miles and searching high and low in the river bottom between town and two miles east, but their efforts were without reward. Various reports that a man suspected of being insane came in the first few days of the week, but since Tuesday nothing has been heard of the suspect. LITERARY AND ART The Tempe Woman's club literary and art department will hold its monthly meeting on Saturday, March 20th. at the home of Mrs. W. H. Strong, 604 Ash avenue. The subject of the program will be Chicago, and numbers will be given as follows: Roll call, name a prominent person, a well known place, or interesting event connected in history with Chicago; tain, outline History of Chicago," Mrs. G. H. Corson; paper, "Literature inicag;o, Mrs. Howard Brown; music, Mrs. William Goodwin: paper, "Art, People and Places of Interest"', Mrs. J. T. Birchett; talk, "Chicago as an Educational Center," Mrs. Chas. Prather. The chairman of the de partment is urging the attendance of : all members, as the meetings will soon close for the summer. VISIT AT CALIENTE M. M. Barkdoll, one of the prosper ous ranchers of Tempe, left Tuesday Kin ior me Agua Caliente Hot Springs, where he will visit for a while. RETURNED HOME Elijah Rowand, wife and small son, left yesterday morning for Mrs. ' Row and's old home at Aurora, Mo. Mrs. Rowand, who has been in ill health for some months, will undergo an operation as soon as she is rested from the trip home. JUBILEE SINGERS The Dixie Jubilee Concert company will play a one-night engagement in Tempe at the opera house on Tuesday of next week. The company is com posed wholly of colored artists, and tho recommondniions given them rank the 1 Tl TEMPE NEWS NOTES j i - i! i - - - - - - - - - Business Opportunities If there is anybody . anywhere who wishes to do anything in Tempe, please write to W.J.KINGSBURY COTTONWOOD in stove lengths FOR SALE delivered or on the ground ELLINGr OLSEN R. No. 1, Tempe 5- MESA NEWS NOTES I i i MRS. CLARA PDMEROY IS GRAND GUARDIAN Grand Lodge of Woodmen Circle Elect ed Officers Yesterday Next Meet at Douglas Mesa was signally honored yesterday in the second biennial convention of the Woodmen Circle when the office of grand guardian, the highest in the ord er within the state was given to Mrs. Clara Pomeroy ot Mesa. However, in addition to the local honors accruing from the selection of Mesa as the resi dence of the grand guardian Mrs. Grace Cillins of Mesa, was also made one of the grand managers. The next con vention to be held two years hence, will be at Douglas. The town in the south ern part of the state was very ably rep resented this year by May Rogers who did much to land the next convention at her "home. The convention throughout was marked by harmonious sessions and much routine work was accomplished. The officers elected for the ensuing two years are: Grand guardian, Mrs. Clara Pomeroy, Mesa: grand advocate, Mattie B. Kayser, Bisbee; grand clerk. May Rogers, Douglas; grand banker, Lizzie Lauver, Phoenix; grand chap lain, Mary E. Craig, Tempe; grand at tendant, Xora I Fulton, Phoenix; as sistant grand attendant, Lizzie Await, Clifton: grand manager, Katherine Fi notti, Bisbee; grand manager, Grace Collins, Mesa; Emily Graham, Globe; entertainment as the best of its class that is now on the road. MOTOR RACES IN TEMPE The right of way through Tempe has been granted the speeding motor cyclists who leave Phoenix this morn ing at ten o'clock on their road race to Tucson. The marshal with the sanction of the council members, gave official authority yesterday morning and to guard against any accidents, the route of the race within the city limits will be patroled. The racers will come in over the highway bridge, will ten turn east to Mill avenue and continue directly south or turn east at Eighth street, according to the route they choose to Chandler, Uirirshjcjingoint "TIZ" FOR SORE TIRED FEET AH! "TIZ" is Grand For Aching, Swol len, Sweaty, Calloused Feet or Corns "Pull, Johnnj, Pull!" Ah! what relief. No more tired feet; no more burning feet; no more swollen, bad smelling, sweaty feet. No more soreness in corns, callouses, bunions. No matter what ails your feet or what under the sun you've tried without getting relief, just use "TIZ." "TIZ" is the only, remedy that draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff up the feet. "TIZ" cures your foot trouble so you'll never limp or draw up your face in pain. Your shoes won't seen tight and your feet will never, never hurt or get sore and swollen. Think of it, no more foot misery, no more agony from corns, callouses or bunions' Get a 25 cent box a any drug store or department store and get instant relief. Wear smaller shoes. Just once try "TIZ." Get a whole year's foot comfort for only 25 rents. Think of it. J jffjl -- - - -rrfrrrrm grand inner sentinel, Helen Rolando, I Miami; grand outer sentinel, Mamie I Hiatt, Globe; delegate to supreme lodge, Mamie Fleming, Phoenix; super ior alternate, Lizzie Await, Clifton. Following the closing session at which the officers were elected the con vention adjourned for luncheon. The visiting ladies during the afternoon were the guests of the Commercial club. Immediately after luncheon they were taken in automobiles and given a drive over the Mesa section. LESUEUR-SPILLSBt'RY company great Easter sale now going on. Adv. br BAND CONCERT The appearance of the regimental band at this place last night in an open air concert was the occasion for the gathering of a large crowd of very ap preciative residents of the town and surrounding country. Following the concert a splendid dance was given at the Vance auditorium which was very largely attended. GENT'S FURNISHINGS of new spring styles sold at big reduction in price at Lcsueur's, Mesa. Adv. br Rlueball Cham bray, full sized two pocket shirts going at 35c at Lcsueur's great Easter Time sale Adv. br VISITS LAW PARTNER C. O. AndeiKon, partner in the prac tice of law with Joseph E. Xolrfe, was a Mesa visitor yesterday for a few hours. Mr. Anderson is at present re tained by the Mascot Copper company and was in the valley for the purpose of appealing before the land and cor poration commission relative to the building of a railroad from the EI Paso and Southwestern to the company's propert at the Mascot mile where sev eral hundred thousands of tons of cop per ore is in sight. FISH AND OYSTERS Fish at I7c per lb.; oysters at SOc per can. Pioneer Meat Market, Tempe. Phone 23. Adv. It QUARANTINED FOR SMALLPOX The family nf Wallace Maconald is quarantined on account of smallpox at their home on West First street. CHARGED FLOODING STREETS George Scott and W. F. Gollaher were haled into the city court yesterday morning chargco with flooding the streets. The evidence was such that it appeared that the government had turned down a head of water that it was impossible to take care of and that the offense was wholh' unavoid able. ST. PATRICK'S DANCE A St. Patrick's day dance was given last nir.ht at the Mesa opera house. A large crowd was in attendance and an enjoyable time is reported by those Fairbanks-Morse Engines Schieren's Duxbak Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pumps, Etc ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPY CO rd At, and Jackson "We Have the 8tockM-Pbonn! PHOENIX DIRECTORY Automobiles - Garages 'Accessories Arizona Motor Company, Inc. QUICK W. W. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agents Garage and Salesrooms olo iNoi'th Central Avenue. Phone 1450 CAPITAL AUTO SUPPLY CO. Diamond Squeegee Tires FRANKLIN FORD Motor Car MASTER CARBURETORS CONGRESS TIRES MAXWELL r. $850 F. O. B. Phoenix Gray & Davis Starter REO Official A. A. 108 North present. The music was furnished by the Mesa orchestra. WEARING OF THE GREEN Yesterday was apparently an Irish day in Mesa. The wearing of the green was indulged in by many residents as well as visitors within the city. ST. PATRICK'S DAY PARTY Mrs. L. H. Xorth, Mrs. E. R. North. Mrs. F. B. Gurley and Mrs. R E Steele entertained a large number of their friends at a St Patrick's day party as the spacious north home, two miles east of town on the Roosevelt road yester day afternoon. MINIATURE INFANT A babe six inches in length and weighing little more than a pound, was born ?o Senoia Vcndeola in a tent in the northeast part of the city, yesterday forenoon. Marshal Peyton, whose du ties are multitudinous was confronted with a bran new experience in connec tion with the case. He was in tho northeast part of the town when he was appraised of the fact that the stork was circling around a particular tent indicating its intention to alight. He was called in on the ease, gave all the information he possessed along nuch lines which was very thankfully received and which proved to he very timely and opportune. Reports from the place later .were in effect that tho child was breathing naturally and had every chance usually afforded children so young to grow up and become some day a president of Mexico. o SLOW TO AGE "Why do you state that women are slower than men" demanded the suf fragette. "It takes most of them 40 years to reach the age of 30," replied the grouch. Cincinnati Enquirer. SAGE TEA DARKENS HAIR TO ANY SHADE Don't stay gray! Here's a simple recipe that anybody can apply with a hair brush. The use of Sage and Sulphur for restoring faded gray hair to lis natural color dates back to grand mother's time. She used to kee.) her hair beautifully dark, glossy and abundant. Whenever her hair fell out or took on that dull, faded or streaked appearance, this simple mix ture was applied with wonderful ef fect. But brewing at home is mussy and out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking at any drug store for a 50 cent bottle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com pound," you will get this famous old recipe which can be depended upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair and is splendid for dand -ruff, dry, feverish, itchy scalp and falling hair. A well-known downtown druggist says it darkens the hair so naturally and evenly that nobody can tell it has been applied. You simply damp en a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one strand at a time. Ry morning the gray hair disappears, and after another application or two. it becomes beautifully dark, glossy, soft and abundant. AUTOMOBILES Everything for the automobile carried in stock FIRST AND VAN BUREN STREETS MOTOR CARS. W. A. Horreli 521 N. Central. Phone 1223 Expert Service Men ACCESSORIES U. S. TIRES, OILS, GREASE Everything But the Auto 517 N. Central Ave. Phone 1071 Payne and Hart - Distributors Cor. Central Ave. and Monroe Street THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET ' TODAY GEO. HAGEMAN, Distributor for Anions Corner Second and Adams Streets 5-Passenger, $565. Runabout, $515 EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agent 308-310 E. Adams St. Maricopa County Agent for Firestone Tires Both Are Big Money Savers. The Best in the World SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR CO. 309-315 North Ceentral Avenue O'NEILL AUTO & SUPPLY CO. B. Trent, Manageer. Automobile Repairing Goodyear Tires Auto Accessories 326-28-30 N. Central Phone 630 Huntsman-Hotchkiss Overland Co. 227-229 North Center Phone 1916 FEDERAL TIRES A. Transcontinental Garage Second Avenue. Phone 1181 more customers man ui. ..mi.