Newspaper Page Text
TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNlNO, -APKIL 1(T, 191,5.
PAGE NINE , Signs FOR THE BES?T in signs see Dave, work guaranteed. 601 West Washing ton St. ' 4-br Transfer and Btorage FIANO AXD FURNITURE MOVING. AUTO TRANSFER CO., 139 N. 1st Ave. Phone 1487.. Night Phone 8494. 4-dk LIGHTNING DEL. TRANSFER CO. We store or haul anything. Phdne 694 and 1126. 42 South Central. tf LET TOUR MOVE BE OUR MOVE CHAMBERS TRANSFER CO. PHONE 1228. 18 South Central Ave. tf Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad xvill see mure customers than you can. Tractors & Cultivators SEK THE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR nt Cleavclanil ranch. It plants, culti vates, mows and rakes. Price $450 de livered any Arizona R. R. station, in cluding 2 cultivators. Agents wanted through the state. R. F. D. No. 5. Phone 11TR4. ' tf Veterinary Surgeons DR. H. E. GERDES, veterinary, phy sician, surgeon, dentist. Phone 1152. SOS N. 1 Ave. 4-ge THE GEO. F. MERRTMAN CO. Embalmers and Funeral Directors. 124 N. Second Ave. Phone 651. tf .EASTERLING ft WHITNET Un dertakers and Embalmers. 21S West Washington St, Phoenix, Arizona, ti MOHN, DRISCOLL & MAUS Un dertakers, Embalmers and Funeral Di rectors, 311 N. 1st Ave. tf UNDERTAKERS Moore A McLel lan; lady assistant, auto hearse. 129 West Adams St.. Phone (01. tf Vulcanizing TIRE HOSPITAL OF PHOENIX Vulcar'zing and welding; done promptly and guaranteed. Out of town work solicited. Arizona Vulcanizing Works. 207 W. Washington. Phone 626. Upholstering and Cabinet Work WE HAVE ADDED to our shop, power cotton pickers; also have hair pickers for mattress wor,k. Work done right and cheap. Phone 1419, 28 South 4 Avo. tf CALL FOR BIDS PHOENIX, Arizona, April 16, 1915. Sealed proposals will he received by tin; Manager of the City of Phoenix, Arizona, until four o'clock P. M. April 26th. 1915. for the in stallation of a ten inch water main, valves and fire hydrants, on Monroe Stret from 2nd. Ave. to 7th. Ave. Also for taking out 6" water main on Monroe Stret from 2nd. Ave. to 7lh. Plans and specifications for the above work may be had upon appli cation to tlie Superintendent of the Water Works. City Hall. A certified check for 5 of the amount of the bid must accompany each proposal, s a guarantee that the successful bidder will enter into a contract for the completion, of the ibove work in accordance with the plans and specifications. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids, to waive :iny informalities in any proposals. Robt. A. Craig, City Manager. o ORDINANCE NO. 39 An Ordinance granting the Atchison, Topcka and Santa Fe Railway Company. a corporation, or its as signs, the privileges of building a spur or sidetrack upon Harrison Street between Ninth Avenue and the center of Fifth Avenue. RE IT ORDAINED BY THE COM MISSION OF THE C1TT OF PHOE NIX, as follows: , . Section 1. That the Atchison, To peka and Santa Fe Railway Com pany, a corporation, or its assigns, is hereby granted the privilege and permission to lay, construct, main tain and operate, a spur or side track on Harrison Street, beginning at a point Seventy feet 170') east of the East line of Ninth Avenue -andJ Eight feet (8') south of the north line of Harrison Street, and running thence due easterly along Harrison Street to the center of Fifth Ave nue, as indicated by blue-print at taehed hereto and made a part hereof. Section 2.' That said track shall be. laid on the established grade of said street and avenues, and shall be used, laid maintained and operated subject to all ordinances, rules and regulations now in force and effect or that hereafter may bo ordained, prescribed or provided by the Com mission of the City of Phoenix. Section 3. That the privilege and permission hereby granted may at any time be revoked by the Com mission of the city of Phoenix. Section 4. .This ordinance shall take effect and be in force thirty days (3D) after Its passage "and ap proval by the Mayor, and prior to its becoming effective and operative shall be published as required by the charter of the City of Phoenix, and the cost of the publication of this Ordinance shall be paid by the said Atchison, Topeka and Santa Railway Company, a corporation. PASSED by the Commission of the City of Phoenix this 9th day of April, 1915. APPROVED this 9th day of April 1915. GEO L. , TOt'NG, ATTEST: ' . Mayor. FRANK THOMAS. City Clerk. o FREIGHT TRAIN HELD UP ASSOCIATED PRESS MSPATCHl. BUFFALO, April 14. Ten masked armed men held up a New York Central freight at Sanborn, abou Patronize the man who thinks enough of his stallion to advertise him CHALLON C5893, grey Percheron stallion, wt. 1800, Manistee ranch, l mile N. E. of Glendale. Louis Sands. Phone Rural 204. 4-gs DAN Standard bred shire and per cheron stock, wt. 1700. A. J. Straw, Glendale. 4-gs TRUMPETING KING Reg. imported English Hackney, perfect gentleman, fine actor. Buck's Livery, Tempe. 4-dn FOR SALE YOUNG STALLIANS Pedigreed PERCHERONS.. One to four years old. Ira Beck, i miles W. of Fair Grounds. Phone 1A6R5. 4-dl DIRECTLY 2:03'i: LOU KINNEY, No. 47565. New State Corral. ROBIN PRIDE, Reg. Clyilsdale, wt. 3000. Alma llillett, 2 miles S. of Mesa. 4-dn C. H. Barlilny of Glendale is standing two fine stallions, KUROPATA and BON VON JR. 4-dn ARMTHORPE 9192 imported English shire, sired bv the famous English stallion SOUTHGATE HONEST TOM, seal brown, W. S. Dorman owner, Strlngtown ranch, 26 miles S. W. Mesa. L. F. Rucker. manager. 4-dn RICKDAut DUKE, imported Eng lish shire, dark bay, wt. 1925. W. T. Cummings, Tempe. 4-dr COQUETT, imported French 'perch eron, prize winner, wt. 2000. Wm. Pain ter, 2 miles S. Tempe. 4-da MISSOURI CHIEF Reg. Jack. 5 years old. H. Renuud. Alhamnra. Phone 24J4. 4-dp DR. CLARK No. 449917 bay trotting stallion, 2:14; BURNEER No. 450 4 0' dark bay trotting stallion, 2:23. Will make the season at 1326 Grand Ave. J. Clark. Phone 470. HACHEUR (76502) 44362 IMPORT ED Black Registered Percheron. E. EL Jack. Grand Avp.. het. niendala and "Phoenix. Phone 10SJ4, Glendale. no tolL PRINCE ZOMBO, brown 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. ' OTIS JR., resistered dark bay trot ter by James Otis dam Loe Blossom by Lepide by Wilkes Boy, standing at Fair Grounds. Mrs. L. M. Schenck, owner. 5-g SYLVIO reg. blk. Percheron, Wt 000; BILLY BRATTON, bay trotter. wt. 1300; DEL NORTE, blk. running horse, wt. 1050: either horse $10 cash for season. J. F. Lee, 115 E. Buchanan, Phone 294S. LELAND Dand HENRY LEE, W. T. Barkley's registered harness and sad dle stallions are doing the season at the Fair Grounds. f SI NO, black registered Percheron, 6 years old, veight 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 GOD HARD 7i7, brown coach stal lion, 16 U, hands, wt. 1500; BROWN PRINCE 73369, black Percheron, wt. 1800. M. B. Freeman, Chandler. NAVAJO No. 57774 black percheron, wt 1950. C. J. Simmons, Pearl of the Valiey ranch, 2 miles S. W. Mesa. JOHNNIE THE JACK standard bred, D-year-old, sure getter. A. N. Porter, Mesa. FOR SALE KENTUCKY JACK, five years old, second premium at state fair. Jack Evans, 31 S. 3rd St. tf COLONEL RANDOLPH 49762 chest, sorrel trotter 2:2214 as 2-year-old. Kleinman's Livery Stable, Mesa. AGENT imported German coach, chestnut, sorrel, wt. 1750, terms reas onable. J. E. McClain, Double Butte Ranch. Phone 13R2, Tempe. CLIFTON 4641 Kentucky Jack; COL ONEL COULEY 4730. Missouri Jack. Guernsdale Jack Farm, Chas. Peterson, owner, 3 miles east of Chandler. Van Kirk's STALLIONS; also REG. JACK. 1300 Block N. 1st St Phone 2770. fifteen miles from Buffalo, at 2 o'clock this morning, and uncoupled and looted the cars. Ten automobile trucks were filed with stolen goods. Engineer (Joss escaped, ' and ran his engine eight miles to the Suspension bridge fur helpv The robbers had disappeared when the posse arrived at the scene. CROP OUTLOOK -GOOD WASHINGTON. April 14. The ag ricultural outlook has greatly im proved, according to the national weather crop bulletin. Vegetation sev eral weeks late has made rapid prog ress especially in the southern and southwestern states. General farm work of all kinds is much advanced except in a few localities where the soil continues too wet. SOUTH SIDE NEWS HORACE . SRIFFEN, JR, ENERAL SOUTHSIDE AGENT ' Refer to him Subscription Orders, Stopa, Changes, as well ss all sUs iness regarding Advertising and Job Printing. TEMPE OFFICE MESA OFFICE Cass Lema Hotel Bldg, Phone S3. With . Everybody's Drug Store, Phone f or M Tempe Correspondent, H. B. Griffon, Jr. Mesa Correspondent Chas. F. Jones Luuirwirwu-umru-i- juxar.nrum.-nn- -i LOCAL ENTOMOLOGIST GETS HIS PROMOTION D. J. Caffro of Ento. Lab. To Take; Charge in New Mexico. Wilder--muth Goes to East for Few Days. One of the semi-annual, important changes in the fprce at Tempe labor atory of the Bureau, of Entomology became effective last . evening with the departure of D. J. Caffre, who is heading for New Mexico, to resume the eradication work, of the range caterpillar. Incidentally, V. L. Wilder muth, chief at the local station, left yesterday morning for the San Simon Valiey in Eastern Arizona, to investi gate a rather pecutiar and decidedly destructive outbreak of insects work ing on the alfalfa crops of the dis trict. There is something more to the transfer of Mr. Caffre this year than the mere change in location; he goes to assume charge of the force of n half dozen or more men, of which during the two years past he has been a member. The new summer station In New Mexico this year will 1 be located at .Maxwell and the ento- mologists who are to work on that , range caterpillar are now headed in i that direction. The camp there will have about six months active work : on the range before the cold weather j drives them out for the winter. j According to present plans V. L. ; Wildermuth will remain in charge in J Tempe. Hogge and Gates are also to remain here for the summer, and it is expected that at least one and j possibly two more men will be in for a few months work within a short j while. WELL SIR: ' How about your Sum mer sdit. $12.50 and $20.00, Hyder's. Tempe. - It o M REVIVAL MEETING AROUSES INTEREST The revival service at the Christian church will close with the service 1 Sunday evening, as it will be impos- j siblo for Evangelist Jones to continue j longer. The meetings have been an unquestionable success and many j have added themselves to the mem- bership of the church. Not only has i the meeting been fruitful in bringing! members into the church, but the ef- j feet upon the membership has been) most helpful and a deep spiritual I awakening is everywhere manifest.' Evangelist Jones has been preaching , sermons that make people stop and i think and, when impelled afterwards to act, they are guided by a reason- i able interpretation of their duty and j responsibility as well as by a sincere' desire to do something for the Master. ! Men are being taught that it is the 1 manly thing to be a Christian, and plain gospel truths are forced home j in a telling way. Preaching to another good crowd last niglit, the" evangelist discussed the conversion of Lydia and showed the various steps necessary to obedi ence to the gospel and the gaining admission into the church of Christ. It was a strong sermon, delivered in in eloquent unemotional manner that was impressive. The preacher urges nil to come out for Christ and be men. Tonight there wilt be a sermon on "What Jesus Thought About Men," a sermon of especial interest to men. In addition to this there will be special singing. The ordinance of baptism will be administered at the close of the service." Because people are so interested lir the meeting and because time is short, Mr. Jones will preach on Sat-" urday night at the usual hour and will discuss "The Law. and the Oospel." In this sermon he will dis cuss the questions of the Sabbath- why Christian neonle observe the first day of the week; is it possible Casa Loma Hotel Temp?, Ariz. . The Soutliside's Best Hotel. Specially reduced rates' on rooms by tlie week or month. "WE GUARANTEE SUNSHINE" & . y I I j TEMPE NEWS NOTES J 1 i t ........ ................. BUSINESS OPPOR TUNITIES IN TEMPE, ARIZ. 010 REWARD For the narae and ad dress of any person who will establish a new bus iness in Tempe, Ariz. W. J. Kingsbury Hear "What Jesus Thought About W Discussed Tonight By Evangelist 'Jones Tempo Christian' Church. Tomorrow (Saturday) Nieht Subject:" "The Law or the Gospel A Soianon on Sabbath keeping Services Close Sunday Night ' Do not miss any of these meetings. They will .do von $;ool. Tlie Fine Fresh Arizona and California Kind 3 BOXES FOR 25c Special prices . for doing up" Berries with jars, and sucar. . Prompt attention to coun trv ordei's. Colorado Fruit & Produce Co, Tempe, Ariz. Phone 99 to keep the sabbath; was the sabbath ever on Sunday and other questions of like nature. All are' invited' to these services. LADIES' PU MI'S The latest style out A new shipment iupt "received by exprass. Hyder's, Tempe. : It W. C. T. U. MEET -The. Tempo Womens - Christian Temperance Union met Tuesdny afternon and completed arrangements for entertaining the state W. C. T. U. convention,', which . will be held' in Tempe on" the 2Sth to 30th of .this month. . The following ladies' 'Were appointed delegates: Mesdames Hattie Buck, I. V. Stewart. EvaW-aJson -A. I. Quinn. II. G. Corson and "O'Neal. Alternates are: Mesdames. J.'wl Mc Lean and Rhoda Hilbers. " ' "WILD WOOD VOICES" ' ''Wildwod Voices," the beautiful cantata by the children of the t?on-grt-gational church Sunday school, will be given this evening oil the out of door stage on the church . lawn. Much time has been spent in prepar ation for this event and it is ex pected to be one of the prime pro ductions of the season by the little people of thp town. This is the program as it will be given, com mencing at eight o'clock. Introduction Pitno. ... Opening Chorus Children Firing Forth to the Wildwood. Brownies at play in. the woods. "To the Woods We Go' . "Two Little Baby Birds." "Swet Buterflies." . . ' "Gipsy Girls We ' Are' . f , "Wood Nymphs." - v . . "The Brownie Band." 1 Flower Sung. .The Fairy Princess. Billy Big Eye and Tommy Long Wing. . . .. Little Wee Wee's. "I'm a Brownie."'""'" .'. "The Fairy's Lullaby." "The Brownies' Charm.'1 -The Rose. . ' "Home Again." ' ' ; THE MOVIE PROGRAM . A very- good program 4s on deck for the entertainment of those who Strawberries MESA NEWS NOTES JILIIOBS WILL PRESENT SCHOOL PLAY TONIGHT '."The Sophomore" is the Title of the College. Melodrama to be Seen The junior class of the Mesa union ! high school will present "The Sopho more" at the High school assembly room - this evening. The cast of characters and the rehearsal of the play has been under the direction of Miss -Autrey, member of the high ; school faculty.. The play deals with college life, football players and a little romance Interwoven. The following is the cast of char acters: ' , Robert Stewart, the sophomore.... Fred Openshaw Professor Alden. Phil Champagne Hope, sis' daughter. ... .Zina Outhrie Owl Griggs, a diligent student Lee Holt Bud Kennedy,' captain ' of football team...'...;...'...... Paul Lesueur Livingstone. -oach .: Huston Valentine Kink Bannister Clarence Coleman i Hendricks . . . .Harvey Merrill . ..AVarner McClain Hirum Riggs ..Theresa Brimhall Lora Jones Marcelle Boyle j Buster Brown ; . . .. i Reddy Sirams ... j.Mary Scott ;Matilda Dwiggins Violet, the mnid . CHARTER RELINQUISHED W. J. Spaulding of liisbee,' super intendent district deputy of . the Moose lodge was a Mesa visitor yes- i terday. On account of a number of i members having moved to other places i and no active campaign j waged here new members of the lo cal officers decided to surrender the (charter. However a number of the '. members have signified their inten sion of uniting with the Phoenix l.lpdge. REFUSED T OSTAY ILL ,;.The ...statement "was made in yes terday morning's Republican that W. ;S. Dorman was ill at his home. How- ever before -the publication appeared, -Dorman was- at his-office. POST MORTEM EXAMINATION A post mortem examination was held on . the remains of Edward T. Cfmmons Wednesday forenoon when it was discovered that death resulted from an abscess ' instead of tuber aulosis. - QUIET REIGNED Testerda.y was a quiet day" in Mesa with the execption of a few hours in the morning and an ' hour in the evening.' RETURNED FROM TUCSON W. J. Simpson, McFadden Brothers' representative a.t this place, ' who purchased. last year's cotton crop, ro- turned yesterday from Tucson where he has been on a short business visit. ' DRUGSTORE INCORPORATES The Crescent Drug company has incorporated qnder the laws of Ari zona. . the publication of. the articles of Incorporation having been '.filed recently. : .: ' ' ' REDMOND'S HERE . , TUESDAY - v - . NIGHT, Jessie Bushley's- most' prontmnced success, "The Bishop's Carriage, " will be the dramatic offering of the Ed. Redmond -- company at the Mesa opera house on Tuesday evening, April 20. The high class organiza tion has won unstinted praise during their four months' engagement in Phoenix and Mesa will be the first city to see them on their state tour. No ietter vehicle could have been chosen in dramatic form to exploit the talent of each individual player of the company than "In the Bishop's Carriage,"- an adaption of Miriam Michelson's well known' story of the same, name. While the engagement attend the opera, house show, this eve- hin, . "Her IJargain," an American society drama, is the two reeler. "AH Over the Biscuits," a comedy, and the Animated Weekly, are the other two reels. ,i i : j.- I LADIES" WHITE Canvas and New Buck Shoes. 11.50 $2.50, J3.00 and I3.S4 -a- HyOor's... , . . , . . It VISITTNG IN TEMPE Mrs. R, A. Brown of St. Louis and Mrs.- J. B. Ingram of Clendale are spending a few days in Tempe W the guests of Rev. N. A. and Mrs. Coxsej-. FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS at the Pioneer Meat Market .in Tempe, Today, phone 23 for your order. It RETURNED NORTH Mrs. R. H. H. Blome ' left Inst eve ning on her return trip to Flagstaff after a couple . weeks visit with her daughter, Mrs. W. ' N. Windes,' and withher son, Maurice Blome, at Douglas, .Ariiona. - LOST Small -gray -pony: - weight about 800 find black gelding, weight about 1200; reward. Return to Finch's Liven,', Tempe. tf DITCHER AN AMERICAN "One. of the atractions on the strets ' of Tempe yesterday in the absence olS ih usual stream of autos passing , "to and fro, was the big ditcher 'machine "trenching for the sewer -mftln on oForth Stret Cross ing Mill. Avenue at this important in ter-seclforf it "was quite an attraction al the day long. . will be but for one night in this city, Mr. Redmond will endeavor to give a complete production not alone artis tically but scenieally. It is the in tention of the organization to visit Mesa a number of times during the coming season and no doubt withthe prestige they have already won the venture will be crowned with success. Manager Menhennett has an at traction of unusual Interest for the patrons .of the Majestic this evening in the Roosevelt dam pictures which were taken yesterday by the camera fiends. The pictures will show the immense crowds, the water running over the spillways for the first time, the taking of motion pictures and a score of other interesting events. In connection with the celebration pic ture program there will be the re gular installment of the "Exploits of Elaine," which has been running for some time. Chandler News Notes At a meeting of the school board held Saturday and a second meeting held Monday evening a number of appointments of teachers were made, making the list so far filled as fol lows: L. H. McFadden, superinten dent; Merton Rice, assistant; Miss Margaret Melick, teacher in high school; Miss Beulah' Ware, Miss Iva Rogers, Mrs. E1na T: Mason, Miss Mabel Mulchay, Mrs. Lillian Gol lands. Miss Amy Hanson, Miss Caro in. Jlorgenson, Miss Beulah Austin, teachers in gramar and primary grades; A. T. Millett was appointed instructor of manual training. The teacher of domestic science and the teacher of music have not yet been appointed. The assignment of teachers to special grades will be made later. More than usual interesf has been taken in the appointment of teachers in the Chandler district this year as number of changes have beer. made, and the community h:us been divided as to just how radical these changes should be. When the new member of the board, Geo. II. Sturgeon, was elected this spring, his political platform in cluded, among other things, that he' favored hiring teachers who lived in that district. After his election a report became current in the district that he with the other members of the board favored the, discharge of all outside teachers, regardless of ef ficiency, to mnke places for local teachers. As a re.srlt a petition was circu lated and largely signed stating that tne petitioners, while favoring the filling of vacancies with Arizona teachers, did not endorse -the opin ion that teachers who ' were compe tent and trustworthy should be dis charged for the purpose of creating vacancies to be filled, by - . local teachers. ' The" petition was presented lo the board at a meeting Saturday by a committee of which Geo. R. John son was chairman. At the meeting of the board which followed the trustees retained five of the eight former teachers who were candidates for reappointment. The building Improvements on Washington street for the week in clude a new garage for G. T. Pea body. The work of making a park on the tract lying juKt west of the Snn Marcos is progressing steadily. , Dr. A. J. Chandler left for Los Anereles Sunday night to consult with his nr- chitects regarding the bungalows to be placed in the park and used in connection with the. hotel. John Calhoun purchased the house FairbankG-tYIorcc Enginco Bchieren'a Duxbak Beltinc. JLK1ZUHA MABDWAAJi BUPPY CO" i trd At, and Jackson "We Hare the Stock" PionH PHOENIX DIRECTORY Automobiles -Garages -Accessories Arizona Motor Company, Inc. QUICKC W. W. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agents. Garage and Salesrooms 313 North Central Avenue. Phone 1450 CAPITAL AUTO SUPPLY CO. FRANKLIN FORD Motor Car traoiLE MUTER CARBURETORS CONGRESS TIRES formerly the office of the Chandler Arizonan and moved it on his lot in the northeast part of town. Work of improving ' the Kyrene road from chandler west began Moff day under the .direction ; of Road Overseer Peterson.' Fourteen head of stock are being used. Men and teams are also at work on the ' new road that connects with the Florence high way south of Chandler. Eighteen v wrought iron culverts are being put in and considerable Fresno scraper work Is being done. GLENDALE GROWERS SEO SALESMAN EAST Having failed through commission men in placing their lettuce crop to their own advantage Glendale lettuce growers have . dispatched C. H. Gil bert to St. Louis to look after their product which has been' pronounced the finest ever seen on eastern mar kets. Another car " bt lettuce ' was loaded Saturday evening and Sun day Mr. ilbert left for ' the east. Other cars will follow if. the market remains as good as present quota tions. . , THE REVIVAL There were no services in the tabernacle Monday evening; as Rev. Burch always rests on Monday. The crowd in attendance Sunday evening was the largest yet recorded. Kvery available seat was occupied, while many stood. The evangelist's sermon was addressed particularly to young men, in which he made strong for fair play, for the body in his home. Sunday afternoon the Rainbow theater was packed with men and boys to hear Mr. Iturch's lecture to men only. H. T. Cartinel left yesterday with a party for the Roosevelt dam. Those making tho trip were Mrs. K. E. Jaik and house guests, and Miss MoElroy. The last meeting of the Parent Teachers' Association for this sen son will be held Friday afternoon at the High School. At this time new officers will be elected for the com ing year, and a short program given. Miss Wells mid other domestic s ien m pupils will give some demonstrations oi wnat nas neen accomplished in that department. The societies of the various churches will hold an all-day union meeting at the Woman's Club Thursday. o OUR FRIEND (In Memory of Hubbarc" Fuqua) x We cannot feel that you are gone. We tail to comprehend That years must now pass sadly on. Without your cheer, dear friend. It seems, as we Walk out eiich day, " With thoughts of you, the while, That we must hear your voice so gay. And meet your sunny smile. There's nothing left us in this life, In nature or in art, To compensate us for the loss - ' Of your kind, loving heart." Let a miracle for us be wrought. Bright spirit, gone before; Send back to us some loving thought To make our hearts less sore. " You need no monument, my friend. Impressive, grand. or tall;-' Tour simple epitaph should end; "We loved him. one and a 11.7 MARY E, BROWN. Parker, April S. 19 13. "f ; . Pullevs. Shaf tim?. Prnnm Tin AUTOMOBILES Everything for the automobile carried in stock FIRST AND . VAN BUREN STREETS MOTOR CARS. W. A. Horrell 521 K. fipntral Phnn 1993 Expert Service Men V , ACCESSORIES U. S. TIRES, OILS, GREASE Everything But the Auto 517 N. Central Ave. Phone" 1071 THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET TODAY GEO. HAGEMAN, Distributor for Arixona Corner Second and Adams Streets 5-Passenger, $5G5. Runabout, $515 EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agent 308-310 E. Adama St. Maricopa County Agent for Firestone Tlrea THOS. H. McKEVITT CO. ! " Car of the American Family. Fred L. Waugh Sales Manager. 25 N. 2nd St. Phene 1246. Both Are. Big Money Saver. The Best in the World SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR CO. 306 North Central Avsnue Huntsman-Hotchkiss . Overland Co. FEDERAL 227-229 North Center TIRES Phone 1916 t