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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, J915
PAGE SEVEN
1
Chiropodist
nilimpnDT. corns removed nain-
less and bloodless, 50c each; bunions,
moles, warts, etc.. removed. 39 East
Adams. Frank Shirley. Phone 1704. tf
Dressmaking
DRESSMAKING at home, will go
it by day. 13 K Ruchannan. gs
COMPETENT
L7
dressmaker
Phone
5k
I VK TEACH SEWING, bring your i
w terial. American College Dresjsmak- j
n. R"'m 12. Monihon B-ldg. tf I
1
Electrical Works
HAVE YOlR
eaned ami oiled,
hone 1717.
ELECTRIC FAN
Phoenix Cycle Co.
tf
Ford Specialists
OR I SPECIALIST, gasoline 17c
- , gal.: Penn. oil 4T,c gal. Phone 410.
arry Crcswell, Sth Ave and Wash
.iKton. 5-k
Furniture
(
REPAIRING of all kinds, promptly J
done in the best manner. We bring
your stuff in and deliver it free. Bar-lows-Fooshee
Fur. Co. tf
Hand Laundry
SANITARY HAND LAUNDRY,
washing and Ironing, all hand work;
each bundle washed separately. Pnone
3540, 02 v. Adams. tf
GRADUATE MESSAGE
SCIENTIFIC body and facial mes
sages. Credonia M. Hundley. 42" W.
Jefferson. 5-dn
Messenger Service
HASTY MESSENGER SERVICE
770 PARCEL DELIVERY 770
OPEN ALL NIGHT
tf
WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS
OF THE CITY BY RELIABLE
MESSENGER BOYS. RING 414. tf
Maternity
MATERNITY CASES
TAKFN IN Ql 1ET HOME by gradu
ate nurse. $15 per week. PHONE 24S1.
4-dg
Osteopath
DR. A. C. GRAVES Osteopathic
plisiiian and surgeon, over McKee's
1st Ave. and Adams St. Phone 1935. tf
Restaurant
EAT AT THE
COMMERCIAL CAFE
opm day and night. A restaurant
for ladies and gentlemen. We feature
quality and service.. 31 S. Central Ave.
tf
OARDEN CITY RESTAURANT
The best in Ea tablet!
21-23 East Adams St.
tf
AMERICAN KITCHEN
Regular Meals 35 cents
Short orders all night
S5-North Center St.
Tee Sing. Prop.
tf
Tractors & Cultivators
SEE THE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR
at Cleaveland ranch. It plants, culti
vates, mows ami rakes. I'rice $450 de
livered any Arizona R. R. station, in
cluding 2 cultivators. Agents wanted
through the utate. R. F. D. No. 5.
Phone 117P.4. tf
Transfer and Storage
PIANO AND FURNITURE MOVING.
AUTO TRANSFER CO.. 139 N. 1st
Ave. Phone 14S7. Night Phone 8494.
4-dk
LIGHTNING DEL TRANSFER CO.
Wo store or haul anything. Phone
E94 and 1126. 42 South Central. tf
LET YOU R" M OV E RE O U II MOV E
CHAMBERS TRANSFER CO. PHONE
1228. IS South Central Ave. tf
Undertaking and Embalming
TUB GEO. F MERRYMAN CO.
Kmhalmers and Funeral Directors. 124
N. Second Ave. Phone 651. tf
EASTERLING & WHITNEY Un
dertakers and Embalmers. 213 West
Washington St., Phoenix, Arizona, tf
MOIIX, DRISCOLL & MAUS Un
dertakers, embalmers and funeral di
rectors. 311 N. 1st Ave. tf
UNDERTAKERS Moore & Mclel
lan: lady assistant, auto, hearse. 329
West Adams St.. I 'hone COL tf
Upholstering and Cabinet
Work
WE HAVE ADDED -to our shop,
power cotton pickers; also have hair
pickers for mattress work. Work done
right anil cheap. Phone 1419, 28 South
4th Avenue. tf
Vegetable Fertilizer
COTTONSEED MEAL FERTILIZER
for cantaloupes, berries and garden
truck. Will not burn tender plartn.
Adopted to local soil, gets results.
Phoenix Cotton Oil Co. 7th and Grant.
Phone 3521. It
Veterinary Surgeons
DR. H. E. GERDES. veterinary, phy
nlcian, purgeoii, dentist. Phone 1452.
308 N. 1 Ave.
Vulcanizing
TIRE HOSPITAL OF PHOENIX
Vulean'slng and welding done
promptly and guaranteed. Out of town
work aoliclted. Arizona Vulcanizing
Works. 207 W. Washington. Phone 2.
Patronize the man who
thinks enough of his
stallion to advertise
him
CHALLON 65893, grey Percheron
stallion, wt. 1800, Manistee ranch, 1
mile N. E. of (llendate. I-oiiis Sands.
Phone Rural 204. 4-ga
DAN Standard bred shire and per
cheron stock, wt. 1700. A. J. Straw,
Glendale. 4-ga
FOR SALE YOUNG STALLIANS
Pedigreed PERCHERON S.. One to
four years old. Ira Reck, 1 miles W.
of Fair Grounds. Phone 10CR5. 4-dl
DIRECTLY 2:03; LOU KINNEY,
No. 4 7505. New State Corral.
ROBIN PRIDE, Reg. Clydsdale, wt.
2000. Alma Milk-It, 2 miles S. of Mesa.
4-dn
C. H. Rarklcy of cilendale Is standing
two fine stallions. KUROPATA and
BON VON JR. 4-dn
ARMTHORPE S192 imported English
shire, sired by the famous Englinh
stallion SOUTHGATE HONEST TOM,
seal brown, W. S. Doruiaii owner,
Stiingtown ranch, 2? miles S. W.
Mesa. L. F. Rueker. manager. 4-dn
RICKDAli DUKE, imported Eng
lish shire, dark bay, wt. 11)25. W. T.
Cummings, Tempe. 4-dr
MISSOURI CHIEF Reg. lack, 5 years
old. 11. Renaud, Alhambra. Phono
MJI. 4-dp
HACHEUR (7502) 443G2 IMPORT
ED Black Registered Percherun. E. E.
Jack, Grand Ave., bet. Glendale and
Phoenix. Phone 10SJ1, Glendale, no toll.
PRINCE ZOMBO, brown Reg Stallion
trial 2:1: 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., registered dark bay t;ot
ter I v .lames Otis dam Loe l'.lossom
by Lepule by Wilkes Boy, standing at
Fair Grounds. Mrs. L. M. Sehenck,
owner. 5-g
SYLVIO rcg. bik. I'crcheron, wt
20CU; BILLY BRATTON, bay trotter,
wt. l.H'i); DEL NORTE, I.Ik, running
horse, wt. ln.'.O; either horse $10 cash
for season. J. F. Lee. 115 E. Buchanan,
Phone 24'JS.
SI NO, black registered Percheron, 6
years old. weight 2oo, $15 to Insure.
Barth-tt -Heard Land and Cattle com
pany. Call t2 ask for 27 J4. .Joseph
Lovell, manager. tf
COLBERT, black imported French
Per heron Stallion, wt. 2100. P. T. Hur
ley, Buckeye Road. tf
MUGGINS C171C. bik. Percheron stal
lion, wt. 1900. ANDREW JACKSON
Mo. Jack. M. B. Brooks. Yuma Road.
tf
FOR SALE KENTUCKY JACK,
five years old, second premium at state
fair. Jack Evans. 31 S. 3rd St. tf
COLONEL RANDOLPH 497C2 chest,
sorrel trotter 2:22Vi as 2-year-old.
Klcinman's Livery Stable. Mesa.
Van Kirk's STALLIONS; also REG.
JACK. 1300 Block N. 1st St.. Phone
2770.
ORDINANCE NO. 41
An Ordinance establishing grades
and ac. opting plans for the improve
ment of First Avnue. between the
north line of Monroe Street and the
south line of Van Rurtn street.
Be it Ordained by the Commission
of the City of Phoenix, as follows:
Section 1. That the plans pre
pared by the City Engineer for tie
Improvement of First Avenue be
tween ihe North line of Monroe street
and the South line of Van Buren
street, and on file in the office of
the City F;nsinoer in Book Two f2)
jf Street Improvement Plans on Page
Eighty-seven (S7 ale hereby adopt
ed as the official plans for the im
provement of said street.
Thej grades shall he at the ele
vations shown on these plans the
width and location of the roadway
shall be as shown on these plans.
Section. 2. Duplicate copies of
these plans shall be filed with the
City Clerk and kept on file in his
office.
Section 3. All ordinances or parts
of ordinances in conflict with the
provisions of this ordinance are here
by repealed.
Section 4. Whereas, this ordinance
requires early operation in order to
improve the streets o( the City of
Phoenix, and to preserve the pub
lic peace, health anil safety of i
large number of residents of the
City, of Phoenix, an emergency is
hereby declared, and this ordinance
shall take effect and be in full force
from and after its passage and its
approval by the Mayor, and due pub
lication as by law required, and is
hereby exempt from the operation
of the referendum provision of the
Charter of the City of Phoenix.
P:Lssed by the Commission of the
City of Phoenix this :22nd day of
Apiil, HUb.
GEO. C YOUNG,
Mayor.
Attest:
FRANK THOMAS, City Clerk.
(Publish 10 Times)
PROPOSAL FOR TEXTBOOKS
Sealed proposals for textbooks for
the common schools of Arizona for
a period of five years, and for a
period of from one to five years will
be received at the office of the State
Department of Education until 12
o'clock noon of May 21st, 1913, and
will be opened immediately there
after. Proposals must lie directed to
C. O. Case, Secretary of the State
Board of Education, and be endorsed
"Proposals for Textbooks." A certi
fied check for $500.00 must accom
pany each bid.
Bids are invited for textbooks to
cover all the common school subjects,
viz: Reading, Spelling, Arithmetic.
Geography, Physiology, Language and
Grammar, History, Writing, Drawing,
Music Dictionary, Household Arts.
Manual Training, and Agriculture.
Sample copies of the books bid
upon must be filed with the State
Department of Education btfore bids
are opened.
Successful bidders will be required
to enter into contracts and give
bonds in sufficient amounts to in
demnify tlie State in case of any de
linquency. Bids must state a wholesale intro
ductory and exchange price on books
offered and all bidders must submit
bids under each of the following con
ditions of delivery:
(a A bid, naming price per book,
delivered, freight prepaid to any rail
road station in Arizona as directed
by properly authorized state officials
and consigned to County School Su
perintendents, shipments to be in
I'nits of not less than 100 pounds.
(b) A bid same as (a) F. O. B.
Phoenix
(c) A bid same as (a) F. O. B.
publisher's shipping points.
(d) A bid per book F. O. B. cars
at a central depot. Chicago. Books
to be packed and labelled as ordered
by properly authorized state officials.
The Board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids or parts of
bids.
C. O. Case
Secretary State Board of Education.
ORDINANCE NO. 10
AN ORDINANCE INCREASING THE
SALARY OF THE CITY ENGIN
EER AND PROVIDING THAT HE
SHALL FILE IMS OFFICIAL
BOND IN THE SUM OF $5,000.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COM
MISSION OF THE CITY OF PHOE
NIX, as follows:
Sec. l. . That the salary of the City
Engineer be, am! the same is hereby
increased from one thousand eight
hundred dollars per annum, as fixed
by Ordinance No. 1 (New Series) of
the City of Phoenix, to the sum of
Two Thousand Four Hundred Dollars
per annum, which said salary shall
be payable in equal semi-monthly in
stallments, and shall be in full com
pensation of and for any and all
duties and services pertaining to, or
to pertain to. said office, as well as
for ail duties and services which are
or shall be required of him by or
under lawful authority.
Sec. 2. The Citv Engineer, before
entering upon the performance of the
dutes of his office, shall make and
file his official bond, conditioned 'as
required by law, in the sum of Five
Thousand $.". 0u0) Dollars.
Sec. 3. This ordinance shall be in
full force and effect from and after
thirty days after its passage by the
Commission and approval by the
Mayor, and shall be published as re
quired by the City Charter.
PASSED by the Commission of the
City of Phoenix this 19th day of
April. 1915.
APPROVED this 19th day of April.
1915.
GEO. U. YOUNG.
Attest: Mayor.
FRANK THOMAS,
City Clerk.
CALL FOR BIDS
Sealed proposals will he
received
of Edu-
at the office of the Board
cation. (Monroe Street School Bulld-
;, in Phoenix, Arizona,) School Dis
trict No. 1. Maricopa Count v, until
four o'clock P. M.. Mav 5. 1915. and
hereafter considered for the paving
of a portion of McDowell Road be
tween the Center line of 5tl Street
and the East line of lot Thirteen
Block 20, Central Place; a portion of
Central Avenue between the center
line of Monroe Street and Van Bu
ren Street and a portion of 1st Ave
nue between the North line of Mon
roe Street anil the South line of
Van Buren Street, as ner plans and
pecifications on file in the office of
the City Engineer, City Hall, in
Phoenix. Arizona.
A certified check for 10 per cent
of the amount of the bid payable
to the Board of Education must "ac
company each proposal as a guaran
tee that the successful bidder will
enter into a contract for the comple
tion of said paving in accordance
with plans and specifications on file
in the office of the City Engineer.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids and to waive any infor
malities in any proposal.
Board of Education. Maricopa County
L. I). DAMERON. Trustee.
SIMS ELY. Trustee.
W. G. TOLLESON. Trustee.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that more
than six months has passed, and that
there i due and unpaid storage charg
es, on one ALFALFA MILL, in the
sum of $36.00. and that at 1,30 Pm. on
Saturday the 8th, day of May 1915, I
will sell at Public Auction for storage
charges, to the highest bidder for cash,
at my storehouse or place of business.
located at No. 22 and 21 East Sixth
Street, in the city of Tempe, Maricopa
county, State of Arizona, ONE ALFAL
FA MILL, made and manufactured by
the Kansas City Feed Co. Ltd. of Fort
Collins. Colorado. The above Mill will
be sold for ntorage charges, and all
expense incidental thereto.
E. H. SPAIN
Dated this 27th day of April 1915.
SOUTH SIDE NEWS
r... I , M.l RMn..
Tempe Correspondent, H. B.
W.C.T.U. PUTS
1 BUSY DAY
Yesterday's Sessions Devot
ed to Reports aiK1. Lec
tures (iood Speakers on
Pioraiu Close of Con
vention ToniaTit;
Yesterday was a day of reports and
addresses at the annual convention of
the Arizona Womans' Christian Tem
perance I'nion now in session in Tem
pe. possibly as many as thirty of the
leading temperance and prohibition
Workers of the state addressed the
body during the course or" the morning
and afternoon meetings and the pro
gram lor the day closed last evening
with a splendid lecture at the Baptist
church on "National Prohibition" by
Rev. Claude Jones.
The convention had its first formal
session yesteiday morning at ten
o'clock. Nearly fifty delegates, repre
senting all parts of Arizona, were in
attendance and each and every on
took an active interest in the meeting.
The address of welcome was given by
Mrs. Quinn of the local department,
and was appropriately responded to in
behalf of the visitors by Mrs. Benson
of Buckeye. Mrs. Imogene La Chance
nf Phoenix, president of the state un
ion, gave the annual address, touching
upon the progress of the organization
during Its past year, what it has ac
complished, what proposes to ac
complish in the future, and many other
points of vital interest to the members.
The banner, annually presented to the
department securing the largest num
ber of new members during the year,
was awarded to the Phoenix div'nion.
Much of Ihe time in the afternoon
cssion was devi.teij to addresses. Dr.
olui Wix Thomas, state chairman of
the prohibition party; Colonel Mc-
'linto.k of Phoenix: A. R. Buckner.
superintendent of the temperance fen
eration of Arizona; Mrs. May I!. Stew
art, a visiting delegate from Alabama:
and Mrs. Frances Munds of The
Arizona state legislature, were inter
esting speakers during the course of
the afternoon. Temperance was treat
ed from many lights by the vnriois
speakers anil every one brought a mes
sage that was worth bearing. Mrs.
Stewart, who is here from Birmingham,
Alabama, conveyed greetings to the
Arizona onion from the union of her
home state. Mrs. Munds told of wo
man suffrage and in her short spicy
talk gave a general review of what suf
frage hni done for Arizona since it first
gained footway.
The lecture on "National Prohibition"
last night was attended by a large
representation of Tempe people and the
visiting delegates. Rev. Jones was in
teresting and talked to one of the same
appreciative audiences as always greet
ed him duriner the recent evangelistic
services he conducted In Tempe.
The best has been saved for the la.ct
and the program for today, the close of
the convention, holds much in store.
The convention will be called to order
at ten o'clock and the most of the time
this forenoon will be given over to the
hearing of reports. Several papers will
be
read and at 11:4s the annual mo-
morial service will he conducted la-
Miss Lulu Clifton. The business of
the union will be closed up at this af
ternoon' session, officers will be elect
ed, the last reports heard and the other
odds and ends given attention before
the convention adjourns until April
111 C.
The visiting delegates and public of
Tempe will be entertained at the nor
mal auditorium this evenin" under the
auspices of the W. C. T. T. by Mrs.
Grady Gammape in a literary recital.
She will give "Harold, the Last of the
Saxon Kings", and two scenes from he
Passion pla at Oherammcrgau. Sev
eral musical numbers are also included
on the program.
FIRST CONCERT TONIGHT
Sunday afternoon band concerts are
no mor; in their place come the Fri
day night concerts with the ooener
scheduled for the plaza this evening.
The hand has nut in a most successful
winter with Its mid afternoon pro-
grama on the Sabbath, and there is
every reason to believe that concerts
of the even'ng time will prove as pop
ular if not more so. Friday night has
been settled on for the weekly program
and the series will be opened this eve
ning with i- me of the best music the
band has played in several weeks. One
niece in particular, "The Trombone
Sneeze." by Oviedo, Spangler and
Finch", is said to be splendid and one
that all will do well to hear. The con
cert will be given on the town Plaza,
commencing at eight o'clock. This is
the program:
March "The Panqueters" Holmes
Overture "Sigala" Miller
Waltz "Falle Extase" Milok
Overture "Troubondor" Meyers
Comic rag "The Trombone Sneeze"
Docker
Overture "Mountain Echoes".. Dalbey
Mnr'h "Three Rings"
Waltz "Moonlight and Roses"
Wainwright
dyle "Drnee of the Maids". .. ,Isey
March "'Spirit of Independence"
"Star Spangled Banner"
FREIGHT AGENT HF.RF
Traveling Freight Agent Sparks, for
the Arizona Eastern was in Tempe yes
I I
I TEMPE NEWS NOTES
4- i
HORACE B. GRIFFEN, JR., GENERAL SOUTHSIDE AGENT
Refer to him Subscription Orders Stops, Changes, as well as all Busi
ness regarding Advertising and Job Printing
-nrtjDcr nrcir.P MESA OFFICE
Phone 53. With Everybody's Drug Store,
Griffen, Jr.
BUSINESS OPPOR
TUNITIES IN
' TEMPE, ARIZ.
$10 REWARD
For tlie name and ad
dress of: any person who
will establish a new bus
iness in Tempe, Ariz.
W. J. Kingsbury
iX BIG REELS
Tonight at
Goodwin Opera House
Tempe
15c and 25c
"The Man Who Came Back"
Of interest to M. W. A. members
MESA NEWS NOTES
DEPOPULATING THE
STATE OF ARKANSAS
Should the Mesa Commercial club
ever decide to give iron crosses to
the individual bringing the most bona
! fide residents from eastern or nor
I l hern states to Arizona, W. C. Grace,
' formerly of Dardanelles, Arkansas,
S but now of Mesa, will be placed in
j possession of a due bill entitling him
tu a i'Uple of gross. Insofar as reai
j result getting is concerned Mr. Grace
J has all other contestants backed off
j the boards.
! His latest addition was that of yes
! terday wilen J. K. George, a stock-
man of Dardanelles, Arkansas, and
! his daughter Mildred arrived expect-
ii g to make Mesa their home. They
arrived in a rainstorm and while tlie
J valley was behaving herself most
lawfully rude, but Mr. Grace ex
j plained to his friends that it was
only a spell of weather and that it
would soon pass away and that there
would be a stretch of sunshine that
would make them forget that su h
a place as Arkansas ever existed.
Anil, what is more, they put every
confidence in what was told to them
about the weather and contented
themselves with watching it rain.
Mr. Grace has brought no less than
tuo or three dozen people here from
his home town. He does it by letter
writing. However he went back home
last year and spread the gospel of
the Salt River valley pretty generally
over a good portion of Arkansas. If
there was any place he did not reach
it was because it was on a hillside
and a little too steep for him to
climb. At any way he contends that
l.e is hringing onlv the best people
out here and that within a few years
he will have enough here from Dar
danelles alone to have a life
reunion.
sized
VOTING FOR QUEEN
The voting for "Queen of the
continues with much interest.
May"
The
voting yesterday did not disclose any
surprise's hut when the contest closes
tonight it is expected that there will
be some surprises. It is said that
one contestant still somewhat below
the higher ones wil develop consid
erable strength when the count is
made tonight. The vote yesterday
was Miss Rachel Brimhall, 700; Mrs.
Nora Dingle, 600; Miss Erma Vance.
357. "including the several contestants
with less number of votes.
Judge Kingsbury was called to the
Dobson ranch shortly before noon
yesterday to sit as coroner in an in
quest over the remains of a twelve
days' old Mexican babe named Jua
nita Achobo. Death had resulted
very suddenly from stomach ailment
before a doctor could be summoned
to the bedside.
Jack McFarland, who is doing dev-
i elopment
work on the Oversight
group of claims directly soutn oi tne
Mammoth mine at Goldfield, arrived
in Mesa yesterday suffering with a
severe cold. He reports that thh
work is progressing very satisfac
torily. The traffic on the Roosevelt
road is very heavy at this time, a
large number of fishermen going to I
Roosevelt lake every Saturday and
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Drew arc the
parents of a son born to them April
22 at the h ime of Mrs. Drew's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hill, south
east of Mesa. According to Mr.
Drew, he and Miss Edna Pearl Hill
vere married something over a year
ago. They have succeeded in keeping
their nuptials a secret until the past
few. riavs.
terday afternoon lining up some ship
ments for the near future.
The May social, the last meeting for
the year of the local Woman's club, will
be held tomorrow afternoon from three
to six at the Olive Hotel. The program
will be presented by the sociaH and
entertainment committees. Members
ar being asked to dress, or wear some
thing to represent a book.
Phone 6 or
55
Mesa Correspondent Chas. F. Jones
GLENDALE
GLHLEi M PARTY
NOT TO TAKE PLACE
Festivities Arranged for May Day to be
Postponed for a While Owing to
Other Attractions
GI.ENDADE, ApiTl 29. The May
party to have been given by the ladies
of the Parent Teachers' association lias
been postponed. Many plans had been
laid for a big entertainment, but the
continuance of the revival meeting;
and the bad weather mitigated against
the holding of the festivities.
PIANO RECITAL
Misri Kthel Orth's music pupils gave
their fourth recital at her home on
Northern avenue Saturday afternoon.
Shoit biographies wi re read of the dif
ferent composers studied. Several
descriptive selections were rendered,
accompanied by the natations.
REVIVAL CONTINUES
Evangelist Iturch had intended to
close the revival meetings Sunday
night, but owing to the great interest
manifested he has continued until this
evening and may continue the balance
of the week. Sunday night there were
62 confessions.
WANTS ARIZONA OSTRICHES
Rudolph Kuchler of the Czona ranch
has a letter from J. A. Stimson of op
tion, I'lah, who wants to purchase
some Salt River Valley ortriches.
The ' "lern l'i" contest instituted by
the Washington Woman's club is
showing iti-i effect about the home
grounds of that community, where
vines, flowers and rose gardens are
seen in great profusion.
All teachers of tlie Glendale public
school have been retained for another
term with the exception of Miss Ricks,
who will not teach next year.
Ceorge Sutton of tile Washington
district returned homo Sunday from the
I'nnersitv of Nebiasku, where he had
been studying the pat year.
C. C. Brooks left yesterday for Losin,0 successful bidder in ...,t...- o,i..
Angeles
with the
on
Wi
a I'll:
stern
;im s trip connected
Sugar tv Land com-
par.'.".
Miss Stella Stannard of Phoenix
spent the week end at the home of her
aunt. Mrs. J. Stannard, on Northern
avenue.
W. O. Perkins was in Flagstaff Mon
day on l.'usir, ess.
Mrs. K. G. Deulder and daughter,
Mary, formerly of the Washington dis
trict, but now of Phoenix, spent the 1
week-end with friends in their old
home neighborhood.
Mrs. Rudolph Kuchler of T'zona
ranch was the guest of Phoenix friends
Monday
Miss Mabel Mackinson of Glendale
avenue is undergoing an operation at
the Sister's hospital in Phoenix. Miss
McKlroy of Olendale'has been retained
a special nurse.
The Glendale Men's club will hold
its regular meeting nevt Monday even-
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Automobiles - Garages -Accessories
Arizona Motor
Company, Inc.
BUICK
W. W. CATLIN COMPANY, Stite Agents.
Garage and Salesrooms
:U.. North Central Avenue. Plume 1 1."0
CAPITAL
AUTO SUPPLY CO.
517
FRANKLIN
FORD Motor Car
HUPMOBILE
THOS.
Car of
Fred
25 N.
MASTER CARBURETORS
CONGRESS TIRES
iug in Ireland hall, when President II.
M. Kenneiiiore of the Phoenix cham
ber of commerce. President Rudolph
Kuchler of the Karmcts" Kducational
and Co-operative Mercantile I'nion,
and Dave Goldberg of the Phoenix
Merchants and Manufacturers' Asso
ciation will be guests. Kach of these
gentlemen will give short addresses
on progressive topics ol special in
terest to everyone. The entertainment
committee is busy fixing something
good for this occasion.
Miss Kthel Orth and Miss Grace
Grisvvold are visiting in Phoenix.
Ray Staufler. who has lieeh un
filled to his room for several (bus villi
the grip, is again at his place of busi
ness, where he is making some iui
poitant improvements on the interior
of his store.
Sine Bros, are remodelling a portion
of the interior of their storeroom in
order to provide sufficient room for
their growing business.
The Parent Teachers' meeting sched
uled for Saturday evening at the HiKli
school has heen postponed one week.
A large numher of boys ard girls
enjoyed a lawn party at the home
! of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lawliead, Mon
day evening.
The tent meetings will be continued
until Sunday night owing to the in
tense interest manifested. To date,
there have heen about confessions.
CALL FOR BIDS
Sealed proposals will be received
at the office of the City Clerk, City
Pall, Phoenix, Aiizona, until four
o'clock P. M ., April ;, l'tl 5, f-r
the installation of a Sanitary Sewer
specifications on file in the office of
Phoenix.
A certified check for T, per cent of
the amount of the hid pavahle to
the City of Phoenix must accompany
each pioposal a-s a guarantee that tlie
successful bidder will enter in a con
tract for the (-omplet ion of said sew
ers in accordance with the plans and
speifiations on file in the offire of
the city engineer.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids arid to waive any infor
malities in any proposal.
Robert A. Craig,
City Manager.
o
CALL FOR BIDS
Sealed prnpos
at the office of
Hall, Phoenix,
Is will
the City
Arizona,
be received
chii;, city
until four
o'clock P. M. Wednesday, May nth,
1!M", and thereafter considered, for
the (laving of a portion of st Ave
nut, between the North -line of Mon
roe Street and the South line of Van
jiiuren Street, as per plans and speci
jfications on file in the office of the
jcity Engineer.
J A certified check lor ID per cent of
the amount of the bid payable, to
i the 'icy of Phoenix must accompany
teach nroiiosal as a p-nai a ol ee llial
a
contract for the completion of said
paving m aci i
nice with tlie plans
and specifications on file in the of
fice of the City Engineer.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids and to waive any infor
malities in any proposal.
ROBERT .A. CRAIG,
City Manager.
THE ANNUAL MEETING
of the STOCKHOLDERS? of the CAP -NEY
MINING COMPANY will he held
at city hall at Ray. Arizona on Wed
nesday May nth, 1H1".. For the purpose
of electing a new board of directors
and the transaction of such other busi
ness as may come up before the stock
holders on that date.
P. M. WARD,
Secretary Carney Mining Companj
J. M. BAKER,
Secretary Pro tem.
AUTOMOBILES Everything for the
automobile carried in stock
FIRST AND VAN BUREN STREETS
MOTOR CARS. W. A. Horrell
521 N. Central. Phone 1223
Expert Service Men
ACCESSORIES
U. S. TIRES, OILS, GREASE
Everything But the Auto
N. Central Ave. Phono
1071
THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET
TODAY
GEO. HAGEM AN, Distributor for Arizona
Corner Second and Adams Streets
5-Passenger, $565. Runabout, $515
EDWARD RUDOLPH, Aoent
308-31Q E. Adams St.
Maricopa County Agent for Firestone
Tires
H. McKEVITT CO.
the American Family.
L. Wajjgh Sales Manager.
2nd St. Phone 1246.
Both Are Big Money Savers.
The Best in the World
SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR
306 North Central Avenue
CO.
Huntsman-Hotchkiss
Overland Co.
227-229 North Center
Phone 1916
FEDERAL
TIRES

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