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THE ARTZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY in, J 915
PACE NINE
Maternity
MATKRX1TT CASES
TAKEN IX QCIKT HOME by gradu
ate nurse. ti5 pit week. PHONE 2481. I
4-dgl
CHICAGO WOMAN IS
BRUTALLY MURDERED
Messenger Service
HASTY SI KSSKXOKR SERVICE
TTU-I'AKCKL DELIVERY 770
Ol'KN Al-L- NIGHT
tf
' V i; nKlTTvEU To alZ parts
OF the city ut reliable
MESSKXO.ER P.OYS. RING 414. tf
Osteopath
PR. A. C. .'IKAVK.S- Osteitpathic
rhsieinn and surgeon, over JlcKef's
1st Ave. and Adams St. Phone 1935. tf
Restaurant
FAT AT THE !
COMMERCIAL CAFE i
Open day ami night. A restaurant !
for ladies and gentlemen. We feature'
quality and service.. 31 S. Centra! Ave.
tf
GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT
The best in Eatables
21-23 East Adams St.
tf
AMERICAN KITCHEN
Regular Meals 33 cents
Short orders all night
33-North Center St.
Tee Sing-. Prop.
tf
Typewriters
t'NDKIUVi "Ml TYPEWRITERS
i .;!. . !i::nfrod, rented, repaired, new,
i. iilt. i "nii. ruoii.l Typewriter Co.
1 lv North
oral Ave.
6-k
Tractors & Cultivators
SKI-: Til'-: FXIVERSAL TRACTOR
:-t ";. i el in.l ranch. It plants, culti
vates, niov.s iind rakes. I'rice $430 de
liver' 1 any Arizona R. R. station, in
chui.ng J ct;iti ators. Aeer:is wanted
Hie ttate. R. i D. No. 5.
r-iu.r.e i irr: i. tf
Transfer and Storage
PIANO AND FURNITURE MOVING.
Al'TO TRANSFER CO., 13J N. 1st
Ave. Fl'.cr.o 14S7. Night Phone S-494.
4-dk
Ll .111 T.N! SO DEL TRANSFER CO.
We sure or haul anything. Phone
T34 and H-'6. 4? South Central. tf
f Jp.ty f " iT i o V iZ" i TfTi c n move
HAMPERS TRANSFER CO. PHONE
I---. l- South Central Ave. tf
Mrs. John Coppersmith and her son.
Urholst'snuff and Cabinet
Work
Wi: HAVE ADDI'.D tii our shop,
power cotton picker?; a'.so have hair
pickers fur mattress work. Work done
l isht uiiii cheap. Phone 1419, 28 South
4th Avenue. tf
Veterinary Surgeons
DR. 11. K. CKIIDKS, veterinary, phy
sician, surgeon, dentist. Phone 143::.
?JS N. 1 Ave. 4-gs
Urr.brelhs
I or '";i.r li tarasol covering and
;eo. S. .' V:in Haretl. -'-'4 Kan
Adams. fi-1'1
Undertaking; and Embalming
THE GEO. V MERR Y.MAN CO.
Kmhalmcrs and Funeral Directors. 124
N. Second Ave. Phone 631. tf
EASTERI.IXG & WHITNEY L'n
dort.ikeis and Emhalmers. 213 West
Washington St., Fhoeiiix. Arizona, tf
lvT7iNTiRisc lT& maus in-
der'akerK, embalmers and funeral di-
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
Of the County of . Maricopa, State
of Arizona
In. the Matter of the Estate of ANNA
II. DENNIS Deceased. NOTICE OF
SALE .F REAL. AND PERSONAL
PROPERTY At PIVIVATK SALE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That
Jn misuanco of an order of the Super
ior Court of "the Coin ty of Maricopa-.
-Mate of Arizona, made on 1st day of
Slav l'.'l" in t!ie matter of the estate
of Anin n. Dennis deceased, the uniler--ignoil
. the Administrator of said Es
tate will rell at PRIVATE SALE, to
the highest balder, either in one, or
separate parcels subject to confirma
tion bv s;.id Superior Court, on or after
Saturday, II13 29th day of May 1913, :
0Vlo k at .All belt; to be
submitted IN WRITING to John M.
Dennis. A -minislrator at 630 North
Sixth Avenue ."n the City of Phoenix in
the said ' ainty of Maricopa. State of
Arizona, the following described real
property, . - v. : t : Lot 2S Block G.
Planks Ad.iitinTi t.i the city of Phoenix;
Lot J4. Kb ek G. Planks Addition to the
city of Pho-nix, all situate in Maricopa
County St-'tc of Arizona.
Also the ioilonin.-' described personal
property, t wit: All of the furnishings
aiil H jus"1(,1,i (iood;: in the Ivon Hotel
or Rooming-house located on Lot 2i
rio.:c t; .'"'ianl-.s Addition to said city
of pliocni" Ar:7ona.
Venus of .'ah': If told in one parcel,
I'iily (3iV,'. ' per cent CASH and bal
ance lr.a v he in Fankable paper payable
1J months from date of sale. If sold in
separate 1 .-.reels. TERMS CASH.
JofiX M. DENNIS.
Administrator of the Estate of Anna H.
Dennis. Deceased.
Dated May i-ih, UU3.
aRCPOSAL FOR TEXTBOOKS
rectors. "11 N. 1st Ave.
tf
UNDERTAKERS Moore & Mclei
lan: lady assistant, auto hearse. 329
West Adams St.. I hone 601. tf
Vulcanizing
TIRE HOSPITAL OF PHOENIX
Vulcarrzir.s and welding done
promptly and guaranteed. Out of town
work solicited. Arizona Vulcanizing
Works. 2f7 W. Washington. Phone 626.
Patronize the man who
thinks enough of his
stallion to advertise
him
DIRECTLY 2:04; LOU KINNEY,
No. 47363. New State Corral.
SYLV'IO refr. blk. Percheron, w't.
20o0; EILLY BRATTON, bay trotter,
wt. 1300; DEL NORTE, blk. running
horse, wt. 1030; either hors J10 cash
for season. J. F. Lee, 115 E. Buchanan,
Phono 2438.
SI NO, black registered Percheron. 6
years old, weight 2000, 13 to Insure.
Rartlett-lleard Iand and Cattle com
Iny. Call 92 ask for 27J4. Joseph
l.ovell. manager. tf
COLBERT, black imported French
rcrcheron stallion, L 2100. P. T. Hur
ley, Buckeye Road. tf
MUGGINS 61716, b'.k. Pert-heron stal
lion, wt. R'OO. ANDREW JACKSON.
Mo. Jack. M. D. Brooks, Yuma Road.
tf
Van Kirk s STALLIONS; also REG.
JACK. 1300 Block N. 1st SU Phone
2710.
Sealc proposals for textbooks for
the common schools of Arizona for
a period of five years, and for a
period of from one 10 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 be directed .to
C. O. Case. Secretary of the State
Hoard of Education, and be endorsed
"Proposals for Text books." A certi
fied check for $300.00 iust accom
pany each bid. .
Bids are invited for textbooks to
cover all the common school subjects,
via: Reading. Spelling, Arithmetic.
Geofrraphy, Physiology, Language and
Grammar, History, Writing. Drawing,
Music Dictionary, Household "Arts.
Manual Training, and Agriculture.
Sample copies of the books bid
upon must oe filed with the State
Department of Education btfore bids
are opened.
Successful bidders will be required
to enter into contracts and give
bonds in sufficif-nt amounts to In
demnify the 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 official
and consigned to .County School Su
perintendents, shipments to be In
units of not less than 100 pounds.
(b) A hid same as (a) F. O. B.
Phoenix
(O 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 parked 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.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Bids are asked for on the con
struction of a railroad Thirty-Eight
miles in leneth from the railroad
at Giia Bead south to a point near
A.io. All bids to be in . the office
of the General Manager, Mr. John
C. Greoriway, at Warren, by noon,
Jane tilth.
Plans, profiles and specifications
:. n be bad by applying to R- H
Jones. Chief Engineer. Gila Bend. Ari
zona, on ind after May 24th. 1913.
The right is reserved to reject any
and all bids.
SOUTH SIDE NEWS
HORACE B. GRIFFEN, JR, GENERAL SOUTHSIDE AGENT
Refer to him Subscription Orders Stops, Changes, ,3s well as all Busi
ness regarding Advertising and Job Printing
. TEMPE OFFICE MESA OFFICE
Casa Loma Hotel Bldg., Phone 53. With Everybody's Drug Store, Phone 6 or 55
Tempe Correspondent, H. B. Griffen, Jr. Mesa Correspondent Chas. F. Jones
TEMPE NEWS NOTES j
i li
$ . ,
COMMENCEMENT WEEK
AT THE TEMPE HIGH
Junior Reception Tonight Heads Pro
gram Biccalaureate Address To
morrow Night By Rev. Fisk
Commencement week at Tempo high
school opera this evening with the an
nual junior class reception, and fol
lowing it during the course of the coni
ng week aie three other none the less
important events. Tomorrow evening
is tne baccalaureate address by the
Rev. Wilbur Fisk; on Friday evening is
the senior play, and on the following
oght is th.it one great occasion of them
all. the commencement exercises.
Elaborate plans have been laid for
thi., evening's reception to the depart
ing seniors. The affair will be given
in the high school and the hosts are
sparing no efforts to make the occasion
i. memorable one.
The baccalaurei.te service will be held
in the high school auditorium tomor
row evening commencing at eight
o'clock. S rvices at the churches in
town have been .suspended in favor of
this annual program and baccalaureate
address.
The senior play on Friday niaht is
au item of commencement week that
is at tractiffi quite a little attention. The
cast has been carefully chosen and a
splendid production is looked for.
The wefk clones with the senior
class program on Saturday evening, a
week from tonight. This evynl will be
held m the hiih school auditorium.
For Rent
Pool room, confectionery
store, restaurant. All
fully furnished
W. J. Kingsbury,
Tempo, Ariz.
i MESA NEWS NOTES
BOOSTER CAMPAIGN IS
PLANNED BY THE CLUB
COUNCIL DOINGS
Tempe' s common council enjoyed one
of the r al old time busy sessions.
Thursday evening, and cared for quite
a quantity of business that has ac
cumulated within the month past. The
usual expense accounts; for April were
audited and ordered paid. Various
Plans for the ruichase of si wer pipe to
make the connections from the mains
to propertv. were discussed. Engin.H-r
Knipe furnished considerable data on
the proposition, and estimated that
there ;,re probably 123 street and 230
alley connections to be mudv. Whether
the council will oversee thits division
of the work has not been decided. Sev
eral prices on pipe and material were
considered but no action was taken.
Another important item was the spe
cial assessment for the sewer system,
and after riving the matter a" thor
ough airin.r, the alderm. n settled upon
the evening of May 24. as a time to
hear any complaints against the pro
pi i-ed assessment. Property is being
taxed at tie rate of three and eighty
two ono-hundredths mills per square
foot.
ANYTHING in the veal line; also
some nice fat fryers, on sale today at
fie Pioneer Meat Market, Tempe.
Phone 23. Adv. 1 1
THE MEN ENTERTAIN
One of :he quite unique and pleas
ant social affairs enjoyed this year by
the membership of the Methodist
church, w :s the dinner served Thurs
day evening by the men. There were
probably as many as a hundred pres
ent to enjoy the splendid menu and
goo(l time shown by the hosttt who ac
quitted themselves most pleasingly. A
brief business session nfter the dinner
made the occasion even more memor
able, for by popular subscription, the
last dollar of the fund necessary for
the coi-Ntrcction of a handsome new
church building wc.s raised and the
membership is now free from any in
debtedness incurred in the erection of
the new eo'fiee.
i ATHING SUITS In stock for man,
woman or child, at Hyder Bros., Tempe.
Adv. It
LAST LECTURE NUMBER
One moro number on the lecture and
entertainment course on Monday eve
ning Slav 24. will close one of the best
ses
UCwUi
quickly yield to
5
Resin!
IF you have eczema, i'n;."Avorm
or other iichintr, L-.'.riiinjr, tui
sijThtly skin-cn-.i-tior., try Kcsinol
Ointment and Resinol Soap and
sec how qtiiclxly the itcliir.f steps
and the trouble tiir.appcars, even
in a severe, stubborn case. Kes
inol Ointment is aUo an excellent
household remedy for pimples,
dandruff, sores, burns, wounds,
dialing's, and for a score of other
usis where a siK.thin, healing
application is needed.
K-"inc-l cnn'jlln n.'thinff of a Mrr-h or
injurious future anrl mi be us'i freely even
en tl'.e ttn.'ierest "T riitjst irriuted Rurtace.
Kvery druuuist m;lls Krsinel Ointment and
Ker.ino! Snap. i'"T trial fre, write to Dept.
27-S, Kesinol, Baltimore, Sid.
Tht' 10th Kpisodc of
THE MASTER KEY
T!i,r
And
Dflndv
Ot'icr
Keels
TONIGHT
at the
GOODWIN OPERA
HOUSE
Teni,c
Vdmission, lOe ;iiid l.'e
horse finally dashed north to SIc
Douald street overturning a buggy
standing on the e-ist side of McDon
ald. Sirs. Webber suffered from the
nervous shock, but was otherwise un
injured. Several score of people were
attracted by the accident, it being
thought at first that the woman had
been seriously injured.
ing the debate,
announced by pre
the close of the
evening.
The meeting was
;ident l.esueur at
debate Thursday
DEBATER LEAVES
W. G. Roberts, who represented
the Church of Christ in the recent
debate left Slesa yesterday for his
home in Illinois.
FAVORABLY IMPRESSED WITH
F.SA
Sam 15. Stoy, General Slanager of
the Pacific coast states division of
the Eondon-Eanehaschiie Fire In
surance company together with J. P.
Yates, Superintendent of Agencies of
the same concern, were Slesa visitors
yesterday. It was the first visit
made to Arizona by Sir. Stoy, and
his words of praise were many. lie
expressed surprise at the general con
ditions existing Here and prophociod
a splendid business future for Slesa.
There was n girl in our town
And she was wonderous vain:
he always wore silk stockings
when
She thought 'twas going to rain.
Springfield Union.
-o-
Two distinct avenues whereby a.
onsiderable amount of splendid J
boosting can be secured for Mesa was .
brought out at a regular meeting of'
the Slesa, Commercial club held
Thursday evening. One was through
the Two Hoyts who will leave here
within a few days for a tour of
the I'nited States which has previ
ously been mentioned in these col
umns; the other is through the Moose
Burro train boosters under the di
rection of George oltz who is
route to Slooseheurt, Indiana,
later louring party is to be
warded a number of views of
Slesa. section and the proposed
of the sanitorium together with
- MASONS CONFER DEGREES
K. A. P. Eiddicoat was given the
third degree in STasonr Thursday
i veiling and R. H. AIcKibben was
given the second degree last night.
Beware of the man who says that he
Can make you rich ere long.
And chooses yon to wealthy be
From all the human throng.
Birmingham Age-1 lerabl.
KEEPS PUTTING 'EM UP
"I won't bet with you." said the
hakf r; "you havn't the dough."
"Oh, I guess I can put up the
! stakes." replied the butcher. New
i York Times.
fill
The for-
tho
site
lit-
seasons the patrons and committee
have yet enjoyed. As many as ten
numbers ere given this year on the
course, three in excess of any year
on ions and three even above the ser
ies the committee guaranteed at "the.
opening of the season. The Phoenix
Symphony orchestra lias been engaged
for this last number, and under the
circumstances that it. is in its entirety
an instrumental concert, there will Vie
something to please every patron. Both j
Mis, Alice Redev.ill, piano soloist and
Dwight Defty, cello soloist, are incnd-i
i il in the personnel of the orchestra. I
A FIVE REEL PROGRAM
The regular Saturday night features
are here for this evening's movies at
the opera house. The tenth episode of
the .Master Key series, ij the chief
event of the e' ening. Another two reel
feature is a drama. "Kate Waters of
the Secret Service.'' The Ions single
reel is a Slax Asher rural comedy
"Well-Well."
e rat "are of the Slesa and Phoenix
section of the valley.
; It was brought out at the club to
I night that Mesa would give ail
! amount equal to that given Phoenix
: by the Board of Supervisors for the
1 holding of a summer county fair at
this place during the carlv part of
July.
; The Commercial club membership
was appointed on the reception com
, mittee for the SV. O. SV. special train
i whicn ivill arrive here next Thursday
j evening at S o'clock.
I It whs brought out that the jitney
j busses were dividing up the bus
1 iness to such an extent between
Phoenix and Globe that the large
cars would have to discontinue. Af-
t r considerable discussion it was
j decided to leave the matter with the
ei poration commission relative t
.require the jitneys to provide bonds
, for saf.-ly carrying passengers th
same .-is that required by railroads
' and other common carriers.
WANTED Ten or tw.lve
weight li)" to ljf, pounds.
-Market. Tempo. Adv.
shoats:
Pioneer
bra
BACK FR-M THE MINES
SI. SI. osiii rne, foreman of the Pacific
Creamery own'-any warehouse, re
turned Thursday evening from a short
business trip to Ray, Arizona.
THRESHER TO QUEEN CREEK !
ne of the J. I. Case thresjiing out
fits, the tractor, svpaiator and '
sundry equipment, was unloaded in the
Arizona Eastern yards here yesterday.;
jji.n Ingram is the purchaser. He is i
one of the prosperous ranchers anil ;
grain growers of the Queen Creek ,
country, and the new' threshing outfit
is now mailing wr.y under its own
power to that district w here it will lie
operated this ceason.
j DEATH OF PIONEER
Sirs.- Elen Daley wife of Phineas
Daley, residing north of the city died
I yesterday morning at her home, aged
! t!4 years, and will be buried from her
.home :'t in o'cloi k this mornng with
. srevices under the direction of a rep
resentative of the First Ward Bishop,
I I ishop Dana being absent with the
i several contestants who are in
i Thatcher this wetk. Elen E. oliver
, son was born in Franklin, Idaho iv.
j IS.". 1 and was married to Phineas
) Daley in Ink:;. six children were
i l orn to the union, four boys and two
' gills. The family removed to this
place in 1 vS7.
SPECIAL TRAIN FOR W. O. W.
The W. O. W. lodge is planning
for a big time at this place on Thurs-
day evening of -,i-xt week when a
1 cozen candidates are to be initiated
; The Phoenix and Gh'ndale lodges have
j. chartered a special train and it is
! assured that no Kss than 12..". mem
I hers of the order from the two
HOME FROM THE NORTH ;"ns will be here. Other members
-Miss Alio- Windes. one of the fac- ' ar'" cominS fr,jm Chandler. Temie
ulty members at the Northern Arizona ianJ "tht'r spctinf "r the valley. The
Normal school at r-lataff u,-vi,.i i oc-1 '""Ife 'ill meet the delegations
tlie valley yrsterday morning and will i
summer with her parents in Tempo.
f he Flagstaff normal has recently 1
closed after a most successful term of
. at
work, and ihe preliminary preparations
are now underway for the usual sum
mer school sessions.
the train and march in a body
to the hall. A banouet will be
held at the conclusion of the inhia
tory work. The train will arrive at
S o'clock in the evening.
WARSI WEATHER means swim
ming (Jet your bathing unit today at
Hyder's Tempe. Adv. It
A GUN MISSING
A Chinese tiuck gardener living on
the west if the city limits yesterday j
reported the theft of a single barrel
shot gun liom his home, to the police.
He says the gun was taken sometime
during the forenoon. The marshal be
lieves that there may be an attempt to
dispose of the gun and
reward has been offered for its return
TOGGERY THRESHING MACHINE
The Toggery, which . has been ad
ding departments from time to time
yesterday pucrhasing a J. I. Case
threshing machine through the com
pany agent T. I.. Pall for use on
the Toggery ranch of 360 acres south
east of Slesa. It is the intention of
the Toggery management to use the
machine in threshing the grain on the
ranch after which custom thresir.iig
will he done. The motive power
will be furnished by a gas tractor
which will also be used for plow-
reasonable i in wtlPn '.to.' used tor running the
tnresning macnine.
BROMIDIOMS OP
THE
BRIDGE
TABLE
(Willi .Skipping privileges to those
who are not auction fans. )
If I'm a little rusty at first, you'll
have to excuse me; I haven't touch
cd a card in six months."
"This is the first time I've played
in quite a while, but , it'll all come
back to me as soon as we get going."
"Ser there! I never have a finesse
go right for me."
"Well, I took a chance. If the
clubs had been divided I would have
made my contract and one over."
"Don't let's play the high spade
bids. It's just like telling your part
ner what you have."
"The playing is easy enough for
me, but I get contused about the bid
ding."
"Do you know, I don't think there's
nearly so much bridge played as
there used to be. people go out to
moving pictures these days instead !
of sitting at home and playing!
cards." I
"Have you played this new thing
nulios. or however you pronounce it?
The trouble with it is that just as
RETURNED HOME
Clarence Ice, who has been visiting
E. S. Anderson r. nd family for the
past few days, returned yesterday
to his home in Phoenix. Sir. Ice
recently recovered front a serious
siege of pneumonia.
WANTS ANOTHER BEAR
George Scott, who recently returned
from the mountains where he killed
one of the largest bear ever seen in
the state will shortly return when
he hopes to get another. Sir. Scot'.
states that he has, during his sum
mer residence in the mountains, pur
chased every known make of fire
arm and practices much in antici
pation of some tiijie killing a bear
but that when the time actually did
come that he had to go to a near
by house and borrow a gun with
which to perform the-act.
SERIES OF MEETINGS HAS BEEN
ANNOUNCED
It was announced at the close of
the debate on Thursijav evening bv
Moderator Poole, that Elder E. A.
Harper, for the Church of Christ,
would commence a. series of meetings
in Slesa on Sunday evening June (ith.
HAD HEARD HER
"Are vmi going to I hi- musical at
!'the Robinsons" tonight".'"
"I don't know. Are they going
j to have music, or is Josephine go
ing to sing'.'
MEETING AT TABERNACLE
A meeting which was largely at
tcnui d, was held iast night at the
tabernacle at which time President
Robinson made an address relative
to a number of issues raised dur-
LEGAL NOTICE
Phoenix. Arizona. S'ay sth. PH.".
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
receive bids for the deposit in Banks
of tho Slate of Ari.ona. a- a ci'vings
account fir ris savings accounts of
all ntoriies belonging to the City of
rhoenix, collected and held as pinking
funds, and being, at present, the sum
of about Thirty-Seven Thousand Dol
lars (.$:!T,000).
All bids f.l-.ail be in writing and
provide for the payment of not less
than 4' v interest per an!im upon
such sinking funds, and shall slate
the character and amount of security
to b" furnished therefor, and shall
be delivered at ray office in the City
Hall of Phoenix. Arizona, on or be
fore the lTth day of Slav, 191T,.
The right is resi rved to reject any
and all bids.
J. C. C. II. BOON.
t'itv Treasurer.
ViS8SrtI caver
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AUTOMOBILES Everything for the
automobile carried in stoclc
FIRST AND VAN BUREN STREETS
UNCONSCIONS FROM ACCIDENT
Wilson, the ten 1 year old son of
Mr. and Sirs. W. SV. Dobson, while
driving a light buggy along the
streets Thursday . evening collided
with another vehicle throwing the
lad out. He was taken to his home
west of the city limts. At first
it was believed that the lad was in
jured. However, later in the even
ing he became semi-oonseic.us and re
mained so throughout the night. Yes
terday morning he was apparently all
rig"ht and it is thought that he will
suffer nd further ill effects from the
accident.
BUICK
W. W. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agents.
Garage and Salesrooms
313 North Central Avenue. Phone 1450
MOTOR CARS. W. A. Horrell
521 N. Central. Phone 1223
Expert Service Men
CAPITAL
AUTO SUPPLY CO.
ACCESSORIES
U. S. TIRES, OILS, GREASE
Everything But the Auto
517 N. Central Ave. Phone 1071
FRANKLIN
THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET
TODAY
GEO. HAGEMAN, Distributor for Arnona
Corner Second and Adams Streets
EXCITING RUNAWAY
Sir. and Sirs. K. K. Webber, resid
ing on the Allen ranch east of town,
miraculously escaped serious injury
Thursday evening while, returning
from . the debate at the tabernacle
soon as you put it- into the gamew'hen the, horse tney were "nuns
nobody wants to play anything buti'"'came unmunagiible. They had just
nullo hands.' j left tho tabernacle and had stal led
o ? east when it " is supposed that the
animal became frightened at an auto
mobile. In attempting to check the
horse the bridal bit broke. The horse
dashed north, on Robson .street and
thence east on Slain through the bus
iness section, passing around numer
ous cars and other vehicles. Sir, and
Mrs. Webber remained in the buggy
us it swerved 'from side to side. The
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With increasing
laughed.
Because of
laughter;
Then he said:
be daught
1 an. sure
d.ni-jhter."
Ladies' Home Journal
his
that
amusement he
daughter's wild
"Though I seem to
my daughter is
FORD loior Car
5-Passenger, $565. Runabout, $515
EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agent
308-310 E. Adams St.
Maricopa County Agent for Firestone
Tires
MOBILE
THOS. H. McKEVITT CO.
Car of the American Family.
Fred L. Waugh Sales Manager.
25 N. 2nd St. Phone 1245.
MASTER CARBURETORS
CONGRESS TIRES
Both Are Big Money Savera.
The Best in the World
SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR CO.
306 North Central Avenue
Huntsman-Hotchkiss
Overland Co.
227-229 North Center'
Phone 1916
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TIRES

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