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THE ARIZONA' REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MOTiNTNG, JUSTE 21, 1015
PAGE SEVEN
Upholstering and Cabinet
Work
WE HAVE ADDED tq our shop,
power cotton pickers; also have hair
pickers for mattress work. Work done
right and cheap. Phone 1419, 28 South
4th Avenue. tf
Undertaking and Embalming
EASTEttLING & WHITNEY Un
dertakers and Embalmers. 213 West
Washington St., Phoenix, Arizona, tf
MOHX, DRISc6li7& MAUSTJn
dertakers, embalmers and funeral di
rectors, 311 N. 1st Ave. tf
UNDERTAKERS Moore & McLel
lan; lady assistant, auto hearse. 329
West Adams St.. Phone 601. tf
Vulcanizing
TIRE HOSPITAL. OF PHOENIX
Vulcan'zlng and welding done
promptly and guaranteed. Out of town
work solicited. Arizona Vulcanizing
Works. 207 W. Washington. Phone 626.
Patronixe the man who
thinks enough of his
itallion to advertise
him
DIRECTLY 2:03; LOU KINNEY,
No. 47065. New State CorraL
SYLVIO reg. blk. Percheron, w't
2000; BILLY BRATTON, bay trotter,
wt. 1300; DEL NORTE, blk. running
horse, wt. 10M; either horse J10 cash
for season. J. F. Lee. 115 E. Buchanan.
Phono 2498.
SI NO. black registered Percheron. t
years old. weight 2000, 315 to Jnsure.
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
Van Kirks STALLiO NS; also REG.
JACK. 1300 Block N. 1st St- Phone
2770
RESOLUTION NO. 119
A resolution of the Commission of the
City of PKeenix declaring their inten
tion to improve certain portions of
Adams and Monroe Streets and
Twelfth and Thirteenth Avenues, and
determining that bonds shall be issued
to represent the costs and expenses
thereof, and declaring the vork or im
provement to be of more than local or
ordinary public benefit and that the
costs and expenses of said work shall
be assessed upon a certain district and
providing that the proposed work or
improvement shall be done under the
provisions of the improvement act of
1912, and subsequent amendments.
UK IT RESOLVED. BY THE COM
MISSION OF THE CITY OF PHOE
NIX: Section 1. That the public interest
nnd convenience require, and that it
is the intention of the Commission of
the City of Phoenix to order the fol
lowing work to be done, to-wit:
1. That the roadway of Adams
Street from the west line of Seventh
Avenue to the east line of Seveen
teenth Avenue,-and 4 the roadway of
Mom roe Street from the went line of
Twelfth Avenue to the east line of Se
venteenth Avenue, and the roadway
of Twelfth Avenue from the north line
of Adams street to the north line of
Monroe Street, and the roadway of
Thirteenth Avenue from the north line
of Adams Street to the south line of
Monroe Street, and including all in
tersections of streets and alleys,
and including also private drives
wherever shown on- the plans
hereinafter referred to, and in
eluding also such portions of intersect
ing streets as is necessary to form an
easy approach to the pavement here
inafter described, lie graded and paved
with Bitulilhio pavement.
2. That a combined cement concrete
curb and gutter !e built along both
Fides of the roadway of Adams Sfi'eet
from the west line of Seventh Avenue
to the eaHt line of Seventeenth Avenue,
along both sides of the roadway of
Monroe Street from the west line of
Twelfth Avenue to the east line of
Seventeenth Avenue, along both slde
of the roadway of Twelfth Avenue
from the north line of Adams Street to
the north line of Monroe Street, and
the roadway of Thirteenth Avenue
from the north fine of Adams Street
to the south line of Monroe Street, ex
cepting nt the intersection of streets,
alleys, private drives and the ap
proaches thereto.
That a combined cement concrete
curb, and gutter be built along the
edges of the roadway at the intersec
tion of the following avenues with
Adams Street between the west line of
Sev enth Avenue and the east line of
Seventeenth Avenue: on the south side
of Adams Street at Eighth, Ninth,
Tenth, Eleventh, Twelfth, Thirteenth,
Fourteenth and Sixteenth Avenues: on
the north side of Adams Street at
Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, Twelfth, Thir
teenth and Sixteenth Avenues.
That a combined cement concrete
curb and gutter be built along the
edges of the roadway at the intersec
tion of the following avenues with
Monroe Street from the west line of
Twelfth Avenue to the east line of Se
venteenth Avenue on the south side of
Monroe Street at Thirteenth and Six
teenth Avenues, on the north side of
Monroe Street at Thirteenth and S'ft
teenth Avenues, as shown on the plans
hereinafter referred to.
3. That a cement concrete curb be
built along the edges of the roadway
at the Intersection of Fifteenth Ave
nue and Adams Street and at the in
tersection of Fifteenth Avenue and
Monroe Street, and at the intersection
of alleys and private drives and ap
proaches thereto, as shown on the
plans hereinafter referred to.
4. That a cement concrete gutter
be built across the intersections of all
alleye and private drives, and across
both sides of the roadway of Adams
and Monroe Streets at the intersection
of all avenues, on Adams Street be
tween tlie west line of Seventh Avenue
and the east line of Seventeenth Ave
nue, and on Monroe Street between the
west line of Twelfth Avenue and the
east line of Seventeenth Avenue, ex
cepting at the intersections of Fif
teenth Avenue and Adams Street and
Fifteenth Avenue and Monroe Street.
T. That a corrugated iron pipe, fif
teen (1T) inches in diameter, be laid
across the roadway of Eighth Avenue
on the umith side of Adams Street.
That corrugated iron pipe, twelve
(12") inches in diameter, be laid across
the roadway of Ninth Avenue on the
north and south sides of Adams Street,
and on both sides of Adams Stieet,
at Tenth. Eleventh, Twelfth and Thir
teenth Avenues, and on the south side
of Adams Street at Fourteenth Avenue,
and across all alleys and private drives
wherever shown on the plans.
That corrugated iron pipe, twenty
seven (27") inches in diameter, be laid
across the roadways of Adams and
Monroe streets on the east side of Fif
teenth Avenue.
That corrugated iron pipe, eighteen
(IS") inches in diameter, be laid across
the ro-idways of Adams and Monroe
Streets on both the east and west
sides of Sixteenth Avenue.
6. That rem? at concrete standpipes
le built and gates be set to control the
flow of water at the following loca
tions; at Eighth Avenue and Adams
Street, two (2): at Ninth Avenue and
Adams Str?et. three (3); at Tenth
Avenue and Adams Street, four (4):
at Eleventh Avenue and Adams Street,
four li): at Twelfth Avenue and
Adams Street, four (4): a,t Thirteenth
Avenue and Adams Street, three (3);
at Fourteenth Avenue and Adams
Street, two (2): at Sixteenth Avenue
and Adams Street, three (3); at
Twelfth Avenue and Monroe
two (2; at Thirteenth Avenue and
Monroe Street, two (2); at Sixteenth
Averiije and Monroe, one (1).
7. That cement concrete pipes of
size to fit corrugated iron pipe be laid
from the standpipes and corrugated
iron pipes to a point six (6') feet back
of property line as shown on the plans
hereinafter referred to, and under all
alleys and drives wherever shown on
the lans.
S. That gutter inlets be built to re
cehe drainage water at the following)
locations: at Eleventh Avenue and j
Adams Street, two (2); at Fifteenth
Avenue and Adams Street, six (B); at
Seventeenth Avenue and Adams Street, j
two (2): at Fifteenth Avenue and
Monroe Street, six (6): at Seventeenth
Avenue and Monroe Street, two (2):
and that said gutter inlets
be connected to storm water
manhole with the sizes of cement eon
erete pipes as shown on the plans
hereinafter referred to.
9. That storm water manholes be
constructed at the following locations:
at Eleventh Avenue and Adams Street,
one (1); nt Fifteenth Avenue and
Adams Street, one (1); at Seven
teenth Avenue and Adams Street, one
(1): at Fifteenth Avenue and Monroe
Street, one (1); at Seventeenth Ave
nue and Monroe Street, one (1).
10. That the roadway of intersecting
streets be graded from the edge of the
aforementioned pavement not to ex
ceed ten (Id) per cent, until It meets
the original surface of the street.
All the above work to ne done in
accordance with that certain set of
plans approved and adopted by the
Commission of the City of Phoenix on
the isth day of June 1915 and on file
in the Office of the City Engineer in
Book Two of Street Improvement
Plans, on pages 7 J to 9S inclusive and
In further accordance with Specifica
tions Numbers 19. 21, 22. 24. 25 and 28
cn file in the Office of the City Clerk
ofjtaid City and which said plans and
f-pecmeations are hereby referred to
for a more particular description of the
descrip
a par?
said work and made a part hereof.
Section 2. That the said contem
plated work or improvement, in the
opinion of the Commission is of more
than local or ordinary public benefit,
and that said Commission hereby
makes the costs and expenses of naid
work or improvement chargeable upon
a district and hereby declares that the
district In said City of Phoynix bene
fited by the said work or improvement,
and to be assessed to pay the costs and
expenses thereof, ki described as fol
lows: The south one-half of original blocks
1 and 2 of Neahr's Addition to the City
of Pircenlx; the south one-half of
Walker's Subdivision of Block 3 and
the south 31.28 feet of Lot 14 or AValk
er's Subdivision of Block 3 of Neahr's
Addftiou to the Cjtv of Phoenix; the
south one half of Block 1 and all of
Block of Athena Place, a subdivision
of original Block 3 of Neahr's Addition
to th City of Phoenix: the south one
half of Block A and all of Block B.
Woodlirnd Place, a subdivision of
Block 4 of Neahr's Addition to the City
of Phoenix: the north one-half of
Blocks 5. 6. 7. 8, 9. 10. 11. and 12 of
Neahr's Addition to the City of Phoe
nix; the south on-half of Blocks 1 and
2, all of Blocks 7 and 8. and the north
one-half of Blocks 9 and 10 in Capitol
Addition to the City of Phoenix.
Section 3. The City Engineer is
hereby directed to make a diagram of
the district described hereinabove In
Section 2 of this Resolution of Inten
tion, to be assessed to pay the costs
and expenses thereof. Such diagram
shail show each separate lot, piece and
parcel of land in said district and the
relative location of the same to the
work proposed to be done.
Section 4. The said Commission
finds that public convenience requires
that serial bond shall be Issued to rep
resent the costs and expenses of such
work or improvement and said Com
mission determines that serial bonds
shall be issued to represent each as
sessment of Twenty-five ($25) dollars
or more for the costs and expenses of
said work or Improvement. Said serial
bonds shall extend over a period end
ing nine (9) years from and after the
second day of January next succeeding
the date of said bonds and an even an
nual proportion of the principal sum
thereof shall be payable by coupon on
the second day of January every year
after thrir ,latc until all is paid, and
the interest shall be payable semi
J annually by coupon on the second day
of January and July respectively, of
leach year, at the rate of six (6) per
cent per annum on all sums unpaid un
til the whole of the said principal sum
and interest are paid.
Section 5. The serial bonds herein
mentioned shall be issued in accord
ance with the provisions of an act of
the Legislature of the State of Arizona,
known and designated as the "Im
provement Act of 1912," approved May
'17th, 1912, and all the proceedings In
ithe aforementioned improvements shall
I also be taken under said "Improvement
! Act of 1912" and subsequent amend
ments. I Section 6. The City Clerk shall cer
tify to the passage of thjs Resolution
! of Intention, and shall cause the same
1 to be published ten (10) times in the
Arizona Republican, a daily newspa
per published and circulated in the city
of Phoenix and hereby designated for
that purpose.
Section 7. The Superintendent of
Streets of the City of Phoenix shall
post notices of said proppsed improve
ment as required by law, and in said
notices shall refer to this Resolution of
Intention.
Reference is hereby made to the
Bitulitbic License Agreement of War
ren Brothers Company, of Boston,
Mass.. dated June IS. 1915, on file in
the office of the City Clerk of the City
of Phoenix. '
I hereby certify that the above and
foregoing Resolution No. 119 was duly
passed by the Commission of the City
i f Phoenix at a meeting held June
18tli, 1915, and that a quorum was
present thereat.
T. THEVILLIA.V,
Dep. City Clerk.
Date of first publication June 20th,
1915.
CHATTEL MORTGAGE SALE
Whereas, Default lias been made
:r the conditions of a certain Chat
tel Mortgage executed by John Beal
Mortgagor, to Runiely Products Co.
Mortgagee dated on the 16th day of
November 1914. and filed for record
in the office of the County Recorder
of Maricopa. County of Arizona, on
the 30th day of November. 1914. and
the nature of scth default is the
non-payment of Ninety Ixillars, with
interest at 8 per cent, per annum
from the Eighteenth day of June
1915, which is the amount claimed to
be due thereon at the date of this
notice, of which mortgage and the
debt thereby secured, the undersigned
is now the owner and holder, ami no
suit or proceeding has been had for
the recovery of the debt thereby se
cured. NOW. THEREFORE. NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN. That because of
such default, said mortgage will be
foreclosed, and the undersigned will
offer for sale an', sell at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, the fol
lowing described personal" property
covered by said mortgage, to-wit:
One Oil Pull Tractor, Type "B"
Number 2736 complete with prtfts
and attachments. One set of exten
sion rims. I-irge Type "li" Oil pull
Tractor.
at Sunnysido Ranch, owned by John
Real one mile west and one-half mile
north of Higley, Arizona, County of
Maricopa and State of Arizona on
the Second day of July. 1913. at 2
o'clock P. M.. of that day. Terms
cash.
Dated at Higley. Arizona, this
Eighteenth day of June. 1915.
FINLEY P. Mdl'.VT,
Receiver.
M . RI'MKI.V C ) M PAN Y.
Owners of said Mortgage.
H. L. BLISS.
Agent.
o :
CHATTEL MORTGAGE SALE
Whereas, Default has been made
in the conditions of a certain Chat
tel Mortgage executed by John Beal
and Vuleda Beal, Mortgagors, to
Rumely Products Co., Mortgagee,
dated on the 16th day of October.
1914, and filed for record in the of
fice of the County Recorder of Mari
copa County of Arizona on the "th
day of November 1914, and the nature
tif such default is the non-payment
of Thirty-Seven Hundred Ninety
Four Dollars, with Interest at 8 per
tent, tier annum from the isth day
of June 1915, which is the amount
claimed to be due thereon at the date
of this notice, of which mortgage and
the debt thereby secured, the un
uerslcued is now the owner and hol
der, and no suit or proceeding has
been had for the recovery of the
debt thereby secured.
NOW. THEREFORE. NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN. That because of
such default, said mortgage will be
foreclosed, and the undersigned will
offer for sale and sell at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, the fol
lowing described personal property
covered by said mortgage, to-wit:
One oil Pull Tractor, Type 25-45
Number 2736 complete with all part
and attachments. Two x28" Heavy
Type Sanders Disc Plows;, at Sunny
side Ranch, owned by John Beal one
mile west and one-half mile north
of Higley, Arizona, County of Mari
copa: and State of Arizona on the
Second day of July 191K, at 2 o'clock
P. M., of that day. Terms cash.
Dated at Higley, Arizona, this
Eighteenth day of June 1915.
FINLEY 1'. MOUNT,
Receiver.
M. RUMELY COMPANY,
Owners of said Mortgage.
If. I BLISS,
Agent.
o
OUR REPRESENTATIVES
Among bills introduced in various
state legislatures during their last
sessions were these specimens:
Minnesota Law to prevent the
catching of frogs.
Kansas Law prohibiting the use of
face powder, hair dye or bleach, the
piercing of ears and wearing of ear
rings. Colorado Law to provide that
bulls driven along roads at night
shall wear lights.
North Dakota Providing for uni
form thickness of sleigh runners.
Minnesota Law providing that
lumberjacks shall be furnished with
individual bathtubs. Philadelphia In
quirer, i
POTATOES HARD TO EQUAL ARE
RAISED WITHOUT IRRIGATION
Small Desert Claim liaises
Finest Spuds Seen in
These Parts in Some
Time Other Crops in
Same Proportion
Encouragement for the dry farmer,
with a small desert claim, is the
gospel J. P. Saunders is preaching
lie wandered into The Republican
office Saturday afternoon, bearing
j paper bag, closely held to his breast,
as if containing jewels of priceless
K alue.
I lie slowly unwrapped the twine
'around tiie bag and much to the
consternation of the . 'lice force he
produced a great bis healthy looking
potato.
It didn't take much questioning to
get the story of that luscious spud
and its equally luscious looking com
panions. "Those potatoes were grown on the
desert, with no more Vater than the
clouds furnished," stated Mr. Saun
ders. "Wt 11. how did you do it," came
the f;uerv.
"Tvo years ago," he said, I was
working as a cirpenter, in a small
mining camp ne.u- Phoenix, when I
v. as taken down with fever, and was
sicl: for months. I am the father of
(ight children, and they had to be
taken care of. I was unable to work
at my trade, and they were all
too young to support themselves. I
made up my mind that the only way
to r'-gain my health was toiget out
on the ranch where I could be out of
doors all the time. I had no money
with which to purchase land, and
began to look for desert land to
homestead.
TIPS DAMAGE
L
Arizona Commission of A$-
rieulture and Ilortieul-j
ture Send Out Circular j
Dealing With Ktermina- j
tion of Little Pests
The wheat thrips, which might more
appropriately be caKed Cie flower
tbi ;ps. has done ron.yi .b r.ible d.i.Ti.'ige
in Arizona this seasoi.. Fraits of
various kinds have suffered severely,
more especially blackberries in the
Salt River valley. Perhaps the most
persistent demanil received at the
office of the State Entomologist is
for a remedy for the blighting of rose
buds. More or less damage of this
kind is done by the thrips' every
spring and in this circular suggestions
are made for the benefit of the rose
garden.
The species of thrips here referred
to is an orange yellow insect which
is usually about a twenty-fifth of an
inch long in the adult stage. The
nymph or immature form is pale yel
low in color. In form the insect is
slender and oftimes described as
"worm-like." The young nymph is so
small that it can find its way beneath
the petals of a very small rose but.
even before there is any opening
visible to the naked eye.
There is no way of controlling these
insects on rose bushes by spraying or
by any application to the plants. In
at least some cases, however, perfect
rose blossoms can be produced by per
sistently picking off each blighted
bud as soon as it is evident that it
iN effected. When the infected buds
are allowed to remain upon the plants
the eggs of the thrips, which are
evidently laid at the bases of the
petals, hatch and the young insects
reach maturity after which they scat
ter to the new buds as fast as they
"TIZ" FOR
SORE, TiRED FEET
"TIZ" for Tendor, Puffed-up, Burn
ing. Calloused Feet
and Corns
"Sure! I use TU
every time for any
foot trouble."
You can be happy-footed just like
me. Use "TIZ" and never suffer with
tender, raw, burning, blistered, swol
len, tired, smelly feet. "TIZ" ond only
"TIZ" takes the pain and soreness
out of corns, callouses and bifnions.
As soon as you put your feet In a
"TIZ" bath, you Just feel the happi
ness soaking in. How good your poor,
old feet feel. They want to dance for
Joy. "TIZ" Is grand. -TIZ" Instantly
draws out all the poisonous exudations
which puff up your feet and cause
sore, inflamed, aching, sweaty, smelly
feet.
Gef a 25 cent box of "TIZ" at any
drug store or department store. Get
instant foot relief. Laugh at foot
sufferers foho complain. Because your
feet are never, never going to bother
or make you limp any more.
SEVERA
CROPS
to Glendale and there
land I am now living
on the river bottom,
, Nw River and the
went out there, looked
it over, and decided it was the place
for me.
"Another man and myself staked
out our claims, and built us shacks,
and started clearing the land. We
I had hardly cleared off a few acres,
when an attempt was made to force
us frcm our hard won ranches. We
stalled contest, and ale holding on
as Hard as is possible.
"In spite of all these difficulties
and dissappointmcr.ts, last Christ
mas I put in five rows of potatoes,
looked after them carefully, and
have just du up 550 pounds of the
finest tubers you ever saw.
"In addition to them I have planted
two acres of barley, and it is com
ing fine. 1 have some good melons
coming up and sweet potatoes that
will surely stand the acid test.
"I--4iave grown all of this abso
lutely without irrigation water. Hav-
ing no fences, I have experienced
! serious troub'e v,th rabbits, but am
j waging a '.e.ivy cjmpaiirn against
them with no-son -ml shot gen.
I "If I can only suecce I in gelling
! possession of my bind, 1 am gorpg
to have one of lb" fine it ranches in
I the state. Wae;- vvii! not ' e hard
i to get, as after digging twenty feet
I I have a goo-1 well, and oy insta'lirtg
ia pumping pJ.ttii, can sonk my acres
i enough to niso wonderful crops.
"There is absoiitely no doubt in
my mind that a successful living
can be made on
is gone about in
enthusiasm is
move. I h;iv--
dry farms here, if it
a proper sjiirii and
injected iiro every
aboil recovered my
health, and
clear, it will
when I get my lai.d
be on a par with the
best of tile ii ri;Ht 1 lap b:
ABOUT THE HAIR
To cleanse switches, curls and puffs,
comb the hair thoroughly. Then hold
the left hand in a bowl of warm
castile soap suds and draw the hair
repeatedly through the firmly closed
left hand, always taking care to keep
the hair straight. Follow this by
rinsing the hair in the same way,
using very warm water.
For white hair, use a few drops of
bluing in the rinse water.
No rubbing or sousing up and down
is necessary, beease such treatment
mats the hair and usually ruins it.
The friction produced by squeezing
through the hands cleanses the hair
perfectly.
After rinsing h:ing up the hair, al
lowing the water to drip off and
permitting it to dry by evaporation.
This will entirely resttue the flaff
nt'KS. Many women make the error
of drying switches in the sun. This
should not be done as it is sure to
fade the hair. Caring for the hair
is as important as having it done
up in the latest style.
For valuable suggestions in regard
to the latest styles in hair dressing
ask your dealer for the Carmen Hair
Net book. The instructions in this
book were written by authorities on
hair dressing and you can get this
little I klet free of charge from any
store selling Carmen Hair Nets.
appear, increasing In numbers many
times faster than the buds. By re
moving the buds as here advised and
destroying them by burning thousands
of the young insects may be de
stroyed before they reach the adult
or winged stage. The writer has suc
ceeded by the method described in
growing perfect " roses on bushes
where previously all the buds were
regularly blighted its fast as they
appeared and at a time when no
other perfect roses could be found in
the neighborhood.
The rose grower should examine
the flowers of all plants in the garden
and such us prove to be particularly
attractive to the thrips should be
given special attention. Whether sub
ject to noticeable injury or not every
kind of flower which is attacked by
the pest should be picked regularly
and every bud and blossom destroyed
by burning as soon as possible after
it passes its prime. These insects are
very fond of sweet pea blossoms and
by planting sweet peas near roses
and picking the flowers of the former
regularly and burning them after
they have done service as cut flowers
a good many of the thrips which
would otherwise confine their atten
tion to the rose buds may be at
tracted away and virtually trapped.
Fortunately, while the sweet peas are
very attractive to the thrips no no
ticeable injury is done. to them.
UNKNOWN MAN DIES IN
STATION Al MARICOPA
Station Agent Finds Body of Man
Who Died En Route to Los
Angeles; Letter Only Clue
to Identity
Considerable excitement was caused
at Maricopa last night by the sudden
death of an unknown man occurring
in the waiting room of the Southern
Pacific.
His clothes were searched, dis
closing a letter addressed to George
Hibness, 1'. O. Box 920, Phoenix.
That is the only clue to his identifi
cation. An effort was made last
night in Phoenix to find some rela
tives or friends, but none were
located.
He was traveling on a ticket to
Los Angeles, and left here last night
on the 7:33 train.
The' coroner of Pinal county was
called and ordered the body taken
to Tempe and placed in charge of
an undertaker thore. It was dis
closed by an examination last night
that he was a sufferer from tuber
culosis.
"We went
heard of the
on, situated
between the
Agua Friu. I
Fairbanks-orso Engines
Schieren's Duxbak Belting, Pulleys, Shaftins. Pumrjs, Etc.
ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPLY CO. '
3rd Ave. and Jackson. "We Have the Stock1' Phoenix
PHOENIX DIRECTORY
Automobiles - Garages -Accessories
Arizona Motor
Company, Inc:
UICK
W. V. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agents.
Garage and Salesrooms
313 North Central Avenue. Phone 1450
CAPITAL
AUTO SUPPLY CO.
FRANKLIN
FORD Motor Car
MOBILE
THOS.
Car of
Fred
25 N.
MASTER CARBURETORS
CONGRESS TIRES
r
TEMPE NEWS NOTES
COMING COUNTY FAIR
INTERESTS TEWPEANS
Representative Business Men and Far- j
mers Busy Soliciting Funds )
and Exhibits
Ti'.o Tempe business houses, the peo
ple of the town and tile ranchers are
contributing their shares to the ar
rangements for the county fair in Mesa
n the Tith find t'.th of next month that
practically assures a grand representa
tion from lure in the way of attend
ance, 1 ip.amesand exhibits. The spe
cial committee on exhibits and funds
appointed at' a recent board of trade
meeting held a lively session Saturday
night and completed plans for soliciting
the cash pledged to the fair and for
soliciting the produce and live stock
exhibits that should be entered in com
petition by the people of this commun
ity. The town district will he cared for
by the appointed committee. In the
outlying districts, equally divided by
means of the school districts, commit
tees of four have. beer, appointed. Their
duty has been defined as soliciting
what funds possible and most partic
ularly exhibits for the fair. This is the
list of committees the first named in
each case being chairman:
Rohrig John R. Birchett. L. A. Win
sor. Henry Schoshusen. Martin Rohrig.
Rural Mahlon Rrown. Parley RIake.
Josiah Williams and E. 1. old.
Kyrene R. A. Redden. W. S. Austin.
V. II. Redden. I. M. Savior.
Rulte Frank S. Baldwin. Vi'. T.
Building Future
Men and Women
It's the rid it of every boy ;i;k1 ttfil to he
come a healtl'v. siK-eessfn! man or woman---
And tlujy should start now to huiM for l:e
future. Indiilconi-e in heavy rich foods,
when youii!? leads to indigestion and other
troubles when urown.
is a healthful whole Avhat an l barley food
scientifically prepared for easy digestion
by malting of the barley and the lonu; twcl;-tv-hour
baking.
Crape-Nuts lias a delicious, mit-like fla
vour, and supplies those rich food eivnients
that build sturdy bodies and active brains.
"There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts
i
sold hv (ii-oners ever where.
AUTOMOBILES Everything for the
automobile carried in stock
FIRST AND VAN BU REN STREETS
MOTOR CARS. W. A. Horrell
521 N.-Central. Phone 1223
Expert Service Men
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 Arizona
Corner Second and Adams Streets
5-Passenger, $565. Runabout, $515
EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agent
308-310 E. Adams St.
Maricopa County Agent for Firestone
Tires
H. McKEVITT CO.
the American Family,
L. Waigh Sales Manager.
2nd St. Phone 1246.
Both Are Big Money Savers.
The Best in the World
SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR CO.
306 North Central Avenue
Huntsman-Hotchkiss
Overland Co.
227-229 North Center
Phone 1918
FEDERAL
TIRES
Cummings. E. ". Adams, J. E. Warner.
The chairman of the hoard of trade
committee is ;. R. Finch.
DEAN OF LAW COLLEGE
News has been received here of the
promotion of Professor Harry T. Trois
ier to dean of the college of law of
the I'niversit-- of Florida. Years ago
Professor Tiusler vas a local young
man, he spent practically all of his
early school days" here and graduated
from the Tempe Normal in 1 H J . Since
tlx n he has attended the I'niversity of
tlb-hipan ; 1 1 1 . 1 fVknloosa college, prad
uattng with honors from both institu
tions and later joining the faculty of
the I'niversity of (laine.- ville tht has
eventually culminated in his appoint
ment to dean of the law college. The
news of Pean Truster's promotion was
quite welcome here and letters of con
gratulation are even i:ow on the way to
him from old time friends in Tempe.
AGENT VISITS TEMPE
R. F. Moxley. a representative from
the home office of the Jlutual I-ife In
surance company of New York, was a
visitor in Tempe Saturday the Ri'est
of Fred J. Joyce, the local district agent
THE THURSDAY CLOSING
That Tempi.- wii: join with the other
valley men hunts in closing on Thurs
day afternoons is now pretty well sett
led. The petition has been partiallv
circulated and everywhere it has met
with the signature of the business
house that is only too glad to cooper
ate and take the half holiday off.
I
Quite a delegation of Tempo fans
journeyed to .Mesa yesterday afternoon
to root for the home team in the Jew el -Rear
game that was played there.
President A. J. Matthews of the nor
mal returned the last of the week from
Present wilt re he went to attend th"
comtnonoemi'tit exercises of the Pres
cott hr-'h school.
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