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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 26, 1918
CONSULT US NOW
to your
and ave
your eyes, add
eye comfort
Northrup Optical Co.
9 East Adams St.
Phono 680 for appointment
I WATER REPORT FOR APRIL 25
tlevation of watfr in reser
voir at B p. m 196.03
i Contents, acre feet 34,09
Loss in acre feet 2,601
, Elevation of water in reser-
i voir one year ago 229.42
' foments, acre feet vear ago. 1,391,440
j Normal flow, M. 1 31,000
Normal flow, XI. I., same date
j in 1317
1 Water UFed for irrigation
I north Bide, M. I
Water used for irrigation
south side, M. I
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WEATHER FORECAST
628,400
46,240
32,840
.-ft-7. A
YALE DENTAL CO.
Dr. R. M. Dunlap
Get our prices first All work guararr
, teed
Phono 193 21 E. Washington St
Over Donofrio a
Good light work team for
Belle
Phx. Wood & Coal Co.
Phone 1235
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
Arizona Friday and Saturday part
lv cloudv and unsettled. Not much
change in temperature.
West Texas Friday and Saturday
fair.
' Southern California Fair.
Colorado Cloudy with rain Friday
afternoon or night; colder. Saturday
partly cloudy and cool.
New Mexico Friday and Saturday
Dartlv cloudy probably rain northeast
portion Saturday. Cooler east por
tiou Saturday.
WEATHER ftEPORT
Phoenix Seed
and Feed Co.
Wholesale and Retail
125 East Jefferson St
E. S. WAKELIN
GROCER CO.
WHOLESALE
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Stations 1 " p
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Boston .52 it Clear
Chicago .. .. 42 46 Rain .02
Denver 66 68 Cloudy
Des Moines 50 52 Cloudy
Flagstaff, 56 62 Cloudy ...
Fresno '4 74 Clear
Galveston .. ..1.76 78 Clear 2.50
Kansas Citv 44 46 Cloudy .02
Los Angeles 62 64 Cloudy ...
Needles 86 88 Cloudy
New Orleans 78 78 Clear 2.06
New York 56 58 Cloudy
Oklahoma .. ."...68 68 Cloudy ...
PHOENIX 83 90 Clear
Hoswell 76 78 Pt.CIdy ...
St. Louis ...46 46 Rain 1.52
SanDiego 62 62 Clear
Pan Francisco .'..54 58 Pt. Cldy
Tucson 86 86 Clear
Washington .. -.58 58 Cloudy .02
Winnipeg 36 48 Cloudy
Yuma SO 92 Clear
LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY
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45 North Central
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or your
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We can save you money. Let us
give you an estimate. All kinds
of building contracts. Will fur
nish all material or contract the
work.
Fully equipped to quickly do all
kinds of mill work as well as
building. 35 years of experience.
Wo are, continuing the A. G.
Smith, wood business. A truck
load of slabs for $2.50.
Arizona Lumber &
Planing Mill Co.
Phono 1731
8th Street and Madison
7 a.m. 7 p.m.
Temperature, degrees 56 $Z
Temperature of evaporation 44 58
Humidity, per cent 35 16
Wind direction K W
Wind velocity, miles 7 10
Rainfall 0 0
Weather Clear Clear
Highest temperature 90
Lowest' temperature "55
Total rainfall 0
Excess in temperature yesterday, S
degrees.
Excess in temperature since the first
of the month. 18 degrees.
Accumulated excess in temperature
since January 1, 86 degrees.
Normal precipitation January 1 to
date, 2.76 inches.
Actual precipitation January 1 to
date, 2.54 inches.
- Accumulated deficiency in rainfall
since January 1, .22 inch.
ROBERT Q. GRANT.
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WORKS
7th Ave. and Santa Fa Tracks
Phone 1085 .
GENERAL MACHINE WORK
GUARANTEED
TITLES
Phoenix Title & Trust Co.
WALRUS
SODA FOUNTAINS
CARBONATORS AND
STORE FIXTURES
Everything In Equipment for the
SODA FOUNTAIN
BILLIARD ROOM AND HOTEl
Southwestern Brokerage
Co.
Phone 1509
115 N. Second Ave., Phoenix, Ariz.
PERSONAL MENTION I
: a
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Bledsoe of Bis
bee are stopping at the Commercial ho
tel while here on a combined business
and pleasure trip.
G. M. Stewart of Spokane arrived in
the city yesterday, and will be here a
few days while atttndng: to business
interests. He is a guest at the Jef
ferson, hotel.
Theodore Anderson and Clifford Fox
came down from Miami yesrday for
a short visit in the capital city. They
axe stopping at the Commercial hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Vf. Nettle of Jerome
are registered at the Jefferson hotel.
Dr. and Mrs-. C. E. Rooney of Yuma
are stopping at the Hotel Adams while
visiting- relatives in this city.
R. H. H. Spidet of Florence was an
arrival at the Commercial hotel last
evening.
Among the business visitors regis
tered at the Jefferson hotel last even
ing were H. P. Edwards and R. Hoff of
Maricopa.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Keppler of Bates
ville, Arkansas, are guests at the Com
mercial hotel.
0
I TOWN TOPICS
TO CLOSE OFFICE The Arizona
Eastern will close its office from 9 to
1 o'clock today because of the flag pa
rade of Liberty Day.
HORSES AT LARGE E. Valensa,
charred with permitting horses to run
at large, will be given his prelimin
ary hearing Wednesday morning at
10 "clock. Mrs. L. W. Van Pelt will
apnea? ax chief witness for the state,
WOODS BOUND OVER 'Waiving
nls preliminary examination in the
Justice court, Robert Woods, against
whom John H. Page is the com
plaining witness, was bound, over to
the superior court.
CASE GOES 'OVER The case of
James C. Faim, charged with present
ing false claims of vouchers to the gov
ernment, was adjourned by Judge Saw
telle. In the federal court yesterday un
til the next session of court.
CALLES' BOND $1.000 Judge Saw
telle yesterday fixed the bond of Carlos
G. Calles at J1.000 for his appearance
to answer a charge in the federal court
of exporting Implements to Mexico in
violation of the president's proclama
tion of February 14. last.
JOINS NAVY Karl Pierson, brother
ot Eugene Pierson, is here for a visit
with his parents, on furlough from the
navy. Mr. Pierson says that the navy
is all claimed for it and more. He is
very enthusiastic about this branch of
the service.
EXPRESSIVE, NOT ELEGANT
Lucile Pina who is alleged to hav,
ealled Antonio Gutierriz names more
expressive than elegant was brought
before Justice De Souza yesterday on
the charge of disturbing the peace.
Her preliminary examination will be
held at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning.
PLEADS GUILTY R. W. Lyhnne
pleaded guilty to a charge of white
slavery before Judge Sawtelle in the
federal court yesterday. He was in
dicted on two counts, for transport
ing a woman to Los Angeles and one
for transporting the same woman to El
Paso in violation of the Mann act. The
defendant pleaded guilty to one of the
counts.
ATTENTION G. A. R. The G. A. R.
will meet at the Y. M. C. A. at 9:30
o'clock this morning to join in the Lib
erty parade. Those in charge ask the
members to bring flags, both large and
small.
RED CROSS The Phoanix Red
Cross chapter urge all Red Cross work
ers to take part in the patcade this
morning and to meet on Sejuth Fifth
avenue at 9:30 o'clock. They are asked
to wear white and carry a small Amer
ican flag in their hands.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Phoenix camp No. 1 Spanish War
Veterans extend a cordial invitation to
all ex,soldiers and ex-sailors and to
all soldiers and sailors now in the ser
vice who may be in the city on furlough
or leave, to Join the camp in the Lib
erty day parade to be held this morn
ing at 9:30 o clock. They will msst with
the camp at the Elks theater.
MARY BRODIE Members of the
Mary Brodie auxiliary, United Spanish
War Veterans, will meet on North Sev
enth avenue, north of Adams street,
before 10 o'clock this morning to form
in line for the Loyalty parade. Autos
will be provided for all members and
their friends. All women eligible "to
membership in the auxiliary are cor
dially invited to meet with the auxil
iary at the above time and place.
ASSIST RED CROSS The Junior
Red Cross of the Roosevelt school will
give an entertainment at the Neighbor
hood House this evening for the benefit
of the Red Cross. A small admission
fee will be charged.
ESCAPE FROM SCHOOL That
eight inmates have escaped from the
Industrial school at Fort Grant was
the word received here yesterday.
The information was sent to the sher
iffs office with word that four of
the escapes were committed from Co
chise county and one each from
Maricopa, Graham, Gila and Pinal
counties.
PUMP FOR RANCH A sale of in
terest locally is that reported to have
been made to Dr. O. W. Brown of
Phoenix, of a Layne and Bowler pump,
and Western engine. A 40 horsepower
Western engine and 15 inch Layne and
bowler pump is the equipment speci
tied on the contract and is said to be
for Dr. Brown's properV near Casa
Grande. The sale was made by the
Western machinery company of Phoe
nix, branch of the Los Angeles office.
BONDS FURNISHED Bonds in the
sum of $10,000 each were furnished
yesterday by Gus A. Streitz and Rich
ard F. Parthum, after being arraigned
before Judge Sawtelle in the federal
court on charges of violating immigra
tion laws by harboring and concealing
an aiien enemy, Aitred Titterman,
Uerman, in Phoenix Jast winter. They
win pieaa guilty today. Both defend
ants were released from the city jail
immediately after the bond was fixed
by the court.
COMES WITH MESSAGE Mis.
Grace Manners Brougham of Lon
don, a sister of Guy Manners, the
celebrated poet, will lecture . before
the Maricopa County Teachers' asso
ciation at its last meeting for the
year, Saturday morning at 10 o'clock.
The meeting will be held in the high
school auditorium and is open to the
public. Mrs. Brougham is one of the
leading war lecturers of today and her
reading of her brothers forceful poems
will be a feature of her talk. In ad
dition to the lecture the program will
consist of annual election of officers,
a report of the state teachers asso
ciation held in Tucson last week and
the teachers will receive instruction
from the state committee on war sav
ings as to how the teachers and
pupils can best aid the Thrift move
ment during the summer months.
MINI IS
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T
BACK In 101
Elmer Donaldson has been appointed
superintendent of the Rifle range to
take the place of Burt Freeman, sup
erintendent for the past year, who sev
ered his connection with the club owing
to pressing business demands. As in
the past, the range will be open every
day in the year.
The regular shoot is scheduled for
Sunday, class C in the novice starting
at 9 o'c'ock. The semi-annual for the
Vie Hanny pistol trophy will be shot at
o'clock. This match will be tired
with 45 automatics only.
v. C. Henderson shot a possible at
200 yards on a target Wednesday. Hen
derson is the third man to beu'e the
distinction of shooting a possible at
this range, the others being C. V. Gul
ley and Dr. George H. Woodall.
One of the officials of the club stated
yesterday that Company F of the Phoe
nix Police Reserves, composed exclus
ively of Rifle club members are turn
ing out to drill with a larger attendance
than any other Police Reserve com
pany. Even at that there are a num
ber missed from the ranks and it is be
lieved that if the old members came
back, the company would stand an ex
cellent chance of winning the Ray De
Mund trophy which is to be given the
first company answering" to the roll
call of 57 men. Whichever company
wins this trophy will shoot for it for
individual ownership on the rifle range.
This attendance will also aid the com
pany toward winning the flag donated
by the Arizona Republican.
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ESPIONAGE CHARGES
IB
Ed McNally, a cook employed at a
restaurant at Central avenue and
Jackson street, indicted by the Fed
eral grand jury for alleged violation
of the espionage act, pleaded not
guilty before Judge Sawtelle in the
Federal court yesterday.
McNally, according to the indict
ment, is alleged to have said in the
presence of a number of persons that:
"It was a pity it was not the
president or McAdoo that was killed,
instead of the Mexican; that no man
should buy Liberty bonds unless he
had $1000 in the bank; to hell with
the government; that he was not go
ing to buy any bonds: that the gov
ernment never did do anythig for
him; that he would not give a damn
if Germany did win the war as he
would just as soon live under German
rule as under United States govern
ment rule.''
The following resolutions, were
adopted at the District Conference of
the Methodist Episcopal church south,
held in Phoenix, Arizona, April 17-21,
1918:
Whereas, we as a nation? in con
junction with our allies of other na
tions, are 'fighting for the greatest
things in the world, namely: liberty,
righteousness, democracy and a true
and lasting peace, and
Whereas, Germany believes that
"Might makes right" rather than
right makes might, and is pourmg
forth her millions of trained soldiers
to curse the world with the doctrine
of selfishness, servitude, and militar
ism, which is the doctrine of satan,
as opposed to unselfishness, service,
righteousness, and peace, which is the
doctrine of Christ, and
Whereas, it behooves us as Chris
tians and citizens of a great country
that was founded on righteousness,
to put forth our full strength, both
in men, money, and moral force, for
the dethronement of wrong and the
enthronement of right, and
Whereas, Spirituality and the will
to win are the mightiest factors in
our success and we must look to the
church of Christ to generate these
forces, which will make democracy
safe for the world as well as the
world safe for democracy, and
Whereas, we note with satisfaction
the great work that has been and
is being done by our own cnuren
along every line from thrift stamps,
bonds, and Red Cross work, up to
the strongest man power, to help
win the war, Therefore, By this Dis
trict Conference of the Arizona Dis
trict, Los Angeles Annual Conference,
Methodist Episcopal church, south,
be it
Resolved: First, that we as a
church will stand, as we have stood,
squarely with flur president and
government, ready to co-operate in all
ways and in all things to win the
war.
Resolved; Second, that we must be
unstinted in the use of men and
money for Christian work in our
training camps, at the front, and in
all places where our ministries as a
church can be of value either in a
spiritual or material sense.
Resolved: third, that we give
Bishop Lambeth and our war board
our heartiest approval and co-operation
in the great work they are do
ing for the cause, and to our utmost
ability will respond to their every
call, by doing our part to carry the
work to completion.-
Respectfully submitted,
S. C. BOCKMON,
Conference Secretary.
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As a passing thought
wc might say that
your purchase of a
Knox Straw need not
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tion. $4.00 and Up
McDougaMCassou
Washington Street
NEILLE. BAILEY
SHOWING CLASS
CADETS mm
IN PARADE TODAY
L GIRL
HIM IS IB
Last night it was discovered that
Miss Amy Cartwright, alias Meredith
Bishop, a popular member of the
senior class, had taken the jewels of
her sister and appropriated them for
herself. To make the sad story com
plete concerning' this happy tale of
weal and woe it might ' be further
said that the sister whose - jewels
were stolen has collected a large
sum of money from an insurance
agency for the loss of the gems.
Is this piece of "crooked news of
crooked'' dealing sufficient to make
your heart rise to the edge of your
teeth? If not, get a false pair and
ask some one about the rest of this
case of criminality . which is taken
from the plot of the coming senior
class play, "Under Cover," which
will be staged at the high school next
Friday night.
Of course Miss Meredith Bishop in
real life is not a criminal, but when
she gets on her .makeTup and begins
to rehearse her part in the play she
is instantly transformed into an er
ring woman who is over fond of other
person's jewels. '
There are other actors in the play-
not quite so crooked who will make
you hug yourself with joy at their
actions it is said, and when they
become entangled in the toils of the
law your hair will stand up so hard
that it will pull you out of your
seat and take away your breath.
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FETE IS
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Dr. Charles Roberts, a chiropractor
was found guilty of practicing a "sys
tem of healing" without a license by a
jury in Judge Stanford's court, the
verdict having been returned at 8:30
o'clock after several hours delibera
tion. Dr. Roberts will be sentenced at
9:30 o'clock Monday morning.
The peculiar feature of the case was
that the defense offered no testimony
counting on the argument of counsel
to win an acquittal for their client,
who is a married man with a large
family.
The first witness for the state was a
representative of The Republican
called to identify certain advertisie
ments in the morning daily Inserted by
Dr. Roberts when he began his practice
here last .autumn. Dr. Allen H. Wil
liams, secretary of the state board of
medical examiners, and Dr. Coit
Hughes, former secretary of the board,
both t-estified that Dr. Roberts did not
hold a certificate authorizing him to
practice here. Dr. Conner, another
witness for the state, testified that Dr.
Roberts had a down town office and
that a. professional sign hung on his
door.
The arguments were not lengthy, but
20 minutes to the side. County .At
torney I M. Laney and Robert Jarrott,
his assastant prosecuted and counsel
for the defense were George S. Evans,
general counsel and general manager
of the Carver Chiropractic College of
Oklahoma City and Albert D. Leyhe.
The penalty for the offense for which
Dr. Roberts was found guilty is a fine
of not less than $100 nor more than
$500 or 60 days to 6 months.
It is understood that before coming
to Phoenix, Roberts practiced in Ar
kansas where he had a license. There
is however, a chiropractic board in that
state while there is none in Arizona.
. . . .- -0- -.
Do not wait till tomorrow phone
that WANT AD, to The Republican
and dispose of, or get what you want.
Neu-Fut
Puts new life in your old
tired feet. Sold on guar
antee at
Elvey & Hulett
QUALITY DRUGGISTS
Adams and First Ave.
Phoenix
$Loans Easy--$
to get on your furniture, automobile,
live stock, etc., up to $150. Confiden
tial. Phone us for information.
MUTUAL LOAN CO.
1500 Grand Aye.; Phone 1396
Office Hours., 8:30 a. m. to 5 p. m.
The Washington Star of Sunday,
April 14, contained an interesting de
scription of a ceremonial of the Mystic
Shrine of Washington, D. C. wherein a.
prominent part was played by Captain
Xeill E. Bailey, who is the potentate of
EI Zaribah Temple of Phoenix.
Captain Bailey entered the service
of the government some months ago
and is stationed in Washington, D. C.
Among other things the story contained
the following paragraph:
"Almas Temple of the Mystic Shrinw
Potentate L. Whiting Estes declares,
'eclipsed all past performances at it
ceremonial session on the top floor of
the New Willard Wednesday evening.
'It was a record breaker," he says, for
candidates, for there were forty-five all
told, and thirty-two of them wore th
uniform of their country, 'except when
they were getting what they wanted
and what they described as Nrhat was
coming to them,' for then we had to
compel them to change their uniform,
especially for the camel's flight and the
clash of the warlike sheiks.' Among th
guests of the evening was Capt. Neill
E. Bailey of the National Army, potent
tate of El Zaribah Temple of Phoenix,
Ariz., Capt. Bailey furnished one of the
real sensations of the evening when at
the head of a column of ninety-eight
men in the uniforms of the army, navy
and the marine corps, with Ma. Louis
C. Wilson, 'Our Own Louis,' as thei
Arab Patrol is pleased to call him, fly
ing a handsome likeness of Old Glory,
'he led a march around the big hall wit"
something more than 1,100 flushed.
Shriners cheering their hearts out in a
patriotic demonstration. And the class
also was a 'patriotic bunch,' says Po
tentate Estes, 'so patriotic that we
hadn't the heart to give them 'all that
was coming to them,' but one of them
got so much that he left without secur
ing the return of his watch, his iewelrv
and a nice little roll of money we were
holding for him- during the clash.' At.
the business meeting Almas Temple,
honored Harry O. Perry, potentate of.
Boumi Temple of Baltimore, by making
him an honorary member."
: i. .".
The great Liberty parade that will
grace the streets of Phoenix today
for the furtherance of bond sales will
have an added attraction in the high
school cadets of the city who will
march with it fully equipped witn
their rifles and uniforms. The sigh:
of two batallions of marching cadets
with their rifles, weighing nine
pounds, bravely carried upon youth
ful shoulders should give added pa
triotic feelings to waning patriotism
and induce some 100 dollar bills to
come out of hiding and hop into the
United States treasury.
For the past few days, ever since
the rifles arrived at the high school,
the cadets have been busily engaged
cleaning, polishing and drilling with
them preparatory to carrying them.
in the Liberty parade. .Now, alter
having hardened their shoulders to
the nine pounds weight of the new
rifles, the cadets are in fine con
dition for the long, hot march before
them and expect to cause many a
hardboiled patriot to do up his own
shirts, press his own pants and buy
a Liberty bond.
TUBERCULAR TRAINED
NURSE
Have devoted 22 years to exclusive
care of tubercular patients. Will call
one hour daily; under your doctor's
supervision. Teach you how, when
and what to eat and how to cook it.
While giving one hour professional
service my assistant will care for all
other details so essential to comforts
of patient and family.
Tubercular patients only, ones that
cannot afford continuous trained nurse.
Will call anywhere to show how to do
things that come under a nurse's work.
Prices reasonable. Phone to Room 311.
Adams Hotel; I'll call and explain.
Adv. ibg
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
LOST Goodrich Sllvertown 34x4, on.
rim on Buckeye road between Phoenix
and Avondale Cotton Camps. Reward
Phone 7t8. div
A WOMAN OR GIRL to do light
house work, where there are no
children. One and one-half miles,
in the country. Apply to R. A.
Windes. Tempe. 5d
Do not wait till tomorrow phone
that WANT AD, to The Republican
and dispose of. or get what you want.
SPECIALS Used Dodge cars, 191T
1918 models, in good condition, $300
up. Phone 14, or P. O. Box 372
Mesa Garage, Mesa. &d
3 FURNISHED rooms, light house
keeping, modern, no sick no children.
515 N. Second St. dp
STRAYED One 3 year old black
horse mule, 15 hands high, mange
on front legs, slit in right ear. Re
ward. J. W. Shirley, Box 142, Tempe.
dp
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, ATTENTION
All Knights of Columbus are re
quested to meet at Sixth avenue and
Washington street at 9:30 o'clock this
morning for the purpose of participat
ing in the Liberty loan parade. Auto
mobiles will be provided. Every K. C.
is urged to be there, and on the ap
pointed time.
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YourBeautyDoctor
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RUGS! RUGS! RUGS!,
Our shipment of Beautiful Rugs has arrived and will be included in
our 20 discount sale.
Call and Inspect the new patterns. The aisortmsnt is complete.
We have established a furniture exchange department, which enables
you to trade your used furniture for any new in the house.
FORD'S NEW STORE
144 East Adams St. Leigh Ford, Mgr.
CONSTABLE ICE &
FUEL CO.
Wood & Coal
The
Perfect
Food for
Invalids
flighty rtx-ommenderl
by prominent phvticimns 1
jar tuo mrcutoi u. .
WIDCMANN'S fUnt. EVAPORATED
GOAT MILK
EaiUy digested by erm the weakest
ttttmarh; irondtrjul in it body
vuiwtng prooertten.
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For the purpose of raising funds for
the purchane ot Liberty Bonds, ,the Or-angewood-Ramona
club will give a
Lawn Fete this evening at the coun
try home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Morris
of North Seventh avenue.
The barn dance and supper with
many interesting diversions on the side
that have been planned for the evening
will attract a number of guests from
triK'n ia wall a u frnm h r-ntltltPX It i
o be a thoroughly delightful affair and
the patriotic purpose for which It Is
planned will be another incentive for a
large attendance. .
The rural club is one of the banner
organizations in the state federation
and is devoting practically every meet
ing to some war measure. Conservation,
Thrift, Red Cross activities are prac
ticed by the members in the club and
in the home.
PUBLIC SALE
FRIDAY, APRIL 26th, AT 11:00 A. M.
At Ellison's Ranch, near Cartwright School, 5 miles W. and mile N.
of Six Points, or 4 miles S. of Glendale. '
Am going out of the dairy business and will sell my entire herd of
choice, selected milch cows and young stock
36 HIGH PRODUCING COWS, NEARLY ALL FRESH; 2 GOOD HOL
STEIN BULLS; 10 YEARLING HEIFERS; 10 YEARLING STEERS;
20 CALVES; 1 SEPARATOR; 4 MILK CANS.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON YOU ARE INVITED
Terms: Sums under $100 cash; over that amount credit of 6 months
will be given purchaser giving note satisfactory to clerk.
H. M. ELLISON, Owner
A. B. DUNLAP. Clerk.
B. W. GETSINGER. Auctioneer
our Attention
is called to the fact that these prices quoted below
mean money for you.
1 lb. Brookfield Creamery Butter .45c
10 lbs. Extra Fancy Potatoes (none better) ....20c
3 lbs. New Potatoes J25c
1 can Fancy Sugar Corn .11c
7 bars White Laundry Soap .27c
4 bars Fels-Naphtha' Soap ... 29c
1 can Standard Peas 11c
1 large bottle Heinz Catsup . .29c
1 lb. can Ben Hur Coffee .... ............35c
1 large can Extra Fancy Sliced Pineapple 18c
1 can Lily Milk r....5c
1 large bottle Mayonnaise Salad Dressing ..1...21c
1 quart bottle Heinz Pure Cider Vinegar .31c
1 lb. Macaroni or Spaghetti (made of rice flour) 16c
2 Extra Fancy Fat Mackerel 25c
Friday and Saturday
Special Sale on Strawberries at Cut Rate Price
Griebels Grocerteria
218 West Washington Street
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CARD OF THANKS
We wish to exiuoss our thanks to our
many friends for their kindness and
sympathy in our bereavement caused
by the death nf our mother. Mrs. Uel
inds. Linvilie nd eieciHHy -the mem
bers of the Phnenix Fire department
and clier fiienus f ir ihoir floral of
fering!. Mrs. Louie I". McCann and family.
"WHO'S YOUR NEIGHBOR?"
To know your neighbor means a clear im
drr.stau(linj? for a clean and better way to
live and strengthen our man power, and at i
the same time help win this great war.
THE NEW MEXICO COTTAGE SANATORIUM FOR
THE TREATMENT OF TUBERCULOSIS
SHYER CITY, NEW MEXICO
An established institution. Own garden, dairy, ice
plant and complete laboratory. Wonderfully cool
summer climate. No dust. No mosquitoes. Write
for booklet N.
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