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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1918 Announcements Chiropodist MINI-: KXAMIXATH iNS ;.: a x A' ; i-:.n:.'T and ipkuatI' x i .minks. iu:sii;x or mill , AMi MINK KqrirMKNT. j Wc- ;n- in n i-nsition to handle such i vnilv ill :i i iip.'ihli- manner mill will l" ! I U.:iil to assist oii in tho nuiiH'ious ; l iol'li ins otti n to lie confronted. S. At. MonSR Co. , i : r. X. l ii.st St. i 'hone 3".ti7 flx.cniv. Ariz It I t'lllK' '1'OIjY tiunious. corns, cal louses removed; painless and blood less: 50c each; moles, warts, etc., re moved by electricity. 29-31 East Adams St. Frank Shirley. Phone 1T04 Special Notices Carpet Cleaning NOW IS THE TIME to have your carpels cleaned. The Electric Carpet Cleaners. Phone 733. tf ' LASS1' JI1-: I1KX STriMO, Tonic. niii'O.i. (soft wateri. lemon rinse :"e. ( 'hiropoily, children's hair cut. ti i : nu urine. -7 Xorth Center, Stroud I.IiIl-. Keren " I g T'linne L'K'I. It Auto Time Table Decorating . A. K. HARVEY, decorator and painter, estimates Riven. Phone 3B19. fihn Dressmaking ALL, KINDS of patterns cut to j measure. Phone 2MS. r i KX 1'KRI K.XCK1) dressmaker will go l- out hv lay. Phono L'SAIl. ff Hemstitching EGYPT STACK CO. ! Seven passenger cars to Tempe, J Mesa. handler, Uilbcrt and Goodyear ctnin Camps. I Cars vc i v hour from 7 a. m. until I 11 1'. M. daily. j I hone 7U 110 N. Central Ave ! tf HKMSTITCIIINfi AND PH'OTIXG. Work guaranteed. The Hemstitch Shoii, Ml'ii X. Third St. Phone 20,")6. ( irders taken at ( Joldwuter's. It Public Stenographer Miss llonehton. 40S Flemins. 1789. tf Parasols LMBRKLLA recovering and repair iriLr. 'an Hal-en. 'JiM K. Adams, tf said improvement comprises all the lots, portions of lots,' pieces or parcels of land included within the district in said City of phoenix, described as fol lows, to-wit: Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of Block CO, Origi nal Townsite of Phoenix. Any owner, contractor, or his assigns and any other person directly inter- rested in said work or in the assessment ror the expenses of the same having any objectrons 10 the assessment or any previous proceedings connected there with, or who claims that the work has not been performed according to the contract in a Konrl and substantial manner, or making any objections to the correctness or legality of the pro ceedings or claiming that said assess ment or any port thereof should be modified, may at any time prior to the time fixed for said hearing, file with the City Clerk of the City of Phoenix, a written notice briefly specifying the grounds of his objections and at the time fixed for said hearing or at such time or times not later than ten (10 days thereafter to which such hearing may be postponed, the said Commis sion will hear and nass upon all objec tions so made and filed. All the decis ions and determinations of said Com mission upon the hearing aforesaid will be final and conclusive as to all errors, informalities and irregularities which said Commission might have remedied or avoided at any time during the pro gress of the proceedings. This notice published in accordance with an order of the Commission of the Citv of Phoenix, made on the 14lh day of August, 191S. FRANK THOMAS. Citv Clerk. First mibli-atn Amrtist i:.. 1 SI s. Any owner, contractor, or his assigns and any. other person directly inter ested in said work or in the assessment for the expenses of the same having any objections to the assessment or any previous proceedings connected therewith, or who claims that the work has not been performed according to the contract in a good and substantial manner, or making any objections to the correctness or legality of the pro ceedings or claiming that said assess ment or- any part thereof should be modified, may at any time prior to the time fixed for said hearing, file with the City Clerk of the City of Phoenix, a written notice briefly specifying the grounds of his objections and at the time fixed for said hearing or at such time or times not 1 'er than ten (10) days thereafter to which such hearing may be postponed, the said Commis sion will hear and -ss u"On all objec tions so made and filed. All the decis ions and determinations of said Com mission upon the hearing aforesaid will be final and conclusive as to all errors, informalities and irregularities which said Commission might have remedied or avoided at any time dur ing the progress of the proceedings. This notice published in accordance with an order of the Commission of the City of Phoenix made on the 14th day of August, 1918. FRANK THOMAS, i City Clerk. First publication August 15, 1918. o TRUCKS FOR SHORT .Motor trucks and trailers should be called upon to do all the srjort hauling wherever roads are passable and let the railroads concentrate on the lung distance hauls. Short hauls are not profitable for railroads and tie up a great deal of equipment which could at this time be used to better advantage. In short hauls a long train of cars must stop frequent ly, lose time and block the tracks drop, ping one or two cars here and there to meet the short haul demand. Motor trucks and trailers can do this work and free the railroad to a great extent. The modern truck with proper ly constructed trailer can carry an al most unbelievable load on any fairly good road and the cost of this method of transportation is small in compari- , son with short haul freight. A short-haql embargo would mean a great saving in demurrage. Railroads have not cars enough to carry the freight vof the country, and present industries built up slowly through long years and of the highest value to the nation are threatened with destruction because the railroads cannot take care of the government work and at the same time supply these industries by providing for their incoming and out going freight. If those confronted with a hauling problem could but realize the value of a truck and trailer combination, it would do more towards eliminating freight congestion than any movement which might be put on foot to accom. plish this same end. 0 LEAVES FOR COAST Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd A. Gomes -feft last evening for Los Angeles and other coast points where they will spend their vacation. J. R. BRADSHAW Candidate for member of Board of Supervisors. If I have given a satisfactory and economic administration I solicit your support, if not vote for the man that will. CHICKEN DINNER SUNDAY BOWMAN'S CAFE 43 W. Washington St. Orata Aid Sftaj CADILLAC "S" PKRV1CE ' GLOBK-MIAMI via ROOSEVELT J Leave Globe-Miami 8:30 a. m. daily.! Leave Phoenix X:3H a. m. daily. ! Sri'KlUOIt-KAY i Leave Phoenix 9:00 a. m. and 4:10 p. m. Leave Superior 9 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. j Leave Kay at 7:30 a. m. and 3:30 p. m. 4J South Central Phone 1405 tf .TONES-KITTLE STAGE LINE EALLY MORNING STAGE TO Kay. Superior and Phoenix Phoenix Leaves Adams Hotel at j P:0ft a. m. and 4:00 p. m. daily. I I'.ay Leaver Pay Con. Hotel 7:30,! 9:00 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. daily. i OFFICE 116 NORTH CENTRAL AVE. 1 PIIONK 1075 t f ; EARLY MORNING STAGE f or Tempe or Mesa. Leave Arizona Re- publican office at 4:30 A. M. daily. Phone S4ii'i. W. .1. Rose. tf j PROOKS STAGE LINE ' I TOLLESON CASHION AVON DALE COTTON CAMPS Stages leave 111: East Washington! Ftrcet at S A. M., 10 A. M., 12 A. M., 2 1'. M., 4 P. M., and G P. M. ! Tclephnne-4127 tf ' rm enix-scTttsdalb stage j Leaves Phoenix, Owl Drug Co., First : evenue and Adams daily except Sun- day. Schedule time. j Leave Scottsdale: 8:30a.m.; 1:00 p. m; i and 6:30 p. m. Special: 12:01 I Saturday special: 12:01a.m. I Leave Phoenix: 7:30 a. in.; 11 a. m.; I and r, :Q0 p. m. EDDIE HOCIISTETLER I driver a nd Owner tf j JORDAN STAGE LINE 42 South Central. Phone 1465 Cars leave daily except Sunday at ? a. m. for Canon, Cordes, Mayer, Hum boldt. Prescott. Camp Verde, Cotton wood. Clarkdale and Jerome. ' Large Cadillac 8" cars. Careful drivers. 7fc Patent Agency r.06 Central Bldg.. Sixth and Main. L. A. II. Miller. 8 yrs. examiner IT. S. Pat. Of. Hazard's Rook on Patents Free. tf Restaurant AMERICAN KITCHEN Short Orders All Night 3T North Center St. YEE SING. Prop. tf Sewing Machines NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE Co., II. F. Poole. Manager. 331 West Washington St., Phoenix Phone 1249. We rent all makes of sewing machines. Turkish Baths TURKISH BATH. $1.00. Shower bath. 25 cents: for men and women. 137 N, Central. Phone 4215. tf Undertaking & Embalming MOORE & McLELLAN Funeral directors and embalmers. 329 West Adams St.. Phone 601. tf J. I. Wllf Mil KVwlornt ion, 1 24 "st Adums Transfer and Storage CHAMBERS TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. Any kind of hauling. Fireproof storage. Phone 1282 or 3526. tf Veterinary FHOENIX-G LENDALE AUTO STAGE Stations: Phoenix Berryhill Corner Glendale E. J. Fiock's Stages Run Every Half Hour Leaves Glendale Leaves Phoenix 7:30 a. in. 8:30 a.m. to to 6:00 p. m. . 6:00 p. m. Night Service Leave Phoenix 9:00 p. m., 10:00 p. m. Phone Glendale 23 tf Awnings AWNING AND CAMPING SEASON now on. We make everything known that will fool the rain and sun. Phoe nix Tent and Awning Co., corner First nod Jlonmn sts.. Phono 1411. tf Collections Oil; SERVICE collects $3.00 for cvevv $l.no it costs or we pay double. UNITED CREDITORS' ASSOCIATION .'' Nat l p.k. of Ariz. Hldg. Ph. 4196. tf Barber Supplies PARBER SUPPLIES Razors and safety blades sharpening our peeialtV. P. LAN TON, ;n w. W A PH. tf Chiropractic DR. E. E. 1IELFRICH, Licensed l.nnpraetnr. 218 West Washington. Phone 4'i"3. tf ( ', LAI S D. C 35 E. WASH. 11-12. 2-.1 -!. Phone 1461. tf DR. J. C. McGRATH, veterinarian. Office 107 W. Jefferson. Fhone 4265. tf 1 Vulcanizing TIRE HOSPITAL OF PHOENIX Vulcanizing and welding done promptly and guaranteed. Out-of-town work solicited. Arizona Vul canizing Works, 207 West Washington. Phone 6J6. tf Corsetiere MRS. C. L. HOLT. NuBone Cor-f-rtierc. 314 North Third Ave. Thone 2...'5. tf Legal Advertising ALLEY IN BLOCK 60. ORIGINAL TOWNSITE OF PHOENIX HEARING. PUBLIC NOTICE of time fixed by the Commission of the City of Phoenix, for hearing and passing upon the as sessment and the proceedings hereto fore had and taken for street work on the east one-hundred feet of the Alley in Block 60, Original Townsite of Phoenix. Pursuant to the provisions of Sec tion XIII. of Title VII, Chapter XIII, Revised Statutes of Arizona, 1913, Civil Code and acts amendatory thereto, public notice is hereby given that the SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS of the City of Phoenix, did on the 17th day of July, 1918. notify the Commis sion of the City of Phoenix that he had recorded the assessment and warrant fur certain work on the east one hun dred feet of the Alley in Block 60. Orig inal Townsite of Phoenix, being work initiated by Resolution No. 310. of the Commission of the City of Phoenix, on file with the City Clerk of the City of Phoenix, and performed under Street Contract Number 45. on file in the of fice of the SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS, of the City of Phoenix, to which resolution and contract refer ence is hereby made for a more partic ular description of said work, and that saM Commission of the City of Phoe nix, has fixed the time and place for bearing and passing upon the said as sessment and proceedings theretofore had and taken at 10 o'clock A. M on the 20th day of August, 1918. at Ihe Commission Chamber in the City Hall in said City of Phoenix. The property assessed to pay for VAN BUREN STREET, THIRD AND SIXTH AVENUE HEARING: THIRD AVENUE TO SIXTH AVENUE AND ADAMS STREET TO VAN BUREN STREET. PUBLIC No'riCE of time fixed by the Commission of the City of Phoenix, for hearmg and passing upon the as sessment and the proceedings hereto fore had and taken for street work on Van Buren Street, between Third and Sixth Avenues, and Third and Sixth Avenues between Adams and Van Bur en Street, in the City of Phoenix. Pursuant to the provisions of Section Xlll, of Title VII. Chanter XUI. Re vised statutes of Arizona, 1913, Civil ' Code, and acts amendatory thereto, I public notice is hereby given that the I SUPERXTENDENT OF STREETS of1 the City ot Phoenix, did on the 17th ! day of July, 191S, notify the Commis sion of the City of Phoenix that he had recorded the assessment and warrant for certain work on Van Buren Street Third and Sixth Avenue in said City of Phoenix, being work initiated' by Reso lution No. 299, of the Commission of the City of Phoenix, on file with the j City Clerk of the City of Phoenix, and performed under Street Contract Num ber 44. on file in the office of the SUP ERINTENDENT OF STREETS, of the City of Phoenix, to which resolu tion and contract reference is hereby made for a more particular description of said work, and that said Commis sion ot' the Citv of I'hncniv hn five.l ! the tone n nd nlm'e lor hearing anil passing upon the said assessment and proceedings theretofore had and taken at 10 o'clock A. M., on the 20th day of August, 191S, at the ommission Cham ber in the City Hall in said City of Phoenix. The property assessed to pay for said improvement comprises all the lots, portions of lots, pieces or parcels of land included within the district in ' said City of Phoenix, described as fol lows, to-wit: The North half of Blocks 95, 96, 97 and the west half of Blocks 94, 89, 97 and 86, and the east half of Blocks 95, 8", 98 and 85, all in the Original Town site -t Phoenix. The south half of the west half of that block in the City of Phoenix, bounded on the north by Fillmore Street, on the outh by Van Buren Street, on the east by Second Avenue and on the west by Third Avenue. The south half of that block in the City of Phoenix bounded on the north by Fillmore Street, on the south by Van Bucn Street, on the east by Third Avenue, on the west by Fourth Avenue. The south half of that block "n the ! City of Phoenix hounded on the north by Fillmore Street, on the south by Van Buren Street, on the east by Fourth Avenue and on the west by Fifth Avenue. The south half of that block .in the City of Phoenix bounded on the north by Fillmore Street, on the south by Van Buren Street, on the cast by Fifth Avenue and on the west by Sixth Av enue. Excepting therefrom any portion of any public street or alley which may be included within the above' described district. SMALLEY ALFALFA and ENSILAGE CUTTERS Made for the Largest to the Smallest Farmer In Sizes from 10 to 40 Inches Cutting Space ABSOLUTELY 95 OF ALL ALFALFA AND ENSILAGE CUTTERS SOLD AND USED IN SALT RIVER VALLEY ARE SMALLEY r S3 c NOT A SINGLE DISSATISFIED USER IN THE SALT RIVER VALLEY. EVERYONE ISA BOOSTER ASK THEM AND SEE Below is given a partial list of satisfied Smalley users, which comprises some of the largest and best feeders of livestock in the Southwest PartU'1t-IIeard Land & Cattle Co. TI. L. Chandler Land & Cattle Co. Burnt Ranch Cattle Co. Froman & Murphy Cattle Co. Arizona Milling & Feed Co. Pearson's Ostrich Farm Perkins Ostrich Farm Cottrell & Packard Babbitt & Bainbridp.e Smith & Frost Newman & Hess Cook & Laird Carpenter & "Work Frank T. Gilbert Al. D. Crabb Frank J. Jack John L. Graham Dr. D. L. Connor W. S. Pickeral Frank Last J. Stanley Howard Henry Kenaud John P. Bradshaw 'has. Stewart W. B. Long John Ti. Norton H. Clav Parker Harry W. Chase Dr. Louis Dysart X. A. Sanders L. M. Hoghc H. G. Voffol John R. Norton Norton's Dairv .C. Rodner McDonald M. E. Woods H. C. Loekett W. E. Cavness Ruff & Bartoll COLLINGS VEHICLE & HARNESS CO. Manufacturers of harness and saddles, automobile tops and seat covers. General auto mobile upholstering. Everything in light and heavy hardware. B. P. S. Paints. Farm Implements, wagons, gas -engines, tractors, threshers, etc. 26-28-30-32 E. Adams St. Phoenix, Arizona Thirsty Cattle Fits!) Pump and Makes It Hump i ?"!! should have plentyof fresh, cool waterthese hot days. Let The Fuller & Johnson Farm Pump Engine supply it for you. The hotter the day the thirstier the cattle get, and pumping by hand in a sweltering sun is not to be thought of. The Fuller & Johnson Farm Pump Engine, no matter what the weather, is always ready to supply a. once. 270 to 2,450 Gallons of Water Per Hour! This remarkab'e engine i sate Used Daity All Over the World easy to operate economical dnrahli nu- . n n . -absolutely weather-proof-no beta. "hT" 'LSX."1 ' 'V" braw, or tpecial platform, needed! nrW ewne-bow it n made C'omps ready to run. Will also operate n" it will do for yonand the ei frnndfttooe, washing machine, atipara tremcly low cost at which yon can tor, etc. buy it. bo Write Today for Cataloc No. 17A 0329) 1 DID YOU KNOW? I m rsi PALACE Wholesale We Are State Distributors Agents Wanted Palace Hardware and Arms Co. Phoenix, Arizona Retail BEARS Sella (LOROX Great Screw Worm Killer. It kills every time En I! RMTYIXlEi'yS- Garage 8 N. Third Ave. Will Be Open SUNDAY August 18th Gasoline, Oil and Repair Service Station At Your Service Today VALLEY FLOUR MILLS Manufacturers of all Mill Products Bennett Lumber Co., Phoenix, Arizona. Oentlemen: . Kenardin-the LOS ANGELES UTILITY TPA1LEKS of which we now have four, one four-wheel and three two-wheel. "Will say that we have found all these models very satisfactory v. Our four-wheel trailer is excellent for carrying heavy loads either oii-lon or short distance hauls. We have pulled as high as IS.00'0 pounds with our truck and three-ton four-wheel UTILITY Tl? ATLER in making shipments at the depot and in delivering ma terial to our branch houses at both Tempe and Glendale each about nine miles distant. Your ton and one-half two-wheel trailer is excellent for me dium sized loads and we have found the combination of a Ford pull intr a one-ton trailer to be indispensable. We consider our UTIL ITY TRAILERS to le almost as much of a necessity in our busi ness as our trucks. We trust these facts will be pleasing to you. Yerv trulv vours, VALLEY FLOUR MILLS, RX GP By R. Y. Xaylon. Bennett Lumber Co. Agents LOS ANGELES UTILITY TRAILERS Arizona The BEARDR UG STORE a See Bears in Window OuDosite City Hall Phoenix . -' - ... . . . , , . , -.