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FAGE THREE AFTER RUN HISS PHOENIX FIRMS ON AND THE TUTJI THE ABIZOXA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1918 The P&O COL HI. mm Tl IE MM ROLL IN TRUCKS REACH CITY IS 1 After having several times made the trp between Hoston and Akron. Ohio, and from having recently completed xtitt run from Hoston to San Fran cisco, two trucks representing the loodyrar Tire company of Akron slid into Phonlx yesterday tit 2 o'clock n th return trip to lloston. The two trucks are a part of the 'it of neven w hich have been on the t-"Mm-Akron run and were diverted for this transcontinental trip for the i -irrse of t-'stlriK pneumatic, tires on Turks in the. hardest kind of service. 1 easing the truclu Is a pilot car, a f'nrkMrd roadntrr. One of the trucks is n i-kairl iind the other a White. Tn mn srn in tli party, which Is nrter the direction of M. D. Scott, manager of tiie regular motor truck l.ne i.erHtrd between Boston and Akron. Tl:e trucks left Poston loaded with airplane tlrrs on September 1. Tv arrived in Akron September 5, nd In San Francisco on September 22. Fram S:in Francisco a cargo of regu lar p.istncr tires was taken to Jyis Anfn. Tiie run to I'hoenlx was med "Prlil." In Phoenix th trucks will take on lea! of tales of lonr staple cotton to he taken to the Goodyear fabric nulls at (iocdyear. f Connecticut. They expert to depart from here on Tues : morning. Covered "with canvas md psinfpd dark with Inscriptions 'it i.ad- "Transcontinental Motor I- pr--;s. Hoston to Frisco." the trucks .! imposing affairs. Thoy are ,1-tnn trucks with 5-ton jnwer plants. The pneumatic tires rn tlio front wheels are C hv 7 Inches, r,- rn th rear wheels, 44 by 10. At e.tch. which Is the price of these " tn''h monsters, the ordinary motor- t would not aie to buy many of Tl'oi. front of the Interior of the hp fitted ui as sleeping quar- r frequently the men are com- reninin out nil night. No rnechanical trouble has been encoun treil en the trip, nor any tire trouble l.iml the usual delays. Hut the i utv has been delayed on account of sk bridges which In many cases had o he rebuilt before tho trucks could pt arross. In crossing under the Kanta Fe tia.ks near present t it was necessary t let the air out of the tires and to itic trenches for the wheels, as the . Iarn lacked two feet of being enough to allow the trucks to bo under. With relief drivers, the run has been mad as nearly -J4 hours each day as t oslble. The party was met in rhoenix hy P W. l.itchflebl, vice-president of the i.oodvear company, who is the father .- tho pneumatic truck idea and de- cne.1 the first pneumatic, lire for tiu-ks. There was another member of the Prt. a dog. 'Tyro,'- who voluntarily added himself to the party somewhere in Nevada. Since then he has ridden en the running board of the pilot car. In crossing the desert the dog was pro i.led with gortrles to combat the linst. A movie nian accompanies the party rl is taking pictures of nil the inter ring places on the long trip. SPEEDER IS FINED James Korts o . n was fined $10 by Justice Wheeler ' -t. r.!.iy for exceeding the speed c' on North I'entral avenue. The tl IK ks I. I . to I lie, Carl Anderson, Insurance. Arizona Hardware Supply Co. Arizona Granite Co. The Barr Agency. Haswitz Cigar Co. Bert O. Brown, Chevrolet distributor. Hlo'ck & Fogle. FSuntman & Kellogg. Kyrd Tailoring Co. Uusy Drug Store. A. I Boehmer Drug Store. A. W. Branch Studio. Consolidated Ticket Office, U. S. Sailroad Administration. Central Bank of Phoenix. rollings Vehicle & Harness Co. Copper State Cigar Co. j Crystal Ice Co. j Corner Drug Store. Dorris-Heyman Furniture Co. Kgypt Stage Co. Kagle Drug Co. Five Points Drug Store. i Ford's Stores. ' Ford's New Annex. ! Funk, B. A. j 'iass Brothers. Cetslnger, B. W real estate. C.alpln, A., office. Goldman Implement Co. Ureer Plumbing Co. Holt Realty 'n. Henderson Bros., groceries. Hunter Drug Store. Inspector of Weights and Measures, state house. Jordan & Grace. Kay. Harry Co.. real estate. Ketchle, K. P.. barber. Kerr ft Smalley Music Co. King Bros., bicycles. Kunz Brothers & Messenger. McArthur Brothers. Messenger, The. Manufacturing Stationers, Inc. Maricopa Creamery. Marshall. K. A. Co. Miller, S. C. Co., real estate. Morgan Printing Co. New York Iife Insurance Co. New York Candy Kitchen. Owl Cigar Stand. Owl Drug Co. o'Mallcy Lumber Co. Falace Hardware & Arms Co. Phoenix Candy Kitchen. Phoenix Iron Works. Phoenix Motor Co. Phoenix Public Library. Phoenix Savings Bank & Trust Co. Price & Price, insurance. Ramona Candy Kitchen. Sanitary Grocery. Santa Fe offices; Santa Fe passenger station; Santa Fc mechanical depart ment. Schaeffer, M tailor. Sherid Mercantile Service. Switzer's Style Shop. Southern Motor Co. State Tax commission. Thayer, Kzra W., hardware. Teachers of the city schools. Triholet Packing Co. Talbot & Hubbard, hardware. V". S. Weather Bureau. I'. S. Indian School. L". S. Indian School Sanitarium. Valley Furniture Co. Valley Plumbing & Sheet Metal Works. Wetzler, A., Grocery. Wakelin Grocery Co. Weldon, H. T.. real estate. White & Wesley. Whitney undertaking establishment Wheteley Repair Shop. Arizona Motor Sales Co. PLOW WIN . 10-20 TRACTO The approval of all who saw them at the Exhibit and Dem onstration at the State Farm yesterday. Six sales resulted on the grounds. Get yours while they are obtainable o PHOENIX TAPLEY CO., line MESA Arizona Auto Paint Co. Arizona Steam Motors. Arizona Battery & Ignition Co. Arizona Seed & Floral Co. Apache Garage. Bennett & Co., E. J. Bennet, Paul, Supply Co. Batcher's Garage. Doyle Auto Co. Double Thread Tire Co. Dunn & Co., R. G. Ford Garage. Ferguson Keeler Co. Fisk Rubber Co. James, W. K. Jefferson Garage. Kissel Auto Co. Luther RealtyCo. Martin Bros. Matthews Garage. Motor Supply Co. Messner. Cal. Motorcycle Co., The. Munson Brothers. Myers Lieber Advertising Service. Novack, T. J. Orr & Miller. v Overland Arizona Co. Tascoe, E. E. Prince Co., Herbert S. Roper Motor Co., B, D. Reuf Electric Co. Reuter, H. W. San Francisco Security Co. Smith. Hughes & Co. Thompson's, Pete. Van Meter & Wilson. Vogel Radiator Co. 'Washington Street Garage Whyman Machine Co. Western Machinery Co. Western Auto Supply Co. HELD TO ANSWER FOR THREATS AGA1NSTL IS. Use The Repubican Classified Pages for Results Read for Profit. The most violent, vile and obscene questionnaire ever received by any local board from a registrant went to the Maricopa county local board yes terday from William Frank Michael, native-born American and alleged an archist. Michael is 35 years old. Only a por tion of his questionnaire was made out. On the margin was written: "You and the d n government can go to h 1. I am through with the govern ment." But this was by no means all. Violent utterances, reeking with vul garity, were written all over the mar gins of the questionnaire, which had been sent him to fill out. He regis tered September 12. Added by means of a threat to one of the explosions against law and or der was written: "Don't you dare to send an officer after me, or there will be some killing." The Phoenix police were notified and Detective Crowe was detailed on the case. Michael had registered from a small rooming house on the east side. t rowe surprised Micnael seated on a bed. Michael demanded a warrant. Crowe said: ."You are the only warrant I want." Crowe took Michael to the city jail and iie was then immediately transferred to the county jail and the local board notified. Dr. A. B. Nichols, member of the board, went to the court house and had Michael brought to him for an inter view. The interview was short, be cause the utterances of Michael against the government were so violent and his language so profane that Dr. Nich ols ordered that he "be thrown back into jail." It is now a department of justice case and Michael will be held for the federal grand jury. o- - IF YOU MISS YOUR PAPER City subscribers who do not re ceive The Arizona Republican promptly should telephone the cir culation department, phone 4331, before 8 o'clock in the morning and a copy will be immediately tent them. P - It makes no difference what your wants may be, you can have them supplied by using and reading The Re publican's Classified Pages Arizona's Leading Advertising Medium. EXPERIMENTAL FARM RODEO AND TRACTOR SHOW GREAT SUCCESS (Continued from Page One) Arizona University, was next intro duced and made a ringing patriotic appeal in his well-known style. De claring that there is but one object in life for the American people at this time, to win the war. Dr. Kleinsmid flayed Germany for her crimes against civilization and humanity, and declar ed that Germany should be made to pay, so far as payment could atone for the grief and destruction she has vis ited upon mankind, though it should take her a thousand years. After the speeches club demonstra tions for the benefit of the boys and girls were held by E. B. Oxley, county club leader, and conservation demon strations were held for the women by Miss Amy Dinsmore, home demonstra tion agent for Maricopa county, while the men folks went back to the fields to watch the tractors perform or made tours of the growing crops under the guidance of the superintendent. Wire for. Motor Car Contrary to the seeming ideas of there is consider the properties of many car owners, able difference in electric light wire. . For instance, the resistance or No. 10 gauge copper wire 1- feet long is s-i ohms. That o th same lenstn of No. l'i wire is four times as srreat. 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