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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1918
PAGE SEVEN
MINE OWNERS, RANCHERS
USE OUR GASOIL
for economical power, suitable for tractors, pumping plants and
stationary engines. This is power and lubricating oil headquarters.
Oil and water wagons for sale.
WILKY-WARTMAN OIL CO.
Phone 1SS7
Business Chances
FOR SALE OR LEASE Restaurant
anil furnished rooms, li'ti So. -ml
street. dr
I'l'KMSHlXG.S of 30 room house lot
sale cheap for cash on account of auto
mobile accident to the proprietress,
low rent and long lease. Call at D:T
North 4th Ave. lr
FOR SALE I will sell either all or j
one half of my manufacturing estab-
lishment. A fine opportunity for fro !
young business hustlers to get in and
make money; will bear investigation.
W. V.. Mnrin. 1115 .V. Second St. tf
Special Notices
EOfl LEASE Alaska Hotel at
House, 12 rooms, all furnished except
kitchen equipment, liest stand in
town, only one competitor restaurant,
write or wire, J. J. Cavanaugh, House.
Auto Time Table
PHOENIX-nLEN PALE
AUTO STAGE
Stations:
- Phoenix Berryhill Corner
Glendale E J. Kiock's
Stages Run Every Half Hour
Leaves Glcndale Leaves Phoenix
7:30 a. ra. 8:30 a.m.
to to
:00p. m. 6:00 p.m.
Night Service
icave jpnoenix :00 p. m.. 10:00 p,
Phone niendale 23
KGTPT STAGE CO.
Seven passenger cars to Tempe.
Mesa, Chandler, Gijbeit and Goodyear
Cotton Camps.
Cars every hour from 7 a. m. until
11 P. M. daily.
Phon 711 110 N. Central Ave.
EARLY MORNINa eTAGE for
Tempe or Mesa. Leave Arizona Re
publican o-fiee at 4:30 A. M daily.
Phone 846t. W. J. Rose. tf
BROOKS STAGE LINE
TOLLESON CASHION AVON
DALE COTTON CAMPS
Stages leave 112 East Washington
street at 8 A. M., 10 A. M., 12 A. M,
2 P. M.. 4 P. M., and 6 P. M.
Tclephone 4127 tf
Owm Ami Sftug
CADILLAC '8" SERVICE
GLOBE-MI A. Ml via ROOSEVELT
Leave Globe-Miami 8:30 a. m. dally.
Leave Phoenix 8:30 a. m. daily.
, SUPERIOR-RAY
Lvv Phoenix 9:00 a. m. and 4 p. m.
Leave Superior 9 a. m. and 4:30 p. m.
Leave Ray at 7:30 a. m. and 3:30 p. m.
42 South Central
Phone 1465
tf
Awnings
AWNING AND CAJfTING SEASON
now on. We make everything known
that will fool the rain and sun. Phoe
nix Tent and Awning Co., cornor First
and Monroe Sts., Phone nil. tf
Photographers
DON'T FORGET THE ADDRESS
Electric Studio. 37 W. Adams St. Ping
Pong Photos, 3 positions, 15c doz. Post
Cards, 3 for 35c; 80c doz. tf
Barber Shops and Supplies
Razors and safety blades sharpening
our speciahv.
BLANTON, 20S W. WSH tf
THE LITTLE SHOP
First-class barber work; children's
liaircutting a specialty; razors honed;
safety blades sharpened. Mrs. Helen
Hon. 31 H W. Washington ll-bn
Corsetiere
GOODWIN Corsets foi style, com
fort. Miss Regine Faerbcr. 240 N. 2nd
Ave. Phone 3707. 12-d
SPIRELLA CORSETh. Nora Smith,
Route 2. Phoenix. Ariz. Phone 8798. tf
MRS. C. L. HOLT, NuBone Cor
netiere. 814 .North Third Ave. Fhone
Z525, tf
Chiropractic
HAVE the cause of your disease ad
justed. Glaus, chiropractor, 35 I:.
Washington St.. I 'hone ::.",;,. tf
Dr. Geo. .1. Wahlennuiier, Licensed
Chiropractor. rjtj;.m 210 National Rank
of Arizona I'.klg. f'hon 4221. tf
DR. E. E. HELKRICH. Licensed
chiropractor. 218H West Washington.
Phono 4603. tf
Chiropodist
CHIROPODY Bunions, corns, cal
louses removed; painless and blood
iest; BOc each: moles, warts, etc., re
moved by electricity. 29-31 East
Adams St. Frank Shirley. Phone 1704.
tf
Carpet Cleaning
NOW IS THE TIME to have your
carpets cleaned. The Electric Carpet
'leaner. Phone 733. tf
FRANTC PREMIER electric carpet
cleaners for sale and rent. Easy
monthly terms. V. F. Potter, 331 W. i
Washington St. Phone '.49. tf I
Detective Service !
HAMILTON DETECTIVE SERVICE
- Experienced: investigation both
'xes. 25 East Washington. Phono
12-1
Dressmaking
EXPERIENCED dressmaker will
eall and do your dressmaking. Phone
5S2. 12-hs
SKIUTS and alterations a specialty.
35 E. Washington St., upstairs.' ll-2g
Plain Sewing. l"4'j; E. Wash. tf
DRESSMAKER, will sew at home
or go Q"i bv 'la;-. Phon 2S0. tf
Piano Tuning
HARRY A. PLEE Expert piano
tuning anil repairing. $.1. 10 years' ex-prrlrnL-e
with the Ktelmvay piano fae
toiy. All work' absolutely guaranteed.
1,0 li L". Van Eurcn. Phone 21i3. tt
143 West Jefferson St
Hides and Furs
j" i r rivmyiftmm
FURS
Notice to trappers, we can pay very
high prices for skunks, rackcoong and
fox and all kinds of furs. Don't sell
I your furs until you see us.
EFRON & CO.
1009 E. Madison. Phone 1832
tf
Millinery
LADIES' HATS made to order.
modeling. 128 North Third Street.
Re
tt Public Stenographer
Miss Houghton. 40S Fleming. 17S9. tf
Patent Agency
HAZZARD & MILLER
BOS Central Bids.. Sixth and Main, L. A.
H. Miller, g yi s. examiner U. S. Pat. Ot.
Hazzard's Roek on Patents Free, tf
Restaurant
AMERICAN KITCHEN
Short Orders All Night
35 North Center St.
TEE STNO. iroo.
tf
Sewing Machines
j THE NEW HOME SEWING MA
: chine company guarantee is unlimited.
I New machines, second hand machines,
,i : all makes. $." and up. We rent ma-
! chines. 331 W. Washington St., Phoe
I nix. Pnone 1249. H. I". Toole, man
! hct. tf
Turkish Baths
SULPHUR VAPOR BATH. J1.B0;
Shower, 35c. Ladies dept. 137 N. Cen
tral. Phone 4215. tf
Undertaking & Embalming
THE CEO. F. MERRYMAN CO.. 124
' N. Second Ave. Phone 651. 12-btn
MOORE & McLELLAN
Funeral directors and embalmem.
29 West Adams St. Phone 601. tf
New location. 134 West Adams
Transfer and Storage
CHAMBERS TRANSFER AND
STORAGE CO. Any kind of hauling.
Firerpoof storage. Phone 1282 or 3526.
tf
Vulcanizing
TIRE HOSPITAL OF PHOENIX
Vulcanizing and welding done
promptly and guaranteed. Out-of-town
work solicited. Arizona VuUan
Izlng Works. 207 West Washington.
Legal Advertising
NOTICE
I, H. K. Beauchamp, City Health Of
ficer of the City of Phoenix do hereby
give public notice that during the con
tinuance of the epidemic of influenza
in the city, no proprietor or manager
of a business establishment, hotel .or
club in the City of Phoenix shall per
mit the congregation of people within
his place of business In such a way
t hiit. theie will be assembled in any
room at any time more than one per
son for each 1200 cubic feet of air space
therein. Regulations previously issued
shall apply to eating places. The pro
prietor and or manager of the business
establishment shall be held responsible
for the enforcement of this order.
The above order is promulgated in
accordance with provisions of ordi
nance No. 236 of the City of Phoenix,
and that under the provisions of said
ordinance any person violating the
above order is guilty of a misdemeanor
and is punishable by a fine of not more
than Three Hundred ($300.00) Dollars
or by imprisonment not to' exceed nine
ty (90) days or by both said fine and
imprisonment.
Dated this 19th day ot November,
1918.
II. K. BEAUCHAMP.
City Health Officer
o
NOTICE
I, II. K. Beauchamp, City Health Of
ficer of the City of Phoenix do hereby
give public notice that during the con
tinuance of the epidemic of influenza
In thefity a report in writing on forms
provided therefore shall be filed daily
by every physician practicing within
the city. Such reports Rhall be filed in
person or by mail at the office of the
City Manager beginning November
20th, 191S. The reports shall state the
name and address of each patient in
the City of Phoenix who has come tin
i!er the care ol said physician duriing
the previous txenty-four hours, i. e.
new cases.
If no such new cases have come un
der the care of the physician during
the previous twenty-four hours, said
physician shal file report stating that
fact in the same way as above pro
vided for.
The attending physician shall plac
ard the residence of each patient suf
fering with influenza with quarantine
notice in form as furnished by the City
Health Department and shall maintain
such notice in a prominent location so
long as the quarantine is necessary.
Such card shall be removed only by or
der of the City Health Department.
This order shall remain in full force
BRINGING UP
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and effect until countermanded by the
City Health Department.
The above order is made in accord
ance with the provisions of Ordinance
No. 236 of the City of Phoenix, and
violations may be punishable under
the provisions of said ordinance.
H. K. BEAUCHAMP.
City Health Officer.
o
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF
THE COMMUNITY OIL & DEVELOP
MENT COMPANY.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS, That we, the undersigned,
have this day associated ourselves to
gether for the purpose of forming a
corporation under and pursuant to the
laws of the State of Arizona, and foi
that purpose do hereby adopt ARTI
CLES OF INCORPORATION AS FOL
LOWS: ARTICLE I. The name of this cor
poration shall be THE COMMUNITY
OIL & DEVELOPMENT COMPANY.
ARTICLE IL The principal place ot
business -f this corporation within the
State of Arizona, shall be at Phoenix,
in Maricopa County, Arizona, and the
principal place of transacting business
outside of Arizona, shall be at Minne
apolis, Minnesota, and such othei
places as the Board of Directors may
determine, where meetings of Directors
may be held and all business trans
acted. ARTICLE III. The general nature
of the business proposed to be trans
acted is to make contracts; to pur
chase, lease, option, locate, or other
wise acquire, own, exchange, sell, or
otherwise dispose of, pledge, mortgage,
hypothecate, and deal in mines, minimi
claims, minerals, mineral lands, coal
lands, oil lands, timber lands, real and
personal estate, water, water rights ana
to werk, explore, operate and develop
the same, and to extract any and all
minerals .oils and gas therefrom, and
deal in the products and by-products
thereof; to purchase, lease or other-
i wise acquire, erect, own, operate or sen
smelting and ore products works, oil
refineries, saw mills and power plants;
to do a general real estate, manufac
turing and mercantile business; to own,
handle and eontrol letters, natents and
inventions and shares of its own capi
tal stock and that of other corpora
tions, and to cancel and reissue shares
of its own capital stock; to" issue bonds.
notes, debentures and other evidences
of indebtedness, and to secure the pay
ment of the same by mortgage, deed
of trust or otherwise; to act as agent,
trustee, broker or in any other fiduciary
capacity; to borrow and loan money;
and in general to do and perform such
acts and things and transact such
business, not inconsistent with law, in
any part of the world as the Board ot
Directors may deem to the advantage
of the corporation.
ARTICLE IV. The authorized
amount of capital stock of this cor
poration shall be torty-five thousand
(J45,000) dollars, divided into nine hun
dred (900) shares of the par value ot
fifty ($50) dollars each.
ARTICLE V. At such times as the
Board of Directors may by resolution
direct, said capital slock shall be paid
into this corporation, either in cash
or by the sale and transfer to it of
real or personal property, contracts,
services, or any other valuable right
or thing for the uses and purposes of
said corporation in payment for which,
shares of the capital stock so issued
shall thereupon and thereby become
and be fully paid up and non-assessable
forever, and in the absence oi
actual fraud in the transaction the
judgment of the directors as to th
value of the property purchased shall
be conclusive.
ARTICLE VI.. The time of the com
mencement of this corporation shall be
the date of the filing of a certified copy
of these Articles of Incorporation in
the office of the Corporation Commis
sion of Arizona, and the termination
thereof shall be twenty-five years
thereafter, with the privilege of re
newal as provided by law.
ARTICLE VII. The affairs of this
corporation shall be conducted by a
Board of Directors, and such officers
as the directors may elect or appoint
and the following names shall consti
tute the Board of Directors until then
successors are elected and haye quali
fied: John H. Morley, K. S. Brown,
F. K. Nordgren, Horner .Tcffers, George
Roilke, F. J. Clifcorn and .7. C German.
Thereafter the Board of Directors shall
be elected from among the stockholders
at the annual stockholders' meeting, to
be held on the third Saturday of Jan
uary of each year. The names of the
officers who shall have chanre of tne
corporation affairs are: President
John H. Morley; Vice President, R. S.
Brown; Secretary. F. K. Nordgren
Treasurer, Homer Jeffers.
ARTICLE VIII. The Board of Direc
tors shall have power to adopt and
amend by-laws for the government of
the corporation, to till vacancies oc
curing in the board from any caus,
and to appoint an Executive Committee
and vest said committee with such
powers as they may determine.
ARTICLE IX. The highest amount
of indebtedness or liability, direct or
contingent, to which this corporation
shall be subject at any one time shall
be ten thousand ($10,000) dollars.
ARTICLE X. The private property
of the stockholders and officers of this
corporation shall be exempt from all
corporate debts of any kind whatso
ever. ARTICLE XI. The names, resi
dences and postofflce addresses of the
corporators are:
J. C. German, Minneapolis, Minne
sota, 618 Bosto i Block.
Homer Jeffers, Minneapolis, Minne
sota, C18 Boston Block.
V. K. Nordgren. Minneapolis, Minne
sota. 61 8 Boston Flock.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. We havs
hereunto set our hnnds and seals this
ISth day of June. 191S.
J. C. GERMAN (Sean.
HOMER JEFFERS (Seal).
F. K. NORDGREN (Seal).
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY
OF HENNEPIN, ss.:
Before me, Chester G. Rogers, ;.
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
sent them.
-
-
FATHER
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Notary Public in and for the said coun
ty and state, on this day lersonally
appeared J. C. German, Homer Jeffers,
F. K. Nordgren, known to me to be
the persons whose names are sub
scribed to the foregoing Instrument,
and acknowledged to me that they ex
ecuted the same for the purpose and
consideration therein expressed.
Given under mv hand and seal ot
office this ISth dav of June, 1918.
CHESTER G. ROGERS,
Notary Public, Hennepin County, Mm
nesota. My commission expires No
vember 1, 1921.
(NOTARY SEAL.)
Filed in the office of the ARIZONA
CORPORATION COMMISSION this 1
day of July, A. D., 1918, at 10:00 a. m.,
at request of Chester G. Rogers, whoso
postoffice address is 320 McKnight
Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMIS
SION. Ey F. A. Jones, Chairman.
o
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF
THE COMMUNITY OIL LAND
COMPANY.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS, That we, the undersigned,
have this day associated ourselves to
gether for the purpose of forming a
corporation under and pursuant to the
laws of the State of Arizona and for
that purpose do hereby adopt ARTI
CLES OF INCORPORATION as fol
lows: ARTICLE I. The name of this cor
poration shall be THE COMMUNITY
OIL LAND COMPANY.
ARTICLE II. The principal place oi
business of this corporation within the
Stale of Arizona, shall be at Phoenix,
in Maricopa County, Arizona, and the
principal place of transacting business
outside of Arizona, shall be at Minne
apolis, Minnesota, and such other
places as the Board of Directors may
determine, where meetings of directors
may be held and all business trans
acted. ARTICLE III. The general nature of
the business proposed to be transacted
is to make contracts; to purchase,
lease, option, locate, or otherwise ac
quire, own, exchange, sell, otherwise
dispose of pledge mortgage hypothe
cate and deal in mines mining claims,
minerals, mineral lands, coal lands, oil
lands, timber lands, real and personal
estate, water, water rights, and to worn
explore, operate and develope the same
and to extract any and all minerals,
oils and gas therefrom, and deal in the
products and by-products thereof; to
purchase, lease or otherwise acquire.
erect, own, opera I or sell smelting and
ore reduction woiks, oil refineries, saw
mills and "ower plants; to do a general
real estate, manufacturing and mer
cantile business; to own, handle and
control letters patent and inventions
and shares of its own capital stock
and that of other corporations, and to
cancel and reissue shares of its own
capital stock; to issue bonds, notes,
debentures and other evidences of In
debtedness and to secure the payment
of the same by mortgage, deed of trust,
or otherwise;, to act as agent, trustee,
broker or in any other fiduciary ca
pacity; to borrow and loan money; and
in general to do and perform such acts
and things and transact such business,
not inconsistent with law, in any part
of the world as the Board of Directors
may deem to the advantage of the cor
poration. ARTICLE IV. The authorized
amount of capital stock of this cor
poration shall be forty-five thousand
($45,000) dollars, divided into nine hun
dred (900) shares of the par value ot
fifty ($j0) dollars each.
ARTICLE V. At such times as the
Board of Directors may by resolution
direct, said capital stock shall be paid
into this corporation, either in cash or
by the sale and transfer to it of real
or personal property, contracts, serv
ices, or any other valuable right o
thing for the uses and purposes of
said corporation, in payment for which.
shares of the capital stock of said cor
poration may be issued, and the capital
stock so issued shall thereupon and
thereby become and be fully paid up
and non-assessable forever, and in the
absence of actual fraud in the trans
action the judgment of the directors
as to the value of the property pur
chased shall be conclusive.
ARTICLE VI. The time of the com
mencement of this corporation shall be
the date of the filing of a certified
copy of these Articles of Incorpyation
in the office of the Corporation Com
mission of Arizona, and the termina
tion thereof shall be twenty-five years
thereafter, with the privilege of re
newal as provided bv law.
ARTICLES VII The affairs of this
corporation shall be conducted by a
Board of Directors, and such officers a
the directors may elect or appoint, and
the following names shall constitute
the Board of Directors until their suc
cessors are elected and have oualified:
E. F. Rogers, H. R. Campbell. Charles
A. Jewson, Grace D. Schad. Hugn
Pritchard. C. M. Van Horn and R. E.
Lynch. Thereafter the Board of Direc
tors shall be elected from among the
stockholders at the annual stockhold
ers' meeting to be held r- tne thiru
Saturday of January of each year. The
names of the officers who shall have
charge of the corporation arrairs are.
President, W. F. Rogers: Vice Presi
dent, H. R. Campbell; Secretary.
Charles A. Jewson: Treasurer, Grace
D. Shad.
ARTICLE VIII. The Board of Di
rectors shall have power to adopt and
amend by-laws for the government of
the corporation, to fill vacancies oo
curing in the board from any cause,
and to appoint an Executive Commit
tee and vest said committee with such
pow-ers as they m;iy determine.
ARTICLE IX. The highest amount
of indebtedness or liability, direct or
contingent, to which this corporation
shall be subject at any one time shall
be ten thousand ($10,000) doklars.
ARTICLE X. The private property
of. the stockholders and officers of this
corporation shall be exempt from all
corporate debts of any kind whatso
ever. ARTICLE XI. The names, resi
dences and postoffice addresses of the
corporators are:
E. F. Rogers Minneapolis, Minnesota,
618 Boston Block.
H. R. Campbell. Minneapolis, Minne
sota, 618 Boston Block.
C. M. Van Horn. Minneapolis. Minne
sota. 618 Boston Block.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. We have
(Coprrlcht
Legal Advertising
hereunto set our hands and seals this
18th day of June. 1918.
E. F. ROGERS (Seal).
11. R. CAMPBELL (Seal).
C. M. VAN HORN (Seal).
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY
OF HENNEPIN, ss.:
Before me, Chester G. Rogers, a
Notary Public in and for the said coun
ty and state, on this day personalty
appeared E. F. Rogers, H. R. Camp
bell and C. M. Van Horn, known to me
to be the persons whose names are
subscribed to the foregoing instrument
and ackuowledged to me that they ex
ecuted the same for the purposes and
consideration therein expressed.
Given under my hand and seal ot
office this 18th day of June. 1918.
CHESTER G. ROGERS.
Notarv Public, Hennepin County, Min
nesota. My commission expires No
vember 1, 1922.
(NOTARIAL SEAL)
Filed in the office of the Arizona
Corporation Commission this 1 day ot
July, A. D., 1918, at 10:00 a. m. at re
quest of Chester G. Rogers, whose
postoffice address is 320 McKnight
Bldg., Minneapolis, Mtnn.
ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMIS
SION. By F. A. Jones, Chairman.
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF LOT
TERY CHANCES
Those still holding tickets - in the
W. S. S. lottery drawing which did
not take place are hereby notified to
present such tickets to the bank either
for redemption in War Savings Stamps
or cash, at the option of the holder, by
or before , December 1, 1918. After
that date such tickets will not be re
deemed, as this account must be
closed. Red, White and Blue Raffle
committee. Adv.
e o
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that by order
of the City Board of Health tnat artci
00 A. M. November 27tn. ISIS ana
during the continuance of the epidemic
of influenza in the city, and until fui-
ther order, no person shall frequent the
streets, business houses or other public
or semi-public places within the City
of Phoenix, unless a gauze or cloth
mask is worn over the nr e and mouth
in such a manner that the act ot
breathing is done through such mask.
The above order is promulgated in
accordance with provisions of para
graph 4386, Revised Statutes of Ari
zona, and under the provisions of said
paragraph any person violating the
above order is guilty of a misdemeanor
and is punishable by a fine of not more
than One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars or
by imprisonment not to exceed thirty
(30) days or by both said fine and im
prisonment.
Dated this 26th day of November,
1918.
Byorder of the City Board of Health,
II. K. BEALCHAMI',
City Health Office.
IRONSIDE IS
ARCHANGEL COMMANDER
ARCHANGEL. Monday, Nov. 25.
(By The Associated Press) Major
General Edmund Ironside of the British
forces has been appointed commander-in-chief
of the Archangel front, suc
ceeding General Poole.
Major General Marushewsky. who
was chief of the general staff under thi.
first Russian provisional government
at Petrograd, has been appointed com
mander of the Russian forces and gov
ernor general of the region of the nortn,
in succession to Admiral Vikorst.
THROWS OUT 9000 EMPLOYEES
Republican A. P. Leased Wirel
PITTSBURG.. Nov. 26. The West
inghouse Electric and Manufacturing
TUMULTY AND DR. GRAYSON TO ACCOMPANY
ABROAD; PARTY EXPECTED TO SAIL ON
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TENER TURNS FROM BASEBALL TO GOLF;
WDS IT HARD TO HIT .300 ON LLNKS
JOHisKTCNEK
John K. Tener, former president of the National league, is now one t
the -well knowm "devotees" of golf. Tener's finding golf as full of trouble
' as the National league presidency. Only the trouble in golf is just between
John and the balL They (or rather John's club and the ball) fail to get
together. Tener is practicing at the Garden City golf links under a pro
fessional. The ex-baseball mogul stands six feet four inches in height ana
is finding that his long reach and consequent great swing is handicapping
- him. He is coinz well, though, critics say.
company tonight issued an order foi
the immediate closing of five of its b:
shell making plants here. The plants
have been manufacturing shells of all
sizes for the I nited States and British
governments. The closing order was is
sued following receipt of telegraphrc
instructions from Washington cancell
ing contracts. Approximately 9,000 per
sons were engaged in the plant.
It makes no difference what your
wants may be, you can have them sup
plied by using and reading The Repub
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and Chicago Board of Trade
PRIVATE LEASED WIRE
STOCKS BONDS GRAIN
W. W. LAWHON, Local Manager,
Phoenix Offices, Commercial Hotel
STOCKS BONDS INVEST
MENTS R.Allyn Lewis
Private Leased Wire to All
Exchanges
Correspondent
E. F. HUTTON & CO.
Members New York Stock Exchange
119 N. Central Ave.
Phone 1416
PRESIDENT AND WDJE
SEIZED GERMAN LINER
transport Agamemnon; President
and. Mrs. Wilson; Dr. Cary T.
Grayson (extreme right), and
Joseph I1. Tumulty. ,
President Wilson's personal physi
cian,1 Dr. Cary T. Grayson, and his
private secretary, Joseph P. Tumulty,
will accompany the presidential
party when it leaves soon for the
scene of the peace conference. The
party will cross the Atlantic on the;
United States transport Agamem-j
non, formerly the North German
Lloyd liner Kaiser Wilhelm II, ae-
cording to Reliable information.
George McManus

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