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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9. 191jrf
PAGE THIRTEEN
INTRODUCING
SMIRNOFF'S
ORIGINAL RUSSIAN
Shampoo Powder
AS THE VERY THING
The ladies have long wished for and needed
A real foaming, cleansing, healing, refreshing and
satisfying Shampoo.
Easy to apply thorough in its work.
INTRODUCTORY OFFER
Value 40c Price 20c
Contains
2 SMIRNOFF'S SHAMPOO POWDERS
3 SMIRNOFF'S BATH BLOCKS
A. L. Boehmer's Drug Store
304
Washington and First Avenue
Phone
300-5
Sheep and Cattemen's
SUPPLES
Wc carry a large and well assorted
line of supplies required by the
cattle and sheep man.
The quality is standard and the
price is right.
We solicit your business upon
these goods in any quantity.
AT THE SIGN OF THE DOG"
Save Your Money
Everybody should save and economize.
Why not when you purchase your Gas Engines!
We have some real bargains in used Engines.
Call and sec us we may have just the size you
want, if wc have, you can save some money.
Kunz Bros. & Messinger
Cor. Second Ave. and Jackson St.
JUVEKILE LIBERTY
LODGE TO
PRESENT
BRITISH FORCES, ONCE RIDICULED BY
GERMANY, PARADE STREETS OF COL(
PROGRAM SATURDAY
The Juvenile Liberty Ijodge of The
Fraternal Brotherhood have issued the
following invitation:
"Members of Maricopa Lodge No. 41.
J meeting and the social entertAinment
which will follow on Saturday, Febru
ary 15, 8 p. in. at K. K hall.
You will please come property at
tired, discard all mature, dignified
and superfluous manners and conduct
yourselves as becomes jolly, innocent,
agreeable children under sixteen years
of age.
Go back to childhood for one evening
It will do you good and only as such
will your presenre be desired."
The regular ritualistic work or the
lodge will be exemplified by the follow
in? officers: I'ast president. Frank Per
ry; president, Mildred Morris; vice
president, Ue-ssie Reynolds: treasurer.
Ruth Collins; secretary. Kthel Miller;
chaplain. Marion Martin; sergeant-at-axrris.
Franklin Johns; mistres-at -arms.
Ruth Davis; Poorkeeper, Ralph
Johns.
Immediately at the close of the lodge
the following program will be rendered,
llano Solo F.thel Miller.
Reading Bessie Reynolds.
Vocal Solo Ruth Collins.
Reading Frank Perry.
Games All members.
Refreshments.
Mrs. J. C. Reynolds is in full charge
of the evening for the Juveniles.
Uy the request of the lodge. Supreme
Trustee Baruett K. Marks will give an
account of the dnoit-srm of the legis
lature in rrgnrds to juvenile insuranc e
. o
U. S. SOLDIERS BEAT
FRENCH AT CATCHING
LAWN MOWERS
and
LAWN HOSE
We have a nic Una of F. & M. Lawn Mowers, ball bearing and high
arch, for tall grass. Wo have been selling the mowers for years, with
all customers well pleased. See ut for lawn tools, hoze nozzles, sprink
lers, grass shear and lawn dgers.
EZRA W. THAYER
EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE
12-130 East Washington Street 127-133 East Adams St.
f w - m y ft"-' " - ; jj ;
jit- I "'" 1
mm
Maybe Iench poilus can give the
Americans pointers on throwing hand
grenades, but it takes the boys from
the good old U. S. A. to teach their al
lies the grand old game of catch; as a
truckload of Florida oranges recently
distributed "over there" demonstrated.
This was revealed interestingly in a
letter received from an army and navy
"V secretary at the front. "To catch,
the French poilu reaches out both his
hands, with a desperate effort to pro
tect his face; but the American forgets
his features, and, with generations of
baseball, from the sandlot to profes
sional major league training, just
picks 'em out of the air with either
hand," writes he.
The fielding abilities of tne two na
tionalities were demonstrated when
the Red Triangle distributed a big mo
tor truck load of the southern saffron
spheroids direct from Florida's fruit
trees to the men up near the front
line trenches in France. As the "Y"
workers motored by detachments of
soldiers along the road they pitched
the oranges to them.
The first recipients were French sol
diers, an ammunition train. Most of
the men missed catching the oranges
tossed, two to a man, but lost no time
picking them up. The motor truck
British cavalry jogging through street in Cologne, Germany. Cologme
cathedral is in background.
In the early days of the wax the ex-kaiser characterized as con
temptible the British army. Today, while WUhelm hides in Holland the
British forces are occupying Cologne, the "show city" of Germany, u part
of the victorious allied axmv o occupation.
100.000 GREAT DIVIDERS ENJOY
The Love of Long Ago
Tou love and you want to be loved;
of course you do.
We're not a race of serfs.
Ixve is the perfume of life out
West, at any rate.
The Great Divide Is publishing old
and new love stories red-hot ones.
Real love Is an Instinct and our in
stincts are etrons.
Real human, honest-to-goodness
love as it actually exists in the breasts
of mortals today and as it existed yes
teryear is portrayed in original etories
appearing only in The Great Dtvide,
printed once a week. Read for your
self. Use this coupon:
The Creat Divide, 214 Post Building,
Denver, Colo.:
Gentlemen: I want to see what a real
love story is, so I inclose herewith
Twenty-five cents for a 12 weeks'
membership In The Great Divide
family.
whirled through a village filled with
American troops, and the fun began.
"Here the difference between the
FrencV and American methods was
shown." writes the "Y" secretary. "The
French had a high catching average
if each poilu nnbbed one out of ten of
the saffron globes, but the Americans
caught nine out of ten. One Yankee
standing on top of a little locomotive
drawing an ammunition train to the
front caught six in succession."
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NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
Furnlahed by R. Allyn Lewis. Prl-
I tfttA leoaerl virs to nil nrhanrpi
Am. Can 45,a
Am. Car & Foundry M
Am. Ixicomotive - 5s1
Am. Smelt. & R"fns 62
Am. Sugar Ref'i ,' 114
Am. Tel. & Tel 100
Am. Zinc, Dead . : S 11
Atchison SO -b
lialdwin Locomotive .. - . f6
Raltimore & Ohio 4'
Reth Steel Ds
Brooklyn Rapid Transit SV;t
California Petroleum 23...
Canadian Pacific 157
Central Leather
Ches. & Ohio D44
Chi, Mil. & St Paul 3liU
Chi. & Northwestern S4
Chi, R. I. & Pae. Ry 22
Colo. Fuel & Iron 34
Com Products Refng 4S
Crucible Steel 52 u
Distiller's Securities 52 "4
Krie 15 "4
General F.lectric 146V;
Great Northern pfd 91 Vi
Great Northern ore ctfs 37
Intcmatl. Harvstr., N. .1 112
Int. Mer. Marine pfd ctfs f TVi
Lehigh Valley 54
Louisville & Nashville 113
Mexican Petroleum 165'i
National Lead 4
N. Y. Central 71
N. Y N. H. & Hartford 2S
Norfolk & Western 105
Northern Pacific
Pennsylvania 44
NOTICE OF
CALL FOR BIDS ON
WfRB SOLDER & FRICTION TAPE
SEALED proposals, addressed to j
Commission of State Institutions ofi
Arizona, at State House, Phoenix. Ari
zona, and endorsed "Proposals for fur
nishing wire, etc.," File Number 19S3,
will be received by the said commis
sion until two p. m, February 10, J919,
and will be opened in the presence of
the bidders at the above time and place
and thereafter considered.
BIDS MUST BE ITEMIZED.
Certified check for five per cent of
the amount of the bid should be en
closed with same, to be retained as
liquidated damages if successful bid
der fails to sign contract. BIDS NOT
MARKED ON" ENVELOPE, AS RE
QUIRED, WILL NOT BE CONSID
ERED. Specifications may be ob
tained upon application to the Com
mission of State Institutions.
Prices must be f. o. b. Phoenix, Ari
zona. The commission reserves the right
to accept or reject part or all of any
bid. to divide between two or more
bidders or to waive any informalities
in any bid, as the interests of the
state may require.
THE COMMISSION OP STATE INSTITUTIONS.
Reading
Rep. Iron & Steel
Southern Railway
Southern Railway, pfd.
Southern Pacific
7
71 .,
2
67
7'i
Worried feet cause half the ills and
discomforts that harass the men and!
women of our age.
The Scholl "Foot-Eazer"
1 is a remedy. It is a scientific arch rapport of
cushion mat aupporta tne muscles and ten
dons and gives them strength to carry the
weight cl toe body at tne loot arch.
It dors away with all nervous and muscular'
train and quickly replaces the natural elta
ticity to the foot and prevents flat-foot with
ita painful consequences. ,
MaVea walking or standing absolutely comfort
able, keeps shoes in shape and fives the matepa
BTBceiDi arcn.
The Scholl "Foo-Ect Is made
f two German SiWwSprina, lmth9
er covered, and is spnnirr. flexible
and aeu-adjusUniT to all feet
andean be easily slipped
Bto any shoe.
They do not
need taekmror
pastina but are
easily chansed
from one pair to another,
If 7011 have any foot trouble whatsoever toe
Seboir "Foet-Eaxer" will aire you instant label
as well as rest and comfort.
All mzts lor men and women, S3.00
per pair.
We are headquarters for foot com
fort and the Scholl "Foot-Eaxar" is
one of the principal means of convey
ing it to you. Let us prove It
SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY
Phone 1704 29-31 E. Adams St.
rtudebaker Co 49
Texas Company 186
Union Pacific 1261
"I. S. Industrial Alcohol li)
Unit States Steel SSH
United States Steel, pfd. 1134
Western Union 87
Westinghouse Electric .... 41
Midvale .. 40',J
Q
Local Produce Market I
Apples are rapidly rising In price on
the local market Dealers are antici
pating stil more advances, and arc
buying up as manv apples as possible
for local distribution.
Cars of Yakima valley winesaps and
Hood river Newtown pippins will be
received Monday.
A car of Sunkist naval oranges and
a car of Sunkist lemons were received
from California yesterday. Large ship
ments of garlic and fancy almonds
were also received yesterday.
Dealers Arc Paying
From To
Ranch eggs $ .40
Putter 57 .65
Frvers. lb 23 .27
Hens, lb 22 .25
Ducks 1
Feterita 2.15
Turkey hens, lb 23
Tom turkeys, lb 25
Kaffir corn 2.25
Wheat 3.85
Barley 2.90
Alfalfa . 1S.00 24.00
Bran 1.65
Milo maize 2.25
Head maize, ton ;g.
Retail Selling Prices
I hi
mi jt m 1
We Fought and Won the War to Make the
World Safe for the Smaller Nations
Nov Help Them to Help Themselves
ARIZONA CAMPAIGN
FEBRUARY 10-17th
COPPERS j
Compiled for The Republican tiy I
R. Allyn Lewis, E. F. Hutton &
Co.'s leased w ire. Hotel Adams )
Building. 11 North Central Ave. I
n n
Bid Asked
COPPF.R
Arizona Binghamton 4 5
Anaconda Copper 56
Ariz. Com'l 11 Vi 11
Big Ledge
Butte & Superior 167
Con. Ariz 1H l'A
Cal. Ariz. 57 57
Cal. a Hecla 425 430
Calumet & Jerome i
Chile 17
Chino 32
Dundee-Arizona V 1
Green Monster 516 716
Greene Cananea 40
Iron Blossom 716 916
Inspiration .... 42
Iron Cap 14 14'4
Jerome Verde . . i
Kennecott Copper SOU
Magma 25 27
Magma Chief
Miami 21
Nevada Consol - 16
New Cornelia 15 16
Old Dominion 34 35
Ray Cons 194
Ray Hercules 2V 2'
Shattuck Ariz. 11
Shannon 2'i 2
Silver Kins
Sup. & Boston "2 2
United Eastern 4'i 4?4
United Verde Ext. 31 31
Utah 66
Verde Combination
Wright-Martin 3 3
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1 idedtv nrtkirt nnnTATinus
Furnished daily to The Republican
bv R. Allyn Lewis. Hotel Adams
bidg.
n
3, 1947 $98.00
1st 4s, 1947 jan.oo
2nd 4s, 1942 J92.60
1st 44. 1947 95.lm
2nd 4'4, 1942 94.08
3rd 4V, 1928 $93.08
4th 4'i, 1938 $94.02
Use The Republican Classified Tapes
Almonds, lb
Kcrcs
Turkeys
Hens
Butter
Sugar. 2 lbs.
.35
.45
.33
.32
.65
.20
Hour, 24-lb. sack 1.50
Apples, lb 10
Bell peppers, lb 25
Green chill, lb
Cabbage
Lemons, dozen
Oranges, dozen
Bunch vegetables, 2 for
Lettuce, per head
Dry onions
White onions
.40
.5!
.K5
.33
'.23
1.72
.05
.40
.40
.05
.10
04
.10
Egg plant, lb 10
1.00
.05
Bananas. 2 lbs.
Potatoes, sack . . .
Peanuts, lb
Pumpkins, lb. ...
Brazil nuts, lb. .
Artichokes, each
Filberts, lb
Celery, bunch . . .
Sweet potatoes, 3 lbs..
.25
3.25
.35
.04
.40
.20
.40
.20
.25
Squash, lb ' .06 ...
Peaches, lb. . .' .15
Cauliflower, lb 20 ...
Pears, lb 15
Imported dates, per box .30
Dates, box 40
Jonathan apples, box .. 3.50 ...
Casabas .06
Walnuts, lb .40 ...
Olives, qt. 25
Prunes, lb. 23 .25
Figs, 2 packages 25
Black figs, lb n. .30
Tangerines, dozen 35
Grapefruit, per dozen ... 4.00 S.50
Peas, lb .30
RECORD REPORTER
A Daily Report of Filings in
COUNTY RECORDER'S OFFICE
U. 8. DISTRICT COURT
STATE SUPREME COURT
SUPERIOR COURT
JUSTICE COURT
Compiled by Expert Searcher
L. D. Hiatt Zoa M. Hiatt
Phone 856s
THIS IS THE
aetwe-mnr ,
" fife v
1 it
See one in operation at Davies' Service Sta
tion No. 1501 N. Central.
A pump and measuring deviec,
for tlic express purpose of pro
viding safe and accurate liand
1 ling of gasoline or any light oil
fuels, for the purpose of serving
the publiir in The Way The Pub
lic Wishes To Be Served.
"See what you pay for.'' The
clear vision pump is speedy, eas
ily handled, neat. There is no
waste, and is the latest thing in
up-to-date service stations.
See
W. B. LYNCH
PHOENIX, MGR.
THE CLEAR VISION PUMP CO.
213 W. Washington St.
Will you keep a B
or keep a Cilild
The American Committee for Relief in the
Near East Announces that Arrangements Have
Been made Whereby Liberty Bonds Can Be Ac
cepted as Subscriptions.
The Committee Will Not Sell the Bond, But
Will Use Them as Security for Drafts Made by
Representatives in the Near East.
One $50 Bond Will Supply Food to a Starving
Child for One Year
GIVE THAT OTHERS MAY LIVE
February 10-17th
JWNINO PRODUCTS BOUGHT)
We tie Saelwn. Rrfiara ul Burets l Cold
SS)r Cffr. Coactnratct. Croide Ptrxtarti, Aailtm,j
HIGHEST CASH BATES PAID '!
WILD BERG BBOS.
EattMliaca' U Years
1 umces rauuc 010 j. ,
foartti ma Market Sis. Saa Fraadacaf
It makes no difference what your I
wants may be you can have them sup-
plied by using and reading The Repub- I
lican Classified pages Arizona's Lead-
ins Advertising Medium.
OITTLE PIGS MAKE
BIG PROFITS 1
Thw i no Vcwiness f hit kind CTEf w;if
tlutla PtyiuK Urtr proir than 4 O wu
hufrantnc-uodr eiprt manafc- start vm
ment. At hisii as S00 nrt profit . . ( A
has bom mti in six months un- raitina bomj
Jr rrtinarr farm conditions. iB Califori
it too him nener mr it
T5tnt i$75 w nor), invst m
bor under ur mvw preQt-ahiLrLu
piaa.
w Hta today for fnll parti col am
THE ASSOCIATED SWINE BREEDER?
8h Floor FUtiron Bidg.
544 Market St.
Saa Framciaco, Cai.
ma. under
our co ope
atWe plam.
We are Prepared at Any Time to
Buy or Sell Large or Small Lots
Of
United States Government
LIBERTY BONDS
LAWH0N & PIPER
Commercial Hotel Bidg.
39 South Central Ave. 1 Phone 1556
We Advise the Purchase and Are Making a Specially
LIBERTY BONDS
And Will BUT Or SELL, LARGE or SMALL LOTS
R. ALLYN LEWIS
Phone 1416
119 North Central Avenue
E. F. HUTTON & CO.
Members New York Stock Exchange
Private leased wire to all exchanges. 1
H. D. McPHAIL
Superior, Arizona
STOCKS BONDS
Correspondent, Tucker, Hayes & Bartholomew
Members New York and Boston Stock Exchange
for KpkuIim Kd for Profit.
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