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THE AIUZOXA KEPUBLICAX. .TllL'K'SDAY MOKXIXG. FEBliUAliY 20, 1919
SALE i.EM.:.ER II. F A,,1SZGA
Dishes both plain, hotel
and English vitrified
Rolled steel cooking uten
sils and equipment.
lArpost stock in Arizona
Wo guarantee to please
FIRM THAT MADL
Wholesale and Retail
222-224 W. Washington St.
ALL KINDS OF FRESH
WE HAVE IT
The World Famous
MANVILLE All Asbestos
T. J. SMITH, Mgr.
W. Washington St.
A nifssase to all physi
cians, veterinarians. dru;:
trists, live stcx-k associa
tions and live stock dealers.
Wo are distributors for
CALS, and we have a full
Eagle Drag Co.
E. C. STULTS
Phone 3035 21 3. Central Ave.
SOUTHWEST HAY &
101-421 S. Central Ave.
Phone 173: Phoenix
from a reliable shop that has the equipment to fur-
nish everythinc' in the printing line.
(Jet our prices on anything that's printed.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Address
Republican Job Office
I'hoenix, Arizona, or Phone 4331.
PHOENIX FINE FIELD FOR
B1K FIRM RAPID
Vernon I.. Clark, in 1011. established
himself in a small olf'co un Wall street
in this city and announced that he
wuulcl ill the future contract fur the
sale of brick and tile. Since that time ;'
his business has crown into one oj
the most dependable establishments in
the city, and is now occupying ofnccs ;
; i'.t 145 Went Monroe street.
Vernon 1 ('lark secured the agency ;
j for the prcducts in this section ot the :
j los Angeles Tressed Brick Company.
! and deals in a lull line of clay pro- i
1 duc ts, pressed brick, hollow tile roof- '
; ing. architectural terra cotta, sew r ,
I pipe and drain tile. He has recently '
! added to his wide variety of sales prod- '
j tict-s, a, compound for the cleaning of j
i all kinds of floor tile and linoleum. i
His business Hiipplifed the pressed
brick for the artistic residence of Jr.
Craig on N'ortU Central avenue, for
i the Harmon I 'ogle building. Koiri ls'.
I the Suit Kiver Valley tank at Mesa
ao.l tlic courthouse at HaTford. lie fur- i
ni.shcd the tile roofing for the Eiscle i
residence, the Kmil Canr. residence and
the C K. Kngland residence. Ho also
furnished tile roofing lor the Hhattuck
Copper company or Binbee, and for
the university building at Tucon. Iie
tii'es these bigger Johs. he has execut
ed contracts for hundreds of other lo
cal and state residents.
Seat covers inevitably get dirty affv
they have been in servile f 'r nomc j
time, and it is sometUs difficult to,
know just how to clean them. The
best way is simply to remove them 1
and scrub them clean on a scrubbing '
hoard, using non-ulkahne soup and j
EVANGELINE, IN BRONZE, WILL STAND GUARD
WITH THE OLD WILLOWS AT GRAND PRE
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What lover of -poetry has rot i "Farther down, on the slope of the : the spirit of the poem as no other
rlreamed of visitinsr the places made hill, was the well with its ! sculptor could. The model of his
immortal in sons? And what soncj moss-Rrown 'statue has boen purchased by the
has aroused this lontfincr more in- Eucket. fastened with iron, and near Canadian Pacific, who have commis
tcnselv than the f-tory of the RentU-; it a trough for the horses." ; sioned Philippe's son, Henri Hubert,
Acadians and their Great Banish-1 The iece f d t Grand pre ! also a distinfruished sculptor, to corn-
nent? Many have realized this am- , , iU - r ,. piete it, life size, in bronze, to be
b.tion. for Kova Scotia is easy to,0" vhlch 13 the well of Evangeline, tTecied the famous well.
r ach, and each succeedin? summer together with the old willows, has Thus will be added one more at
sees more hundreds making the pl-; been bought by the Canadian Pacific traction to a land full of attractions
primage to for the purpose of preserving it for : for artists, devotees of romance and
posterity. i matter-ol-tact sportsmen. - l ne art-
Bef ore he died last year, Philippe ' ists find an inexhaustible supply of
Hebert, the greatest of French-, subjects ranging from many-mile
Canadian sculptors, was engaged on long vistas of apple blossoms to un
a statue renresentini? Evanceline couth but picturesque fisherfolk: the
end orchards of which Longfellow leaving the land of her childhood and tomantically inclined find a land of
sang, and they try to retrace the . looking back in sorrow. ; legends and sieepy Deauty; tne
action of the poem by using as a1 Philippe Hebert was himself an sportsmen find fishing and hunting
guide the still remaining well which j Acadian and, although a perfectly , such as is seldom equalled and never
thp ooet described as 'happv exile in Montreal, entered into excelled.
"The Acadian land, on the shores of
the Basin of Minas,
Distant, secluded, stiil. the little vil
lage of Grand Pre."
There they find the meadows, dikes
iS TG BE DIVIDED
The i 10 000 estate of Mi s. Thomas
Kavanaush is to be divided equally
among her three children, Mrs. Hose
K. Bower. Miss Clara Kavanaup
and Charles Kavanaush. The estate,
however, is not to be distributed until
little Miss Kavanaush. who is 13. at
tains the mie of 21 and she and her
youn brother, who is now lt, have
completed their education.
This is the direction left by Mrs.
Kavanatitrh in her will, which was filed
in the office of the clerk of the court
yesterdav. Mrs. Kavanaush left all
her property, which consists larpely of
miriinK, stock and real estate, to the
l'hoenix Savings Hank and Trust com
pany to be held in trust for her chil
dren. According to the will the company
is riven full power and authority to
manas" and control the property for
the benefit of the two minor children,
to invest any and all funds of the es
tate, she directs that an income, suf
ficient to maintain and educate the
minors' he paid by the trustee to the
children's guardians, whom she names
as .1. C. Ievine of Hay, and Charb
Henry Cutting of Xewburyport. Mass.
lietore calling on the trustee for any
income the guardians are .nsked to use
the income from the children's own
property. If the iruardians are not
able to qualify because of their non-resiueni-e
they are nevertheless to be
consulted with reference to the care
and bringing up of the children.
The l'hoenix Title and Trtist com
pany is also named as executor and
vesterday filed its petition for probate
of the will and letters lest inient nry.
The matter will be heard before Judfr"
Lyman on March r,.
Mrs. Kavanauph was one of the best
known women in this city and her
death on February i was generally
mourned. She was a woman deeply in
terested in public welfare and her
charities were unlimited. She was the
widow of one of the original owners of
the itay Consolidated Mining company,
although at her death she wa only
possessed of fi'0 shares of the stock,
valued at $12,000.
We have several of the finest
Ranches in the Salt River Valley
that we will be- pleased to shovv
Herbert S. Prince Co.
14 West Adams Street
REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE
Members Maricopa County Real Estate Board
Issuing a. warning against gambling.
Sheriff John (1. Montgomery yesterday
announced that .steps would soon be
taken to enforce the anti-gambling law
to the letter.
While the sheriff refused to outline
M plan other than to say that gam
bling must cease in this ooiin'y, it Is
understood that his deputies have not
been idle in this direction and have
been "spotting places whefc- gambling
has been and is being conducted. It
is said that a number of local pool
hails will come under the law enforce
ment plan of the sheriff unless there is !
an immediate change in the custom of i
but he rarely succeeds, because he is
overburdened with trie weiaht of many
things one of them a mortgage he is
afraid he can never pay off.
Yet there is hope for the rope liar
riess farmer if only he can manage
to study out the possibilities of his
little farm and get a new start with
something that will pay.
Along come a man possibly a
thrifty Swiss or Dane and settles
down beside him and begins to raise
goats or rabbits or turkeys or even
such commonplace livestock as swine:
and as the rope harness farmer
watches the growth of the newcomer's
enterprise he sees a great light. He
sees his neighbor making money and
he tries his hand, and if copying Ins
peculiar kind of farming Ije also copies
his thrift it will he well with him, and
the rope harness may soon'be replaced
by a leather one, and the wife and the
children may dress a little better and
have better things to (t.
For, after all. If thrift be hitched
up with that other good old horse. In
dustry, rope harnesses will soon be
worn out. And they certainly never
can stand the tug put upon them by
the right kind of enterprise.
FARMERS BENEFITED MOST
; CWill Payne in the Saturday Kvening
At least UTi million people in the
I nited States are on a pay roll, living
on wages and salaries. As to other
large contingents, such as miners, lum
bermen, teamsters, farm laborers, we
have evidence of much higher pay. As
to still other contingents the evidence
is more fragmentary. For eample. 1
krow of no statistics covering three
million persons and more in doraestl
Ti(I personal service, hut every woman
who hires a domestic servant knows
that wages have advanced briskly.
Next to those on a pay roll the most
numerous division of the population
consists of six million farmers. The
Only the Best in Black
smith. Hardware, Paints
and Amazon Tires.
Wholesale and Retail
Cor. 3rd Ave. & Buchanan
Kimball & Pathe
Kimball and other stan
dard makes of pianos and
Sheet music and musk
KERR & SMALLEY
2nd Ave. & West Wash. St.
Vulcanizing and retread
ing for the trade.
SAUFLEY RUBBER CO.
Cor. Monroe and First St.
Hove you considered
It's the ideal material for
this climate. Ask about it.
Vernon L. Clark
145 West Monroe St.
John F. Barker Produce Co.
33-35 W. Jefferson St.
P. O. Box 1380
The Leading Produce House In Arizona
department of agriculture will no
doubt put the gross value of farm
products this year well in excess of
0.0n0 million dollars, against a little
le.ss tha nH',000 millions in 1!114. This
means, for example, the gross value of
all the corn as well as the gross value
of the hogs and cattle that ate the
corn; it contains duplications.
But of all products considered in big
groups war has increased the price of
far mproducts most. From July, .1314,
to August, 1918, the wholesale price of
all leading commodities taken together
increased Kir, per cent in the United
States, while the price of farm pro
ducts increased 111 per cent. The farm
price has benefited most. No big group
has benefited more than farmers.
It: makes no difference what your
wants may be you can have them sup
plied by using and reading The Repub
lican Classified Pages Arizona's Lead
ing Advertising Medium.
REG. U. S. PAT. OFF.
on the Coast and small wonder:
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Comfort Every Minute
That's why it is beins worn bv
thousands of men in all walks of
I ill Office Men Hikers .Motonnen
II Attorneys Farmers Conductors
llll rhvuci&ni Orchirdiiti Huntm
I I Look for the name Buckhecht
stamped on the sole of every Shoe
If not obtainable from your dealer,
send name and your order direct to
$7-oo to $30
(San JYanoisco Kulletin.) '
If there, is a pitiable object on this'
fairly pleasant planet, it is the "rope j
harness farmer. You will find him
out on the prairies or hidden away in
the hills, where, he is scratching out
a bare living on forty acres of half- i
tilled fields that stand on end and in
which it is easier to roll than it is to
He Hves in an nnpainted shack full
' of flten. Ha dresses like a scarecrow
I and his wife and children are similarly
; clothed. When his horses are hitched
i to the plow they lean against each
j other and look ready to fall at the end
John F. Barker Produce Co.
133-135 W. Jefferson
Phone 1696 - P.O. Box 1380
The Leading Fruit and Produce House in Arizona
We pay Cash for Eggs and AH Kinds of Valley
Products. For Sale Egg Case Fillers and Egg Cases
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