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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1919 ARIZONA'S (f)NLY POME (POMPANY IUl Money j) Kept 1111 at V Home HOT WEATHER Increases Fire Hazard There's just one way to prevent loss, and that is to have it insured. Don't wait until you have a fire. Do it Today. Don't you know that the greatest number of total fire losses pccur on farms, because of inadequate fire protection? There's just one way to save yourself and that is to have it insured. YOU DON'T NEED TO BE AFRAID OF THE AUTO THIEVES, OR ANYTHING ELSE IF YOU HAVE YOUR CAR COVERED BY OUR COMBINATION POLICY. Tell your agent to "Write it in the Home Company." He'll be dad to do it ARIZONA ORE INSURANCE (PO. kk Agents 11 All 11 Represent jUs HOME OFFICE PHOENIX, ARIZ. NO RTHSIDE Department Peria Glendala L. E. Kingman, Manager and Correspondent Office with Myers A Carrittk Glendala Phone No. 6 GLENDflLE IS NATION'S CANTALOUPE CENTER GLENDALE, July 6. Glendale is be coming a very busy place. Every evening the streets are blocked with trucks and wagon loads of cantaloupes. The number of carloads being shipped is increasing each day. On W ednes day, 65 carloads left Glendale, Thurs day 85, Friday 94, and on Saturday it was expected that the number would exceed 100. This is remarkable, when it is taken into consideration that the i greatest number of cars shipped from Glendale last year on any one day was 59. The peak of this year will probably exceed 125 cars daily. Crutchfield & Woolfolk's loading shed is swamped with melons, Dawdon Brothers are busy. The United Pro duce Growers association is not ship ping in car lots this year. This is a local concern. All of their melons are going by express to points in Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico. Mr. Dunn, representative of the Fred Harvey system of the Santa Fe, started shipping to the Harvey houses and dining car service on the Santa Fe lines Wednesday. The United Produce Growers' association is furnishing his melons. "A REMARKABLE LIE. j(St. John Ervine in the Manchester J Guardian). I suppose that the first proverb I taught to every child in this country is that one which says: Karly to bed and early to rise j.Makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise. I And I do not doubt that parents, in Jspite of experience, will continue to teach this remarkable lie to children until the end of time. o THOSE GIRLS (Boston Transcript.) "Maud says she" isn't going to sing for nothing any more." "Hm! If I had her voice I wouldn't sing for anything." Spacious, Speedy Auto Vans do our work and do it far faster and better than horse-driven vans. Besides, it's more hu mane; horses should be used only for light hauling. We pack, mark, move, ship, store and handle your goods in any way you de sire. Our service is unsurpassed and our charges reasonable. Get our estimate. Chambers Transfer Co. 18 South Central Phone 1228 Y.W.G.A. JUNIORS AT GAWIP ESTELLE New Roof for the Ford Garage Ed Rudolph is doing some extensive remodeling on his garage here. The old roof is being entirely rebuilt. The roof formerly was of sheet iron. It is being replaced with asbestos roof. The Phoenix Roofing Co. is doing the work. and Mrs. Giles left Tuesday evening for uie cuasi io escape ine neat ot rne val ley. The Conference for Younger Girls of the T. W. C. A. of Arizona and Cali fornia, is to be held at Camp Estelle, near Camp Baldy, July 9 to 16- Boating, bathing, mountain climbing make days invigorating. Camp fires with songs and stories make evenings entertaining. In the mornings there will be reveille, tent inspection, flag raising discussion groups, technical l hours for girls and leaders. The dele gates to this conference from the Phoe nix Hi-T club are Katherine Hancock, Mary Duebler, Eleanor Wilkinson, Mil dred Dorrisand Gladys Marley. The girl reserve groups from the Adams school will meet at the T. W. ,C- A. boarding home Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock. Monroe School Girl Re serves meet at 9:30 Wednesday morn ing. Reports on honors are to be given and members of the corps will provide a program of music and stories. The Hi-Y club will meet at the Y. W C. A- boarding home Tuesday evening at 7:30. Every member is urged to be present. "OLD MILL AT K. U. HISTORIC Swedish Immigrants Built Lawrence Landmark in 18o8 An odl windmill at Lawrence, Kans., built in 1858 is mentioned in an article on picturesque and historic mills in the English Mechanic and World of Science. The mill, the author says, was erected by Swedish immigrants, and bore the characteristic Turk's head of Swedish and Danish mills. The mill for years was a rendezvous for students at K. U. and many an alumnus recalls gatherings there. The place where it stood, for the mill was demolished several years ago, still bears the name of "Thp Old Mill," al though not a vestige of the structure remains standing today.. o HEEBIE THICKS THAT OUTWIT AGENTS' ake Your Summer Home in Southern California Ocean, Canyon and Mountain Peak Beckon during Hot Weather , Surf Bathing, Boating, Fishing, Dancing, Theaters, Motoring, Golf, Tennis, and Everything for Wholesome Recreation Cool Breezes with the tang of the Salt Water sweep the Southwest Coast from Beach to Mountain Top Lbs Angeles is the Metropolis of the Great Southwest.' You should visit this Beautiful Resort Chy of Six Hundred Thousand, the TOURIST CENTER OF THE WORLD NOW IS THE TIME TO GO For Comfort, Rest, Education, Amusement and Health Full information about everything in Southern California may be had free by addressing Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce WHY NOT -TV-SOHgTHINGUKE-IHIS TREADMILX. mONT STFPS KEEPS'EM CLEAR OFPW th' PORCH ! THIS DOOR BOi. ATTACHMENT' ORIVE3 EN AWW ? FLO SMAUPOX DIPT EC2L- C A And now TED e ace With the signing of Peace, the world is now buckling to the task of restoring commerce between Nations. In this work the United States must take a leading part. This means a strong demand for our products for as long a time as it is safe to look into the future. Every means of production-including farm products and metals -must be actively encouraged to supply the needs of other Na tions stripped bare of even the commonest necessities. The Valley Bank stands ready to help the reconstruction pro gram in Arizona by assisting every legitimate enterprise. Feel free to ask our assistance in meeting your financial prob lems. The success of our Customers helps us too. DIRECTORS C. E. Mills L. D. Ricketts R. E. Moore G. A. Olney B. M. Goldwater T. C. McReynolds J. H. Kibbey A. T. Esgate OFFICERS C. E. MILLS L. D. RICKETTS R. E. MOORE A. T. ESGATE S. H. STEWART SIMS ELY, Jr. L. G. GALLAND ' W. S. BRADFIELD H. C. WOOD H. B. THOMAS President Vice President Vice President Cashier Assistant Cashier Assistant Cashier Assistant Cashier Assistant Cashier Auditor Mgr. A jo Branch Statement of Condition Close of Business June 30, 1919 Comptroller's Call RESOURCES Loans and Discounts. $2,415,162.32 Overdrafts . ., 481.65 Liberty Loan Bonds 244,664.14 U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness 115,000.00 Stock in Federal Reserve Bank. ...... 18,000.00 School and Road Bonds .; , 199,300.00 Other Bonds and Securities . . . . 79,586.66 Furniture and Fixtures 26,438.28 Real Estate . . . .'. 146,685.06 Cash and Due from Banks. . .... 1,485,776.65 $4,731,094.76 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Paid In .............$ 500,000.00 Surplus . 1 :. . v 100,000.00 Undivided Profits ......... . . ... 59,138.28 Reserved for Taxes ; . .'. ,: '.. .... ., 17,745.50 Deposits .... . -. . . . . . . 4,054,210.98 $4,731,094.76 The Valley Bank Phoenix, Arizona For Your Savings 4 and Safety OU3T A SUGGESTION '