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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 16, 1919
PAGE SIX
CORRECTLY FITAED GLASSES
enable you to SEE clearly, THINK
clearly. CONCENTRATE upon the.
work in hand.
Northrup Optical Co.
ra-v 9 E. Adam St.
appointment
I
LEO WEA R
of Babbitt Brothers Trading
Company., says: if you have
dimmers in your head lights,
use them. It might save the
other fellow from going into
the ditch. '
mm
DR. J. G. BELT
NEW SYSTEM DENTIST
Monihon Building Office Phone 605
ture since January 1. 10 degrees.
Normal precipitation January 1 t.
date, 3.21 inches.
Actual precipitation January 1 to
date, 3.06 inches.
Deficiency since January 1. .15 inch.
ROBERT Q. GRANT.
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OBITUARIES
DEATH OF JOSEPH CANTLON
Joseph D. Cantlon, 215 South Twelfth
avenue, died at his home early yes
terday morning aged 34 years. He is
survived by his wife and three chil
dren and has been a resident of Phoe- j
nix for three years, coming here from
Tennessee. He is a member of the
W. O. TV. and the Methodist church
south. No arrangements for the fu
neral have yet been made."
WATER REPORT FOR JULY 15
''3 88 East Washington 8U
1 Abovs Goldbergs' Clothing
t j Store
V ? Phone 3089
M
KSfieMaateeeaau
Reservoir elevation 159.58
Contents, acre feet 491,812
Gain, acre feet 17,180
Normal flow 364,040
Water used, north side 42,520
Water used, south aide 40.790
Klevation year ago ............ 171.86
Contents, year ago 618,296
WEATHER FORECAST
Arizona: Wednesday and Thursday,
showers and thunderstorms; rising
temperature east portion
New Mexico: Wednesday and Thurs
day generally fair and warmer,
West Texas: -Wednesday partly
cloudy; Thursday generally fair.
Southern California: Fair.
Death of Mrs. De F. McConnell
Mrs. De Fransa McConnell, wife of
Captain W. W. P. McConnell, 710
North Second street, died Monday
night of heart trouble. Funeral serv
ices will be conducted at 10 oclocK
this morning at the J. T. Whitney
undertaking parlors, 134 West . Adams
street. Interment will be in Green
wood cemetery. Captain McConnell
publishes the Great Southwest Farmer,
and Mrs. McConnell edited a depart
ment called "Woman's Realm." For
many years she was teacher at one
of the Minnesota state normal schools
at Mankato. The deceased was
years old and, with her husband, had
been a resident, of Phoenix for four
years.
Money to Loan
On your furniture, Pianos, Automo
bile, Livestock, Implements, etc., in
sums up to $300 at lawful rates. Re
pay in small monthly instalments if
desired. Jut and courteous treat
ment. Peoples' Loan and
Investment Co.
23 E. Washington Street
Over Donofrio's
Phone 1396
DONE
"Pone?" Yes. we finish our day's
work and spend the remaining hours
at what we think is rest. But come
to think, our eyes work 12 to 18
hours every day and during that
time there is never a stop or rest
Are they getting the required
help?
MUNSON OPTICAL CO
8 K. Washington' St.
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WEATHER REPORT
a 2 w a
! f 8 i
? ? 6'
H i O
Stations ?
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m ; ;
Boston ..68 80 Cloudy
Buffalo 66 70 Cloudy .14
Chicago 68 76 Clear
Denver .. .: "6 80 Clear .01
Flagstaff 60 66 Rain .81
Fresno 102 102 Clear
Galveston ..86 90 Ft. Cldy
Kansas City 82 84 Pt. Cldy ...
Los Angeles 74 80 Pt.Cldy ...
Minneapolis 78 78 Clear
Needles 104 106 Clear
New Orleans 78 92 Rain .36
New York 68 72 Cloudy
PHOENIX . . 87 90 Cloudy .30
Pittsburg 72 84 Rain 3.38
Portland, Ore. . . . 88 88 Clear
St. Louis 84 88 Clear .08
: Salt Lake City ....94 94 Clear
San I'iego 72 76 Clear
San Francisco ...58 64 Clear
Spokane 102 103 Pt.Cldy ... .
S Tucson 84 86 Pt. Cldy .40
' Washington SO 82 Rain .64
Winnipeg 78 S4 Clear .12
, Yuma 96 96 Clear .04
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Local Weather Yesterday
7 a.m. 1 p.m. i p.m.
84
73
60
E
87
56
E
0
Temp., dry bulb 73
: Temp., wet bulb 71
Humidity, per cent ...91
Wind from E
Wind, miles 3
Rainfall 30
Weather Cly Pt. Cldy Cldy
Highest yesterday 90
Lowest yesterday 72
Total rainfall 30
Deficiency in temperature yesterday,
10 degrees.
Deficiency in temperature since the
first of the month. 21 degrees.
Accumulated deficiency in tempera-
Funeral of W. P. Doheney, Sr.
Funeral services for the late William
P. Doheney, Sr., will be held Thursday
morning at 9 o'clock at , the funeral
chapel' of J. T. Whitney on West
Adams street. The services will be
public. Frie,nds who wish to view the
remains may do so between the hours
of 4 and 7 o'clock this evening, at the
Whitney chapel.
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? TOWN TOPICS 7
FROM GLOBE Max Fiedler arrived
in the city Monday night from Globe.
He is staying at the Hotel Adams.
FROM ST. LOUIS F. H. Wood of
St. Louis, arrived in the city yesterday
and is staving at the Commercial hotel.
PRESCOTT BANKER IN E. W.
Wells, president of the Bank of Arizona
at Prescott, spent yesterday in the city.
FROM EL PASO S. O- Lewis of El
Paso, arrived in the city yesterday and
is sstaying at the Hotel Adams.
GOING EAST Edward Bowen left
last night for Kansas City-b? way of
Ft. Worth and the Texas oil fields.
VISIT HERE L. C Bennett and
wife, of Ft. McDowell, spent yesterday
in the city. They are registered at the
Hotel Adams.
FROM FLORENCE M. Twain
Clemans of Florence, spent yesterday
in the city, registering at the Hotel
Adams.
FROM KANSAS CITY Mr. and-Mrs.
T. F. Chantron, of Kansas City, Mo.,
arrived in the city yesterday. They are
registered at the Commercial hotel-
SILK MAN HERE Ernest Hesse,
silk manufacturer of Yonkers, New
York, arrived in the city yesterday and
is staving at the Jefferson hotel.
SENATOR BOWMAN A VISITOR
State Senator W. G. Bowman of No
gales spent yesterday in the city, arriv
ing Monday night.
FROM WASHINGTON Lieuteant
Hess and family, of Fort Casey, Wash-,
arrived in the city Monday night and
spent yesterday in the city.
TEXANS ARRIVE L. C. Curtis of
Dallas Texas, arrived in the city yes
terday and is registered at the Hotel
Adams.
OKLAHOMANS HERE Mr. and
Mrs. T- B. Johnson of Tahlequah, Okla.,
arrived in the city yesterday. They are
registered at the Commercial hotel.
HOME FROM VISIT Miss Margar-
"Hop" into a pair of Ed
win Clapp "Kangaroos."
You'll feel as satisfied
as Alcock and Brown af
ter their big "hop" over
seas. But with a difference!
There's no "briney deep" to sepa
rate you from the solid comfort
you'll get from them.
"Kangaroo" from Australia soft,
fine, tough and scarce.
Rogers- Peet Clothes
Knox Hats
McDougall & Cassou
Smalley
Alfalfa
and
Ensilage
Cutters
Need no introduction to prospective purchasers, as they have been used
in Salt River Valley for years with the-greatest success ever accorded
any cutter. Practically all the best feeders of livstock are using them
and will never use anything else. When buying buy a Smalley Cutter,
and you will have a cutter that will last a lifetime.
Collings Vehicle & Harness Co.
Phone 1385
and have your groceries
delivered to your door.
Sugar ---Sugar
10 lbs Granted Sugar
$1.00
26-32 East Adams Street.
Phoenix, Arizona.
HU LETTS PRICKLEY-HEAT
LOTION
Use at once, guaranteed by
ELVEY & HTJLETT
Quality Druggists
Phoenix Seed and
Feed Co.
Wholesale and Retail
125 East Jefferson St.
E. S. WAKELIN
GROCER
WHOLESALE
Constable Ice and
Fuel Co.
Phone 1555
PURE ICE GOOD SERVICE
WANTED
SECOND HAND SACKS
PHOENIX WOOD &
COAL CO.
223 South Third St.
Mack Gardner
Buys
DIAMONDS AND LIBERTY
BONDS FOR CASH
45 N. Central Ave.
Salt River Valley Oil Exchange
Best Opportunity Offered today We are offering a small lot' of stock
of the FRANK OIL CO.
This is positively the best offering that we have seen in a long time.
The Frank Oil Co.'s property and officers were thoroughly investigated
by Mr. H. P. Graville, president of the Oil Exchange (Incorporated)
Tucson, Ariz., and it looked so good to him that his company purchased
a block of the stock to offer his clients. He has placed on sale with us
a small block of this stock so we may offer same to our clients. The.
Frank Oil Co. has
5 ACRES 5
Northwest of Burkburnett
FRANK
OIL
FRANK
OIL
FRANK
OIL
They have proven acreage west
of Texas Chief, making 4,000 bar
rels; Jewel 5, making 3,500 bar
rels per day; New pool in Block
98, making 3,000 barrels per day.
THEY CANT MISS
CONTRACT
3 WELLS 3
CONTRACT
At Desdemona Drilling Site
Do you know that Ranger's Rock
Island Well is making better
than 2500 barrels per day at
DESDEMONA? They are not
over 500 feet from Ranger Rock
Island Welt.
THEY CANT MISS
Guaranteed
TITLES
Phoenix Title 4. Trust Co.
ARIZONA HARDWARE
SUPPLY CO.
The Only EXCLUSIVE
WHOLESALE
Hardware House in the State
Phoenix Flour Mills
Flour, Feed, Seed
PHOENIX, ARIZ.
Van Buren and Ninth Streets
HIDES
FINNIGAN-BROWN CO.
Exclusive Dealers in
HIDES, WOOL. PELTS, ETC.
I loth Ave. ana sania re i racxa
u
It makes no difference what your
wants may be, ou can have them sup
plied by using and reading The Repub
lican Classified pages.
FRANK
OIL
FRANK
OIL
FRANK
OIL
NEAR
CISCO
320 ACRES
THEY CANT MISS
When they get a , nice well .in the
new shallow pool in their 320
acres near Cisco, Frank Oil Co.'s
shareholders, will , ,be. sitting
mighty pretty about 20 to 1
shot LOOKS GOOD!
THEY CANT MISS
They protect their stockholders
by issuing a sworn statement
signed before a notary public by
the 10th of each month.
Think what this means to the
investor!
FRANK
OIL
FRANK
OIL
FRANK
OIL
FRANK
OIL
FRANK
OIL
FRANK
OIL
ite B. Stobs, clerk at the Indian school,
has returned from a ten-day trip to
Prescott.
FROM ST. LOUIS A. W. Fults ar
rived in the city yesterday from St.
Louis. eH is staying at the Jefferson
hotel.
FROM TUCSON Visitors from Tuc
son yesterday included Mr", and Mrs.
George Dykes. O. R. Maynard, Percy
Williams nd William C. Page.
SENATOR CAMPBELL HERE
State Senator Hugh E. Campbell ar
rived in the City Monday night from
Flagstaff. He is staying at the Hotel
Adams.
TO INDIAN SCHOOL T. B. Theus
of Savannah, Georgia, has been ap
pointed painter at the Indian school
and has arrived in the city to take
up his new position.
MELON PICKERS LEAVING
Scores of Japanese cantaloupe picker3
and packers are leaving for Turloc. A
whole carload left Monday night and
another carload followed last night.
FROM LOS ANGELES Los An
geles guests at the Jefferson hotel yes
terday included James E. Xevins, H.
f. Ferand.Thomas H. Sims add Paul
F, Langworthv.
TO LEAVE FOR COAST R. M.
Monaghan will leave today for oLs An
geles and Santa aBrbara to join his
wife and daughter Betty, who left two
weeks ago to spend the summer there-
CALL IMPORTANT MEETING
Property owners on the Tuma road are
requested to meet at the Fowler school
house Friaay evening July 18 at 8:30
p. m. to discuss matters of interest in
connection with the projected improve
ment of the road.
BIG GAIN IN THE DAM The
Roosevelt reservoir gained 17,180 acre
feet during the 24 hours ending yes
terday morning at 6 o'clock. This is
the largest gam since April 19, 191i,
when the gain was 30.892 acre feet. The
normal flow of M64.000 at Granite Reef
TO BERKELEY FOR VACATION-
is also exceptional.
Justice H. T. Ross of the Arizona su
! pi erne court left last night for Berke
ley, Calif., where he will join Mrs. Ross
for an extended vacation.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS TO MEET
There will be an important meeting
of the Royal Neighbors at the K. of
P. hall tonight to discuss the raise
in rates. A good attendance is nec
essary.
GOES TO PRESCOTT Prof. I. Co
lodny, former director of vocational
education, left last night for Prescott
lo join his family and spend a vacation
prior to assuming his new duties with
the Florence schools.
LEAVE FOR COAST Mrs. E.
Smallhouse and daughter, Maytea,
leave this evening for the coast where
they will spend the remainder of the
summer, returning in the fall to their
home In this oitv.
MOOSE MEET TONIGHT The
regular meeting of the Moose will be
held this evening. The meeting is of
unusual importance to the members.
H. A. Davis who represented the local
organization at "he national convention
at Mooseheart wtll make his ceport.
HOLD TWO STRAY MULES Two
fine looking mules are being held in
the city pound by Chief of Police Bris-
bois, who stated yesterday that they
are about due to be advertised for sale.
They will be put up for auction to-
Following are the
Nitroline Winners
On Monday's Drawing
and are entitled to three gallons' each of our Nitro
line Motor Oil. The contest still continues:
Gustave Starck, Scottsdale Lodge.
H. S. Ross, 626 N. Fifth Avenue.
E. G. Schinler, Route No. 2.
A. E. England, Arizona Apartments.
A. A. Armstrong, 2222 W. Washington St.
J. J. Burley, Scottsdale.
L. A. Jones, Box 625, Phoenix.
J. M. Ambrose, Route No. 1.
J. T. Thompson, P. O. Box, Phoenix.
Mrs. C. T. Roberts, 809 N. Eighth Avenue.
Remember, we continue this until the 150 gal
lons is gone. You better be a winner.
Nitroline Service Station
Fourth Avenue and Adams
Flour Flour
48 pounds Kansas Hard-
wheat eo ic
Flour tPO.iu
24 pounds Kansas Hard-
wheat ci an
Flour
Iowa Sugar Cora, 1 K
per can -LJV
Large can Calif or- IKn
nia Tomatoes -LU
Large package
Hydro Pura . .
13 lbs. Pink
Beans
3 10c Loaves
Bread
5 8-oz. bars White
Laundry Soap
3 cans
We can consistently recommend this stock to our clients of the Salt
River Valley at $1.00. Now selling at $1.00 par.
CAPITAL $150,000
Send us your name and address and receive a map showing the Frank
Oil Company holdings.
Salt River Valley Oil Exchange, Licensed Brokers:
Gentlemen: Enclosed find remittance of $ for which
please send me certificates for shares of the Frank Oil Co.
stock. -
Name
Address
ether with a pair of burros picked up
absut the same time.
"Y" SUMMER CAMP J. u. fcexson
secretary of the l. M. C. A., nas ieu
hv motor for a Y. M. C. A. summer
school and conference in California,
accompanied by his sister, Miss Hattie
Sexson. and his two cnuaren raui nu
Edith. After spending two weeks at
the conference, the party will motor
through the Tosemite valley. They will
return about August 15.
RECOVER A FORD A Ford car
belonging to M. M.. Bledsoe. 1546 West
Adams street, was recovered yesterday
bv the police after it had been missing
since Saturday night. -The machine
was found by Officer Papo on 19th
Avenue near Six Points in unusually
good condition. A silver cornet which
had been left in the machine was miss
ing. R. R. CHIEFS COMING Three
prominent railway officials visited in
the citv yesterday on an inspection
trip. They were F. S. McGinnis, gen
eral passenger agent of the Southern
Pacific T. C. Peck, general passenger
agent of the Los Angeles and Salt Lake
railway and F. J. Hyde, assistant gen
eral passenger agent of the Santa Fe.
They arrived in .the morning and left
last night for Ixis Angeles.
WILL BE OWN LAWYER
Liberty Bonds
Bought
CASH PAID
No Delay
Partial
payments
bandied
receipta
B. H. Dork
3 "West Adams
Phone 12
246
Sardines
Quart Grape
Juice
Pint Bottle Grape
Juice
Sugar Cured
Bacon, per lb ... .
Picnic Hams,
per lb
Bulk Soda Crack
ers, per lb
Jell-O, per
package
Quart Mason Jars, QQ
per doz JOt-
We deliver your groceries
to your door.
Special attention to Mail
Orders.
Marvin Smith
Grocery Co.
329 E. Washington St.
Phone 1387
20c
$1.00
25c
25c
25c
45c
25c
34c
32c
17c
10c
as his own lawyer, Arnufo Moreno will
conduct his case when his preliminary
hearing comes up before Justice
Wheeler at 10 o'clock Saturday morn
ing. Moreno is charged with the larceny
of $25 belonging to Pablo Guerro, from
whose purse he is alleged to have taken
the sum. Moreno was arraigned yes
terday, the court placing his bond at
$500, which he was unahie to furnish.
, RECAPTURE HORSES Horses re
ported stolen from Maricopa Indians
three weeks ago were captured hy A.
C. De Witt, county ranger at Tolleson
yesterday. The two horses and sad
dles were brought to tow n while depu
ties are searching for he thieves, on
whose trail they claim to be- De Witt
said the animals had been hard used
when he came upon them after an ex
haustive search.
CHECK YOUR BAGGAGE EARLY
Officials at the Consolidated ticket
office ask that persons planning . to
leave the city on the evening train to
buy their tickets and check their bag
gage in the morning if possible. Re
cently there were 153 pieces of baggage
Acting 'dumped In the office an hour and a
half before the 6 o'clock train was due
to leave. On another occasion the train
departure was delayed fifteen minutes
on account of failure of travelers to
check their baggage early in the day.
BIG RAIN AT ROOSEVELT Al
most an inch of rain fell during the
cloudburst Monday night at Roosevelt
The official figures from the weather
bureau place the amount of precipita
tion at .90 inch- There was .30 of an
iach of rain here Monday night. There
have been two inches jot rain at Fort
Apache in the last week, and Douglas
has had six inches and a half in the
last fortnight. Ranges throughout the
northern part of the state are reported
to be rounding into excellent condition.
1919
Buick
Light Six,
With Extra Equipment Only
driven one month Good as
New.
Roainer Motor Saks Co.
305 N. Central Ave. Phone 448?
FOR HOME COOKED THINGS
Come to the Delicatessen Case at the
POR AGE POT
Salad, Baked Beans. Spaghetti and
Maccaroni, Cottage Cheese, Mayon
naise Dressing, Roast Veal, Beef and
Pork, Corned Beef, Spiced Peppers.
Croquettes, and Individual Meat pie?.
Open Monday, Wednesday and
Saturday.
, y
CARD OF THANKS
I want to thank the people, of Phoe
nix and particularly the carpenters wr'
kindness shown me while I have been
here with my invalid husband. I am
returning to Mississippi and can hardlv
expect ever to be in position to directly
return the favors. I do pray Heaven'f
blessings upon you.
MRS. J. S. HUGHES, f
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
SALT RIVER VALLEY OIL EXCHANGE
LICENSED BROKERS
14 EAST WASHINGTON ST.
Phone 4187
ee
Our
Cedar
Shingles
One Car
Extra
Rite Grade
You will find these
the best Extra Star A
Star shingle you have
ever used.
H. H. SHOUP
Lumber Company
WANTED Four- or five-room mod
ern house: no children. Phone ds
POSITION open bright, intelligent
voung man clerical experience. Swift
& Co. It
WANTED
Phone 4106.
Experienced
waitress,
ds
LOST On the eighth,
poodle dog. Call up 8151.
French
bn
MEYER
BROS.
Certified
DR UGS
In Original Packages
For Sale at
OwlDrug
Co.
Andrew H. Miller, Mgr.
euAvrrv CERTIFIES
BY TEST
Drugs exist only because
of deepest human need
Quality is their vital fun
dament. The Meyer Brothers Drug
Company has devoted 67 -years
to the perfection of
drug purity. Its products
on the druggist's shelves"
are the proof and test of
a first-class . drug store.
Meyer Brothers Drug Co.
- The Largest Drug House in the World
St. T.nnis
v.
2150 sy
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