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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1920
(Section Two) PAGE FiVii 5Sn PATRON IffiCWffS FDR Salt Rirereir Valley LAND We have some of the best listings in the Salt River valley. Can sell you a HOME on the best of terms. Look over this list 160 acres near Phoenix ;t ...... . .$350 per acre 60 acres near Chandler 375 per acre 40 acres near Chandler 425 per acre 20 acres near Chandler 325 per acre 15 acres near Chandler. ...................... 400 per acre 10 acres near Chandler 350 per acre 3-5 acre tracts near Chandler 400 per acre We Can Buy, Sell or Rent Your Land BEALL AND THRIAKILL Chandler, Arizona News Items Business in New Hands ' Brown Bros, well known Chandler men, have purchased the C. W. Collins Cleaning- establishment. Expert work is promised by the new proprietors, who plan to -gradually enlarge the business to Include all phases of work generally done in the larger cleaning estaDiurmnents or the valley. Grand Chief K. P. to Visit Chandler Grand Chancellor J. A. Gilbert, of the grand lodge. Knights of Pythias of Arizona, will visit Chandler Monday to meet the members or the local lodge. Until a regular meeting place can be secured it was decided to hold the first meeting In 'the office of the Chandler Arlzonan and all members are earnestly requested to attend. At the same meeting officers will be se lected for the ensuing -year. The grand cnanceiior will be accompanied by sev eral of the other grand officers and a large attendance is expected. Mr. and Mrs. J. DerrlcV, who are former residents of ' Chandler, will make their home in Phoenix after January 1, and their maiy friends and acquaintances will regret - Chandler's loss and Phoenix's gain. Miss Ivy Shrigley of Miami made a visit to Chandler Wednesday to see her father, Wm. Shrigley. and returned to Miami the same evening. ' Many members of the local social set will regret the departure of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hall, as they will make their home in Phoenix after January 1. Mr. Hall was connected with the Chandler Improvement company, and resigned his position to accept a more lucrative one in Phoenix. H. Vandenburgh, who has been con nected with the local office of the Chandler Improvement company, has resigned his position and returned to Phoenix where he has accepted a po sition with a large concern of that city. Carpenters' Union Elects At ' the annual business mpoflnc nf the local Carpenters' Union No. 2,168 held at the chamber of commerce building Tuesday evening, the follow ing officers were elected for the en suing year: President. C. P. Rosrers: vice-president, C. L. Malone; treas urer, C Lb Malone; financial secretary, C. R- ChitWOOd. and reporHins1 tary, W. F. Smith. Heavy Building Activity It Is rumored that thA TinrV nt Chandler will erect a $50,000 addition to their present quarters on account of the increasing volume of business. ta.rt the 'New Year RIGHT Buy a choice ranch in the Chandler district. We have two ex ceptionally fine 40-acre ranches, both in first class condition for cotton. Good improvements, and there . is no better soil in the Salt River valley. The price and terms for which we can deliver either of these two places make them an unsually good buy 80 acres one mile from Chandler 40 acres in aif alfa, the-fcalance in maize. Choice soil, fair improvements. Only $400 per acre. J. L EWTREKIN REAL ESTATi Chandler, Arizona Phone 42 J Wishing You a Happy and Prosperous New Year And we wish to thank you for your patronage for the year of 1919. We will endeavor to be worthy of your continued patronage for 1920. Lukin Cash Grocery Meat Market and WHOLESALE RETAIL The business men of Chandler, who have had the co-operation and earnest support of the com munity and district for the past twelve months, wish to extend the greetings of the season to every one of their thousands of friends, men, women and children alike. May it be a Happy New Year indeed. May the New Year bring all that everyone in the district desires, and may those desires be trebled. While the district is striving in unison for a better town, a better countryside, a better state and a better nation. Let us take the opportunity to mutually promise support one to the bther,.not only for the coming year, but for all time. It is a Happy New Year for all of us, we know it and we are thankful for it. 1 We Want to Thank Our ' Patrons For the year of 1919 and hope to have your patron age for the year 1920. Within the next 30 days we will be installed in our new building at the same old stand. We will be thoroughly equipped to do first class machine work, battery work, anti general automobile overhauling, painting, upholstering and dressing tops or cushions. Parts for Fords, Gas and Oil, Goodrich Tires and Tubes, Accessories CHANDLER MOTOR CO. Successors to SUPERIOR GARAGE WE WISH TO -THANK Our many customers for their much appre ciated patronage for the year just past and for helping us to make a 100 tier cent in crease over last year. May you all prosper another year and give us your further patronage that we may have another prosperous year during 1920. HEW TOffi STORE FRED S. PYEATT, Manager Chandler, Arizona ' We Have Just tarcliasedl the Cleaning1 and Pressing Establishment of Mr. C. W. Collins, and we aretin position to do first class work and give the very best satisfaction to every one of our patrons. ; We have a complete line of Detemers Woolens, and a v first class tailor. So see us before buying your suit We will call or deliver. BEOS. - . . To Oar Many Friends of Chandler We Wish You a Happy and Prosperous New Year Make your 1920 resolution that during the year that when you .build your new home that you use Halstead lumber. It costs no more. J. D. Halstead Lumber Co. One Foot or a Million"