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Arizona republican. [volume] (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1890-1930, June 17, 1920, Image 10

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la the search for any possible clew
that might lead to the capture of the
iayr of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Erhardt,
more than 150 arrests have been made,
all of whom were finger-printed. Those
whose finger prints bore not the slight
est resemblance to the finger prints
found in the Erhardt home the day
following the fatal attacks on the
couple were immediately released.
whfl6 the other suspects were detained
until they were found to have no pos
nible connection with the affair.
Two negroes, believed to be the ones
for whom two posses have been search
Ins north of Phoenix for several days,
were arrested here yesterday with a
stripped Ford car in their possession.
They were released after their finger
prints were taken and compared.
Sheriff Raymond Earhart of Nogales
arrived in Phoenix yesterday with the
finger prints of a Mexican. Jesus Bar
boa, arrested in Patagonia, near No
vates. A comparison of finger prints
proved the Mexican not to be the man
fornia. New , Mexico. Oklahoma and
Texas, and cannot afford to make the
loner journey . home. Those who will
not g-o back to their homes will remain
at the school until they find employ
ment elsewhere in the valley, or they
may stay at the school al! summer and
work on the farm and in the power
Oir: hundred boys are expected to 1p
employed at the school this summer,
who will receive $1000 ; furnished by
the government as payment for their
services. In addition there will b
about 150 girls who will remain at the
school without pay, but who will be
furnished with room and board.
This year a great many of the boy
pupils have gone to work on farms in
the valley, receiving from $50 to $73
a month, including board and room. As
this work pays more than city jobs,
fewer Indians are working in Phoenix
this year, more going instead to the
farms, where their services are more
valuable. A large number of girls are
working in the city as housemaids or
nursemaids. Some of the girls have
gone to work in private homes at Iron
Springs and other summer resorts. On
the whole,' the demand for pupils to
work in such capacities exceeds the
Graduate pupils are also making a
success in the valley, one boy in par
ticular having just accepted the forc
manship of a ranch near here.
More than pounds of
virgin wool have accumulated in
storehouses of the world since the
beginning of the "World War. The
world's wool clip of 1920 will increase
this amount by 2,500,000 pounds.
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Since the closing of the Phoenix In
dian school term of 1919-1920 the prob
lem of what to do during vacation con
fronts the pupil
This problem has already been set
tled by 250 members of the student
tody who come from near-by reserva
tions, for they have gone back -to their
homes tolielp In cultivating their lands
and earing for their stock, but a great
many of the pupils come from distant
parts of the state, and even from Cali-
We are just unloading two car
loads of one-inch number one com
coh soft pine boards, surfaced on
two sides Including five thousand
feet; of 1x14 and 1x16 IS and 20
feet long. Usually this wide stock
can. only be bought in clear which
costs double the price of th com
mon. If you need 14 and 16-inch
shejving get it while this stock
lasts. We have 40.000 feet of 1x12,
8 t 20 feet No. 1 common surfaced
two. sides. See us for all kinds of
-I ' H. H. SHOUP
C "Lumber
T,il, """f
Which would you
rather do?
Take Good Care of Your Battery
. Or let it be ruined and then have to buy a new one
It is easy enough to keep your storage battery in excel
lent condition, if you only will" do it. Very little time is re
- quired and no exertion or work on your part.
Our factory trained batteiy experts are here to render
you official batteiy service. They know everything there is
to know about storage batteries. .
All you have to do to keep your battery fit is to drive in
aiid let them test it. If it needs fresh water, they'll put it in.
If it is charging properly, they'll tell you so. If not, they'll tell
you what to do or possibly make a slight adjustment that will
mean longer life to the battery.
This service is official and authorized by the batteiy
manufacturer. It's the simplest thing on earth for you to take
advantage of it.
Have your battery tested every
week during the hot summer months
Western Machinery Company
General Offices and Factory: 900 N. Main St.
LOS ANGELES, California
Phoenix Casa Grande
The Car of Excess Value
Security, Service and Good Looks
These are the things the discriminating automobile buyer looks for in
a car. ,
Compare the specifications of the ELCAR with that of any car selling
up to three or four hundred dollars more. Then inspect the ELCAR in de
tail. Note the extra strong, beautifully balanced chassis construction.
Note the size, beauty and finish of the car. Test the luxurious cushions.
Note the completeness and quality of all items of equipment.
Test the car. Note the lithe, eager way it respondsto the slightest ad
vance of the throttle. Observe how silently and smoothly it runs at all
speeds from two to sixty miles an hour. Try it on hills, or in the deep sand
of the desert, and see how wonderfully and quietly it pulls then you will
realize why the ELCAR deserves the title of "The Car of Excess Value."
In what price car would you expect to find the following specifica
tions? Red Seal Continental motors in the sixes; Lycoming motors in the
fours ; Delco Starting, Lighting and Ignition. Salisbury Pressed Steel
Axles, Borg and Beck Clutch, Stromberg Carburetor. You have them all
in the ELCAR.
Four Cylinder 5 Passenger. .$1695 Six Cylinder. 5 Passenger. . .$1995
Four Cylinder 4 Passenger. .$1695 Six Cylinder 4 Passenger. . .$1995
aimer Motor Sales Cosinipaoy
State Distributor, for ROAMER and ELCARS
Service all the Time
301-303 N; Central Ave.
For three years with
, Goodyear Tires and Tubes
Wilky-Wartman Oil Co.
Second Ave. and Jefferson St.
Phone 1887
Babbitt Automobile Co.
311 North Central
Goodyear Is Good For You
Cadillacs Buicks
A Word to Owners of Small Cars
ft V
About Buying Tires Now
You know that every summer, for the
past four years, there has been a short
age of Goodyear Tires in the 30x3-,
30x3- and 31x4-inch sizes.
Although we have now in full opera
tion the world's largest tire factory
devoted to these sizes, we cannot guar
antee to supply all needs this year.
So if you want true Goodyear mile
age and economy this summer for
your Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, J ,'Iaxwell
or other car taking these sizes, we
counsel you to act at once
The sure way to avert disappointment
later is to go to your nearest Service
Station Dealer and buy Goodyear
Tires and Heavy Tourist Tubes now.
30x3Vi Goodyear Double-Cure 150
Fabric, All-Weather TreadLJL L,D
30x3V2 Goodyear Single-Cure jfc -f 50
Fabric, Ami-Skid Tread w L
Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes" cost no more than the price
you are asked to pay for tubes of less merit why risk costly
casings when such sure protection is available? 30x3Vi $ A 50
siic in waterproof bag ........... T"
Goodyear Tires
Sold in Phoenix by
Paul Bennet
Auto Supply Co.
328 N. Central Ave.
Phone 1707
Goodyear Tires and Tubes
808 W. Washington. Phone 4490
These others fellows are not the
only pebbles on the beach
Goodyear Tires and Tubes
F. C. Paine Rubber Co.
31 S. First Ave.
Phone 1031

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