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Arizona republican. [volume] (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1890-1930, June 19, 1920, Image 14

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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1920
1621
RUBBER
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MARDEAEniRIHS 5KIIIINEIJH0
CASH GAME MAKING
A Few
Sug
gestionis
For Summer Comfort
VACUUM BOTTLES
Pint and Quart Sizes
VACUUM BOTTLE LUNCH KITS
ICE CREAM FREEZERS
All Sizes
WATER COOLERS
V
2 gallon to 10 gallon sizes
REFRIGERATORS
A size to suit your needs
GARDEN HOSE NOZZLES,
SPRAYS
DETROIT VAPOR, SIMMONS
AND NEW PERFECTION
OIL STOVES
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Distributor
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DetroltVapor Oil Stova
rapid
PROGRESS
OF IIS C. OF C.
President William A. P.arnhill of the
Casa Grande chamber of commerce is
at the Hotel Adams here supervising
the literature which that chamber of
commerce is publishing-.
'The summer season has not had
much effect on Casa flrande." he said.
"Tt is a wonderful valley, and the heat
is not stopping those who seek Its op
portunities. "We are not booming; wa
are just coming into our own. We
are the hub city of the valley and set
the pace for the rest of the valley
to follow.
'"Phoenix is right near our door, or
soon will be, for the new road, des
tined to be one of the finest boulevards
in the country, places us only 56 miles
away from our metropolis ard capital
city. The new road direct to Tucson,
also a boulevard, makes that city our
"hear neighbor.
"The Southern Pacific Railroad com
pany is going to build us a. new depot
without delay one that will take care
of a city of 10,000 people. The re
ceipts of this company at Casa Grande
have increased in a few years from a
little more than $600 a month to more
than $3200 per month. We are build
ing a new high school at a cost of
$150,000. A new hotel is in course of
construction at a cost of $100,000. It
will cater to both business and the
better class of tourist trade.
"Our chamber of commerce is a live
one, has a big membership and every
body is taking an active interest. We
are going after a sewer system and
other municipal improvements. Al
ready we have about solved our power
problem and power for pumping
seems now assured for the near fu
ture. We have only one bank as yet.
but another is now organizing. The
deposits of this bank last-March were
a little more than $18S00. Today,
less than half a year, they are nearly
$600,000. We are doing our part for
the great state of Arizona. We are
the best bet in opportunities for the
average man on the western coast.
'Wait until you see our chamber
of commerce literature which The lie
publican is getting up for us. It is an
ambitious booKlet, a truthful one, and
one of which our Phoenix neighbors
will not be ashamed."
FAMOUS AUTO W
MEN ABANDONED
The automobile trap at the corner of
Tenth and McKinley streets, to whi;h
there have been some veiled and in
direct allusions in these columns, is no
more. It has been abandoned so that
automobiles may traverse that section
without danger of being taken un
awares. It was uncertain whether the trap
was maintained by the city or the
street railway company, but it transr
pires that it. as well as everything else
In Tenth street north of Pierce, is a
part of the holdings of the street rail
way company. That fact is empha
sized by a sign which was erected,
probably less as a threat than as a de
fense of the right of the company to
maintain anything it pleases on that
private no-thoroughfare. The sisn
bears the inscription: "This property
isa private right-of-way. Permission
to pass over it is revocable at any
time."
RANGES ARE HELPED
BY SUMMER SHOWERS
Local summer showers made their
appearance in the southern part of the
district and on the summer ranges and
were of great benefit. Reports to the
weather bureau indicate favorable con
ditions of stock and range except on
the northeastern plateau, where rain is
much needed. The supervisor of the
Tusayan Xa-tional Forest reports that
although the spring was backward, both
the grama and bunch grass types are
in excellent condition. Practically all
cattle and sheep have reached their
summer ranges and their condition is
above the average. Following favor
able conditions of grass and weather
and in accordance with expectations,
the calf crop is the largest in years.
The water supply is Holding up well in
nearly all parts of the district except
in parts of Apache and Kavajo coun
ties. Cotton has made fine progress in all
parts of the state; night temperatures
have been slightly below normal but
for short periods only near the early
morning while day temperatures have
been ideal for the plants best devel
opment. Favorable conditions of soil
and weather have prevailed above the
lower valleys and corn, wheat and oats
look promising. Where facilities are
at hand an unusual acreage of corn
has been planted for silage; last year's
successful crop has encouraged many
to adopt it for supplementary feeding
purposes. The orange crop in the Salt
River valley is said to be small but
the fruit large and of fine appearance.
Xo dropping- has yet been reported,
owing probably in part to the absence
of extremely high temperatures. Grape
fruit are reported to be normal as to
size and quantity. The apricot crop
which was greatly reduced by high
winds early in the season, is of excel
lent quality and the fruit large.
o
E
CLUB FOH HARDING
CASA GRANDE, Jilne 18. An en
thusiastic meeting of the leading Re
publicans of Casa Grande and vicinity
was held Wednesday evening and a
Harding-for-President club organized,
J.- F. Brown being elected president,
Mrs. Ben S. AVilson, vice president;
A. A. Jayne, secretary; Capt. Dan T. P.
Eart, treasurer. A larger membership
was followed and others are signing
up as rapidly as the opportunity of
fers. The city of Casa Grande has always
been a banner Republican precinct of
Pinal county and -Arizona while the
country districts, have always been
strongly Democratic. Great numbers
of Democrats are, however, "this year
registering as Republicans and will
vote the Republican ticket and the
coming agricultural empire of the
Casa Grande valley will roll up a ma
jority for Harding, the next president
of the United States, that will make
all other precincts of Arizona ashamed
of themselves. Many of the leading
Democrats of the Casa Grande valley,
sick and tired of the un-American
policy of the Wilsonian party, are
aligning themselves with the Repub
licans and joining the Hardlng-for-President
club, realizing that Harding
means safe, sane government and a
genuine American policy for the Amer
ican people during his term of office.
A vigorous campaign will be waged by
the Republicans in the Casa Grande
valley until the last vote is counted
election day.'
1
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pecials for Today
Boiling Beef, per lb. - - 12c
Veal Roast, per lb. - 20c
Veal Stew, per lb. - - - 15c
Shoulder Pork Roast, per lb. 29c
Lamb Stew, per lb. - 19c
Shoulder Lamb Roast, per lb. 28c
Hamburger, per lb. - - - 1 7c
FORAGE POT MARKET
345 W. Washington Street
Complete July List Now on Sale
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Til See You in C-U-R-A Fox-trot
The Moon Shine on the Moonahin
Ted Lewis' Jazz Band
Fox-trot I
Ted Lewis' Jazz Band J
Along the Way to Damascus Fox-trot
Art Hickman's Orchestra V
Role of Mandalay Fox-trot . . Art Hickman's Orchestra J
luuroia Diuti rox-troc . . . Verkes' Southern l ive "
Shake Your Little Shoulder Medley Fox-trot The Happy Six J
Hiawatha s Melody of Love Medlev W alrz Prince's Orchestra 1
Beautiful Hawaiian Lore Medley Waltz . Prince's Orchestra f
La Veeda Fox-trot . . Columbia Saxophone Sextette
Frogs' Leg Fox-trot . . Columbia Saxophone Sextette
My Sahara Rose Medley Fox-trot .... The Happy Six 1
Sudan Fox-trot . The Happy Six
Kismet Fox-trot . . . 4 . GuidoDeirol
Kara van Fox-trot .... . . . Guido Deiro
First Whisper of Lore and Dear One Far Away Schottische")
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Carrots and She Such a Lore Schottische Columbia Orchestra J
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Rose of Washington Square .
Tired of Me ....
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Without You . ' .
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Hits of Days Cone By Part II
Shadows .....
Sunshine Rose ...
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' . Frank Crumit
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i Lewis James
! . Nora Bayes
. Nora Bayes
Peerless Quartette
" ( f . Campbell and Burr
There s a Typical Tipperary Over Here . Peerless Quartette
That Old Irish Mother of Mine . Charles Harrison
Ages and Ages S . . . i J t. i Geor6e Meader
Sing Me to Sleep . . ' George Meader
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Razors in the Air . Harry C Browne and Peerless Quartette
Hi, Jenny, Ho, Jenny Johnson
Harry C. Browne and Peerless Quartette
Alice, Where Art Thou? Whistling Solo Sybil Sanderson Fagan
Song Without Words Whi&tling Solo Sybil Sanderson Fagan
Ticklish Ruben .... Cal Stewart (Uncle Josh)
I Laughed at the Wrong Time .. Cal Stewart (Uncle Josh)
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Your Eyes Hire Told Me So
Deep in My Heart .
Rosa FonseUe
Margaret Romaine
Margaret Romaine
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Malanai Ana Ka Makani Louise "and Ferera, Hawaiian V
Guitar Duet (A-2918
Hawaiian Nights Waltzes. Louise and Ferera, VVaikiki f $1.00 .
, Orchestra J
For My Country One-step . . Spanish String Orchestra 1 E-4192
IFlower of the Day Dance . Spanish String Orchestra $1.00
Fourth of July 1880 . . .. . Columbia Band A-2936
Fourth of July 1920 . . ; . i . . Columbia Band $1.00
The Bride-Elect March . Prince's Band A -61 51
Seventh Regiment (Gray Jackets) March Prince's Band f $1.25
Trariata Selections Part I
Metropolitan Opera House Orchestra f A-6149
Trariata Selections Part II i $1.50
Metropolitan Opera House Orchestra '
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