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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1920
SPECIALISTS
,th examination of eyes and the
titting of correct glasses.
NORTHRUP OPTICAL CO.
9 E. Adams St.
Phone 690 fop appointment
hp9' x
S3' East Washington 8t.
Abav Goldbergs' Clothing
Store
Phone 3089
WATER REPORT
Reservoir elevation 220.42
Contents, acre feet 1,290.955
Jvos in 24 hours
Iteration year ap:o
Contents year aso
Water used, noith side
Water used, south side
158.29
479.517
43.720
30,030
if niirnifii'iiiMMiii Mhnliili Mil "iilMir'-,1flnVfl"-Tii I fct,
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WEATHER FORECAST
Arizona: Thursday and Friday gen
erally fair and warmer.
Colorado: Thursday and Friday part
ly cloudy and warmer.
New Mexico: Thursday and Friday
partly cloudy and warmer.
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WEATHER REPORT
A Scientific
Examination
Oar examination for glasses
Is so thorough, oar equipment
so modern and oar experience
so broad that failure to cor
rect your visional defects Is
hardly possible.
Munson Optical Co.
8 East Washington St.,
Phoenix
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Phoenix Seed and
Feed Company
Wholesale and Retail
125 East Jefferson St.
Haas, Baruch & Co, Inc.
GROCERS
WHOLESALE
Constable Ice and
Fuel Company
Phone 1555
PURE ICE GOOD SERVICE
ARIZONA HARDWARE
SUPPLY CO.
The Only EXCLUSIVE
. WHOLESALE
Hard ware House in the State
Guaranteed
TITLES
Phoenix Title & Trust Co.
I Buy Diamonds and
Pay Highest Cash Price
EVlack Gardner
45 N. CENTRAL
nt
PLUMBING
HONEST WORK FAIR PRICES
Send me your work for quick and
efficient service
O. E. BELLAS
216 E. Roosevelt St.; Phone 8502
LOANS EASY
TO GET
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Stations
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EWGR'AVE!
WEDDING INVITATIONS
AND ANNOUNCEMENT CARDS
MAMFAHTUHINE HTAnDNERS"
In lums up to $300 at lawful rates,
on your furniture, piano, automo
bile, livestock, implements, etc
Repay in small monthly payments
if desired. Ample funds. Just and
courteous treatment. Strictly con
fidential. PEOPLE'S LOAN AND INVEST.
MENT COMPANY ,
Phone 1396. 23 East Washington
Boston 72
Buffalo 7?,
Chicago 72
Denver 82
Flagstaff 72
Fresno 88
Galveston ...... 84
Kansas City .... 82
Los Angeles .... 66
Minneapolis .... 76
Needles 100
New Orleans ... 82
New York 76
Oklahoma 92
PHOENIX 99
Pittsburg 76
Portland, Ore. .. 82
St. Louis 88
Salt Lake City . . 78
San Diego 66
San Francisco . . 60
Spokane 88
Tucson '. . . 96
Washington .... 78
Winnipeg 70
Yuma 98
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78 Cloudy .00
72 Clear .00
78 Clear .01
88 Pt. Cldy .10
76 Clear .00
88 Pt. Cldy .00
86 Clear .00
84 Clear .18
70 Clear .00
84 Cloudy .00
100 Clear .00
83 Clear .00
80 Pt. Cldy .38
96 Clear .00
101 Clear .00
78 Clear .08
84 Clear .00
88 Clear .16
7S Clear .00
68 Clear .00
68 Pt. Cldy .00
92 Pt. Cldy .00
98 Clear .00
84 Cloudy .00
84 Pt. Cldy .00
100 Clear .00
Hotel Arrivals
Local Weather Yesterday
6 a.m. Noon 6 p.m.
Temp., dry bulb 65 94 99
Temp., wet bulb 56 68 65
Humidity, per cent.. 51 24 15
Wind from SE S N
Wind, miles 3 4 5
Rainfall 00 00 00
Weather Clear Clear Clear
Highest yesterday 101
Lowest yesterday 66
Total rainfall 00
Deficiency in temperature yesterday,
4 degrees.
Excess in temperature since the first
of "the month, 5 degrees.
Accumulated excess in temperature
since Jan. 1, 109 degrees.
Normal precipitation Jan. 1 to date.
2.93 inches.
Actual precipitation Jan. 1 to date.
4. 6-1 inches.
Excess since Jan. 1. 1.70 inches.
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HIGHWAYS WEATHER BULLETIN 1
River Crossings
Sacaton: River crossing is good. The
road has been strawed, and cars can
pass over on high.
Apache County
Road to Holbrook dry a-nd In good
condition. Road to Masrdalena, N. M.,
same; a few rough spots reported.
Coconino County
All roads dry. Flagstaff -William,
good: Williams-Ash Fork, fair, rough
in places; Williams-Grand Canyon,
good; Flagstafi -Grand. Canyon, good;
Flagstaff-Canyon Padre, excellent;
good traveling thence to Winslow;
rough in places; Flagstaff south, dry,
but rough.
Graham County
Roads in good condition all .over
county.
Gila County
General condition: Roads are dry and
dusty. Globe-Winkelman-Payson road
getting cut up; new construction soft
and dusty. Salt River bridge to be
completed by August 1, when Roose
velt ferry will be discontinued.
Maricopa County
Prescott-Wickenburg road good.
Black Canyon lair by way of Avenue
16. To Florence new state highway out
of Mesa. Tempe bridge open for light
vehicles. Coast Parker route best. Ajo
road fair by Buckeye and Gila Bend.
Mohave County
Road Topock to Oatman rough; To
pock to Yucca rough but passable. All
other main roads in good condition.
Navajo County
Rain all ovei county on 25th and
2Cth; roads muddy but passable.
Pima County
All main roads in the Bounty in good
shape; balance fair. Foster cut-off to
Mt. Lemon being placed in good condi
tion and will serve until federal road is
completed. '
Pinal County
Mountain roads n good condition;
valley roads dusty and rough. Florence
Casa Grande road bad due to recon
struction; take desert roads between
these two points.
Santa Cruz County
All roads in good traveling condition
with exception of Santa Cruz river
nridge to Washington. Camp road
badly torn up by government trucks
Yuma County
Ehrenberg ferry closed on account of
high water.
Parker: Road via Parker and Needles
in good condition. Ferry service not
affected by high water. Repairs made
on sand near Parker. Road is well
signed.
ROBERT Q. GRANT
Adams
J. Mitchell. Los Angeles; George W.
Hyde, Chicago; J. C. Frankel, New
York City; Eai le Remington, los An
geles; W. Seegel. Los Angeles; K.
1). Bayless, Casa Grande; G. K. John
son, Haydeii ; John W. Norton, Fold
man; C 11. Waters, Ylcksburg; F. W.
Moore, Redlands, Cal.; P. H. Finney,
Cincinnati, O.; D. W. Macomber,
Schenectady, New York; W. F. Drey
fuss, Tucson; A. t McQueen, Pres
cott; John Towle, Superior; H. O. Bos
trom, Superior; Miss Ruby Griner, Kl
Paso: Mary Telford, Tucson; G. W.
Purch, Tucson.
Jefferson
F. P. Moore, Douglas: Do!f Fler
sheim, Kansas City; A. J. Heath, Ply
mouth: ('. II. Maegowan. Scottsdale;
Mrs. William Garrett. Hayden; W. N.
Messinger. Ray; R. Lang, Ray; John
L. Sullivan, Jerome; Paul C. Meyer,
Dallas.
Commercial
J. L. Yierra, San Francesco; W. O.
Winfrey, Dallas: G. L. Evans and wife,
Los Angeles; Carlos Castillo. Hol
brook: J. Abrams, Superior: A. L.
Douglas. Litchfield ; F. E. Fulliam,
Flagstaff; L. Anderson. Arlington.
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P OBITUARIES 1
Andrew Fry
Funeral services were held yester
day afternoon for Andrew Fry, who
died last Friday afternoon after an ill
ness of long duration. Mr. Fry was
an old resident of Phoenix and -was
also well known in GloVje and Pres
cott, having lived for a number of
years in both places.
The services were held in the chapel
of- the undertaking establishment of
J. T. Whitney, 134 West Adams street,
and interment was made in Greenwood
cemetery.
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WILL SUMMER IN OHIO Burton
B. Balyeat, accompanied by his wife,
leaves today for Yan Wert, Ohio, where
he will spend the summer months visit
ing his parnts. Mr. Balyeat is a car
rier at the Phoenix postoffice.
GOES TO FLAGSTAFF Deputy
United States Marshal Fred A. Weage
left yesterday for Flagstaff, where he
will spend a few days on official busi
ness. LADIES AID, MEETING A regular
business and social meeting cf he La
dies' Aid society of the Grace Lutheran
church will be held at Eastlake park at
2:30 o'clock this afternoon. All mem
bers and friends of the society are cor
dially invited to be present.
TO VACATION ON COAST Miss
Pauline Casa, stenographer in the of
fice of the state live stock sanitary
board, will leave tomorrow for the Cal
iforni.in coast, where she will pass the
vacation ported.
TO VISIT HAYDEN JUNCTION
Miss Kathryn McGinnisan, Attache of
the office oi secretary of state, will
leave Sunday for Hayden Junction,
where Fhe will spend her month's va
cation. ASKS FOR DIVORCE Declaring
that when he failed to provide for
herself and two children, she was com
pelled to live upon the earnings of her
relatives and her own labors outside
of her home, Minda Parker, yesterday
brought suit for a decree of divorce
from Daniel Parker, charging desertion.
She asks for the custody of the chil
dren and $60 a month for their support.
MARRIAGE LICENSES Licenses to
marry were issued yesterday to Victor
Arthur Legerton. 22. of Phoenix, and
Bessie E. Thomas, 22, of Los Angeles:
Hugh Ma gill, 37, of San Francisco, and
Pearl Miller, 23, of Mesa; Marshall Bil
lers, 23, and Olga Peterson, both of
Phoenix; and Willis Fred Shock, 38,
and Mary E. Hchnett, 32, both of Glen-
dale.
PETITIONS FOR LETTERS Peti
tion for letters of administration were
filed yesterday in the estate of Samuel
11 COHFIDBKE
STSTE OIL LID
Confidence in Arizona oil land is ex
pressed in the offer made to the land
hoard yesterday in a telegram to Gov
ernor Campbell from S. G. Mayfield.
The offer made by Mayfield is $50
more than is being paid at present for
the same amount of land.
A copy of the wire was sent by the
governor's office to each member of
the land board and will be acted upon
at the next regular meeting. A copy
of the telegram follows:
Holbrook.
Governor Thomas E. Campbell, Chair
man Land Commission, Phoenix,
Arizona.
If prospecting permit for oil has not
been granted for section 16, township
17, range 20, will give the state $150
per year and' begin work within 30
days upon that section. If section open
and I can get it, would ask that it be
let at competitive bidding. Will send
formal application addition to one filed
if desired.
S. G. MAYFIELD,
Hopi Oil Company.
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NEED WORKERS FOB
HIGHWAY MEASURES
Cotton Regions Bulletin
NEW ORLEANS, La., June 30.
Nearly normal temperatures prevail
generally over the cotton belt. No
precipitation has occurred except light
showers at a few scattered stations in
southern " Texas and southwestern
Louisiana.
T. Butler, who died in Maricopa county, I
May 9. 1920, by the widow, Texana-But- !
ler. The estate consists of personal
and real property to which the peti
tioner gives the value of 13.1.000. The
petition will be heard on Monday after
noon, Julv 12, 1920.
WILSON P. T. A. TO MEET The
Wilson Parent-Teacher association will
meet at the home of Mrs. A. G. Mat
thews, three-quarters of a mile south
of Acre City, Friday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. All members and 'vomen of
the. district are requested to attend.
After the meeting a social session will
be held.
INVESTIGATING ACCIDENT
John Harper, deputy mine inspector. Is
investigating a tragetiy that has just
been reported to the state mire in
spector that occurred at the Morenci
branch of the Phelps-Dodge corpora
tion. The report stated briefly that
one of the men employed in the mine
had been killed
Ten -energetic workers, who can each
secure 100 signers of the petitions now
in circulation for the creation of a
state highway commission and the in
creasing of the limit of state bonded
indebtedness, are asked to report sst
the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce as
early as possible this morning, pre
pared to get in and hustle.
The committee in charge announces
that the petitions must be completed
today, and through the aid of a corps
of canvassers who will work hard, it
is hoped that all the necessary signa
tures will be obtained before nightfall.
GOBliTIfflK
f,T HUM. SCHOOL
Governor Thomas E. Campbell will
make an address on "Rural Schools
and" Vocational Education in Arizona"
at the Northern Arizona normal school
on Tuesday evening, July 13.
The governor's address will be a
feature of conference week for which a
brilliant program has been arranged
The normal school is having its most
successful year in the history of sum
mer schools at the institution. Many
of the leading educators of the cast are
taking part in the program.
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CLOSED FOR INVENTORY The
Arizona Grocery company's store will
be closed all afternoon today while in
ventory is being taken.
GIRL RESERVES TO MEET The
Freshmen Girl reserves will hold a
meeting at the Y. W. C. A. office at
10 o'clock this morning after which
they will go to Riverside park for a
picric.
HARVEST BALL The employes of
the Arizona State hospital will hold a
harvest ball Saturday night to which
everybody ia invited to attend. The af
fair will be held in the auditorium,
and" the hall will accommodate 100
couples at a time for dancing.
HOME FROM -WEDDING TOUR
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Edwards have re
turned to Phoenix after a wedding tour
over Southern California, where they
were married June 7. Mrs. Edwards
was formerly Miss Caroline Alexander
Hamilton, deputy clerk in the Phoenix
revenue office. Mr. Edwards is a grad
uate of Brown -university and for sev
eral years was a teacner in the pub
lic schools in -New York City.
FOUND GUILTY OF ASSAULT
Juan Sasueia- yesterday was found
guilty by a jury in the superior court
on a charge of assault with a deadly
weapon and will be sentenced on Sat
urday morning, July 3, by Judge Stan
ford. The charge arises from thu
shooting by Sasueta on the morning of
April 8 of Frank Norton and Warren
Gaston, two Indians, following a quar
rel over a water hose. The shooting
occurred at the new plant of the Ari
zona Packing company on the Tempe
road. Norton was shot m the back
and Gaston in the groin. The men
concerned in the affair were employed
in the construction of the plant.
- OPENS OFFICE HERE The Phoe-"
nix chamber of commerce anniversary
number of the Arizona Mining Journal
rey -ntly published said. "Plan a home
in Phoenix surrounded by green fields,
fruits and flowers," and caused the
Field-Parker company of El Paso to
establish an office here with J. M.
Rene in charge, this company an
nounced in a letter to the chamber yes-
FOiD FINE FISHING
MITE HUB
Walter Brawner, W. K. Bowen and
others have returned from a trip into
the White mountains almost as fa? as
the road is cut out. They went al
most to the source of White river,
where the trout had hardly ever seen
a white man and were therefore not
quite so coy as trout usually are.
They caught trout until their arms
were tired and their hands sore from
the pointed fins of the fish, the marks
of which they yet bear. That, said Mr.
Brawner, is the most beautiful coun
try in the world; every kind of a
flower that ever grew, in his opinion,
may be found there.
Reverting to the subject of fishing,
he said that as they caught the
speckled beauties they stuck them ini
a nearby snow bank to keep them
fresh. The snow is still there, the
remnants of heavy drifts, though the
air was so warm that one preferred
his shirt sleeves.
They also found excellent fishing at
Stoneman's Lake. The fish there are
large croppies.
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PETITIONS MUST BE
FILED BY MIDNIGHT
The office of the secretary of state
will be open until midnight tonight to
receive initiative petitions to be placed
on the ballot at the general election in
November. At closing time yesterday
only three of the proposed measures
were filed with sufficient number of
signatures to come before the voters.
The county division bill was filed
yesterday the petitions containing
7,315 signatures. The petition was
filed by W. I. Brooks of Miami, a form
er member of the legislature who has
been active in circulating the petition
for the creation and organization of
counties.
The game law and the civil service
law are also filed with the required
number of signatures and it is be
lieved that several other measures will
be included in today's filings.
Half Holiday today!
Open from eight to
twelve.
Everything in appro
priate hot weather
clothes for men.
"Knox" hats.
Clapp" shoes.
MeDougall & Cassou
Washington Street
KILLS-ANTS-SO
Guaranteed sure job
KIMBALL & HULETT
Drug Store, Phoenix
Adams at First Ave. Phone 4441
S3
Potatoes
Potatoes
WHILE THEY
New Potatoes
10 lbs. for
GOING ON LONG TRIP Mrs. J. H. ! terday. "The invitation looked too good
DO
NNELLAN'S PATENT DEVICE
while ycu
i-i-m. dates in place
talk and eat. Have your dentist at-
C A 4- a
If he can't pnone -
n .nil
,rit3 P. U. UOX
tach one.
Agent 1823 or wr
TO N. E. A. CONVENTION C. O.
Case, state superintendent of public
instruction, will leave this evening for
Salt Lake City, where he will attend
the N. E. A. convention which will be
in session July 4-11. Mr. Case will be
on the program at a state superin
tendents' meeting which will be one of
the features of the convention.
When Folks
Quit Coffee
because of cost to
health or purse, they
naturally drink
POST
There's a Reason
Eames will leave Friday for San Fran
Cisco, going from there to New York,
from which port she will sail for Den
mark, to remain until the holiday sea
son with her daughter, Mrs. Ivan Bjer
redahl. Miss "Winifred Eames will ac
company her mother as far as Los
Angeles, returning to Phoenix after the
Fourth.
PLEADS NOT GUILTY Knrlntu
Abril pleaded not guilty before Justirr
McKee on two Vharges of failure to
provide for his wife and two children,
preferred by his wife, Elvira Abril.
Abril was released on his own recogni
zance 'to annear for trial on Julv 3.
ARRESTED ON CHARGE George
W. Carpenter was arrested vesterday
afternoon by Teputy Sheriff Wilson on
a warrant chnrsring failure to provide
for his wife. Bella Carpenter. Carnen
tfr was placed in the countv jail to
await arraignment today before Jus
tice McKe.
APPOINTED ON COMMISSION
Andrew Kimbnll has been appointed to
serve as a member of tb" commission
of agriculture .-ind horticulture. The
appointment of Mr. Kimbnll was givei.
out at the governor's office yesterday,
when it was announced that his terrt
would be for a six-year period. Other
members of the commission are E. W.
Hudson oi'l A. Y. r,r!r.
TO GET GOLDEN EAGLE A gold
en ensrle is to be added to the state's
collection of birds. Joe V. Pror-hn?';i.
state game warden, yosterd.-iy received
a wire from Hueh Campoell. state sen
ator from Coconino count;', that h
was forwarding him by express a
beautiful sneei-nen cf the bird, which
be called "Coconino." Mr. Prochaskn j
will care fnr the eagle at his home. I
1P3.T Wr-t 'Vfiehin"'trri street
LOS ANGELES PIONEFR DEAD
Phoenix friends were grieved to learn
yesterday of the death in Los Antjeles I
of Mrs. I. R. Punkolberger. widow of ;
the late Colonel Dunke'berger, former j
postmaster of I-"s Angelep. Mr. Dun- i
kclberger was one of southern Califor- j
nio's best-known pioneers. She wr.s 74 j
years of ;ge and is survived by five j
children. Mrs Frank Ainsworth, for- j
merly of this city, who now lives in !
Los Angeles: Mrs. Cordelia T). Oren ;
of Philadelphia, and Mrs. C. L. Stokes, j
Coey Dunkelbor;-"cr and Rothermel
Dunkelberger of Los Angeles. j
to pass up. and so we accepted," B. J.
Dietrick, the manager, said in his let
ter, dated El Paso. A lar?e business
will be done here In office supplies,
the business already having been es
tablished by salesmen workiiikj out or
the head office in El Paso.
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED Old or middle-aged lady
with no children or incumbrance to
keep house and care for old person,
llione 6SS. g
WANTED TO BUY- -iJodtre touring
ear. Will pay cash. Box S1L, Repub
lican, g
FI'RXISIIKD HOUSE in rear of 3ti8
N. Firt Ave. 2t
LOST A-l 311 autographic folding
camera in leather case on last coach
of i'hoettix-Maricopa train last night.
Reward. Return- to Adams hotel. It
LAST
... 50c
Extra Fancy California Potatoes,
!b!-.: ? 50c
Cane Sugart
5 lbs. for, .'
Cracked Wheat,
per jkg.
Toilet Paper,
3 big rolls
Hebe Milk( large
size can
Breakfast Bacon,
per lb
Picnic Hams,
per lb
Salt Pork.
per lb ,
Orange Blossom Honey,
per quart Jar ,
Peanut Butter,
3 -lb. can
Fancy Pink Beans,
10 lbs. for ,
Bread,
3 loaves
Macaroni or Spaghetti,
per lb
Star Flour,
24 -lb. sack
Fancy Japan Rice
3 lbs. for
Strawberry, Blackberry
Raspberry Jam
5-lb. jars
Peach Jam
1 large can
Seedless Raisins,
Per lb
Dried prunes,
per lb
COFFEE
$1.20
..15c
...26c
.. 11c
.. 36c
.. 28c
..26c
90c
95c
98c
25c
15c
S1.75
. 50c
and
$1,73
...42c
..30c
21c
We Specialize
Restaurant Supplies
Coffee Urns
Eanges
Dishes both plain, hotel
and English vitrified
Glassware
Rolled steel cooking uten
sils and equipment.
Largest stock in Arizona
We guarantee to please
you
BARROWS
FURNITURE CO.
High Grado Coffee
ground to suit taste
in Bulk,
43c AND 55c
WE DELIVER
Griebefs Grocery
218 W. Washington St.
Phone 150S
Milk Has R
aised
Because of the increasing high cost of cow-feed,
labor, rent and other materials used in the produc
tion of clean, sanitary milk, members of the Phoenix
Milk Dealers' Association have been forced to raise
the price of milk and cream to the following prices:
EFFECTIVE JULY 1ST
Milk in Quarts, 1 7 1 A f
-a-
retail
Milk in Pints,
retail
Table Cream in
Half-pints
Milk in quarts, wholesale to stores,
60c per gallon.
WE HAVE IT
The World Famous
J0HNS
MANVILLE All Asbestos
All Mineral
ROOFING
PHOENIX
ROOFING CO.
T. J. SMITH, Mgr.
Third Ave. & Buchanan
Phone 1074
Phone 1387
FRUIT
JARS
Fruit Jars
1 dozen Pint Ball 0"l
Mason Jars Olv
1 dozen quart Ball Qflf
Mason Jars J ' Js
1 dozen -gallon "j F
Mason Jars tj)iXtl
Rubber Jar Rings, n '
per dozen I V
5 bars Lennox 0?Cr
Soap ZiDC
Large can Baked A r
Beans JLt:C
50 lbs. Dairy 90C
Picnic Hams, Or7
per lb & I I
Eastern Salt Pork, 0(f
per lb Ot
Quart Jar Pure White Qfr
Honey JUVx
-Gal. Jar Pure Q-J QfT
White Honey i5J.Ocl
Armour's Quart Grape (XKg
Juice DtlC
Armour's -gallon Q" OJ!T
Grape Juice tpX.ti
Bulk Soda Crackers, "J
Per lb XOC
Quart ize,
Sour Pickles OUC
Quart size f
Sweet Pickles O I
Quart size
Dill Pickles QOi
Gallon size Qt OA
Sweet Pi'ckles iyJL.6dJ
Gallon size ?1 ACt
Sour Pickles OJLVtJ
Large can California OQ
Peaches , LiDVs
Sugar Peas. 1 flP
Per can XUv
Bulk Ice Tea, f0r
Per lb JUt
REGULAR TOBACCO
PRICES
Camel Cigarettes. -j f
Ter pkg XUt
IAicky Strike Cigarettes, -J
Ter pkg XUC
Chesterfield Cigarettes, t r
Per pkg XUt
2 Cans Prince OC -.
Alhert J
1 lb. Dixie Queen' 80 C
Bull Durham, QI ff
Per dozen Sacks .. ,.vlUw
Orders of $1.00 or
over delivered to all
parts of Phoenix Spec
ial attention to Mail
Orders.
Marvin Smith
Grocery Co.
Phone 1337
320 E. Washington St.
r 8
i
rvab-M corn
mom tase
phonc tsaa
GOING TO SAN DIECO-M:-. and
Mrs. W. T. Smith and three children
of 363 North First avenue will leave
tonight for San Diego, where they wid
spend the summer.
CLARK -M0NTEITH ENGINEERING CO.
17 West Adams St. Phone 1997
Design and supervision of gas engine steam, hydraulic and e!ectrio
power installations.
Sale agents for Construction and Road Building Equipment, Re
frigerating Machines, Pumping Plants, Gas and Oil Engines and
Electrical Machinery.
s
iiraiiiiinnnra
I SAY YES!
H . Will You Sell Goods at a Reduction? Yes!
My Biennial-Summer Clearance-Closing Out
y Bankrupt-Fake Is Now On!
In other words, I walk the path of competitors n
fnlrlncT Vnf I ncorl mnnPV Hfirllv. SO will
cut and slash.
inch new: 50c on
Cable Coil Wire Vz and
I,
2
10c
25c
Phoenix Milk Dealers' Association
Kst price.
300-lb. Grocers Refrigerator, 6 glass doors,
12-Stool Soda Fountain, all complete, new, modern; $.J,
cash.
Men's Underwear for summer, finest makes, 50c on do,ar
Doctor's and Dentist's Chairs, good as new, to .,50.
Barber's Chairs: Grandpa Rockers: Fancy Rockers, "cost.
Elegant toned Mahog. Piano, cost $1000, used litt.e, v.oU.UU.
Typewriters cf four makes, $25 to $50.
Cash Registers from $60 to $100 Victrolas and Graphaphone-i.
Tents of all sizes and weights Cheapest and Best.
1000 Pairs Gov't Shoes, Resoled, $3.00 per pair.
Double Door Safe, cost $150.00, Price $S0.00.
Electric Fans, Refrigerators, Ice Boxes, Guns. Pistols.
Most Elegant 2nd Hand Furniture, Stoves, Ranges, Hardware.
FORD'S STORES, 220 E. Wash.; Phone 1776
Buys and Sells Pays Cash Any Quantity, Any Place.
Will bid on entire stocks Hardware or Furniture
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