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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1920
PAGE ELEVEN
Legal Advertising
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS: That we. the under
signed, having associated ourselves for
the purpose of forming a. corporation
under the laws of Arizona do hereby
adopt the following Articles 01 incor
poration: ARTICLE I
The incorporators are:
C. H. Jay, 252 North High Street,
Columbus.-Ohio.
F. H. .Bowman, 252 North High
Street, Columbus, Ohio.
H. M. Myers, 262 North HI?h Street,
Columbus, Ohio,
and the name of the corporation shall
be THE PURE OIL COMPANY
Its principal place of r-isiness within
Arizona shall be Phoer.x, Arizona, but
other offices may be established and
maintained within outside of Ari
zona at such plaB as the Board of
directors mav (' signata, where meet
ings of stockholders and directors may
he held and .-my "and all corporate busi
ness trajr-iCted.
. . ARTICLE II
Tb" general nature of the business
proposed to be transacted is, to -wit:
Drilling for, producing and accumulat
ing petroleum oil and gas; as inci
dental thereto, buying, marketing and
selling oil. gas and other materials in
cident and necessary for the produc
tion of oil and gas, and all the by
products thereof; buying and selling
oil and gas .rights, privileges and
leases, and oil and gas and the pro
ducts and by-products thereof; leasing
oil and gas territory; owning land con
taining iOil and gas or other minerals
or such as may be incidental to the
operation of such plants and business,
.delivering and selling oil and gas
through pipe lines and otherwise; pur
chasing O-' otherwise acquiring, leasing,
rectins:. ownins and operating oil re
fineries, gas works and plants, in
cluding the production of coke, and
other by-products thereof; buying,
buildinar. owninsr. leasing and operating-if!d
pipe lines for the transportation of of
or natural or manufactured gas, pur
chasing, or otherwise acquiring fran
chises and rights of way. to cwn, bun
dle and control letters patent and , in
ventions and shares of its own carital
stock and that of other corporations,
and to vote any shares of stock of
other corporations owned by ic the
same as a natural person might' do; to
borrow money and to issue ; bonds,
notes, debentures and other evidences
of indebtedness and secure he pay
ment of the same by mortgagee deed of
trust or otherwise; to act agent,
trustee, broker, or in any other fidu
ciary capacity; and in general to do
and nerform such acts and things and
. transact such business in connection
with the foregoing objects, not incon
sistent with law, in an?" part ol the
Corporation. ,
ARTICLE. Ill
"The capital stock 'of the corporation
shair'tjeren Thousand Dollars ($10,
000.00), divided" into one-hundred shares
of the par vfiTe- of One Hundred
Dollars ($100.00) each, which shall be
paid in at such times as the Board of
Directors may designate, in cash, real
or personal property, services, lease,
option to purchase, or any other val
uable "right or thing, for the uses and
purposes of the corporation, and all
shares of capital stock, when issued
In exchange thereof, "Shall thereupon
and thereby become fully paid the
same as though paid lor in cash at par,
and shall be non-assessable forever,
and the judgment of the directors aa to
. the value of any property, right or
th.-ig acquired in exchange for capital
stock be conclusive.
ARTICLE IV
tion shalT be the date of the issuance
to it of a certificate of incorporation
by the Arizona Corporation Commis
sion, and it shall endure for the full
term of twenty-five years thereafter,
with privilege of perpetual succession
as provided bv statute.
ARTICLE V.
The affairs of the corporation shall
be conducted by a board of directors
and such officers as the said directors
may elect or appoint. The number of
directors shall be designated by the
by-laws and shall te elected from
among the stockholders at their annual
meeting to be held on the third Tues
day in July of each year. Until the
first annual meeting of the stock
holders and until their successors have
been elected and have qualified, the
following named personnel shall be the
officers and directrws: C H. Jay, F. 11.
Bowman and H. M. Myers.
ARTICLE VI.
The directors shall have power to
adopt, amvd and rescind by-laws. aiv
fill vacancies occurring in the board
from any cause, and to appoint from
their own number an executive com
mittee and vest said committee with
may at any one time subject itself is
Six Thousand Dollars.
ARTICLE VII
, , The highest amount of Indebtedness
or liability to which the corporation
may at any time subject itself is Six
Thousand Dollars.
ARTICLE VIII
The private property of the stock
holders shall be forever exempt from
its debts or obligations.
ARTICLE IX
This corporation does hereby appoint
Frank R. Stewart, 17 West Adams
i-street. Phoenix, Arizona, who has
been a bona fide .xesident of Arizona
for at least three years, its lawful
agent in and for the State of Arizona,
for and in behalf of siid company, to
accept and acknowledge service of, and
upon whom may be served, all neces-
aary process or processes in any action
suit or proceeding that may be. had
or brought against the said comnanv
in any of the courts of taid State of
Arizona, such service of process or
notice, or the acceptance thereof by
said agent endorsed therein, to have
the same forqe and effect as if served
upan the president and secretary of
eafti company.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We here
to affix our signatures and seals this
3d Jay of July, A. D. 1920.
C. H. JAY (SEAL)
F.H.BOWMAN (SEAL)
H. M. MYERS (SEAL)
STATE OF OHIO,
COUNTY OF FRANKLIN ss.
Before me, S. S. Allen, Jr., a notary
public in and. for the State and County
aforesaid, on thL, day personally ap
peared O. II. Jay, F. H. Bowman and
H. M. Myers, known to me to be the
persons whose names are subscribed
to tfce foregoing instrument, and ac
knowledged to me that they executed
the same for the purpose and consid
eration therein expressed.
Given under my hand and seal of of
fice this 3rd day of July, A. D. 1920.
; S. S. ALLEN, JR..
Notary Public.
My commission expires on the 22nd
day of March, 1322.
PRODUCE
CHICAGO. July 30. Butter, weak
ereamry, 43 53c. Kccs. unsettled
receipts. $606 cases; firsts. 43W45c;
ordinary firsts. 40fr 41 ;; at mark.
ca.r sincluded. 41 'a 43c; storage
packed extras. 4f 472-; storage
packed ii.-sts, 4t,i t 47c. Poultry, alive.
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COTTON FUTURES
NKW YORK. Jiilv Sil.-fnttnn fn-
Tfs closed hat-civ te;idv )-tnl.r
U--rmlcr, JSO.5; January,
NEW YORK, July SO. Further col
lapse of international exchange decid
edly checked bullish enthusiasm in the
stock market today, although the ten- '
dency among representative issues, in
cluding rails, was upward until the
final hour, a heavy tone ruling at the
end.
There was pressure upon rubbers,
leathers and other low-priced special
ties, shorts resuming their attacks
against those issues on more adverse
trade reports. Net losses in these and
kindred issues ranged from one to al
most three points, oils and steels also
giving away. Sales 400,000 shares.
The market was sustained during
much of the day by the comparative
ease of call money, much of which
was loaned and renewed into next
week at & per cent, increasing oeuer
in an early advance of railroad rates
was another sentimental factor.
Exchange on London was again
most affected by the general decline
in foreign remittances, sterling demana
falling to within a fraction of $3.70 to
the pound, with concurrent weakness
of rates to other allied centers. A large
part of the British bills represented,
according to report, exports of food
stuffs and cotton.
Bankers were not altogether in acr
cord with the opinion of Governor
Harding of the federal reserve board,
relative to easier credit condition.
Advices from the agricultural sections
were mainly to the effect, however,
that plenty of money is available for
crop movement.
Forecasts of tomorrow's clearing
house statement indicated a correc
tion of last week's deficit of actual
reserve, mainly as a result of the
week's liquidation in the stock mar
ket. Bonds, including Liberty and in
ternational issues, were irrestilar. To-
taJT sales (par value) were 9,s&,ttiu.
U. S. bonds were unchanged on
call.
Bradstreet's tomorrow will say:
"Aside from a slightly better, tone of
reports from final distributors, trade
reports are not greatly changed, and
fall trade in apparel lines still lacks
definite form. On balance reports as
to transportation, joint to improve
ment, as the result of past strenuous
work, but the iron and steel and fuel
trades are still centers of complaints.
Crop reports could hardly be better,
not so much because of any record
yields indicated, but because of the
generally cheerful tone of almost all
reports.
"Special mention needs to be made
of the very generally lower trend of
commodity prices this week. Special
weakness is shown in the cereals, due
to crop reports or movements; flour
is off; hog products are lower, as are
butter, sugar, coffee, meat-producing
animals and cotton and cotton goods.
"Weekly bank clearings $7,513,451,
000." NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
Furnished By
R. ALLYN LEWIS
Private Leased Wlra t all Ex-
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Am. Can
Am. Locomotive 92 H
Am. Smelting & Refining ......... 66
Am. Tel & Tel. Co
Atchinson . '9
Baldwin Locomotive ..1104
Baltimore & Ohio 31
Beth. Steel (B) 84&
Canadian Pacific .....120
Central Leather 54
Ches. & Ohio 64
Chandler Motor - 974
ChL Alii. & St. Paul 33Vi
Corn Products - 90
Crucible Steel .- 148
Erie 11
General Motors 22
Great Northern pfd 69
Great Northern Ore .. 34
International Paper 79
Int. Her. Marine pfd 78
Mexican Petroleum ............ 180
Mid vale Steel 39
Missouri Pacific 25
N. Y. Central -. 68
N. Y., N. H. & Hartford 28
Norfolk & Western 88
Northern Pacific 69
Pan American Oil 95
Pan American "B" 90
Pennsylvania 39
Pierce Arrow 45
Reading- 88
Rep. Iron & Steel .. 88
Royal Dutch 72
Southern Railway 28
Southern Pacific .. 91
Studebaker Co 65
Texas Co .-. .. 44
Tobacco Products 63
f nited States Rubber 87
United States Steel 88
United Oil 28
White Motors 48
Willys Overland 17
COPPERS
Compiled for The Republican by
R. Allyn Lewis. E. F. Hutton &
Co.'s Leased Wire. Hotel Adama
rsuilding. 119 North Central Ave.
"
Mew York Stock Exchange
Anaconda 54
Butte , 20
Calumet & Arizona ., 57
Cere de Pasco 42
Chino 28
Inspiration 48
Kennecott 24
Miami 20
Ray Cons : 15
Utah 65
New York Curb
Aritex 25
Big Ledge 7-16 9-16
Calumet & Jerome 1-18 - 3-16
Dundee l
Green Monster
Jerome Verde 3-16 5-16
Magma . . , 29 32
Magma Chief
New Cornelia 17 17
Kay Hercules 3
feilvcr King 35 45
i"u i-aoirm .............. t. " 2 74
ercie Extension CO 3
Verde Combination 1-16
GRAIN
CHICAGO, July 30. Close:
Wheat, December, $2.22;
$2.25.
Corn, September, $1.37;
bcr, $1.23.
Oats, September, 68 c;
March,
Decern'
Decern
ber, 6e.
Pork, July, $25.85; September, $26.85
Lard, September, $18.75; October.
?13.07 .
Ribs, September, $16.15; October,
$16.40.
COTTON
M2W YORK. July 30. Cotton closed
22 to 55 points net lower.
MERCANTILE PAPER
NKW YORK, July 30. Mercantile
paper, unchanged. Exchange, weak
Sterling demand. $3.70; cabzles
d. ii',4. A5v lorK exchange on
Montreal. 11 per cent discount.
Timp loans strong and unchanged.
Call money, steady; high. 8: low. S;
ruling rate. 8: closing bid, 7; offered at
S; last loan. 6.
SILVER AND COPPER
NKW YORK. July 30. Copper,
suu'iy. unchanged. American bar sil
ver, unchanged; foreign, 9c.
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mice
.Cantaloupes are plentiful on the local
market now and shipments from the
melon fields of the valley are coming
in regularly. Watermelons are scarce,
and the local supply will be exhaust
ed in a week or 10 days. After all
the local watermelons are consumed
the people of this section jwill have to
depend on Texas and California for the
supply.
A car of mixed fruits and vegetables
which was scheduled to arrive yester
day failed to appear. It is expected to
be unloaded here Monday.
Following is the local produce mar
ket: Dealers Ara Paying
Pryers, lb. ............ .25 . .
Peterita 2.90 ..
Kaffir corn 2.90
Wheat, cwL 4.25 ..
Barley '. 3.00 ..
Bran, sack ............. 1.85 ..
Milo maize 3.35
Ratail Selling Prices
Eggs, aozen aa
Almonds, lb .40
Apricots. 1 lb 15
Aspuargus, lb .35
Bananas. 1 lb. for 20
Bell peppers, each .... .65
.60
DIaclibcri-icii, Loi. ..... ."0
Bunch vegetables, 3 for .10
Brazil nuts. lb. .50
Cabbage . . .03
Cucumbers, 2 lbs. .25
Celery, bunch 25
.50
.40
Cherries, lb 35
Crabapples. 2 lbs 25
Cherries, lb .40
Cantaloupes, 3 for .15
.20
Dry onions. 3 lbs 25
Dromedary dates, pkg. .25
Flour, 24-lb. sac- ..S,.. 1.75
2.10
1.00
r lgs, 3 ids -D
Green corn, per dozen. . .60
Green Chili, lb 50
Grapes, lb 10
.15
Grapefruit. 2 for . .25
Hazel nuts, lb .45
Lemons, dozen .30
.40
.15
Lettuce, per head .10
Loganberries, box ..... .30
Lima beans, lb 20
Loquots, lb 20,
Oranges, dozen 60
Olives, qt. .85
Okra. lb. 30
Peaches. 1 lb 12
Potatoes, lb .06
Plums, lb .15
.15
.07
Peas. lb. 17
Rhubarb, lb - .15
String "beans, lb 20
Squash, 2 lbs. for ' .25
Strawberries i .30
Tomatoes, lb .10
.15
.04
.50
Watermelons, lb .03
Walnuts, lb 40
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LIVESTOCK
Chicago
CHICAKGO, July 30 (U. S. Bureau
Markets) CATTLE Receipts. 5,000.
Good and choice steers strong to 25c
higher; medium grades steady; com
mon steers draggy. Top, $17; best she
stock steady; bulls medium; cows, can
ners and calves lower; good and choice
vealers, $1617; stockers weak.
HOGS Receipts, 16.000. First sales
10c to 15c higher; later steady to strong
at yesterday's average. Top, $16.10;
bulk ligh and butchers. $15.1016.00;
bulk packing sows, $13.7514.25; pigs
steady. ,
SHEEP Receipts, 11,000. Generally
steady. Top western lambs. $16.25; na
tive, $14.65; bulk native, $14.85; bulk
native, $1314.25; western wethers,
$8.50; feeder lambs, $1012.50.
Kansas City
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. July 30. (IT. S.
Bureau Markets) CATTLE Receipts,
2.300. Cows weak: vealers and other
classes about steady: quality common;
quarantine recipts 28 cars. Best qual
ity steers, $1L50; top vealers, $14.75;
heavy calves,. 50c lower; Panhandle
calves. $11. 2512.50.
HOGS Receipts, 600. 10c to 16c
higher. Bulk' light and medium. $15.40
rai5.55; bulk heavy, $14.25015.60; top,
$15.65.
SHEEP Receipts, 600. Uneven;
lambs generally 25c lower. Bulk bet
ter kind, $13.25(g13.50; culls. $6.503
16.75; sheep steady.
Denver
DENVER, July 30 CATTLE Re
ceipts, 75. Market steady. Beef steers,
$9(514; cows and heifers, $7.259.75;
stockers and feeders, $78.50; calves,
$812.
HOGS Receipts, none.
SHEEP Receipts, none.
LIBERTY BONDS
NEW YORK. July 30. Liberty bonds
closed today at: 3s. $91.04; first 4s,
$85.70; second 4s, $84.54; first 4s,
$85.60; second 4Us. $84.62; third 4s,
$88.60: fourth 414s, $35.10: victory
3s, $9d..2; victory 4s, $95.76.
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SENDS PHOTOS BY WIRELESS
COPENHAGEN H. T. Anderson, a
young man, here, has invented a sim
ple method of sending pictures by
wireless. "Polilken." a newspaper
here, used a photograph of President
Ebert of Germany, sent from Germany
by the invention
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TOUR TO CALIFORNIA
MESA, July 30. Bound for the Cali
fornia coast, where they will pass the
month of August, a trio of auto parties
took their departure from Mesa yes
terday afternoon. Comprising the
party were Mr. and Mrs. Bert New
man and daughter in one car, Dan Hib
bert and children in a second car, and
John Riggs and family in the third.
Mrs. Hibbert and three children, who
have been in Long Beach for some
time, will join the party on its arrival
there.
The three machines are making the
trip together and will return in a sim
ilar party the early part of September
in time for the opening of the schools.
Overland to Coast
Mrs. Louise S. Webb and two daugh
ters, who reside southwest of Mesa,
plan on taking their departure this
morning for the California coast. They
will make the trip overland, being ac
companied by Lloyd Chandler, who,
following a visit in Mesa through the
summer, will return to his home in
San Francisco.
Take Allan Home
Pan F Collett, secretary of the
Mesa commercial club, has taken a
lease on the Elijah Alln home on East
Second avenue and will reside there
the coming year. Mrs. Collett, who is
now stopping in Long Beach, and a
son-in-law and family are expecting to
join Mr. CollettTiere in the early fall.
St. Mark' Services
The services at St. Mark's Episcopal
church on Pepper drive on Sundaywill
be featured by an open air service that
evening on the lawn where-it is cool.
comfortable and pleasant. A short ad
dress will be made by the rector, the
Rev. Francis Bloy. The service will
open at 8 o'clock.
Move to Country Home
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sargent and
Mr. Sargent's mother expect to move
today from their past residence at 20
South Morris street to their new coun
try home on East Lewis street, just
east of the city limits.
METALS
NEW YORK, July 30. Copper
steady and unchanged; third quarter,
19c. Iron, firm and unchanged. Tin
steady and unchanged. Antimony, un
changed. Lead, steady, unchanged
Zinc, steady; East St. Louis, $7.70Fil
8.00. At London: Copper, 92 7s 6d;
Telectroiytic, unchanged ; tin, 268, 7s
6d; lead. 37 5s; zinc, spot. 41 5s.
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Back From Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Long returned
yesterday morning following a vaca
tion on the California coast and have
resumed their duties with fhe Q. S.
Stapley company. Miss Ethel Gibson,
who is also a member of the Stapley
office force, expects to commence her
vacation tomorrow or Monaay, wnen
she will leave -for a vacation on me
coast.
Visitors in Mesa
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Steele and son
Horace and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cam
eron and son Ralph were visitors in
Mesa Thursday evening, the guests of
the W. A. MacDonald family on West
First street. ...
Butler Plays With Clarksdaie
Clarence Butler, who has been one
of the mainstays of the Mesa baseball
club through its past season Dy mo
brilliant work in the infield and at bat,
expects to leave today for Clarksdaie.
where he will play witn tne ciud iue
through the remainder of its season.
Butler's family is remaining here and
he will return to the valley in the fall.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to extend our heartfelt
thanks to our many friends for their
kindly acts and beautiful floral offer
ings during the recent illness and
death of our dear wife and mother.
JOHN C. TERRY
GEORGE C. TERRY
HELEN TERRY
DELL A TERRY
ESTER MAY TERRY
GARDENER AIDS JUPE PLUVIUS
PORTLAND Hail to city efficiency!
While Jupe Pluvius drenched the city
hall lawn with heaven's own H20 the
gardener stood in a doorway out of
the rain and played a hose on the
grass.
NEWS AT CHANDLER1
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CHANDLER. July 30 The J. L.
Entriken Realty company reports the
sale of a quarter section of land near
the Oasis ranch, eight miles southwest
of town, to J. Henderson Stockton of
Phoenix, for $100 per acre. Joseph R.
Loftus of Phoenix has sold two quarter
sections of land to a California com
pany for $125 per acre.
On Vacation "
J. R. Redfern. a well known rancher,
will leave for Los Angeles to spend a
two weeks' vacation. City Attorney
Arthur E. Price will leave for the coast
on Monday to join Mrs. Price, who is
spending the Summer there at Long
Beach.
Leaves
i O. N. Crawford and family, who have
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OFFICE SOUTHSIDE DEPARTMENT
16 South Macdonald Street; Phone 841; Mesa
TEMPE AGENCY
Laird &. Dine Drug Store
Phone 22
GILBERT AGENCY
Gilbert Pharmacy
Phona Mesa 1R2
LAST HALF MILE OF
MESA -TEMPE ROAD
IS OPENED FOR USE
TEMPE. July $0. Completing a
stretch of pavement that has been
looked forward to by southside motor
ists since the initial work was started
on it in October of last year, the last
half mile of the seven-mile Tempe
Mesa highway was thrown open to
traffic yesterday morning. Except foi
a small stretch of a few blocks on the
east end of eighth street In Tempe,
where controversy over the right-ot-way
across the railroad track Is tem
porarily holding off the opening, the
paved road now extends from Mesa
through Tempe to within a few mileb
of Phoenix.
It was two weeks ago last night that
the last foot of pavernent was laid on
the half-mile stretch past the Pacific
Creamery plant, where for several
months work was delayed because of
a lack of cement. Early yepterday
morning the dirt used to cure the ce
ment was cleared, traffic signs direct
ing travel, over other routes were re
moved, and autoists were permitted
the full pleasure of traveling over a
paved highway the entire distance
from Tempe to Mesa.
How soon the pavement on East
Eighth street will be opened Is a
question. The town of Tempe. acting
in accordance with orders from the
corporation commission, is planning on
removing certain trees near , the rail
road crossing on the property of Jesse
Woolf which are supposed to obstruct
the view of motorists from oncoming
trains. Railway crossings on either
side of the main crossing are now
being fixed, and indications are that
the road will be opened within the
next few days. , .
Meantime traffic is following tl
old Tempe-Mesa road, which is not
any longer, though rough.
Will Summer in Las Vegas.
Mrs. A. S. Hehzberg and younger
son are planning to leave Sunday ev
ening for Las " egas, N. M where
they will pass August as the guests
of Mr. and Mcs. M. B. Krause. nee
Miss Ruby Lukin. Later they will con
tinue on to Kansas City and following
a short visit will return to Las Vegas
and thence to Tempe, being accom
panied from the latter place by Mr.
and Mrs. Krause, who will make their
home in Tempe. Mr. Krause will be
associated with Mr. Herzberg in the
Busy Corner store. Bennie. oldest eon
of Mr. and Mrs. Herzberg, left Thurs
been resident? here for the past year.
have removed to their old home at
Albuquerque, N. M.
Return Horn
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Meyer have re
turned home again after spending a
aetigntiui two weeks' vacation in north
ern Arizona.
All Classes Of
Hay and Grain
FOR SALE
In ton or carload lots, or will deliver
Phone 19R3, Mesa, or see Ellis H. Pew, Manager
ALFRED J. PETERS & CO.
Gilbert, Ariz.
Commission Merchants
LIBERTY BONDS INVESTMENTS
STOCKS BONDS COTTON GRAIN
MINING AND OIL STOCKS
PRIVATE LEASED WIRES
Correspondents
LOGAN & BRYAN
STOCKS
BONDS
R. ALLYN LEWIS
ADAMS HOTEL BLDG,
Correspondents of E. F. Hutton
Exchange. Direct
LIBERTY BONDS
AUTO STAGE TIME
IP.M. STAGES DAILY TO 8:15 A. M.
APACHE TRAIL ROOSEVELT DAM GLOBE MIAMI
SUPERIOR RAY 9:15 A. M.
STAGES HOURLY TO
TEMPE MESA CHANDLER
SIGHTSEEING BUS
LARGE 25 PASSENGER BUS
Special attention given to picnic parties and sightseeing trips over
the Salt River Valley.
Phone 1465
UNION AUTO TRANSPORTATION CO.
11.1315 East Jefferson St. Phones: 1465, 711
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DAILY SCHEDULE
L, Phoenix ..........10a.m. Ar. Casa Grande. ..... ..1:30 p. m.
Lv. Casa Grande 4p.m. Ar. Phoenix 7:30p.m.
OFFICE AT CACTUS GARAGE, 126 South First St
CHANDLER AGENCY
Gardner & Harmer Drug Stora
Phona 21
GOODYEAR AGENCY
J. E. Flanaa" Refreshment
Parlor
day evening for Loa Angeles and the
coast resorts to spend the summer.
Back from the Coast.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Peck returned
yesterday morning from their vaca
tion through July, passed at points on
the California coast. Mr. Peck will re
sume his work at the head of the Tem
pe National Bank, relieving Mayor C.
M. Woodward. Mr. and Mrs. Wood
ward expect to get away Sunday even
ing for Long Beach.
Missionary Society.
The Woman's Missionary Society of
the' Christian church will meet at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Shamblin
on Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Overland to Coast.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Joyce and Mr.
and Mrs. R. W Nichols and family are
leaving this afternoon by automobile
for California, where they will spend
the month of August. A few days will
be passed on the coast and the re
mainder of the month at Lake Tahoa
and other points farther north.
Entertain at Dinnar.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Adam enter
tained at dinner, Thursday at their
country residence southwest of Tem
pe. Their guests included Mr. and Mrs.
Niels Peterson. Mrs. C. G- Steele. Miss
Ruth Steele, Mrs. Bv B. Sanders and
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Aepli ,
Will Summer Payson,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Chiton and fam
ily expect to get away today by auto
mobile to pass- the remainder of the
summer in and about Payson. Mr. ana
Mrs. Pink Cole also expect to depart
today or tomorrow for the same point.
Go to the Coast.
Dr. M. D. Young, who last winter
purchased the C. W. Zimmerman home
near the Pacific Creamery plant, ex
pects to leave this morning with his
family for Los Angeles and other coast
points. They will make the trip by au
tomobile.
In from Coast.
D. R. Van Petten arrived yesterday
morning from Los Angeles and will
pass a few days in Tempe looking aft
er business interests.
Returns to Home.
Mrs. Blanch Nettle left Friday even
ing for her home in Los Angeles. Sh
was called here some time ago by the
serious illness and subsequent death
of her father. Aaron Cummins.
Going to Coast.
E. Schmidt of the Tempe Harnes
shop expects to leave tomorrow even
ing to spend the month of August at
Coronado Beach, San Diego. He 'will
accompany his daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Kunz, of
Phoenix.
WE WISH to take this means of
extending our most sincere thanks to
thse who by their kindly words and
deeds assisted us during the illness
and death of our loved one.
MRS. A. CUMMINS AND FAMILY.
GRAPES
For sale at E. G. Bailay ranch, 1
mile north, of Telephone Office,
Mesa, Ariz. Phone Mesa 2R2.
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