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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1920
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SPECIALISTS
In the examination of -eyea and the
fitting of cdkrect glasses.
NORTH R UP OPTICAL CO.
9 E. Adams St.
. Phone 690 for appointment
Why
Suffer?
Poor eyq
L: sight is a
? drain upon
i" the nerves
i and your
health and
; your disposition. Prop- bj
; er glasses will help you.
; Onr glasses qualify.
R Munson Optical Co.
o fcast Washington St, ' H
Phoenix . I-I
3fe.l.lt..l8IJ.I.hl.l.l,ITTCT'
S3 Eact Washington
Akv Goldbergs Ctothlna
Store
Phene 808
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Phoenix Seed and
Feed Company
Wholesale and Retail
125 East Jefferson St.
Haas, Barnch & Co, Inc.
GROCERS
WHOLESALE
Constable Ice and
Fuel Company
Phone 1555
Pjy RE iCE GOOD SERVICE
ARIZONA HARDWARE
SUPPLY CO.
h-7 The Only EXCLUSIVE
WHOLESALE
Hardware House in the State
Guaranteed
TITLES
Phoenix Title oV Trust Co.
H I Buy Diamonds and
ft Pay Highest Cash Price
Rrlack Gardner
II n 15 N. CENTRAL
NGRAVED
WEDDING INVITATIONS.
AND ANNOUNCEMENT CARDS
MlJFACniRINB STATIONERS--
Capt. E. M. Robison
FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA
United States Senate
Republican Primary
PLUMBING
HONEST WORK FAIR PRICES
Send me your work for quick and
efficient service
O. E. BELLAS
610 Ncrth First St.; Phone 2875
LOANS EASY
TO GET
n sums 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
ftdential. PEOPLE'S LOAN AND INVEST-
MENT COMPANY
Phone 1395. 23 East Washington
Arizona Iron Works, Inc.
p. O. Box 575 Phone 1271
Three blocks south of State Cap
ital between Jackson and Harri -
r eon Streets.
We have an up-to-date loundry
and Machine Shop and specialize
in repairing Mining and Cotton Gin
machinery.
E. C. VOSS, Manager.
Hitttt eeL'" ;NNnaM. eon
2SBJS5r
as m.mlS4i.-''jM
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WATER REPORT
Reservoir, elevation
Reservoir contents, acre ft...
Elevation, year ago
Contents year ago
Water used, north side
Water used, south side
209.19
.1,113.855
. 176.29
. 668,509
45,600
4 8,090
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WEATHER FORECAST
Ari'zona: Saturday fair west, show
ers east portion, warmer extreme west
portion; Sunday probably showers
and cooler, except extreme west por
tion. Southern California: Fair.
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, WEATHER REPORT
Boston 64
Buffalo 72
Chicago 82
Denver ......... B0
Flagstaff 66
Fresno 92
Clear '
Clear
Cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
Clear
Cloudy
Cloudy
Clear
Rain
Clear
Cloudy
Pt. Cldy
Cloudy
Clear
Cloudy
Clear
Clear
Clear
Clear
Clear
Cloudy
Pt. Cldy
Clear
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56
66
92
88
84
78
76
98
84
72
86
97
78
92
86
80
74
66
Galveston 1 . . 84
Kansas City .
Los Angeles .
Minneapolis . . .
Xeedles . . .
New Orleans .
New York
8
72
66
98
78
66
Oklahoma t
PHOENIX 97
Pittsburg .
Portland. Ore.
St. Louis ....
Salt Lake City
San Diego ...
San Francisco
2
!0
82
78
70
CO -
Spokane 84
84
92
72
60
100
Tucson 90
Washington .... 70
Winnipeg 56
Yuma 93
Local Weather Yesterday
f 6 a.m. Noon 6 p.m.
j lemp., dry bulb., 79
92 97
Temp., wet bulb.. 71
Humidity, per cent.' 6S
Wind from S ' ,
Wind, miles .. 3
Rainfall 0
Weather . . . Clear
75 67
44 22
W W
:: 4
0 0
Clear Clear
Highest yesterday 97
Lowest yesterday 76
Total rainfall o
Deficiency in temperature yesterday,
2 degrees. -
Deficiency in temperature since the
iirst of the month, 27 degrees.
Accumulated excess in temperature
since January 1. S7 degrees.
Normal precipitation January V
daie, 4.68 inches.
Actual precipitation January ,1
date, 5.87 inches..
Excess since January 1, .69 inches
JAMES H. GORDON
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to
Cotton Region Bulletin
NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 20 Season
able temperatures have prevailed over
most of the cotton belt, day tempera
ture being below normal in only a few
districts. General showers, mostly lig'ut
to moderate but heavy at a few sta
tions have fallen in the Carolinas.
northern Georgia and Alabama; scat
tered showers in Tennessee, Oklahoma,
southern Louisiana and on the Texas
coast and a few places elsewhere
JAMES H. GORDON.
HIGHWAYS WEaWIrBULLETIN
River Crossings
Sacaton: There is about two feet of
water in the liver. Cars are being
puiiea across.
Cochise County
Texas Canyon road passable; all
main roads in good condition.
Coconino County
Roads generally good. Showers
causing some mud over short stretches,
but not delaying travel.
Graham County
County roads in fair condition; rough
from Geronimo to San Carlos.
Greenlee County
All roads in county in first class
condition; all streams bridged. All
roads have gravel surface well packed.
Gila County
General condition: Roads are dry
and dusty; Globe-Winkelman-Hayden
road in good condition; Roosevelt
I'ayson road in fine shape.
Maricopa County
Frescott-W ickenburg road good;
Rlack Canyon fair 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.
Navajo County
Holbrook-Winslow road bad on south
side of river. Tourists should take
road just north of Santa Fe railroad.
Bedahochi wash crossing impassable
on Keams Canyon road. Use road just
north of Twin Buttes. All other roads
good.
Whiteriver: Roads across reserva
tion are rough but dry and hard except
for a few soft places at the hlgher'ele
vations. Pima County
All main roads in the county in good
shape; balance fair. Federal road to
Mount Lemon is completed.
Pinal County
Mountain roads in good condition,
valley roads dusty and rough. Flor-ence-Casa
Grande road bad, due to
reconstruction; take desert roads be
tween these two points.
Santa Cruz County
Several storms last week: roads
washed out in several places through
out county.
Yavapai County
Roads in good condition. Daily rains
but no washouts or high water.
Yuma County
Ehrenberg ferry open to traffic.
Road in good oondition;
Parker: Road via Parker and Needles
in good condition.
JAMES H. GORDON.
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OBITUARIES
n ' Ti
Lavern B. Shaw
Lavern B. Shaw, son of W. D. Shaw,
died Sunday morning, Aug. 15, at his
home -on North Seventh avenue after
a brief illness.
Funeral services were held on Mon
day, Aug. 16, at th First Baptist
church in Glendale. A. large number
of friends and relatives of the family
were in attendance. Interment was
made in the Glendale cemetery.
JjpcaIBrie
WIFE WINS DIVORCE On charges
of desertion, Ethel I. McGurnes yester
day was granted a decree of divorce
from William 11. MBGurnes by Judge
Lyman.
ON MOTOR CAR TRIP W. H.
Ohlreau and family have left Phoenix
for a motor car trip to the Grand
Canyon and other points of interest in
the northern part of Arizona.
P. O. INSPECTOR RETURNS
j Postoffice Inspector Means has re
i turned from 1as Angeles, where he ha.s
j been engaged on business connected
1 with the postal service.
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HOME FROM INSPECTION TRIP
E. D. Chance, postoffice inspector,
has returned from a trip of inspection
in the northern part of the state. He
has been away from the local office for
about a month.
RECOVERS FROM ILLNESS I. J.
Johnson of the New York Life, who
has been seriously ill for the past three
weeks at his home, 634 North First
avenue, is improving and expects to be
out and around again in about 10 days.
MAIL CARRIERS INCREASED
Ii line with the policy of the local
postoffice to extend and improve thf
city service as quickly as possible,
three new carriers have been added to
the force, according to an announce
ment made yesterday. Three more will
be added as soon as they can be ob
tained. WIFE ASKS DIVORCE Declaring
that he deserted her, Eliza A. Olivas
yesterday brought suit for a decree of
divorce from Jeorge Olivas. She asks
that she be awarded the custody of
their 2-year-old child and $25 a month
for its support.
FINED FOR BEATING .BOY On
motion of Judge Carl Davis, assistant
county attorney, a charge of aggra
vated battery against Leon M. Fricke
yesterday was reduced to a misde
meanor to which he pleaded guilty and
was fined $50 by Justice McKee.
Fricke was charged by F. M. Wilkin
son with beating his 13-year-old son,
Marion Wilkinson.
HELD ON STATUTORY CHARGE
Florencio Escobar yesterday was ar
raigned in the superior court on a
charge of having committed a statu
tory offense and was granted time un
til next Monday.. Aug. 23, to enter his
plea to the charge. The complaint was.
made by Maxima de Escobar. Escobar
is being held in the cOnnty jail under a
bond of $1000, which he could not fur
nish. DAUGHTER IS MISSING J. F.
Ackley R. R. 6, has reported to the
police that his 17-year-old daughter,
Margarite, has been missing from her
home since - Thursday. Before going
the girl left a note saying she intended
taking a trip to Los Angeles. She is
described as an attractive blonde about
5 feet in he:ght and weighing 125
pounds.
WANTS ITS INCREASE, TOO
The Mascot & Western railroad wants
its share. Though not one Arizonian
in ten ever heard of it, it exists in Co
chise county and now it has got into
the record by making application to
the state corporation commission for
permission to claim its cut of the pro
posed increase of intrastate rates for
which the larger roads are arsking.
That permission was granted though
the increase itself has not been.
AWARDED FOREIGN ORDER
Commander Harold Jones, V. S. N.,
commanding the navy recruiting dis
trict headquarters" at San Diego and
embracing the sub-stations of Phoenix,
Gobe, Riverside and El Centro,' Cal.,
recently was awarded by the Portugese
government, via the state and navy de
partments, the diploma of the ''Order
of Avis,'' conferred for services ren
dered during the world war. This or
der was founded in 1162 A. D. Com
mander Jones, was a guest in Phoenix
with the Pacific baseball team on July
4, 1920.
PLEADS GUILTY TO MAKING
LIQUOR Rafael Armenta yesterday
pleaded guilty in the superior court on
arraignment to a charge of manufac
turing intoxicating liquor and will be
sentenced next Monday afternoon at
I o'clock by Judge Lyman. Armenta
was arrested on August 6 by Deputy
Sheriff Gilbert Blanco, when the lat
ter found Armenta in the act of jerk
ing a cooker filled with mash from a
stove in a tent in the 1700 block or,
East Madison street. A 50-gallon bar
rel of mashmade from ground corn
and potatoes was found in the back
room of the place. Armenta according
to Deputy Blanco had been grinding
corn for more mash prior to his en
trance. No liquor was found in thp
place.
HELDON LARCENY CHARGE
Edith Barnec-. colored, yesterday was
held to answer to the superior court
by Justice McKee on a charge of grand
larceny and was committed to the
county jail when she failed to furnish
a bond of $300. She is charged with
taking rings and jewelry valued at
$185. from Frank Smith, colored. Mrs.
Barnes said Smith gave her the jewelry.
Robert Barnes, the husband, was ar
rested in Tucson last Monday on a
charge of receiving stclen property and
had in his possession at the time a pair
of diamond earrings which Smith
alleges that Mrs. Barnes gave her hus
band. He will be given a hearing on
the charge tooay before Justice McKee.
Mrs. Barnes was arrested last Friday
by the police in Phoenix.
AND
FOR
COTTON
Six-foot and Six-inch Ridge Pole
Full Three-foot Side Wall
Quality and price hard to equal.
See our goods and get our prices before buying.
Sign up now and be protected.
Coilings Vehicle & Harness Co.
26-32 East Adams St. Phoenix, Ariz.
ARRESTED AFTER IE
MADE Fill
T WHISKEY
Assisted by Deputy Sheriff j Blanco
and Officer Walton of the city police.
Constable Pickens of Mesa yesterday
afternoon led a successful raid on the
home of Sylvester Nelson, three miles
northeast of Mesa on a ranch which
netted a still, complete with coils and
two and a half gallons of "moonshine"
whisky. Nelson was not at home at
the time of the raid, but was arrested
later in Mesa by Constable Pickens
and brought to the county jail in Phoe
nix, where he is being held for arraign
ment. The whisky was found in glass fruit
jars hidden in a trunk in a bedroom
of the home. The jars were covered
with clothing. A milk can was found
in the yard, and in a sack in a closet
the officers found the top to the can
and several fet of copper tubing. . The
top of the can was fixed with two
connections so that two "worms" could
be operated at once. No mash was
Jound. .Nelson stated to the officers
last night that this was the first whisky
he had ever made.
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SENT TO LOS ANGELES
Michael Sunar. the 13-year-old boy
whose uncle died of heat exhaustion
near Agua Caliente on Aug. 9 while on
a trip by motorcycle from Los Angeles
to Miami, left last night for Los An
geles in care of the Juvenile Protec
tive association. Young Sunar has an
aunt living in Los Angeles and has
been waiting in Phoentx since last
Tuesday for a ticket from her which
would enable him to return to the
coast.
The uncle, Marco Sunar, had lost
both hands in a mine explosion, and
one eye, and used two iron hooks on
each arm-as hands. These hooks opened
and closed by strings which ran up
the arm and were ennected to the op
posite shoulder. The motorcycle
which he was riding from the coast
had a side basket to it and was driven
j by the uncle with a foot pedal and
guided by clamping the hooks over the
handle bars. Just out of Agua CaliH
ente the cycle struck a boulder and
broke the foot pedal on the car and
one of the hooks from the elder Su
nar's arm. Michael walked back .10
miles to Agua Caliente for help and
the next day they found his uncle dead
on the desert two miles from Agua
Caliente.
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HARDY VISITS PHOENIX Leslie
C. Hardy, candidate for the nomination
for the office of attorney general, was
a visitor to the city yesterday from
Nogales.
EDITOR JAYNES IN CITY Allan
B. Jaynes, proprietor of the Tucson
Citizen, was a guest yesterday at the
Adams hotel.
BEAT WIFE, IS CHARGE Pedro
Silvas yesterday was held to answer
to the superior court by Justice McKee
on a charge of aggravated assault and
was committed to the county jail when
lie failed to furnish a bond of $1000.
Silvas is charged with beating his wife.
Amada Weiss Silvas, with a harness
trace. She stated that the beating oc
curred when she refused to sell her
ranch and turn the money over to Sil
vas in order that he could go to Mex
ico. Several weeks ago Silvas was ar
rested on a charge of assault in con
nection with a beating he is alleged to
have administered to Mrs. Weiss. She
had the charge dismussed and married
him. Silvas was employed at vher
ranch at the time.
INTERRUPT DRINKING PARTY
"I was just smelling a bottle of soda
water ' when the policeman arrested
me," asserted Pedro Gomez when he
appeared in police court yesterday to
answer a charge of being drunk and
disorderly. Policemen Williams and
McCloud, who included Loretta Thom
as and Salvador Erada in their arrest
of Gomez, explained that the three
men were passing about two bottles,
one containing soda water and the
other a violent beverage. The officers
said they saw Gomez drink from both
bottles. The other two defendants ad
mitted they were drunk. Each of the
defendants was fined $3
ALL
GROWERS
Hotel Arrivals
Adams
Cornelius T. Reddington, Ajo; Al J.
Phillips, Los Angeles; L. Parsons, No
gales: Melvin L. Nevitt, Mesa; J. W.
Thomas, Los Angeles; Mrs. C. W.
Wilson. Phoenix; Mrs. R. W. Graham.
El Paso; C. Toeten, Prescott; W. C
Ellis. Prescott; W. J. Botts, Los Ange
les; Ed T. Murphy, San Francisco;
Edward Snyder, San Francisco; George
E. Rath, Los Angeles; Julius Borgman
El Paso; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Minnick,
New York City; Theo. Hapgood, Los
Angeles; J. W. Anderson, Los Angeles:
Mrs. J. A. Stockwell. Lake Charles,
Pa.: Helen K. Boulwan, Nashville,
Tenn.; C. W. Patcher, Phoenix; Allen
B. Jaynes, Tucson; Mr. and Mrs. Jamos
Massey, Douglas: John T. Hull, Los
Angeles; Ed O'Hagan. Jerome; Charles
R. Hine. El Paso; Gladys Smiley, Mis
souri: A. E. Stewart, Kansas City; M.
E. Stewart. Kansas City; John Towle,
Superior.
Jefferson
R II. Surlpkum and wife, Nashville:
J. F. Quinn, St. Joseph, Mo.; M. I.
Schoolman, Chicago; Mrs. Ella Conley,
Ruckeve: Helen Nichols, Buckeye;
Ellis Conley, Buckeye; E. J. Sings,
Buckeye; Mr. and M.rs. J. Duncan
Phoenix: Mr. and Mrs. Phil Cham
pagne, Mesa; M. T. Carpenter, Casa
Grande: G. M. Butler, Tucson; Ed
Donohue, Kansas City; Percy V llliams
Silverbell: W. 11. Buehman; William
H. Barth, Tu"eon.
Commercial
George H. inailey, Tucson; Paul
Habrisa and wife. Milwaukee; W. F.
Williams. Holbrook; Mr. and -Mrs. B.
J. Clifford. Kingman; J. T. Sheran,
Los Angeles; K. Mandell, Casa
Grande; Margaret Hazlett, Albuquer
que; Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Harris, Mesa;
Jas. T. Converse; C. T. Converse. Tuc
son: T. E. Tate, Prescott; . Leslie C
Hardy, Nogales; Robert Carter; S. G.
Thomas. El Paso.
irro
A mixed car of fruits and vegetables
was received yesterday, as also a car
load of "Diamond P" potatoes, which
was shipped in from northern Califor
nia." There was received also a large
shipment of limes, which came in from
Mexico. Another mixed car is expect
ed today.
Following is the list of prices:
Dealers Are Paying
Fryers, 10 .25' . .
Feterita 2.90
Kaffir corn 2.90
Whet. cwt 4.25 ..
Barley , 3.00 . . ,
Bran, sack , 1.8S
Milo maize 3.35 ..
Retail Selling Prices
Eggs, dozen '. .60
Almonds, lb '.40 .SO
Apples, lb .15 ..
Bananas. 1 lb. for .... .20
Bell peppers, 1 lb .30
Bunch vegetables, 3 for .10 j
Brazil nuts, lb. ........ .50 ..
Cabbage .. .......... .OS
Cucumbers, 2 lbs. .... .25
Celery, bunch 25 .50
Crabapples, 2 lbs. ..... .25
Cantaloupes. 3 for 15 .20
Dry onions. 4 lbs...... .25
Flour. 24-lb. safcn 1.75 2.10
Green corn, per dozen.. .60 1.00
Green Chili, lb .30 . '
Grapes, lb .10 .15
Grapefruit. 2 for .- .25
Hazel nuts, lb .45
Lemons, dozen .30 . .40
Lettuce, per bead ...... .10 .15
Loquots, lb. .20
Oranges, dozen .60
Olives, qt 85 ..
Okra, lb .20
Peaches. 1 lb 12 .15
Pears, lb 20
PotaUs, lb 05 -06 k
Plums, 3 lbs. .25 . ...
String beans, lb .20
Squash, 3 lbs for .25 ..
Tomatoes, lb 12 .15
Watermelons, lb 03 .04
Walnuts, lb. ...... .40 .50
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WESTERN LEAGUE
Des Moines 1, Wichita 3.
All others postponed, rain.
do you 0sn4-
IMPENDENCE
On;
A business course means indepen
dence to the woman. It means that
she will be more resourceful and
more capable of taking'care of her
jelf. The clinging vine idea is going
out of fashion, in .the world of
practical Ideals and sturdy ideas.
First fall opening Monday, August
30, 1920.
Enroll early and avoid the rush.
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SWAH DOWN
THE LA JUNTA f LOIR MILLS
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Alice
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POURMliikuJ
Mb
J We buy in car lots and give our customers the benefit of the saving. Whole
!M sale and retail.
ARIZONA GROCERY CO.
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- SALE -
Pop go the prices!
Men's Shirts.
'All kinds.
All sizes.
"Manhattan" and other
high quality brands.
Reduced 25.
Entire stock "Mansco"
union suits reduced 25.
Prices range now from
$1.85 to $3.75.
We are sure this will be
an interesting announce
ment to those men of Phoe
nix who recognize the very
high quality of the mer
chandise affected by this
price revision.
McDougall & Cassou
Washington Street
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OFFICIAL STANDING
CHICAGO, Aug. 20 The official
standing of the Western league, in
cluding games of August 17, announced
here today, follows:
Team Won. . Lost.
Tulsa 69 48
Wichita 69 50
St. Joseph 63 57
Omaha , 60 55
Oklahoma City 61 58
Joplin 55 63
Sioux City .. 50 68
Des Moines 45 73
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE 1919 model Ford tour
ing with new rubber; no starter; bar
gain. Phone 1037. 606 W. Washing
ton St. dd
FOR JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
I hereby announce my candidacy for Justice ot the Supreme Court
of Arizona, subject to the Democratic primaries.
SAMUEL L. PATTEE
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A Ford Special: Phone 1917
The Taylor Auction House Is Now One of the
FORD STORES
Auctions Will Be Continued
The Place Will Be Conducted as an Auction and Weekly Sale
Yard. I invite your patronage.
''
Every Article there will have a Sale Price on it and will be sold.
I mean what goods are offered on sale.
BUT
When that Article is on Auction Block, Your Price is Mine.
Don't you ever think there will be any dirty work in this yard.
I Don't Do Business That Way.
When you want to sell, phone to Taylor's Auction House If
you have anything you want sold, I take it on commission, at YOUR
Risk. -
Remember When goods are on the Block, they are sold, to
highest bidder.
MR. ALLEN IS MANAGER
The Phone Is 1917
Postscript I hear the "wail" sounded that Ford will buncombe
every one, and buy in goods: -Any man or woman who dreams of
me bartering my reputation for nickles is simply an idiot: If I am
at that, or any other auction, and see a bargain, I'll buy it, but no
auctioneer shall ever (as I have seen done often) knock down any
article to me against your bid. Please credit me with having com
mon sense.
GEO. O. FORD.
DDDDDDODQDDQQDOnOO
"SWAN DOWN" FLOUR
CAR RECEIVED YESTERDAY
We offer at the following price :
98-lb.
sack
48-lb.
sack
24-lb.
sack
Service When You Need It
HU LETT'S
Prickly Heat Lotion Still BOo
Takes Away the Sting
Sold Only at
KIMBALL & HU LETTS
Drug Store, Phoenix
Adams at First Ave. Phone 4441
P. H. BENSON
' For
House of Representatives
Ninth District
Democratic Primary
Nealon of Phoentx tor Supreme
Court. Adv. 41
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$6.90
$3.60
$1.85
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