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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1920
SPECIALISTS
In the Eamination of Eyes and
Fitting of Correct Glasses
Northrup Optical Co.
9 EAST ADAMS STREET
Phone 690 for Appointment
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35 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
PHONE 3039
EYESTRAIN
SPECIALISTS
DR. vMUNSON
OPTOMETRISTS
MUNSON OPTICAL CO.
8 East Washington St.
Phoenix Seed and
Feed Company
Wholesale and Retail
125 East Jefferson St.
Haas, Baruch & Co
Incorporated
GROCERS
WHOLESALE
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(TR A QEsjffi? C 0 U N CILJ5
WATER REPORT
Reservoir elevation 197.02
Reservoir contents, acre feet. . .949,60!'
Elevation year ago 199. 3S
Contents, year aso 870,110
Water used, north side 3,504
Water used, south side 10,447
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WEATHER FORECAST
Arizona: Friday fair south, possibly
rain or snow north portion, warmer;
Saturday, partly cloudy and colder,
probably snow north portion.
Colorado: Friday, fair east, rain or
snow west portion, warmer; Satur
day, unsettled, warmer east portion,
rain or snow and colder west portion.
New Mexidjo: Friday, fair, warmer;
Saturday, fair and warmer south, pos
sibly rain or snow and colder north
portion.
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WEATHER REPORT
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ARIZONA HARDWARE
SUPPLY CO.
The Only EXCLUSIVE
WHOLESALE
Hardware House In the State
Boston 36
Buffalo 30
Chicago 38
Denver 38
Flagstaff 32
Fresno 64
Galveston 60
Kansas City 42
Los Angeles 56
Minneapolis .... 32
Needles 50
New Orleans .... 50
New York 38
Oklahoma 42
PHOENIX 56
Pittsburg 3S
Portland. Ore. .. 44
Ft. Louis 42
Salt Lake City ..42
San Diego 56
San Francisco .. 54
Tucson . 64
Washington .... 38
Winnipeg 6
Yuma 58
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36 Rain .02
38 Clear .00
42 Cloudy .00
46 Clear .00
60 Clear .00
68 Cloudy .00
60 Clear .00
44 Cloudy .00
64 Clear .00
32 Cloudy .00
60 Clear .00
60 Clear .00
42 Cloudy .00
50 Clear .00
64 Clear .00
44 Clear .00
46 Cloudy .38
46 Rain .01
42 Cloudy .00
60 Clear .00
65 Cloudy .36
68 Clear .00
38 Cloudy .00
6 Clear .00
66 Clear .00
Constable Ice and
Fuel Company
Phone 1555
WOOD AND COAL'
3S5
r I Buy Diamonds and
4 Pay Highest Cash Price
t! Mack Gardner
45 N. CENTRAL
PLUMBING
HONEST WORK FAIR PRICES
Send me your work for
quick and efficient service.
O. E. BELLAS
610 North First St. Phone 2875
LOANS EASY .
TO GET
In sums up to $300 at lawful rates,
cn your furniture, piano, automo
bile, livestock, implements, etc.
Repay in small monthly payment
if desired- Ample funds. Just and
courteous treatment. Strictly con
fidential. PEOPLE'S LOAN AND
INVESTMENT COMPANY
PSon 1336 23 East Washington
Local Weather Yesterday
6 a.m. Noon 6 p. m.
Temp., dry bulb ....32 58 66
Temp., wet bulb 29 44 44
Humidity, per cent-.76 26 33
Wind from SE E SW
Wind, miles 4 4 1
Rainfall 0 0 0
weather Clear Clear Clear
Highest yesterday 6
Lowest yesterday 31
Total rainfall 00
Deficiency in temperature yesterday,
urs i era,
Deficiency in temperature since the
firs tof the month, 29 degrees.
Accumulated deficiency in tempera
tur since Jan. 1, 125 degrees.
formal precipitation Jan. 1 to date.
7.&1 mcnes.
Actual precipitation Jan. 1 to date.
B.x i inenes.
Deficiency since Jan. 1, 1.30 Inches.
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Rig masquerade dance, Litchfield.
Dec. 10. Come one, come all. Adv.
BABY GIRL Friends of Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. MoCrea have received word
of the arrival of a baby girl at their
Los Angeles home. Mrs. McCrea lived
in Phoenix many years. The daugh
ter has been named Elizabeth Janet.
DAUGHTERS OF CALEDONIA
The regular monthly . meeting of the
Daughters of Caledonia will be held at
2 o'clock this afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Alexander Gemmell, 755 East
Adams street.
BACK FROM WINSLOW Judge
Frank O. Smith has returned to Phoe
nix from Winslow, where he delivered
the Elks memorial address last Sun
day. CHURCH WOMEN TO MEET
The women of the Central Christian
church will meet at 2:30 o'clock this
afternoon in the church parlors.
CHILDREN IN RECITAL An at
tractive children's program will be
given at the Saturday, afternoon re
cital this week at the Arizona School
of Music. Piano pupils of Mrs. Luther
Steward and Mary Doyle, from the pri
mary training department, will play.
Violin pupils of Robert Saunders, ex
pression of Mrs. Dwight Earl Easley
and dancing of E. Paula Revare win
give the program, which will begin at
4 o clock to which the public is invited.
BRIDGE TEA The Country club
will give a bridge tea tomorrow after
noon, the card game beginning prompt
ly at 2:30 o'clock. The hostesses will
be Mrs. E. W. Baum, Mrs. Daniel
Francis, Mrs. Victor Hanny and Mrs.
Charles Howard.
RETURNS FROM SOUTH Clar
ence Dana, state dairy commissioner,
returned yesterday from the southern
part of the state where he has been
for the past week.
LEAVES FOR TUCSON D. C.
Mote, state entomologist, left yester
day for Tucson where he will spend
the remainder of the week.
GOES TO HEARING F. A. Jones,
member of the corporation commis
sion, left last evening for San Fran
cisco, where he will attend the hear
ing of the Southern Sierra Power com
pany, which is asking for a substan
tial increase in hydro-electric water
power. Both the California and Ari
zona commissions are interested in the
case, Arizona's interest centering in
Somerton, Yuma and Yuma valley.
which are patrons of the company. Mr.
Jones, on his return to this state will
sit in a series of hearings in Yuma,
beginning December 17, going from
there to Globe, where he will take up
a number of matters. He expects to
return to Phoenix shortly before the
holidays.
CHRISTMAS FOR STATE CHARG
ES The annual Christmas gifts are
being sent to the boys and girls at
the Fort Grant state Industrial school
by woman's clubs and individuals all
over the state. Any person who is in
terested in making these young 'peo
ple happier during the holidays, may
send candy, fruit, nuts or raisins, the
packages to start not later than De
cember 18. The name and address of
the sender should be on hoth outside
and inside of each package. A letter
from the superintendent to Mrs. Ro
land C. Dryer, who has twice visited
the school, expresses pleasure that the
boys and girls are to be remembered
again this year. The new buildings
are now occupied, and conditions
much less crowded than a year ago.
Arizona Iron Works, Inc.
P. O. Box 575 Phone 1271
Three block south of Stat Capi
tol between Jackson and Harri
son Streets.
We have an up-to-date Foundry
and Machine Shop and specialize
in repairing Mining and Cotton Gin
Machinery.
E. C VOSS, Manager
The Original Cash and Carry Grocery of Phoenix!
Sff SPECIALS
IF IT'S JEWELRY WE MAKE IT
TO ORDER
Geo. De Freiias
Manufacturing Jeweler
If It's Broken W Repair It
25 North First Ave., Phoenix
Dromedary Dates, pkg. .... 17c
io-ib can rrr n
Sopeade, . At
Package .... frls
Mazola OiL
Quarts w.. DDC
zzrz ... i2y2c
srsr. i2y2c
Standard Corn, 1 Ol
Ter can .. -L 2C
No. 1 Walnuts, jr-
2 lbs. .. - OXC
Try our fresh Arizona Pecans. Everything for that
Xmaa Fruit Cake.
Wetzler's Basketeria
127 North First Ave.
Better Goods For Less Money
CERTAINLY
We Repair Shoes
Modern Methods
, Efficient Workmen
Best Materials
! GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP
! To West Van Buren
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NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
Tli annual meeting of the stock
! v aers of the Southern Imperial Oil
, o- will be held at the office of the
i-todiard Incorporating Co. in the city
,f Vha ntx. County of Maricopa, State
. f Ar:or,a. on the 10th day of Decem
! r. UOj, at 2 o'clock p. m, for the
,ir;,. of electing Directors and for
! e 'transaction of jch other business
. I f trouuht Wrore such meeting.
Ti stink transfer books will be
. ,j ..t 5 o'cl.H-k p. m-, December
''. If'-), aii'l remain closed until 10
. V k :u in , December 16th, 1920.
M. A. FA HNS WORTH,
Secretary.
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STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
- , s-nual i;u.' t!r.;T of the stockhold
er t 1 -hocnix National Brink will
. i i . I'ifiic in Phoenix, Arl
. ' Y,,, I ,v. .l.uci-.rv lldi. 1?-1,
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.. ... . (.s i,, r 1 is. h as may prop-
I f:r.i ni'-tl.'-e.
I'. !,. TIH'MAS, Cashier.
Take It to Howard
When you want your oil to stop blowing by your piston
rings in OAKLAND cars, he is the mechanic on any make
of car; he has run four auto repair shops in Phoenix
this is No. 5. Even your FORD car, he turns them out one
by one, Just as fast as Henry can make them. Now as to
your DODGES, OVERLANDS, CADILLACS, NASH'S
oh, any make of car you want to bring to him he will tell
you exactly what the trouble is. Tour BL1CK: he will tune
it down so you are able to walk around it. Your repair
bill will be less because HOWARD knows his business. He
handles Tires, Tubes, Engine Valves, Piston Rings, Springs,
does Welding oh, he handles anything: and repairs every
thing: Gas Engines and Steamer Cars. Just take it to
HOWARD. Open day and ni&ht.
ward's Gar a
D. E. HOWARD, Prop.
407 West Washington St.
H
ge
Driving home a good
Christmas suggestion
Silk Socks, fur lined
Gloves (or unlined).
High qualities that will please
the most fastidious.
Other suggestions in
clude dressing gowns,
house coats, slippers,
suit cases, moccasins,
jewelry, silk pajamas,
shirts, silk neckwear.
Gift order forms for
those wishing to give
Christmas orders on us.
Men's Suits and
Overcoats at revised
prices, enabling you to
obtain America's best
"ready" clothes at next
year's quotations.
Coming Events
Friday, Dec. 10: Dinner dance at the
Country club by Rotary club.
Saturday, Dec. 11: Bridge tea at the
Country club.
Saturday, Dec. 11: Bazaar at the First
M. E. church, afternoon and even
ing, by J. O. C. class.
McDougall & Cassou
Washington Street
PLAN CELEBRATION The Rev.
G. D. Yoakum, pastor of the Congre
gational church, appeared before the
directors to ask them to provide a
float for the parade to be held later
in the month in celebration of the ter
centenary anniversary of the landing
of the Pilgrims. The directors, after
some consideration, came to the con
clusion that the chamber of commerce
could not furnish a float, but would
appoint a committee to assist Mr.
Yoakum in his plans for the anniver
sary. ASKS .REHEARING Peter Kepon,
who was awarded damages in the
superior court from Twohy Brothers,
the decision being reversed by the
higher court, yesterday filed a motion.
for rehearing in the supreme court
yesterday. Kepon claimed injuries
while in the employ of Twohy Broth
ers. The supreme court admitting
the Injuries, but holding that the in
Jury was received through Kepon's
own negligence. Claiming the court
erred in its statement of facts Kepon
is asKing tnat tne case be heard a
second time.
MAY RETURN TO STAY Dr. and
Mrs. Charles P. Stevens of Paducah,
Ky., who have been visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Ragan,
Thirty-third avenue and Buckeye
road, for the past month, left last
night for their home. They plan to
return next fall and make their fu
ture home here.
CHRISTMAS TREE COMMITTEE-
A special committee will meet at the
Arizona club at 6:30 o'clock tonight to
arrange fori the municipal Christmas
tree and celebration.
IPPi FOR
PIONEERS OF ARIZONA
Who Are They? Where Are They?
Name
Age ....,r.-
How long in Arizona
. . -WT .
Present address
If you have lived in Arizona for 35 years, or practically continuously
since January 1, 1886, fill out this blank and mail It to Pioneer Editor,
Arizona Republican, Phoenix, Arizona.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
STOLEN 1920 Hupmobile, four new
Kokomo tires, motormeter. Uphol
stered with tan corduroy seat covers.
John Akers. Central Ariz. Land Co. tf
All creditors of the Owl Cafe and
Confectionery at 110 North Seventh
avenue are requested to present item
ized statements.
It GUS C. K. MPALTAS.
FOUR-ROOM cottage in rear of 368
N. 1st Ave. Inquire at 5:30. It
IT 1 0
Specfal Truss Fitting Ex
pert Free Examination
Kimball & Hulett
Phoenix, Adams & 1st Ave.
BUDWEISER
Now on Sale at All Fountains, Cafes, Pool Halls, and Grocery Stores
HALL-POLLOCK COMPANY
Distributors
PHOENIX n ,, ARIZONA
WOULD DISSOLVE COMPANY
Petition for the voluntary dissolution
of the Cuban Development company
was filed in the superior court yester
day by Ned Creiehton. According to
the petition, the company is an Ari
zona corporation with its principal of-
ices In Phoenix. The petition states
that on Nov. 29, 1920. a resolution was
passed by the stockholders, who as
sembled at Detroit, Mich., directing
the officers of the company to take the
necessary steps for the dissolution of
the company. All liabilities of the
company have been satisfied, the pe
tition states, and the assets of the
company distributed among the stock
holders in accordance with the resom
ticn. An order was entered yesterday
bv Judge Stanford citing the corpora
tion to anoear in his court on Dec. .20
at 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon to snow
cause why the petition should not be
granted.
DESERTION IS CHARGE Charg
ing that she deserted him, Frank Mog
nctt yesterday brought suit for a de
cree of divorce from Sadie juogneti.
H asks for the custody of their 4-
year-old son, who he alleges has been
in his care for the past two years, ac-
nrdine- to the complaint they were
married in Phoenix Sept. 2S. 1915.
DINNER. DANCE TONIGHT The
Rotary club varies the usual noon-day
luncheon meeting today with a dinner-
dance tonight at the Country ciuo.
The committee in charge of the ar
rangements for this social affair is
composed of Harvey McVay. Shirley
Christy, Fred Barrows, Dr. Robert R.
Brownfield and Warren McArthur, Jr.
The usual good time experiencea Dy
this organization on ladies' nights is
expected tonight.
MOTOR CAR 5TOIfcN jonn ajuth
reported the theft of his 1920 model
Hupmobile touring car to the sheriffs
office last night about 9 o'clock. The
car was taken from its parking on
Second street near Adams street. The
license number in Arizona 33,906. Of
ficers are investigating the theft of
car.
MASQUERADE BALL Monday,
Dec 13. at 8:30, the Woodmen of the
World and Woodmen Circle will give a
masquerade ball in Odd Fellows hall,
Besse's orchestra furnishing the mu
sic, sic. Two first prizes will be
awarded for the most original cos
tnmA nnil two second prizes for the
most comlo costume. Masks may be
procured at the hall.
JEWISH SERVICES The regular
Sabbath services will be this evening
at 8 o'clock at the . administration
building on North First avenue. The
rabbi. Doctor Liknaitz, will take as his
subject "The Macabiean." Musical
parts of the services will be rendered
bv the temple chorus, with solo by
Mrs. Bessie Fox Davis. Special serv
ices for children will take place Sun
day morning at 10:30. All are wel
come. OWLS ORGANIZING The mem
bership committee of the Phoenix nest
of the Order of Owls, now forming,
met at its headquarters Wednesday
evening and received the report of
Organizer Reid. A' number of appli
cants secured by the organizer were
approved by the committee and the
organizer was given another list of
Phoenix citizens to interview and in-
vile to join. The publicity commit tee
is working on a plan to bring the film
"The Owl" to this city and exhibit it
at some of the local theaters.
TO TALK TO STUDENTS Charles
M. Morgan, director of the depart
ments of organization and publicity
for the Arizona American-Bgyptlon
Cotton Growers' association, will speak
to the high school students in assem
bly at 3:15 o'clock Thursday after
noon, Dec. 16, on " 'Character Cloth
and the Textile Industrial institute at
Spartanburg, N. C" The object of
the address will be to acquaint the
coming generation with the great pos
sibilities in the manufacture of cloth
from Pima cotton and the probability
of a future development of markets
for Pma cotton for fine spinners.
F
THE ML Gil
Reorganization of the National
Guard as announced by Adjutant Gen
eral Walter S. lngalls on his return
from San Antonio last November,
where he attended the meeting of ad
jutant generals of this district, has be
come a fact, announcement Jiaving
been received yesterday that tire sec
retary of war had approved the ten
tative program. The allotment of
national guard troops, based on a ra
tio of a minimum of 800 men per
senator and representative in con
gress for the state of Arizona, will be
as follows:
Division troops: one infantry bri
gade headquarters; one infantry regi
ment, one fieui artillery regiment
headquarters: one field artillery bat
talion; one field artillery regimental
headquarters company; one field artil
lery regimental supply company.
Corps troops: One truck company.
The original allotment was a cav
alry and a field artillery with which
the adjutant general has authority to
convert or cusDana into one infantry
Dauaiion and one field Infantry bat
talion before June 30, 1921.
Colonel lngalls stated yesterday
iat on me return of Captain E. S.
-L.ini.on, instructor Inspector of the
xsationai ouard. who is at present in
Clifton, the order would be made to
convert the two local troops of cav
airy into infantry. Captain Linton
will return Saturday it is understood.
ine adjutant general already ha
made the request of the chief of mi
iiua bureau for reerimental dpsia.
tion of the 158th infantry, which was
composea or Arizona men. many of
wnom are now members of the Na
tional Guard. As yet he has received
no reply.
SPECIALS
Sugar Sugar
Granulated Sugar H 'p
per lb s
We will sell you 5 lbs. at the
above price with' every $6.00
order of other groceries.
BACON BACON
Choice Breakfast Becon, O"!
per lib OXC
MUed Nuts, Q9
per lb
Heinz Plum Pudding,
Med. Size Can Otfls
Fancy Cluster Raisins, Of
per carton OUv
Fancy Japan Rice, f
3 lbs. for OOK,
Mesquite Honey,
per quart OOls
Fancy Potatoes, (none OCp
better), 10 lbs. for JJ
100 lbs. CO "I K
for VO.IU
Macaroni or Spaghetti, "I fp
per lb.
Dried Prunes, 0 1
per lb ... "At
Salt Pork. OKt
per lib
Ticnic Ham, OQf
per lib
Peanut Butter, QOf
3-lbs. can "Ut
T. & G. Naphtha Soap, CQf
10 bars for OUV
Fancy rink Beans, QQr
10 lbs. for -.. Ov
Good Bulk Coffee, QT
3 lbs. for O I C
WE DELIVER.
Send Us Your Mail Orders.
GriebeFs
Grocery
218 W. Washington St.
Phone 1508
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The Greatest Values
IN SUITS AND OVERCOATS
ARE AT HYDER'S
Prices Reduced 40
Here Are the Prices, Look Them Over
$40 Suits and Overcoats. $24
$45 Suits and Overcoats. ... .$27
$50 Suits and Overcoats.. $30
$55 Suits and Overcoats. ... .$33
$60 Suits and Overcoats. .,.$36
$65 Suits and Overcoats $39
$70 Suits and Overcoats $42
$75 Suits and Overcoats. . ... .$45
$80 Suits and Overcoats $48
$85 Suits and Overcoats. ... .$51
$90 Suits and Overcoats. . . . .$54
$95 Suits and Overcoats $57
$100 Suits and Overcoats $60
HATS AND
HABERDASHERY
Reduced 20
HOENtX,
Culicura Soap
Complexions
Are Healthy
5oT.01ritTnTt,TJ-Tini.26o ? whTe ?rnsipM
SS'
lf TrtTIf -
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fiv. "n
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Put one in your mouth at bedtime
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We Straiohten and Machine Crank Shafts, make Bearings,
Bronze, C. I. or Steel, Vc!d, Braie and Reinforce broken parts,
work is difficult try us.
Babbitt,
If your
HANSON & KARLSON
ANNOUNCEMENT
Dr. J. A. Miller has removed his of
fice from the O'Neil Bldg. to Suite 609,
Heard Bldg where he will continue the
treatment of PYORRHEA EXCLU
SIVELY. Adv. bl
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Drs. John Wix Thomas and Arthur
E. Thomas have moved their office
from SOS Goodrich Bldg., to 606 Heard
Bldff. Phone 3026. Adv. bd
Fancy California Bur
bank Pota- CJO QK
toes, 100 lbs. PAVO
50 lbs. - Cf
Potatoes ....Auu
SUGAR
SUGAR
10 lb. Granulated J- A A
Susar for tJ)liUU
BACON
BACON
12 lb. can net weight QQ QJT
Bacon , $tUt
This figures 24c per lb.
for high grade bacon.
Army Bacon In less than can
lots. OQ
per lb , .i . .... wO U
CANNED
GOODS
2 Cans Illinois Sugar or
Corn ZiOC
"4 Cans Illinois Sugar Qrt ryt
Corn 0
Early June Peas, 11
Per can . XtxC
24 Cans Early QQ QO
June Peas Vt30
Gallon Can . A)f
Pumpkin fxaaiC
6 Gallon Cans Qf A A
Pumpkin pU
2 No. 3 Size q;
Pumpkin Otll
6 Cans No. 3 Size J- AA
Pumpkin il-UU
I Gallon Can Sauer Of?
Pickles (7)ZO
Large Can Solid Pack -j Q
Tomatoes J.vC
24 Cans Solid Tack QQ QST
Tomatoes Vt50
BAKING
POWDER
25c K. C. Baking Q
Powder XC
DOc Size IC C. Baking Q g
Powder OlC
SOAP
II Bars Lennox Laundry fTA
Soap .OUC
PASTE
GOODS
5 Packages Macaroni, Spaghetti,
Yermicini or QT
Noodles ODC
SYRUP
SYRUP
Small Size Log QQ
Cabin OiC
Medium Size Log
Cabin llC
Large Size Log jj
Cabin 4JL.t)0
TOBACCO
PRICES
Camels, C?1 A
Per carton t)J-Ov
Lucky Strikes, f
Per carton 0-Lv)U
Chesterfields, (
Per carton vi-t)U
Prince Albert, ' -J J
Per can XteI
Doz. Cans Prince (J-J JO
Albert J)JL.Ut
Tuxedo, -J
Ter J.4C
Doz. Cans C?"f 0
Tuxedo vJlVIO
Velvet, -i a
Ter can L
Doz. Cans Q- fQ
Velvet tJ)-LUO
Star Tobacco, QO
Per lb OuC
1 lb. Union Loader QOr
Tobacco OUC
AVo deliver orders of $1.00 or
over to all parts of 1'hoenix.
Marvin Smith
rocery
Phone l'JST
737 Grand Ave.
Phone 1360

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