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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2o, 1920
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Today we all pause in the rush of busy
hours to acknowledge our good will to one
another. i
This store is happy to acknowledge the
good will it enjoys from its friends.
And it hopes most sincerely that each
and every home may enjoy the fullest hap
piness of Christmas Day.
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Our Many Friends,
Each and Everyone
A Very
MERRY
CHRISTMAS
PHOENIX SEED & FEED
COMPANY
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FRIENDS AND PATRONS
L. W. GREER
PLUMBING HEATING
BE VOTED 01 DEC. 31
Here are the road bonds facts:
If the good road bonds carry on Dec.
31, every farm in Maricopa county 'ftiU
be put in touch with paved highways.
If the bonds do not carry, no farm
er or landowner in the county will
know whether his farm will be served
by raved roads, as only a small sec
tion of roads can be constructed in that
case.
The $4,000,000 of the first bond lssu
will be used up by mid-summer, 1921,
at the present rate of construction. If
no further funds are in sight by that
time, the work will have to stop.
If the work has to stop, Maricopa
county will be left with an unfinished
road program. Some roads on some
of the shortest hauls will -have been
constructed. The rest of the project
will be "up in the air." '
Some people are argtiins that the
rest of the program can be taken cSre
of later- They say more bonds can
be voted at a later election. These peo
ple are mistaken. If only part, of the
project is finished, the construction of
the other half will be a most expensive
matter since that half will be discon
nected and will be on the lnoger hauls.
If the present contractors leave after
the funds of the first bond issue are
used tip it will be impossible to obtain
another reasonable bid. For if the
new contractors' did bid, they would
have to bid on the longer hauls, They
would also have to go to the expense
of putting in a new plant.
If the bonds are voted, the entire
project can and will be completed
with the plant now installed. This
means a great saving to the county.
The highway commission has been
advised by its attorneys, KJbbey and
Bennett, that It will be necessary to
call again for bids for the construction
of the roads under this new bond is
sue. This means that we will be able
to take advantage of a falling market
of materials in the forthcoming con
tract. Twohy Brothers, the contractors,
have made the following official dec
laration: "If the bond election to be
held on Dec. 31 carries, when new bids
are called we will submit competitive
bids for the completion of the road
program. If by the time such bids be
submitted the prices of material and
labor are lower, our bid will be lower.
Vote the bonds on Dee. 31 and the j
entire project will be carried out at
once in the most methodical, econom
ical and uniform manner- Every farm
er and landowner will then have the
paved roads. If the bonds did not
carry a few people would be enjoying
the benefits of paved highways, for
which the other people, whose reads
are not paved, will be paying. It is
the part of wisdom and of true econ
omy to carry out the whole project, to
finish the job, and to vote for the
bonds.
OFFICIJLFIllL!
PlESEiS WATGif
TO GOV. MP BELL
As a friendship offering from his of
ficial family, Gov. Thomas E- Campbell
was presented with a handsome Jules
Jura;ensen watch yesterday.
The presentation was made in the
governor's office in the state house be
fore a number of the leading state of
ficials and friends of the chief execu
tive who gathered to extend their holi
day greetings.
Expressing- the friendship and ad
miration of the "family," the gift was
presented t Governor Campbell by
Joe V. Proehaska, state game warden.
Touched by the ppiri which prompted
the gift, the governor spoke of hia ap
preciation of his friends and thanked
thorn for their efficiency and loyal co
operation of the past two years. Gov.
Campbell said that he hoped the next
two years of work would be such as te
merit the confidence and approbation
of the people of Arizona.
The gift pf the watch was made
complete by a gold and platinum link
chain and a gold knife. The gift was
presented by the board of directors of
state Institutions, the Northern Arizo
na Normal school. Temps Normal, the
stata university, state hospital, indus
trial school at Fort Grant, the state
live stock saniary board, the eommls-.
sion of horticulture, dairy commission,
Pioneer's home, 6tate engineer, state
game warden and those attached to the
governor's office.
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OFFER PRIZES FDR
TIE BEST ESSAYS
01 HP SUBJECT
Farmers and farmerettes of Arizona
have an opportunity to profit by ex
perience if they win in the contest
inaugurated by tbe college of agricul
ture of the state university. .
Cash prizes have been offered for
the best essays on the subject of "My
Most Profitable Crop: How Produced
and Marketed." The three nrize
essays will be read and the winners
announced at Farm and Home Week
of the University of Arizona.
The contest is open to any ajd every
Arizona farmer, man or woman. The
judges will be instructed to give no
preference to any sesay on account of
the size of the farm on which the crop
was grown. They will give no con
sideration to any article consisting of
more thna 1,200 words.
The judging will be done by a com
mittee of three who will give special
weight to clearness of presentation,
soundness of farm practcie, accuracy
of financial statement, and success in
marketing. One of the judges will be
appointed by Gov. Thomas E. Camp
bell, one by. the president of the State
Farm Bureau, and one by the dean of
the college of agriculture.
The prizes will be paid in cash; the
first prize to be $15; the second, $10;
the third $3- It is understood that
the college of agriculture is to Have the
privilege of publishing the prize
winning essays: also that each com
petitor shall deliver his manuscript
(by mail or Otherwise) to the dean of
the college of agriculture not later than
Monday, January 17, 1921.
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peror Hoangtl, who reigned about
2637 r,. C. is cr-dited with the dis
covery of the value of the silkworm
and it Is the belief that she first dis
covered and tausrht Bilk BDinning and
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The members of this firm express their
sincere thanks for the business which has
come their way during the past year.-
But more than that, they appreciate the
friends they have acquired and the cordial
relationships which have resulted.
To one and all they extend friendly
wishes for a Merry Christmas.
THE
HOME APPLIANCE
COMPANY
37 West Adams Street
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Cordial Greetings
For Christmas
And Every Good Wish
For the New Year
Carl H. Anderson Insurance
Agency
Central and Adams
Phoenix
TO OUR CUSTOMERS
The Holiday Season affords us
an opportunity to express the
pleasure we derive from our
business relations with you and
on behalf of our' entire organiza
tion we wish for you and yours a
Merry Christmas and a Happy
Prosperous New Year.
The O. S. STAPLEY CO., Inc
PHOENIX, GLENDALE,
CHANDLER, MESA

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