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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 5, 1921
WATER REPORT
Reservoir, elevation , 18S.60
Iteservoir, contents, acre feet 821,853
Ix)sa, 24 hours 3.627
Klevation, year ago 226.78
Contents, year ago ...1,397,730
Water used, north side .... 44,192
Water used, south side ...... 34,948
WEATHER FORECAST
Arizona: Tuesday clearing, except
tuiow northeast portion; colder except
north central postion. Wednesday
fair.
Colorado: Tuesday rain or snow
and much colder. Wednesday clear
ing; colder east portion.
New Mexico: Tuesday rain east and
south, probably snow northwest por
tion; colder. Wednesday, clearing ex
cept probably snow northeast portion;
colder east portion.
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New Orleans
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PHOENIX ....
Pittsburg ..
Portland, Ore.
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Seattle . . ....
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..S3
..20
...72
Temp., dry bulb ...
Temp, wet bulb ...
Humidity, per cent.
60 Pt. Cldy .00 1
62 Clear .00
78 Pt. Cldy .08
70 Clear .00
38 Pt. Cldy .60
Eg Clear .00
74 Cloudy .00
78 Pt.Cldy .00
E8 Clear .00
82 Cloudy .00
74 Pt.Cldy .32
78 Pt. Cldy .00
78 Clear .00
66 Cloudy .00
62 Cloudy .02
80 Clear J8
E4 Clear .00
78 Clear .00
46 Rain .00
66 Clear .00
E8 Clear .00
60 Clear .00
B0 Cloudy .00
82 Pt. Cldy .00
80 Rain J 8
78 Clear .00
53 Clear .00
Yesterday
a.m. Noon 6 p.m.
63 44 47
El 43 43
47 86 71
S SW E
17 22 12
0 .02 .02
Wind, miles ..
it .V " " flnllflw ClrtudV Cloudy
Highest yesterday ?
Highest record this date ........ 89
Lowest yesterday
Lowest record this date 39
Deficiency in temperature yester
day, 12 degrees.
Excess in temperature since the
first of the-month, 11 degrees.
Accumulated excess In temperature
Bince January 1, 803 degrees. .
- Normal precipitation January 1 to
date, 2.41 inches.
Actual precipitation January 1 to
date, 0.29 inch. - ,
Deficiency since January 1.
Inches. ' -
ROBERT Q. GRANT.
.' i o " '
Seventy-one widows of soldiers of
the war of 1812 are receiving pensions.
Constable Ice and
Fuel Company
Phone 1555
WOOD AND COAL
FINED FOR SPEEDING R. O.
Miller yesterday pleaded guilty before
Justice Nat T. McKee.on a charge of
exceeding the speed limits on the
Yuma road and was fined $20. The
complaint was made by V. A. Bell,
motorcycle officer.
GETS TEMPORARY ALIMONY
After a hearing yesterday on a motion
to show cause in the divorce suit of
Stella Golsarry for a decree from
Frank Golsarry, Judge Lyman issued
an order granting Mrs. Golsarry tem
porary alimony of $15 a week during
the pendency of the suit, $30 a month
for the support of their child, and
$150 for attorney fees. Golsarry was
also ordered to pay the costs of the
suit.
THESE WILL MARRY Licenses
to marry were issued yesterday to
Roy Bittlnger, 82 of Detroit, Mich,
and Bessie Loe, 30, of Phoenix; and
Kdward Martinez, 21, and Eledia Lee,
19, both of Phoenix.
PLAN TO FINANCE LEAGUE
Plans" for financing the Maricopa
County Law Enforcement league were
discussed at a joint meeting of min
isters and laymen at the Y. M. C. A
yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. De
cision was reached, it was announced,
to take collections in the churches of
the city next Sunday morning for
the purpose of creating an operation
fund for the league. If arrangements
for the collection cannot be made by
that time, the collection will be taken
as soon thereafter as possible, on
authority of the church boards.
DR. TUTHILL TO SPEAK Dr. A.
M. Tuthill will be the principal speak
er at a meeting of the Woman's Aux
iliary of the American Legion at
legion headquarters at 8 ociock to
morrow night. Plans for a spring
lawn party will be discussed. Appli'
cations for membership will be re
ceived at this meeting. Those eligible
for membership Includes wives, moth
ers. sisters and daughters of Ameri
can Legion men and of men who died
in the service.-
PARADISE-VERDE The regular
monthly meeting of v the Paradise
Verde irrigation district wrill be held
at 2 o'clock this afternoon at 517 East
Adams. Landowners are urged to be
present to discuss important business.
WORLD WAR VETERANS EX
PLAIN Attention is drawn to the
fact that the meeting of the World
War Veterans Sunday evening was
for the auxiliary, which is open to all
citizens of the United States. This
announcement was made yesterday
to cleaF up a misunderstanding which
has arisen among ex-service nm.
Meeting of the post of World War
Veteran will be held Thursday even
injr. This -will be an open meeting
to which all are invited.
STANFORD CLUB MEETS Feat
ured by an address by J. W. Murphy
member of the university s first grad
uating class. 1891. whose home is now
in Los Angeles, the Stanford club
held a dinner at the Grand cafe last
evening which was attended by more
than 20 Stanford alumni. After a
short business session the club re
solved to give a dance in the near
future, and then the time was passed
in singing Stanford songs.
PLEADS GUILTY Eulozio Quln
tano yesterday pleaded guilty before
United States Commissioner Henke
on a charge of transporting and hav
ing intoxicating liquor in his posses
sion. He was held to answer to the
federal court and was committed to
the county jail when he failed to
furnish a bond of $1000. Qulntano
was arrested last Friday night in
Mesa by Night Officer Johnson when
the latter found 24 quarts of Old
Taylor whisky and 29 quarts of. te
quila concealed in the upholstering
of the car. Qulntano's partner, rid
irig with him in the car escaped, and
Qu in tano was turned over to the fed
eral officers.
THE OWLS MEET The regular
meeting of the Phoenix nest. Order
of Owls, was held in Labor temple
hall last night. . The charter from the
home nest was received and its sym
bolism explained by President J. C.
Niles. The nest voted to meet every
Monday night in Labor temple hall. A
class of candidates will be initiated
next Monday.
KIWANIS LUNCHEON TODAY
ine regular weekly luncheon of the
Knwanis club will be held at noon
today at the Y. M. C. A
UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS
The following undelivered telegrams
are at tne local office of the West
em Lnion: S. H. Severson. Mrs. Jo-
Jackson, F. A. C. Jackson, Jesus A.
Moreno.
P. E. O. MEETING A meeting of
chapter A, r. E. O., will be neki al
the home of Mrs. Edward B. Brooks.
15 North Sixteenth avenue, at 7:30
o'clock this evening. All visiting p.
O. E.s are invited. A donation of
money or clothing will be taken for
the orphan's home at Tucson.
PYTHIAN SISTERS MEET
There will bo a meeting of Purity
Temple 9, Pythian Sisters on Tues
day evening, April 5 in K. of P. hall
at 7:30 p. m. a large attendance is
desired and visitors are welcomed.
MEDAL AWAITS FRANK L.
BAL'M If Frank L. Baum will call
at the office of Adjutant General In
galls he will find there his Mexican
border service medul awaiting him.
SENATOR CURTIN IN CITY
Senator James E. Curtin of Mohave
county is again a visitor in Phoenix
and is pleased to find it only slightly
changed since the adjournment of the
legislative session.
REPUBLICAN GETS FLOWERS
A very large bouquet of assorted
sweatpeas carrying a wealth of va
ried colors was presented to The Re
publican by the state hospital yester
day. The flowers were grown at that
Institution. A similar bouquet was
sent to Governor Campbell.
ARRESTED IN NEW MEXICO
According to a wire received in the
sheriffs office yesterday afternoon.
Joe Keller, wanted in Phoenix on a
charge of passing a bogus check, was
arrested yesterday in Gallup, N. M.,
ana is Demg held for the local au
thorities. An officer will leave this
morning to bring Keller back to
Phoenix. The complaint wa ma
by the McArthur Bros. Mercantile
company.
VALUE ESTATE AT $4,000 Peti
tion for letters of administration was
filed yesterday in the estate of James
D. Houck, aged Arizona pioneer an
sheepman who committed suicide at
his home at Cave Creek last Thurs
day by taking strychnine. The peti
tion was filed by the widow, Frances
L Houck. The estate consists of rea'
and personal property to which the
petitioner gives the value of $4,315.
OBITUARIES
O-
-a
Ira A. Bowman
Ira A. Bowman, who up until Janu
ary was employed by The Arizona
Republican In its circulation depart
ment, died Sunday at his home at
1739 East Adams street Sunday af
ternoon. He was born in Onward,
Ind., January 6, 1875, and leaves a
wife, four brothers and five sisters.
Funeral services will be held at the
Whitney undertaking establishment
at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon. The
services will be under the direction of
the Knights of Pythias, with the Rev.
Mr. Stavely officiating.
Mary Monihon
Mary Monihon,' niece of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Monihon of 1608 West
Monroe street,, passed away at 10
o'clock last night at St. Joseph's hos
pital of heart trouble after an illness
of four weeks. She was 28 years of
age. Besides her uncle and aunt in
this city she is survived by three
brothers and two sisters, all of whom
live in Arizona except one sister in
New York. Funeral arrangements
will be announced later.
BRING YOUR EYE TROUBLES
TO US
Our Glasses Satisfy
North-up Optical Co.
9 EAST ADAMS STREET
Phone 690 for Appointment
SURPRISE!
Wait for our lc sale. We both will
make money. Glendale Pharmacy.
adv. m
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Secretary Hoover
Will Confer With
Committee Of Five
WASHINGTON, April 4. An
nouncement was made tonight that
Secretary Hoover tomorrow will be
gin conferences with a committee of
five rom the United States chamber
of commerce to consider methods of
expanding American trade, both for
eign and domestic.
The committee was appointed at
Mr. Hoover's request to co-operate
in working out a plan for closer re
lationship between business and the
department of commerce.
Other preliminary conferences are
to be held this week, Mr. Hoover said
with representatives of other idus
tries, including automobile manufac
turers. , o
Br r r r r r
Oh Gentle Spring
Whither Art Thou?
Phoenix and the Salt River val
ley shivered yesterday and last
night in the grip of a cold wave
that followed in the wake of. high
winds which swept down from the
north late Sunday afternoon and
whipped the valley relentlessly
throughout the night. Within the
space of 20 hours the valley ex
perienced a drop of 44 degrees.
The lowest temperature recorded
was 43 degrees.
Early Phoenicians who ventured
forth yesterday morning scurried
back to their homes a id appeared
later with their heavy wraps.
Where on Sunday summer was
being heralded with the appear
ance of straw hats and light col
ored clothing yesterday the
somber overcoat with collar turned
up was the popular apparel.
According to the Phoenix office
of the weather bureau, the storm
is rather . general throughout the
state. Stockmen are greeting the
varying rainfalls throughout the
state with sighs of relief. The
long drouth in the desert ranges
has been broken. In the Flag
staff country a drizzling rain set
in, later turning to wet snow. The
storm comes from southern Utah
and Nevada, where unusually low
temperatures are recorded. At
one point in southern Nevada a
temperature of 16 degrees is noted.
The rainfall in and around Phoe
nix was very light.
Robert Q. Grant, director of the
Phoenix branch of the weather
bureau, predicts clear weather
with rising temperature within the
next 24 hours.
Out at the office of the live
stock sanitary board, telegrams
and phone calls came pouring in
from cattlemen and livestock in
spectors throughout the state, re
porting rainfall and consequent
brighter prospects for feed on the
lower ranges.
FORMER RESIDENT
OF PHOENIX COMES
Bergdoll To Remain
In Occupied Area
And Not Molested
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
BB:RLIN, April 4. The Baden gov
ernment's order releasing Carl Neuf
and Franz Zimmer. Amertcan detec
tives imprisoned for attempting to
arrest Grover C. Bergdoll, and his
chaffeur, Eugene (Ike) Stecher, on
German soil, contained this phrase:
"The release is made on the sup
position that the young woman shot
in the hand will be suitably compen
sated by the Americans and that the
two German-Americans, Bergdoll and
Steelier? will remain in unoccupied
German territory and under no cir
cumstances be molested."
Insertion of this clause was made
against the advice of the central gov
ernment in Berlin, it was learned to
day. , o
Attorney's Report
Shows Increase In
Sinn Fein Attacks
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
LONDON, April 4. Figures of out
rages attributed to the Sinn Fein
during the year ending March 31,
given by Denis Henry, attorney gen
eral for Ireland, in the house of com
mons today in reply to a question.
showed a steady Increase of killings
and woundings of police and military
forces.
In the last quarter there were 2.246
outrages. Eighty-eight policemen
were killed and 156 wounded, while
44 soldiers were killed and 84 wound
ed. The year's outrages numbered
10,894. The police loss in killed to
taled 243 and wounded 3.810. Sol
diers numbered 90 and wounded 202
TO VISIT BROTHER
Vincent Woodbury of Timmins.
Northern Ontario, arrived in the city
on Sunday night for a two-day visit
with his brother, Clarence Woodbury.
Mr. Woodbury for many years has
been engaged in the distribution of
milling and milling machinery and
20 years ago he maintained an office
in Phoenix for a short time. During
his stay here he formed a love for
Phoenix and Arizona that has fre
quently drawn him back. And he
says that there Is no place in all his
wide travels he visits with so great
pleasure.
Mr. Woodbury is a writer of some
note on a variety of subjects. His
communications on many topics have
appeared in The Republican as well
as in the metropolitan press. Among
them have been an account of the
great dog team ra.ee in northern On
tario a couple of years ago. This was
also given prominence in Sports and
Field. He also had an Interesting ac
count of the lost naval balloonlsts
near the shore of James Bay last
winter, an episode which occupied
the front page of American news
papers for some days. Readers of The
Republican will also recall his story
of a meeting in a northern railway
station with a gypsy who he learned
had once traversed the Salt River
valley.
Conditions in Northern Ontario,
said Mr. Woodbury, are much the
same as they are In this country.
There Is the same depression follow
ing the prosperity of the war period
and the extravagance it engendered.
The steel, nickel and lead industries
have been pretty well shot to pieces
tnere, but there is increasing activ
ity in gold mining which in the Brit
ish dominions as well as almost ev
erywhere else in the world is given
an encouragement that is lacking in
the United States.
Coming Events
a
Tuesday, April 5 Weekly luncheon
of Kiwanis club at Y. M. C. A.
Tuesday. AdHI 5 Woman's club
meeting. Miss Flossie Wills, county
home demonstration agent, speaker.
Tuesday, April 5 Adams parent
Teacher association, Elsie Tolea,
state superintendent of schools,
speaker.
Wednesday, April 6 Business meet
ing Harmony olub.
Wednesday, April 6- Luncheon of
Stanford club at Grand cafe.
Wednesday, April 6 College club,
Latin - American program, 507 N.
7th avenue, 3:30 p. m.
Wednesday, April 6 Tennis luncheon
Country club.
Friday, April 8. Card party at the
Woman's club.
Friday, April 8 Rotary club lunch
eon at Y. M. C. A.
Friday, April 8 Friday club at Wo
man's club.
Saturday, April 9 Dinner dance Illi
nois club.
Saturday, April 9 Bridge tea at
Country club.
Saturday, April 9. Pan-Hellenic
picnic, Mrs. Shirley Christy'e ranch.
Meet at Trinity cathedral at 11:30
PRESCOTMRK
highway is ok of
During the past year the foreign
trade In the Philippine Islands was
sephine Carroll, Roy George, Ira C. the best In history.
Two Held At Border
On Liquor Charges
NOGALES, Ariz., April 4. D. C.
Craig and H. C. Dodson of Tucson
were arrested here today, charged
with smuggling liquor from Mexico
into the United States. The men, ac
cording to customs officials, were at
tempting to transport tequila across
the border when they were caught.
An English investigator has pro
duced a glass that conducts electricity.
EAST WASHINGTON
PHONE 3089
PLUMBING
HONEST WORK FAIR PRICES
Send me your work for
quick and efficient service
O. E. BELLAS
610 North First St. Phone 2875
DURO AND DELCO
Elect rio Automatic Pumps for
Suburban and Country Homes.
No Tank or Tower. Fresh Water
t the Turn of Faucet. Over 150
Satisfied User in Salt River
Valley.
HARRIS BROTHERS
141 North First St.
HANSON & KARLSON
737 GRAND AVE.
Machinists Engineers
Auta and Gas Engine Mechanics
Welding and Forging
' Food
Costs
Reduced
Adam
Hotel
Beginning with the Luncheon today, a regular
Merchants' Lunch will be served each day
from 11:30 until 2;00 o'clock
for
Hotel
HIGHWAY WEATHER BULLETIN
River Crossings
Sacaton: The crossing at Sacaton
Is in fairly good condition. Dry.
Apache County
AH main roads in Apache county
in good shape; tourist traffic over
Old Trails highway via Springerviile,
St. Johns and Holbrook increasing
daily.
Springerviile: East, roads good;
west, good; bridges all good; weather
Is fine.
Cochise County
All county roads In good condition.
Coconino County
All roads dry and passable; main
roads in good condition.
Gila County
On account of continuous drought
the roads are getting dusty. Gen
erally the roads are in good condi
tion. Graham County
Graham county roads are rough and
dusty, but in fair, passable condition.
Greenlee County
All roads in Greenlee county in
good condition.
Maricopa County
Valley roads fair; Wickenburg
good; Black Canyon rough; Superior
Florence, good; Apache Trail, fair;
Buckeye crossing very good to Gila
Bend.
Mohave County
All main roads in fair condition
except Old Trails National Highway
from Crozier to Hackberry. Traffic
routed via Yucca instead of Oatman
on the Kingman-Needles section of
Old Trails highway account new
construction Oatman-Topock. Driv
ers should be careful in crossing
washes.
Pima County
Tucson-Xogales road being paved
from city limits south to crossing
with T. & N. R. R., remaining por
tion being resurfaced and is well un
der way Other roads In fair con
dition. . Pinal County
All mesa and mountain roads In
good condition; valley loads dusty
and chucky. No rain.
Santa Cruz County
All county roads in good traveling
condition. Hail storms reported on
card from county engineer 27th. No
damage to county roads.
Yavapai County
Canyon to Mayer fairly good, thence
to Prescott good; Prescott to Skull
Valley good, thence to Wickenburg
fair; Prescott to Ashfork fair, thence
to Nelson fair. Camp Verde-Clark-dale-Jerome
good. All other roads
fair to good; conditions of roads Im
proved by recent rains.
ROBERT Q. GRANT.
SCENC
GRANDEUR
Doyle's Taxi
Phone 4118
18 blocks for 50c
Washington
Street
GARAGE
806 West Washington St.
Federal A Goodyear Tires
Red Seal Dry Ce'ls and Sparkera
Open Evenings and Sunday
GASOLINE OIL
Phone 4490
Harry Cresswell
Watson's BUICK Garage
L. J. WATSON, Prop.
Expert Buick Repairing at $1.25 Per Hour
Written Guarantee Given on All of Our Work
Avery Tractor Building at 534 West Van Buren St.; Tel. 4290
Tuesday and Wednesday Specials
AT WETZLER'S
Matches, Per Package,
Limit & boxes
5c
Lenox Soap,
6 bars
Belle of the Valley .
Butter
Jell-O, all flavors,
3 pkgs. for
Swansdown Cake
Flour
Del Monte Pears, -
Large cans ..................
Maricopa Milk,
A home product .............
Reindeer Toilet Paper, Large
rolls, extra fine tissue ........
Hill's Blue Coffee,
3 lbs. . .
Tea Garden
Marmalade ......... .........
Del Monte Pineapple,
Medium tins .......
Hassayampa Cheese,
fresh and mild, per lb
25c
45c
25c
42c
35c
12c
11c
85c
36c
28c
30c
, The Highest Grade Macaroni
Egt Noodles, Spaghetti and
ther Macaroni Product
BETTER GOODS FOR LESS MONEY
Wetzler's Basketeria
127 North First Avenue
ATTENTION !
Retail Merchants of Salt River Valley.
Do you wish to turn your stock into
ready cash? Ask us for our plan.
The Arizona Sales Company
17 South First Avenue Phoenix
Governor Campbell and Clayton
Bennett, of the commission of state
institutions, returned on Sunday
night from Prescott and Jerome,
where they went, the latter to inspect
the annex to the Pioneers' home and
the governor to take a view of the
Prescott-Jerome highway.
Though the annex to the home had
been completed for some weeks, it
had not been formally accepted, it
being the po'icy in cases of construe
tlon to give it time to "we ither," a .
this time 's fixed at f 5 ' ys. An
defects that m-y lurk in t miy r
expected to be developed within thp
time.
The annex will provide accommo
datlona for 40 more guests, ten les
than are on the waiting list. But it
will not be ready for occupancy be
fore July 1, when money will be avail
able for furnishing it.
Ab to the Prescott-Jerome high
way. Governor Campbell . said that
it Is the best thoroughfare in the
state and the most picturesque. It is
a bit of highway engineering which
must commend itself to experts. A:
many points it was necessary to re-'
move aa much as 90,000 cubic yards
of earth and rock to the mile.
One traveling along the seven-mil'
stretch, as the road approaches Je
rome. Is met with a view almost as
splendid as that which one gains of
the Grand Canyon.( There is the
panorama of the Verde valley
stretched out before him and he has
a geological horizon that resembles
the walla of the great gash of the
Colorado.
This view always was there, bu'
travelers over the road were so en
grossed with keeping on the trail tha
they had little opportunity to enjoy
It- Now they can contemplate it a
leisure and in safety.
There is a bridge yet to be flnishe '
and a Btretch of the road to be sur
faced. There will be money for tha
from various soureee, among which 1;
Yavapai county's fund, to which wll
be matched federal aid funds.
A small female Boston Bull dog
strayed or waa taken rrom ouu in.
Second avenue a few days ago. A
,.i i ..mQr will h nald for the
UUCl.l "
r th nntt and no Questions
mui" v -
Mrs. Rose Long. Adv. It
Tha link between
QuMty and Fcono'y.
7.1 .Dounll - CassoUf
S ring Suits, Hat!,
Shoas and "Fixings."
Cravats of Italian
Silks. Good quality.
Long wearing. Priced
very reasonably at
$2.50.
McDougall & Cassou
Washington Street
1L
All members of Phoenix
Lodge No. 2, K- of P. are
requested to be present,
Tuesday, April 5. at 2.30
p. m. at Whitney's Un
dertaking parlors to at
tend the funeral of our
late brother, Ira A- Bow
man. LUKE W. HENDERSON,
C. C
Women Benifit Ass'n. of the Maca
bee meet Tuesday afternoon, 2 o'clock
at Mrs. Blaine, 903 W. Jefferson. All
members urged to be present Adv.
It
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN'S
AUTOMOTIVE DIRECTORY
ROADS BULLETIN
Coast roads In poor shape. Best route by way of Ehrenburg. Black
Canyon rough; Wickenburg. good; Florence-Superior, good . Apache
Trail rough; AJo. via Laveen. good. Use caution in crossing drain
"l.. , Ao-che nd Navajo counties good, excepting In mountaina.
Slight of tnw lnCocnino county has not affected the roads there
W "-in in Mohave county in fair shape, excepting Oatman
T wWch l, being constructed, travel being routed by way of
TUC?avapal county roads In fair .hap. Care must be used in Cbino
MVnnroadnhGreernlee, Cochise and Graham counUe, ta good
condm VaHe" roads rough in Pinal county. Tucson to Nogale.
good. ' ' ' '' '
AUTOMOBILES
AUTO ACCESSORIES
GENUINE FORD PARTS
HOME OF THE FORD AND FORDSON
ED RUDOLPH
Authorized Ford Dealer
S16-48 East Adams Street
Buick Cadillac Mack Trucks
BABBITT BROS.
West Washington Street at Fifth Avenue.
Phone 1450
CHANDLER Y
G. M. C TRUCKS TRAILMOB1LE
CALMESSNER
Corner Fourth Avenue and Adams Street
Chevrolet Little Four, Big Four
BERT O. BROWN, Distributor
316-18 East Washington Street
AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES
Western Auto Supply Agency
"EVERYTHING FOR THE AUTO"
TIRES, SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES
141-147 North Central Avenua
GARAGES SERVICE
ARIZONA RADIATOR
WORKS
Radiators repaired and rebuilt. New cores of
any kind Installed. Fenders and auto bodies
repaired. Windshields installed. Oxy-acetylene
welding. All work done by experts. Best work in
town.
Aaant Far Staaaand Copper Core
om M.-k ivniiua. Phone 609
in hi "
AUTO TRUCK BODIES BUILT
to trder. All sorts hardwood repairing for farm machinery.
HOME BUILDERS PLANING MILL
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING
Phone 418S 350 South First Street
HANSON'S GARAGE
FRED HANSON, Manager
FIRST CLASS AUTO REPAIRING
Corner First Avenue and Bennett Lane
Phone 680
ROGER HUNT GARAGE
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
ON ALL MAKES OF CARS
614 Wut Van Buren Street Phone 611

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