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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, 1921.
PAGE NINE
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
KEW YORK, Nov. 25. Stocks were
listless at the opening of today's ses
sion, becoming steady at mid-day and
developing general strength before
the close. T;he movement seemed to
have its basis mainly on easier money
rates, call loans declining from 6 to
4 Per cent on liberal offerings.
Bonds again displayed .consistent
strength on large and diversified
dealings In which five of the Liberty
aeries established new high records
Tor the year. An exception to the
higher trend In the bond list was
furnished by French municipals,
which reacted sharply.
Pools resumed their bullish tactics
In specialties of the chemical, utility,
metal, leather and miscellaneous di
visions without evoking perceptible
public response, but rails moved to
higher ground as a result f steady
and substantial accumulation.
In the afternoon a sudden drive
surainst the shorts in Mexican Petro
"4um was accompanied by advances
in domestic issues, the Standard Oil
group again coming forward. Bales
.mounted to 735,000 shares.
The statement of the British for
eign minister dealing with the mili
tary policy of the French govern
ment probably contributed to unset-
tlement in foreign exchanges, the
Paris rate falling nearly 15 points,
with reactions in other continental
quotations.
Liberty issues and high grade rails,
such as Northern Pacific, Great
Northern, Burlington 6s, and nu
merous minor bonds participated in
'the broad inquiry from investmant
sources. Transactions also were
strong with several of the- interna
tional group of war issues. Total
sales, $20,850,000.
BRADSTREETS REPORT
KEW YORK, Nov. 25. Brad
Street's tomorrow will says
Trade, industrial and financial re
ports present a varied, indeed, an ir
regular appearance. Wholesale trade
has quieted further; jobbing trade,
except in holiday specialties, has
tended to taper off, and concentration
of attention ia on retail trade, which
is better, but fails, as yet to reveal
the desired activity In the direction of
final distributions Seasonal eonai
tions possibly largely explain the
Quieter trend !n wholesale and job
bing trade, although cautious buying
ty retailers who desire to make sure
of closing the year with light stocks
Is an additional reason advanced. On
the other hand retail buying lacks the
snap often visible at this season, rea
sons for this being irregular weatner,
low prices for farm produce, and in
some large centers reduced purchas
ing Dower due to unemployment.
which latter, however, does not tend
' to increase very materially as yet.
Weekly bank clearings, $5,651,656,
Q00. COMMERCIAL BULLETIN
BOSTON, Nov. 25. The Commer
cial Bulletin tomorrow will say:
"Th tariff situation in this coun
try has caused speculative buying of
raw wool in this market, with a con
sequent stiffening of values, which is
in direct contrast with the tendency
of nriceu In the foreign markets, and
not in sympathy with the market for
manufactured goods at the moment.
All trades of wool here are appre
ciablv stronger, but especially the
i medium and low trades.
"The demand from the mills has
not been particularly keen, although
some buying in most an graaea is re
ported in a moderate way."
CHICAGO BOARD
f CHICAGO, Nov. 25. Wheat took
an upward swing in value today
mav rf rpsnnnafi to
Thanksgiving strength of foreiga
markets. The close was unsettled,
l 4 tn l 4 cents net higher, with De
ceiaber 11.12 to $1.12 and May $1.15
to il.la. Corn lost 1 to 1 cents.
In provisions the outcome varied
from S cents declina to 15 cents ad
vance. .
General buyln accompanied the
upturn in the wheat market, but after
mid-day much prorit taKing on me
part of holders was the evidence
causing material setbacks. - Less fav
orable crop reports irom Argentina
were among the chief bullish factors.
The wheat crop In the southern por
tions, including some of the best
wheat territory in Argentina, were
said to have been hurt by drought.
Increasing seriousness of drought re
ports from Kansas was also noted
i and some hot weather damage to late
sown wheat in Australia. Further
more, Japan was said to be buying
Australian wheat on a big scale and
India, too, taking a liberal quantity,
thus reducing the amount available
for Europe. Despite the fact that
realizing sales late in the session
took the edge off the wheat advance,
bulls professed to be satisfied, espe
cially as some fresh European buy
ing of domestic hard winter wheat
was talked of.
Enlarged rural offerings of corn
more than counterbalanced in the
corn market at the last the effect of
wheat strength and of export demand
for corn in all positions. Oats
seemed to be governed mainly by the
action of wheat.
Provisions advanced with hogs, but
later reacted because of packers'
selling.
COTTON
NEW YORK. Nov. 25. The cot
ton market closed steady at a net
decline of 51 to $3 points. Spot cot
ton quiet; middling, 18.30c.
CONFERENCE OF
STAKE
MERCANTILE PAPER
NEW YORK, Nov. 25. Call money
firm; high, 6; low,-4; ruling
rate, 6; closing bid, 4K; offered
at 5; last loan, 4. Time loans
easier; 60 days, 5; 90 days, 5; six
month, 6 5. Prime mercantile
paper, 6Jf5!4.
LIBERTY BONDS
NEW YORK, Nov. 25. liberty
bonds closed: 3's, $96.20; first 4's,
S95.10 bid: second 4's, $95.22: first
4Vh. $95.90: second 4's, 195.46;
third 4's. $96.86: fourth 4'r, $95.76;
Victory 3's, $99.94; victory 48,
$99.96. .
BAR 8ILVER
NEW YORK, Nov. 25. Foreign
bar silver, 66c; Mexican dollars.
60c Domestic, 99c.
METALS
NEW YORK, Nov. 25. COPPER
Steady; electrolytic, tepot and near-
bv. 1313c: later, 13hiisc.
TIN Steady; spot ana nearoy.
29.87c; futures, 30.00c.
IRON Steady; uncnangea.
LEAD Steady: snot, 4.70c.
ZINC Quiet; East St. Louis de-
lilvery spot, 4.70c.
ANTIMONY Spot, 4.60C. ,
FOREIGN EXCHANGE
NEW YORK, Nov. 25. Foreign
exchange irregular; Great Britain,
demand $3.98. cables 3.99: France,
demand 6.93c, cables 6.3c; iiaiy,
demand 4.04c. cables 4.04C: Bel
gium, demand 6.62c, cables 6.62c;
Germany, demand 33c, cables 34c;
Holland, demand 35.70c, cables 35.76c;
Norway, demand 14.25c; Sweden, de
mand 23.50c; Denmark, demand
18.50c; SwiUerland, demand 18.96c;
Snain. demand 13.80c: Greece, de
mand 4.03c: Argentina, demand
32.50c; Brazil, demand 12.62c; Mon
trea.1, 91c. ,
To Continue For Three
Days Dedication Of
Site For Great Mormon
Temple Is To Take Place
Monday v
MESA, Nor. i The regular quar
terly conference of the Maricopa
state. T-atter Dav Saints' church, will
nnfn in Mesa, on Saturday morning,
will continue over Sunday ana me
dedication oi the site for tne pro
posed new Mormon temple will ioi-
inw -arHh n elaborate ceremony on
Monday afternoon. President neper
Grant of the Latter Day oainis
church and A. W. Irvins, counselor
to the president, are exoected to ar
rive in Mesa Saturday morning to
be In attendance at the three day
session. Presidnt David K. taau oi
St. Johns was in Mesa Friday, and
among the other officials expected
Katurdav axe President Joseph w.
McMurrin of Los Angeles, President
Andrew Kimball of Thatcher, and
President Rey L. Pratt of Mexico.
All of the visiting officials will take
important parts on the program at
the conference and will attend the
dedicatory ceremony Monday.
The conference will officially open
at 10 o'clock Saturday morning in
the Lv D. S auditorium on West Main
street. Congregational singing, spe
cial musical numbers and speaking
will feature the program. At the aft
CHICAGO, Nov. 25. BUTTER
unchanged: creamery extras, 44c;
firsts, 3542c; seconds, 3234c;
standards. 38c.
EGGS Higher: receipts, 2.935
cases; firsts 50 to 63c; ordinary
firsts, 43 47c; miscellaneous, 60
52c; refrigerator extras 3S38c
refrigerator firsts. 37 37 Vic.
POULTRY. Alive, unsettled
fowls. 1321c: spring!!, 19c; tur
keys, 33c: roosters, 14c.
POTATOES Steady; receipts, 73
cars; total United States shipments.
490; Red Kiver, si.3UWl.4u cwt.
Northern White, $1.601.75 cwt
Idaho Russets, $2.25 cwt.
At Kansas City
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 25. BUT
TER Creamery lc higher, 44c
packing unchanged, 24c.
EGGS Unchanged; firsts, 51c
seconds. Sic-
. POULTRY Hens, l2c lower, 13
18c; springs, 2o lower, 1621c;
turkeys unchanged, 34c
LIBERTY BONDS
Bought For Cash
Jx Angeles Stock Exchange
Quotations
1st Liberty 3 $95.00
1st Liberty Conv. 4 $94.00
1st Liberty Conv. 44 ....$96.25
2nd Liberty 4 $94.60
2nd Liberty Conv. 4 Vi .,..$95.37
3rd Liberty 4 $96.64
4th Liberty 414 $95.67
5th Victory 4 $99.80
A. W. COOTE
Member !
Chicago Board of Trade
Los Angeles Stock Exchange
San Francisco Stock Exchange
New York Curb
Correspondent
E. F. Hutton & Co.
Members
New York Stock Exchange
Privats Wires Coast to Coast
Adams Hotel Bldg.
119 North Central Ave.
Phoenix Aril.
Phone 1416
"Prompt and efficient
service'
IWSSfSSWSSl I ! BS-WSBBBB.-SS HJ
CHICAGO
CHICAGO, Nov. 25. CATTLE
Receipts. 14,000: beef steers opened
slow . to 25c lower; medium grades
ver dull: prime yearlings fed for
show, $12.00; bulk beef steers, $6.00
9.00; she stock slow, but early sale
steady: calves strong: bulls ac
stockers steadv.
HOGS Receipts. 32.000; active 15
to 25c higher than Wednesday's av
era.ee: mostly 25c higher; light lights
up to $7.25; comparatively few hogs
over ..7.10; bulk, S6.07.U!; pigs,
25c higher; bulk desirable, ii.ia
7.25.
SHEEP Receiots. 16,000: fat
Iambs generally steady; top early
$10.00 to packers and shippers; $10.10
to citv butchers: bulk early, $9.75
10.00: choice fed shorn lambs, $9.00
talking weak on sheep and strong on
feeder lambs.
KANSAS CITY
KANSAS C1TT, 2rv. 25 CATTLE
Receipts, 33C: fairly active; most
ly steady: spots higher; bulk fat
beef steers, $6.00(97.00; one load,
$7.15; quality lacking on most' kill
ing cattle; bulk cows. $3.253.75
canners and cutters, $2.502.85; very
few yearlings offered; bulk, $5.75
6.50; veal calves scarce; few choice
kinds, $8.00; stockers and feeders
dull with few sales reported.
HOGS Receipts, 2,000; active;
mostly 15 to 25c higher; closing at
full advance; shipper, top, $6.95;
packing top on choice hogs averag-
S0UTHS1DE NEWS
OFFICE SOUTHSIDE DEPT.
ie S. Macdonald St Ph. 341, Mesa
TEMPE AGENCY
Laird & Dines Drug Store
Phone 22
GILBERT AGENCY
Gilbert Pharmacy
Phone Mesa 1R2
CHANDLER AGENCY
Gardner & H.rmer Drug Store
Phone 21
GOODYEAR AGENCY
J. E. Flanagan Refreshment
Parlor
MARICOPA
TO OPEN T
D
ernoon meeting which commences at
2 o'clock, the papago Indian ward
choir will furnish the music
300 in Choirs
Three hundred voices will contest
for honors a the musical program
to be given Satn: day night in the
auditorium. Each choir in the stake.
six in all, will compete in a singing
contest for honors. The choirs are
composed of 60 members each,, and
at the conclusion of the contest the
300 voices will unite to render a se
lection. The evening program will
be preceded writh a special band con
cert by the Indian school band of
Phoenix.
Sunday morning at 10:80 the con
ference will resume, with music fur
nished by the first and second ward
choirs. The combined choirs of 300
voices will sing at the afternoon
meeting and in the evening at 7:30
the third and fourth wards will sup
ply the music
The. site for the hew temple on
the 20 acre tract lust cast of Mesa
has been cleared in the last few
weeks and how presents an attractive
appearance. A rpeakers stand has
been erected for the Monday cere
mony and new highways have been
opened from -the Roosevelt road and
Hobson street to the temple site.
President Grant and other visiting
officials will speak at the Monday
program. The program will com
mence at 1:30 in the afternoon with
a band concert..
The comln of President Grant and
presidents from stakes throughout
the southwest ard Mexico marks an
important event for the local stake
and promises the largest gathering
of members ol the Latter Day Saints'
church ever held in Ariona. Special
reduced rates have been granted by
the railroads from all parts of the
state. Many visitors were noticeable
In Mesa Friday The big influx is
expected on Saturday. Preparations
have been made by all of the hotels
to care for the visitors and overflow
will be Quartered in private homes.
Raid Gambling House
Six men were arrested early on
Thursday morn'ng -vhen a raid was
made on a room on West Main street.
Night Captain Brown and Officer
George Fryer conducted the raid,
taking in tow all of the six men
who were in the room at the time
and were alleged to have been shoot
ing craps. The trial of the six de
fendants was set for Friday morn
ing, but was postponed at that time
until Monday . morning. It will be
heard before Judge Newell in v the
police court.
Attend Parado
Rev. F. E. Hawsa and Mrs. Hawes
and Dr. S. E. Douglas and wife
formed a party which motored to
Florence Friday to attend the two
day parado which opened there Fri
day morning. Many other people of
the city are also in attendance at
the annual celebration ia Pinal
county.
Program for Choir Contest
One of the big events of the qaur
terly conference of the 1 D. S.
church, and probably the biggest
event of its kind ever held in the
state, will occur Saturday night in
the L. l. S- auditorium when the
sixth ward choir compete in the
singing contest The first and sec
ond wards of Mesa, Phoenix, Chand
ler, Gilbert and Papago will be rep
resented in the contest, with 60 voices
in each choir. "Let the Mountains
Shout for Joy" will be the selection
sung by each contesting choir, and
following the decision of the Judge
the six choir will combine to ren
der the song. A professional Judge
from outside the stake has been se
fecte.l to decile the contest. Other
numbers on the evening program to
be given in the auditorium will be a
contest of a preliminary concert by
the Indian school band, song and
dance by Thora Duke, butterfly dance
by Alta Jensf-m, vocal solo by J.
Alfred Anderson of one of the vis
iting stakes, vocal solo by President
Heber J Grant, selection by Phoenix
quartet, selection oy Mesa sextet.
Carriers Have Picnio
Thirteen carrier boys for the Re
pub. can, representing as many routes
that serve the papers subscribers on
the south sid, participated in a pic
nic above Granite Reef on Friday.
Fun and entetrainmcnt for the ener
getic young fellows was bountiful
and they passes a busy period at the
picnio grounds with hiking; football,
basketball and fishing as the fea
tures on the program. Participating
in the picnic were C. L, Walmsley
Jr., Arthur and Foster Brosius of
Tempe, Herbert Easley, J. B. Eas
ley. Jack Cummard, Stanley Church
hill, Lester Andtrson and Norman
Stoddard of Mesa, Francis Moore and
Orien Vance of Chandler, and Mil
lard Sevey cf Gl.bert.
Baaar on "Ford Day"
The ladies of the Christian church
will hold a Christmas bazaar and will
serve lunch as a special attraction on
Mesa's "Ford Day," Dec. 17.
South Side Theaters Today
Majestic, Mesa -Hells Oasis
starring Nea' Hart. Comedy, "Pals."
Gilbert Bryant Washburn in "A
Full House." Comedy, "The Chink."
Paths News.
Tempe William S. Hart In "The
Cradle of Courage." Mutt and Jeff
cartoon. Ford Weekly.
Chandler 'The White Circle." an
star cast. Comedy, "Edgar the Detective."
SWEET POTATOES $1.75 per 100
lbs.; peanuts. 10c lb., during Thanks
giving week. Del Rio Poultry Farm,
north of Lehi; Geo. G. Haws, Prop.;
R. 1, Mosa. adv-tf
Cutting the hair short used to be
a punishable offense in France.
POSTOFFIGE SHOWS
BUSH GROWTH IN
CH OLE
mm
CHANDLER, Nov. 25. That busi
ness conditions are improving in the
Chandler district Is reflected in the
gratifying increase in postoffice bus
iness. Postmaster Leonard Parke re
ports another increase in the rental
of postoffice boxes when he expected
a shortage. The local office has a
total of 438 boxes and in the last
six months has more than doubled
the number. This indicates that new
people are coming in.
Bids for carrying mail between
Kyrene and Chandler will be opened
on November 29. This new service
provides for bringing the mall twice
daily to Chandler. Including Sunday.
In connection with this improved
service, the postmaster suggests that
country patrons of the office can get
better Sunday and holiday service by
securing a postoffice box, if they so
desire.
Y. M. C. A. Representative
Wiley Dickson was sent as a rep
resentative of the Y. M. C. A. from
Phoenix to speak to the high school
bovs concerning the Arizona Annual
Older Boy conference to be held at
Globe on November. 25, 26 and 27
The conference theme this year is
"The Challenge to Service." This
conference is not an excursion or a
basket ball Jaunt but a coming to
gether of serious minded leading
older fellows who desire to make
their lives count.
Home From Hospital
Leonard Edwards has recuperated
from his operation and was brought
home this week.
Motor From East
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Johnson have
Just arrived overland for a visit
witlf his mother. Mrs. Alice John
son. They made the trip from Detroit
and are enroute to the coast.
Mr. Johnson has perfected health
belts for stout people. He is a
nephew of C. R. Gordon. They will
remain until the end of the week.
Leonard Georges Back
Their many friends in the valley
will be glad to learn that Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard George, formerly well
known Chandler residents are again
spending the winter in the valley.
Attend K. of P. Dance
Among those who attended the K.
of P. dance from Chandler held at
Mesa Monday evening were: Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Lukin, Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Cohen, Leonard Parke, Al Strauss
and Marshall Austin.
Christian Science
Christian Science society of Chan
dler holds church services every Sun
day morning at 11 o'clock in the
church building, corner Colorado and
Cleveland astreets. Testimonial
meeting every Wednesday at 8 P. m.
A welcome is extended to the public.
Rev. W. C. Miller will be able to
hold services at the M. E. church
Sunday, both morning and evening,
as his daughter is able to be up from
her recent illness. There will be
special music The choir is now in
charge of Prof. F. P. Austin, who is
doing splendid work In rounding out
the choir work.
Mormon President to Spesk'
Heber J. Grant, president of the
Mormon church, will be in Chandler
on Sunday and will speak at the
L. D. S. chapeL
o
THE LIFE OF THE PARTY
M. Paderewski is said to be amus
ing himself in his new home in Cali
fornia by practicing card tricks. As
he can also play the piano ha should
be the life and soul of many aa eve
ning party. "Punch."
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE House, 8 acres. Im
proved, on Lateral 14. second house
north cf Yuma road. $4000 cash. Few
days only. See owner at place.
Metten. 2t
FOR RENT House, three rooms,
and bath, furnished. No sick or chil
dren. 711 K. Culver St. Phone 8784.
It
ing around 200 to 210 Tbs, $7.00
bulk of sales. $6.75 7.00; packing
sows. 15 to 25c higher; bulk, $o.7a
g.00; pigs steady, $7.25.
SHEEP Receipts, 12,ouo; Killing
classes strong to 25c higher; shorn
Texan wethers, $4.60; led western
lambs, $9.35.
DcNV tn
DENVER, Nov. 25. CATTLE
Receipts, 800j steady; beef steers,
$5.00gs6.25; cows and heifers, $3.50
5.00; calves. $6.009.5O; bulls, $2.00
(33.80: stockers and feeders, $4.25
5.50.
HOGS Receipts, 400; 15Z5c
higher; top, 7.10; bulk, $6.757.00.
SHEEP Receipts, 4800; 25 to 50C
higher; lambs, $7.75e8.85; ewes,
$2.504.00; feeder lambs, $7.008.00.
COPPERS
Compiled for The Repjjllcar. by
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Commercial Hotel Bldg.
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Butte & Superior 17 .
Calumet & Arizona .....64
Cerro de Pasco 33Ts
Chile 12 .
Chino 27 i.
Greene-Cananea. ....... ...24H .
Inspiration ..37 ..
Kennecott 24H .
Miami ..26
Nevada Cons. 13 ..
Ray Cons. 14 "4
Utah ... 68 ,
Big Ledge ....29
Calurret & Jerome 13
Dundee .' ..60
Goodyear Tire 124
Goodyear Tire, pfd 27 4
Green Monster OS
Jerome Verde ..25
Magma 21
Magma Chief ............ .04
New Cornelia 16
Ray Hercules ....20
United Etstern 2ft
Verde Extension .....27
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Amer. Beet Sugar 28 Vs
Amer. Can 31
Amer. International 37
Amer. Locomotive 94
Amer. Smelting & Ketg . 41
Amer. Tel. & Tel. Co .116
Amer. Woolen- 78
Atchison 87
Baldwin Locomitive 96
Baltimore & Ohio 37
Bethlehem Steel (B) 55
Canadian Pae 118
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Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Investments
Logan & Bryan Private Wire Service
We specialize in Liberty Loan Issues
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AUTO STAGE TIME TABLE
AUTO STAGES To Globe, Miami, Roosevelt Dam, over the Apache Trail
Daily. To Superior, Florence, Ray, Sonora, Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.
Leaving Ray for Phoenix, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. To Tempe, Mesa,
hourly. To Chandler every other hour. Tc Fowler, Tolleson, Cashion,
t'oldwater. Avondale. Wagner, Litchfield, Liberty, Buckeye, Arlington and
HlieKpie Dam. For further information phone 711 or 1465. UNION STAGE
DEPOT, 11-13-15 East Jefferson Street.
Central Leather
Chesapeake & Ohio
Chandler Mot r
C M. & St. P
C R. 7. & P. ...... .......
Corn Products
Crucible Steel
Cuba Cane Sugar
Erie ;
General Motors
Great Northern, pfd
Great Northern Ore
Haskell & Barker
International Paper
Int. Merc. Marine, pfd...
Invincible Oil
Island Oil
Lackawanna Steel
Mexican Petroleum
Midvale Stee
Missouri Pac
N. Y. Central
N. Y. N. H. & H
Norfolk & Western
Northern Pa
Pan American Petroleum
Pan American, B
Pennsylvania
Pierce Arrow 3t
Reading , 731
rteyuunc iron oc cieei ...... 50
Retail Stores 'm 531
Royal Dutch 4,514
SMnciuir cons 23
iMiuuiern itaiiway 2uli
outncrn i-ac HOii
S tudebaker Co " 7sat
Texas Co 4
1 ooacco irouucis ra
United Food 11
U. S. Rubber '"" 49
II. S Steel 7!" 83
U. S. Industrial 391
Union Oil, Delaware ... Ji 20
Union Pac 17" 128
Vanadium Corp 314
Virginia-Carolina Chem..."J 32
Western Union !t!
Westinghousp Elc 7".'."" 47V
1 Wills Overland .7.7.7 5 3-6
81
.. 69
.. 46
.. 23
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.. 88
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.. 74
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SATURDAY IS DODGE DAY at
AS
MZONA'S
USED
C
Gfl
AM
ITEST
SATURDAY IS DODGE DAY. This day has been set aside for the sale of used and rebuilt
Dodge Brothers cars. There is a fine assortment for you to select from, covering almost any
style and price. Remember these cars are all in good shape and are real bargains at the prices
we are asking for them. The inserts below only go to show that we have these cars priced for
a quick sale. Come in and look them over.
DODGE ROADSTER, $75.00
Hare is a Dodge Brothers Roadster that is ready to go right now.
Just the car you have been looking for.. Balance to suit.
Open
Evenings
Till
Nine
o'Clock
DODGE TOURING, $190.50
Just think of .buying a Dodge Brothers Touring Car at the prke vtm
re offering this one. The very csr for hunting and fishing trips.
Balance to suit.
SATIS
FACTION
Our special selling plan allows you to drive the car for five days. If at any time during thi3
period you become dissatisfied, you have the option of exchanging it on any other car we have
in the house or apply the full purchase price on a new one. Have you ever been offered any
such proposition as fair as this before?
DODGE SEDAN $711.20
Here we have a Dodge Brothers Sedan. The car your wife and
family have been sfter you to buy for so long. Better come in and look
this car over. Balance to suit.
TERMS
Among the ears of
fered srs many of the
standard makes such
Fords, Chevrolet, Ov
erland, Dodges, Buicks,
Oakland, Scripps
Booth and many others
There i a ear for every
pocketbook, so COME
EARLY and gt FIRST
CHOICE. Come pre
pared to drive your
choice away.
DODGE DELIVERY $357.00
Have you ever closely impect.d the Dodge Brothers Delivery Csr?
If you look over this wonderful bargain you will not be able to psss it
up. Balance to suit.
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DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR CARS
134 SOUTH CENTRAL AVE. TELEPHONE 4321
PHOENIX, ARIZONA
The illustrations used
above are stock cuts, not
actual photographs, there
fore in order to see what
these cars really are you
must come in person. It
will pay you.

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