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■ Notice! Notice! Notice! A Chance of a Lifetime It becoming necessary that our children be put in school, I have decided to send my family to Douglas, and will sell at private sale the following described property, until October 18. All property unsold on this date will be sold at public sale on October 18, to the highest bidder, for cash, or will trade for yearling heifers. Now is your chance to buy. This stuff is extra nice, and in fine con dition. Beds, Mattresses, Center, Dining and Library Tables, Chairs, Stoves, Dishes, Tubs, Buckets, Pans, Guns, Clocks, Lamps, Hoes, Pitchforks, Leather Harness, Collars, Bri dles, Saddles, Hacks, Plows, Lumber, Corrugated Iron, Wire Fence, 200 New Grain Sacks, 75 White Leghorn Pul lets, Side Boards Chiffoniers, Kitchen Cabinets, One Set Chinaware costing $140.00, One new vertical feed Sewing Machine costing $85.00. About $1,000.00 worth of stuff in first class condition. If you are looking for bargains here is your chance. A. J. Joyce, Foreman, Sec. 33 E. P. & S. W. R. R. Whetstone, Ariz ! ‘J , * BIG DANCE THANKSGIVING DAY AT THE AUDITORIUM Benson Arizona Thursday November 27, Make your arrangements to attend this, the biggest dance of the season. They Are Your Neighbors ' i These folks are your neighbors. They work for the telephone company. They are regular people, just like you, your friends and family. They eat food, wear clothes, live in houses, talk, laugh, sing, cry, get peevish (and get over it), enjoy the movies and home-made pies, just like you. These folks are trying hard to give you the best tele phone service in the world. They take pride in their work and in their company; but, sometimes, when they hear you complaining about paying a few dollars a year for telephone service they become worried and wonder how they are going to make ends meet for they know their wages depend on what you pay for your telephone. Sometimes some of you forget that the telephone company is made up of folks who are just like you. The more loyal support you give the telephone the better service it can give you. The Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Company -L • - • . - ji ~ r LUCKY CIGARETTE* 1 GET a package today. No tice the flavor—the whole some taste of Kentucky Burley tobacco. Why do so many “regular men” buy Lucky Strike cigarettes? They buy them for the special flavor of the // toasted Burley tobacco. if ALi® \1 There’s the big reason—it’s Vvt6«lStod )) toasted, and real Burley. Make ___ Lucky Strike your cigarette. ©fi Guaranteed by