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PAGE FOUR
Circulation and
Advertising
Talks
The circulation of The Phoenix
Tribune has increased at the rate of
100 subscribers a month since Janu
ary Ist.
There’s a
Reason
We print the news and the people
are reading.
We have a policy and adhere
strictly to it.
We are sowing the seeds of Truth,
Justice and a Square Deal.
Colored people are thinking as
never before and we are giving them
FOOD for thought.
The Tribune is clean, conservative
and reliable.
As an
Advertising
Medium
The Phoenix Tribune covers an
entire field that can be reached in no
other way.
The Phoenix Tribune goes into
the homes of the most thrifty, frugal
and thoughtful people of our group.
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The Phoenix Tribune is read and
re-read by eager subscribers from
one issue till the next appears.
The Phoenix Tribune makes a
Direct Personal Appeal to Colored
People.
The Wise Business Man Profits by
Reaching the Colored People DIRECT
Through the Columns of The Tribune.
Subscription Price $2.50 a Year
Advertising Rates on Application
Tribune
Publishing
Co.
37 South Thirteenth Street
Phone 1250 Phoenix, Arizona
THE PHOENIX TRIBUNE—ALWAYS IMPROVING
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Mrs. Jackson Ent»rta'.ns
; Wednesday evening April 13th, Mrs. 1
Julius Jackson gave a delightful party
at her home, 914 East Jefferson street
in honor of her husband’s birthday
| anniversary. The house was artistically I
j decorated for the occasion and among!
the invited guests were Mr. and Mrs. !
Robinson, Miss Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. i
i Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Scotty, Prof P. j
j Landry, Mr. and Mrs. J 2. S. P. Dawson, i
j Mr. and Mrs. Perry Williams. Delici-;
! ous refreshments were served by jthe i
| hostess and all report an enjoyable I
j time.
International Bible Students
Lectuure Sunday evening at School
of music by E. H. Herscher
Study meetings: Monday night and
; Thursday night at 1342 East Jefferson
Monday night subject: “Restitution”, j
Thursday night subject: “Restitution.” j
Seats free and no collection.
Dunbar Club
Mrs. A. Stewart of 238 West Jackson j
street will entertain the Dunbar club j
i Thursday afternoon April 28th. Mrs. j
Stewart’s mother has just returned j
j from a six months’ visit with friends .
| in Texas. She reports an enjoyable J
i trip, but is glad to be back in Phoe
nix.
S. I. A. Club Meeting
The Self Improvement Art Club met
Monday with Mrs. P. F. McCutcheon \
j at 1215 East Jefferson street and held j
! a splendid meeting. The meeting Mon
| day, April 25th will be with Mrs. I. F.
i Silvers 1427 East Jefferson.
I Enjoy Motor Trip
Mr. Marion Jones and sisters, Cor
i nelia and Gertrude, of Illinois, who
i have been winter visitors in Phoenix
i since Christmas and were about to
! start back home, just discovered that
■ Phoenix is theiest place in the world.
Having met iMnv people while here.
! they selected a group of friends for a
picnic and motored to that ideal pic- j
; nic ground—Granite Reef. Those in
j the party were Mrs. W. B. Hudspeth,
! Mrs. Oscar McCloud, Mrs. Jessie Me-1
| Cloud, Mrs. Major Jones, Mrs. P. F. !
| McCutcheon, and Mrs. J. F. Hudspeth. |
i Mr. Jesse McCloud felt lonesome and
j took his car with a group of friends i
' and joined the party on the trip lo I
, Granite Reef. They had a delightful j
j time kodaking and a feature of the ;
picnic was the “good eats” that were j
j lavishly supplied and enjoyed by all.
I The Jones’ will be welcome any time
| they decide to return to Phoenix.
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You 1 $135 / / Same as
Pay \ V / / Cash
\ \ as here illustrated j! /
\ y. Immediate Possession- Given You. AT /
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Engagement Kings j <£o^o
A beautiful blue white, high quality diamond, set in one of the I
new style white gold mountings. Exactly as pictured above. A ring l _
that will instantly appeal to the ladies and men. A special offering / r W
for this week at $135 and the terms are $3.50 a week. Others sea- i
tured at SSO and S9O. ALL FUNK DIAMONDS are sold on the un- 1
derstanding that if at any time you want a larger diamond we will ' A WEEK
allow full purchase price in making the exchange. /
SI.OO Opens l Meet Funk
An Account Wear Diamonds
44 W. Washington St.
Recital Great Success
The muusicale and recital given by
, the Tanner Howadr club Thursday
| night at the A. M. E. church proved
! entirely successful. Some of the best I
| literary and musical talent in the city
appeared on the program which was
well rendered to the. delight of all.
Mr. Paul Green brought down
the house with one of his famous
| solos and Mr. W. B. Johnson, the
j "Arizona Curuso”, thrilled the audi-
I ence with one of his favorite selec
! tions. Mr. Harold Carriger also de
lighted the audience with an appropi
ate selection and received vociferous
! applause. Miss Cora Smith and Mr.
. Edmunds captivated the audience
with an instrumental duet, and Mrs.
j I-uada Walker rendered a beautiful
| violin solo. Mrs. J. F. Hudspeth gave
a humorus recital that was pleasing
and Mrs. T. J. Sanford gave a drama
tic reading that held the audience
| spell-bound. Mrs. W. C. Hacket read
a splendid paper and Mr. Cleo. M.
Roberts delivered a short address that
was timely. Rev. T. J. Sanford made
j the closing address, and Mrs. Lewis
| Jenkins, president of the Tanner How
ard club, was in charge of the pro
gram. Mr. Dumas was accompanist. A
| large audience greeted the performers
I and all went away feeling that they
A MILLION AUTO PARTS
We have wrecked thousands of Cars and carry in stock, parts of
over 250 makes and models. We guarantee to save you 35 to 90 per
cent on all auto parts. Satisfaction or your money back.
MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY
STEINBERG AUTO WRECKING CO.
421-31 North Central Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. Phone 4292
OLDEST, LARGEST AND MOST RELIABLE
CAR WRECKERS IN THE SOUTHWEST
Fire Compensation Insurance j
Automobile Public Liability Contractors’ Insurance
Burglary Surety Bonds i
Mine Insurance Auto Fire and Theft |
INSURANCE
LARGEST INSURANCE AGENCY
IN THE SOUTHWEST |
BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY J
INSURANCE AGENCY I
CARL H. ANDERSON j
L. W .SADLER, President and General Manager
16 EAST ADAMS STREET PHOENIX, ARIZONA j
■ received their money’s worth and then
some. -
Wedding Announcement
Mrs. H. L. (Nita) Gilbert, formerly
| of Phoenix but now a resident of Los i
Angeles, Cal., announces her marriage
to Mr. M. H. Washington of that city, j
They are domiciled at 769 Sears Ave.,.
where they will be at home to their j
friends. Mrs. Washington’s friends in
Phoenix will be surprised and delight
ed to learn of her recent marriage.
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Try Our Sunday Dinners, also our
every day meals at popular prices.
Gaillard’s. —Advt.
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Called Out Os City
Mr. T. A. Gaillard, proprietor of
Gaillard's case, 221 East Madison st.
was called out of the city Thursday
on business. He will retuurn Saturday
or Sunday.
A Reminder #
All clubs and other societies are
requested to keep off the date. May 20.
There will, be something doing at the
A. M. E. church on the above date and
your presence is desired.
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We still serve the same quality of
food as before and solicit your patron
age.—Gaillard’s.—Advt.
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I BAYLESS I
I BARGAINS I
fe FOR 9
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I FRIDAY AND SATURDAY j
i ‘ GOOD THINGS TO EAT” %
Strictly Fresh Ranch Eggs, per dozen 25c -<
a—neei mi ,
Fancy Creamery Butter, per lb 42c
■ Swift’s Premium Hams (12 to 1-i lbs. each) jfl
‘ Per lb 34c iff
iiiji v inm
Swift’s Fancy Breakfast Bacon, per lb 33c
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Swift’s Jewell Shortening, 8-lb. tin $1.15
Schilling’s Best Coffee, 1-lb. tin 43c I
IMazola Oil, 1-gallon tin $2.20
Wesson Oil, 14-gallon tin $1.05 ?
Guttard’s Pure Cocoa, per lb 35 c
F eet s White Naptha Soap, 10 bars for 65c V
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Pink Beans, 10 lbs. s ' 30c
Pink Beans, sack lots $7 65
Beet Sugar, 100-lb. bags $9.35 *l|
Gold Medal Flour, 48 lbs. for $2.95 ?
Gold Medal Flour, 24 lbs. for $1.50 ?
Wolf Premium Hard Wheat Flour, 48 lbs. for $2.65 f
Wolf Premium Hard W’heat Flour, 24 lbs. for $1.35 ft
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I EXTRA SPECIAL! gi
l!H I Glass Heme-made Peach Jam SI.OO S
ft BAKERY SPECIAL 9
■ Delicious Sunmaid Raisin Pies, «
■ Small Pies, each 15c jj JS
I Large Pies, each 25c \ f|
| All Lunch Cakes, Regular 20, Special 15c •
I 2-Layer Cakes, Devil Food, ||g
■ Regular 40c, Special 35c ■ |||
Vi I --Layer Cakes, W r hite, Sj
I Regular 40c, Special 35c p
j'l p 2-Layer Cakes, Large Size, f S|
I Regular 60c, Special 50c “ft
■ All 25c .Cookies, Special, per doz. 20c ’ |gjj
VEGETABLE DEPARTMENT I
Best Local Green Peas, 4 lbs. for 25c
|| New Potatoes, Fancy Stock, per lb 10c
New String Beans, per lb 30c
Local Summer Squash, 2 lbs. for 25c
Fancy Navel Oranges, per doz 25c ift
i| Seedless Grape Fruit, per doz 25c
Extra Large Strawberries, per basket 25c i
—Extra help to serve you promptly on Saturday.— J&
Our Motto: “WE BUY THE BEST” Jf
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W T E DELIVER FREE in the city all orders amount
ing to $5.00 or over (sugar excepted). Out-of-town
orders filled and shipped at these prices if received m,
fjj promptly. M
Bayiess Grocery I
and Bakery I
Ist and Washington Phone 3545 ft
Saturday, April 23, 1921

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