An “Era of Good Times” for Phoenix
Every indication points to a period of unparalelled pros
perity for Phoenix and the Valley. The publicity which
this locality has so sorely needed is now being* sent
broadcast throughout the country and as a result every
day brings new people and new money to our gates. We
are getting our house in order to take care of the in
creasing population and we have many reasons to be
lieve that we are entering a new phase in our community
life. Biulding permits show a staggering increase; the
tax rate for Phoenix is exceptionally low. Bank clear
ings and general business conditions reflect our good
fortune. Climate, population and opportunity are the
three essentials to our future. Let us see that we de
With pleasant wishes for a Merry Christmas and a
Prosperous and Happy New Year,
WE ARE FOR THE CITY OF PHOENIX
LOUIS B. WHITNEY, Mayor. Commissioners W. L. Barnum, City Attorney.
Henry Rieger, City Manager Fred Jacobs Oliver Loch, City Treasurer.
TT . ~ x J. A. R. Irvine E. W. Bacon, Building Inspector.
Hugh Callahan, City Magistrate. Luke Henderson George Brisbois, Chief of Police.
Cbas. de Sales Wheeler, City Ass’r. F. A. Jefferson. W. D. Simmons, Chief of Fire Dept.
ARE YOU MA KINO
Does the close of 1925 find you in better financial
condition than you were a year ago?
Resolve that during 1926 you will make genuine
headway toward financial independence.
Thrift will find away to save with even the smallest
Open a savings account in any bank in Phoenix
and pay into it a fixed amount every week or every
A savings account growing steadily through the
year will make next Christmas truly a Merry one.
Phoenix Clearing House Association
National Bank of Arizona Phoenix Savings Bank & Trust Co. The Valley Bank
Phoenix National Bank Commercial National Bank Citizens State Bank
PHOENIX TRIBUNE—ALWAYS IMPROVING
December 19, 1925
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