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Local News Purchased Star Car The Rev. Dr. Haynes, pastor of the C. M. E. church, is the proud owner of a Star touring car pur chased recently. He is now making his pastoral calls in the modern way. To Roosevelt Lake Mr. B. Banks and a party of friends will motor to Roosevelt Hake next Sunday for a little outing. To the Coast Mrs. Gabie Brown. Mrs. Rachael Henderson, Mrs. Elma Mitchell, Mrs. Allen Smith. Mrs. Wm. Solly, Mrs. Clay Brown, Mr. G. S. Rogers, Mr. Albert Turner, and several others whose names we failed to get, left recently for points in California, some to attend the session of the Grand Lodge, Knights and Daugh ters of Tabor, a*nd others to spend their summer vacation. Return from Vacation Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Brown and son, Walter, Jr., returned this week from a pleasant motor trip to the Grand Canyon and other points in Northern Arizona. They report a delightful trip. Visits Canyon Mr. J. H. Mcßeynolds, well known phonograph dealer and record sales man, returned from a brief visit to the Grand Canyon. He says he had the time of his young life. Prominent Visitor R. V. Towner, secretary-treasurer of the Western Casualty Company of Denver, Colorado, was a business visitor in Phoenxi Monday. He is making his annual visit to the branch offices of the company throughout the Southwest. He spent several hours with A. R, Smith, Phoenix Manager of the company at the Branch Office, 17 North 2nd St. Mr. Smith was given authority to settle claims from, the Phoenix of fice. It is now possible to get your check immediately w’hen sick or ac cident claims are presented. This will come as good news to the hun dreds of policy holders in this com munity. Mr. Towner left Monday night for El Centro and San Diego, Calif., where the[ Western Casualty Company also maintains branch of fices. PHOENIX TRIBUNE—ALWAYS IMPROVING Provides for His Son Mr. Thomas H. Dickey, 1121 So. sth avenue, ' purchased a SIOOO.OO certificate in the State Building & Loan Association through agent A. R. Smith and presented it to his lit Credit at the Bank Is Good —Cash In the Bank Is Better « Start saving NOW and have money when you need it. SI.OO or More Opens an Account We add 4% interest, compounded semi-annually. PHOENIX SAVINOS BANI & fMUST COMPANY Savings Trusts Insurance Days’ Free Trial MEAD Price* From $ 21 50 Up || jSwMjAg name of nearest Mead Dealer. ! \h\ > gs OUT ON THIS UHE % \ \ \/Sl j Mead Cycle Co., Chicago, 0. S. A. j \Vvk ££2 Please send full information and name of near- 1 ! Nam j Tircc s*|£o Street or ! ' ,l . ■“*> 1 P.0.80x I Guaranteed. — Lamps, 1 wheels, equipment. 1 Town - 1 k° w Prices* Send no —1 money .Use the coupon. I 495 MfriMt c»ci« owy ! ° ffer FltraUoept, X chiSSo tie son, Thomas Jr. By the time that little Thomas finishes the Sev enth grade, his SIOOO.OO will be avail able and w r ill then be placed at in terest to his credit, so that his col lege training will be assured.