Own New Crysler.
Sgt. and Mrs. John Bailey of 607
E. Jefferson are the owners of a new
Crysler sedan purchased recently.
Mrs. Bailey says that it is her birth
day and Christmas present combined.
Remodeling Their Home
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. A. Lewis of 1417
East Jefferson are remodeling their
home. Several new rooms have been
added and an entire new roof over
the house. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis are
among our most progressive citizens
and we are proud of them.
Reported on the Sick List.
This week we are informed that
the following persons are on the sick
list: Mr. W. L. Goston, Mrs. Edna
Adkinson, Mrs. Nina Vann, Mrs.
Rhoda Turner and Mrs. Mattie
Ready For Christmas
Mrs. Della King Tinsley, propri
etor of the California Hat Works,
222 East Adams St., is ready for the
ladies of the valley with an excellent
line of new millinery for Christmas.
She also can make over your old hat
so that it will look like new. See her
for your Christmas headgear.
Land Office Business.
A. L. Stitt, manager of Stitt’s
Cleaning Works, 17 N. Second St., is
doing a rushing business. Mr. James,
the assistant, is kept busy turning
out the work for customers. About
the only establishment in Phoenix
busier than Stitt’s Cleaners is Kress’
5 & 10c store. Nus. Sed.
Opens Dental Office
Dr. Thos. A. Crump, a native son,
and a graduate of the dental depart
ment of the University of California,
has opened a dental office at 238
East Washington with Dr. W. H.
Foster, and is serving patients daily.
The Old Reliable
Mr. B. Banks, manager of the B.
B. second hand store at 419 E. Wash
ington, is ready for all Xmas shop
pers whose money is short. He has
just what you want and at a price
you can afford to pay. See him and
Mrs. Pearl Durr, 828 E. Washing
ton, is having a cement block store
room built on her lot and will conduct
a first class delicatessen and barbe
cue stand in the place.
PHOENIX TRIBUNE— ALWAYS IMPROVING
All the Colored churches in Phoe
nix are preparing for their Xmas
programs. The Christmas tree for
the Sunday schools will be held on
Phoenix is growing, so is Willard
He is the man that made a fast nickel beat a slow dime.
He has four places of the red, white and blue:
No. 1—230 W. Jefferson; No. 2—210 East Jefferson;
No. 3—543 W. Van Buren and No. 4, 307 N. 7th St.
A Fast Nickel Beats a Slow Dime
Christmas Gifts that last
Hotpoint and Westinghouse
Waffle Irons, Percolators and Toasters
Central Arizona Light & Power Co.
BB| ROLAND HAYES, cele
brated colored Tenor, is
the most unique charac
ter before the public to
lf» day. For six years the
“Standing Room Only”
sign has been in front of
the Roland Hayes con-
certs throughout this
country for days in ad
vance. Os the Negro
fc Jr; spiritual he has made a
■||H classic and in his inter
pretation of the art songs
he is without peer. The
story of the Crucifixion
without musical accom
lHK| paniment is a musical
experience not to be
Make reservations at Eagle Drug Store, Luhrs Bldg.,’ or Mrs W. C.
Hackett, 1334 E. Jefferson St., Miss Cecil Hewitt, 29 N. 11th St.
Prices $2.00 & $3.00
Limited seats available.
SI.OO deposit holds the reservation.
Phoenix Union High School March 4
the evening of Dec. 24 and early
morning services will be held on the
25th at all the churches. Attend the
church of your choice.
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