Cashman, Joe

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    SIBLINGS: John Cashman

    -Mr. Cashman had business in Phoenix on Tuesday.  (Chandler Arizonan 1/24/1913)

    -Mr. Cashman installed a new pump from the American Pump Company, after the expert was unable to do it.  He was able to show off his skills as a mechanical engineer.  (Chandler Arizonan 1/31/1913)

    -Mr. Cashman was laid up with bad indigestion for a few days, but is back to work now.  He is in charge of construction for the Chandler townsite.  (Chandler Arizonan 1/31/1913)

    -Mr. Cashman and 12 other men ate a dinner of quail and cottontails on Monday.  The other diners included S.S. Bradley, F.V.N. Dana, Turner Jr., Mr. Hibgen, J.T. Reese, Claude Hanna, B. Chisholm, C. Zeiger, Stanley Darrow, Frank Newman, J.K. Halstead, and G.H. Binkley.  The meal was served at Bob Plenty's Food House.  (Chandler Arizonan 1/31/1913)

    -Mr. Cashman was first to get a pass book at the new Bank of Chandler.  (Chandler Arizonan 2/7/1913)

    -Mr. Cashman plans to throw away the checkbook since he wants it only as a savings account.  He is referenced as the Hon. Joe Cashman.  (Chandler Arizonan 2/7/1913)

    -Mr. Cashman after every rain makes sure to drag the roads in Chandler.  (Chandler Arizonan 3/7/1913)

    -Mr. Cashman and Mr. Callahan charged into the Arizonan complaining that the editor didn't mention that Kansas City, Missouri serves the best ice cream in the country in last week's article.  (Chandler Arizonan 4/11/1913)

    -Mr. Cashman has been promoted to be in charge of the whole townsite construction, and to be superintendent of the San Marcos Hotel.

    Prior to coming to Chandler, he worked five years ago for his brother-in-law, Joseph Livers, in the building line.

    He will have lived in Chandler for about a year as of Sunday.  During this time, he has built the Commonwealth ditch and cement culverts and bridges.  He also placed the street curbings, and also a firm believer in good roads as the highways leading out of Chandler can testify too.  (Chandler Arizonan 4/25/1913)

    -Mr. Cashman was able to step in and save several homes from being flooded including the homes of R.M. Turner, D.W. Coffman, and Charles Slankard.  (Chandler Arizonan 5/2/1913)

    -Mr. Cashman is a lover of fine headgear.  He likes his straw hats as light and airy as possible.  He has tried several hats to date that are perfect workmanship, but they don't rival D.M. Arnold's chapeau.  (Chandler Arizonan 5/9/1913

    -Mr. Cashman attended a surprise party for Paul Johnson, and kept the party convulsed with his inimitable wit.  (Chandler Arizonan 5/30/1913)

    -Mr. Cashman donated $2.50 for the 4th of July celebration.  (Chandler Arizonan 6/20/1913)

    -Mr. Cashman was in Phoenix on Sunday.  (Chandler Arizonan 6/27/1913)

    -Mr. Cashman went with John and Dan Reese, Mr. and Mrs. F.V.N. Dana and their daughter, Ruth, to the Granite Reef Dam on Sunday afternoon.  A picnic supper was enjoyed in the evening.  (Chandler Arizonan 7/4/1913)

    -Mr. Cashman went with Jerome Elbertson, J.H. Keith, J.R. Loftus, and F.V.N. Dana to the Roosevelt Dam last Sunday with Oris Holdren at the wheel.  It was the first time to the dam for Messrs. Dana, Cashman, and Loftus.  Mr. Cashman had to admit that the dam was better than anything that Missouri had to offer.  (Chandler Arizonan 7/25/1913)

    -Mr. Cashman has worked with several other Chandler men to organize the Valley Investment Company which will build homes here.  He will be in charge of the building, and is in Los Angeles doing research and getting plans.  (Chandler Arizonan 8/1/1913)

    -Mr. Cashman left last Saturday for a ten days vacation on the coast.  (Chandler Arizonan 8/1/1913)

    -Mr. Cashman has come back from the coast with ideas on how to build homes here.  He believes concrete and cement are the best products.  (Chandler Arizonan 8/8/1913)

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