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THE AIUZOXA REPUBLICAN WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 20. 1908. 1
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Advertisements running for ! than
AUCTION Saturday. 1:30 p. m., at
the Hammond Auction House, 23
South First Ave., v.e will sell as
usual a general lot of household fur
niture, consisting of in part a new
HM-xliVj Axminster Art Square
Writing Desk. Parlor Table, Beds,
Chavel Dresser, Commode, Chairs,
Tables, etc., horses, harness, saddle,
buggy, wheels, guns, etc. Send in
all you wish sold. We guarantee
highest prices. Hammond. Auction
eer. Tel. Red 411.
SNAP 6-room brick; 3 -room bunga
low; all furnished; four full sized
lots; shaJe; city water; near car
lines; rents $45.00 per month; $2S00.
part tinte. Rarr, 4 West Adams st.
KOR SALE Sow, pigs and shoats, or
to teed for increase. J. G. Hanimels,
KuK SALK Cheap, two pack bur
rows and pack saddles. Apply Com
KOR PEACHES in small or large
quantities leave order with O.
Thomas, cor. Center and Jefferson I
A Go D CHANCE for a lady or gent I
to buy me out, at 17 S 1st ave. Sick- j
ness cause of selling.
FOR SALE 5 acres ;a snap. Room j
10, National Rank of Arizona Bldg.
FoR SALE 25 steers from 2 years
of age down to weaned. Two miles
east on McDowell road.
FOR SALE 4 bull calves, 15 each. See
Thomas at end of Indian School car
FoR SALE A stack of barley hay un
threslied for chicken feed. See
Thomas at end of Indian School car
FOR SALS Figs and Mission grapes
for Jell. W. H. Taylor, one-quarter
mile west of Osborn school. Box
1003, or :hone County 10.
FORSALE Plums; last chance for
good canning plums, at the Clayson
loll SALE White and brown Leg
horn hpns. $6.50 per dozen. P.. B.
Reecher, Central Ave., near Osborn
FORSALE Good standard bicycle
in perfect order; $15. See Thomas
at the end of Indian schixd car line.
FOR SALE Good fresh J-rsey cow.
See Thomas at end of Indian school
FOR SALE Good saddle mare, sound
and gentle, $40. See Thomas at end
of Indian sthool car line.
FOR SALE Fine bred 5 year old driv
ing mare, sound and gentle. See
Thomas at end of Indian school car
LAND script for sale. Reply to F. W
B1;BARG.IN For saie, the only
cold storage plant on south side.
'The Sturgeon Market," doing a
$2000.00 buslncfs monthly. Located
'1 1 mpe. Arizontt. For nrticulars
and irice write Mrs. J. E. Sturgeon,
FoTl-SALE '00 lia.l f:it Iambs iv.i
ewes. Mrs. J. E Slurim.
FOR SALE Twenty acres near Scotts
dale, old water right at $110.00 per
acre. Francis Fraizer, Scottsdale,
FOR SALE OR RENT 40 acres. One
of the best tracts of fruit, garden or
alfalfa land on southside; water from
Tempe canal; 40 shares stock Tempe
Pumping Co., less than 1-4 mile
from graded street and city water
main; less than one mile from cen
ter of city of Tempe; adjoining the
townsite on the cleanest best built
side of town. Magnificent shade,
some fruit. Address Owner, Care
Box 938, Tempe, Arizona.
FOR SALE High grade piano. Must
be sold at a great sacrifice. Cash or
easy m nthly payments. Address
Bernard Pos, Roswell, New Mexico.
FOR SALECIty and country prop
erty. Improved or unimproved. In
vestment and speculative, large or
small both In value and size. Let
me show you my specials. W. K.
James. 37 N. Center.
FOR SALE Distilled water Light
FOR RENT--Four completely furnish
ed, clean, north, shady, housekeep
ing rooms, gas range, electric lights,
porcelain bath, fine large screen, etc.
359 North Third Ave.
FoR RENTSmall furnished house;
plenty of shade. Call 11 W. Wash
ington, up stairs.
FOR RE NT Housekeeping rooms,
completely furnished. 368 North
FURNISHED and unfurnished flats,
modern, fine location, cool. 122 west
3oth St., Los Angeles. Home Phone
All experienced users concede the superiority of the Samsrtn wind
mill, with its double gears, drop forged steel wrist pin, four bearings, with
the load equally distributed, it is In reality a Samson. All the over-hanging
strain being done away with the friction is reduced to the mini
mum, it converts all the forces of the wind into lifting power; in other
words It produces the greatest efficiency of any Wind Engine made.
We shall be glad to send you a catalog and to show you the many ex
cellent features of this superior mill.
We also have Stover Engines, Pump Heads, Power Heads, Cylinders,
Pipe, Well Casing, etc., all of which we receive In carload lots sell
right and it will be money in your pocket to figure with us.
BER T CO.
on month tnuit be paid in advance.
FOR RENT The coolest rooms in
Phoenix, at the Vendome, opposite
Elks Theater, between 3rd and 4th
aves., on West Washington St.; rooms
clean and well furnished; plenty of
porch room for sleeping out; all mod-
ern conveniences. Day, week ori
month; summer rates.
FOR RENT Seven rooms, close; i
North Center; permanent .tenants;
cheap. Inquire 306 North Second St.
THE ANGELUS HOSPITAL Los
Angeles offers a three years course
of study and training to young wo
men desirous of entering the pro
fession of nursing. Address An
gelus Hospital, Los Angeles.
GOOD MILKER wants job on ranch.
Call at Monroe House.
WANTED Two ranch hands by Jap
anese. 640 W. Monroe str.. Phoenix;
phone Red 442.
WANTED Man and woman wanted
to take charge of dairy during sum
mer. Geo. Gillmore, 1 mile east of
Asylum, Tempe road.
WANTED Milker at Home Dairy.
. two miles east on McDowell road.
WANTED Woman cook; also boy er
j man to milk 2 cows and light work.
! B. B. Beecher, Central Ave., near Os
i born school.
j WANTED Young lady fr office
work; permanent position. L. G.,
NINETEEN jobs going at present.
Electricity, plumbing, bricklaying
taught In few months; advanced stu
dents paid wages. Free catalogue.
I'nion Trade School and Contracting
Co., 120-126 East Ninth, Los Angel
es. SITUATIONS WANTED.
WANTED A position as steam engin
eer, stationery or traction. Address
W. W. Conaway, Tempe. Arizona.
JAPANESE wants work by day
such as office cleaning, gardener,
laundry or house cleaning in the city.
Address S. K. 35 X. 1st Ave., Phoe
nix. A. T.
WANTED A ew family washings by
experienced laundry woman. 313
South Eleventh avenue.
POSITION WANTED Any kind of
work. Japanese Club, 640 West Mon
roe street; phone red 442, Phcenlx.
WANTED 4 or 5 room brick cottage;
unfurnished; close in. We also have
a client fur a 3 or 4 room furnished
house. Apply to Carson & Holt,
room 7 Lewis Bldg.
WANTED To borrow $750 on $5,500
gilt edge negotiable paper. See J.
L. Irvin. 11 N. 1st ave.
WANTED Hens and ducks at City
Poultry Yard, 714 N. 4th street,
phone Red 1111.
WANTED To buy small house. Ver
ne La Tourette, R. F. D. No. 1.
WANTED Team of good work mares
weighing about 1000 lbs. each. Ad
dress Postoffice Box 581, city.
WANTED Residence with one or
more lots, near Five Points. Box
727. Republican office.
ATED If you have stocks or bonds
for sale, let me try to sell them for
you. George M. Kellogg, Broker,
540 Ellicott Square, Buffalo, N. Y.
YOU CAN sleep cool roof sleeping
rooms; eat well home cooking, spe
cial summer rates, at the Woodford.
HAVE you got a 40 to 100 acre ranch
that you would lease now for three
years or more for cash rent or on
shares; must have at least 40 acres
alfalfa now. Address A. E. D., Re
publican. MRS. ELLIE WAKE Hair dresser,
39 E. Adams street. Phone Red 72.
MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS Exper
' fenced card reader. Sees past, pres
ent and future. Ladies, 25c;
gentlemen 60 cents. 22$ Buchanan
St. comer Third.
PICTURE FRAMES made to order,
all sizes and kinds at Balke'a Big
COME TO US when you want a trunk
roped and hauled. Only 25c. Al
ways on time. Lightning Delivery
and Storage Co.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST A red and white wooly pup
from 4E0 X. Third Ave. Please noti
fy Miss Wise, at the Auditor's office.
LOST On Cave Creek road, two pistol
holsters. Finder please leave at this
office and receive reward.
LOST OR STOLEN A racycle bicy
cle numbered 70,815 with letters "A
R A" cut on back of seat. Finder
please return to Republican office.
LOST A check on Valley Rank signed
by Vernon Clark of the Ostrich
ranch; also 2 books with mining pa
pers, etc. Finder please leave at the
Valley Rank for Charles Harris.
STRAYED. Bay horse; wire cut out
side of left front foot; had on halter,
20 feet of rope and chain attached.
Notify C. M. Scott, Southern Pacific
LOST On Adams street, a gold heart
locket, set with chip diamonds and
engraved with letters W. H. Reward
for return to Western I'nion office.
LOST A iockelbook containing pa
pers belonging to C. B. Delaney.
Please return to Hoffman cigar
LOST Fox terrier, brown ears, F. Re
vare on collar. Finder return to 3i'3
East Monroe, corner Third.
LOST Silk watch fob with gold lock
et. Initials S. H. S. engraved. Re
turn to Valley Bank. Reward.
STABLE AND CORRAL.
THE CONGRESS STAGE meets all
trains. A. P. Miltenberg. Proprietor.
ON CALL HACK S ON CALL
Golden Eagle Stable. Tel. Main 61.
Busses. Ambulance, Llwry.
FOR NICE RIGS, good saddle horses,
and best service call on the Metro
politan Stables, 426 W. Washington
Sit. J. W. Block. Prop. Phone B. 795.
20 acres in orjnge belt, good house,
wMI, etc., two horses, cows, etc.;
$2500 if taken quick.
20 acres nil In alfalfa, fair house,
partly fenced with Page wire fence.
141 N. Center SU next door to P.O.
House lot in Central Place, fine
large corner lot, size 167x345. Price
Fine lot on E. Adams St., 50x137.
3 lots in Brill addition. 100x200
each. Price S370 to S 100 ch.
Real Estate and Rental Agency.
210 W. Wash. St. Phoenix. Ariz.
Phone Blk. 451.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE CHOIC
EST ALFALFA, ORANGE, SUGAR
BEET, FRUIT AND GARDEN LANDS
IN THE VALLEY AND CITY PROP
ERTY. WRITE FOR PRINTED MAT
TER AND FURTHER PARTICU
LARS. H. I. Latham
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
and City Buyers
A big stock of Canned Goods,
Fruits v and Meats, Bacon and
Ham, Just received all fresh
and to be sold at lowest cash
City Delivery. Phone and see.
111-220 W. Washlnfjten St,
Phone 43 .
: ice Creams
t: and Sherbets
T Call at our big popular Ice
X Cream parlor; It Is the coolest
place in the city. We use only
' j the purest and beam ie&ttra
. , the purest and best materials.
All our popular Nut Sundaes
and Egg Drinks 10
it you cant call, phone for
f Ice Cream or Sherbets.
T Ice Creams: Peach, Vanilla,
Strawberry, Chocolate, Plum,
T 50 Ptr mart, 75 per half
S . 1 1 1 . . i as-t o ....n
Tuttl Frutti and Sanichas Su
premus, deliciously flavored,
75 PT 1nrt, S1.2S Pr
4. half gallon. 2.25 per gallon.
Special prices to wholesale
dealers anywhere In Arizona.
i GHAS. J. SANICHAS I
When the evenings are coot
And you boys begin to call
Take her Donofrio's cactus candy
And vau'm lur. to b It ell.
T& Notice !
If you can't write Insurance
for your several companies
without assailing THE PA
CIFIC MUTUAL LIFE, you
had better see tis and try and
get a contract; you will then
have more time to devote to
your work and less use for
your hammer. ,
YOU CAN'T COMPARE, SO
YOU HAVE TO KNOCK.
There Is no other company
In our class. Finding the class
too high, the promoters of oth
er companies passed tl up as
something too good for the
W. T. & W. B. BARR
Tou will be pleased with ma
terial and workmanship of our
mechanics. All work personally
Johnson & Remsboltom
22 N. Second Street, Phone
Black 541. Repair work prompt
ly taken care of.
I I H I I 1 I I H -H-M--K-M-H-H'
Have you any new plumbing
or repairing to do? Come and 4.
see Carl, the Plumber, who
T works good and very ch-ap.
Leave orders at
X 212 East Washington Street.
It : Crystallized Cactus Candy,
That makes the world seem bright.
Then keep a box handy
Of Crystallized Canoy
To keep you feeling right.
And if there is a girl expecting
That you will call tonight.
If you want a kiss that
Is brim full of bliss, get
A package of Crystallized Candy
ANTON GOLD, Prop.
3rd and Washington 8ts.
Hot and Cold Baths free for reg
ular roomers. Nice cool rooms
$7.00 per month and upwards. ,
Summer rates. Come and look
If you want to save time and
water and money, have your
ditches lined with CEMENT or
HYDRAULIC LIME. For par
ticulars apply to
Frenchy, the Cement Man
who also makes Cement Posts.
Box 192. Phone Main 249.
You Must Stop
FOR A COOL ROOM AND
A QUIET NIGHT'S REST
THE WILLIAMS HOUSE
THE HOFFMAN CIGAR
STAND, E. J. DOYLE, PROP.
CIGARS, TOBACCO AND
Corner Broadway oV Center.
Block of 12 lots with city water and
gas piped in street, for $1500, terms
rentmmtlile Tnl r) n fnrwl hnv fur
4- 'speculation. -
Toft Uita In f!initnt Aflrlltfnn for
$400, easy payments, $5 down and $5
per month takes the two lots.
Lot on East Jefferson street close
In for $350, easy payments.
Four nicely furnished rooms with
nice large screen room, city water,
bath, gas and electric lights, silver
ware and linen furnished and water
paid by the landlady, for $25 per
month. Good shade and house in
Furnished and unfurnished rooms
and houses In all parts of the city on
B. G. PECKA
510-512 West Washington St.
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Phone Red 901.
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For Sale or Exchange
1C0 acres Improved land; x
"' plenty water; good fences; fine J
I! young orchard. Price $5000.
EASY TERMS. ;;
Marshall. Kay & Co.
'. '. 9 West Adams St.
mi 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 mi im i n i ! i ii n
il Hill I 111 II r I If 111111?
Brick Brick !
Before letting your contract far
a new building get our figures.
Three lots five blocks from
postoffice on the avenues north
of Washington, for $2150 if
taken this week. Half cash;
time given on remainder.
i. For Sale. 16 acres highly
T Improved land, three quarters T
t of a mile west of Indian school.
I Terms given. Price $S250.
I E. M. SKINNER i!
522 N. First St. Phone, Blk 871 ! '.
t i l l I I 1 I I I 1 1 I I 1 1 M U M-H I !
in ii i hi ii i ii 1 1 n mi i nt
$ Homewood Tract X
:; 2, 5 and 10 Acres
on Easy Terms -
l Dwi&ht B. Heard
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$675 for 5 Acres
The Price of a City Lot
Partly fenced and plowed; ready for
fall crop easy terms.
ELLIOT EVANS CO.
IS I Adams SL
160 acres well Improved land;
fenced and cross fenced; 2 room
house, good water right. Price 1100
2 lots In Hermosa tract, $525; 2
lots In Capitol addition, $525; 1 lot
In Capitol addition, with stone foun
dation costing $150, price $275.
A. R. TAYLOR,
43 W. Adams St.
i CALIFORNIA INCOME
First Class, weil situated
California realty, consisting
of res'dence in Ims Angeles,
an apartment house In Cen
tral California; also fine lots
In good beach town. Any
or all 1 offered In exchange
for Salt River Valley land
or Phoenix city property.
Owner finds it necessary
to reside In Arizona and will
give good trade at cash val
ue for valley property if
priced right. Address with
description and price of your
property, P. O. Box 421.
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MOHN & DRISCOLL
It will pay you to see The Light Bi
cycle, with lialey Non Skid Tires be
fore you buy a bike. Reading, Stand
ard, Light, Curtiss Si Indian Motorcy
cles. .Tires, Sundries and Repairing.
ARIZONA MOTOR CO. .
Phone Red 537. 31 So. 1st Ave.
WANTED To purchase (or will
assist party having good (proposition)
a gold mine that has been suffi
ciently' developed to demonstnte pos
sibilities. Address Charles W." Lord,
'914 Spruce street. Philadelphia, Penn
sylvania. 1 1 I I I II Mil I 1 I I 1 I I 'I I I 11' H-f
Leave orders at Fountain's
Music Store or French's
I Jewelry Store.
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EASTERLING & WHITNEY
IU W. Waahlnftea It,
CLOSE IN PROPERTY
House on north side on car line has
7 rooms and screen room well rented.
TO LET. several houses furnished
My lots are all sold but I have sev
eral nice building lots listed for sale.
Fire Insurance, Real Estate, Surety
85 East Adams Street.
We offer for sale the best
tract of ORANGE LAND in
the valley at a very low price.
Also g'Kd investments in city
and ranch property. Some Al
E. L. King & Go.
IS N. 2nd Ave.
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Per acre for 10 to GO
acres, G miles north-east
Buys six room modern
brick dwelling on North
First St., just finished
Buys well located quarter
I E. J. BENNITT & CO. I
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Orange land, large or small tracts.
Alfalfa land. Improved and raw.
Land for cantaloupe and truck
Houses and lots, any part of city.
MORFORD &. BARR.
4 West Adams St.
We offer the best buy of the
season in a suburban home.
Absolutely the best buy. See
J. L. IRVIN
Real Estate. Insurance, Rentals.
No. 11 North First Ave. X
II I 1 II I II M I I V 1 M 1 1 Hit M'f-
Plan to visit
Yosemite Valley ii
this season. It Is a quick, com- j
f orcable trip, via
I Yosemite Valley f
An Ideal outing In the Sierras
amid the grandeurs of Yosem
ite. Cost reduced to popular
prices. Ample hotel and board
ing camp accommodations.
Write for descriptive folder.
FOR TICKETS AND CONNEC- X
TIONS SEE SOUTHERN PA-
4 CIFIC OR SANTA FE OR AD-
f DRESS 0. W. LEHMER,
f TRAFFIC MANAGER, MER- f
K I I I 11 H"I' M I"l' l"!-H"H M H ;
Frank J. O'Brien
Tucson. Branches In Phoenix
Stocks, Bonds and Produce.
Private Leased Wire to all
R. D. HIGHTOWER, Manager.
Phoenix Office. -Phone
Main 232. 40 N. 1st St
Everthlng First Class
Famous Tort Faust Beer on
JACK GIBSON, Proprietor.
Don t Buy
Real estate until you see us.
the best bargain In a 160 acre
Improved ranch in the valley.
Only 4Vs miles out. Price, $100
we have recommended and
pushed as a special bargain dur
ing the past six months has
been sold, which Is proof posi
tive that we know what a bar
gain is. This is an especially
200 W. Washington St.
Opposite Ford Hotel
Are the two best
brands sold in the
valley. Can be
, purchased on the
South Side of
BIRCHETT BROS., T. J.
PARRY, GOODWIN BROS,
and A. A. CELAYA, Tempe
or any store in Mesa.
Saloon, Pool and Billiards.
Budweiser on draught. Old Crow,
Mayfield and Guckenheimer Rye
Whiskies sold over the bar.
JOHN P. BODET. Prop.
Strangers visiting the city will find
it to their Interest to patronize the
FASHION BARBER SHOP.
Lewis & Noble, Props.
43 West Washington St.
Prickly Heat cured by a course of
our Special Baths.
Expert Masseur in the shop-