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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1900 J I t i i r i I : : .-rtWiUmmxn. PRATT-GILBERT CO. At POPULAR I 71' l"fr Advertisements Running Less Than On Pop Gala AUCTION, SATURDAY, at our sales rooms, 23 South First Ave. A gen eral line of household goods, horses, buggies, carts, harness, saddles and guns. List your stock. Send in all you wish sold. W. D. Hammond, auc tioneer. Telephone Red 411. FOR SALE SO acres land. 2t miles southwest of Glendale; good wind mill, well, house and few outbuild ings, at $55 per acre. Apply to F. L. .! Eddy, Glendale. FOR SALE 14 milch cows. William Creighton, ZV miles northeast of '; Phoenix. I FOR SALE A neat cottage at Iron S Springs; or will rent for the season. L. J. Rice, Union Bank. manager Trust Dept. FOR SALE An 8-room brick, strictly modern and complete; plenty shade; 5 on car line; east front; close in; I $5500. L. J. Rice, manager Trust Dept. Union Bank. FOR RENT Modern 6-room brick, in fashionable location; furnished; at nominal rent for the summer. L. J. Rice, manager Trust Dept. Union Bank. FOR SALE 5-acre lots, close to car line; finest soil; $1000 each. L. J. Rice, manager Trust Dept. Union Bank. FOR SALE Pony, 4 years old; large bay mare, 11 or 12 years old. H. F. Poison, B. F. D. No. 3. FOR SALE Peerless Talking machine and 33 records, very cheap. Call at once. 24 South 13th Ave. FOR SALE A. Bustrin -Six-gallon milk cow. R. F. D. No. 4. II. FOR SALIC Gentle pony, bridle. 718 West Taylor. saddle and FOR SALE Mines, mining claims, im proved land, raw land, houses and lots. F. L. Eddy. Glendale. Sub. 28. FOR SALE At 425 North First St., some first-class furniture, at private sale; will sell at way down prices. Call after 5:30 p. m. W. W. Moore. FOR SALE Plums, two miles out on Grand Ave. A. L. Andrews. OLD-PAPERS-for saleat this office. PUBLIC SALE On Wednesday July 11th, commencing at 10 a. m., Mr. George J. Trowbridge will sell at his home place 25 head horses and mules 26 head dairy cow3 and young cat tle, hogs, general line of farm imple ments, chickens, turkeys, household goods, etc. This is a bona fid sale as he has Fold his farm and is going to leave the valley. A credit of six months will be given. S. G. Rogers, Auctioneer. Phones, Sub. 74, City, Main 164 FOR SALE To go at a sacrifice, horse, - buggy and harness. Owner leaving for east Monday night. Inquire 1052 W. Polk St. FOR SALE (i-rooin brick house, nice porches, north front, on Jefferson St., $C00. Address Box 505. Phoenix. FOR SALE The oldest and best lo- ' cated lumber yard in Bisbee. Ariz., the owner leaving the territory. FOR SALE Span 1000-lb. good driv ing or work horses. $150. Ensign's stable. BIG MULE for Rinard's stable. sale, cheap. Bert FOR SALE Sixty acres on Yuma road at Fowler school house. Right price i If taken at once. Inquire E. Wor- I cester, 11 South First Ave. ? FR E I G I IT WAG O N S for sale. For i particulars apply to Wolf Sachs, Mesa. I FOR SALE A cart, span work hordes. Call Ensign's stable, First and Adams Sts FOR SALE !) f.rst-clasa dairy cows and 15 calves; also 150 chickens. C. M. Bauin, two miles north of Five Points. FOR SALE 160 acres or more, alfalfa and clover pasture with plenty of good water and shade. Privilege of using 480 acres more. Fenced and cross fenced. 160 acres fenced with . hog wire. A very desirable place for cattle, hogs and sheep. E. J. Bennitt. 8 '.a INCHES Salt River Valley Canal stock for sale. Dvvight B. Heard. FOR SALE Distillled ning Delivery. water. Light- FOR SALE The Oya Lunch Restau rant and Bakery. Address J. J. Maxle Kelvin. A. T. FOR SALE House and lot Iron Springs. Call at 338 N. 9th Ave. Pop Cent OR RENT Seven room brick, fur nished for two families, will rent half or all, very cheap; cool and good lo cation. App'y 526 W. Washington. FOR RENT Furnished and unfur nished houses; all sizes, kinds and prices; also houses, lots and ranches for sale. w. K. James. 37 North Center strtet - 1 . jiii,., j, , j , liiwtiiiJW.WLHi4Jl,l f I HOI WEKTS- If you would enjoy the hot weather, get a nice rig get a rig guaranteed to stand the heat without damage get it from people who live up to their guarantee then you will buy one of our specially "Arizona-seasoned" Runabouts or Buggies. m m WAMT t t ! '! I- ! xr Month Must be Paid In Advano. FOR RENT Two large, connected, un furnished rooms, suitable for house keeping. Inquire Hinson's Barbecue. FURNISHED ROOMS, with house keeping privilege. Union Hotel. FOR RENT 8-room house on Polk St.. with barn. Grlswold, the Bicycle Man. Hq1d Wanted WANTED White cook, at mining camp; good job; small crew; $50 per month. Apply J. C. Reed, Wicken burg, Arizona. WANTED At once, first-class dish washer, at $8.75 per week and board. Apply at Gass Bros.' Cafe, 11 West Washington St. WANTED At once, two first -class waitresses; $7 per week and board. Apply at Gass Bros.' Cafe. 11 West Washington St. WANTED Barber, Ave. at 11 South First MEN to learn barber trade; wages while learning; good situations wait ing our graduates. Moler System College, Los Angeles. ENGINEER wanted at Indian school; needed at once. Apply at Indian school. WANTED Experienced aiteration hands for our ready-to-wear depart ment. Good pay and steady position for the right woman. Apply at the New York Store. WANTED One dining room girl, American Kitchen. at SALESLADY wanted. Apply Stein's. WANTED A woman to cook for three men and care for one room, $25 per month, with board and room. Ad dress P. B., this office. THE GOSART PLUMBING CO a tinner. wants WANTED Young man. kitchen help- cr. Adross The Oya Lunch, Kelvin, A. T. Situations Wanted WANTED Position by male stenog rapher; expedience in various lines; references. Address Bookkeeper, this office. Miscellaneous Wants TO LOAN Money, on real estate and personal security. Insurance in com panies which pay losses in full. L. J. Rice, manager Trust Dept. Union Bank. PUPILS to take a term in Excelsior Garment Drafting School; $15 term for $5. 603 North First St. STOCK companies incorporated. If you have stocks or bonds for sale, let me try to sell them for you. 'George M. Kellogg. Broker, 540 Ellicott Square. Buffalo. WANTED Nicely furnished,. cool room, with screen porch, by healthy gent; close in. Address H. G., this office. WANTED Companion for camping trip to Nevada. Address quickly, A. D. Z.. Republican. I WANT TO RENT 10 to 40 acres, two to four miles north or east of town, for two or three years. Address P. O. Box 201, Phoenix. 100 CENTS on the dollar of lire insur ance losses paid by the New Zealand Insurance Co. Other companies pro :ose to pay 75 cents on the dollar. Have you a doubt remaining as to where to insure your buildings. N. A. Moiford, Agent New Zealand In surance Co. 4 w. Adams St. CONSUMPTION The Open Gate San itoiium on tent plan. Oceana, San Luis Obispo county. California. Even climate. Delightfully cool and re freshing all summer. Bacillus over come by most advanced of all known methods. Inhalations of ozone and etherial oils, charged by high fre quency electrical currents. For ad ditional information, inquire of Miss Bertha Grace Teller, 348 North Third Ave. Phone Red 497. Phoenix. Ariz. WANTED Pasture for a horse. Ad dress, S. P., Republican. WANTED Several copies or the Ari zona Republican of June 3rd, at tins oiTice. MONEY TO LOAN E. A. Kpaulding, No. 7 W. Adams St. WANTED Copies of the Arizona re publican of January 2nd, 1!Ri6, at this office. MULES WANTED 2 span from 5 to 7 years old, weight 1200 or up; 1 span H00 or 950; lively driving team, from 5 to 7 years old; all must be frentle and no blemishes. Brins? mules to Ambrose Corral, July 0. 1900. J. W. Ambrose. ALFALFA and barley mile southeast park. Ranch, R, F. p. No. , pasture, half (J. W. Smith KiGS is WANTED I want to figure with you on drilling your wells and installing your pumping plants large or small. N. L. CARPENTER, with PRATT-GILBERT CO. MONEY to loan. J. H. W. Jensen. WANTED Sewing to do at home, by an experienced seamstress. Mrs. Whittemore, 40G E. Van Buren. J. L. CANT, realty agent. Valley resident twenty-two years. Inquiries solicited. MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS experi enced car'' reader, tells past, present and future. Ladies, 25c; gentlemen. 60 cents. 223 Buchanan St.. corner of Third St. PICTURE Frames made to order, all sizes and kinds at Balke's Big Curio Store. Lost and Pound FOUND Handkerchief. Call at gen eral delivery postoftlce window and prove property. LOST Pocketbook. containing papers valuable to the owner only. Finder please return to this office and re ceive reward. LOST Buckskin pony, white face. W. E. Barry. R. V. 1). No. 1. LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN Sat-i urday, a dark brown mare, unbrand- ed; has sink in top of neck anil shoulder scars. Finder will be re-i warded by bringing to Bronco Cor ral, Five Points. CAME to my ranch, larse bay driving horse, shod; white hind feet, while strip in face, foreton clipped. C. M. Etter, four miles east McDowell road. Phone Black 52. Senorita, pretty pronto, I a-work-a on da Tonto, Get a-pay and spend a peso (If I don't, I don't a-say so), Buy-a you, Querido mio, Cactus Sweets from Donofrio. ORDINANCE NO. 3S3. An Ordinance Fixing Saloon Licenses. The Common Council of Phoenix do ordain as follows: Sec. 1. Section C of ordinance Nc. 305 is hereby amended so as to read: "Every wholesale dealer of spirituous, vinous or malt liquors shall pay a quar terly license tax of $50. 00." See. 2. Section 7 of Ordinance No. 305 is hereby amended so as to read: "Every retail dealer of spirituous, vinous or malt liquors shall pay a quar terly license of $250.00." Sec. 3. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with the provi sions of this ordinance are hereby re pealed. Sec. 4. This ordinance shall take ef fect and be in force from and after trio 31st day of July, 1'JOG. Passed by the Common Council of the City of Phoenix, this second day of July. A. D. K06. Approved this second day of July, 1906. L. W. COGG1NS. Attest: Mayor. C. W. BARXETT. City Recorder pro tern. You Must tStop for a cool room and quiet nights rest... The Williams House, Maricopa, Arizona. i E3 AT THE FAIR. The Greatest Variety and Lowest Prices 212 E. Washington Street, 15 '1 U .mMWWW SNAPS The best 80 acres in the valley, 50 acres in alfalfa, 30 in grain. Appropriators' water. Plenty of shade and grass. Small house. Price less than $55 per acre. 40 acres, close In, nil in alfalfa; good house; good well and pump. Maricopa water. Can be had at a bargain for a few days. 5-room brick house; electric lights, etc., Price $1600. nee shade, close in. H. I. Lata & Co REAL ESTATE Fire, Accident and Plate Glass Insurance and Surety Bonds. MONEY TO LOAN 44 North Center Street. 'Phone Main 220. 6 lots on the Tempo road for $000. This is a snap for the party that wishes a suburban home, cr. for investment. These lots will not stand long at that price. lots in the Grand Avenue Addition at $40 per lot if taken at once. Price subject to change without notice. These lots are near the Fair grounds and close to the electric car line. 10 lots in Collins Addition at $40 per lot. 3 rooms, close i housekeeping; $1 n. furnished for 2.50 per month; ight city water furnished. 3 rooms, close in, on West Washing ton street, unfurnished, for 510 per month. 4-room brick cottage, close in, with bath, for $12.50 per month. 4-room furnish, brick cottage, in good location, for $1S per month. "-room two-story house, with all modern improvements, furnished com plete, with piano and organ, all for $20 per month. No sick need apply. PECKA BROTHERS Pho.na Red 901. 512 W. Washington SU Phoenix. Ariz. FOR YOUR BUSINESS SAKE TALK with TODD Reaubllca.il office. 11 to II il m. dally TEMPE ADVERTISEMENTS. CHASE & SANBORN'S AND TEAS. COFFEES The World Produces Nothing Better. 25c, 40c AND 45c PER PACKAGE. GOODWIN BROS. Tempc Sole Agents. CALLA-DALE POULTRY FARM Headquarters for leading breeds. Standard bred Poul try Stock and Eggs for sale. C. W. ALEXANDER, Tempe, Arir. JUST RECCIVED A large shipment of Premium Talking Machines and Records. New York Cash Store, Tempe MESA ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR SALE at Mca City, Arizona, a milk route, complete; no competition. Big money for a live man. CO high test cows, 2 Guernsey bulls, wagon, separator, refrigerator, churn, etc. Money to Loan ou south fide real estate, on hand. Apply JoO.000 P0MER0Y & KELLY, Real Estate and Loan Agents MESA CITY, ARIZ. rli For Sals For Rent tr SOUTH SIDE NEWS TEMPE FrasK W. GrllTen - Pouaeror Eros. MESA Bra samp yspa ?r grrr; TEMPE ADVERTISEMENTS. 4 X DRY GOODS a ; MILLINERY Q00ncr COMC IN GCT THE CORRECT TIME-IT COSTS YOU NOTHING We Lead Others followed LAIRD & DiNES, - - - - Tempe WE LEAD IN THE DRUG BUSINESS IN TEMPE. WE TREAT YOU RIGHT That is the reason our trade is increasing every month. Yours to please. 'Mariner's Uriag Store as FU 1 A Carload just Received From Chicago. 'e Will Quote You Phoenix Prices. Some Extraordinary Offers ir Second-Hand Furniture. PRICE. WICKLIFFE., Prop. Tempe, "Tempe's Hot Weather Specials All of our 75c and $r.oo Golf Shirts go this week for 50c. All of our $1.50 and $1.75 Goif Shirts this week 95c 17. LU KIN'S GAS Phone M 284. REMEMBER! We Do Cleaning and Pressing , . Prices Reasonable HYDER BROS., Tempe "Leaders in Quality." TEMPE A QUET FOURTH. Little Out of the Ordinary Doing Tempe Yesterday. Fourth of July was one of the quietest days Tempe has experienced in a long time. Not that the spirit of patriotism w;k- at all laikiurr. for plenty of powder was burned by young Amer- GEACHT& GEACH PROPS r4 TU Arizona. J Finest." H STORE 28 East Fifth St. r' ' --irriit ittii : - - - ' ica, and some of the business houses in town made a. slisht attempt at dec- ! oration, but there was nothing to do. i -No particular celebration hau. been ar- rlicnlar cflelir.l t ion tia.l been ;ir- rang' d and by most of the resident I he day vas quietly ppent at home or on picnics. The M. I. ran a special tr.i.n to fliocnix ni the evening on ac- count of the par! tinned at a hit patronized it. iheate r. our and which re ;i number BUT ONE ARREST. universal quiet of the day was The emphasized by the exceptional gxvl behavior of those who on tha one Cay in the year, like the Fourth, are apt to indulge too freely In liquid refresh ments. Constable Sigula is absent in Florence, but Marshal Brown was on the street all day. His services, how ever, were scarcely needed. for but one man came under his observation who required care. He quickly arranged, for bail and was released upon the prom ise that he would at once leave town. A REFRESHING SHOWER. A heavy sandstorm occurred here Tuesday evening with but a sprink ling of rain. Last night the perform ance was repeated With a slight Narra tion in that a littie more rain feii: just enough to settle the dust but for a, itime the farmers were alarmed It a I heavy rain would do thousands of dol j lars worth of damage. A it hap pened, just enough fell to rfrea things and do no harm to cr--i s. WILL COME BACK. Word has been received lier frn Harry Lund, who spent the wl::ter h. .- and returned several week! a.- to hla home in Chicago, to th- effect ti.at he is feeling well their. Thnui;h him it was learned that Proctor K'.jie. h went as far as 'liica?i with h:m the return trip and 1 oin ther to Ma home in Cincinnati. .. was not feel ing as well and his doctors had ad vised him to return to Arizona. H will arrive in FlaKstaff the mii.1V if this month, will spend the urr.mT there and com to Temp strain ;n th fail. A WORD TO SUBSCRIBERS. Every subscriber of The Republican who takes the paper through the Tem pe department, who is more than a couple of months in arrears on the sub scription already, has i,r win ia a few days receive a statement of the ac count. It becomes necessary to culler-1 these accounts up as closely as possi ble this month, and for that reason the writer would appreciate it if each sub scriber who is behind in his accour.t would make an effort to pay up. Kor months past this department has been constantly keeping th public at larse well informed as to the era of pros perity the south side is now en joy inc. and the manager of this dt partmcnt would like to ee a pract.cal demon stration of this rop"rous conditio;;. F. W. GR1FFEN. A HUNTING PARTY. Messrs. Wilbur Peck. Wills and V.tl brlght. spent the Fourth in a win deavor to eiaughter game south of town. They were out just ion- r:i"Lt:i to get the full benefit that is to te de rived from an Arizona sand storm, fal lowed by a heavy shower. LEAVING FOR THE SPRINGS. Mr. V. Stewart, two d.iuht.r a::.J two youngest sons. aceompr.i I by Miss Vera Buck, win leave t-!ay 1t Iron Springs where a outage h., t-"a secured for the summer. IN FLORENCE. J. IJ. McNeil wer.t to Kl . r-r:- i yesterday's train for a brief i..t wih his sister. He exi-ects U return t- dav. Watermelons, sweet and juicy, for sale at 40 cents per 1"'0 lbs., at t.1. J. K. McClaiu ranch, two miles west of town. 1000 cords mesquite wood La ;-o.rd lots and up, $3.25. delHcred. I.: jui.-e i2 South Center. Tire Wonder. GriswuU. Bicvi Mir t'l.oice Ilarbeeued Mats at Hi;.' Barbecued Market, 2j Vet JefIeroa. CLEVER MONKEYS. A wealth of quaint knowledge f monkeys appears In Kr:iest Iiiiterso.i s new book. The Life o? Mj.ir.ni a is. pub lished recently by the Matnuiln com pany. The Malayan pU-ta:ied rr.j-- I aque. he tells us. has b-en Uusht f.r centuries in the Kast Indies to cl.:rib trees and throw down riie rK-.tnut. avoiding green on-s. Tt.- litti". graceful, grimacing rilawa. r t'.". net niacaque of Ceylon." says Teniieut. "is the universal pet and faorite of bth natives and Kuropeans. Tasi-.il tvi jurours teach it to dance, and carry it from village to village, cljd ir: grotesque dress, to exh.bn its ! i r-; y performances." of the rare i: e macaque of I'pper Burma, which !- black, and has a great horsesh'-e-!njp-ed mane about its head and sh.-ulle:. a specimen named Sally Iivd In the London "Zoo" in lt and showed ex traordinary cleverness. She w upright with little effort, and carried things thus, and would dr.nk ou: of bottle or snu-ke a pi;e relics of her education n shipboard- The dr:.! flesh and bones a hinese macaque forms a material f.r medicine; and the Chinese of Formosa inariab!y chop the tails of the sin!- Korn;..-sr species, because, as they explain, it i an insulting caricatui- f th:r roe tine of th'ir ud boks inform u readers that th- macaque has no to;7i ach. ' but digests its fd by j:nq:i; about and so shaking it ur u-.iil it is absorbed by the system. The mon key which appears so numeru!y Li Japanese bronzes and pictures la a macaque peculiar to Nippon, where i: ranges farther north tlun any i.'nr monkey know n, and is careless of c!-i and snow. NEW VERSION OF OLD JOKE. An exchange musters up the ijri;-' to nrint this story: She was from Boston, he frv-.! Ok lahoma. "You have traveled a k -l deal in the west, have vol not. M:- Deacon?" ' h. yes. indeed in "a.. fornia an. I Arizona and even in Nrw .Mexieo." "Iid you ever see the I'her okee strip?" There w us a iii-f-il silence, but finally she locked oer h-r glasses at him and said: "In u f.r-t place sir. I deem your question exi--l-ingly rude; in the second. y.a :v:g :i have been more refined in your lan guage by asking me if 1 had ever s " the Cherokee disrobe." o HISTORICAL GREAT DAYS. Six hundred and nin-tv-or.e ; j aco June 15. 1215. obsertes the Mu"- j hall Oklahoma Enterprise. "King J. .hi: t! xjaKnd fharta. Ju:i- 1. j him;, flag day. the sen.it- pas.d the , stnleho.i.l bill. June 15 It wer-t through th- house. June i)ug been signed by " Speaker i'ji.iw i Ai..i Senator Kean. acting president ( tne senate. President Roosevelt toad-- it ef fect lc by signing it at 3:'-'J in ihi afterp'jon."