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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, JVL.Y li) 1900
WATI&1FL POPQURm Advertisement Running Lmi Than On Pop Dale FOR SALE Elegant, new, high-grade piano, cheap if taken before August 5th. 72 2 West Fllmore St. FOR SALE Lively but gentle burro; ride or drive; good for pack animal. 918 North Third St. FOR SALES Cheap, two good . all round horses and spring wagon and harness. H. M. Mason, R. F. D. No. 2. two miles east of Indian school. FOR SALE-i-One heavy spring wagon, new set of single harness, and lea box. 710 South Third Ave. IF YOU WANT iruii jars, tents, lawn swings, cheap buggies, harness, lawn mowers, saddles, or any good second, hand furniture, see the Phoenix Fur niture Co., 301-302-303 West Wash ington. toK SALE 80 acres fine garden. melon and berry land, under Salt and Maricopa canals; $50 acre. J. L. Irvln. 11 North First Ave. FOR SALE One good work-horse, 9 years old. weight about 1200. Call on S. Habecker, expressman. Center and Washington. FOR SALE A number of fine Jersey and Holstein heifers, soon to be fresh; also cows and heifers with first calf. Call at Wlatfs ranch, 3 miles due west from Six Points, Christy road. 1 FOR SALE 3-year-old driving mare, 5-year-old saddle and driving pony. Ensign stable. FOR SALE-i-One work-horse. Address Box 1115 or call brickyard South Third St. ' FOR SALE Piano, in good condition, cheap. Address "Piano," Box 552. FOR SALE Good, fresh Shorthorn m ilch cow. 410 North Se venth Ave. FOR SALE 5 -room brick, two lots, elegant shade, east front, city water, etc.. on Third Ave., ?1300. Box 505. 1'OR SALE Bees. Address H. L. San derson, route 2, Phoenix. FOR SALE) Creamery plant fully equipped in a good location, health of owner reason for selling, Call upon or write E. C. Woodmansee, Tempe. FOK SALE 3 level lots near Carnegie library park, also some securities paying 7 per cent per annum. W. E. But'er, Benson, Ariz. FOR- SALE 40 acres best beet land, 3i miles southwest Glendale. Snap. N. A. Morford. 4 W. Adams St. FOR SALE 56 acres good land, Utah water. For information call at resi dence Jno. McKenzie, Lehi, Arizona. FOR SALE A new Remington type writer. No. 8, cost J105. Will sell for $85. Arizona Hardware and "Vehicle company. FOR SALE Mines, mining claims, im proved land, raw land, houses and lota. F L. Eddy, Glendale. Sub. 28. OLD PAPERS for sale at thla office. FREIGHT WAGONS for sale. For particulars apply to Wolf Sachs, Mesa. 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. X Bennitt. . 8 Mi INCHES Salt River Valley Canal stock for sale. Dwlght B. Heard. FOR SALE Distillled water. Light ning Delivery. FOR SALE The Oya Lunch Restau rant and Bakery. Address J. J. Maxle. Kelvin, A. T. "or Cent PLEASANT east front room, with connecting screen room, porch; good neighborhood; close in; shady walk to town; no consumptives; very rea sonable. 350 North First Ave. FOR RENT Phoenix Carriage and Paint shops, 108 East Adams St. In quire Phil C. Ensign's Livery Stable. FOR RENT Furnished and unfur nished houses; all sizes, kinds and prices; also houses, lota and ranches for sale. W. K. James, 37 North Center street. FOR RENT 8-room house on Polk St., with barn Grlswold, the Bicycle Man. Halo Wanted WANTED An all round, white cook. J. J. Maxie. Kelvin. Ariz. WANTED Native son of Maricopa county to irrigate on Itoghe's ranch Phone County 26 or call at ranch. WANTED Man to milk and do light work on ranch. W. J. Schorgl Phone County 02. Is pumped at a minimum cost, and need never be short if you have a Stover Gasoline Engine for power. Get our prices PRATT It WANT- Menth Mutt be Paid In Ad v a no. WANTED Good. strong American boy, not afraid to work, with wheel. Call Donofrio-Zunkel Co. WANTED A first-class Japanese cook. Apply Cottage saloon. Pros per Bordonl. WANTED Man and wife, for ranch work; wife to cook; man to do team work. Address Republican, Tempe. WANTED A girl to do general house work. W. J. Kingsbury, Tempe. WANTED At once, first class waiter for chop house, and first class wait ress for cafe. A pply at Gass Bros. .. WANTED Waitress at Hotel Adams cafe. WANTED A woman to assist with housework one day in each week. Phon Red 1154. WANTED Stenographer, Eastern Su gar Co. Phone Co. 2G. MEN to learn barber trade; wages while learning: good situations wait ing our graduates. Moler System College, Los Angeles. 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. vVANTED Toung man, kitchen help er. Adress The Oya Lunch, Kelvin. A. T. Situations Wanted fTrsitlaIss -present employed, desires situation that will pay better salary; can bring references from present employer. Address Stenographer, Tempe, Ariz. AN EXPERIENCED maleYtenograprer and bookkeeper, now employed, would liks a few hours' extra work per day. Address Stenographer. Miscellaneous Wants WANTED By the year, by three adults, small unfurnished brick cot tage, with nice yard and shade, within walking distance of business center of Phoenix. Address, immediately, "Cottage," care Republican, stating location and price. DO NOT FAIL to call up Black 96 if you have furniture for sale. WANTED ;A horse and buggy. Donofrio's confectionery store. Call STOLEN Eldrldge No. 15S950 30-inch frame, from front of Brazos cigar stand, Monday night, 8th inst. ; party now riding It will please return it and receive reward. Curly Rinderle, Ideal Creamery. Phone Mam 141. $4500 to loan, 8 per cent; no commis sion. Address Smith, Republican. WANTED To buy several hundred sacks of barley and oats. Inquire at Palo Alto stables. 50.00 liEWAit L for the arrest aiid conviction qt the party or parties who stole and now hold my pointer ' bitch Queen M. Disappeared from Glendale. Sunday. June 24th. Color black and white and ticked. Had ! on collar marked "Queen M. 3409 L. I Myers."- Lafayette Meyers, Glendale.-! WANTED Second hand runabout, cheap for cash. P. O. box 6, City. WANTED To borrow $20,000 on gilt edge Inside property. Phoenix, Ariz. Five years, 6 per cent. Address P. O. box 301, Phoenix, Ariz. WANTED -To rent, a 4-room, nicely furnished cottage, by the year; only two in family. Clifford Smith, at Republican office. WANTED To rent, small' tract of land, 40 acre3 or less, near Phoenix, for a term of years. Address Repub lican, Tempe, stating particulars. WANTED By the year, a good six room house with bath. No sickness. P. O. Box 116. THE NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE Co. pays its losses In full. N. A. Mor ford, agent. CONSUMPTION The Open Gate San- itorium 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 etherlal oils, charged by high fre quency electrical currents. For ad ditional information, inquire of Miss Bertha Grace Teller, 34 8 North Third Ave. Phcne Red 497, Phoenix. Ariz. MONEY to loan. J. It. W. Jensen. WANTED Sewing to do at home, by an experienced seamstress. Mrs. Whittemorei 406 E. Van Buren. PICTURE Frames made to order, all sizes and kinds at Falke's Big Curio Store. J. L. CANT, realtr agent. Valley resident twentj-two years. Inquiries solicited. ' MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS experi enced car reader, tell? past, present and future. Ladles, 25c; gentlemen. 50 cents. 223 Buchanan St., corner of Third St. - GILBERT CO. 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. Lost and Pound LOST A Battenberg lace handker chief, at Eastlake park. Finder please return to Pacific Gas & Elec tric Co.'s office. STRAYED From 537 East Van Buren, black mare, e?.r mark, wire cut on front foot, age 4 years. Reward, at above address. LOST OR STRAYED From 537 East Van Buren, black mare, weight 1000 pounds. Inform above address. LOST Buckskin pony, white face. W. E. Barry. R. F. D. No. 1- LOS T Old - fashioned gold bracelet. Finder please return to this office and! receive liberal reward. 1 LOST Large brown mule; lame No- tlfy Bert Rinard's corral. LOST Ladies' gold watch chain in 300 block. North Third avenue. Address Kate, Republican. or Sale 3 room tent-house, chicken yard, with 4 lots fenced and put out with young shade trees, all for $350, if tak en at once. 1 lot with two extra good tent houses, good fence around, all for $375. 5 room brick cottage, with bath, gas and electric lights, good location, north side, for $1150. 3 room house with large lot, north side, for $S00. 9 room two-story brick in Capitol J addition, in good condition, for $1750,1 easy payments, $100 down and $25 peri month. I 2 room brick cottage with good shade' and city water for $500. j 3 room br'ck cottage for $750. j 6 room brick and frame cottage fori $600. ' ' I For Rent 6 room brick house in good location, north side, with bath, gas and electric light, for $22.50 by the year. 6 room brick and frame house, close In for $10 per month. Furnished houses and rooms in all parts of the city on application. PECKA BROTHERS Phone Red 901. 512 W. Washington St. Phoenix, Ariz. Specials for Monday and Tuesday A nice assortment of $2.00 water sets for $1.50. S5c berry sets for COc, at THE FAIR 212 E. Washington Street, CHICKEN, Steaks and Chops AT Ford Hotel Bar AND Grill Room PBOPCQSIOfiAi NOTARY PUBLIC. E. E. FASCOE, Notary Public. Convey ancing a specialty. Acknowledgement taken. 110 North Ceater street. CHIROPODY. PAINLES3 removal ot corns or buaions, pricen SO cento 8Mb Primiy urert. Day ot night. All lnstrumentsnterilized.faibleB Barber "hov 43 W Washington Bt., opp Panta Fe office. Telephone Red 962. I.fr.wl..lll. . EHIKLKX BARGAINS Best small buy In the valley, 15 acres of orange land, improved. Good house and well; 4 acres fruit trees, 6 acres alfalfa; bal ance ready for orange trees. $100 per acre. Fine 80 acres, within 1 miles of Fair grounds; all In alfalfa; Maricopa water; private ditch. Bargain if taken at once. 40 acres, close; in Maricopa, wa ter; fine improvements. Cheap If you get here quick. 4 lots on corner of Adams and Eleventh and Twelfth avenues. Two-thirds value. See us if you i want to buy or sell. Wanted, a few good houses to sell or rent. M II. I. Latham & Go REAL ESTATE Fire, Accident and Plate Glass Insurance and Surety Bonds. MONEY TO LOAN 44 North Canter Street. 'Fhoni Main 220. Mtraa $1.00 opens an account with us, and we pay 4 per cent interest on term de posits. Start today. THE HOME SAVINGS BANK & TRUST COMPANY Between Hotel Adams and Poatoffica Phoenix. Arizona. Timely Hints Plant the following in your gar den now: Beets, Beans, Carrots, Corn, Cress, Cucumbers, Endive, Lettuce, Mus tard, Onions, Parsley. Parsnip, Peas, Pumpkin, Radish, Spinach, Turnips. HilPs Seed House v 22 W. Jefferson TEMPE ADVERTISEMENTS. JUST RECEIVED A large shipment of Premium Talking Machines and Records. New York Gash Store, Tempe CHASE & SANBORN'S AND TEAS. COFFEES The World Produces Nothing Better. 25c, 40c AND 45c PER PACKAGE. GOODWIN BROS. Tempe Sole Agents. CALLA-DALE POULTRY FARM Headquarters for leading breeds. Standard bred Poul try Stock and Eggs for sale. C. W. ALEXANDER, Tempe, Ariz. MESA ADVERTISEMENTS. Money to Loan TO LOAW YOU on South Side Real Estate Amounts and Time to Suit Apply P0MER0Y & KELLY, Real Estate and Loan Agents MESA CITY, ARIZ. i 4 1 v r .3 in bank SOUTH SIDE NEWS , TEMPE Frank W. Griffon - Pomaroy Bros. MESA TEMPE ADVERTISEMENTS. New Batistes Just a few pieces; light and dark colorings 12'C yard New Neckwear Ladies' Club Ties and Windsors, all the new effects plaids, checks and plain colors 25c and 35c each New Belts Wash Belts, embroidered 15o and 25c New Tucked and Embroidered Duck Belts 15c and 35c CITY OF TEMPE GEACH S1 GEACH COME IN GET THE CORRECT TIMEIT 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. Manner's Drug Store FURNITURE A carload lot just received from the east. COME IN AND GET PRICES. PRICE WICKUFFE, Prop. Tempe, Arizonca. Tempe' Great Summer Offerings IN MEN'S SUITS AND PANTS. As we don't want to carry over any clothing, we will offer the fol lowing bargains: one lint- of Grey and Blue Cheviots, three-piece suits, regular price $6.5n. This sale $3.90 All of our $S.OO and $8.50 In grey, blue and black this sale.. $5.60 All of our $10 and $12.50 suits, in Cheviots and Worsteds, including blue and black serges, also black unfinished worsted. This sale $635 We will give one-third oiT on all of our two-piece suits. 25 per cent off on all of our pants none excepted. W. LUEC1N Phone M 284. 33Z Our Eastern Trip A member of our firm will leave for the cast shortly for the purpose of buying a large stock cf goods for our fall and winter trade. In order to have as much cash on hand as possible to meet the expenses of our new purchases, we propose to give our customers some wonderfully REDUCED PRICES FOR A FEW DAYS. Call at our store for particulars. HYDER BROS., Tempe "Leaders In Quality." TEMPE BEET HARVEST BEGINS. Every Available Team Will Be in Use! for Some Weeks. j Th re will be work on the south i side beginning Saturday or the first of the week for every available team here j ns well as drivers. Colonel Price, south! side representative or tne eastern Sugar company, announces that the sugar factory will be ready next week for business and as it is desired that a; good amount of beets be on hand be fore the factory is started, an order has been issued by the company call ing for first 6000 tons and then, later it was aoded that all the beets that can be shipped will be taken. The work here will probably commence on a small scale the latter part of this week, but will be on in earnest from the first of nei:t week until the crop is gathered. From all appearances, it will be a large one and beet growers for some days past have been devoting their spare t'me to the building of suitable wagons for the hauling of the product. Thanks to the railroads, sev eral switches have been built in good location which will save the growers considerable time and expense. P.eets will be loaded here at the Sachs ranch or the Tempe pumping plant siding, at Mesa, at Petersen and at the new switch, Helena, south of Petersen. The hauling will be done by the individual growers in mo-t cases but several parties here arc arranging to rig up six horse teams and make a business of it during the season at so much per ton. As yet there is no means of ap proximating the size or value of the crop but it bids fair to be a la:ge one in every instance. ANOTHER GRAIN FIRE. Another grain fire was narrowly j averted on the Yae-ger ranch yesterday j morning, in a hundred acre field of j grain which belongs to Chas. Holts. ' About 3 o'clock, just as the cook of the heading outfit was getting up to prepare breakfast, fire was noticed near the center of the field. Fortu- ! nately the early morning dampness and the lack of wind prevented the fire from making much headway. A d'tch full of water was running close by and with the aid of buckets and sacks, the' fire was extinguished before but little of the grain had been buined. As this is the third time fire has started in Mr. Holts' f'eld this season and as ft u 3-C s Finest. st Fifth St. 3 EG each time it has happened when there was no possibility of !t being1 started accidentally, there is every reason to think that some person of evil intent and incendiary ideas has been the cause of it. NEW SHOW CASES. The firm of Geach & Geach yes terday received from Quincy, Ills., a twelve foot floor show case for millin ery purposes. The case is a beauty and is the best that money could buy. The firm has been figuring on new cases since moving here and had an order placed with a San Francisco tirm when the earthquake and fire destroyed the factory, necessitating the placing of the order elsewhere and consequent delay. Another notion case has been ordered but as it had to be made to o:der, will be some two weeks later in arriving. THE RIVER UP. A slight rise in the river was appar ent here yesterday and at the bridge the wat( r came up several inches. The Tempe canal carried three additional heads of water yesterday and those who will get the benefit are corres pondingly joyful. Superintendent Crook yesterday commenced cleaning the western branch with a small force of ! men. PERSONAL MENTION. "VVin. Strong returned yesterday from McCabe, where he was called bv the illness of Mrs. Strong. While not yet well, she Is somewhat improved. A. W. Lamson and Jas. Power of Mesa, were here yesterday afternoon taking In the sights and incidentally placed a few orders for vegetables with which they are now supplying a good part of the local demand. Bert Robbins and three sisters left yesterday afternoon for Payson, where! the rest of the summer will be spent. T. K. Irvine was a business visitor here yesterday. There will be an important meeting of the Rebekahs tonight at which a full attendance of the members is desired. Elmer Redden left yesterday after noon for a week's visit in Prescott. G. V. Angulo, a Yuma butcher, was here yesterday looking up a shipment of cattle. A family living at the old Alexander place, north of the Hayden house had an exciting experience riMght before tl"u ,1JU lne man or "e house 'S GA SH STORE 23 Eft I,, ue moie nasty in removing mous little book. "The Road to Well his Winchester from the scabbard, ajville." justifiable killing would doubtless hava occurred. As it happened, the second man concerned managed to escape. A telegram was received here yester day from Ed Carr announcing hi mar riage to Miss Margaret Ward the day before in Vallejo Cal. Mr. and Mr. Carr will return to Tempe the latter part of this week. o - There Is more Catarrh m this section of the country than all other disease put together .and until the last few yeanwu supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced It a. local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with lo cal treatment, pronounced It incurables Science has proven catarrh to be a con stitutional disease and therefore, require constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh wure, manuigcturea Dy r . J. Cheney Jk Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitu tional cure on the market, ft is taken internally in doses from 10 drop o teaspoonful. It acts directly on the tlooi and mucous surfaces of the system. Thr effer one hundred dollars for any case it falls to cure. Send for circulars and te tlmr.nials. Address: F. J. CHENEY CO, , . . . Toledo. Ohio. Sold by Drug-eists. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for Constipa tion. MESA L. V. Guthrie has one acre of toma toes on Church street between Sirri.-ie and Center street which is a credit to any country. For some time he has been averaging about fifteen crates pT day. Yesterday on a big order he gathered thirty two crates. They are as fine as can be grown in any coun try. A. A. Walsworth of Tempe was is in town today. Tom Watklns is wearing an unusual ly broad smile today, a little UA who weighs about nine pounds appar ea at his home yesterday and mani fested so strong a disposition to remain that Tom decided to keep him to help gather canteloupes a few years hence. O. S. Stapley today turned over to the house committee of the ChamU-r oi Commerce, a lot of apples grown on his place in town. They are as fine as can be grown In any clime and will bt prepared for the territorial fair. o SEWING MACHINES FOR RENT by week or month, at low rates. Th Singer Is acknowledged the lightest -running and most convenient of any. Try one and be convinced. Only at the Sipger store. Look for the Red S. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 31 Wet Adams St., Phoenix, Ariz. Elizabeth Lefevre, a Vassar gradu ate, especially strong In English, math ematics, and history, wishes to s-vur a position in Arizona. Inquire of Fik Teachers' Agency, Los Angeles. CaL A NEW KIND OF LENS. U Promises a Cheapening cf Astronomic Work. Its A Hungarian chemist is reported to have succeeded In producing optical lenses by a simple and cheap process, quite as good and serviceable as the best massive glass lenses used at pres ent. They can be manufactured of a size three times as big as the largest homogeneous glass lens heretofore made. The importance of this invention in the field of astronomy is obvious. The , largest glass lens heretofore manu factured out of massive glass for as jtionomical purpses ha a diameter of I about 4.92 feet and required several ; years to make, its price reaching more ,than $100,000. Such a lens can be man ufactured br the new process. It U said, in a few weeks, at a cost of J Ovo or 3.000 marks. The price of a glass lens of the bst I German manufacture with a diameter I of 9.84 inches is now about 7.000 marks, j while the price of a similar lens mad- uy tne new process is about 150 mark. Lenses of smaller diameter for pho tographic purposes. opera glasses, reading glasses, etc.. can be produced at correspondingly smaller cost. The new lens consists of a fluid sub stance inclosed between two unusu ally hard glass surfaces, similar to watch crystals, in which the refractive power and other characteristic prop erties are so chosen that the glass sur faces not only serve to hold the fluid, but also combine with the fluid to over come such defects as are scarcely to be avoided in the ordinary lens. It is for this reason a'.so that the lens U achromat!c. The fluid contained in the lens 1 hermetically closed so that no air can enter and exercise a damaging effect. The fluid does not evaporate and its composition is such that Us properties are not effected b;- time or by tem perature. The coefficient of expansion both of the glass and of the fluid is approximately the same between the temperatures of ir degrees of cold and 60 degrees of heat. Another advantage claimed for the new lens Is that on account of the fact that the fluid ia n t dense and the glass crystals are thin, the whole lens combination throuKh which the light must penetrate is very slight. These fluid lenses are already being manufactured in Austria. From the Springfield Republican. o 'TEED UP" Is the Way to Make Old Men Young. One of the most remarkable evi dences of the power of proper food is found in the following Interesting story by a Canadian: "I am now VI years of age and have been ailing more or less ever since I was 16 years old. part of the time an invalid suffering with stomach and bowel troubles. "About two years ago. having learned of the good Grape-Xuts food was doing for some friends of ours. I resolved to try it myself and I imme diately found help more vigor and power of endurance. "That summer the heat did not af fect me as it did before I used Grap Nuts and after about four months' con stant use I began to realize what it was to be well and found my bowels adjusting themselves so that now I am free from the old troubles. I had long despaired of such results and can safely say I am enjoying better health today than for many years past, for this wonderful food has literally made a new man of me." Name givrn by Postum Co.. Battle Creek. Mich. There is nothing wonderful about it. only sound, scientific reason that anv- one can prove by trial. L0ok In pkgs. for a copy of the tlL.