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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1OO0
mile In the field to catch out "horse, hitched him up and hurried down to the station at Tempo and after waltlhg around there for about, three hours, they told me the boys wouldn't get In until late in the afternoon. I -was that angry. Maggie, that I went home aad stayed there all day and never came down to see the soldier boys' train come In." What a disappointment that must have been for "Willie," or is his nama "Charlie?" GENERAL HOUSE CLEANING. Company C was cleaning house yes terday in earnest. In the vacant lot in front of the armory could be seen blankets hanging to get the mud, grease and what not off them- There were several tents pitched out in the field also to get the mud washed off r BE SURCHND We Never Sleep .V S V FOR SALE Four 10-acre and two 20-ncre tracts, close In, alv a bargain. All of the above In the highest state of cultivation, with unexcelled Irrigation wa ter privileges. WORK THE HO EC Bickmore's Oall Cure will cure collar or saddle galls on tho horse while he la being worked; chafes, bruises, cuts, mud scalds, scratches, grease heel, rope burn, or any minor sore or wound upon horses or cattle. Gives immediate te lief and a Quick cure for cracked, sore teata in cows, and for mange In dogs. Prices, 25c and 50c per box. HlI1'HfM t Advertisements Bunnlng Lmi T)ih On Pop Dnlo I i iU-U' SALE Monday. August 20, at M.30 a. ni. I. tho undersigned, v. ill sell without reserve by bid or n it. my 55-acre ranch, horses, cat poultry, farm machinery, har :..'ss, household goods, etc. All 14 list-class conmuon. lime wm ie 1 riven on sums over 2'i, 2 per cent j discount for cash. Bona fide sale, rain "or shine, as I am leaving1 the valley. Lunch at noon. Oeo. M. j Tiffany. Owner. V. D. Hammond, ..f Phot-nix. Auctioneer. ATOTION Saturday, 1:30 p. m., at the Hammond auction house. 23 Souh First Ave., household goods, buggies, harness, horses and poultry. Bend in your goods now. List your stpck. Tel. Red 411. Hammond, auctioneer. l"i ll SALE Four horses, on wagon, j one mower, one rake, one tent house j cheap, road. R. II. Fields. Cave Creek Fi R SALE Peaches for canning, 4 cents; grapes for jelly, 2 cents; de livered in not less than 23 pound lots. Going fast. Order quick. Sub urban 44. P. O. Mumma. FOR SALE A well improved 160 acre farm on the south side; nice new houe and out buildings, stock and machinery. A bargain. Inquire H. Riddel, 17 North First avenue. Ft R SALE 10 acres. J2S00. Easy terms. H. L. Sanderson. Phoenix. F R SALE 4-room brick house .with frame kitchen, nice shade and lawn, on north side of town, close In, east front. E. E. Pascoe, 110 North Cen ter street. R SALE OR RENT 4S0 acre ranch nearly all alfalfa, good watir, splen did cattle proposition; big corral. In quire Theron Hill, Arlington. Fur SALE 120 acres sugar beet land, near Glondale, $2500; 40 acres at tlfioii; 40 acres at J1S00; 40 acres at $2'i'0; water with all. Will double In value within a year. N. A. Mor ford. 4 West Adams street. FR SALE Fifty acres alfalfa, JS0.00 per acre. E. E. Pascoe, .110 North 'enter street. F R SALE 700 eight-toot cedar posts. Chamberlain- Lumber Co. 1 R SALE Pure bred stock, Holstein bulls, Berkshire boars, rose comb White Wyandotte cockerels. Stanley Howard, R. F. D. 4. 40 ACRES. 3 miles from Glendale. for $-.r an acre. See Greene & Griffin. FOR SALE First-class restaurant, in good location. Mrs. G. E. Saffell, Tern pe. Foil SALE 173 acres, with Tempe water; all in alfalfa; 4 miles south east of Tempe; $90 per acre. E. J. Flumerfelt, owner, Tempe. For SALE 08 acres fine beet, melon and alfalfa land; four miles from lempe, same from- Mesa. Inquire Mrs. L. M. Schenck, Tempe. Hill SALE Dr. Stroud's residence, North Central Ave., five blocks from Hotel Adams; furnished complete, piano, etc.; 100 feet frontage; cement ulks; nine rooms and bath; barn; one block from two car lines. Leav ing Phoenix to reside in Los An geles. Address Mrs. A. M. Stroud, t;ir, North Center St. 1 or SALE Mesqulte posts, all sizes; prices right. E. O. Brown, Scotts- liale. FOR S A L E C reamery plant fully equipped in a good location, health of owner reason for selling. Call upon or write E. C. Woodmansee, Tempe. FOR SALE Mines, mining claims, im proved land, raw land, houses and Jots. F. L. Eddy, Glendale. Sub. 28. OLD PAPHRS for sale at this office. FREIGHT WAGON'S for sale. For particulars apply to Wolf Sachs, Mesa. F or-SALE 8V3 inches Salt River Val ley Canal stock. Dwlght B. Heard. FOR SALE Distillled nlng Delivery. water. Llght- Wor Bent I oi; KENT A brick house. 73 West Jackson St. Call Hinson Barbecue. F it"RENTr 320-acre ranch (plenty of water); easy terms; some 200 acres alfalfa, balance In grain; with or without a line dairy of 80 cows, most ly Jerseys (50 or 60 fresh), separator, ete.; over 100 lbs. cream daily; skim ming station, li miles; cream. ISc to 24c per lb; prefer to rent for dairy and will sell cows at a bargain, and some 100 young cattle and calves. Also 160 acres 2 miles from above; some 70 acres alfalfa, balance In frratn; prefer cash. Write or see W. H. Greene, 706 North First St., I'hoe rdx, A. T. PRATT Msnth Must b Paid In Advanoe. WANTED TO RENT Small ranch about 5 or 10 acres with house find barn. Address with particulars. Box 372. City. FOR RENT Furnished and unrur nlshed houses; all sizes, kinds an-i prices; also houses, lots and ranches for sale. W. K. Jamea, S7 North Center street. FOR RENT Furnished tent. 725 South Center St. HelD Wanted WANTED A Japanese or Chinese waiter for boarding house in mining j tamp; wages. J43 per month and board and lodging. Write or tele- phone Rincon Mines Co., Congress Junction, Arizona. WANTED A gi:l to assist In house work. Address 1030 West Polk. WANTED Engineer at Indian School Only able bodied men need apply. WANTED Ranch hand; also man with wife on ranch. Apply W. J. Murphy's office. FIRST CLASS chamber" maid wants 1 work In good hotel also good nurse and housekeeper. Inquire at Plaza hotel. WANTED A cook at the Valley lodg ing house. BAKER wanted, or good helper. Home Baking Company. MEN to learn barber trade; wages while learning; good situations wait ing our graduates. Moler System College, Los Angeles. Situations Wanted WANTED Extra set of books to keep by competent bookkeeper having spare time. Fox 603, Phoenix. Miscellaneous Wants WANTED A Borse. harness and sin gle wagon with long box, 1153 East Van Buren. PRIVATE BOARD Furnished rooms, nice shade, terms reasonable. 918 E. Van Buren. Mrs. J. Blount. WANTED Fifty dozen hen3; fifty dozen fryers. W. A. Hood. Peoria. WANTED To rent with option to buy, 40 to 80 acre alfalfa ranch under Maricopa or Salt River canal. Close in preferred. Address P. O. box 82, Phoenix. Ariz. WANTED To buy a good horse, suit able for ranch work. Address George Poll, 32 miles southwest Tempe. I WANT 25 good milk cows; will pay reasonable rent. Address J. L. Bacon. R. F. D. No. 3. WANTED To buy poultry. K. Ka watsu, 142 North Seventh Ave. MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS experi enced car, reader, tells past, present - and future. Ladies, 25c; gentlemen. B0 cents. 223 Buchanan St.. corner of Third St. PICTURE Frames made to order, all sizes and kinds at Palke's Big Curio Rtorw. J. L. GANT, realty agent. Valley resident twenty -two years. Inquiries solicited. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. When we entered into an arrange ment between ourselves' as to the de livery of ice, we had no other end In view than to reduce the expense In cident -upon a double set of delivery teams, resulting in lessening the price of ice to our customers, as well as an economic, saving to ' ourselves. Our motives have been misconstrued and our actions misrepresented. We do not wish to be regarded by our patrons as conspirators, 'or as having entered into an arrangement in restraint of trade to the detriment of the rights of. citizens with whom it is our interest to deal. Legal advisers have assured us that there has been no transgression of the statute in effect; we know there has been none In intention. Rather than further pursue our busi ness with our customers fearing the existence of an arrangement between us unfair to them, we prefer that none longer continue. Hence we publish the following notice: NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. We hereby announce that the part nership heretofore existing between W. B. Lount and F. M. Avis, as the authorized representatives of the Peo ple's Ice & Fuel Company, in the de livery of ice under the firm name of the Citv Ice Deilverv Company, has been this day mutually dissolved. . That F. M. Avis, the authorized rep resentative of the (Peopled Ice & Fuel Company, has sold all his Interest and the interest of said People's Ice & Fuel Company in said City Ice Delivery Company to W. B. Lount, who wIHcon- - 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. tinue the business of said City Ice De livery Company and pay all bills and collect all accounts due and owing said company. Dated this first day of August, 190C. W. B. LOUNT, F. M. AVIS. REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL CON. VENTION. The republicans of the Territory , of Arizona are hereby called to meet 'in delegate convention, in the city of Bis- bee, on Thursday, September 6th. 190G, at 2 o clock p. m., for the following purposes: First The nomination of a delegate to, congress. Second The selection of a republi can territorial committee. Third The transaction of such other business as may properly come before the convention. The basis of representation of the several counties in said convention will be one delegate for every fifty " . . for Hon. B. A. Fowler, for delegate to congress, and one additional delegate for each fraction over twenty-five. Such delegates shall be chosen in such manner as the republican county cen tral committee of the respective coun ties may determine. Fpon the foregoing basis the ap portionment will be as follows: No. of County. Fowler Vote Delegates. Apache 301 6 Cochise 1375 27 Coconino 567 11 Gila 383' 8 Graham 793 16 Maricopa . 1874 39 Mohave .... 213 4 Navajo 331 7 Pima 1027 21 Pinal 206 4 Santa Cruz 309 6 Yavapai 1608 32 Yuma 435 9 Totai number of delegates 190 Proxies will be recognized only when presented by a voter of the county from which the same Is issued. All railroads have been requested to make reduced rates for this convention, and If no specir.l rates Is in force when delegates leave for the convention they should take receipts for money paid so that if possible the matter can be ar ranged for return transportation. A full attendance of delegates is de sired, as well as the presence of rep resentative republicans from every part of the territory. By order of the executive commit tee, W. S. STL'KOES, SIMS ELY. Secretary. Chairman. Dated Phoenix, Arizona, August 4th. 1S0C. v To Creditors oi The Traders Insur ance Company, of Chicago, Xntlce ix hereby (riven to all ereditois i The Trailer I nura rif'i- Owipsny. oM'hii-sgo. that Jmif 'J9, 1SHMJ, an order WHsenttTt'd by the I'lr cuit Court of Cook ounty, IHitioi. in the cause wherein the tillden-igned was appointed Receiver, directing that all claitnx against The Traders J nsuiaiicc Company, of Chicago, (other than tire-loss claims) be tiled, muter oath, with the Receiver 011 or before ninety davs from said June WOT., and that sUcIhiiiis (other than n re-loss claims) nut so tiled within ninetv davs from said JurifiS, 1M, be forever barred from any right to sharp ill the distrt Initiiitt ot tho estate bv said court. Notice is u-cordingly given lierchy to an cre ditors of said The 'traders ItiMirame Com- panv, of Chicago, (other than lire-loss claim ant) to file their c aims, under oath, with me pursuant to t lie terms tit said orner. on or ie- fore ninetv days from June 29, l'Jot'.. Blank forms for claims may be tial on application ai mv otlice. HVKU.N L,. SMITH Receiver of The Traders Insurance Company, 01 Chicago. Kei tor B lug , niciigo, 1 11. DO YOU want a fine 40-acre ranch, witn good brick house and water right in Man eoDa Canal? I can sell vou one for $4500. Good 7-room house, on car line; only few minutes' walk from Postoffice; good shade, lawn, electric light, bath, etc; also barn and corral ?2bUU. Herd of good dairy cows for sale. Unimproved land and Fine sugar beet land for $20 to $75 per acre. Good six-room brick house with one aera of land: well, wind mill, bath lawn and shade; one block from street car, $2900. i Money to Loan E. A. SPAULP1NG Office No. 7, W. Adams Street. FOR SALE Fine 80-acre ranch, within 15 minute drive of I'hoenix; must be sold at ence. Investigate. FOR SALE 60-acre ranch, near town, for only J3800. If you have property for sal, and want to sell it, better list it with ut. If you want to buy property, it will pay you to see us. lU.Latham&Co REAL ESTATE Fire, Accident and Plate Glass Insurance and Surety Bonds. MONEY TO LOAN 44 North CanUr StrtL Fhon Mala 221. 5-room brick cottage with front and rear porches, nice shade and lawn, j shrubbery, etc.; stable in re ar; all f.jr $1000: easy terms. j 3-roo:;i frame house, with good j shade, fur $450. o-room tent house. In good condition, ( with 100 foot frontage; fenced, and nice I young tr-es, shrubbery, etc., fur $400; j easy terms. 1 lot on East Jefferson St. for $100, 1 easy terms, $1 down and $1 per week ) until paid for; no interest and taxes for this j eur. "-room house, close In. with good shades; two 50x 137 V4 -foot lots; elec tric lights, porcelain bath tub. good two-story brick stable, cost $('.0; house could not be built for $3000; lots alone worth $?500; all for $5000. or Rent C-room furnished house,: complete; j 10 acres of ground in alfalfa, fenced, 1 etc.; $25 per month If taken ut once. 7-room furnished house. In good loca tion; two city lots, with good shade, stable, etc.; all for 1-0 per month for rifxt two days. 5- room frame cottage, newly painted and papered; close in; gocd shade; for $10 per month. 6- room brick cottage, close in, with all modern improvements; good shade, etc., for $2." per month. 4-room frame for $5 per month. 6-room frame house for $6 per 1 month. 2-room brick for $5 per month. PECKA BROTHERS Phone Red 901. 512 W. Washington St. Phoenix. Ariz. If you don't find what you want elsewhere TRY US. Our Summer Linesi Are Complete j THE EASTERN STORE SELIFl ACKEL, Prorietor 244 E. Washington Street It Loads to THE HOME SAVINGS BANK & TRUST COMPANY Between Hotel Adams ad Postofflee . Phoenix. Arlzom. You. Must Stop for a cool room and quiet nights rest... The Williams House, Maricopa, Arizona. . For Sale 1 J 11,1 - I 11- - SOUTH SIDE NEWS TEMPE Frt&H W. Grlffen - Fomeroj Bros. MESA TEMPE ADVERTISEMENTS. et A short month and school days again. If you are not ready, it is time to "get busy." We should be able to help you with our showing of Ginghams, Madras, Percales and Chambreys. We believe it will be to your advantage to come in and take a look. CITY OF GEACII (EL SOUVENIR LETTERS Just received a nice assortment of Souvenir Letters of Tempe. eight views. The latest thing out. LAIRD & DINES, ATTENTION ! We have the most complete line of all kinds of Soap in town. Suitable to this alkali water. Harmer, tHe Druggist r. S. Don't forget to leave your FURNITURE A carload lot just received from the east. COME IN AND GET PRICF3. PRICE WICKLIFFE, Prop. Tempe, Arizona. "Tempe's Shoes Shoes Shoes We have just received a big shipment of shoes for men, ladies and children'. If you want a good pair of shoes, then be sure and look over our stock of shoes befoie you buy. W. LUOTS CASH STORE Phone M 284. We Need Room We are now receiving daily a large line of fall and winter goods, and the few summer articles we have left over you can have at your own price. Come In aiid see us. HYDER BROS., Tempe "Leaders In Quality." TEMPE EXCURSION TO GLENDALE. Mention was made in those c..u.:;ns yesterday that a trip was proposed to he made to Glendale for the purpose of making an Inspection of the sugar fac tory, but at the time of writing the matter had not been definitely settled. It Is now learned that a special ex cursion train will leave Tempe over the Santa Ke road next Sunday, Aug ust 19, -at 7:52 city tune, and the fare for the round trip will be one dollar. JOE BIRCHETT MUCH IMPROVED. Dr. Hrcchnn has just received a let ter from Dr. DeVore who is at Payson with Joe Birchett. in which he says that aside from having some traces of the mountain fever, still, Joe is feeling very well and hopes to be sound and well in a very short time. Joe's brother-in-law. Dr. Moeur left yesterday morning for Payson to visit him and necessary to attend him personally. VISIT OF THE STORK. A telegram was - received from At X V . " . -'" A. . Busy 99 TEMPE CEACH Contains - Tempe watches and Jewelry here for repairs. 3 Finest. 1 28 East Fifth St. Chas. H. Jones at Los Angeles, states 1 that the stork visited his cottage there. j yesterday and left a healthy girl baby j weighing eight and a half pounds. The j mother and child are doing splendidly. HERE AND THERE. Miss Myrtle Wallace of Mesa, Is vis iting Miss Bessie Morrow here. S. J. Trlbolet was a Tempe visitor J yesterday from Phoenix. j I'rof. John D. Loper. wife and son 1 were in Tempe yesterday. MY GRACIOUS! Two young ladies were sitting in a drug store yesterday, afternoon ex changing confidences over their ice cream sodas and the following conver sation was overheard: "What do you think I did Tuesday morning, Mag gie?" Maggie assuming a wise look, said she might have done a dozen things, but didn't know what she did in particular. "Well," said the first girl, "if you will promise never . to if; breathe this to a soul, I'll tell you. Monday night they told me the soldier j boys would be home about 6 o'clock i Tuesday morning, so about five that Dr. I morning I got up and walked about a them. A part of company C went across the river last night to attend target prac tice. They camped all night and re turned early this morning. MESA W. G. Cleveland., of Mesa, who has been in the east - for the past four months; returned yesterday and re ports a very enjoyable trip. He has returned now to improve his ranch, which he purchased from Mr. Drane shortly before his departure. Heavy rains were reported out in the Queen Creek country. T. E. Pomeroy left last night for Mexico where he expects to remain for the next few months in the interest of the New York Life Insurance com pany. There will be a grand ball given In the Mesa opera house next Pri.nv night. Forty-three carloads of beets have already been loaded at Mesa and they are still coming in as fast as ever from all directions. Mr. Mayhew always looks, good na- tured, but he was out bright and-early yesterday looking unusually pleas ant. A bouncing boy. weighing eleven and a half pounds arrived at his home at 4 o'clock In the morning. AH doing well. Commodore Passey received another telegram from Kingman asking him to come at oner and he left this morning. 1 ne races will take place next Mon day. Mrs. Lulu Macdonald returned home Sunday after spending the summer with her mother, on the Gila near Thatcher. Charles Blakely returned last even ing from an extended trip through Kansas and Oklahoma and win re sume his duties at the Gem City Creamery, of which he is Junior pro prietor. Mr. Blakely reports a pleas ant visit with many friends and that he enjoyed the sight-seeing through out the Missouri valley states. D. W. Meadows left this morning for Fort Worth. Texas with a carload of horses, purchased from Hibbert Bros. o MOQUI SNAKE DANCE. Mr. Prince, Santa Fe caiteneer agent, San Francisco, personally eon ducts a party of visitors to tha Moqui aance trom Canon Diablo to lOrabi. I have yet ampli accommoda tions for a few. Apply for further in. tormation to F. W. VOLZ. Canon Diablo, Ariz. Reference, L. H. Chalmers. No wonder people hate whiskey. To day we saw a patient country woman sitting in a store, waiting for her hus band. Just before we had seen her husband in a Joint drinking anJ hav ing a high old time. Atchison Globe. TEMPE ADVERTISEMENTS. JUST RECEIVED A large shipment of Premium Talking . Machines and Records. Hew York Cash Store, Temp CHASE & SANBORN'S AND TEAS. COFFEES , . l The World Produces Nothing r Better. 25c, 40i AND 45c PER PACKAGE. . GOODWIN BROS. Tempe Sola Agents. Xo eggs for setting during August. Too hot to give satisfac tion. Write for prices of your favor ite variety. C. W. ALEXANDER, Tempe, Ariz. MESA ADVERTISEMENTS. South Side BARGAINS $2250 buys 20 acres all alfalfa; good house and well located. Make us an offer. $4200 buys 40 acres close In. well fenced; good house and an extra good buy. Money to Loan In amounts to suit on Improved ranch property. Apply POMEROY I KELLY, Real Estate and Loan Agents MESA CITY, ARIZ.