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THE AIUZOXA REI 17BLICAX, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER
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You eet tyle. durability,
low prices and a
liberal guarantee
Wc guarantee and tand
back of every ri we sell
Ve arc here shall stay here
and back up our guarantees
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I aif acre ground, in
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Rice, Manager,
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J lt SALE 5-acre lots, n.-ar car line,
a 11 'ic nl -a half from Phoenix.
i',,.i. L. J. Rice, Manager Trust
D p't . I'l, ion Rank.
i R SALE 5 and iI-i-h-iii brick
.. Cages, hew and modern, and !-i-e
in. J J .; , jmd $2.".i". L. J. Rice. Man
ager Trust Dept . I'ni-iii Rank.
1 1 Ml SALE -T'le Ib-me Dairy, c-m-i-i.-ting
of milk wagon, good rout-,
dairy fixtures, separator ar.d heti 1
of cows, if wanted. and will lent
ranch. Apply R. J. List, one mile
south and one-half mile west of
foundry.
oN'LV $ I (i'.i. on, lot 3, block 41 Capitol
addition. Address M. A. Matthtcs
scn. Chtila Yista. Calif.
1 OR S A LE Dressed poultry; also
fine laying hens, poultry supplies,
and full blood'-d cockrels and roos
ters for your breeding pens. Pop
ular prices. Free prompt delivery
Watson's Poultry Exchange. South
Seventh Ave. Phone Riaek fa'd).
FOR SALIC Four large corner lots,
near car line, all fenced with si-lo--t
wile netting, small house; good
well, chicken house. A bargain. I.
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1'oK S V !,K 2 ;; utlc Uriviii hei-i.
Out In v t u ral.
and consider why
you should buy your
new rig of us now
We have the bieeest stock
in the middle southwest
Nearly 200 rfCs to select from
M,nth Mu,t b pa;d ,n
it sale a few br.od
Advano.
1'I SAl.E A few bn.od sows. II.
iiitu.l, AUiatubra.i
"ii.-Ai.i-.nn wail papers; new j
K''Is. .MuVd.-n's. p.l East Washing- j
lull S
I'h'in.' IJlack C4. I'aper- ,
hatigin a :
it'll sai.i:
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Horse and runabout.
e arid
(h.eap. 'lul stables,
it'll S A 1 . 1 ; 1 1 . i se.-T AU kinds
r:n tor sale, or let by day. week
r in. nth. Reasonable rates. Moun- !
tain rigs a sjM-cialty. Ambrose cor- i
till. I
1R SAEE The front. Klass. lumberi
biick. st.-,-l and all material In the
l.nm.sii Kitchen on First st
.a.t
in mill 1J ll (ILltl
I tober 1. Antone Cold.
FtR SALE Ranch lands in small 1
tracts; also a fine 00') acre tract j
c'ue in. A lumber of fine city res- !
i Jenc-vs and t o'lages. II. Riddle, 17!
V.irTh l-'imf A !
1 oR SALE Five cows, one thorough
ly, d Hul.'tem bull 2 years old, 11
acres lur.c on Tempe road. See Leo
M.H.pho.
J' H SALE 2-story building, eight
J.ewly furnished; upstairs storeroom
anil bn-ber sh"Ti tin w o s t n i rs nldii
adobe warehouse an-l 2-room' resi -
dence; two chairs and furniture in
barber shop. Rarber shop and hotel j nalr . m alfa!fa
; ar:ng $ -. per month. Will sell ,' Maricopa canal.
for Ji-.-i. Owner must leave at
o!:. e. Address F. P. Seiglltz, Roose-
e:t. Ariz.
Vl 1 Ji-. 1 -e-p
laiLrain.
tie alal o.le
i'.er engine lor sale at
inii:ire of J. N. Wood,
nter miles southwest
Phoenix Foun-
rv.
FOR SALE Distil ilea
water. Llght-
nmg Delivery.
Foil SALE 10 acres, well improved
a.-y terms. H. L,. Sanderson, owner.
I'hoenix.
FJtEKiliT
W AGON'S
for sale. For 1
particulars apply to Wolf Sachs'
Mesa.
JTer feenc
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I i;-i a'-res. .,-incii
t. Call i::i East Madison.
water 1
RENT Km nisi
,1
i-ro-ini
brick
Fifth '
1 .
oU.-e-
bath, toilet
14 North
a t tine.
I I It" RENT
and .-ingle 1
H:TirnishT,i TT,7Z7ru7:-
""is. ?S. $10, S12 and $15.
1 ' . East Van P.uren.
I'l-i: RENT New frame
hii.it. ."12 South Third
cottage, just
St. Call 223
East Hin hanan.
III-! a IA NTI.Y furnished' suite of
for gentlemen; bath
trie light; also hou:
telephone, !ec-
ekeeping rooms.
''; East Adams St. '
F'Mt RENT For any occa
Hardwick theater. prices
-ion, the
the
1 abl.-. s-e Louis Killeen,
W hite House.
, 1 R RENT Furnished
tent, 725 S.
I Center. I
i l-'i'R RENT Furnished houses. V i
! have three fine ones, well furnished j
at Sin to J .",,", and an -Iegant one at I
I $15". L. J. Rice. Manager Trust i
; Dept.. Union Rank. j
! F 'Fl R1CNT Cosily furnisned room m I
piiiate family. $10 per month; no
; lungers wanted, fail at 537 E. Van :
! Rarc't St.
I - ... . I
I F R RENT Neatly furnished room in
I rival- family. Modern eonven
I iences such as bath and telephone.
' .X4; W. Monroe St.
THE LEI 7a N D I lYT l"SI-I I ms recently
been renovated, and new carpets and
paper and furniture have been put
in. making it a very attractive room
ing house, at moderate prices. Mrs.
D. McCauley.
For RENT Fine furnished house,
seven rooms. Sll West Washington.
Foil RENT in tracts to suit at $2.5)
per acre, per annum, a section of
Al w ileal, barley or beet hand. Water
will be furnished paid for this year
from A ppropriators' and Salt
River Valley canals. One or
two yea r. leases will be given with
option to purchase at $20 first year,
or $25 per acre second year; U. S.
eeservoir rights. First applicants
choice of location. Apply Lincoln
Fov, Ier. porter bldg.
I T RENT Large brick house fur
nished. Go, barn. CIO N. Seventh St.
Iii'iuire at 706 N. l-'irst street.
FOR RENT Furnished house, house
keeping or single rooms. 316 N. Fifth
St.
FOR RENT Beautiful modern ranch
dwelling, just eennpleted, with plenty
of shade, shrubbery, good brick car
riage house, ots of stable room; five
acres of ground. See E. J. R-niiitt.
Foil RENT Furnished rooms and
rooms for housekeeping; t.ean sur
roundings. Two blocks north and
two i-trt of po.tollic.t-. THE POLK.
2lrf East Polk s,t.
u
WANTED
I want to figure with you cn drilling
your wells and Installing your pumping
plants large or small.
N. L. CARPENTER, with
PRATT-GILBERT CO.
!
WELL rrn.MSlII'D FRONT rooi.i
with piivileee of bath, on car line.
2-2 4 E. Pierce.
'"-"""r-" i.u.m wanteu; not too
far out, wliere there
are
Box
r.o other
S64.
roomers. M. i.. p. o.
. new luiiujieu coiiage. witn
elegant screen sleeping room. Just
what you are looking for; also a tent,
new. clean and neatly furnished for
housekeeping. Running water in
both. Call at Mrs. painter's East 13th
St. RriU Addition Car.
RENT
Tliree furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Call 224 East
Taylor St.
Foil RENT Furnished rooms and for
housekeeping; neat; homelike. Get
our prices. The Irving, C30 West
Washington.
Foil RENT Three rooms for" light
housekeeping: also two unfurnished
rooms. 721 West Taylor St.
FURNISHED IiaJOMS- for lodging,
with board; also for light housekeep
ing; no tuberculosis. 217 North
Fourth Ave.
I KuU ii,:XT 40 acre ranch, ten miles
",sc on Aianc-opa canal road. About
200 inches wator in
Terms easy. Ses
I . i,ennett-
j FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
1 housekeeping. Call 716 West Madi
son St.
FOR RENT 160 acres, under Salt
canal, $2"0 year; 320-acre ranch, al
falfa and grain, water in two canals.
J. L. Irvin. 11 North First Ave.
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
with bath; shade and roses; new
house. Second St. and McKinley.
Also furnished single rooms.
Fop. RENT 20 acres and house, next
to Clayson's. E. W. Lewis. National
Rank Arizona Rldg.
FOUR-ROOMED dwelling; hath, hot
and cold water, gas, electricity; also
furnished rooms. Inquire 376 North
Fourth Ave.
Board and Sooms
I R m )MS WITH
; family. IMG E
HOARD in private
McKinley street, on
1 : rill car line.
. RONNY VIEW RANCH, most pleasant
I place for tourists an-l healthseekers
I to board. Seven miles north on Sev-
entii street. Xo irrigation. Rest ta
I h!e. air and water. Descriptive cir
j culars. Miller's drug store.
1 Rf X'lilS A Nl) "j J )ARI" reasonable,
j l.'r.ion Hotel. 518 West Washington.
j THlcVlXTTlvYfNLrIC FAMILY IIo"
TEL. at Adams St. and Sixth Ave..
j has been opened for the winter sea-
I son by Mrs. Kelso, and board and
j rooms may be had for $10 a week and
j up.
HcId Wanted
FIRST-CLASS barber wanted at Mod
ern Rarber shop. Mesa; no other
need apply: $15 guaranteed.
WANTED At once, a first-class .sec
ond cook: quick with short orders.
And first-class waitress. Apply Cass
Bros.
WA N T E 1 ) M aiifor farm work. Ap-
ply W. J. M unity's office.
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework. .S2" North First Ave.
WANTED A competent cm
In-iuire H. I. Latham fz
Center street.
ik ( female)
Co.. 44 N.
WANTED Experienced seamstress
and skirt maker. See Kalsman. at
the New York store.
WANTED Experienced
for wholesale departmet
stock clerk
it at the New
York Store.
WANTED An experienced second
cook, must be sober, reliable and in
good healtli. Apply by letter at once
to the Castle Hot Spring.-- Improve
ment Co.. at Hot Springs. Arizona.
WANTED Milker.- Highland " Farm
Dahy. Apply S44 North Third Ave.
WA N T E I V First-class blacksmith.
Rincein Mines Co.. Congress Junc
tion, Ariz.
WANTED Good man for small ranch,
20 aires; also strong, smart boy.
Apply Box 54S. I'hoenix.
WANTED Woman for general house
work. $40 per month. Apply to Mrs.
Lee, North Center, opposite Osborn
se hool.
WANTED A boy to do chores for
board. Apply Mrs. Lie, opposite.
( sborn. school.
I'l ill EM A N CA It RENTER WANTED
on,- good at reading plans. Also
foreman bri, khiycr. W rite Ritrrcll
Cm a ruction company.. Box 147.
I'l l .scott. An;;.
"n-wiij mil nrst
ers and a Lusr.elman
Tailor.
u-lss coatmak
Nicholson, th
WANTED Girl for housework; fam
ily of three. Mrs. De-Mund CO N
Slxth St.
WANTED Two good sized bell bovs
iii rniit'i Auains, steady
ment.
employ
Situations Wanted
SITUATION WANTED-Young r
an,
-o, wants position as assistant book
keeper, clerk, or in orhe work; r
fined, educated, go. i.i character.' ar.d
not afraid of work; ran furnish ref
erences. Address j;. c ; n,..,,.!..
lican.
WANTED A POSITION as
house helper ar.,1 cuik.
Jones. -ate Repuil ic, n.
p-nerai
Mari n
(IIRl wants a position as c-!ia:nber-ir.aid
or silver paMry vlil in or out
of town. hamberiiiai,i wa:it a po
sition in a first class lio'.el ir or ut
of town. The Virginia. No. 4i S.
''enter street.
WANTED LbJht woik I
man around a private place for small
pa, m I'f.oeaix. or close in. Ad- 1
dress N. L.. care Repui lhan.
WANTED Work by a y.-unp: man. I
I'refer a clerkship. c-n !ielp on I
books if required. Rox -11. (ity. j
WANT? 3D Position by young man to ;
work for board. J. L., care Republi- i
can. j
A M E ill ( ' A N" VV'T i MA N with "girVT.f "ll
wants situation, g- n- ral work or ;
cooking. City or ranch, good plai.i 1
cook. Address Mrs. Clark. 3140 XV.'
Twenty-third Ave.. Denver. Colo. J
WANTED Position by Japanese boys i
at any kind of work. flood refer- j
ence. Japanese club. 2J North '
Third street. Phoenix. !
SITUATION as governess, raneli,
healthy, experienced, college educa- j
tion. Terms reasonable. References j
exchanged. L. May, 523 E. Forty- j
fourth Place, Chicago. Ills. j
' j
Mlscollsncous Wants j
C( w" W ANTE D Must' be f re s h ""and
free in i Ike r. Apply Hox 4. I'hoep.ix. i
FOR EXCHANGE 6 -room brick, with'
shed kitchen; good well; lot r,x 1 5" : !
to trade for desert land. Greene
Griffin.
To LOAN $o) at 10 per cent, first
class security in Temp" and vicinity.
Address P. O. Rox M4 1. Tempe.
WANTED to furnish you with dress,,?
poultry. Satisfaction guaranteed,
prompt free delivery. Watson's Poul
try Exchange. South Seventh Ave.
Phone Black t)9.
WANTED TO RENT One six or sev
en room house, good locality, three
rooms furnished for lodgers. Must
be reasonable. Address 424 South
Ninth Ave.
WANTED To EXCHANGE Four
burner Insurance gasoiine, stov" !' r
small girls' bicycle. Call 80S South
Third Ave."
SPANISH LESONS given by a lady.
Call 43a East Monroe street.
SEE MRS.
RICK ARD and Mrs. Groos
for first class dress making at rea
sonable prices. 23 4 West Monro-.
YIAVI OFFICE Room J.
Rlock. Hours. 1 to 4 p. m
STOCK 'OMPANIES incorporated. Ii
you have stocks or bonds for sale,
let me try to sell them for you.
George M. Keliog. ISroker. 540 Elli
cott Square. Huffalo.
REFINED LADY, with good home,
would like to take care of small child
or to adopt. For particulars, address
Mrs. Robert RriglU. P. O. Box 392.
MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS eiperb
enced car- reader, tells pa3t, present
arid future. Ladles, 25c; gentlemen.
E0 cents. 223 Buchanan S t corner
Third.
PICTURE Frames mad xo arder, all
sizes and kinds at Ralke'a Big Curio
Store.
Lose and Pcund
STRAYED Two mares; one pony,
huilt light. sorrel. ro.u hed mane,
branded J. S. One roan, black man
and tail. Address information to
Lovett. 42 N. First Ave.
L 1ST $2o gol-i piece by a young lady
in down town district. Finder re
warded by notifying Mrs. Cooley. 34
North Second avenue.
STRAYED Small dark bay pony,
roached mane; white spf,t in fore
head. Had bridle rnd long rpe on i
Mrs. J. T. Rarnum.
STRAYED 1 gray mare, no brand.
11"" pounds, scar on right hind knee.
Reward. Hill's Seed Hous- er phone
Black M3.
Cut Flowers
for sale at
Dunbar's Rose Gardens
Corner West
Sts.
Adams and Twentyfirst
Telephone Main 56.
buys a lot 125x245
with fine two-story )
six-room frame elwelling. newly paint
ed, with furniture; j-hnty of porches,
abundance of shade: Powers, lawn,
etc. Good poultry yard; only three
blocks from car line.
50 inches of
$2 per inch.
water in Salt Canal at
Great bargains in Desert Land.
FOR- SALE
acres desert land; fine
240
sandy
loam and level: reservoir water; for
$12.50 per acre; will be worth $75.00
per acre in three years.
Three lots on First St. (east front),
on corner and on car line; $1500.
MONEY TO LOAN
In Any Quantity
E. j. ennitt
1i and 19 Nrrth Center St.
H' , X" 'I" I'll -
$3150
00
r . w
' 5 3.
, -1
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41 Opportunities
Here is a chance to get a
home, if you will take advantage
of our offer. Ve have a tract of
line land tliree miles from town,
partly in alfalfa, and plenty of
Salt water. Will sell 40 or it)
acres of this tract and build a
,houSe and dig a. well with pump
in it, on terms to suit. Why pay
rent when you can get a home
that will pay itself out?
10 ac:s, one mile from Capitol
building: 4-room nouse, well,
windmill and tank, and good
dairy house; plenty of shade;
Salt water; nearly all in alfalfa.
A snap, J1050.
40 acres, three miles from
city; goo,i house, two barns, fine
corral; nice shad,.-; good well. A
bargain f-r J42.",U.
75 acres, seven miles west; all
in alfalfa; one of the best im
proved small ranches in the val
lay. Investigate.
Two of the finest residences in
Phoenix at a bargain.
I
I
Hiatal Go
REAL ESTATE
Fire, Accident and Plate
Glass Insurance and
Surety Bonds.
MONEY TO LOAN
M
44 Korth Center Strait.
'Phont Mela 22C.
t 1
A-:
- tl
canal. J35 per acre; a first class specu
2 lots on East Washington street, in nation.
ollins addition, on street car line. City i in "'.,.. o ,na
Anderson ! w'ater in street: best buy in the city ; water rights in town ditch; half in al
I for an investment. $3 down and ?5'fa!f.i- Sn tier acre
j per month, take
! to hurry.
the two; you will have
i 1 lot 0:1 North 11th avenue, one ldocit
! north of the City Library, for $3"";
j down and $5 per month. ,
j 5 lots on North 12th Aier.ue, at $250
j per l..t: $5 dow n and $5 per month.
1 Your . lr.i. e of th- lots
1 - -
ij.-'e
3- room tram- .house, for $450; easy
payments; ?5 down and $7 per month.
4- room frame house, with corner lot
and plenty of shad-? for $5"0; $25 down
and $1" per month.
1 lot with portable house and city
water, for $275; $1" down and $10 per
month.
:-room. two-story brick house in
capital addition w.:h bath, for $lv:5t
$1"0 down and $25 per mouth. Th
house could not be bulk today for less
than $220".
6-room house with two lots, good
lawn, chicken yard and stable for $125".
owner Raving the city, reason for sell
ing. 6-room brick house with front and
liar porches, fenced and small
stable in re.tr. for $125"; $2oO down and
$25 per month.
5-room hous- with screen sleeping
room, hot and cold water bath, gas
end electric light; stable for horse;
hous,
enue.
located on North Second Av-
All for $;
"0.
1 portal
furnished ;
for $7 per
i,- bouse with city water
close in; it- v,-r been used,
month.
1 furnish
1 p.-riahle house with city
witter; never I
per month.
6-room brick
en occupied, for $12
on north, side for $
..- i
per month.
5-room brick house wi-'i all modern
conveniences.' for $25 p- r month.
4-room house with go ,i shade, new
Iv papered, for $12 per month.
5-room furnished house with pas- '
ture for horse and caw,
month.
f - ir $35 per j
7-rooni two-s!ry brick, with
bath,
horse.
p,rill shade and lawn, stable for
nil for $2" per mouth.
PECKA BROTHERS!
Phsn. Red 901.
512 W. Washington St Phoenix. Ariz.
1
the hoffman")!
I!
1EYEKTTI!1G flKSI TLA.SS
Michelob Drier
on Draught
JACK GJGS0N, Proprietor.
1 !
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FRUIT TREES. FRUIT TREES.
From Stark Bros.' Nursery Co., at
wholesale. Guarantee,! true to name or
money refunded. Replace all trees that
l!e before first of August at half price.
Will call at your hones from Mesa to
Arlington. Drop a card. R-ex bio,
Phoenix. HALL BROCi..
Agents.
For lent
BROADWAY AT 54TH ST.
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
The most luxuriously appointed hotel
in Nev.- York. Its furnishings are rare.
rich and U pood taste. The highly
p :ishfd f.oors thro jg'.oi.t the er.t re
house are oover-d with handsome cri-ei-.tal
rugs. Tiled bath rooms ventilat
ing into the open air a feature. Tele
phone in every suite.
This hotel offers to permanent and
transient guests superior accommoda
tions, scivice. etc-., at tempting rates.
Inspection of thH beautiful establish
ment invited.
Send for illustrated booklet.
EDWARD R. SWETT, Proprietor.
ENTIRELY NEW SOLU I ION
FOR TERRITORIAL WOES
The Arizona Anti - Statehood Heraici
Favors Only Annexation to Southern
California.
The luest o
Herat ure Is '1
t 1 . n ,,1
Ar.t i -State
ohnra.i ,.f
0:1 a dil-s.-.
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f ' Herald
Issued
i-y
K:rklai-d. Mr.
m 1
f. as.niist j. -nit stat-- i.ia. 1 because l,e
tl f' els sure that woU d make things in
11 , . , .
1 Arizona w, than th.-v at-' ! i -
13 agaic.s: s;:. !, stat .n,l be. ati.-e uv
cannot se-- how that will make the
3 pen ili- here any better than th.v are
Metier man t.'-.. v ;,r,
a... I that is very
favor of reinalnin
ho!-Is forth n., h
bad. He is n..t in i
a teriitoiy f,,-- thai
pe of ilt;ti! o , T.I.- !:t.
lii
W I :
.!v solution fir the ,'!:::, ah v l:i
1 he finds t he t r: it orv p- in annex
ation to Sunt In ; u 1 ".1 li f . ir?: ia.
The An'i-State Herald is deserib.J
as the exponent ,,f :l o-,l.r ,,f
which he :. 1 ,h: ins there is 1. -lie. H.
feels th
he sa?
, rv h
-dv
s against him and
"my .rinter has also been
see next issue ahou; that. The
m-1 first article of the papt r
following: "Local ;r,-et ing.'"
b-oight
li:
ems to r ia'te to s-
lie led nt pes-inal
rietice of the e,l
"sting details ,,f
and unjl-asant exi
itor the most int
w h'icii are lacking:
Inasmuch as jt has passed some mis
creant to place "Roug'i on Rats" in the
articles of diet of the undersigned, and
j as the sa:d miscreant has had the fun
Jito set the undersigned. previously
JI strong attd abl.-. taken to tiie Yavaj ai
j: county hospital, a helpless, writhing.
lineimg mass and w ii,-r, as was cus-
1 :
FOR SALE
10 acres, three
house and shade.
miles north, good
4u acres in alfalfa, fine location, close
j in, extra good soil, J4C0O.
! SO acres, fine land, under Arizona
( .i-roorn brk k house in Rennett addi-
tio.-i modern; a splendi-1 buy; $3200.
j l"-:'oom. mod -rn brick, close in; j
I north part of town; a splendid oppor- I
j tunity to rent rooms; location cannot:
! he- excelled. Rig bargain for some.
one. Price $35", 1.
' 5-roOin house on North Second Ave..
1 .. .
line shade: 52.."".
5-room brick: bath. ca'. electric
lights; fin- corner lot; North Second
t.:Hlose in; a bargain; $21"".
4" acres alfalfa; close in; $1""0
MONEY TO LOAN on city
ejnty property.
and
FOR. RENT
5-room modern brick, $27.50.
4-room modern litick. $2".
4-reiom furnished cottage
close in,
$"
t
3 rooms, furn
hed
including fuel.
gas. lights. $45. "0.
5-room brick, on s
r.car Lincoln. $15. 00.
outh Second Ave.,
E. E. PAiSCOEi
110 NORTH CENTER ST.
. ;
Fifteen assays or analyses for $3.00.
Gold. Silver, Lead, Copper, Iron, Zinc,
Silica, Calcium or Manganese.
1 .te for particulars.
I THE HENRY HANSON CHEMICAL
! RESEARCH CO..
Analytical and Consulting Chemists,
54 Railroad Bldg., Denver, Col., U. S. A.
PJOHEER 2nd CONSOLIDATED
TRANSFER and STORAGE CO.
Baggage Office. 116 North Center St.,
O; p Hotel Adams. Tel. Main 142.
General Oflice. 42 South Center St.. opp.
Commercial Hotel. Tel. Main 74.
STDRARF SFUFN niVS FRPF
Modern euipments. L'p-to-date service.
Nothing too large or too small or too
precious. - Live and let live prices.1
Ex
1
Orders called for and delivered.
, phone Black
THE ARIZONA CLEANING AND
DYEING WORKS
is ll .- l-.-sl place in low 11 l-i get your
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'Bring Dcnofri3' C-iiiJ Ciu
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TO ALL THAT COVE TO C'J?
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