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THE AKIZONA KEI 17BLICAN, SATUHDAI MOUSING, OCTOBER SfO, 1S)00 It I ' . You Cet style, durability, low prices and a liberal guarantee We guarantee and stand back of every rig: we sell We are here shall stay here and back up our guarantees, PRRTT-GILBERT CO. i ; www.w.H. imniiniiiiiiiiimuiii A1il. I'l l I I 1 1 1 t I MtHtHttll Advtrtlwnwntt Hunnlne Leea Than On Pop Bale AUCTION, SATURDAY, 1:30 p. m., at our salesroom, 23 South First Ave., we will sell furniture, rigs, harnesses also "NV. R. Robertson will sell two pood, first-class work horses, weight 1100 and 1200 pounds each; span of mules averaging 1400 lot--.; also new set work harness. Send in all you wish sold. Hammond, auctioneer, Tel. Red 411. AUCTION Saturday at our salesroom 23 South First Ave. commencing: at 1.30 p. m., .we will sell for Mrs. Hel en Israel, high grade furniture con sisting of couches, tables,, rockers, chairs, two bed-room suits, carpets, rugs, etc.. linking up the contents of a fully furnished four-room cottage. Hammond, Auctioneer. rUBLIC SALE Monday, October 22, Ij. L. Plank, will sell his herd of Durham cows. Sale to be held at the Bromell, Maxwell ranch, two and a half miles northeast of Phoenix. Hammond, auctioneer. Telephone Red 411. AUCTION TUESDAY, Oct. 23rd, com mencing at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. T. W. Pemberton will sell at 810 North Third Ave. the entire contents of a 9-roomed residence, consisting of oak parlor tables and stands, couches, oak and wicker rockers and chairs, oak hall chair, lace curtains, pic tures, pier glass hall-tree, ebony stand, upholstered parlor set, box couch, sideboard, heavy oak dining table, set of dining chairs, bookcase and books, Smyrna. Wilton, Brussels ingrain ' art squares, carpets" and small rugs, bedroom suites, dressers, commodes, stands, toilet sets, ward robe, springs, mattresses, bedding, cots, large refrigerator, heaters. Model .steel range, large Reliable gas range, kitchen tables, dishes and utensils. Goods are all in good con dition. Hammond, auctioneer. Mrs. T. V. Pemberton, owner. FOR SALE Two shares of stock m Arizona Fair Association for $80. par value $100. Address Box 27o Phoenix. MAGPIES for sale. No. 1 talkers, at No. 3"6 North Fifth street. FOR-SALE 10 acres, half alfalfa; good house; windmill, three miles out. under Salt. A snap, $l".r0. C. Costley. with Taylor & Son, 43 V. Adams St. FOR SALE 20 acres two and a half miles out, all in cultivation. Under Salt. A bargain. $1500. C. Costley. with Taylor & Son. 43 W. Adams. FORSA LEChea p horse and rig will be sold to the highest bidder this afternoon at Hammond's Auction rooms, at 1:30 o'clock. FOR SALE 5 acres best garden land, small payment. See Henry, at Irvin's. FOR SALE A good Eaddle pony for school children. White leghor-i chickens at 1288 E. Van Buren, op posite Ashland Place. FOR SALE: Chickens, turkeys, 5 head of horses, broken single, one cow, at private sale. S?e G. W. Shurts, on Cole Ranch. 2 miles N. of Glendale. FOR SALE One acre;' 7 room house, half block from car line, quick sale $1300. C. Costley. with Taylor & Son, 43 West Adams. FOR SALE 2'2 acres, good brick house, well and alfalTa. One block from car line. $1900. C. Costley. with Taylor fc Son. 43 West Adams. F( ) RESALE A young male calf- Call at S(i4 North 7th Avenue. FOR "SALE A fresh Durham milch cow. 1621 E. Adams Street. FOR SA l7E f wTi hu mired sha res stock Appropriators' Canal at bar gain. Address, P. O. Box 161V FrRSALBLots7iir the Monte Vista Place; fine residence lots, building restrictions; prices right. Regular commission to agents. J. L. Irvin, UN. First Avenue. . FOR SALE Extra good single driver "buggy and harness. Ensign Stable, Oct. 19th and 20th. FOR SALE Nice little driver, rubber tired runabout and harness. $125.00. Ensign's Stable.. Oct. 19 and 20. FO R SAL E V e ry fine square piano for $25.00, leaving city. 201 E. Mc Kinley. FOR SALE A good improved 10 Vi acre ranch in alfalfa, and some SO bearing fruit trees. 1 Vj miles west of Six Points. Moses Habecker. R. V D.. 3. FORALE Saddle pony. P. ' lo03- FOR SALE Saddle pony, enquire 823 N. 2nd Street. D R ESS E TrjiTd I i vp pou 1 try. Th" better hurt. fc',aU.-ietion guaranteed or rnont-v rctundtd. Prompt dclmry. Watson's PouUt L-xuhJ.-gf. south Seventh Ave. Phone Black 669. and consider why you should buy your new ri of us now We have the biggest stock in the middle southwest Nearly 200 ries to select from i mu it l Menth Mu.t be Paid In Adv.no. FOR SALE A fine single surrey. 911 North 3d Street. I WILL SELL my ranch, SO acres, or either 40, three miles northeast of Phoenix. Frank A. Baum, Sr. FOR SALE 80 acres, with share water right in Tempe canal, also SO shares in Tempe pumping plant; 40 acres alfalfa; 40 grain land; all fenced and cross fenced; house and barn. For particulars address V. M. Gilbert, Mesa. FOR SALE Very cheap, a fully equipped tent photograph gallery, doing a good business. Address or call at 515 North Center St. FOR SALE Milk route, cows and wagon. Address "44 Dairy," Repub lican pffice. FOR SALE Solid walnut, first-class folding, bed; plate glass mirror on top. Room 10. Cotten block. FOR SALE Five acres and house, close to Normal school. Inquire R. A. "Windes, Real Estate Agent, Tempe. FOR SALE 20 or more Holstein cows, fresh and coming fresh. "Write "Holstein," care Republican office. FOR SALE 10 acres, well Improved, easy terms. H. L. Sanderson, owner, Phoenix. FOR SALE The Home Dairy, con sisting of milk wagon, good route, dairy fixtures, separator and 30 head of cows, if wanted, and will rent ranch. Apply R. J. List, one mile south and one-half mile west of foundry. ONLY $160.00, lot 3. block 41 Capitol addition. Address M. A. Matthies sen, C'hula Vista, Calif. FORSALE Fine wall papers; new goods. Morden's, 401 East Washing ton St. Phone Black 64. Paper hanging a. specialty. FOR SALE Horse and runabout, cheap- Club stables. FOR SALE The front, glass, lumber, brick, steel and all material In the English Kitchen on First street, which will be torn down after Oc tober 1. Antone Gold. FOR SALE Ranch lands in small tracts; also a fine 500 acre tract close in. A number of fine city res idences and cottages. II. Riddle, 17 North First Ave. FOR SALE Five cows, one thorough- bred Holstein bull 2 years old, 11 acres land on Tempe road. See Leo M. Hoghe. FOR SALE 2-story building, eight newly furnished; upstairs storeroom and barber shop downstairs; also adobe warehouse and 2-room resi dence; two chairs and furniture in barber shop. Barber shop and hotel clearing $200 per month. Will sell for $1200. Owner must leave at once. Address F. P. Seiglltz, Roose velt. Ariz. TWO horse-power for sale at a bargain. Inquire of J. N. Wood, one and one-quarter miles southwest of Phoenix Foundry. FOR SALE Distillled water. Lightning- Delivery. FREIGHT WAGONS for sale. For particulars apply to Woll Sacha, Mesa. For Bent FOR RENT Nicely furnished house. Gas, electric lights, city water. Also unfurnished rooms. Mrs. D. G. Locke. 511 South First Ave. FOR RENT Twelve-acre ranch, four miles northeast of town, all in al falfa and grain, good five-room house and out buildings. lots of shade, large chicken yard, large adobe hole and corral, cress-fenced and fences and ditches in best of condition. Easily watered on account of gates in all ditches. Four good cows, seventy-five ducks and lots of chickens, which go with place if wanted. Inquire of N. A. Morford, 4 W. Adams St. FOR RENT Furnished house, close in for two adults. Applv to E. E. Pro well. 230 South First Ave. FOR RENT Furnished front room in private family, 69 South Second Avenue. FOR RENT 200 acres with good house and 80 acres in alfalfa for $2 an acre. Greene & Griffin. F U RENT New three room furnish ed cottage, screened, also large fur nished tent suitable for two. Best location in town. Lacey's. 13th St. and Calif. Ave.. Brill Addition. FURNISHED HoFSE-HousekVeping or single room;;. 316 N. Fifth St. UN F U R N 1 ? H eT7r OO MSnY c e y aTd . vtry reasonable. 403 W. Madison Street. TO WANTED I want to figure with you cn drilling your wells and Installing your pumping plants large or BmalL N. L. CARPENTER, with PRATT GILBERT CO. FOR RENT Three house keeping rooms, screen room, also furnished front room. No tuberculosis. 54C West Madison Street. FOR RENT Several large ranches J. L. Irvin. 11 N. 1st Ave. FOR RENT Nice four-room cottage, newly repaired, 737 Grand Ave., $12. For particulars call at cor. 13 Ave. ;nd Van Buren. FOR RENT 320 acres 9 miles west of rhoenix with water in Maricopa Canal; all improved; 160 in good alfalfa; fenced and cross-fenced, house and outbuildings. Will lease for one or more years. Will rent 160 if desired. E. W. Lewis, National Bank of Arizona. NEATLY FURNISHED Rooms in private family. No sick wanted. 911 North 3d Street. FOR RENT 60 acres, 25-inch water right. Call 1318 East Madison. FOR RENT Furnished 5-room brick house; bath, toilet. 314 North Fifth avenue. FOR RENT Center. -Furnished tent. P25 S. ELEGANTLY furnished suite of rooms ior gentlemen; bath, telephone, elec tric light; also housekeeping rooms. 506 East Adams St. FOR RENT For any occasion, the naruwicK theater. Prices reason able. See Louis Killeen, at the White House. FOR RENT Cosily furnisned room in private family. $10 per month: no lungers wanted. Call at 537 E. Van Buren St. FOR RENT Neatly furnished room in pnate family. Modern conven iences such as bath and telephone. 346 W. Monroe St. FOR RENT in tracts to suit at $2.5) per acre, per annum, a section of Al wheat, barley or beet land. Water will be furnished paid for this year from Appropriators' and Sait River Valley canals. One or two year Rases 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 Fowler. Porter bldg. FOR RENT Furnished rooms and rooms for housekeeping; clean sur roundings. Two blocks north and two east of postoffice. THE POLK, 215 East Polk St. THE LELA N D II (5 U S EiaVrcentTy 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 Beautiful modern ranch dwelling,' just completed, with plenty of shade, shrubbery, good brick car riage house, lots of stable room; five acres of ground. See E. J. Bennitt. FURNISH ED ROOM 'wanted; not too far out, where there are no other roomers. M. L.. P. O. Box 564. NICE new furnished cottage, with 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. Brill Addition Car. FpR RENT Three furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Call 224 East Taylor St. FOR RENT Furnished rooms and for housekeeping; neat; homelike. Get our j. rices. The Irving, 530 West "Washington. FOR RENT Three rooimT for "Tight housekeeping; also two unfurnished looms. 721 West Taylor St. FURNISHED ROOMS for lodging, with board; also for light housekeep ing; no tuberculosis. ill North Fourth Ave. FOR RENT 640 acre ranch, ten miles west on Maricopa canal road. About half In alfalfa. 200 inches water in Maricopa canal. Terms easy. Se3 E. J. Bennett. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for housekeeping. Call 716 West Madi son St. FOR RENT 160 acres, under Salt canal, $200 year; 320-acre ranch, al falfa and grain, .water in two canals. L. Irv In. 11 N or t h Ji r s t A v e LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, with bnth; shade and roses; new house. Second St. and McKinley. Also furnished single rooms. FOR RENT 20 acres and house, next to Clayson's. E. W. Lewis.. National Bank Arizona Bldg. FOUR-ROOMED dwelling; bath, hot and cold water. ga:. tctric:ty; al'ro furnished rooms. Inquire 376 North Fourth Ave. Board and Boom: THE OASIS VILLA at Scottsdn.Or,. The Desert, 11 miles from Phoenix, offers all the advantages of the great desert and the little luxuries and conveniences that go to make a rest pleasant. Wide porches, green grass; shade of tropical trees; clean grounds; bath, club room with li , brary, magazines ?ml daily papers. Rooms or tent houses. Good table A rest resort, not a sanitarium. For pamphlet of rates and detailed information, address M. B. Oake. Scottsdale. or to Investigate, take stage at Phoenix Bakery any week day morning at 8. M RS. A. K UMPF'liasleased"TTiap itol Hotel, and is refitting and re furnishing it throughout, making it a first class place, and will open for buriness about Nov. 1st at reason able prices. BONNY VIEW RANCH, most pleasant place for tourists and healthseekers to board. Seven miles north on Sev enth street. No irrigation. Best ta ble, air and water. Descriptive cir culars. Millers drug store ROOMS WITH BOARD in private family. 916 E. McKinley street, on Brill car line. ROOMS AND BOARD reasonable. Union Hotel, 618 West Washington. THE SIXTH AVENUeImTLYiTo' TEL, at Adams St. and Sixth Ave., has been opened for the winter sea son by Mrs. Kelso, and board and rooms may be had for $10 a week and up. Halo Wanted WANTED Palace. A piano player at the WANTED at once, man and wife to do housework, and care for yard. Ap ply to Mrs. Lee, opposite Osborn school. WANTED Boy to deliver papers. must have wheel. Apply the Berry -hi II Co. WANTED Good - Plumbing Co. tinner. Gosart AGENTS, male or female, make b'r money selling our goods. Write for catalogue. If you want to buy for your own use. our prices will aston ..ish you. United M'f'rs. Mail Order Co.. 127 Front St., New York City. WANTED Two first class waiters or waitresses at once. Gata Bros. WANTED Young man solicitor. See Mohrdeick at Kuntz Bros.' Machine Shop. FIRST CLASS woman cook, white or colored, for Bonny View Ranch. Running water in kitchen, pleasant Place. See Todd, Republican Office. 3 p. m. today. WANTED A boy not less than 16 for mail clerk at The Republican office. Short hours and good pay. Call this morning. WANTED Carrier for one of the city routes on The Republican. Boy must be at least 14 years old. Apply Circulation Department, this office. WANTED Good girl for general housework. Family of three. Call SI 6 North Central Ave. WANTED Young man to work around store. Nicholson. The Tailor. WANTED At once a chamber maid at the Capitol Hotfl. WANTED A hot I r innr to meet ail trains for the Capitol Hotel. WANTED Lady or gentleman with reference. $2.50 per day guaranteed. Please give St. and number. Ad dress W.. Republican. WANTED Girl for general house work. Apply Mrs. St. Clair, 2112 West Jefferson . WANTED A. girl dept. at Steins. in the millinery WANTED Competent girl for general housework, 820 North First Ave. WANTED Experienced seamstress and skirt maker. See Kalsman, at the New York stcre. WANTED Experienced stock clerk for wholesale department at the New York Store. WANTED An experienced second cook, must be sober, reliable and in good health. Apply by letter at once to the Castle Hot Springs Improve ment Co., at Hot Springs, Arizona. W A NTED Milker. H ighla nd Farm Dairy- Apply 844 North Third Ave. WANTED Woman for general house work, $40 per month. Apply to Mrs. Lee, North" Center, opposite Osborn school. WANTED A boy to do chores for board. Apply Mrs. Lee, opposite. Osborn school. WANTED Girl for housework; fam ily of three. Mrs. De Mund, 620 N. Sixth St. WANTED Two good" sized bell boys at Hotel Adams, steady employ ment. Situations Wanted expeiTiTonTi sition in or out of city. 4i)3 W. Madison St. AMERICAN WOMAN witn two little daughters, axes 6 and S wishes posi tion ;i3 housekeeper or general housp work. Address Mrs. Arnold. 024 S. First Avenue. WANTED Position as bookkeeper by young lady. Address M. R., care Republican. sTtT' ATION WA NTED By young man of 23. Collecting or clerical work preferred. Address B. C, this Office. SITUATION WANTED Young man. 25, wants position as assistant book keeper, clerk, or in office work; re fined, educated, good character, and not afraid of work; can furnish ref erences. Address E. C. G., Repub lican. AMERICAN WOMAN with girl of 11 wants situation, general work or cooking. City or ranch, good plain cook. Address Mrs. Clark. 3140 W. Twenty-third AVe.. Denver. Colo. WANTED Position by Japanese boys at any kind of work. Good refer ence. Japanese club, 26 North Third street. Phoenix. Miscellaneous Wants WANTED Driving borso. must be cheap. 823 N. 2pd Street. The office of food is to supply heat and energy, to furnish the vital materials for growth and repair. WHEAT FLAKE CELERY As it is made from the whole grain of wheat, with celery, will furnish the elements to supply, beat, energy, growth and repair. Persons could live a long period of time with vigorous health upon nothing but this Food. Palatable Nutritious Can t: served hot. Put li a hot (Oc a package MJl;" T AH Ul'MflB WANTED A sound gentle irivi!i horse. Must weigh 1100 pounds or more. A. M. White. 21 W. Adims. PRIVATE instruction in German and Kreneh, by a highly educated Ger man lady in the best of health, re cently '. from Btrlin. Special atten tion to conversation. Hest refei erenc es. Terms reasonable. Kr;i j Baden, care Republican. WANTED Room and board by youn; man in private family. Please stati terms in answer. Address p. W. Republican. A FINE CHANCE for man with small capital to make easy money. IM:.' W. Wash. St. WANTED TO RENT Furnished or unfurnished house. 5 6 rooms. Not too f;.r out. medium price. FOR EXCHANGE 6-room brick, with shed kitchen; good well; lot o'lxlo'; to trade for desert land. Greene & Griffin. TO LOAN JTOij at 1 per cent, first class security in Tempo and vicinity. Address P. O. Box 1041. Tempe. WANT" t; D-TO E XCHANGE Four burner Insurance gasoline stov f. r small girls' bicycle. Call SOS South Third Ave. SEE MRS. RICKARD and Mrs. Groos for first class dress making at rea sonable prices. 234 West Monroe. VIAVI OFFICE Room 1 Anderson Block. Hours. 1 to 4 p. m. REFINED LADY, with good home, j would like to take care of small child or to adopt. For particulars, address Mrs. Robert Bright. P. O. Box 392. MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS experl enced car reader, tells past, present ' and future. LacMes, 25c; gentlemen. - CO cents. 223 Buchanan St, corner Thlrd. PICT LIRE Fiames mad- to order, all sizes and kinds at Balke's Big Curio Store. Lost and Psund L( iST Key ring and Keys. K turn to M. V. L-.rain- 3'T. Fleming block, and receive ieward. THREE ducks came to 373 North Sixth Ave. Owner call and prove property and pay expenses. L ST I'o-.ketbook between Indian school anil Phoenix, containing pa per ar.d silver money. Finder please leave at S24 South Second Ave., and receive reward. LOST Lot of business letters and a show card. Finder return to Ja-. Helm-.-r. ,s:;o North Second St., an 1 receive reward. STRAYED Bay horse, 6 years old. branded ,FI-"" on left side; weight about HoO pounds. Had on halter. Return to Ambrose corral. LOST IN PHOENIX An old fashioned locket watch charm. Kindly return Henry Adams, Hotel Adams. Reward. FOR SALE 10 acres, three miles north, good house and shade. 40 acres in alfalfa, fine location, close in, extra good soil, $4600. SO acres, fine land, under Arizona canal, $35 per acre; a first class specu lation. 80 acres, about 9 miles west of town; water rights in town ditch; half in al falfa; $60 per acre. 5-room brick house in Bennett addi-; tion modern; a splendid buy; $3200. 10-room, modern brick, close in; north part of town; a splendid oppor tunity to rent rooms; location cannot' be excelled. Big bargain for some one. Trice $3500. j 5-room house on North Second Ave., i fine shade; $2500. j 5-room brick; bath, gas, electric lights; fine corner lot; North Second j St.: close in: a bargain; $21". j 40 acres alfalfa; -ot;o in; $4eii(j. i MONEY TO LOAN on city and county projierty. FOR. RENT 5-room modern brick, $27.50. 4-room modern brick, $20. j 4- room furnished cottage, close in, I $25.00. ! 3 rooms, furnished, including fuel, j gas, lights. $43.00. 5- room brick, on South Second Ave, ' near Lincoln. $13.00. E.. E. PASCOE. 110 NORTH CENTER ST. FRUIT TREES. FRUIT TREES. From Stark Bros.' Nursery Co., at wholesale. Guaranteed true to name or money refunded. Replace all trees that die before first of August at half price. W'll call at your homes frum MejU to Arlington. Drop a card. Box S13, Phoenix. HALL BROS., Agents. t B tin W i ,'-.iVJV FOOD Mm 7 Easy of Digestion and Ready lo Eat ova for a few minute; or ceok la boiling ni:k. package 2 lots on East Washington street, in Col'ins addition, on street car line. City water in street; best buy in the city for an investment. $o down and S3 per month takes the two; you will have to hurry. 1 lot on North 11th avenue, one block north of the City Library, for $300; $5 down and $5 per month. 5 lots on North 12th Avenue, at J2."0 per lot; $3 down and $3 per month. Your choice of the 5 lots. N 3- room frame house, for $430; easy payments; $23 down and $7 per month. 4- room frame house, with corner lot and plenty of shade for $300; $23 down and $10 per month. 1 lot with portable house and city water, for $273; $10 down and $10 p. r month. 9-room, two-story brick house in Capital addition with bath, for $1S3"; $100 down and $23 per month. This house could not be built today for le.s than $22oo. 6-room- house with two lots, good lawn, chicken yard and stable for $ 125m. Owner leaving the city, reason for sell ing. 6-room brick house with front and rear porches, fenced and small stable in rear, for $1330; $200 down and $25 per month. 5- room house with screen sleeping room,- hot and cold water bath, gas end electric light; stable for horse; house located on North Second Av enue. All for $2500. 1 portable house with city water furnished; close in; never been used, for $7 per month. 1 furnished portable house with city water; never been occupied, for $12 per month. 6-room brick on north side for $25 per month. 5-room "brick house with all modern conveniences, for $23 per month. 4- room house with good shade, new ly papered, for $12 per month. 5- room furnished house with pas ture for horse and cow, for $33 per month. "-room two-story brick, with bath, good shad.? and lawn, stable for horj-e, all for $20 per munth. f PECK A BROTHERS Phon Red 901. 512 W. Whinatn 8U Phosnix. Aril. . fl ilnnnWrmifJao Here Is a chance to get a home, if you will take advantage of our offer. We have a tract of fine land three miles from town, partly in alfalfa, and plenty of Salt water. Will sell 40 or SO 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 acres, one mile from Capitol buildirg; 4-room house, well, windmill and tar.k, and good dairy house; plenty of shade; Salt water; nearly all In alfalfa. A snap. $1650. 40 acres, three miles from city; good house, two barns, fine corral; rice shade; good well. A bargain for $425i". 75 acres, seven miles west; all in alfalfa: o::e of the best im proved small ranches in the val lay. Investigate. Two of the finest residences in Phoenix at a bargain. li li. I, Latham & Go REAL ESTATE Fire, Accident and Plate Glass Insurance and Surety Bonds. MONEY TO LOAN 44 Ktrth Center Street. Phone K&ln 220. ii 14 J Fifteen assays or analyses for $3.00. Gold, Silver, Lead, Copper, Iron, Zinc, Silica, Calcium or Manganese. AVii'e for particulars. THE HENRY HANSON CHEMICAL RESEARCH CO., Analytical a.-.i Consulting Chemists, 54 Railroad Bldj., Denver, Col, U. S. A. For Sale For Rent HORSES ENTERED fOR FAIR STAKE RACES A Big List Including Ma frf f With Good Speed Records J4 Yj Ones of Notable Pedij, Entries have tlewr-l f tj. s;.,v races to be hell durlny t ur:'.- ! fair and the manae. nv-i:t ha ; list- public? as folio 2:14 TROT. Name Zomboytt G.-n. T. ju.-er Knight W::i. M t; . Dewey L. jr. Ralph c. ,;. Th 'hai!:e T J. Trn-A. I Maro;le W. A. Clark J-. Tom Moor,. , j . .. . Jessie Matk v. C. O:-..- 2:M TROT. Dew ev . . . i. :.r. ? J G. Oat,, n - J. C. M ra v I D il: : - W. L. U rvi-i .. Itvoi J. r- -t i. I;. r-T. ... W. t".rt j . ... W. A. ".-. J . S. T--. : '. J T,.'v- - . W. 1. ir -r PACE. .. . i ;. rf, I. IWlTi! - - i .. ! J. T- . J. A tA-r J. ' A '.r J. '. A J. iiir 2. . ;. ; . PACE. . . . S t s ,v I ", t . - - S. V. . A. J . i Graee I'.oa 1 Lady Mo wry Dr. Frasse Queer Knight Helen No! t Mack Ma. k B.;i Yoyaec Marone Chariie T Ralph B":aln.o's Brother 2:09 Jonesa Bas l.-r ... Phallu The Don:;, Delilah Ptranger Castlewoo-l ....... 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Dope So Henry Iee Nettie Oh So Pnze oh s- W. II. ' . : . . . F. I . -.. 1 1 . -. J.., ... W. . You may ;et t:ie j r:-. ;i-k Daisy Flour. Prof. Fountain, teacher f cm-! ' ;. guitar, violin ar.d a'.l ir.s" run-: i at home. He l as bro-jsht fr.. :i N . ; York a larg stock ..f Musivi! Ir-t' i jmer.ts and Sheet MuIc. ('a ! at K - tain's Muic Store ZiZ Ea-t V.;: I ton St. Oh, Doncfrlo. who lives cut it Has made a candy which is ' best. A product of the desert. .r4y. Is his Crystallized Cactus Zntft MONEY MAKERS M'KEC'S Hair dressing. 11 South lVhtf t. Get your hand in the u e.:-!i a:. 4 your grocer for Perfect !! cir. The Mutual Life lr.sura-c Ccm4 of New York. NOTICE TO POLICYHOLDER rf- The official st.u.--:i.. -nr. -. .' hp used as a ballot f r - mji. hav ing been sent to - !. ;- e fc-:if on October ii. any vo r f.i:'..rs re ceive the same in due ..'- -fU''S'ed to send his l;:tme a i - . to the con i p;i ny. New ': .' ;; 1 -d. r that a duplicate i!.. y 1 t.t V-- $3150.00 l.uys a lot l2.-.2f.".. rli f Ti...---- . .i-looi:i f ia!;i ilAi-l'i!. !....'. !-'-ed. with furniture: jl-r.ty .f t-.f--. abundance of sh.i.i-: ;;...r. etc. te-od poultry sard: ..: li" bloc-ks from car '..n--. 50 iii(h.s of w. $2 pf" inih. Great bargains In Desert Lane. FOR- 5ALE 24.' acres desert land: f.ii-. : '. j loam and level; res.-:.-.r -.-.---r: t. ! $12.50 per acre; v. i'l be w j:ia per acre in three years. Three- bits on Fir-t Sr. f.a: f.-T.t. on fon'T and om tar li l-; il" '' MONEY TO LOAN In Any Qsiactitj e. j. "uENNirr 11 and 18 Ncrth Cntw St.