THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY JlOltMNti, FEISKUAltY 29, 1008.
Advertisements running for less than
AUCTION Wednesday, March 4th,
commencing at 10 a. m. THIS AR
CADE in the Horner Block, 32 South
Center stre-t. The contents of 20
rooms which Is extra high grade
and completely furnished, consisting
in part of leather upholstered
couches, rockers, chairs, oak chairs,
and rockers, wicker chairs and rock
ers, lace curtains, large oil paintings,
and pictures, parlor desks, hand j
carved oak bedroom suite, costing j
new T25'J. Black walnut suite cost- I
ing new, $3on. Inlaid dressers and '
commodes, enameled iron beds. I
wardrobes, chif funieres. handsome I
folding beds, hall tree. Oriental por
tieres, pr. glass portieres which cost
40 in Honolulu, beautiful rugs, car
prts and linoleum, bedding and lin
ens of al! sorts, gas range, sewing
machines, dishes, china closet, dining
lalile. sideboard, dining chairs, re
frigerator, toilet sets, heating stoves
and other articles too numerous to
mention. The goods are all high
class, and like new. No sickness has
been in the house. Sale starts
promptly at 10 a. in. Wednesday.
Building sold and all must go. Mrs.
Isabella Horner, owner.. Hammond,
COMBINATION AUCTION SALE !
Monday March 2. at the Wm. Ells- j
worth ranch, commencing l": 30 a.
m. O, e mile south of the Mesa!
Flour Mills, we will sell about 20 '
horses consisting of one span of i
Clydesdale geldings, ages 4 years.
weight 3"o pounds; (veil matched)
and broken (sound): span mares,
weight 2iiu0, first class work team;
several other work teams, also sever
al single drivers and saddle horses.
Registered Durham bull, pure Dur
ham hejfer. several good cows, surrey
three heavy farm wagons, milk wa
gon, two mowers, two rakes, plows,
disc harrow, work bench, grindstone.!
bicycle, shotgun. general lot ofj
household goods, loo pure Brown;
Leghorn hens; double and single
harness. Terms made known on day J
of sale. Sandwiches and coifee at
noon. Parties having anything they j
want sold may bring them. Ham- I
inond, auctioneer. Phone Red 411.
I "OR SALE BarreO Plymouth Rock ;
cockerel, cheap. Four-time winner!
in Kansas. Several Black Minorca
cockerels. Coebel, 3 miles east In
FOR SALE Three nine months old
colts, one extra good, fine looker and
size. By Senator L, out of well gait
ed trotting ,mare. One by Orme's
Roourke out of handsome 1200 n
mare. One large mule colt hy War
ren's iimnioin Jack, out of Hm tb
mare. Goebel, 3 miles east Indian
For SALE Jersey bull eight months
oid. out of thoroughbred noii-regis-trrrd
cow testing six per cent butter
fat; sr--d by Sir Ashton No. 77212 A
J. C. C. 1st prize third territorial
fair. v. ;th records on both sides, of
i;HS ar'd over 70 His butter in one i
car. A bargain at $25. Can be seen J
at Bywuler ranch two miles north
'rom fair grounds, and 1-4 mile west. I
Kdith Evans. i
I'll SALE Good barley pasturage,
inside city limits. 12SX E. Van Bu
ien. F Jt SALE Fourteen and a haif acres
of fruit land half mile east of Indian
school, adjoining $2M land, at the
low I'rce o 1SOO for ten days. E.
J. Bovnitt f- Co.
KoR SALE 40 acres highly improved ,
House, burn, fenc ed etc. Two miles t
ca.-t. Everything first class. $20o per ;
acre. Also first class 4'i acre ranch (
bighlv iinorovcd two miles north
west. Pox cl.
1 c il
In ac res fine land in al--aiu
two miles north of
st. $21". Ten acres gar
Van Bun u
den 'am' 2
ni "es east of waterworks, j
17". Ten acres two miles south-
west Cardiol. ?12o. Ten acres all j
in alfalfa; frame cottage, well. Pos-
session at once, t"o miles west of
Capitol. F. Barr. 4 West Adams St.
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Silver
Laced Wyandotte eggs. 14 for $1.50.
Also one thoroughbred S. L. rooster
II. 50. '02! E. Polk St.
KoR SALE 60 tons of grain hay and
first cro: of alfalfa, for $5 per ton.
Water and alfalfa field for one
month r-rntis, if sold at opce. John
W. Searrreant. 12 miles west.
FOR SALE One SCO egg and two 200
Kg incubators, nearly new, for salo
r!i:- p. For iMrt.i'.u'ars addicts il. S.
'mil A-!: Fork. Ari;on.
Not only will the 'X'ld Hick tv" L-:ir tin- .'- s
Inspection but it has stood the trst if time-. An .
estigation will show lh;it those who us. "Old H:lv
ory" wagons are not troubled u ith broken axle's,
broken spokes, split rims, loose tires anil the many
wagon troubles so common. Investigate this you will
see that every spoke Is riveted, the spokes, axles and
all the wood parts are selected of choice material
which has been kept in stork until it is bone dry
and then bv a special contract we have arranged so
that every wagon we order is given anotlvr special
seasoning to inert Arizona conditions. "e invite
the must careful investigation.
V V -
one month must be paid in advance.
FOR SALE Lund under the Buckeye
canal. $3o to $75 per acre, abundance
of water: :mi know this land is go
ing higher; buy a farm before it gets
out of your reach. Four families
have boicht farms hero within the
last week: when they know the truth
iibout Buckeye, they buv farms.
Come and see. Let us tell you how.
Buckeye Home Founders'
-o acres ir. alfalfa
from to- n. The best snap in the
valley at $t."o per acre. Also 20 acres
under cultivation wish 6 room brick
house, kitchen aid servant's room,
cellar and garret, carriage and milk
noiise. a very line nome place for a j
little money. $.r.roo will buy it. Call at
Fa:r. 212 E. Washington St.
FOR SALE A span or good work
horses. Single or double. Price
$125 for the spun. E. Brashear
one mile north of Indian school on
Cave Creek Road P. F D 2.
FOR SALE Hogs, shouts and pigs.
F. G. Wolf. 1 1-2 miles north of In
dian school. Cave Creek road.
I Fi R SALE A few n:ce shoats.
near dress Ralph Wilson. R F D
A Ilium bra.
FOR SALE Mi -Conn irk mowvi
rake. 12 in. plow. Inquire at i
First and Monroe sts. G. R. Lv
KoR SALE Gold mines, or bond, four
or five mines in a bunch. Have
about twenty of them, carries 10 ir.
gold, and 9 feet wide. Also twelve
to eighteen inches, from $20 to $fin in '
gold. J. O. LiH'khart, Phoenix Ariz.
FOR SALB Three dozen chickens. C.
REtJer. R. F. D. No. 1.
l-'oR SALE Choice Blue Amlalusian
j cockerels at W. P. Sears' place on
j Center St. P. R. Helm.
j-ok sj.Mr. out oor Business prop
osition. Republican. Tempo.
A Vi T,IOXT?A TFRIXAY at 1:30 p. in.,
at Hammond's Auction House. 23 S.
First Ave. Will sell all kinds of
household furnishings, poultry, driv
ing and work horses, guns and
wheels. List all you have to sell,
with us. Telephone Red 411. W. D.
FOR SALE Bids in writing are invit
ed for all or any part of
t..e following, property belong
ing to William E. Thorne estate:
Waverly House. N. E. corner Adams
and Third Ave.; 40 acres on Yuma
road close in: south half Block 20.
Neahr's addition; lots S 10 and 12.
Block 45. City of Phoenix.
subjec t to acceptance by pdminis
trators. Terms one-third cash, bal
ance at low rate of interest. Lysan
der Cassidy. Creighton Block.
FOR SALE Well bred mare. ' Valley
FOR SALE 160 acres good land. 20 In
grain anil- in acres more cleared.
Good water and wood enough to last
a life-time. Excellent opportunity
for stock ranch. Place is all fenced
and has portable house and other
buildings. Will take city property In j
part payment or horses and wagon. I
Balance cash. Reason for selling, i
owner lias other interests that de
mand his attention. Address P. o.
Forf SALE $3500. "Nacres, ''BTmrde
View" ranch. Good well, windmill
and tank, piping etc. Barn and cor
rul. Orange land. No. 1 location for
Health resort. Bark & Burnett, 141-2
N. Center St.
FOR SALE $125 per acre. 20 acres
of fine, smooth orange land. 4 miles
north tif town. Water right in Ari
zona canal. Signed up. Fine resi
dential property. Bark & Burnett
141-3 N. Center St.
FOR SALE Fifteen 2 oar old steers.
Goo. Gillmotr, 1 mile east of Asylum
FOR SALE -A new
portable Imusi .
Address C, care
I renirany loraieii.
FOR SALE Why pay rent when you
ran have a home to suit you? We
are building some desirable bunga
lows. The location will please you.
So will the prices. Elliot Evans Co..
15 East Adams St.
FOR SA LE Graded bull, $35; stallion,
$250. Geo. Xichols, Tempe.
FOR SALE Eggs for hatching from
iuipoiiiil Indian runner duc ks. JI.imi
Per petting. H. C. Thomas, end of
Jndian fcchooj car line.
i FOR SALE Tu louse goose eggs. Mrs.
FOR SALE Ten house, 72') South
First street, 12x14 feet, nearly new.
FOR SALE Two drop head Singer
srwing machines. 720 South First
FOR S A L E H one y "n" five--gallon
tans. Samuel Harper, 504 South
FOR SALE Stock hogs, or ou can
feed for increase. Be uick. Jas. G.
FOR SALE Orange, pomelo, lemon
tangerine and olive trees. Chas. Bur
roughs. 1138 East Monroe. Phone.
FOR SALE Gravel.
Call Fred War-
ren at Ixnint's Ice factory.
ARIZONA ORANGES. $1.50 box. Wm.
P. Crump Hav and Grain Co., 29 E.
FOR SALE Will deliver horn-: grown
trees anywhere in the city. Drop
us a card. Hall Bros.
F R SALE Good paying bakery.
Poor health reason for selling. Ad
dress Box 524, Tucson. Ariz.
FOR SALE City ana country prop
erty. Improved or unimproved, in
vestment and speculative, large or
small both in value and size. Let
me show you my specials. W. K.
James, 37. N. Center.
FOR SALE 100 yearling grape vines
approved varieties. Price $2.50 per
hundred. S. M. Huston R. F. D. No.
1. four and one half miles southeast
FOR SALE Thriving real estate and
insurance business. Address P. O.
Box 1047. Phoenix. Arizona.
FOlV SALE Land "in '2o7 40 and 80
ac re tracts, on ten years' time, 6 per
tent interest payable annually. Good
water rights, also signed up to the
reservoir. Mrs. W. E. Springer, 13
miles west on Christy road. R. F. D.
FOR SALE Wood from 50c up: also
I grorcries, hay and grain. M. J. Brady
j 424 S. 2nd St. Telephone Black 264.
j FC'R SALE Fresh ground bone for
chickens. Joe Bush at City Meat
; Market. Phone Main 200.
FOR SAIJ; Chcwc city property,
houses. Some fine 10 acre pieces
near town. H. Riddle 17 No. First
FOR SALE First class laundry, new
and complete. Running on good
paying basis. Inquire Drane and
Silverthorne, Mesa Arizona.
tOR SALE Distilled water,
i L-f I rTrx"e I- :.. i v.
ivc.- I r in nisiifu UKUl lliiuse
heeMo rooms. ,i" ( .Norm r irsi Ave.
FOR RENT Furnished portable cot
tage. Good location. Inquire 1201 E.
FOR RENT Hi ac res for .!0 to Oct.
1st. Water paid. Call 312 No. 1st Ave.
F R RENT Three roc mis for fight
housekeeping. 504 South 7th Ave.
FOR RENT Sunny furnished front
room at t!:o Copi-land No. 36S N. 2nd
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
housekeeping. 50fi K. Adams St.
FOI : RENT Two ligh t h o u sc kec i n g
rooms, Sli N. Fourth St.
Ft R RENT New one-room furnish
ed cottage with screen room on car
line. 1511 East Washington St.
FOR RENT Choice housekeeping
rooms. The Irving, 530 West Wash
FOR RENT To nice furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. No children.
Close in. 505 N. First St.
FOR RENT Fine 5
houses. 402 N. 7th Ave
F( iR RENT A
rooms, at once
124 West Wash.
j FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms, zin n. jtli St.'
Ft R RENT I 'uTiilsiicd Tent house" for
light housekeeping. S. C. Thomas,
end of Indian school car line.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished "liousc
koeping rooms. 722 North Second
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms
close in. 310 East Van Ruren St.
WANTEIJ Girl to do ' housework.
Permanent position. Mrs. W. L. Van
loren. 612 N. 3rd Ave.
WANTED Lady to cook and take care
of two rooms for girl who is semi
sick. Easy work. Inquire 1311 E.
Van Buren. .
HELP WANTED Mr to work for
room Hi!i board. Address G W care
WANTED A woman or girl to do
housework. No washing. Family of
two. Good easy place. 4o6 North 7th
WANTED Cook at Olivet ranch.
Steady job to right party. Call room
4 rear I'nion Bank. Munger Bros.
WANTED All-round ranch hand.
Must understand handling stock and
irrigating. No other need apply. 6
miles west and 2 miles south of
Yuma road. R. Reynolds R. F. D. 4.
WANTED Laundress to do washing
and Ironins to be taken home. Ap
ply at 13th and California, N. E.
WANTED Woman cook and general
housework. Mrs. Gordon Tweed, j
Center St. and McDowell Road. J
WANTED A milker. R. IL Woolf.
2 1-2 miles north of Five Points. i
WANTED Girl for general housework.
Permanent position, pleasant home,
pleasant climate. Address Mrs. E.
S. Clark. Prescott Arizona.
'WANTED Civil engineer (26) ) wishes
to locate in Phoenix or vicinity.
Graduate technical Fehool. 4 years
experience in railroad and municipal
work. Will work at anything to
start. H. P. Greenwood, Apdo 21,
Sablnas, Ooah, Mex.
GOOD proposition for reliable woman
to introduce good selling article.
Call mornings at 511 N. 2nd St.
WANTED Immediately, experienced
hotel chambermaid: also bell boy
who has had experience In first cjass
hotels. Must be In good health and
willing to work. Communicate by
letter or telephone. Castle Hot
WANTED Men to learn plumbing,
electricity, plastering, bricklaying,
drafting and plan reading; day and
night; no books. Positions secured.
Free catalogue. Coyne National
Trade Schools, 230-240 8th St., San
WANTED Girl wants work either
hoiiseker- ;ng or chamber work. Ad
dress H C care Republican.
WANTED Position by an all round
furniture man who understands the
business. 17 yearn' experience. Best
references, and in good health. Geo.
Bulvcher. 4j N. St.. Fresno. Calif.
WANTED Position by young woman,
housekeping or second work. Address
X. V. care Republican.
WANTED Any kind clerical position
by young man of experience and
with best of references. Perfectly
healthy. P. N. Box No. 774.
WANTED Japanese j.'ook wants situ
ation !n .private family. City or
country. Has references. R. K.
WANTED First and second cooks
want position in camp or other place,
flood references. Address Box G. R.
STENOGRAPHER Experienced In
real estate, law and bank work. In
good health and best of references,
wishes position. Address Miss A. J.,
376 North Fourth avenue.
WANTED Japanese boy wants posi
tion at any kind of work. Japanese
Club, Phoenix. 640 W. . Monroe St.
Phone Red 442.
WANTED A mule, about 1100 pounds.
M ist be sound and well broken. En
quire of E J. Dalryniple Commercial
Tc7 ffoRSE BREEDERS Duke, bel
ter known as the Kritser horse, will
stand this year at my ranch, one
mile south, and half mile west of
Fowle r school house: also Wilkes Jr.
a promising two-year-old. a good
roadster and full of life, shipped here
from Kansas. Terms, $10 to insure
mare with foal. Non-resido.its. cash
in advance. Both horses will be un
der the charge of L. II. Allen. Kind,
prompt and courteous attention giv
en. A. I?. Tai lor.
WA NT ED To" b u y five or six room
brick cottage: north part of city pre
ferred. Answer, giving address of
party that can give full particulars.
White E. B. care Republican.
WANTED Team of mountain raised
horses. Weight IB'0 to 1200 pounds,
4 to 7 years old. Want onlv good
horses. Call at Room 7, Monihon
WHERE WATER IS sufficient alfalfa
is Arizona's staple. Alfalfa raising
is the easiest and surest way to
make money. There is no need to
"herd water at night with a lantern"
at Buckeye; if a little gets away
there will be enough left to properly
irrigate your crops in the dav time.
Any crop you wish to grow does well
here. Buckeye Home Founders' As
sociation, Liberty Arizona.
WANTED Young man, Al references,
wants nicely furnished room. Would
like location north side, near post of
fice. Am permanently located here,
mid not sick. Address P. it. Box 304.
WANTED-Room aruFboard with pri
vate family during summer. Close
In. Address A. F. Jones at Gerard
Jones lry Goods Co.
WANTED To buy team of young
brood and work mares. L. E. Shep
hard. R. F. D. No. 4.
WANTED Room and board in private
family. Healthy. W. E. Briggs, 221
MONEY LOANED on Improved real
estate in sums to suit. Room 405
FORREST SANITARIUM Private
rooms and the best of attention and
care at moderate terms. Phone 436
No. 620 Western Ave. Mrs. F. D.
Forrest. Prescott Ariz.
TO LOAN $5000 to $ln,000 on income
business property.- E. J. Bonuitt &
C1VLL SERVICE POSITIONS Gov
ernment work is sure, steady and
well paid, with short hours and long
vacations, and is easy to get. For
information on how to secure a well
paying government position apply to
Civil Service School, box 799, Scran
COME to us, when you Tant a trunk
bauled and roped. Only 25c Always
on time. Lightning Delivery and
HA IR D RESsTnG PAItLOR Mrs.
Aylwln, 11 South Center St. Sham
pooing, manicuring, hair g-ynin, fa
PICTURE Frame mad to order, all
and k'oej at hrlkt If Cvjf
WANTED Mining man, with plant
and going proposition wants to meet
a monied man with view to partner
ship. Address Capital, 83 Republi
MME. FLORENCE WHITBSclentif
1c palmist, and psychic. Advice on
business, health and mining. May
le engaged for entertainments. 27
E. Monroe St. near Postofflce.
MISS TROWBRIDGE landscape art
ist, oil and water color paintings of
Arizona scenery on sale at Adams
and Ford Hotel, and at studio. The
New Dennis, corner 2nd St. and
MRSELIZAA. EDWARDS Exper
lenced card reader. Sees past, pres
ent end future. Ladles, 25c;
gentlemen 60 cents. 223 Buchanan
St., corner Third. '
LADIES and CHILDREN Shampoo
ing with distilled water. Manicur
ing. Hair and scalp treatment a
specialty by Mrs. Ellle Wake at
Frank Shirley's, 39 E. Adams Street.
Phone Red 72.
ST A RLE AND CORRAL,
ON CALL HACKS ON CALL
Golden Eagle Stable. Tel Main El.
Busses. Ambulance. Livery.
PIONEER STABLES Moved to larg
er quarters and fitted up in first
class shape. Old Benton place, 31 S.
3rd St, Phone Main 235.
The Congress Stage meets ail trains.
A. P. Mlltenberg. Proprietor.
FOR "NICE RIGS, good saddle horses,
and best service call on the Metropol
itan BtaUes, 426 W. Washington St
J. W. Block Prop. Phone B. 795.
1 RENT RIGS and saddle horses by
day, week or month; mountain rigs
a specialty; horses, mules, outfits
bought and sold on commission. Am
brose Corral, 6th Ave, and Van Bu
ren. Phone Main 55.
LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLES
Electrical horseclipptng a specialty.
Ensign's, cor. 1st St., and Adams.
Phone. Main 96.
rigs in Arizona, call at the Club i
Stables, North Center street near)
' Post Off1c. Tel Main 2S3.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST On Tempe road, from Phoenix
an old brown chinchilla overcoat.
Finder leave at Adams Pharmacy
and receive reward.
Lt 1ST Small boy's overcoat: brass
buttons or. or near Park Road. Re
turn to Donofrio's Furniture Store.
LOST A h.rge black ieath'r handbag
containing gold watch. Initials I N
C 1SS5; deer's head on each side;
also sma'l purse with change in it:
check book on Vallev Bank: mani
cure set; fever thermometer and let
ters. Suitable reward if returned to
LOST On ten mile trip northwest of
town, a pair of gold bowed spectacles ;
in spring top case. Case contained i
an address and billhead of Phoenix j
Furniture Co. Return to Tribol"t's
meat market. Bookkeeper. Reward, j
LOST Front case of ladies watch, j
bearing monogram E P W. Finder j
please return or telephone to Miss ;
Wise. Auditor's office. Suitable re- j
L' 'S t Eastern Star pin. lteward.
Leave at Greggs Paint Shop, north
BOARDING AND R003I-
IDEAL SI MMER HOME for health
seekers. Fine lawn and shade. Home
cooking. Ashland Place 1153 E. Van
Buren St. Tel Red 1905.
ROOMS AND BOARD At 119 West
Jefferson St. For the sick $10 per
i week and up. Phone Red 554.
VALLEY LODGING HOUSE Rooms
THE WHARTON HOUSE Moat cen
trally located rooming house In
town. 38 North Center SL Nicely
furnished rooms at reasonable rates.
No consumptives taken. Prop. E.
BELLM ONT ROOMING HOU SE
Rooms by day, week or month. $1.60
to $3.00 per week. Healthseekers
cared for. Corner Van Buren and
BOARD AND ROOMS At the Nord
rach or board without room. Enjoy
good, wholesome borne cooked meals.
All white help. Mrs. M. J. Dobbs,
42 South 2nd Ave.
STAR LODGING HOUSE Phoenix.
Good clean beds 25c. Liberally fur
nished. Modern. Lunch counter.
Also free employment office. One
block southeast of Santa Fe Depot
Henry Rixen. prro.
10 acres, nice smooth land, 4 miles
from town under Arizona canal. $25
A CHOICE tract on Brill car line-,
close in, cheap.
10-ACRE TRACT adjoining the city
These anc all good bargains.
TAYLOR-BERRYM AN CO.
Real Eestate. 47 N. Center St
Ten acre ranch, will Improved and
well located. $2,650.
Twentv neres of fine nranirp land
ready to plant. $150 per acre.
100 acres Improved, with house;
gram and ulfalfa. $40 per aero.
J. l. mviN
11 NORTH FIRST AVE.
Agent for Walker Portable House.
MRS. A. 8. HINE,
Board of Trade. Notary Publlo.
Donofrio's "Crystallized Cactus Can
dy" whether you're found,
I love you thru and thru.
There's nothing all the world around,
One half as sweet as you.
Note These Facts
Tou cannot hypothecate rent receipts. Property values are ever
on the increase here. To get all the profits out of your money invest
it yourself In Real Estate. The true way to wealth is to let the in
crease In land values make you rich, as it has most of our wealthy
people. Invest your money at once in real estate because of its abso
lute security and immense profits. Here we have the richest soil
with plenty of irrigating water for every acre, all the time. Tou have
an extensive list to select from, get courteous treatment and have a
pleasant transaction when you buy through the
Independent Real Estate Co.,
(15 years in business here.)
Phone Black 202. 45 South Center Street.
Nine rooni2 story house, with
modern improvements and S'.i
acres of land, ubout 2'i acres in
pasture, balance in lawn set to
a great variety of trees and
shrubs. Watc r piped to barn
and to several points on lot.
Only one block from car line.
This is a, snap at $6,000.
Modern 10-room two story
brick house, only six blocks from
Center and Washington streets.
With two lots well improved.
Price $5,750. It would cost $3,
000 to duplicate this place.
MONEY TO LOAN.
200 W. Washington St.
Opposite Ford Hotel
Sole and Rental
SO acres, signed up under the reser
voir, six miles west of the city, at
J4o per acre. This is a good one. and
will sell for a good advance in one
4') acre farm. 21.-.. miles from city. 20
acres in alfalfa, balance in grain, and
assorted fruit orchard; an eight-room
pebble-dashed house. This place is
highly improved and if you are looking
for something like this, it will be to
your interest to consult us about it.
One of the neatest home looking
places t lux t we have, has just been put
oi the market: consists of a three
rooni and screen room brick cottage,
modern, ni'.-e shade, lawn and roses,
a corner lot, close in. Price $1600;
Your choice in location, prices and
terms, of loo nice, full size, residence
lots, that will pay you good returns
inside of one year.
TO LET A good a room all mod
ern brick cottage, nicely furnished,
close in; rents for $:;." per month.
TO LET Three unfurnished house s,
each one O.K., at $12 to $15 per month.
Kinney & Pecka,
Rcm Estate, Sal and Rental.
Fira, Burglary Insurance. Surety
35 E. Adams St. Phana Black 79
TAKE IT EASY
LISTEN: I have a Ftore; 2 houses,
S lots. Ow'n water system. Water
in bath, kitche n, store, barn and chick
en yards. Plenty of trees, palms,
roses, etc. Alfalfa enough for cow
aml horse. Only l'i miles east of
center of city, near school. Has every
advantage of both city and country
life; 2 bloc ks of car line. Store doing
a growing business; n delivery or so
liciting. TAKE IT EASY. Easy money, easy
work, and will easily double price ask
ed in 5 years. Easy terms; only a
little cash required. Good reason for
my selling. Call 1629 E. Van Buren.
Call and see us; our work Is
first class and our prices low.
Give us a trial and we will
please you both 'with ouV work
Johnson & Remsboftom
Practical Plumbers, 22 N. Sec
ond Street. Phone Black 541.
Repair work promptly taken
Dwigiii B, Heard
For Sale -
f" ai res 2'i miles northwest of
PI nix, at $l:'.." per acre. A
fin slo''!i ranch. Ho a 'res ad
joining producing orchard, at
S75 pER ACRE.
10 acres on Central Ave., a
corner lot, can he divided to'
good advantage. Price
I) wish! 8. Heard
Centrally located, having income
of $200.0 per month.
Those interested and who
mean business can . secure this
property on liberal terms.
For particulars see
1-18 No. Center St.
CHOICE 5 ACRE LOTS ADJOIN
ING PHOENIX ON THE NORTH-
I EAST; FINE SOIL, BEST WATER
PRIVILEGES; BEAUTIFUL LOCA
TION, prices S1250 to S150O
THE BEST HIGHLY IMPROVED
160 ACRES IN THE VALLEY;
CLOSE IN AND CHEAP.
THE BEST 320 ACRE RANCH IN
THE VALLEY AT THE PRICE IN
A HIGH STATE OF CULTIVATION.
TWO HIGHLY IMPROVED 40
ACRE TRACTS, CLOSE IN, AT A
II. I. Latham
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND
44 N. Center St. Phone Main 220.
Six room frame house.' well built,
with two lots, fenced with chicken
wire, gxiel M.ddo and chicken house,
shade and shrubbery.
Four room brick house with 50 foot
lot, for $S"0.tiO.
One lot in Churchill Addition for
$2"0.c;ii. easy payments, $10.00 down
and $.".i'H per month.
Two lots on
corner, close in, for
Small frame house furnished, never
been occupied, ill suburbs of city, for
$12. "0 per month.
Six room brick, close in. will bo
rented ch"ap to right party.
Seven room brick and frame house,
close in. for $2'i.i'ii per month.
Five r-oiii brick, will be vacant in a
few clays, fur $lo.0 per month.
B. G. PECKA
$10-412 Wert Washington St.
Real Estate, Loans and Insurant.
Phone Red IfL
A 48 Acre Ranch
One of the best in the Salt P.iver
Valley, all fenced and in alfalfa.
Best of water rights: about one
ni'le northeast of Fair grounds.
Can be bought right now for
$2i'0 per acre.
Call and see our list of ranch
and city property.
210 W. WASH. PHONE B 451.
We have a client who will
Trade 169 Acres
of good land under Arizona canal
FOR BUSINESS LOTS
on Washington, Center, Adams, First
Avenue or First' StreeL
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance. '
9 West Adams. Phone ij!aclt 71L
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