TOE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1908.
HOW AND WHY
ARE SWEEPING THE FIELD
On June 1st a creamery skimming station four miles
from Milton. Wis., closed its doors. Thirty-two farmers had
been having heir milk skimmed there. When the station
closet) they were compelled to buy their own separators.
Thirty-one of them bought DE LAVAL machines, notwith
standing agents of eight different makes of separators were
on the scene hot after the business. This is only a fair
example of how the 1908 improved DE LAVAL is making
a "clean sweep" of the separator business in every dairying
section from the Atlantic to the Pacific.
The DE LAVAL factory has been working every avail
able man night and day since early in February and is now
more than 2,000 machines behind orders, so great has been
the .demand for the new and Improved machines.
The 1S08 DE LAVAL machines are simply so over
whelmingly superior in every way to anything else in the
shape of; a cream seimrator that it Is only natural that well
informed" buyers everywhere will have nothlngelse. They
are beautiful in design, perfect In construction, and ever
lasting" in daily use. They are made in ten new styles and
ten new capacities, with a size for every dairy from tha
smallest to the largest, and are sold at ten new prices that
are just right and much the cheapest of all for the value
A new 190S catalogue, constituting a separator educa
tion in itself, and any desired particulars are to be had for
the mere asking.
Advertisements running for Uss than
AUCTION SALE Saturday at 1:30 p.
m. at Hammond's Auction House,
household goods, chickens, horses,
buggies, bicycles, shot guns. List all
you have with Hammond. Telephone
PUBLIC SALE Monday, July 13, at
2 p. m. Having sold my ranch, I
will sell at my residence on the
Tempe road, two miles east of Cen
ter street, my cows and heifers,
which consist of fifteen extra good
young milch cows, all heavy milkers
and all select; also two heifers, all
Durhams except two which are Jer
seys. Anyone having stock to sell
may bring them and have them sold
at this sale. William Gilson, owner.
'R SALE Good black mare, broke to
drive double and single; a young
colt, cheap for cash at Ambrose Cor
ral, Five Points.
FOR SALE Forty acres four miles
from city highly improved, good
h-ise, well, all in alfalfa except or
chard; stock, tools, horses, everything
Kin- for $175 lier acre. F. Barr, 4
West Adams street.
FOR SALE Three lots in University
adiiition, 500 will take them if you
will hurry to The Republican office
and talk with Smith or Stauffer.
FR SALE One of the best residence
lots on North First street for 1550
if taken at once. This is your
chance. See Stauffer or Smith at The
FOR SALE Eight well located lots
in Brill's addition on car line; each
lut is 50x200 feet. For a few days
only, $1650 cash. See Clifford Smith
at The Republican office.
FUR burros for sale at Cowboy cor-
FOR SALE CHEAP Ticket to Den
ver. Call today at the Ford hotel.
F R SALE Good milch cow, 4 to 5
gallons daily. P. O. Seaton, three
quarters mile east of the end of In
dian school car line.
FOR SALE Team of fine driving
mares perfectly matched; must be
seen to be appreciated. A bargain if
sold at once. Carson & Holt, 43 W.
Foil SALE A strictly high grade
mining proposition. For particulars
see Carson & Holt, 43 West Adams.
FOR SALE 200 brown Leghorn hens,
two tent houses, horse and buggy,
and implements. At Moffat road
and Appropriators' Canal. R. R. No.
1. A. W. Bender.
For SALE Plums, 3c per pound;
phone orders promptly delivered.
Half mile north of Alhambra. A. B.
Perry, iihone county 87.
CATTLEM EN TAKE NOTICE 120
acres of stubble, 40 acres of al
falfa for sale, ten miles west. Terms
reasonable. See L. H. Seargeant,
1-2 mile north of Alhambra Brick
Yard, or R F. D. No. 3.
FOR SALE Piano cheap enquire 27. E.
FOR SALE A good span of mules,
three years old, both black and good
workers. One mile north of Indian
school on Cave Creek road, E. Bra
shear, R. F. D. No. 2.
FOR SALE One milk goat, 45 Port
land Place. Phone Elack 846.
FOR SALE A half interest or all in
a good manufacutring . business or,
trade for a good "business or prop
erty. Address .iGilhis office.
FOR SALE Sixty Barred Rocks; also
fresh cow.- C. - H. Kunselman, 906
East Portland street.
FOR SALE 40 acres. One of the best
tracts of fruit, garden or alfalfa
land on the south side. Water from
Tempe canal; 40 shares stock Tempe
Pumping Co less than 1-4 mile
from graded street and city water
main; less than ohe mile from cen
ter of city of Tempe; adjoining the
townsite on the cleanest best built
side of town. Magnificent shade,
some fruit. Address Owner, Care
Box 938, Tempe, Arizona.
ARIZONA cantaloupes 10c per dozen.
Crump Hay and Grain Co.
on month must be paid in advance.
PLUMS FOR SALE Two miles on
Grand avenue. Andrews.
FOR SALE 30 head cows, 55. No
better bunch grades in valley. Never
been picked from. Address, C. M.
Zander, Buckeye, Ariz.
FOR SALE 20 or 25 head of first
class milch cows. See Frank Baum,
2 miles north of Five Points.
FOR SALE Distilled water
FOR SALE High grade piano. Must
be sold at a great sacrifice. Cash or
easy m nthly payments. Address
Bernard Pos, Roswell. New Mexico.
FOR SALE City and 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 RENT Cool, shady, furnished
front rooms a; 11 modern conveni
ences. 44 South Third avenue.
FOR RENT Six room modem brick
house, 230 North Third street. In
quire Fred Warren, !c e works. . .
F)R RENT Furnished brick, shade,
bath, screen, $12 per month. Inquire
239 East Washington.
SUMMER RENT. $20 Five room
brick close in. Bath, gas, electricity.
Address A. S., care Republican.
FOR RENT Cheap, good stalls and
' five good horses for sale at Cowboy"
IFOR RENT Housekeeping rooms.
comfortably furnished. 36S North
I First avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished house, house
keeping or single rooms. 316 North
FURNISHED and unfurnished flats,
modern, fine location, coo!. 122 west
3oth St., Los Angeles. Home Phone
! FOR RENT We have some very
choice furnished houses for rent at
summer rates. See Larson & Holt,
43 West Adams street.
FURNISHED HOUSE for rent. Best
location in the city. Call rear 353
North First avenue.
FOR RENT 605 N. 2nd avenue, Ben
nltt Place, new unfurnished 6 room
brick, $30 per month. Vacant Au
gust. FOR RENT One six room frame
house, bath and sewage. No. 145,
Corner Madison and Second avenue.
E. O. Slocum.
FOR RENT Nicely located cottage at
230 North Third St. See Fred War
ren at the Ice house.
FOR RENT Furnished five room,
brick house, modern conveniences;
.scheen sleeping rooms, shade,
summer rates. Phone Blk. 30.
FOR RENT The coolest rooms in
Phoenix, at the Vendome, opposite
Elks Theater, between 3rd and 4th
aves., on West Washington St.; rooms
clean and well furnished; plenty of
porch room for sleeping out; all mod
ern conveniences. Day, week or
month; summer rates.
WANTED Party to take charge of
Andre building for a couple of
months. Ft C. Thomas, Tempe.
WANTED At once responsible party
to lease twenty acre well improved
- ranch for one year or longer, low
rent to man who will give proper at
tention. Includes five-acres grapes
ready to pick. Call today on Taylor
Berryman Co., 141 North Center,
next door to postoffice.
WANTED Immediately, for -six
months' work, 250 horses in 4, 8 or 8
horse teams with harness, wagons
and drivers, to haul freight under
contract from Blue-Bell Siding, near
Mayer, Ariz., to Fossil Creek and
Verde river. Apply room 17, Bash
ford Block, Prescott, Ariz.
WANTED Two men not afraid of
big game to fill out party ready to
start for. . the. mountains. Call for
particulars at noon today at Repub
lican office. Want to get out of
WANTED Man and wife to run a
ranch. See J. S. Griffin at Greene
WANTED Plumber at once. Apply
at Wm. Evans, 36-38 East Adams St.
WANTED Young lady to work in
bindery :also help In office work.
Apply this morning after 8 o'clock.
Phoenix Printing Co., 34-36 South
ATTENTION AGENTS Mexican
drawn work waist patterns; latest
novelty. Better than the Pongees
ever were. Unlimited possibilities.
Men and .women making $10 a day;
crew managers, 125. Get busy be
fore too late. Write today for sam
ples and exclusive agency.. H. Gold
berg & Sons, Importers, Omaha, Neb.
WANTED A first-class milker; $40
a month. H. Renaud, Alhambra,
MAN wants Jobbing work, carpenter
ing, furniture, repairing, nalntlnir-
terms moderate. 731 Van Buren st
WANTED Job as waiter in private
family or boarding house or hotel.
See Joe Hash! at Phoenix hotel.
CHEMIST AND ASSAYER With
technical education and seven years'
experience in mine and smelter
work, wants position. Address box
77, this office.
WANTED To take charge of office
or business during owner's vacation,
by gentleman of ability and experi
ence in business methods. Address
Box X. Republican office,
PUBLIC stenographer and bookkeeper,
i-'U jvo. 1st ave.. Phone Main 58
YOUNG MAN Experienced as book
keeper, salesman, clerk, used to
horses. A mechanic by trade, wants
job, go anywhere. Box XN, Repub
lican. I HAVE had a practical experience In
most departments of horticulture,
particularly in the cultivation of
flowering plants and shrubs and
vegetables, also in the , care and
management of dairy stock. Parties
in need of assistance can address me
at Tempe, Arizona, care of T. T.
Ranch. Lewis Vanderbilt.
YOUNG married man, well educated,
used to "doughlng" it, wants posi
tion in city or mines; has mercantile
experience; a carpenter by trade.
Address box 13. Republican office.
WANTED Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, or
furnished cottage. Would like to
make terms for both summer and
winter. Address W. H., care Repub
lican. WANTED Pasture for eight head o
horses. Inquire at Ambrose Corral,
WE make a specialty of city property.
List what you have with Carson &
Holt, the live real estate dealers, 43
West Adams street.
MADAME CONNIE, fortune teller.
Address 411 South First avenue.
YOU CAN sleep cool roof sleeping
rooms;- eat well home cooking, spe
cial summer rates, at the Woodford.
WANTED Enough corrigated iron,
second hand, to cover a roof 22 feet
square. Apply 1007 West Taylor.
ROOM and board ot 224 E Van Buren.
WANTED Pasture for seventeen cows
within three miles of Indian school.
R. M. Skinner, 522 North 1st St.
WANTED 2u0 good mesquite or ce
dar posts. Address G. M. G., Capitol
WANTED Clean cotton rags at The
WANTED Househod goods. Will pay
; cash for some choice furniture. Ad
dress H. H.. care Republican.
MRS. ELLIB WAKE Hair dresser,
39 E. Adams street. Phone Red 72.
WANTED To purchase or rent for
couple of months good mountain wa
gon with or without harness. Must
be reasonable price. Address box 29.
R. F. D. No. 2, Phoenix, Ariz.
FOR first-class dressmaking call at
310 East Van Buren street.
PICTURE FRAMES made to order,
all sizes and kinds at Balke's Big
FORREST SANITARIUM. Private
rooms and the best of attention and
care at moderate terms. Phone 436
No. 620 Western Avenue. Mrs. H. D.
Forrest. Prescott Ariz.
COME TO US when you want a trunk
roped and hauled. Only 25c Al
ways on time. Lightning Delivery
and Storage Co.
MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS Ex per
Menced card reader. Sees past pres
ent and future. Ladles, 25c;
gentlemen 60 cents. 221 Buchanan
St., corner Third.
LOST AND FOUND.
T A KEN from old C- M. Mullen ranch.
eight-foot Osboume disk. Reward
for information leading to its recov
ery. Pete Lassen, Tempe. '
TAKEN UP Came to my place about
two months ago, - a black-- mare,"
weight about 1000 lbs., ringbone on
near front foot. Owner can get same
by paying charges. Call on C. S.
Evans at the Phoenix Oil Co.
LOST A generator Sunday afternoon
between Tempe and Phoenix. Find
er return to Southwestern Auto Co.
and secure reward.
LOST Brown Shepherd dog with
black and white left forefooc. One
year old. Reward. Dr. Willard
Smith. Box 276, Phoenix or near
STRAYED One dark red cow- with
rope around horns. Information will
be appreciated. Valley Flour Mills,
TAKEN UP Came to my place,, one
bay mare, roached mane, bobtailed,
weight 1000 pounds. W. H. Kay,
ranch, route 3. Box 56, Phone sub.
73. Owner pay expenses and take
STABLE AND CORRAL.
THE CONGRESS STAGE meets all
trains. A. P. Miltenberg, Proprietor.
ON CALL HACKS ON CALL
Golden Eagle Stable. Tel. Main EL
Busses. Ambulance, Livery.
FOR NICE RIGS, good saddle horses,
and best service call on the Metro-
" polltan Stables, 426 W. Washington
St J. W. Block. Prop. Phone B. 795.
If you want to save time and
water and money, have your
ditches lined with CEMENT or
HYDRAULIC LIME. For par
ticulars apply to
Frenctiy, the Cement Man
who also makes Cement Posts.
Box 192. Phone Main 249.
YOUR VACATION PLEASURES
Will be incomplete, without the dally
Republican's visit. Do not miss a
single issue. Phone Main 47, and give
the address or addresses. wherA vnn
want The Republican sent; same price
by mall, 75 cents per month.
- Saloon, Pool and Billiards.
Budweiser on draught. Old Crow,
Mayfield and Guckenheimer Rye
Whiskies sold over the bar.
JOHN P. BODET. Prop.
SAN FRANCISCO Veterinary College;
" next session begins Sept. 15th. Dr.
C. Keane, president .1818 Market St.
Strangers visiting the city will find
It to their interest to patronize the
FASHION BARBER SHOP.
Lewis oV Noble, Props.
43 West Washington St
Prickly Heat cured by a course of
our Special Baths.
Expert Masseur in the shop.
111111 Ml 11 I 1111 1 I U 111 Ifr
buys 160 acres west of Phoe
nix on Main road udjoinlng al
falfa field; best bargain on
the market today.
buys 8o acres level
Money to Loan. See
I E.J. BENN1TT & GO. I
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H-K-H' I' M i l '1"M"H"1 I 1 1 H l-H-fr
Mesa, " Ariz. I
H i .H-M-frM-H-l-l-H 1 1 I ! H"I -M-
WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE CHOIC
EST ALFALFA, ORANGE, SUGAR
BEET, FRUIT AND GARDEN LANDS
IN THE VALLEY AND CITY PROP
ERTY. WRITE FOR PRINTED MAT
TER AMD FURTHER PARTICU
LARS. H. I. Latham
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
Moore & McLellan
Undertakers and Embalmera.
I West Adams Street
Telephone Main 121.
You Must Stop
FOR A COOL ROOM AND
A QUIET NIGHT'S REST
THE WILLIAMS HOUSE
If the carrier fails -to leave The Re
publican at your address any day noti
fy us before noon and a special mes
senger will deliver it. We expect sub
scribers to get their paper every day
in the year, and unless they advise us
of poor service we cannot properly
serve them. PHONE MAIN 47.
IU1IIII I 111 1 11 1 MfrHHl'
i Homewood . Tract 1
2, 5 and 10 Acres
on Easy Terms
I Dwight B. Heard ;;
H' 'M M I'M' 'S-M' 1 ! I i W !
Real estate until you see us.
the best bargain In a 160 acre
Improved ranch in the valley.
Only 4 miles out. Price, $100
we have recommended and
pushed as a special bargain dur
ing the past six months has
been sold, which Is proof posi
tive that we know what a bar
gain Is. This is an especially
200 W. Washington 8t.
Opposite Ford Hotel
We have the best bargains In
Orange Groves, Orange Lands. Al
falfa Ranches, Beet Sugar Lands,
Garden Lands and all kinds of the
choicest Residence Properties, City
Lots, both residence and business.
See us before you buy.
141 N. Center St. next door to P.O.
Modern Little 12
4 miles from town; good house, fine
shade, barn, 2 cows, one horse, two
horse wagon, good surrey, 200 chick
ens, farming Implements, and all In
alfalfa cheap. Call for price and
A. R. TAYLOR,
43 W. Adams St
A i 4 -room brick house, bath, elec
tric lights, wired for phone. Best
of shade. Price $1650.
Also a 6-room frame house with
two lots 50x137 'A each. beautiful
shade. Price $1450.
These places must go at once;
will sell on easy terms. See owner,
no commission. Find owner at 628
North 10th Ave.
CLOSE IN PROPERTY
House on north side on car line has
7 rooms and screen room well rented.
TO LET. several houses furnished
My lots are all sold but I have sev
eral nice building lots listed for sale.
Fire Insurance, Real Estate, Surety
15 East Adams Street.
E. L. King & Co.
ORANGE GROVES AND
ORANGE LANDS, Ranch and
City Property at very attrac
tive prices for homes or In
vestments. 18 N. 2nd Ave.
ANTON GOLD, Prop.
3rd and Washington 8U.
Hot and Cold Baths free for reg
ular roomers. Nice cool rooms
$7.00 per month and upwards.
Summer rates. Come and look
Everthlng First Class
Famous Tony Faust Beer on
JACK GIBSON, Proprietor.
2 lots In good location for $300, !
easy payments, $10 down and $5 per
month takes the two. These lots will
be worth double the amount Inside of
2 lots with two frame houses on
corner, for $1000; $50 down and $15
per month takes the two houses and
two lots. 4'hls Is a splendid buy
3 room frame house with shade
for $5.50 per month.
5 room brick close In for $15 per
4 room frame house for $10 per
B. G. PECKA
510-512 West Washington St.
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Phone Red 901.
Orange land, large or small tracts.
Alfalfa land. Improved and raw.
' Land for cantaloupe and truck
Houses and lots, any part of city.
MORFORD & BARR.
4 West Adams St.
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I BARGAINS ?
In Residences, Orange Land,
Alfalfa Tracts and all kinds of
property. Too will be safe In
buying anything we recommend.
1 Marshall. Kay & Go.
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Fox Terrier Puppies . 1
See Thomas at end of Indian
school car line.
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2 miles from Phoenix; 6 acres al
falfa, 6-room modern brick house,
good outhouses, fenced, plenty of
ELLIOT EVANS GO.
15 E. Adams St-
Per ton SI 0.50
Oat Hay. per ton $10.50
Barley, per sack SI. 15
Feed Oats, per 100 lbs SI. 75
Sorghum Seed. Der lb f
Wheat, per cwt S2.00
Free City Delivery.
Phone Main 224 117 E Jeff. St
MOHN & DRISCOLL
It will pay you to see The Light Bi
cycle, with Baley Non Skid Tires be
fore you buy a bike. Reading, Stand
ard, Light, Curtiss & Indian Motorcy
cles. .Tires, Sundries and Repairing.
ARIZONA MOTOR CO.
Phons Red 537. 31 So. 1st Ave.
Prank J. O'Brien
Tucson. Branches in Phoenix
Stocks, Bonds and Produce.
Private Leased Wire to all
R. D. HIGHTOWER, Manager.
Phone Main 232. 40 N. 1st St
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Before letting your contract for T
a new' building get our figures. 4.
For Sale. A twelve room A
modern housa with all modern
conveniences, lavatories in each
bed-room. On north First St. I
close In $7500.00.
For Sale. 46 acres highly
Improved land, three quarters I
of a mile west of Indian school.
Terms given. Price $8250.
Four lots on North First St, X
within five blocks of postoffice, T
east front. At a sacrifice. The
owner must have money this JL
The Arizona Building Go f
522 N. First St. Phone, Blk 871 I
1 Milt 1 I I 1 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 4 1 I 1 I I I
Are the two best
brands sold in the
valley. Can be
purchased on the
South Side of
5IRCHETT 6R0S., T. J.
PARRY, GOODWIN BROS,
and A. A. CELAYA, Tempe
or any store in Mesa.
GOOD : : CHEAP.
You will be pleased with ma
terial and workmanship of our
mechanics. All work personally
Johnson & Remsboltoin
22 N. Second Street. - Phene
Black 541. Repair work prompt
ly taken care of.
.Hi 1 M M-1 M ri..M..l..i..i..l.l"M"M"ft
Plan to visit
Yosemite Valley :i
this season. It Is a quick, com- )
fortable trip, via
1 Yosemite Valley
-j. An lueui ouung in ine sierras 4
. amid the grandeurs of Tosem- T
He. Cost reduced to popular T
I prices. Ample hotel and board- X
T ing camp accommodations. .X
T Write for descriptive folder.
I! FOR TICKETS AND CONNEC- "
TIONS SEE SOUTHERN PA- ;;
CIFIC OR SANTA FE OR AD
I! DRESS O. W. LEHMER,
; TRAFFIC MANAGER, MER-
4. CED, CAL.
I i i ; h I I I I I I i I 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 I'
and City Buyers
A big stock of Canned Goods,
Fruits and Meats, Bacon and
Ham, Just received all fresh
and to be sold at lowest cash
City Delivery. Phone and see.
11-220 W. Washlngte tt
Phone 43 .
ENGLISH IVY AND
In Pots at th
THE HOFFMAN CIGAR
8TAND, E. J. DOYLE. PROP.
CIGARS, TOBACCO AND
Corner Broaoway eV ' CentsA
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