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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN 3IOXDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1908.
11 ' Nobby Styles Popular Advertisements running for Iw than FOB RALE. FOR SALE A first class ptano, good family horse, surrey and harness, one cart, carpenters' tools, wood bench and some household furniture and other things too numerous to men tion. See W. R. Turl, S09 West Jef ferson St. FOR SALE 40 acres of pasture for range steers. Can be had at 50c per head if feed off in next 30 days. Apply E. W. Bennett, 3 miles west of Alhambra brick yard on canal road. FOR SALE One good 7-year-old work horse. Call at Burger Corral. FOR SALE Two portable houses. I. T. Hosey, cor. Monroe St. and 22nd, Ave. FOR SALE 2 lots east front on North 3rd five, near Van Buren. Price tlSOii. Marshall, Kay & Co. 9 W. Adams St. FOR SALE 1,250,000 acres Mexican stock ranch, 30,000 head cattle, 200 miles of 4 wire fince with wells and all improvements included at 70 cents per acre. Box 30. FOR SALE-OIiver typewriter No. 2. in good condition cheap. Address E. Draper. R. F. P. 4. FOR SALE 6 iar old driving mare, saddle horse, cheap work horse, gen tle saddle pony. Good burros, Fio neer Stables, 29 S. 3d St. FOR SALE Very cheap, rubber tired runabout. 1000 pound horse with harness. Ensign's Stable. FOR SALE One "lot wTuThouse 10x12 SITj or $275 for 2 lots. Address Box S. W. Care Republican. FOR SALE 40 acres, 100 hens, tools and horse, $6o00, 30 lots, brick dwel ling and store house, seeded to alfal fa. E. M. Messer, Pkle. Works. FOR SALE Sorrel mare broken for riding and driving, newlv Dainted runabout with umbrella and harness. ! Cheap. Roger Deering, two miles out North Center. FOR SAL7 Stove, gas plate rugs and house for rent, 4 rooms at 724 East Adams. FOR SALE On easy terms 160 acres of land has been in cultivation. John W. seargeant. Buckeye Stage route, Phone Sub. 67. FOR SALE First class Bartlett (.cars, 2 cents a pound. J. P. Ornie's ranch on Cave Creek road. FOR SALE Team of work mares about 1200 lbs., spirited and true to work, 3-inch wagon, hay frame and harness, almost new 600 lb. cream separator; portable forge and vise. Address H. 8., Republican office. FOR SALE New cottage, three rooms and large screen porch, kitchen, toi let, porcelain bath, lavatory, kitchen sink, fifteen minute car service. This Is a comfortable home. Fine, new, $1250; owner. Arthur L. Water house, 15 East Adams. BARGAINS IN WALL PAPER New stock. Morden's big second hand store. 401 East Washington. FOR SALE Eight lots on car line. Brill addition, beautifully located. Best bargain in town. See Smith at Republican office. FOR SALE Spring wagon, cheap. See Hugh Laird, Tempe. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE For good ranch, modern home, 3 rooms, brick, large grounds, barn. Apply 227 North Seventh street. FOR SALE Elegant six room brick, wind mill and tank, cellar, bath, screen rooms, ten acres nearly all in alfalfa, on Central avenue; low price with terms for quick sale. Barr, 4 West Adams. FOR SALE Two young Jersey bulls, one mule coming 3 years, $150, weighs 1200. O'Neill ranch, 2V4 miles north on Cave Creek road. FOR SALE Pears. 2 cents per lb. at O'Neill ranch, 2V4 miles north on Cave Creek road. FOR SALE Several spring wagons an1 two running gears. Inquire Lightning Delivery. FOR SALE Am going away to reside permanently and will sell mv little ten acre home at a bargain. For particulars address M. Richardson, P. O. box 261. FOR SALE Five-room brick, close in; $1900. Greene & Griffin Real Estate and Investment Co. FOR SALE Five-room brick on the north side, east front. $2650. Greene & Griffin Real Estate and Investment Co. FOR SALE Good five-room brick, plenty of shade, close in; $3200, half cash, balance at 8 per cent. Greene & Griffin Real Estate and Investment Co. FOR SALE For Mesa ranch and resi dence property see E. J. Bennitt & Co., 16-18 North Center street, Phoenix. at Bargain Counter Prices Styles In Vehicles are Just as distinctive as in dress. We carry some of the most exclusive pat terns In makes of the highest grades. We are sole agents for the "Columbus," "H. A. Woyer" and other of America's highest grade manufac turers. We now have In stock an immense line and you can take your pick from several hundred rigs, you can examine, discard, select and try every different rig until you find the particular rig In any certain style, which Just suits you. You will never get a Job made up for some damp climate, or one which fails to have style and finish, and to celebrate the opening of our new repository we are making bargain counter prices. PR A TT-GIL Yants em month must be paid In advanoe. AUCTION, Tuesday, Sept. 22, two miles west and one mile north of Cartwright school house, commenc ing at 10 a. m. prompt, I will sell thirty-five head of horses, draft mares, double and single drivers, saddle horses and colts. Among the lot are some well mated teams, 50 head of cattle, 16 a So. 1 dairy cows. 34 head young stock, from one month to yearlings past. 250 head of hogs, a general line of farming Im plements and tools, wagon, surry and harness, 300 chickens. All sums over $10 a credit of one to twelve months will be given on bankable notes. Free lunch. John Myers, owner. S. G. Rogers, auctioneer. Phone red 2071. FOR SALE Black willow fence posts. R. F. Schaefer, Peoria, Arizona. FOR SALE A four acre garden. Sec Arthur Vaughn, one mile southeast of town out Seventh street. FOR SALE About 100 white Pekin ducks and about 100 pigeons. Tele- phone sub. 121. J. H. W. Jensen. BARTLETT PEARS Best in the val ley, 2 cents lb; any quantity; at Clayson'w ranch. Phone county 123. FOR SALE One registered Berkshire service boar; ten brood sows; market price. Stanley Howard, phone 76. GOOD HORSES, buggies and wagons for sale cheap. Look us up at once. We have some bargains to offer you. Cowboy Corral, Five Points. FOR SALE $2000 buys a well located 3-room brick house with big screen room; on car line; all modern; barn; chicken yard. A snap. Sec E. J. Bennitt Co., agents. FOR SALE A beautiful 40 acre home, handsomely located, one mile north of Glendale. Seven room two story house, rock walled cellar, beautiful yard, shrubbery, roses, flowers, gar dens, orchard, alfalfa. The best soil in the valley, the finest Glendale lo ess. One of the prettiest country homes, within sight of the sugar fac tory in Arizona. This is very cheap at $10,250, to which price this has been cut from $12,000, and will be held only a few weeks at $10,250. If you want a good home call and look over this buy. J. W. Stauffcr, one mile north of Glendale. FOR SALE Good work mare. 1150 lbs., bred to Russel Mack, $75. M. A. Stanford, R. F. D. No. 1. FOR SALE OR RENT Peddling out fit, good family horse and surrey. Five sets of harness. Commercial corral. FOR SALE Draft team, weight 2900 pounds, age four and five years; price $500. W. Cage, four miles east of Phoenix. FOR SALE Good h-se pasture $1.00 per month. To sell or trade for spring wagon, two disk plows, good as new. Second hand wagon for $10. What have you to trade for plows or wagon? Call five miles west of Seventh avenue on Buckeye road and one mile south. T. S. Maioney, route 4. Phoenix, Ariz. FOR SALE 5 room house, a acres al flafa, fenced with chicken wire, on corner one mile from Washington street, $1600. Barr, TWest Adams. FOR SALE 5 room brick, city water, shade, two lots, corner, near car line. $1600, part time. Barr. 4 W. Adams. FOR SALE 20 acres oMand. Call 117 East Jefferson. FOR SALE New cottage, three rooms and large screen porch, kitchen, toi let, porcelain bath, lavatory, kitchen sink, fifteen minute car service. This is a comfortable home. Fine, new, $1250; owner. Arthur L. Water house, 15 East Adams. FOR SALE new six-room brick, ce ment porch and walks. $3500; half cash, balance at 8 per cent. Greene & Griffin Real Estate and Investment Co. FOR SALE Four-room brick with screen kitchen, gas for cooking and electric light. Good shade. $1500.00. Greene & Griffin Real Estate and In vestment Co. 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. S7 N. iter. BARTLETT PEARS 2 cents at An drew's ranch, 2 miles on Grand Ave. FOR SALE One-fourth section pat ented land with five room dwelling, poultry yards, stable, wind mill and reservoir. Property will rent for ten per cent on investment. Price $1650. H. W. Ross, Maricopa, Ariz. FOR SALE Canary birds. Phone su burban 93. FOR SALE We have high school and grammar school books and will ap preciate your orders. Postoffice News Store, 136 North Center. FORSALEGood fresh six gallon Hol steln Jersey cow, $75. See Thomas, end of Indian car line. BERT CO. FOR SALE Good team work horses; will work single or double, $225. See Thomas, end of Indian car line. FOR SALE The most moderate 7 room new house, on North First St. See owner at 815 North First street. r'OR SALE Distilled water Light ning Delivery FOR SALE A good young milch cow. Inquire at office of Arizona Ostrich Farm. HOMEWOOD TRACT will always be a desirable place to live because of location and building restrictions. We have only four ten acre tracts left and only two 2 1-2 acre lots. Easy terms. Dwight B. Heard. FOR SALE Bartlett pears 2 l-2c. clean alfalfa seed, hay, bran and bar ley. Crump Hay and Grain Co. FOR SALE Hogs and ptgs. In any number, half-mile south of Wilson school house. Hans Herlick. FOR SALE High grade piano. Must be sold at a great sacrifice. Cash or easy m nthly payments. Address Bernard Pos. Roswell. Ne-ir Mexico. FOR SALE 20 acres. $110 per acre with old water right. New Scotts dale. Francis Frazler. Scottsdale. FOR SALE The best dining rooms in the city, furnished, with long lease, for sale. For terms Inquire at office. Greene & Griffin Real Estate and Investment Co. FOR RENT Eighteen-room house, $100 per month; close in. Greene & Griffin Real Estate and Investment Co. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished house, modern, 7 rooms; rent all or part. 378 North First Ave. FOR RENT Furnished front rooms with screen porches, 374 N. 1 Ave. FOR RENT FUR N I ESH E D N EW FIVE ROOM BRICK WITH SCREEN ROOM, SCREEN PORCH, AND SCREEN HOUSE. STRICT LY MODERN, BEAUTIFUL LOCA TION ONE BLOCK FROM CAR LINE. PHONE RED 8035. FOR RENT Nicely furnished cottage on N. Center St., four rooms. C. B. Williams, N. Center St. Opp. Indian school. FOR RENT one furnished front room to healthy single person or couple without children, 127 No. 2nd street. FOR RENT Three nicely furnished rooms for housekeeping on W. Adams St. Electric lights, gas and bath, free water. Large yard and shady lawn. Rent $35.00. Inquire at ?10 West Washington St. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, electric lights, gas and bath. Rent $20.00. Inquire at 210 W. Wash. St. FOR RENT Three furnished rooms, bath, sink and free water. Rent $20. Inquire at 210 W. Washington St. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, bath, gas, sink and free water. Rent $15.00. Inquire at 210 W. Washing ton St. FOR RENT Four rooms completely furnished for housekeeping. No sick or children, 365 N. 3rd Ave. FOR RENT 10 acre ranch house, well, plenty of water, close in. M. A. Stanford. R. F. D. No. 1. FOR RENT Seven room dwelling. North Center; permanent tenants, cheap. Inquire 306 North Second street. FOR RENT 360 acres, good land. 160 acres regular water, 200 acres flood water two and one-half miles from Skimming station, low rent; also 20 acres two miles from Phoenix for $12 per month; also tent house, 2 rooms and porch, furnished. One block from car line. Dwight B. Heard. FOR RENT Elegant rfMms at the Copeland, 368 North Second street. FOR RENT Nice front rooms with modern bath, no sick taken; reason able rent. Apply 227 North Seventh street. Phone black 8614. FOR RENT A six room brick house, cellar and shade, on Washington St. Apply 345 East Monroe. FOR RENT Nice furnished rooms. 516 North Ninth avenue. FOR RENT Office rooms in the O'Neill building, corner First avenue and Adams street, by Eugene Brady O'Neill, room 11. O'Neill building. FOR RENT A very nice cheerful fur nished front room In private family. Modern house, close to town; no sick. 512 North Third street. FOR RENT Furnished tent and bed room. 725 South Center. FOR RENT Four thoroughly furnish ed desirable housekeeping rooms with large screen porch and other needed conveniences. 359 North 3rd avenue. FOR RENT 160 acres or 320 acres, al falfa ranch ,as good as any in the valley; modern house, etc.; wind mill. Apply R. O. Greene. 545 West Monroe. FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms, fine location, S8, water free. 42J W. Jefferson Street. FOR RENT A home at Glendale, with or without chicken yard; good shade. W. C. Welsh, Glendale, Ariiona. FOR RENT Furnished half house: also furnished tent house. 517 South First street. FOR RENT Ten acre ranch,, good house. See Chris Black, one mile south of asylum. FOR RENT Sixty-five acres two miles from Phoenix. Call at 12 West Adams street. FOR KENT Four room cottage, fur nished or unfurnished, nice location. See Thomas, end of Indian car line. FOR RENT Portable house, furnished or unfurnished. See Thomas, eni of Indian car line. FOR RENT Nicely furnished 3-room house with screen porch; also large furnished tent. Spence's place, 13th street. Brill's addition. FOR RENT 160 acres grain land un der Salt canal. R. F. Garnett, at Phoenix National Bank. FOR RENT Furnished house for two well adults, close in, city water, sew er, gas, lawn and shade. Completely furnished and clean. Apply to E. E. Prowell, 230 South First avenue. FOR RENT Four furnished rooms; no sick need apply. Call 301 East Polk street. FOR RENT Completely furnished housekeeping rooms, 368 North First Ave. FOR RENT Nicely .'urn'shed . light house keeping rooms, 722 N 2nd. St. FOR RENT Completely furnished five-room house; all modern con veniences. Phone black 8035. 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. FOR RENT Rooms for lodging and housekeeping. Modern conveniences, no sick. 347 N. 4th Ave. FOR RENT 1-2 of furnished house, bath, gas range, lawn, shade and screen room. 629 West Adams St. HEIiP WANTED. WANTED An office boy. One with some experience and knowledge of typewriting preferred. Permanent place with chance of promotion. Call 43 East Adams St. Monday. WANTED Railway Mail Clerks. Mail Carriers. Postoffice Clerks. $1100.00 yearly. Vacation. Preparation free. Examinations here November 18th, common education sufficient. Write IMMEDIATELY. Franklin Institute Rochester. N. Y. WANTED 3 or 4 A No. 1 bricklayers, see W. A. Stover. Mesa. WANTED Bell boy at Ford Hotel. WANTED A good painter and paper hanger or a young man that wants to learn the trade. Steady employ ment to right party. W. D. Ltim beck, 319 E. Taylor St., phone Red 8012. WANTED A woman or girl for house work on ranch near Thoenix by Oct. 1st: moderate salary, good home for right party. Mrs. Chas. Root. 720 Harrison avenue, San Diego, Calif., or telephone Mrs. J. A. Rlggins, county 6?, Phoenix. WANTED A man of good appearance to solicit subscriptions. Call at once. Postoffice News Store. 136 North Center street. WANTED All round ranch man. R. Reynolds, six miles west of Five Points, and two miles south of Yuma road. Route 4. WANTED A good ranch hand, must be well and strong and experienced in Arizona ranch work. See Thomas at end of Indian school car line. ONLY REAL TRADE SCHOOL In the world Enrollment 200; $20,000 con tract work being done in plumbing, bricklaying, electricity. Advanced students earn wages while learning. Free catalogue. Union Trade School and Contracting Co., 120 East Ninth, Los Angeles. MEN. LEARN. BARBER. TRADE time required; graduates earn twelve to thirty dollars week. Mol cr Barber College, Los Angeles. SITUATIONS WANTED. YOUNG GIRL Desires position as stenographer. Box 16 care Republi can. YOUNG WOMAN will assist part of time with sewing or light housework for room and board in private family. Address box "W" this office. MAN wants jobbing work, carpenter ing, painting, furniture repairing, carpet laying. Terms moderate. Rear 731 East Van Buren street. WANTED Young woman wants house work In town or country. 227 North Seventh street. WANTED Position by Japanese school boy. Any kind of work. Ad dress Frank, care Republican. POSITION WANTED By good Jap anese coot: who worked in hotel and restaurant for many years. Address 401 S. 4th street, or P. O. Box 663, Phoenix. WANTED Healthy experienced teach er wishes position as governess. In terviews solicited. Address box 99, this office. MISCELLANEOUS. CALL AT Japanese Club for any kind of help. 640 W. Monroe St. Phone Red 442. i WANTED Five or six room brick dwelling to cost about $2,500. near car line. Fhoenlx Trust Co., 16 West Adams St. WANTED TO RENT i or 3 good fresh milch cows, good care and feed and rent guaranteed. Address H Republican. GET A FREE TIME CARD of the street car system at the Postoffice News Store. WHITEWASHING We are equipped with a fine spraying machine for cheap and efficient work of this kind. Address Smith Bros., 21 East Madison, Phone Red 8161. WANTED TO RENT A furnished house near city limits prefer place with 5 or 6 acres where can keep cow and chickens, would take un furnished place or buy if cheap terms. W. G. C. Republican. LAW BOOK WANTED Copy of Greenleaf on Evidence. Address E. P. H, Republican. FOR SALE New cottage, three rooms and large screen porch, kitchen, toi let, porcelain bath, lavatory, kitchen sink, fifteen minute car service. This is a comfortable home. Fine, new, $1250; owner. Arthur L. Water house, 15 East Adams. WANTED Durham bull calf, ten months to year old: must ba cheap. W. S. Holland, Wickenburg, Ariz. WANTED RUMMAGE Wanted the house cleaners of Phoenix to save old clothes for the ladies of the Chris tian church. FOR SALE New cottage, three rooms and large screen porch, kitchen, toi let, porcelain bath, lavatory, kitchen sink, fifteen minute car service. This Is a comfortable home. Fine, new, $1250; owner. Arthur L. Water house, 15 East Adams. DR. EMMONS, graduate optician, of fice at residence 368 North Fourth avenue. Phoenix, Ariz. Glasses fitted and furnished. Hours 9 to 11 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. MADAME REN A Scientific Palmist and reader, 145 South 2nd St., cor ner Madison. BUY your wood from new wood yard. 909 W. Buchanan. Cottonwood spe cial low prices during September. Phone Black 2931. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER, typewrit ing, copying, notary public. See Miss Steinemann in the office of Eugene Brady O'Neill. O'Neill building. SAW FILER J. F. Harriman, 401 West Washington street. MRS. ELLIE WAKE Hair dresser. 39 E. Adams St. Phone Red 8072. PICTURE FRAMES made to order, all sizes and kinds at Balke's Big Curio Store. MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS Exper 'lenced card reader. Bees past, pres ent and future. Ladles, 25c; gentlemen 60 cents. 12$ Buchanan St.. corner Third. COME TO US when you want a trunk roped and hauled. Only 25c Al ways on time. Lightning Delivery and Storage Co. FOR SALE New cottage, three rooms and large screen porch, kitchen, toi let, porcelain bath, lavatory, kitchen sink, fifteen minute car service. This is a comfortable home. Fine. new. $1250; owner. Arthur L. Water house, 15 East Adams. LOST AND FOUND. LOST Ladies' watch, engraved M. C. B. Mrs. C. Brauer, Tempe. STRAYED OR STOLEN From my place in Lehl, on night of Sept. 16. one bay horse 3 years old weight about 900 pounds, no brand, small teet on breast caused by wire cut. Gentle and broken to work. Liberal reward bv notifying or returning to Orlando Merrill, R. F. D. 1. Mesa. FOUND Watch, owner can have same by calling, proving property and pay ing for this ad. New York Store. LOST Between Indian school and city on Center St., ladles purse con taining small amount cash, key and letter addressed Blanche Tannehill. Reward for return to this office. STRAYED Two Jersey cows and three heifers. One Jersey was brand ed H. H. on right hip. Finder please notify G. W Comstock, R. F. D. 2 and receive reward. FOUND Hair hat band, at this office. Owner call LOST No. 2 Eastman kodak. Reward for its return to Easterwood's, Tem pe LOST Coat between Five Points and Cartwright school house with gold watch and chain. Liberal reward if returned to this office or John Shaw ver, R. F. D. No. 3. TAKEN UP Two red range cows Aug. 7. Nat M. Dysart, R. F. D., No. 2, half mile northwest Indian school. REAL ESTATE WANTED WANTED The best modern brick house close in or near car line that $3000, all cash, will purchase. E. L. King & Co., 18 North Second avenue. WANTED-City and ranch property for rent or sale. E. L. King & Co., 18 North Second avenue. WHERE TO BUY SUNDAYS AND EVERYDAY You will find cartridges, fresh meats, bread, groceries, dry goods; tin and glassware, hay and grain at J. M lberri's 6th & Jackson, prone red 8295. BARTLETT pears 2 He; clean alfalfa seed, hay, bran and barley. Crump Hay and Grain Co. QUANTITY as well as quality are sent you when you trade at Forney's, Five Points. Phone Red 2561. ON YOUR WAY HOME Stop at the Midway saloon, whiskey and wine by the gallon, bonded goods a spec ialty, prices right. John Eyrich. A nice little business, a good running concern for sale or exchange for land. Investigate. Address L. and D. this office. STABLE AND CORRAL. GOOD horses and mules for sale, rea sonable prices. Valley Corral, Five Points. FOR SALE Good bnggy and horse, cheap. Must be sold. Ambrose Cor ral, Five Points. PIONEER STABLES Quick hack service, light livery toppy drivers, gentle saddle ponies. Pioneer Sta bles, 29 South Third Street, tele phone Main 295. ON CALL HACKS ON CALL Golden Eagle Stable. Tel. Main 61. Busses. Ambulance. Llvnr. ENSIGN STABLES General livery, boarding and sale stable, second hand -ehlcle and horse clipping, corner of 1st and Adams. STAR LIVERY feed and sale stable, 228 E. Adams; also pasture for 20 head of horses. THE CONGRESS STAGE meets all trains. A. P. Miltenberg. Proprietor. BOARDING AND ROOM ING HOUSES. ROOM, BOARD AND CARE for In valid sick at Wayside Inn, 119 West Jefferson St., back of Court bouse. SPECIAL NOTICE The Ashland place, 1153 E. Van Buren St.. an nounces its opening Oct. 1st. Whole house renovated and furnished with new furniture. The dining room given special attention under the care of a competent woman cook, the best of everything served. Lawns and shade trees unexcelled, out door life made accessible. I solicit an investigation assuring hat every courtesy will be given to all guests to make a pleasant' and desirable home. Come and see. E. Hadley, proprietor. YOU CAN GET a good clean room at $1.50 a week and eat good meals at 15c each, yet be In town try the Monroe. Cor. 1st St. and Monroe, Phone Red 9414. THE GILBERT HOUSE Is the place you want, good clean rooms for rent at reasonable prices. 221 West Ad ams street. NICE ROOMS, excellent board. The Woodford. ROOM AND BOARD 24 East Van Buren street. THE SIXTH AVE. FAMILY HOTEL Dining table under personal super vision of Mrs. Kelso, now open. Airy and pleasant rooms. BLACKSMITIIINO FRANK WOOD, practical horseshoer. Specialty made of lame and faulty gaited horses. 115 W. Jefferson St Phone black 551. PAINTING L. J. CHARLES, first-class carriage paint shop, buggies, wagons and mo biles painted in an up-to-date man ner; best materials used. Corner of Second and Adams street REPAIRING WE REPAIR lawn mowers, sewing machines, bicycles, hotwater bags. Work fully guaranteed. G. A. Smith. 17 and 19 South Second street. Phone red 242. We Receive Daily OUR SUPPLY OF CALIFOR NIA AND LOCAL Fruits and Vegetables PHONE YOUR ORDERS. Cold Air Storage Market 110-116 EAST WASHINGTON. TELEPHONE MAIN 6. t I 1 11 I I I I It t 11 H"M"1"M"M--H CINCINNATI ENQUIRER f LOUISVILLE rni iniro. mi idni ai X 4. f ST." PAUL PIONEER PRESS t NEW YORK WORLD NEW YORK TRIBUNE t ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS t SAN ANTONIO GAZETTE J SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE f AT THE i I Post Office News Store Every Day 136 N. CENTER ST. CLOSE AT IV SUNDAY. Hill 1 I'M III Slil I'llH'tW MOHN & DRISCOLL .FUNERAL DIREOTORS THE PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY. For Trunk, Suit Case or Bag. The best and the rheapest. 133 W. Wash. Phone Red 8394 Old Trunks taaeu In exchange. EASTERLING & WHITNEY unci gsjBajar UNDERTAKERS III W. Waehlnftea Phoenix, Arixeaa. Mill IIIHHIlllllltllll I ANNOUNCEMENT f i This Is to announce to the public that my i Ice and Cold Storage :: Warehouse ' ' which Is now In course of con struction will be . 1 Completed about September 14th and will be ready to receive goods for cold storage the same as in the past. tin Addition tot This T I will be ready to supply to all who use i Quantities of j Ice this commodity at a which will be Right PRICE X For further information, call or address I W. H. CONSTABLE 1 T 401 West Jackson Street, X PHOENIX, ARIZONA. j-H 1 II III 1 I it HH I t 1 1 1 I I 11 Prank J. O'Brien BROKER. Tucson. Branches In Phoenix and Nogales. Stocks, Bonds and Produce. Private Leased Wire to all Exchanges. R. D. HIGHTOWER, Manager. Phoenix Office. Phone Main 232. 40 N. 1st St A WONDER TO EVERYONE. You chould see the new place op posite tho court hmsc. Look like a palace; ih? prettiest place in town. They have Ju.st got a car of new furniture. Nice heavy mission rock ers, mission oak dining taMes and chairs, golden oak heavy flake qui-r-ter-sawed dressers, buffets, leaded glass fronts, princess dressers, chif- fonieres, kitchen safes, kitchen cabi nets, the finest axminster 9x12 rugs in the town for the money; sold six last week. New linoleum, springs, matresses, pillows. Can furnish your house with any grade of goods you desire, and our prices are in your reach. See our 5c, 10c and 15c coun ters. Nothing over 25c. The place where you can get an arm load for a dollar. See us before you buy and you are our customer. Come In and rest. Look around. Get a drink of ice water and if you have anything to sell let us know. Will buy every thing. MASSIE & SONS, 114-16 West Washington Street, Phone Main 257. Clinton Campbell GENERAL CONTRACTOR Residence 157 N. Fourth Ave. Telephone Main 177 FOR SALE THOROUGHBRED, SPORTING AND PET DOGS OF ALL KINDS. PIG EONS, FERRETS, RABBITS. GUINEA PIGS, GAME ROOSTERS AND SWINE. WRITE FOR PRICE LIST. ALFRED J. LANDIS, Bowers, Station, Pa. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona. Sept. 17, 1908. Notice is hereby given that" Robert H. Woolf, of Phoenix. Arizona, who. on September 17, 1903, made Home stead Application No. 4702. (Serial. No. 0897), for Lots 3 and 4 and Sl-2 NW 1-4. section 1. township IS, range 2 E. G. & S. R. Meridian, haa filed notice of Intention to make Final Five Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Register and Receiver of U. S. Land Office, at Phoenix. Arizona, on the 27th day of October, 1908. Claimant names as witnesses: L. M. Hoghe. of Phoenix. Arizona; Fred S. Tait, of Phoenix, Arizona; Albert Brommell, of Phoenix, A'izona; Tom Clarke, of Phoenix, Arizona. LYMAN W. WAKEFIELLD. Register. When the evening are eoef nd you boy begin to cell ... e her Donofrio's cactus oandy And yeu'r sure to be It all.