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TI1E ARIZONA KITUBLICAN TUESDAY 3IOIiMX(i, OCTOREK fi, i'.MH.
11 The Talk of The Cream Separator World Tire improved De Laval "II can't bo beaten." "It's ponchos and cream." "Nothing like it." "Ton years ahead of all others." "A triumph in separator construction." "'l'crfect in every feature." Those are but a few of the expressions one hears on every hand this year in praise of the new Improved PE LAVAL Cream Separator. From the Atlantic to the Pa cific the Improved DK LAVAL, has simply swept the field of all separator honors. Well informed dairymen nice they investigate the new l'H LAVAL will have nothing else at any price or under any condition. In one instance 22 Wisconsin dairy farmers were forced to buy hand separators on account of their branch creamery closing down, and SI of thein bought PK LAVAL machines, notwithstanding all would be competing, makes of separators were hot after the business. Like instances can be pointed out in almost every section of the country. The Improved PK LAVAL represents thirty years of manufacturing experience and the expenditure of many thousands of dollars in experimental work. It represents the knowledge gained from nearly a million PIS LAVAL machines in practical use by dairymen throughout the world. It represents the best ideas and brain work of the world's most skilled separator and mechanical engin eers. It is the product of the largest and finest equipped separator factory in existence. Surely the 1!0S PK LAVAL is ten years ahead of all others. If you haven't bought yours write today for a PE LAVAL catalogue and any desired information. Pratt-Gilbert Co. VVV' Jiaji win ifmnmn- popular Advertisements running for leu than FOl ALE. Al'CTI 'N TPAY at 1:Z a. m., at lb'- Aiubrnse Corral at 1 Points. We will s'-ll a l"t of extra good dairy ou s v. hit h belong to an estate and ! 1 1 1 1 1 bo soM. If y.ni want good ones i 1 ! ! I ' H;!?iil!l"tli!. Auctioneer. PI'IM.Ii' SALE Wed. Oct. 7. Com-!.i-t:eii: at 12 o" lock, noon, at my r.:'.. h ..p. Mi-Powell road, 3 1-2 miles i i-! Prill corner, or one mile iior;h and 1 2-4 miles east of asylum. : 1 i ad cattle. H cows wliich are .-1 'lid to none, and are dependable 'as. Tiiov have the milking habit. P.-irt are fresh, others to bo soon. S'Aeii heifers, springing, eight varlings and younger. Three steer a Ives, weaned. The stock are Pur l:.m; mid Jerseys, and must be so'.d. l'r- lunch served at 11 a. m. J. II. LhoaiK mi in r, Hammond, auc tion., r. At' 'TP TP ESI AY -in mora ingat 3 : : : i at Ambrose crra! at .1 points, i he r,n Halloway horses which are all large bono, good collars an! sizes. ". hicli arc now at the corral for your inspection. a herd h cows, a herd which are equal my in the valley all being heavy kors. this will be a good sale stock '.- be listed at Hammond Auction :s.-, t- !. red S333. i: !" 'R SALE "mo-fourth section of pa t' mi d land with 5 room dwelling. I Itrv cards, stable, wind mill and I'-MTvi-ir. Property will rent for ten nr i t nt -in investment. Pru e Sl'llo. !i W. K"s, Maricopa. Arizona. COMPLETELY FURNISHED N EW FIVE ROOM BRICK WITH SCREEN ROOMS. STRICTLY MODERN. ONE BLOCK FROM CAR LINE. SEE OWNER C. H. GRIGGS. 2128 W. MONROE, PHONE RED 8035. lid: SALE I2-"i pound 4 y-ur o'd oo't. single driving mare, 12"" pound, v. ork I:--:.-'-, matched span poi-.i.-s, two g ! barros. I'ioneer f-'iabb-s. I 'i'l: S. 1,1. - L- gliorn i lin k'-ns. g.,.nl iavrs. also a few spring Plymouth n ks. I n SALE "i"" stock of jewelry .'it :. of cost price. Address P. O. box 224. city. . For SALE Young chicks for table n--e. phono Main fc7 or call at Mea dow Farm 1-2 mile north of Five Points on 7th avenue. LET I S SELL Your ranches, E. Ir- in-- !t Co., 241 E. Washington, just a-toss from New York Store. I'or SALE Store, building lot and .-to. k. 227 E. Polk st. Pop. SALE White leghorn pullets, 6 1110. old. 2 miles E. Palm Lodge. I 1 SALT: A g 'od Jersey bail com ing 2 ars oid $::1. A. WciL-r, 1 1-2 S.I. ..r park. II HEAP oi-" I'oWS, Churn and P La .al separa'.or, 10 pound capacity. Pox 1 K.2. Phoenix A. TV For SALE Small clean well located b-i.-in. ,-s. flood reasons for soiling or will trade for real estate. Ad dress Post offi. e p.ox 224 city. For SALE Poland China brood sows, .", pound, Tompkins Ranch Rural No. 2. For SALE About ten acres first class land in citrus belt. Now in al-f-ill'a. Most productive ranch in val 1; . Apply W. J. Osborne, R. F. P. SALE G 1 alfalfa seed at i -v Corral, P10 per pound by the i.. some not so good !-. SALE Distilled water Light --r I. livery. ;'-.'. LIS High (trade piano Must F 1 J at a great sacrifice. Cash or asy rn nthly payments. Address R.-rnarl Pos, Roswell. Mexico. I d E Hi. 1 acres of first class oraiic. land. Not what .is called orai-ge iand, but the real goods. With imme ii , to water-right. The best th.-re i i. ft ir, the orange belt. Will sf-ll in 4" a. re trai ts at $2" and $171 Tier .1.1.-. Pick Erdman's Real Estate and Investment Co., 21 N- First St. I'lil! SALE T.-ii bead of good milch cows, hogs and horses. One-half mile west of fair grounds on Christy road. M. Perkins. T'5T aQbLadlLJwa' fcs." 'J ants on month must be paid in advance. PPI'.LIO SALE Wednesday. Oi t. 7. starts at PV.H'I a. m., Mr. W. R. Furl will sell his home No. soy West Jefferson and entire contents of the s rooms consisting in part, piano good as new, p.-rlor set, upholstered book cases, dressers, commodes, rockers, pictures, portieres iron beils, dining chairs, kitchen chairs, center table, couch, extension table, cabinet side board, rm lo r top, walnut bed room suite. matresMs, carpets, dishes, glassware, stove and looking utensils. Cabinet makers tools a::d work bench. 1 one-horso power engine, fem e posts, photogra pher tools, 411 chickens, 1 large driv ing horse, guaranteed to be pi rfectly safe for ladi'-s and children. 1 trap, 1 cart, harness and a thousand and one other articles. This is a model homo. S room house, lot 7.1 ft. front age, 137'; ft. deep, pip.-d for gas, ph-iity 'if shade, chicken yard, barn, sh. is, etc. Tonus on real ostalo, 1-2 down, balance B mo. time at s per cent interest. W. R. Furl, owner, S. (I. Rogers, auctioneer, tel. red 2'i71. F11R SALE Nice 6 boom frame cot tage, large screen room and kitchen, stable for six horses, lot 71x24" plen ty of shade, flowers and all kinds of large fruit trees, price $22"0. Call morning, see o-, nor on premises, 923 East Van Huron. If R SALE R RENT Modem" six room brick with screen room out side, gas, bath and electric lights partly furnished, fj.'ii North First St., owner 1420 W. Washington St. For SALIC-A thoroughly reliable family or ladies driving mare. Sound, strong and a bargain at the price asked as owner must sell. For particulars see the Pacific Horse Shoeing shop. For SALE Creen cut bon for chick ens 3c per pound, delivered, send postal to "Weber" Route 2. $500 DOWN BUYS-ANEW6 ROOM BRICK. BALANCE LIKE RENT. THIS IS A GOOD INCOME PROP ERTY. FINE SHADE, CITY WA TER ETC. LOT 100X135. PRICE FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY $1500. GREENE & GRIFFIN REAL ES TATE & INVESTMENT CO., 127 N. CENTER. FOR SALE Surrey and buggy, good condition, cheap. Also house and 2 lots. Apply 742 West Taylor. 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. nter. FOR HIGH GRAPE Reasonably priced pianos, call on Mrs. Isaac Hayes, af ter Oct. nth, 3!0 No. 1st ave., or phone, now. Red N7S1. FOR SALE 6 year old driving mare, saddle horse, cheap work horse, gen tle saddle pony. Good burros, Pio neer Stables, 23 S. .1.1 St. FOR SALE Reclining wheel chair, 142'i W. Washington St. F iR"EP SALE of some good residence lots, a good speculation as owner is about to leave town. Address G. O. P . P. O. Hox 61. FOR oT'.ANGE LA NP See Francis l-'razi.-r. S.olts.lale. Ariz. FOR SAL! Pop corn machine cheap. Call at Lunch Stand Washington. 1st ave. and FOR SALE Good twelve hundred pound work mare and milk goats, also a nice mineral cabinet. 120 spec imens. Zion box 43. Phoenix. FOR SALE 4 ') head c.r No. 1 dairy cow s, and 30 head of dairy heifers from one i'oar old past to two year old past. See R. H. Mcllmoil, 7 1-2 miles on Yumfi road. FOR SALE A big bargain. Pin acres of good land not far from town at $4D per acre. Must be sold quick. Pick Erdman's Real Kstate and In vestment Co.. 28 N. First st. CHb 'KEN SFOli T S ALK- At316 East Van Huron. Foil SALE Holstein bull and thor nughbred pedigreed Dutch Belted. Emil Hurler. Mesa. FoR SALE 12 dairy cows. 1 1 IV Lehman, Glendale. .VSL- I FOR SALE Nice 6 room frame cot tage, large screen room and kitcher, stable for 6 horses. Lot 75x240 feet, plenty of shade and flowers and all kinds of large fruit trees, price $2,200. Call mornings and see owner on premises, y 33 Fast Van liuren St. Foil SALK Portable house, com pletely furnished. Inquire at room 411 1 'killing Illock. FOIl KALE OR TRADE Or to feed on shares brood sows. Jas. G. Hum mels, Cilendale, Aria. FOR KENT. FOR RENT Furnished (oom, all mod ern conveniences. 44 S. Third Ave. Foil RENT Half of house, partly furnished, to man and wife or a cou ple of ladies, party to do light house keeping for rent. Apply to Cass Pros., 623 North Second avenue. FOR RENT Two pleasant furnished rooms all modern conveniences, D7S . . X. fith St. F R RENT Furnisi led and house keeping rooms. The Irving, .130 W. Washington. F iR IU-:.TNi(-eIy furnished tents for liijht housekeeping. One block from car. Lacey's, 13th and Calif, ave.. Prill Addn. FOR RENT Completely furnished housekeeping rooms, 31S N. First ave. FOR RENT Seven room dwelling. North Center, permanent tenants, cheap. Inquire 3"6 North Second street. FoR RENT Nice housekee ping - or single rooms furnished. 316 N. 5th street. FOR RENT Furnished room w ith .or. without screen room, in modern two story residence one block from two car lines. No sick. tiH2 X. 2nd St. FoR KENT Furnished house-keeping suites, modern, or rent whole house. 37S X. 1st Ave. FFRXISH ED II ousokoepiiig sti ites, also single rooms. 376 Xorth 4th ave. FoR RENT li'i.i acres of good (train land. Full water right. Apply J. L. Irvin Real Estate. 1st avenue. COMPLETELY FI'RNISHED Five room brick house with screen sleep ing room and all modern conveni ences, one block from car line. In quire Airs. A L. Stephens, 2n41 W. Monroe St., near the Dunbar Rose Gard.-n or nlmii.- black S'i31. For RENT Furnished two room tent. Inquire IPoi V.. Van Ituren St. FoR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms with pian. for light house keeping. $30 per month, inquire 27 East Van Huron. LARGE Sl'NNY FRo.N'T ROOM close in. suitable for one or two, rea sonable, US N. 1th ave. d i 1 ; E . T Thr.-e fi 1 r 1 1 i s h o d r is f..r housekeeping. .","7 North 1st ave. For RENT 1-rooui cottage, furnish ed: also room and board. Call at 126 W. Madison. XI" 'ELY Fl'RNISHEP Roo.MSTclean and airy. The Gran.lviow House, di reitly opposite the Court House on Washington street. For RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Address 711 X. 3rd St. FOR RENT 2 nice light housekeeping rooms, i6 N. Second St. cor. Me Kinley. FOR RENT Nicely furnished three rooni house with screen porch, also large furnished tent. Spencc's place, 13th St.. Prills Addition. FOR RENT Furnished house for two well adults. E. E. Powell. 230 So. First ave. Ft R RENT Furnished front room to healthy gentleman. S20 X. 3rd St. FOR REXTH'. -"acres at Glendale. Address C. M. Stephens, R. 3 City. FOR R ENT H OUS EST ROOMS TENTS. ALSO BOARD. CITY OR COUNTRY. SELECT LIST. ROOM ERS' & BOARDERS' EXCHANGE, 4 WEST ADAMS. FOR RENT Pesirablo furnished lodg ing room. Front entrance, 317 North 3rd ave. Fort RENT Rooms for bulging and housekeeping. Modern conveniences, no sick, 347 X. 4th ave. FOR REXT Elegant rooms at The Copeland, 36S X. 2nd Ave. FOR." RENT Nicely "urn'shed light house koe-iing rooms, 722 N 2nd. St. FOR RENT Completely furnished five-room house; all modern con veniences, rhone black 803.1. FOR RENT The coolest rooms In Phoeaix, 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 1-2 of furnished house, bath, gas range, lawn, shade and screen room. 523 West Adams St. IIEIP WANTED. WANTED An experienced cleaner and spotter. No other need apply. Arizona Cleaning Works, 23.1 East Wash. WANTED A good man to cook oil ranch. Apply box 1061, Phoenix. l.'XCLE SAM wants mail carriers and postoffice clerks. Examinations here November lsth. Examinations for railway mail dork, customs dorks and clerks at Washington coming. $6110 yearly. Common education suf ficient. I'reparation free. WRITE. Franklin Institute, Rochester, N. Y. WANTED Man and wife, woman to do house work anil man to care for yard. etc. References required. Call at Cos c:t Jefferson street or tele phone red S422. WANTED Collection agency or lady or gentleman to act as collector of installmon accounts in Phoenix. Li beral commission. Address box 544, Oakland, Cal. W A X T E D Woman skirts. American to sew and Cleaners & press Hat- ters, 38 S. Center, city. WAXTED Men and strong boys. Combination Trade School and Con tracting Co., teaches the trades by actual work; electricity, plumbing, bricklaying. and pays advanced students wages. Free catalogue. Union School of Trades, 124 E. 9, Los Angeles. WAXTEI Millinery apprentice aT The Fair at once. WAX TED Woman for general house work. Call No. 510 X. Center St., or phone Main 303. WANTED A woman for general housework. Mrs. C. P. Root, Rural No. 3. WANTED Girl to wait on table American Kitchen. at WANTED A boy or young man with or without wheel to deliver newspa pers every morning. Charles Hinck ley, Post Office News Store. WNLYREAi7tRADESCHOOL 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 Angeies. MEX. LEARN. BARBER. TRADE time required; graduates earn twelve to thirty dollars week. Mol er Barber College, Los Angeles. SITUATIONS WANTED. WAXTED Position as ateiTographer, address D. Hox 11, Phoenix.. YOFXG MAX wants some out of door work In city or range. MAX WAXTS jobbing work, carpen tering, furniture repairing, painting, carpet laying. Terms moderate (R) 731 E. Van Buren St., rear. WAXTKI) Position by good reliable cook and housekeeper. Address "The Denver House." POSITION" WAXTED By competent lady stenographer who can do light bookkeeping. Address- Box 20, Re publican. YOFXG LADY of good character wants housework. No washing. Good cook, neat seamstress. Healthy. Miss, Republican office. WAXTED Situation hs milker. Ad dress J. C. this office. WAXTED Position, general house work. Address O. M. this office. WAXTED a position as cook by good strong Japanese boy. Box 75 Repub lican. FIRST CLASS JAP COOK having eight years experience in family cooking wishes to get a position. Ad dress Jap Frank. No. 221 East Wash ington st. Phoenix. WAXTED Position by Jap boys good cooks, waiters and housework, and gardens. Japanese club, 640 West Monroe St., telephone S442. I'OSITK N WAXTEDRygoo.l Jap anese cooh who worked in hotel and restaurant for many years. Address 40J s. 4th street, or P. O. Box 603, Phoenix. 3IISCELLANEOUS. REWARD For information ' of the whereabouts of Bessie Grenior, ago 14. Calvin T. Grenior, Yormo, San Bernardino Co., Cal. PARTY WITH TEAMS Wants con tract plowing or putting in-160 acres or more. Applv to Valley Corral or address 31i X. 10 ve. WANT Nice room or sleeping porch where home comforts and good board can be had by pentleman. Out If near car line.Addrrss C. L. care Re publican. ' WANTED To P, I" Y A transfer wagon or complete outfit Must be in good c ondition. P. . box 224. Phoenix. PICTURE FRAMES made to order, all sizes and kinds at Balke'a Big Curio Store.. WANTED To buy a second hand bi cycle. Address P.ox 2!', this office. I HAVE A Nice seven room cottage in town which I want to trade for a few acres not too far from town. Ad dress !".. Republican. WANTED An income business prop erty in Phoenix. What have you? Address E.. Republican. 1 HAVE A Few thousand dollars to invest in Phoenix and Salt river val ley property and am looking for snaps. Advise me what you have. Answer E, Republican. LADIES ATTENTION IF YOU ARE HOUSE HUNTING OR WANT A FURNISHED ROOM, CALL AT 245 EAST WASHINGTON ST., AND MRS. IRVINE WILL TAKE YOU TO SEE SOME OF THE NICEST PLACES IN TOWN. WAXTED Houses and rooms to rent, 24.1 E. Washington. E. Irvine & Co. WOULD YOU TAKE ADVANTAGE of a chance to make some easy mon ey? Well here it is: I have three 40 ai re tracts, with cane and volunteer barley, that will make you cow and chicken feed for all winter on them, which I will sell at $40 per acre. This crop is ready to harvest and water, on regular contract is paid for, go and take a look at this beautiful sec tion, 16 T, 1 ;. R. 1 E., S 1-2 west of capitol bldg. on Buckeye road. FOWLER. Room 1, Xat'l Bank Ari zona Bldg. To LOAN $2i'0 on realty worth dou ble, 8 per cent. Lan, Republican. VANTEDTo MEETParty from Cal ifornia with some means who under stands irrigation and the orange bus iness, and who will take interest in good proposition. 210 W. Wash. St. WANTED To BI'Y Two mares for ramih work. H. J. Perkins, R. F. D. No. 3. WANTED Thoroughbred collie, male pup. F. Herbert Ballon. Fe- DRESSM A KING 445 W. Washington st., satisfaction guaranteed. PRESS MAKING PARLORS Open for the season, glad to see old patrons and a fair share of the new, 1108 E. Jefferson St. WANTED Sewing at home or by the day. Prices reasonable. Satisfac tion guaranteed. 212 E. Pierce St. ED LIGHTNER'K CAB is on the street again. Front of The Talace, day and night, phone main 112. SOMETHING NEW The Commercial hotel barber shop, renovated, paint ed, etc. Women barbers only. Hot and cold baths always ready. PA d XTIXG AN D 1 P ER Tl AX gTx G Branch of course, 24 North Second street. CALL AT Japanese Club for any kind of help. 640 W. Monroe St. Phone Red 442. MADAME REX A Scienti f Ic KTmist and reader. 210 East Adams St. MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS Exper ' lenced card reader. Sees past, pres ent and future. Ladies, 25c; gentlemen 60 cents. 121 Buchanan St., corner Third. DRESSMAKING Just returned from the east ready to accommodate my old customers and some new. 330 North 4th street. WAX TED TO TR A D E A saddle" pony, perfectly gentle, good saddler, for a work mare that will breed. S'-e Woodruff at Tolleson's, mile south of foundry. 1 AIRS. ELLIE WAKE; Hair dresser, I 39 E. Adams St. Phone Red 8072. COME TO US when you want a trunk roped and hauled. Only 25c. Al ways on time. Lightning Delivery and Storage Co. LOST AND FOUND. LOST White embroidered belt with gold buckle set. Return to Repub lican. LOST Last Thursday, dark brown burro branded V on left neck. Been roached, several white saddle marks. Perfectly gentle. Reward for return to Cowbov Corral. STOLEN New Pierce wheel, cushion frame, spring fork, coaster brake. 26-inch frame. Reward. C. H. Val entine. LOST My black spaniel dog Satur day morning. Return to 441 W. Washington, reward, W. B. Twitchell. FOUND Odd Fellows and Eastern Star pin. Owner call at Republican office. LOST Ladles' watch, engraved M. C. B. Mrs. C. Brauer, Temnc WHERE TO BUY WHEN YOU DON'T Feel like eating much in the middle of the dav. try a 1c dish of ice cream. The "Only" Confectioner, 238 E. Washington. WE CAN SELL You coal, wood, hay and grain at market price or lower. We have no big rents to pay, try us. Lyall & Son, 1st & Monroe, phone black 29S1. CALL AT City Poultry Yard for strictly grain fed poultry. Cor. 17 and Grand Ave., phone red 8443. BUY YOUR Hay, grain, groceries and wood from 50c up from M. J. Brady 424 South Second St.. tele phone, black 264. AFTER OYER 30 years in Phoenix we certainly know what you want. Call at the Santa Fe saloon south 7th Ave. and see. BARTLETT pears 2'l-c; clean alfalfa seed, hay, bran and barley. Crump Hay and Grain Co. ON YOUR WAY HOME Stop at the Midway saloon, whiskey and wine by the gallon, bonded goods a spec ialty, price right. John Evrich. S U X I ) A YS A X D E V E R Y DA Y You will find cartridges, fresh meats, bread, groceries, dry goods, tin and glassware, hay and grain at J. M. Iberri's 6th &. Jackson, prone red S2IM. yUAXTITY as well as quality are sent you when you trade at Forney's, Five Points. Phone Red 2161. WEWILL GIVE YOU Free of charge an enlarg'-mbut with every kodak finishing order that amoun.is to $3 or more. Try Westborg's Studio, opposite New York Store. F.LACKSMITIIIjNG FRANK WOOD, practical horseshoor. Specialty mad? of lame and faulty gaited horse, 105 West Jefferson St. riione black 551. KEI'AIKIJSG SHuES SOLED New machinery. Prices right, opposite Adams hotel. Call and see the work, 114 North Center st. YOUR SHOES CAN BE REPAIRED by the newest and most uptodate machiney, while you wait. Call at 114 No. Center, opposite Adams Ho tel. WE REPAIR lawn mowers, sewing machines, bicycles, hotwater bags. Work fully guaranteed. G. A. Smith, 17 and 19 South Second street, rhone red 242. BOARDING AND ROOM ING HOUSES. FAIRMONT LODGING HOUSE REN OVATED AND REPAINTED UN DER NEW MANAGEMENT. COSY ROOMS AT MODERATE RATES, 122 WEST WASHINGTON, OPPO SITE COURT HOUSE. WANT Nice room or sleeping porch where home comforts and good board can be had by gentleman, out if near car line. Address C. L. care Repub lican. NEW-DENNIS COR. WA SHINGTO N AND SECOND ST BROAD VERAN DAS OVER LOOKING PLAZA. EVERYTHING NEW AND MOD ERN. ROOMS AND LOCATION ATTRACTIVE. THE POLK All rooms just remodel ed, renovated and sanitary, reason able rates. See Mrs. Hughes before renting, 215 E. polk, phono black 96!3. ROOM, BOARD AND CARE for in valid sick at Wayside Inn, 119 West Jefferson St., back of Court house. YOU CAN GET a good clean room at $1.50 a week and eat good meals at 1.1c 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. THE SIXTH AVE. FAMILY HOTEL Dining table under personal super vision of Mrs. Kelso, now open. Airy and pleasant rooms. STABLE AND CORRAL. FOR SALE. One 5 year old mule for sale. Weighs 1000 pounds, $125 for cash if taken at once. Must go. Ambrose Corral, Five Points. ENSIGN LIVERY Gener? i livery, sales and boarding statne, horses bought and sold on commission, also second hand vehicles for sale and electrical horse clipping. Corner of 1st and Adams. PA LO ALTO STABLES for swell hacks 4 and 7 seaters, buggies and showy saddle horses. Stevens and Wiggins, phone Main 73, 4th ave., between Adams and Washington. CLUB STABLE Do you want a good livery rig, if you do ring up Club stable X. Center St. near P. O., tel. M. 283. THE VAX BUREN CORRAL, Corner of 2nd Ave. & Van Buren. Phone Black 2741. All kinds of horses for sale. Nice rigs, good saddle horses for hire. GOOD horses and mules for sale, rea sonable prices. Valley Corral, Five Points. J. N., AND H. M. ELLISON will open "The Cowboy Corral on Oct. 1st with a new lot of rigs and horses, special care has been taken in the selection of both horses and buggies, new har ness and stylish rigs for hire. We board your horses right. We also sell hay. Call us up on the phone. Mack 8444, The Cowboy Corral, Five Points. ' HIGH HEADED, toppy, drivers, plenty of style and speed, fashionable bug gies and surrys. Center Street Liv ery, 23.1 No. Center. A. E. Frank forter, phone Main 31. I'IONEER 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 BL Busses. Ambulance. Livery. 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. STENO(;ilAIMI Y PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER, typewrit ing, copying, notary public. See Miss Steinentann in the office of Eugene Brady O'Neill. O'Neill building. 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. CONTRACTING BRICK AND CONCRETE WORK Of all kinds, estimates given on all work. Jobbing a specialty. Work done ori percentage. C. W. Hunter, 807 W. Adams, phone red 9465. H0M 1 Wl l I I I Ml I 1 I 1 1 I ' I FORSALEl 27 ACRES WELL IMPROVED, CORNER OF CAVE CREEK ROAD, 3 MILES NORTH. PRICE S323 PER ACRE. Dwight B, Heard W t i I ) I 1 I ! t I 1 I I 1 1 M I 1 I 1 I t. w-f-:-H---i-r-:-:-:-H:-H-H-H-;-5- RARE BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE 40 ACRES NEAR GLENDALE, LEVEL, EXCELLENT SOIL. S75 PER ACRE. 20 ACRES NEAR WARD'S ORANGE GROVE. LEVEL. S2300 MESA AND TEMPE LANDS. E. J. BENNITT & CO. t.B tit FOR SALE. 3- room house with 50 foot lot, city water and shade, for SHOO, easy pay ments, $10 down, and $10 per month. 2 houses with 73 foot frontage, city water, shade, etc., for $725, easy pay ments, $10 down and $20 per month. 4- room frame house with city wat er, shade and fence, for $t10. 4- room frame house one block from Washington street and 9'4 blocks from Center street, for $700, terms reasonable. 8-room brick house with 100 foot frontage, good shade, bath, etc., for $2200. 7- room brick house in good location with 110 foot frontage, good stable and other Improvements, for $2100. 8- room modern brick house close in for $2610. FOR RENT. 5- room brick house on car line, bath and electric lights, for $23 per month, if taken for one year. Furnisli.-d rooms for light house keeping in all parts of the city on application. Furnished and unfurnished houses not included in above list on appli cation. B. G. PECKA, 510-512 W. Washing ton St., Real Estate. Loans and In surance. Phone Red S3U5. t FOR SALE I 40 acres, north of Phoenix, a f bargain, half cash, balance 8 X1 per cent. V 40 40 acres west of Phoenix, in !j. alfalfa, at a bargain. V 20 acres close in, northwest T of Phoenix, $100 per acre. $2,000 to loan on improved 4- t city property. V Call and see us. T 4 TAYLOR-BERRYMAN CO. T .l.,I.,i,,;..;,,,.t..H--H-H-W44lM For Sale Nice 5-room brick cottage, modern and good as now: very best of loeation. shade ami lawn. Price and terms good. Two-acre tract adjoining town, with 5-room brick, well improved, and a bargain for a few days. Twenty acre tract improved, near town, at auction price. For Rent Fine 9-rnom unfurnished modern brick Bennett lane and North Second avenue the ideal location. 11-room brick, unfurnished, on West Jefferson; by month or year. 5-room frame, semi-modern, close in, and cheap for this lo cation. Furnished houses and rooms of every description. H. I. Latham & Co. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, RENTALS & INVESTMENTS. 44 N. Center St. PHOENIX, ARIZ. Phone Main 220. It may pay you to see us be fore either renting or buying. '! I II! 1 I I II II IIMIllllllin I A GOOD HOME I i At a small cost; 6-room brick T T with 3 fifty-foot lots, well lo- T I J, catod, can be had for $2600, on easy terms. Marshall. Kay & Co. jj I! 9 West Adams SL T i i 1 11 1 I I 1 I I 1 ! I ! I I' 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 l FOR SALE. Orange Groves and Lands Ranch and City Property - FOR RENT. Houses, Rooms and Ranches. E. L King & Co. 18 N. 2nd Ave. REAL ESTATE AGENTS. NEW CENTER STREET 5-ROOM RESIDENCE. Just completed. In 1000 block; modern in every respect; open for inspection. For terms and price see THOMAS at end of Indian School car line. Phone County 19. '. I I 1 1 1 I I I I i I 1 I I I i I I I M I t-r- : Let Us Show You I - an investment of S2.000.00 which will more than double each year for the next five years. Yours for business. i The Arizona Land Co. t MESA, ARIZONA. H"H !' I 'M' I' M 1 l"l I H ! I 1 1 ! 1 H FOR RENT A modern. 9-room house, close in, first class in every respect. Rents by the year on the avenues. Any body desiring such a property come and see me. Owing to my change of office you will find mo in the corner of the Owl drug stre Phone Main 121. A. R.TAYLOR, 43 W. Adams SL Phoenix. Aria. For Scze 100 acre ranch, about SO acres in alfalfa, all fenced. Owner's interest in. one of the best private ditches in the valley can be bought, insuring , a continuous water supply. This is one of the best buys in the valley and will go quick. I'rice $75 per acre. . . $20 per acre buys a quarter sec tion 1:5 miles from Phoenix. ";- Housekeeping rooms in all parts of the city for rent. COLE BROTHERS 210 West Washington Street. Phona Black 2681. THE HOFFMAN CIGAR i STAND, C J. DOYLE, PROP.. i CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Corner Broaaway 41 Cantar. j-j i jf for saleTI