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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1909.
Its Money You Want? Wall, it is in the increase In yield that the val ue of a grain drill is really tested and it is through these increased returns that your profit lies. The Monitor Double Disc Drill will increase the yield from three to several bushels per acre, and does this because it plants the seed right. On this machine the two discs are mode "of the best saw steel, are beveled and come together at the point where they enter the ground, forming a sharp revolving blade which cuts a clean furrow of exact and proper depth, leaving a little ridge in the center. This ridge splits the fall of the seed and leaves it in two rows on either eide of the ridge and every ker nel of the grain is covered properly and of even depth. As each kernel is given plenty of room the result is a more vigorous stool, even growing, each shoot helping its neighbor, and a more prolific head ing of the grain. Furthermore the Monitor will do absolutely per fect work In any kind of soil and wherever a learn can travel. It is the lightest draft drill made and w'ill do good work In either wet or dry weather. Corn stalks, stubble or trash cannot clog it. The discs are cleaned automatically and work positively without a hitch. Our people turn out very superior single disc drills; also shoe and hoe drills, but for your pocket's rake. Investigate the Monitor Double Dise Drill. We are not from "Mlneouri" nor are we from "Texas," but if you have any grain or alfalfa seed to plunt we can "show you" and can "put in your hands" the means to save seed, save horse flesh, save money and get big increased returns. I Popular Advertisements running for less than HAMMOND'S AUCTIONS AUCTION Wednesday, Feb. 24, com mencing at 1: to p. m., at my resi dence, 148 W. Monroe, I will sell the entire contents of my home consist ing in part of: Ivers A Pond "Baby Grand" piano, six-piece wicker par lor set, book case, mission music cabinet, portieres, oak dining room set, consisting of a beau tiful sideboard, massive dining, . table, set of leather upholstered dining chairs, china closet and china, Sxl2 Axminster art square, wool 8x12 art square, small velvet rugs, oak Princess dresser, chiffonier, brass bad, oak bed, springs, hair and cotton mattresses, box couch, cot, small of fice desk, gas -and wood heaters, cooking utensils, refrigerator, kitch en tables, carpenter and yard too la; 30 pure Barred Plymouth Rock hens and six cockerels which took prises at Denver and Phoenli poultry shows, 100 fet of poultry netting. There has been no sickness In this home. El L. Shaw, owner. Hammond, Auc tioneer. MAMMOTH AUCTION. OWING TO THE DEATH OF MY WIFE, AND MY CONSEQUENT RETURN TO THE EAST, I WILL. DISPOSE OF MY ENTIRE HOUSE HOLD EFFECTS, BROUGHT HERE AND NEVER UNCRATED, AT PUBLIC SALE, BEGINNING FRI DAY. FEBRUARY 26, AND CONTINUING DAILY THEREAFT ER UNTIL THE GOODS ARE SOLD. THEY WILL BE DISPLAY ED AFTER WEDNESDAY NEXT AT 3$ N. FIRST AVE. DURING THIS SALE PURCHASERS WILL BE ENABLED TO OBTAIN ALL, OR ANY PART OF THE FUR NISHINGS OF A COMPLETE, ARTISTIC HOME, INCLUDING FINE FURNITURE, RUGS, PIC TURES, TABLEWARE, ORNA MENTAL LAMPS, BRONZES, LIN EN, ELECTRIC LIGHTING EF FECTS, BEAUTIFUL HALL CLOCK (TUBULAR CHIMES, EL LIOTT WORKS, CASE BY TO BEY, CHICAGO). GLOW LAMPS, BOOKS -EXQUISITE DRAPERIES, HAND SOME SILK PORTIERES, WIN DOW FIXTURES, FINE CHINA, CUT GLASS, MARBLE, KITCHEN WARE, REFRIGERATOR, BEDS AND BEDDING, IN FACT EVERY THING IN THE MAKE-UP OF A BEAUTIFUL MODERN HOME. SALE TO START AT 10 A. M FRI DAY, ON 24 BARRELS OF BRIC-A-BRAC, CUT GLASS AND CHINA. TERMS OF SALE, CASH. GOODS REMOVED DAY OF SALE. L. B. ROLAND. W. D. HAMMOND WILL CONDUCT SALE. FOB SALE. FOR SALB "Ttroutairw9 40 tor setting. Alse small efaick. Brb. 22d Ave, and Jacfason. Bad 8324. FCrR"SALa 6St win bur good es tablished business, contrail? locat ed, it taken at eaoe. AjSdreas ZSt B. Washington St. FOR SALT? About thirty thousand orange seed bod trees grows In Phoenix. Arte.,' at $SS.4 a thousand. Also; orange seed for sale at $S.6t a gallon, at Riverside. Write to J: A. Van Kirk, J6t Walnut St, Riverside, Cal., or call on W. C. Whitlock," at Elvey & Huletf s drug store, between 8 and 7 p.m. daily. FOR SALBV-Ftefis for incubation. Rhode Island Red. First prize birds at Territorial Fair. Davidson, 702 H. Jefferson. FOR SALE Fgs for hatching. Best Barred Plymouth Rocks in territory, headed by $50 cock. First prize at 5 fairs, Davidson."702 E Jefferson. FOR SALB Service of Col. Randolph, No. 49762. Electioneer-Wilkes, stal lion, $15. J. K. Wheat, 8. First Ave. FOR SALE Day-old chicks, eggs for hatching from Peerless strain prize winning Standard single comb White Leghorns. Or 1 will start you In the business with one of "Weber's Fire less Brooders" and 40 chicks for $10. "Weber," mile west Indian School. FOR SALE Five full blooded White Leghorn roosters. M .O. Odell. PraMilbert Co. ants one month mutt be paid in advance. FOR SALE. AUCTTOX SALE Tempo, Aria.. Sat urday, Feb. 7. at 1:30 o. m., at the Carr Auction House. Household fur niture, art squares, carpet., rugs, high-grade cotton and hair mat tresses; In fact, everything that goes io rurnisnea a nouse. Sewing ma chines, steel ranges, eook stoves, cooking utensils, dishes, etc. We will ell anything of value that you bring in. Horses, names, cows, farm wag ons, merchandise of any description. Highest cash prices guaranteed. Bring in day of sale. Prompt atten tion given to sale in any part of the valley. Stock hales a specialty. Correspondence solicited. 179 phone. McClain, Auctioneer. VOR SALE) Barred Plymouth Hock eggs for setting. J. A. Biggins, Phone Co. 212. FOR SALE One Petaluma brooder, 200 chicks, cheap. J. R. Moldrum, mile south Bastlake Park. R. D. 1. PIGEONS FOR SALE) CHEAPlirPar kef's ranch, west end of Adams. Phone Red S93Z. FOR SALB Although oranges have gone op, Woodruff Bros., of Five Points, are still selling those large, delicious bloods at $1.60 and up. Best hay in town, fresh groceries. Phone Red 9201. FOR SALB Blue blood Airedale ter riers. Ralph Murphy, Glendale, Ariz. FOR SALE Fine canopy-topped car riage, rubber tires, set of harness and robes, in flrst-clase condition, at a bargain. Call up P. H. Hayes of the Fleming Building for infor mation. FOR SALE) Reliable, sound, good all around horse, weight 1,100; age 7. Price $75 If sold Immediiately. Ore gon Corral, Fve Points. FOM SALB Orange eeedllnss. feet II wnts; also choice grape roots, 1 and 2 years. Palms, umbrellas, pep pers, etc. J. K. Wheat, S. First Ave. FOR SALE. SAFES Herring-Hall Marvin safes. Ellwood H. Orth, salesman for Arizona. P. O. Box ISI, Phoenix, Ariz. FOR SALB Gravel delivered any part of tbs dty. 13.69 per yard. See Fred Warrea. City Ice Delfvery FOR SALB Cgga for inoubatiea and katCBlng. pure bred single comb brown leghorn. Laying strain. Orders for es- aid chicks. Mrs. W. E. Springer, R, F. D. No. 4. FOR SALB Buff Leghorn eggs for setting from the best strains In the United States. W. M. Goodwin, Tempe. FOR SALS Three Petaluma incubat ors 824. two 211 capacity; one cy phers 120 egg. J. H. hoads, R. No. 1. FOR SALE Brown Leghorn hens, young stock. One doz. or 30 doz. at $9 per dox.. delivered within reason able distance. J. II. Rhoads, 4 miles east on McDowell road. rXR SALE Household goods consist- Ing of $-burner gas plat, bed, 1 la dies' wheel, 1 gent's wheel. Confec tionery, 23S E- Washington. FOR SALE Pony. . Inquire at Cactus Ranch, S. Seventh Ave. FOR SALE One black team geldings. weight 2,400 lbs.; 4 and 6 years old; well broken; will be at Commercial Corral until Feb. 28. F. G. Millage. FOR SALE Good Jersey cow. Beck- nell. 2 miles out on Indian school line. FOR SALE A good? work horse, cheap. at Commercial CorraL REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALB 40 ' acres acres of good alfalfa rented for $35 per month. Two miles north Alhambra. W. S. Stennett, one mile north of Alham bra. YOU can make the biggest monev now, by buying Glendale lands. WE are 'the best ' equipped office in the valley to give you the best buys In the Glendale country. We know every acre. Glendale lands, $6S per acre and up. We have some choice pieces right In the townsite of Glen dale for $200 per acre. Valley Realty Company, S4 W. Adams St. FOR SALE Orange and ranch Francis Frazier, Scottsdale. land "I 1"1H i l l ! i H H"H H I 1H I Wells Drilled i N. I CARPENTER. With Pratt-Gilbert Co. M it M"1"M"H"1'' mull REAL ESTATE FOR SALE !p!5un&0rZTALANC BUYS COSY 5-ROOM HOUSE, LOT 50x135. PRICE, $1,600. GREENE & GRIFFIN REAL ESTATE & IN VESTMENT CO, 127 N. CENTER ST. FOR SALE 80 ACRES AT $125', JOINING TOWNSITE OF GLEN DALE. THIS IS THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY IN THE VALLEY. GOOD ONLY TILL TUESDAY. VALLEY REALTY CO, 34 WEST ADAMS. ' $1,000 CASH BALANCE EASY BUYS FINE NEW HOME, CORNER CENTER AND PORTLAND STS. GREENE & GRIFFIN REAL ES TATE & INVESTMENT CO, 127 N. CENTER ST. FOR SALE Frame house, 1120 Grand Ave.,; price $125; buyer remove it. Write Box 23i, Tempe. FOR SALE One lot in Evergreen add., on car line. 75x213. Well im proved, at a bargain if sold soon. See J. B. Hynes at City Poultry Yards on Grand Ave. CHRISTY ACRES A COUNTRY HOME WITH CITY CONVEN IENCES. 2'2 ACRE TRACTS WITHIN 2 BLOCKS OF CAPITAL CAR LINE. E.ASY TERMS. GREENE & GRIFFIN REAL ES TATE A INVESTMENT CO, 127 N. CENTER ST. MEXICAN AND TEXAS COAST LANDS, near Tamplco and Hous ton, 10 toy 10,00-acre tracts. W. H. Greene, Agt, 515 N. 2nd St., Phoe nix. A. T. FUK SALE SNAP 6-iiOoM BlUCK; CLOSESTS, SCREEN ROOM; ALL MODEItN: SHADE, CEMENT WALK. LAWN; In CHURCHILL ADDITION; $700 CASH. BALANCE LIKE RENT; PRICE $2,350... N. A. MOKFORD, 4 W. ADAMS ST. $750. DOWN BUYS 5-ROOM BRICK, GAS FOR COOKING, ELECTRIC LIGHT, BATH, TOILET. PRICE, 250. GREENE A GRIFFIN REAL ESTATE A INVESTMENT CO, 127 N. CENTER ST. FOR .HALH New, modern b-room bungalow on N. Central Ave.; easy terms. Inquire of P. A. Tharaldson at The Hub. FOR SALE One of the oldest Indian stores on the Pima reservation. Es tablished 35 years. A good money . maker. Reason for selling, have two others to look after. Building stock and fixtures will Invoice about two thousand. Good terms to right party. Address J. V. Edwards, Maricopa, Arizona. FOR SALE OR TRADE 120 acre ranch near Kelvin, CO acres In cult! vation, 2 houses, good well, all fenc ed. See owner, 1007 E. Polk St. FOR SALE UNTIL FEB. 25. I WILL BELL AT A BARGAIN, AND AT A LESS PRICE THAN EVER OF FERED, THAT BEAUTIFUL FIVE ROOM, MODERN CEMENT BLOCK COTTAGE ONLY HALF A BLOCK FROM THE CAPITOL BUILDING. ONLY $750 CASH NECESSARY TO HANDLE THIS PROPERTY. BALANCE INSTALLMENTS. SEE OWNER, 1622 W. WASHINGTON FOR SALE 40 acres in alfalfa and grain; good brick house, cost $2,500 Land adjoins city limits; price $8000, Half down, balance 6 per cent in terest. This property Is worth $12. 000. See Groom before It's gone, 24 W. Jefferson St., in Rogers' Auction House. FOR SALE Modern six-room brick south front, good shade; two blocks from car line; close In; rents for $25 per month. Owner non-resident. Will sell cheap. Enquire 704 West Madison St. FOR RENT. FURNISHED Housekeeping suite, al so single room. 376 North Fourth avenue. FOR RENT 2 room frame house. front and back porch, water, $4 a month. Well white neople desired. 134 South 4th Ave. FOR RENT New modern 5-room bungalow completely furnished. Also a 7-room cottage. 1001 N. First St. FOR RENT Furnished f rent rooms. bath, electricity, screen room clothes closets, sunny, on car line not far out. 10 N. Tenth Ave. FOR RENT 6 room brick, bath. electric lights, 237 E. Madison, St. FOR RENT Small brick cottage on car line. Partly furnished, tig per month. Inquire of P. A. Tharaldson at The Hub. FURNISHED TENT to rent on car line. $04 B. Pierce St. Telephone Black 8962. FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room. Price $15. Apply No. 359 N. Second Ave. FOR RENT A large comfortably fur nished room at the Copeland, 388 N. Second Ave. FOR RENT New, modern, five-room brick house; gas, electricity and all the latest improvements. Furnished If desired. 60 N. Second Ave. FOR RENT Furnished room in new bungalow, never occupied. 515 N. Second St. No sick taken. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, house keeping privileges. 314 North First Ave. FOR RENT House, 120 S. Third Ave. Inquire C. D. Darren. FOR RENT 4 rooms completely fur nished for housekeeping. 36S North First Ave. LOST AND FOUND. LOST R STRAYED Small fox ter rier pup, female, about 3 months old. No questions asked and reward for return to Mrs. Coombs, Republican office. LOST Paid gold rimined glasses, be tween Catholic church and M. & P. dpot. Leave at Republican office. REPAIRING. FIVE POINTS HORSE AND HAR NESS SHOP Old harness mended tfis good as new, fine shoe mending. Done promptly. J. R. Breei, Pro prietor, Phoenix, Araizona. HELP WANTED. Vv'ANTED Railway mail clerks. Sal ary $800 to $1400. No layoffs. Ex amination In Phoenix May 15. Com mon education sufficient. Candi dates prepared free. Write Immedi ately for full particulars. Franklin Institution, Rochester, N. Y. WANTED Housekeeping rooms for married mulatto; no children, nice people. Also want to list other housekeeping rooms. See Grover, 24 W. Jefferson St DTSH WASHER, and general house worker wanted; steady position. 609 N. Second Ave. WANTED Occupant for housekeep ing room, $2.50 per week. 829 E. Jefferson. WANTED Middle aged woman for cook. Mrs. J. L Irvin, 208 South Seventh Ave. WANTED A WHITE WOMAN FOR WORKING HOUSEKEEPER. A GOOD HOME AND GOOD WAGES FOR CAPABLE PERSON. AD DRESS T. W. E, CARE REPUB LICAN. WANTED r irst class cook. Bros. Chop House. Gass HELP WANTED Good colored wait ing maid. Apply 1153 E. Van Buren. Services from a. m. to 5 p. m. Mrs. Dr. Lathrop, Ashland Place. WANTED A man on ranch, milker. Good wages to right party. R. R. Stroud, mile north of Alhambra. WANTED A stenographer, accurate and experienced. Phone or write W. J. Kingsbury, Tempe, Ariz. WANTED Woman for light house work and care for 2 children. 315 West Buchanan. WANTED 2 boys to peddle bills in Tempe and Mesa today. Apply at 8 o'clock this morning at the New York Store. WANTED A woman to cook and do general housework. Apply Mrs. J. W. Dorris 430 West Jefferson. WANTED tJood housekeper, four in family. Address O. M., care Repub llcan. WANTED A good stenographer for about ten days. Call at the New York Life Insurance Co., corner of Center and Adams Sts. SITUATIONS IV ANTED. WANTED Job as cook or waiter or housework in private family. Ad dress 648 W. Monroe St., Bacey Tan!. WANTED Situation by Japanese cook and waiter., Address 346 W Jefferson. WANTED Position by experienced stenographer with splendid refer ence. Will work during the summer. Address 316 E. Van Buren St.. Phoe nix, Ariz. WANTED To call at Jupanese club for any kind of help. Phone Red 8442. 640 W. Monroe St. WANTED Position as cook by Jap boy, In city or country. Geo. Morl- to, care of Republican. WANTED Position at general house work by experienced woman. Apply - 220 E. Madison. WANTED Day's work. Address 143; E. Madison. SITUATION WANTED By man and wffe.'on ranch or mining camp. Wo man cook. J. W. K., Wlckenburg. WANTED Plain sewing by the day Address Mrs. Wells, 334 W. Jeffer- . -son.. . - i SITUATION WANTED Man and wife want ranch work. Man general- work, woman as cook. Box $43, care Republican. STABLE AND CORKAL. YOUR HORSE needs clipping now. I do the work quick and good. En sign's Livery and Sale stable. Cor. - 1st aad Adams street Phone Main 96. PALO ALTO BTABLeS far swell backs 4 aad 7 Beaters, buggies an 4 sbowy saddle horses. Bteveaa an Wiggins, phone Main 71. 4th ave. between Adams and WaatilBcveo. CLUB STABLE) 4o you want a good livery rig. If you do ring up Club table N. Center St sear P. O, tel. M. 211. THE CONGRESS STAGE meets all trains. A. P. Miltenberg. Proprietor. HACKS ON CALL at the Star Livery at 82$ East Adams street. Telephone , Main 35. Roderick Walker, Prop. First class livery and boarding stable. HIGH HEADED, toppy, drivers, plenty of style and speed, fashionable bug' gles and surrys. Center Street Liv ery, 285 No. Center. A, X. Frank fort , phone Main 81. ON CALL HACKS ON -CALL Golden Eagle Stable. Tel. Main 61 Busses. Ambulance. Livery. VALLEY CORRAL Gooo span work horses, harness and wagon for sale cheap. Also saddle ponies. CALL AT THE COWBOY CORRAL for fancy rigs and saddle horses for hire or sale. We bay all kinds of outfits. Now have ' I gentla work horses for sale. Red 8521. THE METROPOLITAN Stables turn out first class livery only. 'Phone us your orders. Phone Main 238. FOR SALB Good saddle ponies and buggy horses; bargains. At the Five Points Corral. PIONEER STABLES Quick hack service, livery, feed and boarding. Horses clipped. Oscar Walker, Prop., 29 . Third St Phone Main 295. ON OALL HACKS ON CALL Golden Eagle Stable. ' Tel. Main 61. Busses, Ambulance, Livery. PAPER HANGING. PAPER HANGING For first class painting, paper hanging and tinting, I can give the best of reference. Chas. W. Hawks, 1200 E. Madison St. Phone Red 8832. VETERINARY COLLEGE. BULLETIN San Francisco Veterinary College now ready. Mailed free. Dr. C. Keane. 1818 Market St CONTRACTING. BRICK AND CONCRETE WORK All kinds, estimates given at local prleea. Outside materials If designated. Work done on percentage. C W. Hunter, 807 W. Adams, phone Red 465. HORSESHOEING. F.RANK WOOD, practical horseshoe r. specialty made of lame and lanity gaited horse, 106 West Jefferion St Phone bUck 9001. - MISCELLANEOUS. MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS ftxperl enced card reader. Sees past, present and future. Ladles, 25c; gentlemen. 50 cants. 223 Buchanan St, corner Third. WELLS and cesspools dug. Black 8444; 846 N. 13th Ave. or 541 W. Monroe. WANT TO RENT 2 or 3 room house long term, must be cheap. . See Groom In Rogers Auction. Phone Red 2071. ' MRS. AYLWIN'S Hair dressing parlor hair goods, 11 So. Center St, up stairs. hotLE TO US when you want a trunk roped and hauled. Only iSa. Al ways on time. Lightning Delivery and Storage Co. WANTED We want yu to know that you wHl miss it tf you buy wall paper before looking at our stock. Larg est assortment. Newest ideas. Prices, 7tt o and up: Dorrla-Hsy-man Furniture Co. JAPANESE ASSOCIATION Caoks, day work and all kinds of be! a. 341 W. Jefferson. Phone Black 8396. WANTED All kinds of poultry at the Phoenix Poultry Yards, telephone Black 2221. MADAM REN A Scientific palmist, card and tea cup reader. 22 N. 3rd St. INSTRUCTlblisQlv-liTchina water color ets, at 3 N. Second Ave. Fir ing dally. WANTED To know of the where abouts of Jno. Bomar. ' Was last heard of about Oct 15th, 1968. Whan be was supposed to come to Phoe nix. Any Information may be ad dressed to J. D. Womack, R. F. D. X- Phoenix. MMJi CONNIE Fortune teller, 232 B. Jefferson. ' HOME GERMAN-AMERICAN COOK INGA few more seats in a.flrat olass private boarding nous. Reas onable, 609 N. Second Ave. WANTED To rent cows. P.. X Nel son, Route No. 4. Box 72- BICYCLE TIRES that have tba BEST GUARANTEE of any offered to the riders of Phoenix. Call and see them. Phoenix Cycle Co., 13J N. Center St Phone Main 84. LADIES AND CHILDREN hald dress ing, shampooing, electric r massage treatment Shirley & Shirley, 39 B Adams St Phone Red 8072. WANTED Information as to where- ebouts of two horse-mule colts, 1 year old, dark color, strayed from my drove 2 weeks ego; suitable re ward paid for their return. Notify J. H. Fleming. $1300.00 TO LOAN 8 per cent On realty; worth double. Mo., Repub lican. . WANTED To buy a cheap driving pony. Chas. Sheley, mile east of In dian School. THE CONGRESS STAGE meets all trains. A- P. Miltenberg. Proprietor. WANTED To buy, horse and buggy. 907 W. Washington St. WANTED TO RENT A six or seven room cottage, unfurnished, with bath, electricity and screen room; must be close in or on car line. Permanent See Mr. Biggs at Jones Dry Goods Co. WANTED Span of matched draft horses, about 1400 lbs., each 5 to 8 years old; must be perfectly sound and well broke; state spot cash price. Mesa Dairy & Ice Co., Mesa, Aris. WANTED 1.200 pound horse suit able for delivery wagon. Pioneer Transfer Co, 42 S. Center St.- WANTED A cash register in good condition. Address P. O. Box 905, Tempe. Arir. WnERE TO BUT. BOXES, large or small. See Scull's Market, 39 S. Center. Cull oranges plenty cheap. Almonds and walnuts, 15c. pound; seven pounds, $1. FOR SALE New and second-hand bi cycles and tires, at lowest prices. Pioneer Cycle Co, SS No. 1st ave. ORANGES, grapefruit, lemons, apples. sweet cabbage, eggs, eta All kinds of feed at Crump Hay and Grain Co. PHOTOGRAPHY Change ot same. The Westberg Studio to Wstberg A Turnbull Portrait studio. Portrait work, enlarging, viewing and kodak ftaishlng. - Headquarters Pfeosnlx Camera oluk. SUNDAYS AND EVERYDAY Yon will find cartridges, freeh meats, bread, groceries, dry goods, tin and glassware, bay and grain at J. M Iasrrfs lib. ft Jackson, prone red tMS. 02V YOUR WAY HOME Stop at the Midway saloon, whiskey and wine by the gallon, bonded goods a apeo laity, prlees right John By-rich. BUY your wood front new wood yard. 109 West Buchanan st Delivered to any part of the city. Phone black 131. SWBFTT CIDER, condensed appto elder an elder vinegar, any quantity. Coca Cafe settling works. B2 W. Wash lngtsn, pbscs black 9995. COAL CAN BE BOUGHT at Lvall ft Son for $9.04) per ton or 50 cents per sack, eorner First St. and Monroe. Telephone Black 2981.- H, ,!!,,!;;!; i 1 H ! 1 1 ! M A fine 40. Alfalfa and good house; right place and price. Also 160 acres; 100 alfalfa. A fine business property, well Improved; a fine Investment: close In and rents for about 8 per cent net Money to loan at 8 per cent on ranch or good city prop erty. E L King & Co. 18 N. 2nd. Ave. t .H;it,.H....;Il,;I;ii,lll;,li1Ht,, BOARDING AND ROOII- 1 X(L J 1(l 5 ES BOARD AND ROOM In 'private" fam ily. Only healthy persons, 820 S. 3rd Ave. FAIRMOUNT LODGING HOUSE , Renovated and repainted under new management Cosy rooms at mod erate rates, 122 West Washington, opposite court house YOU CAN GUT a gosd clean room at $1.60 a week and eat good meals at 15c each, yet be In town try the Monroe, Cor. 2nd St and Monroe. Phono Red 9414. VAN BUREN HOTEL Sick cared for; rooms $1.60 to $2 50 per week. Cor. 1st ave. and Van Buren at UNION HOTEL. 618 West Washing ton. Rooms 50o per day, board rea sonable. HEALTH SEEKERS, . come to the Ashland Place, 1153 E.- Van Buren St. Everything to help you. Your comfort cared for, nourishing food and sunshine yours. Terms reason able. - PROFESSIONAL. PATENT ATTORNEYS Patents, eopyrights, trademarks, American and foreign. James R. Townsend, 430 Bradbury Bldg., Los Angeles, CaL TAOflT A CRE1GH TON" ArItecU, Phoenix, Tscaon and 2 Paso, Tex, fflce room 418, Fleming block. Phoenix, phone red 9032. DR. .W. 8. LOWS. Veterinarian. Of fice 17 N. 1st Ave. Office Phone Red 1113. Res. Phone County 44. J. Q. A. King, Aasayer and Metallur gist UlBlng. Ullllag, Smelting and Irrigation Machinery. II N. Second An, Prion It, Aria. BAItNETT H MARKS, Attorney and . Counsellor. ' Office 411 Fleming Bldg. Phoenix, Aria. Patents se- cared. I. yT. CRENSHAW. Attorney at Law, Oensrai practice In all the court Office, in naming Bldg, Phoenix, DR. H. O. RAMSEY, veterinary sur geon and dentist Office cor. 1st ave. and Jefferson st. Phone Black 9001. Residence 240 West Jefferson at Pboa Red $771. HIIJmaTH A THOMPSON. Land Attorneys, land, mining and Irriga tion lw. Rooms S20-22L Fleming Bid, Pboealx. ArU. MASSAGE Mrs. M. E. Milier. 31 W. Washington. Phone Red 8393. HARRY FRIEDMAN, OPTICIAN Glasses fitted. 49 Ssuth Center st. opposite Commercial Moti- . V. GANNON, Asaayer, Chemist and Metallurgist Prospects sampled. Cbarges reasonable.' Graduate: of assaying department School of Mines, Pullman, Wash. Parker, Ariz. FOR SALE 4 -room frame bouse close In with shade and shrubbery, for $800. 1 small frame house in good loca tion, for $00. 1 good resident lot for $200, easy payments, $10 dows and $5 per month. 3 good lots n Capitol addition on West Washington street, for $400, easy payments. 2 good lots on West Adams street for $1000, terms reasonable. FOR RENT 4 -room house in good location, for $19 per month. 2 -room house, close in, for $10 per month. 4 -room furnished house for $11.50 per month. 3 nicely' furnished rooms for light housekeeping for $20 per month. 1 - roots bouse for $5 per month. 2 - room portable house for $7.50 per month. B. G. PECKA Real Essats, Leans ft Insurance. 119-411 W. Washington St Phone Bed M4t. T-H- llllllll ! rH H-fr Building 1 Restrictions !j Gas, Electric j; Lights, City Wa- :: ter, Sidewalks. :: A desirable home ; ; place. Adjoining Bennett Place. ? Elliot Evans Co. 15 E. Adams St. :: c H E S T E R P L A C E FOR SALE 80 acres, fenced on three sides, a snap at per acre.. -S45.00 20 acres best orange land, can get water; per acre 8135.00 40 acres In alfalfa and barley; Pr -$150.00 B-room and two screen room house, 2 lots - 60xl374 each, for 81800.00 Light housekeeping rooms for rent. COLE BROTHERS Real Estate and Rental Agency. 219 W. Wash. St Phone Blk. 268L Nice Little Home for Yon 4-room cottage, cor ner 12th Ave. and Adams St. $1400. Let me show you this. W. M. Fickas 17 N. 1st Ave. H H t l I I l i'HIHIiHUII H Money t to loan on improved I i real estate. Not one I day's delay. i: D wight B. Heard jj Cor. Adams & Center. ; 1 1 1 1 MH i I I'Hilllilllll H City Homes 3 room brick, with screen room and porch, 2-room house on rear, good shade and not very far out. Price $1000; will accept $200 down and balance on long time. 6 -room modern brick, bath, pantry, porches, cement founda tion, nice shade, lawn, stable, and close in. Price $2500; will accept $500 down and good terms on balance. 4-room frame with large porch, sheds, chicken yard, flowers, strawberry bed, eta, located on car line. Price for quick sale $1000. 4-room frame on 2 acres, finest shade and an Home Im provements; 2 acres in a fine orchard of peaches, plums, pears, apricots, grapes, etc. Good terms and price only $3250. r FOR SALE BY THE II. I. Latham Co. 115 N. Center St Hotel Adams Block. Phone Main 220. it,.I,1t,H'"I"t''l"H"I"r""t"M'i"I I Orange Land 10 Acre Snap at $!50 f This is exceptionally i f fine soil, level and I beautiful. See us at X I once. Glendale Land $75 per acre. 80 acres 20 acres .egular, balance flood ? water. This is a money maker. See f L J. BENNITT & CO, f H i, ,;;, .!;,,; ,5, i .g. .g. I M l M ; i .,,! ,M,.;MMH.,MH,,r,i VIM FOR SALE. A fine alfalfa ranch with all the machinery and other tools that belong on the ranch. 100 acres in alfalfa; the balance of the place very good sandy land. 4 room house, orchard an all under a good fence. This will make an ideal dairy or sheep ranch. This is for sale because the man Is going to sell It and .sell. -For all particulars see A. R. TAYLOR. 7 W. Adams St. in nMiiiiniiiii in ; i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it i n 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 h A Garden Snap 23 acres of fine garden land, with abundance of water, locat ed adjoining cacaL protected from- frosts by a bluff 60 feet. Good ?rame bouse; and all un der fence. Terms; price per acre 8125 10 acres, small house, fenced with Page, fence; orange or truck land. Terms. 40 acres, with share of Mesa water, fenced, and under culti vation, 3 miles from Mesa. Price , 83750 t We have a number of 5 and 10 acre tracts, on easy terms. Some lots left in the Vineyard Place. ' Money to Loan. PomeroyGuthrie Realty Company Oldest Realty Company in City. Mesa, Ariz. Box 247. I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ill i miH i u i i i n it i ii u For Sae New 4-room modern cottage, ) with bath, and 5 acres ot land ' ' in alfalfa, not far from car line. Price S2350 ha,r ca. bal- X anc4 monthly. 1 Harry C. Thomas I End of Indian car line - Phone County 19. . , ,; , ,Ht, H t H, i r t. I T? I 1