THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, - FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, 1909.
Its Money You Want?
Well. 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 made 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 side 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 team
. can travel. It is the lightest draft drill made and
will 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 Disc Drill. We
are not from "Missouri" nor are we from "Texas,"
but if you have any grain or alfalfa seed to plant
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.
Advertisements running for less than
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 36 N. FIRST AVE. DURING
THIS SALE PURCHASERS WILL
1 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 TOBEY,
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 8TART AT TO A. M, FRI
DAY, ON 24 BARRELS OF BRIC-A-BRAC,
CUT GLASS AND CHINA.
TERMS OF SALE, CASH. GOODS
REMOVED DAY OF SALE. U B.
ROLAND. W. D. HAMMOND WILL
STOCK AUCTION Saturday, from 1
to 2 p. m, we will sell in front of
the Auction House, at 23 So. First
ave.. some good horses. Then back
. to 36 N. First ave., and cnotinue the
auction on the Roland goods. Ham
AcCi'loN PROGRAM, Friday, at
10:30 a, m., and at 1:30 and 7:30
p. m. The Roland bric-a-brac at
36 North First ave., Saturday,
10:30, at same place, Roland's bric-a-brac,
from 1:30 to 2 p. m.
Horses at Hamond Auction House,
23 South First ave, at 2 and 7:30
at 36 North First ave. The Roland
Goods, Monday, all day, Books and
Pictures for Roland at 36 N. First
ave.; Tuesday, at 1:30, at Ham
mond Auction House, Furniture for
" Roland; Wednesday and Thursday,
all day, sales for the William Ev
ans Plumbing Co., 46 East Adams
St.; Friday, at 1:30 p. m.. Furniture,
at the residence of Mrs. Wm. Ev
ans, 911 North First street, Satur
day. Regular sale at Auction
House! Hammond, Auctioneer. Tel.
' -Red 8533.
MINING STOCK FOR SALE.
WE ARE exclusive agents and have
for sale a limited amount of stock
in the Ariiona-Bouse Copper Co,
'., located at Bouse, Arizona, better
. known as the Little Butte. For
furtb"6f particulars, call or write the
' Southwestern Ralty Co., next door
to postoffice. 'Phone Main 280.
FOR SALE A very fine refrigerator,
- cheap, in use only a few weeks.
- Call on R. Wilson, 27 South First
FIVE full-blooded white Leghorn
cockerels for sale; as good stock as
there, is in the valley. M. O. Odell,
FOR SALE 23 laying hens and one
white Leghorn rooster; all young;
. 9 black Minorcas, 9 brown Leg
horns, and 5 white Leghorns; 75
cents apiece takes the bunch, to
close out. 622 N. Sixth st
FOR SALE Eggs for hatching: thor
'. oughbred Rhode Island reds and
white Leghorns. 850 X. Second
ave. 'Phone Red 8184.
FOR 9 ALU nrougr.tsrv( efcgs for
setting. Alse small chicks. Erb, 22nd
Ave. and Jackson. Red 8324.
one month mutt be paid in advance.
ARIZONA AUCTION & DEVELOP
AUCTION Saturday, at 112 North
First avenue, at 12 o'clock. A large
lot of handsome china ware, best
quality; souvenirs of San Francisco,
fine lot of household furniture, good
as new: gas range, oak dressers,
toilet sets, refrigerators, china cabi
net, ranges, beds and bedding, and
everything usually sold at auction.
Don't miss this sale. We give away
some handsome presents during the
sale. List your property with us
and coma at 12 o'clock. Arizona
Auction & Development Co., B. W.
36 FIRST-CLASS dairy cows for sale;
also two-year lease on 240 -acre
ranch: disc mower, rake, separator
and TO head of calves and year
ling past cows, fresh and coming
fresh; also one thoroughbred Hol
stein male, 4 years old. C. M.
Stephens, Route 3, 2 miles west,
3H' miles north Five Points.
FOR SALE All steel derick hay
press; this machine has been used
very little and is as good as new;
in first-class condition, and anyone
wanting a belt power baler, will
find this one a bargain; must sell;
price given on application. Address
Guy Nichols, Tempe, Box 217.
FOR SALE Columbia top buggy, in
good shape; price 325.00. 439 E.
FOR SALE Good, serviceable eight-year-old
1250-lb. horse and sub
stantial surrey. Will sell separate
ly. Address C. L. M., care of Re
publican. MINING STOCK FOR SALE.
WE ARE exclusive agents and have
for sale a limited amount of stock
in the .rlzona-Bouse Copper Co.,
located at Bouse, Arizona, better
known as the Little Butte. For
further particulars, call or write the
Southwestern Realty Co., next door
to postoffice. 'Phone Main 280.
FRUIT TREES FRUIT TREES Od
der your fruit trees of the Ramsey
Nursery Co.; all stock guaranteed
true to name: we sell the beet at
reasonable prices. 'Phone Sub. 86,
Mrs. W. G. Percy, R. F. D. 3. --
FOR IALI $B59 will buy good es
tablished busiaess, eentrally locat
ed, if taken at once. Address 23t
FOR SAXiB About thirty thousand
erange seed bed trees grown In
Phoenix, Ariz., at $35.99 a thousand.
Also orange seed for sale at 32.51 a
gallon, at Riverside. Write to J. A,
Van Kirk, S69 Walnut St, Riverside,
Cal., or can on W. C. Whltlock, at
Elvey & Hulett'a drug store, between
6 and 7 p.m. dally.
FOR. SALB Eggs for incubation,
Rhode Island Red. First prize birds
at Territorial Fair. Davidson, 702
FOR SALE Eggs for hatching. Best
Barred Plymouth Rocks In territory,
. headed by 339 cock. First prize at
5 fairs. Davidson, 702 E. Jefferson.
FOR SALB Service of Col. Randolph,
No. 49762. BHoctioneer-Wilkes, stal
lion, IIS. X K. Wheat, S. First Ave,
FOR SALE Day-oldcicks, esgs for
hatching from Peerless strain prize
winning Standard single comb White
Leghorns. Or I will start you in the
business with one of "Weber's Flre
lesa Brooders" and 49 chicks for $10.
"Weber," mile west Indian School."
FOR SALE. SAFES Herring-Hall-Marvin
safes. Ellwood H. Orth,
salesman for Arizona. P. O. Bpx
566, Phoenix, Ariz.
FDR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock
eggs for setting. J. A. Rigglns,
Phone Co. 212.
FOR SALB Orange seedlings. 6 feet.
69 cents; also choice grape roots, 1
and 2 years. Palms, umbrellas, pep
pers, etc. J. K. Wheat, S. First Ave.
is in mil it wwihiih
i Wells Drilled i
N. L, CARPENTER.
With Pratt-Gilbert Co.
11 lIM H H-l t M 1 "H I I I'
AUCTION SALE Tempe, Ariz., Sat
urday, Feb. 37, at 1:39 p. m., at the
Carr Auction House. Household fur
niture, art squares, carpets, rugs,
high-grade cotton and hair mat
tresses; In fact, everything that goes
to furnished a house. - Sewing ma
chines, steel ranges, cook stoves,
cooking utensils, dishes, etc We will
sell 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 sales in any part of
the valley. Stock sale a specialty.
Correspondence solicited. 179 phone.
PIGEONS FOR SALB CHEAP at Par
ker's ranch, west end of Adams.
Pbone Red 8033.
FOR SALE Buff Leghorn eggs for
setting from the best strains In. the
United States. W. M. Goodwin,
FOR SALE Good Jersey cow. Beck-.-
nell, 2 miles out on Indian school line.
unn RAT.R rood worK norse. cheaD.
t at Commercial Corral.
FOR SALE 1450 for lease and fixtures
of mine boarding house in Ray, Ari-
zona, with clearance protection, do
ing . 31000 worth of business per
month. This is a real first-class
proposition. See R. A. Watklns, 115
N. Center st. .
FOR SAL Gravel delivered any part
of the city, 33.59 per yard. See Fred
Warrec. City Ice Delivery.
FOR SALJs Sax for hMnibataen and
. hatching, pure bred single comb
rewa leghorn. Laying strain. Orders
for ear eld chicks. Mrs. W. B.
Springer, R F D. Ne. 4.
FOR SALB Three Peteluma incubat
ors 324. two 216 capacity; one cy
phers 120 egg. J. H.hoads, R- No. L
FOR SALE Brown Leghorn hens,
young stock. One doz. or 30 doz. at
$9 per doz.. delivered within reason
able distance. J. H- Rhoads, 4 miles
east on McDowell road.
FOR SALE Pony. Inquire at Cactus
Ranch, 8. Seventh Ave.
FOR SALE One black team geldings,
weight 2.400 lbs.; 4 and 5 years old;
well broken; will be at Commercial
Corral until Feb. 28. F. Q. Mlllage.
FOR ALE LEASE AND FIX
TURES, ONE OF THE BEST
ROOMING HOUSES IN PHOENIX.
WILLIAM FICKAS, 17 N. FIRST
FOR SALE Hogs all kinds, sizes,
colors, ages and prices; half mile
east and quarter-mile south Asylum.
S. J. Rhodes.
FOR SALE Bargain, cornet lot, young
shade, roses, vines, etc.; small house,
bungalow style, only one block from
car line. Terms. Owner leaving
town and must sell at once. Address
C. H. C , care of Republican, for In
formation. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FOR SALE Three-room brick house,
Capitol addition: lot 45-137 feet;
31000.00. See Geare, 12 N. Center st.
$757oO PER ACREfor160 acres, west
of city; three-room house, well and
barn, all fenced and cross fenced;
70 acres in cultivation; $7,000.00
, will handle this or will sell half for
$5,000.00. See Geare, 12 N. Cen.
FOR SALE OR TRADE For city
property, fine new five-room house,
in first-class condition, on two and
one-half acres of ground, all in al
falfa Good barn. Some nice shade
and fruit trees. This is a nice
home near the car line. See me at
once. Dick Erdmans.
FOR SALE Black Langxhan eggs
for hatching; $1.60 per setting. J.
W. Etter, General Delivery. 'Phone
FOR SALE 20 acres fine soil, seeded
to beets; close to city; must, be
sold quick. Address 23, Republican.
FOR SALE o acres soft sandy loam,
with water, ready for crop, one
mile from Alhambra, $1000.00; half
cash. F. Barr, 4 West Adams.
FOR SALE 19 acres garden land,
" part in alfalfa: house, fenced, etc.,
three miles east; $3,600.00, part
time. F. J. Barr. 4 West Adams.
FOR SALE Two nice residence lots,
corner of Third and Roosevelt st.
Inquire of A. Wetzler.
FOR SALE House with two rooms,
one lot, high, dry location; $275;
easy terms. 37 S. Center.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 80-acre re
linquishment. 9 miles from Phoenix;
ground cleared, soil is best in Ari
zona; buyer can prove up on it in
" 14 months, and it will be worth $4,
. 000. It's going cheap and quick. See
Groom, in Rogers' Auction House.
FOR SALE Or will trade for house
in Phoenix, well improved 10 acres
on Center st. A good deal; for this
week only. See THE HUSTLERS.
Costley & Thompson, Real Estate
Exchange, 45 W. Adams st.
CAN SELL YOU choice of two new
6-room cottages, modern plumbing,
2 to 3 acres land, 5 minutes from
car line, convenient to school and
church; meats and groceries de
livered at door daily; moderate
price and terms to suit purchaser.
Frank Whitten, Cave Creek road.
'Phone Co., 112.
FOR SALE Frame house, 1120 Grand
Ave.,; price $125: buyer remove it.
Write Box 238, Tempe.
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
FREE House, barns, fruit, shade,
fences, etc. all FREE on a fine
10-acre tract In Hadsall's Addition,
Glendale, to the buyer, at 1250 per
acre; regular water; alfalfa. ' This
is a great snap. Let us tell you
about it before it is too late. Valley
Realty Company, 34 W. Adams. -
FDR SALE OR TRADE 120 acre
ranch near Kelvin, 60 acres in culti
vation, 2 houses, good well, all fenc
ed. See owner, 1007 E. Polk St.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FOR SALE! One lot v Evergreen
add., " on car line, 75x215. Well im
proved, at a bargain if sold soon. See
J. B. Hynes at City Poultry Tarda on
MEXICAN AND TEXAS COAST
LANDS, near Tamplco and Hous
ton, 10 to 10,00-acre tracts. W. H.
Greene, Agt., 515 N. 2nd St., Phoe
nix. A. T.
FOR SALE New, modern 9-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,
FOR SALE) 40 acres acres of good
alfalfa rented for $35 per month
Two miles north Alhambra. W. 8.
Stennett, one mile north of Alham
bra. FOR SALE Orange and ranch land
Francis Ftazler, Scottsdale.
FOR RENT Go to the Moss for fur
nished rooms; . also housekeping
FURNISHED ROOMS For rent; no
sick. 366 W. Second ave.
FURNISHED Housekeeping suite, al
so single room. 376 North Fourth
FOR RENT t room frame house,
front and back porch, water, $4 a
month. Well white people desired.
134 South 4th Ave.
FOR RENT New modern 6-room
bungalow completely furnished. Also
a 7-room cottage. 1001 N. First at.
FURNISHED TENT to rent on car lino.
904 E. Pierce St Telephone Black
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, house
keeping privileges. 314 North First
FOR RENT House, 120 S. Third Ave.
Inquire C- D. Darren.
FOR RENT 4 rooms completely fur
nished for housekeeping. 368 North
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms.' 316 N. Fifth st.
FOR RENT Five-room brick, bath,
electric lights. 237 E. Madison st.
WANTED Bright bdy to learn trade.
H. H. McNeil Co. Upstairs.
WANTED Man for general chore
work en ranch. F. L. H., care of
WANTED Man for a week or two,
to clean yards and plant trees.
See Stauffer, 34 West Adams st.
WANTED Railway mall clerk. 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. T.
WANTED A WHITE WOMAN FOR
WORKING HOU8EKEEPER. A
GOOD HOME AND GOOD WAGES
FOR CAPABLE PERSON. AD
DRESS T. W. E, CARE REPUB
LICAN. 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.
WANTEDAwoman" to cook and-do
general housework. Apply Mrs. J.
W. Dorris, 430 West Jefferson.
WANTED Good housekeper, four iu
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.
WANTED White woman for general
housework; family of two, good
home and good wages. 1001 North
WANTED Woman for general house
work; family of two. 313 East Fil
WANTED Ladies to make bread and
prepare cooked food for Woman's
Exchange. Call Sanlchas' store for
WANTED Job as cook or waiter or
housework In private family. Ad
dress 640 W. Monroe St, Bacey Tani.
WAtNTED Situation by Japanese
cook and waiter.. Address 346 W.
WANTED To call at Japanese 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 1435
SITUATION WANTED By man and
"wife, 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. SITUATION WANTED Man and
wife want ranch work. Man general
work, woman as cook. Box 343, care
WANTED By a woman, day's work.
P. O. Box 597.
WANTED Position by stenographer,
with three years' experience; refer
ences. 341 N. Fourth ave. I. E. W.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Black wooden cover, about 6
inches in diameter, with brass knob,
from auto body. Reward. L. J.
Rice, Union Bank.
LOST OR STRAYED Small fox ter
rier pup, female, about 3 months old.
No questions asked and reward for
return to Mrs. Coombs, Republican
LOST Paid gold rimmed glasses, be
tween Catholic church and M. & P.
dpot Leave at Republican office.
LOST Jersey cow, dark head, branded
on left hip; rope around neck. Noti
fy F. A. Hough, 301 W. Washington.
LOST Gentlemen's black gauntlet
glove. Reward if returned to South
western Realty Company's office.
MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS Experi
enced card reader. Sees past, present
and future. Ladles. 25c; gentlemen.
50 cents. 223 Buchanan St, corner
MADAM CONNIE, fortune-teller; ad
vice on all Important matters; loved
or lost ones united; horoscopes
cast; will tell you how to be happy,
though married (an entirely secret
charm); also whom you should love,
marry or have business dealings
with. Call and learn my sercets and
be successful and happy. Your pat
ronage cordially solicited. 232 East
WANTED Good work horse, for Its
feed and pasture. U. L. Oliver, R.
F. D. No. 1.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I hereby
withdraw all my real estate from
the market. R. Reynolds.
HELGHAND CHIEF A handsome
black stallion will make the stand
of 1909, Mondays, west of Phoenix,
on Buckeye road; Tuesdays and
Saturdays, at Five Points Corral;
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fri
days, at home ranch, three miles
east of Phoenix, on Tempe road.
Terms, $15.00, to insure owner. Fred
WANTED Housekeeping rooms for
married mulatto; no children, nice
people. Also want to Hat other
housekeeping rooms. See Grover, 24
W. Jefferson 8t
WELLS and cesspools dug. . Black
(444; (49 N. 13th Ave. or 646 W.
WANT TO RENT 2 or 3 room house
long term, must be . cheap. See
Groom in Rogers Auction. Phone
MRS. AT L WIN'S Hair erasing sartor
hair goods, 11 So. Center St, up
stairs. COMJB TO U3 wnen you want a trunk
roped and hauled. Only Mo. Al
ways on time. Lights tna Delivery
and Storage Co.
WANTED We want you to know that
you wm miss tt if you buy wall paper
before looking at oar stock. Larg
est assortment. Newest lduas.
Prioas, 7 e and up: Dorrls-Hey-
man Furoituro gs
JAPANKU9 ASSOCIATION Ceeka,
dnr work and all kinds of help. 84
W. Jefferson. Phone Black S2&S.
WAWCTBD AM kinds of poultry at the
Phoenix Poultry Yards, telethons
MADAM REN A Scientific palmist,
card and tea cup reader. 22 N. 3rd St.
INSTRUCTIONS dallv in China water
color eta, at 3 N. Second Are. Fir
WANTHD To know of the where
abouts of Jno. Bom at Was last
heard of about Oet. ISth, 190$. When
he was supposed to come to Phoe
nix. Any information may be ad
dressed to J. D. Womack, R. F. D.
JL- Phoenhc. '
HOME GBRMAN-AMSRJCAN COOK
ING A few morn seats in a first
class private boarding house. Reas
onable. 609 N. Second Ave.
BICYCLE TIRES that have tho BUST
GUARANTEE" of any offered to the
riders of Phoenix. Call and. see them.
Phoenix Cycle Co, 133 N. Center St.
Phone Main 14.
LADIES AND CHILDREN haid dress
ing, shampooing, electric massage
treatment Shirley tt Shirley, 39 B.
Adams St. Phone Red 8072.
WANTED Information as to where
abonts of two horse-mule colts, 1
year old. dark color, strayed from
my drove 2 weeks rgo; suitable re
ward paid for their return. Notify
J. H. Fleming.
THE CONGRESS STAGE meets all
trains. A. P. Miltenberg, Proprietor.
WANTED To buy, horse and buggy.
907 W. Washington St.
WANTED Span of matched draft
horses, about 1400 lbs, each 6 to 8
years old: must be perfectly sound
and well broke; state spot cash price.
Mesa Dairy & Ice Co, Mesa, Ariz.
WANTED 1,200 pound horse su i t
able for delivery wagon. Pioneer
Transfer Co, 42 S. Center St
WANTED A cash register in good
condition. Address P. O. Box v90,
WANTED Between 40 and SO acres
good land, with plenty of water.
Want to rent, with privilege of buy
ing. Address Geo. C. Eschwlg, care
WANTED To ell or trade small
groeery business. Very cheap. 201
E. Jackson. - -
WANTED A few ten, twenty and
forty-acre tracts listed' by owners
to sell to parties who will return
with me to Arizona. Address J. H.
Halo, Elma, Washington.
WELL DRILLING of all kinds. Write
for prices to Meridlth & Warner,
Tempe or Mesa.
BOARDING AND ROOM
BOARD AND ROOM In private fam
ily. Only healthy persons, 820 S.
FAIRMOUNT LODGING HOUSE
Renovated and repainted under new
management Cosy rooms at mod
erate rates, 122 West Washington,
opposite court house
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. 2nd St and Monroe.
Phone Red 9414.
VAN BUREN HOTEL Sick cared for;
rooms $1.60 to $2.50 per week. Cor.
1st ave. and Van Buren st
UNION HOTEL, 618 West Washing
ton. Rooms 50c 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-
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.
BULLETIN San Francisco Veterinary
College now ready. Mailed free. Dr.
C. Keane. 1818 Market St
FRANK WOOD, practical horseahoer,
Specialty made of lame and faulty
gaited horse, 105 West Jefferjon St
Pbone Wack 9001.
STABLE AND CORKAL.
TOUR nOWl needs clipping now. I
no the work quick and good. Bn
sign's Livery and Sale stable. Cor.
1st and Adams street Pbone Main 96.
PALO ALFO STAB LM far swell
hacks 4 and 7 seaters, buggies and
showy saddle horses. Stevens and
. Wiegins, pbone Main 72, 4th are,
between Adams and Washington.
CLUB TABLE Do you want a gaod
livery rig, if you do ring up Club
stable N. Center St near P. O, tel
THE CONGRESS STAGE meets all
trains. A. P. Miltenberg, Proprietor.
HACKS ON CALL at the Star Livery.
at 228 Bast Adams street. Telephone
Main 35. Roderick Walker, Prop.
First class livery and boarding
HIGH HEADED, toppy, drivers, plenty
of style and speed, fashionable bug
gies and surrys. Center Street Liv
ery, 235 No. Center, iu X. Frank
forter, phone Main IL
ON CALL HACKS ON CALL.
Golden Eagle Stable. Tel. Main 51.
Busses. Ambulance. Livery.
tELai CORRAL Goo - span work
horses, harness and wagon for sale
cbeap. Also saddle ponies.
CALL AT THE) COWBOY CORRAL
for fancy rigs and saddle horses for
hire or sale. We buy all kinds of
outfits. Now have ( gentle work
horses for sale. Rd 362L
THE METROPOLITAN Stables turn
out first class livery only. 'Phone
us your orders. Phone Main 2"6 '
FOR SALE Good saddle ponies and
buggy horses; bargains. At the Five
PIONEER STABLES Quick hack
service, livery, feed and boarding.
Horses clipped. Oscar Walker, Prop,
29 S. Third St Phone Main 295.
ON CALL HACKS ON CALL
Golden Eagle Stable Tel. Main 51.
Busses, Ambulance, Livery.
WHERE 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 SALB New and second-hand bi
cycles and tires, at lowest prices.
Pioneer Cycle Co, 33 No. 1st ave.
ORANGES, grapefruit, lemons, apples.
sweet cabbage, eggs, etc All kinds
of feed at Crump Hay and Grain Co.
PHOTOGRAPHY Change ot name.
The Westberg Studio to Westbeng
Tumbull Portrait Studio. Portrait
work, enlarging, viewing and kodak
finishing. Headquarters Phoenix
UNDATS AND HV EH I DAY You
will find cartridges, fresh meats,
bread, groceries, ary goods, tin and
glassware, hay and grain at J. M
Iberrl's Ctn A Jackson, prone red
ON YOUR WAY HOME Stop at the
Midway saloon, whiskey and wine
by the gallon, bonded goods a spec
ialty, prices light John Byrlch.
BUY your wood from new wood yard,
909 West Buchanan st Delivered to
any part of the city. Pbone black
SWE7JT CIDER, condensed spple cider
and cider vinegar, any quantity. Cocr
Cola Bottling Works, 526 W. Wash
ington, phone black 8995.
COAL CAN BE BOUGHT at Lvail &
Son for $9.69 per ton or 50 cents per
sack, corner First St and Monroe.
Telephone Black 2981.
FIVE POINTS HORSE AND HAR
NESS SHOP Old harness mended
as good as new, fine shoe mending.
Done promptly. J. R. Brees. Pro
prietor, Phoenix, Araizora.
BRICK AND CONCRETE WORK All
kinds, estimates given at local prices.
Outside materials if designated.
Work done on percentage. C. W.
Hunter, 807 W. Adams, phone Red
PATENT ATTORNEYS Patents,
copyrights, trademarks, American
and foreign. James R. Townsend, 430
Bradbury Bldg, Los Angeles, Cal.
TROST & CRE1GH TON . Arnftects,
Phoenix, Tucson and El Paso, Tex,
office room 412, Fleming block.
Phoenix, phone red 9032.
DR. W. 8. LOWX, Veterinarian. Of
fice 17 N. 1st Ave. Office Phone
Red 1223. Res. Phone County 44.
J. Q. A. King, Assayer and Metallur
gist, Mining, Milling, Smelting and
Irrigation Machinery. It N. Second
Ave, Pheenlx. Aria.
BARNETT E. MARKS, Attorney and
Counsellor. Office 411 Fleming
Bldg, Phoenix. Aria. Patents se
cured. J. W. CRENSHAW, Attorney at Law,
General practice in all the courts
Office, SU Fleming BMg, Phoenix.
DR. H. O. RAMSEY, veterinary sur
geon and dentist Office cor. 1st ave.
and Jefferson st. Phone Black 900L
Residence 240 West Jefferson st
Phone Red 8771.
HILDRETH & THOMPSON, Land
Attorneys, land, mining and irriga
tion law. Rooms 220-221, Fleming
Bid1, Phoenix, Ariz.
MASSAGE Mrs. M. E. Miller, 431
W. Washington. Phone Red 8393.
HARRY FRIEDMAN. OPTICIAN
Glasses fitted. 40 South Center st,
opposite Commercial -HoteL
E. F. GANNON, Assayer, Chemist and
Metallurgist. Prospects sampled.
Charge reasonable. Graduate of
assaying department School of Mines,
Pullman, Wash. Parker, Ariz.
PAINTER Here for good: here tu
stay; here for business. Collyer, the
' painter. Paint your house, hang
your paper; tinting walls a spe
cialty; work guaranteed; bonds, ref
erences and estimates furnished. J.
M. Collyer, The Moss, 401 W.
Washington. 'Phone Black 8392.
4-room frame house close in with
shade and shrubbery, for $800.
1 small frame bouse in good loca
tion, for $500.
1 good resident lot for $200, easy
payments, $10 down and $5 per
2 good lots In Capitol addition on
West Washington street, for $400,
2 good lots on West Adams street
for $1000, terms reasonable.
4-room house In good location, for
$19 per month.
2-room house, close in, for $10 per
4-room furnished house for $11.50
3 nicely furnished rooms for light
housekeeping for $20 per month.
1- room house for $5 per month.
2- room portable house for. $7.50 per
B. G. PECKA
Real Estate, Loans dV Insurance.
(10-612 W. Washington St
Phone Red 8985.
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 6hade, lawn, stable,
and close in. Price $2500; will
accept $500 down and good
terms on balance.
4-room frame with large
porch, Bheds, chicken yard,
flowers, strawberry bed, etc,
located on car line. Price for
quick sale $1000.
4-room frame on 2 acres,
finest shade and aTI nome im
provements; 2 acres in a fine
orchard of peaches, plums,
pears, apricots, grapes, etc
Good terms and price only
FOR SALE BY THE
II. I. Latham Co.
115 N. Center St
Hotel Adams Block.
Phone Main 220.
"M "i "i"M"M'i "i nmuiiiiini'
$75 Per Acre
One mile south of
Peoria. Only one-sixth
cash payment required.
Good water rights.
' Best opportunity in the
' ' E. J. BENNITT & CO.
Tlll ll t H-H-M'1'l H"H"1 .H"M..n.
M"M"H"H' 11 1 I I I 111 H TIM !"
to loan on improved i
I real estate. Not one I
I day's delay.
I Dwight B. Heard f
Cor. Adams & Center, t
I IU Ml IU 11 1 1 1 1111 1 1 1 ViX
10 acres of garden land, 4
f miles from town, $1500; well
J, 40 acres 6 miles from town.
well improved; $70.00 per acre.
fl60 acres; 80 acres in alfalfa,
balance in grain; $65.00 per
Also a good list of houses for
i rent Come in and see what we
f Greene & Company
T Real Estate 4 Mining Brokers.
37 W. Adams St, Phoenix, Ariz.
HUH I4HHI Hill ! M
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