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. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1909.
6 FOR RENT. KOR KfcN i i nree furnished rooms. for $10.00. Mrs. French, 219 W. Sher man st. FOR RENT Furnished bungalow; summer prices. 1708 E. Washington FOR RENT A 3-room brick house, unfurnished. Gas, electric light, bath and sink. Key at 712 E. Adams St FOR RENT Three furnished house keeping rooms. 307 N. First Ave. FOR RENT Very choice new 5 -room Center st cottage; modern through' out Republican, Box J. L. FOR RENT One upper story. cram-J med full of advertising knowledge; will rent to any legitimate business. Sherley Hunter, Main 47. FOR RENT Beat guns at Galpin's. TO RENT By a young man who wants something to do, ideas that bring more business. Sherley Hun ter. FOR RENT 5-roora brick house, fur nished or unfurnished; lots of shade. 924 S. Second Ave. FOR RENT New four-room furnish ed cottage, two porches, palms, gar den; one-half block from Brill car; for adults only; J12 per month. 819 E. Portland St. FOR RENT Furnished 6-room house. screen porch, 1 miles from poatof flee; lots of shade, use of horse and buggy; fresh eggs, vegetables and Jersey milk can be procured. Tpyi cal summer home. Apply Box 104 Rural No. 1. FOR RENT A suite of furnished of fice rooms; ground floor; central. Enquire No. 10 N. Second ave. FOR RENT New four-room house. $10 a month. 914 E. Jefferson St tun KtLM- Desk room; $5.00 per month, to Sept 1st Valley Realty & Trust Co., 34 West Adams St. THREE ROOMS FOR pletely furnished for 38 N. First ave. RENT Com housekeeping. FOR RENT Three-room cottage, elec trie light, city water and bath. 1508 E. Jefferson st. Phone B. S6S5. FURNISHED ROOM Electric lights, bath, hot and cold water; street car, one block. 602 N. Second st FOR RENT Four furnished rooms for housekeeping. Summer rates. 45 Portland place. ' FOR RENT Small house, furnished or unfurnished; near car line. Priv ilege of acre of green feed for chick ens. Frank Loveitt 31 S. First ave. HELP WANTED. WANTED A girl, to take orders for soda, fountain. Donofrio-Zunkel Co. WANTED Good white bootblack. Ap ply at Casino stand. WANTED A boy. to deliver and help behind the fountain. Donofrio-Zunkel Co. WANTED Woman for housework, at Flagstaff and twenty days in Phoe nix. Apply 607 First ave. WANTED First-class blacksmith, at once. Jones' Blacksmith Shop, Five Points. WANTED Girl for general house work,; wages 30.00. Apply 1412 W. Washington st WANTED Man or woman to wait on table and do chamberwork; colored preferred. Phone Red 9584. WANTED Experienced cashier at the New York Store. WANTED Stenographer at the New York Store. WANTED Girl to do general house work in small family. Ear! S. Ream, R. D. 2, Phoenix. WANTED A ranch hand who is able to milk. A. H. Renaud, Alhambra. HELP WANTED Some business man to help me find a business that does not need to be advertised. Sherley Hunter, Main 47. WANTED Men and boys at Los An geles. No expense to learn trade of plumbing, bricklaying or electricity. Practical work on Jobs half the time and study other half. Catalogue free. United Trade School Contract ing Co, Los Angeles. HELP WANTED I want to meet a Phoenix business man who wants me to write his ads. Sherlev Hun ter. WANTED Girl to help in kitchen and house, private family; afternoons off except Fridays and Mondays; sleep at home. Apply 609 North Second ave. WANTED Experienced woman wants day work; washing or ironing. 723 E. Washington st. WANTED A reliable stenographer. W. J. Kingsbury, Tempe. WANTED Good boy to carry morn ing paper route. Call Circulation De partment Republican Office. SHOEMAKER ave. wanted. 31 N. First WANTED Woman for housework at the Arizona Sanitarium, 515 N. Cen ter. GIRL for general housework; god pay. 362 N. Second ave. WANTED Stenographer. State age, experience and salary expected.. Ad dress P. O. Box 40, Glendale. WANTED Man and wife to work on farm. Apply at South vestern Real ty Co. WANTED Good woman for general housework; family of two. . 1626 W. Washington st. WANTED Girl or middle-aged wom an, for general housework on ranch. Phone County 214. Call for Mrs. Hanley, R. F. D. 3, Box 79. WANTED Girl for general house work. Apply 918 E. Van Buren st. WANTED Hotel runner. Apply at The Den, First st and Washington. WANTED A good plumber, at once. Gosart Plumbing Co. WANTED Good white bootblack. Ap ply at Casino stand. WANTED Man to milk and work on ranch. Call at Valley Pride Cream ery. 9 a. m. or 7 p. m. WANTED A first-class office man. When answering, state what you can do Good chance for Al man. Ad dress P. O. Box 907. WANTED Girl for general housework. Leslie Stewart, Tempe. WANTED A nurse girl. East Jefferson 8t Apply, 1430 WANTED Girl or woman to help with housework. Address Mrs. L. H. Rhu art. R. F. D. No. 2. City. WANTED Woman to do light house work and care for two small chil dren. 315 W. Buchanan st. HELP WANTED. WANTED A good Japanese cook wants situation; town or country. I. Tosakl, French. Kitchen, 11 W. Washington st WANTED A milker, $45.00 a month and board. Meet me at the Republi can office at 4 o'cloc k today. SITUATIONS WANTED. WANTED Position as housekeeper or nurse by experienced woman. Ad dress A. care of Republican. WANTED General house cleaning by two colored men, or as cook and waiter in boarding house or hotel, or camp. Address Box 100, Republican, WILL GO to your home and sew by the day. Prices reasonable. Call or address 318 E. Van Buren St. SITUATION WANTED by experienced nurse. Address "Z, care of Repub lican. SITUATIONS WANTED To help you In your advertising. Sherley Hun- ter. Main 47. F1RST-CLASS dairy hand wants po sition. Box 3, Republican. SITUATION WANTED A young man with experience and ability wants to write more copy that pulls. Sherley Hunter. WANTED To run a dairy on shares, or to milk, by first-class milker. 19 W. Van Buren st WANTED Position by stenographer. P. O. Box 701, Phoenix. WANTED Call at Japanese club, most reliable agency for help. 640 West Monroe st. Phone Red 8442. WANTED WORK You can save 25 per cent on building your house by letting Bat so Bros, do your work. Estimates furnished on new and re pair work. All work guaranteed. Also concrete work in all its branches. Address Box C. D. B.f Re publican. WANTED Plain sewing, at home or by day. 345 N. Third ave. YOUNG MAN who has had large ex perience with freight tariffs and rates, would like position; no objec tion to out of town; references. Ad dress M., care of Republican, O. T. Box. WANTED Situation by man and wife in hotel or on ranch; $60 per month and found. X. Y. Z., Republican. WANTED Position as private nurse of insane person. 1 have had three years' experience. Phone B!ack 9983. STRONG, industrious, willing young man wants any kind of outdoor work. Address L. E., Republican office. WANTED POSITION IN ARIZONA BY ALL-AROUND CONFECTION ERY MAN, CAPABLE OF TAKING FULL CHARGE; 18 YEARS' EAST ERN 'EXPERIENCE; CONSIDERED ONE OF B!: ST SODA DISPENS ERS AND ICE-CREAM MAKERS IN COUNTRY; STRICTLY SOBER; BEST REFERENCES. SHANNON MARTIN, 606 E. FIFTH ST, LOS ANGELES, CAL. LOST AND FOUND. FOUND April , 14th, two Durham cows. Owner can have same by call ing at CentraJ Avenue Dairy, 2 miles on North Center st. Phone County 117. LOST Money, by not buying sporting goods from Galpin's gun store. FOUND Girls' handkerchief and dime In red leather bag. Owner may find same at this office. STOLEN From porch, at 642 N. Sec ond ave., one chainlsss Columbia bi cycle, 2-speed gear coaster brake, cushion fork and spring frame. Re ward for return to Diehl Shoe Co. LOST Leather fob, with elk's tooth fastened to end, bearing figures "228." Leave same at Southwestern Realty Co., and receive reward. LOST Ladies' gold watch and fob. Return to No. 2 Creighton Block and receive reward. Miss Florence Jones. STRAYED OR STOLEN Bay mare. five years old, hind feet white, full, long tall, mane five Inches long. Re ward. Return to Robert Friedel, 124 North Seventeenth ave., one block north of Capitol, or 'phone Subur ban 105. STRAYED From 134 North Tenth ave.. Phoenix, on night of April 19. one milk cow, red mulev, wire cut scar under neck; branded reverse B on left hip. Finder, return or leave in formation and receive reward. W. A. Evans. STRAYED Two horses, one brown mare, about 7 years old, with wire mark on front foot and bav filly, about 2 years of age, branded on hip. Came to my bam on or about April 10th. Owner can have same by calling and paying expenses. Met ropolitan Stables. STRAYED April 21st, eight-month-old mare colt, between a bay and sor rel color. Please call Phone Block 8495. ' LOST $10, Tuesday; can tell finder about where I lost it; liberal reward. Groom. Phone Red 2071. BOARDING AND P003I1 JGJ10 USESL 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 $1.60 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 $1.50 to $2.50 per week. Cor. 1st ave. and Van Buren st UNION HOTEL 618 W. Washington. Rooms, 50c per day. TABLE UNEXCELLLED, rooms airy and sanitary. Ashland Place, 1153 E. Van Buren St Elois J. Chamberlain, Proprietress. Ph.ne Slack 9081. THE MOSS Nice, clean rooms; no sick, 401 W. Washington st Mrs. J. M. Collyer, Prop. Phone Black 8392. THE GERMAINE A few more seats In a first-class private German pri vate boarding house; summer rates. 362 N. Second ave. SUMMER RATES at the New Den nis, Second st. and Washington. Porches for outdoor sleeping. BOARD AND ROOM in country; nice shade, and rates reasonable. M. C. Brown, R. F. D. 4. HORSESHOEING. FRANK WOOD, practical horseshoer. Specialty made of lame and faulty gaited horses. 105 W. Jefferson St Phon black 900L MISCELLANEOUS. enced card reader. Sees past, present and future. Ladles, 25c; gentlemen, 60 cents. 223 Buchanan St, corner Third. - ' COKE TO LB wnen you want a trunk roped and hauled. . Only 26c Al ways on time. Lightning Delivery and Storage Co. NEW WOODYA RD removed from 909 W. Buchanan to 501 West Washing ton. Phone Red 905L George Hurst, Proprietor. WANTED You to visit our wall paper department. The latest designs and largest assortment, at 7c. per roll and up. Room molding to match. Dorris-Heyman Furniture Co. WANTEDFive or six-room house, furnished or unfurnished, latter pre ferred, by small family; no sick; no children.' Address P. O. Box 308. WANTED To borrow $400.00 from private parties; good security. Ad- dress V. C, Republican office. ' 'UK.li5Hfca ROOM, with screen room, two-story house, modern; one Mock, two car lines. 602 N. Second st WANTED All kinds of poultry at the Phoenix Poultry Yards, telephone Black 3221. WANTED To buy 6, 10 or 20 acre tract suitable for oranges and olives. Must be in guaranteed orange dis trict Will be in Phoenix April 6th Address J. J. Owen, care of Box, 782, Phoenix, Ariz. FOR EXCHANGE For a small in vestment weekly, my experience and ability in advertising. Sherley Hun ter. MRS. AYLWIN will sell switches, puffs, etc., at cost. 11 S. Center st, Room 15. GUNS repaired at Galpin's store. WANTED Horses to pasture, $2 per month. J. E. Price ranch, Section 14 Tempe. ' MADAM RENA Palmist and medium. 428 S. Center St. FOR EXCHANGE For Phoenix city property or Salt Rltr valley ranch, umVer old canal A 40-acre ranch, ad- Joining the city of Reno, -Nevada; 5-acre good apple orchard, 8 -roomed house, large basement, electric lights. telephone, and finest cold! water in the world. This land will produce clear $500.00 to $900.00 per acre of onions, or $450.00 to $600.00 per acre of potatoes, year after year. Acre age as now planted: Alfalfa, 20 acres; onions, 5 acres; ground ready for 8 acres potatoes and garden. Private canal with ail the water you wish to use without cost. University and public schools within one mile. Street car line building past the door. Hot artesian water . can be had by drilling. Elevation, 4,500 feet. Splen did climate. Best markets. Finest subdivision proposition in the coun try. Price $40,000.00: owner's equity, $22,000.00; balance, long time at 8 per cent Address, stating what you have. Valley Realty Company, 118 Virginia st, Reno, Nevada. ' ELDERLY LADY wants lady or gen tleman to share expenses of her com fortable home in orange belt; no rent charged. Call 724 .South First ave. NOTICE Have vou heard about It? Wall-paper, 7H cents per roll, and up. Large assortment room mould ing to match. Dorris-Heyman Co. WANTED Heifers, that will be fresh soon. Henry Kahl, R. F. D. No. 4. MEN, LEARN BARBER TRADE Short time required; graduates earn $12 to $30 week. Moler Barber Col lege, Los Angeles. WANTRD A strong second-hand trunk. Address 516 North Ninth ave. COME AND LIST your furnished and unfurnished houses. We can rent them. Have bargains in city and ranch property. 45 S. Center. Phone Black 9201- WANTED Every one to know that on April 1st I ordered both my 'phones taken out on account of poor service. Please drop postal or call at shop. E. L. Branch, Painter and Decorator, 24 N. Second st. WHERE TO BUT. FOR SALE New and occona--Mand bi cycles and tires, at lowest prices. Pioneer Cycle Co., '33 No. 1st ave. PHOTOGRAPHY Change ot name. The Westberg Studio to Westberg A Turnbull Portrait Studio. Portrait work, enlarging, viewing and kodak finishing. Headquarters Phoenix Camera club. SUNDAYS AND EVERYDAY You will find cartridges, fresh meats, bread, groceries, dry goods, tin and glassware, hay and grain at J. M Iberri's (th ft Jackson,''" prone red 8296. ON YOUR WAY HOME Stop ac the Midway saloon, whiskey and wine by the gallon, bonded goods a spec ialty, prices right John Eyrich. SWET.T CIDER, condensed apple elder and elder vinegar, any quantity. Cocr Cola Bottling Works, 626 W. Wash ington, phone black 8995. , NAVEL ORANGES. $2.50 per box; al so grape fruit $2.50 per box; allMnds of feed. At Crump's, Hay and Grain com p.. CHOICE Valencia orangec, 15 cts. doz. up. Apples, 5 pounds, 25 cents. Wal nuts, 15 cents pound, 7 pounds $1. All fruit in season. Scull's Market, 39 S. Center St JONES' WOODYA RD Wood delivered to all parts of the city. Phone Black 2936. 909 W. Buchanan. I 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 M Mi 1 1 Him SVioney I to loan on v improved I real estate. Not one X day's delay. :; Dwight B.: Beard : ;; Cor. Adams Center. M14 ill jjll 11 .n 1 1 SPECIALS Some choice building lots for sale cheaper than adjoining property. I want your bid on some lots in Collin's Addition. I have several nice trading propositions. Houses for sale on small payment down. Ranch propery in large and small tracts. Small tracts for nice homes. W. K. JAMES, - 37 N. CENTER ST. STABLE AND CORRAL. YOUR HORSE needs clipping now. do the work quick and good. En sign's Livery and Sale Stable. Cor. First and Adams Sts. Phone Main 96, PALO ALTO STABLES lor swell ' hacks and 7 Beaters, buggies and showy saddle horses. Stevens ft Wiggins, phone ' Main 73, 4th Ave. between Adams and Washington. THE CONCRESS STAGE meets all trainB. A. P. Mlltenberg. Proprietor. HACKS ON CALL at the Star Livery, at 228 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' gies and surreys. Center Street Liv ery, 235 N. Center. A- E. Frank forter. Phone Main 81- THE METROPOLITAN Stables turn out first class livery only. "Phone us your orders. Phone Main 236 ON CALL HACKS ON- CALL Golden Eagle Stable. Tel. Main 61. Busses, Ambulance. Livery. PIONEER STABLES 1100 pound combination mure, cheap; livery, feed and hoarding. Horses clipped. Oscar Walker, Prop., 29 S. Third st Phone Main 1:95. THE COMMERCIAL CORRAL, corner Center and Jefferson sts. Starr ft Hoghe, Props. Feed, livery and sale stables. Good sheds for horses and rigs. Good and safe drivers. ANYTHING you want In the livery line, you can get at the Five Points Livery, from a pony to a $1,000 cab. Phone Main 55 for all orders. ESTRAYED One buckskin pony mare and one bay horse. Notify Box 1011, Phoenix. PROFESSIONAL. PATENT ATTORNEYS Patents, copyrights, trademarks, American and foreign. James R. Townsend, 430 Bradbury Bldg., Los AngMec Cat DR. W. S. LOWE, 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. 18 N. Second Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. BARNETT E. MARKS, Attorney and Counsellor. Office 401-402 Fleming Bldg., Phoenix, Ariz. Patents se cured. J. W. CRENSHAW, Attorney at Law. General practice in all the courts. Office, 211 Fleming Bldg., Phoenix, Ariz. DR. H. O. RAMSEY, veterinary sur geon and dentist Office cor. 1st ave. and Jefferson st Phone Black 9001. Residence 240 West Jefferson st Phone Red 8771. HILDRETH ft THOMPSON. Land Attorneys, land, mining and Irriga tion law. Rooms 220-221. Fleming Bid., Phoenix, Ariz. HARRY FRIEDMAN, Optician, grad uate Chicago Opthalmic College. Glasses fitted. 40 South Center st MASSAGE Mrs. M. E. Miller, 72 Telephone Red Westmoreland place. 8841. MASSAGE G. A, Roberts, graduate expert, twelve years' experience; physician's prescriptions given spe cial attention. Phono Black 8853. H-M-M I I I 1 I I I I : I 1 II 1 t i 1 1 I I, The Best Buys i 3700 L"4 70x190 In East Evergreen Place close to car line on excep tionally easy terms. ' SI00 Lot on comer in Brill Addition, 100x200, one block from car line. T S4000 Buys an ideal home place; new modern brick dwelling, big porches, closets and nice barn. 4000 Forty acres 2 miles S. W. of Glendale, terms. S7200 Eighty s. w. terms. acres 3 miles of Glendale; $60 Per Acre fine section near Glendale; house, windmill. Page fence, etc. Easy terms. Part in cultivation. 2500 Fine 20 acres, 3 miles S. E. from Glendale. X S51400-Buys 20 acres close 10 ciayson urove; flood water. 40 acre buys section south of Mesa about ' nine miles. i E. J. Bennitt & Co. f MONEY TO LOAN W-H-H-W t I rH'W"H 'M"H' WE HAVE A FEW 6 Per Cent LAND MORTGAGES Gold Bonds at 95. For information in quire at . Phoenix Trust Co. FOR 8ALE 5-roora modern brick house in good location on north side, few steps from car line, cement walks, etc, for $2250, easy, payments. 7-room modern house with two lots, corner in good location, for $3000.00 terms reasonable. 4 lots In good location for $800.00, will not stand long at this price. 2 two-room houses with 100 ft frontage, good shade, eta, for $1000.00 easy payments. 2 good lots on West Adams street for $950.00, terms reasonable. FOR RENT 3-room furnished house in the su burbs at $15.00 per month. 3- room conveniently arranged cot-! tage, furnished, for $17.00 per month, i 4- room furnished house, just com-! pleted, has not been occupied by sick, ' for $15.00 per month. J 4-room house with good shade and city water, for $10.80 per month. I 6-room modern house close in, furnished, for $30.00 per month. I 7-room house close in for $20.00 per month. B. G. PECKA Real Estate, Loan. & Insurance Phone Red 8995. 610-512 W. Washington St 'i 1 1 1 1 u n i n 1 1 1 1 iMiii m h FOR SALE T New 4-room modern cottage, T X with bath, and 5 acres of land X X in alfalfa, not far from car line. T Price 2350 half cash. bal" ance monthly. Harry C. Thomas ! End of Indian car line Phone County 19. I'llllil!! 1 1 1 1 II 1 11 ! 1 3 it 1 t FOR SALE One of the best 10 acre ranches in the valley, all in cultivation, frame house, chicken house, 400 young fruit trees, regular water, only 3 miles N. W. of Phoenix. A special bargain. Price $2,600. 50 acres all in alfalfa, regular water, fine well, nice 6-room brick house, barn and outbuildings, $8,000 cash will handle this, interest 7 per cent Price $12,000. COLE BROTHERS Real Estate and Rental Agency. 210 W. Wash. St. Phone Black 2681. SMALL FARMS CANTALOUPES GLENDALE LOESS GLENDALE LOESS GLENDALE LOESS GLENDALE LOESS SMALL . FARMS Comp No Deal too Large No deal too large for our capacity or too small for our attention. If your trade is exacting, try our methods of doing business. $20,000 80 acres, fenced and crossfenced, all leveled and bordered, strictly orange land, oldest grove in valley; down. Terms on balance. $16,000 80 acres, fenced and crossfenced, all In alfalfa; $2,500.00 bungalow tenant .house; full water; hi down. Balance to suit $15.000 120 acres, close In; will sell in 20, 40 , or 80-acre tracts. $15,000 120 acres, close In; will sell, splendid opportunity for Investment; hi down. Balance to suit $3,200 acres, Glendale loess; another splen did opportunity. $1,500 cash. Balance to suit $31.000 5S0 acres, all in grain; a snap. "IT'S THE SOIL" SOUTHWESTERN REALTY COMPANY v .- Successors Taylor-Berryman Co. Next to Postoffice. Phone M. 280. SMALL FARMS SUGAR BEETS ORCHARD ADDITION TO GLENDALE 320 Acres Subdivided into 10 and 20 Acre Farms. Each Farm Fronts on a Graded Roadway On one of these small farms, Mr. L. C. Ilaviser last season planted 7 acres of cantaloupe, from which he received, after paying freight and commission charges, $1685.17, or $217.44 per acre. (Crutchfield & Woolf oik's account of sales on file . at this of f ice.) ROADWAYS GRADED LAST WEEK 110 ACRES ALREADY SOLD No raise in price Still selling with Subdivision advantages at Farm prices Phoenix Trust 16 West Adams St. any hi TV SUGAR BEETS i 1 FbV'1 J DID YOU GET A SLICE of what nature Intended for you the great round world? If not the fault Is yours, for a few dollars -a month will give you a clear title to at least part of your share of the earth's skin. Let us cut you off a piece. You can't begin too soon. 5 acres $675: old water rights; $175 cash, balance $25 per month. ELLIOT EVANS CO. 15 East Adam. St SMALL FARMS GARDEN TRUCK GLENDALE LOESS GLENDALE LOESS GLENDALE LOESS GLENDALE LOESS GARDEN TRUCK