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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1909.
7 We Want You to Give Us a Name We Will Pay $25 for Your Trouble Our proposition is this: That we must have an appropriate name in one week from today for our new sub-division of lots. These lots are located just south of the Maricopa canal, between Center street and the Indian School car line, and is now known as the Earnhart Sub-Division. A guarantee of- full water rights from the Maricopa canal goes with each lot and an additional guarantee of a 10,000 gallon domestic water system for the tract. Each . lot is 60x200 feet. We want you to go out and look these lots over and submit us a name for the tract. Take the Indian School car line or drive out Center street. Prices on these lots will be from $400 to .$500 each and we offer them at $10 down and $10 per month. Iiemember we have only 50 of these lots for sale. The successful name will be published with the GET BUSY Next door LOST AND FOUXD. LOST Money, by not buying sporting goods from Galpin's gun store. KSTRAYED Came to my place, one brown horse, weight about 50 lbs.; star In forehead; two white feet. W. C. Strub. 1r miles; north, half-mile west of Six Points, on Arizona canal. LOST Your one best bet, if vou fail to take advantage of the Pre-Inven-tory Sale in the wall-paper depart ment; 15 per cent off while the sale lasts. Dorris-Heyman Furniture Co. STRAYKD A brown sway backed horse, four white feet. Notify Shan Johnson, Tompe. LOST A gold bracelet, set with five sapphires. Return to Jessie Higley, 139 X. Sixth St. STRAYED One red mooly milch cow, branded on left hip with an inverted E, wire cut on neck. Reward for return to 134 X. Tenth Ave.. Phoe nix. LOST In Phoenix, ladies' coat. No tify Republican. Teme. Reward. LoST A Baker i Hamilton No. 1197 bicycle, front tire re-i, back tire, red dish cast, from front of Wells Fargo office. Reward for its return to Pio neer Transfer Office. CAME TO MY PLACE, a cow. red Durham, dehorned milk cow. Wal ter Cross. R. F. D. No. 2, on Grand ave. Telephone County 143. TAKEN UPBicycle! 924xr Fourth St. FOUND Purse containing money; owner can liave same by calling at 302 E. Van Buren St., describing purse and contents. STOLEN A Columbia bicycle, Kelly handle bar, coil spring saddle, 2 new Fisk tires, rear rim is a G. & J. Receive 12.00 reward at police office. PAINTING. PAVSTERTeTTCir goni; nert! stay; here for businass. Collyer, the paintir. Paint your house, hang your paper; tln'.ing walls a spe cialty; work guaranteed; bonds, ref erences nd estimates furnished. J. M. Collyer, The Mos", 401 W. Washington. "Phone Black 8392. MISCELLANEOUS. AIRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS Smpert enced card reader. Sees past, present and future. Ladles, 25c; gentlemen, 60 cents. 223 Buchanan St, corner Third. APRICOTS! APRICOTS! We have about all the 'cots in the country; selling now 3c. to 5c. a lb. Come at once. Scull's Market, 39 S. Center. FOR SALE 170 shares Arizona Gold and Copper Hill Mining stock; sell ing at $1.00 in Kansas City and local market. Today, 75c. Arthur L. Waterhouse, 15 E. Adams st. ioiJb iu IjO wuen you sit cnja roped and hauled. Only lie. Al ways on time. Lightning Dellrnn and Storage Co. WANTED AP kinds of poultry at the Phoenix Poultry Yards, telephone Black 3221. WAXTED Horses to pasture, $2 per month. J. E. Price ranch. Section 14, Tempe. IWILL TAKE a contract to plough 100 acres this summer and take a large work mare as part pay. Ernest Gill, Tempe. WAXTED Five or six-room house, furnished or unfurnished, latter pre ferred, by small family; no sick; no children. Address P. O.JBox 308. AV A SITED To buy-iT t h ree or four room house from owner, not over four blocks from car ivne; cash for a bargain: state price and location. Address G. M, Republican office. I HAVE B U YER for good income resi dence north of Jefferson st; price less than $3,000. See Groom, 24 West Jeff-rson st. APRICOTS at Jack's ranch; 2c. and 3c. WANTED Partner to take half In terest in established, paying business in city; easy work, no risk for money invested. Eight to fifteen hundred dollars required. Address G.. Repub lican office. Phoenix. Ariz. Y M NTcT(7uPLEtTsmall furnish ''1 house for summer; will take good care of place whose owners wish to leave city. Can furnished unques tionable references. Address W. P.. Republican. . WANT To TRADE camera for bi- c.vcl... M5 x. 1st St. WANTElThe care of a modern house f.,r tt,e summer. 99, Republican. name ot the party to whom the SUNDAY, MAY 30. Southwestern Realty Co. "It's the Soil." to P. O. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED Baled oat. wheat, barley and alfalfa hay, well cured and se curely laled. E. O. Slocum, stone warehouse, S. First Ave. PLA1X SEWING at reasonable prices. Mrs. Williams, 517 S. 1st St. SPECIAL We have buyer for an In come business property. Don't wait. See us at once and we will take up the deal. Valley Realty & Trust Co.. 34 W. Adams St. WANTED To rent small modern, furnished house, with sleeping porch. 33, Republican. DRESSM AKINO AND PI.AIX SEW I.VG. 925 E. McKinley st. Brill car. IF YOU WAXT your shirtwaist or dainty linen laundered satisfactorily, call cor. Tenth and McKinley sts. ; KLLINGSEN WAREHOUSE Xow open. A general hay and grain, loans storage business. Moos. El lingsen. Prop, and Owner, Tempe. Your business solicited. j WANTED Hens and fryers at the City j Yard on Grand Ave. Phone Red I . S44.-I. $25 REWARD for information leading to recover" of mare, ami conviction of party or parties taking same from pasture near Wilson school house on the night of May 12. Mare was an extra large, fine boned bay, 18 hands, about 13 years old; one eye slightly blurred; enlargement at top of both fore feet. Address W. J. Dickerson, R. F. D. Xo. 1, Phoenix. Ariz. WAXTED A perfectly healthy family (no children) wants to rent furnish ed house for summer, beginning June 1. Postoffice Box 817. WAXTED TO BUY A few car loads of goo l horses and mules, broke or unbroke. Will take a few old horses. Am here for 8 days. W. C. Hobock, Pioneer Stables. WANTED To correspond with young or middle aged woman by young widower. Object, matrimony. Box 2C, care Republican. WANTED TO BUY from owner, 5 or 10, acre farm. H. A. Luce, 1125 East Polk St. j MY BOOK. "Building a Business," tells how mail order agency business can be started with capital of $30 to $100, and make several thousand dollars annually. It's free. Robert Hicks, St. Louis, Mo. ADDITIOXAL CAPITAL furnished f fl ing concerns; companies incorporat ed, financed, stock and bond Issues placed direct with investors on a commission basis. Capital, P. O. Box 978. Xew York. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. WAXTED Man with some cash to start general merchandise store in new gold fields, one thoroughly ex perienced In business. Best of ref erences. G. C. W., care of Republi can. $750 WILL BUY a good paying busi ness. See owner, 238 E. Wash. St. ADDITIONAL CAPITAL furnished go ing concerns; companies Incorporat ed, financed; stock and bond Issues placed direct with Investors on a commission basis. Capital, P. O. Box 976, Xew York. BEST BUYS 20 nr 40 acres ono-fourth mile north of the Adams ranch. This is fine sandy loam and has the very best water rights. We have this for a few days at SI 75 p,r acre. This is a rare bargain as it Is worth $225 per aire. If you are looking for a small ranch close in, your search is ended. One of the finest quarter sec tions in the valley and a great money maker, all in alfalfa, four miles N.W. of Phoenix. The Best Buy in the Valley Today. $158.25 per acre. Terms. MONEY TO LOAN E. J. Bennitt & Company $Jo belongs. GET BUSY Phone M. 28. PROFESSIONAL. PATENT ATTORNEYS Tatents. copyrights, trademarks, American and foreign. James R. Townsend, 430 Bradbury Bldg.. Lo Angeles, Cal. DRTw. S. LbWET Veterinar7an.Of flce 17 X. 1st Ave. Office Phone Red 3931. Res. Phone County 44. J. Q. A. KING, Assayer and Metallur gist. Mining, Milling, Smelting and Irrigation Machinery. 18 N. Second Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. BARXETT E. MARKS, Attorney and Counsellor. Office 401-402 Fleming Bldg, Phoenix, Ariz. Patents se cured. J. WTCRENSHAW. 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 A THOMPSON. Land Attorneys, land, mining and irriga tion law. Rooms 220-221, Fleming Bid.. Phoenix. Ariz. HARRY FRIEDMAN. Optician, grad uate Chicago Opthalmlc College. Glasses fitted. 40 South Center St. i MASSAGE Mrs. ST E Miller, 72 ! Westmoreland place. Telephone Red I 8841. LADIES' TOILET PARLOR Hair dressing, shampooing, electric mas sage treatment. Shirley & Shirley, 39 E. Adams st. Phone Red 8072. FOR SALE Xew 5-room house on car line with corner lot for $1075; a good buy. 6-room modern brick house, com pleted about two months ago, for $2500. 5-room house in good location on car line for $1400; easy payments. 22 acre tract suitable for chicken ranch, for $400; .easy payments, $10 down and $5 ier month. 80 acres on the new Buckeye rail road for $:15 per acre; easy payments. 2 lots on East Washington street for $250. 4 lots in good location for $S00. i FOR RENT 4-room house with sleeping room, good around premises, etc.. good screen shade, fence for $ 1 5 per month. 3- room frame house with city water furnished, shade, etc., for $8 per month. 4- room newly furnished house, nev er been occupied by sick, for $12.50 per month. 8 -room furnished house in good lo cation will be rented for $25 per month to good reliiible parties. ' 5- room modern house close in for $20 per month. 5-room modern house just complet ed for $25 per month by the year. 1- room house with large chicken yard and stable for $5 per month. 2- room portable house for $'! per month. 4-room furnished house for $10 per month. 7-room house close in for $20 per month. B. G. PECKA Real Estate, Loans & Insurance. Phone Red 8995. 610-512 W. Washington SL 160 ACRES ? r miles south of sugar fac tory, for $125 an acre; one third cash, bal ance in 5 years at G per cent interest. This is choice soil and fine loca tion. This is a bargain. Xo. 723. Greene & Griffin Vote For the Center St. Bridge I and a Greater Pt..;u X NAME ' y'y I I I I p53! M I I I I I I 1 j lo-oy-y 5". 2 9 : 5 ; ... asS j j J I sags got' eo' ; . . . . ', T 4 .1 Z i I St 4.9 gf fo an Ti j CO rJ sort' T.MEarnhcttt w 9 t o s j , i . ' ' V I I I ' I , ouhu aoeo . j I ! L I 1 i i i i i ,. Protect your eyes from the sun with a pair of our smoked glasses. Swigett Bros., 17 East Adams St. PAY DIRT AND OUT WELL. An income now. 100 acres in alfalfa and grain; 2 miles east of Phoenix; rich soil; location Al. $200 per acre. Terms: $1500 cash; $2500 July 30th; $1000 Sept. 15th; $2500 2 years; $3500 3 years; balance easy. Small house. Elliot Evans Co. 15 E. Adams St. VOTE FOR CENTER STREET BRIDGE AND GREATER PHOENIX. it IT'S PAY DIRT AND PANS A Few Specials Orchard Addition to Glendale: 10 to 40 acres, within one mile of the depot; in cultivation. Special price $150 per acre. One mile from Alhamhra: 40 acres fine level land, one mile from railroad station. Special price $125 per acre. Orangewood: At the head of Central avenue, finest location for a home in the orange belt; 10 to 40 acres. Special price on appli cation. A special bargain: We have one tract of 100 acres unimproved but good level land. Must be sold to close an eastern business. Special price $50 per acre. Call and examine our complete list. Lands for sale In all parts of the valley. Phoenix Trust Company 16 West FOR EXCHANGE G00 acres fine wheat land in the Great Bend country of the state of Washington. Two good springs on the land and large lake adjoining. "Will sell or exchange for property in the Salt liiver valley. Sec VI- TXO 11 Costley & Thompson's Real Estate Exchange. 45 W. Adams St. I I. Vote for Center St. Bridge and a Greater Phoenix THIS TRACT AND WIN GIVEN AWAY. Send your name today for a valu able booklet. Standard Homeopathic; Pharmacy, 420 S. Broadway, Los An geles, Cal. Hi nil 11 minmii)Mr Money X to loan on improved f i real estate. Not one 1 i day's delay. :i Dwight B. Heard j; ;; Cor. Adams & Center. ;: t imiiiiiMiiinnnii H-H-H-H ! i II H-i I I I i II II 1 I I Money to Loan jj in large or small amounts on liberal terms. Harry Kay & Company 9 West Adams St. It, Phoenix, Ariz. ? ,,;,.:..;i, ,; ,;..h-k;,iI. M '1"S-H-W- Adams St. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! fWT.V TflTI A V :; Unusual bargain in ' 50 acres on car line; all ';; in alfalfa; good house. ::: Easy terms. ;;; Page-Hanlen & Co. 43 West Adams St. PHONE RED 3911. 4 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I W'l H MHII11UH1HI1II' For Sale A nice new bungalow ready for JL f use in a good location on Grand avenue car line. This house can be bought on the best of terms f by applying to my office. A. R. Taylor 7 W. Adams St. IFOR SALE Xew 4-room modern cottage, T with bath, and 5 acres of land in alfalfa, not far from car line. Price S2350 haIf caau. ba ance monthly. Harry C. Thomas ? End of Indian car line Phone County 19. CAN YOU BEAT THIS? f t RO ncres 7 miles from tnwn T under S. R. V. canal. All good land and has been under culti vation. $55 per acre. $1500 cash will get you the property. T W. M. FICKAS. t T, 17 N. First Ave. -H-frW-W"fr-H-M III- FOR SALE fA fine business income property. Low price, good terms and low interest if wanted. Also many J. city, ranch and orange lands. FOR RENT T A fine store room in business X center. Furnished and unturn T ished houses and rooms. . L King & Co. 13 N. 2nd Ave. T Place for Investment Bargains. JL r 11 I' I I 1 I H I I MMIIIHIM H H-H-HHH PER ACRE j DWIGHT t S.E. CORNER CENTER $25.00 IMPORTANT NOTICE. If Georgie M. Smith will call at Massie & Sons' store, 114 W. Washing ton St.. they will receive something of importance to them. ihi i1 nut uinr mm ntt- For Sale ; A snap In a nice Center street cottage; only six rooms, but a well built house; large rooms, garage, large corner lot, and near car line. For particulars, see me. R. A. Watkins it With Th. H. I. Latham Co. ? 115 N. Center St. IlllHlllllllllUlllllllil- FOR SALE. 28 acres in alfalfa, good house and barn, stock and farming tools all go. This is a snap: let us show you. NOTICE. We are agents for the Denton Col ony lands of Dimmit county. Texas. A farm and two town lots for $210. Easy terms. Join our club; no chance to lose. For information see COLE BROTHERS Real Estate & Rental Agency. 210 W. Wash. St Phone Black 2681. For Sale Large apartment house on Xorth Third avenue. Brings good returns from rents; well suited for 3 to 4 suites of housekeeping rooms. A good money maker and home combined. Plen ty of shade and cheap for price. $3700 The H. I. Latham Co. Eeal Estate Invest ments. 115 X. Center St. t i 1 1"H-H"H-K I I 1 I K-H-M-H-H' birys a splendid half section just 3 miles west of Glen dale. Soil is sandy loam and loess; all fenced and cross fenced. 80 acres into grain. The best big buy we have near Glendale. B. HEARD AND ADAMS STREETS. f 1-