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THE AEIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1909.
PAINTING. PAINTER Here f.r good; nere to stay; here for business. Collyer, the palnttr. Paint your house, hang your paper; tinting walla a spe cialty; work guaranteed; bonds, ref erences una estimates furnished. J. M. Collyer, The Mos. 401 W. Washington. 'Phone Black 8381. HVE POINTS HORSE AND HAR NESS SHOP Old harness mended aa good as new, fine shoe mending. Done promptly. J. R. Brees, Pro prietor, Phoenix, Aralzora. REPAIRING GUNS, LAWN MOW ERS, MOTORCYCLES, BICYCLES; SCISSORS AND CUTLERY OF ALL KINDS 8HARPENED. PHOENIX CYCLE CO. PHONE MAIN 84. WANT Jobbing work, carpentering, furniture repairing, painting, paper hanging. Terms moderate. 731 E. Van Buren St. GUNS repaired at Oalpin'a store. STABLE AND CORRAL. TOUR HORSE needs clipping now. 1 do the work Quick and good. En sign's Livery and Sale Stable. Cor. First and Adams Sts. Phone Main 98. PALO ALTO STABLES lor swell hacks and 7 Beaters, buggies and showy saddle horses. Stevens & Wiggins, phone Main 73, 4th Ave., between Adams and Washington. THE CONCRESS STAGE meets ail trains. A- P. Miltenberg. 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, 236 N. Center.- A. E. Frank furter. Phone Main 31. THE METROPOLITAN Stables turn out first class livery only. 'Phone us your orders. Phone Main fit. ON CALL HACKS ON CALL Golden Eagle Stable. Tel. Main SI. Busses. Ambulance. Livery. ESTRAYED One buckskin pony mare and one bay horse. Notify Box 1011, Phoenix. PATENT ATTORNEYS Patents, copyrights, trademarks, American and foreign. James R. Townsend. 430 Bradbury Bldg.. Los Angeles, Cal. DR. W. S. LOWE, Veterinarian. Of fice 17 N. 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. BARNETT E. MARKS, Attorney and Counsellor. Office 401-402 Fleming Bldg., Phoenix, Am. 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 at. Phone Black 9001. Residence 240 West Jefferson it Phone Red 8771. HILDRETH & THOMPSON, Land Attorneys, land, mining and irriga tion law. Rooms 320-221. Fleming Bid.. Phoenisc, Ariz. HARRY FRIEDMAN, Optician, grad uate Chicago Opthalmic College. Glasses fitted. 40 South Center St. MASSAGE Mrs. M. E. Miller, 72 Westmoreland place. Telephone Red 8841. LADIES' TOILET PARLOR Hair dressing, shampooing, electric mas sage treatment. Shirley & Shirley, 3? E. Adams st. Phone Red 8072. J. McD. M ELLEN Auditor and Ac countant. 45 N. Center St. BEST BUYS 20 or 40 acres one-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 3175 per acre. This is a rare bargain as it is worth $225 per acre. 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 Beit Buy in the Valley Today. 3156.25 per acre. Terms. . MONEY TO LOAN E. J. Bennitt & Company 1 M I 1 H 1 1 I I I I n t.HnM"H' t v JUST LOOK over here. Possibly we have what you want. I Elliot Evans Co. REAL ESTATE. 15 E. Adams St. T Vote for Center Street Bridge and a ureater rnoemx. ml FOR SALE New 6 -room house on car line with corner lot for 31075; a good buy. 6-room modern brick house, com pleted about two months ago, for 32500. 5-room house in good location on car line for 31400; easy payments. 2Vt acre tract suitable for chicken ranch, for 3400; easy payments, 310 down and 35 per month. 80 acres on the new Buckeye rail road for 335 per acre; easy payments. 2 lots on East Washington street for 3250. 4 lots in good location for $800. FOR RENT 4-room house with rood screen sleeping room, good shade, fence around premises, etc, for 315 per month. 3-room frame house with city water furnished, shade, etc, for $8 per montn. 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 reliable parties. 5-room modern house close in for 320 per month. 5-room modern house Just complet ed for 32s per month by the year. l-room house with large chicken yard and stable for $5 per month. 2-room portable house for $6 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. . 610-612 W. Washington SL 111 I Mill! HII I I I I I i 1 I-t- DESIRABLE RESIDENCE OR I BUSINESS PROPERTY CLOSE IN FOR SALE. As Administrator of the Es tate of Nina L. Buell, deceased. f I will receive bids in writing for the sale of all the property be- T longing to said estate located t ion Adams street between 3rd and 4th streets In this city, un til 10 o'clock Saturday May f 12th, 1909. T I hereby reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Bids will be received for each piece separately or for the property as a whole. Address all bids to f J. H. LANGSTON, X Creighton Bldg, Phoenix, Arir. 'i m u s n 1 1 s t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i 1 1 t i M I 1 1 1 1 : 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I i 1 1 1 i i f FOR SALE-CITY Price $2250 And ex cellent terms, 5-room i modern, .brick cottage I with screen sleeping I room, in northeast part of town, on car line; has all modern conven iecnes and well built. Price $2500 Modern 4-room brick cottage with screen sleeping room, shade and lawn;' North 3rd street. Good terms. Price $3000 5-room modern brick cottage, with nice shade, lawn, roses, cement walk, close in, north. Price $1100 6-room frame, close in, south part of town; one fourth cash, balance on good terms. I I The H.I. Latham Co. j i Real Estate Invest- i ments. 115 N. Center St. H i ; ,; ,; ;,,;i i I 1 I I 1 M 1 I S I II M ! I I I I I I I "I I S I M S I 1 S I I I' i 4- FOR SALE Choice 7-ROOM BRICK MODERN Located at 804 N. 3rd f St. Shady. East and f ? south face; corner, ? I Good terms. Worth t $3500. $3200 will buy. Valley Realty ! & Trust Co. 34 W. Adams St. I SIMS IM I 1 I I I I I 1 I I I ' 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 I tHHIIIMMIIMtj; iRloneyii to loan on improved :; real estate. Not one !! :: day's delay. Dwight B. Heard ii :: Cor. Adams & Center. ' ' Vote for the Center Street , , ' ' Bridge and a Greater Phoenix , , itlMMIlMltmiMMMII SOMETHING BACK - OF PRICE MOVEMENTS What Was Hidden Waa Not Disclosed to Outsiders. New York, June 3. The securities market in New York today was re plete with sensations and the causes lying back of various demonstrations made by price movements were kept veiled from public knowledge. That such causes existed and were of a substantial nature was taken for granted on account of the convincing evidence presented by the tape itself. Union Pacific was tardy in respond ing to an excited advance of South ern Pacific and at one time sold off to - a lower price than it closed last night Later into the day it came into the movement more fully. The whole market became very buoyant and animated before the close of the day but Influences ruling in all radiated form from impressive oper ations in Harrjman stocks and in United States Steel. Bonds were firm, total sales being 310,073.000. U. S. bonds were un changed. STOCKS. New York, June 3. Amalgamated Copper 85, American Smelting 95, Santa Fe 110, St. Paul 153. New York Central 132. Pennsylvania 136 ?4. Reading 156. Southern Pacific 130. Union Pacific 192, U. S. Steel 68. pfd. 125. GRAIN. Chicago, June 3. A feature of the trading in the wheat pit was the sell ing of a large line for July delivery and the purchasing of liberal quan tities of the December option by prominent commission houses. The July delivery was subjected to heavy selling pressure the greater part of the day. During the day July ranged between 118 and 120. Closing quo tations were July 118 ), and September $1.10. High record marks for the season were established in the corn market when July sold at 73c and Septem ber at 69 c. September waa decid edly bullish all day and the shorts were active bidders for July. The range for July was between 7273c. The close was strong with prices up c to llc. METALS. New York, June 3. London tin was higher with spot at 132 10s and futures at 133 15s. Locally the market was quiet, spot being - at $29.0029.25. Copper was higher in London, spot being quoted at 60 17s 61 and fu tures 61 13s 9d. Locally it was firm and unchanged. Lead advanced to 13 3s 9d in London. Locally it was steady and unchanged at $4.354.4a. Spelter was unchanged in London at 22 2s 6d. Locally it was firm and a shade higher at $5.20 5.25. CATTLE AND SHEEP. Chicago, June 3. Cattle receipts 4500; market weak. Beeves $5.10 7.15. Texas steers $4.656.6.25, western steers $4.65 6 6.25, stockers and feed ers 33. 60(35.50. cows and heifers $2.50 '6.30. calves $5.507.50. Sheep receipts estimated at 10.000; market weak to 10c lower. Natives $4.006.50. western $4.256.50, year lings $6.25 7.50. Lambs Natives $6.00 8.40, western $6. 85 & 8.60. o AN APPEAL FOR JUSTICE AND CENTER ST. BRIDGE BY RESIDENTS LIVING SOUTH OF THE RIVER. An Address to the Fair Minded Voters of Maricopa County. We, the undersigned, who are mak ing our homes across the river south of phoenix, and trying to do our share in building up that rapidly developing country, appeal to the taxayers of this countv to vote for the Center street bridge and thereby give us safe and direct communication with our nearest market, the City of Phoenix. Much has been said about the large interests which will be benefited by the construction of the Center street bridge many of us are people of lim ited means, our homes being nearly all that we possess. In order to make these homes more stable and give us the many advantages which communi cation with Phoenix offers, we appeal to the fair minded men of this com munity to assist us by voting for the Center street bridge: Pedro Trujillo, A. R. Jenkins, C. O. Steele, Price H. Brown, A. Cummins, N. P. McCallum, Jos. Lovell, Thos. J. Rice, M. H. McCoy, R Moreno. Chas. A. Iekel, L. F. Lawrence. L. J. Wll kerson, Thomas King. J. R. Hughes, J. M. Hughes, Alois Weiler, John Wl rer, J. H. Ray, W. McPalnter. H. W. Williamson. P. B. Hughes; Father Jus tin Deutsch, Supt. St. John's School; Sister A- De Sales, Sister M. Arch angels.. Sister Mary Joseph, Sister Guadalupe, Sister M. Irene. Sister M. Ancilla, (Sisters at St. John"s School) Br. Nicetus, O. F- M.; W. C. R. Match an, M. B. Horovitz, M. A. Roser, Wolf Sachs, Lauritz Kassen. Geo. W. Van derwalker. Chas. A. Vanderwalker. R. T. New (homesteader), Jake T. Van derwalker, A. B. Lemon. Brian G. Duce, Vardoro Moleno, Manuel Gallvis (sheep and goat raiser), James R. . Hughes, John R. Lynch (homesteader), C. Zu nlga (farmed 15 years), Jesus RIbas, Esetbano Martines, 1 Antonio Marti nez, 2 Antonio Martinez, Leon Marti nez, Pidro Martinez, John Coranoda. Alkaia Gonzales, Refuflu Newnes. Frankollno Eetrala, Walter R. Strong, Arthur L. Strong, Joseph Roseveare, Chas. Hess, B. H. Lye, J. W. Tomp kins, R. J. Pierce, W. R. Roberson. H. W. Farmer, F. C. Russell, E. D. Stevens. S- Palmer, Carl Voskuhler, F. A. Jefferson, Jos. Lam bey e. Urbano Moreno, Jesus Mareno. Pablo Enclnas, Feliciano Sllvas, Francisco Encinas, Polonlo Martinez, F. L. Martines, Frank Stewart, Fred Gatke, S. T. Probst. O. W. Poteet, A. H. Witten born, A. G. Wittenborn, A. Zunga. MARKET REPORTS BY PRIVATE WIRE New York, June S. The heavy buy ing in leading rails and industrials to day came as a surprise to Wall street, especially after the heavy close yes terday evening. The incentive for tills activity undoubtedly lies in the fact of the excellent outlook for crops and the nearness of the settlement of the tar iff measure. The buving of the lead ing securities was by the most influ ential and powerful banking syndi cates here and it is quite reasonable to expect that these stocks will not be liberated until much higher prices have been seen. LOGAN & BRYAN. BOSTON COPPER. Boston. June 3. Steel and Amalga mated Copper were again the leaders in the New York market today. Local traders are again frightened by the re cent break in North Butte and "Mass." and the whole list today waa inclined to be dull in comparison with the ac tivity in New York. North Butte re mained at a little above yesterday's closing price and fails to show any strength as yet. The list looked up a little at the close. Copper range con tinues to act well. East Butte closed with 14 bid with practically no stock offered. PAINE WEBER & CO. . WHEAT. Chicago, June 3. Some of the clev erest traders in wheat were at a loss to understand the market today. While there was liberal selling of July by the. recognized leading bull interests there was excellent buying of both Septem ber and ecember by big people in the trade. The latter months had a drop at one time but the rebound was strong. Little attention was given the cables which were about as expected. Shipping sales to outside mills were 50.000 bushels, making nearly half a million cash wheat sold here so far this week. The primary markets showed stocks of only 155,000 bushels and shipped over 400.000. If cash wheat prices stick and stocks go on decreas ing the buying side of wheat on breaks will prove profitable. CORN. The showing of the strength in this market Is the attitude of the country, which continues bullish through thick and thin. Local receipts were low and cash prices ruled higher. It is a strong situation which only heavy country offerings from reserves can change. PROVISIONS. September pork sold at $20 today for the first time in years. Leaders In the trade say they see little chance for a change in the present strong sit uation unless there is a greater supply of the raw product or a smaller con sumption demand. LOGAN & BRYAN. WESTERN MINING Lake Denn Helvetia : Quincy Nlplscing .... Green Cananea Superior & Pittsburg . . . Miami Utah Consolidated Old Dominion North Butte Calumet & Arizona Butte Coalition Shannon Shattuck Arizona Commercial .... Globe Black Mountain ........ Cumberland Ely Nevada Consolidated .... Glroux National Extension Superior & Boston STOCKS. .-2114 8 64 9m 10 10S 14 15 42 54 65 103 26 16 17S ! 89 23 J ?H 62 " ' " . r ideate Mice Now On Market LINCOLN PLACE, formerly known as the Sherman Tract, Is located one mile north east of the Indian School in the "Orange -Belt." This tract is now on the market In 10, 20, 30 and 40-acre tracts. The "Indian School Extension" of the car line, which the manager of the Phoenix Railway Company guarantees to have in operation by January 1st, 1910, passes directly through Lincoln Place, thus locating every lot directly on the '-ear line or making It easily accessible to it. "Nowhere in the valley can you secure so much fine land right on car line or close to it for so little money as in Lin coln place. Already ten of these tracts are sold. Come early and have a larger number to. choose from. SEE US FOR PRICE AND TERMS. Page-Hanlen Co. Phon Red 3911. Watch this space for the Ray l7 Ray Central 3H Rawhide ; . 22 Inspiration T Newhouse 2ft FRANK J. O'BRIEN, Broker. Pergonal experience with a tub of ManZan Pile Remedy will conrtnce you it 1b immediate relief for all forme of piles. Cornea put np In a tube with nozzle attached ready to use, and gives loaaedlate relief. Can be ap plied directly to the affected parts, reducing Inflammation, swelling and Itching. Guaranteed. Price 60c LARSON'S DRUG CO. ATTENTION, FIREMEN. All members of the Phoenix Fire Department are requested to assemble tn Firemen's hall at ,8 p. m., Friday, for a special meeting to act on reports of committees on cemetery and con stitution and bv-laws. ; PAUL R. KRUGER, President. J. M. SHOTT. Secretary. How about those glasses? Better get them now ' before Dr. 8wigett leaves for the summer. "Our's fit. 17 East Adams St. Phone Red 2641. P. Minor has completed an up-to- date correct map of Phoenix and addi tions. They are now ready for sale. 1 H H I I I I I I I II 1 I I I I I III I I X CAN YOU BEAT THIS f 80 acres 7 miles from . town . . under S. R. V. canal. All good ) land and has been under cultl- vatlon. $55 per acre. $1500 cash will get you the property. W. M. FICKAS. 17 N. First Ave. . . I I I I I I I I HHIIII I HI I I I M tininiiiiiiiniiinm FOR SALE A fine business Income property. ) ) Low price, good terms and low . . interest if wanted. Also many city, ranch and orange lands. ' ) FOR RENT A fine store room in business center. Furnished and unturn- Ished houses and rooms. E. L Kins & Co. 18 N. 2nd Ave. Place for Investment Bargains. imm n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 H1 'Mil I m tin 1 1 I Mill I I 1 1 it FOR SALE New 4-room modern cottage, ; with bath, and 6 acres ot land in alfalfa, not far from car Una. ; ) Price JpxaoU-nan casn, Bal ance monthly. Harry C. Thomas End or Indian car line t Phone County .19. 1 1 1 u i m 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 u ! COSTLEY & THOMPSON'S : , . REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. 45 W. Adam St. Vote for the Center Street Bridge and a Greater Phoenix. new plat of this tract. m J M- MM 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 141 lrH 1 1 S I III Hill 1 1 111 II 111 ! :;.To Every Hard Thinking Citizen comes the longing and desire to become a home own er. The question of location, water, car service, neighborhood and nearness to the center of the city has to be gone into very carefully. INDIAirOLA PLACE sells on its own merits. Ideally and beautifully lo cated on Center Street. Indian School car line; has been endowed by nature with all that goes toward making the very best possible in a home site. Added to this our guarantee of domestic water in front of every lot and house, and we offer the only good high class residence property in Phoenix at reasonable prices; $10 down and $10 per month. Your desire is to be satisfied. Then see In dianola Place the scenic addition, with soil. Take Indian School car line or drive out Center Street. It's just south of Maricopa canal. "IT'S THE SOIL" Southwestern Realty Co. I Next to Postoffice. H I I I I 1 1 I I I I I I I I II S 1 I III II I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I S I I I S 1 H - H - f" T IMPORTANT ! t Your grain and hay is t in great danger at this t Season and the COSt Of X i. X: 11 t protection is small. I Harry Kay & Cocipany PHOENIX, ARIZONA II 1 S 1 I I I 1 1 I I I 1 I 1 S IMMS'l-H if th I B -B lift ti ft ili ili t ifti t ItuT iti iffi ilfc if iff ilt t tut ti TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTI I IT ! I I I f I I" MONEY-TO-LOAN on Improved Heal Estate. 1 Good Mortgages bought I and sold. E. A. MARSHALL Real Estate and Mort- t gage Investments. 7 W. Adams St. M i 11 I S H"M"t I I 8- r l- r r l 18 K IS IIS A We have just been authorized by an eastern com pany to sell at once a fine section of fertile land. Price no object. Business must be closed up. Here Is Your Chance The price is cut to $50 per acre. Will sell in 160 acre tracts; 1-3 down, balance in three equal annual payments at 7. You pay in cash $16.66 per acre. You agree to pay $11.11 per acre per year for 3 years. Before the first year expires this land ought to sell for $75 per acre, a profit of 50 on the price agreed to be paid, but is 150 per cent on the money you actually pay down. Phoenix Trust Company 16 West Phone Main 280. I 11 II II 111 I j 1 1 I 8 1H 1 1 S S 1 ll1 f,, M I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. ' A I For Sale I t A nice new bungalow ready for ?! avenue car line. This house can I X i T ha K.,cV. wA t a e 1 1 be bought on the best of terms T by applying to my office. A. R. Taylor J J 1 w. Adams St. j. HIHIIItllllHtt'IUH. 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 A. Rental Agency. - 210 W. Wash. St. Phone Black 26SU Adams St BARGAIN? l i t l i t i 1 1 1 M 1 1 I 1 11 ill I S 1 H-