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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1909.
10 . i (! "OH YOU" COUNTRY PEOPLE who have an abundance of the good things on the farm the freshest of eggs, milk, fruit, vegetables, "yellow legged chickens," pure air and other of the good things of this world things denied to those who "herd in town" "OH YOU!" You have many tilings to be thankful for, but there IS one thing you need. You need it for the mother, the wife or for yourself (tor then there is a sweetheart). "OH YOU!" need a "nobby" new Runabout, one having the style of the "smartest" turnout, combined with durability, and carrj'ing the liberal guarantee of a strong concern bc hind it. "OH YOU!" You had thought of it? Yes, of course, but could not afford the money to buy a new one of that grade. "OH YOU!" You didn't know that our 1909 Special, on which we are making a price of only J 73.00, combines all these quali ties, but "OH YOU!" You are not only welcome, but arc urged to come in and inspect this rig, no matter whether you want to buy or not, and if you decide to purchase, select one before our stock Is exhausted. PRATT GILBERT COMPANY 3E POPULAR Advertisement running less than AUCTION FCBLIC SALE. Wednesday, Septem ber 1, 191, 2 mii-s north of Five Points on the old Osborn ranch, Iat-r known as the Baum ranch on old Black Canyon road Commenc ing at in a. m. sharp we will sell the following described property: 70 head of cattle. 10 head of horses. 33 had of milch cows. 9 head of j heifers. 26 head of calves and year- j lings, 4 work horses and 1 driver, 1 2-year-old colt (weighs 1210 lbs.), 1 special lady's driver, fine looker, 7 years old; 2 saddle ponies, 12 milk j cans, 1 .separator, some household ! goods, 2 wagons and hayracks on J wagons, practically new, used only 3 months; 1 spring wagon, 2 seats; j 1 mower, 1 set work harness, good I as new; 1 set driving harness, cost I $90; 1 disc and 1 spike tooth harrow, ! 1 12-inch John Deere plow, 2 extra shears. 1 cultivator; 1 pair 3 ton wagon springs. . . Terms given. Free lunch at noon. Owners: S. S. Shelley, Lish Tool and Tomosco. ROGERS & MrMUUTRT, Auctioneers. D. W. Ramage, Clerk. PI 'FLIC SALE Thursday, September 2. 1909. 7U miles west of Five Points and -. mile west of Fowler School House. Comencing at 10 a. in. I prompt we will sell the following de- I scribed property: 128 head cattle: j 40 head A No. 1 dairy cows, 18 head 1 of heifers, soon to be fresh; 26 head i f.f v.:ip!in a ml '..Mr.nM ..toot- i head heifers, yearlings past; 30 head I of calves from 3 weeks to 1 year I old; 2 Holstein bulls. Also hogs and a lot of milk cans. This is a herd of cows' second to none in Salt River Valley. Every one guaranteed to be as' represepted. You will not go wrong if you are looking for dairy stock to attend this sstle.-- Terms given. Free lunch for all at noon. ROGERS McM I'RTY. Auction eers. R. II. McAMOIL, Owner. Phone Red 2071. AUCTK N SALE September 2, l'J0:7 at l:3o o'clock, one mile southeast of phoenix on Henshaw road, ri mile south East Italic park. Twenty acres of school land, being the N. E. '.i of section 16, township 1 N, range 2 east. Improvements on said place consisting of Page fence, other fences, ditches; 30-foot well, 15 feet water; water right; 1 building 10x24, 1 building 10x2", iron roof; l build ing 12x16, shingle roof. The above improvements all go with ranch. Chit kens, pigeons, turkeys, ducks and house; 1 horse and mule, 1 cow, 2 turkeys, 13 ducks, 4 pair pigeons, loo chickens, l wagon, 1 hayrack, 2 plows, 1 mower, 1 V. harrow, 1 wind mill, 1 incubator, 1 telephone and pole, 1 2 horse hay rake, 4 tonrs wheat hay. Terms cash. MRS. II J. STRAIT, Owner. W. W. HCTCIIISO.V, Auctioneer. Fl'PLIC SALE Tuesday, Aug. 31. 1909 place 4 i miles east of riioenix and mile south of Tempe road. Com mencing at 10:. !0 a. m. we will sell the following described property: 45 head of cattle and horses, consisting of 1 tram horses weighing 2S00 lbs.; 1 good family horse, weight 1130 lbs.; 1 pair of good mares. 20 head of good milch cows, 7 heifers, fresh In 3 riioplhs; S yearling heifers, g heifer calves, 1 thoroughbred Holstein bull, I 1 V. S. cream separator, 6 ten-gallon milks can. 1 spring wagon. The above stock is Durham and Jersey. Terms given. Free lunch at noon. ROGERS ft'MrML'RTRT, Auctioneers. Pr. Bond, Owner. I' W. Ramage. Clerk. Al'CTION SALE Milk cows, turkeys and young stock, Monday, August 30. 1:30 o'clock at Five Points Corrall, Five Points. We will sell for the owner 40 head of turkeys, 20 milk cows, 1 Devon bull thoroughbred. 3 years old; a lot of calveg and heifers, 1 De Leva! sepal ator, 2 steel milk cans, 1 road cart, good as new; 1 work horse, 1 saddle and driving pony, 1 yearling colt. Bring any horses or farm im plements you want sold. ARIZONA Al'CTION AND D. CO. B. W. Getsinger. Auctioneer. W. G. Tolleson, Clerk. 1Z fANTS one month must be paid in advance. AUCTIONS I WILL offer for sale five bead of good work horses at the auction room. W. N. Hutchison, Auctioneer, 23 South First Avenue. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Freafc Galpln's. ammumuoH at FOR SALE citu DargalnB lm new and secondly"'' ;uns at Galpln's. FOR SALE Large haid rubber comb, the llda, reduced from $1 to 60c, at A. L. Boehmer's, corner Center and Washington Sts. FOR SALE: " VERDE PITCHES Now at all first class stores. Accept no substitute. Walter Hill Company, sole agents." t'OR SALE 12,00 shares of Little Butte or part at 15 cents. Address George Hodel, 543 S. Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal. $13,01 buys 160 acres Grand Ave., ad joining railroad and avenue. Might consider $S,000 for eighty. Address "Owner." care Republican. 1 Foil SALE Two water barrels in 1 good condition, $1.00 each. 519 N. j First Street f FOR SALE Empty packing boxes. barrels, and old newspapers at The P.crryhill Co. FOR SALE A choice lot of fresh heifers; also about 24 2-year-old heifers and 20 yearling heifers; also 2 choice milk cows. H. C. Thomas, t'n 01 Indian car one. FOR SALE Two nice young driving mares, both safe for lady to drive. H. C. Thomas, end of Indian car line. FOR SALE One of the best cattle ranges In territory. Inquire W. M. Gilbert, Mesa. Arizona. FOR SALE Elegant dark oak roll top desk, cost $123.00, good as new, price $85.00. Board of Trade. FOR SALE Nice small business, op posite the Coliseum, on 1st St See the owner. I. N. Lenoir, No. 122 N. 1st St. FOR S A LE Durham cow, just In. Kind, fresh and good milker. One half mile south on 7th St., and one half mile east at Henshaws. FOR SALE Runabout, horse and harness; price $33. Thomas, end of Indian car line. MILK goats for sale. 330 E. Taylor street. ALL kinds of chicken feed for sale at low prices at Harry Lukin's store, Tenipe. FOR" SALE 10x12 "tent, almost-as good as new, only used a short time. Will sell cheap. See R. A. Watkins. 21 E. Adams St. FOR SALE Bicycle, in good condi tion, at a bargain. ,16 N. Sixth st. FOR SALE New spring wagon, double harness, one good mule, cheap. Hi E. Washington. F R SALE An ice boxaiid-zinc-lined bathtub; good, cheap. 730 W. Pierce st. FOR SALE Good pony, harness -and light spring wagon cheap. 314 North Third ave. Ft rT S A LE 1 00 Bar Rock" Pullets "at TZ'.i E Pierce Street. FOR SALE Two cots, two heating stoves, cook stove., kitchen table, center table, chiffonier and sewing machine. 920 North Third Street. FOR SALE Young fresh cow cheap. J. H. Rlioade, four miles east on McDowell road. II K A L ESTATE FOR SALE FO RT YA C R E7 el f lm"p79Veo 1 1 ve roon; brick house, yard and shade trees; good fences and well; 3 miles f town; $200 an acre. Ad dress Rtt 121. 'Republican. F R s7LE- cVlngstoiie"Tca hesT jTwi Mini'iiiu, Alhambra. FOR S A LE A brick liousrirac count of leaving town. 1502 West Jerferson St. Will sell cheap. Please inquire on premises. DESIRABLE RESIDENCE LOTS"in Goldman's Addition may. be pur chased Viow 25 per cent cheaper than in two months. Buy now for either a home or speculation. Very easy terms. See Griffen, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 70 ACRES of fine garden soil close to the city for $6000. This Is a bar gain and is worth investigating. Greene & Griffin Real Estate & Investment JO., 127 N. Center St, $10,000 TO LOAN in part or all Greene & Griffin Real Estate & Investment Co., 127 N. Center St. FOR SALE 3-room brkk cottage on 1st Ave. Price $1,000. Good well of water, shade, barn, buggy shed. $200 cash, balance like rent. Lot, 86x137. Elliot Evans Co., 15 East Adams St. Watch Phoenix grow. FOR SALE Fine orange and alfalfa land. Francis Frazier, Scottsdale, Ai i7ona. FOR SALE New five-room bouse, modern, cement block, trimmed with red brick, wired for electricity, ce ment walks around the house into center city; can't be beaten; on small cash navmerta. 802 E. Van Buren st FOR SALE Good income or rest dence property, 737 Grand Ave., close to Five Points. Also one lot N.E. corner 13 and Washington Sts. For particulars call at 1300 W. Van Buren. FO R SALE Sixty acres cattle feed, plenty water and shade. J. C. Cof- felt, Glendale, Arizona. FOR SALE 20 acres of feed at a bar gain. J. W. Black, one mile south of Insane asylum. - WE HAVE a fine 40 acres we will cut up into two 20-acre tracts. A large bearing orchard of 4 acres. peaches, pears and plums now yielding good returns. Good house, well and all In alfalfa. See us about one of these twenties. Price reasonable. Greene & Griffin Real Estate & Investment Co-, 127 N. Center St. FOR SALE 20 acres less than ou mile from center of Glendale for $176 00 per acre. In cultivation and has regular water. D. W. Carlson. 1 1-2 miles north of Alhambra. FOR A QUICK SALE LIST WITH GREENE & GRIFFIN. IN GETTING YOU A HOME the problem is to "finance" the first small payment a matter of a few hundred dollars. If you can manage that, it's a straight, broad road afterward at the other end of which is YOUR HOME, "free and clear." After the first payment down, it's Just like paying rent, only there Is a limit to the number of payments you will have to make, after which the property is yours. If the problem does not seem easy to you, come in and let us talk It over. Don't let either of these go by: Fine 6 -room brick cottage, all modern and in fine condition; gas, electric light, etc. Also a good barn, lots of shade and shrubbery; located in a first-class section of the city, and for sale on reasonable terms. Price $3300.00 Nice 5-room brick cottage In first class condition; lots of shade and shrubbery, roses, etc. Take $300 down and the balance to suit the purchaser. Price $1700.00 YOl'R MONEY BACK IF ANY THING WE SELL YOU IS NOT AS WE REPRESENT IT. RENTING LOANS JEM. ESTATE &. I KVESTMLNT CL 26 N.IS ST. PHOENIX VALLEY LANDSs INSURANCE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 640 ACRES at $70 per acre can be sold in halves or quarters. 160 ACRES Can be sold fo $2000 down balance long time. Seller will buy back after four years at same price if purchaser desires. TWO 20-ACRE TRACTS, close In. A snap if taken at once. LOTS in all part of the town at the best prices. Also country property. It is our specialty to keep track of all snaps for the benefit of our cus tomets. Furnished and un'uiitlshed houses for rent. W. K. JAMES REALTY CO.. 37 N. Center St. THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST LOTS IN THE CITY ARE IN EAST EVERGREEN JLACE. FOR SALE ORANGE ORCHARD On account of declining 'health of the owner, I will sell 40 acres of best orange land in the vallev, close under Camel Back mountains; 20 acres in bearing' navel oranges, 5 acres in bearing lemons, 10 acres alfalfa, deciduous fruits; new ranch house of 6 rooms, bath; well, wind mill, tanks; house plumbed; large chicken yards, fenced; fine stable; everything in first-class shape; full water privileges. This proerty worth $1200 per acre; will sacrifice at less than two-thirds that figure. For particulars, see N. A. Mor ford, 4 W. Adams st. 6 ACRES. 8-room house; $(i,500; close in, northeast of city; large new house; all In alfalfa; fenced, etc. 10 Acres at $250 ier acre; close in. northwest of city; small house; all in alfalfa. 20 Acres orange land at $135 per acre, northwest of city. In the very best orange distrlcL 40 Acres at $125 per acre: east of Glendale, in the best Glendale Loess district; all under cultiva tion; some alfalfa; regular water. 40 acres at $130 per acre; five miles west of city; twenty acres in alfalfa, rest in grain. Large listing of city property. THE H. I. LATHAM CO., Real Estate, Loans, Insurance, Rentals 115 N. Center St., Phoenix, ArU. Offices: Phoenix, Glendale : Mesa. WE HAVE three good aIfa!faor "dairy ranches of 40, 47 and 80 acres close, in, near Christy road; terms $1000 and $3000 cash. WHY RENT? See GROOM & BARRETT, 37 North First Avenue. You pay better inter est than rent. FOR SALE 802 E. Van Buren 801 E. Polk st.-; new, modern, four rooms, cement blocks and brick house ;on nmnll pavment FOR SALE 140 acres ot firsi class pasture. Steve Hughes, Tempe. REAL ESTATE FOH SALE inlririnji BUNGALOW FOR SALE Four-room bungalow for sale, lot 50x137 to alley; city water In yard; 2 blocks from street car; never been occupied. Apply Chamberlain Lumber Co. GREENE & GRIFFIN REAL ESTATE & INVESTMENT CO., 127 N. CENTER ST. Safeguard your first Investment by buying a lot in a section having building restrictions. Let us help you to acquire a home that you will always be proud of. WE RECOMMEND THESE: 75x13714, east front, N. 5th ave., $750 75x137 Vi, east front, N. 6th ave., 750 70x190, East Evergreen 700 50x150, Mountain View 250 The above lots have cement walks, an J part cash will buy. GREENE & GRIFFIN REAL ESTATE A INVESTMENT CO., 127 N. CENTER ST. it FOR SALE Three-room brick cottage on First ave. Price $1000. Good well of water, shade, barn, buggy shed. $200 cash, balance like rent. Lot 86x137 ELLIOT EVANS CO., 15 E. Adams St. Ml fTrft "Watch Phoenix grow.' GREENE 6V GRIFFIN REAL ESTATE & INVESTMENT CO, 127 N. CENTER ST. $50Q. buys new modern 5-room brick. Price $3000. $25 down, balince $10 per month buys an east front lot on the Indian school car line, 52x279. Price $100. Building restriction. No taxes for two years. GREENE & GRIFFIN REAL ESTATE & INVESTMENT CO., 127 N. CENTER ST. MISCELLANEOUS. MRS. ELIZA A. RDWARDi Experi enced card reader. Sees past, pres ent and future. Ladles, 25c; gen tlemen, 50 centa. 223 Duchanan St., corner Third. COME TO US when you want a trunk roped and hauled. Only 25c. Al ways on time. Lightning Delivery and Storage Co. WANTED Five "or blx-room house. furnished or unfurnished, latter pre ferred, by small family; no sick; no children. Address P. O. Box 808. WANTED You to see our designs and prices In wall paper; the largest, as sortment in Arizona. Dorrls-Hey-man Furniture Co. WANTED To trade city lot for good work team. Call 623 S. Seventh Ave. WE PAY WAGES and teach electrical. plumbing or bricklaying trade In few months. Actual contract j-bs. Cata logue free. United.. Trade School Contracting Co., Loa Angeles Cal. ' WANTED To buy, pump jack In good condition; cheap. Address Box 89, R. F. D. No 2. APPEAL BICYCLES are the best on earth. Rider3 and mechanics know it. Reinforcement on every frame. Sundries supplies and expert re pairing. M. B. Buelna, 112 E Adams St., phone Black 8171. ' CHICKENS BOUGHT AND SOLD Delivered to any part of the city. Five Points Poultry Co,, 628 N. Tenth Ave. Phone Red 9832. J. T. George. DRESSMAKING PARLORS at 35 E. Washington, over Elvey & Hulett'c drug store. I AM PREPARED to dig cesspools, outlets, trenches, etc. No job too large. Call on or phone Louis Saunders, care Hoffman Cigar stand- BUY, sell or exchange stoves. 24 N. Jefferson. Phone Red 2071. Fl PASTURE Enquire at Bouvier's ranch, half a mile east and half a mile west of Eastlake park. CI III CK S"l 6c. Sl7i pped any w here, 2 7 varieties of thoroughbred chickens and eggs. Free circular. Ingleside Poultry Yards, 807 Mt. Vernon Ave., San Francisco. Cal. WANTED Part interest in cigar stand, with employment. Give full particulars. Must be cheap. T. B., Republica n. WANTED One thousand pounds of drv bone. Broadway Ranch. WE WILL commence, to hatch clucks on Sept. 1st. Send in your orders. Mrs. J. . C- Jackson, Phone Rural 181, one-half mile S. E. L. Park. WANTED A 20 and 40 acre tract, fairly well improved. Good shade. List with us, both city and ranch property, quick. Groom & Barrett, 37 North 1st Ave. WANTED Stock to pasture, one-half mile south of old deMit on 7th St. and one-half mile east at Henshaws. WANTED Second-hand clover cutter; must be in good repair. J. B., Republican. WE HAVE bu:ersf7r the following property: 5 SO acres good soil, improved or ntiimproved. 40 acres dairy farm, well located. 20 acres less than $175 per acre. Have improved 40 acres, price $S00, will trade for 200n house. List with G ROOM & BARRETT, 37 North First avenue. WANTED BY" YOUNG MAN IN PERFECT HEALTH, FURNISHED ROOM WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD; ACCESS TO BATH, OUT SIDE SLEEPING ACCOMMODA TIONS, PRIVATE FAMILY PRE FERRED, LOCATION CLOSE IN. ADDRESS "BUSINESS," CARE REPUBLICAN. WANTED COMPETENT PARTNER FOR REAL ESTATE, MINING, BROKERAGE AND SYNDICATE BUSINESS. HAVE EXCELLENT PROPOSITION WITH BOX J. S., REPUBLICAN. WANTED To buy 30 head of saddle and driving ponies. Star Stables, Adams street.. IF YOU want hauling of any kind done, call nn Red 8664. THE DYn, TTrEMOST COMPLETE LY FURNISHED ROOMS IN THE CITY, CORNER FIRST AND WASHINGTON STREETS. FOR KENT. FOR RENT Modern 6-room brick in best part of town; will be finished October 1; lease $35; also 7-room frame house, big barn, chicken yard, garden, etc, on north side; $20 month. Valley Realty. FOR RENT ncaum at the I-rtuicui. 27 E. Monroe, outdoor sleeping apartments. Summer rates. ' ' FOR RENT Bet guns at-Gatpin's FOR RENT New five-room bouse; bath, screen room, front and back porches; electric light, gas. Sell on on payments. 802-gO E. Van Buren St. , FOR RENT Rooms for light house keeping. Cheap for the rest of the summer. Also large room with screen Bleeping room connected. 629 West Adams St. FOR RENT Completely furnished restaurant adjoining, the new post- office. W. J. Kingsbury, Tempe. FOR RENT A very desirable tt-room flat new. Pleasantly located, cen tral. Inquire Dr. Hibbard, Monroe and Third Ave. FOR RENT Room with screen sleep ing room, and board in private fam ily: no sick accommodated. 820 S. Third Ave. PLEASANT FURNISHED rooms, screen room connected, largo yard. shade; modern board if desired, home cooking. Monroe and N. 3rd Ave., two blocks from center of city. FOR RENT Rooming-house to re sponsible party. Address II. W. B., Republican office. FOR RENT House, 120 S. Third ave. Inquire C. D. Dorris. FOR RENT Two or three rooms sfnd fcreen porch, .furnished or unfur nished, for housekeeping. 236 North Second ave. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping, with screen porch. 405 .w. Van Buren st. FOR RENT Four rooms completely furnished, electric light, gas, bath and toilet. 268 North First Avenue. FOR RENT Four-room house, cheap to right !eople. two blocks from Brill car. 819 East Portland Street. FOR RENT Two nice rooms for light housekeeping; modern conven iences. 1026 West Washington. FOR RENT Neat three-room brick with screen one block from car line and school, nine blocks from Center street. Owner, Box 562, city. FOR RENT Small office room cheap. Call 5 to 6 p. m. 39 S. Center St. SITUATIONS WANTED. WILL GO to your home ana new Dy the day. Prices reasonable. Call or address 316 B. Van Buren SL WANTED Position as housekeeper or nurse by experienced woman. Ad dress A. care of Republican. WANTED Call at Japanese club, moat reliable agency for help. 640 West Monroe st. Phone Red 4981. RANCHMAN' with several years ex perience in valley, in charge of orange, fruit and alfalfa ranch) wants similar position. Married and wife's a good cook. Address A. F. care Republican. WANTED I'osition as cook in small family, by colored lady. Address G. P., this office. WANTEI sonable. -Plain sewing prices rea 1016 E. Fillmore. WANTED I'osition as housekeeper, ranch preferred. Nora Morelock, Mesa, Ariz. STENtKiRAI'HER and office man wishes situation. Address Z. N., Republican. WANJ'EIi Position in office by lady of seven years experience. P. O. Box 312. WANTED General cleaning of any kind. Call or address William Ma bry. 225 South First Street, city. WANTED Position by experienced hardware clerk with references. R. B., 330 South First Avenue. HELP WANTED. MEN, LEARN BARBER TRADE 8hort time required; graduate earn $12 to $30 week. Moler Barber Col lege, Los Angeles. RAILWAY .MAIL CLERKS.TilyTar ricrs, postoffice clerks wanted. $800 to $1,600 yearly; steady work; an nual vacation. Government exami nations in Phoenix November 17. Free scholarships. Write Govern ment Civil Service Instructors, Dept. 370. Rochester, N. Y. WANTED Woman for housework and to care for woman and child. Address Box 31. Republican. WANTED First class real 'estate salesman on or about Sept.lst. Will give good contract to the right party. None but wide awake parties need apply. State full particulars as to qualifications, length of time in Phoenix, etc. Address Real Estate Salesman, care Republican. WANTED One first class mechanic who understands gas engines, mo torcycles, autos. Steady job. Ref erences required. Phoenix Cycle company. PLASTERERS WANTED at once. Joe Stamlage, Mesa, Ariz. W A NT ED Fi rst -class mil kel Thdnc Country Sfi. J. D. Smith. WANTE1 .Man to milk and work on ranch. Otto Green, 6 miles west on Buckeye road. W'ANTlCDMa n tn take charge of poultry yard: must understand hand ling live and dressed poultry. Ad dress P. O. Box SSI, Phoenix, Ariz. W A N T E D t ne first-class cook" at the Alhambra hotel. Mesa, at once. WANTED A girl for general house work. See McCormick at McNeil Company or call 920 West Washing ton Street. WANTED Girl frtr general house work, small family. Apply 1612 W. Washington Street. WANTED A first-class tinner for bench work and a plumber. Park Employment Agency, 46 North First Street. WANTED Boy to deliver newspapers and work about store. Opportunity to learn stationery business. Must have wheel and references. Berry hill's Big Book Store. G0LDAND SILVER REFINER AND SMELTER. F. A. SENNET, refiner, smelter as sayer. Cash for bullion. fuxes. ores, etc, 144 Wilson Bldg., Los Angeles. Oranp and Garden Lands 160 ACRES on, very easy terms, situated one and one-half miles from depot, 40 acres In alfalfa, drilled well of fine water and regular irrigating water. The entire 160 acres has been under cultivation this year. The price ut this land will double in a few years. It can be bought now at a bargain. COSTLEY 8c THOMPSON'S Real Estate Exchange ' 31 W. Adams St. WHERE TO BUY. ON YOUR WAY HOME atop MX the Midway saloon, whiskey and wine ' by the gallon, bonded goods a spec ialty, prices right John Eyrich. JUST RECEIVE DBARREL OF NO. 6 COLUMBIA RED TOP BATTER IES: THE BEST FOR AUTOS AND MOTORCYCLES. TRY THEM. PHOENIX CYCLE CO., MAIN ST. GO TO NEW WOOD YARD, 501 W. Washington St., for coal, charcoal, kindling, mesqulte, cedar and cot- tonwood, hay and grain. Delivered anywhere in city at right prices. Phone Red 9051. Hurst & Baden. CITY POULTRY Y A RD Wholesale and retail dealer in all kinds of poul try. Phono Red 8443. J3TA BLEA NDjCO KAL. THECONGRESS STAGE' meets all trains. A. P. Miltenberg, Proprietor. ON CALI7 HACKS ON CALL Golden Eagle Stable. Tel. Main 51. ' Busses, Ambulance. Livery. 1'OUR IloRSE needs clipping iiow. I do the work quick and good. En sign's Livery and Sale Stable. Cor. First and Adams Sts., Phone Main 96. HIGH 11 EADEDfJppdrivcrs. plenty of stylo and speed ; fashionable bug gies and surreys. Center Street Liv ery. 235 N. Center. A. E. Frank forter. Phone Main 31. PALO ALTO STABLES for swell hacks and 7 seaters, buggies and showy saddle horses, Stevens & Wiggins, phone Main 73. 4th Ave., between Adams and Waxhington. BOARDING AND ROOMING HOUSES. THE WOODFORD Summer rates are now on for board and room; outside sleeping apartments. 333 N. Second ave. WANTED Roomers and boarders. Also housekeeping rooms at S01 N. Fourth St. UNION HOTEL, U1S West Washing ton. Rooms 50 cents. THE MADISON HOUSE, 35 EAST MADISON ST.. PHOENIX. A BACHELOR'S HOTEL. PLEASANT' OFFICE; GOOD READING; CLEAN BEDS; FREE BATHS; COTS ON PORCH; SUMMER RATES. ONE, BLOCK N. E. DEPOT. - - 1 NICE COOL ROOMS, also outside sleeping apartments; no sick taken. The Moss, 401 West Washington St. FOR OPEN AIR SLEEPING, green lawn and shade, pleasant rooms and good table, come to the Ashland Place. 1133 E. Van Buren street LOST AND FOUND. LOST Money, by not buying sporting goods from Galpln's gun store. STRAYED OR STOLEN Black horse branded FF on right thigh. Bay horse branded same. Small yellow horse. Liberal reward. Lorn a Dana, Mcsa, Box 361. ' j LOST June 6 on road along Arizona . Canal, a black and brown checked coat containing imortant papers 1 of T. P. Brady. Liberal reward for return of papers to Mrs. G. R. Cop son, 922 North Second street. Bra dy since killed and papers of great importance to his widow. j LOST Oil can. part of the tail light of an automobile. Valley Flour ' Mills. JIONEV TO LOAN 1 MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES on improved city property or for . building, on easy terms of repay- j ment. E. E. Pascoe. 110 N. Center St., Phoenix, Arizona. ritOFESSlONAL- PATENT ATTORNEYS Patents, copyrights, trademarks, American and foreign. James R. Townsend, 430 Bradbury Bids., Ios Angeles. Cal. DR. v7SLOW ETVutori na riarT Of fice 17 N. 1st Ave. Office Phone Red 3031. Res. Phone County 44. HARJU'JTT E. MARKSrAttorney and Counsellor, orfice 401-402 Fleming bids.. Phoenix., Ariz. Patents se- J. W.'rtENSilAwTATtoriiey at Law General practice in all the court3. Office, 211 Fleming Bldg.. Phoenix. Ariz. DR. O. L. MA HONEY, having made diseases of the ye, ear anil throat a ipecialty for six teen years befo.w coming to phoenix, will now resume ihe practice of his former eelalty. Office at residence, 1106 West Washington St. Office hours from 8 to 11 a.m. and 2 to G p.m. DR. II. O. RAMSEY, veterinary sur geon and dentist. Office cor. 1st ave. and Jefferson st. Phone Black 9001. Residence 240 West Jeffer son st. Phono Red 8771. HI F.DRET 1 1 &. T HOM PSON Land Attorneys, land, mining and irriga tion law. Rooms 220-221, Fleming Bldg., Phoenix, Ariz. MASS AGE M rsT M. E7 M Uer. 72 Westmoreland place. Telephone Red 8Hi: LA DIES' TOI LET PARLOR lTalr dressing, shampooing, electric mas sage treatment. Shirley & Shirley, 39 E. Adams st. Phone Red 8072. KELTY COLLECTION AgTiNCY Fleming Building, Suite 401-402, Phoenix. Ariz. Phone Black 9811. San Francisco Veterinary College Catalog mailed free. Dr. Keane, ' 1818 Market St. ' A ' ''- -'rJl VETERINARY SCHOOLS. San itancl-co Veterinary College Catalog mailed tree. Dr. Ktane, 1818 Market St- SAN FRANCISCO VETERINARY COLLEGE. Catalog mailed free. Dr. Keane. 181S Market st. PAINTINO. PAINTER Here for good; here to Btay; 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. T1m Moss, 401 W. Washington. rhone Black 8392. REPAIRING. GUNS repaired at Galptn'a store. REPAIRING GUNS, LAWN MOW ERS, MOTORCYCLES, BICYCLE3: SCISSORS AND CUTLERY OF ALL KINDS SHARPENED. PHOENIX CYCLE CO. PHONE MAIN 84. R E PA I R I N G O U R P R I C ES COM" PARE THEM WITH OTHERS. MEN'S SHOES HALF SOLED, SEWED, $1.00 PER PAIR. LADIES SHOES HALF SOLED. SEWED, 65 CENTS PER PAIR. OTHER PRICES IN PROPORTION. PHONE SHOE HOSPITAL, 114 N. CENTER ST. OPPOSITE ADAMS HOTEL. $3,500 $3300 will buy three good brick dwell ing houses close in. Good neighbor hood. This price is $1000 less than the actual value of the property. If you want to make a buy that will make you money don't pas this up- W. M. Fickas 17 N. 1st Ave., Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. Fire Insurance Policies arc no better than waste paper, unless a rire occurs. THEN, they should be as GOOD AS GOLD. OURS ARE. L J. RICE & CO. 37 W. Adams St. Agents for German Alliance. " N. Y. Underwriters. in : 1 11 1' m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in ni i" You Should Take advantage of the present prices on the Ilomewood and Monte Vista five-acre lots, t They'll be higher in the t fall. Come in and let J us tell 3ou about them t and our easy liome makers' terms. Dwight B. Heard jj Center and Adams Sts. :: frM I1 ! I I 1 1 I H-1 1 1 1 H I l i i l l 1 FOR SALE I lot on East Wi'-xhington s-treet for Jli.-).(; ca-sy payments; J5.00 down and $5.00 per month takes it. 1 lot on East Van Bun n street for $22ri.mi; easy rayments; $5 00 down and iri.no per month. 1 lot on N. 14th avenue, $250; easy payments; J5.00 down in! J-'i.bO per inon'h. 1 lot in Capitol additinj for $20.im); good location, i-y pay ments: J5.00 down and $500 per month. FOR RENT 10-room double 2-story brick h iiise. arranged for two families, good loca tion, tor $25.00 per month. 5-rooin brick house, with bath, for $2.0it j.er month. . 4-room modern brick ouse with screen and bath rooms for $20.00 per ni'nth. 1 room portable hi-u-e for $3 00 pr month- WANTED I inve applications f"r several ;iii.;ll loans, good security. If you have money to loan at a good rate and on first-class security see me at once. B. G. PECKA Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. Phone Red 8993. 510-512 West Waimngttfn St " r