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IP YOU WANT WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT, HERE IT IS
THE AKIZO.NA REPUBLICAN, FUIDAV MOUSING, MAY 1 191 J
For Rent Furnished
Rooms
I'MR KKNT--Nkely furnished front
room, suitable for one or two, with or
without board, and all modern con
veniences. 5157 East -Monroe .St. Off
FlRXISHKl) ROOM private family,
no i-ick. 4S South 5th Ave. dn
BEAUTIFUL ROOMS with screen
sleeping rooms for men. 368 N. First
Ave.. tf
For Rent Housekeeping
Rooms
FOR RENT 1'urnished four-room
apartment. Call at rear of Woodford
Hotel. 3:11 X. 2nd Ave. dg
TWO HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
screened porch, no sick, close to trol
ley. H. 1411 E. Adams St. dg
AI'ARTM EXT Three rooms furn
ishod for light housekeeping, modern,
$20.00 per month, c. V. Morath, 8 W.
Adams. dd
l"OR REXT Apartment, very com
fortable, 3 rooms, furnished apartments,
with bath and large screened sleeping
porch; summer rates, at S23 W. Adams.
Phone MS. t
1 loUSEKEEPIXG ROOMS,modern. j
Nice shade. Phone 20S5. tf J
TWO
AO LARGE housekeeping rooms,!, . ,.
.,,, , . 'fresh or .siinngers. Call
ished. 216 N. 5th St. dk ,,
I Commercial Hotel.
turn
TWO MODERN HOUSEKEEP
ING ROOMS $1 rf.no per month, 220
X. 3rd Ave. ld
THE BLENIH-UM APARTMENTS
Completely furnished single and
doubo apartments strictly modern,
summer rates. Oil N". Central Ave.
Phone 12SS. tf
HARTMAN APARTMENTS, furn- I
ished and unfurnished, no sick. 605 N.
4th Ave. bg
TWO LARGE housekeeping rooms,
strictly inodern. 512 E. Monroe. Phone
2019. tf
SEVERAL nice furnished apart
ments in new house, 1229 East Ad
orns St. Phone 8071 or call 1227
East Adams St. tf
COMFORTABLY furnished house-
Veeninir rooms' flnca in '117 TCnrth
.. . , . , ....
.first ave.; phone 11S3. tf
ROOMS for light housekeeping, and
also furnished rooms. 506 East Adams. I
FOR RENT Housekeeping apart
ment. Inquire 650 N. 6 Ave. tf
STACY HOTEL
Furnished housekeeping apartments,
also rooms with tub or shower bath,
hot water always; also cots. South
west cor. 2nd Ave. and Jefferson St.
Phone 1337. 1-dn
FURNISHED and
unfurnished
apartments. 376 N. 4th Av.
tf
For Rent Tnds
FOR RENT Fifteen acres for sum
mer crop, close in. Inquire Room 20,
Donorrio Bldg. 11 W. Adams. dd
RING 414 for reliable messenger
service. tf
For Rent Store and Offices
RING 414 for reliable messenger
service. U
SPLENDID BUSINESS LOCATION,
307 North Center, near canal.
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you ean.
Wanted Situations Male
WANTED A man to bud
trees. Riverside Nursery.
fruit
do
POSITION by milker or will con
sider share proposition. W. A. ('off
man, Mesa Ariz. Ranch. R. F. D. dm
RING 414 for reliable messenger
aervice. tf
JAPANESE CLUB Most reliable
agency for any help. Especial cooks
and waiters. 214 S. 4th Ave. Phone
638. . tf
Phone 1183 For
EXPERT OFFICE HELP
McCausland Business Exchange
Room 319-20 Fleming Eldg. tf
Wanted Situation, Female
YOUNG HEALTHY German woman
wants washing and house cleanipg.
Mrs. M. Lehman, S20 North Second St.
LADY With 8-year-old girl, wants
h.,.wnr 1311W Polk
position
St.
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A CITTLF OP XHki
COtP i0P" MfCHT
CtTT A FCW POItJTEHS
Wanted Situation, Female!
V A X TK D Clia m her work
1501 V.. Van Huron .St.
lady.
dk !
Edna 11. Wilson
General Stenographic Work
11 West Adams Street, 'phone 1384
tf
Wanted Miscellaneous
1 Leig lb
(SUED
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WANTED
Holstein milk cows.
on S. W. M.
tig
WANTED Alfalfa hay: one car
per week of first classe 11)14 crop
alfalfa; also 100 tons alfalfa, suit
able for fefling steers. State where
can be seen and best price
. P.. 1
Phoenix. Address "Hay," (are Re
publican, dg
FAMILY OF THREE would like a
house to care for through summer
for rent. Box 5070 Republican. dd
$25.00 EACH for names of prospec
tive builders. Address P. O. Box 231.
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I EXCURSION to Granite Reef, J20.00.
pnoenix uarage, pnone bin. tr i
iORW REGIST ERED POLAND J
china sows in small or large lots. Ad-
dress R. V. Blackmore, R. fi. Box r,l.
'Phoenix
tf !
WANTED All Kinds ot carpenter
!, ,.: ,, vhi
Th ' t,--.,
Prichard. phone 8648. tf
RING 414 for reliable messenger
service. tf
WANTED Man and wife will take
care of your home this summer or will
keep house for widow or bachelor for a
home and small wages; we are healthy
Americans, both 34 years old and wife
is splendid cook. Address Box 5179
Republican. dg
WANT MONEY Have $2000 equity
in close-in city property worth $4500,
will give deed or first mortgage for
security, $30 per month payments are I
being made with 8 per cent interest
annually. Address A. H. T. care Re- j
publican. tf i
WANT A RANCH to keep chickens, !
5 or 10 acres, rather have alfalfa in j
nart of it. a. few miles bv Phoenix
lov.n. .rtuuress i . si. ai. care v uuior-
. .
nia Rest. Phoenix, City. um
wivi rr ,.- -ZZl
aiejl xtj suiijve juur uew
awnings; repair the old ones; do i
vour UDholstering. refinishlnz and
Cist MeipMn
repair work. Dorris-Heyman Furnl- proved real estate at loweat ratea. E. ! , UNDERTAKERS-Moore ft McClel
ture Co. tf:i x xr.h o.,- ) lan la3y assistant, auto hears. 129
! Wanted Help Male
WANTED Boy to work in grocery
Store. Central Ave. Grocery. dg
j WANTED Representatives to sell
i nttr ,'imrMnteerl Ireeu in Arizona Most
! liberal terms to right parties. Write
i .,,.. ,,.: r.... ,..
6""R ...-..v". vio"
sejy Co.. Orenco. Ore. 6-bg
YOUNG MAN
work for board.
Republican.
wishes place to
Address Box 31X8
fig!
GOOD BARBER wanted; extra for
Saturday or steady; no Sunday work.
37 North Second st. dg
GOOD OPPORTUNITY lor cloth
ing salesman; salary and commission
tf right party; references necessary:
out of town canvassing. Reply to
Box "Salesman," c'o Republican, dg
WANTED Two hand-made brick
moulders and one brick-setter, out of
city. Arizona Employment Co.,
Phono 1304.
tf
A FIRST CLASS SALESMAN
to
represent me in Arizona; must have
best of references; my lines are arti-
k ! ficial flowers and decorations and dis-
i piay-tixtures.
Address ICarl Sterl, 310
S. Los Angeles street, Los Angeles,1
I Col. , dd
VALUE'
" how
Wanted Help Male
w
T II R REPUBLIC N
WANTS SEVERAL GOOD
CARRIERS, EASY,
SHORT, WORK IN THE
EARLY MORXI X O
HOURS, GOOD PAT. CAN
USE CARRIER WITH
HORSE. COME EARLY
FOR THE BEST ROUTE.
APPLY CIRCULATION
DEPARTMENT THE
ARIZONA REPUBLICAN.
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WANTED Experienced milker,
$45.00 and board. Bicknell Dairy, 'i
mile X. of Five Points. dm
Phone 1183 for
Public Stenographers
Multigraph Job Work
Mailing Lists
McCausland Business Exchange
319-20 Fleming Building. tf
At Your Service and Awake
Phoenix (Live Wire) Emp. Agency.
No. 37 South Central Ave.
Phone 702. tf
HUSTLING man under 50 years
wanted each locality. To introduce
our New Memberships. Ejtfier spare
full time; $50 to
j"omonthly.
Experience unnecessary. Address
The I. L. U. 2026, Covington, Ky. dg
! Wanted Help Female
1 -
WANTED Girl for light housework,
small pay but good home. Write P. P.
1 lark, Box 3. Maricopa, Ariz. dk
WANTED A girl between IS and 25
years of ago as nurse for 10-montlis-old
child in Jerome, Ariz., $25.00 per
month, room and board. Arizona Em
ployment Co. phone 1304. tf
WAX TED Woman to " do "house
work, competent service required, wag
es $30.00 per month. Phone or address
Wm. Walton, Palo Verde. ti
Wanted Help Male and
Female
MAN AND WIFE on ranch, no chil
dren, $50.00 and board, house to live in
furnished; this is a permanent place
for right parties. Call Arizona Em
ployment (.',)., Phone 1304.
lf
WANTED Man and wife who un
derstand ranching. Address George
Schomick, Gilbert, Ariz. dg
PHOTOGRAPHER wanted; good
live man or woman to canvass house
to house; city and country; $2.00 per
day and expenses. G. Decon. Gen.
Dei., Mesa, Ariz. tf
Money to Loan
MONEY If you have money to loan,
j have a good place for it. If you want
money let your wants be known.
Prompt attention to loans. Wm M.
Costley. 17 X. 1st Ave. tf
MOSET TO I.OAK-SP. Um. .bnnt
; - - -
15 East Adams.
i momi-v t iI
'
MONEY Tt) LOAN, on improved
ranch land. Phoenix Savings Bank &
dd
Trust Co.
$20,000 TO LOAN in amounts to suit j
i on improved city or ranch property,
I No delav. E. A Marshall. Lewis Bldg.
(
I 5 W. Adams. tf
! ' : : :
(;KT the MONET $10 to $100 on
i ynllr pian0f rurnlture, horses, cows, etc.
j confidential, no delay. Mutual Loan
I Co., 5 Lewis Bldg. Phone 1396. tf
WiVTR-n T.i l,rrr,.r 1 A 11 1 hfl tnr 5
years on income business property,
value $25,000. Box 1847 Republican. tf
MONEY To LOAN on first class
ranch property.
PHONE 1584
PRINCE & TUTTLE
14 W. ADAMS ST. tf
Stables and Corrals
POR THE BEST IN LIVERY AND
i boarding, Phone 1136.
THE WALKER STABLES
COR CENTER AND VAN BUREN '
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CARPET CLEANERS
iwwkwwwwwwwwwwwwwwi
CARPETS CLEANED Telephone
733. Electric Carpet Cleaners.
tf
PETEY Asking
CwAPTre 1 ' The
OF PATlCWCE To
To cowtroc Your.
J
Lost and Found
LOST Gentleman's Elgin gold
watch, size 16, case No. 1714Sti4 at
Buckeye.
Ariz.
Cm. E. Niemeyer, Buekeyt
dk
$50.00 REWARD I will pay $50.00 re-
ward for the arrest ot par y who stole
my automobde from near the . Is," M
lurch " "ns nml "itched It
LOST (iold watch fob with gold
seal with letter "I" inscribed on it; re
turn to Federal Bldg, Surveyor Gen
eral's office.
dk
Forxn-A bunch of kevs, owne?
may have same by describing them and
paying for this ad. Republican office.
dg
PARTY BORROWING Mrs.
ley's harness, please return;
questions asked. Eleventh st.
McDowell Road.
Ut-
no
and
dJ
LOST Two gray horses; rope
around neck; no brand. Phone 1703.
dd
STRAYED Sorrell mare, white
face, no brand, four years old, weight
about S50 pounds. Phone 8288. tf
REWARD
$200 DOLLARS
For return of leather card case contain-
ing 2 rings to this office.
Republican tf
LOST-Black leather handbag con-
taining $10 in gold and silver, with oth
1 er articles,
Reward. Return to Re-
PUU1KMU.
STRAYED One brown horse,
branded on Jaw. white stripe in face,
weight about 750 pounds. Phone 828S. !
tf
STRAYED to my place, 19th Ave.
and Buckeye road, a buckskin pony
mare, no brand. Frank E. McCrary.
Phone 2S53. dk
Business Chances
WANTED Live man wiih auto to
join me in real estate business; will
furnish office. Box 5077 Republican.
FOR SALE Grocery store doing
good business, owner wants to retire,
must have at least $1500 dollars. Ad
dress M. E. L. Republican. tf
FOR SALE To close an estate,
store, lodging house and saloon, post
office, on one of main thoroughfares
Yavapai county; doing good business
j all lines; fine location for man and I
wire. For particulars address P. O. Box
653. Prescott, Arizona. tf
Personals
WILL JAMES A. JOHNSTONE
PLEASE COMMUNICATE WITH
MOOSE JAW, IMPORTANT NEWS.
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REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO.
35 East Adams: Overland 70. tf
Undertaking and Embalming
EASTERLIXG & WHITNEY Un-
dertakers and Embalmera. 213 West
i . . . , , , i.
Washington St, Phoenix, Arizona, tf
I
iiuxriN, umLU & 41AUB-Un-
dertakers, Embalmera and Funeral Dl
rectors, 311 N. 1st Ave. tf
tf , West Adams St.. Phone (01.
iraat A Ham- CI ...... f HI
Li
j Special Notices
$10 REWARD for the arrest and
conviction of anyone stealing the Ari
zona Republican from the front yards
of any of our subscribers.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN.
Professional and Business
Cards
C. P. LEE successor to Lee and
Plunkett 3011 National Bank of Ari
zona Building, Accounting, Auditing,
Systematizing. AV" i 1 1 open and close
Books of Account and make up
Analytical Statements and reports, tf
HOTEL REST Carters Sanatorium,
Tucson, Ariz. Low rates and high
(liiality service all rooms have large
screen porches, nurses service free.
6-p
DR. W. S. LOWE, veterinarian, 10 N.
2 Avenue, residence 1019 Grand Avenue.
Phone 1506. tf
CHIROPODIST, corns removed, 50 I open for the summer season for tuber
cents each; bunions, moles, warts, etc., j culosis June 1st. Reasonable rates. 51.S
removed by electricity. 39 East Adams, I miles east of town, mile south.
Frank Shirley. Phone 1704. tf Thone 1SJ5. C. H. Miiirap. Mgr. 7-ud
for Patience Is Going Too Far
Chapter or - iack.
OF SCLF COUTROt
-DA MAC E7D PLANIMG-
''The. vAcur of keePiwo
Cool wwder ail .
CfPC UM ST AH CZ SjJ
CORSET1ER
THEY ARE HERE TO STAY, the
Barclay custom made corset, comfort,
.style and fit guaranteed. Victoria Al
berts, 604 X. 1st St. Phone 2875. 6-bg
I fitted according to the individual
. Comfortable, hy-
: Helen JenninKS,
, Washington; phone S689. tf
GASOLINE ENGINES
I ELECTRIC MOTORS for Bale. Elec-
i tric motor Installation, and repair
!wrk: P"0" enginea and pumping
i plants. Electrical Engineering & Con
struction Co., Power Specialist. Phone
478. 314 W. Washington St. tt
1 -
DRESSMAKERS
FA S 1 1 ION A RLE DRESSMAKING.
Flume S261. tf
HAND LAUNDRY
I SANITARY HAND LAUNDRY,
! rough dry, 35c; each bundle washed
. aeparately. 70 N. 1st St Phone 27.
i "
I
l.wlvy-
j VELVET ICE CREAM, specials for
I churches, schools and parties. Factory
,, ,rl Dhone 17 Sani
! '-has. tf
j rrzzz:
PAINTER8 AND DECORATORS
! GET OUR PRICES
ON 14x20 OVAL FRAMES with con
vex glass. Real attractive. Phone
LONG'S PAINT HOUSE
37 N. 1st AVE. PHONE 1550. tf
PUBLIC ACCOUNT
C. P. Lee, Successor to Lee AL
I'lunkett, 309 National Bank of Ari
zona Building, Accounting, Auditing,
Systematizing. Will open and Close
Books of Account and make up Analy
tical statements and reports. tf
PASTURES FOR RENT
WANTED Horses to pasture,
smooth wire, well water, shade. Cbns.
R. Barnes, Grand Canal and Ave. 17.
Phone 118R3. tf
SHEEP PASTURE Quarter section,
cheap. Phone 8198. tf
WANTED Horses to pasture,
smooth wire, well water, shade. Chas.
R. Barnes, Grand Ave. and Ave. 17.
Phone 11SR3. tf
SHOE REPAIRING
A. W. SANDAGE SHOE SHOP has
moved from 116 X. Center St., to 24
Broadway, directly behind Kresses
store. By permission of the manager
of Kresses those who desire can go
through the rear door of the store.
6-bb
THE PHOENIX SHOE HOSPITAL
is now located in its old quarters, 116
North Center, where I will be pleased
to meet 11 myold customers. E. John
son, if
Transfer and Storage
Let Your Move Be Cur Move Cham
bers Transfer Co. 5 team wagons, 2
auto trucks. 37 S. Center. Phone 1228.
Lightning Delivery Co.
Pioneer Transfer Co.
ANY KIND OF HAULING
"Quick as a Flash"
42 South Central Ave.
Phones 594 and 1126
A. A. Betts, V. P.
tf
VETERINARY SURGEON
DR. J. A. AMBROSY. graduate from
the German army and U. S. Veterinary
College. Calls attended day and night.
Phone 1092. 719 Grand Ave. tf
RING 414 for reliable messenger
aervice. tf
Announcements
THE THOENIX REST HOME Has
changed management will be known as
i the ARIZONA HEALTH RESORT, will
PATlENCC,
PATIENCE
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AUTO TIME TABLE
FIKE'S AUTO STAGE LINE
Phoenix-Tempe-Mesn -Chandler
eave Phoenix Leave Mesa
7.00 a. m. 7.00 a. m.
8.00 " 8.00 "
9.00 " 9.00 "
10.00 " 10.00 "
11.00 " 11.00 "
12.00 " 12.00 "
1.00 p. m. 1.00 p. m.
2.00 " 2.00 "
3.00 " 3.00 '
4.00 ' 4.00 '
5.00 " 5.00 "
6.00 ' 6.00 "
7.00 " 7.00 "
9.00 " 8.00 "
10.30 " 9.00 "
Mesa-Chandler Division
Leave Mesa
Leave Chandler
8.00 a. m. 7.30 a. m.
10.00 " 9.30 "
12.00 " 11.30 "
2.00 p. m. 1.30 p. m.
4.00 " 3.30 "
6.00 " 5.30 "
Fike's Auto Livery Phone 414
tf
AUTOS TO HIRE
THE BEST Auto service at your
command. Meet all trains. Parties
to all points of Interest. Lowest pos
sible rates. Phone 1288. Baum's
Billiard Parlors. K-bb
CLEANING AND PRESSING
MEN'S SUITS CLEANED AND
PRESSED, $1.00; PANTS CLEANED
AND PRESSED, 50c; WORK GUAR
ANTEED. WE CALL FOR AND DE
LIVER. PHONE 1194. GREAT
WESTERN TAILORING CO. 337 E.
WASHINGTON ST. t
ONE DOLLAR TO CLEAN and
press gents' clothes by practical all-
i round tailor. 116 N. Center St tf
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S' gar
ments of every character and descrip
tion perfectly renovated at Service
Cleaning Works. We guarantee our
work, we guarantee the price. Service
Cleaning Works, 225 West Adams St.,
Phone 1768. d
Phoenix, Arizona, May 19, 1914.
Bids will be received at the office of
the City Clerk of the City of Phoenix.
Arizona, until 2 o'clock p. m., June 1,
1914, for 1000 feet of rubber-lined, dou
ble jacket, cotton fire hose; 21" inches
in diameter in ?,0-feet lengths, weigh
ing not more than 60 pounds per
length: each length to be fitted with
couplings, as per sample furnished.
All hose must be guaranteed to
last three years and stand a pressure
of 300 pounds to the square inch.
Each bid must be accompanied by a
certified check in amount of $100.00
made pavahle to the City of Phoenix.
W. A. PARISH,
City Manager.
ORDINANCE NO. 3
An Ordinance Requiring Owners and
Occupants of Buildings, Grounds
and Premises Within the City to
Remove Therefrom and from the
Sidewalks Adjacent Thereto Dirt.
Debris, Rubbish, Garbage, Weeds
and Brush, and to Keep the Same
Free and Clear Therefrom:' and
Providing a Penalty for Failure,
Neglect or Refusal So To Do: and
Providing That. Upon the Failure,
Neglect or Refusal So To Do, the
City Manager May Cause the Re
moval or Destruction Thereof, at
the Exepense of Such Owner or
Occupant, and That the Expense
of Such Removal or Destruction
Shall Bo a Tax Lien Upon the
Buildings, Grounds and Premises.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COM
MISSION OF THE CITY OF PHOE
NIX, as follows:
Section 1. That all persons owning
Grape Fruit and Orange Grove
FOR SALE
We have something particularly interesting in land
planted to Grape Fruit or Oranges in 5 to 40-acre
tracts, to suit purchasers. Prices right. Near car
line. . jTzmLEZS
ETERNAL
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of occupying any buildings, grounds
or premises within the limits of the
City of Phoenix are hereby required
to remove therefrom all dirt, debris,
rubbish, garbage, weeds and brush,
and from all side-walks adjacent
thereto; and are hereby required to
keep and maintain the same free
and clear of all dirt, debris, rubbish,
garbage, weeds and brush.
Section 2. Should any such owner
or occupant of any buildings.
grounds or premises within the city
fail, neglect or refuse to forthwith
remove from the said buildings,
grounds or premises, or from the
sidewalks adjacent thereto, any dirt,
debris, rubbish, garbage, weeds or
brush; or should any such owner or
occupant f:ul to keep and maintain
any such building, grounds or prem
ises, or any sidewalk adjacent there
to, free and clear of any dirt, de
bris, rubbish, garbage, weeds or
brush, then the City Manager is
hereby authorized and directed to
remove or destroy, or to cause to be
be removed or destroyed, any and all
such dirt, debris, rubbish, garbage,
weeds and brush, at the expense of
such owner or occupant; and tho
said City Manager is hereby directed
to forthwith prepare a verified state
ment and account of al lthe ex
penses incurred in or occasioned by
or incident to such removal and de
struction, or either of them, and to
tile such verified statement and ac
count with the City Assessor and
ex-officio City Collector.
Section 3. All such expenses In
curred in connection with, or inci
dent to, such removal and destruc
tion, or either of them, and as fixed
and determined by said verified
itemized statement and account filed
with the Cty Assessor and ex-offlcio
City Collector, is hereby declared to
be and is hereby made and fixed
a3 a tax lien upon such buildings,
grounds and premises; and shall lie
: charged and assessed upon and
I against the said buildings, grounds
i and premises, and shall be collected
! at the same time and in the same
manner as other city taxes are col
lected.
Sec. 4. Any owner or occupant of
any buildings, grounds or premises
within the city who shall fail, neglect
or refuse to remove from any such
j buildings, grounds or premises own
! ed or occupied by him, or from the
I sidewalks adjacent thereto, any dirt,
'debris, rubbish, garbage, weeds or
! brush, or who shall fail, neglect or
i refuse to keep and maintain the
, same or any of them free and clear
iof any and all dirt, debris, rubbish,
garbage, weeds or brush, shall also
be guilty of a misdemeanor, and
j upon conviction thereof shall be pun
, ished by a fine of not less than five
i 5)nor more than fifty (50) dollars,
. or by imprisonment in the city Jail
j for a term not exceeding thirty (30)
'days, or by both such fine and im
, prisonment.
j Sec. 5. All ordinances and parts
of ordinances in conflict herewith nre
, hereby repealed.
I This ordinance shall take effect
land be in force on and after thirty
j (30) days from and after its passage
; and approval bv. the Mayor and Its
publication.
Passed by the Commission of the
City of Phoenix, April 22, 1914.
Approved April 22, 1914.
GEO V. YOUNG,
Attest: Mavor.
FRANK THOMAS.
C.-ty Cler
D. D. HORNING
For Sale Lands in small or large
acreage: also city propertv.
INSURANCE AND LOANS
RENTALS, COLLECTIONS
Office 411 West Monroe St
Corner Fourth Ave. Phoenix
Phoenix Trust Co.
16 West Adams Street

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