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?AGE NINE Moline Adriance Mower J. one-piece tubular mam frame light and strong, in sures perfect alignment of shafts and mesh ot gears. 2. Axle and main shaft of cold rolled steel which gives treater strength and lighter draft. 3. Cranlt ahaft bearings are, of solid bronze composition. Thia is the best material on the market. It lasts longest and gives best service. Specially placed roller bearings on axle reduce draft and wear. 4. Pawls end ratchets insure cutting power with slightest forward move of Wheels always In view of the driver. Easily disengaged, leav ing only the driving wheels in motion. 5. Gears firmly kytd to tile least possible, danger of breakage. 8. Coupling frame hinges In exact alignment with crank shaft, both ver tically and horizontally. Gives case of motion and flexibility with least possible weight on cutter bar. N 7. Five-inch face wheels give the greatest amount of traction. . I. Cutting parts extra, itrong fitted to produce perfect shear at every ?dge. . Knife head guide fitted with adjustable and removable hard steel wearing plates. ' 1. Alignment bar brings the cutter bars into perfect line and protects '.he pitman. II. Pitman rod seasoned hickory with drop forged steel connections. 12. Bar carrying spring places weight not necessary to hold bar down ipon the wheels where it is available for power. I J. Spring draft produces more uniform and lighter average draft. M. Forward acting foot lever easy to operate. 13. levers all easily reached insure safety of driver. 16. Tilting lever in easy reach of the driver and guards can be raised r lowered instantly by slight rock of finger bar. 17. Folding bar safety and convenience in transportation insured as iar folds directly over pole. GOLDMAN IMPLEMENT CO. 128-148 ST. FIRST AVE. Wanted Miscellaneous ; Lost and round WANTED Ford touring car in good LOST A package of letters yester- condition: must be Phone 7R4. bargain for cash. MODERN five-room house. Give full particulars, terms, etc. Address En gineers' Casnp, Avondale, Ariz. 4d WANTED To lease email furnished house for the Bummer. Rent must be reasonable; no sick; no children. Pox 1391 Republican. 41 WANTED 75 colonies of bees in good condition at a reasonable price. Pox 13X7 Republican. 4k Wanted Help Male WANTED A good bench man. Ap ply at the Barker Bak'ery, 131 North First Ave. k day. Reward for return. Phone O. C. Ludwig, Jr.. Attorney. FOUND A woman's hat in hat bag. Owner may have same by applying at the Republican office and paying for this ad. g CAME-To Mf plHCe March 3'J, 13 head of Jersey cattle, heifers and steers, branded "D" oh right hip. Fred Swanson, Seventh street and Palm Lane. g FOUND Automobile casing with de mountable rim, west of Beardsley. Phone E. H. Porter. k CARPENTER 3431. WANTED Phone n WANTED Experienced ranch hand; single man. good wages. B. F. Hill, 5 fiiles west on Christy Road. Phone 85J5. k WANTED Helper in automobile re pair shop. Hassayfcmpa Creamery, k For Rent Furnished Rooms LARGE FRONT ROOM, xtreet. Gentleman only. ill X. 2nd Wanted Situation, Male FOR carpenter work. Fhone 3002. W. A. Kirkwood, strictly reliable, d KOU RENT Nicely furnished front room adjoining capitol grounds. Phone 17S rt FOR RENT Furnished room. 1121 Fsst Taylor. a TRUCK DRIVER, chauffeur, ex perlenced in mountain and desert driving; age 34; desires position; best of references. Phone 172S. E. A. Dflnner. d DANDY FURNISHED KCREEN room for rent. 430 W. Jefferson. g FOR RENT Modern front room; gentleman, employed. 902 X. 3rd St. 4d FURNISHED ROOM for rent. Phone 4713. . d For Rent Housekeeping Rooms FURNISHED ROOM with kitchen tte, suitable for one. Phone 2395 after :S0 p. in. g TWO LIGHT housekeeping rooms. 337 North Fourth avenue. g HOUSEKEEPING rooms with large screen bedroom, newly furnished and clean. Near all car lines; close in; ndults only; no siclt. Call mornings. Phone 27!7. It TWO 1111 W. ROOMS Adams. and screen Phnn SS27. porch. R FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms close in. Key at 22 No. Second etreet. g HOUSEKEEPING ROO.M. dren. Phone 8158. X'o chil. ONE-HALF HOUSE. 1059 West Taylor, 3 rooms, bath and screen room, completely furnished. Perfectly rlean: no sick. k THREE nicely furnished rooms, in eluding screen room. Gas and lights paid; no sick and no children. S03 No. Third street. k FOR RENT Furnished housekeep ing rooms. 210 K. Morelnnd. d FURNISHED housekeeping rooms. !34 W. Monroe. 4g TWO LIGHT housekeeping 337 North Fourth avenue. rooms 8t THREE housekeeping rooms. Cool shade, shower bath. $15 monthly. 912 ;rBnd Ave. tf TWO UNFURNISHED housekeeping tooms for rent. Thone 73S. Call at 92 E. Van F.urcn St. Store. g HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. S20 West Vnn F.nrn. g AN ACCOUNTANT, competent to take charge of an office and full set of books, 13 years bank bookkeeper, wants a position; will go anywhere; am from Tennessee, age 42; have Al references. Address (Alone) Mark Ar rowsmith, 533 Ares Ave., Los Angeles, ( nlifnrnln. K WANTED At 1 Wall St.. first class barber; steady position. $20 per week guaranteed. g WANTED A young man for work In our collection department. Per manent position. Boy must be a hustler, healthy, and Willing worker. Apply at office of The Arizona Republican. k WANTED Boy, to work in office. Underwood Typewriter Co., 140 West Adams. t WANTED Man to handle this ter ritory for building material; can make $10,000 per year. Must have $1,000 cash capital. Address W. H. Quimby, 3:!7 S. Hill St., Los Angeles, Cal. 1 WANTED Good, steady, single man ror ranch. 5 cows to milk. Phone 205.73. - k WANTED Boy over 16. to work at Wood's Candy Kitchen, 144 E. Wash ington St. d LOST Tire, rim and cover, 34x4, be tween Castle Hot Springs Junction and Phoenix, Finder notify Thone S191. Reward. k Auto Time Tabid i m hjiji ninu irnpri rrri i Anrsr 'ifir ri irmnn CADILLAC "8" SERVICE GLOBE-MIAMI Via ROOSEVELT Leave Globe-Miami 8:30 a. m. daily. Leave Phoenix 8:30 a. m. daily. SUPERIOR-RAV Leave Phoenix 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Leave Superior 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Leave Ray at 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. ' 42 South Central Phone 1465 tf LOST Blue serge coat between Camel Back road ana Orange road. $5 reward. Return to Arizona Repub lican, k STRAYED Large red Durham milch cow. H over two bars left hip, lazy y left rib. Last seen in Mesa. Reward. S.'j. Clifford, Higlcy, Ari zona. 4m STRAVED to the Palo Alto Stables, one bay, two-year-old mare, weighing about 1100 lbs. tf STOLEN Buick big six touring car. Slate license No. 17426. Engine No. 8082. Solid black, name plate missing, two inch strap over hood, headlight lens missing. Notify J. L. Reif, 112 E. Roosevelt St. Phone 3466 or 4478. tf STRAYED FR.O.U ranch on Indian school road a small brown pony weight about 900. white spot on fore head, clipped mane and. tail. Phone 1R4. - tf EXPERIENCED MAN to take charge of pool hall in mining town. Splendid opportunity for right party. Apply at once. 2S R Ceptral Ave. Up-stairs. d WANTED First class Carpenter, also one mill hand; what can you make with machines? Phoenix planing Mill. b INVESTIGATE THIS Wanted, a live solicitor to solicit for an estab lished local business concern. See Mr. Emery. 431 North Center. 1 CAPABLE OFFICE MAN, book keeper and credit man desires position; would leave city. Phone 1456 or call at 521 North Central Ave. gb AMERICAN wants job as watchman. ,T. E. R., Phon el 939J 4k HELLO! This is your time for houso cleaning and chimney cleaning, Kaisomine and waxing tloors. Phone 4144, G. H. Haywood. tf WANTED A good barber at Five Points. b FOR EXCHAXGE Choice of five automobiles for carpenter and brick work outside city limits. Orr and Mil ler Co., 34S E. Washington St., Phoe nix. Arizona, 4-b LOST 5 head of horses. One bay saddle mare, 990 pounds, brand t. C. on left flank. One gray, 1050 lbs., brand J. F. on left flank, leaning bar H on top of hip. One coming 2-year-old blue gray, brand A. Y. on left shoulder. One blue colt coming one year, no brand. One black, two year old colt, broke, with shoes on hind feet. $25 reward for return to my place. C. A. Tell, Chandler. One mile south of Gilbert, and one-half mile west. tf Business Chances FIKE'S AUTO STAGE LINE Phoenix-Tempe-Mesa-Chandler Cars leave Phoenix and Mesa every 30 minutes from 7 a. m. until 6 p. m. and thereafter as follows: Leave Phoenix Leave Mesa 7:00p.m. . 6:30p.m. 8:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Leaves Tempe about 30 minutes after leaving Phoenix. Leaves Tempe about 30 minutes after leaving Mesa. Mesa-Chandler Division Leave Mesa Ieave Chandler 8:00a.m. 8:30a.m. 10:00 a. pi. 11:00 a.m. 12:00a.m. 1:00p.m. 2:00p.m. 3:00pm. 4:00p.m. 5:00p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Fike's Livery: Phone 4414; 110 North Central It Scale Repairing WHEN THE INSPECTOR SATS, "I will have to condemn this scale," then send for J. Nelson Ohnaman. Phone 712. 215 fc- Adams. tt TURKISH BATHS TURKISH BATH. $1.00. Shower bath. 23 cents; for men and women. 137 K. Central. Phone 42l5. tf Transfer and Storage CHAMBERS TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. Any kind of hauling. Fir proof storage. Phone 1282 or 3526. tf Undertaking & Embalming New Location. 134 West Adam. MOOK s McLELLaN Funeral director and embatmtrs. I2 West Adams St-t Phone Ml. ti Veterinary Awnings AWNING AND CAMPING SEASON now on. We make everything known that will fool the rain and sun. Phoe nix Tent and Awning Co., corner First and Monroe Sis.; Phone 1411. tf Auto Painting HIGH GRADE AUTO4 PAINTING: best material and workmanship, idi W. Washington. tt Blue Prints BLUE PRINTS, negatives, white prints, brown line prints, map mount ing. Phoenix Blue Print Co., Balke tf DR. J, C. McGRATH, veterinarian. Office (04 W. Van Buren. Phone 4211, tt DR. H. E. GERDE3. Veterinary Burgeon and Dentist. Phone 1452; 30 North First Ave. if Economy, Efficiency and Comfort In your kitchen is assured when you have a PER FECTiOX or PURITAN oil stove We carry full line. All adjustments or repairs (except new parts) free for one year. Wilky - Wartman Oil Co. 145 W. Jefferson St. Phone 1887 Vulcanizing TIRE HOSPITAL OF PHOENIX. Vulcanizing and welding dons promptly and guaranteed. Out-of-town work solicited. Arizona Vulcanizing Works, 207 West Washington. Phone 82t. tf Welding and Brazing WELDING Oxy-aCetylere welding; carbon re moving; body and fenders straight ened; general repair wOrki washing and storage. Work guaranteed. Polk Street Garage, Leon Jones, Mgr. 14 East Polk. Phone 153S. tf FOR. SALE Rooming house of 13 rooms, close in. Clearing $lau pevu montn. uooa lease, i.uu casn. A snap. Good transient house. Alwafvs full. Allen. Davie Realty Co., 126 N. Central Ave. It Corsetiere SPIRELLA CORSETS Mrs. Kuhl wilm. Phone 1738. Miss Nora, Smith. 2Q3R11. R. F. P. 2. tf MRS. C. L. HOW, NuBune Cof etiere. 214 North Third Ave.; phone 26X6 tf MAN AND WIFE want, work on ranch; wife will cook. 1418 E. Adams. 1 WANTED 1st class auto repair me. chanlc. Howard Garage. 41 PHOENIX EMPLOYMENT BU REAU. 117 S. 1st St.. Phone 1775. tf YOUNG MARRIED MAN, exper ienced, machinist helper, can handle car or truck; good at gas engines and a good conscientious worker. Box 1371 Republican. 4-1 JAPANESE CLUB Most reliable agency for any help, especially cooks and waiters. 213 South Fourth Ave. Phone 3038. tf EMPLOYET.8 Do you want help? Arizona Cbm'l Service, 418 N. B. of A. Phone 1023. tf WANTED Position as truck driver. Toe Eslnrt. Phone S1PR4. - 4d Wanted Situation, Female LIVE WIRE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY ALL KINDS HELP WANTED 3 CACTUS WAT PHONE 693 SALESMAN in all parts of Arizona, to sell non-electric fans. Must have auto, and references. If you can't make $100 per week on a strong proposition, don't investigate. See dis play ad on page 2. Call or address R. E. Vail, 30 North First Avenue, Phoenix. AHrona distributor. 4n Wanted Help, Female FOR SALE Best pool room irf heart Of Flagstaff, paying better than $-0 a day gross now. Will more than thrible during spring and summer months. Has 6 new B. 13. C. pool tables, 8 new high arm chairs, 6 new upholstered settes, 6 large (mirror center) cue homers, 73 cues, ana other tixtures, be side" 4 slot machines, card tables, extra chairs, cigar cas. wall candy case 8x7 feet. Heating stove with fuel. Player piano if wanted, (not included), swell bar fixtures with building also three drawer cash register. In new brick building. Fupll glass front. Low rent and electric lights. Stock on hand in cluded. Total $2100. Terms $1200 down, balance $100 per month. Illness cause of selling. Wire or write II. L., Box 1066, Flagstaff. g Carpenters and Builders CARPENTRY AND PAINTING done reasonable. Phone 8158. p ANYONE desiring a location for cat tle or goats can learn what I have by writing me at Wickenburg, Ariz. R. C. AVelch. It Chiropodist CHIROPODY Bunions, corns, cal louses removed; painless and blood less; 50c each; moles, warts, etc, re moved by electricity. 29-31 East Ad ams St.;, Frank Shirley: phone 1704. tf BE READY MEN Carpet Cleaning NOW IS THE TIME to have your carpets cleaned. The Electric Carpet Cleanprs. Phone 733. Jf Chiropractic LAUNDRY business for rent. Horse I and wagon for sale. Corner 7th street and Van Buren. T. W. Elliott. g DR. E. E. HELFRICH, licensed chi ropractor. 218 W. Wash. Phono 4603. . . tf WANTED Experienced cashier, also to take telephone orders; night work. Box 1383. k WANTED To do washing and iron ing by day. Mrs. Edna Smith, Phone 1("39. 80c per hour and carfare. k WANTED Washing or 1100 E. Portland. housework. 1 COLORED GIRL wants day work. Phone 8062. 1 16-YEAR OLD girl wants light housesework; no washing. 162 East Washington ft. g HOUSEKEEPERS Cook. Phone 4154. position. Good n WANTED Position as practical nurse. Phone 1303. d For Rent Land STENOGRAPHER - Bookkeeper wants position. Phone 2889. k YOUNG LADY WANTED Fay Way Butter Store. 6 West Washington St. PARASOLS at balf-price by having old frames recovered. Phone 1295 or Box 1411 Republican. J. L. McNire. k WANTED Experienced binding girl. McNeil Printing Co. k WANTED A neat, reliable girl to assist with housework. 317 West Portland. 1 GOOD, NEAT white girl for upstairs work and to assist with care of baby. One who can go home nights, preferred. Mrs. L. H. Roaher. 720 E. McDowell. It UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS made to order, recovered and repaired. .1. L. McNirn, Phone ,12!j. 4d Wanted Miscellaneous FOR RENT 19 arrs plowed and rpepared for cotton planting; near good town. to acrs in Tuma cotton last year. Can be stubbed. HOLMES-WOOTON RANCH CO. 7 N. Centrsl Avo. tf For Rent Pasture WANTED Cattle to pasture. Clifford. HiglPy, Arlzomi. S. J. 4 m FEED FOR SALE 110 acres alfalfa, I feet high, woven wire fence, 5 ml. eouthwpst of Phaenlx. Can be sold in 20 or 40 acrx tracts. Fhone 28R3. Ed. W. Pntlee, Ms. 4d SCREEN TORCH room wanted; per manent; $2 a week. Box 1416, Repub lican. g AN 8x10 WALL TENT and double folding cot. Call II, A. Greenland. Phone 3010. g WOULD LIKE room in private and modern home. If you have sick peo ple do not reply. Address J. C. L. Re publican fl WANTED Small 3 or 4 room fur nished house with screen sleeping porch. Will take year's lease. Box mi Republican, tf For Rent Miscellaneous FOR RENT 21 head of first -class Holstein cows. V. C. Dawes. 1'hone :::. k NATURE'S CAMP HeallhseeKei s hnuld breathe Thymondol gas, made hr. Tel. "7. 4hr WANTED TO RENT Five or six room, furnished house or apartment. Will make year's lease. Address 1282 Republican. 3t Wanted Real Estate WANT TO RUT One to five acres, lose In, without improvements: must hi resionable and good terms. Box 2524 Republican. tf WANT 80 to 200 acre dairy ranch on shares. D. B R. 1. Box 77, 41 WANTED TO BUV-u to 80 acres for a home. At least half must be in alfalfa. Would like some improvements and good water right. Address R. A. B., care Kepublioan, giving description. prl and trmm tf WANTED We have two customers waiting for house and one to five acres small cash payments. One party has good Dodge touring Car to trade in with some cash. We also have customers for city property. List your property -tor rent or sale with us. Phone 1842. BELLAMY HASKELL 121 North Second Av-. It A. L. MARSH Is in charge of the East Side 2nd hand store, joining Shoup's lumber yard. I solicit my friend's trade. My reputation for fair dealing Is unimpeachable. I have, a fine stock of goods, and no dealer shall un dersell me. I want to buy your goods. I don't care what it is. My stock is im mense and consists of every saleable article known. Just bought five coun ters, shelves, doors, windows, etc. They are good. Phone 1327. tf COMPETENT woman work, 1414 West Adams. for house Phone 3469. g FOR SALE tOne of the best lunch rooms in Phoenix. Must sell on ac count of draft. Inquire 302 No. Central Ave. m A BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY for sale or rent; an 18x40 building, fitted up completely for restaurant. Also large kitchen and store room in con nection. Can be altered for other bus iness. If interested address Jose Ilio, P. O. Box 235. Ray. Ariz. tf FOR SALE By owner, stock and lease on soda fountain, cigars, candy, three pool tables, two billiard tables, two bowling alleys, clearing fifteen dollars per day. Six hundred buys same. Only alley in town. See owner at Suhwaro Club, Chandler, Arizona. G. D. GLAUS, D. C. Graduate P. C. 33 E. Wash.. Phone 1461. Dressmaking DRESSMAKING For prices phone 4bm CHILDREN'S SEWING a specialty. Phone 2777. 4g Electrical Treatments LOAN MEN HE Beginning April 6, the United States government will float its third Liberty loan issue. All over tho United States the sale of these bonds will be urged. Men whose brows are furrowed with lines of business strife and tumult, are putting aside their personal burdens, to take up your burden, the burden Of this hatton and the world. When these men and women ask you to subscribe to Liberty bonds, go down into your pocket, or reach for your check book, and lend your government every cent you can find at your com mand, and then some more lend Until it hurt. These men and women who will call upon you are Vefy busy people. They have no time to argue. You know what they Want. Have it ready for tnem wnen they call, for thev will have an almost endless number of visits to make in the time prescribed. mere is absolutely no argument on your side. Just get ready to meet the person who will seek your subscrip tion. Watch the papers daily, and full information will be Within your leach. No questions will be necessary there fore no answers. Time is limited. The Germans are not going to wait until you get ready to lick them. They are going t6 licit you first if they ean. Its Up to you. o MANICURING, chiropody, facial and scalp massages, electrical treatments at your home. Hair manufacturing. Mail order solicited. Beatrice. 129 W. Adams. Phone 4734. 4bg Fuel and Feed f WANTED Girl to work at Wood's Candy Kitchen, 144 E, Washington St. d WANTED Lady apprentice at Eranch's Studio, W. Washing ton. - d WANTED Girl cashier; must han dle typewriter. American Kitchen, Mesa. Phone 302. tf WANTED Experienced dressmaker In dressmaking shop. Phone 2972, WAITRESS WANTED at Majestic Lunchroom 22 East Washington St. 2t C. I. EDWARDS. An interview is wanted by C. I. Crockett, at Bonner Hotel, Fifth street and Washington, phone 193. d MERCANTILE BUSINESS, Soutn ern Arisona; on railroad; 3 hours from Tucson; all cash trade from farming, cattle, mining and tourists; no competition; long established; good'futuref money maker; postoffice in store. No expenses, no soliciting, i delivery or night trade. About $5001). Easy terms. Closing partnership. Ad dress "Owner" 1725 West Madison St., Phoenix. Ariz. k CALL UP PHONE 177 for prompt delivery of wood, ccal, hay and grain. Five Points Wood and Coal Yard. tf FOR SALE Bakery With lunch counter, in booming town of Casa Grande. Best location on Main street; flourishing business. Only bakery In town. Leaving because of wife's ill health. Cheap If sold at once. Apply Berlin Bakery, Casa Grande, Arizona. . . 4d Personals WANTED THOROUGHLY EX PERIENCED ALTERATION HELP. MUST HAVE WORK ROOM EX PERIENCE. NO OTHERS NEED APPLY. BEFORE i A. M, SWEIT ZER'S STYLE SHOP. tf PHOENIX EMPLOYMENT BU REAU. 117 S. 1st St., Phone 1775. tf WANTED Woman for house work and cooking. Inqulr 926 ast WiU letla. tl Wajited Help, Male and Female ' WANTED to buy 100 sacks. Planing Mill. 502 8, 1st Ave. Phoenix . ... K SELL YOUR FURNITURE and household goods to us. We pay more than others. Home Furniture Co., 605 K Wnshlngton St, Phone 1925. - tf WANTED lirniahed , rooms for light housekeeping, or will take care of furnished house for summer. Republi can 4114. tf Wanted Situation, Male WANTED General office work with chance of advancement, by neat young man; experienced, capable and ener-t-etle. P. O. Box 1333. k WANTED Position as foreman or superintendent ot orange grove; ex perienced in orange industry, Box 1431 Republican. k WANTED Position by young man ff energy and character. My past ex. t rience, grocery clerk, classified ad vdilslng salesman, automobile sales man, new and used. Am tt loyal hard worker. Address Box 1417, care Re publican. " in WANTED We want to repair, or thoroughly overhaul, your typewriter. Quite often a new I'Qbbef cylinder, a good cleaning and a new ribbon makes an old machino uo first class work. All work done by a factory mechanic and guaranteed to be satisfactory. Phone 670 and our mechanic will call and submit you an estimate. Remington Typewriter Company, 35 East Adams St.. Phoenix, Ariz. tf "WE PAY full value for household goods. Wa buy everything. We also do repair work. Remodeling Furniture House. 39 So. First Ave. Phone 147. tf WANTED A competent office man or woman for temporary work. Arizona Egyptian Cotton Co. ' tf Money to Loan TO LOAN Five hundred dollars. A. W. Galpin &- Co., 33 North First avenue. , k MONEY 'tO LOAN Unlimited funds to loan on im proved Salt River Valley ranch lands and income business property. DWtQftT B. HEARD Real Estate Insurance Loan Center and Adams tf REFINED lady, 37 years old, strang er in the city, would like to meet gen tleman about same age. Box 1412, Re pn.hH cm, , g Announcements MRS. ETTA SCANLON has opened a fashionable dressmaking and de signing parlor at 2u3 E. Monros, phone 8S13. m Special Notices SEE G. A. Hollowel), Int. Corresp. School, 17 N. 1st Ave. Phone 603. tf TRY OUR NOONDAY LUNCH, 25 cents. Quick: service, Busy Drug Ste r. tf Auto Time Table Graduate Nurses wxxw.oo. r GRADUATE NURSE, phone Res. 1243 East Monroe Street. (417. 4f Hair Dressing HAIR GOODS, Chiropody, tonlo shampoo with soft water lemon rinse, 50c; ladies manicure, 50cl 27 N. Cea tral. Phone 2704. Room 208, tf Kenneli PHOENIX AIRDALE KElfNELS Registered Airedales at stud, young stock for sale. Dogs boarded, phone 8033. 1040 E. McDowell. tf Lawn Mowers Sharpened Lawn mowers sharpened, called for and delivered, $1.00. Phoenix Cycle Co, ins K. Arinms. Phone 1717. tf Maternity Hospitals FREDERICKSON SANATORIUM open fur medical and maternity cases, operating room in connection. Grad uate nurses in attendance. 123S East Filmore. Phone 1263. tf Machine Shops Local Produce Market I r A shipment of white winter pear mam apples was received yesterday. These apples have been very scarce on the local market the past few weeks. Eggs took another drop in price again yesterday. Dealers are now paying 35 cents per dosen. A large shipment of fresh Vege tables was received and will be on the local retail market this morning. Dealers Are Paying Ranch Eggs Turkeys, pound Kaffir corn .... Eggs Butter Sugar, 10 lbs Flour, 24-lb. sack.. Apples, 2 to 4 lbs.. PHOENIX MACHINE SHOP, 32 No. 2nd St. Phone 667 All Kinds of Machine Work tf ,1 SCOTTSDALE STAGE $1.06 round trip; 50c one way. Leave Scottsdale 8:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., ar rives Scottsdale 12 m. and 6 p.m.: leaves Phoenix (Owl Drug Co., First Ave. and Adams) 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.; leaves Ingleside 9 a.m. and 1:15 p.m., arrives Ingleside 11:45 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. Baggage and express daily ex cept Sunday. Special trip Saturday nights, leaves Scottsdale 1 p.m.. leaves Phoenix 11 p.m. Mrs. Bradley, Prop, tf WANTED Two good ceiling fans. Phone 8070. k WANTED Taylor wants your goods. He gets the prices, he tells ev ery Saturday. It you want to sell at private sale, call him. He will com quickly and outbid anyone. Phono 1917, , it W ANTE D - Empty grain sacks. Phoenix Feed & Seed Co. tf HEADQUARTERS for sheep ar.d all kinds of stock salt. Get our prices. Phoenix Peed & Feed Co. tf CARPENTER work wanted by day ir ioh. Hower. Phone 2001, 4d WANTED Plowing work for two nun nilli teams. Phone 1164. g HIGHEST PRICES PAID Tor hides, Junk old cars to wreck. Iron, Chicago l"nk Co.. Phone 17S2. tf WANT TO BUY four or five teams of mules, weight from 1150 to 1250 lbs, each. 5 to 9 years old, sound and in good flesh. At 512 West Washington St. 4d "MONEY TO LOAN In $5000 lots at 7 per cent; smaller loans at lowest rates. E. E. Pascoe, 302 North Cen tral Ave. tf MONEY for cattle loans, both dairy and feeder stock. L. Galland at Val W Bank. tf WS HaV'e money to loan in va rious amounts at lowest rates. HERBERT S. PRINCE CO. 14 West Adams St. tf LOANS Easy to get on furniture, pianos, automobiles, livestock, etc., up to $150. Easy repayment plan, reasonable rates, courteous treatment, confidential. Mutual Loan Co., 1500 Grand Avenue, Phone 1396. Office hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. tf Lost and Found at JONES-KITTLE STAGE LINE Ray, Superior and Phoenix Phoenix Leaves Adams Hotel 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily. Ray Leaves Ray Con. Hotel 7:30, 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily. OFFICE 116 NORTH CENTRAL AVE. PHONE 1075 brooks stage line phoenix-tolleson avondale-cottn camps Stages leave 112 East Washington St. at 9 a. m., 2 p. ni. and 4 p. m. Telephone 4127 . tf LOST Two-year-old bay mare colt, bald faced. Roy Ladbetter. Reward. Glendale. R. 1. " r STRAYED From ranch 3 miles east of Glendale, one white mule and one buckskin mule. Both Nipped. Notify Fhone 23S5. k PHOENIX-GLENDALE AUTO STAGE t Stations: Phoenix Berryhlll's Corner Glendale E. J. Fiock's Stage Run Every Half Hour Leaves Glendale Leave Phoenix 7:30 a. m. 8:30 a, m. 6:00 p. m. 6:00 p. m. , to to Night Service. Leave Phoenix 9:00 p. m.,' 10:00 p. m. Phone Olendsle 23 tf Public Accountant PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Financial statement and tax reports compiled. Bookkeeping system in stalled. C A. P. Brown, P. O. Box 1021, Phoenix. Public Stenographer PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Miss Houghton, 408 Fleming block Phone 1789. tf Patent Agency HAZARD tt MILLER (OS Central fcldg.; Sixth Main. Let Angeles. . Hazard's Book on Patents Free. U Photographers RUSSEL'S STUDIO , Fine Portraits; Kodak Finishing East Washington hotH 1MT Sewing Mashines Sweet potatoes, 3 lbs.. Lemons, dozen ...... Oranges, box Oranges, doBeh Lemons, box Grape fruit, box Grape fruit, 3 for .... Bunch vegetables, 2 fo Cabbage 0: Red cabbage, lb,... Turnips, bunch ... Celery, bunch Lettuce, per head . . ury unions, iu,w... Potatoes, 9 lbs for. String Beans, lb, .20 Tomatoes, lb 10 Egg plant, lb 25 Bananas, lb, ......... Almonds, lb. Walnuts Cauliflower, 2 lbs. ... Cucumbers, t .h .... Pineapples, round . . . Brussels sprouts, lb.. Salsify, 2 bunches.,.. Parsnips, 3 lbs Seed potatoes, cwt. . . Tangerines, 3 lbs. for. Potatoes, cwt. Chestnuts, lb. Rhubarb, 2 lbs. CocoanUts, each Peanuts, lb Green Peas, lb From To .35 $... .55 .24 .35 .18 . 2.50 .2.75 ,2s - .30 3.00 3.15 ... 3.00 ... 28.00 32.00 Prices . .40 .35 ... .55 .64 . 1.00 1.65 .25 2.25 3.00 . .16 .25 .35 . 5.25 .6.75 .40 .60 . 6.00 6.50 , 3.50 3.75 . .25 P .05 . -05 . .10 . .10 . .10 .15 . .05 . .05 .25 .11 .10 .30 .30 .25 .25 .20 .25 .15 .25 3,75 .25 2.40 .30 .25 .15. .30 .10 Pumpkin, lb. . -. 04 Brazil huts. lb. Hubbard srash, lb.. Dried sweet corn, lb.. Filberts, lb Eastern .popcorn Artichokes, each Strawberries, box ... Watercress, bunch New potatoes, lb...., Asparagus, lb. ...... .:; .06 .25 . .30 .20 .10 .20 .05 12'S .30 PROPOSAL FOR TEXTBOOKS Sealed proposals for textbooks for the common schools of Arizona for a period of five years and for a period of from ono to five years will be re ceived at the office of the State De partment of Education until 12 o'clock noon, April 4. 1918. and will be opened immediately thereafter. Proposals must be directed to C. O. Case, Secretary ot the State Board of Education, and may be endorsed, "Proposals for textbooks." A certified check for $300.00 must ac company each bid. Bids are invited for textbooks to cover the subjects of Music. Home Economics, Elementary Agriculture, eighth grade Physiology, sixth grade History, and seventh and eighth grade civics. Samplo copies of books bid tipon must bo filed with the State Depart- , ment of Education ocfore bids are opened. Successful bidders will be required to enter into contracts and Rive bonds In sufficient amounts to idemnify the State in case of any delinquency. Bids must state a wholesale intro ductory and exchange price on books OLlL'ieu aim Kit uiuuia iuuoi buuiiuu bids under each of the following con ditions of delivery: (a) A bid, naming price per book, delivered, freight prepaid to any rail road station in Arizona as directed by properly authorized state officials and consigned to County School Superin tendents, shipments to be in units of not less than 100 pounds. (b) A bid same as (a), F. O. B. Phoenix. (c) A bid same ns (a), F. O. B. pub lisher's shipping points. (d) A bid per book F. O. B. cars at a central depot. Chicago. Eooks to be packed and labelled as ordered by properly authorized State officials. The Eoard reserves the right to re ject any or all bids or parts of bids. Signed) C. O. CASE. ' Secretary, State Board of Education. First publication March . Last publication April 3. o ' NOTICE OF ELECTION OF SALT RIVER VALLEY WATER USERS' ASSOCIATION Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Articles of Incorpora tion and of the By-laws of the Salt River Valley Water Users' Association, and In pursuance thereof, an election by the qualified electors of said Asso ciation will be held on Tuesday, April second (2nd) 1913, from S o'clock A. M. of said day to 5 o'clock P. M. of said day of the Various polling places to be hereafter designated by resolution of the Board of Governors of said Associ ation for the election cf the following officers of said Association, that is to say: A President and Vice-President for the term of two years. One member of tho Council in each ot the ten council districts into which the reservoir district is divided, for the term of three years. One member of the Council In the Fifth District to fill an unexpired term of one year. One member of the Council in the Fifth District to fill an unexpired term of two years. One member of the Council In the Sixth District to fill an unexpired term of one year. One n;em'ber of the Council in the Ninth District to fill an unexpired terra Of two years. One member of the Board ot Gover nors from eacb of the said ten Council districts. Also for the ratification or rejection Of the proposal: Shall the shareholders Of this association be assessed $5.00 per acre, payable in five annual install ments, for the purpose of constructing the Verde Dam and Reservoir, upoa the following conditions: (1) That the United States of America and the "dry lands" within tha boundaries of the Prject contribute the balance of the funds necessary to con struct such dam and reservoir, such balance to be not less than the amount contributed by the Association lands. (2) That the Association recommend In consideration of the money contrib uted by them that the United States of America for the benefit of Indian x Lands and the owners of dry lands be granted permanent water rights under the Project, when the dam is com pleted for Thirty Thousand acres. (d) unat such dry lands and Indian Lands, upon being granted such water rights, be required to pay the full grad uate!" installments for construction charge paid by lands now under the Project, less such amounts as have been paid by or for them for the con struction of the Verde Dam and reservoir. (4) That no assessments be levied for the purpose herein Etated until the money from the United States of America, and the owners of the dry lands is assured. The said terms of said several offi cers to begin on 'the first Monday la May, 1918. S The said President and Vice-Presl- dent to be elected by the electors of the reservoir district. s Members of the Council and of the Board of Governors are to be elected by the electors of the reservoir district who ar- qualified to vote in the several council districts, respectively, for mem bers of the council and of the Board of Governors. The proposal for the levy of an as sessment to be voted on by the electors of the reservoir district. CHA8. A. VAN tER VEER, Secretary Salt Rivsr Valley Water Users" Association. First publication March 2. 1318. .15 Do not wait till tomorrow phone that WANT AD. to The Republican and dispose of. or get what you want. NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE Co., H. F. Poole, Mgr., 331 W. Wash. Tel. 1249. All kinds eewlngmachlnes rented. 4t?s Eestaurant early morning stage to Tempe and Mesa; leaves Arizona Re publican every day at 4:30 a. m. Phone, 8106. W. .1. Rose. tf AMERICAN KITCHEN Ebort Orders All Night 25 North Center Bt - TEE SINO. Proo.. 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