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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1919
PAGE ELEVEN ATTENTION! I MINE OWNERS, RANCHERS USE OUR GASOIL for economical power, suitable for tractors, pumping plants and stationary engines. This is power and lubricating oil headquarters. Oil and water wagons for sale. WILKY-WARTFVIAN OIL CO. j Wanted Situation Female ! POSITION" ajs office girl, best rcfer j ences. Tcrmanent. Box SSH Republi- ! cm. tf POSITION in office, capable and willing for hard work. Prefer clerical, little typing. Permanent. Box 89H Re publican. tf PLAIN SEWING, neatly done. 324 W. Jefferson, bs WANTED LONG-HAND WRIT ING op ant Kind. 12. s. ninth AVE., MRS. H. STEWART. n Phone 18S7 145 West Jefferson St. For Sale or Exchange COMMERCIAL truck body and Edi ffon phonograph to trade for trailer and tent. Cor. l.nurel and Polk Sts. p ACCOUNT weak lungs Liltle. sold mine, consisting of general store, cot ion gin and blacksmith shop: nearest town 12 milesf thickly settled com munity; trade for close Arizona prop erty. K. ):. Clevenger, Seminole, Okla., Route A. bk For Rent Housekeeping Rooms LADY GRADUATE NURSE to share npartment. 311 K. Fillmore r WILL DO laundry work at home, reasonable. 315 W. Buchanan. bd Wanted Help, Male WANTED Boy, for regular job at R. A. Watkins Printing Co., Noll Bldg. BRADMAiN'S Employment Bureau. AH kinds of help furnished on short notice. 121 S. First St. Phone 4933. tf MATTRESS MAKER Apply Man ager Dorris-Heyman Furniture Co. p BOY to learn mattress making. Ap ply Manager Dorris-Heyman Furni ture Co. P UPHOLSTERER Apply Manager Dorris-Heyman Furniture Co. p EXPERIENCED bank stenograpner desires position; now employed.' Box 79-H. Republican. n WANTED Position as stenogra pher and typist by competent young lady. Box 74-H, Republican. n 4" ACRES in yuecn Creek wash, for ;ie or trade for cattle, H. C. Hall, i 'handler. Arizona. bk 1 'OK SALE OR TRADE For cattle, voik horses and mules. C. T. Hirst, N. Central Ave. Phone ;::,. r For Rent Houses FOR RENT One acre of ground with three room house, large sleeping room upstairs. Good barn. J. W. Mar nn. -1st street and .liirkson n For Rent Furnished , Houses - ROOMS partly furnished, modern home, rent given in exchange for board ot 1" year old boy: boy sleen's home. Apply afternoon. 311 E. Fillmore. r HOUSEKEEPING room for single person for vent. 322 W. Madison, house in rear. p CARPENTER WORK WANTED, day or job. Repairing a specialty. Phone 2037. n COOK wants position in mining camp or on ranch; experienced. Room 64 Kersting Hotel. n WILL DO laundry work at home, reasonable. SI 5 W. Buchanan. ck THREE unfurnished housekeeping rooms with bath. 606 N. Ninth St. p FURNISHED housekeeping rooms. 243 Xnrtn 5th St. bs For Rent Land FOR RENT Choice 55 acres with "A" water, 6 room, modern house, pump, tank, etc. $40 per acre. $1200 to be paid cash, balance when crop is mnrje. B. W. Gctsinger. 16 E. Adams. z 10 ACRES cotton land, house and well, good soil and water. $30 per acre. Thomas Realty Co., 114 W. Adams St. FOR RENT Half 1226 E. Monroe. furnished house, r FoR RENT Fine four rooms, bath, and sleeping porch, furnished, large yard. 943 E. Monroe. r TWO SMALL COTTAGES on car Jine with gas and electric Itghts; no rhiidren taken. 1401 E. Wash. HALF a house, four looms, modern, furnished, on car line; no sick or chil dren under 12 years. 1502 E. Wash ington St. n FOR RENT FURNISHED finely 4 furnished cottages, everything new. all conveniences of the city, with pleasure of living in the country. Running wat er, hot and cold. 20 acres of woods, children's play grounds; stage passes the place every half hour. Telephone 22R3, ten to twelve mornings and we will call for you free of charge and vhow you the houses. Morley's Country Mtib. n W A N T ED Experienced man to farm an SO to alfalfa and corn on share basis. Mnst furnish teams and imple ments and finance himself. Feeding proposition. See McAdams. 30 N. First avenue. d FOR DEMI 1 14 acres of exceptionally fine cotton land for cash rent, very reasonable terms. 65 acres of cotton that cap be stubbed. 20 acres alfalfa, balance in barley that can be plowed up for a cot ton crop. Class "A" water, fair house, good well and corral. This ranch only three and one-half miles from Phoenix on paved road. E. J. BENNITT & CO. 16-18 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, Ariz. r POSITION IN FAMILY AS TUTOR; BEST REFERENCES. COLLEGE GRADUATE. NO OBJECTION IN LEAVING CITY. PERMANENT. BOX 50W REPUBLICAN. dr WOMAN Wishes to do laundry in her home. Phone "291. 2-p Wanted To Rent WniM ft Lens From owner, on shares, about 100 acres, 2D to 50 good cows. Will farm part to suit. Must be first class and well equipped Owner furnish every thing. Prefer long lease. Have ampl(. and experienced force. W. E. CAPERTON Box 442. Phnenix tf MARRIED MAN to work oa ranch. J. Stanley Howard. n YOUNG- MKN, 16 and over, are eligible for government Railway Mail clerks, $92 month. For free particulars regarding examinations, write Ray mond Terry, (former Civil Service Examiner,) 504 Continental Building. Washington. r Business Chances For SALE BY OWNER The most prifitable and best located family hotel iu Prescott. This hotel is located in the very center of the city and is beauti fully furnished. There is ample room on the lot for any additional building that would be desired The rooms are full the year round. Terms absolutely cash, as owner is leaving the city, hav ing important business interests out of the state. This is a money maker, and invites investigation. Address Mrs. C. B. Linn, Linn Hotel, Prescott, Arizon, bm A YOUNG man to distribute cards. See Prof. Masters, the clairvoyant, after 10 a. m. Occidental Hotel 130 N. Central avenue. bs WANTED A first class mill nana to work on machine and bench. Phoe nix Planing Mill. . tf BRADMAN'S Employment Bureau. All kinds of help furnished on short notice. 121 S. First St. Phone 498$. WANTED Young man stenogra pher with experience. One who will honestly make himself valuable to large and old established business house. Splendid opportunity to right man. Salary good. P. O. Box 975, Phoenix. Ariz tf FuR SALE Fish Creek station on Roosevelt road, with cattle range including'small bunch of cattle. Will sell together or separate, A money maker for the right partv. Write or see, KELLY-DIEHL-HIBBERT Mesa. Arizona. p BUTCHER SHOP for sale. Apply 1009 N. 14th St. 6 points, n Personals Hides and Furs EFFRON CO. Hides, pelts, wool. Bring in your Junk will pay market prices. 1009 E. Madi son St., Phone 1 832. tf Millinery MILLINERY REMODELING Prices reasonable. 128 N. 3rd St. 3-k Patent Agency HAZZARD & MILLER 60S Central bldg.. Sixth and Main, L. A. H. Miller, 8 yrs. examiner U.S. Pat. Of. Hazzard's Book on Patents Free, tf Legal Advertising Private Schools COTTAGE KINDERGARTEN. Wil letta St., near Third st. Miss Edna Aller. Phone 398. tf WIDOW Lady 3S, with home here, would like to meet gentleman about same age. Box 76-H. Republican, r DR. J. Tel. 4265 C. McGRATH, Veterinarian. 107 W. Jefferson. tf Public Accountant ALBERT FERDINANDSON, public auditor, 34 N. Central Ave. Phones 1913 8923. Income tax matters. 2-dd Special Notices JPBaoenoiis MucMrq Wanted-Help, Female YOUNG LADY to wait tables; 11 to S. Apply 112 N. First Ave. r HOUSE on paved street, suitable for 2 families, furnished or unfurnished. Address Mrs. Dingman, General De livery p 80 TO 240 ACRES; ten miles from Phoenix, near Laveen, under river canal. For stock purposes, cotton, etc. N. P. McCallum. 32 N. Second St. p Rooms and Board TUBERCULOUS PATIENTS We are prepared to take a limited Timber of patients suffering from tuberculosis, at a very moderate cost which includes board and room, nurs ing and medical attention. No extras. I'or further information address Sani tarium Rox 231S. Globe, Arizona. it PHONE 1705 CALIFORNIA INN, Sixth avenue and McKinley; modern, (sanitary rooms and A-l board. Ixj ated midst of a park; free of dust. 3-g HOMESTEAD REST RESORT Mid desert charms, cozy cottages, equipped for housekeeping. A roomy bungalow, board: 12 miles out; cars leave Corner or Busy Drug Store, Cen tral. 1 p. m.. Mondays, Wednesday and Friday. No tuberculars. Box 950, Thoe nix. n 13 ACRES, mile cast Alhambra; cot ton or garden; no house. S50 N. Sec ond Ave. Phone 2323. bg FURNISHED ROOM for lisht house keeping, married couple, no children. Box S4H Republican. p WANTED Small, clean modern apartment by man and wile. Season able rent. Phone 2601. p WANTED Two waitresses. Del Monte Lunch Room. 23 W. Washing ton. P WANTED Lady to Care for two children, age 4 and 6, during week days. Give lowest weekly price in reply: will interview. Box 86H Re publican, r WANTED Experienced cashiers and bundle wrappers. Apply Korricks' n I WANT a five-room house or apartment, furnished or unfurnished, on paved street. J. F. Ayres, Adams Hotel. r WANTED To rent about 20 acres for cotton, share basis; experienced in raising cotton. 744 E. Portland. n REFINED white woman for gen eral housework and assist in care of partial invalid; no washing or iron ing. $40 per month. Apply 16 North Central avenue, 7:30 to 9:00 p. m only. r GOOD, Neat, white woman to cook; good wages. 720 E. McDowell. r WANTED Housekeeper by batch' elor, age 45. Box 44 H. Republican! 1 40 ACRES of coiton land for rent for pasture. Box 115, Chandler. n FOR RENT 80 acres at $30, fine al falfa; good for cotton or dairy; Chand ler. C. L. Goodman. Phone S5R2. bs 55 ACRE farm tor rent; cash rent; close in; modern house; must be rented at once. Owner, 325 W. Jack son, it l'OR RENT 3y acres, 3 miles from city limits. Cash rent. Phone 3402. n 318 ACRES CO 'TON LAND. Yuma Road, $29 per acre, half cash, balance Dec. 1. Landlord's lien subject to fi prv'in;r r-rivijpg Pdnno 3329. tf WANTED TO RENT Furnished house, must be modern: what bjave you? Chack, room 343, Adams hotel, n WANTED 2 or 3 room modern house or apartment nicely furnished. Box 61H, Republican. bs WANTED To rent, 10 or 20 acres of alfalfa. Box 60H, Republican. bs WANTED General housework; home nights. 609 S. 2nd Ave. WANTED To rent small acreace. with house: will pay all cash in ad vance. 1503 W. Roosevelt. n HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS with sleeping porch. State price and loca tion. Box 49H Republican. 1 WANTED Small furnished apart ment Two ladies with convalescent boy age 5. Not over $25.00. Near car line. Phone 381. For Rent Store and Offices WILLIAMS MESQUITE CAMP Iargest and best tubercular health re Mrt in Phoenix. Phone 3024 for free nutomobile. tf One of the finest furnished offices in city for rent. Ground floor, steam heat. Phone 30S3. r PHOENIX SANATORIUM Diseases of the throat and chest a specialty. 2227 N. Central Ave. Phone 4159. IT WANTED Boarders family. 845 N. Sixth Ave. in private n HAVE accommodations for four or Tive gentlemen health seekers. Camp one mile from end of Center street; no bed patients taken. For particulars call 204R12, or see Mr. Green, Jefferson hotel. tf ' FOR RENT Room and table board. S14 N. Ninth St., one block S. Brill car line. Phone 2830. p BETHANY HOME Sanitarium, table boarders, $10 per week; bed patients, 1d per week. Take Glendale car. Phone 4R4. 2-ds HEALTHSEEKERS With private :family; screened porches; suitable table: long experience; on car line '1M8 F. Va?hintnn. Phone 2714. 2-bl DESERT INN Most Ideal spot in Arizona. A place of quality for particular people. Free from influenza. City office 120 Nr. First Ave., phone 602. Desert Inn Phone 13J3. tf WILLIAMS MESQUITE CAMP T arrest and best tubercular health re art in Phoenix. Phone 3024 for free automobile. tf TARK VIEW PLACE A home for healthseekers. Phone 1311. 1'. O. Box 1JSS. 1-do PHOENIX SANATORIUM Disease! f the throat and chest a specialty. '227 N. Central Ave. Phone 4159. tf For Rent Furnished Rooms FUR.NISHED front room, separate entrance; bath adjoining. Two meals i( desired. On Central avenue near In dian school, four blocks from car 'ouple. or young women, employed pre ferred. Phone 20HRZ. NICELY FURNISHED front room for rent: gentleman preferred. 361 N. First avenue. SLEEPING ROOM for rent. 824 N Kirst avenue. HALF HOUSE for rent, 4 rooms fur nished. 123S E. Adams. Phone 831 NICELY FURNISHED front room, pentleman employed preferred. 347 N. 4th Ave. p FOR RENT- First ave. -Office space. 110 N. bb TWO FIRST CLASS connecting of fices, in Walker Pldg Phone 2858. If For Rent Pasture FOR SALE or rent 27 acres alfalfa pasturage; j miles out.. Phone 114 R-4. p FoR SALE Cotton stalks for cat tle pasture. Hoimes-Wootan Ranch Co.. 27 X. Central Ave. Phone lS22. tf Wanted Real Estate WANTED 4 or i room house or cottage, furnished; must be on out skirts of Phoenix and modern. V. O. ox 2S7. Phoenix. bg IF YOU WANT to sell your prop erty, now is the time. We are having calls daily, for good properties: either city homes or acreage, large and small. If you have anything to sell or trade, list it with us. No deal too large or too small, for our personal attention. Tolleson Land & Cattle Co., 108 North Central Avenue. Phone 4282. bd WANTED To buy a home, north of Washington street; must have three inside bedrooms Give price and very best terms. Address Box 82H, care Republican. bd WANTED Close Rep. Box 69H. in building lot. Wanted Miscellaneous 7C FER POUND. Will pay 7c per lb. for good, clean rags for use in wiping machinery. Re publican Office. tf WANTED Second girl, capable of serving table: good wages. Phone Glendale. 109R2. gh Machine repairing. F. W. BURNHAM Cor. X. Fifth Ave. and. Wash. St. gb S. A. PEPPER (Pep) having taken over the Star barber shop at 214 W. Washington street would be pleased to meet old friends and make new ones. P DANCE at Alhambra Dance Hall, Saturday night, February 8. Every body invited. p Public Stenographer MISS HOUGHTON, Phone 1789. 408 Fleming, tf Restaurant AMERICAN KITCHEN Short Orders All Night 35 North Center St. TEE SING. Prop. tf Transfer and Storage CHAMBERS TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. Any kind of hauling. Fireproof storage. Phone 1282 or 3526. tf MILLINERY, remodeling. 128 N. 3rd St. 2-dp Turkish Baths Auto Time Table defile ELECTRIC Cabinet Sweats, vapor and shower baths. Nurse In attend ance for ladies. De Marvel Institute, 134 N. First ave. tf CADILLAC "8" SERVICE GLOBE-MIAMI via ROOSEVELT Leave Globe-Miami 8:30 a. m. daily. Leave Phoenix 8:30 a. m. daily. SUPERIOR-RAY Leave Phoenix 9:00 a. m. and 4 p. m. Leave Superior 9 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. Leave Ray at 7:30 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. 42 South Central Phone 1465 tt MILLINERY, remodeling. Street. 128 X. 3rd 3-d Wanted Help, Male and Female GUILL1AMS STAGE LINE TOLLESON CASHION AVOX DALE LITCHFIELD Stages leave First and Washington streets at 8 a. m.. 10 a. m., 12 a. m., 2 p. m.. 4 p. m. and 6 p. m. Telephone 41S3. tf WANTED Capable person, male or female, as outside representative: pleasant work; good pay. Call at 224 E. Adams St. bs EARLY MORNING STAGE for Tempe or Mesa. Leave Arizona Re publican office at 4:30 a. m., daily. Phone 8687 W. J. Rose. tf Money to Loan TO LOAN $60008 per cent, long time. Lv W. McAdams, 30 X. First Ave. bd MOXEY TO LOAN in sums wanted. Xo commission charges; owner, 347 E. Monroe. r PIANOS, PLAYERS AND PHONO GRAPHS Will give you a liberal al lowance on your old piano or player on a new piano, player or phonograph. Music Co., 144 W Washington. Phone 3086. It MONEY TO LOAN on improved city property or for building purposes at lowest rates. E. E. Pascoe, 302 X. Cen tral Ave. tf EGYPT STAGE CO. Seven passenger cars to Tempe, Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert and Goodyear Cotton Camps. Cars every hour from 7 a. m. until 11 p. m. daily. Phone 71L 10 Central Ave. TO LOAN $1000, $1800, $3000. X. A. Morford. 15 E. Adams St. See bg Unlimited funds to loan on improved Salt River Valley ranch lands and in come business property. DWIGHT B. HEARD REAL ESTATE INSURANCE LOANS CENTER & ADAMS tf WE PAY THE BEST PRICE for fur niture, clothing and shoes or anything of value.' Have auction every Satur day. Sell on commission. Phone 3093. t,. 11. Price auctioneer. I jrst avenue j MONEY TO LOAN on Improved and Jefferson. tf I city Dronerrv or for building purpose AWNING AND CAMPING SEASON now on. We make every 1.111:3 Known that will fool the rain and sun. Phoe nix Tent & Awning Co., corner First and Mrnif" pts. Phone 1411. tf Barber Shops and Supplies WANTED 70 acres plowed, right t lowest rates. E. E. Pascoe, 302 North away; either teams or tractors. dress 706 S. Center Ave.. City. Ad- A PLEASANT, refined woman to help with small children and do general housework; good wages and permanent position to right partv. Phone 3615. 1122 E. Willetta St. r SELLING OUT FRIENDS AHOY! To buy goods, I must locate and see them. Y'ou don't have to peddle any thing: Call me, 220-224 E Wasn. Phone 1776. I'll buy anything you pos sess, and believe me, I've got the dope to pay for it. Five minutes' inspection is all I ask. Come unto me; I'll not give you "rest," but I'll buy, pay and take away. Phoenix or suburbs. Fords Stores. Phone 1776. bs WANTED AT ONCE 4 mules or horses, harness and wagon. Edward R. Post Co.. 35 S. Central Ave. tf Wanted Situation, Male YOUNG MAX, (21).v wants any kind of outside work. Experienced clerk and Ford driver. Address C. L. G., 21( H. Taylor. P EXPERIENCED man on yas trac tors, on belt and field work, wants po sition as engineer; can keep machine in first-class shape. Harry Clugstoh, Bonner Hotel, Phoenix. n WANTED Second hand motorcycle C. H. Ellis. Scottsdale. n WANTED Fresh milk goat, that can furnish milk enough for twin ba bies. R. A. Waschau, Acre City, Ariz. Phone 1896 n wan ihu j ractor plowing at oncn, large jobs preferred. Address Josepn Casey. 800 S. 2nd Ave.. Phoenix. y CAMP COOK Man and wife; no children; experienced camp cooks; good references; want camp 35 to 50 men. Call, write or phone 1939. Bou ner Hotel, room 36, Phoenix. bs YOUNG MAN of good appearance and education, desirous of going to New York, wishes commission or work of any sort for expense. Address M. J. M. Box 611, Mesa. Arizona. p FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. ,V. Adams 341 NICELY FURNISHED sleeping room In modern home, suitable for 2 1122 F,. Wa.sh. Phone 2473. p A PLACE to sleep lor man working rlsy time. 139 W. Adams. n FoR RENT Furnished, one front bed room. Private entrance, 620 North Third street. r FURNISHED front for two gentlemen. 3 room, suitable : E. Polk street. n PHONE 1705, Cal. Inn, Sixth avenue arid McKinley; modern, sanitary rooms and A-l board. Iocated midst of a jarn: tree 01 oust. ;;-g NICE turnished screen bedroom for rent; light housekeeping. 431 N. 14th St. Phone 2929. p FURNISHED rooms to rent in pri vate family; good location on car line; breakfast if desired. 914 N. Third St.tf NICELY furnished room to rent to woman employed, with privilege of getting breakfast. Call 917 N. Eighth street. n l'OR RENT Rooms 50c day, or $2.50 per week for men only. Star Barber Shop. 214 West Wash. St. Jack Elliot, Mnngcr. tf WANTED Clerical work by young man. Has had much general experi ence on books; was in charge of time and payroll of a large concern; also am thoroughly experienced in hotel accounting. Am healthy and ambi tious. I have just arrived in Phoenix and desire early employment. Best of references. Address Room 433, Adams Hotel. " bd CHAUFFEUR, 8 years of driving ex perience of high class cars, wants po sition with private family; very best of references. Box 7uH,' Republican. n -MAN and wile want position on ranch, stock ranch preferred; experi enced. Box 78-H. Republican. p IEsiai(g!gir SHOW CASES wanted for cash must be cheap. Box 81 -W Repub. gb HIGHEST price paid for second hand men's clothing shoes and hats. 407 1 Wash. St. Phone 4776. Exclusive dealer- tf Central Ave. tf LOANS EASY to get up to $150 on your furniture, piano, automobile, live stock, implements, etc. Ample funds, reasonable rates, courteous treatment; strictly confidential. Mutual Loan Co., Phone 1396. 1500 Grand Ave. Office hours 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. tf Lost and Found LOST Auto crank on North Central Ave. Please return to Bower Co., 34- S. Central Ave. It STRAYED One black horse, newly shod. Probal)ly out Central. S. Schwartz 332 W. Washington. LOST An Eastern Star pin with heavy reef around pin. Lost between 1st Ave. and 11th Ave. and Five Points. Return to 122 X. 11th Ave STRAYED to my place, 13 head of young cattle, mostly Holstein; owner can have same by paying for damage and pasture. D. E. Accamazzo, U mile east mile south Wilson School. THE PARTY who picked up big blue shopping bag in the Porridge Pot the afternoon of Feb. 5, address and name in bag. Return and no questions asked 327 X. 15th Ave. WAXTED Electric Phone 4691. ceiling fan. n HIGHEST PRICES PAID for Junk, pelts and hides. Chicago Junk Co, 7th Ave., at Santa Fe tracks. Phont 1782. WE PAY full value for furtniture and household goods. Also we repair everything. Remodeling Furniture Co, 39 S. First Ave. Phone 1479. tf WANTED All kinds of painting and paper hanging. First class work al ways done. All kinds of paints and wall paper for sale. DEPUTY PAINT AXD PAPER CO. 30 S. 2nd Ave. Phone 4294. 2-p WE REPAIR electric motors and fans, motor rewinding. Elevators main tained and repaired. Vinson. 130 W. Broadway. Phone 3K9S. tf LOST On X. E. coiner of First Ave. and Adams St, one black patent leather purse, containing check on Phoenix Nat 1 Bank. Finder please, re turn to owner at Republican office Reward. . tf Use The Republican Classified Pages for Results Read tor Profit. FOUND Airedale dog, male, about 2 years old. Collar and chain, no li cense. Hold for owner at police station. LOST OR STRAYED One brindl dehorned cow, one red and white heifer, fat: notify I). S. Teeter, Tempe. tf LOST Chain with several keys, be tween Second avenue and Fourth St., on Washington or Adams. Return to County Treasurer's office. Reward. Business Chances Wanted Help, Male WAXT MEN to prune orange grove. Mrs. E. L. King. .Phone 14R5. p SMALL ROOMING HOUSE, clearing $70 month. Lease $30 month. 5 minutes from Adams Hotel. $600. 4oU down. -E. Van Buren. Baggs. Wants position. Can make surveys above or below ground, draw maps or plats, do the timbering, build the houses, understands the mining; ten years' experience in lead and zinc and two years in copper and silver; new property preferred. Reference. F. L. H., Republican. bb 3 YOUNG MEN, strangers, want an kind of honest work; would go any where. Address 245 E. Monroe, before 10 a. m. and after 2pm n EMPLOYMENT by mechanic, ac quainted with tractor, trucks, automo biles, gas or steam: city or country. Address Republican Box 62H. ' n FoK RENT Two furnished,, rooms. No sick, no rhllriivn. Inquire' D. A. VfignT. 30'J E. Pierce St. gb MARIilKD MAN wants job on ranch, stork ranch preferred. E. A. Hudson. f"; n. second tst. rnonc So44. p WANTED BARBER At Kanes. 15 South Central Ave. once. P WANTED Agents to sell "Auto matic Water Vaporizers," on 10 day money back guarantee. Small device, easily attached. Positively kills car bon and keeps engine clean. Saves 25 to 35 per cent gasoline. Sells itself but agents must be workmen. S.- S. Piper, State Agent, Hardwick Hotel, Phoenix. bs WELL DRILLER to drill one six teen inch well. Telephone 1567. r WANTED Two men Nursery. at Riverside P WANTED Men who want to more than just get by. We want agents to represent us in every county in Ari zona, also the entire world is onen to you. Call and see us. Johnson anf:-i' Beck, 17 W. Adams. i a"ijSe ... FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Best express business in valley, clearin; over $300 per month. $1000 cash or trade for stock or property. Box 59, Republican. FURNITURE AND LEASE One "of the best-paying apartment and rooming houses in Phoenix, in place is arranged so you can get you money back in the first year. If you want a moneymaker, see this. KEYSTONE REALTY CO. 15 N. First Ave. BETTER THAN 12 PER CENT An elegantly furnished apartment house within one block of postomce. If you are looking for a good invest ment see us at once as we have this exclusively. TetWESOX LAXD & CATTLE CO. j..9 X, Central Ave fR apartment house, Jpaying proposition. Ji Third Strct. SULPHUR VAPOR BATHS. $1.50; shower, 35c. Ladies' dept., 137 N. Cen- tral. Phone 4215.. tf Vulcanizing TIRE HOSPITAL OF PHOENIX Vulcanizing and welding done promptly and guaranteed. Out-of-town work solicited. Arizona Vulcan izing Works, 207 W. Washington. Undertaking & Embalming MOORE &. McLELLAN Funeral directors and embalmers. 929 W. Aflams st. Phone 6H. tf Lot 21, and the west seven (7) feet of Lot 20, all in Capitol Addition. All that part of the south half ot Block 44. and all that part of the north half of Block 37 lying west of the west line of the Santa Fe. Prescott and Phoenix Railroad . right-of-way; the south half of Block 43; the north half and the west half of the south half of Block 38: the east half of the south half of Block 42; the south half and the east half of the north balf of Block 39; the north half of Block 34: tho west half of the north half of Block 35, all in west Capitol Addition. Excepting therefrom any portion of any public street or alley which may be included within the above described district. Section 3. The said Commission finds that public convenience requires serial bonds shall be issued to represent the costs and expenses of such work or im provement, and said Commission de termines that serial bonds shall be is sued to represent each assessnvnt of twenty-five ($25.00) Dollars or more for the costs and expenses of said work or improvement. Said serial bonds shall extend over a period ending nine (9) years from and after the second day of January next succeeding the date of said bonds and an even annual proportion of the principal sum there of shall be payable by coupon on the second day of January every year-sfter their date until all is paid, and the in terest shall be payable semi-annually by coupon on the second day of Jan uary and July respectively of each year, at the rate of six iff) per cent per annum, on all sums unpaid, until the whole of said principal sum and inter est are paid.. Section 4. That these improvements shall be made, and all proceedings therein shall be taken; that the Superintendent of Streets shall post notice thereof; that the City Clerk shall certify to the pas sage of the Resolution of Intention and shall cause the same to be published in the Arizona Republican, a daily newspaper published and circulated in tho City of Phoenix and hereby des ignated for that purpose; that the City Engineer shall prepare duplicate dia grams of the district hereinabove de scribed in Section 2, of this Resolution of Intention, to be assessed to pay the costs and expenses thereof, under and in accordance with the provisions of Title II, Chapter XIII. Revised Stat utes of Arizona, 1913, Civil Code, and subsequent acts amendatory thereto. Approved February 5th. 1919. PETER CORPSTEIX, Mayor. I hereby certify that the above and foregoing Resolution Xo. 335. was duly passed by the Commission of the City of Phoenix at a meeting held February 5th, 1919. and that a quorum was pres ent thereat. FRANK THOMAS. City Clerk. Xew location. 134 W. Adams, tf THE GEO. F. MERRYMAX CO., X. SECOXD ave. Phone 651. Legal Advertising RESOLUTION" NO. 333. A resolution of the Commission of the City of Phoenix declaring its in tention to improve certain portions of Jefferson street, Madison Street and Twenty-first Avenue, in the City of Thoenix, and determining that bonds shall be issued to represent the costs NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS Phoneix, Arizona, February 4, 1919. To The Stockholders of The Arizona Vermont Gold & Copper Company. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Arizona Vermont Gold & Copper Company will be held at the Commercial Hotel, on Thursday, March 6. 1919, at 7 P. M.. at Phoenix, Arizona for the election of directors for the en suing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. GEORGE IRVINE, Secretary. ORDINANCE XO. 245. and expenses thereof, and declaring A" Ordinance Adopting Plans For The Awnings STAR BARBER SHOP All work guaranteed. Hot or cold shower baths, 15c. 214 West Wash street. Jack Elliott, Manager. dn BAREER SUPPLIES Razors and safety blades sharpening ofir specialty. BLANTOX. 20S W. WASH. tf JOHN E. LEWIS, masseur. Special work at your home. W ill nurse the flu." Bartering. Phone 4930. Resi dence 728 K. Washington st. tf Chiropodist CHIROPODY Bunlcis, corns, cal louses removed; painless and blood less; 50c each: moles, warts, etc, re moved by electricity. 29-31 East Adams st. Fraua Shirley. Phone 1704. tf Carpet Cleaning NOW IS THE TIMEto have your carpets cleaned. The Electric Carpet Cleaners. Phone 733. tf FRANTZ PREMIER electric carpet cleaners for sale and rent. 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Phone 3260. 2-m Fuel and Feed Cottonwood, just dry enough; quantity. the work to be of more than local or ordinary public benefit and tnat the costs of said work or improvement shall be assessed upon a certain dis trict and providing that the proposed work or improvement shall be per formed under Title VII, Chapter XIII, Revised Statutes of Arizona, 1913, Civil Code and amendments thereto. Be It Resolved By The Commission Of The City of Phoenix: Section 1. That the public interest and con venience require, and that it is the intention of the Commission of the City of Phoenix to order the following work to be performed, to-wit: 1. That the roadway of Jefferson Street between the center line cf Eighteenth Avenue and the center line of Twenty-first Avenue, (except that portion of Nineteenth Avenue now oc cupied by the tracks of the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix Railway Company, and two (2) feet on the outside of each rail.) and the roadway of Madison Street between the center line of Twenty-first Avenue and the east line of Twenty--seoond Avenue, and the roadway of Twenty-first Avenue between the center line of Jefferson Street and the center line of Madison Street be graded and paved a distance of ten (10) feet on each side of the center line of said streets with bitu lithic with bituminous concrete base as per Specifications No. 26A. 2. That a strip seven and one-half (7Vi) feet wide on each side of . the pavement on Jefferson Street between the center line of Eighteenth Avenue and the center line of Twenty-first Ave nue, and a strip five (5) feet wide on each side of the pavement on Madi son Street between the center line of Twenty-first Avenue and the east line of Twenty-second Avenue, and a strip five (5) feet wide on each side of the pavement on Twenty-first Avenue between the center line of Jefferson Street and the center line of Madison Street, be graded and rolled to the elevations, and as shown on the plans. 3. That corrugated iron pipe twelve (12) inches in diameter lie laid as fol lows: Across the roadway of Jefferson Street near the west side of Twentieth Avenue. Across the roadway of Madison Street near the west side of Twenty first Avenue, as shown on the plans. 4. That one (1) survey monument cover be set at each of the following locations: Jefferson Street at Nine teenth. Twentieth and Twenty-first Avenues, Madison Street at Twenty first Avenue, as shown on the plans. All ot the above work or improve ment to be done in accordance with that certain set of plans approved and adopted by the Commission of the City of Phoenix on the 5th day of Feb ruary. 1919. and on file in the office of the City Engineer in Book Five of Street Improvement Plans on Pages 10 to 13 inclusive, and in further ac cordance with the following specifi cations Standard specifications of the City of Phoenix, Numbers 19, 22 and 26A. All of which above specifications are on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Phoenix, Said plans and speciications are hereby referred to for a more particular description of j said work and made a part hereof. Reference is hereby made to the Bitulithic License Agreement of War ren ' Brothers Company, of Boston, Mass., dated April 2nd, 1918, and on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Phoenix. Section 2. That the said contem plated work or improvement in the opinion of the Commission is of more than local or ordinary public benefit, and that the said Commission hereby makes the costs and expenses of said work or improvement chargeable upon a district, and hereby declares that the district in said City of Phoenix benefited by the said work or improve ment,, and to be assessed to pay thej Improvement of Jefferson Street Be tween The Center Line of Eigh teenth avenue and the center line of Twenty-first avenue. Madison street betweenthe Center Line of Twenty first Avenue and the east line of Twenty-second avenue, and Twenty first Avenue, between the center line of Jefferson Street and the Center line of Madison street, in the City of Phoenix. Be it Ordained by the Commission of the City of Phoenix, as follows: Section 1. That the plans prepared by the City Engineer for the improvements of cer tain portions of Jefferson Street, Mad ison Street and Twenty-first Avenue, are hereby adopted as the official plans for said work. The grades shall be at the elevations shown on the plans. The width and location of the road way shall be as shown on the plans. Section 2. A duplicate copy of these plans shall be filed with the City Clerk and kept on file in his office. Section 3; This ordinance sr.ail take effect ai.d ne in lorce irom ana after its pas sage, publication ar.d posting as It law required. Section 4. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed. Passed by the Commission of the City of Phoenix this 5th day of Febru ary, 1919. , PETER CORPSTEIX, Mayor. Attest: FRANK THOMAS, City Clerk. HOLMES- WOOTEN RANCH CO. PHONE 1S22. NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS OX ONE SMALL CARLOAD BLACK POWDER SEALED proposals, addressed to Commission of State Institutions of Arizona, at State House, Phoenix, Ari zona, and endorsed: "Proposals for Furnishing Black Powder." will be received by the said, commission until 2:00 p. m., February 10. 1919. And will be opened in tho presence of the bidders at the above time and place, and thereafter considered. BIDS MUST BE ITEMIZED. Certified check for five per cent of the amount of the bid should be en closed with same, to be retained as liquidated damages if successful bid der fails to sign contract. BIDS NOT " MARKED OX EXVELOPE, AS RE QUIRED, WILL NOT BE CONSID ERED. Specifications may be ob-, tained upon application to the Com- t mission of State Institutions. Prices must be f. o. b., Yaeger Sid ing. (Dewey) Arizona. The commission reserves the right to accept or reject part or all of any bid, to divide between two or more bidders or to waive any informalities in the bid. as the interests of the state may require. THE COMMISSION OF STATE IN STITUTION'S. o SPECIAL REDUCTION' OX MEM BERSHIPS FOR THE Y. M. C. A THIS WEEK. r LIBERTY BOND QUOTATIONS? Furnished daily to Thu Republican j : by R. Allyn Lewis, Hotel Adams I Bldg. f -O 3, 1947 $98.96 1st 4s, 1947 $93.14 2nd 4s $92.80 1st 44, 1947 $95.20 2nd 4',i. 1942 $94.24 3rd 4'i, 1928 $95.08 4th 4V4. 1938 $94.06 PUT YOUR BOY IX THE BEST CLUB IN ARIZOXA BY GIVING HIM any costs and expenses scribed as follows: r The south half of Block 13, exce: therefrom Lot 28, and the norft. tf of Bluck 20, excepting therefrom 1 thereof, i 'ie LA, ';I"IEM BERSH1 P THIS WEEK r TV t'- "Tie y. m. t KEFIT OF F.