THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORXEsG, MAY 6, 1919
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-WARTMAN OIL CO.
Phone 1887 143 West Jefferson St.
Be just to Yourself
Four time la valuable. The AVERT sled cultivator does it work
perfectly, Is easy to operate, the only implement of its kind -with
thoroughly protected bearings and every possible adjustment.
Built to withstand the hardest of usage.
We can recommend this cultivator to you.
si Ju- ML
For Sale or Exchange
'OP. SALE OR TRADE One of the
t alfalfa 40c in the valley. Cut nearly
"0 hay last year. Want larger acre
. Uood price, good terms. Phone
1AVE $3000 interest in ranch. Pays
er cent twice a year and $1000 each
luary for three years. This is A-l
urity. Offer it as first payment on
ease. Phone 2313. bb
i ACRES in California, Mendocino
my. Box 33B Republican. m
'Oil EXCHANGE My two subur-
i homes adjoining Phoenix, 7 and 5
i in each with 8 acres land. Cash
ne $10,000; clear. Want Los An
es or vicinity. Owner, P. O. Box
1. Eos Ansreles. n
.PIANO BARGAINS Pianos taken
14 exchange. Edison phonographs for
(ale, cheap. Come and see them.
Taverner Music Co 209 West Wash
y'nR EXCHANGE Lot in Chelsea
I'iin'e and $1500 in cash as first pay
ntrnt on 20 or 30 acres. See Groom, 106
yMt Adams. m
3 ' Jit SALE OR EXCHANGE To be
:-3M at a great sacrifice, home with
I'fetujtiful grounds in Giendale, Calif. 25
nttnutPS ride 1'rora Los Angeles. Phone
ISS5. Will sell furnished if desired.
! For Rent Houses
iJ.LOCK HOUSE, furnished or nn
i itrnished, fine shade, one child allowed
f-yjrlrl. Apply 1107 E. Polk. It
' R LEASE Six room modern
bric-k house, fine shade, chicken yard,
irf good neighborhood on the southside.
only $33.00 a month. Phoenix Realty
I :jt -hn 1 1 go, 443 West Washington St. n
6-ROOM unfurnished, pebble dashed
hmise, all modern in every way, lots
i f shado and good garage, a $6,000
house; will rent on year lease. Close
iit Bol in Realty Co.. Phone 41 0&. m
fSUVKX room house, modern, in
c-od neighborhood. Apply 611 E. Gar
UNFURNISHED ROOMS for rent.
1 13 K. Pierce. m
FOR RENT 5 rooms and one up
s'aJrs snreeued bedroom, healthy lo
cution on desert facing Arizona canal,
chicken yard, shed and other outside
, improvements. Address Repub. Mrs.
FURNISHED cottage; no children;
no sick. One room, kitchen, sleeping
Torch and bat'.i. 443 W. Washington.
1'bone 3539. tf
A few big heavy draft horse3 and
mares. See C. R. McMuIlen at O. K.
I'urnllJ. S11 N. 7th Ave. tf
: For Rent Apartments
THREE room furnished apartment.
Call 818 South First avenue. m
NEW HAVEN Furnished four
roora apt, with sleeping porch; on car
liw; coolest buildings in city. 850 N.
Fifth Ave. Phone S543. 5-b
ARIZONA APARTMENTS The
largest apartments in the state? every
tlrirg absolutely modern; close in, on
Indian school car line, free garage. Cor.
Roosevelt and Third St. tf
1 ROOM modern apartment, nicely
furnished. 130 North Tenth Ave. m
NICELY furnished four room, mod
ern apt, no sick, no children. 1517 W.
GRAHAM APTS, 130 S. Third Ave.;
fise in. m
3- ROOM, furnished, cool summer
liiae. 365 No. 2nd Ave. m
EKSIRABLE, clean close in three
room apartment. 609 N. First St. n
i'OR RENT Furnished house, five
rooms and two large sleeping porches.
3 If .V. 4th Ave. n
f For Rent Furnished
t-ROOM house, partly furnished;
lisBts and gas. 1215 E. Adams. p
E'JRNISHED house at Iron Springs,
fo r -rent, or sale. Inquire 646 North Sec
nnrj Ave. Phone 1034. p
HoUSE for rent, furnished complete,
g:i.S and electric lights, 3 rooms and
bath also screen sleeping room; street
rar runs by door. Call 1530 East Jef
ENTIRE furnishings or a six room
house for sale at a moderate price;
family leaving city. House will be
rented only to purchaser of household
srnorls. 1414 W. Adams St. tf
FURNISHED two-room cottage. 31
North Seventh street. m
FOR RENT May 8. nicely furnished
modern bungalow. Phone 3506. m
BRICK house, partly furnished.
"15 E. Polk. m
FOR RENT I rooms furnished
brick with bath, lots of shade, one
block from car line. $25.00 per month.
Phone 8317. m
MODERN, complete including piano
adults wanted. 1754 W. Monroe. in
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 16
in res in California, Mendocino Co., Box
33 n Republican. ni
TWO-ROOM cottag?, partly ttiF
ri.shed; paid water, gas and electricity;
shade, shower bath. $15.00. 912 Grand
It makes no difference -vhat your
wants may be you can have them sup
plied by using and reading 'I he Repub
lican Classified Pages Arizona's lead
ing advertising medium.
Rooms and Board
HOMESTEAD REST RESORT, Par
adise valley; cool, pleasant, comfort
able cottages for light housekeeping;
tboard), daily, weekly, and monthly.
Summer rates. Information at corner
or Busy Drug store. Private car leaves
Mondays and Fridays at 3 o'clock. r
ROOMS AND BOARD in private
family, ladies only. 910 N. 6th St. n
ROOM AND BOARD for lady, no
objections to sick if able to be up. Call
1032 N. Tenth St. m
LARGE' airy sleeping rooms, with
baths and board. Among the pines at
the Craggs, $20 per week. Mrs. Lathrop
HOMESTEAD REST RESORT, Par
adise Valley, cool, pleasant, comfort
able cottages for light housekeeping;
board, daily, weekly, and monthly.
Summer rates. Information at Corner
or Busy Drug Stores. Private car
leaves Mondays and Fridays at 3:00
PHILLIPS HOUSE. 325 North 4th
Ave. Home cooking, prompt service,
moderate prices. Tabja board a spe
PHflRX'tY SAM ATflP rrTAJ T-,;
......... . - . .1A UlDiCB
of the throat and chest a specialty.
2227 N. Central Ave. Phone 4159. tf
PHONE 1705, CALIFORNIA INN,
Sixth avenue and McKinley; modern,
sanitary rooms and A-l board. Lo
cated midst of a park, free of dust, tf
Most Ideal spot in Arizona. A place
of quality for particular people. Free
from influenza. City office 120 N.
First Ave., phone S02. Desert Inn
Phone 13J3. tf
For Rent Furnished Rooms
3 ROOMS and screen porch, shady,
close to car; no sick, no children. 815
West Adams St. Phone 2331 or 2061.
FURNISHED ROOMS for house
keeping at 509 East Van Buren. p
2 FURNISHED ROOMS for light
housekeeping for bachelors; water and
lights furnished. In rear of 617 N. 1st
St. $16 per month. n
"FOR FcENT Nice cool room, very
nicely furnished, with bath adjoining
to one or two gentlemen. Summer
rates. 32S X. Fourth Ave.
A PLEASANT furnished room. 926
E. Monroe. p
FOR RENT Nice large front room.
213 E. Van Buren. p
FOR RENT Screened bed room.
Close to business center. 701 N. First
SINGLE ROOM, 610 N. 4th Ave.
NICELY furnished room, $10.00, no
sick, gentleman preferred. Also garage.
Phone 3109. - m
ONE FIRST-CLASS furnished room
and board for two in a nrivate tnndpm
home. Phone 4135. m
COTS $1.00 week. 427 W. Jefferson.
SCREENED ROOM, dressing room,
bath for gentleman; reasonable. Call
Phone 8951. rr
WHEN IN PHOENIX try the Glen
wood, coolest house. Summer rates.
245 E. Monroe. 5-ds
DELIGHTFUL screen room and
dressing room. 1011 West Adams. dk
LARGE, cool room with connecting
bath, opposite library, 24 S. 12th ave.
Also garage. tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, 320
W. Van Buren street. 9325. s
NICELY furnished cool
X. ?vi Ave.
For Rent Housekeeping
SMALL apartment furnished for
light housekeeping; suitable for two
adults. 602 "g West Van Buren. n
THREE very attractive comfortable
rooms, free lights and water, porch and
lawn, to healthy adults. 1015 North
Second St. m
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms
316 No. 5th St ti
FOR RENT Furnished rooms and
lighthousekeeping apartments. Mrs.
George, 502 North First St. m
LARGE, cool housekeeping rooms;
lawn, shade. $2 and up. 829 East Jef-
ATTRACTIVELY furnished - rooms
for light housekeeping. Phone and gar
age. 1302 E. Pierce St. n
FURNISHED ROOMS for light
housekeeping. 1414 E. Jefferson. m
THREE furnished housekeeping
rooms; no sick or children. 373 North
Sixth Ave., or phone 8334. p
LIGHT hojsekeeping and furnished
rooms. 21 1) E. Polk.
FOR RENT Attractively furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Phone
and garage. 1302 E. Pierce St.
LIGHT housekeeping rooms, summer
rates. 810 N. Sixth Ave. k
For Rent Land
FOR RENT 20 acres pasture. Call
For Bent Miscellaneous
PLAYER' PIANO for rent to reliable
party. 1138 E. Filmore St.. rear
ALFALFA AND' FARI.F.v PAS
TURE WHICH WILL ACCOMMO
DATE 200 HEAD OF CATTLE FROM
30 TO 45 DAYS. BURT M. NABORS.
119 SOUTH CENTRAL AVE. f
I Use The Republican Classified Pag
ior rtstms rend for profit.
For Rent Pasture
Pasture For Rent
Alfalfa and barley
pasture which will
head of cattle from
30 to 45 days.
Burt M. Nabors
119 S. Central Ave.
-FOR RENT -Barley
You can rent 160 acres and
take off a $2,500 barley crop
this month from part of it and
have a good cotton stand com
ing on to make you money.
It takes about $4000 cash to
handle it, but you then have a
lease on a first class ranch for
over two years at a rental of
$10 per acre. That's fair enough
as you'll see.
Dwight B. Heard
Central and A.dams i
Wanted Real Estate
LET US LIST your ranch or city
property. We have a buyer for a well
located apartment house, another for a
forty, sandy loam soil, not particular
about improvements. Vould prefer a
ranch with a small orchard. Phoenix
Realty Exchange, 443 West Washing
ton St ds
LIST your ranch and city property
with us for sale. Herbert S. Prince
Co., 14 W. Adams. tf
Wanted Situation, Male
MARRIED MAN Age 30, some
means, fully experienced in banking,
clerical work, and with Eales ability,
desires connection carrying respect
able salary and future. 1'. O. Box
1157. Phone 4284. p
YOUNG MAN, 35 years old, of wide
business experience in office manage
ment, selling, correspondence and book
keeping, desires change where oppor
tunities are greater than in present
position. Address Box 255, Phoenix. It
POSITION WANTED as manager of
hotel or apartment house, had wide ex
perience, references exchanged. ' Ad
dress Mrs. L. F. C. Box 677 Phoenix. It
SOLDIER with honorable discharge
wishes a position as chauffeur, either
truck, or touring car, four years ex
perience. Will do own repairing. Can
furnish good recommendations. Ad
dress 611 S. 7th Ave., Phoenix, Ariz, bd
POSITION by young man, 15 years
experience operating and repairing
threshers, gas and steam engines, etc.
Box 54B Republican. bs
W ANT ED BY EXPERIENCED
REAL ESTATE SALESMAN, POSI
TION WITH ESTABLISHED FIRM. I
KNOW THE GAME AND CAN DE
LIVER THE GOODS. PHONE 2516
OR WRITE BOX 43B REPUBLICAN.
MARRIED man wants job as wark
ing foreman on ranch; not afraid
of work; no children; good service giv
en, good wages expected. Box 30-C. T.
A.. Republican. 5-b
HKt.T.11' IVnw i thp tim m knlcrt
mine. Also cotton chopping and any
other kinds of work. C. H. Haywood,
Phone 3558. tf
I CLEEAN YOUR HOUSE and rugs,
satisfactory. John King, Phone 2487.
By discharged soldier, 19 5"ears old,
high school graduate, home here,
position with good concern. Would
like chance to make good. Have had
business and soliciting experience. Best
local references. Box Republican 27A
or Phone 8230 between 6 and 7 p. m. tf
WANTED Any kind or work, have
team of six horses. Phone 109R4. r
PAINTING, Papering, Tinting strict
ly reasonable, work guaranteed. Da
vies 330 S. First Ave. Phone 1S82. m
WANTED Situation, by general of
fice man. Experienced time-keeper
and pay-master. Best of reference.
Address Book-keeper, 723 E.Culver St.,
Phoenix. Telephone 8684. 5-b
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' 1 I ATT T-TXT.ir. O I J
work in the carpenter line call 2404.
anted Situation Female
BEGINNING CLERK or waitress.
Will accept reduced wages. Good edu
cation. Rep. Box 21B. ra
AN UNINCUMBERED Christian
woman desires position as housekeeper
in small family or cooking for men.
Call 925 Grand Ave. n
WOULD LIKE work by day or hour.
Phone 8317 after 6 o'clock evening or
before 8 o'clock morning. n
COMPETENT COOK wants situa
ation in Hotel resort or camp. Good
references, address. Cook, Ingleside
WANTED i lain sewing to do at.
home and men's shirts a specialty. Call
YOUNG MARRIED MAN, native,
not any public stenographer, desire's
position in law or realty firm. n
WANTED By a good plain cook,
job in city. Call 506 E. Adams or Phone
NURSE desires to- go with patient
for summer. Phone 2SS0. r,
HAND Laundry to do, rough dry and
wash by the dozen. Phone 4845. bk
WANT to take laundry home, rough
dry or finish. 923 E. Jefferson. m
Wanted To Rent
WANTED To buy a 4-room house,
modern, from S1300 lo $2500, will pay
100 cash and $25 per month. Must
have a screen room. Box 51 B Repub.
WANTED To rent cottage at Iron
Springs for the season. Telephone 4331
Oliver King. tn
WANTED TO RENT Or lease, 3 or
4 room house, on 2 or3 acres of land.
Box 42B Kepuhlitan. ' in
Wanted To Rent
FLRMSHED house or apartment
for permanent tenant. No sick, four in
family. Call Room 12",
. WANTED-ChiidTeTTo take care bf
in the country. Address r'n.A Rpp. g
V anted Miscellaneous
I WANT YOUR FURNITURE, tools
and entire house equipment and I want
it bad enough to pay more than any
others Ford, 220-224 E. Wash. St.
Phone 1776. ,,h
FURNITURE UV ;
cash, a.so sell on commission anything
days and Saturdays. Jefferson St Auc
tion House, 1st Ave. and Jefferson St.
WANTED A used Ford, touring
ouy, crown s store. Scottsdale. ds
WANTED To hi.
truck, suitable for a furniture business.
Must be in good condition and cheap
for cash. Call or write Lower Furni
ture Co.. Giendale, Arizona. bd
MOWING, cultivating, anv kind of
tractor work. Giendale 158J11. p
3730AKTEDPekin Dl'0k SSS' Phone
' ' : n
WANTED Pasture for 6 short year-
uiib came. j--none lORo.
A GOOD second hand safe Ph'
718. ' .
FURNITURE and pvm ',i. f
Ue to sell. Jefferson St inrtin ti
auction every Thursday and Saturday
1st Ave. and Jefferson St. Call 3093 if
you wish to sell.
IF YOU want plowing done, sand,
gravel or fertilizer hauled phone 4203
or 8554. 5n
WANTED FllrnitiiT-o n "
. - " ' ' - w. an niuua,
we positively will give more than any
ane dare pay you. Give us a chance
to bid, let us convince you. We pay
cash. Call 1917. Taylor's Auction
A BUGGY', Stetson buckboard, oak
finish, in eood rpnair will ov a
value. Mrs. Lanin. Phone 19-J-4. 5-b
HIGHEST nrlfpn nail f
hides and wool. Chicago Junk Co'
t3UAn -i-.T c- .
i uuuc iioi. cevenin avenue ana banta
Fe Tracks. tf
WE REPAIR electric motors and
fans, motor rewinding. Elevators main
tained and repatred. Vinson, 13 W.
Broadway. Phone 358. tf
HIGHEST price paid xor men's
clothing, shoes -nd hats. 407 E. Wash.
Phone 4776. tf
WE PAY full value tor (urtnlturt
and household goods. Also we repair
everything. Remodeling Furniture Co.
19 S. First Ave. Phone 1.479. tf
WANTED Every person in Phoenix
who is contemplating buying oil stock
to look into the Black Lime Oil Co.
1,224 acres in Ranger oil field, capital
ized at $300,000; 6,000 shares, par value
$50; only 1,000 shares of stock for sale
in this company; 3 wells drilling at
once, 2 already started. See big illus
tration map at 118 N. Center St. In
vestigate all the rest, then you will
invest in Black Lime. L. M. Barker.
WANTED TO BUY second hand de
livery wagon, horse and harness. Phone
1787. 1001 E. Roosevelt. m
Wanted Help, Male
WANTED A boy over 16 to work at
Wood's Candy Kitchen. 144 E. Wash
mgton fst. m
UVE WIRE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
3 Cactus Way. Phone 693
Competent help sent to any place la
the state on short notice. tf
KTDFT.TVTT5 ttimtt TA-trh far tn tTunrll
high grade candy specialty. Address
Laymon candy Co., Denver, Colo. 5
WANTED Man with machine
delivery purposes. Phone 4245.
WANTED Four carpenters, none
but first class need apply. J. D. Howell
Giendale, Arizona. Phone 42. n
WANTED First class ftutomobile
repair mechanics. Apply 136 S. 2nd
WANTED Man to work in Dono
frio's Ice Cream factory. 24 N. 1st
PHONE BRAD MAN'S 498S
RELIABLE HELP FURNISHED ON
SHORT NOTICE. 117 S. FIRST ST. tf
WANTED Twelve live-wire car
penters at Litchfield, Arizona. Eats $1
per day; none better; wages $6 for 8
hours per day. See or phone Smith with
Southwest Cotton Co. tf
FIRST CLASS Japanese cook wants
a position, hole, mining camp or res
taurant. Box 86A, Republican. m
WANTED A few good agents to
solicit health and accident insurance
in the city or country, ladies or gen
tlemen. Call at 333 N. 4th Ave. before
9 o'clock, mornings and after 6 in
evening. A well established company
R. C. Barnett, district manager. k
WANTED First tfcss bushelman
$30 per week, wire or write J. E. Lay
ton, Box 1216 Jerome, Arizona. p
WANTED Men with automobiles
in all Arizona towns. Republican 97A.
, WANTED Experienced linemen.
Apply Water Users' Building. Tf
Wanted Help, Female
WANTED Experienced ready-to-wear
salesladies; must be posted on
wash dresses, waist, middies, corset,
etc. See Mr. Robinson at Boston Store.
-WASTE D WOMAN TO COOK
DINNERS FOR 3. CALL AT 126 N.
CENTRAL FOR FUTURE INFOR
MATION OR 3599. p
WILL GIVE motherly woman good
home and small wages in return for
taking care of two children during
an4 doing light housework. Ap
ply 1101 N. First St. p
WANTED Lady to demonstrate in
dry goods and grocery stores, salary
$15 per week. Apply E. A. Harter Co.,
125 N. First Ave.. Phone 1732. It
WANTED A girl or woman lor
general housework. Phone 2524. p
WANTED Fully experienced alter
ation help, for suits and dresses. Ap
ply Switzer's Style Shop, corner Adams
and First avenue. n
CALL 2904 and have your laundry
done right. p
WANTED Position as stenographer
good references. Phone 3514. p
WOMAN TO COOK Y. W. C. A,
396 N. 2nd street.
WANTED Woman for general
house work, for one or two weeks.
Phone 66S. n
WANTED Lady to do sewing at
home; clean work, good pay. Address
box 939. Phoenix. Ariz. m
WANTED Woman to cook in tne
country. Mrs. A. G. Bailey, Phone
Work no phone calls considered. Al
WANTED Woman to help with
housework hull a day. 2233 W. Jeffer
son. ' " rn
WANTED Capable woman, unin
cumbered, who speaks Spanish, to take
working interest in small confectionery
and quick lunch. Good contract given
to right party. P. O. Box 914 Mesa, n
WANTED A young girl for hotel
work. .Address' Rosa Ellis, Wickenburg,
Aru. , 7-A
Wanted Help, Female
Experienced hotel chambjrmaila.
Workers in special lines.
Women's Division U. S. Free Employ
ment Service, 31 So. Center. Phone
WANTED Colored cook, elderiv
woman preferred. Phone 4987. tf
Money to Loan
IN AMOUNTS $1,000; $2000; $3000.
Phone 2927, owner. n
. . V C (.' A V fn wmt nn in S 1 ftA -
your furniture, piano, automobile, live
stock, implements, etc Ample fund
reasonable rates, courteous treatment;
strictly confidential. Mutual Lian Co.
Phone 1336. 1600 Grand Ave. Offlc
hours 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. tf
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved city
property or for building purposes, at
lowest rates. E. E. Pascoe. 303 N. Cen
tral Ave. tf
Money to Loan
Unlimited funds to loan on improvti)
Ealt River Valley ranch lands and 'n
come business property.
DWIGHT B. HEARD
REAL ESTATE INSURANCJV
CENTER AD4M8 f
WANTED To borrow from private
party $1,000; A-l City Property se
curity. Box 31B Republican. m
LIBERTY bonds purchased for cash,
at Hill's Smoke House. Goodrjch Bids.
WANTED A loan of $250 or $300
first real estate mortgage; no agents.
Address P. O box 9"9. m
Lost and Found
FOUND Came to my place several i
weeks ago, 3 Holstein calves, owner j
prove property, pay for ad and pasture '
and take them homj. John M. Weber,
1 mile west Indian school. Phone
213 J2. p
WILL THE PARTY who found
glasses near Cashion with case, bear
ing name of Crawford, Fresno, Calif.,
call 2998. n
WANTED A nice cool room, walk
ing distance, refined gentleman. Pri
vate family preferred. Box 41B Re
STOLEN Saturday evening. 1914
Ford roadster with valuable tools. No
tify Arizona Battery ft Ignition Co. n
LOST Bill book of S. W. Coco Cola
Co. Finder please return to Coco Cola
Co., 6 th Ave. and Jefferson.
less eyeglasses, chain with black but-
ton. Jteturn to itepiumcan. rtewarq. m
FOUND 2 year old heifer Holstein,
brand on left' hip (triangle) ; left ear
cropped off, also young pack mule
branded A; also D on left jaw. Call
LOST 7 miles west on the Yuma
road. 1 repeating Winchester shot gun.
No. 142079, model 1897, 12 gauge. Re
turn to sheriff's office. dg
TWO male calves came to my raneu
March 5; one brown and one black and
white spotted. Mr. James Dunn, 4
miles west of Phoenix, between Buck
eye and Yuma roads. 5-dr
LOST Chandler auto wire wheel,
with U. S. tire complete, suitable re
ward. Phone 38 Giendale. tf
LOST Probably at Indian dance
Saturday night, closed face Elgin
watch, also chain and gold knife. Ini
tials S. M. on watch and on knife. Lib
eral reward for return to Republican
LOST ThlirarinV i.tW00n Phnoniv
Hassayampa river one 35x5 Firestone
cord tire rim and cover. Return to
Dorris Heyman and receive $25.00 re
tIST RlnU -i n,4 U'hitA Ifin nnrull.
- " ...... VU. punui,
down town section. Phone 4561. m
LOST Small white fox terrier;
black spot over each eye: blind in one
eye; answers to name of Sketer. $5
reward if returned to Indian school
sanatorium. W. H. Gadd. m
SMALL BAKERY for sale, doinsr
good business in good locality and good
buy. Selling on account of sickness.
Box 60A Republican. tf
PECOS OIL & GAS I own mineral
right to Sec. 16, Elk. 54, Twp. 4 Reeves,
5 and 10 acre tracts. Price $4.00 per
acre while it lasts, drilling in every di
rection from this land. C. J. Green,
Pecos, Tex. m
HAVE oil lease on New Mexico oil
land; want party to finance. Box 30B.
WANTED A person who can in
vest $8,000 and assume the manage
ment of a well established and profit
able automobile agency. Address 15B
Arizona Republican. m
CENTRALLY located restaurant do
ing big business, seats 55 people, booths
for ladies, cold drink bar and root beer
stand in connection. Sale forced by
litigation. $600 cash and easy terms
on balance. Phone 1799,, or call at
301 Fleming block. 1
ATTRACTIVE opportunity for man
with some capital to go into general
garage business in Mesa. Good loca
tion, large building for lease or partner
ship. Have no garage equipment. Ad-
dress box 56 or phone 4. Mesa .
fc'flR SAI.R Viraf filns. tvtttttt i n cr lin
tel in Bisbee, Ariz. Part cash, balance
terms. For particulars address Box
641, Bisbee, Ariz. p
WANTED To get in correspondence
with parties who have improved land
to rent Sept. 1st for winter crop. Ad
dress F. Dyer, 505 N. Jackson St., Al
bany. Ga. r
CLOSE IN, furnished apartment,
bath, screen porch. 23F:ast Monroe.
C. D. DILLINGHAM has sold his
stock of merchandise at West End
store to J. E. Anderson. bb
EIGHTY ACRES relinquishment un
der Paradise Veroe project, well lo
cated; for particulars address Repub
lican Box 1234. ; p
ANYONE knowing the wrereabouts
of Everett Undrwood. kindly phone
8918 or call at 1214 E. Monroe. n
WANTED 1 to 5 passengers for trip
to Tucson, Friday morning. 716 East
t HEREBY notifv all real f-statn
agents not to try to sell my acreage
after this date, as the Live Wire Re
alty Co. has the exclusive listing. P. E.
Childers. . dr
Auto Time Table
UNION AUTO TRANSPORTATION
Hourly service between Phoenix,
Tempe and Mesa, Two hour service
between Mesa and Chandler.
7 a. m. to 11 p. m.
Connections made with Gilbert and
Goodyear cotton camps.
H No. Center ' Phone 711
OVER APACHE TRAIL
Union Auto Transportation Company
CADILLAC "8" SERVICE
Globe-Miami via Roosevelt Dam
Leave Globe-Miami 8:30 a. m. daily..
Leave Phoenix S:2tr a. m. daily.
Office 42 South Center Phone 1465
JOHN DEERE MOWERS
Easy Cutting interests every man who is going to buy a mower. Power
at the Knife is what is wanted. The Dain Vertical Lift Mower has
strong cutting qualities because of the economical transmission of power
from the drive wheels. It is a well known fact that any pair of Gears
working together has a tendency to push out of Mesh. The heavier the
work the greater the tendency. By setting the Gears on the Dain so
this thrust action ef one pair opposes that of the other, the thrust is
neutralized. The Gears always runs true and free on the bearings. Each
Gear Keeps the other in mesh and running on the correct pitch line.
Thereby making the mower easy of draft and a powerful cutter. We
sell it under a very strong Guarantee as to its Cutting qualities, and dur
ability. We would be pleased to have you call and look it over.
THE RYAN VEHICLE
134-140 E. Adams St.
Auto Time TaUe
GUILLIAM S STAGE LINE
TOLLESON CASHION AVONDALE
Stages leave First and Washington
streelB at 8 a. m, 10 a. m, VI tu m,
I p. m., 4 p. m. and 6 p. m.
Telephone 4183. U
EARLY MORNING STAGE for
Tempe or Mesa. Leave Arizona Re
rublican office at 4:30 a. D . daily.
Phone 3642. W. J. Rose. tf
AWNING AND CWPlrfO SEASON
now on. We make everything known
tl.at will fool the rain and sun. Phoe
nix Tent & Awning Co, corner First
a nd Monroe sts Phone 1 4 1 1 tf
SPIRILLA corsets. Mrs. Kuhlwilm
nd Miss Smith, Phone 1442 or call
128 North Third street. tf
Hides and Furs
WE PAY highest prices for hides
and sheep pelts. Effron & Co., 1009 E.
Madison, phone 1832 tf
TOU PHONE US, we know how.
Phone 733, Electric Carpet Cleaners.
CHfROPODY Bunions, corns, cal
louses removed; painless and blood
less; 50c each; moles, warts, etc., re
moved by eleet-icity 29-31 East Ad
ams St. Fnni; Parley. Phmie 1704. tf
ADJUSMENTS A public health ne
cessity, G. D Glaus. D. C. 35 E. Wash
Ington Ftreet. Phone r'fl4. tf
DR. E. E HELFRICH. licensed chi
ropractor. 218 '.4 West Washington.
r.one 4so:j. tf
1" i iii"'-i'aiMivi-f i i Wirf- it j-t
CLASSIQUE DEN STUDIO Call
Naomi Davidson, 2704, and stop your
hair from falling; grow new hair.
Shampoo 50c and 75c; soft water.
Cniropody, work guaranteed. 27 N.
Central Ave., Stroud bldg., rooms 207
and 20S. 5m
CHARLES W COLE, exnert niano
tuninEr and rpnniriner. Plavpr ninnon n
specialty. Consult me for prices. Phone
I4hir. KesKience 1 1 1 4 w. jacKFon. ft
IIAZZA .D & MILLAR
B06 Central bldg.. Sixth an . Mam. L. A.
H. Miller. 8 yrs. examiner U. S. Pat. Of.
Hazzard's Book on latent: Free tf
Lawn Mowers Sharpened
LAWN Mowers sharpened and re
paired. Phoenix Cycle Co., 108 E.
Adams St.. Phone 1717. obp
Follow the Red Barn
For Gaited Saddle Horses and
Good drivers and Rigs.
E. A. Starr Livery. Phone 1083
742 West Van n tf
PUBLIC stenography and book
keeping. Room 19 Donofrio bldg. 6p
MHS HOUGHTON, 4uS Fleminit.
Phone 1789. tf
SULPHUR VAPOR BATHS. $1.50:
shower 35c La lies' dept., 137 N. Cen
tral. Phone 4215. tf
ELECTRIC Cabinet Sweat , vapor
and shower baths. Nurse in attend
ance for ladies. De Marvel institute.
121 N. First Ave. tt
j ! nosier and Storage
CHAMBERS TRANSFER AND
STORAGE CO. Any kint". of hauliu.
Fi-eproof storage Phone l"S2 or 3525.
DR. J. C. McGRATH. Veterinarian
rel. 4265. 107 W. .lpff.'rson. tf
LATEST designs in vrall paper,
tints, varnishes, paints. Deputy, 30
South Second avenue. Phone 4294. First
class work at reasonable prices. tf
Undertaking & Embalming
MOORE & McLELLAN
Funeral directors and embalmers.
159 W. Adnms ?t. Phone 801. tf
J. T. Whitney 4
New location. 134 W. Adams, t
THE GEO. F. MERRYMAN CO., 124
N. SECOND ave. Phona 651. tf
AMERICAN WINDOW CLEANERS
Janitor work, windows cleaned, land
scaping, gardening. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Estimates furnished. Phone
PROPOSALS FOR TEXTBOOKS
Sealed proposals for textbooks for
the common schools of Arizona for a ,
period of five years will be received
at the office of the State Department
of Education until 12 o'clock noon. May
6, 1919. and will be opened immediately f
thereafter. Proposals must be directed
to C. O. Case, Secretary of the State
Board of Education, and be endorsed,
"Proposals for Textbooks." A certified
check for $300 must accompany each
Bids are invited for text books to
cover the subjects of Language and
Grammar for grades 3 to 8 inclusive
and additional text books on the sub
jects of Human Anatomy and Physiol
ogy for upper grammar grades. United
States History with European back
ground of intermediate grammar
grades. Home Economics for upper
grammar grades, Reading for 7th and
8th grades (Literary Content Readers).
Sample copies of the books bid upon
must be filed with the State Depart
ment of Education and with each mem
ber of the State Board of Education
before bids are opened.
Successful bidders will be required
to enter into contracts and give bonds
in sufficient amounts to indemnify the
State in case of any delinquency.
Bids must state a wholesale intro
ductory and exchange price on books
offered and all bidders must submit
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 o
not less than 100 pounds.
(b) A bid same as (a) f. o. b. Phoe
nix. (c) A bid same as (a) f. o. b. pub
lisher's shipping points.
(d) A bid per book f. o. b. cars at
a central depot, Chicago, books to ba
packed and labelled as ordered by
properly authorized State Officials. '
Said bids shall be made with the un
derstanding that books shall be han
dled through such depository or deposi
tories as may be designated by 11
State Board of Education.
The Board reserves the right lo re
Ject any or all bids or parts of bids.
C. O. CASE.
Secretary, State Board of Education!
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
The Board of Directors of the Ari
zona Deaconess Hospital and Horn
invite bids for the complete finishing
of a hospital building and powerhouse
certain portions of which have been
constructed under contracts now near
ing completion; and for the installation
of plumbing, heating, refrigerating and
electrical system in accordance wjth
plans and specifications therefor which
may be seen at the office of the
architect, V. O. Wallingford, Goodrich
Building, Phoenix, Arizona.
Bids will be received up to 2 o'clock
p. tn. on Monday, May 21, and there
after considered. j
Each proposal shall be accompanied
by a certified check for five per cent
of the amount thereof, which check is
intended to guarantee the intent of
bidder to enter into contract for his
portion of the proposed work at tha
Checks will be returned to unsuc
cessful bidder on demand.
The right is reserved to reject any or
all proposals received.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
BIDS will be received "at the office of
the City Clerk of the City of Phoenix,
Arizona until 2 o'clock P. M., Mondav,
May 26th, 1919, for Three Thousar?.!
(3,000) Feet of Rubber Lined, Double
Jacket, Cotton FIRE HOSE, 2'4 inchc.
in diameter in 50-foot lengths, each
length to be fitted with couplings as
per sample to be furnished.
All hose : hall be made according to
specifications of the Underwriters'
Laboratories. Inc., Chicago, Illinois.
Each bid must be accompanied by a
certified check in the amount of
$300.00, made payable to the City of
The right is hereby reserved to re
ject any and all bids and to waive any
informalities in any proposal.
Underwriters' label will be required
on all hose furnished under these bids.
V. A. THOMPSON,
May 2nd, 1919.
FLYING BELOW SEA LEVEL
Readers of the dispatches of General
Allenby who was the general in charge
of the operations in Palestine, unfa
miliar with the peculiarities of the
Dead sea, were not a little puzzled at
his description of British airplanes iy
ing 400 feet below sea level. But refer
ence to a geography brought the in
formation which solved the riddle; the
Dead sea lies 1.292 feet below the sur
face of the Mediterranean, so that air- '
planes sailing 400 feet below sea level
were still at an elevation of 292 leei.
Lessons in geography abound in the
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