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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1920
(Section Two)
PAGE SEVEN
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WAXTKD-To buy, w.cker wheel
cha:r. Call Mrs. A. F. Hoggren, Annex
Hotel. d
WANTED What have "you got for
a house northeast that you would sell
and take $350 in cash and a lot on East
McKinley as first payment, and good
tnonthly payments on balance. Phone
1997 or call at 17 W. Adams. Ask for
Mr. Slrois. lt
WAXTED Year's lease. 5 -room
house. Adults no sick. Any time be
fore Sept. 15. Phone 1S35. tf
WANTED to rent at once 4 or 5
room furnished house by responsible
Party. Rent reasonable. B. O. Stover.
care Diehl Shoe Co. d
AVANTED Business man and wife,
good health, no child rpn. want tn rpnt
WANTED TO RENT
, W furnished house or apartment not later
-L? t an SeDt- 15th. State price and loca
,H tlon. Box: 2U, Republican. d
WANTED Six or seven-room house
furnished. Kenilworth district pre-
ferred. Address Box 10S, Republican.
. ; k
ONE or two very nicely furnished
rooms with sleeping porch and bath:
must be close in; private home pre
ferred. Phone 1370. Box 1SQ. Repub
lican, tf
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS 21
Liberty Bonds
BOUGHT FOR CASH
B. H. Dodt
2 WEST
MS
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WANTED to hire or buy a motor
cycle. Must be in good order and
cheap. Phone 2929. d
WANTED to buy about 10 tons of
loose hay; would consider crop slight
ly damaged. Central Ave. Dairy. tf
WANTED Piano, second hand, for
cash. Box 26R, Republican. tf
FOR RENT A piano. Phone 8781. g
WANTED A light rig for Shetland
pony. Phone 205J5. g
BRING US YOUR OLD fcACKS
Phoenix Seed &
Feed Co.
125 EAST JEFFERSON ST. tf
I CAN PAY you more for your sec
ondhand goods and sell for less. O. K.
Exchange, 14th St. and van iJuren.
Phcne 8029. ; tf
"I MEAN IT." Highest price paid
for furniture, clothing and 6hoes. Ari
eona Supply House, 341 E. Washington.
Phone 1476. tf.
FOPDS store 220 E. Wash, will buy
all or part of your furniture, hard
ware or tools or guns. Spot cash.
Phone 1776. tf
SECOND-HAND GUNS bought, sold,
repaired. PINNEY & ROBINSON. tf
WE want to buy all your furniture,
household goods, tools, harness or any
thing of value. When you get ready
to sell, call 3093. We will give more
than any one. Jefferson Street Auc
tion House. tf
HIGHEST price paid for men's
clothing, shoes and hats. 467 E. Wash.
Fhone 4776. tf
WANTED Piano, second-hand, for
cash. Box 26R, Republican. tf
SECOND-HAND GUNS bought, sold,
repaired. PINNEY & ROBINSON, tf
WANTED To buy bees. Elison Wil
son. Florence. Ariz. Pox 55. tf
WANTED Butcher stock of all
kinds. 206 W. Wash. Star Market.
Phone 1885. tf
WANTED 100 dressers, in any con
dition; highest price paid. Phone
4640. tf
FEED WANTED for 140 head of cat
tle. Reasonable distance from city.
Not particular about the class of feed.
Call or write Arizona Live Stock Com
mission Co Phone 3046. 31 W. Jef
1" rson. ; t
WANTED HELP. MALE
22
WANTED Man familiar with auto
parts and accessories. Must be honest,
energetic and come well recommended.
Good wages to right man. Steinberg
Auto Wrecking Co. 421 N. Center. tf
MAN to hang draperies and window
shades. Prefer experienced man; but
will give bright young man opportun
ity to learn. Ann. Dorris-Heyman Fur
niture Co. before 9:30 a. m. b
WANTED COMPETENT SEED
COTTON BUYER. STATE EXPERI
ENCE. QUALIFICATIONS. ETC. BOX
S7R REPUBLICAN. d
NOTICE
The Star Employment and Real Es
tate Office furnishes all clas3 of labor
on short notice. 214 W. Washington
Phone 3514. HENRY ROSECRANS. tf
WANTED Two first-class painters.
Talbot Paint Co.. Tempe. b
EXPERIENCED CLEANER AND
PRESSER WANTED. WRITE OR
WIRE THE TOGGERY, BOX 50
JEROME, ARIZ. n
LIVE WIRE EMPLOYMENT AGCY
3 Cactus Way. Phone 693
Competent help sent to any place In
the state on short notice.
See us for first class cotton pickers
tf
COLORADO CHIQUITA
Rmnlovment and real estate. All
kinds of help furnished n short notice.
17 South Second St. Phone 1727. W.
C. Weller, Prop. 9dg
IF YOU NEED COTTON PICKERS
SEE ERADMAN, 17 S. 1st St. tl
RELIABLE EMPLOYMENT OF
FICE. 233 S. Central. Phone 1773. Good
cotton pickers furnished, any number.
t
SPANISH AMERICAN EMPLOY
MENT AGENCY, 606 S. Central.
Phone 3773. Mexican cotton pickers
furnished, farmers or single men. tf
LONG'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Ship any part of state. Phone 624.
4 1 Wall St. Cor Jefferson St. tf
" RHONE BRADM A N 4 9 &S
PHOENIX EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
RELIABLE HELP FURNISHED ON
SHORT NOTICE. 117 S. 1ST ST. tf
SARGENTS EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
E. H. SARGENT
Skilled and unskilled la' r on short
notice. 26 S. First St. Phone 4243. tf
WANTED Carpenters. The Foun
dation Company. 102 N. Central Ave.
ti
Three Blackssmiths
wanted at the Chandler Blacksmith
Shop. $9-00 Pt day. Phone 94. d
WANTED A man to do upholster-
ingwork. See King stage o. g
"W A N TED Fi r s t class experienced
credit man. Give full particulars in
first letter; good proposition. Box 70R
reonubl'f3"- -
yNTED Men handy with saw
. , to work on school house:
out of town. JVinX ...
hnnfi 110.15.
Wooden.
d
""WANTED-
A good man to work in
caoline service str
nivis. r,01 N. Cent
station. Apply . M.
er. 1
-VTKL) Experienced baker. Ap
rlv
prttid s li.iKory. j
"W ANTED -IJooKKeopiT posting ma
Apply Tempo National Bank
'WANT
high cla;
several salesmen to
s ir.-.'v .-tment propos
See M r. x- io u. -v-10
a. in.
22
WANTED First class automobile
electrician; others need not apply.
Exide Battery station, 35 X. Third Ave.
k
IF YOU want cotton pickers or any
other reliable help, call
CENTRAL, EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
" 15 WALE ST. PHONE 4668 tf
WANTED HELP, FEMALE 23
WANTED An experienced cashier.
Amfrican Kitchen. g
PERMANENT position to experi
enced house girl. 364 N. Fourth Ave.
Phone 1931. lt
WANTED Young or middle aged
housekeeper in country. Box 36R, Re
publican. tf
WANTED Middle aged Woman to
assist with housework and care of chil
dren; no washing. Phone 2069 or call
919 N. Central. d
WANTED Young lady to do house
work and take care of children. 805 N.
8th Ave. Mrs. Parks. 1
E X P E R I E N C E D chambermaid
wanted. 546 W. Adams. d
GIRL for general housework;
girl preferred. Phone 36S4.
Indian
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WIDOWER wants housekeeper to
care for two children in his home in
country near town. Box 54R, Repub
lican. d
WANTED Middle aged lady to do
housework; -no washing. Phone 3825.
d
WANTED A competent woman as
a mother's helper. Call after 9 o'clock
mornings, at 45 W. Willetta St. gb
WANTED Man and wife or woman
who would care for children and be
interested in running chicken and rab
fit on small place near Indian school.
Call evenings. 1005 E. Taylor. b
SPECIAL CLASS IN SHORTHAND
will recite from 5:15 to 6:15, beginning
Monday, Oct. 4, at the Gregg Short
hand School, 2nd Floor Chamber of
Commerce Bldg. tf
EXPERIENCED MILLINERY
MAKER. APPLY MORNINGS.
GOLD WATER & BRO. jb
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
Fall term begins September 7th. En
roll now. Positions secured for gradu
ates. 2nd Floor, Chamber of Com
merce Bldg. Temporary entrance out
side stairway. n
WANTED A white woman or girl
for housecleaningr and to do the work
thoroughly. Phone 8611. 1021 E. Polk.
. d
WANTED Young lady going to
Phoenix High school or Business col
lege for company to lady in refined
home. No charges forYoom, and board
very reasonable. Address 27 W. Wil
letta or phone 2674. b
WANTED School teacher that can
quali'fy for public school teaching to
take country school. See George Berry,
Orange Blossom. Mesa. Phono 307R. k
WHITE WOMAN, housekeeper, four
in family; have second girl, no wash
ing. Call 602 North Seventh St. d
WANTED Young lady to operate
private telephone exchange. Box 47Q,
Republican. tf
WANTED Competent bookkeeper-
stenographer; good position for ca
pable girl. Thornton Typewriter Co,
22 W. Adams. tf
WANTED HELP. MALE AND
FEMALE 24
CLERKS (men, women) over 17 for
Postal Mail Service. $135 month. Ex
aminations September. Experience un
necessary. For free particulars write
J. Leonard (former civil service ex
aminer), 709 Equitable Bldg., Wash
ington. D. C. S
WANTED Man and wife to cook at
mining camp. Communicate witn
White Metal Mining Co., Kelvin, Ari
zona, m
MONEY TO LOAN
25
TO LOAN $3500 on real estate.
Call
tf
3611.
CHATTEL LOANS EASY TO GET
in sums up to $300 at lawful rates on
your furniture, piano, automobile, live
stock, implements, etc. Repay in small
monthly installments, if desired; am
ple funds; just and courteous treat
ment; strictly confidential. People's
Loan and Invest Co.. 23 East Washing
ton St. Phone 1396. tf
MONEY TO LOAN on improved city
property or for building purposes, at
lowest rates. E. E. Pascoe, 10 est
Van Buren St. tf
WISH to borrow $1200 or $1500 on
high class improved city property.
Liberal interest. Bx 9R Republican, b
LOST AND FOUND
WHEEL hub No.
23-4 Vi; cut tube,
lican.
76; Goodyear tire.
Box 56R, Repub
d FOUND Gray mare, weight about
1200; and brown mule. City Pound,
Tempe. b
STRAYED Dark brown young
mare, unbranded, well bred, three white
feet, white face, wire cut left front
foot. Notify Homes Ranch. TeL 10R5,
Tempe. d
LOST A white poodle dog with yel
low spot on tail. About 3 months' old.
Peking Restaurant. Reward $2.50. g
LOST Black mare, about 1400 lbs.
No brand no marks or blemishes,
one star in forehead. Reward. Phone
163J5. d
LOST Bay horse mule weight about
1200 lbs., halter tied on with cotton
rope. Reward. Hearne Bros Cashion
Store. g
HAS some honest person found a
lady's black leather purse? Lost either
at Riverside park or on Central Ave.
If so please return to Republican of
fice and receive reward. g
LOST Boxing medal; owner's name
on back. Return to 8 N. 12th St. Re
ward. , g
LOST Pair of glasses, tortoise shell,
duplex lens. Thomas Co-Operative Co.
g
STRAYED Bay pony mare, weight
about 800 lbs. Salem Ackel, 94 Monte
Vfsta St. Phone 2591. g
LOST 34x4 cord tire and rim on
Lower Buckeye Road. Reward of $15
for return. 210 N. Morris St. Mesa, d
BUSINESS CHANCES
27
ONE of the best; paying businesses
in Phoenix, established for years and
the leader in its line, wants to expand
in its field and therefore is considering
the acceptance of a partner who will
invest probably $10,000. Such a partner
is to be in charge of the office. This
proposition is absolutely first class in
every respect and invites full investi
gation. If you are interested in this
opportunity address Box 19Q. Repub-
h'can.
1 1
SILK INDUSTRY
Now is the time to plant mulberry
trees. Aduress C. W. Wells, Box 338.
Phoenix. d
MUST sacrifice furniture and lease
of S rooms real close in immediate
possession Consider Liberty Bonds.
Ford, or lot as part payment. Phone
Owner. 2?31 for appointment. lt
i-'Oi; SALE $ 1 5,000 stock of dry
o'ld.--. shoes, men's, women's and chil-r-?n's
furnishing goods and ready-to-.
ca r. in on of ihr best smHll towns in
WANTED HELP MALE
.5 I Anztin.i. Stock in best of condition
handle a j ; ivi was bought right. Good chance
tion; no ! to buy a well established business. C.
Monihon j A. Robinson, care I M Layton, Saf
'i 1 ford, Ariz. 1
BUSINESS CHANCES 27 j
FOR SALE GARAGE AND SHOP
EQUIPMENT; ONE OR THREE
YEARS LEASE. $350. 322 W. JEF
FERSON. ?
FOR SALE Garage and shop equip
ment; one or three years lease, $350.
322 W. Jefferson. d
WILL build 3 -room house in ex
change for rent. What have you to
offer? McMurruy, 9 South 16th St. d
WANTED A good live real estate
salesman to open office in Phoenix
with me on equal basis. Write for ap
pointment. Address Arizona Repub
lican, Box 55R.
SMALL rooming house for Gale, cen
trally located. Would make good of
fices. 27 E. Adams St.. up stairs. k
WHAT red-blooded man or woman
will help me further to develop large
body of gold, silxer and copper ore
which is already contracted for?
Phone 1559 or address Mining Engin
eer, 25 W. Linwood Ave. d
I OWN all interests in the most ef
ficient irrigation pump in the world.
Will give half interest in any state ex
cept Arizona, for money to build and
demonstrate plant at state fair. Box
63R. Republican. 1
AMERICAN Cafe at Glendale, Ariz.,
for sale by owner at a bargain if taken
at once. The best place in town;
good trade. 5.
An Income From the
Start Close In
Bargain
HOTEL ALL FURNISHED, POS
SESSION TODAY. TWO STORE
ROOMS RENTED BY YEAR. LOT 50
xl40 IS WORTH $20,000 BESIDES A
GOOD BRICK BUILDING 50x140 IN
GOOD CONDITION. BUY THIS AND
START OFF WITH A GOOD INCOME.
SEE OSCAR IRVIN WITH JOHN L.
IRVIN REALTY. 11 N. 1ST. AVE.
PHONE 3096. d
PERSONALS
23
WOULD LIKE to engage passage
with someone going to California Fri
day or Saturday this week. Call 4306.
Ask for Mr. Reynads. ' lt
YOUNG lady. 9 years old, wishes
board In refined home near school.
Box 64R, Republican. d
ANNOUNCEMENTS
29
MAUD H. Diedrick's class in Span
ish; Monday. Wednesday and Fri'day
evenings. hour lessons; special
offer to those who start now. 606 S.
Center. d
SPECIAL NOTICES
30
COMMERCIAL DETECTIVE BU
REAU. Investigations of all kinds.
Hours, 9-12 and 1-5. Room 13, 11 West
Adams. Phone 1395.' tf
DANCE MUSIC
Four pieces available call 1370 busi
ness hours; ask for Dana, 9g
WE clean and
hats to your order.
11 N Center.
block all kinds of
Athens Hat Works.
tf
THE FOLLOWING LIST of live
stock is being held by Babbitt & Cow
den at Cashlon. Arizona, the owner can
have the same by calling at the ranch
and paying damages and for the pub
lication of this notice, otherwise the
stock will be turned over to the Live
stock Sanitary Board to be Bold. All
stock Is branded with an inverted
with hook on end.
One Pinto mare branded left
shoulder.
One bay yearling mare branded on
left shoulder.
One pinto suckling colt unbranded.
One brown coming two years Old
gelding unbranded.
One pinto mare branded left k bould
er DX left thigh.
One brown yearling mare mule
branded Z on left shoulder, on right
shoulder.
One bay mare branded on left shoul
der, on left thigh.
One bay suckling colt, unbranded.
One pinto mare branded left should
er, on left thigh.
One pinto colt, unbrasdtJ
One pinto mare, unbranded.
One bay colt, unbranded.
One roan mare brmded on left
shoulder.
One bay mare brandad left shoulder
M Bar H right forearm.
One bay two-year-old Jack mule,
branded on left shoulder.
Ono brown mare branded F Bar 6
left thigh.
One bay mare branded on left
shoulder.
One bay yearling gelding branded on
left shoulder.
One bay mare branded on left
shoulder.
One bay mare branded on left
shoulder.
One bay colt, unbranded.
Black gelding colt, branded cn left
shoulder.
One bay mare colt, branded on left
shoulder.
One sorrel gelding branded on left
shoulder. d
NOTICE to all real estate dealers:
My property on N. 2nd Ave., north of
Osborn road, is off the market. II. L.
Mullen. . lt
ONE OF THE most fashionable
apartment houses in Phoenix long lease
Completely furnished. Geo. L.
Trimble. 1 1 Vi W. Wash. d
WE WILL PAY 25c each for 2 copies
of The Arizona Republican of June 20,
1920 in good condition. Mr. King, cir
culation department. The Arizona Re
publican. Phoenix. Arizona. d
ATTENTION, CONTRACTORS!
Elect'-'! floor sander to rent ty day.
Herl .t Mann Building Co., Phone
3059. tf
MRS. RAE Hair Dressing Parlor
moved to 31 South Third Ave. Phone
3260. tf
NOTICE
The Five Points Wood & Coal Yard
will be closed until September 10. tf
NOTICE to all real estate dealers.
have withdrawn my 2V4 acres, located
on Tempe road, off the market. Wm.
A. Stern. at
ACCOUNTANTS
JOHN W. WAGNER
Certified Public Accountant. Room 3.
Central Bldg. N. Cent. Phone 1223
AUTO TIME TABLE
GULLIAM'S STAGE LINE
VOLLESON CASHION ..VON DALE
LITCHFIELD
Stages leave First and Washington
streets at 8 a. m.. 10 a. m. 12 noon.
2 p. m. 4 p. m. and 6 p. m.
Telephone 1S3
AUTO REPAIRING
Automobile repairing, overhaul.Yig a
specialty. Cheap rate, first class me
chanic. 817 W. Jefferson. Phone 2S35.
9-dm
AUTO PAINTING
FIVE POINTS AUTO PAINT SHOP
5C2 XV. Van Buren St. Phone 4 290.
Largest and best equipped shop in the
state. Exnert work. Rates very low.
One year written guarantee. tf
DETROIT AUTO- PAINT SHOP
6li S. Central Ave. Phone 4677
tf
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
GEO. C. CRAGO
25 W. Monroe St. Phone 649 tf
WELDON J. BAILEY
O'Nein Bids. Phone 1958
tf
AWNINGo
MEDIUM and heavy grade tents, all
size, made to order. We mak3 every
thing known that will fool rain and
sun. Phoenix Tent Awning Co.. corner
First and Monroe Sts Phone 1411 tf
BICYCLES
PHOENIX CYCLE COMPANY
Harry Crandall. Prop.
108 East Adams Phone 1717
tf
KING BROTHERS
110 E. Adams
CARPET CLEANING
IF YOU WANT your carets cleaned
clean, phone 733. The Electric Carpet
ClCT'T". tf
CHIROPRACTIC
DR. E. E. HELFK1CH, licensed chi
ropractor. Phone 4949. 209 N. First
St. Back again. Office 1 ours 7 to 12. tf
CHIROPODIST
CHIROPODY Dunlons. corns, cal
louses removed; yainless and blood
less; 50c each; moles, warts, etc., re
moved by electricity. 29-31 E. Adams
St. Frank Shirley. Phone 1704. tf
CORSETIERE
SP1RELLA COHSETILRE. Mrs.
Kuhlwilm. 706 W. Madison. Phone 1442.
CONSULTING ENGINEER
W. T. PIERCE
Consulting Engineer
201 Monihon Bldg., Phoenix. Ariz.
Residence phone 8099; office phone 605.
Specialist on municipal improve
ments, design and construction. tf
CONTRACTOR AND CJILDER
CKISMAN CO.
General contractors. EstI .ates fur
nished. No building too large or smalL
21 S 5th .Ave. Phone 1S23 tf
CARPENTkR WORK
CARPENTER work, repairing. Job
bing. Phone 3960. G. A. Jones. 1638
E. Van Buren.
PRES5MAKINO
DRESSMAKING Plair. and fancy
sewing. Mrd. L. F. Hoeffel. 1033 East
Moreland. tf
DRESSMAKING AND ART
NEEDLEWORK
Mi?? Smith. Room 31 Annex Hotel.
tf
DIRT HAULING
IF YOU WANT good fertilizer for
lawns Dirt Hauled. Plowing. Call
4203. . 9-gs
DRESSES AND SHIRTS
Housedresses, Bungalow Aprons, and
Nurses Uniform made to measure
We Specialize in
Mlddv Blouses and Men's Shirts
MANNING APRON CO.
Phone 2405 Second Ave. and Monroe tf
DISC SHARPENING
COLD rolled disc sharpening. No
grinding. Smallest cultivator to larg
est l low discs. R. V. . -t 707 S.
Center Phone 1727. tf
DENTISTS
DR. MORRISON
Sanitary System
Phone 3ns? 3fi E. Washington
tf
ELECTRICAL DEALERS
VINSON BROS. & CARTER
Electrical supplies. contr-ting, mo
tor winding, rep-irs. 28 N. Second
Ave Phone 3598 tf
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Send us your order for Grapefruit.
Oranges and all other assorted fruits.
Shipping is our specialty.
SANITARY FRUIT CO.
616 West Van Ruren Street tf
FURNITURE REPAIRED
MARE ISLAND Furniture Shop. I
repair your furniture, do your pack
ing and refinishing. 906 S. 1st St.
Phone 8767. tf
FLOOR SCRAPERS
Old floors sanded by machinery to
look like new. Herbert Mann Build
ing Co.. 119 N. First Ave. Phone 3059. tf
For quick service and good work
phone W. E. Smith at 8633 from 4 p. m.
to 7 p. m. tr
INSURANCE
J. E. GEARE
New location. 142 W. Wash. St.
Fire. Auto Ins.. Loans. Notary Public
IRRIGATION PUMPING
PLANTS Clark-Monteith Engineer-
lng Co., 17 W. Adams. Phone 1997. tf
JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER
M. Meckler & Co., 30a E. Washington.
expert watchmaker and Jeweler! tf
' CHAS. A. fcSHELDON
106 N. First Ave. Phone 3685
LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED
Neal sharpens, repairs, buys, sells
anything. 202 N. Ninth St. Phone 4640.
tt
LIVERY STABLES
E. A. STARR LIVERY
SADDLERS, DRIVERS and RIGS. 742
WEST VAN BUREN. PHONE 1063. tf
MILLINERY
LADIES' HAT SHOP
Olu hats remodeled. 115 E. Roosevelt
MACHINES
FAIRBANKS, Morse & Co., engines,
pumps, motors, etc. Smith Hughes &
Co., Third Ave. and Jefferson. Phone
606. tf
MECHANICAL ENGINEER
E. T. ADAMS. M. E.
136 N. CENTRAL AVE.
tf
MINING ENGINEERS
FRED H. BOWLER
Prescott, Ariz.
Mines examined ana reported on;
Arizona mines especially; certified
member A. A. of E. tf
NAVAJO RUGS
Genuine Navajo Rugs and Blankets.
MRS. E. W. WHEELER
S06 N. 2nd St. Phone 2S7
ORCHESTRA
MUSIC furnished for all occasions.
Phone 3467. tf
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Notary public, Mrs. Cravens at 4(
K. Adams. Phone 1080. tt
MISS HOUGHTON
Bldg. Phone 1789.
4US
Fleming
tf
PIANO AND VOICE INSTRUCTIONS
MRS. .1. O. SHOOK.
Phone 3467.
727 E.
Adams,
tf
PIANOS AND PLAYERS
PIANOS AND PLAYERS
Largest stock of hich grade instru
ments in Arizona. Bargains In used
pianos. Repairs and refinishing.
R E D E W I L L' S
222 West Washington Street
PIANO TUNNING
S. L. HAMILTON. Piano Tunr.
Seventeenth year in Phoenix. Phone
3206.
PRODUCE
For table use and canning.
Phoenix Fruit and Produce Company.
Phone 1780 1402
101 West Jefferson tf
PAINT SUPPLIES
MRS. DEPUTY'S
PAINT AND WALL PAPER STORE
Stock reducing sale, beginning Sept.
1. Worth while savings on all wall
paper and i aint.
Painting and decorating in all its
branches. Estimates furnished. Phone
4294. 30 S. Second Ave. k
MATHEWS PAINT CO.. 128 S.
FIRST AVE., WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL DEALERS IN PAINTS.
OILS. VARNISHES, BRUSHES. ETC.
PHONE 1259. PROMPT DELIVERY.
PHOTOGRAPHERS
For Fine Portraits
THE RUSSELL STUDIO
Phone 4SS. TF. E. Wash irisrton. tf
REAL ESTATE OFFICES
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
W. S. DORM AN
S15 W. Washington. Phone 627 tf
CENTRAL ARIZONA LAND CO.
Specialty Casa Grande Valley Lands.
415 National Bank of Arizona Building
ROY NEBLETT REALTY CO.
110 North Central Phone 1708
tf
D WIGHT B. HEARD
Insurance Loans
Investments Real Estate
CENTRAL AND ADAMS tf
Real Estate Loans . Insurance
FRANK R. STEWART
M. of R. B. PHONE 1631
Phone 1997 17 W. Adams St. tf
RADIATOR REPAIRING
C. K. SEFTON
es:
E. Washington. Phon 1577. tf
REFRIGERATION PLANTS
Clark-Monteith Engineering Co.
17 W. Adams St. Phone 1997
tf
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Everything in music, expression
language and dancing. Phone 1009. tf
STORAGE BATTERIES
STORAGE BATTERIES
Manufacturers of batteries and elec
trical appliances.
PHOENIX AUTO ELECTRICAL CO.
407 W. Washineton tf
SWEEPING COMPOUND
It cleans, protects and disinfects
Phone 2099. 707 E. Brill. Phoenix
Sweeping Compound Co. tf
TIRE5
GENUINE Caterpillar tires save you
money and trouble. Also cars for sale.
Repairing done. 719 W. Washington.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
CHAMBERS TRANSFER AND
STORAGE CO. Any kind of hauling.
Fireproof storage. Phone 1228 or 3526. tf
Baggage checked to destination. All
kinds of hauling. Fireproof storage.
Lightning Deliverv Cc 42 S. Center.
Phones 3094 anrt 4126. tf
TYPEWRITER REPAIRING
The Typewriter Inspection Co. All
makes overhauled, repaired and rebuilt.
40 S. Fourth Ave. Prompt service.
Phone 1498. - 9-dp
TRACTOR REPAIRING
ALL MAKES of tractors repaired,
either on ranch or in shop. Tractor
Service Co.. 212 W. Jefferson St. Phone
1590.
UNDERTAKERS & EMBALMERS
YARWOOD & HOCKREY
Funeral directors and embalmer.
S34 W. Monroe. Phone 3099. tf
TeL 1570 H. M. MAUS Tel. 192
Sll North First Ave. tf
J. T. WHITNEY
134 WEST ADAMS STREET
tf
THE GEO. F. MERRY MAN CO, 124
North Second Avenue. Phone 651. tf
, MOORE & McLKLLAN
Funeral directors and tnoalmers.
329 West Adams St. Phone GOl. tf
USED CAM AGENCIES
Cars bought, sold and exchanged.
Harper-Parthum Motor Co, 24 N. 1st
street tf
VACUUM CLEANING
OHIO TU'EC ELECTRIC SUCTION
SWEEPERS
For sale or rent on easy payment plans.
ARIZ. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE CO.
825 West dam Phone 3531 tf
VULCANIZING & RETREADING
MOST modern equipment in town.
and in charge of a man with 15 years'
experience; satisfaction guaranteed.
WILKx -WART&1AN OIL CO. tf
VOICE CULTUKE
TEACHERS of voice. Italian method.
LEONARD BUSHELL studio. Cen
tral M. E. Church. Phone 4931 tf
WELL CONTRACTS
Parties that wish to have wells dug
on contract will do well to call or
phone O. A. Thompson or Peterson.
Phone No. 1D98. Santa Fe Rooming
House, Phoenix. m
WOMENS EXCHANGE
WOMEN'S EXCHANGE
115 N. Second Ave. Phone 389S
tf
Legal Advertising
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids will be received until
p. m., September litn, lazu, at tne or-
fice of the Board of Supervisors, Ya
vapai County, Prescott. Arozina, for
the construction of an 85-foot rein
forced concrete bridge (2 42' 6" spans)
across Granite Creek on Section 4 of
the Prescott-Jerome highway, Federal
Aid Project No. 19-B.
The work consists of approximately
400 cu. yds. excavation, 300 cu. yds.
concrete and 29,000 pounds reinforcing
steel.
All bids shall be addressed to Thos.
Maddock. State Engineer, care Yavapai
County Board of Supervisors, Prescott,
Arizona, and plainly marked on the
outside of the envelope "State Highway
Contract, Granite Creek Bridge."
All bids shall be accompanied by an
unendorsed, certified or cashier's
check for five per cent of the gross
amount of the bid payable to the State
Treasurer of Arizona.
The State Engineer reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
Copies of the plans and specifica
tions may be seen at the office of the
State Engineer, Phoenix. Arizona, or
at the office of the Board of Super
visors, Yavapai County, Prescott, Ari
zona. Copies of the plans and specifications
may be obtained on payment of Five
($5.00) Dollars to Thos. Maddock,
State Engineer.
Satisfactory bonds will be required
of the contractor to whom award is
made.
THOS. MADDOCK.
State Engineer.
Phoenix, Arizona, August 10th, 1920.
Published Aug. 14, 18, 21, 25, 28, Sept.
1. 4 and 8. 1920.
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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids will be received until 2
p. m., Scntember 4, 1920, at the office
of the Pima County Highway Com
mission, Tucson, Arizona, for the con
struction of Section "A." Tucson-No-galep
Hi'ghway, Federal Aid Project
No. 29.
The work consists of approximately
30,000 cubi' yards of excavation and
borrow; 9D.r,00 square yards of pave
ment; 6C0 cubic yards cement in
bridges and culverts, and other inci
dental work.
Alternate bids will be received for
one course plain concrete pavement.
bitulithi'c pavement on cement con
crete base, bitulithic pavement on as-
phatltic concrete base, bituminous
concrete surface (modified Topeka
type) on plain cement concrete base,
and bituminous concrete surface
course (modified Topeka type) on as
phaHic concrete . base course.
Proposals shall be addressed to
Thos. Maddock, State Engineer, care
of Pima County Highway Commission,
Tucson Arizona, and plainly marked
on the outside o the envelope "State
Highway Contract, Tucson-Nogales
Highway."
Plans and specifications may be seen
at the office of the State Engineer.
Phoenix, Arizona, or at the office of
the Pima County Highway Commis
sion, Tucson, , Arizona.
Copies of the plans and specifica
tions may be obtained on payment of
Five Dollars ($5.00) to Thos.- Maddock.
State Engineer.
An unendorsed, certified or Cash
ier's check for five per cent of the total
amount of the bid, payable to the State
Treasurer of Arizona, will be required
with all proposals.
Satisfactory bonds will be required
of the contractor to whom award is
made.
The State Engineer reserves
the
right to ieject any and all bi'ds.
All proposals shall be made
blanks furnished for that purpose.
THOS. MADDOCK.
State Engineer,
Phoenix, Ariz., August 16, 1920.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids will be received until 2
p. m., September 23rd, 1920, at the of
fice of the Board of Supervisors of
Cochise County, Tombstone, Arizona,
for the construction of concrete
bridges and culverts on Section "C,"
Douglas-Rodeo Highway, Arizona Fed
eral Aid Project No. 14.
The work consists of approximately
900 cubic yards of excavation for struc
tures; 330 cubic yards of concrete, and
9000 pounds of reinforcing steel.
All bids shall be addressed to Thos.
Maddock, State Engineer, care of the
Board of Supervisors, Tombstone, Ari
zona, and plainly marked on the out
side of the envelope ''State Highway
Contract, Douglas-Rodeo Highway."
All bids shall be accompanied by an
unendorsed, certified or cashier's check
for 5 per cent of the gross amount of
the bid. payable to the State Treasurer
of Arizona.
The State Engineer reserves the
right to reject any or all bids. Copies
of the plans and specifications may be
seen at the office of the State Engineer,
Phoenix, Arizona, or at the office of
the Board of Supervisors, Tombstone.
Ariz.
Copies of the plans and specifications
may be obtained on payment of $5.00
to the State Engineer. Satisfactory
bonds w-ill be required of the con
tractor to whom award is made.
THOS. MADDOCK.
State Engineer.
Phoenix. Ariz August 23rd. 1920.
Aug. 25, Sept. 1, 8, 15, 22. 1920.
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NOTICE i' '
OF
CALL FOR BIDS ON
Addition to Arizona Pioneers' Home at
Prescott, Arizona, File No. 4353. As
per Plans and Specifications. Pro
posal to be on building with sep
arate proposal each for plumbing
and heating.
SEALED proposals, addressed to
Board of Directors of State Institutions
of Arizona, at State House, Phoenix,
Arizona, and endorsed File No. 4353.
Bid for addition to Pioneers' Home
Building, Plumbing' or Heating, will be
received by the said Board until 2 .
m. Thursday, September 9th, 1920, and
will fce opened in the presence of the
bidders at the above time and place,
and thereafter considered.
BIDS MUST BE ITEMIZED.
Certified check for ffve per cent of
the amount of the bid should be en
closed with same, to be retained as
liquidated damages if successful bidder
fails to sign contract.
BIDS NOT MARKED ON EN
VELOPE, AS REQUIRED, WILL NOT
BE CONSIDERED.
Specifications may be obtained upon
application to the Board of Directors
of State Institutions, or C. Totten, ar
chitect, Prescott, Ariz., on payment of
Jo. 00, which sum will be refunded on
return of plans.
Prices must be f. o. b. Prescott, Ariz.
The Board reserves the right to ac-
cept or reject part or all of any bid.ilead, 36. 12s. 6d; r.inc. 39. 10s.
Gommission
LIBERTY BONDS
STOCKS BONDS
MINING AND OIL STOCKS
PRIVATE LEASED WIRES
Correspondents
LOGAN & BRYAN
STOCKS BONDS GRAIN COTTON
R. ALLYN LEWIS
ADAMS HOTEL BLDO.
Cerrsspondsnts ef E. P. Hutton
Exchang Dirsct
LIBERTY BONDS
AUTO STAGE TIME TABLE
PA CHE TRAIL
Stages
Daily to
Roosevelt
Dam,
Globe,
Miami
8. a. m.
3 p. m.
Superior,
Ray,
9:15 a. m.
Florence,
4 p. m.
SIGH TbtlElNG BUS
Large 25 Passenger Bus
Special attention given to picnic parties and sightseeing trips over
the Salt River Valley.
Phone 1465
UNION AUTO TRANSPORTATION CO.
11-13-15 East Jefferson St. Phones: 1455, 711
to divide between two or more bidders
or to waive any informalities in auii
bid, as the interests of the State may i
require.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF STATE Z
INSTITUTIONS. I
WILLIAM J. DONAHUE. ;
Purchasing Agent.
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Private Leased Wire to all Ex-
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Am. Beet sugar Smr
Am. Can
Am. International f'9;'
Am. Locomotive 94-;i
Am. Smelt. & Ref'ng 55 "i
Am. Tel. & Tel. Co 97U
Am. Woolen 7'
Atchison 83 'i
Baldwin Locomotive lr6'3
Baltimore & Ohio 42
Beth. Steel (B)
Canadian Pacific 11.
Central Leather riS, ' .
Ches. & Ohio S'-V-j
Chandler Motor fnt'
Chi.. Mil. & St. Taul 36 ',3
Chi.. R. I. & Pac. Ry 3-7
Colo. Fuel &. Iron 'fl-'J
Corn Products 8' -
Cruieible Steel 118.18; "?
Erie ?4!
General Motors 20'
flrpat 'Vorttierii nfd 74lt
Great Northern Ore 31it
Haskell & Barker 6S'?'
International Paper
Int. Mer. Marine pfd 4
Invincible Oil nli
Lackawanna Steel 68 f.
Mexican Petroleum 11
Midvale Steel S9W.
Missouri Pacific 36 ''s
N. Y. Central 74s
N. Y.. N. IT. & Hartford 34"V"!
Norfolk & Western 4 3V.
Northern Pacific 1fri".
Pan American Petroleum SS1; 't
Pan American "B" SO'i.
Pennsylvania 41 lj
Pierce Arrow 35 ' 'J
Yading 92-v-
Rep. Iron & Steel S3
Royal Dutch S3 "
Southern Railway 28 t.
Southern Pacific 94
Stromberg Carb 72
Studebaker 60" '
Texas Co 4H
Tobacco Products 6.",',: ;
United Food '
United States Rubber 85 '4 j
United States Steel SS'4
United States Industrial Alcohol . K3U
Union Oil 25
Venadium Corp .'
Virginia Carolina Chem fi3
Willys Overland T51,i '
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Cere de Pasco ....38
Chino 28 ...v
Inspiration 431,& ...
Kennecott 24
Miami 19'4
Ray Cone 14i
Utah 61 H
A rite x
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Dundee
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Ray Hercules t
Silver King 32
United Eastern 2Vz
Verde Extension 29
Verde Combination i
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METALS
NEW YORK. Aug. 31 Copper. iYon,. -antimony,
unchanged. Tin, easier;
spot and nearby $46.00. Lcady, teadv; i
spot, $9.00; zinc, nominal. East St. ' '
Louis delivery' spot. $8.00tS.12 At
London: Suot copper. 95. 2s, 6d;
electrolytic unchanged; tin, 272. Cs:.";
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