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I PAGE FOURTEEN THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, ' SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1920 ... f r-P ROOMS 13 ' ' ,vi '.lit: t i . in! nnIUrnihhed front room? close Mnw Ai n Prefr"- 46 West TtStiZJ'- turnii"od trout room rft running water. ir?i7 c xv " street. " Washington SSFf.Evei:?ni,nR ,lew anOTiTHiri 7 k atfr: aKso E00,i t on slerr tn Ave. Hotel. 7th Ave. ana Wash. St. r tf hNTEIA ni,e volltl" man to nare a. room and sleeping porch with a. oung man. Phone 431.. i uL'TSlDt; plopping cottages in eoun caJn'nCar t-ar Une" r,OX 7(iR' Iielubli- r - LARGE airy rooms: healthy adults only. 2214 W. Washington. l LA.RUE rooms. screen sleeping room and bath. Close in. 334 Is' ".1 v f , m FOR RENT Nicely furnished two roony apartment to healthy adults in private homo. 133 S. 3rd Ave. k FURNISHED rooms. 1336 W. Tav lor. St. i . 1 ONE front bedroom, cool and shadv, close In. 702 East Washington. k FURNISHED rooms for rent; close. in. -1S E. Van Buren. k NICELY furnished room for rent. 537 East Adams. j NICELY furnished front room, bath. Inquire at 906 S. First St. m TWO lovely rooms to let; don't ob ject .to one child. 740 East Portland. Phone 3S14. " 1 ROOM and sleeping- porch, running water and private entrance; gentlemen preferred. 395 N. Third Ave. k FURNISHED room with screen j porch; also an extra screen room. 800 N. First Ave. m FOR RENT Rooms 242 E. Monro. ; k FOR RENT to men or man and wife, 2 front bedrooms, adjoining both out side entrance. 905 N. 3rd. St. I'hone , k FRONT room in modern home for healthy man. employed; on car line. 925 JIUMcKinley St. k TVwU beautiful furnished rooms and Bcreerr porch ; walking distance of postofffce; permanent people only; no sick, no children. Phone 10S9. 634 N. Second Ave. , k ROOM lor rent. 816 N. 7th Ave. k FOB RENT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 14 FOR RENT Three furnished house keeping rooms at 608 N. 1st St. k LIGHT housekeeping rooms and bath.-iioq S. Central. 1 TWO furnished .rooms for light housekeeping. 22 S. 9th Ave, It LIGHT housekeeping rooms for rnt. 703 East Washington. 1 THREE rooms furnished. No chil dren, jio sick. Phone 8935. r THREE FL'RNIriltKD rooms, house keeping, cool, fine shade, modern. 1007 East Polk St. k FOKt RENT Two rooms furnished foi-Tlght housekeeping. , 722 AVest Porr St. k TWO rooms furnished for light housekeeping; water and lights paid; plenty of shade; close in. 702 East Washington. Lt,UriT housekeeping rooms for rent. 2K. Van Buren. tf FOR RENT LAND 15 FOR RENT One acre and three roorn, house. Call S17 S 1st Ave. 1 FOR-R NT STORE &. OFFICES 16 lOFFICE SPACE If I you are looking for desirable ffrotmd floor office space or store room with basement, close in, see us Donart & Arnold ,Ct4 E. Adams St. Phone 4187. k F0R LEASE Forner store building, with large cement basement, on West Adams treeTT"Can give lease for 18 months. If Interested, see us. 1 V. M. FIKE REALTY CO. 17 East Adams. . k Garage Space, $35 FJne spot for vulcanizing plant or radiator shop; plenty of work; ex cellent location. Rear of 338 and 340 E. Washington St. " Space about 15xS0 in connection with renair shor. Apply at once k FOR RENT Good big garage. 515 1 So. ,1st Ave swir'v SPiTE! foy rent: window d'splay8pace if desired. 325 W. Adams st. ; . ; FOR RENT Room, suitable' for of fiorf or" store room. Apply Cactus . WANTED REAL ESTATE 1S'a WANTED Building lot west of Capitol. Box 179. f WANT 2 to 5 acres, with or without house, in walking distance from school. Have $1500 cash, balance can pay semi-annually. Phone 8238 before 7:30 a. m. or after 6:30 p. m. n' IF YOU want to sell, list your prop- GARRISON. WEISSER & GOODIX 119 N. Second Ave, rnunc ou-i. n. I WANT to buy 3 or 4 -room brick house any part of city, close in. No matter how old. About $3000. No agents. . , . oorj Ponnhliran. 1 J-UA Jtfj... vt o o-ood relinauishment or school lease near Maricopa. Give me location and lowest price. Box 100S. Republican. 5 WANT TO BUY in nre- What have you? State location, best price and terms. Box enS- Republican. i ' WANTED Ono-haif- to two or three acres, somewhere near the Osborn school. Must have good improvements; will ray- from $7000 to S15.000. Give full . particulars, price and terms. Address Box 91R-PJlb.IlLrli S WANTED I want to buv to 5 acres, within 3 orM blocks of Indian school car line, withi fairly good 4 or 5-room house, w rpav from $4000 to $6000. ami $1500 down ' Please give f" de scription, lo--T-rice and terms. Address Box f SR. Republican. . Tf I WANT i'.ltburhan home with from 1 to 5 acre;; improved. WMI1 pay part casu--,,M want terms on balance. And Ail. wPMt po'sessvon within 4, day,. Ad- Sr;wsPijiiHji -1 ' WTNTfDij TJJATIO N . MA Lf19 "ToRmale nurse or masseur. .,.; A Hums. I "hone ,:.H4. ,-..,, t.-' ti 1 1'. N'CKD otlice man nan. r.c- ' . -... mmh Khinnine. w: vl , ,i ,.t..rpnces. !' Box .-'R. !: nosit:on: iw' i . -hi irp n. - : ;rrSiTiX bv first class colored republican. cook. AM ' WANTED SITUATION. MALE 19 C3ENERAL blacksmith wants posi : ion ; no shooing. Address llox SSI:, p.ilil n. k KXI'KUT ineeh i u io. will call and do rn-.ir work at voti:- home. Rates rea-:.-vM::bI.v Any kind or car. Phono 23!t:. I V I KiiT t '1.ASS ti'tu-k driver wants ir.pioymci t . Well acquainted with !ty. l:or, r.T7. 1 J'AINTINt; rind kalsomining; tooi.s m-nished. Stnvthe. 215,1-:. Polk. Thone "-0. 1 i::--st;tvit:E .men SEEK JOES When you want help give the first chance to ex -service men. A number oi men who have sorvod their country now are looking for positions here. Phonp American Lesrion 1' quarters. 4y3t. and we may- be able to till your needs. tf 1 CLEAN your bouse and rugs satis factorily. John King. Tel. 1249. 9-bd IF IT'S painting, tinting, paper hanging, we do it. I). V. Smith, phono 3'52.'). ss WANTED By man with family, general ranch or dairy work. Box 9fiR. Republican. 1 YOUXG man. experienced salesman, wishes position; own Ford. Box 100R, Ropuhh'oa ti. ! 1 MASSAGE or nursing, by the hour, at your hotel or home. Chas. G. Fuller, 506 E. Adams. Phone 3304. J WANTED SITUATION, FEMALE 20 WANTED By an experienced teacher of the deaf, a deaf child for a private pupil; good references. Phone 2194 between S and 9 a. m. hi ERRAND 1SOY, must be bright and willing worker. $12 a week. R. Bruns man, mi N. Central. 1 IF YOIT need any kind of help on a ranch or in the country I nm willing to work. I am a woman who has had j experience in that kind of work. Box !U. Rep ul lican. 1 A COLORED woman wants a job of work such as housework. Want job at once. Call 70S South 7th Ave. k HIGH school girl. 19, wishes place to work as part pay for board while attending school; references exchanged. Address Box 97R. Republican. m WANTED By a girl 13 years of age, a place to do light work for board while attending school. Telephone 13S5. 1 LAUNDRY wanted; rough dry or finished. 123 E. Adams St. k GRADUATE nurse would h'ke a po sition in doctor or dentist office. Box 74R, Republican. k SITUATION by experienced stenog grapher and office assistant; best of references. Address Box 77R. Repub lican. - k PRACTICAL day nurse. 209 S. Sec ond Ave. k POSITION wanted: Office, hospital or sanitarium management, by young woman, 12 years experience. 'Book keeper and typVst. Phone SS64. I WANTED Office position by young woman. Can use typewriter. Willing to start with very reasonable salary. Phone 4flt. - 1 EXPERIENCED bookkeeper and stenographer desires p'osition. Can furnish good references. Address Mrs, Norwood. Glondale. Ariz. k WANTED family laundry. We call and deliver. 317 N. 12th St. Phone 3336. tf LAUNDRY, rough dry. S17 W. Jet ferson. Phone 2S3.V tf FIRST-CLASS Laundry; reasonable. Phone 2667. tf RESPECTABLE m.ddie aged lady would like position as housekeeper for three or four gentlemen In modern home; splendid cook. Box 65R, Re publican. 1 WANT to care for young child at home. Phone S93.-. n MIDDLE aged lady would like place as cook on. ranch for 3 or 6 men. Box 66R, Republican. 1 KIND middle aged lady would like position as housekeepr in widower's home where there are 1 or 2 children. Box 67R, Republican. 1 WANTED TO RENT 20', WANTED 4 or 6 -room house, un furnished, suitable for two couples. Phone 8488, or apply at 807 N. 3rd St. m WANTED Five-room unf urnished house, by respectable family. Box 94R, Republican. p WANTED TO RENT Furnished room and bath by young married cou ple in commercial world; prefer loca tion within three blocks of Annex ho tol. Tel. Harney, 4419. It WANTED By refined working cou ple, furnished 3 or 4 room apartment orshalf house, private bath; not over eight blocks from court house; not over $40; can anyone help me? Box 93R. Republican. 1 FIVE rooms and porches, furnished; near Kenihvorth school; local business man. Phono 3692. 1 WANTED By Sept. 7 an apartment or half house reasonably priced; two adults and 10-year-old girl In family. Address Pox vll. care Kepuniican. n WANTED Board and room for man and wife in pii'vate famliy. Box o2S. Phoenix, Ariz. 1 WANTED Small furnished house, or roomy half house or apartments, near school, two adults, one child seven years old. Leave word with Mr. Stauffer. Republican office. k WANTED Furnished house 'with screen porch by responsible party; have one child; not later than Sept. 15. Box Republican. k WANTED To rent small unfur nished house or apartment close to business district. Address P. O. box 253, Phoenix, or phone 4652 after 6 p. m. k VA NTED To rent 1 to 5 acres. What have yon ? fcftR Republican. k 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; mvist be close in; private home pre ferred. Phone 1370. Box 1SQ. Repub lican, tf WANTED To rent a hoiiFe with from five rooms and two porches to right rooms and a porch. C. A. Noren. I'hone 1521. n WANTED Desk room, centrally lo catod. fur real estate. Address 75R, Republican. k WANTED M ISCELLAMEOUS 21 Liberty Bonds BOUGHT FOP. CASH B. H. Dodt 2 WEST ADAMS tf WANTED- "771: -Sewing machine, phono WANTED ta buy about 10 tons of loose hay; would consider crop slight ly damaged, ''e-cral Ave. r;,.i'-v. tf j j c-X 1'AY you more for your i,e- i I Kx-hanjo, 14th St. and Van Buren . Phon" ':;" tf Vt ' WAXTEi' - Sccon.i ha n 1 ; a n. piano i'oi tf 1 ( d:. i'ox R WANTED MISCELLANEOUS 21 "I MEAN IT." Highest price paid for furniture, clothing and shoes. Ari zona Supply House. 341 E. Washington Phone 1 4 7C. tf F'-'RDS store L'2U K. Wash, will buy all or part of jour furniture. h;ird wnre or tools or guns. Spot cash. I'hone iTTfi. tr WE want to buy all your furniture, household goods, tools, harness or any thing ot value. When you get rearty to sell, call 393. Wc will give mo-.-o than any one. Jefferson Street Auc tion 1 1 o 1 iso. ; tf HUiilEST )rice paid for men's clothing, shoes and hats. 407 E. Wash. Phono 4 7 ( G. tf KWOXD-HAND GirNS houeht. sold" repairocl. PIXXEY & ROBINSON, tf WANTED Butcher stock of ail kinds. 206 W. Wash. Star Market. Phone 1SS5. tf WANTED 100 dressers, in any con dition; highest price paid. Phone 4 640. t f WANTED 1 separator in good shape: DeLaval model preferred. Box S2R. Republican. 1 "RfSTPrS YOl'R OLD SACKS. PHOENIX SEED AND FEED CO. 125 E. JEFF. ST. tf WANTED Wood working machin ery. Dyke Walton. Mesa. A rig. 1 WANTED HELP MALE 22 Vulcanizer, $240 per month and up. 6 rough carpenters. $7, fare paid. 3 helpers for electric lino work, $4.50 day. White families for cotton picking. Cook's helper, $100 month, room and laundry. Potwasher, $55 month, room and hoard. CENTRAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 15 WALL ST. PHONE 4fiS. U WANTED Three lathers for Mon day morning. I'hone 494S. City Work. I BRiUHT oifiee boy, good chance for promotion. Apply in person. Union Oil Co. 1 BOOKKEEPER wanttd; steady po sition with Phoenix branch of large concern. Apply in your own handwrit ing stating experience and salary ex pected; give references. Box SIR, Re publican. n WANTED High school boy, with farm experience, to learn cotton busi ness; nominal wages . t start; refer ences. Box S3n, Republican. k WANTED Janitor for out of town school. ApplV l""1" W- Jackson. 1 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. 4-1 N. Center. tf NOTICE The Star Employment and Real Es tate Office furnishes all class of laboi on short notice. 214 W. Washington. Phone 3514. HENRY ROSECRANS. tf EXPERIENCED CLEANER AND PHESSER WANTED. WRITE OR WIRE THE TOGGERY, BOX 507. JEROME. ARTZ. - 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 Employment and real estate. All kinds of help furnished - n short notice. 17 South Second St. Phone 1727. W. C. Woller. Prop. 9dg IF YOU NEED COTTON PICKERS SEE BRADMAN. 17 S. 1st St. tf RELIABLE EMPLOYMENT OF FICE. 233 S. Central. I'hone 1773. Good cotton pickers furnished, any number. tf SPANISH AMERICAN EMPLOY MENT AGENCY. 606 S. Central. Phone 3773. Mexican cotton pickers furnished, farmers or single mon. tf LONG'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Ship anv part of state. Phone 624. 41 Wall St. Cor Jefferson St. tf PHONE BRA DM AN 498 PHOENIX EMPLOYMENT OFFICE RELIABLE HELP FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE, 117 S. 1ST ST. tf WANTED Carpenters. The Foun dation Company, 102 N. Central Ave. ti INSURANCE man. capable of taking full charge of ground floor office, han dling fire and auto insurance, on very attractive basis. Box 79R. Republican. k WANTED Dishwasher; must be ex : erienced. White House Cafe. 435-437 W. Washington. k WANT several salesmen to handle a high class investment proposition; no stock. See Mr. Floyd, 202 Monihon Bldg.. 1" a. m. n WANTED First class automobile electrician; others need not apply. Exide Battery station, S5 N. Third Ave. k BOY wanted. Amusu Theater. k IF YOU want cotton pickers or any other reliable help, call CENTRAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 15 WALL ST. PHONE 4668 tf WANTED Ten men at once for Troop A, First Arizona cavalry, to go to State encampment at Douglas, Sept. 7 to 22. See officers In charge any time at 213-215 East Madison St. kl BOOKKEEPER wanted. Foxworth Bush Lumber Co.. Mesa, Arizona. n WANTED HELP.. FEMALE 23 WANTED Responsible person to care for two children and do light housework. Prefer one who can go home nights. Good wages. Phone 3S13. or call at P.B3 X. 5th Ave. 1 ' WANTED A second girl. Apply at Y. W. C. A. Boarding Home. 306 X. 2nd St 1 WANTED Experienced ehamber maid. 54 6 W. A flams. m WANTED Maid for general house work. Mrs. F. W. Griffin. S7 W. Mc Dowell. Phono 3210. m WOMAN Tn rln hmiownrk 5 in family; call after 9 a.m. Jas. B. Moore, 121S E. Jefferson. m MIDDLE-AGED woman to do cham ber work, three or four hours each day. Occidental Hotel, 1.10 N. Cen tral. It WANTED An experienced cashier. American Kitehen. g WANTED Young or housekeeper in country, publica n . middle aged Box S6R, Re tf WANTED Young lady to do house work and take care of children. 805 X". f-th Ave. Mrs. Parks. 1 WANTED Waitress; must be ex perienced. White House Cafe. 455-437 W. Washington. ic VA XTED Jirl for ail or part of house-work and cooking. I'hone 100R5. ! EXPERIENCED markers and sort ers; also girl to learn marking and sorting; must b-? healthy and want steady position. Arizona Laundry Co., E. Adams and Third St. k - STENOGRAPHER wanted by Phoe nix branch large concern; state ex perience and salary expected. Apply Box IS. Republican. p WANTED A weman to cook for two in family; wife sick; room and board, small salary. Call between 8 h. m. and 12 noon. 1710 East Madison. 1 EADi. is to oO years of age. steady work: no phone calls considered. Al bright's, k WANTED HELP. FEMALE 23 i WIDOWER wants housekeeper to I care for two children in his home in country near town. Ilox 87R, Repub lican. 1 COMPETENT housfktepcr lor small family: citv. I'hone 21H7. I WANTED N'ue lady for light housekeeping on ranch; no objections! to one ohiid. Live Wire Employment O f f i co. 233 S. Center. Phono 1773. i W A N T K D Experien. ed cook for mall family, fall S01 N. FVrst Ave. 1 W A X T E D A competent woman as a mother's helper. Call after 9 o'clock mornings, at 45 W. Wiilotta St. gb SPECIAL CLASS IN SI i 0 1 JT H A N D will recite from 5:15 to 6:15, beginning Monday, Oct. 4, at the Gregg Short hand School. 2nd Floor Chamber of Commerce Rldg. tf 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 School teacher that can quaU'fy for public school teaching to take country school. See George Berry, Orange Blossom. Mesa. Phor. 307R. k WHITE WOMAN, housekeeper, four in family; have second girl, no wash ing. Cull 602 North Seventh St. d WANTED Competent bookkeeper stenographer; good position for ca pable girl. Thornton Typewriter Co., 22 W. Adams. tf WANTED HELP, MALE AND FEMALE 24 EXPERIENCED solicitors to sell stocks and - bonds Attractive propo sition. Address Box 2S. Republican. 1 MAN and wife for ranch near Mari nette; man to do general ranch work and wife to cook for 6 or S men. $125 per month and board. Address M. S. Johnson. P. O Box 51S. Peoria. Ariz, k WANTED Man and wife to cook at mining camp. Communicate with White Metal Mining Co., Kelvin, Ari zona, m MONEY.TO LOAN ?3 LOAN WANTED We want a $3,000 loan on $7,500 city property. Phone 3073 or see FLICKING ER S- DIBBLE REALTY COMPANY 16 West Adams St. k TO LOAN $3500 on real estate!. Call 5611. tf $1000 TO LOAN First class real estate, interest S per cent. W. G. TOl-l.ESON, 10S North Central Ave. phono 4.2. ! CHATTEL LOANS EASV TO GET in sums up to $300 at lawful rates on your lurniture, piano, automobile, live stock, implements, etc. Repay in smalt 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. I'hone 1396. tf MONEY TO LOAN on improved city property or for building purposes, at lowest rates. E. E. Pascoo. 10 West Van Puren St. tf LOST AND FOUND 25 Boston Terrier (Female) Ixst or stolen from 20 W. Portland. Sept. 3rd. about 11a. m. Medium brown color face and breast: evenly marked in white; white front paws, stub tail; no harness or collar on when lost. Answers to name of .Beauty. Phone 4127 or 3824. Reward. m STRAYED From ranch three-quarter mile south Cartright store. Mack mare mule about 1100 pounds, brand L on neck and UC on left hip; finder phono 105.11 and 105.12. m BLACK STALLION Shetland pony, 270 lbs. Brand rifrht neck. Deliver to Wall street restaurant and receive re ward. k LOST Between Phoenix and Chan dler, two tires. Diamond cord; one 34x4',., and other 35 Fide. Return to Union Stage Office, Phoenix. Receive reward. k LOST A gold pin, ruty in center, surrounded by pearls. $5 reward. SOS N. Fourth St. m LOST Last Sunday, from pasture, 2 black Percheron mares, roached manes. Finder notify Lambert v Langly Mule Barn. 1 LOST Set false teeth. Please re turn same to 35 E. Adams St. and get reward k LOST A golden Collie dog; license No. 346. Return to 1065 W. Taylor. Reward of $5. 1 LOST Bunch of keys at Tally's Arena Friday the 27th. Finder return to Sheriff s Office. Reward. k LOST Team: one chestnut borso with white tiip on face and I gray horse, 5 years old; reward if returned to 1005 Homowood Roal. k LOST White Spitz male dog. three years old. very friendly; answers to name of Trixy; notify American Rail way Express. k BETWEEN Tempe and Phoenix, Friday, Sept. 3rd, between 4 and 6 p. m.. a black leather hand bag. contain ing a Bible, two subscription book prospectus, a full book, a valley map. a bunch of keys; of great value to owner. Reward. A. E. Axtoll. 1117 E. Filmore. Phoenix. Phono 2S6S. it SUS1NESS CHANCES 27 $400.00 CASH Makes first payment on two-story garage; water piped up and down stairs; electric; lights. Balance of pay ment at $25 per month. F. A. JEFFERSON 32 So. Central Ave. Phone 710 . k A Grocery Store Stock and fixtrres. $1200; rent of building $40 per month; close in. xtrres. ! r month; Ask' PHOEXIX-CASA GRANDE REALTY COMPANY 7 and S Monihon Bldg. Phone "056 k FOR SALE $15,'mio stock of dry goods, shoos, men's, women's and chil dren's furnishing goods and ready-to-wear, in one of the best small towns hi Arizona. Stock in best of condition and was bought right. Good chance to buy a well established business. C. A. Robinson, care l- M. Layton. Saf ford. Ariz. 1 SMALL rooming noi:se pir ;a'o. cen trally located. Would make good of fices. 27 E. Adams St.. un stairs. k 1 OWN all interests in the most ef ficient irrigation pump in tho world. Will give half interest in any state ex cept Arizona, for money ' to build and demonstrate plant at state fair. Box 0 3R. Republican. 1 WALL PAPER and Paint Business and lease, stock will invoice around $::f00. I'ricG $2200 cash. George L. Trimble. 11V. W. Washington. k ONE OF THE most fashionable apartment houses in Ihoem'x long lease comnletelv furnished fleorare L. ! Trimble, ll'vi W. Washington. 1 BUSINESS CHANCES 2? A SPLENDID opportunity is open j for some one with small capital to es tablish a grocery store, dining room and stage line In sanitarium camp. For particulars bee S. Schwartz. ;it 31 X. Second Ave. p MAKE YOUR money e.u-n money. One of Phoenix loading industries of fers you an opportunity to share m its earnings and will accept subscriptions to its capital stock in any amount from $10 to $1000, either for cash or one fifth cash and balance monthly. In vestigate at once You will be inter ested. For particulars address Box 7SR. Republican. 1 $10,000 Cash I have clients with $10,000 cash who wants to buy cotton crop What have you for sale. See mc at once. WOLPE 440 W. Wash. Phono 14S7 1 WILL sell my half interest in good legitimate business; $2500 takes it; in come from $1,000 to $1,500 per month per man; will allow full investigation: party must be willing to perform light work and furnish references; experi ence not necessary. Call all day and evenings. Apt. 5. 36S North Second Ave., m DO YOU want to make money? Would you know a good thing if you saw it. I have applied for a pat ent on something that every home, ho tel and apartment house needs; will not cost hardly anything and if it could be put into every home in Phoenix it would be a cleaner and healthier town. Made of wood and metal. I need one or more partners, men with brains and little money. I ;m well known as a business man in Phoenix and can give the highest reference. You can see my model and use your brains. If you are not a bustler don't bother mo. Theo dore Watson, 1344 W. Tavlor St., phone SI '.8 1 1 I HAVE most desirably loop. ted. best room and office space which would share with reliable man. experienced in real estate, who is selling his own property; show credentials: object, partnership in real estate. P. O. Bo: HP- m SPECIAL NOTICES 33 FIRST r7o. class dressmaking. Phono 1 FALL HATS After returning from San Francisco, whore I selected fall miUnery Ftipplie.--. I have now on display a beautiful and complete line at the Ladies' Hat Shop. 115 U. Poosovelt. i ALL BARBER shops wiil be closed Lsbor Daw Sept. 6. i COMMERCIAL DETECTIVE BU REAU. Investigations of all kind. Hours. 9-12 and 1-5. Room 13. 11 West Adams. Phone 1395. tf WE cleat, and block ail kinds of hats to your order. Athens Hat Work 111.;. V Ptntop tf ATTENTION, CONTRACTORS! Electric floor zander to rent day. Herbert Mann Building Co., Phone 3059. tf MKSi. RAE Hair Dressuif Parlor moved to 31 South Third Ave. I'hone 3260. Vf NOTICE Tho Five Points Wood A- Coal Yard will be closed until September 10. tf ACCOUNTANTS JOHN W. WAGNER Certified lublic Accountant Room S. reirral Bldg. 1S N. Cent n!")ne 122.1 AUTO TIME TABLE GULLIAM S STAGE LINE TOLLESON CASH ION ..VON DALE LITCHFIELD Stages lave First and W-jshington streets at 8 a. m 10 a. m 12 noon. S p. m. 4 p. m. and 6 p. m. Telephone 1S3 AUTO PAINTING FIVE POINTS AUTO PAINT SHOP 632 W. Van Buren St. Phone 4250. Largest and best equipped shop In the state. Expert work. Rates wt-ry low. One year written guarantee. tf DETROIT AUTO PAINT SHOP 6D S Central A v Phono 477 .f AUTO REPAIRING Automobile, repairing, oveihaui.ng a specialty.. Cheap rate, first class me chanic. 817 W. Jefferson. I'hone 2S35. 9 -dm ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW GEO. C. CI i AGO 23 W. Monro" St. llione f.P tf WELD ON J. BAILEY O'Xor.l Bidg. Phone 1956 tf AWNING3 MEDIUM and heavy grade tents, all size, made to order. We makj every thing known that will fool rain and fun. Phoenix Tent Awning Co.. corner First and Mf.nri Sts Phone 1411 tf Medium and heavy grade COTTON SACKS and TENTS made to order. We make everything 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 MO K. Adams CAPPTT CLEANING IF VOti WAX i' your caiv-.s cleaned clean, phone 733. Tho Electric Carpet Cleaner. tf CHIROPRACTIC DR. E. E. HELFK1CH. licensed chi ropractor. Pnone 494'J. 3t9 X. First St. Back again Office ' aurs 7 to 12 tf CHIROPODIS" CHIROPODY I unions, corns, cal louses removed; painless and blood less; 50c each; moles, wai-.s. etc.. re move.! by electricity. 29-31 E. Adam St. Frank Sh1r!v. p. tone 17-!. tf CORSETIERE S;-iRELLA COUSETiEia., Mrs. Kuhlwilm. 706 W. Mndison. P-nno 14 4 2 CONSULTING ENGINEER W. T. PIERCE I Consulting Engineer 201 Monihon Bldg.. Phoenix. Ariz. Residence phone 8099; office phone 605. Specialist on municipal improve monto. dosbrn and construction tf CQNTRCTOF. ANP f ''LDE CR1SMAN CO. General contractors. Est! ..ites fur nished. No building too large or small. 21 S r,th Aw. phono 1f:23 tf CAriPENTtR WOK LA it P.-. X T ER work, bing Phor.e 3960. G. E. an Hurcn. repa trims, Job A. Jones. 1633 rRES5MAKlNr DRESS.MAKlNO Flair. ai:d fancy sewing. Mri. L. F. Hoeffel. 1033 East ! Moreland. tf : DRESSMAKING DREfeSMAKlXG AND ART NEEDLEWORK .Miss Smith Room 31 Annex Hotel, tf np.eSES AND SHIRTS Hoiifc- !i-o o1.., Bungaiow Apions. and Nurse. Uniform made to measure We Spe: i-i'i.'e in Middv lllouscs and M-n's Shirts MANNINr APRON CO. Phono 2!,15 Second Ave. and Monroe tf DISS SHARPENING CUi.b ii.'lkU disc harpemng. No 6i indii.s. Smallest cultivator to larg est ; ow discs. R. v. .. r 707 S. iVnior t'h"ne 1727. tf DENT1STJV DR. MoKRISuN Sanitary System Phone 3')S9 36 E. Washington tf ELECTRICAL DEALER! WNSON BiiO.-:. & CARTER Electrical supplies, contr. :tlng. mo t jt winding, rep' irs. iS N. Second Ave Phone 3598 tf FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Send us your order for OrapeJ'ruit. Oranges and all other assorted fruits Shipping is our specialty. SANITARY FRUIT CO. 616 West Van Buren Street tf FLOOR SCRAPERS Old lloors sanded by machinery to look like new. Herbert Mann Build ing Co.. 119 N. First Ave. I'hone 3059. tf For quick service and good work phone W. E. Smith at 8633 from 4 p. m to 7 p. m. tT FURNITURE 71HFAIRED MAKE ISLAND Furniture Shop. I repair your furniture, do your pack ing and rcfir.ishins. 936 S. 1st St Phone 8767. tf INSURANCE J. E. GEARE New location. 142 W. Wash. St. Fire, Auto Ins- Loans. Notary Public IRRIGATION PUMPING PLANTS Clark -Mon teith Engineer ing Co.. 17 W. Adams. Phone 1997. tf JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER l. Aieckiei a Co.. io.. E. Wasniuston. expert watenmnker and jeweler. tf . CHAS. A. SHELDON 106 X. First Ave. Phone 35S5 LAWN MOWCRS SHARPENED IF YOU WANT good fertilizer for lawns Dirt Hauled. Plowing. Call 4203. . 9-gs X-al filial pens repairs, buys, t-ells anyth'ng. 20 N. Ninth St. Phone 4640. tf LIVERY STABLES E. A. STARR LIVERY SADDLERS. DRIVERS and RIGS. 'i2 W EST VAN BUREN. PHONE 1063. t' MlLLIlMtH 1 LADIES' HAT SHOP Ol j hats remodeled. 115 E. RoosevIt MACHINES I-A1RBAXKS. Morse & Co, engines, pumps, motors, etc. Smith Hughes fk Co, Third Ave. and Jefferson. Phone 606. tf MECHANICAL ENGINEER E. T. ADAMS. M. E. 136 N CENTRAL AVE. tf MINING ENGINEERS FRED ii. BOWLER Prcscott. Ariz. Mines examined and reported on; Arlrona mines especially; certified member A. A. of E. tf NAVAJO RUGS Genuine Navajo Rush and Blankets. MBS. E. W. WHEELER S0 N. 2nd St. Phone 267 ORCHESTRA MUSK.' turnmhd for all occasions. I'hone 3467. tf PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. ' Notary public. Mrs. Cravens at 4( 17. Adams. I'hone 1080. tt MISS liOL'iiHiuN. 4US Flemlne Bldg I'hone 17S9. tf PIANO AND VOICE INSTRUCTIONS MRS. J. O. SHOOK. 727 E. Adams. Photic 3467. tf PIANOS AND PLAYERS PIANOS AND PLAYERS Largest stock of hiith grade instru ments in Arizona. Bargains In ueJ pianos Repairs and refinishlns. R E D E W I L L' S ?ri West Wnwh'neton ?trt PIANO INSTRUCTIONS Mrs. C. V. Phono -36. Reilv, 6!i N. 11th Sr.. 10-k PIANO TUNNING S. L.. HAMILTON, f 17th year in Phoenix. ino i'uner. Phone 3206. PRODUC For table use and canning. Phoenix Fruit and Produc Company. Phone 17S0 1402 101 Wn? Jef'erron t? PAINT SUPPLIES MRS. DEPUTY'S PAINT AND WALL PAPER STORE Stock reducing sale, beginning Sept. 1. Worth while savings on all wall paper and j aint. Painting r.nl decorating in all its branches. Estimates furnished. I'hone 4294. 30 S. Second Ave. k MATHEWS PAINT CO.. 12S S. FIRST AVE.. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN PAINTS OILS. VARNISHES, BRUSHES. ETC PHONE l?o. PROMPT DELIVERY PHOTOGRAPHERS For Fine Portraits THE RUSSELL STUDIO Phone 46KS. ?,5 E. Washtneton. tf REAL ESTATE OFFICES Real Estate. Loans and Insurance W. S. DORM AN Sin W. Washington. Phone 627 tf CENTRAL ARIZONA LAND CO. Specialty Casa Grande Valley Lands. 15 National P.ank of Arizona Building ROY NEB LETT RETT7rYCO: 110 North Central Phone 1?0 tf D WIG ti T B. IlKAHD Insurance Loans Investments Heal Estat CENTRAL AND ADAMS tf Foal Estate Loans insurance FRANK R. STEWART M. of R. B PHONE 16tl Phono P!1? 17 W. Adams St. tf RADIATOR REPAIRING C. K. SEFTON 53'; E. Washington. I'hone 1" tf REFRIGERATION PLANTS Clark 17 W Monteith Engineering Co. Adam St. Phono lff7 tf SCHOOL OF MUSIC K erythiP'j , ;n music. expression. lar.cuages a nd dancing. Phone inoo. tf STO RAG E BATTE Rir STORAGE BATTERIES" Manufacturers of ratteties and elec trical appliances. PIIOKNIX AUTO ELECTRICAL CO. 407 W. Washington t( SWEEPING COM POUN D It cleans, protects and disinfects. Phone 20!iH.. 707 K. Brill. Phoenix Swooning 'propound f ' o. t f TIRES GENUINE Caterpillar tires save 77u money and trouble. Also cars for saio. Bepalrlng done 719 W. Washington. TRANSFER AND STORAGE CHAMBERS TP. A N W I'EH A X I STORAGE CO. Any kind of hauling. Pi reproof storage. Phor-." 1 or t f Laggage checked to destination. All kinds of hauling. Fireproof taoiago. Lightning Delivery Co.. 42 S. Cenifr. Phones 30P4 and 4126. .f TVPEWRITFR REPAIRING Th Typewriter Inspection Co. All makes overhauled, repaired and rebuilt. 40 S. Fourth Ave. Prompt service. Phono Hft'-S. 9-d,) TRACTOR REPAIRING ALL MAKES of tractors repaired, either on ranch or in ehop. Tractor Service Co.. 213 W. Jefferson St. Phoaa 1590 UNDERTAKERS & EMBA LM ERS YARWOOD & HOCKHEY Funersl directors and embalmers. 334 W. Monroe. Thone 3099. tf Tel. 1570 II. M. MACS Tel. 1S-9 311 North First Ave. tf J. T. WHITNEY J84 WEST ADAMS STREET tf THE GEO. F. MERRY' MAN CO.. 124 North Second Avenue. Phone 651. f MOORE & McLELLAN Funeral directors and woalmen. 829 West Adams St. Phone i01. tf USED CAW AGENCIES Cars bought, sold and exchanged. Harper-Parthun: Motor Co., 245 N. 1st street tf VACULM CLEANING OHIO TUEC ELECTRIC SUCTiON SWEEPERS For sale or rent on easy payment plans. ARIZ. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE CO. 825 West df.m Phone 3531 tf VULCANIZING & RETREADING MOST modern equipment in town, and In charge of a man with 15 year' experience; satisfaction guaranteed. WILK Y- WAR 1 MAN OIL CO. tf VOICE CULTUHc TEACHERS of voice, itain i method. LEONARD BUS HELL studio. Cen tra! M. K. Church Phone 4933 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. 139S. Santa Fe Rooming House, Phoenix. nt WOMEN S EXCHANGE " WOMEN S EXCHANGE 115 N. Second Are. Phone 3S93 tf Lefjal Advertising NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS ON Addition to Arizona Pioneers' Home at Prcscott. Arizona, Filo No. 4353. As per Plans and Specifications. Pro posal to be on building with sep arate proposal each for plumbins 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 tho said Board until 2 p. m. Thursday, September 9th. 3 920. an.i ( will be opened in the presence, of the bidders at the above time ai:d place, and thereafter considered. BIDS MUST BE ITEMIZED. Certified check for five 1 or rent of the amount of the bid should he en closed with same, to be retained as linuidated damaces if successful bidder fails to sign contract. BIUS NOT MARKED OS EN VELOPE. AS REQUIRED. WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. Siec if tea ttons may bo obtained upon application to tho Hoard of Director of State Institutions, or C. Totlfti, ar chitect, Preseott. Ariz., on payment of $5.00, which sum will be refunded on return of plans. Prices must be f. o. b. Prescott. A.ii. The Board reserves tho right to n: -cept or reject part or all of any b: i. to divide between two or more bidder or to waive any inform a'it ies hi bid. as the interests of the St.te m require. BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF STATU INSTITUTIONS. WILLIAM J. DONAHUE. Purchasing Agen'.. o NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELL IN BULK. NOTICE is hereby given by the un dersigned. H. C. Crand.ill. that at P' expiration of ten (10) days fmni tlie date heieof. he will soil to George l'a'3 and John Dawson his entire nietclri" dise and tdock now situated in the store or store building at 37 North Set 01, d Street, in the City of Phoenix. County of Maricopa, State of Arizona, and known as the MOTOCYCLE COM PANY'. This notice in Riven In compliance with paragraph f24:. Chanter 7. Revived Statutes of Arizona, 1913. as amend M in Chapter 42, Session Laws. State of Arizona. 1915. Dated September 1. 1920. II. C. CU AND ALL STATE OF ARIZONA. COUNTY OF MARICOPA s?. The foregoing instrument was ac knowledged before me ly 11. C. Cra" dall. perfonally known to mc, on th'.s 1st day of September 1921. WALTER J. THALHEIMEE. Notary Public in and for M.irioopA County, State of Arizora. My commission expires June 3rd, 1923. o NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids will ho receive.! until 2 P. M., September 30th, 1!0, at the of fice of tho State Engineer. Phoenix, Ariz., for the construction of a st-c 1 t bridee across tho H ssayamp.i Rivf'r at Wickenburg. Arizona. Federal A: 1 Protect No. 31. The work consists of furnishing ma terials for and erecting two 1 i ' sto I trusses. The foundation work wi'.I ' done by tho Stfto a'.ut tho con' ret" floor for the bridge w ill bo t cnsiructed by the State. All bids to If addressed to The.-. Maddock, State Engineer, r!.ui:';x, Ariz., and plainly tn.it keil c:i tie- oil' -side of the envelope "Stat'- M ch'.va.c Contract, Wk Kr nbnrrr I !ri-li-""." All bids shall be :i ccoin ! :: ".led 1 ' a'1 urn nchu s' i ceiiiii. d or cashier s ( '-; for 5', of tho gross annum; "l til" b:.l, payable to the State Treasurer i At"'" zona. Copies of j ho plans and .-peoif:-': : Cti.i may l-e seen ;.t the office of the State Encineer, Phoenix. Ariz. Copies of tlf plans a.-.d .-I".--';, a -t i o n s n a v be ; 1 : 1 , 1 ; , , ; , n ; , 1 1 ' to Thcs. u. s. :: '--- gi iv-er. Satisfactory.- bor:.; w:'I I r. : of the Cuiiti .c tor to whom ;. v.- : ' ; ' ma'ie. THUS. M ! 1 1 " " ' ' " Phoenix. Ariz.. 1 Aug. IS. l'J.'O.