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: . v WANnD-v:!,.U;!. (Section Two) THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 1920 i 5 "If h. ur T a If Bs y t o r . Illl III i ins :il,i (,r ! l.a:;( .Mi, Km- ; 1.1, ' t Vllj' Willi I Nm ;t, s, ,,,,, i .j S I i M'AM 11, 1 1 v. St : a Reliable. coin n Ic -.ll S Wa! Is po.-ilioiv in a I re of w i,lmv'i 's I lata K:ist More- I h : rl'irri or t'cmifi iit ... one M',' lutiil. A N E L Tk j , yU .7:' WIllllS 11 b I I T 11 fr i Tl I I'livate fMimlv in . s.. i r . ! for 1: rl.t tf vlL'jj Lox Tli, nrpul.lH-u'n 'Ok real mniily "l.t iT7.Tt i I; " '"'11 ii ml deliver. II 4.' 12 dd KKFI.NED VOIltl" Ullth Ml V. l.:li...i 1 -nun iis noiisi'Ue.icr ;,,! Box r.7r. Rfnublioan. t ii 111 p. in urn. ts VA AN 1 c.Lt Mniiu.v luuiidi v VV. i-.i a.id dellvr. U .. , I'hon. tf . 1'ARST-CLASa Laundry; reasonable. WANTED TO RENT . WANTKI) Board urid room by a ung married couple, employed, wittny. permanent, furnished or ' un-Turnished- t'honp 4206. b I WANT to rent from, owner 2o to HO acres for dairy or grain. Price must be right. Cash rout. Give full nnrticnlars. Pox 7M. Roiiuhliesn. d . . WANTED In tiny part of state. UO h re on I or 2-veur lease; so in alfalfa. 40 to f0 in potatoes, and rest in other than cotton, but want owner to kii In on cost of seed. Will civ Rood Interest on money advanced. Have plenty of help end tools, tractor. '1c, and enough money to run me to ?nd of weapon. Write Box il. Phoe- - It -WANTED TO RENT 10 to 25 'ucrc cotton ranch; cash or shares. 30 years experience growing cotton in Mississippi. Former local paper fur nished for references. R. 11. Ogden, I 562 Lincoln Ave.. Alameda. Calif. a WANTED TO KENT- -A piano. Call b .WANTED Furnished room. ; large find comfortable, by sentleman em ployed downtown; state particulars and lrtti, Box BID, Republican. -.CUMI'LKTKLV furnished for house Iteplns, six-room house, desirable lo cation, three In family. Call Adams t'otel. Not over $12".O0. I,. J. Dalv. fc's A VOUNO business man and wife tlesir fiirnihel apartment perma nently. Must lie nice place and con Jentently located. We are both in perfect health. Write Box "3D. Re 1'iihllcan. K WANTED A 4 or 0-room furnished tiouse by healthy couple. Must be modern and clean. vVill take a year's "a8e on desirable place. Phone 4331. lr. Hunt. K WANTED to lease on fdiare basis, 60 lo 120 acr s for mixed farming. Ad greww Box 74B, Reptibican. d WANTED To lease 40 to 120 acres 5" r cash rent; would nreier some ai- fcl fa, but. will fa, but. will consider cotton land. I'lea!e give all Information '. O. Box 12riS. Phoenix. Address gs WANTED TO LEASE -0 ACRES J Will take from 1 to 5 years lease for Pri.i'k garden. Give full particulars, irtdreis Pox 241). K-piillica n. us i OFFICE ROOM WANTED All or jart of favorably k'-ated office, by per manent tenant. Box 41C. Republican. I tf - WANTED MISCELLANEOUS Liberty Bonds l BOUGHT FOR CASH ! B. H. Dodt S WEST ADAMS. tt I WANTED To fcilf.i hay. Give i."'D. RcoohlicH n. buy some baed al price per ton. Box ITS WANTED-oO cows and heifers on uliares, good pasturage. . References liven. Write Land Owner, Box 67D, Republican. a WANTED i.. Pox fi.'.D. Return ticket Republican. to Chica d " WANTED Large western road plow, three 5-foot freznos. small black smith outfit, one water tank, one large 'ent. M. Behrent, corner Fourth Ave. md Madison. Phone 1573. gs i WANTED A second hand fhom Arizona Grocery Co. desk, tf ; WANTED Plowing, disking or silo fUlllng or any kind of work with trac tor. Phone 27.112. ' gs 1 DON'T cart; if it's furniture, tagons, bugqfics, tools, farm impla renta. clothing, or anything. I buy ihd sell them all. O. K. EXCHANGE. .4 1 h and Van Buren. Phone 8029. tf k I WANTivour furniture, tools, guns, Itoves. trunks, musical instruments, hardware, men's clothes, harness and .;ir1r1-. bedding, blankets, electric Tans, office fixtures, tents. every - Tnlncr: co anywhere, buy in any quan :jty. pay spot cash. Ford's Stores, 220 5 Washington. Phone 177S. gb WANTED TO BUY sectional book ses: must be practically good as new .r,H Vm renin.. Address "Bookcases." ore Republican; tf g jij i.nii . jl- -. , - r r(r furniture, clothing and shoes. Arl ena Supply House. 341 E. Waahluctsn Phone 1476. . n- . Kt it- , 1 ici(i,i nriPM rutin "BRING US YOUR OLD SACKS. PHOENIX SEED AND FEED CO. 125 E. JEFF. ST. tt 4 WANTED Clean white rags at Th Republican office. ! ' SECOND-HAND GUNS bought, sold, repaired. PINNEY & ROBINSON, tt 4 WANTED Second hand piano for cash. Box 95B. Republican. tf HIGHEST price paid for men's lki-- ihnci and teat. 407 E. Wash iuwitei Phone 4776. tt WANTED HELP. MALE 22 I Salesman Wanted " Xctive man that mans business, with r. at once, mijiuk'."! H.S. Seci ond Ave. Phone imii. Guarantee EMPLOYMENT OFFICE K.-,iml and Adams Sts.. I'hone lj(0; office hotel and restaur lit help, 1 :i vrm mrt n.'inji. . jk . 1 . j itTntl T) 'K TS I WVI x. 1 'Jt - - Tfre to employers. tf 5 Salesman Wanted ;. first class real with car. Charles S A J-rna St. estate salesman, Keafer, IS West gs EXPERIENCED gardener for lurge ftuiitry hoitu' jdo ami ....... room. Currant co Employment otitce. I'hone 14". nd St tor, or A'inms. u for postal mail Experience un oirti'Ulars of CLERKS Over o. service; $1-"' month. rv For free cxarni'nat.oii write J. lonard (tormer I.Ultr Washington. l J ? " 'an EXPERIENCED f'we-ry ware LOuienun. Da riot upuly unless cx- ...ri..n. e.l. PlKMe V4j2. Lf t..vi.i-iiKM:KU man to wa.-! (l iiin a and he.!P in Tit. Hen . '1 . f Oil. WANTED Expcrien -.Vifit iir ln'''liiljil id insurance ;. Adams St. d PHONE -MBA PM.-.N ..tv- r- f ii 4 , VM FN -4 ?wi ' I-Hif..su-w :.-,-., ., v icj-tKI) ON RFI.IA'i T w I 1 r.ljl r i 1 WANTED HELP MALE IF luu wan i cution pK'Kers or any ether re'iable help, call CENTRAL KM I'l.G YMENT AGENCY 1" WAT.l, ST. PHONE 4fiSS tf WAXTEi alesinan and demon W. Adams, between It si t Mtnr. S en, ) Cai' KAi:ijlAi"S E:.i HLOYM EXT OFFICE E. H. SARGENT . FUlllcd and unskilled labor on short notice. 2S S. First St. Phone 4243. tt WANTKI) Flour salesman to handle either Call lorn ia. Arizona or New Mex ico; must give high class references. Guthrie Mill & Elevator Co., Guthrie, OMa. 12m JUST RETURNED from a trip to vacant homestead land. For information see Parrish & Richard son. lT.a N. First Ave. tf WANTED A live advertising ko licitor for the Arizona Minim? Journal to work in, Phoenix and vicinity; lib eral commissions. Apply Arizona MininR Journal, 1'aserr.ent Noll Build in sr. KS Longs employment agency Ship any part of state. Phone S24. 41 Wall St. Cor Jefferson St tf iiVK WIRE EMPLOYMENT AUCY. 3 Cactus Way. Phone 693 Competent help sent to any place In th state on short notice. tt RELIABLE EMPLOYMENT OF FICE. 233 S. Central. Phone 1773. Good cotton pickers furnished, any number. tt BUSY BEE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 237 N. CENTRAL AVE. PHONE 106:.. 12dd WANTED HELP, FEMALE 23 WANTED Competent cook; refer ences reuuired. Apply Mrs. James Douprlas. I)ous!as. Ariz. ps MIDDLE-AGED Scandinavian wom an wish.es to take care of home for bachelor; would prefer position on ranch near Phoenix, where her son can secure l'Rbt work. Phone 3SR2. b WANTED Young woman as maid for elderly lady. Box 72C, Republican. ga W ANTED Girl for housework and care of two children. 302 N. Fifth Ave. k WHITE woman for general house work, goctl home; prefer applicants call 1211 N. Third street or phone 4i S2. ; g SHORTHAND and typewriting: join the class starting Monday, Nov. 2. at the Gregg Shorthand School. Special instruction for the typewriting room, second floor Chamber Commerce Bide. rs WANTED Small children will have a mother's care, lots of sunshine and plenty of good rich milk and fresh eggs: near Center St. north. Box 46D, Republican. AN EXPERIENCED helper in tailor shop. 100 K. Adams. ga Wanted Experi enced saleswoman for women's ready-to-wear apparel. Ap ply Korrick's. It WANTED Girl to assist In general housework. Call 822 North 3rd Ave. or telephone 30'!?;. m WANTED Woman or girl for gen eral housework. Family of three. 903 N. Central Ave. Phone K964. h WANTED A chambermaid at once. Apply Savoy Hotel. 2nd Ave. and Jef ferson. ; It WANTED Housekeeper. Father and two boys X and 5 years old. Good home to right party. Address P. O. Pox 1n). Phoenix. b WANTED Woman for general housework, small family. Phone iSiSa. 10?2 N. 3rd St. d GIRL for general housework; two In family. Must be good cook. Ref erence. Phone 2879 or apply at once 1117 North First St. ' b WANTED HELP MALE FEMALE AND MAN and wife for ranch. $110 and board. Pradmnn. 111 So. 1st St. It MONEY TO LOAN WANT!'. I) To borrow direct, from owner, Jl.OiiO on first class city resi dence protiertv. I'.ox 5!)D. Republican.d MONEY TO LOAN on improved ranch or city property. E. A. Marshall 1.. W. Adams. tf WANTED TO BORROW $2,500, 3 years, 8 per cent, on new modprn brick bungalow, in hierh class , ()( aUon. v;tluf, jg ood; will pay 2 per cent commission. Address Owner, P. O. Box f,22. It $1,500 to loan on ranch or close in city property. SHAW, N. First ave nue. Keystone Realty Co.. phone 4173. b $1,250 on city property. $2,500 on city property. $4,000 on approved city or country property. Inquire E. E. Pascoe, 10 W. Van Pmn. tf 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 Peoples Loan and Invest Co., 23 Eaat Washing ton St Phone 1396. tt SPOT CASH for Liberty Bonds. highest prices paid. 128 E. Adams. tf LOST AND FOUND GOODYEAR 32x3 tire Sunday on So. Center. East Washington. East Jefferson or paved highway between Phoenix and Mesa. Reward. Answer S. M.. care Republican. It STRAY' ED Nov. 21. one Jersey heller, light red. six months old. Mrs. R. S. Cook. Bhone 2200. It LOST Sunday night, man's gold watch and fob. on Glenda.le to Phoe nix. Reward. Return to Republican, d LOST Silver vanity case, valued as keepsake. Reward. Phone 3244 or deliver to 32 N. 1st Ave. d J.'i REWARD Stolen from 1344 West Taylor St., one brown horse. 8 years old. weight 1050 lbs. Has bar shoes on front feet and new shoes on hind with raisil toes. Branded on left hind le. Has while in face; very fat and close built: black man and tail. Also one spring wagon, yellow wheels and new bM not painted. Therwlore Watson. I'hone XI 5S. It LoST )ne buckskin horse, balled face, rilu hip lowered, mane cropped. Finder notify O. K. Corrall at Five Po i n t s Rowa rd d THE BOY who rodo the bicycle in the alky at 378 N. (ith Ave. last Wed nesday afternoon and took the Airdale pup. is known, and if dog is returned o fie'thcr tru'ilile will u caused. b I- t.U.' . 1 Gentleman's soat with val uable papers: owner may have same by identifying and paying for this ad. See parUman at East Lake park. d SUNDAY afternoon. Brownie No. 3 Box Kodak, just cast Phoenix Gun ' lub, McDowell road. Return Repuh- :;c;m oft'e e Rev.rtd. d L ST- An ive a ial 1 u Airdale doc. four miles miles south of Orivhion. l''l!'0 As - a-s'. or lt'l; t e ,; 1 ,1 tf i.:Ui: LOST AND FOUND STRAYED Five mules. 2 srays. 2 bays, 1 sorrel. East, seen at Indian School Nov. 4. Mules wore shod and had haliers. Kindly nhone any infor mation to 24SS. cn J A ST Catholic prayer book, Satur day morning in downtown district. Re ward for ret I'm. Phone inR2. s TAKEN IP Bay mare pony, two hind feet white, left fore foot. 07 ln dianola Ave. s LOST Pair tac'es in black tortoise shell spec ase. 20 W. Adam. LOST Nov. 24, Cordova coin purse containing money; finder call nao, ie ward. ' f's 1 LoST One brown glove for left hand, in Strand theater. Call 2"20. ks I'OUN D Lady'H pi rse: owner can have same by identifying and paying for this ad. Phone 124R."..- PS LOST Brown mnle branded II left side of neck. J. C. connected on left shoulder. Notify C. E. Connor, phone 4X24. Phoenix. P LOST A brown hoe. while breast white soot on head, white front feet; answers to name A. C. Reward $5, M. H. Shelton. 215 West Washington. Phone 4435. tf LOST Dark bay mare, white spot on forehead, brand circle bar; dark bay, chunky rabbit headed mare, brand J. R., white spot on forehead: bay mare, white spot on forehead. 6 years old; no brand, weight about 1000 pounds. Notify W. S. Austin, phone S1R3, Chandler. Address Route 2, Tempe. gs $25 REWARD Strayed or stolen, one mile cast of Peoria, one brown mare mule, 4 years old, weight 110 lbs.; one dark brown horse mule, 7 years old, weight' 120.) lb.--. Notify B. F. Miller, uf 'two mares, small, one bi-uiKied II on jaw and W on hip; other brand Z on each hip; ,44 Lexington avenue. 12 1 BUSINESS CHANCES 27 Grocery Store New clean stock of groceries for sale at invoice; good location. STREET REALTY CO. 510 W. Washington gs FOR RENT Gas and oil station, es tablished, doing good business. Also large show room suitable for; automo bile display, accessories, etc. Very rea sonable. Phone 1 2 Ti 1 . b FOR SALE Furniture and lease of 13 complete apartments, fiew house, new furniture, long lease, centrally located, clearing $500 over rent; will consider payment down; let the house pay Itself out. Inquire at 413 E. Polk Street. S3 DE LUX HOTEL Best location in city, cheap for cash. Owner must go. S5 S. Second St. H. H. Rice. gs Vulcanizing Outfit Practically new at a bargain. Thone 1801, or call at 8 South Second a venue, g ATTENTION A bargain. Will sell 8 shares of Ari zona Packing Co. stock, par value $100, or part thereof, for $625 cash. Phone 8297. - b FOR SALE A good paying meat market and cold storage plant. Priced to sell quick for cash. Other business makes this a bargain for someone. Ad dress P. O. Box 51 or nhoti" 3037. d FOR SALE One of the best paying lunch and cigar stands in city, cheap. Receipts about $35.00 per day. W ill sell at invoice, about $400.00. Address Box 58D. Republican. d PERSONALS 28 ROY ESSEX, age 9 years, left home Oct. 15. 1920. weight between ' 85-100 lbs., height 3Vi feeL Called Teddy for short. Any one finding him bring to 137 So. 7th St. and receive reward of $25.00 or more. Mrs. Anna Ei&ex. pranlrriother. It YOUNG man would like to drive car for party going to Los Angeles or vi cinity. Phone 1391. - It WILL the gentleman who called at 650 N. 4th Ave. in regards to lot on West Roosevelt, nhone 3750. d WANT to hear from good Christian widow or single lady, axe 35 or 40. Matrimony if suited.- Best references furnished. Box 64D. Republican. d FRANK J. RYAN wanted by Tom Tullock of Chandler on business. g SPECIAL NOTICES Rent a Royal Vacuum Cleaner Charge per 1 day $1.25 Charge per V2 day 75 ; Buy a Royal A $2.00 deposit will hold one for Christmas delivery. Six dollars puts one In your home; balance easv payments. HOME APPLIANCE CO.. 37 W. Adams. Phone 328'. tf CHAS. G. FULLER. BATH AM) MASSAGE PARLORS. 506 E. ADAMS 3304. tf RAE SHOP. Marcelling, hair dressing; hot oil and sptaial scalp treatments, electrical fa cials, combings made up. 31 S. 3rd Ave. I'hone 32fiO tf THOSE ugly pimples and black heads removed. Why he embarrassed by a blotchy face? Madame Rosa Bodet. 240 N. Second Ave. b I v--.-a r !. ... 11 ,y AUTO TIME TABLE OULLIAM'S STAGE LINK) VOLLESON CASHION .VON DALS LITCHFIELD Etages leave First and Washington streets at 8 a. m., 10 a, Tn 13 boob, J p. m. 4 p. m. and 6 p. m. Telephone 18S AWNING3 Medium and heavy grade COTTON BACKS 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 AUTO REPAIRING Third Avenue Garage, formerly Apache Trail Garage. Third Ave. at Adams. We repair Fords and Dodges especially. Our service satisfies. dl PETE THOMASON'S GARAGE Automobile Repairing 461 N. Center St tt ACCOUNTANTS JOHN W. WAGNER Certified Public Accountant. Room 3. Central Bldg. 139 N. Cent. Phone 1223 tf AUTO PAINTING DETROIT AUTO PAINT SHOP 613 S. Central Av .i..,n 477 CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER W. C. FINN ELL & SON, Contractors ami Builders. Plajis and specifications furnished. Contract work, day work or percentage; remodeling a specialty Phone K040. ni J. L. CR1SMAN GENERAL CONTRACTOR, Esti mates furnished on all classes of con- i structioj; No building too large or Woodland t small. ;U)S . asl.ington. Phono d;l'J7'J. filCYCLES PHOENIX CYCEE COMPAJJT Harry Crsndall, Prop. 108 East Adams Phone 1717 tt K.ENG BROTHERS U0 E. Adam CLEANERS If you have anything to clean, from carpet to gloves, take it to San Fran cisco Cleaners and Dyers, 431 N. Cen tral Ave., or Phone 3563; we call and deliver. 12-bd CORSETIERE SP1RELLA CORSETS Miss Smith, 1014 E. Taylor St. Phone 8169. tf Nu Bone. iH N. 3rd Ave. Phone tf CABINET WORK Cabinet work, carpenter work: first class. Albert Joret, 22 North 8th Ave. 12-bn CARPET CLEANING IF YOU WANT your carpcia cleaned clean, phone 733. The Electric Carpet Cleaners. tf CHIROPODIST CHIROPODY Punlone. corns, cal louses removed; painless and blood less; 60c each; moles, war.!, etc re moved by electricity. 29-81 E. Adams Et. Frank Shirley Phon 1704; if CEMENT CONTRACTOR T. H. MARTIN Concrete walks, drives and founda tions. 1149 E. Pierce, Phone S814. 12-hn CARPENTfcR WORK CARP2NTER work, blng. Phone 3960. O. E. Van Buren. repairing;. Job Jl. Jonea. 1631 CHIROPRACTIC Chiropractic classes, 7 and 8 p. 327 N. Tenth Ave. II. S. College. m. tf DR. E. E. HELFRICH. licensed cht ropractor. Phone 4949. 309 N. First St. Office hours 8 a. m- to 3 p. m. tt St. Am In no way connected with any school advertised in Phoenix. Office hours 8 a. m. to 3 p. m. tf DENTISTS DR. MORRISON Sanitary System Phone 308!) 38 E. Washington tt ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Electrical repairing or all Kinds; mo tor and generator rewinding; wiring Acldressograph repairs and supplies Perry Brothers, 113 So First St. Phone 15S0. tf DRESSMAKING Fashionable tions. 321 E. dressmaking; Pierce. altera-12-p MRS. WEATHERHOLT. STYLE SHOP. 145 W. MONROE. UP-TO-DATE DRESSMAKING AND TAILOR ING, tt Tailoring, remodeling, alterations, accordion pleating, repairs. 1342 Grand Ave. I'hone 684. tf DRESSMAKING AND ART NEEDLEWORU M!sn Prnlth Room 31 Annex Hotl. tf THE WRIGHT SHOP; NEW GOWNS EXQUISITE: OLD GOWNS MADE NEW. PHONE 3379. 16 N. SECOND AVE. tl FURNITURE REPAIRED MARE ISLAND Furniture Shop. I repair your furniture, do your pack ing and refiuishin. U6 S, 1st St phone 877 ' tt ELECTRICAL. DEALERS VINSON BROS. & CARTER Electrical supplies, contracting, mo tor winding, repairs. 28 N. Second Ave. Phone 3598. tf HATTERS All kinds of hats cleaned and blocked. California Hatters. 224 E. Adams. 13-r FLOOR SCRAPERS For auick service and grood work, phone 4638. W. E. Smith, expert floor- man. Work by day or contract. tt Old floors eanded by machinery to look like new. Herbert Mann Bulla tn Co. 113 N. Flrsl Avv Phor.e 3059. tf SPECIAL NOTICES ACCORDIAN PLEATING At 627 East. Washington St., Phoe nix. Ariz., E. W. Peters. Mr. Also agent for plcater. 12-bp FURNITURE. REPAIRING FURNITURE REPAIRING P.efininshing. .Upholstering Packing by expert workers DORR1S-HEYMAN FURNITURE CO FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Send ua your order for Grapefruit. Oranges and all other assorted fruits. Shipping Is our specialty. SANITARY FRUIT CO. 616 Went Van Buren Street t! HAIR WAVING Permanent Hair Waving, the only Nestle original machine in the south west. Madame Rosa Rodet. 24 N. Second Ave. b HEMSTITCHING Initials. Monograms, Scallops, dainty embroidered on sewing machine, made to order. Mrs. Torres, 1022 E. Polk St. 12-bd For Christmas Doilies, Scarfs, Cush ions, Towels. Pillow cases, collars, beautifully embroidered on sewing ma chine, made to order. Mrs. Torres, 1022 E. Polk St. 12-bd Mrs. Boland Hemstitch Shop, with New Homo Sewing Machine Co., 331 W Washington. Will call and deliver. Mail ord-rs solicited. Phone 1249. tf INSURANCE J. E. GEARE New location. 142 W. Waah, St. Flr. Auto Ins.. loans. Notary Public. JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER M. Meckler & Co 305 E. Washington. expert watchmaker and Jeweler. tt CHAS. A. SHELDON First Ave. Phone 853$ 106 N. LAWNS FIXED If you want good fertilizer for lawns dirt hauled, plowing, call 4203 or 3554. tt LAWN MOWCRS SHARPENED Neal sharpens repair, huys. sells anything. 202 N. Ninth St. Fhone 8627. tf LIVERY STABLES Star corral and feed yard. GenerjU livery. Saddle horses a specialty. 2nd Ave. and Madison. William S. Cavness. Prop. tf MACHINES FAIRBANKS, Morse fe Co.. engines, pumps, motors, etc. Smith Hughes & Co, Third Ave. and Jefferson. Phone 606. tt MILLINERY Trimmer Milliner. Homo calls. Best possible work. (Frames).' I'hone 8568. tf LADIES' II AT SHOP Old hats remodeled, 115 E.Roosevelt. TYPEWRITER REPAIRING The Typewriter Inspection Co. All makes overhauled, repaired and rebuilt. 40 S. Fourth Ave Prompt service. Phone 1498. tf PHOTOGRAPHERS For Fine- Portraits THE RUSSELL STUDIO Thone 46SS. 35 E. Washington. DOINGS OF THE DUFFS OH.VtoMT Tort BE SORPPiSeD vweM I put this Roast 01 -rue table Foe PlMfJEfc TONIGHT! LU HAVR SALAD AUD CVEfTTMbjG - WE XMOVWI POwV JJKeTO cook Amp 1 cui3 vie VCLL, CAJ HqV BEATTHAT.' THIS IS 1 VoU Fl 6 1 A POA ST FOB Pf WM EE Vil THe first TIME Vw'vewvn-eo US ' KwJ I VAlCLL, Kll- COMt HOne.THJ AHO VJe'Itl 1 1 OOVW To M Sl AnTD J3M I, HAVE PlWtlEg AT HOME-! -M Jyf THEJ VOU PtCK OUT A MKJMT" 7ft J . 1 "J $U TV4AT I HAVE A BUS ROAST FOft WK-fB OH.MO VjO VWM T J ' fjf, H pimuer-awo I sp&jt ' MM That coast will p ' Mi I fll sX -zz-?as6 NOVELTIES Moana. Beautiful head necklace made from and has the fragrance of finest flowers, when worn takes the place of perfume. Regulation rosary also carried. Ideal Xmas or New Year presents. Sold in twelve colors. Sent C. O. D. $2 each postpaid. L. W. Brown, 1010 E. McKinley St., Phoenix, Ariz. 12-dm PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER PUBLIC Stenographer, copy work. lit N. Central avenue. Phone 3056. 12-dk 418 Fleming Building. Phone 1399. 12-br Cleo Paris Rluthardt. Commercial Hotel Lobby. .Notary Public. tf PAINT SUPPLIES MATHEWS PAINT CO, 12 a FIRST AVE.. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN FAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. BRUSHES. ETC. PHONE 1259. PROMPT PEL! VERY. RADIATOR REPAIRING C. K. SEFTON ISS E. Washington Phon 1S77, tt PHONOGRAPH REPAIRING PHONOGRAPHS repaired any style or make In our completely equipped shop. Cass RedewtU Co- 228 W. Washington; tf PIANO TUNING 8. 1 HAMILTON. Piano Tuner. 17th year in Pbonlx Phone 8206. RE-FINISHING Let us refinish your household goods. Bedsteads, chandeliers and light fixtures our specialty. High grade work, lowest prices. Also useful house hold articles. Arizona Mineral Com pound Co., 21 South fth Ave., Phone 1923. 12-dm REPAIRING PHONOGRAPHS, bicycles, etc.. re paired: saw filing done right. 131 Eaat Monroe Phone 4699 tf t " REFRIGERATION PLANTS Clark-Monteith Engineering Co. 17 W Adams St. Phone 1997 tf SCHOOL OF RAGTIME Popular music. Itastlmo taught in ten to twenty-five lessons. Write for circular. I. Hogrewe, 108 S. 11th Ave 12-d 6CHOOL OF MUSIC Everything in music, expression, languages and dancing Phone 1009. tt REAL ESTATE OFFICES CENTRAL ARIZONA LAND CO. Specialty Casa Grande Valley Lands. 416 National Bank of Arizona Buildlnt ROY NEB LETT REALTY CO. 110 North Central Phone 1708 tf Rl Estate Loans Insurance FRANK R. STEWART M. of R. B. PHONE 1631 Phone 1997 17 W. Adaos St. tf STORAGE BATTERIES STORAGE BATTERIES Manufacturers of batteries and eleo- trlcal appliances. PHOENIX AUTO ELECTRICAL CO. 07 W. Washington t TRANSFER AND STORAGE CHAMBERS TRANSFER' AND STORAGE CO. Any kind of haultnf. Fireproof storage. Phone 1228 or 8526. tt Baggage checked to destination. AH kinds of hauling. Fireproof storage. Lightning Delivery Co. 43 8. Center. Phones 8094 and 4126, tt VACUUM CLEANING OHIO TUEC fc-LECTRiC SUCTION SWEEPERS For sale ot rent on easy payment plan ARIZ. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE CO. 826 West -"dma Phone 3631 tt VULCANIZING RETREADING MOST modern equipment in lows, and In charge of a man with 15 years' experience: satisfaction cuaranteed. W1LKY-WART MAN OIL CO. tl UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALM ERS U, M. MAUS, SU N. First Ave, Phones 1570 and 1929. tt A. L. MOORE & SON (Successor to Moore & McLellan) Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lady Assistant. Auto Ambulance 329 West Adams St. Phone t01 tt A. H. McLELLAN j Undertaker and Funeral Director I Phone 4940. 617 N. Central Ave, tt YARWOOD HOCKKEY j Funeral directors and embalmer. ; til W. Monroe. Phone 3099 tt J. T. WHITNEY Jt4 WEST ADAMS STREET tf THE GEO. F. MERRYMAN CO, 124 North Second Avenue :hon 6. tf VETERINARIAN DR. J. E. COBERLY. Veterinarian. 1135 E. McDowell Phone 8205. if WOOD, COAL AND FEED For Sale Cottonwood. Phono 15)2. 12-r Order wood at the East Side Wood Yard, where you pet service and your monev's worth. Deliveries made, from i$3 up.' 1020 E. MaJiion. Phon,. -i:'T. It 12r ! hello, Heteui sav. I suppose you're OUTTHE2E SLAVIMC AwAr VJ1TH AIL THAT HOUSEWOR-VJELLI WAMTVOU f fd To 5ToP RICHT HOW AMD CET PRESSED- 41 lin I WAWY Vwo AHO VtoiUS To C?we T 1 1 t HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Individual pictures of the football team were taken yesterday afternoon. After the pictures were taken Coach Robinson called a meeting of the team and the question of whether the team wanted a post-season game with El Paso was discussed. It w-as decided that If a game could tie scheduled, they would play it. An election was then held to elect a captain for next year's squad. Charles Wart man was elected. Short talks were made by Capt. Gilje land and Captain-elect Wartman. Basketball season has opened at last. Suits, were given out Friday afternoon and practice will start immedlately Capt. Davis states that the prospects for a championship team look bright for this year. Everyone who Is inter esrted in basketball should get a suit and come out for practice. The junior play, "A Rose O Plym outh Town." is advancing to perfection and everything will be in readiness when the curtain rises on the evening of Dec. 17th. Everyone should hold that date open and attend the play. The regular meeting of the Coyote forum will be held this afternoon in Mr. Ayer's room. o n Pendergast News j - A young gentleman has recently taken up hi Lbode with Mr. and Mrs. Arch Ruth. Both mother and baby are well. The Pendergast I. T. A. rendered a most excellent program last Thurs day afternoon, at which time more than 40 members were present to listen to a most interesting talk by Mrs. M. E. Phelps, who is president of the local council of Phoenix and vice president of the National Congress of Mothers and Parent-Teacher associations. Ac cording to Mrs. Phelps, the Pender gast school is placed well at the head o the list of the schools of the county which are doing things. During the program Miss Mac Yean gave a reading and Miss Turner rendered a piano se lection. Light refreshments were served by Mrs. Armstrong and Mrs. Ammons. The West End ranchers have recent ly organized a basebal Ream and ex pect to "wipe up'" on the surrounding teams in the near future. The hom diamond is located on the Meyers-Farmer-Groom ranch. M. V. Roberts, husband of Mrs. Neva Sue Roberts, one of the teachers in the Pendergast schools, arrived in Phoe nix Saturday from Monticello, Mo. Mr. Roberts is an invalid and expects to EVERETT TRUE BSTTCR COMC AMD 3-0 IvACNUTTIKrG. WITH Mfc,, -By Alrnan . 1 . find better health in Arizona than in Missouri. "The Owls" and "Las rrimeras" played their second games of basket ball Wednesday afternoon in a series of games for championship pennant. int line-ups were as follows: Las Pri- meras: Boys Lanham Butler. Harold Marshall, Francis Norria. John Chap man, Ernest Wyly. M. G. McCreight. Girls Matilda Laeomarsino. Man- Holden. Mary Copplnger, Betty Green haw, Shirley Hunnicuit, Elizabeth Kay. The Owls: Boys Georee Dunasvav. Henry Christian, Dean Butler, Roy Haynes, Claud Marlow. Girls Mary Cummings. Pauline Schlalos, May Cop plnger, Rhoda' Christian, Florence Green haw. 'May Dominy. The scores were as follows: Las Irimeras The Owls Boys 9 1 Girls 7 1 The literary societies gave a Thanks giving program Wednesday afternoon. The glee club s.ir.g selections, after which the play, 'The Courtship of Miles Standish" was rendered to a large and appreciative audience. - The many friends of the Rev. and Mrs. S. F. Hawkins called upon the minister Thursday evening "all unbe knownst" to Mr. trod Mrs. Hawkins and brought with, them Thanksgiving cheer in the form of a pound party. Visitor both invited and uninvited always find a hearty welcome at the parsonage. o MILLIONS BURIED IN VIGO BAY The largest amount of sunken treasure there is any record of lies at the bottom of Vigo bay, on the coast of Spain. Here a Spanish plate fleet of 17 great galleons and their escort of 23 warships were sunk 300 years ago by a combined fleet of English and Dutch war vessels. There is no guesswork about the amount of treasure on board the gal leons. It is a matter of official rec ord and ia placed in the neighborhood of $140,000,000, which, at the time when there was very little money in the world, had a purchasing power ten time greater than now. Of this immense sum a little was landed, taken inland and sa-ed. A few millions fell as spoils to the vic tors and the balance has served as a bait to draw adventurers from every where to Vigo bay. A heavily financed company even now, under a conces sion from the king of Spain, is trying to salvage the sunken galleons and their cargoes. All in all, not more than $20,000,000 has been saved from the sea, "including that landed, that captured and that reclaimed by the various firms to whom concessions have been granted during the last 300 years; so it is safe to say that at least $100.0"0.000 yet re mains resting on the bottom of the bay. In shiploads of gold, silver and precious stones. Ixs Areeles Times. By Condo No, I've got rhsu. KATISM IN rAY FOOT AND IT HURTS Me TO A SHl 1 K'l'