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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1921 y We Have a Market for your Oat and Barley Hay. Immediate Shipment. Spot Cash Alfred J. Peters & Co., Inc. 7th St. and Madison Phone 3546 27 BUSINESS CHANCES WANTED SITUATION, MALE your konM and ruga aa WrtwVy. John King. Phone 1149. tf EX-SERVICE MEM SEEK JOBS you want help givo the first rhaac to ex-aervic man. A number I brosi who "feavo served their coun try new are looking lor positions hera roeo American lotion headquar ter. 41X1. and vi nay bo abla to fill Trear r.tfdt. tf 10 WANTED SITUATION. FEMALE 22 WANTED HELP, MALE CENTRAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 15 WAiL ST.: PHONE 4668 tf GUARANTEE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 47 N. SECOND ST. PHONK 1480 tf LAUXDKY Wanted. fi . ""a'l MT1. Hough dry dm fcXlKRlENCED eolorad woman wu lob as stock girl or maid In ew or private family. Box 17H TKT"lcan It tOl.Nl) BuiHh of three kays on Adams street. Owner prove property and pay tor this ad. At Republican rfffco. rX'R practical nurae gall 1015. dn LIVE WIRE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY I CACTUS WAY; PHONE 693. tf PHONE BRADM AN 4988 PHOENIX EMPLOYMENT OFFICE RELIABLE HELP FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE. Ill S. First 8t. tf LONGS EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 40 WALL. STREET. PHONE 634 FOR FIRST CLASS HELP tf $1,500,000 -A MAN IN TEXAS BOUGHT A 40-ACRE LEASE FOR 135 AN ACRE BEFORE A WELL, TO TEST THE FIELD HAD GONE DOWN 100 FEET. IN LESS THAN SO DAYS HE SOLD IT FOR 11,500,000. AND THIS IS ONLY ONE OF HUN DREDS OF CASES WHERE THE SAME THING HAPPENB:D. I HAVE A LEASE ON 80 ACRES RIGHT IN THE POOL THAT IS TO BE DE VELOPED HERE AND CLOSE TO WHERE THE BIG MILLIONAIRE WELL IS GOING DOWN. I AM IN NEED OF MONEY TO MEET AN UNEXPECTED DEMAND AND WILL SACRIFICE 40 ACRES OF MY HOLDINGS AT 20 PER ACRE. I FIRMLY BELIEVE IT WILL BE WORTH A MILLION WITHIN 90 DAYS' OR AS SOON AS THE WELL IS COMPLETED. I WOULD NOT DISPOSE OF MY REMAINING 40 FOR $10 AN ACRE TODAY. IF YOU HAVE IT IN YOU TO PLAY THE GAME. FOR A BIG STAKE, WITH EVERY INDICATION OF WINNING, LET ME HEAR FROM YOU AT ONCE. BOX 1SH REPUB LICAN. It f p ar I BICYCLES KING BROTHERS 110 E. Adams. CARPE" CLEANERS TYPEWRITER REPAIRING The Typewriter Inspection Co. All makes overhauled, repaired and re built. 40 S. Fourth Ave. Prompt service. Phones 1498 and 4 208. tf Your rue;e and carpets cleaned Uko new without breaking tha slain or running the colors. Ws specialise on Orientals and Navajos. Phone 733. Works 618 So. Center. Electric var pet Cleaners. tf CHIROPODIST Dr. A. J. Johnson, 85 B. Waahlng ton. Room 12. Phone 6975. tf CHIROPODY Bunions, coma, cal louses removed, painless and blood less. 50 cents each; moles, warts, etc, removed by electricity. 19-31 Adams, Frank Shirley. Phone 1704. U UNDERTAKERS EMBALMERS A. H. McLELLAN Undertaker and Funeral Director Phone 4940. 17 N. Central Ave. tf H. M. MACS, 311 N. First Ave. Phones 1570 and 1929 tf YARWOOD & HOCKREY Funeral directors and embalmers. 834 W. Monroe. Phone 3099. tf J. T. WHITNEY 134 W. ADAMS ST. tf THE GEO. F. MERRYMAN CO. 124 N. Second Ave. Phone 451. tf MAN with car for summer. Little sales experience. . Call 1025 N. Seventh street. dk WANTED A live bright partner with capital to open a new cleaning; plant for men's clothes, where no gasoline is used only our new meth ods by a practical tailor and cutter. No other in this country. Address Box 20H, Republican. 23 WANTED HELP, FEMALE F-K A NURSE call 1401. dm WANTED Housekeeper for a widower. I am all alone. R. F. D. No. 1. Box 142. , dm LAi.Y wants sewing or children to re fvr 111 K. Msdlson. dm CvLOKED woman wants laundry phone SI. OR WANTED At once woman to go to Mayer for housekeeping. Call 144 N. 10th Ave. It FOR a nurse, phono 1015. Ronsn 1. Ask for dk " pi.TDS LAUNDRY. 11J4 E. Mon roe St- Phone 1479. d" WOMAN with small capital to take interest in small restaurant in the heart of the city. Inquire Central Employment Agency. 15 Wall St. It WANTED Laundry work. Rough drv c dos.; finished 11.15 dos. J. E. i w Phone 5119. i GIRL. 15 years of age or over, to live as one of family and stay with children for small wages. Apply Box Hi, Republican. dm WoMAN wants housework. S? Reiuhli-an. Box dd WANTED Sowing; b. Pbone 538. prices reason-dn WANTED Nice lady, one child not objected to, for light housekeeping; prefer age 80 to 3s. , Box 14H, Re publican. dl sTEN.iRAPHEH, aix years' ex-j-ortencw. desires permanent position. P yerj Republican. dl LAUNDRY wanted. Phone 8400. dr GIRL, between 14 and 18, to stay with 8-year-old girl during day, liv ing northeast; state wages expected. Box 7H. Republican. dl OuMl'ETEXT stenographer fam fliar with general office routine, wishes position. Box 74G, Republi- r-mrt dl l-ADY wants days work. Phone dk SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING, Enroll for the summer term. Class es forming now. Position secured for graduates. GREGG SHORTHAND SCHOOL 18 8. Third Ave. 6ni l XX) KING, assist with housework. email family; references. Box 7 JO, tt---:'tran. dk "V OMAN, with girl 8 year old, wants nlart cook on ranch or house- twr. J08 N. Second St. Phone I'M J5 INITIALS on silk shirts. 1 for 25c Pu-.tonhoies, 10c dos. 1028 E. Polk Jit. P M'i WANTED AGENTS AND 8AI.fc.8MtN HOME laundry wanted. Phone dl NURSING By day or week. Phone :i4. WK IX) laundry, rough or . finish. -.n anrf deliver. Phone 111. 4-nm F1KST CLASS hand laundry. 6-n - iVAMEi) Family laundry, Wa Utund aeliver. 117 N. 12th St. Phone S5Ii tf k-i.is-r-r-i.ASS Ldiundry; reason- .hl. V-r,-. 5fi7. tf WT, WANTED TO WENT A COUPLE whoso lease nas jui expired would like to care for a, house dutint the summer: wming to py n.ninai rent if more satisfactory; -r.OT.nr Rnx 21 H. Republican, dn WANTED To rent. Five to twenty ranch with stock and some fruit. ITeferably on paved highway. Please mimtm full particulars and terms in f,mt letter. Theodore K. Noble 3S K. Van Buren St. Phoenix. Ari. dm dl WANTED June 1, to rent unfi nished five-room, modern house; per m.xfTit. Pox H. Republican. WANTED to rent by June 15, by responsible party, with small family, or &-room modern house, close in State orlve and location. Box 13H, Rerih1can. It WANTED To rent 40 acres 6 to 12 months for dairy purposes on monthly payment. Box H RepubU can .' Si WANTED MISCELLANEOUS WANTED non t waste your summers. Prae r on reliable pianos, beauUful tone, twrfect touch a few Kerr & Smalley hinkrunt stock left. Redewlll Music Co. ;?2 W. Washington. tf SKWl.Vti machine, electric fan. phone ITT0. ' dm FOR SALE The Bayless soda fountain and lunch, space for rent. This is a good proposition for the right party. See Mr. Bayless, at Bayless Grocery Co. dk CHIROPRACTIC E. E. HELFRICH. Ucensed ehlro nnrtor. Phone 4849. 109 N. First St. Office hours & a. m. to 3 p. m tf G. D. Glaus, D. C, Palmer System. Free analysis. 15 E. Washington. tf COLLECTIONS SHEDD collects alow accounts; no. t.- rt,ihilr bus. arents: credit rat ings. Shedd's Merc. Service. Phoenix, Aril. 211 Fleming Bias;, r non CORSETIERE Splrella Corsets. Mrs. Kuhlwilm. Phon 1449. 70 W. Madison St. tf RPIRET.I.A dORSETS Miss smith 1014 E. Tavlor St. Phona 119. tf CLOSING OUT Safe, show cases aod fixtures at bargain. Cigars. Cigarettes and Tobaccos at cost. C. J. Aitken. 146 N. 1st Ave. dm FOR SALE Furniture of 18 room rooming house; place can be leased; located - Globe. Aril.; hot and cold water in all rooms. Hotel Arden, Globe, Ariz. dm WANTED Partner; 1000 cash; motion pictures. Box 52. Winkelman, Arls. - dm GOOD DRLG STORE in Mesa; f ix tures and stock complete for sals. In quire Republican office. Mesa. dl CITIZENS' STATE BANK DE positors We accept your deposit cer tifieates In full- value for mdse. and money. Ballsun's Clothing Store. 31 W. Washington. It I HAVE a group of mining claims near Phoenix carrying Ixign value in copper .gold and silver. Will sell at a give away price or will trade for litrht car; no trifflers need answer Phone 4899. dl Salesmen Wanted IN THIS TERRITORY; COMPUTING SCALE, CASH REGISTER OR FIXTURE SALESMEN PREFERRED: SCALES EASY TO SELL; ALWAYS SATISFACTORY; LIBERAL COMMISSIONS; USE OF CAR NECES SARY: RESTRICTED TER- ' RITORY; PERMANENT POSITION FOR THE RIGHT " ' MAN. : Standard Computing Scale Co. , Detroit. Mich. It 24 WANTED HELP, MALE AND FEMALE LEAVING town, will sell my bat tery service complete for J200. Chand ler Motor Co., Chandler, Ariz. 01 DRESSMAKING' PLAIN 2770. 514 ind Fancy sewing. Phone W. Washington. dig dressmaking, bungalow aprons. shhts. Skirts made and pleated for xk Retheira. 223 w. Monroe, rnone 2405. tf DRESSMAKING, TAILORING AND ART NEEDLEWORK Miss Smith. Room 11. Annex Hotel, tf FURNITURE WEPAIWINQ ITTTRNITITRK REPAIRING Reflnishlng and Upholstering Parlfln. 1Tnrt Packers. DOTtRTS-HEYMAN FURNITURE COMPANY. tf A. L. MOORE & SON (Successors to Moore & McLellan) Auto Ambulance . S29 Wet Adams St. Phone SOI. tf D. A. PARKS Funeral Director 245 W. Adams. I. O. O. F. Temple Phone 5925 tf VETERINARIAN W. R. JONES, D. V. M., Veterinar. ian. with the Eagie Drug Co. Phona 4016. 801 West Washington St. -ds WINDOW CLEANING PHOENIX WINDOW CLEANING CO. Odd jobs promptly dona; house cleaning; Phone 639. tf Legal Advertising DENTISTS DR. MORRISON Sanitary System. Phone 3039. 16 E. Was: :nfton 8t. tf ELECTRICAL DEALERS WIRING FIXTURES SUPPLIES Motor Repairing and Rewinding a specialty. New State Electric Co, Phone 4436. 214 W. Washington St, tf FURNITURE STORED A PACKED FURNITURE stored and packed; packing done by experts. Ford-Levy Furniture Co., US-IZO west Aaams street. ; tf BARGAIN One of the best pool halls and cigar stores; good location, good lease and a money maker; the price is right. M. F. GREEN REALTY CO. 35 SOUTH CENTRAL AVE. ' PHONE 1229 It ROOMING HOUSE For sale, lease and furniture, 23 rooms, several housekeeping apart ments: clearing good profits. Owner lit; must sell in 10 days; make an offer to Gardner at Steward Realty Co., 17 West Adams St. Phona 1997. It PROFITABLE established trade, soft drink manufacturing place with confectionery store in Temp in part trade or cash. Have other business. Box 26D, Republican. 5dm PARTY with three or four thous and to take interest In paying busi ness. Box 37G. Republican. . tf WANTED Men and women who want to make good money to travel or do work at home. Box 100H Re- ptiblican. It CLERKS, (men, women) over 17, for postal mail service; $120 month. Examinations June: experience un necessary. For free particulars or in struction, write J. Leonard, (former Civil Service examiner), 9S6 Eqult able Bldg- Washington. T. C. dl 25 MONEY TO LOAN 17.000 OR LESS, to loan, or will buy first mortgage at discount; must be best income property. Box 6H, Republican. - dm 28 PERSONALS A GOOD, honest, sensible American widow would like to correspond with a sensible American man who owns nice farm or ranch. Address Mrs. Manley L. Lee, Gen. Del., Detroit. Mich. dl HEMSTITCHING THE HEMSTITCH SHOP Hemstitching, pleating, buttons and buttonholes; mail orders solicited. Phone 1441. 33 W. Monroe St. tf THE WRIGHT SHOP Both wide and narrow . hemstitch Inn. pinking, buttons and pleating. 16 North Second Ave. Phone 8379. tf Work calied for and delivered; mail orders solicited. Mrs. J. W. Boland, 131 W. Washington. Phone 1249. tf HOUSE MOVING NEW FIRM Williams Housemovlng and Wreck ing Co. Estimate cheerfully given. 23 W. Monroe. Phona 1738. tf 037340 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (Publisher) DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR V 8. Land Office, at Phoenix, Arizona April 23, 1921. NOTICE 1 hereby given that David 8. Pogue, of Cashlon, Arizona, who, on December 17. J917, made Home stead Entry, No. 037346, for Lots and 4, Section 1, and Lot 1. Sec tic i 4. Township 1-S. Range 1-W. O. 8. R. B. Meridian, has filed notice ot Intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Register and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Phoa nix. Arizona, on the 2nd cay or June, 1121. Claimant names as witnesses: Robert Lee Davis. William Davis, Albert Keens, Otia Amator, all of Cashion. Arizona. CHAS. E. MARSHALL. Register, 4-21 to 5-21 - - ' O ' ' i C41657 DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR U. 8. LAND OFFICE at Phoenix. Arizona, April 23, 1921. NOTICE is hereby given that James Adam, of Cashlon, Arizona, who. on February . 1920, made Homeatead Entry, No. 041667, for SHSEH. Section 19, Township 1-N Range 1-E. G. S. R. B. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to maka three year proof, to establishd claim to the land above described, before the Register and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Phosnix. Arizona, on tha 31st day of May. 1921. , Claimant names as witnesses: Joe Gillen. of Tempe, Arizona. Roebrt, L Adams, Jack Elliott. both of Phoenix, Arizona. Jc . Lacey. of Lavcen. Arizona. CHAS. E. MARSHALL. Register. LENDALE RICHER INJURED BY HORSE SOUTHSIDE NEWS OFFICE 80UTHSIDE DEPT. 14 8. MacDonald St. Ph. 341, Mesa JUNK Wanted Battery lead; will pay market prices for all kinds of junk. EFFRON & CO. 1009 E. Madison. Phone 1832 tf JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER CHAS. A. SHELDON lOt N. First Ave Phone 3583 tf MILLINERY Ladies' Hat Shop Hats remodeled, new hats made (frames). 116 East Roosevelt. tf BILLY KING, tiancing teacher. tpaches all summer. Arcadia, 325 W Washington. Classes daily 7:30 to 8:30; private by appointment; call In person. Will rent hall for private dances. dp PIANO TUNING 12,500, 1 YEAR, security required, llcan. 10 per cent; best Box 10H, Repub-lra EXPERT driver, wishes to go north with partv In car; references fur nished., H. L. Osbourn, 744 E. Port land. It SPOT CASH for Highest prices paid. Liberty bonds. . 128 E. Adams. tf MONEY to loan on well improved city property. E. E. Pascoe. 10 West Van Buren etreeL tf SPOT CASH For your furniture, tools, old clothes" or what have you? Phone vvifi tf W ANTED A good second-hand .rrtrnh. trunk. Must be CHATTEL LOANS EASY TO GET In sums up to 1300 at lawful rates on your furniture., piano, automobile, livestock, implements, etc Repay In small monthly installments, if de sired; ample funds; just and cour teous treatment; strictly confiden tial. People's Loan snd Invest Co.,- 23 East Washington St. Phone . tf 26 LOST AND FOUND Call 8118. between 6 and 8. It WANTED Furniture, guns, sew ing machines, carpenter's tools. Phone 4779. I pay more. d YOU WANT to make money. Get in the ice cream business. One Ice cream wagon, horse and harness, complete, for ssle; good reason for -liinc. 1701 E. AdamS; ai WANTED Trunk, must be in nnw4 condition and cheap. sua r-. ;arfiel1 OST Big flat key Monday afternoon n western part of town. Return to Re publican; reward. di WANTED To Diiy. li-inca in plow section harrow; 5-tooth cultivator and some high Phone 4252. Bolln Realty r-o 13 W. Van Buren St dl WANTED To buy aecond hand furniture, tools, guns, etc I pay high ' . --k nriors. See ma before sell- 7T 1753. D. C. Whltloek. tf ' i ANTED A tlidV. trombone. case for large bell Box 19H, Repub-dm v-i-rt-RR Ford's Store; phon Buy everything from cellar to '.. .n. ntunUtv: anywhere: also . -r,t crockery, stoves. ' '"Jlr'j:, fans, trunks anything. tf - v a NTED Second-hand piano for casn Box 92G. Republican. Phone -,'i vfik IT! " Highest price paid for inhin- and shoes. for lurniiuic -- - -. , p. Tvh. Arisona Supply House. 341 E. Wash ington. Phone 1476. ., 22 W A N T E DrrHEJPJMAL E r.TTi.i iiVMENT OFICE wallTst. cor- jeferson mason. .rriwi milker. t.ams'er camp 12.23-12 man (i 1 who 0 knows nnw " "- . . short r,ge ..f."'"who wants h;,ui. goon ,,rk aril v M.r.iiig "o.. It LoST Eastern Star pin, Sunday- evening between 912 E. Garfield and the high school; reward. 912 East Garfield. 1 FOUND Buch of valuable keys, Owner prove property at Republican office. dm LOST One rag 8.3x10.6, between First street and Center on Hadley Return to Mare Island Furniture Shop and receive reward. 822 South Center. dl LOST Key ring with office keys Finder return to w. J. Burns, iw v Monroe St., Phoenix. d 5 MULES BRANDED SWASTIKA CROSS ON LEFT NECK. LOST FROM U. H. GAMMLE S PASTLKE, NOTIFY 4204. REWARD. . tf S. L. HAMILTON. Piano Tuner 1 7th year In Phoenix. Phone 3306 tf PAINT SUPPLIES Chicago Paint Store. Wall paper, paints, varnishes, etc. 827 West Washington. Phona 4894. tf B3B633 DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR . U. S. LAND OFFICE, at Phoonlx, Arizona. April 23. 1921. NOTICE ia hereby given that Car rle Campbell, formerly Carrie Boa- welL of Phoenix, Arizona, who, on July 9 1917, made Homestead Entry, No. 035633, tor NW4. Hection II, Township 3-N., Range i-E., G. & S. R. B. tc Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to maka commutation proof. to establish claim ot the land above described, before the Register and Receiver. U. S. Land office, at Phoa nix, Arizona, on the 3d day of June. 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: Walter L. Brooks. Henry E. Pierce. both of Scottsdale. Arizona. John D. Bowers. Alexander . a, Campbell, both of Phoenix, Arizona, CHAS. E. MARSHALL. Register. G LENDALE, May 23 John Schla- los, a rancher living five miles west of Glendale, was kicked by a horse early Monday morning and quite se riously injured. Dr. Franklin was called to. attend tha man and atated that ScHlalos was kicked In tha ab domen and from present indications no bad results would follow. Game to ba Postponed Word has been received from the manager of the navy team that on account of other plans, and also part of the team being called to sea, the oys will be unable to keep their schedule in the Salt River valley. This word was received by Pidga Pinney, Monday morning. Held Pleasant Piemo Mr? and Mrs. J. R. Pearca ware hosts to a little picnic party held Sunday at the Maricopa Country club In phoenix, the evening being spent at Riverside. Those present were Mr. snd Mrs. T. C. Meiger, Mrs. Anderson. Messrs. Cawl. W are, Beaver and Mr, and Mrs. J. R. Pearca. Back From Tombttene Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Downing re- turned from Tombstone Sunday morning and will ba located In Glen. dale for a while. He Is here on business. Good Fellowship Club ' The Good Fellowship club will meet Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Woman's club house, the meeting being somewhat In tha order .of farewell party to Mrs. O. O. Nels trath, who will leave soon for Cali fornia. The hostesses for tha after noon will be Mrs. Harry Mora, Mrs. W. M. McDonald and Mrs. J. B. He Intyre. Teaehera Leave Miss Hallan, one of the teachers at the grammar school, left last eve ning for Los Angeles where she will spend tha summer. Miss Whitaman left to spend the summer with her parents in the southern states. . Royal Neighbors The Royal Neighbors will hold an open meeting Thursday evening at the W. O. W. hall and after the reg ular session the husbands and those who hold tickets on the quilt are cor dially invited to attend. Following the giving away of the quilt the eve ning will be spent with games and refreshments. Visiting Hera Miss Elsie J. Elliott visited here Sunday. She expects to leave soon for Lon Beach with Mrs. H. C. Lock ett and sons, being gone all summer. The Lockett children are Just recov ering from operations. Dance at Woman's Club The trustees of the Woman's club will give a danca Friday evening, May 17. Those having invitations to the dance 'given on May It are most cordially Invited to attend. Missionary Society Tha Young Women's Missionary society of the Christian church will hold their first regular meeting at the church Thursday evening. Boy Seouta The local patrol of the boy scouta left Monday afternoon for a camping trip south and west of Glendale on the river. The boys were accompanied by Scout Master J. E. Ferris ana were very enthusiastic over tha outing. Taken to Hospital I. I Dare was taken to Phoenix Sunday where he will undergo course of trestment at the Sunny Rest hospital. Mr. Dare was former ly associated with tha Santa Fa, STAMMERING can be permanent ly cured in Phoenix by one that has had the experience: ror rurtner in formation call at 514 W. Culver St.. Miss Myers, instructor. 6db MATHEWS PAINT CO.. 128 S FIRST AVE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN PAINTS. OILS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES. ETC. PHONE 12ft. PROMPT UB7- I.IVERY. tf STAG'C LEAVES every Wednesday morning for Agua Callente, the Hot Springs that cure rneumatism, ss.ui diseases, etc. Phona 71S for reserva tion or call Hageman, cor. sno at. ana Adams. tf Commercial work, pamphlets. booklets, handbills, etc. Arizona Re publican Print Shop. Pbone 4331. tf 29 ANNOUNCEMENTS SILK shirts and blouses, cleaned and pressed. 25c each. Send or call at 1230 E. Adams St. dm 0 SPECIAL NOTICES AUTO STORAGE We eive monthly rates on storage. Will keep it oiled and greased for vou at a very small cost. Why let your car stand on tha street when it means money t6 you The Service complete Morgan Motor Service Co. 1st and Van Buren Sts. 'Phone 4958 it LKARN SPANISH Conversational Saniah taught at your home; most reasonable rates in city; by Instruc tor with years experience. ' Phone 4472. Box 16H Republican. dl NOTICE to Real Estate Dealers: This is to notify you that my prop erty located at 123S East Willetta St., is off the market. T. Wm. Thomp son. owner. dl AUTO TIME TABLE LOST Lady's black plush hand baa at Central Pharmacy Saturday evenfhg containing valuables. Re ward. 520 S. 1st Ave. OK LOST From automobile. 7th St. Sunday 6:80. Black handbag contain ing money and a checkbook with owner's name. Leave at Republican office. dm GUILLIAM'S STAGE LINE TOLLESON CASHION AVON 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 4183. tf ACCOUNTANTS JOHN W. WAGNER Certified Public Accountant, Room 3, .Central Kd. 139 N. Cen. Phone 1223. tf AUTO PAINTING STRAYED Bay horse 1,000 pounds, long rope and halter on; one brown horse mule 900 pounds. R. Yoiinc. R 1 rhoenlx. dm STRAYED to the place. Sheep. Owner can have them for expenses and proof of ownership: Lenkerr. Phone 37J5. dm DETROIT AUTO PAINT SHOP 613 S. Central Ave. Phone 477 PRINTING PHOTOGRAPHERS For Fine Portraits THE RUSSELL STUDIO Phone 46S8 35 E. Washington tf PHONOGRAPH REPAIRING PHONOGRAPHS repaired any style or make In our completely equipped shop. Cass Redewlll Co, 226 W. Washington. tf PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER STENOGRAPHER Private dicta tion. copying. 207 Nat. Ba of Ari zona Bldg. Phone 1748. gs MRS. A. MONETTE, Stenographer, Notary Public. State agent Lina-a-Time machines. P. 1155, 701 Heard Bldg. tf SHOE REPAIRING BILLIE BOSS, SHOE SHOP, 49 N. Second St. All kinds of fine shoe repairing done in best -nanner. 6d SCHOOL OF MUSIC Everything in music, expression languages and d.mcine. Phone 1009. tf TAXI AND MESSENGER SERVICE C. & H. TAXI 106 E. Adams. Phone 1717. day and night service, tf O4O55S-04212S DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR U. 8. LAND OFFICE, at Phoenix, Arizona. April 22. 1921. NOTICE is hereby given that Wil liam Davis, of Cashion, Arizona, who, on Jan. 9 and May 2S. 1919, made Homestead Entry No. 040698-042118 for lota 3. 4 and 6, Section 34, Town ship 1-N Range 1-W. G. & S. R. B. & Meridian, has filed notice of Inten tion to make three year proof, to es tabllsh claim to the land above da scribed, before the Register and Re celver, U. S. Land Office, at Phoenix. Arisona, on the second day ot June, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: Albert Keen. Otis Amator, Joa Buker, David S, Pogue. all of Cash ion, Arizona. CHAS. E. MARSHALL. Register. TEMPE AGENCY Laird aV Dines Drug Store Phono 22 GILBERT AGENCY Gilbert Pharmacy Phena Meaa 1R2 CHANDLER AGENCY Gardner A Harmer Drug Store Phono 21 GOODYEAR AGENCY J. E. Flanagan Refreshment Parlor MISS DAISY BUCK TO WED FRANK E. T RASK CO OPERATION MARKETING TO BE TOPIC OF NIEETIflG SEWING MACHINES PHOENIX SEWING MACHINE EXCHANGE, 16 and 18 S. Fourth SL Phone 5909. Machines rented snd re paired. Representative White Sew ing Machine Co, tf SPANISH LESSONS Evening classes in Spanish at 710 N. Second Street. Silver offering. Day classes, terms. Airy classroom. 6d SIGN PAINTERS L'NEEDA SIGN SERVICE 111 W. Jefferson. Phone 6946. Live and let live prices. 6dn tf AWNINGS WESTERN Mutual Advertising Co Signs, window display cards; better work, less money. Phone 1 51. dk TRANSFER AND STORAGE 27 BUSINESS CHANCES .ni -tick. Write aj FOR SALE Hank s root dl stand. Leaving Mesa- beer dm TENTS, AWNINGS AND CAMP FURNITURE. We make everything known that will fool rain and sun. Phoenix Tent & Awning Co.. corner of First and Monroe Sts. Phone 1411. tf CHAMBERS TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. Any kind of hauling Fireproof storage. Phone 1228 or 3526. tf BARBER SUPPLIES Eaior and safety blade sharpening our specialty. Blanton 20i W. I Washington. tf PHONE 1801. Golden Rule Trans fer. Trunks to any part of the city 50c. Upstairs, 76c. 8 S. Second Ave.lt RatEiie checked to destination. All kinds of hauling. Fireproof storage LiKhtninz Delivery Co.. 42 S. Center. Phone 3094 and 412C. tf AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES OF .INCORPORATION OF RATNER'S FRENCH SHOP KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That at a special meeting of stockholders of Ratner's French Shop, a corporation, organ ised and existing under and by virtue of the laws of tha State of Arizona, held at the office of said corpora tion In Phoenix. Arizona, on the 2nd day of April. 1921. at 8:00 p. m after due notice of time, place and purpose of the meeting, by the unanimous vote of the issued and outstanding stock of the company. Article I of the Articles of Incorporation of the said company was duly amended to read as follows: The name of the corporation is and shall be RATNER'S APPAREL SHOPS. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the president of said company has here unto set his hand, attested by the secretary of the corporation, this 19th day ef April. 1321. RATNER'S APPAREL SHOPS M. B. RATNF.R. President. (Corporste Seal.) Attest: A. P. Saltman. Secretary. STATE OF COLORADO, COUNTY OF DENVER. ss. Before me. Bessie T- Green, a No tary Public for the County of Denver. State of Colorado, personally ap peared M. B. Ratner, President of the Ratner's Apparel Shop, a corporation, who acknowledged to me that he ex ecuted the foregoing Instrument for the purpose and consideration there in expressed. Dated this 17th day of May, 1921. My commission expires October 26, 1924. BESSIE T. GRFEN. Notary Public. (Notarial Seal.l STATF. OF ARIZONA. COUNTY OF MARICOPA ss Before me. A. B. Welch. Notary Public for the County of Maricopa. Stste of Arizona, personally appeared A. P. Saltman, Secretary of the Rat ner's Appsrel Shop, a corporation. , who acknowledged to me that h GILBERT, May 33 Co-operative marketing of cotton will ba discussed by E. W. Hudson of Tempe at tho meeting of the Gilbert Farm Bureau to be held Thursday evening in tho high school. Mr. Hudson returned recently from Memphis whore he at tended the national convention of cotton growers and the salient point of the conference there will ba re counted by him. O. H. Kunca of Chandler, local rep resentative of the federal loan bu reau will also address tho meeting on the subjects of loans. In addition to tha business prog ram, the farm bureau officials are working out an entertainment which will be given during tho evening. League Desert Pienie - - The Epworth League of tho M. C church gave a desert picnic for Its members sUthe home of F. D. John son, on Friday afternoon from 4 o'clock until 10 o'clock. A baseball game was tha first event or the afternoon at sunset, every one joined In a vesper service lead by Dr. P. J. AVhlte. Following this wienler were roasted on a great bonfire and every one at their fill of roasted wienies, buns and pie. Junior-Senior Banquet The Junior class of tha high school entertained the senior class with a banquet on Saturday evening. Tha room was decorated very pretty in tha senior class colors of purple and gold. Many toasts, stories and musl TEMPE. May 13. Miss Daisy Buck left Saturday nvght for Norton, Kan sas, where she will visit her sister until her marriage to rYanic Everett Trask of Wesslngton, South Dakota, which will take place early In June. Miss Buck has lived in and near Tempe for II years, and has taught In tha schools at Kyrene. Mesa, Phoenix and Tempo for about iu years, having been the aomesuc science Instructor for the Tempe high and grammar schools for the Dast two terms. During nor stay in Tempo miss Buck haa always taken a very active Dart in social and civic affairs and haa mads many warm friends who now extend their bast wishes. Mrs. D. O. Buck gave a very pret tily-appointed announcement party In- her honor Saturday afternoon. about 26 guests being present. The approaching wedding was announced In a most unusual way. The guests were divided into two groups and given a pair of pumps, which had been cut into email pieces, to put to gather. When tho pieces were matched and placed together. Daisy Buck was written across one pump and Frank Everett Trask across the other one. Miss Buck was then presented with a booklet written by the guests entitled:. "How to Manage a Husband by the Experienced and Inexperienced. Ice cream and cake were served and all the ladies de parted wishing the prospective bride a long and happy married life. On Crutches K. C Hudson is walking on crutches, having sprained his foot several days ago while trying to jump a ditch. Hero to Visit Mother Mrs. O. 8. Lincoln Is here from New Mexico to spend several weeks with har mother. Mrs, Lucy Pine. Walter Pine Is also down from Ray for a vacation. Tampa Visitors Mr. .and Mrs. Chsrles Waterhouse of I Jtchfie.ld. and Mr. and Mm. Floyd Fisk were visitors in Tempo Sunday. Wilt Sell Poppies . William Bloys Post No. 1 win ob serve the national poppy day on May 28 and will sell popniea. The flowers were made of red silk by the French war orphans and will be sold for 10 cents each. They are to. be worn on Memorial day. Tho popples will be sold all oxer the nation snd the proceeds of the sale will be sent directly to the French orphans. Spend Week-End in Tempo Mrs. Fred Patterson and children ef Litchfield spent tho week-end with Mro. Patterson's . parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Q. Buck. Card Club Meats Tha Monday Bridge club met at tho homo of Mrs. C. O. Jones thl week. Refreshments were served and all tho ladies spent a very plea sant afternoon. Here on a Business Trio Dudley Craig, formerly a resident ef Tempo but now located In Miami Is here on a short business trip. Tempo Team Loses Game The Tempo base b.in tem lost the game plaved with the Arizona East ern on the high school grounds Sun day afternoon, the score being 6 to 1 in favor of the Phoenix team. Returna to Texas Mrs. Zora McDonald left Monday evening for San Antonio, Texas, to make her home with her son, Edwsrd McDonald. ' Week-End Guests ' Miss Alverda Goodwin hsd as house guests last week-end. the Misses Charlotte Hopkins. Stella Carson and Gwendolln Jones. New Son Mr. and Mrs. C. P- Reld are re joicing over the arrival of a fine nine and a fourth pound son born Monday ariemoon at iz:c. Leaves far Homo Miss I. lira Austin left with hr fsther M"dav evening for their home at Sonolta. The trip was made overland. . Magneto Stolen From Traetor Some one stole the magneto snd several other small parts off of tractor belonging to J. R. Bl"chett, which had been left In the field a dsv or two se-o. Me. Plrcbett re Torte1 the mttee' t the S'sptev Hril" sto-e in Mn snd was told that rot less . than a doen msgne'os hd been stolen recenttv 'Dm the make of tractors thev cs-" The magnetos re worth about 175 so are quite a loss. BATTERY B IS BUSY GETTING READY FOR TI ,E SUMMER GAMP Legal Advertising executed the foregoing instrument for the purpose and consideration therein expressed. Dated this 20th day of May. 1921. Mv commission expires Feb. 19, 19221 A. B. WELCH. Notary Public. (Notarial Seal.) Filed in the office of the Arisona Corporation Commission this 10th day of May. A. D. 1921, at 1:00 p. m.. at the request of A. P. Saltman. whose postofflce address is Phoenix, Arisona. ARIZONA CORPORATION COM MISSION. By D. F. JOHNSON Chairman. a 041930 DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR U. S. LAND OFFICE at Phoenix, Arizona, May 6, 1921. . NOTICE is hereby given that Christian W. Jacobs, of Box 166, Scottsdale. Arizona, who on May 13. 1919, made homestead entry No. 0491930. for S. W. H; S. W. . Sec S3, Township 3-N, Range 4-E.. O. & B. R. B. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Register snd ReceUer. U. S. Land Office, at Phoenix. Arizona, on the 14th day of June. 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: Alex. J. Robl, of Phoenix, Arizona; Patrick 0'Donn?U. Frank A. Gatcheli and Carrie Donaldson, all 3 of Scotts dale, Arizona. CHAS. E. MARSHALL Register. cat numbers made tha evening very enjoyable. Woman's Club MesJts ' The Woman's .Improvement club met at the home of Mrs. George Peterson on Wednesday afternoon. Tha first half hour was spent in vis iting the many beautiful flower beds and admiring them. Following this Mrs. P. I Lacy presided at a busi-v neas meeting and Mrs. R. J. Shirley and Mrs. J. C. Walker handed In their resignations from their official duty, ss they are leaving soon for Califor nia. Tha resignation was accepted with very much regret as both these ladles are very active members. Re freshments of ice cream and cake were served. Farmers vs. Town The Farmers baseball team crossed bats with the Town team Saturday afternoon. The farmers won the vic tory with a score or 12 to 1. New Boy Arrives Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Crandall are tho parents of a new baby born, Wednesday. On Sick List Mrs. Elmo Nicholson has been quite 111 since Friday. NATURALLY. ffsffifl MESA, May 23 Plans for encamp- . ment this summer, completing tha armory, receiving and Issuing equip, ment and recruiting tha organisa tion up to additional strength Is fur. nlshlng members of Battery B. Ari zona field artillery, with ample to keep them busy through their spars moments. Tho first of tho equip ment for the new battery la already here and additional supplies are as pec tea at an early date. The basement in the L D. 8- audi torium has been remodeled into a first class armory and tho finishing touches are now being added to the job. At the same time the first equipment, including ammunition and medical supplies is being unloaded and stored in tha armory under tho direction of Sergeant Joe Perkins. The 73 steel lockers for the men have been ordered and are expected la the forepart of the month, together with other supplies. Tho thirty-two head of horses allotted to tho bat tery are expected In about- a month and stables will bo prepared for - them In the meantime. Fifteen additional members are to '. be taken Into tho battery and Lieu tenant Joe Pomeroy has boon do tailed as recruiting officer. Those Interested in re-enlisting can secure . Information from him at the Tog gery. Tho popular eld army pay call will sound for tho first time tho last of June and the men will lino op then to receive their pay, ranging up to aa high as ISO to $40 per man. The battery's regular drill will bo - ' held in the armory Tuesday night at 8 o'clock, when further plana for Ti tho encampment to be bold this sura- mer at Fort Bliss will be discussed. l i Present Musicals Tuesday The musicale "Mid-summer NlgTaf will be presented Tuesday evening .' at ( o'clock in the high school aud itorium. Msny of tho children of tho primary grades will appear In tho production which Is being staged ran tier tho direction of Mrs. Ruth Loo : Huber, supervisor of music In tho grade schools. Will Study in Berkeley Prof. L. E. Eggerston. principal of the Latter Day Saints seminary In - mesa win leavo xuesday with hia family for Salt Lake City. From -there the professor will go to Berke- ' ' ' ley, where ho will take a course in the University of California sum- ' mer school. Drunk Fined S15 Sam Churry. colored was arrested ' Saturday night In Verde Vista by ' ' Deputy Sheriff Joe Mendosa for be ing drunk and disturbing tho peace. He was fined 115 in Judge Kings- ' bury's court Monday morning. Mitchell Hatchery Cloaaa .-,. The last thousand baby chicks of . this year's hatching at tho Mitchell ' Poultry farm In Mesa were taken out of the incubators Mondsy and tha hatchery is closed down for tho sea- . son. The hatchery, wnlch la said to be the largest in Arizona, has turned " out thousands of baby chlcka this - season, which have been shipped to all parts of Arizona, the final ship- ments Monday being billed to Tuc son, Jerome Junction and Prescott. Mr. Mitchell's plans for the enlarge- ' ment of, the hatchery are already un derway. Building has startcsl to make room for double tho present capacity next season. While the hatching season is over, tha farm has some 6,000 four weeks old chicks and pullets which will be disposed of between now and summer. Parking Space to bo Painted Spaces in the middle of the up town streets for tho parking of auto mobiles will be marked out again this year, commencing Wednesday morn- . Ing, according to Marshal EL J. War- , . ren. Last year 283 spaces were chalked out In tho four block a ex- . tending ono each way from tho Inter section of Main and MacDonald streets. The same streets will bo designated for centet of tho street parking again with three or four less y paces to the block made necessary by the presence of the street light ing standards which aero -erected ' this spring. Saturday is Poppy Day Saturday will be- Poppy dsy In Mesa and a thousand of the little ' silk flowers similar to those that grow in Flanders fields are here awaiting distribution. Mrs. W. R. . Stewart has been made chairman of the work hero and will enlist the aid of the Camp Fire Girls in distribut ing the poppies. She asks those girls who win aid in the work to confer with her before Saturday. Prize Bull Dog ia Poisoned R. M. Flelsher of Everybody's drug store and his family are mourn- Ing the loss of their handsome bull dng which somebody poisoned last Saturday night. The canine was poisoned one night a few weeks pro vious, but hssty work of a veter inary pulled the animal through. Sat urday night he got a mora severe dose and passed away despite tha efforts of the doctor to save him- Cuts Corners; Is Fined E. W. Waite drew a fine in Jus tice ivewell's court Monday morn ing of tt. He was arrested Satur day night for cutting corners aith ' his auto. Masonic Lodge Meeting Oriental Lodge No. 20, Ft snd A. M.. will hold a special meeting in Masonic hall Tuesday night for the conferring work in the first degrea South Side Theaters Today Majestic. Mesa Constance RV ney in "The Stolen Kiss." The Pain-s News. Burton Holmes travel pic ture. Gilbert Anite Stewart in "The Message of the Mouse." Big V com edy, "Big Bluffs and Bowling Balls." "Masked Rider. " Tempe "A Voice in the Dark." all star cast. Two reels western drama. "Perils of the West." "Ruth of the Rockies," starring Ruth Ro land. Chandler "a Small Town Idol. starring Ben Turpin. Bray Picto-graph. Uro-AO la the doctor o? Maid No. He's ea bia vacation. Brtrwa lOlliag time. I suppose. The Fe'.srian senate has approved the proposal to bury the body of an unknenn Belgian soldier beneath nonument to those who died in the war. W inkelman, Ariz.