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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1921
(Section Two) PAGE FIVE FOR RENT APARTMENTS FOUR-ROOM apartment, unfur shed, hot and cold water, separate ith. 821 N. 4th St. bk NICELY furnished apartment for nt, three room and screen room, frlvate t,lhi free water. 1218 East k-fferserSt. For particulars inquire t. 12g N. H(h Ave. ha For "RENT furnished apartment 1320 N. 3rd St. Phone ESQ?. bs SIX-ROOM furnished apartment; fvo sleeping porches, private bath ot and cold water, garage; to aotms nly. 815 E. McKlnley. . tf MODERN clean furnished apart- lents to healthy adults Oarage. 07 S. 2nd Ave. bb FURNISHED APARTMEN-T. orth Fourth ave. 347 COLUMBIA APT3. Uuf urnished iur rooms and bath; reasonable rent. 21 S. JfcsVyh Ave. tf THRi :' ; troom furnished aoart- hent and Oath at 509 K. Van Buren reet. r NICELY furnished four room partment. 716 W. Madison. Phone S16. bb 13 FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS NICELY furnished room in modern home; furnace heat. 606 N. Fourth Ave. bb SPLENDID room for lady; break -fast. Phone 840. bb NICELY furnished room, select residential district, block from car: suitable for two person. Apply 448 W. Washington. bs WELL located room, suitable for Office of dressmaking, also one for sleeping, for rent very cheap. S18 N. Center. Phone 1441. bb ROOM, adjoining bath, close in, $4 week, single or double;' board If de sired. 738 E. Van Buren. Phone 3209. ' bs FOR RENT Well furnished rooms, nice, location, close in. Call and fff. 321 W. Jefferson, bb 19 WANTED SITUATION, MALE 22 WANTED To build your garage, screen porch or other carpenter work. Call Bower, Phone 8S59. bs WANTED Young man. S. Center. COLORED man wants houseclean ing. Phone 5132. bd YOUN'O man, thoroughly experi enced in stenographic and general of fice work, also as salesman, desires position with local concern where ability and close application will as sure advancement. Perfect health; local reference. P. O. box 898. It WANTED-Experlenced shade and linoleum man; state experience and other qualifications. - Apply Box 33W, Republican. bs WANTED - Paint ers and Paperhang ers. Taylor Paint House. 30 N. First Ave: YOUNG man, college education. wants employment. Phone 5316. bs A NICE room for rent. West Monroe. " 13. 1550 bb NICELY furnished rooms; also screen porch; walking distance; breakfast If desired. 1015 N. 2nd St. r . bs FURNISHED apartment. Tadison. 1743 W. r FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSES FURNISHED 5-room brick house. lodern, on corner, $50. 1246 East leree St. Apply 1145 E. Taylor. bs NINE-ROOM house, nicely fur- lshed, for rent. 413 N. 7th Ave., bk FOR RENT Furnished 8-voom ouse. 717 E. Portland. Key at 725 Portland. bs SIX-ROOM furnished house. t 1145 E. Portland. Call r 6 EVEN-ROOM HOUSE, complete furnished, including piano, screen leeping porches and garage. Call 1R2. .. J FOR KEN? Two nlcel-' furnished -room cottages at scottsdaie. in ulre A. Glaus. OR RENT Furnished rooms, close to high school. 802 N. 7th St. Phone 2012. bs FOR RENT Large front sleeping rooms at Monroe. the Glenwood. 245 East bl ROOMS Polk. for gentlemen. 1024 W. bd S12 W. WASHINGTON ST. Fur nished rooms, gentlemen only. bg NICELY furnished, front room in private home tor one or two. 1 ivate entrance, bath adjoining, close in near hfgh school, Monroe school and hospital; breakfast if preferred. 539 East Adams, r FURNISHED screen room for lady; board If desiredi 921 E. Brill. bb NICELY furnished house for rent. 01 E. Wllletta. Phone 8212. r SEVEN-ROOM furnished house. 11 N. Second street, $50 on lease. ''hone 2600. bs FOR RENT Nicely furnished room, connecting bath; reasonable rate to permanent party Phone 2601. 311 East Fillmore St. tl SlX-ROOM furnished house and rsi?(. 90 N. Seventh St. bd FOR RENT Qr Itase. , 6-room fur Ished bungalow with garage: imnie- iste possession. 1130 K. Culver, .bd LOVELY front room, new home. Choice location. 803 North Sixth avenue. bs FIVE-ROOM furnished house. 1117 :st McKlnley. bs FOR RENT Partly furnished ouse, shade and garage, $65; locat- d at 1104 McKlnley. Phone 8906. bs MODEJjtN half house. 4 rooms and fcreen porch. Apartment, z rooms nd porch. Two room house. Healthy dults. tit East McKlnley. , tf FOR RENT Furnished garage- house, private bath, light and gas, 742 W. Mafllmn. r Fivkl-ROUM BHICK HOUSE; two Vcreen rooms. Completely furnishta; strictly modern. Suitable for one or wo families. Lots or shade, garage. bn oaved street and carline. 1914 W. Adams. DR C CLOSE IN New four rooms and asement, modern brick, furnished, Tor rent cheap at 511 N. -Second St. Will lease at $40 to a desirable ten- n.- - It toi?iS-ROOM brick, partly fur ilshed, N. F... 630; S-roottt brick, fur- ilthed, good shade, $45. SEE FIKE 58 R. Washington It ' i' W o H o O M modern house. Waithv adults. Call 61S W. Fill iMn bb ( MALL well furnished house trouple. Phone 1485. for bb f TWO-ROOM f8rnished cottage 7rintiv modern: as. electricity, on Wrlll cftr line. 80 Pierce. bs? NICELY furnished room; also runnine water. 1317 West Washing ton St. bb STRICTLY private: 2 modern fur nished rooms with bath. $3.00 and $5.00 per week. 724 W. Jackson, bs FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms with sleeping porches. Walk ing distance- to downtown. Single gentlemen preferred. 615 N. First street. bb 1WO nice rooms for light house keeping over garage; completely fur nished for $25. 821 E. Portland. bd SLEEPING rooms and housekeep ing. 306 B. Van BUren. Phone 2153 bb LARGE front room With kitchen ette: ens. lutbt and phone furnished: also bedroom, close in. 408 N. Sec ond street. bo EXPERIENCED salesman desires Permanent position with hat or clothing firm, or wholesale house; can give -reference. Address Box 20W. Republican. r YOUNG man, three years electrical engineering, wants employment m hatterv station. P. O. Bo 417. r RESPONSIBLE man with car de sires position as salesman for reliable concern references furnished. Box 21W. Republican. bs WANTED By A-l automobile man: will drive or repair; wju lane anything. Call Smith, 4899. YOUNG man. high school gradu ate, would like position bookkeeping and typing, raone wi. IK" YOU want a carpenter, call 5333. I will call on you. . og PAINTING, kalsomiming, paper hanging. Smythe, 215 E. Polk. Phone 3520. ok A JAPANESE school boy wants a position in a family. Box 14W, Re- publican, . . ; bg YOUNG man, resident of Phoenix, experienced as solicitor ana acquaint ed with business men' of city, wishes position with firm where reliability and honesty count for advancement. Rrv-r 1W Republican. bs FOR house cleaning, calsomining, painting and all kinds of work. Phone 173T, call G. H. . WANTED A few small sets of books to keep. Will make special investigations. W. B. Park, account- ant, 104 W. Taylor St. bs HAIR cut, 25c; electric clippers; Shave, 150. Moved to 19 E. Van Bureh 10-b Wifi BOTH lose unless I figure on tour carpenter or cabinet work Phone 2929. tf 1 CLE AS your house and rugs sat IsfactorilV. John King Phone 1249. tf EX-SERVICE MEN SEEK JOBS When Jrou want help give the firs chance to ex-service men. A number of men who have served their couTl try no are looking for position here, Phone American Legion headquarter. 493$, and we may be able to. fill your needs. ' ' ROOMS Close In; $2.80 per week end up. 333 N. Second Ave. . bl 20 WANTEO SITUATION FEMA .E FOR RENT Sleeping rooms. N. Fifth street. Phone 2167. 601 bb TWO rooms and Screen room, prlv- ilege of having room phone and piano. Suitable for four ladies. S02 N. Third street. WANTED By high school girl place in reliable family to assist in housework. Christie uoivm, r. o. box 43. La-veen. bb WANTED Sewing; able, photie 4975. WELL furnished room in nice home, close in, North Center. Phone 1909. t POSITION desired in doctor's dentist's Office, by middle aged worn n. Box 26W. Republican. bo ROOMS, close in, $2.60 per week and bp. 833 N, 2nd Ave, p loRREft T Rooms, cool and close COMPETENT, reliable nurse wish es engagement at once. Phone 2224 In. 361 No. First AV. Was HlNG Sf.e. do. Republ lean, ROOMS $3 Hotel Navs.io. per week and 646 W. Adams. up. 9gs FOR RENT Modern room with sleeping porch. 600 N. Second Ave. 14 FOR RENT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS I NICELY furbished 8-room bunga Mow and screen porch: modem, clean: Jbesutiful lawn and shade; half block (to car; price $25. Inquire 2015 West ) Monroe. , ."7 'f, 1 J ...... T, V 1 If J UK IV r.j.i i uim ,J ' ' light, gas, bath and furnished. Apply 1113 E. Willetta. bb FOR RENT Furnished four-room house. 206 Iridianola Ave. bb IF YOU want to be sure of getting the safest and cleanest milk in the city telephone your order to the Cen Av Daft-v. Droducers of Grade a tnlllc Ask our oostumers. tf 'Tvvr nrw modern houses, 5 and 6 firoom, furnished and unfurnished, ga- mte, $60 and 80. zzii w. vvasn. n FURNISHED Washington COTTAGE 715 E. bd TWo.ROOMED water; gas, electricty, Grand Ave. cottage-, $15-$20. free 912 bb THREE-ROOM tottug. furnished, Morn -ihnde. 714 E. Wash. . t 4-room furnished house $30 per mo. 7-rootn unfurnished ....9 per mo. 4-room fum's.ied 35 per mo. -.'5-room furnished $55 per mo, it 2-room apartments fur. $25 per mo, j -room apartment, unfur. $40 per mo. 7-rootn furnished oo per mo 1 TVIF.VKRS INVESTMENT CO. SS XOrth First Ave. Phone 4106 r -ROOM well furnished nouse, modern. Phone 4252. Bolin Realty r 19. W. Van Buren St. tf Kt.RnoM furnished brick house, .m- verv desirable. 738 West Fierce. tf TWO front housekeeping rooms. $22.50 per month, 316 E. Van Buren. bs HEALTHY adults. looking for close in furnished apartment, call at so N. 3rd Ave. bs ONE-ROOM, nicely furnished, for light houseKeeping; private entrance telephone, walking distance, and Just off car line. 22 S. 9th Ave. o TWO rooms furnished for light housekeeping, all (ionvenlence. 1080 W. Polk. bb HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 809 East an BUreti. bs HOUSEKEEPING rooms, close in. yard for Par. 430 W. Jeff. LIGHT housekeeping rooms, clean and convenent. close in. 71$ W, Mad' lSOfi. . DS LIGHT housekeeping rooms for rent. Reasonable rent, vv ater and liehts paid. 606 N. th St b HOUSEKEEPING room over ga rage, suitaBle tor i&ay 6r gentleman empioyea. Phone S67 6t can at 915 N. Fourth St. HOUSEKEEPING apartment, with screen oorch. 1024 W. Polk. bd TWO rooms with screen, f ui nlshed for light housekeeping! ho sick. Phone 8954. . bd THREE light housekeeping robtris and screened porch, neatly furnished and near jhigh school. 421 N. ttn Street. ' HOUSEKEEPING rooms. Adams. 720 E. HOUSEKEEPING and furnished rooms, reasonable rates. Phillips House. 385 NO. 4th Ave. tf ." MoDKRN ix-room house, com ;pletely furnished, two large bedrooms ' nnino norch. earage. 65 . Willetta. Phone 2666. 5 ; -" HALF of a double house, 8 rooms .nd screen, with private bath and garage, newly decorated and nicely 09 N. 6th St. 15 FOR RENT LAND WELL furnished, clean, cozy, $JU, $50 $55. Keys at 218 S. 11th Ave. FOR RENT Three-room 1 nlshed house, -u per uwm". . 6th Ave. fur-320 r FOUR-ROOM furnisned DO"A .i,,i.mnni nnartments. 14 i i". ' I - - T ROOMS AND BOARD 12 " LARGE 100m with sleeping porch ma hath, orivate entrance, choice location, good board in Private home; suitable for two... 394 N. 3rd ROOM and board. 707 N. t Phone 3905. 4th St. bk 11'ivTCn Twn students to board 1 and room, boys or girls. Phone 8891, FOR RENT -160-acre dairy ranch, Sood house, good well watef and barn; $10 per acre. 11 mues west on Rnckeve road, or 1 mile south and Sft mile west from Tolleson. See Salirn Ackel, 18-20 E. Washington St. 16 FOR RENT STORE AND OFFICES ONE store room. 18x35 feet; rea sonable rent. Inquire 40 E. Adams Si tf 17 FOR REN-" MISCELLANEOUS UNDERWOOD typewriter. 3rd Ave. V 353 N bs prices reason bb Box 14V lOp HIGH school a-irl wishes care of children evenings; catt give good references. Call 8572. DAYS work wanted by a colored woman at 318 E. Buctianan St. WANTED HELP, MALE Call at 618 bs 26 LOST AND FOUND RUBBISH hauled away; tertilister delivered; big wr.gon. Mooney, 5924. bb 2 BUSINESS CHANCE8 It WANTED A boy with wheel. See Asklns, McArthur Brothers. It TW.O LIVE SALESMEN Sell old- line fire apparatus to retail trade; commission- salary If results; state selling experience. No promoters. Box 12W. Rwul lican. bb WANTED ranch, hand. First-class Pl.one 4J3. ' married r GUARANTEE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 47 N. Second St. Phone 1480 tf POST CLEANERS means suits cleaned and pressed, $1. We call for and deliver. Phone 4338. American Lecrion. tf LONG'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 40 Wall Street. Phone 6024 Male and female help furnished, tf CENTRAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 15 WALL ST. PHONE 4668 tf A FEW more men can be taken In our practical training shops to learn every branch of the automobile busi ness. One tuition fee covers every part of training. We get you work to earn board and room while learning, NO other school has the necessary equipment or expert Instructors to teach you as thoroughly as we do. Splendid opportunities in and around Los Angeles for good positions when finished. A free 72-page illustrated book specially prepared for your in formation. . Write for it now. Na tional Automotive School. 838 South Figueroa. Los Angeles, Calif. l"b WANTED An experienced pipe fitter. X. S. Horrell Plumbing Co. PHOENIX EMPLOYMENT OFFICE First St Phone 49S8. tf LIVE WIRE 111 S DOWNTOWN hotel paying $7,000 net per year, 40 rooms, good furni ture, 5-year lease, $4000; half cash. One of the best hotels in the city. running hot and cold water in every room, 30 rooms, rent $180 per month, fine income, $10,000. , 25-room hotel, five private baths. hot and cold running water in every room, fine furniture and rugs; 5-year lcasp, large income. MEYERS INVESTMENT CO. 33 N. First Ave. Phone 4106 lib FLOORS I DO floor scraping, painting, p per hanging, tinting. Phone 3257. 10-d Expert floor layers; two electric sanders; experienced finishers; first class hand scraping. Phone 3S88. bs FURNITURE REPAIRING Refinishlng and Upholstering Packing by Expert Packer DORRIS-HEYMAN FURNITURE COMPANY tf FURNITURE STORED AND PACKED FOR SALE Grocery building. stock and fixtures; living rooms in rear; by owner, 609 S. Center Ave. $3000 will handle. Phone 1025. bb FURNITURE btored and packed; packing done by experts. Ford-Levy Furniture Co., 118-120 West Adams Street. tf FO RRENT Dining room and gro cery, good for man and woman; must have car to run stage to town; good money proposition for right party. Information. 31 N. Second Ave. bb POSTOFFICE POSTCARD STU- dio and candy and fruit and soft drink stand for lease by month or year; $20 per month. E. E. Palmer. Mesa. bb FURNITURE and lease of one Qf the best rooming houses in Phoenix; fine location; close in. Address P. O. Box 818. bb FOR SALE Restaurant equipment, ice box stove, dishes,- silverware, wazer cooler, glasses. Inquire 11 W. Washington. t STOCK of ran era 1 merchandise store in small town near Globe. Would sell At appraised wholesale prices present time. Would lease storeroom. Owner wishes to retire; 15 years in business. For further particulars See Cleo Bluthardt at Commercial hotel or phone 2496. tf FOR SALE Confectionery, fruit and cigar stand. Good paying bus! ness. Cheap. S49 East Washington street. t WANTED Some one In position to invest between $3000 and $4000 . in paying business. Party investing cn handle an money; references ex changed. Box fi5V,, Republican. . 1 28 PERSONALS EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 3 Cactus Way. Phone 5093 tt 23 WANTED HELP. FEMALE WANTED Girl to wait table. Ap ply to Cliff Catering Co., Riverside Park, tnis afternoon. bs WANTED Young woman for gen eral housework; must be neat and agreeable with Children. Mrs. Stauf fer. 91 N. Central. ' It WANTED Neat young lady to make sandwiches and help Walt on tables. Call Fayway Butter Store, 16 N. Central Ave. No phone calls an swered. ' It YOUNG man will drive car or par ty anywhere in United states; ref erences furnished. If you are in need of above, address box 99VV, Republl can. bs YOUNG man wants to go to Utah with party in car: will share expens es. Bending Hotel, phone 1015. bs HEMSTITCHING THE HEMSTITCH SHOP Wide and narrow hemstitching, picoting, pleating; buttons. 818 N. Central. Phone 1441. tf Work called for and delivered; mail orders solicited. Mrs, J. W. Boland, 331 W. Washington. Phone 1249. tf THE WRIGHT SHOP Both wide and harrow hemstitch ing. pinking, buttons and pleating. It North Second Ave. Phone 8379. - tf HOUSE MOVING NEW FIRM Williams Housemoving and Wreck lng Co. Estimates cheerfully given. Room 9. 34 North Center. 1738. tf JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER CHARLES A. SHELDON 106 N. First Ave. -Phone 35S3. tf LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED AND REPAIRED WILL CALL for and deliver. King Bros.. 110 E. Adams. Phone 1365 tf PAINT SUPPLIES Chicago Pknt Store. Wall paper, paints, varnishes, etc. 327 West Washington St, Fhnne 4694. Auto painting. tf MATHEWS PAINT CO., 128 S. FIRST AVE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES, BRUSHES, ETC. PHONE 1J59. PROMPT DE LIVERY. . tf PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER CLEO PARts BLUTHARDT, STENOGRAPHER. COMMERCIAL HOTEL LOBBY. tf .MRS. A. MONETTE, Stenographer, Notary Public. State Agent Line Time Machines. 70S Heard Building. Phone 1905. PHONOGRAPH REPAIRING EL PASO Refined young man would like to earn or reduce passage; Ai rtrivAv tilonoaftt companion. Box 82W. Renuhlicah. It PHONOGRAPHS repaired any SEE Jesse Pierce on the Central style or make 1ft Our completely Krhnnt nmnnd, and Van Bureh. for equipped snop. ass ntutwiu vo "Big car Bargains.' It 226 W. Washington. WANTED V oiuan for cooking and general housework. Call 34 71 between 10 and 11. No children. bs LEAVING for Los Angeles Satur- dav a.m.! will take one of two pas sengers. Inauire 16 North Fourteenth St.. today. it WANTED girl for light housework. 521 N. Second St. bb LEAVING tor coast Saturday ori Sunday: have room for two or three passengers. Call 8206. r EXPERIENCED millinery Sales woman, none other need apply. Fash ion Millinery, 22 W. Adams. It 30 WANTED Responsible girl or woman as housekeeper for family of three. Phone .3353.. . , . -. . . hs 23'2 WANTED AGENTS AND SALESMEN . bb PRACTICAL NURSE. Phone 8050. . Reference. bk WANTED Position, stenographer, several years' experience. Local rfrenees. Phone 8?48,. bb FAMILY laundry, finished, $1.25 We call for. 317 N. 12th St. Phone 3336. tf FAMILY laundry. rouKQ dry or fin- Ish. Phone 3129. 9-ds WANT laundry, rough dry or fin ish; tall and deliver; white people ontv. Phone 6872. r SALESMAN EXPERIENCED. TO COVER NEW MEXICO. ARIZONA AND WEST TEXAS WITH EX CEPTIONAL LARGE LINE OF CUTLERY AND CUTLERY SPE CIALTIES FOR EASTERN MANU FACTURER AND IMPORTER OF REPUTE. COMMISSION BASIS. BOND REQUIRED FOR SAMPLES, MAN WITH CAR PREFERRED. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR LIVE WIRE. STATE EXPERt ENCE AND FULL DETAILS. SALES DEPT.. GRIFFON CUT t.ERT WORKS 151 WEST 19TH ST NEW YORK CITY. It Tourist, Welcome to Our Valley Acre City Ererlit Auto Campus I tnllei east of Phoenix city lflitts on state highway. Officer In Attendance, nicnt ana a v CoOk house, dining room, oaroecue pits, canal beach, shower baths, lawn tennis, garage "fix It yourself fine shade; drugs, dry goods and groceries. telephone, bureau of Information. M H. Sheiton, Mgr. 215 west washing' ton St Phoenix or Acre city. Ar. tt t)RESSMAKlNG-r842 N. 5th Ave, r WE DO laundry, rough dry or fin ished. Call and deliver. Phone S613. tr FIRST-CLASS laundry; able. phfhe 8667. re aeon -If 2Q'fe WANTED TO . RENT, WANTED TO RENT Furnished and unfurnished houses and apartments, we have local and eastern people, pay $40 to $200 a month. STEWART REALTY CO. 1? W. Adams. Phone 1997 It A COUPLE want a furnished house or apartment by Oct. 1. Iarge or small but must be modern and clean; permanent. Phone 2515. nm WANTED to rent five-room mod ern hrtuse and garage. Phone 13.12. bs WANTED TO RENT Unfurnished desirable house or apartment it bos sible furnished W.th gas range ana refrigerator, garage in connection Phone 5852 It WANTED Modern 4 or 5-room house with sleeping porch and gar age, unfurnished; will lease by the year: no Sick, Call Vendome Hotel Room 2. bs 81 wanted- Miscellaneous SEED cotton bought at Farmers' Ginning Co.. Six Points. ' bs 25 MONEY TO LOAN WANTED Can handle from $2000 to $3,500 Central bar k C. D.'s: no delay, take 'em straight. H. E. Groom, 18 W. Adams. It WANTED To borrow from owner $1,500 on first class real estate as se curitv. Phone 87S1. . It TO LOAN $10,000; would split into two $5000 loans. Choice city or ranch property. Box 34W. Republican. . bs WANT A LOAN $2000 on resi deuce for S years; conservatively worth $5000: will nay 8: no com See ZundeL 142 W. Adams. Phone 1353. ON citv residence property at six per ctnt C. P. Hart Phone 2848 or 3007. bk WANIED TO BORROW $6500 to $7000 on first mortgage on income hroDertv: Value $22,000. For appoint tppnt Phone 2369. bb CHATTEL i-iOANS Easy to. get in sums up to $300 at lawful rates on your furhituri. piano, automobile, live stock, implements, etc. Repay in small monthly installments if aesirea ample funds, just and courteous treat ment; etrictiy Kuuuuemmi. , trw,w fvian and Investment Co.. 83 E Wash Ineton St. Phone 1296. tf WANTED To rent or buy cheap light team and wagon. Phone 1824. bb MEN'S used shoes wanted. Phone 4776. clothing, hats 407 E. Washington. 10-n WANTED To buy orchard culti vator. Jack-Tharpe; Phone 56J3., r WILL buy your cotton. Phone 1310 flays, 41J8 . evenings. Office, Room 5, Monihon Building. bs PHONOGRAPHS POR RENT Some as low as $3.00 per month. Full credit will be allowed oh pur chas price of any machine you may choose from our stock at any future date. CASS REDEWILL CO. Phone 1344 228 W. Washington r FLRNIUTRE bought Phone 8133 spot cash, tf 18 FOR RENT PASTURE WANTED 4 young lady teachers . r'm and board, or light house- 1114 N. 1st St Phone " TEACHERS Make reservations immediately. 1603 West Madison. . S175. r " WANTED Children to board and are for. 1336 E. Moreland. r FOR SALE Twenty acres alfalfa pasture; plenty of shade and water. Ph one 107J11. SEED cotton. Phone B992. 213 W. Monroe. A?s WANTED TO BUY A few good big horses and mares weighing from 1600 to 1900, age from 4 to 8 years; must be In good flesh. Will also buy some good mules. C. R. McMul len, 801 North Seventh Ave.; Phone 1764. . . tf FANS and motors repaired. Open evenings and Sundays. Electrical supplies. Phone 4358. ElecttiC Serv ice Co. 309 W. Washington. !-dm 18'A WANTED REAL ESTATE trfiOM and hoard, in private fam ily, for two gentlemen employed. Also board without room for limited i number. 606 North Fifth street. , Vhnna 5602. bS - ,,, , RUOMi Monro. -With board. 545 West tf and board, reasonable; West Adams. no tf LVMKOKTABLE rooms, splendid board homelike, good location, one ,i,.t'fmm Rrill ct,r. 514 N. Ninth etreet. PORTLAND PLACE 25 W Portland, phone six Aug. 2 1321. L sleeping porches; ners. open! WANTED Good corner, south of Roosevelt and east of Center, arouhd $5000 to $8000, also other listings have buyers. Groom, 18 W. Adams. It WANTED To purchase 10 acres, improved; must be priced right See Hawkins, between 8 and 10 a. m. at 1550 W. Dakota St. in .rear. 1t HAVE a cash buyer for a good 20 or 40 -acre tract, if priced right, northeast or northwest. See Alex ander or Groom, 126 N. Center. Tel. 3."i99. I "E ARE awful busy, making sales right along, but are in need of more srood buys In houses and small acre- nirp tracts. For quick results list vour property ith Alexander & Groom 126 N. Center. Tel. 3r,9n. r WANTED To nurchase small anil I cmintrv nl.ice of one Id three acres. ;.. -(-.," a, -.,1 din-I must have Shade: s;ood location and tf price right. Box 11W, Republican. WANTED td sell $1250 first tnort gage Oh good close in City property discount. Box 3,w. nenupiican. MONEY TO LOAN on well lm hrnved citv rjroperty. E. E. PASCOE, to West Van Buren St tf 26 LOST AND FOUND LOST Lady's Elgin gold wrist watch. Drobably near Osborn school Reward. Telephone 5399. bh LOST Silver fountain pen. North Third Ave. near Washington street. Please return to E. S. bhields, Yen dome Hotel. . bb LOST Blue Persian cat, from 12t Ave. and Adams. Reward. 1'hon 3627. . . bs STRAYED Small mouse colored mule: striped legs; had chain on neck. Call 4264. Reward. bb FOUNJ3 Came to my place one bav norse mule branded S on left side. C. I. Thompson, phone 2'Jn LOST Swiss wrist watch. Wed nesdav evening; valuable as keep sake. Phone 2229. . 1 FURNITURE,, tools, guns, any saleable article. I buy spot cash. Ford's Stores. 220 E. Wash. Phone 1776. tf WANTED Second-hand piano for cash. Box 89M. Republican. Phone 8973. tf WE buy every thine second-hand. Vtiar have von? Phone 5977. tt "1 MEAN IT!" Highest price paid for furniture, clothing and old shoes. Afiiona SuoDlv House. 341 E. Wash ington Phone 1478 - tf WANTED HELP MALE WE HAVE an opening for good all around candy maker. Apply at once. Velvet lee Cream and Candy Co., 333 E. Washington St. It WANTED ouna man, m,-e 111 u 21. living with parents, for stock room pos.lio-i. Call 43E0. Modeiv.tr- salary to start. bs LOST Gold watch chain Elks card case; initials E. O. M. ward. Phone 3557. with Re bb LOST Small brindle female Bo ton bull dog. bat ears; answers name of Muggins. Reward if returned to 219 N. Eighth Pt. STRAYED or stolen from ranc miles south and miles east of Chandler, black horse mule, no brand weight about 1100 lbs. pretty old. Notify Joe Hop, Gen. Del.. Chandler. Will pay for any imormation as his whereabouts. STRAYED From Tolleson ranch red Steer, branded inverted T on left hip. Phone 46J3. PHOTOGRAPHERS KUNSELMAN-HARPE CO. COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER PHONE 8252. 206-207 HEARD BLDG 9d SPECIAL NOTICES PIANO INSTRUCTION PIANO nuoiU wanted by graduate teacher. HIT W, Adams. Phone $687. t-oa PIANO TUNING B. L. HAMILTON. Piano luner, lth rear in Phoenix. Phone 8206. PRINTING Commercial work. DBmphlets, book lets handbills, etc ArUona Repub lican Print Shoo. Phone 4831. tf PRIVATE 8CHOOIS PRIMARY FORENOON SCHOOL opens October 8rd. 208 E. Moreland, Phone Mrs. H. C. Parsons. IMS. n ANATORIUMS FIRST CLASS Cottage and screen room for healthseekers. W hat you want to eat, very reasonable rates. Phnn, TR1J nt f Will show . TOM Dlnce. i mile north of city. U Republican A. P. Leased Wire NEW YORK, Sept 8 The upward movement in the stock market was llalted today, shorts renewing ag gressions partly as a result of for- ign advances which bore more or less directly on home markets. Private cables from London hinted another crisis in the Irish situation. although this was not reflected in the British exchange rate. The col lapse of marks to virtually the low est quotation since the armistice, however, directed attention to Ger many's strained economic condition. Unsettlement in the local cotton market, where Options suffered an other setback, also served to restrain bullish Operations. In financial cir cles, the reversal was regarded as a logical reaction from the recent ex traordinary advance. Gains exceeded recessions at the Outset, but market leaders soon de- eloped a baokward trend, motors and equipments, as well as chemicals. fertilizers, tobaccos and sugars led the decline at gross depreciations of to 4 points. Oils, rubbers, junior steels and the less prominent food specialties all seemed to draw their irregular strength from the maneuvers of the pools, but broke sharply in the final hour. Mexican Petroleum -was most adversely affected, a heavy tone pre vailing at the close. Sales amounted to 476,000 shares. Because Of the light Inquiry for funds, call money fell from fi4 to 6 per cent before noon. Later, in the open market, these accommodations were Obtainable St .4H per cent. Sterling ' was firm, as also were Dutch, Italian and Scandinavian bills, but French and Belgium rates eased and all central European quotations were adversely effected by the break in German and Austrian exchanges. The better trend of the bond list confirmed the Impression prevalent in many quarters, that investment money continues to seek an outlet Domestic rails and industrials were mainly higher with various foreign Issues. Liberty issues showed mixed gains And losses. Total sales, par value, $13,650,000. tf CHICAGO BOARD CHICAGO, Sept 8 Weakness sheep and feeder Iambs firm to 25 cents higher; bulk fat ewes $3.50 .2a; best feeder lambs late yester day $7.25. Kansas City KANSAS CITY, Sept. CATTLE 3800; beef steers steady to stronj; spots 10 to 15 cents higher on medium grades: top $9.85; grassera $4.25 6.75: all other classes . renerallv steady; most cows $8.60(94.60; grassy heifers $4.25416.50: canners mostly $2412.25; practical top on vealers $9.50; hardly any stockers and feeders on sale. HOGS 8,000; uneven: mostlv steady; best lights and mediums to packers and shippers $8.50 choice 255 pound weights $8.30; 250 to 800 pounds $8311.15; bulk of sales $7.40 18.40: ton $9.50: most throw nut sows $5.75g; fat pigs 25 cents lower; lew Bl 95.DU. SHEEP 9.000: sheen arenerall 25 cents higher; western ewes $3.60; lambs 25S0 cents hither: best Utahs $8.85. Denver DENVER. Sept 8. CATTLE 808- strong beef steers $5.607.25; cows and heifers $4.6006.2$: calves la 9.25; bulls $98. $0; stockers and feeders 4.25 6. HOGS 1100: stron ton tl- tilc 6. 608. 75. 6HEEP 1200: 25 cents i1ii-. Iambs $6.50(87.75: ewes $2(8$: feed er lambs $5.5096. PRODUCE CHICAGO. Sept I. Butter Metier? creamery extras 40c; standards 364c; firsts 83H088H: seconds 80 6$2c. Eggs unchanged; receipts 6,638 cases. Poultry, alive, higher; ' fowls 1526c; springs ISc. Potatoes Receipts 69 cars; Idaho whites sacked 88.S5US.50: Minne sota Red River Ohios $8.0001 TS. . KANSAS CITT, Sept 8 Butter, eggs and poultry, unchanged. o - . In cotton at the close yesterday and at the opening today resulted in rather general selling of wheat at the start of trading on the board today with prices off 1 to 84c from yesterday's finish, with May leading. Trading was fairly active and price changes rapid. There was a good class of buying on the break. September opened at $1.S714: December at $1.30 to $1.31 and May at 1.3H ta $LS74 the market rallied slightly toward the end of the first hour when prices were only He to la off last night's finish. Corn opened 4 to Tic lower with September at 54, December at 54 to 54 H and May at 69 i to 69H. There was a 'smalt stump directly aft er the opening, but the market ral lied when fair buying developed. Ah hour after the opening the market was only a shade off last night's fin ish and displayed steadiness. Oats were off at the start In sym pathy with Othe' trains, opening H to sc lower. With September at 33H. December at 39 and May at 43 Vs. They also rallied and prices were soon unchanged to a Shade above last night's finish. Provision were lower Owing to free local selling and stop orders. C0PFTR8 Complied for The Republican by W. W. LAWHON Legan A Bryan Private Wlra Cnmmarelal Uaial du d 7. , Anaconda ....... ..... ,t$H Butte fc Superior ........114 Calumet ft Ariiona ......47 Cerro de Pasco ifiVi Chile- 10 Chino ..28 Greene-Cananea ..........20 Inspiration ....,........ .33 U Kennecott .....1H Miami ............to ivevaaa cons 1044 Ray Cons .....12 Utah 47 Big Irf-dge it Calumet ft Jerome ........1$ Dundee ......50 Goodyear Tire .....11 Goodyear Tire pfd 2 Green Monster . .4 ( Jerome Verde ,...,17 Magma , l?Vi Magma Chief ............. 4 New Cornelia ........... ,.1S Ray Hercules .28 United Eastern ii Verde Extension ..........21 Verde Combination ....... 11 - O - r .... AUTO PAINTINQ DETROIT AUTO PAINT SHOP 613 8. Cfntrsl Ave. Phohe 4677 tf hrt AWNINGS TEXTS. AWNINGS AND CAMP FURNITURE. We make everything known that will fool rain and sun. Phoenix Tent & Awning So., Cor. 1st and Monro Sts, Phnne 1411. tf CARPET CLEANERS Vour rugs and carpets Cleaned like new; remaking, sizing and laying done bv an expert ' Phone 733. Works 618 S. Center. tf SCHWARTZ'S CAMP Wonderful Dlaca for health seekers. See this place first and you will be satisfied. Everything new ana sani tary. Rates reasonable. Best water the slate, miormauon. u in. Second avenue. . . . . tl MOUNTAIN AIR fANIT ARlUM On the desert High and dry. Modem and sanitary. Phone 2J11. tf SUNNY REST-"Sixteehth street and Pierce. Ideal health resort, food unexcelled. Diversified menu. Reg istered nurse. . Inspection Invited. Phone 5t)0. ..' . CHIROPRACTORS PARK VIEW PLACE A modern home for health seekers. First class board, fresh milk and eggs, t ur nished cottaaes with batb for bouse keepers. Phone 1311, Bpx18j8s.. ,.10g N. H. SHAW. CHIROPRACTOR Office hours: 9 a. m. to 3 p. rn. 35 N. 2nd Ave. Phone 4232. Res. 3114 9dd E. E. Heliiich, licensed chiroprac tor. 309 N. First St Office hour 8 to 12. 5 to 6. tf DESERT INN "On the Highway to Health.' A place or quality ror particular people. Main buildings In the orange groves, cottages on the desert Good elevation. Phone 6001 or 13J3. nr write for descriotiVB book let. P. O. box 1335. Phoenix. tt H. L. Hess N. H. Atchison Licensed Chiropractors Residence Phone 2644 9-11 Central Bldg. phone 5939 The Palmer System of Chiropradtle bn Pauline II Rogers. licensed Chiropractor. Located at 303 East PolK. Phone 5745. -ds SEWINC MACHINES PHOENIX HEWING MACHINE EXCHANGE. H'lS S. fourth Street Phone 6S09. Machines rentec and re naired. Representative White Sew Inp Mnchlne Co. If CH.ROPODIST CHIROPODY Bt-nions, corns, cal louses removed, painless and blood less. 60 cents each: moles, warts etc removed bv electricity. 29-31 East Adams. Frank Shirley. Phone 1704. tf TRANSFER AND STORAGE FULLER'S TRANSFER CO. Phone 4203 or 8Pr.4. f Hucsaca checked to destination. All 1 -n 's of hauling. Fireproof storage. Lightning Delivery Co. 43 S. center. Phone 2094 and 41i8. UNDERTAKERS ft EMBALMERS CORSETIERES Spirella. Corsets. Mrs. Kuhlwilm. 706 W. Madison. Phone 1442. tf A. L. MOORS (k SON Auto amhulanr-e. Phone SOB!. tf COLLECTIONS SHEDD collects slow accounts; no tary public, bus. agents: credit rat ings. Shedd's Merc. Servlc, Phoenix. Ariz. 212 Flemine Bide. Phone 1S66. tf A. H. rfel ELLAN Undertaker and Funeral Dlreetor Phono 4940. 617 N. Central Ave. tr H. M. MACS. 811 N. First Ave. Phones 1570 and 19?J tf YARWOOD & HOCKKEY Fnnpr.il directors and embalmere. 3-1 W. Monroe. Phone 8099. tt DENTISTS DR. MORRISON Sanitary System Phone 3089. 36 Washington St. J. T. WHITNEY 134 W, ADAMS St. tf tf DISC ROLLING D. A. PARKS Funeral Director !US OT Adams. L O. O. F. Temple Phjne ; Liberty Bond NEW YORK, Sept I Liberty bonds closed: 34', $87.(0: first 4's, $87.76 bid: second 4's, $87.74; first 4tt. $87.94: second 4VT. $87.90; third 4Vi'. $92.04: fourth 4 VS. $88.00 victory svs, t$.06; Victory 4's, l.0.8. Cotton NEW YORK. Sept. Cotton closed steady, but last prices Showed net losses of 113 to 168 points. Spot cottort quiet $18.65, NEW YORK. Sent. Cotton fu tufeS closed very steady: October, $18 30; December. $18.65; January, $18.68; March, $18.80; May, $18.84. BAR SILVER NEW YORK. Sept. 8 Bar silver. domestic. 99H: foreign. 63i! Mexi can dollars, 49. 1 ... i0'- ChicSgS CHICAGO. Sept. 8. CATTLE Re ceipts 8.0H0: heavy beef steers dull: yearlings and heavyweights strong top yearlings $10.25; bulk beef steers $6.6009.26; she stock and bulls strong; bulk fat coWs and heifers $4.1SnS.Z5; canners and cutters. $ii. 503 8.50; bulk bolognas $8,754? 4.t5j beef bulls mostly $4.506.69 veal calves weak to 15 cents lower bulk $12. SOS 13; heavy calves un eveht sharp! v lower; stockers and feeders steady. HOGS 18,000; tnarket fairly ac tlve; largely 15 to 85 cents hieher bulk of sales $6.907i P; top $9.15 heavyweight $7.85i'8.90; medium weight $8.65419.15; light weight $S.65 IS 9.15; light light $8.158 55: heavy packing sows smooth $6.. on 7.50 packing sows rough $6.60 7; PlE' $7.756.50. SHEEP 20,000; fat lambs fully ! cents higher; top westerns $9.25; top natives to citv butchers $9; packers tOD $8.60: culls largely $3.50: fat 85 . 16 75 II Si 1$ ss l. 14 18 r 10 . at $.( 73 7 13V 4 NEW YORK STOCK CXCHaNCC Furnished By W. W. LAWHON Leaan A Bryan fMvae Wira Commercial Hetst Bids American Beet Sugar St American Can 87 American International ........ 80V American Locomotive 874 American Smelting ft Refining. S3 American Tel. Tel. Co. .......10 American WoOlert ............. 734 Atchison ...................... $44 Baldwin Locomotive 1H Baltimore & Ohio 8714 Bethlehem Steel (B 614. Canadian Psrifie ,.ll$ Central Leather ........... . 27 H Cnempenke ft Ohio 4 64 Chandler Motor ...,. 4S Chi., Mil. ft St. Paul ,,....,.. Sr.v ChL R. I, ft Pac. tlr. $2i Corn Products ... 1 ,1 .. Crucible Steel .,. Cuba Cane Sugar r.rie ....,. General Motors Great Northern pfd. Great Northern Ore Haskell ft Barker .... International PkDer ... Int. Mer. Marine pfd. .......... 44 Invincible Oil ........... 1 ..... . SB Island Oil i Lackawanna Steel .......... A. 89 Mexican Petroleum .... lit Midvale Steel 24 Missouri Pacific 19- New York Central ............. 7114 N. Y- N, H. ft Hartford 15 Norfolk ft Western . Northern Pacific ; u toi Pan American Petroleum ...... 48 Pan American "B 43 Pennsylvania . .... .1 .......... . Pierce Arrow , Reading .....it.. Rep. Iron A Steel Retail Stores . Royal Dutch Sinclair Cons. . Southern RallWa 1 Southern Pacific t , Studebaker Co. 44 Texas CO Tobacco Products H United Pood .,...,.. 1614 United States Rubber 48 '4 United States Steel 76 United States Industrial Alcohol 4 Union Oil-Delaware 17?4 Union Pacific 119 Vanadium Corp 32 H VirginiaCerolina Chem. 284 Western Union 82H Westinghouse Electrid 44 Willys Overland 25 14 68H 47 534. 49V 20 S0H ?7H DISC rolling and general black- smithing and repairing ot all kinds promptly done. 707 S. Central Ave. 9br DRESSMAKING All kinds of fall and winter clothes made. Satisfaction cuaranteed. Mrs. Goodson. 1302 N. 11th St. Thone 4999. tf Dressnnakine and alterations; little boys' suita tailored. ?90 No. 6th Ave. tt DRErs. MAKING, bungalow aprons, irts. Skirts made and pleated for $5. Bethell's. 223 W. Monroe. Phone 24ns. tf DRESSMAKING. TAILORING AND VRT NEEDLEWORK Mips Smith. Room 31. Annex Hotel, tf FOR RENT Half brick house, fou rooms, furnished, water paid, nen high school; $30 per month. 714 E. Polk. Phone 3307 bb LOST One red roan mare, weight about 14'10. ace 7 years, heavy black mane and tail and wilh several fresh harness marks; no brand. Reward for information. Address James Pen dergast, Route 1, TollcBon, Arin. bb DRUGLESS PHYSICIAN Drs. De Saflrey. 912 Grand Ave. tf ELECTRICAL PEA-ERS WIRING FIXTURES- SUPPLIi-S Motor Repairing and Rewinding F-neeialtv New State Electric Co. Phone 4436. 214 W. Wasrhlncton St. METALS ntf-w YORK. Seot. 8.-- Copper firmer; electrilytic spot and nearby 12MS 12Vi: later 12i&12H. easier; spot and nearDy z,.uu; m- tures 27.00. Iron steady; uncnangea. Lead steady; spot 4.50. Zlno steady; East St. Louis delivery Spot 4.25. Antimony spot 4.50. MERCANTILE PAPER NEW YORK. Sept. 8. Prime rner cantile paper 6116. Exchange ir resular: Sterling, demand 3.2U? cables 3.72i; francs, demand 7.62: cables. 7. 62; Belgian francs, de mand 7.4SV-; cables, 7.4'.: guilders, demand 31.64: cables 31.70; lire, de mand 4.37; cables. 4.37H: marks, demand, l.onii; cables 1.01; Greece, demand. 5.62; Sweden, demand 21.60; Norwav, demand, 13.05; Argentine, demand 30.75: Brazilian, demand 12.75; Montreal exchange lOiV per cent discount. Time loans easier; 64 days 5ti'iii: SO days ana six months 54 !& 6 per cent . Call .money steady: hih 5H: 'ow 5: r"1iVi" rae last loan 5: clos ing bid u: ottered at 6- W. W. Lawhora Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Investments Logan & Bryan Private Wire SerrlcB We specialize in Liberty Loan Issues No. 39 South Central Ave., Commercial Hotel BWg. AUTO STAGE TIME TABLE AUTO STAGES To Globe, Miami Roosevelt Dam, over the Apache Trail Daily. Td Superior. Ray. Sonora. Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. Leaving Ray for Phoenix. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. To Tempe. Mesa, hourly. To Chandler every other hour. To Fowler. Tolleson. Cashlon. Coldwater, Avondale. Wapner. Litchfield. Liberty. Buckeye. Arlington and Gillespie Dam. For further Information phone 711 or 1465. UNION STAGE DEPOT, 11-13-15 East Jefferson Street.