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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1893.
The Gillett Tailoring Go.
No. 10 North Center Street.
Moderate Prices and Satisfaction Guaranteed
BEN.T. GILLETT, Manager.
HAOLE AND IIAllMSSS.
NATIONAL RANK OF ARIZONA,
Capital Paid Up - $100,000
Surplus ---- 30,000
M. W. Kalis, Sol. Lkwis,
J. Y. T. Smith, , Chas. Goldman,
Geo. W. Hoadlky.
d. A. PLATTNER, Prop.
-Manufacturirand Dealer In
Horso Furnishing Goods, Buggies and Wagons.
222, 224 E. Washington Street. PHCENIX, ARIZ.
rEHSTRY IE. KEMP & CO.
i-WHOLKSALK AND RETAIL DEALER IN-1-
Shelf and Heavy
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Bain Wagon Co., Deero l'low Co., Columbus Buggy Co., South
tteml Chilled Plow, McCormick Harvesting Machine Co.,
Standard Mower, Planet Jr. Garden Tools.
WEST OF CITY HALL PLAZA - - - PHOENIX. ARIZONA.
The Bank of California Ban Francisco.
Agency of Bank of California,....,.. New York,
National Bank of Commerce, 8U Louis.
Pint National Bank , Chicago.
Farmer & Merchants Bank Log Anteles.
Consolidated National Bank, Incson.
Bank of Arizona Fresco t,
Messrs. W. M. Rothichlld & Bona London.
M. W. Kalks, " Sol. Lkwib,
ko. V. HoAm.RY. Caahlnr.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
HOME SAVINGS BANK
Receives and pays interest on deposit. Loam
money on mortgages. Kcnta safety rieiostt
boe and will act a trustee. Special attention
given to accounts of guardians, administrators
and treasurers of societies and corporation,
farmer, mechanics, etc, etc Officers; J. H.
Brnly, Pres. Henry K. Kemp, Vice- Pres. W. K.
James. Cashier. Directors: J. II. Braly, Henry
K. Kemp. C. F. Alnsworth. Col. Wro. Christy.
Mrs. J. 0. McYey has bought the Williams
House property and it will now be con
ducted in first-class style. No Chinese
employed. J R SACKET, Manager,
x.iTirocjiiA.rinr'fG a.isi bookbinding.
JIIM 3END FOR DESIGNS X ESTIMATES B
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Rnlt Rannlosr St.
Los Angelert. Cat
LOAN & TRUST CO
INCORPORATED FEBRUARY 1, 1888.
Paid up Capital,
Surplus, - . . .
Money Loaned on Long or Short Time
on Iteal Estate or reraonal Security.
Interest 1' aid on Deposits
8ELDEN CONNOR. Pre.
T. W. UINE, Gen. Man. ano Cashier.
E. T. LITTLE, Asst. Cashier,
Executive Committee of Board of Directors:
T. W. Bine. H. V. Adams, Jerry Mlllay,
E. T. Little. James S. Thompson.
MIX VALLEY BANK.
of Phoenix. Aris
Paid ap Capital
ANDBKW CRAWFORD, Pres.
M. H.HUKRMAN, Vice-Pres.
WM. OH IUSTY. Cashier.
Am. Exchange Natl. Bank...
First National Bank
Santa CrusValler Bank
.... New York
Drafts Issued on all the Prindoal Cltlat
PREPARATION OF SOIL.
Notes from the Diary or a BucccKfnl
My experience has been on clay and
clay loam mixed with sand, in latitudo
forty-two. Other latitudes may require
different modes, or a different system
For spring wheat, oats and barley I
have the best success by plowlug the
ground the preceding autumn or early
winter, having the surface drainago as
perfect as possible, sowing spring
wheat or oats as early the following
spring as the weather will permit. If
the seed is to be sowed with a drill I
thoroughly work the surface of the
ground about two inches deep, making
it as fine and loose ns I can but leaving
the bottom part of the plow ed ground
solid, the two inches of looso earth be
ing sufficient to fall over the fccd be
hind tho drill tubes and cover the heed.
When the plants are about two or
three inches high I prefer using the
roller to inako tho ground firm, making
tho growing grain stand up better for
tho hart est.
Barley 1 sow after tho same prepara
tion of tho ground, when tho coldest
weather of spring is past.
With peas I have the best success by
plowirlg the ground in the spring a
short time before I wish to sow, pre
ferring sod turned under or down, pul
verized thoroughly with disk harrow,
following disk harrow with cultivator
and common floating harrow, aud drill
as soon after plowing as possible iu
order to prevent grass or weeds getting
tho start of the peas. When the plants
are about ouo or two inches high, roll.
I have tho best success with corn
planted on sod plowed down In the
spring, thoroughly pulverized with disk
harrow, and repeatedly cultivated and
harrowed with spring-toothed cultiva
tor and common floating 'harrow, as I
find I can k.ivp n. irnaA rlonl nt t!mn In?
thoroughly working tho ground before
lor potatoes I And by experience
that deep and careful plowing in the
spring, with but llttlo cultivation of
the ground to prepare it for the plant
er, leaving It In a loose, mellow or
porous condition, gives mo tho best
results; tho less potato ground is
packed or trampled in its preparation
the better for tho.crop.
For fall wheat a thoroughly summer
fallowed field has always given me the
best yield, to proparo which I begin as
soon as my spring planting and seeding
is dono, by drawing barnyard manure
and spreading evenly over the ground
on what I consider tho poorest places
in tho field, if I have not enough to
cover the whole. I then plow as soon
as possible after spreading, trying to
cut and turn every Inch of tho ground,
then roll, harrow and cultivate, letting
no weeds or grass grow. Repeat tho
cultivating and working tho surface
until two or three weeks before heed
ing, then plow again, laying the field
out in beds or lands in such manner as
to sccuie the best drainage, but not
raise the miildlo of tho bed or lands,
keeping them ns level as possible.
Plow carefully, turning all of tho
giound, then roll, cultivate shallow,
nnd endeavor to get the bottom of tho
plowed ground as solid as possible: this
prevents tho freezing and thawing
during the winter, throwing the plants
out of tho ground. I make sure of
having a sufficient amount of loose
earth on tho surfaces to cover tho seeds
and retain moisturo for germination.
J. M. Halstead, in Farm, Field and
'Call and Examine the I
Deering Giant Mower,
Latest improvements on the cuttor bar. Tho bar never
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wears, una vou can anvavs nave il in uoou orcior. . tj
D. H. BURTIS;
FRANK E. PREWITl,
GEO. E. PREWITT. M.D.V ' !.
Medical Director. M
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THE MARICOPA INVESTMENT CO.
15 South Center Street.
CHAS. EDWARD. MAJOR, Manager.
Furniture ! Irate! Furniture!
Tor the neit 30 DAYS we w111 BeU a11 klnJso'
Furniture at Reduced Prices.
We are convinced, after examining our prices acd the superior quality of
our goods, you w IU buy of no other house.
Cor. Washington and Second St., East of Plaza.
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To My Friends and Customers :
I have recently purchased the Interest of II. E. People, my former partner in the cleaning
and dyeing business and will remove Slay ltt from my present placce on Washington St, to
Center St., opposite the Commercial hotel where I will havo romodlous and more convenient
quarters. Brlag in your clothes and have them cloniie J up and repaired.
Fine Tailoring in Connection.
G. K. SMITH, Prop.
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W. H. SMITH.
W. H. SMITH & CO.
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Graduate D. 8. College of Embalming; New York City
448 W. Washington etrfet, opposite Gas Works,
Phoenix. .... Arizona.,1