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TIU: AliJZO.VA REPUBLICAN SUNDAY 3IORXTXO, JULY 19, 1008. """
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RANGEMENT, BE CHECKED AGAINST" WITHOUT PRESENTA
TION OF PASS BOOK.
RESOURCES OVER $20,000,000.00
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Pamphlets at Republican office or by writing Dr. G. W. Tape, Medical
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young women. Prepares for high grade colleges and universities. Supe
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LOMA LINDA SANITARIUM Loma Linda, or Hill Beautiful, Is the name
of one of Southern California's most beautifully located sanitariums, near
Redlands, sixty-two miles east of Is Angeles, on main line of the' S. P.
The Battle Creek methods of treatment are carefully administered. Sum
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Sanitarium, Loma Linda, Calif.
HOTEL ROOKWOOD. Los Anaeles. Cal. Cor. 8th A Oliv. St.. a .i-
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shopping district. Oreen cars from Santa Fe deKt pass hotel anil cars
from Salt Ijike and S. P. depots within one block. Hates 73 cts. per
day up. Special rate by week or month.
SICRRA MADRE VILLA SANITARIUM, Los Angeles, Cal. Mental, Nervous,
Epileptic, Asthmatic and general disorders. The oldest health resort of
Southern California. Ideal foothill environment. Patients Have consultative
services of entire staff of Los Angeles College Osteopathic Physicians. Ad
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THE NEW ROSSLYH
THE NATTICK HOUSE
. ....titilf ii 1 1 lJ
443 South Main St,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
RATES: European, 75c
to 52. American, $1.50 to
First and Main Sts
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
RATES: American, $1.50
to $2.50. European. 50c to
- LOS ANGELES.
X. C. Blllcke. John S. Mitchell.
TWO NEW ELEVATORS. NEW FIRE PROOFING.
NEW FURNITURE. NEW PLUMBING.
Fifty Thousand Dollars worth of Improvements made this season
for the comfort, safety and convenience of our guests.
HEADQUARTERS FOR ARIZONIANS.
HOTEL PEPPER, Los Angeles, California. American and European
plan. Seventh and Partington Ave. Under new management. Spe
cial summer rates until Nov. L- Two blocks from Westlnke Park and
ten minutes from Broadway. Garage in connection free. Cars from
all depots direct to hoteL H. T. BARNETT, Manager.
PARADISE VALLEY SANITARIUM A well equipped medical and surgi
cal establishment, like Battle Creek Sanitarium. Absolutely the only sani
tarium In Southern California having a cool summer climate; every day
deligRtfiiUy.sunny. Overlooking San Diego Pay and the Pacific. Pooklet
nt7RepubHcan office or by writing -II. W. Lindsay, Mgr., National City, Cal.
AGNEW SANITARIUM, Pan Diego, California. Handsomest and best
equipped establishment of its kind in the west, offers at reasonable rates
accommodations which are superior in every respect and combine the com
forts and luxuries of the home. San Diego is noted for its even climate
the year around. Write for particulars or secure pamphlet at The Re
PICO HEIGHTS HOTEL, Los Angeles, Cal. Beautiful resort of Pico
.Heights, Los Angeles, Calif. American and European plan. Special rates to
families. All home comforts; excellent table board. Write for booklet.
Ri servation and lowest rates. Pico Heights Hotel. 1316 Vermont Ave.
Glendaie-Los Angeles, Calif.
A True Health Resort; Ideal, Comfortable, Summer Climate. An up-to-date
establishment. Battle Creek methods of treatment Rest, recuperation
and comfort, for the sick, tired and over-worked. Beautiful, park-like
grounds. Tennis, croquet anil other out-door amusements. New gymna
sium nnd treatment rooms. Reasonable rates. 20 minutes ride by electric
car from heart of Ios Angeles.
Write for fully illustrated booklet or applv at The Republican office.
J. J. WESSELS, Mgr.
. SANTA CATALINA ISLAND
GREATEST FISHING TOURNAMENTS.
Auspices "Tuna" and "Light Tackle Clubs." Boating, Bathing, Hunt
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CANVAS CITY Hundreds of tents In shady groves.
HOTEL METROPOLE European and American plan.
ISLAND VILLA HOTEL Rooms single, 5.00 per week upwards;
18.00 for two.
WRITE FOR INTERESTING PRINTED MATTER.
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Every modern con
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San Diego, Cal.
HOTEL SANTA BARBARA.
Los Angeles, Cal.
Ideal place to stop. Rooms and
apartments near f.th St., five minutes
walk from Broadway. Sp'icial sum
mer rates. 433 S. Hope St.
For Young Women.
Only Woman's College on Pacific
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Iwst Eastern institutions. Full Col
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For 3 years only, the three upper
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Universities and Eastern Colleges,
will be continued. (Accredited) Spe
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Science, Music and Art. Earnest
Christian influenecs; non-sectarian;
all forms of healthful out-door
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Aug. 12. '08. For catalogue and
J Brochure of views, address Mrs. C. T.
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Coronado Tent City
BETTER THAN EVER A PARADISE FOR CHLDREN. ' . .
Coronado Tent City is located on a
the California Coast at San Diego, w
Bay of San Diego and the mainland o
Such a location combined with th
- climate insures all natural comforts,
added every luxury.
Coronado Tent City is literally a c
large and small, furnished or unfurn
8ird, accomodating one to eight peopl
court for social or fraternal societies.
300 New Palm Teat
Nothing like them anywhere.
Delightful to live In.
Free electric lights.
Free Ice water.
Pure mountain water piped direct to
Pcrfi-ct sanitary conditions.
nenisula runnincr almost parallel wifh-
ith the Pacific Ocean on one side, the-
n the other.
e unparalleled Southern California
The engineering and art of man have
ity of lents and Palm tent houses,
ished, with kitchen tents in rear if de
c. Tents grouped about a common
New 700-foot Pleasure Pier
The famous Coronado Band.
Better than ever, the old favorites and
some new ones.
Fine large bcthlng pool for children.
First class Cafe, lunch counter and
delicatessen. Fresh 'fruits, vege
tables and milk. Prices very reasonable.
Literature sent free tells all about the place. How to get there, what
H costs. Helpful suggestions. Write at once, address
JOSHUA S. HAMMOND, Mgr Coronado Tent City.
Or H. F. Norcross, Agent, 3S4 South Spring St., Los Angeles, Calif.
Los Angeles, Cal.
Fourth unit Main Sts
Rates J9 rn Rooms
Per DayHC.DJ without
Rooms With Rath
$3, $3,50 and $4
fl.OO per ilsy ami up
With bath Jl.jo ami tip
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SAVINGS BANKS IN THE WEST
MOST CENTRALLY LOCATED BANK IN LOS ANGELES
ll" you are going to spend the summer in cool comfortaMe Los Angeles, take advantage of the
best hanking facilities obtainable in the city. The (German American Savings liank occupies
the entire first floor and basement of the tallest and handsomest office building in Southern
California. Kvery facility and accommodation within the scope of modern, judicious banking is
obtainable at the German American. It is a bank that at once apcals to the visitor to Ixis
Angeles. You are made to feel "at home" in tliis big depositary that is today guarding the
funds of over 20,000 individual depositors.
Munificent Safe De
posit Yauit. l Ca
pacity 20,000 Boxes
(i Capital and Surplus
4 Per Gent on Term
' Accounts; 3 Per
Gent on Ordinary Ac
counts; 3 Per Cent
on "Special Ordi
SPRING & FOURTH
TALLEST BUILDING IN LOS ANGELES
I From Territorial Points f
(Continued from page 10.)
2 and ::.
202 No. Broadway, Los Angeles.
Elegantly furnished housekeeping
suites, buffet kitchens, private baths,
etc. Single room with private bHth
$1.00 per day up. Running hot and
cold water. Every modern conven
ience. ft .,4j1.1J
HOTEL BROADWAY COURT.
207 No. Broadway, Los Angeles.
High, Cool and Comfortable. Rooms
with running hot water, 50c and 75c
per day up. Housekeeping suites
completely furnished, $16 month up.
Baths,--phones, elevator,, etc. Strictly
modern. .. .
several men at work
out another shipment.
Hetween tile "I telle" and
groups are tlie '"I'icaehos,'
of the Ploniosa range that
marks for the prospector,
of claims called Sor 1,
owned by (t. A. Pease.
cover one side of these peaks. Kike
many other properties in the district
this property was worked by Mexi
cans years ago and dry-washers are
today making a living working the
gulches and surface for placer gold.
A group of claims called "L,og
Cabin" were sold to a prominent
mining operator here some years ago.
Afterward he learned the group pur
chased covered ami conflicted with
the Sor claims.
Adjoining the Sors is the Anona
grout) owned by the Anona M. and
M. Co., composed of Is
people. The ore is free
averaging $14 per ton.
There are many locations
section of the district held
dividual owners. The old
claims known as Golden Key anil
Sergeant .Mollie are owned by .V. I'.
Scott.- It is known that over $le,0-.J
hai been ti.ken out from the,.- lvo
claims by the arrustra process alone.
Crossing the range to Quartzsite
slope or west side one comes to the
Defiance Mining and Milling com
pany's claims, equipped with 15-
I horsepower hoist. 1'0-tiorsepower ixiii-
er, engine to furnish air anil Cam
eron si.ik-:r.g pump. The formation
is granite, porphyry and schist. The
company is not working. Two shafts
have been sunk and over 500 feet
of fitifting and cross-cutting done.
Wafer e.ioi'gh was develoied to run
the Hiir.t tind supply the camp for
For years . Henry Schmieder has
made his home lit Plomosa diggings,'
doing the assessment work -on claims
he owns or working the placers with
his dry-v asher. He has made one
or two small sales. Interested with
him in a r.umler of claims is FritT.
Stoirr. one i the characters of the
Jack O'Brien owns two claims lo
cated on a vein that is traceable
over ::ono feet. Very rich gold speci
mens have been taken from the
croppings. Below these claims are
rich placers evidently fed by the
O'Brien vein, as no placers have
been found above. A -tunnel is be
incr run following the vein. . .
Ai'w.i.t ffftpen miles northeast of
Quartzsite, -in . Plomosp. range, is
juhat is locally known as Lead camp.
A wagon road from Quartzsite to
Bouse passes through this camp.
John Brown and Charles Cowell are
owners of four claims here, with
enough development done to draw
offers from capital desiring an in
terest, other holders of claims at
I,cud camp are W. A. Rondurant,
Eugene Jackson, Ue Spain brothers.
A. W. Adams and claims of Mudes
paugh. Since completion of the Ari
zona and California railroad to Par
ker. Bouse station is the natural
supply and rail point for Lead camp
New Water Pass, fifteen' miles
southeast of Quartzsite, has been
noted many years for its placers.
There are a numlier of quartz claims
from which shipments were made in
early days. J. V. Woods has been
at work steadily for over a year
developing claims. He made a ship
ment of ore during the winter. A.
V. Wilson is interested with W. E.
Scott in a group, with n shipment
of ore stacked up. Fred Stafford
has spent a large amount of money
on a group for development pur
poses and in sinking a well.
Charlie Bacon, whose home is at
Newwater, is an old-timer whose ac
quaintance is worth while to the
mining man desiring information of
the locality or the writer wishing
notes of pioneer days. Born in Ver
mont, but coining west in his youth,
he has sient his life in California
and Arizona. As a prospector and
miner he has seen great changes and
has had experiences that fall to the
lot of but few. He has made and
spent enough money to have his
name among the financiers of the
country and has seep the other end
of the string. For years he operated
In the Tonto section, at one time
making a sale of mining property
tluit attracted general attention to
the mineral possibility's of the ter
ritory. Excepting the years he served
as a soldier during the rebellion,
mining has been his life work. He
I has settled down on a little piece of
I ground where plenty of good water
hias been developed, built a comfort -I
able house and divides his time be
tween the care of his garden and get
ting out placer gold. Bacon's place
is made the camping place of pros
pectors to and from Alamo, .Norxn
Star. Kofa and the Squaw Ieak
It is reported that in cutting for
a -station at the Cinnabar mine a
large 'body of ore has lieen struck.
Postmaster Chamberlain is engaged
in securing samples from varfbus
property owners for an exhibit at
the territorial fair.
The Valensnella company ha shut
down until Septetnber l.i on account
of the heat.
A severe storm occurred the even
ing of July 15 reaching from Vicks-
biyg to I'loinosa " range, filling
tanks and water holes. Xo rain
John P. Parker of Bouse Is here
looking into his business interests.
-rWW"l I 1 t I..K"i"S"H!-!-H-i--r'
XOC.ALES. Ariz., July 17. (Spe
cial Correspondence of The Repub
lican) For a week or two past the
people of Xogales have suffered un
der the aggravation of seeing plenty
of rain falling on all sides of the
town, but not a drop fell in "the
city itself. On Monday afternoon
about 1:30 a heavy black cloud gath
ered over the hills to the southeast
of the town nnd in a very few min
utes the coming storm was heralded
by a few preliminary big drops. This
was followed by small hailstones
pelting down here and there, and
then the edge of the real storm ar
rived and the clouds seemed fairly
torn oien by a howling wind, which
went whirling and eddying down the
streets, driving a spray of rain le
fore it. Then the scattering small
hailstones became numerous, then
grew in size and soon in place of
the rain the atmosphere was full
of great hailstones as big in many
instances ns hens' , eggs. Numerous
ones measured over an inch in di
ameter and many of them were torn
and jagged, indicating that they had
been even larger until broken
against one another in their wild
descent. This great hailstorm lasted
for twenty minutes by the watch
and when the ice finally ceased the
ground was covered as if by a snow
storm nnd all the gutters were
choked by it so that the water was
dammed up. In many instances
water began to run into the fronts
of stores and residences.
Fifteen minutes after the storm
broke upon the town the dry chan
nels of the arroyo. Which marks the
international boundary and which
passes through the western edge of
Xogales between stone embankments
some fifteen to eighteen feet high,
was full to the brim and going down
the channel like a mill toll. The
huge hailstones did a great amount
of damage to the roofs of 'houses, in
many places breaking its way
through heavy galvanized iron where
it had been weakened by rusting and
"(Continued on paga U.)