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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, ' SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1912
w ill be conducted to insure the Kt eat
) est cleanliness. Screened vestibule
I doors will bo used in botli the front
'and rear. Adjacent to the kitchen,
there will be constructed a separate
room which Is beins: arranged with
' the object of being: ilyless, In which
i all meat and vegetables will he. cared
1 for and prepared. This chop house
will be open for business about
1 May 1st.
ChaS. GaSS and J. B. Henke; Mr. Bailee, the-owner of the bulld
Will ci, o Wow Ins will have the front remodeled in
yriu ouuiuij VJ&" " accordance with the wishes pf the
auL'ii i nv it'iiiim?. i uu iiiiin win m-
Eating House for
: Cv,;n-r T?mvrorl i ished in white marble
The development of this establish -
' ment is indicative of the possibilities
' of success in Salt River valley by
energetic young men. Mr. Gass is ,
He arrived in
- i i . .i t t 1 . .t 1.- .i 1 'i 'ty
v.naru wl ...... i. ... splendid example.
a force of carpenters at worK repair- j Pnoenis n October, 1903. working at
ins and remodeling th Ealke build-the Hotel Adams for a salary for
inff nXl l U1C . W:t M.linv
Adams street in preparation for the
opening of the Golden Rule Chop
bank on three months after which he went to
House. This, it is proposed, to ie
made into one of the modern men's
eating houses of the ;outhvcst. The
plant, when completed will represent
an investment of approximately 55000
in utensils, furnishings and fixtures.
The place will ) fixed to accom
modate fifty chairs at a large horse
shoe counter in a room 0 feet deep
with 23 feet width. In the rear of
tliis room the kitchen department will
have a apace 23x37 feet.
A cold storage display case is be
ing built in the display window. All
new fixtures will be used throughout
and the most modern utensils will be
installed. A feature that promises to
work for L. M. Hoghe of the Hoghe
Chop House. AVithin a short time,
he with Iris brother Leon Gass pur
chased the Hoghe Chop House, pay
ing $1,100 for the business 'and fix
tures. They succeeded so well in
this business that the two brothers,
decided to give Phoenix a big. up-to-date
restaurant. They bought the
establishment known as "Coffee Al's
Place" from Al Williams, located on
Washington street. About $.1000 was
spent in fixing this place up. How
ever, within a year, the venture
proved to be a failure. The brothers
lost $S000 in all and were left in a
state worse than broke. The Gass
brothers then applied all their at
tentions to the Gass Brothers Chop
make the place a great success is (House on Xorth Central avenue which
the, manner in which the entire plant they had purcliased the year before
The ii c w I y
IE you want a home in the .best
residential section of Phoenix,"
buy in Kenilworth Avhile there
are choice lots available.
Special terms made to carry
these lots for prospective home
builders until they are read' to
',The entire tract is planted with
palms and Australian whip trees
(evergreen) all of .which have
good start. Cement sidewalk,
gravel streets, city conveniences.
Easy walking distance to busi
ness district; electric car line.
Look it over. Take 2nd Ave"""-
car line. . It can't be beat. Every
new arrival at Phoenix increases
the value of this property.
Hartranft & Tweed
W. M. Costley
17 E. Adams.
from Mr. Hoghe. Diligent application
at all times made It one. of the
most popular eating houses in Phoe
nix and from that time on both men
prospered as Is shown by recent In
vestments they have made.
About a year ago Charles and Leon
Gass opened a second chop house,
calling it the Gass Brothers' Annex
which was located on Adams street,
opposite the Valley bank. -This
place soon lccaine as popular as the
original, and proved a financial suc
cess. Charles Gass had saved sufficient
money last fall to invest In one of
the handsomest ranches in the valley;
being satisfied that Phoenix was
destined to becomo a great town and
believing that this valley was the
right place for him, he purchased the
Wolff twenty acre ranch at the
northeast corner of town, paying for
it $9000 cash, his idea being that this
would make a splendid thing in con
nection with the operation of a first
class eating house in Phoenix on
which would bo produced all the
milk, poultry, eggs and vegetables for
use in the new eating house he knew
he would soon open.
Several months ago, it was decided
by the Gass brothers to dissolve' part
nership and each one take over one
of the enterprises in sole ownership,
at which time. Cliarles Gass took into
partnership J. n. Henke who Is his
partner in the new "Golden Rule
Chop House" about to be open. Leon
Gass paid Chas. Gass $4000 for his
half interest in the Gass Bros Chop
House, on Xorth Central avenue, to
which place Leon Gass will give his
BOUGHT AND SOLD AGAIN
II 400 ACRES
NEAR CHANDLER RANCH
Big Business of the E. J. Bennitt Co.
During Past Week.
Sid Henry Never Lets the Goods Rot
on the Shelves.
Sid Henry is considered one of the.
lucky real estate men of the valley
At the recent auction sale of the
property at Glendale, Mr. Henry pur
chased ten acres north of the sugar
factory. This land was sold again
last week at a profit of $400 to J.
V. Colvin through the agency of a.
W. Dennett at Glendale. Mr. Bennett
also sold two half acre lots In Park
Addition to Glendale to J. if. Mox
ley, recently of Joplin, Missouri. Mr.
Moxley is building his home on the
AUCTION SALE PLANNED.
Capitol Realty Co. Will Dispose of
Choice Town Lots.
The Capitol Realty company js ar
ranging to put on a big auction sale
of lots on property surrounding the
state capitol building Wednesday af
ternoon. This is considered very
choice property and so located that
It has great possibilities by virtue of
the beautiful park surrounding the
Capitol addition during the past
yr.ir has been one of the fast grow
ing additions of Phoenix, there hav
ing been built, at least, forty modern
houses during the. past year.
NEBRASKA MEN BUY.
E. J. Bennitt & Co. report the
past week as the busiest of the
spring season and sjiles approximat
ing $45,000 in value, have been
The largest Individual sale was
made to John Anderson and John
Dobson, two well known and pros
perous south side ranchers, who pur
chased from H. W. Hamilton of
Eureka, Cal. the north Half of sec
tion nineteen, township 1 south, ranee
i" east. This land is practically with
in the Chandler district, where land
of a similar nature has been selling
at $100 per acre. The purchase price
in this instance was only slightly
less and the consideration was cash.
Both Mr. Anderson and Mr. Dobson
have other property holdings in that
immediate vicinity and are excellent
JudKes of the value of land. They
expect to commence cleaning up this
new tract In a short time and put
the entire half section in alfalfa next
In addition to malting this pur
chase of 50 acres, Messrs. Anderson
and Dobson also purchased through
the Bennitt company an eighty acre
tract in the same district. This is
brush land anT will also be cleaned
and put in alfalfa within the com
Another good sale was a tract of
seventy odd acres adjoining Gilbert
station on the Arizona Eastern from
Lane and Kelly to Amos S. Burk, a
recent arrival here from Iowa. This
Is a splendid piece of ground In ,
heavy stand of alfalfa and Mr. Burk
Is much pleased with his purchase.
The fact that he-paid spot cash for
his land indicates, that many of the
new comers to the valley, are bring
ing with them outside capital, one
of the - things in which the valley
stands much in need. Mr. Burk is
very much impressed with the Salt
River valley and Us future possi
bilities. He is a conservative busi
ness man of many years experience
and is not in the hahit of jumping
at conclusions. It was therefore, only
after careful consideration of all the
advantages of the valley,- that he
concluded to cast his lot here.
A sale of nleo town property is
also reported by this company. F. J
Homer of Denver, who within a stay
of a few weeks here has made sev
eral purchases, His closed a deal with
Frank Lane for sixty-two and a
half feet fronting on Xorth Third
avenue. This is an ideal building
site in an excellent residence sec
tion and Mr. Homer plans . to build
there a little later on.
SOLD A TWENTY.
Decide That Salt River Valley
Ranches Are What They Want.
The Greene & Griffin company ami
J. S. Griffin duritig the week sold
two forty-acre ranches in Section 17,
about three miles south of Glendale,
Henry Tinker and George Dietz be
ing the purchasers. These men are
from Lincoln, Neb., and have decided
to become ranchers in Salt River
valley. They are Germans of the
thrifty type and will improve their
ranches for the purpose of making
their future homes on the land.
CHELSEA PLACE IS NAME
OF NEW SUB DIVISION
Exclusive Residence Section Gets
Fins Start; Joe Melczer To
Be An Early Builder.
William M Costley has closed the
Fale of twenty acres on North Sev
enth avenue, in Section 20. north
west of the Indian School, the land
being formerly owned by Tony
Bright. TJic purchaser is Eugene
Peterson from Cincinnati. The land
is all in splendid alfalfa and Mr.
Peterson, has chosen a delightful lo
cation and a good piece of land for
lilr future home.
ORANGE LAND SOLD.
Mr. Shedd of the Greene fc Grif
fin company was successful during
tho week in selling twenty acres of
orange land near the, Wilson orange
grove, northeast of the Indian school.
The purchaser is C. L. Hargrave, a
mining engineer of California. Mr.
Hargravc purchased the land with the
intention of eventually developing it
all into an orange grove.
Try a Republican Want Ad for
Wo have eome good bargains In
new, modem cottages well located
and up-to-date In every respect.
Also some choice S and 10 acre
tracts just'' right for a nlc little
home place. Would ba pleased to
THE CAMP-TANNEHILL Co.
33 E. Adams SL
Chelsea Place is the name of the
beautiful new subdivision which tho
iiomeijuilders, Greene and Griffin..
agents are. putting upon the mar
ket. This tract which has already been
described In these columns lies on
the west side of Central avenue just
north of the Blount property in one
of the most desirable and exclusive
resideuce portions of the city.
The two intersecting streets run
ning east and west have been named
Linwood and Willetta, and the work
of Improvement is now going for
The' tract will have sewers, elec
tricity, city water, caleche streets.
cement sidewalks, and every Improve
ment which goes into the making of
an Ideal home site. (
There are D2. lots In the sub-division.
Those frontjng on lie avenue
are S4xl9C and the inside lots are
.50x134 to an alley. A flume Is be
ing built which will -carry the irri
gation water below street level. Tho
lots will be Irrigated by the regular
Although the tract is only just
placed on tho market the development
Is good and Mr. Green said last eve
ning that ho anticipated, m.-rny sales
and the rapid growth of that part of
the city, where .handsome "homes
rigidly restricted will bo built.
Joe Melczer has the honor of ac
quiring the first lot; a most desir
able one at the corner of Willetta
street and Central avenue, upon
which he will erect an $8000 resi
dence during the summer.
fi-room bungalow on Fast Port
land, built-in book cases anvl china
closet, all modern. Close to car
line. A bargain at $2100. Good
J S. GRIFFIN
4 W. Adams.
5-ROOM BRICK modern, cement
celler. Large Screen Room and
porch large lot best part of city.
Small payment down, balance same
as rent or will exchange. What
have you? Price $3300.
5 OR TEX ACRE TRACTS on
car line, best part of valley fine
soil and only a short distance
out, $230 per- acre, one-fifth down,
balance one-fifth each year for
sale by pie exclusively.
Basement Phoenix National Bank.
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6c a Pound
YOUR CHOICE OF THE THREE BEST
Evergreen Heights Addition
McDowell Place Addition
Lots on easy monthly payments. Will assist home
builders. " ..att&JS
Phone Overland 1145. 14 AV. Adams..
on each pound of butter fat than
he made in Kansas, selling butter
fat at the same price, is what one
prosperous Salt River Valley dairy
man says he is making.. Green,
outdoor f:ed the year round, no big
investment in barns, silos, etc., and
no unusual falling off in flow be
cause of cold and changeable
weather, are some of the reasons.
We have a fine 80-acre tract, all
in grain, that we offer at $125 per
acre, that would make a splendid
dairy ranch. Fine location, good v
roads, rich, loamy soil. Easy $
terms.. Will help the' right sort of
a man to buy his herd.
For sale only by
Dwight B. Heard
"Everything in Real Estate"
Cor. Center and Adams.
No location in Valley makes a better place
Tor 1 he business man a home in The country
OR A NGE WOOD
Purest of soft well water, beautiful moun
tain scenerv, trollev service with the citv
we have three five acre tracts but wisli to
PHOENIX TRUST CO.
16 West Adams St.
WHY PAY RENT?
YOU CAN OWN THIS ELE
GANT 7-ROOM BRICK
$150 Cast) $20 Monthly
Close in. All in fine ALFALFA, good house, fine SHADE. The very
best buy ever offered in the Salt River Valley. Will pay for itself
with bay ALONE in FIVE Years. It will take us only a few
3IINUTRS to show you this RANCH.
Wm. M. Costley & Co.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
17 West Adams St.
I ' I I
This house is situated on car line
and is brand new and modern in
every particular.. Let us show you
H. C. THOMAS,
Real Estate & Iny. Co.
41 West Adams St.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Phoenix Title & Trust Co.
18 N. First Ave.
MOST ATTRACTIVE RESIDENCE SECTION OF PHOENEC Terms
to suit prospective builders. Second avenue Kenilworth car runs
through the tract.
HARTRANFT-TWEED CO. COSTLEY & THOMPSON.
NEW STATE HOME BUILDERS
1 Will build your home for you. ',
Let us figure with you. ''
40 EAST ADAMS ;
QUANTITY OF 2D QUALITY
BALED ALFALFA Hay. cheap if
411 West Monro St.
SALE OF LOTS
NEAR STATE CAPITOL.
Tn Blocks 1, 2, 17, 2.,, 27, Capitol Addition
v Tevms 20 Down, Balance MonthIj
APRIL 1 7th WEDNESDAY
FASTEST OROWTXG PACT OF PHOENIX
Your Great Chance
Take car line to Capitol, got off at Sixteenth Avenue.
CAPITOL REALTtf CO.
C. 0. McMURTRY