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Arizona Rainfall Statistics.
Rainfall for June, July, August and
September for tho past Ave years as
furnished to Mr. Chas. M. HatQeld,
Los Angeles, California, by Weather
18U9: .73 of an imch.
1900: .72 of an inch.
1901: .02 of an inch;
1902: .10 of an inch.
1903: 1.88 Inches.
1899: 2.02 Inches. '
1900: .31 of an inch.
1901: 3.02 inches.
1902: 1.28 inches.
1903: 3.01 inches.
1899: 3.12 inches.
1900: .31 of an inch.
1901: 1.62 Inches.
1902: 6.00 inches.
1903: 2.26 inches.
1899: .14 of an inch.
1900: 2.77 inches.
1901: .15 of an inch.
1902: 1.12 inches.
1903: 4.08 inches.
Nearly one-half inch of rain fell
Monday, making nearly two inches
for the month. Feed on the range is
good and stock are doing well. There
is a lack of water in water holes.
List of letters remaining in the post
ofilce, uncalled for, for the week end
ing May 28, 1904:
Bates, A. A. McGlothlin Walter
Brady, Morgan McElvan, A. W.
Brooke, Walter McElvan, Amos
Casner, Geo. Posten, Ed
Cappell, .Tosle (2) Partello, S. S.
Cushon, Arthur Smith, Ralf
Engen, Albert Tronside, Louis
Hubbard, Sarah Willard, Warren '
Laabs, Henry Wood, C. F.
Chavez, Pedro Gurieto, Cristobal
Aperciado, Gutierrez, Paulo
Francisco Losano Aristeo
When inquiring for the above mail,
please say "advertised."
T. J. Coalteh, P. M".
Pioneer Note Company.
The Pioneer Hose company will hold
a meeting on Tuesday evening, May
31, at 8 o'clock. All members are re
quested to bo present as business oi
importance will bo transacted.
J. Edwakd Priest,
Notice, Company I.
All members of Company I are or
dered to report at tho Armory at 9
a. m. Monday, May 30th, 1904, to take
part in Memorial Day services.
F. S. Bueen,
C. H. Hille, manager of the Wilcox
Rose Construction company of River
side, tho firm who has the contract for
tho erection of the buildings for the
Indian school at Tuba City, is look
ing after tho business of the firm at
this point. Work has commenced on
the buildings, and a largo amount of
freight is being shipped from here.
Ono of the greatest blessings a mod
est man can wish for is a good reli
able set of bowels. If you are not
the happy possessor of such an outfit
you can greatly improve the efficiency
of those you have by the judicious use
of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They aro pleasant to take
and agreeable in effect. .For sale by
. Is on the verge of the
G reatest S u bstan tial
Boom Southern Cali
fornia has ever seen.
IMPROVEMENTS UNDER WAY!
A ONE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLAR Steel Plant to head her
Industries, a TWENTYMILLION DOLLAR Coal and Fuel Co,,
to say nothing of one or more Transcontinental Railroads that
will shortly make San Diego their terminus,
$250,000 government coaling docks
NOW ORDERED BY THE GOVERN
MENT. Admiral Bradford says he is
going to make at San Diego harbor
ONE OF THE MOST COMPLETE
COALING AND NAVAL STATIONS
OWNED BY THE NAVY.
Large reduction works to be estab
lished here for the manufacture of
Lithia from the famous Palagonite
mines near San Diego.
OVer $300,000 being expended by war
department, building a model four
company army post and buildings.
Now nearly finished.
Government also building large ord
nance repair shops.electric light plants,
hospitals, and several miles of splendid
military roads along Point Loma, with
the finest views in the world. Can be
seen from MISSION BAY HEIGHTS.
J. D. Spreckels Jk. Co. to spend $1,-
500,000 in enlarging one of the present
water systems to irrigate 250,000 acres
more of land, and to furnish electric
light and power for manufacturing for
entire bay region.
Several fine oiled boulevards being
Many miles of the suburban motor
roads to be abapted to electricity and
surveys for improvements and exten
sions already made, one of which will
pass MISSION BAY HEIGHTS.
A wonderful activity in the mining
sections of the cc-.nty near San Diego,
many new gold and coppermines being
opened up and machinery installed.
A regular building boom is now un
der way, a large number of finchomes,
flats and renting houses being in
course of construction, as well as a
number of business blocks and im
provements to present buildings.
The splendid Interurban Electric
Trolley line of the Huntington-Hell-man
syndicate is being steadily pushed
southward from Los Angeles, touching
the principal towns enroute, with San
Diego as its ultimate destination.
Greatest of all, however, is the fol
lowing: THE PANAMA CANAL
now a government enterprise, and the
construction of which is to go forward
at once, will means millions to the
Pacific coast, and more to San Diego
than any other place. San Diego will
become the jobbing and distributing
center for the entire Southwest.
Consider the immense amount of
railroad building, irrigation and other
development now going on throughout
the whole Southwest, and bear in mind
that San Diego is the only natural
ocean outlet and inlet from and to
these regions, as well as many of the
Eastern and all of the Southern states.
Made now In San Diefe Real Estate will Earn the Investor
Many Times the Ordinal Amount Invested During the Next
15 Months. For further Information and Illustrated literature address
MISSION BAY LAND CO.,
Suite 410-411-412 BRALY BUILDING
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
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