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TITE AKIZONA REPUBLICAN 3IOXDAY MORNING, SEPTE3IBER 31, 1908.
8 v T NOV H U KM Below are a few Bargains in Improved and Unimproved Ranch and Desert Properties that should not be Overlooked by the Homeseeker or Investor TK EARTH r r IO'Acres Orange Land-$1250.00 located 1 miles west of Mesa, on the M. & P. R. R. close to the Reed orange grove. Full Utah water right pro-rata. The above price for few da-s only. $0o0.00 down, balance 8 per cent. - 30 Acres$i200 ?,y2 miles southwest of Mesa, y2 share Utah water, four room adobe house, family orchard, good well, fine shade, half fenced with woven wire. If you want a nice ranch home cheap it will pay you to-investigate this. Easy terms. 20 Acres Maricopa Sandy Loam$3000.00 two miles southwest of Mesa, share of Utah water, fenced three sides with American field fence, all in Alfalfa. 10 acres at same rate. Easy terms. 17 Acres Orange or Grape Land$3,250.00 close to Bowen orange grove and old Schuele vineyard, all in Alfalfa, good clean land, in excellent condition for planting orchard or vinej'ard in spring. 40 Acres $4400.00 two miles out, small frame house, one share Mesa n-ntpr nil in Alfalfa. A ;nnr TprnK Offers the Greatest Inducements to the Homeseeker and Investors of any Section of the Great Salt River Valley Land is all orange, grape, alfalfa, sugar beet, can taloupe and truck land. Has three dairies; two ice plants; a steam laundry; a flouring mill; a cold storage plant. . Union high school building, costing $-15,000.00: will be completed by December 1st, 1008. Is constructing a municipal waterworks system. Has orange growers, grape growers, cantaloupe growers and truck growers associations. You can't afford to invest your money in the Salt River Valley without first investigating the Mesa section. Beautiful Ranch Home. 40 Acres$8,000.00 yt mile out, six room brick and frame house," -fine shade trees, well, barn, nice family orchard and vine yard, one share Mesa water. This property is in a high state of cultivation and would be a bargain at sale price without the improvements. , 160 Acres Desert Land$75.00 Per Acre 4 miles- out, half under the Mesa canal, all under new Highland canal. No better orange land in the Valley. $2,000.00 down, balance 6 per cent, three to five'years. Q 34 Acres$2800.00 4 .miles out, four room brick house, fruit, shade, half share Utah water, cotton wood for fuel. $1700.00 down, balance 8 per cent. 160 Acre Sheep Ranch$20,000.00 three miles out, two brick houses, fenced and cross fenced into 11 fields with Page wire. These Properties can be purchased only through our Agency Phone Main 38. Arizona Territorial Fair, Phoenix, Nov. 9-14. Bank Building, Mesa, Arizona Coo .H-H-H-H-W'l' H'i'H M H-H-8-H-H-I I I t I'M H"I V -H-l"l"l"l..Ht..H"l"I"H"H"H"H"H"l i 1 1 1 M"I"I t I I i i-h M esa Department W. H. HOGLE, Manager W-W"!"M"l"l"!"l"!-i-WI'l "!"H "I i-H-H-I Hi I H I H''"I''I'Mi'i"M-ii'M'-M"H"I I I I II II I 'Mi I I I I I I I V H of the summer season, ami were join ed later by the doctor. While in Chicago Dr. Palmer spent his time in taking a post graduate course at one ot the prominent medical institutions in that city. The family has enjoyed the vacation greatly, but is glad to return to Mesa. for decision, as well as many other items of interest. CAlirORMAN'S OPINION OF SALT RIVER VALLtY It Was Formed After a Visit to the Roosevelt Dam. K. F. Diller, who recently arrived here from Canlcm. (ii'. Iihs re turned here from a visit to the Kooscvclt dam, to which place he went last week for the purpose of satisfying himself as to the extent oT the work being dour by the govern ment there. Mr. Diller is a meal baler in his home town of (Jardepa, and came to Phoenix about a week ago. accompanied by his wife, who remained in the Capital city while he took the trip to the government works. Mr. Diller will return to his home in the Golden state shortly, but Mrs. Diller will remain in Phoenix for the winter months. In speak ing of the government project Mr. Diller saiil that while hp hail heard ! considerable about the immense work bejng undertaken at Roosevelt, that it was beyond comprehension until Fcen and appreciated. Mr. Diller further stated that the price of land in California was get ting to be way beyond the purchas ing power of the ordinary individual, and that many persons in his vicin- CfHTiriF aml s'ho"1 Supplies of all OWllUUi kinds Tablets, Pads, Pencils, n a'awti The prices are right. V DUUftJ M p H0LLIDAY ity were beginning to look toward the Salt River and Imperial valleys for new fields of operations, and Mr. Diller's visit here was for the pur pose of satisfying himself as to the relative values of these two import ant agricultural districts. After his visit to the dam had been made the gentleman expressed him self as being confident that there was no comparison between the possibili ties and future of the Salt River val ley and that of the Imperial, and that everything was in favor of the for mer. Mr. Diller yesterday afternoon left for Phoenix, from which city he will shortly go to his home at Gar dena, where he will give his views concerning what he saw here to the many friends who are anxiously this information. MESA PUBLIC LIBRARY USEFUL INSTITUTION It Is and Proving a Amusement. Source of Benefit THE ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. will take you through to Roosevelt from Mesa In ten hours. One of the most scenic stage routes in America. Five relays. Phone ua for Information. Fare, $6.00. MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE TO SPEAK HERE. Delegate Mark .Smith, who has been nominated by the democratic party for delegate to congress, is slated to speak here on Thursday, October 1st. It ha not as' yet been announced where the speaking will take place. Mr. Smith's meeting is awaited with much interest here by members of both parties, who are alike interested in hearing- what argument will be presented for the gentleman's re-election to congress. t A NEW FALL LINE OF GINGHAMS, PRINTS, OUTING FLANNEL, AND A STAPLE LINE OF DRESS GOODS ARE NOW ON DISPLAY. WE HAVE ALSO JUST SECURED AN ATTRACTIVE LINE OF LADIES' FOOTWEAR, IN WHICH ARE INCLUDED ALL THE LATE DESIGNS. A. Hunsaker -!! 1 1 M I 1 1 1 I 'I M !"! I I ; H-fr-H-fr-W-H-? 1 1 MM-M I QUEEN QUALITY, THE MARK OF ELEGANCE IN LADIES' FOOTWEAR. Just Arrived We have just received a com plete line of the JUSTLY FAMOUS QUEEN QUALITY SHOE in the late Fall designs, including the popular 5th and fith Avenue, Princess and many others. LesueurGibbons Co. ANOTHER TRANSFORMER FOR ROOSEVELT. Date Saturday afternoon another of the immense transformers which are being installed at the government works at the big dam at Roosevelt, was loaded here and left town, being drawn by a team of eight horses. Several' of these have already 4eon freighted to the scene of the works, and installed. One of the most appreciated public spirited movements in this town, and from which great benefit is being derived. Is that of the public library of Mesa. The free reading room Is well patronized and is proving a source of great enjoyment and ben efit. Nearly all of the territorial papers are kept on file there, and the librarian. Miss Kirksey. has them well arranged. The books during the summer season, which were only ex changed on Wednesday and Satur day evenings, were transferred to the rear room of the building, but will shortly be replaced upon the shelves in the reading room. From time to time the supply of literature there has been added to, until at present there is a large number of well se lected volumes on hand. This includes a representative line of fiction, chil dren's stories, history and reference books. The hours at present during which the reading room is open to patrons are from 9 to 12 a.m. and from 2 to 5 p.m., and again from 7 to 9 in the evening. IMPORTANT CHANGE IN TRAIN SERVICE. Many passengers for the Capital city who desire to leave here on the early morning train, still continue..to go the old P. & E. depot, laboring under the impression that the morn-' ing train still leaves from that de pot, which is a mistake, however, as since Thursday of last week, the train service was changed so that the morning train which has been leaving at 7:50 from the old P. & E. rieMit, now leaves at 7:23 from the M. & P. station. This change has been previously announced, but ow ing to the fact that it does not seem to he generally known, mention Is again made of it. family, to take up their residence there, have disposed of their house hold effects to W. E. Smith, the gro cery man. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Cooper and children are back home again after spending their summer's vacation with the parents of Mr. Cooper In Nevada. , DANCE FOR MISSIONARIES. On next Friday evening, September "5th, a ball will be given In the Mesa opera house, the proceeds from which will be given to several young men who have recently been selected as missionaries from the Church of the letter Day Saints, and who will leave " Mesa within a few days for Salt Iike to receive missionary in struction. About a month later two of these, Deo Hibbcrt and Owen Stewart, will go to New York. About the same time, Loren Brimhalff, an other one of the young men, will leave here for Portland, Ore., on a similar mission. A SPLENDID PROGRAM. The moving picture show of the Ralph A. Chase company at the Mesa opera house on Saturday even ing last was unusually well attended, nearly all of the seating capacity be ing occupied. The program was one of the best given yet, and consisted of an entirely new line of moving pictures. The illustrated songs which were sung by Miss Macdonald were a pleasing feature of the evening's performance. Manager Chase oper ates the electric machine in an ex pert manner, and all of the pictures show tip well. It has been given out that there will be a complete change in the program every Monday, Wed nesday and Friday. MESAITES HOME FROM EASTERN TRIP. Among those who returned from their summer's vacation last week were Mr. and Mrs. George W. Silver thorn and , child. The family has speni a large par. of the past sum-! mer at their old home in Chicago, where they visited relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Silverthorn and young child are In the" best of health. Refore returning home Mr. Silverthorn completed the work of se lecting the desks and . furniture for the new Fnion High school, which is to be completed during the month of December. MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL. There will lie a meeting of the city I council tomorrow evening, Sept. 22, in the townhalI, which will be an important session, there being much old business to be taken up and dis posed of. All matters which have come before the city fathers during the absence of City . Attorney George W. Silverthorn and which required his personal attention, will come up PHYSICIAN AND FAMILY COMING Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Palmer, accom panied by their three small children, are expected to come in today from an extended visit in Chicago, Mrs. Palmer and children having gone to the Windy City during the early part BARNUM & BAILEY CIRCUS COM . ING 'INTACT. The Barnum & Bailey circus will come to Phoenix and show on Mon day week. September 28, intact; jri other words, there will be no splitting: up of this organization in its travel through this territory. The show will be exactly the same as presented in Madison Square Garden, New York, and the two performances which will be given in the Capital city will not bo changed in the slightest detail, and with the original company of European artists. In the metropolis the show this year is said to have been better than in all of the fifty-four years rtf its history. There will be a pa rade which promises unusual fea tures and gives added Interest to the Phoenix engagement. It is ex pected that a great number of resi dents of this city and surrounding districts will take advantage of wit nessing these performances. v, . .t Alhambra Hotel Finest " of rooms. Stage leaves daily for Roosevelt and Globe. It will pay you to see The Light Bi- cycle, with Baley Non Skid Tires be ' fore you buy a bike. Reading, Stand ; ard, Light, Curtis & Indian Motorcy i clea. .Tires, Sundries and Repairing. I ARIZONA MOTOR CO. Phone Red 537. 31 So. 1st Ave. .1 H '!'! 'H"I"H"I 1 1"H il'M'H'i'H- EvP.GROVER CIGARS AND STATIONERY. FINE SODA AND MINERAL. WATER. I l l I 1 1 I I I 1 I 1 I I I I I 1 I I I I 1 i I-i' BARGAINS BARGAINS 55 acre ranch, good brick house, cost $1800; plenty of water, 2 miles from Mesa, or will cut property in half. Price $6000. 120 acre ranch, two good houses, best land in the valley, plenty of water, $4000 cash will handle it; bal ance on easv terms. MESA WATER FOR SALE, $800 PER SHARE. MONEY TO LOAN. Pomeroy-Guthrie Realty Co. In Mesa. , Mesa. Arizona. 1st Oldest Agency door east of P.O. MESA HOTEL. European plan. Large, 'clean, airy "ooms. Splendid dining room in con nection, under the direction of Mrs. A. W. Cornett. L. V. GUTHRIE, Proprietor. ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST. Mrs. Roy MeCormick and ' youhg son, James, were in the Capital city on Saturday last on a shopping tour. Professor Jones, principals the Mesa grammar school, and wife will this week take up their residence in one of the Charles Peterson cot tages on Main and Sirrihe 'streets. J. J. Phillips, who will leave shortly for Corona, Calif., together with his WISE TALK. It is with considerable pride and ch'est expansion that we an nounce the opening of the snappiest lines of New Fall Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Shirts, Neckwear, etc., we have ever been privileged, to "gaze" upon. . They are here in -the newest styles and colorings, a nit . while they have no 'feathers", on they are not one minute behind the band-wagon. Let's show you. . . THE TOGGERY, Mesa. The Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes. """ VANCE AUDITORIUM Regular Dance FRIDAY, SEPT. 25. Roller skating Saturday ternoon and evening. .J ATTENTION RANCHERS, MINERS AND PROSPECTORS. Let me sell you the supplies. I know what you need and have the goods, fresh and at lowest prices. Canned goods, pre serves, pickles, tacon and ham. Send me a list of goods you wish, if you can't come in, and I will fill the order promptly to your satisfaction. Write, phone' or sea fRANIi GRIEBEL'S 218 W. Wash. St, Phoenix. Phone 43. W, M. POWELL, M. A. F. S. SC LONDON. Gives lessons on Organ, Piano and Theory of Music, with the necessary languages. Terms 1 lesson, 75c; 2 a week, $1. Care Mrs. Smallhouse, 9C4 East Pierce street. Phone Black 8562. l Moving rictures IN THE HOUSE EVERY NIGHT MESA OPERA by R. A. CHASE & CO. . Entire change of program on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Illustrated songs by ' Miss Vera Macdonald. Admission 15c; children un der 10 years, 10c. Doors open 7:30. Performance at 8:15. AND STAR RUBY "our Are the two best brands sold in the valley. Can be purchased on the South Side of BIRCHETT BROS., T. J. PARRY, GOODWIN BROS, and A. A. CELAYA, Tempe or any store in Mesa. -H-H-K1 1' ! i"li i 'H'-fr-M-H-H-H