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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY 3IORXIXC, NOVEMBER 2f, 1908.
13 SAL I KIVlK VALLEY NEWS (Continued from page 9.) box will bo taken to the reservation by Uro. Latter. llrs. Jack P.rooks called on lier sis ter Airs. Bruce lirooks Thursday. The government ditch crew is at present putting in time on the Salt canal. Miss Dorothy Haynes. who was so badly hurt seems to be quite well ugain. The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Draper ex pect to be i mheir new home by Thanksgiving. The house is all fin ished, waiting for them to move in. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Riggins attended the Cartwrlght reunion Sunday at the .ld Cartwright home. SCOTTSDALE. O. C. Watson came over from Tempe Monday with his wolf dugs and Tues day morning early went out and sam pled one of our coyotes. His dogs are noble fellows and they get quick ac tion on a coyote when they see him. Mr. Wilbur and Mr. Ilaynie bought some brood sows below Phoenix. They brought them home Tuesday. Chaplain Scott is building his new barn and making other improvements about his place. Mrs. K. O. Brown Is quite sick with the grip. Miss Swain is preparing a little Thanksgiving entertainment for the school children. Mrs. William Wilbur has a touch of the grip and is quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. McDuffee have had a new floor laid in one of their tent houses. Mrs. Coldwell is exhibiting a pic ture of the power house which Mrs. Wakelee painted for her. It speaks well for Mrs. WakeWs skill as an artist. May and James Vanderhoof are mourning the loss of their spotted goat which pulled their little wagon. It died of unknown cause. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Doner and son William near Phoenix visited Scotts dale Thursday. Mr. Doner's home is in Council Hluffs, Iowa, where he ex pects to return in the spring. Wiliiam Wilbur Is having his hay baled up preparatory to marketing it. A man has been seen wandering on the desert near Scottsdale for several days. His actions Indicated that he was not right and Thursday morning Mr. Yanderhoof found him crossing a field and t'ok him tn the house where he was given breakfast and cared for until Mr. Isaac's mail stage left for Phoenix. He proved to be an inmate of the asylum, who had escaped. Mr. Isaac returned him to that institu tion. Mr. Oraves has been in bed for sev eral days with the grip but is recov ering again. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Coldwell enter tained the Vanderhoofs for dinner Suridny. Chaplain Scott preached us one of his real live sermons Sunday. Pev. Trumbull has consented to speak for(me(ltinK ,)f t)ie Self Culture club with us next Sunday. A. V. GLENDALE. Glendale is preparing to entertain the public with one of the biggest affairs in the history of the town. On Saturday, November 28, a barbe cue will be held in the Glendale park. Several large beeves will be roasted nnd, together with the other trim n ings, will be sufficient to feast the l.-uxe crowd which it is hoped will i.f present. Arrangements have been nadc for several sports such as climb- FOR SALE. Orange land, large or small tracts. Alfalfa land. Improved and raw. Land for cantaloupe and truck gardening Houses and lot, any part of city MORFORD & BARR. 4 West Adams St. t FOR SALE T Half acre of ground, with a T neat 4 -room brick cottage, A bath, water, etc., on car line, T north of town; 2.250 00. Terms. 10 acres, highly Improved and in the best of neighborhoods, nice new home, young or chard, a bargain for you if you will call at once, for it3 an Meal little place. TAYLOR-BERRYMAN CO. Next door to Postoffice. ,H"HH"H'i litis I MM H"M"H A SNAP 20 acres one mile from Phoenix $175 per acre I. H. KIPP & CO. 45 South Center Street. Phone Main 128. FOR SALE A nice 7-room house, 2 lots, in good location, partly furnished, fine shade and city water, electric lights and bath. In good condition. On easy terms J 100 down and balance like rent. A. R. TAYLOR, Owl Drug Store. ing a greased pole, shoe races, pony J There was a meeting of the canta races, etc., for which liberal prizes loupe growers Wednesday evenlnir will be offered. Then there will be good speaking and music. The men who have the subscription papers are meeting much success with good do nations. A committee went to Phoe nix Tuesday to solicit the merchants and met with great liberality among them. Each of the banks gave $10. with a promise of more if needed. and nearly all of the merchants of- fered to help. Don't forget the date, Xovemlier L'S. Come and bring all - vi.i., our Irlends. Mr Owens or Clayton ,.. who has been visiting SI. P. White, closed a deal Monday in which he pur- chased fortv acres in section "fi nf ,. ,. V. secV ''' of Mrs. Mike Wall. Mr. Owens will take possession January 1 nnd expects to devote his attention to fruit rais ing. A. O. Grant Is putting up a new wind mill at his ranch on New river. Mrs. Louis Sands presented her husband with a son last Thursday. Mr. Sands was so excited over the event that he ran his auto into a ditch on Crand avenue, causing quite a little damage to the machine. Nearly every one attended the fair last week and several of the blue ribbons were placed on the products of Glendale exhibitors. Mrs. Leslie Norris spent the week in Phoenix. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Fioek spent several days in Phoenix last week. They attended the banquet at the Ho tel Adams Thursday, given in honor of Dr. L. C. Lord of the Illinois State Normal School. Mr. and Mrs. Fioek are graduates of this school. Mrs. Stein and children of Okla homa arrived here Sunday and will make her home with her brothf-r, Frank Hawthorne. The Glendale Oasis met Saturday night at the school house. Several new members were taken in. School was closed here last week, as the teachers had to attend the insti tute In Phoenix. Mrs. E. E. Jack was on the sick list the first of the week. Mrs. Warner, Mr. Barkley, Mr. and Mrs. Dicknon and Mrs. Fioek were among the Phoenix shoppers Monday. Tuesday Messrs. Bennett, Barkley and Welgold were in Phoenix making arrangements for the big barliecue. The Baptist church is receiving a coat of paint. Next Sunday Mr. Mc Courtney will begin a series of meet ings here. Miss Jacobs, a deaconess -from Tuc son, began a series of revival meet ings at the M. E. church. On Mon day, Tuesday and Thursday after noons she talked to the school chil dren. : Mrs. Eddy returned last week from a prolonged visit in California Miss Whitfield visited her parents here last week. She returned to her school duties Sunday afternoon. John C. Davis bought a fine new runjibout last Friday. Cne of the most entertaining social functions the past week was the Mrs. White on Wednesday. It was an all-day meeting and besides the club members several guests were en tertained. An elaborate luncheon was served at the noon hour. Immediately following which was the session of the club. After the election of of ficers an interesting program on the Grand Canyon was given by Mrs. Kendricks. Miss Jacobs of Tucson was present and gave a very Interest ing talk on the Grand Canyon. Dainty souvenirs of tiny maps of Arizona were given each of the ladles by Miss Jacobs. Those present were Mrs. E. II Jack, Mrs. Warner, Mrs. Twinch, Mrs. J. J. Hammels, Mrs. Osborne, Mrs. Kendricks, Mrs. Pitt. Mrs. Ray Lehman, Mrs. Leslie Norris, Mrs. M. P. White, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Kinney, Mrs. Shideler. Mrs. E. J. Flock. Mrs. Win. Whitfield, Miss Jacobs and Miss Kendricks. On Friday afternoon the Ladies' Aid society will meet with Mrs. Ed Jack, and on Saturday afternoon the Mis sionary society will meet at the church. On Sunday morning Miss Jacobs will organize a baby roll at Sunday school and all the babies are invited to be present. The quarterly conference was held here Thursday. Presiding Elder Rog ers was here to conduct the meeting. FOR SALE. Orange Groves and Lands Ranch and City Property FOR RENT. Houses, Rooms and Ranches. E. L King & Co. 18 N. 2nd Ave. REAL ESTATE AGENTS. LOOK! ! Suburban lots 1V4. 2, 5 and 10 acres each, for sale. City lots at bargain prices. 160 acres near Glendale, with good house and mostly in cultivation. Only $90 per acre. 1G0 acres nine miles out, one-half In cultivation. Only $30 per acre. This is a snap. All kinds of City and Ranch Property for sale by E. A. Spaulding Real Estate, Loans Investments 17 W. Adams St. Opposite new Valley Bunk Building. Owing to the small number present not much business was transacted. o City of Toledo Lucas State of Ohio, Conntv ha Prank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is senior nartner nf th firm i Cheney A. Co., doing business In the 'city ! of T0.10. County and State aforesaid, RMsor8" and every case of Catarrh that cannot I e cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh 1 0 ' t w.FRANK..J- C.HEE' I "worn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December. a. W. CLEASOK. Notary Public. "all's Catarrh Cure Is taken lntrnally, an1 ts directly on the blood and mu- cons surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free. ,fJ- CHKN'ET CO., ToIedo.'O. I Sold b V all IjriiefcrlHts 7Se Tal I tloti. Take Hall's Family Pills for const lpa- Phoenix Engraving Co., Phoenix, Ariz., Is now prepared to do all kinds of half tone and line engraving for magazines, books and illustrations for advertising purposes. Maps, labels, bills and letter heads, also go out and make views of photograph objects to be engraved. This is something you need done here at home. The phoenix Engraving Co. can do It. Call at 21 South 1st avenue up stairs room 11. o NAVAJO INDIAN BLANKETS. Special sale. Large assortment. Prices right and goods genuine. Miller Sterling Co., 9-11 E. Washington. Artistic, clean, smooth, pleasant shave, 10 cents, hair cut, 23 cents, 12(1 N 1st St., M. Pcloso. Kodak work cneap at toonnelVe. For piano tunmnir nnone rert 20S1 i Ktore TTjiuf Wah Hamilton Tirna CONTEST NOTICE Department of the Interior, United States Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona, Oct. 22, 1908. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed In this office by Enoch H. Williams, contestant, agatnst Ha. En try. No. 471S, made Sept. 30, 1903, for SW. 4 Section 8, Township IS. Range 3W, G.&SR. Meridian, by Byron C. MesKimons, Contestee, In which It is alleged that claimant has wholly said land, he has been absent from said land for at least two years and the family has not resided on or cultivated any of said land, said parties are hereby noti fied to appear, respond, and offer evi dence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a.m. on Nov. tf. 1908, before the Register and Receiver at the United States Land Office In Phoenix. AH. The said contestant having. In a proper affidavit, filed Oct. 22, 1908, set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this no tice can not be made, It Is hereby ord ered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publication. FEN S. HILDRETH, Receiver. NOTICE FOR BIDS. Sealed proposals and bids will be re ceived at the office of the Board of Trustees of School District No. 1, In the Grammar School Building, In Pres cott, Arizona, until 2 o'clock p. m., of the 28th day of November, 1908, for the construction of a public school building In West Prescott, without plumbing and heating, also separate proposals for plumbing and heating the said building; all in accordance with plans and specifications, copies of which may be obtained at the office of the Board of Trustees above men tioned. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check for 6 per cent of the amount of the bid. The Board of Trustees reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Dated Prescott, Arizona , Oct. 30, 190S. M. B. HAZELTON, II. D. ROSS, A. W. ROBINSON, Board of Trustees. "S," that means Sweets, A lingering bliss; Donofrio's Cactus Candy Is as sweet as The kiss of a miss! II II I'M I Ml HHHI1MOM j 8 Interest f WE HAVE GOOD SECURITY TO OFFER FOR LOANS. CALL AND LIST YOUR CASH WITH US. ! Marshall, Kay & Co. J. l West Adams st. I 1 1 .1 11 ni.. I I I t ? - I 1 I 1 1 I I I l'4 i II HI It 1 MM I II 1 I MM 11 Northwest of Phoenix: 40 acres of Glendale, loam, per acre 90 120 acres, CO acres In alfalfa, house, good well. Must be sold at once. Per acre $85 10 acres in city. .. 10,000 City Properties: Neatly furnished brick cottage on avenues $3250 New 6-room brick cottage on First st S3500 Page-Hanlen & Co. Phone Red 3911. 43 W. Adams. H 1 1 1 1 it"M"Mn..H. 'l"M"H. 11 , llllllllllllllHlllllH ;; For iSale 60 ACRES FINE ORANGE LAND, BEST LOCATION $100 PER ACRE. I J. L. IRVIIM I j ) Real Estate, Insurance, Rentals. T no. li jNortn first Ave. j. GREENE DIRECTORS SUED FOR DIVIDENDS RECEIVER OF WRECKED GOLD SILVER CO. SAYS MONEY WASNT EARNED. A Scheme of High Finance Which Apparently Operated Only to the Profit of Col. Greene. The New York Times of November 11 says: "Raphael Ling of 146 Broadway started suits yesterday on behalf of Receiver Frank Fritsch of the Greene Gold-Silver company, against nine of the directors and members of the executive committee of the company responsible for the declaration of two 4 per cent dividends on the Greene Gold-Silver 8 per cent cumulative preferred stock In 1907. "The first dividend, which was paid on February 23, 1907, was authorized by the board of directors and in volved the disbursement of $42,813.40. The second dividend, paid March 12 of the same year, was authorized by the executive committee, comprised of Leonard H. Hole. Alfred Romer and Leonard D. Baldwin, Involving the same amount of cash. "Outside of a few hundred dollars realized on the remnants of furniture from the company's one-time richly upholstered offices in the Blair build ing, 24 Broad street, th receiver has Iieen able to locute practically nothing in the way of a.ssets of the defunct company, and the recovery of the total ' of $49,620.8'! alleged to have been illegally paid by the directors and the executive committee, is the only chance of getting anything back for the stockholders. "The directors sued Individually and collectively for the recovery of the first dividend ate Mark I Sperry of Waterbury, Conn.; M. M. Parker of Washington. Alfred Romer and Ed ward O. Rice of the Produce Ex change, James W. Rowland of Brook lyn. Leonard D. Baldwin of the law firm of Griggs. Baldwin & Pierce, formerly counsel for the company; John H. Martin, assistant secretary and treasurer of the company; Rich ard A. Jones, secretary of the com pany, and Leonard H. Hole of Bird S. Coler's banking firm of N. W. Coler & Company. Stock Hypothecated by Col. Greene. "Evidence brought out in supple mentary proceedings conducted by At torney Link has shown that at the time these dividends were declared the company's holdings of the stock of the Greene Gold-Silver Company S. A., a Mexican corporation holding title to the American company's in terests In the Mexican mines for which Its stockholders had paid over $.1,000,000 in cash and $15,000,000 In stock, had been hypothecated by Col. Greene in Mexico. "At the same meeting of the execu time committee on Februury 27, 19o7, at which a second dividend of 4 per cent was declared, the sale of 100,000 shares of preferred stock was au thorized, which stockholders sub scribed to at $7.50 a share. In the complaints served on the officers of the company yesterday. It is alleged that the 1907 dividends were paid out of money raised by the Greene Gold Silver company 'from the sale of its stock, from loans obtained on its notes and the hypothecation of stock, and not from surplus profits.' "Although no ste'its have been taken by stockholders, so far as could tie learned yesterday, to bring their case before the district attorney. Section 594. of the Penal Code expressly cov ers the same allegation as is put forward in the civil suit. "Tho executive committee, in au thorizing the sale of preferred stock at $7.50 a share lietween the payment of, the first and second dividends, which It Is alleged were paid out of the assets of the company, is alleged to have approved a letter signed by Col. Greene, which was the bait that brought in the subscriptions to the stock, the facts of which are directly contradicted by the investigation of Atttorney Link. In this letter Col. Greene said: Large Profits on Paper. 4 'The company is treating In its mills now in operation about 200 tons of ore per day, at an average valua tion in excess of $25 a ton. The cost of mining is about $2.50 per ton, and of milling $2.50 per ton, leaving a net profit on our present output of $4,000 per day, more than six times the amount needed to pay the 8 per cent dividends on the entire 300,000 shares of preferred stock authorized. The moneys realized from the sale of the preferred stock will be used for in creasing the reduction capacity of our company to a total of 2.iO tons per day and for paying the remaining bal ance due upon two of our properties. With these two exceptions, all of the 114 mines of the company are entirely paid for. Our coal properties and lumber lands are also entirely paid for.' "The Investigation conducted by At torney Link has not only failed to show that the company ever actually owned any mines which produced even a dollar of profit at this period, but makes plain that Col. Greene's statement of the company's owner ship in his Mexican properties were exactly the reverse of the truth. Only two of the 114 mines which stock holders believed they owned at that time had been paid for, according to the evidence, and the titles to these-) were vested in the Mexican corpora- m 1 1 m inn 1 1 m- i niiimi 4. ij Let Us Show You j j at ; ; an Investment of $2,000.00 '. '. ', which will more than double ', ', i each jreer for the next five years. Tours for business, I The Arizona Land Co. f MESA, ARIZONA. $ ARM Thedeanest.liahtest and most comionawe POMMEL SLICKER At the same time cheapest In the end Because it wears longest 505i? Everywhere Every garment, -guaranteed waterproof Catalog tion whose stock Col. Greene had hypothecated in Mexico. The remain ing 112 properties were temporarily obtained by oytion, and the stock holders have not yet been able to discover whether the company has now any legal claim on them what ever. "Col. Greene's letter urging the company's 4,500 stockholders to come in on the $7.50 per share subscrip tion to the preferred stock ended with the statement that $3,014,891 in cash had been expended "carefully and in telligently' on the Mexican mining properties and $15,054,000 of common stock had also been paid for them at par. Recent investigation shows that all these payments had been made to the Mexican company, whose stock Col. Greene took to Mexico without authority two months before the first dividend was declared, and of which the stockholders have since been able to discover no trace. Judgment Against Greene Gold. "It was learned yesterday that judg ment for $706.96 has been obtained by Hornblower, Miller & Potter against the Greene. Consolidated Gold company, another of Greene's Mexican enterprises, whose stock found a ready sale on the New York curb a few years ago. The company Is capital ized at $5,000,000 and paid three divi dends of 2 per cent each in 1905 while it was being sold to the public. The judgment, which was obtained on behalf of the Sussex Realty company, owner of the Blair building, repre sents one month's rent of the offices in that building jointly occupied until last spring by the Greene Consoli dated Gold company and the Greene Gold-Silver company." o NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING All stockholders of he Arizona Gold and Copper Hill Mining company are hereby notified that there will be a meeting of Stockholders of said com pany held at its office, 15 East Adams street. In the City of Phoenix, Arizona, on the 14th day of DecemberT 1908, at 10 o'clock, a.m., for the purpose of electing officers of said company. The stock books of the company will be closed on the 4th day of December, 1908. By order of the Board of Directors. (Signed) C E. HOLLAND, Secretary. Dated Nov. 17, 190S. I Buy Land at Wholesale jcu u ill ntauii THE PROFIT IS YOURS We are authorized to sell y 160 Acres Orange Land f at $125 Per Acre This is fine, level orange land in the immediate vicinity of T orange orchards in bearing and X is a bargain at the price. Terms attractive. Phoenix Trust Co. 16 West Adams St. HERE'S A BARGAIN... A six-room frame cottage on West Monroe street, in very good condition: nice front porch and screened back porch: bath," electric light, lots of shade and a few fruit trees; buggy shed; lot 80x140. Come at your ear liest opportunity and let me show this to you, as the prop erty must be sold and is a snap for somebody wanting a nice home. Takes about cash. Price $2300.00. RENTING LOANS JUL ESTATE k INVESTMENT CO, 26 N.IS ST. PHOCNIX VALLEY LANDS INSURANCE A K . rfr US I 0 TooONTOCMI I HH.i V H-l "H -M' I I I ;..H-H..M. I M f WE GUARANTEE 10 PER CENT YEAR ON ANY RANCH LAND WE SELL YOU THIS WINTER.- 80 ACRE BARGAIN 30 acres tn alfalfa, balance in grain, With exception of few acres in orchard, oranges, strawberries-, and garden. Haa nice little cot tage with necessary outbuildings, etc. Located Just a few miles out of town, and In our judgment is one of the best things in Salt River valley. Less than one-third cash will handle this. Price $H5 per acre. THE H. I. LATHAM GO. Real Estate, Insurance, Loans, Rentals. Hotel Adams Block. WHEN YOU'VE SEEN EVERYTHING OTHERS HAVE TO SHOW ? T YOU, COME TO SEE US. BUT YOU'LL SAVE TIME T f BY COMING TO US FIRST. X $-MM--VW..l..lnX..'.,w T' M M' t ! H' M I1 I I I i I I 1 I I 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 I 11 FOR SALE 40 acres of orange land on Central avenue at $.'!0 per acre. 120 acres Glendale loess, all fenced and . cross-fenced; 65 acres In alfalfa; 3-room house, nice young orchard, good water right. Price $85 per acre. Also a large list of city prop erty for sale. 3 furnished rooms for light T housekeeping, close in, for rent. 1 Greene & Ritter Real Estate & Mining Brokers. 4 Cor. of Center and Adams St. T Phone Red 3301. H I I 1 1 1 I I 1 1 I M I 1 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 MIIIIIIIIIHUOHMMMI 1 20 Acres I Improved garden land 2 miles from Phoenix. Price for a few days $130. DWIGHTB. HEARD M M I M I I I I I I I I I I I l 1 1 H H For Sale 80 acres !n alfalfa, fenced, signed up, i miles southwest. Terms giv en. Price per acre S95 80 acres with 3-room house, fenced, in alfalfa, signed up. Terms given. Price per acre S105 160 acres in raw land, all fenced, 80 acres has been In cultivation: 6i miles southwest Price per acre S45 COLE BROTHERS 210 W. Wash. St. Phone Elk. 2681. I M' M M I ' t M M I M-M I MM IHWWW-HI 1 1 ! ! I .H.S-Kt-H-, Why Not Build Just been put on the market, 28 choice lots, full size, in the northeast part of the city with all city conveniences. You can buy one or more of these beautiful lots for $200 apiece; pay what you wfth down, and the balance in monthly installments, as you would pay rent Come and see me and I will help you to build a home. TO LET Houses and rooms for light housekeeping. Also good values in residence property. J. H. FIRE INSURANCE. RENTALS. 35 E. Adams St., Phoenix, Ariz. For This Beautiful New Residence Just completed, modern in every respect. Built after the Mission style with noth- ' ing omitted that could add to its beauty, durability or the comfort and conven ience of its occupants. - " Y , ri , Open for Inspection This house is located in the 1000 block on the North Central Bouvelard, the choicest residence district of Phoenix. It is built on a corner lot S2 feet front 135 feet deep. It has 5 rooms, a screened sleeping room, modern bath room and a Butler pantry. The inside finishing is second to nothing in Phoenix. Price $5,000. $1,500 down, balance on time. See this House then see Harry C. Thomas End of Indian School Car Line. Phone County 19. - H - M - M - H 1 I M 1 1 M-M' H--M-H-M-. INCREASE IN VALUES IN ONE Phone Main 220. . WK:WMHM. I Orange Land Tracts of All Sizes ill The Elliot Evans Co. REAL ESTATE CO. 15 E. Adams St. Phone Black 2421. : H' K"H' I I I I ! I M f 'IK"W- l 11 1 11 M 11 M I M M I H l l II Every Man who returns to the Salt River valley tells us he can find nothing in the west equal to It. Then why wait? Get in now and take the benefit of the in evitable rise In value. Here are some chances that won't keep long: 6-room brick house with three lots and all modern im provements near the capitol $3500. 6-room brick, all modern, X nearly new, and furnished, close 5 to school, 100-foot lot $3500. 80 acres fine sugar beet land 60.00. 15 acre chicken ranch, all fenced with stock, fence; new T nouse, Darn, well, cmciten houses, fruit, 3 miles from Phoenix $5000. L. J. RICE, Mgr. Trust Dept. Union Bank. X XIMIIlHIIIMIHUIlllll Your Home Today KINNEY, t BONDS, r. ale IIll' i i 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 llllHltHIIMHH I HI 1 V