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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1908.
17 4. t I No More Sweet Music Ever emanated fro:n any Piano twice the price of tiio 'Vose." Any one intimately' acquainted with all the inner workings of the -Vose" must pronounce it the most perfect Piano manufactured. You may j;et cne vn the liltle-at-the-tune plan. Also remem ber our Piano tuner he knows how. REDEWILL'S Everytli: An Artistic Home Nothing can excel in artistic beauty a home furnished with Crafts man Furniture. THE BIDE-A-WEE MISSION FURNITURE COM PANY has furnished and is furnishing many of the most beautiful homes in this valley. Our facilities for turning out new and desirable designs in Oak or Soft Woods are greatly improved. None but care ful, painstaking craftsmen employed. If you are in need of a splen did MORRIS CHAIR, a comfortable LARGE ROCKER, an ELEGANT SIDE BOARD A GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK or a BEAUTIFUL MANTLE CLOCK A BOOK CASE A BUREAU, or CHIFFONIER OR PICTURES to decorate your home with, we have all these things and numerous others on hand READY TO DELIVER and can make : anything you want at short order. We cordially invite you to Inspect our stoc. ide Mission Furniture Co. 3-4 Mile North of The Crystal Cafe 34-36 West Adams St. Table X white help. The very best the market will afford. A First-Class Cafe. .Special Tabled3 Hote Dinner 35c I Crystal Cafe x x. BLEND, - 0 . ; ; GUARANTEED UNDER THE PURE F00P AND : . nmicc A r-T 1 1 I KJ c in" I Onfi lnww i . w w Full Quart Bottles Only . $1.00 Exceptional good value. Try it and you will use no other. Ftlelczer Bros. Co. Distributors. H, n "H"M'H-K"H"H 1 I I 1 I I H1 Some Land Is f Cheap But Good Land Is Scarce 64 acres 3 miles west of fair grounds; 40 acres In al falfa; orchard, good well of water, fenced and cross-fenced, good house; old title to water. Can be bought for $20 per acre, less than any of the surround ing land. Investigate this proposition. It will pay you. I The Rogers Auction Co. I T 24 West Jefferson St X Phone Red-207L 4MH II II I Mill II J VI I Alfalfa Hay, per ton S12.00 Oat Hay. per ton S 12.00 'Rolled Barley ........1.30 Bran '95j White Seed Oats $2.25 Texas Red Oats .' S2.25 Alfalfa Seed S11.00 A. WHARTON Phone Alain 224. 117 E. Jeff, St Home of ing Musical a- Wee East Lake Park. ! ! ! !! ! -M- I- 1 and Restaurant D'llote and A laCarte. Strictly and Restaurant . ww www Phoenix. Ariz. Frank J. O'Brien BROKER. Tucson. Branches In Phoenix and Nogales. Stocks, Bonds and Produce. Private Leased Wire to all Exchanges. R. D. HIGHTOWER, Manager. Phoenix Office. Phone Main 232. Hotel Adams. T GO TO ADAMS FANCY FRUIT t COMPANY And let Alexander Wallace, the I greatest fruit man In the coun try, tell you about the Lord Roberts beautiful baskets of mixed fruit our specialty. Moore & McLellan Undertakers and EmbeJmera. Lady Assistant West Adams Btreel Telephone Vain It!. H'rM"t"H"H-l'M"H"l"H"H4W SALT RIVER VALLEY REALTY H..H..M"M"i--H-H-H.i.H.i.l..H..H. . Continued from past 15.) and C, noting the activity of the mar ket and the ease with which the first sate was consummated, add $25 to the price they asked before A made his sale. Then, although no work of Im provement has been done in the mean while, some one comes along and pur chases part of B's ranch at the ' ad vance figure. C immediately raises his land to $100 an acre and sits back waiting for a purchaser. A, 'who still has some land left, follows Cs exam pie and puts his property at the same figure. While this error has a ten dency to correct itself by fewer sales and perhaps a slight reaction to nor mal prices the practice of raising prices at every sale of an adjoining piece of property would result eventu ally, if continued, in temporary stag nation. A healthy rise in the value of land depends not alone on the demand for it but on Improvements made since its purchase. Intrinsically land is not worth more today than it was when the reclamation project first became an assured fact. Of course it took some time for most people to grasp the situation and profit by it and thoyo who foresaw not only the pres ent development but the possibilities of the future were the ones who dou bled their money. Now that everyone can figure out for himself to some ex tent the value of desert land based on its known productiveness It would seem that the policy of some holders to raise their prices at every salo of neighboring land is a selfish one. which will be likely to retard the de velopment of the valley land. Among the out of town people who have come to Phoenix for the evpress purpose of Investing In valley prop erty are A. S. Paw, O. F. Gaertner and V. 1J. nuddrr of Redlands. They have been In the city for the past week and hiive finally located some orange land- south of the river which proved satisfactory. They are engaged in or ange raising at Riverside and have come to the conclusion that the Salt River valley Is the hvs-t place for or anges. J. O. Vaughan and D. O. Mc Inn(s of Geneva, Ala., have also Invest ed In valley property. They have pur chased a ranch In the neighborhood of Gk-ndale and will probably plant most of it in sugar beets. Both of them re turned to Alabama last night but will soon be back to start work on their new ranch. Beside the purchase of the Kellog rnnch which will be used for coloniza tion, some of the business done by the H. I. Latham company during . the week was the sale of an 80-acre ranch belonging to Henry S. George to Jacob Habecker for 110.000. This ranch is situated 34 miles north of Phoenix and east of the Black Canyon road. Mr. Habecker is already at work im proving the property. This sale Is a good illustration of the rise In values in ranch land which have gradually Increased ever since ' the Rfosevelt dam project was assured the valley of plenty of water. This ranch was purchased six months ago by Mr. George for t "500. Another transaction made by the Latham company was the sale of 10 acres of Improved land op posite the asylum. Menno Yaggey to Mr. Cowdrlck. The sale included a two-story brick house, consideration $3500. Two and a half acres on the Indian school car line were sold by William E. Thomas to Mr. Erickson for $1000. A house and lot on the Santa Fe tracks neur Third avenue was sold by Whltkader to Baker Eros., proprietor of the Ice plant. Con sidTation $1800. Twenty acres of orange land north of town was sold by the Latham company to W. S. Goldsworthy for $4000. o TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS. The following transcripts of the rec ords ef the offices of the district Clerk, theprobate court and the county re corder are furnished by the Arizona Abstract & Title Company. The records for yesterday were: RECORDER'S OFFICE. Frank Thompson and wife to Fred Stafford' and wife, deed to part lots 4. 5 and 6. block 25, Churchill Addition. Joseph W Fuller to Ike B. Wood, to lots 21 and 22. block 6, Collins Addition to Wickenburg. R. A. Craig to I. M. Davidson, deed to lot 10, block 5, Grand avenue ad dition. R. F. Carnett et al to H. B. Kersting. deed to lot 12, block 29, Churchill Ad dition. Andrew Johnston to J. H. Williams, deed to lots 4, 19, 20, 21. block 61, Col lins Addition. ' S. R. V. Townsite Co. to Isaac For cny. deed to lot 8, block 24, Glendale." Trustees Arizona Lodge 2 F. & A. M., to Mrs. Ellen Broadbrook, deed to graves 3 and 4, B lot, and block 9, sec tion 3, Greenwood. G. A. Goodwin and wife to M. L. Quinn, deed to lots 5 and 6, block 2, Goldman's Addition to Tempe. W. G. Lentz and wife to A. M. Pecka, deed to NB SW4 and EV4 NW14 SW4 section 15 IN IW. J. M. Ambrose and wife to H. B. Kersting. deed to lot 12, block 29, qhurchill Addition. Jos. C. Green to P. R. Helm, deed to Wtfc NW4 NE4 SW14 section 3 2N' 4E. Jos. C. Green to Mary M. Helm, deed to K XE14 NE14 SW section 30 2N 4E. Jos. C. Green to Thos. B. Lyon, deed to Wi4 E N NE4 SW section 30 2N 4E. W. A. Wood and wife toJ. K. Wood,, deed to SWi NEVJ section 33 IS 5W. Percy Wood to H. L. Ritter, deed to K NK section 33 IS 5W. J. K. Wood and wife to H. L. Ritter. deed to SY"V4 SE"4 section 28 IS 5W WVs NE4 section 33. O. C. Bullock and wife to United States, deed to 3A SW corner section , 13 IN 5E. Jas. W. Keith and wife to B. G. 1 Pecka. deed to lot 15. block 38, Collins Addition. Geo. M. Halm and wife to E. J. & K. S.Firek. deed to E SW 4 NE sec tion 1 2N IE. I Alice B. McKlnney, widow to Jennie Goddard, deed to lots 4 and 5, block 7. Neahrs Addition. i -Chas. J. McElroy to Adolph Lautz, - H..ii;l.;,,til;;,,..,.,,.,.i.,..;..j..H4 deed to undivided Interest in lot 8, block 6. Evergreen Addition. A. P. Gunter and wife to C. S. Blaine, deed to lots 4 and 5, block 20, Neahrs Addition. S. C. Wyncoop to F. O'Brien, deed to lots 33 and 34, HlgHland Addi tion. O. P. Moore and husband to J. A. Pitts, deed to E 75 ft. lot 4, block 3. Evergreen Addition. Valley Bank to Fred Kelly, deed to lot 10, block K, University Association. Juan M. Gonzalas and wife to H. A. Oberbeck, deed to 65 A in, SW14 sec tion 17 IN 4E. Porter Steele to H. I. Latham, deed to west 130 A SE14 section 4 IN 4K. o DECEMBER WEATHER FOR THIRTEEN YEARS The following data, covering a pe riod of thirteen years, has been com piled from the weather bureau records at Phoenix, Ariz., by Section Director Jesunofsky. It is issued to show the - iiiui (jictdueu, uurifiK t the month in question, for the above period of years, but must hot be Con- ' strued as a forecast of the weather j conditions for the coming month: Temperature. Mean degrees. or normal temperature, 52 The warmest month was that of 1906, with an average of 54 degrees. The coldest month was that , of 1S98, with an average of 49 degrees. The highest temperature was 80 de grees on December 6, 1901. Itie lowest temperature was 22 de grees on December 31, 19o0, The earliest "killing" frost occurred in autumn, November 9, 11897. Average date on which first "kill ing" frost occurred in autumn, De cember 6. Average date on which last "kill ing" frost occurred in spring, March 31. 1897. , ' 4U Precipitation (Rain or Melted Snow.) Average for the month, .57 Inches. Average number of days with .01 of an inch or more, 2. The greatest monthly precipitation was 2.59 Inches in 1906. The least montly precipitation was 0.00 inches in 1900 and 1901. The greatest amount of precipita tion recorded In any 24 consecutive hours was 1.12 Inches on December 9-10. 1898. The greatest amount of snowfall recorded In any 24-consecutive hours (record extending to winter of 1884 85 only) was trace on December 9-10, 1898. Relative Humidity. Average. 5:32 a. m., 60 per cent; average, 6:32 p. m., 33 per cent. Clouds and Weather. Average number of clear days, 21; partly cloudy days, 7; cloudy days, 3. Wind. The prevailing winds are from the east. The average hourly velocity of the wind is 3.6 miles. The highest velocity of the wind was 30 miles from the north on De cember 28, 1995. o NOTICE FOR BIDS. Sealed proposals and bids wi'.I 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 5 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, 1908. M. B. HAZELTON. H. D. ROSS. A. W. ROBINSON, Board of Trustees. NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING All stockholders of the Arizona Gold and Copper Hill Mining company are hereby notified that there will be a meeting of Stockholders of said com- Buy Orange We offer the exceptional bargain of thirty acres, whole or in ten acre . tracts, belonging to the Orange and Lemon Grove sub-division, each ten acre tract being a corner. $4000 for Thirty Acres This tract is in the most sheltered part of the Valley, about one and a half miles ' east of Mungers and within three hundred yards of the Cook and Ward Orange Groves. There is more demand for and will be greater advance in orange land than any other realty. It's Your Chance E, J. pany held at its office, 15 East Adams street, in the City of Phoenix. Arizona, on the 14th dav of December, 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, 1908. I Hill HUH I IH SH-H1H i Sugar Beets The Coming Crop of the Valley Every farmer should raise them. We are now ready to contract for this season's supply and will be glad to give any information regarding the raising of this I X j profitable crop. Our agents X will call on you soon. f Southwestern Sugar & Land Company H-j-W-H "H l ii ! M I M I I 'I I I I ! I List of Property for Sale. .Estate J. Ernest Walker, Bankrupt 320 acres. North of section 20, 3 north, 2 east. 40 acres. S.E. of S.E. of Sec. 33, 3 north, 1 east 80 acres. E. of the S.E. of Sec. 5, 3 north, 1 east. 16C acres. S.E. of Sec 2, 3 north. 1 east 26 4 acres. S.E. of Sec. 19. 1 north. 2 east. 106 2-3 acres, or undivided 1-3 In terest in W. Vt of Sec. 2, 1 north, 4 east. 53 1-3 acres, or undivided 1-3 In terest in N.W. of Sec. 14, 1 north," 1 east. 53 1-3 acres, or undivided 1-3 in terest in E. of N.W. H & N.E. of S.W. Vi of Sec. 17. 1 north, 1 east Buckeye Lands. 160 acres. S.W. of the N.W. & N.W. 14 of the S.W. 4 of Sec. 10, and the N.E. of the S.E. & the S.E. M of N.E. of Sec. 9, 1 south, 3 west. 160 acres. S.E. of Sec. 12, 1 south, 4 west 160 acres. N.E. of N.W. and N.W. of N.E. of Sec. 21, 1 south. 4 west Florence Land. 160 acres. NE. of Sec. 21, 5 ! south, of range 9. I City Property. Lots 28, 30, 32, 34, blk. D, Uni versity Add. Lot 34, Hooper's Sub-division. ' Lot 3. blk. 24, Churchill Add. Lots 10 and 12, blk. 3, Montgomery Add. iAt 5, blk. 3, Calderwood Add. Lots 3 and 4, blk. 9. Mont Add. Lots 8 and 9, blk. 20. Collins Add. Lots 7. 8, 9, 10. 11, blk. 3, Capitol Add. 75 feet off the east end of lot 10, blk. 3, Calderwood, and 95 feet off the south end of lot 2, blk. 9, Montgom ery Add. Personal Property at Office. 750 lbs. Hi Inch Manila rope, new. ' One frame 3 -room cottage at Iron Springs. One full set of extra fine surveying instruments, steel tape, 100 feet, and chain, pins, etc. One Oliver typewriter. One case of mineral specimens. Two brick wheelbarrows (new). 25 gallons mixed paints, mineral. One buggy pole. One grind stone. One 60-horse-power gasoline engine. Western manufacture. Two roll top desks. One bookkeeper's desk. One flat office table. All offers must be submitted In writing to F. H. ENSIGN, Trustee. Estatu J. Ernest Walker. I Bankrupt , Don't Land Wait Bennitt & Go. Massie & Sons Have just received a carload of new Iron Beds. They have beautiful Springs and Wire Cots. Nice Mattresses. Also a nice lot of new Dressers Just received. We have a new line of 'nice Ingrain Art Squares besides the 9x12 Ax minster Rugs in the Oriental design. Comforts, Blankets, Pillows, Mattresses for the bedroom. New goods arriving daily. 50 new Stand and 'Center Tables Just arrived. Buffetrf, Extension Tables. Come and try our Rockers; select one for your parlor. See the 5c and 10c counters. We will buy all your Second Hand 'Furniture. Bring us your old Carpenter Tools. MASSIE & SONS. 114 W.. Washington St Phone Main 257 H'.M-HH'.H-n 1'lil II II I 1 111- i Ten Dollars Reward will be paid for information . . that will lead to the recovery of a yellow buck board supposed to have been left In Phoenix about April 12th by H. C. Wal- T ter. Sword-end singletrees and T stick seat painted black; lazy- X back covered with white can vas. Edward Zeiger, Congress Junction, Arizona. .;, ;, H-i-H-H I i 'I I ! ! H-I-H-H-H- s-m h n 1 1 1 n i : HWH-M-r Dave Turner ! LANDSCAPE GARDENER. All kinds of work attended to. ) Leave orders at Phoenix Bakery. . -I-I' I l-l.-a- lilt l V I 'W-l-M-H-S-H- SALE. For one week only, new wood seat chairs, 75c and 85c Iron beds, full sized, $3.60. MORDEN'S BIG 2ND HAND STORE 41 E. Washiagton St DPOP YOUR MONEY ' into the purchase of a sack of Per fect flour and you'll get its value back again in better bread and more of it. Between two bass of flour there may be little or no difference In appearance. But use revals that one is far superior to the other. The Perfect flour always gains by com parison with other brands. Order a sack and see for yourself. VALLEY FLOUR MILLS. Ill WHIM! I I I I 1 I I 1 1 111' SECOND HAND MACHINERY 1 For Sale i T The following Machinery Is -for sale, in good condition: One General Electric Co. Mo- tor and Starting Box, 10 H. P. T One Dynamo, 8.5 KW., 125 y volts, 50 lights. T One General Electric Co. Mo- jj tor, 2 H. P., 110 volts. X One General Electric Co. Mo tor, 2 II. P., 600 Volts. Two Electric Meters. 4 , Two Switches. T Two Starting Boxes; they go with motors. T Also a quantity of Shafting, ' Pulleys, etc., may be seen at Republican office, or at the shop of ( I Kunz Bros- & Messinser h int i 'H '1 1 H i' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M i- SWIGERT BROS, 17 East Adams St. Phone Red 2641. If your eyes trouble you or you in need of glasses "that fit in every detail," see us. We court compari son in our goods, our prices, our methods, and our expert fitting. Hours: 9:30 to 12 and 1 to 4:30. Sundays or Evenings by appointment DR. L M. SWIGERT, Mgr. -l"H' H"H' I M M H"I I H"H I 'I H-I All Kinds of Real Chinese CURIOS and NOVELTIES CHINA DICK'S First St. and Madison. M..MHHI H....H"M"t' H-I-H-H-fr 11 11 I 111 I I I I I I I 1 1 1 I I I H ;: W. A. REYNOLDS :: Contractor and Builder:: Plans and specifications furn ished free on all work con tracted or superintended by him. Let me plan your bouse for you. SATISFACTION GUARAN TEED. Phone Black 2561. Residence, 1119 W. Fillmore St Office, Five Points. Phoenix. I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; 1 1 1 1 1 m- DAILY AT THE FORD GRILL Shell Oysters, Clams, Mussells, Lobsters, and the best Steer Loin Steaks, Spring Chicken, etc giuiiuuuuiuiiuuauiuuuniinnniniis s Indian Baskets and i v I s Blankets, Native Gems, Curios j ARIZONA SADDLERY CO. 45 N. Centtr, Phoenix MinMHMMiHUHiMNiiiniifiimmmnnnM AIRDOM E TONIGHT FEATURE PICTURES AND FULL ORCHESTRA. MONDAY NIGHT. THE NEWMANS SONG AND DANCE ARTISTS. Clinton Campbell GENERAL CONTRACTOR Residence Telephone S57 N. Fourth Ave. Main 177 FASHION BARBER SHOP. Go to the Fashion Barber Shop when visiting city. Lewis & Noble. Props.. 43 W. Washington St., for a neat hair cut. shave, plain bath, salt rub. alcohol rub. body massage, electric body massage, by Masseur John E. fewta. THE PALACE Saloon, Pool and Billiards. Budwelser on draught. Old Crow, Mayfleld and Guckenhelmer Rye Whiskies sold ever the bar. JOHN P. BODET. Prop. GILLETTE The Tailor Carries the Largest Stock of Goods In Arizona. 17 W. ADAMS ST. RANCHERS If you use Cedar, Redwood or Cottonwood Posts, dip them in Asphalt For particulars apply XL to Frenciiy, the Cement Man Box 192. Phone Main 249. i i MOHN & DRISCCLL FUNERAL DIRECTORS THE READING STANDARD. MOTORCYCLE WON THE $50.00 CUP AT THE TERRITORIAL FAIR, Nov. 11th. They are America's best MOTORCYCLE. Winton & Cadillac Automobiles, have proven to b? America'-; best. ARIZONA MOTOR CO. rhone Red 8532. 31 fc 1st Ae. t