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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, DEEMRER 1, 1J)08.
11 ; Dreaded Insanity Due to Kidney Disorders Symptoms and Home Treatment v .aut. the cclebr 4. specialist, asserts laut, the celebrated tlernian that seven- teutlis of the feeble-minded ami insane are the victims of kidne diseases. Nervousness. excitability restlessness, melancholia, pains in the back and head, neuralgia and rheumatic pains, fevers, chills, scanty urine, highly col ored and acid urine, burning pains, fullness and soreness in the region of the bladder, all indicate that the kidneys are affected and weakened, needing tonic treatment. The very best physician should be consulted at once, un less the patient fully recognizes the symptoms, in which case let the following simple, inexpen sive, but reliable prescription be used for several weeks. Ask any honest druggist to mix one-half ounce fluid ex tract Huchu. with one ounce compound fluid Balinwort , a ,a, apa- two ounces compound Sarsa rilla. Then take a teaspoonful after each meal and one at re tiring, drinking plenty of giKid, pure water between meals. This mixture makes a splendid tonic and Mood purifier. 3: FOR SALE 40 acres, all In alfalfa; $123 per acre. ItiO acres, good stand of alfalfa, house, windmill, tank, etc., barn, shade: $100 per acre. Good orange, beet, alfalfa or truck lands in small or large tracts. Good terms. TaylopBerryman Company Next Door to Post Office. -H-H-H-:-:-H":-H-H-H-I-H-K" Sugar Beets The Coming Crop of the Valley 5- t X t X Every farmer should raise them. We are now ready to contract for this season's supply and will i . be glad to give any information j regarding the raising of this profitable crop. Our agents will call on you soon. I Southwestern Sugar & f Land Company I 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. Good Laundry MUST BE SOLD Situated at Mesa, includes one acre ground and brick building; 8 -horsepower engine, good boil er, and new washer, wringer and ironer, an up-to-date laun dry. , I.H.KIPP&C0. 45 South Center Street Phone Main 128. I it Every Man who returns to the Salt River . . valley tells us he can find X nothing in the west equal to it. Then why wait? Get in now T ! ! and take the benefit of the In- j, evi table rise in value. Here i I are some chances that won't X keep long: 6-room brick house with i three lots and all modern 1m- J T provc-ments near the capitol 8-room brick, all modern, nearly new, and furnished, close to school, 100-foot lot $3500. SO acres fine sugar beet land 60.00. t t 15 acre chicken ranch, all fenced with stock fence; new house, barn, well, chicken T houses, fruit, 3 miles from X Phoenix $5000. I L. J. RICE, Mgr. Trust Dept. Union Bank. X "M 1111111 11 I 1 1 1 1 1 I 'M- NEW DRILLING PLANT FOR SUGAR FACTORY $ It Was Shipped From Los Angeles j.! Yesterday. Expert Crew Coming. !. 13. Kane, assistant manager of the outhwestem Sugar and Iand t'ura- ny received word last night that E. H. Rose, superintendent of the --company's water interests, yesterday ship ped from Los Angeles a first class well drilling outfit. He will follow, prob ably in the next train with as fine a V j crew of drillers r.s can be secured in 4. Southern California, to oerate the new ! machinery. J I The company proposes to have a 4. 'supply of water that can by no possi X 1 bility run short at a critical time in ?! sugar making and to that end will de ? j velop a supply that will doubtless far j ! exceed its actual necessities. It is con- X'strued to be the cheapest kind of in 'surance against failure, and therefore j money well invested. 3. A letter from R. P. lavie, general I manager of the company, locates him 4 I in New York where he is devoting him- j sen 10 nnam iui main-i tun mi; rm u Itime as he is not busy dodging trolley I .,-,,1 ,...rfiil..n The work of securing contracts for planting beets is going along nicely and the company has every assurance that there will be an ample acreage. It is striving to secure as much as possible however, desiring the same insurance on beets that it will provide itself on water. 0 EXAMINATION TODAY OF IS. STEINHEIL Precautions Have Ben Taken Against Possible Demonstrations. Paris. N'ov. 3. The investigation of the Steinheil case did not make any great advance todav. M. Andre, the examining magistrate, heard only a LOOK! Two lots on Jefferson street, east of the capitol, only $300. One lot with fine, large trees for $250. These are both snaps and will not last long. FINEST Building lot on North Center street (3 acres) ot $750 per acre. RANCHES and all kinds of city property FOR SALE and money to loan by E. A. Spaulding Real Estate, Loans Investments 1" V. Adams St. Opposite new Valley Bank Building. MUM II I IHIIM IHtHMM $1,000 BUYS 2 LOTS AND A GOOD HOUSE IN GLENDALE IF TAKEN SOON. I Marshall. Kay & Go. 9 west AQum BL I I I I t I I I I I I I I M t I I 1. 1 l I 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 $100 down and balance like rent A. R. TAYLOR, Owl Drug Store. 'I 1 1 I I 1 Mil 'I MlHl HI III I I I i For Sale f II lieautiful suburban home. G'Hid house, five acres of land; fine place and very cheap at SGoOO J. L. IRVIN Real Estate, Insurance, Rentals. No. 11 North First Ave. i"i 1 1 1 1 ? 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 i 1 1 : FOR SALE 40 acres of orange land on Central avenue at $30 -per acre. 120 acres Glendale loess, all fenced and cross-fenced; 65 acres in alfalfa; 3-room house, nice young on-hard, good water right. Price $85 per acre. Also a large list cf city prop- . , erty for sale. 3 furnished rooms for light 1 1 housekeeping, close in, for rent I Greene & Ritter i Real Estate & Mining Brokers. T Cor. of Center and Adams St Phone Red 3301. 1 M' l-l' M-t ! I I I' ! I' I ! M"M' I ! ! liixipjoemia Cleanses tKo System Ef f ect ually.Dispels Colas andHead aches duo to Constipation; Acts naturally, acts truly as n Laxative. Best forMenomprt ana Cnila- rrn -yountfnnd Io et its Ipnpficial Effects Always buy tKe Genuine which ias the full name of The Lom- 1 pany CALIFORNIA po Syrup Co. by whom it u manufactured, printed on the front of every package. SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS, one size on), regular price 50 pr bottle. few secondary witnesses. The most important results are ex;cctcd from a lengthy examination of Mine. Steinheil which has been fixed for tomorrow and then the magistrate will decide from the evidence whether a "reconstruc tion" of crime in the presence of Mme. Steinheil will be necessary. Extraordinary precautions are" being taken in view of a possible . hostile demonstration tomorrow. Mme. 'Stein heil will be brought to court at an early hour and will be kept hence forth in the conciergerie. It is announced tonight that Mme. Steinheil's counsel, M. Aubin, will re tire from the case. The reason given for this is that he took it up prior to the criminal indictment but that he now prefers to turn it over to a special assize court advocate, as he is not versed in that class of work. GATHERING THE DEAD One Hundred and Ten Bodies Have So Far Been Removed. Pittsburg, N'ov. 30. The iron bucket operated in the 500-foot shaft leading to the Rachel and Agnes mines of the Pittsburg-Buffalo Coal company at Mariana. Pa., since last Saturday when the terrific explosion wrecked the up-to-date elevator and snuffed out the lives of at least 120 miliars, had carried to the surface when dark ness fell tonight, the bruised and mangled remains of more than 100 victims. The most reliable count of the 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. SO acres. E. of the S.E. 4 of Sec. 5, 3 north, 1 east. 160 acres. S.E. of Sec. 2, 3 north, 1 east. 26 Vi acres. S.E. of Sec. 19, 1 north, 2 east. 106 2-3 acres, or undivided 1-3 In terest In W. Vi of Sec. 2, 1 north, 4 east. 53 1-3 acres, or undivided 1-3 In terest In N.W. Vi of Sec. 14, 1 north, 1 cast. . 3.S 1-3 acres, or undivided 1-3 In terest in E. V of N.W. V & N.E. 'i of S.W. Vi of Sec. 17. 1 north, 1 cast Buckeye Lands. 160 acres. S.W. Vi of the N.W. & N.W. Vi of the S.W. Vi of Sec. 10, and the N.E. 'i of the S.E. Vi & the S.E. Vi of N.E. Vi of Sec. 9, 1 south, 3 west. 160 acres. S.E. Vi of Sec. 12, 1 south, 4 west. 160 acres. N.E. Vi of N.W. Vi and N.W. Vi of N.E. Vi of Sec. 21, 1 south, 4 west. Florence Land. 160 acres. NE. Vi of Sec. 21, 5 south, of range 9. City Property. Lots 2S. 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. Lot 5. blk. 3, Calderwood Add. Lots 3 and 4, blk. 9, Mont. Add. Lots 8 and 9. blk. 20, Collins Add. I)ts 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. IV2 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. fine Oliver typewriter. One case of mineral specimens. Two brick wheelbarrows (new). 25 gallons mixed paints, mineral. One buggy pole. One grind stone. Ono 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. II. ENSIGN, Trustee, Estate J. Ernest Walker, Bankrupt. For Rent ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSE KEEPING. 2 rooms and screen room, electric lights, gas range, free water. Rent, $18.00. 2 rooms, bath, electric lights, gas range, wood stove, free water. Rent, $22.00. 3 rooms, bath, electric lights, gas range, sink in house, free water. Rent, $22.00. COLE BROTHERS 210 W. Wash. St. Phone DIk. 26S1. bodies recovered at that time was 110, two-thirds of which had been identi fied. The general belief was that not many more would be found and that by noon tomorrow nearly all the victims would have been brought to the surface. James E. Roderick, head of the state departmetn of mining, came to Pittsburg tonight to Inves tigate and fix the responsibility for the accident. ADDITIONAL CAMPAIGN AGAINST FRANK GOULD His Wife is as Considerate as Possible Toward the Co-respondents. New York, Nov. 30. When argu ments as to the filing of the amended complaint of Helen Kelly Gould against Frank J. Gould, in her case for a divorce, were heard before Justice Seabury today, the attorneys for Mrs. Gould declined to give the names of several alleged co-respondents, her at torney, Herbert Smythe, saying that the defendant was trying to obtain all the publicity possible In the case, which was just what the plaintiff wife did not want. Clauses were read describing the persons as co-respondents, and giving the places where the acts complained of bv Mrs. Gould are alleged to have een committed. One of these was North Sydney and Paris was another. In Paris, adjoining or connecting rooms were alleged to have been oc cupied by "Miss Blank" and defendant. The decision in the matter was re served WHAT TONICS ARE. When the papers are full, of ad vertisement for this t or that great tonic, people are apt to be tempted to try them, but it does not take long to discover that after all there lit nothing eo.ua! to Sexine Pills for any form of nerve weakness in men and women. We seldom find any body who can say he or she was cured by this or that wine, extract or liquor, but almost any one can testify to the great nerve and body building qualities of Sexine Pills. Sexine Pills are absolutely guaran teed. Each box has a cash coupon In it. ' They cost $1 a box, 6 boxes for $5. Four months' treatment for Sold by Elvey & Hulett RURAL LIFE DISTASTEFUL TD The Country Life Commission Hears Some Reasons Why. Sacramento, Nov. 30. There was aI large attendance of men and women, mostly rurallsts, at the meetings of the commission on country life ap pointed by President Roosevelt now making investigations in the coast states. Farm and country life and all its phases were widely discussed by the !;; H""I"M"H"' I' M' I-M-M "l-M "I 1 - Why Not Build Yonr Home Today 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 wish 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. KINNEY, FIRE INSURANCE. 35 E. Adams St., Phoenix, RENTALS. Ariz. 4-MX 'M .M- E'M'I'I 1 1 'H "I AVOID SURE The recent financial panic brought to light many good illustrations of the possibility of being ruined by a "sure thing." .Scores of people lost their money on what they were led to believe wece perfectly solid investments that were "sure to win." There are vast multitudes of people living in poverty; many of them homeless and even without the ordinary necessities of life, just because they could not resist the temptation to gamble, to risk enough to make them comfortable in some get-rich-quick scheme, which they 'were told was a "sure thing," Put your savings into Phoenix real estate. It is no gamble. It Is a legitimate, profitable investment We offer today: COUNTRY PROPERTY An SO-acre ranch, about 50 acres In alfalfa and 30 being put in grain. A fine piece of land. Small young orchard. A 3-room porta i ble house. Will sell 40 acres of this land. Price, per acre 125 Another fine 80-acre ranch of which about 70 acres are in alfalfa and 10 acres In grain; fenced and cross-fenced; orchard and vine yard; 5-room frame house. A very good buy. Ter acre SX50 10-acre tract, all in cultivation. Fine berry and small fruit ranch. Water every 4 days. A choice piece of land cheap, at, per acre 150 9 acres, with small house on it, close to the Indian school. Will sell 4V4 acres. A snap at, per acre i S223 CITY PROPERTY A beautiful residence, on acre of ground, 7 rooms, modern, nice barn and stable, lots of shade and fruit. A bargain. $1500 cash; the balance to suit the purchaser. Price S3900 Good 5-room frame cottage-on about 2Vs acres of ground, nearly all in fruit Certainly a big bargain for somebody. $1200 cash, bal ance in 3 annual payments. Price S3200 A nice 6-room cottage on W. Monroe street. Must be sold as own- pr is leaving city. 80x140 feet of bath, electric lights, etc. Half cash. Your Money Back If Any thing We Sell Yon Is Not as We Rep resent It. RENTING 0VCK ERDMAfls !EAi ESTATE 1 1 26 N.IS PHOENIX VALLEY LANDS -H-H-i--5 - PILES Cured Quickly Without Pain, Great Cost, Operation or Trouble in the Secrecy of Your Own Home. Trial Package by Mail, Free. Every druggist carries Pyramid Pile Cure in stock. Why? Because pile sufferers buy it in such quantities that the druggist Is compelled to sup ply the demand, or lose this class of patronage. These little cones perform their du ties so quickly as to be almost an over night relief or cure. Testimonials unsolicited come to us daily of the great success Pyramid Pile Cure -is making. Cases of ten and fifteen years have been cured after a short time by these little healers. No worry is necessary, the dread of pain and hospital and oerating table Is removed. Ion't be skeptical, buy a box at once, and give yourself relief. It will not take months to prove their value. One or two applications is all the proof you will need. Any druggist, anywhere, will sup ply you, or if you prefer; send us fifty cents and we will send you a box by mail or in plain wrapper, or send us your name and address and we will send you a trial package, by mail free. Address Pyramid Drug Co., 152 Pyramid Bldg.. Marshall, Mich. commissioners and farmers. The dis cission developed an inquiry into the question as to the reason why farm life in California has so many sides that are distasteful both to the farmer and people who work for him. encour aging a desire for the city with Its ex citement and greater comforts. Long hours of work, lack of school facilities, little if any social life, dearth of competent help and poor prices for products were some of the reasonr given why farm life is dis tasteful. WEATHER TODAY. Washington. Nov. .10 Weather fore cast for Arizona: . Fair Tuesday and Wednesday. "I 1 Ml HI I 1 I' 1 1 II MM I III f Let Us Show You f an Investment of S2.000.00 T which will more than double X It each year for the next five years. Tours for business. I The Arizona Land Co. I MESA, ARIZONA. Mill M HIH l MH1I1III K - - 4 BONDS. !"!: I I I t I I M I 'H-H"M"M"M"M' THINGS ! ground; lots of shade; house has For a few days only S2300 LOANS Your Money Back if Any thing We Sell You is Not as We Rep resent It. rum iT KVESTMEKT CO, ST. INSURANCE 'H - - - H - H' H f WE GUARANTEE 10 PER CENT 1 YEAR ON ANY RANCH LAND Live While You Live If you like a nice home, where you get the conveniences and comforts that help to make life worth living, and where art and beauty are not forgotten, you had, better see the little home we have to show you just completed, with 5 rooms and bath, porch front, side and back, nice 3hade and yard, on car line. This is no "Cheap John" proposition, but a nice little home worth every cent asked for it. THE H. I. LATHAM GO. Real Estate, Insurance, Loans, Rentals. Hotel Adams Block. Phone Main 220. WHEN YOU'VE SEEN EVERYTHING OTHERS HAVE TO SHOW VAI I Paiif m t- .... -. .. ,, i ww, wwmc 1 U oca uj. i. BY COMING -M-H- NATIONAL WOOL WAREHOUSE. Sheridan, Nov. 3D. The executive committee of the Wool Growers asso ciation was present todav at a meet ing held here when ?25,iwo ard two million and a half pounds of wool were subscribed toward the national wool warehouse proposition. HARVARD'S FOOTBALL CAPTAIN. Cambridge. Nov. 30. Hamilton Fish, Jr., of New York, a member of the class of 1910, was unanimously elected today captain of the Harvard football team for the next year. Fish has played right tackle on the varsity eleven for two years. "Harry Brown says he began the day just right he started in with Fol ger's Golden Gate Coffee which had been ground fresh that morning. 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. 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. 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 624 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. INCREASE IN VALUES IN ONE WE SELL YOU THIS WINTER. BUI YOU'LL SAVE TIME TO lift FIRST j, ; ,H ? An Exceptional Oppor- tunity to MAKE MONEY Creamery and Cold Storage Plant for Sale. See Us at Once. . The Elliot Evans Co- REAL ESTATE CO. 15 E. Adams St. Phone Black 2421. Land Benniti & Co. ale wiui : in 1 it in "M- Don't Wait assBSBaaiasaasBsaai