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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING," FEBRUARY 13, 1909.
11 1 4.inll,;l,;li,:l,iM,I,,HMl,int,,i,t,.ililtHI''li'l"tl'I'I'i t..;..l...l.i....i....r.M-lii-l"l"t'n''l"I"t1"H'-H-'-'ltiit p 7. Ml r7 FORESIGHT Investing In some of our snaps that we offer here both in orange, alfalfa property. 8 ACRES of fine orange land with some young orange trees. "00 or 800 bearing peach trees, 4 room house, palm trees, finest kind of shade. Kegular water and all fenced. 40 acres of fine orange land at $135 per acre with full regu lar water rights strictly in the orange belt. Headquarters for Washington and Idaho. For Sale 50 PER ACRE! SO acres of line land. Easy terms and one of the best BARGAINS in the valley. This, however. Is not all we have. See us about this and others. Country and city. Costley & Thompson's Real Estate Exchange THE HUSTLERS. 45 W. Adasm. Notary Public. ifBEA'HWIiWflW1 UTtfiTK A BARGAIN 30-acre ranch only miles from the city, on" one of the main roads. Owner -wants to go away and will sell cheap. Come and let me tell you about it. I.H.KIPP&C0. 45 S. Center St. Phone Main 128. i 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 miiiMHt THE TOP Is not yet in sight. Don't wait to buy until we reach it. Look at these bargains, and then figure out from the past where they will be quoted a year from now: 40 acres all In alfalfa 1 1-2 miles northeast; $200 per acre. 10 acres one mile east, all in alfalfa, for JSOO per acre. 5, 10 and 20 acres, one mile northeast, all in alfalfa, $400 per acre. " 240 acres of finest soil suit able for oranges; $50 per acre. 160 acres all in alfalfa, finest of soil, house, well, wind mill and tank, four miles from town, $165 per acre. 20 acre tracts of orange soil, all in grain, for $125 per acre. 22 acre chicken ranch, all in alfalfa, three and one-half miles from town; good house, finest soil, northeast; $5,250. '5 feet southeast corner Churchill addition, for $900. Money to loan in any sums. L. J. RICE, Mg'r. Trut Dopartment Union Bank. him 1 "iii m 11 ml 1 liVi 1 11 1 A Garden Snap 23 acres of fine garden land, with abundance of water, locat ed adjoining : canal, protected from frosts by a bluff 50 feet. Good frame house, and all un der fences Terms;, price per. acre 8125 10 acres, small house, fenced' with Page fence; orange or truck land. Terms. 40 acres, with share of Mesa water, fenced, and under culti vation, 3 miles from 'Mesa. Price -$3730 We have a number of 6 and 10 acre tracts, on easy terms. Some lots left in the Vineyard Place. Money to Loan. I PomeropGnthrie Realty $ Company Oldest Realty Company In City. T Mesa, Ariz. Box 247. I Hindsight or Foresight . : . WHICH ARE YOU USING? ; HINDSIGHT Property-! that you did not buy and that has now gone two or three times the value that . you could have purchased it for. and city It's The Soil" ORANGE GROVE with 19 acres of bearing oranges, 10 acres of land ready to plant trees. Reg ular water, house, barn, wind mill, etc One of the best snaps In the valley. We are in a position to handle it at a close figure. i Southwestern Realty Company Successor to TAYLOR-BERRYMAN COMPANY, Next Door to P. O. Phone Main 280. , For your spectacles, eyo-glasses and 'other optical goods see Dr. Swigert, 17 jE. Adams st. Phone Red 2641. Bring your repair work to us. i men. lIIIWlW4'M"l"M"l"'l''!'l't"tll"l For Sale New 4 -room modern cottage, 4. with bath, and 5 acres of land T in alfalfa, not far from cur line. Price S2350-ai; caih, bal- J. ance monthly. Barry C. Thomas i End of Indian car line Phone County 19. t 4. H .i ,.,hi t t I H I I M..M..l..M..M..Mi ! T i 1 'M 1' It "1 C i 9 t 'H 1 1 A ... j. I 160 ACRES ! Highly Improved 2M miles from town. , Fine modern brick house, ' ' large orchard. , i A splendid income earner and T delightful country home. Price I T $150 per acre.- i J. L. IRVIN I t 11 N. 1st Are. : iimtmiimi w null' A fine 10-acre ranch, all In alfalfa and grain; close in; $25 per acre below market value. Owner must sell at once. 40-ncre dairy ranch, with 40 or more cattle and horses. A good chance to start making money at once. See A. R. TAYLOR . 7 West Adams. Mr. Investor Here IS something crood. Five brick houses close in rent now at over $70.00 per month and rentals can easily be increased 25, per cent. Non-resident owner must sell. Let me show you this. Price $7500 $350 will buy -50-foot corner, block north of Capitol building. : 1000 to $8000 to loan on good real estate se curity. I have twenty lots in the 'growing northeast part of the city at a price that will make you money. W.M.Fickas Real Estate, Loans, Surety Bonds and Insurance. 19 N. First Ave. SPECIALS ' Some choice building lots for sale cheaper than adjoining prop erty. I want your bid on some lots in ColUns Addition. I have several nice trading propositions. Houses for sale on small payment down. Ranch property in large and small racts. ' Small tracts for nice homes. i r i m mm rri? WE ARE THE PEOPLES AGENTS Look your mail over in ; our office. I PcrsoneJ Mention ? Guests at the Hotel Adams: .' A. D. Moran, Boston; Mr. and Mrs. L. Man heimer, Blnghamton; E. L. Dial, San Francisco; J. A. McHenry. New York; Mrs. C. U. Hotchkiss, Chicago; M. J. Egan, Clifton; II. Fris, El Paso; J. H. Gill, Orange, N. J.; C. E. Fisher, Los Angeles; P, Spencer, Kansas City; j. M Parker, Colorado Springs; " F. V. Dingman, New York; J. Whelan, New York; F. Hokisted, Los Angeles: T. C Fink, Providence, R. I.; X. N. Metcalf and wife. Austin, Pa. At the Ford: S. Marcus, Hamilton, Ohio; E. T. Barnes. Long Beach; H. L. Deem, Pittsburg. Pa.; L. D. Hall, Pres cott: J. S. Bonter, Montreal; H. L. Fisher, Prescott. At the Commercial: W. R. Crippen, Denver;. W.. C. ,Ewing,., CinteiiJt.E, Rowe, city. . ; Leaders in '- i Their Line 20-ACRE RANCH i I .full water rigiit pro- I t rata, 4-room frame 1 f house, splendid loca I tion. Special price $3,150.00 40-ACRE RANCH 2 miles out, plenty of water, 7 acres in sugar beets. 15 in wheat. HI health, has caused the owner to offer this at - . $4,000.00 . Arizona Land Co. f Mesa City Bank Bldg. Mesa, Ariz. "H I I I I I I l1 1 1 1 rrlt Ml 1M A Snap - 10 acres of garden land, 4 miles from- town, $1300; well improved. 40 acres 6 miles, from town,, well improved; . $70.00 per 'acre. 160 acres; 80 acres in alfalfa, balance , in , grain; $63.00 per, acre. ', SAlso a good list of houses for rent. Come in and see what we have got. : y " ' ;! Greene & Company j! " Real Estate 4. Mining Brokers. ng Phone I?lack 9191. 37 W. Adams !St, Phoenix, Ariz. I I 37 N. CENTER ST. SALT RIVER VALLEY NEWS (Continued from Page 7.) some milk cows down to, the ranch on Friday. . . i The family of W- C. Stump attended church in Phoenix Saturday; and was accompanied home by a friend, who vialted over Sunday. Among those visiting'' Phoenix from this' .neighborhood Saturday were Ed Barnes, W. List, Boman Dill, Shell Mo sier. John Shawver, John DoyH L. D. Itousseau, Mrs. Kill and children, Mr. and Mrs. Tompklnson and daughters. Miss Katie Bone visited Sunday with Miss .Maggie Doyle. The end of the fifth month's work In -the -Cartwright school marked a good general report L ! for both rooms. In the upper room the pupils who have been' neither absent nor late were: Hebecca Brooks, Walter Brown, Hulda Brown, Kyle Barnes, Finnls Barnes, Ora Clay, Mary Doyle, Otto Glassbrenner, Evelyn Gardner, Fred die Kile, Carrie Kile, Mae List, Blanch List. Beulah Mosier, Alice Mosier, Ha zel Tompkins, Alfred Vinson. Manly Stump was tardy but not absent dur ing the month. There were eighteen pupils In each room who were present every day during the month. Those in Miss Morgan"s room who were neither absent nor tardy were Chloren Shiflet, Walter Barnes, Lester List, Walter Bright, Hughie Bone, Btokeley Vinson, Lloyd Price,- Harold Mosier, Kstella Glassbrenner, . Ollle Brooks, Myrtle Ferrell, Allen Cartwright, Os car Price, Austin Price, Hermon Asher, George Bright, Jesse Stump, Robert Stump. The following are the names of those who rank first, second and third in each grade:' First grade 1, Robert Stump; 2, Floyd Mosier; 3, Norman Ferrell. Second grades 1, Os car Price: 2, Una McClure; 3,' Emma Glassbrenner.- Third grade l; Harold Mosier; ' 2, 'Marguerite Brooks; 3, Hughio Bone. Fourth grade L Chlor en Shiflet; 2, Frances Green; -3, Wal ter Barnes. Fifth grade 1, Alfred Vin son; 2, Rebecca Brooks; 3, HuWa Brown. Sixth grade Beulah Mosier; 2. Alice Mosier; 3, Walter BroWn. Sev enth grade 1, Blanche List; 2, Mary Doyle; 3, Roy Clay. Eighth grade 1, Manly Stump; 2, Mabel Green; 3, Delia Asher. The average attendance of the school for the month was 57. On Thursday afternoon a Lincoln's birthday exercise was rendered by the school. Prof. Riggin's pupils gave par agraphs, from Lincoln's speeches and some of the national hymns, while he smaller pupils. thoseo Miss Morgan's room, garre recitations. '. Rev,; P. D. Gardner 1 gave- a afcort talk to the school about Lincoln? After the pro gram ths children had a Valentine box. Which they enjoyed very much. The visitors present werei Mrs. C. T- Root and daughter Jeannette, Mrs. ;Mosier. Mrs. Doylo and son Walter, Rev. P. D. Gardner, S. f.- McGtnre and-son Clif, Leola Brooks.' VTherU wua not a large number of parents .'-pTjjsejir, owing to the. fact that the-jiume Mission So ciety met at the same hour. Mrs. Rice, who has-ibeen 111 for some time, .passed awas .' Tuesday. The fVineraV services were conducted t the Rice residence by Rev. R. C. Douglas pn Wednesday at 1Q:30 a. m. , Inter ment was made in (Greenwood ceme tery. A large number of friends from this place attended' the funeral. Mrs. Rice had lived for many years in' this part of the. valley "ah'd was widely known an&'ioved b'y'kll who knew her. She leaves a husband and family of children to mourn her loss, together with a host of friend. Her young est child Is a babe of eighteen 'months. C. T. Root marketed some fat hogs Tuesday. . Henry Ware was a business visitor in Cartwright Thursday. Charles Root has -a bunch of J. A R. Irvine's cattle on pasture since Wednesday. , J. G. Brooks has found a new use for the baby carriage. Yesterday while his wife and baby were at church he took the baby carriage down in the pasture to bring up a young calf. As long as the calf was riding the ven ture was successful, but when the corral was reached and Mr. Brooks went to help the calf out the young beast objected and kicked in sueh a beastly way that the baby carriage was broken. jl,.Hl,.H..t,.t,.Il.,.ll.H;...,.,i,.t,iinH"l"H-f - RURAL ROUTE NO. 4. a- -i a- a 1 1 it i 1 1 i......i....i..n..i..r FOWLER. Mr. and Mrs. 'Arch Fitzhugh were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coleman. , i Mrs. M. B. Brooks visited Mrs. Har ry Palmer Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Horton and children spent the day last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Horton In the-west end neighbor hood. Harry and Wesley Miller visited on Sunday with their, parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Miller. Henry Irving is here from California, the guest of his brother, Jerry Irving. Miss Dorothy Haynes is .suffering from a severe attack of chicken pox this week. ' Dr. Rosenberry, who came heie from Chicago some time ago to visit Ms nephew,. Mr: Walton, has gone to Je rome," ' w-hert ' he wi'l probably locate and continue hl practice of medicine. Bob Wof ford, whose foot was badly cut last week. Is improving upon the injured member. ' . - . ' Mr. and Mrs. Lew Graham and Miss Nellie Elliott drove to Phoenix Sun day morning to attend church. ' The protracted meeting which was being . conducted by Brother Smith, closed Tuesday night. There were- sev eral conversions . and three persons united with the church Sunday. The church was well pleased with Brother Smith's efforts and called him to take charge of the work at this place per-, manently. He accepted the call and will fill the pulpit Sunday morning and Sun'day evening. There will also be a meeting of the B. Y. P. U. Sunday evening. Mr. Smith's family Is now in New Mexico, but he will leave the first of next week to bring them to Phoenix. In the meantime the par sonage is being renovated in prepara tion for their coming. The house is being papered, painted and partly fur nished. George Kay's mother, who has been visiting with him and his family for the past week, returned to her home in Phoenix Thursday. . v. , Mrs. Horton had her dairy herd de horned Tuesday.-- The work was done by Harry Miller. ' .Mrs. Charles Cartwright of - Cart wright called on friends in Fowler on Tuesday. . ; .t ' Charles Olmstead made a business trip to Phoenix Wednesday.; .- Olive Brownsberger came out home Thursday evening. Friday being a hol iday she was free from her school duties at Lamaon. Mr. and Mrs. John Phelps of Cart wright were guests at dinner Wednes day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bright. M. B. Brooks is Improving the ap pearance of his place greatly by hav ing the brush cleaned off the north side of the ranch along the canal. He Is also having redwood boxes put in all the irrigating ditches on the ranch. Little Emmett Cartwright suffered the loss of two of his fingers last week. His father, Elmer Cartwright, was chopping kindling and the baby quickly reached pver his shoulder and caught the wood just as the hatchet came down. The Tover boys are busily engaged in plowing up the northeast field of the place they recently purchased of Mr; Kohl and sowing grain on it. They are also disking grain on the rest of the place. Henrietta Brooks spent Wednesday night with Elizabeth Ivy. " Miss Minnie Slosser is sewing this week for Mrs. Quin Faulkner. . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vlncll came out from Phoenix Sunday to visit Mrs. L. C. Haynes, Mr. Vlncil's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Marlar of Phoenix, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Bright and family and Mrs. Connell were guests Sun day of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Brooks. The occasion was the celebration of the birthdays of Mrs. Connell, Mr. Marler and Mr. Bright, all of which came on the following day. Harry Palmer is building a lawn swing under the cottonwoods sur rounding his house. T. Kohl is visiting his father, Henry Kohl. The Belknap baler is again in' the neighborhood. At present they are baling for George Kay. Gladys Kohl of Isaac visited In Fow ler neighborhood Wednesday. ' M. B. Brooks was a Phoenix visitor Wednesday. - Vera Nation was the guest of Chris sie Elliott Friday night. Mrs. Allen spent the day Friday with Mrs.. Graham. . Mrs. Ivy visited Mrs. Tompkins and Mrs. Stump In Cartwright Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Walton have gone to Buckeye to look for a location. When the deal was made whereby the place they are on changed hands it was un derstood that they were to stay, on t,he place until October. - But the re cent purchaser, has : decided to take possession at once, so that Mr. Walton is obliged to move. The Rev. Mr. Smith . accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harris to Phoenix Wednesday and remained to spend the night with Mr. Ellison.. . ' . George Kay has engaged 'the Sapp boys to do some plowing for him. They began work Thursday morning. Frank Bryant Is making quite an Improvement on the J. A. Riggins ranch, which he has rented. The sandy soil of the . lower field, which was rough and high,-is yielding readily to his efforts and will soon show a level field of waving grain. Lat Friday being Arbor day was was celebrated in a fitting manner by the school. While Miss Le Baron and the girls cleaned the yard the boys and Mr. Cutting put out Cottonwood trees, fig trees and grapes. RIVERSIDE-MESQUITE. RIverside-Mesquite, Feb. 12. Lin coln's birthday was observed by one and all. f W. M. Doggett purchased several new cows last Monday. . Mr. and Mrs. Walton and daughter spent Monday and Tuesday at Buck eye. Mr. and Mrs. Bacon, Mrs. P.X. Nel son, Miss Ruth Nelson and IR. Rey nolds spent Wednesday in Phoenix. "The Best Security on Earth Is the Earth Itself" If you have money to invest in First Class Real Estate Securities I will be pleased to submit to you several propositions In Phoenix and the Salt River Valley which I consider absolutely safe and which will bringyou in a regular income. . The fact that I have placed . In the past six weeks over $60,000 in Mortgages for my clients and sold to them over $30,000 In Real Estate indicates that I have been able to find safe Investments for cautious investors.' If interested in this 'subject as an Investor or as a Borrower, as a Buyer or as a Seller, please call at my offices in Lewis Building,' corner Center and Adams streets, and we can have a quiet 'talk. If you will let me know what you want in the way of an investment I will -do my best to -suit you. h As to my responsibility I refer by permission to the Phoenix National Bank and the Bank of British North America, 42 Wall Street, New York. E.A.MARSHALL Rooms 2 4 3, Lewis Bldg.f Cor. Center & Adams Sts. X Every one was very sorry to hear of our mail carrier's latest accident. Several from this vicinity witnessed it. All hope for Mr. Moore's speedy re covery. . . ' . -, - -'.. Burk and Jim Miller are hauling baled hay to town. W. M. Doggett Is busily engaged in disking a large field of alfalfa. Harry Criswell has Just returned home from his brother's ranch, several miles down the valley. He has been planting grain for the past two months' J. L. Hughes of Phoenix was a busi nes visitor, here Monday. E. Eastham, who has been working east of Phoenix, has returned to Walton's. , ,i ., ,, ,. ,i, i i ,. .i ,;, fr,, ,, i GLEN DALE. J..H' H I' I I I ! H i H' 1"H M-M-l-H- The Methodist Missionary Society was delightfully . entertained last Friday afternoon by the Baptist la dies at the home of Mrs. W. A. Fau ber. An interesting program was given led by Mrs. Lively.. Souvenirs were given each lady, containing a missionary quotation. Following the program refreshments of cake and coffee were served. The Literary Society was well at tended Saturday night in spite of the inclement weather. jA challenge from the Cartwright" Society fo en ter. into a debating-contest was ac cepted. There will be a series of three' debates with Cartwright, the first to be held at Glendale Satur day night Feb. 20 the question being "Resolved, that the Government shall own and operate the railroads." The Cartwright people are good debaters and it is up . to Glendale to make things interesting for them. Mr. and Mrs. Lisb Pool entertained Mr. and Mrs. White and daughter at dinner Sunday. Mr. Pool has sold his home here and is thinking of making a change but hasn't de cided yet just where he will go. The Good Templars held their regular meeting Monday night at the school house. One new member was received. The good roads meeting and the telephone meeting were both held Tuesday night at the school house. On Wednesday afternoon Miss Delia V. Rudd and ,Mr. John D. Yates were married at the home of Ej J. Fiock, Miss Rudd is the charm ing daughter-of Mr. and Mrs. J. A Rudd and quite popular in social circles here. Mr. Yates is a prom ising young lawyer who located here last fall and has won many friends during his residence here. The young couple went to house keeping at once in Glendale where they will be at home to their many friends. We extend our hearty congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Yates and wish them long and . continued prosperity and happiness In their new . relations. The meeting of, the. Self - Culture club, which was to have been held at the home of Mrs. E E Jack, was postponed one week on account of the illness of Mr. Jack. The club will meet next Wednesday. .Mrs. Miko Wall of Isaac visited friends here- Friday and attended the missionary tea at Mrs. Fauber's - The new road overseer is trying to stop the practise of flooding the roads. Several arrests were . made this week. While is seems hard on the persons . arrested yet everyone knows what an annoyance it is to the traveling public to fir.d the roads flooded and to be r'oliged to plough through the mu'i when a little attention given at the proper time will avoid it all. The only way for any Irrigater to avoid trouble is to keep the water out of the roads. The Missionary Society of the M. E. church met with Mrs. Houston yesterday, the program was on the origin and early history of the Mexican race. ORANGE LANDS. $10 per acre with water right. 4 Call on Harqua Hala Devel- T opment - Company, 127 North T , center street, Tioenix, Arizona. n n i t : t n : 1 1 i m-h-i H'I-h For Sale 2 acres, with small house, well, etc., close in on Temp road. Price with terms SJ.200 5 acres, all in alfalfa, elosa In, northeast of .. town. Prie for quick sale .... .'.-.SHOO 10 acres, all in alfalfa and grain, fenced in 4 fields, exeel ent location, just west of city. A bargain at $2200 " 80 acres, with modern 6-room -brick' home, windmill, .tank, large barn,, corral; 15 acres ia fine pear orchard, balance is alfalfa and grain; fine sandy loam soil. A snap at, per acre S175 Will consider a nice city horn in part payment. -THE- H. I. Lalham Co. Real Estate, Investments, lusur- ' ance, ' Rental ' Phone Main 220." 115 N. Center St. - 1 CASH, BALANCE TO SUIT, FOR A FINE 22-ACRE RANCH NEAR THE INDIAN SCHOOL. THIS IS A VERY FINE PROP ERTY FOR ... THE money and a good buy. if you want a good place for little money; see us at ONCE. RENTING LOANS 0CK ERDMAW? JUL ESTATE &. I NVESTMLNT C(L 26 N.IS ST. PHOEniX VALLEY LANDS INSURANCE H-M-M-M-M-H-M' 1 1 I M 1 1 1 ! I tl' 2 acres, 2 acres In fruit,:, peaches, pears, apricots, plums;", grapes, 5-roora frame house and 15-year-old shade. Located . just at - city limits and a bar-: gain at $3200. R. A. Watkins 1 ' With Th H. I. Latham Cv 115 N. Center St. ; ';, ,t, ,t, ;, Wi, ,;i, ,t. lH-i' I- ! !! ! t-l- H-H-H-K-H-K- We have the Bargain r In a ' modern 5-room brick dwelling on a corner Jot with good shade and only 6 blocks from court house. Party must sell. If you want a home sea BARRY KAY & CO. H- I' '! Mlllll 1 1' 1 1' I' '! I 'I' I !' I !' 'i- FORSALE 80 acres, fenced on three sides, a snap at, per acre... 45.00 20 acres best orange land, can get water; per acre $135.00 40 acres in alfalfa and barley; per acre 8150.00 5-room and two screen room house, 2 lots 60x137 'Jach, for , 81800.00 Light housekeeping rooms for rent. COLE BROTHERS Real Estate and Rental Agency. 210 W. Wash. St. Phona BIk. 2681. A fine 40. - Alfalfa and good house; right plaea and price. Also 160 acres; 100 alfalfa. A fine business property, well Improved; a fine .Investment; close in and rents for about t per cent net. Money to loan at 8 per cent on ranch or good city prop erty. E. L King & Co. 18 N. 2nd. Ave. , ! ! 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