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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 24, 1909.
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THE
PUBLIC
We beg to announce that we have been appointed agents for the sale of the Southwestern Sugar Company's lands. To
conform with the Government's ruling "that no person, firm or corporation can hold lands in excess of 160 acres," the South
western Sugar Company hereby offers for sale through our agency their entire excess holdings. These lands are all in the
vicinity of the sugar factory, are of the famous Glendale loess, and with few exceptions are all under cultivation and mostly planted
to sugar beets, and the crops go with the land. We urge you to be quick and get first choice.
540 ACRES IN
80 ACRES IN
180 ACRES IN
480 ACRES IN
SECTION 2,
SECTION 9,
SECTION 10,
SECTION 11,
TOWNSHIP 2
TOWNSHIP 2
TOWNSHIP 2,
TOWNSHIP 2
NORTH,
NORTH,
NORTH,
NORTH,
Will sell in tracts of 40
acres and up on same
terms. Call for map show
ing locations. We will be
glad to show you any of
these lands.
i
400 ACRES IN
80 ACRES IN
320 ACRES IN
320 ACRES IN
ToACEESIN
124 ACRES IN
20 ACRES IN
300 ACRES IN
80 ACRES IN
400 ACRES IN
480 ACRES IN
209 ACRES IN
240 ACRES IN
SECTION 17,
SECTION 13,
SECTION 20,
SECTION 22,
SECTI01T237
SECTION 27,
SECTION 26,
SECTION 6,
SECTION 19,
SECTION 1,
SECTION 12,
TOWNSHIP 2
TOWNSHIP 2
TOWNSHIP 2
TOWNSHIPJ2
TOWNSHIP 2
TOWNSHIP 2
TOWNSHIP 2
TOWNSHIP 2
TOWNSHIP 2
TOWNSHIP 2
TOWNSHIP 2
NORTH,
NORTH,
NORTH,
NORTH,
SECTION 14,
SECTION 29,
TOWNSHIP 2
TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH,
NORTH,
NORTH,
NORTH,
NORTH,
NORTH,
NORTH,
NORTH,
NORTH,
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
2 EAST $150.00 PER ACRE.
2 EAST $175.00 PER ACRE.
2 EAST $175.00 PER ACRE.
2 EAST $150.00 PER ACRE.
2 EAST $175.00 PER ACRE.
2 EAST $150.00 PER ACRE.
2 EAST $150.00 PER ACRE.
2 EAST $150.00 PER ACRE.
2 EAST $175.00 PER ACRE.
2 EAST $150.00 PER ACRE.
2 EAST $175.00 PER ACRE.
3 EAST $150.00 PER ACRE.
3 EAST $150.00 PER ACRE.
1 EAST $150.00 PER ACRE.
1 EAST $150.00 PER ACRE.
1 EAST $125.00 PER ACRE.
2 EAST $150.00 PER ACRE.
i Will sell in tracts of 40 '
;! acres and up on same ;!
; terms. Call for map show- j
1 ing locations. We will be ;
; glad to show you any of 1;
;! these lands. !;
Only one-fifth cash payment required on any of the above and one-fifth on or before one, two, three or four
years at seven per cent. Beets will be taken as cash on deferred payments.
For further particulars call on or write to our Phoenix or Glendale office.
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L LATHAM CO
Real Estate and Insurance
Phone ftlain 220
PAWY
115 N. Center St., in Adams Hotel
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WELL DRILLING.
T Phono Black 8922.
X 623 S. 7th Ave., Phoenix. Ariz.
i -H--W"H'fr'H"M"M"H''K One of Detroit's Distinguished Citiz-
ens visits Phoenix.
H. id DOFFED
VISITS PHOENIX
1!
DROP YOUR MONCY
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 bags of flour
there mar be little or no difference
In appearance. But use revals that
one Is far superior to the other. The
Perfect flour always rains by com
parison with other brands. Order a
sack and see for yourself.
VALLEY FLOUR MILLS.
The HOFFMAN
Evert hi ng First Class
Famous Tony Faust Beer on
Draught
JACK GIBSON, 'Proprietor.
Bargains in Wall Paper, new stock,
new designs.
MORDEN'S BIG SECOND-HAND
STORE.
401 East Washington St.
GOLD
Miners and Ranchers,
Notice! We do iron and
brass castings of all
kinds. Come in and
talk to us.
PHOENIX FOUNDRY
CO.
451 S. 7th Ave.
Hoore & McLellan
T7nertaxers and Smbalmara.
Lady Assistant,
t Wint Adams
Telephone Main lit.
MOHN S
a
DRISCOLL B
I FUNERAL '
jjj D1RZCTORS I'
I
ORDER FROM US
We serve the best. t.
Telephone the Citv
Meat Market. We wiil
convince vou that we
can serve you to your
entire satisfaction.
City Meat Market.
Phone Main 200. j
THE PA LAC &
Saloon, Pool and Billiards.
Budwelser on draught. Old Crow,
Mayfleld and Guckenbelmer Rye
Whiskies sold over the bar. j
JOHN P. BODET. Proo. '
- li
CHIROPODIST. I
Painless removal o i
Coras, 50 cents each j
Bunions, Moles tnd ;
Werta, removed by
electricity. Ingrow
ing Toenails s. spe
Ladles and Children
day or evenings. Between !
First and Center St-. on Adams. 1
Phone Red 8072. FRANK SHIRLEY. !
t Plants and Flowers ?i
x
PHOENIX FLOWER STORE, f I
jj 114 E. Adams St.
MH I' 1 1 1 1 1 Ullit in iWM
We receive daily fresh
supplies of California
and local fruits and
vegetables.
cialtv. ?Ten.
treated
Gen. Henry M. Duf field of Detroit
and James Stroh, also of Detroit,
were visitors in Phoenix for a brief
time yesterday. Gen. Duffleld will be
remembered as the umpire in the
German-Venezuelan arbitration com
mission, while Mr. Stroh is a prom
inent business man of Michigan.
Gen. Duffield and Mr. Stroh are
on a general pleasure and business
trip through the southwest While
on their way to California they de
cided to stop off and look at the
Salt River valley. They spent most
of yesterday in an automobile drive
about the valley. On their return the
general said :
"This is our first visit to Arizona
and I would be more than glad to
tell you what I think of your coun
try, but I hardly think the opinion
of one who has spent a few hours
in a car, riding about, Is of appre
ciable value. I would give you the
material for a 'story' If I could for
I long ago formed the habit of telling
a newspaper man anything he wants
to know he will find it out any
way if I don"t.
"It was once when William M.
Evarts came to visit me In Detroit.
He had but just arrived when a re
porter called. I suggested to the
senator that, owing to the fatigue of
the journey, he would perhaps bet
ter refuse to see the reporter. Sen
ator Evarts said, 'That young man
has been sent here to Interview me
and if he does not succeed it will put
him In a bad light with his editor.
Let him come in.'
"I had not thought of that before
and since then I follow Mr. Evart's
practice of seeing them all.
"As far as our trip is concerned
we are simply looking over the coun
try to see what we can see. We
shall leave tonight for Los Angeles
and may return by way of Wash
ington and take in the inauguration.
Mr. Taft and I have always been
close friends, I should greatly like to
i sec him when he takes the oath of
j office."
ITHREE iTOirf
i UP FOR GRID JURY
gj Phone Us
Main 6
COLD AIR STORAGE
MARKET
Two Are the Supposed Morristown
Burglars, the Other a Former Santa
Fe Employe.
Both Justice Parker and Justice
i Johnstone yesterday entered up some
new business for the consideration of
n the next territorial grand jury, ustice
j Parker presided over the examination
j of .L. R. Scwartz, charged with ap
j propriating funds of the Santa Fe Rail
road company to the amount of
$138.75, while serving the company as
night agent in the Phoenix depot, by
taking the proceeds of certain sales,
which ho lately restored when the
facts began to close around him. He
was heli) to answer In the sum of
$1,000, and it Is understood he gave
bond Lost night. It Is also understood
that he wii! contend that his error
was an Irregularity due to intoxica
tion, and that It was not an intention
al robbery.
In Justice Johnstone's court Wilson
and Johnson, the two men arrested
last week for the burglary of a house
In Morristown, and the taking of a
quantity of jewelry, silverware and
clothing belonging to Mr. and Mrs.
Swan Nilsen. were examined and held
to answer. Numerous witnesses were
examined, the testimony being practi
cally a repetition of the story pub
lished In The Republican when the
men were arrested. Mr. and Mrs. Nil
sen were present and identified their
property. There were two or three
sliver spoons in the lot they could not
Identify positively, but everything else
Tings, bracelet, watch, chain, opera
glasses and a suit worn by one of the
men was identified by Mr. and Mrs.
Nilsen.
These men were first apprehended
by the police, who since then have
picked up three more, one negro and
two whites, who are suspected of hav
ing some knowledge of this or other
burglaries committed In Wickenburg
and Congress Junction, and who may
have been operating in conjunction
with Wilson and Johnson. -These men
have not yet been examined.
At the examination, Wilson and
Johnson declined to question the wit
nesses or make any defense.
WEDDING BELLS FOR
CLIFTON DEMOCRATS.
The Republicans Were Not Allowed
to Express Themselves.
Clifton Ar-r VVh ot 1
' , " -v ' i ' y
A .1 . . . . .
day night endorsed resolutions favor-
Republicans were excluded from
.1 . 7 . .
nit? meeting, umerwi.se it was Har
monious.
CATARRH
COLDS
(ssaasa -met-o-Mt) u
Cures them all. It is the guaranteed
cure for catarrh, bronchitis, tonso
litis, croup, asthma. Gives remarka
ble reli 'f in consumption. Kills ca
tarrh genus. Breathe it in through
the in!.;::.-r that comes with each $1.00
outfit. Kxtra bottles of Hyomel 50
cents at Larson Drug Co. Hyomel
sold in every town.
T
Miss Jessie Whyte of Chicago and
Ferdinand Charlebois Are Married.
Miss Jessie Whyte, a pianist from
Chicago, and Ferdinand Charlebois.
who passes much of his time as a
cow puncher, were married yesterday
morning at the Catholic church by
Father Novadus. The wedding-was
purely a family affair, only members
of the . bride's and groom's family
being present.
Miss Whyte came to Phoenix a
few months ago on a visit to her
aunt, Mrs. Fred Weate of Alhambra.
Ferdinand Charlebois Is the step-son
of H. Renaud, who owns a ranch
on Grand avenue not many miles
this side of Alhambra. It was while
Mr. Charlebois was at the ranch
that he became acquainted with Miss
Whyte, which was the beginning of
the romance between the cowboy and
the musician.
The wedding came as something
of a surprise to the friends of both
parties, as few knew of the at
tachment. Mr. and Mrs. Charlebois
will remain In the valley for a while?
and then take a trip to the Grand
Canyon. Mr. Charlebois will be the
foreman of the Renaud ranch.
Titer are many people who Buffer
from Backache, Rheumatism, Lumba
go ami ainilar ailments who are nob
aware these are symptoms of Kidney
trenhle. Plaeulea for the Kidneys act
as a toalo aid regulator to Kidneys
aid Bladder. They tome and Invigor
ate the entire system, relieve the pain.
SO days' trial f 1.00.
LARSON'S DRUG CO.
I
THE VITA HUEVO MINERAL
SPRINGS CO. BEFORE THE PUBLIC
Dr. Alton, who, after deep research,
has made and Is making many wonder
ful discoveries In the way of remedies
In connection with the Vlta-Neuvo
Mineral Springs Company's springs, la
being brought before the public,
through the many marvelous cures of
diseases that are considered Incurable
and been pronounced so by the medical
profession at large. Among these Is
rheumatism, which several local phy
sicians, under oath at a gathering of
several of the prominent physicians of
Phoenix, testified that rheumatism
could not be cured. It could be re
lieved by medical treatment, but could
not be permanently cured, especially
astheltis deformans. Now we produce,
cured by our remedies, several people
in Phoenix, with this dread disease
cured; one especially, who was so far
advanced he was wheeled In an invalid
chair several months before taking our
remedies.
Read the sworn testimonial of Mr.
John Kearney, one of Arizona's promi
nent mining men. It speaks for Itself.
Surely this testimonial can not be
doubted:
Phoenix, Ariz., Dec. 17, 1908.
Vita Neuvo Mineral Co. and Bl-Lo-Zone
Co., Phoenix: Gentlemen:
To Whom It May Concern: I wish
to state that I have been a sufferer
from rheumatism for three years. The
pain In my arm has caused me much
suffering, and Interfered with my work.
I have taken treatment with several
physicians, with only temporary relief.
As soon as I stopped taking their med
icine the trouble came back. The
medicine given me Injured my stomach
so that I was running down In general
health. I read your advertisement. In
one of the Phoenix papers and com
menced taking your remedies and min
eral baths, being the mineral water
and Bi-Lo-Zone Internally. This is all
the medicine used. I find that my j
stomach Improved so I fan eat any
thing I desire and my general health
has been built up. The pain in- my
arm has gone, and I can say that I
believe myself about well. I also state
that I recommend your remedies to any
rheumatic sufferer, for rapidity of cure
and its benefits to the general health.
I made this statement without pay
or promise of any. and do It gladly, for
others benefit and my appreciation of
the benefits I have received.
Yours very truly,
JOHN KHARNET.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
a Notary Public in and for the County
of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona, this
17th day of December, A. D. 1808.
W. II. TEAS LEY,
(Seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires December 15,
191L
We have many cases of rheumatism
cured by our remedies that do not care
to have their names tn print.
Our offices are filled dally with peo
ple with all kinds of chronic diseases,
seeking renewed health, who hear from
the lips of those who are being brought
back to round health through the use
of the remedies. Among them is Miss
Mabel Castleman, whose testimonial
we herewith publish.
Miss Mabel Castleman's Testimonial.
To Whom It May Concern:
I gladly give my testimonial for the
benefits I have received by the use of
your remedies known as Vita Neuvo
Mineral Springs Mineral Water and
Liver Tonic, Bi-Lo-Zone.
I have been a sufferer from catarrh
for 15 years. 1 have been treated by
many physiclans( from which I re
ceived only temporary relief.
I have been using your remedies for
about four weeks, and from the first
few days I began to Improve. My ap
petite was poor and I was in a run
down condition. MY weight before
commencing taking the remedies was
105 pounds. I now weigh 117 pounds.
My appetite Is much improved and
general condition better than it has
been in 15 years, and I feel I am almost
well. I certainly endorse your reme
dies to anyone suffering like myself.
MABLB CASTLEMAN.
OUR REMEDIES CURB THE FOL
LOWING DIEASE3:
Bright's Disease. This disease la
one of the incurable maladies.
We produce, under oath, people in
Phoenix who have been cured by our
remedies, before an assembly of medl- '
cal men prominent in the profession inl
Phoenix. We have several cases in
California who were cured two yeara
ago, and In sound health today. This
certainly proves beyond doubt that
Bright's Disease can be cured.
Our remedies cure stomach trouble,
no matter how long standing, and also
we have people In Phoenix who have
tried every known remedy and medi
cal treatment, and only obtained tem
porary relief, who have been cured by
our remedies.
Sufferer, call and investigate.
Now comes Liver Trouble. Our rem
edy. Bl-Lo-Zone. which we term the
world's greatest liver tonic, cures Liver
Trouble and Constipation. Bl-Lo-Zone
puts the liver into action and cleanses
all the glands of the body, removing
all the morbid products, leaving a per
manent cure of this stubborn disease.
OUR REMEDIES CURE CATARRH.
This disease Is a lothsome and very
common one and hard to cure. But
readily succumbs by the use of our
remedies. Cases of 20 years" standing,
people living in Phoenix, have been
entirely cured by our remedies. Do
not suffer; our remedies will cure you.
This disease reaches every organ of
the body. Many sufferers, suffering
with his dread monster, are pronounc
ed tubercular,' when they are only suf-1
fering with a bad case of catarrh.
Our remedies cure old sores that will
not heal, and in a short time. Waste
no time in giving them a trial. Re
sults are sure. We make these state
ments boldly for our claims are made
after 11 years' experience and based
upon the results obtained by the peo
ple cured.
Sick and discouraged of Phoenix, call
and learn of our Dr. Alton what these
remedies will do for YOU.
No doctors' bills to pay. You only
buy the remedies. They do the rest.
VITA NEUVO MINERAL) SPRINGS
COMPANY,
33 East Adams St.
Lovers of delicious, sparkling table
waters, try our VllTo-Zone. There is
health in every drop. At ail drinking
places.
Phone Red 2421. j

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