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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1909.
7 i. BARGAIN BULLETIN REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE Business Property Two snaps. City Homes ....Special prices on two. 10- and 20-Acre Tracts A complete list, north, east, south and west. Center St. Property A 5, 10 and 20 acre tract. Any one of these will make you money in short time. Alfalfa Ranches ...Four that will surprise you. Orange Groye The best buy in this or any other country. Chicken Ranch You get more for your money in this piece than anything we know of, "And that's going some." Money to Loan Up to $6000. SEE . 'V COSTLEY & 45 WEST ADAMS ST. SPECIALS Borne choice bulletin lots for sale cheaper than adjoining property. I want your hid on some lots la ColUns Addition. I have several nice trading proportions. Houses for sale on mi mil payment down. Ranch property in large and small tracts, tttnal) tracts for nice home. W. K. JAMES 37. N. CENTER ST. .-H-ifr'H'i-M-H-H-H IU1IM HW1 ! ! t I I H-t-H' I111IIM M "I-H- ARE YOU GOING TO BUY Here Is one place I hare for you. Three splendid '50-foot lots, corner and east front, location on the north side, one block from the car line, a small cottage, 24 fruit trees, 19 grape vines, a vege table garden, a chicken yard, whole nicely fenced: reasons for sell ing, owner wishes a larger place. You can buy this home for $1500, small cash payment, balance on Installments. J. H. KINNEY FIRE INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE. RENTALS. 3 B. Adams St. mMiHiiiinniini yi h Closing' Out Sale of LA GiAJTOE Immediately west of the Mountain View Tract on the Brill cat line. To close out the remaining ten lots we will make a special price of $175 for inside lots and $250 for corner lots. Terms, $25 down and $5 per month. See us today. $1000 building re strictions. HAMILTON BROS. 245 E. Washington St. 4 an mm mm 1 1 II 3 acres la the very cream of the belt. 2 acres In trees 12 years old. Trees ordered for 8 acres more. Balance In alfalfa. This place will earn more than ti per cent on the purchase pries. It's a bargain. See us for price and terms. i J. L. IRVIN 11 N. 1st Are. .,,;,,; i i ; i I M 1 ! 1 1 I t l I Loaders in l Tfifiir IRA Hi t 20-ACRE RANCH Full water right pro rata, 4-room frame house, splendid loca 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. Mesa City Bank Bldg. Mesa, Ariz. M'i 11 M"H..M"M 'M"M"H..H""M- m w JZ-ju THOMPSON NOTARY PUBLIC miiiiii s-m Mint i-w i i h-h- VISTA LOTS t H t"H'H-HH-H-4-M-H-H- 11 Acres Three blocks from end of "West Washington Street car line, on the Yuma road; in alfalfa and grain; Page fenced, iron gates. This is one of the prettiest tracts in the city. A great snap. Price $2750.00. $750 cash will handle it; balance at 8 per cent. Valley Realty Co. 34 West Adams St. h i n i in hi I'M m n i ii i 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: 4 acres all In alfalfa 1 1-2 miles northeast; $200 per acre." 14 acres one mile east, all in alfalfa, for $30 per acre. S. 19 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. 75 feet southeast corner Churchill addition, for $900. Money to loan In any sums. L. J. RICE, Mg'r. Trust Department Union Bank. REPORTS BY PRIVATE WIRE Xew York, Feb. 23 The Btock mar ket presents the appearance of demor alization throughout the session with declines recorded in almost every issue. Stop orders were uncovered in large volume on the recession anI the buy ing was confined mostly . to the de mands of the short Interest. The bear party has been allowed during the past few sessions to assume control of the market and support has been with drawn. The price cutting among the steel interests continues to be the chief topic of discussion and the metals have been liquidated on a large scale; for elgn selllngjias also taken place which has served to aggravate the conditions of the market, and from the tone of the best at the close serious results will undoubtedly ensue unless organ ized support Is tendered. LOGAN BRYAN. WESTERN MINING STOCKS. Keweenaw . Denn $ Warren , i Helvetia Qulncy 70 Kiplsslng i Utah Consolidated 40 Greene Cananea 10 Superior & Pittsburg 14 Miami U Old Dominion 49 Calumet & Arizona 100 Butte Coalition 2S Shannon : 14 Shattuck 18 Arizona Commercial 33H Globe 5 Black Mountain 2tt Cumberland Ely 7 Nevada Consolidated 17 Giroux National 17 Superior & Boston 15 Ray 11 Rawhide 48 FRANK J. O'BRIEN, Broker. ELKS' ENTERTJUiENT WILL BE MARCH II There Will Be a Short, Snappy Cam paign of Rehearsals. Last night at the Elks theater was a meeting of all those who are going to participate In the coming vaudeville show. The meting was as placid as a summer lane until the announcement was made that the date of the per formance was to be on the 11th of neit month. When this horrible blow was deliv ered the meeting assumed the aspect of a debating society In a lunatic asy lum on a hot night, Mr. Bullard ac complishing the most difficult feat in remonstrance by spinning three times around on his head. Mr. Ingles' imita tion of & bouncing ball in his efforts to say that It was impossible, was the next moHt startling feature of the evening. The rest came under the wire bunched. One of the gold-brick gentlemen who has this entertainment in charge is proceeding to get in his fine work, finally convinced the disor denl aggregation that it was not only possible, but that it was a certainty, and before the meting adjourned every member was enthusiastic for that one date and would listen to no othjer. It has been proven many times that the faster one makes entertainers pre pare for the opening night, the better the performance, so let the public take warning that if an Elk Is met on the street muttering to himself he Is not mad. but rehearsing, and if in . the evening one Is seen hurrying down the street toward the theater, please do not stop him, for it may be depended upon that at that moment there are twenty impatient Elks wondering where he dickens he is. The Republi can can now breathe more freely since it knows that the date of the annual entertainment is to be on March 11. o MONEY TO LOAN I have $10,000 to loan in sums of $2,000 or more at 8 per cent on Improved country prop erty. The II. I. Latham Co., 115 N. Center St. THE MAKING OF A HE Work continues unabated on the. properties of the Arizona-Bouse Cop per Company at Bouse. Since our last announcement the force of men at work has been increased and a Fairbanks-Morse gasoline hoist has been purchasd and Is now installed on the Little Butte' shaft. This shaft Is being sunk rapidly and drifting continues In both directions. The full face of the drifts and the bottom of the shaft are In ore so that no waste rock neod be handled. The ore Is beinj plied up on the dump and as It averages 10 to IS per cent copper, and $8 to $10 gold, it will yield a handsome return to the company in a short time. The cars already shipped have netted over $700, after paying the freight and smelter charges. HOW TO GET INTO COPPER. The time to make money in copper Is between organization and dividends. Before dividends are declared the price of stock is Invariably below par after dividends, usually much above par. The man who has a million to invest can afford to buy a mine after it has become a dividend payer and often waits until then. The man of moderate means can not afford to buy at the top-notch price. He CAN af ford to buy stock at the organization price. His enterprise, his Judgment and his faith count for as much as his subscription. For a few days the price of the Arizona-Bouse Copper Company stock re mains at 15 cents. It will be to your advantage to secure the benefit of the pre-organlzatton price as the stock will certainly advance rapidly. Write us today. Terms still the same, one-fourth cash, balance three equal monthly payments. Remit by Wells-Fargo, P. O. Money Order or Check. Address all communications to J. E. MEYER & CO., Agents, ARIZONA-BOUSE COPPER CO., 202 Mercantile Place, Los Angeles, Cal. Vjno snowA If NBIC6 ij Success Follows Action Regret Follows Delay Therefore, invest now. Remember we are agents for the best Orange lands in the val ley. "We are also agents for sugar beet lands. Come in and look over our listings. Headquarters for Washington and Idaho. THE LIEUTENANT AND THE COWBOY." Mr. Theodore Lorch. who comes to the Elks' theater on Friday, Is admit tedly one of the motst forceful and ef ficient actors on the American stage, and his popularity in the west is such that his seasons are generally devoted to long time engagements in Denver, Salt Lake, Los Angeles and San Fran cisco. Ilis position for years as lead ing man of the Curtis Theater Stock company, of Denver, disclosed and de veloped the ability which has made him a slghly successful star and test- if 2 r t Li George R. Matison at Bob Ralston, in "The Lieutenant and the Cowboy." ed his versatility in a Vound of plays ranging from froth comedy, as in "The Soldier of the Empire," to his admir able performance of "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde;" then at the time, when his supremacy In "costume" and "ilgh so ciety" parts, he was chosen by Messrs. Pelton & Smutner to play the part, of a westeni cowboy and plainsman in Anthony K. Willis' gripping play, "The Lieutenant and the Cowboy," which will be the medium of his introduction to local theater patrons. The play tells a story of thrilling Interest that Is bound to hold the attention of the audience from the rise of the curtain to its last fall. From the gllpmse of military llfo in the first act, and the thrilling scenes of our west in the other three, the play is always real istic and convincing. Many of Its sit uations are unique and its language is simple and direct. Messrs. Pelton & Smutzer have given it a series of stage settings that place it on a level with any of the productions of the year and they have surrounded their star with a cast that is remarkable even in this day of extraordinary casts. THE EARLY BIRD GETS THE WORM. A complete list of sugar boet land is now on file In our office and we shall be glad to submit these for your consideration. Prices the lowest. SOUTHWESTERN REALTY CO. Next to the Postoffice. o For your spectacles, eyo-glasses snd other optical goods see Dr. Swlgert. 17 E. Adams st. Phone Red 2641. Bring your repair work to us. "IT'S THE SOIL" 320 acres alfalfa land, full crop, can ; be cut in 40, 80 or 160-aere tracts, reg- !; ular water; $100 per acre. 160 acres of Sugar Beet land, can be cut in 80-acre tracts; regular water; close to Glendale; $125 per acre. Southwestern ' Successors to Taylor-Berryman Co. Next door to Postoffice. CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, Unitd 8tatca Land Office. Phoenix, Art, Feb. U. 190fl. X sufficient contest affidavit havinft been fiid la this office by Richard Roea, aontestant. against Homestead Entry No 47t, Serial 019. mads Oc tober 6, 10. for 9 W.4 Secton l. Towsship 1 N'., Range 2 E., G. and 9. R. B. Meridian, by Charles H. Markley, conteMee, in which It is aljeged that said Charles B. Markley never entered upon said land nor resided upon said above described kind at all since he filed on the name, nor made any of I the Improvements required by the kofnefrtead laws of the United States epos the mme, said parties are hereby otlfled to appear, respond and offer vidwies touching said allefration at 1H i o'clock a. ra. i April 12. I". before Rwlster and Receiver United States Land Office, Phoenix, Ariz. The said contestant having, In a proper affidavit, filed February 19. H99, set forth facts which show that I after due diligence personal service of this notir can not be mado, it Is here by ordered and directed that such no tice be given by due and proper pub lication. CHAS H ARNOLD, Beeeiver. "MEXICO EXCURSION" MAKE YOU RESERVATIONS NOW FOR OUR "PERSONALLY (CONDUCTED" EXCURSION TO THE TROPICS OF MEXICO, WHICH LEAVES EL PASO FRIDAY, MARCH OTH. GO AND SEE THIS WON DERFUL COUNTRY, WHICH IS JUST NOW BEING AWAKENED BY AMERICAN PEOPLE WHO ARE GOING THERE TO SETTLE. OVER 10SMO ACRES SOLD IN THE PAST 90 DAYS TO AMERICAN AND CERMAN COLONISTS. Oar Iaatfs lie along tns Ration al Tehaantepec railroad, lens thaa 100 miles from the Atiantie er Paoifis ocmum, it an elevation ef from fO to 630 feet; a aoastaat sea kreeae slowing, loeatioa ex ceedingly healttiful; lasd severer! with timber, including naay va rieties of the precious hard woods; unsurpassed transportation facilities, both by RAIL and WATER; abundance of rainfall; no IRRIGATION; the markets of the WORLD at your door; NO FROSTS, NO BLIZZARDS, snd a climate more equal than that of California; soil varies frost five: te 2 feet and is vsry rleh; swr- i face generally rently miliar (very i essential la this district), being J well drained; streams are eleur aad cool and abound with fish. THIS LAND CAN NOW BE BOUGHT IN SMALL TRACTS ! FROM 40 ACRES UP, AT A LOW PRICE AND ON LONG AND DE SIRABLE TERMS. LAND IS AD VANCING FASTER IN THIS DIS TRICT THAN IN ANY OTHER i PART'OF AMERICA TODAY. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. YOU STEP "RIGHT OFF A PULLMAN CAR ONTO OUR LANDS." WRITE FOR OUR FREE BOOK LET AND LITERATURE. FOR FURTHER " INFORMATION IN REGARD TO LAND OR EX CURSION, CALL OR ADDRESS OLD MEXICO LAND A COLONIZA TION COMPANY. 127 North Center St., Phoenix. Ariz. GREENE & GRIFFIN REAL ES TATE & INVESTMENT CO, General Western Agents for The Mexico International Land Company Kansas City. Bearing Orange Grove of 19 acres, best buy on market. Can sell at in side price. Realty Company Main 280. Br. kiH flta mm4 ! gls- SEE i MARSHALL -FOR MORTGAGES ' If you have Money to invest or , want to borrow on Real Bstate. ' Rooms 3 and 3. Lewis Bldg., i corner denier ana Auame tyia. X Phone Bed 9221. Per Acre for 80 acres of rery fiaa oranga land. The best that can be ob tained for the money. Wert to one of the fin est groves in the ral Iey. DON'T MISS THIS SNAP. Acres Hear Indian School. This is the beat bar gain that can be ob tained close to the In dian School. Most all in .cultivation. .Good house, nice orchard. . . . A BARGAIN Per Acre $225.00. A Furnished House For Sale Cheap. Good 5-room brick house, stone founda tion, bath, mission fin ish, mission furniture. Good porch, east front, good location. $750.00 cash, balance as rent. A SNAP, $2650.00. . RENTING nW LOANS CK ERDM4tf!f JUL ESTATE & INVESTMENT C6V. 26 N.tS ST. PHOENIX W ARIZ VALLEY LANDSpT INSURANCE i l 1 t i I M I- I JW."-1' 1 46 WE ARE THE PEOPLES AGENTS Look your mail orer in our office. m H IIIHMHl I 1 M i Ftr Exchaage 3 blocks of improved residen tial property in Tacoma, Wash., for trade for Salt River valley property. For particulars se R. A. Watkins Wrth The H. I. Latham Co. 11S N. Canter Bt. MMOHlMHIW jHHM 1 I 1 t !HMI H 11 II- BARGAINS SELL I without advertising. If you want a snap in a t home see us quick. liHTIATi CO. 4 i i H M llllll 1 HtHll M- Tw Isrgaias U acres finest garden land, level and old water right; 5 acres alfalfa, good two-room house and fenced. Price for short time, $3800. 169 acres fine level land on Arizona canal, northeast of city. Price $2000. Pag-Hanfen & Co. Passe Re gll. 4 West Adcaas L t A Snap It acres of garden land, 4 alien from town, $1800; well improved. it acres 6 mHes from town. well tm proved: $70.00 per acre. II aerea; N acres In alfalfa, knlane in grain; $s.W per T Also a good list of houses for X rent. Come in aad see what we have got. Greene & Company jj T Real Estate & Mining Brokers. f Phone Black 9191. I 37 W. Adams St, Phoenix, Ariz. MHHWH HI I I I I I I Some Lond Is f Ch$ap But Good Land Is Scarce S4 aerea t miles west of fair grounds; 49 acres in al falfa; orchard, good .re II of water, fenced tad cross-fenced, good house; old title to water. Can be nought for $29 per acre, lean than any of the surround ing land. Investigate this proposition. It will ay you. Tile Rjprs fucflOD Co. f 24 West Jefferson St. Phone Red-207L IHHIllllimiKItt