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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, 1909.
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II FEW MINES ABOUT BOUSE
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12:06 a. m., January 1, l!rt'.: hence he
has started the suit. Thus it is shown
that a r.iinute might make lots (if dif
ference in the location of a valuable
claim, and the claim has proven very
valuable because the Rodger.- took
out twenty tons of ore and shipped
it to the smelter and the smeiler re
turns showed the ore to average thir
K. 1L X 'j ine oniy remedy wnicn re--S2r
jieves women of much of the
pain of maternity; this hour, dreaded as voman's severest trial, is not
only made less painful, but danger is avoided by its use. Those who
use this remedy are no longer despondent or gloomy; nervousness,
nausea and oilier distressing conditions are overcome, and the system
is prepared lor the coming
event. "It is worth its weight
in goid,"saysmany whohave
Vn-'k of vtJue to aU expectant
mothers m&iltU tree. . .
THE ERADFIE1D UKGULATOR CO.
Atantr;. Gj.
THE EXQUISITE CLEANLINESS CF OUR BAKE SHOP
Appeals to particular housekeepers. Bread at 6 and 10 cents; delicious
Dinner Rolls and Buns at 10 cents a dozen. Raspberry, Red Cherry and
Gooseberry Tarts, 5c each.
PHOENIX BAKERY
Est. 1881.
Edward Eitele, Prop.
M H i II I I I i I i I I I I I I M I I I H
Fifty Gents Round Trip
From Phoenix, by Special
Train, Friday, p.m., February
' 26th. Train leaves. Phoenix
7:15 p.m., (City); returning,
leaves Mesa 12:30 a.m.
jj THE BIG PIONEER BAND BALL;;
I MARICOPA ROUTE -
. L. H. LANDIS, GENERAL AGENT -
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For a...
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Suit Case
Collings Vehicle and Harness Co.
First Door East of Hotel Adams
Pills
Established 1752 5 I
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ty-two ounces of gold per ton. That
is mere surface workings and with
a large quartz dyke running through
out the nine claims, it is enough to
make lots of a difference regarding
the time of location. This property
will undoubtedly develop into a very
rich gold mine.
Old Maid Shipping.
A carload of rich ore is now lying
on the loading platform at Bouse
waiting shipment to Kl Paso. - This
ore is from the Old Maid mine, and
will run over $10 per ton. This
property is located five miles west
of Bouse, and with the splendid
showings in the bottom of the shaft
Becoming a mother should be
a source of joy, but the suffer
ing incident to the ordeal
q makes its anticipation one of
-7 dread. Mother's Friend is
& CONFECTIONERY.
Phone M. 89.
I I I I I I I I I M I H I I I I I I I I I I rf
- BRIDGES OF STEEL
m n 1 1 1 1 m n 1 1 i i n 1 1 1 1 1 m
See the
of. this property. It is likely to de
velop into a very rich property. In
addition to the gold values, this ore
runs well in copper. It is not gen
erally known that this country has
any rich ' gold mines, but later de
velopments are certain to show some
very "fine gold mines in and around
Bouse.
Working New Gold Strike.
The gold strike which was made a
short time ago Just east of the town
of Bouse, about three miles, by
K"rank Heine, is now being developed.
Since the strike Heine has told no
one about his strike and' has been
awaiting money with which to devel
op the property. He has located six
claims on the ledge which show
clearly for the length of the six
claims. The ledge Is reported to be
a blue Nevada quartz, appearing be
tween a granite and iron lime con
tact. This strike is in the location
of an old lost mine which is claimed
to have been very rich. Develop
ments of this strike will be watched
with considerable Interest.
Jumbo a Good Showing.
The Jumbo group of six claims,
lying north of the Bill Williams, in
the neighborhood of the Merrlmac. Is
a new, property, having been but re
cently, located by George L. Ottis of
Los Angeles, Russ Avery of Los An
geles, and Ramsey and Burch of
Bouse, is- reported to be a fine show
ing. It is claimed this property has
a gold quartz ledge one hundred and
eighty feet wide and three thousand
ff'et long, all carrying good gold
values. A large number of samples
have been taken out and will be as
sayed to determine the value of the
property. The claim is right in the
gold district and is likely to de
velop ' something good. The quartz
Is a fine gold quartz and the pan
nings are remarkably fine. The old
Cleopatra, Rawhide and other valu
able properties are in the same dis
trict. ;
ON THE MOVE
Nearly Four Hundred Acres
Sold Yesterday
PRICES THE BEST EVER
At Least Five Buyers Closed
: Up Investment Transac
tions-All Are Planning
Early Improvements of
Their Property.
That men of means are beginning
to appreciate the opportunities for
investment in the lands of this val
ley, especially those sections best
situated for the growing of oranges
and sugar beets, is well demonstrat
ed by the transactions closed in this
city yesterday. Three hundred . and
eighty acres of such land changed
hands in specific transactions to be
mentioned at this time, and it is al
together likely that other sales were
made of equally as good land, that
are not yet announced. This is an
area of orange land, most of it at
present treeless, equal to more than
one-half the area of the combined
bearing groves in the valley, and
which few acres have already made
Arizona famous.
Two Interesting features in connec
tion with these sales are, first, that
most of them represent new capi
tal in the valley; and, second, that
the prices at which the land was sold
show that the orange land is fast
coining into its own. The land is
all first-class and, though much of
it Is flood-water land, the minimum
price paid for any of it was $150 per
acre, and ranging from that to $300
per a$re,' for the area not planted to
oranges, while a twenty-acre tract,
half of which is planted to oranges,
SM for $17,000, or an average for the
entire twenty acres of $850 per acre,
ft may be supposed that the bearing
or a
portion was valued at more than
$1,000 per acre. The selling price of
one forty-acre piece was not learned,
but the other transactions aggregated
$81,500. It is likely the other forty
went at $200 per acre, judging from
its location, and perhaps more, which
would make the total for the day"s
transactions in these big deals, ap
proximately, $90,000, a nice run of
business for a winter day in Phoe
nix, Arizona.
The most notable sales, by reason
of the interesting of new men of
high commercial standing, were those
transacted through the office of the
Phoenix Trust company, though the
H. I. Latham company made one
deal with one of these gentlemen.
The other transactions to be men
tioned ; were through the Latham
company.'
The . deals In which the Phoenix
Trust company figured were the sale
to Charles R. Sllgh of thirty acres,
to Leland J. Clark of thirty acres,
and to I. J. Clark of twenty acres,
all in . section 8, township 2 north,
range 3 east, or better described as in
block 3 of Orangewood, west of Cen
tral avenue. Whether the prices paid
on these three tracts were all the
same, was not made known, but it
was learned that the eighty acres
went at the rate of $300 per acre.
Mr. Sllgh is president of the Sllgh
Furniture company, of Grand Rapids,
Mich., a well-known business man
of that city. Leland J. Clark, a
nephew of Mr. Sllgh, was formerly
a resident of Grand Rapids, but now
calls this county his home. M. J.
Clark is a lumberman of Grand Bap
ids, accounted by those who are in a
position to know, as in the millionaire
class, and is a relative of L. J. Clark.
These tr.ree gentlemen are intimately
associa1--l and have bought home
places r.l )se together. It is the pur
pose of Mr. Sllgh and Leland J.
Clark to prepare at once for the erec
tion of fine country homes on their
new holdings the coming fall. Mr.
Clark came here about a week ago,
and will return east in a short time
to close up his business affairs, com
ing back to Phoenix next fall to re
main permanently. Mr. Sligh Is also
accompanied here by a brother, Dr.
Sligh.
The other transaction In which Mr.
Sligh was the buyer and which marks
the highest price ever paid for acre
age property in the valley, "xcept,
possibly, some very small holding ad
joining the city limits, was the sale
of the Arndt tract of twenty acres,
one-half of which is planted to orange
trees, the selling price being $17,000.
Mr. Arndt came here from Ohio for
his health last winter, and bought
this property for $12,000. He has
since harvested an orange crop and
sold the- property at an advance of
$5,000, so it majr be easily seen that
he has lost no money dabbling in
Arizona orange land.
The next group of sales closed up
invaded the purse of B. P. Davie,
general manager of the Southwestern
Sugar and Land company. These sales
are less notable only in that Mr.
Davie: has known what this country
was for a year or more, and the only
wonder was that he did not dip in
before. Probably the chief reason
was that he was so busy prosecuting
the sugar company's plans and in
vestments that he didn't have tlme
before to take advantage of any of
the good things on his private ac
count. Nobody ' has been worried
about Mr. Davie, however, for it has
been known all the time that 'sooner
or later he would get into the game.
He has made too many successful
land investnu nts elsewhere to over
look the fine opportunities here.
Mr. Davie bought of the Glendale
Land company, through the Phoenix
Trust company, the east half of th
northeast quarter of section 6, town
ship 2 north, range 3 east Of the
Southwestern Sugar and Land com
pany he also bought the west half
of the same quarter, making a full
quarter section. For this quarter he
paid $150 per acre, or $24,000. In the
immediately adjoining section on the
north, section 31, same township and
range, he bought of H. L Latham
forty acres at $200 per acre, or $8,
000, making a total investment of
$32,000 yesterday. This last forty Is
described as the northeast quarter of
the northwest quarter of section 31.
Mr. Davie said last night that he
had already let a contract to plant
the Latham forty acres to navel
oranges, and another for the break
ing of the 160, which he proposes to
put to grain this season and plant
to oranges next year.
It was learned also -that Mr. Lath
am has sold the adjoining forty
acres, one-half to W. S. Goldsworthy
and the other half to a gentleman
whose name could not be secured
last night, ail at $200 per acre.
Another transaction, completing the
380 acres that changed hands yester
day, was the sale to Lafayette Myers
by the Sugar company of the south
half of th northeast quarter of sec
tion 9, :n township 2 north, range 2
east. 'I'd. it is Just east of Center
street ami on the east side of Orange
wood, as the Davie holdings are on
the west side. While the considera
tion was not made known, the land
Is surely among the choice buys and
doubtless brought a good figure.
Mr. Davie " announced last evening
that since the Sugar company had
offered a portion of its holdings for
sale, which has only been a few days.
over 600 acres have been practically
sold, but the deeds have not passed
yet,and he did not care to announce
the ' buyers until the deals are con
cluded. He said he appreciated as
well as. anybody that the lands would
bring more money later, but the com
pany has such a large acreage that
some of it must be disposed of in
order to bring the rest of it under the
provisions of the government restric
tions for the use of -water.
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THE GOSPEL FEAST
DR. DIN'S SUBJECT
(Continued from Page 1.)
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chemical process was discovered by
which this unsightly refuse could be
transformed into chewing gum, and
made paltable even to the taste of
refined young ladies. As with com-
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merce, the great question of the day,
social, political and religious, is con
cerning the refuse of society. What
shall we do with the masses in our
great cities, untouched by the church,
careless of the law, despairing, hun
gry and cold? Can the gospel do
anything for them. We believe that
it is the sovereign remedy, and, when
the polite and refined refuse to ac
cept our message, let us rush by them
down into the highways and hedges
and tell those who are worse off that
there is a feast for them which God
has prepared. And out of this refuse"
there will come forth an income to
God which we cannot calculate.
"The verdict went forth, "'Xohe of
these men which were bidden shall
taste of my supper.' Terrible thought
that God Himself may ; leave us to
our lying excuses. More terrible
thought that God may pass us by and
give us over to our own selfish .ways.
Make no excuse. Accept at- "once,
and take your place at the table, of
salvation." -
Elks' theater was again crowded
with an interested audience. A
pleasant feature of the service was a
song, "Anywhere with Jesufi," by a
little girl. Today the services will
both -be held In the Baptist church, as
the theater is engaged .for the even
ing. , ' . rr
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WANT! DAIRYMEN ATTENTION.
Geo. N. Marshall Cjx, owners of the Hassay
ampa Creameries, w-antHnilk for cheese and cream
for butter. We .will pay one cent more per pound
of butter-fat than any other creamery in Phoenix
pays for milk for the same purposes, from Feb. 20th,
1909, to April 1st, 1909. We always pay cash on
pay day and we do not put you off with hot air or
two or three checks payable at some later date.
Aug.. Hegelund, Mgr.
Special display of MORRIS CHAIRS
and MISSION CLOCKS for the Holl
day trade.
BIDE-A-WEE MISSION FURNI
TURE 8H0P.
WIMiltM ! M"M"M M"l"l M-
HAMILTON BROS.,
Piano Tuners.
I Pianos for Sale & Rent.
245 E. Wash. St.
Phone Red 2031.
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SMOKERS' ARTICLES. '
Corner Broadway and Canter. 4
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THE MISSION
A rnsort for gentlemen. The
original BUDWE1SEII BEER
on draught.
FRANK CONNELLEY, Frea.
Moore & McLellan
TJadertakera and Kmbalmara.
Lady Aaaiataat
Weat Adama Btraal
Telephone Mala 111.
Clinton Campbell
CENERAL CONTRACTOR
Reeidenca
SS7 N. Fourth Ave.
Telephone
Mala 177
CHIROPODIST.
Painless remoral or
Corns, SO cents each.
Bunions, Moles and
Warts, removed bj
electricity. Ingrow
ing Toenails a spe
j'
cialty. Hen. f julles anA rtifMi-an
treated day or evenings. Between
First and Center St, on Adams.
Phona Red 807g. FRANK SHIRLEY.
BETTER ACCOMMODX
TIONS FOR HEALTH
SEEKERS.
Beautiful location, large lawn, broad
porches; inside, balcony, or tent sleep
ing rooms. Modern plumbing . and
first class table, with plenty of rich
milk and cream. Phone Sub. 125 for
full particulars.
Freight and Baggage
carefully and quickly handled.
Storage at reasonable rates.
. Pionser and Consolidated
Transfer and Slorage Go.
Baggage office. Ill North Center St
Telephone Main 142. '
General office. 42 South Center St
Telephone Main 74.
Special Caramels
Chocolate, Maple, Va
nilla, Strawberry,
Marslimallo w, Onyx
and Opera Caramels.
SANICHAS & CO.
Telephone Red 2031.
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Liidvig Pianos
Sold by
The
WILEY B. ALLEN
COMPANY.
5 W. Washington St.
Phone Black 8204.
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I DIRTY LAUNDRY
Made clean by easy, up-to-date 4.
methods. Phone us for a trial.
I We can please you.
f PHOENIX LAUNDRY t
--; Phone Main 130
"I l H 'H 11 1 1 I !! !! K-K-M I
Bargains In Wall Paper, new stock,'
new designs.
MORDEN'S BIG SECOND-HAND
STORE. - . -401
East Washington St.
THE PALACt
Saloon, Pool and Billiards.
Budwelaer on draught. Old Crow,
Mayfleld and Guckenhelroer By
Whiskies sold over the tear.
JOHN P. BODET. Pro.
H H 1 M iM M t i I"M"1 t i l' I' t
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:: Plants and Flowers
" PHOENIX FLOWER 8TORE. "
114 E. Adams St.
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WELL DRILLING. f
Phone Black 8922. f
623 a 7th Ave, Phoenix, Ariz.
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The HOFFMAN
Evert hng First Ccu
Famous Tony Faust Beer on
Draught :
JACK GIBSON. Proprietor.
MOHN & DRISCOLL
FUNERAL
DIREOTORS
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.
H 1 1 1 1 n i nni hum i i 1 1
: W. A. REYNOLDS f
:: Contractor and Builder
Plans and specifications furn
ished . -free - on all work con
tracted or" superintended V
him. Let mo plan year house
for you.
SATISFACTION GUARAN
TEED. Phono Block 2561.
Residence. 1119 W. Fillmore St.
Office, Five Points, Phoenix.
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ORDER FROM US :
We serve the best. '.
Telephone . the City
Meat Market. We wiil
convince you that we
can serve you to your
entire satisfaction.
City Meat Market.
Phone Main 200.
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DROP YOUR MONEY
Into the purchase of a sack of Per
fect flour and youTl get its value
back again In better bread and more
of It Between two - bags of flour
there may be little or no difference
In appearance. But use revaia 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.
We receive daily fresh
supplies of California
and local fruits and
vegetables.
Phone Us
Main 6
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