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THE ABIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, 1909.
WILL CLIMB We have been appointed selling agents for the Southwestern Sugar Beet Co.'s holdings in and around the sugar beet factories. WE ARE THE PEOPLES AGENTS COURT HOUSE STEPS YOUR SPECIAL ATTENTION With His Low Gear Padlocked He Will Drive to Globe and Then Do Stunts on a Flight of Steps. VJIOSNOW t ( Maict VJ Arrangements are being made by Hughie Hughes to make a run dur ing the coming week to Globe in the new Oldsmobile car, recently received. The run will be for the purpose of demonstrating the car on the way up and to the Globeites after his arrival there. On leaving Phoenix, Hughes will padlock the low gear and make the entire run, including starting and stopping, and all hills both up and down, on the high gear. He claims that it is the only car manufactured that is equal to this feat. He has asked the automobile editor of The Republican to select some one to ac company him on this trip and bear witness that the scheme is carried out as represented. In addition to the padlocir stunt. Hughes has received permission to climb the courthouse steps of Globe in the machine. "I don't know how many steps there are, nor how steep they may be, but I am going right up to the top and have my photo graph taken on the way up," said Hughes yesterday. o For your spectacles, eyo-gteseea and other optical goods see Dr. Swigert. 17 K. Adams st. Phone Red 2641. Bring your repair work to us. Glendale 10-acre home, in Hadsell's addition, regular water, good house, barn, shade, fruit, etc., only $2,500. This is a great snap. You will be sorry if you lose out on this. Valley Realty Company, 34 W. Adams. Big California, spud sale; $2.10 per cwt. They are extra fine. McKee's. I I I I I 1 I IM'H' IHUDIIIHI THE TOP Is cot 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. 1 acres one mile east, all in alfalfa, for $30 per acre. i. Is 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. H-H-H--H--Hllllllll n ,l, ,H, ,H. ,;, ,M, ,, ,v ,t , ,t, ,;, j, ,t, ;. Leaders in Their Line t 20-ACRE RANCH i FuTl water right pro T rata, 4-room frame t 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. Ill health has caused the owner to offer this at $4,000.00 Arizona Land Co. $ Mesa City Bank Bldg. Mesa, Ariz. Is called to the following terms, viz: One-fifth in cash and one-fifth per year for four years, and the crop interest of the Company goes withjthe land. Short hauls to the factory. Of course you know "IT'S THE SOIL." Read the following list of land, which can be divided from forty acres up, and makes a wonderful opportunity for investment. Prices of land belonging to the Southwestern Sugar & Land Co.: Price Description. Sec. Per Acre. Township 2 North Range 2 East. n 2 150.00 N. hi S.W. hi 2 150.00 S.E. 4 s.w. 2 $150.00 N.E. hi S.E. 2 S150.00 N. hi N.W hi S.E 14 2 $150.00 s. hi n.w. hi io S175.00 N. s.w. hi N.E. io S175.00 s. Vi ii 150.00 E. hi N.E. vi u $150.00 Price Description. Sec. Per Acre. Township 2 North Range 2 East. s.w. n.e. hi ii 8150.00 n.e. k 17 8175.00 N. hi S.E. hi 17 $175.00 e. hi N.w. 14 if $175.00 s.w. hi n.w. 17 $175.00 s.v. hi s.e. hi n $175.00 E. hi S.E. hi ...13 $150.00 N.W. hi N.W. hi. 22 $150.00 E. hi N.W. hi 22 $150.00 Price Description. Sec. Per Acre. Township 2 North Range 2 East El hi S.W. Vt 22 $150.00 S. hi S.W. Vi. S.W. hi 22 $150.00 N. hi S.W. hi N.W. ....22 $150.00 S.W. hi N.E. Vt 22 $150.00 N.W. S.E. hi 22 $150.00 S. hi S.W. 23 $175.00 E. hi N.E. hi N.E. hi ....26 $175.00 N.W. hi (part) 27 $150.00 Price Per Acre. Description. Sec. Township 2 North Range 3 East. N.W. hi S.E. hi 6 N. hi N.E. hi S.E. 6 S.W. hi S.E. hi 6 W. hi S.E. S.E. hi 6 XT.-, hi N.E. 19 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 Description. Sec. Township 2 North Range 1 East. W. 1 Price Per Acre. W. hi S.E. 1 W. hi 12 S.E. hi 12 N.E. (part) 14 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $125.00 Township 3 North Range 3 East S.E. hi 29 $150.00 E. hi s.w. 29 $150.00 Headquarters for Washington and Idaho. SOUTHWESTERN REALTY CO. Successors to Taylor-Berryman Co. Next door to Postoffice. Main 280. Look your mail over in our office. arc3eim Home You Can Own One! The lots are from one to four acres. Situated on McDowell road. "It's as broad as it is long." We mean one I acre. The price is right, and so are the terms. Rent money you never see again. Call on Oostley & Thompson's REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. 45 W. Adams. Notary Public. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i n I I 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i ;, ;, ! ,;;;, .H-M-v-i-K-W' ! 11 1 1 1 1 SEE I MARSHALL FOR J MORTGAGES j If you have Money to Invest or X want to borrow on Real Estate, f Rooms 2 and 3, Lewis Bldg., i corner Center and Adams Sts. X Pheue Red 9221. H-H-H-W 1 1 1 .M"M.-I"i"M"H"M- I The Biggest Ad f . a does not always mean the best ' bargain. We have special fig- . ures and terms on sugar beet lands and the sooner they are ) contracted for the cheaper they . . can be had. ' j HARRY KAY & CO. f 10 ACRE HOME In Townsite of GLENDALE Good house, good barn, chicken 3-ards, fruit, shade, etc.; fenced and cross-fenced; regular water; fine alfalfa. This is the finest home snap in all Glen dale. It is practically throwing in all the improve ments, at the price of $2500 Valley Realty Company Get this at once; it can't last. 34 West Adams St. t h 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 SPECIALS Some choice building lots for sale cheaper than adjoining property. I want your bid on some lots in Collins Addition. 'I have several nice trading propositions. Houses for sale on small payment down. Ranch property in Large and small tracts. Small tracts for nice home. W. K. JAMES 37 N. CENTER ST. H4-W-H--W-W-H4- Mil 1 1 1 II 1 11 M1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Closing' Out Sale of LA GRANDE VISTA LOTS Immediately west of the Mountain View Tract on the Brill car 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. BY PRIVATE WIRE New York, Feb. 25. Although con siderable fevcrishness was displayed : during the day's session and in spite 3C of most issues closing under last night's level, it may be said that sen- timent has Improved materially, espe- I cially In view of the fact that urgent liquidation nas temporarily spent us force. The steels issues continued to j be sold on a good scale, but new low ' levels were not established and some ' support was tendered. It is thought j that there is likely to be considerable ; agitation in steel circles before mat ters are definitely settled, particularly ; in resard to the extent of the tariff ( revision, and for this reason the action ' of the securities of the above com- ; panies will undoubtedly be very fever- ; ish. There are some indications of j the railroad issues withstanding more 1 effectively the onslaught than the in- ' dustrials. LOGAN & BRYAN. BOSTON COPPER. Boston, Feb. 25. The local market opened strong throughout the list, with speculation in East Butte. The recent strike in this property has made every body bullish on the stock. Heavy li quidation appeared in Amalgamated from the beginning and It quickly de clined nearly five points, carrying the local coppers down. Stocks Interested in the Calumet and Hecla and Osceola settlement were strong. The extreme weakness of Amalgamated . Is a very discouraging feature and we advise putting ail accounts in good shape to stand further decline. In case the metal situation should not be cleared within a few days. PAINE, WEBER & CO. GRAIN. Chicago, Feb. 25. There was a big bear market in wheat from first to i last. The recognized bull leaders were again buying some July and there was ! a noticeable broadening of the trades ! on orders from the public before the I close of a new high record on the I July was established at J1.04. May was again at a standstill. There were many bullish features for the trade to consider. Mills bought the cash wheat at 2 cents over May. Malwaukee re ported large sales of flour. Minneap olis had a small run of 85 cars. A number of doubtful crop reports came from the southwest. Buyers can make no mistake by taking hold on reason able reactions. CORN. Cash prices were steady again today In spite of the heavy receipts, and the speculation market did even better In the face of the heavy movement. There Is a forecast for rising temperatures, however, which may mean further breaking up of the roads west, and in this event a good reaction in prices can be looked for. PROVISIONS. There Is a stronger tone to the pro vision trade. Some of the biggest grain traders are exceptionally confi dent In the buying side on the positive belief that the hog supply will be much smaller in the near future. LOGAN & BRYAN. WESTERN MINING STOCK. Keweenaw 4 Denn 31 Warren 3 Helvetia 3 Quincy Nipissing s Green Can 94 S. & P 14 Miami 13 Utah Con zs Old Dominion 47 Northern Butte 61 Cal. & Ariz 99 Butte Col , 21 Shannon 13 Shattuck 17 Ariz. Com'L .' 3114 Globe 5 Black Mountain i Cumberland Ely 1 I -Nevada Con IThi Giroux 7 Nat. Ex 61 Sup. & Bos 1514 Ray 10 Rawhide 43 FRANK J. O'BRIEN, Broker. 0 Big California spud sale; $2.10 per cwt. They are extra fine. McKee's. Real Estate in Salt River Valley an Accumulative Investment The population of Phoenix in 1912 will be ' well it will be much greater than it is now. An investment in real estate here made at the present time has an accumulative value. It will en hance in proportion to the growth of Phoenix and every indication points to a rapid increase in popu lation here during the next few years. Fortunes in realty are made by getting in on a rising tide and now is your opportunity. Don't wait until spring opens and prices go up. Buy now. We want to show you some good "buys." 100 acres of finest alfalfa land. All in cultiva tion. First-class 5-room brick house. Old water right. Owner will take $5,000 cash and the balance to suit the buyer. Price, per acre $150.00 80 acres of very fine orange land. This prop erty is located next to one of the best groves in the valley. If you are looking for a first-class invest ment, buy this. Will double in value. Per acre, $100. 40 acres of nice land all in cultivation. Now in alfalfa and grain. Fine soil. First class water right. Two-room frame house. This is a good "buy." Per acre $150.00 40 acres near Indian School. Nearly all in cul tivation. Fenced into four fields. Home orchard. Six-room house. This is a first class "buy" for the money. Price, per acre $225.00 22 acres near the Indian School. All in good alfalfa. Fenced and cross-fenced. Lots of shade around house. Good well. Five-room house. Own er of this property will take down in cash $1,250 and the balance to suit at 8 per cent per annum. Several smaller tracts for sale close to town among which are some Big Bargains. FOR SALE Fine house on North Center street. A beautiful home for somebody. Two fine lots. Lots of shade and shrubbery. Several fine rose bushes. Good barn. Let me show it to you. A SNAP. Property Owners: List your property for sale at our office. Have you a bargain of which you want to dispose quick? List it for sale at our office. We do not list and forget. We sell. c H E S T E R P L A C E Building Restrictions ii Gas, Electric Lights, City Wa- jj ter, Sidewalks. A desirable home ; ; place. Adjoining " Bennett Place. ? Elliot Evans Co. 15 E. Adams St. :: 1, 11 '1 11 11 in I' I V M 11 1' I H I 1 1 III l Some Land Is f Cheap But Good Land Is Scarce 1 1 M M 1 1 1 II I M t tt 1 1 1 M M E4 acres Shi miles west of fair grounds; 40 acres In al falfa; orchard, good ell of water, fenced Lid cross-fenced, good house; old title to water. Can be bought for $20 per acre, less than any of the surround ing land. Investigate this proposition. It will rar you. Ttia Rogers Auction Co. f 14 West Jefferson St. Phone Red-2071. MnmnniniM Your Money Back If Any thing We Sell Yao Is Not as We Rep resent It. RENTING LOANS REAL ESTATE L I KVESTMENT CC 26 N. IS ST. PHOENIX VALLEY LANDS INSURANCE Yoor Money Back If Any thing We Sell Yob Is Not as We Rep resent it. 3C Al.l'.l.lllllll'I'l'i.lll'l'lll.l.lll.I.'l.I.ll'I'l'i.lll'l j' I 1 1 It III I M'llll ARE YOU GOING TO BUY Here is one place I have 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. 35 E. Adams St RENTALS. T 4-H'i'riiiriiri'rri'i"i'i!'i'riiiiW'iiiiiiiiriiiiii'i'i nun i "MEXICO EXCURSION" MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW FOR OUR "PERSONALLY CONDUCTED" EXCURSION TO THE TROPICS OF MEXICO, WHICH LEAVES EL PASO FRIDAY, MARCH 9TH. GO AND SEE THIS WON DERFUL COUNTRY, WHICH IS JUST NOW BEING AWAKENED BY AMERICAN PEOPLE WHO ARE GOING THERE TO 8ETTLE. OVER 100.000 ACRES SOLD IN THE PAST 90 DAYS TO AMERICAN AND GERMAN COLONISTS. Our lands lie along the Nation al Tehuantepec railroad. Is9 taaa 1 miles from the Atlantic er Pacific oceans, at an elevation ef from 50 to 60 feet; a censtaat sea breeze blowing, location ex ceedingly healthful; land cevered with timber, including raasy 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, and a climate more equal than that of California; soil varies from five to 20 feet and Is very rich; sur face generally gently rolling (very essential in this district), being well drained; streams are clear and 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 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 & 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. Ml tit lilt 1 M"talllllll