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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY ,1909.
ED You to reflect a few minutes on the Bargains listed below. ' 80 acres $115 per acre. AH In cultivation. Price far. below 4. adjoining property also listed for sale; 40 acres just one mile from Glendale. Only $125 an acre. We only have a few days to sell at this price. This piece has regular water, and a good " fence all around. The best buy in the valley. 10 acres adjoining the largest orange groves. Special price, and a money maker. City Home A good brick house north on one of the avenues, $300 less than it has been listed . for. Owner ' does not live here and Is anxious to sell. This will rent for over 15 per cent. City Homes 4 lots and 2 good houses. Grand Ave. Ad. A big snap at $3500. Will sell these properties separate. This is only 3 of our many bar gains. We made lots 'of money for a great many buy-. era last month. Let us do the same for you. Costley& Thompson's t REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. ... 45 W. Adams St. Pl.,fr..tM;..;..;.,.I...t...;..;........;,.H4''Ia- H"K-H"H"X--H-frH-H"M'fr-l"H' WONDERFUL. WELL With One Exception It Is the Purest Water in the Territory. One of the requisites in the selec tion of a ranch for home purposes is the character of the water supply. Next to the soil and the location of the ranch, the volume and purity of the water would seem to be of para mount importance. . The wells in the valley that have been tested by chemical analysis show an astonishing variation in the amount of solids contained in the water. The water from some of them is fit only for irrigation, while others produce the finest of drinking water, with but the s .'ghtest tract of salt or alkali. Leland J. Clark, of Grand Rapids, Mich., came to the valley not very long ago in search of a choice ranch on which to build a home. Mr. Clark is a multi-millionaire-' lumber man of Michigan, and knew pretty well what he . wanted. In each case, when hi wai shown desirable ranch property he asked for an analysis of the well water. He finally selected an SO-acre ranch in the Orsingewood district, and was uurtoubtedly in fluenced in his sel fction by the character of the water produced in a well on the property. With but a single exception, this well shows fewer parts of solid matter to the 100,000 parts than any other well or spring in the territory. Mr. Clark is now having a $6,000 home designed for him by Thornton Fitzhugh, which will be built on a ten acre tract. Charles R. Sligh, also of Grand Rapids, and president of the Sligh Furniture company, will build another fine residence opposite that of Mr. Clark, and work on it will be gin In, the fall. Other new homes are also planned for Orangewood, the purity of the water, as well as the location- and beauty of the tract draw ing many to this part of the valley. The tract purchased by Mr. Clark .includes the old Akers' ranch, on I which the well was bored some years ! ago. An analysis of the water made I by the agricultural experiment station ' at Tucson shows that in 100,000 parts there are but twenty-six solids. Of this amount the largest percentages I are salt, 4 parts and alkalinity 4.88. j These figures are more or less 1 meaningless unless compared with ! others. The city water now used In I Phoenix is as follows: Total solids ; in 100,000 parts, 102.4. Of this 64.6 I parts are salt and 8.98 sulphate of i lime. The city water supply otTempe shows solids 103, salt 58.8, sulphate of i lime, 9.52. Prescott, which is sup J plied with water from a great spring ! twenty-two miles away, has the ! purest water of any of the cities near ; Phoenix. The total solids in 100,000 j parts are but 39.4. There is but . a ! single spring in the territory whose i waters have been tested that shows j the purity of that obtained from the well on the Clark place in Orange 1 wood, and that is a spring in the Mc ! Dowell range, twenty-five miles east SOUR STOMACH "I used Cascarets and feel like a new Ban. I have been a offerer from dys pepsia and sour stomach for the last two year. I have been taking medicine and other drugs, bnt could find no relief only for a hort time... I will recommend Caecareta to my friend w the only thing for indigestion and soar stomach and to keep the bowels in good condition. They are very nice to eat." . r - Harry Stnckley, Idauch Chunk, Fa, Plestnt, Vtlatable, Potent, TsiteGood, Do Good. Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe. 10c, 25c, 50c. Never told in bulk. Tbe Ken aine tablet stamped C C C. Guaranteed to cor or your money back. IBS of Phoenix. The solids amount to 25.6 parts to the 100,000, of which 5 parts are salt and 3 parts lime. At various times it has been pro posed to use the wells in Orangewood for the city supply as the water is many times purer than what now flo from the pumping station. As far as known the supply is inexhaust ible, as continued pumping has never yet lowered the water in the well. During dry spells the well has been pumped night and day, and the water carted to the orange trees, but the depth of the mater has always re mained the same. The well is about 150 feet higher than Phoenix. FRESNO RAISINS ARE April 30 a Day Devoted to an Adver tisement of That Product. -The Republican wishes to acknowl edge the receipt of a large package of very fine raisins, sent by Mrs. T. E. Irvine of Five Points to the mem bers of the staff. She received a large box of them from Fresno. Fresno, the home of the raisin, has set apart April 30 as "Raisin'" day, and on that day it is the custom to send the nutritious fruit, in boxes and baskets, to friend all over the country. It is not gener ally known that raisins are the most nutritious of foods. A pamphlet sent out from Fresno gives the following comparative table,, prepared by the United States department of agrieul ture: One pound of California raisins represents a food value equal to each of the following: Six pounds of apples. Five pounds of bananas. Four and one-fourth pounds of po tatoes. One pound of bread. Four poundb of milk. Four and three-fourth pounds of fish (edible portion). Two" pounds of eggs. One and one-third pounds of beef. An important medicinal value of raisins is in their laxative effect. o SAYS IT WAS AN ERROR August Iben, proprietor of the Star Lodging House called at this office last even ing' to ideny a statement made In an afternoon paper regarding a disturb ance at the saloon there the night be fore. He said there was no such oc currence, and replying to one part of the statement, he says it Is the policy of the saloon to refuse drinks to those who are intoxicated, TRY A TURKISH BRICK FOR SUNDAY DESSERT. DONOFRIO ZUNKEL CONFECTIONERY CO. Homewood, our suburban subdivision at the end of the Brill ear line, should be completely sold out and a house in construc tion on every remaining lot this very season. The only question i is that of securing the attention of the right people. - We want a chance to show Homewood to people who aie conversant with Phoenix values, people who will appreciate tfie v merits of Homewood 's location, the neighborhood, soil,, water I rights, etc. . The lots are five acres and acres each, for sale at $325 and $350 per acre. Terms arc very easy, and we help .Home wood buvers to build. There are only two lots left on Homewood road' and four on Uth street. Can't we show them to you! Wouldn't you enjf (eing a land owner instead of a. rent payer? And it's jus jeasy and far more profitable. DWIGHT B. HEARD, Corner Center and Adams II jr. : ' .n . ti . ;I J EARLY BIRD GETS WORM FlagstaffMing Preparations For the Fourth COMMITTEES APPOINTED A Special Officer of the For estry Service Investigating Application for Right of Way for Scenic Railway Along Rim, Grand Canyon Flagstaff, April 29. (Special Cor respondence of The Republican.) A mass meeting of citizens was held at the court house Tuesday evening for the purpose of arranging a Fourth of July celebration for Flagstaff this year. There was much enthusiasm in the meeting, and it is safe to assert that Flagstaff will this year display more 1776 patriotism than has ever before been shown at a celebration of this kind in northern Arizona. The fallowing committee was appointed, with power to select sub-committees to carry out plans for the celebra tion: M. I. Powers, George Babbitt, Charles A. Clark, William Edmonds, E. T. McGonigle. NINETIETH ANNIVERSARY The Odd Fellow and Rebekah lodges on Monday evening united in a special meeting in commemoration of the ninetieth . anniversary of the founding of Odd Fellowship. Ad dresses were made by Hon. J. E. Jones and Mr. J. W. Pritchett. Mrs. E. A. Hash and Miss Mina Jones recited, . and Mr. Robert MfcConochie favored the audience with several solos that were of a high order of excellence: Following the program a sumptuous banquet was served. GRAND LODGE HONORS Hon. J. E. Jones, Edgar A. Hash and L. E. Johnston returned the first of the week from Tucson, where they represented the Flagstaff lodge at the grand lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. The Flagstaff delegation did not return without bringing grand' lodge honors, Mr. Jones bejng appointed grand inner guard for the Odd Fellows, and Mrs. Asa Clark grand trustee for the Rebekahs. Mrs. Clark , is also grand, worthy matron of the Eastern Star of Arizona, and before returning to Flagstaff will make a tour of the ter ritory, paying official visits to the chapters of the lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Beorge Bucklar are recent arrivals from" Snowflake. They are occupying the Kathren residence. Mrs. M. Scarborough returned the first of the week from Phoenix,'"where she spent the winter. - , - - 8. S. Preston, of Tuba, was In Flagstaff Tuesday.. . to be. initiated In to the Elks. Prof. Blome, of the Tempe Normal School,' was in Flagstaff the firat of the week. i . - Mrs. George Newman has returned from Phoenix, where she , spent the winter. - '. '; J. P. Wilson returned the first of the week from a business trip to Oklahoma. - - f ' " : Prof. A. N. Taylor returned Sunday from a tour of the- territory in the interest of the Northern- Arizona Nor mal School. A. Sims returned this week from a trip to Parker. Charles Sterns has returned from Phoenix where he spent the winter. Miss Florence Van Martet-, of Win slow, and Miss Jessie Tarr, of King man, are in the city the guests of , Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Napoleon Van j Marter. . Mrs. E. T. McGonigle ' and Mrs. I William Carroll are visiting friends in ; Winslow this week. I Mayor Charles A.' Keller returned , yesterday from Phoenix, where he in-,! vested in some Salt .River Valley real estate. ' Charles Stemmer, of Sedona, is in the city. Mrs. David Lewis is in Winslow visiting her daughter, Mrs. Charles Arters. : " - o ' BARGAINS IN SUIT CASES AND ' ' . BAGS. They are not in our line,, so we're closing them out. They are the LIL LET CASES, "made so that' they will give perfect satisfaction . to.1 the con sumer. The frames of these cases are made of best steel, that is five times as strong as the ordinary frame." A case made of extra fine materials throughout, stylish appearance, built for constant use; 26-inch. 14.75. New style makes wonderful show for the mpney; strongly built; 26-inch. $10.50. . j The woven fibre cloth suit cas is j very popular, being light and service- I able; especially wel adapted for wom en. The prices are very low. $4.00. Japanese woven reed bags are "light as a feather, with suit -case lock; eas- ier packed and1 more get-at-able than others; 16-Inch. Only $4.50. If you come quick enough, you'll be able to get one of the above described cases or bags one of the very limited number we have left. THE POST OFFICE NEWS STORE. Charles Hinckley, Proprietor, o NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Florence, Arizona, April 21st, 1909. The partnership heretofore existing between A. W. Gregg and J. J. Greville has been this day dissolved by mntual consent; A. W. Gregg continuing the business and assuming all liabilities and collecting all firm accounts. (Signed) A. W. GREGG. J. J. GREVILLE. o See Dr. Swigert for" correct glasses. 17 E. Adams St. Phone Red 2461. The railroad Is now assured. It will soon be a little sory simply told, of a' big success based on simple merit. Watch thees prices grow. J20 Acres In the heart of the Buckeye. 220 .in cultivation $65.00 per acre, 200 acres Near Arlington store, fenced and cross-fenced; full water Arlington canal; 100 acres In alfalfa $50.00 Per acre 160 Acres 140 in cultivation. 8-room brick house $100.00 Pr acre 160 acres 140 acres In cultivation; 8-room fine brick house $100.00 Per cre 'IT'S THE SOU.' SOUTHWESTERN REALTY COMPANY Successors Taylor-Berryman Co. Next to Postoffice. Phone M. 280. 'iniiiiiniiiimiiiiHi'H FOR SALE A fine business income property. Low price, good terms and low J. interest if wanted. Also many city, ranch and orange lands. FOR RENT A fine store room in business center. Furnished and unfurn ished houses and rooms. L L King & Co. 18 N. 2nd Ave. Place for Investment Bargains. 4 11 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 II Ull Ml HI li h Get Those Glasses Now Dr. L. M. Swigert of Swigert Bros Opticians, will close their office tor the summer season this year on June 5th, for two and a half months. If there Is anything the matter with your eyes or in need of glasses that "fit in every detail," see us now. Hours: 9 to 12, and 1 to 5. Other times by appointment. 17 E. Adams, St., across from Adams Hotel. Phone Red 264L FOR RENT. LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 3 rooms and screen . room, electric lights and gas. Rent 18.00 2 rooms and screen room, electric lights and gas. Rent $15.00 3 rooms, bath, electric lights and &as- Rent $15.00 3 rooms and screen room, electric lights and gas. Rent $10.00 All the above are furnished, have best of shade, fine places for the summer, no charge for water. COLE BROTHERS. REAL ESTATE & RENTAL AGENCY 210 W. Wash. St. Phone Black 2681. See Dr. Swigert for correct glasses. 17 E. Adams St. - Phone Red 2461. Sweet Arizona oranges, $2.50 a box. Crump's. o . POST CARDS, PHOENIX VIEWS, 1c EACH. PHOENIX VIEW BOOKS, 15c. EACH. AT THE BIG CURIO, ON ADAMS ST. READ DWIGHT B. -HEARD'S REAL ESTATE OFFURS IN THE CLASSIFIED ADS TODAY. LOCAL NOTES Carl Lampland has returned from a vacation spent in Texas. Mrs. Bond has returned from a sojourn in California. W. H. Cox, of Jerome, is in the city. 'Mr. Cox is manager of the Coconino Cattle company. Attorney X. N. Steeves, of Will iams, is in the city on professional business. T. E. Pollock visited Kingman yes terday on business. Sheriff John W. Francis returned yesterday from a trip through the southern part of the territory. John verKamp or urana canyon, is spending the week In Flagstaff. M. J. McVain, chief of the division of special privileges in the forest service at Washington, D. C, is here looking into the application of the railroad for a right of way for a scenic road along the rim of the Grand Canyon. - Otto Kapanke,' of Bisbee, Is "in the city the guest of his brother, Edward Kapanke. Mr. and Mrs. F. Colton, who have been in Flagstaff several weeks vis iting their son, George Colton, de parted Tuesday for their home in New York city. John Marshall and L. F. Wesley have formed a partnership in the blacksmithing , business. The shop which Mr. Marshall has been run ning, will hereafter be conducted un der the firm name of Marshall & Wesley. Victor Laland was brought In from A. L. & T. camp No. 1 thi3 week and placed in the Milton hospital. He is suffering from an attack .of paralysis. T. A. Riordan was a business visi tor to Prescott and . Jerome this week. ' Tax Assessor B. A. Cameron has returned from a tour of the county. S. Saulsbury, of Alberta, Canada, who has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Mary A. Haskins, departed Saturday for his home. William Clow, of Alamogordo, N. M., has accepted a position with the Arizona Lumber and Timber company. Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Widener have moved to Cliffs. Dr. E. S. Miller returned yesterday from a hurried trip to Los Angeles. Thomas Brady returned this week from Bouse, where he has been for sometime. ' Prof.- Preclval Lowell is spending the' week in Santa Barbara. William Hicklin made a trip to Phoenix this week. J. Howard returned this" week from New Orleans, ' where he spent the past year. E. B. Perrin, Jr., of Williams, was in Flagstaff Monday on business. Daniel Hogan and Everett Hanna departed Sunday: for Tuba, where they will erect a building for the gov ernment. ' J. K. Campbell, grazing inspector for the forest service; was here this week from Albuquerque. ' M. Wendal Is visiting In San Fran Are you a believer in bathing? Most every one is. And most every one has a first-class tub in the home if they 'can afford it. Our following excep- ' tional offer makes it possible for you to procure a I " first class tub at $10 less than you can purchase the V I same quality of tub elsewhere. . ..---r ; Special Offer $25 Our line of Bath Tubs has been literally wiped out in all sizes but 5-foot and we want to clean these out also, to make room for the large shipment comingl If you are in need of a Bath Tub or are going ta be in the near future, here is YOUR OP PORTUNITY, world's famous "Standard" 5 foot tub, witlva 3-inch roll rim and enamel that will XOT crack, for $25 cash. WE NEED THE ROOM. Y Geo. Hageman . 32 North 1st Street Phone Main 117 cisco. - -