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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1909.
11 Do You Think Uncle Sam's Whiskey Test the Best Here Is everything that your Uncle Sam requires of whiskey be fore ho will place the little green stamp over the cork of the bottle: That It pass the test of the U. S. gauger as coming up to the governmental standard of purity, being straight, 100 proof, full measure and aged at least four years. Here Is the famous Cedar Brook test: Not only must all the requirements of Uncle Sam be met. but there must 1 quality supreme, a wonderful flavor, delicacy, smoothness, individuality. It must be aged six to eight years. Only choicest selected grains and purest spring water used. W. H. McBrayer's Bottled in on in short, must better the test of Uncle Sam. Compare the age. It will nhuw you the dif ference in the tets. Uncle Sam requires four years, while Cedar Brook requires six to eight. It has the green stamp xn every bottle, and it meets the Cedar Hrouk test, TOO. The vorld"s best whiskey since 1 S 47. " At all places where good liquor is sold. W. H. McBrayer'a Cedar Brook Distillery Lawrenceburg, Ky. I SALT RIVER VALLEY NEWS J (Continued from Page 8.) in this valley, so Mr. Doyle must be a g.od farmer or has better land than tin Jacob Tuesday ret of us. Kleck of Creightor. spent visiting Jacob Snyder of Isaac. Mrs. George Helm and daughter il na left Sunday morning for Prescott, where they will spend a few weeks with friends and relative-. W. F. Williams has his tnird crop of ah'alfa hay down now. It is a little Hsht on account of water being short. A. S. Masin has a nice pacing horse which he was putting through the cics Tuesi'ay morning preparatory to hitching him to the buggv. Jle had the harness or. the lto-se and was driving him do-vn the lane teaching him to guide yesterday. L. A. Nichols and family were vis itors in Phot nix on Tuesday. Myrtle Isaac spend the first of the week, visiting at her brothers, it. K. Isaac of Independence. Mrs. J. J- Meyers lost her pet dog Saturday afternoon and could find no trace of it anyv.l.er?. Mr. Meyer in serted an ad. in the paper, but it did not get a fair chanc?, as 41 r .M ?yer told the mail carrier about it Tuesday morning, and in less than three hour. he found the dog. It had gone down to Tom HurMn'j p'aee, arriving thre Sunday morning'. .Mr. Horton telephoned Mrs. Jl-y.-n that afternoon ai.d the dog is row safe at home. fiudolph Wiehey has been busy the past few weeks building runs for his ostriches. They are long, narrow pas tures in which he pans his birds for f-eding purposes. Mr. Wiehey has the largest farm around Independence now. Mr. Harrison has sold all his old birds but three pairs. Lin Onne own. eight pairs and J. J. Meyers five pairs, so he will soon have several large farms :!-ai. Kr.lph Wilson ?xnt Wednesday working on 11 is raneh at Alhainbra- Mrs. II C. Cowles and children vis ited W. L. List on Wednesday. Mrs. S. L Ashby and daughters, Car rie and Mae, Ufl Wednesday evening for Malaga, Cal.. where they will ;oin Mr. Ashby who ha-) decided to locate in California. K F. Heridrich3on has returned from a short visit to his :" rr-.er home in Ohio. He enjoyed the ch.ag-, but pr'-fers Arizona 'o ary otr.-'r place. HI C Mann and S. M. McClure haul ed hay to Alhambra. on Thursday. Oscar Walker of Phoenix, who for merly lived in Isaacs, was visiting old haunts while hunting white wings- He reports very good luck and succeeded in getting a good bag of game. Arhie (Jaylord returned from an ex tended trip through California, Oregon, The Rambler k n 4-V.a nam fsmf-vl?nrfai u IhhK oanfof sin xuVurli f . a - 1 TkAvairitlay Orl-lAol 19 can be detached in two minutes and the Spare Wheel put on and fifo itipr front or rear. ' ai oiioVJo in mRP nf need. ' brackets and tools for Model Forty ive,$&.uu. Tht VKy Model Forty-Four, 34 H. P. $V" Nfi "TX Spare Wheel. mNUnflattbrackeui 8mn pMntncermMrf. f ortf-fiwborae power with offset erank shaft, $2500. OthaT models. IllbO to UQ. Uez V explain detail, ftuen as ttoa Karooier unset unni Spark Rrtarder. etc We will nriaoiy can placa of buawesa in a Kamoier. no The Car of Steady Service Green & Rea1 Estate & Investment Company 127 Center St. s .U.Mf BHAVflM Washington and Idaho. He took in the fair at Seattle anil then visited his old home at Feck, Idaho. Mr. und Mrs A. C. Gaylord are expected home soon. The United States reclamation serv ice camp near II- . Grct ne's ranch have about complete uits work und will move In a few das. Pat Charlesbois, Frank and Ouy Sheets are having the time of their lives sporting around up in Washing ton and Id:. ho. They registered for land at the Siokane reservation and are now on their way to Idaho. There they intend to work in the harvest fields awhile and then go to Mon tana, where tlu-y will again sign up for a homestead. They expect to be gone for at least six months. Guy Wilkie and Linville Lu;gerding are on the war path- They each took a Winchester rifle, a shotgun, a 22 rifle apiece and added a revolver to make the collection complete, and then started overland for the Grand Canyon. The last heard of them they had stopped at New river to let their horses recuperate from the strain of carrying their ursenal. Mrs. McClure and children visited at Logues on Thursday. ' Sam Patterson made u trip to town Thursday to get a hired man to work on the ranch. Mr. Pickerel visited his ostrich farm yesterday and hauled off some of the fine sorghum Mr. Iiruan has been growing. F. W. Wilson returned from Man hattan, Kan., on Thursday, where he has been spending the past month ith his family. He says it is as tot there as it is here. Yesterday .would have been a typical day in Manhattan- Herschel Smith drove to the Fair Grounds yesterday to take part in the foot races. Vera Wilky took Miss Mary Kerr home yesterday. Miss Kerr has been spending a few days in the country with Miss Vera. Mrs. W. B. Acuff gave a very de lightful party last night. A jolly crowd gathered about 8 o'clock and played cards and games tiil a late hour. Our mail carrier, Lyman LuTon nette. leaves today for Fort Huachuca for a few days' target practice to try for the team to Camp Perry. He is pretty sure of making the team, but nobody knows how the wind will blow, he says- CARTWRIGHT. Cartwright, July 19. Church an nouncements: All the church services were suspended at Cartwright except the Sunday school during the camp meeting in Brill addition. The camp meeting closed Sunday night at that place and services at Cartwright will Spare Wheel RamWera art fitted fn? i'a f!.m'pfl a rnTTmlpfp tirft ClliroH tfi thfl fill K tCTttT YV with the special tools provided, secured in three minutes. Solves the tire Droblem. Extra Snare Wheel with inflated tire. - Four, $74, for Model Forty- Car with tat 0fft Craak Sfcaft many ucnuivv xvawu uic iiuiw oaui, BirauKai-iinv-uriTv, owi. ac your dorm ana laxe you to your ooagauoD on yuux part wuwm. Griffin Phoenix, Am. ay I .. Hi be resumed. Sunday tchool at 9:30 a. m. Preaching at 11 a, m. Kp worth League devotional service at 7 p. m.; topic August 8, "The Nearness of Kter nity to Opportunity," John; 6:1-16 Evelyn Gardner, leader. Preaching at 8 p. m. The heaviest rain of the season for Cartwright fell Saturday night. There was a slight wind storm early in the evening and a alight shower accom panied by a considerable display of electricity, yet everything had grown calm when the rain begin to fall in torrents. Although the rain was de cidedly local, not reaching but a mile or so each way, yet Cartwright got a good soaking. There was not much hay down to be damaged and what was rained on dried so quickly it was only slightly injured. Miss Mary Wiley accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cartwright on their trip to the mountains. . J. J. Rennells of Charleston, 111., ar rived Friday for a visit with his son, Ora Rennells. Ora's mother, sister and family came some time ago and are still here but this is Mr. Rennels, Sr.'s first visit to Salt river valley. He does not complain of the intense heat like we people who live here have grown accustomed to doing. Mr. and Mrs. McMurtry of Phoenix visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Rogers of this place. Mr. McMur try is a partner with Mr. Rogers In the auction business in Phoenix. John Wiley was also a guest at the Rogers home Sunday. Katherine Corsell spent Monday with Hulda Brown. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mudersbach drove to Phoenix Thursday to meet some rel atives who are coming to visit with them, Imt were disappointed as they did not arrive on that particular day. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cartwright vis ited Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Sunday. Mrs. John Trowbridge, who went away from here feeling very poorly, writes that she has gained strength continuously since arriving in Califor nia and that her young son has gained five pounds In weight since they left here. Mrs. Rush Keesler visited Mrs. J. R. Sheets Monday. Ed Tannehill. the contractor for the new resilience I I). Rosseau is having erected, was down Tuesday to see how things are progressing and was accom panied by his niece. Miss Blanche Tan nehill, of Osborn, who visited with Mrs. Rousseau. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Greenhaw and daughters left Saturday on the excur sion for Prescott for a short visit with relatives in that place. Mr. and Mrs. Tom List and children left Saturday night for San Diego, Cal., to spend the remainder of the summer. Mrs. J. A. Vinson and her daughter. Miss Fannie Breedlove" were Phoenix visitors Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Riggins and sons spent Sunday as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Rousseau. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Root called. Mrs. S. N. McClure visited Tuesday with Mrs. M. C. Glossbrenner. Mrs. McWall spent Tueselay visiting with Mrs. J. A. Vinson. Mr. McWall and Page Lively, who were engaged in extracting honey from the apiary on the Vinson ranch, came up at the noon hour and had dinner with them. Emma Vinsel s-nt Tuesday night with her sister, Mrs. Will Williams. Mrs. L. D. Rousseau, Mrs. J. T. Bone, Mrs. Charles Cartwright and Mrs. S. N. McClure met with Mrs. J. A. Vin son Wednesday afternoon for song practice, and while there they finished quilting a quilt that was not entirely completed at the last meeting of the Woman's Home Mission society. Miss Katie Bone went to Phoenix Saturday and had a foot that has given her a great deal of trouble treated. She is still a cripple but is getting along nicely. Mrs. McClure visited Wednesday with Mrs. Chas. Cartwright. In the afternoon they attended the meeting at Mrs. Vinson's. Will Williams started his bailer to work Thursday on another crop of hay. HH I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! I! ! I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 WICKENBURG H-r H"i H' 1 1 i"i 1 1 r ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 m AN ENTERTAINMENT AT A Phonograph Party With Many Other Features. AVickenburp. July SO. (Special Cor respondence of The Republican.) The residence of Mr. and Mrs. rrd on Knob Hill was the scene of a delightful Kathe'ing Thursday evening. It was a phonograph party although many other amusements were enjoyed. The jruests began to gather about 8 p.m. During the evening the young set en gasred in such games as hide and seek, drop the handkerchief, tea kettle, and twining the ring, whatever that Is. while the older folks amused them selves in an animal drawing contest in which V. Crabb drew a giraffe that looked so fresh from the Jungle time he drew the first prize which was a pitce of devil food cake. Refreshments were served about 9:30 p.m. It was Ice cream and cake. The party broke up about 11:30 p.m. The following guests were present: Mr. and Mrs. J. Woods, Mr. and Mrs. Dcatsch, Rev. and Mrs. Fosey, Mr. and Mrs. V. Crabb, Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott, Mrs. Jennings. Mrs. L. Wilkinson and son Buster, Mrs. C. II. Wldmeyer, Miss L. McOfuis'and. Miss Anna Bell Roberts, Miss L,elo Holt, Miss Pauline Saun ders, Misses Maud and Marie Sayers, Miss Anna Wisdom and the Messrs. Archie Middleton, Flovd and Will Kellls. Wm. Deatsch, Hugh Sprunger and William Kagle. Sam Powell hiis received a letter from the east written by President McLane of the Black Rock Lt. mine, informing him that the company will soon be able to resume development work on a large scale. Mr. SlcLane Is expected here in a few weeks. The Black Rock Lt. is financed by a Can adian company, but was discovered by Sam Powell, one of our old time pros pectors. The mine is located near Sayersville, on the road to Constella tion and has a fine ore showing. J. A. Wilbourn, manager of the Ho tel Vernetta dining room left on a Charles Cartwright had a crew of men stacking hay Wednesday. Alvin Man and Sam McClure drove to Alhainbra with hay Thursday ex pecting to load a car at that place. On arriving they found no car there, so were compelled to drive on to Phoenix with the hay, where they secured a car and unloaded. ' Friday they took in more hay to finish the car load. M. List sold his hay baler to Shaw vcr & Trowbridge, the former owners of It. They are going to bale for J. A. Vinson, who is at present cutting and getting hay ready for the baler. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Moore of Phoe nix came out Sunday ami brought home Ruby Logue, who had been vis iting at their home. They went on and spent the da; with Mr. and Mrs. Wickey. The Misses Linnle end Etta Sheets are visiting Mrs. J. R. Sheets this week. Miss Etta has had a two weeks' vacation while Miss Linnle had - one week. They will return Friday even ing to Phoenix In order to be in their places. They are clerking, one at the Jones' Dry Goods company and the other at Goldwater'a. Mrs. M. C. jGlossbrenner drove to Phoenix Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Logue drove to Phoenix Saturday evening. They did their shopping early and then attended the show. Angle Price Is engaged In putting up another crop of hay on the Al Smoot ranch for the National ostrich ranclj. Mr. Harris is helping him. Delia Asher is housekeeper for Mrs. Sam Patterson for a few weeks. J. G. Brooks returned from a week's stay In the Mile-High City (Prescott) Tuesday. Mr. Brooks claims a gain In weight of one pound for every day he spent in Prescott. At that rapid rate Mr. Brooks could easily have stayed a month or six weeks. A. G. Smoot has installed a gasoline e-ngine and a 3.000-gallon tank at his home. Mr. Smoot finds that the larger his dairy herd is the more water he needs to keep things clean. Mrs. J. C-. Brooks drove to Glendale to meet Mr. Brooks when he returned Tuesday from Prescott, and they called on Mr. and Mrs. Williams of that place. Mr. and Mrs. Williams are old time friends of the Brooks', having lately come from Kentucky here. Mrs. Wil liams is a niece of Dr. Crain, who was at one time a resident of this neigh borhood, having owned a part of the Hill ranch while here. Mrs. Crain Is a sister of J. G. and M. B. Brooks. J. V. Doyle and Roy are haying this week. Frel Clark is assisting them. Fannie, Rebecca and Leolia Brooks were business visitors in the Capitol City Monday. Mrs. S. G. Rogers was also a Phoenix visitor Monday. The Cartwright Good Templar lodge met Tuesday night in regular session. After the business session, which con sisted of an election of officers, was closed the members enjoyed a good time. To add to the pleasure of the evening ice cream and cake, pie and fruit salad and watermelons were served. There was a large attendance The officers elected were: Chief Tem plar. M. B. Brooks; Past Chief Tem plar. Mrs. J. C. Brooks; Secretary, C V. Gulley; Vice Templar; Financial Secretary, Mrs. M.t'.H. Brooks; Vice Templar. Blanche -, List; Treasurer, Fannie Brooks. The remainder of the offices are to be filled by appointment at the next meeting. There will be no lodge meeting next Tueselay night on account of the Ice cream social to be given at Fowler on that night. J. J. Casey moved a bunch of beef cattle from the pasture on the J. G. Brooks ranch Tuesday on account of the sugar beet drainage water which he claimed was killing his cattle. Mr. and Mrs. Jhn Phelps visited Mrs. J. G. Brooks Sunday. W. C Williams left this week for Fowler, Cal.. going to the home of his son, D. A. Williams. W. C. Williams has been here since April with his other children Will 'Williams. Mrs. W. R. Bratton and Mrs. Edgar Brooks. Sir. and Mrs. Eelgar Brooks and chtl- (Contlnued on p( II) 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 111 1 I M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H It DEPARTMENT i iiii is hiiiiiiiiiiiiiihi flying business trip yesterday for Los Angeles. He expects to return Sunday. CIcorge Clarke and wife of Tucson are registered at the Hotel Vernetta. G. T. Woodward, traveling salesman for the Buster Brown Shoe company, of St. Louis, is here on business. George K. Truman of Phoenix Is here on business. Mrs. C. Zanettl has Just received a collection of beautiful shells from Los Angeles. They were sent by her daugh ter, Josie, who Is one of the Journal Miner party now enroute for the Se attle exposition. Sunday school at the First Presby terian church this Sunday will be fol lowed by church services. Christian Endeavor at S p.m. There will be another ball game with Congress before many Sundays pass. This time the game will be played on our own grounds. The following are guests of the Ho tel Vernetta that arrived on the mid night train: Mrs. Sarah Gerhart, Chris Beatty, Washington, D. C; L. B. Kellum, Pittsburg, Pa. Dick Roberts is in from his Golden Star group of claims. He says the Vulture is about tostart its mill. Letters received here by friends of Mrs. M. A. Roberts, who is spending her vacation on the coast, informs them that at present she is at Ocean View visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Roberts before returning to Wlckenburg, which will be in the lat ter part of October, will visit many parts of California. When In Wlckenburg stop at the HOTEL VERNETTA CAFE AND RESTAURANT The best in the city. Commutation tickets, 15 meals for $5.50. J. A. Wilbourn, Mgr. GENERAL BLACKSMITH Mine Work JOHN A. Phon Main 31. a Specialty. THRONE. Wickanburg, Ariz. SUMMER Demand Warm Baths With SOAP And gentle applications of Cuticura Ointment to soothe and dispel summer eczemas, prickly heat, itchings, chaf ings, sunburn, bites and stings. For everyday use in preserving, purifying and beautifying baby's tender skin Cuticura Soap and Cuti curaOintment have no rivals worthy of mention. Fold thmmtinut tli wnrM. Dpnw T-owlin. !7; ChrtrhouA si.: Pan. 10, Hue de la Champ d'Antin: Australta. R. Towns A Co.. HyAaty: India. B. K. Paul, Calcutta: Cnlna, Hnnr Konir hrvfCo.: Japan. Z. P. Maniya. Ltd.. Toklo: 80. Africa. I m Don. Ltd.. Cape Town, etc.: V. S. A.. Potter Drur Cliem. Corp.. Sole Propa- 13Cohjmbtu Av. Bnrton. F-Podt-trr. S2-pare Oit1n;im book trIHnK bow to preaerve. (jurtTy ud beauUty Uu tain aad atalp. Anyone contemplating spending the summer at Flagstaff will find all the modern conveniences and good service at Commercial Hotel. We keep all the Arizona papers on file. J. H. Dona hue, Mgr. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I'hoonlx, Arizona, Iind Office. July 20, 1309. Serial No. 001 G7. Notice Is hereby Riven that the SANTA KB PACIFIC RAILP.OAD COMPANY, by Howel Jones, its Land CoinniisRioner, has filed in this of fice Its application to enter, under the provisions of the Act of June 4, 18S7 (30 Stats., 3tf), the following described lands, viz: All of sections twenty-eight and twenty-nine, the cas-t half of the east half of section thirty-one, and all of sections thirty-two and thirty-three, in township four north, range one east of the Gila and Salt river meridian, in Arizona Any and all persons claiming ad versely the lands described or desiring to object because of the mineral char acter of the land, or for any other reason, to the disposal to the appli cant, should file their affidavits of protest in this office on or before the 2th day of August. 1909. FRANK H. PARKER, Register. CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office. 03149805. Phoenix, Arizona, June 23. 1909. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by George W. Peterson contestant, against Home stead Entry No. 5146. Serial 03149, made Jan. 31, 1905, for SE Sec. 1, Tp. IS, Range 2E, G. & S. R. Meridian, by Thomas Clark, deceased, contestee. In which It is alleged that said Thomas Clark, deceased, never established an actual bona fide residence on said land during his life time, and since his death for more than six months last past his hetrs have failed to maintain and keep up the improvements as re quired by law; that said homestead has been actually abandoned for more than ,..HHMHHHhm;Hi,H, H i t'l fimriiDA LU 1 IVUllii 3 AUCTIONS HELD EVERY SATURDAY WE BUY AND SELL ANYTHING. GOODS SOLD ON COMMISSION. W. W.HUTCHISON & SON 119 North First Ave. 4li I 1 M lillMIl I HiH-H "H'H A FULL Gas JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEE Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 13CJ-132 West Washington St ftiVK.vrj Quarter Section Glendale Loess $125.00 Per Acre In Cultivation Now This Price Holds Good for a Short Time Only PHOENIX TRUST CO. 16 West. Adams Street. six months last past; that the heirs of the said Thomas Clark, deceased, are non-resident and unknown; that one, Mrs. Ray, of Phoenix, Arizona, is the beneficiary under the will of the said Thomas Clark, deceased; that the said beneficiary, Mrs. Ray, has failed to keep up the improvements on said land for more than six months last past. Said partiae are hereby notified to ap pear, respond, and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on November 16. 1909, before the Register and Receiver at the United States Land Office in Phoenix, Ari zona. The said contestant having, in a proper affidavit, filed July 6, 1909. set forth facts which show that after due diligence pe.sonal service of this notice can not be made, it is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publication. CHAS. E. ARNOLD. Receiver. notice for publication. Phoenix. Arizona, Land Office. July 20, 1909. Serial No. 061S5. . Notice is hereby (riven trrat the SANTA FE PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY, by Howel Jones, '.ts Land Commissioner, has filed in this office its application t enter, under the pro visions of the Act of June 4. 1S97 (30 Stats., 3ti), the following described lands, viz: The northeast quarter of the south east quarter, and the southeast quar ter of the northeast quarter of sec tion six, and the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter, and the south- COLLECTIONS QIVE me a trial on your collec tions next month aud let me show you that I can do it better and cheap er than you can for yourself. WESLEY KNORPP at The Republican Main 47 - M - H H'i1"H"i"K l-H-H M"M"Mf- M H 1! I il 1 1 l Wft S S 1 M'-l-H LINE OF Ranges I west quarter of the northwest quarter of section five, in township four north of range one east of the Gila and Salt river meridian, Arizona. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the lands described or desiring to object because of the mineral char acter of the land, or for any other rea son, to the disposal to the applicant, rhould file their affidavit of protest in this office on or before the 2Cth day of August. 3909. FRANK H. PARKER. Register. iminiiiiiiiiuiiiiiii' t You Shoold I Take advantage of the X present prices on the f Ilomewood' and Monte X Vista five-acre lots. fall. Come in and let J j us tell you about tnem y and our easy home- makers' terms. j Dwight B. Heard j :: Center and Adams Sts. ;: H H'ffH'i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 't 1 1 1 A FEW CHOICE BARGAINS. 4-room frame house, good shade trees. Price J 1,000. Easy terms. 4-room doby house, good porches, S lots, good out building, also shade trees. Price $1000. HMf down. Best finished 8-room brick house in the city. Modern. Fronts west, good sleeping rooms. Price $3750. Half down. Good 3-room frame house, full sized lot, 2 portable houses In the rear. All fo- J4C3. Cash. We have some very choice houses for rent, furnished or unfurnished. JOHN BIGLEY, WITH COLE BROS, 210 West Washington St, COSTLEY & THOMPSON'S REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. 31 W. Adams St. These Wont Last LongYou'll Have To Hurry. A beautiful 20-acre country home place on the Indian School road and the now car line ex tension. Good six-room house, barn, chicken houses, well and and abundance of fruit of all kinds. Balance in alfalfa. This is a snap Tor $6,500. Terms to suit. Choice 10-acre ranch with new 4-room house, barn, brick incu bator and brooder house, 60 fruit trees, good well, i acres in al falfa. An exception bargain at $3,650. One-third cash, balance terms. Choice 160 acres in the orange belt adjoining large orange grove. $175.00 an acre. 10 acres fronting on Cave Creek road in alfalfa, A snap at $2,100. H.C. Thomas Real Estate & lev. Co. Opposite Indian School. Phone County 13.