THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1909.
We Have Several
At lowest prices Salt River Valley
Lands will ever reach.
PHOENIX TRUST CO.
16 West Adams Street.
who has his mind set on securing a tract of
orchard ground in a locality and under
conditions that will insure him the hest
opportunity for the future is confronted
with scores of land propositions with so
many varying claims of superiority-that a
choice is hard to make.
different points should he considered in
fixing the value of the land and arriving at
a decision where to buy, namely. Soil,
Water, Location, Transportation, Markets
and Conveniences. 1
Before buying it is to your interest to go
and be your own judge as to merits in
comparison with all other fruit lands.
IT'S THE SOIL.
Phone Main 280. Next to Postoffice.
H I i I I I 1 1 1 1 I MI Ti l l 1 1 1 1 I I I;
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Improved Real Estate.
Good Mortgages bought
E. A. MARSHALL
Real Estate and Mort
7 W. Adams St.
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Adams Street and
ON THE MftRHET
The Cheapest Buy for First-Class
If you wish to build your own home, here you can
get a lot at a low price, and it is in the prettiest part
of residential Phoenix. These lots are located one
Mock north of Carnegie Library; city water, gas and
. CjjCCf and up per lot. Each
qv?ou 50sl40 feet
Big shade trees fronting lots.
$1800 Building' Restrictions
VALLEY REALTY & TRUST COMPANY
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR KING'S PLACE LOTS 34 WEST ADAMS ST.
'i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 h 1 1 1 1 1 immi m-
Buys a good 40-acre ranch and
about 40 head of stock, 16 head
of milk cows, 20 head of young
cattle, 4 head of horses, to
gether with all implements on
For terms and other informa
tion, see me at once.
A. R. TAYLOR.
7 West Adams St.
MM1 I I I Mil III H 1 1 lit
is the Ideal spot for a cogy
home By f;ir the finest locu
tion in Phoenix, and its assured
increase "In valuo makes it the
most desirable iilace for Invest
ment. $10 DOWN-
buys one of these beautiful lots
5UxlS5 feet, with water piped to
H. C. Thomas Real Es
tate and Investment Co.
End Indian School Car Line.
Greene & Griffin
Real Estate t Investment Co.
E. J. Bennitt & Co.
t r 1 ink! . c.
id ana 10 11. center ji.. n
For SaleCity Special
5 -room brick and 8 lots, well Im
proved, choice location in outskirts
of city. Trice, on easy terms and
low interest, ulilv $:!."i00.
FOR SALE, COUNTRY SPECIAL.
20 acres only 2 miles from center
of city. Mostly in alfalfa; frame
house, shade and fine soil. Price
now,, only i-00 per acre.
ROBERT A. WATKINS
Real Estate, Insurance, Notary Public.
21 K. Adums St.
1 Have you a wife, a mother or a
sweetheart? If so, see Bigley for a
i lovely home. A place in town or a
nice 10-acre ranch well improved, or
a 50-acre ranch with a good orchard.
' A lovely home in town of 19 lots and
' a new 8-room frame house furnished;
chickens and all outbuildings.
Also some very nice houses to rent
furnished or unfurnished. Also single
rooms cheap. Call, we take pleasure
I In showing.
With Cole Iiros..
210 West Washington. '
I have a bargain In
a relinquishment. I-and is part
ly fenced and cleared. Good
new house. Can get flood water
and at least forty acres ready
for putting into crop. Good
neighborhood. Good ditch.
C. S. BERRYMAN CO.
Keal Kstate and Insurance, 40
North First Street.
Home Site, in Phoenir
"Beautiful West Adams." Buy a lot now. Before
next spring they should be worth double present
prices. These lots Avill be placed on the market
September 1. See us early.
fj C C f and up per lot. Each
qOOU 50x110 feet.
Big shade trees fronting lots.
A SPLENDID STRUCTURE, COM
PLETE IN EVERY DETAIL.
A Building of Which Tempe May Be
Through the courtesy of L. G. Knipe,
who has been closely associated with
the building of the Tempe Union High
School, The Republican is able this
morning to present the latest view of
th building, which at the time the
picture was taken was practically
completed. All that was then required
to put it in complete shape to be
turned over to the board was the nec
essary finishing touches and the
cleaning up of the grounds.
This has since been done, arid the
building was examined by a commit
tee from the board last Saturday af
ternoon. Atter looking over each fea
ture of the structure the members of
the board in attendance held a meet
ing and the building was officially ac
cepted upon certain -conditions. These
conditions were merely that the
grounds be placed in clean shape, all
rubbish removed, etc. This is now
being done and the building wil be in
perfect condition for the opening of
school on the 7th of September.
The building was constructed at a
cost of about $37,OOft, and it is diffi
cult to sec how more could have been
obtained for the money. The struct
ure is a model of convenience, careful
pains having been taken in every de
tail. The building Is well equipped
with recitation, rooms. superintend
ent's office arid a reception room. The
office of the superintendent contains
a large safe built in the wall, in
which all valuables of the Institution
may be kept in perfect safety out of
danger of fire or destruction of any
A feature of the building that will
be much appreciated by the students
and public alike is the auditorium. It
is equipped with a raised stage and is
well lighted. It. Is so aranged that by
ojienlng the doors between it and the
library the two rooms become prac
tically one, giving the auditorium a
large seating capacity. The library is
also well lighted and neatly and con
veniently arranged with tables and
shelves, any of the books for It have
already arrived and more wilt be forth
coming at no late date.
The chemical laboratory Is a splen
did one. The floors and tables, are of
wood stone, making them safe against
action of chemicals, and the test rooms
are metal-lined and well ventilated.
The storage 'clonets for chemicals are
also metal-lined and are practically
fireproof. In cage fire should break
out in the rooms it would be impos
sible for any other portion of the
building to be damaged.
The manual training and domestic
science departments are models. They
are perfectly equipped with all nec
essary apparatus. The gymnasium is
a splendid one and has shower baths
The jdan of heating and cooling the
building is a very modern one. In ad
dition to the furnace there is a system
of fans which, when in operation, dis
tribute the heat through he pipe uni
formly. In warm weather this same
system less the furnace is also used, !
the fan blowing over a bed of char- '
coal, automatically kept dam, will
lower the temperature of the room to
almost any desired degree. I
The building as a whole is one of
which Tempe may well be proud, but
to be fully appreciated should be vis
ited and inspected in person.
AL MILLER'S FUNERAL '
THIS AFTERNOON AT 3
MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY AR
The Funeral Will Be Under the Aus
pices of the Masons Rev. Fisk
The funeral of Al Miller, who met
such a tragic death in an automobile
accident near Goldfield early Sunday
morning, will he held this afernoon
at 3 o'clock. Announcement of the
hour could not be made yesterday
morning on account of the absence of
members of the family, and it was
not then known when they would ar
rive. Yesterday afternoon, however,
the daughter. Miss Emma Miller, Mrs.
Halhert and James McNeil arrived
from Is Angeles, and in the evening
Mis. J. I- Haigler and Mrs. L- D. Yea
ger arrived from Flagstaff. On the
evening train from Kelvin, Jackson
Halbcrt also arrived. The funeral will
be held at the Miller home under the
auspices of the Masonic order, of
which the deceased was a member.
Rev. Ki.sk, pastor of the M. E. church,
There are few additional details of
the accident that were not related In
the story of the disaster yesterday
morning. Halbert Miller Is of the
opinion that the machine was not go
ing at the rate of speed stated in the
paper, but Dr. Moeur Is convinced It
was going every bit that fast. Both
agree, though, that the speed was ter
rific, else the machine could not have
turned so completely as it did. In
going over it made the complete turn
off the ground. Halbert says that as
he fell he could see daylight under the
car an It turned over. Had it not
been for the Iron arm in all probabil
ity Mr. Miller would have suffered
little or no injury. Aside from that
fatal blow his body was scarcely
Tempo's New High School Building.
scratched. The rod entered at the
right nipple and pierced the lung.
Even after such an injury Mr. Miller
remained conscious for a few minutes
and tried to assist in lifting the car
off his body. As the car was raised,
however, and the rod was drawn from
his body he lost consciousness and
passed away In less than five minutes
The car was less damaged that was
at first reported. Parties were sent
out for it with a wagon yesterday.
Strayed Dark, blocky bay mare:
shod, collar saddle marks, weight 1000,
at Tempo on Saturday. Charles F.
20 acres with good
house, nice shade,
northeast, 1 mile from
city. Will sell 10 acres
for $300 per acre.
Harry Kay & Company
9 West Adams Street.
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buys 40 acres In fine alfalfa,
fenced and cross-fenced, on cor-
ner, small house, shade.
See us at once if you want a
Page Hanlen & Co. i
43 West Adam St.
Phone Red 3911.
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Restaurant and Four Furnished Rooms
for rent, adjoining Postoffice. Apply to
Farmers and Merchants Bank
tun i m huh 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
I By drinking our Sparkling Soda
T Hires Root Beer and Coca. Cola
Phone 231. LAIRD
fill M 1 1 1 I I 1 1 I I I' I I M I II
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Is prepared to meet the
perfectly sanitary and whose purity is a known I
scientific certainty. For sale bj all first class I
PACIFIC CREAMERY COMPANY.
H I I I H I I I I I I I I I M H I H
NEW LINE OF SHOES
Just received a big line of Shoes suited for ev
ery walk of life. Men's, Women's and Children's.
WATCH THIS SPACE FOR FURTHER
W. LUKIN CASH STORE
Remember, we are headquarters for Normal, High
and Public School Books, as well as all School Sup
plies. Harmer's Drug Store.
Hugh Laird and wife have returned
from the exposition at Seattle and re
port a very enjoyable trip.
There were frequent light showers
of rain yesterday. Just enough to cool
the air a little.
AN AUTO PARTY
BACK FROM DAM
The Jepsen and Pa f ford auto par
ties returned early Sunday afternoon
from a pleasant run to Roosevelt. The
trip was made without special inci
dent of any kind, barring one- or two
punctures. No effort was made to
make time, and about six hours was
consumed each waq. The members of
the parties went for the purpose of
seeing the points of interest at the
dam and along the way, and were
riot in any hurry. The better part of
Saturday night was devoted to looking
over the dam and the return trip was
started early Sunday forenoon. It
was the first visit to the dam that
most of the members of the parties
had made, and they enjoyed every de
tail of the trip.
NOTES OF NEWS.
Justice of the Peace Ed Oarr pre
sided at the Mesa court yesterday in
the absence of Judge Irwin.
G. A. Goodwin is cleaning up his
novelty store with the expectation .of
opening" again, the first of the month.
The stock will be increased and im
The city gets a run of irrigating
water this morning at 5 o'clock.
Charles Onilson leaves today for
Sun Flower with a load of supplies.
The Ladies' Aid society' of the
Christian church will 'meet Thursday
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. Thomas Goodwin.
Jay Webb leaves today for his home
in Roosevelt. He has been spending
a few days here with friends on his
return from a trip to Seattle.
Mrs. V. II. Kasterwood and daugh
ter, Miss Iva Kasterwood. returned
Sunday from a very pleasant outing
on the coast.
Fm W. Griff en.
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and eating our delicious Ice Cream. X
on tap. We strive to please.
& DINES. Druggists, f
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demands for a milk that ia I
M H I I I I ll M I II 1 1 I IM t H rf
LAID FOR SALE In small or
or large tracts, with or without
houses. Houses in Tempe for sale or
rent. If you want to rent call at
once, or write to A. B. TOMLINSON,
Real Estate Agent and Notary Pub
lic. Tempe. Ariz.
McClellan and Bridon
Masons and Builders.
Concrete and Cement
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TRY THE OLIVE
t For meals that are best
in every respect
MMM 1 1 I IH I I II I I 1 1 1 I I Ut
rH"W'lft"M"M"H'WIHll I I t-
DON'T COURT TROUBLE.
Court a girl; it's the same
thing. But when you want bar- X
gains in granite ware and
dishes, see us; we can save
you some money.
FINCH & CARE,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS
, Tempe, Ariz.
131, Finch; 436, Carr.
PEACH ICE CREAM
AT EASTER WOOD'S
Something of Interest to every
South Sider. Boost home trade.
Come and look over our line
before you spend your car fare.
We are always glad to show
the goods. And we have them
to show. Believe us. "The lat
est patterns in fancy Ginghams
and Winter Dress Goods." "The
finest Blankets made on the
market and some perfect dreams
in Comforters." All at
THE ARIZONA MERCANTILE
'I1IH1IM 1 1 I till I 1 I I I I 1 1 I l
Here a while there a while,
Aimlessly you roam; )"
See R. A. WINDES
at once and buy a dandy home.
W'l'H ...H. "M "W 1 l"H"H"l 1
Bicycle Repairing, Machine Repairing,
Electrical Work, Wheels for Rent, all
to be found at
Stand, opposite the Olive Hotel.
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