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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1909.
BIGGEST ATTRACTION YET TO COME.
Monday, ut 1:30 o'clock. 28 city lots will be thrown on the market with
out price, or limit. Every person attending the Kale has on opportu-
nity to make the investmentof their lives. To own a lot In the
l-st part of Phoenix means a sure 100 per cent profit Quick.
Transportation will be furnished free to all who call at
YOUR TICKET GOOD TILL TUESDAY.
Tickets to the fair are good till Tuesday, nnd visitors should by all
means remain over and attend the popular auction of city lots. These
are most desirably situated in the highest and most popular part
of the city, and will prove a paying Investment or a very
No. 5 West Washington. Ask for the Arizona Auction
ami Development Company.
desirable place to build a home. All lots will lace on an
i so-foot avenue.
23 Beautiful Building Lots
Near the Brill Car Li win tj
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER
Mil. v 0n MOnday' NoTenlber 15, at 2 o'clock.
. tnrely be given away as the sale Masses Onllf0 Mth?e J16 Birds Vosi
Roosevelt and Portland Streets progresses- 0ne lid block of twenty-eight lots on
The highest and most popular resident district
mTheloe8 aeveTr 50i? W"h in
Are one-third larger than WtrilyTS Jw t&S
Nice Homesite or an Investment
ARIZONA AUCTION I DEVELOPMENT CO.
... -Awxiiuuxv, Auctioneer.
FIVE BIG THANKSGIVING TUR
KEYS TO BE GIVEN AWAY MONDAY
Every person who attends the sale of 28 lots at auction
Monday will have five chances to get a big turkey free.
The turkeys will be given away during the sale to those who
mend, w hether they are buyers or not. At the Kale last week
Mr. J. L. Irvin got the big white Holland gobbler, and a finer bird
vou seldom see.
The remarkable success of the Arizona Auction
i & fjevelopmen t Company in handling real estate at
"Popular Auctions" has never been equaled in the West.
Their first sale amounted to nearly twenty-five thousand
dollars. Since then a number of verv successful auctions have
been held, and each with the most gratifying results. The sale to
be held Monday promises to be one of their very best, and every person
who does not attend will miss an opportunity.
TERMS OF SALE One-third Cash: balance in six and twelve months,
with interest at 8 per cent on deferred payments.
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I OF LOCAL INTERESTS!
SHIPPED BACK The Ford. Co
lumbia and Buick automobiles that
came overland from Los Angeles have
Wn shipped back by train.
CHURCH BOARD MEETING
Thre will be a meeting of the board
..f stewards at the Central Methodist
rhurvh Monday evening at 7:30.
EXHIBITS IN WOMAN'S DE
PARTMENT It is announced that
lh- exhibits remaining in the woman's
department at the fair may be se
cured this afternoon, if they are called
for at the grounds. After today all
that are not called for will be taken
to the fair office in the Hotel Adams.
LATTER DAY SAINTS Elder . F.
M. Sheehy, of the Reorganized church
. f Jesus Christ of Latter Day Paints,
will speak in the Plaza at 1 p. m. Sab
bath school in a hall over Dorris' gro
cery at 2:4S p. m. Prayer meeting in
the hall at 3:50 p. m. Will E. Pender,
missionary. 1329 E. Adams street.
TANNER CHAPEL A. M. E.
CHURCH Corner Second and Jeffer
son sreets. Rev. H. Franklin Bray,
pastor, residence 113 S. Second street.
Phone Black 8351. Sabbath services:
U:4ri Sabbath school, Mrs. F. McAl
ston, superintendent: 11:00. preaching,
subject: "The Unshaken Pillars.:" 12.
class meeting: 7:00, praise services,
Samuel Steele, leader: 7:30. preaching,
subject. "Elements That Go to Make
an Ideal Wife." The public is cor
dially invited to each of these ser
vices. FIRST METHODIST SERVICES
There will be a cordial welcome for
everybody at "the people's church."
The pastor. Rev. Robert S. Fisher Is
having a rapidly growing congrega
tion, which is suggestive of his ex
perience in other places where he has
much success in crowd getting
Sunday morning he will have for his
subject a beautiful Old Testament
svmbolism, "The Bells of the Horses."
Thf evening service will be marked by
tqx-cial features, which will include a
sermon on "A Wandering Boy." and
the choir will sing, "Where Is My
Wandering Boy Tonight?" As a pre
lude to the- sermon the pastor will
give a short talk on "Lessons From
the Fair." The church is convenient
ly located at the corner of Second ave
nue and Monroe streets.
FOR SALE Bargain in two elegant
lots on North Second avenue by owner
leaving city. Address K. R. S., Re
Health seekers, see Howard's Ranch
advertisement in today's Issue.
St. Louis. Nov. 13. Broughton
Brandenburg, charge! with enticing
James Cabanne. Jr.. away from home,
was found guilty this evening and
fined J.'.on. it is said that he will ap
WASHINGTON'S NEW POSTMASTER
Washington. Nov. 13. Dr. C. P.
Granfield, first assistant postmaster
general, was appointed today city
postmaster at Washington, D. C, suc
ceeding the late Benjamin Barnes. He
has been in the postal service twenty
A SUCCESS WITH PIGEONS.
A Girl Uses Trap Nest in Mating
and Attributes Success to It.
A young lady of Delphi, Ind., has a
a pigeon loft to hold nearly 3000
birds, bhe is very successful In breed
ing and raising birds.
She mates the birds by using trap
nests and is an expert in the line of
mating, claiming that in the proper
mating Is the basis for success- in
When the birds are two weeks old
the leg is banded with a number and.
a record kept of it.
When four weeks old they ire ex
amined as to their qualifications for
breeders and if not suitable they are
sold as squabs.
No squab Is allowed a greater age
than four weeks, for at that age they (
leave the nest and lose weight rap
idly. If the bird Is wanted for breeding
at six weeks of age it is put In the
mating room, where there are a num
ber of trap nests, large and roomy,
and in these she gets the mate soal
affinity, I suppose.
After mating is established they are
assigned to the lofts.
She ships about 500 pairs of breed
ing birds every year at from 32 to
$2.50 per pair and supplies private I
families and restaurants in near-by-cities
with squabs. f I
They are neatly dressed and pucked '
Her beginning was in a small way
and in that fact lies the iey to Her
success she moved cautiously until
she "acquired a thorough knowledge of
Her houses, lofts and files are mod
els of neatness.
The house is lined throughout with
tarred paper. It is subdivided into1
compartments large enough to ac- j
commodate fifty pairs of birds.
Each compartment is supplied with (
self-feeding boxes and running water
from cement fountains These nest-j
ing rooms are 8 by 10 feet high
boxes for nests are arranged on both
the longer sides. j
The files are 10 by 15 feet high and
are constructed of wire netting.
Each loft Is provided with its own
fly so that there is peace among the'
Every three weeks the rooms are
all disinfected by spraying thoroughly-
She feeds regularly and by means
of self-feeding boxes in every loft. j
In winter the feed consists of one
part wheat and two parts cracked
corn. In summer the quantifies are
Twice a week millet kaffir corn, or
Canada peas are substituted. -.
Cost of keeping is 60 to Tocents per
pair per year.
Each pair of breeders will average
nine pairs of squabs each season and
sometimes as high as ten or eleven.
The greater number are sold as
squabs, as only the very best are re
served for breeders.
A visit to her lofts is interesting,
indeed. When a stranger enters all
is commotion and the birds fly to
their quarters In seeming fear.
When the owner ent rs all is
changed. They leave their lofts and
gather around her In perfect confidence.
FOOTBALL PLAYER DIES
Grand Rapids. Ohio. Nov. 13. Royal
Vogel. - a school boy injured two
weeks ago In a football game, died
THREE BEST BUYS
Half block of five lots near the Library; some shade; oil for JxOO.
Nice, well-built 6-room brick, with fine shade, lawn, flowers and fruit,
and two large lots. This Is a modern place, and for quick sale Is of
fered at 20 to 25 per cent below market value. Location choice. See us
or particulars. "
Forty acres choice orange or general purpose soil, four miles north
west; fenced and partly in alfalfa. This is as good as any of your 200 or
J2r.fi acre land and for a few days we. An sell It to you at 10 per acre.
Robert A. Watkins .
Specialties in Real Estate. Insurance, Notary Public,
21 East Adams Street. Phone, Main 331.
Stock Saddles; the "PORTER" Saddle
Navajo Hugs and Blankets, Silver Bits and Spurs,
Complete Stock of Harness Goods, Hair Hat Bands,
Fobs and Leather" Novelties.
Our Line of the Above is Unquestionably the finest
in the territory.
N. Porter Saddle & Harness Co.
40 W. Washington St.
$Tm0 A dandy 4-rooi furnished brick
house; large rooms: wide verandas: elec
tricity and water In house? large lot to
alley; two blocks from car line; near
Reboot, northwest. This property should
rent for $'! per month. Iretty good
income on $20ii0 invested; $ll'" will han
dle it. If you want a home, or an in
vestment tliat can he easily sold at an
advance, look into this. '
jjriOO lvn"t miss this chance to get a
modern little bungalow. Vlose in, und
two nice, shady lots,. iiixlSO each. Very
large reception hall or living room. Must
be seen to be appreciated. Half cash
will handle this; balance like rent. This
hnx never been occupied.
$12,500 We have a fine business prop
erty close in now renting fr a hun
dred dollars per month; lot Hmxl37: half
of frontage vacant: suitable location for
flats or apartment house. Four thou
sand cash will handle It. Iajiik time
$5000 For Exchange Clear of Incum
brance 5-room residence with screen
room; large lot. r.Hxl.".0: In southwest, be
tween Sixteenth and Pico streets. Los
Angulcs. California. Want Phoenix city
or country. Will assume on good value
and put in some cash. What have you?
Crescent Realty Co.
127 North Second Street.
Telephone Main 69.
MRS MALONE AND THE
BUICK ARRIVE FIRST.
Mrs. O'Brien Why, bless my life,
Mrs. Malone, and when did you get
Mrs. Malone Me? why bless yore
fair face I just came in this noon. I
came from LOS ANGELES on the
Buick with Mr. Nikrent. Say. but that
auld disart did floy past us like a
cyclone. We shure had a foine trip.
And say. don't you know Mrsther
Nickrent says as how Ol was his mas
cot, that's as how he won the race.
Say. Mrs. O'Brien how's my old friend,
Mrs. O'Brien O. Mrs. Malone, you
Just go down and see them, they have
the finest store In the burg. Why,
they have the best Lenolium and
stoves and heaters and all kinds of
granite ware. Then they have the
purtiest BRASS, BEDS I ever saw.
And say, don't you know Misther
spring is shure a hummer. They have
all kinds of Mattresses, Comforts,
Blankets and Pillows, Sanitary
Couches, fine Dressers, Chiffoniers,
Rockers and Chairs; nice Mission Ex
tension Tables and Mission Chairs, and
say they have just got in a fine lot
'of cut glass.
Mrs. Malone Why bless me I want
a piece of CITT GLASS for a wedding
now, so Ta, Ta, I am going to
MASSIE . SONS.
114 West Washington St.
Phone Main 257.
Waists with, a
The special for this week
One-Fourth Off Regular Price
. Visit our Ladies' Emporium. It
Will Interest You
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Parker Townsite Map
Map of the Parker Townsite now on sale. Mailed to any address
upon receipt of price, L Address PARKER MAP CO, Parker, Aria.