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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1918
PAGE SEVEN FIRST HONOR FLAG IN COUNTY 111 BY Legal Advertising AX ORDKR OK THE CITY COMMIS SION OK THE CITY OK PHOENIX DIRECTING THE SALES OF WINDS OK SAID CITY AND A NO TICE CALLING FOR SEALED PROPOSALS FOR THE PURCH ASE OF SAME. With an average subocriptlon close li fur each of its 58 employes, the Maricopa Creamery went over the top rvstenUy in th- Fourth Liberty loan, nd won the first honor flair to be anardrd any business establishment tn this county. If nut In the entire state. The total Mihsrriptlnn of employes of the company I" Jj.ouo, and every single one of them has subscribed for one or morn bonds. An honor roll, bearin? th names of every employe, w as hunt? esterday t wo days before the formal cpnin(f of the campaign. "We are Indeed proud of the record mide by our employes in subscribing 100 per cent to the fourth loan two riaya before the opening of the cam rin,M ail 1. H. Webster, manager f the company, yesterday. "Our cm T loyes range in ace fiom 13 to 73 years. Some are at present sick in bed, some have wives In the hospital, others are shortly to leave for tho war. In the case of many people circumstances such as these would serv as excuses for not subscribing, but in every In stance our employes have willingly made the sacrifice necessary to buy a bond. "I certainly hope that what the Maricopa Creamery has done along this line will be an Incentive to every other firm and business house in Phoe riT and the countv." said Webster, "We all felt that if we could go over the top with a 100 per cent subscrip tion before the campaign opened that many other firms would want to do the same thing. Naturally the dif (triilties of obtaining a 100 per cent anhscription become greater as the number of employes Increase, but I am sure that what we have done, many others will try to do, and I hope they will all succeed. The following names are on the r.onor roll of the Maricopa Creamery: Roy. Ames, Chris Anderson, C. C. Fames. H. W. Barber, H. C. Barrett, R. N. Bishop. E. Kecklund, A. E. Banks, f-d P. Brown, E. K. Brown. A. J. Crow dr. Cecil E. Davis. William Drey, noyn Dodos, o. s. Davis, W. J. Dert ing. George Khlen. W. R. Esselstyn, C, K. Wkas. C. L. Fitzsimmons, Sven P. t-iberg. Kre.l Fuss. C. Gordon. B. O. Henderson. W. S. Hohson. J. H. Hill K. j. Humphreys, (I. W. Hancock, Asa . W ilhamson. Lawrence Jensen, .1. A, Johnston, A. J. Karlson. Kmery Kays, p.. I. Ketchum, C. A. Kramer, George uewenyn, ,. II. Lineliargor, C. 1 Marrietta, .1. E. Maule. .1. J. Mayer, R. . Milier. Fred N. Munds, James Mul 'en. W. H. McCaulcy. Chester McCon- ell. F. W. Nelsun. C. H. Nea!, L. H Pslmcrlee, K. C. Patton, Floyd. Robin son. C. T. Story, S. C. Turner, D. B. Webster, F. 1!. Wright. Thomas Wat son. A. 1".. Weaver, Charles Vaughn. o PLAN TO MARKET ORDINANCE NO. 233 AN ORDINANCE DIRECTING THE PREPARATION OF BONDS OF THE CITY OK PHOENIX TO THE AMOUNT OK $100,000.00 AS AU THORIZED BY ORDINANCE NO. 230. AND AS APPROVED AT THE SPECIAL ELECTION HELD OX THE 6TH DAY OF AUGUST, 191S. AND PROVIDING FOR THE SALE OF SAID BONDS. Legal Advertising GREAT POTATO CROP The l.u first gatherings of farmers which have ever been assembled in Co conino county recently met in both Williams and Flagstaff to consider la bor and marketing questions. The in creasing acreage of potatoes in the county has made it necessary for tne trowers to co-operate In the harvest ;rjr and marketing of the surplus. The County Farm Bureau Marketing committee has been active for some time and with the experience of last tr' work are in a position to give valuable service. Co-operative plans have been entered Into for handling h feature of the marketing problem. .Sicks are being secured, graders are being Installed so that the products sold through the Farm l?urc;i will be tullv inspected and only a standard quality will be disposed of. The chairman of the marketing com mute has been authorized to act as official salesman in southern Arizona here he w ill travel and make sales for the association. Theprices will be gov erned by the prevailing prices in the territory where sales are proposed. A labor committee has also been se lected and at the same meetings It was arranged to bring In 100 Indians to bo distributed among potato growers on HtrlxT 1 to help handle the potato crop. WHEREAS, under Ordinance No. 230, providing for the issuance of bonds of the City of Phoenix, in the aggre gate amount of One Hundred Thousand 1100,000) Dollars, the proceeds thereof to be used for the purpose of acquiring additional pumping plants to supply said City with water, said works to be owned and controlled by said City, th3 city election therein provided for was held on the date therein named, to-wit: August 6th, 1918, at which said election a majority of the property taxpayers ot said City of Phoenix, who in all other respects were qualified electors in said City, voting at said election, voted in favor of the issuance of said bonds as appears by the certificate duly madj by the said City Commission of the said City of Phoenix on August 19th, 1918 and duly recorr.ed in the office of the County Recorder of the County of Maricopa, State of Arizona, and WHEREAS, by virtue of said ordi nance and the result of said election, as shown by said certificate, it is now made the duty of the said City Com mission of the said City of Phoenix lo proceed to carry out the object of sucn election NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT OR DAINED BY THE COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PHOENIX, AS FOL LOWS: SECTION 1. That the City Mana ger is hereby directed to have prepared bonds of the City of Phoenix, County of Maricopa, State of Arizona, in the aggregate sum of $100,000.00 of the de nomination of Five Hundred ($300.00; Dollars each, to be numbered consecu tively from one (1) to two hundred (200) inclusive, and to bear the date of the issuance thereof which shall be che date when the same shall be executed by the Mayor and City Clerk. Said bonds shall bear interest at the rate of five and one-half (5') per centum per annum, payable semi-annually on the first days of January and July respect ively of each year. They shall be made payable to bearer and coupons for the Interest shall be attached to each ol said bonds so that the same may be re moved therefrom without mutilating the bonds and each of said bonds shall be slcned by the Mayor and attested by the City Clerk, and each of said cou pons shall bear a facsimile of the rig natures of the said Mayor and City Clerk as such signatures appear on said bonds. Both the principal and in terest on said bonds shall be made payable in gold coin of the United States of America, of the present standard of weight and fineness, at the office of the City Treasurer of the City of Phoenix, Maricopa County, State of Arizona, or at such place as may be agreed upon by and between the May or and the purchaser or purchasers of said bonds, the place of payment thereof, if so agreed upon to be men tioned in said bonds. The form of said bonds shall be sub stantially as follows: ADDITIONAL WATER WORKS BOND of the CITY OF PHOENIX. $300.00 No. such bidder shall not. purchase said bonds at the price named by him in his said bid; provided, that said bonds shall not be sold for less than par with accrued interest. It is further ordered that a copy of this order and of this ordinance shall be published for at least four consec utive weeks before said date set for said sale In the Arizona Republican and the Arizona Gazette, daily news papers published within the said City of Phoenix, State of Arizona, together with a notice signed by the City Clerk, that sealed proposals will be received by said- City Commission of said 3ity of Phoenix for the purchase of baid bonds on or before the day and hour named in said order and as provided therein. SECTION 3. WHEREAS, there is an urgent necessity that the pumping plants to be purchased and installed from the proceeds of the bonds herein before mentioned shall be purchased and installed at the earliest possible moment, and WHEREAS, the immediate preser vation of the public health, welfare and safety of the City demands that this ordinance shall take effect immediately. JsOW, THEREFORE, an emergency is hereby declared to exist and this or dinance is hereby declared to be ex empt from the referendum provision of the City Charter and this ordinance shall take effect and become operative from and after its passage and hp proval by the Mayor. PASSED by the Commission of the City of Phoenix this 19th day of Sep tember, 1918. APPROVED this 19th day of Sep tember, 1918. C. H. DUNLAP, Vice Chairman. Attest: FRANK THOMAS, City Clerk. MESA NEWS AND Of The Leading Business Houses ADVERTISING of the Prosperous "GATE CITY" 2 MESATO CELEBRATE PAVING WITH UK E MESA, Sept 26. Mesa will celebrate the completion of its first block of paving by a street dance to be held Saturday night for the benefit of the Mesa Red Cross. The dance will be on the "jitney" order and will com mence at 8:30 o'clock. The commit tee that has the entertainment in charge is sparing no effort to make the affair a success, ana a gooa time is oromised all who attend. The dance will he held on the finished paving, which lies on Main street, between MacDonald and Center streets. work is known, it is believed that the Mexican will shortly be apprehended. ' A similar occurrence took place in the same store a few days ago, but with a different ending. It was circus day, and a Mexican was seen hang ing around the Panama hat counter. The clerks tried to sell him a hat, but he wasn't needing any. Soon after. When all were busy, he disappeared and shortly thereafter his old hat was found on the floor. George Johnson, tne proprietor, went out on the streets and after a brief search located his man, and none too gently marched him beck to the store, where the cul prit made indignant denial, bfft ac cepted the inevitable when the Pan ama was removed from his head and his old lid jammed on with more of emphasis than grace. ATHLETICS CALLED OFF Republican A. P. Leased Wire GREAT LAKES. 111.. Sept. 25. Be cause of the epidemic of Spanish influ enza, athletics nt the Great Lakes naval training station came to a sudden but temporary halt today. Captain William A. Moffett, the commandant, ordered the final game of the baseball series between 'ireat Lakes and Norfolk ailed off. Football practice also will be nrtailed but the team will be ler nittcd to make the trip to Iowa City, la., next Saturday to play Iowa University. NOTICE To every unpaid subscriber to the Republican In full accord with our warnings for the past month, and ag ordered by the War Industries Board, no subscription t0 the Republican will b delivered, by carrier or mall that is not paid In advance. If this includes you pay this week Do not mlsa getting the Republi can Monday morning. REMIT DIRECT TO V. D. JOHNSON, MESA. Southiidt Agent for tha Arizona Republican The City of Phoenix. State of Arl zona, for value received, promises to pay to bearer the sum of Five Hundred ($500.00) Dollars in gold coin of the United States of America, of the pres ent standard of weight and fineness, on the first clay of July, 1938, with interest thereon at the rate of five and one-half (5'4) per centum per annum, payabl. semi-annually on the first days or Jan nary and July of each year, upon pre sentation and surrender of the an nexed coupons as they severally ma ture, both principal and interest being payable at the office of the City Treas urcr in the said City of Phoenix, Mari copa County, State of Arizona, (or such place as may be agreed upon). This bond is one of a series of two hundred (200) bonds of like tenure .md denomination, numbered from 1 to 200 inclusive, issued under and by virtue of the provisions of the constitution and laws of the State of Arizona and par-. ticularly of the provisions of Para graph 0266 to 6281. inclusive, and Par agraph 5283 of Chapter 11, Title 62, Re vised Statutes of Arizona. 1913, and of an ordinance of the City Commission of the City of Phoenix, duly passed, ap proved and published. The issue here of has been authorized at an election duly had and held In accordance with the provisions of said Constitution and of said laws, and also of said ordinance at which election a maiority of the property taxpayers of said City, who were in all other respects qualified electors of said City, voting at said election, voted affirmatively for the issue hereof. It is hereby certified that every re quirement of law as related to the is sue hereof has been duly complied with and that this bond and the debt created hereby is fully authorized and pre scribed by law. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said City of Phoenix has caused this bond to be signed by Its Mayor and attested by its Clerk, and the seal of said City to be hereto attached, and the said in terest coupons to be signed by the fac simile signatures of the said Mayor and City Clerk, this day of 1918. NOTICE Under and by virtue of the order of the City Commission of the City of Phoenix, as contained and set forth in the foregoing Ordinance No. 235, notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by said City Commis sion at the office of the undersigned, in the city hall, in the City of Phoenix, State of Arizona, on or before the hour of 10 o'clock A. M., of Wednesday, Oc tober 23d, 1918, for the purchase of the issue of $100,000.00 of 6 percent bonds of the City of Phoenix mentioned and described in said ordinance. That, as in said ordinance provided, 11 bids or proposals for the purchase of said bonds shall be accompanied by certified check for a sum not le3s than 5 per cent of the total amount of such bids. Said City Commission shall have the right to reject any and ail bids and all such certified checks ac companying bids which are not accepted and which are rejected shall be returned to the parties tendering same. The cer tified check so deposited by the -successful bidder shall be retained by said City Commission and shall be forfeited in the event that such bidder shall not purchase said bonds at the price named by him in said bid. Said bonds. as provided by law, shall not be sold for a less amount than par with ac crued interest. A full transcript of the proceedings relating to the issue of said bonds may be had by applying to the undersigned at his said office. FRANK THOMAS, City Clerk. o NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS ON STORAGE OIL TANK SEALED proposals, addressed to Commission of State Institutions of Arizona, at State House, Phoenix, Ari zona and endorsed "Proposals for fur nishing btorage Oil Tank will be re ceived by the said Commission until Tuesday, October 1, 1918, at 2:30 P. M., and will be opened in the presence of the bidders at the above time and place, and thereafter considered. BIDS MUST BE ITEMIZED Certified check for five per cent of the amount of the bid should be en closed wltn same, to be retained as liquidated damages if successful bid der fails to sign contract. BIDS NOT MARKED ON EVELOPE, AS RE QUIRED, WILL NOT BE CONSID ERED. Specifications may be ob. tained upon application to the Com mission of State Institutions. Prices must be f. o. b. Willcox, Ariz. The Commission reserves the right to accept or reject part or all of any bid, or to waive any informalities in any bid. THE COMMISSION OF STATE IN STITUTIONS. Hat Thief Is Caught. A bold theft occurred yesterday aft ernoon when a Mexican put on a new $7 Stetson hat and walked out of the Mesa Toggery. The man came into the store and after trying on several hats selected a fine black Stetson. The clerk asked if he wanted the old hat wrapped and he answered in the nega tive. The purcnase was aenverea 10 the customer, wno waiKea out. in a few minutes the salesman discovered the worn hat of the erstwhile customer lvine on a counter, and a Stetson ot the same style ana color was missing. Inasmuch as his place of residence and Attent: Mayor, TELLSWHATY.W.C. A. Leaves For Thatcher. Mrs. Milton McRae and child left Wednesday for Thatcher in the hope that the change of climate would be of benefit to the little one. as it has been ill for some time. Thatcher is the former home of the McRaes. The First National Bank MESA, ARIZ. Successors to THE MESA CITY BANK Established 1S93 " - Total Resources $750,000 SECURITY SERVICE Goes to Camp Travis. Mrs. Henry French and son. Mil ton, left a few days ago for Camp Travis, where they will remain with Mr. French until he leaves for over seas, His transfer is expected some time about December 1. azines has been temporarily suspended. Little Bertie Wellington Hurt. Bertie Wellington, little grandson of Curt Miller of the Tempe News, while nlavin? outside the yard Wednesday was kicked by a loose saddle horse and quite severely hurt in the chest just below the heart. He was picKea up in an unconscious condition and a doctor hastily summoned, but it was some time before he , could De Drougnt back to consciousness. Though the injury is painful and there was evi dence of internal injury, the little chap is fast improving. 1 Receives Commission. K. W. Houston, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Houston, received his commission as second lieutenant on Wednesday of this week. Young Houston has been stationed at Fortress Monroe, in Vir ginia. There were between 700 and 800 men in the officers' training camp and he ranked second tn the class. He wall be stationed at Fortress Monroe as instructor in materials. He writes his mother that he has a ten-day leave of absence which he will spend in Washington and Baltimore. Another Into Military Training, Frank Bauer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bauer of the Vienna Bakery, came home Wednesday evening from Prescott, where he has been employed as stenographer in the Bank of Ari zona. Thursday morning he left for Tucson to enter military training at the university, having already passed his physical examination. Mrs. R. H. H. Blome Visits Former Home. Mrs. R. H. H. Blome is a guest at the home of Mrs. D. G. Buck. She will return Saturday to Bisbee, where Dr. Blome is now city superintendent of schools. Mrs. H. D. Evans Returns. Mrs. H. D. Evans has returned home from a summer spent in Flagstaff. Mr. Evans will follow later. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hagerlund, who have been sum mering at El Rancho Bomito during tne absence of the Evans family, have moved back into their home "at 128 East First street. "Crashing Through to Berlin" at Majestic. An historical review of the war from the time of its beginning, from .the funeral of the Archduke Ferdinand to the arrival of the American troops in France, and some of their actual mili- taryoperations at Cantigney and other points along the allied lines. This is not an imaginary portrayal, but real moving pictures of the men who are over there. Numbers of the soldiers have been recognized as the picture has been shown in various cities. It is shown here as one of the series of patriotic pictures now being exhibited over the country. Maccabees Will Picnic Saturday. The Maccabees will have a picnic supper Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. Finch in honor of Mrs. Dick inson, who is soon to leave for Long Beach. WANTED Girl cashier; day work. American Kitchen. Mesa, dp MAIZE for sale; in head. Hampton, Tempe. Turley & tf FOR SALE Good brown Vienna Bakery, Tempe. mare, dp Beardless Barley for seed. If 'vou want a real big crop, sow this. Phone 38 Mesa. John Cummard. dp PEACHES the rest of this week 3 cents pound at ranch. Ellsworth Bailey. Phone 2P.2 Mesa. dp Peaches at Ellsworth Bailey dace. Phone 2R2, Mesa, dm WANTED An experienced shoe salesman, one who speaks Spanish and is not afraid to work. Hyder Bros., Tempe. Adv. tf REAL ESTATE TEAM FOR FIRST CLASS PLUMBING and electrical work see W. F. Gollaher. Phone 47. tf FIRST WITH $705.50 DOES FOR THE BOYS TEMPE, Sept. 26. A large crowd of valley people listened with intense in terest to the address given by Mrs. Embrich, "Y" worker from France, at the Normal campus Wednesday even ing. Mrs. Embrich expressed in the boys' own words their appreciation of the pleasures and comforts given them by the "Y." They feel that, as one soldier boy asked her to tell the folks at home. "The camp that has no 'Y,' is out of luck." Not only do the Y. M. C. A. work ers provide relaxation and cheer for the soldiers off duty, but for the girls and women of France who are giving their lives to work in the munition plants, the Y. W. C. A. hut is the one bright spot in a life of great danger and privation. The message the French people particularly wished to send to America was one of gratitude for the good cheer and laughter the Ameri cans bring with them. Real estate salesmen proved the bet ter talkers and carried off first honors in the campaign to raise funds for puo- licity for the Fourth Liberty loan. when the team of the Maricopa County Realty board, composed of C. P. W ood bury, Philip Buntman and Jack Tracey, brought in $705.50 as the result of their canvass of the northwest section of the city. The total amount raised was close to $1,700, each team going over the top and raising more than the amount allotted to it. . The four teams represented the Ro tary club, Kiwanis club, Maricopa Auto Trades association and the Realty board. The Auto Trades association team, headed by Yda Waldrop, worked the northeast part of the city, and raised $312.50. The Rotary club team, composed of Walter Switzer and R. F. Garnett, canvassed the fourth ward, and added $314.50. The Kiwanis club team, composed of I. J. Johnson and Jay Alkire, raised $348.50 in the third ward, while the Realty board team brought in $705.50. City Clerk. (FORM OF COUPON) $13.75 On the first day of (January) (Jiily) 19 , the City of Phoenix, State of Arizona, will pay the bearer $13.73 in gold coin of the United States ot America, of the present standard of weight and fineness, at the office of the City Treasurer in the said City of Phoenix, Maricopa County, State of Arizona, (or at such place as may be agreed upon by the Mayor and pur- chaser), tor six months' interest on its Additional Water Works Bond No. PETER CORrSTEIN, Mayor, Attest: FRANK THOMAS. City Clerk. The first coupon shall be for the period intervening between the issu ance of said bond and the date of Jan uary 1st. 1919. The remaining coupons shall be for the full period of six months. SECTION 2. That it is hereby or dered that said bonds be sold to the highest and best responsible bidder by the said City Commission of the said City of Phoenix on the 23d day of Oc tober, 1918, at the hour of 10 A. M. of said day, upon sealed proposals to be received by said Commission on or be fore the hour and day set for said sale. All bids or proposals received for the purchase of said bonds shall be accom- panied by a certified check for a sum I not less than five (5) per cent of the I total amount of said bid, and said City Commission shall have the right to re i ject any and all bids, and all such cer I tified checks accompanying bids and 1 whih are not acepted and are rejeted shall be returned to the parties tend v , Ing the same. The certified check so deposited by the successful bidder shall be retained by rtaid City Commission I and shall be forfeited in the event hat Red Cross Salvage Committee Meeting. The meeting of the salvage commit tee of the Red Cross which was called for last Saturday was unavoidably postponed. The meetig will be . held next Saturday, September 28, at 3:30 p. m at the home of Mrs. Corson. 109 East Seventh street. A full attendance is desired. The chairmen of the dif ferent departments of this committee arc as follows: Waste rubber. Professor G. M. Friz zel; tin cans and scrap iron. Joseph T. Blrchett; rugs, Mrs. A. Herzberg; tin and lead foil, Mrs. Ira D. Frankinburg; kid gloves, Mrs. J. T. Birchett; bottles, Mrs. R. L. Alexander. The department of papers and mag- Trv our COMPARE THESE PRICES They Will Show- You Where It Pays To Trade Oil Cloth Outing Cloth Sewing Thread 100 yards . . Sirk Thread, 100 yd. Amoskeag Gingham Our Price . .29 .01 .10 .23 00 .00 Competitors' Price $ .40 $ .50 .39 .10 .13 Cotton Balls Ink .. .. Pens, dozen Elk Outing Shoes. Waist Overalls ... Bib Overalls Boys' Overalls . . . Boys' Blouses .,. Galatea .17i .05 .05 2.49 1.89 $1.89 $1.98 $2.25 , 1.19 1.29 1.49 .49 .59 .29 2.75 1.29 .05 .05 .15 .29 .25 .10 .10 2.65 3.00 '3.00 1.73 .75 .39 The figures on the right-hand column are quoted to us daily as com petitors' prices. Are pou going to continue paying these higher prices? Why not do as we do buy where you can get the best for less money. J. C. Penney Co. Phone 30 Mesa, Ariz. BULK COFFEE 25c-35c Per pound A Sure Winner A. & B. CASH GROCERY CO. We Call Your Attention To the DEERING CORN BINDER, STOVER and MONEY MAKER ENSILAGE CUTTERS Attaway-Latham Hardware Co. Mesa . Gilbert SOLD OUT Ensilage Cutters Another carload due to arrive this week and we can . then supply your needs. Get your order in now. The 0. S. Stapley Co., Inc. "Leaders in our Lines" FOR. SALE Mesa City Land $4,200 Modern 6-room brick house, lot 210x330, shade and fruit, immediate possession. 40 acres alfalfa, fair house, good well of water, close in. Price $11,500 terms. $3,500 To loan on improved ranch land KELLY-DIEHL-ALLEN Agents MESA, ARIZ. ; . si ; ! "Service That Serves You Right" NEW DODGE CARS USED CARS FEDERAL TIRES HOWE RED TUBES Our new stock of accessories, tires and tubes will be here in two weeks, and will make ours the largest stock of tires and tubes in Mesa. We make our own adjustments right here. All unsatisfactory goods may be returned. Our sales are made on guarantee. PETERSON & MILLER . Successors to McDonald and Peterson SALE -on the Mesa 820 acres three miles from Mesa, fine land in alfalfa and cotton; only $200.00 an acre on terms. ; . 160 acres, all in alfalfa, only -three miles from Mesa, $210 an acre, $7,000 cash and the rest $6,500 a year. ' SO acres, forty in alfalfa and 40 in cotton possession of the alfalfa, now only $200.00 an acre, $3,0M) cash and $3,000 a year. 63 acres, two miles northeast of Mesa, $250 an acre, $2,000 cash and $2,000 a year. 60 acres two miles east, 10 acres in cotton that goes, 10 acres in oranges. A lot of horses and cows, chickens. This is a modern ranch, $43,225 on terms. ' . 60 acres, 10 in alfalfa, S. K. of Mesa, $275.00 an acre, on terms. 41 acres two miles northeast . House, hay barn, fixed up fine, $300.00 an acre, $3,000 cash and $2,000 a year. 40 acres, 7 miles S. W. House, barn, sheds, etc. $200 an acre on terms. 40 acres, 6 miles southeast, all alfalfa. Modern house, good sweet water, well. Good head gates etc., tank. Fine ranch, $400.00 an acre. Terms. 26 acres, five miles northeast. Sandy land, extra fine, over a bale to acre this year. $250.00 an acre, $l,500v00 cash, $1,500.00 a year. ,20 acresandy land,. 5 miles south, $200.00 an acre, terms. , 20 acres, one half mile south on Chandler road. Orchard, house, well, chicken house and fence, all in alfalfa. Sure fine little home, $400.00 an acre. Terms. 20 acres, one and half miles cast, house, etc All in alfalfa. $300.00 an acre. $l,30O.00 cash and $1,000 a year. . 20 acres north of Chandler, 9 acres of cotton that goes. $300.00 an acre, terms. 10 acres, north, horses, cows, sheep, goats, turkeys chickens geese ducks, calves all go fop $3,850 and a Keg of Kails. 12 acres 4 miles northeast, $2,750.0-0 on easy terms. 10 3-10 acres, just west of canal. House, shade, fruit, etc., $4,000 terms. 2 acres, Vi mile out, house, chicken house and fence shade, etc., nice little place. Just quarter mile out, nice little house. Fine place for chickens. Modern 6-room house in good neighborhood in Mesa and only $3,500.00, $1,500 cash and terms. V . . . . Lot on First avenue, $650.00 terms. " . Lot on First street, $500.00, $25.00 cash and $25.00 a month, corner. Lot on MacDonald. street, $3,500.00, J10 cash and $10 a month. 5-room new house on Macdonald street, $1,750.00, $250.00 cash and $20.00 a month.