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The oasis. [volume] (Arizola, Ariz.) 1893-1920, September 21, 1893, Image 6

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.V NEWSPAPER
For Pinal County and Southern Arizona Generally:
THfRSDAV, SEPTEMBER 2 I, 1S93.
A K lOI. A.
TheOams frequently receives let
ter of Inquiry about Arizola, and as
a peneral answer in reply to such in
quiries, will say that Arizola is a town
011 tire Southern Pacific Kailway where
the Florence Irrigating Canal crosses
the track. Three years ago it was a
desert: today there is a railway sta
tion at which all passenger .trains of
the Southern Pacific stop regularly, a
telegraph office, a post office," an ex
press office, a hotel, a store, a school-
house, a printing office, a stock yard
and chute for shipping cattle, and a
thrifty and enterprising community,
with a newspaper, The Oasis, to' speak
' for them. Three years ago the spot
on which Arizola stands was taken up
as desert land, for which the govern
ment was paid one dollar and twenty-
Jive cents per acre. Today town lots
are selling .rapidly from one, hundred
dollars up.' and cultivated land sur-
rounding the town is worth from forty
to sixty dollars an acre and upward.
That is what has leen done at Arizola
Jn three years. Come and join in the
grand work of making Arizola a pros
perous city. We have the most fer
tile fanning land intlie United States,
and a health giving climate not ; sur
passed in the world.
A Journal Devoted to the Development of the
Resources of Southern Arizona in, General, and of Arizola and Pinal
County Particular,' is" Published Thursday of Each Week at
' . . ... Arizola, Arizona,
The Only G
reenSpot
On the. Main. Line of the Southcrnacific- Railway in 1,000 Miles,
Will aim to aid in development of the great possibilities of
jctj Southern Arizona and Pinal County by persistent and timely pre
Southwest Silver Convention.
A t H C QT ' E KO t ' E, M.. Jlllv27,
Uy resolution adopted by the session
if tlte Southwest Silver Cnvyition,
, tieltl Jtilv 41)i anrl .itli. 1H1.-! at.- Qi 1 ur
(Jity, Xew Mexico, the undersigned sentation of the opportunities here offered the fruit raiser and farmer, and by publication of
. ws designated as chairmaa of the ex; numerous special article's' devoted , to the details of these important industries, in which
mi live committee, and (iReeteu to .1 V 1 s 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 t .i .
call a session of the Southwest Silver boutnern Arizona is making rapid--strides' that have already placed the coming State in the
Convention at Albuquerque, XewMex- iront rank of producers of citrus and deciduous fruits.
jco, duringjiie territorial fair.
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111 mivMiiilim: mill sin It IVMUtlMOIl . , , . , , ... , , , . , t 1
alltheminersaudaiitheiMM.oieofiju.' vTT&L .sH v ill further tnc work above outlined by making known widely
great southwest, particularly of Colo- f Jlsv& VjLCjcta the -wonderful cheapness of the lands of the Casa Grande Valley
rado, Texas, Arizona and Xew Mexico, the excellent water svstem, and the threat area of government land under canal that is yet
are requested to assemble at Alba- J
iuerque, Xew Meico,.on the liith and d)cn to tne homesetlker..
20th days of September, IS'j.'t. A full
attendance is very desirable. ' If ct n
gress iliall then have taken action fa
vorable to silver, a jollilicatiou will r
then 1 in order. If congress .shall field, aiming to contribute? to the prowth of all bv use of all the legitimate influence of an
t ht-n .still be deliberating, the voice of .. . i . it i- i
auiuv.mc aiiu wcu con uuci cti journal.
Will be devoted to the pastoral, mineral and commercial inter
ests of the great and rapidly growing region it claims for its
. Will also be devoted to the dissemination of local, territorial
and general news, m; iking it a welcome visitor in every house-
the iievple, demanding protect ion from
the avarice of. the nionied classes
should le emphat ically heard. J f sil
ver should be defeated in this congress,
then the liulit will only be iK'iruu and
it is our duty and nriviletre. to assem- hold in Southern Arizmv-i nnrl in thf linme; nf tluv rr:ir hotlv of neonle in the Hast and in
.. . .. ' . . . - - - i i
at ion of the .thwesUeit lV, aTihe Ca,ifo1rnia who lookiag for homes and investments in this wonerfully rich region.
liill of Hight deelares. "all noli t leal
i I a
power is vesud in and belongs to the i Is a "new. live newswuer. published in a new, live town, with
people," and if we are worthy citizens -52r:r T V. .; tc i i n,:. K,.:i,i: 1
.,f a country whose whole structure U v -i-i- u us puuiicauon omce in a new anu nawuswiuv. u.. ....u..., n..v.
built urxni that sentence, as the foun- s presses and material ar e all new, direct from the foundry.
nation stone, turn the people must be
Begins business with more than one thousand paid subscribers,
and its' subscription list is rapidly and steadily increasing, male-
ng it a very valuable adve rtising medium that will profit business men greatly to patronize
Tigilaut and active, and no self-sacri
Ilea should , be so great us to deter
them.
Moreover, these gathering are edu
cational. Wc tuiist meet ami exchange
ideas, and study a:ul learn, in order to
know the imprpgnablo nature of our
P otion to tb.o that, In the proba
bly coming "Lattleof the standard"
W9 may light; "'reefy, ;u luvn ligltt for
the rifc'l:t.''
A failuru to attend will V tukvn r.s.
Uii f vi.lt'iice (if igiioruia'e. or l.'iflliTci'.
t nee or W'u ;uul wlil inV.i n'(iiiri-!t!io,
II. IV Ki'itOTnoN-,
Chainn.m Executive Coinmlttci'",
Correspondence at id Busines solicited. For Advertising Rates,
Etc,, Address
f HE-OASfS PUBLISHING Co.,
ARIZOLA,- ARIZONA,
Ins Oasis is good fvr you and yours,

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