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THE CASA GRANDE VALLEY.
information tor I ncse oseKing nones (
In tho Gordon Spot of tho West.
Pinal count v was organized In 1875 from
portions of Pima. Maricopa and Yavapai
counties, and contains au area of S.Jtodsnmire
miles, or S,4So,fv20 acres, one-third of whivti
eouldbe made productive by a systematic
storage -f the surplus water now running to
waste. Next to Maricopa it is t lie most im
portant agricultural county inthelerritorv.
It it traversed from east to west by the
Southern Pacific railroad, and a branch of
the great Santa Fe svstenl is now upproach
Inr from the north. The objective point of
this road is a connection with the boiiora
Toad, of the same system. The Southern
Pacific is also building in this direction from
. Terape.and it is confidently believed that
work will not cease until the Deer Creek
eoal Belds are reached and connection is
made with another branch of that road run
ning from Bowie to Globe and now complet
ed to Fort Thomas. , ,
Thus it will be seen that. Final county is
the theater of roilroad buildiii': "t the pres
ent time, and inside of o year loreuce. the
oounty seat, will be
ABAILBOADCKSTBK.
At present it contains a population of
wbout 1500, hut with the completion of these
tw o railroads and the liutte reservoir no
city iu Arizona can approach it for natural
advantages, and a large increase in popula
tion will follow. Florence is at an elevation
of 155 feet above sea level, situated near the
Gila river, twenty-six miles northwest of the
railroad station of Casa Grande, with which
it is connected by au elegantly equipid
daily stage Hue. Going and coining stas-es
run by the old Casa Grande ruins, and
passengers are allowed a short time to in
spect t hem. There are many handsome pri
vate residences in Florence, several brick
tores, good hotel, an excellent graded
school employing tour teachers, churches,
secret societies, a Commercial Club, a news-
gaper (the only one in the comity), and the
audsomest court house in the Territory.
Here is held the United States Court for the
district composed of Gila. Graham and
Pinal counties. The streets are lined with
shade trees, which impart an air of comfort
on the wurmest days.
PRODUCTS OF THK VALLIY.
Unlike the Salt river, the waters of the
ilia are fresh and pure; the soil contains no
Alkali, is a deei), rich gray ash, especially
adapted to the growth of the prune, olive,
almond, iiearli, fig, pear, apricot and fruits
of all kinds, w hich pay largely on the invest
ment. It is also the natural home of alfalfa.
'which grows in the most prolific manner.
The grape does exceptionally well in this
valley, and wine and raisin culture is destin
ed to become a prominent industry. Citrus
fruits have been cultivated to a limited
extent ; there are a number of orange trees
in the neiirhhorhnod of Florence which hear
tieir golden fruit each year without pro
tection, and a few date palm trees are also in
full bearing. The season is from six weeks
to two mouths earlier than outnernaiiror,
nia, which gives fruit growers an appreciat
ed advantage in
THB EABLT UAKEETS.
Th nhunM nf fofirfl And Tliirhtlv dews is a
formidable obstacle to the destructive and
unsightly scale-bug, and the fruits of the
valley are all bright and clean. All the agri
cultural products of temperate and semi
tropic aones are easily grow n here, the long
seasons giving a succession of crops that
double or treble the productive value of the
land.
FKICES Or LAND.
Improved lands, with government title and
water right, can be bought for from f A) to
$50 per acre, according to. location and im-
Iirovements. In the immediate neighbor
lood aud to the south of the Casa Grande
ruins there are thousands of acres covered
with a heavy growth of mesquite timber yet
.open to settlement. These are among the
choicest in the valley. Water iu inexhausti
ble quantity is found at a depth of from
twenty to thirty feet; in fact, a river seems
to be flowing underneath. Here is a splen
did opportunity to take up and improve
land with a pumping system of irrigation,
which is said to be successful on small tracts.
However, with the completion of the Butte
reservoir, pumping will be a thing of the
past, and it is only mentioned here for the
purpose of showing what can be done, and to
magnify the further fact tha what was once
considered
AX USIJtHABITABLE DSSEBT
Is in truth the most productive land on the
globe, and that there is water in abundance
only waiting for the magic wand of capital
to develop it. There is no water-storuge
scheme on the Pacific coast that has one-hulf
the natural advantages and so few engineer
ing difficulties as the Butte reservoir. Here
nature has built the abutments in ever-living
rock, and all that is left for man to do is
to put in the hendgate. the blulfs which form
the gorge being only separated by a paltry
t 220 feet. A country is drained through this
narrow canyon "-10 miles square, representing
. 40,000 square miles, or larger than Maine and
liassocbusettsoombined. Theraiufall is suf
ficient to fill the reservoir twice a year, and
- the land to be brought under cultivation is
practically linrttless. This may read like a
' fairy tale, but it is every word true, and hat
'. been verified time and again.
CASA GBA3TDB BE8EKVOIK.
The reservoir of the Casa Grande Talley
Canal company is the largest in the territory.
It covers a surface of loOO acres, with an aver
age depth of 12 feet, and coutainsabout eight
thousand million gallons of water. Itis.it-
. nated fifteen miles southwest of Florence,
A levee of earth has been thrown tip across
a depression in the plain 14.WU ieet in length.
125 feet in width at the bottom antl 25 feet in
: width at toD. 2 to 1 slope on each side, and an
average height of 25 feet. The waste is regu
lated by 1 cast Iron pipes 3 leet in diameter,
set in solid masonry, regulated by gates and
tower. This reservoir cost $150,U00, and sup
plies water for 6,000 acres.
Meteorological Statistics.
The signal service of the general govern-
ment maintained a station at Florence from
1R, tn lnri2. The reoorts covering the Doriod
f rom Jmy. 10, to April, 1S82, gives the follow
ing statistics, which may be taken as a safe
5 tilde to the prevailing temperature given
uring the series of six yeas:
lttbO. Mean. Max. Min.
July m.6 111 61
August
September M.O
October 68.0
Koveinber 52.1
December 50.9
lb8L
January 45.7
February 54.7
March 54.7
April 09.1
May 74.7
June 83.7
July..-. B7.9
August 84.5
September 77.5
Vctober 87.4
November 52.4
December , 52.2
12.
January 48.4
February 40.5
March 57.S
- Anril Kit
112
107
W
HO
77
78
85
W
100
104
113
112
110
103
m
80
81
79
72
92
60
48
82
25
27
21
21
29
48
45
44
64
82
50
36
28
23
27
25
92
100
The heat as represented In the above table
luring the months of June, July and August
Is nothing like as unbearable as in the
Eastern States, and death from
SC58TH0KB 18 CWK50WS
In fact, in a residence of sixteen years in
Arizona the writer has only known two
persons to be overcome by the heat, and
they recovered. Their condition, however,
was more the result of w hisky than heat,
liie air is so dry here that a- registered
temperature of 110 degrees is not as oppres
sive as 80 degrees in St. Louis or New York.
Tho Signal Service bureau has recognized
this fact, and reports the difference between
the apparent and sensible temperature to be
f nils 30 degrees. At nearly all times there is
a pleasant breeze; the nights are invariably
cool in the summer, and out-door labor is
lierformed without serious discomfort to
either man or beast on the warmest days.
Very seldom does the thermometer got be
low the freezing rioint in winter, andin the
gardens of Florence to-day are castor bean
plants two years or more old,
UHXOUCHID BY FBOST.
Orange and lemon trees require slight pro
tection during the winter for a year or two,
jjntil the wood is sufficiently hardened.
While it is a popular thing for one to say
that he is "not here for Ids health,11 it is an
undisputed fact that for all pulmonary ail
ments no climate on earth isenualto South
ern Arizona, and there are numbers of active,
inuiipu ions cujzeiis, wiiu uut one lung, w no
came here years ago, expecting to live but a
few weeks. Hut for all that, the wonderful
Cava Grande valley is something better than
a health resort.
'4 hat portion of the .great Casa Grande
,-i.llp l,tiiic nlonglhaliuu - the Southern
Pacific railway in the vicinity of Casa Grande
and Arizola is nt present, and with good
reason considered one of the most desirable
portions of this magnificent Southern Arl
soua. Great changes have been made in the
appcuritnce of this part of the valley during
the last four vears. It was about tiuit long
ago that tho Florence canal was completed
mid the work of actual improvement begun.
It is useless to deny that under our present
water system there is not h lug like a suffi
cient water to irrigate this vast body of
laud
THE CASA GRANDS. tiU.II CANAL
is forty-three miles in length and covers
60,000 acres of land, about 7,000 of which are
under cultivation. It is so constructea inal
it can be easily enlarged and its capacity in
creased. A reservoir covering 1.IW0 acres,
having storage capacity of eight billion gal
lons, iu the sout heast corner of township 8,
range 8, gives ample supply of water the year
rouud to all farmers located below it, but
those above suffer by a shortage of water
miring a few weeks in summer.
It is proposed to remedy this by the con
struction cf a huge reservoir at the Buttos,
fifteen miles northeast of Florence. Com
petent engineers have examined and reported
upon the scheme and pronounce it feasible.
Notice of Sale of Unclaimed
Merchandise.
I. the undersigned C. W. Wardwell, keep
er of the freight depot of the Southern
Pacific company, at Maricopa Station, in
the County of Pinal, Territory of Arizona,
hereby give public notice that the following
described property, boxes, bundles and
merchandise, has come into my possession as
the keeper of said freight depot and lias re
maiued unclaimed in said freight depot for
a period of more then six months next pre
ceding the date of this notice, to-wit:
Four esses of machinery, weight 1237
pounds, covered by New York to Maricopa
W. B. N. M. ft A., 18.1, February 12, 1893, con
signed and mark cd D. B. Horton, Maricopa.
A. T.; consignor, Steele ft Co.; consignee1
D. B, Horton, aud cannot be found. Name of
owner unknown.
One bundle of bedding, weight 43 pounds
covered by Gila City to Maricopa W. B. M.
21 December 25th, 1897 .consigned and marked
M. Shaffner, Maricopa, A. T.; consignor and,
consignee the same and address unknown,
Name of owner is unknown.
Public notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of the provisions of Act No 47 of the
Twentieth Legislative Assembly of the
Territory of Arizona, approved March 18
1899, the undersigned, C. W. Wardwell'
keeper of the said freight depot of the
Southern Pacific company at the station of
Maricopa, in the County of Pinal, Terr itory
of Arizona, will sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash. lawful money of the
United States, on the 11th day of November,
1899, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. on said
day, at the said freight depot of the South
ern Pacific company at the station of Mari
copa, in the County of Final, Territory of
Arizona, all of the above described prop
erty to pay the storage charges against the
same and the expenses of advertising and
sale thereof.
Dated this 2nd day of Oct, 1839, at Mari
copa. Arizona.
C W. WAHDWELL,
Keeper of the freight depot S. P. Co., Mari
copa, Arizona. Oct. ll-4t
-TO-
TAXPAYERS
THE DUPLICATE ASSESSMENT ROLL OF
Pinal County, Arizona, for the year 199, lias
this day been placed in my possession, and I
am commanded to collect from each person
named therein the several sums mentioned
and carried out in the last column opposite
their respective names.
Said taxes will become delinquent on the
third Monday (the 18th day) of December,
next, and unless paid on that day or prior
thereto five per cent penalty and conts of
advertising, which is fifty centy for each de
scription, will be added to the amount
thereof.
The taxes are payable at the office of the
County Tax Collector, in the court house at
Florence, Arizona, during office hours, from
1 a, m. to 12 m. and from 1 to t p. ra., Sundays
and legal holidsys excepted.
September 22, 1899.
W. T. PRICE,
Tax Collector, Pinal County, Arizona.
For Sale.
The Brady ranch on the Gila river one
mile and a quarter below Florence, consist
ing of one pre-emption claim of one hun
dred and sixty acres, end an additional
homestead claim adjoining of eighty acres
with a frontage on the river of one mile.
Divided into five different fields of I and 4
barbed wire fences with mesquit posts.
The land with proper cultivation will
yield 2,000 pounds of wheat and 2.500 pounds
of barley per acre. A good dwelling house
with kitchen, bath room and store room at
tached, with large graneiles 16x82 each.
One grist mill with machinery for a burr
mill. 2 pair of burrs. A frame house adjoin
ing 16x30 feet and one of the best wells of
water in the valley, 15 yards from the house.
The land will yield 400,000 pounds of wheat
or 500,000 pounds of barley or 1,200 tons of
alfalfa allowing for I crops of alfalfa a year.
An abundance of mesquite and Cottonwood
on the claim.
Title VS. S. Patent.
For further particulars address the Tsi-
bunx Office or the undersigned.
Sept. 23-tf PETER R. BRADY, Sb.
WANTED!
A position by a young man, ns in
structor either in a private family or
in a public school. State salary. Ad
dress P. O. box 84 Jeanerette, La,
IP. FISHER, NEWSPAPER ADVERTIS
.'a lug Agent, 21 Mechanic's ExchangejSan
Franaisco, is our authorized agent. This
paper is kept 6u tile at his office.
Articles of Incorporat'on
OF THE
Mammoth-Collins Supply Com
pany.
We, John A Blaurock, Cole Saunders and
! A. L. Carpenter, desiring to incorporate
' ourselves under the provisions of the'laws
of the Territory of Arizona, and especially
an Act of the Legislative Assembly thereof,
entitled "An Act Concerning Corporations,"
' approved March 8th, 1887, for the purpose
i of engaging in the lawful enterprises, busi
j ness pursuits and occupation hereinafter
spciUed, do make, subscribe and acknow
ledge according to law, these articles of
incorporation and declare:
The name assumed by this Corporation
and by which it shall be known is "The
Mammoth-Collins Supply Company," and
I. . : . k . .(,,!
j u iiuio ui ma vuiuiiKJinxiiiDui ui lunvorpo-
ration shall be the day of the filing of these
articles in the office of the County Recorder
of the County of Pinal, Territory of Ari
zona, and the termination thereof shall be
twenty-five (25) years thereafter.
II.
The enterprise, pursuits, business and
occupation in which this Company proposes
to engage, is to acquire by-purchase, and in
anv other lawful manner, real estate, lands
and all kinds of property, real, personal or
mixed ; to lay out, construct and acquire by
purchase or In any other lawful manner,
and accept, hold, possess, enjoy, operate and
use franchises from any Slate or Territory
of the United States, or in ony county or
: municipal or privato corporations, wagon
: roads, canals, mills, factories, houses capital
stock and bonds of corporations, chattels
: goods, wares and merchandise, choses in
) action, to transact any and all kinds of busi
' ness which may be transacted by a natural
person ; to hold, use and enjoy the same and
- to alienate, sell, lease, demise and dispose o'
same or any part thereof, as well as of any
j other property this corporation possesses, be
, seized of or be entitled to ; to borrow money
: and contract to repay the same at such time
' or times as its Board of Directors deem pro
, per and see fit; and to hypothecate, mort-
gage or pledge, all or any part of the prop
erty which this corporation may hereafter
acquire; to secure the payment of such
money with interest, or to secure the pay
ment of any debt of this corporation, with
such interest thereon as it may be legally
obligated to pay and to conduct a general
merchandise and trading business; to buy
and sell gold, silver, copper, lead and other
mines to form subsidiary companies to
work them, and to erect quarts mills, smelt
ing furnaces or other reduction works for
the treatment of all kinds of mineral ores.
III.
The place were this Corporation proposes
to have It principal office and place of busi
ness i the town of ..lam moth. County of
Pinal. Territory of Arizona.
( !
IV.
The amount of the capital stock of thi
. corporation fchall be Thirty Thousand Pol
' lars, divHetl into three thousand shares of
the par vahif ot Ten 1 ollarh each and the
time hen. am. the cundiiioiiM upon which
it is to be paid are as follows, viz: JLe
whole thereof immediately upon making
the subscription there r or, and the said stock
: shall be fully paid befure being burned und
' non-assessable thereafter.
I V.
The amount ot the :av vulue of each
share of the Cupitai Mjck ot this corpora
tion shall be ten dollars.
!
! The highest aniuunt of indebtedness or
i liability direct or contingent to which this
j corporation is at any time to be subjected
j or to subject itself, is the sum of Twenty
Thousand Dollars.
VII.
The stockholders in this corporation and
their private property, shall be exempt
from the corporate debts of this corpora
tion. Vfll.
The affairs of this corporation are to be
and shall be conducted by a Board of
Directors consisting nf three persons who
shall be elected annually by the stockhold
ers at such time and in such manner as
shall be prescribed by the by-laws of this
corporation, and all of whom shall be stock
holders or subscribers to the capital stock
of this corporation.
The following named persons who are
subscribers to the capital stock of this cor
poration, shall constitute the Board of
Directors of this corporation until the first
day of September, 1899, and until their suc
cessors duly qualified shall be elected or
appointed, to-wit: i. A. Blaurock, Cole
Saunders and A. L. Carpenter. If any dir
ector shall cease to be stockholders, he shall
cease to be a director. Vacancies in the
Board of Directors shall be filled by the re-,
maining members of tho Board.
Immediately or as soon as practicable
after the filing of these articles in the of
fice of the County Recorder of the County
of Pinal, the persons herein before named
as Directors to serve until the 1st day of
September, 1899, shall meet and organize a
Board of Directors, adopt by-laws and pre
scribe in said by-laws the method of calling
the" meeting of the Board of Directors and
stockholders, A majority of the Board of
Directors shall constitute a quorum of said
Board for the transaction of business, and
any meeting of said Board at which aquorum
is present, shall be deemed a regular meet
ing and have the same authority as a full
Board, whether notice of the meeting to
the absent members of the Board shall
have been given or not.
IX.
The Board of Hirectorsottliis Corporal
shall have power to establish liy -law,. au
make all rules and regtilutiotia !eeme" -pedlent
for the management of the aii'uirs
or this corporation and the officers thereoi.
Is Witness Whekeof, we have hereunto
set our hands and seals this 6th day of
Septemlier, A. D., 1893.
JOHN A. BLAUROCK, seal
COLE SAUNDERS, IsealI
A. L. CARPENTER, . seal
STATE OF NEW YORK
County, oi New York
On this 6th duy of September, A. D., 1898,
before me, W. L. Murray, a Notary Public in
and for said County and State, personally
appeared J, A. Blaurock, Cole Saunders and
A. L. Carpenter, known to me to be the per
sons described in, aud who executed the
foregoing instrument, who acknowledged
to me that they executed the same for the
purposes and considerations therein ex
pressed. In Witness Whebeof, I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my official seal
this 6th day of September, A. 15.. 1898.
seal W. L. MURRAY.
Notary Public,
N. Y. Co,
My commission expires March 80th, 18S9.
TERRITORY OP ARIZONA,
County of Pinal.
I, F. A. Chombei lin. Recorder, in and for
the County of Pinal, Territory aforesaid, do
hereby certify that the annexed instrument
was filed and recorded nt request of J. II.
Carpenter, on the 14th day of Sept., A, D.
1898, at 1 o cloch, p. va in book No. 1, of
Article of Incorporation, Page 157.
Witness my hand and official seal, this
14th day of Sept., 1898.
seal F. A. CHAMKERLIN,
Recorder.
Thos.G. Pevton,
Sept.2S-10t Deputy.
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