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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT '
Sunday, March l
March 6 and 7. Now goods will con
tinue to arrive until next Wednesday,
when she will havo ono of tho largest
stocks ever shown in tho city. Don't
J. C. Phillipson is no longer connectei
forget the formal display days.
Eilarjrfnrt Lumbor Yard Tho Globe '
Lumber company is removing the h'll
at tho limits of its yards, which will
extensively increase the capacity and
Consolidated Realty Co,
;ivo more trackage room along tne
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Improving Anderson, the candy
manufacturer, is completely overhauling
his retail storo and will eqirp it with
new furniture and fixtures, making of
it the finest place of. the kind in this;
You Are Invited to Attend '-$M :M
section of Arizona.
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Spring and Summsr Millinery
at Mrs. Fort's Parlors,
Friday and Saturday,
? March 6 and 7,
Shoemaker Group Sold II. C. Erman '
has sold tlio Shoemaker group of twen-l
ty-seveu claims at Kelvin to a Chicago
synd'eate for a handsome price. The
property is rich in copper promise ami
adjoins tlio famous Sultana group. j
It Is a Boy A fine baby boy was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Ocorgo Stephens!
on iritiav. .iouier nnu ciuiu nrc get
ting alone nieelv and nana is exceed-'
ingly happy and distributing the Ha-
vanas with a liberal hand. '
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FAMOUS INDIAN HOT SPRINGS
A noted resort for health and pleasure Bates. $2.00
to $3.00 per day. Twenty minutes ride from Hot
Springs Station, Graham county,
Arizona. Theso wonderful wa
ters aro recommended to euro
rheumatism, gout, dropsy, liver,
kidney and stomach troubles,
blood disorders and women's ail
ments. Beautiful lawns and
shade trees; largo plungo and
swimming pool; also Cab lake and
boating, lawn tinnlj and croquet
and swings. Try our wonderful
mua and mineral baths. If you aro sick, get well. If well, get pleas
ure and rest.
Excursion tickets to Ft. Thomas and Indian Hot Springs, Saturday
and Sunday, return Monday. Bound trip, 53.15.
Dr. S. B. Claypool is tho permanent resident physician at the Sprinps
and is making a specialty of diseases of all kinds.
ALEXANDER BROTHERS, Postofflco Fort Thomas, Arizona.
The Finest Resort in Globe
Popular with nil classes winter and
summer. Refreshments of all kinds.
'Minli-p Cigars, Wines and Liquors.
Schlitz and Anheuser-Busch Beer al
ways ono Draught.
By Storo & Offlco, Employees' Union
MONDAY EVENING, MABCH 2
Don't Miss It
A. II. nARGRAVE E. G. GRIFFTIH
Stomach trouble U but a symptom of. and not
In Itself a true dlseaso. We think ot Pyipcpsla.
Heartburn, and Indigestion as real diseases, yet
they are symptoms only ot a certain speciflo
Nerve sickness nothlnir cue.
It vras this (act that Qrst correctly led Dr. Shoop
In the creation of that now very popular Stomach
Remedy Dr. Shoop's Rcstoratlvo. Golnjt direct
to the stomach nerves, alone brought that success
and favor to Dr. Shoop and his Restorative. With
out that original and highly vital principle, no
such lasting accomplishments were ever to be had.
For stomach distress, bloating, biliousness, bad
hreath and sallow complexion, try Dr. Shoop's
Hestoratlve Tablets or Liquid and see for your
self what It can and will do. We sell and cheer,
Short Stories of the City
Now Osatty Store R. M. Coffco has
leased a ro5m the tho McKevitt block
and has opened a retail candy store.
Iio is do!ng n handsome- business.
. Eighty-flvo the Winning Nombw
In tho contest originated by Mrs. J.
J. Kccgan, -eighty-rlvo was tho winning
number, which was held by Mrs. Bow
Improving Saloon Owon McKevitt,
block in North Olobo is hnving the
store room occupied by tho Monto Car
lo saloon handsomely improved and repainted.
At Methodist Church Tho piano re
cital to bo given by tho VTcdnesday
club will be given at the Methodist
church instead of the Episcopal as here
Taken Suddenly HI Michael Walsh
was taken suddenly ill yestorday requir
ing tho close attention of a physician.
He was somewhat improved last night
and considered out of danger.
Enlarged Studio H. G. Huntzinger
I has greatly enlarged his studio by the
erection of a handsomo addition and
made other improvements that will
please the patrons of this pioneer artist.
Mr. Qibbs'to Fill Pulpit There will
be scrviccsjiat tho Episcopal church to
morrow conducted by Carl Oibba, and
a cordial invitation is extended all to
come out, especially members of tho
Exhibit of Millinery Mrs, D. O.
Fort in an attractive advertisement this
morning announces that sho will make
an exhibit ,af spring and summer mil
linery on next Friday" and Saturday,
New Things In Laces anil Embroideries
Wo aro placing on Bale today an entirely new stock of laces and embroideries, which were Jnst placed on
our shelves yesterday. The lino comprises ovorythlng in embroideries, laces, embroidery flouncing and yok
ings, and Is by far the most attractive wo havo ever mado In this house lamoua for pretty things. ,
Wo also want you to look over our lino of muslins, India Linons, Persian Lawns, French Lawns, Eng
lish Lawn Cloth and Nainsooks. Wo know that wo havo tho best showing of White Goods In the city, and we
want you to seo them. Prices aro right.
THE W. W. BROOKNER CO.
L. C. SMITH & BROS. TYPEWRITER
The 1908 Model
Illustrates the Modern Writing-Machine Carried Nearer to the Point
of Absolute Perfection than any Other Typewriter in Existence
Gardner Ball-Boarlng Typcbar Joint.
You know the superiority of a ball
bearing over tho common friction
bearing. Our typobar bearings aro
made of steel and aro as hard and
as smooth as glass. Run perfectly
free without play aud without
SOME NEW FEATURES
The Now Lightning Escapement
for caso and speed and tho now
Silent Shift, with many other val
uablo new features, combine tp pro
duco tho first example of a modbrn
writing machino complete in every
Instantaneous Automatic Ribbon
Reverse "Vorks in tho fraction of
a second without an ounce of rib
bon strain or any addod key ten
sion. Thofirst satisfactory ribbon
Ilustratcd catalogue of Now Model
L. & M. ALEXANDER & CO.
528 South Spring Street
, Excluslvo Pacific Coast Dealers
S. H. GOODSPEED, Local A$ent
Los Angeles, California
Rev. Sclby Better Rev. Gcorgo Scl-j
by was reported considerably improved
yesterday and was able to walk about '
tho houcc for a few hours during tho (
diy. It :s now thought that ho will '
bo able to be out next week and to takcj
chargo of hi3 pulpit on next Sabbath. .
A new manager has been appointed by the stock
holders, and new life and new methods will be
introduced in the conduct of the business. We
represent the best and strongest line of fire in
surance companies in the world, do a general
real estate business, and make absolutely de
pendable abstracts of title. We positively guar
antee every transaction.
A Pioneer Visits Globe-r-E. Van,
Duscn, a pioneer citizen of this coun
ty, residing on Spring Creek, west of
Young postoflice, is transacting busi
ness in tho city. Mr. Van Dusen has a;
promising gold claim on Spring Creek,)
which local parties aro negotiating for.)
Sliver Mine Kelocated P. W. Hamm,
deputy county treasurer, has relocated
the old Pioneer mine wnich in tho good
old days of the white metal was one
of the good producers in this section.
Mr. Hamm, advertises to lcaso the mine
ia this issue of tho Silver Belt.
f oiko ioatel
Opposite Postoffice Building
Surrey Approved The surveyor gen-1 j
eral has approved Mineral Survey No. ' i
2499, Diamond IT No. 5, Diamond II No.
2 and Diamond II No. 9, lode mining
claims, situated in the Globe M'ning
District, Gila county, Arizona. These
lodes aro claimed by tho Warpor Cop
Jail Services At 10 o'clock this
morning the' Salvation Army will con
duct services at tho county jail. An
open air meeting will be held at 10:30
a. m. and a holiness meeting at 11
o'clock. Bible class and Silnday school
at 7 n. m. In tho ovenine nraver meet
ihg will be held at 7:15 and an open.
air meeting at n o'ciock.
Gila Valley, Globe & Northern R. R.
INDIAN HOT SPRINGS ROUTE
Tickling or dry Coughs will quickly
loosen when using Dr. Shoop's Cough
Cure. And it is so thorough)' harm
less, that Dr. Shoop tells mothers to
use nothing else, even for very young
babies. The wholesome green leaves
and tender stems of a lung ' healing
mountainous shrub givo tho curative
properties to Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure.
It calms the cough, and heals the sen
sitive bronchial membranes. No opium,
no chloroform, nothing harsh used to
injure or suppress. Demand Dr. Shoop's.
Tnko no other. Palace and Globe
J. 0. LACKLAND CLAIMS PRIOS
LIEN ON SMELTER PLAINTIFF
ALLEGES THAT NOTES OVERDUE
AGGREGATING $15,000 . WERE
MADE BT GREENE.
Account of L M. C. A. Convention, El Paso,
March 6-9 Inclusive
Tickets on sale February 25th to March 9th, inclusive. One and one-foi
first-class fare for the round trip from all stations. Return limit March 6 to 111
inclusive. No stopovers will be allowed.
Account of Conference Latter Day Saints, Salt Lake
City, April 4 to 6 Inclusive
Tickets on sale March 29, 30, 31, April 1. Final return limit, 60 days from daw
of sale. Round trip rate from Globe, $48.1 5; Thatcher, $44.10; Safford, $43 95
HL PASO, Texas, February 29. An
attachment was issued yesterday after
noon by the sheriff's office against the
federal smelter property beloriging to
Co. V. C. Greene, under an action by
J. C. Lackland vs. W. C. Greene, ni
which it is alleged that two notes, each
for $7,500 and overdue, g'ven by Greene
to tho Federal Smelter company, con
stitute a prior lien on the property,
over the claims ot tho National Dry
The National Dry Kiln company filed
suit for debt against Colonel Greene
some time ago on a noto for some $19,
000, and under thjs suit the smelter
In add'tion to the $15,000 overdue,
tho plaintiff in yesterday's suit alleged
that there is a note of the defendant's
for $5,000 not yet due.
Ft. Thomas and Indian
Hot Springs, $3.15
Tickets sold each Saturday and Sunday, Limit Monda
Tickets now on sale to and from all points in
Via Hamburg American, Cunard, French, Anchor, and all other important line
Full informati n regarding rates and sailing dates fur lished
Latest Innovations in Reduced fares
This is what Hon. Jake Moore, State
Warden of Georgia, savs of Kddol For
Dyspepsia: "E.'C. DeWitt & Co., Chi
cago, 111. Dear Sirs I have suffered
more than twenty years from indiges
tion. About eighteen months ago I had
grown so much worse that I could not
digest a crust of corn brean arid could
not retain anything on my stomach. I
lost 25 pounds; in fact I made- up my
mind that I could not live but a short
time, when a friend of mine recommend
ed Kodol. I consented to try it to
please him and I was better in one day.
I now wejgh more than I ever did in
my life and am in bettor health than
for many years. 'Kodol did it. I koop
,a bottle constantly, and write this hop
ing that humanity will be benefitted.
Yours very truly, Jake C. Moore, At
lanta, Aug. 10, 1904." Sold by Han
na's Drug Store, 228 Broad street. .
Our 1000-mile Coupon Books - 3 l-2
Our 2000-mile Counon Books - 3
Good on all Randolph Lines in Arizona, including
GILA VALLEY ROUTE
ARIZONA & COLORADO
MARICOPA & PHOENIX
PHOENIX & EASTER1
G. A. MAUK
M. O. BICKNEL1
Genera! Passenger Atfent, Tucso
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