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'ARIZONA SILVER BELT
A. H. KTMBROUOH, Seo. and Tie&a. OHAS. M. OLABK, President
Globe Cement and
FACTORY AND TAEDS OOB. OAK AMD WILLOW STEEETS.
T, O. BOX 883.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Manufacturers of Machine-made
Comsat Brick Water Tables
Compressed Concrete Blocks Drain Til
9teel Reinforced Listcta Sewer Pipe
Contractors for all classes of cementconstruction
Ooncreta Betainicg Walls Foundations, Etc.
PLANT RUNNING DAILY
Solicit Investigation and Comparison of Product
MONSTER VOTE CAST
IN PIANO CONTEST
HERE'S A POINTER
FOR EVERY COAL USER IN GLOBE
Be sure your coal is free from slack, slate and
dirt. We sell AMERICAN BLOCK COAl
and it is always delivered to you in fine con
dition. We also sell Wood, Coke, Hay, Grain
ARIZONA FUEL & FEED CO.
PHONE 751 Opposite Depot
O. K. Livery Stables
HBADQOAETEES FOE OmSOH AND BffiLETOE STAGE.
Time Table Daily except Sunday Leave Globe 8 a. m.; arrive Gibson
Leave Glbsoa 2 p. m.; arrive Olobe 6 p. a.
Phone 481 W. P. KELSEY, Proprietor Globe, Ariz.
DJSIST on getting SOLWIOO flour,
mincemeat, spices, canned fruits and
vegetables. Tbey are quality goods.
At your grocer.
IT COSTS YOU NOTHING if you are
not satisfied with the SOLWICO brand
of goods. Your grocer will cheerfully
refund your money.
MISS VORIS IN LEAD NEARLY
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
THEEE CONTESTANTS MAKE THE
TWENTY-YEAB CLUBS ON
Winners Will Bo Announced Christmas
Morning After Canvassing Vote By
the Judges Miss Armstrong Loses
Watch Whilo Canvassing Yesterday.
As was expected and predicted by
the contest editor, voting in tlio Silver
Bolt piano contest yesterday was lively.
The little leader, Miss Mildred Voris,
inado two of tliu twenty-year clubs,
these- netting her an oven hundred
thousand votes, placing her this morn
ing comfortably in the lead, nearly ono
hundred thousand votes ahead of Miss
Armstrong, her nearest competitor.
Miss Dollio Armstrong nnd Miss
Millie Williams also each mado a twenty-year
club, each keeping their respec
tive positions and Miss Williams for
the first time entering tbo six-figure
llowovcr, it is not thought that any
of tho contestants aro safe in their po
sitions today, the last day of the strug
gle, is linblo to bring out so mo sur
prices. Tho contest will close promptly
at midnight tonight, the vote will bo
canvassed by tho judges Thursday nnd
tho winners announced Friday morning.
Tho struggle is now down to tho last
heat and all will undoubtedly put forth
their best efforts to win one of tho
liberal prizes offered by tho Silver Belt
in this, n subscription contest un
equalled in tho history of tho south
west. An uufortunato occurrence yesterday
was tho losing by Miss Armstrong of
her handsome gold watch whilo canvass
ing for subscriptions. The loss is fclf
doubly keen on account of it having
been presented to Miss Armstrong by
tho local Knights of Pythias for ex
cellent work done by her in the pre
sentation of "Damon nnd Pythias" by
members of tho lodge a year or so ago.
Miss Armstrong's name and the name
of its donor aro engraved on tho inside
of tho case and a reward is offered for
tho roturn of the watch to tho Silver
The score will not be published Thurs
day morning on account of tho contest
being kept open until midnight tomor
row evening. It would bo impossible
to check up tho big voto that will be
cast tomorrow in timo for publication
the following morning nnd the an
nouncement of the winner's namo will
be reserved for Christmas morning.
Tho list of pri7.es offered contain
handsome Christmas presents for a long
list of tho young ladies who finish at
the top of tho list, nnd as announced
earlier in tho contest, tho list of prizes
is now long enough that none who liave
done earnest work will go unreward
ed. Following is tho list as the candidates
stood nt tho close of'voting last night:
Miss Mildred Voris 2S0310
Miss Dollie Armstrong 189901
Miss Millio Williams -.125858
MrH.' Geneva Pryor C7370
Miss Norma Dixon C43S t
Miss Gladys Kclsoy 54400
Miss Gertrude 0 'Connor 32833
MkstAdn Lange 21080
Miss Lillie Kinsmnn 23347
Mitrt Georgia Carvil 18G90
Miss N. C. Chnpmnn 14955
Miss Tnlita M. Kellner 30025
Miss Henrietta Solchaw 0801
Miss Alice Suter 4912
Mies Norah Hcflcy 3S74
Mrs. Floyd Blovins 3447
Miss Georgia Conlson 3213
Miss Elsie Patton 533
Gladys Foster 400
Miss Ethel Hampton 208
Miss Frances Paxtoa ; . . . . 364
Mrs. F. S. Nave 139
Mrs. Cora Anthony 33G
Mrs. B. B. Hegardt , 127
Miss Bessie Opie ., 103
Mrs. Lanra Murdock 52
Mrs. M. L. Naqnin 14
Mrs. Will Itoundy .' II
Miss Ed Satchell II
Miss Esther Dennis 10
Miss Annie Mercer 28
Mrs. L. C. Combs 20
Mrs. John Langdon 18
Mrs. Percy Morgan 15
Mrs. W. G. Finch 15
Miss Annie Stevens 14
Miss Peggy Fegaa 14
Miss Alma Phillips 12
Miss Nina Russell, Whcatficlds . . 10
Miss Hattio Wog 9
Miss Daisy Beard 8
Miss Clarissa Tillman 7
Miss Eva Greaves 6
Mrs. J. C. Yinger .--. 5
James McHugh ...
Gonoviovo Gerald ,
Urna McKenzio .,
Elizaboth Santoe . ,
M. E. McCarty ...
Alma Phillips ....
Katie Frederick . .
May ITolahan ....
Theresa Casey ...
VOTES AND SUBSCBTPTION PBICE.
One month, paid in advance .. 1U
Two months, paid la advance 25
Three months, paid in advance 40
Four months, paid in advance.- 50
Six months, paid in advance 100
Nino months, paid in. advance........ 200
One year, paid in advance 400
Eighteen months, paid in advance 700
Two years, paid in advance 1000
Three years, paid in ndvunce 2000
Four years, paid in advance 4000
Five years, paid in advance 6000
Ten years, paid in advanco 12C00
Twenty years, paid in advance 30000
No matter for how many years you
may subscribe, a straight Tato of $7.50
por yoar will prevail. Voting coupons
will bo isauod only to parties paying
cash. Tho subscription rate is:
Daily, ono month . ..$ .75
Daily, three months, 2.00
Daily, six months ;. 4.00
Daily, ono year 7.50
Subscribers paying arrernges will be
allowed coupons for tho full timo paid
if one month ill advance, at least, is
A beautiful baby grand Vose piano.
valued at 91000.
A magnificent verto grand Schaaf
piano, valued at $500.
A corner lot in East Globe, valued
Becelpt for $150 in purchase of any
Similar receipt for $140.
Similar receipt for $130.
Similar receipt for $120.
Similar receipt for $110.
Similar receipt for $100.
Scholarship in the International Cor
Nine piano receipts, ranging in value
from $90 to $10.
$3,100 IN PRIZES
The total list of prizes aggregates
$3100. The lady winning second posi
tion may have her choice of the second
or third prizo. If tho lady in second
position takos the piano, tho lot will
go to the lady in third position and if
the lot is taken by No. 2, the piano will
go to No. 3. Both prizes will be given.
livery case of backache, weak back,
bladder inflammation and rheumati
.pains is dangerous if neglected, for
surh tronbles aro nearly always due to
weak kidneys. Take DeWitt's Kidney
and Bladder Pills. They are antisep
tic and noothe pain quickly. Insist
npon DeWitt's Kidney and Bloddor
Pills. For weak kidneys and inflamma
tion of the bladder they are uneaqualed.
Regular size 50c. Sold hero by Palate
Pharmacy and United Drug Co.
When the solicitor calls today order
a sack of SOLWIOO flour; your money
back If not satisfied.
Special ealo genuine Oregon City
Mills Wool Blankets at $2.50 , $3 and
$3.50. These sell regularly at $5 and
6. McNeil 's Furniture store.
Nearly everybody known DeWitt's
Little Early Risers are the best pills
made. They sto small, pleasant, snre
Little Liver pills. Bold by Palace
Pharmacy and United Drug Co.
For toal, wood, hay and grain, phone
2511. Brown & Francis. "
The old fashioned way of doling a
weak stomach, or stimulating the Heart
or Kidneys is all wrong. Dr. Shoop
first pointed out this error. This is
why his prescription Dr. 8hoop's Re
storative is directed entirely to tho
cause of these ailments the weak in
side or -controlling nerves. It isn't no
difficult, says Dr. Shoop, to strengthen
a weak Stomach, Heart or Kidneys, if
ono goes at it correctly. Each inside
organ has its Controlling or inside
nerve. When these nerves fail, then
those organs must surely falter. These
vital truths are leading drnggistn ev
erywhere to dispense and recommend
Dr. Bhoop's Restorative Test it a few
days and see! Improvement will prompt
ly and surely follow. Sold by Palaee
All that have tried SOLWICO brand
of canned goods are satisfied. Don't
yon want to be one of the satisfied
crowd? If yon do, call for and get the
You should always remember that
most cough and cold cures are consti
pating. Yet the most important thing
to do when you have a cold is to move
the bowels. You cannot promptly eure
a cold until you do this. Kennedy's
Laxative Cough Syrup stops the cough
by allaying inflammation of the throat
and lungs, and it drives the cold from
the system by gently .moving the bow
els. Children liko it for it tantes nearly
as good as maple sugar. Sold by Pal
nco Pharmacy and United Drug Co.
A Popular Favorite
Is old Santa, be
cause ho is always
making people hap
py. We do a little
in the same line
strive to make you
'happy by supplying
tie best ef Dia
Jewelry, etc, It is
possible to get. Just
ow our offerings
Blessing in quality,
variety and price.
There are many
Christmas gifts In
aur collection of
Jewelry and Dia
monds and yon cer
tainly ought to see
them. Wo suggest
that you call early.
Mindlin Jewelry Co.
Jewelry Manufactured and Repaired.
ANOTHER CLAIMANT FOR
DARON SPRINGER'S RICHES
RENO, December 22. J. F. Springer,
yard-master for tho Southern Pacific
company at Reno, is tho third clamant
for a Bharo nn the estate of Christopher
Springer, said to be a German baron,
who died leaving property worth $80,
000,000, at Wilmington, Del. Springer
says his grandfather and grandmother
of Arizona and William Lylo of St.
Louis, who also claim a share in the es
tate, were brother and sister, and that
he Is a lineal descendant of Baron Chris
topher Springer.' Ho has wired to Wil
mington setting forth his claims.
THE CITIZENS' BANE OF GLOBE
DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSI
NESS AND SOLICITS YOUR AC
COUNT. S. F. SUTJ.ENBEBOEB,
Coal, wood, hay and grain. Full mea
sure and a square deal. Phone 2511.
Brown k Francis.
For fruit and ornamental 'trees aad
shrubbery from Stock Bros, nursery,
largest in the world, see Dr. Thomas,
the optician. Phone 733.
Phone 751 for coal, wood aad feed.
SPECIAL XMAS SALE
in-nino fVllQ mrfcfniticr December 23, we place on sale all of our Christmas goods at the
llllllllg Llllo 111U1 lilllg 5 Special Discount of 1-3. We have many useful as well as orna-
iii in i .inn ii " iimim milium n mental Xmas presents and they must be sold today and tomorrow
Cut Glass and Chinaware
Water Sets, Water Bottles, Punch Bowls,
Wine Glasses, Berry Bowls, Fruit Stands,
Comports, Sugar and Creamers, Vinegar and
Oil Bottles, Bon Bon Dishes, Fancy Fruit
Dishes, Fancy Berry Sets, Celery Trays,
Celery Holders, Jardiniers, Fancy Cups and
A Swell Line of Handha
We have the swellest'line of handbags that
are to be found in this city.
Pig Skin Genuine Seal Skin
Real Alligator Snake Skin
We have these Purses in all the colors known
Dolls That Almost Talk
We have a lot of as pretty Dolls as you
have ever seen. They can almost talk. For
this great special sale
1-3 Off W.
Combs, Belts and Belt Pins
Back Combs and Side Combs to match.
Extra Back' Combs and Side Combs.
Gilt Belts, Black Velvet and Silk Belts,
Leather Belts-these Belts are the very latest
We have all kinds of Belt Pins of the
latest styles. These make splendid Christmas
Stationery Always Acceptable
We have a beautiful display of fine
Stationery put up' in Holly Boxes for Christ
DRESS GOODS 1-3 OFF
Ladies' Net Waists, Ladies' Silk Waists
and Ladies' Waists of all kinds at prices never
before heard of.
HERE'S SOME GIFT HINTS
A fine line of Neckwear for men. Suspenders put
up in all kinds of fancy boxes.
You shouldjpuy your boy a Harmonic or .French
Carving Sets and Toilet Sets $1.50 to $6
These are now selling at one-third off.
A Fine Line of Xmas Candies
All our fine Candies are included in this big tale.