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DMLY ARIZONA' SJJWER BELT
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SILVER BELT'S I
ONE CENT A WORD CASH MUST ACCOMPANY COPY.
ITvtVd- Four stout cutters for
iJi , work on Roosevelt .lnni.Wi.Kr.
foug" , t i,,,M wnrk. AdilrejM
J M OKourko 1 Co., .Roosorolt,
aNTED-To buy. good pony or home
IJTED-A Bod standard maka of
"-. .. - fnr ir month- or one
P Add. Silver Beit.
I WAITED -Uro saddlo horco for its
Hammond, Copper Hill.
WINTED-Sollcitor toc life insurance
,j;Vj "Insurance" caro of Silver
I WANTED Position liy nrstdas. man
t nigra, ucr nun utomiii-jici , v.u
p!ov'l at present. Address M. R.,
.a,r Silver Helt
fOI sMjE-- Ten room two-story house,
modem, a a uarga.u; ujipuauu run
road roundhouto; lot 50 ft. 4 in. by
100 f , good new barn. One-half
fash ba ancc time. Address G, core
S Ircr Belt
IrOB SALE Tearful sacriflco, only $50,
Diiii. x typewriter; com iuu; goou
., no II. M Drown, P. 0. Box 2GC,
Iros SLE A lot or Deauurui nana-
p.i ntd eaina These- pieces will be
old ery cheap. Lessons in water
folor and oil, 75 cents.
F0R 3 VLB Two room house, furnish-
p., $22 only. Apply to tfoom J,
Trust bu ldmg.
IrOK SALE- Block No. CO, known ni
Baiiey Block. Six good houses, largo
rental. Torms to suit. This is the
beat investment in the, city. Inquire
of MacPhersou, with Gila County Ab
stract Co., Trust Bldg.
IPOK SALE Gasoline engine, 3 h. n.,
aply Pioneer Dairy, P. O. box SL
MONEY TO LOAN.
IM0NEY TO LOAN On Diamonds and
Jewel. Mindlin Jewelry & Loan Co.
FOtt RENT Eiglit-room houso mid
cellar on Banker's avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, with olcctric, light nnd
gas. Inquire 358 S. Devoreanx.
FOR RENT Nice beds in now house
from tfo.00 to $0.00 per month on
Squaw Hill. Kittio Young.
rOR RENT Two zooms nnfurniahod;
good location; cheap. Inquire room
." Tniflt building.
F'OR BENT Nlco office rooms. Inquire
Elootrie Light office.
FOR RENT Nicely famished -i-roo"
house, pantry, eloifceb-elosot, bntl
room. Inquire 149 N. High Street.
FOR RENT Tcn.room house; one two
room houpo nnd three room furnished
house. C. C. Carioo f& Co.
FOR RENT Two-room house, partly
furnished, to man nnd wife, 31U Mcba
Btreet, Noftsgor hill.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Gold cuff button, between
Dreamland and Noftsgor Hill. Find
cr roturu to Silver Belt. Howard.
LOST Gold bracolot. Return to 31?
E. Mesquito. Reward.
LOST Buckskin pony, branded IP on
left hip; email white spot on left side
of faco Return to O. K. stables and
LOST Pocketbook containing money
order. Finder please return to this
ofticc nnd receive reward.
FOUND Bunch of three keys. Owner
prove property and pay for this ad.
Keys at Silver Bolt office.
LOST Two miner's candlesticks on
Saturday, between Miami and Globe.
Finder please leave at sheriff's oflic
and receive Toward.
LOST Pair, rimless glasses, attached
to spiiu"-winding gunrd. Return to
Justice HinsoH Thomas.
FOUND Gold cuff mutton with oik
bend engraved. Owner tan recover
by paying for this ad.
Gila Valley, Globe & Northern R. R.
ew i ime
EFFECTIVE APRIL 18, 1909
Time of Trains as Shown on Time Table No. 45
Taking Effect 12:01 a. m., April 18, 1909
Lt. 5.45 A. M GLOBE Ar. 7.00 P. M.
5.55 Pinal 0.50
0.09 Cutter ." 6.36
6.17 Qllson 0.28
0.31 Rico 6.11
0.42 Peridot 6.03 '
0.65 Saa Carlos 5.50
7.08 Nachez 5.37
7.21 Calva 5.24
7.S3 ... Bslas 5.12
7.47 Ocronimo 1. 5.01
756 Ft. Thomas : A J. 4.50
8.02 Springs A...V 4.44
8.10 Cork . ...'...T..V:C. 4:30
8.18 Matthews '. 4.30
8.2T Pima 4. 22-4. 02
8.33 Central 3.55
8.30 Thatcher -.. 3.49
8.40 ... afford 3.43
8.56 Bolomonvillo 3.53
9.12 Haeckel .... 3.19
9.27 TanquO 3.05
9.47 Escala 2.45
Ar. 10.07 A. M , BOWIE Lv. 2.25 P. M.
Mixed trains Nos. 11 and 12 will earry passengers on Mondays,
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Nos. 9 and 10 mako close- connections at Bowie with Southern. Pa
cific trains for both East and West, and at Globo with stage lines to
Payson, Upper Salt River Valley, Riverside, Tonto Basin and Ray mino.
Telegraph Stations. Flag Stations.
EPE3 RANDOLPH President. C. C. MALLARD, Superintendent.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WE SUPPLY THE BEST
GATTI MEAT CO.
Will P.otrun for Trial
Davo Roberts, who is charged with
being oho of the murderers of Con Sulli
van in Graham county, has signified
his willingness to rtluin and stand tr!,il.
This is tho statement inndo by Attorno'
Bob Trench of Douglas, who is Robeiti'
lawyer. French refused to say 'wlieie
Roberts now is, further than that he is
2,000 miles fiom Arizona,' and the attor
ney dcclaied that his client is not guilty
of tho crime charged against him. There'
is n roward out for tho capture of Rob
erts, offered by Sheriff Anderson of
Graham county. The murder of Sulli
van was particularly cowanlly,. The old
man was shot through the back of the
head with a riflo and the evidence now
in tho possession of the sheriff of Gra;
ham eouuty points strongly to Roberts
as tho' man who fired tho shot. Since
the assassination Roberts has not been
neon except by Attorney French who
was employed to look after his interests.
Inspecting Irrigation Works
Chief Engineer V. II. Newell of tho
reclamation service, Supervising Engi
neer L. C. Hill, Engineer Reed, Presi
dent Fowler of the Water Uscis' associ
ation and a few others mado tho trjp
last week to Granite Reef diversion
dam and to Roosevelt, where they in
spected tho great irrigation works. It
has been two years sinco Mr. Newell
visited Arizona, nnd ho expressed satis
faction with tho progress that has been
mado on the projects inspected during
tli.it time. Mr. Newell has gone to
Yuma to inspect the Laguna dam.
Mike Nugent Estate Closed
Final accounting of the estate of
Mike Nugent was mado this morning by
Miss Mary Nugent, administratrix;"and
hor agent, George Michelsen. This
closes one of tho largest estates that has
como beforo the probate court in this
cdunty for some time, the valuation
being approximately $So,000. Miss Nu
gent was tho' beneficiary in toto, al
though Mr. Nugent had several broth
ers and sisters. Tho lato Miko Nugent
was well known in Arizona, having
twice servo in the territorial legisla
ture from Yuma county. Ho had finan
cial interests in Pima county and in
Phoenix, but tho bulk of his property
was located in Yuma at the time of his
death in 1908.
Sloan's Last Court Session
"District cour,t convened at Flagstaff
last Wednesday with a largo civil and
criminal calendar, and Judge R. E.
Sloan presiding. This is probably tho
Yuma into tho Imperial country each
day. It is also understood that at
least one of tho through trains, probably
the Sunsot Express, will bo routed
around that way. From now on Yuma
and the Imperial country are to bo
Lower Escurcion Rates
Excursion rates to eastern points
from Arizona will bo from $8 to $12
lower this summer than ever beforo.
The sale of tickets nt.tho reduced rates
w'll begin May 3. One of the reasons
for this resduction is that tho change
has beon mado in the system of basing
tho rates from points between the coast
and El Paso. Formerly Arizona points
off tho main lino woro. charged the coast
rates, plus tho local rates. Points on
tho main lino were charged tho same as
ocast points. This year El Paso is tho
basing point instead of Los Angeles.
Octavo Company to Resume
With its record of gold production
of $2,500,000 and a larger oro tonnage
in sight than ever before, tho Octavo
mino'1 will enter into tho most prosper
ous period in its history May 1, when
work will bo resumed with tho-motive
power of tho mill and mino electricity.
Operations on tho property ceased Aug
ust 1, 1908, when tho construction o!
the electric plant of the Central Arizona
Electric company at Wickenburg was
commenced. Tho Wickenburg Electric
plant is now finished with the exception
of a few minor dotails. It will bo ready
to furn'sh power at tho Octave mine
and mill before May 1, the dato set
for tho resumption of operations.
F. C. Thorpe, representing the Con
solidated Tclephono company, spent Fri
day and Saturday at Flagstaff, going
over the proposed purchase of tho lo
cal system with many of the stock
holders. Mr. Thorpe's company now
has a lino from Globe to Roosove't,
Mesa, Tempo and Phoenix; Globo to
Payson, Pine, Camp Verdo, and has se
cured control of tho government l'no
from Camp Verde to Flagstaff. Wih
the taking over of tho local system and
the line from Flagstaff to Williams, new
equipment will bo installed, and a lino
established to Winslow, which will givo
Flagstaff telephone connection with
Holbrook, St. Johns and Ft. Apache,
Prcscott, Phoenix, Globe, Pino, Payson
and other points in the interior. Mr.
Thorpe will bo present at tho next
meeting of tho town council and makf
tho request that his company bo granted
a franchise, and it is highly probable
that his request will bo granted. Fir.g
staff correspondence to the Gazette.
SOLOMONVILLEj April 20. A jol
ly party started early this morning to
ilrivn in flir Fnim'n'n mine. Thov took
last ,term of .courf that Judge Sloan will, with them matejial to 4ook a gvr
hold beforo relinquishing his placo on 'dinner. The party tonsistcU of MC3
tlio bench to beeomo governor of Ari- dnincs W. F. Clark, W. II. Gillcsp'e,
zona, to which ofiico ho was recently Chas. W. Parks, lt. If Samuels, Lwzio
appointed by President Taft. Judge O'llespie, together with Misses Polly
t.J , J ., , , ... .. Massoy, Newland. Gillespie. The guest
Sloan leaves the bench with tho good . . . M .' v Corv of
SYNDICATE FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
INSPECTING IMMENSE 'MEX
THAT IS AMOUNT IN SIGHT IN
HOLDINGS OF GREAT
PORTLAND, April 20. Consumna
tiou of the purchase of the entire tim
ber holdings of Colonel W. C. Grcepe,
in Mexico by a syndicate of San Fran
cisco uud New lork capitalists for
.$112,000,000 is reported by W. C. Cone,
of Baj- City, Oregon, who has just re
turned from Mexico.
Mr. Cone, about two years ago, or
ganized a party hero for tho purposo
of inspecting the timber lands, the pur
chase of which was then under contem
plation by the men who have just
closed the deal.
Tho tract, into which other parties
were also sent, is about GO miles wido
by 120 miles long, and lies just south
of tho international boundary lino in
the state of Chihuahua. It has a growth
of yellow pine timber to tho extent of
Three railroad lines have already
been extended into tho tract by Colonel
Grccno s companies and three immense
lumber mills erected. It is announced
that by 1911 tho new company will bo
prepared to manufacture lumber at the
rato of 1)0,000,000 feet a year.
At the head of the syndicate is Hiram
C. Smith ofSan Francisco, and another
principal in tho transaction is Dr. F.
C. Pearson of New York City.
All summer Lawns at cost, at Sultan
opinion of his associates of the supreme i
couit of Arizona and of the territorial
Moden Dies in -Prcscott
E. I). Modeii, who is well known to a
number of Phoenix people, died in Prcs
cott Wednesday after an illness of only
four weeks. The bursting of an abscess
was tho cause. For several years Mo
den had been city clerk of Prescott, and
beforo going to that city ho TcSided in
Florence. Ho vlsifcd Phoenix occasion
ally. Deceased was 41 years old.
Train Service to Courtland
Tho Southern aicific commenced -running
passenger trains to the terminus
of their new branch, tho junction near
Courtland, last Monday, and will con
tinuo to maintain a daily scrvico from
Cochise station on tho main Southern
Pacific line. Also freight consigned to
Courtland will go direct and can bo
unloaded from the cars at tho junction
a short distance from tho Great West
ern Courtland townsite. The station
at the junction at, Courtland where tho
Southern Pacific branches off to Glee
son will be officially known as
"Blacks" and all freight shipped to
this city will have to bo consiged to
tho station bearing this name.
Preacher Fled to Mexico
Rov. A K. Stowart, the Mcthbdist
minister, who last Saturday was dis
charged in tho justice court at Lowell
and who imediatcly left for parts un
known, has been located at Juarez,
Mexico, across the Rio Grande from El
Paso, says the Bisbce Review. It is
probablo that tho preacher will remain
in Mexico until nfter tho grand jury
has adjourned, as it has been announced
that the district attornoy would seek to
obtain an indictmont against him at
tho coming sqssion of tho district court.
It was tho fear of personal violence
and probably death, rather than that
of further prosecution, that led Stewart
to leave Bisbce immediately after tho
sudden conclusion of his hearing last
Saturday evening. The. vengeful dem
onstration mado "by tho brother of the
littlo girl ho is said to have mistreated
and the open threats of the mother that
she "would kill him on sight, hastened
tho departure of tho minister before tho
church could deal with him.
Yuma's Now Railroad
Tho Intor-Colorado and California
railroad, better known as the Calcxlco
cut-off, is about completed, says tho
Yuma Sun. The grading is all done,
tho tics arc laid and tho steel is in
place. The regular train sorvico will bo
put on about tho first of May. Just
what tho service will bo has not been'
given out, but it is supposed that there
will be a regular daily local train put
Ion the run, making the round trip from
Globe. R. II. Samuels cu'ded the party
Mrs. Dosia. Judia, late of Douglas and
Courtland, has returned to Solomonville
Mrs. Allan F. Malonc closed her
school on Friday last at San Jose.
Patrons ami pupils arc all pleased ana
satisfied with the advancement made.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Goldman drove
up from Safford yesterday.
C. E. Hasso of Globe' spent Sunday
with Mrs. Hassc at bolomonvillo.
Mr. and Mrs. Coon and children and
Mrs. Gunthcr went to Thatcher today.
Superintendent Farmer is very busy
getting new machinery carried up to
tho gold strike. Within a short time
they hopo to have tho machinery all in
working order and to begin work in
SOLOMONVILLE, April 20. Mr.
and' Mrs. Chas. F. Solomon .and Miss
Piirdum, of Safford, were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Solomon on Sunday.
Mr. S. Span, of Clifton, was in town
C. E. Hasse, of Globe, spent Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Abbott, of Safford,
were dinner guests at the Hotel Solomon
on Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Malone, of this
place, and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Goldman,
of Safford, were entertained at Sun
day dinner by Miss Bishop at her homo
cast of town.
Mjss Simmons, Miss Bishop, Mrs. A.
Malonc and Mrs. C. E. Hasso, rode out
to Fry Canyon on Saturday and spent
the day picknicking at tho Elridge
It is rumored that an icc-orcam parlor
will be opened hero in the near future.
Such a place would be greatly appre
ciated duriug tho warm weather which
seems to have como to stay, and should
bo well patronized.
Miss Simmons left Monday for Globe
where sho expects to remain for a few
Lot the Guarantee Faint company do
your work. Best material, best work.
Eminent Authorities Say
That out-door exercise is needed by
tbo Amcriean Pcoplo, That's nil very
well, but, how can peoplo with rheu
matism follow that adviec. The nu
svrcr is very simple use Ballard's
8now Liniment and the rheumatism will
go; leaving you as spry as n colt. Gives
quick and permanent rqlief from rhen
niatism, neuralgia, la mo back nnd all
pains. Sold by Palace Pharmacy.
UNO BILL MEETS
BILL FOR COMMISSION TO SELI
SCHOOL LANDS SHOULD BE
''If the peoplo of Arizona, especially
Maricopa counts', do not investigate
Delegate Cameron's bill to create a
commission to dispose of the school
lauds in this territory, and allow it to
go through by default, they may awake
to find that a serious mistake has been
made," says the Phoenix Democrat.
W. J. Murphy, oiic of the best author
ities on land and the laws affecting
them, made this important statement
this afternoon when his attention was
called to Cameron's II. R. No. 2729,
whicli he recently introduced.
"If this bill becomes a law it means
that our school lands will go for about
one-eighth their real value," continued
Murphy. "The commission is cm-
powered to dispose of them at far be
low the actual value of the lnnd."
Murphy urges that the residents of
tho Salt river valley investigate for
themselves. .Ho points out that a val
uable asset for the schools, and one
that should bring vastly more money
for educational purposes, may be lost
if 'tho commission is created.
Cameron's bill, which looks inof
fensive, provides that the governor, sec
retary of the territory and supervising
engineer of. the reclammation service
shall bo members of a commission to
dispose of all the school lands in sec
tion 16 and 36 in every township in
Leasers arc to be given the oppor
tunity first to purchaso the ground un
der the existing law, but that in no
instance shall the sum bo less than $25
Sinco the terms of Cameron's bill
have becomo kuown it has caused much
discussion, the greater part of which is
unfavorable to the bill.
Neither Governor Kibbey nor En
gineer L. C. Hill was in tho city today,
and it was impossible to get a state
ment from either of them. If tho com
mission were created at once, both
would be members of it. 4 .
Big assortment ,of Shoes as costot
Go to the Indian Hot Springs. Take
the baths and drink tho mineral waters.
It "will do you gooo.
1 Mr. L. H. Fnrnham, a prominent drug
gist of Spirit Lake, Iowa, eaya: "Cham
berlain's Stomach and .Liver Tablets
nro certainly the best thing on tho mar
ket for constipation." Give theso tab
lets a trial. Yon are certain to find
them agreeable and pleasant in effect,
Price, 25 cents. 8nmplea free. For sale
by all druggists.
'Many people object to taking the
strong medicines usually prescribed by
physicians for rheumatism. There is no
need of internal trcntmont in any cose
of muscular or chronic rheumatism, and
more than nino out of every ten cases
of the disease are one or the other of
these varieties. When there is no fever
and little (if any) swelling, you may
know that it !b only noccssary to apply
Chamberlain's Linimant freely to get
quick relief. Try St. For sale by all
SOME REAL INVESTMENTS
Special No. 1
Blacksmith Shop, 18 months' lease, $250 tools 5
included; $750. ;
Special No. 2 .
Modern 4-room house, within -one block of
Dreamland.' Only $3100.
Special No. 3
An elegant residence of 4 rooms, in East
Globe; $1900. We consider this a very good buy.
Special No. 4
A splendid apartment site. This is only on
the market for five days. We know this to be
the best investment in Globe. A real bargain
Globe Real Estate Office
Phone 1101 F- L- T00MBS' MGH- 165 N. Broad
We will risk our busi
ness reputation on the
statement that at no
time in the history of
Globe was there a better
time to buy real estate than right now. Tho city is on the eve of a
wonderful season of progress. Values are bound to climb skyward.
There is at present a wonderful demand for business and residential
property. Advances have been noted all along tho line. This fall you
wiU turn the pages backward and with others assert: "Why, Jnst
last spring in April I could have purchased that property for so and eo;
now it is worth nearly double. Don't be hindsighted. Oar lists aro
full of snaps. Sec us for three special bargains in homes tomorrow.
Home Investment Company
J. WATT HOGUE, Manager
A REAL BARGAIN ,
NEW SIS-ROOM BUNGALOW, ARRANGED SO EITHER ONE OR
TWO FAMILIES CAN OCCUPY. LOCATION VERY CHOICE, TWO
FINE LOTS. OWNER MUST SELL AND SELL AT ONCE. ALL
NEW JUST COMPLETED. LARGE SCREEN PORCH SUITABLE
FOR SLEEPING. ANTIQUE INTERIOR FINISH. RENTS EEAD
ILY FOR $30.00 PER MONTH THIS IS POSITIVELY A SNAP
AND WILL NOT REMAIN ON THE MARKET OVER A DAY OB
TWO. THE PRICE IS
EITHER CASH OR ON TERMS.
Several other choice bargains I would like to show yon.
Do not neglect to buy one of thoso choice MONTE VISTA LOTS
BROAD STREET, ONE DOOR SOUTH OF TRUST BUILDING
Specials for This Week
25 ft. Central Broad Street, Improved $17,500.00 Terras .
Broad Street saloon, bldg., fixtures, stock ... 2,000.00 Terms
Four rooms and bath, $500 under value, East Globo .2,500.00 Terms
Five rooms and bath, woll furnished, Nob Hill . -1,500.00 Terms I
Four rooms and bath, East Globe, a bargain at 1,900.00 Terms 1
Three room house, cor, lot, 106-x-112I3 ft, East Globe.. 3,750.00 Terms 'j
IF NONE OF THESE SUIT YOU I HAVE OTHERS. '
W. S. DAYTON
Room 35 Trust Building
i' in 11
Here you will find
the new models
In Royal Worcester and
Bon Ton Corsets, High
Bust and Extra Long
Hips. We have the mod
els to suit all figures.
THE BIG STORE
One hundred Felt Hats, $1 each, at
The season is now open at the Indian
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