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Fi bruary 3, 1910.
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
has a P
T ,? eleven miles from Globo, is now tho terminal of tho Oila Val-
-i. . XTnrhnm rflllurfl Tf Tina o Ttnonfflnn avnMM ftfflrn
' ipil Ouuio iuu u wiiuuiyu-uajr uiuu buiviiu Willi vjiuuu.
- ago Miami had ono houso; it now has two hundrod. Miami
.on of GOO. Tho population of Miami district is 2,000. In tho
t aro tho Miami, Warrior, Inspiraton, Koystone, Livo Oak, Gor-
Mianii, Cactus. Gibson, Duqucsno, Schulzo Group and Colo Do-
ppor mines, with a capitalization of $30,000,000. Miami is tho
pjjnt for thoso mines. Tho Miami raino now employs COO men,
payroll of $76,000. Tho first month's freight receipts at Mi-
t $10,000. Miami is growing rapidly. All linos of business aro
It has a weekly nowspapor, Tho Miami Messenger. Many
-tunities aro still opon. It is prcdictod that by January 1,
i.atlou will bo 3,000.
Miami Business Directory
Miami I'rug Store
i soo mo
rirst-class Bar and Res
taurant. Vo solicit your
Miami Meat Co.
Wo deliver your orders
to all parts of the Dis
trict, R, M. RAY, Mgr.
Horso Shoeing and Car
riago Work Our Special
ty. Davis & Sikes
Feed Stable .
WELKER & LAYTON
Dry Goods Store L
In kVe PU t0
The Miami Saloon
Tho placo to meet your
White House Saloon
Best Liquors and Cigars
DESPOT & WUIOIOH
or uccamo tho happy patents of another
fcon this morning.
, Misses Vera Wilds and Christio
Kniulson cnino up from Thatcher yes
terday and spent tho day visiting rela
tives and frionds.
Saturday afternoon, February 5, at
2 o'clock tho examination for consus
enumerators will tuko place at tho Sat
K. JI. Darling from tho Albuquerque
oflico in tho forestry department is a
business visitor in Saflford. Mr. Darling
will iuspect all tolophono linos on the
"Work on tho Graham Extension ditch,
on tho north Bido of tho river, will soon
begin again after tho spring crop aro
Articles of incorporation o) J. R.
Wolkor & Company liavo been filed iu
which tho firm increases its capital
stock to .$50,000 and takes in4ho fol
lowing stockholders: Win. Ellsworth,
Win. Li. Nelson, W. 11. John, Wm. John,
Adnm Wolker, C. M. Layton and J. R.
A horics of lectures to farmers is
being given in tho valloy by Profes
sors J. J. Thorber, Gcorgo F. Freeman
and Dr. W. B. McCallum. Time and
plnco as .follows: llubbaril, February
2 j Pima, February II; Central, Febru
ary 1; Thatcher, February 5; Layton,
February4?; Lebanon, February 8; Sol
onionville, February !); Thomas, Febru
ary 11. Prof. R. W. Clotliier is super
intendent of tho Farmers' Institutes.
McEIroy for glass.
Central Energy System Is
Maxson Candy Co.
Boxed and Bulk Candies
for tho Ladies of
Staple and Fancy
Tho Placo to Buy
ROSE & COPAS,
MIAMI TOWNS1TE COMPANY
Ask us about anything yon want to know about
CLE E W VAN DYKE, Prcs. JOE V. PROOHASKA, Mgr.
Baths without dolny at tho Ruby bar
ber shop. Hot water on lap at all hours.
Stind some of tho Special Mining
Editions of- tho Silver Belt to your
frionds abroad. A few loft at tho low
price of 25 conts each.
McEIroy for good work.
McElroy for wall paper.
Whilo it is often impossible to pro
ent an accidonl, it is uovor impossible
to be prepared it is not beyond any
one's purse Invest 25 "cents in a bot
tle of Chamberlain's iiiniment and you
aro prepared for sprains, bruises and
like injuries. Sold by all druggists.
BAY'S DOINGS AT MIAMI
in if tho citizen's or-
nuuuced his commit-
i In- up tho matter of
tution and by-laws,
n ime, and transacting
s that may arise. The
ju.-sted to meet at tho
. next Monday night
i i nil attendauco is re-
mug are the persons
" i iit Jtoddan to servo on
leve W. Van Dyke,
it t nk, Martin Despot,
- Abraham, A. N. Cobb,
' i n, G. M. Lukesh, II.
, n Mclvm Ray, F. II.
BUILDING ON MIAMI STREET
I is begun work ou a
. it the corner of Miami
1 1- Tho building will
M il face on both Miami
- It will bo complot-
- .ind will be for rent.
now an expo-
LAWYER ONCE A
in , but once a disciplo
i- a isitor at tho Mes-
- neek. Mr. Scott work-
ii u.il department of tho
nl j ears ago when tho
I r the control of Jos.
t is enthusiastic about
MIAMI HAS AN M. D.
M. D., an cx-surgcon
-' ites army, has located
i hung out his shingle.
is located across tho
who opened their mov-
in Miami last night,
Milior of interesting nnd
V largo audience was
I ' first night and show
i it ion by repeated en
"i "cment concorn will
1 'itirtainment tonight,
nrelv new set of reoli.
nt was given at tho
ho for a numbor of
l i moving picturo show
m Safford, has for-
i ml located in Miami,
" nod a building 50 x 73
1 h id it dismantled and
1 i whero tho lumber is
onstruct a building
Miami avenue. Tho
i eupied by a moving
' h will bo run by Mr.
1 I'lmg will havo a ma-
h will allow.it to bo
i skating rink or for
C0LLINS RENTS COTTAGE
manager of tho S. Ab
oro, lm rented a cot-t
tage. on Livo Oak street and expects to
b0 settled by tho 8th, when tho build
ing is to bo completed.
A few minutes dolay in treating somo"
Fate of Phillipson Will Be
Decided and Other Law
A session of the district court will be
held next Saturday at which time a
number of luw matters wiH bo taken
up, chief of which is the motion of J.
C. Phillipson, for a new trial. This mo
tion will be argued by Attorney P. S.
Nao"for tho defendant, and resisted
by tho district attornoy.
A number of other law matters will
come up, and any non-contested cases
for tho trial of which there is a show
ing made urgent enough to convince
Judge Lewis that immediate trial is
necessary. Ao contested cases will bo
tried until after tho supremo court
meets in March, as tho cntiro timo of
.Tudgo Lewis is now taken" up with his
supremo court work.
(By tho middlo of tho prcsont month,
tho new exchange of tho Consolidated
Tclepliono company will be ready for
operation, according' to tho present
plans of that company.
Yesterday tho work of stringing a
new lino of cablo from tho old build
ing into tho now oflico was commenced.
This work will bo completed within
tho noxt few days and tho work of
cutting tho telephones over from tho old
exchange to tho new will then bo com
menced. It as the orinigal intention to com
plete tho installation of the now system
before cutting over any of the phones
and then putting them in connection
with tho new board by simply changing
the fuses. This plan has been changed,
however, nnd tho phones will bo cut
over to tho new exchange as fast as tho
cables aro ready, two sets of operators
handling tho work.
Tho switchboard in tho new oflico is
installed and all necessary connections
have been made. There is still quite a
little work to bo done in tho cablo
loom, however and the local employes
of tho Kellog Switchboard & Supply
CQinpanv, manufacturers of tho outfit,
will havo sovcral days of strenuous
work beforo tho installation is com
Thn new office of tho Consolidated
Tolephono company will boono of tho
most compioto in iuc territory, ivocu
ready for uso, as tho most modern ap
pliances manufactured aro being in
stalled. By tho now system, "central"
is called by morcly taking the receiver
from tho hook anil tiic lino is uiscon
nectcd by replacing tho receiver. By
this system, there should be vory lit
tlo dolay in securing cither central or
tho subscriber .desired.
THE OK OF
A Few Doses Make the Kid
neys Act Fine, Ending
Bladder or Urinary Misery
Call for n hot bath at tho Ruby bar
ber shop any old timo. You'll get it
Send some of the Special Mining
Editions of tho Silver Belt to your
friends abroad. A few left at tho low
price of 23 cents each.
Price your goods bcroro buying, then
try Adams' Candy Prices.
Tho Strugglo Discourages Many a Cit
izon of Globo
No wait for baths at tho Ruby bar
ber shop. Hot water any timo you
cases of croun. oven the lnncth of fitnp ..
u !, . "e .-.. ei tion about Ulobe and tho great
i" ." Bn.i."' ";:"..!; "- '",.: "-strict, handsomely bound and a
?""S:.-i."0:r!" -S.-' iVY ??!' for home. Send somo to your
v-.uuinuuii.iui a tuuKii .ntiinuuv in ino . u is v
who uun i. rc.uiiu uiu
house, and at first indication of croup
give the child a dose. Pleasant to take
and always cures. Sold by all druggists.
A Shaking Up
""May all bo very well so far as tho
trusts are. concerned, but not when it
comes to chills nnd fever and malaria.
Quit the quinine and tako a real euro
Ballard's Herbino. Contains no hnrm
ful drugs and is as certain as taxes.
If it doesn't euro you get your money
back. Sold by Palaco Pharmack.
Seventy pages of illustrated informa
tion about Globo and tho great Globe
district, handsomely bound and a boost
for home. Send somo to your friends
who don't realizo tho greatness of
Globe. Get them for 23 conts each at
tho Silver Belt office.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako LAXATIVE BROMO Quinino
Tablets. Druggists refund money if it
fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signa
ture is on each box. 25c.
(Mrs. W. D. French, Correspondent)
SAFFORD, February 2. Mrs. Perry
Sow oil left for her former homo in
Texas yesterday morning on a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Duncan and lit
tlo jon were incoming passengers last
evening. Tho family will visit .Mrs.
Duncau's mother, Mrs. Heath, and hor
J. N. Piirdum of Globo, spent tho day
in Safford yesterday, tho guest of his
sister, Miss Lucy Piirdum, and returned
to his homo city last evening.
C. D. Wolkor left for Globo on a bus
iness trip last evening.
O. P. Skouscn is moving his black
smith shop on Main streot to his lot
on tho opposite sido of tho streot.
Mrs. J. WJoinbergcr and little daugh
ter left for their homo in Glpbo last
Mr. aud Ms. Jerry Hatch of Thatch-
THIS WILL INTEREST MOTHERS.
Mother Gray's Stttct Powders for Children, n
Certain relief for rcicrlehness, llondiclie, Bad
Stomach, Teething Disorder, movo nnd regulate
tho Dowels unci destroy Worm. Uhey brenk up
Colds in 21 hours. They aro to pleasant to tho
tanto and harmless as milk. Children Ilka thenn
Over 10,000 testimonials of cures. They never ail.
Sold byalldnn-KUts. 2'c AtL to-day. Don't nc
ccja any substitute.
Seventy pages of illustrated informa-
Globo. Got them for 25 cents each at
the Silver Belt office.
240 East Cedar street, (Bert Pratt's
residence). Phono 314; terms eason
able; best of references.
Will get into mischief often it
means a burn or cut or scald. Apply
Ballard's Snow Liniment just as soon
as tho accident happens, and tho pain
will be relieved whilo tho wound will
heal quickly and nicely. A sure euro
for sprains, Rheumatism and all pains.
Price 23c, 50c and $1.00 a bottle. Sold
by Palaco Pharmacy.
If troubled with indigestion, consti
pation, no appetite or feel bilious, givo
Chamberlain's Stomach nnd Liver Tab
lots a trial and you will bo pleased with
the result. Theso tablets invigorate
the stomach nnd liver and strengthen
tho digestion. Sold ly all druggists.
CANDD3S AT REDUCED PRICES
Tho Adams' Confectionery aro making
reductions of 10c to 25c on all candies.
COUNTY PUIS LESS
COIN FOR HIDES
Sinco the abolition of skunk boun
ties in Oila county the oxponso of re
deeming pelts of wild animals has drop
ped back to normal, tho expense from
tho purchase of skins amounting to only
$438.50 during January.
During tho past mouth? tho follow
ing bounty Vskins were Toco'iycd by
the conty supervisors: Coyotes, 119;
wild cats, 27; raccoons, 11; wolves, 10;
skunks, C; lions, C; bears, 1.
Tho six skunk hides woro received,
by reason of tho fact that a demand
had been made out beforo thoy woio
placed under tho ban, the demandjiav
ting boon transferred and only reaching
tho board at Tuesday's session.
Tho numbor of coyotes received is
above tho average, over 100 having
been turned in at ono timo by ono trap
per. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
Stockholders in tho Dixon Copper
Co. will moot in regular annual session
on tho first Monday in February, in
stead of January 23, as hcrotoforo da
vcrtised. , J. W.-ipEIIAN,
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Around all day with an aching back;
Can't rest at night;
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Doan's Kidney Pills will give re
They will cure tho backache;
Cure every kidney ill.
ncro is convincing proof that this is
.T. A. Rces, Head House, Prcscott,
Ariz., says: "I still continuo to rccom
mond Doan's Kidney Pills nnd on more
than ono occasion I havo personally en
dorsed tho claims made for them. When
ever anyone questions mo regarding my
experience with Doan's Kidney Pills, I
say that I havo found them to bo a
remedy that can bo depended upon. I
was troubled for somo timo by pains
through my back, especially ' sovero
when I stooped or brought any strain
on my loins. Doan's Kidney Pills cured
mo. My advice to any person afflicted
with kidney complaint is to givo this
splendid remedy a trial."
For salo by all dealers. Prico 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, Now
York, solo agents for tho United States.
Remember tho name Doan's and
tako no other.
A real surpriso awaits every sufferer
from kidnoy or bladder trouble who
takes sovcral doses of Papo's Diuretic.
Misery in tho back, sides or loins, sick
headache, nervousness, rheumatism
pains, heart palpitations, dizziness,
sleoplcssness, iuflamed or swollen oyo
lids, lack of energy and all symp
toms of out-of-order kidneys simply
Uncontrollablo urination (esneciallv
at night), smarting, offensivo and dis
colored 'wator and other bladder mis
Tho moment you suspect kidnoy
or urinary disorder, or feel any rheu
matism, begin taking this harmless
medicine, with tho knowledge that
there-is no othor remedv. at anv nrice.
mado anywhere clso in tho world which
will effect So thorough and prompt a
euro as a fifty-cent treatment of Pope's
Diuretic, which any druggist can sup
ply. It is needless tq feel miserable and
worried, becauso this unusual prepara
tion goes at onco to tho out-of-order
kidneys and urinary system, distribut
ing its cleansing, healing nnd strength
cning influence directly upon the or
gans nnd glands affected, and com
pletes tho euro beforo you realizo it,
Your physician, pharmacist, banker
or any mercantile agency will tell you
that Pane, Thompson & Papc, of Cin
cinnati, is a largo and responsible med
a'cino concern, thoroughly worthy of
fermentation aud begin eating what you
want without fear of discomfort or
Almost instant relief is waiting for
you. It is merely a matter of how soon
you tako a little Diapepsin.
Scvonty pages of illustrated informa
lion about Globo and tho great Globe
district, handsomely bound and a boost
for home. Send somo to your friends
who don't realizo tho greatness of
Globe. Get thorn for 23 cents each at
tho Silver Belt office.
McEIroy for framing pictures.
CANDLES AT REDUCED PRICES
Tho Adams' Confectionery are clling
ail their canities at Juc to -oc per lb.
reductions, liuy now.
Guaranteed Under tho Pure Food
Laws of tho United States.
Three of the Best Brands, of Whis-
fr key Manufactured in America.
J Doctors prescribe this liquor,
3 recognized to bo tho best mado. 4
Sold exclusively over our bar.
4 It's worth travoling soma dis-
tanco to secure.. Try it at
T. H. Arnold 8c Co.
Engineers and Contractors
CONCRETE, ELECTRIC WE&ING,
JAMES COCHRAN, Prcs.
BEN JONES, Manager.
ARIZONA INVESTMENT CO.
Will sell a beautiful, modern, fivo-room house, 50 foot long; somo nice
furniture to match interior goes with house, for $3,200 in payments.
A nice, new, little threo-room houso goes for $775; only $150 cash.
A two-room houso closo to school houso for $775; $35 cash, balance $20
per month. - - .
If you want to build, wo havo ono lot for $325, ono for$275, ono for
$170, ono for $75. These aro nico lots.
Office 177 No. Broad.
THE ST. ELMO
Sydnor & Sterns, Props.
The Finest of Wines
Liquors and Cigars
We handle only the
Best Quality Goods
47 North Broad Street
Hfr'ft"---wftfrl80sft3l'$frO '& titfr ) 8 (!$ ft 9
Stores for Rent
Choicest Corner in the Town
Buildings to be constructed at once
B. J. BARRON CO.
Sultan Block, Globe, Arizona
Best Vegetable Shampooer
See it in our window
Failed in Health
My mother died six years ago," writes Miss Ruth
Ward, of Jerseyville, 11!., "and left me to care for six
children. I had never been .strong; and this, with the shock
of her death, was too much for me.
"I failed in health. I was tired all the time and did
not want to go anywhere, nor care for company. 1 had
the headache all the time and such bearing-down pains.
"A very dear friend advised me to take Cardui, as it
had done her so much good, so I commenced touse it
and now I am in good health."
The Woman's Tonic
Women's pains are relieved or prevented and women's
strength is quickly restored, by Cardui, the woman's tonic
You yourself know best if you need it, or not.
If you do need it, do not delay, but commence to use
it at once. Every day of delay, only lets you slide further
down the hill.
Don't wait, then, but begin to fake Cardui today, for its
user no matter how prolonged, cannot harm you and will
surely do you good.
Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chattanoosa Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tena..
for Special Instructions, and 64-page book, "Home Treatment tor Women." sent free.
Why are Wagons Painted?
A cheap wagon is painted to hide defects in the wood and make
it look attractive to the purchaser.
Even the paint is of poor quality anu wears off quickly, leaving
the wood exposed to the weather.
A Studebaker is painted to preserve the wood and protect it
from the elements.
Even when the boxing is forced into the hub, it is covered with
pure lead in order to keep moisture out of the hub.
You cannot see that, but it's there just the same.
The paint used on a
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is chosen for its wear and weather resisting qualities.
It may not look much different from the "cheap" wagon when
Ask us for the book, "The Farmer's Friend," which shows
lust how the Studebaker is made.
GLOBE HARDWARE COMPANY
We solicit your trade in any part of the Miami
mining district. We carry a complete line of do-,
mestic and imported goods. We handle the famous
Avondale Brand of Canned Goods. They are of the
highest grade. Try our Royal Coffee at 25c per
pound. It can't be beat. Also our High Grade New
marks Coffee in sealed cans.
Call and see us and get acquainted. We are here
to serve -you and offer you prompt service and cour
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