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Thursday, March 3, 1910.
DAILY ARIZONA SHiVEB BELT Page Seven If" &' n K r In Walking Distance of WANTED WANTED Miss M. Blodsoo, stenog rapher, room 33 Trust building, so licits legal and commercial work. WANTED Confinement cases by prac tical nurse, nest of references, 327 South First strcot or P. 0. Box 2050. WANTED Clean cotton rags at tho Silver Belt office. Will pay 5 centsr per pound. WANTED Middle-aged lady fo gen eral housework. Apply 353 N. Jlill street. WANTED Position doing gonoral housowork. For information regard ing applicant see Mrs. Dr. Shaw on East Mesquito street. WANTED Position by an oxpert book keeper, commercial, mining or timo keeping. Can open or closo, loo1) leaf or otherwise. Balancing a sure thing. AVhat havo you to offer. Ad dress B, Silver Bolt. FOB SALE FOB SALE Household furniture for sale. Inquire 199 E. Oak, next door Episcopal church. FOR SALE Twonty-fivo shares Ari zona Mutual Savings & Loan, associa tion stock, part paid. Good invest ment. Will sell at bargain. Call 432 S. High St., or address Box 872. FOR SuVLE Good heavy work team, cheap; weigh 1,250 pounds. Guar anteed to work any place. Aro iu good condition and will bo sold at n bargain. Harrison Bros., Stage Barn, cud of Cedar street. FOR SALE Best shoo shop in Globe, good location, fine trade. Cheap rent. Good reasons for selling. For furthor information write Box 2143, Globe, Ariz. FOR SALE Modern bungalow at 355 South First strcot, East Globo; six rooms and bath. Also sorvants build ing at back end of lot. Level lot and fenced. Cash or terms. Address N. O. Lawton, Miami. Phone 1552. iiii" w Brief Territorial News y--VJkMliJSV'fcl A m m m itikt . . l j. j, i"MM"M,iAxy1 Governor Tom Marshall of Indiana, who is in Phoenix at present, will boj tendered a reception by tho democrats of Maricopa county this evening. Thcro j will be n dinner to which all democrats are invited. A quartcry conference of tho Church of Latter Day Saints was hold at Mesa last Saturday. Wheat will form tho chief product of the Indians on tho Sacatou reserva tion this year. The Indians aro show ing unusual activity in tho agricultural line this spring. Hamilton's flights at tho Douglns av iation meet were very successful. In tho first flight ho remained in tho air eleven minutes, but in the second ho stayed up eighteen minutes and flew sixteen miles, which, considering tho altitude, is held to be ono of the best flights inado in tho territory. Quinn Brothers, tho Douglas theat rical managers, propose to establish a vaudeville circuit including nine Ari zona cities. They havo already secured control of houses in Douglas, Bisbce, Clifton, Morenci and Globe, and hope to add houses in Tucson, Mctcalf, Phoe nix and Prcscott. Expert Accountant Willis has begun tho work of auditing the city books of Tucson. Dr. W. B. Purccll, a highly esteemed resident of Tucson, was killed Sunday when his automobile turned turtlo over an embankment near that city. Fun eral services were conducted yesterday morning, the active pallbearers being chosen one from each of tho eight fra ternal organizations of which ho was a member. Twenty-four guests were entertained at tho second annual banquet of tho Tucson Typographical union at Rossi's cafe Sunday evening. The famous King of Arizona, ono of the greatest gold producers of tho ter ritory for tho past 13 years, was closed down last week on account of tho ex cessivo cost of operation during tho past few years. It is bclioved that it will bo opened again with a modernized plant and electric Instead of steam power. Jerome high school will hold a dec lamatory contest Thursday evening, March 10, when a contestant will bo chosen to represent tho school at tho coutest to be held at tho Tempe Nor mal school March 12. Mitchell and Carrigan of tho Clara Consolidated company are planning to havo a special excursion train run from Los Angeles when tho new smelter at Swansea is blown in, tho date for which will probably be set within a few days. Miss Sharlot M. Hall, Arizona histor ian, is in Yuma for an extended stay which will enable her to mako a study of tho locality and people. Hereafter tho captain of each com pany of tho Arizona National Guard will be required to mako a semi annual report, concerning property and equip ment, to the adjutant general upon a blank specially prepared for that pur pose. t i The Maricopa ( reamery company of t'hocnix has leased tho Buckeye cream ONE CENT A WORD PER ISSUE FOR SALE FOR SALE Ono largo refrigerator and ono rnngo. 319 Mesa street, Nofts ger hill. FOR SALE Land, cattle, horses, gold and copper property. Address W. L. Brown, Mammoth, Arizona. FOR SALE Good milk cow. Apply 255 North Second. FOR SALE Bargain. Houso of fivo rooms closo in; also convenient to mino and smelter. .Cheap for quick salo. Inquiro 158 Haskin's Road, Noftsgcr Hill. FOR SALE Old papers In packages of 100, 25c, at Silver Bolt office. FOR SALE Red Durham milk cow, cheap. Apply Sultan Bros.' store or J. C. Gibson, Copper Hill. FOR SALE Furniture three - room houso; houso for rent. 175 East Mes quitc. FOR SALE NUMBER TO OR HOUSE Houso numbers for sale at tho Sil vor Belt office nice, nickel plated ones; what you need to number your houso attractively, for 50 cents. Como and get them while they last. m fMA,iVVvVVWVVVVViAAA ory for tho term of ono year and will oporato it in connection with tho one at Phoenix, enabling tho company to handle from 10,000 to 15,000 pounds moro butter per month than at present. The new S:ottsdalo school houso was dedicated last Saturday, several guests being present from Phoenix, Tempe, Mesa and tho surrounding country. An elaborate dinner was served by the la dies of tho district. A now postoffice lias been established at Placentas with James Lamb as post master. Tho annual junior declamation con test of the Indian school will be held this evening. Fivo girls and two boys represent tho class this year in the con test for tho gold medal. Trolloy wires are being strung on the now depot line of the Phoenix Street Railway company, and tho lino will be in operation in a few weeks. Tho parole of Georgo Campbell has been revoked by Governor Sloan and ho will be sent back to tho penitentiary. Campbell has broken the conditions of his parole. E. R. Rice has been engaged to make an oxtensivo survey of the land in and around Forcpaugh, a new settlement on tho A. & C, about 20 miles from Wick enburg. Settlers aro taking up land for tho purpose of trying dry farming and later developing water for moro ex tensive farming. Pima county will hold a Teachers' Institute- at Tucson tho latter part of March. Dr. J. M. Rose 'of the Smithsonian Institute has arrived in Tucson with two assistants to make a study of tho cacti of tho southern Arizona deserts. Dr. Ellsworth Huntington, professor of geography at Yale university, will arrive Saturday to commence several months' work in tho study of tho climate of deserts. He will work in co-operation with Dr. McDougnll of Tucson. A NEIGHBOR OP YOURS as well as as yourself is liable at any time to havo rheumatism. Wo'ro all liablo to havo cuts or bums, bruises or scalds, crick in tho back, neck or side somo kind of an acho or pain. Then heed this advico and tell your neigh bors Ballard's Snow Liniment relieves all aches and pains, and heals all wounds. Sold by Palaco Pharmacy. Seo tho new offices for rent on 2nd floor now Amstcr building. Soventy pages of illustrated informa tion about Globo and tho great Globe district, handsomely bound and a boost for homo. Send somo to your friends who don't realizo tho greatness of Globo. Get thorn for 25 cents each at tho Silver Belt office. McElroy for gooo work. RACE SUICIDE is not nearly tho monaco to increase in population that deaths among in fants are. Eight out ot ten of these deaths aro directly or indirectly caused by bowel troubles. McGee's Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea, dysentary, sour stomach and all infant ailments of this nature, .lust tho thing for teething babies. Prico 25c and 50c per bottle. Sold by Palaco Pharmacy. YOU MAY frequently find a "want ad. opportunity" really worth looking into. A few "want ad. walks" about your neighborhood or about the city may be healthful and profitable to you. Once in a while you may be "too late" or the thing of fered may not quite appeal to you but the same sort of experience awaits you in all other business affairs. The point is: YOU ARE PROBABLY TAKING IT FOR GRANTED THAT IT WILL NOT PAY YOU TO ANSWER WANT ADS. Instead of doing that, TEST THE MATTER AS FAIRLY AS YOU WOULD ANY OTHER BUSINESS PROPOSITION. And which is important do not wait until "some time" to BEGIN THE EXPERIMENT. FOR RENT ROOMS FOR RENT Office rooms In the new Amstcr building corner Oak and Broad. Apply t office Globe Light & Power Co. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for housekeeping. 231 South Broad. FOR RENT Furnished rooms with electric lights, heat and bath. 137 N. Hill. Ono block from courthouse. FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room; outside entrance; bath, elec tric lights. Use of phono. 130 S. Sutherland. FOR RENT Furni3bcd room, uso of bath. Call beforo 9 a. m. or after 5 p. m., 518 E. Mesquito. FOR RENT Furnished room, closo in. Enquire nt Anderson's confectionery. FOR RENT Furnished front room; electric light and bath. 331 East Cedar. FOR RENT HOUSES FOR RENT Two room House, centrally located. 325 South Hill street. FOR RENT Four room unfurnished bonse on Maple street; good loca tion. Enquire 439 East street. MISSIONS A MAN'S COREY By Rev. Harlan Page Cory The Laymon's Missionary convention to be held in Phoenix March 4-0, is a part of tho most marvelous movement that the church has seen within tho last three centuries. It has become the fash ion to say that the church is good enough for women and children, but this movement proves that, -when you get down to tho vital purposo for which the church exists, there is plenty to ap peal to tho ability and virility of men. There is a man's job before the church and men are beginning to real ize it and to respond with enthusiasm and consecration. There has also been a tendency in certain circles to sneer at missiort, but the man is a back number who docs that now. Men hard headed bus iness men havo taken tho pains to in vestigate the facts and to get know ledge of tho results of mission work at first hand. A' syndicate of secular newspapers sent William T. Ellis around the world to write up missions, with instructions to be thorough in his examination and rigorously true in his report of what he saw. While he had somo criticisms to offer as to methods of administra tion, his eommendatii of results was so uniform that appreciation of mis sions rose by a large margin through his readable, roports. Then a deputation of a .largo number of business men sailed from New York for a trip around the world with the purpose . uppormost to examine what tho church was doing in missions, with tho samo calmness and thoroughness with which they would test a business enterprise. They came back and ren dered a verdict of enthusiastic approv al. Meanwhile tho tides of interest in mission work were rising higher and higher, and men wero feeling moro and more, the grip of its call and its obli gation. Men'.1 missionary conventions be gan to be held at intervals, here and there,' over tho rtountry. The first ono nt Omaha was attended by 1,200 men. That was threo years ago. Up to that timo women had had tho exclusive mo nopoly of such things.- But tho event has proven that it was not to be so henceforth. The great conventions of Pittsburg and Toronto followed. There was a series of campaigns in most of tho largo cities, under the auspices of tho Laymen's Missionary Movement, which nieanwhilo had risen to tho im portance of a complotcd organization. Last fall it appeared that there coufd bo only one truo expression of. tho en thusiasm already aroused. So a continent-wide plan for a scries of Men's Missionary conventions was adopted. It contemplated the holding of soventy five great meetings in as many of the principal cit'es of the country, cover ing several days in each place. The first one was held in Buffalo, New York, October 1G-10. The attend ance and the deep interest surpassed all expectations. In Detroit, December 4-7, ono thou sand men sat down to the banquet, and the convention throughout was in keep ing with this fact. In New York January 9-10, on n most desperately stormy night, 1,850 men, by actual count, sat down to the opening dinner, and on Sunday, the I IS Where You Live ONE CENT A WORD PER . ISSUE LOST AND FOUND LOST By a nowsboy, silver watch and gold chain. Finder please leave at tho Silver Bolt office. FOUND Pockotbook containing cards and papers. Evidently property of B. J. Siovenson. Prove property and pay for this ad. at Silver Belt office. IMPORTANCE OP SMALL THINGS A great battle was once lost from tho lack of a horse-shoo nail. Ter riblo railroad wrecks have been caused by a timepieco being a little slow. Most all watches havo a doz en or more screws in the balance wheel to give tho proper weight. Sometimes a screw will work loose. Then your watch will lose time un til the scrow drops out, when it will go too fast. I make a specialty of repairing, adjusting and regulating watches. Tho best advertising I do !s to please my customers. RUBOTTOM, THE JEWELER South end of the bridge. Send somo of the special Mining Editions of tho Silver Belt to your friends abroad. A few left at tho low prico of 25 cents each. lGth, 5,000 men crowded into the hip podrome. A newspaper stated that this audience "included more picked men of social, commercial and religious influ ence than were ever brought together before under any auspices within tho limits of New York city." The re sponses of the men to the addresses of tlie occasion was thrilling and the im pression of concentrated power was ov erwhelming. And yet there are writers who find it necessary to hunt for the sensational in order to be ablo to sell their articles for so much per word, who say that tho church is effete. Nay, it is on its feet and certainly going some. fThig series of conventions has been moving gradually westward with no abatement of interest. A convention is now in session in El Paso which will closo its sessions next Tuesday. Then comes tho convention our own nt Phoenix, March 4-6. Tho railroads havo granted a one and one-third rate. Plates will bo laid for 450 at the open ing banquet. Among the speakers aro ten or twelve of the leading business men of the country. Ministers, if there, will be in the background. These con ventions aro all inter-denominational. Tho call of this convention, as will be seen by tho invitation published else where in this paper, is to the laymen of Arizona. Globe ought to send a largo delegation. This meeting has a deeper meaning than the visit of Bryan or Taft. The series will closo at St. Paul April 20-28, and then a great national Mis sionary Congress will be held in Chica go May 3-0. Cannot the men from the various churches in Globe got together .early in the coining week and arrange to send a delegation to this convention, who can bring back something of tho spirit and power of the convention to stir and quicken list Things arc being done, let ns get into tho game! A Poser for President Hadley President Hadley of Yale, visiting a children's .school in Bridgeport, once asked a little boy who Esau was. Tho lad's reply was astonishing. "Esan," said he, "was the author of a book of fables and ho sold the copy right for a bottle of potash." Wash ington Star. JUST IN TIME Some Globo Peop'e May Wait Till It's Too Late. Don't wait until too late. Bo sure to be in time. Just in time with kidney ills Means curing the back Beforo backacho becomes chronic; Beforo serious urinary troubles set in. Doan's Kidney Pills will do this. Hero is testimony to prove it. Horaco B. Palmer, 43C S. Meyer street, Tucson Ariz., says: "I was troubled by my back and kidneys for a long timo and on tho suggestion of a friend I used Doan's Kidney Pills. I am glad to say that this remedy brought mo great benefit. A dull pain through my kidneys obliged me to walk in a stooped position and at night I was robbed of my rest, having to get up to pass tho kidney secretions. Of ten when the secretions wero voided, there was a scalding sensation present. Doan's Kidney Pills took away tho pain and regulated the passages of the secretions. While I used only one box of this preparation, I was given lasting relief. Tho fact that a person of my age can bo so greatly benefited bv Doan's Kidney Pills leaves no room for doubt of their efficiency. " For salo by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milbum Co., Buffalo, New York, solo agents for tho United States. Remember tho 'name Doan's and take no other. Cactus Saloon and Rooming House ED. KNIGHT, PROP. . 485 N. Broad St. Under new management. The very best Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Your patronage solicited. DR. P. B. CALER DENTIST GLOBE OFFICE BLDG. Phono 1501. Over Naquln's 12 Hours TO PHOENIX Via Globe-Kelvin Stage Line. Leaves Globo 4 a. m. every day. Leaves Kelvin 11 a. m. every day. Faro one way, $0.00. Round trip, $10.00. Connects with Phoenix & Eastern R. R. at Kelvin. O. K. Livery, Feed & Sale Stable W. P. KELSEY, PROP. rpHE RODGERS HOSPITAL and Training School for Nurses For Surgical, Maternity and Goneral Medical Cases. A limited number of pupil nurses taken for training. Directory for Graduate Nurses in Connection. MARE A. RODGERS, M. D. 123 S. Stone Ave. Tucson, Arizona. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS NOTICE UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, AT PHOENIX, ARIZONA, December '22, 1909 SERIAL NO. 07774. NOTICE is hereby given that Hamp ton D. Ewing, of Yonkers, County of Westchester State of New York, by B. Britton Gottsberger, of Miami, coun ty of Gila, Territory of Arizona, Attor ney in Fact, has filed in this office his application to select, under tho provisions of the Act of Congress, approved March 4, 1907, (34 Stats. 1408) tho following described land: NB'4 SWi Sec. 19, T. 1-N., R. 15-E., G. & S. R. B. & M. Any and all persons claiming adverse ly the lands described, or desiring to object beoause of the mineral character of the land, or for any othor reason, to tho disposal to applicant, should file their affidavits of protest in this office on or before the 31st day of Jan uary, 1910. FRANK H. PARKER, Register. First published Dne. 29. NOTICE PHOENIX, ARIZONA, LAND OEFICE, December 22, 1909. SERIAL NO. 67773. NOTICE Is hereby given that Hamp ton D. Ewing, of YonkeTS, County of Westchester Kt:if of Ksn Vnjlt l B. Britton Gottsberger, Attorney, in act, wnose i-ostomce address is Mi ami. County of Gila, Territory of Ari zona, nas Hied in tbis office his appli cation to select, under the provisions Of the Act of Congress, approved March 4. 1907 (34 Stats. 14081 the 8EM RWV. Sec. 19, T. 1-N., R. 15-E., G. & S. R. . M IU. Anv anil all nArfinnR Mnlminw nHvnrmt. ly the lands described, or desiring to object because of the mineral character of the land, or for any other reason, to tne disposal to applicant, should file their affidavits of protest in this office on or beforo the 31sk Anv nt .Tan. nary, 1910. FRANK H. PARKER, Register. First published Dec. 29. NOTICE PHOENIX, ARIZONA, LAND OFFICE December 22, 1909. SERIAL NO. 07776. NOTICE is hereby given that namp tot D. Ewing, of Yonkers, County of Westchester, State of New York, by B. Britton Gottsberger, of Miami, coun ty of Gila, Territory of Arizona, Attor ney in Pact, has filed in this office his application to select, under the provisions of the Act of Congress, approved March 4, 1907, (34 Stats. 1408) tho following described land: 8WM SW4 (Lot No. 4) Sec. 19, T. 1-N., R. 15-E.. G. & S. R. B. & M. Any and all persons claiming adverse ly the lands described, or desiring to object becauso of the mineral character of the land, or for any othor reason, to the disposal to applicant, should file their affidavits of protest in this oflice on or beforo tho 3l6t day of Jan uarv, 1910. FRANK II. PARKER, Register First published Dec. 29. BUILDING SITES $900 buys two choice lots in best residence portion of East Globe, near Schwarz grocery. These are really tho cheapest and best lots in East Globe. $1,900 buys swell corner 100x100 on Cottonwood and Second streets on East Globe Hill, commanding elegant view of entire town. $2,000 buys two lots each 55.5x112.5, cast front on High street, be tween Maple and Cottonwood streets, an ideal spot for a modern homo. If you intend to build, let us show you what we havo in the way of vacant ground. If you wish to buy a home, let us show you some of the bargains we have in prices from $750 to $5,000. Globe Real Estate Office P. L. TOOMBS, Manager 165 North Broad DO YOU OWN YOUR HOME IF YOU ARE NOT SURE We Will County Phono 2211 L. B. BUSINESS CHANCES Here are some money making propositions for yon: Butcher shop and building, fixtures; slaughter house, fixtures, good well, power pump and pipo line complete. Cheap for cash. Good terms to right party. Forty-acre Ranch near Globe. Cash or terms to suit. Threo lots, 81x112' feet, makes one block. Can be bought for $600. Part cash, balance to suit. One six-room house, corner lot, Noftsger hill. $2,000; easy monthly payments. Life Insurance, Fire Insurance, Real Estate, Loans and Rentals. RUTH A. GIBBS, 110 East Oak St. Just Received a Fresh Shipment of POST TOASTIES at BROOKNER'S THE BIG STORE Best Breakfast Food in the World. PHONE MAIN 62 MADE BYTHE'CUBAN CIGAR C2,DENVER,COi o. INDIAN HOT SPRINGS These famous Indian Hot Springs are only twenty minutes' ride from Hot Springs Station, Graham County, Arizona. Excursion tickets to Ft. Thomas and the Springs every Saturday and Sunday, good returning Monday. If you are suffering from rheumatism, gout, dropsy, liver, kidney and stomach troubles, blood disorders or women's diseases, these Springs will cure you. Tho most wonderful mud and mineral baths. Not Only for the Sick, but Rest for the Well ALEXANDER BROTHERS, POSTOFFICE, PORT THOMAS, ARIZ. Rates: $2.00 to $3.00 a day FEED $ GRAIN jsT j flo GRAIN r7 BARCLAY & COMPANY Single and Double Teams Saddle Horses Hay, Grain and Coal. A specialty made of Fine Livery Rigs. Telephone 171 Telephone 1101 LET US READ YOUR TITLE Tell You Abstract Co. P. O. Box ELY, Secty. 1029 PHONE MAIN 02 RUSH ORDERS aro a feature of our grain and feed business to which wo pay particular at tention. If your bins show up somo morning with little or nothing to cover the bottom, call us up by 'phono and we'll send a supply for your hungry slock in a jiffy. You know our pro vender and our prices. Try us out on celerity in meeting your urgent needs. Arizona Fuel & Feed Co. Main 150 Globe, Arizona.