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f V 1 ,t Saturday, April 9, 1910. In Walking Distance of Where You Live WANTED WANTED Miss M. Bledsoe, stenog rapher, room 38 Trust building, so licits legal and commercial work, WANTED Confinement cases by prac tical nurse. Best of references. 327 South First street or P. O. Box 2050. WANTED Competent Jap for general houso work. Apply 411 East Oak street. GIRL WANTED General housework. Sleep home. Mrs. Mayne, 009 South Broad. WANTED By a first class woman cook, placo at mino boarding house. No objections to lenvo town. Ad dress Alexsandra, Silver Belt, Globe, Ariz. "WANTED Nurso girl. Apply Mrs. Koland Jacobs, Third and Maple. WANTED To rent A six, seven or eight room house. Must bo strictly modern and in a desirablo locality. Address "I'ermnnent," caro of Sil ver Belt. WANTED Eyes that need fitting with glasses. Dr. Thomas, 509 N. Broad. WANTED Churn drillers. Koyatono machino men preferred. No boozo fighters. Arizona-Morcnci Copper Co., Clifton, Ariz. AVANTED Stenographer for law of fice. Entiro timo not required. Priv ilege of outsido work given. Ed ward AW ISicc. Rooms 22-24 Trust Building. AVANTED Girl for general houso work. Mrs. J. G. Kroon, corner Apacho and Sutherland streets. AVANTED Situation as cook in-small mino camp, by competent woman. Ad dress K, caro Silver Belt. AA'ANTED AVarrior for silo at $11, if taken immediately. My broker is crowding mo to cover. Also Majos- tic for diamond ring. II. M. Brown, Box 2233. Brief Territorial News An bfd-timcr of Tombstono claims the present drouth in tho cattle coun try has been moro disastrous than any since tho famous dry spell of 18!) 1. Cochise county is paying bounties on Mdes at tho rato of $8,000 per annum. Tho baseball teams of tho University of Arizona and tho Tempo Normal aro preparing for a scries of thrco games for tho amateur championship of tho territory. Two men wcro fatally burned in a fire resulting from tho explosion of a gasoline tank m tho engine room at tached to tho principal hotel of Mari-. Mining company has taku a sensation copa Tu'esday. They wero the 20-year- al rise on reports of now and important old son 01 x. .1. -Mcuarty, proprietor. of tne noteJ, nnu a uunese servant. Fourteen Chinese are being held in the federal jail at Tucson awaiting de portation for being illegally in tho United States. Part of tho skeleton of a man was found Sunday afternoon near Rankin, on tho Southern Pacific n low miles from Tucson, by linemen employed by548,0S0 pounds of coppu.- during ina the Western Union, xvo cluo to tno identity of the body could "bo found. Ten new names wero added to tht Tucson chamber of commerce last week through the efforts of Secretary Failor, who is conducting a campaign for in creased membership. me party ot Tucson boosters consist- ing of Victor L. Mason, Ben Goodrich, F. A. Moltcr and AVJlliam Staunton, has returned from Mexico, whero theyl0ns which ljavo not been made public, went to invito tho governors of certain unknown parties rotten-egged tho auto Mexican states to tho celebration at mobile 0f District Attorney Bollard tho Old Pueblo on tho occasion of tho 0 Maricopa county as it stood on the opening of the AVest Coast railroad next street at Phoenix Monday evening. Tho month. The class iu mining engineering ot tho University of Arizona has returned to Tucson after a trip through tho Globo and Ray mining districts 111 tho search of practical mining knowledge. , , I Colonel AV. C. Greene, 011 11 visit to Tucson tlio otner nay, expressed mu.froiu his boozo dreams. opinion that the Casa Grundo irriga tion project would bo ready for tho distribution of water within a year's time. After being closed down ten days, tho Oliver shaft of tho Copper Queen company at Bisbeo has resumed opera tion, necessary repairs having been com pleted. Tho Montezuma and tho Gold Hill mining properties, in tho Florence dis- trice navo consoiiuaieu unuer mu uumu of tho Montezuma Gold company. 'A new airship, embodying tho prin ciples of tho AVright Brother machines, with many improvements, as claimed by tho inventor, has been built by A. AV. Stewart, u Preseott electrician. Tho city coucil of Tucson has ap pointed a committee of threo to look MOTHER GRAY'S SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN, A OerUinKelief forKrverNli nrgs, l!ntiMlltintlmi. Ilnnilni-lm. Stomnch Troubles, Terlhlnjf IV..W...U Thaw ll.Dnll .1.. f'nljlu TrftdeMark. InaiRnnm. Af ftll nn.mll PJ.ntm Don't accept Sample nulled FKKK. Addresi. injtub.liuite. A. S. OLMSTED, Le Roy, N.Y. j L ONE CENT A WORD PER ISSUE WANTED WANTED 1,000 to 10,000 shares of Pinto, if cheap for ready cash. Also want some tareen Itlver and Dixon at sacrifice. II. M. Brown, Box 2233. TOE SALE FOR RENT OR FOR SALE Five roomed houso furnished or unfurnish ed. Ruth A. Gibbs, 110 E. Oak street. FOR SALE Fifty-foot business lot on Broad street, centrally located, or will consider a lease. P. O. Box 2103, Globo, Ariz. FOR SALE Two hundred dollars buys a good light team, harness and light spring wagon. Suitablo outfit for mountain camping trip or light deliv ery. E. D. AA'clch, AVcdgo saloon. FOR SALE The- AVheatfields store; storo building and residence of four rooms, hay barn, etc. For particulars address Mrs. Fred Hansen, AVheat fields. FOR SALE Between 5,000 and G,000 first class second hand brick, cheap. Arizona Co-Operative Mercantile Co. FOR SALE Miami -restaurant, cheap. Next door to Fitzpntrick's saloon. Apply at Fitzpatrick's saloon. into the formalities necessary t inaug urating the oommision form of govern ment and recommend tho proper course to pursuo toward the desirjd end. Sevcnty-ono saloon licenses were granted at a recent session of the board of supervisors of Mnricop.i county. Six applications wero turned down. The Nogales board uf trade has tak en up tiio ii ntter of 1 .ihlit 3 si goo! wagon road from that city j the Altar mining disr'tt. where lonaiilurnblo ac tivity is n evidence just now. Tho stock of tho Shu. c Aiiz.mn striKcs on tlic property. Tho '""oppcr Queen Mining "lonpmy last year distributed $5,:i0'j,0o2 in divi dends to ns stockholders. Dr. James Douglas, h-ni jf iho Phelps LjJgo company, spent. 11 day in Bisbeo last week. Tho minus iif Arizona iii-.i.hic-n.l "s5 .past year. T..s entire miin'i.-il ili.nliij: of the Territory for the j sar is valued r.v $4L',L'yi,Lil Fires will be started in tho Humboldt smelter the first of tho week after .1 shutdown of moro than a year on ac count of financial troubles, according to statements of officers of tho smeltinir company, To vont somo form of suite. or reas parties guilty of tho trick havo not been apprehended. Stretched out in his cell, cold in death. Josouh Barr. an inmate of tho Phoenix jail, was found Tuesday morn- jKi ij0 la(1 i,ceu thrown in jail tho evening beforo under tho inilueneo of liquor and expired beforo ho recovered Phoenix labor unions organized n Central Labor union Wednesday even, ing. Tho ou'tput of the mines of the Im perial Copper company, at Silverbell show an increase over last year of nearly half a million dollars. Tho Solls-Floto circus is billed for Phoenix on April 21. Hugh Knox, elder son of Philander C. Knox, secretary of state and brother of P. C. Knox, Jr., whoso recent matri monial venture attained much publicity through tho press, is visiting in Phoe nix. Yuma papers announce tho arrival of Ed Keith of Globe, who is doing a black-face vaudevillo stunt through tho territory while waiting for tho comple tion of tho Elks theater here,' of which Keith will bo manager. Tho Sunday schools of Maricopa, Yuma and Pinal counties will meet in Phoenix Sunday in annual tri-comity convention. John P. Orme of Phoenix was elected president of the Salt River A'allcy AVa- YOU MAY frequently find a "want ad. really worm loosing 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 SALE FOR SALE Furniture three - room house; house for rent. 175 East Mes quite. FOR SALE Saddle horse and saddle. Apply O. K. Stables. FOR SALE Three room house and bath. Best location in tho city. Lot 52x107. Houso in first clnss re pair. AVill sell, if sold within the next five days, for $1,700; $200 cash, balanco $24.00 per month. Address Bargain,, Silver Belt. FOR SALE Furniture, for two rooms; also Mission dresser and dining tablo. 430 Smith High street. FOR SALE Good milk cow. Apply 255 North Second. FOR SALE NUMBER TOUR HOUSE Houso numbers for sale at tho Sil ver Belt office nice, nickel plated ones; what you need to number your house attractively, for 50 cents. Come and get them while they last. FOR SALE Old pnpers in packages of 100, 25c, at Silver Belt office. ter Users association at the annual elec tion Tifesday. A Chinese hobo who is suspected of having smuggled himself into ' this country from Mexico, was taken off the" top of a passenger car by officers in Tucson the other evening and landed in jail to await a hearing and examina tion ns to his right to bo in this coun try. He gave his name as AVong Qu Yip. Cerillo Merino was caught red handed in tho act of driving off a bunch of cat tle near Tucson tho other day and will bo tried for rustling. Rev. Father Dabovich, a priest of the Greek faith, is in Bisbeo with the pur pose of starting a church"for his coun trymen in that city. The charity committeo of the Bisbeo board of trade during tho past year expended in connection with its work the sum of $432.55. Tho Douglas Daily International has inaugurated the novel feature- of pub lishing its editorial notes on tho front page of the paper. They ought to be able to got them read by this method. Baptists of all over Arizona and por tions of California and New Mexico aro holding their annual convention in Phoenix this week. Send somo of the Special Mining Editions of tuo Silver Holt to your friends abroad. A few left at tho low price of 25 cents each. QUABTEB POUND A WEEK At least is what a young baby ought to gain in weight. Docs yours? If not, there's something wrong with its jli gestion. Give it McGco's Baby Elixir and it will begin gaining at once. Cures stomnch and bowel troubles, aids diges tion, stops fretfulness, good for teeth ing babies. Price 25c and 50c. Sold by Palace Pharmacy. Soventy pages of illustrated informa tion about Globe and tho great Globe district, handsomely bound and a boost for home. Send somo to your friends who don't rcalizo tho greatness of Globe, uct them tor z5 cents each' at tho Silver Belt office. Diarrhoea shoul.t to cured without loss of timo and by a medicine which, like Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, not only cures promptly but produces no unpleasant after effects. It never fails and is plcsant and safe to take. Sold by all druggists. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS AMENDMENT OF ARTICLES OF IN CORPORATION or THE DUQUESNE MINING COMPANY BE IT RESOLVED That Article VI of the Articles of Incorporation of The Duquesno Mining Company, bo and the sanio is hereby amended to read as follows: ARTICLE VI. The Affairs of this corporation shall bo conducted by a Board of Nine (9) Directors who shall bo stockholders. A majority of said Board shall constitute 11 quorum for tho transaction of busi ness. Upon this amendment being perfect ed tho stockholders shall elect four additional Directors who shall act witli the existing Board, and that on the first Monday in April ot lull, and cacli year thereafter, a new Board of Nino Directors shall lie elected. That tho Board of Directors shall DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT opportunity" ONE CENT A WORD PER ISSUE JAPANESE HELP JAPANESE janitors, housecleaners, cooks and waiters. AVashing done by day or hour. First class work. Telophone Main 27. P. O. Box 2430. San Hirhcyasin and Harry Sasaki. FOR RENT BOOMS rOR RENT Furnished front room with bath; hot and cold water. Ap ply 341 Ash. FOR RENT Three nicely furnished rooms for housekeeping. 435 North Hill street, Bailey block. FOR RENT Desirable offices for rent on favorable terms in tho Hnmill building. Apply to Geo. J. Stoneman, Trust BIdg. FOR REN1 JNlceiy inrmsned room with clectrjc light and bath. 442 East Cedar street. FOR RENT Furnished room with bath, reasonable. 518 E. Mcsquite. FOR RENT lurmshcd front room, with bath. Reasonable. 245 North Sutherland. BOARD AND BOOMS BEST table board at reasonable rates, also furnished rooms, electric lights and bath. 335 S. Sutherland. LEGAL ADATERTISEMENTS have power to fill vacancies in the Board and shall hold office until their successors are duly elected and quali fied. TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. County of Gila ss. AVe, F. R. Dietz and George R. Hill, respectively President and Secretary of The Duqu'esno Mining Company, here by certify that the foregoing is a full, truo and correct copy of a resolution adopted at a stockholders meeting of The Duquesno Mining Company at Globe, Arizona 011 the 4th day of April, 1910, and that the Articles of Incor poration of the said Company aro ac cordingly amended by virtue of such resolution, and in pursuance of the laws of tho Territory of Arizona. IN AVITNESS AVHEREOF, wo have hereunto set our hands this 4th day of April, 1910. i H. DIETZ, Attest: -President. GEORGE R. HILL, (Corporate Seal) Secretary. TERRITORY OF ARIZONA, County of Gila ss. Beforo me, Charles F. AVhitcher, a Notary Public in "and for tho County of Gila, Territory of Arizona, on the day personally appeared F. R. Dietz and Geo. R. Hill, known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to tho foregoing instrument and who acknowledged to mo that they execn'ted tho same for tho purposo and consider ation therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of of fice this 4th day of April, A. D. 1010. CHARLES F. AVHITCHER, Notary Public. My commission expires Aug. 1, 1912 (Notarial Seal) . First published April G, 1910. Last published April 12, 1910. NOTICE UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, AT PHOENIX. ARIZONA, February 28, 1910. SERIAL NO. 07774. NOTICE Is hereby given that Hamp ton D. Ewing, of Yonkers, County of AVestchester, State of New York, by B. Britton Gottsberger, of Miami, couu ty of Gila, Territory of Arizona, Attor ney in Fact, has filed in this office his application to select, under the provisions of tho Act of Congress, approved March 4, 1907, (34 Stats. 1408) the following described land: NEi, SAVV1 Sec. 19, T. 1-N., R. 15-E., G. & S. R. B. & M. Any and all persons claiming adveise ly tho lands described, or desiring to object because of tho mineral character of the land, or for any other reason, to tho disposal to applicant, should filo their affidavits of protest in this offico on or beforo tho "5th day of April, 1910. FRANK n. PARKER, Register. First published March 23, 1910. NOTICE PnOENIX, ARIZONA, LAND OFFICE, February 2S, 1910. SERIAL NO. 07773. NOTICE is hereby given that Hamp ton D. Ewing, of Yonkers, County of AVestchester, State of 'New York, by J$. Untton uottsberger, Attorney, in Fact, whoso Postoffice address is Mi ami. County of Gila, Territory of Ari zona, has filed in this offico his appli cation to select, under the provisions of tho Act of Congress, approved March 4, 1907 (34 Stats. 140S) tho SE't SAV Sec. 19, T. 1-N., R. 15-E., G. & S. R. B. & M. Any and all persons claiming adverse- LOST AND FOUND FOUND Kodac leg. Owner prove property and pay for this ad at Sil ver Belt. FOUND Between Miami and Globe, hunch of keys. Owner may havo snmi by calling at this office, proving prop erty and paying for this ad. FOB BENT HOUSES FOR RENT Modern liouso of five rooms. Apply 300 South East street. FOR RENT Three room house, partly furnished. Apply room 2, Do Lacey house. IMPORTANCE OF SMALL THINGS A great battle was once lost from tho lack of a horse-shoo nail. Ter rible railroad wrecks havo been caused by a timepiece being a little slow. Most all watches havo a doz en or more screws in tho balanco wheel to give the proper weight. Sometimes a screw will work loose. Then your watch will lose timo un til the screw drops out, when it will go too faut. I make a specialty of repairing, adjustiug and regulating watches. Tho best advertising I do is to please my customers. BUBOTTOM, THE JEWELER South end of the brid go. Send some of tlio Special Mining Editions of the Silver Belt to your friends abroad. A few left at tho low price of 25 cents each. For Over-Eating ana Drinking Noth ing on Earth cleans you out like The Tuna Bitters, naturally easily. No upset, sick feeling. Palace Pharmacy. See the beautiful now Kimball Pi ano we aro giving away FREE. . On ex hibition in our store. Sultan Brothers. Seventy pages or illustrated informa tion about Globe and the great Globe district, handsomely bound and a boost for home. Send some to your friends who don't realize tho greatness of Globe. Get them for 25 cents each at the Silver Belt office. LEGAL ADATEBTISEMENTS ly tho lands described, or desiring to object because of tho mineral character of' the land, or for any other roason, to tho disposal to applicant, should filo their affidavits of protest in this office on or before tho 25th day of April, 1910. FRANK n. PARKER, Register. Tirst published March 23, 1910. NOTICE PHOENIX, ARIZONA, LAND OFFICE .fccuruary us, lyiu. SERIAL NO. 07770. NOTICE is hereby given that Hamp ton D. Ewing, of Yonkers, County of wcsicnesier, oiaie 01 iww Turn, uj B. Britton Gottsberger, of Miami, coun- ly 01 una, J.uriiiuijr ui. aiiiuuuj aiiui- ney in Fact, has filed in this office his application to select, under the provisions of tho Act of Congress, approved March 4, 1907, (34 Stats. 1408) tho following described land: SAV SAVit (Lot No. 4) Sec. 19, T. 1-N., R. 15-E.. G. & S. R. B. & M. Any and all persons claiming adverse ly tho lands described, or desiring to object because of the minera.1 character of the land, or for any other reason, to tho disposal to applicant, should file their affidavits of protest in this office on or beforo tho 25th day of April, 1910. FRANK II. PARKER, Register. First published March 23, 1910. NOTICE Sealed proposals addressed to the Board of Control of the Territory of Arizona at Phoenix, Arizona, and en dorsed "Proposals for the Construction of a Territorial Highway between the Towns of Roosevelt and Ulobo in the County of Gila, Territory of Arizona" will bo received by the Secretary of said Board in tho Capitol Building at Phoenix, Arizona, until two (-) o'clock local timo in the afternoon of AVedncs- day, the sixth day of April, 1910, and will be opened by said Board at the above placo and timo and tlicrcaitcr considered. The Board of Control reserves tho right to reject any and all bids. Completo information may bo ob tained on application to the office of tho Territorial Engineer. Tho Territory of Arizona by its Board of Control, J. J. JUUUS, Secretary. First published March 6, 1910. Last publishrd April 9, 1910, FEN 3. HILDRETH LAND, MINING AND IRRIGA TION LAW Suite 210, Fleming Bldg. Phoenix, Ariz. Makes a specialty of all business beforo tho local Land Office, Gen eral Land Office and Department of the Interior. Contests conducted, Plats made, Rights of AVay, Repayments, Townsites, and Forest Reserve Affairs. If you are thinking of pat enting your mines, let mo explain my method much cheaper, and you get tho result. Have for sale GOVERNMENT LAND SCRIP that acquires titlo in ono day without resi dence, cultivation or improve ments. Eight years an official of tho Laud Department. Just what you have been looking for Nico modern houso of five rooms, with front porch and screen porch. This is a nobby, comfortable homo and is situated in best por tion of town on lot 50x100, commanding excellent view of entire town and mountains. Price $2,000 small payment down; balance on terms like rent. Now strictly modern bungalow of four rooms; electric lights; bath; gas fire place, tho cosiest, nobbiest little home in Globe; in best resi dence portion of East Globe, excellent nicghborhood no shacks or nuisances. AVo also havo some of the most desirable lots left, ranging in price from $100 to $1,500. Globe Real Estate Office F. L. TOOMBS, MGB. PHONE 168 When You Buy a Home Bo sure your title is clear. There is only one way to be sure that tho title is absolutely clear, and that is to have it READ by a RESPONSI bio company. That is our business. That is why we pay a high salary to an expert who has made a study of reading titles and who-is RESPONSIBLE. See us or write us whenever you contemplate purchasing property or if you have purchased see us and be sure You Own Your Own Home Gila County Abstract Co. Phono 2211 L. B. ELY, Secty. REAL ESTATE BARGAINS 5-room modern house, improved lot, good barn; $5,000. Terms. 4-room houso on Broad St., four lots, $5,000. Terms. 2 houses on Pascoe Hill, big lot, both for $3,000. Easy terms. 5 houses IV2 per cent investment $8,500. 3 lots near reservoir, $100; must sell. 3 lots southeast of reservoir, $000. Terms. 5 room house in East Globe, very easy terms. C-room house, large corner lot, $2,000. 2 houses, two and four rooms, well improved lot, $3,500. 4-room house on Pascoe hill, $1,700. Easy terms. 4-room house, 3 lots closo in, $1,700. 6-room houso on Broad st., modern, $5,000. Two lots. C-room houso Broad st., $5,000. New 3-room house, Hill St., $1,350. Modern 4-room houso and 2-room house, both furnished; on good level lot, $3,o00. 3 good lots close in, $1,500. 6-room hoube, East Globe, $1,700. 5 lots, good location, $1,000. Modern 5-room house, Nob Hill, furnished, very easy terms. 1 lot 65x135, East Globo, $550. Ranches improved and unimproved opportunities for botn small and great. Let us show our good bargains to you. Life Insurance, Fire Insurance, Real Estate, Loans and Rentals. RUTH A. GIBBS, I If it comes from I I BROOKNER'S I I THE BIG STOBE I I It's Good I I PHONE MAIN 62 PHONE MAIN 62 I 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 aro suffering from rheumatism, gout, dropsy, liver, kidney and stomach troubles, blood disorders or women's diseases, these Springs will cure you. The most wonderful mud and mineral baths. Not Only for the Sick, but Rest for the Well ALEXANDER BROTHERS, POSTOFFICE, FORT THOMAS, ABIZ. Rates: $2.00 to $3.00 a day BARCLAY & COMPANY Single and Double Teams Saddle Horses Hay, Grain and Coal. A specialty made of Fine Livery Rigs. Telephone 171 Page Seven 165 NO. BROAD P. O. Box 1029 110 East Oak St. OPEN WIDE YOUR CELLAR DOORS so we can put in a supply of our clean, free-burning non-clinking coal. Then there'll be no hot words on account of a cold house up your way. You will be pleasantly surprised, too, at how far our coal goes. That's because it is the best mined. Let us have your qroer today. You can't do n good thing too soon. Arizona Fuel & Peed Co. Main 150 Globe, Arizona.