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   Daily Arizona Silver Belt, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1915, Miami, Arizona                              AUGUST ARIZONA SILVER PAGE FOB VQR fourroom house with In Skyland Highta Thisproperty is Well located and within two min utes walk of the Dank of Investigate at 11 you want a good Phone Ground floor Mike Price 78lt awortmeat In white ud col Latest styles all tiaV Come ud take advantage or them bar Free round rip fare refund ed on purchases of and BAATZ LADIES KlRMSHIXG STORE Ariiona EOR you want to own a home of your take this ouo x Frame with two 12x12 and one Large with chicken all fenced takes this bar balance to suit Or will rent at f 10 per water Property sit uated corner Third and Bailey Address Box FOU a Room ing house of 17 nicely furnfslie sleeping porch everything Call at Bon ton Ice Cream S4tf FOR SALE AND house to rent furniture for sale Apply o 57 Davis 8921 HELP WANTED itress at McNeil Hotel dining S2tf MISCELLANEOUS PROPERTY WANTED In exchange for modern Globe completely fur heavy oak mission furni Or will sell balance per Herbert1 Cljy Puoe 726tf GLOBE TOWN TOPICS ATTENTION Special cloalBf out tale of all at ONKHALF FOR LIVINGSTON FERRY The county engineers office has received the gas that is to to used In connection with the ferry at TO BU1U HOUSE A building permit was issued lo Hoguo Saturday by Mayor Bar clay for tlie construction of a six room which is to be built at the corner Jlesquite and Suther land MARCUS LAXTIX LEAVES Marcus Lantin left Globe this morning for San where he will join his family on a months va During his absence Sims Stanley will be in charge of the TO THE COAST Mr and George Reed left to ilay for a months vacation to CAU TO EJIEKY Meloy yesterday sold a new Hudson car lo DIDNT APPEAR accused of violating the Globe ordinances governing the use of failed to answer to the charges in tho Globe police court Saturday afternoon and his bond of f5 was accordingly declared for good mining pros 1 pacts to be listed with Dun 728tf LICENSED TO WED A marriage license has boon ucd to William Damron and lelle both of buy second hand range or large cook Frank oa Tamale Sullivan 8461 FOR good spring wag Call at Don Knights Tee Cream S3tf where he will pend a months reliable connec tion In Miami and to sell SAXON four and sixcylinder A moneymaking proposition for a live FOR Sullivan H diamond core with complete equip ment to drill to a depth of 600 This outfit Is practically I will sell it for less thin of what it Address 594S Clemens SS7M21 buy second hand comfortable rocker Mor ris chair and small Ice Ad Iress Silver Belt S71J FOE SALE FOR of SO rear all 40 acres silt soil no sand or Cheapest Irrigat ing water in state Address Silver 726tl LOST LO8T7A little golden cross also a chain with the Initials J The lucky person who find itvwill be rewarded If they return It to Fellia for issued by the Silver Belt to Oeorne Gillette on way to Lower Return o Stiver Belt or ITS TW1XS Doran the news yes that he is the father of twin The news came from Dorans Dennis at whosa Los Angeles home Doran Is now TO LAKE Fred Toupin left this mornlnj for ELLIOTT BACK Attorney of tlie law irm ot Alderman has re urned to his home here from Phoe where lie was representing the Copper company the tate board of Voters qualified to vote on the question of a highway bond issue for Glla county can cast their vote In any precinct In which1 they happen to be tlie county next pro viding they can convince the election officers of their This is the statement made to Chairman Walter Nash of the board of super visors by County Attorney Norman Frank clerk of tlie board o supervisors has been asked to call Ibo attention of all roters to the matter and urge nil lo vote one way or the other on tlic OF SCHOOLS MOVE Walter tho new superintendent of school of and wife have returned after having ittended University of Chicago for the summer Bland will occupy the Cook 145 South First Thane Cook left this morning for TONY NEARY IS IN GLOBE and Tony Henry have re turned to Globe from an extended visit to tho exposition In San Fran They report having had a fine Neary relieves lite at Millers with his wife and left today tn their automobile for San seevral days a rumor has been afloat in Phoenix that United States Sena tor Mark Smith was lying at the point of death at his formerhome in Tho rumor spread to the appointment of his H was reported that Governor Hunt would resign and that his Secre tary of would appoint liim to the In justice to the governor and the secretaryit should be said that they had not figured In any of these It Is not known that they had heard of the precarious slate of Smiths But the report of the illness of tio senator was dispelled by Receiver John Birdno of the public land who less than tivo weeks ago met the senator at San He was in excellent He had not been in Kentucky and did root expect to go there He had come to San Francisco with his sister and her two daughters who were on their way to whence they were going to sail for the Smith told Birdno that he expected to re turn to Arizona about he first of mm OF MUSIS RIFLES ence of tho Correspond Assoclated TO TUB FAIR McKevitl and Belle Scofleld left Saturday for San Francisco for a visit lo the exposl DIVORCE WANTED Fernando Ramirez of las lied with the clerk of tEie sii lerior court a petition asking for a divorce from his Refugio Ra IMS XKW JOKD has purchased a new Ford car from ttstriet the TO VISIT EXPOSITION The Misses Kavanaugh left yester day morning for visit to the expo sition at San ASKS DIVORCK Wllbert ilcKenzIe has applied for a divorce from Ada McKenzie on the grounds of RYAN UUYS Ryan last Saturday pur chased two lota in the Inspiration addition between Globe and of TO EXPOSITIONS and Rome started to day for Los Angeles on their way to Ran Francisco and San Dlegon GLAI NEWS Conyers yesterday received There are many reasons why your prescrip tions should be filled at We ask you for a trial that you may see them for yourself Forest Dentirt ment of 1ms issued ha following During the months of April and a total of 453 acres ot land within the Tonto National for were listed with the Secretary ot the Interior anil will shortly be opened o entry under the Forest Homestead Tlie lauds thus listed were applied for individ ually by live and each one Dave and Jliss Ruby Hilllgns were married at Pnyson on August 4 by Judge Devorc is Die son of the former chairman of he Glla county board of supervisors nnd is one of the best known young men in Hie His bride is the2 daughter of one of the most prominent rnnciiiuen in Ari After tlio ceremony a reten banquet and dnnce fiivcn for 230 friends of tlie young and Dovore make their liomc on Hie Hilllgns S IHEflR Hits Evangelist in speaking to a large audiencn at Iho Tent last said that Following Is the program rendered last evening by the Globe City band at the Gila county court l Thomas First Regiment Land of Rock applications within of these tracts was examined by forest officer and found to be mon valuable for agriculture than fo forest Those whose the Tonlo National Foerst were fa Golden vorably acted upon during months of April and July are Luther Ari Austin Henry Sam In to acres ware sted to applicants within other forests In and 261 acres within national forests tn New Reign of U A Bull in a China One Its Tulip Time in Hol The Glory of the Yankee Star Spanglcrl there would bo no eternal torment for tlie out declared that when tho unrighteous were pun shed H would be by fire from and would die out after it had consumed its Ho contin ued If Iho soul Is immortal and1 goes to Us reward at then people must believe that the wicked are In a place of This b as Satan wnuld hove lie preached Hie first sermon on the Immortality of tlyi soul In tho Garden ot Eden and has Idea ever The arch fiends is to clotlia God with Ills own attributes and cause men lo think Dial for the sins of this brief life lie plunges his creatures into hell to suffer as long as God himself shall Tluis peo ple are led to look upon God as n This doctrine has made mul titudes of Ho quoted many scriplurcs to show that the wicked shall pevisli and as though they had not The soul that it shall not livo lie showed that eternal fire was eternal only in its and that Soilom ami Go morrah suffered tha vengeance ot eternal fire as an example of ttioso who live He showed also that everlasting fire went out as soon as that upon which it was prey lug was He showed that forever meant only as long as Ufa Tlie subject tonight is Signs ot lie Go to Kelleys blndlo lor all kind of picture frames and tt YEAR OF WAR HAS SAVED FARM INDUSTRY lias been tho general practice of the British army in the present war to get Its of subalterns from tue best territorial which to the crack state guard regiments ot These regi ments receive as recruits only young men ot a certain standard of educa ioa and social The Hon orable Artillery which con sists now companies and which sprang from the arfma historic organization as the Honorable Artil lery company of is perhaps the best known of these reg iments in the United But no regiment contributes more young of ficers to tha new and regular armies than the Artists which has won commissions for nearly oi its former The Artists Rifles is composed of young professional men various Its versatility is illustrat ed by an incident that happened in the early days of the wlitn six electrical engineers restored electric to a French where the lights had railed with sertons conse H was the Artists converted a disused stable at Bailleul into a hath lioues for tlie men return ing from the Soon after going to the regiment was turned into a training school for officers on ground that its material was too valuable to waste In the ordinary A man who enlists as a private in the Artists and afterwards obtains commission from the training school In secures his senior ity in the regular if desires a permanent In the from tho date of his first com This training la remark ably as the men get all the life and the practical experience of privates with the technical training of a meuage announcing the of t ace and heir at where Conyers Is risHIng her MIAMI UKDKRTAXfNO Fan era director and licensed ea Lire Oak PDone For one American Industry the European war has proved literally a life This is tlie business of growing and making both from cane and While sugar does not rank in size as an agricul tural crop with corn or wheat yet the amount raised from American soil has reached large from to pound a One peculiar thing about SURHT is that it is grown in more different parts of American territory than uny other Cane augar is the principal product of Porto Eko and Philippine while ngtr are grown in slx tetn from Ohio in the tart to California in the west A year ago the industry of sugar production was on the Fol lowing the action of Congress in re ducing the duty on foreigngrown sugar and providing for its free ad mission after May forty Louisiana mills and plantations had passed into the Sheriffs hands or had been disposed of at forced A dozen beet sugar factories had closed ttieir doors and it was expect ed that 1915 would be the last year during which augar would be grown to any extent from American soil u growers declared1 that they could not meet competition of lugar pro duced trader cheap labor condi prevaffinr in tropical countries Then tie locking up the export sugar supplies of Central Europe and causing Great Franco and other European countries to turn to the American market for the purchase of Prices ad vanced rapidly and the Americnn sugar instead of facing de struction was once more able to pro duce his crop at a Sugar ex perte assert that prices will remain at a renumerative level as long u the war Thus the Europ ean conflict has been responsible for temporarily at an In dustry representing an investment of over and the crop of American grown sugar to he hanr eited dorinc present year prob ably will of neordfcreakiac   

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