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J. C. PHILLIPSON
INSURANCE, LOANS and REAL ESTATE
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY IN A GOOD AND RE
LIABLE COMPANY AND
IT IS MIGHTY IMPORTANT TO YOU THAT THE
AGENT WHO WRITES YOUR INSURANCE NOT
ONLY WRITES YOU IN A GOOD COMPANY, BUT
THAT HE WRITES YOUR POLICY RIGHT, THAT
HE KNOWS HIS BUSINESS AND ATTENDS TO
IT. MILLIONS HAVE BEEN LOST IN SAN FRAN
.CISCO BECAUSE OF THE IGNORANIOE OF SOME
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IN REAL ESTATE WE HAVE A NUMBER OF
GOOD BARGAINS. IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR
SELL CALL ON US; IT WILL PAY YOU.
BARRELS OF MONEY
WE HAVE BARRELS OF MONEY TO LOAN; EASY
TERMS AND A GUARANTEED CONTRACT. OUR
MOTTO: A SQUARE DEAL.
Our Motto: "A SQUARE DEAL"
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GLOBE SIGHTS AND
.Current News ol Busy Glooo Told In
L. W. French was a passongor for
0. DcBcly of Fort Thomas is in the
city on mining business.
AIox. Make left for the ooast yo3tor-
Hay to spond his vacation.
John Gibson is in tho citv from Pinto
'Greek for a few days visit.
T. L. Willis is in tho city from Tort
jThomas to spend Sunday.
Dr. .1. L. Parker, mine physician at
the Gibson, is a visitor in tho city.
C Tihs. John Bowman and son wore
iifnmong last night 'a arrivals from the
Attorney T. E. Flannigan left yester
day for Goldfield, Nov., whore he was
called on legal business.
Henry Pearson has returned from n
vacation which ho spent in San Fran
cisco and Los Angeles.
J. 0. Johnson has sold his Globe real
ty intorests to F. L. Wightmnn and
ivill go to Reno, New, to locate. .
Mi3s Alice Phillips of Thatcher, who
lias been sponding a few days with
friends, returned home yesterday.
Mrs. Susie Edwards, who has been
visiting at the Penrod home, loft yester
day for San Francisco.
Mrs. Dolphin Fort of Chicago has ar
rived in the city to take charge of the
millinery department of Brown's store.
Mrs. T. T. Towle and daughter left
yesterday for Los Angeles, where Miss
Towle will re-enter school forthc com
Mrs. J. W. Brown, wifo of the pro
prietor of Brown's store, roturned last
night from an extended visit in tho east
Miss Nora Hefly of Cleburne, Texas,
who will bo one of the new school teach
ers in Globe the coming year, arrived
in the city last night.
Jack Rico of San Francisco, one of
tho 'proprietors of tho Iris theater cir
cuit, is in tho city for a few days to
look after his local interests.
John Eaves, who hasbcen employed
as a jeweler at tho Globo Jewelry com
pany's store, left yesterday for No
gales, Avhero ho expects to locate.
Mr. Hyatt, tho road overseer, has
rented the Waysido Inn, Mrs. Duna-
is It Fully
THE ABOVE IS THE FIRST QUERY HEARD AS THE
CROWD SURGES AROUND THE BURNING HOUSE.
NOT EVEN IN THE INTENSE EXCITEMENT OF
THE MOMENT DO PEOPLE FORGET TO ASK THIS
ALL-IMPORTANT QUESTION. NOW IS A GOOD
TIME TO EXAMINE YOUR POLICIES AND CONSID
ER WHETHER OR NOT YOU ARE RUNNING TOO
GREAT A RISK.
We write Insurance in the strongest companies in
A Title Clear Is a Title Absolute
We furnish Abstracts of Titles
Special Attention Given to Rental Property
SO LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US EITHER FOR SALE, FOR
RENT OR FOR RENTAL COLLECTIONS.
GIVE US A. TRIAL
Gila County Abstract Co., Inc.
Telephone 441 Over Brown's Store
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way's now boarding house, in North
"Globe, and takes charge today.
Mrs. M. McCarthy and children re
turned last night from Edmonton, Al
berta, Northwest Territory, where thoy
spont a part of the summer with 'Mrs.
Ed Shultz, the well known Louisville
druminor, camo in last night from Clif
ton. He has just returned from his va
cation, which was spont in tho cast and
Superintendent Leroy Scholl of tho
Arizona National Mining company and
wifo loft yostordny for Willinmsport,
Pa. From thore they will go to Now
York, Washington and the 'Jamestown
Tom Trovillian has roturned from a
fivo weeks vacation which he spont inj
Snn Franeisco and other coast cities.
Owing to tho fact that thoro was no
rail communication, ho spont tho last
fow days at Safford.
Mrs. J. S. Miles and daughter Gladys
left yestorday for San Antonio and Aus
tin, Texas, and tho latter will enter a
school nt tho latter place. Mrs. Miles
will visit her parents at Roswoll, N. M.,
bofore returning to Globe.
There will bo a special meeting of Po
cahontas lodge Monday afternoon, Sep
tember 2, at 2 o'clock, at Odd Fellows
Trade at tho now Independent Market
in the Suter Buildiug. Not in the trust,
All parties indebted to tho lato E.
J. Edwards will please sottlo with A.
R. Edwards, administrator of tho estate,
at Globo, Ariz. tf
Chocolates kept cool and fresh in
tho hottest weather at Van Wagenens
Post Oflico Storo. Call and bo con
vinced. See B. J. Kellner & Co. for Firo In
surance. Several of the largest com
panies. With Globo Bank and Savings
Cures Old Sores
. Westmoreland, Kan., Ballard Snow
Liniment Co. Your Snow Liniment
cured an old sore on tho sido of my chin
that was supposed to bo a cancer. Tho
sore was stubborn and would not yield
to treatment until I tried Snow Lini
ment, which did tho work in short or
der. My sister, Mrs. Sophia J. Carson,
Allonsville, Mifiin county, Pennsylvania,
has a sore and mistrusts that it i3 a
cancer. Please send her a 50-cent bot
tle. Sold by Palace Pharmacy.
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FIRST TRAIN IN GLOBE
FOR ALMOST A WEEK
Tho promisod trnnsfor on tho Giln
Valley, Globo & Northern was mndo
yestorday and tho first train into tho
city for nlmost a weok arrived hero nt
shortly aftor 1 o'clock this morning,
bringing a five-days' accumulation of
pnssongers nnd mail from Bowie. A
freight train from Bowie brought tho
pnss'ongors, horded in box cars, as far
as tho bridgo at milepost 53, botween
Pima ami Fort Thomas, whero they
woro transferred to tho passenger train
from Bowio to tho passenger trnin from
Globo nnd tho outgoing pnssengors took
tho box cars. Tho train for Globo left
tho transfer point nt 7:30 o'clock. A
largo number of passengers arrived,
many of thorn having been at Bowie
since last Tuesday. It is expected that
tho passenger train for Bowio will leave
on time this morning and will mako the
through trip to Bowie, as repairs on
tho bridge nt milepost 53 will bo com
REGULARS AND ELKS
TO PLAY BALL TODAY
Owing to tho non-arrival of tho Tuc
son Corbotts, last night, tho ball game
this afternoon will be between tho Elks
and tho regular Globo team, who will
lino up as folloks:
Elks: Alexander, catchor; Stowart,
pitchor; Butz, first baso; Green, second
base; Moon, third baso; Fclnnd, short
stop; J. Aloxnndor, contor field; Ross,
right field; Blovins, left field.
Globo: Pinyou, catchor; Smith, pitch
er; Quinlovcn, first baso; Duering, sec
ond base; Mardorf, third baso; Bridwoll,
shortsop; Murphy, left field; Shirk, con
tor field; Sliute, right field.
The game should bo a good one ow
ing to the strong showing mado by tho
Elks in tho two games they have played
this season. Tho gamo will bo called at
Tomorrow afternoon tho Regulnrs will
play the Eagles, who will have as their
battory Collins nnd Pinyon of tho Globe
tonm. Bridwoll will probably pitch for
tlio Rogulars but tho receiving end of
tho battory has not yot been selected.
Notico to Taxpayors
Bring in your assessment list. Make
return to assessor at once!
C. C. CARICO,
9-1 City Assessor.
To those having rubber tire buggies
I wish to inform that I have in my now
shop a rubbor tireing machine, also a
stock of tho best grade of rubber tires
and wires. I am prepared to tiro your
buggios at reasonable prices.
301 G. W. M. CARVIL.
Sewing machines for rent at J. P.
ITcNoil's Furniture store, opposite the
Miners' union hall, Globo, Adz. '
Your Last Chance
To seo "A Drama on tho Riviera" at
the Iris tonight. Entire change Mon
Sunday Services at tho Methodist
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preach
ing at 11 o'clock by James D. Fergu
son. In tho evening the Epworth leaguo
will hold a rally. Prayer and praise
service will begin at 7 o'clock. At 7:30
the following persons will give short
addresses on the topics assigned:
William Howe Tho Divine Call.
II. L. Daniel Tho Object of tho Ep
J. D. Terguson The Epworth League
Sidney Sarah The League and Tem
perance. . : i . j j
Mrs. A. K. Stabler Christian Stew
ardship. Mrs. A. E. Crawford Personal Evan
gelism. There will bo specinl music by tho
choir. A cordial invitation is extended
to all to attend these services.
Your Last Chanco
To sec "A Drama on the Riviera" at
thd Iris tonight. Entire change Mon
How About Your Insurance?
Don't wait until the house burns
down before you think of insurance. See
Billio Poland about it at once. tf
To borrow on two years timo $7,000;
will give good security and pay 11 per
cent interest. Address Box 8S2, Globe.
An Ounco of Prevention
Is worth a pound of cure. There nre
many poor sufferers, consumptives, who
aro hopeless of getting well who, if
thoy had taken enro of themselves,
would now be well. A cough is the
foundation of consumption. Ballard's
Ilorehound Syrup will cure that cough.
Mrs. S , Great Falls, Mont., writes:
"I hnvo used Ballard's Horohound Syr
up in my family for years my chil
dren never suffer with coughs."
Leave an order for a nico roasted
chicken, a homo made cake or a dish
of gonuino Boston baked beans for Sun
day dinner at tho Barbecue Stand, just
west of Franz's lumbci yard. tf
A Trip to Italy
At tho Iris tonight. Don't miss it.
I am tho man who will, without extra
charge, go anywhero in tho city to tako
an acknowledgment, day or night, rain
or shino; also draw up deeds, roleasos,
mortgages and wills at small-cost; bug
gy always ready in front of Brown's
storo. Phono 441. L. H. Brown, tho
notary public. tf
General Robert E. Leo
Was tho grcate'st general tho world has
over known. Ballard's Snow Liniment
is tho greatest linimont. Quickly cures
all pains. It is within tho reach of all.
T. II. Pointer, Hempstead, Texas,
writes: "This is to certify that Bal
lard's Snow Liniment has been used
in my household for years and has beon
found to bo an excellent liniment for
rheumatic pains. I am never without
it." Sold by Palaco Pharmacy,
The Alexander Theater
Moving Pictures and Illustrated
Songs. Ghango of program Tuesdays
and Fridays. Two performances
each evening First, 8 p. m.; socond,
0 p. m. General admission, 15 conts.
Reserved, 25 cents.
Three nights ending Aug. 20
Overture- Prof. Bergoron
"First Night Out"
Charles E. Jennings in Illustrated
"The Miner's Homo Sweet Homo"
"A Race for a Wife"
Illustrated Song by Charles Jennings
(Tho Latest Song Hit)
' ' Mario Antoinette ' '
"A Moonlight Dream"
(A Roaring Comedy)
Drcdiiilcind er H
Afternoons, 2 to 4
Commencing September First
Music Every Afternoon by
DREAMLAND BRASS BAND
Plans and Specifications Furnished. 4
Jobbing Promptly Attended to. I
Telephone 1615. P. O. Box 490.
J. C. McELROY - Globe, Ariz, j
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HERE IS THE BEST HIGH OUT SHOE MADE OF LEATHER, OUT
FROM TAN OHROME VEAL STOCK, OF SPECIAL OIL TANNED
PROCESS, RENDERING IT SOFT AND AS NEARLY WATERPROOF
AS LEATHER CAN BE MADE. THE SOLE IS VESCOLIZED. THE
INSDDE IS AS SMOOTH AS A GLOVE. WE HAVE THEM FROM 8
TO 13 INCHES HIGH. ALL NEW STOCK. THE PRICE IS RIGHT.
Theatoro on Iris circuit: Bisbce,
Globe, Morcnci, Nogalos, Tucson, El
Paso nnd Ganinoa.
Four NigMu Ending Sunday
Bv PROFESSOR REINBOT1I
"A Mother's Dream"
(A very pretty story)
R. H. CHAPLER
In Illustrated Song Entitled
"Tho Last Rose of Summer Is tho
Swcotcst Song of All"
Showing Modorn nnd Anciont Rome,
Venice, tho Grand Canal, tho Bridge
of Sighs, Mount Vesuvius, etc.
EDW. R. KEITH
In Illustrated Song Entitled
"Moot Mo, Sweet Kathleen, in
"Drama on tho Riviera"
"Washings Badly Marked"
General Admission 15c
Reserved seats 25c
First Porforraanco 8 p. m.
Second Performance 9 p. m.
Evenings, 7:30 to 10:30
and Builder I
N. Brokd St.
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co.
Capital $100,000 Surplus $25,000
L. D. Itickctts D. W. Wickcrsham T. A. Pascoo
A. T. Thomson II. S. Van Gorder
O. E. Mills , E. JL nurd Ph. Frendonthal
I. E. Solomon
INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS
All Classes of Accounts Invited. Foreign Exchange at Lowe3t Rate3
E. M. HURD, Manager
J. WATT HOGUE
Way up 'mid the hill3 where the grass grows green,
Whero foxes bark and eagles scream,
As thoy fight o'er bones of Indian brave3,
Who long have slept in rock-walled graves.
The Home Investment Co.
Will bo absent from Globe for a cruise 'mid tho mountains to seek that
spring for which Ponco do Leon sighed. When we return our bargain
counter will have some choice assortments of lots and homos to offer
for sale. Buying or selling, do the best you can with the other fellow;
if ho don't treat you right in bargains and prices, tho
HOME INVESTMENT CO.
Can tell you how it happened when they all return.
Did you ever eat any
REAL ICE CREAM
Or have you been trying to enjoy eating- snow balls?
A trial order will convince you that we are the
only Ice Cream takers in the city.
We are prepared to make it in any quantity and
guarantee that you will be pleased with every order.
Give us a trial.
WE ARE MAKING OUR OWN CANDIES
We use only the best material and make cand)r every
day which insures you fresh goods.
Don 't forget the place,
118 Broad St. Telephone 2021
I The H. H. Bru
DEALE3S IN LISTED AND UNLISTED SECURITIES.
T Thirty-minuto quotations and privato wire connections with Boston and
New York markets.
The Duluth and Ishpeming curb markets a specialty.
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins.
TRY MY WIRE SERVICE.
J Trust Building
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BUXTON & MERRITT
Everything in Painting, Paper Hanging and Signs
A COMPLETE STOCK OF WALL PAPER
'We guaranteo all our work"
"The Samo Old Stand"
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"We Lead, Others Follow"
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention
I Largest Line Drusrs, Toilet Articles
I Prescription Work a Specialty.
Open an Account with us Today
AND GET J '
Quality Goods and Accurate Service
WE WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN PLACING YOUR NAME
ON OUR BOOKS. YOU SHOULD BE GLAD TO HAVE IT THERE
FOR MANY REASONS.
1. YOU CAN BE ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN OF GETTING QUAL
3. OUR SOLICITORS ARE THE VERY BEST TO BE HAD.
4. YOU PAY NO MORE FOR OUR GOODS THAN ELSEWHERE.
With a Monthly Contract you get Cash prices. Why? Because thirty
days is cash with us and a great convenience to many.
JUST TRY US FOR 30 DAYS
NOW IS THE TIME TO BEGIN. EVERYTHING SOLD ON A
STRICT GUARANTEE. MONEY BACK IF WE DON'T PLEASE YOU
GLOBE COMMERCIAL CO.
THE EL S1DEL0 CIGAR
SOLOMON-WICKERSHAM CO., Distributors
JAMES W. HOGUE
Vice President and Cashier
Camp Cook and Hired Man
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