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Tuesday, January 8, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
S7ss FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GLOBE
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you in a satisfactory
Globe Real Estate Office
F. L. TOOMBS, Manager
Wc buy large areas and subdivide oamo into good size rc3idcnco lots. Note thoindvantnge to
our customers. First coat of lota is less than half what it would bo if wo were to buy a sfew
lots at a time. Again, we survey the entire tract at once. Then, if there are any defects in
titles, the work necessary to perfect title to one lot will cover one hundred lots.
That is the reason we sell choice lots properly surveyed with clear titles at 50 to 70
per cent of prices currently paid for. the same class of ground
Wo also furnish abstracts; you are never safe without an abstract. With a complete tran
script of the county records we are able to furnish our customers with complete information
regarding any property in the county.
BIG FIGHT ON
Bovoridgo and Fairbanks in Strugglo
for Supremacy Senator Socks Now
Preliminary Law as Only Means of
See us before buying
Globe Real Estate Office
The W. W. Brookner Co.
The Big Store
Fine Club Room
1891 Carlisle Whisky
Celebrated St. Elmo Cigar
Moving pictures shown every night at
8 o'clock and many other attractive
features on the evening's program.
SYDNOR & STERNS
Walkout Follows Refusal to Give In-
crcaso to Hoisting Engineers Tucson
Requested to Send Police Assistance
to tho Camp. "
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Feed, Hay and Grain Stable
New Livery Rigs for Hire. We make a specialty
of buying and selling horses and vehicles
of every kind
Rooms 7 and 8. P. O. Bid. Phone 1211
WHIT1S HOUSE HOTEL
GIACOMINO & CO.
Large airy rooms, fine table service and
first class cafe.
Rates reasonable North Globe
Successor to E. F. Kellner Lumber Co.
Lumber of Every Description
Doors, Windows, Lath, Shingles,
H. D. HOEYE & SON
Five Chairs Four Baths,
Electric Face Massage
No Tiresome Waiting
Every Modern Equip
ment. Formerly Los Angeles Restaurant
to Serve Y.ou
Wm. Whalley, Prop.
E. T. GREEN
I am prepared to do your work and
will be pleased to give estimates
at any time. .
P.O. Box 976
Fresh Jool Anheuser always on
We carry none but the finest brands
of Whiskies, including
When passing by drou in. We
will treat you right.
SWITCH, NORTH GLOBE
An Eastman Kodak is one of
the most popular presents
for the holidays. We carry
a full line of Cameras and
Supplies. Come in and look
them over even if you don't
Want to buy now. :: :: :: ::
A special to tho Chicngo Kccord-Iicr-aid
from Indianapolis says: Tho members-elect
of tho house and senate who
aro known to bo adherents of United
States Senator Bcveridgo aro coming
to the legislative session with a deter
mination to have n general primary elec
tion law enacted along with tiio oilier
reforms that are scheduled for this win-
ton Tliov admit that the older politi
cians nri muter tlio control of Vice
President Fairbanks, and that tho only
hopo of tho reelection of Bevendgc to
the senate is in a primary election law
that will give each individual voter an
equal voice in tho choico of the party
Tho conclusion that Bovcridge is the
target of a great political combination
.has been forced upon him and his
friends within tho last few weeks. They
now know thnt Mr. Fairbanks is at the
head of an organization whose purpose
is to nominate Congressman Watson of
the sixth district for governor and name
Governor llilnly as Mr. Bovoridgo 's
successor in the senate. James P.
Goodrich, chairman of the Republican
state central committee, is a member of
tho combination, and it is said that the
Paris consulate is to be Ins reward it
Fairbanks is nominated and elected to
Seek to Control Machine
Of course, the first object of the or
ganization is to get complete control of
tho party machinery in the state. Ir.
Fairbanks now controls nine of the
thirteen members of the state central
committee, and these are actively at
work in their several districts organiz
ing their friends and getting in shape
for the final struggle. In addition to
these there is a hnlf hundred of federal
employees whom Mr. Fairbanks has np
nointcd. and nossibly twice as many
men iu office in Indiana whom Governor
llanly lias appointed. This is the army
that Senator Bcveridgo must go against
in order to be chosen for a third term
in the senate, and his friends candidly
avow that he will not be equal to the
emergency if prcseut methods of select
ing the campaign committees are contin
ued. Bcveridgo 'a friends have faith in the
primary for the reason that his support
is largely among the young and active
Republicans of tho state, but, outside
of two or three cities, they have proved
impotent because not versed in jwlitical
methods. It has b.ceu noticed also that
in every instance whero the question of
leadership was submitted to a primary
Bcveridgo has fared much better than
when delegates were selected in town
ship and county conventions by the old
Loser In Last Contest
In tho hist contest for members of
tho state central committee Fairbanks
secured nino members and Beveridge
but four, and in a majority of these in
which ho lost ho was assumed to nave
majorities in the districts. His friends
say they were simply wheedled out of
votes by tho arts of the old politicians
'whom Fairbanks succeeded in lining up
on his side, and that the only hope of
defeating tho vice president in the
struggle to control tho party organiza
tion is n liavine n primary law anu
allowing the vote of each man to count
the same as in tho selection of ciinmit
tecmen. Great pressure is being brought to
hear upon Governor Ilnnly, and it is
probable thnt he will recommend a pri
mary election mcasiiro in his forthcom
ing message. Jlo is said to neuevo m.ii.
such a law would bo strength rather
than weakness in his case, whatever,
might bo tho result- to Fairbanks anu
Finest of service and all
. the delicacies of season
' SPECIALTY OF SHORT
..... ORDERS ......
HOP, YET & CO., BROAD ST.
Next to McDonnough's
Not a word has been reveived hero
today from Helvetia, whero a striko of
tho hoisting engineers is in progress,
says Saturday's Tucson Citizen. Late
yesterday afternoon a special messen
ger arrived in tho city from Helvetia
bringing a message from Superintendent
F. B. Closo to Sheriff Pacheco, nsking
In tho imossml'o it was stated thnt
the hoi.stimr ennineers had none on a
strike and that many of tho Mexican
miners were drinking and it was -reared
that serious trouble, which might result
in loss of hfo and destruction of prop
erty, would ureal; out.
Sheriff Pacheco at once' sent Under
sherilf Meyer and Deputies Odcll and
Hscovnsa to Helvetia.
Owing to the fact that Helvetia is
more than ten miles from telegraph or
telephone communication, it was impos
sible to learn anything today about tho
It is' supposed, however, that tho offi
cers have the situation well in hand, as
they were given instructions to send in
mounted messengers for additional help
if the situation there was found to bo
The difficulty occurred several days
ago when the hoisting engineers de
manded more nay. They waited upon
Superintendent Closo and stated that
they did not think they were receiving
enough pay. Superintendent Close de
clined to grant them an advance in
wages and they struck, tying up tlio
Orders were immediately sent out for
other engineers, who wero secured with
out difficulty. Thursday night one iot
the new cugincers was held up by a
party of masked men whilo at work and
threatened with death if ho did not
Yesterday when tho Mexican miners
wero seen to be drinking considerably,
it was decided to send to Tucson for ad
ditional protection, as it was feared
that the strikers miL'ht incite the min
ers to strike and get them to destroy
At Helvetia there are two regular
deputy sheriffs, Mills and Turner. These
officers, with officials of the company
.mil the additional officers sent out from
here, should havo tho situation well iif
Superintendent Closo, in his letter
to Sheriff Pacheco, stated that the dif
ficulty was not over tho organization
of a "union, nor was it a striko of the
miners. Ho stated that the hoisting
engiuecrs did not havo thoir demands
complied with and consequently went
on a strike and sought to keep new
engineers from working. There aro iu
all about 250 men employed at Hel
vetia, and a general strike, should one
he called, could easily become a sorious
Anderson & Blake
Fresh Cream and Bu ter
milk in any quantity and
always on" hand
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
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Marriodl Ho easily won the girl ho
wanted after ho had Van Wagcnen
paint, and paper his house. Come in
imd sco sonio of our Jatc designs. 1'ou
may ho. lucky. Next door to postoflice.
The annual meeting of tho stockhold
ers of tho Globo National bank will be
held at its banking office in tho city of
Globe, Arizona, on Tuesday, tho eighth
day of January, 1907, between the
hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m, for tho
olection of directors and the transac
tion of such business as may come be
foro it. A. G. SMITH,
CHAIRS! CHAUtS! CHAIRS!
Just received from tho factory a car
of 3;000 chairs of all kino's and latest
patterns; dining room and kitchen
chairs, revolving oflico and counter
chairs and stools; rockers iu variety;
kitchen chairs, 90 cents and upward.
A close price for cash on my general
lino of houso furnishing goods. J. P.
.McNeil, opposite Miners' Union hall,
JUR VERY BEST HOT BLSST
b the ttonf tit and belt hot blait sto-e mide. It f a
icaHjr woadcrful bcat-r (lll hold fire jo houri with
iilfa pail ol toft ceil). It will barn ANY1MG no
totl it toe cheap or poor for It.
Haltlbe heating power ot coil oef op the chimacjr
ai j-as, wacneraiuafjr
heaters are med. In
the O. V. D. Hot
Blast, this a It ox
idijced and burned to
that leu coal la
used and more
Thia li accom
pli h e d by
D r a ft which
takes In freih
air at the top ol
the store, heirs
it to more thin
forces it over
the upper stir
face of the
The gas Is
tons in if
than la ob
tained 1 n
CO! than a bate burner, to beat the same room. It
iree off a uniform heat and ia absolute!- air t!(ht.
Don't worry about the price of bard coal. This Hoi
Blast solea the problem. Look it o-er and see for your,
self. It Is made better and heavier ia ererr way than
aay other similar store sold. Sec it before vou bur.
The Hot Blast Stove
will pay for itself in one sea
son by saving fuel
Just Arrived Two carloads of
We will sell our entiro Roosevelt
business, including stock, building, fix
tures nnd water works, inquire euncr
at Sultan Brothers at Globe, Ariz., or
Sultan, Newman & Co., Roosevelt, Ariz.
SULTAN, NEWMAN & CO.
Parties wanting bride can havo their
wants promptly supplied by leaving
their orders at the ofiico of
GIBSON & nENDERSON,
Mines and Stock Exchange, Globo, Ariz-
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Is .ono of Globo 's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class in
lib line. Call and be convinced.
Cooking Stoves and Steel Ranges.
Largest assortment of
STOVES in Globe
J. P. McNeil
Opposite Miner's Union Hall
Hanna's Drug -Store
Be suro to read our ad.
minion Commercial Co.
'he Old Do.
This weok cost salo of silks, satins,
ombroidcry laces and ribbons, corsots
and bustles at E. F. Kellner & Co. i
Ladies, you can get good red, ripe
and juicy apples and cranberries at
Muqihy's, tho Globe Market. Order
whilo thoy aro fresh.
Good watches and rcliahlo repairing
at Kubottom's, north of bridge.
Meals at Regular
Strictly Home Cooking
Special attention given to.
W. B. Brackien, Prop.
I. N. KINSEY, Incorporated
Dealers in listed and unlisted securities
Quotations from New York, Boston and Duluth by quick wire service
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins
J Office in Lobby of Dominion Hotel
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Try One of Our Gas Stoves
Or One of Our Gas Heaters
GLOBE ELECTRIC LIGHT & GAS COMPANY
Cubans Ask Protectorate
A petition for an Americnn protec
torate is ready to be sent to Washing
ton from Renicdios, the wealthiest dis
trict in Cuba, signed by two hundred
native Cubans, the poorest of whom is
worth $40,000. Another petition of the
snnio chnracter is soon to follqw with
tho signatures of more than five hun
dred Cuban property holders of Cieno
fuegos. Similar petitions nrc preparing
in other parts ot the lsianu. luunojr i
,.mmmr in so fast for a further cam
paign for a protectorate that a; weekly
nowspapor is to no csnii)iisy '
eating the sbttlcmont of tho Cuban mud
dlo in this way. It is considered by all
sorious men tho time to take sonic ac
tion to roliovo tho. tension under wincit
tho country is suffering under the shad
o wof a prospective now republic which
is paralyzing business and destroying
confidence in the country's future.
Havana cnblo to tho Now York Herald.
Reflections of a Bachelor
When a girl is pretty she doosn't
havo to learn housekeeping to get mar
ried. . ...
Ono of the easiest things is not to
fool people when you are lying to them
to do it.
Every man -wdiogcts into nn argu
ment thinks he' is a. brass band hired
not to stop.
You can tell two people who are in
love not by tho way thoy look at each
other, but by tho way they don't look
at "anybody else. New Yprk Press.
Thero will be work in White Moun
tain chnptcr No. 8, O. E. S., Tuesday
evening, Jnnuary 8. Uinccrs ami mem
bers aro requested to be present.
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Van Wagenen will give you an esti
mate on any kind of painting of paper
ing. We guaran'tco our work and material.
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No. l'Rye at McDonough's.
Wo have saucr kraut and sweet pic
kles that will nleaso all tho family.
Globo Market; Murphy's.
Dorchester Bourbon, fine goods, aged
and just tho thing for what a:s you.
Wo havo a fresh lot of dill pickles.
The Globo Market, Dennis Murphy, pro
prietor. t m
To Whom It May Concern
Nnticn is hereby riven that Certifi
cate No. 0 indorsing tho issuo of onoi
Ininilrn.l t lOUSanU Sliarcs Ol mo cult-
ital stock of tho Iron Horso Minihg Ss
Milling company, a corporation organ
ized under the laws of Arizona, to ono
P. A. Woodward, has this day been can
celed on account of total failure of Con
sideration. December 20, 1900.
G. W. WOY) Secretary.
IN THE PROBATE COURT
Of the County of Gila, Territory of Ari--
In tho Matter of tho Estate of Georgo
W. Wognor. Deceased.
Notice by Clerk of Day Fixed for Hear
ing Return of Salo of Real Estate.
Pnrsnnnt to an order of tho Prabato
Court, mado on tho seventeenth day of
Deccmbor, 1DU0, notico is uorooy givuu
that L. C. Wagner, administrator of the
estato of said deceased, made to the
said court and filed in the otuco or tno
clerk thereof on said day, a
roturn of .salo mado by L.
C. Wagner, administrator, on the 17th
day of Decembor, 1900, under a previous
order of said court, of the following
,i oatntn. nnd for tho following named-
sum, to wit: An undivided one-half in-
. 1 A It TAA mSninlt 1 fl 1 TT1 R
orest in anu io iuibu mu"j -"
known as tho Columbus, Portland and
Coppcropolis; consideration, thirty-
seven and 5U-1UU t,$.w.ouj uuum,
will more fully appear from saia return
fli,i n nfnrosnid. and to which refer
ence is horeby made for further partic
And notico is horbby further given
that Wednesday, tho 2nd day of Janu
ary, 1907, at 10 o'clock A. M., at tho
courtroom of said court, at the court
houso in Gila county, Arizona, has beon
fixed for hearing tho said roturn, when
and whero any person mtercsieu iu ui
said estate may appear and file written
objections to tho confirmation of tho
said salo, and may bo heard, and may
produco witnesses in support ot utu u
jeetion. Dated December 18th, 1906.
- P.. O. EOBEETSON, Clerk.
By II. Q. Robertson, Deputy Clork.
The Globe Hardware Co.
TWO CARLOADS OF
The best line of Stoves
ever brought to Globe
At the lowest prices
It will be money in
your pocket to see our
store and compare our
Gall and examine this
stock before you buy
elsewhere. Prompt at
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