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L- i -rh Market Heavy and tho Bai
lie .. . .
., the List rojiows ueiui-Ari-
Mikos Another Advauco Qlouo
Cotl, ,t .ted Holds Strong.
mi ir 2S. Coppor stocks
i i sale t'roin ojioiiiiijj until
i pricoi for stvi'rnl tliiyw
ir littlo Mipmrt tip-
miionty of issues and tht
.ia easily. Copper
il l..uglit under $!)(). Oi-
I demand ly those who
iniil.iting it for several
i ilninct & Arizona was
Hid S1S0. Old Dominion
i ii of points, hut it is
I. .it torn prices have beeu
-. ,;i H.'ii stock was thruwit
today and the prices
. .mtinues on its upward
. t might nt a new high
superior A Boston was
i closing at $3.87 bid
a. (I lobe also weakened
4 12 bid. Globe Con-
i . limbing and at the
-. C bid.
.it nil coppers are a
.- uialgsunnted, North
t t .ill Consolidated, Cop
n.ui. Old Dominion mid
.inn. However, a bull
I looked for until the
. the market opened
in. lined to show slight
iiig tho first hour, but
and Stool stocks be
i the whole list began
'li. result that the close
t ir the day.
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N York Stocks .
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1 1 n 49..10
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.w.nitt ,1 lit'
1 1 ent.
A 7.DY IN EYES.
'ml liael eyes.
I nl blaok eyes.
tilue eyes, clear and
' "I small brown eyett,
'irdlng to Boccaccio,
luid blue eyes, small,
lly timid, had weak
oerer of the clrcu--d
had small eyes, full
re described as "the
' -ut Keen In a man's
' es of steely gray,
'most bidden under
1 ir health so affected
i weie dull and life
" i lilue
' i 11 im 1111 Cdltor.
"tT of France was
Nutional library pos-
npts of thhty-slx ar-
that king. Almost all
'"s military operutlons.
're published In tho
1 e The "copy," how-
- directly to the printer.
b u- notions of ortbogra-
-s were corrected and
1 em-ranged by a secre-
1 "s, who copied them,
' U. lieu the new mauu-
examined It lu his
' ' tie siege of Corbie the
lines eulogistic of tha
1 irwiird croHnud them
le Ulchelleu wrote
uud so they appeared lu
J I'rance.-Kovuo do Tar-
e at McDonough's.
E FOOD L
Now Act Is Doing Things Which Wore,
Not Exjioctcd or It, According to n
Phoonlx Nowspapor Ourrant Jolly
Without tho Currants.
Tho pure food law is not accomplish
ing nil that was expected of it, though
it is ueeomplishing somo things that
wore not nnticipated. For instance, it
has put tho best brand of macaroni that
has over been offered for snlc in Phoe
nix out of tho market. The macaroni
wnsiiuule in this country nnd was pro
paied for the trade by an IndianaiMilis
concern. It was reputed to be French
macaroni because nine-tenths of tho
buyers in tho United States would im
agine it was bettor if it had been
brought uoross tho water whence nil
macaroni is erroneously supposed to
One concern in Phoonlx tho other day
sont for another installment of it and
has just received a letter in reply sal
ine that it ennnot be shipped outsido of
tho stato lines unless it bears a lalwl
showing that it was prepared in ludl
mniHilis. Thoro is a nrand ot baking powder
which passes muster under tho puro
food law. In act it has not been in
terfered with at "nil. Yet it is pro
nounced by Healer to be tho most
vorthless baking powder oh tho market
and thnt is a most damaging indict
mont. Yet its ingredients are such that
it is lift proscribed.
Tho dealer said that he had bad a
dhanuo uuiler the pure food law to
prove soniothiug ho told a customer
monthsgo. This man had been buying
1 iirticnlar brand of "currant jelly"
put up in California. The dealer fro
.piontly had told him that that kind of
"currant jelly" was not fit for a man
of his standing in society aud in tho
."hureh. Tho customer believed all cur
rant jolly was alike, and tho package
f this kind for tho samp monoy was so
iiiuoli bigger. Tlioti tho pure food law
nt Hloug and the "rurrant jell "
had to wear its true colors. Tho other
iny tho ilualar naught the customer in
the store mid uttnwed him the label.
It Mated that tho contents of the can
'(inswtorf of r0 per cent apple juico
(tho jnice of rotten and worthless ap
plois) ami fiO por cent glucose.
,fl5ut whero does tho currant come
in J" nskod tho customer.
-'ltad a little further," .said the
dealur,'uud just below wore the words,
"currant llavor." Itopuhlican.
Advertise in tho Silver Belt.
ORDINANCE NUMBER EIGHT
An Ordinance to Restrain and Regulate
the Running nt Large of Dogs.
iBe it Ordained bv the flavor and
Common Council of tho City of Globe;
SECT ION J.
It shall bo unlawful for any dog to
run at large in any of tho streets, alloys,
plnzns or public grounds of the City of
Globe,uuless such dog shall havo secure
ly fastened on, n collar, with a duly
uumbored license tag issued by tho Su
pervisor of Streets.
Evory person desiring to obtain a li
eenso tag shall apply to the Supervisor
'if Streots at his ouicc for sunh tag and
it shall be the duty of the Supervisor
jf Streets to furnish to every person,
so applying a tag upon request and uporr
the payment by said person so applying
of the sum of One Dollar for every tag
for a male dog and three dollars for
every tag for n fenialo dog, and tho Su-
porvisorvof Streets shall keep a register
of ,lho name of tho person so applying.
tho amount paid, the number of tho tag
issued and the sox of the dog for which
said tag is desirod.
Tho Supervisor of Streets shall pro
cure and keep in his oiucc such number
of motal tags as may be necessary and
of such si7o and sha,po as he shall doom
expedient; the shape of such tag to be
tdiuiiged each year.
It shall be tho duty of the Supervisor
if Streots or any of the Police officers
of tho City of Globo and each and all
if them when any dog is found loose or
at largo upon tho streets, nlloys, plazas,
parks or public grounds of tho said City,
without the license tag suitable for its
sux and the current year heroin provid
ed for, to immediately c:irturo and se
cure, such dg and remove him to n
convenient place, and unless tho owner
of said dpg shall within three days ap
pear with the liccnso tag for such dog
and identify tho dog, to kill it in as
humane manner as is reasonably possi
ble. SECTION V.
It shall be unlawful for any bitch or
female dog whilo in heat to run nt large
in any of tho streets, nlloys, pla?as, pub
lic grounds of the City of Globe, whetlt-
or such dog shall havo a liconso tag or
not. It shall bo the duty of tho super
visor of Streets or any of tho Police
officers of the City of Globo and each
and all of them, when any such dog is
found loose or nt largo upon tho streots,
alloys, plants, parks or public grounds
of the said City, to immediately capture
and secure such dog nnd remove it to a
convenient place nnd within twonty-four
hours thereafter, to kill said dog 111 as
humano a manner as is reasonably pos
t.il16 unless tho owner thcreoi shall ap
ear and identify nnd claim such dog.
Any person who nllows any dog own
ed by him or under his control to run
it larL'o upon tho streets, alloys, plazas,
parks or public grounds of tho City of
Globo contrary to the provisions ot sec
tion V of this ordinance, shnll bo deem
cd guilty of a misdemeanor and upon
conviction thereof shall be fined in a
sum not less than live dollars nor more
than fifty dollars and stand committed
to tho jnil or calaboose of tho City
until tho payment of such fine, not ex
ceeding thirty days, or shall bo con
fined at hard labor upon tho streots or
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public woiKB 01 inn Jiiy lor a ponou
not exceeding thirty dnys. t '
'Phisr rtnlinmipp shall he in force from
i mi.-- !i- ,.4 4 ' v' rfJb
aim uiit no uusjugu.
Passed nnd adopted tho 21th day of
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
Attest: J J. Elliott, Ciork.
First publication January 27, 1007.
ORDINANCE NUMBEE NINE
An Ordinnuco Declaring Public Nuis
ances, Providing for the Abntoment
Thereof and Imposing Peunltles for
tho Creutiou, Continuance or Suffer
ing of Nuisances to Exist.
Bo it Ordained by tho Mayor and
Common Council of tho City of Globo:
, Anything which is injurious to health
or indecent or offensive to tho senses or
which obstructs tho f reo use of property
or which interferes with tho comfort
able enjoyment of life or tho property
by an entire community or neighbor
hood or by any considerable number of
porsons, or which unlawfully obstructs
the freo passage or uso in a customary
manner of any water course, public
place, street, sidewalk, alley or highway
in tho City of Globe, is a public nuis
ance. All water closets, privies and
cosspools within said city which are or
shall be pormittod to become or remain
in 1m unwholesome or offensivo condi
tion on account of the want or insuffi
cient uso of proper disinfectants or
from any other reason whatever nnd all
filthy refuse, polluted water, garbage or
other offensive matter or thing whatso
ever wherever tho snmo shall bo or exist
within said city which causes any un
wholesome or offensivo smell or etlluvio
to goneruto or unwholesome Condition to
exist, are each and all public nuisances.
It shall bo tho duty of nil persons
who create, continue or 'suffer any pub
lic nuisance to exist, to immediately
abate and remove the same upon the
complaint of any citizen or when direct
Cd so to do by the City Marshal, anj
policeman, supervisor of streets or nnv
of their deputies or assistants aud fail
uro so to do after such complaint or
direction may be given in evidence
against such person or persons in ag
gravation of tho offense in any crim
inal netion or proceeding whero tho of
fonso charged is tho creation, coutinu
anco or suffering to oxist a public nuis
ance in violation of tho provisions of
It shall be lawful for the City Mar
shal, his de-put; of deputies, any police
man, the supcivinor 0 streota .or any
Ida assisCitits at any time to enter
upon the hinds and prcjnwojt wlioreon
any public nuisance hnll bo or oxist,
whether the lands and promises be pub
lie or private and to abate and remove
such uuisauco, using such force as may
or shall bo necessary in the premises.
Every person, firm, association or cor
poration whp either creates, continues
or suffers a publje nuisance to oxit,
shall bo guilty of a niisdeuieanor ami
upon conviction thereof shall be pun
ished by a fine of not less than Twenty
Dollars nor moro than Three Hundred
Dollars and shall stand committed to
tho jail or calaboose of tho City until
payment of such fine, not exceeding
three months, or be confined nt hard
labor upon the streets and public works
of said City for a period not cxcoedIg
This ordinance shall take effect nnd
be in force from aud after its passage.
Passed and adopted the illth day of
Approved: W. 8. SULTAN,
Attest: F. J. Elliott, Clork,
First publication January 27, 1907.
ORDINANCE NUMBER TEN
An Ordinance Establishing a Pound in
the City of Globo and Prescribing
the Rules and Regulations for the
Bo it ordained by tho Mayor and
Common Council of the City of Globe:
The Supervisor of Streets is hereby
constituted poundumster for tho City
-Tho poundmastcr shnll have the right
to appoint such doputics of mature ago
and discretion as ho may deem neces
sary for the proper carrying on of his
business ns poundmastor, but in no wise
shall the City bo liable for any charges
or compensation of any nature to bo
paid to said deputies excot as herein
provided, and any arrangement for sal
ary, fees or compensation mado by the
poundmnster except ns herein provided
shall bo a personal charge against him
and not against the City.
It shnll be tho duty of the poundmas
ter and his deputies to take up and
impound all animals found at large,
Graying, wandering or running looso, or
not in charge of or under the care or
control of some person or porsons in
the streets, alleys, or other public places
or vacant and uuincloscd lots in tho
City of Globe except dogs upon which
tho City liconso hns beon paid and Wear
ing a motal tag as provided in Ordin
ance No. VIII.
If tho owner of any impounded ani
mal oxcopt dogs shall bo known to the
poundmastcr and shall reside or hnvc
a known plnce bf business in tho Cit'
of Globe, tho poundmastcr shnll notify
tho owner of such animal personally or
by lettor through the post-ofllco Within
twenty-four hours after such animal
shall have been takon up and impound
The poundmastcr shall within twenty
four hours after tho hiking up and im
pounding of any animal except a dog,
mako a written icpo'rt to tho City Clerk
stating tho 'kind of animal nnd describ
lug it by color or otherwise or by any
marks or brands that'inny bo on it and
when it was takon up and impounded,
and such report shall bo kept open for
public inspection for thirty days after
it is filed.
Tho poundmnster shall keep all ani
mals taker, up and Impounded by him
or his deputy in a safe, convenient and
comfortable pfhee within the. City lim
its, nnd shnll keep such animals con
stantly supplied with wator to drink,
and shall feed such animals at least
ouco tjyery twenty-four "hours nnd treat
thorn in a humane manner during Hie
time such animals may be impounded,
which shnll not bo less thnn flvo days
unless sooner claimed by tho owner
thereof, oxcopt dogs, which shall bo kept
for throo days or twenty-four hours ac
cording to tho provisions of Sections IV
and V of Ordinanco No. VIII.
All dogs taken up and impounded
shall bo governed by tho provisions of
Ordinance No. VIII, and if such dog
shall be killed as provided In said or
dinance tho body shnll bo removed at
least one mile from the City limits and
two hundred yards from any rcsidenco
or truveled road, and there buried, and
tho Supervisor of Streots shall report
tho number of dogs so killed and re
moved under his supervision at least
once a month to tho Citv Clerk. Tho
poundmnster shall bo paid by the City
of Globo tho sum of Fifty cents for
each and every dog so killed and re
moved b;' hi in and shall also be al
lowed all other fees and charges given
him by this ordinance to bo collected
by him from the owner or owners of
the animals taken up and impounded
who may claim tho same or to be ro
taiuod by him from, the proceeds of tho
sale of such animals nt public auction.
If tho owner or owners of any dog
taken up or impounded under this Or
dinance shall within three days or
twenty-four hours us tho case may bo
according to tho provisions of Ordin
ance Number VIII, or the owner of
uny animal other than a dog shall
within five days after such have been
takon up and imjiounded, apply to the
poundmaster and pay him the fees and
charges provided by this or any other
ordinanco; then tho ponndnmster shall
deliver such animal to the owner or
All animals other than dogs taken up
and imHiiimleil under the provisions of
this ordinance which shall not hao
been claimed and the fees and charges
thereon as hereinafter provided been
paid to the poundmastcr by the uwnci
or owners within five days shall, as soon
thereafter as in.iy be eutnonUut, be sold
by the poundiuatr at public auction Ja
tront of the City Hnlliin aid Calf of
Globe to the higliQirt, c$h bidibir lfo
fwecn the hours of Whe whI cieteti
o'clock A. M., ;ind ho nhjill rutin fiom
mo proeoeu 01 tBi stew t wea animal
the fees and ihurgea heriiiciffrr fallows!
to him and aimll iinnifdiuteJy pay to
the City Clerk nn balance roma'iuiiig
after deducting such frWuiid ibargr
which said bAlunto uaU b ijd t th
owjKur of aaid animal or rituals if he
Rppe.ir ami claim the tunic within Mtts
Any after wild sale, am if nut, rlmu
said balance slmll be paid Into tko gen
eral fund of the City; the poiindwmttir
shall execute a bill of Nile over In
official signature in favor of tb jmr
chnKor of such auinitd or animals, d
icribing llm animal, the date on wheh
same was taken up orimjotindel and
tho dute ami pi ice for which tho same
The poundmastcr shall bo allowed hk
fees and shall be entitled to collect from
the owners of animals taken up aud
impounded nnd claimed by.thc owner or
owners thereof before delivering such
animal, the sum of one dollar fpf evcrv
animal not a 'dog so taken up, and in
.vlditipu thereto for the taking caro of,
watering and feeding any impounded
animal, fifty cents per day for each dog
and one dollar per day for each other
animal; he shnll be allowed and be en
titled to retain fron, the proceeds of
tho snlc of any impounded animal sold
by him nt public auction the same fee
and charge as if such animal had been
clnimed and the fees and chnrges had
beon paid-by the owner thereof, and in
addition thereto ten per cent of the
gross amount of the proceeds of "such
It shall bo unlawful for any person
to in any mnnnor interfere with, im
pede, prevent or attempt to interfere
with, impede or obstruct or intimidate
the poundmnster of tho City of Globo
or nny of his deputies in tho discharge
of their duties ns hereinbefore sot forth
in taking up or attempting to take up
and impound any and all animals which
it shall bo his duty to impound under
tho provisions of this or any other or
dinance or who shall rcscuo or nttmopt
to rcscuo nny animal so taken up by
the poundmastcr or his deputies or to
rolease any animal so impounded.
A 113' person violating any of the pro
visions of this ordinanco shall bo deem
ed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon
conviction thereof shall bo punished by
a fino not exceoding fifty dollars or be
imprisoned in the jail or calaboose of
the "City not less thnn five nor more
thnn thirty days or by both such fine
Passed and adopted the 4th day of
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,;
(Seal) " Mayo.
Attest: F. J. Elliott, Clerk.
First publication January 27, 1007.
ORDINANCE NUMBER ELEVEN
An Ordinance Annexing Certain Terri
tory to the City of Glpbo.
WHEREAS. It appears to tho Com
mon Council of tho City of Globo from
nn examination of tho Petition of tho
Old Dominion Copper Mining and Smel
ting Company nnd othor owners of
rirooerty within tho territory herein
after paiticularly described' tbat the
owners of moio than one hajf in value
of tho hereinafter described' property,
as tho same appears ui-on the lasjt as
sessment roll d,Giln County, Arizona,
have petitiandilt.li0 Common Qpuneil of
tho Citv of OlrtW to unuex alj that eet
rnjn bind and t&rrjtdry sitOalc north of
mil adjoining the City of Globo and
hereinafter purtu ulnrh doscrilied; nnd
WHEREAS, It is deemed to bo to the
befat interests of the City of Globe that
tho boundaries thereof be extended to
include the hereinafter described terri
tory sought to bo annexed; NOW,
Bo it ordained by the Mayor and
Common Council of tho City of Globo:
SECTI6N I. '
That all that land and territory here
inafter described and not enibuh'c'cf
within tho limits of tho City ofGlobe,
be and same- is hereby auncxPd to tho
City of J1Iobo, and tho cdrpoiato limits
of tho City of Globo an) hureby cxl end
ed to include tho 3rtld hereinafter do
scribed territory, to wit:
Dciiihnini! at the point of intersection
of tho"noTth, boundary lino of tho shid
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....The Glbbev Natidiia! Bank... i
O. 8. Van Wageoen, President.
Dr. W. A. Holt , ...
E. M. White.
A. G. Smith, Cashier.'
If you want the beit results advertising can get for you
try the DAILY SILVER BELT and be convinced.
City of Globe with tho west boundary
of tho N. E. of tho N. E. of Sec
tion 26 in Township 1 north Rango 1C
East G. and S. R. Base and Meridian,
running thence North to tho northwest
corner of the said N. E. 4 of tho N. E.
Vt of Section 20; running thence west
one quarter of a mile; thence north ono
half a mile; thence west one quarter
of a mile; thence north one hulf a rnilo;
thence east ono quarter of a milo;
thence south ono quarter of a milo;
thonco east ono quarter of u mile;
thonee south one half a mile" to the
northwest corner of tho S. E. & of tho
S. U. K of Sec. 23 in tho Township
aforesaid; thenso southeast to the con
ter of the north boundary of the said
N. E. yt of the N. E. y4 of Soe. 20;.
thence east to tho northeast corner of
said N. E. , of tho N. E. of Sec. 20;
thence south to tho intersection of tho
east boundary of said N. E. Vi of tho
N. E. ' of Sue. 20 with tho north
boundary of said City of Globo.
That a copy of this ordinance, duly
certified to by tho Mayor of tho City of
Olobc, attached to an uccurnte map of
tho aforesaid ntinoxcd territory, be
forthwith filed in the olhco of the Comi
ty Recorder of Gila County, Ari&uia
SECTION 'II I.
flint this ordinance shall 20 into ft
fcfcj upon the date of the ffti oiafij!
(.(irtftlisl finite iinil mnn nil afArun,l .
Pawed W uAoful tU tm '9f
Appntored SfT. SMTN,
C&mn ' J M&CK
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RESOLOTTOK JfO. 1 4 .iC
DB Vt RESOLVHD Kb fch lk4 li
t'omun 6unKttU r the buy ot fibf
v( Globe, Gila tourr, Arinaaru'rvf
vtrstighteiMjili by takniK UHirotroin and f .
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( w iters, the folio kyn dorilcd pjirwti
of Crasmi, 4ituuto in tho wild Cjty ire
Globe Mint described m follows, t.vti
iioginmng at tho southwest corner of
Lot One 1) in lllocl Seventy thr&
(7;) in tho City of -Globo, running
llicnco westerly thirty-iive, (3."i)feot ou
a line straight with tho south boundary
of said Lot 1; thence northerly to the
Miuthwest corner of Lot Four (1) in
"aid Block; thence cast along tho south
boundary of said Lot Four (1), thirty
flvo (35) feet to the northwest corner
of Lot Three (:i) in said Block; thoneel
southerly along the original west boun
daries of said Lots 1, 2 and .1 to tha
place of beginning.
It' is therefore ordered that tlic Mayor
of tho said City of Globe be aud ho is
hereby authorized and empowered to
convey 'in the name and under the ical
ot tho said City, and as its act and deed,
said parcel of ground to the adjoining
owners respectively upon satlnfactorM
proof of such ownonsbip, and the pay
ment of tho sum of $10.00 per lot to
the City Clerk.
J'assed and adopted this 24th day of
Approved: V. S. SULTAN,
Attest: F. J. Elliott, Clerk. -
First publication January 27, 1907.
Noglected Colds Threaten Life '
(From tho Chicago Tribune.)
" 'Don't trifle with a cold,' is good
advice for prudont men and women. It
may be vital in tho case ef a child.
Proper food, good ventilation, and dry,
warm clothing are the proper safe
guards against colds. If they are main
tained through tho changeable weather
of autumn, winter and spring, the
chnnccs of a surprise from ordinary
colds will be slight. But the ordinary
light cold will become severe if ne
glected, and a well established ripe cold
IS IO UIV! UUI Ul UJ yiiUIUliU I11UI fWUVV
is to the bee. Tho greatest menace to
child life'at this season of tho year is
the neglected cold." Whether it is n
child or adult, tho cold slight or SOVOrc,
tho vorv best treatmont thai can be
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auopieu is 10 give liiuiuiucriiiurB vougii
Remedy. It is safe and sure.' The great
popularity afid immenso sale of this pre
paration has been attaiucd by its re
maikablo cures of ailment. A cod
never results in pneumonia when it is
given. For salo by all druggists.
Let Buxton & Merritt figuro on yom
painting and papering. ,
The Lunch Ioblem is one .Jjjat . ,
confronts every busmesh may.
"Wlicre eun I get a good, Whole--some
lunch, well cool-fd &m
(juickly servtd?" Is a (nlte-C
tion that almost every btiirv irian
asks himself every day.
We make a specialy of servmtj a
"BUSINESS MAN'S LUNCH,"
well cooked, always reedy to .
serve and, centrally Tofatedufl wp
are, insure colerity. nnd satlsUcV .'
tiprf.' Try us today
A. F. BANICEVJCH,
". . Proprietor "
J. H. Hamlll, Vico President.
A. W. Sydnor.
Fred T. Bragonier.
Fred J. Oriiln.
3. B. Todd, Asst. Cashier.
A Chance for every Lady to get a new dress for
WE HAVE. RECEIVED A LARGE
CONSIGNMENT OF THE WELL
KNOWN NOERA SUITINGS AND
WE ARE OVERSTOCKED, AND IN
ORDER TO CLOSE THEM OUT WE
WILL SELL THEM FOR
THESE SUITINGS ARE FIFTY-SIX
INCHES WIDE AND ARE ALL
WOOL AND ARE WORTH DOUBLE
THE PRICE WE ASK FOR THEM
IN ALL THE LEADING COLORS.
SOME OF THESE ARE JUST WHAT
VOU WANT FOR YOUR CHILDREN
FOR SCHOOL DSLSCTS
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mutton nnd veal from mj o-rt oati.e rsiwi. 'KSoBSrpdBture.,
fed steel's cannot be beat, threfor you cam rejym getting fine" '
freshest meats that can be rfoon'tdln ate city. A carload
of KANSAS CORN FED FORK jast received.
Give U3 a trial and be convinced and you v. ill not inspect
further but vill have one of cur solicitors c it at once for your
order. Do not bo deceived and overlook this opportunity.
Choice Meats and Poultry of all Kinds
F. KELLNER & CO., Globe, Ariz., will sell their 88 feet front
store nrnnertv. fixture., stock of drv doods. Groceries
Hardware, also me losi uuicn uom mines ana mm, ana
finally the Globe Bank and Savings Co. All are paying well.
Bids for all, or parts thereof, will be received till sold at best
terms. All accounts close pay day. Merchandise "Closing Out
Sale" till finished. Address.
If you want to save money trade at
Mill William's Store
He carries a. full line of Groceries, Hardware, Crock
ery, Leather, Liquors and Cigars, Furnishing Goods,
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gloves and Stationery.
Wm. Mill Williams
North Globe and Smelter Merchant-
- i - The Finest Resort in Globe
Popular with all classta winWi a id oummor. Re
freshments of all kmefe. Clowe Cigars, Wines
A.iBkG.and'Anheuser-txJcch Beer, always on Dmit , i :
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OUR VAULT IS FIREPROOF.
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