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Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
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both foreign and domestic
The best Accident and Sick
Benefit Insurance in America
and Engine Insurance
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Office hours: 8 a. m., to 6 p. m., 7. p. m. to 8 p. m.
OFFICE, Over Postoffice, Globe, Arizona
GLOBE SIGHTS AND
Current News of Busy Globe Told In
Mr. anil Mrs. Young llemlorson of
IjOtiliburg, N. M.f wore arrivals in the
rlty last evening.
H. B. Hovlaml, president of the Globo
Consolidated, returned last ovening
from a trip to El Pnso.
A. C. Alexander of Indian Hot
Springs came up from Fort Thomas last
evening for a stiort business visit.
F. 0. Baxter, the well known mining
machinery salesman, is in the city from
TA Paso. Ho is accompanied by Mrs.
Vern Lincoln of Douglas is a visitor
in the city. Mr. Lincoln is employed
in tho electrical department of tbo Cop
por Queen smelter.
Judge F. S. Nave returned Sunday
evoniug from Phoenix, where ho has
been attending tho session of tho ter
ritorial supreme court.
D. D. Sullivan, the well known mining
aan and promoter, returned last oven
,iug from Los Angeles where he spent
a week on mining bus'ness.
Alderman Lyman J. Woods has gone
to Dripping Springs to look nfter his
jnlning interests in that district. He
expects to be home tomorrow evoning.
Mrs. H. Rose of Silver City, N.
M., mother of Pat Rose, and his aunt,
Miss Klizabcth Towlo of Minneapolis,
Minn., arc here for a visit of several
Mrs. Cushman, who for some time
past has been assistant cashier at tho
First National bank, has resigned her
positiou and beginning tomorrow will
he connectod with tho Globe National
Georgo II. Smalley clerk of tho Unit
ed States court, returned last evening
from Solomonvillo with tho records of
the United States court, as the court
is officially located in this city from
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cramer leave
this morning for Los Angeles nnd ex
pect to visit a number of other places
in "California and may possibly take a
trip to Europe before returning to
Judson Adams, a civil engineer from
Alaska, Is visiting his brother-in-law, 1).
S. Harris, for a day or two. Mr. Ad
ams has been in the employ of .several
big mining companies in Alaska and
expects to return there within tho next
Tho Ladies' Aid society of tho Bap
tist church will give a basket sooila
at the church at 7;3() o'clock Thursday
evening, January 31. The ladies of
this society have loft nothing undone
thn twill in any way tofid to make the
affair a splendid ruccchh and nil who
attend aro assured of a pleasant even
ing's entertainment, everybody is cor
To tho Members of tho Arizona Cattle
Whilo making our good resolutions
for 100", did you rwolve to secure at
leant ono new member for tho Arizona
Cattle Growers' association? If not,
you failed to start tho nqw year right.
Again, have you paid l'OUIt dues for
tho year 100(1-07? Now members nnd
paid-up old members is what tho Ari
zona Cattle Growers' association needs
at tho present time. If you happen to
be in arrears and know, tho amount of
your indebtedness to tho association,
send it to the secretary. If you don't
know tho amount of your indebtedness,
write tho secretary, and he will send
ou tho item. G. H. COFFEE,
A special meeting of tho Knights of
Columbus will bo held in Fireman's hall
tonight at 8 o'clock.
J. H. WELCH, G. K.
Now Open to the Public
Eighty rooms, single and ensulte. Thirty rooms with baths
Hot and cold water in all rooms. Gas and electric lights
Entire building heated by steam
American Plan, $3 and up. European Plan, $1 and tf
A. HANSEN, Manager
this country, J
Glass, Boiler 'V..I
A. C. Delling&r Found Read In
Bed at Home Near Living
A telophone messago wa. received
from Roosevelt yesterday sttUlujf that
A. C. Dollinger, one of tho pioneer
farmers of the county, had been 'found
dead in bed at his home on Salt river
between Roosevelt and Livingston. The
message also stated that the remains
had been taken to Roosevelt for em
balming nnd requested that & casket be
sent to that place. F. L. Jones & Son
complied with the request.
The remains of Mr. Dellinger yrill ar
rive hero today and will be takeu,chargo
of by White Mountain lodge of Masons,
under the auspices of which the funeral
will bo held. Mr. Dellinger was a Ma
son of high stnnding and inuen promin
ence, lie was born in Yirutitfa and 3
years of age at the time of his death.
He was one of tho most successful farm
ers in tho county aud widely .known
throughout this section, having resided
in tho county for upward of fifteen
years. He leaves u wife and no chil
Fast Riders Arrested
Louis Kosich and Tom Zont were ar
rested yosteiday afternoon by Jack
Knighton while riding down G avenue
at a speed which threatened tp throw
them oQ" their horses, not to say what
thoy wou'.( do to casual pedestrians.
uotn were taken to Judge Thomas
court and fined $6 each.
Hobos Aro Vagged, .
Five hobos arrested Sunday night for
camping at the rear of Sam Ke'a place
of business wore tried in Judge Raw
lings' court yesterday and all, given ton
days' work assisting In beautifying the
streets uf Globe. TJiey gave the names
of Frank Wilson, James Seals, George
Gowan, A. Waterman and Mike Zlminer
man. Chinese Bobbers
Yeo Fat and Yoo Lung, two Celes
tials who were arrested at Boie and
brought to Globe to stand trial foe
holding up and robbing MaBong, n
chance acquaintance, of $100,1 appeared
in Justice Hawli'ngs' eourt (o& trial yes
lerday. but becauso an Interpreter could
not be secured tho trial was postponed
until Frldny morning. Nearly all of
the Chinamen in town have' been sub
poonaed as witnesses.
There will bo n special meeting of
White Mountain lodgo, No. 3, P. & A.
M., tonight, January 20, for the purpose
of work in the third degree. All mem
bers are requested to attend. Visiting
brothers cordially invited. Leroy Mid
dleton, W. M.
Trees, Grapovlnos, Rosea, Etc.
To those who wnnt any kind of nurs
ery stock and did not have an oppor
tunity to givo mo their ordors, -will
please send thorn to me. at Safford, Ari
zona. Such ordors will be delivered in
Globe along with our general delivery
in February. O. N. Williams, Saftord,
What to Do When Bilious
The right thing to do when you eel
bilious is to take a doso of Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
will cleanse tho stomach and regnlnlo
the livor and bowels. Try it. Price 2S
cents. Samples freo nt all druggists.
Born, January 23, to Mr. and Mrs.
D. James, a son. Mr. James is one of
tho proprietors of tho Globe Electric
Light & Gas company.
AT HI FLAT
Two Apaches Load Up with
Firewater and Shoot Up
Miami Flat.hntl on -Indian Hcarc last
night. It wnsn't quite ns bad as the
first roports brought to" Globe, but it
seemed to have given the people who
livo in the vicinity of Miami somewhat
of a fright. It was similar to other
Indian scares, a combination of thirsty
redskins, bad booze ami plenty of curt
".Tuck the Hipper." whoso correct
uognomen is said to be Jack Walker,
arrived in tho city last evening nt about
7:30, after riding his pony with tho
throttle wide open nil tho way from
Miami Flat, aud informed tho sheriff's
ottlco that a number of Indians were
shooting up tho ranch houses of John
Klsor aud the McLuues. Deputy Sheriff
luck Knighton and Bob Anderson im
mediately got their horses and started
out with Walker for the scone of the
The Indians were nowhero in sight
when the officers reached Miami, but
they learned there that two Indians
had been shooting promiscuously around
the houses. At Me Lane's thoy were
told that the Indians were creating a
disturbance aud had been ordered awuy,
but they answered with u volley oi
Winchester shots, which fortunately did
uot strike anyone.
Knighton and Anderson started uii
a huut about that section nnd in a tent
bolovv the new Mitchell smeltor thoy
found ono of the offenders, a well
known Iudiau in this vicinity. His
name is Ilenry Clay Chil-chu-n-nn, a
son of the noted Apacho chief, Chil
chu-a-na, who is now winding up a
strenuous career in aboriginal simplic
ity at Rice. When located, Ilenry was
wearing a .45 revolver and u belt full
of cartridges. All the chambers of the
gun were ompty. He refused to give
tho name of his companion and also
refused to tell the officers what had be
come of his Winchester. He was brought
into town and placed in a cell in the
Chil-chu-n-nn had been drinking, but
when the officers wanted him to tell the
number of his companions in the shoot
ing, he absolutely refused to peach and
told the officers that he would die be
This is not tho first time there has
been similar trouble nt Miami Flat and
the officers aro of tho opinion that the
Indians secure their liquor at that point.
BhoriiT Thompson intends to cnuso an
Investigation into the alleged soiling of
liquor to Indians by saloons in that
Yesterday morning Justice of the
I'caco lluwlings united in murriugo
Pedro Castcnada aud Jiosa Marcel at
A Bed Letter Day
, Superintendent ('. C Mallard of tho
Gila Valley, OIoUb & Northern railwaj
system, was tho recipient of numerous
congratulations Sunday ,evening. The
occasion was the arrival on time of the
passenger train for tho first time since,
the .new schedule went into effect two
months ugo. Mr. Mallard refused to
give tho press au extended interview
on the cause of the innovation, but
intimated that n similar event might
be looked for occasionally, as the com
pany expects to increase its dividends
to n considerable extent by tho coal oil
saved through not being compelled to
light the incandescent on the trip up
Young Engineer Weds
J. C Ryan Jr., who Is with tho O. V.
d. k X. engineer corps, and Miss Edith
Boyd of Ilisbce. were united in marringo
yesterday morning nt Solomonvillo nnd
arrived in Globe last evening. They ex
pect to mako their home in this city,
Mr. Ityan is a son of J. C. Ilyan, .super
intendent of bridges and construction
for ihe El Paso & Southwestern, with
headquarters at Douglas, and ho has
been connectod with the local road for
the .last year. His bride is n charming
young lady, who has made her home for
n number of yenrs'at Bisbee, where her
Globo Skating Torunament at Dream
land Entries for the big skating tourna
ment to be held in Dreamland were
closed last evening and tho following
woll known skaters have entered for
these series of races starting Thursduy,
January 31, and will carry tho numbers
as designated hereon:
7. Floyd Blevins. 2. E. Nugent.
4. A. J. Moeher. 8. F. A. Lacey. 1.
A. M. Stone. 3. Fritz Zimmerman. 0.
Frank C. Bumgardncr. f. W. Keegnn.
Theso gentlemen will each pay an
entrance fee of $5 and Dreamland will
givo purses amounting to $100. The
following aro the regulations of the
All oight contestants skate tho first
night; winner djops out.
Second night, seven men skate, win
nor drojis outj so on through until the
fifth night, ending in five winners on
the night of the sixth, when tho five
-winners of preliminary races skate for
tho purses of $100 awarded into the' fol
First prize, $50.
Second prize, $30.00.
Third prize, $20.00. ,,
These races will draw largel crowds,
for therd will bo plenty of excitement
from start to finish.
Dont forget tho date.
. t ill
Wp carry,'cveryt!xfi)g U lady nccoto
5fErS V8S STSTHE SOLOMON-WICKERSHAM CO.
suits and skirts.
Tor Xnoumatic Sufferers
Tho quick relief from pain nffordod
try applying Chamberlain's Pain -Balm
makes it & favorite with wffercrs from
rheumatism, sciatica, lame back, lum
bago arid deep seated and muscular1'
pains. "For sale by all druggists.
DAILY. AHI20N A SILVER BELT,
Mistaken for Wildcat and Shot
by Another Miner Near
Bob Burch, a miner employed at the
Blorco nnd Kaltenbach camp a half
mile from Gibson's, arrived in tho city
this morning at 2 o'clock and gave him
self up to Deputy Sheriff Duncan for
shooting and probably fatally wounding
a miner named Gilmore, who is em
ployed at Al West's camp. After hear
ing Burch 's story, Duncan released him
from custody and Dr. J. L. Wales was
sent out to the camp to bring in the
According to Burch 's story, several
nights ago a wildcat had entered Mio
cabin occupied by him anil other miners
and jumped on ono of tho batiks. Hinro
thou the meu have been on tho lookout
for the animal. Last evening at about
7 o'clock there was a disturbance in
tho bushes below the cabin and one .if
tho mou shouted to Burch that it was
the wildcat. Burch got his .33-ealiber
Colt's nnd fired a shot into the bushes,
not suspecting Unit 'there was a man
Gilmore was making his' way up the
hill to the Bierco camp and before he
could cry out he received the bullet
iu his breast, it jieiiutruting his bo fly. -j
Tho wounded man was taken into tho
cabin and made comfortable, while
Burch and Jim Johnson, the cook, came
iu for medical assistaiiCe. The men
think that Gilmore will recover, as the
which struck him us steel en-
easod. The wounded man will be brought
iu somo time this morning.
IH HOME CITY
Lane Investigates Complaints
of Jobbers Against the
SAN FKANOISCO, Cal., January 1S.
Interstate Commerce Commissioner
Lane today resumed the inquiry into the)
affairs of the railroads involved in the
so-called Ilarrimau merger. The hear
ting today was designated as t lie 1'a
cific Coast Jobbers against the South i
em Pacific. The shippers complained ' ...... .
that they were charged five cents wharf I While lOOKinQ OVer tlie Only
age tolls on every ton of freight that . QQje Qn ie n0Ng for a f,0QfJ
entered the citv, whether it came across UIU,JC UU llld lJIUUC ,Ui d UUUU
the bay or over the coast line, in which j investment ill lots, llOmeS, UUS
latter case there is no wharfage tax to , j pg odgng Qr
Commissioner Inno claims San Fran
cisco as his home. He took au nctivi.
part in the examination of witnesses.
General Freight Agent G. V. Luce of
the Southern Pacific was a witness. He
was asked if the Southern Pacific divid
ed the whole amount received with con
nccting lines or retained the wharfage
toll and-divideed the rcmaindor. Be
replied that the toll charge of five cunts
per ton was not divided. Some stntis
tical testimony and arrangements for
filing briefs in the caso completed the
Makes Steel; Likes Copper
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Barrows Jr. of
Sharpsville, Pa., arrned in the city last
evening for n visit with their son Wal
tor, who is in tho office of the Globe
Consolidated company. Mr. Barrows os
the manager of the Sheiiaugo Furnace
company, the largest independent com
pnny in the steel business, with mines
in tho Mesaba range of Minnesota, sec
ond to those of tho United States Steel
corporation. Although in the steel bus!
ncss, Mr. Barrows has a predilection for
copper and is a heavy stockholder in
Bcfuse to Combino
NEW YORK, January 2S. A. A. Mc
Arthur of the McArthur-Gillespie com
pany, whoso bid for tlib completion of
tho Panama canal was next to the low
est, issued n statement today to four
contracting firms comprising tho com
pany declining all suggestions looking
to a combination with any other bidder.
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Work of the Hen rt.
Fewtop to consider the amount of
labor performed dally by tho human
heart. The Inexhaustible supply of en
ergy displayed by this overworked or
gan Is marvelous. Calculation bag
shown that the work of the heart of
an average person Is equal to the feat
of lifting over five tons at the rate of
a foot an hour or 125 tons In twenty
four hours. A certain Dr. Rlclinrdson
once made u curious calculation In re
gard to the work performed by the
heart In mileage. He presumed that
the blood tub forced out of the heart
at each palpitation In the proportion of
sixty-nine strokes a minute aud at the
assumed distance of nine feeh At this
rate the flow of the blood through the
body would be 207 ynrds n minute, or
seven miles an hour. This would mnke
170 miles a day, or 01.000 miles a year.
Thus In a lifetime of eighty-four yenrs
the blood lu the human body would
travel over 5.000,000 miles. The num
ber of bents of tho heart required to
Bend the blood that far would be over
First-class furnished rooms, for tran
sients at the Cactus, Broad street nenr
globe Wholesale Grocers safford
Ask yourJarocer for Diamond M. Flour.
You take no chances, we take none.
It i Fully Guaranteed, THERE'S NONE BETTER!
Ohamborlaiu's Cough Remedy
'Wc prefer Chamborlnin's Cough
Remedy to any other for our children,"
says Mr. L. J. Woodbury of Twining,
Mich. "It bus also dono the work for
us in, hard colds and croup, and wo tako
pleasure in recommending it." For sale
by all druggists.
We carry everything a lady needs to
wear. The People's Store. Twenty per
cent discount on Indies' swell coats,
suits and skirts.
Skin Diseaso of Twenty Years' Stand
I want you to know how much Cham
berlain 's Salve has done for me. It has
cured my face of a skin diseaso of al
most twenty years' standing. I have
been treated by several as smart phy
sicians as -wo havo in this country nnd
thoy diil me no good, but two boxes of
this salve has cured me. Mrs. Fanny
Griffen, Troy, Ala, Chamberlain's Salvo
is for salo by all druggists.
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Sultann Rebekah Lodge No. i meots
the second and fourth Mondays of em'h
mouth. Visiting members coidially iu
vitod. Dreamland Toufliatncnt
There will be n five nights skating
tournament at Dreamland beginning on
next Thursday evening. No one Is
burred and the entrance fco will bo -f).
The first call of $2.50 per sharo on
the Globe allotment of the stock of tho
Calumet & Globe Development company
will be due and payable January 30,
11)07, at the Globe National bank.
T. SHIELDS COLLINS.
Episcopal Church Notice . J
The Right Rev. J. Mills Kcndriek,$D:
I)., wit ladminister the rite of confirma
tion at tho service of St. .John's cjiurch
'" iM nt th,e Academy on Sunday
at 7:30 p. in. Tlie bishop will preach
at morning and ovening services.
Cucumbers, lettuce, asparagus and
' grapes just received. Scoblo, Soboy S.
' Twenty-seven year old cognac iu the
original package. Tho finest to be had
for medicinal purposes. McDonough's.
Read the Silver Bclt
-Always up bi
Our snow white home rendered lard
cannot bo beat. Globo Meat Market.
Subscribe for tho Daily Silver Belt.
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SUKGEONS
Office rooms, 5-7-9 Trust building. Of
flco phone, Main 1811. Residence phone,
boarding house, give us a call.
We build you a home on instal
ments, rent houses. Our deals
are straight, our bargains good
Moved to No. 28
Real Estate Broker
H. C. Hopkins
U. S. MINERAL
GLOBE : ARIZONA
Let the Baker Do the Work!
THE WAGON WILL CAUL AT YOUB
HOME WITH A FULL LINE OF
BEEAD, PIES AND PASTRY.
LET THE BAKER DO THE WORK
WHITE LEGHORN EGGS
$1.00 per setting
C. P. BRE1TENTEIN, West of Graveyard
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co.
Capitol and Surplm, $100,000
L. D. RlCKETTS - D. W. WlCKEBSHAM T. A. PASCOE
A. T. Thomson H. S. VanGorder
C. E. Mills C. A. Kennedy - Ph. Freudenthal
I. E. Solomon
All classes of accounts Invited
Buy or build you a home of
your own. The Provident Mu
tual has money to loan. Dont
pay rent in a growing city. In
surance makes your investment
secure. Your loan negotiated;
your home insured. Policies
written in only the strongest
Chas. T. Martin,
F. L JONES & SON.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE PHONE 432.
SCOBLE, SOBEY & CO.!
OATS, SCOBLE & CO.
Have you tried our Ferndell Goods?
If not, why not?
Once tried, always used.
Franz Lumber Co.
Lumber, doors, windows, paints,
oils, varnishes and cement. All
kinds of builders material
Sole Agents for Douglas Cement
Yards located on Railroad Street one block
west of the Court House.
BARCLAY, HIGDON & CO.
Single and Double Teams
Saddle Horses Hay, Grain & Coal
A Specialty made
Finest line of ART SQUARES ever ex
hibited here. Also a Splendid Assort
ment of RUGS, all grades and all prices.
COMI1SIG Will be here next week, fourt
carloads of mixed Furniture, the newest
styles and embracing everything.
J. P. McNeill's 8EB"05
Foreign exchange at lowest rates
RESIDENCE PHONE 433.
in the City!
of Fine Livery Rigs
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