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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BEL!
Thursday, January 3;j
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Published each morning oxcopt Mondny.
Admitted to tlio mnila ns second class
JOS. II. HAMILL, Propriotor
Member o tlio Associated Press
Tilly, by mnil, ono year-........ .$7.50
IVilly, by carrior, ono month... . .7(5
.Weekly, ono year . .... ...-. 2.50
Weekly, six months l.i.5
Cash in advance
Advertising ratos mndo known on application.
Tlioro is still the state of Nevada for
I no gamblers.
Ho prepared to pay your first city
While the southwest is not much '.in
.forested in the Rhodo island election
for senator, it would liko to seo Colonel
Go It sent to Washington.
Tomorrow is the day sot for the vii
men to keep out of the saloons in Globe.
The city council bent tho territorial
council to it, by a few months.
Tho reform wavo seems to havo hit
the Arizona legislature so hard that
oven Assemblyman Bo Whitesides of
Nogales has been taken out on tho
.Delegate Mark Smith will bo able
to come back to Arizona and look his
farmer friouds in the face, now that the
distribution of free seeds will bo con
tinned by the government.
Tho ton day rule having passed in
the house as well as the council, "kill
ing.tho bill" in committcos this session
of tho legislature will unt bo tho famil
inrpastimo it was two yoars ago.
Owing to tho Tact that the prosecu
tion of trusts in Arizona has proven n
fiw.le, we are unable to seo tho advisa
bility of the legislature in increasing
the siac of tho territorial prison.
Sonator Hale, who complains that the
.senate talks moro thnn it works, scorns
to bo trying to run in a new innova
tion on tno upper nouso. no over
hoard of a senator working except bo
fore election day?
Tho recent tragedy at Casn Grande,
in which a young miner lost his life
through tno inaxporionco of a hoisting
ongineor should furnish grounds for
borne bonoficont legislation by tho pres
ent logwlnturo. Any man who has hu
jniau life in his onro should bo made to
pass an examination in which ho would
have to show the lives intrusted to his
care would not bo jeopardised.
Tlio three-day spoeoh dolivored by
Sonator Albort J. Beveridge, which
closed Tuosday, ndvocating the. enact
ment of a law prohibiting tho transpor
tation (in intorstnto commorco of the
products of child Inbor in factories and
mines, was a valuable and timoly con
tribution to a subject which domnnds
the nttention of tho American pcdple.
-TJio public will bo shocked by Sonator
Bevoridgo's disclosure of tho vast mini
bor of children omployed long hours in
unhonlthful and demoralizing work. Tho
urray of facts presontod by tho Indiana
sonator is appalling. Ho shows that
many of the statos havo boon noglcctful
of an evil that is sapping tho founda
tion of thoir own virtue- and strength.
In some statos, indeed, it is possible that
the hideous wrongs inflicted upon chil
dren havo been winked at. Mr. Bover
idge points out tho widely varying legis
lation of tho statos, expresses tho con
viction that adequate legislation can
not bo secured through stato govern
ments for many yoars, if at all, and
insists that congress shall apply "a
national remedy to a national ovil." Ho
holds that congross has full power to
prohibit tho intorstnto transportation
of any article, being bound only to con
sider tho policy of such legislation.
It may bo that tho intorstato com
merce clause of tho constitution can
bo stretched to cover tho child labor
ovil. It has been stretched in other
directions to a fearful cxtont. But wo
do not.boliovo that the country will
.support tho bill or that congress will
submit such a law to tho test of con
stitutionality. Tho evils of child labor
arc great, but thoy aro great largely
.becauso of tho fact that public atten
tion has not been shnrply attracted to
them. Tull acquaintance with tho
enormity of tho iniquity will accom
plish more toward abating it than tho
enactment of a law which, oven if con
stitutional, would bo costly and difficult
of enforcement. Nowhere in tho world
is childhood loved and cherished moro
than in tho United Stntcs. Tho people
need only to bo mndo nwnro of tho in
justice dono to children in order to do
away .with it. Public opiuion is vo.
uliarly powerful 4n 'all that relatesfto
tho family and to children. No com
mercial influonco in any stato could
hopo to sway a legislature Hint had
been chnrgod by the pcoplo with regu
lating tho omploymont of children in
factories and mines.
Tho house- has juBt passed an act
providing for an investigation of the
industrial, socinl, moral, educational
and physical conditions of womon utiil
children employed in shops, fnotorles,
and mines. Tho sonnto should concur
promptly in thin legislation. Tho pub
lication of tho facts elicited by such nn
inquiry will bo widespread and most
effectivo in arousing public resontmont
against existing abuses.. Remedial leg
islation may bo expected to follow In
all states affected, based upon tho local
conditions. Tins, wo beliovo, is tho
proper method of dealing with this
question, Senator Bqvorjdgo hus per
formed a great public sorvico in mar
shilling tho facts which prove tho ur
gent necessity of making a prompt and
accurate investigation of tho whole
In Now York
Thoso aldermen aro up a tree
And it is far from funny,
They got tho notoriety
.Before they gotthe money-
"And now thoy havo discovered a
bug which destroys tho plumbing."
".Yes; I've heard before of tho lend
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
THE PIRST NATIONAL BANK
At Globe, in the Territory of Ariionn,
at the close of business, Janunry 20th,
Loans and discounts $152,005.32
Overdrafts, secured and unse
U. S. bonds to secure circula
tion - .....
Premiums on U. S. bonds....
Bonds, .securities, etc. ..
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures ... ..
Other real estate owned J0,07!U3
Due from national banks
(not reserve agents)
Duo from state banks and
bankors .... ....-.....I.
Duo from approved reserve
ngonts .... .... ...
Checks and other cash .items..
Notes of other national
banks . ... .
Fractional paper currency,
nickels and cents ...,
Lawful Monoy Jtcservo .in
- Bank, viz:
Specie .. $32,008.70
Legal tender notes 37.170.0P
Redemption fund with U. S.
treasurer (5 por cent of
circulation) .... .
Capital stock paid in $ 50,000.00
Surplus fund 23,000.00
undivided profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid .
Xntionn! bank notes out
Due to other national banks .
Due to state banks and bank
Individual deposits subject
to cheek 593.112.01
Timu certificates of deposit.. 31,799.)6
Cashier's checks outstanding 743.00
TERRITORY OP ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
I, S. P. Sullenberger, cashier of tho
above named bank, do solemnly swear
that tho above statement is tnio to the
best of my knowledgo and belief.
S. P. SULLEABERGER, Cashier. '
J. N. PORTER,
C. M. CUSHMAN,
J. N. ROBINSON,
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 30th day of January, 1907.
A. J. McKINNON, Notary Public.
My commission expires April. 30, 1910.
ORDINANCE NUMBER FIVE
Prohibiting Females and Minors from
Bo it ordained by tho Mayor and
Common Council of tho City of Globe:
That it shall bo unlawful for any
woman, female person or minor, for any
jmrposu wnnisoever, to enter any saloon
or any wineroom connected therewith,
or any other place within tho corporate
limits of tho City of Globo where intox
icating liquors aro sold to be consumed
upon tin premises.
Thnt it shall be unlawful for any sa
loon propriotor or person in chargo of
any saloon, wino room, or other place
where- intoxicating liquors aro sold to
bo consumed on tho promises, to permit
any woman, female person or minor to
enter or remain therein for any purpose
That any female person or minor, or
propriotor of, or person in chargo of,
any saloon or wino room, violating tho
provisions of this Ordinance shall be
punished by a fino of not less than five
nor moro thnn two hundred dollars, or
by imprisonment not exceeding three
months, or by both such fino 'and im
prisonment. SECTION IV.
It is provided that this ordinance
shall not apply to houses of prostitu
tion maintained by females and om-I
ploying 'females only, or to hotels or
This ordinnnco phnlf go into effect on
the 1st day of February, A. D. 1907.
Passed and adopted on tho 17th day
of January, 1907.
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
Attest: T. J. Elliott. Clerk. '
' First publication January 22, 1907. 1
m HARRY MW
Expert Opinion on the Case by Attor
neysBelief that Ho Will Be In In
sane Asylum .a Weok After Taking of
It so happened thnt on tho evening
of tho day when the final preparations
had been mndo by tho counsel for Har
ry Thaw mo mo of tho counsel wero
guestH ut a public dinner. After tho
moro formal exercises wero ended and
colloquial chatting took place of speech
making, thero came opportunity to ask
theso counsel what in their view the
result of the trial of Thaw would bo.
It was observed that the answer came
instantly and with sincerity, although
it was somowhat ambiguous. They
said: "Ho will bo cleared. We have
no doubt of that."
It was loft to the inferenco of each
of thoso who heard this answer what its
moaning 'was, whether tho counsel ex
pect to secure a verdict of not guilty
or whether they menu that, being found
mentally unbalanced, he would for that
reason be declared irresponsible, and in
that sonso not morally or legally ac
countable for the homicide. Certainly
tho counsel expect that this wealthiest
person ever accused of homicide in a
Now York court will escape tho electric
chair, and even life imprisonment, un
less it should s ohuppen thnt, being im
prihoned as a criminal insane person he
should not recover his sanity in the
asylum, but instead should die in that
Unless there comes some disarrange
ment of plans, tho trial of Thaw should
be well under way- beforo the end of
tho week. In fact, so far us tho dis
trict nttorney is concorned, the presen
tation of proof need not necessarily oc
cupy moro than a few hours. District
Attorney Jeromo is compelled to do no
more at first thnn to prove- that Stan
ford Whito was shot on a certain ecn-'
ing in n certain specified place and at
a 8ecificd time. Next, ho must prove
that the homicidal shots were fired by
Harry K. Thaw, and that he watt inime
diatcly captured, and it may be possi
blo for tho district attorney nlso to
prove that Thaw at that time made con
fession that he did aim the pistol to
fire the shots at Stanford White.
Testimony of that kind would require
not more than perhaps one day. There
may come, however, interruption, the
introduction of another proceeding, ami
thero is no member of tho bar at New
York wh6 has given nny heed to this
caso who does not believe that if the
published reports of the homicide are
correct, then in no other way thnn by
tho introduction of this defense can
Harry Thaw escape a verdict of guilty
murder in the first degree.
It may be, however, thnt the counsel
will undertake to show thnt Thaw was
not irresponsible just beforo tho shoot
ing nor in fact soon after the homicide,
but at the very moment that tho crime
was committed, he was under the dom
ination of such overwhelming impulse
as to havo no responsible conception of
what he was doing. That is sometimes
called, although rather inaccurately, the
plea -of emotionnl insanity.
Tho third plea that may be offered
will consist of a request to .the court
thnt there be examination of Thaw with
intent to discover 'whether he is now
suffering from some physical lesion,
Demand certificates of desalt 810.4plome disintegration of tho brain, which
ffi h I '
DR. WILEY ON
Government Expert Tolls How Fruits,
Meats and Other Thinp We Eat,
Spoil Oysters in Cans or in the Shell
Aro Only Ones Fit to Eat.
would justify the immediate removal of
him from a court of justice to an nsy
lum. That means, of course, the com
mittal of Thaw to the asylum for the
criminal insane, so that if tho medical
authorities should afterward report him
sane ho would still bo liable to prosecu
tion upon the indictment for murder.
Whilo it cannot bo known for a cor
tninty precisely what appeals havo been
made to Thaw or to thoso who are very
near to him, yet the reasons arc very
strong for inferring that counsel, with
out exception, and surely tho counsel
first retained, are of the opinion that
Thaw can only escnpo conviction of a
capital offense by tho proof thnt he
was or is now or has been for many
years morally, and therefore legally, ir
responsible; that ho is, In fact, a dan
gerous person and has been, nnd that
whilo he committed no sin, boing irre
sponsible, nevertheless, for tho safety
of the community, ho should bo confined
until he recovors his mental health.
It is also reasonably inferred that all
of tho distinguished aliouists who have
had opportunity to examine Thnwf-nl
tiiougn some of theso opiwrtumtics wero
for no moro than superficial examina
tion, have no doubt that he should bo
transferred immediately from the court
of justico to an asylum for tho insane.
It is very doubtful whother the court
will permit tho introduction of testi
mony tending to s"liow nny prior relation
Of Stanford Whito with tho Nesbit fam
ily, unless that testimony is offered to
show also the legal irresponsibility of
Thaw. Therefore, it is difficult to see
how counsel for the defense can intro
duce testimony of that kind unless they
oxpect to persuade tho jury that Thaw
was actually insnno at tho time of tho
Tho court may of Its own motion, as
Justice Scott did in a recent murder
trial, adjourn the court, awaiting the
report of competent medical authority,
so that tho court may properly deter
mine whether Thaw is now mentally
unbalanced or not. Tho trial may bo
completed within a few dnys. Jt may
bo" continued for severnl weeks, and it
is not impossible that within n weok
Thaw may bo found confined in tho asy
lum for the criminal insane. Holland in
tho Philadelphia Press.
What's the Uso?
Mrs. Glon Villors Tor heaven's sako,
uien, want's the matter I
Mr. aion Villors I took a cab homo
tonight, as you told mo to, for fenr of
being hold up,
Mrs. UleuVjUors Weill
Mr. Glon yillors Well, the cabman
charged me tenty-flvo cents more than
I had! Clovcland Leader.
Let Buxton &,Morr'itt figure on your
painting and papering. -
Dr. Harvoy W. Wiley, chief of the
chemistry burenuof tho department of
agriculture) testified concerning the do
terioratiou of foodstulfs in cold storage
beforo tho houso committco on agricul
tural, whose hearings on the agricul
turn! bill have just been made public.
The cold storage warehouses are at
Dr. Wiley's disposal m Washington
and he gave the results of his expert
incuts on all sorts of foodstulfs.
"Milk begins to deteriornte right
awav, and so does cream," he said.
"Eggs also begin to deteriorate iinuie
diatelv. Fruit is improved and some
times continues to improve for three
months. Meat improves up to about six
or eight weeks. But after three months
for meat you enn seo that it has reached
the maximum and then it begins to go
down. I don't care how hard it is
When asked for a further explanation
of the deterioration of meat fro en in
cold storage, Dr. Wiley said:
"We fiud that meats do not t'isto as
well and they do not smell ns well, and
every tint etho jury can pick that which
has been kept over three months. Take
our quail. We have a quail a year oM
and a fresh quail cooked at the same
time. We cook them just alike, an I
every time the jury can pick that which
The doctor stated that most fruits
improved when properly kept for a
short time, but he said the objees of
his experiments is to inform the pub
lie, and particularly the cold stor.ig-t
people, how long they may safely keep
food in storage. lie said that ns yet
he had been nimble to determine wheth
er drawn or undrawn poultry keeps tin
Dr. Wiley was asked many qurs
tions about oysters, and said thnt the
oysters opened and shipped in butkelB
should be prevented from entering
into interslate commerce, as they aro
"An oyster is dead an hour after it
is opened," said Dr. Wiley, "and i( is
not good. It lodes its flavor."
In response to inquiries from Rep
resentative Haskins ns to the advisa
bility of freezing oysters to pres.-rve
them for shipment, Dr. Wiley said.
"Oh, they ought not to be frozen.
Thnt rums them, nnd ns soon ns they
thaw they are dangerous." He urgei'
that ovsters be shipped alive nnd in
the shell. Dr. Wiley said the oysters
sent out ju tin cans arc all right.
Gelatine was denounced by tho doc
tor, who said of it: "It is made from
the scrntiiinjs from the hides. These
hides, that smelt to heaven, arc treated
and trimmed and these trimmings are
used to make gelatine. The marine hos
pital service found tetanus germs in
Dr. Wiley said that the gelatin fac
tories are the dirtiest in the world
The hides used aro treated with alkali,
which is rubbed into them for ship
ment. He said thnt this gelatino js
fometimes made in gluo fnctoricj, mil
thnt stuff that is not fit for glue is
made into gelatine. In reply to a uues-
tion from Bepresentativo liaughin, Dr.
"Gelatine is used in ice cream nnd
candies and for making caps'nlcs that
you take your medicine in."
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
THE GLOBE NATIONAL BANK
At Globe, in the Territory of Arizona,
at tho close of business, January 20,
Loans and discounts ..$175,893.91
Overdrafts, secured and unse
cured 9 1 1.1 1
U. S. bonds to secure circula
Premium on U. S. bonds 533.25
Bonds, securities, etc. 284.10
Banking house, furniture nnd
fixtures , 12,809.83
Due from National Banks
(not reserve agents) 0,107.92
Duo from approved reserve
agents . J. 12;333.31
Checks and other cash items.. 1,200.00
Exchanges for clearing house 950.03
Notes of other National
banks . 1,855.00
Fractional paper currency,
nickels nnd cents 551.90
Lawful Monoy Reserve in
Specie . . . $28,381.50
Lcgnl tender notes . 2,500.00
Redemption fund with U. S.
treasurer (5 per cent of
te4hursffihBnET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMEfJ
Advertisements under this head 10 cents per line the first Insertion and 6 cents per line each subsequent
By tho month, $1.00 per line. No, ad Inserted for less than 20 cents. All ads nnder this head must be
-. advance. Discount to regular advertisers.
Wo havo letters for Q H F; O L O;
E PJS and X Y Z.
The Silver Belt Want Ads.
have been proven to be the
quickest way to make your
wants known. Just try 'em.
WANTED To -rent a piano. Address
1'enre, Silver Belt.
WANTED Girl for general house work
at Murphy's boarding houso, North
WANTED Promoter and operator for
sloven compact equipped gold and
copper mines on pay basis. E. F.
Kclluor, Globe, Ariz.
WANTED To rent, a three or four
room house furnished. Address P. O.
WANTED Ten thousand shares Inspi
ration. Lock box 822, Globe, Ariz.
WANTED Position by an experienced
lioistiimii. Address Engineer, care of
WANTED A small furnished house
closo in nnd reasonable. Address E.
L. P., this office.
Silver Belt Want Ads. Drlng results.
FOR SENT Two-roomed house suita
ble for batching. Inquire second
houso south of old Hill street bridge.
Mrs. J. L. Knipfel.
TO RENT Furnished room in privaU
family. Phono 1391. Mrs. J. Har
vey Harris, Sout hllill street.
FOB BENT A three- room house close
iu. Inquiro of Mrs. Alfred Kinney,
opposito Kinney house.
FOB BENT Three-room house with
water. Inquiro of George Schmidt,
North Globe on Black Warrior road.
FOR BENT After February 1, the Ba
zaar store building, 18x00, good base
ment and fine show windows. Apply
to Owen McKevitt.
FOR BENT An unfurnished room.
East Globe. Apply Treasurer's office.
FOB SALE Large steel range and hot
water tank. Mrs. J. Harvey Harris,
Hill street opposite South schoolhouse.
FOB SALE Complete housekeeping
outfit for three rooms. S. F. Moore,
Silver Belt want ads bring results
Phono in your want ads. Main 231.
FOR SALE-Two lots, p.
airs. kj. Hi. r ruin, second i
LOST AND FOUKjl
FOUND A bunch of keys, J
posiomce. Oliver ueit i&.
LOST On road between
k7bBdCU Mill UI1U V1JUUI' I9h
of bedding, coat and -,i I
with letters addressed J
Teviston, Ariz. Lea ,
livoty stable and get a,
LOST At foot of Pinal ttJ
wait-r spauiei. uewaM kl
to Globe Meat Market
Two horses on Friday u.gt
25. One roan with bla i .
tail, near 20 years of ag4 0
Branded on right shou ie,
ters A & M connected ,
with figure 0, barred.
The other, a buckskin,
low, with yellow mane a
8 years old and foiutecn at
hands high. Branded w
right thigh nnd figure 8 a J
I will pay $10 for informs I
to their recovery.
J. BOYNE II FN ).
:-; A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING
Got your cheese nt Murphy's. It'
Huntzlnger's photographs are the
Sec Mack and Jim at tho Wen go sa
Read the Sliver Belt Always up to
Talking It Over
"Ever notice it!"
"How automobilists run into ftvory
thing even debt!"
Genuine imported Swiss cheese at the
Globe Meat Market.
Budweiscr and Blue Ribbon bottled
beer at McDonough's.
Money to loan on good security. Ad'
dress W., Box 971, city.
"In running for -office these days,
sir, the game ain't worth the candle,
"Why, young man," replied the can
didate, "the game ain't worth the
If you want something extra nice iu
wall paper, got to Ryan's.
First-class work at bed rock prices.
Buxton & Mcrritt, the painters.
Bread, cakes and pies delivered to
any part of town bj' the Star Bakery.
Anything in tho way of mixed drinks
can alwnys be had at McDonough's.
"Senator Curtis of Kansas used to
bo a jockey and hackdriver. Let us
hope he'll display horse sense in his
exnlted position at the United States
Wo havo a fresh lot of dill pickles.
Th(T Globo Market, Dennis Murphy, proprietor.
Decorate Your Homo
Go to Rynn's for n varied assortment
of wall paper.
The Globo Steam Laundry is now in
full operation and prepared to do all
kinds of laundry work promptly nnd
satisfactorily. Orders receive prompt
nttention. Work called for and deliv
ered in any part of tho city.
G. BOUSE, Proprietor.
Twonty-sovcn year old cognne in the
original package. Tho finest to bo had
for medicinal purposes. McDonough's.
Capital stock paid in.. $ 5,000.00
Undivided profits, less ex
pense nnd taxps paid 925.12
National bank notes out
standing ... 12,500.00
Individual deposits subject to
check .. L. 189,035.59
Demand certificates of de
posit ...... . , 100.00
Time certificates pf doposit.... 3,203.45
Certified checks 139.91
Cashier's checks outstanding 1,113.00
Total .' .-.i;257,G18.9S
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
I, A. G. Smith, cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that tho
abovo statement is true to tho best of
my knowledgo and belief.
A. G. SMITH, Cashier.
G. S. VAN WAGENEN,
W. A. HOLT,
FRED T. BRAGONIER,
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo
this 29th day of January, 1907.
J. WEINBERGER, Notary Public,
u My commission expires March 20th.
1910. ""-"" . '
Mighty drops of water
Mighty grains of "sand,"
Keep tho water wagon
Going through tho land.
We havo a fresh lot of choice dill pic
kles. Tho Globo Market, Dennis Mur
Wo have saner kraut and sweet pic
kles that will please tho family. Globe
Get your cheese at Murphy's. It's
niro and wholesome. Swiss and limbur
ger imortcd cheese at Murphy's.
Ain't It the Truth?
"The trustees for a Japanese institu
tion for deaf and dumb have decided
to teach the male inmates to be bar
bers?" "Gee why don't America start
start something like that?"
8tage to Gibson Mine
Stage will leavo each Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday mornings at 9:30 a,
m., from Barclay & Higdon's corral.
Go to Buxton & Merritt f t
line of wall paper aiid n...
tions of every description
They All Settle
"To hear a Los Angeles H
remarked tho urban phu&,
would imagine that bourn !
no traveler returns to be 'n?
Ladies, you can get gooj
nnd juicy apples" and cratii
Murphy's, the Olobe Markf.
while they are fresh.
Just received a carload cf
latest designs in wall pa(r
1907. Buxton & Merritt
Go to Ryan's
When you want magazines, confection
er, books, stationery, ammunition or
graphophonc records. Souvenir postals"
Is one of Globe's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class in
Im line. Call and be convinced.
"When you proposed did you
her by surprise?"
"Alas, by Jove I I didn't take her at
Still at Large
CHAIBS1 CBAIBSI CHAIRS 1
Just received from the factory a car
of 3,000 chairs of all kinds and latest
patterns; dining room and kitchen
chairs, rovolving office and counter
chairs and stools; rockers in variety;
kitchen chairs, 90 cents nnd upward.
A close price for cash on my general
line of house furnishing goods. J. P.
McNeil, opposite Miners' Union hall,
Ain't got no feather boa to give
To Susie for lier neck,
But I got two lovin' arms to hug
A bushel nn a peck.
Ain't-got no automobile
For to chug-chug with her in it;
But I got n heart that throbs for her
With love beats, cv'ry minit.
Wo havo sauor kraut and Bwoet pic
kles that will please all the family.
Globo Market; Murphy's.
First-class furnished rooms for tran
sients nt tho Cactus, Broad street near
Sultana Rebckah Lodge No. 5 meets
the second and fourth Mondays of each
month. Visiting members cordially invited.
The finest line of wall papers ever
shown in Globe. Buxton & Mcrritt.
The Slowest Yet
Somcrville, Mass., has tua
messenger, his age being si
the proper age for a mesicng
We will sell our entire
business, including stock, k.
tures and water works. Inq-J
at Sultan Brothers at Globe,
Sultan, Newman & Co., Rooxi
Dorchester Bourbon, fine A
and just the thing for what
Wc carry everything a isJ.j
wear.The People's Store Tt
cent discount on
suits and skirts.
"Hello Jinks! Got a mau
' Here 's one. ' '
"Thanks! Got a mat-n
Read the Silver Belt Mm
Our snow white home-rec
cannot be beat. Globe Me f V
Get in ouf of the dust and 3
biggest beer in town at the1
A Hard Ono t
"Wise men make pre.
"Er that one isn't origin-
Parties wanting brick canl
wants promptly supplied b;
thoir orders at tho office of
GIBSON & HENDEj
Mines and Stock Exchange, 01
"Live and let live." U:j
Market, C. Musgrave, propne-i
Silver Belt want ads brief
We carry everything a lad;
wear. Tho People's Store T
cent discount on ladies' s'
suits and skirts.
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Office rooms, 5-7-9 Trust building. Of
flco phone, Main 1811. Residenco phone,
H. C. Hopkins
- U. S. MINERAL
GLOBE . ARIZONA
Let the Baker Do the Work!
THE WAGON WILL CALL AT YOUR
HOME WITH A FULL XINE OF
BBEAD, PIES AND PASTBY.
W. R. NORTON Archill
Upstairs, Oates-Wif htman BIdg .
LET THE BAKES DO TSS WOKK
Finest line of ART SQUARES ever ex
hibited here. Also a Splendid Assort
ment of RUGS, all grades and all prices.
COMING Wi)l be here next week, four
carloads of mixed furniture, the newest
styles and embracing everything.
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