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title: 'Daily Arizona silver belt. (Globe, Gila County, Ariz.) 1906-1929, January 31, 1907, Page Page Six, Image 6',
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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Thursday, January 31, 1907
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
SAY NEIGHBOR! 00 YOU PAY BENT?
Let us fljmro with you. Suppose you
pay $25.00 rent per month, that is $300
per year. $300.00 per year is worth S3B
in interest. In threo years you have
paid in round numbers $1,000.00. "'And
still tho other, fellow owns tho houso
and lot, at a probable hiccrased value.
WHY DON'T YOU COME TO US, BUY
A LOT AND BUILD A HOUSE?
Instead of paying for the ottior fel
low's house, why not pay in tie same
way for one of your own? Seo theipolnt?
Of courso you do. Tako your pencil and
llguro it out; it's exsy. Then com and
Believed that Effort Will Be
Made to Move the Red
PHILLIPSON & HAGEN
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
P. A. Itaymonrt, the YA Pno mining
...machinery salesman, arrived in thin city
1M. rreudcnthal of Las Gruoes, X. M.,
is a visitor in tho city and will return
to his home this 'morning.
James Cnhill was fined $7 in the jus
tices court yesterday for disorderly ,eon
duct in the Coney Island rosort.
Joe Scott, tho popular young plumber,
has returned to Globe aftor an ubsoncp
,t two days.
-' The Old Dominion Commercial com
pany's store was closed yostorday for
the regular annual inventory.
Mrs. A. G. Smith entertained the
Tive Hundred club at -Mrs. Trenches
rasidenco yesterday evening.
Airs. Alfred Hanson s mother, Mrs.
A. .lacoby, will visit hor for a couple
of weeks. She arrived Tuosday from
Las Crucos, X. M.
Miss Winnie AlTison lott Wednesday
morning to visit friends in Bisbeo and
Benson. She will probably be absent
The condition of John Gilmoro, the
miner who was vicariously shot by Bob
Dutch for n bobcat Tuesday evening,
it. slightly improved.
W. II. Park hurst, the well known bird
.seed and binoking tobacco salesman, is
transacting business with local merch
ants. Mrs. Geo. W. P. Hunt and daughter
linve gone to Phoenix, whero they will
remain with Mr. Hunt during the ses
sion of tho legislature.
Mrs. C. M. Cushman, until recently
with the First Xational bank, assumed
hor new duties with tho Globe Xational
The J. G. C. club will bContertained
tomorrow evening by Misses Alice Bird
soil and Lou Bolton at the homo of
Mrs. J. J. Keegan.
It. L. Alderman, the Bisbeo attorney,
was an arrival in the city last ovoning
on business connected with tho Hovlaud
& Smith interests in this district.
Deputy United Statos Marshal W. H.
Hill will roturn to Tucson this morning
after spending a fow dnys hero on offi
Del Potter, manager of tho Clifton
Consolidated Minos and tho Clifton
Xorthern railway, was an arrival in tho
city last evening to spond a fow "irnys
on mining business.
Mrs. Desmond has boon having trou
ble with a delinquent tenant, and predi
cated her displeasure by breaking in
the door. She was assessed $15 in the
justice court of Judgo Thomas yester
day. Tho doors and windows of the new
pourthouso are somcwlioro betweon Los
,Angoles and Tucson, and tho railroad
has sent out a tracor. It will probably
be two months before tho county offi
cers move in.
Aldorman Lyman C. Woods returned
yesterday from a trip to tho Troy
country, where ho went to look aftor
some mining property at Dripping
Springs. Mr. Woods reports that tho
mining industry in that section is enjoy
ing a flourishing boom, whioh looks ns
though it would last.
Fire threatened tho Conoy Island re
sort about 2 o'clock yesterday morning.
Tho wires of tho electric clock which
the Coney Island, tho St. Elmo and
Keegan 's indulgo in somohow became
crossed, and Jack Hoas, luckily up past
'his usual hour, was obliged to cut his
New Term Convenes and Ad
journsGeorge Smalley Is
Clerk of Both Courts
Thoro wore two sessions of court hen-
Tuesday, the district and United States
courts both convening for the term,
which for both will last until nekt Xo
vember. Appointments of officials were
announced iu the United States court
and in tho territorial court, one case,
that of Sarah Martin vs. W. M. Wills,
to quiot title, was set for trial on Feb
Judge Xavc announcciT the appoint
ment of George II. Smalley to succeed
Charles T. Martin, resigned, as clerk
of tho district court.1 Mr. Smalley is
now uiejrk of tho United States court
also. V.. E. Beaver was appointed crier
for the United States court and W. H.
Dunham recommended by Judge Xavc
for the appointment of bailiff by the
United States marshnl.
SMASHES A RECORD
Will Open Again
Max Lantin, who returned Tuesday
evening from tho east, announces that
ho will reopen his slnro today or tomor
row and will again bo ready for busi
ness, having satisfied tho domands of
h'H (-editors iu full. Tho many friends
of Mr. Lantin will be pleased to learn
tthat his business ombarrassmont was
Dominion Hotel Arrivals
L. G. Xeubcrgor, Cincinnati; M. G.
McCniry, Pasadena, Cal.; W. X. Ityan,
Donvor; It. L. Alderman, Bisbeo; Mnx
Wolf, Cincinnati; It. D. French, Los
Angeles; P. J. Seeds,. Snn Francisco;
P. A. Itaymond, LI Paso; J. S. Perkins,
Itice; John Bogers, San .Carlos; W. P.
Those magnificent distances of Ari
zona are being annihilated. SheritT
Thompson of Globe arrived in town pa
tho new 10 o'clock train Jast night, hav
ing left Globo yesterday morning, says
tho Republican. That is the first time
in the history of tho world that such a
thing has cvor been done. The sheriff
brought with him an insano man under
commitment to the asylum. This is tho
second time that any sheriff or officer
from the south ever got iu with ,i pris
oner on the dayho left home. Bo J.
Whitcsides did it tho first time, but it
was a scratch in tho way of a special
train that enabled him to accomplish
the feat. The lay over at Maricopa
has been the bugbear of sheriffs. A low
mouthy ago Sheriff Pacheco of Pima
lost an insane man there and he was
nover afterward heard of. It was then
thought that he mndo his way out upon
the desert and perished.
Tho skating tournament at Dream
land scheduled to begin tonight will bo
an exciting ovent. Tonight eight con
tostants will start and tho winner will
drop out for tho finals, in which will
bo entored those who win heats.v Tho
tournament will last five nights and
there w ill be good sport at the big hall.
i no prices aggregate $100.
Tho regular weekly, session of the
city council occurs this evening at
Fireman's 'hall and it is belioved that
thoro will to an interesting session. Tho
various city offieors named at tho last
meeting wil qualify and the city mar
Hhnl will submit tho names of his depu
ties for the oiifirmntion of tho coun
It is uudorsUiod that several of the
councilmen will institute an effort to
have the tenderloin section of tho city
ronioved from its presont location
' 'across thecreok" to tho southern ond
of town and it is expoctod that tho
plan will meet with opposition.
There have been many complaints
from citizens residing in tho vicinity of
tho present district allotted to tho red
lighters and a potition signed by a
large number of them will bo sent to
COPPER METAL MARKET
NEW YORK, January .10. Copper was 2s Od highor iu tho London
inniket today, spot closing at 100, 7s (Id and futures at 107 i2s 8d.
Locally tho market was firm and unchanged, with Lakes quoted at
24.2:3 to 2L7o; Electrolytic, 2i.(i2Vj to 2J.87'4, and Casting at 24.25
Lead was unchanged at 0.00 to 0.25 in tho local market, but in
Loudon declined 2s Od to 19 Is 0d.
Spelter was unchanged at 20 15s in the English market and at
0.75 to, 0.80 locally.
Iron was locally unchanged.
Bar silver, 07:H; Mexican dollars, 52',.. r
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co.
Capitol and Surplus. $100.000
L. D. RlCKETTS " D. W. WlCKERSIIAM 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
Foreign exchange at lowest rates
ow Open to the Public
Eighty rooms, single and ensuite. 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 up
A. HANSEN, Manager
Lack of Fuel Causes Laying Off
Temporarily of Seventy
Alderman S. L. Gibson cnmo'in from
the Gibson mine lost evening after
spending ten days iu the camp at Sum
mit. lie reports that the entire force
of miners at the mine, seventy iu mini
ber, have beou temiwrarily laid off ami
tho mine closed down with tho excep
tiou of the pumps, on Account of the
scarcity of wood.
The shortage is caused by tho poor
condition of the roads, which make it
almost impossible to secure any coal.
It is not thought that the shutdown will
be of long duratiou.
Tho Center of Centralization
According to the San Francisco press
tho president's activities in regard to
school privileges nover kiaked up a rip
plo in California. Mr. Hoosovclt has
at least succeeded in centralizing ox
citcment in the. White House.
W. S. SULTAN
H. T. WAYNE
Deputy U. 3. Mineral Survejor
SULTAN & WAYNE
SURVEYS, ASSAYS. ESTIMATES, REPORTS Opposite P. 0 Globe
The Ladies' Aid society of the Bap
tist ehuf.u will give a basket sociable
at the church at 7:30 o'clock this even
ing. 7he ladies of the society hae
left nothing undone that will in anj
way cend to make the affair a splendid
snrvess, and all who attend arc assured
0 a pleasant evening's entertainment.
Rrorybody is cordially invited.
"111 lot dayight through you," dc
cmred the hero.
But the villain only sneered.
"Not while wo are here in Pitts
burg," he stated.
Point of Difference
The difference is that President
Roosevelt advocates speakiug softly and
carrying a big stick, whilo Sonator For
aker prefers to speak big and carry a
soft stick. Kansas City Star.
Orders taken and executed at short
notico; lessons given in all kinds of
ombroidory and stnmping done while
you wait. MBS. J. C. McRAE,
Old Ballground, opposito Qeorgo Hill.
While looking over the only
Globe on the globe for a good
investment in lots, homes, bus
iness property, lodqinq or
boarding house, give us a call.
We build you a home on instal
ments, rent houses. Our deals
are straight, our bargains good
Tho nnnual stockholders' meeting of
Tho AriV.ona Nntional Copper company
will bo held at the Dominion hotol at
2 p. in. -Monday, February 11, 1907.
T. M. B. HICKS, President.
Good Bank Showing
Attention is called to tho statement
of tho Globo National bank in this is
sue. This is tho latost established finan
cial institution in Globe, having been
started May 2S, last, and its growth
of business sinco that timo has been
more than ordinary, deposits shown in
the present statement aggregating al
most $200,000 and covering only the
eight months of tho bank's existence.
"More troublo," sighed McNutty,
putting on his coat. "If it ain't one
thing it's anothor."
"What's tho matter now!" queried
his good wife.
"More labor troubles," answered
"Not another lockout, I hope," said
tho partner of his sorrows. '
"No; it's worso than that," an
swored tho alleged head of tho house.
"Tho boss has yielded andL'vo got to
go to work again." Tit Bits.
Subscribo for tho Daily Silver Belt.
No. 1 Bye at McDonough's.
The funeral of the late A. C. Del
linger will tnke place at 2 o'clock on
Thursday afternoon from J L. Jones &
Son's undertaking parlors on Broad
strept under the auspices of Whito
Mountain lodge of Masons.
Members of the Masonic order nro re
quested to meet at the lodge hull at
1 o'clock to march in a body to the
funeral. ' .
WHITE LEGHORN EGGS
$1.00 per setting
C. P. BRHTENTE1N, West of Graveyard
"The Gem of Globe"
If you wish designs in
Pendants, Brooches or
Rings, give us your
idea and we will do
the rest : : , :
The Necklace on display in
our window can be made
up as it is for $1000
If you desire a more elaborate piece
or one not as costly we will gladly
design it according to your taste.
Silicate Scarf Pins $4 up
Silicate Rings - - - $5 up
We use only the highest quality Silicate,
, best gold mountings.
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, USSS
F. L. JONES & SON.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE PHONE 432.
RESIDENCE PHONE 433.
BARCLAY, HIGDON & CO.
Single and Double Teams
Saddle Horses Hay, Grain & Coal
--. A Specialty made of Fine Livery Rigs
Telephone 171 Globe, Arizona
THE SOLOMON-WICKERSHAM CO.
globe Wholesale Grocers safford
Ask your Grocer for Diamond M. Flour.
You take no chances, we take none.
It is Fully Guaranteed,' THERE'S NONE BETTER!
Moved to No. 28
Real Estate Broker
PAQUAL NIGRO BLOCK
Finest Family Resort in Town. The Best of Service.
Short Orders Day and Night Our Specialty.
Sunday Dinners from 5 to 8,?M. ..-
We send out meals free of charge anywhere in Gl&be.
C. ARNOLD & CO., Props.
SCOBLE. SOBEY & CO.
i OATS, SCOBLE & CO.
KNOWN TO CARRY THE
Finest Goods in the City!
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.
Now for Bargains!
' Our Inventory is Ovei We have too many
'' Bargains to Mention them all:
Underwear 25c, 40c, 50c, $1
Children's Hose 8 1-3, 10, 15c
Flannelettes and Outings -
- - - - 25 per cent off
Woolen Dresr Goods
- - - - 25 per cent off
Gold Medal Gingham
- - : - per yard 7l-2c
Velveteen Binding 2c
Laces too cheap to mention
All kinds of Fancy Buttons "-
5c, 10c, 15c
This sale lasts for one week
Don't miss it!
OPPOSITE THE P0ST OFFICE
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