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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Published each morning oxcept Monday.
Admitted to tho raaila as second class
JOS. II. HAMILL, Proprietor
Member of tho Associated Pross
Dally, by mailono year $7.50
Daily, by carrior, ono month..... .75
V.'eokly, ono year 2.50
Weekly, six months 1.25
Cash in advanco
Subscribers pleaso notify this offico
in case of non-delivery of tho dally,
Advertising rates -mndo known on np
plicatiqn. The insanity experts will probably
be enlled upon to prove that Hurry
Thaw's brain storm was caused by sun
The oil magnates were awful good to
Senator Jobailoy, considering tho fact
that he threatened to send them to the
pen if they tried to ro-entor Texas.
Tho Russians are again doing thoir
best to decrease tho Jewish population
of that eonutry, judging from reports
Today is the anniversary of tho birth
of George Washington and tho press
humorists will tell you what tho father
of his country would think of certain
things if he were alive today.
Several persons in various parts of
the country arc reported to liavo become
insane over reports of the Thaw trial.
They must have tried to beliovo all of
the cvidenco of both sides.
A short time ago an Arizonn editor
was placed on trial in the foderal court
for printing in his paper tho report of
a case in a police court, which read
like a Sunday school lesson compared
with some of the Thaw trial smut.
It is beginning to look as though
thero would bo no mine tax law passed
at this session of the legislature. If
Governor Kibbey can solve the problem,
why doesn't ho frame a bill himself
that will cover tho points ho desires?
Altogether it looks as though tho prob
lem is too complex for either legislature
Newspapers in tho Warren district
seem to hold widely diverging opinions
as to the labor situation in Bisbee,
One states that 1,000 minors havo -been
laid off on account of tho Western Fed
eration trying to unionize the camp and
another is convinced that tho men were
laid off because of a shortage of tim
bers, etc. The one says that the busi
ness outlook in Bisbec is critical, the
other that conditions never were bet
ter. WHICH IS IT?
The Rev. Washington Gladden, speak
ing of Mr. Rockefeller's recent gift of
$.".2,000,000 to the general education
board, asks: "Is it a benefaction or
a restitution I" and says that it would
have been in better taste for the donor
to wait until tho indictments were tried
under which he now rests. At any rate,
it is a littlo peculiar that just at this
time such items of news as these begin
Big Advance in Oil in Ohio
MARIETTA, Ohio, February 11, 1907.
The heaviest singlo advanco in oil
ever made by tho Standard Oil company
was announced today, amber, or deep,
oil being advanced 13 cents per barrel,
and .shallow, oil 5 cents.
Oil Up One Cent in New Jcrsfiy
Officials, of the Standard Oil company
in Newark announced yesterday a rajso
of 1 cent" per gallon for kcrosono oil.
The advanco will affect tho entiro stato
of New Jersoy and will mean $25,000
additional income for tho company in
tho year, i-
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Probably ono of tho greatest neods
of Globe at this stage of its growth is
a chamber ,of commerce, a commercial
club, or similar municipal organization
of citizens and business men. There is
not a growing or successful city in tho
southwest which has not an organiza
tion of this kind and most of these
cities owe much of thoir prosperity to
their chamber of coinmorcc.
Tho following is a nows item from tho
Tucson Citizen concerning tho work of
tho chamber, of commcrco in that city
and is a splondid argument for such
an organization in this city:
It is probably not roalized generally
how much tho chamber of commerce
really accomplishes for tho city during
a year. Tho organization has been for
tunato in securing an able and active
president and as a reisult it has boon
an important factor in tho advancement
of Tucson. Under L. II. Manning and
later under 0. II. Baylo.ss tho organiza
tion has gone steadily ahead.
What was probably tho biggest
achievement of the year brought about
directly by tho chamber of commorco
Wfltt Mm ouiiii! nf XI.- -i i . i .
"" " otv-uiinji ui uiu jouuers tarui
agaiu for Tucson. This tariff had been
, , ,
annulled by tho Southorn Pacific, "but
after a conforonco which was nrrangod
by tho chnmbor of commorco botwoon
tho Southern Pacific officials aud Tuc
son business mou, tho tariff was again
Tho chamber issued this year a now
booklet which is attracting much atten
tion. Tho popularity of the now book
let mny bo judged from tho fact that
nearly two thousand copies havo boon
sent out of tho city thus far, although
tho booklets were rcaoivod loss than
a month ago. Many of tho booklets
are sent away by eastern peoplo who
nro temporarily staying horo and in
this way Tucson is woll advertised.
ARIZONA AND REFORM
There is somothin' sorter missin' in our
Tho breeze is ject as coolin' an' tho
sun shines jest as clenr,
Hut when tho lioys jog townward thoy
aro sorter lonesomo liko,
Sonco tho ball has quit a-rollin' an' tho
gamblers had to hike.
Thoy drive up sort of listless and they
jest say, "Howdy pard,"
And thoir ponies' heads is droopin' like
they, too, took it hard.
And it seems all hushed, like that day
wo planted Mesa Mike,
Since tho ball has quit a-rollin' and tho
gnmblors had to hike.
I ain't a sayin' partner that it ain't
all for tho best,
Though some of us ain't natchol, with
out cards clutched to tho vest,
lint for life this town ain't in it with
tho graveyard up tho pike,
Since tho ball has quit a-rollin' and the
gamblers had to hike.
Wo 're a-learnin' simple pastimes, like
Old Maid and House Crokny,
And tho cowboys of tho Bar-C aro a-
leamin' to croshay
And wo toddlo to our blankets when wo
hear tho curfew strike,
Since the ball has quit a-rollin' and tho
gamblers had to hike.
WHITE DRESS SUIT
Mark Twain Adds Evening Clothes to
His Wardrobo of Light Garments
Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens)
has had mado for him a suit of evening
clothes of white broadcloth, as immacu
late as nowly-fallen snow. Tho buttons
nro covered with the same material.,
When he arrays himself ho will un
doubtedly wear with tho suit white en
amoled leather shoes. Tho genial humor
ist has long been in rebellion against
the somewhat clawhammer effects bor
rowed from tho court of Frnnce.
Mr. Clemens has decided that his
new evening wear shall be supplemented
by a long Sjmnish cloak, which can bo
thrown over tho shoulder. Such gar
ments wero worn by grandees and cava
The broadcloth is of a soft finish.
The suit was cut in strict accordance
with tho prevailing mode. Tho coat is
lined throughout with whito silk, and
tho. lapels aro faced with tho same ma
terial. The collar is of cloth, for it
was thought thafwhito velvet, which
was permissible would easily become
soiled. The coat is adorned with three
white buttons in front and two at the
back. The waistcoat, which has three
buttons, is of the same material as the
coat. Its only ornamentation is a white
zigzag embroidery around the edges.
The trousers have a white silk braid
down the outside seams.
Mr. Clemens is not fond of black silk
hats, and with his now whito suit he
will probably wear a gray fedora. He
has also a new light grjiy overcoat.
Mr. Clemens announced a year ago
that ho would henceforth wear white
because it corresponded to the original
costume mentioned in "Adam's Di
ary." After publicly pleading guilty to
a seventieth birthday not long ago, ho
said he considered himself old enough
now to wear about what he pleased.
Care of his all-white wardrobe, which
consists of fifteen suits, is no easy task
for the humorist. He is obliged to send
two of them to the cleaner every week.
Ho sent word yesterday evening that
ho was too busy to discuss from an
esthetic standpoint the rensons for his
Nows of tho now stylo spread rapidly
among builders of clothes. Several of
them said thoy were glad to know Mr.
Clemens had had tho courage to break
away from tho usago which mado un
compromising black tho only wear for
men nftcr 0 o'clock in tho evening.
Thoy ajso said tho Spanish cloak was
a grea,t improvement over tho usual
typo of capo overcoat. Young 's, tailors,
said they had tho suit fashioned ior
Mr. Clemens and that it was tho first
of the kind. Now Xork Herald.
Church Checks Babies
A novol plan for tho care of babies
and littlo children during the morning
sorvice at tho Second Presbyterian
church has been ndoptcd by tho Ladies '
Aid society. '
A committeo will bo stationed in tho
Sunday school room to look after tho
littlo ones, so that tho mothers can hear
The plan will bo started tho first Sun
dny in March. It is expected that tho
plan will provo decidedly popular. All
things needed in a nursery will bo pro
vided by tho committeo, including milk,
rattles nnd teething rings for the
amusomont of the littlo ones. Spring
field, Ohio, dispatch to New York Amer
ican. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
KELLY REALTY COMPANY
Know All Men by Theso Presents:
That we, Harry E. Kelly, Samuel" L.
Gibson, John B. Newman nnd John T.
Hondrickson, of Globe, Gila County,
Arizona, all citizens of the United
States of Amoricn. havo this dav vol-
untarily associated oursolves together
for tho purnoso of forminir a cornora-
tion-under tho laws of the Territory
of Arizona, and tvo horoby cortify, ac
knowledge and adopt tho following Ar
ticles of Incorporation:
Tho names of tho corporators of this
company nre: Harr E. Kolly, Samuel
L. Gibson, John B. Newman and John T.
The name of this corporation js, and
shall bo, KELLY REALTY COMPANY.
The locatiou of its principal placo of
business in tho Territory of Arizona,
shall bo in tho city of Globe, Ojln
The geuoral nature of tho business
proposed to bo transacted by the cor
poration is as follows:
To carry on a goneral abstract, title
insurance and trust business.
To insure, warrant and guaranteo ti
ties; to furnish complete abstracts of
titlo to icvory kind aud character of
property in tho County of Gila, Terri
tory of Arizona, and to issue certifi
cates of title thereon; to acquire by
purchase, or otherwiso, abstracts, ag
stract books, systems and indices, cop
ies, briefs' and indices, of all public roe
ords within tho said County; to make,
prepare and complete abstracts and
copies of all instruments, notices, judg
ments and decrees affecting tho titlo to
real estate or personal property within
said County, and to cuter the name into
appropriate abstract books, systems and
indices; and to prepare, make and issue
trustworthy certificates, policies and
abstracts of titlo for customers, and
to receive and collect compensation
To ncccpt and execute trusts of any
and overy nature; to nttend, in legal
miunior, to tho management and settle
ment of estates, guardianship, assign
ments, receiverships, and other trusts,
whether under appointment of courts or
otherwiso; to act as trusteo, executor,
administrator, aud guardian of estates;
to act ,as pledgo holder, escrow holder,
attorney in fact, rocciver, broker,
agent, trustoe, nnd depository; to issue
and soil debenture bonds, secured by
mortgages on real property, or other
wise secured; to receivo on deposit, or
otherwise, monies, gold,, silver, bullion,
stocks, bonds, notes, mortgages aud evi
dences of indebtedness, for tho use and
benefit of depositors, nnd to recoipt
thorofor; to buy, sell, discount, guaran
tee and deal in stocks, bonds, notes,
mortgages, negotiablo instruments, and
evidonces of indebtedness, whether of
persons or corporations, nnd to make,
oxecuto and porfect such contracts,
agreements, certificates, policies and
other instruments as may be required
therefor; to act as real estato, stock, firo
and life insurance broker; to act as
agent nnd broker for tho sale and pur
chase of real estate, personal property,
stocks, promissory "notes and other evi
dences of indebtedness; to borrow and
loan money on real ostatc, porsonal or
collateral security, and to negotiate
loans for customers; to purchase, hold,
own, sell, mortgage and convoy real es
tate, mines and mining claims; and to
act as agent for firo and life insurance
companies, and bond and surety corpor
ations. ARTICLE V.
Tho highest amount of indebtedness
or liability, direct or contingent, to
which this corporation shall at any
time bo subject shall in no enso exceed
two-thirds of the amount of its capital
The stockholders private property
ihall be exempt from all liability for
-orporate dobts of any kind.
ARTICLE VII. -
Tho amount of tho capital stock of
this corporation shall bo Fifty Thou
sand ($50,000.00) Dollars, divided into
Fifty Thousand (50,000) shares of tho
par value of Ono ($1,00) Dollar each,
to bo fully paid, in cash or property,
when issued nnd nou-assessablo there
after. ARTICLE VIII.
Tho corporate powers of this com
pany and tho conduct of the affairs
thereof shall be vested in a Board of
MONUMENTAL WORK Cm7lnZT
IRON FENCING and FINE STONE WORK
Have just received a
Carload of 1907
in Wall Paper
You will do well to look
into this. We have the
Finest line of Wall Pa
per ever shown here.
PEJES always RIGHT
Subscribe for the Daily Arizona Silver Belt. All the new.
Directors composed of not less than four
(4) persons, who shnll bo stockholders,
tho first directors shall bo, Harry E.
Kelly, Samuol L. Gibson, John B. New
man and John T. Hondrickson, who
shall hold ofilco until the first Monday
in April, 1008, nnd until tho election
and qualification of their successors.
Tho annual meeting of the stockholders
aud directors of this corporation shnll
bo on the first Monday in April of each
and every your, at said stockholders
meeTing the directors of this corpora
tion shall bo elected, and at said direct
ors meeting tho oflicers of this corpora
tion shall be elected, snid first annual
meeting shnll bo on the first Monday
in April, 1008.
The officers of this corporation shall
bo a Piesidont, Vice President, Secretary
and Treasurer, and such minor offices as
tho Bonrd of Directois may from time
to timo deem it expedient to appoint.
The .following directors shall be thu
officers of. this corporation until tho
first Mojuluy in April, 1008, to wit:
Harry E. Kelly, President? John B.
N)Wmnn, Vice Piesident, and John T.
Hondrickson, Secretary and Treasurer.
Tho corporate existence of this com
pany shnll commence on the dny of tho
filing of these Articles of I ncorpo ration
in the office of the County Recorder of
Gila County, Arizona, and a certified
copy thereof with tho Auditor of this
Territory, and shall continuo for tho
period of twenty-five years thereafter.
The by-laws of this corporation shall
be adopted at a meeting of the stock
holders to be held for that purpose as
soon aa practicable after tho signing
of these Articles, nnd tho same may1 be
changed altered or amended at a sje
cinl meeting of the stockholders called
for that purpose by a majority of the
stock, or at any annual meeting thereof.
In Witness Whereof, Wo and each of
us havo hereunto set our hands nnd
seals, this 18th day of February, A. D.
II. E. KELLY (Seal)
J. B. NEWMAN (Seal)
JOHN T. HENDRICKSON (Seal)
S. L. GIBSON ' (Seal)
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
Co.ii n ty of Gila. ss.
Before me, Alice M. Birdsnll, a Nv
tary Public in and for the County of
Gila, in tho Territory of Arizona, on
this dny personally appeared Harry E.
Kelly, Samuol L. Gibson, John B. New
man and John T. Hcndrickson, known
to me to be the jiersons whose names
aro subscribed to the foregoing mstru
mont nnd acknowledged to mo that
thoy signed tho same for tho purposes
and consideration therein expressed.
Given under my hand and heal of
office, this lath dav of February, A. D,
1907. ALICE M. BIRDSALL,
(Seal: Alice M. Birdsalr, Notary Public
Gila County Arizona.)
My commiKSion expires February 9,
Filed and recorded at the request of
II. E. Kelly on tho 20th day of Febru
ary, A. I). 1907, at 45 minutes past 1
o'clock P. M. E. T. STEWART,
By Belle Maldonndo, Deputy Recorder.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
I, E. T. Stewart, County Recorder in
and for the County of Gila, Territory
of Arizona, do hereby certify that tho
above and foregoing contain and con
stitute a full, true and correct copy of
Articles of Incorporation of "Kelly
Realty Company" as tho same appears
of record in my ofhco nv Book 1, Arti
cles of Incorporation, at page 437; that
I have compared, the same with the
original record, and that the same is a
true transcript and of tho whole thero
' Given under my hand and seal of
office this 20th day of February, A. D,
1907. E. T. STEWART,
County Recorder, Gila County, A. T,
By Belle Maldonado, Deputy Recorder.
On Cemetery Gulch
Near Central School Uulljinu
KSS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
Advertisements under this head 10 cents per lino the first Insertion and 0 cents per line each subsequent insertT"
By the month, $1.00 per line. No ad inserted for less than 20 cents. All ads under this head must be paid f0
advance. Discount to regular advertisers. , r '
We havo letters for Q H P; O L O;
E P S and X Y Z.
WANTED A. three or four room house
March 1; will buy some stnnding fur
niture also. J. A. Bordeaux, with F.
WANTED Competent waiters at tho
ROOM WANTED First-class furnished
room in private family by young gen
tleman of good address. Apply at
this office. Ho
WANTED To rent, a tliroo or four
room house furnished. Address P. O.
WANTED Two furnished rooms for
housekeeping. Apply this ollice. 115
WANTED A Job as driver for wagon.
Address Box 020.
WANTED To purchase a span of
horses, weight 1,200. Denver & Globe
M. & S. Co., by J. II. Lucas. Ill
WANTED By quiet couple, two rooms
furnished for housekeeping; North
Globo preterrcd. Address W. J,, care
Silver Belt. . 110
WANTED To buy two lots together
on Pascoo hill; will pay reasonable
price. Address nt once, P. O. Box
9SC, City. 11(5
A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING
Huntzinger's photographs are the
See Mack and Jim at the Wcugc aa
Money to loan on good security. Ad'
dress W., Box 971, city.
If you want something extra nice in
wall paper, got to Ryan's.
We receive Kansas poultry twice a
week. Globe Meat Market.
First-class work at bed rock prices.
Buxton & Merritt, tho painters.
How was the Dime! Fincl Fine.
Reflections of a Bachelor
The way to flatter a woman is not to
compliment some other.
If a man keeps his friends it's a sign
they don't see much of him.
Tho nicest thing about a woman is the
way she believes a man when she
knows ho isn't to be behoved.
If somebody has to do the carving in
heaven, how docs he keep from having
wicked thoughts about it? New ork
Bread, cakes and pies delivered to
any part of tpwn by tho Star Bakery.
Choice cut flowers, direct from the
hothouse. Call at Western Union office.
Anything in tho way of mixed drinks
can always be had at McDonough's.
Decorate Your Home
Go to Ryan's for a varied assortment
of wall paper.
No Kneo Breeches for Us
"You see," said Mr. Simpson, editor
of the American Gentleman, "trousers
aro trousers, and there aro no new ideas
possible in them. Wo'vc had the baggy
trousers and the pegtop.. The normal
has been attained and we'ro going to
stick to it.
"Knee breechesf Oh, my, no! You
will never see them in America not
even for evening dress. The trouble is
tlifit tho modern city man is too spindle
shanked and knock-kneed to wear them
with distinction. And it's not only the
city man's legs that arc deteriorating
in grace nnd strength. It's a well
known fact among tailors that tho man
of today is physically inferior to his
grandfather. Its the extension of tran
sit facilities and elevator servico that
is ruining him. Nowadays, if a man has
any flesh, it's under his waistband."
New York Times.
Try our sausage, the very finest in
quality. Globo Meat Markot.
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SUROEQNS
Office Rooms, 5-7-0 Trust Building
Office Phone Main 1841
Residence, Dominion Hotel
H. C: Hopkins
U. S. MINERAL
Room 12, Globe Building
Let the Baker Do the WorkI
THE WAGON WILL CALL AT YOUR
HOME- WITH A FULL LINE OF
BREAD, PIES AND PASTRY.
LET THE BAKES DO THJB WORK
COLLIER'S Costumes to rent.
FOR RENT An unfurnished room,
East Globe. Apply Treasurer's office.
FOR RENT Furnished room with bath
for ono or two gentlemen on Nob hill.
Inquiro Silver Belt.
TO RENT Furnished room in prlvatt
family. Phone 1391. Mrs. J. Har
vey Harris, Sout hllill street.
FOR RENT Desirable furnished rooms.
Inquire of Mrs. L. G. Coombs, Ball
ground, back of South Sido school.
TO RENT Nicely furnished room to
.a lady. Apply fourth house left of
Bridge, Hill street.
FOR SALE Two horses, covered wag
on, ramping outfit, pack aud riding
saddle. Cull at" tho O. K. feed yard.
FOR SALE Large steel range and hot
water tank. Mrs. J. Harvey Harris.
Hill street opposite South schoolhouse.
FOR SALE Fivo room furnished house,
close in, Address Lock Box -173. 117
FOR SALE Five-room house,N price
$8!0; easy terms and only $200 down.
Apply room 28, Trust building. 143
FOR SALE Fruit and ornamental
trees at Russell's feed yard, north of
Bankers Garden. 115
Get in out of the dust and drink the
biggest beer in town at the Wedge.
"Mr. Hankinson," asked innocent
little Tommy, who was entertaining the
young man in the parlor while his sis'
ter, upstairs, was putting the finishing
touches on her complexion, "why don't
you wear the kind of plug hat Mr.
Simmons docs when he comes here!"
"What is tho matter with my plug
hat, Tommy 1" inquired Mr. Hankinson
with a large, genial smile.
"Ilis'n will straighten out again
when I sit down on it," answered tho
inuoccut little boy, edging his way to
ward the door, "and yours won't."
The Chicago Tribune.
Parties wanting brick can have their
wants promptly supplied by leaving
their orders at tho office of
GIBSON & HENDERSON,
Mines and Stock Exchange, Globe, Ariz.
If germs do lurk
On every lip, r
To give the kissing
Man the grip,
Where is the "man
Who'd care to bo
Griplcss through all.
Why, such a man
Is but a worm!
True men will cry,
"Bring on your germ!"
Choice beef, pasture fed and the fin
est to bo had anywhere. Globe Meat
I wonder what tho angels must be
thiiikin' in tho blue
Of thft-foll;s that think plain growl in'
is jest all they've got to dot
If the echo of it rises over whirlin'
suns and moons,
It sure must give some sadness to their
Choice cut. flowers and plants ."direct
from California by fast express" at W.
U. telegraph office. Orders taken.
Tho finest lino of wall papers ever
shown in Globe. Buxton & Merritt.
Tho Globo Steam Iaupdry is now in
full operation and prepared to do all
kinds of laundry work promptly and
satisfactorily. Orders receivo prompt
attention. Work called for and deliv
ered in any part of tho city.
G. BOUSE, Proprietor.
Franz Lumber Co.
Lumber, door, windows, paints,
oils, varnishes and ceirierit. All
kinds of builders material
Sole Agents for Douglas Cement
Yards located on Railroad Street one block
west of the Court House,
i , f-'f f , .,- v
pantry and cellar, opposite tn, '
tral school. Apply to Jamc R if
Best View of Globe, M
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fnrn it ii ta nr K. Tfollno.- . 1
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Uence. Uome soon.
x jb, iaxujxi ou iujr piupeny include
tents, furniture and (Wi.. N
quick. Mrs. Phil Ward, h. W"B
FOR" SALE One white enamel W k
eluding springs, in first .,, ,.
tion. The J. B. Allen resi
door north Arizona steam
LOST AND FOUND
L03T One Elks' charm, a mounted a
tooth, initials J. A. T , I jge
31(5. Reward of $5 if reto ,1PJ t'1
A. Tully, McDonough's a u .
T.OKT A tratrh Miarm TT .r .
. ... ul v
graved on ono side, G. B. J ,B uu
Hiui-. r inner pii-aM: reiurn i u.
vii(i ai rvinney nouse. ,,
STOLEN A black horse, white r,
forehead, wire cut on lef' (ma
above ankle, weight l,in iKz
Jtcwaru 01 yz.y ior return of ..rwil
I r. . "n
uuiiviciiun 01 imei. 11. i. .i
i duj i, uiuue, Ariz. I
LOST Lady's gold watch and (ob,v
i tween Will Shanley's ami ic t,
! livery barn; reward. Telej.n .ne o j,
Take the family to the Dune
, Go to Buxton & Merritt for (ho n,s I
line of wall paper and house ilecn
tions of every description.
Just received a carload of tte tc
latest designs in wall paper lmgu o!
1907. Buxton & Merritt.
Dorchester Bourbon, fine gooth, ijj
and just the thing for what a Is tr
Take the time to go to the Dime.
"The soubrette," annoumml ut
leading lady, "is engaged to t he est-
"Huh!" exclaimed the hraw rl
Iain, "I suppose she wants a iiusli
that she can wind around her finger.
Is one of Globe's oldest and lK
known cafes; everything first class o
lm line. Call and be convinced
, "Live and let live." Union Cssi
Market, C. Musgrave, proprietor
Fine fresh Kansas pork. Globe Mm
Go to Huntzinger's Art Parlors tt
morrow and have those photographs ti
ken you have been promising tob
friends. Back of Miners' Union hall
Stage to Gibson Mine
Stage will leave each Monday, VM
nesday and Friday mornings at 9:50 1
m., from Barclay & Higdon 's corral
O. Washington Discovered
Once a Scotsman was visiting N
York and coming across a statu '
Washington stood looking at it
Just then a Yankee came up
said to Sandy: "There's a good nJl
A Ho never passedhis lips."
"No," said the Scotsman, ' I r
pose he talked through, his nose lik tb
rest ot you." -
Go to Ryan's
wnen you want magazines, conmi-
ery, books, stationery, ammunition v.
graphophone reconls. ' Souvenir p
Choice hams and bacon, none fior
Globe Meat Market.
Huntzinger, the artist, is back in o
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FOR SALE Three room
W, R. NORTON Architect
Room 12, Globe Building