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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Saturday, February 23, J
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ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
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Advertising rates made- known on ap-
A big tin mine has been discovered
near Phoenix, says a paper of that city.
ffhc 'legislature should be investigated
and at once.
WILL DRILL TUNNEL AT
RATE OF TEN FEET AN HOUR
Governor Kibboy insists in Weodin
out the mine tax bills which, in the
words of tho executive, arc "wholly
vicious." Sounds like a mad dog.
A Kalamazoo, Mich., woman had her
infant daughter christened Kvolyn Ncs
bit against tho wishes of the father.
The only way tho lattor can get oven
is to name tho noxt one llarrv Thaw,
Just think, if Congressman Tnwnoy
,had stayed with Arizona in hor fight
against statehood, ho would not have
been able to get up in tho houso Thurs
day and warn his colleagues to cease
A justice court jury in Tucson ac
quitted a mining man of gun toting
because ho forgot that lie was in the
pity limits. If a man would have givon
this excuse to a Globo jury ho would
have been sent to Yuma for life.
Correspondents of an Albuquerque
paper havo been denied tho floor and
galleries of tho New Mexico lower houso
because members of that body had been
"wilfully misrepresented" by the pa
per. They can't take a joke ovor in
-Phoenix had a waitress striko a few
days ago which threatened to put tho
. leghlature out of tho public eyo for
a short time. But men (!) were soon
secured to fill the places .of tho girls,
who had struck for a ten-hour day in
stead of a twelve-hour day.
It is said that the would-bo city
"busters" have a paid lobbyist in
Phoenix trying to prevent tho legisla
ture from passing the bill introduced
by, Councilman JIunt to validate tho in
corporation of Globe. Owing to the
element which he represents, tho lobby
ist will have his hands full, trying to
convince intelligent men that Globe is
tbetter off without self government.
HIGHER SALARIES NEEDED
The letter carriers of Butte, Mont.,
resigned in a body, because tho wages
paid were lower than thoso paid in the
mines. The department refused to ac
cept tho resignations, and tho matter
is still unsettled. The postmaster says
ho will have to have as many more
clerks as there were carriers previously,
in order to care for the business of the
office. The pay of carriers is limited by
law in offices of the class to which Butto
belongs, to $850 a year, which is below
tho compensation for ordinary labor in
that high priced, thoroughly unionized
The samp problem is mot with almost
every,whero in tho west. In the El Paso
postoflico there is constant changing
about, owing to experienced men leav
ing for better paying positions with pri
vato concerns. Tho city of Douglas,
Ariz., was promised free dolivory ser
vice long ago, but tho service has not
been inaugurated, becjiuso carriers can
not be had at tho low wages allowed
under tho law to offices of that class.
It is hard to see how one rate could
be made ior tho east and another for
the west, yet tho law of supply and de
mand is all in favor of the cast and
against the west in this matter. Out
here .there are a good many more jobs
than men, while in the east tho roverso
is truo. Here it is hard to hold good
men in any capacity, so easily does tho
young American adapt himself to new
occupations, and so keen is tho competi
tion' ,f6r capable men.
The only way out seems to be to raise
the scale all over tho country, and that
is exactly what will have to bo done if
the standard of public sorvico is to bo
maintained. Tho same thing is truo in
tho railway mail service, whoro the
compensation is much less than that of
railway and express employees of ap
proximately equal grade. The govern
men .service is ordinaiily deemed very
desirablo, even at a lower rato than pri
vate employment, because of tho com
parafive certainty of tenure and tho nh.
solut'd certainty of regular pay. But
wages will havo to approximate privato
ratesju the same locality if tho gov
ernment is to command tho best class of
labor.-El Paso Herald.
A machino which is oxpootod to rovo
lutionizo tho driving . of tunnels for
either mining or railroad construction
is tho drilling machino of the Utah
KuniR Tunneling Machine company of
Salt Lake City, the president of which
is n brother of George Belcher of this
city. Speaking of what tho machino
will accomplish and what it consists
of tho Salt Lako Tribune says:
Tho details of tho machino now bo
ing assombled in Cleveland are very
interesting, and tho machino is tho larg-J
est ovor attempted by tlio company. Jit
is anticipated most confidently that it
will bo more successful than tho smaller
machines heretofore triod, owing to tho
creator clearance This will enable tho.
muck to bo disposed of more readily,
rolioving tho whool from pushing
against its own work already aocom
pHskod. Tito wheel is oightoon foot in
diamoter. Its weight is twonty-threo
tons, the shaft weighs thirty tons, tho
carriage sixty tons, and tho cutters
weigh four tons. Tho total weight of
tlio machino is 110 tons ,and it will take
fivo freight cars to transport it froni
tho factory to tho mountain which it
is to pierce.
Thero are 1G0 sots of cutters on tho
wheel and tho numbor of drill points
equals 4,000. It will take 14,000 cubic
feet of free air per minute to operate
this machine, requiring boilers sufficient
to gonernto 1,200 horse power. Tlio
machine will striko a 03,000-pound blow,
having an eight-inch stroke, with 150
strokes per minuto. Tho wheel, weigh
ing twonty-throo tons, and tho shaft,
woighing thirty tons, of which tho rapid
action is required, is ball-bearing, dis
tributed as follows: Under tho rim of
the wheel thero aro forty six-inch.l)alls,
each riding on sovonty-flvo one-inch
balls, and in tho carriage there arc
twenty-eight six-inch balls, fourteen be
ing in tho front of the carriage and
fourteen in tho rear. Tho distribution
of weight allows only fifty-four pounds
pressure on each of tho one-inch balls,
which has a capacity of sixty tons of
dead woight boforo bronking.
Presidont Belcher stated that the
railroad engineers who inspoctod the
machine expressed comploto confidence
iu its power, and ono was willing to
wngor that it would drive tho tunnol
at tho rato of ton feet an hour. The
machine will bo dismantled and in read
iness for use in thrco months and its
work will bo watched with intense inter
est all over tho country.
Reflections of a Bachelor
"What do they do in hoavon to kcop
tho moths out of tho clothes you don't
When a man tolls how little coal his
furnace burns ho never learned what
thov taught him at Sunday school.
If tho government has a surplus the
average citizen imagines it couldn't
happen if he weren't bo sound in his
Tho funniest thing is after you have
kissed a girl she will tell you the next
day you didn't because nobody over
It's awful hard ior a woman to be
lievo that she doesnjt save money by
spending 5 cents twice for things in
stead of spending 10 cents all at once
for twice as much. New York Press.
On and after March 1, 1007, the un
dersigned banks of Globe will close at
3 o'clock excepting on Saturdays, when
they will close at 1 o'clock p. m.
THE GLOBE NATIONAL BANK,
A. G. Smith, Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GLdBE,
ARIZ., S. F. Sullenberger, Cashier.
THE GILA VALLEY BANK AND
TRUST CO., J. M. Hard, Asst. Cshr.
OLD DOMINION COMMERCIAL CO.
A. T. Hammons, Cashier...
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 233.
United States Land Office, Phoenix,
Arizona, February 10, 1907. Notice is
hereby given that E. A. Wayne, of
Globe, Arizona, as attorney in fact for
tho Globo-Boston Copper Mining Com
pany, has mado application for patent
to tho Sllvdr Star and Eastern Star lode
mining claims, Survoy No. 2324, situ
ated in the Globo Mining District, Gila
County, iu Sec. 13, Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E.,
0..& S. R. B. & M., described as fol
lows: Silver Star Beginning at Cor.
No. 1, whence tho N. E. Cor. of Sop.
13, Tp. 1 N., B. 15 E., G. & S. R. B. &
M., boars N. 78 deg. 42 min. E. 2000.4
feet; thence S. 40 deg. 4 min. W. 1416.3
feet to Cor. No. 2; thence N. 51 dog.
20 min. W. COO feet to Cor. No. 3;
thence N. 40 deg. 4 min. E. 1410.3 feet
lo Cor. No. 1; thence S. 51 deg. 20 min.
K. (i()0 feet to Cor. No. 1, tho place of
beginning. Conflict with the Pinal lode
claim, Survoy No. 819, containing .136
acre, is excluded. Eastorn Star Begin
ning at Cor. No. 1, whence tho N. E.
Cor. of Sec. 13, Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E., G.
Si S. K. B. & M., bears N. 64 deg. 30
min. E. 1751.7 ieot; thonco 8. 39 deg.
30 min. W. 1416.1 feet to Cor. No. 2;
thenco N. 51 tleg. 20 min. W. 573.3 feet
to Cor. No. 3; thenco N. 40 deg. 4 min.
E. 1410.3 foot to Cor. No. 4; thonco S.
51 deg. 26 min. E. 561.9 foot to Cor. No.
1, the place of beginning. Conflict with
tho Pinal lode claim, survoy No. 819,
containing .238 acre, is excluded. Loca
tion notices are recorded in RecordB of
Mines, County Recorder's office, Gila
County, as follows: Silvor Star. Book
3, page 556, amended, Book 3, page.
557, amended, Book 8, page 301; East
ern Star, original, Book 3, pago 556,
amended, Book 8, pago 365. Adjoining
and conflicting claims, as shown by tho
plat of survey, are unknown claim and
the Hcchtmau and Gill on the northeast,
Garrett on the southeast, Satisfaction,
Pinal and Barnoy on the southwest, and
an unKnown claim on the northwest
MILTON R. MOORE, Register.
Pirst publication February 23, 1907.
of Arizona, and wo horoby cortify, ac
knowlodgo and ndopt tho following Ar
tiolos of Incorporation:
Tho names of tho corporators of this
compnny are: nnrry E. Kelly, Samuel
L. Gibson, John B. Newman and John T.
Tho namo of this corporation is, and
shall bo, KELLY REALTY COMPANY.
Tho location of its principal placo of
business in tho Territory of Arizona,
jdinll bolu tho" city of Globo, Gila
Tho general naturo of the business
proposed to bo transacted by the cor
poration is as follows:
To carry on a gonoral abstract, titlo
iusuomeo and trust business.
To insuro, wnrrant and guarantee ti
tles; to furnish comploto abstracts of
titlo to every kind and character of
property in tho County of Gila, Terri
tory of Arizona, and to issue certifi
cates of titlo thereon; to acquire by
purchase, or otherwise, abstracts, ag
stract books, systems and indices, cop
ies, briefs and indices, of all public rec
ords within the said County; to make,
preparo and comploto abstracts and
copies of all instruments, notices, judg
ments and decrees affecting the title to
real estate or personal property within
said County, and to entor the same into
appropriate abstract books, systems and
indices; and to prepare, make and issuo
trustworthy certificates, policies and
abstracts of title for customers, and
to roceivo and collect compensation
To accept and oxocute trusts of any
and ovory nature; to attend, in legal
manner, to tho management and settle
ment of estates, guardianship, assign
ments, rccoivorshipa, and other trusts,
whether under nppointmont of courts or
otherwise; to act as trustee, executor,
administrator, and guardian of estates;
to net as pledge hoider, escrow holder,
attorney iu fnct, receiver, broker,
agout, trustco, and dopository; to issue
and sell dobonturo bonds, secured by
mortgages on real property, or other
wise secured; to receive on deposit, or
otherwise, monies, gold, silver, bullion,
stocks, bonds, notes, mortgages and ovi
dencos of indebtedness, for tho use and
benefit of depositors, and to receipt
thorcfor; to buy, sell, discount, guaran
tee and doal in stocks, bonds, notes,
mortgages, nogotiablo instruments, and
evidences of indebtedness, whethor of
persons or corporations, and to make,
execute and porfoct such contracts,
agreements, certificates, policies and
othor instruments as may bo required
therefor; to act as roal estate, stock, firo
and lifo insurnnco broker; to act as
agent and broker for the salo and pur
chase of real estate, personal property,
stocks, promissory notes and other evi
dences of indebtedness; to borrow and
loan money on real estate, personal or
collateral security, and to negotiato
loans for customors; to purchase, hold,
own, sell, mortgage and convoy real es
tate, mines and mining claims; and to
act as agent for fire and lifo 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 be subject shall in no case exceed
two-thirds of the "amount of its capital
Tho stockholders private property
shall bo exempt from all liability for
corporate debts of any kind.
The amount of tho capital stock of
this corporation shall be Fifty Thou
sand ($50,000.00) Dollars, divided into
Fifty Thousand (50,000) shares of tho
par value of One ($1.00) Dollar each,
to be fully paid, in cash or property,
when issued and non-assessablo there
Tho corporate powers of this com
pany and tho conduct of tho affairs
thereof shall bo vested in a Board of
Directors composed of not less than four
(4) persons, who shall bo stockholders,
tho first directors shall bo, Ilnrry E.
Kelly, Samuel L, Gibson, John B. Now
man and John T. Hendrickson, who
shall hold odico until tho first Monday
in April, 1908, nnd until tho election
and qualification of their successors.
Tho annual meeting of the stockholders
nnd directors of this corporation slnll
bo on tho first Monday in April of oach
and ovory year, at said stockholders
meeting the directors of this corpora
tion shall bo olected, and at said direct
ors meeting tho ofllcors of this corpora
tion shall bo elected, said first annual
mooting shall bo on tho .first Monday
in April, 1908.
The officers of this corporation shall
be a President, Vice President, Secretary
and Treasurer, and such minor offices as
tho Board of Directors may from timo
to timo deem it expedient to appoint.
Tho following directors shall be tho
officers of this corporation until tho
first Monday in April, 1908, to wit;
Harry E. K.Wly, President, John B.
Newman, Vico President, and John T.
Hendrickson, 'doeietary and Treasurer.
Tho corporate existence of this com
pany ahall commence on tho duy of tho
filing of these Articles of Incorporation
iu the offico of the County Recorder of
Gila County, Arizona, and a certified
copy thereof with tho Auditor of this
Territory, and shall continue for tho
period of twenty-fivo years thereafter.
The by-laws of this corporation hu)l
be adopted at a meeting of tho stock
holders to be held for that purpose us
soon as practicable after tho signing
of these Articles, nnd tho same may be
phangdn' altered or amended at a spe
cial meeting of the stockholders called
for that purposo 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 ami
seals, this 18th day of February, A. D.
H. E. KELLY (Seal)
J. B. NEWMAN (Seal)
JOHN T. HENDRICKSON (Seal j
S. L. GIBSON (Seal)
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
Before me, Alice M. Dirdstill, a No
tary Public in and for the County of
Gila, in the Territory of Arizona, on
this day personally appeared Harry E.
Kelly, Samuel L. Gibson, John B. New
man and John T. Hendrickson, known
to mo to be the persons whoso names
aro subscribed to the foregoing instru
ment and acknowledged to mo that
they signed tlio sumo for the purposes
and consideration therein expressed.
Given under my hand and seal of
office, this 18th day of February, A. D.
19Q7. ALICE M. BIRDSALL,
(Seal: Alico M. BirdsaH, Notary Public
Gila County Arizona.) '
My commisiou expires February 9,
Filed and recorded at the request of
H. E. Kelly on the 20th day of Febru
ary, A. I). 1907, at 45 minutes past 1
o'clock P. M. E. T. STEWART,
(Seal) County Recorder.
By Belle Maldouado, 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
abovo and foregoing contain and con
stituto a full, true and correct copy of
Articles of IncortK) ration of "Kelly
Really Company" as tho same appears
of record in -my offico in Book 1, Arti
cles of Incorporation, at page 437; that
I have compared the same with tho
original record, and that the same is a
true transcript and of the whole there
of. Given under my hand and seal of
office this 20th day of February, A. D.
1907. E. T. STEWART, (Seal)
County Recorder, Gila County, A. T.
By Bcllo Maldonado, Deputy Recorder.
i . V l I
raSff CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT
Advertisements under this head 10 cents per line the first insertion and 6 ceats per line each subsequent icT
By the month, $1.00 por line. No ad inserted for less .than 20 cents. All ads under this head must be paid
advance. Discount to regular advertisers. 'i
WANTED Competent waiters at the
ROOM WANTED First-class furnished
room in private family by young gen
tleman of good address. Apply at
this office. , 115
WANTED Two furnished rooms for
housekeeping. Apply this office. 115
WANTED By quiet couple, two rooms
furnished for housekeeping; North
Globe preferred. Address W. J., care
Silver Belt. 116
WANTED To buy two lots together
on P'ascoo hill; will pay reasonable
pripc. Address at once, P. O., Box
980, City. HO
WANTED All-around man for lunch
counter. Address A. B. C, this of
We have letters for O H P; O L C;
E P S and X Y Z.
FOR SALE Two horses, covered wag
on, camping outfit, pack and riding
saddle. Cajl at the O. K. feed yard.
FOR SALE Five-room furnished house,
close iu. Address Lock Box 175. 117
FOR SALE Five-room house, price
$850; 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
llanbn.ti f3.ivlfiM 111
...... ...v.o viv.i. IW --, . . S.H
vuluxiiib o iosiumes lo rent fl
FOR SALE Horse, harness, surrey; -.
nso quantity of second-hand lumber.;'"" -" " lunaa,
See J. S. Towle. tf "!" " ,:' " "omHlB
LTUiiiifi. iirit'K in ruiiirn s,.i -h
LOST AND FOUND
m in a., m
LOST Lady's gold watch
fnrnnn Will Ql.onl..f - .
.vi,V-- .. uua..r, m n,i.l .1
livqry barn; reward. , Teleph '1
FOUND Watch and chain
recover by calling on .1 t
,i..:i.: . ... . ttKH
ui-av.iu.iif; JJ"l'riJf anu pat,.'
iOST OR STOLEN One
pup about three months old-
nnrno r.t "r. 1M . '
no questions asked. Return . M
nio Fitzpatrick at Stag sai
Advertise in the Silver Belt.
SILVER BELT WANT ADS
FOR RENT Three-room house tjj
Globe lumber yaid. (j a. jy
rel's residence, North i ,&e I
A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING
photographs are the
Sep Mack und Jim at the WcMgt tn
Money ro loan on good security,
dress W., Box 971, city.
If you want something extra nice in
wall paper, got to Ryan's.
Up to Him
Gunner Hero comes Gubborly. They
say it is a treat to hear his conversa
tion. Giiycr Yes; he always treats thosp
who will listen to him. He only talks
about the bright things his baby said.
We roceivo Kansas poultry twice a
week. Globe Meat Market.
First-class work at bed rock prices.
Buxton &, Mcrritt, the painters.
How wns the Dime? Finel Fine.
The parlor sofa holds tho twain,
Miranda and her lovesick swain,
But hark! a step upon tho stair,
And papa finds tliem sitting there,
He and she.
Got iu out of the dust and drink tho
biggeht beer in to-n at the Wedge.
Take the family to the Uimj,
Nino ot Account For
Thonins Caterwaul love you better
than my life, my pet.
Kitty M6user (cautiously) Which
one, Tommy dear? Puck.
Parties wanting brick can have theii
wfants promptly supplied by leaving
their orders nt the offico of
GIBSON k HENDERSON,
Mines and Stock Exchango, Globe, Ariz
Occasionally a man and woman fall
in love and get married then fall out.
Choice beef, pasture fed and the fin
csj. to bo had anywhere. Globe Meat
Consistency is a jewel that doesn't
interest the three-ball merchant.
Choice cut flowers and plants direct
from California by fast express, at W.
U. telegraph office. Orders taken.
Bread, cakes and pies delivered to
any part of town by the Star Bakery.
Choice cut flowers, direct from the
hothouse. Call at Western Union office.
MONUMENTAL WORK CmS.DSf ons
IRON FENCING and FINE STONE WORK . .
On Cemetery Gulch
Near Central School HutlJIng
Phono in your want ads. Main 231.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
KELLY REALTY COMPANY
Know All Men by These Presents:
That we, Harry E. Kelly, Samuol L.
Gibson, John B. Newman and John T.
Houdrickson, of Globo, Gila County,
Arizona, nil citizens of tho Uultod
States of Amorica, have this day vol
untarily associated ourselves together
for the purposo of forming a corpora
tion under tho laws of the Territory
Buxton & Merritt
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.
Lincoln on Women's Enfranchisement
When the subject of women's enfrnn-.
chiscment wns scarcely considered wir-
tliy of consideration, Lincoln said:
"I go fpr all sharing in the privileges
of government who assist in beuripg its
burdens, by no means omitting women."
lie wns the first president of the United
States to declare himself publicly and
unequivocally in favor of the participa
tion of women in government. Pictor
Anything in the way ot mixed drinks
can always be had at McDonough'g.
PRICES always RIGHT
Decorate Your Homo
Go to Ryan's for a varied assortment
of wall paper.
Churchill Stopped It
A guest was looking oyer tho register
at the Brown Palace yesterday when ho
wns heard to say: "Well, I'll bo
hanged if that's not about "right."
C. W. McClure,- tho cashier, heard
him and asked: "What's about right!"
"This registration here," said tho
man, "look at it."
On the book was "J. C. Godholp, Chi-
"Chicago certainly neods it," said
the man. McClure smiled. "Iudeed'it
does," ho replied. Then ho noticed the
initials. "What do you supposo this
'J. C stands for!" ho asked.
At this juncture O. II. Churchill, chief
clerk of tho hotel, who teaches a Sun
day school class, stepped up and stopped
tho saciilegions discussion. Denver
Highballs have laid many a man low.
Stage to Gibson Mine
Stage will leave each Monday, Wed
nesday 'and Friday mornings at 9:30 a.
m., from Barclay & Higdon 's corral.
Wealth doesn't bring happiness so
wc havo been told. '
Go to Huntzinger's Art Parlors to
morrow and havo those photographs ta
ken you have been promising your
frienns. Back of Miners Union'hall.
Go to Buxton & Merritt tr
line of wall paper and (.., se
nous oi every description
.Tllfat rt.m vi.il n jinfl.... . .
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latest dCHigns in wall pai- ,jhl.
1907. Buxton & Merritt.
. Dorchester Bourbon, fine goo.i ,
nn.l i'ii.l tl... !..,. . ..... ' '"
uuu ju. u .U.U tUj nuai a;j,i
Tako the time to go to me D
Is one of Globe's oldest atJi
known cafes; everything firat-elnj
bit line. Call and be conwnceJ.
Don't worry about what a tain
done; get a lino on what Iip ts
do. Chicago News.
Go to Ryan's
When you want magazines, cotfeti
ery, books, stationery, ammumuil
grapkopbone records. SomemrjoJ
Choice hams and bacon noae tl
Globe Meat Market.
Huntzinger, the artist, is backs
city and will be ready to plmj
public with the latest styles in VI
Many a widow's heart has been re
warmed by an old flame.
Might doesn't always make right;
but'jt usually makes money.
Fine fresh Kansas pork.
There are many men of manj' minds;
some oven mind their own business.
The finest lino of wall papers ever
shown in Globe. Buxton & Merritt.
Try our sausage, tho very finest in
quality. Globe Meat Market.
Tho beautiful leading lady was in
deep distress. J
"In spite" of all I can "do," she
sobbed, "t fear that I am going stale.
I have lost my diamonds, I have lost
my pearls, my three husbands by di
vorce, my imported bulldog and my au
tomobile. Now, is there anything else
I cun lose that will once more bring mo
before tho limelight f"
Tho manager shrugged his shoulders.
"Yes," he replied coldly, "lose;j-Onr
affectation and learn how to act."
Tho Globe Steam Laundry is now in
full operation and prepared to do all
kinds of laundry work nromntlv nnd
satisfactorily. Orders receive prompt
attention. Work called for and deliv
ered in any part of the city.
G. BOHSE, Proprietor.
The Size of Heads
The average adult head lus a uM
ference of fully twenty-two .cclm. )
average adult hat is fully six andibl
quarters size. The sizes of mea'itl
are six and three-quarters or wl
eighths generalh'. "Seven hated
common in Aberdeen, and the prJ
sors of our colleges generally weiff
eu and one-eighth to eight sizes. &i
wearing hats of the six and tfri
eighths and smaller or being Iwil
twenty-one inches in cireumfereort M
never be powerful. Between nw-l
and twenty inches in ciriumfcsl
heads aro invariably verj neat, J
according to this authoritj, not
siiouut think of marrying a man wa
head less than" twenty iuches in tire
ference." People with heads c
nineteen inches are mentally defe
nnd with heads under eighteen ir
invariably idiotic. Kansas Citj h
"Live and let live." Union 6
Market, C Musgrave, proprietor.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
When a man begins tp sneer at every
thing he has outlived his usefulness.
Estate of AL M. Postlethwaitv
Notice is hereby given bj thetl
signed administrator of the ewl
M. M. Postlethwaite, deceased, t-
ereditors of and all penons br-
claims against tho-said deceased, f
hibit them, with tho necessan ion
within four months after the first?
Heat ion of this notice, to the sail
immstrator. at his residence w
ffilln Pnnntv- Arirnnn tlio S.ll!lt "
'tho nlaco for tho transaction ot
business of said estate in said &
nf fliln P f! MILliH
Administrator of. F-stato of sail f
Dated November 13th. 1900
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DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Ofllco Rooms, 5-7-9 Trust Building
Office Phono Main 1811
Residence, Dominion Hotel
H. C. Hopkins
U. S. MINERAL
Room 12, Globe Building
Room 12, Glib Building
Let the Baker Do the Work!
THE WAGON WILL CALL AT YOUK
HqME.WITH A rULE LINE OP
BREAD, PIES AND PASTRY.
Subtcribe for the Daily Arizona Silver Belt All the new let tkb BAraTBo tjos work
Franz Lumber Co.
Lumber, doors, Windows, paints,
oils, varnishes and cement. All
kinds of builders material
Sole Agents for Douglas Cemenl
Yards located on Railroad Street one block
west ot the Uourt House.
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