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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
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Address to the Jurors
We have a number of bargains in houses
I We have unlimited facilities for supplying
your wants in our line. .
We collect Rents for you whether you live in
town or elsewhere.
We write Insurance in the best and leading Fire
If your policy of insurance is signed by
Phillipson & Hagen it is alright.
We loan money.
WE GUARANTEE A SQUARE DEAL.
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
O. D. Wright has gone to Goronimo on
V. M. Willis is confined to his homo
with n bail attack of pleurisy.
P. R. Cranilall, deputy internal rov
enue collector, left yesterday for Mo
renci and Clifton.
C. W. Parsons, representing tho pa
cific Hardware" & Steel company, has
'-.gone to Clifton.
W. K. Morrison of the Crane com
pany of Los Angeles left for Clifton
L. J. Fay, assistant engineer on tho
0. V. 0. & N., left yesterday for Cutter
tqest the new well there.
Miss McGeo will be a visitor with
friends in Indian Hot Springs for n
J. D. Rollins, in the employ of tho
Gila Valley's roundhouse here, will bo
at Safford for the next two days visit
Miss Bella Curti3, who has been visit
ing Mrs. A. E. Packer for the last two
months at North Globe, returned yester
day morning to Eden.
W. H. Berteaux, after persuasively
disposing of some boxes of Pearline in
this Spotless Town, hied himself to
Clifton yesterday morning.
Mrs. Andrew C. Alexander roturned
to Indian Hot Springs yesterday, ac
companied by Miss Barnetta Norton of
Cedar Springs ranch.
Miss Gusta Marks &f Superior is vis
iting her brother, Garnett Marks, and
wife. Miss Mqrks made tho trip ou
Jurigo John I. Mullins of Denver, who
has been spending several days in the
city on mining business, leaves this
morning for tho coast.
The masquerade ball at Dreamland
last night was a success, thcro being
215 dancers on tho floor. Prizes were
given for tho most attractive costumes.
Attorney F. J. Elliott leaves this
morning for Phoenix on business in the
United States land odice. Ho will ro
turn Monday evening.
J. M. Trayer and W. L-. Marcy, min
ing engineers, returned to Tucson yes
terday after spending some time in the
Mrs. Robert Pringle wont down to
Bowiu yesterday morning to meet Nor
man Lewis, who is on tho way from
Philadelphia to mako his homo with the
He v. S. J. Ifogers, superintendent of
Methodist missions, is expected to ar
rivo in tho city this evening and preach
at the morning and evening sorvicos
in St. Paul's M. E. church.
Louis A. Wright, a well known min
ing engineer who makes his headquar
ters in New York, arrived in tho city
last evening to spend a few days. Ho
is interested in tho Alsdorf properties.
Attorney R. E. Morrison will lenvo
this morning for his homo at Prcscott
after spending a few days in the city
attending to his duties as general coun
sel for tho Mitchell Mining company.
Judge Mullins Says It Beats
any Mining Camp in State
"Everything in Globe and around
Globe looks mighty good to me," said
Judge John I. Mullins of Denver, who
is in Globe, on mining business. "It's
a little bit slangy to express it that
way, but it's correct nevertheless. I've
been around hero for several days and
what impresses mo so much is tho sub
stantial character of the town. You
know I'm from Colorado, the homo of
mining camps, and while I'm not a
knocker, I've got to take my hat oft to
Globe. You can beat any mining camp
we've got. Tho character of your busi
ness blocks and fine residences gives
the town n permanency that is bound
to make it one of the lending towns of
Arizona. I won't attempt to comment
oft your mining resources. They are
marvelous. The plant of tho Old Do
minion is a model.
"I see that tho Arizona Silver Belt
is advocating tho formntion of a cham
ber of commerce. This is a very im
portant organization in my opinion in
this stage of Globe's development. You
ought not to 'hide your light under a
bushel,' and united action under an or
ganization is the proper thing. I be
lieve in boosting, and you have some
thing hero worth boosting."
tludge Mullins is the president of tho
Apache Consolidated Mining company
and has been spending some days here
in tho interests of that company. While
he was not disposed to give details lie
promises that extonsive development
will bo begun on theso properties within
tho next sixty days. Tho judge is a
newspaper man and a member of the
Denver Press club, noted as ono of tho
greatest organizations of newspaper
men in tho country. Last summer tho
Denver club entertained tho interna
tional association in a manner never
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DEATH OF MRS. FRANK
Now Banker at Safford
Word was rccoived hero yesterday
that tho home of J. N. Bobinson, vice
president of the Bank of Safford, hnd
been gladdened by tho arrival of a
young son who will celebrato his birth
days with tho fathor of his country.
The report stated that mother and son
were doing splendidly.
Head the Silver Belt Ahvavs up to
Mrs. Frank Sieglitz passed away yes
torday afternoon at 3 o'clock from tho
offeets of blood poisoning, leaving a
two-wceks-ohl infnnt child. The death
of Mra. Sieglitz is especially sad as
she was thought to have been improv
ing, her mother leaving a few days ago
for her homo in the Aravaipa country,
assured of her daughter's recovery. No
arrangements havo as yet beon made
for tho funeral.
Mrs. Sieglitz was formerly .Miss Alma
Haboy and sho was married to Mr. Sieg
litz, who is ono of the proprietors of
tho Monarch clothing store, not two
years ago. Bcsido her husband and
child sho leaves a sisior, Miss Bortio
Haboy, nnd a brother Leo, both of
whom aro in Globe. Miss Haboy camo
hero several weeks ago from tho normal
at Tempo to visit with her sister.
Tho death of Mrs. Sieglitz is sin
ceroly regretted as she was a young
woman of fine character and many
friends, all of whom will mourn hor un
Catch tho combination 10CG-999-341.
Professor Knox of tho Montal Scienco
college of Seattle, Wash., will dolivcr
lectures at Dreamland tomorrow after
noon and evening. There will bo skat
ing this evening.
Finest Hostelry in tKe Southwest
80 Rooms-All Modern Conven
iences and the Best of Service.
HEARST FOR ALL
Weeps as He Tells Investigat
ing Committee of Political
By Associated Press.
AUSTIN, Texas, Fobrunry 22. Tho
houso committeo voted to closo the
Bailey investigation Friday aftoinoon,
but thoro was u deadlock in the sonato
committeo. Tho houso committeo .d
journed until Saturday morning. Bailoy
mndo his closing stntemont during the
afternoon, in which ho said tho investi
gntion was the result of n political con
spiracy for which ho charged that
Hearst was responsible. Bailey char
acterizes tho charges as brought by
Representative Cocke as boing calumny.
Ho wept as ho told of alleged persecu
tions by his political enemies. He
claimed that President Sam Houston
hud beon persecuted nnd that Stephen
F. Austin had beou drivon into retire
ment by tho porsocutions jot political
enemies in Texas. Present indications
nro that tho investigation will be trans
ferred to tho floor of tho legislature
Globe's Now Church
The stonework of St. John's hand
some Episcopal church building is about
to bo discontinued, leaving the tower in
an unfinished condition. So far the
cost of building nnd materials is over
$o,000. Work on tho roof will be com
menced in tho near future nnd tho
flooring and plastering of tho building
will follow with as littlo delay as poB
sible. Jte-v. George Solby thankfully
acknowledges tho timely aid extended
to him by some of tho people of Globe
Subscribo for tho Daily Silvor Bolt.
Cloudy and Rain
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, February 22. Fore
cast for Arizona: Cloudy and probably
showros Saturday or Sunday.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, Fifth Ju
dicial District, Territory of Arizona,
In and for tho County of Gila.
George H. Smallcy Plaintiff, vs. B. II.
Action brought in the District Court
of tho Fifth Judicial District .of the
Territory of Arizona, in nnd for tho
County of Gila, and tho Complniut filed
in said County of Gila, in tho office of
the clerk of said District Court
Tho Territory of Arizona sends greet
ing to 11. II. Bose, Defondaut:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to appear in an action brought
against you by tho above named Plxin
tiff, in tho District Court of the Fifth
Judicial District of tho Territory of
Arizona, in and -for tho County of Gila,
and answer tho complaint filed with the
Clerk of this Court at Globe, in said
county, (a copy of which complaint ac
companies this Summons), within twon
ty days, (exclusive of the day of sor
vico) after tho service upon you of this
Summons if served in this county, in
all other cases thirty days or judg
ment by default will be taken against
you according to tho prayer of said
And you are hereby notified, that if
you fail to appear and answer the said
complaint, as above required, tho said
Plaintiff will npply to the Court for the
relief therein demanded and for costs
and disbursmenets in this behalf ex
Given under my hand and tho Scnl
of tho District Court of tho Fifth Ju
dicial District of tho Territory of Ari
zona, in and for tho County of Gila,
this 24th day of January, A. D. 1007.
(Seal) CHAS. T.JJAItTIN,
First publication January 27, 1907.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE OF MIN
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
To tho Estate of W. W. Dickinson, Do
ceased, His Heirs and Assigns:
You and each of you aro hereby noti
fled that we, William Holloway and E.
W. Loighton, havo expended Ono Hun
drcd Dollars in the year A. D. 1905 and
Ono Hundred Dollars in Mid year A. D.
1900, in labor and improvements on
tho Black-tail Mining Claim, nnd have
exponded Ono Hundred Dollars in labor
and improvements on tho Colleon Bawn
Mining Claim in A. D. 1905 and One
Hundred Dollars in labor and improve
ments upon said claim in A. D. 190G,
each mining claim boing located at
Dripping Springs Mining District, Gila
County, Territory of Arizona, as will
appear by Certificate filed A. D. Novem
ber 27, 1900, and October 31, 1900, in
the Office of tho County Becordor, Gila
County, Torritory of Arizona, in order
to hold said premises under tho provi
sions of Section 2324 Revised Statutes
of tho United States, boing tho amount
to hold tho same said promises for tho
years A. D. 1905 and 1900. And if
within 90 days after tho notice of this
publication you fail or refuse to con
tribute your proportion of such oxpendi
turo as co-owners your interest in each
of tho said claims will become the prop
erty of the subscribers horoto under
said Section 2324.
Witness our hands and seals this 2nd
day of Fobruary, A. D. 1907.
W. HOLLOWAY, L.S.
4 30 E. W. LEIGHTON. L.S.
APPLICATION FOR GRAZING PER-
AQTS: Notice is horeby givon that all
applications for permits to graze cut
tle, horses, burros, goats and sheep with
in the Tonto Forest Reservo during tho
season of 1907 must bo filed in my office
at Roosovelt, Ariz., on or before Febru
ary 20, 1907. Full information in re
gard to tho grazing fees to bo charged
and blank forms to bo used in making
application will bo furnished upon re
quest. W. II. REED, Supervisor.
First publication January 27, 1907.
Read the Silver Belt Always up to
Try Doxtor Bourbon if you want
somothing oxtrn fine; splendid for med
icinal purposos and as puro a brand as
can bo hud anywhere. Bankers' Gar
GEO. J. STONEMAN
Attorney At Law
Office 'in the Butler Building
GLOBE, - ARIZONA
THE DIME THEATRE
At the Academy
Latest Illustrated Songs and
Most Up-to-Date Moving
Pictures on the Chicago
Film Circuit. A good clean
entertainment for all, both
young and old.
2 performances every even
ing excep Sunday, at 7:30
and 8:30 p. m.
GENERAL ADMISSION 10c
Call once and you call again.
Assay er and Chemist
H. E. BIERCE
Agent for DEMING SMELTER
Anderson & Blake
Fresh Cream and Bir ter
milk in any quantity and
always on hand
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
Railroad Addition Lots for Sale
$25.00 down, balance $12.50 per month
buys a nice level lot 50x100, in Railroad
Addition, street and alleys. Now is the time
for you to take advantage of the best oppor
tunity offered in Greater Globe.
HOUSES SOLD ON INSTALLMENTS. LOTS FOR
SALE IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
We buy, rent, trade, sell, improved and unimproved
property. Lodging houses, boarding houses,
restaurants and business chances.
OUR DEALS ARE STRAIGHT, OUR BARGAINS GOOD.
Home Investment Company
BARCLAY, HIGDON & CO.
Single and Double Teams
Saddle Horses Hay, Grain & Coal
A Specialty made of Fine Livery Rigs
Telephone 171 Globe, Arizona
There is no Breakfast food like it. Ready to cat.
5 cents the package at your grocer.
THE SOLOMON-WICKERSHAM CO.
Special Offerings of the
KELLY REALTY CO.
Business property on Broad street
with iuconio of $300.00 per month.
Choice residence lots, $250.00 and
$300.00; easy terms.
Now four-room cottaffo In East Globe,
lot EOxlOO, CO-foot streets and 20-foot
alleys. $1,350.00, $350.00 cash, balance
Three-room house, small lot, $800.00.
Tiro Insurance written in tho strong
Agents Provident Mutual Building
Loan Association, the company who al
ways havo money to help you build a
home. Offices over Kecgan's.. Phono
KELLY REALTY CO.
On Sunday morning Uov. Georgo Scl
by will preach on "Somo Aspects of the
Coming Naval Display at Hampton
Koails." In tlio evening lje will deliver
n lecture on George Washington. All
nro cordially invited.
The Passion Play will bo presented
nt The Dimo tonight. Everybody should
see this picture. It coiiHists of uuout
2,000 foot of beautiful picture Alms nnd
will bo shown only once.
Phone in your want ads. Main 231.
Try Doxtcr Bourbon if you wnnt
something extra fino; splendid for med
icinnl purposes and as pure n brand us
can be hnd anywhere. Bankers' Garden.
Sewing machines for rent or sale nt
Singer store in Trust building, noxt to
telcgrnph ollice. 141
Tho Globe Lumber Company havo
just received a car of Alscn German
Portland cement. ' 120
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co.
Capital and Surplus, $100,000
L. D. RlCKETTS D. W WlCKERSHAM
A. T. Thomson H. S. VanGorder
C. E. Mills C. A. Kennedy Ph. FREimpv,...
T A. Pasc
I. E. Solomon
All classes or accounts Invited Foreign exchange at lowest rat
W. S. SULTAN
H. T. WAYNP
Deputy U. S. Mineral .Sure,
SULTAN & WAYNE
SURVEYS, ASSAYS, ESTIMATES, REPORTS Opposite P. 0., Glob,
'Tis said the man
Who whispers down the well
About tho goods he has to sell
Will never reap the shining $
Like he that climbs a tree and hollers."
We say that we have the BEST BUTTER, BEST EGGS
BEST COFFEE, BEST BREAD. BEST LARD
BEST CANDY, BEST GROCERIES
And if you doubt any of these statements try us and
Demand your money back
if in any regard we do not make good. OUR PRICES!
are exactly the same as you pay elsewhere
Globe Commercial Co,
CATERERS TO THE PUBLIC
We carry a Full line of Magazines and Newspapers and also recehe
Subscriptions for All Leading publications
NEXT TO POSTOFFICE
G. S. VAN WAGENEN, Globe, Arizona
Subscribe for tho Daily Silver Belt
J. S. SCOTT
Complete line of
Always on hand
North Broad st, Just below GilaViJ
ANYTHING YOU WANT!
Of the quality you want, in the
?uantity you require, is our of
er in Meats and Poultry.
Another offer we propose is
careful handling, cutting and
Still another, lowest selling
price the market will warrant.
With such a combination,
proved by years of square
dealing, ought we not to nave
your trade? i
Pioneer Meat Co.
Finest rooms in the city.
Everything new, rates
reasonable and speclil
inducements offered to
by the month
Silver Belt Want Ads. bring ressiu.
J. P. McNeil
Moore's Merritt Steel Range
Excelsior Steel Range
Stuart Steel Range
ALSO COOK STOVES OF
You have heard of the Famous
Always look at the label before
purchasing. We have them.
Big Assortment of Mission Style
Furniture Ranging in Price from
the cheapest to the Most Costly
. If you want a Rooming House Furnished
Let us give you a price.
A clean entertainment nt the Dime.
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