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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Tuesday, March 5,
A SQUARE DEAL
FOR SALE: Lots in East Globe Town
site; Two houses and lots on Nob Hill;
Four roomed house and lot, pantry,
closet, up-to-date, A BARGAIN; Houses
and lots all over the city.
Money to Loan
$50,000 in small or large sums as desired
No guesses. No estimates. A guaran
teed positive contract. You don't have
to buy building and loan stock in order
to make a loan here.
PHILLIPSON & HAGEN
Office hours: 8 a. m.t 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
.Mr. V. (!. Sli.'inlcy is reported to In
-vtv ill at her home on Hiuh street.
.MrOriiler of Saffnrd is a business vis
itor in the efty for a few ilnys.
Douglas Gray, the El Paso ore buyer,
arrived in town last evening for a few
days in the district.
Traveling Auditor Harris of the Ran
dolph lines is in the city checking 1
the oiliccs of the 0. V. (.J. Jfc-X.
Harvey Harper of Mesa, who has
been in Globe several days, left yes
terday for home.
Chuck Rogers arrived from Santa
"Monica Sunday after spending a few
weeks at his California home.
Glenn L. Coffee left here this morn
ing for niarilIo, Texas, on business.
He will be gone about ten days.
('. D. Keppy came up last evening
from Safford, where he spent Sunday
with his family.
A. C. Davis, who has been chief clerk
for the Oro Maximo Mining company
in the Cananea district, was an arrival
in the city Sunday evening.
Mrs. Thomas Mitchell and four chil
dren arrived from the coast last even
ing to joint Mr. Mitchell, who reside-,
at the new Mitchell smelter.
D. K. Beaton, who came here a few'
days ago to attend the funeral of his
brother. Malcolm Beaton toft yesterday
for his home in Detroit, Mich.
L. L. Henry, assistant district attor
ney, left yesterday morning for Solo
nionville, where the Baldwin trial will
Teachers now being examined by
County Superintendent Kellncr are
Miss Carriedl. IV.llerton and Miss Minnie-
I. Nevin. The examinations close
Mrs. Alfred McKeu.ie of Los An
geles arrived in the city Sunday to
make her home here. She is the mother
of V. T. Tupper of the Iris Theather
.1. H. Carpenter, a well known mining
man operating in the San Carlos coun
try, was an arrival in the city last
evening, accompanied by .1. K. Carpen
ter of N'ew York.
Kdgar Sultan, Hanger .1. T. Holmes
and Deputy .Sheriff Bud Armer came
down1 from Roosevelt yesterday and will
go to Solomonville this morning to tes
tify in the Baldwin murder trial.
A. G. Smith, cashier of the Globe
National bank, returned last evening
from Denver, where he was called by
the serious illness of his father. Mr.
Smith reports that his father was
greatly improved when he left Denver.
,T. S. Miles returned Sunday evening
from Phoenix, where he went to assist
in the passage of the three-cent fare
bill, an unsuccessful mission, however.
Mr. Miles believes that the railwav
commission bill will pass and that oii(;ht
to help some.
Judge Nave, Clerk Smalley, HeKrter
Sturgis, District Attorney Stonemau
and Attorneys Hill, Rawlins and Ja
cobs will go to Solomonville this morn
ing to start the Baldwin trial. Slier'
iff Thompson and a number of witnesses
will also leave on the morning tram.
George Woods, a cook at the Union
mine, has gone to Prc;cott for a short
visit. Mr. Woods tells of a new board
ing house which is being erected across
the road from" the mine at an expense
of $:i,ono. It will be ftiruhdied within
a mouth and is to be called the Union.
Bill Luddy, one of the pioneer print
ers of the territory, arrived in the city
last evening from Cananea, where he
has been working on the. Herald. Bill
worked on the Silver Belt in the early
S0s ami was associatud with Judge
Hinsou Thomas in a Tucson paper in
the latter part of the '7(s.
K. A. Kisenhour arrived in the city
last evening from Madison, Kan,, to
make his home with his father, K. P.
Kisenhour, president of the Rye Cop
per company. The latter has two of
his sons with him and two more back
in Kansas who. will soon come here to
The "Hans Hanson" company of
players and musicians left Globe yester
day for Thatcher after coining big
money at Dreamland for three nights.
Mrs. .lames T. McAlpin, wife of the
star, is the sole owner of the enter
prise and delegates its business man
agement to her husband.
Idrs. E. . Bacon, Rooso volt; tT. E;
Tirowor, Tombstone; W. D. Horry, Los
Angeles; Douglas Gruy, EI Paso; M. A.
Browning, Caitorsvillo, Kan.
Will Soil Stock
At a meeting of the Globe & Pinto
Mining company, hold on the 4th of
Mnroh, ton thousand shines wore
bought at toil cents per share. Thoro
will be a block of 50,000 shares offered
to the public nt ten cents per share.
I have opened dressmaking parlors on
Cottonwood street, one block east now
church on old Bullgrouud. 1 can please
you. Call in.
Ki;i MISS NORA SCROGHAM,
A Happy Alderman
Alderman Lyman C. Woods and wife
are lejoiciug over the anival of a
young son at 5 o'clock last evening.
Shortly after the arrival the scion to
the Woods fortune was found to tip
the bcnin at '2U pounds and Lyman
says t.o weighed the youngster twice to
11111.0 auio of it. The mystery as to
v'.ny Alderman Woods was so anxious
to have a curfew luw passed is now
The Iris will pay every attention to
the comfort of ladies and children.
Dominion Hotel Arrivals
A. A. Whitney, M. M. Kramer, Los
Angeles; J. 11. Osborne, EI Paso; W.
II. Wuhl, San Francisco; M. U rider,
Snfford; J. B. Muloche, San Francisco;
A. M. Mejia, Snfford; A. C. Davis, Can
anea; C. M. Bruce and wife, Boston;
Al Tel In m, Cananea; L. K. lloultoii,
Douglas; F. A. Woodward and wife,
Boston; 1 C. Pearson, HI Paso; F. C.
Burrell, Roosevelt; D. A. MeAuley;
Roosevelt; J, K. Carpenter, San Carlos;
11. K. Carpenter, .Now Vork; T. H.
Lasher, Portland; C. I). Jteppv, Snfford.
The Knjghts of Columbus of Globe
council No. ll.'iS have secured Dream
land for a big dance on St. Patrick's
eve, and promises the public a treat
in the way of dancing. The committee
on arrangements will leave nothing un
done to make the dance a success. tf
KELLY REALTY CO.
Front Suite Above Keegan's
Doing a General Fire
Insurance, Loan and Real
1 IIIMIIM I l' ... m
If you want to buy, sell
or trade, see us.
KELLY REALTY CO.
Sewing machines for rent or sale at
Singer store in Trust building, next to
telegraph ofliee. 141
Globe '8 Now Theater
The building which is Hearing comple
tion adjoining Barrett's pharmacy is
rapidly taking on the appearance of a
theater, for which it is intended. It is
expected that it will be completed for
a grand opening Satuiday evening and
it will be known as the Iris theater.
It will bo conducted by the Iris The
ater company, Rice, Marks & Tupper,
owners, which has houses in Bisbee
and Cananea. The company promises
clean, refined and wholesome amuse
ment, and judging -from the Bisbee pa
pers. seems to be delivering the goods
in that citv.
'COPPER METAL MARKET
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, March 1. Copper was higher in London, with
closing at 110 and futures at 111 -Us (hi, Locally the murkot
FJeOtrolytie, 2 1.87 V to
firtn. Lnko was quoted nt 25.25 to 25.50;
25.124, and Casting, 24.75 to 25.00.
Load was unchanged at (5.00 to (i.Ilt) in the local market and
vanced'2s (hi to 19 15s in London.
Spelter was unchanged at 2(1 2s
lion was steady locnlly.
Bar silver, ('!(,. Mexican dollars,
lid abioad and li.HO to (1.1)0
What Better Could Thoy Do?
We saw a little story in one of the
leading magazines a few days ngo
which reminded ns of ourselves. The
story is this: "Little Johnny having
in his possession u couple of bantam
hens, which lilitl very small eggs, sud
denly hit on a plan. Going tho next
morning to the henhouse Johnnie's
father was surpiiscd to find an ostrich
egg tied to one of tho beams, and above
it a card, with the words, 'Keep your
eye on this and do your best.' "
That's us. We're just starting in the
drug business, but have our eye on
the bigger things and are doing our
best. Yours in the drug business.
The Iris will be a clean, moral and
up-to-date place of amusement.
Soug Birds Arrested
Tom Wilbur, Frnnk Loughney and
Stove Talbert, who furnish vocal music
at one of tho Broad street saloons, were
arrested Sunday night while giving a
demonstration in the redlight of a very
ioiigh house. It is said that one of the
musicians dangled an empty beer bot
tle over the peroxided caput of a femi
nine chin mer, mud) to J lie disfigure
ment of said mi'ijilier and the personal
anguish and misery of the victim. The
three defendants were find $25 and
an equal number of days in limbo up
to $.0 and fifty days. The fines were
paid and the jail sentences suspended.
Lunch counter for sale, well equipped,
gas range, coffee urn, National cash
register, good ice box and good supply
of dishes, uteusiis, etc. Receipts run
from 20 to jfait per day. Globe Real
Estate Ollice. " .125
Try Melroso Rye if you want
something extra fine; splendid for med
icinal purposes and as'pure a brand as
can be had anywhere. Hankers' Garden.
Boston Capitalists Here
Judge Charles M. Bruce, Mrs. Bruce,
F. A. Woodward and Mrs. Woodward
arrived Sunday evening from Boston
via the Pacific coast to spend a week
or ten tlays in Globe. Judge Bruce is
the president of the National Mining
Exploration company and Mr. Wood
ward is,treasurer of the same company.
The company has recently made a
Jiighly successful flotation of stock, an
allotment of 200,000 shares being over
subscribed in the northern copper
country .and Arizona copper centers.
The company controls a number of
properties in the district, the most im
portant of which is the Iron Cap, which
adjoins the Arizona Commercial and
the Globe Consolidated ground. The
company is in splendid financial condi
tion and aggressive development work
has already begun on three properties.
The Globe Steam Laundry is now in
full operation and prepared to do all
kinds of laundry work nromntlv and
satisfactorily. Orders receive prompt
attention, ork called for and deliv
ered in any part of tho city.
G. BOUSE, Proprietor.
Dreadnaught for Brazil
By Associated Press.
LONDON, March .. Messrs. Vick
rrs Sons & Maxim, at Barrow-in-Furness,
have received an order to con
struct a battleship for Brazil. "It is said
the vessel will be of the' Dreadnauglit
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Adolph Hang, Deceased.
Notico is horcby glvon by tho undor
signed administrator of tho estate of
Adolph Hung, deceased, to tile creditors
of and nil persons having claims against
the said deceased, to exhibit theai, with
the ucvessiiiy vouchers, within ten
months after the first publication of
this notice to the said administrator at
his offico iu the Globe Hardware Co.'s
building, Globo City, Arizona, tho lame
being tho place for tho transaction of
tho business of said estate, in said
County of Gila.
Administrator of tlicr Estate of Adolph
Dated February 23, 1907. 17
There is a place for tho Iris in Globe,
and Globe is the placo for the Iris.
New Attraction Takes Well
The McDonald Stock company oponed
at Dreamland Inst night with a play
called "Ptah," whTch 'proved to be
founded on much that is of timely in
terest. A competently constructed story,
capable delineators and spicy special
ties thrown iu as condiments were the
components of first-rate entertainment
ami Globe was there to sco it. The
villyun wore brethren whiskers instead
of the regulation ebony mustache, and,
particularly in the expository act, han
dled his role admirably. We -shall hear
more of Harry E. Wilson. ,
The company holds as niiieh to quan
tity as to quality and don't mind if
the cup runs over. Specialties wedged
in the entr'actes make a continuous
show from start to finish. Thjs elimin
ation of intermissions sounds the knoll
of door checks and cloves for bibu
lously inclined escorts,
"Wife for Wife" will hold the
boa ids this evening.
Old Soldier Dead
Frank W. Lyons, who has been pros
pec ting in this country for a number
of yeais, died Sunday at the county
hospital after a lolig illness of tuber
culosis, at tho ago of 08. Mr. Lyons
fought through the Civil war in a cav
alry regiment and the last years of the
war served on the escort of General
John A. Logan with great distinction.
The funeral will bo held this afternoon
from tho F. L. Jones & Son undertak
ing parlors at 2 o'cyock. Mr. South
wick, an old friend of the deceased,
has been searching for any records
which will tell of the residence of the
relatives of the dead man, but so far
There is a place for the Iris in Globe,
and Qlobe ia the place for the Iris.
COUNTY HOSPITAL NOTES
John White, a prospector iu this dis
trict for some fifteen years, stumbled
and dislocated his shoulder yesterday
while walking on a road near tho Eu
rcka mine. He expects to be out of
the hospital iu a week's time.
David Hwarfout, an epileptic, was
taken to tlfe hospital yesterday by
Sheriff Thompson. At last accounts his
condition is improving. He has been
employed as a painter by Buxton &
Merritt and has no known relatives.
Mr. McGinley has left the hospital
and returned to his mining proportion,
refreshed by Ins week's rest. Mr. Mc
Ginley will soon be an octogenarian.
The Iris will pay every attention to
the comfort of ladies and children.
Real Estate Transfer
Mary E. Smith to United States of
America, west half of southwest quar
ter Section 2(3 and south half southwest
quarter Section 27, T. 1 N., R. 13 E.,
O. & S. R. B. & M. Consideration,'
Piano for sale at half price at Monte
Carlo saloon. 124
Silver Belt Want Ads. tiring results.
Justice Courts Yesterday
A. E. Turnebiill, brought before Jus
tice Rawlins by Deputy Sheriff Jack
Knighton, was given eight days for
drunkenness on the complaint of several
of Turnebiill' 's neighbors in North
The examination of WalFcr Gaynor,
charged with rape, is setfforfsaturday,
March !), before Justice Tiiomas, Gay
nor gave $1,(100 bail to guarantee his
Mario Garda ambled into the house
of one of his neighbors March t and
a trunk in the bedroom excited his
curiosity. He was caught in fragrante
delicto and was fined -i-Klii yesterday
by Judge Rawlins.
" Harry Montana and William Gillespie
weie fined $1! apiece for a Marquis of
Frcderico Oregin, a drunk and disor
ilerly, has paid .f" to Judge Thomas
upon the suggestion of the latter.
Young man desires nicely furnished1
room in private family with privilege
of bath. 125
1 1 WM
List your real estate with the Globe
Real Estate Ofliee and get quick re
There is no Breakfast food like it. Ready to eat.
5 cents the package at your grocer.
THE SOLOMON-WICKERSHAM CO.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estato of Barney Morollo, deceased.
Notico is linrnliv irivnn lv tlio .... -
dersigned administratrix of tho estato
oi iiarney Aiorollo, itcccascd, to the
creditors of nml nil unrMm l....
claims against the said deceased, to ux
hibit them, with tho necessary vouchers,
wunin ten monttis a! tor tlio first pub
lication of this notico to the sail ad
ministratrix. at her resilience in MiwMi
Globo Townsito, back of tho Morollo
saloon, the same being tho place for
tho transaction of tho business of said
estate, in said County of Gila.
MRS. ANNA MORELLO,
Administratrix of the istato of said de
Dated November 20, 1900.
Why! That!s half the
Just take a slice of STAR ham,
Two fresh eggs, suunysido up,
Hot biscuits (made from IRIS flour)
Buttered with Thatcher Butter.
A cup of BARRINGTON HALL coffee.
There's a poem for you, tasking Mr. Hogues
We guarantee everything we sell.
Money back for the asking.
Don't you think this is a good place
to trade? Try us one. month.
You'll stay longer.
We study to please. We do please
. " 300 contented customers.
We can please you.
See the Man.
Gila Valley Bank & Trust G
Capital and Surplus, $100,000
L. D. RlCKETTS D. W. WICKERSHAM T. A Pi, I
A. T. Thomson H. S. VanGorder ' c'l
U. K. ft1ILLS U, A. KENNEDY Ph. FreUDEKtb,
1. 1J. UUIAFMUn
All classes of accounts Invited
Foreign excammge at toy, eat
RAIL ROAD ADDITION
LEVEL LAND, CLOSE IN, STREETS AND ALLEYS
BIO LOTS, EASY PAYMENTS. $25 DOWN, BAL
ANOE $12.50 PER MONTH.
$850, $250 CASHBALANCE $25 PER .MONTH, BUYS
FINE LITTLE HOME, GOOD LOCATION.
$800, $100 DOWN, BALANCE TIME, BUYS A SNAP
IN A HOME.
$1,000, $300 CASH, BALANCE' PAYMENTS, BUYS A
NICE HOME NEAR SCHOOLHOUSE.
$325 BUYS THREE LOTS THME BLOCKS EAST OF
When you want a bargain in a lot or a home, restaurant,
business chance In Greater Globe, give us a call.
HOME INVESTMENT d
Assayer and Chemist
H. E. B1ERCE
Agent for DEMING SMELTER
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Office Rooms, 5-7-9 Trust Building
Office Phone Main lSi
Residence, Dominion Hotel
Let the Baker Do the Work!
Wyant Bros. '
THE WAGON WILL CALL AT YOUR
HOME WITH A FULL LINE OF
BREAD, PIES AND PASTRY.
LET THE BAKER DO THE WORK
For one week comnm
Change of program mM
NIGHT . .
LADIES FREE MONO!
Try Melrose Rye if you want Ppippo O Kp QRpRflp!
omctliii!L' fxtrn fine: stplciuliil for mwl- ' 'lca t-OO, vIvfl,OUt,l
iciiml uirjo.ic anil as pure a brand us
an lie Iciri anywhere. Bankers' Garden.
Matinee Saturday at 2i
Everything a lady needs to wear,
dresses, gowns, waists, skirts, under- RESERVED SEATS ON SAU
wear, hosiery, etc. The People's Store. PALACE PHARMACY MOXIi
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Read the Silver Bolt Always up to
What to Do When Bilious
Tho right thine to do when von fpl
bilious ia to tako a doso of Chambor
lain 's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
will cleanse the stomach and regulate
tho liver and bowels. Trv it. Pric 2.T
cents. Samples free at all druggists.
CATERERS TO THE PUBLIC
We carry a Full line of Magazines and Newspapers and also receive
Subscriptions Tor All Leading Publications
NEXT TO POSTOFFICE
G. S. VAN WAGENEN, Globe, Arizona
Globe Real Estate Office
A modern up to date homo completely furnished
throughout; foar rooms with bath, closets, pantry and
summer kitchen. STRICTLY UP TO DATE.
One six-room house; near bridge on Pascoe hill;
$1,250.00 on eaiy terms. Rents for $25 per month.
One three-room house near Central School; lot 43x95;
must be sold within fifteen days.
Lot 35x622 on Pascoe hill Bargain.
We cannot rent you a house at present. But why
pay rent when you can buy a house and pay for it in
Let us show you what we have. A horse and buggy at
your service at all times.
I GLOBE REAL ESTATE OFFICE
F. L. TOOMBS, Manager
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