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Friday, March 29, Jt
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
' Page Six
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE in the best and strongest companies.
IN REAL ESTATE the best bargains in improved and
FOR RENT, a ten room boarding and rooming house.
MONEY TO LOAN
On short or long lime to suit your con
venience. A Guaranteed Contract. No Ifs,
No Buts, in other words, No Building and
Loan Methods. In everything A SQUARE
We are busy people, but we have time to attend to
PHILLIPSON & HAGEN
Office hours: 8 a. m., to 6 p. m 7. p. m. to 8 p. m.
OFFICE, Over Postoffice, Globe, Arizona
Modern Woodmen Social
Tlio flint of n Horics of cntertninmentH
nnd socinlH to be given liy tlio local
Modern Woodmen of Ainorieit wiih held
Wednesday evening nt Minora ' Union
hull. Fifty-two eouples responded to
the special invitations sent out nomo
time ago. The following program was
rendered to an appreciative nudienco by
members of tho lodge assisted by their
Mrs. Palmer "Keep on the Sunny
II. L. Daniels "Tho JJandalero."
Miss Gladys ICelsey "After' Your
Wandering (,'omo Home."
Mrs. Clover Answer; encore Malady.
Miss Miller "Koses Kissed by tlio
George Ashb "My (in! Is n High
L. A. Brown "Do You Love Mo in
December as in Mavf"
The Globe Concert band, ('(imposed
of twenty pieces, rendered four choice
selections. Light refreshments were
served after the program and those prcs
cut enjoyed themselves informally until
tho "wee sum ' hours."
The Modern Woodmen is one of
Globe's latest organisations and is com
posed of a good class of young men
about town. Besides being a fraternal
insurance older, the "choppers" are
known everywhere for their frequent
but none the less enjoyable social meet
Go to the Central Market nnd receive
a ticket with your purchase. 173
COPPER METAL MARKET
By Associated Press.
NTHW YOUK, Mnrch 28.- Coppor wiih lower in tho English market,
losing about half of yesterday's gain. Spot closed nt JCU7 Ts and fu
tures at 07 Ss. ' Locally the market was dull and more or less nom
inal. Lake closed at 2L7o to W.S.'i and Casting at IM.'fi to 2.2.r.
Lend wns lower in tho Knglish market, with spot at 18 Its Ud.
Locally tho price was unchanged, ranging from 0.00 to 0.30.
Spelter was unchanged at 2.7 I.'ih in London and 0.H0 to 0.00 in
the local market.
iron was lower in the Knglish market nnd locally unchanged.
Bar silver, 00. Mexican dollars, TiU'j.
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co,
Capital and Surplus, $100,000
L. D. RlCKKTTS D. W. WlCKERSHAM T. A. Viin
A. T. Thomson H. S. VanGorder COk
C. E. Mills C. A. Kennedy Ph. Freudenth..
I. E. Solomon THal
All classes of accounts Invited Foreign exchange at Iomcm ntt
GLOBE SIGHTS AND
Current News of Busy Globe Told In
!(. K. Williams has remodeled his
house and bam on Noftsgor hill.
Sims & Sons are building two houses
on School hill for Jnmes Tovey.
C. D. Reppy returned last evening
front SatTord and other points On the
(5. V. G. & X. road.
John B. Coplen and family enme in
from the Inspiration mine yesterday to
spend a few days in the eity.
C. DoBoly, who is in tho mining busi
ness in the Aravaipa district, came up
from 1'ort Thomas yesterday.
Street Supervisor 11. G. Goodwin will
leave this morning for To nine, whero he
& will spend a few days on business.
.1. G. Xaquin of the Xaquin Furniture
company has returned homo from n
business trip to EI Paso and Bisbee.
Miss Short will entertain the Satur
day Afternoon club at tho residence of
her sister, Mrs. G. -K. French, tomorrow,
Tillman & Son, the furniture dealers,
ar ('building a new store room on lower
Broad street near the railroad bridge.
Mrs. J. C. Phillipson has gono to
Xaco and Bisbee, where she formerly
resided, to spend a few days with
Frank Jiingold, manager of tho Pinal
Mountain Water company, returned last
evening from n visit at Solomonvillo
M. S. MeEniry, formerly connected
with the Old Dominion, arrived in the
eity last evening from Pasadena, Cal
where he is now making his home.
The Kelly Healty company is moving
its otlice from tho Kcegan block to tho
new Toombs-Butler buiiding. where a
fine suite of rooms has been secured.
.1. .1. Mnckey, tho contractor who
erected the Trust building, has returned
from a trip east on mining business.
He made his principal visit in Boston.
It. J. Young, superintendent of the
Britt Copper company, roturned last
evening from a two weeks' absence,
which he spent in various parts of tho
S. R. Campbell, a Boston mining man
who has made frequent visits to Globe
in the past, arrived in the eity last
evening to spend a few days looking
after his local interests.
Mr. and Mrs. Clem Adams have ar
rived here from Michigan and expect to
make Globe their future home. Thoy
aie making their home touiornrily with
.lack Luugdou and family.
Mrs. Finletter has left for her home
in Los Angeles aftor spending soveral
weeks in Globe. She is the mother of
.1. It. Finletter, for many years a resi
dent of this eity nnd who now lives in
President Cockrill of the Rinto Creek
Mining & Smelting company; J. Bergcr
and II. E. Bragg, stockholders of the
company, came in from the mine yes
terday and leave this morning for the
cast. Mr. Cockrill resides in Platte
City, Mo., and Messrs. Bcrgor and
Bragg in St. Joseph. Secretary Grant
S. W'ntkins, who accompanied them
here, will remain for several weeks
At tho Dime
This place ot' amusement enjoyed an
attendance of more than usual size last
evening and the program rendered wns
of more than ordinary excellence. Mov
ing pictures seem to be the go in Globe
at the present time nnd this house i?
enjoying its share of the popularity.
For School Trustee
By request, I hereby announce my
solf as a candidate for school trustee,
District Xo. 1; election to be held nt
sehoolhousc on March 30, 1007.
J. S. MILES.
Smoke the Tennis Girl, the best 6-cent
cigar on the market.
Tho new cosh register at Bonne's en
tral Market will issue tickets on Satur
day morning, March 30, to every cash
customer. On return of these coupon
tickets to the amount of $10 the cus
tomer will receive GO cents in trade.
Save your coupons. 173
On and nfter March 2-1 tb, 1907, the
following butcher shops of Globe will
be closed all day Sunday:
Pioneer Meat Co., E. D. Heed.
Peerless Market, Ryan & Gaskill.
Globe Meat Market, IX Murphy.
Central Market, M. C. Bonne. 148
Mr. Smoker, the Tennis Girl cigar
torts you no more than G cents; try one.
For Sale by Ke
liy Realty Co.
tiOnn Half cash, will purchase all the Furniture
and Fixtures complete of Large Boarding
and Rooming House. Long lease, good location.
fljQQftfl Handles four properties with income of
$OdUU $0per month.
C7Kft Buvs Three Koom House,
same as rent.
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY.
Money to loan for building purposes.
Fire Insurance written in
the strongest companies in
We write Plate Glass Insurance and
KELLY REALTY CO.
Front Suite Over Keegan's, Phone.441 Globe, Arizona
At tho Iris
The large crowd that packed the Iris
to the doors at both performances last
night wure not disappointed, for one
of the best programs yet rendered was
tho ollering. Mr. Keith sang n very
popular illustrated selection entitled,
"The Moon lias Mil Eyes on You,"
written by Albert Von Tilzer, which
gnve him rate opportunity to demon
strate his ability, as an entertainer.
The highly sensational moving pictuie,
"The Female Spy," is well worth see
ing and vividly pictures tho methods
used by the Itpssiaus in dealing with a
spy. The performance is well worth
seeing and should play to crowded
houses the balance of the week.
The annual stockholders meet ing of
the Globo Western Mining eo1mpnny will
be held Monday evening, April 1, at 8
o'clock, in the o Aires of Phillipson &
llageii, P. O. building, for the election
of otlicers nnd other business.
UOBEKT E. MERIMTT,
1 1"0 Acting Secretnry.
In the Police Courts
The trial of the suit of A. Stamm
against Mrs. Clara Arnold & Co. for
debt, which hns been in progress on and
off throughout the week, had another
session in Judge Thomas' court yrster
day afternoon and was continued until
today. Stamm is suing for wages said
to be due him as bartender at the Met
It. T. Miller, rharged with assault
with a deadly weapon upon Jack Mil
ler, wns discharged upon motion of As
sistant District Attorney Henry. Mil
ler was accused of assaulting his name
sake with a knife in a row in n Broad
street saloon over a game of high five.
Miller was defended by Walter Mr
Curdy, known as the cowboy lawyer.
The Central Market intends to give
its customers a treat for Easter as fol
lows: Fat Kansas beef, fat corn fed
Kansas hogs, real mutton, fine turkeys,
and lots of other nice things to eat.
Call at the Central Market and look for
yourself. I sell what I advertise, "The
best that money can buy."
173 M. C. BONNE.
Thirteen Yaquls Pinched
Xight Watchman Felton of the railroad
company Wednesday night gathered in
thirteen Yaquis who have been work
ing for the railroad on a charge of
.stealing wood from the company. All
are in jail and they will be given a
hearing today. The Yaquis nail just
been discharged by the company and
had the temerity to confiscate old ties
for the purpose of keeping themselves
warm and incidentally doing a little
cooking along the right of way.
Was California Pioneer
Judge George Salisbury of Cripple
Creek, Colo., is in the city spending sev
eral weeks at the home of his son, John
C. Salisbury of the Old Dominion smel
ter. Judge Salisbury has been practic
ing lnw for forty-three years nnd was
t pioneer of California. He served in
the Civil war under Major General
Stoncman, father of District Attorney
George J. Stoneman of this eity, wIm
was later governor of California. Des
pile the fact of having passed the al
lotted years of three score and ten, be
judge is still hale and hearty, a condi
tion which he ascribes to his almost
lifelong residence in the invigorating at
mospherc of western mining camps.
By Associated Press.
'CINCINNATI, Ohio, March 2S. Wil
liam A. Proctor, president of the Proc
tor & Gamble, company, sou of the
linn's founder, died today from a bullel
wound self-indicted a! his horn in
Olcudnlc, a suburb of this city.
Remember, your money back if for
any reason you want it when you got
glasses from Dr. Thomas. 100
If you arc lost follow anybody; you
will bring up nt The Dime.
Ask your dealer for the Tennis Girl
cigar; he has them.
"Storage room phone 001.
Tho Globe Shoe Company takes orders
for tents and awnings. tf
Head tho Silver Belt; always up to
dato and nowsy.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
Bcviscd Statutes of Arizona, 1001,
3848 (Sec. 18). It shall bo the duty of
every person owning, or having chnrge
of, or under his control, property in
this Territory subject to taxation, and
in this title provided, to mako out and
doliver to tho Assessor, botweon the
first Monday in Fobrunry and tho first
Mondny in June, in each yoar, a cor
rect list of the same, as required 'by
lnw, whether he shall recoive from the
Assessor a notice or demand to do so
or not; and every assessment rnado
ngainst pioporty subject to taxation
shall bo valid, whothor such notice or
domnnd was received or not.
Personal property taxes must bo nnid
whon assessed, unless secured by real
All norsons having real estato or tier-
sonal property will nloaso call nt tho
otlice of the Assessor "nnd list their
property. HOBT. E. MERItITT,
165 Assessor and Tax Cnlleetnr.
Charlie Queen, having purchased the
Union Pacific restaurant of Jim Lee,
wishes to notify the public, that ho will
not be responsible for any bills owing
by the above mentioned Jim Lee, or
any contracted by him herrafter. Char
lie Queen. March 21, 1007. 150
Mining Property Wanted
Developed enouglf, at least, for inves
tigation. The larger the proposition the
more suitable. W'rjJOjM once to
GEORGE P. GARBED,
. J J") Constellation, Ariz.
Storage room phoKO flfl I.
Mrs. McDonald Indicted
CHICAGO, March 28. An indict
ment ehnrging Mrs. Michael McDonald
with the murder of "Webster S. Guerin
on February 21 was returned today by
the grand jury.
NEW YORK, Mnrch 28. Richard
Mansfield, tho nctor who wns stricken
with illness and forced to cancel his
spring tour, is considerably improved
today. His physicians said that he is
dangerously ill, however.
A special service will be held at St.
John's Episcopal church Sunday even
ing, March III, 1007, at 7:1(0 o'clock',
when the rector, Rev. George Sclby, will
pieach to the brotherhood. Members of
White Mountain lodge No. :t, A. F. &.
A. M., will meet, in the lodge rooms nt
7 o'clock nnd attend the service nt
Aendeniv hall in a body.
By Order of tho woiwhipful master,
Dr. M. D. Thomas, the eye specialist,
hits concluileii to stay in Globo until
Apiil 20. The Dr. (lis glasses and n fit
guaranteed. Money back if you are not
satisfied. Will call any part of the city.
Telephone 7'M or stop white team. 109
Card of Thanks
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Suter wish to ex
press their appreciation to their nmny
friends for the sympathy shown in their
recent bereavement in the loss of Mrs.
Mnr Andres, Mrs. Suter's mother.
No, tho Tennis Girl cigar is not at tue
Iris, but it is in every store in town;
ask for it.
The Tennis Girl cigar is hero; try one
Swellest goods in town, ladies' suits
and cloaks, dresses, gowns, waists,
3kirts, millinery, hair goods, switches,
etc. The People's Store. Globe, Ariz.
A dollar's worth of fun for ten cents
at The Dime.
Storage loom phone tiOl.
Fine line of ladies' hats just received
at the Racket Store. tf
All your friends are going to The
Dime; join them.
The Central Market coupon tickets
arc valuable. Save them. 173
Young Attorney Weds
On Wednesday, March 27, Fred J.
Elliott of the law firm of Weinberger
& Elliott of this city, and MNs Mary
Louise W'aijgalin of Boulder, Colo., were
united In marriage nt the home of the
bride. They left immediately on a
hnrt wedding tour and lire expected to
arrive in Globe Monday evening. Mr.
Elliott is one of the bright young mem
bers of the Gila county liar and his
biide is the daughter of the proprietor
and editor of the Daily Herald of Moul
der. Mr. nnd Mrs. Elliott will be hear
tily welcomed oji their ..arrival in Globe.
Try Melrose Ityo If you want
something extra fine; splendid for med
icinal purposes and as pure a brand as
can be had anywhere. Bankers' Gar-dcu.
Notice of Stockholders' Meatlng
March 2S, 100(1.
The annual meeting of t lie st.ieklwld
en of Tlio Keystone Copper Company
will bo held at the ollice of h. L. Henry,
in the courthouse, at Globe, Aiminn, nu
the lltli day of April, 1007, -it 2 o'clock
p. in., for the purpose of electiii' direct
n'rs and for the transaction of such
other business as may come bet'oio nnid
meeting. L. E. WIGHTMAN,
Your children can come to the Cen
tral Market and get a coupon ticket
with their purchase. Everything quiet
and orderly. 173
E. T. GREEN
Carpenter and Builder
P. O Box 976 Res. Pioneer Dairy
I FORGOT Jut one of our
1U fjrti CVf TTPTtrJ
"THATCHER" Butter it
BUY THE BEST
Don't pay for cheap stuff
jm7 uai i iiiyiun nan uuilg
t (The Steel Cut Kind)
leaf labd Globe Commercial u
SOLD IN SMALL SEALED PA1LS--3.. 5. IOi TELEPHONE 221
Has many possibilities and is building up many fine
We are in the home building, buying and selling
business with a few choice bargains.
Buying or selling, give us a call. Our deals are
straight, our bargains good.
HOMES BUILT ON INSTALLMENTS
LOTS FOR SALE ON EASY PAYMENTS
Own your own home in Globe and bid the rent
man good by.
HOME INVESTMENT CO.
H. C. Hopkins
U. S. MINERAL
Room 12, Globe Building
Don't Let Drugs Get the
Best of You
But Get the Best of Drugs
Sold Only By
THE PALACE PHARMACY
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
The Central Market
M. C. BONNE, Proprieter
It Leads 'Em All
t Everything and anything the market affords on X
hand at all times f
Wall Paper, Paints
We carry a Complete Line of Wall Paper,
Ready-mixed Paints, Varnishes and Brushes
We will paper, paint or tint your house for
you at the lowest possible figures. If you
have any work in our line, do-not fail to see
us before having it done. If you cannot
call, phone us, and we will call on you
i SATISFACTION IS OUR MOTTO
IG. S. VAN
Next to the Post Office
We find among our Shoe Stock a good
assortment of Low Shoes, suitable for
House Shoes, Outing Shoes and even
Dress Shoes. We are going to sell them
within the next week. If the price is
what you want, and a good shoe, here is
your chance; a Swell Kid, Cuban n nr
Cut Oxford, sold for $3.25 now K.O
$3.00 Shoes now $2.00
$2.50 Shoes now $1.50
$2.75 Shoes now $1.75
$2.00 Shoes now $1.25
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