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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Saturday, April 6, 1907
Over One Hundred Million Dollars
AMERICAN ASSETS OF FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANIES REPRESENTED IN THIS OFFICE.
THINK WE COULD PAY LOSSES? ANY DOUBT
INSURE WITH THE COMPANY THAT CAN AND
WILL PAY ITS LOSSES, BUT DON'T FORGET
THAT A POLICY OF INSURANCE IS A CON
TRACT BETWEEN YOU AND THE FIRE INSUR
ANCE COMPANY, WRITTEN BY SOME AGENT,
AN1 BE SURE THAT THAT CONTRACT IS PROP
ERLY WRITTEN; AND THE ONLY WAY IN
WHICK YOU CAN BE SURE OF THIS IS BY HAV
ING IT .DONE BY SOME AGENT THAT KNOWS
HOW AND WILL ATTEND TO IT.
Money to Loan
One Hundred Thousand Dollars to Loan
LOW RATES OF INTEREST AND A GUARAN
TEED CONTRACT; SHORT OR LONG TIME TO
SUIT THE BORROWER.
. PROPERTY IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY; COME
AND SEE US. IF YOU WANT TO BUY WE CAN
SUPPLY YOU AND IF YOU WANT TO SELL WE
WILL FIND A BUYER.
Always "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
A handsome soila fountain has beun
installed in the Barrtet pharmacy.
J. W. Hogue yesterday purchased tho
residence property of E. M. llurd on
Foreman Tom Kelly of tho Arizona
National mine, came n yesterday from
the Pinto country.
Street Supervisor R. O. Goodwin re
turned yesterday from a business visit
at Tempe. He made the return trip by
way of Roosevelt.
John O'Ncil and J. F. Fraser of Al
toonn, Pa., were arrivals in the city last
evening to look after their mining in
terests in tho district.
Attorney Frank W. Vellacott has loft
for the east and after a visit with rela
tives in Buffalo, N. Y., may decide to
locate at Silver City, X. M.
Paul Eckhart of tho mechanical de
partment of the Silver Belt returned
yesterday from a week's vacation which
lie spent at Tucson and Phoenix.
Charles Mover, a 16-year-old boy, was
given fifteen days in jail, and Jnfilio
Fierros drow the samo sentence in
Judge Thomas court yesterday for vag
Deputy Shoriffs Jack Knighton and
Davis loft yesterday morning for Phoe
nix in charge of Charles Haley, who
has been committed to the territorial
The evening services of St. John's
Episcopal church will bo discontinued
for the present. Morning services and
Sunday school will be held at the Acad
my hall at the usual hours.
Orant S. Watkins, secretary of the
Pinto Creek Mining A- Smelting com
pany, -left yesterday for his home in
St. Joseph, Mo., well pleased with his
inspection (if the company's mine.
Hrown's dry goods store has about
coucludeil its removal to the now
Toombs-Butler building on Broad street,
and they have one of tho finest estab
lishments in this section of the conn-"tijr.
Storage room phone 001.
Fine line of ladies' hats just received
t the Hnekot Store. tf
The performance commences early
and ends late at Barrett's Soda Fouu
Don 't forgot Gordon gin fizz. Coney
Storago room phono liOl.
Your children can como to tho Cen
tral Market and got a coupon ticket
with their purchase. Everything quiet
and orderly. 173
Xut maple enramel at Barrett's Soda
A dollar's worth of fun for ten cents
at The Dime.
Sewing machines to rent nt J. T.
McNeil's Furniture store, opjiosito the
Minors' union hall, Globe, Ariz. lllltf
Tho new cash register at Bonne's Cen
tral Market will commenco Issuing tick
ets on Saturday morning, March 30, to
overy cash customer. On roturn of
theso coupon tickets to the amount o(
$10 tho customor will rccoivo 50 cents
In trade. Savo your coupons. 173
Egg drinks galoro at Uarrott's Soda
Coney Island Up-to-Date
Fresh shipment of limes; drink gin
Dr. M. D. Thomas, the eye specialist,
has concluded to stny in Globe until
April 20. The- Dr. fits glasses and n fit
guaranteed. Money back if you are not
satisfied. Will call any part of the eity.
Telephone 731 or stop white team. 109
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Are you going to the thenterT Stop
in at Barrett's Fountain.
Everybody buy fine meat at Bonno's
Central Market and receive a tlckot.
Remember, $10.00 In tickets will entitle
yon to 50 cents in trade. Save your
Storage room phono 001.
The Woman's Guild of St. John's
Kpibcopal church will meet on Friday
next with Mrs. Russell. Election of ofli
curs and a full attendance is urged. 154
Before and after tho theater, Bar
rett's Soda Fountain.
Kelly Realty Co. Has Moved
To Rooms Nos. 19-21.-23 Globe
Office Bldg. over First Nat. Bank
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY.
Money to loan for building purposes.
Fire Insurance written in
the strongest companies in
We have a few choiceresidence lots; also Income
properties on Broad street.
Gila County Abstract Company.
KELLY REALTY CO.
Loaves for Coast
John A. Uacholdor after a pleasant
visit among his old friends in Globo,
whero ho lived so ninny yenrs, lenves
this morning for Los Angeles.
A year and a half ago ho sold to the
Western Mining com)mny a group of
copper claims at Dos Cahezas for :J2.'v
000, of which .f5,000 fails due next
November. The purchasing company
has dovolopcd important ore bodies on
tho Bachelder proporty, carrying cop
per, gold and silver.
Mr. Uncholder expects to visit his
formor homo in Now Hampshire noxt
summer and on his return to Arizona
may decide to again become a resident
SOCIALISTS MAKE GAINS
IN FINLAND ELECTION
Bv Associated Press.
HKL8INGFOK8, Finland, April 5.
Ollicinl election returns show t lint the
Socialists won eighty out of the two
hundred seats in the diet. With thirty
agrarians, tho'Soeinlists lack eight of
having a majority.
Real good things at Banett's Soda
G. W. M. Cnivil has opened a fust
ilnss cnriinge painting establishment in
connection with tho Parker blacksmith
shop. General carraige painting solic
ited. Those desiring such work will
lind Mr. Curvil at his place of business.
Dies of Mumps at Ninety-fivo
At the age of VS Mrs. Cynthia J'.
Hoiightaliug of this city died today of
mumps. Mrs. Hoiightaling was the old
est woman iii the eity. It was not be
lieved possible at first that at such an
age she could be suffering from a dis
ease which she had escaped in her child
hood, but her physician declared that
it was plainly u case of mumps.
She was very ill from the first and
died in a few days. Holyoke, Mass.,
dispatch to the Now York Times.
A new delicacy each day at Barrett's
All your friends are going to The
Dime; join them.
Try Molroso Ryo if you want
omethiug extra fino; splondid for med
icJnal purposes nnd as pure a brand as
.an be hud anywhere. Bankers' Garden.
Men and women wanted to drink at
Barrett's Soda Fountain.
COPPER METAL MARKET
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, April fi. Copper was higher in Loudon, with sot nt
07 fis, and futures at 07 Ms. Locally the hinrkct wns nominal with
Lake at 2-UO to 2fi.0U; Electrolytic, 24.00 to 24.50, and Casting at
2X00 to 2X50. .
Lead was unchanged at 0.00 to 0.1 15 in the local market. It ilo
clined to 19 8s 9d in London.
Spelter was unchanged at 2.r Kn in London and (I.'.'i to (1.85 locally.
Iron locally wns unchanged.
Bar silver, 04. Mexican dollars, 49:J.
TltKTIIBWAY The funeral of the late
L'mma Kate Trotheway will take
place from tho Methodist church on
Saturday, April 0, nt 2 o'clock p. in.
SHORT CARD" PLAYING
IN SALOONS STOPPED
Following the council meeting late
Thursday night, City Marshal Carico
visited all of the local saloons and in
formed those in charge that tho city
ordinance prohibiting gumbling would
have to bo obeyed. Since tho abolish
iug of gambling tho first of the month
theiu have been started numerous
games of draw poker, "pan," sluff and
other games, and it wns not thought
that these games would be interfered
with, as no "rakeotT" was being taken
Jy the house, but the word was passed
along the line that there will be noth
ing doing iii "short cards" and last
night lite law Was obeyed, not a game
being in progress in any of the Broad
street "saloons. .
A clean t glass with every drink at
Barrett's Soda Fountain.
No flies in Bonne's Central Market.
Como and get your tickets. 173
Swellcst goods In town. Ladies' suits,
cloaks, silk dresses and gowns, waists,
3kirts, hosiery, millinery, now goods,
3witchos, fancy goods, etc. Tho People's
Store, Dolph Baatz, Prop., Globe, Ariz.
Elks Install Now Officors
Globo Lodge No. 189 B. P. O. Elks
held it protracted session last evening
nt which the features were tho installa
tion of tho newly elected officers and
tho initiation of Dr. C..T. Sturgeon, who
acquired the antlers of Klkilom in cred
itable style, although ho will probably
be in his physician's hands for several
days. A social session was concluded
with a Dutch lunch, at which Pat Hose,
Drs. Collins and McPheoters and several
other prominent (icimans on the lodge
roll, poured tea.
G. V. M. Carvil has opened an up to
date carriage painting establishment
with the Paiker blacksmith shop. Give
him a call. 150
The Globe Bank & Savings company,
incorporated, pays 4 per cent on term
deposits and always ready to make
loans on securities of all kinds.
A good resting place nt Barrett's
Remember, your money back if for
any reason you want it when you got
glasses from Dr. -Thomas. '09
Storage room phone 001.
Miss Nora Scrogham, dressmaker, old,
Ballgrouud, one block east new church..
)nck Boss niwayn keeps the best.
Fox & Sweeney, mixologists. 153
Look at the meuii at Barrett's Soda
Notico to Liquor Dealers
Tho law fixing the annual license for
'otnil dealers in spirituous liquors nt
5300 per annum, payable in advance,
.vent into effect on April 1, 1907, and
(aid license is now due. All liquor
lealcrs in Gila county are. hereby noti
ced to call and pay, or remit, the full
unniint of the license to me.
.1. H. THOMPSON,
Sheriff and License Collector.
Globe, Ariz., April 3. 1907. 151
Eyo Glasses for the Pupils
The matter of furnishing eye glasses
for the pupils of the public schools
nine up again nt the meeting of the
joard of education yesterday, when the
'lementary schools committee reported
u favor of the proposition.
The rejiort stated that 80,000 chil
Iron in the schools were found to be
uffering from physical defects which
irevented them from reaping the full
idvantnge nf the schools. This could
io done away with by buying a few
housand dollars' worth of eye glosses.
Phe rejiort suggested that board of
lealth inspectors and outside eyo ox-
icrts could be engaged to examine nil
'he children in thirty places in the
'ity where dark rooms could be fitted
i p. It would cost only $30,000 to fit'
ip these rooms; eye glasses could be
mught for $0,000, ami there you are,
,vith all the children in a good condi
ion to get the benefit of a public school
ducation. After the first year the re
nowal of the eyo glasses wouldn't cost
'he city more than .5,000 annually, or
thereabouts, the report snid. It ended
.vita a resolution calling on the board
if estimate to supplv tho necessarv
noney. New York Sun.
The Globo Shoo Company takes orders
for tents and awnings. tf
IS YOUR WATCH IN GOOD ORDER?
When was it oiled and cleaned las.?
It needs oiling and cleaning once
every 18 months at least, whether you
think it does or not.
It needs that attention just as sure
as an engine does to get the best re
suits. If it is neglected the oil evap
orates and a friction is set up that is
destructive of the fine mechanism.
We do nothing but expert Watch Re
pairing, Jewelry Repairing and Hand
Engraving, All work ana new parts
furnished guaranteed for one year and
charges are most reasonable.
Also carry a full and complete line of
Jewelry and Optical Goods.
O. R. FEIST, the Jeweler
At Ryan'8 News Stand
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co.
Capital and Surplus, $100,000
L. D. RlCKETTS
C. E. Mills
A. T. Thomson
D. W. WlCKERSHAM
C. A. Kennedy
I. E. Solomon
H. S. VanGorber
T. A. Pascoe
All classes of acceaats Invited
Foreign exchange at lowest rates
Buys one of the best homes in Globe. $700 can
r be assumed.
We have bargains in lots and bargains in homes.
Keep your other eye on Greater Globe.
Buying or selling give us a call. Our deals are
straight, our bargains good.
HOME INVESTMENT CO.
J. W. HOGUE, Manager
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The Central Market
The H. H. Bru Company, Inc. i
DEALERS IN LISTED AND UNLISTED SECURITIES.
T Thirty-minuto quotations and privato wire connections with Boston and
New York markets.
Tho Duluth and Ishpeuilng curb nijirkets a specialty.
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins.
TRY MY WIRE SERVICE.
J Trust Building Globe, Arizona Telephone 1901 J
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THE CITY BAKERY
Scoble, Sobey.& Cos
I BREAD, PIES AND CAKES
g See our display in the window today
Reflections of a Bacholor
When a irl never looks at any man
'11 a street ear it is a sign that she N
vith her mother.
The only way a woman can account
for her shoes hurting her i" that she
ot them a size larger than usual.
About the best recruiting scheme the
devil tjvpr got up is to have a man slip
jn a cake of soap in the bathtub.
A man wants good things to eat, but
lie would rather pretend he is satisfied
with bad things than dischnrgc the
It's only fair to college cduention to
admit that most boys who have it know
how to accept an invitation in the pro
per way. .New York Press.
Silver Bolt want ads brings results.
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 247.
United States Land Oilieo, Phoenix,
Arizona, April 2, 1007. Notice is here
by given that Tom Doyle, of Olobe,
riona, for himself and his co-owner,
nton Trojanovich, lias made applica
tion for patent to tho Pay Rock lodo
mining claim, Survey No. 23:13, situnted
in the Globo Mining; District, Gila
County, Arizona, in Sec. 25, Tp. 1 N.
R. 15 E., O. & 8. If. B. & M., described
as follows: Beginning at Cor. No. 1,
whence the N. , Cor. of See. 25, Tp. 1
N., R. 15 E., G. & S. It. B. &. M., bears
N. 53 deg. 34 min. W. 88.70 feet; thence
S. 00 deg. 1 min. E. 480 feet to Cor. No.
2; thence N. 89 deg. 30 min. W. 1385.2
feet to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 00 deg.
1 min. W. 31 1 feet to Cor. No. 4; thence
N. 81 deg. 47 min. E. 1390.9 feet to Cor.
No. 1, the place of beginning. Location
notices are recorded in Records of
Mines, County Recorder's office, said
Gila County, as follows: Original, Book
9, page 291; amended, Book 12, page
203. Adjoining calims are Clinton on
the north: Best Ever on the northnjist-
Ohio Boy No. 4 on the east; Li mo Ledgo
on tho south; and Castlo Hill on the
weit. MILTON R. MOORE, Register.
rirsi publication April 0, 1907..
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Just one of our
M. C. BONNE, Proprietor
It Leads 'Em All
Everything and anything the market affords on J
hand at all times
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R. E. HOLBROOK
"THATCHER" Butter is
v'am BUY THE BEST!
Don't pay for cheap stuff
"Barrington Hall" Coffee
14 , (The Steel Cut Kind)
"si!S!?Fi5Sf "Globe Commercial Co.
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GLOBE OFFICE BUILDING
A BIG HAT
Spring has come, also have our Straw
Hats. We have the largest assortment
ever seen in Globe.
We Have a Hat for Every Man
and Boy in the City
New Materials, new styles. Prices from
25c to $6.00. Don't miss the opportun
ity of seeing this big line.
THE TENNIS GIRL
All the stores have them. There are none better.
THElSOLOMpN-WICKERSHAM CO., Sole Distributors
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