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0AILT ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Sunday, April 7, 19(
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Over One Hundred Million Dollars
AMERICAN ASSETS OP TIRE 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,
AND BE SURE THAT THAT CONTRACT IS PROP
ERLY WRITTEN; AND THE ONLY WAY IN
WHICH 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. in., to 6 p. m 7. p. m. to 8 p. m.
OFFICE, Over Postoffice, Globe, Arizona
0. D. SMELTING
OWN ORES ONLY
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completed and crosscut ting will begin
at onco. This level corresponds with
the 200-foot level of the Black Hawk
mine, in which oro hns boon opened that
goes fi per cent copper and several
ounces in silver, and it is thought that,
the crosscut from the Great Eastern
shaft should strike tho ore within
Altogether the outlook for Superior
& Boston is very encouraging.
COPPER METAL MARKET
The shaft of the Globe Mining com
pany is now 200 feet doop and is in a
heavy iron, well impregnated with sul
phide, indications which are very fa
,vorablo to the early finding' of ore. A
party of directors of the company will
arrive hero from Illinois this week and
plnns for tho active development of the
mine will be formulated.
CiLOBE SIGHTS AND
Ourr-ent News of Busy Globe Told in
Will Knight has returned from a
month's trip to California.
Sheriff Henry Thompson returned
yesterday afternoon from Lower Pinto
Guy GriUith of Phoenix has accepted
a position with the W. V. Brookner
company in tho shoo department.
il. S. Waddle, a well known travel
ing salesman from St. Joseph, Mo.,
nrrived in the city last evening.
Attorney It. E. Morrison leaves this
morning for Prcscott after spending
several days here on mining business.
H, Bradley of Phoonix, who has been
tjjfcp:ing soveral days here, roturncd
last evening from a trip to tho Lower
Charles Nesbitt will leave this morn
ing for Bisbee to attend tho funeral of
his brother Sam, who was burned to
death thcro last Friday.
J. P. Taylor and II. B. Nelson of
Du Bois, Pa., were arrivals last evening,
iinth are stockholders of the Arizona
National Mining company.
w. D. Galbraith, special agent of the
United States Fidelity & Guaranty
company, is in tho city from San Fran
cibto on business with the company's
local agent, tho Kelly Realty company.
"Tho College Boy," with Ralph
Riggs in tho title role, is tho next at
traction at Dreamland. Bisbee and
Douglas papers speak very highly of
thii performances in those cities given
by tho company recently. Tho piny is
booked foT the lr.th.
J. P. Pcterman, president of the Cal
umet &. Globe Development company,
Jwnres this morning for his home t
Culuinct, Mich., after spending a week
in the city. Mr. Peterman made an ex
tended visit to tho mine of tho company
on Lower Pinto and expressed himself
as highly pleased with the operations
Captain James Chynoweth of Calu
met, Mich., and W. 6. Rice of Hough
ton, presideut and secretary respectively
of tho Superior & Boston company, ar
xiwA in the eity from the north last
evening. They expect to remain here)
for soveral days during which they will
visit the various mines of the company.
Storage room phono GOL
Fine line of ladies' hats just received
at the Racket Store. tf
Don't forget Gordon gin ftez. Coney
Storage room phono 001.
Your children can como to the Con
tral Market and got a coupon tickot
with their purchase. Everything quiet
and orderly. 173
A dollar's worth of fun for ten cents
at Tho Dime.
The new cash register at Bonne's Cen
tral Market will commence issuing tick
ets on Saturday morning, March 30, to
every cash customer. On return of
these coupon tickets to the amount of
$10 tho customer will receive 60 cents
in trade. Save your coupons. 173
The Globe Shoe Company takes orders
for tents and awnings. tf
Coney Island Up-to-Dato
Fresh shipment of limes; drink gin
rickcy. , 153
Dr. M. D. Thomas, the eye' specialist,
has concluded to stay in Globo until
April 20. The Dr. fits glasses and a fit
guaranteed. Money back if you are not
satisfied. Will call any part of the city.
Telephono 731 or stop white team. 109
Everybody buy fine meat at Bonne's
Central Market and receive a ticket.
Remember, $10.00 in tickets will entitle
you to 50 cents in trade.- Save your
Storage room phone 601.
The Woman's Guild of St. John's
Episcopal church will meet on Friday
next with Mrs. Russell. Election of offi
cers and a full attendance is urged. 154
Sewing machines to rent at J. T.
McNeil s Furniture store, opposite the
Miners' union hall, Globo, Ariz. 149tf
East opposite Dreamland, Wilinms &
Irwin, dressmakers. 157
Silver Bolt Want Ads. tiring, results.
KELLY REALTY CO.
Gila County Abstract Company
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY.
Globe Office Building, over Brown's New Stores.
Rooms Nos. 19-21-23
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.
If You Want to Buy, Sell, or Rent call on the
KELLY REALTY CO.
At the Central the west drift is be
ginning to show good streaks of sul
phide ore. The face of the drift is
now within twenty-five feet of being
under the surfneo cropping:!. It is
hoped that n body of oro will be en
countered at this mint within the next
few dnys. Thoug only 110 feet below
the surface, a strike of shipping oie
would be a great helj. in the develop
ment of the property. The east drift
as yet shows little copper; but ihe
water coming from the face carries n
very perceptible tiace of copper. So
far tho entire How of water of the mine
comes from this direction. It. is thought
very probable that this water comes
from an ore body 'yiug off in this di
rection. The shaft is rapidly Hearing
the second level, whore drifts will be
driven both to the enst and west. Su
perintendent Powell expects to hnt
tho station cut and drifts started by
The 20,000 share, allotment placed on
the market hiK't week is going rap
idly and will probably be taken up by
the 15tli, five days before the time
limit. A compauy with less than 50,000
shares issued apparently loks good to
tho public after being in the habit ol
buyiug stock in companies with miliums
of shares issued. Considering the low
capitalization and the outlook at the
mine it is highly probable that Central
will be soiling on tho street for iij
wards of one dollar in the very near
future. Conditions are very similar to
tho famous Gibson.
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, April (1. Motal markets wore quiet, ns usual in tho
absence of London cables. , "
Tin unchanged at -10.00 to -40.20.
Copper remained more or less nominal, with Lake quoted ut 2-1.50
to Sij.OO; Electrolytic, 24.00 to 24.00, and Casting, 23.00 to 23.50.
Lead was quiet at 0.00 to 0.15.
Spelter, 0.75 to 0.85.
Bar silver, 64. Mexical dollars, 4i)!J.
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the date, fixed by the court. The notice
f appal -which has been filed will make
a stay of execution necessary, so it It
Uated, whether it is prosecuted or not.
Howevir, it is probable that the affair
A'ill con e off some time during the early
Tho srring term of the district court
for Graham county will convene April
17. Th'j grand jury will be summoned
o apjvjnr on that date and the trial
iury on the 22nd. There is a heavy
docket and two or three weeks of hard
tvork will be necessary to clear it.
Hufjis Newpew, a notorious character
jcnerslly known as Climax Jim, con
fined iu the county jail, is a veritable
.vizani in divesting himself of shackles
wd chains. It is practically imH)9sible
o keep any sort of a shackle either on
his wrists or ankles unless they are
riveted, and then ho invariably mannges
to break the connecting chain, even
though it is strong enough to move a
house. He has been in the jail here
several different times and alwuvs
keeps the sheriff and guards in hot
water, and when his trial comes on it
is usually found difficult to convict him
of any offense. He is now accused of
erasing the cancelling stamp and pass
iug old clreeks.
Frank Dysart, ono of the pioneers of
the valley and a wealthy and influen
tial citizen, is preparing to move with
his family to Los Angeles,, where ho
will reside. Air. Dysart was clerk of
the district court for many years and
has served as county treasurer and su
pervisor. Mauzanitn dining room is now onon.
Coffee and lunches served nil day.
Mr. and Mrs. William Zimmerman
celebrated their silver woddinc mini.
ternary last Thursday. They aro pio
neer residents of Globe, all of the
twenty-five years of their married life
having been spoilt hore. .Mr. Zimmer
man wont to San Francisco in J882 to
be married and brouirht his bride to
Globo on a burro over tho old Silrrr
King trail. Thoy expect to leave soon
on a Pullman for California, whero thoy
will mako their nqmo, as Mr. Zimmor
man hns given an option on his Mos
quito streot property to tho Globe lodcre
of Elks. Their many friends in Globo
will be sorry to see them leave here,
but rejoico with them in their good
All your friends are going to Tho
Dime; join them.
Try Melrose Bye if you want
something extra fine; splendid for med
icinal purposes and as pure a brand as
can be had anywhere. Bankers' Garden.
The funeral of tho late Mrs. Emmn
Kato Tretheway was held yesterday af
ternoon from tho Methodist church nnd
was largely attended. Rev. E. G. Deck
er officiated and paid a glowing tribute
to the many good qualities of tho de
ceased. Mrs. Trethoway was 29 years
old and most of her life was spont in
Globe. She leaves besides her 7-yenr-old
daughter, her mother, Mrs. Garling
houso, a sister, Mrs. Leo Ikonherry, and
a brother, Silns Garlinghoiise.
JACK BARRYM0RE, FRIEND OF EVELYN THAW.
Jack Hurryiuore Is n young actor who hits been mentioned prominently in
the testimony t the Thaw murder trial In Nev York. He Is said to hav
mude n proposal of marriage to Evelyn Neablt In the presence of Stanford
White, the victim of Harry Thaw. White Is said to have sent the girl to n
Bcbool In Now Jersey to get her nwny from Bnrrymore. The young man Is n
boh of the lute .Maurice Buryinjre. who In Ills day was u very popular uctor,
uud a brother of Ml E!i RuiTyiuoru. who Is now a stage star.
Fight for Globe-Boston Prop
erty of Globe Consolidated
W. J. Mallory has taken his fight for
the possession of the Globe-Boston
property, now owned by the Globe Con
solidated, to the supreme court of the
territory, the apnea! having been filed
at Phoenix last week. A Judgment had
been awarded the Globe-Boston com
pany in the district court of Gila coun
ty against Mr. Mallory. Bights worth
over .f 100.000 are at stake in the tight.
Mallory in his original complaint al
leges that he sold to the Globe-Boston
under a lease and bond two groups of
-Ininis near Globe, one for .$02,000 and
the other for $35,000, the agreement
being a large payment down and the
rest in installments.
Subsequently, Mallory alleges, the
Globe-Boston company forced him to
make a new agreement by taking their
pumps from tho workings of tho prop
erty and alldwmg'-'thc .shafts to be
flooded, much ,tythe damage of the
Mallory alleges that much against his
will he made a second contract for the
sale of the property, as a remit of
which he wns to receive $30,000 in
cash and 75,000 shares of the capital
stock of the Globe-Boston company.
On tho ground that he had receiver,
neither the money nor the stock, Mal
lory brought suit to recover his prop
erty and annul the contract for the
sale, which District Judge Xnvo re
fused to do.
Called Each Other Names
Hertha Heed ami Martha Bruno of the
section beyond the creek were iu Judge
Thomas' court yesterday charged with
calling each other abusive names, lliz
zoncr fined them $15 each and prom
ised lo make it thirty days in jail for
the next, offense.
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co.
Capital and Surplus, $100,000
L. D. RlCKETTS D. W. WlCKEBSHAM T. A. PA3COP
A. T. Thomson H. S. VakGorder
C. E. Mills C. A. Kennedy Ph. Freudenthai
I. E. Solomon
All classes of accounts Invited
Foreign exchange at lowest rates
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WED AT SAFFOED
Popular Young Fireman Takes Gila Val
Hev. T. W. Young, John 1. Carson,
Homer Crumvine, H. T. Bailey, J. M.
Lacock and J. Prank MeClay of Wash
ington, Pa., and DrNT.-'W. Young Jr.
of Cambridgo, Pa., all of whom ate
stockholders of tho Arizona Colorado
company, nrrived in the city Friday to
visit the property of the company. All
aie stopping at tho Dominion hotel.
Proof of It
"Tompkins hns lots of nerve."
".Why do you think so?"
"He can listen to tho click of a
hearse door and never wince."
Tho SatTord Journal says of the re
cent wedding of George Elledge of thit
city: Wednesday at ft a. in. Miss Sylvia
Mndsen became the bride of Mr.' George
Klledgo of Globe at tho home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Madsen.
Bishop Welker performed the cere
inony under a floral nreli of lilies and
honeysuckle. Sweet peas and bows oi
white ribbon were artistically, arranged
in the payors, while lilies graced the
Tin bride was dainty in a gown ol
whit' crepe de chene over taffeta. She
earned an arm boquct of white carna
tiois and orange blossoms were caught
in : Jong flowing veil. The brido 's
maid, "MSsh Kvelyn Rollins, a cousin of
the bride, woi? white silk and carried
sweet peas. The groom's brother, Mr.
Homer Klledge, ncting as best man.
After the ceremony n delicious dinner
was served. Manv useful and hnndsomo
presents were received and an interest
ing crowd of friends followed them to
the station, where the best of wishes,
with n profusion of rice and old shoes,
The young people will make their
future home in Globe.
GLOBE COMMERCIAL CO.
FOOD FOR SUNDAY REFLECTION
Whether yon trade with us or with us or with another grocer, don't kick
if you find some staples higher in price than formerly. The grocer of
today is doing business at a heavier expense than ever before. He is
making less money than ever before. All this is die to prosperity and
to greater cost of packing, manufacturing and growing things that we
use on the table and to wear. With tehse conditions and the best wages
ever known, if your grocer does not make some advances, he simply
cannot exist If he IS compelled to make an advance, don't think he
is trying to do you; it's a plain case of
LIVE AND LET LIVE
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE YOU ALWAYS.
GLOBE COMMERCIAL CO-
O Phone 221 "Quality Grocers" Phone 221
Still Crowding the Iris
The Iris theater is making a novel
record in Globe. The house has been
crowded nichtlv sinco it was first
opened and continues to give excellent
satisiiiction. The moving pictures are
changed twice n week nnd are splendid,
and the illustrated songs by Mr. Keith
make a hit every night. The program
changes again tomorrow, but Mr. Keith
will continue to sing "Cheer Up Mury"
which seems to have caught the jn)p
G. W. M. Carvil has opened a first
class carrniL'e lmintinL' establishment in
connection with the Parker blacksmith
simp. General carraige painting solic
ited, i nose desiring such Work will
find Mr. Carvil at his place of business.
Miss Nora Scroghnm, dressmaker, old
Ballground, ono block east now church.
Safford Ice and Creamery Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers in
High Grade Butter, Butter
milk and Cream
For Sale by
SCOBLE, SOBEY & CO.
WILLIAM MILL WILLIAMS
CALL FOR SAFFORD
And Accept No Otlwr Every pound guaranteed fresh and pure
Safford Ice and Creamery Co.
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Modem Conveniences and the Best of Service
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.
THESOLOMON-WICKERSHAM CO., Sole Distributors