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Sllllday, July 21, 1907
DALY ARIZONA SILVER BEL1
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OFGEoBE
In Every Depart
ment of Banking
Is prepared to serve
you in a satisfactory
GOOD WINES ALONG
SAN CARLOS STRIP
uitinued from Pago Ono)
r tli reason Mint thoir product of
nIH.r ears ao assisted ono Dr.
w' - c i. ..:......:.. a
Uttii xindle, in soiling n million dol
. i stock in Ids notorious Black
U , i.iject. This group was then
vgowii tlio Annio ltoonoy, and Dr.
flotti ""(? ',er proisca undor tho nom
it uhi" ' Sponiuuinn. Tlio ore from
.n 1 other claims was packed to
. t iiaxuma works and placed on
ko ii ' 'I to delight and alluru tho
Jter i, s who canio to seo tho mine.
Tin v.inic Hoonoy is now tho Cobro
Verde "r'"P. owned by tho San Carlos
rxeli" netit company, whoso director
ate (ontains tao names or. weu Known
Glob W. 0. Duncan of San Car
j n tlio general mauagor and ho is
fiudj: ,l ,no operation of tho inino
jbout ill his time. P. V. Cnrico, a
miner 't exporienco and ability, is di
recting tho work of a half dozen mon
t the tfnmp. Tho votnpany is soiling
,t,Kk i develop tho mine, and tho
ier- inployed aro all stockholders.
Tjr l lievo Mint thoro is a valunblo
Sibc t' re and aro putting tlioir hard
wrBel monoy into tho effort to deter
Binte it Tho ore is found in tlio por
j4,vp znc which traverses tho district,
uil with tho strength of tlds lead to
dfeml iiin they have a foundation
upon which to baso hopo for great
tkips when depth is attained.
The tirst shaft sunk upon this group
follow" the oro to a depth of forty-three
fwt, and the vein at that dopth con-tuuc-i
strung with about three and one
talf ft et of ore. Tho second shaft was
Hink about ten feot rast on a second
vein ami has reached a dopth of about
eight feet. A crosscut is being driven
st depth to dctermino tho width of tho
ere ll a point whore tho veins moot.
Sinking will continue on this claim,
jml tin re is every reason to boliovo
that the oro body will justify tho ex
penditure ami return handsome profits.
At am rate, an honest effort is being
aade to dovclop a productivo mino,
ltd the v.ork is being dono with as lit
tle outlay as possible, consistent with
The group is located convoniontly
and a wagon road constructed by tho
topper Bell company runs within a
few miles of tho camp.
Throughout tho San Carlos Strip
imiiv dlobe mining mon aro interested
ib claims that give promise. Like most
new districts. Hie development is mostly
on the surface and deep mining will bo
watched with much interest.
The ban Carlos Development com
psni i.-t at present tho most active of
an of the claim owners in that dis
trict and those who arc familiar with
the mines of this company predict that
i will not be long in finding a body
of ore that will place tho property on
a pawog basis.
WAR IS DECLARED
On the night of July 17, F. E. Peltzel, Globe'o popular
tailor was waylaid and treacherously assaulted. He is
dyeing,dyeing,dyeing and cleaning clothes at the old stand.
We employ only First-Class Tailors.
Yours for Fine Tailoring,
THE EAGLE TAILORING CO.
BROAD STREET, OPPOSITE BRIDGE
Cut this out and bring to our store and gut a 10 per cent discount on your work
iviovmg aaie or jewelry
On account of having to move soon, I am offer
ing my entire stock of Jewelry and Optical Goods at
i li reduction for the next 30 days only. Now is
the time, if you are in need of a good Watch, Chain
or Charm, Necklace, Bracelets or Brooches, Stick
8 Pins, Silverware or Rings.
0 Romomhon ih'te nnriiiMmn
iivsiiibiuubi una ibuuvnuii io ijvvu iui iw uujo uiiij.
So uimc early and get bargains. Everything guar
anteed and engraved free of Charge.
O. R. FEIST, the Jeweler
Bargains in Watches. At Ryan's News Stand
TTf4t TliTia aiTr ---- ---9- . ---9- J. .- -T. -- -9- -9- 9- T - -9-
Cook with Gas
Globe Electric and
MINERAL FARM IS
COMING TO FRONT
(Continued from Pago Ono)
cnto that below tho lovol of pormnncnt
wator, supposed to bo at dopth of
100 or 1)00 feot, largo bodies of iron and
copper sulphides will bo found. Wil
liam I-lint, tho well known mining geol
ogist of Duluth, who made a careful
examination of the Mineral l'arm, in
his report stated that the geological
conditions on tho Almond Parm wore
highly favorablo for tho occurrence of
largo sulphido oro bodies at depth, bo
ing, in fnct, tho best ho had found in
Globe district. .Sovornl local mining
mon of reputation have exposed similar
Impressed with tho necessity of deop
mining in order to dovolop the copper
in paying ipinutities, President Hccht
man laid his plans accordingly and
commenced sinking a two-compartment
shaft, which has reachod a dopth of
215 feet and is going down as rapidly
as three shifts of sturdy minors can
sink it. This shaft is located midway
between two strong iron outcrops, with
the view of sinking through tho solid
dinbase, thus insuring a stablo shaft.
Although tho management hadn't the
least expectation of striking oro in
sinking at that point, yot at a dopth of
175 feet tho diabase was found to bo
decked with small particles of sulphido,
which no doubt has its origin in a
nearby miuoralized vein, although no
arosscutting has beon dono to dctermino
this. It is tho intention of tho man
agement to sink tho shaft to 500 feot
at least, boforo crosscutting, at which
depth good oro may reasonably bo ex
pected. Tho working shaft on tho
Mineral l'arm is one of tho bost we
havo seen, the walls truo as a dio and
Tho equipment consists of an SxlO
steam hoist with capacity to sink 800
feot; GO h. p. boiler nnd air compres
sor enclosed in a good house, Sullivan
power, drill, well furnished blacksmith
shop, assay oflico and framing shed;
also superintendent's house, two bunk
houses and a well conducted boarding
house. Everything about tho camp has
a neat and thrifty appcaranco nnd it
will compare very favorably with any
other mining camp in tho Globo district.
Some of tho clnims included iu tho
Mineral Farm wero located and mined
for silver in tho early years of tho dis
trict and thoro arc upwards of twenty
old shafts on tho property, varying in
depth from 10 to 200 feot. In some
of these oro is found carrying values
in both Bilvor and copper and oil ono
claim, formerly known as tho Miami
mine, tho present company uncovered
a stratum of silver oro from which a
shipment was made that netted $228 per
Tho Globo Mining company certainly
has a fine property and the management
has planned its development in a man
ner calculated to secure the best results.
ic nnnrt fnr QO flawe nnln
Monday, July 22
With a Complete Line of Imported and
Domestic Worsteds, Cheviots, Blue
Serges and the Latest Popular GREYS
Globo's Citizens are Invited
to call and Inspect this stock
471 Broad St. Opp. St. Elmo
THE HOLD-UP IN
(Continuod from Tago Two)
them quiotly; an' up '11 fr their hands."
"But what '11 bocomo of th' plun
der?" iiHkod Hod.
"Wo'vo fixed to hand tho Htock cer
tificates back to tho Doc later on, mid
ho Hays wo can koop tho monoy wo find
on him fur our trouble. Th' rest won't
pack no money or things they might
loso climbin' th' hills; but they havo to
bring th' stock certificates thoy bought
iruiii th' Doc, lur a ollicor at th' mino
has to sign thorn yet.' That's what tho
Doc explained to me, so wo ain't rob
bers a tall."
"Gents," exclaimed lied, "that man
tho Doc is too smart fur us. lie's got
thor monoy for this stock, an"' now ho
wants thor stock back, jus' like the
Indian that iol' mo his pony and stole
it back at night."
Hank Ferret, strotched out on tho
ground, moved norvously. lie began to
mumble to himself like ono suddenly
possessed of a thought which stiiken
with tho force of a thunderbolt.
"That suro looks to bor his game,"
spoko up Ferret, rolluctively. "1 never
looked at it that a-way boforo; wo'vo
got to give up this picnic for sine. But
let's slide down tho point of rocks yon
dor and seo how tho Doc plays his part
when ho comes up."
Tho disappointed cowpunchors nroso
from tho ground loisuroly and mounted
thoir horses. Tho boss led tho way
down tho spur of mountain towards the
point of locks. Ted Marring nnd Oscar
Overton, now neu in tho country, and
now to ovory man in the outfit but Bed
Wilkins, wore slow in starting.
"Sing out if yu'r coming," yelled
Forrot, "fur if you don't you'll hae
to hit cover."
"You fcllors go on if you want to;
wo'ro goin' to play out our hands,"
shouted Marring, nnd, reigning to the
loft tho two cowboys circled olT towards
tho mesa, where tho coaches wore plod
ding along not more than x miles dis
tant. "That Lonesome Oscar and Latigo
Ted," whispered Ilcd to mo as wo rode
after Forrct, "is suro bad men, and
thoy won't stand no fooling like this.
When thoy goes out fur a hold-up thoy't
suro boun' to finish th' work. That
Doc is sure up agin tho real thing
now," concluded lied, as wo watched
the two men tearing through tho under
brush ton aids the stage road.
"Fur my part, and jookin' on at thifc
distance, it 'pears to bo a fair game,
fur both sides are goin' fo get thcii
satisfy," Bed exclaimed ns wo rode
up to Ferret, whose horso was standing
and its rider engaged in intently watch
ing tho two men on their wild chase.
"I reckon you'ro right' said Forrot.
The great coaches rocked and plunged
as tho wheels swept the' rolling mesn
road. The dust which had gathered In
the ruta was lifted to the morning
breozo and gradually powdered tin
clothes of the occupants of the conches
The party seemed annoyed by it at
first, and tho shaking of coats and dust
ing of hats plainly showed the discom
fituro which the mesa had so rudely
subjected them to; but as tho journey
woro on and tho dust gathered on hatt
and garments almost as fast as it waf
shaken off, the party became reconciled
Even the eyelashes of tho ladies took
on a dust color which was not alto
gether unbecoming, however disagree
ablo it might havo been to them. Bui
there was so much to see so many
scenes entirely new to them now that
they wore in close contact with what
they had observed from tho car win
dows. Tho mesa gently spread its robot
of dust over them, and when tho head
coach stopped and Dr. Boso announced
that a halt was made that light rofrcsh
meats might bo served, the members of
the party realized how completely cov
crcd they were and the disguise struck
them as really funny; but when the
light powdered dust fell from them
with a shake of tho body they were
nioro than ever filled with Hiirprisc.
"It is really not so unpleasant at
our eastern dust," remarked Mrs.
Bicker of Boston; "but ono must put
up with such hardships if ono wishes to
enter the wilderness. However, there
will bo much to compensate for thif
"You should not mind this," ox
claimed Dr. Boso, who was busy direct
ing tho preparations for the luncheon.
"Efforts to gain tho good things of life
are often nccompanied by tho greatest
hardships. Fspcnooza might long ago
havo been discovered had it not selected
this wilderness as a hiding place."
Tho doctor was as chippor as the
youngest member of tho party, and the
afflictions of tho journoy were made
lighter by tho mnnncr in which ho inter
ested tho party in tho strango vegota
lion nnd shrubbery, nnd stories of tho
dangers which constantly besot tho
traveler in such an untamed and un
"Tho most dangerous portion of tho
journey," said tho Doctor varningly,
"is tho point where the- road enters the
forest over there. But wo shall not
bo bothered, and, should such a scene
as a hold-up occur thoro is no causo for
excitement, for I venturo to bay there
is not a hundred dollars in tho cntiro
party. If we should submit to tho work
of tho robbers quiotly no ono would bo
harmed but what's tlio uso of talking
about hold-ups these days. It is foolish
to think of it but sliould one take
place I am suro I should give up what
I have willingly, nnd that is vory littlo,
I can assure j'ou."
"But tho stock," put in Mrs. Blckor,
"thoy would suroly tako it from us,
would thoy not?"
"My dear madam," lospondcd tho
doctor, laughingly, "what do you sup
pose desperados would want with this
mining stock? Thoy would not roajizo
Dr. Boso led tho conversation during
tho luncheon nnd scorned to press a
discussion of tho Jioldtup' subject, yot
when it was taken up in earnest did
his utmost to allay tho fears of tho
crowd, nnd no one really regarded such
a sceno ns at all imminent.
"Well," exclaimed a Now York
lndy, who was with her husband on tho
joninoy, "I do hopo I won't faint so
I will havo somothing to tell tho folks
bnck east that is, if we nro held up,"
and slio shuddered as tho words camo
from her lips.
But that tho subject was a timely ono
tho events of tho next fow hours proved
beyond all doubt.
Tho drivers of the stages, three old
time frontiersmen, had seen many hold
ups in thoir duys, but of lato years such
a thing was almost unknown. When
tho driver of tho leading coach saw two
men riding close togethor and coming
at great speeu tnrougn tlio mcsquitc
and sagebrush towards tho coaches ho
thought perhaps thoy woro messengers
from tho mine or friends coming to
meet tho Doctor; therefore ho paid lit
tlo attention to them.
Tho riders wero almost upon tho
coaches before he noticed them again,
atul they wero separating. A few mo
ments later ono of the men was ap
proaching tho head stago leisurely and
tho other had circlod out nnd was evi
dently riding to meet the second stage,
which followed four or fivo hundred
'Tut. 'em up, pard," demanded the
rider, nnd tho driver of tho old days
instinctively set the brakes and held his
arms above his head.
''RnH.tr irnf ilmi'tl T triwitlo Hi ' litocma
'11 stand," continued the desperado.
"No one's to get hurt," said he, "as
tho driver oponed tho coach door, "but
if there's any money in the crowd, bet
ter conic up with it. Gents, don't bo
backward or slow, fur it's gcttin' late
and you'll miss supper in camp. An',
you'll Avant to hurry and seo lh' fine J
ore at Kspenooza. It's sure comin'
your way in burro loads, Doc," con
cluded tho desperado.
Dr. Bose moved towards tho door of
tho coach and alighted as though ho.
was accustomed to hold-ups.
"I'm afraid you won't find much,"
exclaimed the doctor, holding a small
satchel out to tho robber. "Hero's a
roll of bills, all the monoy in the
rowd, nnd tho satchel has all our other
valuables. Take it nnd go."
Tho robber took tho roll of bills and
dioved them down his boot, then open
ing the satchel, glanced quickly at its
"Tako this back, pard," ho exclaim
ed, with a half-smile showing beneath
his hardened features. "It's no good
fur me, and I reckon it's bad sort of
paper for any man to touch who has
the senso of a yearling.
"Take it back, or I'll put a hole in
you big enough for a rat to crawl
through," ard tho doctor quickly
jboyed. "It's mighty purty paper,"
"ontinued the robber, "but wo can't
:a&li it in fur two bits in Arizona."
Putting spurs to his horse the desper
ado rode off, riding half-turned in his
nddlo, and two six-shooters pointed at
the little group standing at the side of
tho coach. His partner, who had stop
acd the other coaches, joined him and
tho two rode on towards the valloy at
Dr. Bose, who was as cool as the
driver that stood at the wheels of the
ioach during the hold-up, became ncrv
)va when tho robbers left, and his usual
ruddy faco took on an ashen pallor.
Tho hold-up was conducted so quietly,
nnd no ono but tho doctor being dis
turbed, the other members of tho party
rather enjoyed the scene. As the des
pcradoS disappeared iu the undulating
mesa they crowded about Dr. Rose and
talked excitedly about the experience.
But the doctor only laughed half-heartedly,
and his friends concluded that he
.vas really frightened.
"And did you notice how ho throw
back tho satchel with all our stock cer
tificates and took that little roll of
bills,." exclaimed a member of tho par
ty. "How lucky wo wero that ho did
aot know tho real value of tho stock."
Van Wagcncn, next door to the post
lfiicc, docs a general painting and pa
per hanging business. All work guaran
Is one of Globo's oldest and best
.mown cafes; everything first-class In
ais lino. Call and bo convinced.
Don't Miss This
"Climbing Mont Blanc," ono of tho
best moving pictures yet shown at tho
Iris theater. Last timo tonight.
Wo hereby challenge any cutter or
fitter to compete against Joo Bauer,
recently from Now York (who is hero
for his health, not wages) for any
amount from $1 to $500 in a contest
for supremacy on cutting and fitting
ladles or gents' clothing. No ono barred.
215 CHICAGO TAILORING CO.
If you want to enjoy a good rest go
to tho Indian Hot Springs. 2G9
399 Broad Streot WATCH US GEOW
This Is the Place
Don't forget to placo your poultry or
ders with us. Turkeys, Ducks, Chick
ens, fancy Broilers and Spring Chick
ens always on hand.
Try one of our fancy
.Juicy Rib Roasts at
1 5c per lb.
Gcnuino Sheep and Lamb always to
bo had at tho Central Market. For a
square deal and treatment call at
The Central Meat
JAMES Pins, Manager
H. C. Hopkins
U. S. MINERAL
Room 16; Globe Building
I R. SScott
Lettering of All Kinds
Highest class Work and
Rear Gila Valley Bank
Edmund T. Satchell
As say erd Chemist
141 BBOAD STBEET P. O. Box 807
The nbove market main
tains its well known rep
utation for excellence,
Of first class quality and
at prices to suit all.
Courtesy and atten
tion to customers is our
JOE RYAN, - Manager
We have received and have now on display
a large line of
ORGANDIES PONGEE SILK
FRENCH AND SHADOW SILK
PERSIAN LAWNS CHINA SILK
EGYPTIAN DIMITY JAPANESE SILK
NAINSOOK TAFFETA SILK
SWISS AND FANCY SILK
INDIA MULL NOVELTY SILK
DOTTED SWISS TARLATAN
AND A FULL LINE OF PLAIN AND NOVELTY
WOOL DRESS GOODS IN ALL THE LEADING
ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF SHIRT WAISTS
We have received a new line of Millinery.
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Globe's "PURE FOOD" Store
Now that thero Is no furth:r argument about summer really being
here, it is well to look to your health In regard to what yon want to
cat. In regular lines wo aro particular that everything Is up to our
high standard and conforms U tho Puro Food Laws. If you have
not beon a customer of ours previously, give U3 a portion of your pat
ronago and bo convinced.
Ferndell Goods Can't Be Beat
For salo at tho PUBE FOOD STOEE
SCOBLE, SOBEY & CO.
THE GLOBE NATIONAL BANK
The first year of business was a very satisfactory one We are more
than pleased with the support gfiven us by our friends, and the public
is invited to extend us their help with the assurance that we can
grant them every courtesy consistent with good banking.
I. N. KINSEY, Incorpdrated
Dealers iii listed and unlisted securities
Quotations from New York, Boston and Duluth by quick wire service
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins
Office in Lobby of Dominion Hotel Phone 1221
The Lunch Problem is on that
confronts every business man.
"Where can I get a good, whole
some lunch, well cooked and
quickly served?'' Is a ques
tion that almost every busy man
asks himself every day.
We make a specialy of serving a
"BUSINESS MAN'S LUNCH,"
well cooked, always ready to
serve and centrally located as we
are, insure celerity and satisfac
tion. Try us today
A. F. BANICEVICH,
RICHARD E. GOODWIN
Box 407 GLOBk', ARIZONA
L (1ITIMATR Seciikt Skuvick In all Its
brnncbLH. Investigations. Collections and
ervlntf of Wurruiiin. Prompt attention to
callH, and nil business handled In strlotost con
fidence. Klrkt-cluwi work tuaranteud.
Office with Judge Rawlingt
Assayer and Chemist
H. E. B1ERCE
Agent for DEMING SMELTER
Standard Transfer Co.
TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE
All Kinds of Heavy Hauling Done
PEARY H. HUGHES
PHONE 691 ' GLOBE, A. T.
For carpets and linoleums laying. Also
general house cleaning.
Call up Phono 691.
:OUR TOTAL RESOURCES ARE $450,000.00:
a I IdMI f " ' ' I ' I i .
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Globe Meat Market
We Carry tho Very
eest Line of
Beef, Mutton, Pork,
Veal, Hams and Bacon
Next Saturday We Will Have a
Fine Display of
ORDER EARLY They won't last
long Telephone 31 1
W. L. Dwyer, Manager
LOUIS WAT.LIMAN, Proprietor 8
Finest Pasteurized Milk Q
and Cream delivered to O
any part of the city. 8
GLOBE, - ARIZONA 8
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SUEOEONS
Office Eooms, 5-7-9 Trust Building
Office Phone Main 18il
Residence, Dominion Hotel
Hotel Dominion pVone 1341
Office: ROOMS 1-3 TRUST BUILDING
GEORGE K. FRENCH
Rooms 7 and 8. P. O. Bldjj. Phone 1241
U. S. DEPUTY
Booms 26 and 2C2 Globo Building
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