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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Wednesday, Sept. 25, jt
J. C. PHILLIPSON
INSURANCE, LOANS and REAL ESTATE
Main 4 1
Let the Old Fire I!
Our, property is insured with one of those good old com- J
panies represented and written by J. C.
CAN YOU SAY Tins FOR YOUR PROPERTY NEIGH
BOR? If not, havo'nt you had object lossons enough of
lato? Bettor insura your homo boforo It is too lato.
Why Not Own Your Own Home ?
Wo loan money on easy tonus at low rates of Interest.
Wo represent the best loan association in tho Southwest.
' Real Estate
Wo havo on our list many of tho best real estate bar
gains to bp had in tho city. If you aro oithcr buying or
soiling you will sivo money by calling on us. .Whether
Wd buy or sell, wo GUARANTEE A SQUARE DEAL.
Our Motto: "A SQUARE DEAL" f
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E. w. armstrong'had
A STRENUOUS GETAWAY
GLOBE SIGHTS AND
Current News of Busy Globo Told in
Miss Myrtlo Miller is tho guest of
friends in North Globe.
Sam Ryan leaves today for Silver
City, N. M., whero ho will locate.
Superintendent Mallard of tho Vnllov
road has roturned from a business trip
to El Paso.
Tho Ladies Aid will meet at tho'resi
donco of Mrs. J. Pax ton this afternoon
at 3 o'clock.
Oicar Ingram leaves this morning for
Bowie, where ho will transact business
Attorney Neil M. Allred will leave
this morning for Prescott and will re
turn with his family.
Vacinto Morelaz, Mexican, drunk and
down, had a hearing in Justice Thomas'
court yesterday and was sentenced to do
six daj's in tho city jail.
II. E. Smith of tho Globo Ice company
will leavo this morning for his old homo
in Pleasant Ridge, Ky., whero ho will
spond about two months.
Mossrs. C. II. Blakeslco and Gcorgo
II. G'lomonts, representing tho circula
tion department of tho El Paso Herald,
aro working up new business in Globe.
Three vags were arraigned in Justice
Rawjings' court yesterday morning.
Two wore sontenced for ten days and
the other for six days in tho cpunty
jail. . ,
An effort is being mado to sccuro tho
release of James Manning, the exposer,
on an appeal bond of $300. Lawyer
French has boon rotained to look after
James Wylio has secured a three
year lease on the N. L. Amstcr property,
and is renovating and refitting tho place
and will occupy one-Jtalf ,of tho build
ing, "leasing tho other half.
Tho grade has been established along
tho cast side of Broad street between
tho courthouso and tho Trust building.
The old wooden sidewalks aro being
removed. They will bo replaced with
- W. C. Poster, public examiner, who
lias been in tho city examining county
records for tho past few days, will leavo
, this morning for tho south. Ho reports
tho records and finances of Gila county
in a highly satisfactory condition.
It is reported that tho federal author
ities will soon inako a number of ar
rests in Globe for violations of tho Ed
munds act. Quito a number of Mex
icans, it is said, who aro living together
as man and wife, havo overlooked tho
formality of a wedding ceremony.
Tho newspaper stories regarding .Ter
ry Dougherty's confinomont in tho Mc
Kanna sanitarium aro a littlo mislead
ing. Jorry is jaying for his own treat
ment nnd is a charge on no person, and
tho liqlt is glad -to announce that the
"old-timor" is getting along iu good
Thomas' O'Keef was arrested yester
day'moruing in front of the St. Elmo
saloon by Oflicor Lowthian charged
with using vulgar and obscene lan
guage in tho presonco of ladies and chil
dren. O'Kcefo was arraigned nnd en
tered a plea of not guilty. His trial
was sot for this morning at 10 o'clock.
For illegal conduct while under the
influenco of liquor, E. L. aldron, a
woll known carpenter of tho city, will
do forty days in jail. Roso Smith, a
negro woman, wns the complaining wit
ness. Waldron is a good mechanic, but
whisky has him down nnd out nnd of
lato ho has been spending considerable
time in tho city jail.
(Continued froth Puge One) '
personal funds, and it would scorn from
lator developments proposed to savo
themselves at his expense, though ho
had no responsibility in tho failuro and
was known to thorn to bo Bimply in
tho employ of Klnsoy and in no wise
iu control' of tho funds of tho com
pany. Fiom the story Armstrong has frcoly
related to frfonds liore, it is gathcredv
that his cseapo from Globo with his
money nnd his subsequent trip to Can
anoa was a stronuous proceduro through
out. Following tho assertion of tho
creditor who iorced matters to an issue
that ho had , sworn out a warrant for
tho .arrest -of Armstrong, thp latter went
directly to tfio bank, at which ho bad
personal nccounts and withdrew his
monoy. Tins was in tho morning short
ly aftor tho oponing of tlio banksfor
business and presumably tho banks sup
posed that tho withdrawals were mado
to meet tho requirements of the day,
With his monoy in his pocket Arm
strong sot out for Cananca on horse
back, though ho had never boforo at
tempted a trip in the saddle of moro
than a fow miles. From Globe ho rode
to Christmas and from there to Winkcl
man at the junction of tho Gila and
San Pedro rivors. From Winkclmnn
ho rodo straight up tho San Pedro val
ley tp near Osborn, whore ho crossed
tho lino nnd headed into Cananca. Ho
arrived horo Thursday last after four
days' riding, covering in that time moro
thnn 250 miles. Armstrong was com
pletely worn out on reaching tho city
nnd hns not yot roebvered from the
hnrd trip and tho worry attendant. It
was iu the hope that the trip south on
which ho started his afternoon would
aid in pulling him together that frionds
urged him to tnko it,
Since hero Armstrong hns received no
word from Globo nor heard in any man
nor from Kinsoy. Ho remains firm iu
his statomont that he will return to
Globe at any timo that Kinsey does,
and do all ho can toward straightening
out the books of tho concern, but is
equally positive in the assertion that
ho will not go back to Globo alone to
enrry a load that belongs on the shoul
ders of Kinsoy alono.
A good show at tho Iris tonight. En
tiro change Thursday.
Pinto Crook Stage Co.
From now on the Pinto Creok Stago
Co. will run tri-wcekly; leaving Globe
Monday's, Wednesday's and Friday's
at 10 a. m.; returning stage leaves Pinto
Creek at 9 a. m. Faro ono way $2;
rpind trip $4. Phono 481. 310
Fall goods arriving daily at Ingram's,
. A Tunny Show
Professor Stillman, tho hypnotist, is
making plenty of fun at the Iris.
Crawford shoes for men at Ingram's,
Storage room phono C01.
Wo frame pictures. Naquin 4 Co.
Tho way to got rid of a cold, whether
it bo a ' '.bad cold-' or just a littlo pno,
is to got it out of your system through
the bowels. Nearly all cough cures, es
pecially those that contain opiates, arc
constipating. Kennedy's Laxative
Cough Syrup contains no J)piates and
acts gently on tho bowels. Pleasant to
take. Sold by Hanna 's Drug Store.
A good show at tho Iris tonight. En-
tiro chango Thursday.
Thcroi a reason for that ncho in your
back right whero it "stitches" every
timo you bond over or walk any dis
tance. It's your kidnoys. Tako De
Witt's Kidncv and Bladder Pills. Thoy
aro uncqualed for backache, weak kid
noys and inflnniDiition of tho bladder.
A week's treatment 25 cents. Sold by
Hanna 'a Drug Storo.
OLD DOMINION COPPER MINING & SMELTING CO.
R. B. Hegardt, Superintendent.
Globe, Arizona, Sept. 3, 1907v
L. II. Brown, Secretary-Troasurcr, Gila County Abstract Com
pany, Inc., Globo, Arizona:
I desiro to express my entire satisfaction and apprecia
tion for tho prompt and fair manner in which the loss, which
occurred on July 30th to tho minors' chango room, has boon
settled by tho various companies interested.
I must congratulate you upon being so fortunate as to
havo such a flno lino of companies in your office.
OLD DOMINION COPPER MINING & SMELTING CO.
Robert B. Hegardt, Supt.
This is ono of tho many lottera of appreciation for entiro satisfaction
of claims paid through our ofllco. Wo control tho bulk of insuranco busi
ness in Globo because of our efficiency ,in tho execution of policies to
gother with our fair treatment of tho public and tho promptness in set
tling all claims.
Wo represent tho strongest Tiro Insuranco Companies in America and
when you insuro with us you may rest assured that your policy Is exe
cuted properly and written In a company that will pay a loss should
Gila County Abstract Co., Inc.
Telephone 441 Over Brown's Store
Chocplatcs kept cobl and fresh in
Jho hottest woathor at Van Wagonons
Post Ofllco Store. Call and bo .convinced.
Owing to tho increase of tho cost of
hay and barloy, wo will be obliged to
raise tho price of boarding horses and
of livery. A rato card will bo found in
our ofllco. Effective Octover 1, 1907.
BARCLAY, IIIGDON & CO.
A Funny Show
Professor Stillman, tho hypnotist, is
making plenty of fun at the Iris.
ORGANIZED FOR BUSINESS
Will Tako Up tho Complaint of tho Val-
ley. Road and Listen to tho Talcs
of Woo of Merchants
Tho grievanco comuiittce, rccontly
nppointcd by tho board of governors of
the chamber of commerce, met yester
day afternoon fii the ofllco of District
Attorney Henry and orgauized by elect
ing tho following officers:. .
Chairman Henry Thompson.
Vice chairman M. E. Conboy.
Secretary L. L. Henry. '
Tho committee has started on a strcn
uous campaign of correcting existing
evils, Tho .complnint of Superintendent
Mallard pf tho Valley road has b.ecn
taken up and an effort will bo made to
havo business men promptly unload
(freight 'cars delivered in tho local
yards. As a sort of "come-back," a
number of business men assert that the
yardmen refuse to" "spot" cars unless
they are bribed. The chargo will be
thoroughly investigated. Tho commit
tee is desirous of hearing all legitimate
LEADS TO A GUN PLAY
"Ain-'t you closed up yot, scab I"
Maybe tho questioners were simply
jashing; maybo they -were serious
in tno interrogation; but, however that
mny bo, tho two fresh young men who
passed the question up to Steve Metro-
vich, who is employed in tho offices of
Jurovich & Co., doing business jn Eaglo
canyon, will perhaps never fully realizo
how closo they camo to getting a very
Mctrovich is a strong union man at
heart. He was ngagcV in finishing up
sorno work in tho offices of tho storo
Inst evening when w'o young mon
passed tho store. Ono of. them shouted
in at tho open window:
"Ain't you closed up yet, scab?"
Mctrovich 's blood boiled with right
eous indignation. He hates a scab with
tho same intensity that lie despises a
rattlesnake, and, reaching for a gun,
shoved tho barrel out tho open window
nnd probably "would bavc fired but tho
fresh ones had flown.
The arm of a huge crane struck the
telegraph wires at San Carlos last nighty
putting tho local office out of" commis
sion. A single wire was repaired, for
railroad business, but gave poor satisfaction.
General Robert E. Lee
Was tho greatest general tho world has
over known. Ballard's Snow Liniment
is .the greatest liniment. Quickly cures
all pains. It is within tho reach of all.
T. II. Pointer Hempstead, Texas,
writes: "This is to certify that Bal
lard's Snow Liniment has been used
in my housohold for years and 'has been
found to be an excellent liniment for
rheumatic pains. I am never' without
it." Sold by Palaco Pharmacy.
4 per cent per annum paid on 3
months Term Deposits at The Globa
Bank & Savings Co. Open an account
today. Got ono of our Savings Banks.
Don't Be Fooled
When buying candy. Be sujre you
got fresh goods by buying your
candy from us. We aro 'manu
facturing Cream Chocolates, Bon
Bona, Mint and Chocolate Wafers,
Taffy and. Marshmallows, Salted
Peanuts, Peanut4 Crisp and Brit-
tie, all fresh and wholesome.
An Ounce of Prevention
Is worth a pound of euro. Thcro ar"o
many poor sufferers, consumptives, who
aro hopeless of getting well who, if
they hod taken care .of themsolvcs,
would now be well. A cough is tho
foundation of consumption. Ballard's
Horehound Syrup "will euro that cough.
Mrs. S , Great Falls, Mont., writes:
"I have used Ballard's Horehound Syr
up in my family fpr years my chil
dren never suffer with coughs."
Tho Fords havo bought tho Barbecue
stand nnd do all kinds of cooking to
tako home. Nico meat barbecued every
day. Mako a specialty of club and
pnrtylunehes. Wo are just two blocks
west of tho Silver Belt office. tf
A good show at tho Iris tonight. En
tiro chango Thursday.
Cures Old Sores
Westmoreland. Kan.. Ballard Snow
Liulmcnt, Co. Your Snow Liniment
cured nn old sore on the side of mychin
that was Bupposea toDO,acanccr, ino
sore was stubborn nnd would' not yield
to treatment until I tried Snow Lini
ment, which did the work in short or
der. My sister, Mrs. Sophia J. Carson,
Allonsvjllc, Miffin county, Pennsylvania,
has a soro and mistrusts, that it is a
cancer. Please send her a 50;cent bot
tle. Sold by Palaco Pharmacy.
'A Funny. Show
Professor Stillman, the hypnotist, is
making plenty of fun at tho Iris.
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co.
Capital $100,000 Surplus $25,00n
L. D. Rickctts D. W. Wickersham T. A. Pas(.
- A. T. Thomson H. S. Van Gordor
C. E. Mills ft E. M. Hurd Ph. FreudentU
A. rj. ouiuiuuij
INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS
All Classes of Accounts Invited. Foreign Exchange at Lowest Haul
xj. jxl. uuiuj, ixumagcr
Musfc Pupils, Notice
Pupils who have enrolled and others
desiring to enter Miss Narcissa Chap
man's music class will meet her at onco
at Mrs. M. A. Long, 157 South Broad,
opposite Dominion hotel.
For tho return of a bay horse, branded
L S. I., white spot on forehead; both
hind legs whito around ankles. A To
ward of $8 will bo paid for information
leading to the discovery of tho horso
or a reward of $15 for its return to
Louis Tomusevicli, P. O. Box 1027,
Storago room phone 601.
I The Hanna
Hanna's Drug Store measures up to the
very highest standard in giving satisfaction.
The test of any store should be the manner
in which Its patrons are treated whether
they are satisfied patroiis or not.
Customer's are the real judges of
store's poplarity and' Hanna's is judged
right and true by the purchasing public.
We use the very finest quality of ab
solutely pure drugs, and along with that
we sell them at a price that cairt be undersold.
Our Kodak Department is
growing in popularity daily.
The Alexander Theater
Moving Pictures and Illustrated
Songs. Change of program Wednes
days and Sundays. Two performances
each cvpning. First, 7:30 p. m.; sec
ond 8:30 p. m. General admission,
15 cents; reserved, 25 cents.
Program three nights ending Tues
day, September 21
Overture Prof. Bergoron
"On the Brink"
"Countryman's Visit to Paris"
Dlustratcd Song by O. E. Jonnings
"Just Plain Folks"
"Vengeanco of tho Algerine"
March Prof. Bergeron
Illustrated Song by Charles Jennings
"When the Birds In Georgia Sing
! of Tcnnessco"
"Secret of Death Valloy"
"Rough on tho Fireman"
Theaters on Iris circuit: Blsbee,
Globo, Morcnci, Nogales, Tucson, El
Paso and Cananca.
Three Nights Ending Wednesday
By PROFESSOR REnfBOTH
"A Servant's Generosity"
(A touch of nature)
Rorralno, Keith and Rcardon in
illustrated song entitled
"When tho Flowers Bloom in the
"Tho Hypnotist 's Revenge '
(A very funny novelty)
In Illustrated Song Entitled
"Tho Good Old U. S. A."
"Tho Bargain Fiend"
(A very funny one)
General Admission 15c
Reserved seats 25c
First Performance 7:30 p. m.
Second Performance 8:30 p. m.
FIVE DAYS MORE SKATING
Will Open the
October 2 and 3 -Two Nights Only
Don't Miss This Weeks Skating
1 1 n 'i'-m"i'"4'i'ii'ii":ii"K"W
I Palace Pharmacy!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS
"We Lead, Others Follow"
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention
i Largest Line Drugs, Toilet Articles I
, ana ounanes
J. WATT HOGUE
JAMES W. HOGUE
Vfrn PrMlrlnnf and r-.
. -v .w.wMV vagmjj
Living, as wo aro, in tho ago of commercialism, tho great maw
aro in a condition to see things in a better light. When the dollar ttA
to talking, tho i3ms and ologies of the ancient bards pale Into insigaiil
cance ncsido tno argument or present actualities. Actualities cox!
tno ammtious to stnvo to sausiy mu cuiuvaica requirements of t
age. This age givc3 great possibilities to those who cultivate the
dowments which naturo has given. If ho throws aside tho superstitijl
traits which befouled tho advancement or tno stone ana iron age, J
tho pcoplo then lived, awaiting tho turn of luck to rido them safe fcl
tho harbor of prosperity. We wish to state that
The Home Investment Co. Is
In the Real Estate Business
Buying or selling a homo or lot, give us a call and let tho best b;;
Utility and Hired id
i : The H. H. Bru Company, Inc
DEALERS IN LISTED AND UNLISTED SECURITIES.
Wire connections with Boston, Chicago and New York Markets
Bishee, Duluth, Ishpeming and Calumet curb markets a specialty.
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins.
STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSIONS.
t Trust Building Globe, Arizona Telephone ;
tttMtM I 'M" MI t IM Htt
THE EL SIDELO C1GAI
SOLOMON-WICKERSHAM CO., Diitributors
Open an Account with us Tod
Quality Goods and Accurate Service -
WE WELL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN PLACENG YOUR KA
ON OUR BOOKS. YOU SHOULD BE GLAD TO HAVE IT
FOR MANY REASONS.
1. YOU CAN BE ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN .OF GETTENG qW
2. OUR SERVICE IS PROMPT, PAINSTAKING, ACCURATE t
3. OUR SOLICITORS ARE THE VERY BEST TO BE HAD.
4. YOU PAY NO MORE FOR OUR GOODS THAN ELSEWK
With a Monthly Contract you get Cash prices. Why? Because 1
days is cash with us and a great convenience to many.
JUST TRY US FOR 30 DAYS
NOW IS THE TEME TO BEGIN. EVERYTHING SOLD ON
STRICT GUARANTEE. MONEY BACK IF WE DON'T PLEASE xl
GLOBE COMMERCIAL 0
mo NA" HATTYS go.
This is only on
of the man
styles carried aj
We are now showing the most
complete line of hats ever shown
in Globe. All grades, the latest
styles and the lowest prices. A
hat for every head in town.
Merchants...! 51 N. Broad St.
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I The Lamson Business Cqllej
The Great Mining School of tho Southwest
Thn Lamson Business Colloeo has earned its name and fame
eighteen years of successful work. It has just started In on an
. Ttrti(Vi nrmnlcu tn Tin tin h.anner vear of Itft history. NO
school in tho southwest does such thorough work or Is so well preP5
to secure positions for Its, graduates.
New classes art being organized daily. Students may enter at
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