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'DAILY ARIZONA' SILVER .BELT
Friday, October 4 joJ
J. C. PHILLIPSON
INSURANCE, LOANS and REAL ESTATE
Main 41 1
Let the Old Fire
Our property is insured with one of those good old com
panies represented and written by J. C.
OAN YOU SAY THIS FOB YOUR PROPERTY NEIGH
BOR? If not, havo'nt you had object lossons enough of
lato? Better insura your homo boforo It 13 too lato.
Why Not Own Your Own Home ?
Wo loan money on easy -terms at low rates of Interest.
Wo represent the best loan association In tho Southwest.
Wo havo on our list many of tho best real estate bar
gains to bo had In tho city. If you aro either buying or
selling you will svo money by calling on us. .Whether
we buy or sell, wa GUARANTEE A SQUARE DEAL.
Our Motto: "A SQUARE DEAL"
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GLOBE SIGHTS AND
Current News ol Busy (Hobo Told in
Gathering Evidence. Federal author
ities havo been in tho city during tho
past few days gathering evidence
which will bo used in tho land fraud
cases of Now Mexico.
Fractured Arm. Willio Graham. 11-
year-old son of Wnliaco Graham, 'resid
ing on Nob hill, fell from a burro yes
terday afternoon and fractured his loft
arm just below tho elbow. Tho littlo
fellow was engaged in a down-hill race
with another youngster when tho am
Night School. Professor E. S. Young
of Hutchinson, Kan., is in the city in
vestigating conditions with a view to
opening a night school, in which ho
contemplates teaching tho common Eng
lish branches. He expects to got n
largo patronage from tho foreign popu
Ladies Save Money and buy a winter
coat at Tho Toggery; new styles, now
goods. They aro going at cost. THE
TOGGERY, next to St. Elmo. F. II,
Body Forwarded. Tho remains of
David Williams, who mot death at tho
Did Dominion Keystone mino on Sun
day last, wcro yesterdny forwarded to
Pennsylvania for interment.
Still Improving. Judge Robertson of
tho probate court, who has been quite
ill during tho past week, is reported to
bo improving rapidly, and, in all prob
ability, will bo in his office next week.
Surprise Party. Miss Sadio Clark
was surprised by a number of her
j'oung friends on Wednesday evening at
her home, 375 South Hill street, tho oc
casion being the eleventh anniversary
of her birth. Tho littlo miss was taken
wholly by surprise, but was equal to
tho emergency and assisted in giving
her friends a royal good time. Games
wcro played during tho evening and a
servico of lemonade, punch and cake
Ladies, Havo You attended tho clos
ing out sale of all ladies' and children's
ready-to-wear garments at The Toggery,
next to tho St. Elmo. F. II. Christy. '
Hand Crushed. Whilo loading stones
on a wagon in North Globo yesterday
nfternoon George McConnell, a local
teamster, had his right hand badly
crushed. As ho was in tho act of rais
ing a large atono from tho ground a
good sized bouldor fell from the wagon,
pinioning his hand between tho stouo
on tho ground and the ono that fell
from tho wagon.
Now Offices. Rawlins & Littlo, tho
well known local attomoys, havo leased
a suit of rooms in tho now Globo Oflico
budding and will romovo from tho
Trust building tho first of next week.
They nnnounco that thoy will havo tho
finest offices in tho city.
Girl Baby. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo L.
Bosworth, residing in East Globe, aro
tho parents of a girl baby, n result of
a visitation of tho stork on Wednesday
A Well Ploasod Audience. Another
crowded house grcoted tho William II.
West Minstrels at Dreamland last night
and a bottor pleased audience never
loft this popular amusement hall. Tho
perfect work of tho first night was du
plicated and thoro was a sufficient
change of program to mako tho first
nighters feel that thoy had obtained
their money's worth in witnessing tho
entertainment for tho second time. It
is one of tho best minstrel shows on the
road today and any city is fortunato
which can secure tho West minstrels
Just Arrived. An immonso assort
ment of ladies', misses' and children's
coats. Wo aro closing thorn out at cost,
THE TOGGERY, Next to St. Elmo. F.
A Daughter. Born to Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen Lowis Hamilton an eight-pound
girl baby at 0 o'clock last evening.
Mother and daughter doing fine.
E. A. Whito registers at tho Dominion
E. N. Jenkins of El Paso is doing
a business turn in the city.
Sam R. Sprccher and Joo Brennan aro
spending a few days at tho Indian Hot
Mrs. A. D. Smitz of Butter, Mo., is
a guest in tho family of August Dietz in
J. E. Mclntiro and Paul Peiric of St.
Joseph, Mo., are in tho city looking af
ter mining interests.
Miss Annio Camp of Terrell, Texas,
is tho guest of Miss Myra Jacobson on
East Cottonwood street.
W. Burwell of San Carlos is a busi
ness visitor in "the city and is among
tho guests at tho Dominion.
Charles Allen and D. E. Andrcss of
Morcnci reached tho city last night
and aro !eing entertained at tho Domin
ion. A. Hansen, manager of tho Domin
ion hotel, is transacting busincs in Los
OLD DOMINION 'COPPER MINING & SMELTING CO.
R. B. Hcgardt, Superintendent.
Globo, Arizona, Sept. 3, 1007.
L. H. Brown, Socrotary-Treasurer, Gila County Abstract Com-
pany, Inc., Olobo, Arizona:
I desire to oxprcs3 my ontiro satisfaction and apprecia
tion for tho prompt and fair manner In which tho loss, which
occurred on July 30th to tho miners' chango room, has been
settled by tho various companies Interested.
I must congratulate you upon being so fortunato 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 lettors of appreciation for entire satisfaction
of claims paid through our offlco. Wo control tho bulk of Insurance busi
ness in Globo because of our efficiency in tho execution of policies to
gether with our fair treatment of tho public and tho promptness in set
tling all claims.
Wo represent tho strongest Firo Insliranco Companies In America and
when you insuro with U3 you may rest assured that your policy is exo
ciitod properly and written in a company that will pay a los3 should
Augolos. Ho will roturn to Globo on
N. M Allrcd, nccompaniod by Mrs.
Allrcd and child, roturncd last night
from Prescott, and will mnko Globo
their future homo.
Irs. Judgo Nnvo nnd children will
roturn to Globo Sunday night from
California, whoro thoy hnvo boon spend
ing tho past two weoks.
J. N. Portor, president of tho First
Nntionnl bank, roturnod last night from
El Paso, whoro ho has been transacting
businoss for a number of days.
Joo Sliollonboigor, distilct inanngor
of tho International Correspondence
Hohool, Scranton, Pa., is making his
regular pay day visit to Globo.
J. II, Dixon and Mrs: Dixon, accom
panied by Ernest KnoofTol, roturncd on
Wednesdny evening from a visit with
frionds and relatives in Kansas.
E, L: Watson of Youngstown, Ohio,Js
doing a business turn in tho city after
oxamining mining properties m which
ho is interested nt San Carlos.
Miss Nellie Crunk of Okmulgoo, I. T.,
is visiting her mother' and brother in
North Globe. Miss Crunk is connected
with tho Bank of Commerce of thnt
Family sowing and dross making
either by tho day or piece promptly and
neatly dono by Mrs. E. L. Ryan, 428
A Pino Singer
Hear Billy Cummings at tho Iris to
night. Ring up 372 for a pnlntor. Van Wag
onen will call on you and give you a
If you tnko DoWitt's Kidney and
Bladdor Pills you will got prompt ro
liof from backache, weak kidneys, in
tlammation of tho bladdor and urinary
troubles. A week's treatment 25 conts.
Sold by Hnnna's Drug Store.
Tho Fords havo bought tho Barbecue
stand nnd do all kinds of cooking to
tnko home. Nico meat barbecued ovory
day. Mnko a specialty of club and
party lunches. Wo aro just two blocks
west of tho Silvor Bolt office. if
Storage room phono 601.
Tho Best Ever Seen Hero
Thnt is what thoy all say about tho
show at tho Ins this week.
Crawford shoes for men at Ingram's,
A Fino Singer at tho Iris
Mr. Billy Cummings mado his first
nppoaranco nt tho Iris last night nnd
made tho biggest hit mado by any
singer at this house. Ho has a baritone
voico of phonomonal range and sings
with great expression. His jnano play
ing is also a feature of tho show. Mr.
Cummings is also a very clover com
edian nnd caught tho audience with his
comedy stunt at the piano.
Tho moving pictures are the best
over shown at tho Iris. Tho Harlequin's
Story is a remarkable picture 1,344 fcOt
long. This is the longest picture ever
shown in Globe. Tho latest sccno is
"Under tho Seas" is also a great
spectacular picturo containing thirty
scenes m all, some of which show great
skill in tho art of moving picturo pho
"Tho Matinco Idol" ami "Getting
His Chango" are two good comedy pic
tares which mado a hit.
This is easily the best program ever
shown at this popular place of amuse
This Is Amateur Night
At tho Iris. Tickets on sale today from
2 p. m. until C p. m. A big show tonight.
WINS WAGER; LOSES MIND
Young Man of Breslau Goes Mad Whilo
Locked in a Safo
BERLIN, October 3. A wager en
tered upon by somo young men cm
ployed in a business house at Breslau
has had a tragic sequel.
They made bets as to who- could re
main the longest in the safe. They
entered tho safo, one aftor tho other,
only to emergo when they were "threat
ened with suffocation.
'At last tho turn of tho young man
who had doviscd tho wager came. Ho
entered the safo and tho door closed
after him. When ho struck tho walls
of tho safo as a signal that ho desired
to bo released his companions could
not find tho key. After n few minutes
it dawned upon them that tho prisoner
himself had tho key.
Tho head of tho firm arrived. The
situation was explained to him. For
tunately ho had a second key in his
pockot. Tho young man was released
from tho safo half dead. When he
was brought to it was found that he
had gono quito mad.
DD3S SINGING 'GOD BE WITH YOU1
Kansas City Sunday School Teacher T
jf assos Away in onurcn
Gila County Abstract Co., Inc.
Telephone 441 Over Brown's Store
KANSAS CITY, Kan., October 3.
With tho final words of tho hymn which
ho was singing with his Sunday school
class, "God Bo With You Till Wo
Meet ngain," upon his lips, Frank B.
Mitchencr, a prominent real cstato man
of this city, dropped dead at tho Sec
ond Presbyterian church today. Mr.
Mitchencr was 51 years old.
DARROW MAY ASSIST
IN MICHIGAN CASE
Thoro will bo a special mooting of
tho Floroiieo Crittenton circle Friday
ovoning, October 4, at tho Baptist
church at 7.30. Mombcrs please take
Tho Best Ever Scon Hero
Thnt is what thoy all say about tho
show at tho Iris this week
Wo will not bo responsible for any
dobts of our prodocessors, Scoblo, So-
boy & Co.
AiyUEUiSAJJ & LUJN.N.
Boys' school suits at Ingram's.
Rhoumatism, lumbago and sciatic
pains yield to tho penetrating influence
of Ballard's Snow Liniment.
It penotrates to tho norves and bono
nnd, being absorbod into tho blood, its
healing properties aro conveyed to
ovory part of tho body and effect somo
wonderful cures. 25c, COc and $1.00.
Sold by Palace Pharmacy.
Tho Best Ever Seen Hero
That is what thoy all say about tho
show at tho Ins this week.
Owing to tho increaso of tho cost of
hay and barley, wo will be obliged to
raiso tho prico of boarding horses and
of livory, A rate card will bo found in
our office. Effective Octovcr 1, 1907.
fBARCLAY, HIGDON & CO.
Showed at tho battle of Austerlitz he
wns tho groatcst leador in tho world
Ballard's Snow Liniment has shown tho
public it is tho bost liniment in tho
world. A quick euro for rheumatism,
sprains, burns, cuts, etc. A. C. Pitts,
Rodessn, La., says: "I uSo Ballard's
Snow Liniment in my family and find
it unexcelled for sore chest, headache,
corns; in fact, for anything that can
bo reached by a liniinont."
Sold by Palaco Pharmacy.
Tho Qnicn Sabo club nt tho Elks'
convention in Philadelphia took tho
mizc and also in tho narado was tho
only club or lodgo that had no mombors
drop out in their long march. Tlio pic
tures of this naradc. which show this
club to good advantage, will bo shown
three days commencing Sunday, at mo
"Tho Red Specter," by far the most
beautifully hand colored pictures evef
shown hero, will also bo shown along
with our other subject a good comic
Saturday ovoning in connection with
the regular program will be rendered:
Duct by Jennings and Campbell en
titled "I'vo Grown Used to You."
Whistling duct by Mr. F. Loughnoy
.nnd Ed Fulwood.
Imitation of tho Scottish bagpipe by
Mr. Ed Fulwood.
Violin solo by Professor Bergeron.
Tho Women's Guild of St. John's
Episcopul church will meet with Mrs.
Walter Harirs, Pascoo hill, Friday af
ternoon at 3 o'clock. 2t
A Most Worthy Article
When an article has been on the mar
ket for years and gains frionds every
year, it is safe to call this medicine a
worthy ono. Such is Ballard's Horo
hound Syrup. It positively cures
coughs and all pulmonary diseases. One
of the best known merchants in Mo
bilo, Ala., says:
"For five years my family has not
been troubled with tho winter .coughs.
We owo this to Ballard's Horehound
Syrup. I know it has saved my chil
dren from many sick spoils."
Sold by Palaco Pharmacy.
A Fino Singer
Hear Billy Cummings at tho Iris to
night. Trade at the new Independent Market
in tho Suter Building. Not in tho trust,
t,HMHm1W'Hl'M H I
Every reliable drug store's aim should
be to supply it's patrons with the best of
everything at the lowest CONSISTENT price
together with the very best service that can
Cheap Drugs Don't Pay
Don't pay to use.
Don't pay to buy.
Don't pay to sell.
Hanna's Drug Store has none of them.
Whatever you buy at Hanna's and what
ever price you pay you have a guarantee
of highest quality with the lowest consist
The Chance Customer at Hanna's be
comes the Permanent Patron.
The Alexander Theater
Moving Pictures and Illustrated
Songs. Change of program Wednes
days nnd Sundays. Two performances
each evening. First, 7:30 p. m.; sec
ond 8:30 p. in. General admission,
15 cents; reserved, 25 cents.
Program Four Nights Ending Sat
urday, October 5
Overturo Prof. Bergeron
"Oliver Twist, or Life of a Pick
Illustrated Song by Jack Campboll
"Liko a Star that Falls from
(A story of western Hfo, one of
Holmes' latest hits)
March Prof. Borgcron
Illustrated Song by Charles Jonnings
"How'd You Liko to Bo My Boau"
"Motor Car for Salo"
Extra attractions and specialties for
Theaters on Iris circuit: Blsbee,
Globe. Morencl, Nogales, Tucson. El
Paso and Cananea.
Four Nights Ending Sunday
By PROFESSOR REINBOTH
Under the Seas
A wonderful spectacular picture
"Tho Harlequin's Story"
Patho's greatest picture, 1,344 feet
Two new ilustrated songs by Billy
Cummings, tho Iris circuit's star
A great comedy picture to close
tho show which will be tho best pic
turo show ever shown in Globe.
DON'T MISS IT
General Admission 15c
Roservod seats 25c
First Performance 7:30 p. m.
Second Performance 8:30 p. m.
HOUGHTON, Mich., October 3. It
is rumored horo thnt Attarnoys O'Brien
and Larson for the Socialists of Han
cock, convicted in ,municipal and cir
cuit courts of violating tho city ordin
ance regarding creating disturbances
and carrying red lings in tho streets,
nro endeavoring to securo tho service
of Clarenco Darrow of Haywood caso
fame, to assist in tho caso in tho state
supremo court, where it will bo car
ried. The bond for appeal is now be
ing drawn up.
Ho Takes Paris Green
LA PORTE. Ind.. October 3. AIr.
ander Gusskin, a graduate of a collogo
in Germany and a son of a professor
of Latin, committed suicjde today by
taking paris green. Ho vas despondent
over ill health and lack of work.
Company will begin
At this house
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Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co.
Capital $100,000 Surplus $25,000
L. D. Rickotts D. V. Wickersham T. A. pa5C0(1
A. T. Thomson II. S. Van Gordor
C. R Mills 13. M. Hurd Ph. FrcudcntU)
I. E. Solomon
INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS
All Classes of Accounts Invited. Foreign Exchange at Lowest Rates
E. M. HURD, Manager
J. WATT HOGUE
JAMES W. HOGUE
Vice President and dshie,
And now is tho days of summer time's hotncs3 gono fleeting ocforj
tho cooling breath of fall; and now instead of seeking reposo n tv,
shado of mountain pines to hldo from tho business end of a & i.
ouu, wu imuuiy scooc uuioro uiu iriufc-uuguu kusis ui auviiuciug Winter
whilo memories sweet and sad of pumpkin pics, apple cider, huskijj
bees and harvest days back on tho farm come a-trooping in to our tea.
plo of thought with a whoop and a rush, greatly disturbing our vtrj
affablo president, and causing our cashier to retrospectively gaze oj
tho poetical sldo of other days when tho cracking fire's burned cheer.
ny on tno ncartli of that piaco wo canca home.
The Home Investment Co.
Is ready to talk business to you about a HOME or a lot in Greater
Globe, "for fun or marbles," at any old tlrao. Buying or selling,
tho other fellows, then sco tho President, Cashier, Manager or Utihtj
The Home Investment Co.
Utility and Hired Ma
i The H. H. Bru Company, Inc.
DEALERS IN ISTED AND UNLISTED SECURITIES.
Wire connections with Boston, Chicago and Now York Markets.
Blsbee, Dulutb, Ishpeming and Calumet curb markets a specialty.
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins.
STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSIONS.
Trust Building Globe, Arizona Telephoned
THE EL SIDELO CIGAR
SOLOMON-WICKERSHAM CO., Distributors
Open an Account with us Today
Quality Goods and Accurate Service
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3. OUR SOLICITORS ARE THE VERY BEST TO BE HAD.
4. YOU PAY NO MORE FOR OUR GOODS THAN ELSEWHBIj
With a Monthly Contract you get Cash prices. Why7 Because tircl
days is cash with us and a great convenience to many.
JUST TRY US FOR 30 DAYS
NOW IS THE TIME TO BEGIN. EVERYTHING SOLD ON
STRICT GUARANTEE. MONEY BACK IF WE DON'T PLEASE i0:
GLOBE COMMERCIAL CO.
Just Arrived from Belfast, Irelan
Beautiful Assortment of Hand Woven Table Linefl
with Napkins to Match. Prices for Sets
$10.00 to $35.00
Fino Assortment of Gago Hats, tho Latest Creations from Paris.
Wo now havo a first-class and up-to-dato trimmer.
Dress Making Department
With an experienced lady in charge. A magnificent assortment of b
iful things from tho East, for your inspection.
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Old Dominion Commercial Co
l Palace Pharmac)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS
"Wo Lead, Others Follow"
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention
I Largest Line Drugs, Toilet Article
X Prescription Work a Specialty.
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