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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Sunday, October 20, jq
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E. T. STEWART,
When you insure your property, do so
with those who, when they have writ
ten your Policy you will have no
trouble to collect for your loss. We
have over twenty of the best companies
represented in Globe, and KNOW how
to attend to your wants.-
We also do a general Abstract business and when
you get an Abstract of Title from us you can rest
assured that it is a correct one. And so acknowl
edged by the leading business men of Globe.
We do a general .Real Estate, Loan and
Bond business. If you have property
for sale or rent tell us your wants, and
we will attend to them promptly.
J. C. PHILLIPSON ii
Manager ', '.
IS TO BE TESTED
Eight Women of;the Tenderlojn
Balk and Are Placed
Under Arrest -
WANTS TO INCREASE
WIDTH OF THE CANAL
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SHORT STORIES OF THE CITY
Tate-Coombs. Homer Tiito and Miss
Emnm Coombs, both of tins city, wcro
united in marriage last Friday night.
Tho ceremony jvas, performed .by Bish
op Lorenzo Hunsackcr of tho Mormon
Tincd Ten Dollars John Estabrook,
who was arrested Friday night charged
with striking a Mexican on tho head
with a largo rock and knocking him out,
was convicted yesterday on an assault
and battery charge in Justice Bawling 's
court and sentenced to pay a fino of
$10. Estabrook said ho was drunk and
didn't remember whether ho mado tho
assault or not.
A Quick Return. Friday night Frank
Smith was arrested in tho tenderloin
charged with beating up a woman of
that district, and confined in 'jail yes
terday morning. He secured his liberty
on bond. An hour after, his rclcnso ho
was caught in tho act of 'slipping a bot
tlo of whisky througjrtho bars to pri
oncrs and was again locked up.
Back Homo. Minnie Mae, who was
released from the county jail about the
middle of last wcok, was picked up yes
terday drunk, down and out, and taken
back to her old quarters. She will have
a hearing in city court tomorrow morn
ing and will undoubtedly bo given a
heavy sentence or probably a floater.
Licensed to Wed. A marriago license
was issued yesterday by Clerk Bobcrt
son to Joseph Harding and Miss Mar
garet Martin. Tho bride-elect, who is
coming from England, was oxpected to
reach the- city on tho delayed Valley
train this morning. Tho wedding cere
mony will probably be performed this
afternoon. Tho marriage will bo tho
culmination of a pretty littlo romance
dating back to the youthful days in
Great Britain of tho happy pair.
Looking for Friend. Bcgarding tho
sudden disappearance of John Ilaller
from the Baby ranch near Safford about
ten days ago, Joo Baby states that nal
lor, was not in his debt, that he was his
friend and if ho could locato Hallcr ho
would gladly render him any assist
ance possible Mr. Baby returned on
Thursday from El Paso, where ho had
gone hoping to find Ilaller, but got no
traco of him.
To Resume. Jack Knighton, former
ly deputy sheriff under Sheriff Thomp
son and now constable at Christmas, is
a visitor in tho city. Jack states that
things aro quiet at Christmas owing to
the closing down of tho Saddlo Moun
tain Mining company. It is under
stood, however, that the company will
resume operations in a short time.
Miss Alice Hall of Winfiold, Kan.,
is tho guest of Miss Mary Burgor in
North Globo. v ' x
Dr. Parker of Bollovuo camo in last
night and will opond Sunday with
friends in tho city.
Eugene Bubottpm, son of C. C. Bu
bottom, arrived in thp city last night
from Sanja Ana, Cal., and will ocato
W. II. Uhlcs of tho Continental inino
leaves today for Durango, Colo., fpr a
month's vacation and to visit with rel
atives. Mrs. Mary Jewel is entertaining Mrs.
James Smithon of Sacramento, Cal., at
hor pleasant homo on East Cottonwood
E. L. Thow and G. E. Garner of
Tempo arrived in tho city yesterday on
a business visit. iThey -will go to
Boosovolt by stage Monday.
E. L. Lambert of St. Paul, Minn., is
in tho city looking after mining inter
ests. Ho will lcavo for Now Moxico
as soon as railroad traffic is resumed.
W. T. Jennings, who ha3 boen employ
ed at tho Old Dominion for tho last
year, leaves this morning for his for
mer home, Detroit, Mich., whero ho
expects to remain for several months.
Fred Harris, who has resided hero for
tho past seven years, most of tho time
employed as n minor at tho Old Domin
ion, lenves this morning for Tuolumne
county, California, where ho expects to
spend tho winter.
Charles A. Carden, who for tho last
year and a half has been tho efficient
assistant cashier of tho Old Dominion
Commercial company, has resigned his
position nnd this morning will leave for
Los Angeles, where ho intends to locate.
Sheriff Henry Thompson, who has
been in the Pleasant valley country for
tho past two weeks, will arrive in tho
city tomorrow night, having in custody
a prisoner, who it is believed has beqn
arrested on a charge of cattle stealing.
Mrs. Leo II. Landis, wife of tho gen
eral agent of tho Gila valley road, has
received "word of tho serious illness of
her mother at Cleveland, Ohio, and will
leave this morning for that city. Mr.
Landis will accompany her as far as
B. F. Gibson returned Thursday from
a four months' visit in Oklahoma and
Texas. Ho spent tho greator portion of
tho timo in Oklahoma City, whero he
was under treatment by oyo specialists,
but derived littlo benefit. Otherwiso
tho trip was a pleasant one.
Laundry Called Tor
And delivered at Mrs. Scott's, 517 S,
Hill street. First-class work done.
Professor Morris, tho magician and
ventriloquist, at tho Alexander tonight.
"Get Your Money's Worth"
WE PAY LOSSES
We beg to announce to the public and our many
friends that we are writing Insurance as of old, giv
ing to. our policy holders Insurance that is "gilt
Remember, the reason we can pay losses so
promptly is because we employ men who understand
the writing of Insurance correctly, coupled with the
fact that we represent the largest Insurance com
panies in the world.
We own the only complete and correct set of
Abstract books of Gila county, Arizona, and we em
ploy an Abstractor who has had years of experience,
in the business.
We make loans on Real Estate. We can also
give you Bond written in the best Bond company on
earth. How about that plate glass front? Is it in
sured, if not, ring us up.
Gila County Abstract Go., Inc.
Telephone 441 Over Brown's Store
The validity of ordinanco No. 33,
providing for tho promotion of. hoalth
in tho tenderloin, is to bo tested in
Justico Bawliugs' court on Tuesday af
ternoon. Tho controversy, which has boon go
ing on over since tho adoption of tho
ordinnneo, was chmaxod yoatorday
whon oight womon of tho district wore
nrrested on .warrants charging them
with carrying on their unholy occupa
tion without first having secured a certi
ficate of health. Tho accused womon
put up cash bonds in tho sum of $25
each for thoir appearance in court ou
Tnosday and wcro discharged from cus
tody. Tho featuro of tho ordinanco that is
causing troublo is that portion provid
ing that tho examination tthnll bo made
by tho city health oflicor, who shall is
suo a certificate and collect a fco of not
to exceed $2.50 por oxnminntion, and
tho examinations shall bo mado every
fifteen days. Tho womon claim that
thoy have a right to employ any reputa
ble physician thoy may seo fit and
make. their own arrangements regard
ing tho prico to bo paid. Other phases
of tho ordinance thoy do not object to.
Uy Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, D. C, October 19.
Lieutenant H. H. Bossoau, a civil on
ginoor of tho navy" and a member of
tho isthmian canal commission, arrived
Hero from tho isthmus and laid beforo
Socrotary Metcalf a proposition to in
crease tho projected width of tho canal,
which is now planned at ono hundred
foot in the locks. Tho recommendation
is based upon the rapid increase of tho
beam in naval construction since tho
canal plans wero formed. Secretary
Motcalf wil Itako yp the matter with
tho president as, soon as possible.
Bomowhcro botweon tho smelters nnd
postoflico a packago of 5 per cent re
batd tickets issued by Win. Mill Wil
liams, North,! Globo. Tho tickets woro
ono month's baving on groceries, hard
ware, dry goods, Bhoes, etc. Finder will
ploaae return to Wm. Mill Williams'
store, North Globe.
DoWitt'a Carbolized Witch Hazol
Salvo la good for little burns and big
burns, small scratches or bruises and
big ones. It is healing and soothing.
Good for piles. Sold by Hanna's Drug
Don't fail to got your tickotfor Mon
day night's show at Dreamland by C
p. in.. Monday, as it wil ontitlo you to
a complimentary for tho lady.
Tho big Bhow toniglit at tho Alexan
der tonight. Don't miss it.
Spoonor Dramatic company at Dream
land all this week, 25, 50 nnd 75 cents.
Chango of program each night.
Professor Morris, tho magician and
ventriloquist, at tho Alexander tonight:
MR. PORTER HAS NOT
SOLD CATTLE RANCH
It was reported yesterday that J. N.
Porter, president of tho First National
bank and ono of tho laigcat cattlemen
in the southwest, had disposed of a
part of his cattle interests to Tom Arm
strong for $125,000. Mr. Porter, when
soon last evening by a Silver Belt rep
resentative, stated that no such deal
had been mndo and that thcro was littlo
probability of ono of this nature. Mr.
Porter has 1ccn in the cattle business
for a gonoration or more and likes it
too well to got out of it.
Got your reserved seats for tho
Spooner Dramatic company before C p.
m. Monday and get a frco ticket.
Averago .Copper Prices
It is interesting to know that for nine
months of 1907 tho general averago
price received for copper by tho pro
duccrs ha3 been 21.11 cents a pound,
which is away ahead of tho avorage
prico for 1900, which was around 19
cents, and on which tho copper mines
mado big monoy.
Whatever prico may bo mado for the
last quarter of the year, tho yearly av
crago is bound to be well up to last
year's figures, and the companies ligo
tho Calumet & Hecla, which have gono
on maintaining production and market
ing thoir output at tho going price, will
bo found to have earned good money for
Naturally tho cutting down of pro
duction by Amalgamated and tho Cole
Byan mines will reduco tho earnings of
those properties, but it is nn open qcus
tion whether they will now make as
much jnoney as they would to have con
tinucdMn full operation under high fuol
costsand an extravagant wage scale.
Public telephone 'at' Barrett's drug
Ask tho Globo Hardware company for
prices on stoves.
Axtcll repairs roofs. Globo Jobbing
DISCLAIMED BY M'OLEAEY
Recommendations of Welsh Fort of Call
for Mail Steamers Not His
Acting Postmaster General McCleary
yesterday sent n communication to tho
secretary of state denying that ho had
over mado a report to tho postmaster
goneral recommending Holyhead, Wales,
as a port of call for infiil steamers ply
ing botweon Liverpool and Now York.
His Jotter was in response to a com
munication from .jjift ..department of
stato transmitting a letter from John
L, Griffiths, American consul at Liver
pool, rclativo to &j roport alleged to
havo been mado to.ho postmaster gen
eral by Mr. McCleary, indorsing Holy
hoad as a port. -I
Today, school pffctures on l salo at
Central school. S
WOODBKDGE & RICH,
Bhoumatism, lumbago ' and sciatic
pains yield to tho penetrating influence
of Ballard's Snow Liniment.
It penetrates to tho nerves and bono
and, being absorbed into tho blood, its
healing properties aro conveyed to
every part of tho body and effect some
wondorful cures. 25c, 50c nnd $1.00.
Sold by Palaco Pharmacy.
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co,
L. D. Bickctts D. W. Wickersham T. A. pa
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C. E. Mill. E. M. Hard
I. E. Salomon
INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS
All Classes of Accounts Invited. Foreign Exchange at Lowest
E. M. HUBD, Manager
Libby's cut glass at Barrett's drug
Tonicht. last nicht of roller skating
for this week. Don't miss it. Drum-
Notice to. Patrons
Mrs. W. F. Kalihor, a teacher of ex
perience, will open a private school
October 21, at residence, 035 S. Second
street. Sshool hours, 2 to 4:30 p. in.
Anyono wishing to purchase a Nav
ajo blanket or rug, call at 475 N. Hill
street, Bailoy block. Finest collection
ever brought to tho city.
Globo Hardware company has heating
stoves for every use.
Bcsorved seats on sal at 0 a. m. at
Globo Commercial store. Spooner Dra
Bing lip 372 for a Jgiinter. Van Wag
enen will call on yon and givo you a
Don't worry. Globo is all right.
Need a carpenter t Axtcll, (Slobo Job
Van Wagenon makes a specialty of
tinting. Satisfaction our motto.
A Most Worthy Article
When an article has been on tho mar
ket for years and gains friends every
year, it is safe to call this medicine a
worthy one. Such is Ballard's Horo
hound Syrup. It positively cures
coughs and all pulmonary diseases. One
of the best known merchants in Mo
bile, Ala., says:
' ' For flvo years my 'family has not
been troubled with tho winter coughs.
Wo owe this to Ballard's Horchound
Syrup. I know it has saved my chil
dren from many sick spells."
Sold by Palaco Pharmacy.
Tho evening service, at St. John's
Episcopal church will bo held at 7:30
as usual. Thoro wi'll bo no chango in
tho hours of the other services.
GEORGE. SELBY, Bector.
Go to Lantin House for nicely furr
nished rooms, with bath. Over Lantin 's
Cookstoves at tho lowest prices are
sold by the Globo Hardware company.
How About Your Insurance?
Don't wait until the house . burns
down boforo you think of insurance. Sec
Mooro & Fcland about it at once, Home
Printing Building. tf
Sewing machines for rent at J. P.
McNeil's Furniture store, opposito tho
Miner's union hall, Globe, Ariz.
Wo can supply your store wants.
Globo Hardware company.
Sam Keo's for underwear and shoes.
Wo frame pictures. Naqnin Is Co.
Showed at the battlo of Austcrlitz ho
was tho greatest leader in tho world.
Ballard's Snow Liniment has shown the
public it is the best liniment in tho
world. A quick euro for rheumatism,
sprains, burns, cuts, otc. A. C. Pitts,
Bodcssa, La., says: "I use Ballard's
Snow Liniment in my family and find
it unexcelled for soro chest, headache,
corns; in fact, for anything that can
bo reached by a liniment."
Sold by Palaco Pharmacy.
J, WATT HOQUE
JAMES W. HOQUE
vice rresment and CaM-
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Wo read in all tho papers, north, east, south and west,
That Globo as a mining center is ahead of all the rest;
And when it comes to climate, wo'vo got it mountain high
J-'ium iud viuiujo, fiuu uuu vuiuuill, iu iuu jjuun.3 up near 0e v I
wuuru iuu sun i'ucu uay is sinning anu me ncavens ever M-ae
Wafts tho ozono pure and fragrant, as a rich old wine U vou.
Our ad man says he has spent many years and many dollars h
V.1YTA1 A...! 41.A Allln fUjlA .. 1.A i1aVa .OTTAWA til. AmhhkI..
matic conditions aro Just a "few" better for tho homeseeker ahdsp
ulator than anywhere clso on this old globe.
We aro in tho real estate business. Buying, selling, renting j tru. I
ing, talk to tho other fellow, then seo tho
HOME INVESTMENT CO.
Utility and Hired Maj
Ml I M H 1 1 II Ml II 1 1 H H 1 1 H 1 II IM I III HI H H
! The H. H. Bru Company, Inc.
DEALERS IN LISTED AND UNLISTED SECURITIES
Wire connections with Boston, Chicago and New York Markets.
Bisbee; Dulutb, 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 m
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GLOBE BOWIE SAFFORD
SOLOMON - WICKERSHAM CO.
Wholesale Grocers. Tobacconists and Cigar Dealers
MR. SMOKER:- .
Ask for the AMERICAN or EL S1DEL0 CIGAR
There are None Better
1 Thfc Haling
Ono More Chanco
Don't miss tho minstrel flhqw at tho
Iris. Entire chango of program Mon
The Dig show tonight at the Alexan
der tonight. Don't miss It.
Entire chango of program tonight at
SUNFISH TO KILL TYPHOEO
Pittsburg Stocking Elvers, Hoping to
Prevent Another Epidemic
PITTSBURG, Pa., October 19. Jn or
der to provent a typhoid fover epidemic
from visiting Pittsburg next summer,
as during tho two preceding summorB,
tho city imported 70,000 sunfish, which
Dr. Edwards of tho bureau of health,
expects to do tho work.
Tho fish aro being placed in. the
streams of tho parks, while a largo num
ber of thorn will also bo put into tho
rcsorvoirs. Another lnrgo batch is to
bo liberated in tho Allegheny river.
Dr. Edwnrds declares that if there is
anything that a sunfish loves it is ty
phoid fever germs.
SECRETARY TAFT MAKES
A SIGNIFICANT REMARK
MANILA, October 19. At a ban
quet in his honor in this city tonight
Secretary Taft mado a significant state
ment, whilo ho was referring to tho
fact that he had already visited tho
Philippines threo times, and expressed
his intention to como Jiore again. Ho
"I hope in another two years to visit
Manila again, but then I probably will
como as a privato citizen."
Entire chango of program tonight at
tho Alexander. ' '
Big Minstrel Show
.Tho minstre show (will bo shown to'
night for tho last time at tho Iris. ,
Without fear of successful contra
diction we boldly assert that we have
the cleanest drug storp in Globe. By
that we particularly mean clean stocks.
Stocks that are free from old and worth
less drugs and Patent Medicines with
which so many drug stores are stocked.
We handle only saleable goods that are
potent, because fresh, pure and of the
highest quality. Combining these ad
vantages with our 'popular prices you
have every reason for dealing at Hanna's
in preference to the ordinary store.
Open an Account with us Today
Quality Goods and Accurate Service
WE WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN PLACING YOUR NAME
ON OUR BOOKS. YOU SHOULD BE GLAD TO HAVE IT THERE
FOR MANY REASONS.
1. YOU CAN BE ABSOLUTELY CERTADT OF GETTLNG QUAL
2. OUR SERVICE IS PROMPT, PAINSTAKING, ACCURATE AND
3. OUR SOLICITORS ARE THE VERY BEST TO BE HAD.
4. YOU PAY NO MORE FOR OUR GOODS THAN ELSEWHERE.
With a Monthly Contract you get Cash prices. Why? Becauso thirty
days is cash with us and a great convenience to many.
JUST TRY US FOR 30 DAYS
NOW IS THE TDME TO BEGLN. EVERYTHING SOLD ON A
STRICT GUARANTEE; MONEY BACK LT WE DON'T PLEASE YOU
GLOBE COMMERCIAL CO.
Dealers in Everything
EMPLOY ALL UNION CLERKS
151 North Broad Street
Will begin a week's
engagement at this
ADMISSION 25, 50 and 75 Cent!
On opening night one lady will be ad
mitted free with each 75c ticket bought
before six o'clock.
I a EU:- NORFOLM
JalircMUWII LAJUMUUII, ya.
ROUND TRD? RATES FROM EL PASO VIA DmECT
LINES; SEASON TICKET, $87.45; SIXTY DAY TICKET,
$72.90; FIFTEEN DAY TICKETS, $56.75; VIA NEW
YORK IN ONE DEFECTION ONLY, SEASON TICKET,
97.30; SIXTY DAY TICKET, $81.05. SALE DATES
DAILY UNTIL NOVEMBER 0; FDSAL RETURN LIMIT
ON SEASON TICKETS, DECEMBER 15.
For further particulars please .write or call on
J. S. MORRISSON,
City Passenger Agent, A. T. & S. F. Ry., Mills BIdg., El Pasojei
I PALACE PHARMACY
Did you know that we carry complete lines of
Roger & Gallet'sJ
Perfume, Talcum and Face
And all neccessaries of the toilet? WELL WE DO.
Have you ever inspected our line of Rubbe I
-.jo I.? i nr i- .nletel
uooas: it is complete, we aiso carry a tu'r
stock for the sick room, nothing omitted.
Where? The Palace Pharmacy, of course.
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