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Tuesday, October 22, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
In Every Depart
ment of Banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
la prepared to serve
you in a satisfactory
Los Angeles Kxomlnor of Thurs-
,l, n reviews the .Mclunn-Hutz wed
(i,, , follows:
",tordav morning at St. Agnes'
Miss Catherine Frances McGinn
Paul Hutz woro married by the
u. i itlier Mnlonoy
Tlio bride woro
,mi ol wniio Jiiuusseuue
n 1,-d. Tho wedding breakfast
ied at the homo of tho bride.
tneir honeymoon tho eouplo will
in (Uobc, Ariz., whoro Mr. Uutz
M O'- a'.
Shower for Bride-Elect
prettiest party of tho fall season
. shower given last Saturday af-
i, by Mrs. P. E. Wales. Miss
hull, the popular bride-elect, was
r guest and was tho recipient
i hirty-odd handkorohiofs.
i it the first part of tho nftornoon
Di js enjoyed; then a clovor guess
1U); ,;, ii. in which Mrs. P. S. Nave won
, ,., infill cut glass dish as first prize.
T Ii uso was artistically decorated
, i,. i'is and streamers, tho color
mh. i I'Ping pink and white. As the
l,r, , . t was seated in a doorway, a
uij. iiHiue heart opened and showered.
O. STCRN & SON '
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SB I f II
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To Phoenix and Return Account 3rd Annual
Globe .... $11.55
Ft. Thomas . . 9.70
Thatcher . . . 9.10
Dates of Sale Nov. 9 to 17 Final Limit Nov. 19
REDUCED RATES FROM ALL
L. H. LANDIS, General Agent, GLOBE
her with handkerchiefs. Delicious ro
freshments wero served at four tnbles,
each decorated in tho pretty pink and
white- chosen for tho party. Tho placo
cards on which was tho namo of each
guest wero unique. On each wore two
hearts pierced with a golden, arrow.
Tho guests woro tho Mesdames
Spates, -Sturgeon, Caler, .Campbell, Als
dorf, Hanna, Jacobs, Wales, L. II.
Urown, Elliott, Coombs, Weinborger,
Lautin, Uarrott, French, Navo, Edwards,
Miles, Barker and tho Misses Hull, Mc
Kenzie, Webb, Cowles, Wangolin, Short
ii' W 5.
To Wed on Sunday Noxt
Tho following invitation was issued
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Mayfield
request tho honor of your prcsonco
at the marriage of thoir sister
Miss Sallio l Atherton
Mr. L. M. Qreonwood
Sunday afternoon, October twenty-
seventh, nineteen hundred and
seven, at threo o'clock
1S."5 Apache Street
The brido-olect, Miss Athorton, is
ono of Globo's fairest and most accom
plished dnughteis and is n favorito in
local society circles. Tho prospective
groom is a well known and popular
Nicholson, the Tailor
FOR a PERFECT FIT
300 Suit Patterns, 100 Pants Patterns
to select from.
Goods, workmanship and fit guaran
teed. Call and inspect our line.
Suits from $25 up
Broad St. Opp. the St. Elmo
In connection we have a first-class
cleaning and pressing establishment
v iwiana a NArmorn 1 w 1 a
j ASJW, ilUl&fiBlll 1. I. W
11 to November 17
Rates are as follows from
Pima . .
to Indian Hot Springs Daily
balm for that "Tired Feeling"
Greatest Copper Camp
train dispatcher in tho employ of the
Valley railroad. Monday, followiug tho
coromony, the happy eouplo will lonvc
for Texas, Mr. Greenwood's old homo
statu, where a portion of tho honey
moon will bo spent.
.".. ". "--
A quiet wedding occurred in tho pro
bate uhambors of .ludgo P. C. Robertson
on Sunday afternoon, when Miss Lydia
C. Bonne and Edwin S. Atkinson wero
joined in tho holy bonds of matrimony,
Judge Robertson ofliciuting. Tho cere
mony wns witnessed by a number of
tho frionds of tho high contracting par
ties. The happy young eouplo will
multo Globo their future homo and start
in life with tho best wishes of a large
ciiclo of friends.
Gloaniug! Cleaning! Cleaning!
Wo devote all our timo to cleaning
and pressing. That's why wo do first
class work. Bring your suit in and be
convinced. Second-hand clothes bought
and sold. American Cleaning Works,
next door to Wells Pargo. tf
Tho Merchants' Cafo is now located
opposito tho postoffico and meals and
short ordors will bo served.
Try our dinner todny.
Sco tho "Torpedo Attack on II. M. S.
Drcadnaught" at tho Iris. It is worth
tho price of admission alone.
Chocolates kopt cool and fresh in
tho hottest wcathor at Van Wpgonons
Post Offico Store. Call and bo con
vinced. No rcasonablo ofTer refused for your
winter hat. Go to Brown's.
Notlco to Patrons
Mrs. W. P. Kaliher, a teacher of ex
perience, will open n private school
October 21, at residence, 035 S. Socoud
street. Sshool hours, 2 to 4:30 p. in.
Reserved scats for "Tho Octoroon"
now on salo at tho Olobo Commercial
Professor Morris, tho magician and
vontriloquist, only ,two days more at tho
Alexander. U 0 2 C him.
We frnmo iricturcs. Nnquin & Co.
Tho Arichise Mining company, oper
ating a group of claims north of- Saf
ford, is about to commenco an extcn
sivo lino of development work. Tho
properties aro under tho management
of J. E. Carpenter.
Work of sinking test well No. 2 will
bo commenced by tho Valley railway
company this week on tho Itiggs ranch
Tho city council of Pima, at a meet
ing held roceutly, granted tho Gila val
loy road permission to build 1,000 feet
additional Bwitch track in that town.
SafTord saloon keepers have been ac
quitted of the charge of allowing min
ors to drink and play curds in their
After an examination of tho property
by John Hayes Hammond, Globo men
havo decided on extensively developing
the Horse Shoo mine near SafTord.
By tho explosion of a gun Robert
Isom of Thatcher lost a portion of his
Daniel Campbell of the artesian well
belt section, Graham county, has 'been
arrested and held to tho grand jury on
a chargo of criminally assaulting Lydia
McDonald, aged 13.
Butter and eggs, by pound and dozen
command 40 cents, respectively, in tho
Tho telegraph line, twenty-five miles
in length, between San Carlos and Eu
reka Springs, has been sold by tho local
forestry department to tho Norton Mor
gan company of Willcox. Their bid
was $500, and threo othor bids woro
recoived, ranging from one to four hun
dred dollars each.
A mortgage of $75,000 lnis been filed
on tho mining claims of tho. New Eng
land & Clifton Mining company at
Clifton. The mortgage is given to an
eastern trust company.
Farms in tho vicinity of Solomonvillo,
according to tho Bulletin, aro swarming
with Thanksgiving turkey.
Development work is being rushed on
gold and silver claims in the vicinity
Tucson and Phoenix are arranging for
a joint shiriincnt of water pipes for
thoir respective water systems. A sav-J
ing of $35,000 prompts tho negotiations,
Tucson saloon men insist upon having
music and ask tho city council to re
scind a recent order prohibiting it.
Ives G. Lclcvicr, accused of theft in
Mexico, has been discharged by an
United States commissioner at Tucbou.
Fivo dollars per foot is tho contract
price for tho artesian well at Benson
Jbo Roberts, wanted in Nbgales on a
forgery charge, has been arrested in
A good-sized chunk was taken from
tho Arizona dam near Phoenix by re
cent high waters and considerable dam
Tempo caught an inch and a half of
rain during tho recent downpour.
Tho Arizona Teachers' association
will meet in Phoenix during tho fair.
The Esnco has let out ono hundred
shop employees at Tucson and cut down
tho working day from ten to nino hours.
E. S. Varloye, a Tucson man, lias been
arrested in San Francisco charged with
Bisbce, too, is enforcing fho hitching
And right in tho face of tho copper
slump Douglas is crying for more
I am tho man who will, without oxtra
charge, go anywhero in tho city to take
an acknowledgment, day or night, rajn
or shine; also draw up deeds, releases,
mortgages and wills at small cost; bug
gy always ready in front of Brown's
store. Phono 441. L. II. Brown, tho
notary public. tf
Brown's big cost salo of all millinery
is now on.
Globo Jobbing Shop. Fred R. Axtell,
propriqtor, 369 Dovereaux, two blocks
cast of Dreamland.
Don't worry. Globo Jobbing. Shop
Do not fail to seo tho program this
week at the Aloxander. The best yott
Every night 'this weok at Dreamland,
tho Spoonor Dramatic company.
All millinery at cost and many hats
for less at Erown 's Cost Sale.
Purity and accuracy in prescription
at Barrett's drug store.
Ring up 372 for a painter. Van Wag
onon will call on you and givo you a
first-class job. '
was a royal indulgence
two hundred years ago.
Your erocer returns your money if you don't
like Schilling' Best; we pay him'
Latest, safest and most improved
model, guaranteed for economy and re
liability; simplest scientific engino built.
MINING AND IRRIGATION
Sold and installed on absoluto guar
Nicely furnishedrooins by tho month.
Dances -given every Wednesday and
Saturday night by
J. E. O'NEILL
JOB UEPiV 0SY HOT OLfiST
a (he itronEcit and bctt hot Unit dove made. It ia a
leally wonderful bcafr (HI bold Hie o boon wiih
Haifa pallet icft ccal). II will barn ANYTHING--no
loal li too cheap or poor for it.
Half the beating power of ccal goes op tbe chimney
ai in, wbej ordinary
beaten arc uicd. In
the O. V. B. Hot
Dlait, thlt at It ox
Idized and burned to
Lift -up feed corcr.
that leu ccal ii
used and more
Tbit li accom
"i-3U meant 01 ine
D r a ft wh'ch
takes in freib
air at tbe top ol
tne itore, Head
It to mote than
forcei it ctci
tbe upper inr
face of the
The rat it
ed,(ltlnt out 100
than la ob
tained I n
burn less hard
:oatthan a bate burner, to heat the tame room. It
Irct of a uniform beat and ii absolutely air tight.
Don't worry about the price of hard coal, 1 hit Hoi
Blait tolret the problem. Loot It over and tee forycuc
self. It Is made better and heavier in ?ery way than
lay other similar ttove sold. See it before you buy.
The JJot gjast StOVeS
will pay for itself In ono sea
son by saving fuel
Two carloads of
Cooking Stoves and Steel Ranges.
Largest assortment of
STOVES in Globe
J. P. McNeil
Opposite Minors' Union Hall
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BASEMENT UNDER FIRST NATIONAL BANK 8
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS. COME ONE-COME ALL 8
J. M. DALEY
THE GLOBE NATIONAL BANK
Capital $50,000 Stockholders Liability $50,000 Surplus and Undivided $3,500
G. S. Van Wagonen. ...President
Dr. W. A. Holt
A. W. Sydnor
C. M. Cushman Assistant Cashier
Do a general banking business.
Tor a good fit co to
Rear of Ingram's, opposito tho First
Suits Made to Order
for $25.00 and Up
A fit guaranteed or your money re
Hats and clothes cleaned as good as
710 N. Broad St. Tel. 1711
Headquarters for tho
GaKi Meat Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Will Meet All Prices
The Gatti Meat Co. are the only
"bum" butchers in town and they sell
nothing but butters- Come around and
sec for yourself.
Standard Transfer Co.
TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE
All Kinds of Heavy liauling-Donc
399 Broad Street WATCH US GROW
Good to Eat
Don't forget to placo your poultry or
ders with us. Turkeys, Ducks, Chick
ens, fancy Broilers and Spring Chick
ens always on hand.
Limburger, Swiss and Cream
Oysters in Bulk and Can
Genuine Sheep and Lamb always to
be had at tho Central Market. For a
square deal and treatment call at
The Central Meat
JAMES PITTS, Manager
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
Jos. II. Haniill Vice President
E. M. White
O. G. Mardorf Teller
W. BROOKNER CO
THE BIG STORE
403 to 423
Not enco in a while, but every
timo you order. Delivered at
once. Wo handle nothing bat the
very best moats and our cutters
know how to cut it.. Just re
ceived a fresh shipment of
SWISS, TWIN AND LIMBUR
GER. Phono us your order and
wo will pleaso you.
MIAMI FLAT, ARIZ.
Solicits your patronago and guarantees
J Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc.
Give this popular placo a call
Get a Good Meal at
Directly Opposite Postoffice
Substantial Home Cooking
DR. L. ALBERT COMBS
Veterinary Surgeon, Dentist and Grad
uate Royal College of Edinburg,
I treat all curable diseases of domes
tic animals. Offices, Barclay, Higdon
& Co. Residence, the white house on
South East street. Call and examine
rny diplomas at stable. Eiaminntinn
free at office.
S. L. HAMILTON
jGraduate New England Conservatory of
Post Office Box 1235.
MRS. A. E. BARKER
Manicuring and Chiropody. Massaze
and Scalp Treatment a Specialty.
Globo Office Building
MRS. P. A. SMITH
Special for obstetrics, typhoid and pneu
monia. Residence, 143 Lane street,
School hill, North Globe.
SULTAN & WAYNE
141 North Broad Street
P. O. Box 867
GEORGE K. FRENCH
Rooms 7 and 8, P. O. Bldg. Phone 1241.
Assayer and Chemist
H. E. BIERCE
Agent for DEMING SMELTER
A. G. Smith Cashier
Fred C. Griffen
Fred T. Bragonier
Keenan C. Shock. . Collection Clerk
We draw drafts on all parts of the world
N. Broad Street