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Tuesday, October 22, 1 9071
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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 I
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SHORT STORIES OF THE CITY
Looking for Husband. Mrs..r. J.
Shimllebowor arrived, in the city yester
day from Globo and is anxious to lo
cato her husband, who canio to this city
somo timo ago and was for a whilo ill
at tho Sisters' hospital. Ho loft her at
Holbrook and later sho phoned to Mar
shal Mooro and ho informed hor that
her hubby had just left tho hospital,
whereupon she decided to como to Phoe
nix and learn moro about his comings
and goings. Anyone who can cast any
light on this subject will confer a favor
on tho lady if ho will givo such infor
. niation to tho city marshal's oflice.
Seriously HI. James McGregor is se
riously ill with typhoid fever at his
homo on South East street. Dr. Kon
nedy is attending.
A Wee Waif. A girl waif who says
sho is five years old but refuses to givo
hor name was taken to tho county hos
pital Sunday. Sho was found on Broad
street playing marbles with four small
Working Claims. Nowton nacknoy
and sons, Mort and Fred, went to th(
Kinney claims, four miles north of
town, to work tho assessment.
Grand Jury Call. If present nrrangu
ments aro carried out tho grand juiy
will bo called for tho November term
of district court on November 18. Judge
Nnvo will go to Phoenix on tho 12th,
but as it is thought tho session of that
court wil lbo brief it is likely that tho
grand jury will bo called hero on tho
Hearing Postponed. Tho hearing of
tho petition for n distribution of prop
erty iifcthb estato of tho lato Alexander
Grnydon was continued in probate court
yo3terday until November 9.
Fifteen Days for Minnie. Minnei
Mao was arraigned in Judge Thomas'
court yesterday evening and entered a
plea of guilty to a plain drunk charge.
'Sho was sentenced to pay a fine of $15
or to servo fifteen days in tho county
jail. Minnio gathered up an abundance
of literaturo and will enjoy tho hospital
ity of tho Hotel do Thompson for tho
.next half month. Tho samo old room
was assigned to Minnie, who is becom
ing something of a regular fixture.
Plain Drunk. John Vawdon entered
a plea of guilty to a down-and-out
chargo in Judgo Thomas' court last
evening and drew a $7 fine. Ho paid
up and was dismissed.
Knocked Out. Edward Doud took on
an abusivb skate Sunday night, and af
ter thrco ejectments from' a local saloon
went down for tho count in tho face of
a bartender, whoso pationco had boon
exhausted. With oyes swollen and in
mourning, Edward appeared boforo Jus
tico Thomas yesterday afternoon and
stated that ho had dono nothing to war
rant tho attack. Tho arresting oflicor
told a different story, and Doud was as
sessed a fine of $3, which ho will pay.
Released on Bond. ftqbort Lowis, ar
rested a number of days ago charged
with stealing tools and fixtures from
tho electric light plant and held to tho
grand jury in tho sum of $1,000, fur
nished satisfactory bond to tho court
and was discharged, pending tho meet
ing of tho grand jury.
Out on Bond. Julius Oilcko, John
Pilch and Albort Malvcry, who woro ar
rested Saturday night charged with as
saulting a M oxican,' gavo bond yester
day for their appearance in Justice
ltawlings's court this afternoon. Tho
Moxicnn charges tho men with pound
ing him with stones.
J. R. Barnetto camo in from his gont
ranch yesterday on business.
J. M. McCollum returned from Saf
ford on tha delayed train Monday morn
ing. II. C. Erman, a prominent, mining man
of St. Louis, is visiting in tho city and
looking after mining interests. .
Miss Etta Crawford of Telluride,
Colo., is visiting with her brother, John,
in this city.
William H. Whalcn of Tucson is a
business visitor in tho city, arriving
hero last night.
Mrs. Harry Castlo has returned to
Roosovolt from Safford, whero sho spent
several months with relatives.
Jiichnrd Penrose leaves today for Illa
gon, Red Ruth, Cornwall, England, and
will probably remain there.
E. D. Scofield of Helena, Mont., a
lawyer of considerable prominence in
tho northwest, is a visitor in tho city.
Attortney Alfred Franklin returns to
Phoenix this evening after spending
several days in Globo on legal business.
Judgo McCollum returned yesterday
morning from Safford, whero ho spent
a week looking after his valley inter
ests. S. J. Geddes, who recently rotumed
from several months spent in Canada,
has accepted a position with Novin
Ben Peckorman, a popular L03 An
geles drummer, arirved in tho city on
tho delayed train yesterday morning
accompanied by his wife.
Miss R. Barroy of Waco, Texas, is
tho guest of her sister, Mrs. II. B. Kil
lefcr of East Globo, and will spend tho
Miss Alico Bodell, a charming young
Get Vour 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 Co., Inc.
Telephone 441 , Over Brown's Store
lndy of Council Bluffs, Iowa, is tho
guost of Miss Muo Allrlch on East Mos
Mrs. S. D. Quimby and dnughtor loft
for their homo in Brookfield, Ind., yes
terday morning after a dolightful visit
with Mrs. Henry Grovo iu this city.
A. E. Norton, an oxport chof of Bos
ton, has arrived in tho city to tnko
charge of tho culinary department of
tho Kinney house.
'William F. Kuhl of Los Angeles, spe
cial agent and adjuster for tho North
America nnd Allinnco Insurnnco com
panies, was a visitor in tho city yester
day. Gcorgo E. Jnckson of Youngstown,
Ohio, is visiting with Georgo Elliott,
an old Rchoolnmto. This is tho first
meoting of the gentlemen for over twen
Gcorgo A. Laird, a prominent mining
engincor and a former mine munngor
for tho Phelps Dodge company in So
uora, was an arrival in tho city Inst
C. D. Roppy, right-of-way agent for
tho Gila Valloy rond, arrived in tho
city Inst evening on tho way froight,
tho passenger train having bcon held up
by a wreck.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo Elledgo of Globo
camo up to Safford Wednesdny to visit
relatives and friends. Thoy will prob
ably romnin in tho city several days.
Ed O'Connor, formorly a well known
railroad man on tho Southern Pacific
and now travoling for an El Paso house,
loft yestorday morning nftor sponding
sovornl days m tho city.
Louis A. Wright, ropresontntivo of
tho Lowisolm syndicate in tho south
west, arrived in tho city Sunday night
to look after tho interests of his pooplo
in this district.
A. N. Noftsger has returned homo
from a month's vacntion trip. Ho spont
most of that timo nt Protection, Kan.,
and from thoro visited points in Iowa,
Nebraska and Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Cramer nrrived
on tho delayed train yestorday morning
from Los Angoles and will romnin bore
two or thrco weeks looking aftor their
property nnd meoting old fnonds.
S. T. Hull of Kirksvillo, Mo., has
arrived in tho city for a visit with his
daughters, Mrs. F. 0. Alsdorf and Miss
Euln Hull, nnd to attend tho wedding
of tho lattor to Roland II. Jacobs next
J. J. Cramer, a formor woll known
resident of Globo who has bcon making
his homo in Los Angeles for tho last
year, arrived in tho city Sunday night
accompanied by his wife to spend sov
oral weeks in tho city.
Charles W. Moss of El Paso is tran
sacting business in Globe. Charley was
tho head booster for tho Quicn Sabo
club of Elks that attended tho grand
lodge nt Philadelphia and is always a
welcome visitor in tho city.
Elmer Welsh, a cnpUalist of Pitts
burg, Pa., and a stockholder in the
Apacho Consolidated Copper company,
who has been inspecting tho mining pro
pcrty hero during itho past wook, loft
Sunday for his home, returning via the
oil fiolds nt AHuwc, I. T. Mr. Welsh
is highly pleased with tho prospects
At tho Iris
Last night was change night at tho
Iris and somo very good moving pic
turcs wero presented.
"Tho Torpedo Attack on II. M. S,
Drcadnaught" is a wonderful picture,
very exciting and at tho samo tiino very
"Tho Book Agent" and "Servant
Hypnotist" aro two good comedies.
Billy Cummings mado a hit with his
two new illustrated songs.
A Cowboy Mlllionalro
A largo and npprcciativo audience
greoted tho Spooncr Dramatic company
last night nt Dreamland and wero more
than pleased with tho abovo produc
tion. E. N. Wallack as Tom Molvin,
tho Nevada cowboy, was great, as was
Miss Alico Spooncr as Uollio Norton,
who was in lovo with Tom.
Tho entire cast was well choson and
thcro was not a dull momont from tho
riso of tho curtain to tho close.
Specialties wero introduced between
tho acts, thereby avoiding any tiresomo
waits, and in these tho Shrewsbury Sis
ters, Miss Alico Spooncr and Marseilles
Spooner wero vory pleasing.
For this ovening tho famous southern
drama, "Tho Octoroon," has been se
lected and tho specialties will bo dif
ferent every night.
There will bo matinees Saturday and
Sunday afternoons at 2:30 p. in., with
special prices for ladies and children.
DoWitt's Cnrbolized Witch Hnzol
Salvo is good for little burns and big
burns, small scratches or bruises and
big ones. It is hoaling nnd soothing.
Good for piles. Sold by Hanna's Drug
A Wonderful Production
Tho "Torpedo Attack on II. M. S.
Drcadnaught" is' a wonderful moving
picturo at tho jina.
All nii'Jinory nt cost and many hnts
for less it Brown 's Cost Snlo.
Public! telephono at Barrett's drug
Do ncJ fail to sco tho program this
wook nt'tho Alexander. Tho best yet!
Gno .and Fisko hats nro boing sold
nt'Wholosnlo prices at Brown 's. ;
Somewhere between tho smelters and
postofilco a package of 5 per cent re
bate tickets issued by Win. Mill Wil
liams; North Globe. Tho tickets wero
ono month's saving on groceries, hard
ware, dry goods, shoes, etc. Finder will
please roturn to Win. Mill' Williams'
store, North Globo.
How About Your Inauranco7
Don't wait until tho house burns
down boforo you think of insurance. See
Mooro & Feland nbout it nt once, Home
Printing Building. tf
Soo Marseilles Spooncr in his great
comedy songs at Dreamland tonight.
isk tho Globe Hardware company for
prices on stoves.
Mss Allio Spooner in tho latest song
hits I 'at Dreamland tonight.
A Wonderful Production
Tho "Torpedo Attack on II. M. S.
DWadnnught" is n wonderful moving
picture nt tho Iris.
Axtell repairs roofs. Globo Jobbing
At tho Alexander
Sunday cvoning, change night, saw
two of tho largest crowds" that have
ever bcon in attondanco at this popular
placo of nmusoment nnd again last
night two very good audiences saw one
of tho best programs that has yot boon
presentqd. Professor Mdrris in his
magic work, hold the largo audiences
spellbound and his ventriloquist work
with his dummy figures afforded plenty
of amusement alone. Jennings had a
vory good song this week and renders it
very well. "Tho Rival Brothers,"
"Christpphor Columbus," "Woodcut
ter's Daughter" and "Roller Skate
Crazo" aro all very fino pictures.
Tho management announces that
hereafter chango night will bo Thurs
day instead of Wednesday, as new
vaudovillo people will appear every
Thursday with now acts, arriving hero
Wednesday evenings after filling en
gagoments at El Paso. Thcso pooplo
aro tho best to bo had on tho western
circuit and nil acts aro guaranteed to
bo tho best.
Extcnsivo improvements aro under
consideration in order to handlo any or
all acts that might bo boked in tho
near future. Ono of tho best programs
yet shown is promised for next Thurs
day ovoning. Professor Morris will
make an entire chango in his work for
Rooms to rent, 185 Mosquito street,
n.oxt to Mrs. M. ,C. Clark 'b boarding
Ovorshirts and ,mon'a gloves. ',Sam
Five thousand dollars of now f all mil
linery is now boing sold at actual cost
Profossor Morris, tho magician and
ventriloquist, only two days moro at tho
Alexander. U 0 2 C him.
Don't worry. Globo is all right,
Need a carpenter! Axtell,- Globo Job'
bing Shop. i
Twcnty-fivo, 50 and 75 cents for tho
best show ovor at Dreamland tonight.
Sec tho "Torpedo Attack on H. M. S.
Droadnnught" at thp Iris. It is worth
tho prico of admission alone.
Rheumatism, lumbago nnd sciatic
pains yield to tho penetrating influence
of Ballard's Snow Liniment.
It penotrates to tho nerves and bono
and, boing absorbed into tho blood, its
healing properties aro conveyed to
every part of tho body and effect some
wondorful cures. 25c, 50c and $1.00.
Sold by Palace Pharmacy.
Brown's big cost salo of all millinory
is now on.
Dissolution of Partnership
I havo sold my interest in tho Balkan
saloon to my partners Martin Dcspotte
nnd John Puhurc. All bills' duo or
against tho' old firm woll bo collected
or paid by tho above.
Brown's big cost sale of all millinery
is now on.
A Wonderful Production
Tho "Torpodo Attnck of II. M. S,
Drcadnaught" is a wondorful moving
picturo nt tho Iris.
All millinory nt cost and many hats
for less at Brown's Cost Sale.
Van Wagonen makes aj8pcclalty of
tinting. Satisfaction our motto.
Professor Morris, tho pingician and
ventriloquist, only two days more at tho
Alexander. U 0 2 C him. '
Gngo and Fisko hatsjiro boing sold
at wholesale prices at Brown's.
Sco tho "Torpedo Attack on II. M. S.
Dreadnaught." at tho Iris. It ia worth
the prico of admission alone.
A Most .Worthy Artlclo
When an articlo has bcon on tho mar
ket for years nnd gains friends cvory
year, it is safo to call this medicino a
worthy one. Such is .Ballard's Horo
hound Syrup. It positively cures
coughs and all pulmonnry diseases. One
of tho best known merchants in Mo
bile, Ala., says:
"For five years 1ny( family has not
been troubled willi tho winter coughs.
We owe this to Ballard's Horchound
Syrup. I know it has saved my chil
dren from many sick spells."
Sold by Palace Pharmacy.
Libby's cut glass at Barrett's drug
Go to Lantin Houso for nicely fur
nislicd rooms, with bath. Over Lantin 's
Tho Shrewsbury Sisters in songs and
dances at Dreamland tonight.
Cookstovcs at tho lowest prices aro
sold by tho Globo Hardware company.
Curtain at 8:30 sharp; doors open at
8 o'clock. Dreamland tonight.
Sowing machines for rent at J. P.
McNeil's Furniture store, opposite the
Miner's union hall, Ulobe, Ariz.
Wo can supply your store wants.
Globo Hardware company.
Sam Kec's for underwear and shoes.
, Five thousand dollars of new fall mi
linery is now being sold at actual cost
Showed at tho battle of Austcrlitz he
was tho greatest leader in the world
Ballard's Snow Liniment has shown the
public it is the best liniment in the
world. A quick euro for rheumatism,
sprains, burns, cuts, etc. A. C. Pitts,
Rodcssa, La., says: "I uso 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.
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of medicine is positive assurance of purity,
accuracy and reliability.
It INSURES you getting what the doctor
intended you to have when he wrote your
IT INSURES you getting what you asked
for when you gave your order at the drug
IT INSURES the use of the very highest
quality of drugs compounded into each and
every prescription and every bottle and
package leaving the store.
IT INSURES satisfaction to patient, to
physician and to trained nurse and it pos
itively insures the lowest possible prices
consistent with high quality.
Open an Account with us Today
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ON OUR BOOKS. YOU SHOULD BE GLAD TO HAVE IT THERE
TOR MANY REASONS.
1. YOU CAN BE ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN OF GETTING 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? Because thirty
days is cash with us and a great convenience to many.
JUST TRY US FOR 30 DAYS
NOW IS THE TLME TO BEGIN. EVERYTHING SOLD ON A
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Capital $100,000 Surplus $25,000
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Dealers in Everything
EMPLOY ALL UNION CLERKS
151 North Broad Street
J. WATT HOGUE
JAMES W. HOGUE
Vico President and Cashier
Wo read in nil tho papers, north, east, south and west,
That Globo as a mining center is ahead of all tho rest;
And when it comes to climato, wo'vo got it mountain high,
From tho valleys, rich nnd verdant, to the peaks up near the Ry
Whero tho sun each day is shining and tho heavens ever bh
Wafts the ozono pure nnd fragrant, as a rich old wine to yi
Our ad man says he has spent many years and many dollars ia
travel to find tho only Globo on tho globo, whero the financial and cli
matic conditions aro just a "fow" hotter for the homeseekcr and spec.
ulator than anywhero olso on this old globo.
Wo aro in tho real estato business. Buying, selling, renting or trad
ing, talk to tho other follow, then soo tho
HOME INVESTMENT CO.
Utility and Hired Man
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The H. H. Bru Company, Inc.
DEALERS IN LISTED AND UNLISTED SECURITIES. ,
Wire connections with Boston, Chicago and New York Markets.
Bisbee, Duluth, Ishpeming and Calumet curb markets a specialty
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins.
STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSIONS.
Trust Building Globe, Arizona Telephone I90I
GLOBE BOWIE ' SAFFORD
Wholesale Grocers. Tobacconists and Cigar Dealers
Ask for the AMERICAN or EL SIDEL0 CIGAR
There are None Better
Spooner Dramatic Co j
Miss Allie Spooner
ADMISSION 25, SO and 75 Cents
BOUND TRIP BATES FBOM EL PASO VIA. DD2ECT
LINES; SEASON TICKET, $87.45; SIXTY DAY TICKET.
$72.90; FLYTEEN DAY TICKETS, $56.75; VIA NEW
YOEK IN ONE DHLECTION ONLY, SEASON TICKET,
$97.30; SIXTY DAY TICKET, $81.05. SALE DATES
DAILY UNTLL NOVEMBER 30; FINAL BETUBN 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 Bldg., El Psoje
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Did you know that we carry complete lines of
Perfume, Talcum and Fac
Roger & Gallet's
And aU neccessaries of the toilet? WELL WE D
Have vou ever inanected our line of RU"D
Goods? It is comnlete. We also carrv a comple 1
stock for the sick room, nothing omitted.
Where? The Palace Pharmacy, of course.
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