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Saturday, October 26, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BEL1
In Every Depart
ment of Banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GLOBE
Is prepared to serve
you in a satisfactory
I GOOD SHOWING
c0lIfCIDENT WITH BETTER ORE
BODIES IT IS PRODUCING AT
A LOWER COST THAN EVER BE
TORE IN ITS HISTORY.
n,.hstanding tho low prieo at
ftirii i'-rcs of tlio Shannon Copper
t.nl3n aro Rolling, in common with
,, ba-n " of tno copper list, condi
t jus hP ,n'n0 wero wevor hotter.
The o-w furnaco has Leon installed,
HO a " "K" a ""'" jiruuuuiiuu is
tj bc'fi forced, tho smelter 13 output
tue a' ,o rate of 1,500,000 pounds per
TV management bolievos that for
-Hf ' ' l. vvmiw ivA.viu Villi
i.viuimlUiirfld lit.... lmn. nm.i
trU,lAI JV.H..Ui VJ3 JM..U LVVJI VVIIU-
-..M .- that from now out tho
rroper,T vill show an ability to mino
,yrori"r and hind tho snmo in New
Ycrk ' ou'sido cost of 11 conts
Id n.ociecwon wim improvements in
nt..rv ilnnnrttnnnf tlinvA lina
. iHH-'d-iui, Mvini.iu.vui, iuviv uaa
ja a marked betterment recently in
tif eapp" contents of tho ore. Tlio
(:;ten"a,ng ores havo recently im
rveJ 'ruin an Jivorago of 2.5 per cent
ti 3.2 Pet "cn'- Tho smelting ores aver-
i bou 4 per cent.
IBr cutuuiuj a uiniuna niu u?u in
juJ stapo uunng tno past year, after
O,0i;i was disbursed in dividends',
(2w,C0i' was added to working capital.
President .inster says: ""iiio snan-
toi mmo is looking better than ovor
Ut:te to its history, and our plant is
abetter condition than ever before to
rrtLie the best working results. Our
MKjter writes us that ho can produce,
t:ppr at tho mino nt not to exceed 10
Kits per pound.
"At tho present time our cost of nnn-
i-jr, including development work, will
tot average abovo $2.50 per ton, and
it tas bee nas low as $2.20 per ton.
for concentrating costs aro now down
t C cents per ton, and I figuro that
c:r tsta) costs, including charges of
ovory character, will not exceed $0.50
a ins is n very creditablo showing,
"" "i i" "1'imuii mat or all tlio
copper mines in tho country, Shnnnon's
cost per pound is today lower than tho
"In addition to other improvements,
Shannon is today making n larger sav
ing of copper from its concentrates
than over before, or about 77 per cent.
"Wo havo today over 4,000 share
holders. It is to bo regretted that tho
splendid condition of tlio mine, its plant
nu us nuances, snouiu develop at a
time of such hysterical conditions in tho
general stock and motnl markets."
LEGLESS MEN ORGANIZE
C. Dcmnrotti has romovod his dry
goods, shoes and shoo ropair storo from
(12 1 North Broad streot to 558 North
Broad street, whoro ho will bo pleased
to meet friends and customers. The
usual bargains may bo had from n much
Will Seek to Promoto Gospel of Ohcor
aud Sunshiuo Among Themselves
. CINCINNATI, Ohio, Oetobor 25. An
association of legless men was started
hero today by an informal convention
of legless men, who took tho first stops
toward forming an oruanization. Arti.
ficial legs aro not barred.
Tho primo movers in the organization
aro Noah Cusher of this city, John Bo
nikosi and James McCasson of Junc
tion City, Ky.; W. A. Johnson of Cin
cinnati and Julian Brown of Fostoria,
Ohio, all of whom havo lost their lower
Adelbort Martz of Greenville, Ohio, a
charter member of tho Order of Legless
Men, hns ono good leg, and that fact
almost caused his disbarment, but ho
was finally accepted. All of tho" legless
men aro aoio to got about on artificial
legs. The main purposo of this pro
posed order is to mnko lighter tho woes
of their fellow unfortunates by spread
ing a gospel of cheer and sunshine.
Groat! Gee, that's a swoll company!
Say, thoy'ro tho best ovorl I sure got
my mouoy's worth. Johnnie, save mo
threo good scats for tomorrow night.
Theso aro somo of tho expressions at
tlio door as tho crowd passes out of
Droamland after seeing tho Spooncr
TELLS OF ALLEGED
Ring up 372 for a pulntor. Van Wag
onon will call on you and give you a
With or without rubber tires. Colum
bus buggies at Qlobo llardwaro company.
Buy a pound of that famous Little-
'ton Creamery butter at tho Independent
Markot, only 40 conts a pound. tf
Sco tho agents and buy a Coupon for
tho best Photos in tho city. Koy's
Baking powdor at Sam Eoe's; five
pound can for $1.50. Guaranteed satisfactory.
EXPLAINS HOW PEOPLE ASSOOI-
ATED WITH PHELPS DODGE
LOCATED COAL LANDS
HAD A TIP THAT A RAILROAD
WAS TO BE BUILT TO THE
Coal Lands Would Jump 331-3 per
Cent After the Rails Wero Laid and
They Had a Right to File on Lands
With Viow to Making Profits Later.
Globo Jobbing Shop. Prod E. Axtoll,
proprietor, 309 Dovcrcaux, two blocks
east of Droamland.
ilnvc you seen tho new lino of pipes
BERNHARDT NOT TO RETIRE
Actress Says Sho Will Remain on tho
Stago Until Death
PARIS, October 25. Sarah Born
hardt, in denying a rumor that sho will
soon retire from tho stage, said to an
"This may, of course, bo my last
season, as rumor says, for I am an old
woman and my lifo is in God's hands,
but I shall play until my death, and tho
fate I hopo for is tho death Sir Henry
Two registered pharmacists nt Bar
rett's drug store.
Stop at Sam Koo's today; ask about
See Axtoll for repairs,
Don 't worry,
Globo Jobbing Shop
Purity and accuracy
.it Barrott's drug store.
Wo frnrne pictures. Nuquin & Co.
Gila Valley, Globe & Northern R. R. Co.
THE GERONIMO ROUTE
General Cut In
EFFECTIVE AT ONCE
1000 Mile Tickets
2000 Mile Tickets
3 l-2c per mile
. 3c per Miie
These Tickets will be honored on all Arizona
lines of the Randolph System, including
Arizona & Colorado R. R.; Maricopa &
Phoenix R. R.; Phoenix & Eastern R. R.
On Account of
TRIP FROM GLOBE
Dates of Sale Nov. 9th to 17th;
Final Limit Nov. 19th
L. H. LANDIS, General Agent, iGLOBE
Judgo W. A. Hawkins, counsel for
tho Phelps Dodgo company, in an inter
view relative to tho indictments re
cently returned by tho federal grand
jury at Santa Pe, said, aomng other
"In tho first place, every citizen of
tho United States is entitled to locate
1G0 acres of coal land. It must bo
located for his own benefit and at tho
timo of location ho must make proof
that ho is not acting for tho interests
of any other person in seeking to ex
orcise his right. It is a well known
fact that tho coal deposits of New
Mexico, nnd generally wherever found
in tlio mountain regions, aro remote
from railroad connections, and it is
impossiblo to in any way develop tho
same or handle tho output until a rail
road is built to such fields. It is a
fact that hundreds of thousands of
acres of well known coal lands exist
in solid bodies in various parts of New
Mexico, and that nobody will enter
them because no capital can bo gotten
together to build a railroad to them.
Tho government rccpiires that $10 per
acre shall be paid for theso lands when
ever entered, if the game are more than
fifteen miles from a railroad, and $20
per aero if within fifteen miles.
"Whenever a railroad is promoted
to buiiu into hitherto unoccupied coal
fields, for the purposo of bringing out
tho coal, the same becomes of some
"The friends of tho promoters im
mediately see a prospect ahead of bo
ing able to profit in tho event of loca
tion of such coal fields, and it is not an
unusual thing, but quito tho regular
order, for those who have inside in
formation as to tho probability of the
construction of such railroads to imme
diately mako filings on such coal lands.
Some persons may bo acting more or
less in unison and with an idea and
plan of disposing of their entries to
the best advantago after such railroad
is constructed, and they frequently club
together, employ an attorney, in fact,
who thereafter furnishes all proof the
government requires in tho interests of
each of the entrymen. Every man who
makes his coal entry in this manner
undoubtedly has tho belief that ho will
profit by it. No individual can work a
coal mine, and no individual in enter
ing such lands has any idea of himself
working his coal field.
"His hope and idea invariably is to
sell and disposo of the same to somo
company that ho may know which has
been organized, or hopes will bo organ
ized, for the purposo of supplying coal
from such lands to tho market. Tlio
mere fact that a lot of men of kindred
association work in unison with each
other, thus taking up rights to bo hold
by each thereof, is by no means any
ovidenco that there was any agreement
or contract or secret arrangement that
they wore acting in making such entry
for anyone else. But under precisely
such statement of facts, the special
agents of tho United States chargo that
tho men who mndo entries in tho Du-
rango coal fields, just at tho timo it
was thought tho Phelps Dodge people
wero working to build a railroad into
thnt field had a secret understanding
with tho Phelps Dodgo company; that
thoy would dovoto such entries for tho
benefits of that company, and not for
their own individual benefit. '
Judge A. B. Fall, attorney gcnornl
for tho territory of Now Mexico nnd
who is in El Pnso on his roturn from
Washington, whero ho wont for a con
forenco with tho secretary of tho inter
ior and Attorney General Bonnpartc,
was asked yesterday if thcro wero any
new developments in tho New Mexico
alleged land frauds.
"Tho matter," said Judgo Fall, "has
been settled and tho public will hear
no more about it. Thcro was uo fraud
so far as tho lumber company was con
cerned, or so far as Dr. Rickettg is
concerned in tho coal land business.
Tho secretary of tho interior nnd At
torney General Bonaparto and myself
went ovor tho wholo caso in tho tim
ber land question nnd if thcro was
any mistake mndo it was mado as to
the territory's jurisdiction or powor to
sell the lands, nnd that is a matter for
congress to adjust when it meets. The
charges of fraud wero all based on tech
nicalities and you havo no doubt ob
served from your own payor's tele
graphic news that tho assistant fedornl
attorney who has created all tho sen
sation has been recalled to Washington.
"As to tho indictments ovor tho coal
lands, that is something that took placo
whilo I was in Washington. I am not
acquainted as to tho details, but from
what I have learned sinco roturning to
El Paso, I am inclined to tho beliof
thnt it is another mare's nest."
Latest, safest and most improved
model, guaranteed for economy and re
liability; simplest scientific engino built.
MINING AND IRRIGATION
Sold and Installed on absolute cuar-
Box 211 GLOBE, ARIZ
Nicely furnished rooms by tho month.
Dances given every Wednesday and
Saturday night by
J. E. O'NEILL
For a good fit go to
J. W. WALTER
Rear of Ingram's, opposite the First
Suits Made to Order
for 25.00 and Up
A fit guaranteed or your money refunded.
Hats and clothes cleaned as good as
Not onco in a while, but every
timo you order. Delivered at
once. Wo handlo nothing but the
very best meats 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
vro will please you.
Ut-up feed coyer.
m VERY BEST HOT BLAST
b the troo(eft tad belt hot bint Mere nude. It if a
retllr wonderful heier (lil bold tire jo bouri with
Silf i pill ol toft coil), li will burn ASY1iSI.SC so
roil li too cheap or poor Tor it.
marine fcer.inr, power el coil gotr tip tbe chlmncr
c (it, wbea ordinary
beaten ire vied. Id
the O. V. B. Hot
Bllit.thii ll li ox
Ulicd and burned 10
that lets coal li
uicd and more
Thli li accom
pli. bed bj
meim of the
Ho I Bl ait
taltei In fieih
air at the top of
the Itore, htXI
It to mote than
forcei it oter
tbe upper lut
fa c e of the
ne pi it
o u r h t Ijr
than li ob
tained i n
burn lesa hArf!
toe! than a bate burner, to heat the tame room. It
(irei otTa uniform heat and li abiolotejr air tlt.hr.
Don't worry about the price of hard coal. Thli Hot
Dint lolrci the problem. Look it oter ind lee for youc
elf. It li mide better and heavier in ercry way thai
lay other llalliritorc lold. See it before you buy.
The Hot Blast Stoves
will pay for itself in one sea
bou by saving fuel
(' r" ' """BjSt
Hot bit w I imMm
draft R ; inuMLH
cfl JhH9kwv! iwmbS
fire Del fnfcPT- --tadMainM
Mr itnT57Tnliafii. ih
710 N. Broad St. Tel. 1711
Headquarters for tho
Gaili Meat Co.
Wholesale and Retail
MIAMI FLAT, ARIZ.
Solicits your patronage and guarantees
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc.
uivo tnis popular place a call
Get a Good Meal at
Re stati rant
Directly Opposite Postoffice
Substantial Home Cooking
Will Meet All Prices
The Gatti Meat Co. are the only
"bum" butchers in town and they sell
nothing but butters. Come around and
see for yourself.
Standard Transfer Co.
TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE
Ail Kinds of Hesvy Hauling Done
Two carloads of
and Steel Ranges.
Largest assortment of
STOVES in Globe
Pun for all at tho hallowo'en ball
Thursday, Oetobor 31, nt Dreamland.
Admission $1 and 50 cents. Co mo out
and help tho boys,
Crowds increasing every night at
Dreamland. Shows someono knows good
J. P. McNeil
Opposite Miners' Union Hall
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
Genuino Sheep and Lamb always to
bo had at tlio Central Market. For a
squaro deal and treatment call at
The Central Meat
JAMES PIUS, Manager
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, Iligdon
& Co. Residence, the white house ou
South East street. Call and examine
my diplomas at stable. Examination
freo at office.
S. L. HAMILTON
Graduate New England Conservatory of
Post Office Box 1235.
MRS. A. E. BARKER
Manicuring and Chiropody, Massaga
and Scalp Treatment a Specialty.
Globo Offico Building
MRS. P. A. SMITH
Elite Pool and Billiard Parlors I
BASEMENT UNDER FD2ST NATIONAL BANK Q
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS COME ONE-COME ALL
INTOXICANTS NOT ALLOWED
J. M. DALEY
Special for obstetrics, typhoid and pneu
monia. Residence, 1-13 Lane street,
School hill, North Globe.
SULTAN & WAYNE
141 North Broad Street
P. O. Box 867
GEORGE K. FRENCH
Rooms 7 and S, P. O. Bldg. Phono 1211.
Assayer and Chemist
H. E. B1ERCE
Agent for DEMING SMELTER
THE GLOBE NATIONAL BANK
Capital $50,000 Stockholders Liability $50,000 Surplus and Undivided $3,500
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
G. S. Van Wagonen. . . .President Jos. H. Hamill Vice President A. G. Smith Cashier
Dr. W. A. Holt Patrick Roso Fred O. Grlffen
A. W. Sycnor E. M. Whlto Fred T. Bragonier
C. M. Cushman. . . .Assistant Cashlor O. G. Mardorf Teller Keenan C. Shock. . Collection Clerk
Do a general banking business.
We draw drafts on all parts of the world
THE W. W. BROOKNER CO.
THE BIG STORE
EVERYTHING IN MERCHANDISE EpS3,
403 to 423 N. Broad Street
acting when they seo it.
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