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SundaYi October 27, 1907
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
n Every Depart
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GLOBE
I prepared to serve
you in a satisfactory
ment or Baniung
READY FOR BATTLE
(Continued from Pago Thrco)
jfgentJ Stato University Georgo C.
Governs John Franklin Port.
Goxernor Frank S. Katzcnbach Jr.
gorfrr.j'" Kov. John E. Vinson.
Coretcjr Frederick Krafft.
pernor John C. Butterworth.
Judges Court of Appeals
iociao Judges Court of Appeals
CJ Bartlett, D; Edward W. Bart-
A ,,, Ta
social" Judges Court of Appeals
AjRcbi1 Lyon, John T. McDouough.
uoeiato Judges Court of Appeals
lAbriJge A Jlart, .hrwin J. Ualdwin.
usociato Judges Court of Appeals
iTtosw Cnramins, Thomas A. Hopkius.
5onii Juucial District:
Denoa Republican and Indopoud-
I ,;, Leag William J. Gaynor.
jociahs' Louis u. iienuin.
Sotiahst Labor Timothy "Walsh.
Prtiulitwn Harold D. atson.
K,-3t!ra -Samuel Nelson Sawyer.
IX'socra:- Jonn v. aduou.
Be?abh:an, Democrat and Tndepcnd
lit League Charles D. Wheeler.
Socialist Albert L. Purdy.
Etjublican John O. Sheatz.
Diffiocrat John O. Hnrmnn.
Prohibition M. H. Stevenson.
Socialist Samuel Clark.
C:Ttrssr Frederick II. Jackson.
lieutenant Governor Ralph C. Wat-1
Secretary of State Charles P. Ben
nett. Attorney General William B. Good
enough. General Treasurer Walter A. Read.
Govcrnoi" James II. Iliggins.
Licutcnnnt Governor Charles Sisson.
Secretary of Stato Robert Gioivo.
Attorney General Edward M. Sulli
van. General Treasurer John B. Archam
Governor Louis E. Remington.
Lieutenant Governor James E. Case.
Secrotnry of Stato Frederick T.
Attorney General Cassius L. Knceland.
General Treasurer John W. R. King.
Governor William II. Johnson.
Lieutenant Governor James B. Allen.
Secretary of State John F. Fletcher.
Attorney General Frederick Hurst;
General Trcasuror H. F. Thomas.
Now York County
FUSION (Republican and Independ
Justico Supremo Court M. Linn
Justices Genoral Sessions Charles S.
Whitman, R; Melvin G. Pnllisor, I L;
Nathan Vidavar, I L.
Judges City Court Wm. H. Wad-
hams, R; Douglas Mathowson, R; Tsi
doro Wassorvogcl, R; II. C. S. Stimson,
I L; James A. Douegan, I L; Edwin S.
Morrill, I L.
Sheriff Max F. Ihmseu, I L.
Justico Supremo Court James W.
Justices Genoral Sessions Edward
Swnnn, James T. Malone, Josopli F.
Judges City Court Edward F.
O'Dwycr, John II. McCarthy, John V.
JMcAvoy, Alexander Finelite, Thomas F.
Donnelly, rotor Schmuck.
- Sheriff Thomas F. Foley.
Republican Leopold Mnrkbrcit.
Democrat Edward J. Dempsoy.
. City Party Frank L. Pfaff.
Prohibition John Roobrtson.
Socialist Nicholas Klein. ,
Republican Thcodoro E. Burton.
Democratic Tom L. Johnson.
Republican Daniel A. Ryan.
Democrat and Good Govornmont
Lengui! Edward R. Taylor.
Union Labor Patrick II. McCarthy.
Salt Lako City
Amorican (Anti-Mormon) John S.
Democratic Richard P. Morris.
Republican Charles G. Plummor.
Socialist A. E. Jarmon.
I am tho man who will, without extra
charge, go nnywhero in tho city to tnke
an 'acknowledgment, day or night, rain
or shino; also draw up deeds, roloascs,
mortgages and wills at small coat; bug
gy always ready in front of Brown's
store. Phono 441. L. H. Brown, tho
notary public. tf
TAKES THE BAKERY
Mr, Charming Talks Interest
ingly of the Little Pest and
Mining in Northwest
Bonofit entertainment at Drenmland.
Tho Spoonor Drnmntic company will
present "Tho Anarchist" in flvo nets.
Grand llnllowo'en ball nt 10 o'clock.
Admission $1; ladies freo; extra lady,
Notico to Public
Wo will not bo responsible for any
checks drawn by tho Globo Concert
band except thoso drawn on tho Gila
GLOBE CONCERT BAND.
Diamonds" tonight at
Purity nml accuracy
at Barrott's drug storo.
Van agonen, next door to tho post
ofllco, does a general painting and pa
per hnnging business. All work guaranteed.
Popular prices, 25, GO and 75 cents,
all woek at Droamland.
Ring up 372 for a painter. .Van Wag
onon will call on you and give you a
Buy a Coupon and save $2.50 on Pho
tos. Koy's Studio.
With or without rubber tires. Colum
bus buggies at Globo Hardwaro company.
Gila Valley, Globe & Northern R. R. Co.
THE GERONIMO ROUTE
General Cut In
EFFECTIVE AT ONCE
3 l-2c per mile
. 3c per Mile
J. Parko Channiug, president of tho
Tonnessco Copper company, official in
a half dozon other largo miniug com
panies and consulting engineer for tho
Lowisohn syndicate, which is doing ex
tensive development work in tho Globo
district, is n visitor in tho city and
will remain horo for several days. Yes
torday ho paid a visit to the property
near tho Livo Oak and Inspiration,
which tho General Development com
pany has undor bond, in company with
tho company's engineer, Louis A
Wright, and local repreesntative, F. C.
Alsdorf, but upon his return ho had
nothing to say for publication regard
ing tho result of tho dovoolpment work
there, nor tho company's plans for tho
Mr. Channing, who is ono of tho
prominont mining ongincors of the
country, has just roturned from Alaska,
and has not been in tho cast since last
Juno, consequently ho could venture
no suggestion as to tho present copper
situation and how long tho prcsont de
pression would last. Ho stated, how
ever, that tho copper industry was not
tho only ono which has received a set
back, but that tho mining industry in
all its branches is affected to a consid
erable extent by tho unsottled financial
conditions. In Alaska, ho stated, that
things woro rather quiot, especially at
Fairbanks, whero there -had been labor
troublo during tho summer. In tho
Klondike gold nctivity continues and
lnrgo consignments of gold leave on
every southbound steamer. What struck
him more forcibly than anything clso
on tho trip, probably literally as well
as figuratively, says Mr. Channing, was
the Alaskan mosquito.
"With tho thermometer hovering
around tho century mark in midsummer
and tho air thick with the little pests,"
said Mr. Channing at tho Dominion last
evening, "panning in tho Klondiko is
far from pleasant. I hnvo fought mos
quitoes in South America, tho West
Indies and in New Jersey, but tho Alas
kan mosquito has his business, down
patter than any of them. It is not an
uncommon sight to seo miners panning
with heavy gloves on in midsummer
and their heads inclosed in netting, and
instances wero cited to jiio of minora
going insano from tho bifes of tho in
sects. Lifo in Arizona with tho tomper
aturo over 110 is a pleasuro compared
to living in Alaska with tho mercury
ranging in tho nineties."
Thero has been no reduction as yet
at tho mine of tho Lewisohn syndicate,
tho full force of sixty men being at
work, and Mr. Chahning was unable to
state at this time whether or not a cut
would bo made.
Latest, safest and most Improved
moaei, guaranteed for economy and rd-
llabllity; simplest scientific engino built.
MINING AND IRRIGATION
Sold, and installed on absolute guar
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
Roar of Ingrain's, opposite 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
See Axtcll for repairs,
2000 lie TicKets
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
Buy a pound of that famous Little
ton Creamery butter at tho Independent
Market, only 40 cents a pound. tf
Seo tho agents and buy a Coupon for
tho best Photos In tho city. Key's
Baking powder at Sam Kco's; five
pound can for $1.50. Guaranteed satisfactory.
Globo Jobbing Shop. Fred R. Axtoll,
proprietor, 3C9 Devereaux, two blocks
cast of Dreamland.
Have you seen the now line of pipes
Two registered phurmacists at Bar
rott's drug store.
Stop at Sam Kco's today; ask about
Globo Jobbing Shop
VM WM 0IS? mi BlfiST
U the itroncut ind but bot blut ttore mide. It It a
ttxlif WDLilerAil hciiT (will hold fire jo houn with
lairs pill el toft ccti). It will barn ANYTHING no
toil li too theap or peer Tor It.
Hall the hcitiac power of coal (oet up the chlmncjr
(if, wbeo ordiDirjr
beaten are used. In
the O. V. D. Hot
Blast, th! as is ox
Idlzed aad turned so
that less coal is
used and note
Tblt It accom
means of the
D r a ft wbjcb
takes In fresh
air at the top of
the store, heats
It to note than
Coo degrees and
forces it otei
the upper sur
The as li
than It ob
tained 1 n
burn tens Mri-
toa! than a bite burner, to beat the same room. It
Ires off a uniform beat and It absolutely air tight.
Don't worrj- about the price of hard coal. Ihjs Hot
Blast solres the problem. Look It orer and see for your,
self. It It made better and heavier In :ery way than
any other similar store sold. See It before you buy.
T Hot Blast Stoves
will pay for itself in ono sea
son by saving fuol
Hot but WrE&TMfF$m
Fire pot BwSMMKF7w!BSB&3la
support HtKj iSVsHhHP
teamed &jjr llfiSfB(W
bottom WSff rlf WifoTwS W
Two carloads of
and Steel Ranges.
Largest assortment of
STOVES in Globe
J. P, McNeil
Opposito Miners' Union Hall
710 N. Broad St. ToL 1711
Headquarters for the
Gatii Meat Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Will Meet All Prices
Not once in a while, but every
timo you order. Delivered at
once. Wo handle nothing but the
very best meats and our cutters
know how to cut it.. Just re
ceived a fresh shipment of
SWISS, TWIN AND LIMBTJB
GER. Phono us your order and
wo will pleaso you.
MIAMI FLAT, ARIZ.
Solicits your patronage and guarantees
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc.
GIvo this popular placo a call
Get a Good Meal at
Directly Opposite Postoffice
Substantial Home Cooking
The Gatti Meat Co. are the only
"bum" butchers in town and they sell
nothing but butters. Come around and
seo for yourself.
Standard Transfer Co.
TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE
AH Kinds of ilesvy Hauling Done
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
be had at the Central Market. For a
square deal and treatment call at
The Central Meat
JAMES Pins, Manager
Anyone wishing to purchase a Nav
ajo blanket or rug, call at 475 N. Hill
street, Bailey block. Finest collection
over brought to tho city.
Hot chocolato, etc., at Barrett's drug
Saddlo horse, very stylish, but very
gentle; good horao for lady; cheap if
sold at once. Inquire A. H. Kim
brough, Franz Lumber Co. Phono 7G1.
Dates of Sale Nov. 9th to 17th;
Final Limit Nov. 19th
L- H. LANDIS, General Agent, GLOBE
A Most Worthy Article
When nn articlo has been on tho mar
ket for years and gains friends every
year, it is safo to call this medicine n
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:
'Tor five years my family has 'not
boon troublod with tho winter coughs.
Wo owo this to Ballard's Horchound
Syrup. I know it has saved my chil
dren from many sick spoils."
Sold by Palaco Pharmacy.
A Big Novelty
Seo-tho Three Dots at tho Iris to
night. You will liko them.
You will find no poor
tea in packages bearing
our name. If you find
any such, you know what
Your grocer returns your money if you don't
.like SebminjrVBesti'we pay biro.
Elite Pool and Billiard Parlors
BASEMENT UNDEB FIRST NATIONAL BANK
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS COME ONE-COME ALL
INTOXICANTS NOT ALLOWED
J, M. DALEY - - Proprietor
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
my diplomas at stable. Examination
freo at office.
S. L. HAMILTON
Graduate New England Conservatory of
Post Ofllco Box 1235.
MRS. A. E. BARKER
Manicuring and Chiropody, Massage
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
ti. E. BIERCE
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 Wagcnen. . . .President Jos. H. Hamlll Vice President A. G. Smith Cashier
Dr. W. A. Holt Patrick Roso Fred C. Griffen
A. W. Sydnor E. M. Whito Fred T. Bragonier
C. M. Cushman . . . . Assistant Cashier 0. 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 gSggj svlct
Telephone 62 403 to 423 N. Broad Street
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