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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Tuesday, November 12
8ontntivc8 of tlio Holy Ghost nnd Us
society If thoy ngnin attoiiipt to evan
gelize men nnd women of Texas, accord
ing to 11 letter written to a friend hero
by J. II, 'Venzoy of Texas, ycstcnlny,
through whom tho disciples of Elijah
Sanford nro credited with almost secur
ing $100,000. Mr. Venzoy says:
''There is ono thing certain; if Mr.
MacKenzio comes to Texas, or sends
any ono else on a similnr errand, Judge
Lynch will tnko a big hand in tho evan
gelization. Texas will not sit idly by
nnd seo a fellow being robbed.
"These shepherds expected to get
over $100,000 from Texas through inc,
GLOBE LUMBER CO
GLOBE HARDWARE CO.
Heating Stoves, Cook Stoves,
Mining Timbers a Specialj
but God let mo into their scheino and j
blocked their game."
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Our stock has arrived
just in time to supply every
one in Globe.
THE BEST STOVES AT
THE LOWEST PRICES
GLOBE HARDWARE CO.
Hollow Concrete Building Blocks
:MADE TO ORDER DIMENSIONS:
ADVANTAGES OF HOLLOW CON
Cheapness of construction; buildings warm
la winter, cool In summer, dry ventilated
walls, fire and dust proof; Insurance Is
cheapen requires no palmitic or ropjlrs;
blocks cun bo laid hi the vrall ruplCli and
require but little mortar; platerini; muv
bodonoonthu back of the stone, sdvLtr
lathlnp: free from rats mice or vermin;
perfectly sanitary, resist! rain and dries
quietly, while solid walls remain damp.
I use the Right Process, the Right
Material and have the Right Kind of
Blocks, also the Right Kind of Machin
ery. Estimates on -Building Promptly
Furnished. Call at
Two-story Concrete Block House, West
of Globe Lumber Yard
O. K. Livery Stables
General Livery and Feed Stables
Gaited Saddle Horses. ...Phone 481
QUICK SERVICE AND GOOD RIGS
Phone 481 W. P. KELSEY, Mgr. Globe, Arizona
i LOW RATES
To Arizona and New Mexico, Sept.
1 to Oct. 31
The following rates apply to main lino -points on Southern Pacific
Company in Arizona and New Mexico:
NEW YORK $50.00
BOSTON '.. 49.45
WASHINGTON, JD. C ." 4855
NEW ORLEANS 30.00
ST. PAUL "..,.' 31.75
MINNEAPOLIS . .7 31.75
CHICAGO '. 33.00
ST. LOUIS ." 30.00
OMAHA ,. . . , 25.00
COUNCIL BLUFFS 25.00
KANSAS CITY 25.00
Via Direct Lines, and More Rates from Other Eastern Ports
Theso rates apply over differential lines
Long Time Limits and Stopovers
Cost of trip may bo doposlted with any agent of Southern Pacific
Company, and ticket will bo delivered to your eastern friond.
Personally conducted excursion parties from Chicago, Cincinnati, St.
Louis, Kansas City, Washlpgton and New Orleans every week.
Ask O. W. WARDWELL. agont, SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO., Bowie,
A. T., for details, or write to
EMPEROR FRANCIS JOSEPH OF AUSTRIA.
Frauds Joseph, emperor of Austria nnd king of Ilungnry, wns born Aug. 18,
1830, nnd cnino to the throne In 1848. Austria and Hungary under bis reign
bnvo enjoyed nn era of progress mid prosperity.
TREED BY DOGS THE SAVAGE FE
LINES ARE BROUGHT DOWN BY
SHOTS FROM RIFLE AND SHOT
GUN IN WOMEN'S HANDS.
E. G. HUMPHREY,
Dist. Pass. Agent,
Santa Rita Hotel Bldg. 29 1 Tucson, Arizona
DRIPPING SPRINGS, November 1.1.
Quito an exciting incident occurred
at Dripping Springs last Saturday after
noon, at or near tho ranch of W. T.
Mrs. Armstrong and her youngest
daughter, Murl, Miss Maggie Xolson,
Mrs. C. C. Hayes and baby Kathryn
wero nt tho ranch alpno with the ex
ception of three splendid, good watch
dogs, Mrs. Hayes, sitting by tho window
noticed tho dogs leap over n fenco nt
one corner of the yard, and by tho
time slio got out sido discovered the
dogs had their unfortunnto victim or
victims up a tree, ono of tho dogs going
riglit on up tho tree.
Mrs. Armstrong ran in and got her
.22, and each ono ran to the dogs
to seo what it" was. Miss Nelson who
was "in tho lead," called out, "run
quick, here are two cub bears!" But
after thoy drew nearer the tree, they
discovered two largo wild cats. Tho
tree being forked near tho ground, ono
of the dogs climbed right up behind tho
"viscious varmints" nnd wns fighting
tiicm with ins "pnw" trying to knock
them out of tho tree.
Tho ladies' being somewhat excited,
wero afraid jf thoy shot nt tho cats
they would kill tho brave dog. But
finally in tho great fight tho dog fell
from the tree and Mrs. Armstrong shot
and killed ono with the .22, while "Miss
Nelson ran back to tho house, got tho
shot gun and camo back and killed tho
other one. It required a great deal
of courago on tho part of these ladies
to accomplish this great deed as thoy
stated tho cats were very much "on
into polico court uro of tho gilded youth
variety, who becomo intoxicated nt the
sight of a glass of beer and a night of
hilarity, with a nickel or 7 cents in
thoir pockots when thoy uro brought
up before tho city magistrate.
"No; wo can't tako your watch for
collateral," the judge will toll them.
"Well, it cost $97," tho youth will
This sceud sometimes ends by a sad
faced littlo woman, wlmso gurb shows
plainly that tho money spent by her
'sporty" son would bo a welcome ad
dition to tho fnmily purse.
"You know that this is tho last
monoy in tho house, Charlie," sho will
tell the bleary-eyed boy, and then fol
low tears, reproaches, promises and
finally tho youth is taken homo with
RECEIVES GARFIELD CHINA
Whlto Houso Now Possesses Plates
Used by Former President
WASHINGTON, D, C, November 11.
Mrs. .Tamos A. Garfield, widow of the
twentieth president of tho United
States, has given to tho Whito House
several pieces of china which wero used
by President and Mrs. Garfield long
beforo thoy came to to Whito House.
Tho gift consists of a largo dessert
bowl on a standard, a fruit compote,
and n dinner plate, each dish bearing
a largo lettor G in jold English script.
James R. Garfield, son of tho former
president, and himself secretary of the
interior, made the presentation.
Mm. Roosevelt added a new cabinet
several months ago in which to display
tho constantly increasing collection of
china, which is on exhibition ip the
lower corridor of tho Whito House.
Mrs. Garfield's addition to tho his
torical collection has been placed on the
upper shelf of tho new cabinet. The
edging of each piece is of gold, with -an
inch wide mauve border, a scroll and
a leaf in gold nnd bronze running
through and under tho border. A bunch
of bright colored autumn leaves and
berries decorate tho center of the compote.
RULE AIDS LAND PATENTEES
General Land Commissioner Provides
'Way to Record Old Claims
I POLICE STATION
j 6BEKT EQUALIZER
In Your Fuel Supply Now
GROCERIES, FUEL and FEED
Gamble & Mclnroy
P. O. Box 109 Telephone 751 Store Odd. Dennt
RICH AND THE POOR BUMF THEIR
SHOULDERS IN MAKING BEPAR.
ATION TOR OFFENSES COMMIT.
TED AGAINST LAWS OF CITY.
One Towel Cabinet,
Brush, Soap and Six
Towels each week
$1.25 per Month
750 North Broad Street
Cold Meats for Hot; Weather
Equipped with a thoroughly modern
refrigerating plant wo offer' all moats
thoroughly cooled, all animal heat
removed, all tho healthfulncss, all
tho Juiciness and all tho flavor ro
taincd. Pioneer Meat Market
"Tho Best Meats"
Lifo in tho rough, nnsoftened by tho
environment of better things, is seen
almost duily at tho local polico station.
There is no placo where tho lines of
socioty and caste aro.so obliterated as
in a polico station, for crime, liko death,
is a great equalizer. Tho miflionairo
who has failed to hitch his driving
horse, rubs shoulders with tho "common
drunk;'? tho littlo girl lost from her
paronts looks with eyes that do not
understand for sympathy from tho be
draggled woman whoso years have been
spent in tho underworld.
"Have you peoplo got Bill in horo?"
a woman in a tawdry costumo asked
at tho station tho other morning. Ono
of her oyc.s showed tho mark of a fist,
and tho plump appcaranco of her faco
wasn't duo to any gcntlo massage,
"Yes: ho's here," responded tho
jnilor, "and it'll tako $25 to get him
out. what's your nnmol"
Tho woman gavo her name and tho
jailor looked over tho station blottor.
In an alloy, tho rain pouring down
upon her unsheltered faco, a woman
was found not long ago. Vagrancy
wns placed against her name on tho
blottor of tho prison. Tho noxt morning
sho was sontonccd to ten days' impris
onment. "Yes; I know that woman," said
ono of tho patrolmen. Sho was a steady
sort six months ngo, working in ono of
tho city cafos, but sho participated in
a number of rear-room wino suppers,
nnd noxt down tho lino sho went. She's
hitting dopp how. Good people in Knn
sas, where T'sho camo from less than a
year. ago. "
Many of thoso who find their way
WASHINGTON, D. C, November 11.
Tho commissioner of the general land
office has formulated n plan whereby
porsons having some interest in lands,
patents ior which were issued years ago,
but which havo never bee ncallcd for
by the patentee, may, without incurring
tho expense of searching for lost dpuli
eato receipts, or furnishig abstracts of
title, havo such patents sent directly
to tho proper county officials for record.
It is believed that tltis method will
bo the means of placing, many of theso
ancient instruments of record and of
straightening out titles without impos
ing any exponso upon interested persons
other thnn tho fees of county officers
for recording. It is said that many val
uablo tracts aro thus involved.
MISUSE OF MAILS CHARGED
Negro's "Secret" Insuranco Company
Alleged to Bo Fraudulent Schomo
RICHMOND, Va., November 11. In
the arrest qf O. Augustus Wright, a
negro, for fraudulent uso of tho mails,
Postoffico Inspector Hnl B. Mosmy is
believed to have suppressed n systom
ntic nnd well defined scheme to rob tho
negroes of Virginia. Many thousands
of dollars aro said to havo been fraud
Tho specific charge on which Wright
was arrested wns that of obtaining by
misrepresentation a sum of monoy, as
an insuranco premium, from Stonowall
J. Blow of Skippers
Wright's schomo was worked in such
a way as to make detection difficult.
Ho advertised in various county news
papers that ho was conducting a sick
benefit insuranco company and invited
correspondence. In rcsponso to inquir
ies ho would stato that $2.50 would so
euro a sick benefit policy that would
pay $0.50 a week In caso of sickness
and $100 at death. Upon rocoiving his
monoy Wright would explain that tho
organization was a brotherhood and en
tirely secret. Not oven its namo was
to bo mentioned to anyono oxcopt him
self. No member knowwho tho other
members wero, and thoro wero no meet
ings to attend.
HAZERS PULL TEETH OF VICTIMS
Box in Rockland, Mich., Tolls How Stu
dents Acted as Dentists
MILWAUKEE, Wis., November 11.
Hazing hns gone to tho limit in north
ern Michigan, according to n dispatch
from Hancock. In Hocklnnd, npnr there
hazers in the public schools ncted as
dentists for their victims. Ono boy
lost so many teeth that ho was mado ill
and was- forced by his paronts to con
fess what caused tho trouble. Tho
hazers wero arrested, but tho cases wero
settled out of court.
lampstmAn FwMrcifinn N0?f?Ly
uumwivuai wspvjmvn, VA.
Thcro is nothing bettor for stomnch
troubles than KODOL, which contains
tho same juices found in a healthy stom
ach. KODOL is offered on a guaranteed
plan for tho relief of heartburn, flatu
lence, sour stomach, belching of gas,
nausea, nnd nil stomach troubles. So
at times when you don't feel just right,
when you nro drowsy after meals, and
your head aches or when you havo no
ambition, and you aro cross and irrita
ble, tako KODOL, It digests what you
eat. It will make you healthy. Sold
by Hanna's Drug Store.
Don't worry. fGlobo is all right.
Need a carpenter !11"35ctolJ, Globe Job
makes Mission Furnituro to
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.
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM EL PASO VIA DIRECT
LINES; SEASON TICKET, 587.45; SIXTY DAY.TKivET
S72.00; FIITEEN DAY TICKETS, $50.76; VIA NEW
YORK IN ONE DIRECTION ONLY, SEASON Til 1ET
S97.30; SIXTY DAY TICKET, $81.05. SALE DTES
DAILY UNTIL NOVEMBER 30; FINAL RETURN LUIli
ON SEASON TICKETS, DECEMBER 15.
For further particulars please write or call on
I J. S. MORRISSON,
City Passenger Agent, A. T. & S.F. Ry., Hills Bldg., Ei PdsoJet
Window screens! Seo Axtcll.
Is ono of Globe's oldest and best
known cafes; everything" first-class in
his line. Call and bo convinced.
For a surrey, runabout or ordinary
buggy, seo stock of Globo Hardware
See Axtoll for repairs,
You can't bo well if you havo a weak,
unhealthy, tired out stomach. Neither
tan you feel good if by soma littlo ir
regularity in eating you have caused tho
stomach to get out of order. These lit-J
tie stomach troubles arc signs of indi
gestion, which may and very often does
turn into a very bad case of dyspepsia.
Don't allow them to go on a single day
without doing something to pvercomo it.
Tako somo good, reliable and safe di
gestant liko KODOL for dyspepsia. KO
DOL is tho best remedy known today
for heartburn, belching and all troubles
arising from a disordered digestion. It
is pleasant to tako and affords prompt
relief. Sold by Hanna's Drug Store.
We want your goodwill
and your money; not one
cent without that good
will. Your crocer returns your money if yon don'l
like Schilling'! Dcst; c pay him.
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INDIAN HOT SPRING
noted resort for health and pleasure Bates, u
$3.00 per aay. Twenty minutes ride froa :
Springs Station, ai-Mia coa
Arizona. These wonderful
tors aro recommended to
rheumatism, gout, aropsy, Lri
Kidney ana stomacn trosi;
blood disorders and woaea'i i
ments. Beautiful lawns
shade trees; large plunze
swimming pool; alco fish lake a
boating, lawn tennis and crop;
ana swings. Try oar woadJ
If you are sick, get well. If well, get pie
mud and mineral baths,
uro and rest.
Tickets with return limit of ten days, $5.35 for the round tnp.
Saturday and Sunday excursions On Saturdays and Sundays fcj
May 23rd to September 30th, tickets limited to return the fellmrJ
Monday will be on salo at the rate of $1.25..
ALEXANDER BROTHERS, Postoffice Fort Thomas, Arc;
Los Angeles, California
HEADQUARTERS FOR ARIZONANS
Ariznnans (pending the summer on the beaches arc welcome: t nec::c!cl
ludlcs parlors, gentlemen's waking rooms, bureau of Information aco a.itr.eiti
vcnlencos. Meet your friend? lhere. Ladles and children welcjms A0fic;;tti
stop at The HollCDbcck. Ucctrlc excursion and beach cars pass the Ouor
Central Location l'.icellcnt Accommodat jcj
Reasonable Prices. Splendid Kcstaurant
A. C. BILICKE JNO. S. MITCHE
Office of the Arizona Hassayampa Club of Los Angeles.
gai.BBy-gjaiffjf-'yryiyr'iiiT " 3arnn L'im-rr,
The Finest Resort in Giobe
Popular with all classes winter and summer. Re
freshments of all kinds. Choice Cigars, Wines
Schlitz and Anheuser-Busch Beer always onDraua
itp'tw T H"" "'n
WOULD LYNCH EVANGELIST
Texan Writes Lotter Threatening Holy
Ghost and Us Society
LISBON PALLS, Maine, November
11. Lynch law is threatened to repro-
HE reorular snbsp.rinf.inn nvirp. nf thp. Silver Ttelt. m11.
rlolnmvorl f a ov.tr vo-pf rt-P k oi'TT ic 7K i-fo rov mOP
uwiywivu iu cnj poiu ui tine vivj o f V,GlllQ p-i "
During the next twelve days $2 in scrip will be accept
in payment for ' three months subscriptions, the redu
nvir nnf "mlr aTYnltri-nrr -f-n nour anVvcrpil-iavc! Vint t,0 U'""
in arrears or those whose snbsf.rintinn will exnire Wit"1
current month. This offer will only hold open until November -
Remember the Silver "Relt takes the full Associated nress l'eF
faithfully covers the local field, and publishes daily the stock a
sA 4rtl Vis - lf--t ItIf -TV W tMArtTTAA - -- " S r Nl 'T f WWX I f T" 1 ""H ll
m3UU niauieib. many miyruvemeiiLS cue ui uuiiLciiiiJiauiv"i
will be made during tlie next 30 days.
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