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Lturday, November 23, 1 907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
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BEGIN YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING NOW
Christmas is only six vcoks oil. Tho timo to bogin your shopping
for that happy anniversary is now right now. Who has not boon
caught in tho Jam of Christmas buyers? Who has not said in such an
ordeal: "Next yoar I shall buy oarlicr?" Every year tho pross gives
excellent advico on this subject. Usually it is givon late too lato
but nevertheless it is good advico.
Tho Silver Belt, taking timo by tho forelock, is giving it now.
Thcro aro scores of reasons why buyers will proflt by it. Today tho
stores aro taking on their holiday brightness. In another day or so
they will look their protticst. Christmas goods aro bright and fresh
and clean. Tho wiso buyer has choico of them first choice Ho has
t5o timo to chooso carefully. If you cannot bogin today, bogin to
morrow, or uoxt day, or next woo, but do not put your 'shopping off
octll tho Christmas soason sets iu. Do not bonxiught in tho Christmas
A word further: Watch tho advertising columns of tho Silver Bolt
day by day and you will do your shopping intelligently and profitably.
HEAD OF ASYLUM
MS GONE INSANE
SPORT SAYS THAT DR. FERGU
SON WIIO WAS ATTACKED BY
jIANIAC, IIAS -BEEN TAKEN
EAST TOR TREATMENT.
Ferguson, superintendent of
t-r .rial lusano asylum, has gono
-a- nsano and that ho has been
I-;- i" iur iri-auuuni oy specialists,
j- startling information that is giv
jci tho Nogalcs Oasis, although
iFpsuT nothing has been said about
- ferguson's condition, says tho Tuc-
pi ti-rguson is well known in Tuc
j an- t popular here. Ho was a
n ji rogaies oeiore going 10
,:5.x to accopt tho supcrintendency
l(C tsano asylum, ana no was ono
C r3,lt,cal leaders in Santa Cruz
Ii- Oasis says:
"Thurs lay morning tho friends of
fto Ferguson of Xogales, superin
zl.v of the territorial insane asy- In bottlo of Ballard's Snow Liniment. It
3 a Phoenix, were shocked bv tho . cures all pains. J. M. Roberta, Bakors-
.'rcaton that upon tho preceding
it f bad become very suddenly and '
,t ncicntly insane, as a result of tho
ji: ho received at tho hands of a
Gila Valley, Gl
Hot Springs -
Tickets sold each Saturday
Latest innovations in Reduced Fares
Good on all Randolph Lines in Arizona, including:
GILA VALLEY ROUTE
L. H. LANDIS,
lunatic a few weeks ngo. It will bo
recollected that tho doctor was assault
ed with an axe, his head having been
struck with tho back of tho instrument.
While- seriously hurt, his recovery was
rapid, but tho after result was what
was feared and tho worst anticipations
have been realized, lie had been out
of his bed and about tovcrnl days, and
was on tho road to completo recovery.
Wednesday ho was soized with a desiro
to break furniture, and when Mrs. Fer
guson remonstrated, ho attacked hor.
Tho lady iled tho room and 'called for
assistance. When thoso called arrived
thoy found tho doctor in a paroxysm of
violence. Ho was overpowored, but to
prevent further violence thoy had to
manaclo him. The samo evening, in
tho caro of attendants and heavily
ironed, ho was started for tho east to
receivo there tho attention of special
ists. "Dr. Ferguson's many friends havo
had cast over them a deep and lasting
gloom, and thoy feel direst forebodings
for tho final result, yet they hopo the
attention of tho specialists to whom he
is taken will result in beneficial re
sults." Alfred Benjamin Clothing sold at
Lantln's. A largo stock of boy3' and
children's clothing now sold at cost at
To your horso as well as to yourself.
You ncd not suffer from pains of any
sore your horses need not suffer. Try
field, Mo., writes: "I havo used your
liniment for ton years and find it to
bo tho best I havo evor used for man
and beast." Sold by Palaco Pharmacy.
obe k Northern H R. Co.
HOT SPRINGS RQUTE
MARICOPA & PHOENIX
PHOENIX & EASTERN
I IN ARIZONA 1
Tho Yuma county Exhibit at tho ter
ritorial fnir demonstrated tho fncfthnt
cotton growing is soon to bocomo tin
important industry iu tho Yuma val
Isaac Comb's, who served a term in
tho ponitentiury for committing a crim
inal assault on n young girl, near Cen
tral, in Graham county, has boon re
leased. Combs claims tluit ho is inno
cent of tho crimo nnd thut tho girl in
tho enso was forced to testify against
him by her grandfather.
Grass widows may not bo -widows,
as that Tombstono attornoy asserts, but
tho old Kngllsh common law and Noah
Webster hold that any woman, .mnrried
or single, who is tho, mother of n child,
is a widow. At all ovcntH Hho of tho
alfalfa stripo knows how to accumulate
divoreo court prospects, oven if sho
can't dodgo hor taxes.
Tho now Gndsdcn hotel at Douglas
will bo thrown open to tho public on
W. II. Thompson, a Bisbeo minor.
'shared his bed with a stranger whose
!ncquaintance was formed in a saloon.
'When Thompson nroso tho next morn
ing ho found that $220 had been tnkon
from his pockets and that his bed fol
low was missing.
Tho Salvntion Army nt Douglas finds
it impossiblo to supply tho domand for
clothing b tho poor pcoplo of that city.
Snow covers tho Hincon mountnins
near Tucson and tho poet of tho old
pueblo is warbling, "Oh, tho snow, the
Oro assaying $110 in gold .has been
discovered in tho properties of tho Con
oidntcd -Copper company, near No
gales. By tho oxplosion of a lamp tho rest-
J donco of 11. G. Biggs, near -Phoenix, was
destroyed, entailing a loss of $3,200.
Bisbeo has succeeded in stumping out
Frnnk Robinson, a Phoenix lad of
18, met pretty- Frances Logan, aged 1C,
at tho territorial fair for tho first time.
They eloped to Jerome, whero they
were found in n room together after
3 I -2c
M. O. BICKNELL,
Gen. Pass. Agent
the lock on tho door had boon broken.
They will bo takon to Phoenix for trial.
Tho girl resides in Bisbeo and visited
the fair in company with hor mother.
Because his wifo tears hor hair a
Phoenix mnn has decided sho is crazy
and is having hor examined by a lunacy
commission. Sho must bo crazy"if hor
spouse is notbaldhended.
Frank Boll, arrested for tho theft of
a $10 check, escaped from the branch
jail at Bisbeo and has not been reenp
tured. J. C. Johns', an Arizona pioneer, is
dead at Bisbee.
Bisbeo smallpox so far has proved of
a mild typo.
Tucson republicans in order to get
candidates on their tickets, havo stolen
tho domocrntic thunder and will make
a campaign on tho saloons.
Ono hundred thousand acres of arid
land, ulong tho Southern Pacific, near
Yuma, is boing reclaimed by irrigation.
Tho charges preferred by tho school
teachers aro not worrying 11. L. Long,
territorial superintendent of schools.
Ho intimates that tho fuss was kicked
up by a small coterio of trouble breed
eis. Pickpockots aro busy in Tucson and
sovcral arrests havo boon made.
Warron is soon to bo lighted by elec
tricity, MARKET CLOSES
FOR SOI TIE
(By H. II. Bru Co.)
Anaconda .. -31.00
American Smolters 01.12
Beading . 79.50
Southern Pacific ..... 00.37
Union Pacific 00.37
Union Pacific 109.25
U. S. Smelting common .,.. 25.37
U. S. Smolting preferred .. 80.37
Arizona Commercial 9.25
Bingham 4.S7 5.00
Calumet & Arizona 94.00 95.00
Copper Range 01.25 51.50
Grccnc-Cananea 5.37 5.02
rorth Butto 30.50 37.00
Old Dominion 22.25 23.00
Shannon . .. . .9.02 9.75
Trinity . 9.50 9.75
Utah Consolidated 31.50 32.00
Helvetia 1.50 2.00
Dcnn-Arizoua 2.37 2.G2
Globe Consolidated 4.12 4.50
National Exploration .27 .31
Nipissing . . 5.50 5.75
Superior & Boston ..-. 2.12 2.37
Superior & Pittsburg 8.87 . 9.00
The market opened strong and closed
at the highest prices of tho day. Very
little liquidation nnd a great number
of small orders seems to strengthen tho
market. Tho .money market is to bo
watched and whenever it clears up,
stocks will tako an upspirt and not un
til then. If investors can hold onto
their stocks it only means a matter of
timo until tho impaired condition will
mend itself. Wo would not adviso sell
ing any holdings at the present prices.
SHORT STORIES OF THE CITY
Special Meeting of Masons Thcro
will bo a special communication this
evening of White Mountain Lodge, No.
3, F. & A. Jr., for work in tho M. M.
Visiting brethren cordially invited. By
order of tho W. M.
Baptist Services Rev. II. D. Latter
will conduct regular services at tho
Baptist church Sundny morning and
evening, Tho morning subject will bo:
"Havo Faith in God;" evening,
"Tho Ilnlcr Who Was Almost Por
suaded to Bo a Christian." Services
and Sunday-school at tho usual hours.
Paid Up Meat Bill. Tho caso against
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams, charged
with an alleged attempt to defraud their
creditors, was dismissed after it had
been taken to tho grand jury room for
investigation. Tho meat bill of the
Globo Wholcsalo Meat company, which
caused tho action, wns paid nnd the
Governor Leaves Today. After a day
and two nights in Globe, Governor
Joseph II. Kibboy and B. A. Fowler
leave this morning. Tho governor will
stop off for n day at Safford, whoro ho
will renew old acquaintances, and Mr.
Fowler will return to Phoenix.
Now Bccciver in Charge. H. D. Mar
shall Jr. of St. Louis yesterday morn
ing took charge of tho affairs of tho
Globo National bank as permanent re
coivor, National Bank Exnmincr Pago
transferring his duties to tho First
Message from Santa. The Pnlace
Pharmacy has received an interesting
message from Santa Clans, which is
publishcl in tho shape of a regular
opon letter in their advertising spaco
on pago six. It will bo found of in
terest to old as well as young people.
After tho Poundmaster. Thcro will
be an interesting trial in Judge Thomas'
court today following a complaint mado
yesterday by Supervisor Eyan against
Moneyback means that
the tea is good and well
worth the money.
rCan't mean anything
Your grocer returns your money If you don't
like Schilling's Best j"we pay hl
Fred Richards, tho city poundmaster,
and tho trial will test tho validity of
Richards' appointment. Tho latter seems
to havo gotten into hot water becauso
of charges mndo thnt ho had connived
with others to havo stray animals hord
ed in from without tho city limits nnd
placed in tho city pound, soi that a fco
could bo collected for their release.
You can't bo well if you havo a, weak,
'inliealthy, tired out stomach. Neither
t-.in you feel good if by somo little ir
regularity in eating you havo caused tho
stomach to get out of order. These lit
tle stomach troubles aro sign's of indi
gestion, which may and very often does
turn into a very bad case of dyspopsia.
Don't allow them to go on a single day
without doing somothing to overcome' it.
Take somo good, reliablo and safe di
gestant liko KODOL for dyspepsia. KO
DOL is tho best remedy known today
for heartburn, bolching.and all troubles
arising from a disordered digestion. It
is pleasant to take nnd affords prompt
relief. Sold by Hanna's Drug Store.
Don't bo fooled by fako sales. You
can buy your clothing and furnishing at
Lantln's cheaper than at fake sales.
A Sale of Millinery Unprecedented
in the Trade Annals of Globe
Right at the height of the season, when our stock is
at its very best, and when you are really in need of
hats, we propose naming prices unheard of in this or
any other aity, and this great cut effects the best
hats in thft hnnsp All hnrs hnrptnfnrp spllinrnf
$25. $27.50, $30. $32.50, $35, $38 and $40, and CI
these prices were low, go in this great sale at 1
BARCLAY, HiGDON & CO.
Single and Double Teams
Saddle Horses Hay, Grain & Coal
A Specialty made
Three Nights Ending Saturday
Black Faced Comedian
A New Comedy Sketch to
Close the Show
and Heating Co.
P. L. BUTZ, H. W. TITUS,
Opp. Kinney House, Mesquite st.
F. L JONES & SON.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE: 174 S. Broad St.
Telephone 432 Telephone 133 HI North Broad Street
P. O. Box 867
-r- r-r : j george k. French
Store Below town, rrices Likewise
" ATTORNEY, COUNSELOE-AT-LA"W
Now is tho timo to get a supply of goods at unusually low prices. I
carry everything you need. GLOBE, ARIZONA
GROOEEIES, HARDWARE BOOTS, SHOES .
CROCKERY, WOOD BLANKETS, COMFORTS j ,
HAY AND GRAIN DRY GOODS AND FURNISHINGS AsSayer aK Chemist
5 per cent Rebate on all Cash Purchases BIERCE
Wm. Mill Williams Globe' Arizona
Telephone 121 ' North Globe Agent for deming smelter
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Thcro ik nothing better for stomach
troubles than KODOL, which contains
tho samo juices found in a healthy stom
nch. KODOL is offered on a guaranteed
plan for tho relief of heartburn, flatu
lence, sour btomach, belching of gas,
nausea, and all stomach troubles. So
at times whon you don't feel just rjght,
when you aro drowsy after meals, and
your head aches or when you have no
ambition, and you aro cross .ind irrita
ble, tako KODOL. It digests what you
cat. It will mako you healthy. Sold
by Banna's Drug Storo.
It Is worth whilo to inspect our large
stock of clothing, hats, shoes and fur
nishings at Lantln's.
We frame pictures. Naquin & Co.
,A Wonderful Trick
See Wayne tho Wizard' at tho
Also now moving pictures and
SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE
Ladles', children's and Infants'
ready-to-wear clothes. Millinery, fancy
goods, etc. .Pcoplo's Cash Storo, Dolph
Baatz, Prop., 080 N. Broad street,
I Globo, Arizona.
of Fine Livery Rigs
393 NORTH BROAD ST.
FwfcMrtd 'I IBBanE P
For a good fit go to
J. W. WALTER
Eear of Ingram's, opposlto tho First
Suits Made to Order
for $25.00 and Up
A fit guaranteed or your money re
funded. Hats and clothes cleaned as good as
RESIDENCE: 346 S. Hill St
W. BROOKNER CO.
THE BIG STORE
403 to 423
Bnanffimnrri wn:. wn
Opens Miners Boarding House
Mother Brackin has leased the Min
er's boarding house and will be glad
to servo her old friends and as many
new onos as will appreciate good homo
cooking and neat rooms. Give me a
call and I will treat you right.
Edmund T. Satchell
As3ayer and Chemist
41 BROAD STREET P. O. Box 867
GOLDEN LODGING HOUSE
Prices reduced 50 per cent. Singlo
rooms, good beds, electric light. snrin-
water. Opposite the Wcdgo saloon,
North Globe. Hooms $4.50 nor month.
FEED H. GOLDEN, Prop.
G. B0HSE, Proprietor
This h to notify the public that I
havo again takon full charge of tho
Globe Steam Laundry, and that Copas
& Richards, to whom I leased the plant
somo time ago, have retired, and are no
longer Jn any way connected with tho
I wish to assure my old patrons and
the public in goneral that all work will
be first-class and that a prompt service
will bo given. Give me a trial.
Nov. 21, 1907. O. BOHSE.
Standard Transfer Go.
TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE
All Kinds of Heavy Hauling Done
Meals served Southern style.
We cater to tho family trade;
ladies and children especially
' Lady Orchestra in Attendance
BASEMENT OF TEUST
CHAS. E. CUNNINGHAM & CO.
MIAMI FLAT, AEIS.
Solicits your patronage and guarantees
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc.
Givo this popular placo a call
DR. L. ALBERT COMBS
Veterinary Surgeon, Dentist and Grad
uate Royal Collego of Edinburg,
I treat all curable diseases of domes
tic animals. Offices, Barclay, Iligdon
& Co. Residence, tho white house on
South East street. Call and examine
my diplomas at stable. Examination
freo at office.
SULTAN & WAYNE
N. Broad Street
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