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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Wednesday, Dec, 4,
t Patrick Rose,
E. T. Stewart,
When 'ou 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 thr.t 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
H"t"M'H;M H IK I'UMW ii 1 1 1 HI I
SHORT STORIES! OF THE CITY
New Suits Filed.-j-Tvo new suits
were filed in tho district court yestor
day. Tho plaintiff in both is tho Globe
Hardware company and tho defendants
are respectively tho LJvo Oak Copper
Mining & Smelting company and tho
Globe-Arizona Tclophono company. Tho
formor is for debt and tho Jatter an at
tachment. Teachers Examined. Five teachers
took the examination in County Super
intendent W. O. Kellnor's oflico londay
and Tuesday. Thoy wore 1. M: Killion,
Gh.be, for life certificate; John W.
Murphy, Globo; Miss Annio 0. Mercer,
Globo; T. T. Chave,iMJsela, and S. H.
Monger, Willcox. Tlie, papers woro sent
.away yostorday and tiio rosult of the
territorial suporintondqnt's examination
of thorn is expected hor'e the ond of
Supervisors Adjourn. Tho board of
supervisors of this county after being
in session two days and a half, ad
journed, or rathor took a recess at noon
yostorday. Only routine work was tran
sacted by the board.
School Attendance Good. Tho avor
ago attendance at tho public schools
tluriug tho month of November was S6
por cont. The total enrollment for the
month was 701, exclusive of the high
.school, as against 73S, tho avorago at
tendance during the first month of the
term, which shows a strong increase.
Twenty-three scholars are enrolled in
the high school, six boys and sovonteon
A Handsome Store. William Mill
Williams has almost completed tho im
provements ho has been making at his
storo in North Globe. A handsome gal
vanized iron sign bearing his name, now
adorns tbe top of tho building. Tho
store is being painted, inside and out,
and when tho work is completed tho
store will be a eredit to tho city.
Butler Wins Cane. W. H. Butler,
chairman of tho board of supervisors,
won tho cane raffled oft yesterday by
Tom Donaldson, tho raffle taking place
at Kcegan's. The cano is a unique. one,
ibeing made entirely of elk antlers and
is the work of James McGuire, who is
serving a term in the prison at Yuma.
Mr. Butler values the cano very highly
and although ho received several good
offers for it, refused to dispose of tho
Now Management Southern Grill.
Yesterday William Welch, who for some
time past has been operating the Acme
cafe, purchased the interest of Charles
E. Cunningham in tho Southern Grill,
Trust building. Mr. Welch is one of
tho best restaurant men in the territory
and will maintain in a high degreo and
to tho increased satisfaction of patrons
the splendid roputntion of tho Southorn
Grill. Ho is a whole-souled, gonial gen
tleman, familiar with tho roquiromonts
of cafe patrpnsjuand will cater with u
gonerous and painstaking hand. Tho
Silvor Belt bespenks for tho new man
agement great success in the undertaking.
Isaac S. Cochran of Morenci is a
business visitor in tho city, arriving
hero last evening.
Mrs. James Noff of Clifton is in tho
city for a visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs, .1?. M. Coffee.
D. J. Ifoborts of El Paso, ore buyer
for the smelter in that city, is a busi
ness visitor in the city.
J. C. Gatti of the Uatti Meat company
wont to Clifton yesterday to look aftor
his businoss interests in that city.
Johnny Baker and Jack Kidney, two
well known and popular San Francisco
traveling men, woro among last night's
arrivals in tho city.
Gcorgo G. Khrenberg and James L.
Finloy of Tucson, engineers in Uie gov
ernment service, wee arrivals in tho
city last evening, coming on horsebnek
John Hall, formerly connected with
the Gila Ynlloy railrond, is in tho city
from Phoenix. Mr. Hall was injured
about a year ago by being thrown from
n motor car ami is now suing the rtmd
Mr. and Mrs. F. Ualiinovitz of- San
Carlos were arrivals in tho city last
ovoning. Mr. Itnbinovitz is chief clerk
at the Indian agency and ho will have
businoss bofore the federal grand jury
rotating to Indian affairs.
N. S. llerray and family have moved
into tho city from tho Old Dominion and
have taken apartments at the Dominion
hotel. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Kenton, who
made their home with the Berrays, aro
also living at the Dominion.
Mrs. Frank H. Jones and children
have arrived in the city from Phoenix
to join Mr. Jones, who is in tho general
agent's oflico of tho Gila Valley road.
They formerly resided in Globe, moving
to Phoenix several months ago.
W. G. .Rice, secretary of the Superior
& Boston company, eft yesterday morn
ing for Houghton, Mich., after attend
ing the annual stockholders' meeting
held here Monday. Captain James Chy
noweth, president of the company, will
remain 'hero a week beforo returning to
C. K. Crowley, .superintendent or
Ifobert Shcrcr & Co., who have had
chnrgo of tho railroad construction work
between San Carlos and Fort Thomas,
loft yesterday for Nevada. The com-
Gila County Abstract Co.
THE POPULAR AGENCY
"A customer pleased is a cus
tomer forever." Give us a trial
and be convinced.
Gila County Abstract Co., Inc.
Over Brown's Store
pany has completed its contract with
tho Gila Valley road and is moving its
ontiro outfit to Nevada to work on a
GETS TEN YEARS
Attempted Slayer of D, James
Gets Maximum Penalty
Honry S. Bucknor, who Monday plead
ed guilty to assault with a deadly wea
pon, was yostorday afternoon sentenced
by Judge Navo to servo tej years in
tho territorial prison. Before sentence
was pronounced Attornoy Flannigan
made an eloquent plea to tho court for
morcy, stating that his client shot James
while montnlly unbalanced through ex
ccssivo uso of liquor. Judge Nave said
that it was unusual for him to ninko
comtnonts. in passing sentence, but the
eloquence of tho attorney's plea moved
him to remark that n vast number of
crimes are committed because of tho
excessive uso of liquor aud that no mat
ter how great a license is imposed on
tho trnflic, the amount obtained from
this' source would nevor equal tho ex
penditures caused by it in the course of
Tho trial of Wcsloy Burgess for the
murder of Junn Cabrera on Lower Pinto
Crook was begun at tho morning session,
,n jury having boon secured before ad
journment iuimiuuv jiiiuruuuu. tx mini-
bor of witnesses, principally Mexicans,
Wore introduced by (ho prosecution and
rapid progress was made. Tiio territory J
rested beforo tho noon recess was taken
and by tho timo for adjournment in tho
afternoon (be defonso had most of its
evidence in. Burgess wns placed on the
stand in his own defonso by Judge Me
Collum and he told his story of the
tragedy to tho jury. Ho stated that
tho trouble arose over a gamo of "pan
gingi" in hia barber shop and that the
Mexican loft tho plnco saying that he
would "put out his (Burgess') lights"
beforo tho next day if Burgess did not
boat him to it. "When ho buw tho Mex
ican coming toward his tent house, he
saw him reaching as though for a gun.
He took down his shotgun and fired at
tho Moxican. Ho said ho did not know
whothor or not the Mcxicau was armed.
Aftor Burgess was cross examined
by District Attornoy Henry, the de
fonso introduced other witnesses to show
the bad character of tho deceased and
also to show that ho usually carried a
gun. Tho case .will go to tho jury sonic
timo this morning.
After tho d'isKsition of tho Burgess
case, tho trials of Joo Glino and Jesus
Garcia will bo taken up.
ITALIAN MASONIC .
BY THE LOCAL COLONY
Globo lodge 2o. 135, Human Bite
Mnsons, was organized in Globe Sunday
ovening at Miners' Union hall with 101
of tho local Italian colony as mem
bers. Tho lodgo was instituted by Dr.
G. Gcrino of Thurbcr, Texas, with the
following oflicers: D. Zucca, grand mas
tor; C. Dell'Ara, first assistant; B.
Brocca, second assistant; D. Babagliati,
orator; F. Rolando, secretary; G. Brae
co, treasurer, and C. Giacomo, master
Monday .evening a banquet wns given
by the lodgo in honor of Dr. Gcrino for
his excellent work in instituting tho
lodge. It was hold at Mqurol hall and
was attended by about 150 members of
tho Italian colony. After a splendid
spread which was served by Messrs C.
Dell'Ara and Ci Bruno, a delightful
ovening was spent in music and danc
ing, and it was a late hour when the
GETTING BUSY WITH
"JIM CROW" MEASURES
GUTIIRIK, Okla., December 3. Tho
democratic legislators did not lose timo
in beginning on "Jim Crow" bills, and
measures thabjiwerc introduced in both
houses today. Tho bill considered most
important other than the "Jim Crow"
mcasuro provides for a special election
to bo held next year to determine on
tho permanent location of tho state cap
ital. Bills prohibiting bucket shops,
regulating lobbying and defining trusts,
corporations nnd monopolies and requir
ing railroads to maintain union depots
wcro introduced in tho senate.
Sam Kco's for underwear and shoes.
Doll?,l Dolls! Van Wagoncn has the
finestlino ever brought to Globe.
To tho Public
Having reduced my expenses in tho
way o'l labor anu rent ior tuo next six
inontl', I havo concluded to reduce
horsjMliooing. Commencing December 1,
1907; and Continuing for six months, at
Jlio rato of $1.50 por set for plain shoes
arfd $2 per sot for caltfed shoes
G. W. M. OABVIL.
Tho Globo iBank & Savings Co. pays
4 por cent on term doposits, C to 8 per
cent on escrow doposits and wants es
crow loans on real cstato and- first-class
securities. Beal cstato sold on term
sales, part cash, 9 por cent interest and
small monthly por cont on principal
balance. Firo insurance placed in best
Teddy bears at Van Wagonen's.
Aro you having troublo with your
kidnoysf Tboro are lots of people today
who wonder why thoy havo pains across
tho back, why they aro tired and lack
ing in energy dn& ambition. Your kid
neys nro wrong. They jneed relief with
out dolay. Take Do Witt 'a Kidney .and
BIndder Pills: they aro for Vwcak, back.
inflammation ofho ,WadderV fcackacho,
mw1 wAnlf Vitnava 'QstlfliSnv TTomnn'o
UltVl TV IttCk AlUUD D
The Hanna -Drug
The name of, Hanna on a box or bottle
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 evcy 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.
"mHH4H H"H'M I't HI I M4'lM'1f4
Look Who's Here
Onslow & O'Brien, jtwo real comed
ians, aro hero, and will delight tho
crowds at the Iris tonight.
JJce our line of holiday goods beforo
buying. Van Wagencn'e, next to post-office.
Basing powaer at Bam See's; Ave
pound can for $1.50. Guaranteed satisfactory.
Look Who's Hero
Onslow & O'Brien, two real comed
ians, nro here and will delight the
crowds at tho Iris tonight.
Whenever you feel that your stomach
has gone u littlo "wrong, or when you
feel that it is not in good order, as is
evidenced by mean headaches, nervous
ness, bad brenth and belching, take
something at times, and especially after
your meals, until relief is afforded.
There is nothing better offered tho pub
lic today for stomach troubles, dyspep
sia, indigestion, etc., than KODOL.
This is a scientific preparation of nat
ural digcstantB combined with Vegetable
acids' and it contains tho same juicca
found in every healthy stomach, KO
DOL is guaranteed to give relief. It is
plcasaut to tako; it will make you feel
fine by digesting what you cat. Sold
by Hanna 's. Drug Store.
Good soft coal delivered in ton lots
at $12 per ton. Globo Hardwaro Co.
Tie Big Act la Hero
Don't miss Onslpwtand. O'Brien to
night at tlfe Iris. "Abig, laugh.
Van Wngencn makes a specialty of
tinting. Satisfaction our motto.
Alfred Benjamin Clothing sold at
Lantln's. A large stock of boys' and
children's clothing now sold at cost at
The White House
561 N. BROAD ST.
"Come Quick if You Would Share in
Box Paper Envelopes to Matcli
Fancy Decorated,. 35 kind....- .25e
Another arndo.. formerly 25c. now..15e
Taney ruled and unruled, regular 35c,
now ..- -.. .....iic
Ruled, 25c kind, now - 15e
All tints, ruled and. unruled, 50c kind,
now , 30e
Good, quality, 10c sizo........ , .... 5
Linen Tablets, 25c kind 15t
9x12 pencil tablets, reg. 10c, now 5q
Letter size, ruled, 20c kind 10C
Knvelopes, while tjiey last, per pkg. 5c
Big sizo counter books . .10c
Counter books, heavy cover....-...- 15a
Crepe paper, all colors, long, rolls 12.&C
Fancy crepe paper napkins, per 100....20c
Cough yourself into a fit of spasms
and. then wonder why you don't get
well. If you will only try a bottlo of.
Ballard's Horehound Syrup your cough
will bo a tiling of tho past. It is a pos
itive cure for coughs, influenza, bronchi
tis and all pulmonary diseases. Ono bot
tlo will convince you at your druggist,
25c, 50c, $1. Sold by Palace Pharmacy.
Tho Big Act Is Hero
Don't miss Onslow and O'Brien, to'
night at the Iris. A big laugh.
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co.
Capital $100,000 Surplus $25nrm
DIRECTORS ' U
L. D. Bicketta - D. W. Wickcrsham T. A pa,,
A. T. Thomson II. S. Van GordeT 6
C. E. Mill E. M. Hurd Ph. Freaentha
I. E. Solomon
INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS
All Classes of Accounts Invited. Foreign Exchange at Lowest Bate
E. M. HUBD, Manager M
J. WATT HO0UE
JAMES W. HOQUE
Vice President and Cashier
When Paul Jones was asked" to strike his colors, his reply wM ...
haven't commenced fighting yet." When you talk to a genuine article
of a Qlpbe man about the financial condition of the only 0.-
the globe, ho will tell joix that "we havo got tho proper timber all
over this portion of tho southwest to open mines, build cities, rai!rMjs
turnpikes and canals, no will also tell you that the true ngl0!
Saxon race don't know what defeat is." There havo been dcrcssi,
over each country sinco the- beginning of time-, and as the a.ue of
commodities rise and falL. so wll depressions come and go, a j ,
mnn Or set of men who could regulate tho desires, ambitions and r.
quircments of all tho people to exactly suit all the people at aov a&i
all timer, would bo greater in wisdom than all the sages of k p
or present age. Wo know that wo pcoplo in Globe have got tin beit
town, tho best peoplo, tho best climate and the best mines in Os. p-n.
try. "It's up to us to do tho- balance. Wo wish to state tha -.P are
in tho real estate business nnd are open to trades,, buys and bi. :i.
Buying or selling, givo the
HOME INVESTMENT CQ.
JIM HOQUE, Manager.
HOGUE Utility and Hired
Call district messenger service, phone
2191. Littlo Wonder Candy Store.
Ovcrshirts and men '3 glovc3.
Satisfaction our motto. Wo have
tho best equipped paint store in the
city. Van Wagencn, next door to- tho
postoffice. Givo us n call.
New York is too far
from. Japan; San Fran
cisco is nearer.
Vourirroterreturns your rooncr li.yos. don't
lite SchiUiac'sBctt; vie par Mm.
Tonight from. 7:30 to 10:30
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Program for Thrco, Nights. Ending
Animated Pictures .
"Tho Dieppo Circuit"-
BEAHAN AND ALTA
In Singing and Dancing- Comedy
' Tho" Spring Gun"
VTho Redman's Way"
Theaters on Iris circuit: Bisbco,
Globe, Morenci, Nogalcs, Tucson, EL
Paso and Cananca.
Three. Nights Ending Wednesday
.W. H. CUMMINGS
"Tho Second Childhood"
ONSLOW & O'BRIEN
Illustrated Song by
"Saved from tho Wreck.""
Borrowed. Pnime3,' "
General Admission 15c
Reserved scats 25c
First Performance 7:30 p. m.
Second Performance 8:30 p. m.
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DRUMMOND'S BRASS BAND
We Will Accept Bank Checks
Peeling tho uteiost confidence im our
local banks, we will accept in payment
for Merchandise also in settlement of
bills duo us
Cashier's Checks '
Local Pay Roll Checks.
Local Mining Companies Checks j
Savings Bank. Books
Our banks aro absolutely sound,. Han't
draw yaur money out. Pay bills by
GLOBE COMMERCIAL CO.
THE ' QUALITY' STORE
OUR NEW SALESMAN.
We have the greatest salesman in Globe. Wit,
humor and eloquence sit down when he rises to speak.
FIOICI is the great speaker, the convincing
llVILi salesman, and is listened to by every
one, and sells the goods.
GLOBE BOWIE SAETORD
Wholesale Grocers. Tobacconists and Cigar Dealers
Ask for the AMERICAN or EL SIDELO CIGAR
There are None Better
Tho party who removed tho two
boxes of envelopes from tho Secretary 's
desk in Odd Fellows' hall will please
return nt once.
1 Tiio Edmonclson -Houso
El L. Edmondson has leased tho Web
stor house and is proparcd to accommo
date table boarders and roomers in a
highly satisfactory manner. Tho houso
has been thoroughly renovated and is
clean and neat from bnsoinent to attic.
Mr. Edmondson is an experienced land
lord and has a splendid reputation in
Globe. Tablo scrvjeo as good as any
in tho city and rooms aro neat, clean
Van Wagonen, next door to tho post
office, does a general painting and pa
per hanging businese. All ivork guaran
teed. Don't be fooled oy fakaiMles. You
can ,buy your clothing and furnishing at
Latin's cheaper than at fake sales.
Ctet year winter supply of coal while
we are AeliTering it in ton lota at $12
per. torn. Ctleto Hardware Co. "'
Our initial shipment of Holiday Goods reached us Saturday
and is now being placed on display. Fortunately the goods we
selected are of that happy combination of utility and ornamen
tation. We want to impress upon you
The Advantages of Early Buying
Don't wait for the rush that is sure to be on in a week or ten days,
' but buy now, while thestock is full and complete and while you can
have the full attention of our salespeople and avoid the jostling o the
throngs. Prices are in harmony with existing conditions. You'll save
money and patience if you buy now.
The Palace Pharmi
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