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Thursday, December 19, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
THE GATTI MEAT COMPANY
THE QATTI MEAT COMPANY
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
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We are serving our patrons with that same good care that has always characterized this market. We
are serving the best people in Globe and for that reason we want your patronage. Call us up any
day by phone and let our order man call and take your orders. No extra charge for this and
you have the advantage of our prompt delivery service. If you are not satisfied with our
treatment cast "us off at any time; there'll be no hard feeling.
For the Holiday Trade
We will have a car load of turkeys, ducks, eese
and chickens, hand-fattened especially for us by one
of the most substantial farmers in the Gila valley.
Better place your order early. You'll get the best
fowl you ever got in your life and save money.
Hams and Bacon
Bulk or Cases
All Pork Products
Pure Leaf Lard
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
We Will Share Our Meats
With You Just as
Long as Globe
Is a Camp
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Watch For the Opening An
nouncement of Our Uptown Store
THE OATTI MEAT COMPANY
THE GAITI MEAT COMPANY
EVERYTHING FOR THE HOLIDAYS
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We don't handle any second-hand meats.
We don't belong to a trust of any Kind. .
Our cattle are all fed and .fattened by us.
We own and slaughter our own cattle
Our prices are the same now as when we startedno deviation
Our market is wide open-no hard and fast rules.
Cuts of Meat
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Cttters Work on
THE GATTI MEAT COMPANY
THE GATTI MEAT COMPA1 JY
HEAD OF GANG
TURNED STOLEN GOODS OVER TO
CHINAMAN TO BE SOLD AT
Member of the Gang Makes a Confes
sion to Phoenix Marshal, Which Ho
Betrayed by the confession of his ac
complice, Joe Otero, was arrested in
Phoenix Monday morning and charged
with robbing tho Now York store of
fcveral. hundred dollars' worth of dry
goods, 'but Jatcr in the day was dis
Charged. Otero lias been employed for several
yean as one of the trusted clerks of tho
New York fitorc, and was not suspected
until Saturday night of being implicat
ed in tho steady disappearance o dry
goods from tho store.
Saturday evening Albert Arvisa was
caught with a wagon in tho rear of the
New York store, waiting to receive sto
len goods, which were to bo handed
down from the second story.
Put through the "sweating" process
in the city jail by Marshal Mooro, Ar
visa confessed that for tho past four
weeks Otero has been passing stolen
goods out of tho rear of the store,
which have been taken to Quong Sang
Leo's store in the southern part of tho
Armed with a search warrant, Mar
pirn! Mooro wont to Lee's store Monday
jnorning and thoro found part of a
jvagon load of cheap shirts, overalls
nnd women's dress goods, which Charlos
Korrick has identified as having been
stolon from the New York store.
Otero's plan has been to enter tho
store at night, steal part of a wagon
load of goods, and take tho booty to
Loo's store, whero it has bcon sold,
fcTo getting his sharo of tho profits.
$),? Chinaman will bo prosecuted for
?ocriyfog stolen goods.
MueV fP the surprise of Marshal
Moore, Ar1fa Monday afternoon repu
diated that iirt of his confession im
nlicating Otero, upscrting that ho had
;icd when ho said Otero helped him in
t robbery. He says ho did tho job
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AfW he had brought Arvisa and
Otero together Marehal Mooro became
convinced" fhnt Otero is an innocent
twrty. and ordered his release, Otero
being givTn Ms liberty. Marshal Mooro
stated that there is absolutely nothing
to connect Otero with the. thefts and
hat all the suspicion against ,mm ,nas
Coaldn't Shoo" a Catamount.
Levi II. Kissinger, proprietor of the
Windsor Park brick works, on tho out
skirts of the city, smothered to death a
large catamount in a corner of a brick
kiln after a fierce fight. Ho thought the
creature a big tomcat and was "shoot
ing" it out of a dark corner of tho kiln,
when it sprang at him.
Although tho attack was unexpected,
Mr. Kissinger threw tho animal from
him, and, stripping off his coat, ran nf
tor it. Ho succeeded in wrapping tho
garment about tho crcaturo's head and
hold it tight until the struggle censed.
It is thought the animal must havo
strayed in from tho near-by hills for
food. It weighed eighteen pounds.
York (Pa.) dispatch to tho Philadelphia
His Living Imago
AVc all read from timo to time of men
who aro anxious about their tombs while
they aro still "enjoying good health."
They supervise tho construction; they
iro to the irravoyard of a pleasant Sun
day to read tho complimentary inscrip
tion. Tlcy mako slight changes witn
a view to improvement. Ono or two
of theso men in America havo their
ofilgy in marblo or bronze, and wo re
member the case of n realist, who, bo
causo his statuo was cast whilo ho was
wearing a bushy beard, ono in-' hich a
fowl of tho air might nest, had much
trouble in removing tho whiskcrago
from the statue after ho had determined
to pass his remaining years with a
smooth face. ISoston Herald.
Villain Was Really Handcuffed
Tho performance of "Shadowed by
Three," a thriller at tho I3ayonno Opera
house, vesterdnv had to bo postponed
until ono of the villains, Daniel Dandy,
went across tho street to polico head
quarters to get u pair of handcuffs re
moved from his aching wrists,
Jt took two policomcn fifteen minutos
to filo through tho cuffs, nobody having
a key to fit them.
Dandy is handcuffed in tho play, but
tho cuffs aro not supposed to lock, They
did yesterday, and when tho property
man said ho had mislaid the key the
villain had to appeal t( tho police.
Now York Times.
"You say you woro once an actor on
"Yes; played with all tho big ones in
my da j."
""What part did you find tho hardest
to play in your stogo career!"
"Well," roplicd the old actor, gra re
ly, "I think tho hardest part was try
ing to live up to tho salary I was sup
posed to bo getting." Milwaukee Sentinel.
SliS A! BISBEE
WANTED TO KNOW WID3RE THEIR
PAY WAS COMING FROM
Guest That steak is too raro Take
it back and have it cooked well dune.
Waiter It'll (Jost you 25 ccn.s sxtra,
Guest What for?
Waitor Wo cook
with gas, sir.-
Hcwit Arcvyou in, favor of capital
all tuo suspicion aguijiHi t" , i'h..h.. ?
a caused by Arvisa ' lying ftonfes- JMfffPJ tfilnk capitalists should be
, ' - punlshcll. Judge? v
Gcorgo Mcllvrcy yesterday secured a
judgment against ono O'Ncil to the
amount of $147.50. Tho case was tried
by judge and jury in Judge Hogan's
court. Tho plaintiff alleged thoanonoy
was duo him for board and other con
siderations, says tho Review.
The trial as marked by some very
unusual features. When tho witnesses
were disposed of counsel for the plain
tiff asked tho court whether or not tho
jurors were to receive pay, and if so
who was to pay them. The court stated
that tho jurors were to receive pay, as
the caso was a civil one, and that tho
sldo that won tho suit would pay tho
jurors. Counsel for tho plaintiff then
asked what the jury fees would amount
to. Ho was told $12.90, thoro being six
jurors and each boing entitled to $2.15,
Counsel for plaintill then put up nn
amount sufficient to insure his cllont
paying tho jury fees in caso tho suit
was decided in his favor, and asked that
tho tho other sldo, tho dofendant, put
up a similar amount. The defendant's
attornoy refused to do so, and tho de
fendant claimed that ho did not havo
tho money. Thus tho tanglo wns woven.
The jury, tho plaintiff, tho defendant
and tho judgo argued tho matter pro
and con. Tho counsel for tho defendant
claimed that his client should not bo
doprlccd of his rights because ho was
poor, while the other side said that thoy
did not want tho jury to work for noth
ing. .Jack Kelly spoke up and wanted to
know whether they were to bo paid by
tho hour or by the job.
Tho jury finally decided to leave it
to tho judge, and tho latter decided to
lcavo it to tho jury. The jury took
a vote on it and by a two-thirds major
ity voted in favor of not "working"
unless tho pay was forthcoming. Then
nioro discussion followed, in which tho
counsel for the plaintiff and tho court
oxpicsscd their desire to clqar up the
easo a3 It had been standing for Ave
or six weeks.
Tho matter was finally settled zy the
jury deciding to go ahead and render
a verdict and afterward put in tholr
bill for fees.
Tho point involvod is interesting be
cause of tho fact that It makos it Im
possible for tho defendant to demand a
jury trial in a civil suit unless he has
money sufficient to pay tho jurors their
fees. Judgo Hogan says that ho will
not bo caught in this manner again;
that tho next timo ho will demand that
a deposit sufficient tq pay tho jurors
their fees bo put up in advance of the
Cargoes Sallow Don't Like.
"Sugar, pine lumber, and coffee is
three cargoes what oughter never bo
carried," said the sailor. "They put
a shellback off his feed. They m-ike
him wuss'n seasick. A pino cargo soaks
tho ship and its contents in turpentine
smells, so that the very drinkin water
tastes as if thoro was rosin' in it.
Sugar cargoes ferment, and the fumes
comin' day and night from tho hold
causes tho darnedest headache you can
"But coffeo is the worst of nil. A
coffee cargo gives tho ship's meat, its
bread and oven its tea a sickenin' cof
fee taste." Now Orleans Times-Democrat.
Author (in search of copy) Hov
much farther to Biddleford?
Hodgekins Eo'll see n moilstone
about a moilo on.
Author Ah, now; suppose I can't
Hodgekins-yriien it'll just suit 'cc,
for thero's nowt on it.
"Sho is n great actress."
"How many times has sheo be
393 NORTH BROAD ST.
Twenty to fifty per cent off on
Ladies' Skirts at Sultans'.
Reflections of a Bachelor.
Tirtino wnn 't hnln n m.in to V In a
wife, but thoy come in handy afterward
to support her.
E' en tho man who wnters his whisky
anil dilutes his religion wants to tako
his politics straight. .
It's a mighty smart boy who can cam
enough to pay for his neckties after
a college education.
If a girl can't get even with a man
any Oiher way for not asking her to
marry him she will jilt him in her
Imagination. Nov York Press.
For Sale, For Rent and Furnished
Room cards for salo at tho Silver Belt
office. 10c each, 3 for 25c.
This 13 Chango Day
A swell comedy act. Two now mov
ing pictures; two new illustrated songs.
Storage room phone 001.
Satisfaction our motto. Wo have, tho
best equipped paint store in the city.
Van Wagcnen, next door to tho post
office. Givo us a call.
Wo framo pictures. Naquin & Co.
P. L. BUTZ, H. W. TITUS,
0pp. Kinney House, Mcsquite si.
Sewing machines for rent at J. P.
McNeil's Furniture store, opposito the
Miner's union hall, Globe, Ariz.
A man advertised recently in a Lon
don paper to forward, on receipt of
postage stamps, "sound, practical ad
vico, that would be applicable at any
timo and to all persons and conditions
On receipt of tho stamps ho sent his
numerous victims tho following:
"Never givo a boy a penny to hold
your shadow while you climb a treo to
look into tho middlo of next week."
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Equal to tho Occasicn
Pa I caught young Smith hugging
our Maria tho other night.
Ma Goodness gracious I What did
Pa I said: "You aro getting on fast,
young man." And what do you sup
poso ho answered?
Ma Dear knows. What did he say?
Pa Ho said: "Well, I am holding
my own." Baltimore American.
Beggar Lend us sixpence, guv'ner.
Bankor No, certainly not.
Beggar "Well givo us fourpenco for
Banker Ah, now you'ro talking bus
iness. Ycro's itho bed? Bystander.
Tho kalsor's disllko of tho uso by his
subjects of non German words is woll
known, and from timo to timo ho adds
a fresh qnp tQ his blacklist. Quito
the latest, wo learn, la Camarilla. Bystander,
"If you servo your country faith
fully nnd intelligently," said tho pat
riot, "your portrait may ono day adorn
tho engravings on our currency."
' ' Yes, ' ' ' answ ored 'Senator Sorghum,
"but what is tho uso? Nobody is al
lowed to hold a pleco of money long
enough to tako any interest in tho pic
ture on it." Washington Star.
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