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Tuesday, December 31, 1907
.DAILY ARIZONA SILV.LR BELT
Gila Va ev. G
I --:;: : INDIAN
obe & Northern
HOT SPRINGS ROUTE:
i e wv
Ft. Thomas and
Hot Springs, $3.
Tickets sold each Saturday and Sunday, Limit Monday I
COW BOYS TO
Racing, Broncho Busting and
General Eauine Sports Free at
Ball Grounds on New Year's,
One and one-third fare between all stations
Sale dates, December 28 to 31 incbsive. Final return limit, Jan
uary 2, 1908, Stop-overs not allowed.
Tickets now on sale to and from all points in
Via Hamburg-American, French or Cunard Lines
Full information regarding rates and sailing dates furnished upon
Voilllff. the world's famous riiW Pnl
Hughes of New Mexico, who fins won
many honors, Henry Mount of Globe,
an acknowledged rider nnd tlio two
Scarborough brothers, known through
ut Arizona iih tho daring rough riders
of this section, will entertain tlm
crowd nt tho ball nark Now Year's nf.
ternoon. Thcbc five i-ownnm-horn
rounded up their wildest ponies, somo
fifteon or tuenty in all, to enter into
tho sport on Christmas day, but through
some misunderstanding they did not en
ter, so have decided (o rido and show
the Globe people Home real broncho
busting. Each mnn will rido three or
four horses and thev also dffor to rid,.
any horse, burro, mule or bull thnf f
biought in on New Year's dnv. Anv
one having n horse, burro, mulo or bull
that has never been saddled or ridden
can rest assured that one of theso five
cowpunchers will ride it and without
any charge whatever. Tho park has
been donated for these sjxirts on New
Year's day and everybody will bo wel
comed. Remember there will bo no ad
mission charged and the grandstand will
be reserved for ladies and children.
Peculiarities of Locomotives.
It is perfectly well known to experi
enced practical engineers that if a
dozen different locomotive engines were"
mndo at the- same time, of tho sanio
power, for tho sanlo purpose, of liko
materials, in tlm simm fm-inrv nii nf
those locomotive engines would como
out with tis own peculiar whims and
wuy3, oniy ascertainable by experience.
One engino will tnko a great meal of
coal and water at once; nnothcr will
not hear of such a thing, but will, in
sist on being coaxed by spadefuls and
bucketfuls. Ono is disposed to start
off, when required, at tho top of his
speed; another must have a little timo
to nn rm to his work and to got well
Theso peculiarities aro so accurately
mastered by skillful drivers that only
particular men can persuade particu
lar entrincs to do their lnt. i wnni.i
seem :m if home of theso "excellent
monsters" declared, on being brought
out of the shed: "If it's Smith who is
to drive me. T won't m. ff it'u m..
friend Stokes, I am agrecablo to any
All 'ocpmotlvc engines are low spir
ited in damn and foirpv wentlinr 'PFmv
have a great satisfaction in their work
wiien mo air is crisp and frosty. At
such a timo they aro very cheerful and
brisk; but they strongly object to haze
and mists There are points of charac
ter on which they are all united. It is
in their peculiarities and varieties of
character that they are most remarka
ble Loudon Tit-Bits.
-mile Coupon Books
-mile Coupon Books
Good on all Randolph Lines in Arizona, including
GILA VALLEY ROUTE
8 ARIZONA & COLORADO ' '- ' i
MARICOPA & PHOENIX I
PHOENIX & EASTERN
M. O. BICKNELL 1
Gen. Pass. Agt, Tucson g
G. A. MAUK
O A CABHrtllO JftiniAM IlilT ODDIMPC 53
ramuuo iwuikiv nui ormrcuo
health and pleasure. Kates. $2.00 A
Twenty miuutcs ride from Hot g
Springs Station, Graham county, o
Arizona. Those "wonderful wa- Q
tors are recommended to cure c
rheumatism, gout, dropsy, liver, g
kidney and stomach troubles, O
blood disorders and women's ail-
nients. Beautiful lawni and o
shade troea; large plunge and g
swinuninff pool; also fish lake and O
boating, lawn tennis and croquet g
and swines. Try our wonderful Q
mud and mineral baths. If you are pick, get well. If well, get ploas- Q
ure and rest.
Excursion tickets to Ft. Thomas and Indian Hot Springs, Saturday 5
and Sunday, roturn Monday. Honnd trip, $3.15. 0
Dr. S. B. Claypool is tho permanent resident physician at tho Springs q
and Is making a specialty of diseases of all kinds. Q
u to 83.00 per day.
1 ! i s : : :
' DP., r. C. S. SANDERS
! Physician and Surgeon.
': Offico Hours: 10 to 12 n. m.;
J:"' 1 to C p. 111. ' i'f
1G1 S. Cedar Streot.
.: Surgeon for G. V., G. & N. Ity.
Kf -..- - f :.f Kf ; KS if ?? ": if
The Finest Resort in Globe '
Popular with all classes winter and Hummer. Re
freshments of all kinds. Choice Cigars, Wines
Schlitz and Anheuser-Busch Beer always on Draught
DR. L. ALBERT COMBS
Votorinary Surgeon, Dentist and Grad
uate Royal Collogo of Edlnburg,
I treat all curablo diseases of domes
tic animals. Oiliccs, Barclay, Higdtm
& Co. Besidcnce, thu white house on
South East street. Call and examine
my dijlomas at btnblo. Examination
frco at oflice.
GEORGE K. FRENCH
Assay cr and Chemist
H. E. BIERCE
Agent for DEMING SMELTER
ONES & SON.
JL JLso $
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE: 174 S. Broad St. RESIDENCE: 346 S. Hill St.
Tclophono 432 Tolophono 433
(THE W. W.
SULTAN & WAYNE
141 North Broad Stroet
P. O. Box 867
Anyono Tviahincr to rmrclmnn n Tinv.
ajo blanket or rug, call at 47C N. Hill
street, Bailoy block. Finest collection
evor brought to tho city.
. r., :u? - M
(Continued from Pago One)
rnigncd the whole business community
as dishonest. I deny it. The president
has condemned only the law brenkcrs.
He has convicted those who hnvn nnlnn-
fully accumulated enormous powers of
capuai tnat tliey are not immune. Ho
has put tho fear of the law in their
"It is true the busincs men nnil mm.
inunity ns a whole are honest and thoir
methods sound. Tht nreiilni nvnr
said othcrwihc. Indeed it is chiefly in
the interest of the great army of honest
busincs men that ho made his fight for
lawful business methods. Aimin it !
said the rate bill for which the admin
istration is rcsiionsiblc caused the pros
cut panic. Could any thing be more ab
surd! Tho object of the rate bill was
merely to bring the railroads under
closer .supervision. It has not lin.l tii
slightest effect upon the legitimate busi
ness and earnings of railroads. Then
state legislation against railroads is
poinieti to as n cause for shrinkage in
inc.- vamc oi siocKs and for the panic.
Roosevelt and tho national administra
tion arc not responsible for this. It
was occasioned by the fame relations
of lawlessness and discrimination in
railroad management that made the fed-
eral rate bill necessary. Instead of
making a panic the national policy of
taking away their power of isj-uing
without supervision, stocks and bonds
will pioduce n change in their manage
ment and removes one' fruitful cause
for the loss of public confidence.
"Shall we permit nnd encourage il s
criminations and rebates by railroads?
is turn tne Kind of insanity to which
we are invited to return Shall wv
join in the sneer that the fight of the
administration for honest and legality
in business is n youthful attempt of
niirgrii moral regeneration of our busi
"No panic, however severe can make
wrong, right. Xo man who sinenrelv be
lieves the administration right in its
measures to punish vololations of law
can now 1, turned from tho earnest f.up
port o fthnt olicy. I believo in con
nection with personal liberty that the
right of pcnoii.il property is the basis
of all our" material progress in tho do
elopment of mankind and that and
change in the social or political sys
tern would impair the right of printe
property arl materially diminishes the
motive for accumulation of capital by
the individual, aims a blow at our whole
ehilization. Combination of canital is
just as essential to progress as the as-
scniiring ot parts ot u machine, hence
corporations, however large, are instru
ments of progress. But when they
seek to use more sie or the amount
of more capital which they control to
monoplize the business in which thoy
are engaged and to suppress competition
by matliods akin to duress, their thresh
hold should bo restrained by tho law.
"Tho question you have ultimately
to meet is not whether we shall return
to a condition of unreculnted railroads
and unregulated trusts, but whether wo
shall maintain a strict system of reg
ulation of railroad nnd trusts or whether
we shall turn tho country over to tho
advocates of government ownership and
"Tho Sunny Side of Broadway."
That tho musical comedy epidemic is
a lonL' Wnv front nlintemnnt In fnllu
evinced by the Jetormined efforts on
tho part of theatrical managers to out
point in general magnitude of past of
ferings in this direction. Among the
host and by far tho most successful
Ventures ill thi linn nf nmitui.mr.ntc
which arc so deservedly iwpular, Mur-
i.ij aim .muck in ineir latest musical
success. "Tho Sunnv Ri.ln nf rtmn.i.
Way." llHISt tako a notable nrer-i..l..n.
on account of tho overwhelming aim
iun.iru insuring a (iiversiiicd entertain
ment such as cannot fail tn nnm.il in
the great masses of theater natrons who
relish a j-cious blend ot wholesome
fun and captivating music, added to
which pretty girls in gorgeous gowns
are allowed important consideration.
"Tho Sunny Side of Broadway" in all
its glory of its success as a dispellcr
Of doom and with its snlomHil imirn.
gation of for'ty fun makers ami invit
ing singers, win mam tne occasion of
a well spent afternoon or evening, that
has characterized its nri.inntimi in
other cities will regale tho people with
enuugii io Faiisiy in every possible
XoVeltV Iltld newnn nn nlinnil-intlv
promised in this connection of mirth
and music, and snecial strnn io hiifl
upon the fact that "The Sunny Side of
urunuway is wic greatest starring
vehicle ever used by Murray and Mack.
Sewing machines tor rent at .7. P.
McNeil's Furniture store, opposite the
Miner's union hall, Globe, Ariz.
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the Morkholdcrs of
the Arizona Eastern Railroad Company
will be held in tho offices of the com-
pany, at Tucson. Arizona, on Tuesday.
January 14, 103, at 3:00 o'clock p. in.
uatoii iueson, Arizona, December 4,
li07. CIIAS. K. WALKEK,
I am tho man who will, without pxtra
charge, go anywhere in tho city to take
an acknowledgment, dav or nlVhr min
or shine: also draw up deeds, releases,
mortgages and wills at small cost; bug
gy nlways rendy in front nf Brown's
store. Phono 441. L. II. Brown, tlm
notnry public. tf
Aro you having trouble with your
kidneys! There aro lots of people today
who wonder why they have pains across
tho back, why they aro tired and lack
ing in energy and ambition. Your kid
neys aro wrong. Thev need relief with.
out delay. Tako DoWitt's Kidnoy and
Bladder Pills; they aro for weak back,
inflammation of the bladder, backache
anu weajc Kidneys. Sold by Hanna's
Cough yourself into a fit of spasms
and then wonder why you don't got
well. If you will only try a bottlo of
Ballard's Horehound Syrup your cough
will be a thine of the nast. It is a nos.
itivo cure for coughs, influenza, bronchi
tis and all pulmonary diseases. Ono bot
tle will convinco you at your druggist,
23c, 50c, $1. Sold by Palace Pharmacy.
TWENTY PES GENT DISCOUNT
Sale in our ladles' suit and srown do.!
partments, in ladles' coats and petti-
coats now attracting crowds of eco
nomical buyers to the Pconle'a Cash
Store of Dolph Baatz & Co., 680 N.
Latest, safest ana most Improved
model guaranteed for economy and re-
liability; simplest scientific engine built.
MINING AND IRRIGATION
Sold and installud on absolute guar
Box 211 GLOBE. AHIZ.
Storago room phono 001.
DeWitt's Carbolizcd Vv'itch Hazel
Salve lon 't forcet tho name, and ne..
cept no substitute. Get DeWitt's. It's
good for piles. Sold by Hanna's Drug
Thousands of men and women in all
walks, of life are suffering from kidney
and bladder troubles. Don't neglect
your kidneys. Delays are dangerous.
DoWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
afford quick relief for all forms of kid
ney and bladder trouble. A week's
treatment, 25c. Sold by Hanna's Drug
The Globe Bank & Savincs Co. navs
4 per cent on term deposits, 6 to S per
cent on escrow deposits and wants rs-
crow loans on real estate and first-class
securities. Real estate sold on term
sales, part cash, 9 per cent interest and
small monthly per ccnl on principal
balance. Fire insurance placed in best
Worth doing is worth doing well. If
you wish to be sured of Rheumatism
use Ballard's Snow Liniment and von
will be "well cured." A positive cure
lor bprains, Neuralgia, Bruises, Con
tracted Muscles and all the ills that
flesh is heir to. A. G. IS. Williams.
Navnsota, Texas, writes:
"I have used Snow Liniment for
sprained ankle and it gave the b'est of
satisfaction. I alwajs keep it in the
nouse. ' '
Sold by the Palace Pharmacy.
Cold Meats for Hot Weather
Equipped with a thoroughly modern
refrigerating plant wo offer all meats
thoroughly cooled, all animal heat
removed, all tho hoalthfuluess, all
the juiciness and all tho flavor re
taincd. Pioneer FVIeat Market
"Tho Best Meats"
Whenever you feel that yonr stomach
has gone a little wrong, or when you'
icoi tnat it is not. in good order, as is
evidenced by mean headaches, nervous
ness, bad breath and bolching, take
something at times, and csneciallv after
your meals, until relief is afforded.
There is nothing better offered the pub
lic today for stomach troubles, dx-snen-
sia, indigestion, etc., than KODOL.
inis is a scicntiSc preparation of nat
ural digestants combined with vegetable
acids and ft contains the same juices
found in every healthy stomach. KO
DOL is guaranteed to givo relief. It is
pleasant to take; it will make you feel
fine by digesting what you cat. Sold
by Hanna's Drug Store.
One Towel Cabinet,
Brush, Soap and Six
Towels each week
$1.25 per Month
750 North Broad Street
710 N. Broad St. TeL 1711
Headquarters for the
Gaili Meat Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Will Meet All Prices
300 Broad Street WATCH U3 GROW
Returns of Attcll aud Moran fight
received by wiro at Coney Island New
Don't Mi3S It.
Tonight is your Inst chance to se- the
fine, show at the Iris. Kntiio change ot
program Wednesday night.
Largest Line of Ores
Boots and Shoes in
403 to 423 N. Broad Street
Where Royal Dignity Disappears.
An IJngHsh social chroniclor notes
that King Edward's grandchildren do
not stand m awo ot nun. To them ho
is "grandfather" with all that tho
term implies. 'Twas over thus. Tho
divinity that hedges n king hardly over
comprehends a grandfather, or oven a
royal father in the domestic circle. Mr.
Samuel Pepys having occasion to tako
an important dispatch to the Duko of
York, afterward James 11, then hend of
the admiralty, wns ushered into tho
flllkn'tt Tirivnfn nrinvlinnMln ..M.l 11
., ,...,...,, ..j-.uiM.tiiia, anti mere
ound him playing with his two daugh-
tors, tne princess Alary nnd the Prin
cess Anno, "like a common father,"
to tho astonishment of that delightful
diarist. Tho PepyBian spirit tftill ani
mates those Britons who sert the dnilt-
domestic life of royalty. Boston Trans
Good to Eat
Don't forget to placo your poultry or
deni with us. Turkeys. Ducks. Chick
ens, fancy Broilers and Spring Chick-
r "nravR on hand.
Limburger, Swiss and Cream
Oysters in Bulk and Can
Genuino Sheep and Lamb always to
bo had at tho Central Market. For a
square deal and treatment call at
The' Central Meat
JOE RYAN, - Manager
Globe, Ariz., December 1", 100".
Notice is hereby given that the City
Assessment Roll and warrant for collec
tion of taxes for tho year 1907 are now
in my possession.
Iaxe3 will become dolinriuent sixtv
days after tho date of this notice, anil
it not paid on that date or prior there
to, five per eont will be added to the
amount thereof as penalty.
Said "taxes arc payable at the office of
tho Tax Collector,
C. C. CARICO,
City Tax Collector.
Tho Gattl Meat company Is still in
tho field to sell butters. Saying nothing
but standing pat against all butters.
31 "" -liiiiin
HOLLADAY'S SALOON '
MIAMI PLAT, ARIZ.
Solicits your patrondgo and guarantees
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc.
Givo this popular place a call
You can have it good if
you want to.
Or bad if you don't take
Your crscer,rturai your nonejr If jrou don't
Ilk Schilling's Best; we par tilm
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 321.
United States Land Office, Phoenix,
Arizona. Oct. 31. 1907. Notice is hcrebv
given that Albert Stcinfclt, of Tucson,
Arizona, for himself and his co-owner,
W. E. Murphy, by M. E. Lcvorich, at
torney in fact, has made annlication
for patent to tho Victoria lode mining
claim, Survey No. 211C, situated in the
Stanley Butte Mining District, Graham
County, in approximately Tp. 4 South,
R. 20 E., unsurvcyed, G. & S. R. B. &.
M., described as follows: Beginning at
Cor. No. 1. whence 19 mile cor. of
Amended Southern Boundary of White
Mountain Indian Reservation bra. S.
10" dec. 33 min. W.. 1010 ft. dist
thence N. 0 dcg. 10 min. W. 779.0 ft.
intersect the boundary lino of tho Whito
Mountain Indinn Reservation, as estab
lished bv Congress, nnnroved March 2.
1901; 1388.0 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence
N. 89 deg. I:.,' COO ft. to Cor. No. 3; at
which point intersect tho boundary linn
of tho Whito Mountnin Indinn Reserva
tion, as established by said A.ct; thence
S. 0 deg. 8 min. E. 13SS.G ft. to cor.
No. 4; thenco S. 89 deg. W. .ri99
ft. to Cor. No. 1, placo of begin
ning. Net area 11.915 acros. This
claim is located between tho 18A mile
and 19 mile corner mounmonts of the
Amended Southern Boundary of the
Whito Mountain Indian Jtcsorvation,
about 8 miles south of tho San Carlos
Indian Reservation, near Kelloy Gulch,
in approximately Tp. 4 S., R. 20 E.,
unsurveyed. in Graham County, Terri
tory of Arizona. Adjoining claims are
on tho West and Will Ryan and Nettie
lodes; of Survoy No. 2372; on the south
by the same lodes; on the cast by the
Erie and Kelloy lodes of Survey No.
2372 and on tho north bv tho Whito
Mountain Indian Reservation. Location
notices of tho Victoria aro recorded
in Record of Mines. Countv Recorder's
Offico, Graham County, as follows: Book
14, pago 87. LYMAN W. WAKE
First publication October 31, 1907.
o The choicest meats in the
g city. Out of the trust and 3
g prices right. 8
g Our order man at your door o
o in a moment's notice and the Q
delixery boy does prompt g
L)on't you want to try the
, niuepenaent market.
Now Is Your Chance I
g To get your hats cleaned and re-
g blocked. Ladies' and gentlemen's g
C clothes cleaned, repaired and al- Q
O tered for dull time prices. I use 8
O tho Trench dry cleaning process O
g to clean garments and I gnaran- 8
g too all work to bo satisfactory or, g
refund your money. Yours for 52
Q fluo work, o
g J. W. WALTER
g Opposito the First National Bank, ,9
b rear of Ingram's. 'Q
393 NORTH BROAD ST.
Send Me Your Old Feathers To Be Repaircol
Or Write fer Price Ust
sW J. E. COUTELLIER
and Dyer of
0t0 S. Urcndwaj', Los Angela
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