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title: 'Daily Arizona silver belt. (Globe, Gila County, Ariz.) 1906-1929, October 18, 1908, Page Page Five, Image 5',
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D. W. .Wkkecslua
L B.. Solomon
J. N. Robinson.
A. J, McXlnnon
O. 0, Simmons.
THE FIRST NATIONAL, BANK
. Capital $100,000 Surphis $100,000 Siareho!dfers Liabililty ,100,000, ; nmted gtaU, Terrltork, oonnty and city Depository.
4 ( j r. Fourth Arizona Pair, Phoenix, November 0-l4j 1908 Attractions Extraordinary."
V. W. Wickershmn I. E. Solorooa J. N. Robinson
W. A. Holt E. B. Gridar Ph. FTeudenthal
J. N. Porter O. P. 8olomon J. B, Newman
8. L. Gibson
Mrs. R. Bell
Dress Making Parlors
Second. Floor Front of
Old Domini6n Store.
Call and. see her.
WILEY E. JONES
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practice In all Courts.
Suite 11, Trust Building,
DR. A. F. MAISCH
OSee Hours: 9-10 a. m.; 1-3 p. m.;
G-7:30 p. m.
Phone: Office 1422; Residence 1423.
Offite Over Naquin's Furniture Store.
Strangers Home Restaurant
470 N. BROAD ST.
WE INVITE YOUR PATRONAGE
Day and night service; seasonable
delicacies, neatness, promptness.
BILLY OUNNINOHAM, Prop.
" 'I'" 'Bill I ! ! .-. LI -' '" " " ' ! -Ill II !.
; A Day's Doings in Arizona
DETAILED LOSSES III
LATEST riOUBES SHOW A COM
PLETE LOSS IN LATE CATASTRO
PHE. AMOUNTING TO ALMOST
Edmund T. Satchel!
Assayer, Chemist, Metallurgist
130 BBOAD STREET P. O. Box 1005
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Litest, saxwi and most laayrer
oriel, guaranteed for csooHty asd r-
uiDuny; cunpien Eciaonac ngui oau. ,
UININO AND EBXIQATIOX
Sold and Installed on afetttate ur
Box 211 GLOBS. ARJX
KING & CO.
We do all kinds of cement work
ind excavating. Satisfaction in
all cases and prompt and reliable
Leave orders at the
Silver Belt office.
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SULTAN & WAYNE
141 North Broad Street
P. O. Box S7
and Sidewalk Reinforced
. - . n 1- ffc
)nntacturr r nnmMit rnnarA Bricks.
&-ton pressure to the l)rlck.
Estimates on Building
I'Vt-lton, ru ... xii.i.irr CTat
01 Globe Lumber Yard. P. O. Box 221.
MSBEK, October 17. A careful
checking up of tho destruction cieated
in the. terrible conflagration of Wednes
day evening shows the following list
of losses, among them boing the I'air
store, tho. second largqat mercantile, iu
htitution in the city, and the fine Elks'
building, completed but two years ago:
Fair building, owned by Frnnkenburg
Bros. & Nennian loss including stock
and new annex building used ns ware
Iiobby Saloon building, loss $2,500;
aloon Htock and fixtures, $5,000, in
cluding wholesale .stock of liquor.
Grand Hotel, loss- buildiug ,$30,000;
K. A. Tovrea & Co., $10,000; Club Bar,
$2,000; Hall Barber Shop,' $300; Mrs.
Thomas Bennett, furniture, $1,000.
Norton House, owned by Martin Cos
tello, loss $0,000; furniture $1,000.
Johnson Block, building $35,000; fur
niture $5,000; Bisbee Harwnre Com
pany $0,000; Cosby Cash Store $0,000.
J. C. Rob. locksmith and repair shop,
Elks' buildiug, loss $35,000; furni
ture $7,500; International Cas Company,
$1,000; second-hand store, (just moved
Palace Lhcry Stable, loss of building
$2,500; feed, etc., $2,500.
.1. B. Angius warehouse, building
$800; stock unknown.
George Jariel, building $1,000; con
Kobcrt Honp.cs.soy, building, $2,000;
National Tea company, stock $2,000.
Hubbard building, loss $5,000; under
taking parlors aud furniture, $3,500.
J. ,1. Muirhead, building, $3,500; mil
linery stock and house furnish'ngsjt
George Dunn, houe destroyed by
On South Side: '
Building occupied by Uncle Sam. loss
$1,000; stoek $2,000.
Francis & Kinsey, building $1,000;
stock -and fixtures $1,000.
Angius block, Ions on building,
$15,000; furnishings, $2,000; Angius
stock of groceries, $20,000. Joe Lip
pard, barber fixtures, $1,000.
Central building, owned by Letsov k
KMne, $5,000. Hadca sewing machine
stock, $1,000; L. h. Gillman, jewelry
stock, destroyed by blast, $2,000.
Mrs. Mary Walker, residence and
Palace eating house, building loss
$2,000; restaurant, $1,000; shoe shop,
$500; plumbing idiop, ,$1,000. Total loss,
J. E. Mosier butcher shop, building
$1,000; fixtures and stock, $2,500.
J. S. Williams, building .$1,000; con
Tammany Hall building, owned by
Hubbard & Bowen, loss $3,000.
Buggy hed of Palace Stable, $1,000.
.7. B. Angius warehouse, building
$3,000; stock $10,000.
Mooro Fuel & Feed company, build
ing $2,500; fixtures $1,000; stock,
Richelieu Hotel, Pete Johnson owner;
build'ng and contents $6,000.
Congress House, owned by Pote John
son, loss including contents, $6,000.
Four houses owned by Munn, esti
mated nt $6,000.
Mrs. J B. Angius, including contents,
Iowa House, loss including contents,
T3aptist church, $4,000.
El B. Miller, $6,000.
11. S. Hunt, threo houses, $1,000.
Leo Maxficld. five houses, $3,000.
Also sixty other residences, by ac
tual count, loss estimated at between
$00,000 and $100,000, including contents
not saved. Included in these sixty
houses are tho following! E. L. Smith
of Milwaukee, occupied by J. h, McAl
lister; two owned by Mrs. High of
Cnmarillo, occupied by Charles Bear
and Den "Horvitz; threo lodging and
dwelling houses owned by Mis. Oliver,
and occupied by solf; one owned by
Mrs. Munch and occupied by self; ouo
owned by Lcroy and occupied by C. E.
Hicks; two owned by Mrs. Lamoie, one
occupied by self, and one used as lodg
ing houso; one house owned and occu
pied by F. E. Reynolds; ono owned by
O. L. Silverthorn, and occupied by him;
threo houses owned by W. H. Brophy
and occupied by Asa T. Hoy T. A.
Mounier and others; ono owned by J.
D. Blair, and. occupied by J. E. Nordin;
house owned by Frank Shearer, occu
pied by Mrs. T. H. Hall.
Partially damaged House owned by
Mrs.' Richard Bundle; house owned by
W. H. Brophy, occupied by Mrs. J. E.
Norris; house owned and occupied bv
F. J. Graf.
Total loss, $729,300.
Cactus plants are being shipped from
the territory to Chicago for the manu
facture of a now confection called cac
"The Chimes of Normandy" is to
be put on in the Elks' theate rat Phoe
nix by local talent.
The annual Tcport of the Santa. Fe
system showsup w-ell, for tho past year,
despito the depression, the gross earn
ings for tho year ending June 30, 190S,
The pump house of the Santa IV at
Ash Fork was damaged to tho extent
of several hundred dpllars by firo
Wednesday eveniug.. , " A i
Miss Dorothy Taylor is touring the
territory securing pictures for the San
ta Fe system to be used for advertising
The first big track meet of the Tempe
Normal will bo held October 31.
Advertising paper for the territorial
fair is being distributed over the territory.
The king of fish liars is telling the
.story around the territorial hotel lobbies
of how he caught a fish from a moving
train in the Salton sea.
J. L. Hood, M. Mungia, O. G. Carson
and C. Bartlett have been selected to
represent Tucson in tho hoso races at
the territorial fair.
Alexander Chitovich, a. Jtussian, was
arrested at Gila by immigration officials
on 'tho charge of being illegally in this
"Ducky" Gowan, formerly of tho
Globe Regulars, is playing with the Tuc
son team in a threc-gamo sories at Doug
las jestcrday and todny.
The White House
THEO. COLLINS, Prop.
Ours is a
Perhaps you are not satisfied with
having your laundry work done
at homo or by your prosent laun
dryman. If such Is tho caso
don't get discouraged, but give
ua a trial, as we aim to satisfy
and please each of our customers.
Just phono 461, and we will have
our wagon calL
WHITE WAGONS, WHITE
WORK, WHITE TREATMENT.
760 NORTH BROAD-ST.
Watch for the
Big Ad of the
The White House
Norris & Howe's circus, after boing
held over in Globe and missing its
date in SafTord, Vas servcdVIth an at
tachment w-hen it attempted to pass
'through Wic va.lloy towjn. Tho bills
were not largo and the show went on
its way after digging up to the satis
faction of its creditors, A largo crowd
had gathered in Safford to soo the show,
and weie, of course, disappointed.
The United Young'Poople's Societies
of Bisbee will hold a convention in
that city Octobor 31 ami November 1.
Latest estimates of tho total fire loss
at Bisbee Wednesday evening put the
figure at $729,300.
Shipments of oro from the Superior
& Pittsburg mines at Bisbee for the
month of October will exceed all former
General Manager E. E. Calvin of the
Southern Pacific system pussed through
the territory on his way to Los Angeles
CONDEMNATION SUITS IN8TITUT
. ED AGAINST TUMA PEOPLE FOR
LAND NEEDED TO COMPLETE
YUMA, October 16. Suit against
Yuma property owners for the condem
nation of land along tho Colorado river
has been instituted in the United States
court bj' the government. Tho land
which the government is seeking to
have condemned is wanted in connec
tion with tho Lagunn dam project on
which the government is expending $3,
'500,000. The suit is styled "The United States
of America vs. William Burgess, George
Mize, Frank, Emma and Charles Bos
sung and Ira F. Webster."
In the petition "which was prepared
by United States Attorney Alexander
it is stated that the land is needed for
Laguna dam purposes The suit is tho
first civil action filed in the United
States court hero in four years. It will
be heard during the coming court term.
This ailwnt; is usually caused by
rucumaiism or ino muscios 01 tno smau
of tho back, and is quickly cured by
applying Chamberlain's Liniment two
or three times a day and massaging tho
parts at each application. For sale by
SOLWICO goods are guaranteed to
conform with all pure food laws.
COMPUTING SCALE, SHuipson
make. Also cash register and fourteen
foot counter; bargain. Gnmble's Cash
You get tho best wben you order
Ccdarbrook whiskey. Tho 1'arlor. M.
SOLWICO flour is guaranteed to be
tho very best. Your money back If not
Had uiolancholy, probably caused by
an inactivo liver. A bad liver makes
ono cross and irritable, causes mental
and physical depression and may re
Ballard's Horbino is acknowledged to
bo tho perfect liver regulator. If you 'ro
blue and out of sorts, get n bottlo to
day. A positive euro for bjllious head
acho, Constipation, Chills and Fovo'r and
nil liver complaints. Sold by Palace
If you want "cheap" goods do not
use SOLWICO,, all goods packed under
SOLWICO brand are the very best.
DeWltt's Littio Eany Risors are
small pills, easy to take, gentlo and sure.
Sold by Hanna's Drug Store and Palace
You know you aro getting now pack
goods whon you uso SOLWICO brand.
SOLWICO spices, mtneo meat, canned
vegetables, canned fruits, In fact overy
article 'that is put up under SOLWICO
brand Is fully guaranteed. Your grocer
will cherfully refund your money if not
B-rj Q11 Wo moet all competition. Work called
J3 OTcLll.G ULjJ for and delivered at same price.
General Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights
SCIENTIFIC HORSE SHOEING WEST CEDAR ST., Near O. K. Stablos.
CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY Call Us Up by Phone 2251,
.Kouol1, will, without doubt, mako your
stomach, strong und will almost instantly-
relieve you of all tho symptoms of
.indigestion. It will do this because it
is made Up of tho natural digestive
juices of tho stomach so combined that
it completely digests the food just ns
tho stomach will do it, so you see Kodol
ean't fail to holp you and help you
promptly? It is sold by Hanna's Drug
store and Palace Pharmacy.
Canvas awnings Globo Paint Co.
DeWltt's Carbolized Witch Hazel
Salvo Ls recommended as tho host thing
to uso for piles. It is, of course, good
for "anything1 whero a salvo is needed.
Beware of imitations. Sold by Hanna's
Drug Storo and Palace Pharmacy.
A BUROLAR IN TOWN
His name Is "bad cough." Ho does
n't carj for gold or silver, but ho will
steal your health away. If ho appears
In your houso arrest bim at once with
Ballard's Horobound Syrup; It may
mean consumption if you don't, A cure
for all coughs, colds' and chest troubles.
Price C5c, COc and $1 per bottle. For
saio by Palace Pharmacy.
None better, than Tony Faust beer.
Sold only at The Parlor. M. B. Monahan.
Contains- no alum or phosphate of
lime,' but made from pure cream
of tartar (derived from Califor
nia grapes) and highest grade bi
carbonate of soda.
Phones: Office, M&in 1841; Res. 115
R. R. WILSON, M. D.
O. B. WILEY, M. D.
DRS. WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND BURGEONS
Over Post Office
Hours: 10-13 A.'M., 2-5 and 7-8 P. M.
Residence 410 E. Oak
Trotter, Record of 2:14.
Stands at Shute's Bam
DR. H. A. SCHELL,
Send broken glasses to be repaired or
duplicated. Next visit to Globo in
December or January.
Fancy Woolen Dress Goods
Ginghams, Mercerized Plaids and
Checks that sold for S5c 50c and
60c a yard. Now selling at
25c a yard
Fancy line of Silks and Taffetas
that Bold at $1.25 a yard. Now
85c a yard
65c Lining Silks, now.
50c a yard
A few plain Taffetas sold at 90c
and $1.25 a yard. Now
60c and 80c yd.
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Satiafocttom o oo Moar Back.
mt von. raturn lu bottl
ht tfl (rem whom yo txHgkt It, u4 ir will ntuad jour eMjr,
V , ; iuf
goat nroiGiesTTcm and dyspepsia.
M4KS SODtt STOMACH.- BELC1IINQ, KTO.
v- a ,
B. C. DaWXTT 4Bk COMrAMYCHlCAQO, JUl-
Sold by HANNA'S DRUG STORE and THE PAUC PHARMACY
AIjJE YOU READY? Come here if you
are in need of a gun, ammunition, etc.
Our stock of guns is the largest and best
in Globe. We sell them at the right
HERE ARE the GAME LAWS
We print them for your benefit
Molo deer, turkey: September 13 to
Antelope: killing prohibited until
Quail. Bob White, partridge, phcas
ant, snipe, rail and grouse: October lo
to March 1.
Duck, geese, brant and doves: open
nil tho year.
Trout, not less than seven inches
' long: Juno 1 to December 1.
TIE GLOBE HARDWARE. COMPANY
The Globe Commercial Co.
WE WANT YOUR TRADE
The quality of goods carried by ns can always be depended on. We buy
and sell the best, and handle only such qualities as will appeal to lovers
of "good tMngs to eat."
We have accommodating salesmen.
Our solicitors are competent.
We make prompt deliveries.
Open an account with ns today, and we will both be winner.
GLOBE NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS 7,836.65
DR. W. A. HOLT, President E. M. WHITE, Vice-President
PAT ROSE, Vice-President A.G. SMITH, Cashier
MRS. O. M. CUSHMAN, Assistant Cashier
DR. W. A. HOLT
A. O. SMITH
FRED O. GRIFFIN E. M. WHITE
PAT ROSE A. W. SYDNOR
J. J. KEEGAN
A General Banking Business Transacted. Your Account Solicited
WE DO IT RIGHT TRY US
City Lot Surveying, Blue Printing. Mines Sampled and Assay Plats
Made. Umpire and Control Arsays.
r a m r ri?Kirt jp ucucc
Vn V lAJLL IX. lllTVL-U ,
Engineering and Assaying
B. F. VAN WAGENEN
"- U. 8". Mineral Surveyor.
O. E. HEWES
Suite 26, Globe Office Building
All You Need Know
All you need to do
is to select from
f Dressed '
All kinds of
It Came From
Gatti Meat Co.
Many housekeepers already know and
many more arc finding it out each week,
that all they need to know is that "It
came from the Gatti Meat Co." If you
have never enjoyed one of the satisfac
tory dinners that can be selected entire
ly at this market, supposed you begin
today; Although quality and service
are superior at this market, -you will
find that prices here are no higher than
you pay for ordinary service and in
ferior quality elsewhere. We know
your wants and how to supply them.
Gatti Meat Co.