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' DAILY A I? 17,0 V v SILVER BELT
J. N, Porter.
D. W. Wtckersham
I. E. Solomon
J. N. Robinson.
A. J. McKinncn
Q. O. Simmons.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,000 Shareholders Liability $100,000 u""ed 8tatw' Tmon.i, count? nd oy Depository
'Fourth Arizona Fair, Phoenix, November 9-14, 1908 Attractions Extraordinary."
U. V Wiukiirsham I. E. tioluuioa J. N. Bubintun
A (Jolt E. B. Gri-ler Ph. Froudenthal
.1. N. Portet
8, L. Gibiwa
C. P. Bolsmon J B. NewtnaD
P. P. Groor
nnjiuumiijmju ji.wi i
Mrs. R. Bell
Dress Making- Parlors
Second Floor Front of
Old Dominion Store.
Call and see her.
WILEY E. JONES
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Pmctico In all Courts.
Suito 11, Trust Building,
DR. A. F. MAISCH
Office Hours: 9-10 a. m.; 1-3 p. ml;
6-7:30 p. m.
Phono: Offlco 1J22; Rosidonco 1-123.
Oilico Over Naquin's Furniture Store.
Strangers Home Restaurant
470 N. BROAD 8T.
WE INVITE YOUR PATRONAGE
Day and night servico; seasonable
delicacies, neatness, promptness.
BILLY' CUNNINGHAM, Prop.
Edmund T. Satchell
Assayer, Chemist, Metallurgist
30 Br.OAD STREET P. O. Box 1006
A Day's Doings in Arizona
FOR YELLOW METAL
EXPERIMENT TO BE MADEVBY A
YAVAPAI COUNTY MINING
Litest, urest uai most uifcond
model, guaranteed for economy mad re
liability; simplest scientific engine baJlt.
1CNTKO AND IRBIQATIOH
Bold and Installed on ftteeiot. gMt.
KING & CO.
We do all kinds of cement work
and excavating. Satisfaction In
all cases and prompt and reliable
Leave orders at the
Silver Belt office.
SULTAN & WAYNE
11 North Broad Strwi
P. O. Box 807
and Sidewalk Reinforced
Manufacturer of Coment Pressed Bricks,
40-ton pressure to the brick.
Estimates on Building
Two-story Concrete Block House, Wast
imi Globe Lwnbor Yard. P. O. Box 221.
PRESCOTT, Nov. 3. E. II. Burmcis
tcr has returned from the Cherry Greek
district, whero ho shipped a carload of
ore to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. There
it will bo treated by a new process in-'
vented by Charles T. Sncdckor, who re
ccntly made an expert examination of
the properties. The ore was taken from
tho Leghorn and Bugler mines.
When tho carload reaqhes Kansas
City, Burmcistcr will leave here for
Milwaukee to sco it treated by Sncdc
Snedekor'a report to tho management
of the mine is flattering. lie found a
largo tonnage of ore blocked out and
ready for stoping and is of the opfnion
that his new mill is adapted to the eco
nomic treatment of the ores of the sev
enteen claims comprising the group.
Burmcistcr and his associates ou tho
board of directors of the company Jiavc
under consideration the installation of
mills at the Leghorn and Bugler mines.
Several tests will bo made to decide
the character of plant best suited to
tho economic treatment of the ores.
Operations of tho company are now
confined to the annual assessment work
on tho claims, pending the decision
of tho directorate on the mills to be installed.
iencing a general uplift, which will
have a beneficial effect on tho copper
metal market, meaning increased pros
perity for Arizona's copper mines.
Freight traffic ou the S. P. P. & P.
has increased to such an extent that a
SuudEy freight train will be run.
Real estate dealers, architects and
contractors of Tucson 'predict a big
building boom for that city this fall.
The gcat activity at present evident
in the Globe mining district is making
itself felt all over the country, aud
territorial newspapers devote more
space to Globe mining news than to any
other district, .
Machinery for Tucson 's new brewery
is arriving daily and work on tho plant
is progressing very satisfactorily.
Many Arizona horses arc entered in
the events at the big race meet being
held in El Paso this week.
Tho Phoenix Choral society is re
hearsing for the production of Handel's
masterpiece, "The Messiah," which
will be presented Christmas night.
The Phoenix High School beat tho
Tempo Normals in their track meet
Saturday by a score of G1V points to
The territorial fair management is
devoting special attention to the poul
try exhibit and calls on all fowl fan
ciers to get in early with their prize
Mrs. .1. M. Jamison, an aged and well
known resident of Phoenix, died at her
home Saturday afternoon of heart
Kelly i. Gamble's stock company
opened the Third avenue theatre in
Phoenix last evening.
Barney Bond is here from Globe visit
ing friends and relatives. Phoenix Re
News from eastern trade centers is
that the electrical business is exper-
Ours is a
Perhaps you arc not satisfied with
having your laundry work dono
at kome or by your present laun
drynian. If sucn is the case
don't got discouraged, but givo
us a trial, a8 wo rim to satisfy
and ploase each of our customers.
Just phone 40L and we will havo
our wagon call.
WHITE WAGONS, WHITE
WOEK, WHITE TREATMENT.
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7f.O NORTH BBOAD ST.
German colonist agents are in the
Salt Uivor valley' investigating tho su
gar bcrt out'ook in the interests of
piosnccttvc German settlers.
Three cars havo been entered for the
450-mile automobile race from Los An
geles to Phoonix, to start Saturday.
Building and, loan companies over the
territory say tho demand for money to
build small homes was uecvr so great
as at the present time.
0 RIDES 45713
NOTORIOUS "A No. 1" PAYS BIS-
BEE CAMP HIS FIBST VISIT
LEADS NOMAD LIFE
"PEOPLE'S CASH STORE."
Everything in Ladles, Children's and
Infants' ready-to-wear clothes, undor
wear, shoes, suits aud cloaks, waists,
skills, milllnory, fancy goods, etc.
BOLPH BAATZ b CO.
680 Broad Strcot, Globe, Arizona
None hotter than Tony Faust beer.
Sold only at Tho Parlor. M. B. Hon-ahan.
Politician No. 1 Who is going
to bo elected, Smith or Cameron 1
Politician No. 2 Don't know,
but I am going on the lGth.
W. L. St. Clair, a wrestler from
Australia in tho champion class, has
arrived in Yuma where ho has made
match to wrestle in tho near futuie.
Tho Empire moving picturo theater
at Yuma has been closed indefinitely.
The city health officer of Yuma is
warning Yumaitcs against typhoid fev
cr, a case of which dovelopcd thero
A subscription list is being circulated
in Yuma fo rtho purpose of loveling aud
improving the local ball park.
In a fight Thursday night at a camp
near tho Impcial dam works a Mcxicau
named Fred Montico was stabbed in
tho region of the heart by a fellow
countryman and may not recover.
Tho fourth annual session of the Ar
izona Banker's association will be held
iu Bisbee November 20 and 21.
SIDNEY BiEBtR ILL
SUE STAR FBI
TO ASK 8100,000 FROM KELLY PA
PEE FOB DEFAMATION OF
TUCSON, Ariz., Nov. 3. Sidney Bic
bcr, republican national committeeman
form the District of Columbia, who is
at present in Arizona, will bring a
suit for $100,000 for libel against the
Arizona Daily Star, according to a
statement mado by his counsel, Attor
ney George E. Trallcs of this city.
"The report thnt Mr. Bieber will
bring a libel suit for $100,000 against
the Arizona Daily Star is true," said
Mr. Trallcs. "Mr. Bieber, who is at
present in Bisbee, will be in Tucson
tomorrow and on Monday his suit will
be filed in the district court.
"The suit will be based on editorial
nnd news articles npponring in tho
Star, which scurrilously attacked Mr.
Bieber came' to Arizona about threo
weeks : ago to aid the republicans in
their campaign in the territory. Thero
appeared in the Stnr on Saturday, Oc
tober 17, an editorial entitled, "Stand
Up, Mr. Bieber," attacking the Wash
ington man. v
According to Attorney Trallcs, it is
this editorial and several news articles
about Bieber, that the libel suit will bo
Tickling and light coughs can bo sure
ly and quickly loosened with a preemp
tion Druggists nro dispensing every
where as Dr. 8hoqp'a Cough Remedy.
And it ifl so very, very different than
common cough medicines. No Opium,
no Chloroform, absolutely nothing harsh
or unsafe. The tender leaves of a harm
less, lung healing mountainous, phrub,
gives tho curative properties to Dr.
Shoop's Cough Remedy. Thoso loaves
have tho power to calm tho most dis
tressing Cough and to poothe and heal
tho most sensitive bronchial membrane.
Mothers should, for safety's sake alono,
always . demand Dr. Shoon's. It ran
with porfoct freedom bo given to oven
the youngest babes. Test it yourclfl
and eoo. Sold by Palaco Pharmacy.
BISBEE, Nov. 3. An individual
styling himself as a tramp, who had put
his pcculinr line of endeavor among the
fine arts, was in Bisbee last night. "A
No. 1" is the only name by which he is
known. Ho has received notices in all
tho leading newspapers of the United
States and is personally known to all
tho high officials of the big railroads.
"A No. 1" made his headquarters at
the Copper Queen hotel, but slept on
tho floor of the Itovicw press room last
night. When he is forced to rent a
room ho always sleeps on the floor.
This "gentleman of the trami,
world" came in yesterday on the pa ,
sciigor train from Benson. Of coup"
ho didn't pay fare. Nothing would b"
more abhorrent to him. ne boasts tha
in traveling a little over 500,000 miles
he has spent but a little over $7 for
car fare. '
"A No. 1" is a short, stout, neat
appearing sort of a fellow who is as
fidgety as an old maid. He can never
be still for a minute, and talks as fast
as some of the trains ho rides on.
Ho will leave here this morning, and
will go on the passenger. He Fays
freights nro too slow. After reaching
El Paso he will make a trip to the City
In tho last twenty-five years this
restless wanderer has covered 457,003
miles, and in the past year lie has
traversed, up to tho time he reached
Bisbee, 10.00S miles. Ho hopes to make
it a million before he is killed but
admits that the chances favor tho lat
ter. Wherever he goes "A No. 1" leaves
his mark, nnd it will be found in num
erous places in Bisbee, so he asserted.
It consist of his name, the date, and an
arrow beneath. The mark is familiar
to Weary Willies the world over. He
makes his living by selling a book giv
ing a short sketch of his life, leaving
ing it on sale ati(cvcry point ho visits.
He travels in overalls and jumpers,
but after arriving in a town divests
himself of these nnd appears in a neat
brown suit, is always clean shaven, and
has a very prosperous appearance.
He has a profession, which is carv
ing potatoes, and in this he has no
equal. Hundreds of times ho has carved
faces for persons in return for small
favors. He also is a wood carver of
IxVflfiv 1 (bC 3t 'JhTSH
Let Me Make
Your Next Suit
I guarantee porfoct fit, and style,
to tho minute. I use the very best
liningB and trimmings and I positively
guarantee that you can't find such
clothes In tho ready-made shop or hand-me-down
store and my prices aro no
higher. A complete lino of new fall
fabrics is hera and selection is easy.
Suits and Overcoats
$25.00 and Up
Cleaning and pressing In connection.
Bring your work here.
J. W. Walters
Between St. Elmo and Strangcra Home
ARE 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
"Male deer, turkey: September 15 to
Antelope: killing prohibited until
, Quail Bob White, partridge, phrat-
ant, sn'pe, rail and grouse: October 15
to March 1.
Duck, gcepe, brant and dotes: open
all tho year.
Trout, not less than eeven inches
long: June 1 to December 1.
THE GLOBE HUME CGMPANY
A Broken Back
That pain in your back caused by
lumbago, stiff muscles or a strain is
an easy thing to get rid of. Ballard 'd
Hnntv T.inimnnf MirirhmmntiRm. lum
bago, eoro and stiff muscles, stra'ns,
sprains, cuts. Durns, oruiseB, somas nun
all aches nnd pains. You need a bottlo
in your houwv Sold by Palace Phar
Private dancing' class now open.
Tuosdaya and Thursdays. Maurol Hill.
ABSOLUTELY FTJltS MILS
Quality And Bichstas All Pre
served la All Milk Sold. W
DO NOT BOB THE MILK
To Make Better.
Tatts Furnished on Reqnwi.
Phono 2103. Box 731.
How to Treat a Sprain
Sprains, swellings and lameness are
promptly relieved by Chamberlain's
Liniroont. This liniment reduces infla
mation and eorencss so that a sprain,
may bo curcd in about one-third tho
time required by tho usual treatmont.
15 and 50 cent sizes for sale by oil
THESE PRICES ARE GOOD
TILL PAY DAY
Ono-half pound cotton batting, each. 10c
Shelf oil cloth, throo yards for, ...25c
Bluing, two boxes for ....... . . . . ,5c
Baby ribbon, per yard lc
Chcnillo stand qovcra now 30c
Drcsrcr scarfs, regular 50c; now. . . .30c
Pearl buttons, one dozen to card.... 5c
Any of onr toilet soaps, ach 5c
Vaseline, per bottlo, each .5c
Face powder, per box 15c
B. B. Stallcup
Wc moot all competition. Work called
for and dolivorod at Bame price.
General Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights
SCIENTIFIC HORSB SHOEING WEST CEDAR ST., Near O. K. Stables.
CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY Call Us Up by Phone 2251.
A complete line of Mlracs' tad
Ladies' Oxfords and Ties has Just
been received. Tho very newtst
stylos for your selection.
$2.50 to $4
Men, hero is the place to get
your next pair of shoes. Our line
of Strong ft Garfield Shoes will
Boys School Shoos-t-tbc,"Ba'
tor Brown" Bluo Ribbon kind
thero aro nono better. Tho best
boy's shoe sold any place.
$1.50 to $2.75
for iwmGKSTrcm ako dyspepsia. L
W&UVKJI W)UH BTOMAC2X. BKLCISING. XTC K.
" Oly Sotlafatitloo or Your Mqj- BacJil
If It Cll it MtUf r. mur t w). foautnlnc oa-t)
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PUT I MIS VT '
C. OsWXTT Ob COMfAMT, CH1CACO, MUL.
St. by HANNA'8 DRUB STORE and THE PALACE PHARMACY
The Globe Commercial Co.
WE WANTYOUR TRADE
The quality of goods carried by ns can always be depended on. We boy
and sell the best, and handle only such qualities as will appeal to lovers
of "good things to eat."
We have accommodating salesmen.
Our solicitors are compel ent.
We make prompt deliveries.
Open an account with ns todiy, and wo will both be winner.
GLOBE NATIONAL BANK
OAPITAL STOCK 30,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFIT 7,636.65
DR. W. A. HOLT, Preeidttt E. U. WHITE, Vice-President
PAT 80SE, Vice-President A. . SMITH, Cashier
MRS. O. K. CU8KUAZT, AsKtoteat CtsMer
DR. W. A. KOUC
A, 9. 8MXTX
FXSD' C. SITFIN B. M. WHITE
PAT BOSS A. W. 8TDNOR
I. S. KEXGAK
A General Banking Business Transacted. Your Account Solicited
WE DO IT RIGHTTRY US
City Lot Surveying, Bine Printing. Minos Sampled end Assay Plats
Made. Umpire and Control Artya.
VAN WAGENEN & HEWES
Engineering and Assaying
B. P. VAN WAOENEN
U. S. Mineral Surveyor.
O. B. HEWES
Saite 06, Globe Office Building
All you need to do
is to select from
All kinds of
It Came From
Gatti Meat Co.
Many housekeepers already know aud
many more are finding it out each week,
that all thoy need to know is that "It
came from tho Gatti Meat Co.' If yon
havo never enjoyed one of tho satisfac
tory dinners that can be selected entire
ly at thiB market, supposed you begin
today. Although quality and service
are superior at this market, you will
nd that prices here are no higher than
yoa pay for ordinary Bcrvico and in
ferior quality elsewhere. We know
year wants and how te supply them.
Gatti Meat Co.
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