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DAILY ABIZONA SILVER BELT.
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Cim Baking Powder
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder adds to
the healthfulness of all risen flour-foods, and
makes the food lighter, sweeter, finer-flavored,
more delicious. ' '?
Made from pure Grape Cream of Tartar.
1 No alum. No lime phosphates. '
'Read the abet
Notb. There are many mixtures, made In Imi
tation of baking powder, which it is pro
dent to avoid. Th sy are lower in price
Chan pure powderi, but they are made
from alum. Alius in food is poisonous.
in tho Old Dominion yard sovernl weeks
ago, wa8'.on tho street yesterday,- and
warmly grooted by friends, Ho will
havo to return to tho hospital in a fow
days and undergo skin grafting on his
lower limbs, which were badly injured.
Max Lantin Building v
Ono of tho nonjestand most comfort
nblo cottnos in High street is about to
bo erected by Max Lantin on pians
prepared by Charles Howes of tho en
gineering firm of Van Wngoncn &
Howes. Tho contract fpr tho building
is to be awarded immediately. ,
Miss M. Lidle Taylor Daad
A letter rocclved from Mrs; N; S.
Bcrray at .Long Beach, brings newrf of
tho death at "El Paso, Dccdmbo'r'fl, last
of Miss M. Lidie Taylor, a charming
young woman who was well known in
Globo, having vjsited the Horrny. family
hero at various' tlm'ea. f ' """',
Mr. and Mrs. Sydnor and Mr; -arid
Mrs. Hugh Higdon were also among the
morrymakors at tho Pat , Rosri houso
warming Wednesday night.
0. 0. Coulter Dies
Charles Carrol Coulter, formerly fore
man fo tho Barney Norton ranch,, near
Cedar Springs, Graham county, died in
Capital Pali la, 1100,090.00
THE GILA VALLEY BANK & TRUST CO.
0. B. MILLS, President
H. 8. VAN GOBDEB, Cat Wtr.
0. E. MILLS
H. B. VAN GOBDEB
A. T. THOMSON ,
We Invito New Business
Dr, L. D. Bickotti, Vice President.
L. D. BI0KETT8
T. A. PA8COK
T. A. PA8COE, Vie Preeldent.
E. M. HTJBD, Loci 1 Manager.
! WALTEB DOUGLAS
B. B. HEOABDT
E. M. HTJBD
V7B pay 4 per cent on Bavlnge Accounts
this city yesterday after a week's ill
ness. His sifitor, Mrs, J. A, Morso of
Don Luis, who was present at his bed
sido with Baruoy Norton of - Cedar
Springs when tho end came, will leave
this morning with tho body, which is to
bo buriod at Don Luis,
Night Operator. HI
Miss Sainmio Williams, the night op;
orator at the telephone- exchange, who
has been ill. for a couplo of "'days, is
being replaced, by Miss May Vclasc,o.
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Tho. admission to the Catholic fair
is only 15 cents. Bo sure and save
Tomorrow Cameraphono theater.
VAUDEVILLE AT THE IBIS.
Two big acts and thrco pictures.
Mr. arid' Mrs, A. L. Millington will
leave in-a few days for Michigan and
Pennsylvania to 'visit relatives during
tho Christinas tide, '
Mrs. J. A. Morso of Don' Luis, was
summoned to' this city yesterday- by a
telegram announcing that her brother,
Charles C. Coulter, was dying.
J. W. Bcnnic, general manager of the
Shannon", and Arizona Commercial Cop
per companies, came in from Clifton
last night, and will remain here several
Mrs. Fred L. Barrett and little girl,
wife anil daughter of tho manager of
the Globe Electric Light '& Gas com
pany, are expected to arrive in tho
city, this evening from their home in
Houghton, Mich., to join tho husband
and father. They will spend the win
tor in Globe.
and Savings Co.
We have Just received 200 new Faav
lly Savings .Banks. Call and get ont
today. We pay 4 to 6 per cent on tern
deposits and 7 to 8 per cent on Esciov
deposits, the only system enabling
bank to pay its depositors in cash anj
We write Fire Insurance in the but
We make collections, real estate deals,
and always havo money to loan osr
INSIST on getting SOLWICO flea,
mincemeat, spices, canned fruits m
vegetables. Tbey are quality goo.
At your grocer.
NILDRETI1 & THOMPSON
LAND, lNINO AND FOBEST BE
Patents for mining claims secured.
Homestead rights restored.
Your land oJUce business solicited.
SHORT STORIES OF THE CITY
Deals in Dirt
Through tho agency of the Homo In
vestment company yesterday, J. B. Bice
and Lola Bico bought of narry Knight
a houso and lot on Noftsger hill, and
H. E. Smith purchased of Mrs. Anna
K. Shaw a house and lot on Pascoc
Federal Court to Convene
United States Judgo i S. Nave yos
tcrday gave orders for the summoning
of twenty-one federal grand jurors for
December 23, and forty trinl jurors for
tho terra of the United States court
which is to begin its session January 2,
next Thcro aro a number of cases
awaiting tho action of tho federal grand
jury, the most interesting of which is
that of Prod Ncaman, charged with
counterfeiting. Ncaman 's two cousins
wcro arrested' at Douglas on a charge
of shaving off gold $20 coins, filling
them with copper and putting the filled
shell back into circulation. Ncaman,
it is charged, had been commissioned
by them to find a secure place near
Globe in which tho counterfeiting plant
could bo located, and ho decided upon
an abandoned tunnel on Copper Hill.
Some of the paraphernalia was1 inter
cepted at the local express office, and
when Nonman culled at the postofflco
for his mail, ho was promptly arrested
by Postmaster 8turgis and a secret' sor
ted of killing William Green, but still
under n chnrgo of burglary, has been
continued to tho next terra of the dig
trict court, ns was tho case against
Nick Aiilick, formerly cuitor or a Sla
vonian paper here, charged with crim
inal libel. The case of Sam Bichmond,
charged with larceny, was dismissed.
New Faint Company
The Guaranteed Paint company lias
been organized by A. W. Soffel and L.
Knipp, they having created a building
for their shop at tho corner of Cotton
wood and Dovercaux streets. For the
present they will be in tho houso and
roof painting business, but in the fu
ture they expect to embark in the wall
paper business with a largo and varied
stock of wall coverings.
f guilty through hi attorncv. Norman
J. Johnson, Judge Navo sentenced him
to one yca.t in tho territorial peniten
tiary. "Hai, good! They can't givo it
to mo too soon," barked Eschollo In
nigh glee, and as tho interpreter
translated his words, tho Indian, whosn
tribal namo is "Juice of tho Sycamoro
Tree,"' latfgHed aloud in bin joy! In
custody of Deputy Sheriff Charles
Baker, be will leavo this morning for
Yuma, together with James Thomas,
who was sentenced to four years' im
prisonment on a char go of forging a
time check for $S7.75.
Saguaro Elevator in Commission
Tho mombors of tho Saguaro club are.
frequenting the rooms of tho club much
moro often now that tho elegant new
clovator has been placed in commission.
Tho lift is of the very latest design,
with tho most improved "wrinkles"
for safoty, and makes it an easy mat
ter to reach any floor in the building.
Incidentally, tho elevator is for tho use
of overy floor, and Manager Towlc of
'the Trust building is in receipt of many
applications for tho fow offices which
still romain vacant in the' building.
Sanford Case Continued.
Tho caso of tho torritory against J.
W. Sanford, tho negro recently ncquit-
Electricity in Hospital
The Globo Electric. Light & Gas com
pnny is engaged in stringing lines to
tho new. county hospital in East Globo,
ns well as to residences in that part
of tho city.. In a few days tint part
of Globo will bo resplendent with the
glow of tho incandescent. They aro
alno installing thrco new lights, fof ihe
city, on Blako, .Euclid and Mesquit
streets, respectively, all on the west
side of tho creek. The Fashion saloon,
recently established, is having installed
a completo electric light service.
Sheriff J. H. Thompson will leave
this morning for Phdcnix. with H. B.
Ferguson, who has been committed for
insanity. Ferguson's .peculiaT ihallir
cination is that tho government of the
United States is trying' to kill him be
cause his father and ono of his uncles
were soldiers in the Confederate army
during the Civil war. no had been
showering letters upon the sheriff's of
fice, complaining of various agents of
the government whom he knew were
Judgo Nave, yesterday, granted to
Mrs. Hita Cornett a decree 'of divorce
from Frank Cornett on tho grounds of
desertion. The suit was brought through
Attorney J. M. McCollum.
Zlmmerly Working Nights
Mrs. Claudo K. Ziramcrly loft yes
terday morning to visit her parents at
Decatur, 111. Assistant Postmaster
Zlmmerly is now working on tho night
shift, which explains why the mail is
paw distributed-so much moro quickly
and accurately than formorly some
Juice of Sycamore Canned ,
Eschollo TV A. 24, the Indian charged
with horso stealing' and in whose caso
a jury was unable to agree last week,
although locked up for nearly twenty
four hours, was seized with a fit of
conscicnco yesterday and entered a plea
Saguaro Riddle Solved!
Thp Saguaro club's famous near
musical riddle, "Why is tho wildcat
wildt" has been solved. The answer
was found by the wildcat, itself. Here
it is, "Ho's wild because bo's loose,"
and the answer holds just as good f
"she's" loose. Tho kitten was juBt
beginning to show unmistakable signs
of affection for tho members of the
club. George French had it trained so
.that it would wear a nice little collar
and bells so' long as tho collar was
drawn tight enough. Walter Dayton
patted it on the back, and it patted
Dayton on the hand right away Day
ton's back was out of reach of the
poor little thing. But tho kitten tired
of tho monotony of scientific discus
sions in the club, where the members
arc so often heard asking for "new
books" that are not among the "six
bestsellers." Tho wildcat left. Still,
in its short stay at the club, it had ac
quired some civilized habits, and it took
its little house along. Hunters who may
chance to run across a young wildcat
with six brass bells and a soapbox tied
to its furry neck aro begged not to be
cruel, lly these signs they will know
little Saguaro, the swiftest rcciproeator
of pats that ever was designed by na
ture or anybody else.
Poor Baldheaded Man
Tbo reaching of a verdict in the Hess
ler case was, of course, a source of
much satisfaction for tho half-hundred
witnesses who wcro held prisoners on
the third floor of the courthouso as long
as tho trial was in progress, but the
most delighted of them was, perhaps,
a baldheaded newspaper man who
tried to hido behind a hugo pile of bed
ding long enough to steal a nap. There
wcro several prospectors and minors in
tho crowd, and when they discovered
his crauium, they went to work on it
with a tack hammer. Tho only ex
planation given to his indignant query
was that there had been a discussion ns
to whether his "butting-in apparatus"
was of water formation, or simply plain
old country rock.
Skin Grafting for Gates
Frank L. Gates, who was seriously
scalded in tho collision of locomotives
IT MEANS SATISFACTION and that is a whole lot-to use
White Boirax Laundry Soap
You always become a regular user of this soap.. .It has not the objection
able odor of yellow soaps. .It does the work of Naptha Soaps and you use
it the same way... It works! fine in cold water.
5c a Bar
The best Chocolates made.
We have May Queen in pkgs.
Chocolate Creams in pkgs.
and bulk Chocolates.
Wagons everywhere. Goods delivered to all parts of the city
THE SEELIG COMPANY, Inc.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
PSOMPT SERVICE -!
THE HOinfe TEAT iAVBB YOU
MOMET 05T YOUR GROCERIES
EVERY DAY IS A DAY OF
And wonderful bargains they are too. Each price quoted below i9 a genuine bargain
The ladies of Globe know this to be so as our store has enjoyed
an immense business during this
GREAT REMOVAL SALE
Removal Sale Prices
This is the biggest sale ever
known in Children's Dresses and
Coats worth 94.75, 7C
Coats worth $5.50, 0jk fft
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Coats worth 94.00, 9 Oft
CMts worth $3.96, . FJft
Dreeses wertk 910.04; A AA
Dwbmb worth $8.00, t - . M A A
DreoM worth 96, 9C
BMW . . , ,' i ' . . 9aa9
Drssses wortk 9X50, d "7C
Dresass worth 1158, 7C
Removal Sale Prices
5,000.00 Stock of Ladies' and
Children's Shoes at less than cost
Thee shoes ssaat to sell as4 we
hTo pUced thsm em sate a iaeenapax- -ably
low Ths. nirp
The world's leadiac as tost brands jC pi Kt
94.00 WertheisMr, Bwarta , A ff
Shoes, qow. .............. .... . . ... SCi-U
9&50 Roberta, Jotases It 4 "7C
Rand Shoes, bow lalO
"1.'!?"'??: :. 1.50
"ZT7..??j:. ....;.-. 1.00
91.60 CoTHleay Muss, !
And tfttera are xtaax other ceJetn&ed
brands gol&a t tfele treat Closing Ost
and Remeral Sale.
The above prices will give you an idea of what this sale actually means to you.
Every article in the store is marked down below actual cost, and that means a big
saving to you. Join the crowds today.
686 North BroadiStreet
DOLPH BAATZ & CO.
A Christmas Suggestion
A Detachable Handle Umbrella
An Ideal Gift for Man or Woman
CThe detachable feature costs no more. You can put
the umbrella in your trunk or suit case when travel
ing. You can always get a new base to tit the handle.
We have a large stock of Silver, Gold and Pearl Mounted
handles ranging in price from $2 to $12 and Taffeta Silk
Bases from $3 to $8.
GLOBE JEWELRY COMPANY
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