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MAKE UP YOUE MIND to savo a PART of what you earn, and
put it In tho bank and let it stay there How else can you get ahead?
Dollars planted In the bank are llko seeds planted in the ground.
FIRST RATIONAL BANK
Capital, SuryBgand Shareholders' Liability, $300,000
HILDRET1I & THOMPSON
LAND, MINING AND PORESTIEE
i SERVE LAW. "f
Patents for mining claims secured.
Homestead rights restored. ''
'Your land effleo business solicited.
OF THE CITY
. To Inspect Oro Oobro
' L G. Moycfs, A. T. Hammons, Paul
v-Michelson and Georgo Duffy went out
'to Mineial ireck yesterday to inspect
tboproperty of the Oro Cobro Mining
' company, located below Gibson.'s on
Mineral creek. Mr. Moyers is president
i.nt tho Minninr. Thr tifirfv will Tfltiirn
Returns Prom Coast
rfJfV B. F. Gray has returnedafter a
month spent in Los Angeles.
Frank P. Sciglitz returned Friday
night from an extended trip through
' the cast, visiting Chicago, St. Louis,
Dayton, New York and Boston, and
mqst of tho other largo eaRtern cities.
Mr.,Seiglitz was manager of the Mon
arch Clothing store in this city and will
io-fcnter business here.
I. A. Dean and Mrs. Dean of What
cheer, Iowa, aro visiting their daugh
ters in this city, Mrs. Dr. Holt and
' Mrs. A. D. Rosecrans. They will remain
hero during tho winter.
' United in Marriage
Uberto B. Armonta and Marie Fleets
'- were married last evening at tho homo
A'of tho brido in North Globo, Judgo
Hinson Thomas officiating. Only the
V' rolatlves and a few intimate friends
ft, were present.
Professor Jones in Globe
Professor Lafayotto A. Jones, C. E.,
E. 31., of Albuquerque, N. M., is in
the city for a fow days visiting his
son at thc Miami mine. Professor
Jones is a mining engineer of high re
puto and is at present engaged in a
geological survey of a railroad which
You'll Start the
New Year Right
If you begin to buy your groceries here.
Here's a few items:
FINEST MACKEREL IN GLOBE,
BIG AND FAT, TWO FOR
HOLLAND MDLOHENER HERRING,fJ
PER KEG 4 I I O
FINE FAT BLOATERS, THREE FOR.... 20C
Wagons everywhere.. Goods delivered to all
THE SEELIG COMPANY, Inc
is to be built from Columbus, n station
on tho U. P. 4- S. W., to Durango, Colo.
11 OW X1USO JAli
Tho new hosq cart recently bought
b ytho city was this morning takon,
to Dago gulch, whero it will bo housed
near tho brikery.
Phoenix Judgo Hers
Judgo A. Buck of Phoenix is in the
cuy lur u iw uaj-a, appearing as coun.
sol for Thomas J. Clino in a condemna
tion suit to bo tried in federal court
next week. The judgo is well known
in Globe and has mado many visits
New Show Cases
N. E. Adams, tho Douglas candy
pmn, has installed a fine nowunahogany
plate glass showcase to display his fine
Stork Makes Visit
Born To Mr. nnd Mrs. Scott Nichol
son, an eight-pound girl, January 1.
Both mother and little Helen Elizabeth
are doing well.
Rev. I. L. Onkes of Colton, Cal., ar-1
rived in the city last; evening and will
this morning begin revival services at J
the Methodist Episcopal church.
L. M. Qrcenwood, night dispatcher
at tho Gila Valley, Globo & Northern,
returned yesterday from Alpine, TexaM,
where ho has been visiting his old homu
during the holiday season.
'Ygnacio Alvarez had nn early morn
ing New Year's fight in Joe Velas
quez's saloon in which a pocket knife
figured. Alvarez was fine"iF$9lPyestcr
day in Judge Thomas' court, which he
paid. Louis Ortega, who took third
money in tho samo fight, paid $15. The
men were arrested by Officer Cochran.
Band Boys' Dance
Arrangements for the grand masquo
rado ball to bo given by tho Globo City
band on tho evening of January 10 are
assuming definite shape. Yesterday af
ternoon a committee of tho band pur
chased tho prizes to be offcrpd for tho
best costumes, and the selections show
ed taste and discernment. f The prizes
will be shown during tho week in tho
show windows of local stores. Thc
danco will bo given at Dreamland and
promrscB to bo thc big mask event of
WHOLE COD FISH, THE BEST IN tFf
THE CITY, PER LB . (g,JC
PURE SAGE STRAINED HONEY IN 4 mm m
CANS, COc, $1 AND I fO
MONARCH MAPLE SYRUP, 75c, &
$1.25 AND fcHfc,&
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
J Throo Days More
Tor Dr. Glazo at tho Kinnoy hotol.
Stnrt tho now year right by getting
tho brat results from your glnssos.
neurologists do not niuko tho errors
mailo by otlior mot hods. Many nervous
people aro taking advnntngo .of his
skill in getting correctly fitted glasses.
Until Monday night.
Tomplo Wants 'Em
Harry Temple, tho industrious night
watchman at tho yards of the local
railroad, wishes it to bo known that
if tho city polico forco has nioro vags
than thoy can easily dispose of, that
ho is ready and anxious to take caro
of them. Ho says ho feels lonC3omo.
Since tho first two or threo weeks of
his regimo in tho yards, tho bums have
avoided him like poison, and now ho
wants to help tho city force clean up
i Pratt's First Case
.It seemed liko n shame. Louib has
been up so many times, always for tho
Mime charge plain drunk that when
the redoubtable butcher showed up for
) his doso as tho first prisoner before
Pratt '8 now.court, it looked liko a put
up job. But Hort showed no mercy
nnd fined tho erring Louis ten days,
which ho will pay in time at the rate
of n dollar a day in the city jail.
Start Assessment Work
City Clerk Welch and County As
sessor Merrit will start tomorrow on
tho equalization of valuation of real
pstato in tho city of Globe ns a basis
for tho next assessment roll, Tho In
tention is to have nil property assosscd
at a fair valuation, regardless of its
I location i nthe city.
II. II. Pratt yesterday had installed
a new telephone in,his justico of tho
Ipeneo ofiico opposite tho1 courthouse.
Now Night Omcer
Mnck Robinson has been appointed u
deputy by Marsha Bob Anderson and
will doublo out with Ofilcer Edwards
in tho promotion of peace and quietude
on tho night shift. They .work while
Entries Open Monday
Probato Judgo Robertson announces
that tho lots in tho East Globo town
sito which have not yet been filed on
will bo opeu for entry on and after to
morrow. Entries hnvo been held up
pending tho settlement of tho town
sito affairs, which -arc now prncticnlly
settled, .The towpsitc association has
on hand nearly $2,000 available for pub
lic improvements, and a meeting of the
settlers will bo held soon to decide,
what to do with tho money.
Married Near Payson
Belated nonn conies that Bort Bcllu.i
and Lottie Neal wero married Decem
ber 21 nt Tho Coppers, in the Payson
Divorce Suit Filed
In tno ofllce of thc cicrk of court8
yt.3ferday was filed an action for di
vorco entitled Christopher C. Cole vs.
Elizabeth B. Cole, transferred to this
court from nraUnin counlv hv stinnln-
tion of both attorneys in tho case. Thc
plaintiff is a resident of Graham coun
ty nnd tho dofendant temporarily liv
ing jn Phoenix. Tho husband alleges
that tho wifo has treated him with ex
treme cruelty and jias violated the mar
Now Board Meets
Tho new board of supervisors hold its
first mooting in tho courthouse yester
day and organized by electing Pat
Rose chairman and rc-olecting J. W.
Wentwortli clerk. Frank L. Gates was
appointed janitor of tho courthouse and
J, Weinberger was reappointed assist
ant district nttornoy. Asido from these
appointments only routino business was
transacted. Monday tho board will meet
again to award contracts for supplies
for tho coming year.
The sheriff's ofiico yesterday received
a telegram from Sheriff J. W. Smith of
Prescott saying that a man nnswering
tho description of J. R. Gibson, who
disappeared a few days ago with a
charge of embezzlement hanging over
parts of the city
THE HOUSE. THAT. 8AVEB YOU
MONEY ONYOUR GROCERIES
him. Tho telegram stated that Gibson
was, wearing different clothes ' than
those mentioned in tho description and
usked for further particulars. A de
tailed -description was wired to Pros
cott and it will soon bo known whether
tho right man has been captured. Tho
man arrested denied that ho was Gib
son, claiming that his nnmo m Scott.
Now Rector Arrives
Tho Rev. Dr. Bennett has nrrived
from Prescott and will this morning
take up his duticg .as the now rector
of St. John's Episcopal church to suc
ceed Dr. Solby, who recently resigned.
The Pythian Sisters will hold public
installation of officers Monday evening
in Odd Fellows hall. -Tho installation
ceremonies aro impressive and a large
crowd is expected to bo present.
Will Build Houses
Through tho agency of tho Globe
Real Estate office, J. M. McDonald yes
terday bold to David James four resi
dence lots on tho corner of Second and!,iucing ns heavily ns the Old Dominion
Kline -streets. It is understood that
Mr. James will soon begin the erection
of two nico houses on his nowly ac
quired real cstute.
A Wonderful Sale
Tho closing out anil removal sale ot
Dolnh Baatz & Co. has been a tremen
dous success so far nnd no doubt tlat
everything will bo sold out by the time
their new building is ready. Pries
have been reduced till ndw tho goods
nro marked down below actunl .lost.
Every woman in Globo will find som
of the most wonderful bargains over sut 0f a rapid development of marvel
offered in Globe. Thcro will be only a us resources,
fow days moro of this great closing I
out nnd removal sale.
Dance at Red Springs
J. E. O'Noll last ovcning"took out to
Red Springs a bunch of merry young
ludles who furnished the feminine com
tingent of a danco in the dining room
of tho now boarding house. Mrs. Eva
Musginvo chaperoned thc party, which
was composed of tho following: Misses
Sarah .Tone, Maude Bush, Nellio Ed
wards, Olive Johnson, Mary Blako,
Alma Musgravc, Disa Allen, Olive Nor
man, May Plunkctt, Bcnnic Simpkins,
Rosio Lee Edwards, Emma B. Forsythc,
Bcrtio Young, Artie Edwards, Winnio
Belcher, Ilatfcl Crosman and Mesdames
Al Stcbbins ind J. J. Dawson.
CITY OF GLOBE
NOTICE TO LICENSE PAYERS.
The undersigned is engaged at pres
ent in collecting city taxes, and for this
reason requests all parties required to
call at his ofllce and pay their licenses.
R. M.t ANDERSON,
A very pretty home wedding occurred
last Thursday evening at tho homo of
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Coombs, when their
daughter, Isoline Barns, was united in
marriage to Mr. Granville J. Ridcnour
Tho house was beautifully decorated
with smilax, ferns nnd pink and whito
carnations. Immediately preceding tho
ccromony, Mrs. Harold L. Coombs sang
"You," which was followed by tho
beautiful Mendelsohn wedding march,
played by Mrs. L. O. Coombs.
Thc bride was becomingly attired in
whito voile, trimmed with lace and pale
blue panne velvet, and carried a bride's
boquct of whito enrnntfons and ferns.
Tho brido was given away -by her
father. Tho beatiful ppiscopal cere
mony was unusually impressive as pro
nounced by Rev. E. G. Decker, pastor
of tho Methodist Episcopal church.
Following tho ceremony, Mrs. Harold
Coombs sang, "Dear Heart" and
"Three Little Words," after which re
freshment' wero sorvod. Many beau
tiful and useful gifts were received
from tho many fricndsi of the happy
Those present, in addition to the rela
tives wero Mr. vand Mrs.. J. W. Band
bailor, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mfchclson,
nnd Mr. and Mrs. Decker.
Mr. and Mrs. Rideuour will reside in
Globe and make their home at 430
A burprisoparty was given on New
Year's eve to Mrs. Fred Dixon at her
home on Pascoo hill by a host of her'
friends, numbering about seventy,
among whom wore nomo of Globo 's
popular young men and Indies. Every
body enjoyed themselves tlibrough'ly.
Singing, dancing and games were in
dulgcd in freely, and refreshments were
served up to a late hour, and then
enmo the timo whon tho Old Year died
nnd tho Now Year came in, and Miss
Lillian Snhar rendered on the piano,
"The Bells Were Ringing the Old Ycnr
Out and tho Now Year In." The guests
left in tho wco hours, thanking Mr. and
Mrs. Dixon for tho splendid evening's
entertainment afforded them.
SEE THE HAGANS TONIGHT.
This is their last night at the Iris.
Several months ago I appointed
James R. Gibson as my collection ngent,
Anyone noiuing receipts
picase can at my store a
credit. If any orrors haV
prompt correction will bo
.'it Jl .1
,Tho Closing Out and RomovalSaln
still continues at tho storo of Dolpti
BaatB-ft Co. Greatest- .bowii-is nve-r
52 .V k,
Capital Paid in, 1100.000.00
O. E. MILLS. President.
H. 8. VAN GOBDEB, Cashier.
0. E. MILLS
U.,S. VAN GORDER
A. T. THOMSON
We Invite New Business
MISS EISA CORY, B. A.
Private Pupils in All
P. O. Box 107,
REAL ESTATE VALUES EVEN-
i UP WITH OTHER LINES
(Continued from Pngo 7.)
mines in tho immediate vicinitv nro
is today! I make no predictions, but
leave it an open question for tho pub
lic to take into consideration. No real
estate operator who is virtually inter
ested in thc wclfaro of tho citv wants
o see anv boom. No eood come from
. fictitious values ruling for a short peri
od. What we want is a steadv and nat
ural growth, rapid though it may bo,
and. what wo wnnt you to realize, in
tending purebnser, is that these are the
conditions that exist, and that for many
years tho general tendency of realty
values will be upward as a natural ro
Sabbath school, 9:45 a. m. -
Morning service, 11 a, m. Theme;
"A nappy Now Year Made Good."
Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. Thcmo:
"Lessons From the Italian Cataclysm."
Cottago meeting, Wednesday, with
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan, near East Globe
Ladies' Aid society, regular meeting,
with Mrs. II. P. Cory, C2G South High
street, Shunley block.
Jerusalem Mission Chapel, Pascoe Hill.
At 9:30, Apacho service, subject,
"Charistian Life" At 10:30, German
Sunday school. AtN 11 a. m., German ser
vice, subject, "Tho Wise Men From the
East." At 8 p. n., English service,
subject, "Our Baptism." Chinese mis
sion school over evening at 8 p. m. ex
cept on Saturday. Next Sunday at 2
p. m., English Sunday school.
The First Baptist Church.
Hill and Oak streets. D. C. Williams,
pastor. At 10 a. m., Bible school; in
troduction of graded lessons for four
more classes. At 11 a. m., address, "A
Preview of 1900." At G:4S p. m.,
young people's meeting; 7:30 p. m.,
sermon by the pastor. At 7:30 p. m.,
Wednesday, prayer meeting; 8:15 p. m.
Wednesday, sacred litcraturo class. Ev
REV. BENNETT HERE.
Rev. Bennett, who has accepted a call
to tho St. John's Epispocal church in
this city to succeed Dr. Sclbyrccently
resigned, arrived in the city Friday
ovoning and will jiold services in the
church, today. Preaching at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at? tho
Sunday school, 2 p. m.
Salvation meeting, 8 p. m.
Captain and Mrs. Nowbould nre going
ou n much ncc.dcd rest nnd will say
farewell to their friends on Sundny
night. They will leave on Wcdnesdny
for Redlands, Calif., where they will
rest beforo going to their new appoint
ment. A special collection will bo takon
towards paying tho carfare. ' If yon
would like to help, i.cnd in yojir name
and wo will bo glad to call for sams.
Box 120. Captain and Mrs. A. New
bould. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE.
Regular Christian Scienco services
will be held at tho residence of Mrs.
Wm. Parks on Cednr, between Dover
caux and High, Sundny morning at 11
o'clock. Everybody welcome.
PROGRAM CHANGES TODAY.
Cnnicraphono theater Matinee 3 p. m.
SEE THE HAGANS TONIGHT.
This is their last night at tho Iris.
SHANLEY, MOUNCU & CO. HAVE
CORN FED PORK.
PYTHIAN SISTERS, ATTENTION
To all Pythian Sisters and Knights
of Pythias, Monroe Templo No. 4, Pyth
ian Sisters, extend an invitation to at
tend a public installation of officers
Monday evening, January 4, at 9
o'clock at Odd Fellows hall.
LIZZIE MARTINM. E. C.
NEW EATING HOUSE. ON MESQUIT
Mrs. Norah Hall, on Monday, Janu
ary 4, will opou a dining room at 1C0
Mcsquito street, a few doors cast of
Broadstreet. Mrs. Hall is well known
nnd pcedsp recommendation, as her
many, ,f rienflSj will testify. t Hor only
trouble willsbo in securinghelp. enough"1
towait onhcr many patrons, as' her
'ial)lo is nlwnvB filled with'all the"latest'
delicacies thai can ibo .secured in tho
market. ft$ ,-- j ,,
THE .GILA VALLEY BANK & TRUST CO.
Dr. L. D. Bicketts, Vice President.
L. D.' RICKETTS
T. A. PASCOE
DR. P. B. CALER
285 N. BROAD STREET
Over Palace Pharmacy.
DR. H. A. SOHELL,
Send broken glasses to be rcpairod or
duplicated. Next visit to ' Globe in
December jr January.
Ring up 1525 and learn of something
to your interest.
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n&ifc oek dhateek Sounft itik
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Strt food PinitiMr ieaU lonv&ithan
took jvhntt(A6. ouU h aaudr
the foiffre&t yua&ty job the- loMt
jMeeb. Suy now-, hay a &tt& now-
and men at:tm
T. A. PASCOE, Vice Piesident
E. M. HUBD, Local Manager.
B. B. HEGARDT
E. M. nURD
WE pty 4 per cent on Savings Accounts
TheGlobe Bank !
and Savings Co.
We have Just received 200 new Fam-1
ily Savings Banks. Call and get one
today. We pay 4 to 6 pc cent on term ,
deposits and 7 to 8 per cent on Escrow j
deposits, tne only system enabling a f
bank to pay its depositors in cash any j
We write Fire Insurance in the best
Wo make collections, real estate deals,
and always have money to loan our
pji A tiitr I: used bttwesa ths
inner acd outero!ei cf alt
-, stoea but tie bottom cf
3 Crtwfords are fined with a
2' sseclal bnorored crraaratios.
r??- EJflre ersenilre than cnHnarr
.fpi? filter, bst used bceaute it prevents
tie lnscl:s frca becozlnc roach and T?J
trta. Tt; combination of firm. i'W
eloseJy - filrcd lassies.
special Crawford , 3
fll!raBd'brn!l,'nct?fM!p lnttirr! a wrftl.'! J
smooth, comfortable bed tor the feet cf Crawford wearers.
Ask your local Crawford dealer why Crawford "stay-? J
" box wee ncrsr uatun covrn, why crawferds aader
UUU AtCUSblAU. W.43 (.VM UACil BiUW UtJ
him about ths cdvantaces of Crawford i
cad "b:ni!" tali leather.
possess csusnal and practical points of merit '- i
ordiairy sh- Eny a pair of Crawfordsl H v'-f
WICKWIRE CLOTHES FOR MEN
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