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Saddle Iloraos and Rigs for
McBrootn & Co. Phone 1221
THE SINGER STORE
Sells Sewing Machines on Easy Payments
Teaches how to use them properly and
keep them in porfect order.
All Machines Warrantod
377 N. BROAD ST.
650 N. BROAD
Rooms $2.50 a week, np.
Beds 25c and up.
ExcIubIvo Ladies' Fufe
Swellest goods in town.
Dolph Baatz & Co.
520 N. Broad,
Wuicich & Pavlovlch,
FINE WINES, LIQUORS
Box 092. No. 679 N. Broad
At All Hours.
Open or Closed
PHONE 171 or G01.
Prices 15c, 25c. 35c
165 N. BROAD ST.
Watch our advertisement
on Pige 7.
F. L. Toombs, Manager
The St. Elmo
SYDNOR & STEARNS,
The finest of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars.
474 NORTH BROAD ST.
Los Angeles Cafe
652 N. BROAD
Good Meals Best Service
Private Rooms for Ladies
HONG LOEY, Prop.
Wo would bo pleased to
see our old patrons.
Good table, homo cooking.
Mr. &. Mrs. E. L. Edmonson
The Family Restaurant
GLOBE'S NEW EATING HOUSE
Lunch Served 11:30 a. m. to 1:30 p. m
Dinner Served 5:00 to 8:00 p. m.
Short Orders served at all hours. Open 0 a. m. to 8 p. a.
DAY AND NIGHT
150 W. Push St. Phone 1952
Nicely Furnished Rooms
1 Baths in Connection
Mrs. A. J. Leonard. - Prop.
First-Class Barber Shop
L. E. HOEYE, Prop.
440 N. Broad.
Best Baths Always Ready.
RYAN & CO.
Druggists 21 Stationers
Office Supplies, Spoitl-g.
Goods, Phonographs, and
126 NORTH BROAD
Popular Resort for
N. BROAD ST.
391 N. Broad
Nicely Furnished Kooma
iver Roosevelt Stage Ofllce
MIAMI STAGE LINE J. L. SPOON, Prop.
Stago leaves from Shute's Livery Stable Time schedule:
Leave Globe daily at 8:15 a. m.
Leave Globe dally at 2:15 p. m.
Leave Miami daily at 10:15 a. m.
Leave Miami daily at 4:45 p.m.
Tolcphono Numbers: Globe, 731; Miami, 1553.
Clean, Ready, Convenient
Next Door to Coney Island,
W. H- MAHER. Pro.
N. Broad St.
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POST OFFICE BLDG.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Knights of Pythias, Pinal Mt. Lodgo No. 11 Moots over? Thursday
evening iu Odd Fellows Hall. L. E. Wightman, C. C; J. G. Bus
sell, K, of R. and S.
Monroe Tomplo, No. 4 Meets first and third Mondays at Odd Fol
lows hall. Jauie Wightman , M. E. C; Lillian Russell, Secretary.
' ODD FELLOWa
Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Gila Encampment No. 3 Meets
secoud and fourth Fridays, Odd Ftllows hall. John Mitchell,
chief patriarch; C. A. Wind, scribe.
Eoscuo Lodgo, No. 12, I. O. 0. F. Moeti every Wednesday, Odd Fel
lows hall. A. n. Hargrave, noblo ginnd; H. C. Ilouser, financial
Rcbekah Lodgo, I. 0. 0. F., 8ultana Lodge No. 5 Meets second and
fourth Mondays, Odd Fellows hall. , Mils Emma Lango, N. G.; Mrs.
May Plunkett, secretary. '
Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, Globe- Lodgo No. 489 Moets
first and third Fridays, Odd Fellows hall. HarryBupkoy, E. B.;
J. G. Oldfiuld, secretary.
.KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
Knights of Columbus, Globe ( quncil N. 1158 Moets second and
fourth Wednesdays in Miners' Union hall. Albert A. Altwies, G.
K.; William Burke, financial secretary.
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Globe Aorio No. 191 Meets second and
fourth Fridays, Miners' Union hall, 7:30 p. m. M. Lyons, Worthy
Presidont; S. R. Lowthian, secretary.
Improved Order of Redmcn, Tonto Tribo No. 13 Meets Saturday
night of each week at 7:30 o'clock. Minors' Union hall. C. D.
KoyJe, sachem; G. II. Abol, C. of K.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Modern Woodmen of America Globo Camp No. 12019 Moots second
and fourth Thursdays, 7:30 p. in.. Miner" Union hall. W. A.
Smith, consul; J. E. Barrett, camp clerk.
ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN
Olobe Lodgo No. 15, A. O. U. W. Meets at Miners' Union hall first
and third Thursday each month. W. T. Penrose, M. W.; L. N.
Marx, Recorder; F. L. Gates, Finaucier.
Order by Phont
Pay at Your Door
340 N. Broad
, Loaves Globe 8 a. m.
Returns to Globe 5p, m,
Victor, Edison and
Machines and Rec
ords at Wightman's
Globe's Music Store
O. K. Stables
Livery, Fead, Sale
Stago Stand for Gibson
31 Cor. Cedar and Railroad Sts,
W. P. KELSEY, Prop.
44f N. BROAD
Good Meals Best Service
Privato Rooms for Ladies
GIN tt CO., Props.
Guarantee Paint Co.
Cottonwood & Devereaax
oad Phone 731
BOHLITZ "that made Milwaukee fa
mouB," SCHLITZ that makes all men akin;
We call for EOHLITZ and who caa
We drink and call for SCHLITZ agala.
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Supplies Force, Energy
Call for It When You Order
480 N. BROAD
Jack Martin, Prop.
Samuel's 80 Year Stock
Barretts and Hair Orna
ments; Shampooing. Mani
curing, Hair Dressing,
GLOBE OFFICE BLDG.
STRANGERS HOME RES
TAURANT We invite Your Patronage
Sliy (Cunningham, Prop.
Cedar Brook Whiskey
Always in stock. ,.
N. BROAD ST., GLOBE.
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"All the same, I take no chances,"
eald Stark. "There's too many stran
gers here. Just to show you how I
stand, Pvo put Runnlon on guard over
my pile of stuff, and I'll be glnd when
it's under, cover. It Isn't the severity
of punishment that keeps n man from
going wrong; It's the certainty of it."
"Well, he'd sure get it. nud get It
proper, in this camp." declared Lee.
and at that moment, ns if his words
had been n challenge, the flaps of the
great tent were thrust aside, and Run
nlon half led, half threw n man into
the open space before the bar.
"Let's have n look at you." he pant
ed. "Well, if it nln't a nigger!"
"What's up?'' cried the men crowd
ing about the prisoner, who crouched,
terror stricken, In the trampled mud
nnd moss, while those playing roulette
and "bank" left the tables, followed
by the dealers.
"He's a thief." said Ruuulon, mop
ping the sweat from hl3 brow. "I
caught him uftcr your grub pile, Stark.
He dropped a crate of hams when I
came upon him and tried to run, but 1
dropped him." A trickle ,of blood
from the negro's head showed how he
had been felled.
"Why didn't you shoot?' growled
Stark angrily, at which the nesro half
arose nnd broke Into excited denials
of his guilt. Runnlon kicked him sav
agely, while the crowd murmured ap
proval. "Le me see him," said Lee, elbow
ing his wny through the others. Fix
ing his one eye upon the wretch, he
"You're the first downright thief I
ever seen. Was you hungry?"
"No; he's got plenty," answered one
of the tenderfcet. "He's got a bigger
outfit than I have."
"Then I reckon It's n divine manifes
tation," said "No Creek" Lee tearfully.
"This black party Is goln' to furnish
an example as will elevate the moral
tone of our community for a year."
"What y'all nlin to dor .whined the
"We're goln to try you." announced
the one eyed miner, "aud if you're
found guilty, 83 you certainly nre goln
to be, you'll be flogged, after which
pcrdlcamcnt you'll have a nice ride
downstream on a saw log without
"But the mosquitoes"
"Too bad you didn't think of them
before. Let's get ut this, boys, and
have It over with."
A miners' meeting was called on the
spot and a messenger sent hurrying
to the post for the book In which was
recorded the laws of the men who had
made the enmp. The crowd was de
termined that this should be done le
gnlly and as prescribed by ancient cus
tom up nnd down the river. There
was no defense for the culprit, and ho
offered none, being too scared to do
more than plead. The proceedings
wero quiet and grim and were well
nigh over when Lieutenant Burrell
walked Into the saloon. He had been
in his quarters all day, fighting a fight
with himself, and In the late evening,
rebelling against his war with his con
science, he Jind sallied out and, drawn
by the crowd In Stark's plnce, had en
tered. A man replied to his whispered ques
tion, glvlug him tho story, for the
meeting was under Lee's domination,
and the miners maintained an orderly
aud businesslike procedure. The mat
ter of fact, relentless expedition of the
affair shocked Burrell Inexpressibly,
nnd. seeing Polpon and Gule near by, he
edged toward them, thinking that they
surely could not be In sympathy with
this barbarous procedure.
"You don't understand, lieutenant,"
said Gale In a low voice. "This nigger
is a thief!"
"Gentlemen," announced Burrell,
standing near the allien gray wretch
and facing the tentful of men, "this
mun Is u thief, but you can't kill him!"
Stark leaned across the bar, his
eyes blazing, aud touched the lieuten
ant on the shoulder.
"Do you mean to take a hand in all
of my affairs?"
"This isn't your affair. It's mine,"
said tho officer. "This is what t was
sent here for. and It's my particular
business. You seem to have overlook
ed that Important fact."
"He stole my stuff, and he'll take his
"1 say he won't!"
For the second time In their brief
acquaintance these two men looked
fair Into each other's eyes. Few men
had dared to look at Stark thus nnd
live, for when a man has once shed
the blood of his fellow a munla ob
sesses him, a disease obtains that is
The two men battled with their eyes
for an opening. Lee and the others
mastered their surprise at the Inter
ruption and then began to babble un
til Burrell turned from the gambler
and threw up his arm for silence.
"There's no use arguing," he told
the mob. "You can't do it. I'll hold
him till the next boat comes; then I'll
send him down river to St. Michael's."
He laid bis hand upon the negro and
made for the door, with face set and
eyes watchful nnd hlcrt, knowing that
a hair's, weight might shift. the bal-
ance and cause thc3e men to rive hlai
Loe's Indignation at this miscarriage
of Justice had him so by the throat ns
to strangle expostulation for n mo
ment till he saw the soldier nctually
hearing off his quarry
"Stop thnt!" he bellowed. "To h-J
with your law! We're goln' nccordlir
o our own!" An ominous echo arose,
mm iu the midst of it the miner In his
Oilnd fury, forgetting this exalted posi
tion, look a 8s ten too near the edge of
the lur and fell off iato the buly of
the meeting. With him fell the dig
nlty of the ttssemblase. Some o:n
laughed, another took It up, tho nerv
ous tension broke, and a mau cried:
The uolulcr 1j right! You mn't
blame a Oiage for dealing!" And an
other: "Sure! Hogs and chickens nre
Lee was helped back to his stand
iji.d called for order, but the crowd
poked fun at him and began moving
about restlessly till come one sunted
: motion to adjourn and there arose a
'Lrrus c!f seconders.
As Polcon and Gale walked home the
!'rcr.elir,:an raid, "Dat" wa3 nervy flng
The trader made no answer, al the
other continued. "Si.irk Jj goln' foi
kill 'I:u sure."
"If; a cinch," agreed Gale, "unless
somobr Cy G"t-' 8rrk first.'1
When thev were come' to his door the
tTAdcr puurcd and. looking back over
the glowing tujt: and up at tho strr
cprlnkled heavens, remarked, as If con
oludlug some train of thought. "If that
boy his got the norve to take a nigger
thief cut of a miners' meeting and hold
hlfii against this whole town he
v.'0'iJdn't hesitate much at taking a
white mun, would he?"
"Waal." hesitated the other, "mebbe
dut would depen' on de crime."
"Suppose it was murder?"
"na! Wo nln got no men Ink dat
They said good night, and the old
man entered his house to find Altitun
waiting for him.
Burrell took hta prisoner to the bar
racks, where he placed him under
guard, giving instructions to hold him
at any cost, not knowing what wild
and reckless humor the new citizens of
Flambeau might develop during the
night, for it Is men who have nlwuys
lived with the halter of the law tight
upon their necks who run wildest
when It is removed.
After he had taken every precaution
he went out into the night again and
fought with himself ns he had fonsht
all that day and all the night before
In fact, ever since old Thomas had
come to him after leaving Nccla and
had so cunningly shaped his talk that
Burrell never suspected his object un
til ho perceived his position in such a
clear light that the young man looked
back upon his work with stnrtled eyes.
The corporal had spoken garrulously
of his officer's family, of their pride
and of their love for his profession;
bad dwelt enthusiastically upon the
lieutenant's future and the length he
was sure to go and finally drifted Into
the same story he had told Necla. Bur
rell at last sensed the meaning of the
crafty old soldier's strategy and dis
missed him, but not before his work
had been accomplished.
When Burrell drove his reason with
firm hands he saw but one course to
follow, but when his mind went slack
for a moment tho old desire to have
her returned more strongly than ever,
nnd he heard voices arguing, pleading,
persuading. She was the equal of any
woman In the world, they said, iii
mind, In purity nnd in Innocence. He
hated himself for hesitating, he railed
at his own Indecision, nud then when
he had Justified his love and persuaded
himself that he was right In seeking
this union there would rise again the
picture of his people, their chagrin nnd
what would result from such a mar
riage. He had wandered far during this de
bate, clear past the town aud out
"Let's havo a look at you," ic panted,
through the Indian village, but now
that he believed he had come to an
understanding with himself he turned
back to.wnrd his quarters. He know
It would be hard to give her up. but
he had irrevocably decided, nnd bis
path began to unfold itself so clear
nnd straight that he marveled how he
could have failed to sec It He was
glad he had conquered, although the
pain was still sharp. He felt a better
man for It, and, wrapped In this com
placent optimism, he passed close by
the front of the trader's store, where
Necla had crept to be alone with her
Burrell hr.d almost passed her when
he was startled by the sound of his
name brokthed softly: then, to his
amazement, he saw her come forth
like a spirit Into the silver sheen.
"Necla." he cried, "what are you do
ing here at this hour?" She looktd tip
at him sadly. He saw that her cheeks
were wet. and something Inside him
snapped and broke. Without a word'
he took her in his arms, meeting her
lips In n long klsa. while she, trem
bling with the Joy of his strong em
brace, drew closer nnd closer and rest
ed her body wearily against his.
(To be continued.)
KM. U. &. FAT. TO.
Complete catalogue or Columbia's,
65 cents. Ask us about exchanging
new records for old records.
Globe's Music 8tore
Wing Jing Chung
Same as Chew Jing Chung ft Co.
547 N. Broad St.
Chinese and Japanese Art Goods,
Fine Antique Porcelain, Bmbre4
deriea, Silk and Linaa, Oorlost
ties, Lacquered Ware and all
kinds of fine Teas.
We keep first quality goods.
The public is invited to call.
OPEN DADLY UNTIL 8 P. M.
L. A. Goodanaugh W. E. George
All work guaranteed. Estimates
furnished on request.
S'A.fl m V I W Wmm.
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I Quality clean perfect I
Your grocer will grind It
better if ground at honx not
Latest, safest and meet imp
model, guaranteed for economy uiK
liability; simplest scientific engine 1
BONING AND IRRIGATION
Sold and installed' ra
absolute guarantee by
FRED W. MOORE
In the M03t Reliable Fire Insu
ARIZONA MUTUAL SAVINGS J
Ofllce: Home Printing Co. BulU
Groceries of Quality
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, ETC.
Wo aro better prepared to serve ja 1
than ever before. We deliver 4
any part of the city. Use h
PHONE 2691 G52 N. BROAll
STEVE HALBY, Manager.
An expert mechanic, has opecidil
FOR THE REPAIR OF GUNS
PISTOLS AND BICYCLES.
All work promptly and neatly
and prices reasonable.
SHOP LOCATED ABOVE 80lt
in Grave Yard Gulch.
GIVE ME A CALL.
ABSOLUTELY PURE MILK
Quality and Richness All Fri-
served In All Milk Bold. Wi
DO NOT ROB THE MILE
To Make Butter.
Tests Furnished on Raqntti
Phone 2153. Box 73L
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All spring work done prompt
ly and neatly.
Prices reasonable and one price
Orders left at Silver Belt mS
receive, prompt attention.
jj Carl L. Addy
:: Manufacturing Jeweler
:: and Diamond Setter
;: STONE CUTTING
:: AND ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING
: : Room 6, Keegan Building, Upstin
! : Globe, Arizona
DR. P. B. CALER
285 N. BROAD STREET
Over Palace Pharmacy.
Sultan & Wayne
ROOMS 23-25 TRUST BULD
P. O. BOX 267
mmWmm. DR. H. A. SC
WZm Arizona's Leadi
WPSBi Optician, J
K TUCSON, ARtftfl
Send broken glasses to be repair"
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