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HBSrAY, MAY 10.' 1909.
ONE CENT A WqRD CASH MUBT ACCOMPANY COPY.
tftNTKI Business man or woman
ibo intentions aro to sottlo in California-
Am a rcspoctablo business
Ln now in Olobo and wish a part
j7r to open a fine . manufacturing
business, cltbor in Santa Barbara or
gia Diego. Wo can dear $100 per
mk Only about $300 roquirod. Ad-
J, Silver Belt.
itoek ai w,
dress Box 47.
5000 share. Ad-
f OR BENT Nice office rooms. Inquire
Electric Light office
tOB BENT Nice beds in new house
from $5.00 to $0.00 per month on
Squaw hill; bath. Kittie Young. ,
DAILY; ARIZONA SiLERiBELT
I lli-l I sr M- Tlir nil 1 - at
HAPPENINGS ON THE BANKS OP THE
OHBONICLED BY THE SILVEB BELT
FEETILE GILA Ag V
STAFF OF OOBBES.
bridge 1 across tho 8altiria-waxing
y . . u i- i -J
vi una warmer,, ana tne camtal eitv
newspapers have littlo olso to talk
4KTED Woman to work kitchen;
j0 dlSnCS 10 HiBUi iiuuicso humilia
tion Copper Co., Box 981 Globe, Ariz.
WANTED Dining room girl and disb-
irlShM 81 Jiouuuuu ivr, ivnuiuiaui.
WANTED Couplo, no children, desiro
tirM or lour-rouui luruioucu uuusv.
Addross II, Silver Belt.
r'OR SALE A lot of beautiful hand
painted china. These pieces will bv
sold very chenp. Lessons in watei
color and oil, 75 cents. 335 S. Suth
FOR SALE Baby buggy in first-class
condition:' Inquiro at 432 S. High
FOR SALE Block
Bailoy block. Six
ply to .Wnii Ross.
66, known as
good houses. Ap-
I' WANTED A piaco. Anyone going
j,ray lor mo summer anu wisoing
(0 rout their piano address Box 884.
WANTED Work by tho day; fast
wrkioff colored woman. i;au at tent
corner Bone and Willow streets.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Bunch of keys,
to Silver Bolt office.
WANTED Waitress for Superior &
BojJon boarding house.
WANTEn Two furnished rooms. Ad-
itt L Silver Holt.
WANTED A good steady, experienced
ok at tho county hospital.
TOR BENT Nice front room for two
pntlcmen. (Jail evenings, ifear Mm
tri' Union hall.
fOB BENT A throe-room . furnished
boQBe. Inquiro 35S- b. Deverenux.
FOUND Gold watch. Owner can jre
cover same by calling at Silver Bolt,
proving property ana paying for this
WILL the gentlemen who called Mon
day morning at 334 East North street
about tho rango, call again; will meet
FOR KENT Cabin furnished for
hatching; also four-room house. 32o
'FOR BENT 8ix room house, Pascoo
Hill, water furnished, $22.50. Inquiro
W, W. Kylo, Cabinet saloon.
FOR BENT Five-room furnrehed
base. Apply A. J. Leonard, .Lantin
JUST ARRIVED A carload of screen
doors. PJaco your order now. Olobo
Lumber Co. Phono Main 331. Prompt
FULL and correct advice on business,
speculation, investments, changes,
travels, mining claims and prospects.
Your futuro revealed by the cele
bratcd Psychic, rooms 7 and 9 Globe
Offico building. Hours 9 a. m. to 9
YOUR FUTURE revealed by tho won-
uenui rsy-'MC Palmist and Astrolo
per. Rooms 7 and 9, Globe Offico bldg.
Wing Jing Chung
Eaao as Chew Jing Chung & Chi.
547 N. Broad St.
CMaew ami Japanese Art Goods,
Tina Antique Porcelain, Embroi
deries, Silk and Linen, Curiosi
tics, Lacquered Ware and all
kbits of fine Teas.
Wo keep first quality goods.
The public is invited to call.
OPEN DAILY UNTIL 8 P. M.
FRED W. MOORE
1 tilt MMt Tp1lrVi1n V Tn.n..,,..
l4UNA MUTUAL SAVINGS &
Wit', Homo Printing tin Rnditlnr
MayorJohn II. SbnnsPey of Yuma
and fcis-H68i3tanis have noarly, complet
ed tho work of repairing tho break in
tho Oiia river lcveo east of that city.
Tho first fig of tho season havo been
shipped from Yuma to th San Fran
Tho Yuma Anti-Saloon league has
asked tho board of supervisors to ro
bko the license of W. T. Dutton, alleg
ing that ho conducts a disorderly hqusc
Tho Suburban Railway company of
Phoenix has perfected organization and
SAFFORD, May 18. Mr. Harris, tho
homostcad inspector of the national
forest rcBervo sorvico, with hoadquar
ters at Albuquerque, ,N. M., paid an of
nciai visit to tnis offico tho first of
tho week. Ho left .for Roosevelt on last
J. T. Owenst tho rustling real estate
man of this city, reports tho work in
his offico larger than over boforo, a
number of real cstato transfers being
raado every day. 3. Brown, a rocent
arrival in tho valley, bought through
Mr. Owons' agency this morning the
TibotU place in Layton, whore the
Brown family will niako thoir future
Frank Butler, at onetimo a resident
of this place, .now of Albuquerque, Avas
;i uuBiiiuss visitor ncro ounuay ana
Monday. Mr. Butler is traveling for
a wholesale drug company of the Now
William M. Claydon of Globe was vis
iting friends in tho city Sunday. Mr.
Claydon is a singing master of groat
ability, teaching at ono time in the
K. S. Smth. with his sistor. nre recent
arrivals at Fumarole where they ex
pect to live in tho futuro.
Goorgo A. Olnoy left this morning on
n business trip "to Clifton.
C. C. Mallard, superintendent of tho
G. V. G. & N., is a business visitor in
tho city today.
Tho Wilson houso on K street is be
ing painted and remodeled generally
and will bo a neat cottage homo when
Harry Solomon of Copper Hill is &
visitor hero today, greeting his many
Misses Vina and Ettio Leo of'Thatch
er, boarded tho train hero this morning
tor an extended visit to lios Angolcs,
San Francisco. and Salt Lake City.
A. F. McEuen of Fort Thomas was
transacting business hero Monday.
Ben Smith and Jack Todd lof$. this
morning for a three weeksV camping
trip to uiack river.
Judgo John McGowan was an out
go'ng passenger to Douglas this morn
Miles Uny was in town this morning
from Thatcher. "
John J. Birdno is a business visitor
to Clifton this week.
R. H. Hampton of Clifton is a vis
itor in tho valley.
H. G. Huntzinger of Globo is in town
with a viow of opening a photograph
Tom Campbell returned from Can
anca last night, whore ho had been to
tako several horses that wore bought in
Tho two children of Mrs. Nettie
Phillips aro ill from measles at tho home"
Phillips' aunt, Mrs. Georgo
Tho Robekah lodgo has issued invita
tions to a danco to be given Tuesday
evening, May 25.
At a meeting of the Etude club Mon
day night the Misses Mildred, Blanche
and Jessie Birdno were eloctod to bo
como mombera of this popular, club.
SAFFORD, May 18. Tho mombor3
of the Etude cjub gathered at the homo
of Misses Lillio and Alice Morris last
evening. Tho attendance was good and
an cntnusistic meoting held. Tho pro
cram was arranged for th next mont
ing, which will be held on the evening
or mo una at tno nomo 01 .Mesuamci
Nellie nad Jack Todd. The following
were elected members of the club:
MisscB Blanche, M Idred and Jessio
Birdno, and Rev. Jowitt Bray. It.waj
the decision of tho club to disband for
tho Bummor months with tho exception
ui one uieuimg a montn, tno samo to
bo an open meeting.
F. A. Woodward came in from Globo
this morning and drove out to "the
John Todd and Ben Smith left this
morning for a camping and hunting
trip to Black river in the White mouu
Now .that hay is moving rapidly,
Dusincss is incieasing for tho .merch
ants. Goorgo. the littlo son of Mr. and Mrs.
jjuvm Anugwujf, nuu una uix-u very 111
is much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J.. Broshears of
Artcsia are shopping in Safford today.
A quiet wedding took place last
evening when Rov. Andrews of the
Methodist Episcopal church' joined in
holy matrimony' Mrs. N. Woods and
Houston Roach. The principals of the
affair aro both well known in Safford.
Mrs. Woods has taught in tho Layton
public school for tho past two years,
and is a woman of lovable traits of
Character. Tho groom is a young man, of
sterling character and business ability.
Douglas, baseball team, has filled its;
dato card from this time up to tho
Fourth of July, playing at homo, in tho
territorial cities and a fo,w games Tit
Manuel Salazar, convictod in. Tomb
stone fr harboring an alien' woman,
was fined $300 and sentonccd to four
years in tho ponetentiary.
In jail at Tombstone, being held for
violation of tho immigration laws, ia
William Jones, of BritishGuiana, South
Amorica, formerly in tho employ of
tho deposed President Castro of "Vene
zuela as a blacksmith.
Tho. Pima Indians on tho Sacaton
reservation havo formally agreed to
smoko tho pipo of peaco with the
whites and fear of troublo at the Gila
crossing is now at an end.
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RECOMMENDATION FOB STATE
, HOOD BELL WILL ASK ABSOLU
TION FBOM BAJXBQAD BONDS
$1250 $250 down, $25 monthly.
New 3-room house on Hill street. Electric
lights; water in house; lot 54 feet, frontage.
4-room house; nice level lot; all fenced; good
yard; located on one of the nicest streees in
East Globe. The price now is only $1700,
One fine corner, 96x100, East Globe. Nice,
high and level. The best vacant on thfi
street. $1500. Terms. .
Globe Real Estate Office
Phone 1101 p- T00MB8' MGE- . 165 N." Broad
SOLOMON VILLE, 3day IS. Judge
W. C- McFarland waH called to Morenci
today on business. i
Sheriff A. A. Anderson is confined to
the house with a badly sprained knee.
Harry F. Solomon is down from Cop
per mil on a visit with his family . lie
will go to Morenci tomorrow.
A. G. McAlistcr went to Morenci to
day on official business.
The Ladies' Aid society of the First
Presbyterian church meets with Mrs.
II. M. Mcrr.ll today.
A. Mcjia was in f-oni San Jose to-,
Eliso Sanchez i.s in town today from
his ranch east of town.
is preparing to early begin work of charge of all tho Phelps-Dodge proper-
UUUUII1LT II I1UW JIUIMIULIUU JillU UilU , nu . Ill UiUb uitjiriiu,
system in the " Salt Riycr valley.
Tho Yuma Sun is conducting a sub
scription contest with trips to the
Seattlo exposition as prizes.
Tho Santa Fo railroad at Williams Is
parking the open spaces around the tic
pot, making a green spot rostf ul to the
There are said to bo at least 165
cases on ko cjvil docket "of tho
Graham county court awaiting the
opening of tho tenri by tho now judge,
which will probably be about Juno 1.
Merchants of Douglas arp organizing
to ask a roduction of rents from their
landlords during the dull mouths of the
Ball games for tho 2-ith and 25th
havo I'been arranged betweon Phoenix,
and Prescott at the latter city.
John L. Sullivan will umpire a base
ball gamo at Prescott during his com
ing cjigagoment in, that city.
J. jjl. Douglas has openod an offico
in Dlmglas and it is said will take
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p' urn !! mi ! iwjwiiiMMimmi -imrnnnTmiii iimiiiiiii 'm iiimiTnriimirBmffimMrawirinw I
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$3.50 $4.00 $4.50 $5.00 I
WEAR SCHWAB CLOTHING
White House Clothing Company
FlagBtaff, too, is arranging for a mon
ster Fourth of July celebration to last
Ramon Lozano, n Mexican laborer
employed as u section hand, wa3 struck
by a" passing train while at work near
Winslow last week and suffered a
broken leg and a broken arm.
Tho Little Butte, the new mine in
tho Bouso district, is reported to bo
making regular shipments of high grade
copper and gojd oro to tho smelter.
Tho Esperanza mine has been sold
to R. V. LcGrand of Pasadena, repre
senting a1 group of California capital
ists. The mine is a promising property
located near Harqua Hala.
An indoor rifio range,, to bo tho fin
est in the southwest, will bo installed
by the Bisbee Y. M. C. A." !
Delegates from Bisbco to tho Elks
convention at Los Angeles havo ordered
pearl gray Buits for tho occasion and
expect to send a Inrge delegation.
Bisbee has begun work on extensive
additions to tho water and firo system
and expects to finish in about six
Business buildings havo been built in
Bisbee since tho firo Inst fall to tho
amount, of moro than $100,000.
A meeting of tho Northern Arizona
Bar association was held in Prescott
last Wednesday, and among other
things drew up resolutions appropriate
on tho occasion of Judgo Sloan retir
ing from the bench to accept tho gov
ernorship of the territory.
Thomas N. Wills and Richard Brady
delivered to and shipped from Tucson
this week 1C0O cattle fr6m the San Pe
dro and Catalina ranges.
Bev. Z. Z. Johnson, from the West
, I exas .conference, has been, sent to
Phoenix to take charge, of the African
Methodist church in that city.
Tho now smelter at Sasco has been
.started and is now running full blast,
treating 800 tons of ore per day.
Jack Grcgor, soldier of fortune,
pioneer of Alaska, and one of the-most
unique and intereping' characters of the"
west and northwest,' died suddenly last
week at tho Newberry mino in Pjual
Tcmpe city council is working on a
new K.iloon ordinance which will pro
vide for tighter closing on Sunday.
That a clause will bo contained in the
statehood bill to bo propared by Gov
ernor Sloan for tho purpose of releas
ing Pima county from obligation with
Tcforonco to tho old Arizona narrow
guago bond issue, involving the pay
ment by, tho county into tho treasury
of tho territory nearly $300,000, was tho
statement given' out by J. B. Wright,
the new attorney general of the terri
tory; says tho Tucson Star. Pursuant
to a request of tho governor, prepara
tory to "tho presentation -of tho state
hood bill, the attorney general is now
engaged in preparing data on tho sub
ject, the fact to bo contained in this
C'lauso of tho bill.
f'Govoruor Sloan, being a former res
ident of Pima county and bcinc inter
ested in tho welfare of this county, is
including Pima county's interest in his
first work. Being well acquainted with
the situation as to tho bond issue, he
will take steps in this matter to release
the county from further obligation as
to tho bonds.''
Every old timer of Pima county, and
in fact tho territory, is acquainted with
tho narrow guage bond issue proposi
tion. In 1883 tho county was compelled
by a mandatory act of the Arizona leg
islature to, issue $150,000 worth of its
Ijonds to the Arizona Narrow Guage
Railroad company fortho purposo of
assisting tho company' in constructing
a railroad from Tucson to Globe, Ac
cording to tho provisions of the act, the
couuty was to trade $50,000 worth of
its bonds for an equal Value of stock of
the companyV upon tho incorporation
of tbo concern. Another $50,000 worth
of ljonda was to bo negotiated in a
similar manner upon completion of
grading of the first five miles of right
of way and $50,000 worth of bonds were
to bo traded upon completion of each
additional fivo miles.
Tho railroad was novor built. Ten
miles of grading was completed in a
most satisfactory manner and then
work was abandoned.
J. WATT HOGUB
JAMES W. HOGUE
Vice President and Cashier.
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a Globe home, please remember that wo handle nothing bat Real Estato
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HOM INVESTMENT COMPANY
228 BROAD ST., ROOM 3. PHOJTE 28Q1
JIM HOGUE HOGTJE
Manager Utility Man
Monte Vista Lots
Realizing tho wonderful possibilities of MONTE VISTA as a beautiful
residential section, quite a number of the individual owners who havo,
spare; lots besides' the ones, thoy will- build on aro constantly, .raising
the prices thereon.. Some, very beautiful residences Tvill soon be erected
in this additien. I have some -very choico corners and locations that '
will be offered at the samo low prices and "WITHOUT ANY ADVANCE '
WHATSOEVER, UNTIL JUNE lot. Buy now beforo prices will doublo. '
or trebblo. Don't loso that opportunity to secure one of the prettiest
sites for a homo in Globe, by investing in ono or more of these nice
MONTE VISTA lots. Several choica homes at a bargain price. Call
and let mo show them to yoa. All on easy terms.
STREET. ONE DOOR SOUTH OP TRUST RTTTT.TirMr.
Office Opp. Kinney Houso. f
NO ALARM CLOCK IS GOING TO RING WHEN TIME STRIKES
THE HOUR OF YOUR OPPORTUNITY. BUY NOW.
Pive rooms and bath. New modern bungalow 5200.00
Pour rooms and bath. Modern in every detail ...... I $200.00
Four-rooin house. Fine lot. Grand location $2,SOo!oo
Pour-room. Fine level lot , $lWoO
Twcnty-fivo feet, Central Broad street. Improved $17,500.00
W. S. DAYTON
Room 35 Trust Building
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Electric Flat Irons
For hot weather why suffer with the heat. Call
on us at our new office, No. 146 Broad St., next
to DominionHotel, and let us demonstrate to
you the advantages of GAS for cooking and
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Globe Light & Power Co.
Latett, safest and most lmprovtt
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Phoenis as to tbeiglocatKJirof f.thencw
abfolnta guarantee by
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