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Sunday, December 5, Ifii.fj
A company of Uouclns business men
to he known as the 'Douglas-C'ourtlnnil
Devolopmont company ltua been organ-i
ied to develop claims adjoining the'
ncli gold strike on the Fro no claims,'
two miles northeast of Court land.
The future of baseball in Douglas
seems to bo assured. A new stock as
sociation hns been Organized and the
Mock is being rapidly subscribed, so
that the club will be well financed when
t tie season of 1910 opens.
A liHli snvmi-vnnr-nlil Mpxicnn bnv .
.) Douglas played with a giant cap
.i few days ago amf mot with an acci
Went which cost him three of his fin
gers. Tho little chap showed remark
able bravery never whimpering up to
the time chloroform was administered.
Assays returned from the Whitetail
'upper property near Uisbee show high
percentage of silver, copper, lead and
The. annual observuuee of All Saints'
lay occurred at San Xavier mission
i.ear Tucson Thursday and Friday. In
.ddition tho new Ufbtto Houidoz was
.indicated; and the Papago Indians eel-
bratod thoir annual Harvest Festival.
A driving club has been organized at
I'.iHbco for tho purpose of promoting in
mtosI in lignt harness events. Kaco
meets will be held at stated intervals
.uioughont tho year.
Surveyors are at work on the railroad
Imio to ue built by ttie Cananea tvm
p.niy over the Los Auimos ptnteau.
It is, fetatod that regular shipments,
iiernging 100 tous daily from the
-hattuck mine of tho Warron ditr'ot.
Ilisboo, to tlip Douglas smoltoi, '.ill Le
u Minted about January 1.
Steven Janus, until recently super
intendent of the Western Navajo Indi
sin school, hns been transferred to Rol
., i. 4-tti., tuo wndoi tn'ere lieing ouo
ot the new and larger institution .
The Southern Belle, a rich gold prop
ity in southwestern Pinal count, has
been takiin over by practical mining
men ot California and ..Ncrqjlu, who will
i-fgiu operations at once, 'lne property
was closed fifteen yetirs ago at the
tormer owner's deatn and lias since
lieen neld hy his estate.
V. M. C- A. directors of Uisbee pass
resolutions commending C. E. Buchner,
wno has been general secretary of tho
issociation thoio for more thiiu threo
years. Huchner litis been called to a
responsible position in tho state work
't mo 1. Ai. C. A. of Oklahoma.
1es Smith, who has been deputy col
lector of customs at -Naeo, has gon.' to
Washington to accept a position in the
ixircau oi engiaviiig. (. met Inspector
. uziicrbert bus beon appointed to til
ttie vneancy cnued by Smith's resigna
Uo January 1 the Cojiper Queen com
pany of Disbee ami Douglas will iui'iuj
nruio a benefit assoeiauun wtncii u..i
.inord to tne employes or ihe company
us glionp nccutent insurance nnd 'sieK
enetu n3 roreiwd by (Miiployvs any
where in the world. It is simply a mut
ual bcuviit association ot the employes,
and in addition tho Copper Queen mid--.
nbes t. tho Insurance mini and guar
.uiiepji tne uaieiy ot tne tunil :nin tm
ii'i ("rest on tne same.
Dntting on the 1300 level of the
Ju-iin miue at Disbee has begun.
J. C. AdnuiB will resign from tho Fttir
t'oinmitwion and wid ask to be iiiaitb
Trncklaying lias been resumed on the
liuc ot the Arizona nnd lahtoruia rail
iuad irom Parker, Ariz., t. bengal, t'al.
Tho Arizona Overland and Home Tel-
(t)uonO companies have been nietgid'
u one corration. j
Tlnj postolTlco nt Cliftoii wjts allowed
an additional cleik, beginning IJt-i-e.n
Thn Xloklonlnto MlniiiL' i-jinnanvr
composed ot (. iif tail pto'pie, was iteem-'
y incorporated with a capitalization f I
$100,000, and will jlovolon a group of!
.nuns -eur oyivaniie alio ltiim..
A houso to house canvass is beirg I
i.tado in l'liuemx witn petitions i r
fc t . 1 .. I . A 1111 '
municipal ngiit aim jiower piant. iiie
matter will oe pliicou bet ore the i-oun
ill olontlay evuning.
Prof. It. W. Clothier of the Univer
Miy or Arizona will address an insti
tiu'o or' Sulphur Springs valley tai lit
ers nt Dougias December 14.
A nowly organized football eleven
of Phoenix challenges Tucson to make
up an eleven to piity against tneiii ;u
to Old Pueblo.
Two belligorcnt drunken Mexicans
were arrested nenr (iiln Hojid wmlo
threatening to clean out it camp of tlnr
iy men in a section gang.
Miss JJargtterito Hunts, daughter of
tho tornter weather obsarvor of Plto
nix, died recently at Washington, D.
!., just one weeu. betore tne unto set
ior nor wedding.
The new electric light plant at the
academy tit Thatcher is almost complet
ed and will begin operations within
a lojv days.
From- ten to fiftten desert entries
of land under tho San Carlos irriga
tion pioject are b'eitig received dauy
at. the Phoonix land ollice.
OJson's county hospital plans are
again accepted at Tonibstono after hav
ing been once rejected on charges of
illegal procetluro. Bids on tho plans
will be opened January 3. i
V. II. Giflin, found with ten cans
of opium in his possession, was arrest
ed in Phoenix Thursday, charged with
It is rumored that tho grand jury
of Cochise, county 'will adviso moving
the county sont from Tonibstono to
Douglas postofiico shows an incroaso
of 11 per cent in business of 1900 over
that of 1908."
IMS OF HII
Facts Brought Out in Pre
liminary Hearing at
At the preliminary hearing of Wttl
tor and Gilbert -Layton held at Central
Thursday, the defendants were bound
over charged with - manslaughter to
await the action of the next grand jury,
the bond being fixed at 2,000 aple.-o,
says Georgo Crosby's paper. The ter
ritory was represented by District At
torney MoAlister and Judgo IcFarland
of Solomonville. The defense was rep
resented by Judge F. S. Nave of Globe.
Tito case was in session about five
hours. Tho most important witnesses
were -the Layton boys and the ('luff
girls who were in the buggy at the
tinio of the accident. A little eonfu
sion of testimony by these witnesses
delayed the court, some saying that
they were trotting and others stated
that thoy were galloping at the time of
The boys on the witness stand stated
thoy began racing about 400 yards from
tho place of the accident, both passing
on the same side and as the last buggy
passed the ladies, Mrs. Coombs jumped
and was run over by her own buggy.
Mrs. Loughgreen jumped about twenty
arils from where Mrs. Coombs jumped
and was run "over by Alex Layton
buggy, (the Layton not concerned in
the race,) the cause of tho runaway as
stated by the witnesses was caused by
the boy that was in the, 'front buggy
hitting his horse as he started to pass
the buggy containing the ladies. The
lines wore reported to have been in very
poor condition. The boys stated ot the
stand that when they saw Mrs. Coombs
jump they thought it a laprobe.
Home made Chocolates at Anderson's.
Tl 1 7 11 y 1PTP m. f Capital paid In, SlOOiOOO.OO
Ihe Gila Valley Dank & trust Company surplus, mooo.oo
C. E. MILLS, Prcsidont WE PAY -1 PER OJBNT ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. NEW BUSINESSINVITED.
L. D. RIOKETTS, Vico-Prcs.
T. A. PASCOE, Vico-Prcs. DIRECTORS L. D. RICKETTS R. B. HEGARDT
II. S. VAN GORDER, Cnshior C. E. MILLS A. T. THOMSON E.' M. IlDHD
E. M. IIURD, Local Manager II. S. VAN GORDER T. A. PASCOE WALTER DOUGLAS
Tho Correct Timo
To stop a cough or cold is just as
soon as it starts thon thoro will bo no
danger of pnoumonin or consumption.
Just a fow doses of Ballard's. Hore
hound Syrup takon at tho start will
stop tho cough. If it hns boon runn:ng
on for somotimo tho treatmont will tio
longer, but the euro is sure.
Sold by Pnlaco Phnrmacy.
BKK w Xvs ray liair nesioror
1 Z. A YA restores oriBlnnl color In
HU vi lvralM. healthful manner
BfNflHVi. J In from 7 to It dis. Itn.
Wy WltPN tlrolydltrcrontfromnnr
M153 AXS5a thlno otto. Its effect !
Tnli Kirk Wiiwt
pvrraanont. Does not
nral Baa no sediment, no Ii'h neither ctlckjr nor
cremr It'll at pure ond clear iwwntor.
Don t eiperlmcnt uw what tuonsundd of ptnori
hnro found RofeandBatitfnctorjr. Hamplo and comb
absolotoly free Uo taro to mention orlalnnl color
of vonr hnlr MARY T (lOLDitAX. OoUlman
Mil).. St. Aiul. Minn FrtclriflboUlendlreecoi&bit
Wc purchased our
This season in New
York, consequently we
have the latest in Xmas
presents, and at reason
"How long will the
candle burn." See our
A fino new modern four-room house, with bath, flush
closetlavatory and sink; has never been occupied;
can be had for $1350 on easy terms. This is the best
buy ever listed in Globe and if you see it you will
agree with us.
t)on't' come to us next week and say, "Why didn't
you tell me of this bargain," but come in as soon as
you see this "ad" and we will show you the place and
if you are looking for a home, we feel sure you will
not want to be shown any other property.
DO IT NOW
Globe Real Estate- Office
F. L. TOOMBS, Manager
165 North Broad. Office with Water Co.
Famous Indian Hot Springs
A noted resort for health and pleasure. Bates, $2.00
to $3.00 por day. Twenty minutes ride from Hot
Springs Station, Graham county,
Arizona. These wonderful wa
ters aro recommended to euro
rheumatism, gout, dropsy, liver,
kidney and stomach troubles,
Wood disorders and women's ail
ments. Beautiful lawns and
shade trees; largo plunge and
swimming pool; also fish lake and
boating, lawn tennis and-croquot
and swings. Try our wonderful
mud and mineral baths. If you
aro rick, get well. If well, get pleasure and rest.
Excursion tickets to Ft. Thomas and Indian Hot Springs, Saturday
and Sunday, return Monday. Bound trip $3.15.
W. E. Llnlcy, M. D., a prominent physician, is located permanently
at tho Springs.
ALEXANDER BROTHERS, Postofflce, Fort Thomas, Arizona.
CZ L C2 T" H I El FR
Gifts of . Quality
If you want a taste of real quality in clothes
the smart, snappy style, the trustworthy,
all wool fabrics, the fine tailoring, .the cor-
rect fit the things any well-dressed man
ought to insist on, you 'd better come' here, t6
morrow and look over our v
R. & W. OVERCOATS
Because this is the surest place and surest
way to get these thnigs. Suits and Over
coats. $15.00 to $35.00
Designed tj' IloscnwalU & Weil. Chicago
"We've got other good things to wear besides
suits and overcoats. .Splendid 'Neckwear,
Dressy Gloves, stetson and No Name Hats,
Wilson Bros.. Dress Shirts, Plain and Fancy
Hosiery, Fancy "Waistcoats, Smoking Jack
ets, Bath Robes and many other things that
will, add to the personal appearance of every
man and make most acceptable Christmas
Designed by Rosenwald & Weil, Chicago
The Hou of KuppenhriiiKi
Practical and Use
This store is ready to show; you the largest ai
most complete line of Christmas Gifts for men . I
any store in this city. m -
The joy of giving Ls 4
give something that
avOI be glad to get.
this store you will fir-
we might sa:, hundri
of useful gifts for t
Would make most .
ceptable gifts for a
man. All the new cc'
Prices $15 to $40
Every man will appreciate something selected fru.
our splendid stock of Furnishing Goods.
Dress Shirts, new Fall
Neckwear, Gloves, Hos
iery., Combination Sets
of Suspenders, Garters
and Fobs and Handker
chiefs, Ties and Hose,"
Vests, Fancy Aests, Col
lar Bags, Suspenders,
Bath Robes, Smoking
Jackets, etc. -
J. & M. and Crawford
Shoes lire sold only at
this store. Prices $3.50
to $8. We have a 'fine
line of House Slippers.
MEnM". Hlctukt Ci
Stetsoii, Roelofs, Xnox;
and Tiger Special Men's'
Hats give us the lead in
Suit Cases, Grips, Travel
ing Bags, Tourist Cases
All of these are most appropriate Xrnas Gifts. A
call your attention to our lino of Umbrellas. Ooi
to this store for men's gifts. "
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