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The Firsf National BanklULD BUILD
J. N. PORTER
W. D, FISK
1 P. GREEK
A. W. CRAWTORD
L. 11. W1GUTMAN
J. N. ROBINSON
Capital . $100,000
Surplus . $100,000
United States, Territorial,' County and
.T. N. PORTER, ?rcst.
P. P. GREER, V. Prcst.
J. N. ROBINSON, Cashier.
A. J. McKINNON, Asst. Casliior.
G C SIMMONS, Asst. Cashier.
J. T. BROWN. Asst. Cashier.
SHORT STORIES OF THE CITY
NEW PLATE GLASS V new plato
glass 'window was jest onlay put in
placo in tho frout of the new Sultan
store. This glass will replace one- of
the big show window lights broken
somo tunc ago.
GOES TO WINKLEMAN Under
sheriff Frank Haynes left yesterday for
Winklemnn to straighten out a lard
squabble in tt town. Titles to prop-
ertj- in Winklenian are vaguo in some
eases and as it was f oared there would
bo an open rupturo between soino of
tho owners, Haynes decided to visit the
camp and if possible settle tho difficul
ty. He will return late this week.
PAYS FINE FOR JAG Frank High
tower, who drank overmuch Monday
night and foil into tho clutches of tho
police as the result, faced Judge Ilin
"""Mm Thomas yestcrdaj". He escaped on
payment of a fine of $0.30. '
ICE CREAM DAILY In pints,
and quarts. Maxson Candy coinpanj-,
REALTY TRANSFERS Tho follow
iug deeds wero placed on reconl jeter
dav: Old Dominion Commercial com
pany to R. J. Lakich, art of lot 30 in
lot 1, North Oloue; AV. F. Meyers to
Salina II. Levi, lots o to S, block 70 and
lots 1 to 4, block So, East Globe.
ton mine, of which ho is consulting engineer.
VISIT LOS ANGELES Mrs. Chas.
E. Taylor; Mrs. A. Allon, Mrs. P. Rose
and Mr. Lj-inan .1. Wood, who left this
city Mondnj morning, spent ono daj
at Courtland and thon went on to Los
M'ouud City Paicis aro 'bottor. Wlnl
ley Lumber Co.
CANDIES AT REDUCED PRICES
Tho Adams' Confectionery nro selling
all their candies at 10c to 20c per lb.
reductions. Buy now.
For Over-Eating and Drinking Noth
ing on Earth clonus you out liko Tho
Tuna Bitters, naturally easily. No
upset, sick feeling. Palaco Pharmacy.
morrow morning for Now York, where
ho will spend a 'few weeks selecting
goods tor tlio new spring stock for his
Miss Ma Ryan is oxpectod to arrive
in a day or two from Los Angeles,
whero sho has been attending school.
Sho has been compelled to give up her
studies on account of her ojes, which
liavo boon giving her a great deal of
trouble for bomo time. Miss Ryan loft
Lps Angeles several days ago, but
stopped over at Benson to visit her
McElroj- for paints.
CANDIES AT REDUCED PRICES
Price your goods boforo buying, thon
try Adams' Candy Prices.
MfElroy for framing pictures.
Call for a hot bath at tho Ruby bar-
. ber shop any old time You'll get it
Los Angeles Firm Would Al
ter Plans for Broad
"The best Baking Powder at any
price" Is tho verdict of thbso who try
K C Baking Powder. Pure and whole
some. Saves you 30 cents on n pound
FIFTEEN DAYS Eusebio Auguy
las, a Mexican, made himself obnoxious
on North Broad street, Monday night
and as the result was thrown in jail.
After a trial before' Judge Hinson
Thomas yesterday ltojfwns sent back to
jail to servo out "a fifteen-day sentence.
LAUGHING DAN IN AGAIN
Laughing Dan Moore faced Judge Hin
son Thomas again yesiemaj-, on
Of Personal Interest
Hoy Clifton" will leave this morning
for Springfield, Mo.
J. A. Hoggs and his two children will
leave this morning for Daltou, Ga.,
where thoj" will visit relatives.
Mrs. John Kellj left j-estordaj morn
ing for Bisbeo to join itr., Nellj', who
preceded her several weeks ago. They
will establish their residefleo in Bis-'bee.
IHE UM PACKS
ELKS. THEATER AT
Best Musical Comedy of the
Season Wires Kirkland
Mrs. J. N. Geaslin of Miami, who has
a spent the past week visiting her par-1 Dreamland Thursdav nii'ht. is
.i i- i .i: .i,.,i,. .!,., .-..., A. thnlenrs. -Mr. .nnil Mrs ilnrvov TTinft nl . .
uruiiK aim uuu uv ,", "- ""- flTiu ':." .' "i V "V." .' : ".:'.". mnsieal comedy seen In tho
COUrt IClt tliat it WOUIIl HOI lip uuu uu " -'J, nu;u iu uti Humu eaiui-
injustice to allow him to sober up lor .way aiiemoon.
..ilia, ti, i, uillCiUi U11U JllUC UUIIgll-
ter Adrian, returned last evening from
Solomonville, whero they have spent
tho past few weeks visiting Mrs. AVcin-
Dre.un-1 berger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. E.
J. N. Piirdum returned last night
from u business trip to SatTord and
other valley towns.
Mrs. W. R. Jones received a letter
t from her brother, Michael Nugent of
SteuuenviUc, Uluo, stating that he con
templated taking a trip to this city
to paj her a visit in about a month.
This will bo their first meeting in fif
J. W. Brown expects to leave to-
oneo in his life, ho was sent inside for
DANCE TONIGHT The Catholic
choir will eivo thoir dance m
land tonight, and judging from tho
number of tickets already sold in all
parts of the city, a large crowd is as
sured. Hot coffee and cake will be
served throughout tho evening and all
aro promised a jolty time.
REV. BELL HERE Rev. J. B. Bell,
general missionary for Arizona and
New Mexico, is in the city looking af
ter the interests of-tho colored Baj
tists. Rev. Bell has been a prominent
figure in colored religious circles in
tins section for some tinio and has as
sisted wonderfully m the building up
of tho colored Baptist church in tho
southwest. He has erected quite a num
ber of churches in Arizona and New
Mexico and his mission in Globo Jt
present is to clear the local church of
In the opinion of the people of Phoe
"Tho Alaskan," which plaj's at
Yesterday Manager Alexander of
Dreamland received the following tel
egram front Manager George Kirkland
of the Elks' theater in Phoenix:
"The Alaskan played to a capacity
house last night. You cannot rccom
mend this attraction too highly. It is
the best musical comedj that has vis
ited Arizona this season."
The Alaskan has enjoj'od an envi
able reputation since its first produc
tion and it is apparont that tho addi
tions to the show this j-ear have made
it a moro entertaining musical comedy
than ever. The peoplo of Globo enjoy
good musical comedj and the Alaskau
should draw a crowded house.
If tho bid of Thomas & Post of Los
Angeles will permit tho construction
of the new Broad street bridge by
those contractors, this structure will
be built in one span of eightj' feet, in
stead of the originallj- proposed con
struction of two fortj feet spans, ac
cording to a communication received bj
City Clerk James II. "Welch yestcrdaj.
Thompson & Post aro among tho con
tractors to which a profilo map of the
crossing of Broad street and Pinal
creek was mailed, a few days ago.
These contractors feel that a nettcr
bridge could bo built in a single span
than bj tho construction of a peer in
tho middle of the creek and thoy have
written for additional information.
If tho bid of this company, which
will be received within the next few
weeks, is not exorbitant, it is possible
that this method of construction may be
adopted, as it would give tho creek
an unobstructed channel and prevent
any liability of a washout by high wa
ters, which liavc.-'dono considerable
damage in tho rlast.
As J'ct nono of tho other Lridgo
contractors to whom profiles have been
mailed have been heard from.
The Gila Valley BanK & Trust Co. SSL : : : $16c.
Savings Department in Connection. 4 per cent interest paid on Savings Av
Foreign Exchange at lowest rates. Safety deposit boxes absolutely fir.
C. E. MILLS, President L. D. RICKETTS, Vico Prcst. T. A. PASCOE, Vio l '
DIRECTORS 11. L. VAN GORDER, Cashier GEO. A. OLNEY
.WALTER DOUGLAS R. B. IIEGARDT
New Busnicss Invited.
CANDIES AT REDUCED PRICES
Price j-our goods beforo buying, then
try Adams' Candy Prices.
Real Estate Man in Trouble
for Alleged Failure to
- . Pay Over Money
Charged with felonj embezzlement,
the result ot lus alleged action in
failing to paj to tho owner of a piece
of propertj in this city tho sale price
of the plot, amounting to $7o, Nick
Milick, a local rcjal estate dealer, was
placed under arrest j-estcrdaj-.
Tho charge against Milick was placed
by Jacob Judich. Judichwho formerlj
lived in this city, claims that ho gavo
Milick orders to dispose of a piece of
propertj' in this city and to turn tho
monoy ovor to August Fink, ns he owed
the latter that amount.
He -claims that although Milick dis
posed of tho propertj' and was ordered
to pay tho monc$' to rink, that he has
failed to do so.
Milick claims that ho never received
a communication from Judich concern
ing tho matter and that he did not paj"
tho monoj' because ho did not know to
whom it was due.
The matter is scheduled to be thrash
ed out in Jmlgo Hinson Thomas' court
this morning. Milick is at liberty on
his own recognizance in the meantime.
CANDIES AT REDUCED PRICES
Tho Adams' Confectionery are selling
all thoir candies at 10c to 25c per lb.
reductions. Buy now.
Seventy pages of illustrated informa
tion about Globo and the great Globe
district, handsomely bound and a boost
for home. Send some to j'our friends
who don't realize the greatness of
Globe. Get thorn for 25 cents each at
tho Silver Belt office.
That's tho way j-ou feel about the
lungs when you hayo a hacking cough.
It's foolishness to let it go on and
tnist to luck to got over it, when Bnl
lard's Horchound Syrup will stop the
cough and heal the lungs. Price 23c,
50e and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Pal
The Elks' Ball
Send your Dress Suit
Have the wagon call.
K. K. K. Ko.
Walter & Griffith
Tel. 2271. 385 N. Broad
e Have Your
BUYS PROPERTY A. II. Hargrave,
j'estorday sold two fine residence lots I
in East Globo to Fred Roberts. Mr
Roberts will improve tho property by ,
the erection of a new Home.
Come in and ask to see the
GOES TO SAN CARLOS P. S.
Smith left yesterday for San Carlos,
where ho will take a position with the
mercantile firm of Alexander L Rup
ke. Mr. Smith will probably remain in
the vallcj' for some time.
LAWYERS WILL MOVE Tho law
firm of Rawlins & Little will move
from thoir present quarters into now
olllces in tho Silver Belt building wijh
in tho next few daj's. They havo a
suito of four rooms and will hao vcrj'
WHITE BUYS CAR E. M. Whito
of Black Warrior yesterday received a
lino six-cylinder Premier touring car.
The machino is handsome in appearance
and apparently has tho power to travel
over anj- hill tho country that can be
traversed bj' a wagon.
HOTEL ARRIVALS J. T. Ray, Col
orado Springs; T. W. Hamilton, Denver;
C. W. Pritchett, Denver; W. H. Hamil
ton', Cactus; Ballard Pay, Black War
rior; Mrs. 15. Pringle, Whoatficlds: 1 L.
Jloyt, Florence; Charles K. Pishon,
1'hociiix; M. C. Chcncj-, El Paso; J. J.
Kastcr, El Paso; Frank II. Probert, Los
Angeles; John Foster, Warren; Fred
Bornstein, Chicago; W. O. Tuttlc, Rice.
GALPIN RETURNS W. A. Galpin
returned to this city last night, after
spending a fow daj's in Los Angeles.
PISHON VISITS Col. Charles K.
Pishon of Phoenix arrived hero last
nighf and for tho next few daj-s will
boost avintion wcok and incidentally
look after mnttors of business.
HERE FROM RICE W. O. Tuttlo
of Rico arrived hero last night and
will spend a short time in this city,
v looking aftor business interests.
Hirsh-Wickwire and Society Brand
- Clothing for Men
PROBERT HERE Frank II. Pro
bort arrived hero last night, aftor
spending sOmo timo in the cast. Ho
will bo hero for somo timo looking nf
tcr tho interests of tho Superior & Bos-
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WICKWIRE MEN'S SUITS, REGULAR $35.00 ...: il $23.35
mCKWIRE MEN'S SUITS, REGULAR $30.00 . $20.00
WICKWIRE MEN'S SUITS, REGULAR $25.00 X $16.70
WICKWIRE MEN'S SUITS, REGULAR $20.00 k.l $13.70
WICKWIRE MEN'S SUITSREGULAR $18.00 $12.00
WICKWIRE MEN'S SUITS, REGULAR $15.00 .'..?. $9.95
$3.50 Trousers $2.65
$1.00 Trousers $3.00
$3.00 Trousers . . .$3.75
$0.00 Trousers $4.50
$7.00 Trousers $5.25
FANCY VESTS .
$7.00 Vests .". .1. .l.J...$5.25
$0.00 Vests $4l50
$3.00 Vests , $3175
$1.00 Vests $3.00
$3.00 Vests .-. $2.25
$2.50 Vests $1.85
Complete Line of Up-to-Date Full Dress Evening Suits and
JAMES COOimAN, Prcs. BEN JONES, MamJ
ARIZONA INVESTMENT CO.
Will sell a beautiful, modern, five-room house, 50 feet long
furniture to match interior goes with house, for $3,200 in paj-m
A nice, new, littlo threo-room house goes for $775; only $1
A two-room liouso close to school house for $775; $35 cash,
If you want to build, we havo ono lot for $323, one for $
$170, one for $75. These arc nice lots.
Office 177 No. Broad.
Ladies' Tailored Skirts
Regular $!4.oU values now ,r
iteguiar $ia.uu vames now m..,
Regular SlU.DU values now m,?
Reirular $10.50 values now ".):
Regular $9.50 values now H ?
Regular $8.50 values now . A2
Short Kimonos, Outing Flannel, Soc to $2.25 duel
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