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ARIZONA'SILVICK BlfiLT: AUGUST 22, 1901.
Arizona Silver Belt
.1. U. lioodwln loft till;, morning for
Cha-s. F. I'uscoe, of Satford, spent
Con Orowloy was In yesterday from
his mines on Pinto Creole.
C. II. CiittlnK, manager of the Tiny
mines, has (fone to Kl Paso on uusl-ni'.
Lex Lord arrived on Monday's train
from Clifton, on a visit to his rela
iO!nirlen lloUmuu has been elected
flrst lieutenant of company G, A. N.
0., at Nogales.
Mrs. (Catherine MeLano was in town
on Monday to prove up on her home
Mead In Miami valley.
The heat li gradually relaxing ILs
rlp and delightful weathor may be
expected from this on.
Attorney Jesse Hardest)' left on
Monday for Chicago, for an indefinite
taj In the Windy City.
Win. 1". It J an, an attorney from
Tucson, is here on legal business and
will remain several dajs.
F. W. Westumyer left, yesterday to
Join hi wife In Los Angeles. He ex
pects to be absent ninety days.
I W. Leighton and daughter, Mrs.
Oleason, went to the Gila valloy this
morning. They will return tomorrow.
No ratu has fallen here during the
past week. The total precipitation
for the pa.st month was about live
The ladies of St. John's Guild will
meet at the residence of Mrs. J.J.
Keegan. Friday afternoon, August 2.1,
A telegram was received liere jes
te.rday from Xacosarl, announcing the
death of A. I). Walsh, who formerly
ran the Kati Kan Kitchen here.
The Globe band, under the able
leadership of Prof. Vincent, shows
marked improvement. Their Satur
day evening concertsare very popular.
A letter from Harry Nash locates
him at Macabebe, Philippine Islands,
where he Is in charge of a school. He
likes the country and Is well satlstied
with Ids position.
Jas. F. Gerald, accompanied by his
daughter, Miss Geraldine, went to La
Junta, Colo., last week, to look after
the real estate which he recently ac
quired in that city.
S. y. Sullenberger, cashier of the
Stockmen's National bank of Canyon,
Texas, was here during the past week,
visiting his friend, J. If. Porter, presi
dent of the Jiauk of Globe.
Mr. Foster, representing the old and
reliable linn of .Solomon & Wickcr
sham, of Satlord, was in town yester
day, Interviewing customers. The
house enjoys a large trade here.
.Forty new desks for the primary
schools are expected to arrive within
a few days, which with eighty desks
on hand, will provide for sixty pupils
in each of the primary schools.
Denis .Murphy, of the Globe meat
market, has received two airloads of
cornfed hogs from Kansas, and is pre
pared to supply fine pork to his cus
tomers and the trade in general.
The Tucson CltUen, of August 20,
publishes a. flegram from Salem, Il
linois, announcing the marriage of
Wm. II. Beard of Florence, Aiiz., to
Mis? Ella Hlte, of New Baden, III.
E. F, Jvellner returned last Satur
day from Los Angeles, where he spent
three weeks very pleasantly. Mr.
Kellner visited San Carlos this week
to look after his business at the post.
Win. H. iiutler writes from San
Ulego that there Is no change lor the
muse lit lils father's condition, which
encourages hope of his lmpovement.
yill may return to Globe within a
I Manager of the Pinal Copper Co.
Geo. P. Andrews and Ills family
moved out the mines yesterday,vvherc
they are comfortably nuartered In a
cottage built hy the company several
AN FRANCISCO, CAL.
O. II. Hni, who was assistant agent
of the G. V. G, & N at Safford, and
recently exchanged places with Will
Roundy, Is glad to be in Globe again.
Tlic railroad company has a very ca
pable employe In Mr. Bru.
Geo. T. Peter was hranded Into the
lOlobe hord of Elks last Friday night.
The gentleman from Tonto rode the
goat with becoming grace and by
unanimous consent was declared
worthy to wear the antlers.
The Union Livestock Association of
Gila county, lias been formed and
will be Incorporated. The principal
business of the association will be to
engage In the butchering of livestock
and sale of the meat hi Globe.
G. S. VanWagenen has moved Into
the larger quarters recently occupied
by the Chicago Store, which he has
had handsomely painted and papered.
Ills customers will llnd it a pleasant
retreat where they will be well. served.
Andre Maurel makes the announce
ment to the thrifty housewives of
Globe that he Is prepared to supply
them with peaches of several varieties
suitable for pieserving, at very rea
sonable prices. Orders fur an quan
tity promptly tilled.
McNeill's Itacket Store desire to
express appreciation of tlie very gen
erous patronage received during the
fllve years since the business was es
tablished In Globe, and to assure the
public that they will endeavor to
nierita continuance of their favor.
Mrs. A. Kinney returned last Tues
day night from San Francisco, where
she spent two weeks very pleasantly
and was refreshed by the change of
scene and climate. San Francisco
was so cold that she found winter
clothing and furs very comfortable.
Morris Simon, who represents Al
bert Mathlas, of El Paso, wholesale
dealer in dry goods, huts, boots and
shoes and furnishing goods, was a vis
itor here this week. We carry the
advertisement ot this house, which is
one of the biggest concerns in ElPaso.
I'ndersherlll Hlnson Thomas who
has been coutined to his home by sick
ness fur the past ten days, is again
able to attend to his duties at the
sheriff's onlce. He is much Improved
and hopes that he Is now on the road
to permanent recovery.
1). A. AbrauiB, who was In from
Black warrior on Monday, stated that
work on the acid plant would be
begun as soon as the building ma
terial was on the ground. Eight cars
of lumber to be used In its construc
tion are en route from the coast.
Morris Belknap returned last Mon
day from the land of the manana.and
sajs that he has had all he wants of
Mexico. Morris was so anxious to get
back to Globe that lie footed a part of
the distance Iwtvveen Nogales and
Tucson rather than wait for tile wash
outs to bo repaired.
Lodges of the order of Eagles have
been instituted at Hisbee and Tucson.
Later the organiser is expected to
come here. It would seem as though
there are as many secret orders' repre
sented in Globe now as the town can
well support. Fewer and stronger
lodges would be better.
There was a lire' scare Tuesday af
ternoou, caused bv the Ignition of gas
oline from a gasoline stove on Col. L.
F. EggcrV premises. A few buckcis
of water put out the llame. People
who have gasoline stoves cannot, be
too careful, but it Is safer still not to
use them. They are always dangerous.
G. W. P. Hunt, of the Old JJomin
Inn Commercial Co., who left for the
east on business the fore part of last
week, was 'detained at New Orleans
hy the coast stqrm so severe In that
vicinity. After making his purchases
In St. Louis and Chicago, Mr. Hunt
will visit tlie Pan-American exposi
tion. The Coconino Sun notes that eight
six-horse teams from Tonto basin
were in Flagstaff last week after sup-pile-
which suggests the thought
that it would pay the Globe mer
chants to look closer after the trade
of that section, the cream of which is
divided between Flagstaff and Salt
"J)ad" Morgan, who played catcher
and first base for the MorcncI baseball
club, is a late arrival, and will proba
bly remain here. Although -15 years
old Dad is one of the best ball tossers
In southern Arizona, and that lie has
lasted so long on the diamond Is due
Ui his abstemious habits. lie has
never draulx liquor nor used tobacco.
The postolllce was moved Into now
quarters In the McNelly building, on
Sunday, without causing any Inter
ruption of business. Tlie change Is
altogether desirable, the arrangement
of the boxes being much better and the
lobby for the use of the public larger
than li- the former postolllce room.
A skylight is being put In, which will
make the room much lighter.
The finest baths in town
barber shop, " ' .
From Boad Overseer John Cramer,
who was In town Tuesday, we learned
that he Is about to begin work with a
strong force on a new piece of road on
the other side of Pioneer, to avoid the
Mlddleton grade and long sandwash
leading clown to Dripping Spilngs;
also the distance to Troy will lie
shortened four or five miles. When
this work Is completed Globe will
have a fairly good wagon road to Troy,
which should bring us more business
from that growing camp.
George Oarrum, the absconding
town marshal of Wlnslow, who was
located and arrested on Salt river,
tliis county, by Bill MclJUntock, a
cow boy deputized to get him, Is now
behind the bars in the Ilolbrook jail.
L'arrum embezzled i'SM belonging to
the Winslovv town government. On
August 12 Carruni waived examina
tion before Judge Maliouey on the
chaige of embezzlement and was
bound over to the district court in
the sum of $1,000. In default of ball
Carruni was placed In Jail.
For tine conlectlons go to tlie Kaudy
Hot iv ml cold bucks at TovtleV bar
The choicest oranges, apples, lemons
and nuts at II. II. Pratt's.
Residence phone, "No. GO," Globe
Draught beer always on tup ut L. 0.
Cauliflower, cabbage, onions, car
rots and chill at Pratt's.
Paints, oils. Cigars, Tobaccos, at
Globe Di ug Store'.
Dr. Mosher makes the new alluml
num lined rubber plates for artillclal
Go to Pratt's for line fruits and confections.
Notice Everything lu the furniture
Hue at bed rock prices ut
0. W. Tillman '.
Dr. McArtlinr, resident dentist,
next door to the Si lvku Bi:lt. open
For medicinal purposes, Cyrus .Noble
whisky is tlie best L. C. Woods,
For rout to rexpousiblo parties, two
mee, cool rooms, opposite- the Kiuney
Uoueo. Apply jo Wm. Zimmerman.
After September 1st, we wllldlseon
tiuuc givinir away premiums. All
outstanding coupons for same will be
redeemed In merchandise at our store.
Old Do.minion Commuiicial Co.
Fok Salk One White Sewing ma
chine, with full set of attachments,
all in good order, only f 10
Inquire of Mrs. II. F. Bluvins.
'Best" is a new brand In this mar
ket and Is properly named "Best." If
you want a good Hour ask for "Best"
Manufactured by Lay ton, Aired ifcOo,
Thatcher. A. T.
For dry Koodt), gonts furnishing
goods, STAR brand of SHOES,
crockory, fancy groceries and nny
thing you want go to
Donlora and Jobbers in gon. mdso.
0. 0. Buuk, Beirne, Ark , eay: I
vun troubled with constipation until I
bought DoWitt'it Little Early Biserc.
Since then I have been entirely cured
of my old complaint. I recommend
them. Globe Drug Store, Roberts Sc
In tlie Probate Court ol the County
of Gila, Territory of Arizona,
Notice Is hereby given that Philip
Oatcs, guardian of the estate or Ethie
Nlnis, minor, having tiled in this
cOurt, his lirat annual account of his
administration of the estate of Ethic
Nlnis, minor, the hearing of the same
has been lixod by said court forSatur
day, the 24 th day of August, 1001, at
10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day,
at the court room thereof, at Globe,
In the county of Gila; and all persons
Interested In said estato arc notified
then and there to appear and show
cause, if any there be, why the said
account should not be allowed and
Dated August 15, 1901.
2t P. C. RoMEitTfeON, Clerk.
In the Probate Court of the County
of Gila and Territory of Arizona:
In the matter of the estate of Lewis
Robinson, deceased Order to show
,'causo why an order for optional
bond should not be given:
Upon reading and tiling' the petition
of Jacob Suter. administrator of tlie
estate of Lewis Robinson, deceased,
praying that he be aut'iorlzed, em
powered and directed to execute an
optional bond on a certain mining
claim belonging to said estate which
Is described as follows towit: The Fu
ture Copper Mining claim situated In
Globe mining district, Gila county,
Territory of Arizona, and adjoining
ths McCoy grotiD of iuIiich, location
notice in name of Lewis Robinson and
August Piper, recoid of mines at
pages .11(1 and 317, book 3, In the re
corder's otllce, Gila county, Territory
It Is ordered that all persons inter
ested in said estated appear before
the above entitled court on the 30th
day of August, A. D., 1001, at the
hour of ten o'clock, a. in., at tho court
room of said court to show cause, if
any they can, why said petition should
not be granted, and the clerk is in
structed to cause notice of hearing of
the same to bo publlsed according to
Dated August 12, 1801.
3t P, O. Robkbtbox, Probate Judge.
Union Federation Cigars at the
Gloijk Dnua Stoiik.
Buy the fieslicst, purest and best
candies made every week at the
Great reductions In Dimities, Lawns
Swisses and all summer goods, at Old
The Los Angeles Auction company
will close out the balnuce of their
goodH ut cost. Some good thing Are
btill on haud.
James White, BryantHville, hid.,
buys DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve ln-nli-d
ruuiiing sores on both legs. He Imd
suffered six yeius. Doctors failed to
help him. Get DeWittV Accept no
imitations. Globe Drug Sturu, Rob
erts A- Petercou.
In the Probate Court of the County
Gila, Teirltory of Arizona.
Notice Is hereby given that R. C.
Baker, having filed in this court his
petition praying for letters of admin
istration of the estate of John II
Baker, Jim., deceased, the hearing of
the same has been fixed by said court
for Friday, the .'iOtli da) of August,
11)01, at ten o'clock lu the forenoon of
said day, at the courtroom thereof, at
Globe, in tlie county of Gila; and all
persons Interested in said estate are
notified then and there to appear and
sliowTiTause, if any theie be, why tlie
said petition should not bo granted,
Dated August 10. 1001.
2t P. C. Bojii:mON, Clerk
Notice for Publication.
lluuioteail Entry No. 3. 711.
Department of llie Interior.
Land Office al Tucson. Arizona.
Auk. 15. IIH
Notlue U hereby vrlven thai lUo following
naiucd kettlur lias died nutlce ol bis Iniruthm
to inulie tlual jiroof In buppurl of liU claim and
that said proof will lie made before tbe clerk
ot tbc district court at (.'lobe. Ariiouii ou
Wednesday, Octobers, iimi. lv
lJluard i: Horrell, of Ulobe, ArUoua. for tbc
N K U, SOC SI, T 1 N K I K
O Si S H II k M
He names tbe following wimewte to piove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, ilz.
Mortimer J. MoLane, James r' Gerald
Thomas A I'ascoo and Allnn O Mcl.ane. allot
MlI.TON It JIoohk Kcirtsler.
Kl at publication Au,; ii, IV I.
In the l'robaic Court of tbe comity of Olla
Territory of Arizona
lu the matter ot tbe estate of T K. Ktuetmri.
deceased Order to sbnvr eau-e why an- op
donal bond should not be Viten
Upon teadinif nnd filing the petition of Wll
Ham Itolllnir administrator uf tbe eilaleot T
K. Hlnebart, deceased, prajln that be be
authorized, empowered nnd directed lo exe
cute an optional bond on certain mlnliiK claim
belonging to nald estate which a'e described
as follows ton It: One-half )nter-t in the
Great Kntcrn. the notice ol location thereof
being recorded In the ofnceuf the county re
voider of Gllu county termor) of Arizona, ai
pare 17 book it, recoid of mines, all of the J)l
crlte minim; claim, the notice' or location
thereof belnc recorded In the offlueoribi,
county recorder of Uila count) territory of
.Vriona, at pascftl, book . riworil of mlutp
tbe Ontario minim; claim the notice of Io-a
tlon thereof being recorded In tbe nfflcA
tbe county recorder of Gila county. Arteon
territory, nt pat's SIC, liook S record of mines
the Llmostono mlninc claim the notice of
cation thereof buintc recorded In the oMee f
the county recorder of Cite county at pun
30 Iwiok", record of mines; and the 'eU
mlnlnu claim, the notice of location Hin-of
not tielnif recorded In the office of ihe co uitv
recorder a more neenru a description c "ot
be Klicn except It Is u fractional claim n id
bcloiiKlnir to the foreuolne Kroup of nJnlnir
It is ordered that all perwins lutere-icd In
s ild estate appeir before the above rniltled
court on Friday Augusta lis) at the imiro'
loo clock, n. m at the courtroom "I said
court, to show cnue If ant they an why
said petition should not be Eranted and Ibrt.
clerk 1 instructed to ctuso notice to t'e puT3
llshed for the hearing of the same nce'ordfilvl
to law f
Dated vuirust ' 1W1 1' C liont iitws
it Judircofthel'ro ale Court
Sash aqil Poor
(ike aud Yard adjoining Baukcr's Brewery
KINSMAN & HAMPTON
A COSY RESORT
OF THE BEST QUALITY i
Centrally located on BROAD Sl
GLOBE, ARIZONA- .
We are making a BIG CLEAN-UP in the fol
lowing lines' , j
Shoes ' I
Men's and Ladies' Straw Hats
Ladies' Shirt Waists ?
FOR BARGAINS GIVE US A CALL
AS WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY
Remember We Carry Anything and Everything
E. F KELLNER
E. F. KELLNER, Jr
JOBBERS AND DEALERS IN
LUMBER CONTRACTS, f-to.
LAA1 & CO.'S TAILOR MADE SUITS
If you are in need of a fall or winter suit
it will pay you to call and inspect our ex
cellent and up-to-date line of suitings.
We can save you money, and every suit
made is GUARANTEED to give satis
faction or your HONEY REFUNDED.
-. GOOD SUITS FROn $13.50 AND LP
E. F. Kellner & Co.
on Straw Hat;
There is no argu
ment in the case,
for they have ac
We will GIVE you a HAT, come in and try it on!
J. G. OLDFIELD & CO.
Clothiers and Furnishers
Globe Meat Market
I laying settled to my satisfaction, uij uut-Md
iMisliio.vs, I am now prepared lo devote all uij
tlinv to my meat market, where patrons i
receive tho careful and courteous treatment
due trt the public, and I will wholesale u4
retnll the best meatKS cash can buy, Ineludiuj
BEEF, MUTTON. FORK, TEAL and
ALL HINDS OF SAUSAGE
POULTRY. FISH, EQGS, BUTTER, CHEEBK
OYSTERS AND CAME In icnaon
Imported and Home-cured Hnma, Bacon, '
D. MURPHY, Proprietor
Broad Street, GLOBE, ARIZONA
MEALS 35 CENTS
Tie Sang Restaurant
CHU QUONQ &. CO., Proprietors
'PARI P l( ADh well cooked and nicely it
iPLt; PUAKU kverythino- clean and ne.