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FORT THOMAS, ARIZ.
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I 1ULC1 tabic. Rates, including Room t
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per day - -
ImmenseSwimming Pool, Lawn Tennis, Croquet, &c.
The Gila Valley, Globe & Northern Railway will
sell excursion tickets, beginning May 1, at all
on its road to the Indian Hot Springs, on Saturday
of each week, good to return on Monday, at
one-half the regular rate, including free stage ride to
and from the hotel.
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Fori Thomas, Arizona.
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ARIZONA SILVER iSH.LT:
Afhat Has Happened in the Territory
Since Our Last
ALL KINDS OF INFORMATION.
New Business Enterprises-Good Year for the
Mm With the Hoe, and the Owner cf Live
Except the Editor Expects
to Have Money to Burn,
The snleudld gymnasium erected by
the Copper Quecu company at Illsbcc
ts Hearing completion.
The Arizona Copper company, of
Olifton, has received six new converters,
which will Increase the output of
Mayor Emmanuel, of Tombstone,
who was dofeatcd for re-election by
A. Wentworth, by two votes, has begun
D. I). McDonald, formerly of Jerome,
will soon begin the publication of a
weekly newspaper at Prescott, to bo
called the Herald.
An additional force of 150 nioti has
been put on construction work on the
Phoenix & Eastern railroad, which is
bolng rapidly pushed toward Tompc.
The Shannon Copper company's 500-ton
concentrator at Clifton Is ncarlng
completion. The first 250-ton section
1b expected to be in operation early In
Clias. E. Fredericks', an of
Tomostono, and prominent Mason,
died on November 11. He was numbered
among the early Hassayampers
and was known by nearly all of the old-timers
from all parU of the territory.
Through the Intercessions of II. U.
Bru, of the bank, the Western Union
Telegraph company has established
an ollice at Thatcher. The ofllce is located
In the bank building and the
business will be conducted by Mr. Bru.
The Mexican customs inspectors are
rigidly enforcing the new custom law
at the Nogales port of entry. Tboy
play no favorites, and all who cross
from the Amorioan side with dutiable
stuff, no matter how little, must pay-duty.
Very heavy shipments of cattle arc
being made from Willcox, owing to
the scarcity of feed in that
Shipments will aggregate 20,000 head,
and most of them hae been purchased
by the Kern County Land com
pany, or uunornia.
The steel frame-work on tlio Coppor
Queen smelter is well under way, and
may be seen from town. The work Is
now practically complete on the
and sawmill. This industry will
begin work as soon as power is
The sessions of the senatorial statehood
committee arc secret. They listen
to about twenty witnesses a day,
and everything is taken down, there
being two stenographers in attendance
on tho committee. In Now Mexico
they have to use an interpreter. When
they reach Arizona they can dispense
with an interpreter.
The Miner Btates that the salo of
lots in the new South Bisbce Unvnsite
will begin about the iirst of the year.
The Bisbce West company has just
ordered $20,000 worth of pipe with
which to pipe water to the new town-site.
In the meantime the 200 acres
will be platted and cut up into lots.
"This," adds tho Miner, "will be tho
beginning of Greater Bisbce and will
start us on to that 2.'.,000 population
Sam l'oppoyich, an oiler at the Copper
Queen smelter, was killed and his
body horribly mangled in the machinery,
last Friday morning. The jumper
he wore caught In a belt and drew
him Into the rapidly revolving wheels.
Both legs below the knees were torn
off and nearly every bono in the man's
body was broken. Poppovich was a
foreigner and leaves a wife and three
children and an aged mother in the
The new Southern Pacific script
book sold to traveling men by the
Southern Pad tic company, would Indicate
that tint system has pretty
thoroughly absorbed tho G. V., G. &
N. and several ether small lines In Arizona.
A permanent agreement has
evidently been arrived at between tho
company and the leading mines at
Globe, whereby the Globe people can
resume extens vc operations at a pr
U Bisbce Be flew.
The Era is informed on tho very best
of authority thit tho Coronado Copper
company, that recently took over "the
McLean group of claims on the Coronado
inountalu, r.ear Motcalf.aro meeting
with most substantial encouragement
in their deiclopmcnt work, and
has uncovered an eight-foot vein of 15
per cent sulphldt ore, which is a strike
of no small Importance, even in tills
NOVEMBER 20, 191U
district of large bodies of rich ore.
The company has paid for their claims
and are pushing development work In
several places. Copper Era.
An enterprise of no small importance
is about to be undertaken at
Groatcrvlllc. The camp now has about
sixty men at work on the extensive
placer ticids, but operations liaobccn
hampered by lack of water. The company
is now considering plans for an
enormous dam In one of the numerous
canyons noar their workings. The
construction of tills storage dam will
cost in the neighborhood of $250,000.
It would furnish an abundaucc of water
for the diggings, and would undoubtedly
make Greatcrvllle a big
camp. Tucson Citizen.
The Southern Pacltic will build to
Douglas. This is now an assured fact,
and within twelve months we will
hear the whistle of an "Espeo"cnglne
within the limits of Douglas. Four
surveys have- already been made, the
Inst party coining into Douglas lets
Hi an ten days ago. In the last
outfit thorn were about ten in
the party, who spent some time examining
the Held for depot grounds,
warehouses, roundhouse and other
buildings. This will add anothor feature
to Douglas and make it one of
the greatest railroad centers In southern
Mr. Herbert Brown, formerly
the penitentiary at Yuma,
was among those who attended the
grand lodge of the Masons, lie returned
to Arizona a week ago from an
extended trip through the east. Mr.
Brown is an old-time Arizouan and has
been prominently associated with
many enterprises in the territory. For
a long time lie was In the newspaper
Hold, and was for years proprietor of
the Tucson Citizen. He left this
morning for San Francisco on a short
business trip. In a few weeks he will
return and assume the management
of the Gandolfo hotel at Yuma, and
will also open a real estate otlicc in
that city. Phoenix Gazette.
MORE GOLD AT CONGRESS
Important Discoveries of the Yellow Metal
Adjacent to the Congress Mine.
In holdings adjacent to the Congress
mine, which is the greatest gold mine
in the territory, rich veins have just
been discovered which havo created
the most intense excltcmont in mining
Prominent New York men, among
whom are S. P. Hooker, O. F. Woodward
and C. N. Kecney, of LeRoy, N.
Y., recently associated themselves to
develop what Is known as the Senate
property, adjacent to tho Congress
The ground was avoided by the Congress
Gold company, which regarded
tho formation as barren. Tho New-York
men havo overturned oxpert
predictions, and at the baso of a 400-
foot shaft, located within 700 feet of
the Congress shaft, have exposed four
ledgos running In the same regular
trend as the Congress veins and bear
lug permanent deposits of ore as rich
as that displayed In the big mine at
the 3,200-root level. Exports fresh
from tho scene of the new striko
that the veins promise to outstrip
in extent those of the Congress
The Congress company has recently
been very anxious to secure control of
all adjoining ground which appears to
bo mineralized. About a year ago It
expended large sums of money in buying
adioining mineral ground which It
had overlooked, and upon one or two
of theso claims shafts have been sunk
into the richest ledges of tho gold
mine Los Angeles Herald.
It is a f.ict proved by drinking statistics
that America is becoming more
temperate, but the best authorities
do nut attribute tho improvement to
the cllects of legal penalties. Hard
drinkers are no longer countenanced
by dcslrabls society. This Is one reformatory
force, and a stronger one
yet Is the increasing demand In many
lines of business for men who aro
and reliable New York
A serum which, it is declared, will
combat scarlet fovor, has been discovered
by Dr. O. A. Charlton, Rockefeller
fellow of pathology in tho medical
faculty of McGill university. Tests
which have been made with tho serum
indicate that the Importance of Its
discovery is as great as that of antitoxin
iu diphtheria cases.
How's Its Chance.
It is now claimed for Christian Science
that it can enre bad temper as
well as disease. It would have a good
chance to provo ite claim these
times. Baltimore American.
Cured of Piles After Fort Years.
Mr. O. Hauoy, of Geuova, Ohio, had
tho piles for forty years. Doctors and
dollars could do him no lasting good.
DoWitt's Witch Hazol Salvo cured him
permanently. Invaluablo for cuts,
burns, bruises, sprains, lacerations, eczema,
totter, salt rheum, and all other
skin diseases. Look for the name
DoWitt on tho packogo all others aro
oheap, worthless counterfeits. Glcbo
Drug Store, E. J. Kohnrts.
From a Pastor
"I am the pastor of the Baptist Church at
l'ort JcrvN, X Y.. and Mmietimcs am called
upon to taUc part In evangelistic work away
from home, Jot long
ago I went to Sandy
Creek, N. Y., which ii
swept by the damp
winds from Lake Ontario.
Here I contracted
a bad cough, and be.
came to hoarse that
preach to my
ifb congregation. It was not only
distressing In a
enter the pulpit
in this condition.
heard of Ack.
rr's English Remedy and, after tcrvicc, I
houghtnbottlcund began takinglt. Thcr.cxt
night my throat w as nearly w ell, and I
my without difllculty. In a few
cl.i j a 1 u as thoroughly cure d. I conceive it to
ni) duty to benefit mankind physically as
well as spiritually wlnncvcr I can, and am
gl.id to write these words In praise of this
im"id old medicine. Thoc with tuiMtivc
certainly take Acker's English Itemed)."
(Signed) J!ev. 1'zrtv Thiky Simord.
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For Sale by II. O. Hitchcock, Globe.
SOCIETIES. LODGES ETC.
F. & A. M.
Regular meetings of White
Mountain Lodge, No. 3, for
the year 1902: January 23,
February 27, March 27, April
24, May 22, June 28, July 24,
August 21, September 18
October 23, November 20, Decern.'
bei 18. Li. U. SLOAN, W. M.
A. II. Moieehead. Secretary.
Clobe Chapter-No. 7, R. A. M.
Regular Convocations of
GlobeChapter, No. 7, R. A. M.,
fourth Friday evening In
each monthjfrom May to October,
8 p. m., from October to
May, 7:30 p. m. Visiting companions
J. II. Pabcoe, II. P.
H. MoiiKiiEAD. Secy.
B P. O. E.
Globo Lodge, No. 4S9,
B. P. O. E;, meet on the
First and Third Fridays
in each month in Odd
Fellows Hall. Visiting
Elks aro cordially In-
vited. J. N. Staisk. E. R,
Edwin T Stkwakt. Secretary.
Knights of Pythias.
Pinal Mountain Lodge,
No. 11. Regular meetings
every Tuesday at Masonic
ifslJOaMf i nan. All brothers in good
F standing vited. are cordially In
R. II. Ollson. O. O.
L. L. Lkonauu. K. of R. and S.
A. O. U. W.
Globe LodtroNo. 15. meets
on tho First and Third Friday
m of each monthat eight
o'clock p. m. in Miners'
B Union Hall. Visiting brothers
vy In good standing aro
cordially Invited to attend.
W. M. Lewis. M. W
L. N. Marx. Recorder.
TTo. o. f,
Rescue Lodge, No.
12, meets on every
Visiting brothers aro
A. W. MlUDLETON, N. U.
M. CukNi'tt, Socretarv.
Olllcc Hcrron Building, first house
cast of Court House,
Gloiie, - - - AltlZONA.
Ccorge Walter Shute
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Special attention given to collections.
Office in the Butler building
OI.OBE, - - ARIZONA
Fire Insurance In Leading Companies
Policies Carefully Written and Losses
A gcnl Jlulro) Life Jrs Co of New York
Money Loaned on Life Insurance Policies.
W. D. FISK, Globo, Ariz.
W, M Clay roof S. U. CiATroou
Claypool & Claypool,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Orders loft at drug store will receive prompt
Ceo. J. Stoneman
Office next to tho Sultan Mercantile Co ,
J. s Sniffen-
Will practice In all the courts of the Tcrrl
tory and the Supreme Court of the
GLOBE. ARIZO A.
Mills Van Wagenen
Ofllce at Residence Globk, Akiz.
L. F. Eggers
AtTOBNEY AND OoDNSEIiOR AT LAW
tarPractlce In aU Courts.
NOTARY PUBLIC Office opposite the Sll.
Broad street ownnt, Arizona
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Arizona Silver Belt, Jos. II. Hsmii.... 23
lieer agency 13
Armstrong, W. T, residence..... 31
Allison, G. M., residence 67
liutlcr, Ben, railroad agent, residence.... 03
I5oardinn, Sydney, residence, 3 ring.... 03
ISnggs, Mrs, G. F residence 10
Hanker, Chan,, W. J. Letup's brewery..,. 4
Hrookner, W. W. & Co 6
lirookner, W. V., residence, three rings.. 6
Bonne, Max 0 meat market 15
Bohse, G., residence 35
Bank of Globe, J. NM'orter, president.... 0
Berray, N. S., residence, four rings 62
Casey s Restaurant 29
Claypeol, Dr. S. B. office and residence.. 8
Court Bouse, Sheriff's otlice 5
Central Meat Market 15
County Recorder's office 72
Carrico, C. C, residence 03
l!dvards, K. J., residence 32
Kdtrards, A. It., residence 10
Kox.Dr.B. G., office 02
Fox, Dr. Ii. G., residence, three- rings... 02
Fashion Saloon, MartChecr, prop, 2 rings 49
Kisk, W, D.. residence. 68
Globe Ice Works, A. Kinney, manager.. 1
Globe Meat Market, D. Murphy, prop'r.. 38
Globe Water Work 05
Globe Brewery k Bottling works 4
G. V., G, k I. ItailwayCompany.depot.. 20
Globe Lumber Oomnanv. two 'nhones... 21
Globe Commercial company , 22
Globe Drug Store, Roberts & I'eterson. ... 00
Globe Drug Store residence, three rings. . . 00
Glole Steam Laundry, G. ISohse 35
Gray's warehouse. It. K. Gray 33
Glooe Public School 41
Gilson's Wells 73
Jackson, B.C., blacksmith tho 51
Hoar, Fred W.. residence 39
Hoar, Fred 68
Hunt, G. W.P.,0. 1). Commer'l Company 2
Heron, D. S., residence, two rings 31
Hitchcock, H. C Drugstore jj'J
Hayes, W. O. Residence 35
Jones, K. L, (Undertaking Parlors) 57
Jones, F. .., (Residence) three rings 57
Kellner, Krnest F. .Tr, residence 69
Kellner, K. F., i Co 9
Keegan.J. J., saloon IS
Keegan, Mrs. J. J 55
Kellner, W, O., residence 20
Lady, 1'. B news depot, fruits, etc 43
Lemp's Beeragencv 4
Martin. C. T., office 72
Middleton.Da is Hardware Company.... 48
Mitchell's saloon, 3 lings 12
Murphy, D, residence, three rings 38
Morello, Barney, two rings 4
Mesdames Deane Kinp, Kinnev House.. 71
Morehead, J If, fruits and fancy groceries 70
Maischaml Holt, Drs. office 40
McNelly W. T.,saloon 11
McNelly, Mr. W. T. 3
Mountain View House, 3 rings 27
McDonough, J. N., office 13
McDonough, J. N. residence 60
Middleton Allison, News Depot 37
Morehead, A. H., residence 54
Mrs. Mitchell, two rings 12
New Electric Light Co.,Cttee& James.. 16
Nesbitt, Chas., Bank Exchange 47
Nesbitt, Chas., residence 45
Needham. H. If., residence 14
Owl Saloon Rolling, Rogers i. Co 40
Oldfield, J. G., store 2 rings; res. 3 rings SO
Old Dominion Commercial company 2
O. K Corral, Ike Louthian, prop'r 25
O. D. Copper Company 08
l'asual Nigro Restaurant 04
l'inal Water Company Town office.... 72
Pratt, II II., fruits ami vegetables 61
Pioneer Meat Market, Wm. Sidow 7
Thompson & Barclay's Lhery Stable 7
l'ostoffice, G. M. Allison, postmaster. . . . 37
Reynolds A. Scott, two rings 27
Rjan, Wm., dairy, three rings 53
Roberts: E. J., residence, 3 rings CO
Ranlings, W F justice of the peace4 rings 27
Rice Wm. O. Tuttle's store, six rings.. 73
Rice Indian school, seven rings 73
han Carlos liailroaustation. he rings.. iJ
San Carlos Indian Agent 73
San Carlos Kellner's store 73
Sayler, S. C, residence 6
Sultan Bros., ge eral merchandise store.. 24
Sidow, William n Co 7
Sotel. Wade, saloon, three rings 49
The Cafe Royal, L man T. Woods 19
Trojanowch, A., resilience CG
Trojanowch, A., office 21
Thomas, llinson. 4 rings 12
The Champion Saloon, W. T. McNelly.. 11
The Smelter Saloon, ihree rings 12
Taylor, C. E., residence 63
Tie Sang Restaurant 2S
United Globe Mine, office, three rings.... 62
1'nited Globe Mine, simply houe, 2 rings 52
Van Wagenen, G. S., Globe LViuor store. 74
Van Wapnen, O. S residence, 3 rings. . . 74
Wightman, Dr. L. E., residence and office 4i
Williams, II. J. county recorder 72
Western Union Telegraph office 37
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s express otlice 20
Woods, Lvman, reMdence M
Whalley, Wm.. residence 41
RULES AND TERMS.
HOURS OF SERVICE For the present the
time of service wUl be 1440 minutes of the 24
hours, the force taking a full bolkUv on the
29th of February. Ofllce hours, from 7 a. m.
till 10 p. m., alter 10 p. m. the night bell wlU be
adjusted so that urgent calls on business or
sickness will be responded to by the "central,"
Sundays, oicn until 8 p. m., and closed from
that hour" until 6 a. m. on Mondays. These
boursof service (practically contlnuous,exccrt
on Sunday nights;, ure something unusualln
smaU telephone systems without extra charges.
We are here to serve our patrons In the best
TiatMS TO SUBSCRIHERS To all" business
houses, IS per month: residences, within a reasonable
distance of the central office, t ' 50 per
month. AfceofJIOls charged for placing
each 'phone. For the present, and until the
town Is thoroughly "wired" urgent
messages will be delivered for subscribers
within the town llmltR free to subscribers. Use
of 'phone In town to non subscribers. 0 cts.;
out of town to non subscribers. 23 cts.
When you go to Phoenix
Th old reliable Hotel
Newly furnished, and Up-to-date
GEO. H. N. LUHRS,
Daily Stage Line !
Leaves Solomonvlllc 11:00 a. ui.
Arrives at Coronado 5:00 p. '
Leaves Coronado 9:30 a. ir.
Arrives at Solomonvlllc 2:45 p. ni.
Connecting every day with A. & N
M. railroad at Coronado.
Liberal amount of baggage frci.
Best stage road and best equipped line
In Arizona. Special rates for theatr
rlcal troupes. Livery In connection.
NOAH GREEN & SON,