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i & 1,-fl' i DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Wednesday, Feb, 20, 19Q7 Page Six S?f t tjii WHY DON'T YOU IF YOU WERE BUYING A TOWN LOT AND HOUSE, YOU WOULD HIRE A LAWYER TO SEE TO IT THAT THE TITLE WAS CLEAR AND THAT THE DEEDS WERE PRO PERLY EXECUTED. WHY DO YOU DO THOS? BECAUSE YOU WANT TO GUARD AGAINST THE POSSIBILITY OF LOSS. WHY DON'T YOU SEE TO IT THAT YOUR INSURANCE POLICY IS WRIT TEN IN A RELIABLE COMPANY? WHY DON'T YOU SEE TO IT THAT YOUR INSURANCE POLICY IS WRITTEN BY AGENTS WHO UNDERSTAND THEIR BUSINESS? WHY DON'T YOU USE THE SAME PRECAUTION IN INSURANCE THAT YOU DO IN YOUR OTHER BUSINESS DEALINGS? DO YOU KNOW WHAT COMPANY YOU ARE INSURED IN. DO YOU KNOW WHETHER YOUR POLICY IS WRITTEN RIGHT OR WRONG? DO YOU KNOW THAT MANY POLICIES OF INSURANCE ARE VOID BECAUSE OF THE IGNORANCE OF THE AGENT WHO WRITES THEM? YOU SHOULD KNOW IT, BECAUSE IT IS TO YOUR IN TEREST TO KNOW. INSURANCE THAT DON'T INSURE IS NO INSURANCE DIVISION WILL M PHILUPSON & HAGEN Office hours: 8 a. m., to 6 p. m., 7. p. m. to 8 p. m. OFFICE, Over Postoffice, Globe, Arizona MM GLOBE SIGHTS AND SILVER BELTLETS Current News of Busy Globo Told in Brevities 0. A. Houcks returned to Port Thom as yesterday. Mrs. Sadie Hawthorne loft yesterday morning for Bowie. F. Charnarson left yesterday for a visit to Thatcher. W. E. Pierce, representing tho Hel mas Manufacturing company of Kan- Frnng McCollum will go to Saft'ord this morning for a visit with his mother. Frank A. Peters of tho Steward-Da-vies Shoe company of Los Angeles left Globe yesterday for Saflord. W. E. Knight has gone to Los An geles for a short visit with friends there. A. Wilson of the Cliiricaliua Cattle company of San Carlos took tho train for Rice yesterday morning. J. L. McCalley, representing the Na tional Supply company of Los Angeles, loft here yesterday for Clifton. J. M. MacPherson has gone to tho San Carlos strip to look at the IJritt Copper company's mine. Joseph Fuchs, in town on mining business, has returned to Solomonville. sas City, left Globo yesterday for Tuc son. Mrs. F. Gray, who hns been visiting at B. F. Gray's ranch near here, left yesterdav morning for her home at Suf ford. ' If. L. Eastman went on to Clifton yesterday. Ho is selling ladies' and children's shoes for Mahoncy Brothers of Rochester. C. C. Chapin, head of tho Troy-Manhattan company, arrived in tho city from Troy yesterday to spend a few days on mining business. E. W. Yates has been called by his father's serious illness to Xeosha, Mo. Mr. Yates is a popular young Salesman at the Old Dominion store. J. M. Foster says ho is selling great quantities of hay, grain, (lour and oggs in Globe. Ho returned yesterday from here to his Cyclone store at SniTofil. K. G. Caldwell went on to SatTord yesterday. Mr. Caldwell is traveling for the Rep-Brownstonc company of Imh Angeles and sold several pairs of Stronghold overalls while in Globe. William Johns, who has been hero the past thre'e days on business, roturned to Thatcher yesterday. Mr. Johns is one of Aii.onn's pioneers, coming across the plains in the early '70 's. J. II. P. Mason, travelling passenger agent for the Washington-Sunset route, is in the city from Los Angeles to get an idea of -what tho best mining camp in the southwest looks like. Ho will remain$here several days. Laughing Dan Pinched Dan Mooro, known as "Laughing Dan," was drunk on Broad street Mon day nml paid n fine of $7 to Justice Thomas. Try Dexter Bourbon if you want something extra fine; splendid for med iiunal purposes mid as pure a brand as can be had any whore. Baukors' Gar-dcu. Notice of Annual Mooting The annual meeting of tho Arizona National Copper company, which was announced to bo hold Februnry 11, 1007, at 2 o'clock p. m., at the Dominion ho tel, Globe, Ariz., has bcon postponed till March 11, 1907, at tho same hour and place. T. M. B. HICKS, President. Colorado Jurist Here Judge John I. Mullins, ono of tho most prominent jurists of Colorado, ar rived in the city last evening for the purposo of looking over some mining property in which ho may becomo inter ested. Judge Mullins is ono of the best known political leaders in Colorado, he having taken an important part in the Democratic politics of that state. He recently rotired from the district bench. To Help Pass Bills J. S. Miles leaves this morning for Phoonix, where he will try to get in some good work favoring tho passage of the three-cent faro and the railroad commission bills. Mr. Miles will repre sent h largo number of the business men of Globe, nt whoso expense he goes to the capital to assist Councilman Hunt mid Assemblyman McCormick of this county in securing the passage of theso two bills, which both favor. Prominent Citizens of Graham County Go to Capital to Protest Against tho Proposed Division of tho County. Bon M. Clnrk, county trensuror; George A. Olney, chairman of tho board of supervisors; A. A. Anderson, shorilT, and Frank Dysait, a wealthy cattleman, all of Giaham county, tuo in Phoonix, their purposo being to op pose tho bill soon to bo introduced in tho legislature dividing Graham county. In conversation with a roportor, Mr. Clark, as spokesman, said: "Graham now has taxable property vnlued at $0,500,000, and the county is beginning an era of prosperity. The tax levy is being reduced annually, every obligation of tho county is being mot, a nil a division of tho county at this time means tho disturbing of every element that is tending to niiiko the county prosperous. "Tho dividing line, as demnnded by Henry Hill and his following, who de sire to have tho county .sent nt Clifton, would plnco all the mines and a largo portion of tho railroads in ono county and the rgricultural portion of Graham county in tho othor. Both counties would bo impoverished by tho division, mid no $mo would be benefited except a few diiappointctl politicians and men having iicro property to sell to tho now county for a courthouse Hito, etc." Mr. Chirk 's opinions aro indorsed by his associates, Shorifr Anderson, Super visor Olmy and Cattleman Dysart. Theso riien aro in lino to oppose tho division and a large majority of the people of Graham county, thoy assort, are opposod to it. They expect tho bill to como up nt an early date, and aro horo ',o defeat it, if possible. Grahaiii and Cochiso are twin coun ties; both wore born nt tho same hour, and both wero carved from tho loins of old Pima. Tho legislature of 1881 brought them both into existence. George H. Stevens, "Lillie Stove," ns he was familiarly called, was tho father of Graham count, while the Into B. A. Fickas oi Maricopa county, thon a resident oi' Tombstone, led the hosts in tho interest of Cochise. Many fierce struggles havo bcon in dulged in, in fruitless efforts to divide Cochise and Graham counties, more particularly Cochise. The people of Willcox made several attempts to divido Cochise, buV now, when Bisbeo and Douglas havft grown to such largo pro portions, Wilcox could easily secure county division by asking, but thoy aro careful not to iwk. The contest will soon be on and it looks like it would be a fierce one. COPPER METAL MARKET By Associated Press. NEW YORK, February 10. Copper was unchanged to 2s 0d lower in London, with spot showing a loss nnd quoted nt 107 10s. Futures closed at 108 17s Od. Locnlly tho market was firm, with Lake quoted nt 25.00 to 25.25; Electrolytic, 24.75 to 25.00; Casting, 24.25 to 21.75. Lead was unchanged at 19 10s in London nnd 0.00 to C.30 in Now York. Spolter, 2s Cd lower in London nt 20 and unchanged at 0.80 to C.90 in New York. Iron locally unchanged. Bar silver, 08. Mexican dollars, 53'J. FIRE AT ROUNDHOUSE EARLY THIS MORNING Oil in an engine in the temporary roundhouse in the G. V. 0. & N. yards became ignited this morning shortly be fore 4 o'clock and an alarm turned in. Tho firo was extinguished without much trouble. Stole Horso and Saddlo Tuesday night, some timo between 7 nnd 10 o'clock, a horso and saddlo were stolen from near B shaft of the Old Dominion mine. The horso was tied to a mesquito bush near tho shaft and tho saddle lay near by. Tho animal is highly prized by its owner, H. A. Gordon. Sewing machines for ront or sale at Singer store in Trust building, next to telegraph office. m Notice Notice is hereby given that tho Dog License for the fiscal year 1907 is now due and payable and same can bo paid and tags received from R. G. GOODWIN, m Streot Commissioner. Will Repeat Homo Talent Tho home talent show which was played at Dreamland on tho 18th will be repented on Thursday, the 21st. There will be a grand mnsquerado on Washington's birthday, when four prizes will bo distributed. Best dressed lady, $4. Best dressed gentleman, $4. Best sustained lady character, $2. Best sustained gentleman character, This will be tho last dance for two or threo weeks. There will bo skating tho last five days of this month, shows tho first part of March. Onco Ron for Congress Robert E. Morrison, district attorney for Yavapai county, is in the city on business for tho Mitchell Mining com pany, for which ho has bpon general I'ounsol since its organization. This is Mr. Morrison's first visit to Globo sinco ho ran for dolegato to congress on tho Republican ticket four years ago. Ho is still as much of a power in Arizona politics ns a Republican can be and at tho last Republican convention at Bis beo he was chairman. Ho could havo been tho candidate for dolegl.to, had iio chosen, but onco was enough for Bob. . Test Oath, Bill Posses By Associated Press. BOISE, Idaho, February 19. In tho house today tho test oath bill was pass ed by a vote of 41 to 5. The voto was notable in that seven Mormons voted for the measure and five against it. It covers all the constitutional qualifica tions for suffrage. B mm Schmitz Goes Home By Associated Press. WASHINGTON, February 10. May or Schmitz of San Francisco left here tonight for home. Most of the members of the school bonrd departed earlier in the day. m m Now Sub-Treasurer By Associated Press. WASHINGTON, February 19. Tho president sent to tho senate today tho nomination of Hamilton Fish of New York to assistant treasurer of the Unit ed States at New York. Try Dexter Bourbon if you want somothing extra fine; splendid for med icinal purposes and as puro a brand as can bo had anywhere. Bankers' Garden. GEO. J. STONEMAN Attorney At Law Office in the Butler Building GLOBE, - - ARIZONA ARIZONA STEAM LAUNDRY THE DIME THEATRE At the Academy Latest Illustrated Songs and Most Up-to-Date Moving Pictures on the Chicago Film Circuit A good clean entertainment for all, both young and old. 2 performances every even ing excep Sunday, at 7:30 and 8:30 p. m. GENERAL ADMISSION 10c Call once and you call again. Assayer and Chemist H. E. BIERCE Globe, Arizona Agent for DEMING SMELTER Pioneer Dairy Anderson & Blake Fresh Cream and Bu ter milk in any quantity, and always on hand DAIRY, EAST GLOBE Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co. 9 Capital and Surplus, $100,000 DIRECTORS L. D. RlCKETTS D. W. WlCKERSHAM T. A. pASrnr A. T. Thomson H. S. VanGorder oe C. E. Mills C. A. Kennedy Ph. FREUDENTn.t I. E. Solomon ,al All classes of accounts Invited Foreign exchange at lowest rata W. S. SULTAN H. T. WAYNE Deputy U. S. Mineral Surrejo, SULTAN & WAYNE MINING ENGINEERS SURVEYS, ASSAYS, ESTIMATES, REPORTS Opposite P. 0., Globe GLOBE COMER 1 COMPANY SPECIAL SHIPMENT Star Hams and Bacon Simon Pure Lard Better than the Usual Kind Ask for free sample of "DULCE DE AROZ" Phone 221 Railroad Addition Lots for Sale $25.00 down, balance $12.50 per month buys a nice level lot 50x100, in Railroad Addition, street and alleys. Now is the time for you to take advantage of the best oppor tunity offered in Greater Globe. HOUSES SOLD ON INSTALLMENTS. LOTS FOR SALE IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. We buy, rent, trade, sell, improved and unimproved property. Lodging houses, boarding houses, restaurants and business chances. OUR DEALS ARE STRAIGHT, OUR BARGAINS GOOD. Home Investment Company After a Long Separation After n separation of fourteen years Alexander Mclnnes, who camo hero a few days ago from San Francisc?, is a guest of his sistor, Mrs. Sinclaii1, who resides on Hill streot. Mr. Mclnnes and his sister separated in Canada when thoir parents died fourteen y,ara ago, when tho lattor was 8 yearsold, and in spito of tho years which had passed Mr. Mclnnes recognized hU sisterjJon tho street Monday. Ho knii'w that his sister was in this section of tie country, but owing to her marriage 't wss im possible to find her except b.rar acci dental meeting, which happily-occurred after a fow days' search. They havo another brother who is mining in tho Superior district. Dominion Hotel Finest Hostelry in the Southwest 80 Rooms-All Modern Conven iences and the Best of Service. Dominion Hotel Arrivals C. C. Cliapin, Troy; Lance H. Smith, San Francisco; Robert E. Morrison, Prescott; John J. Mullens, Denver; J. H. P. Mason, Los Angeles. Kinney Hotel Arrivals W. II. Bcrtcaux, Santa Fc, N. M.; Al bert Penny. Los Ancolos: F. Serz. HI Paso; II. Pratt, El Paso; E. M. White,' .Denver; William II. Oates, Springfield, III.; J. A. Connpll, Springfield, 111. " B- - - Po3tofflce at Black Warrior Application for a postoufce to bo es tablished at Black Warrior has been granted by tho department and E. M. White nppointed postmaster. Mr. White has sent in his bond nnd ns soon as ap proved by tho department tho office will bcTfjponed. Service will be daily except Sunday. BARCLAY, HIGDON & CO. Single and Double Teams Saddle Horses Hay, Grain & Coal A Specialty made of Fine Livery Rigs Telephone 171 Globe, Arizona KORN KINKS There is no Breakfast food like it. Ready to eat. 5 cents the package at your grocer. THE SOLOMON-WlCKERSHAM CO. CATERERS TO THE PUBLIC In STATIONERY WALL PAPER PAINTS, OILS GUNS, AMMUNITION CUTLERY, NOTIONS We carry a full line of Magazines and Newspapers and also recent Subscriptions Tor All Leading Publications NEXT TO POSTOFFICE G. S. VAN WAGENEN, Globe, Arizra INCORPORATED DISTRIBUTORS A Polluted Heathen Ah Him was arrested Monday night near tho Broad street bridgo by Deputy Shoriff Knighton. Tho heathen Chinee was inobriated, and yes t onlay in the justice court Judge Rawlins gave him tho alternative of $15 or fifteen days. Ah Him has the money nil right but has not as yet decided which ho pre fers. T. Santa Cmz was arrested Monday evening for vagrancy, but yesterday afternoon Justico Thomas was apprised of tho "visiblo means of support" and discharged him. NOTICE On and after March 1. 1907. tho un. derslgncd banks of Globo will closo n.t 3 o'clock excepting on Saturdays, when iney wui cioso at 1 o'clock p. m. THE GLOBE NATIONAL BANK, A. G. Smith. Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GLOBE, AlilZ., s. F. Sullenbenrer. Cashier. THE GILA VALLEY BANK AND TRUST CO.. J. M. Hurd. Asst. Cshr. Special Offerings of the KELLY REALTY CO. J- P. McNeil FOR SALE Business property on Broad street with income of $300.00 per month. Choice residence lots, $250.00 and $300.00; easy terms. Now four-room cottage in East Globo, lot 50x100, GO-foot streets and 20-foot alleys. $1,350.00, $350.00 cash, balance monthly payments. Three-room house, small lot, $800.00. Fire insurance written in tho strong est companies. Agents Provident Mutual Building- Loan Association, the company who al ways havo nuancy to help you build a home. Offices over Keegan's.. Phono 441. I ANYTHING YOU WANT! Of the quality you want, in the guantity you require, is our of fer in Meats ana Poultry. Another offer we propose is careful handling, cutting and delivery. Still another, lowest selling price the market will warrant. With such a combination, proved by years of square dealing, ought we not to nave your trade? Pioneer Meat Co. Subscribe for the Daily Silve: M J. S. SCOTT Complete line of PLUMBERS' MATERUil Always on hand North Broad st.. Just below GiliTtl ley Bank Hotel MAURI NORTH GLOBE Finest rooms in the city. Everything new, rata reasonable and special inducements offered to getting accommodation! by the month Silver Belt Want Ads. bring rest! ihkf ! ! I ' : '" ' ' rfi AGENT FOR OFFICES Above Keegan's Front Suite KELLY REALTY CO. GLOBE, ARIZONA Moore's Merritt Steel Range Excelsior Steel Range Stuart Steel Range ALSO COOK STOVES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION You have heard of the Famous OSTERMOOR MATTRESS Always look at the label before purchasing. We have them. Big Assortment of Mission Style Furniture Ranging in Price from the cheapest to the Most Costly If you want a Rooming House Furnished Let us give you a price. OLD DOMINION COMMERCIAL CO. m A. T. Hammons, Cashier... 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