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' i &. :T-iF ' v, 'r, f , T-v, , fc ?- . 1 DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Wednesday, April 10, 1907 Pw S!5 1 . -; $100,000,000 Over-One Hundred Million Dollars AMERICAN ASSETS OF TIRE INSURANCE COM PANIES REPRESENTED IN THIS OFFICE. THINK WE COULD PAY LOSSES7 ANY DOUBT OF IT? INSURE WITH THE COMPANY THAT CAN AND WILL PAY ITS LOSSES, BUT DON'T FOROET THAT A POLICY OF INSURANCE IS A CON TRACT BETWEEN YOU AND THE FIRE INSUR ANCE COMPANY, WRITTEN BY SOME AGENT, AND BE SURE THAT THAT CONTRACT IS PROP ERLY WRITTEN; AND THE ONLY WAY IN WHICH YOU CAN BE SURE OF THIS IS BY HAV ING IT DONE BY SOME AGENT THAT KNOWS HOW AND WILL ATTEND TO IT. Money to Loan One -Hundred Thousand Dollars to Loan LOW RATES OF INTEREST AND A GUARAN TEED CONTRACT; SHORT OR LONG TIME TO SUIT THE BORROWER. Real Estate PROPERTY IN ALL PARTS OF THE QITY; COME AND SEE US. IF YOU WANT TO BUY WE CAN SUPPLY YOU AND IF YOU WANT TO SELL WE WILL FIND A BUYER. Always "A Square Deal" PHILLIPSON & HAGEN Office hours: 8 a. m., to 6 p. m 1. p. m. to 8 p. m. OFFICE, Over Postoffice, Globe, Arizona rnu (iLOBE SIGHTS AND SILVER BELTLETS "Ournnt News of Busy Globo TbJd in Brevities Frank Gill and D. D. Sullivan have gone to Bisbee on mining business. Bob Irvine, the strenuous clothing salesman, is in the city on liis period ical visit. Miss Mattie Stewart of San Carlos, who has been visiting in Globe, lias returned to her home. Mrs. George L. Belcher, and children leave this morning for Foss, Okla., for a visit with Mrs. Belcher's parents. Mrs. Frank Kingold returned home last evening after a month's visit with relatives at Clifton and Solomonville. . C. Hershcy leaves this morning for Altoonn, Pa., after spending sovcral days here on mining business. He ex pects to return to Globe in the near future. Kdward Whelnn, Mrs. Maggie Sav age and Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Whcclan left yesterday on a three weeks' pleas uro trip to Payon, Natural Bridge and other points in northern Gila county. Attorney R. E. Moirison of Present t and Attorney and Mrs. J. K. Morrison . of Bisbec will leavo for their respect ivo homes after visiting several days in Globe. J. P. Taylor and H. B. Nelson of Du Bois, Pa., who have been spending a few days at the mine of the Arizona National, of which they are stockhold ers, came in last evening and will leave this morning for the east. Superintendent Le Roy Scholl of the Arizona National Mining company came in from Pinto Creek yestordny and will return to the mine today. He reports that the shaft of the mine is now 18.1 feet deep. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fay and daughter leave this morning ior Houston, Texas, where they will make their future home. Mr. Fay has been employed in the engineering department of the G. V. G. & N. v- W. ,1. Durham of the Baptist chuxch rejurncd last evening from Doug las, where ho attended the Arizotui Bap tist convention. He reports ,hat it was the most suoecsuful convention in the history of the territorial organ i zation. KELLY REALTY CO. Gila County Abstract Company SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. Globe Office Building, over Brown's New Stores. Rooms Nos. 19-21-23 Money to loan for building purposes. Fire Insurance written in the strongest companies in the world. We have a few choice residence lots; also Income properties on Broad street. Gila County Abstract Company. If You Want to Buy, Sell, or Rent call "on the KELLY REALTY CO. Telephone 441 Mr. and Mrs. .1. N. Robinson came in from Snfford last evening and thoy will make their home with tho latter 's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Andrus, on Hill street. Mr. Robinson has been cashier of the Bank of Stafford and is now with the First National bank. HAS CHANGED HANDS The Motropolo Cafe has changed hands and is now under tho manage ment of Mr. Fred Temnie. Tho place will now bo known as tho Acme hotel and will be run strictly first-class in every respect. tf Storage room phone 001. Your children can como to tho Cen tral Markot and got a coupon ticket with their purchase. Everything quiet and orderly. 173 A dollar's worth of fun for ten cents at The Dime. Notice Tho now cash register at Bonne's Cen tral Market will commence issuing tick ets on Saturday morning, March 30, to every cash customer. On roturn of these coupon tickets to tho amount of $10 tho customer will receive 50 cents in trade. Save your coupons. 173 The Globo Shoo Company takes orders for tents and awnings. tf "Get the habit" go to TJie Dime. Dr. M. D. Thomas, the eye specialist, has concluden to stay in Globe until April 20. The Dr. fits glasses and a fit guaranteed. Money back if you are not satisfied. Will call any part of the city. Telephone 731 or stop white team. 169 Everybody buy fine meat at Bonne's Central Market and receive a ticket. Remember, $10.00 in tickets will entitle you to 60 cents in trade. Save your tickots. 173 Storage room phone (101. G. W. M. Carvil has opened a first class carriage painting establishment in connection with tho Parker blacksmith shop. General carraige painting solic ited. Those desiring snch work will find Mr. Carvil at his plnc.cof business. 17! Miss Nora Scrogham, dressmnker, old Uallground, one block enstjnew church. 170 Globe, Arizona MITCHELL MININB GETS Brings Suit to Prevent Sale of Stock. Giv.en to Local Promoters It. C. Morrison hh counsel for thei Mitchell Mining company appealed be fore United States Commissioner Charles T. Martin and seemed a tempo lary injunction restraining .1. C. Hritt. A. T. Hhniiiioiis and the Globe National bank from transferring 1,000 Hharcs of Mitchell Mining company Mock. The tock is deposited in the Globe National bank us security. Following this action suit was filed in tho diMriet court and late in the afternoon seiviee wan seemed on the above named defendants. Tho suit is brought for the recovery of the stock, which it is said was given in payment for somo mining claims, A similar in junction was also secured in the su preme court of the state of New i'ork by tho Mitchell Mining company, to prevent Mr. Britt from disposing of the stock. Moved East opposito Dreamland, Wilinms & Irwiu, dressmakers. lrT fc All your friends are going to The Dime; join them. i i Manznnitn dining room Is now open. Coffee and lunches served nil day. Moved East opposito Dreamland, Williams frwin, dressmakers. 157 "Get the habit" go to The Dime. Muscles Superior to Brains "The muscles are of primary import ance, brains are of secondary import ance," declared J. A. Cockburn, who presided at the annual meeting of man ual training teachers at Blackpool. "Our whole knowledge of the world comes to us through the muscles and is remembered by them. "The muscles' memory is the cssen tinl part of memory. Not only physical force lies there, but tho mind of the real man. It marks out his knowledge and defines his character. But for mus cular movement people would never have had any brains worth talking about. "Constructive genius and tfriginnlity will be the requirements of the future, and the classroom ought to bo the ad junct of the workroom. Hitherto the cart has been put before the horse. The child instinctively recognized the im portance of muscular motion, and des pite its teacher exercised its powers in that direction." London cable to the Xcw York Sun. Pointed Paragraphs Be careful; that's the next best thing to being good. It iH easier to be a fictitious hero 'ban the real thing. Some men consider not getting caught i better policy than honesty. To begin a college course is usually a hazy undertaking. His Satanic majesty doesn't worry bout the church that has a quarrel tome choir. Wise is the man who realizes that it is better to forgive than lo be licked. There is apt to bo a rattling old time when the family skeleton escapes from its closet. Once in a great while we meet a woman who is as proud of her hus band as she is of her husband's wife. Chicago News. Read the Silver Belt; always up tf date and newsy. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE To George P. Andrews, 1'red Ivoehler, E. P. Rico and Adolph C. Weiss, their heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, or anyone claiming under them: You are hereby notified that the un dersigned, George Balz, August Bauin, A. P. Campbell, L. O. Siebel, O. A. V'ehr and Oscar B. Todhunter, have ex pended during the yeais 1901, 1005 and 190G three hundred dollnrs ($300) in labor and improvements upon each of the folowing mining claims, situated in the Globe Mining District, County of Gila, Territory of Arizona, viz: We tumpka, Hnntsville, Red Warrior, Santa Ye, Deadwood, Philadelphia, Lucky Bill, Red Rover, a record of which is made in tho office of the Recorder of Gila County, Arizona, in Bonk (, Record of Mines, at pages 57, 104, 107, 221, 278, Hf9 and 124 respectively, Said expenditures of threo hundred dollnrs for each of tho above named claims for tho years 1901, 1905 and 1900 being a total of twonty-four hun dred ($2,400) expended on the eight clnims, woro made by the undersigned in order to hold said mining claims un der the provisions of Section 2324 of the Revised Statutes of the United States and amendments thereto con cerning annual labor on mining clnims; twenty-four hundred dollars being tho amount required to hold said mining claims for the years above unnied and until January 1, J907. And if within ninety (90) days from personal service upon you of this no tice, -or within ninety (90) days after the publication hereof you fail or i of use to contribute your portion of said ex penditure of twenty four hundred dol lars (2,400) as co-owners, together with tho cost of this advertisement, your interests in tho snid mining claims will becomo tho property of the undersigned, your co-owners, who have mado the required expenditures under the terms of said Section 232 i. GEORGE BALZ, AUGUST BAUM, A. P. CAMPBELL, L. G. SIEBEL, O. A. VEI1R, (12 OSCAR B.'TODIIUNTER. NJUNCTION COPPER METAL MARKET By Associated Press. NKW YORK, April 9. Copper wns 2s (id higher in London, with spot at 98 5s and futures 98 l()s. Locally the mnrkot continued quiet. Lake, 24.50 to 25.00; Electrolytic, 24.00 to 21.50, and Casting, 23.00 to 23.75. Lead was higher at 19 Ids 3d in London, but remained quiet lo cally at 0.00 to 0.10. Spelter was 2s fid higher in London, but unchanged at 0.75 to 11.80 locally. Iron was locally unchanged. Bar silver, 05V1. Mexican dollars, 50. RATIFY THE SALE OF Stockholders Hold a Special Meeting Yesterday to Act on Big Deal A special meeting of the stockholders of the Inspiration Mining compnny wns held yesterday afternoon at the ofliccs of the company for action on the deal recently consummated by the directors for the sale of the (Jlolw properties of the company to tho Lewisohn interests. There were over 2,000,000 shares rep resented at the meeting and tho action of the board was unanimously ratified. A suit has been filed by a Kansas City man named Richardhon, a stock holder in the company, against tho Lew isolms and the Inspiration for commis sion which he alleges is due him for bringing about the deal. lie claims to have a written contract with the Lew isohns, but the local management of the company knows nothing of his claims. Birthday Reception Josie Kinsman was given a reception on Monday evening at the residence of his brother, Richard Kinsman, in honor of his fifty-seventh birthday, which was attended by some fifty of his friends. Music was furnished by the Globe con cert band uud a male quartet. Refresh ments were served in abundance and numerous toasts were drunk to the health of the honored guest. Josie Kinsman has been a resident of Globe for twenty-five years, the greater pan of the time in the employ of the Old Dominion and United Globe Mining companies anil enjoys tho respect of his employers and friendship of a large number of Globe's best people. Globe, Ariz., April 9, 1907. Notice is hereby given that J. 0. Britt is no longer in the employ of, or in any way connected with the under signed, and said company will not be rcsjMinsible for any debts or obligations contracted bv him. 183 MITCHELL MINING CO. "Get the habit" go to The Dime. THAW JUSTIFIED IN KILLING WHITE (Continued from Page One) that the argument was taking too wide a scope, and Justice Fitzgerald called Delmas' attention to the fact. Thaw seemed in the best of spirits and declared to his lawyers in the Tombs that he felt his case was won. He seemed to have no dread of the as sault of the district attorney tomorrow.. There was a report today that Jerome was ill, but he appeared at his office (luring the afternoon and said he had been busy two days preparing his ar gument. In view of the district attor ney's remarks before the lunacy com mission that Thaw today is hopelesslv insane, most interest attaches to the line of argument he will pursue in ask ing for the man's conviction. - l - 4'4 - 'I'4"I - - l - The H. H. Bru T BROKERS DEALERS IN LISTED AND UNLISTED SECURITIES. Thirty -minute quotations and privato xew York markets. Tho Duluth and Ishpeming curb markets a specialty. Listed stocks carried on substantial margins. TEY MY WIRE SERVICE. Trust Building Globe, OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXKSOOOOOOOOC Safford Ice and SAFF0RD, Manufacturers High .Grade Butter, Butter milk and Cream For Sale by SCOBLE, SOBEY & CO. SULTAN BROTHERS WDLLIAM MILL WILLIAMS ANGIUS-ZENOVIOH CO. ABRAHAM BROTHERS Globe, Arizona CALL FOR SAFFORD BUTTER And Accopt No Other Every pound guaranteed fresh and pure Safford Ice and Creamery Co. SAFFORD, ARIZONA XK)OOOOOOOCKXXX00000000000000000000000XXXXXOOOOCOOC Globe. Ariz.. April 9, 1907. Notice is hereby given that .1. C. Britt is no longer in the employ of, or in any way connected with the under signed, and said company will not be responsible for any debts or obligations contracted by film. CANANKA & OLOBE EXPLORATION L DEVELOPMENT CO. 183 "Get the habit" go to The Dime. . "Get tho habit" go to Tho Dime. Found A pair of glasses. Owner can have same by uplying ut this office and pay ing for this ad. Sowing machines to rent at J. T. McNeil's rurniture store, opposito the Miners' union hnll, Globe, Ariz. U9tf J. N. Porter, having bought a large block of Globe Bank & Savings com pany stock, he- was duly elected vice president thereof, and during my nb sence will bo the managing director of The Globe Bank &. Savings Company, Incorporated. E. V. KELLNER, 159 President. "Get the habit" go to Tho Dime. Storage room phone 001. Tho Globe Bank & Savings Co. Inc. pays I per cent on term dejosits and always ready to make loans on securi ties of all kinds. 180 Public Notice I will not be rcqKiiisible for any debt incurred by by wife. 10(1 AGATA GIACOLETO. Storage room phoue 001. i Try Melrose Rye if you want something extra fine; splendid for med icinal purposes and as pure a brand at. can be had anywhere. Bankers' Gar den. "Get the habit" go to The Dime. Experienced lady stenographer wants position; quick and accurate; best of references. Address Y, this office. 15S MINERAL APPLICATION No. 252. United States- Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona, April -0, 1907. Notice is here by given that S. F. Sullenberger, of Globe, Arizona, as attorney in fact for John J. Cramer, has made application for patent to the Ohio Boy No. ." lode mining claim, Survey No. 2342, situated in the Globe Mining District, Gila Countv, Arizona, in Sec. 25, Tp. 1 N., K. 15 E., G. S. R. B. & M., described as follows: Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence the N. E. Cor. of Sec. 2.', Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E., G. k S. R. B. & M., bears N. 19 deg 17 min. E. 7(52 feet; thence S. 11 deg. 49 min. E. 588 feet to Cor. No. 2; thence S. t$ deg. 20 min. W. 1502.7 feet to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 11 deg. 19 min. W. (107.7 feet to Cor. No. t; thence N. -fill deg. 0 min. E. 1199.5 feet to Cor. No. 1, the place of begin ning. Conflict with the S- W. ' of the N. E. , of Sec. 25, Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E.r G. & S. It. B. & M., containing 2.805 acres, is excluded. Lqcntion notices are recorded in Records of Mines, County Recorder's office, said Gila County, ns follows: Original, Book 7, page 04; amended, Book 8, page 344; amended, Book 12, page 220. Adjoining claims are Ohio Boy on the north; Ohio JJoy No. 2 on the east; an unknown claim on the south, and an unknown claim on the west. MILTON R. MOOKK, Keg ister. First publication Apiil 10, 1907. i1 - " - 4' - l' - f - l - 4' - l"l"I"H Company, Inc. wiro connections with Boston and T Arizona Telephone 1901 Creamery Co. ARIZONA and Dealers in Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co. Capitol and Surplus, $100,000 DIRECTORS L, D. RlCKETTS D. W. WlCKERSHAM T. A. PASCOE A. T. Thomson H. S. VanGorder C. E. Mills C. A. Kennedy Ph. Freudenthai, I. E. Solomon All classes of accounts Invited J. WATT H0GUE President 'There is a tide 'in the aftairs of men Which' taken at the Flood leads on to Fortune." AS YOU BEAD THE ABOVE LINES FROM THAT IMMORTAL BABD, REMEMBER THAT GLOBE REAL ESTATE IS NO GAMBLE BUT AN ASSURED QUANTITY, WHILE THE RICH MINERAL HILLS AND THE CLIMATIC CONDITIONS OF THE LAND OF SUNSHINE AND FLOWERS MAKES IT A VALUED QUALITY. WE HAVE BARGAINS IN LOTS AND BARGAINS IN HOMES IN ALL PORTIONS OF GLOBE; WE BUY, SELL, TRADE AND RENT. BUYING OR SELLING, GIVE US A CALL. OUR DEALS ARE STRAIGHT; OUR BARGAINS GOOD. HOME INVESTMENT CO. PHONE 1111 J. W. HOGUE Mfjr. and Consultation Nan OOOOOOCK0000OOOOOCXXX00XX000000000000000(XX00000(X GLOEfE COMMERCIAL CO. "QUALITY GROCERS" FOOD FOR SUNDAY REFLECTION Whether you trade with us or with us or with another grocer, don't kick if you find some staples higher in price than formerly. The grocer of today is doing business at a heavier expense than ever before. He is making less money than ever before. All this is due to prosperity and to greater cost of packing, manufacturing and growing things that we uso on the table and to wear. With tehso conditions and the beet wages ever known, if your grocer does not make some advances, he simply cannot exist. If he IS compelled to make an advance, don't think he is trying to do you; it's a plain case of LIVE AND LET LIVE WE STRIVE TO PLEASE YOU ALWAYS. GLOBE COMMERCIAL CO. Phone 221 'Quality OCOOOOOOOGOOXCOCOOOOCKXXX)OOOOOGCXX H, Sr "x. t ' - ' '"rV'k i . - -i J. SSfaBHwiiJ! :nnm , maMBWaammmmWkammmVSK iH, . WkammmmmmmmaatBSSSmtaammmmmmmmamMil'nTk .'HK&i H W$$kTWm&&M' laanW?$l WWw flefiPLPIpBSPWC aWmf HBH flP B mm mmmm DOMINION HOTEL -Finest Kostkry in the Southwest -80 Reons-AII Modern Conveniences and the Best of Service A BIG HAT LINE Spring has come, also have our Straw Hats. We have tho largest assortment ever seen in Globe. We Have a Hat for Every Man and Boy in the City New Materials, new styles. Prices from ' 25c to $6.00. Don't miss the opportun- , , , ity of seeing this big line. I - ' SMOKE THE TENNIS GIRL CIGAR All the stores have them. There are none better. THE SOLOMON-WICKERSHAM CO., Sole Distributors W. ?: NORTON Architect t .Room 12, Globe Building. , ? Telephone 1031 Foreign exchange at lowest rates JAMES W. H0GUE Sec. and Treas. M0GUE General Utility Man Grocers" Phone 221 SULTAN BROS. JL ' 4Y YL '. t t. j? rr j..