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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Friday, December 6, 1907
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PATRICK ROSd,
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CONSOLIDATED
REALTY CO.
When you insure your pr6perty, do so
with those who, when they have writ
ten your Policy you will have ,no
trouble to collect for your loss. We
have over twenty of the best companies
represented in Globe, and KNOW how
to attend to your wants.
We also do a general Abstract business and when
you get an Abstract of Title from us you can rest
assured that it is a correct one. And so acknowl
edged by the leading business men of Globe.
We do a general Real Estate, Loan and
Bond'business. If you have property
for sale or rent tell us your wants, and
we will attend to them promptly.
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Jury Makes Recommendation
for Mercy and Sentence
Will Be Passed Today,
J. C. PHILLIPSON i
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SHORT STORIES OF THE CITY
' Pair of Big Yams J. W. Braddock,
ono of tlio best kuown farmers in tho
Salt river valley, lias sent to tho Silver
licit two yams as largo as California
pumpkins, which fairly represent a
largo patch, all so far taken from tho
earth being of equal size, and sonio
much larger than tho specimens sent to
this office. There is a strong probabil
ity that jf the section hail experienced
a late fall that tho "sweets" vronld
have attained a size equal to that of a
hogshead.
For Prospective Citizens Applies
.tlons for citizenship will bo heard in
' tthe United States court next Tuesday
' by Judge Nave. Announcement to this
effect was made in court yostorday and
all thoso who have- declared their inten
tion of becoming citizens will appear
in court then. Pivo applications have
so far beon received.
City Feels Stringency At tho regu
lar weekly meeting of the city council
held last evoning, it was decided to
' pay all claims against tho municipality
by cash and warrant. Claims present
ed last evening wore -principally for
salaries of city officials and amounted
to something ovor $1,S00. It was de
cided to pay 75 per cont cash and
the remainder by -warrants, which will
be- called in as tho revenue comes into
tho treasury. City Treasurer Elliott ro
tported that there was a little over $1,
300 in the treasury. Tho city has over
.$0,000 in tho Globe National bank and
, when that institution suspended, tho
city oponed an account with tho First
National bank.
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Interesting Trial Today Tho damage
suit of John Hall against tho Gila Val
ley railroad will bo tried in tho district
court today. Hall was injured by being
thrown from a motor car about a year
ago and is suing for $10,000. H will
bo represented in court by Judgo A. C.
Baker of Phoenix and Senator 13. S.
. Jves and Wiley E. Jones will look after
tho interests of tho railroad 'compiny.
PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS
E. W. Do Langton of Atlanta, Ga., is
registered at tho Dominion.
J. F. Ketchersido of Young is t pend
ing a few days in tho city on business.
William Buckingham, traveling iop
rcsontativo for tho Fairbanks-Mo'sc
company, is a visitor in tho city.
E. B. Fatman, tho well knowi El
Paso drummer," camo in on last ovon
ing's train for a few days with tho
local trade.
Dr. W. E. Piatt, a prominent citizen
of tho Gila valley and president of
tho Graham county state bank, is a
visitor in tho city from SaiTord,
A. T. Colton, of Safford, is in tho
city on business boforo tho United
States grand jury. Mr. Colton is United
States commissioner at SaiTord.
Senator Engcno S. Ives of Tucson,
chief counsel for tho Randolph lines,
arrived in tho city last evening and
will spend several days horo on legal
business.
Morris Simon, proprietor of tho El
Paso store, Safford, and ono of the most
up-to-tlnto and enterprising business
men in tho vnlloy, is transacting busi
ness in the city.
A. L. Harris, assistant onginecr of
tho reclamation service, who has beon
connected with tho Roosevelt project al
most since it was commenced, is a busi
ness visitor in tho city.
B. A. Fowler, president of tho Salt
ftivor Valley Water Users Association,
arrived in tho city last evening from
Phdenix on business in tho district court
connected with tho association.
T. L. Herrmann, attorney for tho
Lowisohn syndicate, was an arrival in
tho city from Now York last evening.
This is not Mr. Herrmann's first visit
horo as ho was in Globe last March
when the Lewisohns were contemplating
tho purchase of tho Inspiration mine.
Wesley Burgess, tho colored barber of
Lower Pinto Creek, who. was triell for
flio murder of Juan Cabrera, was yes
terday found guilty of murder in the
second degree, by tho jury which wns
out all night. Tho vordict contained
also a recommondation to tho court ,for
morcv for tho convicted man. Tho jury
which took tho enso lato Wednesday
afternoon did not ngreo upon a verdict
until shortly boforo tho noon recess yes
torday. -Burgess will bo sontouced this
morning whou court opens.
Helena Mendoza, indicted for murder,
pleaded not guilty yesterday morning
and her trinl was sot lor Decombor JJ
In tho case of tho territory against
Lomiie Harris, indicted for robbery, the
prosecution admitted tho nbsonco of tho
principal witness against Harris and
on motion of District Attorney Henry,
tho jury which had beon empaneled to
try his caso, was ordorcd by tho court
to roturn a vordict of not guilty.
Tho trinl of Joso Castro Dorcgo,
charged with tho liucony of a pieco of
retorted gold on Lower Pinto Crock,
occupied most of tho afternoon. The
jury roturned a verdict of guilty of
petty larceny, tho valuo of tho stolen
metal not having boon mndo clear,
J. M. McCollum defended Dorego.
A Photographic Novelty
Printing from real spiders' webs is a
photographic novelty. The web is
sprayed with a solution of size a3 it
hangs on tho garden fence, and is thon
lifted off by placing a plate behind it.
The web sticks hard and fast to the
plate, which can ultimately be used for
printing picturos of a spider's web. By
the combination method many curious
photos can bo obtained, one of the
strangest being that of a child appar
ently held tightly in tho web. Pear
son's Weekly. t
A New Definition.
A rnthor cynical joko has been re
cently crcditied to Senator Piatt.
Tho senator on his last visit to the
Manhattan Beach hotel -allowed a pret
ty little girl, a western millionaire's
daughter to be presented to him.
Tho littlo girl in tho courso of ono
of her many delightful chats with tho
aged statesman, caid:
"Tell me, won't you senator, what
political economy is?"
"Political economy, my (bar child,
is tho art of novcr buying moro votes
than you actually need." Washington
Star.
A Funny Show.
Seo Onslow and O'Brien and tho com.
cdy pictures at tho Iris tonight.
Dolls! Dolls! Van Wagencn has tho
finest lino ever brought, to Globe.
SENTENCED FOR
SELLING BOOZE TO
If AIl'S WARDS
Athway and Gonzales, Who
- Pleaded Guilty, Draw Six
Months in Jail and $100,
In tho United States court yesterday
P. P. Athway and Nuovcs- Gonzales,
who on Tuesday pleaded guilty to iu
diotments charging them with selling
liquor to Indians; were each sentenced
by Judgo ?avc to pay a fino of 100
and to imprisonment for six months in
the county jail.
No ideas have as yet been taken in
tho cases of the parties indicted for
violati ig tho Edmunds act. Upon being
arraigned yesterday, Thomas Smith and
Edna Earl woro given until today, to
answer. They will bo represented by
Judgo J. M. McCollum. William Green
and Bertha Heed, indicted for a sim
ilar offonse, will also answer tho mdict
mentatoday. Thoy havo retained Attor
neys Stoneinau and Jacobs to defend
them.
Teddy bears at Van Wagcnen's.
ABSTRACTS
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Gila County Abstract Co.
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Muldoon Has Rival in Fitzsimmons
Tho laurels gained by Muldoon, tho
ox-wrestler, who treated Secretary of
State Root at his sanitarium, aro now
threatened by Bob Pitzsimmons, tho
ex-pugilist. Mr. Pitzsimmons believes
that tho strenuous sanitarium will be
all tho rage soon, and intends to get
in line.
In outlining his plans today, Pitz
simmons said:
"I'vo got a fifty-acro place at Dunol
Icn, N. J., botween Plainfield and
Bound Brook. Tho way tho newspapers
advertised Muldoon becauso Secretary
Hoot was stopping there showed mo
that I would make a hit by opening n
strenuous sanitarium of my own at Dun
ollon. "1 have drawn up plans for a fifty
room plant with nn immonso gymna
sium. Tho contractors aro at work now
and as soon as they aro through I will
quit tho show business." Worcester
dispatch to tho New York Times.
A Family Tree.
Maude Young DcSwell is always
talking abont his family tree.
Clara Yes: it is evidently a genuino
chestnut. Houston Post.
M4;H-H'HHK
1 The Hanna
Drug Store
Servicei
RELIABILITY
Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co.
The name of Hanna on a box or bottle ',
of medicine is positive assurance of purity, ;
accuracy and reliability.
IT INSURES you getting what the doctor '
intended you to have when he wrote your ;
prescription. ;
IT INSURES you getting what you asked '
for when you gave your' order - at the drug &
counier. a
It INSURES the use of the very highest :
quality of drugs compounded into each and g
cvtiy jvi t.o.i ipiiuu nun -vw wwfcw. ....v. -j-
package leaving the store. !i
IT INSURES satisfaction to patient, to
physician and to trained nurse and it pos-
itively insures the lowest possible prices .f.,
consistent with high quality. 2 1
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Capital $100,000
L. D. Blcketts
DIRECTORS
D. W. Wickershnm
Surplus $25,000
A. T. Thomson
T. A. Pascoo
C. E. Mills
II. S. Van Gorder
E. M. Kurd Ph. Frendenthol
I. E. Solomon
INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS
All Classes of Accounts Invited. Foreign Exchange at Lowest Hates
E. M. JIUED, Manager
J. WATT HOOUE
President
JAMES W. HOGUE
Vice President and Cashier
How to Frighten Book Agents.
Prom tho New York Sun.
"If you aro bothered with agents,
boggnrs or other undesirables at your
door, tho finest way in tho world to
got rid of them is to havo a trained
nurse open tho door," said tho West
Side woman who lives in a big apart
ment'. "They havo their story all
ready or their card held out, but at tho
sight of a whito cap and apron they
will back off with scarcely a word.
Beggars especially seem to be deathly
afraid of 'catching', something ,and
will almost run if a nurse goes to the
door.- You will find it out when you
have a nurse on your staff."
Whenever you feel that your stomach
has gone a littlo wrong, or when you
feel that it is not in good order, as is
ovidenced by mean headaches, nervous
ness, bad breath an! belching, take
something at times, and especially after
your meals, until relief is afforded.
There is nothing better offered tho pub
lic today for stomach troubles, dyspep
sia, indigestion, otc, than KODOL.
This is a scientific preparation of nat
ural digestauts combined with vcgetablo
acids and it contnins tho samo juices
found in overy healthy stomach. KO
DOL is guaranteed to give relief. It is
pleasant to take; it will make you feel
lino by digesting what you cat. Sold
by Hanna 's Drug Store.
The White House!
561 N. BROAD ST.
"Come Quick if You Would Share In
These Bargains"
Box Paper Envelopes to Match
Fancy Decorated, 35c kind 25c
Another grade, formerly 25c, now .. 15c
Fancy ruled, and unruled, regular 35c,
now 20c
Ruled, 25c kind, now. ,.,.. . 15e
All tints, ruled and unruled, 50c kind,
now . . 30c
Tablets
Good quality, 10c size 5c
Linen Tablets, 25c kind 15c
9,xl2 pencil tablets, reg. 10c, now 5c
Letter size, ruled. 20c kind 10c
Envelopes, whilo they last, per pkg. 5c
Big sizo counter books 10c
Counter books, heavy cover- 15c
Crepe paper, all colors, long rolls 12'XiC
Fancy crepe paper napkins, per 100.. .20c
Wo send you greeting and wish to state that if you havo any of tint
scrip money to trade for Globe Real Estate tho HOME INVESTMENT
COMPANY has a lingering fondness for that kind of money. If yo
have anyvrr;onoy in tho banks o! Globe you are afraid of losing zzo
want to trade for Globo real estate, cr pay rents, our cashier don t
know tho difference, and if you get his signature to a deed for bad
money, you havo got property In the best town in the southwest, and yc
know it. We havo a fino pair of lots in California to trade for Gloc
property; fino homo in Pasadena, Cal., to trade for Globo properv
Wo havo a few houses to rent, and scrip money pays tho bilL Lc j
and homes in Globo to trade for scrip money. Read the president
messago about sound banks and congress making election campaign
proprlaticns; then buy you a home in Globe, and be satisfied. Buying
selling, trading or renting, sco the other fellow, then see tho
HOME INVESTMENT CO.
JIM HOGUE, Manager. HOGUE Utility and Hired Man
Roller SKatini
Tonight from 7:30 to 10:30
That's Itl
Cough yourself into a fit of spasms
and then wonder why you don't get
well. If you will only try a bottle of
Ballard's Horehound Syrup your cough!
will bo a thing of the past. It is a pos
itive cure for coughs, influenza, bronchi
tis and all pulmonary diseases. One bot
tle will convince you at your druggist,
25c, 50c, $1. Sold by Palace Pharmacy.
Sam Kco's for underwear and shoes.
Are you having trouble with your
kidneys? Thpro aro lots of people today
who wonder why they havo pains across
the back, why they aro tirod and lack
ing in energy and ambition. Your kid
neys aro wrong. They need relief with
out delay. Take DoWJtt's Kidney and
Bladder Pills; they aro for weak back,
inflammation of tho bladder, backache
and weak kidneys. 'Sold by Hanna's
Drug Store.
A Funny Show. '
Seo Onslow and OlBricn and the com
edy pictures at tho Iris tonight.
Van Wagencn makes a specialty of
tinting. Satisfaction our motto.
Satisfaction our motto. We have
tho best equipped paint storo in the
city. Van Wagencn, next door to the
postofEco. Givo us n call.
A Funny Show.
Seo Onslow and O'Brien and tho com.
cdy pictures at tho Iris tonight.
Kcegan's
Is ono of Globo 's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class in
his line. Call and be convinced.
We frame pictures. Xaquin & Co.
The Alexander
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Program Thrco Nights Ending
Saturday
Animated Picturcs
"Tho Gypsy Warning
"Tho Foster Cabby"
EDNA MACDONALD
Hlustrated Song Entitled
"Tho Way of tho World"
BEAHAN AND ALTA
Comedy Skotch Entitled
"Tho Threo O'clock Train"
Illustrated Song ,
EDNA MCDONALD
A good Comic Plcturo to closo tho
show.
IRIS THEATER
Broad Street
J Theaters on Iri3 circuit: Blsbce,
Globe, Moronci, Nogalcs, Tucson, El
Paso and Cananca.
PROGRAM
Three Nights Ending Wednesday
Ovcrturo by
W. H. CUMMINGS
Moving Pictures
"Tho Second Childhood"
Selection by
BILLY CUMMINGS
ONSLOW & O'BRLEN
Comical Entertainers
Hlustrated Song by
BILLY CUMMINGS
"Good-byo Glory"
Moving Pictures
"Saved from tho Wreck"
Borrowed Plumes"
General Admission 15c
Reserved scats 25c
Fir3t Performance.. r. ...7:30 p. m.
Second Performance 8:30 p. m.
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Music by
DRUMMOND'S BRASS BAND
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CONFIDENCE
Accept Bank Checks
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Feeling tho utmost confidenco in our
ocal banks,-wo will accept In payment
'for Merchandise also in settlement of
bills duo us
Cashier's Checks
Private Checks
Local Pay Roll Checks r
Local Mining Companies Checks
Savings Bank Books
Our banks aro absolutely sound, Don't
draw your money out. Pay bills by
check.
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RADLROAD CHANGES
Gila County Abstract Co., Inc.
'"Telephone 441 ,Qver Brown's Store
Phoenician Pleased to Learn of Landis'
Recall to That City.
,Tho Phoenix Republican says of the
changes recently mado in tho local
Gila Valley railroad office:
,On December 1, L. II. Landis will
resume his formqr duties as general
agent for tho Southern Pacific in this
city and return from Globe, where he
has hold a similar position a short tiino
His' return to this city is duo to tho
quiet conditions in Globe, business be
ing almost at a standstill compared
to the briskness of tho past summer
Mr. Landis has been with tho Gila
Vnlloy, Globo and Northern railroad.
George Mauk, who has been his chief
clork, will attend to the duties of gen
eral agent at Globe, following AEr
Landis' return to Phoenix. Mrs. Lan
dis is now in Cleveland with her father
who is not well since tho death of Mrs.
Dcllanbaugli. Mr. Landis has n host
of friends who will bo glad to Jicar
of his return to this city. Tho an
nouncement of tho change was mado
yesterday by M. O. Bickncll, travoling
passenger and froight agent.
Tho rhango will cnuso somo shifting
about in tho locnl offices. Mr. Gattor
and Mr. Trethaway will tako tho po
sitions thoy occupied boforo Mr. Lan
dis was transferred ,to Globe, that-of
c,ity passenger and ticket agent and as
sistant, respectively. Both havo mado
excellent and woll liked officials, but
the necessity for the change of Mr.
Landis will also involve a moving back
to tup old haunts. Mr. Pago will prpb
ably bo given a position with the com
pany at sometothor .point.
H THE QUALITY ' ' STORE
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KLlrlL Life i
OUR NEW SALESMAN
We have the greatest salesman in Globe. Wit,
humor and eloquence sit down when he rises to speak.
PUIE is the great speaker, the convincing
IxlVJ-j salesman, and is listened to by every
one, and sells the goods.
SULTAN BROTHERS
"LEST WE FORGET"
Lipton's Teas and Coffee
The Best Ever
At your Grocer
SOLCMON-WICKERSHAM CO.
Distributors
Tho party who removed tho two
boxes of envelopes from tho Secretary's
desk in Odd Fellows' hall will please
roturn at once.
A Funny Show.
Sco Onslow and O'Brien and the com
edy pictures at tho Iris tonight.
Don't bo fooled by fake sales. You
can buy your clothing and furnishing at
Lantin's cheaper than at fako sales.
Get your winter supply of coal whilo
wo aro delivering it in ton lots at S12
per ton. Globo Hardware Co.
Sco our lino of holiday goods beforo
buying. Van Wagcnen's, next to post-
office.
The Globo Bank & Savings Co. pays
4 per cent on term deposits, 0 to 8 per
cont on escrow deposits and wnnts es
crow .loans on real catato and first-class
securities." r'fllcal cstato sold on (orm
saloB, part .cash,' 9 per cent intorest and
small monthly per cent on principal
balance. Firo insuranco placed in best
companies.
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Our initial shipment of Holiday Goods reached us Saturday
and is now being placed on display. Fortunately the goods we
selected are of that happy combination of utility and ornamen
tation. We want to impress upon you '
The Advantages of Early Buying '
Don't wait for the rush that is sure to be on in a week or ten days,
but buy now, while thestock is full and complete and while you can
have the full attention of our salespeople and avoid the jostling of the
throngs. Prices are in harmony with existing conditions. You'll save
money and patience if you buy now.
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