Gila Valley, Globe & Northern R. R. Co.
INDIAN HOT SPRINGS ROUTE
FT. THOMAS AND INDIAN
HOT SPRINGS, $3.15
Tickets sold each Saturday and Sunday, Limit Monday
Latest Innovations in Reduced Fares
Our 1000-mile Coupon Books
Our 2000-mile Coupon Books
Good on all Randolph Lines in
G. A. MAUK
FAMOUS INDIAN HOT SPRINGS
A noted resort for
to J3.00 per day.
mud and mineral baths. If you are sick, get well. If well, get pleas
ure and rest.
Excursion tickets to Ft. Thomas and Indian Hot Springs, Saturday
and Sunday, return Monday. Bound trip, $3.15.
Dr. S. B. Olaypool is the permanent resident physician at the Springs
and is making a specialty of diseases of all kinds.
ALEXANDER BROTHERS, Postofflce Tort Thomas, Arizona,
The Finest Resort in Globe
Popular with all classes winter and summer. Re
freshments of all kinds. Choice Cigars, Wines
Schlitz and Anheuser-Busch Beer always on Draught
F. L. JONES & SON.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE: 174 S. Broad St.
THE W. W. BROOKNER CO.
Largest Line of Dress
Boots and Shoes in
ARIZONA & COLORADO
MARICOPA & PHOENIX
PHOENIX & EASTERN
health and pleasure. Bates. $2.00
Twenty minutes ride from Hot
Springs Station, Graham county,
Arizona. These wonderful wa
ters are recommended to cure
rheumatism, gout, dropsy, liver,
kidney and stomach troubles,
blood disorders and women's, ail
ments. Beautiful lawns and
shado trees; largo plunge and
swimming pool; also fish lake and
boating, lawn tennis and croquet
and swings. Try our wonderful
RESIDENCE: 346 S, Hill St
M. O. BICKNELL
Gen. Pass. Agt, Tucson
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DB. F. C. S. SANDEBS !?
ft Physician and Surgeon. ,"
j Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. in.;
':? 4 to 0 p. m.
f 101 S. Cedar Street.
Surgeon for 0. V., G. & N. Bj.
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DB. L. ALBERT COMBS
Veterinary Surgeon, Dentist and Grad
uate Boyal College of Edinburg,
l I treat all curable diseases of domes
tic, amniuls. Ofliccs, Barclay, Higdon
& Co. Residence, tlio whito house on
I South East street. Call and examine
my diplomas at stable. Examination
free at office.
GEORGE K. FRENCH
Assayer and Chemist
H. E. BIERCE
Agent for DEMING SMELTER
SULTAN & WAYNE
141 North .Broad Street
P. O. Box 867
A Swell Show.
Tlio whole town is talking about littlo
Dudley Ford, tlio six-year-old comedian
at tlio Iris.
403 to 423 N.v Broad Street
Boston Market and Curb
Stocks Remain Steady at the
Cfosing Prices of Tuesday,
Yesterday's market in copficrs show
ed Considerable moro nativity than
that of tlio few days preceding Christ
mas, although there was no general ad
vance. Thero was some demand for
Globe Consolidated around 4(J..'5l), but
littlo of it camo out at that price, it
few snles being mado at $7 and slight
ly under that ninrk.
Tho following arc the closing quota
tions: Amalgamated 45j00
Anaconda :,..'.. 28.00
Steel, common ..... :.... 25.00
Arizona Commercial 13.00
Bingham ...;. .-.i 4.50
O. ii A 00.00
Capper tfnnge 55.00
GreeneOnnnnoa .'. 5.87
North Butto 40.25
Old Dominion ...
Helvetia , 1.50
Globe Cons. ... 0.37.
Nipissing .....'. 0.00
Sun. Bos. 2.00
Sup. & Pitts 8.87
Influence of: Monetary Situa
tion Keeps Down Volume;
Strain on Banks,
NEW YORK, December 20. Tho
money situation continued to mnnifest
influence today 'by keeping down the
volume of transactions rather than by
any notable depression of prices. The
market was so near the point of stag
nation that there was little demnnd for
loans on call and the quoted rate was
unaffected to correspond. The renewal
rnte was well maintained however.
There was persistence of some anxiety
over working out the commercial situa
tion over the end of the year. Mills
nn'd wholesalers in various lines of
trade are carrying larger lines of com
mercial )apcr for customers which the
certainty of nny undue pressure for
settlement might precipitate failures.
Reports of New York trust companies
of conditiorTon December 10 in response
to a eali -of.thc stHteJi.iuking- depart
ment, reveal how general and seven
was tlio pressure of theso institutions
during the 'period of the crisis. The
heavy shrinkage in deposits and loans
was not at nil confined to the few com
panies tlint we're immediately subject
to spectacular runs.
Metals Aro Quiet.
NEW YOHK. December 2(5. Holiday
conditions prevniled in the metal mar
ket today. Tin was one-eighth higher
nt 2(5.50 to 27.25. Copper remained dull
and unchanged with Lake 13.37 ',4 to
13.50, Electrolytic 13.25 to 13.37 and
casting 13 to YAV'. Lend was 5 points
higher nt 3.50 to 3.00. Spelter was dull
and unchanged at 4.10 to 4.20. Iron
was dull and unchanged. Silver 52 3-1,
Find of Ore on the 16th Level
Shows Mine Is in Its
Upon his return to Boston from his
recent visit to Globe, C. S. Smith, pres
ident of the Old Dominion Copper Min
ing mid Smelting Co. gave tho following
interview to tho Boston News Bureau:
"I nm naturally pleased with the
decision of Judge Sheldon. It was as
I expected, especially after the final
hearing in the ease, when tho deefn
dnnt failed to put in evidence which
in any way contradicted the evidence
of tho Old Dominion Co. It is a de
cision confirming previous decisions on
tho same contention, mndo not only in
this country but in England. Corpor
ations should be promoted on tlio old
line, such as was in vogue when the
Calumet & Jlccln, Tamarack and other
Lake copper companies weru organized.
When companies are thus organized,
promoters will not subject themselves
to legal attack and bo mndo liable for
"If ion final hearing tho opinion of
Judge Sheldon is afiirmed, the former
stockholders of the Old Dominion Cop
per Mining & Smelting Co. of New
Jersey will share in such dividend as
mny be declared, from tho recovery.
Tho Old Dominion trust receipts aro an
evidence of ownership in tho Old Do
minion Co. of New Jersov and they got
tho benefit of this decision as well as
any minority New Jersey stock.
Conditions in Globe.
"At Globe, conditions wero very sat
isfactory. Four furnaces aro now in
operation, ono of them running exclus
ively on slag, of which we still havo a
largo quantity: Tho slag runs better
than 4 per cent in copper.
"Tho mine is producing about GOO
tons of ore per day, about 250 tons
high grn'do and 350 tons concentrating.
Tho present production is about 115,000
pounds of copper per day; about 2,500,
000 .pounds per month is from our own
material. . . '
"Our most important recent devel
opment has been the discovering of our
ore body on tho 16th lovel by means of
ii 200-tnnt .wihzn. run from tho 14th
dlcvel. The' ore bo'dy'on tho 16th level
was found- exactly in piace,-,or witinn
five feet of whcrer.we- expected to got
it. Wo havo not been ablo to develop
it as yot. Tho oro is of a bettor quality,
than nt tho snmo point on tho 14th
level. Tho important point is that the
oro body is there, and this means that
the Old Dominion mine is only in its
"This 200-foot winze is only a bucket
winze but is larue enough for eaco
equipment, and we nro now installing
sucli equipment. Until then wo shall
bo unable to handle tho wast material
and to definitely determine- the extent
of tho oro body.
"Wo are now running a crosscut from
the winzo on the 15th lovel so as to
get down and havo proper ventilation.
It will probably bo a month befii'e we
are able to do any noteworthy develop
ment n tho 10th level, but we now
know that tho oro is there.
"Wo havo got our costs down to tho
minimum under present operating condi
tions mid arc earning money. Wo havo
two or three years' supply of high grade
ore ahead at tho present rate of pro
duction, so wo aro not 'gutting' the
mine. The sixteenth lovel will give us
two or three years on top of tnat. This
is not taking into consideration our
rich oro in the west country, which we
have not touched below the ninth
Thousands of men and women in all
walks of life arp suffering from kidney
and bladder troubles. Don't neglect
your kidneys. Dolays aro dangerous.
DoWitt's Kidney n'nd Blnddor Pills
afford quick relief for nil forms of kid
ney and bladder trouble. A week's
treatment, 25c. Sold by llanna's Drug
The Globo Bank & Savings Co. pays
4 per cent on term deposits, G to 8 per
cent on escrow deposits and wants es
crow loans on real estate and first-class
securities. Ileal estato sold on term
snles, part Cash, 9 per cent interest and
small monthly per cent on principal
balance. Firo insurance placed in best
Anyone wishing to purchase a Nav
ajo blanket or rug, cull at 475 N. Hill
street, D.-iiley block. Finest collection
ever brought to the city. I
DoWitt's Cnrbolized Witch Hnzcl
Salvo don't forget the name, and ac
cept no substitute. Get DeWitt's. It's
good for piles. Sold by Hanna's Drug
Whenever you feel that your stomach
has gone a little wrong, or when you
feel that it is not iu good order, as is
evidenced by mean headaches, nervous
ness, bad breath and belching, take
something nt times, and especially after
your meals, until relief is afforded.
There is nothing better offered the pub
lie today for stomach troubles, dyspep
sia, indigestion, etc., than KODOL.
This is a scientific preparation of nat
ural digestants combined with vegetable
acids and it contains tho same juices
found in every healthy stomach. KO
DOL is guaranteed to give relief. It is
pleasant to take; it will make you feel
fine by digesting what you cat. Sold
by Haunu's Drug Storo.
I mn tho man who will, without extra
charge, go anywhere iu the city to tuke
an acknowledgment, day or night, ruin
or shlno: nlso draw up deeds, releases,
mortgages and wills at small cost; bug
gy always ready in front of Brpwn's
store. Phono 441. L. II. Brown, the
notary public. tf
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
tho Arizona Eastern Railroad Company
will be held in the offices of the com
pany,' nt Tucson, Arizona, on Tuesday,
January 14, 190S, at 3:00 o'clock p. m.
Dated Tucson, Arizona, December 4,
1907. CHAS. E. WALKER,
Aro you. having trouble with your
kidneys? There are lots of people today
who wonder why they havo pains across
the back, why they aro tired and lack
ing in energy and ambition. Your kid
neys are wrong. They need relief with
out delny. Tako DoWitt's Kidney and
Bladder Pills; they aro for weak back,
inflammation of the bladder, backache
nnd weak kidneys. Sold by Hanna's
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 Ilorehound Syrup your cough
will bo a thing of tho past. It is a pos
itive euro for coughs, influenza, bronchi
tis and nil pulmonary diseases. One bot
tle will convince you at your druggist,
2oc, 50c, $1. Sold by Palace Pharmacy.
TWENTY PEE CENT DISCOUNT
Sale in our ladies' suit and gown de
partments, in ladles' coats and petti
coats now attracting crowds of eco
nomical buyers to tho People's Cash
Storo of Dolph Baatz & Co., 086 N.
- TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
Oflicc of tho Comptroller of tho Cur
rency, Washington, D. G.
November 9, 1907.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
who may havo claims against Tho Globo
National Bank, Globe, Arizona, that tho
same must bo presented to II. I. Mar
shall, Jr., Receiver, with the legal proof
thereof, within threo months from this
date, or they may bo disallowed.
WM. B. RIDGELY,
Comptroller of tlio Currency.
Globe, Ariz., December 17, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that tlio City
Assessment Roll and warrant for collec
tion of taxes for tho year 1907 aro now
in my possession.
Taxes will becomo delinquent sixty
dn3's after tlio dato of this notice, nnd
if not paid on that dato or prior there
to, five per cent will b.o added to the
amount thereof as pcuajty.
.Said taxes aro payable at tho office of
tho Tax Collector,
C. C. CARICO,
City Tax Collector.
NOTICE OF .SALE.
Notice is Hcrgby Given, that tlio un
dersigned Ex-Ofllcio Tnx Collector with-,
in nnd 'for tho' County of Gila, and Ter
ritory of Arizonn, in" pursuance of an
assessment mndo. upon tho property of
TIiq Globo .Shoo. Co,, for tho. purpose of
taxation, county and territorial? and the
neglect' nnd 'refusal "b'f the said tfhe
Globo Shoe Co. to pay said taxes; and
the seizure by tlio undersigned Ex
Officio Tax Collector of the. personal
property hereinafter described, in ac
cordance with the statutes in Mich case
made and provided, will cxpoce for sale
and sell at public auction, on the 2Sth
day of December, 1007, at 2 p. in., at
the Court House steps in the said
County of Gila and Territory of Ar
izona, to tho highest bidder in cash,
lawful currency of tho United States,
a sufficient amount of the following
described personal property, to-wit:
fifty-eight (58) pair of shoes, to pay
and satisfy the sum of $55.65 tax under
sad assessment and to pay and satisfy
nil costs and expenses incurred in the
assessment, seizure and sale of said
Dated this 20th day of December,
1907- D. It. WILLIAMSON,
Ex-Officio Tax Collector
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Scaled bids will bo received at the
office of the Board of Supervisors of
Gila County, Arizona, until 10 o'clock
a. m., January 6, 90S, for the following
purposes, to wit:
For publishing the proceedings of tho
Board of Supervisors; for publishing
tho Delinquent TaxList, theGrcat Reg
ister, Reward Notices, Notices for Bids,
Election Proclamations and all other no
tices and printing ns may bo required
by tho County and officials thereof, in
typo and form ns provided by law.
Board of Prisoners
For boarding tho prisoners confined
in the county jail, two meals per day
of substantial food, at a stated, prico
per meal. , '
Medical Attendance to the Indigent
Sick and Prisoners
Bids for medical attendance; a stated
price per patient per day, a stated prico
for two meals per day, a stated price
for care of indigent sick outside of the
hospUal and in Globe corporate limits,
n stated price for care of indigent sick
outsjde of tho corporate limits, examin
ation of insane and ost-mortem.
Burial of Paupers
For the burial of paupers, including
a plain coffin and a headstone of board;
the grave to be not less than five feet
A stated price per case.
For conveying the insane to the asy
lum at Phoenix, a stated price per per
son. Laundry at Hospital
For laundry at county hospital, a
stated price per quarter.
Wood' and Coal
For courthouse and hospital, a stated
price per cord for cedar, in lots of ten
cords, more or less, as. may be required
delivered; a stated price for carload
lots of American Block coal, moro or'
less, to be delivered, as required, in
the furnace room of the courthouse.
'Terms to commence after the con
tracts have been awarded and end on J
the first Monday in January, 1909.
Payments to be mado by warrants
drawn on the County Treasurer.
Successful bidders will be required to
The Board of Supervisors reserve the
right to. reject nny or all bids.
J. W. WENTWORTII,
Clerk, Board of Supervisors
NOTICE OF SALE.
Notice is Hereby Given, that tho -un
dersigned Ex-Oilicio Tax Colcctor with
in and for the County of Gila and Ter
ritory of Arizona, in pursuance of ,an
assessment made upon the property of
George Ashby for the purpose of tax
ation, county and territorial, and the
neglect and refusal of the said George
Ashby to pay said taxes; and the
seizure by the undersigned Ex-Ofiicio
Tnx Collector of the personal property
hereinafter described, in accordance
with the statutes in such case made and
provided, will expose for talo and bell
at public auction, on the 2Sth day of
December, 1907, at 2 o'clock p. m., at
the Court House ,in the said County of
Gila nnd Tcrritoryo f Arizona, to the
highest bidder jn cash, lawful currency
of the United States, a sufficient
amount of the following described per
sonal property, to-wit: eight (8) pair
of shoes, to pay and satisfy the sum
of $4.03 tax under said assessment and
to pay and satisfy all costs and ex
penses incurred fn the assessment, seiz
ure and sale of said property.
Dated this 20th day of December,
1907. D. R. WILLIAMSON,
Ex-Oilicio Tnx Collector.
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 321.
United States Land Office, Phoenix,
Arizona, Oct. 31, 1907. Notice is hereby
siven that Albert Stcinfolt. of Tucson,
Arizona, for himself and his co-owner,
W. E. Murphy, by M. E. Lovcricn, at
torney in inct, nas mnao application
for patent to the Victoria lode mining
claim, Survey No. 2410, situated in tho
Stanley Butto Mining District, Graham
County, in approximately Tp. 4 South,
R. 20 E.. unsurveved. G. & S. R. B. &
M., described as follows: Beginning nt
Cor. No. 1, whence 19 mile cor. ot
Amended Southern Boundary of White
Mountain Indian Reservation brs. S.
10 dcg. 33 min. W., 1010 ft, dlst.;
thonco N. 0 dec. 10 min. W. 779.0 ft.
intersect tho boundary lino of the Whito
Mountain Indian Reservation, as estab
lished by Congress, approved March 2,
1901; 1388.0 ft. to Cor. No. 2; tuoncft
N. 89 deg. E., 000 ft. to Cor. No. 3; at
which noint intersect tho boundary line
of tlio Whito Mountain Indian Reserva
tion, aa established by said Act; thence
S. 0 deg. 8 min. E. 1388.C ft. to cor.
No. -4;thenco S. S9 deg. W. 599
ft. to Cor. No. 1, placo of begin
ning Net area 14.915 acres. This
claim is located between tho 1816 mile
and 19 lnilo corner mounmonts of the
Amended Southern Boundary of tho
Whito Mountain Indian Reservation,
nbout 8 miles south of tho San Carlos
Indian Reservation, near Kclley Gulch,
in approximately Tp. 4 8., R. 20 Ev
unsurvcyed, in GVahnm County, Terri
tory of Arizona. Adjoining claims aro
on tlio AVcst and Will Ryan and Nettie
lodqs; of Survey No. 2372; on tho south
by tho samo lodes; on tho cast by tho
Eric And Kclley lodes of Burvoy No.
2372' and on the' north' by the White
Mountain Indian Reservation. Location
nonces oi mo viuiuua mc 'w""
in Record of Mines-County- .Recorder's
Office, Graham.Coupty, as follows: "Book
14, .pago 87. .LYMAtf W..yupp.
FIELD, Register. ' ' ' "
'"First' publication October 31, 1907;'
Latest, safest e.aa most v Improved
model, guaranteed for economy and re
liability; simplest scientific engine built.
MININO AND IRRIGATION
Sold and. installed on absolute guar
- One Towel Cabinet,
Brush, Soap and Six
Towels each week
$1.25 per Month
750 North Broad Street
710 N. Broad St. Tel. 1711
Headquarters for the
Gatti Meat Co.
Wholesale and Retail5
WiU Meet All Prices
Tho Gatti Meat company is still in
the field to sell butters. Saying nothing
but standing pat against all butters.
I . Market
The choicest meats in the
city. Out of the trust and
Our order man at your door
in a moment's notice and the
delivery boy does prompt
Don't you want to try the
Independent market. ,
Now Is Your Chance I
To get your hats cleaned and ro
blockcd. Ladies' and gentlemen's
clothes cleaned, repaired and al
tered for dull time prices. I use
tho French dry cleaning process O
to clean garments and I guaran- 8
tee all work to bo satisfactory or 3
refund your money. Yours for
fino work, x
J. W. WALTER
Opp'osito tho First National Bank, g
rear of Ingram's. Q
393 NORTH BROAD ST.
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