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"t ?,;??fl Hf't Puse Eitjli't - HDAfrY ARIZONASHYER 4BELT V ' Iff F iV , - W li S' f . ItV" : S. - " J'.' 'I Bfe" Be M .v- &'; :v. ' ft- i t fc i.- M Q O" Q ill o? icPS Q Mmm 'Cm KsCSSPagA SAFE PLACE Put YOUR MONEY IN A SAFE PLACE ! OUR. BANK IS A SAFE PLACE ASK those who have banked with us for years whether or not they like our business methods. ' . FIRST NATIONAL BANK GLOBE, ARIZONA. Capital, Surplus and Shareholders' Liability, $300,000 to the local stores. He located, the !hi5mi;ro8HjO.ffiin' a .Tndnth ago, arid, is already makjng more that a living V, jf.Hfr - ' -. -srrs '. J . -. Dominion Hotol Arrivals - .1. I. Glass, Altamont, Kan.; M. Jvuuf man, Miami; K. C. Taylor, Miami; Fitz Mao, Phnonix; K. II, Fo'x, El Paso,' Al l Chandler, El Paso; AI. II, Mancuthal, H. H. Manentbal, Danville, 111.; II. Lee, Danville, 111.; C. 11. Jones, Han Fran cisco; W, T. Elliott, Muskogee) Okln.j E. Collin, Knnitrfs "City. ' , Women's Club Constitution Ready X)wing to small attendance, no meet ing of the ladles organizing the Wom en 's eliib was held yesterday afternoon. The eominltteo which has drafted the constitution and bylaws, was ready with the documents, but only a few ladies besides t ho committee was present, and it was doomed advisable to hold the matter up until next Saturday, 'when it Is hoped that the constitution am by laws can bo considered nnd adopted by a larger attendance. HILDRETH & THOMPSON LAND ATTORNEYS. LAND, MINING AND FOREST RE- SERVE LAW. Patents for .mining claims secured. Homestead rights restored. Yonr land office business solicited. PHOENIX, was discharged yestorday by Justico Pralt, when it was shown that tho sjuaw was drunk nl the time and had already been hurt before she 'went to the house whore she claimed to have been nssaulted by Verdi. Agricultural Implements Received The near approach of spring wns her- 1 aided more pleasantly than could bo done by any long haired poet, yester day, when a number of agricultural im- ARIZONA. plements wero received at the freight J house of tho Oila Valley. Globe & IIH Northern. Tho farming "instruments," '''""sting of plotvs and harrows, wero SHORT STORIES OF THE COT $; j there will soon be" ii tickling of the fields that will make them gay with Everett Is a Proud Daddy ) veriure and growing things. Everett Murish was circulating amoughis friends yesterday generously Building Freight Platform dispensing fragrant Havanas, and it j Tho construction of 100 foot plat was all on account of the arrival "of a form on the south end of tho now iiuo boy. at his homo on Noftsger hill frcighthousc was begun yesterday. Tho yesterday morniug. Mrs, Miirish and warehouse will bo tinished in less than tho boy are doing nicely j two weeks, and a spacious platform ' " ' I will bo used for the. storing of such Plans Completed height as will mjt need warehousing. The plans for the improvement to bo This platform will tako up nearly all made at Clark's navilion have been hC Pco left by tho street between it completed by Situs & Sons iimf will, bo and tho new warebouso of the Old Do- .in too nanus few days. of the contractor in a Addition to Home Mrs. Robinson is having built au ad dition to her home, kuown as tho old minion Commercial company. Hotel Starts Picture Gallery Quite a picture gallery has been started in the cafe of tho Dominion j hotel. The walls aro being adorned with Tqwlo property. The improvements !" exceedingly interesting collection or will cost about $700 and will greatlvil)UotoBral,h of ,ocal scenes, relieved by ''enhance the value bf tho property. Creek Running All Day Pinal creek was running all day yes terday, not as impetuously und tur bulcntly as it (docs after a summer storm, but like a well behaved little ;ricklet that is loth to leave the snow crowned mountain .tops. u number of elegantly .mounted mot toes and humorous pictures, all of which are in excellent taste'. Thoroughbred Poultry Farm Prospers W. It. Anderson, a rancher of long experience, was in the eity yesterday, exulting over the suce'ess ho has met on his newly established poultry farm, about a mile and a quarter south of town on the Gila Valley road. Ander son with l!i0 White Leghorns and Exit Patricio Verdi Patricio Verdi, tho Mexican who was arrested by Sheriff Thompson on com-1 Plymouth Hocks of puro strain, in ad plaint of an Indian who complained , dition to a Southern California incu tbat Verdi had almost broken his bator of 120 eggs capacity, has been squaw's leg by throwing a rock at her, doing a good business-in supplying eggs SUPERIOR 8 6L0BE PEOPLE 1ST DISTRICT ARE WELL PLEASED WITH CON DITION IN WHICH THEY FIND PROPERTY. Messrs. .1. M. Selden and Charles Clrynowcth, trensurer and secretary, re spectively, of tho Suporior & Globe Cop jlcr company, after a visit hero of near ly a week, during which time they in spected tho company's mining property, left for the east Friday morning, it was Mr. Selden 's first visit to Globe, and before leaving he expressed him self as not only favorably impressed with tho camp, but highly pleased with the company's property, us well. Both Mr. Chynowcth and he are satisfied that the company has secured ground of great prospective value, and aro con fident that with intelligent and sys tematic development an important' cop per nunc will be ojiened up, and in this opinion several local mining men of standing concur. Henry V. Snell, who was appointed general manager for the Superior & Globe compauy, is now in Michigan conferring with other directors of the company in regard to the development work about to bo undertaken, and upon his return to Globe the work will be promptly started and pushed with vigoi. It has practically been decided to sink a three-compartment shaft to a depth of 1000 feet, and open levels every one, hundre'd or two hundred feet below .'I0d feot. -Other work of an' exploratory character will also be carried on. Al the present time the claims are being surveyed for the purport of locating tho outcrops and obtaining the necessary data to make application for patent. The Superior & Globe property is well situated, adjoining the Yuma claim of the Old' Dominion company, ami the Mineral Farm, on the northeast, and immediately north of the holdings of the Arizona Michigan Mining company The Itig Johnny-0 'Dougherty- Yuma fault runs through the Superior i Globe for a length of three claims, or -lfiOO feet, and is strong and persistent, and is richly impregnated with iron. This fault where prospected on tho Superior & Globe ground, shows silver values and a small iiercentago of copper. On the Old Dominion property this vein has proven very productive of copper down to water level, the limit of development in depth, and the ore taken out has been ,for the most part, high grade. W'c Capital Paid In. S100.oeo.00 Surplus $00,000.00 THE GILA VALLEY BANK & TRUST CO. C. E. MILL8. President. Dr. L. D. Bicketts, Vice Preildont. T. A. PASCOE, Vice PiesldMit. H. S. VAN GOBDEB, Cashier. DIRECTORS M. HUBD, Local Manager. C. E. MILLS L. D. BICKETT8 WALTER DOUQLAH a. S. VAN GOBDEB T. A. PASCOI B. B. HEQABDT A. T. THOMSON E. M. HUBD Wu Invite New Bnsineaa WB y 4 f r cent on Savings Accounts fari in rr iJh IE THE GUARANTEE is 'Back of "Iris" Goods i You take positively no chance when you buy the "Iris" Brand goods.' We do not hesitate to recommend them Full Line of Iris California Fruits ?i Iris Lemon Cling Sliced Peaches 40c " Yellow Free Peaches . . 35c Pears 40c White Cherries .... 40c Black Cherries 40c Iris Apricots 35c Plums 30c Peas 25c Stringless Beans . . . 25c Coffee, 1 lb. 45c; 3 lbs. $1.20 Tf you can beat these goods at any price we will refund full purchase money WAOONS EVERYWHERE. GOODS DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. it it it (t it tt o m THE SEELIG COMPANY, Inc. : Wholesale and Retail Grocers PHONE 151 II II ; SATISFACTION GUARANTEED PROMPT SERVICE "am THE HOUSE THAT BAVM YOU MONEY ON YOUR GROCERIES OL rw f -V & a. a v IE a - am x a i urn 1jr Kk 4, . n. Piano Recital and Musicale Mrs, S. J. HOWARD assisted by Mrs. R. B. Heg ardt and Mr. Percy Vincent Clark's Pavilion Tuesday, January 26th Admission One Dollar Tickets on sale at all drug stores and at door on night bf performance understand that, the Old Dominion man agement holds a high opinion of tho value of the company's locations on" this fault and in all probability will during i the current year install a power plant with pumps nnd hoisting machinery of adequate capacity for tho. development of the property at a considerable depth. The Superior & Globo board- of di rectors is composed of men who arc , prominent iii the mining and ilnnncini . .affairs of the Lake district, Michigan, nnd with ample funds at thcirdisposal for tho development of tho company's property here, the outlook for the suc cess of the enterprise is very i;neourag inif ' ' ... . . " UOOD REPORT FROM EUMAROLE General Manager F, A, Woodward of 'the National Mining Exploration com pany, is feeling very good over the as say returns from a sample of"orc from the Fumarole, the company's mine sit uatcd about seven miles from Safford, in Graham county. The assay U by Satchell Urothers aiid indicates the Val ue of the pre in gbld at' five.. ounces, or about $100 per ton. Tho sample came from the crosscut on the 700-foot level, which shows a breast of ore of the same quality 'of about five, fecjt, , Mr. Woodward also received a very encour' aging report on the recent, or; develop ment on thes 700-foot level' f rum Mine Superintendent Young. Mr. Woodward will go to the Fumarole mine to make a personal inspeetiu'ir of the new' strike, on Monday. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS on by Drs. Wales' arid McPhcctcru at the county hospital Thursday, is im proving as rapidly as could bo expected. C. V. Meloy i ill at the home of his brother, Pasfcnger Conductor D. L. Meloy, at. his bpnc in railroad addition. C. A. Melin of Denver, traveling pas senger agent "for the Nickel Plate lines, is in tho city, looking up business for his road. ) ' ' , ' .' .- Fitz-Mac of Phoenix, tho well known mining writer, was one of last night'fl arrivals in the city. M. II. and H. H." Manenthal of Dan ville, Ilf., are registered at the Domin ion. . GLOBE JEWELRY COMPANY WILL SOON HOLD BIG SALE Tho Globe Jewelry company's an nouncement of a special sale to be ge gun in n few days was received with considerable interest in every quarter yesterday morning, for it is well known throughout the community that whon this popular firm undertakes anything, it is on no small scale. Tho reason for this sale is the pub lication of a great catalogue of ono hun dred pages, which is now in tho hands of the printer. This exhibit of the jeweler's art will -contain' everything that can bq demanded in the scvoral lines of goods handled by tho Globo Jewelry .company, anil when the now stock is laid in, the firm will be in po sition, morc.thnn over, to suit-the tasto of tho most fastidious nnd to accom modate tho purse of the most bumble. But this wonderful stock must bo com- .plcto in. every detail, and,.' in order; to mako room .for.it, 'tho, company has re solvod to hold a sneciaj Hajo .and to .diV' poso of everything now in the house. Tho Globe; publiciknows 'what that means, for tho stock now on hand would sntisfy almost any demand mado upon it, and it is a, foregono conclusion that tho special said will .not last long. Much interest was also manifested jn tho announcement that tho Globe Jewelry company hnd; ordered dica for tho making of Globo souvenir spoons, and tho noyvs was hailed with gratifica tion in every quarter, Tho spoons, un like almost any othcr.'.form of souvenir. will last forever, for, Jthoy aro to bo made of silver andcoppbr) antl tho de sign will bo so attractive that thcro Is no doubt that thoy will always bo exhibited with pride and provoke inter esting and beneficial discussion of the city whoso name they will boar. New , Dancing Academy Class nights for beginners every Monday and Friday night. A&vanced class every Wednesday 'night, which will be devoted to spe cial dances, such as schotthche, ma zourka, three-step, knlckerbockcr, or any dance youmay wish to learn. " Private lessons, by appointment,, any afternoon or evening. All classes 8 to 10 p. m Ladies free; Gentlemen $1.00.. MAUREL HALL Mrs. Eugenia Manrel Hotel. Panhurst, res. TheGlobeBank and Savings Co. We have Just received 200 new Fam ily Savings Banks. Call and get one today. We pay 4 to 6 per cenj on term deposits and 7 to 8 per cent on Escrow deposits, the only system enabling a bank to pay Its depositors in cash any day. We write Fire Insurance in the best companies. Wo make collections, real estate deals, and always have money to loan our customers. ' PUBLIC NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that all bills due Georgo Hose & Co. and Itose Broth ers are duo and payable at the Oily aicat AiarKet, anu an persons owing these firms are requested to call and set tle at once. GEORGE ROSE & CO. ROSE BROTHERS. dirt. ; arvTBr.. aWaV. Dirt removed from new 'Gila Valley Bank & Trust building Broad and Mcs- quite, in. making excavation, .will' be given away, ,ScoijMann',n prcrh sc. VndM . tM, !' 4 ,VJ CLERKS, NOTICE. Tho Clerks' union will have a spcuial meeting Monday ovening, January '25, at J-ircmen's hall, 7:30 p. m. All aro expected to bo present. A. IT. HARGRAVE, R. R. BALLARD, President. Secretary. The nnnual meeting of the Chrisman and Globe Mining company will bo held at the Old Dominion Commercial com pany bank, at 7 o'clock p. m. on the 3rd of February, 1909. ) . , , I. CHRISMAN, . "Manager. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting of tho stockholders of the Arizona Nationnl Copper Company will bo held at the office of said com pany, in the city of Globe, County of Gila, and Territory of Arizona, on tho 1st day of February A. D. 1909, at 2 o'clock p. m. C. U. MESSERLY, Secretary. THE CITIZENS' BANK OF GLOBE IS NOW REGErVTNa THE MARKET QUOTATIONS BY WIRE AND IS PREPARED TO EXECUTE YOUR OR DEBS PROMPTLY FOR THE PUR CHASE OR SALE OF STOCKS, AND CONTINUES TO TRANSACT A GEN ERAL BANKING: BUSINESS. YOUR PATRONAOE SOLICITED. S. F. SULLENBEROER, PRESIDENT. There is no Quinine, nothing what ever harBh or sickening in Preventies. These little Candy Cold Cure Tablets act as by magic. A few hours and your threatening Cold is broken. Can dylike in .taste. Preventics please the children and they break the feverish ness, always. And least of all is trw eeonomyl A' large box48 Preventics 25 oents. Ask your druggist. M knows 1 Sold by Palace Pharmay. IJighest class job printing at, reason al;prices at 'Silver Belt. '' '. ' A.. . . . i " m ,iL i'sEaSt JHWSaQlrvi &? -'. ' . .. tj& !'. ' . ' j 1 ,'j ' V'i ii ' Ai (-. .'' .' i'j'2Wfe-'- WMBOlflBSflili -w 'wmmmm' vmmmMK- "iw'w" Ywipwwiu,nwwi'mPi;W np,rlpaQ$'4 Km'&i&Wfo ' tfBtt & w& . . ' . '- -M, V , -.. h'!- iir ? mmmm A LadlfeS Wrati-ita. r'-v '-i ewLi L' , mmts . .i- at Half Prio Every Coat in our store is on Sale at One-Half Price 3100 coats, rrn nn now half prico ., S9UrUU $75 COATS, tmm now naif price J f hOU 560 COATS, AA gf now half price wUaUU $50 COATS," SS ifJlv5! now half price fctjijlj $30 COATS. 4C AA now half price ..... JJ-Uli ?25 COATS, A1A p. now half price Ja v,K3l $20 COATS, f f Af nowhalf price I UUl $16 COATS, M m. now half price f 51 $10 COATS, m a. now half price '"WBUl $8 coats, . . A (l now half price "ToUl Dolph Baatz & Company Three Doors North of Bridge $200 REWARD Will be paid to party who finds and returns to owner a 1 J? -karat diamond which was lost on Broad St. between the bridge and the postoffice. The diamond was in a Tiffany mounting but fell out. as it was found later that the prongs were entirely worn off. Don't you be the one who will have to advertise for a lost diamond, when a small expenditure on youi part will in sure, the safety of your gems. Bring your diamonds in at once and let us examine the mountings free of charge. GLOBE JEWELRY CO. XUtte-ouM niitid Aojwl At xomoix Jkrfuwt ix -brnmiiWL ivomjL AMS "-'W f V?3 I UI Ka.. VltX.T'BrWWv jp- - v - m 33fcsss52iifiE3 ,Gmr . "5i' n'ii i3rfS-CopvnN 3''i W m r.fLJt'? . ToTc- fi many oj the oveied homM in tkto eity newt Seen 4ui4Uhed Su u4. t new hoekeh dheteekj loonee SoA ea&e &oia A ua wtfl frfok won- dehdr to e&mjou and ahheaht WiAMWie W-eahA out. the &ame m eotfted. Sat food 4iAmhAe lonfe tfian hook iAmtu&. ovM 4A afA&OAiA, the aJsztosAl sufsisJltc M the SoiMt jokiee&. Sou now. hc a uttU now and tfien a4 UPie with the thttfe jMee&. Oliver Typewriters . Herring-Hall-Marvin Safc AJ. ""'tC i ft il -A ? "-' mMfaa vt!' l'-'