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Daily Arizona silver belt. (Globe, Gila County, Ariz.) 1906-1929, February 10, 1910, Image 8

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THE DAIPfMIOfER BELT
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THE BEST
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The First National Bank
DIRECTORS
J. X. PORTER
HARRY SULTAN
W. D. FISK
P. P. GREER
A. W. CRAWFORD
L. E. WIGHTMAN
J. N. ROBINSON
OF GLOBE
Capital
Surplus
$100,000
$100,000
United States, Territorial, County and
City Depositary
OFFICERS
J. N. PORTER, Prest.
IV P. GREER, V. Prcst.
J. N. ROBINSON, Cnshior.
A. J. McKINNON, Asst. Cashier.
G 0. SIMMONS, Asst. Cnsliicr.
J. T. BROWN, Asst. Cashier.
Bring them to us or have
the wagon call. We clean
them and make them like
new.
K. K. K. Ko.
and
Dye Works
Walter & Griffith
The Tailors
Tel. 2271. 385 N. Broad
tho close of tho lonten season. Last
night was tho regular meeting night,
but on account of its falling in Lent
no session was held. It is tho intention
of members, however, to rcsunio tho
regular meetings after Eastor.
GIRL BABY Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Nioinyer aro the proud parents of a
handsome little girl baby.
NEW HYDRANT Tho city water
department yesterday completed tho in
stallation of n new fire .hydrant at
Broad and Oak streets. Tho now hyd
rant will afford much greater water
pressuro for firo fighting purposes and
will be a material benefit to the busi
ness district.
WILL VISIT TUCSON X Weinbor
ger will leave this morning for Tucson,
to tako part in tho Masonic grand lodge
session. Lator ho will visit Phoouix
and witness tho aviation tests.
SHORT STORIES OF THE CITY
ODD FELLOWS MEET Rescuo
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Odd .follows, met last night at their
lodgo roouis and besides tho usual busi
ness two candidates were initiated into
tho order. The new members aro E. J.
Long and Carl Long, and they wer.a
given the first degreo work at last
night's meeting.
REALTY TRANSFER By a deed
filed with tho county recorder yester
dav, the Miami Townsito company trans
fefs to Mrs. J. L. Wales lot 1027, block
102, Miami.
Worth; W. W. Loland, Rochester; Will
Harris, Tucson.
MRS. CURNUTT DEAD Mrs. Eliz
aboth Curnutt died at hor homo at 10
o'clock yesterday morning of Bright 's
disease. Tho decaased was u years of
ago and wag tho mother of Marshall
Curnutt, and other surviving relatives
lived in tins city. Tho r-emaius will bo
shipped to Jasper, Tonnessee, for in
torment.
BROOKNER BETTER W. W.
Brookner, who was painfully injured at
tho Summit a fow days ago, whilo
boarding a train, is recovering frdm his
injuries and will bo ablo to again look
alter Ins businoss affairs m a few davs,
North Globe Pleasure, club has boon
postponed. Tho benefit danco promises
to bo a very atfractivo affair and as
tho result, it should bo largely attended.
CHANNTNG COMING J. Parko
Chanuing, chiof consulting engineer for
tho Lcwisohn interests, who has' been
expected to arrive for tho past sovcral
days, will bo here Saturday, according
to tho latest information. Mr. Chan
uing has been at Ray for tho past sev
eral days.
Mound City Paints aro botter. Willi
ley Lumber Co.
See the now offices for rent on 2nd
floor new Amster building.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Dr. Lord has opened dental parlors
in tho new Sultan block, second floor.
Rooms 3 and 4.
MAXSON CAND& CO. Best ice
cream soda in towns Maxson candy
company. -
SUSPEND DURING LENT Tho
Five Hundred club has decided to sus
pend its regular meetings until aftor
DRAWS SIX DAYS Yginio Marti
nez, who created a drunken disturbance
on lower Broad street, early yesterday
morning, faced Judge H. II. Pratt lator
in tho day on a cha'rgo of disturbing the
peace. Ho was fined tho costs and in
default of payment was sent to jail for
six days.
HOTEL ARRIVALS D. II. Tait, Mi-
ami; O. J. Allen, Albuquerque; Henry"
S. Fenden, Boston; R. Caruthers, San
Francisco; Rubs A. Warnor, San Fran
cisco; John IL Grant, El Paso; M. C.
Sickels, Cloveland; C. P. Hostettcr, El
Paso; J. F. Lindsey, St. Louis; Charles
A. Evans, El Paso; B. S. Gibbs, Now
York; C. A. Brandberg, El Paso; C. M.
Wndley, St. Lonis; W. E. Jackson, Fort
SEX DAY SENTENCE D. B. Nor
tan, who drank overmuch Tuesday night
and was arrested as a result, was up be
foro Judgo II. II. Pratt, yesterday. In
default of funds with which to pay the
costs, ho was sent to jail for six days.
BENEFIT DANCE On account of
tho bonefit danco which will bo given
at Library hall in North Globe, Satur
day night for Art Edwards, who was in
jured on tho Miami railroad, several
weeks ago, the regular dance of tho
NOTICE TO MODERN WOODMEN
Monday evening, February 1 1 wijl bo
substituted for our first regular moot
ing in February. At this meeting fif
teen candidates will bo received by in
itiation. r
Refreshments will bo served and a
full attendance is desired.
E. S. TAYLOR,
Clerk 12019.
CARD OF THANKS
Wo desire to thank our many friend3
for their -kindly assistanco and words
of consolation during the bereavement
occasioned by tho death of our brother,
MR. AND MRS. A. J. LEONARD.
NOTICE
There will be a meeting of Gila E;i
eampiuent, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F., Friday ev
ening at 7:30. Work in tho patriarchal
degreo and refreshments.
C. A. WIND, Sec.
JAMES COCIIRAT Pros.
BEN JONES, Manager.
ARIZONA INVESTMENT CO.
Three-room houso nnd bath, furnished completely on 40 foot lot facing
Cedar street, $1,250 $200 cash, balance same as rent.
Eight-room houso and bath, furnished, $2,500, easy terms.
Threo-acro chicken ranch, four miles below town, $500.
Few bargains in building lots.
One four-room furnished house for rent, $32.50.
One 17-room rooming house for rent, $75.00.
One nico building lot on corner, C3 by 102 feet, $325.
Office 177 No. Broad.
Tho U Vsllov Rsnk Truct fn CaPital " - " $10m
lilt UEiU VUIHJ L9UlIl 1 AlUiJl AP Surplus - - - GO.Oty
Savings Department in Connection. 4 per cent interest paid on, Savings Acco
Foreign Exchange at lowest rates. Salety deposit boxes absolutely e
C. E. MILLS, President L. D. RICKETTS, Vice Prest. T. A. PASCOE, Vi
DIRECTORS H. L. VAN GORDER, Cashier GEO. A. OLNEY
.WALTER DOUGLAS R. B. HEGARDT
New Busniess Invited.
E. M. HURD, Lopu
A. T. THOMSON
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Arrangements are being
made for an Aviation Meet
in GLOBE following the
grand meet at Phoenix.
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Have Your
MANICURING
Done by Our Expert.
n-up
Sale
Have Your
HAIRDRESSIXG
Doue 13T Our Eirt.
As has been our usual custom, at the end of every year, we will now present our ANNUAL CLEAN UP SALE on Men's and Boys' Clothing. All HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX clothes.
name alone means everything to the man who considers himself well dressed, and we will offer these clothes at greatly reduced prices, which makes the bargains more inducing. Remember this
the only chance to buy HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX clothes in Globe, and we would suggest that you take advantage of-this offer at once, before the choice suits are gone.
Ladies'
One-piece
Dresses
"We have a beautiful line
of Ladies' One-Piece Dresses
iu Silks, Messaline, Cloth,
Etc. This store's reputation
for high-class goods should
convince the people of Globe
that they are getting some
thing out of the ordinary at
the price quoted below.
These dresses arc the
regular $25.00, $27.50 and
$30.00 values. Your choice
i350
Shoes Shoes
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We" will offer our entire line of Dorothy Dodd high cut
shoes at the following greatly reduced prices :
All $4.00 values for ,. $3.00
AU$3.50 values for '. .-. '. $2.50
All $3.00 values for ,. $2.25
Ilavo Your
FACE ACASSAGED
By Our Expert
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Spring Millinery
Exclusive Creations in Spring Millinery
Delight the Eyes and Satisfy the Artistic Perceptions of
All Fashionable Women Who Visit Brown's Now.
Beautiful pattern hats, every one deserving a separate
. detailed description, have just concluded their hurried
trip across the continent and arrived in our Millinery
Gallery as fresh and saucy, and ready for the social whirl,
as the moment they left the deft 'fingers of their clever
designers. Each one is a distinct study in itself, and rep
resents the truest blending of style and art. The beauti
ful flowers seem to have blossomed overnight, and are
particularly effective agains the new chip, leghorn, hemp
or yetta braid shapes, which show a charming individu
ality in their fascinating curves.
Men's Suits
$15.00 values for..... $10.00
$18.00 values for $13.50
$20.00 values for. $14.00
$25.00 values for ...$17.50
$30.00 values for $22.00
$35.00 values for. $26.50
Boys' Suits
$3.00 values .....! $2.25
$3.50 values $2.50
$4.00 values $2.75
$5.00 values $3.50
$5.50 values $4.00
$6.00 values $4.50
$6.50 values $5.00
$7.00 values...; $5.50
$7.50 values , $6.00
$8.50 values $6.50
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Copyright 1908 by Hart Schiffn Mr1
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Have Your
SHAMPOOING
Done by Our Exp if-
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