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Saturday, January 12, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT.
In Every Depart
ment of Banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GLOBE
Is prepared to serve
you in a satisfactory
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Globe Real Estate Office
F. L. TOOMBS, Manager
Wo buy largo areas and subdivide same into good aize residenco lots. Note the ndvahtngo to '
our customers. First cost of lots is less than half what it would be if wo were to buy a few
lots at a time. Again, wo survey the entiro tract at once. Then, if there are any defects in
titles, the work necessary to perfect title to one lot will cover one hundred lots.
That is the reason we sell choice lots properly surveyed with clear titles at 50 to 70
per cent of prices currently paid for the same class of ground
Wcnlso furnish nbstracts; you are never safe without an abstract. With a complete tran- '
script of the county records we are able to furnish our customers with complete information
regarding any property in the county.
See us before buying
The W. W. Brookner Co.
Feed, Hay and Grain Stable
New Livery Rigs for Hire. We make a specialty
of buying and selling horses and vehicles
of every kind
Successor tp E. P. Kellner Lu.rnbpr Co..
Lumber of Every Description
Doors, Windows, Lath, Shingles,
to Serve You
E. T. GREEN
I am prepared to do your work and
wdl be pleased to give estimates
at any time.
PionlereDairy P.O. BOX 976
I. N. KINSEY, Incorporated
Dealers in listed and unlisted securities
Quotations from New York, Boston afld Duluth by quick wire service
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins
Office in Lobby of Dominion Hotel . Phone 1221
Try One of Our Gas Stoves
Or One of Our Gas Heaters
GLOBE ELECTRIC LIGHT & GAS COMPANY
Wm. Whalley, Prop.
Fresh Jool Anhcuser alwaya on
We carry none but the finest brands
of Whiskies, including
When passing by dron in. We
will treat you right.
SWITCH, NORTH GLOBE
Real Estate Office
Fine Club Room
1891 Carlisle Whisky
Celebrated St. Elmo Cigar
Moving pictures shown every night at
8 o'clock and many other attractive
features on the evening's program.
SYDNOR & STERNS
WHITE HOUSE HOTEL
GIACOMINO & CO.
Large airy rooms, fine table service and
first class cafe.
Rates reasonable North Globe
H. D. HOEYE & SON
Five Chairs Four Baths
Electric Face Massage
No Tiresome Waiting
Every Modern Equip
ment. Formerly Los Angeles Restaurant
An Eastman Kodak is one of
the most popular presents
at any time. We carry"
a full line of Cameras and
Supplies. Come in and look
them over even if you don't
Want to buy now. :: :: :: ::
Hanna's Drug Store
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Rooms 7 and 8. P. O. BIdg. JPhone 1241
E. H. HARRIMAN
The Beginnings of the Financier Are
Stripped of Mystery
"Who is this E. II. Hnrrimtinj Wall
street 1ms boon asking this question,
savagely at times, for the past ten
years. The United States lias begun to
nsk it, curiously, in tho past two years.
At this moment both aro asking it, im
Mr. Hnrriman, for sOmo unknown rea
son, has' always carefully concealed tho
early history of himself nnd his family.
Tho writer knows many of his friends
and most of his enemies in Wall street.
Not one of them has been willing to tell
the story. Most of them could not.
Those of them who could, would not, be-
ciuiso ot Mr. Jiarnman's well known
Down ut Hempstead, Ij. I., tho visitor
may find an ancient church, founded in
.1702. Today it is n fashionable church.
U stands in the midst of a graveyard.
If one enter, the guide will point out
here the pew of the Fulton Cuttings;
there the pew of the August Belmonts,
here, again, ho pew of Theodora Have
mover Jr. names great in the gilded
list of the plutocracy. Perhaps one will
stop to admire tho simple beauty of
"That," says the guide, "is a Hnrri
man memorial. Mr. Edward Ilarrimau
and his brothor paid for it because they
wero born here."
The record of the church shows that
Edward Henry Harriman was born on
February 25, 1848, jn the rectory of this
parish. His father, the Hev." Orlando
Harriman Jr., was then in charge of tho
parish, which is Episcopalian.
Edward Henry Hnrrimnn entered
Wall street lute in the sixties as a clerk.
At the same timo ho gin'e littlo indica
tion of his ability. Socially, ho was
well liked. He is described as having
been full of fun and fond of society in
tho best sense of tho term. Ho was
noted, however, for a mind of his own.
Whnt he wanted ho generally got, but
his desires were neither very sweeping
nor very important.
Many tales aro told on Wall street
of tho way he came to bo able to buy
a seat ou the New York stock exchange,
which he .did hi August 13, 1870. One,
for which I have been. able to find uo
authority at all, is to the effect that he
was plunging in tho market for all he
was worth during the celebrated "cor
ner in gold" engineered by Gould, Fisk,
Kimbor and others of their kind, and
that he took his profits on "Black Fri
day" and invested tho whole of his
profits in a scat on the exchange. This
matter is not clear, but better authority
seems to lio behind tho statement that
in this venture into the exchango ho
was assisted by a relative, one of the
Oliver Harriman branch of his fathor's
family. At" any rato ho went in, in
1870, as a trader on the floor of the
He married early in life, and married
very well. His wife was Miss Amy Av
croll of Rochester, whose father was a
capitalist and a successful railroad man.
He is said to have made a large, sum
of money in the Rome, Watcrtown &
Ogdcnsburg railroad. This marriage
considerably strengthened tho hands of
Kdward II. Harriman for the bnttlo of
lifo. It has been in every way a very
fortunate and- happy marriage.
It was not until 18S.1 that he came
actively into the railroad field. At that
time he had come to be known as a
capitalist, one ot tho few who had gath
ered together a great fortune in the
ten troubled years between 1870 and
18S0. He was credited with having in
his strong box a fair list of stocks pick
ed up at low prices in the various pan
ics. Along in 1883 ho was elected a
director in the Illinois Central railroad.
He was at that time working in close
friendship with Stuyvcsant Fish, who
was elected second vico president of the
road in the same year. Mr. Fish had
also been a member of the stock ex
change from 1870 to 1S79, and tho two
young men went into the Illinois Cen
tral to work along together. In 18S7
Mr. Harriman became vice president,
with Mr. Fish as president.
Mr. Harriman was about forty years
of ago when he set his feet upon the
path that was lead him to sovereign
power. Many of tho Characteristics of
his boyhood had ,fullcn from him. Tho
friends of his youth describe him ns
frank, open, foud of gayety and fun.
The twcnty.odd years of the stock ex
change had effectually rarnqved his
frankness and tho. openness. In their
place ho had a studied reserve, a care
ful holding of himself in leash, a fixed
resolve and that no man could be ablo)
to guess thp rpal thoughts and motives
that lay within his mind. World's
Our Mineral Wealth. i
Ten years ago qur yearlyjiMHluction
of coal was 1(0,0000(10' $$ and wo
thought it a heap. Last yeVr we mined
$Q0A0Q0,000 tgns. In 1800 wo produced
8,000,000 tons of pig iron. Last year wo
produced 25,000,000 tons. Our copper
output of ten years ago was $240,000,000
pounds. It is now 900,000,000 pounds.
In 1890 wo dragged from tho bowels
of the earth minerals and mineral sub
stances worth about $025,000,000. Tho
value of our mineral product in 1900
approximates $2,000,000,000. These fig
ures aro bewildering in their immonsify.
It is no wonder that we are the richest
nation on earth. Yet in spite of it all
thero is something left to hope for, and
thoro may be something left to fear.
New York Sun.
Reflections oi a Bachelor
There would bo no fun in the world
for anybody if everybody had it.
When people don't like flattery they
mean they don't mind lying about it.
A girl is awful fascinating never to
want you to, kiss- her unless you do it
against her will.
We brag about doing our duty just as
if wo hadn 't boon made to bof oro wo
would do it.
It's curious, but when some women
think they aro all dressed up for tho
evening, it is very low down. Now
PRESIDENT WAS INQUISITIVE
Tried to Solve tho Vital Yam Question
in tho Oanal Zona
Tho president of tho United States
questioning a black West Indian laborer
was ns polite as ho was to a division
engineer, but equally as insistent with
his "But what I want to kuow is"
(Thoro are some men on tho isthmus,
I think, who will hear this expression
in their dreams). To tho problem of
years he turned with the same concen
tration that ho would to making peaco
botweon Russia and Japan, or the tax
ation of great fortunes. And yams aro
really a great problem. JHvon as by
dint of oatmeal tho Scotch cultivated
literature, so by dint of yams our isth
mian laborer builds tracks and dumps
tho cays and digs locomotives out of the
mud. It is the rico of tho Jamaican's
Orient, the black bread of his Russia,
the potato of his Ireland.
When ono of tho negroes that gath
ered around the president complained
that he could not get good yams from
the commissary, the man from Caak's
(one of them representing the commis
sary) explained that when they were
bad tho purchaser need not take them.
Tho negro insisted that tho elerk at
the commissary who threw them at him
gave him no option.
"We will go to the commissary and
see.tlie yams said tho president.
Those in stock had some spots, but
when opened, the meat was good. The
Jamaican clerk insisted that yams
found bad might be returned.
"Have you ever tried to return the
bad ones!" the president asked the ne
gro. "No, sir," was the answer.
"Why not!" tho president pursued.
"I would not stoop to do such a
thing," was the florid and dignified ul
timatum. Everybody laughed except the presi
dent. This foolish response did not
finish the subject for him. Ho went into
it again tho next day at tho commissary
at Colon. Now he had tho complaint
that the yams were insufficient in quan
tity and that the commissary charged
a higher price than the Chinese dealers.
There were many explanations and still,
ho stuck to his point that what he want
ed to know was why tho United States
could not sell yams as cheap as tho Chi
nese, dealers. Thero were observers of
the presidential method of questioning
who remarked that tho head of a nation
who would go so through the problem
of yams might sift any other subject
to the bottom. So all government em
ployees please make a note. Collier's
Government Coal Lands
It cannot be denied that tho president
is upon solid ground when he opposes
any disposition of government coal
lands which will enable corporations to
use them for extortion and oppressive
charges for ono of tho prirao necessaries
of life. Baltimoro Sun.
A RECORD BREAKER
In the good old days, tho days of
'49, teams of oxen passed through this
country and hard usage caused them to
bo pretty tough. Things aro changed
now and the good citizens of Globe do
not havo to eat bull beof of the ago
of a score of years or more. To cito
an illustration of tho veracity of this
statement it may be stated that the
Pioneer Market today slaughtered a
two-year-old steer weighing no less than
915 pounds. The animal was a record
breaker for the town, so far as size
and other general qualifications in the
way of beef are concerned.
This steer was ono of a bunch of sev
eral hundred that the Pioncor Aiarket
has had on pasture and fed on alfalfa
for tho past four months at Safford.
Aside from this particular quadruped,
there are many more to be slaughtered
for tho local trade of this market and
those who enjoy a go.od juicy roast or
a fine beefsteak will do well to call at
To Whom It May Concern
Notico is hereby givon that Certifi
cate No. G indorsing tho issue of one
hundred thousand shares of the cap
ital stock of tho Iron norso Mining &
Milling company, a corporation organ
ized undcp the laws of Arizona, to ono
F. A. Woodward, has this day boon can
celed on account of total failure of con
December 20, 1900.
O, W. WOY, Secretary.
IN THE PROBATE COURT
Of tho County of Gila,' Territory of Ari-
In the Matter of tho Estate of Goorgo
W. Wagner. Deceased.
Notico by Clerk of Day Fixed for Hear
ing Return of Sale of Real Estate.
Pursuant to an order of the Probate
Court, made on tho seventeenth day of
Docember, 1906, notice is hereby givon
that L. C. Wagner, administrator of the
estate of said deceased, made to tho
said court and filed in tho offico of tho
clerk thereof on said day, a
foturn of salo made by L.
C. Wagner, administrator, on the 17th
day of December, 1900, under a previous
order of said court, of tho following
real estnto, and for the following named
sum, to wit: An undivided one-half in
orest in and to three mining claims
known as the Columbus, Portland and
Copporopolisj ' consideration, thirty
seven and 50-100 ($37.50) dollars, ns
will more fully appear from said return
filed as aforesaid, and to which refer
ence is hereby mado for furthor partic
ulars. And notico is hereby further given
that Wednesday, the 2nd day of Janu
ary, 1007, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the
courtroom of said court, at tho court
house in Gila county, Arizona, has boen
fixed for hearing the said return, when
and where. any person interested in the
said estato may appear and file written
objections to the confirmation of the
said sale, and may be heard, and may
produce witnesses in support of such ob
jection. Dated Docember 18th, 1906.
P. 0. ROBERTSON, Clerk.
By H. Q. Robortson, Deputy Clerk.
Finest of service and all
the delicacies of season
SPECIALTY OP SHORT
HOP, YET & CO., BROAD ST.
Next to McDonnough's
Anderson & Blake
Fresh Cream and Butter
milk in any quantity. and
always, on hand
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
Married I He easily won tho girl he
wanted after ho had Van Wagenen
paint and paper his house. Como in
and see some of our late designs. You
may be lucky. Next door to postoffico.
CHAIRSI CHAIRSI CHAIRS!
Just received from the factory a car
of 3,000 chairs of all kinds and latest
pnttornsj dining room and kitchen
chairs, revolving 'office and counter
chairs and stools; rockers in varioty;
kitchen chairs, 00 cents and upward.
A close price for cash on my general
lino of house furnishing goods. J. P.
McNeil, opposite Miners' Union hall,
We. will sell our ontiro Roosevelt
business, including stock, building, fix
tures and water works. Inquire either
at Sultan Brothers at Globe, Ariz., or
Sultan, Newman & Co., Roosevelt, Ariz.
SULTAN, NEWMAN & CO.
Thi week cost salo of silks, satins,
embroidery laces and ribbons, corsets
and bustles at E. F. Kellner $ Co,
Wo havo sauer kraut and sweet pic
kles that will pleaso all 'the family,
Globo Market; Murphy.'s.
Dorchester Bourbon, fine goods, aged
and just the thing for what fils vo'u.
Parties wanting brick can have their
wants promptly supplied by leaving
thoir orders at tho office of
GIBSON & HENDERSON,
Mines nnd Stock Exchange, Globo, Ariz.
Is ono .of Globe's oldest and bet
known cafes; everything first-class in
hie line. Call and bo convinced.
Ladies, you can get good red, ripe
and juicy apples and cranberries at
Murphy's, tho Globo Market. Order
whilo they aro fresh.
Good watches and reliablo. repairing
at Rubottom's, north of bridge.
The Globe Hardware Co.
TWO CARLOADS OF
The best line of
ever brought to
At the lowest
Call and examine this
stock before you buy
elsewhere. Prompt at
tention to all
The Globe Hardware Co.
JUR VERY BEST HOT BUST
it the itrongcit ana best hot blatt Hore made. Il Ii a
really wondeiful hcafr (will toU flrr jo hoar, with
!ulf a pall of toft coal). It will bum ANYIHiG-io
toll li too cheap or poor for It.
Hall the bcatinf power of coal fort up the chlraocf
it i, wbca ordinary
beaten are uied. In
the O. V. B. Hot
Blait, thli fii U ox
IdizeJ and burned to
, I Lift-up feed cover
that leu coal U
med and more
Thli li accom
ICJffUlM HHHH Hot Hint
aeejliainrBSII Draft which
takei in frcih
air at the top of
the itove, hc!
It to more than
6oo degrees and
forces it orcr
the upper lur
face of the
The (at il
Cadi lining J
than it ob
tained 1 n
, . . barn lets hart
CMI than t but burner, to heat the tame room. Il
(irei off a uniform heat and It absolutely air tijht.-
Don't worry about the price of hard coal. Thli Hot
Blait lolret the problem. Look it orer and tee for your;
aelf. It li made better m heavier la every way thaa
lay other tlmllar itov lold. See it before you boy.
7,16 Hot Blast Stove
will pay for itself in one sea-(',;.
son, by saving fuel
Jugt Arrived Two carloads of gi'
Heating Stoves, 4
Cooking Stoves and Steel Ranges, f.
Largest assortment of
STOVES in Globe
J. P. McNeil
Opposite Miner's Union Hall
Meals at Regular
Strictly Home Cooking'
Special attention given to
short orders ;'
W. B. Brackien, Prop.
It will be money in
your pocket to see our
store and compare our
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