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Saturday, January t2i67
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
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1Philopher Makes Up His Mind
Not to Rim For the
HE INDULGES A LITTLE.
'Waats to Apologize to the Cat and His
'Mother-in-law Country Can
Keep on Calling.
'Copyright by McCluro Nowspaper Syndi
cate. " k FTEIi dinner Mr. llowser obscrv-
' f ed tliat he ,md ,liul n sltRllt
AA Boro throat nil Uay ami that ho
would go over to the drug
. atora and get fcomo chloride of potash
aa-a remedy. Thin was at 7 o'clock.
.At 8. he had not returned. At I) Mrs.
Bowser had begun to wonder If ho
. had been hit by a street car and how
he would look walking around with a
wooden leg. At 10. as she was feel-
'tag quite certain that she would hear
of hlru next In the hospital, she heard
-some ouo puttering at the front door,
,and after a long, minute Mr. Bowser
entered. In attempting to take otf
hla overcoat he fell against the wall
with a baug, and In hanging up his
hat he almost pulled the hall tree
over. Ho dually got straightened up,
however, and came along to the sitting
room with a bland smile on his face
"Mrs. Bowsher, excuse me, please. 1
didn't Intend to shtay more 'n a ruin-
ute, but I met suotue friends you
know. Was my dearie lonesome whllo
I was gone?"
"Mr. Bowser, you have beeu drink
ing," she replied, after a long look at
his Hushed face.
"Only two glasses ginger ale, my
dear only two glasses. Met a feller
"X OlXiUCD UIU A HKD HEADED BON OF A
who was taking home n Jugful, and he
ahald I was no friend of his If I dldu't
drink two glasses. Where's our old
"What do you wnnt of the cat?"
Sorry For the Cnt.
Tvo been mean to that cat, Mrs.
Bowaher. I'vo called him names. I'vo
throwed bricks at him. I've tried to
i,urder him. I've got up In the night
With a butcher knife to cut his throat
from ear to ear. I'm sorry f'r it, and
ow I want to beg his pardon."
"You can do that In the morning. I
,want you to come to bed now. It is
after 10 .o'clock."
"Don't try to fool me, Mrs. Bowsher,"
he laughed as he reached over and
tried to,pat her cheek. "It's just shev
n o'clock, and I'll bet a hundred dol
lars to a cent on it. Do you think the
cat will ever forgive me?"
"If you will go to bed."
"I hope he'll forglvo mo I hope so.
When ho learns how much troublo I
have gone through In this world mebbo
he wili pity me. Where's tho cook?"
"In bed and asleep, of course."
Then I want you to go and wake
her up and bring her down here. I
want to beg her pardon. I have shald
hard things of that girl. I have shald
that she made slop coffee and tea. I
have shald that shu drank up' the milk.
I have Bhald that she wasn't worth $2
a year as u cook. I want to take It
"But you can't do It tonight," sho
protested. "I hope none of the neigh
bora saw you when you came In."
"I sheen sheven of our nayburs when
I came in and asked 'em if tlioy was
.'feelln' weller than usual. Mrs. Bow
aher, Is your mother hero?"
"Of course not."
"Then I want to telegraph to her. I
havo shald hard things about your
.mother. I have shald she was an old
cat. I have called her an old rip. I
have shald I hoped she would choke
herself to death. One night I got up
and got the crowbar and was goln' to
kill her. I want to beg her pardon. I
,want to shay she is not an old cat.
You get piece of paper and write it
out Shay that Mr. Bowsher Is shorry
end will never, never dp it again,
flhay that ho can't nleep nights for
tntnkln' about her. Shay that if she
don't forgive me"
"What nonsense! Mr. Bowser, I
.want you to como to. bed."
"do to bed at sheven o'clockl Not
much! Mrs. Bowsher, Is 'er iceman
"You know ho Is not. Shall I go up
and leave you here?"
"I want to b?g that Iceman's par
w Yan Wagenen at the PostofuYo storo
has a. large and fino lino of toys. Drop
in and seo thorn.
Silver Bolt want ads brines resultB.
Buy your fall suit at cost now at
Edwards & NefT.
Tr-?1 -2?8t of everything- in mixed
"drinks, Coney Island. ' '
Advertise In the Silver Belt.
don. 1 Blinlil ho cheated us In weight.
I shald ho was a robber. I shald I
would like to punch his head. Poor
manl I made him feel bad, and I want
to beg ids pardon."
"You can do that In the morulug,"
auswered Mrs. Bowser us sho took
him by tho arm and tried to get him
started. Ho took a stop or two and
then pulled back and sat down and
Wmitetl to Apologise.
"And there's tho milkman. What
did I shay to him?"
"Nothlug. You haven't soon him for
"N'ozzlngs? Dou't deceive mo, Mrs.
Bowsher. 1 know I met 'er milkman
and called him a robber. I told him
his milk was hnlf water. I called him
a red headed sou of a gnu. I shald I
could lick him with one hand tied bo
hind me. I want to shco him and beg
Mrs. Bowser sat down and picked
up n book and tried to read, and, after
brushing tears from his eyes, Mr. Bow
"And there'B you. I want to beg
your pardon. I have called you names.
I havo shald you tried to assassinate
me. I have kicked and been menu.
Can you over In your life forglvo me?
If you can't thc-n I shall go out and
"How could you be so foolish as to
drink too much!'' exclaimed Mrs. Bow
ser as she looked at hlin.
"Wlinz! Whaz shntl Drluk too
much? Shay, now, I'm s.'iober as a
Judge two Judges Ave Judges. Never
was so shober In my life."
"Theu come on to bed."
"I'll bo in bed 'lit two mluutes, but
I wnnt to talk a little tlrst. Is tho coal
"You know better."
The Coal JIuu Too.
"Zheu I'm shorry. Lust week I call
ed him a liar and a robber. Yesh, I
did. Shays I to him, shays 1, 'Shay,
coal man, you are the biggest rob' "
"But let It go until tomorrow. You
cau seo him then and apologize."
"But he's feelln' bad over what 1
shald, and 1 want to 'pologlzo tonight.
If he should die tonight tlduklu' I had
wrouged him I could never forgive
myself. Yesh, Hhlr, when ho brought
zhnt last coal I shald to him"
Mrs. Bowser roso up aud. began pac
ing tho room, nnd Mr. Bowser had a
brfef weeping spell aud then dried his
eyes aud said:
"And I want to .tell you 'bout polly
tlcks. You know, I've been say In'
zhnt I was goln' to run for nex' presi
dency? Yesh, shir, I've shald sho
right along. I've Bhald I was 'er only
mau to beat Itoosovelt or Bryan.
Haven't I shald zhat, Mrs. Bowser?"
"I believe you have," sho replied.
"I could snow 'em both under ten
feet deep. My country calls me to do
it. Llstenl Dou't you hear 'or call?"
"I hear a cat mlauliug in the back
yard, and If you are not coming to
bed I shall leave you here."
"Won't Iliin For Olllce.
"My country calls, but she can call
and bo hanged to her. I. am no sneak
in 'er bushes, Mrs. Bowser. I am goln'
to make Mr. Boosevelt or Mr. Bryan
feel bad. Hear me when I shay zhat
my name Is Bowsher Samuel Bow-
-sher aud zhnt I hereby aud hereon
absolutely decline to be a cnudldato
for 'er next presidency on any ticket.
Zhnt's flat. You can bauk on zhat.
You never knew me to He, did you?
Well, I ain't lylu' now. No, shir. 1
won't bo a candidate under any shlr
cumstauces." "But you'll come to bed?" t
"Under any shlrcuinstauce, Mrs.
"Then get up and come along."
But Mr. Bowser slowly nnd softly
and gracefully slid out of his chnlr on
to the floor and began to snore. Mrs.
Bowser turned all the gas out but one
Jet and went upstairs, nnd as the clock
struck 11 and then 12 and tho crickets
sang nnd the cats miauled and the po
liceman on the beat fell asleep Mr.
Bowser slumbered on with only tho
family cat for his guardian.
Couldn't Find Hlin.
Sir Robert Ball is an Irishman with
more than tho usual amount of hu
mor. Kven when a joke tells against
himself he Is quick to appreciate It.
Not long ago ho alighted at n country
railway station In Ireland, Intent on a
' lecture, nnd was surprised to find no
vehicle awaiting him. After a time a
servant npproached and Inquired if he
were Sir Robert Bnll.
j "Yes," said the genial astronomer.
t'Thcii tho man apologized for the de
"I was tould," he said, "to meet an
Intellectual looking glut." Pall Mall
Tho CoiiiIiik Sduull
Woman's Home Companion.
Not to lie Fooled AkoIii.
Alpine Innkeeper (to guest who has
paid his bill and Is taking a snapshot
of tho hotel) Well, I'm glad to seo you
oie taking away a little memento of
Guest Yes, I am doing It lest by any
chance I could make a inlstako and
come hero again. Wiener Caricatareu.
Tho Olobo National lu;ik lias received
hnndsomo calendars for 1907 and will
bo pleased to give one to anyone who
will take tho trouble to call.
"Live and lot livo." Union Cash
Market, C. Musgravo, proprietor.
All kinds of carncntors' tools at the
Globo Hardware store.
Advertise in tho Silver Belt.
WANTED By lady of experience,
copying, addressing or folding. Ad
dross A. C. B., Box 207, P. 0.
WANTED Situation by an cxporioncod
engineer. Address Frank Vail, box
210, care of Bohso.
WANTED Room with running wator
and oleutric light; private family. Ad
dress this ollli'e.
WANTED Situations for cooks, wait
ers, minors, muckers, teamsters, labor
ers, mechanics of nil kinds, etc., etc.
If you havo odd jobs of any kind
como to uho; wo enn supply you with
help. The Olobo Kmp. Agoiicy, room
4, over Brown's.
WANTED Position as cook. AddrosB
S. K., Silver TJolt oilicc.
WANTED Waitress at the Miller
hoarding liouso near the smelter;
Girls! girls! girlsl Wnntpd at Globo
Employment Olliee, room
WANTED To hire or purchase a whim.
Apply J. H. Lucas, Keeganbuilding.
WANTED Young lady wants to assist
at housework or general housework.
WANTED Second hand tout, cook
stove, bed spread aud springs. Ap
ply Silver Bolt.
WANTED A small furnished house
closo in nnd reasonable. Addross E.
L. P., this office.
WANTED A good copper prospect;
will lease nnd bond or do develop
ment for intorest. Address O. II. P.,
WANTED Promotor and operator for
eleven compact equipped gold and
copper mines on pay basis. E. V.
Kellner, Globe, Ariz.
WANTED A Job by a first-clans min
ing blacksmith. Inquiro Webster
While looking over tho only Globo on
tho globe for a good investment in lots,
homes, business property, business
clinnces, lodgiug or boarding house, give
us a call. We build you a home on in
stallments, rent houses. Our deals are
straight, our bargains good. Homo In
FOR RENT Furnished room, Nob
Hill, 2 blocks from Broad street. Ap
ply to Mrs. Reall, opposite G. M. Al
lison's. TO BENT Furnished rooms at the
Mnuzanita, noxt to tho Dominion
FOE RENT Will build a few cottages,
for ront in East Globe; call or
tonus. Globo Real Estate Office
FOR RENT A thrco- room house close
in. Inquire of Mrs. Alfred Kinney,
opposito Kinney house.
FOR RENT Three-room house with
water. Inquiro of George Schmidt,
North Globo on Black Warrior road.
Wheu you are looking for a good in
vestment in lots, homes, restaurants,
boarding or lodgiug houses, business
chance or location, give us a call. If
you wislt to build you a house ou in
stallments we furnish tho money. No
delay. Homo Investment Co.
FOR SALE-Two lots, Pascoe Hill.
Mrs. C. E. Fruin, second door west
FOR SALE Largo Columbia grapho
jthoue, two hundred needles, fifteen
disks, good order, $30. Inquire this
FOR SALE OR RENT Four-room
liouso in East Globo addition, well
furnished. Call at Globo Livery Sta
ble FOR SALE The property owned hy
Miss Borquez between Churles Tay
lor's rcsidoncc aud the Methodist
church. Apply to Miss A. Borquez,
817 West Tlnrty-ifecoud street, Los
FOR SALE Wo will sell our ontiro
Roosevelt business, including stock,
building, fixtures and waterworks. In
quiro either at Sultan Brothers at
Globe, Ariz., or Sultan, Nowman &
Co., Roosevelt, Ariz. Sultan, New
man & Co.
LOST AND F6UND
STOLEN Two norscs, one bay brand
ed II left shoulder, one white hind
foot, blazed face, very gentle; ono
Pinto lioise, branded dim on left
side, four whito feot and bald faco;
stolon from B. E. Williams, Copper
hill. For return of horses and riders
I will 'pay $50 and 'for return of
horses alone will pay $10.
LOST Bay maro with halter, branded
D. M. Pollard, wholesale grocer; re
ward. Box 1131.
LOST Pension papers, deed of Cali
fornia real estato and two stock cer
tificates of Globe Standnrd made out
to Jack Shcrwin. Leave at this of
fice. FOUND An Elks watch charm omblom
....on piece of ore. Owner can havo by
calling at Lr L. Henry's office.
QUICKEST, EASIEST AND OHEAP-
est way to sccuro work. Globo Em
ployment Agency, room 4, over Brown
FOR RELIABLE HULP tolephone 1701,
Globo Employment Agoncy, room 4,
over Brown storo.
Notice is horoby given that tho an
nual meeting of the stockholders of tho
Arizona Eastern R. R. Co. will bo hold
in tho office o,f tho company in the Hit
tinger Bldg, at Tucson, Arizona, ou
Tuosday, Jr.nuary 8th, 1907, at 2:30 p.
Dated at Tucson, Arizona, December
7th, 100G. CHAS. E. WALKER,
We are carryings- splendid assort
ment of cut glass" and imported Japan
ese and Chinese ware, Anything in this
line can be had at tho Old Dominion
store and tho prices will not scare you.
Silver Bolt want ads brings results.
Franz Lumber Co.
Lumber, doors, windows, paints,
oils, varnishes and cement. All
kinds of builders material
Sole Agents for Douglas Cement
Yards located on Railroad Street one block
west of the Court House.
A Chance fof every Lady to get a new dress for
WE HAVE RECEIVED A LARGE
CONSIGNMENT OF THE WELL
KNOWN NOERA SUITINGS AND
WE ARE OVERSTOCKED, AND IN
ORDER TO CLOSE THEM OUT WE
WILL SELL THEM FOR
THESE SUITINGS ARE FIFTY-SIX
INCHES WIDE AND ARE ALL
WOOL AND ARE WORTH DOUBLE
THE PRICE WE ASK FOR THEM
IN ALL THE LEADING COLORS.
SOME OF THESE ARE JUST WHAT
YOU WANT FOR YOUR CHILDREN
- " FOR SCHOOL DRESSES.
REMEMBER WE ARE MAKING A
REDUCTION OF TWENTY PER
CENT IN OUR MILLINERY DE
BARCLAY, HIGDON & CO.
Single and Double Teams
A Specialty made
W. R. NORTON Architect
Upstairs, Oates-Wightman Bldg.
United Drug &
Just received a large consignment
of the very latest
Victor and Edison Phonographs
We keep Records without end. Large and varied
assortment of sheet music on hand
Just north of bridge
Finest line of ART SQUARES ever ex
hibited here. Also a Splendid Assort
ment of RUGS, all grades and all prices.
COMING Will be here next week, four
carloads of mixed Furniture, the newest
styles and embracing everything.
J. PMcNeiU's Ktf
Hay, Grain & Coal
of Fine Livery Rigs
You may need
Before long. If
you do call on
0. R. Feist
The Broad street
chant and Expert
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