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PRICES OF CANNED GOODS
One result of the law requiring can
packed provisions to bo genuino and
prepared in a wholesomo way is an
inercaso in their prices. Canned meat
prices have been raided, according to
a table published in tho Kansas City
Journal, ono of tho headquarters of the
canning industry, from 20 to J00 per
This must bo regarded as demonstrat
ing the need of tho law, for it will be
remembered that the packers succeeded
in getting tho cost of government in
spection nssumed by tho government.
All the packers have to do is to put
up their goods honestly and under san
itary conditions so that they can pass
the inspection. In order to do this thoy
insist upon tho necessity of raising the
prices to the consumer. This is 6quiva
lent to confession that they woro cheat
ing the consumers bofore, as was al
leged by health authorities who anal
yzed the stuff they were imposing on
the public. The prico of canned chick
en has gone up from l3 cents for a
dozen quarter-pound cans to $1.75, and
canned corned boof in half-pound cans,
from $1.25 a dozen to $1.90 a dozon.
Thoro has been no riso in tho prico of
chickens and beef cattle to warrant such
Hut the cheating has been stopped,
and the foul conditions of preparation
that formerly existed. The people pre
sumably are now getting what thoy pay
Tho superiority of the American peo
ple in some important respects may per
haps be open to reasonable doubt, but in
ono of the greatest and hardest require
ments of the Christian religion this na
tion may safely challenge comparison
with any other, says tho Washington
Tho command to love our oncmie and
to bo good to those who hate us and
despiteftilly use us, though apparently
impossible of obedience at times of
great stress, has met with such obedi
ence in .this countrv as has been ren
dercd totit;in no othor'land on earth.
No word in any English loxicon con
veys an adequato idea of the American
capacity to forgive. It is more than
phenomenal, and neither prodigious, tre
mendous nor stupendous measures it.
Therefore, the Post ventures the sug
gestion that cpithetical belaboring and
lambasting of Swcttcnhnm by tho
American press might well give way to
jjuoh charitablo treatjnent as would, if
well remembored precedents should be
followed, lead right up to affectionate
benedictions. Perhaps the most striking
example of our forgiveness of English
men was witnessed when, almost imme
diately after our terrible domestic con
flict, the heart of tho people turned lov
ingly to the man who, moro than any
other man, had done us harm. Of all
the public inen of Great Britain Wil
liam K. Gladstone was the last, with
tho single exception of John Bright,
from whom this nation could have ex
pected anything less kindly than hearty
sympathy. His life's record had com
mitted him to sympathy with tho causo
for which tho soldiers of tho Union
fought, tho exclusion of slavory from
every part of tho national domain that
was then free. Mr. Gladstone had it in
his power to do moro good than ho had
done in all his life, and tho peoplo of
tho Confederacy, as well as of tho loyal
states, would have been saved enormous
sacriflco of lifo and proporty had he
stood where his record committced and
sound policy required him to stand. His
encouragement of tho Confederacy pro
longed tho war and added many thou
sands of lives and millions of money
hundreds of millions to its cost. After
tho Htrugglo ended Mr. Glndstono con
fessed Jus fault, but oven before that
ho was forgiven. Tor years prior to his
death ho was to our peoplo tho most
beloved of his countrymen. This, al
though especially striking, is ono of the
many notablo examples of American
forgiveness of their British cousins.
Therefore tho Post submits that Swot
tonhnm, whoso offense is trivial com
pared with that of Mr. Gladstono, bo
spared further oxcorintion. Even if wo
were not in duty bound to forgive our
enemies as a fixed condition prccedont
to the indulgence of a hopo to bo our
selves forgiven, economy would admon
ish us to lot Swottonham havo a rest,
for the gomo is not really worth tho
"T prfMU"'i?'1"' a
TAT TT't'T.TKrft AT KTWORTOV 8
Grudging Acceptance of Rolief, Offered
hv Onr Tin At ' V
A beautiful sight to behold as tho
suu rose was tho Indiana and the Mis
souri steaming proudly up the harbor.
Thoro was no nationality or race feeling
in tho cheor that wonl up' along llio
miles of wreak fringed shore. Jjiko
great birds sending forth w brood thoy
lowered and dispatched their boats and
ono hastened to ovory point where sig
nals of tho Whipplo tolrt the. commander
of tho lleot that doctors, food, and help.
Ono boat carried an ofllcor to Colonial
"Wo offer men to pollco tho streqts,
bury tho dead, recover and attend tho
wounded, and rations for six thousand
for a month, with tent shelter for five
thousand as long im needed. '
Tho colonial sturutiiry gasped and
hemmed and hawed, while the stall
gasped twice. Tho offer was taken un
dor consideration aid lntor accepted as
to tho mou to iiolil.u tho streets. As t
am preparing this Jispnteb every avail
able blue-jacket a ail inarino is embark
ing to put oft to fihore, and from tho at-
titudo of tho man in power behind the
governor and frjm tho vacillating na
ture of the govci nmont, t feel sure that
their powers wAll bo brief. The first
British vessel that nrrives will spo
American sorvi(es declined with reluc
For tho refugees pf all, nationalities
the Amorican iijtvnl offieiitls did every
thing in their wor. Women who hai'
not in three dujs known a placo of re
pose fit for them wqrQ taken on board
the battleship?, at once aud fed and
given ovory r.ttontiou and comfort. A
boatload of coppcis full of colice, tinned
meats jif several sorts, cakes of ice, and
oven extra nlothing were at the dock in
half an hour and tho gloom and mi.su rj
rof the wretched placo had vanished in
Particularly invalunblo was tho
cheery presonce of Chaplain Gleason of
the Missouri, a man famous for his good
works. His psychological wonders 011
that dock will novor be forgotten.
Among other things ho learned of the
preferment which had been given the
English by tho English, and the preju
dice which had been shown ngaiuttt the
Americans. Ho began an inestigation,
and reported in a strong letter to Ad
miral Davis. I was with the admiral
when tho lottor was received, aud it
was plain that the high tide of anger
which had been spreading and swelling
through tho fleet with every boat that
came back from shore hud reached the
. Far from letting it deter him from his
plain duty the admiral immcdiatojycqn
trived that Americans should -lmvo jio
bettor treatment than any other nation
ality, and ondcavorcd to show particu
lar favor to tho British unfortunate,
and redoubled his offorts. to be onssisl
anco to the government. At this writ
ing I feel sure that what he docs will
merely result in deeper humiliation be
ing placed upon us later by the narrow
minded, short sighted and incomprehen
sible selfish men who are in tho scats of
power, yet havo almost no control what
soever. Kingston dispatch to tho New
Don't expect to find hone sense in
One taste of success is hotter than a
mouthful of defeat.
. It-'s easy to maka men believe the
things they want to believe.
A theatrical star by any other name
would bo just as self-important.
There are many touching incidents in
tho enreer of a chronic borrower.
Never judge a man by his stylish
clothes; perhaps his wifo paid for them
Some men treat thqir wvea kindly
becauso they are afraid to do other
Heaven will possess smaU attraction
for some women if there are no bargain
Tho cheapest thing in California is
sunshine, and the cheapest thing in
Kentucky is moonshine.
Some men aro born small, spine shrink
and somo others novcr find, out how jeal
ly small they are.
If our-good intentions. touJd only be
used for paving material in this world,
what a saving it would bo for tho tax
payers. Chicago News.
Big Offices for Negroes
President Roosevelt will havo an op
portunity of putting to tho test those
senntors who have proclaimed their un
dying affection for the negro. Ito has
long wanted to mane some appointments
hi tho north, where meritorious negroes
havo been available for government ser
vice, but always reasons havo been ad
vanced why negroes should not' get im
portant places, and generally thby have
Tho attitude which has been taken up
by a nuinbor of senators over the
Hrownsvillo order would indicate that
the tiino is ripe for giving some thor
oughly equipped negroes important fed
Just where theso appointments are to
bo made is not known, but it is said
by those who share tho president's con
fidence that ho will mako sevoral ap
pointments in the north whidh he long
has had in mind.
It is said one of tho appointments
contemplated is for Ohio. Foraker's
atato is Ohio. Washington dispatch to
ew 101k Times.
Modern Schoolgirls' Sports
Mrs. Humphrey Ward, prosiding at
tho education conference, said that she
was seized with an almost conuc sqnso
of tho difference bptween this gqnpra
tion and tho hrtt in regard to the
recreation of girls, K
Tn her school days there was, sho
said, a rapturous game called "Tig,"
but by tho ago of 12 these joys woro
de,nd for hpr, and exercise meant ,only
1110 iwo-anu-two parade, tuo lone row
of marching schoolgirls which George!
Meredith described as "that Sunday
dead march called a walk," when ono
wns allowed "to shove tho .legs along,
ironically naming it annua! exorcise."
With what wondor should thoy have
looked on at the hockey, tennis, lacrosse
and crickot of a modern girls' school.
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Shoriff of Navajo County Rounds Up
Clovor 'Crook Who Ib Wanted in Sov-
eral Territorial Towns Was Formcr-
. - -
ly Agent for Southern Pacific.
A message was received this morning
by Sheriff Call Haydon from tho sheriff
of Navajo county stating tint J. I
Sullivan la under nrrosfc thoro, says th
Sullivan is charged with tho theft of
a diamond and is wanted hore. Too
ofitcors havo boon looking for him for
Sullivan wns night agent of tho Sou
them Pacifio company at Sentinel
around tho depot and that otlice also
earried with it the duties of Wells Far
go express agent.
A (lianu)ud--ring said to be vnluod
at $200 was rjeived in the otlice thoro
and never reached the person to whom
it was coiyognod. It wns sent O. O. D.
"Upon, failure to recoivo tho mone.v
for tbd ring in the duo courso of time
tho company sending it began an in
qul'y and us soon as word was received
at Sentinel by Da' Agent Vaugh, Sul
Ho canio to Mesa, whoro he was 0111
ployed for a time. Just about tho time
1 the ollicers decidod that ho was tho man
wanted mid convoyed word there Sul
livtiu disappeared from Mesa.
Ho showed up at Seligman where he
was employed ns operator for a time
and where he was later located. A pe
cial officer of the Wolls Fargo company
passed through hnro a week or twr ago
to go to Seligman for tho purpnto of
arresting the suspect. 'When lit got
there Sullivnu hnd disappeared.
In the meantime descriptions of th
man had been sent throughout tho t-r
ritory and yesterday mi operator an
swering his description was arrested iu
Sheriff Haydon and Wood of Nnvijo
county are exchanging telegrams an I
if it is found that the right man is 1111
dor arrest up thore he will bo brought
to this city, as Sentinel is in this conn
ty. Sentinel is a flag station on The
Southern Pacific road near Gila Bend.
STARTED ON HONEYMOON
IN SIDE DOOR PULLMAN
Found by Lowell officers in a box car
and arrested on the charge of vagrancy,
Kate Wallace and Charles Beaumont
were yestorday fined in Justice Greet 's
Lowell court. They claimed that they
had just been maried and that the,
were about to take the pine box tour
ists for thefF honeymoon. Thnt was as
plausible as any other tale they might
have told and It might havo been so
But thoy had no niarringo certificate,
so they were hustled into tho most cen
tral depths of tho bast lie, there to Ian
guish until brought beforo his honor
Thoy made n flimsy defense and their
conviction as vagrants was easy, they
having no money or visible means of
Tho woman, Kate Wallace, is well
known as n character about Lowell to
thoNofiicors in tho suburban district.
Her companion has of late been acting
the rolu of hanger-on about Lowell sa
loons. .Bisbee Jloviow.
FATHER. OF HOVAL
SMITH PASSES AWAY
Word was received in this city on
Sunday to tho euect that John Smith,
father of Hoval A. Smith, has died at
the family home in St. Ansgnr, Iowa,
after an illness which lasted six
months, says the Bisbee Review. At the
time of his father's death Mr. .Smith
was on his way to Bisbee and had
reached El Paso. Ho was notified by
tqlcgraph and returned at once to his
Several weeks ago Smith was notified
by his relatives that his lather was
very HI, apd advised to return home.
Ho left at once for the east and re
nuiined at tho family homo lintil a few
days ago, when the physicians thought
there was a slight improvement, nnd as
lr. Smith had important business which
required this attention, he came west
with the intention of returning homo as
soon as possible. Tho day after his de
parture a chango for the worse set in,
nnd the end .followed" quickly.
Clothes Made the Man
Private William Carson, U. S. M. C,
of tho battleship New Jersey, got all
the honoj-s due a captain today when
lie paraded about tho city in tho uni
form of Captain William H. Parker.
In tho absence of Captain Parker.
Carson attired himself in tho officer's
full dress uniform, packed tho captain's
suit case, donned the captain's great
coat, and went ashore at the navy yard.
All through, the yard ho got salutes from
enlisted men and officers, nnd returned
them with dignity.
At the maih gate this corporal on
guard jumped to attention and saluted.
"Quito cold this morning, corporal,"
said Carson, to which tlio corporal po
litely assented with: "Ycs,jir." Then
ho remarked to some of his privates
that "that Captain Parker of tho New
Jersoy is a decent follow, not too stuck
up to be pleasant to enlisted men."
Carson tonight succumbed to tho con
viyiality of the West aud and wns
pinched. Boston dispatch to the Now
Nothing is easier than safo stealing
not stealing safes. All you need is
sangfroid and plenty of daylight. I
told you of tho man who sfolo an iron
jack in Sixth avenue between 12 and
I o'clock. The workmen on a.now stinl
constrnpMnn worn :.. i.:. i
meal when a chat, in tho carb of a
laborer picked up tho jack from' tho
Bidowalk and strolled off with it on his
shoulder. It woighod noarly 300 pounds
and neither ho nor' the jack were ovor
hoard of 'afterwards. Fifty men saw tho
act but everyone supposed ho was at
tending to tho business of tho4 contrac
tor. Now York Press.
Phone in your want ads. Main 231.
DAILY ARIZONUSILVER BEL!
Plums for tho Pacific Lino
ITow will congress ltko to seo tho .pres
ident prosecuting llarriman as a law
defying magnate, and at tho same mo
ment urging a gift to him out of the
tronsuryf This is among tho consider
ations which mako it certain that tho
subsidy bill will bo bitterly fought in
tho houso. Now York Evening Post.
Oh, 1 could kill in sovernl ways
AVith merry zest, '
'flip fellow who "evolved thnt phrase,
"The Middlo West."
THE CUESE OF INDIA
CASTE, WHICH FIXES THE STATUS
OF EVERY HiNDOO.
Ko Man Cn IlUi- From the Class,
How-pier Uiiclrnu, la Which Ho
W norm !ellier Wealth Nor Suc
cess AflTeeto the Cnste of Any One.
In the fixed scnle'of descent In India
some classes are merely Inferior, while
some are "unclean" or "untouchable,"
but from whatsoever class a inau be
bornMn ho bus no escape but death
Children bom In an "unclean" caste
remain "unclean;" children born In an
Inferior caste ronmin us their fathers
were. Nothing that they can do can
In the slightest' degree change their
situation. They were born "unclean;"
their ancestors were "unclean;" their
descendants will be "unclean" till tho
end of the chapter.
To give a few Illustrations from
many, a weaver Is less "unclean" than
a carpenter, a carpenter Is abovaa
house cleaner, 11 house cleaner Is above
a street cloaner, and a street cleaner Is
above a pariah or no ensto innn. Every
trade or occupation has Its exact place,
arbitrarily fixed, Iif the scale of degra
dation. Above all the men thnt labor with
their hands In whatsoever wuy are
the tradesmen and shopkeepers, also
with subdivisions Into classes; above
the trdesmcn Is the useless and now
almost Idle warrior class; above the
jvnrrlors Is the Brahman or priestly
class, and with these grand divisions
tho structure of the system Is com
plete. Wealth or material situation or suc
cess has nothing to do with the caste of
any man. You may hire for your cook
or vnlet a Brahman of the purest stralu
serene, who for weeks before you en
gaged lilm may have been on the verge
of starvation. The meager beggar to
whom 1 you toss nlms In the road may
be of a very high caste. The well fed
groom, resplcndcut In gorgeous livery,
flashing by on a carriage that covers
the beggar with dust. Is very likely of
a caste a mile below the beggar. Time
no more than effort can break down
those walls of division. One of tho
wealthiest and most distinguished fam
ilies In Calcutta, the famous Tagore
family, lost caste about two centuries
ago. Members of this family have re
ceived honor from U10 government,
have conferred great benefits upon city
and country and have been noted for
their numerous churltles and benefac
tions. One exerted himself all bis life
to further native education. Another
helped to endow Calcutta university.
All are enormously rich, and all bear
enviable reputations for goodness, hon
esty and philanthropy. But the wall of
caste has never fallen for them. They
are still hated and avoided by their
countrymen exactly as they were ut
the beginning of their exclusion. In the
streets of Calcutta Is many a ragged
artisan that would not sit on the sume
bench with n Tagore or touch the end
of his robe.
Pain, suffering, penury, even death
Itself, Is nothing to the Hindoo com
pared with the loss of custe. Many a
Hindoo that In the old days would
yield nothlug to the most fiendish tor
tures quickly surrendered his secrets
when threatened with something that
would contaminate him 11 piece of
cowskln, perhaps, or a glass of water
that had been touched by n pariah. In,
I suppose, thousands of cases persons
that have hopelessly lost their caste
have abandoned their homes and wan
dered miserably along the roads until
death overtook them. Thousands of
others have thrown themselves into tho
Ganges or deliberately starved.
Three Brahman girls who had been
degraded by a Mussulman went beforo
a sjudge to demaud vengeance and
when the Judge declined to interfere
killed themselves in the courtroom.
At a town called BuJ Buj n widow
lost caste by falling In love with a
man beneath her. As loss of caste by
one member of tho family degrades
the others also, her eldest son Imme
diately swallowed poison and died,
"nnd his remaining lirethren fled the
A husband shares a wife's degrada
tion. A wife goes down the steps with
a husband. For more than 100 yeurs
a Brahman family of Santlpur has
been outcaste because ono member fell
In love with"" the daughter of a shoe
maker. Charles Edward Russell In
Hero is n curious couplet which Illus
trates In ono sentence tho vnrlous val
ues of the combination "ough" and
shows how strikingly Inconsistent are f
tho spelling and pronunciation of some
English words. Tho lines may be sup
posed to be the words of an invalid
who had a strong will and was deter
mined to live In spite of his ailment:
Though thff tough cough and hiccough
ploughed mo through.
Yet p'cr llfo's lough my course I will
not nnd Cola.
Pete Persimmon Yeas, Ah reckon
Ah am fated to bo a bachelor. Ah
lubed a gal once, but she throw cold
Tratali on mah suit. Henry Ham
Well, dat's bettah den gettln makled
en habln' yo' wife throhot watah on
yo suit Dat's what mine does ebry
time I stay out after 10. Chicago
The Caane of Trouble.
She I can't understand why Lord
Busted wants a divorce. His wife had
half a million when he married her.
He Yes, and she's got every penny
of It still. That's the trouble. Pick-Mc-Up.
Cons taut complaints never get pity
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The Silver Belt Want Ads.
have been proven to be the
quickest way to make your
wants known. Just try 'em.
WANTED To rent a piano.
1'eare, Silver Belt.
WANTED GUI for general houso work
at Murphy's boarding house, North
WANTED Promoter and operator for
9leven compact equipped gold and
copper mines on pay basis. E. P.
Kelluor, Globe, Ari7
WANTED To rent, a
room house furnished,
three or four
Address P. O.
WANTED Ten thousaud shares Inspi
ration. Lock box 622, Globe, Ariz.
WANTED Position by an experienced
hoistman. Address Engineer, care of
WAITED A small furnished houso
clobc 111 and reasonable. Address E.
L. P., this ofiico.
Silver Belt Want Ads. nrlng results.
Silver Belt want nils brines results.
photographs .are the
Sec Mack and Jim at tho Wengo t:i
Read the Suvcr"T3elt Ajwnys up to
This Mercenary Age ,
"Mr. Borcm is in the parlor, miss."
"Has he anv flowers or candy with
' ' No, miss. ' '
"Tell him I'm out."
Genuine imported Swiss cheese at the
Globe Meat Market,
Budweiser and Blue Ribbon bottled
beer at McDonough 's.
Money to loan on good security. AdJ
dress w., px ail, city.
"I was just wondering."
"What were you wondering about
this timet "
"Will they have lorgnettes in heaven
to hand around to the elite f"
If you want something extra nice in
wall paper, got to Ryan's.
First-class work at bed rock prices.
Buxton & Mcrntt, tho painters.
Bread, cakes and pies delivered to
any part of town by the Star Bakery.
Anything in tho way of mixed drink
can always be had nt McDo rfough 'e.
We have a fresh lot of dill pickles.
The Globe Market, Dennis Murphy, pro
prietor. Tho Substitute
"Is your husband kepeing his prom
ise to abstain from drinking?" nsked
"Oh, yes, faithfully," replied Mrs
"Are j'ou sure? Tt's pretty hard for
a man to resist tho temptation."
"Yes, but ho tells me he's found a
substitute which he cats whenever he
feels tempted to take a drink; and what
do you suppose it is? Cloves!"
Decorate Your Homo
Go to Ryan's for a varied assortment
of wall paper.
The GJobe Steam Laundry is now in
full-operation and prepared to do all
kinds of laundry work promptly and
satisfactorily. Orders receive prompt
attention. Work called for and deliv
ered in any part of tho city.
G. BOUSE, Proprietor.
Twenty-seven year old cognac' in the
original package. Tho fiuest to bo had
for medicinal purposes. McDonough 's.
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Office rooms, 5-7-9 Trust building. Of
fice phone, Main 1811. Residence phone,
H. C. Hopkins
U. S. MINERAL
Let the Baker Do the Work!
THE WAGON WILL CALL AT YOUR
HOME WITH A FULL LINE OF
BREAD, PIES AND PASTRY.
:-: A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING ;-;
LET THE BAKER DO THE WORE
WANTED Dining room girl who un
derstands taking short orders. Min
ers Boarding House, Noftsger hill.
FOR RENT Two-roomed house suita
ble for batching. Inquire Becond
house south of oil Hill street bridge.
Mrs. J. L. Knipfel.
TO RENT Furnished room in private
family. Phono J301. Mrs. T. Har
vey Harris, Sout liliill street.
FOR RENT A three- room house close
in. Inquire of Mrs. Alfred Kinnoy,
opposite. Kinnoy house. f
FOR RENT Three-room houso with
water. Inquire of deorge Schmidt,
North Olobo on Black Warrior road.
FOR RENT After February 1, the Ba
zaar store building,. 18x00, good base
ment nnd fine show windows. Apply
to Owen McKevitt.
FOR RENT An unfurnished room,
East Globe. Apply Treasurer's office.
FOR SALE Large steel range and hot
water tank. Mis. J. Harvey Harris,
Hill street opposite SouthNtchoolhouse.
Silver Belt want ads brings results
Phono in your want ads. Main 231.
Wo have a fresh lot of cholco dill pic
kles. The Globo Market, Dennis Mur
Wo havo sauor kraut and sweet pic
kles that will please the family. Globe
Her Ultimate Aim
Mr. Ascum Old Munniman saams to
be quite attentive to Miss Grabbins.
Miss Ohellus So I hear.
Mr. Ascum I suppose she has great
hopes of being his wife soon? '
Miis Chellus No, I think her great
hope is that she will be his widow soon.
Get yonr cheeso at Murphy's. It's
nice and wholesome. Swiss and limbur
gcr imported cheeso at Murphy's.
Stage to Gibson Mine
Stage will leave each Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday mornings at 9:30 a.
n from Barclay & Higdon's corraL,
Farmer Meddergrass I set my boy
Hiram to Ha win' some wood this morn
in'. Farmer Nabor Did yerf I'll send
my boy Silas over to help him, if yc
Farmer Meddergrass No, don't you
do itl I want tho job did in a hurry.
Go to Ryan's
When" you want magazines, confection
ery, books, stationery, ammunition or
graphophone records. Souvenir postals
Is one of Globe's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class in
lur line. Cull and be convinced.
Ascum Did j'ou ever notice anything
funny about his conversation?
Knox Funny? Why, I should say
not. Thero's absolutely no poinfto it.
Ascum That's tho funny jmrt of it.
Having no point to it, how is it that it
bores so quickly?
We havo sauer kraut and sweet pic
kles that will please all tho family.
Globe Market; Murphy's.
They Only Exist
"What's become of your bookkeep
er?" "He's gone to New York to live."
"You mean he's gone to New York."
Sultana Rebokah Lodge No. 5 meets
tho second and fourth Mondays of each
month. Visiting members cordially in
vited. Not Lovelorn
"Johnny, do you love your teacher?"
"Why, I'm astonished."
I'Anr lirlmt'c l.n n)
down slxjoys. "
The finest line of wall papers ever
shown in Globe. Buxton & Merritt.
W. R. NORTON Arehitect
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
Friday, February 1,1 907
FOR SALE Complete housekeew.
.....fit .1 r, .. ."Mil
FOR SALE-Two lots. Pas t
Mrs. C. E. Fruin, second door Z
PnscYio hrirlo-o t
LOST AND FOUND
PnilWn A hni.nl. e !...- 1 .
postoffice. Silver Belt office.
T.OSIT fin i-storf Wuriun T-i
Straco lull and Globe, large hun 8
of bedding, coat and vest in bunl
with letters addressed S. W. Bil
Tcviston, Ariz. Leave at Shat 1
livery stable and get pay for trod
Two horses on Friday night, Januan
23. One roan with black mane as$
tail, near 20 years of age, about fift,
Branded on right shoulder with kt
ters A & M connected and on ef,
with figure fl, barred.
The other, a buckskin, claybank, v
low, with yellow mane and tail, aW
8 years old and fouiteen and onet,
hands high. Branded with O. M
right thigh and figure 8 on loft sh0u.
I will pay $10 for information lcadu.
to their recovery.
J. BOYNE HENDEK.SON
, Roosevelt. Ar
Go to Buxton & Merritt for the fe
line of wall paper and house Uecun
tious of every description.
'"I noticed one of the papers nn
account of last night's concert speau
of the soprano's high notes as 'full
warmth.' Do you think that's ro
rcct?" asked Miss Cereus.
"Why not?" replied .loakley. "Thn
como upper register, you know."
uauius, you can get goou rea, ri
and juicy apples and cranberries t!
Murphy's, the Globo Market. Orda
while they are fresh.
nisi received a canoau oi ti.c ven
latest designs iu wall paper designs of
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U)07. Buxton & Merritt.
"Somo doctors contend that onioa
arc good for weak nerves. Did vot
ever hear that?"
"No, but I can readily imagine that
they'd be good for ikweak breath
f Dorchester Bourbon, fine goods, agel
and just the thing for what n'is voi
McDonough 's. ,
We carry everything a lady needa u
wear. The People's Store. - Twentj per
cent discount on ladies' swell coats,
suits nnd skirts.
Read the Silver Belt Always up tt
Punishment to Fit
To fit his thieving hardihood,
His meanness small and rank,
The man who jumps" his board bill
Bo made to walk tho plank.
Our snow white home-rendered lirl
cannot be beat Globe Meat Market
Got in out of tho dust and drink tin
biggest beer in town at the Wedge
Brick! Brick 1
Parties wanting brick can have theur
wauts promptly supplied by learitg
their orders at the office of
GIBSON & HENDERSON,
Mines and Stock Exchange, Globe, Ant
Your True Optimist
"Bunker deserves a great deal "f
credit. No matter how things go, t
always says he can't complain.'
"Nothing particularly commendable
about that. The man who deserves crw
t is the maw who can complain, bst
"Live and let live." Union Casi
Market, C. Musgrave, proprietor.
Wo carry everything a lady nceilJ t
wear. Tho People's Store. Twenty p
cent discount on ladies' swell coa".
suits and skirts.
Silver licit Want Ads. bring results.
Upstairs, Oates-Wightman Bldg.
west of the Court House. ' ,