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Tuesday, February 12, jJ
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Published each morning oxcopt Monday.
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JOS. H. HAMILL, Proprietor
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Cash in advanco
Advertising rates mado known on application.
It looks as though Thaw's lawyers
are trying to prove an alibi for hjni
or rather for his mind.
The Arizona Blado is constructing an
other railroad in Pinal county on pa
per. May its dream eomo true.
It would be downright foolishness for
the yellow journnls to start a war with
Japan before the Thaw trial is com
A Texas man drank formaldohydo for
whisky and died. Strange that a nmn
living in Texas couldn't tell tho differ
ence in tho taste.
William .T. Bryan has adopted n Jap
anese boy, who is now a member of his
family circle. Wait till the news gets
to the .Pacific coast.
Just .to show that tho lid is down to
stay at -.Cananea, tho mayor of that
municipality has been removed for al
lowing a few games to run.
El Paso is enjoying the visit of an
English admiral nnd real lord, and tho
Pass City is already calling him bj' his
first name. Great town for sociability.
Carrio Nation has announced her in
tention of making her headquarters in
Washington. Sho cannot hope to attract
much attention in the national capital
while the senate is in session.
Thirteen hundred dollars have been
raised for a race meeting in Tucson.
Tho ancient burg is not dead yet, de
spito the closing of gambling and thousand-dollar
licenses for saloons.
Even if President Itooscvolt appoints
a negro customs collector for Cincin
nati, it will not wholly placato tho col
ored population of the country for the
dismissal of tho three companies of regulars.
out of 'the frankness nnd "depth of hi
soul, that unless it bo un nnd doing
smiting right nnd left, tho Jarft wiuTbotj
upon us boforo wo know it, land our
national independence bo promptly re
duced to a cipher.
And what does this outputs of thrill
win by way of roward from 'Iho coun
try? Praiso nnd thanks, as it Bhouldt
Not at all. There comes thai! chief of
iconoclasts, tho Now Orleans Slates, and
calls it "gabblo!" "dabble!" Gad
zooksj and also zounds! Whilt are wo
coming tof What's tho use 'of having
heroes, statesmen, nnd and things
things standing around, ready to savo
tho country, if tho. country is ta laugh
at them nnd cry, f gabble" Why
should a legislative battlcshipof tho
Richmond Pearson Hobson typo go.to.
tho tronblo and annoynnco of getting
himsolf oluctod to congress if ho is to
bo scoffed and sniggered about? ' Why
have war clouds at all, if such states
men are not to bp allowed to pull, tho
strings without sotting .tho,!fiallories 'in
n roar? '
For our part, wo hail tho captain ns a
truly great magician. Others may, have
called in vain upon the spirits of' tho
vasty deep, but whon Hobson calls they
come. Whon he leaps athwart a thun
derbolt and rides to glory or tho grave,
wo clap our hnndsjn admiration for1 the
very (boldness of tho thing. Other jessor
horoes may cry '"wolf,". whon,no'thing
moro than humming birds aro, flitting
from flower .to flower, but when Hobson
cries "wolf," wo know thnt there aro
not only wolves galoro on hand, but
bears nnd bobcats, nnd othor varm(nts,
Therefore, perhaps wo'd best prepare
for grim-visaged war. Tho Japanc'so
may not renlly want 'to fight, but it is
altogether probable that,, thoy would do
so in an omorgoncy, just to please Cap-'
tain Hobson thnt is, if nothing less
will make us biild a $200,000,000 navy.
SKKII.HI Mil II Hi-
Boston Financial Paper Takes Optim
istic View Says Phelps, Dodge Peo
ple; Regretted Giving Option and Will
Not Do So Again,
There is a town in Arizona called
Salome, but as yot we have heard noth
ing of any "argufying" as to whether
or. not it should be pronounced Salomoy.
Being a sort of new town, tho Salome
ites probably did not know that Oscar
Wiltlo wrote tho play.
It is shown by police statistics that
for every married man that gots behind
the 'bars there aro six bachelor offend
ers. El Paso Times.
This is a good showing for tho mar
ried man, considering tho provocation
which ho is ofetn subjected to.
Mirago Off Coney Island
Early marine obsorvors on tho snowy
beach at Coney Island yesterday morn
ing had a fine glimpso of air shipping.
Tho sun was about an hour high, tho
breeze light and tho sea had just onough
of a lop on to give a slightly scalloped
horizon. Strung out in order from the
sun track there was scon coming in a
tern, a fisherman's sloop, a schooner
with topsails drawing, and a liner mak
ing her way to tho main ship. channel.
This little fleet in tho oiling was hold
in a mirage which lifted every vessol
above the horizon by ton or twelve de
grees, nnd loft a strip of clear air be
neath every water lino. Thus floating'
in air, thoy stood up the. harbor on their
way like an argosy in tho air.
All at once something happened to
tho meteorology which had produced 'tho
vision, somo visible air current rolled
athwart tho line of vessels. -First tho
topsail schooner, then the, fisherman, and
last of all tho tern; one could almost
imagine tho splash, as tho ships of the
air returned prosaically to the ocean.
New York Sun.
Tho Atlanta Constitution "pre
sumes" thnt tho Arizona cowboy who
killed six Mexicans single-handed the
other day is ono of the original Koose
velt Rough Riders. Is impossible that
there is still ono who is not on the"
government pay roll? Washington
THE WARNING OF HOBSON
Of nil tho pesky and pestiferous indi
viduals that roam this mundane sphere,
the iconoclast, sometimes yclept "tho
knocker,'? is the most aggravating, says
tho Washington Herald. Ho meanders
about, and from tho reach of his ham
mer even our most cherished idols seem
Justj at this time tho animated bundlo
of-concentrated wisdom, Captain Rich
mond Pearson Hobson, is giving to the
country great gobs of nerve-racking in
formation concerning tho precarious
state of the ropublic. Mr. Hobson has
ransacked tho entiro historical loro of
tho land, and nowhere can ho find ovi
denco that there ever before existed a
crisis that parallols the awful probabili
ties of tho present. Ho can sight a war
cloud ujkhi the fairest summer day, and
ho can smell tho smoko of battlo long
boforo tho powder is manufactured or
tho bullots molded.
Just now the doughty little kingdom
of Japan, tho "right little, tight little
isle" of tho oriental seas, is troubling
the erstwhile moro peaceful sleop of tho
Alnbama warrior. Scarce passes a night
that the mikado does not-coino forth
nnd camp upon tho manly chest of Cap
tain Hobson. Dragons, snorting fire and
brimstone, aro. the stuff of which his
dreams aro made. For this proud and
glorious -republic of tho west, tho mol
nncholy captain sees nothing but utter
annihilation and ruin. Devastation and
despair are tho koynotes of his tale of
he plainly warns the country,
Off Oamo the Hats
It isn't hard to persuade women to
remove their hats in meotin', when you
know how to go about it. Harry K.
Shields, the singer, who assists the Rev.
R. H. Crpssfield, tho evangelist, in !his
revival meetings, knows how. This is
the way he did it at the First Chris
tian church, Eleventh nnd Locust
"Wo want a good song service this
afternoon," ho said, "but before begin
ning I want to ask" tho women in the
audience to join me in a breathing ex
ercise. You know to sing well you
must breathe well. First I will ask you
to raise your right ar and take a full
breath. Then put your hand on Ihe
back of your hat and remove ono hat
pin, then the second.
"Ah, I see you're taking them offi.
.Now lot's sing the first verso of No.
And tho women didn't mind it a bit!"
Kansas City Star.
A Strange Rite
Climbing a mountain daily to thrpw
fresh snow on tho body of a former
schoolmato in order to keep the corpse
preserved for interment is the loving
task which for wcoks Edward Schooley
and his wifo have pcrf,ormod in Inyo
county. Tho body is thaV of Raymond
Kelly, who, in a-rccent-mountain .storm,
died from exposure near a mining claim
at tho summit.
Schooley and his wifo were unable to
raise $250, tho sum demanded ;to remote
tho. body to Santa Barbara in tho winder
time, so thoy determined to keep it 'as
long as they could in thc.hig'h..altitudc,
and a friendly undertaker promised to
go to the spot in February.
Kelly lost his lifo whilo climbing tho
mountain and a comrade ran miles down
tho trails in tho snow to gqt aid. Tho
Schooleys responded, but-couldnot save
Kelly. They carried tho corpse a mtlo
down tho mountain trail and.buricd.it
in tho deop snow of a canyon temporar
ily. Santa Barbara dispatch toitho Chi
Wisdom is tho fruit of experience.
Look out for things that won't bear
A kiss on tho lips is wor.th,two on
Tho man who is always right is al-J
;s musance. j
Nothing pleases a little man moro
than an opportunity to act big.
A dend man is soon forgotten unless
lie uicu insolvent.
JJover judge what a .wqman ,w.ants to
do by tho thing she docs.
It's a lazy mart who lets his wifo
do all tho worrying for tho .family.
Give some men a dollar and tlTey will
beliovo anything you tell The'nii Chi
Tho nctivity which hns boon recently
stirring in the shares of Old Dominion
Mining company is duo to tho general
bottored condition of tho company and
to tho fact that ho question of control
hns iiCfrnjeonpractically determined,
says tho Boston Financial Nows.
Although the rumors thnt options had
been given upon tho Phelps, Dodgo con
trol gain curroncy ovory timo that thore
is any activity, these aro without foun
dation. The Pholps, Dodgo people, accordiug
to report, rogretted tho option which
was givon Lee, Jligginson of this city
and when tho option was not exorcised
thoy woro very much relieved.
It was stated at tho time thnt they
would "giva ino options on tho shnres, for
the present at any rate, and sinco the
ending of tho option many of tho causes
that woro potent in causing tho Phelps,
Dodgo pcoplo to give the same have"!
beon romovod or otherwise satisfactor
ily settled; so that, unless there should
be some unlooked-for occurrence the
Phelps, Dodgo interests would bo very
foolish to givo nnyono a chance to ac
quire control of tho Old Dominion nt
In the course of tho next eight months
there is certain to bo great apprecia
tion in the shares of tho company.
Tho fifth furnace unit is certain to bo
finished by the early spring mouths and
this will ndd greatly to the capacity of
tho company to handle a larger tonnage
of ore, as it will givo tho assurance of
four jackets operating steadily and a
fifth some of the time.
With tho addition of tho rovorbora
tory, which will bo added by midsum
mer, tho company should bo nble to
reduce tho cost of its copper consider
ably and likewise to increase the cfli
ciency of Its furnaces, as it will bo nblo
to .handle all its flue-dust nnd fines in
this unit, thorcby nffocting a consider
able saving in tho cost of its copper.
Tho mining conditions at Old Domin
ion nre considerably hotter than thoy
have over been, and this side of tho
property will bo considerably in ad
vance, of tho smelter end.
The .smelting side, of the plant, in
fact, could not keep up to the mining
end, oven if it had sufficient fuel to run
full head, but whilo the working plant
is not able to run up to its full capacity
the. working forco in the mino is making
excellent headway in getting tho new
sulphide bodies and tho west coun.tr
ground in condition lor active stoping.
Another point that will help Old Do
minion is tho decision of the Globe,
tGila Vnlloy & Northern railroad to build
the oxtonsion which was intended by
the Old Dominion company itself. This
extension will bo started just as Boon
as the spring weather opens, and will
be completed in rapid order. It will
givo the company an easy means of
transportation not only between its own
Continental, but also other mines to the
north of Globe proper, and will bring
to the company large tonnages of cus
Tho dividend which the company has
been in the habit of distributing was
withheld for tho purjwso of paying off
the. debts incurred in tho installation of
the underground pumping equipment
and tho smelter oxteusion. It is the
purpose of the company to pay off this
indebtedness, and just as soon ns it
does so it will be in a position to earn
With a production of 50,000,000
pounds annually, the Old Dominion will
havo no trouble in earning $10 per
share on its full capitalization.
Knowing these facts and believing
that Old Dominion will be able to pay
10 per cent on a purchase price of $100
a share, there has been buying of tho
shares by those who invest for tho long
Adventist Missionary Loses His Life
Trying to Cross Turbulent Stream op
Horseback Thought to Have Per
lshod in Quicksands.
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Tho Safford Journal gives tho follow
ing account of the death by drowning
of Rov. A. G. Bodwcll, who was well
known in Globo:
Last Tuesday the Rev. A. G. Bod
well, an Adventist missionary preacher,
came jo Soloiuonvillo from Tucson for
tho purposo, it is said, to visit a colony
of Advcntists living at Sanchez, about
eight miles above the county seat and
on tho opposite side of the river. In
his unxiety to reach his people tlic mis
sionary walked to San Jose, two or
throo miles above Snlamonvillc. There
he hired a horse and secured the ser
vices of a Mexican boy to pilot him
ucross the river. .
Mr. George Gamble had warned the
man not to attempt to cross tho Gila
as tho water was at tho langer line.
Nothing daunted, the minister started
on the perilous undertaking, having the
young Mexican on his horse to take the
lead. Tho boy knew the ford well Sand
instructed tho preacher to follow him
closely. The boy's pony encountered
somo quicksands and in the endeavor to
save himself nnd his animal practically
forgot his charge. The boy, with great
diflicujty, managed to reach the San
chez side of the stream. When ho looked
for tho man, who ho supposed was keep
ing up with him, he was no where to bo
Tho Mexican lad immediately return
ed and told what had happened. A(
onco a searching party was formed and
went to look for tho Jiian. After dili
gent search tho body of tho horse was
found about two miles below tho ford.
No trace of tho missionary could bo
The news of the drowning was "tele
graphed to tho wife of the dead man',
who came at once to Solomonville. Tho
.services of meu with boats were colun
teored and tho river was searched for
miles below .tho place where the drown
ing occurred, but the remains could not
There is but little doubt thnt the
horso and rider were engulfed by the
quicksands, the body of the horse, be
ing large was caught by the current
and washed down stream, while the life
less remains of the unfortunate mission
ary was buried deep in tho shifting
WANTED TO RENT Three or four
roomi cottage, furnished or partly fur
nished. Would prefer' location in tho
neighborhood of Ballground; perma
nent tenant, but rent must bo reason
able Call or address Foreman, Silver
WANTED Boy to carry smelter route;
must have a horse. Silver Belt.
WANTED Girl for general bouse work
at Murphy's boarding house, North
WANTED Promoter and operator for
sloven compact equipped gold and
copper mines on pay basis. E. F.
Kellner, Globe; Ariz.
WANTED To rent, a three or four
room house furnished. Address P. O.
WANTED Ten thousand shares Inspi
ration. Lock box 822, Globe, Ariz.
WANTED Position by an experienced
hoistman. Address Engineer,' care of
WANTED A , small furnished bouse
close in nnd reasonable. Address E.
L. P., this office.
Silver licit Want Ads. bring results.
WANTED Tour bridge carpenters with
tools at San Carlos; wages $4 per
day; long job. Apply P. Jones, Do
minion hotel, or on work.
WANTED To trade fine residence lot;
will take horso and buggy in part
payment. Homo Investment Co.
WANTED Boy -with pony to deliver
papers on smelter route. Call today.
WANTED Boy to carry papers,
quire at this office today.
WANTED Good" steady dining room
girl at Cozy restaurant; good wages.
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 second
house south of old Hill street bridge.
Mrs. J. L. Knipfel.
TO RENT Furnished room in privaU
family. Phone 1391. Mrs. J. Har
vey Harris, Sout hHill street.
FOR RENT An unfurnished room,
East Globe. Apply Treasurer's office.
TO RENT Nicely furnished room to
a lady. Apply fourth house left of
Bridge, Hill street.
FOR RENT After February l, t.
zaar store building, 18x00, goo -
AH Aft"i Kma Aln S .1 -
iiicui. uuu iiuc buu TV1UUUW8, 1
10 uwen AicKevitt.
FOR SALE Large steel range aojv
water tank. Mrs. J. Harvey ,,.
Hill street opposite South schoolW
FOR SALE-Two lots, Pascoe
Mrs. C. E. Fruin, second door
. Pascoe bridge.
ion baxiU iiousenom and nA
iiiuiiuie ut it. jvciiiier more
deuce. Come soon.
FOR SALE One white enamel btlj
eluding springs, in first-class f0,l
lion, ino .1. is. Alien resident J
cioor norm Arizona steam Jaunfo
LOST AND FOUND
lost A watch charm K. of c..
r.i"i.'ft.t r .ia (ii.Ia CI 1) Il
side. Finder please return to cm
wild nt .Kinney house.
LOST Two bay mares, one dark,
ono -light colored; both bramieJ 1
on right shoulder and S on left i
Notice is hereby given to all fi
ills, rangers and Arizona conbon
please be on the lookout. -These ti
drivo either double or single ani-f
extra fast. Address C. Butler, C.I
A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING
Of the Globe Concert band, assisted by
Mcsdames Hegardt and Coombs, Misses
McCurdy and Edwards, Messrs. James
and Richards, Friday evening, February
15, l'J07, in Dreamland. Admission:
Adults, i"0c; children, 2.1c.
A clean entertainment at the Dime.
photographs are the
See Mack and Jim at the Wcugt ea
Bank outfit and household furniture
for sale by E. F. Kellner.
Get the Dime habit.
FEET HI LIVE
Thrco Miners at Dene-Arizona Take a
Long Fall in Cage Will Recover, but
Two Havo Knee Caps Broken and
Will Be Cripples for Life.
iC. Reflections of a Bachelor
A woman is as careful not to show
her age as above her shoes.
Some men are so reckless they try to
support a wife and an automobile, too.
Jf they paid clergymen for preaching
the way they do for marrying it would
bo a pretty good job.
A mother is sure tho only thing that
Keeps her son from being president is
that his looks don't- take more after
When a woman writes to an old
schoolmato about tho first now house
her husband has rented, sho counts in
tho china closot, tho pantry, cellar stairs
and coal bin as guests' rooms. New
Dashing to the bottom of the shaft,
carrying three miners, a cago fell 100
feet at the Dean-Arizona mine at Bis
bee. Con O'Neill and Dan McEwen
had their kneeenps broken, whilo Her
bert Colgin, the third miner, escaped
with only slight injuries.
Defective "dogs" under the cage is
believed to have bene tho cause of- it
falling. The cago carrying tho three
men left the 1,100-foot level, going to
the 1,000-level. It was stopped, tho reel
loosened and the men were just in tho
act of leaving the cars when suddenly it
As soon as it hit tho bottom assist
ance was called and the men were put
on the cage and taken to tho top. An
ambulance was called and the men were
taken to tho Copper Queen hospital
where their wounds were dressed.
It was announced by (the attending
physicians ,that the wounds of O'Neill
and McEwen will permanently cripple
The accident occurred Thursday of
ternoon at 2 o'clock .and tho cause i
unknown. That tho men escaped death
is miraculous. It is believed by tho
men working at the mine that a rock
or gravel prevented one of tho "dogs-"
from working, tho other holding tho
cago momentarily, then letting it" drop.
TWIN BUTTES MAY
ERECT A NEW SMELTER
Money to loan'on good security,
dress W., Box 971, city.
If you want something extra nice in
wall paper, got to Ryan's.
We receive Kansas poultry twice n
week. Globe Meat Market.
First-class work at bed rock
Buxton & Merritt, the painters.
How was the DimeT Fine! Fine.
Bread, cakes and pies delivered
any part of town by tho Star Bakery,
.. . .Quite So
"Pa, what is penury?"
"Tho lot of Ttl)o average man, my'
son, who tries to earn l'ils living'bV'his
Silver Belt Want Ads. bring Results.
Thorc is a strong likoliho.od that the
Twin Buttes pcoplo will build a smelter
near the mines in Pima county. It has
had this matter under consideration for
a long timo, but no definite action has
been taken thus far.
It is very likely also that tho Twin
Buttes will extend their railroad to
reach tho Calumot & Arizona properties
in thnt district, as well as several other
properties in tho district. Tho entiro
district about Twin Buttes is coming
rapidly to the front and tho properties
have now reached sufficient sizo to jus
tify tho extension of tho railroad to
somo of them. j
All of tho new machinery which was
recently purchased by tho Twin Buttes
has been set up and is now ready for
operation. Tho now machinery will
greatly facilitate mining operations and
tho development work will go ahead
Tho ore shipmonts to tho El Paso
smelter havo beon resumed. The ship
monts will avorngo six or sovon cnrlriadtf
of oro per day, which will bo nearly
triplo the oro shipments from this prop
erty in tho past.
Thus far the Twin Buttes have ship
ped 319 carloads of ore to the smelter,
which yielded 700,000 pounds of coppqr,
11,000 ounces of silver, as well as gojd
and jron values. "
T.he now hoisting machinery whoch"
hns .been installed will hoist a car ot,
ore every lour minutes. Xho oro cars
havo a capacity of ono and one-half
Mnvor Rose will lnnvn tnr Xfilivniilrna
'Thenth,eninenial. knew that he hnd a within a few days to,attend the meeting
I, Frank Allen, will not bo responsi
ble for any bills contracted by Mrs. M.
E. Allen. FRANK ALLEN.
February 5, 1907.
Choice cut flowers, direct from the
hothouse. Call at Western Union office.
"Here," growled the v copy reader,
"you write of 'chortling.' fhero's no
"Isn't, eh!" replied the reporter,
"then how nre you to describe tho act
of tho man who chortlesf "
Meet me at the Dime tonight.
Cucumbers, lettuce, asparagus and
grapes just received. Scoble, Sobey &
AH those knowing themselves in
debted to the Del Monte restaurant are
requested to make settlement on or bo
foro February 1G. Otherwise accounts
will be placed in the hands of an at
torney for collection.
A. P. BANICEVICH.
E. F. Kellner wnnts first mortgages,
"I went home cornedlast night."
"And what did your wife dot" '
"Oh, she beefed."
The Dime will be ready soon.
Get in out of the dust and drink the
biggest beer in tofyn at the Wedge.
Parties wanting brick can have their
wants promptly supplied by leaving
their orders nt the office of
GIBSON & HENDERSON,
Mines and Stock Exchange, Globe, Ariz.
" "Twas ever thus," T said ono day,
"I've seen my fondest hopes decay."
"Your pardon, friend," a stranger
"Didst ever use formaldehyde" "
Take the family to the Dime
Go to Buxton & Merritt for tie "J
lino of wall paper and house d
tions of every description.
Just received a carload of tteJ
latest designs in wall paper desigal
1UU7. Jiuxton & Merritt.
Dorchester Bourbon, fine goo.li, J
and just the thing for what aliJ
E. F. Kellner & Co.'s account! i
bo paid this pay day or else by attal
. Take the time to go to the Dimt
When a man tries to please In ijl
relatives he attempts the iinpossiUtl
The old bachelor wants to knowi
life without love is if it isn't mrl
life. Chicago News.
"Live and let live." Union (M
Market, C. Musgrave, proprietor.
Fine fresh Kansas pork.
Everybody goes to the Dime.
Anything in the way of mixed drinks
can always bo had at McDonough V.
Decorate Your Home
Go to Ryan's, for a varied assortment
of wall paper.
Tho Globo Steam Laundry is now in
full operation, and prepared to do nil
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.
Try our sausage, tho very finest in
quality. Globo Meat Market.
Tho Japanese prince drew in his
.breath with a hissing sound, as ho bent
over tho young girl's hand.
"Prince," said she, "I havo beon up
against a lot of Japs, and thoy all hiss
like that when they moot you. What's
tho r.cason, anyway!"
"Tho reason is politeness," the
prince said. "I hiss like this I draw
in my breach I keep on drawing it in
as long I remain near you. For if- I
blow out, somo of it might bo blown in
your fntr face. What an offense!
Shocking! And so wo Jnpancso always
hif?s in our exchange of greptings. Out
of i politeness wo hold our brcnth."
Short order meals at all hours; also
the finest breakfast and dinner sor.ved
Beautiful assortment and all of. them
genuine novelties. Ryan's Book Store.
Choice beef, pasture fed and tho fin
est to bo had anywhere. GloLc Meat
Nino mules, four wagons and harness
for sale cheap by E. F. Kellner.
Choice cut flowers and plants direct
from California by fast express, at W.
U. telegraph office. Orders taken.
Wo carry everything a lady ui
wear. Tho People's Store. TwentjJ
cent discount on ladies' swell &
suits nnd skirts.
Go to Dime; it is surely fine
There was a young lady named Alnl
Of wlntm people stated in malys,
During poverty's reign,
Twas Alice just plain
But notlsince dad buildeda pairs.
Wo carry everything a lady nwt
wear. The People's Store. Tweet
ceni uMvouni on lautes' sweii "
amis uau BKina.
"And this million-dollar trust fund?"
inquired tho old family lawyer.
"I leave that," responded tho cyn
ical millionaire, "in case any of my
offspring wishes to buy a little unwrit
Is.- one tf;lGlobe"8 oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class in
luY line. Call and be convinced.
The finest lino of wall papers ever
shofn in Globe. Buxton & Merritt
Wo have the finest
j Globo Meat Market.
lard in town.
Go toxlluntzinger's Art Parlon
morrow and have those photograph
ken you Jiavo been promising J
friends. Rack of Miners' Union U
Stage to Gibson Mine
Stage if ill leave each Monday, !
nesday a)id Friday mornings at 9-l
m., f rornlBarclay k Higdon 's corral
Go to Ryan's
When you want magazines, conWl
ery, books, stationery, ammunitwM
grnphophono records. Souvenir
Choice hams and bacon, non I
.Globe Meat Market.
The Cozy restaurant, commenfi'lj
Februarv 4 will he nnen G a. nl
p. fs?1 ihort orders and regular aiii
Huptzingr, the artist, is backi"
clty-'Vnd will be rendv to plw-1
public with thotjatest styles in ll
DRS. WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Office Rooms, 5-7-9 Trust Building
Office Phono Main 1841
Residence, Dominion Hotel
Meeting the Emergency
A strenuous executive had heard mur
murs that he was running the country
according to an "unwritten constitu
tion." "Write a note to these kickers," he
instructed his secretary, "and toll them
that if they object to an 'unwritten
constitution' I'll write it out for thorn
nnd ndd that my aim 4s to please."
1... ' '
," Say, '.remarked the boss insinuat
ingly, "you attend toj-business a little
better or I'll treat you like n. Thaw
Blender hold on,.hls job,
H. C. Hopkins
U. S. M I'N E R A L
Room 12, Glofce Building
Let the Baker Do the Worif!
' Room 12, Globe Buildmg
'litlM1"1 -t!iW mr W
THE! WAGON WILL CALL AT YOUR
HOME WITH A FULL LINE OF
BREAD, PIES AND PASTRY. '
Lumber,, doors, windows, paints,
011s, vanusna andcerocnt . All
kinds of builders material
Sole Agents for Douglas Cement
Yards located on Railroad' Street one block
- west of the Court House.
LET THE BAKER DO THE WORK
of ,the Twin Buttes directory.'
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