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v 12. 1907
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'''t tho west
11 1' population.
In uingnctlsni there nro attractive
and repellent currents which, though
Invisible, nro none the less forcible.
Just so there aro attractive and re
pellent forces In people which are not
only Invisible, but nro only brought out
under certain condition's.
A man ntejiped into a restaurant in
South Dakota and. looking about for a
table, saw another man eating his sup
per whom he npproached.
"Hello, Smith!" he said. "What nro
you doing here?"
"Hello. Itimlot!" snld tho other. "Sit
Runlet sat down, nnd tho tveg com
pared notes as to what had happened
slnco they had last mot sovcrnl years
before. Then Itunlet said:
"But you linven't answered my ques
tion." "Well, since you are nn old chum
and I am pining for n confidant, I'll
tell you. Five years ago I ninrrled a
girl who promised, tq make me tho
best kind of wife. Sho had apparently
everything to ronder her lovable. Wo
married and on the houeymoon quar
reled. That wasn't the worst of It.
Wo kept on quarreling. In my treat
ment of her there was nothing
I had not used townrd other women
without antagonizing them and I was
obliged to conclude that she had a bad
disposition. I think she camo to tho
same conclusion about me, nnd nfter
ninny efforts on tho part of both of us
to reform our dispositions wo finally
agreed to separate. It was arranged
between us that I should come out
here nnd get a divorce."
Runlet listened to this with marked
attention, and It appeared to have con
sldernble Influence over him.
"They sny," he replied nfter some
thought, "that matrimony Is something
half tho world Is trying to get Into nnd
the other half Is trying to got out of.
For n year I've been limiting a woman
I wish to mnrry. I met her last sum
mer on a tratn between Chlcngo and
San Francisco, nnd we fell In love with
each other on the Journoy. When I ad
mitted my part of It she turned pale
and told mo that those were tho only
words of love thnt must ever be spoken
between us. Sho wouldn't toll mo why
or give mo nuy Information concern
ing herself. Had I known when we
parted that I could get no rest without
her I would never have lost Hlght of
"I hope," said Smith, "that you will
find your love and be happy with her.
For me, I am only anxious to bo free,
and when free I shall remain so."
Neither converted the other to his
way of thinking. Runlet left tho next
day, and Smith a week later secured
Ids divorce. lie did not see his wife
agalu and In a year lost track of her.
They had no chlldreu to contlnuo be
tween them cither a pleasant or un
pleasant Interest. They had come to
gether as two ships passing nt sea and
after a brief tarry together had passed
on with as little Interest In each other
as when they had first met.
Five years nfter the meeting of
Smith nnd Runlet in a South Dakota
restaurant they met again. This time
It was in a corridor of n hotel. Runlet
espied his friend and, advancing cheer
ily, put out his hand.
"Did you ever find your lost love?"
asked the other after the first greet
ings. "Indeed I did, or, rather, she found
me. Not long after I parted with you
I received a message from her. I won
dered how she know my name and ad
dress and discovered later that she
had seen It on my trunk while we were
traveling togother. I went to see her.
She withdrew her objections to our
union, and wo wero married."
"And happiness followed the honey
"Like a never setting tide. Wo are
happier overy day."
"To what do you attribute such hap
piness?" "Carlyle says that genius is uncon
scious. It Is so with love. Wo don't
consider why wo are happy togother.
I sometimes think wo don't renllzo that
we are happy. But when we nro part
ed we are miserable."
"The woman must be a jewel." '
"She" Is. Come and see for yourself.
I shall expect you to dine with us tills
Runlet gave his address, and his
friend promised to bo on hnnd.
When Smith called, Runlet was nt
the telephone nnd asked Mrs. Itunlot
to go down nnd receive the guest, ex
cusing him till he should have finished
at the phone. When ho wnnt down
Smith nnd Mrs. Runlet were sitting
talking In a constrained mnuncr nat
ural under tho clrcumstauces. Runlet,
to make them moro easy, Introduced
them, speaking words of praise for
both. They soon went In to dinner,
whero Runlet recounted nt tho tablo
tho story of his and Smith's meeting
some flvo years before. Then he went
on to say:
"Mr. Smith, my dear, was not so
fortunate as I In his matrimonial af
fairs. Pardon me, old man. I know
my wife will sympathize wltli you. I
know, my dear, Mr. Smltli to bo ouo
of the best men In tho world. Any
woman who couldn't mako him happy
la not good enough for him or for any
After dinner Smith pleaded an en
gagement and hurried away. Runlot
Joined his wife In her boudoir and
found her on a sofa with a bottlo of
salts to her nose, which sho was sniff
ing between gasps.
"For heaven's sake, my dear, what
"lie was my husband!"
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The Japs in noble forbears bolieve,
As we all know,
But those are not tho kindto Icavo
.Behind much dough.
"So that long-haired, ragged clinp!"
"Looks as if ho might have been a
poet at ono time."
"Looks as if he might bo a poot
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STATUE OF QUEEN VICTORIA WHICH TURNED AROUND AND
NEGRO WOMAN AND HER DONKEY.
Ono of tho odd incidents of tho Jamaica earthquake was the chango In posi
tion of n statue of Queen Victoria which stood in the henrt of Kingston. The
statue remained erect, but was turned completely around.
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PREHISTORIC MAMMOTH. TO BE SHOWN AT SEATTLE.
The projectyrs of the Pacific northwest's next exposition, the Alaska-rukon-Paclflc
iihow nt Seattle In 10(Ki, are preparing a piece do resistance In
the shape of the actual remains of a prehistoric mammoth. This specimen
was discovered In Alaska last summer. It Is nil there hide, hair, hoofs and
tusks. Taxidermists have mounted Mr. Mammoth for his appearanco in front
of the Alaska building during tho exposition. The specimen, of course, was
frozen In Ice, nnd even the flesh was Intact. The accompanying picture shows
the relative size of the human and the mammoth skeletons. The elephant of
the present day Is said to be only a degenerate descendant of the mammoth.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
Tlffi H. H. BRU COMPANY
Silver Belt Want Ads. bring results.
Phone in your want ads. Main 231.
Know All Men by Tlicso Presents:
That we, the undersigned, have this
day associated ourselves togcthor for
tho purpose of forming a corporation
under tho laws of the Territory of Ari
zona, and we hereby testify to and
adopt the following Articles of Incor
poration: ARTICLE I. Tho names of the afore
said incorporators arc II. H. Bru, M. K.
Bru and S. L. Gibson.
ARTICLE IT. Tho naino of tho in
corporation shall bo nnd is The II. II.
Bru Company, and its principal place
of business shall be at the town of
Olobc, County of Gila, Territory of Ari
zona, with branch offices at such other
places as may bo designated by the
Board of Directors.
ARTICLE III. Tho nature of tho
business to bo transacted by tho corpor
ation is a general brokerage, mining,
real estate and insurance business, in
cluding tho power to buy, lease, locate
and othcrwiso acquire and own, ex
change, soil and otherwise disposo of,
pledge, mortgage, hypothecate and deal
in stocks, mines, real estate and all
kinds of property, mining claims, oil
and mineral lands, water and water
rights; and to work and improvo tho
samo, to buy, sell and othcrwiso ac
quiro, own, sell, lease or othorwiso dis
poso of buildings or other structures;
,t" act as an agent for insurance and
other companies, and to conduct a gen
eral commission business; to act as
agents for corporations, companies or
individuals for tho purchase, sale nnd
caro of all kinds of property, both real
and personal; and to act as executor,
administrator, guardian, trusteo or as
signee for any estate, individual, firm or
corporation; to borrow money and to
execute deeds of trust or promissory
notso to secure tho payment of same,
or to secure any other dobts of this
corporation; to loan money, to bring
suits at law; to buy and soil mortgages,
bonds, notes nnd other evidence of in
debtedness; to deal in capital stock of
this and other incorporations; to exo
cuto all tho rights of ownership, in
cluding the right to vote tho samo.
ARTICLE IV. The capital stock of
this corporation shall bo and is Twenty
five Thousand ($25,000.00) Dollars, di
vided into' Two Hundred and Fifty
(230) shares of tho par value of Ono
Hundred ($100.00) Dollars each.
ARTICLE V. Tho corporate exist
ence of this corporation shall bp twenty
fivo years from tho dato of Jiling arti
cles with tho Auditor of tho Territory,
i ARTICLE VJ. A board of three di-
rectpr8, who shall bo stockholders in
this corporation, shall manage its af
ARTICLE VII. Tho officers of this
corporation shall be a President, Treas
urer and Secretary, who shall be elected
annually by the Board of Directors
from their number at the first meeting
of the bnid Ininrd after tho annual elec
tion of the said directors.
ARTICLE VII J. Tho directors of this
corporation, from its organization and
until the first Monday in January, 19Q8,
and until its successors aro elected and
qualified, aro IJ. II. Bru, M. E. Bru and
S. L. Gibson; thereafter the directors
shall at tho annual meeting of the
stockholders to bo held on tho first
Monday in January in each year, he
elected and qualify for tho term of
the ollice commencing on the first Mon
day in January in each year.
ARTICLE IX. Other offices may be
created or abolished by tho Board of
Dircctirs, or by by-laws of this corpora
tion, nnd the said offices shall bo fitted'
by election or appointment from time
to time as the directors sco fit, or tho
by-laws shall provide.
ARTICLE X. A corporato seal and
by-laws shall be adopted by this cor
poration, through its Board of Direct
ors, and theso articles of incorporation
and said by-laws may bo repealed or
aniondcd by tho majority vote of the
Board of Directors.
ARTICLE XI. The corporato indebt
edness of this corporation shall at no
timo exceed sixteen thousand ($10,
ARTICLE XIL Tho private property
of tho stockholders and officers of this
corporation shall be exempt from cor
Witness our hands and seals this 7th
day of February, A. D. 1907.
II. H. BRU (Seal)
M. E. BUU (Seal)
S. L. GIBSON (Seal)
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gun. ss.
Beforo me, V. V. Towlo, a Notary
Public in and for tho County of Gila,
Territory of Arizona, on this day per
sonally appeared II.' II. Bru, M. E. Bru
and S. L. Gibson, known to mo to be
tho porsons whoso names aro subscribed
to the foregoing instrument, and ac
knowledged to iho that they executed
the same for tho purpose and consider
ation therein expressed.
Given under my hand and seal of
office this 7th day of Fobruary, A. D.
1907. F. F. TOWLE,
, My commission expires Soptomber 10,
First publication Fobruary 10, 1907.
The Globe National Bank....
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
O. S. Van Wagenen, President. J. H. HamUl, Vice President.
Dr. W. A. Holt. a. W. Sydnor.
E. M. White. rred T. Bragonier.
Patrick Rose. rred J. Griffin.
A. Q. Smith, Cashier. J. R. Todd, Asst. Cashier.
WE HAVE UNEQUALED FACILI
TIES IN OUR NEW OFFICES FOB
TAKING CARE OF YOUR VALUA
BLE PAPERS, ETC. CALL AND AR
RANGE TO RENT ONE OF CUB'
STEEL SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES.
OUB VAULT 13 FrREPBOOF.
If you want the best results advertising can get for you
try the DAILY SILVER BELT and be convinced.
THE BAND CONCEBT
Annual Concert of Globe Concert Band
in Dreamland, Friday Night, Febru
ary 15, 1907.
Overture Wanderer's Ziel Suppo
Cornet Duet Two Roses L. Boos
BLACKWELL AND TOMS
MRS. R. B. IIEGARDT
Descriptive Hunting Scene Bucaloosi
RICHARDS AND BLACKWELL
Selection Reminiscence of Rossini
Fancy Songs By Globe's Little Fa
vorite, Gladys Edwards,
Cornet Duet Ida and Dot
HOSKING AND BARRY
March Heidelberg Mills
MRS. R. B. IIEGARDT
Comic Song Selected , ..
Selection Reminiscences of Scotland
.. ........ . . Godfrey
Two hours free dance.
Advertise in the Silver Belt
Phono in your want ads. Main 231.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE OF MIN
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
To tho Estate of W. W. Dickinson, De
ceased, His Heirs and Assigns:
You and each of you are hereby noti
fied that we, William Holloway and E.
NV. Loighton, have expended One Hun
dred Dollars in tho year A. D. 1905 and
One Hundred Dollars in tho year A. D.
190G, in labor and improvements on
tho Black-tail Mining Claim, and have
expended Ono Hundred Dollars in labor
and improvements on the Colleen Bawn
Mining Claim in A. D. 1905 and Ono
Hundred Dollars in labor and improve
ments upon said claim in A. D. 190G,
each mining claim being located at
Dripping Springs Mining District, Gila
County, Territory of Arizona, as will
appear by Certificate filed A. D. Novem
ber 27, 1900, and October 31, 1900, in
the Ollice of tho County Recorder, Gila
County, Territory of Arizona, in order
to hold said premises under the provi
sions of Section 2324 Revised Statutes
of the United States, being tho amount
to hold the samo said promises for the
years A. D. 1905 and 1900. And if
within 90 days after tho notice of this
publication you fail or refuse to con
tribute your proportion of such expendi
ture as co-owners your interest in each
of the said claims will becomo the prop
erty of the subscribers hereto under
said Section 2324.
Witness our hands and seals this 2nd
day of February, A. D. 1907.
W. HOLLOWAY, L.S.
4 30 E. W. LEIGHTON. L.S.
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
COUNTY OF GILA, TERRITORY
In the mattor of tho estato of Francis
Jordan, deceased; notice of sale of real
estate at Globo, Arizona.
Notice is hereby given that in pursu
ance of an order of tho Probato Court
in and for tho County of Gila, Territory
of Arizonn, mado on tho Cth day of
July, 1900, in tho matter of tho estate
of Francis -Jordan, deceased, tho under
signed, tho administrator, -will sell at
private .salo to the highest bidder, for
cash, subject to confirmation by said
Probato Court, on Saturday, tho 2nd
day of Fobruary, 1907, at 10 o'clock a.
m., at tho offico of tho Justice of tho
Peaco in tho City of Globe, in tho said
County of Gila, Territory of Arizona,
the following described real property, to
West part of lot 32 in block 82 in
Globo townsite, County of Gila, Terri
tory of Arizona.
Terms of sale: Ten por cent in ad
vanco; balance on confirmation of sale.
W. F. RAWLINGS,
Administrator of tho Estate of Francis
Dated January 12, 1907.
Read tho Silver Bolt Always up (t
The Lunch Problem is one that
confronts every business man.
"Where ean I get a good, whole
some lunch, well cooked and
quickly served?" la a ques
tion that almost every busy man
asks himself every day.
We make a specialy of serving a
"BUSINESS MAN'S LUNCH,"
well cooked, always ready to
serve and centrally located as we
are, insure celerity and satisfac
tion. Try us today
A. F. BANICEVJCH,
20 per cent
Stationery, School Books and School Supplies
NEW GRAPHOPHONP RECORDS, get the
Latest Any magazine you want, Buy your.
Ammunition here. WE ALSO RENT GUN&
Fat Cattle! Yes, and Plenty of 'Em at the
GLOBE MEAT MARKET
WE SUPPLY OUB TRADE BY SELLING THE FEN
EST BEEF TO BE HAD IN TOWN. TRY ONE OF
OUB FAT STEAKS. YOU WILL FLND THAT IT
IS BETTEB THAN ANY YOU HAVE HAD FOB
SOME TIME. WE ALSO HAVE SOME EXTRA
FINE KANSAS PORK, CHOICE VEAL AND MUT
TON, THE VERY BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUY.
FRESH POULTRY AT ALL TIMES
E. F. KELLNER & GO'S STORES
Will close for inventory February 16.
All accounts are closed and settlement
asked for this pay day.
The Globe Bank and Savings Co. is ready to pay all
depositors. Those not called for within 10 days will be
placed in the Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co. subject to
If you want to save money trade at
Mill William's Store
He carries a full line of Groceries, Hardware, Crock
ery, Leather, Liquors and Cigars, Furnishing Goods, J
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gloves and btationery.
J' Wm. Mill Williams
i North Globe and Smelter Merchant
The Finest Resort in Globe
Popular wjth all classes winter and summer. Re
freshments of all kinds. "Choice Cigars, Wines
Schlitz and Anheuser-Busch Beer always on Draught
GLOBE LUMBER COMPANY
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Mining, Timbers a Specialty