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Daily Arizona silver belt. (Globe, Gila County, Ariz.) 1906-1929, February 23, 1907, Image 5

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Saturday, February 23, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Page Five
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In Every Depart
ment of Banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of GLOBE
I prepared to serve
you in a satisfactory
manner
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M ins
HONOR MEMORY
OF WASHINGTON
Just
a Tip to the Gents
WE HAVE A FEW SUITS THAT WE CAN SAVE
YOU MONEY ON. IF YOU ARE WANTING A
SUIT.AJPAIR OF PANTS, A HAT OR A OOOD
SHIRT, WE WILL MAKE THE PRICE RIGHT THIS
WEEK. OUR UP-TO-DATE TIES FOR 50 CENTS
AND 75 CENT8 ARE AS NICE AS YOU WILL FIND
IN THE LARGE CITIES.
The Assortment Is Not Small
IT WILL PAY YOU TO LOOK THIS WEEK'S SALE
THROUGH, FOR IF BARGAINS ARE WHATTOU
WANT WE HAVE THEM. WE MUST MAKE ROOM
FOR OUR SPRING STOCK.
SULTAN BROS.
Smoke tho Old Reliable
La International Cigar
Manufactured by
Kolberg Bros.
El Paso - Texas
GEO. SHUTE'S
Peed, Hay and Grain Stable
New Livery Rigs for Hire. We make a specialty
f buying and .selling horses and vehicles
of every kind
WHALLEY
LUMBER CO.
Successor to E. F. Kellner Lumber Co.
Lumber of Every Description
Doors, Windows, Lath, Shingles,
Roofing, Etc.
Saa
Wm. Whalley, Bfpp:
(Continued from Pago One)
tlio consciousness of patriotic accom
paniment; and on this day of all others
oyory ono of its membors should regard
his membership as a badge of honor.
Wlmtovor elso the organization may
have done, it has justified its existence
and earned tho applause of those whose
love of country is still unclouded by
tho work it has dono for the deliverance
pf Washington's birthday from neglect
or indolent remembrance.
Holiday Exclusively American
In furtherance of the high endeavor
of your organization it would havo been
impossible to solect for observance any
other civic holiday having as broad and
fitting a significance as this. It memo
rial's the birth of one whose glorious
deeds are so trnnsctmdently abovo all
others recorded in our national annals;
mid in memorizing tho birth of Wash
ington it commemorates the incarnation
of nll the virtues and all the ideals
that made our nationality possible and
gave it promise of growth and strength.
It is a holiday that belongs exclusively
to the American people All that Wash
ington cim was bound up in our na
tional destiny. The battles he fought
were fought for American liberty, and
the victories lie won gavo us national
independence. His example .of unself
ish consecration and lofty patriotism
made manifest as in an open book that
thoso virtues wore conditions no more
vital to our nation's beginning than to
its development and durability. His
faith in God and the fortitude of his
faith taught thoso for whom he wrought
that tho surest strength of nations
comes from the supjwrt of God 'a al
mighty arm. His universal nnd unnf
feeted symnathv with thoHn tn
sphere of American life, his thorough
Kiuiwieugo oi existing American condi
tions and his wonderful influonco jn the
counsels of those who wero to make or
mar the fate of an infant nation, made
him a tremendous factor in the con
struction and adoption of the constitu
tional chart by which tho course of the
nowly launched republic could bo safely
sailed. And it was ho who first rnnW
tho helm and demonstrated for tho miM.
ance or au who might succeed him, how
and in what spirit and intent the res
jtonsibilities of our chief magistracy
should be discharged.
Services Above all Praise
If your observance of this day wore
intended to make more secure tho im
mortal famo of Washington or to add
to the strength nnd beauty of his im
perishable monument built upon a na
tion's affectionate remembrance, your
purpose would bo useless. Washington
has no need of you. But in every mo
mont from the time he drow his sword
in the cause of American independ
ence to this hour, living or dead, the
American people have needed him. It
is not important now, nor will it bo in
all tho coming years, to minimi nnr
countrymen that Washington has Jived
and that his achievements in liia coun
try service are above all praise. But
u is important and more important
now than ever before that thev should
apprehend and adequately value the vir
tues anu meajs ot winch he was the
embodiment, and should realize how ns-
sential to our safety and perpetuity are
me consecration ana patriotism which
he exemplified. Tho American neonln
need today tho example and teachings
of Washington no less than thoso who
fashioned our nation npedod his lnlmrs
and guidance.
Three months before his inaumimtinn
as first president of tho ropublic, Wash
mgion wrote a letter to Lafayette, his
warm friend nnd revolutionary ally, in
which ho expressed his unremitting de
sire to establish a general system of
policy which if pursued would "insure
permanent elicity to the common
wealth," and he added these words:
"I think I see a path as clear nnl
as direct as a ray of light, which leads
to tho attainment of that object. Noth
ing but harmony, honesty, industry and
frugality aro necessary to make us a
great and happy people. Happily, the
present jmsturo of affairs and the pre
vailing disposition of my counerymen
promiso to co-operato in establishing
these four ercat and essential nillnrs
of public felicity."
Timo to Look at Ourselves
Such considerations as these suggest
the thought that this is a timo for hon
est solf-oxnmination. Tho question
pressed upon us with a demand for
reply that will not bo denied: "Who
among us, if our hearts aro nurecd of
misleading impulses and our minds freed
trom perverting pride, can bo sure that
today tho posturo of affairs and tho
prevailing disposition of our country
men, co-operate in tho establishment
and promotion of harmony, honesty, in
dustry nnd frugality!"
The self-examination invited by this
day's commemoration will bo incom
plete and superficial if we aro not thero
by forced to tho confession- that there
are signs of tho times which indicato
a weakness and relaxation of our hold
upon these saving virtues. When thus
forewarned, it is tho height of recreancy
ior ua oustinately to closo our oyes to
tho needs of the situation, and refuse
admission to tho thought that evil can
overtake us. If wo aro to deserve so- J-81- IC0t t0 or' iN0-- J ino Pmco 01
curity, wo will carefully and dutifully beginning. Conflict with Aztec claim
nln mr imnrinrra ni ,isa... i . Survov No. S20. containing 2.298 acres
take our bearintrs and discover if we
can how far wind and tide havo carried
us away from safe waters.
If we find that the wickedness of de
structive agitators and tho solfish do-
pravity of demagogues havo stirred up
discontent and strife where thoro should
bo pence and harmony and havo arrayed
against oach other intorests which
should dwell together in honrty co-operation;
if wo find that the old standards
V? sturdy, uncompromising Amorican
honesty have become so corroded and
w.eakeneu by a sordid atmosphere that
our pooplo aro hardly startled by crimes
in high places and shameful betrayals
of trust everywhere; if wo find a sadly
prevalent disposition among us to turn
from tho highway of honorable industry
into shorter crossroads lending to irre
sponsible and worthless easo; if we find
tho widespread wastofnlncss and extrav
agance have discredited tho wholcsomo
frugality which was once tho pride of
Americanism, wo should recall Wash
ington's admonition that harmony, in
dustry and frugality arc "essential pil
lars of public felicity," and forthwith
endeavor to change our course.
Party Wrongs
It is our habit to affiliate with politi
cal parties. Happily the strength and
solidity of our institutions can safely
withstand tho utmost freedom and ac
tivity of political discussion so far as
it involves the adoption of governmen
tal policies or the enforcement of good
administration. But thoy cannot with
stand tho fronzy of hato which seeks
under the guise of political earnestness
to blot out American brotherhood and
to cunningly persuade our pooplo that
a crusade of envy and malice is no
moro than a zealous insistence upon
their manhood rights.
Political parties are exceedingly hu
man; and they easier fall before temp
tation than individuals; by so much as
partisan success is the law of their life
and because their resjwiisibility is im
personal. It is easily recalled that
political organizations have been aulle
willing to utilize gusts of popular pre
judice and resentment; and I believe
they havo been known as a matter of
shrowd management to encourage vot
ers to hope for some measure of relief
from economic abuses and yet to "stand
iut" on the day unpointed for realiza
tion. We have fallen upon a timo when it
behooves every thoughtful citizen whose
political beliefs aro based on reason and
who cares enough for his manliness and
duly to save them from barter, to real
ize that the organization of the party
of his ehoico needs watching, and that
at times it is not amiss criticallv to
observe its direction and tendency. This
coriaiuiy ought to result in our coun
try's gain: and it is only partisan iinnn-
dence that condemns a member of a
political party, who on proper occasion
submits its conduct and the loyalty to
principle of .its leaders to a Court of
Review over which his conscience, his
reason, and his political understanding
understanding preside.
Not a Pessimist
I protest that I havo not sooken In
a spirit of pessimism. I havo and enjoy
my iuu snaro or. tho pride and exulta
tion which our country's material ad
vancement so fully justifies. Its limit
less resources, its astonishing growth,
its unapproachable industrial develop
ment and its irresponsible inventive ge
nius havo made it tho wonder of the
centuries.
The land we live in seems to bo strong
and active. But how fafes tho laud
that lives in usf Are wo sure that wol.
are doing all wo ought to keep it in
vigor and health! Aro we keeping its
roots well surrounded by the fortilo
soil of loving allegiance, nnd aro wo
furnishing them tho invigorating mois
ture of unselfish fidelity!
The land wo live in is safe so lonp
as we are dutifully careful of tho land
mat uves in us. lint good intentions
and fine sentiments will not meet tho
emergency. If we could bestow upon tho
land tnat lives in us the care it needs
it is indispensable that we should rec
ognize tho weakness of our human na
ture, and our susceptibility to tempta
tions and influences that interfere with
a full conception of our obligations;
and thereupon wo should seo to it that
cupidity and selfishness do not blind
our consciences or dull our efforts.
Racket
Store
Best Goods
Lowest Prices
We keep everything in
the way of household
goods
And We Sell
cheaper than anybody
in town
DON'T FORGET
J. E. McNeil
F. L JONES & SON.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE PHONE 432.
RESIDENCE PHONE 433.
The Globe Hardware Co.
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 231.
United States Land Office, Phoenix,
Arizona, February 19, 1907. Notice is
hereby given that E. A. Wayne, as at
torney in fact for tho Globe-Boston
Copper Mining Company, has mado ap
plication for putent to the Stallo &
Moody, Bed Cloud and Crancer lode
mining claims, Survey No. 2299, situ
ated in the Globe Mining District, Gila
County, in Sections 13 and 1-1, Tp. 1 N.,
It. 15 E., 0. & S. B. B. & M., described
as follows: Stallo & Moody Beginning
at Cor. No. 1. whence tho W. V Cor. of
Sec. 13, Tp. 1 N., B. S E., G. & S. E.
u. & m., bears jn. l deg. zi mm. w.
ISC feet: thonco N. 07 deir. 48 min. E.
280.3 feet to Cor. No. 2; thenco N. 51
deL'. 27 min. E. 1019.1 feot to Cor. No.
3: thence S. 51 detr. 18 min. E. 586.3
feet to Cor. No. 1; thence S. 52 dog. 58
min. W. 1270.5 feet to Cor. No. 5;
thence N. 54 dec. 48 min. W. 032.2 feet
to Cor. No. 1, tho place of beginning.
Conflict with Aztec claim, Survey No.
820, containing .025 acre, and conflict
with Pinal claim, Survey No. 819, con
taining .034 acre, aro excluded. Bed
Cloud Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whonco
tho W. 14, Cor. of Sec. 13, Tp. 1 N.,
B. 15 E., G. & S. B. B. & M., bears
N. 17 deg. 5G min. E. 493 feet; thonco
S. 54 detr. 48 min. E C20.20 feet to
Cor. No. 2; thence S. 51 deg. 51 min.
w. isuu icot to t;or. no. j; tuonco a.
54 deg. 48 min. W. 020.26 feot to Cor.
No. 4; thence N. 51 dog. 51 min. E.
1500 feet to Cor. No. 1, tho place of bo
ginning. Crancer Beginning at Cor.
No. 1, whence tho S. E. Cor. of Sec. 14,
Tp.. 1 N., B. 15 E., G. & S. B. B. & M.,
bears S. 47 deg. 25 min. E. 916.6 feot;
thenco N. 30 dog. 22 min. W. 2GQ.5 feet
to Cor.- No. 2; thence N. 51 deg. 51
min. E. 1202.5 feet to Cor. No. 3; thence
S. 30 deg. 22 min. E. 100 foot to Cor.
No. 4: thonco S. 47 detr. 8 min. W.
1281.0 feot to Cor. No.. 1, tho place of
Survey No. S20, containing 2.298 acres,
is cxciuueu. juocanon notices nre rec
orded in Becords of Mines, County Bee
order's office, Gila County, as follows:
Stallo & Moody, original, Book 2, page
197, amended, Book 5, pago 322, amend
ed, Book 8, page 369; Bod Cloud, orig
inal, Book 5, pago 87, amended, Book 5,
page 323, amended, Book 8, pago 357;
Crancer, original, Book 5, pago 650,
amended, Book. 8, pago 369. Adjoining
nnd conflicting claims, as shown by the
plat of survey are Buth, Giant Cactus
nnd Bryan on tho northwest; Pinal and
Satisfaction on tho northeast; Satisfac
tion, Bell, Aztec and Populist on the
southeast; and unsurveyod claims on
the southwest. MILTON B. MOOEE,
Begistor.
First publication February 23, 1907;
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