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Tuesday, May 14, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
In Every Depart
ment of Banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GLOBE
Is prepared to mcrm
you in a satisfactory
bullish Sentiment -Provails Touight
Harrinian Bond Is3U0 Now Ancient
History Stocks Look Liko Purchaso
for Quick Turn.
(By I. X. Kinsoy)
GLOBE, May 13. Hutton of Now
York says: StocKa novor gnvo better
exhibition tlinn today when wheat
HlOH'''1 ul;I i vtuio nuu u ivvi'saiuu
uf ,.iuv one com. .uurKUl nas ucen
,oro l'tely liquidated of speculative
hoMiugs. Tno important tnctor ot tlie
in.itnt'iit is tho transposition uf stocks
,ntn strong hands. The Harriman bond
jssut- is now ancient history and bullish
jenliiuent is gradually beginning to pro
ail I'nion Pacific and Southern Pa
lfio ml! unquestionably bo maintained
at Ro-M figures to inako now financing
apprar attractive. Talk of bond issue
f,ir Kfa'lmg was from some speculative
jyuroi' tiuit has been short of the stock.
Hear ammunition has been about used
ul,. Wc are in an excellent trading
market and stocks should bo bought on
all .imfs anil recessions ror technical
Pa i n of Boston says: Thero was a
trader s market again today with but
little demand for long stocks. Small
buying orders in North Butto and Cop
per Kange lifted prices of each about
two points. Market has no tendency
either way at present and should bo let
alone except for quick turns.
Globe Consolidated opened strong this
morning, but later in tho day developed
weakness, sales being mado at $12. Su
perior & Boston was also wcakor, sales
being made at $3. Globe-Arizona is
gettmp in better demand, fivo thousand
shares changing hands today. Queen
topper has also been a httlo moro act
ive the past few days.
Allouez ....... ........!
Batte Jr London
Batte ' oalition
Utah Consolidated 03.50
Globo Consolidated ..... J'J.OO
Frnnklin ' 30.75
Michigan ; 1 -J .25
Wumcy ; ;.,.. ;mo.(S2
Tamarack M 120.00
Trinity .......". 22.87
Arcndinn ; ' o.OO
Iolvctiu Z.. 3.75
Superior & Boston .... :i.oo
Calumet & Globo 3,75
Lako Suporior & Arizona 8.00
Nntionnl ..... , 70
Wolvorino & Arizona 2.12
Queen, asked 03
Koystono, asked j.go
Inspiration, asked 30
Globc-Arizonn, asked' 20
Central, nsked ' 00
Now York Stocks
Amnlgainatcd $ 03.12
American Smelters . 120.25
Colorado Fuol & Iron 31.50
Reading ...... ...: . no.73
U. S. Steol, common 37.12
Now York Central 115.12
Union Pacific 148.12
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3t. Paul . 134.50
Baltimore & Ohio 00.50
Monoy, 2V4 per cent.
Boar Arguments Havo All Boon Dis
counted and Markot Is In Condition
to Invito Buylnc Unfavorable Crop
News Has Boon a Bear Factor.
alumet & Arizona ..
Ea$t Butte ..
liranby . .
Hancock . .
jreene-''ananea ... .
Osceola . ..
BOWIE IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
Safford Capitalists Embark on an Ex
tensivo Project In tho June-
Tho Bowio Improvement company is
tne namo of a corporation formed in
Safford last Monday, says tho -Guardian.
Tho board of directors nnd ofii-
cors are: Potor Andarson, president;
C. D. Koppy, vice president; A. T. Cot
ton, secretary; B. J- Thum, trensuror;
T. S. Hunch, mombor of board.
Tho principal object of tho company
is to lay out and improve a townsite,
and conduct a general real estate busi
ness at Bowie, Ariz.
The capital stock is $100,000, divided
into 10,000 shares of a par value of $10.
The company owns a lnrgo tract of
land at Bowie, and as it is oxpected
that tho Southorn .Pacific will establish
work shops nt that town, tho outlook
is vory good for an era of prosporous
commercial and real estate dovclop
mont. An effort will bo mado to obtain
artesian water at Bowie, and if this is
possiblo it will inaugurate a boom in
land values. Otherwise, water will be
pumped for domestic use. If the shops
are built, it will soon bo a lnrge city.
Is ono of Olobo's oldest and boat
known cafes; ovorythlng first-class In
his line. Call and bo convinced.
Superior & Pittsburg 17.75
Swollost goods In town. Ladies' suits,
cloaks, silk dresses and gowns, waists,
skirts, hosiery, millinery, now goods,
switches, fancy goods, etc. Tho People's
Store, Dolph Baatr, Prop., Globe, Ariz.
(By H. II. Bru Co.)
GLOBE, May 13. Tho stock markot
today showed some weakness in the
early trading, but very Httlo stock came
out ou tho decllno in tho afternoon and
vtlioro was good recovery. Many stocks
notrtbly Union Pncific, Heading nnd
dividend paying coppers such us Cop
per Ilnngo, North Butto, Amalgamated
and Anaconda mndo substantial ad
vances. Old Dominion also showed
strength on limited buying. Tho close
was lit tho best prices reached during
Tho market for sovoral days has boon
profossionnl, tho government roport on
wintor wheat showing a lessened acre
ago and decline in condition, togother
with tho t'ontinunnco of unfavtornble
weather throughout tho northwest hav
ing n discouraging effect. Theso ad
vorso influences will doubtless bo felt
for somo time yot, although, wo believe,
with gradually lessoning effect.
All tho discouraging fnctors have
been made tho most of to depress prices
nnd the lnrgo short interest in stocks
makes the markot susceptible to a sharp
ndvanco upon any nows of improved
conditions in tho wheat-growing sec
tions or tho industrial situation.
We look for a further advanco in tho
best coppers and railroad stocks, with
occasional small recessions on profit tak
ing, but tho general trend of the mar
ket should bo upward.
Now York Stocks
American Smcltors 120.25
Baltimore & Ohio 99.00
Colorado Fuel & Iron . 31.50
Now York Central 115.12
Erio , 23.75
Southern Pacific 84.87 85.00
St. Paul 134.50
Union Pacific 148.12 148.25
U. S. Steel, common M 37.12 '
Tennessee Conl & Iron ....147.75
Cumberland Ely 9.50
East Butto 10.75
Globo Consolidated 12.50
Michigan ' 14.25
Novada Utah .. 4.37
Nevada Consqlidated 15.00
North Butto . 91.50
Old Dominion .. . 55.00
Utah Consolidated . 03.50
Wolverine & Arizona ....... 2.00
Globo Imp. Assn
Arizona National .'. :
Powers Guich .'.
Now Dominion .,
Five Points 1.00
H. C. Hopkins
U. S. MINERAL
Room 16, Globe Building
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Offlco Booms, 5-7-9 Trust Building
Offlco Phono Main 1841
Residenco, Dominion Hotel
Hotel Dominion Phone 1341
Office: ROOMS 1-3 TRUST BUILDING
The Acme Hotel
FRED TEMME, Manager
Formerly the Metropole Cafe
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT AND STRICTLY. FIRST-
, ULASS IN EVERY WAY
DR. P. B. CALER
Try Mclroso Bye if you want
something extra fine; splendid for wed-
I icinal purposes and as pure a brand as
can do nad anywnere. Bankers' Gar-don.
rcadian 0.00 7.00
Amorican-Saginaw .. 10.00 10.25
Adventure 3.50 4.00
Arizona Commercial 20.75 27.00
Boston Consolidated 29.75
Butte & London ...:..-. 1.75 1.87
Butto Coalition . .... 27.00 27.50
Black Mountain . 5.75 0.00
Calumot & Arizona ..170.00
Centennial ..a.. t.A...M.... 30.00 31;00-
Copper Kango S3.00 83.25
Daly West 10.00 10.50'
Van Wagonen makes a specialty of
tinting. Satisfaction our motto.
Bryan's Chief Gift
Mr. Bryan is cscsntinlly a talker a
phonograph full of records of tho uni
versal and common thought and not a
solver of problems; a facile promisor of
reforms which other men attempt to
carry out in trnvail. His administra
tive capacity must be doubted gravely
by those who recognize his personal
charm and want to do him justice, be
cause he talks too much' to think deep
ly New York Sun.
Office over Palace Pharmacy
GEORGE K. FRENCH
Finest Lines of Wines
Liquors and Cigars
The most delicious and refreshing glass of beer in
town. Commercial trade solicited
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS CAFE IN CONNECTION
Rooms 7 and 8. P. O. Bidjr. Phone 1241
NOTICE TO ARCHITECTS
Tho trustees of School District No. 1,
of Gila county, Torritory of Arizona,
hereby advertise of plans and specifica
tions in detail, for a four-room school
building, two-story preferred, from
which plans nnd specifications it is pro
posed to erect two buildings, in said
Tho proposed cost of said buildings
will be $15,000 each, includine heatinc
Tho amount to bo paid for said plans
and specifications is not to exceed $250.
Tho board reservesttho richt to roicct
any and all plans submitted.
185 8. 1 SULLENBERGER, Clerk.
W-I-W-f-i"t"Ir-I I j H H-H-H t 1 1' l-i1i'lI-l"i-1I"I"-M"fri'HW4hi'-I'i"l--tWi't t ' H -H-M-t
A BIG SALE OF
WHEN YOU PAY FOR AN ARTICLE, IT ISN'T FOB THE ARTICLE IT
SELF YOU ABE PAYING, BUT THE SATISFACTION YOU ARE GOING
TO OET OUT OF IT, AND IT IB WHEN YOU USE IT THAT YOU GET
BACK THE MONEY YOU HAVE SPENT, IN SERVICE, SATISFACTION
AND COMFORT. BUY THE8E BARGAINS FOR THE SERVICE, SATIS
FACTION AND COMFORT, AND ABOVE ALL, THE MONEY SAVING.
THESE GOODS CANNOT BE DUPLICATED FOR THE PRICE ANY
WHERE IN GLOBE.
We are prepared to furnish your houso complete.
The many usofnl things such a3 quilts from 51.25 to
15.00, blankets from $1.00 to $8.00, shoots all sizes;
pillow cases, pillow tubing, all widths; counterpanes,
sheetings, dres3er scarfs, lunch cloths (both plain and
fancy), damask towels, bowls, pitchers and slop Jars,
table linens, carpets, mattings, floor oil cloth and lin
oleum, rugs and paints for tho outside. When it comes
to house furnishings, wo aro thcro with tho goods and
the prices you will surely find to bo right.
Buckets, pans, pots, kottlcs, skillets, etc., otc., and
all of a good quality and low price.
Clean-Up of Lawns
We find that we havo too many lawns in stock and
must clean them up boforo our fall goods arrive, and
e will certainly make it to your interest to visit, us
aad get our prices and comparo them with tho other
Places. You will be our customers if you tako advant
age of this offer.
Say, aro you going to tho Coa3t7 If you aro, then
come in and got tho goods they aro woaring ovor
tae. Wo havo them. Those dainty pin chocks, in
all the latest materials. Got tho material for your
bathing suit and get ready for a swim.
Be pleasant, buy your hammock and swing on tho
front porch and spend your leisuro at homo looking
a the clear blao sky.
Hats! Hats! Hats!
Wo havo a flno lino of hats brim full
of stylo. Genuine hair hat bands, $3.00.
Dishes a Specialty
Dishes a Specialty
Remember our men call at your door;
toll thorn your wants; they will tako
caro of them.
The Big Bargain Column
Men's Suits. $15.00, now $10.00
Men's Suits, $12.50, now 8.00
Mon's Suits, $10.00, now 7.00
Men's Pants, $1.00, now 3.00
Men's Pants, $3.50, now , 2.50
"Men's Pants, $3.00, now 2.00
Mon's Pants, $2.50, now 1.75
Men's Pants, $1.50, now 1.00
Men's Overalls, 00c, now .65
Men's Hats, $3.50, now 2.50
Men's Hats, $3.00, now , .... 2.00
Men's Shirts, $2.60, now ,. .v. 1.00
BOYS' SUITS, ONE-THIRD OFF.
LAWNS, 5c, 6c, 7V2c, 8 l-3c and 10c.
LACE, 81-3 and 10c, now 5c.
LADIES' BONNETS, 50c, now 25c.
CHILDREN'S HOSE, (25c, now IOC '
CHILDREN'S HOSE, 20c, now 8 l-3c.
KID GLOVES,, $1.50, now $1.00.
Nice VESTING, 50c, now 15c.
Nice VELVET, 60c, now 25c.
Wo havo moro lamps than any storo in Globo, and
only a look at them will convince you that wo can
savo you monoy. The wall lamp, just tho thing for
camp life, also burners, chlmnoys and wick3. All aro
choap. Wo mako a specialty of furnishing up tho
GOING AT A
A Big Sale of Honest Goods
ALL GO CHEAP
Geo. Everett Baker, E. M.
U. S. DEPUTY
Office with Mitchell Mining Company
Got That Oliver Typewriter Yet?
At Last It's Here
The OLIVER No. 5
GRACE F. DODGE, AGENT
Stenographer and Notary Public.
Bank on the Checks we have in our window
but you can bank on the QUALITY and PRICE
of every article displayed
Elite Hair Dressing Parlor
Room 28 Globo Office BIdg.
U. S. DEPUTY
Rooms 26 and 26 Globo Building
During tho summer vacation Prof. A.
K. Stabler will conduct a Night School,
offering tho following courses:
ENGINEERING: Arithmetic, Algebra,
Geometry, Trigonometry, Mechanics,
BUSINESS: Bookkeeping, Commercial
Arithmetic, Letter Writing, Spelling,
ELOCUTION: Composition, Interpreta
tion, Gesticulation, Public Speech.
COMMON BRANCHES: Thoso of tho
upper grammar grades.
SPANISH: Under a competent teachor.
School opens. Juno 3.
Address inquiries to P. O. Box 625.
The GRAPE and QUARTZ
RINGS, $2(o $15
Are All the Rage
The Latest Styles in
Just one more second of your time. If you
have not seen the new
That we have just received you are missing
a treat. It won't cost you a cent to look at it,
and we take pleasure in showin it.
Globe Jewelry Co.
Globe National Bank
Are getting very frequent.
Do not let your Insurance
Policy and other valuable papers burn
when your house does, and you rcay be the
next one to suffer. Rent a Safety Deposit
Box and protect yourself. We furnish the
box and you keep the key.
Banking and Real EstateThat's Our Business
Opposite tho Western Union Telegraph Office.
E. F. KELLNER Presidont
J. N. PORTER. . .Vice President
B. X. KELLNER Cashier
H. C HANAWALT, Asst. Cashier
THE GLOBE BANK
& SAVINGS COJnc.
Start a savings account. Idle money in. tho pocket is a glass egg nnder s
Well, wo saw you looking for a snap. Call and sep what .we fcaye.
Wo havo a snap bargain, corner lot 50 by 100, five-room honse, centrally
located; so choap that you can't .help but .buy.
Owner says sell my four-room houso; I noed the money.
Lots of houses and lot3 of lots for salo cheap.
Do you want to go into business? Wo have Boveral good openings for tke
fltnr.ka boueht and sold on commissions.
Remember, our time is yours ai all times.
I. N. KINSEY, Incorporated
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Quotatfonfrrpm New York, Boston and Dulutfi by qwixe seryice
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