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Wprlnesday, May 15, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BEL1
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jy3S FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GLOBE
Is prepared to' serve
you i n a ' "satisfactory .
Break to Whoat Had Littlo Effect
Traders Market Only Looks as if
We Aro in for a Period of Dulness
of Some Duration.
(By I. N. Kinsoy)
iiLOHK, May 14. Wnlkor Brothors
f vi, York say: Market opened
stoa.l anT l- Trading all day was
JlC,, Tlio break in wheat did not have
ma, fi rtteft ln tho afternoon markot
l,e.'iim heavy and sold off. It looks
as if w- were in for a period of dulness
therr does nor seem iiiuch uuiucu-
en f-r public 10 gei in in an. jiuuoj
mviuent is easy wmi ntllo no-
t .. i
Paino -f Boston says: Thero was no
aug.- m the market today. Traders
tT,,..l to rally Kango and Xortli Butte
..am tms forenoon, lint no buying enmo
in fln.i they were left with the stock
n th.r hands tonight. A rumor that
M .hawk dividend may bo increased was
i,rulai-.t. but do not believe it and
btUf- stock high, compared to Quiney,
U.f.la and Kange.
Uot.n Consolidated .
Batto Coalition -
Paly West .. ..
East Butte i. -
Superior i. Pittsburg .....
Glojbc Consolidated .
Queen, askeij .......
Keystone, asked ,.
"Now York Stocks
Anaconda Z?. 02:37
American Smoltors ....'...'.SSSSSJian.OO
Colorndo Fuel & Iron ...z..,tj;l 34.50
Beading : .". ' 100.00
U. S. Steel, common 37.12
Now York Central .'1 14.50
Pennsylvania , .124.12
Union Pacific .' 84.25
St. Paul ; .133.12
Atchison .. i 00.75
Baltimore & Ohio .". DS.25
Krio jd' 24.12
Money, 2V6 por cent. '
All of tho Edison and Vietdr now
May records juts received at 'tho U.
D. & M. Music Storo in Trust building.
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TRAILS YELLOW FEVEE BUG
Stlnson Announces Discovery
Superior & Boston 3.00
c alumet & Globe 1.30
Lak.- Superior & Arizona 8.00
i omancho . - .53
Tradiug Was Professional and Changes
Narrow No Immediate Prospects of
a Itovival of Interest Look for Gol
lnpso in Wheat Speculation.
Is tho public health nnd marine 'hos
pital servico at Inst on n hot trail of
the yellow fever bug That is tho ques
tion. At any rate, says tho Washington
Herald, there have boon doings of mag
nitudo in tho laboratory of tho United
States public- health nnd marine hos
pital service, faint inklings of which
have drifted forth now nnd thon. Theso
rumors of a possible important discov
ery are confirmed in n mensuro by the
service, which, in tho "Public licnlth
Reports," ju3t from the press, publishes
a "Noto on an 'organism found in yel
low fevor tissue."
As is well known, tho yellow fovor
germ gots an introduction to gay man
through tho blood, runs riot in the
veins, nnd affects tho organs.
Now, in tho organs of n gontlomnn
who had tho misfortuno of such an in
troduction through tho medium of a
mosquito, Dr. A. M. Stimson, nn assist
ant surgeon in tho public health nnd
marine hospital service, has found nn
organism, or, to be popular, but unscien
tific, a bug.
This bug has been captured by Dr.
Stimson, preserved, measured nnd given
a name, albeit but a temporary make
shift of a name. Dr. Stimson calls him
"Interrogans," becauso of his resem
blance to a question mark. When the
surgeon general is not looking nnd dis
cipline rolaxos, he is called the Stimson
But this question-mark bug, this "In
terrogans," this possiblo yellow fovor
bug is no joke. At least Surgeon Gen
eral Wyman nnd Dr. Stimson take horn
scriouslv, nnd so docs the whole public
health and mnrino hospital service, for,
in tho last issue of tho "Public Health
Reports" this bug is discussed in great
earnestness by Dr. Stimson.
It might bo added for the guidance of
nny one who is looking for tho ' Inter
rogans" with the. .naked, unaided eye,
that tho bug is not very readily recbg-.
nized by the shadow that ho throws,
inasmuch as ho is only one-sixth ofj n
micron in breadth, and a micron itself
is but a one-millionth part of n meter.
(By II. II. Bru Co.)
GLOBE, May 14. Tho stock market
today was featureless except for tho ex
treme dulness which provuiled through
tho session. Nothing has transpired of
importance to iniluonco prices of secur
ities. Stocks uro in strong hands und
as thero is no prossuro to sell, tho mar
ket is simply a waiting one nnd its ulti
mnto course will bo decided by tho
changes in tho condition of crops ana
by tho courso of tho money markot.
Stocks genornlly opened highor, but
sold off during the morning session and
closed nt fractional declines from Mon
day's opening figures. Wo still ndvisc
tho purchase of the dividend paying
coppor stocks on all weak spots nnd the
tnking of moderato profits on nny ad
vnnce. Considornblo trnding is done in Globe
Arizona and inspiration stocks. Kloven
thousand shares changed hands at our
ollico today nnd ten thousand shares of
Queen Coppor stocks wore sold. While
these stocks aro not among the high
priced securities, somo money may bo
made in n short time, ns these mines arc
nil developing nnd shipping good ores.
Now York Stocks
Amalgamated $ 94.50
Anaconda - 02.37
American Smelters 129.00
Atchison - . 90.75
Baltimore & Ohio 98.25
Colorado Fuel & Iron 34.C2
Now York Central 114.75
Beading ...... 109.00
Southorn Pacific 84.25
St. Paul 133.12
Union Pacific 140.37
U. S. Stool, common 37.12
Tonnossco Coal & Iron 149.00
Bo3tou Listed and Curb Markets
Globo Consolidated 12.25
Keweenaw , 10.00
Mohawk ... 80.50
Nevada Consolidated 15.00
Novndn Utah , 5.75
North Butto 92.00"
Shnnnon ,... 17.12
Superior & Ptitfiburg 17.87
Utah Consolidated 03.00
Wolverine & Arizona 2.12
East Globe 10.00
Globe Imp. Assn 109.00
Giant King . 20
Union Copper 00
Arizona National 95.00
THE SAFFOED CREAMERY
Institution Begins Its Second Year Un
der Prosperous Conditions
Money, 1( per cent.,
Adventure -. .... 3.00
Arizona Commercial .... 20.50
Boston Consolidated ...:.... 29.12
Butto Si London ..... 1.02
Butto Coalition (,.. 27.00
Blnck Mountain ..J. 5.75
Calumot & Arizona ....: .175.00
Centennial .-. 30.00
Copper Range ............ .. 82.75 s
Balnklala .v .'..... 9.50
.Ely . r.j-........- -9X2 -
East Butto i.... 10.00
Franklin ...- ..-. 10.75
Van Wogencn makes a specialty of
tinting. Satisfaction our motto. '
Nothing but pure cream usod in. rank
ing our ico crennt. Try a quart at the
Opora House Confectionery. 195
Tho Great Bigness of Texas
Texas is the biggest state in the
Union don't talk back to mo; I know.
The upper part of the Panhandlo of
Texas is nearer to Chicago than it is
to Gnlveston. Texas is as wide ns the
distance from Chicago to Boston, or
from St. Louis to New York City. That
is to say that from Texnrkana to El
Paso it is 1,100 miles. Texas has 3,
00Q.000 folks, 10,000,000 cattle, 12,000,
000 sheep nnd 3,000,000 horses. One
horse, you sec, for every man, woman
and child in the state. People who
havo not seen tho southwest during the
past five years cannot by nny descrip
tion realize its progress. What is
known as the "Santa Fe country" can
feed the world. Six years ago you
could buy in Texas 1,000 sheep for $1,
000. Now 1,000 sheep will cost you $8,
000. The real crop in Texas, howovcr,
is not .wool, but cotton. The cotton crop
in Texas for tho year 1900 was worth
over $200,000,000 in cold cash. They
raise a bale of cotton on an acre, and
n balo of cotton is worth $G0.
Texas has the second most important
shipping port in America, and if things
continue coinc as they havo for the
The editor of tho Guardian was shown
through tho Safford creamery Wednes
day by Superintendent John B. Miller,
and given many facts and figures to
show that tho institution is in a flour
ishing condition. Tho creamery was
launched a year ngo today, and is now
fairly established, with every prospect
of n prosperous career. A now storo
room is being built which will bo imper
vious to heat, nnd which will have a
capacity of several tons of butter. It
will bo kept at a Greenlnnd tempera
turo by four walls of ice. It has forty
milk furnishers who furnish nbout 2,500
pounds of milk daily, and thirty moro
who havo hand, separators and who sup
ply about 250 pounds of cream each
day. Tho creamery churns every other
day and produces nbout 1,500 pounds of
the finest buttor ever seen ench week.
Tho farmers have nveraged over $4
per mouth per cow, which is grentcr
than the nverago of pinked herds in
many eastern dairy centers. Somo of
tho farmers keep up a remarkably high
average of butter fat, showing excollont
care of tho cows and high-class stock.
On Monday last the receipts of cream
were the largest for any day yet, total
ing 900 jiounds, containing 300 pounds
of butteY fat.
The capacity of the churn is GOO
Tho butter finds ready sale through
out the southwest, and Safford is rnp
idly gaining famo for tho excellence of
its dairy product. '
Messrs. Olncy & Prina, the proprie
tors, arc to bo heartily, congratulated
on the success of their venture.
E. T. GREEN
Carpenter and Railder
P. O. Box 976 Ret. Pioneer Dairy
RICHARD E. GOODWIN
Box 407 GLOBf, ARIZONA
L.omiiATE Skcbkt Sehvicb ln all lu
branches. Investigations. CoUeotlons and
servloir ot Warrants. Prompt attention to
calls, and all business bandied la strictest con
fidence. Flrst-claM work: guaranteed.
Office with Judge Rawllngt
Try Melroso Ityo if you want
something extra fine; splendid for med
icinal purposes and as pure u brand as
can bo had -anywhere. Bankers' Garden.
The Lunch Problem is one that
confronts every business man.
"Where ean I get a good, whole
some lunch, well cooked and
quickly served?" Is 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 aa we
are, insure celerity , and satisfac
tion. Try us today
A. F. BANICEVICH,
H. G. Hopkins
U. S. MINERAL
Room 16, GIol?e Building
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND STJEOEONS
Office Booms, 5-7-0 Trust Building
Office Phone Main 181
Sesidence, TJominioa Hole!
.9.8L.past five years, in ten years moro the
10.50 shipments from Gnlycaton will exceed
17.50 in value tho combined exports of Bos-
15.02 tori and New York. Klbert Hubbard in
FAMOUS INDIAN HOT SPRINGS
A noted resort for healtn ana
- pleasure. Bates, $2.00 to $3.00
per day. Twenty minutes ride
- from Hot Springs Station, Gra
ham county, Arizona; easy car
riages and careful drivers. These
wonderful waters aro recommend
ed to euro rheumatism, gout,
dropsy, liver, kidney and stom
ach troubles, blood disorders and
women's ailments. New and
magnificent hotel elegant rooms and first-class accommodations. Beau
tiful lawns and shado trees; largo plunge and swimming pool; also fish
lake and boating, lawn tennis and croquet and swings. Try our won
derful mud and mineral baths. Ton can get reduced rates from Globe.
If you are sick, get well. If well get pleasure and rest.
AT.r.YANTiER RROTHEES. Postofflcc Fort Thomas, Arizona.
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Hotel Dominion Phonh 1341
Office: ROOMS 1-3 TRUST BUILDING
DR. P. B. CALER
Office over Palace Pharmacy
GEORGE K. FRENCH
gyp iffi My. 1 M un - ?AV IXCmVi
Rooms 7 and 8, P. O. BUlg. Phone 1241
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A BIG SALE OF
WHEN YOU PAY FOB AN ABTICLE, IT ISN'T FOE THE AETIOI.E IT
SELF YOU ABE PAYING, BUT THE SATISFACTION YOU ABE GOING
TO GET OUT OF IT, AND IT IS WHEN YOU USE IT THAT YOU GET
BACK THE MONEY YOU HAVE SPENT, IN SEBVICE, SATISFACTION
AND COMFOET. BUY THESE BABGAINS FOB THE SEBVICE, SATIS
FACTION AND COMFOET, AND ABOVE ALL, THE MONEY SAVING.
THESE GOODS CANNOT BE DUPLICATED FOE THE PBICE ANY
WHEEE IN GLOBE.
Geo. Everett Baker, E. M.
U. S. DEPUTY
Office with Mitchell Mining Company
. TEUST BUILDINO
Got That Oliver Typewriter Yet?
At Last It's Here
The OLIVER No. 5
GEACE F. DODOE, AGENT
Stenographer and Notary. Public
The Acme Hotel I
8 I FRED TEMME, Manager
Formerly the Metropole Cafe 8
We are prepared to furnish your house complete.
The many usoful things snch as quilts from $1.25 to
45.00, blankets from 81.00 to $8.00, sheets all sizes;
pillow cases, pillow tubing, all widths; counterpanes,
sheetings, dre33er 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 outsido. When it comos
to house furnishings, we aro thero with the goods and
Pie prices you will surely find to bo right.
Buckets, pans, pots, kettles, skillets, etc., etc., and
all of a good quality and low prico.
Clean-Up of Lawns
We find that we havo too many lawns in stock and
must clean them up (before our fall goods arrivo, and
we will certainly mako It to your Jntorost to visit us
and get our prices and compare them with tho other
places. You will be our customors if you take advant
age of this offer.
Say, are you going to tho Coast7 If you are, then
come in and gat tho goods thoy aro woaring over
there. We have them. Thoso dainty pin checks, in
all tho latest materials, Got tho material fqr your
bathing suit and get ready for a swim.
Be pleasant, buy your hammock and swing on tho
front porch and spend your loisuro at homo looking
at the clear bluo sky.
Hats! Hats! Hats!
Wo havo a lino lino of hats brim full
of style. Gcnuinp hair hat hands, $3.00.
Dishes a Specialty
Dishes a Specialty
. Special Notice.
Bomember our men call at. your door;
toll them your wants; thoy will tako
caro of thom.
The Big Bargain Column
Men's Suits. $15.00, now 10.00
Men's Suits, $12.50, now ' 8-
Men's Suits, $10.00, now 0
Men's Pants, $4.00, now 3.00
Men's Pants, $3.50, now 2-50
Men's Pants, $3.00, now 2.00
Men's Pants, $2.50, now 1-
Men's Pants, $1.50, now . . . . . . . . . 1.00
Men's Overalls, 90c, now ... j. .....' 65
Men's Hats, $3,50, now V V V ' 2'5
Mon's Hats, $3.00, now " 2-00
Men's Shirts, $2.50, now ,-; i-00
BOYS' SUITS, ONE-THIBD OFF. , cA'
LAWNS, 5c, Gc, 7y2c, 8 l-3c and 10c. J
LACE, 81-3 and 10c, now 5c.
LADIES' BONNETS, 50c, now 25c.
CHILDEEN'S HOSE, 25c, now 10c.
CHILDBEN'S HOSE, 20c, now 81-3c. ;
KHJ GLOVES, 1.50,, now $1.00. -' "' ,
Nico VESTING, 50c, now 15c.
Nico VELVET, 50c, now 25c.
We havo moro lamps than any storo in Globe, and
only a look at thorn will convinco you that wo can
Eavo you monoy. Tho wall lamp, just tho thing for
camp life, also burners, chimnoys and wicks. All aro
choap. Wo mako . a specialty of furnishing up tho
bacholor's camp. ,
Elite Hair Dressing Parlor
Boom 28 Globe Office Bldg.
U. 8. DEPUTY
Booms 20 and 26 .Globe Building
MANAGEMENT AND STRICTLY
CLASS IN EVERY WAY
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
Tnr!nir thn summer vacation Prof. A.
K. Stabler will conduct flight 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 BEANCSES: Those of tho
upper grammar grades.
SPANISH: Under a competent teacher.
School opens June 3.
Address inquiries to V. O. Box 525.
Globe National Bank
Are getting very, frequent.
Do not let your "Insurance
Policy and other valuable papers burn
when your house does, and you may be the
next one to suffer. Rent a Safety Deposit
Box and protect .yourself. We furnish the
box and you keep the key.
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X. J. H K.I.I. M VUiUH
E. F. KELLNEE Prosldent
J. N. POETEE. . .Vico President
H. C:HANAWALT, Asst. Cashier
i! The Globe Bank & Savings Co., Inc. -$25,000.00
Real Estate and Banking-Thate us
GOINO AT A
A Big Sale of Honest Goods
BIO NEW LINE
ALL GO CHEAP
One dollar opens a savings account with us, or you can keep an open check acocunt, just as you please. '.
Wo havo a shipment of Savings Banks coming to keep in your home and they will be here in a few. days. Don't
fail to get one when they como.
All peoplo wanting EEAL ESTATE at bottom prices seo us.
aro on tho ground floor all the time. Wo don't write p
They aro all coming here and people see that we
poetry to sell Bcal Estate or peddle you any not ait.
I. N. KINSEY, Inc
Dealer in listed and unlisted securities
Quotations from New York, Boston and Duluth by quick wire service
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