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TuedAyi QMpb.or'1; 1907
-DAltY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
In Every Depart
ment of Banking
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Letters Mailed Here Absorb
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MX, Ariz., Scptcmbor 30. An
i, , thing about tho Arizona cli-
heretofore mentioned is that
. more for his monoy at tho
han nnywhero else, provided-
rrespondenta nil livo in tho
.: If they livo in tho e:ist it
, and it is suggested that if
.., - docs not -want to lay him-
t the charge of grafting on
he had bettor revise his
rs. issuo a differential rato
i i. or else make it a rule that
ts by tho initial postniastor
I- mt interference, right or
l -..ler present conditions ono
,- .ranco that his lottor will not
for postago nt tho other end
,,!..'. no mattor how urgent it
is all on account of tho cli-
- the story. Not long ago a
usincss houso got out a lino
.r letters. Tho managoniont
.- sealing tho letters nnd
t-.em nt first-class postago
:or results would follow for
IS IT ANY WONDER GLOBE DAS A
JACK, THE EXPOSER?
A City of Ten Thousand, Barren of Tailors and Clothes
Cleaners, With Money Flowing in a Golden Stream
and Nobody to Hold the Sack
H , .i.l is Ann!
IV n IiImiW.
dd, ause you haven't neither tho
t.m- r .itience to figure it out,- cht
Weil :n the past, much has depended
apparently n the exact number of inilc
.'ne 'in has meandered by; whether
-,. w i- a chemical blonde or a deep
. rs.cn brunette of tho blown-in-
, :. and warrantcd-ncver-to-crock
K ;iny more. Any kind of an.
.V mi ! . and no questions will bo
w . i 1 the moro of hor that got
u - : .. ! tter it will suit, just so Ann
1" - w .;. a trousers log or take the
.-- umr from that rusty old suit
""- last wintor and make it look
vv v - the matter!
i ou haven't a caro for your
twiitfit " Just as soon walk around
"iHiro;..litan Olobo with your panta
).. .ii frad at the southern terminus,
.u' k'.h.s bagging like a tumorous
j," w:h ..ii a bovine 's neck nnd the crisp
"pmr jf autumn toying 'ncath your
flaup.'g toat tails with tho peeping
iK.r r.radth of your immaculate linen.
A t-.'al absenco of bushclmen and
An i ..j.ining3 here for clothes clean
' who .an knock a spot from a min
" s .ralls and get. his full month's
-np. k without a whimper for tho scr-
It rray ! a case of going away from
bi .. got tho news, but tho eastern
pa;.pr. thp western papers and tho
sutrpm papers aro spreading Globo's
ilppi ral.p ondition to tho four cor
ner, .'-well, Hearst's syndicato of
K-" i little want ad that has re-'-ot
appeared in tho Los Angeles. and
an I''- isco Examiners, tho Chicago,
Nw V rk and Boston Americans and
in tn Vw Orleans Times-Democrat:
Wm i;ii Tailors and clothes cleaners
"-til Globe, Ariz., and start in
- - will be staked if necessary.
' ' - - thp best mining camp in Ari
' ' "'0 population, and no one
VMM ' V 1 I H
L-"l THE BEST ALWAYS
" 471 N. Broad Street Opposite St. Elmo
I IT IS NEVER TOO
A great many young pcoplo from
or tho Fall Term, and aro no r busily and pleasantly engaged in tno pursuit oi uieir courses.
A number of students who co Jd not enter at that tlino havo arrangod to do so on
!! on now ciassog wm jj0 organized in each department.
No other EusInMa noun in tho Southwest 13 so well nronared to do thorough, up-to-dato work, and no other
. ! iol is better known than tho Lamson Business Collogo. Especially Is tills
t ; most prominent citizens ara
ir you ovor oxpect to tako a business courso, why not enter on Tii03day,
ii The Lamson
TO THE DOST
Moisture of States in the
A !!.. 1 Cl
prompt dclivory would bo bettor as
sured nnd tho rccoivors would givo
moro heed to n sealed lottor. Very
properly tho company desired to got
nil it coulil out of Undo Sam, who
agrees to carry n letter weighing an
ounce for two cents. Thcso lottors
were so doviscd thnt whon thoy woro
weighed in nt tho postoffico thoy called
for just exactly two conts each, tho
scales boing on n porfect balance. Ev
ery ono of them that went to tho east
ern states was hold up for postage nnd
nnothor stamp had to bo furnished. It
amounted to a considorablo sum, bo
sidp tho troublo and dolny. It was all
on account of tho climate. Whon tho
lottcrs reached tho oast .thoy absorbed
just enough of tho moisture- to tip tho
This is nnothor victory for tho wcath
or bureau, which harps on tho humidity
of tho eastern atmosphere and tho lack
of it in Arizona. Some people profess
not to put a great deal of stock in tho
theory, but when it grips thoir pocket--books
at tho postoflico thoro is nothing
to do but submit.
to mako clothes or clean thorn; charge
your own price.
A lady in Xios Angeles, attaching the
ad. to her missive, writes to tho Bolt as
"To tho Editor
"Dear Sir: Tho abovo advertisement
was taken from oiir Sunday Examiner.
Now, it looks to mo ns if tho gentlemen
of Globo was in troublo nnd if tho
writer of the advertisement will send
his address to ICO S. Ave. 20, East Los
Angeles, Cal., I may bo able to help
thorn out. MRS. G."
Hero's a ray of hope; a lingering sun
boam of warmth from fast-flitting sum
mer. But Mrs. G. hasn't put up a bond
guaranteeing her presence in Globe;
neither has sho named tho aizo of the
bonus necessary to prompt Iior to for
sako tho soothing sea zephyrs nnd sweet
orange blossoms of California to come
here and cleanso our raiment nnd seal
fast tho rampant rents time has torn
in our pantalettes.
But here, indeed, is a modern Moses,
who is willing to lead us from tho dark
ness of our ashpit of despair. He goes
to tho industrial fountain head and ad
dresses his communication direct to tho
chamber of commorcc. Tho littlo want
ad., printed herewith, adorns the corner
of his epistle, and ho generously places
himself on tho altar of sacrifice in tho
"Burlington, N. J., Sept. 23, 1007.
"Board of Trade, Globe, Ariz.:
"Gentlemen: In roply to your ad
vertiscment for a first-class practical
tailor and cutter, I beg to ofTcr my ser
vices. I havo had a merchant tailoring
establishment in Burlington, N. J., for
eight years, but I lost my business by
boing defrauded financially, and my
preserit aim is to locate west. Ago, 37.
Married; two children; good appear
anco; G foot; 18. lb.; veteran of the
Spanish-American war; temperate, hon
est and rclinblc; first-class education;
executive ability; peaceable, but .not
afraid of any devil.
"Plcaso advanco tho necessary cash
for car fare, utensils, implements, fix
tures, etc., to open a tailor shop (be
tween $300 nnd $500) and I will bo
your man. I am healthy and full of
Have Your Clothes
Made at Home
By a real tailor and cutter. All our
clothes are made in our store
The Only Union Tailor Shop in Globe
NAME IS A GUARANTEE
Nicholson, the Tailor
LATE TO MAKE
all parts of tho Torritory entored Tho
former L. B. C. students.
Business College, phoenix. Arizona
puuh nn,d in poiinc-atlon with, my Jailor
in this direction, I nm led to belipvo
thnt I can ndvnnco your 'interests as
woll as my own; and also benefit your
"I nm propared to give Satisfactory
roforonccs and request tho favor of your
"Very truly yours.
"P. S. Just recoived tho nomination
ns justice of tho pcaco nnd polico jus
tice by tha Democratic party."
Binck shouldn't havo namod his prlco.
Thirty to fifty thousand dollars would
havo boon ns a drop to tho bucketful.
Any loving wifo in tho city would havo
parted with $400 or $500 to provent her
husband from becoming nn innocont in
voluntary Jack tho Exposor. Then,
ngnin, that cxposo of anatomical per
fection and fncial bonuty is liable to
ruin Binck 's chances. Bnr Leslie
Georgo nnd Gcorgo K. Fronch, and
where aro you going to pick up any
mnsculino beauts on thcso hills! Women
SUYER AT LARGE
DEPUTY SHERIFF LOOKS FOE HIM
IN TUCSON TO DISCOVER THAT
MURDERER HAS SKIPPED TO
YUMA OR CALIFORNIA.
TUCSON,- Ariz., September 30. For
tho past two days Thomas Bishop, a
deputy sheriff from Graham county, has
been in this city, hunting for a man
who is charged with having committed
a murder in Morenci some time ago.
Bishop has kept his identity quiot
since arriving, Whon asked if it was
not true that ho was hero searching for
a supposed murderer, however, ho ad
mitted that it was. When asked tho
name of tho supposed criminal, and tho
particulars of tho crime, however, ho
declined to talk.
Ho has been here for two days, ho
said, nnd confidently expected to land
his man befdro the next twelve hours
That Bishop has taken every precau
tion to keep his identity n secret was
proven this afternoon, when it was
learned that Sheriff Pachcco was in
total ignorance regarding his visit here.
In fact, Sheriff Pachcco stated that ho
had not known that Bishop was in the
Late this afternoon Bishop stated
that it was probablo that his man had
escaped to Yuma, and that ho expected
hourly to receive a tolcgram from Solo
monvillo ordering him to tho former
' Now Rcstauraut
Tho Merchants' Cafe is now located
opposite the postoffico and meals and
short orders will bo served.
Try our dinner today.
Van Waccnen. next door to the post-
office, does a general painting and pa
per hanging business. All work guaran
Owing to tho increase of tho cost of
hay and barley, wo will be obliged to
raiso tho price of boarding horses and
of livery. A rate card will bo found in
our office. Effectivo Octover 1, 1007.
BARCLAY, HIGDON & CO.
A Kind Grandfather
A beautiful moving picture at tho
Iris tonight. Also two comedy pic
tures. AMUSEMENTS '
West Minstrels Coming
William II. West Minstrels mako thoir
appearance at tho Dreamland theater
on October 2 nnd 3. Tho attraction is
well mounted nnd carefully staged and
the company includes some of Amer
ica's most clover people. Manager Ric
aby has this season gone in more for
tho genuino oldiftylo negro entertain
ment than for tho glitter that sometimes
covers up a Inck of talent, at tho Bamo
timo ho has not forgotten the surround
ings, and tho result is a very novel and
enjoyable performance. Tho opening
part, styled "tho Awaiting of Ifawn,"
is a very artistic and attractive piece
of stage arrangements. Tho giand on
try is an innovation to minstrelsy.
Roswell J. Wright, tho noted (soprano,
Lloyd Balliet, James Cantwoll, "William
Itonaud aro a corps of ballad singers
seldom gathered together, and are
backed by a chorus of twenty well
trained voices. Gcorgo Van and Billy
Graham, tho principal end moji, aro too
well known for comment here -nnd aro
ably supported by six clovor story toll
ers and songsters; tho first part conclud
ing with an artistic arrangement of
clover songs nnd dances, the ovolution
A GOOD START j!
Lamson Business Collogo at tho open-
truo in Globo whero a number of
now flr$ neglecting "the(ir hQuap.hdd, du,
ties, spinsters their knittin' and mai
dons their school duties, nil on account
of this pair' of over-beauty blest.
No, No; Binck, old boy, you can't
come to Globe and turn that benign
smilo loose wo'vo got Gcorgo and
French, and, well there's J. N. Porter,
And that P. B. well, thnt 'a simply
rubbing it in. A candidate forjustico
of the peaco on' tho Democratic' ticket
in New Jorsoyt Nay, nay, Mr. Binck;
Btay where you aro; mount tho political
pedestal from tho sand marshes of, New
Jersey; forget thnt you ever heard of
Globo and her published opportunities;
we aro full up to tho handle with tai
lors nnd tailorcsscs, clcansors and
Who inserted tho ad!
Oh, sotno fellow who thought it would
hurt the other fellow's business.
You see tho point!
and execution being difficult nnd fin
ished. Tho olio opens with a number of new,
novel and really sensational specialties,
among which appear tho European nov
elty act of Cameron nnd Toledo, their
net being ono of tho cleverest of the
day and beautifully Btagcd. Major
Smith, the Hindoo stick marvel manip
ulator; Mr. Georgo Van, a comedian
with an exceptional voice; the Battle
ship Four, a quartctto of singors and
dancers, who stand at tho head in their
particular line. Tho music is far above
the average, and, ns of old, the West
show this season stands out prominently
aos the real leader in minstrelsy.
Reserved scats on snlo at Globo Com
Satisfaction our motto. Wo havo
tho best equipped paint store in the
city. Van Wagonon, next door to tho
postoffico. Give us a call.
American Cleaning Works, next door
to Wells Fargo. All work guaranteed.
Oil) IE GLOBE
JOHN DRISCOLL PASSES AWAY AT
PATAGONIA WAS THE FIRST
MINER TO OPERATE A MACHINE
DRILL LN THE TERRITORY.
TUCSON, Ariz., September 30.
Mickey Durrick, who is ono of tho Twin
Buttcs foremen, received a letter today
from Patagonia,- telling of the death of
John Driscoll, a veteran minor, who has
long been one of his close friends.
Through the entire territory there
was probably not a better known miner
than Driscoll, ns ho came to Arizona
more than a score of years ago. He
enjoyed the unique distinction of hav
ing be6n the man who operated the
.first machine drill in a mino in the
This experiment was a great event
moro thnn twenty years ago, and Dris
coll. representing a New York manu
facturing house, mado tho demonstra
tion of the new machino which made
easier tho work of mining. The trial
was had in a lead mino in Yuma coun
ty. It was a complcto success and ex
cited great comment throughout the
Driscoll, in addition to having mined
in Arizona, also worked in the mris
in California, Montana, Idaho, Nevada
and other western states. Ho finnllyi
enmo back to tho territory.
Driscoll for a number of months past
had not been in good health, and it
finally dovoloped that ho was afflictod
wjth miner's consumption. Ho camo lo
Tucson nnd was in tho hospital here,
but did not improvo, and a. month ngo
ho returned to Patagonia, where ho
passed away. Ho owned a number of
mining claims in tho Globe district. Ho
is survived by a sister in Rutland, Vt.
Ho was 50 years old.
Watch tho Toggery.
I am tho man who will, without extra
charge, go anywhere in the city to tako
nn acknowledgment, dny or night, rain
or shine; also draw up deeds, releases,
mortgages and wills at small cost; bug
gy always ready in front of Brown's
store. Phono 441. L. H. Brown, tho
notary public. tf
Van Wagenon makes a specialty of
tinting. Satisfaction our motto.
Barrett sells drugs.
Silk pottlcoats; largest assortment, all
shados, all grades, on sale fir a foyr
days at 10 per cent, 20 per cent and 3.0
per cent reduction bolow regrlar prices.
Peoplo's Cash 'Storo, Dolph ;3aats, pro
prietor, Globe, Ariz.
Barrett sells drugs. J
Tho way to get rid of a cold, whothor
it bo a "bad cold" or just a littlo ono,
is to got it out of your system through
tho bowels. Nearly all cough cures; es
pecially tlioso that contain opiates, aro
constipating. Kennedy's Laxativo
Cough Syrup contains no opiates and
acts gently on tho bowels. Pleasant to
take. Sold by Hanna's Drug Storo,
See B. J. Kollnor & Co. for Firo In
surance. Several of tho largest com
panies. With Globo Bank and Savings
Co. 209 tf
Edmund T. Satchell
Assayer and Chemist
Latest, safest and most improved
model, guaranteed for oconomy and re
liability; simplest scientific engino built.
MINING AND IRRIGATION
Sold and installed on absolute guar
For a good fit go to
J. W: WALTER
Eear of Ingram's, opposito tho First
Suits Made to Order
for $25.00 and Up
A fit guaranteed or your money re
funded. Hats and clothes cleaned as good as
Just Arrived from Belfast, Ireland
Beautiful Assortment of Hand Woven Table Linens
with Napkins to Match. Prices for Sets
$10.00 to $35.00
Fluo Assortment of Gago Hat3, tho Latest Creations from Paris.
Wo now havo a first-class and up-to-dato trimmer.
Dress Making Department
With an experienced lady in charge. A magnificent assortment of beaut
iful things from tho East, for yoar inspection.
OUE QEAND FALL OPENING WILL TAKE PLACE MONDAY, SEP-
Old Dominion Commercial Co.
Luke Angius Steve Krlstovlch Nick Zcnovich
TRY THE NEW FIRM
ANGIUS .-ZENOVICH CO.
Dealers in Groceries and Provisions
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobaccos, Etc.
Everything Reliable and Endorsed by Pure Food Law
P. O. Box 59 1 -Phono 1571 "McKevitt Bldg., Globe, Arizona
THE GLOBE NATIONAL BANK
G. S. Van Wagencn. . . .President
Dr. W. A. Holt
A. W. Sydnor
C. M. Cushman Assistant Casldcr
Do a general
The Lunch Problem 's one that
confronts every bujinrss man.
"Where can I get a ifood, whole
some lunch, well cooked and
quickly served?" in a ques
tion that almost every busy man
asks himself every rVuy.
We make a specialv of serving: a
"BUSINESS MAri'S LUNCH,"
well cooked, always ready to
serve and centrally located as we
are, insure celerity and satisfac
tion. Try ur, today
A. F. BANICEVICH,
Standard Transfer Co.
TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE
All Kinds of Heavy Hauling Done
S90 Broad Street WATCH US GEOW
This Is the Place
Don't forget to" placo your poultry or
ders with us. Turkeys, Ducks, Chick
ens, fancy Broilers and Spring Chick
ens always on hand.
Sugar Cured Corned Beef and
Pure Home Rendered
Lard at Lowest Prices
Genuine Sheep and Lamb always to
bo had at the Central Market For a
squaro deal and treatment call at
The Central Meat
JAMES PITTS, Manager
OFFICEES AND DIEECTOES
J03. H. Hamill Vico President A. G. Smith Cashier
Patrick Boso Fred C. Griffon
E. Jtf. White Fred T. Bragonier
C. G. Mardorf Teller Keenan C. Shock; . CoUcctlon Clerk
banking business. You are invited to call
W. BROOKNER CO.
THE BIG STORE
'" 403 to 423
Not onco in a while, but every
timo you order. Delivered at
once. We handle nothing but tho
very best meats and our cutters
kBOW hOW to CUt It.. Tnat rn.
B eclved a fresh shipment of
SWISS, TWIN AND LIMBUR
GER. Phono us your order and
wo wili please you.
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND 8UEGE0NS
Office Eooms, 5-7-9 Trust Building
Office Phono Main 1841
Eesidence, Dominion Hotel
MRS.. A. E. BARKER
Manicuring and Chiropody, Massage
and Scalp Treatment a Specialty.
Globo. Office Building
MRS. P. A. SMITH
Special for obstetrics, typhoid and pneu
monia. Eesidence, 143 Lane street,
School hill, North Glebe.
SULTAN & WAYNE
A4i norm Jttroaa Btrcet -w- gp
P. O. Box 867 '', '
GEORGE K. FRENCH
vooms anu a. t. O bids I'hone 1241
U. S. DEPUTY
Eooms 26 and 26V2 Globe Building
MISS FREDA ADAMS
PLVNO AND OEGAN
424 South Hill
Assayer and Chemist
H. E. BIERCE
Agent for DEMING SMELTER
Subacribo for the Daily Silvpr Bejt,
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HI BEOAD STEEET P. O. Box 867
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