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Wednesday, Novt 13, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
In Every Depart- T,
ment of Banking J J
ST NATIONAL BANK OF
Is prepared to serve
you in a satisfactory
Pae Five ' :BS
Is More Valuable Than Her Mountains
jEV W T. BUOKNER GIVES HIS
'RESSIONS OP ARIZONA
AND HER PEOPLE
IF OU CAN MEET GLOBE ON
STAT.WART MANHOOD, YOU'LL
HAVE TO CITE ME"
My Dr Arizona and Friends, Good
bye, and Yet Not Good-byo Forever,
for I Expect to Livo Among Ycu at
Some Futuro Time."
Ke P.. Bucknor of Springfield,
y r. has been in tho city for n
nl- f days visiting his brother,
Hear ukncr, loft for his homo in
Mijsc" yesterday. Mr. Buckner is
jrcs:u ,; elder of the Springfield dis-tn-t
V K church south and is a min
is:; oarked ability.
This as Mr. Buckner 'a first visit
tj r oa, and the territory, with its
e- scenery and wondorful re
search was so much of a revelation to
L3 tj it is probable that ho will
rctaro ami make Arizona his futuro
t;2 He was particularly impressed
r;ts t sturdy, genuine manhood of
tia oocjnwealth and in the course of
allev. Globe & Northern R. R. Co.
Tickets on sale each Saturday and
Sunday good returning the following
Sportsmen's Outing Excursions
Investigate our Special
Commutation Tickets -
Now on sale. Good on all Randolph
G. V. G. & N. R R. Arizona
Maricopa & Phoenix Phoenix
000 Mile Tickets
Dates of sale Nov. 9 to 17, final
Our depot ticket office is open all day. Better
avoid the morning rush by purchasing tickets and
checking baggage a day ahead.
I. H. LANDIS, Genera! Agent, GLOBE
Ian intorviow before depnrting pad the
territory and tho peoplo n vory high
compHinent. Ho said:
"On leaving your beautiful little
city, its magnificent seonory nestled as
it is unudst whito-winged clouds of
fioattng beauty and mountains of gol
den treasure, my heart pours forth in
gratitudo to tho God of tho everlasting
hills for tho ninnhood which I found in
Globo and tho friendships which I
formed aro more enduring than time.
"Not long sinco while passing
through Jackson, Miss., on my way to
Now Orleans, a handsome and splondid
ly poised gentleman boarded tho train.
Ho was ono of these thoroughly up
proaohable, congenial sort of spirits ono
is bound to like. He took pains to toll
mo all about tho principal products and
.then exclaimed, 'Last( but not least,
wo protlueo mon.'
"On leaving Olobo today I should
liko to bo seated by my Mississippi
friond and say to him: 'If you can
meet Globe, Ariz., on tho level of stub
I wart manhood, you will havo to cite
me. J am from Missouri.'
"Deeper than tho foundation of tho
mountains and more sublime than thoir
sun-kissed summits aro tho characters of
many of tho mon I mot and these mon
were rich nnd poor alike.
"Tho world is getting bottor.
"Time is whirling ns on to that day
when a man will bo 'a man for u' that.'
Wherein no man who has gotten rich
cither by luck or pluck shall bo allowed
to tramplo upon a man becauso ho is
poor. I am glad to find this ideal com
ing more visibly to viow from Maino to
California. It's lino has gono out
through all tho 'earth and its words to
tho end of tho world. There is no
speech nor language where tho voice
of this ideal is wot heard. Tho heavens
declaro it. In thorn hath He sot a taber
nacle for tho sun, which is as a brido
groom coming out of his chamber and
rejoicing as a strong man to run a
"Last Tuesday night when I loft my
dear ones at homo ami my baby boy
HOT SPRINGS ROUTE
erritorial Fair-AND RETURN
of Rare Mineral
with pneumonia fovor, I felt that I was
going upon a long journey to a region
of blackened cinders and burro moun
tains, with its stretches of dosert
wastes, whoro thero was not a bird to
sing in its solitudes or a llower to re
lievo its desolation. But, oh! Whon
our train ran into thnt more than bnnn.
beautiful Gila rivor valley, I thought,
Can earth afford a more beautiful land
scapo or a richer soil?
"And when tho train whistled for
Globo I looked to meet tho sight of n
magnificonC city. I ennio in on tho
local, for our train was Into at Bowie.
I liko those trainmon. I shall roinom
bcr thorn over for their gontility. Sonio
of thorn may swear, but whoa thoy
learned I was a minister thoy treated
me with so much respect I was ashamed
of myself. T mot somo of thorn today
nnd T lovo thoin for thoir manliness. I
got off tho caboose way up tho trnek
from tho depot. I camo but a littlo
way whon I hoard music and a song
camo floating to my heart on this at
tonuato air; whon I stopped to liston it
was tho voice of a lady, p'or?ectly ac
companied ns sho sang:
" 'Liko a bird on tho doop far away
from his nest, I havo wandered my
Savior from Thee.'
"It scorned to touch tho throne in
answer to tho prayers of many broken
hearts and roll back in swcot strains
of peace. Then I said, If I am on lnnd
I am in the hands of Him who watches
tho sparrow's fall; and if on tho sea,
let the tides wrench and toss mo in
their ebbnnd flow: I shall not bo moved
for faith is an anchor sure clinging to
tho solid rock within tho valo of trou
"My dear Arizona and frionds, good
bye, and yet not good-bye forovor, for
I expect to livo among you some time.
And if 1 do not that which you havo
found will outwear tho bounds of time.
It is not gold, neither is it rich valloys;
it is tho philosopher's stone manhood
I admire, and I lovo all tho men I mot
and leave your town with ill will townrd
Lines in Arizona: &
1-2c per mile
vjf fJCI IEiiEIv
limit Nov. 19
I Glob 3 Is in Fine Condition and I
I Everything is
Dcspito tho fact that much is
of tho liveliest towns In Arizona
Rao last night, who roturned yortcrday after having spent a week in
f "Somo timo ago tho Old Dominion company cut down to a fivo-dav
shift, but last Monday thoy put on a six-day sliift, and it Is understood
f that within the noxt day or two men will bo working in tho mine every
4. day in tho week, as was tho caso in tho past.
f "Tho merchants in Globo are prosperous, and although tho town has
fof course been slightly affected by tho finacial stringency which Is gen
eral throughout tho country, it is nevertheless in lino condition and
.;. everything is booming. I spent a week In Globo on business, and was
f ablo to got a good insight as to tho existing conditions and am firm in
X tho belief that Globo is a comer." Tucson Star.
T P. D. McRao is a well known traveling salesman for a San Francisco
". hardware house and makes all of the important towns in tho southwest.
The sensational rural comedy drama,
"Joshua Siinpkins," will bo produced
at Dreamland Saturday niirht. Novem
ber JO. Tho play contains an interest
ing and intelligible plot, but it is not
allowed to interfere with tho fun, which
is said to bo in abundance. During tho
run of the play somo startling scenes
and situations aro seen, tho nrincinnl
of which is said to bo tho saw-mill,
in the third net, shown in complete op
oration, cutitng up real timber. The
saw used is tho genuine article, the
same as usually seen in large country
sawmills. Ail excellent band and fine
orchestra accompany this attraction.
The band will parade at noon, when
somo good music may bo looked for, all
boing dressed ns formers.
ANOTHER OIL WELL
BROUGHT IN AND
FOUR ARE IN SIGHT
THERE IS GREAT ACTIVITY IN
THE VIRGIN FIELD OF MO-
HAVE COUNTY AT PRESENT
AVILLCOX, Ariz., November 12.
Another well in tho Virgin field has
been brought in at a depth of 500 feet.
Four more are ncaring tho sand and
will bo in tho oil stratum within a few
days. ' Eight other wells aro drilling
and 'will bo completed boforo the end
of tho month. Thcso wells are shallow
and will provo good pumpers, but it is
thought that fihould they bo driven into
tho third sand big spouters would bo
struck. With n number of wells show
ing possibilities of tho oil field will
como tankage and other necessities of
tho field. Recorder McNccly this week
received advices from an- oil man stat
ing that ho, had traced the field four
miles wide and ten long in this county,
ttllll blllt -'() lUUtU UU ILli 4 It till 11 41 i
woll sunk on this belt to demonstrate!
its possibilities for a small amount of j
money. Ho Tays that a better blossom j
shows on this aiilo of the line than on
tho other. It is possiblo that a company '
will bo organized hero to make loca-
tions and sink a'well.
PITTSBURG DAY LIKE NIGHT
School Children in Panic When Pall
Falls Over City
PITTSBURG, Pa., November 12. A
moteorological phenomena was observed
hero today. Tho darkness during tho
morning becamo so great that panic
ensued in nearly all tho public schools.
Tho teachers had tho children stop their
recreations and sing to keep up thoir
At 8:15 o'clock this morning tho sun
was shining brightly; at 8:20 darkness
settled liko twilight; at 8:45 the,black
ness had spread liko a black helmet over
tho city, and at 9 o'clock ono could not
sco across tho street, in spite Of thou
sands of lights that had been lit. At
0:14 tho clouds began to fado away, and
n't 10 o'clock tho sun again shone its
Sco tho Ponies
A great net at tho Iris tonight. Seo
ontiro program on pago 0.
Bemcmber that wo havo tho largest
and best selected stock of men's cloth
ing and furnishings in Globo. Lantin's.
Is one of Globo's oldest and best
known cafes; everything flrst-clas3 In
his line. Call and bo convinced.
Wo framo pictures. Naquin & Co.
, Meals served Southern stylo.
Wo cater to tho family trade;
ladies and children especially
Lady Orchestra .in Attendance
BASEMENT OF TRUST
CIIAS. E. CUNNINGHAM & CO.
Booming, Says a
heard to tho contrary, Globo is one
at tho present time." said P. D. Mc.
RIVALS IN SWORD DUEL
Ono Is Injured After Quarrel Caused by
LAWRBNCEBURG, Tnd., November
12. Charles W. Bennett and Otis H.
Gordon, rivals for the hand of Mrs.
Minnie Cooper, a wealthy young widow,
called on her last night and tried to
"outsit" each other.
This led to a quarrel. Tho men trot
hold of two civil war sabers used for
wall decorations and wont at each other,
thrusting, striking and alternately driv
ing each other around the room.
Tho clnshing of tho swords attracted
AV. H. Guard, at whose home Mrs.
Cooper was visiting, and he hurried into
tho parlor. Uonnott was getting tho
worst of tho fight, being tovcrcd with
blood from wounds on his arm. Ho had
just fallen to tho floor, and Gordon was
about to jab tho saber through him,
when Guard kmwkcd him across tho
room with a chair.
Mrs. Cooper 'ran to tho street and
called for help, and policemen put the
two men under arrest. Bennett has
some severe cuts, but Gordon escaped
with a few scratches.
This Is Change Day
Two big vaudovillo acts.
Two beautiful moving pictures.
New illustrated songs.
At tho Iris tonight.
SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE
Ladies', children's and Infants'
ready-to-wear clothes. Millinery, fancy
goods, etc. .People's Caoh Store, Dolph
Baatz, Prop., 68G N. Broad street,
Sam Kco's for underwear and shoes.
VMK!fttja;.MFyBSj:..:' j.r-:-wA" j
ire I eas
powder Blaclt (S.
are pure. Packed flavor-
tight in dust-proof car
tons to protect their
purity and flavor.
J. A. Folder (SI Co.
Importers of Pure Teas
Latest, safest and most improved
model, guaranteed for economy and re
liability; simplest scientific cnglno built.
MINING AND IRRIGATION
Sold and Installed on absoluto guar
av s v
Globo Jobbing Shop. Fred R. Axtell,
proprietor, 3GD Dcveroaux, two blocks
east of Dreamland.
Tho largest stock of overcoats in
Globe. Stcin-Bloch and Alfred Bcnla-
min's at Lantin's.
Look Who's Hero
Two big vaudovillo acts and two mov
ing pictures at tho Iris tonight. Illus
trated songs byBilly Cummings.
Tho Merchants' Cafe is now located
opposito tho prstofllco and meals and
short orders will be servcil.
Try our dinner today.
Don't fail to sco Iloyo Brothers 'in
their comic shooting act tonight at tho
Satisfaction our motto. Wo havo
tho best equipped paint store in tho
city. Van Wngonon, noxt door to the
postofllce. Give us a call.
393 NORTH BROAD ST.
In Comedy Shooting Act
and Comic Acrobatic
In a Sketch
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
S99 Broad Street WATCH US GROW
Good to Eat
Don't forget to place your poultry or
ders with us. Turkeys, Ducks, Chick
ens, fancy Broilers and Spring Chick
ens always on hand.
Limburger, Swiss and Cream
Oysters in Bulk and Can
Genuine Sheep and Lamb always to
bo had at tho Central Market. For a
smiaro deal and treatment call at
The Central Meat
JOE RYAN, Manager
W. BROOKNER CO.
THE BIG STORE
403 to 423
All Prices and Sizes
I have a larger stock
of Furniture and House
Furnishing Goods than
all other dealers in
Globe. Get my prices
and you will find they
All goods guaranteed
as represented. If they
are not I will refund
J. P. M cNeil
Opposite Miners' Union Hall
Standard Transfer Co.
TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE
Ail Kinds of Heavy Hauling Done
Get a Good Meal at
Directly Opposite Pcstoffice
Substantial Home Cooking
and Heating Co.
P. L. BUTZ, H. W. TITUS,
0pp. Kinney Hpuse, Mesquite st.
MIAMI FLAT, ARIZ.
Solicits your patronage and guarantees
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc.
Give this popular place a call
DR. L. ALBERT COMBS
Veterinary Surgeon, Dentist and Grad
uate Royal College of Edinburg,
I treat all curable diseases of domes
tic animals. Offices, Barclay, Higdon
& Co. .Residence, tho whito house on
South East street. Call and examine
my diplomas at stable. Examination
free at office.
SULTAN & WAYNE
141 North Broad Street
P. O. Box 867
GEORGE K. FRENCH
Assayer and Chemist
H. E. BIERCE
Agent foe DEMING SMELTER
N. Broad Street
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