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10 per cent
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On all Holiday goods bought
at Van Wagenen's for Cash
before December 20.
A chance on the big doll with
every dollar cash purchase.
VAN WAGENEN 1
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Every Hat in the House
MUST BE SOLD BY DECEMBER 20
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Present prices of hats range from $5 to $38.
In this great closing sale prices will range
from $2.50 to $9.
NOT A SINGLE HAT RESERVED
On Dec. 20, Mrs. Fort will leave for tho East, where
she will spend tho holidays, and then purchaso a large
stock for tho Spring trade.
"What is by long odds ono of tho big
gest mining deals that 1ms been undor
tnkon in tho Burro Mountain mining
district is now being consumated, so
it is understood, whereby tho Copper
Gulf Development Compnny will in
crenso thoir holdings from oigliteon
claims to over sixty claims and will
acquire an ncrcago of npproxinintcly
1,000 in the very heart of tho rich por
phyry copper belt of tho Burro Mountain
district, says tho Silver City Indepen
dent. Officials of tho company aro ro
ticcnt about giving out any information
with regard to tho reported deal, but
it is learcnedfrom an outside sourco
that such a deal is in process of consu
mation and will bo completed within
n few days. Tho properties included in
tho deal aro twenty-eight claim's of tho
Alessandro Copper company, called tho
Gettysburg group, scvontecn claims- in
tho Bontley group nnd six claims in
tho Leopold-Tyrono Copper Company
group. All tho properties Ho in a group
nnd with tho eighteen clnims of the
present Coppor Gulf holdings will form
nearly 1,000 acros in the copper-porphyry
belt or" the district. To tho north lies
tho princoly mining cstato of tho Che
mung Coppor Company, to the west
tho enormously rich deposits of tho
tho National Mountain Coper Mining
Burro Mountain Copper Company and
tho National Copper Mining Company
nnd to tho south the vnlunblo group of
claims owned by tho Comanche Mining
and Smelting Company. Tho Copper
Gulf group is literally bounded by tho
mining estates of tho four companies
mentioned nbovo and with the excep
tion of a fow isolated claims takes in
all tho remaining groujid in tho center
of tho porphyry mineral bearing dis
trict. It is understood that as soon as tho
deal is completed extensive develop
ment work will bo begun at onco by
tho Copper Gulf company. Machinery
will bo installed for going down to a
great depth as it is thero that recent
development work by tho Chemung has
demonstrated Ho great bodies of low
grado sulphide ore. t is understood
$275,000 in tho treasury to dovelop tho
property nnd taht it will bo done thor
oughly, no ono doubts who knows tho
directorate of tho compnny which in
cludes such nion as II. B. Hovland, nnd
Hoval Smith, prominent in tho Bisbco
and Globe Holds. E. A. Wayne, the
present suporintendont of tho company,
I will have chnrgo of tho future work
which has nlroady been mapped out.
Mr. Wfiyno was superintendent of tho
Globo Consolidated Mining Company at
Globo, Arizona provious to coming hero
and is n mining cngincor of prominence
nnd ability. Under his direction ono
hundred thousand tons of oro have been
blocked out on tho 200 foot level of the
Virginia mine "which, is ono of tho orig
inal eighteen claims tho Copper Gulf
started in with. This orq is a sulphide
averaging from two to four per cent
copper nnd tho indications aro that tho
body of which it is a part is ono of
immense sizo and tonnage.
Mining men who arc accqunintcd
with tho character of tho country which
tho Copper Gulf is acquiring have no
hesitnncy in stating that it is very
promising ground with all surfaco and
gcologicnl conditions favorablo to tho
uncovoring of immense bodies of low
grade sulphides. The development work
dono by tho Cliomung nnd other com
panies operating in this mineral Rearing
district has' demonstrated to n reason
able degree, that in alj this ground
thero is a barren zono varying n depth
from 100 to 200 feet, according t( local
conditions, which must bo penetrated
before this ore bearing zono is en
countered. This barren zono ci tends
tfrom water level and is caused by tho
leaching out of the copper values which
sink through tho porous porphyry soil
sometimes to a depth of 200 feet. This
was demonstrated in the No. 2 shaft
of tho Chomung, where after passing
through absolutely barren ground for
something liko 200 feet, they have en
countered an immenso body of sulphides
at tho 500 foot level.
GilafVaUey, Globe k Northern
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Ticket old each Saturday and Sunday, Limit Monday
Reduced Round Trip Rates
Christmas and New Years, 1907-08.
One and one-third fare for the round trip between all stations.
Sale Dates; Christmas Tickets, December 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 1S07.
Rsturr? Limit January 2, 1908. No stopovers allowed.
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AFTER ENGINEER IS STRICKEN
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GROCERIES, FUEL and FEED
ALLKNTOWN, Pn., Dcccmbor 14.
Under conditions which seem to indicate
that he was dead nt tho throttle, Cal
vin Frederick, nn engineer on tho Le
high vnlloy railroad, today ran his lo
comotive past a danger signal near Ber-
ryville, Carbon county, and caused a
wreck. Richard Miller and Cyrus
Young brakemen, were dangerously
Frederick's west-bound train crashed
into the rear of another freight. Fred
crick's locomotive wa's overturned, the
cabooso into which it crashed was dc
inolishcd, nnd a freight car was wreck
ed. Miller and Young wcro scalded
by steam from tho locomotive.
After tho wreck tho engineer was
found dead, with his hand on tho throt
tle. Tho body was in such a position
that Frederick could easily have ex
tricated himself had ho been alive at
the timo of tho accident. Shortly be
fore tho wreck occurred, Frederick had
complained that ho had a peculiar pain
in his head.
THE POWER OP FEAR.
Gamble & Mclnroy
P. O. Box 109 Telephone 751 Store Opp. Depot
and Sidewalk Reinforced
Estimates on Buildings
Two-story Concreto Block House, West
of Globe Lumber Yard. P. O. Box 221.
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Solicits your patronago and guarantees
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc.
Olvo this popular place a call
Sheet Iron Stoves at twenty-flvo per
cent oil at Sultans'.
Edmund T. Satchell
Assayer and Chemist
41 BROAD STREET P. O. Box 867
399 Broad Street WATCH US GROW
Merchants' Lunch, 11:30
to 4 p. m., 35 cents.
Wo cater to tho family trade;
ladles and children especially
Dinner A la Carte,
7:30 p. m.
4 p. m. to
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Don't forget to placo your nouitrv or.
acra with us. Turkoys, Ducks. Chick
ens, fancy Broilers and Spring Chick
r -inravR oil hand.
Limburgor, Swiss and Cream
Oysters in Bulk and Can"
Genuine Sheop and Lamb always to
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JOE RYAN, - Manager,
Mayors as Men of Destiny.
When Mr. Cleveland stepped from the
mayor's ofllco in Buffalo into tho gov
ernorship at Albany, preparatory to re
moving his field of activities to tho
White House, did Jio realize tho extent
to which ho increased tho yrcsitgo of
tho oxecutivo post in important cities!
Probably not. Soveral persons who
havo hold that oflico in tho past few
years havo bcon mentioned in connec
tion with higher office. Some of them
havo gono higher. Governor Higgins
of Rhode Island, had previously beer
mayor, of Pawtucket. Mayor Hewitt
of New lork, who beat Roosovelt and
Henry George in tho triangular raco of
188G, had his namo coupled with tho
orosidential nomination nftcrward, but
did not receive it. "Golden Rulo"
Tones. Toledo's mayor, ran for tho gov
ernorship of Ohio, but was dofcatcd. A
liko fate befell tho present mayor of
Clovcland, Tom L. Johnson. Many may
ors, present and recent, becnino national
figures, Among theso aro McClcllan of
Now York, Carter H. Harrison of Chi
cago, Rose of Milwnukeo, Wells of St.
Louis, Brand Whitlock of Toledo, Fitz
gerald of Boston, and Dunno of Chicago.
Until Schmitz, of San Francisco, got
into tho troublo which placed him bo-
hind tho prison bars! ho. too. had n
namo which politicians coupled with
Tho contest of 1903, which attracted
most attention throughout tho countrv.
was that of Hearst afainst McClcllan
for tho post of mnyor of Now York.
Clovolnnd was a contcr of intorcst in
1907 for a similar reason.
What would havo been tho offect on
Roosevelt's futuro if ho instead of now
itt had been elected mayor of Now
York in 1880. Possibly that would havo
sent him to tho presidency without
tho nid of tho Spanish war. For a man
of ability, cnorgy, versatility that post
offors great opportunities for distinc
tion. Do Witt Clinton resigned from
tho sonato at Washington to becomo
mayor pf New York, and his work in
that office aidod in getting him tho
presidential nomination in 1812. Les
Ono of tho Most Deadly Instruments fox
Marring Human Lives.
The recent spcctaclo of multitudes of
people (mnny of them waiting in line all
night) drawing their money out of per
fectly sound manks and trust companies
is a good illustration of tho power of
fear to bring about a financial panic,
oven in tho midst of prosperity. There
was absolutely no real causo for this
panic which, for a time, played such
havoc in tho financial world.
In all parts of tho United States
level-headed, conservative business men
aro most optimistic. Representative
business men, prominent merchants and
manufacturers in different parts of the
country have been interviewed and
they say that busincs was never more
satisfactory, that the volumo this year
will greatly oxcoed that of last year.
Tho demand on wholesale houses for
spot and futuro goods is better than a
year ago. Collectoins aro good, and tho
fall business promises to bo as large
as lost year. In the west business is
reported better than ever before.
If instead of giving up to his fear, a
man would persist in keeping prosperity
in his mind, assume a'hopcful, optimist
ic attitude, and conduct his business in
a systematic, economical, far-sighted
manner, actual failure would bo compar
atively rare. But when a man becomes
discouraged, when he loses heart and his
grip, ho is not in a position to mako
tho effort which is absolutely necessary
to bring victory out of anything, and
thero is a shrinkago nil along tho line.
Courage must lead in any great under
taking. Efficiency will only follow con
Fear is ono of tho most deadly instru
ments for marring human lives. It has
a deadening, paralyzing, blighting influ
ence upon tho wholo being. It impover
ishes the blood, destroys health, by im
pairing tho digestion, cutting off nutri
tion, and lowering tho physical and
mental vitality. f It crushes out hope,
kills courage, and so enfeebles the
mind's action that it cannot create.
Fear kills initiative. All work dono
when ono is suffering from a sense of
fear or foroboding has littlo efficiency.
Fear strangles originality, daring, bold
ness; it kills individuality, and weakens
all tho mental processes. Great things
aro novor dono under a sense of fear
of some impending danger. It depress
es normal mental actionfi and renders
ono incapable of acting wisely in an
omorgency, for no ono can think clearly
and act wisely when paralyzed by fear.
Somo people aro always suffering from
this peculiar phaso of fear. They aro
going to lose their money or their po
rtion: or they aro afraid of accident.
or that somo fatal discaso is developing
in them. If their children are away
they seo them in all sorts of catastro
phes railroad wrecks, burning cars, or
ihipwrecks. Thoy aro always picturing
tho worst. "You never can tell what
will happen," thoy say, "and it is
better to proparo for tho worst."
Tho man who lives under this torriblo
3hadow of impending danger, with this
dread that something is going to hap
pen to his busincs, his family, or him
self, is in no condition to ward off tho
evil beforo which ho cowers. His men
tal attitudo lowers his vitality, lessons
his powers of resistance, vitiates his
efficiency, and ruins his resourceful
ness. Success Magazine.
A Shrowd Landlord.
"I may try a sclieme," said a Wash
ington Heights flat ownor, "that a ten
ant of mino who was in Paris this sum
mor was tolling mo about. A landlord
thero owning a group of flats on tho
morning of tho first of each month as
sembles his tenants jn his own apart
ment in tho building and there holds
a raffle. Tho winner gots tho rent of
his apartment free for that month. Tho
landlord says tho tenants stay on for
years always with that gambler's hope
of getting something for nothing. Of
courso ho loses what amounts to the
rent of ono apartment yearly, but he
has figured it out that oven then iio is
moro nhead with his own game of givo
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