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title: 'Daily Arizona silver belt. (Globe, Gila County, Ariz.) 1906-1929, February 06, 1910, Page Page Two, Image 2',
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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
THE SILVER BELT PUBLISHING CO
H. H. IIIBNER
II. 0. HOLDSWORTH
OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE COUNTY OF GILA
OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE CITY OF GLOBE
Daily, by mail, ono year 750
Daily, by carrior, ono month 76
Weekly, ono year 2G0
Weekly, six months . . . .- lt25
MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS
ENTERED AT THE POSTOFFICE IN GLOBE, ARIZ.,
AS SECOND-CLASS MAIL.
The Silver Belt has a larger paid circula
tion than any daily newspaper ni the world
published in a city with 12,000 or less population.
Manv a man marries for love of money.
'And it is
all up with a quitter when he is
The best time to boost for Globe is-time.
Even a straight-laced man has beoif known to
A nice thing about being a millionaire is the
anxietv of all the merchants .to sell you goods
A nice thing about being a millionaire is the
anxietv of all the merchants to sell you goods
If Chemist "Wilev will add to his information
on bow to toll when an ecrsr is fresh, how to get
them, he will fill the bill.
"With rivals out for the seats of Senators
Lodge and Hale, New England seems to have
lost all respect for tradition.
Sidewalks in the residence districts will give
Globe the proper tone and pedestrians a chance
to more successfully navigate.
Ir. Roosevelt is to express his opinion when
he returns home. Another excuse for the "spec
illative elemeut to bear the market.
The El Paso Herald refers to ground hog day
as "sausage dajr." Undoubtedly a typograph
ical error. What the Herald evidently had in
mind was ground dog day.
The Bisbee Miner comes through with the
positive declaration that a vulture, is a bird.
Now will the wise man of the Miner tell an
anxious public what is a democrat?
Being confronted by strikes, boycotts, inves
tigations, prosecutions and other discouraging
features, the food trusts arc in a position to re
flect on the wise policy of Davy Crockett's coon
Friends of "W. "W. Brookner are insisting that
he make the race for mayor on the democratic
ticket. Mr. Brookner is a strong man and his
nomination would spell success for the' entire
You shouldn't advocate the destruction of the
church just because1 some religious fanatic has
lost his mind and murdered a few people. The
church is not responsible for the mentality of
If you have had a love tragedy don't add to
its intensity by undertaking to tell about it in
rhyming verse of questionable merit and meter.
Bear your grief alone. The editor man hns
troubles of his own.
The people in the valley towns seem to be
heartily in favor of the greater chamber of
commerce idea and will work with Globe in its
consummation. Such a union of forces is sure
to result in great benefit and the preliminary
steps should be early taken.
Residents of Mesquite street in the vicinity of
Hill are wondering whether they were compelled
to pay a premium in giving a demonstration of
their generosity and enterprise in having the
hill graded. They are demanding that the arc
light removed during the reign of Ilarmsen be
Mr. Birdno stands practically alone in his
advocacy of a jointure of Gila and Grnlinm
counties, or the annexation of lower Graham by
Gila. The people of Graham county would liot
support such a move and Gila isn't seeking any
additional territory. When Graham county is
more fully developed up Ft. Thomas way -and
becomes more densely populated, there- is little
doubt that Pima will become the county scat
And that's the rub that offends Mr. Birdno
THE ROUTE TO SUCCESS
Have you ever thought of it that when a man
is Sick when he is not eaniing moneyis ex
actly the time when he cannot afford to hire a
Stop and ponder a minute.
If you haven't, you have probably heard a
merchant advance an exactly similar doctrine
There be merchants who figure that in "dull
times," when money is not easy to get, they can
not afford to spend it for advertising space.
If there is any essential difference between
these two ideas wherein does it lie?
Of course most men realize
WHEN ANYTHING ELSE EXCEPT THE
SUBJECT OF ADVERTISING IS INVOLV
ED that at a time when anything is necessary
is no time to quibble about whether or not it can
be ''afforded." But, as to advertising, a few
men imagine that none of the laws of business
apply to that.
-Nothing else so effectually lines up the com
petent business men in contrast to the incompe
tent ones as this very matter of advertising.
When "times" are' "good" and money is
"easy," the REAL merchants advertise liberal
ly BECAUSE IT IS NECESSARY TO STORE
PRESTIGE AND GROWTH. The less capable
merchants advertise more or less liberally, ac
cording to the mood of the moment, merely to
be "in the swim."
When the "pinch" comes and timid people
get a little scared at shadows,, and inclined to
"stampede" with any Hock of human sheep that
comes tumbling along the capable merchant
sees his opportunity, sets his more or less square
jaw at a fighting angle, and'begins to test the
efficacy of newspaper publicity in times of stress
HE MAKES NEWSPAPER ADVERTIS
ING HIS ALLY HIS DEPENDENCE.
He stakes more on it than all other helps com
bined. AND IT DOES NOT FAIL niM.
It "pulls him through" the hardest business
conditions that ever happened. And he comes
out of the fight twice as strong as he went into it.
these inferior courts is so often lightly esteemed.
What would be thought if the supreme court
should order John D. Rockefeller to roll a barrel
of oil from New York to San Francisco, or the
beef barons toeat a whole hog, squeal and all, at
one sitting? The enforcement of the laws should
bo a serious matter, scrupulously attended to,
and not made a butt of every jack-in-oflice who
labors under the misapprehension that he was
placed on the bench to exhibit his supposed
sense of humor, or to advertise himself as a sec
The latest offender in the way of imposing
freak sentences is the mayor of Indianapolis,
who is reported to be substituting for the penal
ties provided by law, orders requiring liquor
dealers found guilty of violation of the law to
produce certificates from ministers attesting
their attendance at church on Sunday. Now, no
criticism can be made of the advisability of in
ducing these offenders to attend church by moral
suasion, but there is certainly nothing in the
laws of Indiana or any other state imposing
compulsory church attendance as a penally for
law breaking. The "sentence" is, therefore, out
side, the law and unenforceable, and tends to
bring the law into contempt by substituting for
the punishment prescribed by the statute or or
dinance a condition that, it is safe to sav, is re
garded as a "joke" by the offenders.
There are too many instances reported from
time to time of justices of the peace, police mag
istrates and mayors with judicial jurisdiction in
venting and imposing freak sentences. Small
wonder that the administration of the law by
(As he dictated it.)
Phyllis, up in the morning,
Spirit of love and spring;
Phyllis, lithe as the willow,
Voice like the birds that sing;
Phyllis, full of sunshine,
Sparkling like the drops of dew,
Phyllis, Phyllis, 0 Phyllis!
I This is a song for you.
Phyllis, why do' you linger?
Why do your feet remain?
Phyllis, we wait your coming
Over the bloom-decked plain:
Phyllis a.hrimmmg beaker
Now" your health we quaff,
Setting our hearts all leaping
Lighter than wind-blown chaff.
- . Do Fill Us
(As his stenographer took it.)
Fill us up in the morning,
Spirits of loving spring !
Fill us tight as a pillow
Boys like the birds that sing.
Fill us full of moonshine,
Sparkling like dropsy due
Fill us, fillus, oh, "fill us!
This is too strong for you.
Fill us ! Why do you linger ?
Why are your feet in pain 1
. Fill us ! We wait your cunning "
Over gloom-necked plain.
Fill us a brimming beaker
Now to your healthy graft,
Sending our heartshorn leaping
Light as'a ringboned calf.
THE ASTOR PEARLS
The worth of beauty may be greater than in
trinsic value. At the same time, most women
may be astonished at the disclosure that Mrs.
William Astor, a woman of ample means and of
highest social leadership, included some ninety
imitation pearls in a five-strand necklace of
some fame in the annals of fashion. There have
been tales of'family jewels replaced by substi-
JIc Was Occupied
"Husband, what slis-,11 we call the baby?"
"Oh, I dunno," said the professor. "Don't
bother mo now. I'm trying to think-up a name
for a new microbe."
the owner must have made the pretense mten
tionally. The question is whether this was an
act of proprioty in one to whom was granted
the responsibilities of high social position.
The answer of precedent is in the affirmative.
Art has so far supplemented nature in the case
of the pearl that the mere eyesight ot an expert
may be deceived. It has come to be conceded
that the very rich may wear imitations, and not
alone of pearls. When the Tuileries were sack
ed it was learned that Eugenie wore flounces of
imitation lace. Only touch and close scrutiny
could detect the difference, which an expect
could not detect at' a little distance. There is
no logical objection to the practice. It is a
tribute to the skill of the modern artisan. The
question is one of pleasing the appreciative eye.
For adornment articles must be judged by their
effect. The point is that only the very rich can
afford discoverable deception. The less wealthy
must wear genuine jewels or none.
"Couple of fine girls, ain't they? ' One of '.em
is a fine singer, and the other one can cook."
-"Yes, old man. But there's a tragedy in your
home The one who sings thinks she can cook,
and the one wlio cooks hunks huu vim oi5-
1 ' Stop ! I am an agent for the Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and I see you
are driving a norsu wuiuu wan o.v.;
Cabman (confidentially) Hist! Th' hoss is
all right. It's me thet's holdin' him in. I'v got
a passenger wot pays by the hour.
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THERE'S NO CHOICE
cuffs, shirts, etc., dc
laundry, so" far as e"
finish arc concerned
alik2 simply pcrfe
have to po throug'
to find something
when wo do the la
first shirt or collar
bo above criticisn
that kind of launde
Arizona Steam Lairi
Grammercy Do you think your son will for
get all he learned at college?
Park T hope so. I don't see how he can earn
a living playing games.
"Bo you always keep a-smiling about your
"Naw; I look grouchy! Then I ain't asked
to do no extra work."
Mother Johnny, if you don't behave J shall
Johnny Er don't you think it would be
more womanly to use direct influence?
"I wished to keep my engagement secret, but,
unfortunately, I told -Foster."
"That's all right. Nobody believes what he
Office: Corner Oak aam
To enable us to make room for our
Spring Stock, which will be arriving
within the next 30 days, we have de
cided to close out our remaining Fall
and Winter goods below cost price.
(Only a few left)
Regular $35.00 for $20.00
Regular $30.00 for $18.00
Regular $25.00 for $15.00
Regular $20.00 for $11.00
Regular $15.00 for $9.00
Regular $9.00 for $5.00
LADIES' COAT SUITS
(Only a few left)
Regular $60.00 now....$30.00
Regular $50.00 now....$25.00
Regular $45.00 now.. .$22.50
Regular $40.00 now... $20.00
Regular $35.00 now....$17.50
Regular $30.00 now...$15.00
ONE-PIECE SILK DRESS
Regular $22.50 for $11.25
Regular $20.00 for $10.00
Regular $17.50 for $8.75
$18.00 values now $9.00
$16.00 values now $8.00
$15.00 values now $7.50
$10.00 values now $5.00
$17.50 waists for $11.00
$16.00 waists for. $10.00
$15.00 waists for $9.50
$10.00 waists for. $8.00
$9.00 Avaists for $5.00
$18.50 values for $9.25
$16.00 values for $8.00
$15.00 values for $7.50
$10.00 values for $5.00
$8.50 values for $4.25
SILK KIMONOS AND
AH 50 per cent Off
LEATHER HAND BAGS
Regular $4.75 to $8.00 values
Now Y2 price
Regular $6.00 robes $4.00
Regular $1.85 robes $1.25
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tlon. Begul&r meals el :
lunches at all hours. 0:dd
provate dinners in advarct
We serve only the
Make this your
We serve it
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Crowley & MeAultf
Our motto: "If it a't tf
make it right. '
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