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I tl ", 'ft swapH fgfim T1 vt 'ifl'! f 'fftP. s- DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT Thursday, January ,1,0, 1907 '4fie Four -!$" m i im wm1 3B,,,w' 1 I Bowserrcear Death's Door ;Has a Toothache, and It Is Laid to His Wife as a Matter of Course. DOCTOR COMES IN HASTE Wben He Finds Out What the Trouble ' ls,.HeCallffPatien't Biggest jackass In America. Copyrlsht. 190C, by the McCluro News. - paper Syndicate. a T 3 o'clock the other nftcrnoou Mrs. -Hawser was given start iA-A to mo Mr.'Howser come walk- ' Ins Into the liouse. She went jlown tbo hall to meet him and ask If anything was wrong, but lie passed her without n word and entered the sitting room and threw himself down on the lounge w(th a groan. ' ;VI1I you tell what on earth ! tho matter with you?" she demanded .as. .jihe. followed and bent over him. 'Have you lost nil your money? Aro you 111? Is there nny bad news from mother?" :'4l?8-lt,s the toothache." be mutter ed after a minute. "Oh, Is that all?" she said as she heaved a sjgh of relief and mentally thanked heaven. "1 didn't know" "Is that all!" he shouted as ho sat up with a wild look on his face. "You "SHUT YO011 EYKS AJjI THY TO GO TO are probably disappointed because 1 was uot brought home dead. 1 shall soon ,be a corpse, however I have begn In mortal agony ever since I left the house this morulng. How I ecr managed to get home 1 can't say. 1 ifrledtb 'get the ambulance, but couldn't." Mrs. Bowser recalled three different occasions within the jear when sho bad suffered with toothache and when be Jjd called her a booby for even Ojentlo'ulng It. lie had said tnat no ,4ne e.y,er had toothache except from gross carelessness and that he was ""glad" to see her hopping around. She didn't call these things up. however. kOn the contrary, she called him poor jfellow and expressed her sympathy and .started away to make a mustard 'poultice for his cheek, ner time was .occupied for the next ten minutes, and during this Interval Mr. Bowser groan- 1ed 100 groans, being ten groans to the , minute, or one every sl seconds. He'ejacujated "Oh. my soul!" twenty times, beln'g one every thirty seconds! He called to Mrs. Bowser five times, being one call for every two minutes. Tried n Poultice. "Now, then," said Mrs. Bowser as bo returned with ihe poultice and tied It faqt to his cheek, "this ought to draw the pain out In a few minutes. Why didn't you come home sooner?" "Can r man in the ngonlcs of death and squirming around on the floor stop the performance and come homo?" ho demanded. "You poor, poor man! Was It as bad aB that? How I pity you! The pain will boon be gone, however. Shut your eyes and try to go to sleep." Mr. Bowser shut his eyes for ono minute. , Then he opened them. Then he glared across the room at the family cat. which was trying to look homeless and mournful. Then his lip trembled as he thought of being burled under a willow tree and the snow lying heaped on his grave nnd vMrs. Bowser being at a variety show lu her widow's weeds. "Are you better, dear?" she asked In a .whinner ns s'ie smoothed his mar ble brow. ' w Better! On a dying man be better? Can't jou see tbqt I haven't half an hour to live?" The cat deliberately winked at Mrs. Bowser and then turned his head away, and he Till never know wheth er the wink v,as returned or not. Then Mr. Bowser found the poultice too hot. Then be found It too cold. Then he sat up and groaned. Then he lay down and groaned. "I think 1 will heat some whisky and have you honl It In your mouth," suggested Mrs. Bowser. And sbo de parted to fulfill her errand. Sho hur ried ns fast as she could, but It took her seven mwiutes by the clock. During thin Interval Mr. Bowser kick ad with his right leg ten times, then with bis left leg eight times. He groan ed Ave distinct amhawfuljgroauB.He sighed sis 8tKas1twt'coukl bavo pfen beard at4 the front doorby .anyone looking for umbrellas to iriend.v . Hcturnrd With WhLlcy. "This ought to stop the ache In a minute or two." said Mrs. Bowser as. she returned with the steam Ipgwhjay' Mill Htflll 11 I" "l'a' Mr. Bowser got a mouthful und lay down and closed his eyes,. ,He kept them closed so long that she began to wonder If his soul had taken Its flight, but there was no occasion 'for, a scare. Mr. Bowser was only thinking. lie was thinking of how he had de liberately sat In a draft for.4ialf.au hour Uie day previous, but how ho would lay nil his pain and suffering to II.... !..... J . I .ilia. iuBi:i. Ho would, say that It was hls(gettlng, up In tho night at her Instance to sco If burglnrs were In the house. Ho would charge her with a delib erate Intent to vlpe him off; tuo faco of tho earth nnd benefit by his llfo In surance. Sho hadn't exactly tried to poison, him, but from thence on he ,wp uhl nd-1 dress her as Lucrezla Borgia. He was thinking up other schemes to get even when some of tho whisky treacherously trickled, down his throat nud choked him nnd brought a cough and a splutter. Then he sat up ,and choked and gasped aud (gurgled, ,nnd got red lu the face, nud all that Mrs. Bowser could say to soothe ihlrn' w,tts: "Dear, I am really afraid that you will have to have that tooth .our." "Tho doctor!" he .shouted as ho .mo tioned to the telephone. "But tho doctor can't help you." lie rolled off the Iquuge on thofloor and scrambled up and weifto homo phone and called up central. Central replied that he must wait a jnliinJQ, "Xot a second," he repllejl. 'hls.ls n case of life or death." At the end of two minutes he got tho doctor's otllce to fjnd that tho doc tor was out. "What In thuuder Is he oqt for?" be demanded of the doctor's wife. "He has gone to n sick lady." Scored the Doctor. "He had no business to. The woman has no business to be sck. You tell htm that there is a dying mnu hero and that he wants to get arouud without the loss of another minute." "But It's only the toothache," pro tested Mrs. Bowser, "aud If you would let me try a bag of hot ashes" "Only the toothache!" howled Mr. Bowser as he jumped up uud-dawu. "Only! Only! Cerent ,heavens, hear tho woman talk!" "Will you let me look at the tooth?" she asked as he climbed backon .the lounge. "If It Is hollow I caujiut.panje cotton In." No reply. "If It's a loose tooth It should ba drawn. You can't suffer jhts wajf.you know." .' Awful silence, broken at last by a chuckle from the cat as he crawled ,un dcr tho piano. Then groans from Mr. Bowser to show that the end was .near. Then more groans, taperjng off into mournful slirhs to show that ho" hated to leave this world just 'as tne price- of Ice was becou)lug,cheaner. . Mrs. Bpwser was nboyt to prepare the bag of hot ashes, whether or no. , .. . . . . ;r or no : ,drl vnf whsu the family doctor came vilrlvng up on the gallop. The door was no sooner opened to him than lie, rushed. In and up to Mr, Bowser and swj what was the matter. Mr. Bowser opened his mouth nnd pointed and groaned. Thevdqct'pr Ijent down, Inserted his finger (a,nd thumb and three seconds lajrueld,up a tooth and exclaimed: "You could have pulled It out yopr self! Bowser, you "aire ilbe .Vbiggt Jackass In America." M. QUAl' "Yes," said the warden, "he jivas the coolest and most thoughtful convict who ever broke jail." "T "You don't Bay!" exclaimed Uie vis itor. "Yes. He left behind him a note 4to tbo governor pf the statplbeginnlng.v'I hope you will pardonme for the liber ty I'm taking. "-CaUioIJc Standard and Times. What Wan Wnttrd. With hisses nnd gronhs.thc audience greeted tho crucial scene of the new drama. All hope then was at nu end. "It's hard to tell Just what the puiijlp wants." murmured the heartbroken playwright. "It's easy enough to tell In thjs case," said the manager grimly. "It wants Its money back." New Yqrk .""Jress, IViiiiiiii nud tin Clothe. CLASSIFIED YLAN-LED WANTED Position as cook. Address . S. K., Silvor Bolt ofTieu. WANTED Waitress at tho Miller boarding lioimo near tho Hinoltor; wages $35. Oirla! glrlsl girls! "Wanted nt Olobo Employment OHico, room 4, over Brown '. WANTED To hire or purchase a whim. .jApjily;)!, H. Lucas, Kcegan building. WANTED Young lady wants to assist .at.housowork or goneral housework. WANTED-r-Becoud "hand tent, cook 'Stove; bed spread nud springs. Ap iply ijvor Bolt.' WANTED A small furnished house closo m and reasonable. Address E. L. P., this office. WANTED A good coppor prospect; .will lease and .bond or do develop .tinont for interest. Address G. II. P., this afllce. WANTED Promoter and operator for tqlqycu compact equipped gold untl cqpper puiien on pay basis. I). 1". .pelluor, Olobe, Ariz. WANTED A job by a flrst-c'ars min ing blncksinith. Inquire Webster house. . FOR RENT Whilo lopking ovor tho only Olobo on tho,globo for a good invoHtpiont in lots, Jiopies, business property, business chances, lodging or boarding house, give us a call. Wo build you a homo on in stalliiieiita, rent houses. Our deals arc straight,- our bargains good. Homo In vestmout Co. FOR RENT Furnished room, Nob Hill, 'blocks from Broad street. Ap ply to'-Mra. -Reall, opposite G. M. Al lison's. TO JttjNT Furnished rooms at tho Mauzauitn, next to the Dominion hotel. FOR RENT Will build a few cottages ' C-for 'rent in East Olobo; call lm terms. Globe Heal Estate Ollice. POR RENT A threo- room house closo in. Inquire of Mrs. Alfred Kinney, opposite iKiuiioy house. ,PvpR RENT Three-room house with )Yi)ttr. Inquire of George Schmidt, North Globe on Black Warrior road. FOR SALE When you aro looking for a good in vestment in lots, h tunes, restaurants, boarding or lodging houses, bunine-'S elinice or .location, give us a call. If you wish to build you a house on in stallments we furnish the money. No delay, vllome Jnvestmunt Co. FOR SALE-Two lots, Pascoe Hill. rst C E. Jruip, scqond door west FRc'fec- FOR SALE "Largo Columbia grapho- K phone, two hundred needles, fifteen disks, good order, $30. Inquire this ollice. JjOR SALE OR RENT Four-room " house4, iii" East Globe addition, well furnished. Call at Globe Livery Stn iblc. TgB. IRALE--The property owned by ,MiKBoftjuez bdlwecn Charles Tay lor's "fesidbneo an!l the ilotliodist church. Apply to .Miss A. Borquez, 817 West jl'hirty-sccond street, Los Angeles, Cal. FOR SALE We will sell our Hooscvelt business, including entire stock, .buililjng, .fixtures and waterworks. In quuro qitlicr at Sultan Brothers at Gobe, Ariz., or Sultan, Newman A. Co., 4oosevlt, Ariz. Sultan, Now man & Co. LOST bTOLEN Two horses, one bay brand . :d II left shpujder, one white html Toot, blazed tace, very gentle; one . Pinto horse, branded dim on left side, four white feet ami bald face; sjideu trqm B. E. Williams, Copper tjiill. For return of horses and riders I will pay .lO pnd for return of horses done will pay $10. LOST Bay mare with halter, branded , I). M.. pollard, wholesale groeor; re van1!. (Box 4181. LOST Pension papers, deed of Cali Yornin real estate nnd two stock cer tifiuates of Globe Standard made out to -.lack Shcrwin. '' Leave tit this office. QUICKEST, EASIEST AND CIIEAP est way to heciiro work. Olobo Km ployniont Agency, room 4, ovor Brown store. Franz Lumber Co. (Incorporated) T Lumber, doors, windows, paints, oils,yarnishes and cement. All kinds of builders material Sole Agents for Douglas Cement Yards located on Railroad Street one block west of the Court House. A Chance for every Lady to get a new dress for $3.25 WE HAVE RECEIVED A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF THE WELL KNOWN NOERA SUITINGS AND WE ARE OVERSTOCKED, AND IN ORDER TO CLOSE THEM OUT WE WILL SELL THEM FOR 65c yd. THESE SUITINGS ARE FIFTY-SIX INCHES WIDE AND ARE ALL WOOL AND ARE WORTH DOUBLE THE PRICE WE ASK FOR THEM IN ALL THE LEADING COLORS. SOME OF THESE ARE JUST WHAT YOU WANT FOR YOUR CHILDREN . FOR SCHOOL DRESSES. REMEMBER WE ARE MAKING A . REDUCTION OF TWENTY PER CENT IN OUR MILLINERY DE PARTMENT. OLD DOMINION COMMERCIAL COMPANY BARCLAY, HIGDON & CO. Single and Double Teams Saddle Horses Hay, Grain & Coal A Specialty made pf Fine Livery Rigs Telephone 171 Globe, Arizona W. R. NORTON Architect Upstairs, Oates-Wightman Bldg. Telephone 1031 United Drug & Music Company Just received a large consignment of the very latest Victor and Edison Phonographs We keep Records without end. Large and varied assortment of sheet music on hand Just north of bridge FCyR .fiELIABLE .HELP telephone 1701, Globe Employment Agency, room 4, fiver lirqwn store. Toys! Toys! Van Vagcnen at tho PostolTieo stoio ha8,i,argo and fino lino of toys. Drop Ipkajirtjgoe them. Silver Belt want ads brings results. t Buy your fall suit at cost now at Eawards& NefT. " " ' i. ' The'best of everything in mixed drinks, Coney Island. ir" ' ii- ' Jt '' Advertise in tho Silver Holt. "Nauna. I think the clothes must' e clone now. They're quite browp.'j Tatlw. hhf Put Him WUe. "My face Is my fortune, air," jfr said. '"T "Huh!" he rejoined. "Now I kflflW, what they moan when they say tjMpaj! talks-Upplncott's Magazine. ftp' Tho Glnbo National bankh.au received, handsome calendars for 190Y and.!wil bo pleased to t;ivo ono to .anyone ,w.ho will tako tho trouble to call. Notice Notice is hcroby given that the an- .iukiI meelijig pftho stockholders of tlio Arizona Jjasftcrn It. I?. Co. will bo hold jn tjjp oflico of tho company in tho Uif- tinL'pr .Bldg., at Tucson, Arizona, on Tuesday, January gtb, J907, at 2:30 p. IB. Dated at Tucson, Arizona, December 7th,'i'000f CllA. J. WALKCR, Secretary. r - gfo are carrying a splendid assort jntm't,,pftj:utglass,'arid imported Japan jadChinege ware. Anything In tnis jilie caji (hVliaci .at ,thp Old Dominion 1fltpje(anldtho"pces will not scare yoa. Here's a Snap Will 03?c,li!ngo .for property in Globe, drQ0 ucr.os pf as fine a piece of farmic land is .is to bo foupd in Colormli. Ilannwalt Bros. & Pitts. Motto "Live and lot live." Union jCash Markot; C. Musgravo, proprietor. Jarpenters All kinds of carponters tools attho Globe Hardware store. T, Advertiso in thoSilver-Bolt. Will sell or trade for Globe property one-hklf. interest in three mining claims jin, the, Vjfltp fircejt district. 'J h.is is a chance to make a sjdendid investipont. t0feRL tNPS & "REAL ES- Stock comjianies incorporated. Tf you haVe 'stocks or bonds for sale, let me "try to 'sell thom for you. George M. Kellogg, brok'or, 540 EHicott sipi i aro. Buffalo. You may need this RING Before long. If you do call on 0. R. Feist The Broad street Diamond Mer chant and Expert Jeweler r r - See Mack and Jim at tho Wedge sa loon Something New Something Nice Finest line of ART SQUARES ever ex hibited here. Also a Splendid Assort ment of RUGS, all grades and all prices. COMING Will be here next week, four carloads of mixed Furniture, the newest styles and embracing everything. J, P, McNeill's 8EHln" KEEP JP-TO-DATE. Pont get in a Rut! Dont be a Clam! BY READING THE Daily Arizona Silver Belt k "You will always know what is going on in Globe and the outside world. ' FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHE5 Can be read in the DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT, a few hours after the news oc curs and from 24 to 48 h urs before any other paper con taining the same news arrives in Globe. It costs no moire. 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