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Sunday, April 28, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
In Every Depart
ment of Banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GLOBE
Is prepared to serve
you in a satisfactory
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Market Is Without Any Special Foaturo
Bank Statement Was Botter than
Expected Gradual Bislng Markot Is
Expected for Two Months.
(By I. N. Kinsoy)
GLOBE, April 27. Walker Brothers
of New York say: Markot ruled dull
and featureless until shortly boforo the
close, when prices briskly moved up
ward under leadership of Union Pacific
and Reading. Although thero was noth
ing particularly encouraging in tho
bank statement, it was bettor than had
Tjcen generally expected. While market
has been almost entirely without fen
turo the past week, yet' it has appear
ance of boing well sold out and has
advanced easily on considorablo buying.
Markot will probably continuo dull dur
ing tho coming week and stocks look
like a purchaso on recessions.
Pnino of Boston says: Markot was
without any special feature. Every
one seems to bo looking on and doing
nothing. All tho time, howovor, monoy
is working easier and fear of gonoral
business depression seems to bo growing
less. Big dry goods peoplo roport rec
ord breaking business with contracts at
top prices running into Jul', 190S. Look
for gradually rising market for two
Arizona Coinmorcial ........,
Butto & London
Cnnnnen Central ...
Coppor Range . .,
Calumet & Arizona .
East Butto .
North Bntte ...
Old Dominion .
Shannon - ................
Superior & Pittsburg. ...,
Utah Consolidated .IT-fi.
Globe Consolidated ..,
Centennial . ......,
Wolverine & Arizona . .
Lake Superior & Arizona ..
Sin IUval 1.25
Queen, naked 03
Globo Whcntfiolds, asked 06
Inspiration, asked 30
Globo Western, asked 15
W. & D. Wronch, asked 25
Globo Standard, asked 10
Suporior & Boston 3.50
Calumet & Globo 1.75
Arcadian . 7.00
Now York Stocks
Amalgamated $ 03
Amoricnn Smoltors 133,
Colorado Fuol & Iron 30,
U. S. Steel, common 37,
Now York Central . 118,
Union Pacific , 143,
Southern Pacific .. 84,
St. Paul '. 134,
Atchison .., 95,
Baltimore & Ohio 98.
(By H. II. Bru Co.)
GLOBE, April 27. Little can bo snid
of tho stock market today in view of
tho gonoral dullness. Somo of tho mil
road stocks showed a littlo activity,
most of them, howovor, showed a sag
giug tendoncy to tho close. Tho gonornl
belief is that betwoon now and Juno
1 wo shall have bettor prices, but wo
would tako advantngo of ovory oppor
tunity to tako profits and reduce lines
of stocks that have not tho backing of
substantial earnings. Tlieso should bo
accumulated and held for a good rise.
Monoy is easy in both New York and
Boston, and wo henr of various pools
which aro about to start to mako a
market in thoir specialties. This is
mostly in railroad stocks, and wo mav
look for Union Pacific and Southern Pa-.
cific soiling a good deal higlior.
New York Stocks
Amoricnn Smoltcrs 133.00
Baltimore & Ohio 98.75
Colorado Fuel & Iron . 30.00
Now York Central 118.25
Southern Paeific 81.87 85.00
U. S. Steel, common ... 37.G2
Union Pacific 143.87 14 1.00
Tennessee Coal & Iron 140.25
Boston Listed and Curb Markots
Allouez 50.50 51.50
Arcadian 7.00 7.25
Amoricnn-Saginaw . .. 9.50 10.00
Adventure 3.50 3.75
Arizona Commercial 24.00 25.00
Boston Consolidated 28.50 29.00
Bingham , 18.25 19.00
Butto Coalition 27.00 27.25
Black Mountain 5.75 6.00
Calumot & Arizona 1G8.00 168.50
Centennial 29.50 31.00
Copper Range 81.75 82.00
Balaklala . .. 9.87 10.12
Daly-West .... .. 10.12
East Butto 10.25
Grcono Silver 1.G2
Globo Consolidated 13.25
Kowecnaw -. 10.00
Novada Utah 4.75
Novnda Consolidated ...... 14.25
North Butte 80.50
Old Dominion ..... 54.50
Superior & Boston 3.50
Superior & Pittsburg 18.25
Utah Consolidated 02.02
Queen Copper . . .......
Globo & Pinto
Globe Imp. Assn
Crushed lruit, chocolate and nut Sun
daes at tho white onyx fountain at
Misses Scrogham and Wright, dress
makers, noxt door Baptist parsonage.
Mountains of Borax Worth Billions
In an article on the resources of Ne
vada and tho Death Valley rcgipn, a
western paper says that Mount Blanc,
approximately 1,500 fcot high and two
miles in dinmotcr, is a mass of pure
borax. It is tho property of ono man.
Frank M. Smith of Oakland owns this
mountain absolutely, and thereby con
trols tho visiblo supply of borax in tho
world. Tho mnrkot valuo of this borax
where it lies is something more than
$100 a ton. Experts estimate that the
mountain has at least 3,000,000,000 tons
of borax in it.
This mountain, standing at tho north
ond of tho Funoral range, within a
stone's throw of Death valley, says tho
writor, "makes Smith easily tho richest
man in the world, from a point of re
sources. But this borax deposit is
merely a lining for a pot of gold that
rests in the Funeral Tangc. " Balti
Jack Bailey & Son have purchased
tho blacksmith shop next door to tho
Solomon-Wickersham store. They aro
thoroughly equipped to do any kind of
work and make a specialty of horse
shooing and repairing. Give us a call.
Boars Try to Board Train
Two big black bears trying to board
tho castbound Pennsylvania limited,
duo hero at 10 o'clock this morning,
caused excitement among tho passen
gers and crew. Tho train wns running
between Portage and Bens creek on tho
summit of tho Alleghenies, when tho
stenographer, John McEllinon, discov
ered the boars in pursuit. Passengers
watched tho race from" tho'rear of tho
Ono bear ran along the westbound
track, whilo tho other Jook tho east
bound track. At a curve' in tho road
tho latter attempted to leap on tho
train, but missed the observation plat
form. Tho bears kept up tho chase for
nearly two miles and w,ero thon lost
to sight in tho wooJb.
Walter Wynecoop, a brakeman, no
ticed tho same bears following tho lim
itod several weeks ago. At that timo
the pair broke up n trumps' camp which
had ben thriving at Kittanning Point
during tho wintor. Altoona correspon
dence to Pittsburg Dispatch.
it all at tho samo timo to bcliovo that
sho was having a good time.
When a man sneaks away from his
oflico to go to tho races ho protends ho
doesn't know wlmthorso won so his
family will think ho wont to tho funeral
of a relative Now York Press.
The GloboShoe Company takes orders
for tents and awnings. tf
Buy your ico cream at tho Tabard
Inn Confectionery. Pure cream and
The Globe Directory company has
agreed to paint street signs for naming
of tho streets free of cost to tho city,
tho city to furnish all material. The
company will establish the numbers
and placo them on the houses at 50
cents per number. In order to do this
tho co-operation of tho business men of
Globo is roqucsted to tho extent of lib
eral advertising in the directory. Wo
hopo they will help us out by giving
us their advertising contracts, as other
wise tho work will be delayed indefi
nitely. Mr. II. Q. Robertson is tho only au
thorized ngent for advertising in the
directory and will call on you at your
convenience. Drop us a card.
THE GLOBE DIRECTORY CO.
Y. Connor, Manager.
Oflico upstairs over Keegan block.
P. O. box 92. 172
Wiso men aro always in haste, but
nover in a hurry.
It's tho last word that usually brings
on the first blow.
You can't blame a physician for try
ing to "heel" himself.
With some artists painting is more of
a habit than nn art.
A good workman and a poor boss
nover trot in doublo harness long.
It takes a skillful artist to mako a
speaking likeness, of a dumb porson.
Tho tongue of a flatterer either has
a fool back of it or ono in front of it.
How much easier it is to buy things
on the installment plan than it is to
pay for them that way! Chicago News.
Reflections of a Bachelor
A woman calls it news if sho tells it
and scandal if anybody else docs.
Tho best way to got excused for not
being able to earn your own living is
to be a poet.
A nice thing about sending telegrams
is you can shift the blame for tho bad
If a woman could talk in three lan
guages sho would havo to bo able to do
CLOSING OUT SALE
Owing to our immense dry goods stock we have inaugurated a Closing Out
Sale of our entire stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing. Below we quote you
a few exceptional bargains as follows:
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$15.00 Suits for - - - $10.00
12.00 Suits for - - - - 7.50
10.00 Suits for - - - - 6.00
4.00 Men's Pants for - 3.00
3.50 Men's Pants for - - 2.50
3.00 Men's Pants for - 2.00
$4.00 Boys' two-piece suits $2. 75
2.50 Boys' two-piece suits 1.50
2.00, $2.50 Boys long pants 1.25
Men's light weight underwear in
different colors, all sizes, A
$1.25 values, for the suit . . JUv
Men's light weight golf shirts
different designs . . .
Same as above 75c for 50c. Same
as above 65c for 35c
500 Linen Collars, each - - 5c
250 Men's Blue Drilling Over
alls, 90c values for - - 65c
Men's patent leather Oxfords $1.50
Men's dancing pumps, now $1.25
Men's nailed shoes now - $3.00
Got That Oliver Typewriter Yet?
At Last It's Here
The OLIVER No. 5
GRADE P. DODGE, AGENT
Stenographer and Notary Public.
FRED TEMME, Manager
Formerly the Metropole Cafe
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT AND STRICTLY FIRST
CLASS IN EVERY WAY
DR. P. B. CALER
Oflico over Palaco Pharmacy
GEO. J. REARDON
Globo Bank & Savings Co.
u. s. DEPUTY
Booms 26 and 20'2 Globo Building
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SUBGEONS
Oflico Boonu, 5-7-9 Trust Building
Offlco Phono Main 1841
Residence, Dominion Hotel
GEO. J. STONEMAN
Attorney At Law
Office In the Butler Building
GLOBE, - . ARIZONA
Hotel Dominion Phone 1341
Office: ROOMS 1-3 TRUST BUILDING
GEORGE K. FRENCH
NOTICE TO THE LADIES OF GLOBE
MRS. HENRY REED
Has opened her elegant parlors for hair
dressing, shampooing and facial mas
sago in tho now Toombs building, where
sho will bo pleased to demonstrate her
first-class opportunities for giving the
ladles of Ghbo efficient treatment Call
and bo convinced.
Finest lines of Wines
Liquors and Cigars
The most delicious and refreshing glass of beer in f
town. Commercial trade solicited S
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS CAFE IN CONNECTION
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wfv. ka i a :psss3: . u. at
.DOMINION HOTEL-Finest Hostlery in the Southwest -80 Rooms -All
Modern Conveniences and the Best of Service
BARCLAY, HIGDON & CO.
Single and Double Teams
Saddle Horses Hay, Grain & Coal
A Specialty made of Fine Livery Rigs
Rooms 7 and 8. P. O. BIdjr. Phone 1241
During tho summer vacation Prof. A.
K. Stabler will conduct a Night School,
offering tho following courses:
ENGINEERING: Arithmetic, Algebra,
Geometry, Trigonometry, Mechanics,
BUSINESS: Bookkeeping, Commercial
Arithmetic, Letter Writing, Spelling,
ELOCUTION: Composition, Interpreta
tion, Gesticulation, Public Speech.
COMMON BRANCHES: Thoso of tho
uppor grammar grades.
SPANISH: Under a competent teacher.
School opens Juno 3.
Address inquiries to P. O. Box 525.
Globe National Bank
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
a-S. VAN WAGENEN yf. President
JOS. H. HAMILL Vice President
A. G. SMITH .. Cashier
C. M. CUSHMAN Assistant Cashier
PATBICK BOSE W. A. HOLT
A. W. SYDNOB E. M. WHITE
FEED T. BEAGONIEB FEED C. GEITFIN
?7o want tho people of this community to know that this bank is owned
and managed by home people that the Board of Directors has charge
of tho bank and knows all about its affairs. Wo havo been in business
not quite a year and our deposits are $300,000; quite good for a beginner,
don't you think?
Wo pay interest on time deposits and have safety deposit boxes in steel
lined vaults for rent. Wo extend you a cordial invitation to call and see
us and wo will treat you the best we know how.
$3.50 Ladies' shoes for,. - $2.50
3.00 Ladies' shoes for . r 2.00
2.50 Ladies' shoes for -, 1.50
This is your opportunity to obtain exceptional bargains
and should not be overlooked by anyone
1 Banking and Real Estate That's Our Business
w Opposite tho Western Union Telegraph Office. -xeiepnone ijx
Wo havo property in every part of Globe and our timo is yours at any timo that you want to go out and seo
what we have on our sales list.
Wo will buy three good houses and will pay good prices if property is right condition.
S For a good investment havo two of tho finest lots on Pascoo hill and the price will suit.
O And other desirable building lots at the right price in every part of the city.
Five-room house, two large lots, that can't be beat for the money. J
j xwo nouses ana lour lots tnat is a gooa picsup. uan qmc&; Dargams uou b imu
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THE GLOBE BANK & SAVINGS CO., Inc.
rmwTvrp.'RnTAT. MTNES & HEAL ESTATE CO.
ll. N. KINSEY, Incorporated
Dealers in listed and uftlicted securities
Quotations from New York, Boston and Duluth kjrv quick wire service
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins
Office in Lobby of Dominion Hotel
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