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UAILV ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Wednesday, Sept. 25,
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
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powerful that they do not need tho
votes of tho people, then it may bo well
to show them who Is master. "When
that tlmo comes It would be well ulso
to take away from tho governor tho
power of appointing u senator to fill
n vncauey. But why take such pains
to elect senators unless tnoy in uini
are instructed to voto only as directed
by tho people! If representative gov
ernment is a failuro, let it bo rooted
out as quickly as possible
for a man who has suffered from n
"stroke," H. II. Rogers still scorns to
bo ablo to stand some hard knocks.
The Republican scouting party look
ing for presidential timbor always seems
to bring up at tho foot of tho Roosevelt
A Chicago florist is growing dahlias
equipped with thorns. No doubt ho fig
ures that his patrons vH Kt stuck on
Wellman need not feel discouraged.
His efforts to reach tho polo have not
yet failed as often as Sir Thomas Lip
ton's efforts to lift America's cup.
SHERIFF PAOHEGO AND CAPTAIN
WHEELER BRING IN JOHNS,
INDIAN MADE A BREAK FOR LIB
ERTY, BUT WAS OVERHAULED
Make Your Wants Know Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
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ubseauent Insertion. Uv tno month. 11.00 Der lino. N o ad Inserted for less than SO cents. All
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WANTED Good, clean cotton rags at
WANTED Waitress for a restaurant.
Apply to Globe Union restaurant, 6n
lower Broad street.
WANTED Dishwasher at tho Kinney
WANTED Porter at Klnnoy House.
Several Chicago clergymen have, re
cently accepted positions ns firo insur
ance agents. When you como to think
of it, nothing could be more appropriate
as a sido line.
Tho sheriff's office of this county is
engaged in tho compilation of a list
of all tho pence officers of tho torritory,
says tho Phoenix Republican, which will
shortly bo published in pamphlet form.
It will contain tho names and addresses
of all tho shoriffs, deputies, constables,
rangers and live stock inspectors, no
quests were sont out to nil of tho shor
iffs to furnish the names of tho officers
within their counties and all but four
of them havo so far complied. Tho
objeot of tho enterprise is to onablo
all officers to communicate with all
other officers mord quickly and accur
ately by mail or telegraph when omor
Tho Fifth United States cavalry, now
stationed nt Fort lluachuca, will start
within a few days on a twenty-one
days' mnrch to Fort Apache. Tho
troopers will go in full inarching ordor,
comploto equipment being carried, and
a heavy wagon trnin will bo tnkon
along. Tho soldiers will pass through
Tombstone on thoir lino of march and
romain over night. It Is not unlikely
that Lieutenant Sheridan, of "Sher
idan Glido" fnmo, will bo with tho
famous Fifth and mnko tho inarch to
Fort Apache. Tombstono soeioty is
fluttering mightily in anticipation of n
visit from Shoridnn, tho social export
Tho Clovcland ministors nro talking
of forming a union. If that will bo a
step toward limiting tho length of thoir
sermons, their congregations may go
on record as favoring it.
A Chicago judgo thinks it a good
plan to sentence drunkards to the wash
tub. The Chicago varioty of booze
fighter looks as if ho would be greatly
benefited by a term in tho bathtub.
The Birmingham Age-Herald refers to
David R. Hill as tho Charlio Ross of
politics. Which is simply ridiculous, fo
no one Jias ever been tempted to kid
nap David Bennett at any stage of the
Chaunccy Depew says the story of the
Harriman campaign fund is "ancient
historj-." History gets ancient very
quickly in this country, especially when
a determined effort is made to keep it
from leaking out.
ANOTHER OREGON IDEA
The father of tho initiative and ref
erendum in Oregon, who rojoiccs in tho
name of U 'Ken remember tho name, it
may bo famous hereafter proposes to
clinch and rivet the hold of the people
of Oregon upon tho government thereof
by abolishing a few obstacles interposed
bv tho constitution of the United
States. The peoplo of Oregon already
enjoy the privilego of indicating thoir
choice for United States senator, but
there is a possibility, always, that mem
bers of the legislature may persist in a
slavish obedience to tho constitution,
which provides that the legislature shall
choose a senator. It is feared by Father
U'Ren that some legislators may insist
that they cannot chooso a senator unless
given tho power of selection botween
two or more candidates, and thcroforo
that they cannot bo bound to voto for
'tho person indicated by the peoplo at
Father U'Ren intends to remedy this
atato of nffairs by requiring all candi
dates for tho legislature to sign
"Statement No. I," which is a prom
ise to vote for tho candidate for senator
receiving tho highest number of votes
at tho general election. In order to
force the surrender of independence on
,thc part of legislators, Father U'Ren
offers a bill, to be enacted by tho peo
plo of Oregon through tho initiative,
which commands candidates for tho leg
islature to sign Statement No. 1, and
instructs them if elected to voto for
tho senator favored by tho people.
Tho situation is thus presented by
Father U'Ren: "When tho peoplo of
Oregon instruct a member of tho legisla
tive assembly to voto for ono candidate
for United States senator, and his own
inclination, or his political party, de
mands that ho voto for another, shall
ho oboy the people or voto as ho pleases
or oboy his party! Who is to bo mas
ter of Oregon tho peoplo, tho momber
of tho legislature, or tho political party!
Things aro in a parlous stato in Ore
gon if tho peoplo aro dominated by
masterful and defiant members of tho
legislature, who in turn aro masterod by
powerful political parties utterly inde
pendent of tho people. Perhaps Fathor
U'Ren is right in his proposnl to rob
tho legislature of tho right and duty
of electing senators, but ho should first
mako ono moro heroic struggle to provo
that tho peoplo who elect Jegislaturcs
and compose political parties, aro not
tho slaves of their own creatures. If it
should nppcarlhat tho legislature is
uncontrollnblo and political parties so
Posso Closed in on El Cobo, but tho
Dragnet Contained Nothing but Some
Squaws Indians Not Looking for Of
fivers and Capture Was a Surprise.
Tho largest shipment of blooded stock
across tho Moxican lino has just been
made by K. Smith, tho Arizona sheep
rancher, according to tho Albuquerque
Citizon. The shipment was in chargo
of John Finlayson nnd H. T. Hunt of
Seligman to bo dolivored to the con
signees, tho Siorra Madre Stock com
pany. In tho outfit wore 1000 blooded
rams which wcro purchased to improve
the stock in Mexico and which will go
a long way toward doing so.
Tucson is raising $2,000 for a base
ball tournament to bo pulled off in Oc
tober, to bo given nway in prizes to
competing clubs. Tho first prize will
bo $750; second prize $350, and third
prizo $200. In addition to tho above
named prizes each team competing in
tho tournament will receive $100 as ex
penso monoy, provided they do not win
ono of tho prizes.
Among the good laws passed by the
last legislature was ono compelling all
opticians to pass nn examination boforc
the optical board, prior to being per
mitted to practice and imposing a pen
alty of $25.00 for failuro to comply.
This fine is to revert to tho school fund
of tho county in which the conviction
Tho stork has been busy at Morenci
the past few weeks and among those
who received new daughters were Mr.
nnd Mrs. W. J. Donahue, Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Ncal and Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Miss Henrietta Goldtrcc, daughtcr'of.
a Pima county pioneer, was married at
Tucson to Eugene M". Woolf of Can-
anea, who met, wooed and won his
brido in exactly twenty-seven hours.
Wnrron, the new mining camp near
Bisbeo is booming. Wells Fargo and
tho Postal havo opened offices there, and
tho postmaster states that ho is serving
100 box renters.
Tucson has received notico from
Washington that after October 10 no
mnil will be delivered to any houso in
the city not properly numbered.
Yuma saloonists havo been warned
by tho district attorney not to soil
liquor to habitual drunkards, which is
a violation of a terricorial law.
Tho Yuma-Maricopa boundary lino
controversy will bo settled in tho courts,
Yuma county is after a strip three miles
wide and 100 miles long.
uinijco Jtiiks nro propenring tor a
grand show, which will includo ball
games nnd a beauty show.
Graham county is to build a branch
jail at Clifton. Tho supervisors aro
now advertising for bids.
WANTED Tho Globo National Bank
wants you to havo ono of their reg
istered key rings. Call at onco.
WANTED Boy to deliver papers at
this office ono hour daily except Mon
day. Call 0 p. in. tf
Rafael Valenzuola, who recently es
caped from tho ponltontiary at Yuma,
has been arrested in Sonorn.
Tho Yuma Indian reservation is boing
surveyed preporatory to tho allotment
of Indian lands.
Tempo has reduced tho prico of pool
to 2 per cuo nnd tho gamo is having
a genuine boom.
A movement is on foot at Clifton to
crganizo a Woodman of tho World
Hundreds of horses aro boing Bhipped
from Pima county into Texas.
Frank Ebcrt, a pioneer Arizonan, is
e'ead at Williams.
District court is in session at Flag-stuff.
Satisfaction our motto. We havo
tho best equipped paint store in tho
i.iiy. Van Wagonon, next door to tho
yostofflco. Give us a call.
Seo B. J. Kellncr & Co. for Firo In
surance. Sovoral of tho largost com
panies. With Globo Bank and Savings
Co. , 269tf
Van Wagonon makes a specialty of
tint'ng. Satisfaction our motto"' i-
Tho posso composed of Sheriff Pa
choco, Doputy Tom Mills, Captain Har
ry Whoolor of tho Arizona rnngors nnd
Rnngers Jeff Kiddor, Tip Stanford,
Miles, Smith, Poole, Rhodes and Bates,
returned Inst ovening about 9 o'clock
from their trip to the El Cobo country,
where thoy wont on Sunday, tho 15th
instant, in quest of John Johns, a Pap
ago Indian wnnted for tho murder of
Lariano Alvarez, which was committed
during tho month of August, says the
Tho party returned with their man
nnd also another Indian named Citiano
whom Johns implicates in tho murder,
without having tho slightest kind of
trouble and without having to firo a
single shot in tho enpturo of Johns or
his alleged confederate.
Tho posso arrived at tho El Cobo
camp of the Papagocs on Thursday
afternoon of last week about 2 o'clock
in tho afternoon, Tho town was im
mediately surrounded but tho rangers
found that on closing in that thoro was
not a man in tho camp, thoy all boing
out at Work in tho fields nnd gathering
cattle. As fast as any of tho men
showed up they were placod under ar
rest until it was learned whero Johns
was. A part of the force started to
ward the placo or field where Johns was
at work nnd had reached a distance of
about 100 yards from tho field when
two Indians walked out of tho wheat
patch, ono of them kept on coming to
ward tho posse, while tho other one
turned nnd started to run into the
brush. Ho was quickly overhauled and
it was then discovered that It was
Johns, the man wanted.
Tho posse having ridden hard that
day, decided to camp with tho Indians
that night, a number of tho force do
ing guard duty during tho night to
frustrate any attempt on the part of
tho Indians to rescue Johns, but not u
single movo was made by them.
Tho next morning tho homeward trip
was commenced and tho distance of 150
miles was covered in three days' time.
Johns and his companion wcro placed
in tho wagon and various members of
the posso watched their movements un
til they wore placed in tho county jail
by deputy Mills and tho shackles re
moved from their leirs. tho irons hnvlntr
been applied at tho tlrao thoy were ar
Johns, upon being arrested, made a
statement that implicated Citiano and
he was rounded upby tho posso and
placed in irons with Johns, and the
two ki'pt together until thoy arrived
in this city.
The abovo facts were learned last
evening from Captain Harry Wheeler
of tho Arizona rangers. Captain Wheel
er said thai it wns very evident that
tho Indians did not know that tho
posso was coming, ns Johns could havo
made his escape, nnd that tho Indians
wero taken by surprise when they enmo
into town nnd found tho cntiro camp
under tho control of tho whito posse.
Tho posso had considerable trouble
in getting a guide to tako them into
tho EI Cobo country, ns the Indians in
tho vicinity of Quijotoa refused fo ac
company tho posse, but finally ono wis
persuaded to do so.
Tho Merchants' Cafe is now located
opposito tho postofiico and meals nnd
short orders will bo served.
Try our dinner today.
Copper Supply and Market
A correspondent writes tho following
Concerning tho copper situation to tho
Cincinnati Enquirer from Now York
As seemed inevitable, a further cut
in tho official price 6f copper controlled
by tho largo soiling agencies has been
made, the new basis being 10 cents
for Electrolytic. Simultaneously with
tho announcement of this prico on Sat
urday it camo from London ovor the
cablo that Electrolytic copper was being
offered there at 15.G0 to 15.70 cents f. o.
b. Now York. Tho prico of 10 cents
is hardly what tho trado has boon look
ing for, inasmuch as tho impression had
become quifo genornl that copper would
be forced to 15 cents at tho least. Jf,
howover, tho big curtailments in pro
duction, which now seems altogether
likely, tho adoption of such a policy will
of course put anothor light on tho situ
ation. Boston advices nro to tho effect
that Pholps Dodgo & Co. havo given
orders to curtail tho production of the
Copper Queen mino at Bisbee, Ariz., by
laying oil men. Such a movo alono
Would reduce tho copper output 1,000,
000 pounds this month and 2,000,000
pounds noxt month. Tho Amalgamated
Copper company, it is said, will cut hs
output from 20,000,000 to about 8,000,
000 pounds a month. It is said the
Amalgamated company has already cut
its force of miners from 5,500 to 4,000
mon, the cessation of operations being
confined to production, doyolopmorit
work going on ns usunl, Discussing tho
policy of curtailment a man conversant
with tho coppor situation said: "Con
sumers aro liablo to tako a different
viowpoint of the copper situation as
soon as they find that producors aro in
earnest in thoir plan to restrict produc
tion to, say, CO per cent of tho natural
output for a two or three months' per
iod. This can be legitimately done, for
no ono is forced to produco an articlo
for which thoro is no roady salo, and
such a- policy 'ia-followcd by the heads
WANTED Four-room houso furnished
or unfurnished. Address W. B., box
WANTED House painter who can do
paperhnnging. Apply to Wnrrior
Copper company, BInck Warrior, Ariz.
FOR RENT One large furnished room
for light housekeeping on Ballground.
Mrs. George It. Hill.
NICELY furnished room, light house
keeping if desired. 500 Ash street,
across Mormon church.
FOR RENT Three-room house with
water. Inquiro of George I. Schmid,
on Blako street.
FOR RENT Largo inside and outsido
offices for rent in Trust building. Call
at Tho II. II. Bru Co.'s brokerage
offico for particulars.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
Mrs. J. Harvoy Harris, opposito tho
Hchoolhouso on old Ballground. tf
FOR RENT Dosirablo furnished room.
Mrs. L. G. Coombs, Ballground.
FOR SALE Threo-rcom house. Apply
Julo Maurel, box 221, or Cement
FOR SALE Small lunch counter at
034 North Broad street. Como and
FOR SALE Cement block machine.
For particulars address W. II., Box
71 J, city.
FOR SALE CHEAP Ono small black
smith forgo and anvil, somo picks,
shovels and drill steel. Whalloy Lum
I Never Hold a Ba
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES
$ 3.25 and up
3.25 and up
2.25 and up
15.00 and up
FOR SALE Offico fixtures with roll
top desk, etc. Address Box 811),
FOR SALE $100 will buy furniture
of small rooming houso if taken at
once. Inquiro ut this offico.
LOST AND FOUND
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. 325 South Hill
street! J. Knocpfcl.
FOE RENT Room in the Fostoffice
building. Apply at Silver Belt office.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms on
Noftsger hill for housekeeping for
small family. Address T. N., this office.
FOUND Two bank books belonging to
Clara and Stella McKinzic. Owner
can secure same by paying for this
LOST, ETRAYED OR STOLEN From
Hoad House Park, threo and one-half
miles north of Globe, Sunday night,
September 22, ono bay horse, white
Btreak in forehead, branded II Ij on
right or left thigh; had saddle and
bridle. Will pay $20 reward if deliv
cred at O.'K. Stables, Globe. John
of other great industries. As soon as
it is known that tho curtailment in
production is about to take place, I ex
pect to see copper return quickly to a
very firm basis at 18 cents." James
Lewis & Son of London, commenting on
the copper situation in tho United
States, suggests that our present condi
tion, as compared with that of last
January, is that the accumulation of
copper stocks in producers' hands has
been considerable, but is in Jhrge part
rnorcly a transfer, in that then tho
stocks wcro in manufactures' store
houses, which aro now nearly empty,
while now they arc in tho hands of the
Buy school shoes at Ingram's.
HOW THE TEAMS STAND
Summary of tho Territorial Baseball
Controversy jls Given
All territorial ball teams aro still on
the diamond exeep the Prescott nine,
which has put the paraphernalia away
in the moth balls until the snows of
j winter have passed, says tho Arizona
Republican. They expect to have the
best nine In the spriifg that ever played
in a bush league. Prescott has closed
tho season with a good record, winning
twenty-two games out of twenty-eight.
Tucson is now in-trfo class with Phoe
nix though a littlo above tho cellar in
which tho Athletics liavo been Btored.
Tucson has won four and lost seven.
Yuma has played seven and carted
away four in the game bag. Humboldt
beforo going into retirement played
eight games, winning two from Pres
cott, one from Tucson and lost five to
tho Mile High aggregation. Globo and
Cananca both have teen playing fast
ball, with tho argument in favor of tho
Wo frame pictures. Naquin & Co.
BEPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
OLD DOMINION COMMERCIAL
CO., all "Globe, in tho Territory of
Arizona, at tho closo of business Sep
tember 10th, 1907.
The most up-to-date studio in the city.
View work of all kinds. Wo nro always
ready. Call and see us.
Full Size Ostermoor
Sanitary Steel Couches" 6.00 and up
Pads for Steel Couches 5. 00 and up
Cook Stoves - '9.00 and up
Cups and Saucers, doz 1.50 and up
7-inch Plates - 1.50 and up
Small Rugs - - 1.75 and up
Brussels Art Squares 15.00 and up
Squares - - 25.00 and up
Reduction On Other House Furnish
J. P. McNEIL
Broad Street Opposite Miner's Union Hall
F. L. JONES & SOI
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE: 174 S. Broad St.
RESIDENCE: 346 S, Hill
uun'i wait va us xu xnuii
162 PUSH STREET
Occasional headaches, belching, bad
taste in the mouth, lack of appetito and
slight nervousness aro symptoms of in
digestion which, when allowed to go
uncarcd for, will develop into a case
of dyspepsia that will take a long time
to get rid of. Don't neglect your stom
ach. At tho first indication of trouble
tako something that will help it along
in its work of digesting tho food you
cat. Kodol for Indigestion nnd Dyspep
sia will do this. Kodol will make your
food do you good and will enable you
to enjoy what you cat. Sold by Han
na's Drug Store.
Buy a pound of that famous Little
ton Creamery butter at tho Independent
Market, only 40 cents a pound. tf
Sewing machines for rent at J. P.
McNeil's Furniture store, opposito the
Miners' union hall, Globe, Ariz.'
Loans nnd discounts, less duo
from directors $ 59,107.33
Dun from directors ...... . 440.00
Due from trust companies,
stato and national banks.... C8,G30.15
Banking house, furniture nnd
Other rcnl estate 2,011.72
Other bonds nnd.mortgngcs.... 1,510.00
Stocks, securities, etc 112,013.00
Curernt expenses and taxes
paid ...-. 17,344.85
Specie .. . 1,320.00
Legal tender nnd national
bank notes (J,45u.UU
Exchanges for clearings 2,553.30
Other items carried as cash.... 4,797.12
Silk petticoats; largest assortment, all
shades, all grades, on salo for a few
days at 10 per cent, 20 per cent and 30
per cent reduction below regular prices.
Peoplo's Cash Store, Dolph Baats, pro
prietor, Globe, Ariz.
Thero aro a great many people who
havo slight attacks of indigestion and
dyspepsia nenrly all tho time. Their
food may satisfy tho .appetite, but it
fails to nourish the body simply because
the stomach is not in fit condition to
do tho work it is supposed to do. It
can't digest the food you cat. Tho
stomach should be given help. You
ought to tako samctliing that will do
tho work your stomach can't, do. Ko
dol for Indigestion and Dyspepsia, a
combination of natural digestnnts and
'vegctablo acids, digests tho food itself
and gives health and strength to tho
stomach. Pleasant to take. Sold by
Hanna's Drug Store.
Capital stock paid in $ 22,500.00
Surplus .1 80,510.97
Undivided profits 15,190.80
Individual deposits subject
to check 189,110.91
Bills payablo 1J,G80.82
American Cleaning Works, next door
to Wells Fargo. All work guaranteed.
To those having rubber tiro buggies
I wish to inform that I havo in my new
shop a rubber tireing machine, also a
stock of tho best grado of rubber tires
and wires. I am prepared to tire your
buggies at reasonable prices.
301 G. W. M. CARVIL.
YOU THE MANY REASONS
WHY YOU SHOULD TRADE
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kept in the most up-to-date cold
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TERRITORY OP ARIZONA,
County of Qila. ss.
I, A. T. nammons, cashier of tho
abovo named bank, do solemnl swear
that tho abovo statement is truo q tho
best of my knowledge nnd liolicf.
A. T. HAMMONS, Cashier.
Subscribed-and sworn to beforo me
this 24th day of September, 1907,.,
- GEO., W. P. HUNT,
N.' S. BERRAY,
M. "C. KENTON,
' My commission expires March 5, 1911.
710 N. Broad St. Tel. 1711
Headquarters for tho
Gatti Meat Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Will Meet All Prices
Tho Gatti Meat Co. aro tho only
."bum," butchers in town and they scjl
nothingbut butters. Como around and
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Read tho Silver Bolt; always
dato and newsy.