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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Friday, November 8, j
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
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Cheer up; tho worst is past.
Globo is on tho ovo of another long
season of prosperity.
Now let's forgot it jnnd cngago in
tho old-time gnmo of upbuilding.
Conditions may havo been better in
Globe, but they wore ncvor more prom
ising. Thoso millions of foreign gold will
soon throw a brilliant lustroover tho
Too ofton when a man recognizes tho
danger of losing his wad he immediate
ly loses his head.
Tho knocker during tho past few
weeks has proved himself tho king of
all undesirablo citizens.
Great as is his desire to dio poor, Mr.
Carnegie during a panic never rushes
in where financiers fear to tread.
And so far Globe has experienced
nothing to occasion fear further than
the reports coming in from tho outside.
Globe has erected moro houses in tho
past six months than any other city in
tho southwest, regardless of population.
Despite this little financial depression
house rents have not decreased and
"empties" are about as difficult as ever
to find in Globe.
Tho poor man's mito seems to bo
moro powerful in straightening out tho
upheaval in tho financial world than
tho might of the Morgans.
Gladys Vanderbilt's prospective hus
band is said to bo the tightest tightwad
in Europe, but ho may loosen up after
Gladys furnishes tho wad.
While Germany is now claiming tho
championship of tho air, it should be
remembered that it is merely tho upper
air, and not the superheated variety.
Tho Guthrie (Okla.) Leader thinks
"broom corn at $100 a ton ought to pay
well in this country." Certainly, at
that price broom corn would raise the
Wonders will never cease! A Chicago
officeholder not only resigned a $5,000-a-ycar
position, but was permitted to step
out without being examined by a lunacy
AMERICANS WILL NOT HOARD
It is very probablo that with the
return of confidence, which is now ns
sured, thoro will bo such nn outpouring
of monoy into tho chnnnels of safe in
vestment, as has not boon witnessed
for yenrs. The simple fact that today
there nro many securities that nro sell
ing at figures far below their actual
value for investment purposes is woll
known. That such an opportunity will
bo long neglected is incredible. Tho
Now York Herald, in tho courso of a
strong article on this subject, says:
"When tho public has completely re
covered its senses it will begin to look
around for remunerative investments.
Tho American disposition is essentially
n sanguine nid enterprising one, and a
peoplo of that tempornmont nro inenp
nblo of tho magpie process of hoarding
monoy in secret hiding places. Thoy
would rathor loso their capital in virilo
effort to increnso it than to kcop it idle
and unproductive in an old stocking. It
is certain, therefore, that tho millions
of deposits withdrawn from banking
and trust institutions during tho last
weok will very shortly begirt to stream
into tho stock market, whoro opportun
ities for safe and profitable investments
aro remarkably nuinorous nt tho present
"A fair idea of tho influence exor
cised in Wall street by recont events
may be formed from tho closing quota
tions of Saturday for gilt edged securi
ties. It would, bo difficult, for example,
to concoivo of a moro inviting invest
ment, so far as futuro prospect is con
cerned, than the best classes of railway
stocks. All tho leading lines have re
corded increases in rccoipts over those of
last year and tho unparalleled activity
prevailing in tho industrial world is a
guarantee that tho revenue earning" ca
pacity of tho great transport systems is
bound to incrcaso with the enlarged
facilities which havo become indispens
ablo for handling tho traffic. Conse
quently no falling off in dividends is to
bo oxpeeted. And yet such securities
havo been forced down to prices that a
few months ago would have caused in
vestors to snap them up as splendid bar
gains. This is nn opportunity
which is not likely to escape tho atten
tion of investors."
It will bo noted that tho roferenco
mado abovo is to sound securities not
"cats" with or without tho water that
is usually so largo a component of thoso
felines of tho speculntivo world. No
body cares what becomes of them. But
to suppose that revenuo-producing se
curities will continue to bo a drug on
the mnrket is to doubt the proverbial
Yankee shrewdness. The money of tho
people will not be hoarded and when it
begins to flow toward safo investments,
tho flood will spread to every branch of
no "thinks" that the president would
be fuvornblo to tho admission of New
Mexico and Arizona as singlo states at
"some other time."
Tho womon of Tucson have formed a
health league and nro caring for in
The W. C. T. II. of Phoonix has sold
a lot acquired for $0,000-n year ago
for $10,000 spot cash.
Saloons will not bo allowed within
100 yards of n house of prostitution in
Phoenix. To a man up n tree that looks
like spreading disorder.
Twonty rooms havo been addod to
the Ford hotel nt Phoonix.,
A prisoner known ns "Charlio Tem-J
pe," sent up from Tempo, escaped from
the ponitontinry at Yuma, taking with
him n lot of diamonds, according to the
Arizona ltopubliean. Must be a rather
aristocratic bunch In tho "territorial
Eggs are soiling nt 50 cents per dozen
Tho first prize in the Phoonix base
ball tourney has been raised to $750.
Justice Kent of Phoenix discharged
a man accusod of stealing $1G0 bocauso
the witnesses against him resided in tho
tondorloin and Prosocutor Billiard
asked the court whothor to socuro a con
viction in tho futuro witnesses must bo.
obtnined in tho 400 sot. Tho justice
intimated that respectability would
have groat weight in his court.
A reduction of nlinors' wages will bo
mado in tho Warren district on Novem
ber 10. Notices hnvo boon posted.
Jns. C. Thomas, arrested on sus
picion of being a man wanted in Gales
burg, 111., for swindling, escaped from
tho Phoenix jail.
Phoenix is to vote on a bond issuo
of $35,000, the money to be used for
street improvement purposes.
Phoenix mining men nro jubilant
over the raise in tho price of copper and
predict that it will continue to advanco
until eighteen cents will bo the settled
In spito of the fact that tho Now
York police dumped $20,000 worth of
revolvers into tho bay, tho Now York
surgeons continue to bo busy picking
bullets out of New York anatomies.
Tho Nashvillo Tennesscean expresses
tho opinion that "tho fellow who gets
there first with the money is tho big
gest man in a financial panic." But he
who gets away with his first feels tho
A Pennsylvania man who made a fad
of collecting buttons died recently after
having collected 80,000 different speci
mens. And there wero undoubtedly
times in his life when ho needed one on
Some of tho striking telegraphers
have gone on the stage at Cleveland,
but it must be said in their favor that
they did it becauso thoy need tho monoy,
not because thoy felt called upon to clo
vato tho stage.
Away back in tho sixties, Trist Con-
noil, of Wickcnburg, distinguished him
self on n bloody battlefield- by taking
a Confederate flag from n color-bearer
at tho battle of Sailor's creek. Ho pre
sonted tho flag to tho secretary of war
at Washington. Recently tho old sol
dier received a fino gold medal from
tho government, fittingly engraved and
bearing tho date of tho battle April
Ain't a Panic tho real pnzzizf
Ain't a Panic
Tho terror Titanic!
And doesn't it jar-!?!
Things as thoy aro"
And make them seem ,
Like n wildcat dreamt
Ain't it funny
How dnrned scary money
Is, although wo think
Monoy is nover on tho gezinkf
Days and nights in youth and ago,
Our thoughts and purposes ongago
In constant strugglo to acquire
Tho wherewithal that doth inspire
To courago which tho monoyless
Cannot, by lack of it, possess.
Wo think when wo have got our pile
That wo aro in n fix to smilo
At dnngera which boforo wo feared
And had'a fit if they appeared;
Wo thought so long as wo wore poor
That nothing earthly was socuro
Except adversity, and wo
Mado constant wnr on poverty,
Determined to destroy tho beast,
As it affected us, at least.
By heck I
A good, fat check
Would make us bravo
To meot the cradlo or tho grave;
Money was all wo needed; plunks
Would give us nervo in gobs and chunks
There was no need that wo bo told;
We knew tho tonic power of gold.
Was it that way
Tho other day
When tho Panic hit
Us just a little bit! ;
Tho moneyless bum ''"
Was tho only man in town
Who could lio down
And sleep all right.
Make Your Wants Known Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
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WANTED' Oood, clean cotton rags at
WANTED A compotent waitress at
tho Dominion hotel.
WANTED Reliable help Is furnished
promptly free of charge at tho Em
ployment Agency, room 23, Trust
WANTED Good J&paneso boy wants
any kind of work to do from 0 to 10
p. m. every day. Address George, this
WANTED-To rent six or seven-room
house; must be close in. Address box
FOR BALE Three-room house. Apply
Jule Maurol; box 221, or Cement
FOR RENT One room furnished for
two men. Mrs. Johnson BInko strcot,
ono block from corner.
FURNISHED rooms for rent at No. 179
South Pino street, in rear of Domin
FOK RBNT Room in the Postofflce
building. Apply at Silver Belt office.
FOR RENT One largo furnished room
for light housekeeping... Inquire of
Mrs. Geo. It. Hill on Ballground.
FOR RENT Furnished front room for
lady or gentleman. 539 South Hill
FOR RENT Ten-room house; lavatory
in every room; just completed. In
quire of J. Maurol, box 221.
FOR RENT Desirable furnished room.
Mrs. h. G. Coombs, Ballground.
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND A koy, near tho railroad by
tho Wedgo snloon in North Globe.
Ribbon attnehed to koy. Owner enn
recover samo by paying for this ad.
FOUND Degree of Honor pin at the
LOST A folded purse, near Iris theater;
contained ore receipt made to G. A.
Matthews, return to this office.
FOUND Lady's silk shoulder shawl.
Owner call at this office, prove prop
erty and pay for this nd.
LOST On Wednesday between Brown's
store and the ballground, n new black
silk shirt waist. Finder will receive
reward by leaving samo at Silver
BABIES WIN A POSTOFFICE
Record of Roebllng, N. J., Touched Pres
To your horeo as well as to yourself.
You ned not suffer from pains of any
sore your horses need not suffer. Try
a bottlo of Ballard's Snow Liniment. It
cures all pains. J. M. Robcrts; Bakers
field, Mo., writes: "I havo used your
liniment for ton years and find it to
bo tho best I have over used for man
and beast." Sold by Palaco Pharmacy.
We frame pictures. Naquin & Co.
Don't fail to hear him in now illus
trated songs at tho Alexander tonight.
Stop at Sam Keo's today; ask about
Globe Jobbing Shop
Buy your Winter Underwear at Sul
tan's. 10 per cent off.
Overshlrts and men's gloves. Sam
Man Bitten by Dog
A fierco dog uses Mr. Swor very
roughly at tho Iris every night. This is
a funny sketch. Don't miss it.
Mr. Will Feland being no longer cm
ployed by this corporation, parties hav
ing business with him for us will please
ring up Telephone 441 or sco us over
GILA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.
Van Wagencn, next door to the post
office, does a general painting and pa
per hanging business. All work guaranteed.
Babies and children need prompt at
tention when suffering from coughs and
colds. Tho best remedy for mothers to
use is Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup.
It tastes nearly as good as maple sugar.
It contains no opiates and it is laxative
and drives tho cold out of tho system
by gently moving tho bowels. For sale
by Hanna's Drug Store.
Don't fail to hear him in new illus
trated songs at tho Alexander tonight.
It is worth while to Inspect our large
stock of clothing, hats, shoes and fur
nishings at Lan tin's.
A Very Funny Show
Funny comedians, funny songs and
funny moving pictures at the Iris tonight.
Axtcll' makes Mission Furniture
Bring in Your Bronchos
We havo a new set of Barcus horse
shoeing stocks and are prepared to shoe
bronchos and nil bad horses.
Oive us your shoeing, wo can please
you. KIBBE & CO, Blacksmiths.
Rear of O. K. Corral.
Storago room phono 601.
Send in your order ior coal or wood
to tho Globo Hardwaro company. Coal
delivered in ton lots at the rate of $12
Man Bitten by Dog
A fierce dog uses .. Mr. Swor very
roughly at the Iris every night. This is
a funny sketch. Don't mibs it.
Storago room phone 601.
Formal complaint has" been filed
against tho saloons in tho rodlight dis
trict of Phoenix and tho probabilities
aro that they will bo dxtorminatcd.
Chas. White, a negro, is in jail at
Ash Fork charged with killing a Mex
Shop liftcw are working in Prcscott.
Ono arrest has been made, but tho an
noyance still continues.
BURLINGTON, N. J., November 7.
Roobling's aversion to race suicide has
won that two-year-old manufacturing
city a postolllco in record time. Less
than a fortnight ago citizens filed a
petition with tho president asking for
A. L. Major, ns postmaster of the
now office, beat some of tho petitioners
home. President Roosevelt is said to
havo been satisfied from reports thnt of
Roebling's population was small, there
wn,s little doubt of nn early incrcaso
that would bring it up to tho requisite
Forty-two births in tho last weok
puts Roobling to tho front as champion
of tho state. To meet tho recent rush
of new arrivals, physicians havo had to
call upon Burlington, Florcnco nnd Mt.
Holly for aid. Thoy predict 'another
We will not be responsible for any
debts of our predecessors, Scoble, So-
bey & Co.
MOREHEAD & LUNN.
CHAS. B. HAYNES
Black-face comedian and buck and
wing dancing at tho Alexander tonight,
Cloaningl Cleaning! Cleaning!
Wo devote all our timo 'to cleaning
and pressing. That's why wo do first
class work. Bring your suit in and bo
convinced. Second-hand clothes bought
and sold. Amorican Cleaning Wprks,
next door to Wells Fargo. tf
Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers aro thp
best pills mado. They do not gripe.
For sale by Hanna's Drug Store
now record beforo tho end of tho year, night.
A Very Funny Show
Funny comedians, funny songs nnd
funny moving pictures at tho Iris to-
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Our label our brand
protects the tea drinker.
Our reputation is back
of every package of tea
Rearing our brand. Fol
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means quality purity
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STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
The Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co.
At the close of business Oct. 31, 1907
Loans and Discounts
Overdrafts . . . ' .
banking Premises, Furniture and-Fixtures
United States Bonds . .
Other Bonds and Securities .
Cash and Sight Exchange . .
Capital Stock . .
36 per cent Reserve
Open an Account with us
Quality Goods and Accurate Service
WE WILL TAKE GEEAT PLEASURE IN PLACING YOUR NAME
ON OUR BOOKS. YOU SHOULD BE GLAD TO HAVE IT THERE
FOR MANY REASONS.
1. YOU CAN BE ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN OF GETTING QUAL
2. OUR'SERVICE IS PROMPT, PAINSTAKING, ACCURATE AND
3. OUR SOLICITORS ARE THE VEEY BEST TO BE HAD
4. YOU PAY NO MORE FOR OUR GOODS THAN ELSEWHERE.
With a Monthly Contract you get Cash prices. Why? Because tnirty
days Is cash with us and a great convenience to many.
JUST TRY US FOR 30 DAYS
NOW IS THE TIME TO BEGIN. EVERYTHING SOLD ON A
STRICT GUARANTEE. MONEY BACK IF WE DON'T PLEASE 0U
GLOBE COMMERCIAL CO.
Just Arrived from Belfast, Ireland
Beautiful Assortment of Hand Woven Table Lineru
with Napkins to Match. Prices for Sets
$10.00 to $35.00
Flue Assortment of Gage Hats, the Latest Creations from Paris.
Wo now havo a first-class and up-to-date trimmer.
Dress Making Department
With an experienced lady in charge. A magnificent assortment of beaut
iful things from tho East, for your inspection.
OUR GRAND FALL OPENING WILL TAKE PLACE MONDAY, SEP
Old Dominion Commercial Co.
F. L JONES & SOI
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE: 174 S. Broad St.
RESIDENCE: 346 S.
Arizona club women are in session
-The-' Chicago Tribuno calls nttciition
to tho fact that every mombor of tho
president's cabinot wears a mustache.
A little closer investigation might bring
to light tho further fact that every ono
is keeping a stiff upper lip.
"Both hurry and excitomont aro as
necessary to tho Amorican business man
as light and air," asserts one writer.
How fortunate, then, that in all largo
cities the dodging of automobiles fur
nishes him with both.
If you arc troubled with an attack
of tho "dumps," take a walk through
tho Valley railroad yards and absorb
a littlo of tho activity that pormcates
tho ozono in that locality. Tho railroad
company is expending thousands of dol
lars in Qlobo improvements.
Dan Sullivan-and -James AVilson havo
been hold to tho grand jury by a Tempo
justico charged with stealing a balo of
blankets and a keg of rum from a box
'A Douglas policeman caugnt and ar
rested a burglar in tho act of entering
a business house.
W. H. Brown has been hold -to tho
grand jury at Douglns charged with
shooting his Mexican son-in-law.
Tho Shannon Coppor Co., operating
at Motcalf, announces that it costs 13
cents per pound to produco copper from
Wm. D. Roncher, a clothes cleaner,
lias taken French leave of Mesa, leaving
Two separato fires in ono night dam
aged tho Nelson homo in Prcscott to
tho 'extent of $1,000.
Tho Journal-Miner nt Prcscott is soon
to issuo a boom edition.
From tho utterance of Gov. Kibboy
sinco his return it is quito dvidont that
ho got"8cooped"on tho Arizonn'story.
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Made in New Yopk
"mHERE is a Style and Swing to the
J. ' real New Yorker that you can't mis?
It's his clothes."
We sell New York Clothes made by the
best tailors m New
For more than
Dreamland Roller Skaii"i
Afternoons, 2 to 4 Evenings, 7:30 to 10:30
a third of a century Alfred Benjamin & C.o.
have been making Fashionable Clothes for:
Fashionable New Yorkers.
Correct Clothes for Men
Exclusive Agent Here.
Max Lantin & Bro.
Commencing September First
Music Every Afternoon by
DREAMLAND BRASS BAND
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