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'DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Tuesday, November 12, 1907
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ARIZONA SILVER BELT
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In caso of non-delivery of tho daily,
Advertising rates mndo known on application.
It looks like a moro elastic currency
yithout further legislation on tho subject.
It is also encouraging to note that tho
mints aro working on doublo timo and
Fretty soon tho nasty postal card in
dustry will bo relegated to tho limbo
of whoro it belongs. They feed tho fur
naces of tho postofllccs with prompti
tude and dispatch.
What's this, tight monoy affecting
tho contribution boxes, too! or is it
only a convenient excuso for letting it
pass without dropping something in!
Tho monoy scarcity ought not to bo
held accountable for all human shortcomings.
Steady there, Admiral Bob Evans!
Bowaro of post-prandial remarks about
a feast, a frolic or a fight in tho Pa
cific. They may be interpreted by out
siders without duo allowance for tho
refreshments and hilarity of tho festivities.
Colonel Ilarvcy of Harper's Weekly
promulgates his profound conviction
that this "littlo flurry" makes for tho
end of both Roosevelt and Bryan, and
that a quiet man will bo elected presi
dent next year. Colonel Harvey voices
tho opinion of a sufficient number of
voters to make a reality of the forecast.
THE REAL SITUATION
In its monthly review of business con
ditions in Southern California, tho B.
G. Dun comerical agency passes out a
very glowing report for that section,
placing Los Angeles, financially and
commercially among tho foremost cities
of the country.
In speaking of the general situation
the Dun report says:
It is an anoinolous business condition
that has been presented to us.
With railroads earning moro than
over before, their facilities unequal for
business offered, with mills and fac
tories busy and usual dividends ruling,
and with country's cropSvWorth at pres
ent prices one-half billion more than
nny previous year, wo face a financial
Values of stocks quoted on Wall
street show a shrinkage for tho year
of some billions, but it was just tho
water being squezed out. There was no
actual destruction of capital after the
inflation and over-production of securi
ties, which marked a frenzied promo
tion era, camb liquidation. A few men
aro not so rich, the nation is as rich as
over. Tho newly created capital, in
tho same period, from crops alone, to
say nothing of industries, is much in
excess of shrinkage in listed securities,
if that shrinkage represented actual loss
of country's capital.
Tho properties of industrial and
transportation companies aro intrinsic
ally worth as much as a year ago; their
earning powers as great. Prices on
'chango havo no relation to actual val
ues and cannot affect prices for com
modities of life, which follow laws of
supply and demand. Tho gambling in
terests should bo carofully segregated
from tho industrial. A year ago there
was monoy enough for current needs;
why should there bo insufficient monoy
now to meet business demands 1
What has becomo of tho floating cap
ital of a year ago?
It is in saf o doposit .vaults and stock
ings, drawn out of circulation by tho
timid and hoarded by reason of a
growth of distrust and fear.
Gold imports of $25,000,000 relieved
greatly tho Now York money market
stringency. Thirty-four million dollars
was withdrawn by a run from ono New
Ydrk trust company alone.
It is well for westerners to noto tho
differonco between this financial dis
turbance and that of 1S93. Tho panic
of 1983 started in tho west because of
poor crops and heavy mortgages. Tho
middle west banks drew heavily on Now
.York. It was a business panic, followed
by a monoy panic. This is a money
panic, tho result of reckless financiering,
which disturbed confldenco of investors,
but it docs not seem possible that under
existing conditions it can bo possibly
followed by a business panic. Espec
ially is this truo in thewest, whero big
resorves havo been accumulating tho
past four years and whoro tho resources
wcro novor in hotter condition.
Do not talk distrust.
Fear paralyzes mental and muscular
Confidenco is tho basis of business.
Without confidenco not n grain of
wheat would bo sown, not a treo planted
nor an industrial wheel turned.
Do not sacrifice.
Investments on n business basis aro
nil right. If you have withdrawn money
from circulation, it is a good timo to
reinvest it in interest-paying securities.
It is n buyer's mnrkot. Or, put it whoro
it can bo used in carrying on tho busi
ness of your section. Tho amount of
monoy availablo for rosorvo with your
banker has an influouco on volume of
Remember tho financial condition of
tho individual doponds on tho financial
condition of, tho community in which
Selfish hoarding of monoy in times
like theso is a short-sighted, foolish pol
icy, tending to check our forward move
ment by Inviting business stagnation.
Go about your business in a normal
way. Bring your monoy out of tho
dark. Do it as a matter of intolligonco
if better motives do not prompt. Tho
hoarders of tho east, if thoy did not
causo tho situation thore, supplied its
most dangerous elomont.
Democratic and republican city tick
ets havo been placed in nomination at
Tucson. Tho democratic ticket favors
Sunday closing of saloons and $1,500
Tho Black Mountain Mining company,
Pinal county, is employing two hundred
men, tho largest forco in tho history of
Cochiso county supervisors will con
test tho action of tho attornoy general
to rniso tho assessed valuation of non-
John Pike, advertised as tho "Aus
tralian Wild Girl," -was bittonin tho
tonguo by a moccasin snako in a tented
show at Tucson. His recovery is con
Los Angeles Times representatives
aro in tho territory working up business
for a midwinter edition.
Liverpool, Englnnd, parties aro mak
ing inquiries regarding tho growth of
ennagro root in Arizona. Much of it
grows along tho river beds of tho tern
W. F. Ludwig of Spokane, Wash.,
wants information regarding tho where
abouts of his brother, Thomas Ludwig,
Tempo is petitioning for Sunday clos
ing of saloons.
Mrs. W. H. Barnes, widow of tho late
Judgo Barnes, Tombstone, has brought
suit against tho Shattuck-Arizona Min
ing company to recover shares worth
$75,000 promised her lato husband as
compensation for legal services.
Leo JJedwino, a former Phoenix con
stablo, who skipped to avoid prosecu
tion for extortion, has been seen in
Chihuahua, where ho is driving stage.
His specific offenso was in accepting
bail money and then turning prisoners
Tho Espco is expending largo sums
of money in beautifying the depot and
grounds at Tucson.
Bisbeo republicans havo started a ter
ritorial movement for a third term for
Teddy, and perhaps at Teddy's request.
Tho city hall at Walker has been de
stroyed by fire and a reward of $150 is
offered for tho capturo of the ,inan who
applied tho torch.
L. Larabee, who shot his wife in Tuc
son, was insano and is now wandering
in tho mountains. Mrs. Larabco has
persuaded the officers to search for him
J. J. Griffin, an Espco brakeman, ar
rested in Phoenix charged with robbing
a boxcar, has been acquitted on tho
showing that tho offenso wns not com
mitted in tho judicial district in which
ho was tried. 3Iohas been rearrested
in tho third district for a similar of
fenso and his attornoy will contend that
ho has been onco in jeopardy for tlio
samo offenso and will ask for a dismis
sal on that ground.
At tho instigation of his wife Leon
itas Vega has been arrested at Phoenix
charged with violating tho Edmunds
act. Amelia Lopez, a sister of tho com
plainant, is named as co-respondent.
Tho remains of a supposed dead baby,
found near Phoonix, aro now believed
to bo Uioso of a monkoy.
Lemons aro selling at tho rato of $7
por thousand in Phoenix in lots of ton
J. D. Cloud, propriotor of tho Vic
toria hotel, Bisbeo, has boon arrested
charged with fleecing a guest in a gamb
ling gamo and then making him come
through with a diamond ring valued at
Yuma fnrmors aro soiling Thanksgiv
ing turkeys 35 cents livo woight or 17
Tho contractor has ton months in
which to comploto tho Bisbeo sowor.
Benson banks still continue to pay
Tho Sarabia kidnapping caso was ig
nored by tho Cochiso county grand jury,
Senators Tellor and Curtis, who vis
ited Douglas last weok, favor stato
hood for Arizona.
Bisbeo claims that tho situation thoro
is tho best in tho country. Goodl
Tho Bisbeo Y. M. C. A. will give a
big Thanksgiving dinner to its members.
About 125 aro expectod to partake.
Fay Dugon, a 17-year old girl, has
beon arrestqd at Bisbeo charged with
stealing two rings.
Thoro aro fifty lifo mon in tho ter
The meeting of tho Territorial Bank
er's association has been indefinitely
postponed. It wns to havo mot in Bis
beo, November 23.
The orange crop of tho Salt River
valloy is estimated at 80 carloads.
"Strong arm" mon nro working
Lowoll will share in tho benefits of
tho Bisbeo soworngo system.
Douglas sont fivo delegate to tho
mining congress at Jbphn, Mo., with m
structions to bring tho next congress
to that city.
Nogales banks have so far refused
to adopt clearing houso certificates.
SHORT STORIES OF THE CITY
Tho Arizona Banks. Auditor John II.
Pago loft for Globo last evening, whero
at tho request of the comptroller of tho
currency ho will look into tho affairs
of tho Globo National bank, which sub
pended sovcral days ago and desires to
resume business. Mr. Page said that
tho condition of tho territorial banks
is very satisfactory. Prom the reports
of tho condition of all tho territorial
banks, just received by tho auditor, it
has been ascertained that Micro is as
much nctual money on hand in the
banks as there was at tho timo of the
last report, September 10, which was
tho highest amount ever carried, and a
considerably greater amount than was
on hand Juno 12, tho previous call.
Machinery for Payson. James Naol
and George T. Symonds of the Payson
Gold Mining company aro in Mesa pro
paring to tako tho two carloads of ma
chinery that came to Mesa a few days
ago to Payson. Mesa Free Press.
At tho Fair. Gcorgo and Doc Young
passed through Mesa today, on their
way to tho fair. The boys aro from
Globo, nnd George will rido on ono of
tho broncos that will exhibit on the fair
grounds next week. Mesa Free Press.
Depot Architect. William H. Wheel
cr, depot architect for tho Randolph
lines in tho southwest, was n pleasant
caller at this ollice last Wednesday
evening. Mr. Wheeler was en route for
Globe, leaving for that plnco Thursday
morning. Ho drew tho plans for the
depot nnd all the interior finishings nnd
furnishings for tho new Globo depot
and will superintend tho construction
of tho same. Cochiso County Press.
Hunting Party. Angius McAlpinc,
Ed Grider, A. Hansen and L. L. Hcury
enjoyed a hunting trip down tho valley
on Sunday. Tho population of duck
heaven wns increased just nineteen.
To tho Fair. Tho following persons
left on Sunday morning for Phoenix,
whoro thoy will attend tho territorial
fair: W. O. Ivellncr and Mrs. Kellnfir,
Mrs. S. T. Arkills, Miss Esther Nelmcs,
Mrs. J. W. Fryo and son, Mrs. C. M.
Bishop, Miss Genovicvo Gerald, Mrs.
Cottroll of Boggs & Cottroll, Mrs. Ruth
Gibbs, Miss Sophie Rabiuovitz, Miss
Look Who's Hero
Two big vaudeville acts and two mov
ing pictures at tho Iris tonight. Illus
trated songs by Billy Cummings.
Reflections of a Bachelor
What "makes people indignant over
scandal about them is to have it true.
There is hardly anything will causo
a woman moro misery than not to spoil
Make Your Wants Known Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
Advertisements under tlihhcnd 10 cents nor line tuo llrst Insertion nnd 6 cents per line each
subsequent Insertion. Uv tuo month. 81.00 oer lino. No nrtJnserted'for less tlian m cents. All
nda under this head must oo Dld tor in navnnoc. Discount to regular advertisers.
WANTED Good, clean cotton rags at
Tho Arizona Democrat speaks of Jus
tico Johnstono's mustacho as "ono of
tho landmarks of tho valloy." A state
ment in tho concrete.
When Cnnnnea mines rcsumo opera
tions nothing but Mexican miners will
bo employed, save foremen and shift
An all-Arizona ball team selected
from teams playing at Phoenix this
weok will mako a tour of California.
Phoenix has made hor first carload
shipment of oranges.
Gifford Pinchot will not speak at tho
Deo Thomas, who recently shof his
brother at Bisbcc, hus been indicted at
To your horso as well as to yourself.
You ned not suffer from pains of any
soro your horses need not suffer. Try
a bottlo of Ballard's Snow Liniment. Jt
cures all pains. J. M. Roberts, Bakers
field, Mo., writes: "I havo used your
liniment for ton years and find it to
bo tho best I havo cvor used for man
aud beast." Sold by Palaco Pharmacy.
A girl likes to havo hor mother warn
hor against a man so sho will know ho
How About Your Insurance?
Don't wait until tho house burns
down before you think of insurance-. See
Mooro & Poland about it at onco, Home
Printing Building. tf
Bring In Your Bronchos
Wo havo a now set' of Barcus horso
shoeing stocks nnd are pr6parcd to shoo
bronchos and all bad liorscs.
Givo us your shooing, wo enn pleaso
you. KIBBE & CO, Blacksmiths.
Rear of O. K. Corral.
Auction Salo at Globo Furnishing Co.
store. Hero's whero you got fitted out
at your own pneo. Storo must bo va
cated end of this week.
SITUATION WANTED By a compo-
tent colored man as a first-class short
order cook, for icstaurant, both meat
and pastry. Strictly sober and re
liablo. Address Cook, 529 South
WANTED A competent waitre33 at
tho Dominion hotel.
WANTED Reliable help Is furnished
promptly frco of chargo at tho Em
ployment Agency, room 23, Trust
WANTED Good Japaneso boy wants
any kind of work to do from 0 to 10
p. m. every day. Address George, this
FOR RENT Desirable furnished room.
Mrs. L. G. Coombs, Ballground.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms
with privilego of light housekeeping
and bath. Tel. 1391. Mrs. J. Har
voy Harris, 12 J S. Hill street.
FOR RENT Furnished front room with
bath, $10.00 per month. 277 N. High
FURNISHED rooms for rent at No. 179
South Pine street, in rear of Domin
FOR RENT Ten-room houso; lavatory
in every room; just completed. In
quiro of J. Maurcl, box 221.
FOR RENT Threo-room houso. Apply
Julo Maurcl, box 221, or Cement
FOR SALE Five-room furnished re.i
itlence, Nob Hill. Box 1105,
LOST AND FOUND
FOE RENT Room in tho Postofflce
building. Apply at Silver Belt office.
FOUND A koy, near tho railroad by
; ' the Wedge saloon in North Globo.
Ribbon attached to koy. Owner enn
recover samo by paying for this ad.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished, very
comfortablo room, opposite Dominion
FOUND Degree of Honor pin at the
FOR -RENT Furnished front room for
lady or gentleman. 539 South Hill
FOR RENT Two room houso partly
furnished, 325 S. Hill street.
LOST A folded purse, near Iris theater;
contained ore receipt mado to G. A.
Matthews, return to this office.
FOUND Lady's silk shoulder shawl.
Oivncr call at this office, prove prop
crty and-pay for this ad. .
FOR RENT Board and rooming house, , LOST Ouo folding purse on South
eleven rooms, half way to smelter, I Broad stret between railroad shops
partly furnished. Address F. M. II, i and crossing. Finder pleaso leave at
this office. i this offieo for reward.
Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers arc the
best pills made. They do not gripe.
For salo by Hanna's Drug Store.
Fear of alimony is ono reason why
somo men aro shy about marrying.
Van Wngonon makes a specialty of
tinting. Satisfaction our motto.
Don't bo fooled by fako sales. You
can buy your clothing and furnishing at
Lantin's cheaper than at fako sales.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Tho undersigned, having acquired tho
business of tho Arizona Silver Bolt,
will concludo nil unfinished transactions
bearing on tho business of this office.
ALFRED A. COHN,
HARRY C. HOLDSWORTH,
II. H. HIILNER.
Axtcll repairs roofs. Globo Jobbing
Big Show Tonight
Seo the Two Ponies at the Iris to
night. Also Swor and Westbrook and
two moving pictures.
Always Was Sick
When a man says ho always was sick
troubled with a cough that lasted all
winter what would you think if ho
should say he never was sick since using
Ballard's Horehound Syrup. Such a
Mr. J. O. Clark, Denver, Colo., writes:
"For years I was troubled with a severe
cough that would last all winter. This
cough left mo in n misorablo condition.
I tried Ballard's Horehound Syrup and
have not hnd a sick day since. That's
what it did for mo." Sold by Palaco
P. Pubara & Co. havo purchased tho
Union restaurant from Vukbanovieh &
Co. nnd tho latter will retain all ac
counts against and payable to tho res
taurant. Tho now firm does not nssumo
any of tho indebtedness of tho retiring
firm. Tho Union will bo open for busi
ness on Monday, November 11.
P. PUHARA & CO.
Wo frame pictures. Naquin & Co.
Stop at Sam Kcc's today; ask about
Don't worry. Globe Jobbing Shop
Mr. Will Fcland being no longer -cm
ployed by this corporation, parties hav
ing business with him for us will please
ring up Tolophono 411 or see us ovor
GILA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.
Babies nnd children need prompt at
tontion when suffering from coughs nnd
colds. Tho best remedy for mothers to
use is Kennedy's Laxativo 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 salo
by Hanna's Drug Store.
It is worth while to inspect our largo
stock of clothing, hats, shoes and fur
nishings at Lautin's.
Ovcrshirts aud men's glove3. Sam
Tlio postmaster of Gasconade, Mo.,
Daniei A. Rugh, says of Do Witt's Kid-
ney and Bladder Pills: "I am doing
so well, and improving so fast in health,
that I cannot say too much for your
Kidnoy and Bladder Pills. I feel like
a new man." Do Witt's Kidnoy and
Bladder Pills aro sold by Hanna's Drug
Ring up 372 for a painter. Van Wag-
cnen will call on you nnd give you a
All parties indebted to Brown & Scan
Ion will please call and sottlo at our of
fice on or before November 10. Ac
counts remaining unpaid after Novem
ber 10 will bo placed with an attorney
BROWN & SCANLON.
Storage room phono 601.
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Just Arrived from Belfast, Ireland
Beautiful Assortment of Hand Woven Table Linens
with Napkins to Match. Prices for Sets
$10.00 to $35.00
Fino Assortment of Gago Hats, tho Latest Creations from Paris.
Wo now havo a first-class and up-to-dato 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 & SOR
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE: 174 S. Broad St. RESIDENCE: 346 S. Hill St
Telephone 432 Telephone 433
A Big Reduction Sale
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In L)ry Goods, Shoes, Hats and Gents'
QUITE A MONEY SAVIMGTO YOU
BARCLAY, HIGDON & CO.
Single and Double Teams
Saddle Horses Hay, Grain & Coal
A Specialty made of Fine Livery Rigs
Telephone 171 Globe, Anzou
Franz Lumber Co.
Lumber, doors, windows, paints,
oils, varnishes and cement. All
kinds of builders material
Sole Agents for Douglas Cement i
Yards located on Railroad Street one block
west of the Court House.
SI1T ADDSVPiTy Direct from Mevagissey,
JU3I miKIVLl! England
A Shipment of
MARINATED PILCHARDS and
PILCHARDS IN OIL
Win. Mill Williams
Telephone 121 GENERAL MERCHANDISE North Globe
CWywaHT-Byrtyr yNDEWWOOT A HgftWflOD,tty.
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT RESPONDING TO GREETINGS.
Tho photograph hhows tho president acknowledging tho cheers of the
thousands of people gathered on the hanks of the Mississippi river to greet
him during Ids recent passage down that stream. lie is waving his hut to
mem iron) tuo ucck or tne steamer Mississippi.
710 N. Broad St. Tel. 1711
Headquarters for tho
Gatti Meat Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Will Meet All Prices
I IRIS THEATER
1 Broad Street
Theaters on Iris circuit: Bisteft
Globe, Morenci, Nogales, Tucson, B
Paco and Cannnea.
Thrco Nights Ending Tuesday
Tho Gatti Meat company is still in
tho field to sell uuttcrj. Saying nothing
but standing pat against all butters.
Sewing machines for rout at J. F.
McNeil's furniture store, opposite the
Minor's union hall, Globe, Ariz.
Do Witt's Carbolircd Witch Hazel
Salvo ncnotratcs tho noros thoroughly
cleanses and' is healing and soothing.
Good for piles. Sold by Ilanua's Drug
In Illustrated Songs
SWOR AND WESTBROOK
In a Now Act
Hlustrated Song by
(A Great Sensational Picture)
"Poor Littlo Pig"
General Admission J
First Performance 7:30 p. &
Second Performance S:C0 P-&
Big Show Tonight
Seo tho Two Ponies at tho Iris to
night. Also Swor and Westbrook and
two moving pictures.
Van Wagenen, next door to the p
nflficp. Unoa n rronnrnl nnintins? 31"'
per hanging business. All work guir5
Wo will not bo responsible fr
debts or our predecessors, &coui
bey & Qo. .,
7 MOREIIEAD & HJ