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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT.
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Published each morning excopt Monday.
Admitted to mails as second clnsa mattei
Bv tho '
3ILVES BELT PUBLISHING CO.
II. II. HIEXER
H. C. HOLDSWORTU
Member of tbo Associated Prosj.
OFFICIAL PAPDB OILA 00UNT7
OFFICIAL TAPER CITY OF OLOBE
IMily, by mail, ono year $7.50
Daily, by carrier, one nionth ,75
Weekly, one year 8.50
Weekly, six months L23
Cash in advance
Subscribers pleaso notify this office
In cose of ujn-delivory of th dally,
Advertising tattt made known on ap
plication. Entered at the Poitollieo in Globu
Arif-, a second-class mail.
WILLIAM J. BRYAN.
JOHN W. KEEN
MARCUS A. SMITH
GEO. W. P. HUNT.
J. H, THOMPSON.
E. T. STEWART.
P. 0. ROBERTSON.
Q. WALTER SHUTS.
J. S. MILES.
Justice of Peaco, Olobo precinct
Justice of Peace, Olobo precinct
M. S. REED.
W. 0. DUNCAN
D. 8. TOVEY
MORNINa OF THE BATTLE
Today is ono of tho most intense in
interest to tbo American people What
may happen today, may have groat in
ilnenco upon tho futuro of tho groat
American republic, tho graatcat that
tho world has over known. On this
day, when tho American people are to
chooso a chief executive, by tho exer
dso of their sovereign power, it bo
hoovos them, as patriotic and country,
loving citizens to oxerefso their right
of franchise with tho greatest care. If
in doing this they shall elect Mr. Taft,
tho country will bo run upon the prin
ciples and policies of -Mr: Eoosovoit, a
system of administration that is ag
gressive in curbing and controlling tho
trust to tho extent of shaking his flat
at them. Nothing more. If Mr. Bryan
shall bo choson, it moans a chango of
administration and govcrmontal policies
that, if ho adheres to the platform upon
which ho has mado ho race, means the
adoption of measures that will protect
the pooplo from bearing tho heavy bur
dens that aro now upon them, placed
there by a tariff law that is wholly in
tho interest of tho manufacturers, and
which does not bring substantial bona.
St to tho people- as a whole. Mr. Taft
.stands for a reduction of this tariff by
increasing tho rato upon some articles
of merchandise. Mr. Bryan' stands for
a. reduction of the tariff in a downward
direction, and thus lessen the cost of
many articles to the consumer. It is
for tho American people to choose today
between these two men and theso two
"Windy William" Cleary, a recent
purchase of tho republicans of Arizo
na, attempted to assassinato tho good
name of Mark Smith; another hench
man of the party, one of its bright and
shining lights in tho bailiwick of Globe,
ha striod to assassinato tho good namo
of Henry Thompson. Both of these
worthies have como to grief, and ore to
day subjects of tho withering scorn and
contempt of the people
Honestly, now, if you had been sud
denly Jerked up and thrust into that
crowd of Japanese school children with
instructions to join in singing 4i Amer
ica," how far could you have trav
eled without prompting?
Dmocrats must not let character as
sassins influence them in casting their
votes today, Where thoy know a man
has been assailed by blackmailers, it
is the duty of good citizens to stand
by him, and rebuke- those who would
destroy his good namo.
Tho republican party claims that its
policies have been the means of the
tho laboring classes receiving higher
wages, and thus enjoying higher dogroos
of prosperity. Tho republican party has
dono nothing of the kind. Tho corpor
ations and combinations of predatory
wealth havo, at all times, even in per
iods of tho greatest rrosporlty, tried
to koep tho scalo of wages as low as pos
siblo. Tho only reason that today can
bo given for the high rat03 of compensa
tion labor is receiving, lies in tho solo
fact that it was driven to, and did,
form organizations for its protection.
And labor was driven to do this by tho
powers that aro behind and support tho
republican party. That party is sup
ported by tho trusts, and it is impos
sible for any one to point out a singlo
instanco where trusts have advancod
the intorests of tho laboring classos.
Then, to claim that tho republican
party, a party absolutely controlled by
tho trusts and vast aggregations of
capital, seeks to advanco tho scalo of
wages that labor is now receiving, Is tho
rankest nonsenso. It Is strange that any
intelligent man Bhouldxbo misled by it.
Republicans of Gila county have been
challenged from the rostrum and in
these columns to make a showing of
their claim that Cameron will carry tho
county, and thus overcome the splen
did majority of 350 Mark Smith had
two years ago, by producing as many
as twenty names of actualbbtfa lido
domocrats who supported Mr. Smith in
1006, but intend to vote against him in
this election. Thoy, of course, cannot
produce the names of half that number,
and knew they could not when they
made tho claim. Then, how can they
hope to carry the county7 But
republicans are so' much in the habit
of ! claiming everything in an election,
that they cannot help making tho claim
that Gila county will go back on its
splendid democratic record by repudi
ating the best friend Arizona ever had.
FLEDGE OF THE PABTD3S.
The people of Gila county should con
sider what tho two parties offer as rea
sons why they should be supported. Let
us look into their platforms:
The democratic party pledges tho rep
resentatives of tho party In the legis
lature to secure the enactment of a
law regulating tho rates of freights and
fares upon the railroads. Upon this
most impotrant matter, the republican
platform is absolutely 'silent.
Tho domocrats promise a primary
election law; upon this tho republican
platform is silent.
The domocrat party favors the Initi
ative and referendum; upon this tho
republican platform is silent.
Tho republican platform is tilent up
on everything except fulsome praiso of
Governor Kibboy, Taft and Eoosevolt.
If democrats to-Uy vote thoir Ftraight
party ticket, thcro cannot bo the Light
est doubt as to tho election of their
entire county tl:kot. Bcrnbilcna load
ers havo urged and advise! their paiti
cuis to vole their party ticket without
a scratch. If that in good advice to
republicans, it is surely good for domo
crats. "It Is rumored that tho Boston
clergymen aro forming a union to bring
about an increase of their salaries,"
says tho Cleveland Plain Dealer. Un
fortunately ,for tho gentlemen, they
can't 'go 'about getting'an increase
along the sure-thing lines adopted by
Eemember, democrats, tho republi
cans have no hopo of electing their en
tiro ticket, and are quietly trading
with democrats to secure tho election
of two or threo of their men. No dem
ocrat should permit himself to bo drawn
into any such schemos.
It will bo very nice of the King of
Italy to send a couplo of' warships over
to escort tbo Duko and Duchess of the
Abrnzzi home. Tho vessels will make
interesting pickings for our souvenir
hunters, wo fear, however.
"An Englishman who camo to this
country to study tho campaign has bo
como insane," says Georgo Burba in
tho Dayton (O.) News. Well, ho may
now be ablo to get's, little restful sleep
at night, at all events.
Tho democratic ticket is one that
should commend the confidence and re
spect of the people of the connty. It
is composed of live, competent men,
in every way fitted for the positions
to which they aspire.
We feel that the editions of tho Out
look next year aro destined to push up
tho price of white paper not less. than
10 to 86 per cent.
A contemporary disputes that Mr.
Taft is a "pocket edition of Theodoro
Roosevelt," ' Well, 'you wouldn't "call'
him a "rocket edition,", would you?
James Schoolcraft Sherman was fifty
three on Saturday last, but, he didn't
get any White House indorsement as a
birthday present, for all'' that!
Roy Knabenshuc'8 AirshipAn Attraction at the Phoenix Fair.
Fourth Annual Territorial Fair
Bigger and Better Than Ever
Qll CC GLOBE TO PHOENIX d ff
pll.Dt) . . . ANDJRETURN. . . )II.DD
I Iowa JiasaJ I
SUPPOSE YOU WERE
A &lobe Merchant
Suppose you had a store in Globe and dealt in mcrcbandiso that fig
ured in tbo daily need of the public
Suppow you wanted to let everybody know about your store, your
location, your busV sa policy and your merchandise.
SappoHo that each day you had bargains to offor and wanted tho
public to know it. And every merchant surely has.
Shouldn't you tell about these bargains and thereby endeavor to
get more peoplo intorcetcd in your store?
Don't your figure it a good policy to use tbo advertising columns of
The Hilver Bolt and have their readers come to your store to get tho
bargains offered T
Surely you do, Mr. Merchant. If you aro not now advertising for
tho patronage of tho renders of The Silver Belt, you aro lotting business
daily and I can provo.it to you. Tolophono", and I'll call.
DAILY SILVER BELT
By E. S. KELLOGG,
Phone 221 Advertising Manager.
SA YINGS OF MRS. SOLOMON.
Being thi) Confessions of the Seven Hundrcth Wife.)
TRANSLATED BY MAUD MAEXE
Behold, mydaughtcr, with what caution a man answoroth thy questions;
yea, with what skill he dodgeth tho point.
If thou inqulrest, "Dost thoa lovo mo?" he roplicth, "Dost thou not
""if thou askoth, "Whom hast thou kissed before mo?" ho answereth,
"Wouidst thou havo mo talk about other women?" And thou art stilled.
Yea, though bo hath told thee nothing thou art silenced. And ho chuckleth
in his sleeve.
For a mnn regardoth a woman's questions as a trap, and ho treadteh
warily tho path of her conversation. At the art of near-lovcmaking is ho
an expert; even at tho science of saying much and promising nothing.
Yet a boy Just out of 'collcgo sometimes meancth what ho saithj'but a
seasoned bachelor is like unto a phonograph; he repeateth the same old love
tunes unto ono woman and then unto another until they become a habit;
even' as the multiplication table repeateth he thom by' heart, but' without
heart interest. - r -1 1 ..
Yea, only a married man talketh like Laura Jean Llbbey and Elinor
Glyn, for he knoweth that he is safe.
For though a man's name bo Smith and his incomo fifteen per, though
his faco be a wooden Indian's, and his garments fit as hand-mo-downs, yet
ho rogardoth himself as a lamb which thon wouldst shear of his liberty,
even as a rabbit which thon wouldst ensnare. For every man. thinksth
himself a prizot Selahl
Tho squirrels aro said to bo laying in
an uncommonly largo supply of nuts
this fall. Wo don't know what that
means, unless wo havo a nut trust in
this country and it foreshadows an in
crease in price.
"Apparently, tho very biggest hats
aro made for the very smallest wom
en," says the Houston Post. And tho
very biggest heads for the very small
Just as soon as things qfalet'dowu a
little.old King Peter will probably ln
struct his secretary of war to lay in
at least enough powder to bolster a
moderate bluff next time.
And those little Jappy fellows did
overwhelm tho fleet, after all with
kindness and good-fellowship.
Up to tho moment of going to press,
Editor-to-be Boosevelt had not opened
negotiations with Editor Rosewater, of
tho Omaha Boo, looking to his connec
tion with'the 'staff-of ?the Outloolc.
If every campaign prophet were
'forced to back his 'judgment financially,
tho prophesying business would bo-one
of the shunned professions In this country.
Salo Dates November 8th to 14th.
Final Limit November 10th.
Through to Phoenix the same day without lay
over, by Special Service Maricopa to Phoenix
For dotailod information call on
G. A. MAUK, Agent G. V. G. Sc N. E. R.
M. O. BICENELL, General Passenger A gent,
Bo suro and tako tho family on
Canviw Awnings fllobo Paint Co.
Tickling and light cough can bo suro
ly and quickly looHcned with a prescrip
tion Druggists nre disponing every
where M Drl 8hoop's Cough Rcmody.
And it is so very, very different than
common cough mediciucH. No Opium,
no Chloroform, absolutely nothing harsh
or unsafe. Tho tender leaves of u hnrm
less, lung hcnling mountainous shrub,
gives tho cumtivo properties to Dr.
Shoop's Cough Romedy. Those leavca
havo tho power to calm tho most dis
tressing Cough and to Bootho nnd heal
tho most sensitive bronchial mombrnno.
Mothers nbould, for fufety's sake alone,
always demnnd Pr. Shoon's. It can
with perfect, frudora bo given to even
tho youngest babes. Tost it yourself!
and soo. Sold by Palaco Pharmacy.
Private dancing class now open.
Tuesdays and Thursdays. Mourel Hill
A Broken Back
That pain in" your back caused by
lumbago, stiff muscles 'or a strain U
nn easy thing to jget rid of. Ballard's
now Liniment cures rheumatism, luuv
hflfro. HArn and ai(T mualwi atrifn
fBprains, cuts, burns, bruises, scalds and
uii iitiiva uuu jmiuH. juu nccu n Dome
in your houw. Sold by Pnlnco Pharmacy.
BARGAINS IN HOMES
We offer you some bargains in
7 5-room modern N.
ii 5-room modern S.
66 5-room modem
76 1-room house
76 6-room house .
111 1 and 2 rooms, ono lot
178 3-room house
189 3-room house, furnished. . . .
250 7-room modern .
393 j.room modern
400 4-room house
404 7-room house, snap
444 5-room house
463 5-room house, snap
87 2 lots '.
203 1 lot N. Sutherland 160
208 Lot E. Globo .., 300 Terms
411 Fine lot E. 'Globe, close in 500 Terms
415 12-room rooming house N. Devoreaux 3,800 Terms
417 14-room rooming house, furniture, etc 600 Cash
INSURANCE Fire, life, accident and liability in best companies
that always pay dollar for dollar.
FOR RENT Furnished and unfurnished houses in all parts of tho
Copper Belt Realty Co.
Phone 1291 140 E. Oak St.
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CASH MUST ACCOMPANY THE
I a word
Want Ads In tbo future will bo pubrbibed In the S Ivcr Wtlt at tbo rue of one cent word
per Issue. No d. wt 1 be taken for lens tbn Id ccdU. ncd owh mu aecompftST the -op
In crerr Instance. Count your word. lwjHprefaclnr the ad with For Kent. For Sale. Lot
Kuuod, V. anted, etc, as the case ma be. and tculilplj by the number of Insertions and you
will know tho exact oot. whloh must accompany ttie ad. No more want ads unnlng for an
Indefinite period wU be anoepted except from partleshavlnir an open accocnt with tbjsofnce
WANTED Somo burros, tent and pack
saddles. Address J. L., Silver Belt.
WANTED Clean cotton racs at tho
Silver Belt oflteo. Will pay 5c pound.
WANTED To rent, six or seven room
bouse with bstn, furnished or un
furnished; good location. . Address,
N. O. Lnwton, Supt. Miami Copper
Co.; Phono 1551.
WANTED A No. 1 cook wants work.
Inquiro Bank Exchango cigar stand.
WANTED Situation; flnrtclaaa Jap
anese cook; Hpenk'Engl!nh perfectly;
Lave bent reference. Address CS, this
WANTED Four or slx-horso ore team.
Room 27, Trust Bldg.
WANTED Young lady to room and
board with lady partially nlone. Rea
sonable terms. Address A, Silver
WANTED Woman for general house
work. Inquiro Mrs. Stoneman, cor
ner Mosquito and Devoreaux Htreets.
WANTED Lady to room and board.
Mrs. Ely Wulos, 227 Pirst, and Syca
more. WANTED Nursing by an experienced
lady. Address poBt offico box 1368,
WANTED Lady to work in confection
cry. Apply at Homo Printing Co.
WANTED-Lady, married or single, to
dovoto hovoral days a month to col
lcctiou of installment accounts. Ad
dress, Box 511, Oakland, Cal.
FOE BENT Two dcElraole front offices
in Postoflico building. Apply to Joa.
U. Hnmill, Silver Bolt office.
FOUND Blue coat for gentleman.
Owner can secure same at this offico
upon paying for this advertisement.
FOE BENT Eight-room house, electric
lights; nowly papered and pointed;
close in. .233 N. Pino street.
BABBIT METAL fOR BALE Old
typo metal, molted into bars, the finest
in tho woild for mbbitt metal, for
salo at tho Silver Belt offico at 15
cents per pound.
FOB SALE Compote soda fountain,
with tank, charger, etc; bargain. Ap
ply Silver Bolt.
POB SALE Two heating stoves. Ap
, ply 312 South Hill streot.
FOB SALE A good buggy with um
brella top and now sot of harness for
$60.00. AddTcsa ",Bargain," care
FOB 8ALE. Few pieces-of furniture
must bo Bold at onco. Apply 424 8.
Hill street. Little house in roar.
Mrs. J. Harvey Ilarrta.
FOB SALE Gents' furnishing boose
doing good business. Address A. .
O, Silver Belt.
S. High 3,C03
S. East 1,500
S. East 1,800
N. High 1,300
N. Globo 800
N. High 1,100
N. High 4,000
N. High 3,000
B. Mcsquito 2,800
N. East 1,809
School Hill 2,300
S. East 1,500
N. High 2,300
E. Globe 850
COPY .FOR ADVERTISEMENTS.
FOB SALE Indelible typewriter rib
bon for Yost typewriter, at this of
fice. FOE SALE Few thoroughbred Plym
outh Rock cockerels from prize win
ners, perfectly marked and from a
strain of fine breeders. For informa
tion write P. B. Walker, Bx C2,
FOB SALE $70 -ouyb gooa barber
shop, fine location, rent $25 per month,
inquiro of George Brown, White
FOB HALE Finest buggy team in the
f-ountry. Single or double. 3 years
old. IuQuire of lied Lcmdlj.
FOB SALE Span of ponies, harness
and blackboard; ponies good for rid
ing and driving. Enquiro 053 North
FOB SALE Good saddle horse. Apply
361 Cedar street after 5 p. m.
FOB SALE Sco Knight Parker at
once, 729 East Ash street, for a choa
home on installment plan, both mod
ern and oommon.
LOST 'AND FOUND
LOST Key ring ol seven keys, betwe3n
Bankers' Garden and O. D. Keystone
jSiino, along road. Leave at this of
LOST Focketbook with cash and
chock. Keep money and return book
to Silver Belt,
LOST Gold watch, open face gold dial,
with an Eagle fob. Return to Silver
Belt ollico and receive rownrd.
FOUND A good watch. Owner can
recover by calling for Fred Yturri nt
tho Globe Plumbing shop, proving
ownership of same and pay bim for
FOE BENT Throe-room adobe houw).
C. C. Carico.
FOUDN A pastel painted picturo of
umall boy. Hnrno was picked up north
of this city and is presumed by the
discoverer to havo been lost from n
buggy drawn by a gray horse. Ownor
can recover by paying for this ad.
LOST Small gun metal watch with
black fob. Return to Silver Bolt. Re
ward. LOST Eastern Star puT Betum to
the 8ilvcr Belt offico and rccoivo re
LOST-Sometimo- ago a suit case was
lost that belonged to a lady. If tho
finder is in town pleaso "bring to
porter Coney Island 8aloon and re
The New Customer
We inako old customers out of
now ones, and rarely lose either.
This is because they are SATIS
FIED CUSTOMERS and WE
KEEP .THEM SATISFIED. They
aro " satisfied because we do
horseshoeing and carriage repair
ing as it should be done. Horses
called for and delivered.
BAILEY I SON
Globe Real Estate Office
A business netting
$700 per month to
be sold at the
Sacrifice Price of $2200
We4iave a few snaps
in residence property
THEY ARE GOING
Get in on the rise
Fire Insurance in Dollar Companies
211 NORTH BBOAD STBEET
ESTIMATES ON BUILDINGS
PROMPTLY FURNISHED ,
CHIMNEYS A SPECIALTY
Daniel I Holman
P. O. BOX 485.
The Finest Resort in Globe
Popular with all chuaes winter sad
summer. EefreshmeiU' of all triad.
Choice Cigars, Wines And Liquors.
Scfellts tad Ana
ways ono Draught.
The White House
BBOAD AND CBDAB BTSKETS
Globe's Leading and Moat
Popular Drinking Oaf "
Best Liquors and Cigars
and the best feaeril 'bar service
in the city. A geaUemea's re
sort. Good trettsmt for all.
J. T. LOUIE, Proprietor
Now open in rear of
BANK EXCHANGE SHLOON
Chinese Chop Suey
Meals at All Hours
Open Da aud Night
OSes Opf . Xlanty
SIMS & SONS
P. O. Box 466
Res. 780 Monroo SL, East Globs
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