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ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Pabllsacd each morning except Monday.
Admitted to mails aa second clasa innttei
By tho
SILVER BELT PUBLISHING CO.
II. II. HIENER
H. C. nOLDSWORTll
Member of tho Associated Pres3.
OFFICIAL TAPEB GILA COUNTY
OFFICIAL PAPER CITY OF aLOBE
nUBSORIPTION BATES
Daily, by mail, odo year-.. S7.6I
Daily, by carrier, one month .7f
Weekly, ouo year ..- 2.50
Weekly, eix months 1.2A
Cash iu adranca
bub3crlbers' ftot.ee
Bobsaribors pleaso notify thia offio
in cftso of non-(lolicry of tha daily
Monday excojteL
-Advertising rr.U made known on a
plication.
Entervd at tho Poitoflleo in Globe
.vric, as sccond-clasi mail.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET
For President
WILLIAM J. BBYAN.
Far Vice-President
JOHN W. KEEN
For Delegate
26ABOUS A. SMITH
COUNTY TICKET
Territorial Councilman
GEO. W. P. HUNT.
Territorial Assemblyman
JNO. McCOBMACK.
Sheriff
3. H. THOMPSON.
Bccordcr
E. T. 8TBWABT.
Treasurer
EOBEBT PINYAJi - .
Probata Judge
P. O. BOBEBTSON.
District Attorney
Q. WALTEB SHUTS.
8cfeool Superintendent
FEED NEBMYBR.
Supervisor?
PAT ROSE.
J. S. MILES.
Jastico of Poaco, Globa precinct
HINSON THOMAS.
Justice of Poace, Globa precinct
WM.BAWLINGS
Ctmatable
M. S. SEED.
Constable
W. 0. DUNCAN
Surveyor
D. S. TOVEY
OUE AGEICULTTJBAL ADVANCE
It ia peculiarly interesting, in view of
tho presidential anxiety for the well
oeing of tho American farmer, to note
an articlo in tho Manufacturers' Bee-
ord entitled "America's Amazintr Ag
ricultural Advance," In -which tho au
thor set3 forth sonisthinff of tho truly
marvelous growth not ouly in tho value
of agricultural products, but in tno
-wealth of tho fanners.
As tho years pass, tho haphazard
quality seems to bo disapeparlug from
farming, and tho science of agriculture
Is being applied with as much cars and
forothough as would bo the rule in any
comemrcial or financial business. And,
indeed, tho advance of agricultural
-wealth has bean much greater than tho
advance in any other business in tho
country. Tho increase in tho value of
farm property from 1000 to 1907 of
J8,CO0,0CO,OOO is nearly nino ttmos as
larro as the aggregate national banldug
capital of the United States. It is more
than one-half as largo as the total cap
italization, bonds and stocks included,
of all tho railroads of tho United StatC3.
It is moro than threo times as largo as
tho aggregate savings-bank deposits of
tho wholo country. Says the author:
' 'In all the records or American
development nothing is moro re
markable than the advance made
during tho last few years by tho ag
ricultural interests of this country.
Tbo story of what tho farmers aro
doing and of what they have ac
complished within tha last few
years is unmatched oven by tho
marvelous growth in manufacture
Ing. In 1890 tho 8,565,000 people
engaged in agriculture In this conn
try produced a total of 82,466,000,
000, or an averago of $287 per cap
ita. In 1007 tho 11,001,000 ongaged
In agriculture produced a total of
$7,412,000,000, or an averago of
$618 per capita. During that per
iod tho number of people engaged
in agriculturo increased by 40 per
cent, whilo tho value of farm pro
ducts increased by 200 por cent,
and tho value of all farm property
increased by 89 per cent."
All this would seem to indicate that
Mr. BooBovelt is unnecessarily anxious
about tho American farmor,s well-oo-Ing,
and that in spite of a tariff that
doca not protect him, but only protects
and makes much dearer tho manufac
tured articles he has to buy, ho has
mado moro roal progress than any other
class of citizen. The figures presentod
show that ho doos not dissipate the
wealth ho so laboriously oarns, but is
thrifty and prosperous.
Did other lines of business through
out tho country show anything like
JJNONBEL
tho same proportion of growth and in
crease, wo well might boast of our
wealth. In 1880 tho averago value of
farm property was $1,570 por capita;
this had increased to $1,058 in 1000, an
advanco of $379 per capita in twenty
years. Between 1900 and 1907 thi3 in
croase continuod bo rapidly that tho
por capita valuo in the latter year had
risen to $2,311. Sinco 1880 the act'.nl
aiii in the valao of farm rroperty has
beon equal to aa averago of $762 for
every person engaged in agrl:ultural
pursuits.
Woiaro assured, too, that in s?lto of
Mr. Boosccvelt's commission 'j look
after tho fanner, thi3 condition of in
creasing wealth is suro to continue.
Tho writer In tho Manufacturers' Eec
ord says that "economic conditions
practically asuro a continuation of in
creasing valuo of farm lands, of an in
creasing demand for farm products,
growing more rapidly than the produc
tion is likely to grow, and a continued
high range of prices for practically all
tho products of American farms."
In view of these facts, of the fast
paco in the race for prosperity that
tho American farmer is setting, it might
not be amiss if tho farmers should ap
point a commission to investigate tho
reasons why in tho march of progress
other business is lagging so far behind.
LO, THE POOR INDIAN
Tho old saying of the frontiersmen
who had to battle for their lives that
"tbo only' good Indian was a dead
Indian" seemed to threaten to become
axiomatic, and yet with the years there
has come a change. It has come ibont
so subtly, and perhaps so naturally,
that it has hardly been noticed, but it
is here just the same, and Lo, the poor
Indian, has gone to work.
Tho change in tho manner and habits
of tho Indian has been investigated
by the Bev. William J. Harsha, who seta
forth some interesting facts on the mat
ter in tho current issue of the Southern
Workman. Much progress has been
made in tha industrial education of tho
Indian, so that he is able to indulge in
profitable work, and the government
gives him tho employment.
According to the government report!
which Dr. Harsha has verified by per
sonal investigation, the Indian is now
being profitably employed on the farms,
ranches, and irrigation projects of tho
country, and during the summer ovor
8,000 Indians have been engaged in var
ious lines of work in tho West and
Southwest. In the Colorado beet fields
500 of them havo found employment.
In Now Mexico the Santa Fo railroad
is using 400 Indians in railroad con
struction work. .To protect the railroad
from flood of tho Colorado river, 1,100
Indians were employed, who drew in
wares over $100,000 in a few months.
In Colorado and Arizona, in the Canta
loupe fields, most of tho work is being
performed by Indians, and tbo ranch
mon of tho west prefer the Indian her
ders to all othcre. Then, in various sec
tions of the country, tbo Indian is tak
ing up and working successfully farm
ing land, and In the White Earth res
ervation in Minnesota over 3,000 al
lottments havo been taken up by the
Indians.
Irrigation work in the, wo3t seams to
be particularly inviting to tae Indian,
and this is, perhaps, because bit by bit
they havo been forced farther back
ward, until now mady of them are lo
catcd in those arid regions that wtihout
wator are quite hopeless, Irrigation is
making these lands of tho Indian bloou
as they havo nover bloomed before, and
tho government is taking especial care
that in a country where water is so
valuable, tho Indian is protected in his
water rights. The result of tho justice
with which they havo been treated is
shown in the enthusiasm with which the
Indian has adapted himself to the new
ordor of things and is becoming finely
industrious. Dr. Harsha says that the
power of water and Justice is doing
what all tho attempts of the lawmakers,
law executors, soldiers, and cducatora
havo failed to do, and with tho caro
that tho government is taking over ir
rigation he looks for the suppression of
tho blatant and thloving whlto man and
tho encouragement of the Indian to lift
his head in something moro than rebel-
lions pride. Irrigation, in short, is tho
roal wonder worker that has changed
tho temper and tbo hopes cf the Indian.
All of the mare bing affected for tho
better tho Blackfcct and tho Crows of
Montana, the Firaas of Arizona, tho
Fort Hall Indians of Idaho, the She
shoncs of Wyoming, and the Mission
Indians of California tho change is
stealing over all of them.
Nor can this chango bo attributed
to the paternal care of tho government;
on the contrary, it results from procisc
ly tha opposito cause. It was when the
government decided to cease issuing ra
tieni to Indians except in extreme
cases, whon it gave them their allot
ments and threw them on their own re
sponsiblllty that the chango began.
Thus it was the Indian learned respon
slbllity, the value of labor, and the 'in
exorable law that a man must work out
his own salvation, be his skin whito,
black, or red. This lesson tho Indian is
now learning rapidly, and the country
at largo will benefit by tho change.
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Fourth Annual Territorial Fair
Bigger and Better Than Ever
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SA YINGS OF MRS. SOLOMON.
(Being tho Confestiona of the Seven Hundreth Wife.)
TRANSLATED BY MAUD MARIE
Oh, my daughter, marvel not that a married man taketh a kecnor inter
est in his flirtations than a married man. For it is only those things which
he ought not to do which tempt a man even forbidden fruit.
, And tho knowledgo that he hath & perfect right to niako love to a
woman taketh tho edgo off the game.
For no man dlscoveroth how a' tractive women aro in general until
he hath tied himself to one woman In particular. 'And a girl from whom
a man would floe in his bachelor days, unto her will he succumb after
marriage as tho icicle to tho firo or the violet to the sun.
Yea, a single nun may be trusted to tho uttermost parts of the earth,
but a husband with a grievance is as tow in search of the firo, and may
not be trusted a quarter of an inch.
And what married man thinketh not that ho hath a grievance against
his wife, if it be only that she hath married him and robbed him of his
freedom? ' v
For a man is like unto tho fairily cat: he accepteth without comment
his three meals per day, but he never loseth his longing to prowl abroad
nights, and thou canst sot toll at what moment he may hearken to tho call
of the wild.
Yea, it is not just when thou thinkest it safe to go on a long vacation,
even to seo thy mother, that thou comest suddenly upon a pink'noto or a
violet slipper in his valise.
Verily, when matrimony seemeth to be running along on oiled wheels,
it is then that thou hcarest a croak, anda spoke falleth out. Sclahl
"Detroit is not going to tho devil,"
says tho News of that city. This ought
to cheer up Old Nick considerably.
Tha German Emperor is going to per
mit Princess do Sagan to be known as
"her serene highness." Wo congrat
ulate tho lady that there is to be some
ithing scteno about the houso, with
Hello at its head, anyway.
"Thero should bo a law to punish
with life Imprisonment the first follow
who, commenting on tho recoivorship
of a breakfast food concern, declares
thero is an end to every serial," says
tho Baltimore News. Still, the News
paragraph proves that the. end of the
joko is by no means In sight and per
haps this paragraph proves it also.
A Georgia clergyman has been fined
heavily for using indecent language in
his pulpit, and In the presesca of wom
en. This is good law, we think, as far
as it goes. Why, indeed, should a clei
gyman, or any one else, use indecent
language anywhere or at any timo?
"A north-side tailor shop has been
robbed ten times. Thoso thieves must
ba hard to suit," says tho Chicago
Post, Porhap3 they aro socially in
clined and enjoy clothes calls occasion
ally. "Oh, for some good old sorghum to
go wilh our waffles," mourns tho At
lanta Georgian. We shall infer that
things aro in a bad way In Crackcrlaud
if this appoal goes unheeded.
Mrs. Hetty Grocn has given $1 to tho
Now York stato prohibition fund, ac
cording to tho Telegraph. .Evidontly
'Mrs. Green is deeply concerned in tho
progress of tho movement.
Tho Atlanta Constitution says Mr.
Bryan "passed through a lane of peo
plo seven miles long." That was
stretching the people somo if the Con
stitution isn't stretching tho truth.
"To hiin that hath shall bo given,
and to him that hath shall be taken
away-even that which ho hath. ' Somo
body has just presented the president
another big stick. -
Two of tho most eminent scientists
In England agree that man possessos a
soul. We hope they consider it Term
proof, too.
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Sale Dates November 8th to 14th.
Final LlTit Novemb:r 16th.
Through to Phoenix the same day wi'hout lay.
over, by Special Service Maricopa to I hoenlx.
For dotailed information call on
O. A. MAUK, Agent G. V. O. & N. B. B.
or writo,
M. O. BICKNELL, General Passenger A gent,
Tjcson, Arizona.
"A good liar is not necessarily an un
desirablo citizen," says a wise contem
porary. Certainly not. Tho fish liar,
for Instance, is always as good as ho
can be and he is all but a blessing.
A writer has been explaining tho Bal
kan situation as it existed 100 years
ago. Wo suppose the Balkans never
wero without a situation.
Tho New York ico trust values its
"good will" at $30,000,000. It is hard
ly probable, however, that anyone else
would be so reckless with the figures.
"Young Taft has' helped -put out a
fire," says the Buffalo Express. So has
( young Smith, and young Jones, and
young Johnson frequently but what is
the answer?
DoWitt's Kidney and ninddcr Pills
nro uncqualed in eases of weak back,
back ache, inflammation of tho bladder,
rheumatic pains, and all urinray disor
ders. They nro antiBcpiic nnd net
promptly. Every cno of kidnoy or
bladdor troublo ebould be attended to
at once, and tho achen in tho back,
rheumatic pains, urinary disorders, etc.,
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I u nuiuiu biuh. xon i aoiay, xor
delays nrc dangeroui. Hot DoWitt's
Kidnoy and Bladdor Pillo. Regular eizo
50c. 8old by Palnco Pharmacy nnd
United Drug Co.
Pleasant, urc, easy, Knfo littlo liver
Pills, nro DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers.
They nro any to take, and act gently.
Wo noil and recommend thow. Palace
Pharmacy and United Drug Co.
CHOICE MEATS.
For gonuine mutton, lonib nnd sheep
The Pioneer Meat Mnrket, M. C
Bonne, Bupt. Phone 351.
FOB BALE
COMPUTING SCALE, Stimpnon
make. Also euah rer!xtr and f on r tees
foot ooanter; bargain. Gamble's Cask
Store.
CHOICE MEATS.
Tor genuine mutton, lamb and sheep
Tho Pioneer Meat Mnrket, M. O.
Bonne, Supt. Phono 331.
Olravax Avningri eSobe Pa&rt Ga,
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup,
not only hrnla" irritation nnd allnya in
flamntiorr, thereby stopping tho cough,
but it moves tho bowels gently, and in
that way drivro tho cold from tho sys
tem. Contains no opiates. It is pleas
ant to take nnd children especially
liko tbo taatc, so nearly liko maplo su
gar. Sold by Palaco Pharmaev and
Unitod Drug Co.
BARGAINS IN HOMES
We offer you some bargains in
REAL ESTATE
No.
7 fl-room modern N High st $2,800. .Terms
41 5 room modem S. East 2,750
66 5-room modem S. High 3,000 Terms
76 -room bouse S. East 1,500 Terms
76 6 room house S. East 1,800 Terms
111 1 and 2 rooms, one lot. . , . . N. High 1,800 Terms
178 3 room house N. Globa 800 Terms
1803 room house, furnished. . . . N. High 1,100
256 7-room modem N. High 4,000 Terms
3775 room modem N. High 3,000 Terms
393 j.room modem E. Mesquite 2,800 Terms
4C0 1 room houso N. East 1,800 Terms
404 7 room house, snap School Hill 2,300 Terms
444 5-roora house 8. East 1,500 Terms
463 5-room house, snap N. High 2,300 Torms
872 lot3 E. Globe 850 Terms
203 1 lot N. Sutherland ICO
208 Lot E. Globe 300 Terms
411 Fine lot E. Globe, close in 600 Torms
415 12-room rooming houso N. Devcreaux 3,800 Terms
417 14-room rooming house, furniture, etc- 600 Cash
INSUEANCE Firo, life, accident and liability in beat companies
that always pay dollar for dollar.
FOB BENT Furnished and unfurnished houces in all parte of the
city.
Copper Belt Realty Co.
Phone 1291 140 E. Oak St.
SILVER BELT
KttINO BEBtTLTS s!SBnSw BBIWO RESULTS
uNE A
I ONE CENT (a word) PER WORD
V cent
PEH IHHU aotf PK IB8UB
3A8H MUST ACCOMPANY THE COPY . OB ADVEBTI3EMBKT8
Whih Ado in the future will bo publtibtMl In Uxe S lvtr lllt . the rate of one cent a won
per Iwtue No ad wl 1 b- taken fur lo tbnn 10 o-cu una etMfc zsus nccomoont the i-op
ii every Instance. Count your words, alway prvfucU a the ftd with Por Kent. For Sale. Lohi
otiDd. V ntrd. etc.. as lb? cute mT ho. and mtlilpl by the nunber of Insertions and ym
till know the oiaot cott. which tuimt accompany tiie xi. Xo more want dn unntnir for m
ndeflntte period will be accepted except from partieshMlnr an open i count with thtaofnc
WAJCTEn
WANTED Some burros, teat and pack
naddloH. Address J. L., Silver Belt.
WANTED Clean cotton' rags at the
Stiver Belt office. Will pay 5 pound.
WANTED To rant, sis or seven room
boune with batn, furnished or uh
furntftbed; good location. Addreu.
N. O. Law too, Supt. Miami Copper
Co. Phone 1551.
WANTED A No. 1 cook wants work.
Inquire Bank Exchange cigar stand.
WANTED Situation; Orst-class Jap
anese cook; speak English perfectly;
hnve best reference. Addrew C2, this
office.
WANTED-Four or slx-horso ore tcanv.
Room 27, Trust Bldg.
WANTED Woman for general house
work. Inquiro Mm. Stoneman, cor
ner Mosquito and Deroreaux streets.
WANTED Lady to room and board.
Mrs. Ely Wales, 227 First, and Syca
more, '
WANTED Nursing by an experienced
lady. Addretw pout offlco box 1308,
Qlobe.
WANTED Lady, married or single, to
devoto several days a month to col
lection of installment accounts. Ad
drc8, Box 544, Oakland, CaL
FOB KENT
FOB BENT Two de&raolo front offices
in PoitofUco building. Apply to Jos.
II. Ilamill, Silver Belt offico.
FOB BENT Three-room adobe bouse.
C. C. Carico. '
FOE BENT Three room houso in Bail
ey block. Apply to Wm. Ross on the
premises.
FOB BENT Eight-room house, eloctric
lights; nowly papered and painted;
closo in. 233 N. Pino stroot.
FOB SALE
BABBIT METAL rOB SALE Old
type motol, melted into bars, tho finest
in tho world for nabbltt motal, for
Kale at tbo Silver Belt offico at 15
cents per pound.
FOB SALE Coinfteio soda fountain,
with tank, charger, etc; bargain. Ap
ply Silver Bolt.
FOB SALE Two heating stoves. Ap
ply 312 South Hill strcot.
FOB SALE A good buggy with um
brella top and ucw set of harnewj for
$00.00. Addresa "Bargain," can
Silver Bolt.
FOB SALE. Few pieces of fumlturo
mnHt bo sold at onco. Apply 424 8.
Hill street. Little houto in rear.
Mrs. J. Harvey Harris.
FOB BALE Gents' furnishing bonne
doing good busincks. Addrcs A. B
C, Silver Belt
FOR EALB Indelible typewriter rib-
do ler lost typewriter, at UiU office.
POPULAR WANTS
FOB SALE Few thoroughbred Flym
oath Rock cockerels from prise win
nors, perfeetly marked and from
strain of file breeders. For informs
tion write P. B. .Walker, B fl'J
Tevinton, Aria.
FOB BALE 976 -ouye gooo bar ben
flhop, fine loeatioa, rent $25 por month
Inquire of George Brown. Whit.
Hftuao RsIood.
rOK SALE Finest Buggy team la tb
rountry. Single or donble, 3 year
old. Inqulro of Red Lemdly.
FOB SALE Span of ponies, harness
and buekboard; ponies good for rid
ing and driving.' Enquire 953 Nortl
Broad.
FOB SALE See Knight Parker at
onee, 729 East Ash street, for a che'
homo on installment plan, both mod
ern and common.
LOST AND FOUNI
LOST Key ring ol seven keys, betwojc
Bankers' Garden and O. D. Keyatoni
mine, nlong road. Leave at this of
flee; reward.
LOST Pocketbook with cash anc
cheek. Keep money and return boo!
to Silver Bolt.
LOST Gold watch, open fnee gold dial
with on Eagle fob. Return to Silve
Bolt office nnd receive reward.
FOUND A goodnwatcin Ownorcan
recover by calling for Fred Yturri at
tho Globe Plumbing vhop, proving
ownership of eame and pay him for
this adv.
LOST Small gun metal watch with
black fob. Return fo 8ilver Belt. Re
ward. LOST Eastern Star pin. Beturn' to
the Silver Belt office and receive re
ward. FOUND Eluo coat for gentleman
Owner con secure eame at this office
upon paying for this advertisement.
We Do Laundering
as it Should be Done
We guarantoo our work to
please you. All we oak is a trial.
Our wagon will call. Fhcno 1481.
Globe Steam Laundry
FELAND BEOS., Props.
Downtown Office, Owl Club djat
Stand.
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The New Customer
Wft tTLOVn nlrl 11flAmAta A r.t
j new ones, and rarely lose either.
This la because they are SATIS
FIED CUSTOMEBS and WE
KEEP THEM SATISFIED. They
are satisfied Vecanse wo do
horseshoeing and carriage1 repair
ing as it should be done. Bosses
called for and delivered.
BAILEY & SON
DfiNE east
Globe Real Estate Office
OFFERS:
Business Opportunity
A business netting
$700 per month to
be sold at the
Sacrifice Price of $2200
We have a few snaps
in residence property
THEY ARE GOING
Get in on the rise
Fire Insurance in Dollar Companies
214 NORTH BBOAD STBEET
PHONE 1101
Concrete Blocks
ESTIMATES ON BUILDINGS
PROMPTLY FURNISHED
CHIMNEYS A SPECIALTY 1
Daniel I Holmon I
P O. BOX R'
OLOBB m
BANKER'S
GARDEN
The Finest Resort in Globe'
"opuiar with all rlttMr vrlutor audi
ummer. Refreahnjnt of all kin-It
'hoio Oigara. Wine aad Ijkjuor
feallts aad Ashewutr-BtMc ftor tl
vaya ono Draaeht
The White House
BBOAD AND CEDAH STREETS
Globe's Leading aad Meet
Popular DrlnkiBg Oat
Best Liquors ind Cigars
and the beat feaera) bar senrlc
in the city. A gesttemea'a re
sort. Oood treatment for all.
Bank Exchange
Restaurant
. J. T. LOUIE, Proprietor
Now open in rear of
BANK EXCHANGE SHLOON
Chinese Chop Suey
and Noodles
Meali at All Hours
Open Dai aud Ni
Building Contractor
Building 'estimates
promptly furnished
Work guaranteed
J. E. MERRIAM
BOX 491
Office Oyp. Unsay Kaoao
Architects
General Contractors
Estimates
Cheerfully Furnished
SIMS & SONS
P. O. Box 466
Re. 780 Monroe St, Eait Globe
Weak Kidneys
Weak Kttam. aoralr petot to vwk MA
kerraa. Tha KWneys. Ilia tfctKHtart, aad t.
Stomach, ted their wntnua. sot 1m. the ore
Itself, but In the Barrel that control aad aufi
and ftrengthea them. Dr. Shoop'a KeetorafcTtnl
a medicine specifically Kared to reaoh the)
controlling &arm. TodoetertaaKldMyaatca
lucun a, wmcs c me, aoa ex saaa
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eer duea)e.r7Dr.ei00'f Beateratlrea a
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