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THE DAIElllJlLVER BELT
THE SILVER BELT PUBLISHING CO.
H. IL HIENEB H. 0. HOLDSWORTH
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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
The Silver Belt has a larger paid circula
tion than any daily newspaper in the world
published in a city with 16,000 or less population.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Earth has nothing more tender than, a
woman's heart when it is the abode of piety.
Mar fin Luther.
The comet at least developed a large crop of
After all, times are good or times are bad,
just as the people see fit to make them.
The way to build a town is to prosper every
concern and individual in that town. The rest
will be easy.
A friend in need is a friend indeed, but a
friend who has his pockets full of the coin of the
realm is doubly welcome.
!Many men act as though they were making
handsome presents to their wives when they give
them money to pay the household bills.
Mr. Bryan sailed for Europe the other day,
but there has been no statement in the rJress or
oth irwise that Colonel Roosevelt sent for him.
.Senator Chamberlain says: "Victory is just
ahead of democracy." That is the position vic
tory has held in relation to democracy for a long
There is. no possible harm in guessing as to
the population of the city, but remember that
all estimates are made with a margin to provide
Is it possible the comet refused to keep its en
gagement with the earth because it did not wish
to meet Chancellor Day? If so, the excuse must
TAG! WE'RE IT!
Current literature has been enriched.
Mr. S. R. Guggenheim, president of the Yukon
(Alaska) Gold company, in a magazine article,
insists that the real cause of living is national
His reasoning is clear. People insist on
wearing so much silk that silkoline is selling at
twice what itwas. They demand so high a qual
ity of wool clothing that shoddy is all they can
get. They hanker for the choice cuts of meat,
and as a result shank and liver has been sent
up to 15 cents a pound. They WILL Jive in
mansions, and two-room flats have gone to $30 a
month in consequence. It is so all along the
line. You can see that it would bo so. The de
mand for luxuries is such that necessaries of
life are high because nobody wants them ! Per
fectly clear, Mr. Guggenheim.
All these things tend to reconcile us to the
fact that the Guggenheims are gradually cor
nering the earth, in so far as Morgan and Rock
efeller haven't already fenced it in. Perhaps
we'd better let 'em have Alaska Ballinger may
have been right about it.
Listen to this fine old bromidiom of Guggen
heim : "I believe," says he, "that the wage earn
er is more extravagant in proportion to his
earnings than the millionaire."
Shouldn't wonder a bit! Right in this town
wage earners frequently spend for meat to last
them over Sunday every blamed cent left over
from the week's pay check. Do, you happen to
know any millionaires who do such a thing? A
pipe or two of smoking .tobacco after supper will
probably amount to one-half of 1 per cent of the
laborer's daily wage. Mr. Guggenheim's daily
income is estimated at $30,000. One-half of 1
per cent of this is $150. Do you suppose that
the thrifty Mr. Guggenheim smokes a hundred
and fifty-dollar cigar after dinner? Certainly
not. He is much more economical "in propor
tion to his income" than almost anyone you
In order to equal the extravagance of the la
borer who drinks a 5-cent glass of beer after his
day's work, Mr. Morgan would have to consume
250 quarts of champagne at $5 a quart.
Mr. Morgan doesn't do it! We state this
Mr. Guggenheim asserts and we believe he
is rigid that John D. Rockefeller is -the least
extravagant man he knows of. Mr. Rockefeller
has never been know nto slip down to Billy's
place on the corner and spend $4,000 playing
pool in the evening, as he would have to if he
equaled the extravagance "according to in
come" of the stone mason who rolls one game
at 20 cents an hour.
But the crowning extravagance in which the
poor indulge Mr. Guggenheim never refers to
The poor give up a large a very large part of
their incomes to make Guggenheims, Morgans
and Rockefellers: When they come to real econ
omy, here's where they will begin to cut down
expenses. When they have reformed in the mat
ter of supporting millionaires, maybe they will
be better able to stand the strain of more chuck
steak and codfish.
By the way, it will be just as well for the man
who has been kept up at night attending comet
parties to find another excuse without unneces
Nevertheless and notwithstanding the results,
it was achievement of sufficient magnitude to
make some people wish they were on intimate
terms with Boss Fred Jacobs.
'X great many people are frothing at the
mouth dispussing the long and short clause of
the railroad bill, but how many of -them could
, explain what it is all about. '
It is evident that Secretary Wilson's cook
book is doing its work. According to the press
reports the Chicago packers state that the de
mand for the cheaper cuts has doubled in the
past few weeks.
The Prescott Courier was a mighty good
newspaper, but really thero was not room in
Prescott for two good newspapers, and the fail
ure of one was the natural result. In cities the
size of El Paso two newspapers have a struggle
. Scientists state that every fly you destroy in
the spring means that you have cut off the fly
population for the season by many millions. The
figures are too much for the common mind to
grasp, for the rate at which they multiply is inconceivable.
At the election held in Denver the other day,
"Miss" Ellis Meredith was chosen election com
missioner, receiving more votes than all of the
seven men avIio were opposed to her. She was
married once, but she evidently likes her maiden
name better than the name of her husband.
"The paper says that De Tanque presided at
the banquet, but I didn't see him."
"That's funny; he was right under the head
of the table."
"You say she is no longer editor of the
'Woman's Corner?' "
"No. She wrote so many articles on how to
make over last year's hats that her readers be
gan to suspect she was a man."
A Moline, 111., preacher told a Unitarian con
ference that women are liars. Now he says men
are liars. A woman who heard his first state
ment. Query: When did the preacher lie,
statement. I very: When did the preacher lie,
in the first statement or the second?
GREATNESS OF OUR COUNTRY
"How big is the United States?" is answered
in Poor's Manual of Industrials for 1910, a com
panion to Poor's Manual of Railroads. These
startling figures are given :
The total capitalization of all industrial cor
porations in the United States is $17,529,000,-
000; the total capitalization of all railroads is
The total stock issued by industrial corpora
tions in the United States is $13,132,000,000; to
tal bonds, $4,397,000,000. Railroads have issued
$7,642,000,000 stock and $9,593,000,000 bonds.
The average rate of interest on bonds of in
dustrial corporations is 5.27 per cent, and 3.88
per cent on railroad bonds. The average divi
dend rate on industrial stock is 4.02 per cent,
and 3.50 per cent on railroad stock.
Gross earnings of industrial corporations
representing an aggregate capitalization of $7,
103,000,000 were $2,165,000,000 last year. The
gross earnings of all railroads were $2,407,000,
000. Light, water and power companies have $2,
108,233,079 stock, $1,392,653,050. bonds; mining
companies $2,001-925,586 stock, $66,850,265
bonds; telephone and telegraph companies $788,
709,274 stock, $352,025,050 bonds, and manufac
turing and miscellaneous companies $8,233,035,
721 stock, and $2,585,694,207 bonds.
Light, water and power companies paid $63,
867,681 in dividends, at the rate of 3.03 per cent;
mining companies $58,866,089, or 2.94 per cent ;
telephone and telegraph companies $37,356,517,
or 4.73 per cent; and manufacturing and mis
cellaneous companies $368,721,516, or 4.17 per
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rolled oats instead of rolled barley;
same price per sack as barley. Also try
the chickens on Kafir Corn. Wo also
have cracked cern, whole corn, wheat,
bran and oats. American Block coal
and Stove Coal.
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Sydnor & Sterns. Props.
The Finest of Wines
Liquors and Cigars
.We handle only the
Best Quality Goods
474 North Broad Street
Thursday, May 26, 1910.
Decoration Day Flowers
Buy your flowers for MEMORIAL DAY from AEMACOST, the
CALIFORNIA FLOEIST. Carnations hot house 5?c per doz., field
grown 25c per doz., $1.50 per 100; Eoses 50c per doz., 53.00 per 100;
Marguerites 51.00 per 100; Asparagus Plumosus strings eight leet long
50c each; Asparagus Plumosos and Asparagus Sprengerli sprays 51.00
per 100; Lily of the Valley 75c per doz.
Ocean Park, Cal.
INDIAN HOT SPRINGS
These famous Indian Hot Springs are only twenty minutes' ride from
Hot Springs Station, Graham County, Arizona. Excursion tickets to Ft.
Thomas and the Springs every Saturday and Sunday, good returning
If you -are suffering from rheumatism, gout, dropsy, liver, kidney
and stomach troubles, blood disorders or women's diseases, these Springs
will cure you. 'The most wonderful mud and mineral baths.
Not Only for the Sick, but Rest for the Well
ALEXANDER BEOTHEES, POSTOFFICE, FOBT THOMAS, ARIZ.
Rates: $2.00 to $3.00 a day
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150 Rooms 1 person $1;
2 persons, $1.50.
100 Booms 1 person $1.50;
2 persons, $2.50.
With Private Bath
75 Booms 1 person $1.50;
2 persons, $2.50.
100 Rooms 1 person $2;
2 persons $3.
75 Rooms J. person $3;
2 persons $5. .
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