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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Wednesday,. December 18, 107
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Week from today is Christmas.
Do you know what ward you live inf
Get your good resolutions together.
Tho' now-year will begin in two weeks.
Parents should bo careful that tho
children do not hang up tho stocking
'Christmas ovo that is being used ns tho
Fortunately wo will hear nothing
moro from tho greatest fleet in tho
world until it arrives at Trinidad in
about a week and after that only nt
fortnightly or greater intervals.
Tho women of Goldficld told General
Funston that they were just frightoned
most to death until he camo there.
Swimming rivers in tho Philippines isn't
in it with putting down "anarchy and
revolt" in Nevada.
Tho ofllco building of tho Consoli
dated Canal has been destroyed by ilro
at Mesa. Ofllco furnitura and books
wero sav.cd. Tho loss amounts to sov
cral hundred dollars. Origin of the. Are,
n defectivo flue.
Kermis is packing tho house nightly
nt Mesa. Local talent will hold tho
boards for n week.
Material is being placed on tho
ground for tho now Vnnco opera houso
Henry Meesp, arrested recontly at
Kingman on a charge of burglary, has
been adjudged insane by tho lunacy
commission in Mohave county.
Threo thousand now volumes havo
been added to tho Douglas city librnry.
Mrs. Bird, wifo of Editor Allon T.
Bird of Nogales, is reported seriously
Tho report that Billy Stiles tho Co
chiso county outlaw, had been arrested
by tho rnngors nt Bouso hns been de
nied. Tho olusivo Billy is said to have
loft tho camp tho day previous to tho
coming of tho officers, who now havo
no traco of him.
Ten marriago licenses were issued in
Cochiso county in ono day roccntly.
Times must bo improving in that section
of tho territory.
Jnquin Garcia hns been found guilty
of robbery at Tombstone.
Fred Carlovato, who recently died nt
Tombstone, left $300 to tho Knights of
Pythias lodge, of which ho had been n
member for thirty years.
Globe people who want Christmas
trees can get all they want on the Pinnl
mountains, but they must bo obtained
through forest reserve regulations and
by applying to tho forest guard who
is in charge. Hundreds of people se
cured Christmas trees last year through
the same channels.
CONGRESS AND THE CURRENCY.
It is now -certain that congress will
make no attempt at "rushing" cur-
roncy legislation. The respective com
mittees of the two houses will take
time to consider tho various ponding
proposals and evolve n measure that, it
is to be hoped, will merit general ap
proval. Tho correspondents havo suf
ficiently sounded congressional senti
ment -to feel safe in predicting that
nothing "radical" will bo done. What
is important, however, is that tho thing
that is finally done shall embody the
lessons of the recent crisis and bo suf
ficient to prevent similar disastrous ex
periences in tho future.
Neither tho president nor Secretary
Cortolyou hns submitted a specific
scheme to congress. Both deemed it
more important to state the problem
correctly, to emphasize tho defect in
our. currency systom that can no longer
bo tolerated or ignored, than to advo
cate a concrete remedy.
Tho president recommended provision
for an "emergency currency" based
on. adequate securities and subject to a
tax heavy enough to insuro its retire
ment upon the return of fairly normal
business and financial conditions. What
the-tax should bo to provent inflation,
and what classes of securities other
than government bonds would bo safo
and proper ns a basis for tho emergency
issues,, tho president leaves to cocgrcss
Secretary Cortclyou, deeming it prob
able that congress will not at onco over
haul and modernize the entire currency
system in accordance with tho advo
cates of either tho regular asset cur
rency plan or tho central bank sclicmo,
suggests, as an alternative, some meas
ure that would impart "a greater elas
ticity to tho currency" under govern
ment guaranty "something which
should bo automatic in its operation."
Mr. Cortelyou intimates, however,
. that tho desiro to avoid radicalism and
complexity will not excuso needless de
lay. Promptness of action, ho well says,
is as desirablo as .simplicity of plan.
Tho pcoplo expect immediate and carn
. est consideration of tho currency prob
lorn and somo provision for certain,
definito relief undor safeguards of law.
Tho federal grand jury is in session
FORMER GLOBE GIRL WEDS
Miss Alico Sicboth Becomes Brido of
R. P. Sharpo at Florence Laet Week
Tho Florcnco Blado gives tho follow
ing account of tho marriage of a formor
resident of Globo, a young lady, who
has n host of friends here:
At high noon on Tuesday last, at
tho homo of tho brido 'a paronW, a
qniot wodding ceremony was performed,
by which Miss Alico Sieboth, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Sicboth, bo
camo the wifo of R. Percy Sharpo, son
of Mnj'or John W. Shnrpo of this city.
Tho Episcopal marriago sorviee was
used, Rev. .1. Friedli officiating.
jurs. uortriulo i'omlloton nctoil ns
bridesmaid nnd Sidney A. Bartlcson ns
best man. The. brido woro a becoming
ompiro gown of whito nlbntross. Tho
houso was beautifully decorated with
great clusters of American benuty and
brido roses, whito chrysanthemums and
After tho wedding ceremony n sump
tuous wedding breakfast was nerved tho
bridal party and guests, and nt two
o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Shnrpo departed
for a brief tour of sojuo of tho cities
of tho southwest. Upon thoir return
they will mnko thoir homo at tho old
Pinto place, which tho groom has fitted
up for n home.
Tho brido is a refined and cultured
young lady of high attainments nnd has
been a leading light in the most ex
clusive social circles of Floronco for the
pnst two years. Tho groom is n very
model, and industrious young man of
considerable business ability. Tho young
couplo havo numerous friends horo who
join tho Blado in wishing them a long,
happy and prosperous married life.
Wing Wong, a Chincpo restaurant
keeper at Nogales, has1 been nrrcsted
on a charge of shooting a drunken Mes
ican, who miscd a rough house because
tho Chinaman wasn't fast enough in
A party of sisters of tho Ursulino
order havo located in Douglas and will
joon open a school.
A large forco of men is working on
tho new Cannnca & Nogales road at
Prescott and Phoonix footbnll teams
will play a championship gamo at
Phoenix on Christmas day.
Burglars took in Mesa 'ono night ro
ccntly nnd entered and robbed n dozen
houses without dotcction. Tho work
appeared to bo that of professionals and
tho officers aro at sea.
Entertainments aro being givon for
tho benefit of tho Phoenix health league.
Tho city scavenger should now got busy
and offer somo real assistance.
TO THE PUBLIC.
At a meeting of nil of tho Firo In
sunnco Agents doing business in Globe,
Arizona, held this 17th day of Decem
ber, 1007, it was decided to extend no
credit to nny policy holder boyond tho
15th of tho following month in which
the policy went into effect, and that in
tho ovent of cancellation no other 'agent
shall bo allowed to writo insnranco for
tho delinquent until notified by tho
originnl agent that the earned premium
thereon hns been pnid to him.
Further: That in ench and ovcry caso
where nn endorsement is mado a charge
of fifty (50) cents shall bo collected
before delivering tho policy.
Consolidated Realty Co.
Gila County Abstract C.
N Mooro & Feland,
Globo, Bank & Savings Co., Inc.
RICES TELL TH
climax to our
the unheard of low
prices that have
characterized this great selling
E WANT to rnako tho closing days of 1D07 tho most rnemorablo in
tho history of this groat storo. Wonderful as has been tho selling
during tho past few wooks, our sales froin now until January 1,
1008, will dwarf tho greatest' efforts of tho past, Tako ono-flfth
off tho low prices that havo prevailed at McNeiL's during this
great selling ovent and you will havo tho prices of today. This salo affect3
every articlo in tho house furniture, stovo3, ruga, dishes, cooking utensils
Read These Amazing ,
. x . Prices
Cots and Davenports
Steel Cots, were $7.50, now $0.00
Steel Davenports, wero $9, now..$7.20
Steel Davenports, wero $15, now
Couch Pads, were $C, now $1.80
Brussels Art Squares
Axminstcr, 10-0x13-0, wero $-40,
Axminster, wore $30, now $24.00
Brussels, 9x12, were $20, now. $10.00
Brussels, 9xJ2. were $20, now..$10.00
$17.50 Brussels, 0x12, now.- ..$11.50
Brussels Rugs, 30x54 inches, wero
$2,25, now ,$1.80 j
Axminstcr, 00x27 inches, wero
$3.50, now $2.80
Axminstcr, 30x72 inches, woro
$5.50, now $4.40
Wore $37.50, now $30.oo
Were $17.50, now $35.oo
Sideboards were $17.50, now$38.Co
Excelsior, were $5, now $.n
Cotton Mattresses, woro $5, now
Cotton Mattresses, were $8.50, now
Orient, wore $14, now .$11.2i
Ostermoor, were $18, now .. .$15.0.
An extensive line of Singer Bow
ing Machines from $10 to $25, war
For Salo, For Rent nnd Furnished
Room cards for snlo at tho Silver Belt
office. 10c each, 5 for 25c.
Is ono of Globo's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class In
his lino. Call and bo convinced.
Buy your djied fruits at Sultans'.
Get your winter supply of coal while
wo aro delivering it in ton lots at $12
per ton. Globo Hardwaro Co.
Tho Ahdcrson-Apacho company's
mine near Hachita, N. M., will bo
worked by contract. William J. Wil
liams of Silver City, Now Mexico has
socurcd tho contract.
,"Doc" Sales, a young minor, cm
ployed at Bisbco lost his lifo by n cave
in at tho Superior nnd, Pittsburg com
pany's mine, Tho young mnn was; a
jollcgo graduate, nnd tho body has been
shipped to his Into home in Springfield,
Tho Consolidated Telephone company
is proparing to fight tho new indepen
dent company which has asked for a
franchise at Phoenix.
Don't fail to hear Miss Hazel Rail
sing: "I'd Like to Squoczo You," at
Thp only rcaljino in tho city. Ab
solutely high-claps' goods. Beautiful'
Tho Empress, wns $85, now. $08.00
Princess, wa3 $35, now $2S,00
Princess, wns $22.50, now $18.20
Dressers that sold for $17.50, now
Dressers that were $11, now....$ 10.00
GO-GARTS A protty collection at
prices that will surely interest you.
Go-Cnrts that sold for $14, now $11.20
Go-Carts that were $J, now $3.20
Iron and Brass Beds
Brass Beds, satin finish, were $85,
Brass Beds, wero $.T2.50, now....$20.00
Brass Beds, were $22.50, now....$18.50
Iron Beds, elabornto "brass trim
mings, wero $27.50, now.. $22.00
Iron Beds, beauties, were $20,
Iron Beds, were $12, now $9.G0
Iron Beds, were $8, now ,..$0.10
Iron Beds, were $4, now $3.00
Buffets, wero $17.50, now ,..$35.00
Buffets nnd Combination China
Closet, were $55, now $41.00
Real Mahogany, were $55, now$4 1.00
Mahogany Finished, wero ' $25,
now ...... . $20.00
Three-Pjcco Minion, was $15,
now .. r , , 413.00
Solid Oak, leathor seat, were $5,
now ,., $4.00
Mission, leather scat, wore $4.50,
now . .. 43.40
Don't fnil to see our gigantic
China and Crockery Department.
Great cuts here.
J. P. McftlEKL
Just Across tho
Cane Seat Rockers, were $3,
now . "o
Wood Scat Rockers, were $1.75, 1
now -41.25 I
Reed Rockers, were $C, now.. $4.8o
Reed Rockers, were $11, now.$8.8(
Solid Oak Rockers, wero $10,
Arm Rockers, -were $3.50, now $2.8o
Arm Rockers, cobble seat, were $4,
Arm Rockers, cobble scat, wero
$4.50, now $3.60
Leather Seat Rockers, were $0.50,
Leather Scat Rockers, were $15,
now , $12.00
Morris Chairs, wcre$17.50, now...
Make Your Wants Known Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
Advertisements under this head 10 cents ner line tne first insertion and Scents per lice each
subsequent Insertion. Hv tne month. 11.00 oer line No ad InsertedPfor less than ; cent. AU
ado under this bead must De paid tor in aavanco. Discount to regular advertisers.
WANTED Two copies each of tho
Daily Arizona Silver Bolt dated Nov.
2, 1907, and Oct. 11, 1907. Return to
this office to circulator.
POSITION WANTED By a first class
colored cook to work by tho day.
Very neat. II. D., this office.
For Sale, For Rent and Furnished
Room cards for salo at tho Silver Belt
ofllce. 10c each, 3 for 25c.
Worth doing is worth doing well. If
you wish to bo surcd of Rheumatism
use Ballard's Snow Liniment and you
will bo "well cured." A positive cure
for Sprains, Neuralgia, Bruises, Con
tracted Muscles and all tho ills that
flesh is heir to. A. G. M. Williams,
Nnvasotn, Texas, writes:
"I havo used Snow Liniment for
sprained ankle and it gavo tho best of
satisfaction. I always keep it in the
Sold by the Palaco Pharmacy.
There is something abvut Kennedy's
Laxative Cough Syrup that makes it
different from others, ns it causes a free
yet gcnllo action of tho bowels through
which tho cold is forced out of tho sys
tem. At tho same timo it heals irrita
tion and allays inflammation of the
throat and lungs. It is pleasant to take.
Children liko it. Contains no opiates
nor narcotics. Sold by Hannu's Drug
Dance by Fraternal Brothorhood at
Maurcl hall, Christinas night, Decembor
25. Tho best of music. A gopd timo
assured all. Everybody invited. Ad
mittance $1, ladies free. Objection
abb characters will bo refused admit
How About Your Insurance?
Don't wait until tho houso burns
down before you think of insurance. Seo
Mooro & Feland about it at onco, Home
Printing Building. tf
Forty-fivo Years on Ono Jofc.
Robert G. Lucas, scvonty-ono years
old,- resigned his plnco in the ofllco of
tho Amcricnn Express company hero
last night, ending a forty-fivo ycaTs'
term of scrvico for the company, in
which timo he novcr has missed n day's
For soventy years Mr. Lucas had no
need of tho attention of n physicinn.
Less than a year ago ho felt a dcclino
in health and began treatment. His
throat has become affected by smoking.
He gives tho following advico to those
who would omulato his example:
"Good health is as great a requisite!
or a good workor as good brains. Young
man, don't stnoko to excess. If I had
dropped smoking when I could my bank
account would bo $o,000 larger today.
"Pass up tho drinks. A man should
havo eight hours' sleop out of overy
twenty-four. That doesn't mean four
ono night and twelvo tho next.
"Consult you wifo and follow her ad
vice. 'If she tells you to wrap up your
throat in a red flannel rac soaked in
koroseno, do it." Chicago Dispatch tot
mo .wow York Herald.
Most of tho splinters in tho banister
of lifo aro unnoticed until wo begin
to slido down.
A successful man is ono who mako3
his mistakes when thoy don't count
Clean up tho littlo tasks of today and
you will bo ready for the big tasks of
Don't' got tho idea under your hat
that other pcoplo think ns much of you
ns you think of yourself.
Probably thcro is no personal sacri
fice so great as that of tho misguided
woman who marries a man to roform
Every timo anything disagrceablo
happens to n married man his wifo
gets busy nnd romembors that sho told
him so in advance. Chicago News'.
Storage room phono C01.
One Towel Cabinet,
Brush, Soap and Six
Towels each week
$1.25 per Month
750 North Broad Street
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED Employment Agoncy Dcpt.
Laborers, $2.50 and eight hours work.
Reliable help furnished free of charge
on short notice.
FOR RENT Real Estate Dept.
Two and C-room houses, furnished.
Two, 3 nnd C-room houses, unfurn
ished. Four-room house furnished and four
room houra unfurnished.
FoT Sale Lots from $35. up.
Houses with lots, $225 and up.
NICK MILICK, Agont, Room 23,
Trust Building, Telephone 2101.
FOR RENT Completely furnished
houso of five rooms, closo in, at a
snap. Call 170 East Push street.
FOR RENT Desirablo furnished rooms,
$3 and up. Mrs. L. G. Coombs, Ball-ground.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms ; also fur
nished housekeeping rooms. 320 E.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms,
with bath; also furn. house. Mr3. J.
Harvey Harris, 421 S. Hill. Tel. 1391.
FOR RENT Largo storo room In rear
of Mrs. Fort's millinery parlors. En
trance from alley. Apply to Mrs.
FOR RENT Ten-room hoaso; lavatory
in ovcry room; just complotcd. In
quire of J. Maurcl, box 221.
FOb RENT Room in tho Postofflco
building. Apply at 8ilvor Bolt ofllce.
FOR RENT Five-room house. Apply
at 359 South Sutherland street.
FOR RENT Five-room furnished house
on Nob hill. Call this office.
FOR RENT Six room houso; furnished
or unfurnished. Also four room un
furnished house. Apply Mrs. E. Mer
ritt, 319 Mosquito street.
FOR RENT Three-room house. Apply
Julc Maurcl, box 221, or Cement
houso. ' tf
Christmas Cheer Permeates
Our Entire Store
llere the prudent shoppers will assemble during
the next few weeks to secure their gifts. Our holi
day display s of a nature uniquely and acceptably
You'll find a different air pervading this storean
air of elegance, of refinement, of metropolitariism so
so desirable. No confusion here. Large, well ar
ranged store. Fine goods in departments especially
constructed for them. A shoppers' ha;en that's it.
FOR RENT Furnished room. Apply
to tho Whito House, 504 N. Broad
Dominion Commercial Co.
TO TRADE Equity in 5-room houso
First National Bank account. T. T.,
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Combination K. of P. and M.
W. A. wntch charm. Finder leave at
Silver Belt office. 3t
Twenty per cent off on Roberts, John
son & Rand Shoes at Sultan Brothers.
Cheap for those that
won't pay for good; Schil
ling's Best for those who
won't have poor.
Your srrocer returns your money If you don't
liko It; ns pay blm ' I
Latest, safest and most improved
modoL guaranteed for economy and re
liability; simplest scientific engine built.
MINING AND IRRIGATION
Sold and installed on absoluto guar
Box 211 GLOBE. ARIZ.
SWEARING MADE EASY.
When a cayuse gets to bucking,
Where tho rocks aro thick and hard,
It makes a cowboy sigh ngnin
To bo in mother's yard;..
To bo ngnin a littlo boy
Wny back upon tho farm,
Reading wild west stories
And safo ot homo from harm.
When n cayuso gets to bucking,
Out on a western range,
Titer '11 ho coyboy wishing
That ho hnd his daddio's change,
That he might seek n railway
To strike out all nlono
And seek ngain the comforts
He used to have at home. .
When a cayi se gets to bucking,
As those mangy critters can,
It will make a cowboy whisper
That awful swear word, "Damn."
It will mako him hunt for liquor
And forgot his Sunday school,
Where tho mcol , tho wise and lowly
Taught each tho golden rule.
When a cnyusu gots to bucking,
But why prolong tho pain
Ho jumps you up, and jumps you down,
And bumps you hard again,
Till your light and liver tanglo
With tho cuss words from your tonguo
Till you catch yjursolf a wishing
You had died when you were young.
J. WATT HOGDH.
Lon Sanders, Proprietor
710 N. Broad St. Tel. 1711
Headquarters for tho
Gatti Meat Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Will Meet All Prices
Wines and Liquors
Domestic Cigars f
Tho Gatti Meat company Is still in
tho field to sell butters. Saying nothing
but standing pat against all butters.
Only tongue-tied women suffer from
Tho moon affects the untied as well
as tho tide.
Bo good and you'll bo happy in your
Hvil-mindcd folk measure others by
their own stnndard.
Most men firo up when you throw
cold water on their schemes.
Tho more rights a woman has the less
sho talks about them. ' ' y
dood pcoplo aro supposod to bo hap
py, but thoy seldom look'itJf ""
Globe, Ariz., Decembor 17, 1907.
Notico is hcroby given that tho City
Assessment Roll nnd warrant for collec
tion of taxos for tho year 1907 arc now
in my possession.
Taxes will becomo delinquent sixty
days nftcr the dato of this notico, and
if n&t paid on that dnto or prior there
to, five per cent will be added to tho
amount thorcof as pounlty.
Said taxes nro payable nt tho office of
tho Tnx Collector,
C. C. CARICO,
City Tnx Collector.
Dolls! Dollsl Van Wagcnon has tho
finest lino over brought to Glohe.
O. K. Livery Stables
General Livery and Feed Stables
Gaited Saddle Horses....Phone 481
QUICK SERVICE AND GOOD RIGS
Phone 481 W. P. KELSEY, Mgr. Globe, Arizona
I - Now Open I
If you wish a fine riding saddle call
The Eagle Restaurant
NAQUIN'S OLD STAND
Houso completely overhauled; nowly painted and papered; new furni
ture; immaculate table linen; good silverware and nice dishes. Finest
and cleanest kitchen in tho city. Give us a call nnd you will bo regular.
DROP IN TODAY
OUR NEW SALESMAN
We have the greatest salesman in Globe. Wit,
humor and eloquence sit down when he rises to spealc,
PRIPF is the great sPeaker tlie convincieg
A .IAIaL-i salesman, and is listened to by every
one, and sells the goods.