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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
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ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Published each morning except Monday.
Admitted to the mails as second class
matter
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SILVER BELT PUBLISHING 00.
Member of the Associated Press
SUBSCRIPTION RAXES
Dallj, by mail, one year $7.50
Daily, by carrier, one month...... .75
Weekly, ono year ...... 2.50
Weekly, six months 1.25
Cash in advance
Subscribers' Notice
Subscribers plcaso notify this ofUco
1b case of non-delivery of tho daily,
Monday excepted.
Advertising rates made known on application.
AMNION $gjLAltl
A VERSATILE CAMP. .
It is beginning to look as though
Olobe would soon bo known as a gold
camp as well as one of tho best copper
camps in tho country. In tho early
days it was a silver camp, then when
tho country domanded copper, tho red
metal predominated and has for years,
but now whilo copper is selling at a
low figure and thcro is littlo or no de
mand for copper properties, tho pros
pectors aro turning their attention to
tho yellow metal. Many arc now out
in tho hills looking for gold bearing
rock and already several good strikes
havo been reported, which may dovclop
into rich gold mines. Globo is really
tho most vcrsatilo mining camp in tho
country and no ono doubts that if gold,
silver and copper should becomo drugs
on tho market, some enterprising pros
pectors would hiko to tho hills and lo
cato platinum or tungsten deposits, or
perhaps diamonds.
COMES. TOO LATE.
The senate yesterday passed tho bill
suspending annual work on mining
claims for the year 190". Although
it requires tho concurreuco of tho house
to nmko the bill a law, as woll ns tho
signature of tho president, should those
follow, no good will result from ths
enactment. Fractically all assessment
work in nil mining districts has been
completed for this year.
Only two moro days to do your
Christmas shopping.
Taft rofuscs to talk politics. Ho
wants to see whero ho ia-at, first.
El Paso has givon up its "Copper
Exposition." Thus another attempt to
boom tho red metal joins its predecessors.
8NAP JUDGMENT.
It looks as though tho attorney who
represented tho Western Federation r.t
Goldficld spoko too quickly about not
getting a squaro deal from tho presi
dent. Just because tho commissioners
sent by tho president, to investigate
conditions at Ooldfiold devoted moro
timo to hearing representatives of the
other side, was no reason why they
stood for what the mino owners told
i themf Tho Western Federation ex
ecutive committeo at Denver wa3 also
too hasty in condemning tho president,
before ho had been given an oppor
tunity to look into the matter.
WHITE SOX W
PLAY GAME WETH
GLOBE BALL TEAM
Randolph Line Representative
Gives Guarantee for Game
With the Ex-Champs,
Phoenix made over $2,500 from its
water plant during the last month.
Judging from tho utterances of an
evangelist who is now working in that
field, tho saloons can beat that record
hands down.
SPLENDID REPORT.
Tho report of tho Superior & Boston
Copper company published in this is-
suo makes good reading to thoso who
v aro interested in mining. Beginning
operations a littlo over a year ago, tho
company has mado an unequalled record
in tho district for rapid results, duo as
much to tho ablo and encrgotic way
in which tho company has operated, as
to the splendid property it acquired.
J. Wesley Gaines of Tennessco seems
to bo doing most of tho talking in
congress theso days. Ho sounds like
Senator Davis of Arkansas.
Tho Tucson Star announces that peo
plo of that villago aro sending Christ
mas present to every place on earth
and in Heaven. From which it is
quito evident that at least a few de
parted ones nrc being overlooked.
Doctor Havo you consulted anyone
elso!
Patient I went to sco a chemist and
ho told mo
Doctor (interrupting) Don't tell me
that you asked advico of a chemist. No
ono except a lunatic would take tho
advico of a chemist.
Pationt I was about to say that ho
told mo to como to you. Cardiff
Times.
"I ot brckfuss a half-hour lato this
mornin'," announced Johnny at lunch
eon, "so I won't be hungry for that
long yet."
"But luncheon will bo over in a half
hour, dear," objected his mother.
"Oh, no, it won't. You'll jest about
get to tho pie by that time." Clove
land Leader.
Globe, through Leo Landis, repre
sentative of tho Randolph lines in that
place, has como to tho front with an
offer of a $250 guarantee for ono game
to bo played between tho Chicago
Whito Sox and a team from that town,
says tho Tucson Star. This offer was
mado in a communication received re
cently by E. G. Humphrey from Mr.
Landis.
Sorno timo ago, it will bo remembered
Mr. Humphrey rccoived a telegram
from Southern Pncific officials in San
Francisco saying that the Whito Sox
whilo on their roturn journey to Chi
cago after tho spring practice in Cali
fornia wcro desirous of playing sev
eral games in Arizona with local teams,
a guarantco of $250 a game being called
for.
Tho matter was given publicity
through tho press, and Globo was the
first town to come forward with the
required guarantee and a request to bo
plnced on tho list. Tito Globe fan's
realize that their team is not in tho
class with tho Chicagoans, but they aro
willing to be led to the slaughter in
order that tho lovers of baseball in the
town may havo tho pleasure of witness
ing a team in action that once held
tho world's championship.
Mr. Humphrey, having plenty of
time before tho proposed visit of the
White Sox, which is scheduled for
March, will not communicnto tho Globo
offer to San Francisco until ho hears
from other towns in tho territory who
aro desirous of dating tho Windy City
aggregation.
Sheet Iron Stoves at twenty-five per
cent oft at Sultans'.
If you wish a fino riding saddlo call
at Sultans'.
For Sale, For Bent and Furnished
Boom cards for salo at tho Silver Belt
office. 10c each, 3 for 25c.
Van Wagcncn makes a specialty of
tinting. Satisfaction our motto.
How About Your Insurance?
Don't wait until tho houao burns
down beforo you think of insurance. See
Mooro & Fcland about it at onco, Home
Printing Building. tf
Tho world's best Fcrndalc canned
goods only sold in Globo by Moore
head & Lunn.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
Make Your Wants Known Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
Advertisements under this heud 10 cents per line tno Urst Insertion and 0 cents per line each
subsequent Insertion. Uv tno montb. J1.00 dot line is o ad tnsertcd'for less tbnnvo cents. AU
add under this head must oe paid for in advance. Discount to regular advertisers.
WANTED
"WANTED Two copies each of tho
Daily rlzonu Silver Bolt dated Nov.
2. 1907, and Oct. 11, 1907. Roturn to
thi office to circulntor.
WANTED Saddlo horso for the koop
ing. Call this office.
LOST Gontloinan's gold watch and
chain. S. M. engraved on tho case,
Waltham movement. Return to this
office.
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED Employment Agency Dopt.
Laborers, $2.50 and eight hours work.
Reliublo holp furnished froo of charge
on short notice
FOR RENT Real Estato Dopt.
Two, 4 and G-room houses, furnished.
Two, 3, 4 and G-room houses, unfur
nished. For Sale Lots from $35 up.
Houses with lots, $225 and up.
NICK MILICK, Agent, Room 23,
Trust Building, Telephono 2101.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; also fur
nished housekeeping rooms. 320 K.
Oak street.
FOR RENT Dosirablo furnished rooms,
$8 and up. Mrs. L. G. Coombs, Ball-ground.
FOK RENT Room In the Postofflce
building. Apply at Silver Belt office.
FOR RENT Two housekeeping rooms,
well furnished. 325 S. Hill street.
FOR RENT Six room house; furnished
or unfurnished. Also four room un
furnished house. Apply Mrs. E. Mer
ritt, 319 Mesquite street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms,
with bath; also furn, house. Mrs. J.
Harvey Harris, 421 S. Hill. Tel. 1391.
FOR RENT Larg6 storo room In rear
of Mrs. Fort's millinery parlors. Eu
trnnco from alley. Apply to Mrs.
Fort.
FOR RENT Ton-room houso; lavatory
in every room; just complotod. In
quire of J. Mnurcl, box 221.
FOR RENT Throo-room houso. Apply
Julo Maurel, box 221, or Cement
houso. tf
FOR RENT Fivo-room furnished house
on Nob hill. Call this office.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE Furniture for salo cheap.
Parties leaving town. Sco Ashby,
ltoom 34, Globe Office building.
FOR SALE Household furniture. En
quire at the Whito House, 5G4 N.
Broad street.
TO TRADE Equity In 5-room houso
First National Bank account. T. T.,
Silver Belt.
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND Ono gentleman's glovo at
Dreamland. Owner can obtain same
by calling at theater.
New Namo for an Old Disease.
The mosquito nover has had any
friends. He has been in tho experi
ence and imagination of everybody a
monster of hideous mien which no fa
miliarity could teach people to endure.
Ho has been at tho same time noisy
and vicious, to all persons n painful
visitant and to many persons almost n
deadly foe.
If, however, the mosquito has been
.pursued hitherto with more or less
earnest rage, in the future ho will ro
ccivc absolutely no quarter, but will bo
hunted down and exterminated. For
tho nnmo of mnlaria, a painful and de
bilitating discaso which has been at
tributed to poisonous gases from
swamps and sewers, has been changed
to mosquito fever.
Tho international sanitary congress
in session in the City of Mexico, lms
changed the name formally and offi
cially. It is up to all the world that i
has suffered from tho mosquito in tho
past to accept the cue of this learned j
body of men, and enter upon tho work
of exterminating a pest that is proved
oven a worse enemy than was thought.
Boston Globe.
Banana Tree a Wonderful Thing.
"Tho banana furnishes us with ink,
with handkerchiefs, with wax, with
blacksmith, with excelsior, with oil,
with Hour, with window cord, with
brushes. ' '
Tho speaker, a banana plnntcr-from
Jamaica, paused and smiled.
"You don't believe me, do you!" he
said, "Yet truly tho banana trco is a
wonderful thing. Every part of it
Bcrvcs good use. Tims tho long leaves
make a fine excelsior. The juice, being
rich in tannin, furnishes a good indeli
ble ink and a good shoe polish. The
stems yield a fino quality of hemp, and
from this hemp thcro arc made lace
handkerchiefs, cords, and ropes of all
kinds, mats and brushes. The oil is
used in gilding. Of bannna flour, tho
flour ground from tho dried fruit, there
is no uso speaking you aro too familiar
with it.
"Run down to Jamaica this winter,"
he concluded. "You couldn't find n
finer trip. Bathe iu tho sea on Christ
mas day, and buy, if you nrc wise, a
small banana plantation; for there Is
ono other thing that the, banana yields
and that is wealth."
Christmas Cheer Permeates
Our Entire Store
Uere the prudent shoppers will assemble during
the next few weeks to secure their gifts. Our holi
day display is of a nature uniquely and acceptably
combining
Beauty, Ornamentation
and Utility
You'll find a different air pervading this storean
air of elegance, of refinement, of metropolitanism so
so desirable. No'v confusion here. Large, well ar
ranged store. Fine goods in departments especially
constructed for them. A shoppers' haven that's it.
Old Dominion Commercial Co.
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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
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The Eagle Restaurant!:
NAQUIN'S OLD STAND
House comnletelv overhauled: newly painted and papered; new furni- T
turc; immaculate table linen; good silverware and nice dishes. Finest
I -.i !., l,U.l.nn :n flm oift- f!ivr im n mil nrul vnu will bo rcmilar. T
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and cleanest kitchen in the city. Give us a call and you will bo regular.
DROP IN TODAY
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Teddy bears at "Van Wagcncn 's.
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Storage room phono C01.
BARCLAY, HIGDON & CO.
Single and Double Teams
Saddle Horses Hay, Grain & Coal
A Specialty made of Fine Livery Rigs
Telephone 171
Globe, Arizona
HOLIDAY
EST10NS
MARKET
UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE MENU OF VIANDS FOR XMAS AND NEW YEAR'S
A shipment of fine Bal
timore and Berwick Bay
Oysters will be here for
the holiday trade.
WE HANDLE THE
BEST THAT MONEY
CAN OBTAIN
A CAR LOAD OF CHOICE AND CAREFULLY FATTED
TURKEYS, GEESE, DUCKS and CHICKENS
JUST RECEIVED AND SUBJECT TO THE ORDERS OF THE PEOPLE OF GLOBE
Tennessee and
Maryland
Cranberries
The Independent Mark
et
A New Line of
Sweet and Sour Pickles,
Nicely Put Up in
One and Two Gallon
Kegs is Among Our
Late Shipments of
Goods for the Holidays.
Convenient and
will keep well
sweet and sour.
A Market Place
Absolutely Perfect
in Sanitary
Regulations
Cleanliness Is a Strong
Characteristic of
This Store,
and is held as Sacred
as Good Meats
This carload of fowls was
purchased early in the fall
especially for our holiday
trade, and we have no hesi
tancy in saying it is the finest
ever shown in Globe.
Anti-Trust---Running on Its Own Capital
Exclusive Agents
for tho Celebrated
Thatcher Butter.
A now shipment of tho world,
famed Bismarck Sauor Kraut
Just rccoived.
Choice selected Deep Sea Fishan exceptional variety
. especially purchased to supply your holiday wants
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JUST A FEW SUGGESTIONS
Call at the market, or let our painstaking order man
serve you. Prompt and accurate delivery. No mar
ket will treat you better or more liberally
Hand Fatted Turkeys
Young Tender Geese
Ducks That'll Tempt You
Chickens, the Fattest Ever
Extra Select Oysters
Special Xmas Roasts
In Beef, Veal, Mutton and
Pork--the Finest Cuts
All Kinds of Deep Sea Fish
Queen Olives in Bulk
Bismarck Sauerkraut
Long Horn Cheese
Famous Thatcher Butter
Salt Mackerel in Tubs
We Want Your Business
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