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Sunday, December 22, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Page Five
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Receiver's
Bankrupt
Sale
BARRETT'S DRU
STORF
Don't worry wondering what the price might be, but walk
in and ask the man and he will give it to you the price
GENUINE LIBBY CUT GLASS Slashed beyond your imagination.
TOILET SOAPS--A pauper could put in a year's supply.
COMBS AND BRUSHES-You will think them a gift.
BOX STATIONERY-At practically the cost of the pulp.
PERFUMES-The Specials of the best-were appraised at
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Tooth Brushes
Hair Brushes
Clothes Brushes
Nail Brushes
Flesh Brushes
Manicure Brushes
Bath Brushes
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Chopped to Suit You"
A Bona Fide Bankrupt Sale by Order District Court
Understand again
that this is not
Slashed Prices for Monday and Tuesday
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Barrett's Doings " but
By Order of the U. S.
District Court
so we must and we will ! ! I
Receiver's
Bankrupt
Dale
Florida Water, was 75c now 35c
Florida Water, was ... 25c now 15c
It. 4 G. Toilet Water, was..$1.00 now 75c
Wood Violet Sea Salt, was .50c now 25c
Emeralds Water, was $1.00 now 50c
Pinauds Wator, was $1.00 now 05c
Johnson 'fl Baby Powder,
was .25c now 20c
linkers Talcum Powder,
was ...............25c now 15c
Garland Talcum Powder,
was - . 25c now 20c
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Euthymol Talcum Powder,
Menncns Talcum Powder,
wns 20c
Colgntes Talcum Powder,
was ...23e
Sozodont Tooth Wash, wns .25c
Formaldino Tooth Paste,
was - 25c
Meeds Tooth Wash, wns....25c
Ivorino Tooth Paste, wns....23c
Graves Tooth Powder, was .25c
Orodontync, was 25c
Lyon's Tooth Pdw., was....23c
Rnbyfoam, was 25c
Wycth's Face Cream, wnB..50c
Hind's Honey & Almond
Cream, was . . 50c
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now 20c
25c now 15c
now 15c
now 20-
now 20c
now 10c
now 15c
now 20c
now 15c
now 20c
now 20c
now 20c
now 40c
Simpregiovine, was 50c now 40c
Ingram's Milkweed Cream,
was .. 50c now 40c
Woodbury's Facial Cream,
was 25c now 20c
Cream Simon, was 50c now 35c
Magnolia Balm, was 50c now 40c
Perfumes cut to tho limit of the cost
mark.
Box Perfume. 50 per cent discount
Tooth Brushes 50 per cent discount
Combs and Brushes 50 per cent discount
Sponges ..GO per cent discount
Pockotbooks and Purses
50 per cent discount
Box Stationery 50 per cent discount
Post Cnrds 5 for 5c
Pipes not many left.
Cigars by box nt manufacturer's cost.
Bromo Seltzer, was .. ..23c uow 15c
Hall's Catarrh Cure, was ...75c now GOe
Grandma's Tea for Consti
pation, was .... 25c now 15c
Ozomulsion, was $1.00 now 85c
Pure Cod Liver Oil, was..$1.00 now 70c
Peptozenic Milk Powder,
was . . $1.00 now 75c
Horlick s Food, was 75c now 65c
Wyoth 'h Malt Extract, was 35c now 23c
Beef, Iron & Wine, was..31.00 now G5c
English Curve Cut .3 for 25c
No. 1 Union Leader 50c
Swamp Boot, was ..50c now 40c
Lydia Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound, was .$1.00 now 85c
Peruna, was $1.00
Shoop's Restorative, was..$1.00
Foley's Kidney Cure, was $1.00
Aycr's Sarsaparilla, was..$1.00
Omega Oil, w;as .. . ..50c
St. Jacob's Oil, was 50c
DeWitt 's Cough Cure, was..25c
Syrup White Pine Com
pound, was 23c
King's New Dis., was 50c
Winslow's Syrup, was 25c
Troy Dandruff Cure, was..$1.00
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Receiver's
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Sale
ES
M. & E. JOURNAL SAYS NO
CHANCE FOE ANY OEEAT AD-
VANCE IN PRICE OF
RED METAL.
It is expected by some who are in n
good position to judge, that soon after
tho end of the year a sharp rise in tho
value of copper will tako place, tho reas
on for this view being that at about
that time the output of the refineries
will begin to show tho curtailment at
tho mines in October and November.
Also by that time tho currency difficulty
will doubtless havo been overcome.
Tbcro is no question taht tho accumu
lation of stocks was greatly reduced by
tho heavy sales at the end of October,
although sinco then the current pro
duction has increased them again to
somo extent.
If a further rise takes place thcro
is. little reason to anticipate that it will
be cither high or of long duration, for
tho reasons that (1) American industry
has entered upon a period of recession
and reduced demand, as is now recog
nized, and (2) the day of largo produc
tion of copper from Bingham, Ely and
elsewhere is close at hand.
It is time for producers to forget
the abnormally high prices of tho last
two years and make up their minds to
enry on their business in a rational
way. We mean that the producers who
were able to make a profit out of copper
that cost fifteen cents to produce ought
to thank their lucky stars for this abil
ity while it lasted, but ought not to
draw such long faces because they can
not always do so. Even now tho price
of copper is fairly high, as witness the
annual averages for Lako for ten years
previous to 1S0G, as follows
1890 .;.
1897 j -
1898
1899 t ..
1900
1001 ..
1902
1903
1904
1905
Tho average for theso ten years, in
cluding periods of low prices and high
prices is 13.80, which is only a little
moro than tho price of Lako copper to
day. When tho boom started two 'years
ago last summer, conservative engineers
and promoters, in connection with now
enterprises, took 13c as a basis for cal
culations and referred to 15c as some
thing to bo expected in good times.
Memories are indeed Hhort that forget
tho general exultation when tho prico
reached 15c at tho boginning of 1905
Why then Bhoiild thcro be tho present
n speedy return to tho abnonral and
unsafe levels of 1900?
In tho caso of tho westen mines,
which snffcrcd increased labor costs,
conditions havo now returnee' to tho
normal by the reduction of wagos, and
also tho reduction in tho numbct of men,
tho latter naturally increasing tnc aver
ago efficiency.
Tho simplo facts of the situation arc
that the mines wh'ich have a high cost
of production becauso of costly laoor
and material, or otbor unfavorable con
ditions or low grade of oro have been
naturally eliminated. Similarly, those
mines which took advantago of an ex
ceptionally high prico for copper to
realizo something from their reserves
of low-grade oro, which otherwise would
havo been impossible, havo been driven
back to their normal conditions. In
many cases tho advisablo or necessary
readjustments rcquiro a littlo timp
which may justify a temporary suspen
sion of prodnction, but it may safely
be said that any copper mine which can
not operate profitably at a price of 13
to 14 cents for copper is not an at
tractive invchtmont. Mining Engineer
ing Journal.
PUBLIO NOTICE.
Tho undersigned havo purchased tho
St. Louis saloon and will not nssumo
any debts of tho former proprietors.
Murphy & Harrington.
Lowncy's famous candies, put up in
pretty Christmas boxes, new goods just
in. Moorchcad & Lunn.
Dress Goods and Gents' Furnishings
twenty per cent off at Saltan Brothers.
This Is change day at tho Iris. Fol
low tho crowd.
Twenty per cent off on Roberts, John
son & Rand Shoes at Sultan Brothers.
Hear Edna Mac Donald in "I've
Grown 8o Used to You," at tho Alexander.
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Furniture, Stoves, Ranges, Chinaware and House Furnishings
Ecegan's
Is ono of Olobo's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class In
his lino. Call ana bo convinced.
Tho Way They Work It.
When tho littlo Podunk doctor
Finds his repcrtoiro of pills
Proves entirely unavailing
To roliovo your aches and ills
Ho advises consultation
With some big gun in tho town,
So the city doctor gets you
When tho countryman falls down.
When tho might city doctor
Finds his potions and his drugs
Do not euro your aching body
Of bacilli and of bugs
Ho advises rural quiet
To upbuild your Hystom dumped,
So tho country doctor gets you
When tho city man is stumped.
New York Sun.
Watch our window for holiday bar
gains. Van Wagcnen & Co. storo.
This Is change day at the Iris,
low tho crowd.
Fol-
..10.88
.11.29
.12.03
...17.61
.10.52
...10.55
11.89
..13.12
117,99
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Electrician Makes Weather to Order.
Asserting and pointing to spring
flowers blooming in a field behind his
laboratory as proof that lie can pro
duco any variety of weather his desiro
dictates, John C. Iledicnt, an electrician
of this city, is about to apply for a
patent and to form a company to manu
facture an apparatus ho is concealing
in the workshop here.
He calls it a weather machine, and
that's as far as ho will go, except to
say that electricity is its basis and that
it will produco warm weather, with imi
tation sunshine, so far as effects go;
rain, and tho consequent growth of
flowers, plnnts, and grains; snow or ice,
if applied near oithor still or running
water. Ho is keeping tho secret of the
machino's construction and stands
guard each night, rcliovcd by his wlfo
and son; to prevent the filching of Itis
possession.
"Look at thoso flowers, behind the
shop," ho said today, pointing to an
arbutus. "That is becauso tho machino
is insido. Its influenco would bring
TAX NOTICE.
Globe, Ariz., December 17, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that tho City
Assessment Boll and warrant for collec
tion of taxes for the year 1907 are now
in my possession.
Taxes will becomo delinquent sixty
days after the date of this notice, and
if not paid on that date or prior thorc-
to, five per cent will be added to the
amount thereof as penalty.
Said taxes aro payable at the office of
tho Tax Collector,
C. C. CAIUCO,
City Tax Collector.
that field into bloom if I brought it out
sido and turned tho propor lever. Of
course, it would tnko somo time. But
vou'ro trcttini? too curious. Wnit till
gloomy prognostications that tho indus-J tho patent is issued. Then I'll give
try is going to the dogs unless we havo you sledding in July."
IRIS THEATER
Broad Street
Theaters on Iris circuit: Blsbee,
Olobo, MorencL Nogalcii, Tucson, El
Paso and Oananoa.
PROGRAM
Moving Pictures
"Tho Tramp's Rcuongo"
Illustrated song by
BILLY OUMMINGS.
"Liko a Star That FaUs From
Heaven"
THE HARDYS
In a comody sketch Introducing
now specialties.
ED KEITH
With somo now comedy in burnt
cork.
Moving Picturos
"Tho Disintegrated Convict"
(Comic)
"An Interrupted Card Party,"
(Comic)
General Admission 15c
Resorvod seats 25c
First Performance 7:30 p. m.
Socond Performance 8:30 p. m.
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Read the Convincing Prices
STOVES AND RANGES
Cast Iron Wood Stoves, were $10, now.$ 8.00
Moore's Steel Stoves, were $20, now . . . 16. U0
Moore & Merritt's Steel Ranges, high
closet and reservoir, were $35, now. . . 28.00
Stewart Ranges, were $55, now 44.00
Monarch Malleable Iron Ranges, were
$70, now '. 56. 00
Sheet Iron Air-tight Heaters, were
$2.25, now 1.75
Coal Heating Stoves, were $5.50, now. . 4.40
Oak Center Tables, were $2.75, now... 2.25
Spring Cots, were $3, now 2.25
N. BROAD STREET
JUST ACROSS THE BRIDGE
Rocking Chairs
Wood Seat Rockers, were $1.7.",
now $1.23
Cane Scat Rockors, wcro $3,
now $2.25
Arm Rockers, wero $3.fi0, now....$2.80
Arm Rockers, cobble seat, were $1,
now $3.20
Arm Rockers, cobblo scat, wcro
$1.50, now $3.G0
Reed Rockers, wcro $6, now $4.S0
Leather Scat Rockors, wero $0.50,
now $5.20
Solid Oak Rockors, were $10,
ow $8.00
Reed Rockers, wero $11, now....$8.80
Leather Sent Rockers, wero $15,
now $12.00
Morris Chairs, woro $17.50, now....
$14.00
Dressers
The only real lino in tho city. Ab
solutely high-class goods. Beautiful
modern, elegant.
Dressors that wcro $11, now. $10.00
Dressers that sold for $17.50, now
$13.00
Princess, was $22.50, now $18.20
Princess, was $35, now .. .,....$28.00
Tho Empress, was $85, now.... $08.00
OO-GARTS A pretty collection nt
S rices that will surely interest you.
o-Cnrts that sold for 414, now $11.20
Go-Carts that woro $4, now $3.20
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Couches and Davenports
Couch Pads, were $0, now $1.S0
Steel Couches, wcro $7.50, now..$G.OO
Steel Davenports, wcro $9, now..$7.20
Steel Davenports, wero $15, now
$12.00
Brussels Art Squares
Brussels Rugs, 30x51 Inches, woro
$2.25, now $1.80
Axminstcr, 00x27 inches, wero
$3.50, now ..$2.80
$5.50, now $4.40
Axminstcr, 30x72 inches, woro
Brussels, 0x12. wero $20, now .$10.00
$17.50 Brussels, 9x12, now $14.50
Brussels, 9x12, were $20, now .$10.00
Axminstcr, wcro $30, now .$21.00
Axminstcr, 10-O.xlS-G, wero $40,
now ,$32.00
Iron and Brass Beds
Iron Beds, were $4, now . ... $3.0Q
Iron Beds, wero $S, now $(5.40
lion Hods, wero $12, now $9.00
Iron Beds, bcautios, were $20,
now $10.00
Brass Beds, were $22.50, nov.. $18.50
Iron Beds, elaborate brass trim
mings, wero $27.50, now $22.00
Brass Beds, wero $32,50, now . .$20.00
Bullets, wero $17.50 now $3S.00
Buffets and Combination China
Closet, wero $35, now $14.00
Brass Beds, satin finish, wero $35,
now $08.00
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China Closets
Were $17.30, now $38.00
Sideboards, woro $17.50, now. $38.00
Wore $37.50, now .. $30.00
Mattresses
Excelsior, were $5, now $4.00
Cotton Mattresses, wero $5, now
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Cotton Mattresses, wcro $S.50,n0w"
, r.!$Q.S0
Orient, wero $11, now . $11:20
Ostormoor, were $18, now $15.00
An extensive lino of Singor Sow
ing Machines from $10 to $25, war
ranted. PARLOR SETS.
Threc-Pioco Mission, was $15,
now $13.00
Mahogany Finished, wcro $23,
now $20.00
Real Mahogany, were $35, now..$ 14.00
DINING CHAIRS.
Mission, solid scat, wero $4.25,
now $3.40
"Mission, leather seat, were $4.50,
now . .$3.50
Solid Oak, leather seat, were $5,
now ... . , .-;.:.r...r.$4.00
Don't fail to seo our, gigantic
China and Crockery,! jJDapfniont.
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