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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Wednesday, January 1 6, 1907
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Dubliahed each morning except Monday.
Admitted to tlio mails ns socond class
JOS. II. HAMILIi, Proprietor
Mcmbor of tlio Associated Press
Daily, by mail, ouo year $7.50
Daily, by carrier, one month 7o
Weekly, ouo year 2.50
.Weekly, sis. months .. 1.25
Cash in atlvauco
Advertising rates mado known on ap
plication. Tho council seems to hnvo n pretty
good start so far n licenses arc con
cerned. Tho sliding scale ought to
work out all right.
Honolulu's Japanese invasion failed
to causo more than momentary stir, but
the Mnuna Loa crater seems to bo
dishing up hot stuff.
Tho president s.ooms to bo after tho
special message record. So far, ho has
any of his predecessors discounted, with
no indication of a let-up.
A prominent physician says that coal
. .smoke causes consumption. Not much
dnnger of anyona contracting consump
tion in Globe at the present time.
Lincoln Stofl'ens, tho author of tho
"Shamo of tho Cities," visited Phoonix
last week and doubtless tho Phoeni
cians are anxiously awaiting to loam
what their "shame" is.
This Brownsville affair is boginning
to be nil awfnl boro and a number of
bmall-boro "statesmen" aro trying to
achieve a roputation out of tho invosti
,gating farce now on in the sonnto.
A fcmnlo wrestler is coming to Amor
ica to meet any man or woman on the
mat. Tier manager will have a fight on
"his hands to keep off the initio wrestlers
who will want n match with this ath
El Paso scorns to bo terrorized by
n carnival of crime and tho police of
the Pass city seem unable to copo with
the situation. A fow Arizona dopntios
iteould soon put an end to tho reign of
Crime in tho wost Texas metropolis.
A NATURAL RESULT
There is not tho slightest doubt that
the American people are firmly resolved
on a gouoral and a thorough house
cleaning, and the corporations brought
it on themselves. We would not hnvo
had any of this turmoil if tho great
"business intorosts" had not had more
lust of gain than respect for tho law.
Given a llnrriman in business and tho
inevitable conseqiienco is a Bryan in
politics. Railroad rebates make rail
road commissions. Beof trusts mnko
Sherman anti-trust laws. When William
H. Vanderbilt petulantly exclaimed,
"Tho public be d il," ho created
the Populist party.
Railroad robatos have made scores
of. hundred-millionaires in this country.
It is no excuse to say that thoso gen
tlemen aro charitable. So was Robin
,Hood, who robbed to get the wherowith
to relievo the wor; but Bobin was no
less a highwayman for his churity.
When tho Morgan syndicato took ad
vantage of tho necessities of the
Cleveland administration to buy bonds
at $1.01 that were worth $1.10, they
made certain the nomination of a rad
ical silver man by tho Democratic con
vention of 1890, and how many millions
it cost to defeat him the world will
novel know, and doubtless it cost ns
many more millions to redofeat him in
1000. Perhaps it would have been bet
ter if Cleveland had bluffed and
threatened Morgan with tho silver ba
sis. That was Gorman's plan; but
Cleveland is a man who cannot threaten
what ho is not prepared to do, and ho
felt that the public credit was intrusted
to him to maintain and nobody disputes
that ho preserved it.
"Put inonoy in thy purse," is tho
one gospel tho octopus boliovos in.
Thero is foundation for that startling
story of Lawson'8 "Frenzied Financo,"
and tho scrutinies of tho insurance, com
panics in great measuro corroborated
him. Tlio peoplo aro aroused, and whon
tho people arc in tho humor thoy have
.been for somo time, congress takes or
ders from them.
If "Wall street," as tho Amoricnn
finance kingdom is called, had wanted
William J. Bryan for prosident, it
could not have given him moro strength
than tho methods of business practiced
in tho world of "high finance" in this
country tho last ten years have given
Tho house-cleaning will proceed until
it is thoroughly done. Tho magnates
of high finance can depend upon that.
Van "Wagcnon will give you an esti-
inato on any kind of painting or paper
iug. Wo guarantee our work arid ma
HOLDERS OF ODD RECORDS
Untquo Distinctions Claimed for People
All Over tho World
Quito tlio youugest chnuffuur in the
world is n Now York infant, who is
only threo and one-half years old. His
father had built for lum n petrol motor
of ono and a quarter horso power and
limited in speed to soven miles nn hour.
Tho child oporntos this himself while
his father accompanies him on n bicy
Tho oldest inhnhitrfnt in the world is
a giant tortoise from tho Seychelles.
It weighs 070 pounds and is known to
bo over 150 yenrs old. Very probably
its ago is boinowhoro about 300 years.
A distinct record is that hold by the
Rov. K. Clapton, rector of Stobl)ing,
Essox. On a recent Sunday ho assisted
to ring a peal of 720 changes on tho
bolls bofoio church. After this ho con
ducted the wholo sorvice, preached tho
sermon and played tho organ.
A record in families is that which
culminated in a remnrknblo mnrriago
at Worcester. After n courtship of a
week Mr. Wolf Borenson, who is 03
yeais old, was married to Mrs. Annie
Goldman, a lady thirty-one yenrs young
or. It is stated that Mr. Borenson hns
seven children, sixty-tlireo grand child
ren, seventeen great grand children nnd
one great-great grand child. Ho has
two children in Polaud, and two groat
grand children who are serving in the
Russian army. Tho grido has fivo cli'd
dion and twenty-eight grand childron,
and, altogether, it is said that tho fam
ily circle numbers no fowor than 124.
There nre ten Lincolnshire ngricul
tural laborors who nro the fathers of
150 children. Tlio Lincolnshire Agricul
tural society awards prizes every year
to such race beuufactors as these. In
ono case a competitor had twenty chil
ilren, of whom sovonteon woro brought
up and twelve woro placed out. In an
other case there were nineteen born, of
whom liftcon woro brought up nnd
clovon placed out. A record in this di
rection is held by Mrs. Mary Gillespio,
a woman of SO. She had thirty chil
dren, made up of fifteen sets of twins.
A man has lived for eight years in
his wife's tomb, thus establishing a
rocord. This is Mr. Jonathan Heed,
known as tho hermit of Evergreen com
etory, Brooklyn. Ho was a retired mer
chant and finally died from a stroke of
appoploxy in his wifo's tomb. Ho had
lived there for eight years and always
rofused to beliovo that his wtfo was
doad. Indeed, ho contended that doath
was wholly unnecessary nnd quite nn
avoidable experience, which was tho
result of vital heat, and could bo easily
romedicd by artificial means. As he
was wealthy enough to indulgo in his
pot theory, ho had constructed for him
a mausoleum with elaborate heating
facilities. Finally he was found dead
on the marble floor.
Vorv romarkablo is tho rocord which
belongs to Man Diekcrson,' nn old lady
of 79. For the past twenty years she
has slept standing. The whole night
through she remains in ail upright pc
sition leaning against a. wall. Tho rca
son for the adoption of this course is
that she finds it tho only preventive of
terrihly disturbing dreams, which are
tho rosult of the habit of taking mor
phinc. Even now if she wished to sleep
in a bed she would have fearful dreams.
All piano-playing records have been
eclipsed by the playing of Mr. Gardner,
at Marseilles. Ho played tho piano for
twenty-seven hours. His first rest last
ed ten minutes, during which be swal
lowed somo 'soup and n poached egg. At
other timed he took kola and lemonade
and was massaged for ten minutes.
After this ho went on playing until an
other rest, when he partook of two
eggs and a wing of a chicken, washed
down with a glass of Bordeaux and a
cup of coffee. When cramp seized the
artist's fingers, they wqro immediately
massaged and some more kola and a
glass of uhampagne were given him.
Toward tho end of his task the pianist's
faco became very congested nnd his
hands were, very much swollen, while
his arms had to bo propped up with
cushions. Ho won a wager of 40 and
afterward collapsed owing to tho norv
Very recently a billiard match was
played in Paris which lasted for twenty
four hours. During the whole period
the players did not leave" the room for
moro than a minute at a time. The
match took place botween Jules Cohen
nnd Pierre Jaussaud, and altogether
they walked about tlurty miles during
the course of the game. Tid Bits.
Reflections of a Bachelor
A woman can bo happy if there seems
to a man to bo no serlse in it.
You can tell a man who owns an
automobilo by the way ho is never able
to pay tho housekeeping bills.
The more reasons a woman could
hnvo for loving a man tho more she
could love somo other man without any.
Whon a man wears a pink shirt and
red tie it's a sign his wife's away vis
iting her mothor.
A useful thing nbout a woman being
thin is thoro's plenty of room for pock
etbooks whoro lots of thorn carry thoir
money. New York Press.
Don't Weigh in Public
"I nover get weighed in public
plnces any moro," said the thin woman.
"The ceicmony draws too big a crowd.
Just as suro as a person begins to dally
around a weighing machine she be
comes the magnet for all the idlers in
tho neighborhood. They cease thoir
chatter and thoir nimless staring and
crowd around trying to read tho figures.
Then thoy keep up a fijc of comment.
'Gee,' says ono, 'I didn't think she'd
go that high.' 'I thonght,' says an
other, 'she'd weigh a little moro than
that.' For tho person who strikes a
happy medium theso criticisms are per
haps not unwelcome, but for tho ono
who overshoots or undershoots the
murk tho ordeal is not pleasant."
New York Sun.
If you want a Studobaker go to J.
Read our ad.
Tho Old Dominion
All kinds of carpenters' tools at tho
Globo Ilardwaro store.
"Live and lot live." Union Cash
Market, C. Mu'grave, proprietor.
Articles of Incorporation
GLOBE ELECTRIC, GAS & WATER
Wo, tho unrterslgnod, C. N. Bassott,
B. A. Nobokor, A. W. MePuorson, Geo.
n. Hutton and A. F. Grossler associate
oursolvea togothor for tho purpose of bo
ing incorporated undor tho laws of the
Torritory of Arizonn, and horoby ndopt
tho following Articles of Incorporation:
Tho nnmo of this corporation shall be
"GLOBE ELECTRIC, GAS & WATER
Tho nnmes of the incorporators of
this corporation nro C. N. Bassott, B. A.
Nobokor, A. W. McPhorson, Geo. H.
Hutton nnd A. F. Gresslor.
Tho principal placo of transacting tho
business of said corporation shall bo
at tho City of Globo, Gila County, Ari
zona, but this corporation proposed to
have offices for the transaction of its
business outsido of said territory to
wit: In tho City of Los Angeles, Couu
ty of Los Angoles, Stnto of California,
and at such other places as the Board
of Directors of such corporation may
dotorminc, and as may bo provided by
tho by-laws of such corporation, at any
of which places tho Board of Directosr
may tran&uet any nnd all of the busi
ness of said corporation, nnd at any of
which said places mootings of tho stock
holders of such corporation may bo lum
in accordance with tho by-laws of said
corporation, and tiny nnd all business of
snid corporation may bo transacted.
Tho general naturo of tho business to
bo trausnetod by snid corporation and
tho purposes for which it is formed nre:
First: To locato, buy, own and sell,
lease, mortgage and bond water loca
tions and water rights; to buy, own and
sell, lease, mortgago nnd bond water
bearing lands; to dig wells, erect rcser
voirs and other means of storing water;
to buy, soil, pump nnd distribute water;
to own, buy, sell, hold, convoy, build,
oporato, maintnin, lease, mortgago, bond,
equip nnd maintain buildings, pipe
lines, resorvoirs, pumps, pumping sta
tions and nil machinery nnd npparatus
capable of being used in tho develop
ment, distribution or application of wn
Second: To manufacture, rent, store,
buy, soil, distribute and deal in electric
ity and gas and steam and compressed
air and all other products for fuel,
lighting and power and all purposos for
which olectricity, steam or gas or com
pressed air may bo used;
Third: To establish and to maintain
tho necessary appliances nnd buildings
for- tho manufacture, distribution and
salo of ico;
Fourth: To produce, distribute and
sell heat, power and light or tho pro
duct sof tlio same;
Fifth: To buy, own, soil, hold, con
vey, build, operate, manage, control,
lease, mortgage, bond, equip and main
tain buildings, poles, wires, lights, "un
derground circuits, nppliances, machin
ory and all apparatus capablo of being
used in the production, development,
distribution or application of electric
ity, steam, gas, power, ico nnd water
or in any way connected therewith and
to contract for, purchase, lease, sell,
buy, own, hold, manage, convoy, mort
gage, hypothecate, bond or otherwise ac
quiro, dispose of or deal in any real
or personal property, including fran
chises for nny of tho purposes afore
said or in any way rolatcd thereto, and
to issue bonds, secured by mortgage
or othcrwiso on any of its property.
That tho authorized amount of capital
stock of said corporation shall bo Seven
Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars
($750,000), io be divided into Seven
Thousand Fivo Hundred (7,500) shares
of the par vain cdf Ono Hundred Dol
lars ($100) each, and tho time whon nnd
tho condition upon which it is to be
paid in is as follows, to wit: Fivo (5)
shares have been subscribed by tho fol
lowing persons in tho following
Nnmes. Amount of stock.
C. N. Bassott..... 1 share
B. A. Noboker...- ......1 share
A. W. McPhcrson ... ..1 share
Qco. II. Hutton... . 1 share
A. F. Gresslcr..r 1 shnre
are to be paid for in cash upon the in
corporation of tho company. Tho re
maining Seven Thousand Four Hundred
and Ninety-five (7,405) shares aro to re
main in tho treasury of the corporation
and to bo disposed of if necessary for
tho purposes of tho corporation by the
Board of Directors at such times and
upon such terms', either in cash, ser
vices or property, as the Boaid of Di
rectors shall determine.
Tho timo of tho commencement of
this corporation shall bo tho day of the
filing of a cortificd copy of these Ar
ticles of Incorporation with tho Auditor
of tho Territory of Arizona, and the
termination thereof shnll bo twenty-five
(25) years thereafter, unless, prior to
the expiration of said period, its cor
porate existence shnll bo oxtonded and
renowed pursuant to tho laws of said
The affairs and business of said cor
poration aro to bo conducted and man
aged by a Board of fivo (5) directors,
with a Presidont, Vico President, Secre
tary and Treasurer, and such other offi
cers as such Board may from timo to
timo deem necessary. Such directors
shall bo elected annually at mootings of
said corporation called for that purpose
and shall hold offic cuntil thoir succes
sors aro elected and qualified; provided,
howqvor, that tho fivo (5) persons
named heroin ns incorporators of said
corporation shall bo and continuo the
first Board of Directors, and shall hold
oflieo during tho first year of tho exist
ence of said corporation, or until thoir
successors aro duly elected and qualified,
but in case of tho death or resignation
of any of said directors during his or
their terms of oflieo, such Board of Di
rectors may fill vacuncies caused by)N. W. VI Sec. 23, T. 7 N., K. 10 E., G.
such death or resignation for tho unox'
pircd term of tlio director or directors
so dying or resigning. Such Board of
Diroctors shall annually, as soon ns se
lected, oloct a Presidont and Vico Pres
ident who, shall be Pirectors of said
corporation, and shall also elect a Secre
tary and Treasurer, who may, but need
not be mombers of said Board of Direc
tors in said' corporation. Such officors
so elected by the Board of Directors
shall hold oflieo for ono year and until
thoir successors aro elected and quali
fied. Tho ofllccs of Secretary nnd
Treasurer may bo united in nnd bo held
by ono poison. Tho Presidont, unless
othorwiso provided by tho by-laws or
by order of tho Board of Directors, shall
bo ox-ofllcio, tho general managing and
executive oillcor of finid corporation and
its affairs, and tho other officors shnll
have such powers nnd atuhority, and
porform such duties, in addition to
those usually performed by officers of
liko chniaetor in liko corporations, ns
tho Board of Directors of this corpora
tion may determine. All elections of
officors shnll bo held and vacancies
filled at tho timo and in tho manner
providod by by-lnws horotoforo adopted
or to bo hereafter adoptod by said cor
poration. ARTICLE VIII
Tho highest amount of indebtedness
or liability, dhoct or contingent, to'
which said corporation is at any time
to subjoct itself, is tho sum of Fivo
Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000).
The stockholders of this corporation
shall not bo liable for tho debts of this
corporation, nnd tlio privnto property
of such stpckholders shall be exempt
from such liability.
Tho shares and interests of stockhold
ers, as such, in said corporation shall bo
evidenced by certificates of stock signed
by its President or Vice President anil
Secretary, and attested by its corporate
seal. Such shares and interests shnll
be transferable by assignment in writ
iag on the backs of all said certificates,
but no transfer of tho slock of this
corporation shall be valid, except as
botween. tho parlies hereto, until the
same shall have been regularly entered
iiou the books of this corporation so
as, to show tho names of persons by
whom and to whom such transfers are
made, tho number or other designation
of tho shares, and tho dates of such
Tho Board of Directors of this cor
jioration shnll have power to mnko and
amend the by-lnws and other rules nnd
regulations for the government of its
officers nnd tho conduct of its busi
The Board of Directors of this cor
poration shall have power to borrow
money, nnd' to authorize the execution
of its notes, bonds or other obligations
therefor, and to that end and purpose
may hypothecate, pledge, mortgago or
otherwise encumber its property to se
cure the payment- of any indebtedness
of this corporation, not exceeding the
turn of Fivo Hundred Thousand Dollars
The Board of Directors may adopt a
corporate seal for this corporation, and
alter tho same at any time.
Theso Articles of Incorporation may
bo amonded or altered at any meeting
of tho stockholders of this corporation,
called for that imrpose, by tho affirm
ative vote of a majority of the stock
then issue nod outstanding.
IX WITNESS WHEREOF, said in
corporators have hereunto set their re
spective hands this 3rd day of Decern
C. N. BASSETT,
B. A. NEBEKER,
a. w. Mcpherson,
GEO. II. HUTTON,
A. F. ORESSLBR.
(Seal) Ben S. Hunter, Notary Public,
Los Angeles County, California.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
County of Los Angeles. ss.
On this third day of December, in the
year nineteen hundred six, before me,
Beu S. Hunter, a notary public in and
for the said County of Los Angeles,
State of California, residing therein,
duly commissioned nnd sworn, person
ally appeared C. N.' Basset t, B. A. Neb
eker, A. .W. McPhcrson, Geo. II. Hutton
and A. F. Gresslor, known to me to be
tho persons whose names arc subscribed
to the written instrument, and acknow
ledged to mo that they executed the
In Witness Whereof, I havo hereunto
set my hand and affixed my official seal
tho day and year in this certificate first
above written. BKN S. HUNTKR,
Notary Public, in and for said County
of Los Angeles, State of Colifornia.
(Seal) Ben S. Hunter, Notary Public,
Los Angeles County, California.
Filed and recorded at the request of
A. W. McPhcrson on the 10th day of
December, A. D. 1900, at 9 o'clock A. M.
W. D. FISK, County Recorder.
By Richard Fleming, Deputy Recorder.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gilu. ss.
I, W. D. Fisk, County Recorder in nnd
for tho County of Gila, Torritory of
Arizona, do hereby certify that the
above and foregoing contain and. con
stitute a full, truo and correct copy of
Articles of Incorporation of Globe Elec
tric, Gas & Wator Company, as the
samo appears of record in my office in
Book 1 Corporations, at page 313; that
I hnvo compared tho samo witli tho
original record and that the samo is a
truo copy and of tho wholo thereof.
Given under my hand and seal of
oflieo this 29th day of December, A. D.
1900. W. D. FISK,
County Recorder, Gila County, A. T.
By Richard Fleming, Doputy Recorder.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
II. E. No. 39
Dopartmont of tho Intorior, Land Of
fice at Phoenix, Arizona, November 8,
Notico is horoby given that tho fol
lowing named spttlor has filed notico of
his intention to mako final proof in sup
port of his claim, and that said proof
will bo mado before Clerk of the Dis
trict Court, in his offic at Globe, Ari
zona, on January 20, 1907, viz.: Oscar
Scott, of Clino, Arizona, for tho S. W.
N. E. , N. W. i S. E. Vi, S. E. VI
& S. R. B. & M,
Ho names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz.: Peter O.
Robertson, William D. Fisk, "John II.
Thompson, Snmuol B. Claypool, all of
MILTON R. MOORE,
No. 1 Ryp at McDonough's.
The Globe National Bank
A legitimate banking business transacted in all its branches. We as
sure you of prompt and courteous treatment and solicit your account.
The Globe National Bank Globe, Arizona
If you want the best results advertising can get for you
try the DAILY SILVER BELT and be convinced.
v M HJttKKZjJ
ANYTHING YOU WANT!
Of the quality you want, in the
Quantity you require, is our of
er in Meats and Poultry.
Another offer we propose is
careful handling, cutting and
Still another, lowest selling
price the market will warrant.
With such a combination,
proved by years of square
dealing, ought we not to nave
Pioneer Meat Co.
J. S. SCOTT
Complete line of
Always on hand
North Broad St., Just below Gila Val
FOR EVERYTHING IN
Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints,
Oils, Ammunition, Guns, Cutlery,
Notions etc., go to
G. S. Van Wagenen.
The Lunch Problem is one that
confronts every business man.
"Where can I get a good, whole
some lunch, well cooked and
quickly served?" Is a ques
tion that almost every busy man
asks himself every day.
We make a specialy of serving a
"BUSINESS MAN'S LUNCH,"
well cooked, always ready to
serve and centrally located as we
are, insure celerity and satisfac
tion. Try us today
A. F. BANICEVICH,
Assayer and Chemist
H. E. B1ERCE
Agent for DEMING SMELTER
Finest rooms in the city.
Everything new, ' rates
reasonable and special
inducements offered to
by the month.
The GLOBE JEWELRY COMPANY
Stationery, School Books and School Supplies
NEW GRAPHOPHONE RECORDS, get the
Latest Any magazine you want Buy your
Ammunition here. WE ALSO RENT GUNS.
GLOBE MEAT MARKET
I am supplying the demand of my enotirmous trade bv giving
them fresh, fat and juicy steaks and prime short ri& roasts,
mutton anil veal from my own cattle ranch. Arizona pasture ,
fed steers cannot bejjeat, therefor you can rely on getting the
freshest meats that cm be procured in the city. A carload
of KANSAS CORN FED PORK just received.
Give us a trial and be convinced and you will not inspect
further but will have one of our solicitors cill at once for your
order. Do not be deceived and overlook this opportunity.
Choice Meats and Poultry of all Kinds
F. KELLNER & CO., Globe, Ariz., will sell their 88 feet front
ctnre nrnnertv. fixture;, stock nf drv dnnrk. drnccrics
:: : r r :"..:.. :.. .. .:.:.
Hardware, also tne Lost uuicn uoia Mines ana Mill, ana
finally the Globe Bank and Sdvings Co. All are paying well.
Bids for all, or parts thereof, will be received till sold at best
terms. All accounts close pay day. Merchandise "Closing Out
Sale" till finished. Address.
E. F. KELLNER, Globe, Arizona.
If you want to save money trade at
Mill William's Store
He carries a full line of Groceries, Hardware, Crock
ery, Leather, Liquors and Cigars, Furnishing Goods,
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gloves and Stationery.
Wm. Mill Williams
North Globe and Smelter Merchant
The Finest Resort in Globe
Popular wi,th all classes winter and summer. Re
freshments of all kinds. Choice Cigars, Wines
A. B. C. and Anheuser-Busch Beer always on Draught
GLOBE LUMBER COMPANY
Mining Timbers a Specialty
He hears wedding
bells and knows just
where to go to pur
chase a gift for the
young couple. We
are receiving new
goods every day.
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