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ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Published each morning oxcopt Mondny.
Admitted to tho malls as second class
JOS. H. HAMILL, Proprietor
Mombor of tho Associated Press
Dally, by mail, ono year $7.50
Daily, by carrier, ono month 75
Weokly, ono year ...-. . ........ 2.50
Weokly, six months .. . . 1.25
Cash in advanco
Advertising rates made known on ap
plication. An anxious public is eagerly awaiting
tho nows of what Mrs. Evelyn Nesbit
Thaw will wear at today's session of
her husband 's trial.
Mr. Bell of Maricopa has Introduced
a memorial to congress which, if enact
ed into n law, would allow Arizona to
elect her own judges. AVo will elect our
own judges when Arizona becomes a
state, and no sooner.
Tho city cpuncil sprung a surprise
on tho public last night in tit least ono
appointment, that of the city marshal.
And therein they showed a joking pro
pensity which .should not be indulged
in too often. It might be conducive to
jt"is very doubtful if the foreign of
fice in London will see th opoint of Gov
ernor Swettonhnm's ''joke." English
men, especially in high circles, are rath
er slow in this respect, although they
probably see Swettenham'.s finish very
It is safe to a-sume when tho memor
ial to congress asking for a raise in
salary for the territorial legislature
comes np for dobato at , Phoenix, some
thickheaded mombor will try to sho"w
how a legislator can live nicely on $4
a day and have plenty left over to spond
in showing his admiring constituents
around the town when they visit the
It is to be hoped that tho bill intro
duced in tho lowor house of tho Arizonn
legislature yostordav bv Assomblvman
Groxsotta of Tucson wil not become a
law. Tho bill providos for making cru
elty to animals a misdomoanor instead
of a felony, as it now is. and why any
humane individual, not alone a territor
ial lnwmakor, would wish a change in
this statute, is a mystery, unless ho is
in danger of punishment for violation
of tho law himself.
There seems to be considerable oppo
sition among the citizens of North
Globe to the annexation of that part of
tho. camp to the city. They will prob
amy noiu iiuicrent views within a year
after they are annexed. By becoming
n part -of the city, tho residents and
property owners of North Globo will re
ceivo polico nnd fire protection and
other advantages of municipal govern
ment at the cost of a fow dollars a year
more in taxes.
JOURNALISTS MADE TO ORDER
They are talking about founding a
college of journalism in Missouri, and
Cornell university pretends to graduate
journalists every year. Mr. Joseph
Pulitzer gave some millions that were
to establish a school of journalism in
If you can turn out "journalists'-'
like gloves and grubbing hoos, slate pen
cils, trace chains, jnck knives and other
articles necessary to domestic economy,
it is a great thing for tho noblest of
professions? But jou can no more make
a journalist by hand than you can
make a poet by hand. Francis-Jeffrey,
editor of the Edinburg Review, and the
autocrat of English letters in his day,
wrote a most entertaining and very
plausible essay, in which he took tho
position that Benjamin Franklin would
.have been a very ordinary man if he
had been licked into siiapo at Harvard
college, and we do not bolievo that Hor
ace Greeley would havo been half tho
journalist he was had ho been bred
,the craft in a school of journalism.
The place to teach and learn journal
ism is in a newspaper offico. It may bo
a little old country weokly ora great,
big city daily, and then tho man must
bo born a journalist or tho job wjll bo
Love the job or leave it. Unless the
newspaper man loves printer's ink; un
less he has a fellowship and a compan
ionship with the man at the caso; un
less ho loves the music of tho press as
it turns out tho history of yesterday,
all the colleges in tho world will never
make a journalist of thnt man. Wishes
do not fill tho Amo nor turn plums into
oranges, to borrow a thought from
George Eliot, and neither will n man in
tended for a blacksmith or a tailor niovo
opinion like Swift and Hazlit, Ritchie,
and Gieeley, or gather nows like tho
elder Bennett or Joseph Mcdill, or Jo
seph M. MeCullough.
If Mr. Palmer would benefit tho cloth,
let him divert his millions to make a
homo for old, decrepit, unfortunato
nowspapor men worn out in tho sorvico
of tho public and indigent because of
Ago nnd want, oh, ill muti'hod pair.
A refuge for these would be worth
moio than n thousand colleges of jour
nalism. Washington Post.
THE TEXAS TERROR
Captain Hill McDonuld is a wild and
Kind enough to folks at homo, but
stem to any stranger.
Down upon tho pampas plains of wild
and woozy Texas
Captain Hill korswats tho azure in its
Nary such another ninii from Galveston
Weats a bent Damascus blade whore
most mon wear a gnllus;
Wears a bucket on his head for that's
- his chief korswattor;
Bill would chaigo all hell, they say,
with a single pail of water!
Why should wo enlist tho youth to light
his country's battles?
Here's a wrigglin' terror with at least
a d ()70 u rattles.
Here's a holy horror and a howling
Kidiug 'round the prairies on raging
Hero's an army in itself, enough to
loach from Austin
Down around tho Florida keys and up
the bay to Bostin.
Keep a standing army? Well, it would
n't seem wo oughter;
Bill can buck tho devil with n bucket
full o' water.
Let 's commission CaptHin Bill as pri
vate, captain, colonel,
Geneial and everything for he can
Give him rope an' let him run, for he
can cpiell a riot,
Keoping ovorything except himsolf se-
i one and quiet.
Give him aqua, give him air, and turn
him loose from Houston; -
On tho ramparts of the Pit he'll prqtry
soon bo roostin';
Then Plutonian fires will fall and
thrones Plutoniau totter;
Bill can get the drop on hell with a lit
tle drop o' water.
Now York Sun.
fortunes from small
An elovator sometimes enables n man
to rise to the occasion
Fate is a female who gives man the
laugh for believing in hor.
It's just as easy to be pleasant as
otherwise and it pays better,
Men who make the most money got
others to make it for them,
The man who is on pleasure bent if
apt to find himsolf broke m duo tune
It takes a hair tonic manufacturer to
pull tho wool over the oyos of a bald
headed man. Chicago News.
Telling your troubles only expands
One touch of tho ludicrous makes the
wholo world grin.
A woman talks about herself or
about some other woman.
Cold facts from tho pulpit frequently
make the congregation hot.
Wo probably have no idea how much
amusement we afford others.
Find fault with your neighbor if you
must, but find fault with yourself first
When a girl is first in love she loses
her appotito and wants to sit np at
night. Chicngo Nows.
317 Killod by Street Cars
i ne ran roan commissioners sav in
their annual report issued today that
317 persons were killed and 2,014 in
jured by street railways in tho state.
The year bofore 210 were killed and
Of the 03 passengers killed in Greater
New York, 45 met death by getting off
enrs in motion. Of tho 1,037 passen
gers injured, 315 were hurt .for the same
leason and 410 as a result of rear-end
On tho steam roads 950 persons were
killed and 2,105 injured, against 903
killed and 1,901 injured during the pre
ceding yenr. One passenger was killed
for each 0,170,035 carried and one in-
jnred for each 30G,203 carried. Albany
dispatch to the Now York Wdrld.
ORDINANCE NUMBER ONE
An Ordinanco Relating to Meetings.
Bo it ordained by tho Mayor and
Common Council of the City of Globo:
That tho regular meeting of tho Com
mon Couneil shall bo on each Thursday
evening, at Fireman's Hall, in the City
of Globe, at eight o'clock P. M.
At all meetings of tho Common Coun
cil, a majority thereof shall constitute
a quornm for tho transaction of busi
ness; a less number may adjourn from
time to time, not later than to tho fol-
to-Uwin8 "Wednesday, and may coinpol tho
uucnuunco oi aosont members by an
order directing tho City Marshal to ar
rest such member and bring him to tho
Special meotings may bo called by the
Mayor, or by thrco members of tho
Board acting jointly; by sorving upon
tho members of tho Board at least two
hours provious to tho meeting a notice
of the time of tho mooting and the pur
Tho Common Council shall jndgo of
tho elections, qualifications and returns
of its own jnoinbors, presciibo rules for
tho government of their own proceed
ings, punish nny member or other por
son for disorderly conduct at any meet
ing of tho Council, by fino not exceeding
twenty dollars, and by imprisonment
until tho payment of Mich fine; and
with tho concurrence of four councilmon
may expel any member, but not a socond
timo for tho same causo. Thoy shall
cause to be kept by thoir clerk a jour
nal of their proceedings and a record
of all ordinances ndoptcd, and at tho
desiro of nny mombor shall cause the
nyes and noos upon any question beforo
thorn to bo takon nnd ontored npon thoir
journnl; all proceedings shall bo pub
lic. SUCTION V.
This ordinnnco shall go into effect
upon tho dato of first publication.
Passed and adopted tho 14th day of
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
Attest: F. J. Elliott, Clerk.
rirst publication January 17, 1907.
ORDINANCE NUMBER TWO
Applying Generally to Ordinances.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Common Council of tho City of Globed
That tho stvlo of tho ordinances
ahull be "Bo it Ordained by tho Mayor
and Common Council of tho City of
All ordinances passed by the Common
Council of tho City of Globo shall be
recorded or filed in a book kept for that
purpose nud bo authenticated by tho
signatures of the Mayor and City Clerk
and shall bo published in not less than
three consecutive issues of a weekly or
eight consecutive issues of n daily news
pnpnr published iu tho City of Globe,
nnd due proof of such publication shall
bo made and Hied with the City Clerk.
All ordinances shall go into effect
upon the date of tho first publication,
unless othcrwiso expressly piovided for.
WhenovQr an ordinance, or nny part
of it, shall be roponled or modified by
a subsequent ordinance, the ordinance
so ropealed or modified shall continue in
full force until tho publication and go
ing into effect of the ordinanco ropeal
ing or modifying the same, nnd no suit,
proceeding, right or fine or penalty in
stituted, created, given, received or ac
crued under any ordinnnco previous to
its ropeal Bhall bo in anywise affected,
released or discharged by such repeal or
Wucnovor an ordinanco repealing or
modifying a former ordinnnco shall be
ropenlcd, such repeal shall not be con
stnted to revive such former ordinance,
unless it ahull be so stated therein.
Whenever words nro used importing
tho singular or plural, thoy may bo con
strucd to menu either, and tho word
"persons" shall includo companies and
corporations, unless otherwise provided
Whenever, in any ordinance, the do
ing of an act, or tho omission to do
any act or duty, is declared to bo a
breach thereof, and there shall bo no
fine or penalty declared for such breach,
any person who shall bo convicted there
uuder shall be adjudged to pay a fine
of not less than five (C) nor moro than
one hundred (100) dollars.
A soal shall be adopted tho impression
of which shall be as follows:
"City of Globe: Incorporated 1907,
Passed and adopted the 14th day of
Approved; W. S. SULTAN,
Attest: F. J. Elliott, Clerk.
First publication January 17, 1907.
ORDINANCE NUMBER THREE
An Ordinanco Establishing Certain Of'
ficcs and Regulating the Duties
Bo it ordained by the Mayor and
Common Council of the City of Globo
The officers of tho City of Globo shall
be a Mayor, City ClcrkJt City Marshal,
Supervisor of Streots, City Attorney
and such other officers as the Commdn
Council may from time to time appoint
All officers except the .M.-T07, City
Clerk, City Marshal aid Supervisor of
Streets shall hold oflk'o during the
pleasure of the Common Council.
In case any office sliall become va
cant through death, .resignation, re
moval from ,lhe town oi' nny other rea
son, the Common Council may, by ap
pointment, fill such vacancy.
All city officers, whether elected by
tho people or appointed by tho Mayor
or Common Council, shall, beforo enter
ing upon tho duties of thoir office, take
and subscribo tho oath of offiuo pie
scribed by law; each of such officers,
other than tho Mayor and members of
the Common Council, shall, before en
tering upon tho duties of his office,
gi,ve a bond with some surety company
authorized to dp business in tho Terri
tory of Arizona ns such, for surety on
such bond, payable to tho said City of
Globe in such sum as is hereinafter pro
vided nnd conditioned for tho faithful
performance of tho duties of his office
as roquired by law nnd tho ordinances
and regulations passed and approved by
tho Mayor and Common Council of tho
City of Globe. Should the (bond of any
officer become insufficient, ho shall give
such additional security as tho Mayor
and Common Council may require, and
upon his failure so to do at tho time
required or within twenty-five days
thereafter, his offico shall bo declared
Vacant and may bo filled by tho Com
mon Council. The premiums of said
bonds shall be paid by tho City, pro
vided that no premium shall exceed
one-half of one per cent per annum.
The amount of said bonds is fixed in
tho following sums, to wit:
City Clerk, Ten Thousand Dollars;
City Attorney, Two Thousand Dol
City Marshal, Five Thousand Dollars;
Supervisor of Streets, Two Thousnnd
The Marshal shall porform the duties
required of him by tho Common Coun
cil; Blinll see that tho by-laws and or
dinances of tho City nro observed: shall
arrest any porson or persons for violating
nny or tno city ordinances nnd take thpm
bofore a Justice of the Peaco in tho
city for trinl; he shall make all assess
ments for taxes and collect all taxes
and licenses p every naturo levie'd
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BEL!
within the city, oxcopt street taxes, and
pay over to tho Treasurer weokly nil
monoys received by him, taking re
ceipts therefor; ho shall havo charge of
tho city calaboose and prisoners con
fined therein nud shall see that all or
ders and HcntonCQs with reference to
such, nro fully executed and complied
with; ho shall keop all tho records of
his Sffiro in such condition that thoy
may bo inspected by the Common Couu
cil at any timo, and shall lender an
account to said Common Council month
ly of tho receipts of his offico; he shall
not receivo nny perquisites, commis
sions or compensation for his services
as marshal or lax collector, except
as is hereinafter provided; and shall
perform such other duties as may be
required oTIiiin by tho Common Coun
cil. SECTION V.
It shall bo tho duty of the City Clerk
to keep a true and corrects ccord of all
tho business tiansactcd by the Common
Council; he wlmlLsign as City Clerk and
issue to tho Marshal, liecnso certificates
tor all branches of business for which
a license may be required and take his
receipt therefor; ho shall countersign
all warrants ihsued by order of the
Mayor and Common Council und signed
by the Mayor, and attach thereto tho
seal of tho City; he shall notify in
writing all persons who may be, by tho
Common Qpunrll, declared to be officers
elect. The City Clerk must keep separ
ately iu large, well bound, uniform and
suitable books, an Ordinanco Record,
in which shall be entered all Ordinances
passed by the Mayor and Common Coun
cil of tho City of Globe, and said rec
ord shall be signed by tho Mayor nnd
countersigned by the Clerk of said City;
and such other book or books as he
may deem necessary for the fulfillment
of his duties.; he sliall report to the
Mayor and Common Council monthly
and file a detailed statement of the re
ceipts and disbursements of the City
Government nud the state of each par
ticular fund; such monthly reports, veri
fied by his oath, shall bo filed in his
office. At tho end of tho fiscal year, he
shall muko a full and detailed state
ment of 1 lie receipts' and expenditures
of the city during said year, specifying
tho different sources of rovenuo and
tho amount received from each; all
appropriation mode by the Mayor and
Common Council, and the object for
which they were made, and the amount
of money expended under eaeh; the evi
dences of indebtedness issued and what
porfiou remains thoreof outstanding,
with tho rate and amount of interest
duo thereon, and (ho amount of cash on
hand; and shall perform such other du
ties as may bo required of him by the
The City Clerk shall be ex-ofiicio
Treasurer of the City of Globe, and an
such City Treasurer it hhall bo his duty
to receive and safely keep all monoys
that shall come iuto his hands belonging
to the City of Globe, for all of which
he shall give receipt; an soon as he
shall pay any warrant, he shall cancel
the samo across its face; and he shall
perform such other duties as may bo re
quired of him by said Mayor and Com
All money drawn fiom the City
Treasurer shall be drawn in pursuance
of an order of the Common Council,
by u warrant signed by tho Mayor and
such warrant shall specify for what pur
pose and the amount therein specified
The Supervisor of the Streets shall,
under the direction of the Mayor and
Common Council, remove obstructibns
from the streots and alloys within the
City of Globe, repair bridges and cul
verts, and make such other needful re
pairs as such streets may from time to
timo require; ho shall superviso and in
spect all work that may be directed by
the Common Council in opening, grad
ing and improving tho public streets
within said city; give or causo to bo
given all necessary notices to property
owners or others as to any contemplated
opening or improvement of tho streets;
he shall sec thnt all dead animals and
offensive substances of ull classes are
promptly removed from the city; he
shall direct as to tho extent and man
nor of excavations in tho streets for
public or private uso and shall direct
the way in which said excavations shall
bo mado or the earth replaced therein;
and he shall generally do and perform
nil acts and duties that may bo directed
by ordinanco or resolution of the
Mayor und Common Council.
It slmll be the duty of tho City At
torncyto act as tho legal counselor nnd
ndvisor of tho Common Council and
other city officials; to give his opinion
in writing when required by the Com
mon Council; to draw all deeds, con
veyances, contracts, ordinances nnd
other legal instruments when required
by the Common Council; to prosecute
and defend all suits, actions or causes
where tho City is a party; ho shall re
port to the Council when required, the
condition of nny suit or action to which
the City is a party.
It shall bo tho Tluty of tho Mayor to.
preside at all meetings of the Common
Council; all ordinances and resolutions
passed by tho Council shall, at tho ses
sion at which the same wore passed,
bo prcsonted to the Mayor, who shall
roturn the same to the Council within
ten days, with his approval or disap
proval indorsed thereon; if ho fails to
return tho same within said time, the
samo shall bo considered as approved;
if tho Mayor roturn tho same with his
disapproval, the Council at its next
meeting may by a Hvo-thirds vote of
tho members prcsont, pass tho samo; ho
may, in person oi by ngents appointed
by him for that purpose, investigate
the affairs of any department of the
city government and tho official conduct
of any officer of the City and roport
tno samo to the Common Council; the
Mayor shall inspect and countersign all
warrants drawn upon tho city treasurer.
The Mayor shall not absent himself"
j from tho city for a greater period than
Iittoen days wjthout the consent of tho
In tho absence of the Mayor, tho
members of tho Common Council may
elect one of their number to presido
over the meeting as Mayor pro tern.
Tho compensation of tho varjous offi
cers of the City of .Globe is hereby fixed
as follows: '
Tho City Clerk shall rocoivo n salary
of seventy-five dollars por month.
Tho City Attornoy shall receive n
salary of ono hundred dollars per
month, and an allowance of fifteen
cents per folio for typewriting.
Tho City Marshal shall receive a sal
ary of ono hundred and twenty-five
dollars por mouth. Ho may appoint
two deputies at a salary not oxceeding
one hundred fivo dollars per month, but
such deputies mny be discharged by the
Common Council at any time.
Tho Supervisor of Streets shall re
ceive a salary of one hundred and-twen-ty
dollars per mohtli.
All salaries, unless otherwise ordered,
shall .become duo and payable on the
first day of each month.
This ordinance shall take effect from
and after this date.
Passed and adopted the 14thlny of
Attest: F. J.
W. S. SULTAN,
First publication January 17, 1907.
Articles of Incorporation
THE QLOBE-ARIZONA TELEPHONE
Know All Men By These Presents:
That we, the undersigned, J. 1). Cop
Ion, S. L. Gibson, L. It. Scholl, J. C.
Britf and W. II. Mercer, all of the
town of Globe, (Ilia County, Territory
of Arizona, desiring to incoriwrato our
selves under the piovjsions of the laws
of the Torntoiy ot Arizona, and espo
cfallv under Title XIII of the Revised
Statutes of the Territory of Arizona
concerning corporations, boing Chapter
If of said title of the laws of 1901,
and acts subsequent and amendatory
thereof, for the purpos) of engaging in
the lawful enterprise, business, pursuit
and occupation hereinafter specified, do
make, subscribe and acknowledge ac
cording to law these Articles of Incor
poration, ami declare:
Tho names of the incorporators are J.
I). Copleu, S. L. Gibson, L. It. Scholl, J.
(', Britt and W. II. Mercer; the name
of this corjnrntion shall bo and is THE
GLOBE - ARIZONA TELEPHONE
COMPANY, and the principal place of
traiibacting the business of this corpora
tion shall be and is Globe, County of
Gila, Territory of Arizonn, nt which
place tho meetings of stockholders shall
bo hud and held, provided that branch
offices may be established inTd main
tained at such other places cither within
or without the Territory of Arizona by
resolution adopted at any special or reg
ulur meeting of the Board of Directors
herein, nnd at such places any nnd all
business may be transacted which may
not be iu conflict with the laws of the
Territory of Arizona, or any other Tor
ritory or State where such branch office
or offices may be maintained.
The geneial nature of the business
proposed to Je transacted by said cor
poration nud tho purposes for which it
is formed are;
First: To buy, own, hold, sell, con
vey, build, operate, manage, control.
Icabc, equip nud maintain buildings,
polcf, wires, lights, underground cir
cuits, appliances and, machinery and all
apparatus capable of being used iu the
(ran.smiisMon of messages, sounds and
signals by the agency of electricity; to
buy, own, lease, control and operate
wires leading from receiving and dis
patching stations, exchanges and booths
of said corporation to stations or wires
owned by individuals, or other corpora
Second: To acquire ly purchase and
any other lawful manner, real estate,
land nud all other kinds of property,
real, personal and mixed, and to accept,
hold, possess, enjoy, operato and use
franchises from any State or Territory
of the United States, or any county, or
municipal corporation, for right of way
over public domain, highways, streets
nnd alleys; to acquire by purchase or
otherwise by lawful means, bonds of
other corporations, chattels, goods,
wares and merchandiso nnd chose? in
action; to buy, sell, manufacture am)
deal in all kinds of electrical appli
auces for driving machinery, motor
power for propelling and all kinds of
mechanical appliances where electricity
is applicable for the purposes afore1
said or in any way related to the gen
eral purposes of telephony or teleg
Third: To act as a common carrier
of messages to be transmitted by the
ngeucy-in sound waves or electricity.
Fourth: To acquire by purchase, or
lensg, property -find franchises of other
corporations; transact any and all kinds
of business which may bo transacted by
a nntural porson, nnd to alienate, sell,
lease, deniiRO and dispose of tho same, or
any pait thereof, as well as any other
pioperty this corporation possesses, bo
seized of or be entitled to; to bor
row money and contract to ropay the
winio at such tunes or time, with such
rate of interest as its Board of Direct
ors deem piopcr and sec fit; to hypotho'
cato, mortgage, or pledge any and11 all
or any part of the property, which this
corporation may hereafter acquire, or to
secure payment of such money, with in
terest, or to secure payment of any dobt
of this corporation, with such Interest
thereon as it 'may legally bo obliged to
That the amount of the capital stock
is and shall bo Ono Hundred Thousand
Dollars, divided into twenty thousand
shares of the par value of Five Dollars
per shnie, which shall be paid for in
cash as called for by the Board of Di
rectors of said company, or by convey
ance, transfer, assignment or delivery
of property which may bo purchased,
or acquired by tho said company, as.
may be ordered by the Board of Di
rectors. All shares of stock-when issued shall
be fully paid and the same shall bo
That the time of tho commencement
of this corporation shall be tho time
when the Articles of Incorporation of
this company shall be filed in the office
of tho County Recorder of Gila County,
Territory of Arizona, and a certified
copy of said articles sliall bo filed in
j;ho office of the Territorial Auditor of
Arizona, and the term thereof shall bo
twenty-fivo years from and after said
Tho officors by whom tho affairs of
said corporation aro to be conducted
are and shall be Fivo (5) Directors,
who sliall bo annually elected upon the
second Tuesday of January of each
year; provided, that the date of such
annual election may be changed from
time to time by tho by-laws of said
There shall also be a President, a
Vice President, a Secretary nnd Treas
urer of said company, nnd such other
officers as may be provided for by by
law, all of whom sliall Vie elected or ap
pointed in such manner and nt such
times and for such terms as the by-laws
The Directors shall hold offico for
one yenr from tho time of their election
nnd until their successors shall have
been" elected nnd qualified.
Vacancies in tho Board of Directors
shall bo filled by appointment, as the
by-laws mnyprovidc, and any person
so appointed to fill any vacancy in the
Board of Directors shall hold office un
til the next annual election and until
his successor shall have been elected
and qualified. No person shall bo a
Diroctor who shall not be nt the time of
his election or appointment a holder of
ono or more shares of the capital stock
of this corporation.
All elections of directors shall bo by
ballot nnd everystockhobler shall have
tho right to vote, in person or by proxy;
the number of shares standing in hi"
nanio on the books of said corporation,
for any and all poisons as directors to
be elected in such liiannor as is provided
by tho by-laws of this corporation.
Tho affqirs of this corporation are to
bo conducted by n Board of Directors
composed of J. D. Copleu. S. L. Gib
son, L. It. Scholl, J. C. Britt and W. II.
Meteor, who shall hold office until the
annual election to be held on tho sec
ond Tuesday of January, 1908, and
until their successors are elected nnd
Said above named persons herein ap
pointed are not ineligible as such be
causa of not holding any shares of the
capital stock of said company at tho
time of their appointment as such di
rectors, but each of said directors so
appointed shall become the owner of
ono or more shares of said capital stock
within sivty days from tho dato of these
articles, or in default thereof shall cease
to be a director whenever after said
period of sixty days, his default con
tinuing, the Board of Directors sliall
declare his place vacant for such do
The officers of this corporation shall
be as follows:
J. D. COPLEN, President; .
S. L. GIBSON, Vice President;
L. R. SCHOLL. Secretary and Treas
urer; who shall hold office until their suc
cessors shall have been elected and
The Board of Directors shall havo the
(tower and authority to do and perform
any and all duties usually connected
with like ofiiccs, which powers and du
ties, while bo acting as officers and di
rectors f this corporation, shall include
the adoption of a corporate seal, upou
which shall be inscribed the words fol
lowing: TUB GLOBE-ARIZONA TEL
EPHONE COMPANY, and the affixing
thereof to any stock certificates or
instruments of writing, which may be
issued i.r executed by them under the
lowers herein conferred, as well as the
adoption of all necessary by-laws for
the internal conduct nnd management of
tho affairs of this corporation; provided.
that no Director performing any duty
as a director of this corporation shall
receive any salary or compensation
The highest" amount of indebtedness
or liability, direct or contingent (exclu
sive of its capital stock) to which said
company is at any tune to subject it
self or be subjected shall not exceed
Twenty-fivo Thousand Dollnra.
The privnte property of the members
of this corporation and the stockholders
thereof, shall be exempt from liability
for corporate debts.
In Witness Whereof, Wo hnve here
unto set our hands this 9th day of Jan-
nary, A. D.
J. D. COPLEN,
S. L. GIBSON,
L. It. SCHOLL,
JOHN C. BItITT,
. -W. H. MERCER.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gilu. ss.
Bofore me, Alice M Birdsall, a No
tary Public in and for the County of
Gila, Territoiy of Arizona, on this day
persoanlly appeared J. D. Copleu, S. L.
Oibsoij, L. R. Scholl, .L C, Britt and W.
If. Mercer, known to mo to be, tho per
sons whoso names are subscribed to the
.foregoing instrument, and acknowledged
lo mo that they executed the samo for
the purposes and consideration therein
Given under my hnnd and seal of
olhec this lath day of .January, A. D,
1907. ALTCR M. BIRDSALL,
My Commission expires February 9,
(SEAL; Ali$c M. Birdsall, Notary
Public, Gila County, Arizona.)
Filed and recorded at tho request of
F. J. Elliott on tho Kith day of Janu
ary, A. D. 1907, at 10 minutes past 4
o'clock, P. M.
E. T. STEWART, County Recorder.
By Belle Maldonado, Deputj-.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gija. ss.
T, E. T. Stewart, County Recorder in
and for tho County of Gila, Territory
of Arizona, do hcroby certify that the
above and foregoing contain nnd con
stitute a full, true and correct copy of
Articles of Incorporation of The Globe
Arizona Tejephono Company, as the
same appears of record in my office in
Book 1, Articles of Incorporation, at
paco 423; that I have compared the
samo with the original record and that
the same is a true, transcript and of
the whole thoreof.
Givon under my hand and seal of
offico this 17th day of January, A. D.
1907. E. T. STEWART,
County Recorder, Gila County, A. T.
By Belle Maldonado, Deputy.
First publication, January 18, 1907.
Phono in your want ads. Main-231.
Advertise in the Silver Belt.
.5 if f -
Friday, January 25, 1907
In order to secure attention all watJ
ads must ne paid tor in advance.
WANTED Girl for general house w0
at .Murphy s boarding House, v t
WANTED Position as nurse girl.
dress M. J. If., Silver Belt ofhV
WANTED Position by an experienced
hoistman. Address Engineer, cum 1(
WANTED Situation as stationary en
ginecr. Address this office.
WANTED By a prominent monthly
magazine, wiin targe, iiigu-ciass
culation, local representative to .
after renewals and increase sub-,
tion list in Globe and vicinity,
salary basis, with a continuing i
est from jear to year in the bus ,
created; experience desirable, bu
essential; good opportunity for
right person. Address Publisher
59, Station O, New York.
WANTED Ten thousand shares Inspi
ration. Lock box 822, Globe, An
WANTED To rent, a three or ion
room house furnished. Address 1
WANTED By lady of experiemd
coining, addreiiiig or folding.
dress A. C. B., Box 207, P.
WANTED Situation by an experienced
engineer. Address Frank Vail, i
249, care of Bouse.
WANTED A small furnished houst
close iu and reasonable. Addre-ii i
L. P., this oftice.
WANTED Promoter and operator for
9leven compact equipped gold Uu
copper mines on pay basis. I t
Kelliier, Globe, Ariz.
WANTEIhrSituation by first-class steu
ographer; refciences. Address M
L., Box 88, City.
WANTED Dishwashing or chamber
work in city or nearby camp.
dress H. T. H., care Silver Belt.
FOR RENT Two-roomed house suita
ble for batching. Inquire se.
houso south of old Hill street bri
Mrs. J. L. Knipfel.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Green house
corner nexvt to M. L. Buxton on .
TO RENT Furnished room In private
familj-. Phone 1391. Mrs. J. liar
vey Harris, Sout hllill street.
FOR RENT Two-room house, Brick
strce't, near smelter. Inquire Ariz.
restaurant, across bridge.
While looking over the only Globe -a
tho globe for a good investment in !
homes, business property, business
chances, lodging or boarding house, g -us
a call. We build you a home on o
stallments, rent houses. Our deals a
straight, our bargains good. Home Id
FOR RENT A three- room bouse close
in. Inquire of Mrs. Alfred Kinnr
opposite Kinney house.
FOR RENT Three-room house witu
water. Inquire of George Schmu
North Globe on Black Warrior road
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms. Address G. L. C, Silver Be
FOR SALE Four cap steel range stove
as good as new. See Hargrave i
FOR SALE Complete
outfit for three rooms.
S. F. Moo
FOR SALE Blacksmith shop with
tools; locution, Miami flats; if des
able will rent or trade. Apply to l'
Brown, Miami flats.
FOR SALE-Two lots, Pascoe Hin
Mrs. C. E. Frutn, second door west
FOR SALE OR RENT Four-room
houso in "East Globe addition, w
furnished. Call at Globe Livery Su
FOR SALE We will sell our entire
Rooseyelt business, including stocK
building, fixtures and waterworks. I
quiro either at Sultan Brothers a
Globe, Ariz., or Sultan, Newman i
Co., Roosevelt, Ariz. Sultan, New
man & Co.
FOR SALE My property fronting for
ty feet on Mesquite strcot, oppositi
the Kinney houso; a desirable bus
ness location which should incrca'
in value. Apply on the premise
LOST AND FOUND
LOST One upper plate teeth; lost be
tween the1 Dominion hotel and t
Globe livery stable. Finder pleas
leavo at this office; reward.
LOST On road "between Rock and
Straco hill and Globe, largo bund
of bedding, coat and vest in bundl
with letters addressed S, W. Bigg
Teviston, Ariz. Leave -at Shutes
livery stable and got pay for trm
LOST Bay mare with halter, branded
D. M. Pollard,wholesale grocer; re
ward. Box 1131.
LOST Waterman fountain pen. Please
leavo at this office.
LOST Purse containing sum of money
Please return to Dora Allen.
LOST Sox containing steam whistle,
mino gong, safety hook and chiiin
ton pound sledge nnd three black
smith tools Reward for information
concerning same. J. F. Ilcchtman
Stock companies Incorporated. If you
have stocks or bonds for sale, let me
try to sell them for you. George M
Kellogg, broker, 540 Ellicott square,
Cucumbers, lettuce, asparagus anil
grapes just received. Scoble, Sobey &
Just roceiveda carload of the ven
latest designs "in wall paper designs of
i-jui. uuxion k Jiernu.