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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Friday, February 22
TIIE BIO SUN SPOT
An Export Gives Viows as to What It
Means to the Earth
Sun spots lmvo to bo treated with
preat respect tnowndnys. When a big
one, like that now visible, nppenrs It
plays an important part in tho nows of
the day, because tho fact is getting to
be more ami more widely recognized
that when the sun shows n distorted
countenance ho is exercising forces that
promptly react upon r littlo planot,
even though it is more than ninety mil
lion miles distant.
Space is no obstaclo to electric waves,
and oven clectrjcally charged particlos
shot out from tho sun cross tho great
gulf to the earth in two or three days,
Tho appearanco of a sun spot is evi
dence of an explosion in the solar globo.
There is an outburst of forco which
hnrls vast quantities of metallic vapors
to tho height of hundreds of thousands
of miles, and when a great group of
spots forms the explosions and upheav
als are probably ropeated many times
in swift succession.
Some of tho later observations indi
cate that there exist particular places
on the sun whero theso outbreaks aro
more likely to occur than at any othor
point. The progress of electrical scioneo
shows that such gigantic manifestations
of activity givo rise to electro-magnetic
effects that may bo felt at immonso dis
tances from tho point of origin. Thus
there is nothing unreasonable or con
trary to established laws in tho theory
that oven tho weather may bo moro or
less governed, in particular circum
stances, by what is occurring on tho
Tho most immediato elTcct of a solar
s outbreak of this kind is manifested in
the electric state .of tho atmosphere
There aro many records already, within
the brief time that theso phouomonn
have been studied, of great auroral dis
plays and magnetic .storms, seriously
affecting tho telegraph systems of tho
earth, coincident with sun spot disturb
ances. Tho earth seems to respond to
the sudden impulses from tho sun like
a body involvde in an intonso olectric
field. If it wero situated much nearer
to tho sun, tho effectwould probably be
tremendous, but even at its actual dis
tance it cannot escape thorn altogether.
Unfortunately, scioneo is not yot able
to predict with certainty tho terrestrial
effects connected with sun spots. Some
times a groat spot appears, and no ro
suit is apparent on our globe. It is like
a shot that has missed its target or that
has been fired in anothor direction.
Then, again, only a relatively small spot
may appear on the sun when n severe
magnotic storm shivers through the at
mosphere. But progress is being made in this
study, and one of tho greatest practical
steps of modern scienco is tho establish
ment of the solar obsorvatory on Mount
.Wilson, in California, which may bo ex
pected within a few years to throw
much light upon these vast mysteries.
Garrett P. Serviss in tho New York
Qlobo. Arizona, as nttornoy In fact for
Globe-Boston Copper Mining tympany,
a corporation, has mauo application lor
patont to tho Garrott nnd Winchell louo
mining claims, Survoy No. 2300, situ
ated in the Globe mining district, Gila
K. 15 E., G. & S. R. B. & M., described
as follows: GARRETT: Beginning at
Cor. No. 1, whonco the N. E. Cor. of
Sec. 13, Tp. 1 JV., 11. IB JS., U. & H. it,
B. & M., boars N. 44 dogroos, 39 min
utes E. 1582.4 ft.; thonco S. 58 dogroos,
18 minutes W. 498.1 ft. to Cor. No. 2;
thonco S. 40 dogrees, 25 minutes W.
95C.3 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thonco N. 51
degrcos 3G minutes W. 325.9 ft. to
Cor. No. 4; thonce N. 39 dogrees
30 minutes E. 1410.1 ft. to Cor.
No. 5; thonco S. 51 dogrees 30 minutos
B. 508.3 ft. to Cor. No. 1, tho place
of boginniug. WINCHELL: Boginning
at Cor. No. 1, wnonco tuo N. &. Uor,
of Sec. 13, Tp. 1 N., JR. 15 E., G. & 8.
R. B. & M., bears J8. 47 dogrees 54 min
utes E. 2070.2 ft.; thonco S. 51 dogroos
41 minutes K. CU0.2 ft. to Cor. No, 2;
thonco S. 40 dogroos 3 minutes W.
1000.8 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thonce N. 51
degroos 41 minutes W. 000 ft. to Cor.
No. 4; thonco N. 42 dogroos 15 minutos
E. 45.5 ft. to Cor. No. 5; thonce N. 46
degrees 25 minutos E. 950.3 ft. to Cor
No. 1, tho placo of boginning. Location
notices are rocordod as follows: Gar
rott, book 9, pago 123; Garrott amond
od, book 8, pago 304; Winchell, book 0,
pago 252; Wincholl amonded, book 8,
page 301, Records of Minos, Gila coun
ty. Adjoining claims aro .Eastern Star
on tho northwest, Raostor, Hechtman
nnd Gill on tho northeast, Roostor nnd
Bed Rock on the southeast, and Ambor
nnd Satisfaction on the southwest. Mil
ton R. Mooro, Rogister.
First publication Docomber 9, 1900.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
j.'IiE ARIZONA SECURITY AND DE-
IN THE PROBATE COURT
Of the County of Gila, Territory of Ari
zona. In tho Matter of the Estate of George
V. Wagner. Deceased.
Notice by Clerk o Day Fixed for Hear
ing Roturn of Sale of Real Estate.
Pursuant to an order of tho Probate
'nurt, mnde on tho seventeenth day of
December, 1900, notice is hereby given
that L. C. Wagner, administrator of tho
estato of said deceased, made to tho
said court nnJ filed in tho office of the
clerk thereof on said day, a
roturn of sale made by L.
C. Wagner, administrator, on tho 17th
dayof Decembor, 1900, under a previous
order of said court, of tho following
real estate, and for the following named
sum, to wit: An undivided ono-half in
erest in and to throo mining claims
known as the Columbus, Portland and
Copperopohs; consideration, thirty
seven and 50-100 ($37.50) dollars, as
will moro fully appear from said roturn
filed as aforesaid, and to which refer
ence is hereby made for further partic
ulars. And notico is hereby further given
that Wednesday, tho 2nd day of Janu
ary, 1907, at 10 o'clock A. M., at tho
courtroom of said court, at tho court
house in Gila county, Arizona, has been
fixed for hearing tho said roturn, when
and whero any person interested in the
said estato may appear and file writtou
objections to the confirmation of the
said sale, and may bo heard, and may
produce witnesses in support of such ob
jection. Dated December 18th, 1900.
P. C. ROBERTSON, Clerk.
By H. Q. Robertson, Deputy Clerk.
ICunw All Mon by Theso Presonts:
rimt wo, J. B. Newmnn, S. L. Gibson,
i1. L. Toombs nnd J. A. Bordeaux, all of
Globo, Gila County, Arizona, boing de
lirnus of incorporating ourselves uudor
tl'O laws of tho Territory of Arizona
U r the purpose of engaging in tho busi
ness hereinafter specified, do make, nc
jiowlcdgo and subseribo to tho follow
:.'g Articles of Incorporation and de
'Hint tho names of tho incorporators
mo above set forth; that the name of
ho .-orporation is THE ARIZONA SE-
II KIT Y AND DEVELOPMENT AS
.VJ' IATION, and tho principal placo of
transacting its business shall bo at
Globe, Gila County, Territory of A"
The genoral nature of the business
pioposed to bo transacted by this cor
poration shall bo as follows: To ac
quiro by purchase or otherwise mines
and minoral lands and claims and all
appurtenances theroto for tho oporation
of same; to hold and develop, oxploit
nnd to otherwise uso the same; to sell,
promoto and otherwise dispose of the
same as can any natural person; to
buy, sell and deal in all the stocks,
bonds, mortgages, debentures and other
socurities, or evidences of indebtedness
whntevor of other corporations or indi
viduals and to do a general brokerage
business and to act as agent as is per
mitted of any individual under tho gen
eral statutes of tho Territory of Ari
Tho amount of capital stock author-
ircd by this corporation shall bo Fifty
Articlos of Incorporation of Tho Ari
w;.i. Socurity nnd Dovolopmont Associa
tion as tho samo appears of rocord in
my cfllco in Book 1, Articlos of Incor
poration, at pago 431; that I havo com
pared tlijl samo wjtb Unoriginal rocord,
and that tho huiiio is a truo transcript
and ofho wholo thoreof.
Givou under my baud and seal of of
fice this 12th day of February, A. D.
1907. E. T. STEWART,
(Seal) County Recorder,
Gila County, A. T.
By Belle Maldonado, Deputy Rocorder.
Fimt publication February 13, 1907.
AR HOLES OP INCORPORATION
,EL DORADO COPPER CO.
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
COUNTY OF GILA, TERRITORY
- In tho matter of tho estato of Francis
Jordan, deceased; notico of salo of real
estato at Globe, Arizona.
Notico is hereby givon tljat in pursu
ance of an order of the Probate Court
in and for tho County of Gila, Torritory
of Arizona, mado on tho Cth day of
July, 1000, in tho matter of tho estate
of Francis Jordan, deceased, tho under
signed, tho administrator, will soil at
private sale to the highest biddor, for
cash, subject to confirmation by said
Probate Court, on Saturday, tho 2nd
day of February, 1007, at 10 o 'clock a.
m., at tho office of tho Justice of tho
Peace in tho City of Globe, in tho said
County of Gila, Territory of Arizona,
mo xuituwiug uescnoeu real property, to
West part of lot 32 in block 82 in
Globe townsite, County of Gila, Torri
tory of Arizona.
Terms of salo; Ten per cent in ad
vance; balance on confirmation of salo.
W. F. RAWLINGS,
Administrator of tho Estato of Francis
Dated January 12, 1907.
into fifty thousand (50,000) shares of
tho par value of One Dollar ($1.00)
each, which said stock shall bo issued
from time to timo, as tho Board of Di
rectors may provide, and tho whole of
said stock may bo paid for in money,
property, or services, and upon such
terms as shall be acceptable to the
Hoard of Directors; that such stock
shall bo fully paid lor, when issued, and
Tho timo of the commencement of.
this corporation shall be tho date of the
filing of these Articles of Incorporation
in tho oflico of tho County Recorder of
Gila County, Arizona, a certified copy
tiled with tho Territorial Auditor, and
the termination shall be twenty-five
(25) years thereafter.
Tho above namod incorporators shall
constitute tho Board of Directors for
tho ensuing year, which said Board shall
as soon as practicable after tho filing
of theso Articles, organize and adopt
by-laws and rules and regulations suit
able for tho management of this cor
poration and its affairs.
Tho highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
is nt any timo to bo subject shall bo
tho sum of Thirty Thousand Dollars
($30,000.00) and tho private property of
each stockholder of this corporation
shall bo oxompt from all corporation
In Witness Whereof, We, tho under
signed, havo horounto sot our hands this
seventh day of Fobruary, A. D. 1907.
J. B. NEWMAN,
S. L. GIBSON,
F. L. TOOMBS,
J. A. BORDEAUX.
Know All Mon by Thoao Piosents:
That we, tho undersigned persons,
James M. Bice, Charles E. Boek, Forost
L. Zinmorman, James Rocks and 11. C.
Hannirnlt, all citizens of tho United
States nnd residents of tho City of
Globe, County of Gila, Torritory of Ari
zona, ihavo this 28th day of January,
A. D. 1907, associated oursolves to
gether to form a corporation undor the
luws of tho Torritory of Arizona, and,
iu compliance with tho provisions of
tho said laws, do hereby make, sign and
certify the articles of incorporation of
said company as follows to wit:
The name of this company shall be
and is tho EL DORADO COPPER COM
Tho objects for which this corpora
tion is formed are, to acquire by pur
chase, location, lenses, options and
bonds, mines nnd in in oral lauds and all
products pertaining thereto. To opor
ato, mine, and extract oro thorofrom,
nnd to erect ond maintain all necessary
machinery nnd oquipmont for tho ccon
imical dovolopmont of tho same. To ac
quire by purchase or any othor lawful
moans roads, tracks, tramways, rail
roads, tolograph and tolonhono lines.
ditches or flumes for economical trans
portation and transmission, nnd to erect
or construct tho same. To orcct, main
tain, and opernto reduction works for
concentration, smelting and refining of
ores, and tho preparation of all company
products for salo and profit. To erect,
opornto and mniutain any or all clcc
tricnl equipment and appliances for tho
economical oporation of the property
bolonging to this company.
To erect and maintain buildings,
stores nnd boarding houses, and to do
n gonoral merchandizing business. To
acquiro by purchase, location, lease, or
in any lawful manner, real estato, land,
and personal property; and to acquiro
and loeato townsitos. To uso and enjoy,
hold and opornto franchises from tho
Territory of Arizona, or any State or
Torritory of tho United States, or any
Ctfunty, municipal, or privato corpora
tion. To acquire stock, bonds, roads,
mills, factories and real, or personal
property incident to such franchises,
corporations, or townsitcs.
To acquire, maintain, and operate all
and every property, thing, equipment
and appliances which the Board of Di
rectors may consider necessary or expe
dient for the economical conduct of the
gonoral business incident to mining
heretofore described and enumerated.
To sell, alienate, lease, demise, and dis
pose of any and all property, real and
porsonnl, bolonging to this company.
To borrow money and contract to repay
the samo at such timo or times as the
Board of Directors shall havo powor at
any intervening timo to fill vacancios
in their numbor.
Tho officers of this corporation shall
consist of n President, Vico Prcsidont,
Secrotary and Treasuror, and such
minor offices as tho Board of Directors
may from timo to timo deom it expedi
ent to hnvo. Tho President, Vico Presi
dent, Secretary and Treasury shall bo
elected annually by tho Board from
thoir own number; and nt tho first
meeting next succeeding tho dato of tho
filing of theso Articles of Incorporation;
and thereafter at tho regular annual
mooting of tlio stockholders as herein
Tho offices of Secretary and Treas
urer may, in the discretion of tho Board
of Diroetors, bo held by tho same por
Tho Board of Directors shall adopt
By-Laws for the government of tho
corporate proceeding of this company,
and rogister them in their rocord.
After being adopted, they may bo al
tered, amended, or repealed by a ma
jority of tho Board of Directors.
Tho private property of the stock
holders of this corporation shall be ex
empt from any and all liability from
the corporate debts of the company.
Tho Board of Directors aro hereby
given the power and authority to do
and perform any and all duties usually
connected with such offices; and, in
eluded in such duties is tho adoption of
a corporate seal; and tho said seal must
be affixed to all stock certificates and
nil instruments of writing, Contracts, or
agreements executed or entered into by
thorn as officers of this corporation un
dor tho powers heroin conferred.
In Witness Whereof, Wo havo here
unto sot our hnuds and seals this 28th
day of January, A. D. 1907.
JAMES M. BICE ' (Seal)
CHARLES E. BECIC (Seal)
FOREST L. ZIMMERMAN (Seal)
JAMES ROCKS (Seal)
II. C. HANAWALT. (Seal)
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
Before moGco. II. Thwaitos, a No
tary Public in and for tho County of
Gila, Territory of Arizona, on this day
personally appeared James M. Bice,
Charles E. Beck, Forest L. Zimmerman,
James Rocks, and II. C. Hanawalt,
known to mo to bo tho persons whoso
names aro subscribed to tho foregoing
Articles of Incorporation, and who ac
knowledged to mo that they oxecuted
tho samo for tho purposes and consider
ations therein expressed.
Given under my hand and seal of of
lico this 28th day of January, 1907.
GEO. H. THWAITES,
My commission expires on tho 19th
day of December, 1909.
TERRITORY' OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
I, E. T. Stewart, County Recorder in
and for said Gila County, do hereby
certify that the within instrument of
writing was filed at tho request of Geo.
II. Thwaites, on the 29th day of Jnnu
ary, A. D. 1907, at 11 o'clock P. M.,
and was recorded at Pago 427, Book 1,
Records Corporations, Gila County, Ari
zona Territory. E. T. STEWART,
By Belle Maldonado, Deputy.
First publication February 19, 1907.
Tlnni! r T"Iiya (nen tntit T a mm . -. jn
Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00) divided L ,- , ' . i - .
: ,, .u..nJ-nnM -.. "rrpn-y or expedient; and to hypothecate,
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
Boforo mo, II. J. Reading, a Notary
Public in and for tho County of Gila,
Territory of Arizona, on this day per
sonally appeared J. B. Newman, S. L.
Gibson, F. L. Toombs and J. A. Bor
deaux, known to mo to bo tho persons
whose names aro subscribed to tho fore
going instrument, and acknowledged to
mo that thoy executed the samo for the
purposes and consideration therein ex
pressed. Given under my hand and seal of of
fico this seventh day of Fobruary, A. D.
07. H. J. READING,
(Seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires January 2nd.
Filed and recorded at tho request of
F. L. Toombson tho 11th day of Fob
ruary, A. D. 1907, at 45 minutes past
11 o'clock A. M.
E. T. STEWART, County Recorder.
fiy Bolle Maldonado, Deputy Recorder.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
I. E. T. Stewart, County Recorder in
and for tho County of Gila. Territory
or Arizona, do neroby certify that the ordod in tho books of the company at
above and foregoing contain and con- lenst thirty (30) days prior to tho said
mortgago, or pledgo tho property of this
company or any part thereof, to secure
tho payment of the same. To sell, con
voy, bond, lenscj mortgage, or otherwise
dispose of any or all of tho property of
this company of any character whatso
ever, provided, however, that tho high
est or total amount of indebtedness or
liability to which this corporation shall
at any time subject itself shall "not ex
ceed the sum of Five Hundred Thou
sand ($500,000) Dollars.
Tho principal placo of business of this
corporation shall bo in the City of
Globe, County of Gila, Territory of
Arizona; and such other or branch of
fices or places of business as may be
deemed advisable shall bo designated
and adopted from timo to timo as its
Board of Directors dotormine.
Tho amount of tho capital stock of
this corporation shall bo One Million
($1,000,000) Dollars, divided into one
million .1,000,000) shares of tho par
vaiuo ui uuo i.uu; collar cacn; ana
the timo when and tho conditions under
which tho said capital stock shall be
paid in, in cash, proporty, or other val
uablo consideration, shall bo deter
mined and regulated by tho Board of
Tho capital stock of this corporation
and each and every shnro of tho samo
shall bo and is hereby mado non-assess-ablo,
and shnll bo paid for in full when
subscription therefor is made.
Tho timo of tho commoncomont of
this corporation shall bo tho dato of
tho filing of thoso articles of incorpora
tion for record in tho offlco of the
County Rccordor of tho County of Gila
and a cortified copy of tho samo with
the Secrotary of tho Torritory of Ari
zona; and tho period of existence of tho
corporation shall bo twonty-fivo (25)
years from tho dato of tho said filings.
Tho affairs of this corporation shall
bo conducted by a Board of Directors
consisting of five (5) porsons, who shall
bo shareholders of this company; and
a majority of said Board Bliall consti
tute a quorum for tho transaction of its
corporate business. The numbor of Di
rectors who shall manage tho business
concerns of tho company for the first
three (3) months shall bo five (5),
whose names and residences are as fol
lows, viz.: James M. Bico, Charles E.
hock, iorost L. Zimmorman, James
Rocks, and II. C. Tlrinnwalt, all of tho
City of Globo, County of Gila, Terri
tory of Arizona; and thoy shall hold
office until thoir successors aro duly
elected and qualified. Thereafter,, tho
first annual meeting of tho Stockholders
shall bo hold in the office of tho com
pany in the City of Globe, Arizona, on
tho first Monday of February, A. D.
1908; and the Secretary of tho company
shall givo proper notico of tho said
annual meeting to each stockholder roc
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