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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BEL7
Sunday, February 24.19,
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
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Socialism is discontent reduced to a
No markets and no Thaw trill for
three days. Pretty hard on tho reading
public, but holidays must bo olnerred.
Everybody observe! Washington's
birthday but the congress of tho United
States sitting in the city named after
the father of the country.
It's no use. Senator Forakcr might
ns well wind up his Brownsville inves
tigation. People won't read this tame
stuff when they can get dope on- the
William J. Bryan has not yet signi
fied his pleasure at tho defeat of Roger
Sullivan in the mayoralty primaries in
Tho governor of Rhode Island evi
dently considers that Georgo Washing
ton was not in it with him as a states
man, but he was too modest to say it.
Archbishop Ireland was right when he
said in his Washington's birthday ad
dress that we aro making too many
Onws. Jloro attention should bo given
to the enforcement of those wo already
have on our statuto books.
E. G. Kinyon is again manager and
editor of the Solomonvillo Bulletin.
Mr. Kinyon is an enterprising news
paper man and a good writer and was
very successful in his former manage
ment of the paper.
When the Journal is requested to
withhold news it withholds tho item.
This is the policy of this paper. Saf
If the Sih'er Belt were to adopt this
policy its readers would learn but little
of what is going on in the city.
Under a new ruling, telephone girls
in France must respond: "I listen."
Jin this country that is just what we are
lTiclcing about. Pittsburg Times.
Well, they don t hear much. El Paso
Xot in Pittsburg?
Dr. -Wallace, the latest medico to butt
into the public eye, says that no man
,has senso enough to vote until ho is
over -10. We know n bunch who have
passed that age and yet haven't the
required amount of sense to vote the
oratotl by tho sun and which demon
strates that that great contor of things
cosmicnl is uudergoin g portontious
changes. Tho fact seoms to bo that
modem astronomical resoarch has uddod
nothing of great value to mankind's
knowledge of tho essentials. When
studying the play of these mnjestic
forces, our children of lnrgor growth
can merely lisp the infant's awe-struck
"Twinkle, twinklo, littlo star,
How I wonder what you aro. ' '
Charter for Cities of Phoenix, Biabee,
Globe and Douglas Framed and Will
Bo Passed by tho Present Sessiou of
THAT SUN SPOT
And now we havo n sun spot whose
area is as great as that of tho United
States plus a few hundred thousand
square miles, says tho Washington Her
ald. And this sun spot is to play par
ticular hob with subluminary nfTairs.
Already it has produced a fearsome
snowstorm at Pittsburg, with tho awe
inspiring accompaniment of forked
lightning and roaring thunder that sent
women and children shuddering to
feather beds for protection, caused a
wild panic among mules and horses in
the streets, caused men to scurry from
tall buildings and sent a college pro
fessor to predicting other dire disasters
to that soot-begrimed community. An
other collego professor in Now York
reads in tho sun spot prophecies of
gruesome evils. It is to derange all
electrical operations in tho metropolis,
demoralize railroad schedules, and cause
clocks to stop. Comploto returns from
other parts of tho affrighted world are
not yet in, though that thoy will come
in plenty wo havo no doubt. Our sci
entists aro alert, whatever else may bo
said to their detriment.
Somehow, this kindly and sturdy old
earth of ours continues to rcvolvo upon
its axis and to hold its right of way in
the orbit fixed for it at tho beginning of
time. In spite of the clamorous outcries
of scientists, the solar system, of which
our planet is a somewhat inconsiderable
part, goes along in its accustomed way.
Seed timo and harvest wo still havo
with us. Sun spots come and sun spots
go and the earth rolls on as if nothing
hail happened to tho face of the king
It follows, of course, that the scient
ists are divided in opinion as to what a
sun spot is. Some of them contend that
it is the result of a big piece falling
nway from the sun and leaving a deep
hole. Others aro convinced that it is
merely a prodigious cloud of mist gen-
Citv Attomoy S. A. lerritt, who ro
turned recentlv from a visit to Phoonix,
where, with Attomoy Lockwood of
Douglas, ho went to confer with the
Phoeniv charter commission, states that
at Phoenix representatives had already
framed a charter applicablo to their
needs, but which would bo advisable
only to cities of more than 5,000 popu
lation, says tho Bisbee Review. Owing
to the impracticability of this measure
if put through, the southern nttornoys
aimed at n compromise which has ro
suited in but ono measure going to tho
legislature and that ono a measure that
is sure to pass and which will be np
plicablo to cities of all sizes.
As a result of a longthy conference
botween tho city attorneys of Douglas
and Bisbee tho charter committee of
Phoonix and representatives of Globe,
a law has boon drafted satisfactorily
to all parties concerned that will bo
presonted immediately to the legisla
ture, probably by one of the members
from Cochise county, which tho fram
crs of the law believe will pass the
legislature with littlo or no opposi
There are no radical changes in tho
law from tho recommendations ombod
ied in the report roccntly made by the
charter committee of Phoenix that will
bo effective in Phoenix, but tho char
tor law, as it now stands, is much more
broad in its scope, so that it can be
taken advantage of by any of the
There nro clauses that Phoenix would
not care to tako advantage of, but
Phoenix need not take advantngo of
them. A few changes were suggested
in tho law that would affect Phoonix
and were made, whilo the Phoenicians
suggested somo changes that would af
fect the other cities, and these were
made. The law also affects towns of
less than 5,000 population, giving them
the right to incorporate under the law,
This was represented by certain parties,
and as it could not in any way affect
tho larger cities, no opposition was
raised to having these features inserted
by the law.
City Attorney Lockwood of Douglas
and City Attornoy Merritt of Bisbeo
held n conference with Globe people be
fore goinc there and since they have
been in conference several times with
tho representatives of Phoenix on tho
The cities of Arizona, Bisbee, Phoe
nix, Douglas, Globe, Tucson and Pres
coit nave au outgrown to n more or
less degree tho Charters under which
they have been working, and this is
especially tho caso with the first four
cities mentioned. So far as it is known
Tucson and Prescott are not satisfied,
and so long as they arc not, they may
work under their existing charters. The
other cities desiro a cliango and tho
legislature will probnbly give it to
The law provides that for it to be
come operative iu any city it must be
adopted at a special election by a ma
jorlty of the voters.
hibit thorn, with tho necessary vouch
ors, within four months aftor tho flnt
publication of this notico to the said
executrix, nt hor rosidonco on Tonto,
or to tho Clork of Probate Court, tho
same being tho place for tho transac
tion of the business of said estate, in
said County of Giln.
ANNA S. PACKARD,
Executrix of tho AVill of Snid Deceased.
Dated November 21st, 1900. 4S
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
CALUMET & GLOBE DEVELOPE,
Read the Silver Belt Always up to
IN THE PROBATE COURT
Of tho County of Gila, Territory of Ari
In tho Matter of tho Estato of George
W. Wagner. Deceased.
Notico by Clerk of Day Fixed for Hear
ing Uoturn of Sale of Roal Estate.
Pursuant to an ordor of the Probato
Court, mado on the seventeenth lay of
Docombor, 190C, notico is hereby given
that L. C. Wagner, administrator of the
estato of said deceased, made) o the
said court and filed in the office of thb
C. Wagnor, administrator, on'Atho 17th
day of December, 1906, under asprevious
ordor of snid court, of tho ltoilowing
roal estate, and for tho following named
sum, to wit: An undivided one-half in
orest in and to three mining claims
known as the Columbus, Portland and
Jopporopolis; consideration, thirty
sovon and 50-100 ($37.50) dollars, as
will more fully appear from Ba'id roturn
filed as aforesaid, and to w'iich rofor
onco is horoby mado for further particulars.
And notico is horeby ft.rther glvon
that Wednesday, tho llnd day of Janu
ary, 1907, at 10 o'closk A M., at tho
courtroom of said cotrt, a1 the court
houso in Gila county, Arizona, has beon
fixed for Jiearing tho said return, when
and where any person interested in the
said estato may appoar and filo written
objections to the confirmation of the
said sale, and may be heard, and may
produco witnesses in support of such ob
jection. Dated December 18th, 1900.
P. C. HOBEETSON, Clerk.
By H. Q. Robertson, Deputy Clerk.
Know All Men by Theso Presents:
That we, whoso names are hereunto
affixed, havo this day associated our
selves togothor for tho pn-poso of form
ing n corporation under the laws of the
Territory of Arizona, and for that pur
pose flo ndopt tho following charter:
The namo of this corporation shall bo
tho CALUMET & GLOBE DEVELOPK
Tho nnnies of tho incorporators aro
James T. Fisher, Frank S. Carlton and
Albert E. Potcrmann.
This Company shall keep n local of
fico at Globe, Arizona, and the piin
cipal oflico and place of business of this
Company shall be at Calumet, in the
State of Michigan, at which placo all
incorporators', stockholders' and direct
ors' meetings may be held, and all cor
porate business mny be transacted, and
this Company may koop such other of
Jlces nnd places of business at such
other plaees as tho Board of Directors
The gonernl nature of tho business in
which this Company shall engage is as
follows, to wit: In goueral, to engage
in nnd carry on tho business of mining,
refining, Biuolting and manufacturing,
any nnd all kinds of ore, minerals and
Utotals; to purchase, lease or acquire,
by license, bond, concession, grant or
otherwise, to own, exchange, sell or
othorwiso dispose of, to pledge, mort
gage, hypothecate and deal in, mines,
mining claims, lands, mineral 'lands,
mineral rights, buildings, casements,
rights or privileges, machinery, plant,
ores, motals, oil, gas, asphaltutn, potro
leum, water and water rights, or othor
effects whatsoovor, which this Company
tnay think proper from timo to time
to bo acquired for any of its purposes;
to prospect and search for ores and min
erals, to dovolppe, mine and grant li
censes for mining in nnd over any lands
which may bo acquired by this Com
pany; to soil and othorwiso dispose of
tho lands, mines or other property of
this Company; to build, acquire, lease
and operate, works for rolining and
smelting ores and motals; to buy, sell,
manufacture nnd deal in, minerals,
plant, machinery, implements, conveni
enecs, provisions and things capable of
being used or necessary in connection
with mining operations, or acquired by
workmen or others employed by this
Cpmpany; to dp a general real estato
and mercantile business; to own, han
dle and control letters patent and in
veutions; to borrow money, and executo
mortgnges or deeds of trust to secure
the samo; to construct, carry out, im
prove, manage, work, control nnd super
intend any roads, ways, railways,
bridges, reservoirs, dams, water-works,
water courses, aqueducts, wharves, fur
uaces, mills, crushing works, hydraulic
works, electric works, factories, ware
houses, telephone and telegraph, and
other works and convenienses which
may seem directly or indirectly condu
cive to any of the objects of this Com
pany, and to contribute to, subsidizo
or otherwise aid or partake in any such
operations; to engage in tho business
of treating, smelting nnd refining gold,
copper and other ores, and articles made
wholly or in pnrt of tho same; in manu
facturing, buying, selling nnd dealing
in gold, copper and other ores, nnd
metals and articles mado wholly or in
part of tho samo; to buy and sell or
otherwiso dispose of stocks, bonds, or
other securities of this, or any other
corjwration, and in general to do any
and all acts and things nnd transact
any and all other business incidental
to tho purposes aforesaid or necessary!
to tho propor conduct of tho business of
this corporation, not inconsistent with
the laws of tho Territory of Arizona
or of tho United States of America.
The amount of the capital stock of
this Company shall bo three hundred
thousand (.100,000) dollars, divided into
sixty thousand (150,000) shares, of the
par value of five (5) dollars ench, and
said capital stock shall be paid in, at
such timo as tho Board of Directors
may designate, in money, property,
labor or nny other valuablo right or
thing, nnd the judgomont of the Board
of Directors or managing officers as to
the vaimrthcreof, shall be conclusive.
Tho time of tho commencement of this
corporation shall bo tho date of tho
filing of theso Articles of Incorporation
in tho office of the County Recorder of
Gila County, Territory of Arizona, and
n certified copy with the Territorial
Auditor of the Territory of Arizona,
and this corporation is formed to endure
for hu-nty-fivo (25) years thereafter,
but its charter rights may bo renewed
(before this charter expires) from time
to time for periods not exceeding
twenty-five (25) years at a time perpet
uallv. ARTICLE VII.
Tho nfTairs of this Company shall be
conducted by a Board of seven direct
ors, who shall be elected annually, as
tho By-Laws provide, by the stockhold
ers of this corporation. The members
of tho Board for the current year and
until their successors are chosen und
qualified are: John P. Potermnnn,
lames T. Fishe'r, Frank S. Carlton, John
Vertin, Edward M. Lieblein and Albert
The highest amouut of indebtedness
that this corporation shall subject itself
to nny one time,, shall not exceed Ono
hundred and fifty thousand (150,000)
Tho private property of tho stock
holders and directors of this corpora
tion shall be, and is horeby FOREVER
EXEMPT from all liabilities for its
debts or obligations.
In Witness Whereof, We have here
unto set our hands nnd seals this Six
tpontli day of January, A. D. 1907.
JAMES T. FISHER (Seal)
FRANK S. CARLTON (Seal)
ALBERT E. PETERMANN (Seal)
In the presence of
John P. Pctormanii
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STATE OF MICHIGAN,
County of Houghton. ss.
Before me, John B. Coppo, a Notary
Public in and for said County and
State on this day personally appeared
James T. Fisher, Frank S. Carlton and
Albert E. Petermann, known to me to
bo the persons who subscribed to the
foregoing instrument nnd acknowledged
to mo that they executed the samo for
the jmrposos and considerations therein
Given under my hand and seal of o
fico this Sixteenth day of January, A
D. 1907. JOHN B. COPPO,
Notary Public in and for Houghton
(John B. Cupo Notary Public Hough
ton County Michigan)
My commission expires September 29,
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
T, E. T. Stewart, County Recorder in
and for tho County of Gila, Territory
of Arizona, do hereby certify that the
above and foregoing contain and con
stitute n full, true and correct copy of
The Articles of Incorporation of tho
"Calumet & Globe Developoment Com
pany" as the same appears of record
in my office in Book 1 Corporations at
pago HO; that I have compared tho
same with the original record, and that
the same is a tmc transcript and of
the wholo thereof.
Given under my hand nnd seal of
oflico this 23rd day of February, A. D.
1907. E, T. STEWART, (Seal)
County Recorder, Gila County, A. T.
By L. M. Brookner, Doputy Recorder.
MONUMENTAL WORK CmS,DKerions
IRON FENCING and FINE STONE WORK
On Cemetery Gulch
Near Central School RulMIng
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Amynnnder Packard, deceased:
Notico is horeby given by tho under
signed, executrix of tho last will of
said Amynandor Packard, deceased, to
tho creditors of and all persons having
claims against tho said deceased, to ex-
Buxton & Merritt
Have just received a
Carload of 1907
in Wall Paper
You will do well to look
into this. We have the
Finest line of Wall Pa
per ever shown here.
Let the Baker Do the Work!
THE WAGON WILL CALL AT YOUB
HOME WITH A FULL LINE OF
BREAD, PIES AND PASTRY.
Subscribe for the Daily Arizona Silver Belt All the new. I let the baser do the wokkJJ
PRICES always RIGHT
We have letters for O II P; O L O;
E P S and xVz.
WANTED Competent waiters at the
WANTED By quid couple, two rooms
furnished for housekeeping; North
Globe profcrrcd. Address V. J., caro
WANTED To buy two lots together
on Pascoo hill; will pay reasonable
price. Address at once, P. O. Box
1)80, City. 110
WANTED Lady clerk at tho People's
SILVER BELT WANT ADS
FOR SALE Two horses, covered wag
on, camping outfit, pack and riding
saddle. Call at the O. K. feed yard.
FOR SALE Five-room furnished house,
close in. Address Lock Box 175. 117
FOR SALE Five-room house, price
$850; easy terms and only $200 down.
'Apply room 28, Trust building. 143
FOR SALE Three room house with
pantry and collar, opposite tho Cen
tral school. AppTyto James R. Wall.
Best view of Globe. 142
FOR SALE Horse, harness, surrey;
also quantity of second-hand lumber.
See J. S. Towle. tf
Read the tjiiver Belt Aiways up to
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Lady's gold watch and M ,
iu-OAT. Will MV...lo,. .. . "
livnrv li.irn? rownnl TL... 'l
. ' , ' "-I'"0e0
FOUND Watch and chain,
recover by calling on J
describing property and
FOR RENT Three-room house Jl
Globe lumber yard. " 'I
FOR RENT Deslrablo furnished ro
Inquire of Mrs. L. G. CW.,i)S j
ground, back of South Side s, c.
OR RENT Three-room house wes
Globe lumber yard. Call t J 'I
WI fa ai.1.ktiAA XT.-.Kt. m.i "I I
vi t tvniucC, ilVUU VMUIit
A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING
photograplis are the
See Mack and Jim at tho Wcigc su
Money to loan on good security. Ad
dress W., Box 071t city.
His Lack of Judgment
"The trouble with Biaggaby is that
he seems to lack judgment."
"Lacks jndgmentl That's putting it
pretty mildly. Why, that mau would
run on the Democratic ticket in Pennsylvania."
If you want something extra nice in
wall paper, got to Ryan's.
Wo receive Kansas poultry
week. Globe Meat Market.
"We haven't been hearing much re
cently about trial marriages."
"No. Perhaps someone has tried
First-class work at bed rock prices.
Buxton & Merritt, the painters.
How was the Dime! Find Fine.
They Often Aro
"Swell boarding house, eh?"
"Swclf at the expense of the food
"What do you meant'
"Four kinds of forksand two kinds
of vegetables." r
Bread, cakes anil pies delivered to
any part of town by the Star Bakery.
Choice cut flowers, direct from the
hothouse. Call at Western Union office.
Can't Stop 'Em
"I .want a shave," announced the
positive man. "I want a plain shave
and nothing but a shave. T desire no
haircut, no facial manipulation, no
singe, no neck massage, no sea foam, no
hair dye, no shampoo. What I want
is a shave. Understand?"
"Yes, sir," said tho barber briskly.
"Hair's gettin kinder thin, sir. Have
a nice tonic rub!"
Anything in the way of mixed drinks
can always bo had at MeDonough V.
Decorate Your Home
Go to Ryan's for a varied assortment
of wall papor.
Get in out of the dust and drink tho
biggcht beer in town at the Wedge.
Parties wanting brick can havo theii
wunts promptly supplied by leaving
their orders at the office of
GIBSON & HENDERSON,
Mines and Stock Exchange, Globe, Ariz.
"Pa, what is a political leader?"
, "A man who is able to sec which way
ho crowd is going and follows with
loud whoops in that direction."
Choice beef, pasture fed nnd the fin
est to be had anywhere. Globe'1 Meat
Consistency is a jewel that doesn't
interest the three-ball merchant.
Choice cut flowers and plants direct
from California by fast express, at W.
U. telegraph office. Orders taken.
S'Why do you havo everything in
your wife's name!"
'H don't. We have our children in
my' name. ' '
8tae to Gibson Mine
Stage will leave each Monday, Wed
uesday and Friday mornings at 9:30 a.
m., from Barclay & Higdon's corral.
Go to Huntzinger's Art Parlors to
morrow and have those photographs ta
ken yon havo been promising your
friends. Back of Miners' Union hall.
Fine fresh Kansas pork.
The finest line of wall papers ever
shown in Globe. Buxton & Merritt.
The Globe Steam Laundry is now in
full operation and prepared to 'do all
kinds of laundry work promptly" nnd
satisfactorily. Orders receive prompt
attention. Work called for and deliv
ered in any part of the city.
G. BOHSE, Proprietor.
When a man begins to sneer at every
thing he has outlived his usefulness.
Read the Silver Belt-date.
-Always up to
Take the family to the Dm.i
Go to Buxton & Merritt fu
line of wall paper and h
tions of every description.
Just received a carload
latest designs in wall pape
1907. Buxton & Merritt.
Dorchester Bourbon, fine g
ind just the thing for what
Tnko the time to go to Hip !;,.
Is one of Globe's oldest and 1
Known cafes; everything first ciu,,!
in line. i;au anu ne Convm e-j.
Go to Kyan's
When you want magazines, -onfwtl
ery, books, stationery, amniumtus tl
graphophone records. Souvenir posal
Choice hams and bacon, o.ne fail
Globe Meat Market.
Huntzinger, the artist, is ba. k at
city and will be ready to pli-aetl
public with the latest styles m phottfl
"Live and let live." Union Gil
Market, C. Musgrave, proprietor
Horrid of Henry
nenry, saia .Sirs, feck, mei
"In just a moment, my dir lul
leading about the Thaw ca-t dmi ul
"What! Do you mean to it tka
and tell me that you are interfiled a
that kind of rubbish? Hand me tV
paper immediately. The idea f t,i
husband and father, reading su- b so
dalous pshaw? This is last oigiri
edition. I wonder what Law?r W
mas did after the noon recess
Try our sausage, the very fines! si
quality. Globe Meat Market
Our Occasional Thought
A mouse can keep still for a loej
time, but a mouse trap can kee tiJti
a longer. This accounts for tne at
Ht DIME THEATRE
At the Academy
Latest Illustrated Songs and
Most Up-to-Date Moving
Pictures on the Chicago
Film Circuit. A good clean
entertainment for all, both
young and old.
2 performances every even
ing except Sunday, at 7:30
and 8:30 p. m.
GENERAL ADMISSION 10c
Call once and you call again, j
Railroad Addition Lots for Sale
$25.00 down, balance $12.50 per month
buys a nice level lot 50x100, in Railroad
Addition, street and alleys7 Now is the time
for you to take advantage of the best oppor
tunity offered in Greater Globe.
HOUSES SOLD ON INSTALLMENTS. LOTS FOR
SALE IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
We buy, rent, trade, sell, improved and unimproved
property. Lodging houses, boarding houses,
restaurants and business chances.
OUR DEALS ARE STRAIGHT, OUR BARGAINS GOOD.
Home Investment Company
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SUBOEONS
Offlco Booms, 5-7-9 Trust Building
Office Phone Main 1841
Eesidcnco, Dominion Hotel
W. R. NORTON Architect
H. C. Hopkins
U. S. MINERAL
Room 12, Globe Building
Room 12, Globe Building
Franz Lumber Co.
Lumber, doors, windows, paints,
oils, varriiihe and cement. All
kinds of builders material
Sole Agents for Douglas Cement
Yards located on Railroad Street one block
west of the Court House.