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great men in various flolds of usoful
activity, and is still nttonding to that
duty. And a good deal oho 'comes
out of Pittsburg." For instance, more
tons of freight como out of that city
than tho entire output of New York,
Chicago and Philadelphia, and it is all
good and usoful freight. A preacher
who goes up and down tho laud likening
any modern city to Sodom, tho city
whose Hidy "righteous man" was an
incestuous drunken beast, shuuld find
all towns either too warm or too eold
to afford him a comfortublo abiding
Murder will out. A man hiis arrest
id in New Mexico, for killing his broth
er thirty years ago.
No more steer roping contests and
the professional tyer will have to work
for a living now.
leromo can't lose. If he cannot
.prove Harry Thaw insane ho will prove
Pittsburg is under water and ac
cording to some of our contemporaries,
a good washout 'would do the Smoky
City a world of good.
A plungo into the maelstrom of tho
sloqk market, followed by a hard bump,
is no sign that you have reached the
bottom, Jt may have fallen out.
Senator liurton must tike it in jail,
as he refuses to borrow enough money
to pay his fine, ilut then, perhaps, his
credit has disappeared.
Kucoiiragiug home industry is nil
right until your broker calls you for
margins; then it becomes like unto Gen
eral Sherman's epigrammatic definition
It seem tshat our territorial legisla
ture could not even pass a four-cent
railroad fare bill. Anyhow, tho pub
lic be d d," as Commodore Vander-
liilt put it over a decade ago.
The l'ederation of Women's Clubs of
Arizona is lobbying for the passage of
juvenile court bill. If the federation
would do something to encourage wo
men to stay at home and bring up their
children properly there would be no
need of juvenile courts.
SURPRISE IN BOSTON
It is a bit.surprising to see tho Mich
igan .legislators voting to curb Calumet
A- Hecla's expansion indicy. The im
pression in this vicinity, where the
stock is chiefly owned, has been that
the reputation of the Calumet manage
ment for square- dealing made it in
vincible against attack, says tho Bos
ton Herald. This new move against it
shows how lampant legislators are now
adays against anything tending toward
monoxdy, even though tho tendency in
this case is ipiito natural and against
the schemes of a bigger and more wide
spread copper combination.
A TRAVELING SLANDERER
A special telegram to a Philadelphia
paper dated Milwaukee, March (5,
.states that an itinerant preacher
caused :i commotion in the center of the
busiuess district by declaring that the
fate of Sodom, and Gomorrah was to be
visited umiii Pittsbmg for the wicked
ness of its millionaires. "Thou wicked
City of Smoke!" he shouted, "thou sin
ner nmong the cities of the earth, thy
name shall be as that oC Sodom, the
wicked! Naught has ever come out
of thee but society women and filthy
minded men. ,'o storms of weeks past
have been a foTotaste of the wrath that
is to come." Preachers who preach
after that fashion .'ire a disgrace to
their profession. This man does not
know his Sodom nor his Pittsburg.
While it is true that a number of vety
unfragrant scandals havo been reported
from that city, the fact remains that
the people compare very well with those
of other American cities in morality, in
telligence, refinement, education, reli
gion and all else that goes to the make
up of a first-class, community. That
(onteniptuous and contemptible remark
about "society-women and filthy mind
ed men" is a vile calumny. Many of
the really gopd womon of that and ev
ery other Amorican city are society
women, As for "filthy-minded men,"
it is doubtful if tho worst of them over
indulge in more outrageous abuse of a
community than this preacher is bol
Inning out as he wends on his pilgrim
age from town to town. Some of tho
ically, great men of this nation arc
Pittsburgcrs. Tho greatest senator that
Pennsylvania has over had is a Pitts
burger, and it may bo truthfully said
that, at this time, no state has a greater
senator. Philander C. Knqx in the sen
ate is continuing the same' kind of work
that made him one of the greatest at
torney generals that has ever sorved
the country. Pittsburg has furnished
its full rpiotn of the wise and good and
Hear Keith sing "Good Old U. S.
A." at the Iris tonight.
Sowing machines for rout or sale at
Singer store in Trust building, noxt to
telegraph office. 141
See the IMo Pass and Logging Scone
at the his tonight.
Articles of Incorporation
KNOW ALL MEN BV THESE. PRES
ENTS: That we, Julius A. Hobson, .lames W.
Graves, Lewis I). Aylott, Thos. Arm
strong, Frank P. Itynn, John W. Mas-
sie and . H. Mercer do hereby asso
ciate ourselves together for the pur
pose of forming a corporation undor tho
laws of the Territory of Arizona, and
for this purpose wo do horoby declare
and adopt the following Articles of In
corporation: ARTICLE I.
The names of tho incnrorators aro:
Julius A. Hobson, of Richmond, Vir
ginia, James W. Graves, of Richmond, Vir
ginia, Lewis D. Aylott, of Richmond, Vir
ginia, Thos. Armstrong, of Richmond, Vir
ginia, Frank P. Ryan, of Richmond, Vir
ginia, John V. Massie, of Richmond, Vir-
W. 11. Morcor, of Olobo, Arizona.
The name of the corporation .shall be
THK VIIjpiN'IA-ARIZONA COPPER
COMPANY, and the principal plaqe of
transacting business of this corporation
shall bo at Globe, Gila County, Terri
tory of Arizona, at which place the
meetings of stockholders and directors
shall be had and held, provided, 'how
ever, that branch offices" may-be estab
lished and maintained at such other
place or places, cither within or with
out the Torritory of Arizona, as th(?
Hoard of Directors may from time to.
time dotormine, and at any of these of
fices meotsngs of tho stockholders and
directors may bo held and all business
The general nature of tho business
proposed to be transacted by this cor
poration is to locate, buy, bond, ac
quire, hold, own, lease, possess, operate,
or sell or otherwiso dispose of mines
and mining claims, or prospects, of gold,
silver or copper, and all other minerals,
and all kinds of mineral lands or prop
erties; to buy, lease, or otherwise ac
quire, to hold and own, manage, opor
ato, improve, mortgage, sell or convey
or otherwise dispose of any developed
lands, concessions, franchises, mining
claims, oil wells, and any and all other
real estate and interests in any of said
properties; to engago in the building
of stamp mills, smelters and other mills
and the operating of the same, extraet
ing precious metals, lwring, digging,
drilling, tunnelling and exploring for,
producing, refining, treating, piping,
handling, storing, dealing in, buying
and selling gold, silver, copper, coal,
iron, oil, lead, zinc, salt, petroleum, min
eral gas, asphaltum, bitumen, bitumin
ous rock, and other inincrnl'Tind hydro
carbon substances, and for sueh pur
poses to buy, contract for, lease or
otherwise acquire hold, own, manage,
operate, mortgage or sell or otherwise
convey, refineries, pipe lines, tank cars,
manufactories, machinery Sand other
works, property and appliances and
rights-of-way that may be neecssary or
convenient or appurtenant for tho pur
poses of said corporation; to manufac
ture electricity, obtain rights of way,
erect joles, string wires, and buy or
sell electricity; to carry on and control
a general merchandise, forwarding, com
mission and storage business nnd to
that end to deal in any and all com
modities of every kind conducive to the
successful conduct of said business; to
buy, procure, hold, own, soli, construct,
equip, mortgage, maintain and opcrato
railroads, steamships, ferries, tramways,
stage lines, automobiles and any nnd
all other kinds of transportation, in
cluding equipments thereof and there
for, for mining or transporting, or for
other lawful use of business; to own,
handle or control letters pat
ent and inventions; to purchase
or otherwiso acquire, hold, own, pledge,
hyiKithecatc, sell or dispose of tho cap
ital stock of this or other corporations,
and also bonds, debentures, bills, prom
issorv notes, inortfriipes nnd Tilnlrrm nf
other partnerships, corporation!) and per
sons; to borrow money and execute
bonds, notes, mortgages and' deeds of
trust to secure the same. Ono of the
special objects of tho corporation is
for the purposo of acquiring nnd 'oper
ating what is known as tho "Cren
shaw Group" locnted in Gila and Pinal
Counties, in the Pinto Sectiftn, about 12
nines rrom iiione, Arizona, paying
theiefor in cash or stock of this cor
poration, or part in bqt'h; to acquire
by consolidation or combination shares
of other companies; to hnvo tho right
to issue preferred shares and the same
to be guaranteed to pay a stated an
nual dividend as may be deemed advisable-
by the Board of Directors; and
in general to do and perform any and
all acts and things necessary for and
incidental to the objects aforesaid or in
anywise connected theiewith, all of
which business or occupations may be
carried on at such placos, either in the
United Stntes of Amorlca or foroign
countries, as tho Board of Directors
may deem best for tho interests of the
Tho authorized capital of this cor
poration is and shall bo tho sum of Two
Million Dollars ($2,000,000), which cap
ital stock shall bo divided into two
hundred thousand shares of tho par
value of $10.00 each share. At such
times and under such conditions as the
Board of Directors may diroct, such cap
ital stock shall bo paid into tho cor
poration, eithor in ensh or by sale and
transfer to it of real or personal prop
erty, or by sorvices for the uso and
purpose of said corporation, in pnymout
of which shares of tho capital stock
shall bo issued, and said stock wheu
issued shall bo fully paid and nou-ns-scssable,
and tho judgmont of tho Board
of Directors as to tho value of tho prop
erty purchased or sorvices rendered
shall be conclusive.
The time of the commencement of
this corporation shall be tho time when
these articles aro filed in the office of
tho County Recordor of Gila County,
Torritory. of Arizona, provided that a
certified copy thereof shall bo filed in
the office of the Territoiinl Auditor of
Arizona; publication of said articles
shall bo mado, and allldavit of- such
publication filed, in the manner and at
the time required by luw. Tho termina
tion of this corporation shall bo twenty
five yours tiom and after the date of
filing a certified eopy,of said ai tides
in tho oil no of the A 'tor of tho Ter
ritory of Arizona.
Tho atrairs of this corporation shall
be conducted by a Board of ten diiect
ors, "olected annually by, and from
nmong, the .stockholders, but the num
ber of directors may bo increased by
vote of tho directors,, and in the event
of such inctcaso occurring, then such
additional membership shall bo filled
by tho Board. Tho first annual meeting
pf stockholders for this purposo nnd for
the transaction of such other busiuess
as may proporly como before them,
shall bo hold on the 1st Wednesday-of
February of the year 1U0S, and such
annual meeting ahull thereafter be held
pn tio same day in each succeeding
Tho officers of this corporation shall
consist of a President, Vice President, a
Secretary and a Treasurer, though tho
last two offices may bo hold by ouo
person. The following named porsons
ihall constitute the Bonn.' of Directors
until their successors nre o.'ected:
G. R. Westfoldt, Now Orleans, La.
Wnllor Bennett, Richmond, ,Ky.
Lewis D. Aylottr Richmond, Va.
Thos. Armstrong, Richmond. Va.
Frank 1'. Ryan, Richmond, Va.
John V. Massie, Rich'.uond, Va.
Julius A- Hobson, Richmond, Vn.
James W. Graves, Richmond, Vn.
George J. Stonoinan, Globe, Arizona.
J. N. Porter, Globo, Arizona.
Thereafter the Board of Directors
jhall be elected by tho stockholders at
their annual mootiugj, and the follow
ing named person's am hereby mado and
.'onstitutcd the oflicors of this corpora
tion until their successors are elected,
James W. Graves, President, Rich
piond, Va. ,
Julius A. lIobs)n, Vice Presidont,
Thos. Armstrong, Secretary & Treas
urer, Richmond, Va.
The Board of Directors shall have
power to fill all vacancies in such Board
,ir officers of the Company, caused by
csiguatiou or otherwise, and until their
successors aro olected and qualified such
Board and such oflicors are hereby giv
n tho power and authority to do and
iqrform any and all duties usually con
pected with like offices, which -lowers
mil duties, while so acting as officers
ind directors of this corporation, shall
include the adoption of a corporate seal
and the affixing thereof to any stock
certificates or other instruments of
writing which may bo issued or exe
uted by them under the powers herein
qnferred, as well as the adoption of
ill necessary By-Laws for internal con
duct and management of the affairs of
, Meetings of the Board of Directors
may be held at such times and places
as may bo desigaated by the By-Laws
or by Resolution of the Board of Di
ectors. The By-Laws may prescribe
the number of directors necessary to
onstitnte a quorum of the Board of
Directors, which number may bo less
than a majority of the whole number of
The Board of Directors may appoint
an Executive Committee, of which a
majority shall constitute a quorum,
which Committee shall have and may
exercise all or any of the powers of
the Board of Directors, including power
o cause the seal of tho corporation to
be affixed -to all papers that may re
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which tho corporation
shall at any tune subject itsolf shall
be and is hereby fixed nt the sum of
The privato property of the stock
holders and directors of this corporation
shall bo exempt from liability for tho
payment of corporato debts of any
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the incor
porators have hereunto set thoir hands
this 2lith day of Fobruary, 1907.
JULIUS A. HOBSON (L.S.)
JAMES W. GRAVES (L.S.) I
LKWIS D. AYLETT (L.S.)
THOS. ARMSTRONG (L.S.)
FRANK P. RYAN (L.S.)
JOHN W. MASSIE (L.S.)
W. II. MERCER (L.S.)
Make Your Wants Know Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
Advertisements under llils head lu cents per line the tlrst insertion and deems per line each
bubscquent Insertion. Hy the niomii. tl.oo per line No ad Inserted for less Uiun .u cents. All
nils under this beiul must lie paid tor In ndvanco. DUcoimt to rcsuiur advertisers
We havo letters for O II P; O L C;
E P S and X Y Z.
WANTED Competent, waiters at the
WANTED To trade house and lot in
East Globo for house or lot on Pas
cue hill. Home In v. Co. tf
WANTED TO RENT A four room
. house unfurnished:! Inquiin nt the
Silver Belt office. tf
WANTED Four boys to soil us clean
cotton lags for wiping presses. Sil
ver Belt, .
WANTED To trado building lot In
East Globe for lot on Pascoe hill.
Will pay diffcienco in price. Address
B. C, Silver Belt. 133
FOR SALE Threo room house with
pantry and cellar, opposite the Cen
tral school. Apply to James R. Wall.
Best view of Globo. 142
FOR SALE Five-room house, price
$850; easy terms and only $200 down.
Apply room 28, Trust building. 113
WANTED Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping for couple without chil
dren. G. E. M., this ollice. 13(5
SITUATION WANTED Experienced
bookkeeper and accountant wants a
set of books, meicantile or mining, to
keep evenings. Address C. I'. M., box
102, City. VJ6
POSITION WANTED Lady stenog
rapher, experienced, wants osition.
Address P. O. box 1000. 132
FOR SALE Fine milch cow. Inquire
at Silver Belt office. tf
FOR SALE Restaurant.
FOR RENT Several neatly furnished
looms at the McKcvitl house, noith
of bridge, over Angius & Zonovidi
groeeiy store, 151
FOR RENT Two room house. Inquire
at Silver Belt ollice. if
LOST AND FOUND
WANTED Inspiration stock.
A. B. C.,this ollice.
J LOST Pocket book containing receipts
Address-! and two telegrams, Leave at this
3i office and receive rewind. tf
A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING
Is one of Globe's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class in
liif line. Call and be convinced.
Choice beef, pasture fed and the fiij
est to be had anywhere. Globe Meat
Screeching comedy, "Rescued in. Mid
Air," at the his tonight.
If .you want something oxtrn nice in
w?ll paper, got .to Ryan's.
See Mack and Jim at the Wengi. oa
Money to loan on good security. Ad
dress W., Box 971, city.
Hear Keith sing "Good Old U. S.
A." at the Iris tonight.
Go to Buxton & Mcrritt for tho finest
line of wall paper and house decora
tions of every description
Get in out of the dust 'and drink the
biggest beer in town at the Wedge.
"Now, when the cabinet meets."
"What constitutes a quorum V
"Why, tho piesidcnt and Mr.
.elyou. ' "
"Live and let live." Union Cash
Market, C. Musgravo, proprietor.
Just received a carload of the vcr,
latest designs in wall paper designs ol
1007. Buxton & Merritt.-
Go to Kyan's
When you want magazines, confection
cry, books, stationery, ammunition or
gruphophonc Record'-. Souvenir postale
Choice hams and bac.on, none finei
Globe Meat Market. '
See the Ute Pass ami Log'ging Scene
at the Iris tonight.
Stage to Gibson Mine
Stago will leave each Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday mornings at 9:30 a
in., from Barclay L Higdon's corral.
And Small Wonder
"Were you really erazyi" they ask
Vd of Hamlet.
"I'll tell you the -truth," answered
that worthy. "After listening to tho
experts for a week, I was."
I Look! Look! Look! j
Bed and Springs from $7.00 up
Couches from $7.50 up
I Davenports from $9.00 up
Dressers from $10.50 up f
These prices for this week. Buy now and f
Many other bargains. Come and see for j
. yourself. j
We receive Kansas poultry
week. Globe Meat Market.
Decorate Your Home
Go Jo Ryan's for a varied assortment
of wall paper.
Try our sausage, the very finest in
quality. Globe Meat Market.
Fine fresh Kansas jwjrk.
The finest Jme ol wall papers cvei
shown in Globe. Buxton & Merritt.
Hear Keith sing "Good
A." at the Iris tonight.
Old IT. S.
First-class work at bed rock
Buxton & Merritt, the painters.
Parties wanting brick can havo thejr
wants promptly supplied by leaving
their orders nt the office of
GIBSON & HENDERSON.
Mines and Stock Exchange, Globe, Ariz.
1 Globe Real Estate Office
STATE OF VIRGINIA,
City of Richmond. ss.
On this day, before me, G. A. Han
son, a Notary Public in and for the
City of Richmond, State of Virginia
aforesaid, personally appeared Julius
A. Hobson, Jnmes W. Graves, Lewis D.
Aylott, Tho.s. Arrastiong, Frank P. Ry
an nnd John W. Massie, personally
known to me to bo tho porsons whoso
names nro subscribed to the foregoing
instrument, nnd acknowledged" to mo
that; they signed tho same for tho pur
poses and consideration therein ex
pressed. Given under my hand and official seal
'this 2flth day of February, 1907.
G. A. HANSON,
(G. A. Hanson Notary Public Richmond,
My com., expires Aug. 31, 1907.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
Rofore me, E. G. Clark, a Notary Pub
lic in and for the County of Gila, Ter
ritory of Arizona, on this day person
ally appeared W. II. Moreer, known to
We have moved into our permanent quart
ers and will be pleased to serve you.
Call and see us before buying any
Real Estate. We may have just what you
are looking for.
We have unimproved properly in any
section of the city and a good assortment
of homes. Some furnished.
We can loan you money to build a
home and stop that rent.
GLOBE REAL ESTATE OFFICE
F. L. TOOMBS, Manager
Next Door to Silver Belt
Comparing quality our prices cannot be
McNEIL'S FURNITURE STORE
,SAY? Where do you trade?
Why," at Mill Williams, of course, for
he carries a complete "line of everything.
WM; MILL WILLIAMS
Smoke the Old Reliable
La International Cip
El Paso --- Texas
The Finest Resort in Globe
. Popular with all classes winter and summer. Re
freshments of all kinds. Choice Cigars, Wines
Schlitz and Anheuser-Busch Beer always on Draught
, "Life of a Cowboy" tonight attH
. Iris Theater.
DR. P. B. CALER
Oflice over Hitchcock's Drug Store
DRS, WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Office Rooms, 5-7-9 Trust Building
Office Phono Main 181
Residence, Dominion Hotel
GEO. J. STONEMAN
Attorney At Law
Office in the Butler Building
GLOBE, - ARIZONA
mo to bo tho porson whose name is sub
scribed to the forcRoing instrument, nnd
ncknowlcdgcd to mo that he executed
tlio siiuio for tho purposes and consider
ation therein expressed.
Oiven under my hand and seal of
office this Twelfth day of March, A. D.
1007. K. G. CLARK,
Notary Public in and for Gila County,
Territory of Arizona.
(E. G. Clark Notary Public Gila Coun
ty, Arizona.) I
- My coininissian expires August 2.1rd,
Filed and ro'orded at tho request of
W, II. Mereerlon the 13 day of March,
A. D., 1907 oV4 o'clock P. M.
E. T. STjSWART, County Recorder.
By L. M..Rrookner, Deputy Recorder.
TERRITORY" OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
I, E. T. Stewart, County Recorder in
and for the County of Gila, Territory
of Arizona, do hereby certify that tlio
above and foregoing; contain and consti
tute a full, tine and conect copy of
Articles of Incorporation of tho "The
Virginta'Arizona Copper Company" as
tho same nppears of rccoid in my office
in Book 1 Corporations at page 113;
that I have compaied the same with tho
original iccord and that tho same is a
true transcript and of tho whole thereof.
Given under my hand and senl of
oflico this 13th day of March, A. D.
1907. E. T. STEWART,
County Recorder, Gila County, A. T.
(Seal) By L. M. Brookner,
130 Deputy Recorder.
Fay G. MacConnell
Work of Any Character
Room 2, Trust Building, GLOBE, ARIZ.
Hotel Dominion Phone 1341
Office: ROOMS 1-3 TRUST BUILDING
GEORGE K. FRENCH
MRS. HENRY REED
Front Suite upstairs, New Toombs Bldg.
ANYTHING YOU WANT1.
Of the quality you want, in the
quantity you require, is our of
fer in Meats and Poultry
Another offer we propose
careful handling, cutting and
Still another, lowest selling
price the market will warrant
With such a combination.
roved by years of squar
eating, ought we not to liave
Pioneer Meat Co.
Anderson & Blake
Fresh Cr,eam and Bu ter
milk in any quantity and
always on hand
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
W. L. DECKER
VETERINARY SUKGEON AND
HORSE DENTIST '
Office: Slmte's Livery Stable.
J. W, WALTER
Will carry on his business
- . - . r.J.nrHS
mo 1st or marcn in tu
Neff 's store. All clothes raid' "
order will be. made at home
the latest styles. Ea5
Prices. Satisfaction guaran
! mmv r