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Saturday, March 16, 1907
THE BACHELOR MAN'
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
I Tl- unmarried ladies" of Wake
HeW. M',s-' ,li,V1' I ' itiol tho state
na". to tax bachelors, who "areMif
'earthly up. avi as pall bearers."
() lawmakers, pause! Tlion tax iC you
ll,(. hnmolPHs and wifeless lone- bachelor
X(, ,,e isay tin' unciieiui-iaiiies; at all,
fxttyt now ami tlion to carry a tall
Thiish "'lu,ro' .v ",0 wn.v l'0ld these
. ,i,.'.l more unselfnh or welcomed or
after ho had served mo well in a dilli
milt ease, I remonstrated with him
about the smallness of tho fee.
" 'W'H,' ho said, smiling and smell
ing tho flower in his buttonhole, 'I, you
know, am not that type of lawyer
whoso client onco said:
"'"I novur, was entirely ruined
but twice. Onco when 1 lost u lawsuit
and onco whon 1 gained one." ' "
and Lizzio on tho southwest. MILTON
R. MOORE, Rogistor.
First publication March 12, 1907. 18
.r leads au exemplary life.
r arrested for' heating his
it's always some .sinner ux-
.,iui '- his lady when feeling eon-
h" Kct-ps the courts ojiock-n-hlook
I,; lots? XeverJ Tho hubbies,
lit . oiire.
.,, tii. ii.i.-lit'lor, should ho got homo
.,! i . one iiimii' wiiiiii wiving ni.s
There are times when self possession
is necessary and when it is mako it
Articles of Incorporation
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 2113.
United States Land Olllcc, Phoenix,
Arizona, February 10, 1007. Notice is
hereby .givon that B. A. Wayne, of
Globe, Arizona, as attorney in fact for
the Globo-Doston Copper Mining Com
pany, has mado application for patent
to the Silver Star and Bnstcrn Star lode
mining claims, Survov No. 2321. situ
ated in tho Globo Mining District, Giln
County, in Sec. 13, Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E.,
G. & S. If. B. & M., described as fol
lows: Silver Star Reinnninir at Cor.
u,l A c ouId Income of all nephows
:,ii. nieces .
ftithi.nt !.! hclor uncles to romp into
If ;i.. m.irried aio bettor than those
wl' are single,
)V Klu'lHan1 ' maligned in the niirs-
,'t i ingle;
, 3, micd and married and mar
f,i, to tiiee, is ji Kmjj among
Aii (lean the Eighth, with his half
. . a wives.
)-f,j ,iui "t the taxlessest possible lives;
ill, uB.ne t i I'littern, yard-wide ami
i, i woollen.
It (r ii.l . iioji tin- head off the Inckloss
!.t tBi '. lor hide with his books
.... . Li, pipe.
us tie s inarKcu as a tax
ii iit and grim , the poor fel
, i' n seem,
.-( vision illumines hit
. t.-,i .1.,'
c s.-.-, iii the smoke wreaths a
a muiiiuirs: 'Ah, me!, What
. - iv,e was Grace!
fit si, out Well, his was
Hid she's fierce, and she's
s bo,s. ' '
knows, the groat Vor
wasted words and de
g that approached garrul
liernian army oflicorf
' ' rriiing nn anecdote illus-
Mi 'h- mis leaving Rerlin on n
?- i i .lust before the train
' '" station a captain of
':- -rir- the general's compart--
,r .-. ignizing, saluted with
' . ". Kxccllenz."
, ,twr tI0 trnjn nlowcd up at
- I he captain rose, salut-
't " mother "Giften morgon,
oo of his companions
i '. vith an expression of
:k,-j v sgust, "Intolerable gas
, i.t- s Weekly.
Departs Can Carry a Grudge
' " " was emploj-cd with
r s n 'not in Bangkok, Sinm,
1 '' 1P-I a steel goad in dc-
- I'o.ngs. The result whs
' ' made frequent at
" v ' m , m. and finally the man
'0.t:.-e i Nearly four years af
:"1 ' most remarkable coinci-
"t. t&ft -(Cohant nml nmlinot mnl
m m. Burma, and no soon-
inker out of sight of
well into the forest
trunk up backward,
"M-eutor bv the neel'-
' ground, and in an in
" forefoot had crushed
' n. -The Circle.
io. J, whonco the N. B. Cor. of Sec.
13, Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E.f G. & S. It. B. &
M., bears N. 78 deg. 42 min. B. 2000.4
fcot; thonco S. 10 deg. 4 min. W. J41G.3
feet to Cor. No. 2; thoace N. SI dog.
20 min. W. 000 feet to Cor. No. 3;
tlionce i. 40 deg. 4 min. E. 1410.3 feot
to Cor. Nti. 4; thence S. 51 deg. 20 min.
B. 000 feet to Cor. No. 1, tho place of
beginning. Conflict with the Pinal lode
Jlaim, Survoy No. S19, containing .130
acre, is excluded. Eastorn Star Begin
ning at Cor. No. 1, whonco tho N. E.
Cor. of Sec. 13, To. 1 N.. R. 15 E.. G.
& S. It. B. & M., bears N. 04 deg. 30
min. B. 1751.7 feot; thonco S. 39 dog.
JO min. W. 1410.1 feet to Cor. No. 2;
thence N. 51 deg. 20 min. V. 573.3 feot
to Cor. No. 3; thonco N. 40 deg. 4 min.
fi. 1410.3 feot to Cor. No. 4? thnnnn R
51 dog. 2G min. E. 501.9 feot to Cor. No.
I, the placo of boginning. Conflict with
tho Pinal lodo claim, suivoy No. 319,
Jonlaiiiing .23S acre, is oxcluded. Loca
tion notices aro recorded in ltocords of
.lines, County Recorder's office, Gila
County, as follows: Silver Star, Book
3, page 550, amended, Book 3, page
557, amended, Book S, page 301; East
ern Star, original, Book 3, page 550,
amended, Book S, pago 305. Adjoiuiug
and conflicting claims, as shown by the
plat of survey, aro unknown claim and
the llechtmnn and Gill on the northeast,
Garrett on tho southeast, Satisfaction,
Pinal and Barney on tho southwest, nud
an unknown claim on tho northwoat.
.MILTON 11. MOOltE, Register.
First publication February 23, 190
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MINERAL APPLICATION No. 238.
United States Land Office, Phoenix,
Arizona, March 9, 1907. Notice is here
by given that S. F. Sullcnborgor, of
Globe, Arizona, as attorney in fact for
loan .1. Cramer, has mado application
ior patent to the OHIO BOY lode, Sur
rey No. 232S, Sec. 25, Twp. 1 Nv It.
15 E., G. & S. R. B. & M., nnd described
as follows: Beginning at Cor. No. 1,
whence the N. B. Cor. of Sec. 25 Tp.
t N., It. 15 E., G. & S. R. B. & M.,
boars N. 71 deg. 40" min. B. 390.16 fcot;
ihoncc S. 11 deg. 49 miu. E. 007.5 feet
to Cor. No. 2; thonco S. C9 deg. fi min
W. 1499.5 feet to Cor. No. 3; thence
-N. 11 dog. 49 min. W. 007.5 feet to Cor.
No. 4; thenco N. 09 deg. 0 min. E.
1499.5 fcot to Cor. No. 1, the placo of
beginning. Location notices aro rec
orded in Records of Mines, County Rec
order's office, Gila county, as follows:
Original, Book 6, page 170; amended,
Book 12, page 202. Adjoining claims
aro Lime Rock on the north; Ohio Boy
No. 2 on tho east; Ohio Boy No. 3 on
tho south; and Ohio Boy No. 5 on the
west. MILTON It. MOORB, Register.
First publication March 13, 1907. 190
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Beaections of a Bachelor
- 4 retty good full unless
-' nig at it.
' get awful lonesome
''" ' keep only good com-
'" can hate as. much
s smarter than you
' us for a man being
- is that nobody else
as mad to call her a
'ighteen .as it does
Blind Tootball Fans
undred inmates of
t evening an ofiicer
,n 'ho announcement in
special edition for
""'is a burst of ap
n'ling was over, fob
f animated discus-
a ' said M.'II. Ming
f. "what a keen in
'kc in field sports.
n"iie of football in
'ecu to a game of
'' n blintl voutli.
' 'ho players"
'h,,in all and every
j, -n." London Daily
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 237.
United States Land Office, Phoenix,
rizona, March 9, 1907. Notice is here
by given that S. F. Sullcnborgor, of
Globe, Arizona, as nttornoy in fact for
folin J. Cramer, has made application
for patent to tho OHIO BOY No. 4 lode,
Survey No. 2318, situated in the Globo
Mining District, Gila County, Arizona,
in Section Twenty-five (25), Township
Ono (1) NortV""Kago Flffeon (15)
Bast, G. & S. It. B. & M., and described
As follows: Beginning at Cor. No. 1,
whence the N. ', Cor. of Sec. 25, Tp.
1 N., It. 15 B., G. & S. It. B. & M.,
bears N. 53 deg. 34 min. W. 88.70 feot,
thonco N. SO deg. 54 min. E. 818.0 feet
to Cor. No. '2'K thenco S. 1 min. B. 000
feet to Cor. No. 3; thenco S. 80 dog.
j min. W. 848.0 feot to Cor. No. 4;
thence N. 1 min. W. 000 feot to Cor.
No. 1, tho place of boglnnlug: Loca
tion, notices aro recorded in Records of
Mines, County Recorder's office, Gila
County, as follows: Original, Book 9,
pago 172; amended, Book 10, pago 514;
amended, Book 8, pago 340. Adjoining
claims aro Clinton on the nortlrwost,
Best Ever on the north, Lime Rock on
tho east, Ohio Boy No. 5 on tho south
and Lime Ledge and Pay Itoek on the
west. MILTON R. MOORB, Register.
First publication March 12, 1907. 189
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MINERAL APPLICATION No. 235.
United States Land Office, Phoonix,
Arizona, March 9, 1907. Notico is hore
by givon that E. A. Wayno, of Globe,
Arizona, as attorney in fact for Globo
Consolidated Coppor Company, has mado
application for patont to tho GEM lodo,
Survey No. 2301, situated in the Globo
Mining District, Gila County, Arizona,
in Sec. 13, Twp. 1 N., It. 15 E., G. & S.
It. B. & M., and described as follows:
Boginning at Cor. No. 1, whonco tho
B. Vi Cor. of Sec. 13, Tp. 1 N., It. 15
B., 0. & S. It. B. & M. boars N. 30 dog.
1 min. B. 1002.2 fcot; thenco S. 40 deg.
50 min. B. 211.0 feet to Cor. No. 2;
thenco S. 30 deg. 20 min. B. 277.02 fcot
to Cor. No. 3; thence S. 77 deg. 42 min.
W. 30.0S feot to Cor. No. 4; thonce S.
51 deg. 43 min. W. 1312.5 feet to Cor.
No. 5; thenco N. 40 dog. 50 min. W.
500.5 feot to Cor. No. G; thonco N. 02
deg. 25 min. B. 535.2 fcot to Cor. No.
7; thenco N. 51 deg. 0 min. B. 839.8
feet to Cor. No. .1, tho place of begin
ning. Conflict with the Lizzie lodo
claim, Survoy No. 1109, containing .830
aero, is excluded. Location notices are
recorded in Records of Mines, County
Recorder's oflico, Gila County, as fol
lows: Original, Book 3, pago 502;
amended, Book 8, pago .212; amondod,
Book 8, pngo 350. Adjoining nnd con
flicting claims aro Futuro Coppor and
Pinal on tho northwest; Annie, El Paso
and Cochiso on tho northeast; Defiance,
Victory and Lizzie on the southeast;
KNOW ALL MEN BV THESE PRES
ENTS: That we, Julius A. Hobson, James W.
Graves, Lewis 1). Aylott, Thus. Ann
strong, Frank P. Ryan, John W. Mas-
sio and W. 11. Morcor do hereby asso
ciate oursolves togothor for tho pur
pose of forming a corporation under the
laws of tho Territory of Arizona, and
for this purpose wo do hereby doclaro
and adopt tho following Articles of In
corporation: ARTICLE I.
Tho names of tho incorporators aro:
Julius A. Hobson, of Richmond, AMr
gtnia, James W. Graves, of Richmond,' Vir
ginia, Lewis I). Aylett. of Richmond, Vir
Thus. Armstrong, of Richmond, Vir
ginia, Frank P. Ryan, of Itichnumd, A'ir
ginia, John W. .Massie, of Richmond, Vir
W. II. Mercer, of Globe, Arizona.
The name of the corporation shall bo
THE VIRGINIA-ARIZONA COPPER
COMPANY", and the principal placo 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 bo had and held, provided, how
ever, that branch olllccs may bo estab
lished and maintained at such other
placo or places, either within or with
out tho Territory of Arizona, as the
Hoard ot Directors may from tnno to
time determine, and at any of theso of
fices meetings of tho stockholders and
directors may bo held and nil business
The general nature of tho business
prntmscd to be transacted by this cor
jKiration is to locate, buy, bond, ue
ptire, hold, own, lease, possess, operate,
or sell or otherwise dispose of mines
and mining claims, or prospects, of gold,
silver or eopper, and all other minerals,
anil all kinds ot mineral lands or prop
erties; to buy, lease, or otherwise ac
quire, to hold and own, manage, opor
ate, 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 inturests in anv of said
properties; to engage in the building
of stamp mills, smolters and other mills
and the operating of the same, extract
ing piecious metals, boring, digging,
drilling, tunnelling and exploring for,
producing, refining, treating, piping,
handling, storing, dealing iu, buying
and soiling gold, silver, copper, coal,
iron, oil, lead, ziiic, salt, petroleum, min
eral gas, asphaltum, bitumen, bitumin
ous rock, and other minerals and hydro
carbon substances, and for such pur
poses to buy, contract for, leaso or
othcrwiso acquire, hold, own, manage,
operate, mortgage or soil or otherwise
.-ouvoy, refineries, pipe lines, tank cars!
manufactories, machinery and other
works, property nnd appliances and
rights-of-way that may be necessary or
onvcuient or appurtenant for the pur
poses of said corporation; to manufac
ture electricity, obtain rights of way,
erect poles, string wires, and buy or
ell electricity; to carry on and control
a general merchandise, forwarding, com
mission and storage business and to
that end to deal in any and all com
modities of every kind conducivo to the
successful conduct of said business; to
buy, procure, hold, own, sell, construct,
equip, mortgage, maintain and operate
railroads, steamships, ferries, tramways,
stage lines, automobiles and any and
all other kinds of transportation, in
cluding equipments thereof and there
for, for mining or transporting, or for
jther lawful use of business; to own,
handle or control letters pat
ent and inventions; to purchase
or otherwise acquire, hold, own, pledge,
hypothecate, soli or disposo of tho cap
ital stock of this or othor corporations,
and also bonds,Mlebentures, bills, prom
issory notes, mortgages anil pledges of
other partnerships, corporations nnd per
sons; to borrow money and execute
bonds, notes; mortgages and deeds of
trust to secure the same. One of the
special objects of the corporation is
for the purpose of acquiring and oper
ating what is known as tho "Cren
shaw Group" located in Gila and Pinal
Counties, iu the Pinto Section, about 12
miles from Globe, Arizona, paying
therefor in cash or stock of this cor
poration, or part in both; to acquire
by consolidation or combination shares
of other companies; to have tho right
to issue preferred shares and tho same
to bo guaranteed to pay a stated an
imal dividend as may be deemed ad
visablo by tho 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 therewith, all of
which business or occupations may be
carried on at such places, cither in the
United States of America or foreign
countries, as tho Board of Directors
may deem best for tho interests of the
The authorized capital of this coi
poration is and shall bo tho sum of Two
Million Dollars ($2,000,000), which cap
ital stock shall bo divided into two
hundred tliotisnml shares of tho par
value of $10.00 each share. At such
times nnd under such conditions as tho
Board of Directors may direct, such enp
ital stock shall bo paid into the cor
poration, either in cash or by salo and
transfer to it of real or personal prop
erty, or bj" services for the use and.
purpose of said corporation, in payment
of which shares of tho capital stock
shall be issued, nnd said stock when
issued shall bo fully paid and non-assessable,
and tho judgment of tho Board
of Directors as to tho valuo of tho prop
erty .purchased or services rendered
shall bo conclusive.
Tho time of the commencement of
this corporation shall bo tho timo when
theso nrtieles aro filed in tho ofilco of
tho County Jfecorder of Gila County,
TorriUry of Arizona, provided that a
certified copy thereof shall bo filed in
tho office of the Territorial Auditor of
Arizona; publication of said articlos
shall bo made, and affidavit of such
publication fllcdj in the manner and at
tho timo required by law. Tho termina
tion of this corporation shall be twenty
five years from and after tho dnto of
filing a certified copy of said articles
in the office of the A 'tor of. tho Ter
ritory of Arizona.
Tho affairs of this corporation shall
bo conducfed by a Board of ton direct
ors, elected annually by, and from
among, the stockholders, but the mini
ber of directors may bo increased bv
vote of tho directors, and in the event
of suck increase occurring, theu such
additional membership shall bo filled
by the Board. Tho first annual meeting
of stockholders for this purpose and for
tho transaction of such othor business
as may-- properly comu before them,
shall be hold on tho 1st Wednesdny of
February of the year 190S, audjasucli
annual meeting shall thereafter bWold
on tho same day iu each succeeding
Tho officers of this corporation shall
consist of a President, Vice President, a
Socretary and a Treasurer, though tho
last two offices may be hold by one
person. The following named persona
shall constituto tho Board of Directors
until their successors are elected:
G. It. Wostfeldt, New Orleans, La..'
Waller Bennott, Richmond, Ky.
Lewis D.'Aylctt, Richmond, Va.
Thos. Armstrong, Richmond, Va.
Frank P. Ifynn, Richmond, Va.
John W. Massie, Richmond, Va.
.Julius A. Hobson, Richmond, Va.
James W. Graves, Richmond, Va.
George J. Stoneman, Globe, Arizona.
J. xv. Porter, Globe, Arizona.
Thereafter the Board of Directors
shall be elected by the stockholders at
their annual meetings, and the follow
iug named persons are hereby made and
constituted the officers of this coriwra
tion until their successors aro elected,
James W. Graves, President, Rich
Julius A. Hobson, Vjco President,
Thos. Armstrong. Secretary & Treas
urer, Richmond, Va. " -
I he .Board of Directors shall havo
power to fill all vacancies in such Board
or officer of tho Company, caused by
resignation or'otherwise, and until their
successors aro elected and qualified such
Uoartl and such officers aro hereby giv
en the power and authority to do and
perform any and all duties usually con
nected with like ofliceS, which powers
and duties, while so acting as officers
and dircctorsf this corporationshall
include tho adoption of a corporate seal
and the affixing thereof to any stock
certificates or other instruments of
writing which may bo issued or exe
cuted by them under the powers horeiu
conferred, as well as 4ho adoption of
an necessary By-Laws for internal con
duct and management of tho affairs of
Meetings of the Board of Directors
may be held at such times and places
as may be designated by tiio By-Laws
or uy Kcsotutton of the Board of Di
rectors. The By-Laws may prescribe
the number of directors necessary to
constituto 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
cxorcis.c all or any of the powers of
the Board of Directors, including power
to cause the seal of the corporation to
oo allixed to all papers that may re
The highest amount of "indebtedness
or liability to which tho corporation
shall at any time subject itself shall
be and is hereby fixed at the sum of
The private property of the stock
holders and directors of this corporation
shall be oiampt from liability for tho
payment of corporate dobts of any
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Incor
porators have hereunto set their hands
this 20th day of February, 1907.
JULIUS A. HOBSON
JAMES W. GRAVES
LEWIS D. AYLETT
FRANK P. It VAN .
JOHN W. MA3SIB
W. II. MERCER
of Arizona, do hereby certify that tho
abovo and foregoing contnin and consti-
tuto a tun, truo nnd correct conv of
Articles of Incorporation of tho "Tho
Virginin-Arizoiin Coppor Company" as
the same appears of record in my office
in Book 1 Corporations at pago 443;
that I havo comparod tho same with tho
original record and that tho same is a
true transcript and of tho whole thoreof.
Given under my hand and seal of.
office this 13th day of March, A. D.
Ji,u'. K. T. STEWART,
County Recorder, Gila County, A. T.
(Seal) By L. M. Brookner,
l6 Doputy Recorder.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Hy virtue of an execution issued out
of the District Court of tho Fifth Ju.
dicinl District of tho Territory of Ari
zona in and for Gila Countv. in favor
of L. F. Eggers and against Ncllio Mnl
lory, W; J. Mallory, Frank Gill and
Geo. W. P. Hunt, for the sum of $1,.
102.00, duly attested tho 15th day of
February, 1907, I havo lovied upon tho
following personal proporty of Nollle
Mallory, to wit:
Ono promissory note for $10,000.00
givon by tho Globo Boston Mining Com
pany to Nellie Mallory;
Twcuty.five thousand (25,000.00)
shares of Globe Boston Mining stock.
iNotico is hereby given that on Satur
day, March 10th, 1907, at the hour of
11 o'clock in the forenoon, in front
of tho office of thu Sheriff of said Gila
County, Oak Street, Globe, Arizona, I
will sell tho above described property
at public auction to the highest bidder
for cash, or so' much thereof as may be
necessary to satisfy said execution and
Dated Globe, Arizona, March 4th
100". J. II. THOMPSON, '
135 Sheriff Gila Comity, Arizona Teh
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STATE OF VIRGINIA,
City of Rii'hmond.
On this day, before mo, G. A. Han
son, a Notary Public in and for tho
City of Richmond, State of Virginia
aforesaid, personally appeared Julius
A. Hobson, .James W. Graves, Lowis D.
Aylott, Thos. Armstrong Frank P. Ry
an and John W. Massie, personally
known to me to.be the porspns whoso
names are subscribed to the foregoing
instrument, and acknowledged to me
that they signed the same for tho pur
poses and consideration therein ex
pressed. Given under my hand and official seal
this 20th day "of 'February, J007.
O; A. HANSON,
(G. A. Hanson Notary Public Richmond,
My com. expires Aug. 31, 1007. "
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
R-oforo me, E, G. Clark, a Notary Pub
lic in nnd for tho County of Gila, Ter
ritorr of Arizona, on this day person
ally appeared W. II. Morcor, known to
1110 to bo tho person whoso name is sub
scribed to tho foregoing instrument, and
acknowledged to mo that ho executed
tho same for tho purposes and consider
ation therein expressed.
Givon under my hand and seal of
offico this Twelfth day of March, A. D.
1907. E. G. CLARK,
Notary Public in and for Gila County,
Territory of Arizona.
(E. G. Clark Notary Public Gila Conn-
My commission expires August 23rd;
Filed and recorded at tho request of
W. II. Morcer on tho 13 day of March,
A. D., 1907 at 4 o'clock P. M.
E. T. STEWART, County Recorder.
By L. if. Brooknor, Deputy Recordor.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
I, E. T. Stewart, County Recorder in
and for -the County pf Gila, Territory'
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