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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Friday, March 29, 1997
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Published each morning except Monday.
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JOS.-H. HAMILIi, Proprietor
Memherfhe Associated Press
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Advertising rates mado known on njv
Todav is Good Friday.
There will be many n disappointed
woman SuncYn.v If it rains.
What railroad magnate's turn is it
nnw to eall at the White House i
People' who have an idea that fllobe
N a u'oming mining camp are off. fllobe
"Stung agalnl" oxclaimed Vico
l'resident Fairbanks as tho presidential
bee lm7.7.od by without stopping.
It is very unkind for the trainmen to
.stfifio at just tho time whon tho rail
roads are suffering from so mueh lios
tile legislation, etc.
Walter Wellman, the intrepid explor
er, is again preparing to nail the Chi
cago Ueeord-Herald to the North Pole
-if ho locates it.
The first thing some of those young
easterners do when they hit Arizona is
to -shave their pictures taken picking
their teeth with Bowie knives.
TfiomasF. Ryan says the people own
the railroads. If you believe this just
try to take a little journey over two
streaks of rust without paying your
A Syracuse, X. V., man is planning
to spend his honeymoon in a flying ma
ehine, and the question arises as to
whether it is to better build his air
rastles or to dodge millincrv openings.
This is the week when the fond father
tells whoppers to the kids about rab
biis laying Kaster eggs and to the wife
about his inability to meet ordinary
bills not alone those of the millinery
The lenrned jurist who was appointed
to a place on tho Thaw lunacy eomnm
sion and who subsequently resigned had
evidontly read what Jerome had at
times said to Justice Fitzgerald. There
- at least one man in New York who
earesaugjxt for notoriety.
There is a strong movement in Massa
ehusetts for the abolition of capital pun
ishment. The Boston Post thinks it sig
nificant that .simultaneously with this
movement the restoration of the guillo
tine in Frnnce is urged for tho protee
tioii of1 society. Our Boston content
porary notes that Colorado and Town
Jihvp re-established the death penalty
after experimenting with its abolition,
and that" while there is no capital pun
ishment in Kansas, Maine, Michigan,
hhodo Island and Wisconsin, these
states show no exceptional freedom from
capital crimes'. Tho testimony froip
France, as. stated by one of the lead
ing Paris journals, quoted by the Hoston
Post, is that "the abolition of the death
penalty has done nothing but cut tho
sinews of justice," and another declares
that "tho knowledge that those hoii-
tenced to death will never bo executed
has brought the-ibludgeon, the revolver,
and the dagger into such prominonce as
to menace public security." And, fur
ther, tho Boston Post remarks that "it
is held by some sociologists that the
delay and frequent failure of tho exe
cution of tho death penalty in New
York is accountable in largo measure
or the increase of crimes of violence
in t'liat city." But, on the other hand,
it is held by many sociologists, jurists
and statesmen that the great and glow
ing reluctance of juries to convict in
a' number of states whore conviction
means execution frequently works a
great failuie of justice.
There is one question in connection
with the subject: Why is it that the
strenuous advocates of capital punish
ment have a horror of tho man who
carries out tho sentence of tho judge.
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the man without whose services all tho
work of the police officers, prosecuting
attorneys, judges and juries would fail,
to wff, 'the public executioner? This
newspaper is convinced that in most of
the states the death penalty, horrible
as it is, could not bo abolished with
sa'fety. Hut why should tho hangman
he abhorred and detested by society in
general, including tho officials who con
sign the convict to his hands for. the
final act In the dreadful drama. Js not
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MRS. GEORGE VON L MEYER AND HER DAUGHTERS.
Ono of the uew accessions to the cabinet ladies' circle Is Mrs. George von
Lengurkc Meyer, whose husband Is to be postmaster general. Mrs. Meyer wna
Miss Alice Appleton of the fashionable town of Lenox. Muss., where she waa
married in 1885. She is a. lady of culture and has traveled widely.
all tlint inconsistent f Docs it not inev
itably suggest a suspicion of insincer
The way of the transgressor is a well
A really good complexion doesn't
come out in tho wash.
" Any way, the rolling stone, doesn't
get into the mossback class.
Von will wnste a lot of ammunition
unless you have an aim in life.
A fast young man is seldom able to
keep up with his running expenses.
A bird in the bush is worth three in
the hand from the bird's viewpoint.
Reflections of a Bachelor
Probably there would be no fun in
feeling lazy if we didn 't have to work.
A girl can pretend she doesn't want
you to kiss her till just the moment
you do it.
A woman would rather be right in
an argument with her husband than
have him president.
A man is so proud of his strong will
that he brags about never eating a
thing he doesn't like.
A man has an angelic disposition
when ho doesn't say the coffee is cold
becauso his suspender iititton came off.
New York Press.
No Other Explanation
It is stated that an Indiana bride of
three days spraiued her wrist badly
while endeavoring to button her waist
down the back.
The only explanation of this singular
accident would seem to be that the un
fortunate young woman married a mol
lycoddle. Read the Silver Belt Always np to
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
THE McMILLEN-STONEWALL MIN
Know All Men by These Presents:
That we, V. V. Smith and 0. J. Riden
our, of Olobe, Oila County, Arizona
Territory, citizens of the United States
of America, have this day voluntarily
associated ourselves together for the
purpose of forming a corporation under
the laws of the Territory of Arizona,
and we do horeby certify, acknowledge
and adopt tho following Articles of
The names of tho incorporators are
V. V. Smith and C. J. Ridenour.
The name of this companv shall be
THE McMILLEN-STONEWALL MIX
I NO COMPANV.
Its principal place of business .shall
be at fllobe, 'Oila -County, Arizona Ter
ritory, and branch offices may bo main
tained at McMillen, in said Oila County,
and at such other places as tho Board of
Directors may from time to time select.
The general nature of the business,
pursuit and enterprise proposed to be
transacted by this corporation is as fol
lows: (a) To purchase, or otherwise ac
quire, own, hold, sell, bond, rent, lease,
mine and work mines and mineral lands
and the products thereof and to extract,
recovor, refine, buy, sell and deal in
the products of mineral lands.
(b) To purchase or otherwise ac
quire, own, hold, sell, bond, rent, lease,
and sublet water, water rights, dam
sites, water power, electric light and
power machinery, supplies, materials
and other articles necessaiy or conveni
ent for use in connection with and in
tho carrying on of the business herein
mentioned or any part thereof.
(c) To purchaso or otherwiso acquire,
own, hold, bond, sell, rent, lease, sub
let, maintain, manage or construct pipe
lines, tracks, reservoirs, roads, tram
ways, flumes, canals, ditches, embank
ments, telephone or tolofrnnh linoi. mil-
roads and other works, leaching, concen
trating, laxivation, smelting and refin
ing plants, properly mills, machines or
appliances that may bo Incident or aux
iliary to the mam business of this cor
poration as sot forth in subdivision (a)
hereinabove, or that may bo deemed
necessarj, expedient, useful or conven
ient to (he said main business by tho
Board of Directors of this corporation.
'(d) To purchaso or otherwiso ac
quire, own, hold, bond. sell. rent, lease.
sublet, .real estate, town sites and lots,
stores, warehouses and merchandise of
every kind whatsoever.
(e) At any time to bond. sell, con
vey, lease, mortgage' or ofhefwise disr
(uvse of any or all of its property of
every character whatsoever. Provided,
that on tho disposal of the whole prop
erty the-nctiou of tho Board of Direct
ors shall ho ratified by a majority vote
of the corporate stock at a regular or
Special meeting of the stockholders of
The amount of the capital stock of
the corporation shall be One Million
Dollars, divided into One Million shares
of the par value of Ono Dollar each.
The said stock shall bcnon-assessable
and shall be fully paid fovhen issued,
and tho time when and the further
conditions upon which the snid shares
shall be issued and paid in shall be
regulated and provided for by the Board
The time of the commencement of
this corporation shall be the date of
tho filing of the certified copy of these
Articles in the office of the Territorial
Auditor of the Territory of Arizona,
and the cororation shall routine to
exist for twenty-five years thereafter.
The affairs of this corporation shall
be conducted by a Board of Directors
consisting of not less than flvo nor
more than nine persons, each of whom
shall be a shareholder holding at least
1,000, shares of the stock of said com
pany. A majority of said Board shall
constitute a quorum for the transaction
of business and the first directors shall
be V. V. Smith, O. J. Kidenour, H. L.
Coombs, R L. Jones, .V. II. Winters, all
of Olobe, Arizona, who shall hold office
until the first Tuesday in April at ten
o'clock on- said day, or until .their suc
cessors arc elected and qualified.
Thereafter the directors annually, at
a stockholders ' meeting, to be hold ut
Olobe aforesaid on the first Tuesday of
'April of each year, shall be elected and
qualified for the term of office com
mencing on tho first Tuesday of April
of each year.
The Board of Directors shall have
power to fill all vacancies therein at any
The stockholders at any regular or
speeial meeting may elect additional
directors to make a full Board of nine
members and those appointed or elected
shall be deemed a full Hoard, if not loss
than five, until additional members are
elected ami qualified.
The officers of this corporation shall
be a 'resident, Vice President, Secre
tary, Treasurer and such minor officers
as the Board of Directors may, from
time to time, deem it wise and expedi
ent to have. The President, Vice Presi
dent, Secretary and Treasurer shall be
fleeted annually by the Hoard of Di
rectors from their own number at the
first meeting of the Hoard following
the minimi election of Directors. The
offices of Secretary and Tieasurer may,
in tho discretion of the Board of Di
rectors, bo held by one person.
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability fo which this corporation
shall at any ono time subject itself
shall not exceed Seven Hundred and
Fifty Thousand Dollars.
The Board of Directors shall adopt
By-Laws for this corporation which
may be altered, amended or repealed by
The private property of the stock
holders of this corporation shall be ex
empt from any and all liability for the
corporate debts of this corporation.
Jn Witness Whereof, Tho parties
hereto have hereunto set their bauds
and seals this 27th day of March, A. D.
V. Y. SMITH. (Seal)
O. J. RIDENOUR. (Seal)
TERIUTORV OF ARIZONA,
County of Oiln. ss.
Bofore me, Alico M. Birdsall, a No
tary Public in and for the County of
Gila, Territory of Arizona, on this dny
personally appeared V. Y. Smith and
G. J. Ridenour, known to me to bo tho
persons whose names are subscribed to
the foregoing instrument and acknowl
edged to nip that they executed the
same for the purposes and consideration
Given under my hand and seal of
oflico this 27th dny of March, A. D,
1007. ALICE M. IHRDSALL,
My commission expires February 0,
Silver Bolt Want Ads. bring result's.
Make Your Wants Know Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
Advertisements under this head 10 cent per lino the first Insertion and 6 cents per line each
subsequent Insertion Ily the month, 1I.0U per Una No nd Inserted for less ihan'.O cents. All
uds under this head must be paid for In advance Discount to reguiur advertisers.
WANTED Competent waiters at tholi
Dominion hotel. , I
WANTED TO EENT A four room FOR SALE Span of good horses, har
hoiiHo unfurnished. Inquire at the! ness and mountain wagon. Can be
Silver Belt office. tf
WANTED Woman to work one day
out of the week. Call at this ollice.
WANTED Oirl to take care of baby
six months old. Call at this office.
j WANTED By a Japanese man, posi
i tinu as cook at a small mining camp.
! Addiess P. O. Uox I!, Olobe. HI
WANTED A position as ollice clerk or
, store cleik. Address P. O. Ittx Oil.
I WANTED Woman to assist in cooking
at the Miller Hoarding House iri
siue.ter. 150 j
.WANTED-Dlshwasher at the Webster,
im..p hj j
I WANTED A bargain hunter furniture
for two rooms new; in use sixtv days;
must be sold at once. Call at" Silver
I licit office for address.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A gold wishbone pin set with
six pearls. Suitable toward if re
turned to this office.
A LITTLE BIT
Must Make Peace
The railroads must make their peace
with the pcoplo. They must obey the
laws and must do it in a way that will
disarm hostility. They must have the
public confidence. If the railroad presi
dents and the president of the United
Status can hit uiion a program that
the people will accept as fair, there is
good reason to think tho results will be
immediately beneficial to all interests.
Qo to rtyan's'
When you want magazines, confection
ery, books, stationery, ammunition or
graphophone record.-. Souvenir postnis
Go to Buxtyu & Merritt for the finest
line of wall paper anft house decora
tions of every description.
"The Timw lawyers are at logger
heads." "Again or yoti"'
Money to loan on good security. Ad
dress W., Box 071, city.
The finest line oi wall papers .cvci
shown in Olobe. Buxton & Merritt.
"Waiter, beefsteak and onions,
" Vcssir. Have some nice ham and l
cabbage a No I
"How about some prime roast pork f'iwanU promptly supplied by leaving
"Don't want any."
"A little of our elegant tri would!
do you good.
"John," called the proprietor, "what
d'ye mean by annoviug a customer like
"Just tryin' to make him feel at
home, sir. He's a barber."
Js ono of Globe's oldest and ' best
known cafes; everything first-class in
tut line. Call and be convinced.
If you want something extra nlco in
well paper, got to Ryan's.
"Live and let live." Union Cash
Market? C. Musgrave, proprietor.
That Mad Haro
The foxy Mnrch hare thought that he!
Would' imitnte humanity,
Ami forthwith entered up the plea
Just received a carload of the ver,
latest designs in wall paper designs of
1H07. Buxton & Merritt.
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 property 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.
1 GLOBE REAL ESTATE OFFICE
F. L. TOOMBS, Manager
rOUND A gold rhnmed pair of nose
glasses. Call nt this office.
j seen across street from windmill on
Noftsger hill. H
HORSES FOR SALE Three pair work
horses, new harness, one new wagon.
J. M. Foster, Snfford. 115
FOR SALE Good team work horses;
cheap for cash; also good doublo har
ness. Inquire at Hcoble, Sobey &, Co.
FOR RENT Several neatly furnished
rooms at tho MelCevitt house, north
"' """HO over Ang.us enovicn
grocery store. 151
TOR RENT-Established dining room
piivileges at the Manzanlta, opiosito
OR RENT-Threo room house west of
'"0 1"I"I,,'r "' 0al' l ' J,n"
. rel's residence, orti. wione,
FOR RENT Modern housekeeping
apartments at tho Mauzanita. ll.'t
Wo havo letters fpr O H P; O L O;
EPS and X Y Z.
Tho Facts to the Jury
The meeting between tho president
and the railroad pcoplo should be ppeu
to the public for the reason that both
parties, in a sense, are on trial by the
public. Both rely upon public sent!
meat, present ami prospective. The
newspaper corresiKiudents nt Washing
ton, representing ovcry nook and corner
of tho country, may bo relied upon to
tell clearly ami truthfully what may be
said at the conference. This is the
simplest, frankest ami most effective
method of laying the whole question be
fore the great jury which is to render a
verdict in the caso. Washington Post.
First-class work at bed rock prices.
Buxton & Merritt, the paintors.
We receive Kansas poultry twice a
week. Olobe Meat Market.
Decorate Your Home
Go to Ryan's for a varied assortment
of wall paper.
Try our sausage,- the very finest in
quality. Globe Meat Market.
Philosophers of the Stump
Bitt Nothing venture nothing have.
Nttt Nothing have nothing venture,
Fine fresh Kansas jrk. Globe Meal
Parties wnnting brick can have their
tLeir orders at the ollice of
GIBSON & HENDERSON,
Mines and Stock Exchange, Globe, Ariz.
Choice ljams and bacon, none finer
Globo Meat Mnrkot.
Was He Right?
"How do von spell 'wrong,' Tom
"T.hat's what vou asked me to
Stage to Gibson Mine
Stago will leave each Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday mornings at 9:30 a.
j m., from Barclay & Higdon's corral.
Choice beef, pasture fed and the fin
est to be had anywhere, fllobe Meat
"How is the market this morning?"
) inquired the senior partner.
j The junior partner was preoccupied,
' Bonbons and violets steady," replied
he. " Easter bonnets firm."
Next Door to Silver Belt X
$ Comparing quality our prices cannot be
Liquors and Cigars
Luke Angius Steve Kristovich
TRY THE NEW FIRM
Finest rooms in the city.
Everything new, ratss
reasonable and special .
inducements offered to
by the month
J. W. WALTER
Will carry on his business from
the 1st of March in Edwards &
Nell's store. All clothes made to
order will be made at home In
the latest styles. Seasonable
Prices. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Look! Look! Look!
Bed and Springs from $7.00 up
Couches from $7.50 up
Davenports from $9.00 up
Dressers from$10.50 up
These prices for this week. Buy now and
Many other bargains. Come and see for
McNEIL'S FURNITURE STORE
DO YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY
If so, trade at
MILL WILLIAMS' STORE
Boots and Shoes
Brown & Scanlan
Successors to 1. 0. LOWTHIAN
Fuel, Feed a!nd Groceries
P. O. Box 696 Telephone 751 Store Opp. Depot
Nick Zenovich q
ANGIUS --ZENOVICH CO J
Dealers in Groceries and Provisions
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobaccos, Etc.
Everything Reliable and Endorsed by Pure Food Law
P. O. Box 59 1-Phone 1571 McKevitt Bldg., Globe, Ariiona
The Finest Resort in Globe
Popular with ail classes winter and summer. Re
freshments of all kinds. Choice Cigars, Wines
Schlitz and Anheuser-Busch Beer always on Draught
j Head the SilWr Belt; alway up t
unie ami newsy.
ANYTHING YOU WANT!
Of the quality you want, in the
quantity you require, is our of
fer in Meats ana Poultry.
Another offer we propose w
careful handling, cutting aiw
Still" another, lowest selling
price the market will warrant.
With such a combination,
proved by years of square
dealing, ought we not to have
Pioneer Meat Co.
Anderson & Blake
Fresh Cream and Bu ter
milk in any quantity and
always on hand
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
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