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Sunday, April 7, 1907
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Good Demand for Copper Range,, North
Butte and Old Dominion Good
Stocks Aro Considered a Purchase
Superior & Boston Trading Good.
The W. W. Brookner Co.
The Big Store
J. Watt Hogue
James W. Hogue
Home Investment Transfers
Pair Lots, Noftsger Hill, to John Ellery, Is
building fine home.
Pair Lots, Norther Hill, to Edward Singlaub,
Will build at once.
Pdir Lots, Pascoe Hill, to Joseph Knight. Will
build at once.
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SULTS, MR. HARRIS PAYS NO BENT ON A SIX
ROOM HOUSE ON PASCOE.
MR. AND MR 3. DIEHL, RECENT ARRIVALS
FROM THA'.r OBSCURE TILLAGE OF PHOENIX,
GOT EXCITED WHILE VISITING GLOBE; THEY
TOLD THEIR TROUBLES TO THE HOME INVEST
MENT MAN; RESULTS, THEY NOW OWN HOUSE
AND LOT ON i?ALLGROUND AND A FINE HOME
ON NOB HILL. MR. DIIHL SAYS GLOBE LOOKS
OOOD TO HIM
FINE PAIR LO:?S PASCOS HILL TO J. W. HAR
RINGTON; WHL BUILD FINE PLASTERED
HOUSE OF TH HARRINGTON BRAND, WHICH
TO NICK NICK1EVICII, TWO HOUSES NORTH
TO ORIS MAROVICH, FINE SIX ROOM HOUSE,
NOFTSGER HtLL, WHERE WEDDING BELLS
WILL SOON BE RANGING.
WE HAVE A FINI HOME IN EAST GLOBE FOR
SALE AT LESS TIUvN WHAT THE HOUSE AND
LOT COST; O.VNER NEEDS MONEY; MUST SELL,
WE HAVE BARGAINS IN LOTS AND HOMES IN
.ALL PORTIONS OF GLOBE TO TRADE FOR CASH
ON THE PARTIAL PAYMENT PLAN. BUYING
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STRAIGHT; OUR BARGAINS GOOD.
Home Investment Co.
J. W. Hogue,
General Utility Man
(By I. N. Kinsey)
GLOME, April (i. Gates of New York
says: The week cuds with a small re
action from top prices, but Is probably
the result of prolit taking over Sunday.
Wo believe that market will be higher
on Monday. Bank statement was bet
tor than expected, placing reserves at
their highest point for somo time past.
Knsy. money is assured now and this
means bettor bond market, as well as
hotter prices for good investment stock.
We -think entire mnrket has changed
for better now.
Paino of Boston 'says: Markot this
morning oponed strong and continued
so until within half hour of the close
and after publication of bank statement
which was very favorable. Traders who
bought early in tho week took profits
before the close. There was an excel
lent donuuwl for Copper Range, North
Butte and Old Dominion at the opening,
with very little stock offered. The fail
ire of W. P. Putnam & Co., a small
.stuck exchange houso who were helped
oevr the panic, was announced today.
Although very small and unimportant,
it hail a bad etVlleet on prices shortly
before the close. We look for a higher
market next week. If they open weak,
would buy them.
Butte & Loudon
Black Mountain .... .
Butte Coalition ........
Cananea Central . "
Calumet & Arizona 1
Granby .. .
Hancock . ...
Nevada Consolidated ......
Superior & Pittsburg
Utah Consolidated .....
Globe Consolidated :
National, bid .
Wolverine & Arizona
Comanche .. J.. ,
L. S. & A. .
Superior & Boston
Calumet & Globe
New York Stocks
Amalgamated $ 97.
American Smolters 129,
Colorado Puel & Iron ... .17.
lr. S. Steel, common ".17.
New York Central , 120.
Pennsylvania .. 127.
I'nion Pacific 112,
Southern Pacific 85.
St. Paul ., 130.
Atchison :.. 97,
Baltimore & Ohio 101.
(By II. II. Bru Co.)
GLOBE, April G. All stocks opened
fairly 'strong, but weakened somo at
the close. Old Dominion opened about
tiro strongest of any, boing $50.25 and
reached $57, but sold off to $55.50 bid
on the close and $50 asked.
Tho general outlook of tho metal
market is that it will hold up at the
present price, especially copper, an-1
with this assurance wo mny look for a
good price in stocks until tho summer
slump comes, if any is coming at ail.
All stocks with merit aro good invest
ments, especially such as Old Dominion,
Calumet & Arizona, Butto Coalition,
Greene-Cananea, North Butto, Shannon,
Anaconda, Nevada Consolidated and
Wolverine. -Old Dominion will see tho
$100 mark in the near future North
Butto will also be around $115 or $120
before many moons, and Calumet & Ari
zona will be. up around $195 to $200
per share and on tho top of this you
may look for a $5 quarterly dividend
on Calumet & Arizona, which is not
bad as an investment. As a dividend
payer Old Dominion should be well mi
the list this fall, and probably as early
as July this year.
Such investments in copper stocks of
merit are equally as good as any of
tho best real estate investments and gilt
edged loans with a 12 per cent earning
powor. They can be realized on in a
moment's notice and good real estate is
hard to sell.
News comes in that a good strike of
ore was made yesterday at tho Central
Copper company's property, west of
Globe. Some of the treasury stock is
for sale at my ofiice at (10 cents per
share and is not a bad buy.
New York Stocks
American Smelting 129.02
Baltimore & Ohio 101.25
Colorado Fuel & Iron 37.37
New York Central 120.25
Southern Pacific 85.12
St. Paul v 138.75
Tennessee Fuel & Iron 141.02
Union Pacific 143.12
U. S. Steel, common 37.75
Boston Listed and Curb Market
Arcadian .. 7.00
Arizona Commercial 27.00
Boston Consolidated 25.50
Butte & London 1.87
Bingham .'.... 20.00
Butte Coalition . 27.75
Black Mountain 5.75
Calumet & Arizona 107.50
Centennial . 31.00
Calumet & Globo ... . ...
Copper Range 83.50
Cananea Central 29.00
Davis Daly 13.75
Denn-Arizona ... 12.00
East Butto 10.50
Greene Cananea . 17.00
Globe Consolidated 13.50
Hancock .. 10.12
Helvetia .. . 3.50
Keystone . r ..
Live Oak .
Michigan . ... 15.50
L. S. & A 8.75
Mohawk .. 82.00
Nevada Utah 4.12
Nevada Consolidated 14.00
North Butte 93.75
Nipissing ... 13.50
Old Dominion ... 55.50
Superior A: Boston 4.00
Superior & Pittsburg 19.00
Utah Consolidated 02J30
Wolverine & Arizona . .
Comanche . .
Inspiration . --.
Five Points ..
Plant in Which Pete Swenson Mado
Moonshine Whisky in the "Gila Val
ley Is Found Fifteen-gallon Tin
Can, Gasoline Can and Tin Pipes.
Late Saturday Free Hubbard brought
to Safford and turned over to A, T.
Colton, United States commissioner, -'i
fifteen and one-half gallon tin can, a
gasoline can and several feet of tin
pipe, says the Journal. This outfit was
used as a still by Peter Swenson, who
was arrested a couple of weeks, ago
and brought before Commissioner Col
ton on a chargo of making intoxicating
liquor contrary to law; in other words,
he was a "moonshiner."
The fact that illicit "boozo" was
making its appearance in the Eden
neighborhood, about twenty miles down
the Gila from Safford, was brought to
the attention of Mr. Hubbard, who is
a deputy United States marshal. Ho
immediately set about tho task of
finding the "moonshiner." After do
ing some clover dotoctive work tho
proper party was placed under arrest".
The apparatus was not found until
Tho still is a crude affair, but it did
the business all tho same. It consists
of the cans and pipes mentioned above.
The pipes were fitted with elbows and
wero about sevon feet long. The largo
tank, or Inrd can, hns a cone shaped lid,
which has a piece of pipe soldered in
the center. This connected with a
pipe nbout seven feet long. This pipo
ran through a trough in which was cold
water to condense tho alcohol arising
from tho corn, or other grains, and ex
tended to a "jug" at tho other end.
No doubt but Mr. Swenson will bo
asked to explain in delail the workings
of tho machine when his caso comes to
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NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
To T. E. James, his heirs, executors,
administrators and assigns, or nnyoue
claiming under him:
You aro hereby notified that tho un
dorsigned, Carl Edor and Leroy Middle
ton, liavo expended during the year
1 won 0110 hundred dollars ($100) in
labor and improvements upon each of
tho following named mining clniniH, sit
uated in Globo Mining District, Gila
County, Territory of Arizona, viz:
Mexico, Baltimore No. 1, and Bdltimoro
No. 2, mining claims, which are record
ed in tho office of tho Recorder of Gila
County, Arizona, Book 0, nt pages 399,
399 and 400, respectively, and Bullrun
mining claim, recorded in Book 7 at
page 135, Record of Mines.
Said expenditure of one hundred dol
lars for each of the above named claims
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for the year 1900. beinc a total of four
hundred dollars (.$400) expended by us
on ttio tour claims, was made to hold
said mining claims under the provisions
of Settion 2321 of the Revised Statutes
of tho United States and amendments
thereto concerning annual labor on min
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the amount required to hold said min
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til January 1, 1907.
And if within ninety (99) days from
the date of personal service upon you
of this notice, or within ninety (90)
jlays after the publication hereof you
fail or refuse to contribute your portion
of said expenditure of four hundred
dollars ($400) as co-owner, together
with tho cost of this advertisement,
your one-fourth interest in said mining
claims will become the property of the
undersigned, your co-owners, who have
mado the required expenditure under
tho torms of said Section 2324 of the
Revised Statutes of tho United States.
First publication April 7, 1907.
Assay er and Chemist
H. E. B1ERCE
Agent for DEMING' SMELTER
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