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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
ARIZONA SILVER BELT
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Published cnch morning excopt Monday.
Admitted to tho mnils as second class
JOS. H. IIAMIIiL, Proprlotor
Meinbor of tho Associated Press
Daily, by mail, ouo yoar $7.f0
Duily, by enrrior, ono month 75
Weekly, ono yoar .... ...... 2.C0
Weakly, six months ...... .. ....... 1.25
Cash in advance
Siibsoribors plenso notify this office
in enso of non-delivery of the daily,
Advertising rate mado known ou ap
plication. The reports of race riots at Christmas
haven't materialized ns"Tet. They are
much like Santa Clans stories.
Wouldn't it be a great thing for the
country if tho politician would organ
ize a union and then go on a strike1?
A Kansas man declare that he saw
an angol Hying across that stato the
othor day. He or she was piobably
headed for Ariinoa.
Groat inen should nover overlook
nmll things, especially stenographers
who have been fired after twenty-one
veftrs faithful service.
Secretary Taft will bo awfully dis
couraged ami President Roosevelt will
shed tears of sorrow and rage wheiri
they learn that tho Arizona Republicans
are frnming up to indorse Sonator For
aker for the presidency.
THE F0RAKER BOOM
A boom Inn been startod at Bisboo
hy a Republican nowspapor of that city
for Sonator Forakor of Ohio and accord
ing to stories from that city it in threat
ening to "spread all over tho terri
tory." The debt of gratitude which
Arizona owes to Forakor for saving us
from the clutches of jointure scums to
be the reason for tho boom, although
nothing was said or dono until a Re
publican politician from Cochise county
went to Washington and had an Inter
view withAEorhkcr. Anything Arizona
can do forfthepeiiior senator from Ohio
in the nay of soeuring tho nomination
for the presidency will not cut onough
ice to fill many icohouses and tho en
thusiastic and almost hystorical con
currence in the move of some of the
Democratic papers of tho territory londs
n rnthor farcical light to tho boom.
If ho lives lcuig enough Senator For
aker may bo a presidential nominee,
but ho stands as much chance of secur
ing tho nomination next year ns Tom
Fitch stands of being made governor
of Arizona. It is extremely doubtful
if Forakcr enn secure the support of his
own stato, where the faction to which
he belongs has been .downed in recent
elections. Taft is a bigger man in
more than a physical way in Ohio
than is Forakor, and if the latter should
succeed in winning over tho Republican
machine of that stato in 1003, Ohio
would do what it did iu tho last elec
tion: go Democratic without a doubt. .
Wo aro not without gratitudo for
what Sonator Foraker has dono for Ari
rona, but wc do not believe that his
support was tho rosult of any great
eoling for Arizonans, of 'whom ho
knows littlo and probably cares loss.
Roosevelt and the administration Re
publicans were for joint statehood and
it was perfectly natural that J'oraker
should be against it. Furthermore, tho
Oliioan's natural foarlessncss led him
to oppose the administration where oth
ers moro recalcitrant at heart were
forced into line by throats of withdraw
al of federal patronage.
Wo do not boliovo that Fowkor op
losed joint statehood becnuso ho con
sidered it a wrong to Arizonans, for
ho also opposed railroad legislation,
which was for all tho people of the
country, barring a few railroad mag
nates, lie opposed railroad legislation,
becauso it was "unconstitutional,"
forgetting that he was elected to servo
the people and apparently imagining
that he was the supreme court of the
Forakor will ucver recoive the nom
ination and Arizona Hopublicnns may
as well save themselvos tho humilia
tion of finding themselvos tho only
stato or territorial Republican organi
zation to instruct its delegates for the
Amorlcan Jailed in Sonora for Inciting
Philip Clark, a well known engineer,
was 'arrested in Nogalos, Sonora, tho
other day on telegraphic instructions
from the district judge at llormosillo.
(Mark is charged with rebellion. Some
months ago a drunken Indian was run
over and killed on tho Sonora road. The
ngineer of the train was arrested and
jailed. The arrost caused much indig
nution and all tho trainmen then on the
road south of tho lino rofused to work
unless the engineer was released. This
wasTpeadUy done. Clark is now charg
J wlth" "rebellion" for th part he
took in effecting tho other engineer's
release. In tho end tho Mexican nil
thoritios will bo obligod to rolcnso him,
but his nrrcst has causod conflidornblo
nnuoynuco and friction botwoen tho
Loudon-Arlzona Company to Start Work
Immediately in Dripping Springs Dis
trict Plau to Eroct a Smelter with
Next Monday work will commence in
earnest on the property of tho London
Arizona Copper company in 1'innl coun
ty. Two big tunnels will bo opcuod
right iuto the exposed ore and nshaft
will bo sunk as rapidly as possible, says
the Arizona Gazette.
Tho information was given out here
today bv Mr. 0. E. Finney, who is the
principal promoter of tho London-Arizona
company. Mr. Finney has boon
iu tho mining business twenty years
and declares that he never saw a more
wonderful property, or ono with greator
possibilities than the Drippiug Springs
mines, as they aro called.
Mr. Finney's company was origin
ally tho-Dripping Springs company and
was in the hands of Arizona people.
When outsido capital was hitorosted
tho London-Arizona company was in
corporated to take over the property.
The Dripping Springs mines cover
1,100 ncies of ground, three miles uorth
of Burns Station. Bums Station is
three miles this side of Wiukelmnn on
tho Phoenix & Eastern. For over three
(piarteis of a milo thoro is an exposed
ledgo thirty feet in width. It is di
erctly into this ledge that the tunnels
spoken of will bo driven.
Mr. Finney has been iu Los Angeles
until recently and is on his way to the
mines, in order to bo presont person
ally to superintend the real beginning
of work on tho property. Ho spent this
morning iu Phoenix. It. D. O. John-
,on, managor of tho mines, is already ou.
Plans aro being laid for the construc
tion of a smelter with 3,000 tons daily
capacity. Mr. Finney states that it is
his expectation that this smelter will bo
complete and ready to bo blown in
within a .year. It will take from four
to six months to get tho machinery on
This will be tho largest smelter in
Arizona, with tho exception of the Cop-.
fior Queen works. Mr. Finney dcs not
think his smelter will over be as big as
that at Bisbee, though it will ultimately
be increased iu sizo aud otliciency until
it has a capacity of 5,000 tous daily.
Now furnaces are being put. in place
nowuit Bisbee, and they will bo smelt
in5J,t)0,p''tonrt each day bofore tho end
offanothor year. It will bo sovernl
yearsPboforo there will bo a plant of
that capacity on the Dripping Springs
"The recent transfer of tho Pjioeuix
& Eastern to the Southern Pacific peo
ple is very important to us and that
section ns a whole," said Mr. Finney'.
It will give us an outlet to tho mar
kets of tho world' by water routes, as
wo can ship our products direct to the
Mr. Finney is firmly of the opinion
that Arizona is destined to become the
groatest copper state iu tho union "and
is surprised thnC-tho coast people do
not know moro about this territory than
they do. Ho stated that over iu Los
Angeles, where he has been recently,
the people with money to invest hardly
know where Arizona is, much less know
that it ranks next to Montana in the
amount of copper produced, lie does
not bolievo that Arizona is properly ad
vertised, and blames the newspapers in
a largo measure for that fact.
. Ho took Colorado as an example. In
1SS0 tho agricultural interests of that
state wero practically nothing. Thoy
had no tone-quarter of the valuo of the
mining interests. Tho reason for this
was that tho people had no market. On
overy side thero was cither no popula
tion to speak of or thero was a surplus
of agricultural products. The pioneers
began to look about for something thoy
could find a market for, and began to
develop their mines. This brought peo
ple into tho state, and when there were
people there, agriculaural interests be
gun to look up. Tho farmers could find
a market for their products right jit
home. Now Colorado's agricultural
products are worth four times the min
erals sho mines.
Mr. Finney says ho knows thnt wo
have a great agricultural stato bore,
and docs not wish to discourage its
development along thoso lines, but ho
is of tho opinion that first wo should
pay more attention to our mineral re
sources. "Let tho country know you have
mines," ho said, "and get tho people
hero. Then, when you have somcono lo
buy them, begin to raise agricultural
products. The way to become rich is
not to produco a lot of stuff you cannot
consume, and ship it nway, but dovclop
your mines, and bring tho population
hore that will consume it."
Try Melroso Ryo if you want
something extra fino; splondid for med
icinal purposes and as pure n brand as
can bo had anywhere. Bankers' Gar
don. MINERAL APPLICATION No. 250.
United States Land Office, Phoenix,
Arizona, A"pril 19, 1907. Notice is here
by given that II. C. Bates, of Globo,
Arizona, has mado application for pat
ent to tho Baltimore lode miniug claim,
Survoy No. 2320, situated in the tflobo
Mming District, Oiln County, Arizona,
iu Sections 21 and 25, Tp. 1 N., It. 15
E., G. & H. It. B. & M., described as fol
lows: Beginning nt Cor. No. 1, whence
the N. Vi Cor. of Sec. 25, Tp. 1 N., R.
13 E., G. & S. It. B. & M., bears N. 80
deg. 10 min. E. 720.21 feet; thonco N.
10 deg. 41 min. E. 041.2 feot to Cor.
No. 2; thence N. 79 deg. 4G min. E.
1500 feet to Cor. No. 3; thenco S. 10
deg. 41 min. W. 000.8 feet t6 Cor. No.
1; thonco S. 78 deg. 19 min. W. 1514.2
feot to Cor. iNo. 1, the place of begin
ning. Conflict with Tiger lodo claim,
survey No. 2327, containing 2.C40 acres,
is oxcludod. Location notices aro rec
ordod in Records of Minos, County Rec
order's oflico, said Gila CountVj, as fol
lows: Original, Book 0, pngo 110;
ameudod, -Book 12, page 201. Adjoin
ing and conflicting claims aro H. S.
Fraction and Tiger on tho north; TJgor
and Mnudie on tho east; Best Ever on
tho south; and Clinton and II. S. Frac
tion ou the west. MILTON R. MOORE,
First publication April 2J, 1907. 227
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
SHANLEV CATTLE COMPACT
Know All Mon by These Presents:
That wo, W. G. Shnnley, Geoige Shan
ley and Sarnh Hose, all of Globe, Giln
County, Arizona, citizens of tho United
Stntcs of America, have this day volun
tarily awocintud ourselves together for
the purpose of forming a corporation
under the laws of the Territory of Ari
zona, and we hereby certify, acknowl
edge and adopt the following Articles
The uame of this company shall be
and is the SHANLEV CATTLE COM
PANY. ARTICLE II.
Tho principal plneo for transacting
the business of this corporation shall bo
in the City of Globo, Gila County, Ari
zona Territory, and branch othVcs may
be maintained at such other places :(s
its Board of Directors may from time
to time select.
The general nature of business, pur
suit and enterprise, projwsed to be trau
Mic ted by this corporation is as fol
(a) To breed, raise, buy and other
wise acquire, own, hold, sell and deal in
horses, cattle, goats and hogs and all
tho products thereof, aud engage in a
general live stock aud cattle business,
and do all things consistent therewith
or incidental thereto?
(b) To purchahe or otherwise ac
quire, own, hold, sell, rent, lease and
otherwise deal in cattle ranges, ranches,
town lots, miuing claims and other real
(e) To engage in u wholesale and
retail butcher business ;iiul to acquire
aud maintain slaughter houses, butcher
shos ami all things incidental thereto.
(d) T,o purchase, develop or other
wife acquire water and water rights
and coustruct. roads, wells, reservoirs
ami pumping plants.
(e) To buy, sell, own, hold and deal
in the corporate stock of other corpora
tions' and other collaterals, notes and
(f) Tp sell, convey, bond, lease,
mortgage or otherwise nt any time to
dispose of any or ull of its property of
every character whatsoever.
Tho amount of capital stock of this
corporation shall be Ono Hundred Thou
sand ($100,000) Dollars, divided into Ten
Thousand (10.000) shares of tho par
value of Ten ($10.(H) Dollars each, such
stock to be issued when fully 'paid for
in services or property, from timo to
time ns the Board of Diicctor.s'shall au
thorize. Such utock, whci issued, to be
Tho time of the commencement of
this corporation shall bo tne date of the
filing in the office of the Secretary of
the Territory of Arizona, o a certified
copy of these Articles of Incorporation
aud the termination shall be tw 5nty.fi ve
The a flairs of this corporation sli.Ml
be conducted by a Board of five Di
rectors, who shall be shareholders. A
majority of said Board shall constitute
a quorum for the transaction of business
and the first directors shall be "W. (J.
Shanley, George Shanloy, Nan 'Shauloy,
Sarah Roio and Maud Waters, all of
Globe, Arizona, who shall hold office
until 10 o'clock A. M. of the second
Tuesday of May, 1908, and until their
uiceebsors nre elected and qualified.
Thereafter, the Directors annually, at
a stockholders' meeting to be held at
the office of the Company at Globe, Ari
zona, on' the second Tuesday of May, at
ten o'clock A. M iu each year, shall
be elected and qualified for the term of
office commencing on the second Tues
day in May in each year.
The Board of Directors shall have
power at any timo to Jill vacancies
The officers of this corporation shnll
bo President, General Manager, Secre
tary and Treasurer. Tho President, Gen
eral Manager, Secretary and Troasurer
shdl bo elected annually by the Board
of1 Directors from their own number at
the first meeting of tho Bonrd follow
ing tho annnnl election of tho said Di
rectors. Tie offices of Secretory -and
Treasurer HU13, in tho discretion of the
Board of Directors, bo held by one per
son. ARTICLE VIII.
Tho highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation is
at any time to subject itself, shall
in no enso oxcoed Fifty Thousand Dol
I ARTICLE IX.
The Board of Directors shall adopt
By-Laws for this corporation which
may bo altorcd, repealed or amended by
The private property of the stock
holders of, this corporation shall bo ex
ompt from liability for the corporate
debt? of this corporation.
In Wijness Whereof, Wo have here
unto sot-our hands and seals this 22nd
day of April, A. D. 1907.
WM.'G. SnANLEY (Seal)
GEO. SnANLEY (Seal)
SARAJI ROSE (Seal)
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila, ss.
Bofore me, Alice M. Birdsall, a No
tary Public in and for the County of
Gila, Territory of Arizona, on this day
personally appeared W. G. Shanloy,
George Shnnley and Sarah Rose, known
td me to bo the persons whoso wffmes
aro subscribed to tho foregoing instru
ment, and acknowledged to mo that thoy
executed tho same for the purposes and
considerations thorein expressed.
Given under my hand and seal of of;
fico this 22nd day of April, A. D. 1907.
ALICE M. BIRDSALL,
(Seal) ' Notary Public.
My commission oxpires February 9,
Hake Your Wants Know Here. You Will Get Satisfactory Results.
Advertisements under this head IU cents per line the llrst lniertlon und DuentB per line each
subsequent Insertion Hy the month. $1 no per line Noad Inserted for less than Ocmts All
ads under this head must be paid fol in Hrtvauoo Discount toreiiu.in dv rtlsurs
WANTED At Silvor Belt office, cot
ton rags for press washing.
WANTED Conipotent waiters at the
BOY WANTED Boy with a pony to
deliver papers in Noith Glo"be. Cull
at this office.
WANTED Woman cook for small crow
at mining camp; good Mages for right
party. Addrchs X, this office. 107
WANTED Man and wife want posl
tiou in outside camp to mnimgo a
boaiding house; man is experienced
cook. Address A. B. t, this office.
WANTED Good four-room houso close
WANTED Three-room house. Call at
Globe Bank & Savings Co.
WANTED To buy a gontlo burro, one
that children can handle. Apply this
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room for
lady or man and wife. Apply first
door south of I), Murphy's residonco.
FOu RENT Room in tho Postofllco
building. Apply nt Silver Belt office.
A LITTLE BIT
The Globe Bank &. Savings company,
incorporated, pays 4 per cent on torm
deposits and always ready to make
loans ou securities of ull kinds. 180
When sunshine filters through u tree,
You may be sure
That with 1ho sick it will agree,
For it is pure.
Wc receive Knusns poultry twice
ivcek. Globo Meat Market. '
The Globe Bank & Suvings Co. Inc.
pays 1 pur cent ou torm deposits and
always ready to make loans on securi
ties of all kinds. . ISO
A New Dcparturo
"Tho office boy wants to get ofi this
afternoon. Sajs hiB grandmother ''
"Is dead, hoy?"
"Np; is willing."
Globe, Ariz., ApriJ 1), 1U07
Notice is hereby given that J. C.
Britt is no longer in the employ of, 01
in any way connected with the under
signed, and said company will not be
rcsjiousiblo for any debts or obligations
contracted by him.
CANANEA & GLOBE EXPLORATION
.V DEVELOPMENT CO.
"1 once had u brain stoim."
"How did it happen!"
"1 was trying to explain to a Uoj-
ton girl just what is meant by the torm
'pie-fated mutt.' "
IF IT'S RELIABLE mining informa
tion you want about Globe quadran
gle, order tho Arizona Silver Belt?
IF YOU HAVE property here you need
tho Silver Belt.
IF YOU HAVE no interests here, sub
scribe to keep in touch with the most
progressive copper camp in Arizona.
Arizona Silver Belt per year S2.50 111
- Choice, hamsi'nnd bacdnfvnoncsfinl. ," - i-r
G obo,MeaOIarket. -- 7 1-m&' V - " "ZF-v. - iT,
- t-iSm--"' np '3K 7tr'3"i!iihMihP'ETO4md mm
Tho Olobo Shoe Company takes orders $ nJS-f - ss 5-jf, tII
for tents and awnings. tf- , " ' ; Urt tb.-y dpTn 'tWijfcWUJi
, . "Whvm.tl" H
Luke Angius Sieve Kristovich Nick Zenovich c:
ANGIUS --ZENOVICH CO.
Dealers in Groceries and Provisions
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobaccos, Etc.
Everything Reliable and Endorsed by Pure Food Law
0 r. u. mox di rnone ia 1 mcivoviu mag., uiooe, Arizona 5
P. O. Box 59 1 -Phone 1571
Mining limbers a
IHI l W .1 1 .l1i.W- W I 1. P WHIP ll IIP MWIIMrfl wfc,
DO YOU WAttfT TO SAV MON&Y
If so, trade at
MILL WILLIAMS' STORE
Groceries Dry Goods
Hardware v Hats, Caps
Crockery Boots and Shoes
Liquors and Cigars Etc.
TELEPHONE 121 ' NORTH GLOBE
FOR RENT Several noatly furnished
rooms at the McKovitt house, north
of bridge, por Angius & Zenovich
grocery store. 181
FOR RENT-i-Niccly furnished rooms
with luth in private family, South
Hill street; Phono 1301. 188
LOST AND FOUND
ESTRAYED Roan horse, four whito
feet; biKnd T-X on hip (bar X)
Reward $7 foV rutin.) to Barclay &
Higdon stable. Oliver Kelloy, Copper
hill. ,. 171
LOST Watch fob, Elks tooth with Po-
inomi 780 G. W. M. engraved on it.
Return' to this office and receive to
ward. ESTRAYED Two sorrel uares, white
stripe in face; but hjuu res look alike;
(minded 8 quarter circle eight on
loft hip. Fifteen dollars reward for
delivery of both to Barclay & Hig
don's stable. A. M, Lufkln, Copper
SEWING MACHINE FOR SALE In
quite at this office. tf
FOR SALE Firat-class boarding houso
with Mcseuty five boardi'is. Inquire
of ) V Miller, near O. D. smelter.
y 1 Defiant
"My girl, yu must cultivate n meek
or hum it.
heaven 1 ' '
Don't you wiih to go U
"Yes; but I don't want no angel
stariu' at me through no lorgnntte."
"Live and let live." Union Cnh
Market, O. vMusgravo, proprietor.
"The law holds an uiwumkI pers.011 in
nocent until he's proved guilty."
"The Jaw may. But how "about tho
Try our sausage, tho very linuat iflrf
quality. Globe Meat Market.
Storage room phono lllll.
MncHinc of ladies' hats-jilst received
.at the Racket Store,
G. W. M. f arvil has npiied a fiit-
kl.-ih-, carriage painting eatMhlishiucnt in
coiini'i'tiim with the Parker blacksmith
shop, (ieneral eurraige painting wdie
Ited. Thorn desiring such work will
find Mr. Onrvil at his place of businesa.
Dr. M. I). Thomas 1ms decided to re
main in Globe until May 20. The doctor
tils (,'Ihic.s and a fit guaranteed. No
uhnrge if you aro not s-.'itiyfieil. Tele
phone 7.'U, stop while team or drop nieJ
a card and 1 will call at your residcnceJ
Free to Subscribers
Yon get a month of free papers In
pitying your subseriptiiin to the Daily
Arizona Silver Belt six months, iu nd.
ance. This discount equals 10 per cent
interest on your money, besides you are
not bothered with a statement everv
month Pay $;i.7."i for six months' sub
sription paid iu advance.
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tl Ttinlu v Vt
A large carload of Stoves and Ranges;
the World's best
Monarch Malleable Range
Moore's Merit Steel Range
Stewart's Steel Range
Excelsior Steel Range
Cast wood, and coal Cook Stoves. Gasoline
' Stoves and Ovens
A large car of Alaska Refrigerators and
Ice Cnests, white enameled and plain, all
sizes and prices.
A large assortment of Art Squares and Rugs
Cheap and High Prices
J. P. McNEIL
We have received and have now on display
a large line of
ORGANDIES PONGEE SILK
FRENCH AND SHADOW SILK
PERSIAN LAWNS . CHINA SILK
EGYPTIAN DIMITY JAPANESE SILK
NAINSOOK TAFFETA SILK
SWISS AND FANCY SILK
INDIA MULL ", NOVELTY SILK
DOTTED SWISS TARLATAN
AND A FULL LINE OF PLAIN AND NOVELTY
WOOL DRESS GOODS IN ALL THE LEADING
ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF SHIRT WAISTS
We have received a new line of Millinery.
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Suy Your Bread, Pies, Cakes,
Etc. of Us
A trial will convince you that ours is the best
bread in town. We have a complete line of CAKE
DECORATIONS for special occasions and can
make a cake that will "take the cake."
'THE QUALITY STORE"
Finest rooms in the city.
Everything new, rals
reasonable and special
inducements offered to
by the month
Anderson & Blake
Fresh Crccm and Bu ter
milk in any quantity and
always on hand
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
Opposite Miner's Union Hall
ANYTHING YOU WANT!
Of the quality you want, in the
ijuantity ypu require, is our of
ier in Meats and Poultry.
Another offer we propose is
careful handling, cutting and
Still another, lowest selling
price the market will warrant.
With such a combination,
proved by years of square
dealing, ought we not to nave
Pioneer Meat Co.
IS YOUR WATCH IN GOOD ORDER?
When was it oiled and cleaned last?
It needs oiling and cleaning once
every 18 months at least, whether you
think it does or not.
It needs that attention just as sure
as an engine doos to get the best re
sults. If it is neglected the oil evap
orates and a friction is set un that s
destructive of the fine mechanism.
We do nothing but expert Watch Re
pairing, Jewelry Repairing and Hand
Engraving, All work and new parts
furnished guaranteed for'one year and
charges are most reasonable.
Also carry a full and complete line of
Jewelry and Optical Goods.
O. R. FEIST, the Jeweler
At Ryan's News Stand