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' i Qnnday, February 17, 1967 DAILY-ARIZONA SILVER BELT GEO. HO ON " y M, IE Hi MARKET Z7 Authority Believe sthat Copper Will Oo Still Hi8her and alvcs Reasons Ho Thinks Uiat Some Copper Stocks Aro Selling t0 IIlg,J' Com1" ont',mes firm llt toi' l'"ccs' Uke and electrolytic are selling at 2C j o,-, cents, respectively, -for delivery daring M.v nml ,Tu"c CoPlor rcai,y for imiuodiiito delivery can bo sold for 5 cents to 'Jd cents per pound. Thoro , no -iSn of i,n-v slackenliiR in the do 'iand. a"'1 notwithstanding tho price is " abnormally high, there is a good ,JIl0ft that it will go still higher. Extremrlj cold and stormy weather nud ,'e long continued fuel shortage have .eritul curtailed copper production at time when there is a demand for con shkrabl more than tho normal output 0f all tin- mines. This strengthens tho Llbilitv that the averago price of ' ,.,er tor the entire year will bo at lcat 2" i,tnts- The recent decline in copper share rjfl,, ,i being recovered rapidly, and, inles money market conditions become strained aijnin, the best of tho coppers teM hae a very substantial advance. The imreae in the Quiney dividend fjfrtel tr.v favorable iuiluenco, and a hir advances in Qulncy and nmnbt stocks helped to start a ronownl of lm " demand throughout tho list. Tlte !.' 1S aBan getting very rapid id wvjkts of questionable value, and I frt constrained to warn investors and ul ttors that they should carefully nenl. fr""1 "ow on ,ao pnrchaso of all roHr "u" lvS WMICI1 aro uo' nown to toe iiiiriiisii- value or trustworthy .r rhero are a great many cop ,,1 nmk which aro already selling mo high. nd comparatively few which till bld out strong attraction to tho 1DV,,.r It is a good rnlo not to buy ,1,, t h k of my producing mino which s.iuM ot be able to show fair earn ing "i its present price with copper ,l,iwn to 1" cents per pound. If suoicbod wishes to buy all tho (UeuU. Tamarack, Islo Royalo, Cen trinial an" Vrcadiau for consolidation M,riiut"- the small holders of these ftotlf -an afford to graciously part wuh tlirir holdings at curront prices. ill tuof stocks are high enough and I feci ii it. onfident that there is more nin ml sd unty and greater profits - b ma U in such stocks as the Bos- i n i nsoli.iated, Utah Copper, Utah unviila'xl topper Range, Oranby, i.rer ' liutte oalition, Anaconda and Vnuama 'I than thero is in holding ,.f turri in anticipation of a consoli- 'iu! ill ' ma nove occur. Vm i.j; th. lower priced speculative (! t'nM- that look most attractive & i.4iiu ii Michigan, East Butte, Uiai.s i i-iroux Consolidated, JJom'tn- i 4-r and Utah Apex. I 'i k bolders of Advonture, Ar- ihi tunklin, Rhode Island, La ilf N K. ale. Mass, Tamarack and ''mi slioibl sell those stocks. Some irn u go higher; but on the m- th-ir demonstrated value, and i i i' i nith other copper stocks 'St ii i hi ihc foregoing, they seem I 'o habit of profit taking - to cultivate, and I hope ai i ii.r .f these letters will try to (r ( i tii e by selling a few of si- f rs which I have loft in the j? i ii list on even substantial i 4) -'a am Wriri Tr- -J t V if c il ea n T f i ljrr will issue 00,000 sharos il stuek to stockholders, pro i. This will give the com- ' "io additional .cash with mplete tho work of dovel- i "iiiipment at its mine and its big concentrating plant. I j is building two units of ni'. ) of only one as orig ii... i Kach unit will be r treating 3,000 tons of ore Hn-ir completion will enable t pnt out 0,800 tons of s " tons continuing to go ill in Bingham Canyon, as with such an output, Utah I produce about 00,000,000 ,'1-er annually at a cost of ss per pound. This would 'anungs of $. to $0 per l -nt copper market, or i per share on a 25-cent 10 cents', giving it a profit of $150,000 monthly, or $3,100,000 annually, equiv alent to moro thnn $9 por share on a 25-cont coppor mnrkot. With such earnings tho company would bo ablo to pay for tho furthor additions to its milling capacity and at tho samo time distribute dividends without expanding Its capital. It is not imprdbnblo, how over, that tho management may docido to build the second and third unitB of Ita mill immediately after tho first unit is given a thorough test, nnd in such an event tho money will probably bo raised by a stock issue to stockholders. Few peoplo realize tho tromondous possibilities nnd probabilities which aro bound up in tho Boston Consolidated proporty. Briefly stated, thoro is a bod of milling o'ro nbout :i,000 foot long, 2,!i00 feot'wido and averaging 200 to :U)() feet thick. It lies at h dopth of HO or 00 feet below tho surface, and the superficial matorinl is being ro moved with steam shovels and railroad trains and preparations mado to mino this oro by tho samo inexpensive pro cess. Tho most caroful and painstaking milling tests furnish a basis for tho bo lief that tho oro will yield at least 25 pounds of -voppor nnd 25 conts in gold nnd silver to the. ton, giving it a vuluo of $G.50jm a 25-cent coppor market, or $4 per ton on 15-cont coppor. It Is ex pected thnt gross operating costs will amount to less than $2 por ton, result ing in a profit of $2 to $1 por ton. As thero aro at least 125,000,000 tons of this ore, however, thero are probabilities of not earnings of $125,000,000, or nenr ly $200 'per sharo for Boston Consoli dated 's capital stock, ovon though tho profits should amount to only $1 por ton. In addition to this immense doposit of milling oro, tho company has oponod two largo bodies of smelting oro similar to that mined by tho Utah Consolidated company, though porhaps not quito as high in grade. Tho lattor oro bodies aro estimated to bo worth $0,000,000 not, though furthor dovolopmont mny add considerably to their demonstrated xotent nnd value. It is not improbnblo that Boston Consolidated may unite with tho Now lions Mines & Smelters company in tho orection of a smelter. Samuel Nowliouso was quoted recently as saying that the Gnrfield Smelting company's refusal to recoive nnd treat a specified amount of Boston Consolidated ores lcmillv broko the contract existing bofween the two companies. By this ho evidently meant thnt Boston Consolidated was now at liborty to make a now smelting con tract or to erect a plant of its own. Becontly Mr. Xowhouse has takon up tho question of possible damages to ag riculture with the farmers residing in tho vicinity of Utah Lake, it being his evident intention to build a smolter pro vided a thorough nnd satisfactory un derstanding can be had with tho agri cultural interests in advance. Such a move would add considerably to Boston Consolidated 's not profits. I consider Boston Consolidated ono of the most attractive purchases on tho copper share list. Walker Copper Letter February l. i Subscribe for tho Daily Silver Belt ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE GLOBE-ARIZONA COPPER COMPANY yenrs thoroaftor, nnd its chartor rights may bo rouowod from timo to timo, not oxcoeding twenty-five yoars at a timo, perpetually. VI. Tho affairs and manngomont of this corporation shall bo conducted by a' Board of Five Directors, selected by its stockholders, who shall be elected annu ally by tho stockholders of tho corpora tion at a timo designated by tho By laws. Until tho first 'annual meeting of thq stockholders, tho nbovo named in corporators shall constitute tho Board of Directors, who shall have full power to adopt By-laws, appoint committees, nud elect oflicers for tho conduct of tho affairs of this company. VII. Tho highest atnount of liability or in debtedness to which this Company may lit any timo bo subjected shall bo Ono Million ($1,000,000.00) 'Dollars, and tho private proporty of its stockholders shall bo exempt from corporate debts of any kind whatsoever. In Witness Whoreof, Said incorpora tors hnvo hereunto sot thoir hands this, tho iUh duy of Fobruury, A. D. 1907. .1. B. NEWMAN, S. L. GIBSON, V. L. TOOMBS, J. A. BORDEAUX, E. M. TOOMBS. TEUIUTOltY OF ARIZONA. County of Qila. ss. Before mo, I, J. Reading, a Notary Public in nnd for tho County of Gila, Torritory of Arizona, on this day per sonally nppoarcd J. B. Newman, S. L. Gibson, 1 L. Toombs, J. A. Bordeaux and E. M. Toombs, known, to mo to be tho porsons whoso names aro subscribed to tho foregoing instrument, and ac knowledged to mo that thoy executed the same for tho purposes and consid eration therein expressed. Given undor my hand nnd seal of of fico this ninth day of Fobruoryi A. D. 1907. 11. J. READING. (Seal) Notary Public. My Commission expires January 2nd, 1911. Filed and recorded at the request of F. L. Toombs on tho 11th day of Feb ruary, A. D. 1907, at 45 minutes past 11 o'clock A. M. E. T. STEWART, County Recorder. By Belle Mnldonado, Do.piity Rocordor. TERRITORY OF ARIZONA, County of Gila. ss. I, E. T. Stowart, County Rocordor in and for tho County of Gila, Torritory of Arizona, do horcby certify that the above and foregoing contain and con atituto a full, true and correct copy of Articles of Incorporation of Tho Globe Arizona Coppor CompanyK as tho samo nppears of record in my oflicc in Book 1, Articles of Incorporation, at page 430; that I have compared tho same with tho original record, and that the same is a true transcript and of tho .vliole thereof. Givon under my hnud and seal of ofilco this 12th day ,of February, A. D. 1907. E. T. STEWART, County Recorder, Gila County, A. T. By Belle Maldonado, Deputy Recorder. First publication February 13, 1907. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE H. H. BRU COMPANY f;rk 1 . :fnn, :g o' f.; (f X l!v ,i. ' UN 5 il n f -SCu f a iP , "I." ,,0, i " Ti dt . ' t it increase probably will . I. pressing mfluenco on the r f the company's stock, as g' s si. iid sell above $- and be annt ! a dividend of that i will be recalled that tho "'o', issued a tblock of new ' kholdcrs at $70 and thnt veiling in the market for a j ru e i that application has been - the stock of the Utah 'pan on the New York ii' As is well known, tno American Smelting k Re "'" own a very largo block ir stock and control the jf the company. John M is managing director a' It is planned to have increase its output rapidly - of oro daily, making its approximately 125,000,000 ppr annually. It would that there aro possibil- j'hmate valuation of $100 are for the stock. I ox- reased speculative activ- k and liitdie.r nrices for 13 'I' par future. . Boston Consolidated St.in I n,..!,,!.,...! !. .1,. -- . -'inmU'll UlilCUlIB UAIl.vai afiam,. ... n. -?.. v iV '" U1KV Will IIU UUIO IU J.OOO-ton mill, now undor without increasing tho apital or otherwise calling "'olidated r. I 'UL . . v;'t'lll I (J :a it Wliev,. , for new 'noney, They ai xl '"' Qrnpany' entire finan- ith , r"'Hnt can be taken caro or 'atltu?,"' ' harul aml sh'P"101118 of ,e 8 n from its sulphido mines. HMo 18 novv spn,-iimr forward t ' uiese ores daily, giving i'Mdj ?U,t"'n of OOOjOOO or moro ... ,f 'opper monthly. JPper monthly. AIlDk i -- na . ... . -i in miU ,B completed, Bos V a, 'Ut"a ''I'ould bo ablo to pro m inn. V'uo.000 pounds of cop taontu Know All Men by Those Presents: That we, tho undersigned, do hereby associate ourselves togother for tho pur pose of forming a corporation under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, and to that end, do hereby adopt the following Articles of Incorporation: I. The name of the corporation shall be THE GLOBE-ARIZONA COPPER COMPANY, and the names of tho incor porators are J. B. Newman, S. L. Gib son, P. L. Toombs, J. A. Bordcaur aud E. M. Toombs, all residents of the Ter ritory of Arizona. II. The principal place of transacting tho business of this corporation and its principal office shall be at Globe, Gila County, Territory of Arizona, and at .suo.li other places as the Board of Di rectors limy iruin nine iu nine ucsig nntc. in. The general nature of the business to bo transacted by this corporation is ns follows, to wit: To purchase, lease, bond or otherwise acquire, own, ex change, sell or otherwise dispose of, pledge, mortgage, hypothecate and deal in mines nnd mining claims, mineral de posits, mineral lands, water and water rights, easements, servitudes, right of way, shares and interests in the capital or other stock and properties of' this and other corporations, and to work, mine, explore, develop and operato samo; and to orcct mills, smelters nnd other planjs necessary for tho reduc tion of ores; to own, handlo and control real estate and mercantile business; to borrow money and execute notes, bonds, mortgages or deeds of trust to secure tho samo, and to oxerciso in respect to nil such bonds, mortgages, notes, shares of capital or other stock and othor se curities nnd obligations, any and all rights, powers and privileges as an in dividual ownor thoreof, including tho right to voto any sharos of stock so hold by it to tho samo extent that a natural person might or could do; and, in gonornl, to do all things necessary to tho proper conduct of tho business of this corporation in this Territory and olsowhero, not inconsistent with the laws of thjrUnitcd States and tho laws of tho Torritory of Arizona. IV. Tho amount of capital stock of this corporation shall be Ono .Million Fivo Hundred Thousand ($1,500,000.00) Dol lars divided into ono million fivo hun dred thousand (1,500,000) shares of tho par valuo of Ono ($1.00) Dollar each, which shall be fully paid and non-assessable. Such capital stock, or any part thoreof, may bo sold for cash, or may bo issued in payment for proporty, ser vices, rights or interests purchased or otherwise acquired, and shall be issued in payment thoroof upon such terras nnd conditions ns tho Board of Directors may determine. V. The timo of tho commencement of this corporation shall be tho dato of the filing of these Articles of Incorpora tion for record in tho office of tho Conn ty Rocordor of Gila County, Territory of Arizona, and a certified copy filed with tho Territorial Auditor, and tho under tho lnws of tho Territory of Arl zona, and wo hereby testify to and adopt tho following Articles of Incor poration: ARTICLE I. Tho nnmes of tho aforo said incorporators aro II. II. Bru, M. E. Bru and S. L. Gibson. ARTICLE II. The name of the in corporation shall bo and is Tho II. II. Bru Company, and its principal place of business shall be at the town of Globo, County of Gila, Territory of Ari zona, with branch offices at such othor places as may be designated by tho Board of Directors. ARTICLE III. Tho nature of the business to bo transacted by the corpor ation is a gonoral brokorugo, mining, roal estate nud insurunco business, in cluding tho power to buy, lease, locate and otherwise acquire and own, ex change, sell and othorwiHo disposo of, pledgo, mortgage, hypothecate and deal in stocks, mines, real estate and all kinds of property, mining claims, oil and mineral lauds, water aud water rights; and to work and improve tho same, to buy, soil and othorwiso ac-t quire, own, sell, lease or othorwiso dis pose of buildings or other structures; to act as an agent for insurance and other companies, and to conduct a gen eral commission business; to act as agents for corporations, companies or individuals for tho purchase, salo and caro of all kinds of proporty, both real and personal; and to act as executor, administrator, guardian, trustco or as signee for any estate, individual, firm or corporation; to borrow money and to executo deeds of trust or promissory notso to securjj. tho payment of samo, or to secure any other debts of this corporation; to loan money, to bring suits at law; to buy and sell mortgages, bonds, notes aud other evidence of in debtedness; to deal In capital stock of this and other incoiporations; to exo cute all tho rights of ownership, in cluding tho right to voto tho same. ARTICLE IV. The capital stock of this corporation shall bo nnd is Twenty fivo Thousand ($25,000.00) Dollars, di vided into Two JIuudied and Fifty (250) shnres of tho j.ar value of Ono Iluudrcd ($100.00) Dollars each. ARTICLE V. The oorporato exist ence of this corporation shall bo twenty fivo years from the date of filing arti cles with tho Auditor of tho Territory of Arizona. ARTICLE VI. A board of three di rectors, who shall bo stockholders in this corporation, shall manage its af fairs. ARTICLE VII. Tho officers of this corporation shall bo n President, Treas urer nnd Secretary, who shall bo elected annually by tho Board of Directors from their number at the first meeting of tho said board after tho annual elec tion of tho said directors. ARTICLE VIIL Tho directors of this corporation, from its organization and until tho ilrst Mondny in January, 190S, and until its successors aro elected and qualified, are II. II. Bru, M. E. Bru and 3. L. Gibson; thereafter the directors shall at the annual meeting of tho stockholders to bo held on tho first Mondny in January in each year, bo elected and qualify for the term of tho office commencing on tho first Mon day in January in each year. . ARTICLE IX. Other offices may be (created or abolished by the Board of ' . Directirs, or by by-laws of this corpora Know All Men by These Presents: tion, and the said offices shall be filled That we, the undersigned, havo this h by election or appointment from timo day associated ourselves togethor for to time as tho directors sec fit, or the the purpose of forming a corporation by-laws shall provide Pageljhreef .'"? ....The Globe National1 Bank; CAPITAL,, $50,000 OFFICERS AND DTJtlOTOM G. S. Van Wagonen, President. J. H. HamllL Vice President. Dr. W. A. Holt - A. W. Sydnor., E. M. White. Tni T; Bragonier. Patrick Rose. Fwd J. OriOa. A. O. Smith, Cashier. J. E. Todd, Aart. Cashier. iSS-3. mmmm we have uneqtjaued faoili td:s.jn oub nev offices, fob T A KINO CASE OF YOUR VALUA BXE,PAPERS, ETC. CALL AND AR RANGE TO SENT ONE OF OUS ST BEL SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. OU.B VAULT IS FIREPROOF. If you want the best results advertising can get for you try the DAILY iSILVER BELT and be convinced. ARTICLE X. A corporate seal and by-laws shall be adoptod by this cor poration, through its Board of Direct ors, and theso articles of incorporation and said by-laws may bo repealed or amended by tho majority vote of tho Board of Directors. ARTICLE XI. Tho corporato indebt edness of this corporation shall at no time exceed sixteen thousand ($10, 000.00) dollars. ARTICLE XII. The private property of tho stockholders and officers of this corporation shall bo exempt from cor- Witness our hands and seals this 7th day of February, A. D. 1007. H. H. BRU M. E. BRU S. L. GIBSON (Seal) (Sal) (Seal) TERRITORY OF ARIZONA, County of Gila. ss. Before mo, F. F. Towle, a Notary Public in and for the County of Gila, Territory of Arizona, on this day per sonally appeared II. II. Bru, M. E. Brul and . L. Gibson, known to mo to bo tho persons whoso names are subscribed to tho foregoing instrument, and ac knowledged to mo that thoy executed tho samo for tho purpose and consider ation therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of office this 7th day of February, A. D. 1007. F. F. TOWLR, Notary Public, My commission expires September 10, 1910. Firstpublication February 10, 1907. NOTICE OF FOEFEITUBE OF MIN ING CLAIMS 'A QUOTATION' Emerson said: "If a man can preach a bott,er sermon, write a better book or build a better mousetrap than Ids neigh bor, the world will form a boaten path to his door, even though his home be In tho woods." You will not'o Emerson says, ' 'A man who can," not a man "who says," and the Globe Jewelry Co. says: If wo continue as wo intend to, to havo our 18K rings 18K and our 11K Jowolry 14K, and sell our high grado goods at a reasonable price, tho people desiring a square deal will form a beaten path to our door. note wo say "18K rings '10K rings stamped 18K." You will 18K," not 0 at a gross cost pf .ftato termination. thereof shalLbe twenty-five 99 2& " A Suggestion If you aro going to remember tho folks at homo this month, wo would suggest that you send ono of our 14K grapo rings or a 14K pick and Bhovel brooch. Wo have sevontoen different styles of grapo and gold quartz rings, ranging in price from $2.25 to $15,00. Tho pick and shovel brooches aro beautiful In design and substantially made.. The prices aro $10, $11, $13 and t$15.. TERRITORY OF ARIZONA, County of Gila. ss. To the Estate of W. W. Dickinson, De ceased, His Heirs and Assigns: You and each of you aro hereby noti fied that we, William Holloway and E. W. Leighton, have expended Ono Hun dred Dollars jn tho year A. D. 1905 and Ono Hundred Dollars in the year A. D. 190G, in labor and improvements on the Black-tail Mining Claim, and havo oxpended Ono Hundred Dollars in labor and improvements on the Colleen Bawn Mining Claim in A. D. 1905 and One Hundred Dollars in labor and improve ments upon said claim in A. D. 1900. each mining claim being located at Dripping Springs Mining District, Gila County, Territory of Arizona, as will appear by Certificate filed A. D. Novem ber 27, 1900, and October 31, 1900, in tho Offico of tho County Recorder, Gila County, Territory of Arizona, in order to hold said premises under the provi sions of Section 2324 Revised Statutes of tho United States, being the amount to hold the samo said premises for the years A. D. 1905 and 190G. And if within 90 days after the notice of this publication you fail or refuse to con tribute your proportion of such expendi ture as co-owners your interest in each of tho said claims will become the prop erty of tho subscribers hereto under said Section 2324. Witness our hands and seals this 2nd day of February, A. D. 1907. W. HOLLOWAY, L.S. 4 30 E. W. LEIGHTON. L.S. OLD DOMINION COMMERCIAL; COMPANY 20 per cent Discount Oiu Dress Goods and Millinery' 3V OLD DOMINION COMMERCIAL COMPANY RYAN'S Stationery, School Books asd School Supplies NEW GRAPHOPHONE RECORDS, get the Latest Any magazine you want Buy your Ammunition here. WE ALSO RENT GUNS. RYAN'S I. TOE: Globe Jewelry : co . IN THE PEOBATE COUET OF THE COUNTY OF OILA, TEEEITOEY OF ARIZONA. Fat Cattle! Yes, and Plenty of 'Em at the GLOBE MEAT MARKET DENIS MURPHY PROPRIETOR WE SUPPLY OTJB TRADE BY BELLING THE FIN EST BEEF TO BE HAD IN TOWN. TRY ON33 OF OUS FAT STEAKS. YOU WILL FIND THAT IT IS BETTER THAN ANY YOU HAVE HAS FOB SOME TDME. WE ALSO HAVE SOME EXTRA FINE KANSAS PORK, CHOICE VEAL AND 1UT TON, THB VERY BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUY. FRESH' POULTRY AT ALL TIMES. j In tho matter of the estate of Francis Jordan, deccasod; notice of sale of real estate at Globo, Arizona. 1 Notice is hereby given that in pursu ance of an order of the Probato Court in and for tho County of flila, Territory of Arizona, made on tho Cth day of July, 1900, in the matter of the estate of Francis Jordan, deceased, the under signed, tho administrator, will sell at private salo to tho highest bidder, for cash, subject to confirmation by said Probato Court, on Saturday, the 2nd day of February, 1907, at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho offico of tho Justice of the Peace in tho City of Globo, in the said County of Gila, Territory of Arizona, tho following described real property, to wit: ' West part of lot 32 in block 82 in Globo townsito, County of Gila, Terri tory of Arizona. ' Terms of salo: Ten per cent in, ad vance; balance on confirmation of sale. W. F. RAWLIN.GS, Administrator of tho Estate of Francis " Jordan, Deceased. Dated January 12, 1907. L F.; KELLNER & COS STORES Will close for inventory February 1.6. All accounts are closed and settlement asked for this pay day. The Globe Bank and Savings Co. is ready to pay all depositors. Those not called for within 10 days will be' placed in the Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co. subject to . their order. e - - The BUSINESS MAN'S LUNCH fi The Lunch Problem is ona that confronts every business man,., "Where ean I get a good, whole-' some lunch, well cooked and quickly served?" Is a ques tion that almost every busy man asks himself every day.i We make a specialy of serving a "BUSINESSMAN'S LUNCH," well cooked, always ready to serve and centrally located as we are, insure celerity and satisfac tion. Try us today Del Monte Restaurant .A. F. BANIGEVIGH, - Proprietor If you want to save money trade at Mill William's Store He carries a full line of Groceries, Hardware, Crock ery, Leather, Liquors and Cigars, Furnishing Goods,. Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gloves and Stationery. Wm. MiU William North Globe and 5melter Merchant BANKER'S GARDEN The Finest Resort in Globe- ! Popular with all classes winter and summer. Re freshments of all kinds. Choice Cigars, Wines and Liquors Schlitz and Anheuser-Busch, Beer always on Draught GLOBE LUMBER COMPANY Wholesale and Retail Dealers 0 h s 1 1 ' n Mining Timbers Speciality A. TROJANOVICH Proprietor W vM"--N !A PS r I. -' 5tf A.' f ".