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S1 m 1JT- rr -AH ii ' Saturday, April 13, 1907 DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT ?Page Five In Every Depart ment of Banking FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GLOBE Is prepared to serve you in a satisfactory manner "-?: , : i?t 11if liMJI Mil ''il PHS8HWWB! ' :Mj t - tH'fHti'WH'H'I'H'IIM'W'l'l iliiHt.lnHiiHM-'M"''!1 We Own the Earth We have ground that will please you. Step in as you are going by. You don't have to climb any stairs, just open the door and walk in. The horse and buggy is always at your service and we are always glad to show you what we have in the line of Realty Values A FOUR ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT Bargains in Improved property too numerous to mention. ''Quick Turns and Short Commissions," our motto. Globe Real Estate Office Next Door to Silver Belt 1 4 'H"H"H" H''t"H i-i"H"i I I i ! I ll f IIM 14 M TI ANOTHER SLIP Eccovory of Values in Wall Street Last Week too Rapid and Duo to Relaxa tion in the Monoy Market Futuro Courso Very Doubtful. Hollow Concrete Building Blocks :MADE TO ORDER DIMENSIONS: ADVANTAGES OF HOLLOW CON CRETE BUILDINGS brapne&i of construction; buildings warm a winter, cool in summer, dry ventilated , walls. Are and dust proof; Insurauce Is , cheaper: requires no painting or repairs: I 'locks can be laid in tne wall rapidly and require but Utile mortar: plastering mar te done on the back of the stone, saving , lathing: free from rati, mice or vermin; perfectly sanitary, resists rain and dries i julckly while solid, walls remain damp. I use the Right Process, the Right Material and have the Right Kind of Blocks, also the Right Kind of Machin ery. Estimates on Building Promptly Furnished. Call at J. MAUREL Two-story Concrote Block House, West of Globe Lumber Yard GEO. SHUTE'S Feed, Hay and Grain Stable New Livery Rigs for Hire. We make a specialty of buying and selling horses and vehicles of. e'very kind Old Dominion Commercial Co. Special Sale of Japanese and China Summer Silks All Shades in Polka Dot and Flowers, also Plain White. Re duced from 65c, 85c and $1.00 per yard to 50c per yard. WHILE THEY LAST See Window Display. J2L. Old Dominion Commercial Co. W.HfrM--M"M-'M"l"I"l'M .M.r.I"M-M..l-.H..l..l..t"H"l"H"Hi-4"H" Wall Paper, Paints and Oils We carry a Complete Line of Wall Paper, Ready-mixed Paints, Varnishes and Brushes We will paper, paint or tint your house for you at the lowest possible figures. If you have any work in our line, do not fail to see us before having it done. If you cannot call, phone us, and we will call on you SATISFACTION IS OUR MOTTO i G. S. VAN WAGENENi t Next to the Post Office Telephone 372 J "TT"" "PVTTTT WPTTT" V1 (By I. J Kinsey) OLOBL April 12. Tim position of tho mnrket nml prosperity of the coun try is well described iu the following articlo by n well known (innncinl writ or: "Marked relaxation in tliu monoy ninrkot, resulting from an abundant niQasuro of treasury relief, the failure of any diie predictions to materialize, either at home or abroad; tho elimina tion from tho situation of somo disturb ing factors and the subordination, for tho time being, of othor influences, caused last week an extensive recovery in stock prices. Bonds also improved materially. In that division tho best features of the security market devel oped. "This change, which has taken place iu Willi street, has been rapid, indeed, to persons who had not reckoned fully uon tho influence of nearly $20,000,000 of public monoy poured into tho fam ished market within a fortnight. "One hears not unnaturally in cer tain quarters of Wall street that the recovery in speculative securities has been too rapid to be sustained long. Possible such is the case, for the mar ket just emerging from a collapse which has done great injury has progressed far and fast in its recovery. It is scarcely logical iu the sequence of events to lok for development of a bull market, growing out of a measure of rolief devised to check or avert panicky conditions ,utid a "bear panic'' such as Wall streot saw, has never iu the past afforded a strong foundation for a bull movement. "Forty million dollars and whatever other sum may be added to it arising out of government refunding operations is not an inexhaustible fund. Judging by the lonn expansion that has existed in Now York, despite liquidation, and by the very much depleted reserves of interior institutions, there is still a heavy demand on resources. "Somo business contraction is ex pected, and, in fact, is now openly pro. dieted by practically every important financier, but it has not shown to any extent as yot, and it may, in fact, be deferred by this apparently abnormal condition caused in the New York mon ey market by tho outpouring of treas ury funds." Boston Coppers Allouez $ 52.00 American-Saginaw 9.25 Arizona Commercial 21.00 Butte & lAindon 1.73 Boston Consolidated 25.00 Bingham 17.00 Black Mountain 0.25 Butte Coalition 5.75 Cananea Central 20.00 Copper Range ! 70.75 Calumet .- Arizona ! 151.00 Daly-West . 10.00 Denn-Arizona ... 0.25 Ely 0.00 East Butto 10.00 Qranby 130.00 Hancock ........ 9, Keweenaw '..... 9 Grceno-Cananea ... 15 North Butte S8j Nevada Consolidated 14.' Nipissing : 13. Old Dominion 51. Osceola 139. Shannon 17. Shattuck, asked 31. Superior & Pittsburg 18. Utah Consolidated 00. 8, 12. Franklin 17. Centennial '. 29, Mohawk .. 77, Adventure .'...7. 3, National, bid .'.......... Coninnche, bid Wolverine & Arizona, asked ... L. S. & A., bid 8 Helvotia 3, Superior & Boston - 3 Calumet & Globe Quincy 110, Tamarack ....'..... 100, Trinity 20, Arcadian . 0 Queen, bid Globe Wheatfields, asked Central Copper, asked Inspiration, asked .. Globe-Arizona, asked New York Stocks Amalgamated $ 93, Anaconda , 01, American Smelters 132, Colorado Fuel & Iron 35, Heading 107, U. S. Steel, common 38 New York Central 119 Pennsylvania 125 Union Pacific '. 137 St. Paul 135 Southern Pacific , 81 Atchison 95 Baltimore & Ohio 99 rJrio 24 Money, 2,,f. per cent, iskcd kot and prove to tho public that tlicro is a great future, especially in tho cop per industry. Railroad stocks aro now good invest ments nntl will climb up nml show a good profit in tho near future. The drop this week in, stocks cannot be considered tho beginning of a panic. It is only n neglected market. Tho ensy money rnto, it being quoted at 2 por cent today, proves this conclusively. Now York Stocks Bid Amalgamated 93.02 Anaconda 01.00 Aniericnn Smelting 132.12 Atchison .... ., 93.00 Baltimore & Ohio 94.50 Colorado Fuel & Iron 35.50 Erie 24.50 New York Central 119.37 Pennsylvania 125.37 Reading 107.25 Southern Pacific 84.00 St. Paul 135.00 Tennessee Coal & Iron ....144.50 Union Pacific 137.62 U. S. Steel, common 38.12 Boston Listed and Curb Markets 84.25 Allouez 52.00 55.00 Wnrren Globe Consolidated fi7 75 00 ,00 25 75 00 75 00 ,12 50 ,00 ,25 ,00 ,75 ,50 .00 .00 .57 .50 .50 75 .75 00 00 i.00 25 00 .02 .00 .00 .25 .35 ,02 ,00 ,12 ,50 ,25 ,12 ,37 .37 02 00 ,00 .00 .50 .50 (By II. II. Bru Co.) GLOBE, April 12. The market was decidedly weak today and showed very little activity. Tho report of spot cop per selling off four pounds in London created also quite a drop, and putting this together with tho lnbor troubles at Bisbeo and tho smcltcrmon in Montana, has created a dull market. I seo no reason for nny uneasiness whatovcr, as all dividend paying cop per stocks should not drop much lower. The assuranco offered by dealers in cop per that it will remain at 20 conts or over for somo time to como, nnd then on the other hand look at the great equipment that Jnrgo companies are put ting in. This ought to steady tho mar- Arcadian 0.50 Amoric'nu-Saginaw 9.25 Adventure 3.00 Arizona Copper 21.00 Boston Consolidated 25.00 Butto & London 1.75 Bingham 17.00 Butte Coalition 25.75 Black Mountain 0.25 Calumet & Arizona 151.00 Centennial ., 29.75 Copper Itauge 79.50 Canaiia Central 20.00 Daly-West 13.25 Denn-Arizona 9.00 Ely ... 9.00 East Butte 10.00 Franklin 17.00 Greeim-Canaiiea 15.75 Granb 130.00 Globe Consolidated 12.25 Helvot.a :.. 3.75 Keystone ........ Michigan .' 14.50 Mohawk 77.50 Nomla Utah 400 Nevadn Consolidated 14.00- North Butto, .....'. - 88.00 Ni'issiug 13,25 National ,.. Osceola ....139.00 Old Dominion ... 51.75 Quincy .110.00 Raven .'. 1.00 Shannon 17.75 Superior & Boston 3.50 Superior & Pittsburg 18.12 Tamarack lOG.Ot) Trinity 20.25 Utah Consolidated 00.50 Warren t. 8.50 Wolverine & Arizona 2.75 Comanche Globe-Arizona ,...! Queen Copper Iron Cap J. Inspiration ...... ....... Central Coppcj .... ....".. Globe & Pinto . Union Copper .'. ..V .-. Five Points Globe Western .v Globo Imp. Assu East Globe Monoy, 2V per cent. 9.75 3.50 25.00 20.00 2.00 17.50 2(5.00 0.50 152.00 30.00 27.50 10.00 9.2, 11.00 17.50 10.00 132.00 12.75 4.00 2.50 15.00 78.50 14.25 SS.50 13.50 .75 140.00 52.00 11S.00 18.00 3.75 18.25 108.00 20.75 01.00 9.00 .52 .40 .03 .75 .33 .00 .10 .00 2.00 .15 112.50 10.00 ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE PINE MOUNTAIN COPPER .COMPANY Be it known that the undersigned have associated themselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of Arizona Territory. And adopt the following Articles of Incorporation: First. That names of the incorpora tors aro E. .1. Long, Calvin Long, and Elmer Long, residents of Globe, Ari zona Territory, and tho name of the corporation shall bo "Pine Mountain Copper Company" and its principal placo of business shall be at Globe, Gila County, Arizona Territory. Second. The general nature of the business proposed to bo transacted by this corporation is as follows: To purchase, of acquire, own, hod, operate, develope, work, and sell mines and mining claims, and to mine, mill, smelt, and rcfino ores, and minerals, and to purchaso or acquire, develop, erect, equip, nnd operate machinery, structures, ditches, flumes, pipe lines, reservoirs, water, water rights, wator, light, and power plants; to purchaso own, hold, improve, lease, sell, and deal in real estate, personal property, goods, wares and merchandise, shares of stock and obligations of corporations. And to lease purebnse, construct, operate, trails, tramways, wagon' and railroads, and all means of transportation con venient in tho business of this cor poration. Third. Tho Capital Stock of this cor poration authorized is $750,000.00 di vided into 750,000 shares of the par Value of $1.00 each, said stock shall be non-assessable and fully paid for when issued and said stock is to bo issued to E. J. Long and his associates, in a rea sonable time after completion of this corporation, upon condition that ho con voys to this corporation, mining claims named ,"Ava" "Ava No. 2" "Ha zel" "Hazel No. 2" "Hazel No. 3" situated in Gila Qounty, Arizona. Fourth. The timo of tho commence ment of this corporation shall be the dafo of the filing of a certified copy of theso Articles in the office of tho Ter ritorial Auditor of tho Territory of Ari zona, and it shall continue to exist for twenty-fivo years thereafter. Fifth. Tho affairs of this corporation shall bo conducted by a Board of Di rectors, of five porsons. And the di rectors for tho first year shall bo E. J. Long, Elinor Long, J. II. Lucas, J. F. Hatrick, and William Pohl, all resi dents of Gila County, "Arizona, who shall hold oflico until the second Satur day in April, 1908, or until thoir suc cessors arc elected and qualified. The annual mootlngs of tho stock holders shall bo hold on tho second Sat urday of April of each year at 2 o 'clock P. M. at Globo, Arizona, or at such tlmo nnd place as may bo fixed by the by-laws at which meetings the stock- holdors shall elect directors for the ensuing year. Tho Board of Directors shall have power to fill all vacancies occurring in tho Board, and snail elect a president, vico president, secretary, and such other officers as may be provided for by tho bydnws adopted at a stockholders meet ing. Sixth. Tho liighcst nmount of indebt edness and liability direct or contin gent, to bo contracted or incurred by this corporation is tho sum of Five Hun dred Thousand Dollars and tho private property of stockholders shall bo exempt from corporate debts'. In Witness Whereof, We hnvc here unto set our hands and seals this the 0th day of April, 1907. E. J. COLE (Seal) CALVIN LONG (Seal) ELMER 'LONG (Seal) TERRITORY OF ARIZONA, County of Gila. ss. Before me, J. II. Lucas, a Notary Public in nnd for tho County of Gila, Territory of Arizona, on this day per sonally appeared E. .1. Long, Calvin Long and Elmer Long, known to mo to be the persons whpso names are sub scribed to the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged to mo that they executed the same for tho, purpose and consid eration therein expresses. Given under my hnnd and seal of oflico this 0th day of April, A. D. 1907. J. II. LUCAS, (Seal) Notary Public My commission expire July 13, 1910 The CentralCopperCompany ANNOUNCES TO THE PUBLIC THAT 20,000 Shares of the Capital Stock OF THE COMPANY WILL BE OFFERED FOR PUB LIO SUBSCRIPTION AT 60 Cents per Share THE COMPANY IS Capitalized at 100,000 Shares Par Value $1.00 SHARES OUTSTANDING, 46,000. SHARES IN THE TREASURY, 64,000. STOCK MAY BE PURCHASED AND Paid for in Four Monthly Installments of 15 Cents Each OR MAY BE PAID FOR IN CASH. SHARES PAH) FOR IN CASH CARRY WITH THEM THE RIOHT TO PURCHASE AN EQUAL NUMBER OF SHARES ON OR BEFORE FOUR MONTHS AT 60 CENTS PER SHARE. THIS GIVES THE PURCHASER A VALUABLE OPTION, AS THE STOCK WOULD BE GREATLY ENHANCED IN VALUE BY A STREKE SUCH AS IS LIKELY TO BE MADE WITHIN THAT PERIOD. Filed and recorded at tho request of J. H. Lucas on tho 0th day of A'pril, A. I). 1907, at 10 o'clock. E. T. STEWART, County Recorder. By L. M. Brookner, Deputy Recorder. 103 PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. P. B. CALER DENTIST Office over Palace Pharmacy DRS, WILSON & WILEY PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS f Office Rooms, 5-7-9 Trust Building Oflico Phone Main 1841 Residence, Dominion Hotel GEO. J. STONEMAN Attorney At Law Office in the Butler Building GLOBE, - - ARIZONA DOCTOR McPHEETERS rksidence Hotel Dominion Phone 1341 Office: ROOMS 1-3 TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE H01 GEORGE K. FRENCH ATTORNEY, COUNSELOR-AT-LAW GLOBE, ARIZONA NOTICE TO THE LADIES OF GLOBE MRS. HENRY REED Has opened' her elegant parlors for hair dressing, shampooing and facial mas sago in the now Toomb3 building, where sho will bo ploascd to demonstrate her first-class opportunities for giving the ladies of Globe efficient treatment. Call and bo convinced. Rooms 7 and 8, P. O. BIdg. Phone 1241 NIGHT SCHOOL During tho summer vacation Prof. A. K. Stabler will conduct a Night School, offering the following courses: ENGINEERING: Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Mechhnics, Mechanical Drawing. BUSINESS: Bookkcoping, Commercial Arithmetic, Letter Writing, Spelling, Shorthand. ELOCUTION: Composition, Interpreta tion, Gesticulation, Public Speech. COMMON BRANCHES: Those of tho upper grammar grades. SPANISH: Under a competent teacher. School opens Juno 3. Address inquiries to P. O. Box 525. Subscriptions will be taken from April Fifth till April 20th, at the Globe Real Estate Office The Central Copper Company GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC t44'i-4-"a""i-a"i"-i"i"i"-M"i"-:"i"i'-i"i''--i-i-ii'i-'f I These warm days eat GRAPE FRUIT FOR BREAKFAST :: Tney cool the system and are known J :: eyerywnere as a healthful tonic as well :: as a delicicions dainty. To be had at all First class Grocery and Fruit Stores. Ask for them ! M"H1 1 1 1 H"H"1"H"1 H MrMi4'i'M"H'H"l'Hlliliii"H'li-lii F. L. JONES & SON. Funeral Directors and Embalmers OFFICE PHONE 432. RESIDENCE PHONE 433. BARCLAY, HIGDON & CO. Single and Double Teams Saddle Horses Hay, Grain & Coal A Specialty made of Fine Livery Rigs Telephone 171 Globe, Arizont. Silver Belt Want Ads Bring Results I. N, KINSEY, Incorporated BROKERS Dealers in listed and unlisted securities Quotations from New York, Boston and Duluth by quick wire service Listed stocks carried on substantial margins Office in Lobby of Dominion Hotel Phone 1221 The Globe National Bank G. S. Van Wagenen, President. Dr. W. A. Holt. E. M. White. Patrick Bose. A. O. Smith, Cashier. CAPITAL, $50,000 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS $. fe. Hamlll, Vice President. A. W. Sydnor. Fred T. Bragonier. Fred J. Griffin. J. B. Todd, Asst. Cashier. WE HAVE UNEQUALED FAOILI TD23 IN OUR NE. OFFICES FOB TAKING CABB OF YOUB VALUA BLE PAPERS, ETC. CALL AND AR RANGE TO BENT ONE OF OUB STEEL SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. OUB VAULT IS ITREPEOOF. J: .B "' V. . - .,. &x$l&H'i " -?