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;?$- mmfr i Sunday, April 28,. 1907 DAILY ARIZONA SILVER ? ' St v. n yi i i Pase Seven Globo, Ariz., April 9, 1907 Notico is horoby given that J. Britt is no loncor in tho employ of. r or I in any way connoctcd with tho under signed, and said company will not bo responsible for any dobts or obligations contracted by him. CANANEA & GLOBE EXPLORATION & DEVELOPMENT CO. 183 TEMPLE-IN&ERSOLL ELECTRIC AIR DRILLS An unqualified success.. Savo repair ex pense; tako one-third tho power of a regular air drill; two sizes; sold on ap proval. Catalogue and list of users on request. INGERSOLL-RAND Co. of Texas, Box 71 t El Paso A I Word to the RICHARD E. GOODWIN Box 407 GLOB, ARIZONA Lpoitimatb Seciikt Sejivicb In all Its brunches. InvesilBntions. Collections ana BcrvlnR of Wnrrnuis. I'rompt attention to oalK und U business bandied In (strictest con Udcnce. Flret-olaes work juivrnntced, Office with Judge Rawlings t Standard Transfer Co. TRANSFER AND RMfiAGE All Kinds of Hecvy Hauling Done 'M'VVtTvTWVi rTTitiiTiiTiiTiAil BIJ",I V "if 'i ' " '' 'M. ' -' X mm f IP COPYRIGHT J.90S CUNEOINST - SENATOR JULIUS C. BURROWS. Sonntor Julius d Burrows of Michigan, chnlrmun of the senate committee whose report in favor of unseating Heed Smoot of Utah was voted down In the senate. Is au old warhorsc- in politics. For three years during the cl.vil war he served as au olllcer In the Union nrmy. At the close of .the war'ho resumed the practice of law. He was first elected to tho lower house of con gress in 1873. Ho is serving ids third term as United Stntos senator. Two years ago ho was re-elected by unanimous vote of his state legislature. 6 GOLD SUE PROVEN II Men Who Reported Strike of Eich Ore In Mohavo County and Caused Wild Scramhlo for Claims Knew that There WaS Nothing Doing There. The Mohave county gold strike, an nounced in the dispatches a few days, ago, has turned out tb bo a fake, ac cording to tho following from tho Mo have County Minor. - Monday last Kingmnn was thrown into a state of excitcmont by tho re port thnt Fred Brown, Georgo Smith and J. C. Dussnll had made a wondor ful striko of gold oro in a mino on what is known as the "Mother Lode" at Gold Itoad. Assays from oro pur porting to come from tho bottom1 of a thirty-five foot shaft gave a, result of $503 gold to tho ton. Tho pulp from the sample did not show free gold, but whon treated to acid, gavo big horn ing of tho yollow motal, and it was to this fact that no knowledge of its vnluo was known to tho owners, as they xoported that they never had an assay on tho rock depending on horning. We understand that the assayor at Gold Itoad has stated that ho had made many assays from the rock and that it carried but a small amount of gold, which would indicate that tho Jiian who gave out the report was aware of tho fake. Fake reports of this character do a catoip no good and the circulation of such reports should be deprecated by all who have the good of tho country at heart. And while it may be true that tho sample was salted by someone as a "josh," it is also" trub that the fact that samples taken from tho shaft at various stages in sinking did not give results should have made the own ers somowhnt skeptical- of tho big re sults obtained from the samplo submit ted for assay to tho local assayor. And it is again true that very few miners pulp their ore boforo sending it to the assayor, proforring that ho buck down his own samplos in Ins own way. Wo hope that tho serious manner in which the people have takon this fake business will havo a doterrout pffoct on future fakes and that should it oc cur again proper stops "be taken to pun ish tlm men who L'ivc vont to them. Oqld Jioadjias minos of morit.-nml-it-is not 'poDBible .that fakirs can injure its standing in the mining world. PKESCOTT TO HAVE GSEAT ; 1TH OF JULY CXLESEATION "Rough Ridors July 3. In tho afternoon thero will bo a ihonstcr parade, and tho unvoiling coromonics, addresses, etc., and possibly a mall and rcooption that night. "" On July 4 th'oro will bo tho usual patriotic program wild a mooting o'f tho Territorial Firomon's association. Hose rncos, relay races, and qthpr firomon's sports for substantial purses will bo a feature of the day, and a baseball game and other amusomonts will go to mako up the second (lay's program. On July o, the last day of tho cele bration, there will be a big, free bar becue, basoball games, cowboy sports, and probably cavalry drills. There will bo Indian sports and races, Indian dances and games and in tho 'evening great bonfires will bo built, nnd a beau tiful pyrotechnic display of firoworks will iilnmino tho skies around Prcscott. It is rumored that Chief Wallapai Johnnie (Robinson) and Apache Tom (Compbell) will father togothcr a great band of Indian braves to furnish thnt part,of tho entertainment. Tho Qommittco expects to got tho sup port of all territorial railroads, and ex ceptionally low rates will prevail from all Arizona and Now Mexico points for tho colouration, which will bo tho big gest thing to take placo in tho territory, outstdo of the annual fair. ' The various committees arc already hard at work to mako tho celebration in .connection with the unvoiling of the monument to "Bucky" O'Neill some thing to bo long rememboijed with plea sure by all attending, andUt is expected that Bough Riders from allover Ari zona and New Mexico will bo in at tendance. Further details of the celebration will be given in these columns from timo to time, as tho committees further complete their plans. Prcscott i .preparing, to, plaj? host to what is confidently" (jxpjictcd to bp onp of tho largest crowds df visitors from throughout tho tajiritojioa of.Arinpna and New Stox'o over assembled.' in tho "city a mile high," an tho occasion of tho unvoiling of ho- monument to Arizona's hero,, "Baky" O'Neill, July 3, and the nmmrooth celebration being planned for that and the two Mieeocdings days, July 4 -and ft. At a mooting of tho chairmen of '.the sub-committees of tho Citizen's com mittee, hold yostorday, plans for .a Fourth of July celebration, to begin July-3, .with tho unvoilipg cerpmonics, and .to end July 5, with a grand fre,Q barbocuo, and all manner of amuse ments, were outlined, says tho Prcscott Journal-Miner. '"" According to ,the plans of;the differ ent committees, tho eclcbratipn will bc-..-. i, o rf,n;n(r nf Hm Territorial ;m Dun n-vi.w.f, - MINERAL APPLICATION No. 249. United States Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona, April G, 1907. Notice is hereby- given that S. F. Siillcnhergor, of Globe, Arizona, as attorney in fact for John J. Cramer and Martha Ann Cra mer, has made applicationfor patent to tho Ohio lioy No. 2 lode mining claim, Survoy No. 23l7, situated in tho Globe Mining District, Gila County, Arizona, in Section Twenty-four, Township One North, Ra'ngo Fifteen East, and Sec tion Twenty-five, unsurveyed Township One, North, Rango Sixteen East, U. & S. It. B. & M., described as follows: Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whonco tho S. E. Cor. of Sec. 24, Tp. 1 N., It. 15 IS., G. & S. R. B. & M., bears S. 13 deg. 15 min. W. 411.5 feo't; thonco S. Jl deg. 49 min. E. 1500 feet t6 Cor. No. 2; thenco S. -GO deg. 2- miff. W." G07.5 feet' to Cor. No. 3: thonco N. 11 deg. 49 min. W. J500 fect.tp. Cpr. No. 4; thenco N. G9 dog. 2 min. E. G07.5 foot to Cor. No. 1, tho nlaco df beginning. Location no tices are -"recorded in Rocords of Minos', County Recorder's office, said Gifa County, as follows; Original, Book 5, pago 3G0; amended, Book 10, pago 513; amended, Book S,"pago'3i2. Adjoining ctyims aro Surplus on tho north; Loila on tno east; an udkoowji ciuiiu uu mu southeast; and Ohio Boy No. 3, Ohio Boy and JAnw Rock on tho west. MIL TON R. MOORE, Register. First publication .April 9, 1907. 214 '. N TELEPHONE 851 MRS. LEONA POLLOCK DRESSMAKER AND REMODELER Next Door to Webster House, GLOBE H. C. vr XT H OODK ms U. S. MINERAL SURVEYOR Room 16, Globe Building MUCK SHSESai65S.S2MSa The Arizona RFAl TATE gmm laut.TT-'i.i: IK." Broker and Builder Sell . you a lot and build you a home. Payments made on' Installment Plan. CALL QUICK Hirsh-Wickwire & Co. Makers of the Finest of Clothing Ready to Wear n , Ut Wise THE LATEST ARRIVALS Among Our Always New Stock Are Shirt Waist Sets Belt Pins Silver Toilet Articles Silver Tableware Shallow and Flat Ware Cut Glass Copper Ware and others too numerous to mention, but never too numerous to show. Globe Jewelry Co. H ; F. L. JONES & SON. Funeral Directors and Embalmers OFFICE PHONE 432. RESIDENCE PHONE 433. W. S. SULTAN H. T. WAYNE Deputy U. S. Mineral Surveyor .? Tho Acmtf Hotel and Bar . 7n keeping with' Mnnrigcr Tommo's nertion on taking charge of this house another fcaturo of improvement 'was added in tho Acmo Cafe. Tina no'.v make? this place one in which anything in. tho eating or drinking lino can ho "obtained in service of tho most approved fashion. The best of wines, liquors and cigars aro kept and tho servico polite and attentive. ' ' tf rhono in your want ads. Main 231. .TBT'K,.':i' V"-TUB . 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Noexpenso is spared In manufactur ing tho product of Hirsh-Wickwiro U Co. and tho extra dollar or two moro iriyested by them represents a great saving to you when tho dignity their clothing lcnd3 to your appearance and the Rearing quailtips -are taken into consideration. A? ' Vo' hrndlo Hrsh-Wickwiro &. Co clothing exclusively In our city be cause, wo rccognizo Its merit andTktJo'W It .will givo you tho satlsfactloh'-'you havo a right to expect. tfho thoroughness of tho lnsido work guarantees tho "usual" outward ap- pearanco unti.1 tho clothes wear oit. : Wo Get the style and you havo tho satisfaction of feeling faultlessly at tired jfhen wearing any article bearing this trademark. -. Men's and Boys' Outnuers . ! f ". . : . , : o'm ' - ' j jtf j "IS '- m' Pry?i f Ghit-AnxtMA Copper C A'.orXtdlf Mnrrutt. A property recently acquired ' by Messrs. J B. "Ne-wmn,,? -L1. .Toombs, S." L. Gibson and J. A. Bordeaux lies 2 1-2 miles N. E. of Globe, and makes one of . the. best showings o any prop Jl? erty in thecamp. When Globe was a silver campthat property was one of tHe best:producers. In those datys mucb:copper ore was produced but could not be smelted because, .there- was -no . - 'RiTipltfncr fnp.ilit.iQR, Vipvp nnr nrv railroad to anv other. Now conditions are changed. With one of the best smelters (Phelps-Dodge) to be hs(L-, ' anywhere and with a good down-hill road to same, and but 2 1-2 miles away," and ., with ore which Engineer E. A. Wayne, Supt. of Globe Consolidated Copper Co. ' found to contain on the average of 12.3 copper, 34 dz. silver (and which other'3 ( who assayed for gold found to contain $4 to $8) and themine with a depth of 290 . feet has oyer $20,000 of ore in sight and ready for shipment, makes a most splen did showing. The 22 h. p. hoist whichthis Company recently purchased from the Gibson Copper Co. will be installed next week and the Company will begin regular shipments from hereon. ,io For development purposes the Company has a small -block of Treasury stock tin .the-.market in the east at 40c cash and from returns coming in will not have this on sale very long. After sale of this block (if any more be sold) the price will be . increased 60 or 75 per cent. The object being to sell no more stock than absolutely ' necessary to put the property in good working condition. The officers and those who know the district thoroughly believe this will be reached when .sufficient ., machinery be installed to handle the ore known to exist. ; The location of the property would make the proof more positive aside from the very fine show ing made as quoted, The stock is being handled by the Arizona Security and Develop ' ment Association and all communications should be addressed to X, G. M. Box 872 '. , Globe, Arizona 4 , v z -, ,-, ( V i ',". iSA ' ; 'f' Jll !.