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REVIEW WANT ADS
Advert!::menta under this dead
each issue with a minimum charge of
reach The Review office not later t
WANTED Young man, alwut 18
years old, neat appearance for
sales-clerk Apply Phelps-Dodge
i blore olflce. 179.
"vVANTED Clean, cottoug rags at
? Ttoview office. 13C
WANTED Three seamstresses ex
perienced In faltering women's gar
ments and who can assist In fit
ting. Inquire at once at "The Fair'
WANTED Good ranch board for
oung man II. c,o He view. 181
WANTED Girl to do becond work.
Apply Mrs. W H. Brophy.
HARRIS BLOCK FURNITURE CO.
New and second hand furniture
bought and sold. Fine stock wall
paper. Brewery avenue, phone
WANTED To pay the highest cash
' price for your furniture. It costs
yo. nothing to call us up, and it
will save- du money. G. O. BRAN
SON, Johnson Add- Phone 425 76
ft'ANTED To Duy second Hand fur
niture and household goods.
Brooks Cooper Furniture Co.
, I'ythlan Castle. O. K. St. 62
SALESMAN Wanted Selling stores
in country places Old established'
Co 's nw premiums that sell.
Large commission. Send refer-1
ences. Bunch Co, 1247 So. State
St , Chicago. 165
WE WANT a local representative in I
our town to sell high grade spe
cialty direct to automobile owners.
Good profit Exclusive rights Ad
dress C. S. Harper company, 622
So. Olive, Los Angeles 17')
FOR RENT 2 housekeeping rooms.
No. 12, Jiggcrville. J75
FURNISHED room for 1 or 2 men.
Rent reasonable. 65 Brewery Ave.
Opp. Hickey's store 182.
FOR RENT Furnished room. Board
If desired. 7S West Quality hH.
FOR RENT A 2-room furnished
house for light housekeeping. Ad-
, dress P. O. Box 931, City. 5S
FOR RENT Two large housekeeping
V rooms, at Warren, by John Ceron.
STEAM heated rooms at the Golden,
ff Main Street. 832
OR RENT Furnished front room
for c-e " " rr'i,. . 6 oak
et St., !- -'it t ... . .; wl8, Mrs.
. JF-, Lipperi. 750
FOR TIENT N'cely furnished rooms.
IS 00 per month and up. Also house
keeping rooms.Lorcns .HotoL for
irnerly Klnsey House. Phone Black
For Sale Miscellaneous..
FOR SALE Parks strain bred to
; lay Barred Plymouth rocks. Five
and " six months old. Also few
BBff Orpingtons. l'J6 Moon Ave
FOR SALE Standard bilHard table
; 4x9, Brunswick Balk-Calandar
Co. Used two years. Will soil
cheap as owner Is leaving town.
See Haiglor, the real estate man
Connecting with E. F. Hutton LCo.s private. wire
Stocks, Bonds, Grains
oiuuiv: a aumiauy.
Office Copper Queen Hotel
to all principal exchanges.
Phone ! 35 - "' '
at the rate of 1 cent per word fsr
25 cent. Advertisements must
han p. m. for Insertion In ine net
FOR SALE Rubber tire buggy, har
ness and horse. 13 Naco Road,
pheno 489. o- Box C93. 100
FOR SALE Coal, best In town.
Wlldman's Lumber Yard, phone Si.
FOR SALE 100 thoroughbred White
Leghorn Pullets, five to six uonths
old, at $12.00 per dozen. Address.
Marshall Humphrey, 137 N. Central
Ave Phoenix, Ariz.
LEARN AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING,
DRIVING ON up-to-date cars; elec
tr.cal, civil engineering, sun ej tog;
methods most practical; room and
board while learning, positions se
cured; batisfacticn guaranteed; cat
alog free. National School of Engin.
ccrlng, 2110 W. 7th. Los Angeles
$50 00 TO $300.00 monthly, all or
spare lime experience unneces-'
sary. Want active man this local-1
ity. Sickness, injury, death bene
fits. Write quick. I. L. U.. Cov
HAIRDRESSING, manicuring, mas
sage, scalp treatment, dyeing and
chiropody. Residence work a spe
cialty. Mrs. J. A. Wright, Phone
Red 536. 572.
PAINTING and decorating.
Arnold Phone 156.
IN THE SUPERIOR COU'JT OF
THE COUNTY OF COCHISE,
STATE OF ARIZONA
The Miners and Merchants Bank,
of Bi&bec, a Corporation,
D J. Spires and Maggie Spires,
his wife, and Ethel N Spires,
SHERIFF SAIJ3 NO. 5258
I nder and by virtue of an Order ol
Sale, issued cut of the Superior Court
of tho County of Cochise. State ct
Arizona, on tho 4th day of October,
1912 in the above entitled action,
wherein THE MINERS AND MER
CHANTS BANK of Blsbee. a Corpor
ation, the above named plaintiff ob
tained n Judgment in the District
Court of the Second Judlcia' District
of the Territory of Arizona In and, for
the County of Cochise, againn D. J.
Spirer, and Maggie Spires, his wife.
Defendants, on the 27th day of July,
1910 for the sum of Five Hundred sev-eniy-sl
and C5-300 ($576.05) Dollars,
together with interest therecn at 10
per cent per annum until paid, and
the further sum of Two Hundred Fif
ty (?250.00) Dollars, as Attorneys
Fees and costs of suit In tho amount
of Jwcrily-flv and 20-100 ($25.20)
Dollars, beside all further costs and
accrulnir costs 1 am commanded to
sell that certain property, particular
ly described as follows:
"The surface ground only of Lots
One (1). Two (2), and Three (3) as
surveyed and plotted by H. W. .lor.
genson, M. E situated on the
"AURORA" Mining Claim, in the
Warren Mining District, Cochise
County, State of Arizona, aad more
particularly described as rollows: Be
ginning at a post set in the ground,
the North side line of the County
Road in Tombstone Canyon, and ten
feet East of the We3t Side Line of
said Aurora Mining Claim, thence
North on a line, bearing N. 27 deg. 42
mio. E. 100 feet to a post set In the
srround, the South side line of the
street, marked on the Plat as First
Street, thence E. along the South side
l.ne of said street on a line bearing
N C2 deg. 18 mln W 150 fet to a
post set in the ground Thence S.
Building. Private wires
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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE. ARIZONA. SUNDAY MORNING, OCT OBER 20, 11)12
on a line bearing 27 deg. 12 mln, W.
, S0.6S feet: (hence W. on a line bear-
mg jm. ez cieg. is mui. w. 40 feet,
to a stake set in the ground; thence
W. on a line bearing N. 8G deg. 27
mln. W. 120.16 feet to the place of
Public totico is hereby given that
on Friday the first day of No ember,
1912 b 2 o'clock a. m. of that day
front of the Court House door of
tho County or Cochise, I will In obedi
ence to said Order of Sale, sell the
above described property, or so much
thereof as may be necessary to sat
isfy salts J'tgmnt, -with interest,
costs, ,-ind accruing co-ts and Attor
neys Fees to the highest and best bid
der, for cash, lawful money of the
Dated at Tombstone, this 9th day
of October, 1912.
HARRY C. WHEELER. Sheriff.
By GUY a WELCH, Deputy Sheriff
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
SAN ANDREAS MINING COMPANY
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS: That ne, tho under
signed A. J. Balmforth, A. L. Engcls,
and R. T. W. Moss, have associated
and do hereby associate ourselves to
gether for the purpose of forming a
corporation -under the laws of the
f wk " "C
,,, , .C ; ,, ", " "?" """
tZIZu1!1? as tho Ar
tides of such corporation
Thtf names, residences and post
office addresses of tho Corporators
aro as follows:
A. J Balmforth. residence and post
office address, Warren. County of Co
A. L. Engcls, residence and post
office address. Bisbee. County of Co
ch.se, Arizona. ' '
R. T. W. Moss, residence and post
office address, Blsbee. County of Co
The name of the Corporation shall
be, SAN ANDREAS MINING COM
PANY, and its principal otilco and
placo of transacting business shall be
in the City of Blsbee. Count of Co
chise, State of Arizona, with branch
offices and places of business at any
other place or places in any of the
dependencies of the' United States, in'
MflllS Torr fnr fto rnlnn oo .
tho District of Columbia, or in any for-
eign country, as may be designated
and established from time to time by
the Board of Directors of the Com
lany, hereinafter provided for.
Tho general nature of the business
proposed to be transacted and car
ried on Is as follows. The buying. sell-
ing, leasing, bonding, working, devel
oping and operating of mines, ores
and bullion, and the doing of any and
o cry thing, and the transaction of any
and every business which may be
deemed by the Board of Directors nec
essary, requisite, useful, convenient,
incidental or auxiliary to the general
purposes of this Corporation.
In furtherance and not in limitation
of the general powers herein set forth
this Corporation shall also have
(a) To construct, or otherwise ac
quire buildings, factories, machinery.
engines, cars, and other equipment.
railroads, elevators, water-works, gas
works, electric works, viaducts, aque.
ducts, canals and other water ways,
roads and turnpikes .and any other
means of transportation, and to stll
the same, or otherwise to dispose
thereof, or to maintain and operate
the same, except that in case of rail
roads, tramways, turnpikes or canals, !
this corporation shall only have power i
to construct and operate the sama
from Its principal works or place of
business to some navigable stream or
to porno existing railroad, turnpike
or public highway.
(b) Subject to the provisions of
law, to acquire by purchase or other
wise, and to sell, dispose of, re-issue
and otherwise deal in the stock ol
this or any other corporation, reai
estate, mill sites and water rights, and I
to erect, own and operate necessary
buildings, smelters, mills, machinery
(c) To mine for gold, silver, lead
and copper, and other metals and mln-1
erals, and to sell, reduce and refine, r
and otherwise prepare the same for)
marxec, ana to acquire, own. nowAuu.ni ut tuv-niat.
and control inventions, rights, and let
ters patent, relating and incident to
the mining, smelting and developing
(d) To conduct and otherwise car
ry on a general merchandise busintss.
(e) To borrow money, and execute
notes, bonds, mortgages or deeds yol
trustHo secure thoTsamp.'
In general, to do an)r aU'of-thehpose; and1 consideration therein ex.
thingse herein mentioned, as fully and
to the same extent as- natural persons
(night or could do, and in any part
of, the worjd; having and exercising 1n
these irefpccts; all fof th&Jpo''erscon
ftrred upon corporations of thisclass
by the laws oftfaeStJte of Arizoc- M
being hereby expressly provided ins
the foregoing enumerations of specific
powers shall be construed both as ob
jects and powers, and shall not bo held
to limit or restrict in any manner the
powera of tho corporation.
The amount of capital stock of the
Corporation shall lie Three Hundred
Thousand Dollars ( ft300.000.00) di
vided Into three hundred thousand
shares of the par valuo of One Dollar
($1.00) each, which when Issued
shall be fully paid and non-assessable.
Said capital stock shall be Issued
upon suth terms and conditions and
at such times as the. Board of Direo
tors may determine or prescribe; and
the same may be ifsued In exchange
for property, contracts, services or
other benefits of any kind or charac
ter accruing to the corporation, as the
Board of Directors may ia their judg
The time of the commencement of
this Corporation shall be the data
when a certificate of incorporation is
Issued to said corporation by the Cor
poration Commission of tho State of
Arizona, and the said corporation, un
less renewed, shall terminate, twenty,
five years thereafter; but the same
may be renewed from'time to time, as
now provided by law. so as to make
the same perpetual .
The affairs of this Corporation shall
be conducted by a Board of nine Di
rectors who shall be elected from
among the stockholders, annually, at
the annual meeting thereof. The an
nual meeting of tbestockholders of
this Corporation shall be held at the
principal office of ho Corporation, at
Blsbee, Cochlso County, Arizona, on
the third Tuesday of the month of
November of each year, said directors,
when elected, shall hold office, until
their successors are- elected and Qual
ified, -and any -vacancy- In the Board
shall bo filled by election by tho re
maining members of the Board from
among the stockholders of the corpor
ation, and shall serve until their suc
cessors are elected and Qualified.
The Board of Directors shall have
the power to elect, and appoint ana
define the duties of, the officers,
agents, and employees of the corpor
ation; at any general or special meet
ing to adopt bylaws for the corpora-
"on- ana to f?"1' re?5a,,or rescind
the same; and when authorized by the
affirmative vote of a-majority of tho
Issued and outstandmg-capltal stock
of tho Corporation, convey, sell, oi-
otnerwlso dispose of all of the assets
of Uiis Corporation; or to lease or
mortgage all of the assets of this
company, and to sell, convey or other-
w'so, dlsP? any Part less than tho
whole of the corporate assets of this
corporation without such authority.
Until the first annual meeting of the
stockholders in 1912, or until their
successors are elected and qualified.
the following named persons shall con
stitute the Board of Directors of this
Corporation, viz: A. L. Engcls, T. F.
Field. R. T. W. Moss. M. W. Mitchell
and E E. Whiteley, and said persons
are hereby given the power td elect
by a majority voto not more than four
additional directors if they see fit.
Tho persons so elected shall serve
until the first annual meeting of stock
holders, or until their successors are
elected and qualified.
Tho officers of this Corporation shall
be a President, Vice- President, Sec
retary and Treasurer, together with
such additional officers as the Board
of Directors may deem necessary,
provided, however, that the offices of
Secretary and Treasurer may be held
by ono and the same person.
The highest amount of Indebtedness
to which the Corporation shall at any
time subject itself U Two Hundred
Thousand Dollars ($200,000.00).
The private property of the stock
holders and officers Of this Corpora
tion shall be exempt from all and any
liability for Its corporate debts.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF said cor-
roratoro have hereunto Bet their hands
and executed these presents, this 12th
oay oi oepcemDer, a. u xia.
A. J. BALMFORTH,
A. L. ENGELS.
R- T. W. MOSS,
STATE OF ARIZONA )
Before me, M. C. High, a Notary
Public in and for the County of Co
chUe, State of Arizona, on this day
personally appeared A. J. Balmforth,
A.l Engcls and R, T. W. Moss, known
to me to be the -persons whose names
arcsubscribed to the foregoing; inatru-J
jnent, and acknowledged- td meVlMtT
mey exccjneu ug same ior uejpur-
Given -under mf hand and seal of
office this 12th day of September, At
(Notarial Seal.) ' M. C HIGH,
V t , Notary 3 Public."
! Myicommlssion expire "Feb" 17thf
8TATE OF ARIZONA
Office of the
ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMIS-SION
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA )
STATE OF ARIZONA )
Tho ARIZONA CORPORATION
COMMISSION does hereby certify
that the annexed Is a true and com
plete transcript of the
ART1CLE8 OF INCORPORATION
SAN ANDREAST MINING COMPANY,
which were filed in the office of said
Arizona Corporation Commission on
the 19th day of SEPTEMBER, A. D.
1912, at 10:00 o clock a. m., as pro
vided by law.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, Tho
Arizona Corporation Commission, by
Its Chairman, has hereunto set its
hand and affixed its official seal. Done
of the City of Phoenix, the Capitol,
this 20th day of September, A. D.,
ARIZONA CORPORATION COM
MISSION. (Signed.) F. A. JONES,
(Seal of Office of Corporation Seal)
CHAS.W. SMITH, Secretary.
Filed in the office of the Arizona
Corporation Commission this ISth day
of September, A. D, 1912, at 10:00 a.
m. at (he request of ELUNWOOD &
ROSS, whose postOlflce address is
ARIZONA CORPORATION COM
By W. P. GEARY, Chairman.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Ari
zona. October" '9th. 1912.
NOTICE Ir hereby given that Press
E. Wllkerson of Lowell, Arizona,
who, on July 29th, 1909, made Home
stead entry. No. 06513, for Northeast
quarter of. Section 9, Township 23 S
Range 26 E., G & S. R. Meridian, has
filed notive of intention to make Final
Three Year Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
Jared D. Tavlor, United States Com
mlssioner, at Blsbee. Arizona, on the
14th day of November, 1912.
Claimant names at witnesses -William
Liggett, of Bisbee, Arizona;
William K. York, of Lowell. Ariz,
Frank Cristini, of Blsbee, Ariz.;
Henry Stocks, of Lowell, Ariz.:
FRANK H. PARKER.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Phoenlr, Ari
ona. October 9lh, 1912.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Rob
crt Arborn, Jr., of Bisbee, Arizona,
who, on March 24th 1999 made Home
stead Entry No. 03566, for Southeast
quarter of Section 28 Towushln 23
S, Range 22 E., G & S. R. Meridian,
has filed notice of Intention to maka
Final Three Year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be
for Jared D. Taylor, United States
commissioner, at Blsbee, Arizona, on
the 14th day of November, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Charles A. Stevens of Blsbee. Ariz.
Charles Wilson, of Blsbee, Ariz.;
Jacob C. Baker, of Hereford, Ariz.;
Benj. T. Stuart, of Hereford. Arir.;
FRANK H. PARKER,
IN THE JUSTICE COURT
No. 2 Precinct, County of Cochise,
Stat of Arizona.
Phelps, Dodge Mercantile C.
W. F. Glenn,
Action brought In the Justice Court
of No. 2 Precinct, In and for the
County of Cochise, In the State of
In the name of the State of Arizona:
To W. F. Glenn, defendant Greeting:
You are hereby summered and re
quired to appear In an actlo bought
against you by the above w!e-
plaintiff la the Justice Court of No. 2
Precinct, a and for the Coun
ty of Cochise, In the State of
Arizona, and answer to the complaint
filed In said Justice Court, at Blsbee,
in said County, within five days ex
clusive of the day of service, niter.
the. service upon, .you of this bum-y
Ujms krViVwiQaa'1' Precfeicl;
but if served without -Ibis Precifict,
hnt irftWi h- Vitm!v tra HaT- tf
served out of the County, fifteen days:
In' all other eases, twenty days, or
fct&nneBt will be taken agalavt you.
.Gives under tsy band at Blsbee
th-Is'Sth day of Sept, 1912.
at, u. niuti.
Justice of the "Peace of said Precinct.
C. .A. Vbfgfa
WEEK ENDING OCTOBER 19"
Tuesday Chapter Regular '
Thursday Com. ReguJS
Georgo A. Bridge, tf. U.
Basselt Watklns. SecT. F. & A. U
F. E. Bennrt. T. I. M.
J. T. AbramJ. H. P.
George A. Brjdjre, E. C.
W. R. Banks, Sec'y., Huachuca Coun-
ctirnTA. "M. & K. T.
ORUER OF EA9TCRN 8TAR
Pearl Chapter, No. .
Meets in Masonic Hall
Eecoad and Fourth
Wednesdays of each
Anna Leroy, W M.
Mrs. Luella, Snodgrass. Sec'y.
SONORA LODGE NO. 23.
I. O. O. F.
Monday night in Eagle Hall.
VlalUng brothers cordially Invited.
W. L. Summers. N. G.
C. R. Perclval, Sec'y.
UISBE.E LODGE NO. 10.
I. O. O- F.
meets every TVed
scesday evening 1
Odd Fellows' Hall. Main St at 7 30
Visiting brothers are cordially invited
FRED VARCHO, N. G.
THOS BLAIR. Secretary.
ORDER OF OWLS.
ing first and
1 days of each
ODD FELLOWS' HALL.
C. L. Means, Pres G. J. Reardon, secy
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN "
Rlcbard L Homesteady 895
meets second and fourth
Tuesday at Odd yellowa
Hall, visltlnc- Archer.i are
W. C. R. Hoover, Foreman.
E. D. SUnson. Correspondent. Box
BISBEE LODGE NO. 71 .
Meetings every Friday night, Mason
ic Temple, VIsiUng brothers cordial
F. E. Bennett, Dictator.
J. A, M. Vonk. Secretary.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
In the County of Cochise, State of
In The Matter of The Guardianship
of George Alfred Lucas, Viola May
Lucas and Mttthew Charles Lucas,
Notice of Application for Letters of
Notice is hereby given that C A.
McDonald has filed with the clerk of
this court a petition praying for Let
ters of guardianship of the estates of
tho above named minors, and that
Friday tho 25th day of October 1912,
at 10:00 o'clock a, m. of said day. at
the court room of said court
at the court house in the city
'fx Tombstone, county . of CO
cntse. naa neen. nnnoimrii inn tim
and placo for the hearlngtot.aid pe
titiqfi, when and where any4.person
Interested in said matter may appear
and sbow caujo, if any they niajrhaye,
why the'prayer of said. petition should
not bo granted.
J4 E. JASIES,
Clerk of the Superior Court,
Dated October 10, 1912.
uy wry ra
T. F. B.
Blsbee Lodge No.
452 meeU every,
ing at K. of
P. HalL VIsitlnji
Ellen Foley, President.
Barbara Shearer, Secretary.
K. & L. O. S.
Knights and Ladies of Security meet
I&nWeflteBTifcbuJIall every 2ndand
James" F. Humphries.? PresJdeaL- '
Grace Downing, Box 3C0, Sec'y. '
Anna M. Shields, Financier,
P. O. Box 1471, (73)
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Rathbone Lodge No.
10 Knights of Pythias
meet the first, second
and fourth Tuesdays
of each month in Py
thian Castle 7:30 p. m.
Pythian brothers cor
ED KING, C. C.
J. C. KRIGBAUM. K of R, S.
I. O. R. M.
MeeU every Thursday evening at
7:30 o'clock in Pythian CasUe. All
visiting Red Men welcome.
Wm. R. Tonkin, Sachem.
F. C. Fenderson, K. of R.
M. D. Cohen. Medicine Man.
I. O. O. F.
GOLDEN RULE ENCAMPMENT
L O. O. F. Meet ev
ery second and
fourth Friday at
7.30 P. m. Odd
Fellows' HalL Ail
Geo. Vanderwalker. C. P.
F C. Fenderson. Scribe.
W. O. w.
Wooamen of the World
meet at Fair Hall, the
second and Jourta
Mondays of. each
month. VIslUng broth
ers invited to attend.
O. B. Thomas. C. C
C, N. Thomas. Clerk.
L. O. T. M.
The Ladles of
the World meet
In the Fair hall
the first and
third Tuesday of
each month, 7:30 p m Visiting, mem
bers cordially Invited.
Julia Poole, Commander.
Mary Ashby, Record Keeper.
F. O. E.
Blsbee Aerie 175, F. O, E meets
first and third Mondays, 8 p. a
Fair HalL Visitors cordially wel
comed. Jas. McDonald, President
U. D. Cohen, Aerie Physician,
"nnftrt NO ATI
Rerslar meeting first tad
Friday of each month.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
J. M, Bail, Exalted Ruler.
E. M. Cox, Secretary.
' " , no. zio:
Meets ievery Mon
day nig, at 7:3C
sharp MHOfi Fel
lows' Hallk -V Isttlnn
brothers" cord illy in
-vlted. ,- ,
It. KYLR W. M.
R. FfiSteUS Rec.
Secift Boas: 6.
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