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SOCORRO. NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, APRILfi. 1907
NO. 10
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CERTIFICATE
i
TKHRITORY OP Nt'MKJÍ'tL'O.
Office of the shcxjttaryv
CrhtificaTK of Comparison.
I, J. W Raynolds, Secretary of the
Territory of New Mexfcofdo .' hereby
certify that there w tiled for record
in thin office at nine ojclock a. til, on
the fourthday of MaiMi, A Dl'7.
CERTIFICATE OF ''""íiON-LT ABILI
TY OF STOCKHOLDERS OF
OSCURO COPPER ilININ(;
C 1MPANY.
(No. TXViTC
and alio, that I Have! Compared the
following copy of 'the" ame, with thv
original thereof now on file, and (let-la re
it to be a correct transcript there
from and of the whole .thereof.
Given under my hand and the Great
Seal of the Territory of New Mexico,
at the city of Santa Fe, the Capital,
on this 4th (lay of March. A. I.
1J07. ? JV. Ratnoi.i.s.
Seall Secretary of NVw Mexico.
CERTIKICATK tW NON-I.IAHII.ITY
OSCURO COPI'Kr' MINING CONI'ANY-
Know all men. by, these pres
ents, that whereas the under
signed having-this twenty-sixth
day of Februarxv? D. 1907, as
sociated ourselves . together to
form the corporation known as
the
OSCURO COPPKR MINING COMPANY,
under the lawsof the Territory
of New Mexico,. .
And whereas it the desire
and intent of saitX'Yncvrporators,
that no liability should attach to
any holder or holder's of certifi
cates of stock'iri said Corporation,
except payment of the amount
agreed upon for'sá'me.- '
Therefore, in accordance with
the laws of the Territory of New
Mexico, it is 'hereby declared,
that no holder or holders of cer
tificates of sWck in .takl-. Corpor
ation is liable or can be: held lia
. ble for any obligation on'obliga
tions, which fhe-' said .-.Corporation
may have otfihaM- contract
or incur.
In witness whereof, we have
hereunto ser6"ur'hajys. and seals
this twenty-sixth day, ;of Febru
. ary, A. D. 1V07..- -.-k;;o -Witnesses:
v! -.:;; '''
Agnes Gléááofu, . LSa.U
II. R. MófttsonrtlSaal" :
O. IL Hall: t .. Seal
C. A. Trims... tSeal
J.
F
C.
S'cate of
R.Ptty. . fSeal
Wvllunt Seal
H. -Wilkinson Seal
Minnesot
County of Ramsey
ss.
I, the ndersigned a Notary
Public in . and for., said county
and state.. Kertify. that on this
the 26th dvof February A. D.
1907, appeared, before me person
ally O. IL Hall to me personally
known tose.. the same person
whose nanttí is .signetL'to the
within certificate, and who is the
party to the said instrument, and
acknowledretb.that - he signed.
sealed an'd executed same freely
and faithfully 'for the purposes
therein -mamed. witness ray
hand and official seal this 26th
day of FH-wary A. D. 1907.
. - -C. R. Wilkinso,
: Notary Public.
Ramsey tottnty, Minnesota
Mv commission expires March
18, 1911;
State of Minnesota. '
County, of Ramsey, f
ss.
I, the undersigned, a Notary
Public in . and for , said county
and stare, certify that on this
the 2bth" tilt of February, A. D.
1907. appeared before me per
sonalI.C;A.Travis to me per
sonally vwwrj to be tne same
person, wlosj name is signed to
the witTiitLVertificate, and who is
the patty -to the said instrument,
and acknowledged that lie sign
t.L. sealed, and executed same
lYeely arid faithfully for the pur
ooses 'therein named. Witness
mv hand and .official seal this
26th dav of February A. D. 1907
C R. Wilkinson,
Notary Public
Ramsey county, Minnesota
My commission expires March
18, 1911.
State of Minnesota I.
County of Ramsey. )
ss.
I, the undersigned, a . Notary
Public in and for said county
ánd ütatf'Ttify that on this
26th day ofTebruary A. D. 1907,
appeared before me personally J
R. Patty. t.ine .personally known
to be thi.'.sHme person whose
name is signed to the within cer
tificate, aBd tho is the 'party to
the said; Instturaent, and ac
knowledged that he signed, seal
ed and executed same freely and
faithfully for the'purposes there
in named:' Witness -"my 'hand
and official seal this 2íth dav of
February A. D. 1907.
C. R. Wilkinson,
INOtary rUDIlC. i
Ramsey county," Minnesota
My commission expires March
IS, l')ll.
State of Minnesota f. ss
County of Ramsey
I, the undersigned a Notary
Public in and for the said coun
ty and e'ate, certify that on this
th" It i.i day of February A. 1).
1., card before me person
ally F.W. Hunt to me person
ally known to be the same per
son, whose name is signed to the
within certificate, and who is the
party to the said instrument,
and acknowledged that he sign
ed, sealed and executed same
freely and faithfully for the pur
poses therein named. Witness
my hand and official seal this
2()th dav of February A. D, 1H)7.
C. R. Wilkinson,
Notary Public.
Ramsey county, Minnesota.
My commission expires March
IS, 1)11.
State of Minnesota I
County of Ramsey t
SS.
I, the undersigned a Notary
Public in and lor said county
ami state, certify that on this
the 2Sth dav of February A. 1.
1907,' appeared before tne person
ally C. R. Wilkinson to me per
sonally known to be the same
person whose name is signed to
the within certificate, and who
is the party to the said instru
ment; and acknowledged that he
signed, sealed and executed same
freely and faithfully for the pur
poses therein named. Witness
my hand and .official seal this
28th
day
of 1 ebruarv A. I).
1907.
William CÍ. White.
Notary Public.
Ramsey county, Minnesota.
My commission expires Jan. 4,
1914. , ;
; Kndorsed
No. 480U, Cor. Rcc'd Vol. 5
Page 450.
CKRT. OK STOCKHOLDKK S NON-
LIABILITY
OSCUKO, COPPKK MINING COMPANY.
Filed in office of Secretary of
New Mexico. March 4. 1907. 9
a. m.
J. W. RAyNOLUS.
Secretary
Compd. M. F. to M. M.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION.
Tkkkitoky ok Nkw Mkxicm.
Oflice of the Secretary.
Ckktificatk ok Comparison.
I, J. W. RaynoUU, Secretary of the
Territory of New Mexico, do hereby
certify that there was tiled for record
the fourth day of March, A. L 1907,
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION,
OSCURO COPPER MINING
COMPANY.
(No. 4805.)
in tnis omce at nine o ciock a. in., on
and also, that I have compared the fol
lowing copy of the name, with the
original thereof now on rile, and de
clare it to be u correct tranncript
therefrom and of the whole thereof,
Given under my hand and the Great
Seal of the Territory of New Mexico,
at the City of Santa Fc, the Capital,
on this 4 tn iav or Marcn, a. i.
l'K7.
J. V. Raynolus.
skal) Secretary of New Mexico.
ARTICl.KS OF INCORPORATION.
Know all men by these prenenW.
that we, the underaigned, have and
hereby aociate ournelven togother
a corporation under the name and title
of the
OSCl'RO COI'PKR MIXING COMPANY
for the purpose of Incoming a body
politic under and bv virtue of the laws
f the lerntorv of New Mexico and
that in accordance with the law o
aid Territory we do hereby make
acknowledge and execute thia certifi
cate in writing of our intention to be
come a body corporate under and by
virtue of maid lawn.
AKTICLK ONK.
The Corporate name, title and ittyl
hall be the
OSCl'RO COPPER MINING
COMPANY.
A KTlCt.K TWO
The object for which the corpora
tion U formed and incorporated i to
secure, purchaite, take, buy, own, ac
quire by concession, grant or other-
wnte, arty mining proapect, mining
claims, mining rights, mining lands.
right and privileges, plant, machin
ery, tools, and other properties what
soever, which the corporation- may
from time to time find to be for it ad
vantage and purpose.
To purchase, acquire, buy, hold, sell,
lease, mortgage, improve such other
real and personal estate a the pur
pose of the Company may require.
AKTICLK TWO CONTINUXO.
To search for mineral and ores,
to explore, work, develop, and mine in
any of the corporation's properties
anywhere.
To mine, quarry, smelt, retine, ores,
metals, and minerals of all kind, and
to carry on such other operation a
may be for the corporation's best in
terest. To nurch.-ise. srll. manufacture and
deal in ore and mineral, mining
plant, til i ii til tr machinery, tools, pro
visions, merchandise, mid ininrr'n
supplies.
To survey, build, construct, repair,
manege ami control nnd m liutain any
roadways, railroads, bridges, water
courses, reservoirs, mills, smelters,
works, telephone lines, warehouses,
and such other necessary improve
ments as may seem advantageous to
the best interest of the corporation.
I o grant licenses, lease, sell or oth
erwise disKse of, any of the corpora
tion s protHTties.
To encourage, aid. contribute to.
subsidize, or otherwise do such thintrs
as will be conducive to any of the ob
jects of the corporation.
ARTICI.K THHKK,
The stock of said Company a and
hall lie one million dollars (51, (K).-
(HK divided into one million shares
(1.0ÜO.0UM of one dollar (Jl.lXM each.
AK1KI.K l-'OI'K.
The existence of said corporation
hall le for and during a term of fifty
(.Mi) years from the date of original
Articles of Incorporation.
ARTICI.K FIVK.
The said corporation shall be I. tan
ged by a board of directors, who shall
is elected by ballot by a majority vote
at the annual meeting of the altare-
holders, to serve for terms as follows:
o-wit: At the first annua! meeting
hereafter, one class to serve for the
term of one year, one class to serv
for the term of two vcars, aril one
lass to serve for the term of three
ears, and at each annual meeting
hereafter, one class shall be elected to
serve for the term of three years, until
their successors are elected and quali
fy. A majority in amount of the com
mon stock issued and outstanding
hall constitute a quorum for an o loc
ión and the transaction of other bus
uess ut such annual meeting. The
corporators, whose names are at
tached hereto shall constitute and be
the Directors of this Corporation for
the first three months.
ARTICI.K six.
The Directors shall have the power
o make, amend or repeal the hv-law
of the corporation, in accordance with
he lawsof the territory.
ARTICI.K SKVKN.
lhc principal ollicc of said corpora
tion shall lie Oscuro, Socorro county,
New Mexico. The Corporation may
maintain an ollicc at St. Paul, Minne
sota, or such other places as authoriz
ed by its directors. The resident
agent at this time as required bylaw
s ! . W. Hunt, whose address is is-
curo, Socorro county, New Mexico.
ARTICI.K KK'.HT.
The name and address of each Sub
scriber to the capital stock of said
Corporation with the number of shares
of said stock subscribed for bv each is
act forth as fellows:
F. W. Hunt, St. Paul, Minnesota,
200,000 shares; C. R. Wilkinson, St.
Paul, Minnesota, JCO.IMX) shares: O. H.
Hall, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2DO.0OO
shares; C. A. Travis, St. Paul, Minne
sota, 200,0(K) shares; J. R. Pettv, St.
Paul. Minnesota, 2H).(MHl shares.
In witness whereof we have hereun
to set our hands and seals this twenty
sixth clay of February, A, D. r7.
itnesses:
Agues Gleasoii, (Seal
H. R. Morrison, Seal
F. W. Hunt. I Seal I
C. R. Wilkinson, I Seal I
O.H.Hall, I Seal I
C. A. Travis, Seal
J. R. Patty, I Seal I
State of
Minnesota (
County of Ramsey.
ss.
I, the undersigned a notary public
in and for said county and state, cer
tify that on this the 2oth day of Feb
ruary, A. D., 1907, appeared before mc
personally F. W. Hunt to me person
ally known to ie tne same person,
whose name ia signed to the within
certificate, and who is the party to
the said instrument, and acknowledg
ed that he signed, sealed and executed
same freely and faithfully for the pur
poses therein named. Witness my
hand and official seal this 2Mh (lay of
February. A. D. 1J07.
C. A. Wilkinson,
Notary Public.
Ramsey county, Minnesota.
My commission expires March IK,
1911.
State of Minnesota (
County of Ramsey, t
I, the undersigned a Notary Public
in and for said county and stale, Certi
fy that on this the 2Mth day of Febru
ary. A. D. Ilt7. appeared before me
ueraonally C. R. Wilkinson, to me I
personal v known to be the same per
son, whose name is signed to the
within certificate,, and who is the
party to the said instrument, ami ac
knowledged that he signed, sealed
and executed same freely and faith-
j fully for the purposes therein named.
Witness mv hand and official seal
thia 2Hth day of February, A. D.
19117.
Wii.I.um G. WniTK.
Notary Public.
Ramsey county, Minnesota.
My Commission expires January 4 1
1911.
State of Minnesota l ' '
County of Ramsey Í ' :
I, the undersigned a Notary Pulí- j
lie in and for said county and state !
certify that on the 2iith day of Febru
ary, A. u. l'ti. appeared oerore me , . ' "
personally o. H. Hall to me person- , firm of Dougherty & drifnth are
ally known to lie the same person, i looking after Mr. Bursum's in
whose name is signed to tht within j t ,rests jn t,e sut l,t. ,as brought
! for .n investigation of his affairs
111(7. appeared before
at he signed, sealed and executed
freely and faithfully for the
se. therein named Witnes-
fnFebnrv "1 "r7
f l'ibruary a. u. i
ed that
same
purpoi
my hand
day o:
U, It. V, 1LM.NSO.N,
Notary Public.
Ramsey county, Minnesota.
My t oinuiissioii expires March IS.
t'Jll.
State of Minnesota.
County of Kanisey. t
I, the undersigned a Notary Pub
lic in and for said county and state,
certify that on this the '2(th dav of
February, A. I. 1'hi7, npicared be
fore me personally C A. Travis to
me personally known to be the same
person, vhst' name is signed to the
within certificate, and who is the
party to the said instrument, mid ac
knowledgfd that he signed, sealed
and executed same freely and faith
fully for the purposes therein named.
Witness mv hand and olticial seal
this 2th dav of February. A. I.
1'17.
, C. K. Wilkinson,
Notary Public.
Ramsey County Minnesota.
My commission expires March IS,
l'Ml.
State of Minnesota, I
County of Kainsov.
I, the undersigned a Notary Public
in and for said county nnd state,
certify that on this the' 27th day of
February. A I). l'Ki7, appeared be
fore me ersoually J. R. Patty to me
personally known to lie the same
person whose name is signed to the
within certificate, and who is the
party to the said instrument, and
acknowledged that he signed, tealed
and executed same freely and faith
fully fer the purposes therein nam
ed. Witness my hand and official
seal this 27th (lav of February A. D.
VH7.
C. R. Wilkinson,
Notary Public.
Ramsey county, Minnesota.
My commission expires March 1H,
1"11.
ENDORSED:
No. 415. Cor. Rcc'd Vol. 5, Page
450.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OSCl'RO COPPER MINING
COMPANY.
Filed
Mexico
in oflice of secretary
if New
March 4.1'Nt7, a. m.
J. w: RavnoLDS.
inptl. M. F.to M. Ml Secretary.
tC.
GONE TO HER ETERNAL REST
Mrs. Anna Bell Crabtree Passe Away
nt Her Room in this City Wed
nesday at Noon.
After live lung years of patient
endurance, and after everything
that tender care and medical
science could do for her. death re
lieved the sufferings of Mrs.
Anna Hell Crabtree, wife of Will
I). Crabtree Wednesday at 12 m.
at her rooms in the western part
of the city. Death was due to
consumption, which the deceas
ed had contracted in the southern
states five years ago. Al
though her death had been
momentarily expected for at least
two days, the news was received
by Mr. and Mrs. Crabtree s many
friends in this city as a shock,
ar.d words of sympathy, and
deeds of kindness were abun
dantly bestowed upon the grief
stricken husband. Brief funeral
services were conducted from the
Hoffman home, Thursday after
noon, by Kev. M. Mattheison.
Mrs. Anna Hell Crabtree, whose
maiden name was Killen, was
born at Nevada. Iowa, February
23, IX7K. When quite young she
removed with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Win. Killen, to Nebras
ka, finally settling at Norfolk in
the same state in 1884, where
she was married on October 3.
1901, to Will I). Crabtree, who
survives her. Mr. and Mrs.
Crabtree later moved to Deau
mont, Texas, and in the fall of
1902 for the sake of Mrs. Crab
tree's health removed to Albu
querque, finally coming to So
Socorro in June of last year,
where they have since resided,
and have formed many warm
friendships. Mr. Crabtree ac
companied the remains to Albu
querque Friday morning where
he will await advice from rela
tives which vill decide whether
the body will be sent east or be
buried in Albuquerque, where
Mr. Crabtree owns a beautiful
little home on the Highlands.
Card of Thank.
I wish to express my heartfelt
thanks to the friends and neigh
bors who so kindly assisted me
during the illness and recent
death of mv leloved wife.
W. D. Ckahtkkk.
Attorney II. M. Dougherty
had important professional
business at Las Cruces and Fl
II .1... r.. ..( .1... .....1, Tl,u
j while he was superintendent f Í
the territorial penitentiary.!
Noe(1ess to hay, those interests
will be well looked after.
i
! . ,
' Subscribe for 1 he Chieftain
JUDGE A. A. FREEMAN
I Arranging to Leave New Mexico
and Locate in Lo Angeles.
J u ltre A. A. Freeman, form
erly of Socorro but now of Carls
bad, has a very large circle of
I Iriemls in socorro county, every
one ot whom will be exceedingly
i sorry that he contemplates leav
' injj New Mexico. Juilge Free
! man is too valuable a citizen for
j any community to spare witho.it
great reluctance. His present
! plans are set forth in the follow
. inj; press disp.itch from Cars! kid:
"Judge A. A. Freeman, lorm
i erly district court judge of this
I district, is preparing to sell out
; his interests here, including his
real estate and business connec
tions with the law firm of Free
man, Cameron & Fullen. also the
Security Abstract Company, and
it is understood he will remove
to Los Angeles, Calif. J. Ü.
Cameron, who is Judge Free
man's son-in-law as well as law
partner, will, it is stated, also
sell out and remove to Califor
nia. Mr. Cameron has acquired
some large timber tracts in Brit
ish Columbia, which he will de
vote himself to developing. Mr.
Cameron lately represented Ed
dy county in the Council of the
Thirty seventh Legislative As
sembly." ELECTION OF OFFICERS
By the Mine Development and Pa
loma Chief Mining Companie.
The stockholders of the Mine
Development and Palomas Chief
Mining companies met at the
office of the companies on Man
zanares avenue Monday and
elected directors and officers for
the ensuing year. The Mine
Development company's election
of directors resulted in the
choice of C. T. Brown. W. H.
Bullard. C. Hazeltine, L. K
Terry. J. L. Terry, U. II.
Snyder, and II. A. True. These
directors elected the company's
officers as follows: President
C. T. Brown; Vice-President. W.
II. Bullard; Secretary and Treas
urer, II. A. True. For the
Palomas Chief Mining company
Messrs. C. T. Brown. C. Ilazel
tine. II. A. True. J. C. Plcm
mons, and K. L. Swain, were
elected directors. Their choice
of officers was as follaws: Pres
ident. C. T. Brown; Vice-President.
L. K. Swain; Secretary
and Treasurer. II. A. True.
Statk mf Ohio. City ofToi.koo,
LfCAS COVNTY.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath
that he is senior partner of the
firm of F. J. Cheney & Co.,
doing business in the City of
Toledo, County and State afore
said, ana that said linn will pay
the sum of one hundred dollars
for each and every case of catarrh
rh that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall's catarrh cure
Frank J. Chenev.
Sworn to before me and sub
scribed in my presence, this 6th
day of December, A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. Glkason,
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, and acts directly on
the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. Send for testimonials
free.
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Q
Sold by all Druggists. 75.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
constipation.
Doing Business Again
"When my friends thought I
was about to take leave of this
j world, on account of indigestion,
I nervousness and general debili
ty, wntes A. A. Clnsholm,
Treadwell. N. Y., "and when it
looked as if there was no hope
left, I was persuaded to try Klec
tric Bitters, and I rejoice to say
that thev are curing me. I am
now doing business again as of
old. and am still gaining daily."
Best of all tonic medicines.
Guaranteed by the Socorro Drug
and Supply Co. 50c.
The Largest Topa.
In the Vatican at Koine is the
jarircst topaz in the worhl. It
. ' ' . , .
weighs seven pounds and has
carvings upon it that occupied
v-n ,n hnn irio .
three Neapolitan lapidaries six.
ty-one years.
ADDITIONAL LOCALS
Furnished rooms at Winkler's.
An assortment of fancy sta
tionery at the Chieftain office.
Socorro was favored with a
light rain Tuesday. The more
the merrier.
Whorley's photographic gal
ler'y is now open again for a
short time.
John Carmichal of Billie Rose
near Mogollón was a business
visitor in Socorro yesterday
morning.
A. Winkler has been serving
his country this week in the
capacity of United States juror
at I as Cruces.
Mrs. A. M. Sanchez returned
to her Socorro h ome Tuesday
morning after a pleasant visit of
few days in Albuquerque.
F.ditor J. H. McCutchen of the
Industrial Advertiser at Albu
querque called on Ins Socorro
friends Monday and Tuesday.
Wm. Pender, an employe of
the Becker-Blackwell company at
Magdalena for several years, was
guest at the Winkler hotel
yesterday.
W. II. Byerts has this week
bought the Fischer block on the
west side of the plaza. The
consideration is reported to have
been $1,500.
Doc Hammel was a business
visitor in Socorro MomUv. lie !
now located in Los Angele and
is connected with the stock ex- .
change.
David Farr, chairman of the
board of county commissioners,
wasin the city the first of the
week and presided at the meeting
of the board.
Hill& Fischer are proud, as
they have a right to be, . in the
possession of a brand new de
livery outfit. It is a fine one
and no question.
Kev. Duncan Brown, late óf the
City of Mexico, will conduct
services at the Presbyterian
church at the usual hours tomor- -
row morning and evening.
Nathan Hall and family went
out to Water Canon Monday
morning. They will spend the
summer at their home there, but
expect to return to Socorro next
fall.
Joe Brown, foreman at the
Graphic mine at Kelly for many
years, was in Socorro Wednesday
and was given a hearty welcome
bv his numerous friends here.
Attorney Jas. G. Fitch was in
San Antonio Monday on pro
fessional business in connection
with the taking of testimony in
the Larrazolo contest proceed
ings. Wm. Berger of Belen was
among the guests at the Winkler
hotel Wednesday. Mr. Berger,
who is an old newspaper man, is
thinking of starting a paper at
Belen.
Miss Emma Liles, who is
teaching school very successfully
in the Carthage district, visited
her Socorro home Saturday, re
turning to her ost of duty'
Sunday.
David Baca, a republican
warrior of San Antonio, greeted:
his friends in Socorro Wedne4
day. Mr. Baca looks as though
republican prosperity were agree
ing with him.
Chas. H. Sickles left Wednes
day morning on the return trip
to Alaska after a visit of two' .
months with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. Sickles, and other
relatives in Socorro.
Lost, between the Cipriano
Baca residence and Fischer
avenue, a lady's gold watch
with black fob. Finder will
please return to Mrs. Ja. F
Berry and receive reward.
K. II. Wylie of the vicinity of
Hurley was in town Wednesday
on his way home from Las Cruces,
where he had been serving as
United Slates juryman. Mr.
Wylie is evidently enjoying his
share of the prevailing prosperi
ty. i
The Midwinter Dancing Club
will give a llower ball in the
opera house tonight. Invitations
have been issued. All dancers
are requested to wear flower
and a prize will be given to the
lady wearing the handsomest
bouquet.

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