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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912
THE COCONINO SUN
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LODGE DIRECTORY
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A jOUNTAIN LODGE NO IS. K. OP P.
Meets In Klks Hall ocri Wednesday night
VIsttlnB itnltthts are cordially in ttod to -attend
1). I THOMAS, CO,
p o allf.n, k or It. & S
COUKT COCOMNO NO 8M. INDEPEND
ENT OltDElt Or POKESTEHS
Meets 1st and 4th Tuesday nights each month
In Elks Hall. VKItlnit members tnvltetl to
attend tho Court meetings.
' G N. I1ATY, O. It
JOHN M. CLAltlC, Treasurer.
. A. A DUV1QN. Financial Secretary.
T4'LAGSTAl'r AERIE 7112. FKATERNAL
i- OltDEIt OP EAGLES.
Meets nt City Hall on llrst and third Thurs
day nights of etch month nt P JO.
JOHN WAONKU, Worthy President.
IIF.NKY COOPEIt, Secretary
1?LAGSTAFF LODQK NO 4 09, HRNCVO
V LENT AND PROTECTIVE
ORDER OP ELKS
Meets e cry Tuesday nlsht In B P O E. hall
omer San Pranclsco street and Aspen avenuo.
'isltlng brothers conlially Imlted to attend
P. W PERKINS, E. It. .
DR. E S JIILLEK, Secrctnry.
pLAGSTArr LODOEJSO 7, V & A M.
Regular meetliiR on Hrst Saturday of each
months ut Elks Hull VKItlnit brethren In
ltcd to attend JOSEPH It TREAT, W M
E. S. MILLER, Secretary
p RAND CANYON CHAPTER NO l,OUS
Meets on the second and fourth Saturday
nights of each monlht 8 o'clock. In P. &A
M hall Visiting members of the order are.
cordially InUted
MRS. DESSIE HKOWNKLL, W M
CIIAS. II 11KOW.NKLL, Worthy Patron.
MRS. ROSALINE CLARK, Secretarj,
pLAGSTAPP LODGE NO. II 1 O O V.
Meetings every Monday night In Masonic
Hall Visiting members Invited to attend.
NEWTOV J ItERRY N G.
J L. DAUUHEUTY. V. Q
W. H JAMES Secretary
EDGAR HASH, Treasurer
DA SILVA COUNCIL NO 14. .KNIGHTS
OP COLUMHUS
Regular meetings llrst and third Thursday
evening or of each month In H. P. O E. Halt
Visiting Knight conlially Invited to attend
EDGAR A HHOWN.G K
G P CONNORS Financial Secretary
J. P KERLEY. Rcconler.
VJODERN WOODMEN OP AMERICA
Flagstaff Camp No lVOI. M W A Meets In
Eagles' Hall 2nd and 4th Tuesdais of each
month Visiting neighbors cordially InUted
E. P HONN, Consul
JOHN ZALAHA, Clerk
P LAGSTAFP REHEKAII LODGE NO IT
Meet every second and fourth Thursday night
each month In Elks Hall Visiting members of
the order cordlalh Invited to atfnd.
MARY DAUGHEUTY, NOD
EMMA LESLIE. V O
ROSALINE CLARK. Secretary.
EUZAUETH L. ARTERS. Treasurer
T7LAGSTAFF NEST ORDER OF OWLS No
i nil Meets Wednesday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock, over C ty Hall All visit
tng brothers cordially lnltcd to attend
J W. WEATHERPORD, President
J. M CLARK, Secretary.
CENECA TRI11E NO. 23 OF REDMEN
Meets eery Saturday night at the City Hall
Chiefs, warriors, hunters and braes. astray
from their -own council tires, are cordially In
vited to ours. MARION AUIHNEAU,
Chief of Records.
CHURCH DIRECTORY
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Services every Sunday, as follows:
Sunday School, 10 a. m Public Worship, tl
a. m. Junior League. 3 p. m Epworth League.
7:15 p. m. Evening Worship, ".00 o'clock
You oro conlially Invited to worship with us.
Strangers aiwaj s welcome
CM ROSS, Pastor
S S. Supt. Mr. Fattehson
CHURCH Or THE NATIVITY
Rev. Cyprlen Vabre Pastor. From the first
Sunday of May till the first Sunday of October.
Masses on Sunday are celebrated at 7 3U and 10
o'clock a. m. Rosary and Benediction of the
Blessed Sacrament nt 7 30 p m.
Durtng the other months Masses nro at 8 and
10.80 a- m. and the af terooon sen Ices are at 4.
SCHOOL or THE NATIVITY
This school Is conducted In connection with
the Cathollo Church of Flagstaff by the bisters
of Loretto. under the supervision of the Pastor
of the Parish, Sister Lula Superior In charge
The curriculum of studies comprises all the
branches that per win to n complete Grammar
Course Music, both vocal and Instrumental, Is
taught by the Staler.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sabbath School B.45 a. m. Morning Worship
11-00 a. m. Christian Kndcaior 7:11 p m
Eenlng Worship 9 00 p m. MId-ncek prayer
meeting, Wednesday evening nt 00 o'clock.
II. A. CLARK, Pxstor.
DR. It. H. H. DLOME. S S. Supt.
ELKS HALL-EPISCOPAL SERVICES
Services held every Sundayat 11 a. m. and
8 p. m. Welcome! Come!
Joseph Meade, Rector.
ADVENTIST CHURCH
Sabbath School Service at 2 p m Bible
Study at 3 Prayer meeting Thursday evening
' 7 30. Bible study Sunday evening at 8 o clock
All are welcome to attend these services
Christian Science Society
Sunday services at II a. m. nt Eagle's hall.
Wednesday meeting at 8 p. m.
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Notice to Creditors
Estate of Samuel J. Holsinger,
deceased.
Notice is hereby Riven by the
undersigned administratrix of the
estate of Samuel J. Holsinger,
deceased, to the creditors of and
all persons having claims against
the said deceased, to exhibit them,
with the necessary vouchers,
within 10 months after the first
publication of this notice to the
said administrator at the law office
of C. B. Wilson, Esq., in the
town of Flagstaff, Coconino
County, Arizona, the same being
the place for the transaction of
the business of said estate, in said
County of Coconino.
Charlotte T. Holsingrr.
Administratrix of the estate of
Samuel J. Holsinger, deceased.
Dated Flagstaff this 25th day of
September, A. D. 1912.
First publication Sept. 27th,
1912, last publication Oct. 18th
1912.
SALE OF TIMBER, Albuquer
que, New Mexico, September 26,
1912. Sealed bids marked out
side, "Bid, Timber-sale General
Notice, September 25, 1912, Co
conino National Forest," and ad
dressed to the District Forester,
Forest Service, Albuquerque, New
Mexico, will be received up to
and including the 5th day of No
vember, IQ12, for all or any part
of the merchantable dead timber
standing or down and all or any
part of the live timber marked
for cutting by a Forest officer,
located on areas to be definitely
designated by a Forest officer
before cutting begins, including
about 1280 acres in approxi
mately, Section 36, T. 21 N., R.
6E.,SSec. 30 and W4 Sec.
32, T. 20 N., R. 5 E., G. & S.
R. M. within the Coconino Na
tional Forest, Arizona, estimated
to be 6,600,000 feet B. M. of
western yellow pine sawtimber,
log scale, more or less. No bid
of less than $3-50 per M. ft. B.
M. will be considered, and a de
posit of S800.00 payable to the
First National Bank of Albu
querque, New Mexico, must be
sent to that bank for each bid
submitted to the District Forester.
Timber upon valid claims is ex
empt from sale. The right to
reiect any and all bids is reserved.
For further information and regu
lations governing sales address
Forest Supervisor Coconino Na
tional Forest, Flagstaff, Arizona.
Frank C. W. Pooler, Acting Dis
trict Forester. oct.4-nov.i
Certificate of Incorporation of
The Mountain States Tele
phone and Telegraph
Company
Know All Men by These Pres
ents, That, Whereas, pursuant to
the provisions of the statutes of
Colorado relating to the consoli
dation of corporations, the direc
tors of The Colorado Telephone
Company and The Tri-State Tele
phone and Telegraph Company,
both being corporations organized
under the laws of the State of Colo
rado, did, at meetings held re
spectively on the 31st day of May,
A. D. 1911, and the 29th day of
May, A. D. 1911, call a meeting of
the stockholders of their said
respective corporations to be held
on the 17th day of July, A. D.
1911, for the purpose of consid
ering a proposition to consolidate
the said companies; and
Whereas, at said meetings the
stockholders of said companies re
spectively did, on last mentioned
date, by a vote of more than three
fourths of the stock of each com
pany, respectively and severally,
approve of the written proposition
of consolidation of The Colorado
Telephone Company and The Tri
State Telephone and Telegraph
Company, by uniting the proper
ties and concerns of said corpora
tions; and
Whereas, the directors of The
Colorado Telephone Company did.
on the 17th day of July, A. D.
1911, elect E. B. Field, E. M.
Burgess, Philip Febihauser, Edwin
S. Kassler, Crawford Hill, W. L.
Graham and A. V. Hunter, as
its proportion of the directors to
manage the affairs of the consoli
dated company; and
Whereas, the directors of The
Tri-State Telephone and Telegraph
Company did, on the 17th day of
July, A. D. 1911, elect Edw. B.
Field, Jr., Philip Hamlin, and
J. E. Macdonald as its proportion
of the directors to manage the
affairs of the consolidated com
pany; and
Whereas, at a joint mepting of
the dhectors so elected as afore
said, the said directors did, on the
17th day of July. A. D. 1911,
elect L. C. Phipps, Jr., as a direc
tor of the said consolidated com
pany, all directors so elected to
constitute a board of directors for
said consolidated company; and
Whereas, at said joint meeting
of said directors as aforesaid the
following persons v.ere elected as
officers and to fill the office set
opposite their respective names,
towit:
President, E. B. Field.
First Vice-President, Edw. B.
Field, Jr .
Secretary, J. E. Macdonald,
Assistant Secretary, Roderick
Reid,
Treasurer, Edw. B. Field, Jr.,
Assistant Treasurer. W. P. Allen.
General Manager, E. M. Burgess,
General Auditor, Roderick Reid;
and
Whereas, the directors at said
joint meeting as aforesaid desig
nated E. B. Field, E. M. Burgess
and Roderick Reid as the three
stockholders of The Colorado Tele
phone Company, and Edw. B.
Field. Jr., Philip Hamlin and
J. E. Macdonald as the three stock
holders of The Tri-State Telephone
and Telegraph Company to sign
and acknowledge the certificate of
incorporation for said consolidated
company, prepared and approved
by said directors; and
Whereas, by the terms of said
written proposition and agreement
of consolidation approved as afore
said by the stockholders of said
companies, the consolidated com
pany is to be known as The Moun
tain States Telephone and Tele
graph Company, Now Therefore;
We. E. B. Field, E. M. burgess.
Roderick Reid. Edw. B. Field. Jr..
Philip Hamlin and J. E. Mac
donald, all of the city and county
of Denver and state of Colorado,
do, pursuant to the statutes in
such cases made and provided, and
in accordance with the action
taken by the directors and stock
holders of The Colorado. Telephone
Company and The Tri-State Tele
phone and Telegraph Company,
and the action of the directors at
the joint meeting as aforesaid, do
hereby make and execute in CEN
TUPLICATE this certificate ip
writing of our intention to become
and to organize a body corporate,
as by said laws provided; and we
do further certify:
I.
The corporate name and style of
our said corporation shall be The
Mountain States Telephone and
Telegraph Company.
II.
The objects and purposes for
which said company is incorporated
are:
(1) To carry on a general tele,
phone business, a general telegraph
business, a general messenger busi
ness, and any business involving
the transmission of intelligence by
electricity, in the state of Colo
rado, and in any other state or
territory or colony of the United
States, or of any foreign country,
and particularly in the states of
Utah. Wyoming, Idaho and Mon
tana, and in the territories of Ari
zona and New Mexico.
z) 10 construct, lease, pur-i
chase by deed, conveyance, assign
ment or otherwise acquire, and to
establish, hold, own, maintain,
operate, improve and extend, tele
phone and telegraph lines and
systems, and telephone exchanges,
in the different cities and counties
of the state of Colorado, and in
any other state or territory or
colony of the United States or of
any foreign country, and particu
larly in the different cities and
counties of the states of Utah,
Wyoming. Idaho and Montana,
and in the territories of Arizona
and New Mexico; and to construct,
lease, purchase or otherwise ac
quire, and to establish, hold, own,
maintain and operate, improve
and extend, telephone and tele
graph lines and systems between
the different towns and cities in
the state of Colorado, and in any
other state or territory or colony
of the United States, or of any
foreign country, and particularly
in the states of Utah, Wyoming
Idaho, and Montana, and the terri
tories of Arizona and New Mexico,
and to collect tolls and charges
for the transmission of messages
or conversations along, on or. over
said lines or systems.
(3) To contract for. acquire by
lease, purchase, deed, conveyance,
assignment or otherwise, and to
hold, own, maintain, operate, im
prove and extend, the physical
property, exchanges, wires, poles,
conduits, apparatus of every kind
or character, business, franchises
and all other rights, whether
accrued or acquired under or
granted by constitutional, legis
lative or municipal enactment, or
by general laws or otherwise, of
telephone and telegraph companies,
wherever or howsoever organized,
domiciled or operated, now or
hereafter operated, located or
domiciled in the state of Colorado,
or in any other state or territory
or colony of the United States, or
of any foreign country, and par
ticularly in the states of Utah.
Wyoming, Idaho and Montana, and
in the territories of Arizona and
New Mexico.
A) To acquire by lease, pur
chase, condemnation, grant, li
cense, assignment or otherwise,
rights of way upon, under, over,
above, through or in which to
erect, construct, maintain, operate
or hold, poles, wires, apparatus
and conduits for telephone and
telegraph wires, bnildings and
structures, located or to be lo
cated in the different cities and
counties of the state of Colorado,
and in any other state or territory
or colony of the United States, or
of any foreign country, and par
ticularly in the different cities
and counties of the states of Utah,
Wyoming, Idaho and Montana,
and in the territories of Arizona
and New Mexico.
(5) To apply for. obtain, have
granted to it, hold, own, possess
and enjoy, franchises and rights
of every kind or description, of or
from municipalities, towns, cities
or counties in the slate of Colorado,
and in any other state or territory
or colony of the United States, or
of any foreign country, and partic
ularly in the states of Utah, Wy
oming, Idaho and Montana, and
in the territories of Arizona and
New Mexico, and to accept, re
ceive, acquire, hold, own, possess
and enjoy all rights of whatsoever
kind given, granted or confirmed
to telegraph or tele
phone companies under the consti
tution, statutes or general laws
of the state of Colorado, or of
any other state or territory or
colony of the United States, or of
any foreign country, and particu
larly of the states of Utah. Wy
oming. Idaho and Montana, and
the territories of Arizona and New
Mexico.
(6) To consolidate with tele
phone or telegraph companies,
whether organized under the laws
of the state of Colorado or of any
other state, territory or colony of
the United States, or of any for
eign country, and particularly of
the states of Utah, Wyoming,
Idaho and Montana, and of the
territories of Arizona and New
Mexico, and to merge or consoli
date with any such company or
companies, by sale or otherwise,
all of the physical properties,
franchises and rights of every kind
or chara ter, such consolidation or
consolidations to be accomplished
by private sale, by proceedings in
court, or under and by virtue of,
but not repugnant to. the pro
visions of the statutes or laws
under which said consolidation is
sought to be accomplished, in any
of the ..states, territories or colo
nies herein mentioned.
(7) To effect a union with, and
to extend to and to connect with,
any telephone exchange or ex
changes, telephone or telegraph
line or lines, or system or sys
tems, and to own, hold, maintain
and operate, either jointly or
alone, such connected or connect
ing exchanges, lines or systems,
in the Plate of Colorado and in any
othpr state, territory or colony of
the United States, or of any for
eign country, and particularly in
the states of Utah, Wyoming,
Idaho and Montana, and the terri
tories of Arizona nnd New Mexico,
and in order to promote and effect
the union of the lines, exchanges
and systems in the state of Colo
rado with the lines, exchanges and
systems in said states, territories,
colonics and countries, and par
ticularly in the states of Utah,
Wyoming, Idaho and Montana, and
the territories of Arizona and
New Mexico, wherever or however
acquired, owned, controlled, leased
or operated, this company may
lease, sell and convey its property,
rights, privileges and franchises
now owned or hereafter acquired,
or any interest therein, or any
part thereof, to any other tele
phone or telegraph company, or
ganized under or created by the
laws of this or any other state, ter
ritory or colony of the United
States, or of any foreign country,
and may acquire by lease, purchase
or conveyance, the property, rights,
privileges and franchises, or any
interest therein, or any part there
of, wherever and howsoever ac
quired, owned, controlled or op
erated, of any other telephone or
telegraph company now organized
or hereafter to be organized under
or created by the constitution or
laws of the state of Colorado or
any other state, territory or colony
of the United States, or of any
foreign country, and make pay
ment therefor in its own stock,
money or property, or receive pay
ments therefor in its own stock,
money or property, or receive pay
ments therefor in the stock, money
or property of the corporation to
which the same may be leased, sold
or conveyed.
(8) To subscribe for, purchase
or otherwise acquire, and to hold,
own, Fell, assign, transfer, mort
gage, pledge, exchange or otherwise
dispose of, the shares of thecapital
stock, bonds, securities or evidences
of indebtedness of any telephone or
telegraph or other company organ-;
ized or created under the laws of
the state of Colorado or of any
I other state, territory, or colony of
the .United Mates, or 01 any foreign
country, and particularly of the
states of Utah, Wyoming, Idaho,
and Montana, and the territories of
Arizona and New Mexico, and
while the owner of such stock, to
exercise all rights, powers and
privileges of ownership, including
the right to vote thereon, and upon
a distribution of assets or division
of profits, to distribute any such
shares, bonds, securities or evi
dences of indebtedness, or the pro
ceeds thereof, among the stock
holders of this company.
(9) To assign, sell, mortgage,
encumber, pledge, transfer, or
otherwise dispose of, anv right,
privilege, franchise, bonds, securi
ties, real or personal property,
concessions, grants, profits or gen
eral assets which it may acquire;
to exchange its stock, bonds or
other property of whatsoever kind
or nature, for telephone exchanges,
telephone and telegraph equipment,
telephone and telegraph lines and
systems, in whatsoever stale, ter
ritory, colony or country situated,
and for rights, privileges and fran
chises to construct, equip, operate
and maintain telephone and tele
graph lines and systems, in any
state or territory or colony of the
United States, or of any foreign
country.
(lu) To acquire by lease, pur
chase, condemnation or otherwise,
and to own, hold, sell, mortgage or
otherwise dispose of, real and per
sonal property, as may be necessary,
convenient or proper for the suc
cessful conduct of the business for
which this companyMs organized.
(11) To borrow money and in
cur such indebtedness as in the
judgment of its board of directors
may be deemed necessary and
proper in the conduct of its busi
ness, and to issue its bonds, deben
tures or other evidences of indebt
edness therefor, and to secure the
payment thereof by
mortgage or deed of trust upon any
or all of the company's property,
real, personal or mixed, including
any and all rights, privileges or
franchises which it may own or ac
quire. (12) To take over, acquire, pur
chase by deed, conveyance, assign
ment or otherwise, and in any man
ner acquire, control, hold, own,
maintain, operate, improve or ex
tend, the telephone lines.exchanges
and systems, franchises, rights of
way, physical properties and rights
and privileges of every kind and
character, owned or controlled by
the Rocky Mountain Bell Tele
phone , Company in the states of
Utah, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming
or elsewhere, and to use or operate
the same in connection with or in
dependently of the properties and
franchises of this company, located
elsewhere than in said states, and
to sell, mortgage, lease, or other
wise dispose of any such physical
property, franchise or rights so ac
quired or to be acquired.
(13) To purchase, acquire and
take over as a going concern or
otherwise, and to carry on, main
tain and operate, all or any part of
the property, franchises, rights of
every kind and character or busi
ness, of any person, firm or corpo
ration, possessed thereof, which can
be incidentally used for any of the
purposes of this company, or for
carrying on any business which
this company is authorized to carry
on. and as the consideration for
the same, to pay cash or to issue
any slock, debentures, bonds or
obligations of this company, and
in cunnection with any such trans
action to assume or guarantee any
liabilities relating to the business
or property, franchises, rights of
every kind or character, or busi
ness so purchased, acquired or
taken over, and likewise to issue
stock for services rendered to this
company, and stock issued in pay
ment for such property or services
shall be full paid stock, and not
liable to any further call or pay
ment thereon, and in the absence
of actual fraud in the transaction,
the judgment of the directors as to
the value of the property purchased
or services rendered shall becoi
clusive. (14) The board of directors may
by resolution passed by a majority
of the whole board, designate in
the manner provided in the by
laws, three or more of their num
ber to constitute an executive
committee, which committee shall
act by a majority vote of a quorum,
and shall, to the extent named in
the by-law8, have and exercise the
management of the business and
affairs of the company, subject,
however, to the approval and di
rection of the board of directors.
(15) Generally to carry on or
undertake any and all business of
the same general nature, which
from time to time seem to the di
rectors of this company capable of
being conveniently carried on in
connection with the above mention
ed objects, or calculated directly or
indirectly to render valuable or
enhance any of the company's
privileges or rights.
Ill
The lines of telephone and tele
graph of this company shall begin
at Denver, Colorado, and shall pass
J into and through every county in
the state of Colorado, and into all
the cities and towns thereof, and
out of the state of Colorado into
the territories of New Mexico and
Arizona and the states of Utah,
Montana, Idaho and Wyoming and
adjoining states, and shall pass into
and through every county of said
states and territories and into and
to all the cities and towns thereof.
IV
The capital stock of our said
company is fifty million ($50,000,
000.00) dollars, divided into five
hundred thousand (5MJ.000.) shares
of the par alue of one hundred
($100,00) dollars each.
The number of directors of our
said corporation shall be eleven (11)
and E. B. Field, Edw. B. Field.Jr.,
Crawford Hill, Edwin S. Kassler,
Philip Feldhauser, W. L. Graham,
A. V. Hunter, E. M. Burgess,
Philip Hamlin, L. C. Phipps, Jr.,
and J. E. Macdonald are hereby
designated and shall constitute the
board of directors who shall man
age the affairs of said company
and serve for one year and untiP
their successors are elected and
qualified.
VI
The term of existence of said
corporation shall be twenty (20)
years.
VII
The principal business of this
company shall be carried on in the
city and county of Denver, and
business may also be carried on in
every county of the state of Colo
rado, and in such or all of the
counties of the states of Utah,
Wyoming, Idaho and Montana, and
the territories of Arizona and New
Mexico, and in such other states,
territories or colonies of the United
States, or of any foreign country,
as to the board of directors may
seem necessary, convenient or
proper.
VIII
The principal office of this com
pany shall be in the city and coun
ty of Dpnver, and state of Colo
rado, but other offices may be, and,
in case of domicile in said states
and territories, shall be, establish
ed by the board of directors in the
states of Utah. Wyoming, Idaho,
and Montana, and the territories of
Arizona and New Mexico, as may
be required by the laws thereof,
and offices may be established at
such other places, either within or
without the state of Colorado, and
in such other states, territories,
colonies of the United St tes or of
any foreign country, as in the
judgment of the board of directors
may be necessary, convenient or
proper, and said board of directors
shall have the power, unless the
laws of any said states require
otherwise, to discontinue any of
said offices so established or to be
established, at its pleasure.
IX
Meetings of the board of direc
tors may be held at any place
either within or without the state
of Colorado, as may be provided by
the by-laws, and as vell by resolu
tion of the board of directors.
X
The directors of this company
shall have the power to make such
prudential by-laws as they may
deem proper for the management of
the company, and to change, alter,
amend, modify or annul the same
at pleasure; provided the said by
laws aie not inconsistent with the
laws of the United States of Amer
ica or the state of Colorado.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the
said parties have hereunto set their
hands and affixed their seals this
17th day of July, A. D. 1911.
E. B. Field (seal)
E. M. Burgess (seal)
Roderick Reid (seal)
Edw.B.Field.Jr.(beal)
Philip Hamlin (seal)
J. F. Macdonald (seal)
STATE OF COLORADO,
City and County of Denver
ES.
I, Floyd F. Walpole, a notary
public in ard for the said city
and county. in the state aforesaid,
do hereby certify that E. B. Field,
E. M. Burgess.Roderick Reid, Edw.
B. Field, Jr., Philip Hamlin, and
J. E. Macdonald.who are personally
known to me to be the persoris
whose names are subscribed to the
foregoing certificate of incorpora
tion, appeared before me this day
in person, and severally acknowl
edged that they signed, sealed and
delivered said instrument as their
free andjvoluntary act for the usas
and purposes therein set forth. .
Given uuder my hand and no
tarial seal this 17th day of July. A.
D. 1911. f
My commission expires January
19th. 1915.
(Seal) FLOYD F. WALPOLE.,
Notary Public,
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