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THE COCONINO SUN
FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1918'
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STATE OF ARIZONA
Offico of tho
United States of America, v
State of Arizona ss.
Tho Arizona Corporation Commis
sion does hereby certify that tho an
nexed is a true and complete trans
cript of the
ARTICLES OP INCORPORATION
'ASH CREEK CATTLE COMPANY"
which woro filed in the office of said
Arizona Corporation Commission on
tho 24th day of January, A. D., 1918,
at 3:00 o'clock p. m., as provided by
In Testimony Whereof, Tho Arizo
na Corporation Commission, by its
Chairman, has hereunto set its hand
and affixed its Official Seal. Done
at the City of Phoenix, the Capital,
this 21th day of January, A. D., 1918.
F. A. JONES,
Attest: SAM W. PROCTOR,
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
"ASH CREEK CATTLE COMPANY"
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE -PRESENTS:
That we, tho undersigned, do here
by associate ourselves tocrether for
the purpose of forming a corporation EIGHTY THREE THOUSAND DOL
undcr the laws of the State of Arizo- HS (?83,000.00).
na, and for the furtherance of such t In Witness Whereof, We have here
nuroose wc hereby ndont tho follow- unto sct our hands thJs 2ml day of
ing Articles of Incorporation.
The name of the corporation shall
bo "ASH CREEK CATTLE COM
PANY." ARTICLE II.
The names, residences and postof
fico addresses of the incorporators
aro as follows:
A. Sanford, Flagstaff, Coconino
Al Smith, Williams, Coconino coun
The principal , place of business of
this corporation shall bo at its office
in tho Town of Flagstaff, County of
Coconino, State of Arizona. Branch
offices may be established by the
Board of Directors at any other placo
in the State of Arizona.
The purpose of this corporation and
tho principal nature of the business
proposed to be transacted is
1. The purchasing, leasing and
otherwise by any and all lawful
moans acquiring cattle, horses, mules
and other live stock; the running and
maintenance thereof and the sale or
other disposition of the same, togcth-
cr with the increase, pelts hides ami-
other products and by-products there-
2. The sale for others, upon com
mission, of all kinds of live stock and
tho products and by-products thereof.
3. The leasing to others of all
kinds of livo stock.
' 4. The purchasing, leasing and ac
quiring by any and all lawful means,
ranges, ranches, and all kinds of real
property, water, water rights and per
sonal property of every sort and de
scription that in the judgment of its
Board of Directors may bo desirable
for tho carrying on and maintenance
of its general business.
5. To mortgage or pledge any or
all of its property to such extent and
at such times as its stockholders may
0. To do all and everything neces
sary for the accomplishment of any
purposes or the furtherance of anjr of
the powers hereinbefore set forth
cither as principal or agent.
Tho time of commencement of this
corporation shall bo the date of the
issuance to it of a certificate of in
corporation by the Arizona Corpora
tion Commission, and shall terminate
twenty-fivo (25) years thereafter.
Tho amount of capital stock of this
corporation shall be ONE HUNDREr
TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOL
LARS ($125,000.00), divided into
shares of tho par value of ONE HUN
DRED DOLLARS ($100.00) each.
Such stock shall bo Issued undcr'the
direction of the Board of Directors
and shall bo fully paid up at tho time
Tho Board of Directors may author
ize and cause the stock to be issued
in exchange for real or personal prop
erty and the judgment of tho Board
of Directors as to tho full value of
such property shall, in the absence'Of
fraud, bo conclusive.
The prudential and business affairs.
of tho corporation shall be conducted
by a Board of Directors consisting of
two (2) persons, who shall bevelectcd
at a meeting of tho stockholders, held
on the first Tuesday In tho month of
January of each year, beginning with
the year 1919.
Tho private property of tho stock
holders shall bo forever exempt from
corporate debts of any kind what
The officers of this corporation
shall bo a President and Secretary,
Treasurer, tho same person may be
chosen to fill any two offices.
Tho following named persons have
been elected and shall constitute the
Board of Directors until tho first an
nual election, towit: A. Sanford and
Tho officers of said corporation
who hnvo been selected and shall
servo until their successors have
been elected and duly qualified, arc
A. Sanford, President.
Al Smith, Secretary and Treasurer.
The Board of Directors shall have,
the power to fill vacancies in its
membership and in the offices of the
The Board of Directors may adopt
a common seal and may adopt by
laws, and may amend or repeal the
same, and shall have the power and
authority to transact any business
within the corporation, and to dele
gate such power and authority as it
may deem expedient to any Officer
of the corporation.
' , ARTICLE XI.
. The .highest amount of indebted
ness or liability, direct or contingent,
to which this corporation is at any
time to subject itself, is the sum of
January, A. D., 1918.
STATE OF ARIZONA,
County of Coconino ss. '
The foregoing instrument was nc-
i knowledgcd beffirc me this 2nd day
, of January, A. D., 1918, by A Sanford
and Al Smith, whose names aro af
fixed to same.
(Notarial Seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires August' '.
Filed Jn the office' of the Arizona
Corporation Commission this 24th
day of Jan., A. D., .1918, at 3:00 P.
M., at request of John Zalaha, whose
postoffice address is Flagstaff, Ari
zona. ARIZONA CORPORATION
By F. A. JONES,
STATE OF ARIZONA.
County of Coconino ss.
I, Dan J. Cronin, County Recorder
in and for the County and State
nfnrfsn?il fin hrrrViv pnrfifv flint ihn
vlthin ,nstrumcnt was filc(, fot re.
con, nt 2 o'clock, P. M., on this 30th
' i,, t... A n into .i '.TT.i..
i uuy ui wuuuuty, n. is., iiiO unu uuiy
i rccorueu in jjook ro. z oi vrucics oi
i Incorporation, Records of Coconino
County, Arizona, at pages 342 ct seq.
Witness my hand and dfficial seal
tho day and year first above written.
(Seal) DAN J. CRONIN,
By IRENE BART,
Recorded at request of R. J. Kidd
January 30, A. D., 1918, at 2 o'clock
P.'M. in Book 2 Articles of Incorpo
ration, Pages 342 ct seq., Records of
Coconino County, Arizona.
DAN J. CRONIN,
By IRENE BART,.
Feb. 15-22 Mar. 1-8-15-22."
ORDER FIXING TIME OF. HEAR
ING PETITION OF SURETY
In tho Superior Court of the State
of Arizona in and for the County of
In the Matter of the Estate of I.
Fred Gore, Deceased.
The Fidelity & Deposit Company, of
Maryland, having on the 13th day of
February, 1918, filed its petition to
be released as surety from the bond
of Telitha Gore, Administratrix, and
that the said Administratrix bring the
estate in her hands into Court and set
tle and account as such Administra
trix; And it further appearing to the
Court that the said Administratrix
has absconded, or that her where
abouts is unknown, so personal ser
vice of this order can not bo served
It Is Ordered, That Monday, the 4th
day of March, A. D., 1918, at ten
o'clock A. M., and the court-room of
the Courthouse of said county be and
is hereby fixed as the time and place
for hearing said petition, and that no
tice thereof be given to tho said Te
litha Gore by publication in the Co
conino Sun, the first publication there
of to bo at least ten days before said
day of hearing.
Done In open Court this 20th day
6f February, A. D., 1918, -
F. W. PERKINS, Judge.
Feb. 22 Mch. 1.
THE PROPER TREATMENT
OF SEED POTATOES
(By D. C. George, Plant Pathologist,
Arizona Commission Agriculture
Potatoes are subject to a number of
diseases, the most important of which
in Arizona arc Rhiztoctonia and Scab.
Of these two, the former is by far the
more serious. In connection with the
treatment, and control measures rec
ommended tho appearance of the dis
ease upon the tubers and some other
general characteristics are briefly con
The Rhizoctonia Disease.
This disease appears upon the tu
bers as small, warty, ,dark-brown No
vations, resembling dirt patches that
will not rub off. These structures nre
known as the sclerotia ahd arc much
moro' conspicuous when the tuber is
wet. Frequently the disease causes a
slight corrosion or roughening of the
skin to' which the term "ruset-scab"
has been applied. This stage is usu
ally associated with a. deep, wide,
crack or split very much roughened
and corroded. Often a slight punc
ture or sunken spot in the skin re
veals beneath it a deep pocket or pit
resembling the work of some insect.
Tho object of seed treatment is to
kill all the scTerotia or any other part
of the fungus that might be present
upon the seed tubers.
Potato scab appears upon the tubers
in crust spots, deeply cracked and
furrOwed. In serious cases these spots
may join together, causing a general
roughened appearance over the sur
face of the tuber. Scab develops no
sclerotia or other structure upon the
sifrfnee of tho tuber and causes no
pits or pockets as In the case of the
Similarities and Differences.
The Rhizoctonia disease is caused
by a soil fungus common In many soils
and supposed to be native to some.
Scab is caused by a soil bacterium,
common in nearly all soils and espe
cially prevalent in soils with a high
humus content. Rhizoctonia is espe
cially favored by an acid soil, and
scab byan alkaline toil. Rhizoctonia
is lessened by the use of barnyard
manure, while scab is increased by its
use, especially if the manure is fresh.
It has recently been determined that
the organism causing scab is very
prevalent in humus material in the
process of decomposition. Both dis
eases' develop best under high mois
ture conditions and when once estab
lished in the soil will remain there for
indefinite periods. Both attack such
crops as beets, turnips, mangels, ruta
bagas, etc., but have never been found
causing injury to such crops as wheat,
oats Or barley. Rhizoctonia.and.scab
arc both subject to the same seed
treatment. Formaldehyde is effective
against scab, but is very unsatisfac
tory against Rhizoctonia, while thr
corrosive sublimate solution is effect
ive against both diseases.
In the control of these diseases the
following system should be followed:
L. Use clean seed.
2. Rotate crops.
3. Select soil known to bo unin
4. Treat Seed.
The tratment recommended for
both the Rhizoctonia disease and scab
is as follows:
Corrosive sublimate i oz.
Water 30 gal.
This strength makes a 1 to 1,000
solution. The seed potatoes should be
covered-by .the solution from 1 to
The following should be strictly ob
served: 1. Treat all seed in wooden vessels
such as candy pails or barrels, as the
solution will corrode metal.
2. Corrosive sublimate is a deadly
internal poison but is non-injurious to
the skin and may be bandied without
3. Use a new splution to every 5
bushels of seed.
4. Never feed treated potatoes to
5. Treat all tubers before cutting.
MARRIED MAN SENT
TO A'RMY' FOR 7 YRS.
Grady Westbrook was sent to one
of the army cantonments last week
for failure, to respond with his ques
tionnaire. The enlistment was for
seven years regardless of the duration
of the present war. Every young fel
low should bo very careful about this
registration and draft business. Un
cle will not stick for any funny stunts.
Ho means business and will not r
played with. Farmington (N. M.)
Farmers have applied for loans ag
gregating $220,000,000 from Federal
Land Banks, which have been able to
supply about $105,000,000.
The First National Bank of Mesa
succeeds to the business of the Mesa
City bank, which was established in
FEEDING TROOPS IS NO
SMALL JOB NOW
To maintain the American army in
France 100 pounds of gross tonnage
a day must bo landed at French ports
for each man, according to Captain
EarltJ. Zimmerman, executive officer
in the depot quartermasters depart
ment in Chicago.
"The American people have no con
ception of the quantity of supplies
needed for the men 'over there', " said
Captain Zimmerman, "nor of the dif
ficulty in getting it to them. For ex
ample it takes 23,000,000 pounds of
frozen beef each month to feed a
In explaining the food supply of the
American soldiers abroad and the
manner in which it must be sent, Cap
tain Zimirfermnn gave a general pic
ture of the difficulties of the quarter
masters' corps in constantly maintain
ing a sufficient quantity of food.
According to his statement, the
men in Prance are on a "garrison ra
tion" the same as soldiers at canton
ments in this country. This ration
Is five pounds a man, each day. This
weight, however, Includes eating
utensils and container. For a million
men 150,000,000 pounds of rations a
month arc required, amounting to
A list of tho food required for a
million men for 30 days would include
23,000,000 pounds of frozen beef.
38,500,000 pounds of flour.
6,000,000 pounds of bacon.
2,000,000 cans of beef.
1,000,000 cans of corned beef.
1,000,000 cans corned beef hash.
3,000,000 pounds of sugar.
2,400,000 pounds of coffee.
972,000 pounds of butter. "'
At all times, Gaptain Zimmerman
said, a 30-day supply is maintained
NAVAJO COUNTY TOWNS"
PUT UNDER QUARANTINE
Lost Tuesday evening Dr. G. P.
Sampson, acting county health offi
cer in the absence of Dr. J. W. Ba
zell, ordered the schools, churches,
picture show, barber shops and bil
iard halls closed for an indefinite pe
riod. A similar order was put In
force in Winslow. Tho local health
officer, acted upon instructions from
the state superintendent, of health,
tho presence of one case of smallpox
in Holbrook, and three cases in Win
slow causing the action to be taken.
In prohibition Minnesota counties
all liquor found in the mails is sent
to a hospital. In Arizona all liquor
found in males Is rushed to the jug.
2 - S War Saving Stamps MKVflHQ a
? I Goodrich Branch iP
j i and Depot IJri
.0 know a tire,
While three fleets pounded Goodrich
tires on the Pacific Coast, over the
mountain trails of Yellowstone and
Glacier Parks, and across the plains
of Kansas, three other fleets tested
them against different road trials and
different climatic conditions in Dixie,,
amidst the lakes of Minnesota, and
in the hills of New England.
Millions of-miles of road roughing it
thus proved for you the durability
TO BUILD AIRPLANES
IN CAPITAL CITY
Phoenix is the location of the head
offices of another airplane company,
articles of incorporation of which
were filed the othee'day with the
state corporation commission.
The officers and directors of this
new company, which is called the "O.
W. Timm Airplane Corporation," are
given as follows: O. W Timm, pres
ident; A. F. Jelinek, secretary; Frank
Berk, treasurer. Roy S. Goodrich is
named as Arizona agent for tho cor
poration. The capital stock is given
as $1,000,000 consisting of 10,000
shares at $10o'cach.
The general nature of the business
is stated to be to construct, lease, op
crate and otherwise deal in airplanes
and balloons, dirigible and otherwise,
and 'all parts therefor; also to make,
sell and operate gas and electric mo
tors and to engage in many other
kinds of business.
SALUTE THE FLAG.
Off with your hat as the flag goes by!
And let the heart have its say;
You're man enough for a tear in
That you will not wipe away.'
You're man enough for a thrHl that
To your very finger tips;
Aye, the dump just'then in your
throat that arose
Spoke more than your parted lips.
Lift up your boy to your shoulder
And show him the faded shred
Those stripes would be red as the
If death could have dyed them rr
The old tune thunders through all air,
And strikes right Into your heart;
If eve'r it calls for you, boy, be there!
.Be there and ready tq start.
Off with your hat as the flag goes by
Uncover the youngster's head!
Teach him to hold it holy and high,
For the sake of its sacred dead.
Henry C. Bruncr.
BIG APPLE SHIPMENT.
L. L. DIckerson, of Fair Oaks, the
largest Individual fruit grower In this
county, recently shipped to Hayden
a carload of apples, and is preparing
to market in the south at other places
several thousand more boxes. His
crop last season reached to over 6,000
boxes. Prescott Journal-Miner.
Germany will never act differently
until some country pulls the germ out
out of her.
you must test it on the TOUCHSTONE of tire merit
Six fleets of Goodrich test cars put the ROAD TEST daily to Goodrich
Tested Tires and proved them the conquerors of America's roads.
Car Fleets and the
roads of our land, and
insure the satisfaction
of your automobile
with America's Tested
Buy from Goodrich Dealers located everywhere.
THE B. F. GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANY
THE C1TV OF GOODHICIf, AKRON, OHIO.
.Best inlhejtony Rmi
Please promptly answer and with,
The queries in your questionnaire;
Divorced or single, if wedded tell;
The date when tolled the fatal bell.
Give age, condition, weight and race,
And name each blemish feet to face;
If lame, or halt, knock-kneed or blind,
Please fully state before its signed.
If you've had wives, please state how
If" not, just why you haven't any;
If living with your wife's relation,
Then state who rules tho home plan
tation. Docs ma-in-law pay your house rcijt?
If 'so, please state to what extent;
Please answer, sir, with utmost care,
'Fore sending in your questionnaire.
If you've a wife with you to bunk,
State when your clothes went in one
Here give the total of your boodle,
And state what's wrong with your
Have you flat feet or wheels in head?
Are your beef cattle all corn fed?
How have you lived for twelve months
If preacher, state where you starved
Have you your last ycar"8 taxes paid?
Are you supporting man (or maid) ?
If so, is she your wife's relation?
(Be careful here with explanation)
Have you been trained" for war's
Aside from battles with your wife?
Can you talk Kansas, French cr
And how much English do you speak?
When all have answered and with
The queries in the Questionnaire,
Then Uncle Sam will be much wiser,
And will proceed to whip the kaiser.
W. E. Fowler.
Excelsior Springs, Mo.
Avowed protector of the birds of
the country in general and of Arizona
in particular, the Arizona Audubon
Society filed articles of incorporation
recently in the offices of the corpora
tion commission at the state house.
The head office of the Audubon So
ciety is at Tucson, the articles state,
it having been organized and the first
directors chosen under the provisions
of the revised statute of 1913 and at
an election held at Tucson on May 26,
Wife This paper tells of a man in
Ohio who lives on onions alone.
Hub Well, any one who lives on
onions ought to live alone.
and all-around service of Goodrich
tires, SILVERTOWN C(JRD' AND
BLACK SAFETY TREADS.
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