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DAILY ARIZONA-SILVER BELT
Tuesday, April 14, 1903
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AN EXCLUSIVE SHOWING
Novelties in Hats To Be Found in No ther Store
in the City.
We are better prepared for the. Easter week rush than any house
in Globe; Last night's express brought us very many of the New
est Models in Ladies' Hats. They are. exolusive styles. 'Justsuch
Hats, as good dressers will want on -Easter Sunday. We wish to
call your attention, in particular, to our line of trimmed Leghorn's.
Eleeantlv shaned. artistically trimmed. Now, a word -about price.
We will positively undersell any house in the city not on the same g
grade ol goods, out a better grade ior instance, tne iamous aage
Hats none better.
OXFORDS! OXFORDS! QXFORDSi
They nro hero and look fine. We novor had the ploasure of showing such a hahdsomo lot of
The now and -popular stylos in tans and blacks aro hero for your inspection. All sizes end widths carried,
which enables us to fit your feet correctly.
THE W. W. BROOKNER CO.
3r IX-Sl. DT SL
xo' Giv atirotlotx or Vur
NDTGESTION AND DYSPJRPSIA.
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ta tUo dtj.r Iron Wm jrm bourkt It. nd w IU r(iukl rr .
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Great Winter Route through, the Land of .the Cot
ton and the Cane and the Great Citie3, of the
For further information write to
E.G. HUHPHREY, Q. P. A,
Short Stories-of th City
A Valley - Visitor Miss Daisy Mc
Cullom, who is connected with the Snf-
ford Guardian, returned yesterday to
the valley city, after a pleasant visit
with her father in Globe.
F. L. JONES & SON
Funeral Directors and Embalmed
Dog Poisoned A valuable dog owned
by Lon E. Hoeyc,-wns poisoned by some
malicious person yesterday. Mr. Hoeyc
oflcrs a liboial reward for the arrest
and conviction of the offender
Gono to Tucson Oscar A. Ingram, tho
popular young clothier, left for Tucson
yesterday, where he will transact busi
ness for a number of jlays. H0 will re
turn on Wednesday night prepared to
look after his interests of n political
nnturo on Thursday.
Suing for a Separation Through her
attorney, Judge McCullom, Mra Zadic
Rountrco has commenced an action in
district court for a legal separation
from her husband, Ernst Rountrec, De
sertion and non-support are charged.
Hero From Florence J. K. McCarthy
of Florence, one of tho best known min
ing men in Arizona, is a business -visitor
in the city. Jointly with Mrs. Clara
Kinney, Mr. McCarthy owns the Sultana-Arizona
group of claims, valued
way up in the thousands.
Discovered Brick Clay Contractor
George P. Briggs discovered yesterday
a twenty-acre bed of pure red clay,
suitable for making brick. Mr: Briirirs
;says the clay is absolutely free from
atone anu that it is undoubtedly tho
bdst over opened in tho territory. Ho
will arrange for a large, brick burning
plant in the near future.
OFFICE:. 174S. Broad St.
RESIDENCE: 346 S. Hill Sfi
1 0.50 for
I give 5 por cent rebate on all cash purchases, thcroby -giving $10.00
worth for every $10.00.
I carry a full lino of Orocsrics, Hardware, .Crockery, Dry Goods,
Boots, Shoes and Furnishings.
Qivo a trial order and be convlncod.
Wm. Mill Williams
Work en. Dam Suspcndod Work at
t!io ,big Roosovclt dam was suspended
during tho past week on account of
n broken shaft on tho water power
wncei in 1 10' cement mm. it. is thnnaht
"that repairs will bo made and work
resumed nuout lrmay or Saturday. A
numbor of tho men aro spending tho
enforced vacation in Globe.
largest and finest ranches in Johnson
county nhd has"" extensivo interests in
the Boniimont oil fields. He may .de
cide to locate peminnently in Globe.
Badly injured 'While engaged in
"busting a broncho" at the Mounce
ranch, four miles northeast of Globe,
Sunday, Charles Berunttl, a lad of about
fifteen years, was thrown oyer a cliff.
Both arms and ono log ewdr broken
and tho boy wns badly bruised about
tho body. Tho injured boy Is well known
in'tho c'ty, having resided on the nortli
side for a. number of years.
Located' in San 'Dlcgs A. N. Notts
goV, in a- letter to the Silver Belt, states'
tliat ho has taken ur) permanent resi
dence in San Diego, Cal., -whero ho
has secured a tract of ono and n half
acres of land, and will build u flno
five-room homo at once. Ho ropdrts
Sfln Diego as ono of the most promising
cities jn southern" California- and thinks
tliat eventually It will become a great
seaport town. He, first located at Long
Editor in tho City lie v. Arthur L.
Wadsworth, editor "of tho Pacific Bap
tist, South Pasadena, has been in tho
City a number of- days in ,the interest
of his magazine. Ho reports a very
liberal reception in Globe, and ns a
result of his visit hero many additional
copies of tho magazine will como to
this city. Last 3'car while in the ter
ritory, Mr. Wndsworth gathered data
for a number of descriptive articles,
which proved good advertising for Ari
zona. Ho will lcavo this morning by
stngc for Itoosovclt and will then go on
to "Mesh, Tempo, Phoenix and Prescott.
ABTICLES OF INCOBPOEATION
THE : WESTERN COMPANY.
A Horseback Trip-J. E. ,Mcrriam,
tho ' local contractor, returned Sunday
night from :Phoenix, whero ho spent a
number of" days with Mrs. Merriam, who
is visiting -her parents in that city.
Mr. Merriam made the trip on horso
bnck. He reports tho country as look
ing lino between Globe and Phoenix.
Prominent Texas Visitor S. M. Hill
of Cleburne, ono of tho 'most prdminent
and influential men of Texas, is in
thd city looking aftor mining and other
interests. He is one of tho incorporators
of tho Western company, which will
soon engage extensively in the mining
and mercantile business in this section.
Mr. Hill was president of tho Pirst
National bank at Cloburno for a number
of years, is tho owner of ono of tho
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS:" That J. F. Hechtman,of
Globo, Gila County, Arizona, and S. M.
Hill, of Cleburne, Johnson County,
Ttixns,- have this day associated them
selves together for the purpose of form
ing a corporation under the laws of
the. Territory of" Arizona, and for tliat
purposordo' adopt' the following charter:
The name of this corporation shall bo
THE WESTERN COMPANY.
The principal -place of business (of
this Company In Arizona shall be in
;thc City of Globe, in the County of
.Gifo, and -it may occupy other princi
pal offices and -places of business in
tho- City of Moline; in the State of
Illinois, and at such other place or
('places 'as' tho Board -of Directors may
designate, at which place or places nil
incorporators', stockholders' and di
rectors! meetings may be held, and all
cofporate business may be transacted.
The amonnt of the capital stock of
this corporation shall bo Fifty Thousand
($50,000.00) Dollars, divided into five
hundred shares of the par value of
Ope Hundred ($100.00) Dollars each,
arid said capital stock Bhall tbc paid up
at tho date of issuance or at. such time
as the Board of Directors may designate,
in money, property, labor or any other
valuable right or thing, and the judg
ment of tho Board of 'Directors, or man'
aging officers, as to the value thereof
shall be conclusive.
The general nature of the business
in which this corporation shall engage
fs as follows, to-wit:
To manufacture, -import, export, buy,
sell, distribute, store, warehouse and
generally deal in goods,- wares and mer
cbandisc, meats and provisions, drugs
and chemicals heavy and shelf hard
ware and property of every class and
To hold, purchase or otherwise ac
quire, to sell, assign, transfer, mortgage,
pledge or othcrwiso dispose,- of shares
or tne capital stock, ami uomis, ic
benturcs or other evidences of indebt
cdncss created by iothcr corporation br
corporations, and while the holder there
of to exerciso all the rights and priv
ileges of ownership, including tho right
to voto thorcon:
Tho Corporation mny use such por
tion of any moneys that it may have
Dn hand in tbo purchase of its own cap
ital stock from time to time ns its
Board of Directors shall determine, and
such capital stock so purchased may, if
tho Directors so determine, bo deposited
in the treasury of thq Company as
treasury atock, to bo thereafter disposed
of- as such treasury stock for tho pur
pose of procuring working capital for
To undertake and carry on any busi
ness, transaction or operation common
ly undertaken or carried on by contract
ors, capitalists, financiers) and generally
to institute, enter into and carry on,
assist, promoto or participate in finan
cial, commercial, mercantile, industrial
and other business, works, contracts,
undertakings and operations:
To acquire, own, enter, or lease mines
and mineral lands of every kind, nature
and description; also to acquire, own,
enter- or lease mill sites, water rights
and terminnl facilities; to work, pros
pect or develop mines and mineral
lands of ovcry nature or description,
oithcr for itself or other companies, cor
porations or individuals, upon such
terms and for such remuneration as it
shall deem fit and proper; and to accept,
take, and hold mineral lands and claims
of every kind and nature, either as an
entity or any interest in the samo; to
do everything that may bo necessary
or proper in tho conduct of its bust
ness in the way of developing, prospect
ing, locating, acquiring, buying and
soiling mineral lands an.d mining claims
of every kind, nature and description,
and the working of such mines and tho
production of ores and minerals there
from; and in reducing such ores and
minerals to tho most profitable, mer
chantable value; to own and opcrato
all necessary mills, smelters,, machinery,
ronds, railroads, tramways, ditches,
flumes and such othor property as shall
be fit and necessary in carrying out
tho objects herein stated;
To do oil and ovcrything necessary,
"suitable, convenient or proper for tho
accomplishment of any of the purposes
or tho attainment of any one or moro
of tho objects horcin enumerated or
incidental to tho powers herein named,
or which shall-at-any time nppoar con
ducive or expedient for tho protection
or benefit of the Corporation, either ob
holders of or interested in any proper
ty, or otherwise:
The affairs of this 'Corporation shall
bo couduetedby a board of not less
than five (0) nor more than nine (9)
directors, who shall be elected on tho
first Monday after the first Tuesday of
February of each year, as tho By-Laws
shall provide. Until the first annunl
election the following, persons shall bo
the officers and directors:
S. M. Hill, President and Treasurer
II, S. Friatoc, Secretary and Director.
L. E, West, Vice-President and Di
rector. V. D. Paul, Director.
Geo. F. Weitz, Director.
The highest amount of liability that
this Corporation shall subject itself1 to
at any time" shall -hot exceed two'thirds
of its authorized capital stock.
This Corporation is formed to endure
for twenty-five years after its Articles
aro duly executed, but its charter
rights may be rcnowed before its char
ter expires from 4imo to time for
periods not exceeding twenty-five (25)
years at a time, perpetually.
Tho private proporty of the stock
holders of this Corporation shall be and
is hereby made forever exempt from
any liability for It's debts or obliga
tions. ARTICLE IX.
The capital stock of this Corporation
shall be and is hereby made forever
non-asseSsablo by this Corpdratidn for
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, wo have
hereunto set our hands and seals this
First day of April,- A. D. 190S.
J. F. HECHTMAN, (Seal)
S. M. HILL. (Seal)
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila, ss?
Before mc; E. T. Stewart, a Notary
Public, in and for the County of Gila,
Territory of Arizona, on this day per
sonally appeared J. F. Hechtman and
S. M. Hill, knownito mo to be the per
sons whoso names aro subscribed to the
foregoing-instrument, and acknowledged
to'mc that they executed the same for
tbo purposes and considerations therein
GTVEtf'UNDER'MY HAND and seal
of offico this 13th day of April, A. D.
(Seal) E. T. STEWART
My commission expires Dec. 24, 1910.
Filed -and recorded at the request of
t, V. Hechtman - on tho 13th day of
April, -A. D. 1908, at 35 minutes past
J o'clock A.- M.
E. T. STEWART, County Recorder.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
COUNTY OF GILA, as.
I, E. T, 8TEWART; County Record
cr-in-and for tho County of Gila, Ter
ritory of Arizona, do hereby certify
that- tho above and foregoing contain
and constitute a full, true and correct
copv of tho Articles of Incorporation 'of
"THE WESTERN COMPANY" as the
same appears of record in my offico in
Bbok 2, Corporations, at page 24; that
I have compared the same with the
original' record, and that the same is a
true transcript nnd of 'the whole there
of. Given under my hand 'and seal of
office this 13th'day of April, A. D. 1908.
E. T. STEWART,
County Recorder, Gila County, A. T.
MINERAL APPLICATION N6. 354,
Survey No2492.' United States Land
Office, PhoeJlix, Arizona, April 10, 1903.
Notice is rcroby given that Clara Kin
ney whos; post-office is Globe, Ari
zona, has mado application for
United "Slates patent for tho Rosaline
No. 2 lode mining claim situate in SE'4
section I, T. 1-R, lo'-E. O. & S. R. B.
M., Glob? Alining District and in tho
County of Gila, Territory of Arizona,
ns fdllowii: ROSALINE No. 2 Begin
ning n Cirner No. 1 whence corner of
sections 4. 5. P. 0. T. I-N. R. 15 E. bears
S. 1 de;. 19 min. E. G59.7 feet thence
south 84 drg., 20 min. W. 1500 feet to
corner No. 2., thence north 18 dog. 35
min. W. 1514 feet jo corner No. 3, thenc6
N. 34 dcg., 20 min. E. 1500 feet to cor
ner No. 4, thence S. 18 dcg. 35 E. 014
feet to place of beginning, Containing
an area of 20.009 acres. This claim is
bounded by vacant land, Rosaline No.
1 and Rosaline No. 8 lode claims survey
Nd. 2491. The location of this claim
is recorded in the rccordg'ra cilice of
Gila County, Arizona and tho complete
field notes arc on file in the U. S. Lnnd
Office, Phoenix, Arizona. LYMAN W.
ot managing officers, as to the value
thereof shall bo conclusive.
The 'business proposed to be transact
ed nnd carried on by the said Corpora
tion is as follows: In general to en
gage in and carry on tho business of
mining, refining, smelting and manufac
turing any and all kinds of ores, min
erals and metals; to purchase, lease or
acquire by license, bond, concession,
grant or otherwise, any lands, mines,
mineral rights, buildings, casements,
rights or privileges, machinery, plant
and other effects" whatsoever, which the
Company may think proper from time to
time to ncquire for any of its purposes;
to prospect and search for ores and
minerals, to develop mines and grant
licenses for mining in and over any
lands which may bo acquired by the
Company, and to sell and otherwise dis
pose of the lands, mines' or other prop
crty'of tho Company; to buy, sell, man
ufacture and deal in, minerals, plant,
machinery, implements, conveniences,
provisions and things cnpable of being
Used in eonhection with mining opera
tions or required by workmen or others
employed by thd Company; to construct,
carry out, improve, manage, work, con
trol and superintend any roads, ways,
railways, bridges, reservoirs, water
courses', aqueducts, wharves, furnaces,
mills, crushing works, hydraulic works,
electric works, factories', warehouses,
and other works and conveniences which
may seem directly or indirectly condu
cive to any of the objects of tho Com
pany, and to contribute to, subsidize, or
otherwise' aid or partake in such oper
ation; to buy, soil or otherwise dispose
of the Capital stock of this or any other
Corporation and generally to do any and
all acts and things and transact any
and all other business incidental to the
purposes aforesaid and not contrary to
the laws of the Territory of Arizona,
or of the Lnitcd States of America.
The time of commencement of this
Corporation shall bo immediately on
filing; these Articles with the Recorder
of the County of Gila, Arizona, and the
Auditor of tho Territory of Arizona, and
such existence shall continue for a per
iod of twenty-five years from and aftor
the date of said filing, that its Charter
ngms may do renewcu oeiorc tne quar
ter expires) from time to time, for per
iods not exceeding twenty-five years at
Tho affairs of this Corporation Bh"all
be conducted by a Board of Directors
not exceeding nine (9) and not less
than five (5), who shall bi stockholders
of the Corporation and shall be elected
at the annual meeting of the Corpora
tion on the second Monday in April in
each year, and the officers of said Cor
poration shall bo a President and Vice
President, both to be elected by the
Board of Directors from their own num
ber; a Secretary, a Treasurer and such
other officers as the Board of Directors
may deem necessary, who may bo chosen
from among-the stockholders. The mem
bers of the- Board of Directors for the
current year and until their successors
are chosen and qualified arc:
John R. Ryan, Paul Schneller and
Matt Drazich of Calumet, Michigan,
Gcorgo Hall, Jacob Uitti and William
Pollard of Kearsarge, Michigan, Michael
Richctta of Lourium, Michigan, Thomab
Coughlin of Hancock, Michigan, ana
Adolph F. Hcidekamp of Lake Linden,
This Corporation is not at any time
to subject itself to a greater liability
than Ono Hundred Thousand ($100,-
000.00) Dollars, except upon the written
consent of the holders of one half of
the Capital Stock outstanding at tho
time tho obligation is incurred, and in
no case shall the indebtedness be in
curred to an amount exceeding two-thirds-of
the outstanding Capital Stock.
The private- property of the stock
holders of tho Corporation shall be and
is licrcby' made forever exempt from all
liability fdr its debts or obligations.
The Capital Stock of this Corporation
shall be and is hereby made forever non
assessable by this 'Corporation for any
In Witness Whereof, "Wc hereunto set
our hands find seals th'fs second day of
April, A. D. 1908.
JOHN R. RYAN
PETER H. FINNEGAN
ABTICLES OF INCORPORATION
CASTLErDOME COPPER COMPANY
Know All Men by. Theso Presents:
That, we,- tho undorsigncp, havo this
day vdluntarily associated ourselves to
gether for the purpose, of forming a
corporation under the laws of the Terri
tory of Arizonn, and for that purpose
do adopt the following Chnrtcr:
Tho name of this Corporation, and by
which it shall be known in law, Bhall
bo "CASTLE' DOME COPPER COM
PANY." ARTICLE II.
Tho names-of tho incorporators are,
John R. Ryan, Paul Schneller and Potef
This Company shall keep an office at
Globo, Arizona, tho principal placo fdr
-tho transaction of business in Arizona.
Tho general offices shall bo at Calumot,
Stato of Michigan, at which placo or
places all incorporators, stockholders,
and directors meetings may bo held, and
all corporato busincssmay bo transact
ed. ARTICLE IV
The amount of iho Capital Stock of
this Corporation shall be Six Hundred
Thousand (G00,000.00) Dollars, divided
into Sixty Thousa'nd (G0,000) Shares of
tho par value of Ten ($10.00) Dollars
each, and said Capital stock shall bo
paid up at the dato of issuance, or at
such time as tho Board of Directors may
designate, in money, proporty, labor, or
any other 'valuabio right or thing, nnd
tha judgment of the Board of Directors,'
STATE OF MICHIGAN,
County of Houghton. ss.
Before me, Edward McCormack, a No
tary Public in and for tho County of
Houghton, State of Michigan, on' this
day personally appeared, John R. Ryan,
Paul Schneller and Peter H. Finncgah,
known to mo to be the persons whose
names arc subscribed td tho foregoing
Instrument'and soverally acknowledged
to ine that they executed the same for
tho purpose and consideration therein
Given under my hand and seal of of
fico this second day of April, A. D. 1908.
(Seal) Notary Public,
Houghton County, State of Michigan.
My commission expires Juno 24, 1911.
day associated ourselves together fortu
ju'udu i -"""'6 .-i'uiuiiun nio
the laws of the Territory of Arizoi-
nrtA in ITttta ml ntl1 fnr 41mi ...
and to this end and for that
adopt the following Articles of Inco
ARTICLE I. '
The name of this corporation chali i
tho "BETA GRANDE COPPEIt Ittv
ING COMPANY," and the names of ti
incorporators are W. G. Duncan of cu
of the Territory of Arizona, and JohB
Owen of Graham County of the Tcjji
tory of Arizona, and L. S. KmL
Charles McCormick and L. G, Vji!0'
of Plainview, in Halo County, State of
Texas, and the affairs of this corpora.
shall be conducted by a board of jv,
directors, and the following named stall
constitute the board of directors utj
their successors are elected, viz ty q
Duncan, John A. Owens, L. S, Kinde,
Charles McCormack and L. G. Wilson, '
Thereafter the board of directon
shall be elected from among the gott.
holders on the first Monday of Novta.
ber of each year.
The officers of said Corporation, actQ
their successors shall bo elected, ti,
be, L. G. Wilson, President; Ohar!tt
McCormack, Secretary, and W O. Dm.
can, Vico President.
Tho principal place In which the bni".
ness of said corporation within ie ftr.
"ritory of Arizona, is to be transacted "j
GLOBE, Gila County, Territory of Ari
zona, and the principal place of busing,
of said corporation outside of the Ter
ritory of Arizona, shall be in PLAIjf.
VIEW, Hale County, State of Texas, t
which meetings of the stockholders ltd
the Board of Directors may be held, j-j
the corporation may have such brai
offices cither within or without the Ter.
ritory of Arizona as ,may be establish!
by the Board of Directors.
The amount of the capital stock of
this corporation shall bo ONE MIL.
LION DOLLARS ($1,000,000) divided
into one million shares, of the par raise
of one dollar ($1.00) each, and scti
stock shall at the date of its iiKt
be fully paid and forever non-assessaKe,
in money, property, labor or other valj.
able considerations, and the judgment of
the Board of Directors shall be coecIi
sive as to the value thereof.
The time of the commencement c
this corporation shall be at the tice of
the filing of its articles of incorpon
tion with the Territorial Auditor, ui
shall continue for a period of TWENTY
FIVE years thereafter.
Tho general nature of the butinesi
proposed to bo transacted by this cor
poration is a general mining business;
to locate', lease, buy, own, exchange,
sell, pledge, mortgage, and develop
mines, real estate, and other property,
including mining claims, oil land;, nis
cral lands, oil, gas, asphaltum, petrole
um, salt, water rights, and maehinerj,
And conduct and. own a general mer
To buy, own, sell, build, operate si
construct railways, water-ways, smelt
ers, and in fact to do all things neces
sary to tho proper conduct of the busi
ness of this corporation, in the rase
manner that a natural person conld do.
To buy, sell and hypothecate stoeb,
either of this or any other corpora
tion in the manner which the Boitl
of Directors may deem proper.
The highest amonnt of indebtedness
to which this corporation at any ene
time shall subject -itself, shall be the
sum of FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLABS
($50,000), and the private property of
the stockholders of this corporate
shall be and is hereby made forever ex
empt from all liability for its debts or
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we b
hereunto set our hands and seals this
18th day of February, 1908.
W. G. DUNCAN,
JOHN A. OWEN,
L. S. KINDER,
L. O. WILSON.
Filed and recorded at tho request of
'. McCormack on tho 9 day of April,
.. D. 1908, at 35 minutes past 2 o'clock
El T. STEWART, County Recorder.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
I, E. T. Stewart, County Recorder in
nnd fdr tho County of Gila, Territory of
Arizona, do hereby certify that the
above and foregoing contain and con
stituto a full, true and correct copy of
tho Articles of Incorporation of the
CASTLE DOME COPPER COMPANY,
as the samo appears of record in my
offico in Book 2, Corporations, at page
20; that I havo compared tho Bamc with
tho original record and that tho Bamc
is a true transcript and of tho whole
Given under my hand and seal of of
fice this 10th day of April, A. D. 1908.
(Seal) . E. T. STEWART,
County Recordor, Oila County, A. T.
Tlrst publication April 12, 1908.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Graham, ss.
Before me, Mit Simms, County E
cordcr in and for the' County of Grabaa,
Territory of Arizona, on this day per
sonally apepared W. G. Duncan, Job
A. Owen,- Chas. McCormack and L 0.
Wilson,- known to me to be the per
sons whose names are subscribed t
tho foregoing instrument, and acknowl
edged to, mo that they executed tie
same for the purposes and considerate
Given under my hand and seal of office,-
this 18th day of February, A- n
1908. MIT SIMMS,
STATE OF TEXAS,
County of Potter, ss.
Before mc, W. S. Roberts, a XoW
Public in and for Potter County, Tens,
on this day personally appeared L
Kinder known to me to be the ptf805
whoso name is subscribed to the frt'
going instrument, and acknowledged tJ
mo that ho executed the 6amc for tie
purposes and consideration therein ex
pressed. Given under my hand and seal o'
office, this the 24th day of Febniitf
A. D. 1908.
W. S. ROBERTS,
Notary Public- in and for Potter Cos
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
THE BETA ORANDEOOPPER MIN
ING 'COMPANY. "
KnowAll:Mcn by' These Presents:
'Tliat 'wo; tho undersigned, havo this
Filed and recorded at the rcqu' ?'
W n nnnxn nn !, 11 ,lov n( KV
A. D. 1908, at 40 minutes past 9 'lx
E. T. STEWART, County Recorder.
TERRITORY O FARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
I, E. T. Stewart, County Recorder i
and for tho County of Gila, Territory
Arizona, do hereby certify at .
above and foregoing contain and con'
tute a full, true and correct C0VZ,$
Articles of Incorporation of "' .
BETA GRANDE COPPER M1' ,
COMPANY," as tho samo appear'
record in my offico in Book 2, Corpora
tions, at pago 22; that I have eB,PaIJJ
the samo with the original record, a
that the same is a true transcript
of tho whole thereof. ,
Given under my hand and seal ot
fice this 11th day of April, A. I. I
(Seal) ' ' E. T. STEWARD
County Recorder, Gila County, ""