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THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1918
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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
THE STATE OF ARIZONA,
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY
In the matter of the estate of
Alvin B. Daniels, deceased.
Order to show cause on the sale
of mining interests.
It appearing to this Court by
the petition this dal presented
and filed by Allen E. Ware, the
administrator of the estate of Al
vin B. Daniels, deceased, praying
for an order of sale of the mining
property of said estate, that it is
to the best interest of said estate
that all said mining property be
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED
by this Court that all persons in
terested appear before this Court
on the 3rd day of September, A.
D. 1918, at the hour of ten o'clock
A. M., of said day, at the Court
Room of said Court at the Court
House, in Kingman, County of
Mohave, State of Arizona, to show
cause why' an order should not
be granted to said administrator
to sell all of the said mining prop
erty; it is further ordered that a
copy of this order be published for
four successive weeks in the Min
eral Wealth, a newspaper printed
and published in said County.
Dated this 29 day of July, 1918
PAUL C. THORNE,
Judge of the Superior Court
First insertion August 2. 1918
Last insertion August 30, 1918.
MINE WARNING NOTICE '
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the Six Prong
No. 1, Six Prong No. 2, Gopher and Bing min
ing claims, situate In the Maynard Mining
District of Mohave County, State of Aruona,
are under lease and bond to parties noiking
same, and that neither the mine nor the own
ers thereof will be responsible for ary labor
or debt contracted, nor injuries sustained by
any employer or employe in working said
property : and that no einplo er or employe
is the ajent of the owners for any purpose,
and that all tha operatives engago in such
sol vice at their own risk, nnd that no debt
or claim of debt is valid against said mining
property or its owners.
Dated February 28. 1918.
Tirst Insertion March 2, 1918-2m-pd.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office
at PhoenK, Arizona, July 20, 1918.
Notice is hereby given that Wade Jonei,
of Sellgman, Arizona, who, on January 10,
1914, made Homestead Entry No. 024116, for
E. i Section 14, Township 18 N.. Rango 9
W G. & S. R. B. & Meridian, has filed no
tice of intention to make three year proof, to
establish claim to the land above described,
before T. L. Haworth, U. S. Commissioner,
Prcscott, Arizoni, on the 18th day of Sep
G'nimant names as witnesses:
Minor Bishop, Jud Bishop, Jones J. Bishop,
Ceorco Logan, nil of Sellgman .Arizona.
JOHN L. IRVIN, Register.
July 27-Aug. 24-t5-18-up.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Of
fice at Phoenix, Arizona, July 13. 1918.
Notice is hereby given that John R. Parson,
of Klngmin, Arizona, who, on March 19, 1913,
made Homestead Entry No. 021797, for W. Vi
N. E. U, S. E. U N. W. 4. N. E. H S. W.
Sic. 1 1. Towmhlp 18 N.. Range 13 W. G. & S.
R. B. . Meridian, has filed notice of intention
to make five ear proof, to establish claim to
the land above described, beforo Anson 11.
Smith, U. S. Commissioner, at Kingman, Ari
zona, on tho 10th day of September, 1918.
Claimant names as tnesses:
A. B. I'anchcr. of Kingman, Arizona.
Benjamin H. Hart, of Hackberry, Arizona,
J. K. P. Fancher, of Kingman, Arizona.
Ilirum B. Imus, of Hackberry, Arizona.
John Ii. Irvin, Register.
July 20-Aug. 17, 1918-up.
STATE Or ARIZONA, OTFICE OF THE
ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMIS
SION. t'nited States of America.
Suite of AiUona ss.
The Auzona Corpoiatlon Commission
dots heieby certilv that the annexed its
a true anil compute tr.inscilpt of the
ARTIC1ES Or ISfCORI'ORATION
TUB HUDSPETH DHEEP COMPANY
win. h was filtil in the office of said Arl-
-una Cuiioiation Comiiil'-ion mi itlie
M)i t.i, of July, A D 1 )!!, ,'t 1001)
jiloU, .1 m, as provided bv l.iv.
l. 'it STIMONi. WHLll'.Ofc', The
Viizona Coiporation Commission, b its
( hail man, 1ms hereunto tet its hand and
,?..,., i itu nrfininl .i-.M ii inn jit tin.
Cil of rhooniv the Capitol, this loth
da ct July. A. r 1M'
ALIZON V L UHl OHA'l ION
F A JONES, Chairman
(SEAL, Aiizuiia Coipoiation
Coinml -.fclon, 1 hoeni )
hAM W PROCTOR,
State of Arizona,
.doiave Count ss.
THIS 13 TO CERTIFY that at a tptt
4nl ntifHnu1 rf tlio fitrwtflinlrt or i nf 'i'Tl 1 .
HU1S1'V i H bHLi:P COMPAN Y. held on
tho in day of Jul, l'Jls, at bich, meet
nii; all of the is, ued and outstanding
toch of said coiporatioa was rcprtsuit- ,t acull(. by puremi e. dcMse oi otheiwis
cd. ,t v uuanlinousl otecl l)y all oi .i i., .,.,.! ,,i mil .loional e ato ot am
tho i.sued and ouUUni'n.', stock that
Aiuelo VII of the Aitielo- of li col poi
luiou of THE HUDSi'UTil SHJi
OOillANY be ann-iukd to road as lol
lowi ' llio affuiis of tins coipoi ilion ohall
be conducted and niiiii,nl hj n 'ol I
of Dlu-ctoi' of no le s in. n tin-.-niuio
nan sten mtmbc s, eat i ot whom
shall be a Mochiioldi'i fioni whic'i Ho nil
ot Dnectors time diall be elected a
pi- if -lit, ice-pn.s,Ident, secret o and
titnsiirci, and t,ucli oth'i otfic-is and
i. i ,,. l
V,wi ?,, iV
assistants i may tio piovid
tno u -law . 'ine secretary
urer may bo oiw and the same person
Diuctois shall be elected at the annual
meeting of tlio stockholder "
TIIOS J. HUDSPETH.
President, The Hudspeth .Sheep
C. II. LEONARD,
Stato of Arizona,
Yaapal Count ss.
On this 10th day of July, 191S? pcr
somllj appeared befoie me T. J. Huds
peth, to me Known as tho president of
The Hudspeth Sheep Company, and C.
31. Leonatd, to me Known to bo the as
sistant secretary of said company, and
each of them respecthely acknowledg
ed that ho executed tho foregoing cei
tlficato as tho president and assistant
secretary of said corporation.
J. A. PITTS.
(Notarial Seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires Feb. 11, 1922.
Tiled in tho office of the ARIZONA
COr.I'ORATION COMMISION this 15th
day of July, A. D 191!, at 10 00 A. M
at tequest of CHAS. E LEWIS, whose
post office address is KINGMAN, ARI
ZONA. ARIZONA CORPORATION
By F. A. JONES, Chairman.
Filed and lecorded at Request of
Chas L. Levis, July 17th, A. D, 191S, at
30 minutes past 9 o'clock A. M. in Book
"1" of Incorporation Records, Pages
239-260 Records of Mediate County, Ari
zona. I. M. BARTHOLOMEW.
By MARY CARROW,
Tirst Insertion July 26.
Last insertion August 30.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Alvin B. Daniels, deceased. No
tice is heieby ghen by the undeisigned, Al
len E. Ware, Administrator of the estate of
Alvin B. Daniels deceased, to the creditors
of and all persons having claims against the
said deceased, to exhibit them, with the nec
'essary oucheis, within four months after
the first publication of this notice to the
1 said Administrator at his office In Kingman,
Mohave County, Arizona, the same being the
'place for the tiansaction of the business of
, said estite, in said County of Mohive.
ALLEN E. WARE
Administrator Estate of Alvin B. Daniels,
Dated Kingman, Arizona, this 5th day of.
Hrst Insertion Aug. 10. Last Aug 31. 4tup
NOTICE OF NON-LIABIIITY
rOB LABOR OB MATEBIAI.3 FUR
NISHED ' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all
persons that the undersigned, A. C. Lake,
Is tho owner of that certain mine or
mining claim, hereinafter described, with
all Improvements thereon. That said
I mino is now In possession of and Is be
ing worked and operated by A. O. Good
will, pursuant to an agreement with op
tion to purchase, made and executed by
I the undersigned in favor of said A. G
Goodwill, dated November 13th, 1917:
said agreement and option to be In
force up to and Including the 12th day
of November, 1918.
i The undersigned Is not working or
operating said mine or mlnlncr claim.
or any part thereof, and does not Intend
to work or operate said mine or mining
claim, or any part thereof, or purchase
any supplies or materials therefor, dur
lng the life of said agreement and op
tion with said A. G. Goodwill.
The name of said mine or mining claim
is the FOUNTAIN HEAD patented mine
situate in Wallapal mining district, ii
Mohavo County, State of Arizona, patent
from tho United States for which Is of
record In the office of the Recorder of
Mohave County, State of Arizona, in
Book 16 of Deeds, Page 524, to which
reference is hereby mado for a more par
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said A.
C. Lake has hereunto set his hand this
twenty-second day of November, 1917.
A. C. LAKE.
MINE WARNING NOTICE.
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that the Emerson.
Emerson Fraction. Hambltn. Arasta, 97, and
the Hobson lode mining claims, situated In
Walhipal mining district, near the town of
Chloride. Mohave County, Arizona, together
with the appurtenances thereunto belonging,
are under lease and bond to parties working
the same, and that neither the mines nor th
machinery and building thereon, nor the owner
thereof, will be responsible for any labor or
debt contracted, nor injuries sustained by anv
employer or employe In working eald proper
ties; and that no employer or employe is thi
agent of the owner for any purpose, end that
all operatives engage In such service at their
own risk, and that no debt or claim of debt
is valid against Bald mining property or its
MINE WARNING NOTICE
TO WHOM IT" MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the George
Washington, Thermos, Noonday, Missing
Link, Bill Taft and Cornish Boy
mining claims, situated in the Wal-
lapni Mining District, Mohave County, Ari
zona, are under lease and bond to W. G. Page
who is working the same, and that neither the
mines nor tho owner thereof will be respon
sible for any labor or debt contracted, nor
Injuries sustained by any employer or em
ploye in working said property: nnd that no
employer or employe Is the agent of the own
ers for any purpose, and that all operatives
engage in such service at their own risk, and
that no debt or claim or debt Is valid against
said mining claim or their owners.
Dated Mineral Park, Arizona, July 18, 1918.
First Insertion, July 20, 1918.
ARTICLES Or INCORPORATION OF TUB
AMERICAN RAILWAY EXPRESS CO.
Ilrst: The name of th:3 Corpoiatlon shall
Iio the AMERICAN RAILWAY , EXPRLSj
Secunil: It3 puncipai office 01 place of
buiinesin the State of Deliwaie shall be
lot ucd in, the city of Dovei, County of Kent,
and u icsin in uent h ill be tue bNULD
STATEc! CORPORATION COMPANY, whose
rill s j!l wiu h til e buctt, in sail citj
Third The nature of tho business and t le
objectb ind puiposi-S piepoed to be tiaisacl
tu i i iv. I ml cauitd un, aie as folio o.
To tni-age In ai.d can on in the State of
DlIi ait. and in and between any and ill ol
tut stales, Itmtouts md possi-,., oiu of th..
I Umua S i'ei and tho Di tnct ol Columbia,
and in .uljatcnt tort n tuniiic. the bu i-
I ness of c.i.iving and tiaiispoiting aad lo -
iwai ding by , iilioidj, steaniboatb, ships, carau,
stu:c3 and othc. . leans ot ti.insportan,
I goods vvaie . morchanar-e, money, bills, noits,
bu'l lii. packcej. n.irtcis and movable valua
hlt-i 01 Any description, ovci and upon such
I un and ion es as u . iny uom time to unio
q .uLlls i, and in ind btUiecn tut points, p'accs
or stations at v hieh it may from time to tin
I eslabUs i and continue agcnci-i , and tho ad
1 5i D , ,t 10 1 i.tioby invci ed with the povv-
i ers nccessaiy and pioper tci said pai aosc, a
ij ii. ii ,i ci i.iiidcnt and apinoprinlt
to oxpiess cairni-, and especially with lull
puv t to give sum Lcuiicy in the naluic ot
la L.cii'-ral tin l poi ni on bond a i,idj be m-
I uiiwd iV i-po 1 1 oi the bill ej htile, an i
tho ret'ulations passed In relation thereto foi
lu( ti.n Lioil i l vid aehuy ot duli'ala
mcic.i im e and o.ner propeit in boi.d, 110 i
to pan ii tuo united otntcs or miou u
1 3 taa Dunns of injt.nmty wu 1 o
l... ..., . ,,.,. ,t, ,,,mnt nnd cmn'ovj.
,,,, , thn .,, ,,.,. m.ctssaiy and nioiiui fv.
le pui.io o in ul.io.i it lo incoipuiateu, anl
to feel1, n.oitao oi otheiwifae dispose oi tut
lo borrow, when ntcessaiy foi the iuii 2
of its buiLiCs., money, it i or wthou i l.de
ot oi r.ioi i..i i- on all oi Kny oi lU p.-o.ie c,
ic 1 oi k oOi.al, a, stcriuy.
'io UK", io U and depose ot any moitjjiuc
on renl oi i i-jtnal cd'uic, and to ujue bond-i,
debemuiCb or oiiht'ations of tho coiiiora.ion
fiom tune to time loi any ot tne object., oi
(purposes, of tho couioi.itio i.
I 'fo l'ie one oi moic otiic
o Ci ltg oltlaLloll
ico., to cur on
. i ,.i
any oi iVi ot its oitiaiiuii'i ui uumuwi hum
will out lestnttio'i o"i hunts as lo mnou it tu
puicin c oi u.'um e .icnaue, lo hold own
lo moitgagc, sell, comej, oi ot'ieiwise d tpo e
of ier.l anl p-i.ian.il liopcrtj ot t tiy las.
ind dtscnptiou in anv of tho states, teriitoncs
diotncU, colome-i oi possessions of the Ur.'ttd
ot.ites a'nd in adjacent foitign countries, s,ub
ject to fie lav s of buch stale, distuct, tem-
tory. cjiony, possession or counir.
i,. nntpi into. mike, neifoim. and carry out
contiact3 oi eveiy kli d lor any lawful pur
pose without limit as to amount with any pei
son. turn, association or coiporatiou ; nnd to
act as ngtnt foi any pertoii, film, association
oi coipoiation lor any lawful puipose; and to
do a i.eneial collect on business.
The loicomg clauses snau o tuuanuu
both as objects and powers, and it is heieby
expressly piovided that the foregoing enumer
ation of specific powers shall not be held to
limit or lCbtrict In any manner we in
of this coipoiation.
In geneial. to nave ana to evu " .
powers conferred by tho laws of Delaware
upon coipoiations formed under the laws ot
said state. , . .
TV. imrnhasu;. hold and reissue any of the
shaits of its capital stock.
Fourth: The total aumouzea caim
of this corporation is Forty Million Dolars
ti.. Mnri.nfitil shales, of par value of
One Hrndrtd Dollars (5100) each.
The amount ot capital stocn wiui vvuitu ...
i - --. Uni-inniia la 'I mi TV-
coiporauon win raoiic" uuoi..t ... - ,
thiee Million Dollars (533,000,000).
Tho inmcs and places of residence of each
of the subscriber to tho capital stock are as
follows: .. .. . , ..,. . M,
William W. liarrett, zi. "est oum .
YnLSey cf Tlylor. 328 Cliff Ave., Pclham
Heights, N. Y. nn.
Uurna u. taiowen, oi limn o..., ..-..-.
N. J . ... t i,
The existence oi ims curijuiunu.. . . -
ihe private pioperty of tho stockholders
shall not be subject to the payment of corpor
ate debts to any extent whatever.
The Dlrectois snau navu ijuhc .-
, -1 .. nmonrl hp Bv-laWS V tO 11X
tho junount to be reserved as working capital,
. -.t --.l ..ii.. tn bo executed.
ana to auiuorize iuu "TV ,. ii 7 l tA
mortgages and liens without limit as to
amount, upon the property and franchises of
this Corporation. , 1...,. .... .... ,,
The Bv-Iaws snau determine !.,... -to
what extent the accounts and books of this
I-,,,, ..tinn mthpr than the stock ledger), or
any of them, shall be open to the inspection
of the stockholders: and no stockholder shall
have any right ot inspecting uuj ''""" -;
book, or document of this Corporation, except
na (.nnforred bv law or the By-laws, or by res
olution of the stockholders.
The stockholders ana aireciors ii .....
powei to hold their meetings nnd keep the
bocks, documents and papers of the corpora
tion outside of the State of Delaware, at such
..!-..., D .o., fm ttmp tn time be designated
by the B-laws or by resolution of the stock
holders or uirectors.
Thi Directors shall have power, by a leso
lution passed by a majority vote of the whole
Board, under suitable provision of the By
law, to designate two or more of their num
bev to constitute an Executive Committee,
vvnich committee shall, for the time being, aJ
provided in said resolution or in the By-laws,
have and exercise any or all the powers of
the Board of Diiectors which may be lawfully
.!i,. ,i,l in lm management of the business
and affairs of the corporation and shall have
power to authorize tne seal oi tne sum vaji
Doiatwr to be affixed to all papers which may
lcqulre it. ,. i, ... .
Tuts uorporation reserves mu us.".. -amtnd,
alter, change, or repeal any provision
contained m this Certificate of Incorporation,
t t, .v.-..... iimn np hprpiiftor nrescribed by
111 III.. IIIUIWIW ..v.. . -- -- .,,
the statutes of the State of Delaware, and all
rights conteired on otncers, uirtciois, siui...
holders herein nie granted subject to this res-
We, tho undersigned, for the purpose of
formln a Corporation, under the laws of the
Stato of 1 tlavvare, do make, file and record
this Certificate, nnd do certify that the facts
heicin blnted are true; and we have according
ly hereunto set our respective hands and seals.
Dated at JNevv ioik uunu um, i.
WILLIAM M. BARRETT (Seal)
GEORGE C. TAYLOR (Seal)
BURNS D. CALDWELL (Seal)
In the presence of
1 P. SMALL.
" T. B. HARRISON.
! tate oi New York. County of New York, ss.
Bo it remembered, that on this 20th day of
June. 1918, A. D., personally appearel before
ire, tho subscriber, a Notary Fublicj for the
btate rf New York, William M. Barrett,
George C. Taylor, and Bums D. Caldwell,
parties to the foregoing Certificate of In
corpoiation, krtown to me personally to be
such and severally acknowledged the said Cer
tificate of Incorporation to be their act and
deed, and that the facts therein stated are
tiuly set forth.
Given under my hand and seal of office the
day and far aforesaid.
OOOOOOOOOO C. S. CABLE.
O O Notary Public.
O C. S. Cable O C. S. Cable, Notary
O O Public, New York
O Notary Public O County
O O New York County
O New ork County O No. 306
O O New York County
OOOOOOOOOO Register's No. 10245
Fust in'eitior Aug. 3-18: last. Sept. 7-18-up.
APPLICATION FOR U. S. PATENT
Survey No. 3151 Serial No. 04002G
United States Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona,
July 23. 1918.
Notice i3 hereby given that James Franklin
Kent and Samuel E. Yount, by Anson H.
Smith, their attornev-in-fact, whose post of
fice address is Kingman, Arizona, have made
application for patent to the SKYSCRAPER
Lode, Survey No. 3451, situate in Wallapal
Mining District, County of Mohave, State of
Arizona, in Section 32, T. 22 N., R. 17 W.,
unapproved survey, described as follows:
Beginning nt Car. No. 1, whence northeast
corner of Section 5, T. 22 N., R. 17 W.,
bears S. 26 degs. 10 mins. 20 sees. E. 944.17
ft. Thence S.i 50 degs. 37 mlns. W. 600 ft.
to Cor. No. 2. Thence N. 39 degs. 23 mins.
W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 3, whence Cor. No.
4, Survey No. 1900, Silver Monster Lode,
bears S. 77 degs. 10 mins. W. 140.45 ft.
Thence N. 50 degs. 37 mins. E. 600 ft. to
Cor. No. 4. Thencd S. 39 degs. 23 mins. E.
1500 ft. to Cor. No. 1 the place of begin
ning. Containing an area of 20.661 acres.
There are no adjoining claims as shown by
the survey thereof. The Iocation"notice Is re
corded in the mining records of Mohave Coun
ty in Book EE page 635.
J. L. IRVIN Register.
First Insertion 8-3-18 ; last 10-5-18-up.
NOTICE Or NON-LIABILITY FOR LABOR
OR MATERIAL FURNISHED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all pei
sons that tho undersigned, Sabbath Bell Con
solidated Mines Company, a corporation, tl c
owner of tho Sahbath Bell and the Hurrah
ruction mines or mining claim3 he.cinrftoi
described with all tho improven onts 11 cieon.
That said irine3 oi mining claims aro uoiv
or shortly will bo in the possession of and
vvoiked and operitcd by B. T. Hickman, of
L03 Angeles, California, pursuant to a lease
and option made and executed by tho undei
signed m favor of the s.i d B. T. Hickman,
ditsd Juno 13, 1018 , said option to be in
foico Jjiom tho lot i day of June, 1913, up to
and including tho 13th day of Dtcember, 1019.
'Hie undtnigned is not v orking o:1 operat
ing sa.d mines oi mii.ing t'lims, or any p..rt
tl.titof, and does not intend to v.ork or opo.-
ttit said mines or mining claims, oi any part
thereof, or to purchase supplies oi mitenals
thtre'or during tho life of said lease and op
t.on contact witn said B. T. Hickman ; and
tho undersigned will not be responsible for
any debt3 of the said B. T. Hickman operat
ing or vvoiking said mines or m amg claims
under said lease and option contract.
The names of said mines or mining claims
are: SabLath Boll nnd Huirah Fraction, all
s.tuitc, ljlng and being in Wallapal Minin,;
DLtiict in Mohavo County, in tho Stale of
rizo a. the location noticca of taid mines or
rniunj c'aim3 being duly lecordpd In the Min
u g Recoii'.a in the office of tho County Re-cordc.-
nf said Mohave Count, Stite of Aii
zona, as fellows:
S i! bah Bell mining clilm in boo'c "JJ" at
Ilariih Traction mining c'aim in book
'IT" .t page 102, to v. hlch books ard pages
roferenca is hereby mido foi a more particu
lar dcscuption of said mine3 or mining claims.
Subsculed by SABBATH BELL CONSOLI
DATED MINES COMPANY this 13th day of
SABBATH BELL CONSOLIDATED MINES
By EDWARD J. HOOVER,
Tirst insertion June 22, last Sept. 21, 1918-uo.
IN HIE SUPERIOR COURT OF MOHAVE
COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA.
Bertha Wol'.enfeld, Plaintiff, vs. Samuel
Action brought in the Superior Court of Mo
have County, State of Arizona, and the com
plaint filed in said County of Mohave, in the
office of the Clerk of said Superior Court.
In the name of the State of Arizona to
Samuel Wolkenfeld, Defendant, Greeting:
You are hereby summoned and required to
appear in an action brought against jou by
the above named plaintiff in the Superior
Court of Mohave County, State of Arizona,
and answer the complaint therein filed with
the Clerk of this said Court, at Kingman,
in said County, within twenty day3 after the
service upon yod of this summons, if served
in this said County, or in ail other casc3
within thirty days thereafter, the times above
mentioned being exclusive of the day of serv
ice, er judgment by default will bo taken
Given under my hand and seal of tho Su
perior Court of Mohave County, State of Ari
zona, this 5th day of July, 1918.
(Seal) L. M. TEALE,
Clerk of said Superior Court.
By PHILIP A. SMITH,
Tirst Insertion July 6, last Aug. 10-18-up.
MINE WARNING NOTICE
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that the Schuylkill
mine as recorded in book 4 of deeds, at page
65.', et seq., and the Schuylkill mill site as
recorded in book 12 of deeds, at page 752 et
seq. ; the Schenectady mining claim as re
corded in book 4 of deeds at page 647 et seq.,
and the Silver Hill group of mining claims,
consisting of the Sonoma, Valley View and
Silver Bell mining claims, and the Silver Bell
mill site claim, as recorded In book 14 of
deeds, at pages 263 to 268, inclusive, records
of Mohave County, Arizona, to which records
reference is hereby made for a more complete
description of said property, are being worked
under lease nnd option, and that neither the
said mines, mining claims or mill site or
buildings, machinery, implements, fixtures or
improvements made or to be made thereon or
therein, or any property of the Southwestern
Mining and Reduction company, or the stock
holders thereof, will be liable or responsible
for any labor, material or debt contracted or
injuries sustained by any employer or employe
in working or improving said properties: and
that no employer or employe is the agent of
the owner for any purpose, and that all oper
atives engage in such services at their own
risk, and that no debt or claim of debt Is
valid against said mines, mining claims or
propeity or the owners thereof.
THE SOUTHWESTERN MINING & RE
Bj( GEO. W. THEISS, Sec'y.
Witness : i
FRED W. THEISS. I
First insertion June 29, 1916.
Application No. 039946
NOTICE OF APPLICATION Or
ARIZONA WESTERN MINES COMPANY
A Corporation, for a United States Patent to
the Rambler Lode Claim.
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Of
fice. Phoenix, Arizona, July 15, 1918.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN) that ARI
ZONA WESTERN MINES COMPANY, a cor
poration organized and existing under the law s
of thp State of Arizona, whose Dostoffice ad
dress is No .33 Fremont Street, San Francisco,
California, is about to make application to the
United States for a patent for the RAMBLER
LODE CLAIM, situated partly in Section 2.
Township 23 North, Range 18 West, G. & S.
R. B. & M., and partly in Section 35, Township
24 North, Range 18 West. G. & S.
R. B. & M in tho Wallapal Mining District,
in the County of Mohave, in tho State of An
zonn, more fully described as to metes and
bound3 by the Official Plat herewith posted
and by the Field Notes of the survey thereof,
being Mineral Survey No. 3444, Arizona Land
District, and described as follows:
Beginning at Corner No. 1 at the Southwest
corner of the claim, a post 4 in. by 4 in. by 4
ft. long set in a mound of stone marked "S.
W. Cor. No. 1," from which the cornSf com
mon to Sections 2, 3, 34 and 33, Townships 23
and 24 North, Ringe 18 West, G. 8. S. R. B. &
M , bears North 84 degs. 29 mins. 30 sees.
West 2563.75 feet, and tho quarter corner be
tween Section 2, Township 23 North, Range 18
West, and Section 35, Township 24 North,
Range 18 West, bears North 21 degs. 20 mlns.
Last 252.68 feet: thence North 33 degs. 48
mlns. East 211.8 feet to a post 4 in. by 4 in.
by 4 ft. long set in a mound of stone marked
"W. E. C."; thence North 33 degs. 48 mins.
East 300 feet to Corner No. 2, to post 4 in.
by 4 in. by 4 ft. long set in a mound of stone
marked "N. W. Cor. No. 2": thence South
56 degs. 12 mills. East 1500 feet to Corner No.
3, to post 4 in. by 4 in. by 4 ft. long set in
a mound of stone marked N. E. Cor. No. 3" :
thence South 33 degs. 48 mins. West 300 feet
to a post 4 in. by 4 in. by 4 ft. long set in
a mound of stone maiked "E. E. C." ; thence
South 33 degs. 48 mins. West 249.1 feet to
Corner No. 4 to a post 4 in. by 4 in. by 4 ft.
long set in a mound of stone marked "S. E.
Cor. No. 4" ; thence North 54 degs. 46 mlns. 30
sees. West 1500 feet to Corner No. 1, tho place
Said mining claim hereby sought to be ob
tained is bounded on the South and West by
the New Jersey Lode Claim, which in part
conflicts with the Ramb'er Lode, as shown in
tho Official Tield Notes and Plat, and is
bounded on all other sides by vacant and un
occupied land, the said claim being designated
as Mincial Survey No. 3444.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
mining ground, vein, lode, premises, or any
portion thereof, so described, surveyed, platted
and applied for, are hereby notified that un
less their adverse claims be duly filed accord
ing to law and the regulations thereunder
within the time prescribed by law with the
Register of the United States Land Office at
Phoenix, In the County of Maricopa, State of
Arizona, they will be barred by virtue of the
provisions of said statute.
J. L. IRVIN, Register.
July 27 Sept. 26, 1918-up.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
INTERNATIONAL TIBER AND CORDAGE
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS ,
Trat v e, Ue undtrsigned sub cribcrs. to-v.it
WILLIAM II. HEADY
lxitn of whom aic citizens of the United !
states oi America, Having RSoOciaceu ourselves
for the puipo.ie ot fouiint? n coipoiet on un
der the laws of Arizona, hereby execute, sign
and acknowledge tbese Articles of Incoipoia
llic nare t the Coiporation shall be I1 e
INTERNATIONAL I1BER AND CORDAGb
COMPANY, and its pi.ncipal place ot busi
ness in Aitzona shall be Yucca. The printi
pal place of ousinc3 outside of Arizona slia I
be Los Augelc3, California, but other oj1.cc
may be e aiuh htd and m untaired with n o
ouside of Auzona, a., such places aj lie
Board of Iuectoi3 may deoig,iae in the Lull
ed States v ii e ii ectin ', of the Jocvhdfii
and Directors i tay be hold ai.d any and all
corporate business transacted.
the ba3ine s of I1 13 Coijioratlon "may Le
cnriiud on in all part of said Sta'c of An
ona, and in any ind all piio ot tie Um ed
Sti.tes 111 an ind a I u ei.ii tonti.es, as
lr ly bu deemei btst bv .he members of t is
corporation, f 1 1 the purpose of canning out
the objects and purposes for vvhlca t-is Cor
poration is crcatr 1.
fl.e object and puipoti ad gcnei ii na ire
of the bu in3s to be transacted and cariied
on, and foi v inch this Corporation is created
and oiuRiied, ie as follows, to-wit:
lo 1 ir', pini .. ite, iaipp, cultivate and
f io ill kinds of iilier beating plants, wlieth
er they be indigenous to the se e'al locihtic
in winch they .11 e found tl 4t Key have hen
tiansjilanted tiom foreign countries; anl to
.io id. 1 tins anl 1 tH oils whether mec an
iccl or c e ic 1 .ui ) ixduciiv these liters
tvom such pUnl3 and to n. ve tl,o iuK to
manafactuie ali ind every kird of such libers
as pioduced. into mercra'i'urle articles ol
commeice such as coidagc lopt, binding
twine, ! at ard Lpj-gin.r, rugs and matt if,
hits md v-cuimr apparel of all kinds. Also
to inal e a'l kinds of tii protectory suipoon'a
pliii -, 1 iivi pulp and papei, in fact all a.
ticlps of commerce iiosg'blc to be nianuactui ed
fit in titrs aid p'ants now found in V c State
ol Auzona or elsewheie .
'I'o p.ovide tho pio.itr machinery for utll-
um- tho by-prcdicts to be made Irom the
pulp of the fiber plants and to convert the
same into artic'es of commeice, and in fact
all thoce plants, tiee3 or shrubs as may be
found in Auzona 01 tlsewhere that can be
utili7ed in the production of alcohol, gun,
saponin, rubber, pot?sh, etc.
To do a geneial land, farming, tovvnsite.
cattle lalsmg, mining, horticultuie, dairying,
mercantile, and manufactuung business, and
to deal in the products of the earth.
To purchase, deal in, elect, install and op
erate all necessaiy buildings, machinery and
appliances in connection therewith, for pro
ducing, storing, pieparing, conveying and
marketing, any and all food products. Build
and operate slaughtei houses, canneries for
canning meats, vegetables, fruifs an dberries.
To acquire lands by purchase, bond, lease
or otherwise, to own, hold, improve, cultivate,
niortgage or otherwise encumber, to roll, bond
lease or otherwise dicpose of the same.
To acquire by lease, purchase or otherwise,
and to operate, develop, conserve, distribute
for Irrigation wnter and water rights for pow
er, water for live stock, domestic and agricul
tural use, for mining and all other pui poses.
Easements of way, appliances foit the convey
ance of, storing, using, raising, buying, sell
ing and dealing in lands, cattle, and domes
tic animals, horticulture and dairying prod
ucts of the earth ,of all kinds. To build stor
age reservoirs, pipe lines for conserving and
To acquire, lease or construct telegraph or
telephone lines, and any and all appliances
and methods useful or needed in connection
theievvith for hire or toll.
To erect, maintain and operate power
plants of steam, water or other description
for the generation, use and transmission of
electrical or other power for hire or toll and
distribution, for any and all useful purposes.
To borrow money by hypothecating or In
any wise incumbering the corporation prop
erty, within, the limits hereinafter named as
security for tho, payment theieof. To make,
execute and deliver bonds, debentures, prom
issory notes, mortgages and other evidences
of indebtedness for and on behalf of this
Corporation, for the xiurpose of acquiring and
borrowing money to carry out the objects and
purposes for which this Corporation is formed.
To buy and sell the Capital stock of this
and othei corporations. To act as Agent, Trus
tee and Broker, or in any other fiduciary
To do a general building, contracting, ware
housing and slaughtering business.
To own, handle and control letters patent
ard inventions, and to vote any shares of
stock in otrer Corproations owned by it, the
same ns n natural person might do. And in
general, to do and perform such acts and
transactions, and all business in connection
with the foregoing objects, not inconsistent
with the law. In any part of the world, as
the Board of Directors may deem of advan
tage to this Corporation.
The amount of the total authorized ap
ital Stock of the Corporation Is One Hundred
Thousand (5100,000.00) Dollars; the number
of shaie3 into which the same is divided is
One Hundred Thousand (100,000), and the
par value of each share is One (51.00) Dollar.
All or any portion of the Capital Stock may
be issued in payment for real or personal
property services, or an.1 other right or thing
of value necessary for, or incidental to the
advancement of this Corporation, and when so
issued shall become fully paid the same as
though palif for In cash at par, nnd the Di
rectors shall be the sole judges of the value
of any preperty, interest, franchise, right or
thing acquired or transferred to.thi3 Corpora
tion in exchange for, or in purchase of its
Capital Stock. No shares of Capital Stock
shall be issued until fullv paid for in the
manner and forms and at the price prescribed
by the Board of Directors, and thereafter
shall be non-assessable.
The commencement of this Corporation
shall be on the day these' articles nie filed,
in accordance with the law, and which shall
endure for tha term of twenty-five sears
theieaftei, with the privilege of perpetual
succession as provided by statute.
Tho affairs of this Corporation shall be
conducted by a Board of Directors and sucli
Officers, and executive and auditing or other
Committees, as the said Diiectors may elect
Tha number of Directors shall lie fixed by
the By-laws and they shall be elected from
amonfr the stockholdeis of recoid, at their
annual meeting to be held on tl e third Wed
nesday of January of each year, at two
o'clock in the afternoon. Until the first an
nual meeting of the stockholders, anl until
their successors have been elected and qual
ified, the following named persons shall be
Directois: Newton Evans and William H.
The Directors shall have the power to adopt,
amend and rescind the By-laws, to fill the
vacancies occuning in the Boaid from any
cause, and to appoint from their own num
ber an Executive Committee, and vest such
committee with all the powers, expressed or
implied, granted to the Directors by these
The highest amount of indebtedness, direct
or contingent to which this Corporation may
at any time subject itself Is Twenty-five
Thousmd ($25,000.00) Dollars, which total
Indebtedness may be divided and incurred as
follow s, to-vvit :
I irst mortgage, interest beaiing bonds, up
on the real, peisonnl and mixed property of
this Corporation may be executed, Issued and
disposed of by the Board of Directors to the
maximum amount of Twenty-five Thousand
($25,000.00) Dollars, for the use and benefit
of this Corporation, said bonds to take prec
edence over the stock of the company.
The life of the said bonds, or the term of
the lien, obligation or mortgage created, made
or incurred, thereby shall not exceed the term
of twenty-five (25) years from nnd after
the date of execution thereof. The Board of
Directors may establish and maintain a sink
ing fund from and out of the revenue of
this Corporation for the payment of the piin
cipai, and the interest, at cuirent rates, of
and upon the said bonds, nnd may sell, hy
pothecate, or otherwise dispose of the total
amount, or issue, of the said bonds or any
pait thereof, as may De in their discretion,
necessary or advantageous to this Corporation.
The private property of the Stockholders
of this Corporation shall be forever exempt
from its debts or obligations.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we hereunto
set our hand? and seals this 2nd day of
NEWTON EVANS, (Seal)
WILLIAM II. HEADY, (Seal)
STATE OF ARUONA,
COUNTY OT MARICOPA
On this 2nJ day of August, 1918, before
me, R. M. Tuckey, a No ,y Pii , ic 11 nnd
foi said Count,, petsonahy aptwaiea t ton
Evans and William II. He -dy known to me
to lo tho persoiTs who3p names t e -ub-senbed
ti the foregoing iutrror.ent . ntl ac
knowledged that they executed the same
VtiTNLSS my hand and Off cial .-c '
(eal) 11. M. ILCivY
Nu'ary Pu'jllc in and for the Ccun of
Maucopa, Sta e of Arizona.
My Coinrri .on expires March 8, 1920.
first Puuhcation Aa?. 10. T918.
Last Publication Sept. 14, 1918.
olAlr OF ARIZONA, OFFICE OF THfc. ARI
ZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION.
Unit-' Sii.tes of Amciica, Sta e of An..ma, S3.
'lhe Arizona Corporation Commission does
hertLy cert 1, that U10 anntxui is u tiu aid
complete tiaiiscnpt oi the amendment o Ar
ticles 01 lncoiporation oi GOLD IRaiT ilL
INC C iiAr-Y, which wete filed in the-office
of f lid Arizonr Corporation Commission
li ti.o loth da of July, A. D. lvlc, at 10
ciock u. n, ai i.rovidod by law.
in testimony wheicof. The Arizona Corpora
tion 1.0 1. 1 SMon, b .t, Chairman, h ., it.e
unto set us Hand aid atlixed its officitii ttul.
lone . ti.o City ol i iioeinx, the capital, Ui
ifct 1 day of July, .. 1j18.
ARIZONA CORPORA f I ON COllllIoslO'
, t'. A. JUiibo, Chan 1 -tl.
Altc t: bAM i. PUuiiOK. hecie -.y.
CERiiriCAlE OF AMLiiuMln.i Oi ilt'll
CLr.S OI' INCOUI ORATION O
GOLD IPAIL MINIM. COMP. 1
KNOV ALL A-EN BY TiiLSll PLi-o . . j. -, .
ilwit 1.. 1. 10 'idjuuiiied meeting ol itock ol -trs
of Gold Trail'Mlning Company, held ut
tne c ki. of the coirpany in Kingman, Coun
ty ot Mthavo, State of Arizona, on tn. 2nd
tlav ot July. Ulb ( md .ntx-ting hav ng been
an adjournment or a special meeting oi stock
holders 01 said corporation called by i solution
of the Board ol Dirccors 01 the comi-ny, due
1 ulice ol bald btiecial 1 icLin na. iig beta
gwen in tht manner prescribed by law and
ml by- i.v t of tht coiixnalion ai.d sam bpe
clal nttling of Et0cl.h0lt.er3 having voted to
adjourn said 1neen.1t to the laid dy of July.
191.--, bj ai. atfirnative vote of the majority
of the i&utd and outstanaing slock of the cor
poration) ire Artic'es of Incorporation of Gold
Trail Mimna Company, h, an affirmative vote
of the majority of the issued and outstanding
s.ock of thA company, weie amended so that
Artltle IV and ARTICLE VIII thereof read
respectively as follows:
The amount of the capital stock of this
coiporation shall be $150,000, divided into 1,
500.000 shaie3 of the par value of ten (10)
cents each. The capital stock shall be issued
as piovided by the Loaid of Directors and may
be isuea in exchdnge for money, property,
seivices or rights of any natuie whatever, and
the judfinent of the Board of. Directors as to
the value of such property, services and rights
shall bo conclusive.
The highest-amount ofv indebtedness or lia
bility, direct or contingent, to which this cor
poration may at ,any time subject itself shall
be tho sum of $100,000.00.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the said corpora
tion has caused ti is certificate to be executed
by its president, attested by its secretary and
its corporate seal to be affixel this 6th day
of July, 1918.
GOLD TRAIL MINING COMPANY
By D. A. M'MILLAN,
Attest. FREDERICK GROS, Secretary.
Slatt of California, County of Los Angeles, bs.
Before me, William J. Rankin, Notary Pub
lic in and for the State and County aforesaid,
on tills day peisonally appeared D. A. Mc
Millan, known to ni to be the president of
the Gold Trail Mining Company, to me known
to be the person whose name Is subscribed
to the foregoing instrument, and he acknowl
edges to me that he voluntarily executed the
same for and on behalf of said company, as
its frte tct and deed, and for the uses and
purposes theitin mentioned.
Given under my hand and seal of office,
this 6th da of July. 1918.
My commission will expire March 29, 1919.
(Notarial Seal) WILLIAM J. RANKIN.
Tiled in the office of the ARIZONA COR
POKATION COMMISSION this 15th day of
July. A. Di 1918, at 10 a. m. at request of
Fitdenck Gros, whose pest office address is
H. W. Hellman Bldg.. Los Angeles, Calif.
ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION
By F. A. JONES, Chairman.
Filed and recorded at request of D. A. Mc
Millan, July 25, A. D. 1918, at 1 o'clock p.
m. In Book 5 of Incorporations, pages 260-261,
Records of Mohave County, Arizona.
I. R. BARTHOLOMEW,
By MARY CARROW.
In the Superior Court of Mohave County
State of Arizona.
Tl.t Arizona Central Bank, a Corporation,
rialntiff, V3. James E. Brown and W. K. Rld
cnour as administrator of the estate of Chas
h". Rijenour, Deceased, Defendant.
Action brought in the Superior Court of Mo
have County, State of Arizona, and the com
plaint filed in the office of the Clerk of said
In the name of the state of Arizona, to
James E .Brown and W. K. Rldenour as ad
mlrlftrator of the estate of Chas. K. Rldenour,
deceased, defendant, greeting:
You ore hereby summoned nnd required to
appear 'n an action brought against you by
the love named plaintiff in the Superior
Court oi the County of Mohave, State of Ari
zona, and answer tba complaint therein filed
with the clerk of this court, at Kingman,
in said county, within twenty days afte? the
scrvite upon you of this summons. If served In
this baid county, or In all other cases within
thirty days thereafter, the times above men
tioned bflng exclusive of the day of service, or
judgment by default will be taken against
Given under my hand) and seal of the Su
perior Court of the State of Arizona, In and
for the County of Mohave, this 11th day of
(SEAL) (Signed) L. M. TEALE,
Clerk cf the Superior Court o fsald Mohave
Hy PHILIP A. SMITH, Deputy Clerk.
First Insertion July 13; last, Aug. 19-18-up.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
To Dr. F. W. Steddom:
You are hereby notified that I have
expended during the years 1915 and
1916 the sum of $400 00 In labor and
the additional sum cf $3.00 recording
the proof of labor certificate with the
County Recorder of Mohavo County,
Arizona, upon the Gold Bar, Astor. Lit
tle Wonder and Banner, Lode Mining
Claims, Situate in the Wallapal Min
ing District at Cerbat, Mohave County,
Arizona Location Notices whereof are
recorded In Book W page 267, Book W
page 496. Book W page 512, and Book
Q page 263, the records of Mines, Mo
havo County, Arizona, In older to hold
said milling claims under the provision
of Section 2324 revised U. S. statutes
and amendments thereto, approved Jan
uary 22, 1S90, concerning annual labor
upon mining claims. And if within r"
da s after this notice of publication,
fall or refuse to contribute our
tion as co-owner, together with the
of this advertisement, our lnteres
said mining claims will become
property of the subscriber, who 1
mado the required expenditure by .
terms of said section.
Dated, Kingman, Arizona, October
First publication May 31, 1918.