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DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS
No doubt Mother can find something to fit any case
THE MOHAIVE COUNTY MINER.AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1918. SATURDAY,' NOVEMBER 9, 1918
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BLUE LINE TRANSFER CO. All
kinds of hauling. House hold
,go&ds packed and'Btored. Second
hand goods of all kinds bought
and sold. -New quarters in
Band Boys theatre. Phone Blue
260. House phone Blue 205. Geo.
DRESSMAKING at your home or
mine. Phone Blue 202. Mrs. Cur
OF "LICKING" THE
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flanked him, and made a lush from a
dozen yards distance. Up went the
Huns left hand and he shouted "Kam
erad" but the other hand still pull
ed the trigger. Could you have taken
him prisoner? The Indians you fought
never did things as bad as these peo
ple. The devlish devices they leave
behind would put an Indian to shame.
Every conceivable contrivance in there
in his wake to catch the unwary.
Mines and bombs are planted and ex
ploded in the most cunning ways when
the advancing troops take possession.
Gas is freely made use of and in this
weapon he is an adept.
They sent gas over six hours
straight at the start of the battle I
mentioned. Of Course J only took a
very small part and saw very little so
have only a partial knowledge of an
operation that extended over a front
of 75 or. 80 miles and drove the en
emy back at some points nearly 25
Coming back to the .use of the gas;
They employ several inds of gas that
will kill almost instantly, but our
masks, if put on in lime, are a good
protection. Attimes.they.sendver a
gas that causes violent sneezing and
vomiting, following it up with the
deadly gas. The idea is that the first
will cause the prospective victim to
loose his mask ,and if he does, good
day for him.
I wont attempt to describe my own
feelings when nudex fire. I do know
this: If any man isn't scared he must
have something wrong, hut most of us
fortunately, can even then keep our
heads and go right on. One does get
used to this sort of thing to a certain
An old high explosive shell is a fear
ful weapon and can do a terrible am
out of damage, and the same is true
of an aerial bomb. These latter will
make a hole 10 feet deep .and 30 feet
across in the hard road, and the con
cussion is very heavy. One dugout,
for instance, wWound had been hit by
one of our six inch .shells. It passed
through the roof at an angle and ex
ploded in the ground at one side. There
were two occupants in it at ithe time
and the shell had taken the top off
one's head and shock had killed the
other. Both were sitting in their or
I think tne worst sensation of all is
to have an enemy plane, loaded with
deadly pills, hover over you, trying to
locate the right spot befoie letting
them go. They did that to us and
also gave us a dose of machine gun
biillcts, but so far we have had re
markable luck, having few casualties.
One boy from Bibbee, Ariz., was
wounded seriously by a shell splinter
but so far he is the only one from Ari
I was on a detail of six men, who i
weie in the Tiench fiont constituting
an obeivation post, in a very exposed j
place. We w ere on one side of the ,
canyon and they on the other, their
.r ii nKminrv lie? 11 111 vnlf wll.lTIA '
UtlO Ulllllll UO UJ 111 (j imv u.j-j
but we completed our 40 feet of undei
ground constiuction work and timbei
eied it up close in three days. We
ran a tunnel fiom the shelter of a sun
ken road and raised to the surface,
' camafoucintr the opening with sod laid
over iion plates. Of course about
everything is done at night. You can i
look out across the close ,up regions
during the daytime and scaicely see a
living thing but at night the roads are
alive with hundreds of truck wagons,
soldiers, and transports of all kinds.
Not a spark of light dares to be shown
and I often marvel how such an en
ormous traffic can be maintained un
der such conditions, but it is and goes
on without a hitch.
We have been taken away fiom the
part of the front I speak about and
transfeired to another part, after two
months of it. Am now billeted quite ,
a ways back (15 miles) and near ai
pen where the prisoners from our lastl
FOR RENT 3-room, house modern
furnished garage chicken yard.
Nea; Standard Oil. RenU 415.00.
FOR RENT Adobe house, corner
3rd 'and Maple streets. Inquire of I.
N. Hart. Blue 193.
MOUNTAIN GROWN POTATOES
For Sale. Any Amount. $250 per
hundred. Postmaster, Parks, Ariz.
victory aie being quartered.'-
They are a motley crew and not the
men we found in our first drive.
Many Austrians aie here and all,
excepting the officers, are glad to be
out of it. They say the Americans
aie devils and do not fight according
to ethics of the game. The French
here are neaily wild with joy an J
can't undei stand how it was done. One
officer said they had" lost 40,000- men
and could not dent this line. Our
losses I am told are exceptionally
light. We expect to go up soon
again and do our bit.
Theie is only one company here now
and I don't known where the others
aie as we have been separated over
AH the Chloride boys I have seen
aie doing well and feeling fine.
L. V. Carothers,
Co. C. 27th Engineers,
P. S. Next letter of mine will be
from Germany as we will carry this
old war into the enemys' territory.
IS IN DEMAND
"There has been considerable curios.
ity in the minds of many why war has j
cecaecu tuui - ucmauu iurpisunum.
omthe part of the' government," says
the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.
"Those who have tried to supply the
answer to the query out of their own
minds, and without taking tne trouble
to .,. tv i,.t: !..,. .
haps concluded that this precious me-'
tal is used in the makinof some at
the endless number of shells or instru-
ments of warfare. - That is not the :
case. It is not included in the com
position of the guns nor the shells they
fire nor the structure of airplanes.
But it is used, and it is essential, in
the making of suphurk acid, and sul
phuric acid is of vital importance in
the making of high explosives. Sul
phuric acid, in addition to being such
a factor in increasing casualty lists, is
of great importance in textile work,
the making of dyes, and is envployed
in medicine. The way that .platinum
is linked up with this sulphuric acid
may be explained briefly as follows.
Sulphuric acid is made from air, wat
er and the fumes from burning sul
phur. But when brought together
they will not unite without provoca
tion, as the chemists phrase it PJat
lum furnishes a sufficient amount of
this provocation. The mere presence
of a trace of it causes the oxygen,
water and sulphuric dioxide to join
hands chemically; then the king of
chemicals is born."
The following letter was written by
w.uU..uu " "io uvwv, n.v.
ginning 01 me Aigonne cinve:
"Dear Mother: We aie going 111 to
battle the IJoches tonight. It is our I
iifbt time 111, as you hno, &o of couise '
I am thinking of vou mou or less. 1
But don't foiget, Mothci, mv thoughts
aie of you. f I. N. HART
"I am taking advantage of a fewlCountv Tieasuiei and Tax Collector
houis' rest and wnting to you, as I Fir:t ,nserti0n Sept. 14.
know you aie alwa;,s wanting to hear z
from me. But clont jou woiry one
bit, Mother dear. If the Boches e-Pt
C. W. HERNDON
Kingman Transfer Co.
C. B. Cassetty, Prop.
Hauling and Storage
We are prepared to haul, move or
slide anything to any place at any
Phone Blue 111
me I will get ten of them while they
are about it.
"This will be all until next time.
The "next time" never came for
Bennie. When the burial squad found
this letter in his shirt pocket he was"
lying with his face toward Germany,
his right front finger pressing the
trigger of his rifle. A few yards in
front of him was a German machine
gun nest. There were nine dead
Germans in the pit.
MINE WABNING NOTICE
TO WHOM IT HAY CONCEBNl
Notice it hereby given that the Six Prong
No. 1, Six Prone Mo. 2. Gopher and Bing min
ing claims, altuat (n the Maynard Mining
District of Mohave County, State of Ariiona.
are under lease and bond to parties working
name, and that neither the mine nor the own
ers thereof will be responsible for any labor
or debt contracted, nor Injuries sustained by
.my employer or employe In working said
property ; and that no employer or employe
is the agent of the owners for any purpose,
and that all the operatives engage in such
service at their own risk, and that no debt
or claim of debt Is valid against said mining
property or its owners.
Dated February 23. 1918.
First Insertion March 2. 1918-2m-nd.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
Notice is hereby given that the tax
loll for the year 1918 is now in my
possession, for the collection of taxes
Taxes are payable at the office of
the County Tieasurer and Tax Col
lector, located in the Court House, in
Kingman, Ariz., between the hours of
9 o'clock a. m. and 5 o'clock p. m.
One-half of the taxes on all person
al property secured by real property,
and one-half of the taxes all on real
property will be clue and payable, on
the FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTEM
BER and nvill be delinquent on the
FIRST .MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next theeaf ter, at 5 o'clock p, m,,' and
unless paid prior thereto four per. cent
will be .added thereto as penalty, and
interest from the time of delinquency
until paidThat the remaining one-half
of the .taxes on all personal property
secunedibyireal property, and one-half
the tastes ion real property will be 'due'
and payable on and after the FIRST
MONDAY IN MARCH next, and will
be Jdinquent.on the FIRST MONDAY
IN VLtSH. next, thereafter at 5 o'clock
p. ., uiriless paid prior thereto, four
pereentwill be added thereto as pen
alty and interest from the time of the
a"-y "u iiiMsmsuruiu me mi
ny atJ"te Afen per Cent
er Annum untl1 Pd- All texes may
Pld at the tlme the first install
ment, as 'herein provided, is due and
School poll tax and road tax must
he paid with the first installment of
property 'tax, unless exempt by law
and in 'possession of a receipt show
ing the tax has been paid.
REVENUE LAWS OF ARIZONA
Par. 4917. Not earlier than sixty
days nor later than six months after
uch taxes become delinquent, suit
-shall be .filed by the County Treasurer,
as ex-Officio Tax Collector, to en
force payment of such delinquent tax
es in thefSuperior Court of the County
v&ere 'taxes are due, which same
Court shdll'have jurisdiction, without
regard totthe.amount sued for, to; en
force the 'Vein of the State. It shall
be the dutyoi the County Attorney,
or his assistant, in eaeft County to
prepare all pleadings, papers, and
notices in till suits for the collection
of delinquent 'taxes, and to prosecute
the same to final determination and
he shall leceive no compensation there-1
for other than his official salaiy. It
UV,oll K tl, A,r4 ,, rnnnfv Troov-
..u.i "v. i. v, .. -..v. j -
uiel. ujien sult shall have been com-
'timn jot jn sal(j "bade tax bOOK" to
-ud tnct of land or
Ullll U.ILI, VL lauu Uf
Cnntifxsiln -nrl tnr-r of Inrifl or
opposite SllCl I1JCI 01 umi or
n lot, such fact, also against whom
suit has been commenced.
Given under mv hand and seal of
this office, Sept. IS, 1918.
NOTICE OP APPLICATION
ARIZOVA WESTERN MINES COM
PANY. A CORPORATION TOR A
UNITED STATES PATENT TO THL
HERCULES GROUP OF MINES.
U S. Land Office, l'hoenW. ArU, V t.
Mineial Appllclitlon 040622
NOTICE, IS HEREBY GIVEN' that
ARIZONA WESTERN MINES COM
PANY, a coipoi ation organised tnd e
Istlng undei the laws of the (State of
Arizona, whose postoffice address is No,
33 I'lcmont Ktieet, San FrncKc, Cil
Ifornla, is about to make; iippllcition ti
the United States foi a pal 'lit for the
HERCULES GROUP OF MINES, sit
uated ln Sections 3"i and 36, Township
21 North, Range IS West, G .V; S. R B
S. M, In the Wallapil Mining Dlstib't,
County of .Mohave, In the State of Ar
izona, more fully describe! .is to metes
and bounds upon the Official Plat here
with posted and by the Field Notes of
the survey thereof, being Mineral Survey
No, 1447, Arizoin Land District, and de.
LEGAL ADVERTISING LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS
scribed as follows:
BADGER LODE. Beginning at Cornel
No. 1, whence the quarter corner in
North boundary of Section 2, Townsnip
23 North, Range 18 West, O. & S. It. B.
&. M bears South 53 dee. 12 ni.n. West
1693.16 feet. Thence North 55 de. 20
min West 1308.62 feet to Corner No. 1;
thence North 32 deg. 12 min. East :!fi0
Feet to West End Center, 600 feet to
Corner No. 3; thence South 5 dec, 20
min. East 1308.62 feet to Corner No. 4;
thence South 32 deg. 12 min. West :'(l(i
feet to east end center, whence the dis
covery point bears North 55 deg. 20 rnin
West, 833.62 feet, 600 feet to Corner Nc.
1, the place of beginning.
WOODCHUCK LODE: Beginning at
Corner No. 1, whence the quarter cor
ner in North boundry of Sectiov 2,
Tovinship 23 North, Range 18 We-t, G. .V
S. R. B. & M., bears South 13 1ok. 13
min. JVest 2154,14 feet. Thence North
63 deg. 43 min. West lSOOfeet to Coi
ner No. 2; thence North 32 deg. 12 nun.
East 160 feet to the West End Center,- -460
feet to Corner No. 3; thence Soiith
62 deg. 37 min. East 1497.29 feet to Cor
ner No. 4; thence South 32 deg. 12 mill.
West 271.1 feet to the East End Center,
whence the discovery point b-.u s North
63 deg. 43 min. West 245 feet. 131. ".
feet to Corner No. 1, the place of lie
ginning. MAJESTIC LODE. Beginning at Cor
ner No 1, whence the quarter corner in
North boundary of Section 2, Township
23 North, Range IS West, G. & S R. B.
M, bears South 7 deg. 44 min. Eat
1n91.r,.l f.t' thpnna TCnrtli fit .loo- it
min West 1500 feet to Corner No. 2:
thence North 32 deg. 12 min. Ean '00 n'tthocK ol management, .md in standard
teet to West End Center, 600 feet to prattices, and other linos of buslnesj
Corner No. 3, thence South 63 deg. 43 U'1 education, and to grant ceitificite,
min. Bast 1500 feet to Corner No. 4- 'i--jrees, diplomas, and other recognition
thence South 32 deg 12 min. West 304)' of p.oflr-lenc and merit in such mannei
feet to East End Center, whence the dls-I as die Corporation m.ij detein'ne,
coeij point bears North 63 deg. 43 min 'lo provide tia pirticlpation b its em
Eist 1133 feet 600 feet to Corner No. ployeas and othu persons in IU piofits,
1, the place of beginning. 1 .1 seu, and accumulations upon such co-
WILD CAT LODE Beginning at Cor i0'"'1"" ol othcr ''isis as tho Corpoi
ner No 1, whence the Northeast cornel !',lion '" determine, and to withhold
of Section 2, Township 23 North, Range salaries, provide for bonuses, issue
lb West, G. & S R. B. & JI bears I slock- certificates of pirticipition or
South 11 deg. 24 min. West 475.4 feet, , otl,eI evidences of interest, and to pro
thence North 67 deg. 57 min West 1500 ' vlHe 'in' cairy out anj. other tr further
feet to Corner No. 2; thence North 32 1 1,'."' ' connection therewith;
deg. 12 min East 300 feet to West End! To acquire the good will, rights and
Center, 600 feet to Corner No. 3; thence
South S7 deg. 57 min. East 150J) feet to
Corner No 4; thence Soutfr 32 deg. 12
mill. ,West 300 feet to East End Center,
whence the discovery point bears North
67 deg 57 min. West 1025 feet, 600 feet
to Corner No. 1, the place of beginning.
HEHCULES LODE. Begnning at Cor
ner No. 1, whence the quarter corner
in North boundary of Section 2, Town
ship i3 North, Range 18 West, G. & S.
R. a & M bears South 1 deg. 51 min.
East 1251.51 feet; thence North 32 deg.
12 min. East 300 feet to the West End
Center, 600 feet to Corner No. 2; thence
South 55 deg. 20 min. East 1308.62 feet
to Conner No. 3: thence South 67 dee. r,7
tnrn. East 191.76 feet to Corner No. 4?
thence South 32 deg 12 mta West 170.2S
feettQ'aJa,st End Center, Whence the dls
eoyecy point bears North 61 deg. 54 min.
West 925 feet, 470.26 feet to Corner No.
5; tbence North 61 deg. 54 min. West
1544) teet to Corner No. 1, the place of
WATER WITCH LODE: HHnnln- at
Corner No. 1, whence the Quarter corner
in North boundary of Section 2, Town
ship 123 North, Range 18 West, G. & S.
H. B. & M bears 8outh 6 deg. 12 tnln.
39 sac West 1598.72 feet. Thence North
3 deg. 43 min. West 1500 feet to Cor
ner 3Jo. 2; thence North 32 deg. 12 min.
Kasf300 feet to the West End Center,
ieet to Corner No. 3; thence South
63 ties. 43 min. East 1500 feet to Corner
No 4, thence South 32 deg. 12 min. West
30 Seet to the East End Center, whence
the discovery Doint bears North t Aw
43 min West 750 feet, 600 feet to Cor-
Ile,-"o- . tne place or beginning.
The said mining claims hereby sought
to be, patented are bounded on the Morth
westlby the Good Enough Lode, usurvey
d, and the Black Rock Spring Lode,
Survey -No. 3422, and are bounded on -ill
other sides by vacant and unoccupied
land, ithe said claims being designated
as Mineral Survey No. 3447.
Any and all persons claiming adverse
ly tneimining ground, veins, lodes, prem
ises, or any portion thereof, so described,
surveyed, platted and applied Ifor, are
hereby notified that unless their adverse
claims ije duly filed according to law
and the regulations thereunder, within
the time prescribed by Law, vith the
Register of the United States Laud Of
fice at Phoenix, in the County of Mari
copa, -State of Arizona, they will le bur
ied fcy .virtue of the provisions of said
J. L. IRVIN,
m... .,... .. ... Eeglster.
, -l disannuls cict. jy, isis.
I r-'aht JnseitJon December 28, isis
aiink warning ikOTiCE
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nr""!.'. " '"iV B'ven -l.na'- . "
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L " ' ' Tuft, and ComUh Bo5
'""" ,are """ lea-e anu bond to w. G Page
' ,,,? ' V0-1" "- !"l".1' ",d th ?elther th
mints nor the owjiei theleol u li.. resr.r.n.
' ,,.; . .1 .," u ..r ?"r tne
nne, nor the oj;ei .theieot uill b respon-f
f" fr,".,!5;...la.1,0,.ordel,t co,ntra:t1- r
lailtrits hUUaillod L nnv ..mnlnvpr ttr tn.
p'ove iu vvorkins s.id property , and that no
''P" ' e'"?i0.ye. u.te.i,"t."f the, own.
rs for am purpose and tl.it Ul oDerativts
encase 111 such service a. then o n nsk, and
fiat no debt 01 cl dm or debt 1-. valid ajralnst
I s ild mimni; claim or theh owners.
I . JOE MOYLE,
1 FRED MOYLE, v
1) ded Mineral Park. Arizona. Jtllv 18. ISIS.
fust insertion, Jul) .ill. I'lis .
CMVririCATE OP INCORPORATION
THE INDUSTRIAL TINANCE
We, the undeislgncd. in orilei to ioimUH of which shall be common stock. The
a Corporation puisutnt' to the act of the1 amount of cipital stock with which it
Leglsltture of the State of Delaware en- will commence business is len Thous-
titled "An Act Providing a General Cor
poiatiou Ltvv' (Approved, Maich 10,
1!99), and acts umendatory theieot and
supplemental theieto lieieby associate
ourselves and certify as follows.
1 The name of the Corpoiatlon Is
THE INDUSTRIAL FINANCE COM
PANY. II. The piincipal office of the Coi
poijtlon is to be located in the City of
Dovei, 111 the County of JKent, in tho
State of Delaware. The name of its lesi
Bldg., Aikon, Ohio, No. ot slnies, ,20.
Name, M, C Bantz, Addiess, 302 Ohio
Bldg, Arkon, Ohio, No. of shaies, 20.
Vl". The Corporation Is to have pei-
VJJ, The number of dhectors ol the
dent agent is the United States Corpor-
ation Company. ,
III. The nature of the business of
.. ., , .. . , .
tne Corporation and the objects or pur-
poses proposed to be. transacted, promot -
ed, or carried on by it are as follows:
t .,,.,. ,,, , ,.i , ,
,nI?n,.?Hn V1,'8 of general
fnl SSfi.i nnTrtSSf ' .' d f'nanC
ing industrial undertakings, to recom-
mend, introduce and install efficiency
methods of management and standard
piactlces in businesses and other enter -
prises; to purchase or otherwise acauire.
hold, operate, lease, manage, re
oiganlie, readjust, develop, build,
erect, constiuct, reconstruct, and
lepalr factories, manufacturing,
commercial, and other plants,
buildings, offices, stores, w alehouses,
mills, shops, machinery rights, ease
ments, permits, privileges, franchises,
and licenses, and all other things which
may at any time be necessary or con
venient in the Judgment of the Board of
Directors in the business of the Com
pany ; to license, install, manufacture,
sell, nnd deal in systems, machinery,
appliances, and devices for the genera
tion, accumulation, distribution, and sale
of electrical, water, steam and other
power; to finance industrial undertak
ings, borrow our own money, build,
equip purchase, sell, lease manufactur
ing plants and equipment, to carry on re-
se.ueh or e perimental work In conncc
I tion vith lndustii.il manutactuie; oper-
ilce pl "luiacturing undertakings
To irie lllutl lirl Inn tn I m
- m ..,.,11,, kU.il.l, IIIIVII l,lll!ll-3
To give in-tiuction to employees,
' students, and other persons, in efficiene
propern assets inci liabilities of any
person, film, association, or corporation,
and to in j tor" the same In cash, stock,
01 bonds, or otherwise;
To manufacture, buj, sell, deal in, and
to engage in, conduct and carry on the
business of manufacturing, buing, sell
ing and dealing in goods, wares and
ii.erchainll.se of every class and descrip
tion; To borrow inouej , and to make and is
sue notes, bonds, debentures, obligations,
and evidences of indebtedness of all
kinds, whether secured by mortgage,
pledge, or otheru ise, without limit as to
amount, and to secure the same by'mort
t'iige, pledge or otherwise; and generally
to make and perfoim agreements and
contracts of very kind and description;
To purchase or otherwise acquire and
to hold, own, Vnaintaln, work, develop
sell lease, exchange, hire, convey, mort
gage, or otherwise dispose of and deal in,
lands, and leaseholds, and any interest,
estate and rights in real property, and
any personal or mixed property, and any
franchises, rights', licenses or privileges
necessary, convenient, or appropriate
for ay ol the purposes herein expressed
to the same extent as natural persons
might or could do;
To .apply for, obtain, register, pur
chase, lease or otherwise acquire and to
hold, own, use, develop, operate and in
troduce and to sell, assign, .grant licenses
or territorial rights in respect to, or
otherwise to turn to account or dispose
of, any copyrights, trade marks, trade
names, brands, labels, patent fights, let
ters patent of the United States or of
-my other country or government, in
ventions, improvements and processes,
urlvether used in connection with or se
cured under letters .patent or otherwise;
To acquire b purchase, .subscription
01 otherwise, and to hold for investment
or otherwise and to use, sell, assign,
transfer, mortgage, pledge or otherwise
.deal with or dispose of stocks, bonds, or
any other obligations or securities of
j.U corporation or corporations; to
intrge or consolidate with any corpora
tion In such manner as1 ma be pennit
ld bv law ; to aid in any manner any
corporation whose .stock, bonds or otlir
obligations are held or in any nriniier
Kiiaiantced bj this corporation or In
which it is in any way Interested, and to
do any other acts ana things for the
preservation, protection, improvement or
oiihanceimnt of the value of any such
slock, bnnil". or othei obligations, and to
do any acts 01 things designed for any
. uch puipo-t, and while owner of any
such stock, bonds, 01 other obligations
to exeiclse all the lights, powers and
pjivllegc-' of ownership thereof ,and to
t vcicl-c any aud41 voting poweis theie
011, and to huiiantee the pavment ot div
idends upon any stock, 01 the priucip il
or Interest or both of any bonds 01 oth
ci obligations, uid the peilorm.incc ot
lo do all and -vciv thing licctssaiy.
uililm ti propel loi tl'f Kcoinpllsli
mcut ol m ol i le
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juuit ul ui ot I ie-i puipo'-ps, oblet
ul(1 ,, ,, c tu (i() , olilt,, tIlU
j Illll(lllM u iu or conmcud then. with.
pui poses, obieets
lo couduti it iiiijints uid to ci
ci-e Us roipoiate poweis mil rights in
''"-' lous -t ites, tenltoncN colonies
mil dcpiMidoncici ol the- Lnited .State
1 the District oJ Columlii 1
, 1 lie. loicjoinjr clau-e-. enuiiieiate both
1 objects anil poweis, and the eiiumeiatiOii
1 nf sn( ilif itnunrs In nrt u.n limits m
Tcjtncts ihi Q'e
iencial powejs of the Co1
1. The mount ot the total au'hoi-
i?td apitil stock ot the corpoiatlon Is
Fifty Thousand Doll us ($",0,0n0 00), di
vided into Five Hundied ijOU) shaies
of One Hundred Dollais ($100.00) e ich.
and Dollars ($10,000 00)
V The names and pi tecs of lesidence
ol e ich ol the oiisinal subscribers to
tho capital stock, and the nunibei ol
shues subscribed for by eacli aie is
Name, HaiiiiiKton Emerson, Resi
dence, .10 Church Street, New York City ,
No. of Shaies, 20.
Name, Samuel D I. Emeison; Address,
P. O Box No. ll'J, New Kensington. I'M
No. of sh ires, 20
Name, Alonzo l'lack; Address, to
Chuich Street, New Yoik City, No of
shares, 20. .
Name. F. F. Mead; Addiess, iOl Ohio
stockholdeis shall not be subject to the
payment of corporate debts to any ec-
VIII. Th number of directors of the
corporation shall be fixed and may be
altered from time to time as may be pro-
ined in the By-laws.
! The directors from time to time may
1 determine whether and to what extent,
and ln what manner the accounts and
books of the company (other than the
s,ocK ,etl6er sha 1 open to inspection
1,. .he stnrkhnlrirrs
, " stocKtioiders
I . T,le "lrectors may Kubmit any con-
tract or act fr approval or ratification
1 . "' "" "wcKnoiaera- meeting or
at any special meeting called for the
purpose., and any contract or act which
shalV be approved or ratified by the
holders of a majority of the stock In
person or by proxy at such meeting
shall Be alld and binding and shall jiot
be open to attack by any stockholder or
anyone else because of directors Inter
est therein, or any other reason.
The directors shall have the power
to fix the times for the declaration of
dividends and payment of dividends and
the rate thereof; to fix and vary the
amount to be reserved as working capi
tal; to determine the use and disposi
tion of any surplus or net profits over
and above the capital stock paid in, and
in their discretion the directors may use
and applv any such surplus or accumu
1 ited profits in purchasing or acquiring
the bonds or other obligations or shires
of capital stock of the corporation, but
shares of such capital stock so purchased-or
acquired may be resold unless they
1 , ,, , . . . 7 v J
I sI'd" '-v been retired for the purpose S
of decreeing the corporation's cipital
sioc'K as provided oy mv.
The directors shall have power to au
thorize and cause to be Issued bonds, de
bentures, certificates of indebtednes .
and other obligations of the corporat'on.
and to authorize and cause to be eecut
ed 11101 tgages and liens upon any or all
of its property, and to confer upon the
holders of any bonds, debentures or oth
er obligation, whether secured bv mor
tgage or otherwise, the power to vote
in respect to the corporate affairs and
management of the Company to the
same extent and in the same manner ai
stockholders of the Corporation, or with
such preferences and rights superior to
the stockholders or otherwise as the
Board of Directors miy at any time de
termine, and in case of a default In the
payment of the pilncjpal or interest on
said bonds, debentures, certificates of in
debtedness, or othei obligations, or in
any other case, to cpnfer upon the hold
ers thereof the same right of inspection
of the corporate books and accounts and
records of the Coiporatlon and any oth
er rights which the stockholders there
of have or may have.
The Board of Directors may limit the
transferability of such bonds, deben,
tures, certificates of Indebtedness or oth
er obligations, and alxo of the stock of
the Corporation in such manner as they
may from time to time determine.
Directors' and stockholders' meetings
ajitlHhe first meetlng.of the incorpora
tors may be held without the State ot
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we ha
hereunto set our hands and seals this
15th day of July, 1918.
In the (Seal)
presence of (ALONZO FLACK
John W. ( ' (Seal)
Parkin as to (SAMUEL D I. EMERSON
In the presence of
F. F. MEAD
(M. C. BANTZ
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA
COUNTY OF WESTMORLAND )
Hi: IT REMEMBERED that on tills
15th day of July, 191S, personally came
before me, a notary public in and for
the County and state aforesaid,
SAMUEL D. KEMERSON
p irties to the foregoing certificate of In
corporation, known to'me personally to
be such, and seveially acknowledged the
said certificate to be the act and deed of
the slgneis respectively, and that the
facts theieln stated are truly set forth.
GIVEN under my hand and seal of
office the day and year aforesaid."
W. A. THOMAS
My commission i:plres x
at End of next Session of Senate.
( W. A. THOMAS )
( NOTARY PUBLIC )
( NEW KENSIGNTON)
( PA. )
(i . 0
.si'ATi: or ohh)
COl NTY OP Sl'MMIT
) ss. .
HE IT REMEMBERED that oil this
17th 1 ly of July, 191S, personally came
beiorc me, a Notary Public In and for
tl " County mil St Ue afoiesaid,
P. P. MEAD and
M. C. BANTZ
i)iitv.s to tilt lorcgolng certlfiiate of
i liitoiporatlon kno,n to me personally
to be sucli, and severally acknowledged
J the said ceitifieate to lie the act and
deed ol the signei s lespeetively and
tl.it lie t icts tlni.'ln stated are truly
GIVEN under my b md and seal of
olflco the day and year nfoies.id.
FRANK D. CASS1DY,
Mv commission expiies August ls20
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( NOTARIAL SEAL )
( SUMMIT COUNTY )
( OHIO , )
STATE OF DELAWARE
OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF bTATE.
1, EVERETT C. JOHNSON. Secietary
of Sttte of the State of Delaw.ue, do
hereby certify that the nbove and fore
going Is a true and coriect copy of Cer
tillcite of Incorpoiatlon of 'THE IN
DUSTRIAL FINANCE COMPANY" as
u celled and filed in this office the
twenty-fifth day of July, A. D. 191b, at
9 o'clock A. M.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 1 have
hereunto set my hand and official seal,
at Dover, this twenty-fifth day of July
in tho year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and Eighteen.
EVERETT C. JOHNSON,
Secretary of Stale.