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THE AHIZOT?A HflPTrntTCA! : WEMEHDAY rOTliTO, SEPTEMBER lfl. 1901.
6 ) iSre -ill ' SOUTH SIDE NEWS .? DIRECTORY x'im' - J. C. LANEr. Aqtnt. SUBSCRIPTIONS. A0VeRH8tHENT8. CHANGES. COLLECTIONS. ETC.. PROMPTLY CAKED FOR, f. T. PVUEROr. Atiritt. The Tempe National GENERAL. BAMKINQ BUSINESS OFFICERS C."G. Jones. President; A.C. bur. Cashier. DIRECTORS: C. G. Curry. Jonea, Ji. C, Ozanne, Kitchen Work is a Pleasure When you have a Charter Oa Stove and our stylish, beautiful turquoise" enameled ware. Cull and st the very latest. Tempo Hardware & Supply Company For SaleA FirsKIass Confectionery Store t a genuine bargain. Everything firstclass, and a fine stock on lianl. F.ir particulars write A. NIELSEN, Tempe, Ariz., Agent for the New pik Llf Insurance Co. r Mrs. Kloss came In from California I'esterday morntig. Lost A fountain pen. sem?where be Iween the Denver Tailor's a:id the Point. Finder leave at Moeur's drus ptore and receive reward. H. V. Parker, the Tempe painter, has the contract to paint the handsome. residence of J. H. Barnett at Mea and Sive the Interior a hard oil finish. a',r: j Parker has by his fine painting est lished an enviable record fur .expert iworkmanship. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Code of Mesa re lumed from California yesterday. They Ipassed through Tempe on their way to their home in Mesa. Rev. Decker left yesterday fora sho-t (stay In California. He will attend the she mission conference at Tucson, svhich me-ts October 2nd. Miss Cox. a sister of Miss "Averill .if Ihe Normal school, arrived Monday af Iternoon. It is thought that the Oila bridge will 1e repaired in time for Ringling Bros.' ircus to come to Phoenix next Mon day. This year the Normal students' ui'.'s iforms will be made exactly like the JWist Point cadets', which is somewhat different from those worn by the stud ents heretofore. The color Is exactly the same, but the braid is wider, and the coat, instead of buttoning in front.. 5s fastened with hooks and eyes. The letters A. N. S. will be sewn on the collar. The uniforms are considerably Iiandsomer than the old ones, and wid sidd to the beauty of the company. MESA There will be a benefit dance at the 3esa opera house Friday night. Sep tember 20th, 1901, for Elder Ray Stew art, son of A. F. Stewart of Mesa, wh.j been on a mission to the Samoan Inl ands, and, having been released, will arrive In San Francisco the 27th of th-? present month. Ice cream will be serv ed on the stage. Ray is one of Mesa' boy's having been raised bite, until a few years before he was called to perform his present mission, having been stopping at that time in Idaho. His many friends here will see that he is remembered and has a g od time a'so. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Code returned from the coast, where they have been the past few months rusticating. The I most of their time was sp -nt at Los Angeles, butthey visited most of the places of interest while there, and eonv: home much improved in health and spirits, but. as every other good cit- : izen. alad to eet home to Mesa ag-iiu. Mr. Donald McQueen and his mother returned from- Bay Citv. Mich.. Monday, naving been met ay A. . -McQueen at. Winslow and accompanied home by him. Mrs. McQueen is much improved in health because of her trip and the excellent treatment she receised while away. She has not failed to sound the praises of Mesa and Arizona, however, while away, and now declares that she , Fall and Winter Soods. We now have a (Complete line of Men's Clothing on hand. Come in and see our stock. We will le glad to show you our line. See the. display in out windows. Remember we are agents f.i r the celebrated Clover Brand Shoes. THE BOSTON STORE J. Kyder &. Brother, Proprietors. Look For Out Hisn ! XVa hdpa tVia h-cf of facilities shipping butter during hot weather, and guarantee goods to reach destination in good condition. Order Butter from our cold storage. Be sure your butter has the Diamond brand. TEMPE. ARIZONA A. J. PETERS & CO., Incorporated proprietorsofHayden VHHs. Wholesale dealersancl shippers ol HKY HND GRKIN. Large Contracts a Specialty. Tempe. Ariz Our Car Has Arrived. and we can show you a fine assortment of Top Buggies, Road Wsgons and Surreys. If you want a Wagon or a' Carriage call and sea us. Remember all of our Wagons and Buggies are guarantee , WilbiirMullen Hardware Company MESA ARIZONA. Temp, Arizona Ozanne, Vice-President; W. H. Wll- J. TV. Wolf, W. A. Boltsn. M. E. Starry TEMPI! AlllZONA The Denver Tailor it turning out some shaiely looUinjr suits thi.se days. The new Fall ar.i Winter fabrics are extreir.dy pratty and fie has a tiplcn cidly complete lin- of them. Whether you want a new suk or the old one fixed i:l cleaned, repaired and p.es?I. t The Denver Tailor is th ma a to go to. The Denver Tailor, Tempe, Arizona. has no desire to ever leave Mesa asaln. Donald had a good time while away, and has not yet given up the idea of attending the state university of Mich igan, although he admits that Arizona Is all right and Mrat a strong de-ire as-i Killed him so come back. Mr. lc- j uuoen'H usually genial face has tan on a still broader smile because of nis . wife's return and her recovery. Mr. T. E. Pomerjy returned from a ; trip over the southeastern part of the ' .... - - . territory, having vlsitei most of the towns and mining camps in Cochis? county. He repirts the times good In that o.unty. and tha: alnvosi every in dustry in the county has bta givtn an imprtus during the past few m.inlhs. There will be a musicale at the home of the Re-v. Banks. Friday n.slit. Sep tember -0. Everybody is invi ed to at tend. Mr, Paul Mo.gan s-pir.t tne uay in Me.-"a tuning pianos. He has now lo cated permanently in the valley and will visit Mesa as often as there is work for him. it wou d b.- interesting for the general public to know that there are 700 pianos In tae valley, ani about 1.400 in the entire turrit ;ry. Sunday being che thirty-first bi.th T.ay of Mr. Frnk T. Pcni'.-roy, Mrs. Pomeroy arranged. a surprise parly for him on Monday evening. For the ftr.. lime in several we.-ks M :-. Pomeroy left the slur? early for his home, even forgettis a date rr.'ade with a party to the conspiracy for half-past seven. it reoulred t jnslderabl !i::es3e to get him oir; of rhe way until the prep- j orations could be complet d and th? guests an ive. How ever, it was finally n.. ...,...liahu on. 3 rha of',.-'.,-. 1 omp!e. The lath being also tine '. birthday of Mrs. Elize Morris. The i party was also a surprise for her. max ing the oo-aFlon a double tvent. Mrs. Pnmeroy was assisted by Mrs. Saiuh M. Pomer y in receiving the gut! s. and s.-n all were engaged In va.-ious games and social cesiversatlon. At hair-past coi; feet loi'.ry nine oyste cake and w re served. w'llch all enjoyed. There was some f.-ar that ' there would be a shortage of oysteis (before Mr. Dan Ibbt-rt left the table. but he manag:d to gc; tiu-nugh with i.ut creating a famine. It was a darker-oils thing having Mr. Hibbe.t tin-; a louple of printers at the same table, but Mrs. Pomeroy was prepared for tl'e emergency. 'Bhe guests left for tii ir homes aboc. 11 o'e'eck, afttr wishing V- Pomeroy and Mrs. Mo: rig for Bank 2- V. many returns of the event that had brought them totcuther. Those present were: J. and wife. Dan Hibbert-ani F L:Har;n and wife. Igaa? A. Roa-erj wif. Hen Dana and wife. Ciecrire M. Fryer and wife. Frank Dana and wile. F:ank Rajjpleye and wife, H. Ik Morris. Jr. an J wife, Hy rum H. Morris, sin and' wife. Mrs. Elizabeth Sellers, Mrs. Nora Johnson. George S. Irwin an'i Hoyal S. Irwin. A CERTAIN CUR" wjR DYSEN TERY AXI DIARRHOEA. "Some years ago I was one of a party that Intended taking a long bicycle trip." says F. I,. Ta!or, of New Al bany. Ilrailfoid County. 1'a. "I was lakcnsuililenly with diarrhoea, and was about to give up the trip, when editor Ward, of the I-acey vine Messcng ?r. sug gested that I take a t'.ose of Chamber lain's Coll.", Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I purchased a bottle and took two dose?, one before starting and one on the route. I made the trip suc cessfully and never felt any i'l effect. Again last summer I was almost com letely run down with an attack of dys entery." 1 bought a bottle of this sam remedy and this time one dose cured me." Fold by Elvey & Ilulett. TWINS. Last Wednesday morning an 8-iMiund boy and a 9-pound girl were born to Mrs. Johnson, who lost her husband in the recent trarrtvay' accident at the l D. smelter. They are cut?, healthy I "ttle things, the mother is out of dan- j" ' itu !ger. and the love and good will of the,,'' "as -,nn'"tu i whole community go out to the little ' : ..,. . -.,... ., .v. v. .j To do a general strangers and the bereaved mother. Globe Times Josh Wesihafer. of Loogootee. Ind.. Is a poor man. but he says he would not be without Chamberlain's Pain Balm If it cost live dollars a bottle, for it saved him from being a cripple. No external application is equal to this liniment for stiff and swollen Joints. I contracted muscles, stiff ne-ck. sprains; . , , .... i..of tne i-nited States and the Territory mu .1 iii i-ureu numerous enses or ti si r - tial paralysis. It is for sale by Elvey Hulett. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been usrl for children teething It soothes the child. Foftens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the htst remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five lents a bottle. THE GREATEST OK EX POSITIONS. A delightful trip. You can't af ford to miss it. To the Pan-American exposition, at reduced rates, via Mich igan Central. "The Niugara Falls Route." Send your addrt?. with four crnts postage for illustrate 1 souvenir when issued to O. W. Rugbies, Grn'l Pass'r and Tkt. Agt.. Chicago. NOTICE FOR PCBLICATION. iHtiliwstead Entry No. 2475.) Department of the Interior, Land Office at Tucson Arizona. Sept. IS. li01. Notice Is hereby given that the following-named s-ttler has filed notice of hi- intention to make final proof in ' support of his claim, and thit said proof will le made before the Clerk t.t tu iistrict Court at Phoenix. Arizona, r'" Saturday. October 2. 1901, vis.: JameS K. Norton ,,f Tl I c If e .' A rl.nn .1 I for the X. 4 N. E. '4 and X. V X. W. -i r. 1 K. 2 W.. 5. & S. It. B. & M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land. viz.. 1 Thomas J. Levy, David Harer. and William R. Beloat of Buckeye. Arizona. and John R. Norton of Phoenix, Ari zona. MILTON R. MOORE, Register. First Publication September 18, 1901. Prcpnsals f.-r coXSTRITTIXU RESERVOIR. ETC., AT FORT GRANT. ARIZONA. OMI -e of Chief Quartermaster. Dept. of Colo.. D:nver. Colo., Aug. 27, 1!01. Scaled Proposals, in triplicate, will be received here until 11 o'clock A. M., Sept. 10. 1901. and then opened for furninlring material anil labor requisite for.tlie construction of a reservoir and laying of wat.r pipe at Fort Grant. Arizona, according to plans and sp-clUcatlons on rile at this ofike and office of Quartermaster at Fort Grant. Arizona, which will be shown and blank proposals and circu lars giving full instructions as to man ner of bioVling and terms of contract furnished on application. I'. S. re serves the light to accept or reject any cr all bids or any part thereof. En velopes containing bids to be marked "Proposals for Construction " Water System" and addr ssed Major J. W. Pope. Chief Q. M. PROPOSALS FOR RUILDIXO MA TERIALS. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, l s. Indian Service. Sac aton. Ariz.. Aug. 21. 1901. SEALED PROPOSALS' indorsed "Proposals for Building Materials." and addressed to the undersigned, will be received at this office uotll two o'clock p. m. of Sept. 20th. 1901, for furnishing and delivering the materials (except brick) required in School Books! School Books! And ail kinds of supplies far the schools at lowest cash prices. P. T. POMEROY & CO. Vuccessors to Poaurroy tk If eta. OOBt MTTTt.OISa. SRIA. Phoenix, Tempe & Mesa Stage. Leaves Phoenix. 8. 30 a. m. Return om yoor own time, ralaohon KM, OfTo. .. . 'A L W. COLLINS, Prop. the construction and completion at this agency of a brick dispensary and ph'sician's residence In accordance with the plans on file In this office. A complete description of the materials required may be examined at the of fices of the "Arizona Republican." Phoenix, Ariz., the "Herald." Los An geles, Cal.. and at this agency. For further Information apply to Elwood H.-idlcy, I'. S. Indian Agent. Sainton, Arixnr.a. ELWOOD IIADI.KY. 11. S. Indian Agent. Sacatnn. Arls. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION Of the REACMONT OIL DISTRIBUTING COMPANY." KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That we, the under signed. have this day voluntarily asso ciated ourselves together for the pur pose of forming a corporation under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, and do hereby make, execute and adopt the following articles of incorporation: ARTICLE 1. The name of said coi potation shall bs "R-uumont Oil Distributing Company." and its principal place of transacting business shu II te a. t'.ioenix. ilaricopa County, Arizona, with brunch oitlccs at Reaomont. Texas: New- York. Ron ton, Chicago and Iondon. England, and at such other places as may be deter mined by the Board of Directors and stockholders, where regular and spe cial meetings of the Directois and stockholders may be held and any and all of the business may be transacted. ARTICLE II. The general nature of the different kinds of business proposed to be trans acted by this corporation is as follows, to-wlt: To buy. sell, and otherwise dispose of crude and other oils. To purchase, lease, locate, bond, or otherwise acquire, own. exchange, hy pothecate and deal in, work, mine, ex plore and develop mining claims, oil, mineral, timber and agricultural land-.:. water and wai?r general real estate, mercan tile and r.-.lalng business in all it.- branches. To own. handle and control letters patent and Inventions. To borrow money and execute nicrt-Bag-'fl or deeds of trust to secure the 1 same, to Issue bonds and other evi . deuces of Indebtedness, and in general to do all things necessary to the proper conduct of the business of this corpo ration, not Inconsistent with the law of Arizcr.a. ARTICLE III. Among the powers of this body cor porate shall lie: To have perpetut.1 suc cession, to sue and be sued by its cor porate name: to have a common seal and alter the same at pleasure: to pre scribe the mode of making transfer of I stocks or Interest oi its stockholders; to make contracts: to acquire and transfer property of every kind and dc sciiption. both real and personal, and to possess the same powers as private individuals now enjoy: to establish by laws and make all rules arid regulations deemed expedient for the management of its affairs not Inconsistent with llA 'laws and the constitution of the Cnited I j States and the laws of the Territory of I ' Arizona. ARTICLE IV. j Thi amoun: of the capital stcrk of j the corporation shall be Two Mllll.m Hollars (2.noO,OOO.0Oi divided into Twenty Thousand (20.000. shares, of , the par value of One Hundred Dollars ' ($100.00) each, fully paid up and forever non-asse&sa ble. ARTICLE V. The time of the commencement of this corporation ehall be the date of ) the filing of these articles of incorpo- j ration in the odlee of the Secretary of Arizona, and the termination thereof j shall lie twenty-five year theieafter. ! ARTICLE VI. I The affairs of this corporation shall I be conducted by a Board of Directors (and may be increased at any regui&r meeting of the stockholders up to any . number, hot not more than fifteen, who 1 I who shall be elected annually by Hi.; stockholders of '.he corpoiaiinn on tire ' first day of September in each year. ' . I'ntil the brst day of September. 19u2, jthe fo'.iowing named persons shall serve as Directors: R. L. Cox. A. McCuilagh, Jr.: R. E. Brooks, H. Masterson. W. T. I Campbell. R. Oliver, A. S. Fischer. S. E. Morse. AI'.TICLE VII. The highest amount of Indebtedness or liability, direct or contingent, to which this corporation shall subject it self at any time, shall be Five Hundred Thousand Dollars I:"i00.000.0(l). ARTICLE VIII. The private property of the stock holders of this corporation shall be ex empt from ail corporate debts. IN WITS'iSs WHEREOF. We have hereunto set our hands and seals this fourth day of September, 1901. R. E. BROOKS. (Seat.) It. L. COX. (Seal.) R. OLIVER. (Seal.) H. MASTERSON. (Seal.) W. T. CAMPBELL. (Seal.) W. I Ml'RPHY. (Seal.) A. S. FISHER. (Seal.) State of Texas. Cov.nty of Jeff rson, ss. On this fourth daiy of September, In the year 1901. before me, Walter J. Crawford, a Notary Public in and for the state anel county aforesaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared R. L. Cox, R. E. Brooks, H. Masterson, R. Oliver, W.'T. Camplwll, W. L. Murphy, known to me to be the persons described in. whose names are subscribed to. and who exe cuted the annexed instrument, an! they acknowledged to me that they executed the same for the purposes and consideration therein expressed. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal at my office in the said state and county, the day and year last above wiitten. (Seal.) WALTER J. CRAWFORD, Notary Public, Jefferson County, Texas. My commission expires June 1st, 190:i. Fi:st Publication, September 13. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION Of the THE Gl'SHEIt OIL AND PIPE LINE COMPANY. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That -the undersigned persons being desirous of forming a private corporation under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, for the pur pose of bringing said corporation into existence do declare: ' I. The name of this corporation shall be TKE CUSHEP. OIL & PIPE LINE COMPANY, and Its principal place of transacting business shall be Phoenix. Maricopa County, Arizona, with . bianth office at the City of Chicago. State of Illinois, and at such other places as may be determined by the Board of Directors. II. The purpose for which this corpora tion Is formed Is the establishment and maintenance of tin oil and pipe lin" company with authority to contract for the lease and purchase of the right to prospect for. deveop and use coal and other minerals, petroleum, crude oil anil natural gas. and for the accom plishment of said purpose to acquire, own and hold by lease, - purchase or otherwise such lands as shall be nec essary to carry on the business of th- incorporation: and also to erect and own such structures and appliances that are necessary and proper for the operation of the business of this cor poration, and to sell its product afore said, and to enjoy all the powers, priv ileges and finnehises granted to like corporations under the constitution and laws of the Territory of Arizona and subject to the restrictions thereof. 111. This corporation shall exist' for a period of Twenty-Five years, from the date of the tiling of these articles of Incorporation In the office of the Sec retary of State at Phoenix, Arizona. IV. The affairs of the corporotKn shall be conducted by a Board of five Direc tors, who snail be elected annually by the stockholders of the corporation. V. The capital stock of this company shall be One Million Dollars, divided into one million shares of the par value of One Dollar earh. fully paid up and forever non-assrssable. VI. The private property of the stock holders shall be exempt from all cor porate debts In Witness Whereof we hereunto sign our names on this, the 7th day of Sep tember, A. D. 1901. S. P. ANDERSON. C. T. L1NLEY. GEO. H. GRAHAM. The Stvtte of Illinois, County of Cook. Before me. the undersigned, a Notary Public In and for Cook County, Illinois, on this day personally appeared S. P. Anderson. C. T. Linley and George M. Graham, well known to me to be the persons whose names are signed to the above and foregoing Instrument and acknowledged to me that they each ex ecuted the same for the purposes and considerations therein expressed. . Given under my hand and seal of office on this the 7th day of September, A. D. 1901. (Notarial Seal.) W. D. CROSS. Notary Public In and for Cook County. Illinois. Territory of Arizona, County of Mari copa, as. I. B. F. McFall. County Recorder in and for the County and Territory afore- rald. hereby certify that I have com ! pared the foregoing copy with the orlg- Inal Art. of Incorp. of the Gusher Oil . & Pipe Line iompany filed and re i corded In my office on the 11th day of jSept. 1901, In Book No. 7 of Art. of i Incorp. at Page and that the same : is a full, true and correct copy of such original and of the whole thereof. Witness my hand and seal of office this 11th day of Sept.. 1901. (Sea! ) B. F. McFALL. County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHI'R, Deputy. ' Filed in the oMice of the Secretary of the Territory of Arisona this 11 day of Septem'oer. A. D. 190L at 2 p. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD.. Secretary of Arizona. Fi.-st Publication, September 115. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF "THE POMONA MILLING COM PANY." KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That we. H. D. Mackay. Wm. Pitts. Walter Davis. J. D. Cobj. Joe Houseman, whose names are here to subscribed, citizens of the t'nlted States of Amtica, do hereby voluntar ily associate ourseives together for the purpose of forming a corporation- under the provisions of the laws of the Ter ritory of Arizona, and for that purpose do hereby make, execute, adopt an t certify that -the following constitutes their articles of incorporation: ARTICLE I. The name of said corporation shall be "The Pomona Milling Company" and its principal place of transacting busi ness shall be at Phoenix1. Maricopa County, Arizona, with branch office n: Pomona, Howell County, Missouri, and at such other places as may be deter mined by the Board of Directors, where regular and special meetings of the Di rectors may be held and any and all of the business may be transacted. ARTICLE II. The general nature of the business to be transacted is: 1st. To purchase, lease and otherwise acquire, owh and hold real estate and personal property, including mills, mi1', site water powers, water rights, and property of every kind and nature witn the right to sell, lease, hypothecate, niortgase and otherwise dispose of th2 same. 2nd. To own and operate mills, with an lands, equities, powers and appurte nances thereto pertaining and neces sary and proper for the successful op eration and -management thereof. Urd. To purchase, or otherwise ac quire and hold, grains of alL kinds, such :s wheat, corn, rye, barley, oats, and sell or otherwise dispose of -the same. or the manufactured product thereof. 4th. To engage In the .business of milling and manufacturing all kinds of grains into their flour or any other mer chantable product by whatever name known, with the right to hold, sell, ne gotiate or otherwise dispose of the same. 5th. To borrow money, and execute all papers, conveyances,, mortgages, deeds of trust, notes, bonds, and other obligations necessary to secure the same. 6th. To execute, issue, negotiate, sell, hypothecate or otherwise dispose of its notes, stocks or other securities or obligations for money or for prop erty, and do all other things proper, necessary and lawful to be done to carry out the objects and purposes of this corporation. ARTICLE III. Among the powers of this corpora tion "shall be the following: 1st. To have perpetual succession. 2nd. To sue and be sued by Its cor porate name. 3rd. To have a common seal and GOLD TAILS, SLIMES AND DUMPS WANTED, Correspondence invited. Glre estimated tjnanKe and rnwmy value per ton. d(tr?t . p. Till Office. The Model Grocery -Hmtthllne A Ora?, iToprietora Will Move October 1st On the Corner Nest door to old stand. We carry a full line of staple and fancy groceries. 44 NOSTH OIHTEB 1TBIST Telephone 1511. alter the same at pleasure. 4th. To render the shares or Interests or stockholders transferable nnd pre scribe the mode of making such trans fers. 5th. To exempt the private properiy of members from liability for corporate debts. 6th. To miuke contracts, acquire and transfer property possessing the same powers In such respects as private In- : divldunls now- enjoy. 7th. To establish by-laws and make i ali rules and regulations deemed ex- pedient.for the management of Its af- fairs not inconsistent with the consti- I tution and laws of the United States and laws of Arizona. ARTICLE IV. I The amount of rapltal stock of this ' corporation shall be Fifty Thousand J Dollars (150,000) divided Into Flftv I Thousand (50,000) shares of the par , value of One Dollar (SI.00) each, full paid up and forever non-assessable. ARTICLE V, The time of the commencement of this corpoiation shall be the .date of the filing of these articles of incorpo ration in the omce of the Secretary of Arizona, and the termination thereof, shall be twenty-five years thereafter. ARTICLE VI. The affairs of this corporation shall be j conducted by a Board of five Director chosen from its stockholders and wh.i are to be annually elected on the sec ond Tuesday of Janunry In each and every yearand shall 'hold Ui. ir offices until their successors are elected and duly qualified. The following named stockholders to-wlt: H. D. Mackay, Wm. Pitts. Walter Davis. J. D. Cobb. Joe Houseman, shall constitute the first Board of Directors until the second Tuesday of Januury, 1902. and shall hold their offices until their successors are elected and duly qualified. ARTICLE VII. The highest amount of Indebtedness or liability, direct or contingent, to vhlrh this r-nrporntl.in shnll subjit itsrlf at any time is thirt-y thousand dollars (.$30,000) ARTICLE VIII. The private property of the stock holders of this corporation shall be exempt, from all corporate debts or lia bilities of the company. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have, hereunto set our hands and seals this 6th day of September. 1901. i II. D. MACKAY. (Seal.) WALTER DAVIS. (Sea).) ' JOE HOT'S E'M AN. (Seal.) WM. PITTS. (5eal. j J. D. COBB. (Seal.) J State of Missouri. County or Howell, s:-. ; On this 6th day of September A. D.. i 1901. before me personally appeared li. I D. Mackay. Wm. Pitts, Walter Davis, ' J. D. Cobb. Joe Houseman, to me known to be the persons who are de-' scribed In and who executed the fore- . goin? Instrument and acknowledged . that they executed the same as their '. free act and deed. ' (Seal.) WILLIAM J. KREYRTLL, Notary Public. My commission expires Dec. 20, 1903. Territory of Arizona, County- of Mari copa, ss. I. B. F. McFall, County Recorder in and for the County and Territory afore- said, hereby certify that I have com- j pared the foregoir.g. copy with the orlg- j inal The Pomona Milling Company filed and recorded in my office on the 1Kb ' day of Sept.. 1901. in Book No. 7 of Art. of Incorp. at page and that ' the same Is a full, true and correct j copy of such original and of the whole thereof. Witness my hand and seal of office, this 11th day of Sept., 1901. (Seal.) B. F. McFALL. . County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR, Deputy. 1 Filed in the office of the Secretary of Arizona this 11 day of September A. D., 1901. at 2 p. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD. Secretary of Arizona. Fi:st Publication, September 13. I TTIJC DinMCCPQ t 1 SiC r lUilLLtiU I H ceries, Provisions, I U Aiming Supplies, Studebaker Wagons and Car- nages? which we will sell at bedrock prices. We 2 also made another reduction on our closing out I s'&es 1. W. UnalubMLAiri LUmdM GU. - : Lumber, Lime, Cement, Doors nnd Saih, Mouldings, Building Materials, Boxes, Etc.. Office and Yard, Corner Second Ave. and Jackson Street THE ALLEY LUMBER CO. Bedwoo3,Oron Pine ani Arizona Lnrobcr. Tirora, fsh. Blind and M juldingi, Ceraant and Lime. 'Phone 661 P. C03PSTEIN, Manager I STANDARD IRON WORKS Mining', Milling and Machinery Castings, Structural . '. , . Jr m and rttee! CoiitractoiH. S-e6al-Hai Machinery Bought and Sold TostofKcs Box 46 36 Nassau St. New York 40 State St. -- Boston, Mass. FISK & ROBINSON, BANKERS AND DEALERS IK INVESTMENT SECURITIES Deposit accounts of banks, bank-rs firms and individuals received. Hul,jw.t to sight draft. Interest allowed on balances. Correspondence Invited from corporations, trustees and other con servative investors. Orders on th. New York Stock Exchange executed on commission for cash. HARVEY EDWARD FISK GEORGE H. ROBIVSOX. ' Members New York Stock Exchange. ESTABLISHED l.sS.5. THE Prescott National Is PRESCOTT, ARIZONA nun CAPITAL PAID IN SURPLUS AND PROFITS Sioo.nnj FRANK M. MURPHY. President. MORRIS GOLDWATER. Vict-Pres HENRY KINSLEY, Cashier. C O. ELLIS, Assistant Caskier. DIRECTORS: Frank M. Murphy. Morris Goldwater. Henry - Kinsley. H. N. Fredericks. John C. Hermlon, n. li. Gace, D. M. Ferry. Accounts of Individuals, firms and corporations solicited on favorable terms. The National Bank of Arizona ihMmix, Arizona I'Al'ITAl. J'AIU L'l $H-j.tM SCRIM. IS li.iwi km li.. :a." rr'-Mi'ini. sol, i.i;v iri, ViV-PrrtilPnt. S. i lii;it,KITKH. bushier. Ji'MN J. SWKKNKY. A.stt. Oashior im:KT(US: Kind -lunz. Sol lwis, J. V. T. Smith. Charles iMmnn. rf. .erfel(!cr. Kdwanl KHtf-le, Joseph Thalheimer. ruRRKSPOXDKNTS: The Bank of California, fcan Franlro: Laitaw 'o.. New York; National Bank of Commpn-p, St. Ionis; Nation1 1 Hrnk of ('omnvrre, Kaiiftaa City; Kirt Na tional Haak. ChioaKu: Colorado Na tional Hank. lonvc r: Farmers' and Mt'n-hai is' Nat torn 1 Hank, Iof Ar. Mb; Consolidated National ftank. Tiif sen; Hank of Ariiona, Prewitt; Mppr. X. M. Rottisehilds & Sons. London. The Valley Bank OFPiiQEHiX. ARIZONA PAID UP CAPITAL . imil SI'Hl'LCS 25.000 Jl. 1'H KtSTV. President. J. C. KlUK PATRICK. Vlce-Pres. W. I. Ft'LWILKR, Cashier. LLOYD B. CHRISTY. Asst. Cashier. Drafts issued on all of the Impor tant cmes or in? i nilea esintcs ami r.nrope. Discount commercial paper untl io a general banking business. Office hours: 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. DIRECTORS: M. II. Shermnn. Wm. Christy. E. J. Bennitt. J. C. Kirkpat rick, K. c. Hatch, W. D. Fulwiler. Lloyd H. Chrisfr. OORRK6PONDENTS: American Kxclmntre National Bank. New York; American Exchange National Bank. Cllicwpo: First National Bank. Los aiircicr: HanK or Arizona, Presoolt. Arizona: The Anglo-California ltalik. San Francisco, Cal. jp HIR33IiKLP & PERKI.NS E H Proprietors irJ fj Imported 2nd Domestic Wines, a " Liquors and Cigars in 3h Pboenix Arizona Kjt HAVING PURCHASED THE . . Meat Markets of C. H. Wheeler, next door to the P. O., I am better prepared than ever to serve the public with tue txMi of dicaui in Arizoua. Come and see me. A. VIIT.BR, Proprietor. Formerly of Center Street Market. - Estab!i3h8d ln 1874 W4 car- I ry the largest line of Gro- Hardware, Implements and var- 0 GOLDMAN & CI Jobbers and Dealers in 'Corner Oeotar and Madison Streets Pboaaii Arizona Manufacturers of is