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THE ABIZCKNA UILI'UISL.ICAS: 31 ON i A.Y AIOKNIJNU, NOVJSMJIEK 24, 190a.
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HE WAS A BRIGHT BOY.
"I believe that I have the brightest
office boy in the city," declared a gen
tleman to a friend in a certain well
known cafe in the city this morning.
"That is a rather broad assertion,"
replied the friends. "What particular
vlalm to brightness has your boy?"
"Well, I have had lots of trouble with
my office boys of late, and they have
been so decidedly unsatisfactory and
worthless that I havo had at least 15
in the past 30 days. I have kept a
sign out on my door stating that I was
in need of a bright boy's services, for
the entire time, almost, and It reads as
follows: 'Boy Wanted About Sixteen
Years.' The boy I have now was se
cured in response to the sign, and it
was his answer more than his appear
ance that secured him the place."
"The boy slouched into the office and
said he had read the sign. 'Do you
want the place? 'I asked him. 'Guess
I do,' he replied, 'but I don't know that
I would want it for the full 16 years.'
I employed him on the spot when I
realized that I had omitted the comma
from the Blgn."
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AN INEXCUSABLE PUN. .
Dr. Percival, the present bishop of
Hereford, is a stanch teetotaler, and
in connection with his well known
views on the subject many good stories
are related. Passing through a town
noted for its breweries, the doctor no
ticed that many signs of mourning
were apparent. Stopping a pedestrian,
the bishop asked.
"Why is the flag half-mast high?"
"Because," was the reply, "the brew
er's wife is dead."
"Ah, how sad," answered Dr. Per
cival, adding, aa he gazed round him,
"and I see that the barrels, itoo, are In
tiers." Tit-Bits.
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The phrenologist can often tell by
the bumps on his head what sort of a
wife he has.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF THE
"THE UNITED STATES AND GUER
RERRO EXPLORATION COMPANY."
KNOW. ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS: That we, the undersign
ed, J. Letton Martin, J. Cray lartin,
Charles Edward Hoxrocks and George
W. Bryan, of Ashland, Boyd County,
Kentucky, and Otto Von Kanel, of New
York City, New York, have this day as
sociated ourselves together for the pur
pose of forming a corporation under
the laws of the Territory of Arizona.
And we do hereby certify:
I.
That the name of the corporation
shall be THE UNITED STATES AND
GUERRERRO EXPLORATION COM
PANY, and its principal place of trans
acting business shall be Ashland. Boyd
County, Kentucky, and the principal
place of transacting business in Arizona
shall be Phoenix, Maricopa County,
Arizona, and it may hereafter establish
and have one or more branch offices
in Cincinnati. Ohio, or New York City,
as may determined by the By-Laws of
the 3ald Company.
II.
That the general natura of the busi
ness proposed to be transacted, and the
objects and purposes for which, and for
any of which, this corporation Is form
ed are, to do any or all of the thing
herein set forth to the same extent as.
a natural person might or could do,
viz:
To conduct business in any of the
States, Territories, Colonies, or Depen
dencies of the United States, in Mexico,
and In any and all foreign countries; to
have one or more offices therein, and to
hold, purchase, mortgage and convey
real and personal property without lim
it aa to amount thereof; to acquire,
purchase, own and lease real estate,
mines and minerals and rights, and to
sell, lease, rent or operate the same; to
excavate for mine and remove gold, sil
ver, copper and all other minerals and
mineral substances; to transport and
dispose of the same and their products;
to purchase, acquire, build, own and
lease houses, roads, tramways, inollnes
and wharf landings; to purchase, lease
or construct buildings and boats, and
to sell lease, rent, or use the sam; to
develop and improve lands and rahies,
to buy, sell and otherwise deal In, gen
eral merchandise, to construct, main
tain and operate oil and gas wells, and
pipe lines and lines conveying, tranj
porting and delivering oil or gas, or
toth oil and gas, to bore, prospect and
operate for petroleum, natural gas,
fcalt water and any and all other oils
and gases; to transport and dispose of
the same and the products thereof; to
construct, maintain and operate ma
chinery and plants and appliances for
the generation, distribution and use of
electric light and power; to acquire
rights and properties, and to undertake
the- whole, or any part of, the assets
and liabilities of any person, firm, as
roclation or corporation, and to pay for
the same in cash, stocks or bonds vt
this corporation, or otherwise, to take
out patents and acquire those taken
out by others; to aequire or grant li
censes in respect of patents or works, or
do whatever else to them may . be
thought fit; to draw, make, accept, en
dorse, discount, execute and issue pro
missory notes, bills of exchange, war
rants, bonds, debentures and other ne
gotiable or transferable Instruments; to
borrow or raise money without limit
as to amount not exceeding $500,000 by
the issue of, or upon, bonds, debentures
or debenture stock, or in such other
manner as the corporation shall think
fit, to have one or more offices to carry
on all, or any, of its operations and
business; to purchase, or otherwise ac
quire, to hold, own, mortgage, sell, con
vey, or otherwise dispose of real apd
personal property of every class and
description in any of the United States,
Districts,- Territories, Dependencies,
Colonies thereof, and in Mexico and in
any and all foreign countries or places,
and in general to carry on any other
business in connection with the fore
going, whether of manufacture or oth
erwise, and to have and to exercise all
powers conferred by tne laws of Ari
zona upon corporations formed under
the laws of the Territory of Arizona:
and it is expressly provided that the
foregoing clause shall be construed
both as objects and powers being here
by expressly provided that the forego
ing enumeration of specific power3
Bhall not be held to limit or restrict In
any manner, the powers of this cor
poration. III.
That the amount of capital stock
authorized is one million (1,000,000) dol
lars, and the number of shares Into
which it is divided is one million shares,
of the par value of One dollar each,
which amount is to be paid in at the
times and upon the conditions follow
ing, viz.
Twenty-five thousand (25,000) dollars
in cash, with which amount this cor
poration will commence business, nnd
the remaining number of share to be
paid for in discharge of subscription
therefor already made, and upon con
veyance to this corporation of certain
properties situated in the District of
"La Union," State of Guerrero, Mexi
co, and consisting of about sixty-two
(C2) pertenencias (148 acres) to be re
ceived as consideration for Issuance of
said remaining shares, fully paid ind
non-assessable.
IV.
The time of the commencement of
said corporation Is the 10th day of June.
One Thousand Nine Hundred and Two,
and the time of its termination, the
10th day of June, One Thousand 'fine
Hundred and Twenty-Seven.
V.
The officers of said corporation to
conduct its affairs, shall consist of a
Board of Directors consisting of four
members, as follows: J. Letton Martin,
Ashland, F.oyd County, Kentucky;
Charles Edward Horrocks, Ashland,
Boyd County, Kentucky; J. Cray Mar
tin, Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky;
and Otto Von Kanel, New York City,
New York, who are to be elected on
June 10. 1902, and shall hold their offices
until their successors shall have been
duly elected.
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers for the purpose of electing Directors
and the transaction of such other busi
ness as may come before that body,
shall be held in the City of Ashland,
Boyd County, Kentucky, on th second
Tuesday of June, In each year.
The Board of Directors rhi (I elect
from their body a President, Vice
President, Secretary and Treasu rer, the
latter two of which offices may lie filled
by the same person, and may appoint
such other agents as by them are, or
may be, deemed necessary in the man
agement of the corporate affairs.
The annual meeting of the Board of
Directors for the election of officers,
and for the transaction of such other
business as may come before the board,
shall be held at the office of the Com
pany in the City of Ashland, Boyd
County, Kentucky, at such time as
shall be fixed by the By-Laws.
VI.
The highest amount of Indebtedness
or liability, to which the corporation
may at any time subject itself Is five
hundred thousand ($500,000) dollars.
VII.
The private property of each officer
and stockholder os said corporation Is
to be exempt from all corporate debts.
VIII.
The Board of Directors hjay adopt
By-Laws for the government of this
corporation, may authorize the Presi
dent to have in charge the general
management of the affairs thereof; to
enter into contracts, execute and acept
deeds, leases, or other conveyance::, and
do any and all other acts for and in 'h'.'
name of this corporation that he nay
deem necessary in carrying out the
purposes for which this corporation is
formed.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, m Lave
hereunto set our hands and sealj This
23d day of May, A. D., 1902.
J. Letton Martin,
Charles Edward Horrocks,
J. Cray Martin,
George W. Bryan,
Otto Van Kanel.
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Signed and sealed in presence of John
1. Hager, as to all A. M. Kelley, ex
cept Kanel. R. P. Hovey as lo V. V.
Kanel.
STATE OF KENTUCKY,
County of Boyd, ss.
Before me, Anna Mary Kelley, a No
ttry Public within and for the County
&nd State aforesaid, duly commissioned
qualified and acting, on this day per
sonally appeared J. Letton Martin, J.
Cray Martin, Charles Edward Hor
rocks anu George W. Bryan, known to
me to be the persons whose names are
subscribed to the foregoing instrument
and severally acknowledged to me that
they executed the same for the purposes
and considerations therein expressed.
Given under my hand and seal of
office this 23rd day of May, A. D., 1902.
My commission expires February 18,
1906.
ANNA MARY KELLEY.
(Notarial Seal)
Notary Public, Boyd County, Ky.
STATE OF NEW YORK,
County of New York,
City of New York.
Before me, R. P. Hovey, a Notary
Public within and for the County and
State aforesaid, duly commissioned,
qualified and acting, on this day per
sonally appeared Otto Von Kanel,
known to me to be the pewon whose
name is subscribed to the foregoing in
strument and acknowledged to me that
he executed the same for the purposes
and considerations therein expressed.
Given under my hand and seal of
office, this 7th day of June, A. D., 1902.
My commission expires June 30th,
1903.
(Notarial Seal) R. P. HOVEY,
Notary Public, Notary Public, New
York Co., No. 231.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Maricopa, ss.
I, B. F. McFall, County Recorder in
and for the County and Territory afore
said, hereby certify that I have com
pared the foregoing copy with the orig
inal Articles of Incorporation of the
"THE UNITED STATES AND GUEE
RERRO EXPLORATION COMPANY,"
filed and recorded in my office on the
4th day of June, 1902, in Book No. 10
of Incorporations at Page and that
the same is a full, true and correct copy
of such original and of the whole there
of. WITNESS my hand and seal of office
this 14th day of June, 1902.
(Seal) B. F. McFALL,
By A. S. Arthur, County Recorder.
Deputy.
Filed and Recorded in the office of
the Secretary of the Territory of Ari
zona this 14th day of June, A. D.. 1902,
at 2 p. m.
ISAAC T. STODDARD,
Secretary of Arizona.
First publication November 21.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF THE
"ALASKA GOLD MINERS' DEVEL
OPMENT AND GUARANTEE
COMPANY.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS: That we, whose hands
are hereunto affixed, do hereby asso
ciate ourselves together for the pur
pose of forming, a corporation under
the laws of the Territory of Arizona,
and to that end make the following
statement:
First: The names of the corporators
are: William F. Matlock, Clarence L.
Andrews, William W. Boughton, Benja
min K. Hall and Henry C. Diers, and
the name of the corporation shall be,
"Alaska Gold Miners' Development and
Guarantee Company." The principal
place In which the business of said cor
poration within the Territory of Ari
zona is to be transacted is Phcenix,
Maricopa County, Arizona, and the
principal place of business or said cor
poration outside the Territory of Ari
zona shall be the City of Skagway in
the District of -Alaska, at which meet
ings of the Board of Directors may be
held, ana the corporation may have
such branch offices either within or
without the Territory of Arizona as
may be established by the Board of Di
rectors. Second- The objects and purposes
for which this - corporation is formed
are:
a. To search for, prospect, examine
and explore mines and grounds suppose, d
to contain minerals and to search for
and obtain Information in regards to
mines, mining claims, mining districts
and localities; to purchase, take on
lease or otherwise acquire any interest
therein, and to hold, sell, dispose of and
deal with land and hereditaments of
any tenure, gold, silver, copper, lead,
tin, quicksilver, iron, stone, coal or
other mine, mining, water, timber or
other rights and generally any property
supposed to contain minerals of any
kind, and undertakings .connected
therewith, and to explore, work, exer
cise, develop, finance and turn to ac
count the same.
b. To searc. for, quarry, assay, crush.
wash, dress, reduce, amalgamate, smelt,
refine and prepare for market metali
ferous quartz and ore, and other min
eral and metal substances, and for this
purrose to buy or otherwise acquire
buildings, plant, machinery, imple
ments, appliances and tools; to buy,
sell, manipulate, export and deal in
ores, metals nnd. minerals of all kinds,
and gen-rally to institute, enter into,
carry on, assist or participate in any
mining and metallurgical operations
and undertakings connected therewith.
c. To purchase or otherwise acquire,
hold, sell, exchange, turn to account,
dispose of, and deal in real and per
sonal property of all kinds, and in par
ticular lands, buildings, hereditaments,
business concerns and undertakings,
mortgages, charges, annuities, patents,
patent-rights, licenses, securities,
grants, cnarters, leases, contracts, op
tions, book debts and claims, and any
interest In real and personal property,
and any claims against such property.
or against any person or Company, and t
to finance and carry on any business
concern or undertaking so acquired.
d. To promote, acquire, construct,
equip, maintain, improve, work, man
age and control, or aid in or subscribe
towards the promotion, acquisition,
construction, eouinment. malntainence.
improvement, working, management or j
ontrol of works, undertakings and op
erations of all kinds, and in particular
road3, tramways, railways, telegraphs,
telephones, ships, lighters, piers, docks.
quays, wharves, warehouses, bridges,
viaducts, acqueducts reservoirs, em
bankments, water-works, water-cours
es, canals, flumes, irrigations, drainage,
saw-mills, crushing-mills, smelting
works. Iron, steel, engineering and im
plement work, hydraulic works, gas
and electric lighting, electrical works,
power supply, quarries, collieries, coke
over.?, foundries, turnaces, factories,
carrying undertakings by land and wa
ter, markets, exchanges, hotels, resi
dences, stores, shops and places of
amusement, recreatloti or Instruction,
whether for the purpose of the Com
pany or for sale or hire, to or in return
for any consideration from any other
company or persons.
e. To transact and carry on all kinds
of Agency and commission business,
and in particular to collect monies, roy
alties, revenue. Interests, rents, debts,
to negotiate loans, to find investments.
and to issue and place shares, stocks,
tonds, debentures, debenture stock or
securities.
f. To subscribe for, purchase, or oth
erwise acquire, hold, sell, exchange,
dispose of and deal in shares, stocks.
bonds, debentures, debenture stock, or
obligations of any company, domestic
or foreign, or of any authority, su
preme, municipal, local or otherwise.
g. To guarantee the payment of
money, secured by or payable under or
in respect of bonds, debentures, deben
tures stock, contracts, mortgage",
charges, obligations and securities of
any company, whether domestic or for
eign, or of any authority supreme, mu
nicipal, local or otherwise, or of any
persons whomsoever whether corporate
or unincorporate.
h. To receive moneys, securities anil
valuables of all kinds on deposit at in
terest or otherwise, or for safe custody
and gene-rally to carry on the business
of a safe deposit company.
1. To lend money to such parties and
on such terms, with or without securi
ty, as may seem expedient, and particu
larly to customers or any persons hav
ing dealings with the Company, and to
guarantee the performance of contracts
by members of or companies having
dealing with the company, and to draw,
accept endorse, discount, issue, buy, sell
arrd deal in bills of exchange, promis
sory notes, drafts, bill of lading, coup
ons, warrants and other negotiable or
transferable instruments, and buy, sell
and deal in bullion, specie and coin.
J. To borrow or raise or secure the
payment of money for the purpose of
the company in such manner and upon
such terms as may seem expedient and
to secure the re-payment or payment
thereof by bonds, debentures or deben
ture stock the same to be made payable
to bearer or otherwise, and issuable or
payable either at p4r or at a premium
or discount or by mortgages, scrip cer
tificates, bills of exchange or promissory
notes, or by any other instrument or in
such manner as may be determined,
and for any such purposes to charge all
or any part of the property of the com
pany, both, present and future, includ
ing its uncalled capital, and to allot the
shares of the company credited as fully
or partly paid up, or bonds, debentures,
debenture stocks issued by the company
as the whole or part of the purchase
price for and property purchased by
the company, or for any valuable con
sideration. k. To give the call of shares and to
confer any preferential or special right
to the allotment of shares on such
terms and in such manner as may seem
expedient.
1. To do all such other things as are
Incidental or may be thought conducive
to the attainment of the above objects,
or any of them.
Third: . The authorized amount of
capital stock of this corporation shall
be Ten Thousand dollars ($10,000.00) di
vided into ten thousand shares of the
par value of One Dollar ($1.00) each. At
such time as the Board of Directors
may by resolution direct, said capital
stock shall b2 paid Into this corporation
either in cash or by the salj and trans
fer to it of real or personal property for
the uses and purposes of said corpora
tion. In payment for which shares of
the capital stock of the said corpora
tion may be issued, and the capital
stock so issued shall thereupon and
thereby become and be fully pail up
and ron-assesable, and In the absence
of actual fraud in the transaction the
judgment of the directors as tJ the
value of the property purchased shall
be conclusive.
Fourth: The time of the commence
ment of this corporation sh-tll be the
date of filing of uiese Articles of Incor
poration in the office of the Secretary
cf Arizona, and the termination thereof
shall be twenty-five years thereafter.
Fifth: The affairs of the corporation
shall be conducted by a Board of five
Directors and the following named
shall constitute the Board of Directors
until their successors are elected: Wil
liam F. Matlock. Clarence L. Andrews,
William W. Boughton, Benjamin K.
Hall and Henry C. Diers.
Thereafter a BoaYd of Directors shall
bo elected from among the Stock-holders
as the By-Laws of the corporation
may provide.
Sixth: The highest amount of in
debtedness cr liability, direct or con
tingent, to which thin corporation is at
any time subject shall be 8?ven thous
and five hundred dollars ($7,500.00).
Seventh: The private property cf the
Stockholders of this corporation shall
be exempt from corporate debts of any
kind whatsoever,
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have
hereunto set our hands and seals this
Twentieth day of May, A. D., 1902.
W. W. BOUGHTON. ,
BENJAMIN K. HALL,
HENRY C. DIERS.
CLARENCE L. ANDREWS
WILLIAM F. MATLOCK.
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
District of Alaska, ss.
Before me, Ihe undersigned, a Notary
Public, In and for the District of Alas
ka, duly qualified, commissioned and
acting, residing at Skagway, on this
twentieth day of May," A. D.. 1902, per
sonally appeared William F. Matlock,
Clarence L. Andrews, William W.
Boughton, Benjamin K. Hall and
Henry C Diers, nil well known to me to
be the Individuals described in, whoso
names are subscribed to, and who exe
cuted the annexed instrument and who
acknowledged to me the execution
thereof to be their free and voluntary
act and deed for the uses and purposes
therein expressed.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed my
official seal, at my office in the said
Distric t the day and year last above
written.
' (Notarial Seal) J. G. PRICE.
Notary Public for Alaska.
My commission exp:re3 April, 1906.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Maricopa, ss.
I, B. F. McFall, County Recorder In
and for the County and Territory afore
said, hereby certify that I have com
pared the foregoing copy with the orig
inal Articles of Incorporation of the
ALASKA GOLD MINERS' DEVELOP
MENT AND GUARANTEE COM
PANY filed and recorded in my office
on the 1st day of July, 1902, in Book No.
10 of Incorporations ct Page and
that the same is a full, true and correct
copy of such original and of the whole
thereof.
Witness my hand and sealof office
this 1st day of July, 1502.
(Seal) B. F. McFALL.
By A. S. Arthur, County Recorder.
Deputy.
Filed and Recorded in the office of
the Secretary of the Territory of Ari
zona this 1st day of July. A. D., 1902,
at 3 p. m.
ISAAC T. STODDARD,
Secretary of Arizona.
First publication November 21.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF THE
GOLDEN ANCHOR MINING COM
PANY." KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS, That we, whose hands are
hereunto affixed, do hereby associate
ourselves together for the purpose of
forming a corporation under the laws
of the Territory of Arizona, and to that
end make the following statement:
FIRST: The names of the corpora
tors are: Paul Gaston, Edward Bowes,
D. C. Mitchell, I). P. Hocking and A.
M. McDonald and the name of the cor
poration shall be GOLDEN ANCHOR
MINING COMPANY. The principal
place in which the business of said cor
poration within the Territory of Ari
zona is to be transacted is I'hoenix,
Maricopa County, Arizona, and the
principal place of business of sal 1 cor
poration outside the Territory of Ari
zona shall be the City of San Francisco,
In the State of California, at which
meetings of the Board of Directors may
be held, and the corporation may have
such branch offices either within or
without the Territory of Arizona aa
r..ay be established by the board of di
rectors. SECOND: The general nature of the
business proposed to be transacted by
this corporation is as follows, to-wit:
To make contracts; to purchase,
le-tse, bond, locate or otherwise acquire,
own, exchange, sell or otherwise dis
pose of, pledge, mortgage, hypothecate
and deal in real estate and any and all
kinds of personal property mines, min
ing claims, oil lands, mineral lands, oil,
gas, asphaltum, petroleum, asbestos,
salt water and water rights and ma
chinery and to work, mine, explore,
operate and develop the same; to do a
general real estate, manufacturing and
mercantile business; to own, handle and
rontrol letters patent and inventions
and shares of capital stock of other
corporations, to borrow money and exe
cute notes, bonds, mortgages or deeds
of trust to secure the same, and to ex
ercise in respect of ail such bonds,
mortgages, notes, shares of capital
stock and other securities and obliga
tions any and all rights, powers and
privileges of individual owners thereof,
including the right to vote upon auy
shares of stock held by it to the same
extent that a natural person might or
could do; and in general to do all
things necessarj to the proper conduct
of the business of this corporation In
the territory and elsewhere, not incon
sistent with the laws of the United
States and the Territory cf Arizona.
THIRD: The authorized amount of
capital stock of this corporation shall
be One Million dollars ($1,000,000.00), di
vided into One Million (1,000.000) shares
of the par value of One Dollar ($1.00)
each. At such time as the Board of Di
rectors nicy by resolution direct, said
capital stock rhall be paid into this
corporr.t'on eithr in cash or by the
sale and transfer-to it of real or per
sonal property for the uses and pur
poses of said corporation, in payment
for which shares of the capital stock of
said corporation may be issued and the
capital stock so issued shall thereupon
and thereby become and be fully-paid
up and non-assessable, and in the ab
sence of r.ctual fraud in the tiansaction
the judgment of the directors as to the
value cf the property purchased shall
be conclusive.
FOURTH: The time of the com
mencement of this corporation shall be
the date of the filing of these Articles
of Incorporation in the office of the
Secretary of Arizona, and the termina
tion thereof shall be twenty-five years
thereafter.
FIFTH: The affairs of this corpora
tion shall be conducted by a Board of
Five (5) Directors and the following
named shall constitute the Board of Di
rectors until their successors are elect
ed: Paul Gaston, Edward Bowes, D.
C. Mitchell, D. P. Hocking and A. M.
McDonald. Thereafter the Board of
Directors shall be elected from among
the stockholders as the By-Laws of the
corporation may provide. The officers
of said corporation until their success
ors are elected shall be Edward Bowes,
president; Paul Gaston, vice-president,
and D. C. Mitchell, secretary; D. C.
Mitchell, treasurer.
SIXTH: The highest amount of in
debtedness or liability, direct or con
tingent, to which this corporation is at
any time subject shall be One Hundred
Thousand dollars ($100,000.00). which
amount does not exceed two-thirds the
amount of the capital stock.
SEVENTH: The private property of
the stockholders of this corporation
shall be exempt from corporate debts
of any kind whatsover.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. We have
hereunto set our hands and seals this
23 d day of June, 1902.
PAUL GASTON. (Seal)
EDWARD BOWES, (Seal.)
D. C. MITCHELL, (Seal)
D. C. HOCKING. (Seal)
A. M. McDONALD. (Seal)
STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
County of San Francisco, ss.
On this 23rd day of June, in the-year
1902. before me. Edwin W. Woodward,
a Notary Public in and for the State
and County aforesaid, residing therein,
duly commissioned and sworn, person
ally appeared Paul Gaston, Edward
Bowes, D. C. Mitchell, D. P. Hocking,
A. M. McDonald, known to me to be the
persons described in, whose names are
subscribed to. and who executed the
annexed instrument, and they aeknol
edged to me that they executed the
same for the purposes and considera
tions 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 written.
EDWIN W. WOODWARD.
(Notarial Seal)
My commission expires June ISth, 1903
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Maricopa, ss.
I. B. F. McFall. County Recorder In
and for the County and Territory afore
said, hereby certify that I have com
pared the foregoing copy with the orig
inal Articles of Incorporation of the
GOLDEN ANCHOR MINING COM
PANY filed and recorded in my office
on the 27fh day of June, 1902, in Book
No. 10 of Incorporations at Page and
that the same is a full, true and correct
copy of such original and of the whole
thereof.
WITNESS my hand nnd seal of office
this 27th day of June. 1902.
(Seal) B. F. McFALL,
By . . S. Arthur, County Recorder.
Deputy.
Filed and Recorded in the office of
the Secretary of the Territory of Ari
zona this 27th clay of June, A. D., 1902,
at two p. m.
ISAAC T. STODDARD.
Secretary of Arizona.
First publication November 21.
PROFESSIONAL
COMMERCIAL HOTEL PARBER SHOI'
iteopeneu. new anil up to date siyp -s.
best tonsorial service in th city. Fine
baths for ladies and Kent lemon. Expert
Rlioe.sh injne. I. TANNER. Proprietor.
TO THE PCbl.lC-J. A. Knlwher, auctioiirer.
I am now ready to Ret the best possible prices
for your jroodf. Leave ordcis 117 . Jeffei
son St., t'reigh ton's Feed Store.
CLAIRVOYANT. MADAM LA MOSS,
i no woriu renowned menium, can re
consulted on affairs of life; she is re
nowned for her reading- on past and
future events of life, and gives advice
on business of all natures. Call and Le
convinced, si sout n nurd Ave.
LADIES call on Mbl'. Simpson for up to-date
Tel. Main 2-VJI.
C. H. VALENTINE Brick contractor.
29 Indiana St.
LEAVE ORDERS at Ben L. Bear's for
L.Vijrcins, manicuring, facial massage,
shampooing and scalp treatment.
D. L. CONNOR. Osteopath. The only
graduate In the territory un
der the founder of the science. Dr. A.
T. Still. American School of Osteopathy,
Kirksville, Mo. Office 8 West Adams,
I'hoenix, Ariz. Oflice phone, 1494. Res.
phone, 20S3.
FRANK SHIRLEY.
Expert Chiropodist. Tel. Main 236
Easement. Cor. Wash, and Center St.
REV. DR. BERNARD POS. Osteopath,
Hydropath, Masseur, Doctor of Psycho
logy. Master Electrician. Famous Bat
tle Creek Sanitarium methods in curing
stomach troubles and rheumatism. We
silso keep a complete stock of their
wonderful health foods. Treatments
very reasonable. 135 W. Monroe, near
M. E. Church.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
E. E. PASCOE. Notary Public. Convey
ancing a specialty. Acknowledgments
taken. 110 North Center Btreet,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
Oliver P. Morton. Arthur J. Edwards.
EDWARDS & MORTON.
Lawyers.
19 S. Center St. Phoenix. Aria.
AMBROSE & RICHARDSON. Livery and
Feed. Telephone 29T.1. 429 West Wash
ington etreet, I'hoenix, Arizona.
POPULAR
All advertisements runninq for less time
FOR RENT Nice h-.;urekeepir.g rooms.
IPO N. 3rd Ave.
THE WESTMINSTER. New furnish
ed and unfurnished rooms. Corner
Center and Van Buren streets.
FOR RENT. A luire number of fur
nished and unfurnished rcoms and
houses. Allow r.s to help you' find a
desirable location. Information free.
The Valley Realty Co., 13 N. Center
Ftreet.
FOR KENT. Three rooms, separate or
for light housekeeping. 54G West
Madison.
LARGE, well ventilated rooms for $1.50
to $3.00 per week, board $1.75 per
week, or 25c per meal; home cooking.
Mills house. West Washington St.
ROOMS with board at Grant's, firs:
house eat of Indian School. P. O.
bos 1CC3.
FoR RENT. Desirable furni-hed
rooms $10 per month. Inquire Phoe
nix Trust Co., 102 W. Adams St.
GOOD country board, including room,
$1.00 per day at "Donn" rr.nch. or!e
mile north Indian school, Cave Creek
road.
THE ""a RCADEr32South Center St7
opposite Commercial Hotel Elegantly-furnished
rooms with use of bath;
everything new, modern p.nd strictly
first-class; no invalids taken.
TWO neartiy furnished rooms for rent;
II per week each. Inquire William
Limhrnok. 214 E. Washington street.
C H'NTR Y-Bo"a1iD. Persons wishing
to board in the country can find first
class accommodations at the Rum
ney, on Grand avenue, Vi miles from
P. O. Free transportation to city
dally. Telephone 331.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT. Nicely furnished rooms
en suite. IS V.. Washington street,
over "The Hub."
FOR "RENT. Two pleasant furnished
looms suitable for light housekeep
ing. 1001 East Washington, end of
car line.
FOR RENT At Scottsdale, houses,
rooms, tents with board, or for light
housckeepinrj
-t vat r an ? health
iest 1 !
Soli:: u
dai j.
ice in the valley. Tcnv.a iea
. Address J. L. Davis, Scctts-
THREE nicely furnished rooms for
rent, en suite or single Suitable for
light h jusekeeping. Gillum, 13th St.,
Brill audition. Street car conductor
kilOWF.
V A NT ED Dining roe m
Kciro, corner Third
Adams sneet at or.ee.
girl at
avenue
the
and
WANTED Seamstress by the day
431 West Washington street.
ut
Si I UATIONS WAN I ED
WANTED A situation as cook in good
mining camp or restaurant by first
class all around man. H. E. B. this
office.
SITUATION WANTED I J y two ladies
age 3G and 3S, or.e .is good cook and
h ouseXecT.tr, the other is good busi
ness woman. Speak German. P. O.
address Box 1103. Los Angeles. Cal.
WANTED By English woman, posi
tion as companion, nurse, cr nursery
governess. Address, Miss R-, this
o!l'. e.
WANTED. A situation as se' ond or
ciir.ing room girl. Call 413 N. First
Ave.
WANTED Lady to do houseworK;
small family; no washing; will pay
$10.00 per week to right party. 64o
North 7th Avenue.
WANTED. Lady for light employ
ment a few hours each day. Address
Lady, this office.
BOY wanted to carry newspaper route.
McNeill Co.
WANTED. A thoroughly reliable, en
ergetic woman who has had some ex
perience in caring for the sick. Ad
dress C. V. Co.. this office.
BOY wanted to feed pies. McNeill C.
WANTED A man io uo special agency
work in Arizona. M. Willey, General
Delivery.
i 'A pXeLE SALESM A N to cover Ari
zona with stpple line. High commis
sions with advance of $100.00 monthly.
Permanent position to right man.
.Toss H. Smith Co., Detroit, Mich.
WANTED Girl or woman to do cham
ber work and who can stay per
manently. Giegory House, 225 East
Washington street.
WANTED Cook and helpt r at onc e.
JS1.000 per "month. Casa Loma. Tempe.
GIRL
V.' ANTED Light
housework.
Mrs. II. B. St. Claire.
WANTED Board In a privata fami'y
who have no other boarders by two
Southern gentlemen. Address W. A.
(.. care this paper.
WANTED Housekeeping rooms by
young couple. Central location, no
invalids, state price and particulars.
Address box 29 Republican.
WANTED Use of horse and buggy t
few hours each forenoon. Might buy
if reasonable. Address "Buggy,"
this office.
WANTED Small house, furnished for
light housekeeping by man and wife.
Dry, sunny location preferred. Ad
dress House, this office.
SEWARD E. will be gieatly benefited
by sending his addre?s to his Uncle
Tom at St. L-iuis, Mo., at once.
ANTIHIESI'TE removes superfluous
hair by the rnots without pain or in
flammation. Why pot be beautiful?
ITermlcss: mnde of purest drugs:
guaranteed: price S5: Famp'.e and
booklet 2r.c The Antihlrsute Co., 113
Powell St., San Francisco. Cal.
WANTED. To buy hens. $5 per dozen.
-Call on or telephone Ed. Olsen, South
Seventh Ave. Phone 3221.
WANTED. To buy brown Leghorn
pullets. Address, stating price, "F,"
Box 7S3,
WANTS
8
tlian one month ntu,: be ps'il 1 advance.
WANTED By a healthy yo.ng man.
a nice home In tru- country where
there Ir, r.o sickness. Address, giving
full particulars, P. O. Box SS2.
WANTED. To P;an Jl.UuO at 8 per cent
on city or county real estate close in.
No commission if taken by December
1. Address Loan, this oflice.
llOL.N'f ti 1' BOARD. Best J '-cation;
sanitary surroundings. Those not
very sick desired.' Eox 422.
5-C'j0 to loan on real estate; S per cent;
r.o commission; no waiting. Address
J. AV. Primm. Phoenix. Ariz. Box 2;'-".
'GIRL for housework wanted who can
cook, good wages, steady employ
ment. Call on 214 East Van Buren
, street.
WANTED Waiters, man and girl, at
the English Kitchen; good wages.
A CIGAR salesman wanted to repre
sent large Porto Rico cigar manu
facturer"; a splendid opportunity for
the right party. Address Antonio
Ramirez Y Ca., 79 Fourth Ave., New
York City.
CLOTHING o.- cleileaevN for trie poor
and sick can be left at the roorre oS
th? Worran'e Christian Ternptrajica
Union, corner of Monroe and Ctitj-a!
Ave. Th?y will be carefully dlatrt'eut
xl Tho In neefl f'as cwll.
A4KS. ELIZA A. XYARD3, xjri
er.ced card reader, tells past, present
and future: Ladies. I5c; fEBWD.
63 cents. 2?.l Buchanj. lret, crr
of Third atreftt.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE. Gentle pony suitable for
either riding or driving: cheap. In
quire at Burger corral.
KOH, SALE. Resurrection plant!?, 2,1c:
par.cy pla:t?, I'c doz.; white stock,
lc; purpie anJ re.!, 2c. Home grown
!-,?:? ar.d carnations r.ow ready for
planting. Dave Turner, North Center
stieet. ,
FOX: SALE Four tons good seed
wheat. L. Cassidy, Creighton block.
FOR SALE Young Durham bull Cage,
one rni'e south of Indian school.
THREE nice gentle s:tidle ponies for
sale. Star Corral.
( AUCTION SALES. I will continue tlnr
auction business at the old "stand, 23
S. First Ave. I can be found at 127
N. First Ave., or phone 2D2G. W.
Scott.
! PIANO for rent or sale.
127 N. Fourth
avenue.
FOR SALE. 110 young white Leghorn
hens; 3 tons stacked wheat; 1 mile
f-nst of asylum. E. L. Sutton.
I FOR SALE. At a great bargain, cor
ner business Tot on Adams St. Phoe
rix Vrust Co., 102 W. Adams St.
F O I S A LEDesi r ab 1 edwe 1 1 ing Ben"
r.elt addition: one dwelling on Adams
St., one dwelling on First Ave., all
bargains. Phoenix Trust Co., 102 W.
Adams St.
FOR SALE The Model Grocery. This
is one of the best business chances in
I'hoenix; a nice clean stock; first
class location: long lease; best paying
class of trade and business Is on a
paying basis; must be sold soon to
settle trusteeship. Call or on address
C. F. Leonard, trustee. Phoenix. Ariz.
FrKNlSHE;
si.ns for sal
ROOMS FOR RENT"
at the Republican office.
LOST AND FOUNT)
::t;:rd:iy. Blue Silk Waist pat
Return to Alkire's.
to the McBride lanch on the
Christy road, a sorrel hoise. branded,
white far-p, Vhort tail. Owner prov
ing property and paying charges can
have same.
LO ST. Anchor Belt pin with U. S. N'T
on it. Please return to F. A.. Re
publican office.
INVESTMENTS.
$3,000 to $4,000 to lean upon good
ranch proi erty under the Salt or Mari
copa canals.
Center Street Property.
Beautiful 5-room brick, 1 acre ground.
Fruits. Jlowers. chicken yards and sta
ble. Good ,10-ft. we'.:: only 2 miles
from P. O. Can be had now for $2.1S0.
TAYLOR m, SON
Heal Estate and Investments
No. 11 North First Ave.
In the District Court of the Third Ju
dicial Distric t. Territory of Arizona, in
and for Maricopa County.
Fhoenix National Bank, h corpora
iicn, plnintiff, vs. W. II. Beardsley and
II. L. More;-, dfendrtntn.
Action brought in the district court
of the Third Judicial District of the
Territory of Arizona, in and for M:tri
copa county, F.r.d the complaint filed
in s::i l Maricopa county, in the ofTice
t.f the clerk of s;iij district court.
"Alias."
In the name of the Territory of Ari
zona, to W. H. Beard.dey and H. L.
Morey, defendants, greeting: You arc
hereby summoned and r;-';uired to ap
pear in nn action brourrht against you
by the above named plaint!:?, in the
district court of the Third Judi i-il Dis
trict of the Territory of Arizona, in
u::d for f! e cour.'v of Maricopa, and
answer the complaint therein filed with
the clerk of this said court, at Fhf.v
nix. in said county, within twenty dnys
after the service upon you of this sum
mons, if servedin this said county, or
in all other cases within thirty day
thereafter, the times above mention' d
bei.m exclusive- of th day of servb ".
or judgment by default will be taken
against you.
Given vnder my hand and si a! of t'v;
district court of Cue T!ii:d Judicial Dis
trict of the territory of Arizona, in and
for Maricopa county, this ISth ciay of
October. A. D.. 1902.
(Seal.) ELTAS F. Dl'NLEVY.
Clerk of Said District Court.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Some men will get out of bed at 1
o'clock in the morning and run to a fire
who can't be induced to get up at 7
o'clock to start one in the furnace.
LOST
tern.
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