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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1909.
S-H-H-H H"l 1 ! M"M"M"M"M"M"M- .HH-H-M-H-H M i M-M M'1 H M-H-M-l M'fl .M"M"H'Mi fl.M"K-H"M t M "M'flflii f ..;' i'M i'M M-M-M-H-H-H-4-H- LMFE -DEPARTMENT, i-l M H-t-K I I I i'M"M"M'M'4-M--H-fr-H t i 1 'M-M-K-S-MH-l 1 ! t-fr 4HHWH4WWHW4 W'l I I M 11 M I M I I I t 1 4 J2? M ! M !MI H-f Our Great Closing Out Sale Continues Indefinitely Better take Advantange of it W. Lukin Cash Store TEMPE f THE AFTERMATH OF TmipqniiY'Q mmnnM uiuiiuuni u nuunuii OWNERS BETTER PLEASED AT CLOSE OF SALE THAN IN THE MIDDLE. ;Th Total Sales Aggregated Nearly Twenty Thousand Dollars. jmmmmmmrnntmmmmmmmtm W. J. Kingsbury, Pres. H. G. Corson, Cashier. Farmers' and Merchants' Bank Tempe, Arizona. If you want to lend or borrow money on real estate, see us. J WARM WEATHER DEMANDS IT $ Good lee Cream, made fresh every day. LAIRD & DINES, DRUGGISTS. Tempe. I I II I I ! I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I HI I I I HI I I I I I I 1 I M I I H Mj. LILY MILK I Is prepared to meet the demands for a milk that is ;: perfectly sanitary and whose purity is a known ;: scientific certainty. For sale by all first class ; : grocers. PACIFIC CREAMERY COMPANY. Tempe, Arizona. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I f I I I I I I I T "ii linn i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 T g See These Bargains iu acres wun a good brick bouse, full pro rata of Tempe -water and otherwise well improved; a half mile from the Normal school. A twenty acre tract 2V. miles from town. Good house; one eighth share of Tempe water; standing crop of grain and alfalfa. Both of these pieces of land are exceptionally good buys and will be sold reasonable if taken at once. ANDREW NIELSON -TEMPE 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f 7. pring Goods A complete assort ment on hand and more arriving daily. ARIZONA MERCAN TILE CO. Different Amounts of MONEY TO LOAN Call and see me. R. A. WlrJDES. Real Estate. Loan and Insurance Agt FINCH & CARR, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Tempe, Ariz. Phones: 131, Finch; 179. Carr. t I I II I III I I I I II I I I I I SEE US For Plastering, Brick- :: '' laying, Cement Walks, :: :: Concrete Work. Walls :: tinted. Kalsomining a ' specialty. :: I; Gregg & Britton J Tempe, Arizona. 4- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 4-4-i- Good Ice Cream and Ice Cream Soda at HARMER'S DRUG STORE W-W-H-M-H "M 1 8-8-M"M"M"M GO TO THE GREEN FRONT REAL ESTATE OFFICE For 10, 20, 30, 40, 60 and 80-acre or larger tracts of land. Also city property of all kinds. A. B. TOMLINSON. Loans and Notary Tempe, Arizona. "H"H"M"H I '1 I i I M M"M 1' Ml It1 jj SUMMER IS HERE :: Try One of Our Deli- :: :: cious Ice Cream Sodas :: Easterwocd's Confectionery 1 "M I M S I 1 1 I M"M III 1 1 H I M M-M ,ifM"H"M"M' I .M"M"M M"i- TRY THE OLIVE ? For meals that are best i in every respect. Illlllllllll MM IIH'HW WATCHES! Qents' Elgin WATCHES! or Waltham Watches $5.00. See us for bargains. FRANK LA MONT, Jeweler and Optometerist. Tempe, Ariz. WATCHES! WATCHES! 22c FOR EGGS i i at the Goodwin Parry Mer- cantile Co. SNAKES BY EXPRESS. A consignment of snakes and liz ards was received here yesterday for the great Russell shows from San Antonio, Texas, to which place they had been imported from various for eign lands. The Russell show car ries a fine den of snakes and the ones shipped in yesterday add materially to an already large collection. A new line of corset covers just re ceived, and wiling cheap. Lukln's fash Store. Street talk yesterday consisted largely of a discussion of the auction 'sale of the Tempe Land and Im- , provement Co. lots the day before. , It seems that the account of the j auction published in yesterday's pa per, created an impression that was l easily misunderstood and- in reality did not convey the real thought of the owners of the property in regard to the success of the sale. This is easily accounted for by reason of the fact that the interview with L. W. Blinn, published yesterday, in which he ex pressed disappointment at the crowd, the selling price of the lots and other things, was had at two o'clock in the afternoon. Mr. Blinn was not seen again during the day and left on the evening train for Los Angeles. It appears, however, that after making this statement to the reporter, there was evidenced a much better demand for the lots and when the sale was finally closed on account of darkness, Mr. Blinn again expressed himself, this time in much different terms. Before leaving the city he told Auc tioneer Getsinger, who conducted the sale, that the results were entirely pleasing to him and thnt he was veil satisfied. That Mr. Blinn wrs sin cere In this later statement is made evident by the fact that he engaged Mr. Getsenger to conduct another sale on the same plan two weeks from that date. When it became too late to con tinue the sale Thursday r.ft"-non. Just an even half of the lots had been disposed of at a good average figure. It was at this point that Mi. Blinn conferred with the auctioneer regard ing the disposition of the remaining lots. To get the sentiment of the people gathered there regarding the holding of another sale, Mr. Getsinger asked how many would attend and the reply was practically unanimous. It was therefore arranged that the remaining sixty-five lots would be sold on the same plan Thursday, May 6th. It may be Interesting to the public to know who were the purchasers on Thursday, and the following list of buyers has been obtained, together with the number of lots purchased: Eli Sears, one; B.. B. Moeur, seven; F. J. Brechan. one; J. W. Woolf, three; W. II. Wilbur, two: J. F. Ap pleby, three; W. C. R. Matchan, two; Dr. R. L. Alexander, one; A. J. Peters, two; Niels Petersen, seven; G. R. Finch, four; Chas. Birdkenkamp, two; Prof. A. . Matthews, five; Chas. Woolf, two; J. M. Gilland. one; B. H. Scudder, three; Guy Nichols, one; Prof. F. C. Ayer, three; Frank La Mont, two; J. A. Harmon, two; L. L. Harmon, two; J. C. Robbins, two; Fenton Jones, two. The total sales aggregated $19,595. It is noticeable that without ex ception all the buyers were local par ties. A numler bought merely for investment, while others bought with the intention of building on the prop erty In the near future. Several par ties are already planning homes there and there Is no question but that the disposition of this large number of residence lots will add much to Tempe in the very near future. The fact that nearly $20,000 worth of property was sold here Thursday in less than a day's time Indicates that the value of Tempe realty Is fully appreciated by the local resl dents. It also speaks well for the auctioneer and for the town. It is a Question whether or not such a sale as that of Thursday could be dupll catcd in any other town In the valley. A MOTHER'S DEATH ! LEARNED RY WIRE: There Was No Previous of Her III Health. Intimation H. S. Schaulis received a telegram yesterday from Sabetha, Kansiis, an nouncing the death of his mother that morning. No particulars were given in the wire. It was a great shock to Mr. Schaulis, as when he left there a couple of months ago she was In he usual state of health and since then he had learned nothing to the con trary. His father has been critically ill for some time and It was his con dition that made his recent trip home necessary. It is thought that the worry and care of her sick husband was more or less responsible for her sudden demise. Mr. Schaulis finds it impossible to attend the funeral and so wired his sister yesterday. Mrs. Schaulis Is well known to a number of Tempe people, who will be pained to learn of her death. Sev eral years ago she payed Tempe a visit and many people living here now were former residents of Sabetha and were intimately acquainted with her. hi null li'S' I i H..K-H-1-H 'i 111-18111 Mil I II M 5 M M"l II 1 1 f SALT RIVER VALLEY NEWS ....,..H"H"Mii1i 1 MM H I il"Iiiti""Ii'tiit,'l"H"I',I"i"I"I"I,iI"I"i"I' I"I I'M 11 !! H (Continued from Pag 2.) 'Il'lll'lll'llllll Mil Mill I RURAL ROUTE NO. 4. j. t i M M"! M M I M M I I M l I I i t UNION MEETING There will be a lively union meeting and temperance rally at the Congre gational church on Sunday evening at 7:45 o'clock. The following is the program: Devotional Rev. Harden. Music Prof. Johnston. Anti-Saloon League Dr. H. A. Hughes. The Teacher's Relation to the Cause of Prohibition Prof. Matthews. Prohibition and Education in Gen- ral Dr. Blome. The Politician and Prohibition Hon. J. W. Woolf. Prohibition and the New State of Arizona Prof. Scudder. Choosing of delegates to the Anti Saloon League convention, which meets at Phoenix on the 27th Inst. CHURCH NOTICES. Congregation Church. Sunday ser vices April 25, as follows: Bible school at 10 a.m.; J. H. Price Supt. Parents who wish their children to lead upright, reverent lives will see to it that they form regular habits of attendance at the services of the church. Preaching at 11 by the pas tor. Theme. "The First Missionary Church." Acts 11:23. Christian En deavor meeting at 6:45. Business of importance; don't fail to be present. At 7:45 there will be a mass meeting of the citizens of Tempe, lxking to the elimination, of the saloon from Arizona. All the churches have united. Several prominent citizens have been engaged to speak. Music by the choir; Prof. J. L. Johnston leader. John Harden, minister. Baptist Church There will be ser vices Sunday as follows: Sunday School at 10 a.m., R. A. Windes, sup erintendent. Preaching at 11 a.m. by Rev. - T. F. McCourtney. Children's meeting at 3:30 p.m., Mrs. Wood sup erintendent, B. Y. P. V. at 6:43, Miss Poil president. Union meeting at the Congregational church at 7:45 p.m. Goods ordered months ago are just now arriving and are being offered at closing-out prices at Lukin's Cash Store. THE PROGRAM OF W.C.T.U. CONTEST AN OPERATION. An operation for appendicitis was yesterday performed on John Say lor. The physicians were Doctor Moeur. Dines and Plath, the latter of Phoenix. NEWS NOTES. The Indies of the Maccabees are planning a dance at the Cosmopolitan hall on the evening of the 30th. Good music has been provided and it is expected that it will be a very pleas ant affair. The Misses Halhert left yesterday morning for Los Angeles where tney will spend the summer. Justice of the Peace Ed Carr yes terday sent a Mexican to the county Jail for ten days. His sentence was a little heavier than it might other wise have been by reason of an inci dent In the court room. The Mexican was a bit inclined to talk back. The Hough lots on East 8th street have been sold through the agency of R A. Windes to Miss Mary Leavell. This property is just north of tht Baptist church and faces Sth street. Mrs. E. J. Surface left yesterday for Missouri after an extended visit here with relatives. H. I. Latham of Phoenix and a party of friends left here yesterday afternoon on a trip to Roosevelt by auto. A GARDEN PARTY. The Episcopal Guild wishes to an nounce to the Tempe public that it intends to give a garden party Sat urday, May 13, afternoon and even ing, at the residence, of Mrs. A. J. Mathews. Sherbet, punch, ice cream and cake will be sold. There will also be a loan exhibit of art and antiques. Do you use any lemons this hot weather? We have them; good qual ity, Cc. per dozen by the box. F. S. Baldwin. . .Iw.Jv The following program was ren dered at the W. C. T. U. medal con test at the Goodwin opera house last evening: Instrumental music Chas. Cage Prayer Rev. Cheek Piano solo, "Evalcna" Maud Tong Recitation, "College Oil Cans" Francis Geach Song. "Barney, Take Me Home Again" Mabel Quinn Piano solo, "Conamoor, or "With My Love" Jessie Dlckerson Piano solo, "Golden Ray" Lenore Gibscn Recitation, "An Old Man's Story"... Alt. Fo-al Song, "Baby's Prayer". .Evelyn Nettle Piano solo, "The Mill" Nellie Still Piano solo, "Swing Song" Gussie Miller Recitation, "The Price of a Drink" Welcome Matley Piano solo, "Enchanted Bells" Pearl Hilligasso Awarding of Medals Rev. Cheek Chairman of the evening. .Rev. Salyer Owing to heavy school work and last day exercises the gold medal con test has been postponed from May to September. Truth and Quality appeal to the Well-informed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent success and creditable standing. " Accor ingly, it is not claimed that Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is the only remedy of known value, but one of many reasons why it is the best of personal and family laxatives is the fact that it cleanses, sweetens and relieves the internal organs on which it acta without any debilitating after effects and without having to increase the quantity from time to time. It acts pleasantly and naturally and truly as a laxative, and its component parts are known to and approved by physicians, as it is free from all objection able substances. To get its beneficial , Baron FOWLER. Fowler, April 23. Church announce ments: At the Baptist church Sunday school 10 a. m.; preaching, 11 a. m conducted by the pastor, the Rev. Mr. Smith; preaching, 7:30 p. m.; prayer meeting, Thursday evening. At the Holiness Church Sunday school, 10 a. m.; preaching, 11 a. m conducted by the Rev. Mr. Davies of Phoenix; preaching, 7:30 p. m.; cottage prayer meeting, Friday evening. Mrs. Harmon, of Los Angeles, who was here a few days last week, visit Ing her brother, Gcon?e Kay, returned to Phoenix on Monday morning, where she will visit her parents. Mrs. Charles Olmstead was a Phoe nix visitor on Monday. George Crawford, of Phoenix, who was a former resident here, passed through this place on Monday morn ing on his way fo Buckeye, where he is working on the new creamery Mr. Kays is erecting at that place. Dick Taylor visited hs ranch in thi neighborhood on Monday. Floyd Marker, of Phoenix, was visitor at the Marker ranch on Sun day. Mrs. Kelly and daughter, Lucile, vis ited Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Irving on Sun day afternoon. In the evening Miss Lucile. accompanied by Robert Irving, drove to Phoenix, where she attends high school. Mrs. Charles Root, of Cartwright, called on Saturday afternoon upon Mrs. Connell, who is sick at M. B. Brooks'. Mrs. Connell is recovering from the fall she received a few weeks ago, but is yet unable to walk. Nannie Brooks spent the day. Sun day, as the guest of Miss Alpha Mann Miss Bertha Kohl and Miss Violet Horton spent Sunday with Miss Gladys Kohl in the Isaacs district. The Misses Violet Horton and Ber tha Kohl, Harry and Wes Miller drove to Phoenix on Tuesday e'8nng and attended the moving picture show. Mrs. John Phelps and Mrs. Charles Cartwright visited Mrs. M. B. Brooks on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Sapp entertained at dinner on Sunday the following guests: Jake Herchey and daughters, Sarah and Edna, who, are' visiting In the valley from North Dakota; Mrs. John Mollet and family, Mr. and Mrs. Guerry Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Swartz. Miss Goldia Sapp has been quite 111 this week with la grippe. Clyde Swartz is also on the sick list this week. He was ill enough to neces sitate the calling of a doctor on Friday morning. Mary Irving was a guest at the home of her brother, Jerry Irving, Wednes day. The Rev. Mr. Fields, of Liberty, was a guest of Bruce Brooks, the latter part of last week. While there he went on to Phoenix and secured lum ber to build a derrick which Mr. Brooks is making for him. The grip seems to have the vicinity in its clutches. J. P. Dills and Rob ert Irving are both victims this week. Little Ida Nation is sick with pneumonia. Mr. Jackson, who has been sick for the past two weeks, is able to be out again. Mrs. Bruce took dinner on Friday of last week with Mrs. J. P. Ivy. In the afternoon Mrs. Brooks and Mrs. Ivy attended the conference session of the Woman's Home Mission at Cart wright, where Mrs. Ivy appeared on the program. L. C. Haynes and wife came up from the Agua Fria on Monday and drove to Phoenix. They had with them their son, Roy, who was very sick, and whom they were taking to the doctor. The Good Templar lodge of this part of the valley will give an ice-cream sociable at Cartwright on Wednesday evening, April 28. There will be a short program given. There is just one week more of school. Mr. CTutting's room is spend ing the last few days in hard work, but the primary pupils, ureVer Miss Le Baron, are preparing a program for the afternoon of the last day. Mrs. John Richardson, of Literty, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Quinn Faulk ner. Rev. P. D. Gardner, of Cartwright. called Tuesday afternoon upon Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Brooks ami Mr. and Mrs. George Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Shiflet were guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Hanson. Mrs. John Ellson. of Phoenix, vis ited Mrs. J. II. Smith on Thursday af ternoon v Frank Bryant has gone into the chicken business, his start being 160 little chicks which Mrs. Jim Loyd hatched for h'r-i in her inciibitor. Charlie Forry and! Dr. White, of the Indian school, were callers at Jerry Irving's on Sunday. The Baptist church Is preparing for an all-day meeting a week' from Sun day, May 2. The morning will be giv en up to the children in a sort of May day program. There will be dinner at the church, and in the afternoon the ordinance of baptism will be at tended to. Mr. Simon and son. Evert, from near the Indian school, took dinner on Sun day with Frank Bryant. Treston Wedge worth and Price Smith were al so guests of Mr. Bryant's. Ray Bell visited his parents on the Agua Fria on Sunday. Elizabeth Ivy spent Wednesday evening with her teacher, Miss Le Rev. R- P- Howell, of Los Angeles, and Rev. J. El Crutchfield, of Phoenix. calle-J on Rev. R. H. Fields, Saturday, who was a guest of M. B. Brooks'. Mrs. M. J. Miller, Mrs. Joe Coleman, Mrs. J. D. Marler, of Phoenix, and daughter, Mrs. G. Bright, visited Mrs. Connell on Sunday. Mrs. Eaton and daughter, Georgia, of Kelvin, are visiting Mrs. Le Baron, Mrs. Eaton's mother. In company with Mrs. Le Baron and Miss Lola Le Baron, they spent the day, Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs. Lew Graham. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ivy left on Sat urday night for Tucson to attend the meeting of the I. O. O. F. They re turned on Thursday. At the meeting Mrs. Ivy received the honor of being elected vice-president of the assembly. While her parents were away, Eliz abeth Ivy visited with Tina Brooks. M. J. Miller went to Mesa on Friday to visit a few days with his daughter, Mrs. Gannell. Among those who were Phoenix vis iters this week were Christina and Nellie Elliott, Mrs. M. B. Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Dells, Joe Holly, Will Jack son, Marvin Dils, Jo? Coeman, Lew Graham and Harry Miller. Miss Le Baron visited Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Brooks on Tuesday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Venccl. of Phoenix, drove down to the Agua Fria on Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Haynes. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Swartz attended church at Cartwright on Sunday night They were accompanied by Miss Gol dia Sapp. May 7. the Woman's Home Mission will give an entertainment at Cart wright. which will consist of a most excellent program. Miss White, of Phoenix, will appear on the program in five numbers. Many will remem ber the entertainment given by Miss White two years ago, and can judge of the pleasure obtained by hearing Miss White recite. Ten ladies met with Mrs. G. Bright on Wednesday afternoon and organized a country reading circle. Mrs. Charles Root was elected president, and Mrs. George Kay, secretary and treasurer. The work to be taken up this summer is a study of Arizona. The next meet ing will be next Thursday afternoon with Mrs. George Kays. The follow ing are the charter members: Mrs George Kay, Mrs. Charles Root, Mrs. Mike Wall, Mrs. Lockwood, Mrs. Bright, Mrs. Alvin Wiann, Mrs. M. B. Brooks, Mrs. Jim Marler, Mrs. Pat terson and Mrs. J. A. Riggins. Mr. Cannon and son, from Liberty, w ere guests of Mr. Mcllmoil, this week. Jerry Irving thinks the only place n the valley for a store is on the lot adjoining the Hassayampa Creamery and, judging from his success as a grocery' man, we don't know that he is right. Mrs. Olmstead drove to town on Thursday and took Mr. Cowley, who as been workitig for her for several months. He was on bis wav to Salome i n.cfc his fortune. Mr. Dills, Mr. Mcllmoil and Mr. Har ris marketed cattle on Monday. Frank Bryant took hogs to Phoenix on Tlmrsiiay. Her rv Irvinr cme lown from Glen- dale on Satur-lay night to visit his brother, Jerry Irving. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Riggins End Mrs. Eirhuff visited the Pan-Amtrran Os trich Farm on Sunday afternoon. Haymaking began in earnest this week. C. F. Curry, Secretary of State. J. Hoesch, Deputy. No. 8740. STATE OF CALIFORNIA. DEPAKTMENT OF STATE. I. C. F. Curry, Secretary of State of the State of California, do hereby certify th have carefully compared the annexed copy of Articles of Incorporation of SALT RIVER VALLEY LAND AND FERTILIZER COMPANY with the certified copy of the original now on file In my office, and that the same is a correct transcript therefrom, and of the whole thereof. Also that this au thentication is in due form and by the proper officer. Witness my hand and the great seal of state, at office in Sacramento, Cali fornia, the 8th day of March, A. D. 1909. C. F. CURRY. (SEAL) Secretary of State. J. HOESCH. Deputy. effects always purchase the genuine manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all leading drug-gisto. On Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Bruce Brooks visited Mrs. G. Bright and Mrs. J. A. Vinson. Mrs. Kate Brooks and Mrs. Sam Mc Clure spent the day, Monday, visiting at Bruce Brooks' with Mrs. Connell. RIVE RSI DE-MESQUITE. Riverside-Mesquite, April 3. Al most every one commenced on Mon day to mow the first crop of hay. Mrs. A. Nelson, Miss Eugenia and Mrs. Miller passed through here on Wednesday, en route to Buckeye. J. J. Butts and family were seen riding in a new buggy on Wednesday. H. T. Dearsley took several of his thoroughbred bulls to Phoenix on Tuesday. He intends to ship them to uma. Among those who visited town this week were: Miss Duett Doggett. Mrs. E. Snell, W. M. Doggett, W. Runge, J. Miller. Oscar Roberts, J. J. Butts, R. Reynolds and Bejamin Nelson. Mds. W. M. Doggett is spending this week in town with her daughter, Mrs. E. Bacon. Frank Beasly is putting a Page wire fence around his place. Cecil and Leonard Johnson. are still isiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds. J. J. Miller brought a large bunch of cattle down to his ranch on Thursday. P. N. Nelson is still working in Phoenix. E. Colegrove of The Needles was through here Tuesday, looking for homes for some of the Indians under his charge. Several parties have de cided to take one or more. Dr. Hughes was in this district on Wednesday. On April 11, there appeared In this column a statement to the eff.H-t that several pupils had left the Mcsqulte scnool and entered the Murphy school. This is not true. Only one. Chester Barrington, made such a change. Ches ter lives on the lower Buckeye road, al most exactly half-way between the two schools. He entered the Mesquite school and continued to go until he foun'3 it would be much more con- enient if he should make a change. This he did on account of the road be ing continually flooded A SUBSCRIBER. o Home Tonic for Old People Wonderful results, eventually restor ing full physical vigor, are obtained from the following: To one-half pint good" whiskey add one ounce syrup sar saparilla and one ounce Toris Com pound, which can be procured from any druggist. Take in teaspoonful doses before each meal and before retiring. Know All Men by These Presents: That we, the undersigned, all of whom are citizens and resident of the City of Redlands, County of San Ber nardino. State of California, have this day voluntarily associated ourselves to gether for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the State of California, and we hereby certify That the name of the corporation shall be SALT RIVER VALLEY LAND AND FERTILIZER COMPANY. Second. That the purposes for which it is formed are: To buy and otherwise acquire, to hold and own. manage, operate, improve and develop lands and water rights and water priv ileges, mining claims, mineral rights and other real estate, interests and rights in any of sakl properties; to buy, sell, cure, pack and market all kinds of fruit and farm products, and raise fruit and farm products, to con duct and manage a general stock farm or farms; to buy, sell and handle on commission or otherwise, fertilizers and fertilizer materials; to conduct a general warehouse and storage busi ness; to purchase, acquire, own. hold and sell Its own stock and the stocks and bonds of other corporations; to car ry on and conduct a general store, com mission, mercantile and shipping busi ness; to acquire, own, hold and sell or exchange the capital stock and securi ties of other corporations; to sell, mort gage or lease its property, rights and contracts to other corporations, per son or persons; to acquire, purchase, hold, lease, sell, exchange and other wise deal in lands, leasehold estates and personal property of every kind and description whatsoever; to exe cute and receive deeds of conveyance, mortgages, and any and all other con tracts necessary and proper for carry ing on the aforesaid purpose; to en gage in the business of selling real estate on commission, and to engage in and conduct any and everv kind of business. Said corporation may conduct busi ness In other states and territories of the United States and have one or more offices out of the State of Cali fornia, and acquire, purchase, hold, mortgage, lease, sell and convey real and personal property, out of the State of California. Third. That the place where the principal business of said corporation is to be transacted Is the City of Red lands, in the County of San Bernar dino. State of California. Fourth That the term for which said corporation is to exist is fifty years from and after the date of its incorporation. Fifth. That the number of directors or trustees of said corporation shall be three and the names and residonces of the directors or trustees who are ap pointed for the first year, and to serve until the election and qualification of their successors, are as follows, to wit: Names. Residences. A. S. Parr, Red lands. San Bernardino County, California. O. E. Gaertner, Redlands, San Bernar dino County, California. Halsey W. Allen, Redlands. San Ber nardino County, California. Sixth. That the amount of the capi tal stock of said corporation is $30, 000.00, and the number of shares into which it is divided is 500, of the par value of $100.00 each. Seventh. That the amount of said capital stock which has been actually subscribed is $10,000.00, and the fol lowing are the names of the persons by whom the same has been subscribe-i and the amount subscribed by each of them, to wit: ' Names of Subscribers. No. of Shares. A. S. Parr Forty-nine O. E. Gaertner.... Forty-nine Halsey W. Allen.. .Two In Witness Whereof, We have here unto set our hands and seals this 5th day of March. 1909. A. S. PARR (Seal) O. E. GAERTNER (Seal) HALSEY W. ALLEN (Seal) State of California, County of San Bernardino ss. On this 5th day of March, 1909. be fore me, Edmund B. Patterson, a No tary Public in and for the County of San Bernardino, State of California, personally appeared A. S. Parr, O. E. Gaertner and Halsey W. Allen, known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the foregoing instru ment, and they severally acknowledged to me that they executed the same. In Witness Whereof. I have hereun to set my hand and affixed my official seal, the day and year In this certifi cate first above written. EDMUND B. PATTERSON. Notary Public in and for the County of San Bernardino, State of Califor nia. (Notarial Seal) (Endorsed) Filed March 5, 1909. CHARLES POST, County Clerk. ' State of California, County of San Bernardino ss. I. Charles Post. County Clerk and ex. officio clerk of the Superior Court, dJ hereby certify the foregoing to be a full, true and correct copy of the orig inal on file in my office. Witness my hand and seal of the Superior Court this 5th day of March. 1909. CHARLES POST. (Seal) County Clerk. Amount. $4,900.00 4,900.00 200.00 Go to the Alaska Fair Kee's Cash Store. -Free. Mc-