THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MATtCH 18, 1911
Al CHANCE for small investment:
Jiving tent, 10x12; two bunk tents,
2!ii; cook house tent, I'ixSG, fur
nudicd with tables and corking uten
n's iiulmlin:; elUhcs for 35 penile;
ha c 1.". regular boardcig in w at $1.00
per ilav; must sell: o.ily $31)0.(10.
i'.uitcrbaugh & Carr, Tempe, Ariz ;
plume 52. bp
FOR SALE At suoil'ice, briek
building;; business running $1200.00
month. Call on Mis. Hart. :;;!0 North
First ave. bp
DRUG STORK $3200 cash. Most In
Arizona. Investigate this and you
will own it. Address Box 25D2, Re
INCOME business corner. 100x137 '.,
for sale at a sacrifice, for a few
lays only. Address llox 3lil6 Repub
IF YOU WANT TO get located in a
good paying business. See Cook with
J. S. Griffin, Alone. 1 West Adams St
WILLIAM IiRoWN, who is an aged
man and has been gone from Phoenix
Is months, kindly write Mary Brown,
41 !i K. Washington St. br
Undertaking and Embalming
EA STERLING & WHITNEY Un
dertakers and Embalmers. 213 West
Washington St , Phoenix, Arizona, tf
MOIIN. DRTSCOLL & MAUS Un
dertakers, Embalmers and Funeral Di
rectors, 311 N. 1st Ave. tf
UNDERTAKERS Moore & McClel
Inn; lady assistant, auto hearse. 329
West Adams St., Phone 601. tf
FRUIT TREES AND ORNAMENTALS
Oct a few trees of the coming peach,
the J. H. Hale. Our Giant Poplar is
the fastest growing shade tree.
OUR ROSES WILL PLEASE YOU
OUR FRUIT TREES ARE THE PAY
ING KIND. OUR MOTTO IS: RELI
ABLE TREES AT RIGHT PRICES.
Ask about our bargain in 500 navel
orange trees, heavy stock. See us be
fore you buy.
PHOENIX ROSE GARDEN AND
S. E. COR. CENTRAL AVE. AND VAN
BUREN ST. PHONE 1412.
FRUIT TREES of all kinds, ai Hie
Ride-a-wee Nursery; Cuthbprt rnsp
licrries a success; dewberries; now is
the time to plant. Call nd see oor
stock. Phone S645. tf
PHONE 1595 PHONE
For service Phone 1595. Cleaning,
pressing, dyeing and repairing, work
called for and delivered. Your patron
age solicited. Wolfs Cleanatorium. 13
East Adams Street. tf
THE GEORGE SISTERS have
moved to 510 West Washington.
Stables and Corrals
THE HIGLEY Horse & Mule Co.,
has removed to 220 N. 7th Ave. We
buy and sell horses and mules. Phone
.138. J. R. Lambert, Prop. 4-r
SANITARY HAND LAUNDRY,
rough- dry, 25c; each bundle washed
separately. 706 N. 1st St. Phone 2876.
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
GET OUR PRICES
ON 14x20 OVAL FRAMES with con
vex glass. Real attractive. Phone
LONG'S PAINT HOUSE
37 N. 1st AVE. PHONE 1350. tf
FIRE EXTINGUISH ER
BEST MADE fire extinguishers,
oderless, airtight, 5 years guarantee.
Western Chemical Fire Pail Co., 3rd
Ave and Jackson. Phone 1231. tf
Attorney at Law
403 Fleming Blk. Phone 489.
CARPETS CLEANED Telephone
733, Electric Carpet Cleaners. tf
Stables and Corrals
NICE RIGS AND HORSES for rehL
Commercial Corral. Delivered to all
parts of the city from 8th Ave. and
Van Buren. Phone 1708. tf
FOR THE BEST IN LIVERY AND
boarding. Phone 1136. .
THE WALKER STABLES
COR CENTER AND VAN BUREN
NU BONE CORSET Designed and
fitted according to the individual
needs of the figure. Comfortable, hy
gienic and stylish. Helen Jennings,
715 West Washington; phone 8689. t.f
REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO.
35 Eat Adnm: Overland (170. tf
ARCHITECTS & BUILDERS
ATTENTION PROSPECTIVE BUILD
ERS Plans to suit free; if we do your work,
special attention to percentage work,
or will contract, Al references. R.
A. Gray architect. Green McAbee,
nupt. construction. Room 7 Central
block. Phone 1353. Office hours 2 to 5
P. M. 3-dk
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
Phoenix Lodge hy,
No. 2, Knights of
Pythias, meets ' ""
p m. every "eiay.
n.)V invited. Clarence'
lftr g ice c. C. j ccrdance with the provisions of an
Center. W. C. Powell, K. K. & s'act of the Legislature of the State of
rhone Office 587; Residence, 20W15. I Arizona, known and designated as tlie
m-fmrvTX T,nDflE I "Improvement Act of 1912," approved
vr ma T oval Order
nf ' Moose. Meetings
every Tuesday, I. O.
O F. Hall. Visiting
brothers invited. Wal
ter J. Hayt, Dictator;
Walter R. Van Tyne,
D. D. HORNING
For sale Lands in small or large
acreage; also city property.
INSURANCE AND LOANS
Office 411 West Monroe St.
Cor. 4th Ave. Phn-niv
WHEN TOU WANT A CAR for
short or long trips we have 4 at your
service. We assemble loads for Roose
velt. Phone 799 or 431. Cross & Bor-
RESOLUTION NO. 671
A RESOLUTION OF THE COM
MON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
PHOENIX. DECLARING THEIR IN
TENTION TO IMPROVE THE AL 1
LEY IN BLOCK TWENTY-FOUR j
OF THE ORIGINAL TOWNSITE Ol
PHOENIX, AND DETERMINING !
THAT BONDS SHALL BE ISSUED '.
TO REPRESENT THE COSTS AND I
EXPENSES THEREOF, AND DE-!
GLARING THE WORK OR IM
PROVEMENT TO RE OK MORE I
THAN LOCAL OR ORDINARY PUB
LIC BENEFIT AND THAT THE
COST AND EXPENSE OF SAID
WORK SHALL BE ASSESSED UP-
ON A DISTRICT AND PROVIDING j
THAT THE PROPOSED WORK OR i
IMPROVEMENT SHALL BE DONE
UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE
IMPROVEMENT ACT OF 1912. AND j
RE IT RESOLVED, by the Com-
nion Council of tbe City of Phoenix: ;
Section 1. That the public interest !
end convenience require, and that it '
is the intention of the Common I
Ccuncil of the City of Phoenix t '
order the following work to be done, '
1. That the roadway of the alley
in Block Twenty-four (24) of the
original townsite of Phoenix, includ
ing tlie alley intersection, and in
cluding also private drives, and ex
cepting such portions of said alley
as will lie occupied by a cement con
crete gutter, where shown on tlie
plans hereinafter referred to, be
graded and paved with bitulithie
2. That a cement concrete gutter
be built along the center of the alley
in Block 24 in the original townsite
3. That a cement concrete curb
he built along both slues of the road
way of the alley in Block Twenty
four (24) of the original townsite of
Phoenix, excepting at the intersection
of said roadway with private drives,
and excepting where a cement con
eiete curb has already been built
and is in satisfactory condition as
shown by the plans hereinafter re
4. All of the above work to be
"lone in accordance with a certain'
set of plans approved and adopted j
by the Common Council of tlie City
of Phoenix on the 10 day of March, 1
1P14. and on file in the office of the
City Engineer of said city in Book i
One. of Street Improvement Plans or1
Pages 172 and 173, and in further
with Specifications Nos.
19. 20. 21 and 22 of the City of
Phoeniv on file in tlio i.ffi..n ;if k
City Recorder of said city, and which
sail plans and specifications are
hereby referred to for a more par
ticular description of the said work
and made a part hereof.
Section 2. That the said contem
plated work or improvement in the
opinion of the Common Council is of
more than local or ordinary public
benefit and said Common Council
hereby makes the costs and expenses
of said work or improvement charge
able upon a distric t, and hereby de
clares that the district in said City
or" Phoenix benefitted by said work
or improvement and to be assessed
to pay the costs and expenses there
of is described as follows:
All of Block Twenty-four ("24) of
the original townsite of Phoenix.
Section 3. The City Engineer is
hereby directed to make a diagram
of the district described hereinabove
in Section 2 of this Resolution or
Intention, to he assessed to pay the
ccsts and expenses thereof. Such
d'agram shall show each separate lot, I
piece or paicel of land in said dis
trict and the relative location of the
same to the work proposed to be
Section 4. The said Common Coun
cil finds that public convenience re
quires that serial bonds" shall be is
sued to represent the costs and ex
penses of such work or improvement
and said Common Council determines
that perial bonds shall be issued to
f present each assessment of Twenty-five
(25) Dollars or more for the
cots and expenses of said work or
improvement. Said serial bonds shall
extend over a period ending nine (9)
years from and after the second day
of January next succeeding the dat
of said bonds, and an even annual
proportion of the principal sum there
of shall be payable by coupon on the
sn-ond tlay of January every year
after their date until nil is paid and
the Interest shall be payable semi
annually by coupon on the second
day of January and July, respective-
t)f each year, at the rate of six
,,,. cent ,)0r annum on all sums
unpaid until the whole of said pnn-
clplll sum and interest are paid.
section s. The serial bonds herein
mentioned shall be issued in ac-
May 17, 1012, and all the proceedings
shall also be taken under said "Im
provement Act of l'J12," and subse
Section 6. The City Recorder shall
certify to the passage of this Reso
lution of Intention, and shall cause
the same to be published ten (10)
times in the Arizona Republican, a
eaily newspaper published and circu
lated in the City of Phoenix ami
hereby designated for that purpose.
Section 7. The Superintendent of
Streets of the City of Phoenix shall
post notice of said proposed improve
ment as required by law, and in said
notices shall refer to this Resolution
ltefeicnce is hereby made to the
r.ittililhic Mixture License Agreement
of Warren Brothers Company of
lioston, Mass., dated March 4, 1014, on
file in theofficeof the City Recorder of
the City of Phoenix.
1 hereby certify Unit the above
End foregoing Resolution No. C71,
was duly passed by the Common
the Citv of Phoenix at
held March 10, 1914,
a quorum was present
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF THE INDEPENDENCE MIN
ING f-. MILLING COMPANY OF
KNOW ALL MEN HY THESE
PRESENTS: That we whose names
are hereunto affixed do hereby a-sso-
iciate ourselves together tor the pur
pose of forming a corporation under
the laws of the State of Arizona and
to that end adopt the following ar
ticles of incorporation:
The names and adtlresses of the
JOHN LIVEZEY. LOS ANGELES,
GEORGE VENARLES. LOS AN
JOHN B. LIVEZEY. LOS ANGE
C. M. SIMPSON, PASADENA,
JOHN W1TIIKRLAY. W1CKEN
The name of the corporation shall
be the INDEPENDENCE MINING
.Si MILLING COMPANY OF ARI
ZONA. The principal place in which the
business of said corporation within
the State of Aiizona is to be trans
I acted is the Town of Wickenburg:
Maricopa Countv, Slate or Arizona,
?nd the company may have branch
j places of business of said corporation
I outside of the State of Arizona, in
the Citv of Pasadena or the City of
Los Angeles. State of California, and
sum other branch offices either
within or without the State of Ari
zona as may be established by the
board of directors, at any of which
branch places of business, meetings
of the stockholders and of the board
of directors may be held as mav be
by the by-laws of said
The general nature of business
proposed to be transacted hy this
corporation is as follows, to-wif
j To acquire title to and operate
j mines and mining property, timber
land, water and water rights, to pur
chase and ((instruct, lease and op-
i""" is ami smeiiers, power and
j electric plants, construct dams and
j ditches and do any and al! things
j necessary to mine and dress or Irenf
ores and refine bullion, to construct
and operate railroails or toll toads,
i tramways in connection with said
mines, to do a genera! mercantile.
, ina-ufacturing or industrial business!
(am on me business of trans
portation by wag-n or other appli
ances in -,-'. i
1 rth;:' " ''. ', ' "m i,s" sn,"
"i"'iiiiiin, and ow n ami
vote the stock thus admired t i-...
bonds, notes and other evidences of
indebtedness, to mortgage . propertv
oivned, or execute ;7eeds of trust to
secure loans when necessary, to bor
row and loan money, and do any
and all things necessary to transact
a general mining and tiansportation
business in any part of the world, as
the Poard of Directors deem best for
the interests of tlie corporation.
Tue authori.ec amount of capital
stock of this corporation shall be one
million five hundred thousand -dollars,
divided into one million fie
ihundred thousand shares, of the pa.
lvalue of one dollar each. Such cap
I ital stock may be issued at such
! time.s as the boaid of directors may.
ov le.-Miiuuon, direct, either for real
or personal property, or other valu
able thing, sohj or conveyed io this
corporation, or for services or labor
tendered to said corporation, and the
capital stock so issued shall there
upon become and be fully paid up
and non-assessable, nni in the ab
sence of actual fraud in the trans
action, the judgment of th din-tors
" oi me value or the propert;
chased and services r-mlered
shall be conclusive.
The time of the commencement -f
Ihis corporation shall bo th date of
the filing of these nrt:.'lo of ineor
por tion in the office 0r the Arizona
I Ci.-poration t'ommission -nd the te--'miaation
thereof shall be iwenty-fKe
-he affairs of this
i-ball be conducted hv
i!ectors composed of
eorporf I ion
a brard of
holders, who shall be elected annual
ly on the first Monday of April of
each year. I'ntil such first annual
election in April. A. D PUT., the fol
lowing named stockholders shall serve
as directors of this corporation for
COMING TO PHOENIX
Bishop Robert O. Waterhouse of the
Southern Methodist church, will be in
the Salt River Valley again on an of
ficial visit on the three days immedi
ately preceding Easter Sunday, as well
as on Easter Sunday. He comes here
primarily to hold the sessions of the
Arizona District Conference of the
church which will convene at Cart
wright church on the Thursday, Friday
and Saturday of that week.
An invitation will be presented to the
bishop to spend Sunday in Phoenix and
to preach the morning sermon at Cen
tra! church. It is quite likely that he
will accept, as Bishop Waterhouse is
wonderfully well liked in Phoenix and
always succeeds in packing the church
with listeners to his pulpit eloquence.
The revival meeting that is being
conducted at the Skating Rink by
Messrs. Prown and Curry, will have
been concluded by the time the bishop
arrives, so that there will be nothing
in the form of a religious attraction to
interfere with his visit.
The movement is now under way to
get the noted preacher and educator
to remain over in Phoenix and preach
the Easter Sunday sermon.
THE BOY SCOUT
"What good deed did yon perform
today?" the first-class scout was ask
ed. "Mother had only enough castor oil
for one dose, so I let my sisler take
it," replied the hero. Ruff a In Ex
press. I Roosevelt School Notes !
The following is the attendance re
port of the Roosevelt school for the
first six months of the present
September Total enrollment,
average attendance, 114.
October Total enrollment, 14S;
erage attendance, 133.
average attendance. 127.
December Total enrollment,
average attendance. 120.
January Total enrollment, 15:
erage attendance, 136.
February Total enrollment, 173;
a erage attendance, 133.
Average attendance for the six
months, 127: for the best six months
of last year, 63.
This shows that the average at
tendance this year has more than
doubled last year's best six months.
The rest of the present Tear will
raise the mark somewhat yet.
The total enrollment for this month
is 1(1S. The total number of names
on the register during the year
amounts to 203. ft is altogether
probable that by next September the
opening enrollment will exceed this
number, judging from the large class
i f beginners that will enter and al
loin ga very small number for new
lowing a very small number for new
It may be interesting to make a
few comparisons, hence the following
Number of Mexicans enrolled, 72;
average daily attendance, 4X; per
centage of attendance, ': percentage
of attendance of Americans. 7j.
Mrs. Baldwin has just completed
the present year and until the elec
tion of their successors, to-wit:
JOHN LIVEZEY. GEORGE VENA
BLES. JOHN P.. LIVEZEY, C M.
SIMPSON, and JOHN WIT HER LA Y.
Tlie highest amount of indebted
ness or liability to which the cor
poration is at any time to acquire
is fortv thousand dollars, or a bond
ed indebtedness of five hundred
thousand (500.000) dollars, if ap
proved hy a majority of the stock
holders at a meeting called for such
The private property of the stock
holders of this corporation, shall b
exempt from corporate debts of any
WITNESS WHKEEF. we
hereunto set our hands and
this 14th day of March. A- D.,
JOHN R. LIVEZEY
C. M. SIMPSON
I SEA L)
State of California,
County of Los Angeles, ps.
On this 14th day of March. A. T).
1011. before me B. C. Strang a Not
ary Public in and for the county and
state aforesaid, residing therein, duly
commissioned and sworn, personally
appeared JOHN LIVEZEY, GEORGE
VENARLES. JOHN R. LIVEZEY.
and C. M. SIMPSON, known to me
to be the persons described in and
: ho executed the annexed instru
ment, and they acknowledged to me
that they executed the same for thc
purposes and considerations therein
IN WITNE.-S WHEREOF I have
hereunto set mv hand and seal this
14th day of March, 114.
R. C. STRANG.
Notary Public in and
ty of Los Angeles,
for the Coun
State of Cali-
My commission expires
day of Jan.. A. D., 1!H7.
Slate of Aiizon'a.
County of Maricopa, ss.
On this 17th day of March, A. D..
1!tl4, before me VV. M. Fickas, a
Notary Public in and for the county
end state aforesaid, residing therein,
duly commissioned and sworn, per
sonally appeared .JOHN WITHER
LAY. known to me to be the person
described in and who executed the
annexed instrument, and he acknow
ledged t" me that he executed the
same for the purposes and considera
tions therein expressed.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
heieunto set mv hand and seal this
17th day of March. A. I).. 1914.
W. M. FICKAS.
My commission expires th. 141 h
day of Feb.. lOlfi.
This is a photograph of a home just completed in Kenilworth.
We will sell you this beautiful place for $5800, $2000 down, bal
ance as you like it. This is a home that cannot be thoroughly
appreciated until you have seen it. We will be glad to show you
Southwestern Building and
17 West Adams Street
taking the census of children of;
school age. It will be rather start
ling to most people to learn that the
total number is 22. Those between !
the ages of S and 16. Ittl. These lat- !
ter must attend school, according to
law. There are a goodly number
younger that do attend school and
about 25 that will be old enough to
attend next year. This goes to show
that the enrollment next fall at the
opening of school must of necessity
n::ss the 200 mark, unless
bursts and the inhabitants
The spelling match held
evening between the Roosevelt and
Laveen schools resulted in a victory
f-.r the latter try a score of 8 to B.
This school was handicapped some
what by having to substitute at the
last member for one of the team who
did not appear. The team was as
lollov. t : Alice Chipinan. Nina Pa'd
win. Myrtle Champie, Marion Il-.r-
voy, Gladys Ever. John Aigner and
Gerald Waggoner. Edith Jct.kirs
substituted for Gladys Ever and Oil
'A ell under the circumstances. The
Lavccn spellers showed good trair
mg ard are to be congratulated on
(heir ictory In the free-tor-a!l
following the contest. Professor '.
iwcti Mood up last, it being a w
tussel between Mr. Owen and Mr.
Austin Wood, formerly professor o:
English in a college in Belgium.
The Hoy Scout slides did not ar
rive for the stp."e-p''oon lecture I-', i
o:iy ?.ij:hl. but tl.iy were supplonv-nt-e1
by an equal ni:ir.ber of views of
the valley. The room was comfort-
..1.1.. fill 1 n.T ,rt,.nt en
joyed tlie views. 1 ne ooys vocea to
organize a troop of Roy Scouts with
in a few days. The names of the
members will be printed as socn as
all get in.
Don't forget the mass meeting to
be held at the school Saturday at 2
p. in. to consider the amount of
bonds to be issued.
The following selection is chee
fully submitted to Brother and Sis
ter Bowker as a reply to their kind
Gazette article of a few days back
and also to the Roosevelt school pa
trons as a whole by way of a cor
dial and oft-repeated invitation to
visit the school. It was stolen (ask
the McNeil company) and adapted
(revised) by a freshman at the re
quest of the principal.
"If I knew You and You Knew Me"
If I knew you and you knew me,
'Tis seldom we would disagree:
But, never having yet clasped hands.
Both often fail to understand
That each intends to do what's right.
And treat each other "honor bright."
How little to complain lliere'd be,
If I knew! you and you knew me.
Whene'er your children don't do right,
And are chastised in some way slight,
From irritation you'd be free
If I knew you and you knew me.
Or when children don't come on time.
And parents send us many a line.
We'd wait without anxiety
If I knew you and you knew me.
Or when you think that in some way
You're not receiving from us fair play,
We could explain it better, you see,
tf I knew you and you knew me.
With so many children to keep in
Things can't always go just right:
Sometimes it's our fault, sometimes
A visit from you would lighten our
Kind friends, how pleasant things
If I knew you and you knew- me.
Then, let no doubting thoughts abide
That we "do things" on the South
For we try to practice the golden rule
In our modern Roosevelt school.
So, any time you come this way.
That you will call we hope and pray.
Then, face to face, we each shall see
And I'll know yon and you'll know
ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION OF
TUCSON, PHOENIX AND TIDE
WATER RAILROAD COMPANY.
The undersigned subscribers to the
capital stock of a contemplated rail
road, having subscribed at least One
Thousand Dollars itl,0()0.nt) for each I
and every mile of said contemplated
railroad, and having received five
days notice from a committee of sub
sciibers to said capital stock ap- j
pointed for that purpose, hereby!
adopt ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION J
and elect from among the subscribers '.
hereto five directors as hereinafter;
stated: in pursuance of Chapter
Title 13 of the Revised Statutes of
Arizona, l!'l. and laws supplemental!
thereto and amendatory thereof, dc- j
clare as follows: j
ARTICLE I. j
The name of this corpoiation is
TUCSON, PHOENIX and TIDE-f
WATER RAILROAD COMPANY: I
and tlie principal place of business of
this corporation Phoenix. Arizona, j
Branch offices may iie est;
and maintained by tlie Board
rectors at such other places
State of Arizona or elsewhere
is ma i
be deemed advisable.
This corporation shall continue in
existence for a term of fifty years
from the date of the filing of these
Al tides of Association in the office
of the Arizona Corporation Commis
sion, and for such other term or terms
as may be renewed according to the
statutes in such case made and pro
vided. ARTICLE III.
The amount of the capital stock
of this corporation shall be Three j
Million ( j::,000.ooo.00) Dollars, divided i
into Thirty Thousand (SO.fidO) shares
of 'ne Hundred ($1'I0.00) Dollars
each, the same being the actual con
t( mplated cost of constructing the
road, together with the cost of the
right of way, motive power and every
other appurtenance and thing for the
completion and running of said road
as nearly as can be estimated by
The number of the directors o!
ii.-iid corporation shall be five, but the
same may be increased to not ex
ceeding thirteen, in the manner pro
vided by law, and the by-laws of
this corporation; and the names
I thereof chosen to manage the affairs
; of this corporation, to hold office un
jlil others are elected, as shall be pro
lific ,1 by the by-laws of this cor
jporation, are as follows: James S.
I Douglas, W. C. Foster, Edmund W.
j Wells. George A. Olney and John J.
The places from and to which the
proposed railroad is to he construct
ed, and the counties into and through
which it is intended, to pass, and its
length as nearly as may be set forth,
i re as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at a point at or near
the City of Tucson, Arizona, thence
in a northwesterly direction in the
Counties of Pima. Pinal ami Mali
ce pa to the City of Phoenix, ri-zona,
a. distance of one hundred and twen
ty 1 120) miles, more or less, with
such branches, turnouts and spur.
as, may he deemed necessary: witn
power and authority to increase its
capital stock, to extend such line tc
any other point or points in said
Stale either from Tucson or Phoenix
to the southern boundary of the
State, or from Phoenix to the north
ern boundary of the State.' or from
Phoenix to the western boundary of
the State, or from Phoenix or Tucson
to the eastern boundary of the State,
as may be determined: and to build
to and from the same such branches
and spurs as the company may de
cide and to construct, equip, own. ac
quire, lease, operate and maintain a
line of railroad, telegraph and tele
( hone lines in the counties of Pima.
Pinal and Maricopa as aforesaid and
elsewhere as may be deteimined:
Mod also to constiuit. own. lease, op
erate ami maintain such buildings,
structures, maehinery. rolling stock
and apparatus :is may lie deemed
necessary and convenient for operat
ing said railrond, telegraph and tele
phone lines; to cause such examina
tu n and surveys to be made, as
may be deemed necessary, for select-
I ing the most suitable .route for said
railroad, telegiaph and telephone
lines and for that purpose, by its
officers and agents, to enter upoi.
the lands and waters of this State.
This corporation shall have the
power to acquire by purchase, right
of eminent domain, lease or other
wise, real and personal property, and
shall have the power to mortgage its
line, road bed, rolling stock, real and
.... i i K,.na
i personal properly aim ii-kuc uuhu
I (hereunder: and to contract for the
I construction of its road and pay for
! the same either in cash or Its stock
land bonds, as may be agreed upon.
; and do all things permissible by or
under the laws of the State of Aii
zona under which this compan is
The offic-rs of this corporation
ui,!.h lw. j President. Vice President.
TreHMIlrt.r an(i a Secretary, to be
in the manner provided by
I law: and their icspeetive duties shall
he defined in the by-laws of this
corporation. After the first election
of directors there shall be an annual
meeting of the stockholders held at
tlie principal place of business of
said company for the election of di
rectors to serve for the ensuing year,
which said meeting shall be held on
the first Tuesdav of May of each
year during the existence of this cor
poration, unless otherwise changed by
ihe bv-taws or bv resolution, as pro-
i vi.lorf hv the laws of this state, and
j notice thereof shall be given as pre
! si ribed by the by-laws of the com-
nd the laws of Arizona.
Private property of the stockliold
I ers of this corporation shall be ex
empt from liability for corporate
j IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said
subscribers to the capita! stock of
i the said
j TUCSON. PHOENIX AND TIDE
j WATER RAILROAD COMPANY.
. have hereunto set their names, places
j of residence, and the number of
j shares of stock in said corporation
j taken and subscribed for, hy each of
I them, severally, this 15th day of July.
I 1H1S. at Phoenix, Arizona.
Name of Resi
J. S. Douglas
W. C. Foster
Ed W Wells
Geo. A. Olney
John J. Hawkins
State of Arizona.
County of Maricopa
Before inc. G. G.
10 $ 1,000.00
10 $ l.ooo.oo
10 J 1,0011.00
Fuller, a Notary
the County of
Public in and
Arizona, on this
ippeared JAMES S.
C. FOSTER. El -
W. WELLS. GEORGE A.
and JOHN J. HAWKINS.
known to me to be the persons
whose names are subscribed to th"
I foregoing instrument, and each sep
irately acknowledged io me
executed the same for the
and consieieiation therein expressed.
Given under mv hand ami seal of
office this 15th day of July. A. !..
My Commission Expires May 22-d,
liHU. G. G. FULLER.
(SEAL) Notary Public.
Filed in the otTice of the Arizona
Corporation Commission this 17 day
of Mar. A. D. 1914 at 10:15 A. M..
at the request of J. J. HAWKINS,
whose post office address is Pres
ARIZONA CORPORATION COM
MISSION, Hv W P. GEARV.
H!re a little salemin at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will seo
more customers than you can.
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