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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 1914
PAGE THREE
LEGAL NOTICE
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 ($1,000.00) for each
and every mile of said contemplated
lailroad, and having received five
days notice from a committee of sub
scribers to said capital stock ap
pointed for that purpose, hereby
adopt ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION
and elect from among the subscribers
hereto five directors as hereinafter
stated; in pursuance of Chapter 7,
Title 13 of the Revised Statutes of
Arizona, 1901, and laws supplemental
thereto and amendatory thereof, de
clare as follows:
ARTICLE I.
The name of this corporation 'is
TUCSON, PHOENIX and TIDE
WATER RAILROAD COMPANY:
ond the principal place of business of
this corporation Phoenix, Arizona.
Branch offices may be established
and maintained by the Board of Di
rectors at such other places in the
State of Arizona or elsewhere as may
be deemed "advisable.
ARTICLE II.
This corporation shall continue in
existence for a term of fifty years
from the date of the filing of these
Articles' 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
Million ($3,000,000.00) Dollars, divided
into Thirty Thousand (30,000) shares
of One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars
each, the same being the actual con
templated cost of constructing the
road, together with the cost of the
right of way, motive power and every
other appurtenance and thing for the
completion and running of said road
as nearly as can be estimated by
competent engineers.
ARTICLE. IV.
The number of the directors of
said corporation shall be five, but the
same may be increased to not ex
ceeding thirteen, in the manner pro
vided by law, and the by-laws of
this corporation; and the names
thereof chosen to manage the affairs
of this corporation, to hold office un
til others are elected, as shall be pro
vided by t$e by-laws of this cor
poration, are, as. follows: James S.
Douglas, W. C. Foster, Edmund W.
Wells, George A. Olney and John J.
Hawkins.
ARTICLE V.
The places from and to which the
proposed railroad is to be construct
ed, and the counties into and through
which It is intended to pass, and its
length as nearly as may be set forth,
ere 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 and Mari
ccpa to the City of Phoenix, Arizona,
a distance of one hundred and twen
ty (120) miles, more or less, with
such branches, ' turnouts and spurs
as may be deemed necessary, with
power and authority to increase its
capital stock, to extend such line to
tiny other point or points in said
State 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 aB the cempany may de
cide and to construct, equip, own, ac
o.uire, lease, operate and maintain a
line of railroad,, telegraph and tele
phone lines. 'Jn'the counties of Pima,
Pinal and 'jlfaricopa as aforesaid and
elsewhere as may be determined;
end also to construct, own. lease, op
crate and ' maintain such build'ngs,
structures,' machinery, rolling stock
and apparatus as may te deemed
necessary and convenient for operat
ing said railroad, telegraph and tele
phone lines; to cause such examina
tion and surveys to be made, as
may be deemed necessary, for select
ing the most suitable route for said
railroad, telegraph and telephone
lines and for that purpose, by its
officers and agents, to enter upor.
the lands and waters of this State.
ARTICLE VI.
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
personal property and issue bonds
thereunder; and to contract for the
construction of its road and pay for
the same either in cash or its stock
and bonds, as may be agreed upon,
and do all things permissible by or
under the laws of the State of Ari
zona under which this company is
incorporated.
ARTICLE VII.
The officers of this corporation
shall be a President, Vice President,
Treasurer and a Secretary, to be
elected in the manner provided by
law; and their respective duties shall
be 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
the 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 Tuesday of May of each
year during the existence of this cor
poration, unless otherwise changed by
the by-laws Or by resolution, as pro
vided by the laws of this state, and
notice thereof shall be given as pre
scribed by the by-laws of the com
pany and the laws of Arizona.
ARTICLE VIII.
Private property of the stockhold
ers of this corporation shall be ex
empt from liability for corporate
debts.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said
subscribers to the capital stock of
the said
TUCSON, PHOENIX AND TIDE
WATER RAILROAD COMPANY,
have hereunto set their names, places
of residence, and the number of
shares of stock in said corporation
taken and subscribed for, by each of
them, severally, this loth day of July,
1913, at Phoenix, Arizona.
Name of Resi- No. Amount
Subscriber dehce Shares
J. S. Douglas
Douglas, Arizona ..1300 $130,000.00
W. C. Foster .
Phoenix, Arizona .. 10 $ 1,000.66
Ed W. Wells
Preseott, Arizona . . 10 $ 1,000.00
Geo. A. Olney
Phoenix, Arizona . . 10 $ 1,000.00
John J. Hawkins
Preseott, Arizona . . 10 $ 1,000.00
State of Arizona,
County of Maricopa, ss.
Before me, G. G. Fuller, a Notary
Public in and for the County of
Maricopa, State of Arizona, on this
day personally appeared JAMES S.
DOUGLAS, W. C. FOSTER, ED
MUND W. WELLS, GEORGE A.
OLNEY and JOHN J. HAWKINS,
known to me to be the persons
whose names are subscribed to the
foregoing instrument, and each sep
arately acknowledged to me that he
executed the same for the purpose
and consideration therein expressed.
Given under my hand and seal of
office this loth day of July, A. D.,
1913.
My Commission Expires May 22d,
1916. G. G. FULLER,
(SEAL) Notary Public.
Filed in the office 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
eott. Arizona.
ARIZONA CORPORATION COM
MISSION, Bv W. P. GEARY.
Chairman.
HER WAY
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drive a nail without smashing my
fingers?
Josephine Hold the hammer in
both hands. Ohio Sun Dial.
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LEQAL NOTICE
CALL FOR BIDS
The Common Council of the City
of Phoenix will receive sealed pro
posals or bids to construct two one
story brick Fire Houses, one to be
built on the Northeast corner of
Ninth and Van Buren Streets, and
one to be built on the East end of
City property at Five Points, each to
be located according to surveys and
stakes locating the corners of said
building; expense of such surveys to
be borne by the City; each building
to be built according to plans and
specifications on file in the office of
the City Building Inspector. The bids
are to be for construction of one,
with privilege of constructing both,
or for one building without reference
to the other.
Sealed bids are to be accompanied
by a certified check made payable to
the City of Phoenix for 10 of the
amount of bid, addressed to the City
Recorder. City of Phoenix, and en
dorsed "Fire House Bids."
Said bids will be received Up to the
hour of five o'clock P. M., March
21st, 1914. to be opened at a Coun
cil meeting to be held at 7:30 o'clock
P. M. on said day, at- the Council
Chamber, City Hall, City of Phoenix.
Successful bidder will be required
to furnish surety bond to complete
construction of said building or
buildings within one hundred days
from date of award of contract, and
the Common Council reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
Dated Phoenix, Arizona, March
11th, 1914.
FRANK THOMAS,
City Recorder, City of Phoenix, Ari
zona.
CALL FOR BIDS
The Common Council of theCity
cf Phoenix will receive sealed pro
posals or bids to furnish three motor
propelled Combination Chemical En
gines and Hose Wagons; also one
motor propelled Combination Pump
ing Engine and Hose Wagon far its
Fire Department, each of said Com
bination Engines and Hose Wagons
to conform to the specifications on
file in the office of the City Re
corder of the City of Phoenix, Ari
zona.
Sealed bids are to be accompanied
by a certified check made payable to
the City of Phoenix for 10 of the
amount of bid, addressed to the City
Recorder, City of Phoenix, and en
dorsed "Fire Apparatus."
Said bids will be received up to
the hour of five o'clock P. M. .March
21st, 1914. to be opened at a" Council
Meeting to be held at 7:30 o'clock
on said date at the Council Chamber,
City Hall, City of Phoenix.
Successful bidder will be required
to furnish surety bond to deliver said
Combination Engines and Hose Wag
ons within the time hereinafter fixed
by said Common Council, and the
Common Council reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
Dated Phoenix, Arizona, March
11th, 1914.
FRANK THOMAS,
City Recorder, City of Phoenix, Ari
zona.
LEGAL NOTICE8
ORDINANCE NO. 583
' An Ordinance Adopting Plans for
the Improvement of Certain Portions
of Jefferson Street, Second Street,
Third Street and Intersecting Streets
In the City of Phoenix.
The Common Council of Phoenix
do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That plans prepared by
the City Engineer for the proposed
improvements on Jefferson Street and
Second Street and Third Street are
hereby adopted as the official plans
for said work.
The grades shall be at elevations
shown on the plans. The width and
location of the roadways shall be as
shown on these plans.
Section 2. A duplicate copy of
these plans shall be filed with the
City Recorder and kept on file In his
office.
Section 3. This Ordinance shall
take effect and be in force from and
after its passage and publication as
required by law.
Section 4. All ordinances or parts
of ordinances in conflict with the
provisions of this .Ordinance are
hereby repealed. ' -
PASSED by the Common Council
of the City of Phoenix this 10th
day of March, 1914.
LLOYD B. CHRISTY.
Attest: Mayor.
FRANK THOMAS.
City Recorder.
,
CALL FOR BIDS
The Common Council of the City
of Phoenix will receive sealed pro
posals or bids to furnish one five
passenger Automobile, not less than
30 h. p., for the use of the Chief
of the Fire Department of said City.
..Specifications will be furnished
upon request, by Chief of the Fire
Department, at City Hall, Phoenix,
Arizona..
..Sealed bids are to be accompanied
by a certified check made payable to
the City of Phoenix, for 10 of the
amount of bid, addressed to the City
Recorder, City of Phoenix, and en
dorsed "Automobile, Fire Department."
Said bids will be received up to
the hour of five o'clock P. M., March
21st, 1914, to be opened at a Coun
cil Meeting to be held at 7:30 o'clock
M. on said day.
Successful bidder will be required
to furnish a surety bond to deliver
said automobile within forty (40)
days from dnte of award of contract,
and the Common Council reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
Dated Phoenix, Arizona, March
11th. 1914.
FRANK THOMAS,
City Recorder, City of Phoenix, Ari
zona. ORDINANCE NO. 584
AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING
PLANS FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
OK THE ALLEY IN BLOCK TWEN-TY-KOUR
OF THE ORIGINAL
TOWNSITE OF PHOENIX.
THE COMMON COUNCIL OF
PHOENIX DO ORDAIN AS FOL
LOWS: Section 1. That the plans prepared
by the City Engineer for the im
provement of the alley in Block
Twenty-four (24) of. the original
tovvnsite of Phoenix, and on file in
the office of the City Engineer in
Book One of Street Improvement
Plans on Pages 172 and 173, are
hereby adopted as the official plans
for the improvement of said alley.
The grades shall be at the eleva
tions shown on these plans. The
width and location of the roadways
shall be as shown on these plans.
Section 2. A duplicate copy of
these plans shall be filed with the
City Recorder and kept on file in
his office.
Section 3. . This Ordinance shall
take effect and be In force from and
after its publication as by law re
cuired.
Section 4. All ordinances or parts
or ordinances in conflict with the
provisions of this ordinance are here
by repealed.
PASSED by. the Common Council
of, the City of Phoenix this 10th day
of March, 1914.
LLOYD B. CHRISTY.
Attest: Mayor.
FRANK THOMAS,
City Recorder.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given by the un
derslgned, Charles Lambertz, that on
the 16th day of February, 1914, he
was duly appointed Assignee for the
benefit of the Creditors of Johii
Provos, of Phoenix, Maricopa Coun
ty, Arizona; and that all creditors
having claims against the said John
Provos must file with the said
Charles Lambertz, Assignee, a state
ment of the nature and amount of
heir claims as required by law with
in four months from the date of the
first publication of this notice.
" Phoenix, Arizona, March 5, 1914.
CHARLES LAMBERTZ.
Assignee.
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LEGAL NOTICES
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF THE INDEPENDENCE MIN
ING A MILLING COMPANY OF
ARIZONA.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS: That we whose names
are hereunto affixed do hereby asso
ciate ourselves together for the pur
pose of forming a corporation under
the laws of the State of Arizona and
to that end adopt the following ar
tides of incorporation:
I.
The names and addresses of the
incorporators are:
JOHN LDEZEY, LOS ANGELES,
CALIFORNIA.
GEORGE VENABLES. LOS AN
GELES, CALIFORNIA.
JOHN B. LIVEZEY, LOS ANGE
LES, CALIFORNIA.
C. M. SIMPSON. PASADENA
CALIFORNIA.
JOHN WITHERLAY, WICKEN
BURG. ARIZONA.
The name of the corporation shall
be the INDEPENDENCE MINING
& MILLING COMPANY OF ARI
ZONA.
The principal place in which the
business of said corporation within
the State of Arizona is to be trans
acted is the Town of Wickenburg
Maricopa County, State of Arizona,
and the company may have branch
places of business of said corporation
outside of the State of Arizona, in
the City of Pasadena or the City of
Los Angeles, State of California, and
such other branch offices either
within or without the State of Ari
zona as may be established by the
board ot directors, at any of which
branch places of business, meetings
or me stockholders and of the board
of directors may be held as may be
provided by the by-laws of said cor
ooration. II.
The general nature of business
proposed to be transacted by this
corporation is as follows, to-wit:
To acquire title to and operate
mines and mining property, timber
land, water and water rights, to pur
chase and construct, lease and op
erate mills and smelters, power and
electric plants, construct dams and
ditches and do any and all things
necessary to mine and dress or treat
ores and refine bullion, to construct
and operate railroads or toll roads,
or tramways In connection with said
mines, to do a general mercantile,
manufacturing or industrial business,
to carrv on the business of trans
portation by wagon or other appli
ances, to acquire by purchase shares
of other corporations, and own and
vote the stock thus acquired, to issue
bonds, iiotes and other evidences of
indeblf dness, to mortgage property
owned, or execute deeds 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 transportation
business in any part of the world, as
the Eoard of Directors deem best for
the interests of the corporation.
III.
The authorizes amount of capital
stock of this corporation shall be one
million five hundred thousand dol
lars, divided into one million five
hundred thousand shares, of the par
value of one dollar each. Such cap
ital stock may be issued at such
times as the boaid of directors may,
by resolution, direct, eltfter for real
or personal property, or other valu
able thing, sold or conveyed to this
corporation, or for services or labor
renderedyo said corporation, and the
capital stock so issued shall there
upon become and be fully paid up
and non -assessable, nnd in the ab
sence of actual fraud !n the trans
action, the judgment of the directors
as to the value of the property pur
chased and services rendered shall
be conclusive. .
IV.
The time of the commencement of
this corporation shall be the date of
the filing of these articles of incor
poration in the office of the Arizona
Corporation Commission end the ter
mination thereof shall be twenty-five
years thereafter.
V.
The affairs of Ihis corporation
sl'all be conducted by a licanl of
riiiectors composed of five stock
holders, who shall be elected annual
ly on the first Monday of April of
each year. Until such first annual
election in April, A. D. 1915, the fol
lowing named stockholders shall serve
as directors of this corporation for
the present year and until the elec
tion of their successors, to-wit:
JOHN LIVEZEY, GEORGE VENA
BLES, JOHN B. LIVEZEY, C. M.
SIMPSON, and JOHN WITHERLAY.
VI.
The highest amount of indebted
ness or liability to which the cor
poration is at any time to acquire
is forty thousand dollars, or a bond
ed indebtedness of five hundred
thousand (500,000) dollars, if ap
proved by a majority of the stock
holders at a meeting called for such
purpose.
VII.
The private property of the stock
holders 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 14th day of March, A. D.,
1S14.
JOHN LIVEZEY (SEAL)
GEORGE VENABLES (SEAL)
JOHN B. LIVEZEY (SEAL)
C. M. SIMPSON (SEAL)
JOHN WITHERLAY (SEAL)
State of California,
County of Los Angeles, ss.
On this . 14th day of March, A. D.
1914, 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
VENABLES, JOHN B. LIVEZEY,
and C. M. SIMPSON, known to me
to be the persons described in and
who executed the annexed instru
ment, and they acknowledged to me
that they executed the same for the
purposes and considerations therein
expressed.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
hereunto Bet my hand and seal this
14th day of March. 1914.
B. C. STRANG,
Notary Public in and for the Coun
ty of Los Angeles, State of Cali
fornia. (SEAL)
My commission expires the 15th
day of Jan., A. D., 1917.
State of Arizona,
County of Maricopa, ss.
On this 17th day of March, A. D.,
1914, before me W. M. Fickas, a
Notary Public in and for the county
and 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 to me that he executed the
same for the purposes and considera
tions therein expressed.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and seal this
lith day of March, A. D., 1914.
W. M. FICKAS.
Notary Public.
(SEAL)
My commission expires the 14th
day of Feb, 1916.
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ELECTION
SALT RIVER VALLEY WATER
USERS' ASSOCIATION.
Notice Is hereby given that under
the provisions of the Articles of In
corporation and of the By-Laws of
the Salt River Valley Water Users'
Association, and in pursuance there
of, an election by the qualified elect
ors of said Association will be held
on Tuesday, April Seventh (7th)
1914, from 8 o'clock A. M. of said
day to 5 o'clock P. M. of said day
at the various polling places to be
hereafter designated by resolution of
the Board of Governors of said As
sociation, for the election of the fol
lowing officers of said Association.
that is to say:
A president and Vice-President for
the term of two years.
One member of the Council in each
of the ten council districts into
which the reservoir district is di
vided, for the term of three years.
One member of the Council in the
First District to fill an unexpired
term of two years.
One member of the Council in the
Ninth District to fill an unexpired
term of one year.
One member of the Council In the
Tenth District to fill an unexpired
term of two years.
One member of the Board of Gov
ernors from each of the said ten
Council districts.
Also for the ratification or re-
Jection of the proposal:
Is it deemed advisable to install 21
additional pumping plants in order
to care for additional acreage within
the boundaries of the project, the
Board of Governors having, approved
the same provided it can be done' at
a reasonable cost to be later deter-,
mined and then submitted to the
shareholders for final action.
Also for the ratification or rejec
tion of the proposal:
Is it deemed advisable to construct
the Horseshoe dam and reservoir on
the Verde River so that the acreage
under the Salt River Project can be
increased to 211,000 acres, the Board
of Governors having approved the
same provided it can be done at a
reasonable cost to be later deter
mined and then submitted to the
shareholders for final action.
Also for the ratification or rejec
tion of a proposal to levy an assess
ment for an amount sufficient to
complete the present power plants in
course of construction, in' accordance
with the agreement . of the United
States under date of August 30, 1910,
and also an amount sufficient to re
fund power assessments , . paid by
owners of land which will ultimately
receive no reservoir benefits, amount
ing for both purposes 'to approxi
mately $200,000.00.
The said terms of said several of
ficers to begin on the first Monday
in May. 1914.
The said President and Vice-President
to be elected by the electors of
the reservoir district.
Members of the Council and of the
Board of Governors are to be elected
by the electors of the reservoir dis
trict who are qualified to vote in
the several council districts, respect
ively, for members of the council and
of the Board of Governors.
The proposal for the levy of an
assessment to be voted on by the
electors of the reservoir district.
Chas. A. Van der Veer
Secretary Salt River Valley WTatei
Users' Association
First publication Mar. 8, 1914.
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LEGAL NOTICE
RESOLUTION NO. 670
A Resolution of the Common Coun
ell of the City of Phoenix Declar
ing Their Intention to Improve
Certain Portions of Jefferson
Street, Second Street and Third
Street in Said City, and Deter
mining That Bonds Shall Be Is
sued to Represent the Costs and
Expenses Thereof, and Declaring
the Work or Improvement to be of
More Than Local or Ordinary Pub
lic Benefit and That the Costs and
Expenses of Said Wrork Shall Be
Assessed Upon a District and Pro
viding That the Proposed Work or
Improvement Shall be Done Under
the Provisions of the Improvement
Act of 1912, and Subsequent Amend
ments. BE IT RESOLVED, by the Com
mon Council of the City of Phoenix:
Section 1. That the public interest
and convenience require and that it
is the intention of the Common
Council of the City of Phoenix to
order the following work to be done.
to-wit:
1. That the roadway of Jefferson
Street in said city from the easterly
line of First Street to the westerly
line of Seventh Street, including all
intersections of streets and alleys,
and Including also private drives
wherever shown on the plans herein
after referred to, and including also
such portions of intersecting streets
as is necessary to form an easy ap
proach to the pavement hereinafter
described, and excepting that portion
of the roadway of Jefferson Street
from the easterly line of First Street
to the center line of Second Street
lying north of the center line of Jef
ferson Street, and excepting also
that portion of said roadway which
Is occupied by a scale on the south
erly side of Jefferson Street ap
proximately ninety feet (90') east of
the easterly line of First Street, and
the roadway of Third Street in said
city from the northerly line of Jef
ferson Street to the southerly line of
Washington Street, be graded and
paved with bitulithic pavement.
That that portion of the roadway
of Jefferson Street from the easterly
line of First Street to the center line
of Second Street lying north of the
center line of Jefferson Street, in
cluding such drives as are shown on
the plans hereinafter referred to, be
graded and paved with a cement con
crete pavement.
2. That a combined concrete curb
and gutter be built along both sides of
the roadway of Jefferson Street from
the easterly line of First Street to
the westerly line of Seventh Street
except along the northerly side of
Jefferson Street from First Street to
Second Street, and along both sides
of the roadway of Third Street from
the northerly line of Jefferson Street
to the southerly line of Washington
Street, excepting at the intersection
of streets and alleys and private
drives and the approaches thereto,
and excepting also where a concrete
curb has already been built and is
in satisfactory condition as shown
by the plans hereinafter Teferred to,
where a gutter only shall be built,
and excepting also along the south
erly line of the roadway of Jefferson
Street from a point approximately
seventy-five feet (75') east of the
easterly line of First Street to a
point approximately one hundred and
eleven feet (111') east of the easterly
line of First Street.
3. That a cement concrete curb
be built along the edges of the pave
ment at street and alley intersections
and the approaches thereto, and pri
vate drives on Jefferson Street from
the easterly line of First Street to
the westerly line of Seventh Street
and on Third Street from the north
erly line of Jefferson Street to the
southerly line of Washington Street
and along the southerly line of the
roadway of Jefferson Street from a
point approximately seventy-five feet
(75') east of the easterly line of
First Street to a point approximately
one hundred and eleven feet (111')
east of the easterly line of First
Street.
4. That a cement concrete gutter
be built across the intersections of
all alleys and private drives along
Jefferson Street from the easterly
line of First Street to the westerly
line . of Seventh Street and along
Third Street from the northerly line
.of Jefferson Street to the southerly
line of Washington Street.
. 5. That a ditch be dug in the
parking on both sides of Jefferson
Street, from the easterly line of
Fourth Street to the westerly line of
Seventh Street, excepting at the in
tersections of streets and private
drives and the approaches thereto.
6. That corrugated iron pipes ten
inches (10") in diameter be laid
crossing Jefferson Street on both
sides of Second Street near the edges
of the roadway of Second Street and
that corrugated iron pipes ten Inches
(10 ) in diameter be laid along the
edges of the roadway of Jefferson
Street from the westerly line of
Second "Street easterly to an inter
section with the pipe on the westerly
side of Second Street, and from the
easterly line of Second Street wester
ly to an intersection with the pipe
on the easterly side of Second
Street.
That corrugated iron pipes ten
inches (10") in diameter be laid
crossing Jefferson Street on both
sides of Third Street near the edges
of the roadway of Third Street, and
that corrugated iron pipes ten inches
(10") in diameter be laid along the
edges of the roadway of Jefferson
Street from the westerly line of
Third Street easterly to an intersec
tion with the pipe on the westerly
side of Third Street, and from the
easterly line of Third Street westerly
to an intersection with the pipe on
the easterly side of Third Street.
That a corrugated iron pipe eigh
teen inches (18") in diameter be laid
crossing the roadway of Jefferson
Street on the westerly side of Fourth
Street. That corrugated iron pipes
twelve inches (12") in diameter be
laid crossing the roadway of Jeffer
son Street on the easterly side of
Fifth Street and Sixth Street and
crossing the roadways of Fourth
Street on both sides of Jefferson
Street and crossing the roadways of
Fifth Street and Sixth Street on the
northerly side of Jefferson Street
and crossing all private drives along
Jefferson Street between Fourth
Street and Seventh Street.
7. That cement concrete stand
pipes be built at the ends of the
aforementioned corrugated iron pipes
being located as follows: At Fourth
Street and Jefferson Street, four (4);
at Fifth Street and Jefferson Street,
Four. (4); and at Sixth Street and
Jefferson Street, Four (4), and that
sheet metal gates be set in said
standpipes to control the flow of
water through said standpipes
8. That concrete pipes of the sizes
corresponding to the sizes of the
corrugated iron pipes be laid along
both sides of Jefferson Street and
along both sides of Fourth Street,
Fifth Street and Sixth Street from
the aforementioned standpipes to a
point approximately six feet (6') be
yond the corresponding property line
of the streets along which they run.
9. That a cement concrete pipe
twenty-two inches (22") in diameter
be laid along the roadway of Jeller
son Street from a point approximate
lv ten feet (10') west of the west
erly line of Fourth Street to a point
approximately ten feet (10') east of
the center line of Third Street.
That a cement concrete pipe eight
een inches (18") in diameter be laid
along the roadway of Jefferson Street
from a point approximately ten teet
(10') east of the center line of Third
Street to a point approximately ten
feet (10') west of the center line of
Second Street.
That a cement pipe twelve inches
(12") in diameter be laid from the
end of the aforementioned pipe
north-westerly to a point approxi
mately eight feet (8') north of the
northerly line of Jefferson Street and
between the curb and sidewalk on
the westerly side of Second Street,
thence northerly between said side
walk and curb to a point approxi
mately ten feet (10') south of the
southerly line of Washington Street,
thence northeasterly approximately
eighty-five feet (85')
That a cement concrete pipe six
teen inches (16") in diameter be laid
along the roadway of Third Street
from the aforementioned pipe on
Jefferson Street to a point approxi
mately twenty feet (20') north of
the center line of Washington Street
That a cement concrete pipe twen
ty-two inches (22") in diameter be
laid along the roadway of Jefferson
Street from a point approximately
ten feet 10') west of the westerly
line of Fourth Street to a point ap
proximately ten feet (10') east of the
center line of Fifth Street.
That a cement concrete pipe twen
ty inches (20") in diameter be laid
along the roadway of Jefferson Street
from a point -approximately ten feet
(10') east of the center line of Fifth
Street to a point approximately ten
feet (10') east of the center line of
Siifth Street.
That a cement-concrete pipe eight
een inches (18") in diameter be laid
from a point approximately ten feet
(10') east of the center line of Sixth
Street to a point approximately five
feet (5') west of the westerly line of
Seventh Street.
10. That manholes be built to fur
nish access to the aforementioned
pipes at the following locations: At.
Jefferson Street and Second Street,
Two (2); At Jefferson Street and
Third Street, One (1); At Jefferson
Street and Fifth Street, One (1); At
Jefferson Street and Sixth Street,
One (1); At Washington Street and
Second Street, Two (2); At Wash
ington Street and Third Street, One
(1)
11. That inlets be built In the
gutters at the following locations
At Washington Street and Second
Street, Two (2); At Washington
Street and Third Street, Four (4);
At Jefferson Street and First Street,
One (1); At Jefferson Street and
Second Street, Six (6); At Jefferson
Street and Third Street, -Six (6); At
Jefferson Street and Fourth Street.
Two (2); At Jefferson Street and
Fifth Street, Eight (8); At Jefferson
Street and Sixth Street, Eight (8);
At Jefferson Street and Seventh
Street, Two (2); and that inlets be
connected with the aforementioned
pipes with ten inch (10") cement
pipes.
12. That sheet metal gates be set
reaching through the curb at the
aforementioned inlets, and that said
gates be connected with the pipes
mentioned in Section 8 with ten inch
(10") cement pipes.
:13. That the roadway of intersect
ing streets be giaded from the edge
of th; aforementioned pavement on a
grade of not to exceed ten percent
(lOft) until it meets the original sur
face of the street.
All of the above work to te done
in accordance with that certain set
of plans approved and adopted by the
Common Council of the City of
Phoenix on the 10th day of March,
1914, and on file in the office of the
City Engineer in Book Two of Street
Improvement Plans on Pages One to
Eighteen, and in further accordance
with Specifications Nos. 19, 20, 21, 22,
24, 28 and 29 on file in the office of
the City Recorder of said city, and
which said plans and specifications
are hereby referred to for a more
particular 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 that said Common Coun
cil hereby makes the costs and ex
pense of said improvement charge
able upon a district and hereby de
clares that the district in said City
of Phoenix benefitted by the said
work or improvement, and to be
assessed to pay the costs and ex
penses thereof is described as fol
lows: All that portion or said city In
cluded within the following exterior
boundary lines, to-wlt:
Beginning at the north-east corner
of Jefferson Street and First Street,
running thence northerly along the
easterly line of First Street to a"
point midway between the southerly
lme of Washington Street and the
northerly line of Jefferson Street,
thence easterly along the line mid
way between the southerly line of
Washington Street and the northerly
line of Jefferson Street to a point
midway between the easterly line of
First Street and the westerly line of
Second Street, thence northerly along
the line midway between the easterly
line of First Street and the westerly
line of Second Street to a point mid
way between the northerly line of
Washington Street and the southerly
line of Adams Street, thence easter
ly along the line midway between the
northerly line of Washington Street
and the southerly line of Adams
Street to a point midway between
the easterly line of Third Street and
the westerly line of Fourth Street,
thence southerly along the line mid
way between the easterly line of
Third Street and the westerly line of
Fourth Street to a point midway be
tween the southerly line of Washing
ton Street and the northerly line of
Jefferson Street; thence easterly
along the line midway between the
southerly line of Washington Street
and the northerly line of Jefferson
Street to the westerly line of Sev
enth Street, thence southerly along
the westerly line of Seventh Street
to a point midway between the
southerly line of Jefferson Street and
the northerly line of Madison Street,
thence westerly along the line mid
way between the southerly line of
Jefferson Street and the northerly
line of Madison Street to the easterly
line of First Street, thence northerly
along the easterly line of First Street
to the point of beginning, EXCEPT
ING THEREFROM, any portion of
any public street or alley which may
be included in the above district.
Section 3. The City Engineer Is
hereby directed to make a diagram
o,f the district described hereinabove
in Section 2 of this Resolution of
Intention, to be assessed to pay the
costs and expenses thereof. Such
diagram shall show each separate lot,
piece or parcel of land In said dis
trict and the relative location of the
same to the work proposed to be
done.
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 serial bonds shall be Issued to
represent each assessment of Twenty-five
Dollars ($25.00) or more for
the costs 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 succeed
ing the date of said bonds, and an
even annual proportion of the prin
cipal sum thereof shall be payablo
by coupon on the second day of
January every year after their date
until all is paid and the interest shall
be payable semi-annually by coupon
on the second day of January and
July, respectively, of each year, at
the rate of six percent (67c) per an
num on all sums unpaid until tne
whole of said principal sum and In
terest are paid.
Section 5. The serial bonds here
in mentioned shall be issued in ac
cordance with the provisions of an
set of the Legislature of the State of
Arizona, known and designated as
the "Improvement Act of 1912," ap
proved May 17, 1912, and all the pro
ceedings in the aforementioned im
provements shall also be taken under
the said "Improvement Act of 1912,"
and subsequent amendments.
Section 6. The City Recorder shall
certify to the passage of this Resolu
tion of Intention, and shall cause the
same to be published ten (10) . times,
in the Arizona Republican, a daily
newspaper published and circulated
in the City of Phoentx and 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
of Intention.
Reference is hereby made to the
Bitulithic Mixture License Agreement
of Warren Brothers Company of
Boston Mass.. dated March 4. 1914,
on file in the office of the City Re
corder of the City of Phoenix.
I hereby certify that the above and
foregoing Resolution No. 670, was
duly passed by the Common Council
of the City of Phoenix at a. meeting
held March 10th, 1914, and that a
quorum was present thereat.
FRANK THOMAS,
City Recorder.

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