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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 27, 1911
PAGE ELEVEN Lost and Found REWARD $5.00 LOST A square paper box containing a number of sheets of Connet Genealogy and prob ably other papers. Finder notify the undersigned and receive reward. A. Connet, Mesa, Arizona. dp LOST Bay mule; return to Arbini Angelo. 215 S. 7 Street. dn LOST On Buckeye Road, ladies" blue coat, fur collar; finder notify Box 108 R. R. 4. dm LOST Eye glasses, about one week ago, leave at Galpin & Harts, 33 N. 1st Ave. for reward. dn LOST OR STOLEN Wheel. No. 5S44G, gray mesquite tires; please re turn to Bryant & Co., tailor. 29 E. Adams St., Phoenix. tf Stables and Corrals THE YiYgLEY Horse & Mule Co' has removed to 220 N. 7th Ave. We buy and sell horses and mules. Phone f36. J. R. Lambert, Prop. 4-r NICE RIGS AND HORSES for rent 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 tf Business Chances WANTED Partner to help ievelop a fine summer and winter resort in the loothills. The purest water and health iest place in Arizona; elevation three and four thousand feet Twenty-eight miles from Phoenix. P. O. Box 557, Phoenix. (in HARDWARE STOCK and fixtures for sale. Excellent location at Five Points. 620 W. Van Buren. dn FIRST-CLASS first mortgage, bear ing 8 per cent interest, payable semi annually, $30,000.00 spot cash, bank references, do not answer unless you have the cash. c. W. McKee, Phoenix. Ariz. tf FOR SALE OR LEASE Best location in Phoenix, all or any part of clean stock of merchandise. Or will sell lease and fixtures separate. Lease runs 2 years. A rare bargain and an opportunity to get a central business location. Come in and talk it over with us. DWIGHT B. HEARD. Real Estate, Loans & Insurance Central and Adams. It DRUG STORE $3200 cash. Best In Arizona. Investigate this and you will own it. Address Box 3592, Re publican, (f Personals TO R. E. TUCKER If R. E. Tucker will call at Herman's cigar stand, J22 North l St., he will learn something of interest to him. $n Lodge Notices Phoenix Lodge No. 2, Knights of ' Pythias, meets 7:30 p m. every Friday. Visiting members invited. Clarence E. Ice. C. C. Center. W. C. Powell, K. R. & S. Thone Office 567; Residence, 209R5. PHOENIX LODGE No. 708 Loyal Order of Moose. Meetings every Tuesday, I. O. O F. Hall. Visiting brothers invited. Wal ter J. Hayt, Dictator; Walter R. Van Tyne, Secretary. Special Notices ALTITUDE 2400 FEET Southern Sieras Sanitarium For Tuberculosis Banning California On desert's edge. Ideal summer cli mate. Send for folder. Address Dr. L. M. Ryan. 4dd Mrs. J. H. Lowers, Matron. $10 REWARD for the arrest and conviction of anyone stealing the Ari zona" Republican from the front yards of any of our subscribers. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. $1.25 PER WORD Inserts classi fied Ads in thirty-sis leading papers In United States; aend for list The Dfcke Advertising Agency, 427 South Main St., Los Angeles, or 12 Geary St., San Francisco. Cal. tf Typewriters REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO. 35 East Adams: Ovorland 670. tf HAND LAUNDRY fyvviVvvnrunrijLrr''wiiii r " -" SANITARY HAND LAUNDRY, rough dry, 35c; each bundle washed aeparately. 706 N. 1st St Phone 2876. tf 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 1550. tf DRESSMAKING THE GEORGE SISTERS have moved to 510 West Washington. D. D. HORNING For sale Lands In small or large acreage; also city property. INSURANCE AND LOANS RENTALS. COLLECTIONS j Office 411 West Monroe St. ;Cor. 4th Av. Phoenix. Nursery Stock FRUIT TREES of all kinds, at the Bide-a-wee Nursery; Cuthbert rasp berries a success; dewberries; now Is the time to plant. Call and see our stock. Phone 8645. tf ATTENTION ORANGE GROWERS We have the best Washington I Navel and Marsh Seedless grapefruit trees ever grown In Arizona. If you see them you will bus' no others. We are quoting either variety as long as they last, balled trees F. O. B. Mesr, is follows: and up. $1.00; to , 85c; to , 75c. The Mesa City Nursery; Paul Baxter Seville. Prop.; Fhone 42, Mesa. tf FRUIT TREES AND ORNAMENTALS Get a few trees of the coming peach, the J. H. Hale. Our Giant Poplar is : the fastest growing shade tree. I j 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 ou buy. PHOENIX ROSE GARDEN AND NURSERY CO. S. E. COR. CENTRAL AVE. AND VAN BUREN ST. PHONE 1412. PEACHES PLUMS , PEARS APPLES APRICOTS Correspondingly low prices on ORANGES OLIVES PALMS ROSE BUSHES ALSO ORNAMENTAL TREES OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Phone 10S3 P. O. Box 1175 Corner 1st Ave. and Van Buren ARCHITECTS & BUILDERS ATTENTION PROSPECTIVE BUILD ERS Plans to suit free; if e do your work, special attention to percentage work, or will contract, Al references. R. A. Gray, architect Green McAbee, supt construction. Room 7 Central block. Phone 1353. Office hours 2 to 5 P. M. 3-dk ATTORNEYS. j-""rV'irrfMu"ui MAYNARD A. FRAZIER, Lawyer, Rooms 2-4 Creighton Bldg. Telephone 1120. Res. Phone 2743. 4dd WALTER BURCH. Attorney at Law 403 Fleming Blk. Phone 489, tf CLEAN ATORIUM 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 CARPET CLEANERS CARPETS CLEANED Telephone 733, Klectric Carpet Cleaners. tf FIRE EXTINGUISHER BEST MADE fire extinguishers, oderless, airtight, 5 years guarantee. Western Chemical Fire Pall Co., 3rd Ave and Jackson. Phone 123L tf WHEN YOU 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 ree. tf INFATUATED Life looks well, pretty good to me. Since I have heard her say With sweet and gentle modesty She'll marry me some day If I will give up smoking, If I will go to church," If I will grieve my friends and leave My old chums in the lurch. If I'll be always pleasant. And never swear or scold; Stay as I am at present, And not get sour and old; If I will be an angel And that is easy Gee! I? I can seem just like her dream. Phe says she'll marry mo! mm HAYDEN The Nashville Students Company of negro entertainers arrived here on the noon train Wednesday for what was destined to be a short and stormy stay. It was their intention to give a first class entertainment at the theater in the evening but l hey were beset by a number of hardships culminating in the arrest of the principal members, a few minutes before the show hour, on phone request of Sheriff Adams of Phoenix. On their arrival here they appeared to be unwelcome guests at some of the local hostelries and for a while it appeared that their lunch eon would be much delayed if not missed entirely. Later the company did much advertising around town boosting for their show but the whole program was wrecked when about half of the troupe became the guests of the Hotel Gila County about eight o'clock. Sheriff Adams described the charges against thein as too serious to permit of any delay and on that account local officers decided not to await the conclusion of their program but took them in charge immediately. They were re turned to the capital city for ad justment of their difficulties Thurs day. G. J. Jarrell has resigned his posi tion as Kelvin agent for the Ray and Gila Valley Railroad at Ray and has been succeeded by C. C. Bryant. Mr. Jarrell has accepted a position with the copper company at Hayden. C. H. Studley. Jr., went to Phoenix Wednesday for a stay of several days. Last Friday evening Mrs. R. B. Green delightfully entertained the members of the Epworth League at her home on Smelter Hill. There was a large gathering present and with pleasant games and dainty re- freshments all had a most enjoyable time. Mrs. James Hegt'e has gone to El Paso where she v '1 spend a short while with Mr. Heggie before pro ceeding to Kansas City for a visit of several months with friends and relatives. She expects to be away from Hayden about six months. Walter Nash and family returned from Globe the early part of the week. M. J. Foley of the Arizona Iron Works in Phoenix spent severs 1 days here the early part of the week vis iting friends. ' W. E. Olliver, formerly weighma-s- ter at Hayden Junction, has been transferred to the Phoenix office of the A. E. R. R. M. L. Dales wishes to express his sincere gratitude for the many kind nesses of his friends during the late illness and demise of his beloved wife. o A TIMELY REVERSAL The house of representatives did p. sensible thing when it reconsidered its former unwise action and elimin ated from the Burnett immigration bill the amendments aimed nominal- 1; at Asiatic immigration but really at Japanese immigration. For this timely reversal, no little credit is due to Representative Mann, of Il linois, the leader of the republican minority, who made an eloquent pro test against a policy that would have involved us in a serious and dan gerous controversy with Japan. AN ALTERNATIVE. Mater Well. Effie, what are you going to be when you are grown up? Effie If I was a boy I'd be Presi dent; but seeing I'm a girl I guess being a rich widow is as good as anything. Judge. o If Great Brlain refuses to recog nize Caranza he may retaliate by recognizing Mrs. Pankhurst Chicago News. OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF SU PERVISORS, MARICOPA COUN TY, STATE OF ARIZONA, Phoe nix, February 9th. 1914. The Board resumed session at nine o'clock A. M., Monday, February 9th, 1914, and there were present: W. A. Moeur, Chairman, Frank Luke and Lin B. Orme, Members, and James Miller, Jr., Clerk. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. ' SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 10 BONDS AUTHORIZED In the matter of the application of the Board of Trustees of School District Number Ten of Maricopa County, State of Arizona, for the is suance of Bonds of said School Dis trict, on motion and by unanimous vote the Board passed and adopted the following resolution: WHEREAS, in pursuance of and in conformity with an Act of the Sec ond Special Session of the First Leg islature of the State of Arizona, en titled, "An Act to Provide for the Establishment and Maintenance of a General . and Uniform Public 'School System," approved April 8th, 1913, and all acts amendatory thereof and supplemental thereto, the Board of Trustees of School District Number Ten of Maricopa County, State of Arizona, has certified to the Board of Supervisors all the proceedings had by said School District pursuant to said Act, for the purpose of au thorizing the issue of the Bonds of said School District in the sum of Twelve Thousand Dollars for the purpose of raising money for build ing one school house, and supplying the same with furniture and neces sary apparatus, and improving the grounds thereof; and WHEREAS, it appears in and by said proceedings that "' of said Board of Trustees duly called and held on the 8th day of December, 1913, at which meeting there were present a majority of the members of said Board of Trustees, a resolution was duly adopted and entered of record, calling ' a special election to be held on the 30th day of December, 1913, between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and three o'clock in the afternoon of said day. and that said election be held at the school house situated in said School District Number Ten of Maricopa County, State of Arizona, for the purpose of submitting to the taxpayers of said School District, the question of whether or not the bonds of said School . District in the sum of Twelve Thousand Dollars, should be issued and sold for the purpose of raising money- for the building of oni school house, and supplying the same with furniture and necessary apparatus, and im proving the grounds thereof; and WHEREAS, it further appearing in and by said proceedings that pur suant to said resolution and said Act, such election was duly called by posting notices thereof, signed by said Board of Trustees, in three of the most public places in said School District for not less than twenty davs before the date of said election, and by publishing the same in the Mesa Daily Tribune, a newspaper of general circulation published at Mesa, Maricopa County, State of Arizona, not less than once a week for three successive weeks, and that said notice contained, First. The purpose and place of holding such election. Second. The names of three judges to conduct the same. Third. The hours during the day (not less than six hours) in which the polls would be open. Fourth. The amount ind denom ination of the bonds, the . rate of interest, and the number of years, not exceeding twenty, the whole or any part of said bonds are to run; and AVHEREAS, it further appearing in and by said proceedings, that pur suant to said Act, and the General Election Laws of Arizona and said resolution and notice, that said elec tion was duly, in due time, form and manner held, and that on the sev enth day thereafter, at one o'clock P. M., the returns of said election having been made to the said Board of Trustees, the said Board of Trustees, duly met, there being present a majority of said Board, and can vassed said returns, and it then and there appearing to said Board of Trustees, that more than a majority of the votes cast at said election contained the words "Bonds Yes," and were in favor of issuing said Bonds, the said Board caused an en try of that fact to be made upon the minutes, and WHEREAS, the amount of said Bonds in the aggregate will not ex ceed six per cent of the value of the taxable property in said School dis trict, as ascertained by the last as sessment roll for state and county taxes. NOW THEREFORE, it is ordered that the Negotiable Coupon Bonds of said School District Number Ten of Maricopa County, State of Ari zona, be issued in the aggregate to the amount of Twelve Thousand Dollars. Said Bonds shall consist of Twenty-four Bonds for the sum of Five Hundred Dollars each, shall be dated March Sixteenth, 1914, shall be due and payable twenty years from the date thereof, shall bear interest at a rate not to exceed six per cent per annum, payable semi-an nually, both principal and interest payable at the office of the County Treasurer of Maricopa County, Ari zona, in Gold Coin, Lawful Money of the United States of America, of the present standard of weight and fine ness; said bonds shall be signed by the Chairman of the Board, attested by the Clerk, under the seal thereof, and countersigned by the Treasurer of the County, and registered by the said Clerk; Said Coupons shall be executed by the lithographed fac simile signatures of the Chairman of the Board, attested by the Clerk and countersigned by the Treasurer of the County. And.it is further ordered that the said ' Bonds and Coupons shall be substantially in the following form, to-wlt: No. $500.00 SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER TEN SEAL Maricopa County State of Arizona SCHOOL DISTRICT BOND Payable in Gold Coin Due in of the United States Twenty of America. Years. School District Number Ten of Miiricopa County, State of Arizona, asknowledges itself indebted, and hereby promises to pay to Bearer Five Hundred Dollars in Gold Coin, Lawful Money of the United States of America, of the present standard of weight and fineness, for value re ceived on the sixteenth day of March, 1934, with interest thereon ut the rate of (not exceeding six per cent) per annum, interest payable semi annually on the sixteenth day of September and the sixteenth day of March, both principal and interest payable aU the office of the treasur er of said Maricopa County, in the city of Phoenix, out of the Building fund of said School District Number Ten of Maricopa County, on the presentation and surrender of this Bond or the annexed Coupons as they severally become due: This bond is one of a series of Bonds, Twenty-four In number of Five Hundred Dollars each, bearing even date herewith, and amounting in the aggregate to Twelve Thous and Dollars, of said School District Number Ten of Maricopa County, which the Board' of Supervisors of the said Maricopa County has" issued for said School District for the pur pose of raising money for the build ing of one school house, supplying the same with furniture and neces sary apparatus, and improving the grounds thereof; under and by vir tue of and in full and strict com pliance with the provisions of an Act of the Second Special Session of the First Legislature of the State of Arizona, entitled, "An Act to Pro vide for the Establishment and Maintenance of a General and Uni form Public School System," approv ed April 8th, 1913, and all Acts amendatory thereof and supplemental thereto; and in pursuance of an or der of the said Board of Supervisors of the said County, duly and in due time, form and manner adopted and entered upon the minutes prior to the issuance of this Bond, and by virtue of the authority of the pro ceedings of the Board of Trustees of said School District Number Ten, certified to this Board, and of a vote of the taxpayers of said School District present and voting on the question at the special election le gally called and duly held in said School District on the 30th day of December, 1913, at which election more than a majority of all legal bal lots cast upon the question were in favor of the issuance of this Bond; and it is hereby certified and re cited that all acts, conditions and things required to be done precedent to and in the issuance of this Bond have been properly done, happened and performed in regular and due time, form and manner as required by law; . that the money shall be raised by taxation upon the taxable property in said School District Num ber Ten for the redemption of this Bond and the payment of the in terest thereon, and that the total debt of the said School District Number Ten, including this Bond, exceed neither the Statutory nor the Constitutional limitations of the State of Arizona. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the Board of Supervisors of Maricopa County has issued this Bond to be signed by the Chairman, attested by the Clerk, countersigned by the County Treasurer, and sealed with its seal this sixteenth day of March, A. D. 1914. Chairman Board of Supervisors. Attest: Clerk Board of Supervisors. Countersigned: County Treasurer. $ FIRST COUPON $ r On the sixteenth day of Septem ber, 1914, School District Number Ten of Maricopa County, State of Arizona, will pay to the Bearer Dollars, Gold Coin. at the office of the Treasurer of Maricopa County, in the city of Phoenix, out of the Building Fund of said School District Number Ten, being six month's interest on Bond No. W. A. Moeur. Chairman Board of Supervisors. Attest: James Miller, Jr., Clerk Board of Supervisors. Countersigned: G. A. McDonald, County Treasurer. First Coupon Dollars, six month's interest, due September 16th, 1914. Fortieth Coupon Dollars, six months' interest, due March 16th, 1934. And it is further ordered that at the time of making the levy of taxes for County purposes, the Board of Supervisors shall annually for twenty years from the date hereof levy a tax upon the taxable property in said School District Number Ten sufficient to pay the interest on said Bonds, and to pay annually a proportion of the principal of the said Bonds equal to a sum produced by taking the whole amount of Bonds of this issue outstanding and dividing it by the number of years said Bonds have to run, and all money so levied shall be collected and paid into the County Treasury, and placed to the credit of the Building Fund of said School District and be used for the payment of the principal and interest on said Bonus, and for no other purpose. And it is further ordered that said Bonijs be advertised for sale until Monday, March 9th, 1914, in the Ari zona Republican, a newspaper of general circulation published in the city of Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona. And the Clerk of this board is hereby directed to prepare a notice of advertisement calling for sealed bids for the purchase of said Bonds until Monday, March 9th, 1914. said bids to be deposited with the Clerk of this Board on or before ten o'clock A. M., Monday, March 9th, 1914. On motion and by unanimous vote the Board, stood at recess until ten o'clock A. M., Friday, February 13th, 1914. W. A. Moeur. Chairman Board of Supervisors, Maricopa County. James Miller. Jr., CLERK. o LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by the Trustees of the Arlington School District, No. 47, Maricopa County, Arizona, for the construction complete of a two room school building, and certain outbuildings and mechanical equipment, to be built near Arlington, Arizona. The above to be built in accordance with plans and specifications pre pared by Royal W. Lescher and John Rinker Kibbey, architects, 400-420 Nat. Bank of Ariz. Bldg.. Phoenix. Ariz., from whom plans may be ob tained. All bids to be in the hands of the Board at the office of the Architects by 10 o'clock A. M., of April 18th, 1914, and all bids must be accom panied by a certified check for 5 of the amount of the bid, made pay able to the Clerk of the Board. The Board of Trustees reserves the right 4o reject any and all bids. Trustees of. School District No. 47, By Mrs. Sena Ritter, Clerk, Dist. No. 47. o . LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned, Charles Lambertz. that on the 16th day of February, 1914, he was duly appointed Assignee for the benefit of the Creditors of John 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 plr 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. o LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF ELECTION SALT RIVER VALLEY WATER USERS' ASSOCIATION. Notice is hereby given that under iha 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 uy 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 te 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 Watei Users' Association First publication Mar. 8. 1914. o NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of James H. Ray, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned Administratrix of the Es tate of James H. Ray, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons hav ing claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the said Administratrix at 311 Fleming Building, Phoenix, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in the said County of Mari copa, SARAH E. RAY, Administratrix of the Estate of James II. Ray, deceased. Dated this 5th day of March, 1914. o ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF JOHN F. BARKER PRODUCE CO. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That we, the under signed, John F. Barker and E. B. Winstanley, whose residences and postoffice addresses are the city of phoenix, county of Maricopa, state of Arizona, and both being citizens of the United States of Amrrica, have this day associated ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the State of' Arizona, and we do make, sign, acknowledge, publish and adopt the following articles of incorpora tion, to-wit: ARTICLE I. The name of this corporation is and shall be JOHN F. BARKER PRODUCE COMPANY. ARTICLE II. The principal place for the trans action of the business of this cor poration shall be in the city of Phoe nix, county of Maricopa, state of Arizona, with a branch place for the transaction of such business in the city of Tucson, Pima county, said state, and there may be additional branch offices established at such other places either in the state of Arizona or in any other state or territory of the United States as may be designated by the board of di tectors of said corporation. ARTICLE III. The general nature of the busi ness proposed to be transacted by this corporation shall be that of a general brokerage and commission agent, fruit and produce agent, in volving each and everything apper taining to said branches of industry, the manufacturing, buying and sell ing of all kinds of merchandise, fruits, vegetables and the like; acting as middleman or agent for the sale of such products; purchasing, ac quiring, holding, giving and talcing mortgages upon real or personal pro perty of every kind and description; the boi rowing of money and issuing and sale of mortgages, real or per sonal on any or all of the property of the corporation; the purchasing. acquiring, owning and selling of its own capital stock and bonds, as well ns the capital stock and bonds of tiny other corporation whatsoever; and generally to do and perform each and everything requisite in the traas- action of any of the businesses afore said, as a private individual might do under the laws of the said state of Arizona, or of any other state or territory of the United States of America, or in the Republic of Mexi co or any foreign country. ARTICLE IV. The amount of the capital stock of this corporation shall be Seventy five Thousand Dollars ($75,000.00) divided into Seven Hundred and Fifty (750) shares of the par value of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) each, which said capital stock shall be paid for at such times and upon such conditions as may bo prescribed by the board of directors, and said board of directors are hereby author- zed to issue any or all of said stock fully paid and non-assessable in con sideration of the transfer to this cor poration of the property, businesses or rights in property or businesses of any kind and description which said corporation Is hereby authorized to transact, acquire, own or deal in, and each certificate of stock shall state upon its face the number of shares represented thereby, and that the same is fully paid and non-assessable. ARTICLE V. The time of the commencement of this corporation shall be the date of the filing of the articles of incorpor ation for record in the office of the Corporation Commission in the state of Arizona, and a certified copy thereof in the office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, said State, and the termination thereof shall be twenty-five (25) years next thence ensuing, unless the said cor poration be renewed pursuant to tho laws of the said state of Arizona be fore termination thereof. ARTICLE VI. The highest amount of indebted ness or liability for which this cor poration shall at any time subject itself shall be the amount of Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000,000). ARTICLE VII. The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted and managed by a board of three directors, who shall be stockholders in the corporation end in the said board shall be vest ed the corporate powers of the cor poration. The names of the persons who are appointed to serve as di rectors of this corporation until the annual election of directors or until their successors are duly elected and qualified, are the following, to-wit: John F. Barker, E. B. Winstanley, and Irma P. Barker, all of the said city of Phoenix. Thereafter the di rectors of this corporation shall be elected by the stockholders at the nnnual meeting, which shall be held on the third Monday in March of each year, beginning on the third Mondav in March of the year 1915. ARTICLE VIII. Tp officers of this corporation shall be a President, Vice President. Secretary, Treasurer and General I Manager, as well as such other of ficers and agents as the board of directors shall deem necessary and may create from time to time for the proper transaction of itsbusi ness. Until the first annual election of directors and until their suc cessors are duly elected and quali fied, the following named persons shall constitute the officers of this corporation for the first year, name ly: John F. Barker, President, and General Manager; Irma P. Barker. Vice President, and E. B. Winstan ley, Secretary and Treasurer. Two or more of the offices of this cor poration may be held by one and the same persop in the discretion of the board of directors. ARTICLE IS. The officers and directors of this corporation shall hold office for a term of one year from their election and until their successors are duly elected and qualified. Should a di rector cease to be a stockholder his office shall be declared vacant and said vacancy shall be filled for the unexpired term by the board of di rectors, which said board shall have the power to fill such vacancy or any other vacancy among the offi cers or board of directors of said corporation. ARTICLE X. The private property of the stock holders of this corporation shall bo ixempt from corporate debts and li abilities of every kind for any of the debts and liabilities of this corpora tion. The capital stock of this cor poration shall be non -assessable. ARTICLE XI. The board of directors shall have the power to borrow money for any purpose for the corporation, and power to authorize any officer or officers of the corporation to execute notes or coupon bonds of the corpor ation therefor, and to secure the sam by real or personal mortgage upon the properties of the corporation, anil to do and perform all acts necessary in managing and carrying out the affairs and business of the corpora tion. The board of directors shall also have the power to pass by-laws and to make amendments thereto. The said v corporation shall have power to increase or diminish its capital stock by a majority vote of the stockholders represented at any stockholders' meetings or any spe cial meetings of the stockholders, called for that purpose, and in ac cordance with the laws of said State of Arizona. IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have hereunto, set our hands and seals this 20th day of March, 1914. JOHN F. BARKER. E. B. WINSTANLEY. State of Arizona, County of Mari copa: ss. THIS INSTRUMENT was ac knowledged before me this 20th day of March. 1914 by John F. Barker and E. B. Winstanley. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand and seal on said date. K. MAXWELL. Notary Public. My Commission expires: Feb. 15, 1916. Filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission this 23rd day of March A. D.. 1914 at 10:00 a. m. at request of John B. Wright, whose postoffice address is Tucson, Arizona. ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION. By W P. Geary, Chairman.