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, THE ARIZONA REEUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1914
PAGE SEVEN
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STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Phoenix National Bank
will be held In Its office in Phoenix,
Ariz., on Tuesday January 12th, 1915,
at 3 o'clock P. M. for the purpose of
electing a board of directors to serve
! the ensuing year and to transact such
I other business as may properly come
tf before said meeting.
j H. D. MARSHALL.
I ' Cashier
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
of
QUEEN CREEK POWER and
WATER COMPANY
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS, That we the undersign
ed, being desirous of forming a cor
poration under the laws of the State
of Arizona, have associated ourselves
together for that purpose and have
adopted and do hereby acknowledge
the adoption of the following Arti
cles of Incorporation.
ARTICLE I.
The name, residence and postoffice
address of the several incorporators
are:
JOHN SCHROCK, whose residence
is WICHITA, KANSAS, and whose
postoffice address is WICHITA,
KANSAS.
EUGENE KELLY, whose residence
is LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA,
and whose postoffice address is LOS
ANGELES, CALIFORNIA.
J. R. DETWF.1LER, whose resi
dence is PHOENIX. ARIZONA, and
whose postoffice address is PHOE
NIX. ARIZONA.
C. II. RITTENHOUSE, whose resi
dence is PHOENIX, ARIZONA, and
whose postoffice address is PHOE
NIX, ARIZONA.
WM. H. RENCK, whose residence
3 HIGLEY, ARIZONA, and whose
postortice address is HIULEY, ARI
ZONA.
O. S. STAPLEY. whose residence
MESA. ARIZONA, and whose
postoffice address is MESA, ARI
ZONA. PAUL B. BEVILLE, whose resi
dence is MESA, ARIZONA, and
whose postoffice address is MESA,
ARIZONA.
ARTICLE II.
The name of the corporation is
QUEEN CREEK POWER and WA
TER COMPANY.
ARTICLE III.
The principal place of business of
the corporation shall be at Phoenix.
Maricopa County, Arizona, with such
subordinate offices elsewhere as the
necessities or conveniences of the
business of the corporation may re-
;uire.
ARTICLE IV.
The general nature of the busi
ness proposed to be transacted by
the corporation is to store, im
pound, divert, distribute and make
available, water for the irrigation of
the lands of the stockholders of this
corporation, and for that purpose
this corporation shall have power
and It is the intention to develop and
acquire the right to the use of
water for irrigation, domestic and
mechanical puvoses from both sur
face and underground sources there
of; to make the same availabl; and
convenient for use by pumping: by
the construction of dams, reservoirs,
canals, ditches, laterals, pipe lines
and other conduits, gates and other
appliances for the storage, diversion
and delive.y of water; rj acquire,
own, operate and maintain such
means as may seem vest or I'C most
convenient for these purposes; to
generate or rent or r.ire or otherwise
acquire the ri',it tr use el.'ctiicUv or
other power necessary, proper or
convenient for any of said purposes,
and as well for mechanical or light
ing or other purposes as the de
mands of the stockholders may sug
gest or require; to purchase, or
oinerwise acquire all thv necessary-
real and personal property needed:
proper or convenient ior tne pur
poses aforesaid and to use and cul
tivate said real property; to uy.
sell, lease, hypothecate, mortgage or
otherwise dispose of real and per
sonal property; to execute deed,
notes, bonds or other obligations and
secure them by pledge of the co:
porate property therefor; to issu its
stock or such part thereof, as may
be necessary therefor in payment for
the acquisition by purchase or con
struction of the necessary irrigation
works for supplying the lands of its
stockholders with water for the rec
lamation, Irrigation and cultivation
thereof, and to do whatever nay be
necessary, proper or convenient for
the accomplishment of nil of said
purposes.
ARTICLE V.
The capital stock of this corpora
tion is Seven Hundred and Fifty
Thousand Two Hundred and Ten
($750,210.00) Dollars. divided into
twenty-five thousand and seven
(25.007) shares of the par or face
value of Thirty $30.00) Dolars each.
Seven (7) shares of the capital
stock shall be subscribed and paid
for in cash at par and are designed
and are to be so issued to make
eligible and qualify the holders
thereof to be members of the first
Board of Directors hereinafter named
and to hold office in the corporation.
The remainder of the shares shall
be divided into five series to con
sist of five thousand (5,000) shares
each and shall be known respective
ly as "Series A," "Series B," "Series
C," "Series D." and "Series E."
The shares of the stock in each of
the series denoted by letters as
above shall, as they are severally
issued become, and thereafter remain
appurtenant and inseparably attached
to lands owned by the holders there
of, and for the irrigation of which,
among other things, this corpora
tion is organized; and no person
other than the owner of land cap
able of irrigation from the works of
the corporation shall be the owner or
holder of any xof said stock (except
of the seven shares above mentioned
and sold for cash) and then of no
greater number of shares than the
number of acres of such land he
owns.
It is the purpose of this corporation
to construct its irrigation works in five
several units, each of which shall be
capable of efficiently and adequately
supplying water to and for the irriga
tion of five thousand (5,000) acres of
land (or less If the number of acres in
any unit be reduced as hereinafter pro
vided), to be compactly and conven
iently situated for that purpose, and
that the several series of stock shall
be respectively appurtenant to the
lands in a given unit.
The units of the system may be all
constructed and Installed contemno-
raneously or may be constructed and Kelly, J. R. Detweiler, C. H. Ritter
installed In successive units of five house, Wm. H. Renck, O. S. Stapley
thousand acres capacity each, but the and Paul B. Beville. The Board may
construction and intallation of ne unit fill anv vacancies in its membership.
shall be undertaken until the full num-
ber of shares of the series of shares to
be appurtenant to the lands therein
shall h ive been subscribed for and oth
erwise disposed of as hereinafter set
out.
The Board of Directors may, if that
shall appear to be for the best interest
of the corporation, reduce the number
of acres to be supplied by any unit of
the plant to the number of acres which
they may ultimately determine the said
unit will adequately supply with wa
ter. No greater numljer of shares of
the stock of that series shall be issued
than the number of acres to be sup
plied by such unit.
Eefore the commencement' of the
construction and installation of any
unit of the works contemplated hereby,
the Board of Directors shall define the
districts of lands within which the
lands to be supplied are situated.
The certificates of the ownership of
shares of stock (except of the seven
qualifying shares first above men
tioned) shall indicate on their face the
series of which they are a part and
shall distinctly specify by proper de
scription the lands to which the shares
for which they are each issued are ap
purtenant.
The shares of the capital stock of this
corporation (except the seven shares
above mentioned to be sold for cash)
shall be subscribed for, sold, paid for
and issued in the manner as follows:
To any owner of land situated in any
of said districts of land to be. supplied
by a unit of said plant who shall val
idly convey in fee simple without en
cumbrance of any kind, one-half of
such lands to this corporation to be ac
ceptable to the Board of Directors,
shares if this corporation of the ser
ies of shares which, under the provis
ions of these articles would be appur
tenant thereto, equal to the number of
acres so conveyed by him to the cor
poration shall be issued as fully paid
up. The other half of the shares of
said stock shall be retained by the
company and made appurtenant to the
lands so conveyed to it, and shall be is
sued to the purchaser or purchasers
from the corporation of such lands as
fully paid up.
ARTICLE VI.
Subscriptions to the capital stock of
this corporation shall be in writing,
signed and acknowledged by the sub
scriber and his wife 'or her husband as
the case may be, if he or she be mar
ried, in such form as to pledge the land
to which the shares subscribed for are
made appurtenant, to the payment of
all assessments that mav be made
against the same and subject to all
other conditions contained in these
Articles and the By-laws of the corpo
ration. The form of such subscription con
tract shall be prescribed by the Board
of Directors and may be changed frorn
time to time as it may be thought
proper.
ARTICLE VII.
For the purpose of raising revenue
for the improvement, enlargement, bet
terment or replacement of the works
that may have been constructed or in
stalled in any unit of the plant con
structed as contemplated by these Art
icles of Incorporation, the cost thereof
may be assessed in equal proportions
against all the shares of the stock is
sued in that particular series, and the
amount thereof shall be a lien on the
land to which such shares are appurte
nant. But no such assessment for Im
provement, enlargement, extension,
betterment, or replacement shall be
made in any one year for a sum in the
aggregate greater than Ten Thousand
($10,000.00) Dollars, unless such im
provement, enlargement, extension, bet
terment or replacement shall have been
first authorized by the votes or assent
of the owners of at least two-thirds -f
the stock then issued of the series of
the unit upon which such improvement,
enlargement, extension, betterment or
replacement shall have been received
upon, to be ascertained and evidenced
in the manner to be prescribed by the
by-laws of the corporation.
ARTICLE Vlll.
The revenue necessary for the cost
of oeration, maintenance ami repairs
of the works of the corporation and
other administrative expenses shall be
raised annually by the assessment of
the stock thereof against the shares of
the capital stock, and shall be when
levied, a lien on the lands to which said
shares are apurtenant. Such cost shall
be apportioned and assessed as follows:
The general administrative cost shall
be assessed equally against all the
shares of the corporation stock then
outstanding.
The actual operating, maintenance
and repair cost of each unit shall be
levied equally against the shares
then outstanding of the series appur
tenant to the' lands served or that
is entitled to be served by such unit
and such assessment shall be a lien
upon the lands to which such shares
are appurtenant. The manner of
making such assessments, provided
for in this and the next preceding
Article, and enforcing, the collection
thereof shall be prescribed by the By
Laws. ARTICLE IX
As an incident to the ownership of
each share of the several series of
the capital stock of this corporation.
and as evidence thereof, such share
holder shall be entitled to have de
livered to him for the irrigation of
each acre of his land to which such
share is appurtenant, that propor-
tion of all the water made available
tor delivery to such acre of land that
such acre bears to the whole number
of acres to which shares of this cor
poration of that particular series are
made appurtenant, all upon the same
conditions and terms and subject to
the same rules and regulations.
ARTICLE X.
The affairs of this corporation are
to be conducted by a Board of Di
rectors to consist of seven members
who shall be stockholders, and by a
President, Vice-president, Secretary
and Treasurer.
The duties and powers of the Pre.
sident. Vice-president, Secretary and
treasurer shall be those usually in
cident to such office, and such other
no the Board of Directors may by
Ey-laws Impose.
The first Board of Directors shall
I serve for the term of five years from
the date hereof, and and shall be
composed of John Schrock, Eugene
After the expiration of the term rf
office of the members of the Board
- of Directors above named, the term
of office of members of tile Board
may be reduced by a By-law of the
corporation.
The Board of Directors shall ap
point the President, the Vice-President,
the Secretary and the Trea
surer and fix their term of office,
but not for a term less than one
year.
The Board of Directors shall fill
all vacancies in such offices as they
occur from whatever cause.
There shall be regular meetings of
the Board of Directors on the first
and third Tuesdays of each month at
the office of the company at Fhoe-
nix. commencing at ten o'clock A. M.,
of those day and no notice need be ,
given thereof to the members of the
Board.
There may be special -meetings of
the Board to be called as may De
provided in the By-Laws. There
shall be regular meetings of the
shareholders on the first Tuesday
of January of each year (except
the year 1915) and special meet
ings thereof may be called as may
be provided by the By-Laws.
ARTICLE XI.
The date of the commencement of
the corporation shall be the date
upon which a Certificate of Incor
poration shall be delivered to it by
the Corporation Commission of this
State and shall endure for the period
of twenty-five years next hereafter,
reserving the rights of renewal
thereafter as prescribed by law.
ARTICLE XII.
The highest amount of indebted
ness or liability to which the cor
poration may subject itself is Two
Hundred and Fifty Thousand ($250,
000.00) Dollars.
The private property of the stock
holders of the corporation shall be
exempt from liability from its debts
or obligations.
ARTICLE XIII.
These Articles sha". not be changed
or amended except such amendment
shall be nuthorizedSby the affirma
tive vote of three fourths of the out
standing stock of this corporation.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we
have hereunto set our hands this
19th day of December, 1914.
JOHN SCHKOCK
EUGENE KELLY
J. R. DETWEILER
C. H. RITTENHOUSE.
WM. H. RENCK
O. S. STAPLEY
PAUL B. BEVILLE
STATE OF ARIZONA,
County of Maricopa, ss
Before me, Ethol Frost, a Notary
Public in and for the State and
County aforesaid, on this day per
sonally appeared John Schrock, Eu
gene Kelly, J. R. Detweiler, C. H.
Rittenliouse, Wm. H. Renck, o. S.
Stapley and Paul B. Beville known
to me to be the persons whose
names are subscribed to the fore
going instrument, and acknowledged
to me that they executed the sam
for the purposes and consideratior,
therein expressed.
GIVEN under my hand and seal of
office this 19th day of December A
I)., 1914.
I ETHOL FROST,
My commission expires February 27.
1016.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
07
THE ARIZONA LAND 4 IM
PROVEMENT COMPANY
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS, That we the undersign
ed, b?ing desirous of forming a cor
poration under the laws of the State
of Arizona, have associated ourselves
together and have adopted and dr,
hereby acknowledge the adoption of
the following Articles of Incorpora
tion. ARTICLE I-
The name, residence and postof
fice address of the several incor
porators are :
JOHN SCHROCK. whose resi
dence is WICHITA, KANSAS, and
whose postoffice address is WICHI
TA, KANSAS.
EUGENE KELLY, whose residence
is LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA,
and whose postoffice address is
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA.
J. R. DETWEILER, whose resi
dence is PHOENIX, ARIZONA, and
whose postoffice nddress is PHOE
NIX, ARIZONA.
C H RITTENHOUSE. whose resi
dence is PHOENIX, ARIZONA, and
whose postoffice address Is PHOE
NIX. ARIZONA.
ARTICLE II.
The name of the corporation is
THE ARIZONA LAND & IM
PROVEMENT COMPANY
ARTICLE III.
The principal place of business of
the corporation shall be at Phoenix,
Arizona, with such subordinate of
fices elsewhere as the necessities or
conveniences of the business of the
corporation may require.
ARTICLE IV.
The general nature of the busi
ness proposed to be transacted by
the corporation is:
To construct, install, equip and
otherwise acquire, own, manage, con
trol and operate plants for pumping
water from underground or other
t sources thereof for use in the rec
lamation and irrigation of lands and
for stock, domestic and other uses;
to construct dams and other works
for the storage of water flowing in
natural streams or public sources
and thence to divert the same to
lands to be used in the irrigation
and reclamation thereof; to. con
struct or otherwise acquire proper
distributing syste'ms of canals,
bitches or other conduits for the
carriage and delivery of such water
from its sources to the lands to be
irrigated and to the points of other
use; to acquire by purchase, barter,
exchange or otherwise, any kind of
such works; to improve and other
wise fit lands for reclamation and
cultivation and to sell or lease the
same; to acquire title to lands and
to sell, lease or otherwise dispose of
or encumber them or any part
thereof as may seem best to the
Board of Directors; to establish and
maintain offices and agencies in
Arizona or elsewhere for the sale of
its own as well as of other lands;
to contract for the construction and
to construct Irrigation works of any
or any kind for other persons, as
sociations or corporations; to pur
ehuse .and sell or lease machinery of
all kinds and other supplies design
ed or proper for use in the reclama
tion and irrigation and cultivation
of lands; to supply power for the
operation of pumps for irrigation
works or for the supply of water
for domestic, stock or manufactur
ing and other uses and purposes;
to acquire, own and hold, by pur
chase, exchange or acceptance In
payment or exchange for use of
construction and the furnishing of
machinery, tools, material, supplies
or appliances used in the construc
tion of irrigation plants; to acquire
by purchase or otherwise, shares.
notes, bonds or other money or pro-
perty obligation or obligations of
other corporations, and sell, barter,
exchange or hypothecate the same;
to conduct such business or any
part thereof in this state and in
any other state, territory or country
and finally to do everything needful,
proper and convenient in the ac
complishment of its said purposes.
ARTICLE V.
The Capital Stock of this corpora
tion shall be Two Hundred Thousand
($200,000.00) Dollars, divided into
two thousand (2,000) shares of One
Hundred ($100.00) Dollars each,
which shall be paid for in cash or
in property at such times and in
such manner as the Board of Di
rectors may designate.
All or any portion of the Capital
Stock may be issued in payment for
real or personal property, services or
other right or thing of value for
the uses of the corporation, and
when so issued such stock shall be
come and be full paid up; and the
Directors shall be the side judge of
the value of any property, right or
thjng, acquired in exchange for or
purchase of the stock of this cor
poration. No shares of the Capital Stock
shall be issued until fully paid for,
and after issue shall forever be non
assessable. ARTICLE VI.
The date of the commencement of
the corporation shall be the date
upon which a Certificate of Incor
poration shall be delivered to it by
the Corporation Commission of this
state and shall endure for the pe
riod of twenty-five years next here
after, reservinff the rights of re
newal thereafter us prescribed by
law. ARTICLE VII.
The affairs of this corporation
shall !jv conducted by a Board of
Directors to consist of four
mem-
sers, a President, Vice-President
Secretary and Treasurer.
The following named persons con
stitute such board and the officers
of this corporation until their suc
cessors are chosen and qualified:
John Schrock, J. R. Detweiler,
Eugene Kelly and C. H. Rittenliouse,
and John Schrock shall be President,
J. R. Detweiler shall be Vice-President,
C. H. Rittenhouse shall be
Secretary and Eugene Kelly, Treas
urer. A majority of such directors shall
constitute a quorum.
The Board of Directors shnil h
elected hereafter annually from
among the stockholders at a meet
ing of the stockholders, which meet
ing shall be held on the first Mon
day of Januart in each recurring
year hereafter. ,
ARTICLE VIII
The Roard of Directors shall have
power to adopt, amend, rescind and
repeal By-laws, to appoint the oth
er officers of the corporation, to fill j
vacancies -occurring in the Board of
Directors or In any of the
offices
of the corporation and to exercise
such other powers as may he neces
sary in the transaction of the busi
ness of the corporation.
ARTICLE IX.
The highest amount of indebted
ness or liability to which the cor
poration may subject itself is One
Hundred and Thirty Thousand
($130,000.00) Dollars.
ARTICLE X.
The private property of the stock
holders of the corporation shall be
exempt from liability for its debts
or obligations.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF,
have hereunto set our hands
we
this
19th day of December, 1914.
JOHN SCHROCK
EUGENE KELLY
J. R. DETWEILER
C. H. RITTENHOUSE.
STATE OF ARIZONA.
'ounty of Maricopa, ss.
Before me, Ethol Frost, a Notary
Public in and for the State and
County- aforesaid, on . this day per
sonally appeared John Schrock, Eu
gene Kelly, J. R. Detweiler and C.
H. Rittenhouse, known to me to be
the persons whose names are sub
scribed to the foregoing instrument,
and acknowledged to me thfst ",ey
executed the same for the purposes
and considerations therein expressed.
GIVEN under my hand and seal
of office this 19th day of December,
A. D. 1914.
ETHOL FROST.
(Seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires February 27,
191S.
Help Yourself and Help
the Valley; Drag the Roads!
"GOING UP"
A Great Bargain
In a Grape Fruit Grove and one in an Alfalfa Farm.
Must be sold. Price wav down. Let us tell you
about it.
Lands in All Parts of, the Valley. Orange and
Grape Fruit Lands a Specialty
GLENDALE
ENJOYABLE CHRISTMAS TREE
Mrs. Riordan, proprietoress of the
Hotel Glenwood, gave a Christmas tree
party Christmas night, which was at
tended by a large number of people and
enjoyed very much by them. Especial
ly to those away from home, it was
pleasurable, as it supplied the Christ
mas cheer, which would have other
wise been lacking. During the evening,
Mr. Clothier and others, furnished
some delightful music. Everyone left,
declaring Mrs. Riordan to be an ideal
entertainer.
DANCE AT RAINBOW THEATER
Prof. Oro, of the Murray-Anderson
dancing academy, phoenix, was out to
the Rainbow theater Christmas night
and gave a number of exhibitions of
the latest dances. The management of
this theater are to be congratulated in
getting such good talent to come to
their house, as it was a decided treat
to the Glendale. people to have the pro
fessor with us. .
BOOTHS ARRIVE FROM TEXAS
Mrs. B. F. Booth and two boys ar
rived Christmas morning to join Mr.
Booth. They are from Timpson, Texas.
CAR OF HAY
The Clendale Crocery shipped a car
of hay to Wit kenbarg, Saturday morn
ing. CATTLE TO FLAGSTAFF
Cowden Pros, shipped a car of fat
rattle to Flagstaff Saturday.
CHRISTMAS DINNER GUESTS
Mr. aud Mrs. Robert Scudder had
Miss Alma Ricks and Miss Fern Fos
ter as guests Christmas day. fur dinner.
PHOENIX VISITORS
Roy Hcnz and family spent Christ
mas day with friends in Phoenix.
MR. AND r.'RS. FIOCK ENTERTAIN
Mr. and Mis. E. J. Fiock had Mr.
and Mrs. L. Myers and Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Lewis for Christmas dinner yes
terday CHRISTMAS DINNER HOSTS
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Carrick had Mr.
and Mrs. :tnd Mrs. L. Myers as dinner
guests, Christmas day. '
ENTERTAIN CHRISTMAS DAY
Mr. and Mrs. Harry More had as
dinner guests Christmas day, Mr. and
Mls y- yv Little and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Sample and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Alliert Huff, Miss Merle Huff, and
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Huff and family.
BRIDGE WHIST PARTY
Christmas night Dr. and Mrs. 'Pear
son entertained with bridge whist.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Gump, Mr. an 1 Mrs. H. T. Cartmel. Mr.
and Mrs. C. R. Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. G.
W. Walters, the Misses Farthing and
Macklin an- Miss Bobby Cartmel
CAN'T TOUCH GERMANY THE-RE
LONDON. Dec. 27. In discussions of
the possibility of bringing Germany to
her knees by cutting off war supplies,
copper always figures prominently, but
a member of a London firm which be
fore the war supplied Germany with
much of her supply of base metals de
clares household fixtures alone in the
country would suffice to provide, the
neeessaiy copper for many years. He
estimates that door knobs alone would
supply the country with the necessary
copper necessary for making munitions
of war for the next three years.
Estate of Geo. II. Newsholme. de
ceased. Notice is hereby given by
the undersigned administrator with
will annexed of the Estate of Geo. II.
Newsholme. deceased, to the credi
tors of and all persons having 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
administrator, Walter Bennett, at the
office of Kibbey, Bennett & Bennett,
Fleming Block, in the City of Phoe
nix, Arizona, the same being the
place for the transaction of the busi
ness of said estate, in the said Coun
ty of Maricopa, Arizona.
WALTER BENNETT.
Administrator of the estate of Geo.
H. Newsholme, deceased.
Dated this 3rd day of December. 1914.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
The . jnual meeting of the stock
holders of the National Bank of Ari
zonawill be held in its office in Phoe
nix, Arizona, on Tuesday, January 12,
1915, at 3 o'clock p. m., for the purpose
of electing a board of directors to
serve for the ensuing year, and trans
act such other business as may prop
erly come before said meeting.
December 12, 1914.
S. OBERFELDER,
Cashier.
o
If the Sun Shines, Drag
the Roads!
D. D. HORNING
For Sale Lands in small or large
acreage, also city property.
INSURANCE AND LOANS
RENTALS, COLLECTIONS
Office 411 West Monroe St.
Corner Fourth Ave. Phoeni.
Investment Securities
Phoenix Trust Co.
16 West Adams Street

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