THE 'ARIZONA' KEPUKLICAN. THURSDAY MORNLNO, JANUARY' 7, 1915
Kinds of Sherwin-Williams
For Three Kinds of Surfaces
MAR-NOT i'nr floors is ;i washable floor varnish
of special (lui-aliilitv. It is elastic and tough.
SCAR-NOT for woodwork and furniture. Tho
steam from a radiator, the heat of a dish or the
splash of boiling water "will not mar it.
REXPAR for all kinds of outdo., r work. The
king of varnish.
EZRA W. THAYER.
Everything in Hardware
12l-r,0 E. AVasliington Street. 127-133 E. Adams
THEN TAKE THE
Golden State Limited
Premier Train of tha Southwest
THE DIRECT LINE OF LOWEST ALTITUDES
Arizona Eastern Railroad
Southern Pacific Company
El Paso & Southwestern System
. '. ... Rock Island Lines
General Passenger Agent,
El Paso. Texas.
The . jnunl 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,
!H5, 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.
Benefit the Moose
A Ereath from the
Ante-Bellum Days of
Two Shows Nightly 7:10 and 8:40
10 and 20c.
Try ARepublican Want Ad
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
other business as may properly come
before said meeting.
II. D. MARSHALL,
For Reservations. Of
fice open from 12 noon
until 11 night.
"Wednesday and Thursday
Today, the 14th, Episode of
THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY
Greatest serial picture of the year.
Three Big Acts of
High Class Pictures.
10c and 15c
Geo. Klein's (Jreat Production of
' "JULIUS CAESAR"
Today THE HIGHER LAW
Featiuinar-Miss Pauline Bush
2-Reel 101 Bison "
TODAY FOR THE
11. W. Griffith presents the
si x -i il production (if the
life drama in miranry of
John Howard Pa no.
Tli is extraordinary Photo
drama shows how the song,
"Home, Sweet Homo,"
brought at crm-ial times
"into many lives has been an
i uspirn (ion.
W. E. LAWRENCE
F. A. TURNER
W. H. LONG
starting at 11 a. m.. 1 p. m
3 p. m., 5 p. m.t 7 p. m.,
9 p. m.
NOTE In order to lie com
I'ortaMy seated ii is advis
able to attend the day shows
and avoid the night crowds.
BIG LIST OF PRIZES FOR
CHANDLER POULTRY SHOW
Preparations for Bird Exhibit Latter
Part of Month.
X') pains are heing spared to make
the poultry show t he given in
Chandler Jan-.tary 2S, 2 and .Hi, a
((teat success. It will he given under
the auspices of the Chandler Poul
try association, which is affiliated
Klaw & Kvlanger pre
sent a stirring story of
love and adventure in
10c and 15c
I OF COOPERATION
Earm Advisor is Like -M;ui
Who Knows -Everybody's
Troubles and How t;
Remedy Them Studv
"One man, who will go among th"
farmers with a question in his
moutli instead of good advice, all the
time, will prove mote valuable to
1 hem than I hey know," was the sur
prising statement ,,f 1). V. Work,
lecturer witli the I'niversity agricul
tural bureau from the Washington
department. .sir. Working was ad
dressing a meeting of farmers ant
I nsiness men at the Water temple
!! the subject of tile farm advisor.
"In every community there is need
of co-operation in study and ni-ui-eration
in work Study should came
first, and then the work will be nmi'"
efficient and better directed
"You know that a. man might come
to this valley and grub along for a
while and, if lie were persistent, he
might barn in time to make a liv
ing off an irrigated farm. You also
know that in some places there are
men who just naturally learn all
about everybody's farms so that lie
is able to answer iiiestions about
tnem all. Well, il is just that sort
of man only trained by many years
of stjily and experiment, to learn
more ouickly and thoroughly 1he de
fects in farms who will be you"
farm advisor. He is a man to whom
all fa-mers may carry their troubles.
He tells everybody else evorybod. s
troubles, and they all learn from
them. In this way the farmer helps
himself and helps his neighbor. And
this is the best sort ,if co-operation,
-Mr. Working illustrated bis lecture
stereopt icon vieivs, showing the
of the farm advisor and the j-e-obtained.
with the American I'oultry assmia
tinn. A .-M'O'.SiU invitatinn ?iv"i
hri'pdrrs from " Ulrmlale, I'hocnix,
Tf-mpr and Alcsn to exhibit birds. In
I fithlittiin t" handsome ribbon pri.t s.
.sptH-i;,! cfisii prizes arm prf-nnutn.-;
fn.m 'liaiubVr merchants in nt i -chnmMse
will be given all classes
t he value of une huutlrod dollars.
Also silvt-r caps will be offered hy
l")r. A.-J. Char.db r. V. J. Lewis and
tiie ('handler poultry association, iie
siiU s these, it is ox peeled by the
time the show opens there wiH be
previa 1 premiums offered by manu
facturers of poultry supplies in dif
ferent pnrts of the country
I HORSE BREEDERS, ASS'N
j IMPORT FINE ANIMALS
On Friday last there arrived 1 s i
! Chandler from Davis. Cul.. ami im
I posted by the local Horse nreedors"
association, a Percheron anil coacli
stallion. lintli animals an' bred :n
Ike r-iirplc .and splendid spt-i-inions f
their rt'.HtuM-ti"c lro-ds. Tlif" are
SUED FOR HAY
In tlie case of H. fi. fallsiin vs.
Chandlf-r Oommissinn lonijiany f.r
tlie value of a ear of liny shipped lv
the i 'handler company t i l.illcnthal
At Co., Houston, Texas, judgment was
Kiven the plaintiff to the amount of
$i'. The hay was rejected hy the
parties to whom it was shipped, they
alieKitn; it was inferior MUality. Th.
Chandler Commission ((nipnny claim
ed that they were acting as for
warding agents only. Carlson alleged
that the commission company ;t;'
tually houht the hay. The commis
sion company say they will appeal.
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
STATE OF ARIZONA
OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA COR
1'nited States of America, State if
The Arizona Corporation Commis
sion does hereby certify that the an
nexed is a true and complete trans
cript of the Articles of Incorpora
tion fif the Central Hank of rhoeni:;,
which were filed in the office of
said Arizona Corporation Commis
sion on the 4th day of January, A.
U, 1!'1j, at 10:. 10 o'clock, A. M, a.i
provided by law.
In testimony whereof. The Arizona
Corporation Commission. by its
Chairman, has hereunto set its hand
and affixed its Official Seal. Uo:ie
at the city of I'hoenix, the Capitet.
this 41h day of January, A. 1 ll't".
Arizona Corporation Commission.
(Seal; W. P. (SHAKY
Attest: FRANK JjKSOCZA. Sec.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
KNOW ALL, -MIOX HY THKSE
That we, the undersigned, do here
by associate ourselves together for
the purpose of forming a corpora
tion under the laws of the State of
Arizona; and we do hereby certify;
That the ltames, residences and
post office addresses of the under
signed corporators are as follows:
CJco. S. Lew in. Oak Park, III., 32.:
Wesley Avenue; Imiaz Schwinn, Chi
on bo. 111., 2U'S Humboldt i:!vd.; !'.
A. Crandall. Oak Park, 111.. 474 Xo.
Oak Park Ave; P. K. Lewis. Wichi
ta, Kan.; .1. VV. Cheney, Wichita,
That the name of this corporation
is The Central Rank of Phoenix, and
its principal place of transacting bu
siness shall be at Phoenix, Marico
pa County, State of Arizona.
The general nature of the business
For Otitic. Horses and
Poult ry '
You fret it at
The Bear Drug Store
Oiiosito City Hall
proposed to be transacted by the cor
poration shall be that of banking;
and to that end it shall have the
pou-er to receive, as banker, as de
positors or otherwise, checks, drafts,
hills of exchange, currency, specie or
other forms of money or means of
payment thereof, and 1o hold the
same or collect and hold the same;
i pay out monies or credits up.m
checks fir drafts signed by its depo
sitors, or otherwi.se. to provide
by its T5y-l,-uvs or by contract
or otherwise whether interest
shall be paid upon any funds depos
ited with it and upon what conditions
and upon what terms, if any. any funds
deposited witu it shall draw interest; to
make, sien. execute and deliver, or
issue, or cause to be made, siirned.
executed and delivered, or issued,
any and all kinds of checks, drafts
or hills of exchange apainst any
funds boloneinn to it or its deposi
tors or otherwise; to deposit its
funds or redeposit its depositors'
funds in or with any other bank or
banks, any banker or bankers, trust
Company or companies, whether
charging interest or not. or other
wise: to loan money upon stocks,
boin's. real estate or chattel mort
gages, or other securities, and upon
notes, bonds or other evidences of
indebtedness; to sell hypothecate or
pledge notes, bills of exchange, or
oilier evidences of indebtedness own
ed, used or held- by it: to construe;,
purchase, hire, lease er otherwise ac
ipiire safe deposit vaults, and op
crate the same by siih-leasine space
therein or otherwise, and generally
to make any and ail contracts and
to do and perform, all and sundry
the at ts and things necessary anil
proper to be done and performed in
the carrying out of any of tlie pur
poses hereinbefore set forth: and
also to ,lo and perform all and sun
dry, the mis and things, whether or
not they be herein specifically enum
erated, that pertain to the general
business, of banking: to purchase, or
otherwise acquire, hire, own, use,
pledge, mortgage, operate, sell, or
otherwise dispose of any real estaie
Mid of any personal property of any
kind or character as . it may con
sider necessary in the conduct of i:s
said business to the extent that may
Mail or bring this Blank, together with your remittance, to main office of
The Arizona Republican, corner Adams and Second Streets, Phoenix, Ariz.
Subscription Order and Renewal Blank
Send me The Arizona Republican (new) (old) for One Year, for which
I enclose herewith S5.00 and also the amount of my arrears from
to See note at bottom
NOTE Positively all arrears and amounts now due on back subscrip
tion must be paid before advantage can be taken of the Special $5.00 Bar
gain Offer for' the year 1915. Please understand that this $5.00 offer is
positively only good if taken advantage of on or before January 9, 1915,
After January 9, 1915, positively nothing accepted at any but the regular
RATES 75 cents per month on contract. If paid in advance, $2.00 for
3 months; $4.00 for 6 months; $8.00 for one year; $5.00 offer good only once
a year tnat is now.
! be permissable under the laws .if
! That the amount of the capital
: stock of this corporation which is
authorized is the sum of one Hui.
; dred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.0.0,
i divided into one Thousand (l""n)
! shares of the par value of One Hum-'
jdred Hollars (Jlml.OO) each: and that
j of this amount the sum of Fifty
Thousand Dollars $r.0,tmo.0O) Dollars
j is to be subscribed at the date her" -!
of and is to be paid for in cash it
, the par value thereof IPn or before
line 1st day of January, liur,, or be
! fore this corporation shall apply for
I a license to engage in the business
j for w hich it is organized; the amount
j of the capital stuck not thus sub-
scribed and paid for shall remain
; unissued until such time ,,r times as
the corporation shall direct, through
a regular meeting uf the stockhold
ers, or a special meeting called for
that purpose, provided, such author
ization shall receive tlie vote of the
majority of stock as shown by the
j iecord.s of the corporation.
I That the time of the commencement
j i f this corporation shall be the date
i of the tiling of its articles of incorpora
tion in the oi l ice of the Corporation
Commission oi the state, and the time
of its termination or expiration shall
be Twenty-five c."n years thereafter.
T'lat the affairs, of this corporation
are to be conducted by a Hoard of
; Directors of not less than Five (.")
'or more than Nine lit) members, each
of whom shall be a stockholder of
' the corporation. The above named
j corporators shall constitute the itoanl
I of Directors until the first annual
I meeting- of the Stockholders as Itere
! inafter provided for, and until other
wise ordered . by the Stockholders or
by the Hoard of Directors, as hera
I inafter provided, the number of di
rectors siioll be Kive r,i. The stock
holders at any annual meeting there
I of, ''or the Hoard of Directors by re-
solution .it any meeting thereof call
i ed for that purpose, may increase the
j number of Directors from Kive (.")
j to any number not exceeding Nine
i SI. and elect such additional mem
bers. Any vacancy occurring in the
Board of Directors shall be filled by
the remaining Directors. Each mem
ber of tho Hoard shall hold office
from the time of his election and
qualification until the next annual
meeting of the Stockholders and un
til his successor is ebt-ted and qual
ified, except he be removed for cause
as hereinafter provided. The annual
meeting of the Stockholders shall be
held as the By-Laws may direct on
the first Wednesday after the first
Monday in January of each year.
The Hoard of Directors shall annually
elect a President and one or more
Vice-Presidents of the corporation
! from their number, and r Cashier
j ivhn may or may not be a Director
jof the corporation. The Hoard nf Di
! rectors may provide for other offi
! cers than those above mentioned, who
may or may not be stockholders of
the company as the Hoard of Direc
n rs may determine. The duties of
I the officers shall lie such as usually
'appertain to such offices subject to
such limitations as may be provided
for in the Hy-I.aws, of the corpora -
Hy-Laws for the government of the
ceirporation may be adopted at any
annual meeting of the Stockholders
or at any special meeting called for
the purpose, or may Vie adopted hy
the Hoard of Directors, and likewise
may he repealed or amended. Any
officer or director may be removed
from office by the Stockholders at
any special meeting thereof called
for that purpose, and his successor
elected at such meeting. Any vac
ancy occurring in any office of the
corporation shall be filled by th?
Hoard of Direitors. At all meetings
of the Stockholders a majority of
the outstanding stock shall consti
tute a quorum and each stock
holder shall have one vote for eac.i
share of stock standing in his name
upon the books of the company.
That the highest amount of in-
debtedness or liability direct or con
tingent, except such as may be creat
ed by the receiving of deposits and
the issue of certificates of deposits,
checks, and bills o( exchange, or ,y
re-di.scounting its paper or which
may otherwise be created in the
transaction of its business of hank
ing as hereinbefore set forth, to
which the corporation is at anytime
to subject itself be two-thirds of the.
amount of its outstanding capital
Kxcept as provided by existing law
in the case of a banking corporation,
the private property of the Stock
holders of this corporation is to r
exempt from corporate deals.
IX WITXKSS WDKItKOF, we lur e
hereunto set our hands and seais
this ;sth day of December, i n.
Thousand Xine Hundred Fourteen,
OKOp.rji: p. I.F.WIS.
I'. A. ('RANDALL,
P. K. LKWIS,
J. W. CI1KNF.Y.
State of Illinois, County of Cook, ss.
This instrument was acknowledged
before me, M.dvin A. Drew, a Notary
Public, in and for the ('.flinty .,f
Cook. State of Illinois, by (leoige ...
Lewis, Ignaz Schwinn. A. cran
dall, each of whom is personally
known to nie to be the individual
who executed and is described in tho
foregoing instrument and who ac
knowledged to me that they executed
'lie same for the purpose and con
sideration therein expressed.
MKLVJ.V A. DISF.W, Notary Public
My Commission F.xpires March, PUT.
State of Kansas, County of Sedg
This instrument was acknowledged
before me, H. 1. Taylor, a Notary
Public, in and for tlie County of
Sedgwick, State of Kansas, by P. K.
Lewis and .1. W. Cheney, each of
whom is personalty known to me to
lie the individual who executed and
is described in the foregoing instrn-'
tnent and who acknowledged to nie
that they executed the same for the
purpose i:ti'l consideration therein ex
pressed. H. 1. TA Yl.ort, Xotaty Tublic.
My Commission expires Dec. 1M7.
Filed in the office of the At'iZ'Uri
Corporation Commission this 4th day
of Jan.. A. D., lid:., at 1.::u A. ...
at request of Sloan and Wcslcrvcli,
whose post office address is Phoenix,
TI1K ARIZONA CORPORATION
Hy V. P. (SF.ARY.
SAGE TEA DARKENS
HAIR TO ANY SRADE
Don't stay gray! Here's a simple
recipe that anybody can apply
with a hair brush.
The use of Sage and Sulphur for
restoring faded gray hair to iM
natural color dates back to grand
mother's time. She used to k -c
her hair beautifully dark, glossy and
abundant. Whenever her hair fell
out or took on that dull, faded or
streaked appearance, this simple mix
ture was applied with wonderful ef
fect. Hut brewing at home is mussy and
out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking ft
any drug store for a 5'i cent bottle of
"Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur ('.im
pound," you will get this famous old
recipe which can be depended upon
to restore natural color and beaut'.
to the hair and is splendid for dand
ruff, dry, feverish, itchy scalp and
A well-known downtown druggist
says it darkens the hair so naturally
and evenly that nobody can tell it
has been applied. You simply damp-,
en a sponge or soft brush with it
and draw this through your hair,
taking one strand at a time. Hy
morning the gray hair disappears,
and after another application or two,
it becomes beautifully dark, glossy,
soft and abundant.
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