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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1918
9
Cotton
Picking
Sacks
m
n
While they last
34 ft. 8 ounce
sack
7'2 ft. 8 ounce
sack
$.1.15
$1.85
This is your chance to get
your cotton picking Hacks at
a bargain. Send for or get
jours before they are pone.
Pratt-Glert Co.
Jobbers-Distributors.
Wanted Real Estate
OLD FOOTHOCKER ranch, 150
acres, first ranch under Buckeye canal
22 miles west of Phoenix, U mile from
Norton R. II. .station. Plenty fully
p;iid Buckeye water. I'artly improved.
Small house, twenty acres good cotton.
No Johnson. $67 per acre. Extra
food terms. Inquire owner, 2U42 West
Adams. gs
WE WANT TO BUY for a client, a
modern four or five room brick house,
up to $3,000, with a 1,000 cash pay
ment. Prefer northeast near Indian
School car line, rhone us your listing
at once, as this man wants a home
right now.
PHOENIX REALTY EXCHANGE
Phone 3539 443 West Washington St.
Wanted Situation, Male
WANTED Position by man who has
bad 5 years hardware experience and
two years office experience. Republi
can box 56U. gs
CARPENTER work wanted,
or Job. Call Phone 2"27.
by
day
gs
BOOKS TO KEEP Want about
three or four sets of books to keep by
an expert accountant. Will keep youi
records up to date at a low cost; Al
references. Box ML Renunriean. o
NOW is the time to have your lot or
garden plowed. Phone M.Xnn. 12-1.
EXPERT STKN'i " iUAPri i;;t ano or
lice man wishes temporary work.
Ph one 4260. or
YOUNG MAN wants work with
board: state kind of work and wages.
P. O. box K'26, l'hoepix. Ariz. ilk
'AKPENTKK REPAIRS or new
work done by home, day or job. 320 W.
Madison St.. City. gs
COMPETENT STENOGAPhKK de
sires good position. Can furnish good
references. Box 64F Remiblican. '
YOUNG MAN wants job as truck
driver; experienced. Box ti'.'N Repub
lican. 12-h
EXPERIENCED mining and civil en
gineer wants office position with min
ing company. Capable of handling all
engineering office work, direct surveys,
rf. Understand bookkeeping, general
office work and assaying. Full infor
mation on request. W. II. Roberts, Jr.,
:U :trd St.. San Bernardino. Cal. dd
MAN" COOK and wife helper desire
work iu hotel or camp. Have bad years
4"'f experience. Box 721, Republican, dn
HELLO Here is your time for house
cleaning, chimney cleaning, to drive
away the influenza. Paint or kalsomine
your room. Phone bits. G. H. Haywood.
f
Wanted Situation Female
HOUSEKEEPER, would like to keen
house for a small family or an invalid,
or gentleman. State wages. P. O. box
1026. dr
WANTED Practical nursing
4-528.
Phone
12-n
EXPERIENCED practical nurse
wants work. Bassler Hotel. jr
TRAINED NURSE wishes priwue
cases of influenza, will go out of town.
Inquire Ford Hotel. 12-b
WANTED Position with opportun
ity for advancement by energetic, de
pendable young woman. Experienced
in bookkeeping and stenography. Neat
typist and good correspondent, espec
ially strong in English. Writes com
pelling advertising copy. References.
Rnx 78U Republican. dp
BOOKKEEPER wants work, few
hours riailv. J. Republican. dr
WANTED Raw feed to cut by the
acre. Phone 109.12. cln
LADY WANTS WORK as chamber!
mnld or housework. Phone 832.
Wanted To Rent
WANTED Good furnished room, on
South side near Center street by man
school teacher. Would like board also.
it
PROFESSIONAL man, with no chil
dren, dogs or parrots, desires lease,
comfortable furnished home: prrfer
garage in connection; will furnish best
reierences; take best care of house and
furniture and willingly pay reasonable
rental. Phone 3334. 1 p
WANTED TO RENT 25 acres, close
in. Hex 7WN' Republican. 12-..
FIRST CLASS farmer, with seven in
family, wants to rent a ranch fur
nished on shares.' R. ;;, Box CIA, U. L.
Oliver. ,1p
WANTED TO RENT on shares, 1
or 20 acre, ranch, I wish to raise poul
try. Box 74TT Republican. dp
WANT TO LEASE Cotton land,
from 40 to 80 acres. Either give U
crop for rent or on ordinary share
bst P fi. Rox 37, Glendale. gi
Wanted Miscellaneous
WANTED A 10 or 15 room rooming
house all furnished. Bolin Realty Co.
119 N. 2nd Ave. dr
WANTED One Wuacktess Indian
Runner drake. G. E. Smith, Casa
Grande. Arizona. 12 -h
WANTED TO BUY 1918 Docgo
touring car for cash. Must be in fairly
good condition. Box 6U Ron. o-
WANTED to borrow $6,000 on $25,000
real estate security. Phone 1828. dp
WANTED Rent or buy
good cows. Phone 7R11.
10
to 20
dp
WANTED To buy a small confec
tionery store in or around Phoenix.
Box 81U Republican. d
HIGHEST PRICES PAID tor furni
ture, stoves, clothes, shoes, tents, hai
nesa or anything of value. Call at 1st
Ave. and Jefferson or Phone 3093 ami
we will come at once. C. H. Price Auc
tion Co. 12.
WANTED TO BUY Laying hens
and pullets. Also watch dog, one that
Is vicious. 12-p
WE REPAIR electric motors and
fans, motor rewinding. Elevators main
tained and repaired. Vinson, 130 W.
Broadwny. Phone 359S. tt
ELECTRIC FAN We repair them. !
P.emodeling rurniture Co 3D touth !
First avenue, rhone 147. tf '
Wanted Miscellaneous
HIGHEST PRICES PAID for junk,
oelts and hides. Chicago Junk Co.,
7th Ave., at Santa Fe tracks. Phone
17S2. tf
HIGHEST price paid tor 2nd hand
:lcthing. 407 E. Wash. St. Phone 1744.
tf
I WANT feeder steers weighing 700
lbs. and up; feeder hogs weighing
about 125 lbs. Have SO acres of alfalfa
pasture for sale. Phone 3570. tf
WE PAY full value for turniture and
household goods. Also we repair ev
erything. Remodeling Furniture Co
39 S. First Ave. Phone 1479. tf
.MHSQI'iTE wood, all lengths and
sizes; cellar, pine and Cottonwood: hay
I suitable for horses, cows and rabbits;
amount of $2 or over delivered prompt
ly. 421 S. Central. Phone 173::. tf
Wanted Help, Male
A YOl'.N'ti MAN" to distribute cards.
See Madame Camille, the clairvoyant,
after 10 a. m., 516 W. Washington St.
12-k
WE WANT a large number of good
boys to deliver papers. Not more than
one and one-half hours' work. Good
pay to live energetic honest boys. Ap
ply In person to the Circulation Mana
ger Thf Arizona Kcnubliean. tf
YOUNG M AN, experienced in office
work. State age. qualifications and sal
a rv- expected. l'.x i'aF Hennt.lioan. ri
WANTED 2 or 3 good cotton pick
ers: one-half mile east of 16th street,
north side of McDowell. Pay 4c. Phone
::44:i. it
HOY to run errands a.nd assist in
stock room. Western Machinery Co.,
321) 10. Washington St. gH
WANTED )oung man to work in
office, do collecting and run errands;
one who is nut going to school pre
ferred. Sec King, Arizona Republican.
If
WANTED A milker, married or
single. H. Renaud, Alhambra, Ariz.
Phone 24.14.
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A YOUNG man to distribute cards.
See Prof. Masters, the clairvoyant,
after 10 a. m. Occidental hotel, 130 N.
Central Ave. gi
PHOENIX EMPLOYMENT BU
REAU ALL KINDS OF HELP FUR
NISHED ON SHORT NOTICE. 117
F FIRST ST. PHONE 1775. tf
Wanted Help, Female
YOUNG WOMAN wanted as house
keeper out of town. Address Box SOU
Republican. Ij-D
COOK WANTED for small family
of twoi good wages, light, work. Sun
court apartments, Apt. IS. Telephone
EM.".. ; n
WANTED iirl for cigar stand, $12
weekly, apply J5 West Washington
Street. gs
A LADY to instruct 2 boys in
to Hth grade studies. Phone 4 r. B 1 .
WANTED A rook and a house
keeper. Small hotel, Hot Springs Jet.,
Phone It. N. Cox, Hot Springs Jet. dk
WANTED Housekeeper capable of
taking entire charge of family of 2
in Mesa. Box 731. Mesa. 12-k
WANTED A woman to cook for
family having three convalescent pa
tients. Have a nurse, but must have
someone, to cook and do housework. No
washing. 720 East Washington. or
WANTED A girl or woman
housework. 323 E. Willetta.
foi
dp
WANTED Neat, reliable, .middle
aged woman for cooking and house
work. Phone 204J4. dp
WANTED Chamber maid at Den
ver Hotel. tf
WANTED
2nd St.
-Waitress. Frank Telle. 23
' .ir
S
WANTED Nursemaid to care for 2
small children and help with work;
good home. Apply box 14-1.. Rep. tf
NOTICE TO ART LOVERS One
Venetian table cover set from San
Francisco exposition, originally $375,
now $107. Call and inspect it. Also
special prices on linen, silk, crepe de
chine, georgette ready made garments,
laces, trench filet, cluny, madefia and
Florentine. Foreign Art Goods, 205 W.
Washington. tf
Wanted Help, Male and
Female
WANTED Thoroughly experienced
saleswomen for suits, coats, dresses.
waists; permanent position and good
salary for right party. Inexperienced
need not apply. Apply Switker's Stylo
Shop. Cnr. Adams at 1st Ave. It
GOVERNMENT needs thousands
men and women for government de
partments, railway mall, postofficc.
customs, internal revenue. $1,100, $i,
800. Examinations soon. Experience
unnecessary. For free particulars re
garding examinations write J. C. Leon
ard, (former Civil Service Examiner,
1028 Kenois Building, Washington, or
5 MEN, huge boys, or women to pick
turkeys and hens, strictly sanitai and
drv. Comeearlv. 1146 E. Garfield. If
CENTRAL EMPLOYMENT Office,
15 Wall St. Phone 4668. Help of all
kinds furnished to employer. 12bl
Money to Loan
LOANS for improved city property
ami improved ranch property under
the- project. Herbert S. Prince Co..
I I West Adams St. gs
6
Pile
PER CENT MONEY on improved
eniv hoineq. Paul S. Kant. 12-bh
$20,00')
To loan in sums of $3,000. $5,000 or
$10,000 on improved ranch and city
property; only first-class property
considered: no delay.
HERBERT S. PRINCE CO.
14 West Adams St. tf
LOANS EASY to get up to $150 on
your furniture, piano, automobile, live
stock, implements, etc. Ample funds,
reasonable rates, courteous treatment;
strictly confidential. Mutual Loan Co.,
Phone 1396. 1500 Grand Ave. Office
hours a. m. to 5 p. m. tf
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
city property or for building purposes
at lowest rates. E. E. Pascoe, 302 North
Central Ave. tf
FUNDS for Salt River Valley
ranch's. Franklin D. Lane, 6. W.
Adams Ft. Phone 12:14. tf
Lost and Found
LOST A dark brindle. pit bull dog
weighing 15 to 18 lbs. $5 reward re
turned to C. L. Wilson, Jefferson hotel.
It
1-WEED CHAIN, 33x4, on Garfieid
Fourth or Adams. Phone 4327. dn
FOUND Ladles wrist watch. Owner
can have same by calling at Goldbergs'
shoeshining parlor and pay for ad. dp
LOST One black, 4 year old mare
mule, weighing about 1200 lbs., branded
on le't shoulder. Lambert - 1 an"1""
Reward. 220 N. 7th Ave. Phono 3036.
tf
STRAYED A large spotted Jeney
row. fresh and dehorned Kindly call
41B1 M'? r-r-ggs. tf
IF YOU MISS YOUR PAPER
City subscribers who do not re
ceive The Arizona Republican
promptly should telephone the cir
culation department, phone 4331,
before 8 o'clock in the morning
and a copy will be immediately
sent them.
Business Chances
FOR SALE OR LEASE Restaurant
and furnished rooms. 126 Ho. 2nd
street.
dr
FURNISHINGS of 30 room house for
sale rheap for cash on account of auto
mobile accident to the proprietress.
Low rent and long lease. Call at 325
North 4th Ave. dr
ROOMING HOUSE 9 rooms, ar
ranged for housekeeping; good furni
ture; cheap rent; close in. House now
making $S0 per month above owner's
apartment. Price $S00; no agent, S12
W. Washington. dp
FOR SALE I will sell either all or
one half of my manufacturing estab
lishment. A fine nnnnrfiinitv for li-n
young business hustlers to get in and
nmftc myuuj , in uear inv esugauon.
W. K. Morin. 1115 N. Second St. tf
Special Notices
FOR LEASE Alaska Hotel at
Bouse, 12 rooms, all furnished except
kitchen equipment. Best stand in
town, only one competitor restaurant,
write or wire, J. J. Cavanaugh, Bouse,
Arizona. 12-k
Auto Time Table
PHOENIX-GLEN DALE
AUTO STAGE
Stations:
Phoenix Berryhill Corner
Glendale E J. Flock's
Stages Run Every Half Hour
Leaves Glendale Leaves Phoenix
7:20 a. m. 8:30 a. m.
to to
6:00 p.m. 6:00p.m.
Night Service
Leave Phoenix 9:00 p. m., 10:00 p. m.
Phone Glendale 23 tf
EGYPT STAGE CO.
Seven passenger cars to Tempe,
Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert and Goodyear
Cotton Camps.
Cars every hour from 7 a. m. until
11 P. M. daily.
Phona 711 110 N. Central Ave.
EARLY MORNINO. STAGE for
Tempe or Mesa. Leave Arizona Re
publican o.fice at 4:30 A. M.. daily.
Phone 8466. W. J. Rose. tf
BROOKS ST AGE LINK
TOLLESON CASHION AVON
DALE COTTON CAMPS
Stages leave 112 East Washington
Btreet at 8 A. M., 10 A. M., 13 A. M,
2 P. M., 4 P. M and IF, U.
Telephone 4137 tf
CADILLAC SERVICE
GLOBE-MIAMI via ROOSEVELT
Leave Globe-Miami 8:30 a. m. daily.
Leave Phoenix 8:30 a. m. daily.
SUPERIOR-RAY
Leave Phoenix 9:00 a. m. and 4 p. m.
Leave Superior 9 a. m. and 4:30 p. m.
Leave Ray at 7:30 a. m. and 3:30 p. m.
42 South Central
Phone 1465 tf
Awnings
AWNING AND CAMPING SEASON
now on. We make everything.known
that will fool the rain and sun. Phoe
nix Tent and Awning Co., cornor First
and Monroe Sts., Phone MIL tf
Photographers
DON'T FORGET THE ADDRESS
Electric Studio, 37 W. Adams St Ping
Pong Photos, 3 positions, 15c doz. Post
Cards, 3 for S5c; 80c doz. tf
Barber Shops and Supplies
Razors and safety blades sharpening
our specialty.
BLANTON, 208 W. WSH tf
THE LITTLE SHOP
First-class barber work; children's
haireutting a specialty; razors honed;
safety blades sharpened. Mrs. Helen
Allen, 318 W. Washington. 12-bn
Corsetiere
GOODWIN Corsets foi style, com.
fort. Miss Rcgine Faerber. 40 N. 2nd
Ave. Phone 3707. J2-d
SPIRELLA CORSETS;. Nora Smith.
Route 2, Phoenix. Ariz. Phone 879S. t
' MRS. C. L. HOLT, NuBone Cor
setiere. S14 North Third. Ave. Phone
2525. tf
" Chiropractic
-------- - - - - - n-i-irinrni cm
HAVE the cause of vour disease art
Washington St.. Phone 3595. tf
Dr. Geo. M. Wahlenmaler, Licensed
Chiropractor, Rrjpm 210 National Bank
of Arizona Bldg. Phone 4221. tf
DR. E. E. HELFRICH. Licensed
chiropractor. 2186 West Washington.
Phone 4603. tf
Chiropodist
---- ii -Ii'ri n.fi.nr,,
CHIROPODY Bunions, corns, cal
louses removed; painless and blood
less; 50c each; moles, Trarts, etc, r
moved by electricity. 29-31 East
Adams St. Frank Shirley. Phone 1704,
tf
Carpet Cleaning
NOW IS THE TIME to have your
carpets cleaned. The Electric Carpet
Cleaners. Phone 733.
tf
FRANTZ PREMIER electric carpet
cleaners for sale and rent. Easy
monthly terms. V. F. Potter, 331 W.
Washington S. Phone J?4. tf
Detective Service
HAMILTON DETECTIVE SERVICE
Experienced; investigation both
sexes. ua East Washington. Phone
358?.
12-1
Dressmaking
EXPERIENCED dressmaker will
call and do your dressmaking. Phone
8552. 12-bs
SKIRTS and alterations a specialty.
35 E. Washington St.. upstairs. 11-28
Plain Sewing. 1004 H E. Wash.
tf
DRESSMAKER, will sew at
or go out by da;'. Phone 2S89.
home
tf
Piano Tuning
HARRT A. SLEE Expert piano
tuning and repairing,, $3. 10 years' ex
perience with the Steinway piano fac
tory. All work absolutely guaranteed.
20fi E. Van Buren.
Phnn 2153.
Hides and Purs
FURS
Notice to trappers, we can pay very
high prices for skunks, rackcoons and
fox and all kinds of furs. Don't sell
your furs until you see us.
EFRON & CO.
1000 E. Madison. Phone 1832
' tf
Millinery
LADIES' HATS made to order. Re
modeling. 128 North Third Street. tf
Public Stenographer
Miss Houghton. 408 Fleming.. 1789. tf
Patent Agency
HAZZARP & MILLER
606 Central Bldg., Sixth and Main, U A .
H. Miller, 8 yrs. examiner U. S. Pat. Ot.
Hazzard's Book on Patents Frte. tf
Restaurant
AMERICAN KITCHEN
Short Orders AH Night
35 North Center St.
TEE SING. "tod.
tf
Sewing Machines
THE NEW HOME SEWING MA
chine company guarantee is unlimited.
New machines, second hand machines,
all makes, $5 and up. We rent ma
chines. 331 W. Washington St., Phoe
nix. 'Phone 1249. H. F. Poole, man
ager. tf
Turkish Baths
SULPHUR VAPOR BATH, $1.50;
Shower, 35c. Ladies dept. 137 N. Cen
tral. Phone. 4215. tf
TTndertakins: & Embalming
THE GEO. F. MERRYM.N CO., 124
N. Second Ave. Phone 651. 12-hm
MOORE & McLELLAN
Funeral directors and embalmers.
329 West Adams St. Phone 601. tf
J. f. WIETHE!
New location. 134 West Adams
Transfer and Storage
CHAMBERS TRANSFER AND
STORAGE CO. Any kind of hauling.
Flrerpoof storage. Phone 1282 or 3526.
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Vulcanizing
TIRE HOSPITAL OF PHOENIX
Vulcanizing and welding dona
promptly and guaranteed. Out-of-town
work solicited. Arizona Vulcan
izing Works. 207 West Washington.
Legal Advertising
NOTICE
I, II. K. Beauchamp, City Health Of
ficer of the City of Phoenix do hereby
give public notice that during the con
tinuance of the epidemic of influenza
in the city, no. proprietor or manager
of a business establishment, hotel or
club in the City of Phoenix shall per
mit the congregation of people within
nis place ot business in such a way
that there will be assembled in any
room at any time more than one per
son for each 1200 cubic feet of air space
therein. Regulations previously issued
shall apply to eating places. The pro
prietor and or manager ot the business
establishment shall be held responsible
for the enforcement of this order.
The above order is promulgated in
accordance with provisions of ordi
nance No. 236 of the City of Phoenix,
and that under the provisions of said
ordinance any person violating the
above order is guilty of a misdemeanor
and is punishable by a fine of not more
than Three Hundred ($200.00) Dollars
or by imprisonment not lo exceed nine
ty (90) days or by both said fine and
imprisonment.
Dated this 19th day of November,
191S.
H. K. BEAUCHAMP,
City Health Officer
NOTICE
I, II. K; Beauchamp, City Health Of
ficer of the City of Phoenix do hereby
give public notice that 'uring the con
tinuance of the epidemic of influenza
in the city a report in writing on forms
provided therefore shall be filed daily
by every physician practicing within
the city. Such reports shall be filed in
person or by mail at the office of the
City Manager beginning November
20th, 1918. The reports shall state the
n.me and address of each patient in
the City of Phoenix who has come un
der the care ot said physician duriing
the previous twenty-four hours, i. e.
new cases.
If no such new cases have come un
der the care of the physician during
the previous twenty-four hours, said
physician shal file report stating that
fact in the same way as above pro
vided for.
The attending physician shall plac
ard the residence of each patient suf
fering with influenza with quarantine
notice in form as furnished by tho City
Health Department and shall maintain
such notice in a prominent location so
long as the Quarantine is necessary.
Such card shall be removed only by or
der of the City Health Department.
This order shall remain in full force
and effect until countermanded by the
City Health Department.
The above order is made in accord
ance with the provisions of Ordinance
No. 236 of the City of Phoenix, and
violations may be punishable under
the provisions of said ordinance.
1L K. BEAUCHAMP.
City Health Officer.
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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF
THE COMMUNITY OIL & DEVELOP
MENT COMPANY.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESfi,
PRESENTS, That we, the undersigned,
have this day associated ourselves to
gether for the purpose of forming a
corporation under and pursuant to the
laws of the State of Arizona, and for
that purpose do hereby adopt ARTI
CLES OF INCORPORATION AS FOL
LOWS: ARTICLE I. The name of this cor
poration shall be THE COMMUNITY
OIL & DEVELOPMENT COMPANY.
ARTICLE II. The principal place ot
business -f this corporation within the
State of Arizona, shall be at Phoenix,
in Maricopa County, Arizona, and the
principal place of transacting business
outside of Arizona, shall be at Minne
apolis, Minnesota, and such othei
places as the Board of Directors may
determine, where meetings of Directors
may be held and all business trans-
ARTICLE IIL The general nature
of the business proposed to be trans
acted is to make contracts; to pur
chase, lease, ODtion, locate, or other
wise acquire, own, exchange, sell, or
otherwise dispose of, pledge, mortgage,
hypothecate, and deal in mines, mining
claims, minerals, mineral lands, coal
lands, oil lands, timber lands, real and
personal estate, water, water rights ana
to work, explore, operate and develop
the same, and to extract any and al!
minerals .oils and gas therefrom, and
deal in the products and by-products
thereof; to purchase, lease or other
wise acquire, erect own, operate or sen
smelting and ore products works, oil
refineries, saw mills and power plants;
to do a general real estate, manufac
turing and mercantile business; to own,
handle and control letters, natents and
inventions and shares of its own capi
tal stock and that of other corpora
tions, and to cancel and reissue shares
of its own capital stock: to issue bonds,
notes, debentures and other evidences
of indebtedness, and to secure the pay
ment of the same by mortgage, deed
of trust or otherwise; to act as agent,
trustee, broker or in any other fiduciary
capacity; to borrow and loan money;
and in general to do and perform such
acta and things and transact such.
Legal Advertising
business, not inconsistent with law, in
any part of the world as the Board ot
Directors may deem to the advantage
of the corporation.
AHT1CLE IV. The authorized
amount of capital stock of this cor
poration shall be lorty-five thousand
($45,000) dollars, divided into nine hun
dred (900) shares of the par value ot
iniy iu) dollars each.
ARTICLE V. At such times as the
Board of Directors may by resolution
direct, said capital stock shall be paid
into this corporation, either in cash
or by the sale and transfer to it of
real or personal property, contracts,
services, or. any other valuable right
or thing for the uses and purposes of
said corporation in payment for which,
shares of the capital stock so issued
shall thereupon and thereby become
and be fully paid up and non-assessable
forever, end in the absence ot
actual fraud in the transaction the
Judgment of the directors as to the
value of the property purchased shall
be conclusive.
ARTICLE VI. The time of the com
mencement of this corporation shall be
the date of the filing of a certified copy
of these Articles of Incorporation in
the office of the Corporation Commis
sion of Arizona, and the termination
thereof shall be twenty-five years
thereafter, with the privilege of re
newal as provided bv law.
ARTICLE VII. The affairs of this
corporation shall be conducted by a
Board of Directors, and such officers
as the directors may elect or appoint,
and the following names shall consti
tute the Board of Directors until their
successors are elected and have quali
fied: John H. Morley, R. S. Brown,
F. K. Nordgren. Homer Jeffexs, George
Roilke, F, J. Clifcorn and J. C. German.
Thereafter the Board of Directors shall
be elected from among the stockholders
at the annual stockholders' meeting, to
be held on the third Saturday of Jan
uary of each year. The names of the
officers who shall have charge of tfie
corporation affairs arc: President,
John H. Morley; Vice President, R. S.
Brown; Secretary. F. K. Nordgren;
Treasurer, Homer JeXfers.
ARTICLE vm The Board of Direc
tors shall have power to astept and
amend by-laws for the government of
the corporation, to tin vacancies oe
curing in the board from any causv,
and to appoint an Executive Committee
and vest said committee with such
powers as they may determine.
ARTICLE IX. The highest amount
of indebtedness or liability, direct or
contingent, to which this corporation
shall be subject at any one time shall
be ten thousand ($10,000) dollars.
ARTICLE X. The private property
of the stockholders and officers of this
corporation shall bo exempt from all
corporate debts of any kind whatso
ever.
ARTICLE XI. The names, resi
denccs and postofficc addresses of the
corporators are:
J. C. German, Minneapolis, Minne
sola, 61 S Bosto.i Block.
Homer .leffers, Minneapolis, Minne
sota, 618 Boston Block.
F. K. Nordgren. Minneapolis, Minne
sota. 61S Boston Block.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Wc havu
hereunto set our hands and seals this
ISth day of June, 1918.
J. C. GERMAN (Seal).
HOMER JEFFERS (Seal).
F. K. NORDGREN (Seal).
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY
OF HENNEPIN, ss.:
Before me, Chester G. Rogers, .
Notary Public in and for the said coun
ty and state, on this day personally
appeared J. C. "'-crman, Homer Jeffers,
1'. lv. Nordgren, known to me to be
the persons whose names are sub
scribed to the foregoing instrument.
and acknowledged to me that they ex
ecuted tho same for the purpose and
consideration therein expressed.
Given under mv hand and seal ot
office this 18th day of June, 191 5.
CHESTER G. ROGERS,
Notary Public, Hennepin County, Min
nesota. My commission expires No
vember 1, 1921.
(NOTARY SEAL.)
Filed in the office of the ARIZONA
CORPORATION COMMISSION this 1
day of July, A. D., ISIS, at 10:00 a. m..
at request of Chester G. Rogers, whose
postoffiee address is 320 McKnight
Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMIS
SION. By F. A. Jones. Chairman.
ARTICLES' OF INCORPORATION
OF
THE COMMUNITY OIL LAND
COMPANY.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS, That we, the undersigned,
have this day associated ourselves to
gether for the purpose of forming a
corporation under and pursuant to the
laws of the State of Arizona and for
that purpose do hereby adopt ARTI
CLES OF INCORPORATION as fol
lows: ARTICLE I. .The name of this cor
poration shall be THE COMMUN1TS
OIL LAND COMPANY.
ARTICLE II. The principal place 01
business of this corporation within the
State of Arizona, shall be at Phoenix,
in Maricopa County, Arizona, and the
principal place of transacting business
outside of Arizona, shall be at Minne
apolis, Minnesota, and such other
places as the Board of Directors may
determine, where meetings of directors
may be held and all business trans
acted. ARTICLE III. The general nature of
the business proposed to be transacted
is to make contracts; to purchase,
lease, option, locate, or otherwise ac
quire, own, exchange, sell, otherwise
dispose of pledge mortgage hypothe
cate and deal in mines mining claims,
minerals, mineral lands, coal lands, oil
lands, timber lands, real and personal
estate, water, water rights, and to wont
explore, operate and develops the same
and to extract any and all minerals,
oils and gas therefrom, and deal in the
products and by-products thereof; to
purchase, lease or otherwise acquire,
erect, own, operate or sell smelting and
ore reduction works, oil refineries, saw
mills and oower plants; to do a general
real estate, manufacturing and mer
cantile business; to own, handle and
control letters patent and inventions
and shares of its own capital stock
and that of other corporations, and to
cancel and reissue shares of its own
capital stock; to issue bonds, notes,
debentures and other evidences of in
debtedness and to secure the payment
of the same by mortgage, deed of trust,
or otherwise; to act as agent, trustee,
broker or in any other fiduciary ca
pacity; to borrow and loan money; and
in general to do and perform such acts
and things and transact such business,
not inconsistent with law, in any part
of the world as the Board of Directors
may deem to tbe advantage of the cor
poration.
ARTICLE IV. The authorized
amount of capital stock of this cor
poration shall be forty-five thousand
($45,000) dollars, divided into nine hun
dred (900) shares of the par value of
fitty ($d0) dollars each.
ARTICLE V. At such times as the
Board of Directors may by resolution
direct, said capital stock shall be paid
into this corporation, either in cash or
by the sale and transfer to it of real
or personal pronerty, contracts, serv
ices, or any other valuable right o
thing for the uses and purposes of
said corporation, in payment for which,
shares of the capital stock of said cor
poration may be issued, and the capital
stock so issued shall thereupon and
thereby become and be fully paid up
and non-assessable forever, and in the
absence of actual fraud in the trans
action the judgment of the directors
as to the value of the property pur
chased shall be conclusive.
ARTICLE VI. The time of the com
meneement of this corporation shall be
the date of the filing of a certified
copy ot these Articles of Incorporation
in tho office of the Corporation. Com-
Legal Advertising
mission of Arizona, and the termina
tion thereof shall be twenty-five years
thereafter, with the privilege of re
newal as provided by law.
ARTICLES VII. The affairs or tnis
corporation shall be conducted by a
Board of Directors, and such officers a
the directors may elect or appoint, and
the following names shall constitute
the Board of Directors until their suc
cessors are elected and have Qualified:
E. F. Rogers. H. R, Campbell. Charles
A. Jewson, Grace D. Schad. Hugo
Pritchard. C. M. Van Horn and R. E.
Lynch. Thereafter the Board of Direc
tors shall be elected from among tne
stockholders at the annual stockhold
ers' meeting to be held tne thirti
Saturday of January of each year. The
names of the officers who shall have
charge of the corporation arrairs are.
President, W. F. Rogers; vice Presi
dent, H. R, Campbell; Secretary.
Charles A. Jewson; Treasurer, trace
D. Shad.
ARTICLE VIIL The Board of Di
rectors shall have power to adopt and
amend by-laws for the government of
the corporation, to fill vacancies oe-
curing in the board from any cause,
and to appoint an Executive Commit
tee and vest said committee witn sucu
powers as they may determine.
ARTICLE IX. The mgnest amount
of indebtedness or liability, direct or
contingent, to which this corporation
shall be subject at any one time shall
be ten thousand ($10,000) dollars.
ARTICLE X. The private property
of the stockholders and officers of this
corporation shall be exempt from all
corporate debts ol any Kina whatso
ever. ARTICLE XI. The names, resi
dences and postoffiee addresses of the
corporators are:
E. F. Rogers Minneapolis, Minnesota,
61 S Boston Block.
H. R. Campbell, Minneapolis, Minne
sota, 618 Boston Block.
C. M. Van Horn. Minneapolis, Minne
sota. 618 Boston Block.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have
hereunto set our hands and seals this
lth day of June. 1918.
E. F. ROGERS (Seal).
H. R. CAMPBELL (Seal).
C. M. VAN HORN (Seal).
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY
OK HENNEPIN, ss.:
Before me, Chester G. Rogers, a
Notary Public in and for the said coun
ty and state, on this day personally
appeared E. F. Rogers. H. R. Camp
bell and C. M. Van Horn, known to me
to be the persons whose names are
subscribed to the foregoing instrument
and ackuowledged to me that they ex
ecuted the same for the purposes and
consideration therein expressed.
Given under my hand and seal ot
office this 18th day of June. 1318.
CHESTER G. ROGERS,
Notarv Public, Hennepin County, Min
nesota. Mv commission expires No
vember 1. 1922.
(NOTARIAL SEAL)
Filed in the office of the Arizona
Corporation Commission this 1 day ot
July. A. D., 1918, at 10: 00 a. m. at re
quest of Chester G. Rogers, whose
postoffiee address is 320 McKnight
Bldg., Minneapolis, Mtnn.
ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMIS
SION. By F. A. Jones, Chairman.
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF
LOT-
TERY CHANCES
Those still holding tickets in the
W. S. S. lottery drawing which did
not take place are hereby notified to
present such tickets to the bank cither
for redemption in War Savings Stamps
or cash, at the option of the holder, by
or before December 1. 1918. After
that date such tickets will not be re
deemed, as this account must be
closed. Red, White and Blue Raffle
committee. Adv.
o '
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that by order
of the City Board of Health that aftci
6:00 A. M. November 27th. 1918 ana
during the continuance of the epidemic
of influenza in the city, and until tut
ther order, no person shall frequent the
streets, business houses or other public
or serai-public places within the City
of Phoenix, unless a gauze or cloth
mask is worn over the nose and mouth
in such a manner that the act ot
breathing is done through such mask.
The above order is promulgated in
accordance with provisions of para
graph 4386, Revised Statutes of Ari
zona, and under the provisions or said
paragraph any person violating the
above order is guilty of a misdemeanor
and is punishable by a fine of not more
than One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars or
by imprisonment not to exceed thirty
(30) flays or by both said fine and im
prisonment.
Dated this 2ttn day or .-sovemDer,
1918. i
By order of the City Board of Health,
11. K. BEAUCHAMP,
City Health Officer.
NOTICE OF CALL
FOR BIDS ON VEGETABLES
SEALED proposals, addressed
Commission of State Institutions
Arizona, at State House. Phoenix, Ari
zona, and endorsed "Proposals for fur
nishing Vegetables, File 1677," will be
received by the said commission until
Saturday, November 30. 1918, at 10 a.
m., and will be opened in the presence
of the bidders" at the above time and
place, and thereafter considered.
BIDS MUST BE ITEMIZED
Certified check for five per cent of
the amount of the bid should be en
closed with same, to be retained as
liquidated damages if successful bidder
fails to sign contract. BIDS NOT
MARK POD ON ENVELOPE, AS RE
QUIRED. WILL NOT BE CONSID
ERED. Specifications may be obtained
upon application to the Commission of
State Institutions.
The Commissions reserves the right
to accept or reject part or all of any
bid, to divide between two or more bid
ders or to waive any informalities in
any. bid, as the intersts of the State
may require.
THE COMMISSION OF STATE IN
STITUTIONS.
o
FINANCES AND f
I MARKETS
c
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
NEW YORK. Nov. 27. Shippin:
shares monopolized the bulk of specu
lative attention in today's stock mar
ket, their activity and strength far out
stripping all other issues in which Ir
regular or reactionary tendencies most
often prevailed.
Announcement that the Washington
government had made a tentative offer
for the huge tonnage of the Mercantil.3
Marine company, thereby halting the
negotiations with British interests, re
sulted in highly spectacular move
ments.
Marine preferred made an extreme
advance of almost 16 points, forfeitlni
one-third of its advantage in the heavy
realizing of the last hour. The six per
cent bonds showed a gross gain of six
points, with substantial gains in asso
ciated issued.
United States Steel and Independent
Industrials also leading, and seconao
eouipments reacted one to three points.
Studebaker and oils reversed their up
ward course of the previous session,
Mexican Petroleum declining almost
six points.
Rails developed an erratic trend at
the outset, yielding 1 to 2 points latet,
but some of the gas issues and other
utilities remained steady to firm until
carried under by the broader selling,
which marked the final dealings. Total
sales amounted to 730,000 shares.
Trading in bonds was contracted and
the tone irregular, foreign and domestic
issues fractionally lower. Liberty fourth
4Vs established a new minimum at
97, three per cent under tho subscrip
tion price. Total sales, par value, ag
gregated $9,750,000. Old United Stated
bonds were unchanged on call.
n
I NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
Furnished by R. Allyn Lewis. Pri
I vate leased wire to all exchanges.
U
Bid Asked.
Am. Beet Sugar 51
Am. Can 4I"i
Am. Car & Foundry 80 '
Am. Locomotive. 69 r
Am. . Smelt. & Refng 0:s
Am. Sugar Refng 1 09
Am. Tel. & Tel 103 v
Atchison .92
Baldwin Locomotive 3-,
Baltimore & Ohio &2'
Beth. Steel (B) C2 S
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 2S
California Petroleum 19
Canadian Pacific 107'i
Central Leather 57?i
Ches. & Ohio 57
Chi., Mil. & St. Paul 45'.
Chi. & Northwestern y 99-
Chi., R. I. & Fae. Ry 25 t
Colo. Fuel & Iron .".54
Corn Products Refng 454
Crucible Steel ot:
Distiller's Securities 45'j
Erie 1
General Electric 149'i
Great Northern pfd 96 "s
Great Northern Ore ctfs 33
Int. Mer. Marine pfd. ctfs 114H
I-ehigh Valley .r,S-..
Mexican Petroleum 156 lt
National Lead 62i-
N. Y. Central .. 77
N. Y., N. H. & Hartford S4 'i
Norfolk & Western 9!"4
Northern Pacific .r 93-
Pennsylvania 46ji
Reading K2"i
Rep. Iron & Steel 74
Southern Railway 2S'
Southern Railway, pfd.
65 Si
Southern Pacific
Studebaker Co
Texas Company
Union Pacific
.... lis,
... 50-3
... 14 .
...12S
...101
. . . 9X 1 '.
...iir
... 9-H
... 42
. S. Industrial Alcohol
nited States Steel
'nited States Steel, pfd. .
Western Union
Westinghouse Electric . .
METALS
NEW Y'ORK, Nov. 27. Iad
changed. Spelter steady; East
Louis delivery spot $8.358.45.
GRAIN
CHICAGO, Nov. 27. Close:
Corn: Dec. $1.24: Jan. $1.25"i.
Oats; 71Iic: Jan. 70"-c.
Pork: Nov. $44.75; Jan $46.55.
Lard: Nov. $26.75; January $26.10.
Kibs: Nov. $25.90; Jan. $21.75.
MERCANTILE PAPER
NEW YORK. Nov 27. Mereant i!o
paper unchanged. Sterling day bil:s
nehanged. Demand 4..jou; canies
$4.76'i. Mexican dollars unchanged.
Time loans strong, unchanged. Call
money easy; high a'.i; low 5: ruling
rate 5; closing bid 5; offered at 5'i;
last loan
-LI
COPPERS
Compiled for The Republican by
R. Allyn Lewis, E. F. Hutton &
Co.'s leased wire. Hotel Adams
niiiMinsr 119 N'orth Central Ave.
O
Bid
Asked
Arizona Binghamton ..
Anaconda Copper
Arizona Commercial ...
.. 4
.. 64'i
.. 13'i
.. 1
- l'i
.. 33
.. 1
.. 67;
..450
.. 7-16
IV
. .1 1-16
.. 7-16
.. 46'2
14
1-1'J
Big Ledge
Butte & Superior
Cerro de Pasco
Con. Arizona
Calumet & Arizona ...
Calumet & Hecla
1
SS
453
S-1'J
Calumet & Jerome ....
Chile -
Chino
Dundee-Arizona
Green Monster
Greene Cananea
Iron Blossom
y-is
Inspiration
47
16
Iron Cap
19
Jerome Verde
-16
Kennecott Copper
Magma
.50
3-1-;
Magma Chief
Miami
Nevada Consol
New Cornelia
IS
16U
39
21
17'
40
Old Dominion
Ray Cons.
Ray Hercules 33t
Shattuck Arizona
15'g
Shannon
Silver King
Sup. & Boston
United Eastern
United Verde Ext. ..
Utah
Verde Combination
Wright-Martin ....
3'i
3'i
4t
26
76
1.;
3'A
4
7-T5
4'
2S
LIVESTOCK
Chicago
CHICAGO. Nov. 27. Hogs Receipts,
28,000; market opened mostly 10f15c
higher, closing easier; trade now steady
to strong with yesterday's average.
Butchers, $17.85'S18.40; light, $17.10(.u
18.15; packing, $17.00 (a 17.75; throw
outs, $16.00iil6.75; pigs, good to choice,
$13.50(815.50.
Cattle Receipts, 11,000; market on
beef and butcher cattle very slow; get
ting lower on all below choice steers.
Canners and calves and good feeders
about steady. Beef cattle, good, choice,
and prime, $15& 19.75; common and
medium, $9.25815; butcher stock, cow
and heifers, $6.23( 14; canners and cut
ters, $5.506.25; stockers and feeders,
good, choice and fancy. $1013: in
ferior, common and medium, $7Cn10;
veal calves, good and choice, $ 16.7 5 fo
17.25; western range beef steers, $14.25
(g'lS; cows and heifers, t'q 12.75.
Sheep Receipts, 10.000: market on
killing classes more active and firm M
higher; feeders slow.
Kansas City
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 27. Hogs
Receipts, 31,000; lower; heavv, $16.90sni
17.55: lights, $16.75& 17.40; pigs, $11.5.
13.00.
Cattle Receipts, 9,000: steady; prime,
feed steers. $17.50U 19.50; westerns.
$105)16; cows, $5ffi 12.50; heifers, $7fn
13.50; stockers, $6.5014; calves, $6.50
13.50.
Sheep Receipts, 4,000; steady;
lambs, $llffj15.25; yearlings, $10.50(i
11.75; wethers, $9.50ft' 10.30; ewes, $6.0')
9.50.
Denver
DENVER, Nov. 27. Cattle Receipts,
5,000; steady; beef steers, $Sifi 14; cows
and heifers, $6&9.25: stockers and
feeders, $7rll.50; calves, SK'tIL
Hogs Receipts. 1.500; steady. Top,
$16.90; bulk, $16.75(n 16.90.
Sheep R eceipts, 3,300 ;
market
steady. Lambs, $14.5015.25;
S.75; feeder lambs, $H(15.
ewes, $S
COTTON
NEW YORK, Nov. 27. Cotton closed
easy, net 10 point3 higher to 15 points
lower.
DUNBAR & COMPANY
BROKERS
Send us your BUY and SELL Or
ders. Market Letter mailed on ap
plication. Phone 1475
Board Of Trade Building
Phoenix, Arizona
P. O. Box 52
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