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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 15, 1919 VULCAN Retreading, Sectional Work, tube repairing. All work guaranteed. Mail orders solicited Quick Service WILKY-WARTMAN OIL CO. Phone 1S87 145 West Wanted Situation, Female FOR A NURSE call 8547. bra 5 SPANISH lady, 20 years o age. wants housework; no cooking; wU ftursn children. Call 322 E. Buchanan .?t. Speaks English. bm YOUNG widow, with child, wants fosition as housekeeper for man or men, in town or country. Address T'odie. Box 423. .N'ogales, Ariz. ha '- WANTED 1'osition as house-keeix"-. Phone 453:', 715 W. Grant, hn , EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER desires position. Address 9-3 E. Mc Kinley St., Phoenix, Ariz. It : MIDDLE-AGED lady would like position as housekeeper for widower with one or two children on ranch or in City. P. O. Box 1073. Phoenix. hro ; WANTED Laundry work by day. Phone 2187. bm . NURSE wishes engagement. 4220. Phone bn NURSE wants nursing. Phone 2562. bn HAND laundry done dry, 4j cenis dozen; ironing. 75o per doz. Work guaranteed. 123 N. Tenth Ave Annie Parker, Phone 456". . bn ' Phone your classified ads to The Republican. We will collect later. Phone 4331. MIDDLE aged lady would like posi tion as housekeeper for widower with one or two children on ranch or in city. P. O. box 1073. Phoenix. bn Wanted To Rent WANTED Immediately by govern ment employe, four- or five-room bouse, furnished or unfurnished, with sleeping porch. Phone 3418. bl Wanted Miscellaneous WANTED Well marked Holstein cows; fresh or heavy springers. Call 3053. Dr. Severn. db WANTED ruiiiiiure or an kinds; we positively will give more than anyone dare pay you. Give us a chance to bid; let us convince you. We pay r.ish. Call 1917, Taylor's Auction House. tf WANTED The best auto $300.00 will buv. No Ford or junk. Box 88-K, Republican. bl I Liberty Bonds Highest Cash Price DAVIE REALTY CO. 126 North Central Avenue hk ; WANTED Hauling truck. Phono R449. for one - ton bl AUTOMOBILES, BOUGHT FOR WRECKING AND HIGHEST PRICES .PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF JUNK. "HICAOO JUNK CO.. SEVENTH A V E X U E AND SANTA FE TRACKS. PHONK 1TS2. tf I LIBERTY BONDS boimnt for cash. Occidental Life, O'Neill Dldg. tf . WE BUY LIBERTY BONDS and pay "cash. Also loan money on bonds. Come and see us before you sell. Arizona Commercial Service, 32 North Firai Ave. Phone 4967. tf - WANTED Children to care for in a Igood country home. Box 67H. 7bm 1 STILL WANT FURNITURE. Want it bad; Call or phone and Til pay a good price. In dealing with me remem ber yau run against no buncombe; I Know values and will pay. i FORD'S STORES 220 E. Wash. Phone 1776. ds WANTED Hens; ;ay Kop. Phone Weber. 213-J-2 highest dt WANTED Tent. 12x14. for two months; will take good care. See Mc- 'uiley, barber, 34 WTcst Washington. bm ; WANTED Tractor, to plow 40 acres or more. Phone o 1 J 3. bl . A TEN-H. P. boiler in good condi tion. Southwest Flour & Feed Co. tf Liberty Bonds Bought Cash Paid No Delay Partial payments receipts handled B. H. DODT 2 'JBpst Adams tf WANTED CHILDREN TO CARE FOR IN A GOOD COUNTRY HOME. BOX 67H. 8-m FURNITURE We pay full value, in cash, also sell on commission anything of value. Phone 2093. Sales Wednes days and Saturdays. Jefferson St. Auc tion House, 1st AVe. and Jefferson St. , tf , HIGHEST price paid for mens clothing, shoes nd hats. 407 E. Wash. Phone 4776. tf WE PAY full value for furniture smd household goods. Also we repair rverythtng. Remodeling Furniture Co. 29 S. First Ave. Phone 1479. tf BEFORE you sell your furniture phone 4296. I pay more than any one. J. B. GUESS, Auctioneer. tf BRING US YOUR OLD SACKS. Phoenix Seed & Feed Co. 155 EAST JEFFERSON ST. tf THE O. K. Exchange wants your 'arm implements, buggy and harness; in fact, anything and pays the most unyone dares pay. 14th and Van Bu ren, Phone 8029. 8k PLOWING OR LISTING to do with tractor. Prices reasonable. Phone 4669. tf LIBERTY BONDS purchased for ash at Hill's Smoke House, Goodrich Bldg. tf WE REPAIR electric motors and fans, motor rewinding. Elevators main tained and repaired. Vinson, 130 W. Broadway. Phone 3598. tf Liberty Bonds Highest Cash Price DAVIE REALTY CO. 126 North Central Avenue. bm Wanted Help, Male WANTED Carpenter to contract fiihor on three-room frame house. Call $03 South First avenue. bl AT.t. iROi;'n tinnaf AKnpiallv fu tiliar with radiator repair work. Mari iopa Creamery bl WANTED First-class automobile repair mechanics. Apply 146 S. 2nd Ave., ready for work. bn , CARPENTERS wanted. Call 1953 North Tenth street, Brill car. Phone 3649. bl Phoenix, Ariz. Jefferson St. Wanted-r-Miscellaneous STRONG, energetic young man with bookkeeping experience. Phone 73 8. tf Employment Office. Help furnished or all kinds. 18 Wall St Phone 4196. 7-bp Phone Bradman- 4988 Phoenix employment office. Reliable help furnished on short notice 117 So 1st St. tf LIVE WIRE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 3 Cactus WTay. Phone 693 Competent help sent to any place in the state on short notice. tf SECOND baker wanted. Phone or write. Sanitary Bakery, Winkleman, Ariz., Box 2. tf AGENTS WANTED to sell our com plete line of nursery stock, cash week ly. Address CAPITOL CITY NURSERY COM PANY, SALEM, OREGON. 8-d HAVE good opening for number en ergetic young men with clerical experi ence; preference given those capable o foperating typewriter. Apply Box 86-K, Republican. bn WANTED An office man. Faeitic Gas & Lie .trie Co. tf WANTED An office clerk. Pacific Gas S- Electric Co. ' tf CLERK wanted for retail cigar business; state age and experience Address Box 41-L, Republican. bm WANTED Assistant bookkeeper. Answer in own handwriting, stating age, sex, experience and salary ex pected. Half -Moon Cooper & Co., May er, Ariz. bn NIGHT CLKRK, first class country hotel; must be neat appearing with some experience. Wages $40 per month, hoard and room to start. Live Wire Employment Agency, 3 Cactus Way. Phone 693. It Wanted Help, Female GOOD place in small private fam ily for first and second girl; $30 each. WANTED Woman for light house- work; care baby and mother. Apply 313 N. Fourth St bn GOOD PLACE in small private fam ily for experienced housekeeper. Have second girl; no washing or ironing. $35 pr month. Call 602 N. Seventh St. bn WANTED A girl for cigar stand; must be pleasant and wide awake; good wages to right party. Apply 35 West Washington street. bl WANTED A middle aged white woman for general housework and help with care of baby one year old: must stay nights. Phone Mrs. J. D. Lee, 6S4. bm WANTED Lady presser. De Luxe Cleaners, 434 W. Washington. Phone 555. bl GIRLS wanted at the Sugar Bowl. FOR boarding house in mining town, good strong woman dishwasher. $2.50 per day; one woman cook, experienced in mining orders, $4. Oatman Dining Rooms .Box ZZ. Oatman. Ariz. ds EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. Panama Restaurant, 220 E. Adams, bn Wanted Help, Male and Female WANTED Man and wife to milk 30 cows. Phone 201 -J-3. bm WANTED Competant young man or woman for dining room or kitchen work in Sanatorium. $40 a month, board and room. Address Dr. O. W. Wilson. Prescott. Arizona. bl DO YOU WANT WORK? DO YOU WANT A POSITION? SEE MCCAR THY AT THE RELIABLE EMPLOY MENT OFFICE, 241 S. CENTRAL AVE., OR PHONE YOUR WANTS TO 1773. MALE OR FEMALE HELP FURNISHED. tf Money to Loan- Wanted Money Have application for money in amounts og $1,500. $2,000 and $5,000. B. W. GETSINGER 16 E. ADAMS bn Liberty Bonds Highest Cash Price DAVIE REALTY CO. 126 North Central Avenue. bm MONEY TO LOAN on furniture, pi anos, livestock, Implements, etc, in sums up to $300 at lawful rates. Repay in small monthly installments if de sired. Just and courteous treatment. Pecples' Loan and Invest. Co., 23 E. Washington over Donofrios. Phone 1396. tf Money to Loan Unlimited funds to loan on improved Salt River Valley ranch lands and In come business property. D WIGHT B. HEARD REAL ESTATE INSURANCE LOANS CENTRAL & ADAMS tt MONEY TO LOAN on improved city property or for building purposes, at lowest rates. E. E. Pascoe,-303 N. Cen tral Avenue. tf MONEY TO LOAN Ranches and City Property. J. S. GRIFFIN (ALONE) 118 1ST AVE. tf Lost and Found LOST From truck, one sheep. Please call Chambers Transfer Co., 1228. bm LOST A small dunn mule; blind in one eye. J. W. Teague, Castle Hot Snrings. Arizona. bl T.OST Ruckskin nonv. weight about 800 lbs., white specked on forehead, on left quarter, about 7 years old. E. O. Brown, Scottsdale. Phone 126R4. tf STRAYED from the Santa Fe ranch, Julv 11, 1 red sow. P. L. Wright, Gen. Del., Phoenix, Ariz. bm STRAYED from ,ranch at Tolleson, two dapple-gray mules, 16 hands high. Phone information to 201-.T-3. bn LOST Two mare mules headed up the river toward 'Tempe. One gray, 1300 pounds, one bay, 1200 pounds; both wearing halters. Notify W. P. Hogan. Phone 3168. . br LOST 1 brown horse, weight about 1.000 lbs., brand RS ; 1 small bay horse, brand X on left hip: reward if returned to Pat's Corral. Van Buren and Second Ave. bn Use The Republican Classified Pages for results read for profit. Business Chances WANTED Party with a few hun dred dollars to invest in one of the best paying businesses in Phoenix. Ob ject, to enlarge business. Will stand investigating. Box 18-L, Republican. bn FOR SALE Grocery store with fixtures. 447 W. Washington St. Ill Health reason for selling. db YOUNG man, now employed as bookkeeper by large firm: would in vest few hundred in some firm or small tire house that could use his services. Box 45-L. Republican. It GOOD little confectionery with small soda fountain; $650. 39-L, Re publican. . lis BEST PAYING confencionery busi ness in the city for the money. $3000 cash will handle. LIVE WIRE REALTY 142 West Adams. It FOR SALE Splendidly equipped four-chair barber shop, doing $125 a week. Reason for selling, owner not a barber. $1250. $300 cash. Price and Armtrong. Mesa. Ariz. ds FOR SALE Splendidly equipped steam laundry doing $400 a week and increasing. Capacity $600. Good rea sons for selling. $12,500. $5000 cash, $3500 a year. Will trade for ranch. Will stand rigid investigation. Only laundry in town. Price and Armstrong, Mesa, Ariz. ds A CONFECTIONARY business in a large mining town is for sale at a ridic ulously low figure. A moderate first payment, the balance to suit purchas er. Only one in town, has the very best of equipment, large seating ca pacity, and has complete stock of mer chandise. Address Box 123, care Re publican, bm FOR SALE 300 Duke Dublin, one well producing reported at from 1500 to 2500 barrels, block 74 Burkburaert, to drill another in same block. Have holdings Desdemonia Ranger fields of fered at $2 for quick sale $1.65 a share. Box 2D, Republican. bm OIL LEASE ' FOR SALE 160-ACRE OIL LEASE IN HOLBROOK FIELD. ON THE ANTICLINE AND CLOSE TO ACTU AL DRILLING. WILL SELL CHEAP IF TAKEN NOW. PHONE 4331 tf WE BUY Liberty bonds and pay cash. Also loan money on bonds. Come and see us before you sell. Ari zona Commercial Service, 32 North First avenue, Phone 4967. tf Announcements WANTED, at once, by young man of good standing and position. Income, $200 a month. The acquaintance of a young lady not over thirty, of good character. Preferably a working girl, one who would appreciate a real pal. Address J. Mack, Casa Grandet Ari zona, bn SEE US AT OUR NEW LOCATION. EMPRESS CLEANERS. 205 WEST WASHINGTON. PHONE 1295. S-d Special Notices WANTED Couple, to accompany man and wife to Los Angeles in auto. Start about the 20th.. Address 1412 E. Pierce. bn It makes no dmerence what your wants may be, you can have them sup plied by using and reading The Repub lican Classified Pages Arizona's lead In? advertising medium. Auto Time Table GUILHAM'S STAGE LINES TOLLESON CASHJON AVONDALE LITCHFIETJ Stages leavi First and Washington streets at 8 a. m, 10 a. m., 12 a. m t p. m., 4 p. m. and 6 p. m. Telephone 4183 tf EARLY MORNING STAGE for Tempe or Mesa. Leave Arizona Re publican office at 4:30 a. m. daily. Phone 3642. W. J. Rose. tf UNION AUTO TRANSPORTATION COMPANY Hourly service between Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa, Two hour service between Mesa an Chandler. 7 a. m. to 11 p. m. Connections made with Gilbert and Goodyear cotton camps. 118 No. Center Phone 711 OVER APACHE TRAIL Union Auto Transportation Company CADILLAC -8" SERVICE Globe-Miami via Roosevelt Dam Leave Globe-Miami 8:30 a. m. daily. Leave Phoenix 8:30 a. m. daily. Office 42 South Center Phone 14S5 Business Directory Attorneys-at-Law r WALTON and BAILEY Attorneys-at-Law 412-14 National Bank of Arizona Bldg. Phoenix, Arizona tf ARTHUR L. GOODMAN Attorney at Law Offices 210 O'Neill Building. Phone 1448 tf Awnings AWNING AND CAMPING SEASON now on. w make everything known that will fool the rain and sun. Phoe nix Tent & Awning Co, corner First and Monroe Sts. Phone 1411. tf Chiropodist CHIROPODY Bunions, corns, cal louses removed; painless and blood less; 50c each; mole-, warts, etc., re moved by electricity. 29-31 E. Adams St. Frank Shirley, Phone 1704. tf Carpet Cleaning TOU PHONE US, we know how. Phone 733, Electric Caroet Cleaners. Chiropractic ADJUSTMENTS A public health necessity, G. D. Glaus, D. C, Ariz. Natl. Bank Bldg., room 210. Phone 4221. tf DR. E. E HELFRICH, licensed chi ropractor. 218 West Washington Phone 4603. tf Corsetiere SPIRELLA CORSETS Miss Smith. 1014 East Taylor. Phone 8169. tf BP1RILLA corsets. Mrs. Kuhtwilm Phone 1442 or call 128 North Third street. tf Dressmaking DRESSMAKING Reasonable prices. Phone 2175. tf SEWING of all kinds. Phone 1976. SKIRTS MADE, $1.00. Also alter ations. Skirt Factory, First and wash MODISTE. 427 West Jefferson street. Phona 370L ' bn Hairdressing THE ADAMS HAIR STORE Mrs. Hawthorne, A. A. 18 E. Adams Phone 1347 tf Hides and Pelts HIDES PELTS WOOL Come where yon get more for your goods. ' Effron & Co. 1003 E. Madison St. Phone 1832. tf Land and Live Stock ARIZ. LAND & LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE 117 N. Second Ave. Phone 1881 tf Livery Stables WALTER'S SADDLE LIVERY Horses and saddles for rent. Corner Seventh St- and Van Buren. Phone 3309. dm Painting All kinds of Painting and Tinting. done without delay Rooms Kalsomined. $3 and up Guaranteed Work Phone 3019 Shg Piano Tuning WANTED Piano tuning, repairing, polishing and cleaning: Victrola clean ing and repairing; players and electrics a specialty. All wortc guaranteed; 20 years' eperience. Jonn Brown, 805 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 464S. Five vears with Redewill Music Co. ds Patent Agency HAZZARD & MILLER M6 Central bldg.. Sixth and Main. L. A. H. Miller, S yrs. examiner U. S. Pat. Of. Hazzard's Book on Patents Free tf Public Stenographer 111(33 HOUGHTON. 408 Fleming. Phone 1789. tf Real Estate Offices A. W. GALPIN & CO. 33 North First Avenue Phone 4166 Investments, Real Estate, Loans, surance, Rentals and Mining Phoenix, Arizona. In- tf JOHN L. IRWIN & CO. Real Estate Phone 3096 and 8255 11 North First Avenue Phoenix, Ariz. tf Real Estate Loans Insurance FRANK R. STEWART Phone 199717 Wrest Adams Street Phoenix. Aiizona tf MEAD M. BLEDSOE Real Estate and Insurance Life Accident Health Automobile 136 North Central Avenue Phone 3579 Or -36.15 tf Sheep Wool and Pelts I HAVE for sale old ewes 4"or earlv lambing; November delivery: car load lots- Address Geo. M. Bealey, P. O. Box 1. tf Sign Painting Dave Didit. Phone 1976. 8-bl Transfer and Storage , CHAMBERS TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. Any kind of hauling. Fireproof storage. Phone 1282 or 2526. Turkish Baths VAPOR, sulphur and shower baths, spinal, body massage, vibration and physiological exercises, men's and women's departments; expert attend ants. Our special hot weather treat ments will please you. Phone 4215 for appointment. 137 North Central ave nue, tf ELECTRIC Cabinet Sweat, Vapor and shower baths. Nurse in attend ance for ladies. DeMarvel Institute. 124 N. First Ave. tf Veterinary DR. J. C. McGRATH, Veterinarian. Tel. 4265. 401 WTest Jefferson. tf Undertaking & Embalming MOORE & McLELLAN Funeral directors and embalmers. 329 West Adams St. Phone 601. tf J.T.Whitney New location, 134 W. Adams tf THE GEO. F. MERRY MAN CO, N. SECOND AVE. Phone 651. 124 tf Window Cleaning AMERICAN WINDOW CLEANERS We do houses, offices, buildings. Phone 1414112 North Central tf It makes no difference what your wants may be, you can have them sup plied by usins and reading The Repub lican Classified Pages. Legal Advertising State of Arizona, office of the Cor poration Commission. United States of America, State of Arizona ss. The Arizona Corporation Commis- sion does hereby certify that the an nexed is a true and complete transcript of the Articles of Incorporation of The Mexican Products Corporation which were filed in the office of said Arizona Corporation Commission on the 27th day of June, A. D., 1919, at 10:00 o'clock a. m., as provided by law. In testimony whereof, the Arizona Corporation Commission, by its chair man has hereunto set its hand and affixed its official seal. Done at the City of Phoenix, the capitol, this 27th day of June, A. D, 1919. (Seal) AHIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION, ' ' AMOS A. BETTS, Attest: Chairman. A, E. STELZER, Secretary. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE MEXICAN PRODUCTS CORPORATION Know all men by these presents that the undersigned, Alex. Somerville, and Luis Jauregui, both residents of Nogale3, Santa Cruz county, State of Arizona, have this day associated themselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation for the objects hereinafter set forth, .under the laws of the State of Arizona, and to that end do declare; - ARTICLE I. The name of the corporation shall be The Mexican Products Corporation. ARTICLE II. The location of said corporation's principal office and place of business in the State of Arizona shall be at Phoenix, Maricopa county, and the corporation may have branch offices at such other place or places, either Legal Advertising in the United States or in foreign coun tries, as may be established by the board of directors of said corporation, it wnich offices meetings of incor porators, stockholders and directors may be held and any business of the corporation transacted. ARTICLE III. The nature of the business and the objects and purposes for which this corporation is formed are to do tny and all things herein set forth to the same extent and as fully as natural persons might or could do in any part of the world, as principal, agent, broker, contractor, trustee, or other wise, and either alone or in company with others, namely: 1. To act as agent or representa tive of corporations, firms and in dividuals. 2. To do a general business as commission merchant, selling agent and factor under del credere commis sion in the manner and to the same extent as natural persons could do. To carry on any and all business as manufacturers, proaucers, mer chants, wholesale and retail, import ers and exporters, generally without limitation as to class of products and merchandise, but especially of pro ducts of every class and description raised and produced in the Wrest Coast of Mexico, and to manufacture, pro duce, adapt, prepare, buy, sell and otherwise deal in any materials, arti cles or things required in connection with or incidental to the manufacture and production of and dealing in the products of the West Coast of Mexico. 4. To make and enter into all kinds of contracts, agreements and obliga tions by or with any person or per sons, corporation or corporations for the purchasing, acquiring, holding, manufacturing and selling br other wise disposing of, either as principal or agent, upon commission or other wise, the products of the West Coast of Mexico, and any article or personal property whatsoever, and generally with full power to perform any and all acts connected therewith or arising therefrom, or incidental thereto, and any and all acts proper or necessary for the purposes of the business. 5. To carry on and undertake any business, undertaking, transaction or operation commonly carried on or un dertaken by merchants, commission men, factors, importers, exporters and manufacturers' agents, and in the course of such business to draw, ac cept, endorse, acquire and sell all or any negotiable or transferable instru ments and securities. 6. To do a general commission merchant's and selling ' agent's busi ness; to buy, sell, and otherwise dis pose of, hold, own, manufacture, pro duce, export, and import, and deal in either as principal or agent, and upon commission or otherwise, all kinds of personal property whatsoever, without limit as to the amount; to make and enter into all kinds of contracts, agree ments, and obligations by or with any person or persons, corporation or cor porations for the purchasing, acquir ing, manufacturing, repairing and selling and dealing in of any articles of personal property of any kind or nature whatsoever, and generally with full power to perform any and all acts connected therewith or aris ing therefrom or incidental thereto, and all acts proper or necessary for the purpose of the business. To engage in a general mercan tite business, and to trade and deal commodities, merchandise and property, real or personal, and of every class, character and description what soever and wheresoever raised, pur chased or manufactured 8. To buy, sell and generally trade! and deal in, manufacture, store, carry 8 and transport all kinds of goods, com-fl modities, wares and merchandise. ARTICLE IV. The amount of the capital stock of this corporation shall be two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($250,000.00) di vided into two thousand five hundred shares of the par value of one hun dred dollars ($100.00) each. The capital stock shall be common stock and the terms upon which such stock 13 created are that it shall be issued to the full par value thereof and said stock shall be issued as fully paid and non-assess able, and the capital stock of this cor poration, after its full par value has been paid, shall not be subject to as sessment to pay debts of the corpora tion. Said capital stock may be pay able in cash or services or by the sale or transfer of real or personal prop erty for the use and purposes of said corporation. In the absence of actual fraud in the sale, of any such prop erty the judgment of the directors as to the value of such property shall be deemed final and conclusive. ARTICLE V. The time of the commencement of this corporation shall be at the date of the filing of these articles of in corporation in the office of the Ari zona Corporation Commission at Phoenix, Arizona, and the said cor poration shall endure for twenty-five years thereafter unless sooner term inated. ARTICLE VI. The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted by a board of directors, consisting of not fewer than two nor more than five persons, who shall be stockholders of this corporation and who shall be elected annually at the regular annual meeting of the stock holders, in accordance with the pro visions of the by-laws to be adopted Until such provision is made by said by-laws. Alex. Somerville, and Luis Jauregui shall be and constitute the board of directors of this corporation: and shall hold office until their suc cessors are duly elected and qualified The powers of the board of directors and of all officers of this corporation shall be defined by the by-laws. ARTICLE VII. The officers of this corporation shall be a president, a vice-president, a secretary and a treasurer, who shall be elected annually by the board ol directorsi in accordance with the oro visions of the by-laws to be adopted by this corporation. Until provision has been made by the by-laws, the following shall be the officers of the corporation: Alex. Somerville, President and Treasurer. Luis Jauregui, Vice-president and secretary. ARTICLE VIII. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability, direct or contingent, to which this corporation is at any time subject, shall not exceed two-thirds of its capital stock. ARTICLE DC. The private property of the stock holders of this corporation shall be forever exempt from corporate debts of any kind whatsoever. In witness whereof, we have here unto set our hands and seals at No gales. Arizona, this twenty-third day of June, A. v., 1919. ALEX SOMERVILLE, LUIS JAUREGUI, State of Arizona, County of Santa Cruz ss. This instrument was acknowledged before me this twenty-third day of June, 1919, by Alex Somerville and Luis Jauregui. DUANE BIRD, Notary Public (Notarial Seal) My commission expires December 5th. 1920. Filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission this 27th day of June A. D 1919, at 10:00 a. m. at Legal Advertising request of S. F. NOON whose post office address is Nogales. Ariz. ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION. By AMOS A. BETTS, Chairman. RECORDER'S OFFICE Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona Filed and recorded at request of S. L. Noon, July 1, 1919, at 11:50 a. m. in Book 81, Art. Inc., at pages EDITH M. JACOBS, County Recorder. By Deputy. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS The University of Arizona, previous to July 16, 1919, will receive sealed proposals for a . general contract re quired in and for the completion of the Women's Dormitory on the campus of the University of Arizona, at Tuc son. Plans and specifications prepared by Lescher & Kibbey, of Phoenix, Ari-H zona, may be obtained from Lyman & Place. Tucson, together with full information as to the proposed work, and are on file for inspection at 2114 South Stone avenue, Tucson. Contractors desiring to submit pro posals may obtain copies of full or par tial sets of plans and specifications for estimate on request or by appoint ment, and the return of such plans and specifications must be guaranteed by deposit of Twenty-five ($25.00) Dollars, which deposit will be refunded on the return of the plans and speci fications in good order. Proposals must be accompanied by certified check for five per cent of the amount of the bid included in the proposal, as a guarantee of the intent of the contractor to enter into a contract with the University of Arizona to well and truly perform all the matters in cluded in said proposal and in ac cordance with the plans and specifica tions or as liquidated damages in the event of failure or refusal on the part of the contractor to enter into contract as above named. Said certified check will be returned to the contractors whose proposals are not accepted and to the successful contractor upon the execution of a satisfactory bond and contract as hereinafter provided. The University of Arizona reserves the right to reject any or all proposals or to withhold the award if for any reason it may so determine. o TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN The partnership heretofore existing between LOUIS KATSINGRIS and JOHN GEORGEOUSES. whether un der the name of Katsingris and Geor geouses or under the name of the Sugar JBowl, has this flay been dis solved by mutual consent, John George ouses having purchased all of the in terest of Louis Katsingris and havit; assumed the partnership debts. LOUIS KATSINGRIS. " ORDINANCE NO. 271. AN ORDINANCE DIRECTING AND CALLING A SPECIAL ELECTION WITHIN THE CITY OF PHOENLX, ARIZONA, FOR THE PURPOSE OF SUBMITTING TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS THEREIN, THE PROP OSITION OF INCURRING AN IN DEBTEDNESS BY THE CITY OF PHOENIX, ARIZONA, IN EXCESS OF FOUR PER CENT OF THE VALUE OF THE TAXABLE PROP ERTY OF THE SAID CITY OF PHOENIX, BUT NOT EXCEEDING FIFTEEN PER CENT THEREOF, BY THE ISSUING OF THE NEGO TIABLE COUPON BONDS OF SAID CITY IN THE AGGREGATE PRIN CIPAL SUM OF ONE MILLION, THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR THE PURPOSE OF P U R C H ASING, CONSTRUCTING AND INSTALLING A WATER WORKS SYSTEM TO SUPPLY SAID CITY WITH WATER, SAID WATERWORKS SYSTEM TO BE OWNED AND CONTROLLED EX CLUSIVELY BY SAID CITY, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY. WHEREAS, in the opinion or the Commission of the City of Phoenix, a municipal corporation within the Coun ty of Maricopa, State of Arizona, the public interests demand that bonds of said City be issued for the purpose of acquiring funds for the purchase. construction and installation of a waterworks system for said City, and the inhabitants thereof, to be owned and controlled exclusively by said City of Phoenix, and that an indebtedness be created therefor by the issuing of bonds in the aggregate principal sum of One Million Three Hundred Thous and Dollars, for the purpose of pur chasing, constructing and installing a waterworks system, and WHEREAS, it is provided by Chapter 2, Title 52, of the Revised Statutes of Arizona, 1913, (Civil Code) that prior to the creation of said indebtedness and the issuance of bonds therefor, the question of whether said indebted ness shall be authorized, shall be sub mitted to the vote ot the property taxpayer o the City of Phoenix, who in ail other respects shall be qualified electors In said City, for their deter mination: NOW, THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COMMIS SION OF THE CITY OF PHOENIX, AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. That with the assent of said property taxpayers, who in all other respects shall be qualified elec tors of the City of Phoenix as hereinaf ter provided, bonds of the City of Phoe- nxi shall be issued in the aggregate sum of $1,300,000.00, and the proceeds of the sale thereof shall be used for the purpose of purchasing, construct ing and installing a waterworks sys tem to be owned and controlled by said City; that said bond? shall bear the date of their issuance and shall mature January 1, 1950; they shall be in the denomination ot $1,000.00 each and shall be numbered consecutively from one to thirteen hundred, both inclusive; they shall be payable to bearer and bear Interest as evidenced by coupons at tached thereto at the rate of 5 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually on the first days of January and July, beginning January 1, 1920, at some bank in the City of New York, State of New York; said bonds shall be signed and attested by the Mayor and ' City Clerk and coupons for the Interest thereon shall be attached to each of said bonds and each of said coupons shall bear a fac-simile of the signa tures of the Mayor and City Clerk as such signatures appear on said bonds. Section 2. That a special election by the property tax payers of the City of Phoenix, who in all other respects shall be qualified electors of said City, be, and the same is, hereby called and di rected to be held in accordance with law on the 26th day of July, A. D. 1919, for the purpose of determining whether such indebtedness In such amount shall be authorized. Section 3. That at said special elec tion the following question shall be, and is, hereby submitted to the legally qualified property taxpayers of the City of Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona, who in all other respects shall be quali fied electors in said City for their de termination, to-wit: "Shall the Commission of the City of Phoenix, Maricopa county, State of Arizona, be authorized to create an in debtedness for and on behalf of the said City of Phoenix, and upon the credit thereof in excess of four per centum of the value of the taxable property of said City, but not in excess of fifteen per centum of the value of said taxable property of the City of Phoenix, by issuing negotiable coupon bonds of said City in the amount of One Million Three Hundred Thousand Dollars, for the purpose of acquiring funds for the purchase, construction Legal Advertising and installation of a waterworks sys tem, to be owned and controlled ex clusively by the said City of Phoeni.x. Said bonds to consist of thirteen hun dred bonds, numbered one to thirteen hundred, both inclusive, in denomina tions of One Thousand Dollars each; which bonds shall bear the date of their issuance; shall be payable to bearer, and bear interest as evidenced by cou pons attached thereto at the rate-ci 5 per centum per annum, payable semi annually on the first days of January and July beginning January 1, 1920, at some bank in the City of New York, State of New York, and said bonds shall mature January 1. 1950." Section 4. That said special election shall be held at the regular voting places within the City of Phoenix, which have been designated by ordi nance No. 270, as follows: First Precinct: Adams street school. Second Precinct: Central school building. Third Precinct: 235 North Central avenue. Fourth Precinct: Monroe school building. Fifth Precinct: Northwest corner Second avenue and Madison street Sixth Precinct: City Hall. That said election snail be conducted by such election officers as shall here after be appointed by resolutoin of the City Commission, and shall be con ducted in the manner prescribed by law and the vote shall be counted, can vassed and returned and the result as certained as provided by law. Section 5. The form of ballot which shall be provided by the City Clerk to be used at said election stall be substantially as follows: "OFFICIAL BALLOT" City of Phoenix, Maricopa County, State of Arizona Election July 26. 1919. QUESTION SUBMITTED Shall the Commission of the City of Phoenix, Maricopa County, State of Arizona, be authorized to create an indebtedness for and on behalf of the said City of Phoente, and upon the credit thereof in excess of four per centum of the value of the taxable property of said City, but not in excess of fifteen per cen tum of the value of said taxable property of the City of Phoenix, by issuing negotiable coupon bonds of said City in the amount of One Million Three Hundred Thousand Dollars, for the purpose of acquir ing funds for the purchase, con struction and installation of a waterworks system, to be owned and controlled exclusively by the said City of Phoenix. Said bonds, to consist of thirteen hundred bonds, numbered one to thirteen hundred, both inclusive, in de nominations of One Thousand Dol lars each; which bonds shall beat, the date of their issuance; shall be payable to bearer, and bear in terest as evidenced by coupons at tached thereto at the rate of 5 per centum per annum, payable semi annually on the first days of January and July beginning Janu ary 1, 1920, at some bank in the City of New York, State of New York, and said bonds shall ma ture January 1. 1950." Immediately following said propo sition so to be submitted to the prop erty tax payers of said City, who shall in all other respects be qualified elec tors in said City, the words "Yes" and "No" shall be printed in sucr. manner that said electors of said City may clearly express their approval oi disapproval of the proposition so to be submitted, substantially as required in Section 6, Chapter XV, of the Charter of the City of Phoenix. Section 6. The Clerk of the City ot Phoenix is hereby authorized, in structed and directed to post at least five copies of this Ordinance and the Notice of Special Election in five pub lic peaces within the City of Phoenix, at leist twelve days prior to the data of the election hereby called and di rected to be held, and shall post a copy of paid Ordinance and Notice of Special Election at each of such polling places, provided, that in addition to the. posting of said Ordinance and the Notice of Special Election, publication of said Ordinance shall be made in tbe "Arizona Republican" being a news paper published in the City of Phoenix, Arizona, and further provided that pub lication of the Notice of the Special Election herein provided to be given, shall be made in the said Arizona Republican, being the newspaper desig nated by the Mayor for that purpose, for not less than thirty days prior to the day of said election. Section 7. That the Mayor and Clerk of the City of Phoenix are hereby au thorized and directed to cause a no tice of Special Election to be posted and published as hereinbefore provided, and the said Clerk Is hereby further authorized and directed to effectuate the various provisions hereof. Section 8. The preservation of the public health, wellfare md safety of the City of Phoenix, requires that this ordinance shall become effective im- ' mediately, and an emergency is here by declared to exist, and this ordinance is hereby declared to be exempt from the Referendum provisions of the City Charter, and this ordinance shall take effect and become operative from and after its passage and approval by the Mayor. Section 9. Ordinance No. 266. passed by the Commission and approved the 11th day of June, 1919, Is hereby re pealed. Passed by the Commission of the City r,f Phoenix, this ISth day of June, 1919.' Approved: PETER CORPSTEIN, Mayor. Attest FRANK THOMAS, City Clerk. - NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that on tht 22nd day of July, 1919, at 3 o'clock P M., in front of the postoffice in the towr of Gilbert, County of Maricopa. the;e will be offered for sale and sold to thf highest bidder for cash, payable at the consummation of the sale, one n-ar horse, about 6 years old, weight about 1000 pounds, branded on left thigh A F, and one sorrell horse about 7 year? old, mane and tail cropped, weight about 1100 pounds, branded H. Bvon left thigh. Said sale is for the purpose of satis fying damages and pasturage lien of H. C. Healy. . , Given under my hand and seal of of fice this 12th dav of Julv. 1919. W. M- TIMMONS. Constable, of the Gilbert Precinct. NOTICE OF SALE Phoenix, Ariz, July 15, 1919. To C. A. Teel: Notice: There having been in my possession for a period of one year from this date, a certain Cole automobile. No. 18358. motor No. 906, against which I have labor and materials bill amounting to $121.33, you are hereby notified that unless the total amount past due against this automobile is paid on ot before July 25. 1919, I will offer fiid automobile for sale at public sale and will apply the proceeds of such sale against the amount of the indebtedness with the exception of any surplus, should there be a surplus, which amount in excess of the indebtedness against the automobile, will be held subject to the demand of the said C. A. Teel. GEO. H. REUEEN AUTO CO. By GEO. H. REUBEN. First publication July 15, 1919. o It makes no difference what your wants may be, you can have them sup plied by using and reading The Repub lican Classified pages Arizona's lead- ing advertising medium.