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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1913.
PAGE THREE SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN. CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION State of New Mexico, Office State Corporation Commission. Certificate of Comparison. United States of America, State of New Mexico bb. It is hereby certified, that the an nexed is a full, true and complete transcript of the Certificate of Ineor nnratinn of Security Investment inn! Development Company with the endorsements same appears on file and of record In the United States or elsewhere. To borrow or raise money by the issue or sale of any bonds, mortgages. j debentures, interest bearing cerliil ! cales of indebtedness or promisor;' notes and to invest any money so raised in any legal and promising tin erty in and out of this state and in shall mau; the affairs of the com pany or corporation for the first three mouths, or until their successors or associates qualify, are: .las. W. Nor nient, .1. H. Crist and S. K. Normont, such place or places in the several states, territories or territorial acquisi tions of the United States as shall from time to time be found necessary and convenient for the purposes of all or whom are citizens of the United the company's business. In general j States und residents of the state of del-taking for the benefit of the com-, to carry on any other business in con-j New .Mexico. pany. I nection therewith, whether munufae-j !). Subject to by-laws made by the To acquire any such investments I Hiring or otherwise, and with all the i stockholders the board of directors I No. 7721 1, as aforesaid by original subscription, ! pow er and right furnished by the laws j may make by-laws, and from time to thereon, as ' underwriting, particiyation in syndi-iof Ihe state of New Mexico under the! time, may alter, amend, or repeal any cates or otherwise and whether or not i acts hereinbefore referred to. bylaws, but any by-laws made by the ment was filed for record on the 2:! day of December, A. I). 1913, at Jl o'clock a. ni., and was duly recorded in Hook No. 2 of the Records of Cor porations, page inn, on this 24th day of December, A. D. 1913. Witness my hand and seal of nllicn. M. A. OHTIZ, County Clerk. Santa Fe Co.. N M. V. I. A LA H 1 1 ), Deputy. (Seal) BEAUTIFUL AMERICAN GIRL MEXICAN REBEL CHIEF IS REPORTED TO HAVE MADE HIS "CAPTIVE BRIDE" the office of the State Corporation fully paid up, and to make payments Commission. : thereon as called for or in advance In testimony whereof, the Chairman! of calls or otherwise and to under- and Clerk of said Commission have write and subscribe for the saraj con i Acquire and undertake the good) board of directors may be altered or j will, property, rights, franchises, eon- j repealed by the stockholders at any tracts and assets of every manner and j animal meeting, or any special meet kit. d, and the liabilities of any person. ' ing provided notice of such proposed i hereunto set their hands and affixed . ditionally or otherwise and either with : firm, association or corporation, either i alteration or repeal be included in the notice of the meeting. 1(1 Tliti oiiri.nmlint, r.iQjicvuU IliO 'right to amend, alter, change or re peal any provision contained in this the seal of said Commission, at the ' a view to investment or for re sale or City of Santa Fe, on this Fifteenth day (otherwise, and to vary the invest of December. A. D. 1913. HUGH II. WILLIAMS, Attest: Chairman. EDWIN F. COARD, Clerk. (SEAL) Certificate of Incorporation of the "Security Investment and Develop Ment Company." We, the undersigned, for ourselves, our associates and successors, have ments of the company and generally to sell, exchange or otherwise dispose of, deal with and turn to account any of the assets of the company. To negotiate loans, to offer for public subscription or either aid or assist in placing any investments as aforesaid and to give any guarantee in relation to any such investments is sued by or acquired by the company associated ourselves together for the j or otherwise, purpose of forming a Corporation for j To offer for public subscription any the purposes herein stated, under and i shares of stock in the capital or or de bentures or other securities or, or otherwise to establish or promote or concur in establishing or promoting any company, association, undertak ing or public or private body. To purchase, lease, hire or other wise acquire real and personal prop erty, improved and unimproved, in cluding rights of way and any right or franchises of every kind and de scription, and to sell, dispose of. rent, lease, convey and mortgage said prop erty or any part thereof; to acquire, hold, loan, manage, operate, develop, control, build, erect, maintain, for the purpose of said company, construct, re-construct or purchase either di rectly or through ownership of stock in any corporation, any lands, bui'ti Ings, offices, stores, warehouses, mills, shops, factories, plants, gas housc3 or plants, power houses, electric or water power or ' rights, machinery, rights, easements, permits, privileges, franchises and licenses and to do any and all other things which may at any time be necessary or convenient. In the judgment of the president or board of directors for the purpose of the company. To sell, rent, lease hire or otherwise dispose of the lands, buildings or any other property or holdings of the company or any part thereof. To hold, purchase or otherwise acquire, to sell, assign, transfer, mort gage, pledge or otherwise dispose of shares of the capital stock and bonds debentures or other evidences of In debtedness created by other corpora tion or corporations, and while the holder thereof to exercise all of the rights and privileges of ownership therein including the right to vote thereon. To make, own and furnish for sale correct and perfect abstracts of all real estate segregated from the public domain within the state of New Mex ico so far as the same have been or shall be placed of record in the pub lic records of said state and to" guaran tee the title of any such real estate under proper, sufficient and legal pro visions therefor. To buy, sell negotiate, exchange, pledge, trade and deal in and with shares, stocks, debentures, script, bonds and securities of any govern ment, state county or municipality, or public or private corporation or any corporate body; to trade and don! in and with real estate, mines, metal?, minerals, oil, water rights and irriga tion projects, grain, produce or other commodities. To invest in any or either of the foregoing and from time to time to change the investments of the company; to mortgage, pledge, or otherwise change all or any part of the investments of the company or its property and rights; to make ad vances on, sell or dispose of any prop erty or Investments; to act as agent, fuctor or broker for any or either of the corporate purposes above men tioned. To carry on the business of electric ians, electrical engineers, and dealers In electricity and electric, motive pursuant to the provisions of the Act of the Legislature of New Mexico, en titled: "An Act to regulate the forma tion and government of corporations for mining, manufacturing, industrial and other pursuits," approved March 15th, 1903, and of Chapter 12 of the Laws of 1887, and the Acts of said legislature amendatory thereof and supplemental thereto, do hereby cer tify as follows, to-wit: 1. The name of the corporation is "Security Investment and Develop ment Company." 2. The registered office of the cor poration is in the City of Santa Fe, New Mexico, at 239 Washington Ave., and Jas. W. Norment is designated as the statutory agent therein, in charge thereof, and upon whom process against said corporation may be served. 3. The objects for which the said corporation is formed are: To carry on and undertake, any business, undertaking, transaction or operation that is or can be carried on or undertaken by individuals,, capi talists, promoters, financiers, contrac tors, merchants, commission men. and agents and in the course of such busi ness to draw, accept, endorse, acquire and sell all or any negotiable or transferable instruments and securi ties, including debentures, bonds, notes and bills of exchange, book accounts, subscription accounts and merchants' bills; to issue on commission, sub scribe for, acquire, hold, sell, ex change and deal in shares, stocks, bonds, obligations or securities of any public or private corporation, govern ment or municipality, and the com pany shall have express power to hold, purchase or otherwise acquire, to sell, assign, transfer, mortgage, pledge or otherwise dispose of shares of the capital stock, bonds, . debentures or other evidences of indebtedness created by any other corporation or corporations of this or any other state and while the owner of such stock may exercise all the rights, powers and privileges of ownership, includ ing the right to vote thereon; to form, promote and assist, financially or otherwise, companies, syndicates, part nerships and associations of all kinds, and to give any guarantee in connec tion therewith or otherwise for the payment of money or for the perform ance of any obligation or undertaking; guarantee the payment of the debt or interest, or any bonds, securities or evidences of indebtedness of any other corporation and secure the same by mortgage or deed of trust of its prop erty and franchise; to acquire, im prove, manage, work, develop, exercise all rights in respect of rent, lease, mortgage, sell, dispose of, turn to account and otherwise deal with prop erty of all kinds, and in particular business and financial concerns and undertakings; to act as fiscal agent or otherwise for persons, firms and corporations. To buy or otherwise acquire, to hold, own, mortgage, pledge, sell, as sign and transfer or otherwise dispose of and to invest, trade in and deal In any goods, wares and merchandise, and real and personal property of ev erv class and description, including patents and patent rights, inventions or other improvements, trade marks, options, shares or rights in corpora tions, real property of any description, including mines and also bonds, mort gages, securities of any kind or de scription, or other evidence of indeb tedness or investments or investment securities of any kind whatsoever; to act as agent for the sale or purchase of any of the same or for any other purpose connected with any of the said above described powers; to pro mote corporate enterprises of any kind, including industrial enterprise, mines, real estate companies, abstract companies and all business or enter prises of any character and to own, operate or finance the same and to aid in any manner any corporation or en terprise in which the company is oi may be interested; to endorse, under write or guarantee stock, securities or Undertaking of any corporation or cor porations. To raise money by the issue of shares, Interest bearing certificates 'if Indebtedness, promisory nc-les or otherwise and to invest the money so raised In the purchase of or otherwise to acquire and hold any of tin? invest ments following, that is to say,, any Stocks, bonds, debentures, shares, script, or securities issued or having any guarantee by any government, municipality, trust, local authority or other body incorporated or unincor porated, public or private of the United States or any other country, state or territory under the protection of the United States, or any stock, bonds, debentures, shares, script or securities or having any guarantee by any corporation or company incorpora ted, public or private of the United States, or any stocks, bonds deben tures, shares, script or securities is sued or having any guarantee by any corporation or company incorporated, constituted or carrying on business in wholly or in part, and pay for the ; same in cash, stock or bonds of the corporation, or otherwise. Enter into, make, perform and car- j ry out contracts of every kind and for , certificate in the manner now or here- any lawful purpose with any person, linn, association or corporation. Purchase and retire or hold and re Issue the shares of its capita' stock, both common and preferred stock, its bonds or other securities. Remunerate any person or corpora tion for services rendered, or to b rendered, In placing or assisting to place or guaranteeing the placing or underwriting of any of tho share tf st tk of the corporation, or any hp- ""it'ires, bonds or other securities of the corporation, or :n or abort the formation or promotion of the corpora tion, or in the conduct of any phase of its business. With a view to the work! g and de velopment of the properties of the cor poration, and to effectuate, directly or inndirectly, its obj.cts and purposes, or any of them, Hie corporation may in the discretion of -hi; directors, (nun time to time, carry on any other law ful business, manufacturing or other wise, to any extent and in any manner not unlawful. The foregoing clauses shall be con strued both as objects and powers, but on recitation, expression or decla ration shall be deemed to be exclus ive, but they are in furtherance and not in limitation of the general powers conferred by the laws of the state of New Mexico, and it is hereby expressly declared that a'l other luwful powerj not inconsistent there with are hereby included, and that said corporation has the unrestricted full and free right to do any and all other acts, and to exereitiy nny and all other powers which a coiporatlon or a natural person or persons could or might do or exercise and which i now are or hereafter may be author ized by or that, is not contrary to law. 4. From time to time the preferred stock and common stock may be In creased as shall be determined by the board of directors and as may be per mitted by law. The holders of pre ferred slock shall bo entitled to re ceive only, and as declared from the surplus or net profits of the corpora tion, dividends at the rate of not in excess of eight per centum per an num, payable quarterly, semi-annually or on dates to be fixed by the by laws, as may be agreed upon. The dividends on the preferred stock shall be cumulative and shall be payable before any dividends on the common stock shall be paid or set apart so that, if in any year dividends amount ing to not in excess of eight per cent um shall not have been paid thereon, as agreed, the deficiency shall be pay able before any dividends shall be paid upon or set apart for the com mon stock. Whenever all cumulated dividends on the preferred stock for all previous years shall have been de clared and shall have become payable, and the accrued quarterly or other in stallments for the current year shall have been declared, and the company shall have paid such accumulated dividends for previous years, and such accrued installments, or shall have set aside from its surplus or net profits a sum sufficient for the pay ment thereof, the board of directors may declare dividends on the common stock payable then or thereafter out of any remaining surplus or net profits. In the event of any liquidation or dissolution or winding up (whether voluntary or involuntary) of the cor poration the holders of the preferred power, lighting and heating; to t ianu-j stock shall be entitled to be paid facture, buy, sell, import, export aim generally deal in electrical machinery of all classes and descriptions, also to produce, accumulate, distribute for hire electricity and electric motive force, and to supply the same as use for power for lighting, heating and motive purposes; to carry on the busi ness of lighting streets, towns, vil lages, cities, buildings public or private by means of electricity and to supply lighting and heating power to carriers of passengers and goods either by land or water; to construct, build, purchase, lease or otherwise acquire, maintain, equip, operate and build street railways, interurban rail ways, street cars and other passenger or freight vehicles operated by elec tricity or otherwise. To manufacture, use, purchase, lease or otherwise acquire and maintain telephones and all kinds of electrical devices; to in full both the par amount of their shares and the unpaid dividends ac crued thereon, before any amount shall be paid to the holders of the common stock; and after the payment to the holders of the preferred stock of its par value and the unpaid ac crued dividends thereon, the remain ing assets and funds may be divided and -paid to the holders of the com mon stock according to their respec tive shares. The holders of the preferred stocks shall not be entitled to any voting powers In the corporation. The pre ferred stock shall be Btibject to re demption at the option of the corpora tion at auy time after two years from the issuance of said preferred stock, at par value thereof and the amount of dividends cumulated and unpaid thereon at the date of redemption. 5. The corporation is hereby au-! after prescribed by statute for the; Hiiiendmi'tit of rhe pertitlciifp of incor-! poratinn. 11. In furtherance and nol in limi tation of the powers conferred by statute-, the board of directors are ex pressly authorized: To hold their meetings, to have one or more offices, and to keep the books of the corporation within or, except as otherwise provided by statute, with out the state of New Mexico, at such places as may be from time 1o time designated by them. To determine, from time to time, whether, and, if allowed, under what conditions and regulations the ac counls and books of the corporation shall be open to the inspection of the stockholders, and the stockholders' rights In this respect are and shall be restricted or limited accordingly, and no stockholder shall have any right to inspect any account or book or document of the corporation ex cept as conferred by statute or au thorized by the board of directors of by resolution of the stockholders. To make, alter, amend and rescind the by-laws of the corporation, to fix. determine, from time to lime and vary the amount to be reserved as working capital, to determine the times for tho declaration and payment and the amount of each dividend on the stock, to determine and direct the use and disposition of any surplus or 'net profits, and to authorize and cause to he executed mortgages and liens upon the real and personal property of Ihe corporation, provided that a majority of the whole board concur therein. Pursuant to the affirmative vote of the holders of a majority of the stock issued and outstanding at a stockhold ers' meeting duly convened, to sell, assign, transfer or otherwise dispose of the property, including the fran chises of the corporation as an en tirety, provided always that a majority of the w hole board concur therein. To appoint additional officers of the corporation, including one or more vice presidents, one or more assistant treasurers and one or more assistant secretaries; and to the extent pro vided in the bylaws, the persons so appointed shall have and may exer cise all of the powers of the presi dent, of the treasurer and of the sec retary respectively, provided, how ever, that allvice presidents shall be chosen from the directors. fly resolution passed by a majority vote of the whole board, under suit able provisions of the by-laws to de signate two or more of their number to constitute an executive committee, which committee shall for the time being, as provided in said resolution or in Ihe by-laws, have and exercise any or all powers of the board of di rectors, which may be lawfully dele gated In the management of the busi ness and affairs of the corporation, and shall have power to authorize the seal of the corporation to be af fixed to all papers which may require it. The board of directors and the exe cutive committee shall, except as otherwise provided by law, have power to act in the following manner, viz: A resolution in writing, signeu as affirmatively approved by all of the members of the board of directors or by all the members of the executive or other committee and thereafter with original or with duplicate signa- I tures inserted in the recorded min utes and properly dated shall be deem ed to be action by such board or com mittee, as the case may be to the ex tent therein expressed, with the same force and effect as if the same had been duly passed by the same vote at a regularly convened meeting. Subject to the foregoing provisions the by-laws may prescribe the numbet of directors to constitute a quorum at their meeting, nnd such number may be less than a majority of the whole number. In Witness Whereof, we have here unto set our hands and seals this 15th day of December, A. D. 1013. JAS. W. NORMENT (Seal) State of Now Mexico. Utlice State Corporal ion Commission Certificate of Comparison. United States of America. ' Slate of New Mexico. ss. i It is hereby certified, that the an- ' nrxed is a full, true and complete I transcript of the Certificate of Stock-: holders' Non-Liability of Security In-1 vestment and Development. Company; (No. 7722). with the endorsements thereon, as the same appears on tile and of record in the office of the State I Corporation Commission. i In testimony whereof, the chairman j and clerk of said commission have 1 hereuntno set their hands'and nlllxed j the seal of said Commission, at the 1 City of Santa Fe, on this Fifteenth; day of December. A. D. 1!H3. j HUGH II. WILLIAMS. ! Attest: Chairman. j EDWIN I-'. COARD. Clerk. (SEAL) Certificate of Stockholders' Non-Liability of "Security Investment and Development Company." j This is to certify that the under-! signed, being all of the original In-1 corporators, who have filed Hie certi-l ficate of incorporation of the "Security I Investment and Development Com-j pany" thereby associating themselves Into a corporation, under and by vir-1 tue of the provisions of Chapter 7! of the laws of New Mexico for 1905, and of Chapter 12 of the Laws of 18S7 and those amendatory thereof and supplemental thereto for and on behalf of themselves, all other stock holders who may become associated with them, the said corporation, do hereby declare Hint there shall be no stockholders' liability on account of any stock issued by the said corpora tion, and that all stockholders of saidinected with the country roads corporation shall be exempt, from all j A number of watch meetings are liability on account of any stock Is-(planned for the last day of the old SENORA FRAN CESCA VILLA. The beautiful cashier of Ihe American Clothing company's store at Tor rocon, Mexico, who, it is reported Gein-ral Francisco Villa, rebel chief, forcibly married in true bandit fashion. When Villa left Torrcon on his successful capture of Juarez and Chihuahua lie and his wife drove off in the grandest carriage he could obtain and a guard was seated on the box beside the coachman. Those who Baw .the couple say the bride seemed re signed to her position. men interested to obtain at least 05 i rain area covers the country eastward or 70. A good deal of work is being done on the ctiy streets now, and several of the main avenues are being con-1 sued to or held by them, except such liability for the amount of capital cer tified to have been actually paid, in property or cash, at the time of the commencement of business, as provid ed for and In accordance with Section 23 of the said Act of 1005. In Witness Whereof, the said incor porators have hereunto set their hands and seals on this 15th day of Decem ber, A. D. l!)i:j. .IAS. W. NORMENT (Seal) S. K. NO I? MENT, (Seal) .1. II. CRIST, (Seal) .1. IT. VAUGHN (Seall LEO HERSCII (Seal) State of New Mexico, County of Sanla Fe, I Before me the undersigned author ! ity in and for said state and county i personally appeared .las. W. Norment, S. K. Norment, .1. H. Crist, J. H. j Vaughn and Leo Hersch, lo me per-! actually kuo-wn to tie ih poi-unna div scribed in and who executed (he fore-.' going instrument and severally duly j acknowledged that they, and each of j them, executed the same as their free ! act and deed. j In witness whereof, 1 have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official ! seal Ihe day and the year first above! written. CLARENCE L. HOWLDS. (Seal) Notary Public My commission expires Dec. 1, 1014. ENDORSED: No. 7722. Cor. Rec'd. Vol. (i. Page 243, Certi- year, among them a house warming party for the new Methodist parson age, to be concluded by a watch meet- j ing at the church, beginning at 11 j o'clock p. in., und continuing until 12:05 a. m. of the next year, j Prof. A. Ward Miller, of Chicago, I has a troop of trained tree trimmers I who are doing a bit of fine work all over the city to the great improvi i ment of our trees. to Idaho, Utah, western Colorado and northern Arizona. Temperatures are generally much higher and condi tions favorable for the further ad vance of the storm, which should give this section cloudy and threatening weather tonight and Thursday, with probably snow or rain. BEAUTY QUEEN AT EASTERN COLLEGE. THE WEATHER The range of temperature yester day was from 14 to 34: the average relative humidity was 08 per cent. It was a partly cloudy day with a mean I temperature of 24 degrees or 5 be-1 low the average. j The mercury stood at Ihe skiddo figure of 23 at 6 a. m. today. In other cities it was As follows: Amarillo, 22: llisniarck, Hi; Hoise, 36; Cheyenne, IS; Dodge City, 20; Du rango. 20: Flagstaff, 3D; Grand Junc tion, 12; Helena, 20; Kansas City, 2ti; Lander, 4; Los Angeles, 54; Modena 2; Oklahoma, 32; Phoenix, 4i; Port land, 40; Pueblo, 6; Rapid City, 18; jRoseburg, 46; Roswell, 38; Salt Lake, 2b; San Francisco, of.; Spokane, 32; Tonopah. 32; Williston, 16; Winne mucca, 32. Local Data. Highest temperature this date last year, 3!); lowest, 22. Extreme this flnfo. 41 venrti rer-nrit. highest. 55 in ficate of Stockholders' Non-Liability of ; li)0!). )0West, 3 in 1880. construct, operate, and maintain, pu-r-1 thorized to issue its capital stock to chase, lease or otherwise acquire sub ways,, conduits, electric light'ng and heating plants. To lay, construct and maintain cable lines and wires and all other necessary appurtenances and appliances; to manufacture, generate, store .transmit and distribute electric current for heating, lighting, power or other uses. To carry on a general dredging, cor- tract and engineering business in nil other branches, also to design, con struct, enlarge, extend repair, com plete, take down or remove or other wise engage in any work upon bridges piers, foundations, mines and shafts, tunnels, walls, waterworks, reservoirs, dams, pipe lines, flumes, buildings, telegraph and telephone lines, canals and all kinds of excavations and iron, wood, masonry and earth construction and to make, execute, take and re ceive any contracts or assignments of contracts therefor or relating thereto or connected therewith. To conduct its business and have one or more offices and unlimited!' and without restraint to hold, purchase, lease, mortgage and convey real prop- the extent of Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000.00) of which amount One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000) may be specially designated, sold and held as Preferred Stock, divided Into twenty five thousand shares (25,000) of the par value of Ten Dollars ($10) each. The common and preferred stock hav ing the same designated face or par value, and aggregating a total of twenty-five thousand (25,000) shares. 6. The capital stock with which the corporation will commence busi ness is subscribed by the Incorpora tors thereof as follows, to-wit: Jas. W. Norment, Santa Fe, N. M., 2496 shares. S. K. Norment, Santa Fe, X. M. 1 share. J. H. Crist. Santa Fe, N. M.t 1 share. J. H share. Leo Hersch, share. 7. The life or duration of said cor poration shall be fifty (50) years. 8. The number of directors who S. K. NORMENT (Seal) J. H. CRIST (Seal) .T. H. VAUGHN (Seal) LEO HERSCH (Seal) State of New Mexico, County of Santa Fe. Before me the undersigned author ity in and for said state and county personally appeared Jas. W. Norment. S. K. Norment, J. H. Crist, .1. H. Security Investment and Develop ment Company. Filed in office of Stato Corporation Commission of New Mexico, Dec. 15, 1013; 3:10 p. m. EDWIN F. COARD, Clerk. Compared EDC to J.TO. State of New Mexico. County of Santa Fe. ss. I hereby certify that this Instru ment was filed for record on the 23rd day of December, A. D., 1013, at 11 o'clock a. m., and was duly recorded in Book No. 2, of the Records of Cor porations, page 108, on this 21th day of December, A. D. 1013. Witness my hand and seal of office M. A. ORTIZ, County Clerk, Santa Fe Co., N. M V. I. ALAR1D, Deputv. (SEAL) WERE IMPRESSED WITH DEWING Forecast. i For Santa Fe and vicinity: Cloudy j tonight and Thursday, with probably snow or rain; slightly warmer tonight, j For New Mexico: Tonight and j Thursday generally cloudy, probably j snow in north portion; warmer ex-i treme northeast portion tonight. j The barometer has fallen rapidly j over the north Pacific since Tuesday morning, and a well developed storm j area now appears off the Oregon coast. Heavy rains have occurred from Washington southward to cen tral California, and this morning the Miss Maude Olive Minahan of New York City, who has been elected by the students of Wellesley college as the most beautiful girl at the college. THE LATEST NEWS FROM NOAH'S ARK! Denting, N. M., Dec. 31. Detning was favored with a visit Saturday and Sunday from A. T. Haynes and Mrs. Haynes, of Cape May, N. J., who are touring the southern states in their Buick 37. Mr. Haynes, who -as at the head of the commercial body of his native city, and who has been con nected with commercial organizations in the east a good many years is thor oughly Impressed with the manner in ! which the southwest is forging to the j front. He likes to go into a city and j have every resident, speak of their i Vaughn, and Leo Herscn, to me per-jhome town a8 the only one on Jhe sonally known to be the persons de- j map as tnat sp)rlt of progreB8 anu Vaughn, Santa Fe, N. M., Santa Fe, N. M scribed in and who executed the fore going instrument and severally duly acknowledged that they, and each of them, executed the same as their free act and deed. In Witness Whereof, I have here unto set my hand and affixed my offi cial seal the day and year first above written, CLARENCE L. BOWLDS. (Seal) Notary Public. My commission expires Dec. 1, 1914. ENDORSED: No. 7721 Cor. Rec'd. Vol. 6. Page 243. Certifi cate of Incorporation of Security In vestment and Development Company. Filed In office of State Corporation Commission of New Mexico, Dec. 15, 1913; 3:10 p. m. EDWIN P. COARD, Clerk. Compared EDC to JJO. State of New Mexico, County of Santa Pe. ss. I hereby certify that this instru- community intrest are sure to win. J. D. Tant, of Alamogordo, is spend ing a few days in the valley getting Ben W. Sturgess, of Roy, N. M., is visiting his old i'lieud C. L. Baker, pointers of the Deming Chamber of Commerce and our progressive farm ers as to the best methods of making the land around his home city a pay ing proposition for investors. Edwin M. St. John, of Rockford, 111., a special attorney for A. u. Spalding, of the Rio Mimbres Irrigation com pany, is spending a few days in the valley, and is very much impressed with the possibilities. He says Mr. Spalding is as enthusiastic as ever over the development of this valley. The interest in the national guard for Deming Is still growing and new names are being obtained every day, although regulations require only 56 names, It is the purpose of the young . m'WM na isa pip tut Y$m w COMlN' KOrAE AT FIVE A-M- YsJ