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tiiey are kept down,
thev divert the nu
trition which the
provides from
the growing crops and ruin their pro
ductiveness. ,
Diseases are to the bod' what weeds
are to the soil. They divert the nutri
tion which is necessary to sound health,
and the body, instead of being strong
and hardv, drags out ,a sickly existence.
When the stomach is 'diseased, and tho
other organs of digestion and nutrition
are involved with it, there is a constant
loss of nutrition by the body. The stom
ache and its allied organs are not able to
convert the foods into nourishment, and
lience the body and its several organs are
deorived of the necessary elements of
vitality. What is known as ''weak"
heart 'or 'weak" lungs, vrea!c nerves
and other forms of so-called weakness, are
penerally caused by '"weak" stomach.
When the stomach and the other organs
of digestion and nutrition are cured, then
the other diseases are cured with it. Dis
eases which are caused by a diseased
condition of the stomach are cured
through the stomach. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases
of the stomach raid its associated organs
of digestion and nutrition. It cures
through the stomach diseases of heart,
lungs, liver and other organs. It in
creases the activity of the blood-making
glands, so that the whole body is nour
ished by an abundant supply of pure
blood, rich in the bright red corpuscles
of health.
There is no alcohol in " Golden Med
ical Discovery" and it contains neither
opium, cocaine, nor any other narcotic.
It is strictly a temperance medicine.
' Persons suffering from chronic forms
. of disease are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce by letter free. All correspondence
strictly private. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y.
fOP Y85cSb
Jv gratitude tovou and your 'Golden Sic
ice! Discovery ' is "so great." writes Mr. Re
'Golden Mcd
ites Mr. Ross
Ivlartiu. of Artec. I.Iason Co., West Virginia, ""mat.
I am at a loss to find voras to esprcss my irue
feeling. I had suffered for a number of years
ivith Juns; and throat troubles, and doctored with
specialists, but got no better. Then I decided
to trv Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
and after using it I was greatly relieved. I nave
all faith that it has saved my lite. , . ,
I have one of your medical boohs and tteaK
it a grand work."
Teppkf levas QsiP&sg
I was a sufferer from torpid liver for over a
rear," writes Mrs. Nora Willis, of Wheatfield,
Jasper Co., lud., raud could not sleep, nor cat
but verv little, and then it would cause nie great
distress. I tried several doctors but prot no re
lief. Was advised by a friend to write, to Dr.
Pierce, which I did, and in a few days I received
a letter advising me to take his Golden Med
ical Discoverv ' and also his ' Pleasant Pellets.
After I had taken only half a bottle I was greatly
improved. I only took; three bottles of the
Golden Medical Discovery ' and two vials of the
Pellets,' and. thanks to Dr. Pierce and his
wonderful mtdicine. I am as well as ever in my
lifeand feelthat-.life worth-living ift'T'-iiL
"Last winter 1 iook a severe com wn.ui in
sulted in pleurisy. Tongue can not tell what I
suffered. For two nights and two days I could
not move without it nearly killed me. I tola
nv husband I could not endure another night of
suffering. The weather was so cold and stormy
that it was almost too bad for any one to go sik
miles to town, .but he went, and got a bottle cf
Dr. Pierce's Extract of Smart -Weed, which gave
me instant relief. I can say that for all pains
that I have tried it for it has work J hke magic.
We keep a bottle of the Smart-Weed' in the
house all the time. I cannot thank Dr. Pierce
enough for what he has done for me-"
Constipation has almost countless con
sequences. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
cure constipation and cure its conse
quences. They should always be used
with " Golden Medical Discovery," when
the use of a laxative is indicated.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
of the
- LA WYE 88 XSR J1AKKEKS OIL COM
PAST.
' KSQVF ALL MEN BY THESE PRKS
qnts: Tht we, the undersigned, have this
fay voluntarily associated ourselves to
gether for the purjxe of forming a cor
poration under the laws of the Territory of
Arizona, and under Chapter 2. Titlo 12, of
ihe Revised Statutes of the Territory of
Arizonn. to transact, the business herein
after mentioned, and do adopt the following
Articles of Incorporation.
FIRST.
That the name of said corporation shall
be the LAWYEliS AND BANKERS OIL
COMPANY.
SECOND .
The names of the incorporators are John
JJryson, Sr., Sheridan A. Carlisle and .1 . II.
tSmith .
' THIKD.
The place where the principal business
of'jairi corporation is to be transacted is
Yama, Territory of Arisoa.; bat ( he cor
poration proposes to carry on business
within its corporation limits i'l tho County
of Los Angeles, State of California, and at
sach other place or places in said State or
other States or Territories of the United
Stales as may he. found necessary; and the
corfwration will have a main office and a
Stock transfer office in the City of Los An
jreles, Cotmly of Los Angeles, State of Cali
fornia. FOURTH.
The general nature of the business pro
ptjfced to be transacted is :
1st. To buy or otherwise acquire, to
prosiect for, to hold, own, manage, operate,
improve and develop oil lands, mining
claims, minerals rights, oil velis and ofiior
rail estate, and interests and rights in any
of said projerty.
2od. To engage in and carry on the busi
ness of mining, operating, exploring, tun
neling or drilling for, developing, producing,
refining, distilling, treating, manufacturing,
urepnring, handling, storing, dealing in,
buying and seli'ii oil, elroleuxn, coal, gas,
a.haUmn, bituminous rock and other j
mtaerate and hydro-carbon substances and j
j od tic (s of such substances; and for such j
purposes to buy and otherwise Ji..M, own,
manage and opprate relinerie?, i-ipc-liiie-. j
task?. nUuJufactnriep, machinery, tank-cars, i
utd etftcr works and appliances that may
lieideutr auxiliary to said buMiu'fts.
To purchase, ct, own and maintain all
i . . - ii.r.otiit'.eiy,
or iufehar io i
tr ; riy W-4kBter
Uoanl of Directors.
3rd. To rent, or lcae toothers, to im
prove, sell, mortgage, pledge, or otherwi
dispose of, or any part of. any of the ren
or personal properly owned by said corpora
lion, or in which it may have any intere-'
4lh. To take and acquire by purchase o
exchange or other lawful Ixodes, to ho'tt
own, seil or otherwise depose of the ea; -iud
stock or bonds or other corporation .
5th. To procure or purchase water o
water rights; to develop water by tunneling
I r-,rw .,n nv otherwise: to buy o
sell water or water rights, to construe
ditches, Humes, aud pipe-lines to conve;
water for the use of said Company and fo:
other purposes.
(5th. To issue. Fell, convey arm acqum
bonds and
mortgages; purcnase, acquirt
mil hold, or sell and convey real r pv
onai property of whatsoever kind; audi
n all thinss necessary to carry on t;.
business of the Company.
FIFTH.
The amount of capital sleek authorized i
one million dollar.- ($l,o6o 04 (0). tn I
livided into one million (f,(KK).0OO) shan
of the par value of one dollar C$1.00 each .
SIXTH.
The amount of said capital stork whici
has been actua'ly subscribed is eight hun
.red and one ihaus:inl dollars ($;01,0UO.o0
Jc same to be paid in as soon as practh
iblc alter the organization of tho Conipai..
is complete; and the following are the name
i the persons by whom the same has ben
iiib-enbeil, o-wit:
MBor StBSCJiaai. so. or SlUKliS. AUOl-S'.
J .tin Brrson, . 000 ?K0 .
-beridan A. Carlisle. 400.0XI ?t09.0!X
J.1I. Smilh. 400,000 ?400,000.
SEVEN '1 it.
The cororation will !egin business o
.e2Gth day of March, MOO, and wid to.
"d'vitc in twenty-iive (25) years from tha
dale.
EIGHTH.
The affairs of this corporation shall b
onducted by a Board of Directors consist
g of three (3) persons, including a Pre-"
lent, Vice-President, Attorney, Secretary
id Treasurer; and. at the option oftli
5 iard of Directors, an Associate Secretary .
Elections of Directors shall be held a;
nially on the fourth Monday of .March, am
he election of officers at the lirst meetir.
if the "Board cf Wr""' thereafter.
NINTH.
The names of the Directors who are ap
pointed lor the iirt year and to serve unti
the election and qualification of such officer
arc as follows, to-wit:
NAMES. KESIDENCES
John Brvson, Sr., Los Angeles, California
Sheridan A.Carlisle, Los Angelcs.Cahfornu
J. H. Smith, Los Angeles, California
TENTH
The highest amount of indebtedness or
li;ihilitv to which this co'poration shal
subject itself is two hundred thousand dol
lars C$200,000 00).
ELEVENTH.
Private properly of the members of this
corporation shall be exempt from corporate
debts.
TWELFTH.
Among the powers of th's body corporate
shall be the following:
1st, To have perpetual succession.
2nd. To sue and to be sued by the cor
porate name.
3rd. To have a common seal, and to alter
the same- at pleasure-
4th. To render the shares or interest of
-tockholders transferable, and to presenile
the mode of making such transfer.
nth. To exemnt the private property of
-mcmbore-from 'iiibility for corporate deut..
Cth. T make contracts, acquire and
transfer property, possessing the same
power? in such respects as private individ
uals now enjoy.
7th. To establish pipe-lines and make
all rules and regulations deemed expedient
for the management of tncir aftairs, not in
consistent with the Constitution and law of
tho United States, and the laws of the Ter
ritory of Arizona.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, wehave here
unto set our hands and seals this I8th day
of March. A. D. 1900.
J OIIN BRYSON, Sr. (.Seal )
SHERIDAN A. CARLISLE, (Seal)
J.H.SMITH, CScal)
State of California,
County of Los Angeles.f
On this IGth dav of "March, 1900. before
me, Lucy E. Wheeler, a Notary Public in
and for the County of Los Angeles, State of
California, residing therein, duly commis
sioned and sworn, personally appeared John
Bryson, Sr., Sneridan A. Carlisle and J. II.
Smith, personally known to me to be the
persons whose names are subscribed to the
within instrument, and acknowledged to
me that they executed the same.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here
unto set my hand and affixed mj' olhcial
seal in said Count3r, the day and year in
this certificate first above written.
Seal LUCY E. WHEELER.
Notary Public in and for the County of Los
Angeles, State of California.
Territory of Arizona,
County of Yuma. ) "
I, W. E-. Marvin, County Recorder in and
for said county, do hereby certify that 1
have compared the within and foregoing
instrument, and the same is a full, true and
correct copy of Articles of Incorporation ol
the Lawyers and Bankers Oil Company as
tiled for record March 19th, 1900, in records
of Yuma County, Arizona.
In witness where I have hereunto set my
fiand and affixed my official seal this 2Slh.
dav of March, A. B. 1000.
" cealj W. E. MARVIN.
County Recorder.
First pub. April 4, 1000.
ARTICLES OF ISCOKPOitATIOX.
of the
CUCIIAS GOLD HiXISft, MILLING
& lUIEDGINlx COMPANY.
Tf NOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:
iVfltat we, J . W. Dorringtou, Wm N. Heskey,
James P. Buck, Wm. E. Marvin, A. J Crawford and
Obcar L. Geuge, all of the County cf Yuma, Terr, of
Arizona, htroby associate ourselves together for
the purpose of becoming incorporated under the
provisions of Chapter 2, of the Revised Statutes of
the Terr, of Arizona, and do hereby adopt the fol
lowing Articles of Incorporation:
Article 1.
The name of this:orporlion shall be the Cuchan
Gold Mining, Milling Dredging Coinpauyy.
Article 2.
The names. of the incorporators of this corporation
are, !. W. Dorrington, Wm. N. Hotkey, James P.
Ruck, Wm. E. Man in, A. J. Crawford and Occar L.
Genge. all of the County of Yuma, Terr, of Arizona
Article 3.
The j r ne'pa! place of business of this eoiporation
sliH bo in the City of Yams, in the Tctr. of Arizona,
Vunw County, vfRh branch offices at all such plaees
us the Board of Directors may designate.
Article i.
TliftgruicraJ nature of the business ppocd i be
trausscted by r.JiU eoi jwralioii ib and shall be the
but hi?, sciliUg, hJaxilt-ff, owning, lioldiBg, jHitsu-shjy.
aixl nijttioa mfues, mi'K- mill itc-,i real ettate
l perirenal pjojxrty: the construction af-i
iuin and rSlncitea of oras nnd miuorai?; to acquire,
own, hold , aeS and deal in or, metals, niiiiwals,
pcrsosai property. mwclianJlse, and generally to
own, Jiold, acquire, and deal in any property, and
.odo or frknKact-anydiiiigr necessary to ei'gftge n
and cam- c:i a-.d toxavu gsnml talnlng, milling,
.nu-Uii-g ar.d merchandise business in connection
a itu such such iniilin and millinu- business, and to
,..W, aoulra, own and deal in any property, and to
,o any act or thins necessary for the carrying out
jid erras'm? any of said fori-Rone lines of busi
.ei8, within the Stales and Terrier of the United
states of America; also the carrying on of placer
m'ning operations on the banks, bars and bed of th
"iolcrado Kiver, by dredgiii!,' or other process, and
"inthe fuv.heranceof developement of sueh opera
ions Uie aco.u'rcinent by purchase, lease, lo-atioft
,ro'lierv.ise! of placer raminjf or other grounds
suitable for the puiposes ol this Company the pur-has.-,
luannfactur and erection of such machinery
, tmmnrn'inC MIMV DO dCeKC i IlCCCbya.. V lu
" , ..,.' llronoscti:tl.e inaujrar-
atiMi an 3 maintenance of dasireil transportanou
;n. iiitiM. ai:U tha doinT of any and alt other things
necessary or incidental to the c irrying out of the
purpooeb. hereiobefi.r.- s. e.ified; to buy, sell, lease,
i:;d d al ii a 1 k'n is of property, real perMJiial and
miscd, n.iues, ores, u'ectfieity, water and water
rights, franchises, rood-, v;arcs. morcbar.dise and
materials, and all the proUucdim of this company;
to locate, claim, divert, a ;d otherwise acquire ana
improve' mineral lands, waier anil water rirjhfe, rc
iiniivg worhs an I mills: to locate, contract, aqnire
u-id maintain dauis, tunnels, pipes, flumes, Uvees,
viaducts, receivers, aquaduca, canals, bridges,
embankments, cn.i excava ions across, under, nd
over any water eor.rsc, lake, river, or stream, wattv
way, or public highway; and tos'.l, lease, gru.t,
:id dispose of mines, electricity , " attr anu water
rights thus aicared, controlled, or appropriated.
Todcvolope oil, water or gas by means of di'giii,-.
boriitjf. tunneling or other moans and to aisposeo.
same for the benefit of the Corporation .
Art'.ele 5.
The amount of eap tal stock authorized by said cor
poral ion is and thai! be no Million DoHars 3' ,0C0 -
009 x. to be divided i.to five thousand (o'XW) snares
(f tho par value of Two Hundreds ($201.00) per
sh .re, and the time when and the conditions upon
which it is to be paid are as follows: All stock Is
sued must be fully uaid for in cash or property
upon isMiance, and shall th- rcafter be ncn-a5sess-r.Uie
for any purpose whatever.
Articles.
The timo of the commencement of this corpora
tion shall be the date of tho filing of this Articles
of Incorporation for record in the office of the
Couniy Recorder- of Yuma County, Arizona Terr,
and the termination thereof shall be twenty five (251
ycar6 thereafter, unlesb the same be l em-wed, pur
suant to the laws of the Territory cf Aiiiona, before
the termination thereof.
Article 7.
The affairs of said corporation shall he managed
by a Beard of Sis c'3 Directors, who shall bostock
holdcrs in the corporation; provided, that in the
event at any time, of there not be iii'as many as six
atockhoiders. any other number i ot less than thr c I
may c. nslitute board of directors ana transact ti.e
aEairj of the corporation. The.-e directors shall be
elected annually by the stockhol ers of the corpora
tion at the regular stockholders inceti:!?, which
sh ill be held on tho second Monday of March of
each yeai, at the office of the company in Yuma,
Arizona, and shall perform the functions of their
oriices until their successors shall have been duly
elected aud qualified, In the event, at any time, of
the death' resignation or disability of any director,
the remaining members of the board may fill the
r&nauey by the election of some stockholder The
first board of directors shall consist oiJ. W. Dor
rhiston, Win. iT. Keskey Janus V Uuck, Win. K.
Maivin. A.J. Crav. ford aud Os.-ar L. Gjnge, who
shall hold their offices from the date of the lllins of
i.hnse aniulas in the office of the County Ilecorder
until the regular election a id qualification, as above
provided for, or of their su cessors.
Article S.
The officers of said corporation shall be a presi
dent, viee-prosident, secretary and treasurer, and
such other otilccrs as the board of directors may
from time to time determine They shall be elected
annually, by thtbsard of dircctorsratthefirmncet
iiiB after the election of such directors. The pres
ident and vice-president shall be members of the
board of directors.
Article 0.
The hhnesi amount cf indebtedness said corpora
tion shall at any time create shall not exceed the
sum of One Hundred thousand f 100,000) dollars.
Article 10.
The private property of stockholders of this cor
poration shall be excempt from liability for cor
porate debts.
Arliclo 11.
The board of Directors shall have the power to
make, adopt and amend Bay-Laws for the govern
ment of the affairs of the corporation. The Board
of Directors ohall have the power to borrow money,
execute corporate notes or bonds of the corporation,
an-l to secure the pa ment of the same by mor'g.uc
ou the property of the corporation, or in any other
manner designated by said B v-I-ws. These Articles
of Incorporation may be amended at any time dur
ing the annual meeting of the i-tockholde-.s, orat
any special meeting of the stockholders called for
that purposcjby a majority vote of the stock of the
corporation then issued, in favor of such amend
ment. In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our
lumds and seals this 10th day of March, 1SKW.
J. W. DOItRINOTON,
VII. N. HKSKEY,
JAilES P. KUCK,
Wm. E. MARVIN,
A. J. CRAWFORD,
0. L. GENGE,
(Seal)
(Seal)
(Seal)
(Seal)
(Seal)
(Seal)
County of Yuma, I
Territory of Arizona. (
Before me, Geo. A. Duke, a Notary Public in and
for the County of Yuma, Terr, of Arizona, on this
day, personally appealed .1. Y. DorritiKton, Win. N.
Baikey, James P. Buck, Wui. E. Maivin, A. J.
Crawford, O. L. Ge:i-e personally known to nic to be
the pers"iis whose names are subscribed to the foro
oiiiy instiument, and acnowlcdife tome tlut they
execute the same for the purposes and considerations
therein expressed.
Given under my hand and seal of office, this 10th
day of March, A, L., 1M0. "
(.-eal) GEO. A. DUKE,
Notary Public in and for the County of Yuma,
Tt.rr. of Arisona.
My coium'.sfcion expires on the 9th dayof Nevember,
1901.
Received for reco;I JIarch 10, 1900, at 3 o'clock
p. in. at request of V.'m-. N. Heskey.
W. E. MARVIN, Recorder.
First pub. Mar. J4. 1900.
vVTllE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
i Third Judicial District or the j'ernt iry
A of Arizona, in and for the County of
Yuma.
Narciso iloreno, I'lainliir.
vs.
Porfiria iloreno. Defendant.
Action brought in the District Court of
The Third .Judicial District of the Terri
tory of Arizona, in and for Yuma County
and the com plaint in said Yuma County,
in the ottice ot the Cleric of said District
Court.
In the name of the Territory of Arizona
toPorfiria Moreno, Defendant, greeting:
You are hereby summoned and required
to appear in an action brought against you
by the above named plaintiM, in the Dis
trict Court of Ihe Third Judicial District of
ihe Territory of Arizona, in and for Yuma
Couniy, and answer the -omp:aint therein
riled with Ihe Clerk of this said Court, at
Yuma, in said County, within ton days
after the service upon you of this Sum
mons, if served in this said County, or if
served out of thi sai?l County and within
thiis said Judicial District, then within
twenty days thereafter, or it; all other eases
within thirty days thcreultcr, the limes
abovt- mentioned being exclusive of the
hiy of service, or judgment by default, will
be taken against you.
(liven under my hand and seal of the
Di.striet Court of the Third Judicial Dis
trict of the Territory of Arizona, in and
for Yuma Countv. thi? L7th dav of 1'ebru
ary, A. 1)., IWJ.'
ism.) C. SI. LEY.
ClMk ofsaKl Dit:iet CSttrt .
!Mf ;. v&.M, urn.
ARIZONA.
' -monn, stands at the threshold of an
era of, wondcrfnl social an I industrial de
velopment. There can't be a doubt about
the fact. The dawn for which she has
wailed so long is breaking at last. There
ia every promise of a day of great pros
perity and pennauent upbuilding just be
foieher. The impulse of a. nsw and enci
gising hope is visible everywhere among
her people, while the cumulative effect of
many things, which made but small im
pression as they transpired singly, 13 now
commanding for her a full share of atten
tion and interest abroad among home
seekers and capitals its,
.4 lively competition has sprung up for
tho possession of things which have hereto
fore gone a-begging for ownership. There
is a scramble far franchises. Nothing mora
surely indicates a great industrial awaken
ing than this. The rates of interest are
falling to moderate ligures. Nothing more
umtly indicates confidence and competitirn
ong-tiie mouey ieml rs tnan tins.
Arizona has rc3che.l that climacticer
period which every western state has i
peiienced sometime in its history when,
niter loner and wearv strntrde and doubt
with nnnli sidft of the balance first up and
then down, t'-e clouds of despondency
h u e suddenly rolled a.vay, and a sunhurbt
of energizing hope has tiinncu tno arorp
iug spnit3 of the people to greater aiu
braver endeavor than before.
For the lasc tveive years the subsidence
of the gi eat Tombstone boom and the com
pletion of two transcontinental lines of
miirnnd ncross 'her territoff Arizona has
if it !.! flwmnpd on t. of nublio attention
lint in thatVime she has been quietly ac
cumulating a fund of substantial v. cult!
unit a force of moral character wind
mi.lifv hoi- nnw to rise un and take he
destiny in her own hands.
Wantee Honest man or woman
to travel for large house; salary $05
monthlv and expenses; position per
manent; enclose self-addressed stamp
(1 envelope. Manager, 330 Caxton
Mdcr flnicno. Cm ilec'30
ARTICLES OF IXCOKrOEATJLOX
of the
WESTERN COAST OIL (J0HPA3TY
CTNOW ALT.
Htn P,Y THESE PRESENT
TVat v.-e, the undersigned Frank . i;at'ge".
1
II. Markm n, G. D. Paltcn, E. F. Broolw, Pcrly
Unsdell Frank C. Bolt and C. D. Daggett dcbirintr
to beconte incorporated under the provisions of
Title 12, of the ilevised Statutes of ths Tcrntoiy ot
Arizona, as approval March nth 1S07 do hereby asso
ciates ourselves to-ethcr for the purpose of incor
porating under the said Statute, and inpursuar.ee
thereof do hereby make, declare and adopt the folio-,-,
ing as our articles of incorporation:
ARTICLE 1.
The name of this corporation shall be tho West
ern feast Oil Company" and tho principle place of
bui.i!:css shall be in tiie City of Yuma, Territory oi
Arizona, and in thn City of Pasadena, State of Cali
fornia. The stockholders of tho corporation mect
inf in the form r place, and the board of directors
as hereinafter 'constituted, meeting in the latter
place, and the corp .ration shall have power to cstab
lish branch offices for the transaction of business at
other places to be designated by the By-Laws.
ARTICLE 2.
The general nature of the bu.-ines3 proposed to be
transacted by the Corporation :
First-To acquire by purchase or otherwise and
to hold, sell, exchange or otherwise dispose fo rcl
and personal property.
Second To develop oil, water or gas by meai s of
digging boring, tunnelling or other me.ni3, and to
dispos? of the same for the benefit of the Corpora
tion .
Third To construct and maintain such reservoirs,
tanks, ditches, pipes aud pipe lines as may be con
venient or necessary for the storage, sali or di tribu
tion of the oil, water or gas that may belong to the
Corporation.
Fourth To refine oil, to manufacture all oil pro
duets and to purchase sell and deal in crude au3
rcSned oil and oil products.
Fifth To carry on a general mercantile business
such as is proper and usual for the purpose of pur
chasing and selling goods, artHes or merchandise
to its cixployecs or others desiring tho same in the
locality of it" general h;;siness.
Sixth To transact any manner of lawful business
that may be necessary useful or convenient for the
purpose of carrying out the general purpose of the
Corporation.
ARTICLE 3.
The amount of the Capital Stock authorised by tho
"orporation shall be the sum of 81,000,000, .tivided
into One million sl-ares of the per value of One dol
lar oach.-and the time when and the conditions upon
which it is to be paid in arc as follows to wit: The
entire amount thereof has been subscribed and will
be paid in full upon the filing ol these articles with
the County Recorder of the Said County of Yuma,
hy the subscribers assigning and transfcring to the
Corporation certain leases, options and othci prop
erty now owned by tlicsub.-cribers in the State of
California.
ARTICLE i .
The time ot the commencement of Ihis Corpora
tion shall be when these articles of Incorporation
tre filed in the County Recorders Offlco of the
county of Yuma, Territory of Arizona, and the
termination shall be twenty five years thereafter.
ARTICLE 5.
The corporate power of the Corporation fehall be
vested in a Dord of seven O'.ractora who shall be
chosi n annually by the stocKiimv.u.a m w
assembled for that purpose in the City of Yuma,
Tenitorv of Arizona, cn the first day of February of
each and every year. The said Board of Directors
shall choose a 1'resident, Vice President, Secretary
and Treasurer whose term of office and duties shall
he specified by the By-La.vs. Tho said Board of
directors shall bo chosen by the stockholdies by
cumulative voting, each stockholder being permit
tod to cast as many votes as he holds shares of stock,
multiplied by the number of directors to be elected,
and shall lie permitted, to cast all of said votes for
anyone person, or to distribute said votes as he may
d sire.
ARTICLE 0.
The highest amount of indebtedness or liability
to which the Corporation is to at any time subject
itself is the sum ot Twenty-Five thousand dollars
ARTICLR 7.
Private property shall he exempt from corporate
debts.
ARTICLES. i
These articles of incorporation may he amended
at any annunl meeting of the stockholders, or at any
special mooting thereof c.V led for that purpose, by
a major! y vot.- of the stock of the corporation, and
by iiiing a certificate of said amendments, dul. cer
tified by the proper officers of tha Corporation, in
the same mat tier as provided by law fur filing the
original article.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto sot
our hands and seals thi? 23th day of Jauiary, 1000.
FRANK S. DAGGETT, Seal
H. II.MAKKHAM, ' Seal
G. l. PALTEN, ISoalJ
E. F. BROOKS, Seal
PERLY LANG DELL, SalJ
FliANK C. BOLT, Seal
CD. DAGGETT, Seal
State of California, 1
County of Lo3 Angeles. 1 "
On this 0ch dav of Januarv in the year one thou
sand Nino hundred, before me, M. E. WOOD, a
Notary Public in and for tho County of Los Angeles,
personally appeared FranV S. Daggett, II H. Mark
ham, O. D. . Fallen, K. F. Brooks, Porly Langdell,
Frank 0. Bolt and C. I). Daigcit, known to mo to be
the same persons whose names are subscribed to ths
within instniincnt, r.mj they duly acknowledged to
life that thjcAectltiid tlictuit;. , . - -
'Nlfclf W
IX WIT
1 1 h K EOFHittA ehcrcuiiU. ktt ir f
and and affixed my Official Seal at my olnce in the
County ofLo3 Angeles, the day ami year inthi,
Certificate first above written.
CSeal) M. E. WOOD.
Notary Publie in and for the County of Los Angeles,
State of California.
Kcceived for Record Feb. 1st lMO.atSO mlnutss
past 1 o'clock p m. at request of F. S. Daggst. Rec
orded in Bonk No. 2 of Bonds & Agreement. Pag8
SSCi et seq., Records of Yuma County .Arizona Terri
tory.
tSenl) V,'. E. MARVIN,
Recorder.
First publication March 7, 1900.
ARTICLES Of INCOEPOKATIOX
of the
tiOLDCKOWN MOLXG AND JTILL-
INUCOHPAIk'Y.
Kit" NOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS;
"a-That we, Charles Gilroy, S. Rcdoudo, John L
Balsz, Peter Nelso and Pablo S. Ramirez, all of
the County of Yuma. Territory of Arizona, hereby
sscciace ourselves together for the purpose of
lecoming incorporated under the provisi ns of
Chapter II, Title 2, of t'.e Revised Statutes of the
Territory of Arizona, and do hereby adopt the fol
lowing Articles of Incorporation:
ARTICLE I.
The name of this corpora.ion shall bc'THE GOLD
CKOWN MINING AND MILLING COMPANY."
ARTICLE II.
The -amcs of tho incorporators of this corporation
are Charles Gilroy. S. Redondo. John L. Rnlsz.
Peter Nelson and Pablo S. Ramirez, al of the County
of Yuma, Territory of Arizona.
ARTICLE III.
The principal place of business of this corpora
tion shall be in the City of Yuma, in the County of
uma, and Territory of Arizona.
ARTICLE IV.
ihe general nature of the business proposed to
be transacted by thij corporation is and shallbe
the b. ying, selling, leasing, owning, holding, po3
sesaimr and operation of mines, mills, mill sitps
real estate and personal propert ; the construction
aim operation of mills and smelters for milling,
smelting, refining and reduction of ores and mine
is: and the pure ase and sale and tho general
dealing of and in ores, metals and minerals: to ac
quire, own, hold, sell and deal in personal property
and merchandise, and generally to own, hold, ac
quire and deal in any property, and todo or transact
anything neccs-ary to engage in and carrv on and
transact general mining, milling, smelting and
merchandise business in connection with such min
ing and mil-lnr; business, and to hold, acquire,
own and deal in any property, and to do any act
or thing neces-ary for the carrying out an J engag
ing in any of said foicgoing lines of business.
ARTICLE V.
The amount cf capital stock authorized by said
corporation is and shall be Five Hundred Thousand
Dollars ( 500,000. CO), to be divided into t n thou
sand (10,000) shaics of the par value of Fifty Dollars
(SSO.OO) per shars, and tiie time when aud the con
ditions upon which it is to be paid are as follows:
All stock issued must bo full paid for in cash or
property upon issuance, and shall thereafter be non
assessable for any purpose whatever.
ARTICLE VI.
The time of the commencement of Uii3 corpora
tion snai tie the date of the filing of these- Articles
of Incorporation for record in the offlco of the
County Recorder of Yuma County, Arizona Terri
tory, and the termination thereof shall bo twenty-
uve (25) ye.iis thereafter, unless the same be rmcw
ed, pursuant to thoiaws of the Territory of Arizona,
before the termination thereof.
ARTICLE VII.
The affairs of this corporation are to be conducted
by a hoaid of five (5 directors, to be elected annual
ly on the first Monday in March of each year; pro
vide 1, however, that as soon as practicable after the
filing of these Articles of Incorporation, the stoclv
holders shall elect a board of directors who shall
hold oillce until the first Monday in March, laOl, or
until their successors are elected and qualified
bach stockholder of this corporation, in all elec
tions for directors and other elections, and on the
consideration of the questions at fctoc'diolderis
meetings, shall have the right to vote in person or
by proxy the number of shares owned by him, as
k'iven on the bocks of the Compan , each share of
stock being entitled to one vote.
The oflkers of the said corporation shall be a
President, and a V ce-Prtsident, wi o ibid! be d:rec
tors of corporation, a general manager ar.d a sec
retary and treasuisr, and such subordinate cificcr
and ass stunts as may be deemed necessary.
Alljoi&ccrs shall be elected by the bord of direc
tors after the annual election of said directors, and
ohall hold office at tho will and pleasure oi sid
directors.
Vacancies in the board of directors shall be filled
as may be provided in the By-Laws.
ARTICLE VIII.
The highest amount o: indebtedness or liability
tor which the Conn any shall at any time subject
"iUelf is the sum of One Hundred Thousand Dollars
VSlOO.OOO.CO).
ARTICLE IX.
The private property of the stockholders of this
corporation shall be exempt from all corporate
d:bts, aud the stockholders of this corporation are
hereby exempted from all liability for any debt of
said corporation.
ARTICLE X.
This corporation .shall nave an office for the
transaction of its business in the State of California,
at the City of Los Angeles therein, and said Board
of Directors and officers may meet and transact the
b.isiiie.-s of said corporation at (-aid city, and the
annual meeting and elections may held thereat.
ARTICLE XI,
Section I: The Board of Directors shall have the
power to make, adopl and amend By-Laws for the
government of the affairs of the corporation.
Section 2: The Board of Directors shall have the
power to borrow money, excuite corpor-.te notc3 or
bonds of the corporation, .and to secure the pay.
ment of thes-me by mortgage on the property of
the eo juration, or in any other manner designated
by said By-Laws.
Article xh.
The corporate stock of this corporation shall be
forever non assessable, and each certificate thereof
shall state upon its face the number of shares re
, reaehted thereby, and that the same is forever
uou assessable.
ARTICLE XIII.
These Articles of Interpolation may be amended
at any annual meeting of the stockholders, orat
any special meeting of the stockholders called for
that purpose, by a majority vote of the stock of the
corporation then issued, in favor of such amend
ment.
IN W1TNE3" WIIERROF.wc have hereunto set our
hands and ."cals this 10th day df February, A. D., 1000.
CHARLES GILROy, (Seal)
S. REDONDO, (Seal)
JOHN L. BALSZ, (Ssal)
PETER NELSON, (Seal)
PABLO S. RAMIREZ, (Seal)
Territory of Arizona, (
County of Vuiua. f
Bsfore me, J. L. Redendo, a Notary Public in and
for tho County of Yuma, Territory of Arizona, on
this day, personally appeared Charles Gilroy, S
P.edondo, John L. Balsz, Peter Nelson and Pablo S.
liauiirez, personally known .to me to be the persons
whose names are subscribed to t.io foregoing in
strument, and acknowledged to ra2 that they ex
etutcd the s one for the purpose and consideration
thorcln expressed.
GIVEN under my hand and seal of office, this 19th
dayof February, A. D., 180 J.
(.Seal) J. L. REDONDO,
Notaiy Public in and for the County of Yuma,
Ter.itoiy of Arizona.
My conimisoion expires tn the 11th day o! Febru
ary, UWl.
Territory of Arizona, )
County of Yuma. f
I, W. E. Marvin, County Recorder in and for said
county, do hereby certify that I have compared the
within and foregoing instrument, tni tho same
fls a full, line anrt correct copy of Articles of Incor
poration of The Gold Cio.vn Mining and Miliiii'r
-'cnpaiiy, ai tho same appears of record in Book 2
of Bonds tc Agreements page et seq. Filed Febrjiarj
11) 1300, in records of Yuma County, Arizona.
12,' witness whereof 1 have hereunto sot my hand
and at fixed my o'.ticial seal this l&th day of February, j
A. D.. VJM.
(Sea!)
-W. E. MARVIN,
tin. Sc'trtkr.
1 irettib- Feb.
AiiTiCLES OF INCORPORATION
of the
UNITED PICACHO GOLD SliNING
AXi) BULLING C03IPA5T.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES
cnts: Tlut we, Charles JI. Riise, A.Joe
Heyl, John C. Hey!, Ben C. Heyl and John
L. kimpau. all of the County of Yuma,
Territory of Arizona, hereby associate our
solves together for the purpose of becoming
incorporated under Cue provisions of Chap
ter 11, Title 12, ol the Revised Statutes of
the Territory of Arizona, and do hereby!
adopt the following Articles of Incorpora
tion :
ARTICLE 1.
The name this corporation shall be "THE
UNITED PrCACHO GOLD MINING AND
MILLING COMPANY."
ARTICLE II.
Thenime3 of the incorporator of this
corporation are Charles H. lliise, A. Joe
Hevl, John C. Heyl, Ben C. Heyl and John
L. Rimpau, allot the County oi luma,
Territory of Arizona.
ARTICLE III.
The principal place of business of this
corporation shall be in the City of Yuma,
in the County of Yuma, and Territory ol
Arizona.
ARTICLE IV.
The general nature of the business pro
posed to be transacted by this corporation
is and shall be the buying, selling, leasing
owning, holdinsr, possessing and operation
of mines, mill, mill sites, real estate and
personal property; the construction and
operation of mills and smelters for milling,
smelting, refining and reduction of ores and
minerals; and the purchase and sale and
the general dealing of and in ore3, metals
and minerals; to acquire, own, hold sell,
and deal in personal property and mer
chandise, and generally to own, hold, ac
quire and deal in any property, and to do
or tiansact anything necessary to engage in
and carry on and transact general mining,
mi hng, smelting and merchandise business
in connection with such mining and mill-
business, and to hold, acquire, own and
deal in any property, and to do any act or
thing necessary for the carrying out and
engaging in any of the said foregoing line3
of busincss.-
ARTICLE V.
The amount of capital stock authorized
by said corporation is and shall be One
Million (1,000,000.00) Dollars, to be divided
into twenty thousand (20 000) shares of the
par value of Fifty Dollars C?50.L0) per share,
and that the time when and the conditions
upon which it is to be paid are as follows:
All stock issued must be fully paid for in
cash or property upon issuance, and shall
thereafter be non-assessable for any pur
pose whatever.
ARTICLE VI .
The time of the commencenient of this
corporation shall be the date of the filling
of these. Articles of Incorporation forrecord
in the office of the Countv Recorder of
Yuma County. Arizona Territory, and the
termination thereof shall be twenty-live
t25) years, thereafter, unless the same be
renewed, pursuant to the laws of the Terri
tory of Arizona before the termination
thereof.
ARTICLE VII.
The affairs of this corporation are to be
conducted by a board of live (5) directors
to be elected annually on the, rirst Monday
in March of each year; provided, however,
that as soon as practicable after the filing
of these Articles of Incorporation, the stock
holders shall elect a board of directors who
shall hold office until the first Mondav in
Alarcli, 1101, or until their successors arc
elected and qualified.
Each stockholder .of this corporation, in
all elections for directors and other elec
tions, and. on the consideration of all ques
tions at stockholders meetings, shall have
the right to vote in person or by proxy the
number of shares owned by him, as given
on the books of the company, each share ol
stock being entitled to one vote
The officers of the said corporation shall
be a President, and a Vice-President, who
shall be directors of said corporation,
general manager and a secretary and treas
urer, and such subordinate officers and as
sistants as maybe deemed necessary.
All officers shall be elected by the board
of directors after the annual election of said
di'-ectors, and shall hold oflice at the will
and pleasure of said directors.
Vacancies in the board of directors shall
be filled as may be provided in the BjvLaws
ARTICLE VII I
The lushest amount of indebtedness or
liability for which the Company shall at
anytime subject itself is the sum of Two
Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200,000.00).
ARTICLE IX.
The private property of the stockholders
of this corporation shall be exempt from
all corporate debts, and the stockholders of
this corporation are hereby exempted from
allliability for any debt of said corporation.
ARTICLE X.
This corporation shall have an office for
the transaction of its business in the State
of California, at the City of Los Angeles
therein,' and said Board of Directors and
officers may meet and transact the business
of said corporation at said city, and the
annual meeting and elections may be held
thereat.
ARTICLE XI.
Section 1 : The Board of Directors shall
have the power to make, adopt and amend
By-Laws for the government, of the affairs
of the corporation.
Section 2: The Boaid of Directors shall
have the power to borrow monev, execute
corporate notes or bonds of the corporation,
and to secure the payment of the ameby
mortgage on the propeity of- the corpora
tion, or in any other manner designated by
said By-Laws.
ARTICLE XII.
The corporate stock of this corpsration
shall be forever non-assessable, and each
certificate thereof shall state upon its face
the number of shares represented thereby,
and that the same is forever non-assessable.
ARTIClXHI.
These Articles of Incorporation may be
amended at any annual meeting of the
stockholders, or at any special meeting of
tho stockholders called for that purpose, by
a majority vote of the stock of the corpora
tion then issued, in favor of such amend
ment. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, wo have
hereunto set our hands and seals this 17th
day of March, A. D. , 1900.
CHARLES H. RIISE,.
A. JOE HEYL,
JOHN C. HEYL,
HEN C. HEYL,
JOHN L. RIMPAU,,
(SEAL)
(seal)
(SEAL)
(SEAL)
(SEAL)
S3
Territory of Arizona,!
Comity of Yuma,
Before me, J. L. Redondo, a
Notary
J'ubKe in and for the Countv of Yuma, Tcr-
nwof Arizona, on this day, personally
njipesmtl Charts H. Kiisr, A .TocHe l,
grow paying crop3 because they're i
fresh and always the ijest. For
Ealo everywhere. Refuse substitutes, j
Stick to Ferry' Sed and prosper.
1900 Seed Annual free. "Write for It.
D. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit. Mich.
John C. Heyl, Ben C. Heyl and 3iU
Rimpau, personally known to me to be the
persons whose names are subscribed to the
foregoing instrument, and acknowledged to
me that they executed the same for the
purpose and consideration therein express
ed. Given under my hand and seal ot offlco,
this 17th day of March, A. D., 1S0O.
(seal) J. L. REDONDO,
Notary Public in and for the County of
Yuma, Territory of Arizona.
My commission expires on the 11th day
o Feb. 190!.
Territory of Arizona,)
County of Yuma, f 33
I, W. E. Marvin, County Recorder in and
for said county, do hereby certify tliat I
have compared the within and foregoing
instrument, and the same is a full, true and
correct copy of Articles of Incorporation of
The United Picacho Gold Mining and lull
ing Company," as thp same appears of rec-
o-d filed for record March 17th, 1900, in
records of Yuma County, Arizona.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed my official seal this 17
day of March, A. D., 1900.
(s;al) W. E. MARVIN,
County Recorder.
First pub. Mar. 23, 1900.
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