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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF THE Inyo Gold Company. Know nil men by these Presents that we, Hi,. iiiuhrs!iriwl. nre citizens of the limed; States of America, and do hereby associate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws or the lerniorj of Arizona, ana 10 mat cuu aaopi me iunu ing articles of incorporation, to wit: AKTICLK I. Tim nninos nf tin- ineornorntors arc: W. 8. .-i.,ivii.s .1. l. Flint. J. (3. fccannell. Geo. W. Lusher ana 0. P. Wldaman. and the name of the corporation shall be the liiyo uaio ua.niwy The principal place In which the business of sulci corporation is to oe irauNincu m nv Tvrritory of Arizona is at Yirmn, Yinna coun ty, Arizona, and tne principal piuceoi uuw noss of said corporation outside of thoTirrl mrv nf AriMMlH shall Lc the City of Los All- m.ilui I'nimtv of liis Anireles. State of Cali fornia, and at which said last named place meetings of the Board of Directors of such corporation may he neiu.ana tne corporation ti:iv h:ivc such bi-anch offices, either within or without the Territory of Arizona, as may be established by the Board or .Directors. akticli: II. ti,o ironrrjil luituro of thebdsiness proposed to be transacted by this corporation is as fol lows, to wit: To purchase- lease, bond, locate or condemn r nthii-visi iicauire. own. hold, exchange. soil, or otherwise dispose of, or pledge, nmriimi-i. li vnothi-c:ite and deal vii iKtJite. ffunchises and any and all kinds of personal property, mines, mining . .!,!, nmsnecis. nhtccrtfitnmd.ou. oil lanas. mineral lands, gas, asphaltuni. petroleum, ninftriHtv. i lectric power, water, water rignu oal and coal lands, salt and salt mines or .im,it. lmrjix deuosits and niachliuiy, and to work, mine, explore, operate and develop the same; to establish, operate and maintain salt plants, saw mills, quartz .stamp mills, concentrating and cyanide plants, hydraulic -.mi iiliiicinir works, well drilling machintry and apparatus, storage tanks, refineries for metals, minerals ana ous, ahsaying ihii, tnonH't. oner-Ate and maintain uas ami nas works, electric lighting and power plants, water power; to construct, operate and ,.i-.ni-iiii eiiiials. ditches, flumes, pipe lines, reservoirs and water tanks; to construct op- crate and maintain tramways, street rau- .-o r..U,-!iiu t':iiiii rrv:iils. stJlL'CS and stage lines; to eiwt and conduct hotels, lodg ing and boarding houses, restaurants, store houses, stores and other buildings and to do a general merchandise business; 10 own, sen, handle and control lettors patent, nam- TM.irirs urn! inventions: to buv. sell and Hy pothecate, shares of capital .stock of other corporations; to norrow money aim r.uTuw nols. bonus, mortgages, or deeds of trust as evidences of sut h Indebtedness and to secure ih mi me: to accent notes, bonas, mortgages pledges or other evidences of indebtedness from individuals, or other coriorations, and to excrciM in respect ot all sucn bonas. mon tages, notes pledges, or other evidences ot iiwii.l-.toiiiii-. sunt sinv securities and obliga- ii.m. mill nv and "all richts. powers and privileges of individual owners thereof, in . iinii:iu the richt to role any shares of stock ohclubyit to the same extent that a nat ural person might or couiti co; ana in geit-.r-.l tii ill) nil thincs necessary and requisite to the proper conduct of the business of this, corporation in the Territory of Arizona and tim stiit. of "California and elsewhere, not in- concistent with the laws of the Territory of Arizona and the laws of the uniien rtiatcs of America. AKTICLK 111- The authorized capital stock of thLs corpor .,i!rm vhMii i Klve Hundred Thousand Dol lars (S5Ui,UM.J0), divided into Fifty Million r.vniKi rimi Khan-s of the nar value of One iviit. iir-1 !if-h. Said capital stock shall be paid into this corporation either in cash or K- t.iii kuIh mid transfer to it of real or per- iiihI nmni'rtv for the uses and purposes of this corporation at such time as the Board of Directors may, by resolution, utrect, auiimi , mid nwi-nt. mill such navment. for which shares or the capital stock or this corporation may le issued, and thecapltal stock so Issued vhnii iiu'iviiiinii mid thereby become and be fully paid up and non-assessable, and In the absence or aciuai irauu in tue inuiNu-nuu the imli-iiii nt of the directors as to the value of the proiwrty purchased shall be conclusive. AKTICLK IV. The time nf the commencement of tills eor- ionttlon shall be the date of the tiling of these articles of incorporation in the office ol tne Secretary of the Territory of Arizona, ;.nri the termination thereof Mian be t weniy- ii vo vears thereafter, with the Miviligc of a renewal of the said term for an additional pe riod of twenty-tive years, should the corpora tion by proper resolution so decide. AKTICLK V. The affairs of this corporation shall be con ducted by a board of live directors ana tne followintr-iinmed persons shall constitute the ltnnrd of Directors until their successors are elected: V. S. James, residing at Los An geles. California; J. I. Flint, residing at Los Angeles, California; .1. . Scannellj residing ut Los Angeles, California; Keo. . Lasher, residing at Ixs Angeles, California, ami O. IS Wiihiinmi. residintr at Los Angeles. Cal. Thereafter the Board of Directors shall be lected from among the stockholders at the time ami In the maniur which may be pro vided by the By-Laws of this corporation. AKTICLK VI. The hltrhest amount of indebtedness or lia- liilltv. -direct or contingent, to which this cor poration is at any timeN subject shall be Three Hundred Thirty-three Thousand.'l hree ' liundivd Thirty-two Dollars ts;5Ciu - AKTICLK VII. Tlie private proiert.v of .the stockholders of this corporation siial be exempt irom corpor- ate debts of any kind whatsoever. In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 19th day of Apiii, W. S. JAMES J. O. SCAN NELL 0. P. WI DAMAN c (iKO. AW LATHER J. 1'. FLINT Ito a i iinMiF a I Tiff JskalI IS KALI 1KALJ SEAL seal 1 Health is the stem upon wtiich the flower of beauty buds and blossoms. It may lie said that a heaUhy woman is a!w:iys beautiiV,!, Tor health has a beauty all its own. The clear eye, the bright complexion, the firm step, the ringing laugh, have a charm which exceedj the charm ol mere beauty of features, when such beauty belongs to a weak, nervous, irritable woman. Health is, therefore, the most precious heritage of woman, to be kept and guarded as a priceless posses sion. When we look for the cause of failing health m women we shall generally find it in womanly diseases. Few women appreciate how intimately the general health is related "to the local womanly health, or how surely irregularity, disa greeable drains, or female weakness will undermine the strength, rob the eye of its brightness and the cheek of its color. How shall health be restored to weak and sick women ? What will bring back t imBMfl nA nrotfinps? whifth disease has marred? There are thousands of women who could answer those questions out of a happy experience. these is Mrs. Mary E. Lewis, who writes the following letter : Mrs. Maty E Lewis, of Tanner, Gilmer Co W. Va., mites ; "I will always recommend Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, 'Golden Medical Disccvsry ' and Pleasant Pelleis. for they cured me when doctors and other medicines failed. For fifteen years I suffered untold .... - r i r misery. wuen l connnenteu uMug Pierce's medicines, I had given up all hope of ever getting well. I could not lie down to sleep, and everj'thiug I ate would almost cramp me to death Was very nervous and could hardly walk across the room. I only weighed ninety pounds when I commenced taking these medicines; I now weigh one hundred and forty pounds and am having better health than ever before. My friends all say they can hardly believe that I am the same person; after being sick so long. I have changed to be robust and rosy-cheeked. I have taken fifteen bottles of 'Prescription,' fifteen of the ' Discovery ' and fifteen of the Pellets.' I take great pleasure in recoci mending your medicines to the sick for I know that if it had not been for them I would not have been living to-day. I am I very thankful to God. who put the great Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes wqak women .strong and sick women well. How amply that claim is supported by letters like the above! and how much more that sentence ox- , presses than is to be found in the bare statement of the fact. Mrs. Lewis' cure could all be summed up in the ' statement that she was weak and was made strong, was sick and was made well, by the use of " Favorite Prescrip tion." But the statement would be far less impressive than when she tells of fifteen long years of helpless suffering, doctors and medicines failing to relieve her, all hope of getting well gone, not able to lie down to sleep, scarcely able to walk across the room, her nervous system shattered, and her body wasted until she weighed but ninety pounds. Then she is led to try Dr. Pierce's medicines, gains fifty pounds in weight, has better health than ever before in her life, becomes robust and rosy-cheek ed, and is a wonder both to herself and her friends. "It is with pleasure that I recommend Dr. Pierce s medicines," writes Mrs Nora II Tipton of Cropper (Cropper Station), Shelby Co.. Ky "You remember my cass was one ol female weakness and weak lungs I had no appetite and would often spit blood wis confined to my bed almost half of the time, and could "hardly stand on my leel at. times for tne pams through my whole body and system My husband had to pay many larg-i doctor lulls lot me, but since I have taken four' bottles of Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription four of GjMen Medical Discovery ' and three vials of 'Pleasant Pellets i haven t paid any more doctot bills I has been seven months since I stopped using Dr Pierce's medicines and I have been enjoying good health ever since. lean never praise these medicines too highly for I have received so much benefit. I pray that many who suffer as T did will take Dr Pierce's medicines. I am sure they will never fail to cure when given a fair trial Everybody tells me I loo!: better than they ever saw me. I am sure 1 feel better than I ever did befoie.' Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription establishes regularit-, dries disagreeable drains, heals inflammation and ulceration, and cures female weakness. It pro motes the appetite, cures nervousness, sleeplessness, backache, headache, and other ills which are caused by womanly diseases. Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free All correspond ence is treated as strict! v private and sacredly confidential. Address Dr R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. , Accept no substitute for "Favorite Prescription.", The only motive foi substitution is to enable the dealer to make the little more profit paid 'on the sale of less meritorious articles. T'VJ g one of vmwm BF ji I ' ' I NOTICE. In the Probate .Court of the County of Yuma, Territory of Arizona. In the Matter of the ) . Estate of V Mrs. S. S. Knight, Deceased. ) Notice is hereby given that Saturday, the 17th day of May, 1902, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said Rtatk ok Cai.ii oknia, fount v of Aniroles. ) On this 19th day of April. In the year A. I). VAIL befoio 'lie, .1. Wiseman Maeuonalu, a Notary Publie in and for the State and coun- tv itforesiud. rosldinsr tiierein, uuiy commis sioned and sworn, personally appeared W. S. James. J. P. Flint. O. 1 Widainan, .1. O. SrauiiifU oud Oeo. W. 1-asher. known tome rta be the persons described in, wliose names lire subscribed to, and wuo exccuuni tnean nexetl instrument, and thej acknowledged to me that they executed tne same lor tne pur poses and considerations therein expressed. In witness whereof, 1 have hereunto set my hand and anixed my oniclitl seal, at my ollice in the said State and county, the day and vear last above written. .1. W1SKMAN MACDCXALl). (skai.) Notary Public. Jlv comiiilsslon expires May 21, l'.KU. Recorded at request of J. V. DorrinKton, at 2:1.) p. m.. April 'it. A. 1). 1902. ( P. CKON1N, County Itecorder. TKitiUTOnr ok Arizona, s Countyfof Yuma. 1 I. C. P. Cronin. County Itecorder in and for the Count of Yuma. Territory of Arizona. do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true, full and correct copy or tne Articles or incor poration of the "INYO GOLD COMPANY" as Hied for record tins day, and as appears oi record In nook .5 ' of ISondand Agreements, page et seq., records of Yuma county, aforesaid. In witness whereof. 1 have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal, this 21th lav or April, A. I). liVi (skaiA C. P. CKONIN, County Recorder, Yuma County, Arizona Territory First publication April r.0, 1902. mi- t-i..i-i:j.: dav. at the court room of said iNOTice Tur ruunuduuii co-ii: in the town of Yuma Homestead Entry ISo. 8601. County of Yuma, Territory of Arizona, have been appointed as the time and place for proving the will of said Mrs. S. S. Knight, deceased, and for hearing the application of -Althee Modesti for letters testamentary thereon. Dated this. 29th day of April, 190'2. A. Fkank, Seal Probate Judge and ex-officio Clerk of Probate Court, Yuma County, Ariz. First pub. April 80, 1902. U 'Beauty Book." ft b&atsfy pacts Ir. AssWf7 thn a fcoaA ' which teaches hovt to tlvs a frztzlShy Br. Pierce's Co:ttmcn Sense F.tstfesi Aa fa a veritable vtscr contains 1003 large pages fuJf ot nciptun aavtcc ana inrormaton on preservation ot health. The "Adviser" ts sent FR on receipt ot stamas pay expense of malting ONLY, Send 31 one-cent stamps fcr ibs c!aXhbzum volume, or only 21 stamps fcr tne ooo in papsj-coysr Address: frt- it V. ftFKGE, Buffalo, H. f ifticles of Incorporation OF THE ACTON OIL REFINING COMPANY. Know- All Men Iiy These Presents : That wo, the undersigned, residents of the county ot Los Angeles, California, have associated ourselves together for the purpose of forming a cor poration under the laws of the Territory of Ari zona, and we do hereby certify: , ARTICLE I. That the name of the corporation shall be. the Acton Oil Relining Company. ARTICLE II. The names of the incorporators are Joseph H. Parker. J.M. Hcrndon, A-N Van Nest, Ira L. Houser and M, F. Parker, all of the county of Los Angeles, state of California. ARTICLE III. That the principal place of business of this corporation shall be in the city of Yuma, in the county of Yuma and territory of Arizona. ARTICLE IV. That the general nature of the business as proposed to be transacted by this corporation is and shall be: To establish, build, erect, oper ate and maintain oil reflnertes, to acquire by purchase, lease, or otherwise, to hold, own, im prove, develop, possess and enjoy, and to sell. lease, or otherwise dispose of, any and all kinds of every nature and character of oil rcllning plants, oil lands, claims and estates, and mar ket the products thereof : to establish, operate and maintain storage tanks, oil wells, well drilling machinery, oil smelters, pipe-dipping plants, assaying plants, laboratories, soap works, chemical plants, chemical works and machine shops; to own, mortgage, buy and lease real estate and personal properties: to acquire by purchase, lease, or otherwise, petro leum-bearing lands, to develop and market the products and bi-products thereof: to construct. build, operate, and maintain canals, ditches. flumes, pipe-lines, telegraph and telephone lines, railroads, tramways, reservoirs and water works; to acquire by purchase or otherwise franchises for ame, and to sell, lease or other wise dispose of same; to buy and sell crude oil: to own. build and operate a regular crude oil rellneryr to do any act or thing necessary for the carrying out and engaging in any of said foregoing lines of business; to build, construct, own. lease or mortgage railroads, wagon roads pipe-lines from the .works or property of this to any railroad, river or highway; to buy, own sell and hypothecate the stock of other corpo rations. ARTICLE V.. That the amount of the capital stock of this corporation shall be one hundred and flfty thousand dollars ($lf.o,ow.oo) anu tne same snau te divided into one hundred and titty thousand (150.000) shares of the par value of one dollar fjf t.00) each. Such stock shall be forever non assessable. HeOBPOBATION of the Pacific Registry Company. ARTICLES Of INCORPORATION ARTICLES OF OK THE Mssquite Geld and Copper Mining Company Know All Men by These Presents: That ive t.lio imi1irs:lcm.il lwrrt,v ncqnr!itn -,i,r seives logetner ior tne purpose or tonning a Undersicned residents of the Citv of Los An- corporation under the laws of the territory of geles, County of Los Angeles, State of Califor- Avlvnno mill illi lnmliv lllllL-o citrr, .1,1, 1 I mil. I1UVC UllS UUV UaSUtlUlCUUmstlira WJU'CIUIT knowledge the following articles of incorpor- ffinder ttelaws "oi the TerVnorof Arizona, and to tnat enu no ccrtny tne toiiow- ing: I. ation ARTICLE I. The name of the incorporation so formed is the Mesqulte Gold and Copper Mining Com pany, and the names of the incorporators are That the name of said corporation shall be the Paciile Reiristrv Conmanv and its principal place of business shall be the City of Yuma, Cnntlh. (if Vnran rTnr-i t nt ici'nmi T. TT11 17 D. A. Moore, E. B. Moore, Thomas AVood, E. also maintain suc-h branch offices, either within L. Wood, M. H. Richards and T. V. T. Rich- or without said Territory of Arizona, as it irds. The principal place of business is and f.0.1 directors may at any tune designate. shall be Yuma, in the county of Yuma, terri- Board of Directors and stockholders may be too of Arizona. The corporation may also neiu anu any or all or its corporate business have branch offlces at Los Angeles, Califor- mav Dt ' 'rosacea. nia. and in New York Citv. and in such other H- i i. 1 1 - 1 m,.,in.J That the purpose for which this cornoratloa mine, where meetings of the stockholders ncss is to engage in a general insurance broker- aid the board of directors maybe held' and age business; to negotiate for, buy, sell,. thnlmsinnftliPPnrnnrntlnn enrrled on In uuul u "r uiucrms.0 wimue policies 01 msur- accordance with the laws of the same effect as if held, done and performed carry on the general business of an insurance at nana, Arizona. nuire. out of itssurnlus nrolits. shares nf tiv ATfTTPT v tt- I uaPttaI stocK ol tnis corporation; to acquire. axv iavo 11. Qwn nancjie Du sell or othfirwise control real ,.., i Tim no n-nnnr-it nntnrn nf the and personal property of all and every charac- business to be transacted by said corporation corp0rotlon: t0 nnT anaail things necessary is to acquire and hold by purchase, lease or I or incidental to the proper conduct of such gen- otherwise, or to sell, copper, gold", silver and oral insurance brokerage business, in saidTer- leau mines, claims or nuiieiai iuiius ui i""- ent with the laws of the United States or of peetsand any other kind or character of said Territory of Arizona. mines, claims or lands of whatsoever charac ter, and any land supposed to contain any mineral of any kind-or character, and to ac quire by purchase mill sites and smelter sites and any other land desired by sai tl corpora tion for building or storage purposes or road- III. That the capital stock of this corporation shall be 510,000, divided into 10.C00 shares of the par value of One Dollar each. That the said authorized capital stock shall be divided into two classes, to wit: Preferred Capital Stock and Common Capital Stock, that i tn hivvt tVior vbnil Ho -H10 of mitlinrlvfl Tr. ways. To acquire by purciiase or construe- ferred Capital Stock and $8000 of Common Cap tion or otherwise, and the right to operate ital Stock. m,K. ,!,. .iri,i t..ii That said Preferred Capital Stock shall be wagon roads, railrcads. telephone and tek- prererred, not only in the payment ot dividend graph line? and electric lines or any other as hereinafter provided, but alo inthedistri- m,...n:nnr-in:nnri!itinn or roiiiiimnicallon: butien of the property of said corporation . . ,i ... n i.,.i, )n,ivi,i,.n which hall remain after the payment of all its- to produce, use and sell electricity, todeelop debts upon its dissolution or upon the expira- water, oil petroleum, gas and asphaltum, to tion of its term of existence. The said Prc- buv and sell water, oil petroleum, ferrcd Capital Stock shall be entitled to be paid, , ,.,:,. ,,5... i;t. from and out of the surplus protits of said cor- gas and asphaltum, to build pipe lines, poration. an annuai. semi-annual or quarwrly water ways and Humes and to 051- dividend, not exceeding 10?J per uanum upon, erate water powers. To construct and the par value of the said Preferred Stock, prior , . ,. , ,.; to any payment of dividends upon the said Com- operate mining machinery and oil rennenes mon Capital Stock, and if in imy year the sur- on mines or elsewhere. To construct and op- plus protits of the said corporation are Insuftl- erate mills and other machinery for extract- cicnt to pay such dividend, tHe swne shall be A , . , . cumulative and before anv dividend is. declared ting metal from ore. Jo erect and construe orpaidupon the said Common Capital Stock and operate cyanide plants, to construct and for any time, year or years, the said Preferred on,nt emnitm cmoiMni' -inri retinlm' nlauts Capital Stock shall receive hs annual, semi-an- erect smelters, snaitlnj, and rt nnm plants nu, or quarterly tUvillend. for ali such year or and to operate the same; to build warehouses vcars before the payment ot any dividend or and other houses and to control them and dividends upon said Common Capital Stock; iL use them .Toextractanyandall k ndsof min- ,"5 erals or metals; to purchase or sell all kinds any surpms profits are divided amongst th of ores, minerals or metals; to extract miner- holders of the Common Capital Stock; and at , , .,, ,..,,, ,,.,rtio.,nd fhev to nnv the dissolution ot said corporation or on the ex- als or metals for oilier parties and. tin y to pay IratIon of Us sai(1 term of c, tne hold- for the same by the ton or otherwise, as may ers of tne said Preferred Capital Stock shall rc be agreed upon; to borrow or loan money, ceive the par value theieof from the property of ,,(.,.mnc i.rw!C r- iii.r the corporation, together with any dividend or give or receive mortgages bonds o. othtr ftivilen that are ?hen unpaia, the hold legal securities; to buy ahd sell stock of other crs ot the Common Capital Stock shall receive ARTICLE VI. I'he time of the commencement of this corpo ration shall be the date of the tiling of these articles of incorporation for record in the office of the county recorder of Yuma county, terri tory of Arizona, and the termination thereof shall he twenty-live (Ai) years thereafter, unless the same be renewed pursuant to the laws of the territory of Arizona before the termination thereof. ARTICLE VII. The board cf directors shall have the power to make, adopt and amend by-laws for the gov ernment of all the affairs of the corporation herein. ARTICLE VIII. That the affairs of said corporation shall be conducted by a board of five directors, who shall be stockholders in the company, and shall be elected at the annual meeting to be held on the flrst Monday in May of each year, after January 1st. 1G0:1; provided, however, that with in thirty days after the filing of these articles of incorporation the stockholders shall elect a board of directors, who shall hold office until the llrst Monday in May. IPO:!, or until their successors are elected and qualified. ARTICLE IX. The highest amount of indebtedness to which the corporation shall at any time subject itself I shall not exceed the sum of fifty thousand dol lars ($50,000). ARTICLE X. That the time when, and the conditions on which, the capital stock shall be sold are at such periods as shall be hereinafter fixed by the board of directors, and stock may be issued for property, services and cash. ARTICLE XI. This corporation shall have an office for the transaction of its business in the state of Cali fornia, at the city and county of Los Angeles therein, and said board of directors and officers may meet and transact business of said corpo ration at said city and county, and the annual meeting and election may be held thereat. ARTICLE XII. These articles of incorporation may be altered and .amended by a two-thirds vote of all stock holders of this corporation at any regular meet ing of said stockholders, or any special meeting expressly called for that purpose, and the same shall be filed with the county recorder of said Yuma county, territory of Arizona, and printed as required by law, Dated corporations, and generally to do and per form any and all business which individuals or imturul persons may lawfully associate themselves together to perform. III. any sum or sums Irom the property of said cor poration. 'lhe amount of sweh dividends to be paid upon said Preferred Stock and the time or times of of such payment, shall be determined by the. directors of this corporation prior to the issu ance thereof or parts thereof and shall be set forth in the certifieates ronresentinir the same Third The authorized amount of capital and the rate sncciflcd in the said certificate or stock of this corporation Lhall be one million certificates, not exceeding U annually or -V . , ' ' .., quarterly, shall have the same force and effect dollars wi,;w,wu; immwi mm .- ........... as tnoUKii ,t wcre named herein. shares of the par value or one dollar (S1.00 The said Preferred Capital Stock- shali not i-.,r h.im f vi'ch time -is the board ofdi- participate in the profits of the said corpora rer share. At sutli time as tin. noaru 01 1 fioll D(.ond thc amount of thc said dividends rectors may by resolution direct said capital tQ hc (eternjmcd as herein set forth. stock shall be paid into the corporation cmicr This corporation shall nave tne power to pur- i.wnr Kvti,n ci,',. -ind trmsrer to it of! chase the said Preferred Capital Stock, from in cash or by the s-a.e and tmnsicr 10 11 o Qwner or ownc or holdcr or i,0ldcr real or personal property lor tne usis a.ui thereof .at anv time after the expiration of two purpose ot said corporation, in payment for vears from the issuance of the said Preferred -hieh shares of the capital stock of said cor- CapiUd Stock at such -ti and In such ' , . . . I amouuts us me t-am cuqiuruuuu t,v,v.v, .poration may be Issued, and thecapltal siock upon the payment by the said corporation to so issued shall thereupon and uiercoy ue- sucn owners or noiucrs 01 me .am rrcinicu 11 r..n.- ni,t n,wi nr.ii -ivjcpqvsnhle Capital Stock, thc par value of the same to come and be fully paid upandnon-assessabie. pcihrr wUh wliatcr dividend or dividend T may remain nnraid thereon at thc time of such 1 purchase, provided however, that notice of such . Fourth. The time of the commencement of mention to purchase shall be given, to such this con oration shall be the date ofihe filing owners or holders of said Preferred Stock, at iii.s coriui.il. ' , iih,.nfTSee least sixty days in advance of thc time of such of these articles of Incorporation in the office p,!ruhascbv ritten notice addressed to ench or the Secretary of Arizona, and the ternuna- such owner and mailed to his last known posi tion shall be tift v years thereafter. office address as it appears upon the books of this corporation. V All subscribers for or owners of such Tre , , , - ri iirvT, i,nii rerrcd Capital Stock shall, by taking and hold Fifth. The Imsuiess of the corporation shall inc 53. D)J heid to agree to thc several pro be managed and conducted by a hoard ofdi- visions herein contained respecting the issu rcctors, not less than three nor more than ance of such Preferred Stock and their righU iiuRtiiutiv . vnwi and privileges pertaining thereto, and to the seven, as shall be determined by tne saiu . . . of sad COmoration to pur- hoard of directors, who shall have full an- chase such Preferred Stock upon the terms and thorlty to conduct the businessofsaid corpo- S&S ration to divide pro rata among thc stotx- ferred or common, shall be forever non-asses-holders all the moneys and profits of. the cor- aDic, and each certificate issued shall stat noration. and after the pavment of all debts upon its face the number thereof and the fact por.uion, .um " - that it is forever non-asscssablc-to divide pro rata all the assets, real and per sonal property or the proceeds of the sale . . r, .- ,, -ii,....,r fU.,i,i pnrnnr-ition i-i like-manner. The existence of this corporation shall 09 thereof, of said corporation l.iiiKc. manner. decmed to commcnt.e at the date upon wich Vt its Articles of Incorporation are filed with thff ' . , , . , ,-. County Recorder of thc County of Yuma, Ter- ThQ highest amount 01 uiucuu-iiihw 0f Arizona, and thc duly certified copr bility, direct or indirect, or contingent m uieu witn tne secretary 01 sm lemiuij. which this coi poration shall subject Jlcir, shall be fifty thousand dollars ($50,0C0). pursuant to thc laws of said Territory. t'l r Department of the Interior. Land office at Tucson. Arizona. April 17. lOllJ. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make commutation final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will h-i made "before the Cleric of the District Court at Yuma, Arizona, on Saturday. May 31. UMK, viz: Duncan L. D Vane, of Yuma. Arizona, for the E."i N. W..4 unl S. W.H N. V.'-t. Sec. 31, T. 8. S. K. ! W.. G. and S. It. 3. aad M. He names the following witnes.,e to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of ssid land, viz: Geo. S. Marable. Cyrus C. Dyer. Donald Mc Intyre and Sidney IJ. Reese, all of Yuma, Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE. Register. , First publication April 2S. IW2. visit DR. JORDAN'S gbeat V 1051 MAHKET ST., SflN FRANCISCO, CAL Y I'Uotwcca Slstli aui IVvcuili.J Thl:irgost Anatomical ilusenni i In tlio Wor.d. & Grrairxt attraction in the City. A wonderful sliihljur visitors. Q WrabneiiieH, or tny contract- 1 ed dlsenBe.nIIIveI. caua-fIliv 8 the oldest Specialist 011 the fucifiu Coast. JislabllslieUbyeuri. DR. JORDAN PRIVATE DISEASES Yoiincr men atlfl uiCdcUo njeil men who are rulUTlii); from the tflVcfc) of routbftil lndi.i- crettuiis or exefsses In maturer renrs. Nervous and physical Ilvbijlt y, im iiiilene v . .oxt Klunliucid in nit Itscijinpll- Ciitlons; Npcrnialorrtiea, Prnnlalor s-ljca. ;c;iofrl:?:i.. liit-ci. jd-rnuriu-.i of lrliuiiintr, olc. Ity :i coii'.biiinrioii ot rtiiiedli'H, of greut eur.itl v. po er, the Uwtur ' liassoarruntfd Iii-i tri-.ttmoi't lluit It will not A o:ilv aiford immi'diute ivlii-f. but perraitnent y cure. The loctor iioes nut c.ami topi'iii rm nilnicleH. but Is well Known to Du a lair and V pqtnire l'liy.s!ctun mid Siiiceon, ri!-emhieni 1 In hlsippclalty Dl.ifaic of Jit-it. f? KYfSJIl.IS lliornughly cmrtlcatca irom tlw syhtutu without lhi use of Jlorour.v. U Ti-iim fitted by nn 'Expert. Kacllcni cure for Rttilm-o. A quick ntul mtlical 2 cure for 12 ten. FiMiro nu.l Fi'lolas, by r Dr. Jordan's special painless metnons. a r.VEISY 3IA.V anplylng tons will recelvo out hrmext opinion t IiiscoinpIniMt. A life will Guarantee a I'OSJTl Vj CuRS in evrri case we uiulrrtiike. . . A Coiisu.l-itloti KIIKK nnd st'lctlr private fV CirARGKS VERY REASOXAU.K Treatmivit personally or by letter. f Write f..r Hook. II?II.SOSnY OT ni.ntrti.tw::. rAI.K fuee. ia valuable book for men.) Call or write D3. JORDAN & CO.. 1051 Market St.. S. F. MORE LIVES ARE SAVED ...BY USING... Dr. King's New Discovery, The Most Common Ailment. j More people sutler from rheumatism than from any other ailment. This is wholly un necessary, too, fur u cucc may be ollVeted at a very small cost. . V. Woscolt, of Meadow dale. N. Y.. says: "I have lecii afflicted with rheumatism for some time and it has caused me much suffering. I concluded to try Chamberlain's Pain Halm and am pleased to say that It has cured me." For sale at Cotter's Cough. NO CURE. NO PAY, drugstore. Vrifia Rflr & fcV Trial "Enf.rle 769. WiMW WW vyv imt mvm m- - -- - Desert, Land, Final Proof, tice for Publication. -No- Ukiteu Status Land Okkick. . Tucson. Arizona, April C3. 1C02. I Notice is hereby given that Ann E. Siniib. of Yuma, Arizona, has liled notice of intention to make proof on her desert-land claim No. ;?o2. for the N. W. H N. W. '4 Sec. :. T S b.. K. COMB TO THE SENTIKEL OFI'ICE : lor Job '.VorlL Sati-jfactiou assured. i -..FOR. Consumption, Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined. This wonderful medicine positively " .... nr. fmtrrUc- f-vtrl- cure-, uunauM wMB..-f w, R, 1 f u cltjrkof Bronchitis, Asthma, Pneumonia, Hay t-fst 'o-iVt kt Yuma. Arizona, on Satur- Fever,Pleurisy, LaGnppe, Hoarseness, dav. the 7th dav of June. U'ce. O -Tl "..- .rl WUnnntrirr Sim niimi's till! following witnesses tOPTOVC land: . . L., Andrew- V. White. Ous Livinpston. Sherman .V Litt'.ellnhl :ir.d Sanford M. Thurmun. all of Yuma. Arizona. MILTON 12. MOOUs. KegisV-'r. Ffftl publication April IMS. Subscribe for the Sentinel. NOTICE. In the Probate Court of the County of Yuma, Territory of Arizona. In the Matter of the Estate of V Martin Pettitt, Deceased. ) Notice of Hearing Petition f or Order of Sale of Keal Estate. ' John W. Dorrington, the ad ministrator of the estate of Mar tin Pettitt, having filed his peti tion herein, duly verified, pray ing for an order of sale of all the real estate of lhe said de ceased, for the purposes therein set forth, it is therefore ordered by the Probate Court of Yuma county, in the Territory of Ari zona, that' all persons interested in the estate "of said deceased appear before said Probate Court on Saturday; thc 24th day of May, A. D. 1902, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at the court room of said court, in the town of Yuma in the said county of Yuma, to show cause .why an order of sale should not be granted to the said administrator to sell of the real estate belonging to the said de ceased, at private sale; and that a copy of this order be published at least four successive weeks in the Arizona Sentinel, a weekly newspaper printed and published in the town of Yuma and county of Yuma. Dated April 29, 1902. A. Fkank,. Clerk of the Probate Court. First pub. April oO, 1902. ' 14 SisnedJ Joseph H, Pakkek, signed J. M. Hkkndon. Sifrnedl A. N. Van Nbst. Simed Ika L. Kousr.u, Signcdl M. F.Pakkku. rScall Seal lSeal Seal Seal STATU OF CALIFORNIA. I Count v ok Los anrei.es. i ss. On this 16th day of April. A. D. IPO:.', before me, J . M. Herndon. a Notary Puhlic in and for thc County of Los Angeles, California, personally appeared Joseph II. Parker. Ira L. Houser, A. N. Van Nest and M. F. Parker, to me known personally to be the persons who ex ecuted the foregoing instrument, and they sev erally acknowledged to mc that they executed thc same for the purpose and consideration therein expressed. Witness mv hand and official seal the day and year first above written. My commission ex pires October 29, 1905. " Signed, J. M. Hesindon, Seal. T Notary Public in and for the County of Los Angeles, State of California STATE OF CALIFORNIA. I qs CouN-rv or Los Angei.es. On this lGth day of April. A. D. 1002. before me. Ira L. Houer, a Notary Public in and for said County of Los Angeles. State of Cali fornia, personally appeared J. M. Herndon known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument, and ac knowledged that he executed the same. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal thc day and year in this certificate flrst above written. Signed 1 Ika L. Horaiiit, Scal-1 Notary Public in and for the County of Los Angeles. State of California. Filed for record at the request of J. W. Dor rington. April ll. 1002, at 10: l. o'clock a. m. C. P- CKONIN. County Kccordcr B. K. Hayden, Deputy. Territory of Arizona, ) County of Yuma, f" ' I. C. P. Cronin, county recorder in and for the county of Yuma, territory of Arizona, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true, full and cor rect copy of the articles of incorporation ot the Acton Oil Itellning Company, as tiled for record this dav. and which appears of record in Book S of Honds and Agreements, l,-lKG ct seq.. records of Yuma county, Ari zona. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affix! my oftlcial seal, this 10th day of April, A. D- IWW. C. P. CKONIN, Seal County Kccordcr. Yuma County. A. T Lii.i.ian E. CitoMN, Deputy. Fint publication April I'.'O:;. VII. corporation shall be con ana inr Board of Sevonth-The officers of this corporation df slmll In- a President, a ice-I resident, a hec- rniinwinp-nnmprt shall constitute said tin- mid h Treasurer, who shall be elected Directors until their successors may. Dcnmy tarj anu i , h ccctcd: EugcnaP. Walton. Oeorgt A. Corbin nnuallv by the hoard of directors, .it muu ti,t Ti,oQftnr cnW Hoard times as may bo designated by the by-laws of 'of uircV-tors shall be elected from ampng thi this corporation: that until thc first annual said stockholders as thp By-Laws of this,.cor- election of officers and directors ami mini j ,.r 1 heir successors arc duly elected aud qualified, ' . . ti , 1S iiiursmiiuniia c vv-im nrosnb- Thc greatest amount of indebtedness or lia the following-named persons, u lio arc sub- tithf,r flirf,,.t or contingent, to which this scribers to the capital stock of this company, corporation shall at any time subject itself I shall constitute the officers and directors of UsW- this company, to-wit: D. A. Moore, Director . . ,,nMfirs rf 'u POrnoration Rad and President; Thomas ood, Director n thoir private property sha.1 be forever exempt Vice-President: T. W. T. Richards, Director irom all corporate debts and liabilities. - and Secretary: VIII. ...r For thc purpose of electing directors, and J 1 1- that only, what is known as the cumulative sy- Eighth -The stockholders of this corpora- tcm of voting isihercby adopted, tion and their private property shall be ex- In wjtness whereof, we havo hereunto set our ,mpt from liability for the corporation debts hands and gc f this corporation and thecapltal stock shall w p jjeyNOLDS sai. of be'forcver non-assessable-. In witness whereof, we hav- hcrt untoset our hands and seals this eleventh day of No vember, A. D. 1901. D-A. Moore, Seal E. B. JIdoke, Seali " Thomas Wood, Seal K. L. Wood,. Seal M. II. RiCHAims, Seal T. W. T, Rich ares, Seal STATE OF CALIFORNIA, ) County of liOs asoei.es.) On this eleventh day of November, in STATE OF CALIFORNIA, J County or Los Angeles. ' On this 31st day of March, in thc year on thousand nine hundred and two. before in. Omar H. Hubbard, a Notary Public in and for the State and County aforesaid, residing there in, duly commissioned and sworn, peraonally appearcd Eugene P. Walton and A . P Rey nolds, known to mc to be the persons described in. whose names arc subscribed to ana wbc executed the annexed instrument, and they acknowledged to mc that they executed tho same for the purposes and considcration-thero-in expressed. , . Tn vrttnpK whpreof I have hereunto et my the hand and affixed my official seal, at my office ia the saia i ovuty ana auc. mwuu uva .v.t. year A. D. 1001, before me, i.ano iieur, u ""- above written i u l rll,,, 5f ntiit f'otllltv I Iuvai.1 nnlH dVnVth Lo3 An. OMAK II. HTJBBAKD. tnd sworn, personally appeared J. A. Moore, K.B. Moor Thomas Wood, E.L Wood, M. II. Rii-hards and T. W.T. Richards, known to mc to bo the persons described in, and whose name are subscribed to, and who exe cuted the annexed instrument , and they ac knowledged to me that they executed thc same for tile purposes and the consideration tiierein expressed. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal at my office In said state and county, the day and year last above written. (j a HKimv Notary Public in nnd-forsaid Los Angeles County, State of California. My conmiKsion expires March , "Oth, lrO". Recorded tit request of J. W. Dorrington. at 15 minutes after 1 o'clock p.m.. Aprfl 16, lOOi ' C. P. CKONIN. County Kccordcr. TERRITORY OF ARIZONA, f County oy Yuma. f" I, C. 1. Cronin, County Recorder in and for the County of Yuma. Territory of Arizona, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true, fidl and correct copy of the Articles of Incorpora tion of the Mesqulte Gold and Copper Mining Company, as lllcd for record April 16. 15(U. and which appears of record in Book 3 or Bonds and Agreements, page , ct seq., records of Yuma County, aforesaid. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of offlec, this 19th day of April, A. D., 1903, C- P. CucNrN. Seal County Recorder, Yuma County, Arizona. By.LiM.iAN E. OtuMN. Drputv. first publication April a, ISU-. State of California. My commission expires June 15. It03 Kicordd at request of Pioneer Investment & Trust Company at 9 o'clock a. m.. April 3. A D. If a. C. P- CRONIN. Connty Recorder. Territory of Arizona. County of Yuma, f ' " I. C- P. Cronin. County Recorder in and fcr the County of Yuma. Territory of Arizona, do hereb.r certify that the foregoing is a full. tru and correct copy of the articles of incorporation of thc Pacific Registry Company, as It appears or record in book "3" of Bonds and Agreements, page et seq records of Yuma county, afore said. In witness whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and seal of office, this 25th day of April. a. d. nm. (Seal.) C. P. CRONIN. County Kccordcr. Yuma County, Arizona Tern tory. Fileland reconled in the office- or rhc secre tary of th territory of Arizona, this 7th day of April, A. D, lWi at . . . ISAAC T. STODDARD. Secretary ot Arizcun- Firxt publication April SO, 1002. Desert Land, Final Proof No tice lor Publication. United States Land Omen. Tucon. Arizona. April . 1WK. Notice is hereby given that Clark T. Havens, of Yuma. Arizona, has tiled notice of intention to make proof on his desert-land claim No. -jmi for the E-4 N. E.h Sec. 2. and W i N. W.4 and S. W.'i Sec. 1, T. 10. S.. R. 24 W.. Gv and R. B. and M.. before thc clerk of thc distrk t court at Yuma. Arizona, on Saturday, the I t h day ot June. 1902. He names thc following witnesses to prrv the complete irrigation and reclamation of said Oscar P. Bondesson. Edward L. C r:"-. t Orlando P. Card, of Somcrton. Anw Thomas Lowe, of Yuma. Arizona. MILTON K. MOORE. K-- rirst publication April 23 IW2.