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3 r soar ssgs?Ss Cures & J3 ram the' Fl Wffls 0. teiylM&sfl&'-u 3; jzjiA; o n O iTN. Si 1SS. Articles of Incorporation of the California Metals Company.' Know all men by these present1, that wc, whose hands are hereunto affix? d, do hereby associate ourselves together for the purixjsc or forming a corporation under the laws of the Teriltory of Ailzonn, and to that end make the following: statement First The names of the incorporators arc CO. Compton, XI. G Stone, T. A. McCul loush, James Kerr and G. A. Middlecotr. and the name of the corporation shall bo the California Metals Company. The principal place, in which the business of said corporation within the Territory of Arizona, is to be transacted is Chloride, Mo Jave County, Arizona, and the principal place of business outside of the Territory of Arizona shali be the City of Los Anselcs. California, at which meetings of stockholders and the Board of Directors may be held. Second The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by this corporation Is as follows, to-wit: To buy and sell or lease mines or mining claims, develop the same, build smelters, stamp milis and reduction works: to make contracts, to purchase, lease, bond, locate or otherwise acquire, own, ex change, sell or otherwise dispose of, pledge, mortgage, hypothecate and deal in any kind of real and personal property, including bonds and shares of the capital stock or its own and other corporations, mines, mining claims, oil lands, coal lands, mineral land, oil, gas, coal, shale, asphstltam, petroleutfi, nsbestos; salt, water and water rights ami machinery. to work, mine, explore, op crate and develop the wrae; to borrow money and execute notes, bonds, mortgages or deeds of trust to secure the same and to ex ercise in respect thereof and of atl shares of capital stock and otliersecurities and obliga tions, and all rights, powers and privileges of individual owners, ami in general to do all things necessary to the proper conduct of this business. Third The authorized amount of capital k lock or this corporation shall be One Hun dred and Firty Thousand Dollars (SloO.OOQ.OO) , divided into One Hundred and Fifty Thous and UoO.000) shares or the par value or one dollar (S1.00) each. At such times and under snchlircctionastheboardof directors may hy resolution direct, said capital stock shall issue and the same may bo paid for either in cashoi Dy the sale and transfer to it of real or personal property for the use and purposes of said corporation, and the capital stock so Issued shall thereupon become and be fully paid up audnon-assessable, and, in the ab sence of actual rraud In the transaction, the judgment cr the directors as to the value of. the property purchased shall ba conclusi e. Fourth The time of the commencement of this corporation shall be the date or the fding or a certified copy or these articles or incorp oration in the office or the Territorial Audit or, and the termination thereor shall be Twenty-nve Years thereafter. FifthThe affairs of the corporation shall be conducted by a Board -""f not less than" Three or more than Five directors, and the following named shall constitute the Board of Directors until their successors are elected: G. G. Compton, M. G. Stone, T. A. McCul loagh, James Kerr and G. A. Middlecoff. The Board of Directors shall have the right to Increase their number or-fill any vacaney at any regular meeting of said Board of Di rectors. Thereafter the" Board of Directors shall be elected from among the stockholders on the fifteenth day or September or each year. The officers or said corporation until their successor.-- ;re elected shall be M. G. Stone, President; C. G. Compton, Vice Presi dent and Secretary, and James Kerr, Treas urer. Sixth The highest amount or Indeby;dncss or liability, direct cr contingent, to which the -corporation is at any time subject, shall be Five Thousand Dollars (5,000.00). Seventh The private property of the stock holders ot this corporation shall be exempt from corporate debts of any" kind what soever. " In Witness Whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 22nd day or August, A. D. ICO?. C. G. Compton Seal M. G. Stone Seal T. A. McCullough Seal James Kerr , Seal G. A. MiddlccolT Seal STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I COONTYOF LOS AXGKLES. f On this 29th day of August, in the year nine, teen hundred and seven, before me, George C Jloorc, a Notary Public in and ror the County or Los Angeles, State or California, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, per sonally appeared G. A. Middlecoff, known to me to be the person whose name Is subscribed to the within instrument, and acknowledged to me that he executed the same. In Witness Whereof I have hereunto set my 2iand and affixed my official seal the day and year in this certificate first above written. Seal Geo. C. Moore, Notary Public in and for Lcb Angeles County, State or California. 3Iy commission expires Sept. 17th, 1910. State of California, I County of Los Angeles, f Before me, J. E. Wiseman, a Notary Public in and for the County of Los Angeles, State or Caliifornia, on this day personally appeared if. G, Stone. C. G. Compton, T. A. McCul- 3ongh iwid James Kerr, known to me to be the persons whose names are snbscribed to the foregoing instrument and acknowledged to me that thej executed the same for the pur pose and consideration therein expressed Given under my hand and seal of ofllee this 22nd day of August, A. D. 1907. tSeal J. E. Wiseman, Notary Public, 5Ty commission expires May 1", IOCS. First publication Sept. 11, 1307. and their products and by-products. To con tract, build, operate and maintain oil wells. refineries, buildings, machinery, plants. storp a-nd warehouses To handle, -store, transport in all kinds of gas; to dispose of the same Articles of "Incorporation of Yu ma Gas Company. Know .ill. Mux ijt Thssk Puzsents: That we, the undersigned, a majority of whoa arc citizens and residtinU; of the State of Califor nia, have this day voluntarily associated our selves together, for the purpose of forming a corporation, under tho laws of the State of California;- and we horuby certily: Fir.-t : That the nirae of said corporation bhali bo Yuma, Gas Company. Second: That the purposes for . which said corporation is to be formed, are, 1 To produce, make, generate and manu facture gas of all kinds, for lighting, heating manufacturing and other useful purposes; 2 To store, sell, furnish, distribute and and prepare for market oils and oil products and bv-products, and to erect, maintain and op erate refineries, mills, works, laboratories, workshops and dwelling houses for workmen and'Cthcrs. To search for, prospect.' examine, refine, smelt, reduce, crush, conccnti-.ite manip ulate and treat gold, silver, lead, copper, iron, and minerals cf every clasy and description. To manufacture, buy, sell, import, export, and generally deal ia machinery, pnmpn. drills, fuses, caps, candles, implements and conven iences sui'ablc for use ia connection with the oiler mining businccs. To manufacture, buy, sell, and generally trade in all kinds cf mer chandise. To issue and sell bonds secured by mortgage on any or sill of its property. To pur chase, own and sell its own stock and bonds and the stock of other corporations. To engage in any lawful business within the Territory ci Arizona, .and at any place outside of .said Terri tory. Artidte III. The amounS of the capital stock shall be Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500, 000.00) divided lnjo Five Hundred Thousand (oCO.OCO) shares of the par value of One Dollar (J 1.C0) each", which capital stock shall be paid in at the time of the issuance of certificates therefor, in money, services or other property, and shall forever be non-assessable for any pur pose whatever, and the judgment of the Board of Directors as to the value oi any such services orpropertv shall be conclusive. Article IV. The time of the commencement of this corporation shall be the date of the fil ing L-f a certified copy of these articles, as filed with the County Recorder of Yuma county, in the office of the Territorial Auditor of Arizona, and shall endure for twenty-five (25) years thereafter, unless renewed pursuant to the laws of said, territory. Article V. The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted by a Board or five directors, who shall be stockholders in the corporation; and the following named persons arc hereby ap pointed and elected as directors of this corpora tion for the ensuing year, and until- their suc cessors are elected and qualify, to-wit: John' F. Miller, Floyd J. Hickcy, S. F. Macfarlanc, T. II. Beech and .7. A. Armitagc. The directors of this corporation shall hereafter be elected by the stockholders at their regular annual meet ing which shall be held oa the second Tuesday in August of each year at the hour of 2 o'clock p. .pi. Should a director cease to be a stock holder, his office shall be declared vacant, and such vacancy, and vacancies occurring on said board through any other cause, may be filled for the unexpired term by the remaining mem- oc-rs of the board. Should the stockholders f ail to hold a regular annual meeting in any year on the day herein appointed, a new board of direct ors mnv ho. elected at a snecial meeting of the stockholders called for that purpose there after. Article. VI. The highest amount of indebt- nessor liability to which this corporation shall at any time subject itself shall be the sum of One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100, 000.C0). Article VII. The private property of tho stockholders of the corporation shall be for ever exempt from all corporate debts and lia bilities Article VIII. The Board of Directors of this corporatlonvshall have power to establish by- aws and to make rules and regulations for the management of the affairs of the corpora tioa, and to amend any such by-laws, rules, or regulations. Article IX. At all raeetingsof stockholders where directors are elected each stockholder shall be entitled to cast as many votes as shall equal the number of shares or stocli held by lilm, multiplied by the number o directors to be elected, and he may cast all Qf such, votes for the same person or divide or distribute them among any number or per sons. At ail siocKnomei's nieuuui "j stockholder may be represented by proxy provided the authority or such proxy is in writing, and filed with the secretary or the corporation In Witness Whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and seals on this 30th day or Au gust. 1907. John F. Miller ISealJ Floyd J. Hickcy Seal S. F. Macmrlane Seal State or California, Lt. County orLos Angeles, J Before me, T. W. T. Richards, a notary pub lie in and for said county and state, on tin day personally appeared John F. Miller, Floyd J. Ilickey and S. F. Macfarlanc, known to me to be the persons who subscribed to -the fore going instrument, and acknowledged to me that they executed the same for the purposes and considerations therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of office, this 30th day of August, A. D- 1907. Seal T. W. 1 Richards, Notary Public. My commission expires on the 7th day of September, A. D. 190S. to cities, towns, villages, private corporations and individuals, and to condemn and otherwise cquire rights of way, easements, franchises and other property, for purposes of manufac- uring, marketing, selling, furnishing, conduct ing or transporting gas; 3 To purchase, or otherwise acquire, lease. contract for, hold, sell, exchange, or otherwise dispose of real and personal property of all linds, and wherever situated, including share, bonds and securities of other corporations; To sell, hypothecate, mortgage and other- vise dispose of the property of said corpora tion, in part, eras an entirety; acquire, hold, establish, construct. equip, opsrate, own and maintain pipe lines. gan plants and works, and to exercise all pow- nccefwary. proper, or convenient for. or incidental to the carrying outof alitor any, of the purposes of this corporation. Third: That the place where the principal business of said coruoration is to bo transacted is the. City of San Bernardino, County of San Bernardino, State of California. '"Fourth: That the term for which said cor poration is to exist is fifty yean? from, and af ter, the date of its incorporation. Fifth: That the number of Directors of said corporation shall be five, and that the names and residences of the Directors who are ap pointed for the first year, and to serve until tho election and qualification ef such ofilcers, are is follows, to-wit: Name. .Residence. Seth Hartley Colton, California. Z. T. Bell San Bernardino, California. Arthur L. Drew San Bernardino, California. Frederic W.Gregg.. San Bernardino, California Howard Surr San Bernardino, California. Sixth: That the amount of the capital stock of said corporation is Fifty Thousand Dollars, ,nd the number of shares into which it is di vided is Five Hundred, of the par value of One Hundred Dollars each. Seventh : That the amount of said capital stock which has been actually subscribed is Five Hundred Dollars, and the following are the names of the persons by whom the same has been subscribed, and the amount subscrib ed by each of them, to-wit: Territory or Arizona, I . County or Yuma, j ARTICLES OF J INCORPORATION OF Hems Savings Bank and Loan Coaipapy. Wrinkle? -Hw-f-ffiB Names of Subscribers. Seth Hartley Z. T. Bell Arthur L. Drew.... Frederic W. Gregg Howard Surr No. of Shares.. Amount. I, J. M. Polhamus, County Recorder, in and for the county and territory aforesaid, do hereby certify that the within and foregoing is a true, full and correct copy of the Articles ofthcParaffine Oil & Development Co-.as filed for record in my office on the 5th day or Sep tember, A. D. 1907 at 10:tn o'clock a. m. and as appears cf record in Book 2 or Articles of In corporation at page 182, records of Yuma co unt j. In Witness Vhercor, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal or office, Seal this 5th day oC September, A. D. 1907. J.'M. Polhamus, County Recorder. First publication September II, 1907. Articles of Incorpo ration of the Parafilne Oil and Development Company. Know all Men by These Presents: That we, the undersigned, John F. Miller, Floyd J. Hickcy and S- F. Macfarlanc, have this day as sociated ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, and for that purrose do adopt these Articles of incorporation: Article I. The name of this corporation shall be the ParnQlue Oil and Development Co.. and Its principal place of transacting business shall be Yuma, Yuma county. Territory of Arizona, and at Los Angeles, Los Angeles county. State of California, and at Virgin, State of Utah, at which last mentioned places meetings of incor porators and stockholders and of the Board of Directors may be held and all corporate busi ness may be transacted with the same effect as if held, done or performed at Yuma, Arizona. Article 1 1. The general nature of the busi ness proposed to be transacted by this corpora tion Is to locate, purchase, lease", or otherwise acquire lands, mines, mineral claims, water rights Bd franchises, mill sites, timber lands, limestone quarries, and particularly lands con taining or believed to contain petroleum and rrtber oil springs, and deposits; to carry on the ; b'l .IaRKsof ficarchiag for. prospecting, pecpar- J "TTTOODFORD D. HARLAN, iu-te inspector SUBSET KA3AZIHE bciutifully illustrated, good stories and interesting rrticles about California and all the far West. TOWN AND CDUHTRY JOUfir&L a monthly publication containing plain, easiiy-undsrstood articles cn the home, garden, farm and ruige of interest to every mem ber of the family filled with photographa and pictures. ROAD OF A THGU3AHD W0HDER8 a book of 75 pages, containing 120 colored photographs of picturesque spots in California end Oregon. Total . . All three for ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO SUNSET MAGAZINE FLOOD BUILDING SAN FRANCISCO $1.50 a year $0.50 a year $0.75 $2.75 $1.50 ....1 S1C0.00 ....1 S100.00 ....I $100.00 ...'.1 SICO.OO ....1 8100.00 In Witness Whekeof. we have hereunto set our hands and seals, this 19th day of June, 1907 Z. T. BELL Seal SETH HARTLEY- Seal ARTHUR L. DREW FScal FREDERIC W. GREGG Seal HOWARD SURR fSeal STATE OF CALIFORNIA. u COUNTY' OF SAN Beukaridno. J On this 19th day of June, .in the year one thousand nine hundred and seven, before me, J, W. Stephenson, a notary public in and for the county of San Bernardino, State of Cali fornia, personally appeared Frederic W. Gregg. known to me to be the person vjvhoso name is subscribed to the within instrument, and he acknowledged to me that he executed the same Witness my hand and oulcial seal. (Notarial Seal) J. W. STEPHENSON, Notary Public in and for the county of San Ber, nardino, State of California. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, i County' of San Bernardino. Oa this 19th day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand, nine hundred and seven, before me, James H, Boyd, a notary public in and for said County of San Bernar dino, and the State of Califor nia, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn,, personally appeared Arthur L. Drew and Howard Surr, known to me to be the per sons whose names are sub-scribed to the within instrument, and they acknowledged to me that they executed the same. Ia witness whereof. I have hereunto set ray hand and afilxed my ofilcial seal the day and year in this certificate first above written. (Notarial Seal) JAMES H. BOYD, Notary Public in and for the County of San Bernardino. State of California. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I County" of San Beknandino. f On this 5th day cf Jnly in the year one thous and nine hundred and seven, before me, S. S, Draper, a notary public in and for the'eounty of San Bernardino, State-of California, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, pe; sonally appeared Z. T. Bell, known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument, and he acknowledged to me that he executed the same. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed, my official seal the day and year first above written. (Notarial Seal) S. S. DRAPER, Notary Public in and for the County of San Bernardino, State of California. STATE OF OA LIFORNI A. f t County' of San Bernardino, f " On this 11th day of July, in the year of ou Lord one thousand nine hundred and seven, be fore me, Homer R. Scott, a notary public in and for said county of San Bernardino, State of California, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared Seth Hartley known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument, and he ac knowledged to me that he executed the same. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal tho day and year in this certificate first above written. (Notarial Seal) HOMER R. SCOTT, Notary Public in and for the county of San Bernardino, State of California. STATE OF C ALT FORNI A . t Count, it of San Bernardino, f Endorsed: Filed July 12, 1907. Charles Post, County Clerk. By Frank M. Taylor, Deputy. I, Charles Post, County Clerk of the county ofm San Bernardino, State of California, do hereby certify the foregoing to be a full, true aud cor rect copy of the original Articles of Incorpora tion of Yuma Gas Company, now remaining on file in my office, In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal, this 12ih day of July, 1907. CHARLES POST, ( Seal of 1 County Clcrl; Superior V By FRANK M. TAYLOR, I Court. J Deputy. No. 2S37. C. F. CURRY, Secretary of State J. HOESCH, Deputy, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Department of State. I, C. F. Curry, Secretary of State of the State of California, do hereby certify that I havi carefully compared the annexed copy of Articles of Incorporation of Yuma Gas Company with the certified copy of the original now on file i my office, and that the same is a correct tran script therefrom, and of the whole thcreo Also that this authentication is in due form and by tho proper officer. Witness my hand and the great seal of State, at office in Sacramento, California, the 15th day of July' A. D., 1907. ssNolllC i prod id; reining, piping, storing, tntn. 1 ' of U. b. Offices, and umei of bpe , . . . . . oial Service Division, Attorney at Law, lo20 P TTnT.1;m:Jj.i3. iwyHiwjimiB; menwacwir- miMl street. Northwest. Washington. D. C. 1 1 tuiil distributing, petrolocm and other oils Personal aud prompt attention to all business. Know All lien by These Presents: That we, the undersigned, have this day vol untarily, associated ourselves together for. the purpose cf forming a corporation under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, and to that end wc do hereby certify and adopt the follow ing articles of incorporation: Article I. That the names cf the incorporators of this corporation arc E. G. Caruthcrs. John Gandol fo, U. J. Nugent, J. W- Dorringlon and A. Modcsti. , Akticj.i: II. That the name of this corporation Is and shall' be Home Savings Bank and Loan Com pany, and that its principal placo'of transact ing business shall be at the Town of Yuma, County of Yuma, Territory of Arizona. r article nr. That the general nature of the business pro posed to be transacted by this corporation is that of a savings bank and loan association and of accumulating, loaning and investing the funds of its stockholders and depositors, to re ceive money on deposit and loan and invent the same, with interest, and to repay depositors, ith or without interest, as may be agreed upon, and to do a general banlring business. and said corporation shall also have the power nd authority to act as trustee for the issue of bonds and mortgages for persons, companies or corporations, for the purpose of borrowing money. ARTICLE IV- That the amount of the capital stock author ized and the limes whcntind conditions upon which it is to be paid in, shall be as fellows: he capital stock of this corporation final! be Fifty Thousand Dollars (iVJ.OOO) divided into Five Hundred (500) shares of the par value of One Hundred Dollars (?100) each, and- fifty (50) percent of said capital stock shall be sub- ribed and paid in at its par value before this corporation shall commence unsincr,raiui me remainder of said capital st03k shall beheld in serve by said corporation untli the stcckhold- rs of this corporation at a regular annus! meeting thereof, or at a special meeting called or that purpose, shall; by a majority vote of the stack represented at said meeting, author ize that the same may be subscribed and paid in, and when snch action shall have been taken bv the stockholders. said stockholders shall have the first right to subscribe therefor and for the same amount that they shall each then own of the capital stock already paid in. And when said capital stock shall all be subscribed it shall be fully paid up and at a price not-less than par. article v. That the time of the commencement of this corporation shall be the datecf filing a certified copy of these articles of incorporation in the office of the auditor of the Territory of Arizona, and paying in fifty (50) per cent of said capital stock, and the termination thereof shall bo twenty-five years thereafter, unless said corpo ration.shall be further extended as provided by law. ARTICLE VI. That the affairs of this corporation shall Jje conducted by a board or directors, consisting of not fewer than five nor more than nine persons who shall be stockholders of this corporation, which board of directors shall be annually elected from among its stockholders on the sec ond Tuesday of January in each year hereafter, at tho hour of ten o'clock ia the forenoon of said day, but if no election be held on that day it may be held at some later date bv special meeting called for that purpose. The board of directors shall at their first meeting in each year, which meeting may bo on the same day as the annua! stockholders' meeting, elect from among their number a president and vice-presi dent; they shall also at the same meeting elect a cashier and secretary, provided that tl: cashier and secretary may be one and the same person; and the board of directors may appoint such other officers and agents as they may de termine. The directors and officers of this cor pora tion shall-hold their offices for one year and until their successors are elected and qua! illed. Provided, however, that the board of directors shall' have the power to remove at any time any of the officers or agents appointed by or-elected by them, and tho board of direct ors shall have the power to fill any vacancy- cither in their own number or that of any of the offices of this corporation. ' The following named persons, who arc subscribers to the cap ital stock of this corporation, are hereby ap pointed directors of said corporation until tk first annual meeting cf the stockholders,- which shall be held at the office of the companj in the Town of Yuma. Arizona-, on the second Tuesday in January, 1908, to-wit- E. G. Caruthers. John Gandolfo, M. J. Nugent, J. W. Dorrington and Modcsti. And E. G. Caruthers shall be pres ident, M. J. Nugent vice-president, and Henry 1,1. Gandolfo, cashier and secretary, who shall hold their offices until the first annual meeting of the stockholders of this corporation unless sooner removed' by the board of direct ors. ARTICLE vn. The highest arniomit of indebtedness or lia bility io which this corporation is at any time, to subject itself, over and above the amount due depositors, is 315,000.00. pfcoms srcl7 to vsak vomcn, fe!vho have to frown rind cn-m (wdcre fchs tortars ds to theg pNot only wrinkles, but kol-& Mlowp Ir.ck-fostie eyes, sallov 'cocipfeaioa, gt'ay naif, all o v&xrhkh tell ot premature olofVa til . tr-i . j it. - ?j2e , ine prevention 02. iiiij jglils in your own hands. fcSfW ff! thai causes ra! IS vrx'.t sfiffei-snc'. and Stfsnprth- hi f KattriiGn. with W1 OS m. h m fa & a m WOMAN'S REIKI M oi which Mrs. Mary Irvin, cFPam- m j B K5 pEn 'City, Vs., vrritec: "I vgak it : $ is tne ocst cn. esrm xor su sunem Dopartmc Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, October 1), 1C07. T-Int.ip.n is liernbv siven that John Edward i'c.ks. of Somertori. Arizona, has filed notice of his intention tomnko final Five year proof l support cr his claim, via: liomesteati .niry to. 3333, made March 21, 19J1, for the SS5-4' Sec. i. TrT.vn.shin 9, S. flin-,'C 21, W.. and that said proof w'ill be made before Charles H. Utting, Clerk of the District Court, Yuma, Arizona, on November 19, 1907 He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of the land, viz: Richard P. Marablc, of x uma, Arizona. Silliam D. Scbcell. of Yuma, Arizona. Keuben W. Moss, of Somertoa, Arizona. Gottlob Fischer, or SomertonfrAxizona. LYMAN-W. WAKEFIBIiD, Register. Oct 1G-07 felnnmen. liZv doctor d:J Bleood. I suffered untold misery foi fr-j- Vmm nfnrt 'hnt tr.a.l'irst dose rrv3 ear!r . . ' new woman." The above seems to prove that Cardui will relievo your pain, strengthen your consti tution and rsnew your youth. Try it. hi all Bruits, !.03 m U-iHiw.ll i 1 I , B 11 rA 1 111 rW ftN 11 If should be. free from artificial coloring it should be pure. sr9s Golden Gate Teas 0 iieaitritul re Six flavors rosj are pun freshingo Japan Gunpowder English BreaKfasi Ceylon B2acll CSi. G?een The choice of flavor is a matter of taste Packed flavor-tight in dust proof cartons. 1 J, A. Folges (El Co. asa Frainciseo Importers of Vxltq .Teas E20 Notic; for P ubiication , of the Interior, Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, Land Oflico at Phoenix, Arizona. Sept. C, 1307. Notice is hereby given that David M. Lynch; of Laguna, Yuma county, Arizona, has tiled notice of his intention to make llnal five year proof in support of his claim, viz; Home stead Entrv No. :;S71, made May 22, 1901, for the SWH . Section 17. Township 8, South, Ranfte 22- W., G, and S, K. M., and that said proof will be made before the cien; cr tno .uisirici uon, Yuma. Arizona, on October 12, ff. He names the foilowin witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of the land, viz: , Frank Keppler, of Lacuna, 1 uma uo., An .TiimpK -nt. liYv. of Laruna. Yuma Co.. Ariz. Robert A. McPhci son, of La;;uiia, Yuma Co. Joseph B. Smarr, cf Laeuna, 1 uma uo., Ariz. LYMAN W. WAKEFIELD, . Register, First publication Sept. 11. 1907. Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, Land OOlce at Phoenii:, Arizona, Oatcbcr 9, 1907 Notice is hereby riven that Aaron Alt, of uma. Yuma county. Arizona, has tiled nonce of his intention to make final Five year proof in snT:-.-,rt of his claim, viz: llomesteau .knsry No. 3;00. m-ide January 11, 190i, for the Ni4 SHk .i,i(i ."' SWi-' Sccclou 1 '. Township D. fc. it. "4. v.. una that saui nrooi win zn.v.'; vc fore Joseph H. Godfrey. CJerk- ef thi Probate Court. Yuma. Arizona, on November ia, vim. "Ft.-! names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon ana cultivation of the laud, viz: Orin.CIyde Johnson, of Yuma, Arizona. Thomas Lvall, of Yuma, Arizona. John Jacob Jones, ot Yuma, Arizona. Charles Ballancc, of Yuma. Arizona. LYMAN V. WAKEFIELD, Register Oct 15-07 ri ORAM'S STAGE LINE Operating a New, Six-Horse Concord Between Yuma and Laguna Dam. Billy Horan now has ti new, six-horse Concord coiieh on his stage line to the darasite. It, is. a comfortable, easy riding vehicle and carries seventeen passedjiers. Round trip daily. Head ouarters at, the Yuma ofllee of J. G White & Co. in the Laney building. The Great Seal of the State of California. C. F. CURUY, Secretary of State. By J. HOESCH, Deputy. The Yuma Ice Co.'s soda water is the best. Only pure, distilled water is used in its manufacture, therefore ifc is also the most .healthful. Drink no other. - jtrv7tcr,n yiii. The private property of the stockholders of this corporation shall be exempt from the debts or liabilities, of this corporation. AKTICIsB IX As soon as' practicable aiter the filing of thes articles in the oftlce of the auditor of the Terri tory of Arizona, the persons named herein as directors shall meet and organize as the board of directors and shall adopt by-laws -and may prescribe in said by-laws the method of callin meetings cf the board o directors and stock holders. And at any meeting of the board o directors a majority cf such board shall consti tute a quorum to transact business; and any meeting at which a quo rum is present shall be a regular meeting and shall have the same au- thority'as a full board, whether notice of the meeting shall have tirst been given to the ab sent members or not. AKTICLE X. Thesearticles of incorporation may be amend cd at anv annual meeting of the stockholders or at any special meeting thereofwhen called fcr that purpose, if a majority vote in favor of said amendment, and whenever any amendment is so made to these articles of incorporation the same shall be signed and acknowledged by the president-aad secretary, and when so signed, acknowledged, recorded and published, as re quired by law,, they shall then and thereafter have the same force and effect as if signed by the entire number of stockholders of the cor poration. E. G. Caruthcrs, John Gandolfo, M. J. Nugent, J. W. Dorrington, r 1 A. Modcsti. Territory of Arizona, I County of Yuma, f ' '"" On this day before mc, C. L. Brown, a notary public in and for the comity of Yuma, Territory of Arizona, personally appeared E. G. Caruth crs, John Gandolfo, J. W. Co. rriiigton, M. J. Nugent and A. Mcdesti, personally known, to mc to be the same persons wnose uarncsare subscribed to the foregoing instrument of writ ing, and they acknowledged to mc that they signed said instrument of writing freely and voluntarily and for the consideration, uses and purposes therein mentioned. In witness whereof I have hereunto subscrib ed my name and allixed my notarial seal at Yuma, Arizona,. on this 7lh day of June, A. D. 1907. C. L. BROWN. Seal Notary Public. My commission will expire November 15th, 190U. First pub June 12,1907. Free advice, how to obtain patents, trado marks, H copyngaw, eta, JN ALL COUNTRIES. Business direct with Washington savet ilir.ej& money ami oj ten tlie-fatcnt. "Writo or come to U3 at in C23 Etath Street, opp. United States Patent Cfflcs.W WASHINGTON, D. C. el REST AMD SLEEP. Advice for the Tired Woman. r i 1KB woman of tho office or shop has I more causn than the housekeeper JL to wear ont m days like these. The housekeeper should tSnd timn for a nap ; she can got into loose cloth ing', while the business woman must fight ifc out until the ond of the day's work. The tired woman comes home from the insomnia. The noasewiie. pvmii uu mother of a lar;p family and doing her own housework, should take sm--? l.ttle leisure in the middle of the day. if it only bo for ten minutes. Slip away frotn cures anrl duties and throw yonrelf down on lounge or bed for a little while. Try to relax every muscle until your body feels hoavv Then try and stop thinking; re lax vour mind; throw oiT worry. Ior those, ten minutes or half'an hour. lie perfectly still. This-is the advice of the g-catest woman's specialist of our time, r. R V. Pierce, founder of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Uuffaior N. Y. Furthermore, he says, tho woman who is emploved in stores or shops, work ing at the highest tension all day, must above all things get a good night's rest. A tepid bath and a ct:p of cocoa or warm milk- before going to bed. or perhaps a Utile IIUllV KMUCIM, , mn i " '--J " . " T'T 1-U, tl.om r, onen so that yon breathe pure air, win your meuicinia., win. ai act upon the nerves, ouiet'.ng them and short time I began tn feel better. Mi soothin"- the tired-out woman into the , nerves were better: cxiuld sleep, at night, fir-;t sweet slumber which leads to a long, ! headache ceased, digestion was improved, restful sleep. If such simple treatment, 1 1 felt like a now woman, and could go rs Dr Pierce, has no effect on the . around and attend to my household. '"J" "k' . , n. 1,1 1 A ..tine -l,!l, nrnnnnc tn tflklTlET Vflllr nervous system, wion toe " - ,K . fiV fipree naturally says, but. all thgjtime the ten1! troubh. very oftui" centers in the wom anly organs. In nine cases out of ten the seat, of the difficulty is here, and a woman should take rational treatment for its cure. The local disorder and in flammation of the delicate special organs of the sex should be treated steadily and systematically. Dr. Pierse, during a long period of prac tice, found that a prescription made up" entirely of roots and herbs, without th& nsc of alcohol, cured over ninety per cent, of such cases. After using this remedy for many years in his private practice ha put it up in a form that would make it easily procurable, and it can be had at anv store wherosaedicinesare handled. The proprietors and makers of Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription have the most remarkable record of-.enres mads by this world-famed remedy ever placed to the credit of any preparation especi ally designed for the cure of woman's peculiar ailments. Sick women, especially those suffering from diseases of long standing, are in vited to consult Dr Pierce by-lctter, free. All correspondence Is held as strictly private and sacredly confidential. Ad dress Dr R. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y. Your medicines are certainly a bless i'jg to suffering women," writes Mrs. Ell3 Sauerwald. of lit'55 Vr. Pratt Street, Balti more, Md. ' I suffered with female weak ness verv badly, was extremely nervous at all times, had indicestlon; could not defn constant dull Headache In fact. was very miserable when I began to take crviflip thn nerves If there is a headache, a back'acne. a sen- Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cured me of constrpatioir of manv vears' standing. I am sure 11 sation of irritability or twitching and nn-1 more -women wno suner wouiu uik lt. controllable nervousness, something must -Pierce's medicines they would sooa 00 be wrong with the hetd or back, a woman , convinced of the good they can do. Negligee Shirts in Summer principally for comfort; but when'worn without a coat, as is .the case in our climate, the well-dressed mttn is very particular to see that they are cleant fresh a'l well .ironed. We give spe cial . tten ion to the laundering of men's negligee shirts and out work will please tLe most exacting. Phone 212. Alpha Steam Laundry. 4Xf pa )M 0 i fefi if LOS ANGELES JLViL JL JtV JO AT SHOREY'S Southwestern News Company In the District Court Of the First Judicial District, Territory of Arizona, in and for Yuma County A. E. Baldwin, 1. I. Baker, B. F. Hopkins, R.C.Jacobs, .l.S. :os, W. H. Lyon, V. H. De Berry, M. Winsor, Sr., E. A. Stauts, J. W. Hanna, E. L. Chane, Frank Webster, S. H. Johnson, J. E. Hayden, J. W TVggart, and T. W. Wilkinson, plaintiffs, vs. J. R. Cunningham, A. E. Johnson, YY. B.Pike, U. L. Williams, W. J. Best, and A. G. Fraker, defendants, n Action brought in the District Court of First Judicial District of tho Terri tory of Ai-izona;in and i for the County of Yuma, and the complaint filed in said County of Yuma, in the "officeof the Clerk of s:tid District Court. In the name-of the Territory of Ari zona, to J. R. Cunningham; A. E. Johnson. W. B. Pike, U. L. Williams, W. J. Besi, and A'. G. I'raker, defend ants, greeting: 1 You are herebv (summoned and Re quired to appear 'in :m action" brong ht against you by the tibove numd pliun tiffs in the" District Court of the First Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Yuma county, und answer the complaint therein filed with' the clerk of this said court at Yuma, in said county, within twenty days after the service upon you of this Summons, if served in this said county, or in .all other cases within thirty days there after, the times above mentioned being exclusive of the day of service, or judgment-by default will be taken against you. Given under my hand and the seal of tho District Court, of the First Judicial District, Territory of Arizona, in and for the county of Yuma, this 27th day of June, 1907. Charles TT. Utting, Seal Clerk of said District Court. Aug. 7-5 1 WANTED GOOD MAN in each coun ty to represent and advertise co-operative department, put out samples, etc. Old established business house. Cash salary $21.00 weekly expense money advanced? permanent position, Our reference, bankers Notorial Hank of Chicago, capital $2,O0&GOO. Address Manager, TQE COLUMBIA HOUSE, Chicago., 111., Desk No. I. aRM- ASSAYS E Gold 75 Cents Gold and Silver 31.0O Lend 75 Cents Gold", SHvcr, Copper, 51.50- Samples by mail receive prompt attention. Placer Gold, Retorts and Kich Ores Bought. Send for Free MailingEnvelopcs and Price List, Oaden Assay Co. 1535 Coart Place, D.7Yer, Colerade, . LATEST MINING LOCA TION ' BLANK'S AT THE SENTINEL OFFICE. ECZEMA and PILE CURE ET OCTET Knowing what it was to rnL ' suffer, I will give, FREE OL(' CMAUGE, to any afiiict.ed a posi tiveurp for Eczema, Salt Uheum, Ery sipelas, Piles and Skin Diseases. Instant relief. Don't suffer longer. Write F. W. WILLIAMS, 400-Manhattan ave nue, New York. Enclose stamp. A moth destroyer and disinfectant. PlacetJ under carpets Oi- In the folds of furs nd cloth' ing, it drives away moths and worry. Twelve sheets In a packet, carriage prepnld, 10 cents; six packetsv 50 cents, if druggist does not have V" JVlatliran Powder Works, Selection $99 , Clsrfcsvilte; Iowa, WANTED: By a prominent monthly magazine, with large, high-class cfr cultition, local representative . to look after renewals and increase subscrip tion list in Yuma and vicinity, on iv salary basis, with a continuing interest; from year to year in the business vicut ed. Fxperience desirable,, but not es sential. Good opportunity for the right person. Address Publisher, Box 59f Station O. New York City, Fifteen assays or analyses for S3.00. Gold, Silver, Lead, Copper, Iron, Zinc, Silicia, Calcium, o" Manganese. Write for particulars. THE HICNRY HANSON CHEMICAL; RESEARCH CO. ' Analytical and Consulting Chemists 4 Railroad BIdg., Denver, Col orado, U. S. A.