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1 axatS Cures a Cold in On (. ffij&tnrz Articles of Incorporation of Bouse Gold and Copper Corn puny. Know All Men By These Presents: That we, the undersigned, have this day associated ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, and for that purpose do adopt the . following chartcj: Article t. The name or this corporation shall be Bouse Gold and Copper Company. Articled This Company shall keep an ofllcc at Bouse, County of Yuma, Territory of Arizona, hut ' this Corporation is organized to carry on business in all states, districts aud territories of the United States, and will have a princi pal office and place of business at the City of Ix)s Angcies, in the County of I.os Angeles, State of California, and at sucli other places as the B ard of Directors may determine, at any apd all of which plages meetings of the stockholders and Board of Directors may be held in accordance with the By-laws of this Corporation. Article 3. The purposes for which this corporation is formed are: I. To locate, buy. lease or otherwise acquire and to sell or encumber mines, mining claims, mineral rights, mining property and town and mill sites, and opernte and develop the same; to acquire, build, own and operate mills, crushers, concentrating machinery and manufacturing plants for the purpose of working, milling, assaying, concentrating, smelting and reducing all kinds or ores and mineral substances, and extracting minerals . therefrom by any and all processes, and to work and manufacture any and all metals and products or metals. II. To build and maintain, own, acquire and operate dams, water-ways, wells, reser voirs, wagon roads and tramways in connec tion with any and all town sites, mills, smelters or mining property owned " or con trolled by this corporation. III. To buy, lease or otherwise acquire, and to sell, encumber or otherwise dispose of and to Improve, lands, franchises, rights or way and other real estate or every kind and na ture whatsoever, and any and ail interests or evci4klnd in and to such properties. IV. To engage in the business or buying and selling liquid fuel oils, petroleum, min eral gas, asphaltuui, bitumen, bituminous rock and other mineral and hydro-carbon substances and products of all such substan. ccs, and in boring for, pumping, producing, retlning. distilling, treating, manufacturing, piping, carrying, handling, storing, and in all ways dealing in and with any and all such substances. V. To buy, sell, acquire, hold and hypoth ecate shares of stock, bonds and other eviden ces of indebtedness of any incorporated com pany or companies. VI. To do and perform each and all or the acts hereinbefore specified as the main and principal purpose for which this corporation is organized, and also as incident and auxil iary to each or the other purposes hereinbe fore specified, and generally to engage in any and all kinds of business that a natural per son might or could in the United States or in any other part oi"the world. Article 4. The amount or capital stock or this corpor ation is SI. 000,000.00. divided into 100,000 shares or the par value ofSW.OO each, and said capi tal stock shall be paid up at the date or issu ance, or at such time as the Board ot Direc tors may designate, in money, property, labor, or any other valuable right or thing, and the Judgment or the Board or Directors or managing officers as to the value thereor shall be conclusive. Article 5. The highest amount or indebtedness or li ability to which this corporation shall sub ject itseir at any one'time shall not exceed fo00.000.00. Article C The private property orthe stockholders or this corporation shall be and is hereby made forever exempt from all liability rr the debts or obligations or this corporation. Article 7. ! The canital stock or this corporation shall be and is hereby made forever non-assessable by this corporation for any purpose. Article 8. The commencement or this corporation fcball be the date ot the filing of these Arti cles accoi ding to law, and the termination thereof shall be twenty-five years thereafter, with privilege of renewal for like periods per petually. Article 9. The affairs of this corporation shall be eon ducted by a Board or Directors composed or nine stockholders, to be first elected on the first day of May, 1J0S, and on May 1st of each year thereafter, and until such Directors arc elected, C. A. Mark well, Eugene C. Webster, Thomas Patch, G. M. Ottls, J. C. Denton, D. K. Ferguson, .John Clarbough. Russ Avery and Samuel H. French shall act as such Di rectors. In Wittios Whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and seals thisSOth day or April' iws. Eugene C. Webster (Seal) C. A. Markwell (Seal) Kuss Avery (Seal) G. M. Ottis (Seal) State of California, 1 County of I.os Angeles.) ss On this 20th day of April, 1MB, before me, G. L. Whitham, a Notary Public in and for the County or Los Angeles, Stale orCalirornia, residing therein, duly commissioned and b worn, personally appeared Eugene C. Web ster, C. A. Murkwell, Itass Avery and G. M. Ottis, known to be the persons whose names aiv subscribed to the foregoing instrument and they acknowledged to me that they ex ecuted the same for the purposes and consid cration therein expressed. In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto .-set my hand and affixed my official seal the day and year first above written Seal G. L. Whltham, Notaty Public in and'for the Counts or Los Angeles, State orCallfornia. My commission .expires August 1st, M0S. Territory of Arizona. County of Yuma. ss. I, J. M. Polhamus, County Recorder in and for the County of Yuma. Territory of Arizona, do hereby certify, that the foregoing is a full, true and correct cony of the Articles of Incorpora tion of the Bouse Gold and Copper Company, as filed for record in my office on the 27th day of April. A. D. 1908. and as appears of record in hook 2 of Articles Page et seq. Rec ords of Yuma County aforesaid. In witness Whereof I have hereunto set, my hand and afflxed my seal of "office this 27th day or April. A. D-. 1P03 J. M. POLHAMUS. County. Recorder. Yuma County, Arizona Territory. I'iwt Publication April 2fth. 130S. Wanted : A good hustler in every town to bell our perfect water filters, retailing from $1.50 to S3.00, 100 per cent profit to agents; exclusive terri tory. Seneca Filter Co., Seneca, Mo. the Foil Name ft. whk. 8 ve llromo Clumime Day, Crip in Two. ob Box 25c. 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Notice is hereby given by the undersigned administrator with the will annexed, of the estate of Francisco Noriega and Oriola Lorona Noriega, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons hav ing claims against the said de ceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said admin istrator at the law offices of Wupperman and Wupperman in the Wupperman Building in Yuma, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said county of Yuma. Juan L. Noriega, Administrator with the Will annexed of the Estate of said deceased. Dated at Yuma, Arizona, this 2nd day of June, 1908. June 3 14 NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. To Win. Mathews and George Kahrs: You are hereby notified that I, the under signed, have expended during and for the year 1907 the sum of six hundred dollars in labor and improvements on the following-described min ing claims, being on3 hundred dollars' worth of labor and improvements cn each of the follow ing-named mining claims, to-wit: Those six certain mining claims situated in Ellsworth mining district, Yuma county. Territory of Arizona, known and described as follows: Hardwick, HardwiclrNos. 1, 2 and 3, Lulu and Myrtle mining claims, according to location no tice thereof, recorded in Book R of mining rec ords, pages 266, 267, 268, 269, 270 and 271. records of Yuma county, Territory of Arizona. That said work was done and improvements made on said claims during and for the year 1907 in order to hold the said claims under the pro visions of Section 2324 of the revised statutes of the United States and the laws of the Terri tory of Arizona and the amendments thereof concerning annual labor to be done on mining claims. That there is due from you to the undersigned the sum of four hundred dollars on account of your share of the said six hundred dollars expended for annual labor on the said mining claims for the year i07, and you are hereby notified that if within ninety days from the personal service of this notice upon you or within 90 days afier the service of this notice upon you by publication you fail, refuse or neg lect to contribute your portion of such expendi ture, to-wit, the sum of four hundred dollars to the undersigned, your interest in said mining claims will become the property of the under signed, your co-owner, in accordance with the laws in such cases made and provided. Daied Salome, Territory of Arizona, May 20, 1908. HARRY NKVIXS. First publication May 20. 1608. Last publication August 20. 10)8. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior. Land Oftice at Phoenix, Arizona, May 14. 1908. Notice is hereby given that James Milton of Yuma, Arizona, has filed notice of his inten tion to make linal live-year proof in supporl of his claim, viz: Homestead Kntry No. 4491, made April 6, 1903, for theN',4 SW),', Sec. 2. NEW SE!f. SE! NEJ Section 3, Township 9 South., Range 2' West, and that said proof will be made before Clei-k of the District Court, at Yuma, Arizona, on June 29, 1908. He names the following witnesses to prove his coutinuons residence upon and cultivation of the land, viz: John Rimpau, Charles M. White. John Wadin and James Maxey, all of Yuma. Arizona. Lvman W. Wakefield, Register. First publication May 20, 1908. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, May 14, 1908. Notice is hereby given that Charles M. White, of Yuma, Arizona, has tiled notice of his inten tion to make final five-year proof in support of his claim, viz; Homestead Entry No. 4535, made April 23. 1903, for the NV!j Section 10, Township 9 South, Range 23 West, and that said proof will be made before Clerk of the District Court, at Yuma, Arizona, on June 29. 1908. He name the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of the land, viz: James Milton. John Rimpau, Mulford Winsor. Sr., and JohnGandolfo. Sr.. all of Yuma, Ariz. Lyman W. Wakefield, Register. May 20, 08 Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, Land Oftice at Phoenix, Arizona, May 14. 1P0S. Notice is hereby given that John Rimpau. ger. of Yuma. Arizona, has filed notice of his intention to make final flvo-year proof in sup port of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 44E9. made April 6. 1903, for the WJ$ SEtf. SEtf SEM. SWtf NEif Section 3, Township 9. South Kauge 23 West, and that said proof will be made before Clerk of the District Court, at Yuma. Arizona, on Juno 29. I90S He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of the land, viz: Charles M. White. James Milton. John Wadin and James Maxev. all of Yuma. Ariz. , Lyman V- Wakefield, Register. WOODFORD D. HAUL AM, late Inspector of U S. Land Office, and Chief of SpeO cial Service Division, Attorney at Law. 152 Ninth Street, Northwest, Washington, D. C. Personal and prompt attention to all business. I MAGAZINE READERS These Bad Pains which give you such exquisite suffering, every month, arc caused, as you know, by female trouble. Relief seldom or never comes of itself. It is necessary to cure the cause, in order to stop the pains, and this can only be done if you will take a specific, female remedy, that acts directly on the womanly organs. WINE OF WOMAN'S RELIEF "Cardui did wonders for me," writes Mrs. H. C. Larson, of OldB, la. 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Notice is hereby given that the Secretary of the Interior his va cated departmental order of withdrawal in so far as the same affects the with drawal for irrigation purposes under the act of June 17, 1902 (32 Stat. 388), for use in connection with the ( 'oloracto River Project, Arizona of the following" described lands in the Territory of Ari zona, and by his authority such of saM tracts as have not been heretofore finally restored and are not otherwise withdrawn, reserved or appropriated, will be subject to settlement under the public landiaws of the United States on and after .lulv 30. 1908, but shall not be subject to entry, filing or selection until August 29, 1908. at the United States land office at Phoenix, Arizona, warning being expressly given that no person will be permitted to gain or ex ercise any right whatever tinder any settlement or' occupation begun after May 1, 190S. and prior to July 30, 1908, all such settlement or occupation being forbidden. G. Si. S. R. Meridian, T. 7 S., R. 22 W., E1N101 Sec. 33 and ViNVSec. 34. Fred Dennett, Commissioner of the General Land Office. Frank Pierce. First Assistant Secretary of the Interior. May 27-tl0 Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U, S. Lund Oftice at Phoenix. Arizona, May 15, 1908. Notice is hereby Riven that Charles Ballance. of Yuma, Arizona, who, on Aug. 21. 1903, made Homestead Entry No. 4685 for Ns4 SE&. SW SEf section 3, township 9, south range 21 west, G. and S. R. Meridian, has tiled notice of intention to make linal Qve-year proof, to es tablish claim to the land above described, be fore Joseph Godfrey. Judge of Probate Court, at Yuma, Arizona, on the 27th day of June, 1908. Claimant names as witnessea: Aaron A. Ault. Samuel T. Todd. James Tucker and John Lyall. all of Yuma. Ariz. Lvman W. Wakefield, May 20, 1908 Register. Notice for Publication Department of the Interior. U. S- Land Oftice at Phoenix, Arizona, June 3, 1908. Notice is hereby given that Benjamin F. Carev. of Yuma. Arizona, who on May 28, 1903, made Homestead Entry No. 4584, for Lots 4. 5, 6 and 7, section 0, township 9 S, range 22 W.. G. & S- R- Meridian, has Hied notice of in tention to make final five year proof, to estab lish claim to the land above described, before Charles H. Utting. Clerk District Court, at Yuma. Arizona, on the 14th day of July, 1008. Claimant names as witnesses: Graves P. Jagger, Camlin Evans. William Thomas and James Milton, all of Yuma, Arizona, LYMAS W. WAKEFIELD, June 3, 1908. Register. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land oftice at Phoenix. Arizona, May 22, 19C8. Notice is hereby given that Clarence Maddox. of Yuma, Arizona, who. ojiApril 9, 1903, made Homestead Entrv No. 4497. ror lots l anu . see, 29. lots 4 and 5 arid S'4 NEW Section 30. Town ship 8 South Range 22 West, G. and S. R. Mc- riuuui, nas men iiuiaue ui niLuniiuii vv luimi; tlnal five-year proof to estabiish claim to the land above described, before Joseph H. God frev. Clerk of Probate Conrt. at Yuma, Arizo na, on the 8th day of July. 1908. C laimant names as witnesses: Gus Livingston, Henry Levy, John M.Specsc. und Newton S. Parks, all of Yuma. Arizona. Lyman W. Wakefield, Register. May 27-08 Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, June 22. 1908. Notice is hereby given that Gertrude K. Priest, of Yuma, Arizona. who. on March 14. 1903. made Homestead Entry No. 4454. for lots 1. 2. 3 and 4. Section 3. Township 9 SoUth.Rancc 23 West. G. and gr- R- Merrdian. has filed notice or intention to makc final five-year proof to estab lish claim to the land above described, before. Joseph H, Godfrey. Clerk of the Probate Court. at Yuma, Arizona, on tne autn a ay oi ,iuiy, uws. Claimant names as witnesses: Charley M. White, Ward Priest, Henri Ap John and Lilah Hell Reese, all of Yuma, Ari zona. Lyman W. Wakefield, Register. 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Under the Laws of Arizona, U. S. A. Know All Men By These Presents; That We, the undersigned, citizens of the United Slates of America, and each of the States thereof as designated opposite our signatures hereto, have voluntarily and mutually agreed to associate, and do hereby associate our selves together for the purpose of forming an incorporation under the Invvsof the Territory of Arizona. And We Hereby Certify, First That the names of the incorporators are a follows: II A. Stauls XI, O. Archibald Henry Kearney Jl. li. "Winchester M. A. Andrews That the name of the said incorporation in as follows: ''The Kearney Consolidated Gold Mining Company," and that its principal place of business Khali be in Yuma, Arizona. Second That the general nature of the business pro posed to be transacted is to make contracts; to purchase. lease, option, locate or otherwise acquire, own, exchange, sell or otherwise dispose of, pledge, mortgage, hypothecate and deal in mines, mining claims, mineral lands, water and water-rights and other property both-real and personal, and to work, explore, operate and develop the same, aud to deal in the products and by-products thereof; to purchase, lease or otherwise acquire, erect, own, operate and sell smelting or other ore-reduction works, saw-mills and power-plants, to do n general manufacturing and mercantile business, to purchase, hold, cancel and re issue shares of its own capital stock and to own shares of other corporations: to issue bonds, notes, debentures and other evidences of indebtedness and to secure the payment of Ihe same by mortgage.deed of trust, or other wise act as agent, trustee, broker or in any other fiduciary capacity, and to borrow and to loan money: and in general to do and to perform such acts and things and transact such business, not inconsistent with the law, in any part of the world, as the Board of Di rectors may deem to tht-ad vantage of the in corporation. Third That the authorized amount of capital stock shall be one million dollars, divided in to one million shares. Said stock shall be full paid and non-assessable, and to be paid In after the incorporation of this association, and immediately upon the election and qualification of the olDccrs of this association. Fourth That, the term for which this corporation shall exist shall be twenty years from and after the date of Ks Incorporation. That, the date of the filing of these Arti cles of Incorporation in. the office of the Aud itor of Arizona, shall "be the date It shall be gin business Fifth That, the affairs of this Corporation shall be conducted by a President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer aud a Board of five Di rectors, who shall be elected at the first meeting of this Corporation, and shall be elected annually thereafter. Sixth That, the affairs ot this Corporation shall be conducted as nearly as possible upon a cash basis, and the highest amount of indebt edness or liability to which the corporation is at any time to subject itself, shall be one thousand dollars. ; Seventh That, the private property of the stock holders of this corporation Is hereby exempt from all liability for the debts of the corpor ation. In Witness Whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and seals this sixth day of April, A. n., 1903. Names. Residences. E, A. Stauts Sim Bernardino, Calif. M. O. Archibald Yuma, Arizona Henry Kearney Los Angeles. Calif. M. A. Andrews Laguna, A.T. H. B. Winchester Yuma, Arizona State of Nevada, Humboldt County) OnlhisCth day of April, 1903, before me, a Notary Public in and for the County of Hum boldt, State of Nevada, personally appeared E. A. Stauts, known to me to be the person whose name is first subscribed to the forego ing instrument, and acknowledged to me that he executed the same. Witness my hand and official seal this 6tb day of April. 190S. My commission expires Nov. 21st, A. D. 1909. Seal W. R. F1TTS. Notary Public In and for State of Nevada, Humboldt Coaaty. Territory of Arizona, Yuma County. On this 1st day of May, 1903, personally ap peared M. O. Archibald and Henry Kearney before me, a notary public in and for the County of Yuma, and Territory of Arizona, and being known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the foregoing instrument, acknowledged to me that they executed the same. "Witness my hand and official seal this 1st day of May, 19G8. My commission expires June fi, 1911.' Seal THOS. D. MOLLOY, Notary Public. Yuma County, Arizona. Territory of Arizona, ' ss - County of Yuma, f " Before me, J. M. Polhamns, County Record er in and for the County of Yuma, Territory of Arizona, on this day personally appeared M. A. Andrews and II. B. 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