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THE ALBUQUERQUE WORMING JOURMAL, SATURDAY. JUNE 17. 1911.
GURRY VALUATION! I Milwaukee's new milk expert JMalloy s 1.111 U'' war. a si The Home of the X and the Eagle Here visitors are cordially welcomed and are shown the result of over fifty years unswerving loyalty to the highest ideals of Quality and Purity. Here they learn the reasons why "The Old Reliable" King of all Bottled Beets stands alone at the top of the world's best brews. Its mildness and exquisite taste remains always the same, because it is brewed only from the cream of each year's Barley crop and from the most costly Saazer Hops grown. Bottled only at the Anheuser-Busch Brewery St. Louis, Mo. C. W. Kunz Distributor Albuquerque New Mexico 1 1 ON MEET MG OF MILITARY SC H 00 T Clnistian . Endeavor Societies Will Observe "New Mexico Day" With Rally Sunday Night at Presbyterian Church Til'1 Yoiiiik I 'tople's. Society el' 1i i-ist inn Kmleavor of the "oiiiroa lI'Miul, rrc.sljyterian ami Lutheran (hurrhes will hold ;. Joint mectine, at the l'loshyti rian church on Sunday, June tho 1 Mil, at l:Sn p. in. This mtrvtillK is dosinnat d ".New .Mexico Day" l,y tile I'llited Soiii-tie Of Chrls tiun Fiidouvor and u specially prcpar i'd promum is planned for the vari ous sorii tii'H throughout the hrri tnry, to ho followed out at the de i otimiu nioetitiKs on that Hay. Tim Mies of the local society hope by luiiiliining tin- membership at this union mr.-tiim io ci'i'ati' a ureal or de cree or enthusiasm in Christian lin ili'ioor work ami to that mil have n i li.irtioiiiMl tln program so that ouch K'lcit'ty will have a part in the ser- V ilTS. Territorial Secretary K. 1 Uobln '"ii of Santa Ft", Is hooked to he present anil take a part in thf nirrt liar. Territorial Vice I'reslihnt II. L. Snyder of A!bmiueriue "ill conduct tlii' services. Tho Endeavorers extend a lordial Invitation to all to lie pres et. l-'olluwiiiK I" an outlino of the lTiiKrum: Sun;; Service. Preparatory service or by several. Scripture reailliiji, l ied WecrU. Iiph. 5 Mci'ulluni. , sentence pray- Kph. 4:;!u-2ti, : I -a, Miss I .aura Texts that speak of sraee unil liitv. Members from the three socle. lies. I-ci uder's npeiiliiK rebarks. .Selection, Qtiurtctte from I'resbyter liin society, i' lioral participation. Selection, Male Quartette from Lutheran and ( 'onuri'Kat ioti.il socie ties. lUmarks, Arthur li. I'. I'nbliison, "''Uif.'irv N. Al Cff-riTij; rr I iieui. State I "H'lst t ill lin- "'aver work. i't.pni I'cin dirtloii. Near Oakland, Ctiforiu nnlv Wiittvin'1! College on the Iicillc CnaM, ""lcif! 1 KK j. Near two great L'nivcritie. I'M dimaie throughout thf year. Kntinnce jTtf K- '.tl ti.it inn rt'(iiiiemtnt t'tiivalrnt to th'Kc 0f Stanford and I'tiivrrsity of California. ''"M, (tones for science w.th motirnj cinip n"'l,t Kxct-IUtit uoport unit its -r home "'I'Miiics, library Mmly, music and n.. Mb!t jevninat-iiiiu. Special can- for health J7, "tnK nts, ont-donr life rrcsiilnit. LnrMa Ctron. A, M.t l.itt. 1).. I,L. f. lror ijt.i(.y,,P ni,(rc!j Secretary, Mill Collie 1' I'.foi ma. CHICHESTER S PILLS - 1 III' ll I t Mil V I) 1(11 4 li l'ruirill. A,. ' rl 111 ) Ml H.TI R I IHAMuMt lilll.Ml iMI.I.s, I, , i n k it., n -I.SilevI AUtfl Klu' '5 S010 BV DNlfiGISTS LVtRVWHtRE tST m HEALTH 10 MOTHER AMD CHILI: WlMKIn-.V Stl'.THINO Svni ! 'lUt t"'. li", . ' '' ""I t:.'t'V M-.AHSI.v MII.I.IkNm "I Z'.'IHI.I. S , ,.ir i HI I.llKl.N Wlllt.K ''I l iUMl, iOi l-KRI'Ut'T M CCI-S l '"l III 1 ll. (-nil II MH'TI-NS tlir (.1 lt ' -I.AVsiill l-AIN , Ct Khs IMH.ul.IC. n" "I if lKf-l iniu-ily i.-r lilAKKIIil.A. ll H u i , ' ' lv ImiinlPsi. He hiu mnl f,.r "l,n n.i., SKiilnnt Sv-nip.'1 nn-l WkA' ou gthi I PEOPLE fc!i7A .l, , l., n.-.i:kV 1 V 'll "'-I nh !' Hl'l-ii. V r Vyl JmL h. ,iili.-p lnr r T..r v 1 Of l'niif.11. A.. I fl'IfM JI:.'rFHJ y r L bAIri HONORED For. Third Successive Time Roswell Institute Is Classed By Uncle Sam as "Distin guished" Institution Sureiul CorrrHinilrnce to Mnrnlns Jnuraal Kot'.well, X. .M., June li. I''-':- the third successive time, the Xew Mexi co military institute has been classi fied by the I'nlteil .States war depart ment as one of the ten best military schools in I In- union. Considering mat the Institute Is but thirteen years old, this record is re markable. All ol the other schools which have been in existence for years, nuine of them even boasting of the lai t that they are more than a hundred yiais old. I'ur this youns school to spring up in the territory of Xew Mexico, in a commonwealth which has not yet been admitted to the union as a state and to rank as the eiiial of the great military schools of New York. Pennsylvania, Virginia and South Carolina, as well as those of the middle west goes farther than anything else to show what Xew Mexi co Is capable of accomplishing. To be distinguished by the war de partment Is an honor coveted by every military school In tho I'nltcd States. Officers from the war college are Boni out each year to Inspect a hundred or more institutions, and from their reports the classification is made. The following telegram explaines Itself: Wa.vhington, 1). C, June 10, mil. president New Mexico Military Insti tute, Kosw-ell. X. M. On report of college Inspection boird Institution under your control is desig nated as one of ten whose .stuUcius have exhibited greatest application and proficiency in military training hnd knowledge as ontemplated by "General orders 231 or 1SI0X. War de partment announcement will be made 111 Oeneral orders from war depart ment bv order of secretary of war. Mot'AIN, Ad.iiitint (ieneal. The Xew Mexico Military Institute lias first reeognir.ed by the war de partment In the fuimmer of 1D09, at which time Ocneral Lieu iviih chief of Unit. H ifflj Hgntn placed on the distinguished list In June, If 10. There fore, recognition for this Scar gives tiff - school three succc:Kie years on the dist inguislic I list. Last year it was nnoiTu-i illy report ed that the New Mexico Military In stitute ranked as third in the dis tinguished list. The uflicial report, however, from the war department pimply places It among the first ten without assigning a special position In that irroun. lty belliR p.aced In the distinguished list., the Xew Mexico Military Insti tute is a forded the unusual privilege of reeoiii mending two of its graduates one as principal the other as alternate, who are entitled upon certain condi tions to commission!) us second lieu tenants in the I'niteil Ktat s nriuv. In this limited respect. New Mexico's school Is recognized and nforded t'm same privilege as West I'oltit. West I'oliit. of course, having a right to commission all of her gradu itcs as second lieutenants while tin- New Mini, o .Military Institute can send but on,, man to the arm. The prin cipal thing to be considered, however, is Hie fact t tin t this young school has received such distinction at the hands of the government. It proves beyond li iUi'Stinii that Hie school is doing a si rout work, or else the army would not continue to recoiniizc ii as one of the i'-n best schools In the union. Whooping onnirli Is not d.imjerouK when the cough Is kept loose ami ex pectoration easy bv- giving Chamber : Iain's Cough K' liieih. l! Ii.m l I .used In ninny epidemics of this ills lease with perfect success. l-'or sale by all dcMcrs. Assessment Rolls .Make Big Showing at Clovis; Ninety- Five Per Cent of Taxes Be Paid. Rl Ut Corratpoad-nra to Murnlnf Ji.art Clovis. X. M., Jim.. 1J. r.i ci,n;yl commissioners of Curry county have I been in session the past few day I checking over the tax schedules and ! looking after other county mutters.! As an evidence of the careful work of Assessor ('. A. 1'opeland lies in the j (act that hut five schedules were chuiiKed. Mr. t'opeland wM complete i his rolls within two weeks, being in all probability, the first nssesor in the territory to chute up this important work. The rolls will show a xross assess ed valuation of approximately 11, S00.000 for Curry county. The tax levy has been reduced to fifteen mill for county purposes, which is Indica tive of economy on the part of the county officials. Tuxes are cumin; in so rapidly this month that Collector C. A. Hroivntnp is having to work over time to keep up with his work. Mr. lrowninjj es timates that between eighty-five and ninety per tent of all taxes will be paid this year. County Superintendent L. C. Mers- felder is pardonably proud of educa- eatlonnl conditions in Curry county. There will not be a school In the coun ty another year levying less than ten mills for school purposes and a ma jority of the schools will levy twenty mills. The county normal will beiu the second of next month and the out look is that the attendance w 11 be the largest In the history of the coun ty. Dr. John II. Vaughn will conduct tli In institute and will have as assist ants Superintendent V. I.. Griffin nf Clovis, and Superintendent W. I riishop of Artesla. WARNING AGAINST APPLE AND PEAR BLIGHT BY EXPERIMENT STATION I'ivks Hulletin No. 17S, New Mexico College of Agriculture ami Me chanic Arts and Agrlcull unil Kxper linent Station, Agricultural College, N. M. Warning galn-t Apple anil 1'car llllgbl. liurliig tbe pahl few wcks several specimens of blighted twigs of apple mid pear trees have been received by the department of I'.lology which show that the blighted conditions of the above mentioned varieties of trees is becoming; more or less nencral throughout the territory. The symptoms of the Tear Ullght which Is caused by the Knelling amy lovorus (liurr. ) Ti c-v. ure ns follows: Within three to fcix weeks after fer tilization of the flower has taken place the young twigs and tips of the branches may begin to wilt and show signs of general blackening, resulting Hun lty In complete, blackening and death of nil the branches and twigs affected. The Infection usually takes place at the time of blossoming und the disease Is usually most abundantly distributed at that time. In the course of time under favorable conditions, a whole branch or tree may be killed as the dlscifxe progresses. Young fruit of both the apple and pear, an Inch In diameter, are often affected; the rapid growth of the organism gorges the fruit with slime which may exude in droplets. The progress of the disease Is often clearly shown by the condition of the bark. Within the diseased nroa the tissues of the bark have a water-soaked appearance and finally blacken and shrivel. Often one side of a limb will be affected while the other side will he' perfectly Bound to all nppearanees In many Instances the bark Is brok en und from the ruptured areas there are exuded droplets of a mini my na ture varying In color from while through brown to black. The only really satisfactory method of controlling tho blight is by cutting out and burning every particle of the disease tissue. The orchardlst should not Mop short of absolute extermina tion in every case, for a few trees ov erlooked may prove the ruin of his entire orchard. In every ease it is necessary to cut well below any ex ternal evidence of the disease. To avoid spreading tile infection, In case the priinlir- tools aceldently cut Into tile diseased tissue, the cutting: blade -bout, l cad, dm,, be disinfected by wiping it with a cloth saturated with a Ptrond solution or corrosive subli mate. (1 purt to HHIO parts of water.) If the wound made by the Incision is large It should be disinfected with the sublimate solution, l'se paiileii lar care to remove and Kt'KX nil the diseased portions. Anv disease, material sent the sta tion for identilii alimi will be carefully examined ami a report sent upon re fiuest. If. S. IIAM.MiiNI). fane IT,, I MM. SENATORS MUST DRINK LESS MINERAL WATER Wai-hlnejoii, June HI Appal cut I.' i uneasy over the rrowlii;. habit of! mini nil water drinkiiiu by nor it.- re ! and their ol.ioe stuffs, Sinntor l.odi;.. Introduced and bad adopted a reyolii- j tioll Which Is expected to heck tin ' eraelice. Th,. resolution invests In Hie committee on audit and control of eoiit iiiKcnt expeusis control of nil ex n ndltiires, for runnliii! expenses of tile Semite The bills for mineral water f,, sen- a 1 1 I'M liflices lie said to have I'Cell niiiisiia II li. m e, fur the senators de mand ami K't the must explosive liriuids. The name splni in niv that I- i -'tti'i-.; ''on o th,. i- bu held resoollsil'le In Sellllo("! Il.l the failure of the summer leiiioiuid. n .'ippelir 'll tile Ullllt,. cbi.it, I IIS. .MS ' i fTT J" '''Oil ITh '"' t-r ' i ! imil ' mirriM - nwnwir a-1-x-iHiii ,i 4nn- , n j? ' -y rv;,i'-W i v. I"''."? 1 .f--.-"-. ( If fl "1 4 ' 1 f,;,,:-::',?i'v:''..'il v,ifJ J1 -.t""1 Coovrlght, Underwood & Underwood, Wilbur 0. Phillips, 'who has been reau of the Milwaukee heiilth department, gained hifch repulo In Now Virk. where he put Into practlue tho theories that were the result, of his careful ntudy of the problem of the nitlk supply fur babies In cities. He has com-1 piled data regarding the milk question In till parts ' of the world; organized an association of milk research physicians; brought about a demonstration of the fact that Umeme nt mothers can themselves modify milk. In accord-, ance with doctor's directions, and in general has done, much to lessen Infant mortality by Insuring ' Pu)"e Rni appropriate milk supply. - TELLS OF BIRTH OF BEET SUGAR Henry Oxnard, Pioneer Refiner, Interesting Witness Before Committee Probing Alleged Monopoly In Business, My Morning .leu rim I Siwial I e l-nl Hlrr Washington, June HI. The story oi the birth of the American Meet Suuur Indtn-try, its trials and temptations ever since and how the oxnard broth ers were enriched by more than'liall a million dollars throuKh "the little transaction" of ndlinu their cane stiKiir refinery In lirooklyn to tho first KiiKar "trust'' In 1XS7. were features in the testimony that Henry T. Ox nard Kuve today to the house sumir liivelii?ating comniiltce. Mr. Oxnard was on the stand all day and will be lollmveil .Monday by James H. Post, president of the N;i tlllial Suuar lle'lnlnii company. Mr. oxnard as.-lKned us his rea son tor (ittemptlna to Introduce the niaklnn of beet sniiar In this country and the sale to the "trust" of his re llncry at lirooklyn, his belief that the Introduction of the hi el sonar Indus try would be "politaMe and patriotic, lie described the bulldUm of the first factories ami then b.l.I the story of the oritanir.ation of tin American licit Sumir company "Of the $:!U. linn. '!"!' si,.-k be said the Oxnard brothers at on., lime own ed sixty per cent, Out i "W p..;...,..- ..n Ij three per cent, lb ' on Id not a limit that this stock was watered, l.siil' iuc that the valuation ol H . iu n.i 1 1. w a- ii limit 1 1 l'.Iiihi, nun wl I. the piel i r rod v., linn, nun ami ' M ? r.V'it,in"i, II h.v III" I l'' .,t .1..''i.i .loin. l.aiiker's I'll I , I" s. II Ill.lllVe ,J.o I,., ' . ' e 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , " ', , , - beet snar in , o the A Hull i -1 1 with 1 ! -iri.u I'lintiair -I. .11. Ifepi-eseot I I I I VMll, ,1 If I" 'innr Heiiitin- mil to Use ll Hie beet suuur n-s by uiitaii nil inu pro es f ii--mri river terrl- v.as 1 1 1 1 . t i II ll e. toi k today was well' tile com moil stm I, al' He was unable to t italiallon was hv l miv Ii. ; t hat vv a Hn lcs." ""Wlm I 111. he i i! . ... slock V" nsl.cd I,', j i ' way of Arkansas. "Tin ic was mi iii the response. The n laliolis in Mi du-try and pa rib iil.nl can l: -et Sii:;ar ei A iioricii a Sum' r lot eliclled many ipu-.tiei At the ufti-riioiiii - utive Al.nlisoii n w u - . i '' I en lily t he A ho i i, 1 1 i i ompany "had in 1 ! power In I 'Mil to dr.v ' refiners out of i.umi compi titlon, I nil is i low cost in ii,,. ,;.-i tore." At fit--1 the H ii--. - t but finally the v ilm "I think It Is a i lh.it It was ilcsiuin n I "Why dl, ii" Ha . I i II lied the eion' r. - -ll'a "Will, lull' i out in I I l Well- to sell .it a I he open III. ll ll. I I'l ild: pi. dion i. ut.' w il ti 'li. - Hi- e les, .11 Hi than dnv SIR! L1 i d. . f'V.' urn K " It i3 .. llii ''ill f 1 " v. H :!Wtfi I'f !l(HWiW N. Y. made secretary of tho child welfare bu of dclhcrv. The- American Sugar Ke linlng company evidently thought l'.v reducing tin- price about the time of our deliveries, that we would he nn ithlc to till our contracts. 1 "1!,H the word 'oiieif saved lis. We told the grocer- cligar could ant be purchased In tin- 'open' market at the reduced rates. If they could, we aiilhorii d them us mir agents to buy a larg." amount for us. They could not do so." LEGAL NOTICES Ti ri Hon- i,( New Mexico. Ofllce of the Secretary. l ltTlli l i: (1' ( IMII'MtlSON. I. Nathan .I.illa, Secretary of the Territory of New Mexii do hereby 1 for roc c.-rtify thai ther,. was cr.l in tbi.i ol'ice at CI in., mi the Tli 1 lei inn I'l. i n o'clock H. lay of Julie, A. H. lull: (crtllicntc of Sloeklioldcrs' on-l.ln-iiilily of -j-hi; sol thw i si i;it mi si II NT (lIMI'tW, NiiiiiInt I.HII, and also, that 1 have compared the followlmr copy of the same, vvllh the. orlelniil thereof now on lile, and ()e. clare It to be a correct tr'iuscript therefrom and of the whole thereof, Clvcii iimler my h ind and the lre.it Seal of the Territory of New Mexico, nt tli,. City of Simla I'e. the Capital, on Ibis i:ilh dav of .lime, A. 1 1. UU 1. (Si all NATH AN .1 A I'l'A, Secietary of New Mexico. Ccrtilicalc of MoeUhol'loiV Aon-l la bllily of Tin-; sol i iiwi si i u ami si: mi;m . This is siclU-d. I I oiul'ir.i i a I named i in,: 1 1 1 . 1 1 to eertlly lllllt the II tl. t r- inc a!! the orlviiial iucor- i' ho hav. filed the I "'tll'"ll ol t lie rtifi ibove l lat- Hle r 7 !i, I ic .1.1 1 I . Hie el In '11 '1 I !c. I. ll In IT i prov ii nm j , in. t ' , ; .--.-Mii.lv ' 1 Mnl-'h I lliel,i..,cl I ' IP!' -Ill I I ' ' .,. II I. eli, t.edilll aled ll" ll iH lib ! w I : Hi I d. I Ic II -. - n . it I i-i il i ' i i v .1 I.. all l-l I . I- II shall 'I Inn ll I.I "lli- .!. i th, ,M' i 1 1 i. pa f III Will CO p. I ,1, d 1 . Per. net.. ii ibis l-'Hi il. 1 1 1 iN. I ,. i ; I ; i is li. i ; i n 1 1 1. Ah Ah '.. id day I Tiii I a I i . 'SI 'I'l i:h IN H 'l-.l, H. ..f New nil .I hi i oi -,- ..I I ;. i ii. ill H.l- I .-in il i i-"Cali l'.U ill I .lull. Ilppl 111 .. HlllS ' 11 I.I I il who hi no I. (lit i i ' , io .'"IIS ill -"I I Hied III. I III I. lOlM I j -ailie .' Ill w il Ii Hi -d i ii i ill mid i -.iiiliil to.- not ill . d. li.i'. In f, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Cantaloupes Dewberries 2 for 25c and 3 for 25c 2 for 25c Watei melons- Fresh Native Cucumbeis 3c lb. ic-3 25 ' California Sweet Cherries Wl,ilc Na,ive Cliflowr 25c lb. 3 lb$-,0r 250 "10 Sweet Cherries Tn;a,0 .. 20c lb. 2 for 35c 15c lb. : " . . , Large Sugar Peas, Las Cruces Apricots . . . 3 lbs- for 25c. 2 lbs. for 25c . pres atjve cabbage Fancy Iced Strawberries gc 2 for 35c . - Young Beets n rA Fancy Iced Loganberries Young Carrots 3 l0' 2 for 35c Young Turnips 1UC Fancy Iced Raspberries Fancy Head Lettuce. 2 for 35c 5c Each. I Blackberries Fresh Potato Chips 2 for 25c 25c II). DON'T fORGET TO ORDER THEY WON'T LAST ALL DAY. Phone 72 LEGAL NOTICES unto set my hand und seal the day and year first above written. (Siunedl JOHN Al. MoollK. (Notariul Seal) Notary I'ublle. My commission expires June 2, 1H13. KM)OHSi:D: No. (1841. Cor. liee'd. Vol. 6, l'au" US. Cerlll'lcate of Stoi kholilcrs' Non-l.la-blllty of TI1K SofTIIWKSTKUN AMl'Si:- MK.N'T COMI'ANV. Filed in ofllce of Secretary of New j. Mexico. June i:i, 1U11; 11 a. m. NATHAN JAI'KA. Secretary. Compared C. h. io At. II. I Terrlti ry of New Mexico, County of I llernallllo. us. j This iiiMtrutuent was filed lor rec lord on the I'.th day of June, 1911, Hi i i'JTi o'clock, p. m. Hecordeil In Vol. ' C," Misc. liecorils I of said county, folio r..1. A. K. WALK Jill, ' Itecorder. l!y IDA I.. ri.I MMlili, lupuly lleeorder. Territory of New Mexico, office of the Secretary. ri.in li M Ai i: or coMCAitisox. I, Nathan Jaffa. Secret ir; of Hie Territory of New Mexico, (i hereby certify that there was fl id for rec ord In this ofllce ut Kiev en o'clock u. m.. on the Thirteenth day of Ju if. A. I). Hill; Articles of lucornral!oii of 'I II K StH THW I STI lt AMI Sli. MI'NT COM PAN Y, No. IIKIII. and als. i, that 1 have compiir'd Hie following copy of the same, with the original thereof on rile, and decl.i-j It to be a correct traiiKcript t-ii-i'n-froin ali-l of the whole tlp'tcof tilven under my liatnl ami th- ' r ett Seal of Hie T rrUorv of New M v f ". '! at Hi,. ''it id Santa I'e, the I'ai i'i, J on thin mh day of .lull". A. I H'l1. '''"I (Sal) NATHAN .1 A I'l'A. "' I Sei l-cllirv III New M.-Xleo. I,v i i ei til ii ate of lncorpor.it hoi o ' ' ; i iii-: si i'tiivksti:i:n a.mi'si;- n ' M KNT CiiMI-ANV. til. lllnlel sn' lle'l, III ' I'l' r " rpoi at nm : m in po i s I- fdnled, ninlel .H'o pur "- 1 "i in a . In-1 '-in. 1 1 1 ' .ii' I" lii. prov is ion an '"I ''" -, l,i -lain i s-.ciiii.; in I d T r ;f ' ' :. ,', i N-v. .M"'.l''i, I ill .1 1 'I Mi - - (. 1 1 ;ni Iiii, Hie Corf H ll and I 1"V i "n ,,, i li" id "I ' " I por.il lor M I. on.., , .in ! Mo 1UI t ll.-l ill illU, I In 1 1 1: 1 1 III .Hid ol'i i, I'litsaiis. A PI roved Mai. b 1 "'. I '' do her bv c rtilv in' lollows: 'rhe em iioliilc name is 'I'l 1 hi S' il "I'l i W KS I'liHN AMI si-;mi:'i rilll'A. V. Willi Joseph II. HlHlell, as Hi ni.-ent upon whom m rv i. c of pr.n ss n tie be hail, and lis pi in. ipal nil: chutl be sllnaled III All.lliil' r- l(l'i. New Mexico. t-'al'j pi,,, oblcls lor which this cor- IS' nil I in,,, u esinlilisli.il .'ii-e Io oruaiily.c. ' s' "' 1 I nu n and carry mi, a general theatrl " .lit or fdiow business Inchnliiii! vaude ville, moviiiiv plcliil'es, iiieliaiicile, and I'H I, - - I ii i iv ollie,- Inislinss pertaliilnn to uli - d .lie.ej.ll I e e tl I e I I : I i 11 II 1 ell I , of vvhlllsoever till and .lio-l . , lie or ,Ii.hs, lei'al and iillowiildc nil Hie pel- d'l I lie lllWS ol I lie T.llltol) Id NctV have exe i MevP o; to buy. Sell lilld lllnrll.'ll'' H'lll ; entnte and per-oiml propertv: In pin - . i liuse, or itlieiwi-e a.'iille ;-.o"lls, unre.u and properlv of everv el'i's land ib'si i 1 1 .1 loii , ami Io led. I. own YOUR BERRIES EARLY aloy 216 W. Central LEGAL NOTICES liiorti'aKe, sell or uthenviao illHpimo of, trade, dial In, or operate th same. 3. The authorized capital stock of the corporation Is the sum or Klv Thousand Dollars U&.UOO) divided Into five thousand (fi.OOU) shares of the pnr vuluV of One Dollar (11. UO) eai h. 4. The names and postofflce ad ilretseg of the Incorporators, and the number of shares or capital stock subscribed for by each, I he aKftreMale of which Hhall be the amount with which the corporation will commence business, are as follows; i Shares. Jot-eph H. Huston, Al- buiiueriiiie. X. M. . .4-K Hil-.i8.0U Kdwln I.. 1 1 rose, Albti- iUerrue, N. M 1 1 B0 Joel 11. liood, Alliu- ciict'nuc, X. Al 1 I. Oil fJlHMl t50H0. (1(1 5. The time for which tbla corpor ation slmll exist sluill be fifty year. 6. Tho number of Dlreclom shall be three, and the names and address es of the Directors who are appoint ed for tho first three months, or un til their suei ohsoi'k are duly chosen by the stockholders, are as follows: Joseph 11. 1 1 u .st on, Alliniiieriiie, New Mexico, Kdwln I-. llrose, Alliuipier ipie. New Mexico, and Joel It. Hood, Albutiiei'iUe, New Jlexlcn, and tho name i f the person upon whom pa pers can be si rved is Joseph II. Hus ton, 7. The board of Directors shall have full power and authority ti make by-laws for Hie eovol'iimrnt of the corporation. IN WITNKSS Willi 1 1 lio,.-. We have, hereunto set our hands and seals Ibis twelfth day of June, !!!!!. IMiepcd) Ji iSlil'll II. Ill'SToN. (Seal I liDWIV I. CltosK. (Sciili .h ilil, It. i li a ill. (Seal) Territory ol Now Mi'i'n. Coiintv of Itertmlillo. -ss. i Hi I Ins t wi HHi il.'.v "I .lime. 1 ! 1 1. person iU apo. ai.-il In ion- in,- Joseph II. I.i"l"ii, Kdw in Hi- , and Joel .od, vio a . 1, line, n In Hie ti) be i- ,! i I i . ill tl"- io:ci;o in. "i, ii, 'I I hey y, v cf.illy ... I I ii if tin y t-l.; I and : -i 1 In ir ! r in I ami ui.es lonl pni pose.-- Ihire- Hi. 1 ' "I, I'l tl 'Si mii ,1 i .Ii 'UN M. AlooKK. ,'ol.nv Public, I Hi i iia 1 1 1 1 o i 'ounty. it a i ia 1 S '.il. I My c 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ,s s o 1 1 e,picH .hllle L', 1111,1 K.N In -l-SliD: o. i, sin, I 'or. Hi i ll. o. I,. l' i;e I I ",. I t n ' 1 1 -1, "(' I In ol io,-. Hon of Tllli S"l Tl I liSTIi It N A.Ml'SI.'. Al KNT CHMI'A.N. filed In ofhee of Secretary of New Mexico, June I .'!. I H I I ; II a. in. NATHAN JAFFA, Hocrelary. Coin pat ed C. 1-'. K. to Al. II. Territory of New Mcxb o. Counly of I 'a l nalillo. ss. This Inst rii in i-i 1 1 was tiled for rec ord mi the I 'th da ol Juno, I It 1 1 , al I..'". oi lock. p. in. li. . ol'lleil in Vol. "C Misc. liecoids id said i mint v . folio ii.' A. C. WAI.Klill. l;corder l! l. A I.. 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