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I ?! I. ' 4 J j ' ' ' ' I .WIIM(MK(MKMM(1. ,r Saturday, March 25, 1005 SONORA SIFTI'JGS. Last week Mr. II. S. Martin, superintendent of the Tarasca mine, near Torres, was a visitor at He rmosillo. Eight carloads of machinery for the Black Mountain Mining Com panv at Cerro Prieto, have crossed the line at Nogales this week. Mr. II. II. Light of Hermosillo, the well known engineer, was out last week in the vicinity of Verde Grande engaged making surveys of mining claims. From the Tompiate mine, about & league west from Imuris, ship ments are being made of high grade ore, carrying good values in copper, gold and silver. To Organize Corporations in Mexico. "The OAPrs Incorporating Bur' eau," recently organized and now in operation, ha extended the scope of its plan, and in addition to organizing completely corpora tions under the laws of Arizona, lias now perfected arrangements to organize corporations under the Commercial Law of Mexico and to protocolize in Mexico American corporations organized to transact business in that republic. Before a foreign corporation can hold property or transact business in the republic of Mexico it has to be "protocolized," a legal proceed ing whereby a certified copy of its articles of incorporation or charter, vised and authen icated by a Mex ican consul in the country where the articles or charter may have been framed, with powers of attor ney, appointment of agents, ,etc, are filed with proper authority, and power granted to transact business. That work "The Oasis Incorporating Bureau" is prepared to attend to for American corpora tions to operate in Mexico, having secured the services of a very cap able, efficient and-experienced at torney. Frequently instead of protocol izing the American corporation in Mexico there is organized under the laws of the republic a corpora tion which holds the property and transacts the business of the cor poration, and all the stock of the Mexican corporation is held by the American company. A notable instance is that of the Greene Con solidated Copper Company. In Mexico the Caminea Consolidated Copper Company, a Mexican cor poration, holds all titles, owns all property and conducts all the bus iness of the great enterprise at Can ' anca. All the shares in that com pany are the property of the Greene Consolidated Copper, Company an American corporation. Organiza tion of companies in both Mexico and the United States, to be oper ated in that way, is now a part of the plan and scope of "The OAsrs Incorporation Bureau." Each method above outlined has its advantage, which will be ex plained by applying to "The Oasis Incorporation Bureau." The cost of protocoling- an American corporation in Mexico is about $200 gold, to which has to be added the federal duties of one dol lar gold per $1000 of capitalization. For instance the duty upon a ca pitalization of one million dollars would be one thousand dollars. That sum would be in addition to ..'(. ! i' ., jr J 1 1 , t i iii of ! ' 'J .-it "f org trdJug ' orpor uti'fh nndrr tf" "uui ri ', bw nf Mf-xi'-o h about !UH M'-xi'-ih mo ney (.f 20O gold) which incT u (! all Ivi', ftarnp, registration, t'H'k cer tificates, minute book and share register and the complete legaliza tion of the corporation, making it ready to transact business. To that'is added the federal duty upon capitalization of one dollar upon each one thousand dollars. To or ganize a company with a share capital of $10,000 Mexican money, would cost $400 Mexican money, and the capitalization duty would be onlv ten dollars Mexican mon ey. " Full details will be presented upon application. Address The Oasis Incorporation Bureau Nogales, Arizona. The First National Bank. The attention of our readers is called to the official statement of the condition of the First National Bank at the close of business March 14th, 1005, which is published in another column of this issue. By comparison with the last preced ing statement we find that the volume of business transacted has steadily grown, now aggregating nearly'$200,000. The capital stock was recently increased to $50,000, doubling the stockholders, liability and further safeguarding the many depositors of the institution whose deposits now foot up over $120,000 and increasing each month. The affairs of the First National Bank are managed in a most conservative manner and the institution well merits the confidence placed in it by our citizens. Court in April. It is stated authoritatively that Judge Doan has ordered the draw ing of juries in Santa Cruz county for a term of court beginning the first Monday. in April, which will be upon the third day of that monthone week from next Mon day. This will be cheering news to many litigants whose cases have dragged along several months. Judge Doan is noted for the prompt despatch of business, and it is very likely that ere the term closes the calendar will be cleared. Eligible Residence Property. Lot 17 Block 16, Nogales townsite, upon the hill overlooking Morley avenue, immediately Kuth and east from the Court House grounds, has been subdivided into forty-two elegant residence lots, 50x125 feet each, (a number being of dimen sions yet larger) and they are of fered for sale cheap. This will prove one of the most eligible and desirable residence localities in Nogales. For terms and prices apply to George B. Marsh Nogales, Arizona. Nogales, March 25, 1005. tf. M M m otol Almada Dining (loom C DAY MAS, SCfiORA, MEXICO t Ai sciirs ash uom rkovmoNrrj f on SMI IMG PARTIES ON IHf f.U t Write for Hates and Particulars ' . I tm ' j mi m, i , i m m j wj I m . t To Rent. Nicely furnished rooms in pleas ant neighborhood by the week or month. Apply to E. L. Crowell,! The Daniels. tf. j Accounts Solicited. Unexcelled Facilities Ollered. j The First National Bank of Nogales Capital Stork - $ 50,000. Shareholders' Liability 50,000. Total Liability - - 100,000. Nooales, Arizona, U. S. ft; uasammamamaBes SO BE A.GENT Csrlos For the sale of Lands in the State of Sonora granted by the president of the Mexican Republic to General Francisco Olivares, in the Hermo sillo, Ures and Altar Districts of Sonora. Residence, Hotel Cambuston, Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. Office, Room 20, Hotel Cambuston. Office Hourt to 1U A, M. it to 1. IVI. Dry Goods and pi R2X2OTR" Mining Supplies, ! Groceties. ; Powder, Fuse,Etc. RAMON BSQUER dentkV'-aSrM?tSi La Colorada and Primavera, Sonora. Foreign Exchange Life Insurauee Co." BRANCH AT WA6DAIENA. Bought and Sold. mmmmm double m irfrrttrrjTTTfraTt DAILY TRAIN SERVICE j- VT.- 1 Art- BETWEEN THE WEST AND EAST liiiitel AND Chicago Flyer f 9 Ask the Ticket Agent and insist on a ticket via this route, "Best Meals on Wheels." 1 fc.-. ....... .u. iH.i..tii. j, t,. , ft 1Z, i agi' AJL.-, i .-.4 . ij v, i CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Couch Syrup. Tastes Good. ; Use in time. Sold tj druggists. r L.4 mt y n I a 1 7 S A. N. BROWN, OenL I'nss. ARt. El Paso, Tex.