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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29th, 1922.
niE COPPER ERA PAGE SEVEN! IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF GREENLEE COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA. , .. 777-B NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY The State of Arizona. riaintiff, vs. Adolph . Fritz, Defendant. ' Under and by virtue of an execu tion issued out of the Superior Court of .Jrcomee County State of Ail-z..otl- in an action wherein The State of Arizona was Plaintiff, and Adolph Fritz Defendant, upon jutlgmen. rendered on the 8th dify at May 22 in; favor of ' said Plaintiff and aeains' said Defendant, for tha sum of Twentv three and 42100 Dollars (S93 49). current lawful money.: oi the United States of America with interest and costs, I" have thu d y Ld upon all the right title, claim and interest of said Defendant, m and to the following described prop erty, to-wit: - Lots 5, 6. 7, 30, 31, 32, .Block I Bianes Addition to Clifton, Greenlee County, Arizona. .. Notice is hereby given that I will, on the 14th day of January 1923 at 'int a M. of said day, at the Court. House Door of Greenlee County, State of Arizona, sell at a....wi for current lawful inoney of the United States of Amen ca, all the right, title, claim and in terest of said Defendant -in and, to the above described property, or as miich'.thereot as. may necessary to satisfy said judgment, with inter ;rand cosu. with accruing costs, .to- th highest JWdder. for-c ah. - - Dated Decern aer v- - " JOHN B. BKAiWM"i- ' -Deputy Sheriff. . : 12-8-4 tc SHERIFF'S SALE . No. 782-B The State of Arizona, Plaintiff, VS. . . : . Ben Standatied," Defendant. rrn Ku uirtuet of-an Execu- LUUCI ci.v. j ' . nm - - . J n i. rA MIT, Hi tion and order oi bw . 4t.A Cunarlnr I filirE Ui. T lie uvuu.j G-eenlee, State of Arizona, on the Ar, nf October 1922. and - o. sheriff duly directed and delivered, on 'the judgment rendered In said Court, in the above-entitled action, on the 20th day of October 1922, for the sum of Two hundred thirty eight and 3o100 Dollars (238.35) current lawful money of . the United States of America, . . a -....,. T hava tnlfi with interest mm , " ,7i" day levied upon all the right, title, claim and interest of. .said defendant in and to the following described Personal . property Tferness and Saddles. -2 Horses, izu Cattle, 12 Steers, 3 Bulls, situated in Creenlee County Arizona. - I will, at the Court House door of the said County of Greenlee, at the ."hour of 10 o'clock A. M., on Monday the 14th day of Janunary 1923, sell at public auction to the highest and best . bidder for cash, in lawful -mone.v of the United States, all the Tight title, claim and interest ol wo above named defendant in, of and to the above-described sroperty, or so much thereof as may be- neces sary to satisfy said judgment and costs of suit, and all accruing costs. Dated December 5th, 12. JOHN B. BRADBERRY, Sheriff. By HARVEY T. GRADV, Deputy Sheriff. 12-8-4tc 4(4 THE SUPERIOR COURT OF GREENLEE COUNTY, STATE OF AR4ZONA. 788-B NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PttOPERTY The State of Arizona, Plaintiff, vs. "W. S Lewis, Defendant. v. viriim mnf an ex eel i ,.f th Simrior-Court of Greenlee County. State of Ari - in .T, .nt'nn whprein me if liHznna WAS Plaintiff, and W. S Lewis Defendant, upon a judgment rendered on the 8th day of May 1922 in favor of said Plaintiff and against said Defendant, for the sum of Six teen and S0100 Dollars ($16.80), cur rent lawful money of thp United States of America, with interest and costs, I have this day levied upon all the right, title, claim and inter est of said Defendant in and to the follwing described property, to-wit: Lot 7, West Clifton Block 9, In Clifton, Greenlee County, Arizona, Notice Is hereby given that I will, ri th lith dav of-,January ra 10-00 o'clock A M. of said day, at Ihe - Court House Door of Greenlee the Wu"."ou.T. ell at County, State of Arizona, sen at Tublic Auction. lor current a u. money of the United States ot Amen-; ca all the right, 'title, claim and in-1 terest ot said Defendant in and to; the above described property, or as ; much thereof as may be necessary 1 to satisfy said judgment, with inter-1 est and costs, with -accruing costs,;, to the highest bidder, for cash. Dated December 5th, 1922. f JOHN B. BRADBERRY, Sheriif. : By HARVEY T. GRADY, - Deputy Sheriff. 12-S-4tc IN THE SUPERIOR COURT GREENLEE COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA. . NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY The State of Arizona, Plaintiff, . . vs. Bi-n F Worley, Defendant. i-ir nnd bv virtue of an execv i:, n iqupd out cf the Superior Court ni-f-enlsc County, Ctate of An- vonn in an action wherein The Stata : this dav lnvicd upon ' all the rift'!--of Arizona was riaintift, and Bon ' titl?:. claim Rnd intoreyt "f said L p worley Defendant, upon a juds-j fniidant iu and to the foHowir-s? de: r,"f.n reriic'-ed on the Sth day of May. cribe.i propertv. 1.o-vi: 1922, in 'favor' of said Plaintiff and) NV; of SM.i: .SW'VI. of SW'i -oin:t saiu ueieiiuaui, km lc num T-Plve and jww uonars ixa.- 7S current lawful money of the i & M., l?i) acres in Greenlee County coriiorntion : tile ae'iuisition, iiu'-c-uo . , is especially prr.cu ; - T-- ' -Vrl'ted States of America, with "in-j Arizona. sale or oilu'i- i'i:-.--.,iti!n ef ti e -. . iing cliildren for colds. croup a';d t r-t and costs. I have this dayj Notice is hereby given that I will, I stocks, IxhkN. i;r el'i. r :-e, -:;r:i ies .f , 'looniinr -ouh. as it i.l'.v.sy : ;rd -. i -'ed upon all the right, title, claim on the ltth day oT January la2.",'at other companies, -orperation. or in- o.niek relief and i.t fi iroii w vi.a and ii' terest of &aid JJiViiduiU i.i J0:00 o'clock A. M. of said day. at dividuals, and in general to do and. and other harmful d: ,.2S. . and to the following described prop erty, to-wit: West Clifton Lot, 11 Block 7, Situated in Clifton, Greenlee County, Arizona. Notice is hereby given that I will, on the 14tli dav of January 1923 at 10:00 o'clock A. M. of said day, at the Court House Door of Greenlee County, State of Arizona, sell f.t public Auction, for current lawful monsy of the United States of Ameri ca, all the right, title, claim and in terest of said Defendant in and tc; the above described property, or as much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with v inter est and costs, with accruing costs, to the highest bidder, for cash. .- Dated December oth, 1922.. JOHN B BRADBKRRY, Sheriff. By HARVEY T. GRADY, - Deputy Sheriff. 12-S-4tc IN " THE SUPERIOR COURT OF GREENLEE COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA. NOTICE OF, SALE OF REAL . PROPERTY The ; State. of...Arizpna, ' Plaintiff, vs. Charles -C. Shepard, Frederick A. Ingalls and Dell M. Potter. Defen dants. ; ' . . '. Under and by virtue .of an execu tion issued out of the Superior Court of Greenlee County, State of Ari zona in an action'wherein The State of Ari2ona was Plaintiff, and .Charles C. Shepard, iFred'erick A,,., Ingalls and tie ii m. fotter Derendants, upon - a judgment' rendered on the 2nd day of October, 1922, In favor ' of said Plaintiff and, 'against, said Defendant, for tlie sum " of Two thousand . one hnndred sixty, . six. . and .07! IpO Dollars z,icb.ojt current lawful-money of the United, States! of America, with interest' and costs,. I have.. this day levied upon all th,e right, title, claim and Interest of said Defendant ' iri aid to the following described prop Patented Mining Claims situated iu Greenlee .County, Arizona, iri Green- lee . Gold .Mountain Mining District, in Secsv7, and 18, ,T. 4S,;.R. 30E,much thereof as may he necessary G.' ft S. R. .B. ft. M., and under the to satisfy said, judgment, with inter- loc&uon names as lioiaen opnir. Nos. 1, 2, 3, '4;'5 6, 7, 8, 9, 10' It, 12, 13, 14, 15, arid 16, Anchor, Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4. '. Notice is hereby, given that I "will, on the 14th day. of January 1923 at 10:00 o'clock. A. M. . of said day," at the Court House -Door of Greenlee County, State of Arizona,. . sell at public j Auction, for current' lawful money of the United States' of Ameri ca, all the right, title, claim and in terest of said Defendant in and to the above described property, or as much thereof as may-be necessary to satisfy said judgment, 'with inter est and costs, with accruing costs, to the highest bidder, for cash. Dated December 5th, 1922. JOHN B. BRADBERRY, Skeriif. By HARVEY T. GRADY, Deputy Sheriff. 12-S-4tc IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF GREENLEE COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA. ' : 795-B NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY j The State of Arizona, Plaintiff, vsi Polaris Mining and Milling Com pany,. Defendant. Under and by virtue ef an execu tion issued out of the Superior Court of Green'ee Coimty. State ?f Ar? zora in an action wherein The State ef Arizona was Plaintiff,'- and Polaris Mining and Milling Company, De feadaat, upon a judgment rendered on the 2nd day ef October 1922 in favor of said Plaintiff, and against said Defendant, for the sum of One Hundred-eighty .and 64:100 Dollars ($180.64), current lawful money ef the United States of America, with interest and costs, I have this day levied upon all the right, title, claim and' interest of said Defendant in ; and to the following described prop- . "-j, -" NE',2 of SE: NW.of NE14, Sec. 7, Twp. 4S, R. 30E, in Greenlee Coun ty Arizona, 120 acres. --Notice is hereby given that I will, on thev14th day of January 1923 at 10:00 o'clock A. M. of said day, at the Court House door cf Greenlee County, State of ' Arizona, sell at public auction, for current lawful money of the United States of Ameri ca, all the right, title, claim and in terest of said Defendant in and to the above described property, or, as much thereof as' may be necessary ! to satisfy said judgment, with inter- s" """w ",lu,5 to the highest bidder, for cash. Dated December th. 1922. JOHN B. BRADBERRY, Sheriff. HATJVp.v t r.Rinv - Deputy Sheriff. 12-8-4tc N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF GREENLEE '-COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA. : 792-B ' .. v ' ' " J' . NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY i The State of Arizona, Plaintiff, i vs. C. Id. Short. Defendant. Under and 1y virtue cf an execu tion issued out of the Superior Court of Greenlee County. St;(te of Av" Konp in an action wherein The ;-'iatP of Arizona was Plaintiff,; and ('. M. Short Defendant, upon a judgment rendered the Nth day of Mny in favor of said Plaint i?'Z ;md against said Defendant, for the puni of One Hundred forty two and i;3!T-0 Hol lars ($M 2.0'5). curro'it '..iwl'ul im-nev of the Unitod St-.itos of America, with interest mid costs, I )ia"o! , ,r,-,, .,i ,-.r.r, aii'i n v oi .-v vv i.i s.c.i: .-,,. i. k. ..mi-,, t,. t. a. ji. the Court House Door of Greenlee County, State of Arizona, sell at public Auction, for current lawful money of the United States of Ameri ca, all the right, title, claim and in terest of "said Defendant in and to the above described property, or as much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with inter est and "costs, with accruing costs, to the highest bidder, for cash. Dated December r.th. 1922. JOHN B. BRADBERRY, Sheriff. By HATiVEY T. GRADY, Deputy Sheriff. 12-8-4tc IN THE SUPERIOR COURT Or GREENLEE COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA. 793-B NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY The State of Arizona Plaintiff, s. - , Mrs. C. M. Short, Defendant. Under and . by virtue of an execu tion issued out of the Superior Court of Greenlee County, State of Art son in an action wherein The State of Arizona was Planitiff and Mrs. C. M-. Short Defendant, upon judgment rendered on the 8th day of May 1922 in favor of said Plaintiff and against said Defendant, for the sum of Two hundred seventeen and 321100 Dollars ($217.32) current lawful money or the United States of -.America, with interest and costs, I have this day levied upon all the right,' title. claim and interest of said Defen dant. in and .to the following describ ed property, to-wit : "SE., SE Sec. 33, T. 5S, R. 30E. 40 acres. Lots 1,;3, 4, Sec. 3, T. 6S R : 30E,. . 5.96 Acres, . situated in Greenlee County, - Arizona. .. . . Notice IT hereby given that ' I will, on the 14th day of January .i 923 at 10: 00 o'clock A. M. : of ,'said :day, " at the Court House Door .of Greenlee County, State of Arizona, .'sell at public Auction, for .. current lawful money of the United States of Ameiir ca, all the right, title,' claim and.iu- iterest ot saiff': Defendant in and to J the above described property, or as est and costs, with . accruing, costs, to .tne nignest Didder,... for. -cash. -Dated December 5th 1922. JOHN B. BRADBERRY, Sheriff. By HARVEY T. GRADY, Deputy Sheriff 12-8-4tc STATE OF ARIZONA OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION UNITED STATES Of AMERICA) STATE OF ARIZONA V"' The . Arizona Corporation Commis sion does hereby certify that the annexed is a true 'and complete transcript of the ARTICLES OF IN-" CORPORATION OF THE GREEN LEE GOLD ft VANADIUM MINES. INC., which were filed in the office of said Arizona Corporation Commis sion on the 2"6th day of September A. D. 1922. at 10:00 o'clock a. m. as provided by law. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. The Arizona Corporation Commission, by its Chairman, has hereunto set its hand and affixed its Official Seal. Done at tUe City -of Phoenix, the Capital, this 26th dav of September A. D. 1922. (SEAL) . I . ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION D. F. JOHNSON, Chairman. ATTEST: J. K. McBRIDE, Secy. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE GREENLEE GOLD & VANA DIUM MINES, INC. . KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That we, Ernest E. Frye. Thos. S. Smith, P. H. Patter son, and W. B. Kelly, do hereby as sociate purselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the Iaws of the State if Ari zona, and for this purpose we do hereby adopt the following Articles of Incorporation: ARTICLE I. The names of the incorporators are as hereinabove set forth, and their residence and post office addresses are as follows : Ernest E. Frye, Metcalf, Arizona, Thos. S; Smith Clifton Arizona. P. H. Patterson, Clifton, Arizona, W. B. Kelley. Clifton, Arizona, The- name of the corporation is THE GREENLEE GOLD tc. VANA- uiuM mines, inc., and the prin cipal-place of transacting business shall be at the Town of Clifton Green lee County, Arizona, at which ' place the meetnigs of stockholders and the Board of Directors shall be had and held, provided that the stock holders of this corporation may. at any general meeting, or any special meeting called for such purpose, es tablish other ' and different places for holding the meeting of stock holders and directors. ARTICLE II. The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted shall be s follows: The purchase, acquisition, lease and sale of 'gold, silver, vana dium, n,nd riiher mines and minim-1: property: the working, operation, and maintenance of same: the hold ing, purchase and selling of real estate, useful or convenient, for the purpose of its business, and the mort gaging or leasing thereof: the" con struction and maintenance of reser voirs, waterworks, dams ami aciine ducts and operation of mil's, smelt ers tnd reduction plants useful and l'ecesssiry for the business of treat in'. smoltiii!;. .:! refin'tns 'prold. sil ver, coimer ;i;m1' v;ir.;u!ii!!M. ti:'(! olh,-: ores and mctiils. ::nd t'-'. !;"Ti'f.ifi tnre and sale cf avti'-ls r-id v; hol ly or in part, of trold.' : :!v-" v-.w1- dtum I'.id oilier i!"''-i!: til:1 con- struclioii. liiaii.t' ii. i'".-e a' d onon tion of stores 1'r -,n s:''-' of av tieles of p-.rehr-:(l'-.; the '-r.uir v of bond.--. '"')''""'. rr o'her rl'M y.al!:iis and the s''-iirie,tr of same l;' ui u .... t.i . . ... . . orty. nsiiu or lranMiisos oi tins perform any or all acts and things necessary and incidental to the ob jects aforesaid, or in anywise con nected therewith. ARTICLE III. The authorized capital stock of this corporation shall be and is five hundred thousand (500;000l shams of the par value of one ($1.00) per share. Each share of stock when issued shall be first fully paid for in cash or its cash equivalent in ser vices or property, and tfe board of directors is hereby given authority to fi the value of such services or property, and in the absence of fraud, the value so fixed by said Board shall -be 'conclusive; each share of stock when, so issued shall, thereafter; be non-assessable. ARTICLE . IV. The time" of commencement of this corporation shall be the date when the Articles of Incorporation are .filed for record in tne office of the Corporation Commission, of the State of Arizona, and a certified copy thereof recorded in the office of the County Recorder of Greenlee County,: State of Arizona, and the termination thereof shall be twenty five' years from the date, when the certified copy .'is so recorded. ARTICLE V. . The affairs '. of this corporation shall be conducted by a . Board cf Directors of not less than five nor more than seven, who shall serve for a period of one year, or until their successors are 'elected and qualified. Each director shall be a stockholder of this corporation, arid the mem bership of. said Board may be in creased, as hereinabove'.'j)rovided,"",'at. any . regular , meeting of "stockholders or at any special meeting called for that purpose. ,.The first annual meet ing of stockholders lor tne election of. Directors ;and the transaction of such'.' otHer. business as :may properly. come Deiore n snail oe nem. on me 30th day ot December 1922, and said annual . -meeting .'shall."-.thereafter' be held pn the. same day ot each suc ceeding year..' ', '..- '" . . ' ' ' . The - Board of, Directors is Tiereby given power to fill all .vacancies in said Board, caused by ; resignation or otherwise, an.d such ;Board. is igiyert the .further power and . authority to adopt a corporate seal and to affix the- same to .any stock certificate or other instrument in writing, and to adopt by-laws. Until the annual meeting of .stockholders for the elec tion of directors shall be held, as hereinabove provided, the following named persons,- who are subscribers to and owners of at least one share of the capital stock of this corpora tion,,, shall constitute the board of directors: P. H. Patterson, Thos. S Smith, Ernest E. Frye, W. B. Kelly, A. L. Terry. The following named persons shall be and they are herebyAlesignated as officers of this corporation,, who shall hold office until their successors have been chosen, namely:' W. B. Kelly, President P- H. Patterson, Vice President. A. L. Terry, Secretary . Thos. S. Smith, Treasurer. . Until the by-laws have been adopt-. ed. such board shall be convened upon the call of the President, given by personal notice, or by written notice, deposited iu the United States Post Oiffce. addressed to each mem her : at least three (3) days before any such meeting shall be held. Un til otherwise provided by the by-law:, three members shall constitute a quorum to transact business. ARTICLE VI. The highest amount of indebted ness or liability .direct or contingent to which this corporation shall at any time subject itself, shall in no case exceed two-thirds (2-3) of the authorized capital stock. ARTICLE VII. The private property of stock holders of this ..corporation shall be exempt frpni liability for the pay ment of corporate debts. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the in corporators have hereunto set their hands and seals, this 20th day of August, 1922. E. E. FRYE THOMAS S. SMITH P. H. PATTERSON W. B. KEI-J-Y STATE OF ARIZONA ) )S3. GREENLEE COUNTY ) On this day, before me E. C. Fitz gerald. a Notary Public in and for the County of Greenlee, ' State of Arizona, personally appeared W. J J Kellv. Thos. S. Smith. P. H. Patter son, E. E. Frye, known to tne to be the persons whose names are suo scribed ' to 'the foregoing instrument and acknowledged to me that they executed the same for the uses and mrrooses therein set ' forth. GIVEN under my hand and seal of Office this 5th day. of September 1922. (NOTARIAL SEAL)' E. C. FITZGERALD. y Notary Public. . Mv commission expires Jan. 1923. 24 Filed in the office of the Arizona Coropration Commission this 2fith day of Sept. A. D. 1922 at 10:00 A. M. at request of W.. J. Graham, whose post office addresn is Phoenix, Arizona. ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION ' By D. F. JOHNSON, Chairman 6120 Articles' of Incorporation RECORDER'S ' OFFICE ) Greenlee County, Arizona ) Filed for record the 2nd day o Oct 1022. at 2 o'clock P. M. and re cov.i.mI in Book 1 Incorporations on liae-es 3i;0, 301. 302. S03 at request of W. B. Kelly. L. N. CALLICOTTE. Countv Recorder. Bv BERENICE E. CALLTCOTTE. Deputy- fit colder. 1 2 -S -;t Chr.mberlJin's Cotiah Rnrocdy The Mother's Favorite The Mothers raveme The soothing and healinyr proper - ties of rhaniborlain's Cough limn- ,-dv, 'o.s pU-i.ut t.;sto and prompt , ..,i ,., ,i.r hnvp m-i(U it :i . - ' tavorue wiui ii.-i.-i:i: i-.. ....... Arizona Business Review (ARIZONA MINING JOURNAL) By Charles F. Wjllis, Copper has hit its high price of the year and is continuing to ad vance during the past week. A wire from New York, states that copper has actually been 8old at 11 cents. The past week has seen the price gradually rise and the predictions ot 15 cent copper by the beginning of the. New Year, bid fair- to be realized. November sales just about equal'ed production .165,000,000 - pounds, so that the surplus remains - at about 225,000,000 but the inquiries for cop per for delivery, during .the first three months of 1923 are of consider able excess volume. The buying for German, French: and British consum ers is also picking up. ' "The New Year looks bright ' in deed," stated P. G. Beckett, general manager :of the Phelps Dodge Cor poration. "The November - demand will be unusually brisk .and ; we hae reason to believe that the , demand will continue heavy.", Development of the domestic market has ben one of the m6st en couraging signs the industry has witnessed in months," stated F. W-i Maclennan, general manager of the Miami Copper Company, "Surplus stocks have been reduced to-normal -"-another encouraging' sign and. : we are looking forward to : normal, run ning of the mines." .... '. ' ' The reports a few days ago tnai the Globe . Miamf tlhjtrict was, flood ing -with- excess labor- is a1 good 'sign and looks as though- the' handicap due- to labor shortage would-be re moved shortly. - ' News -continues to come of resump tion of operations and ..increased-activities. The most important -.piece of news along this line, Is the an-. nouncement that the Phelps Dodge Corporation, Bisbeei Arizona, expect to resume steam-' shovel operations on' Sacramento Hill as- soon as the hill and mill operations can be-imade reatlv - for-:ore - extraction. t- Beckett, general manager, states that this will probably -be aoout. way or June of 1923. Men will be gradually employed on this work until tne mil 500 needed are secured. The Phelps Dodge Corporation, Morenci, Arizona, branch has com pleted the . installation, of the new unit in No. 6 concentrator, and . will immediately be put in operation. -I. P. Hodgson, general manager, states that 500 men are now on the pay roll and more are needed. This new unit will be able to treat 7000 tons daily, bringing the output UP to 1.400 tons daily. The- Moctezuma Copper Company, h ciKsiriMarv lof the Phelps Dodge Corporation." Nacozari. Soriora, Mexico is now employing iuu mau T Hamilton, manager, siaie wi more will be taken on from time to! time Two units of the concentrator! are operating approximately two- thirds capacity, tne ore oeme oi. i ped to the Copper Queen smelter at Douglas, Arizona for treatmenU- At the last meeting of the direct ors of the Shattuck Arizona Mining Company. T. O. McGrath. Bisbee, it was reported that they had decided to resume operations on ' that prop erty when copper reached fifteen cents It is anticipated that the Shattuck, another of the large mines, will be going shortly. - The increase in the quarterly di vidend of the United Verde Extension from 25 to iiOjcents is also a mark of confidence in the future and the feeling that it is no longer neces sary to build up the surplus. BISBEE The general offices of v.Q Pi,0ina Dodee Corporation will shortly be moved to Douglas, Ari zona, P. G. Beckett, general manager, from Bisbee. where they have been located for the past six months, due to the absence of G. H. Dowell. gen eral manager of the Copper Queen branch there. Work is to Start at once on Sacramento lill and the new flotation plant will be started by May. . . SONORA The Tramada mine, near Peza, Sonora, Mexico has re cently been purchased by Don Levy and associates, who represent Alas kan capital. This Is a sver beac' ing property on which $200,000 . was spent last year in erecting a . co.i-.,-.af i,i and flotation null. Th.e plans of the new owners have not been announceu as yei, aiui6 very active development program will probably be undertaken. GLOBE The New Dominion. Cop.-, per Company. Globe, Arizona, plans extensive development work immedi ately, according to E. W. Mitchell, president, who states that William Porri. mining "engineer, has been secured to have entire, charge of the work.' It is expected that approxi mately $250,000 will be spent in development work. ... .- PAYSON The Verde Falls Mining .Company .of Payson' are now oper.a.t-1 ing the old Gowan. Mine, one of the, bistorfc producers of the state. The I work at hand now is ui imi.uus of-a hydroelectric power, plant and the remodeling of the mill.' The work is under he direction of W. B. Twitch ell of Phoenix, Arizona. It is also proposed t. work several other near-by properties. OATMAN The case of the Tom Rpm Hold Mining Company. Oatman. Arizona, against the United Eastern.; Mining Company, which has at tracted a great, deal nf attention in ; mining circles, has been d;smissed by the Supreme Court. The ' dec i-! s'on of the lower court was in favor . of tha United, Eastern, the defen - dants in the action OLOBE -The Pinto Valley nuam" (lomiKiny. Qlo'ee. Av!'.',riv.!. litis. j:it j been organized with Currett Mott oi' ; New York ('i!v :is president and 'i. R nmm,i(i f dlol.e :t Ren 1 manager. It is underwood t'.i-it :b. ttatSVJ VflD companv will have a tctal .l v.-rH rtS.HH r,r, claims, most -of wlvc'i were lor-n-.H JHSURAfi- I ev'v fontmiled by tne ..on-niii ' I R tional Copper com.iaiiy a".it til' i ;'.: tils Copper company. MIAJili The Louis D'Or Mining conipanyy Miami.'. Arii)t'i-i. wilt re suine operations January 1st and f plau.i are undo ,vay for the sinking; yof another shaft as well as the erec tion of a new test mill, according to General Manager C. E. Hart. This property has attracted great deal of attention due to the size of the mineralized area which has bees partially proven by diamond drilling When You Are Constipated . To insure a healthy action of th bowels and correct disorder of the liver, take two of Chamberlain's Ta blets immediately after supper. They will not only cause a gentle mor tnent of tlie bowels, without unpleas ant effects, but banish that dull, stupid feeling, that often accompanies constipation. You are never jealous of thos wh,om you regard as your inferiors. Remember that. But. then, you 'must remember that we advised you away last spring to lay in your winter coal then. 6LASSIFIE0 MERTISEIUENTS . Furnished and unfurnished house. NAN REISINGER. U. DAY OLD CHIX: Golden Buff. Brown and White Leghorns. An conas,': Black Mihbrcas, Barred Rocki. R."I. Reds, Buff' Orpingtons and Turkehs. ENOCH CREWS. Seabrlght. Calit 12-29-2tp "NOTICE Notice is hereby given that U regular , meeting . of the stockholders of .The Bank of . Duncan. Duncan. Arizona, will be held mt its banking rooms on January ,8th,' 1923, at th hour of 3:00 P. M. tor the purposs of electing Directors of the bank tor the ensuing year and for the trans action of such -other business as may properly come before the meet ing. J. R. JONES. Secretary..' 12-8-4tc" . , NOTICE You are hereby notified that the regular meeting of the stockholders of the First National Bank of Clif ton, Arizona, will be held at its bank ing rooms Jantfary 9, 1923. at T:34 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of elect ing Directors of the bank for the en suing year and for the transaction or such other business as may properly come before the meeting. - W. E. MUNROE. Secretary. 12-8-4tC FOR. SALE 23 acres all under fence with three room house, garage, and three chicken houses, each 18x18. Six acres fence! off with chicken wire for chicken yards. 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