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Sierra County Advocate.
same to be his free act-1 and l.ied. J. M. W ebsler, (Seal) Probate Cleik, THE W. O. Thompson, Proprietor. Sierra County, N. Mot ENDORSED: The Sierra County Advocate is entered at the Post Office at Hillsboro, Sierra County, 'New Mexico, for transmission through the U. S. Mails, ag second class FRIDAY, April 12, 1907 Articles of Incorporalion of THE GOLDEN COURIER MINING f COMPANY. (Continuod from pajjo 1) all and any act or tiling necessary and inciuont to the business of mining, smelt lag and refining gold, silver, load, copper and all other kinds of minerals of every name, nature and kind. 4. The amount of the total authorized Capital Stock of this corporation shall be FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS, divided into Five Hundred Thousand Shares, of the p ir valuo of One Dollar per share, and which said Capital Stock may, by direction cf the Board of Directors of Siid Corporation, be issued in whole or in iart, for tho pur chase of mines or mining property, or machinery, or proper for the use or busi noss of said corporation, or in return for services performed for said corporation the amount of the Capital Stock with which this corporation will commence "business shall bo TWO THO US V ND DOLLARS. 6. Tho mimes and post office addres ses of tho 'Incorporators, and the nnm- ler of shares of stock subscribed for, are as follows: ' ' Name, William II. Adams, Post-office aldiens, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Num ber of shares, Ten Hundred, ' Name, John McNamara, Postoflice ofiico address, St. Paul, Minnesota, Number of shares, Ten Hundred. Name, J. W.Stuck, Post-office address, Hillsboro, New Mexico, Number of shares, One Hundred. 6. The period limited for tho dura tion of this Corporation shall be Fifty (50) years, unless sooner terminated as permitted by law. : ' ; 7. The government of this corpora tion, and the management of its afliairs, subjoct to such restrictions as may be provided by law, or by the By-Laws of said corporation, shall be vested in a Board of Directors of three (3), who shall hold their office and serve until their successors are olootad and quali fied. The Board of Directors shall be eloctod by the stockholders annually on tho first Monday in April, after April 1907, of each and every year, subject to such changes as may be prescribed by the By-Laws adoptod by the Board of Direc tors. The Bourd of Directors may make, alter amend and adopt By-Laws for Said corporation, and may by P.y-Laws or resoluf ion,f determine the officers of said corporation, and shall elect tho same and prescribe the powers and duties of all such officers; that until otherwise do, termihod by said Board of Directors, the office?? of said corporation shall con" sist of a Prom dot, Vice-President, Secre tary, Trunrurer 'and Manager, and one person may htld more than oDe of said offices. No. 4M54. Cor. Kec'd. Vol.6 Pago 400 Certificate of Incorporation of THE GOLDES COURIER MINING COMPANY. Filed in office of Secretary of New Mexico, Mar. 2.S 1D07-2 p. m. J. V. Raynolds, Secieary Compared M. F. to M. M. That tho first Board of Directors shall consist of , William H. Adams, John Mc Wamara and J. W. Stuck. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto set our hands and seals tin's 8th day of March, A. D, 1007. William II." Adams, (Seal) John McNamara, (Heal) J. W. Stuck, ' (Seal) In Presence of C.J. Cahaley. f. W.Clegg. Witness as to Chas. E. Bernhardt. J. M. Webster. J. W. Stuck. State of Minnesota 1 ss. County of Hennepin J 'On this 8th day of March, A. D. 1007, before me a Notary Public within and for the County and State aforesaid, personally appeared William II. Adams, j ana John MciNamara, to me known to be the persons described in and who ex ecuted the foregoing Certificate of Incor poration, and acknowledged the execu tion thereof to be their free act and deed. (Notarial Seal) C. J. Cahaley, f Notary Public, Hennepin County, State of Minnesota. My Commission expires August 1st, 1910. Territory of New Mexico,) ss. County of Sierra. J On this 25th day of March, A. D. 1907, before me a Probate Clerk in ami for said County and Territory, personally appeared J. W. Stuck, to me known to be one of the persons named in and who executed the foiegoing certificate Cf incorporation and acknowledged the Commissioner's Proceedings, HillBboro, N. M. April 1st, 1907. Commissioners met in regular sussiou; Present V. G. Trujillo, Franciso Bfjornuez and D. Diem- k'er, uommiHjioner, j. xu. ueosier, Clerk, JLlJward Tafoya, bheriff, li. A. Wolfurd, Dist. Atty. and J. P. Parkor, 8upt. of Schools. Tho minutes of tborneetings held Jau. 11) & 21 w re read and Bp- proved. Ordered: lhat James i'. Park er Ub and is hereby employed to survey and establish the South line of Sections 29 fe 30 T. 17 8. 11. 4. W. also the south line of Section 25. T. 17. S. 11. 5 V. from where the publics road on the west side of the ttio Grande crosses said line, easterly along said lino to the foot of the (Jaballo mountains, and it is further OKDEHED.that tbeOlerk of this Iioard notify tha ILoad Su per visors of Precinota Xso. 14 &, 15, Sierra County, N. M. to move the present travelled road to said line, without expense to the county after the sectionline ieestablished. ORDERED: That the proceed m . i ii lifi ings or tills rjoaru ne puousuea withia the time required by law. The following bills were allow ed and warrants issued for the same, viz V. G. Trujillo, salary and mile- ace as couuty commissioner, sfaf OJ. 12 . Ju. Uonorquez, salary and mileage as couuty commissioner Oib.iU. V, LMsingar, Balary as county commissioner, $75.00. II A. Wolford, salary as District At torney 7u.(X) Julian Chavez, sal ary as jailor, $1VM.0U. iLfeperaiou Tafoya, salary aB probate judge, 71.00. N. Duran, stlary as j'hu- itor, 20.00. J. M. Webster, sal ary as probata cler k. 100.00. J. M. Webster, incidentals, &15. 01. Julian Chavez, attendance probate court. $2.00. Manuel Flores, intei prefer, $3.00. V. M. ltobins, clothing for prisoner,' $2. 7o. N. M. Printing Co., blanks &c, $3bb9. Telephone line, ser vices, $1.50. lomas Abeyta, mov inereaMlO.OO. Maverick & Clark Litho. Co. Stationery, $19.20. Ed. Tafoya, bonrdiug prisoners, 11.50. lomas Kivera, holding inquest, $3.50. Ed. I afoya, removing dead animal, $2.00. Ed. Tafoya. pot age, $1.75. Geo. T. Millar, supplies, $1.50. Ed. Tafoya, attending commissioners proceedings, $12. 00.- Ed. Tafoya, attending pro bate court, $2 00. E. II. Winston, pauper aid, $15 00. J. II. Ryan, pauperaid, $15.00. W. O. Thomp son, printing, $09.50. J. C. Plern mons, wood, incidentals &c, $56. G3. U. P. Array.salary & mileage as corns., $35.90. Morgan Mor gans, election judge and register, $5.00. Al. llicketson, election judge, $2.00. Wm. P. Keil, eleo tioq expenses, $3.00. T. 0. Long, election clerk, $2.00. S. 11. Dot nard, election judge, $2.00. Jesns M. Lucero, election expenses, $2.- Tho Cheap Gash Store Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes. Ladies' and Gentlmens' Furnishing Goods Baby Wear, Hats, Gloves, Etc. Everything sold Cheap for cash, F. AUMENDARIZ, Proprietor. HILLSBORO, - - New Mexico pauper burial, $15.00. E. 1 (Continued on page 3) 50. Antonio Baca, election clerk, $2.00. Benito Armijo, election judge, $2.00. G. Morales, election register, 3.00. D. Chavez, elec tion register, $3.00. A. Gonzales, election clerk, $2 00. 8. Gonzales, election expenses, $3.32 Juan C. Montoya, election judge, ?2.00. Jose Y. Lucero, election judge, OH PKtr M nnfrm a olfin judge, $2.00. Maximo Sanches, election judge, $2.00. P. Vallejob, election clerk, $2.00. Emelio Tor res, election clerk, $2.00. Jacob M. Blun, election clerk, $-'2 00. Y . G. Tru jillo.election register, $3.00 Asa Curtis, election register, $3. 00. E. P. Holmes, election ex pense, $3.25. J. F. Duran, elec. tion register, $3 00. S. Beneyides. election clerk, $2 00. M. Griljal, ba, election clerk, $2 00. C. W. West, electiou register, 3.00 Henry J. Drown, election mes senger, $1.00. Deltran Chavez, messenger, $3.00. Tomas Rivera, messenger, $1.25. Adolfo Chavez, Territory of Now Mexico, County of Sierra. In the District Court of the Third Judicial Dist ict. John Mack, Plaintiff, vs. i- No. 859. John Henry, Defendant. ) To Whom it May Concern: By virtue of an execution to me di rected, issuing out of the above nnml Court sua under Us seal, dated the 28th day ot February A. D, 1007, I have lev ied upon the personal propnrtv helow described as the property of the sai I de fendant to satisfy the judgment of S'lid court rendered in Paid cause on the 12th day of November A. I). 190(5, aeuinst said defendant, John Henry, in an action of replevin, which snid ju Isrment whs for the plaintiff, together with the contft of the c.ish. said cots amounting to the Bum of MiJ.oi : and ry virtue of the powers vested in me by law and an or der of said court, I, Kd Tafoya, Sheriff of Ficrra County. New Mexico, wih, on Friday, the J7th day of May A. T). 1907, at ten o'clock of edd day, at tho Kant front door of the Court House in Hill-J- boro, sell at public auction to the high est bidder for cav.h the s iid property for the purpose of paying, and satisfying uaid iudement and execution, together with all other c.JBtH of this sale, pnd will execute and deli Ver to the purchaser a Sheriff's O -rtiflcate of pale of Slid pro perty. One Buckboird Wagon w ith a top on it, and one set of Ijght buggy har ness. ED TAFOYA, Sheriff of Sierra Oonuty, New Mexico. First pub. Apr. 12-07. 4tm9 Territory of New Mexico, Sierra County. In the District Court of the Third Judicial District John Mack, " riaiutiff, VS. iNO. BOO, John Henry, I Defendant. J To Whom it May Concern: By virtue of an execution to mo di rected, issuing out of the above named Court imd under its seal, dated the 2Mb. dav of February A. D 1907. I have lev ied upon personal property described as all the stock horses, mares and colts branded A and one branded 7 iC brown saddle horse as the pro perty of eaid defendant, to aatinfy the judgment of paid Court rendered in said cause on the 32th day of November, A. D. 1906, against the said defendant John Henry.inan action of Assumpsit on a promissory note, which said judg ment was for the sum of $315.02 at.d ftifl.IJO costs of suit, and bears interest at the rate of 12 per cent per annum un til paid : and by virtue of the powers vested in me by law, I, Kd Tafoya, Sheriff of Sierra County, New Mexico, will, on Friday, the 17th day of May; A. D. 1907, at ten o'clock of paid day, at the Fawt front door of the Court House in Hillsboro. sell at public auction to the highest bidder for Cfish, the said proper ty for the purpose or paying ana satis fvinor said iud ment and execution, to gether with the costs of suit and the costs of this sale. ED TAFOYA, Sheriff Sierra County, New Mexico. First pub. Apr. 12 07. 4 tms such nremiHPs under the orovisions of Soo. tion ax'i, Kovined Statue of the United State, nrd if within nitiuty days after this notice by publication you tailor rt-iJBe contribute voar noroorioti of such ex wenditure an co-owMr, together with n other expenditures which have been made by the' undersigned and the eont of this publication, theinterestof H. A. Lonkwood, and hia heirs, administrators or assigns will become the property of the niiueiiin ed, nnder the provisions of said Section K 11. BlLKFUlta First pub. Jan. 25, 1(107. Notice of Fo.feiture. To W. S. Nouland, his heirs, adrninistra torn and a- sitrns and i.U persons claiming nnder or through him or them, and to all it may concern i You and each of von are hereby notified that the undersiuned has exoended the sum of $100.00 for the year 11KJ0 in labor and mprovements upon each of the follow ing named mimrg claims, viz: Indepen dence nnd Yellowstone mines or imn.' ing claims situated in the Las Ani mas Mining District, Sierra County Territory of New Moxioo. iu ordor to hold such oremiHes under the provisions of Section 2324, Revised Statntes of the Unit ed States, and if witnin ninety days after tins notice by publication yon fail or re fiiKo to contribute your porportiou of ' such expenditure as co-owner, together with the cost or tins publication, the interest of W . iNowland, and hia heirs, administrators or nsHigna, wil. become the property of the undurwgned, nnder the provisions or oeo tion 2321. Maubitz 1!eboei.in. First pub. Feb. 22, 1907. Contest Notice. Department of the Interior. United ytates Land Ollioe, Las Oruees,N. M.. December 18, 1906. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this otlioe by Joseph Badger, con testant, against Homestead entry Mo. -4006, made Oct. 22. 19K5, for NE H&X See. 81; H JN V V IX & N VV i N i H Section 32, Town' ship 14 S., Kanpe 8 W., by John Alien Sparks, contestee, in which it is alleged tnat John Allen hparks nas never re sided on, nor cultivated said land," and that said alleged absence from said land was not due to his employment in the Army, Navy or Marine Uorps of the United States." Said parties are hereby not ed to appear, respond and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on March 9th, 1!07, before J. M. Web ster, Probate Clerk Sierra County, at Iiiils boro, New Mejioo, (and that final hearing will be held at 10 o'clock a. m. on March 19th, 1907, before) tho Register and Receiver at the United Siates Land Oflioe in Las Cnices, KM. The said contestant having, in a proper affidavit, filed Jan. 2G, 1907, set forth facts which show that after duediligenoeperson 8(,rvio of this notice can not be made, it is hereby ordered and directed that such no tice be (riven by due and proper publication JiOQKNB VAN i"ATTKtf, -Jiiat openeG Fj iuors asi Cigars A. J. BOBBirX, JPropr. JIILLSBORO I orGEKO. 12 A. O. U. W.- Meets every Second and 'Fjurth We4 pesday of each month W. 0. THOMPSON, M. W CARL W. DAWSON, Recorder. TOM ROSS. Address: Iferniosa, Sierra Co., N. H. Range near Herrnosa, N. M. All horses and niares branded adder on right thigh. All horses and 'mares branded H pn left eboulder. All, horses and mares branded Diamond N on left shoulder or thigh. . Increase to be branded as in pu$, ' U. A. IU&GEK,& COMPANY. P a and S. L. C. First pub. Feb. 1, 1U07. Register. Bowman, Receiver Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior. Land Office at Las Cruces, N. M. March 20, 1907. Notice is hereby given that Henry W. Piitfiie of Lake Valley. N. M, has filed notice of his intention to make final five year proof in support of his claim, viz; iJomestead Kntry No.3ou, inane 4 -.--i, for tho N.i SKU; N!-o SWJI Section lo, fownshin l!) S.. Range 7 W, and that said proof will be made before Trobate Clerk Sierra Couuty, N. M., ou May 10, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the land, viz: reruvillel'ague, of Lake Valley, N. M. U. Lee l'ague, of Hillsboro, N. M. Robert E. Rouse. Hillsboro, N. M, Charles II. Sikes, of Lake Valley, N. M. EtoENB Van Patten, Register. First pub. March, 29, 1(J07. The SILVER LEAF SALOON, (Old Tomlinson StaDd-) Hillsboro, - N. Mej Fresh Wines, Liquors and Cigars Good Club Room. VV. A. 8HEPARD, Propiietor. MAGAZINE READERS Notice of Forfeiture. To II. A. Lockwood, his heirs, adminis trators and asHigns and all persons cMim-i'-u nnder or through him or them, and to all whom it may concern : You and each of you are hereby notified that the undersigned has exiendedthe sum of $200.00 for the year l'J06 in labor and im provements npon the Ooldon Era and Gold en Era No. 2 mines or mining ciaiins, situ ated in the Las Animas Mining District, Sierra County, New Mexico, in order to hold $1.50 jrcu $0.50 tUMtt MA6AIINK beautifully iflurtrted,gooditonts nd iolerung aiticlat about California d U th. far Wt TOWN AND COUNTRY JOURNAL plain, CMr-uadtrftocxJ article on aSt Koma, gardem, farm aad Tanja ol iataraalte every napa. kct ( ah family &uad wok photograph and ptatuna, ROAD 0T A THOUSAND WORSENS a book of 7 J ptga. ealaiaiaf 120 olora! pkoto-apk. J $0.75 pietureaqiM apou ta CaUaroia aad Ct$). ... (x - ' Joul . , . 9tlJ All three for '. . , $1.50 ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO SUNSET MAGAZINE FLOOD BUILDING SAN FRANCISCO Range near Jlillsboro, N. M. Jo:iI Righ Hip and Side. Increase branded . on Right Thlt-h and o'2 Bight Side. '-' 8. L, C, branded S L. Cleft side Far Marks: Crop and 'two ahiV righ underdit left. '"' ' ' ' ' H. A. RINGER, P. O, Address, HiHsboro.J Sierra Co. New Mexico. ! ' The MM, Fine Cigars and Liqupr Open at all Hours RDI Z & CARABA JAL, Proprietorg. a itiikun OALUUR. rori nunPiiY. ProPritp fool and Billiad?, Hillsboro. 4