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articles of incorporation.
. Know All Men by These Presents: j
That we, the undersigned, have I
xmy voluntarily associated ourselves .
'together for the purpose of forming a
corporation under the laws of .he id
ritory of Arizona, and do hereby cer
tify as follows, to-wit:
Article 1. The name of said corpo
ra shall be The Eureka Mining
Company and its principal place ot
transacting business shall be at I ho
nix, Maricopa County, Arizona.
The names of the incorporators
*aw corporation arc: J. MU—;
T C. Hutchinson, F. L. Bull, L S
W. Briggs, Chas. G. Yale James F.
Maclntyre, Michael J. Forster, Win. T.
H 'Article S< n. To purchase, lease, bond,
„r otherwise actiuire, own, exchang ,
sell, or otherwise dispose of, f
mortgage, hypothecate and
Sines, mining claims, mineral lands,
water and water rights, and to
Sfne'expiore and develop the same.
To do a general mining business.
To borrow money and execute mo
gages or deeds ot trust to sect e he
same and in general to do all
things necessary to the proper conduct
S Sfe business ot this corporation not
Inconsistent with the laws of the. hi >
ed States and the Territory of Anzona.
Article HI. Among the powers
those corpoiate shall be. To h^® P be
petual succession, to sue ana
*ued by its corporate name, to have
a common seal and alter the same at
pleasure, to prescribe the mode
making transfers of stock or the m
ter°sts of its stockholders, to mftk
contracts, to acquire and
ine Drooerty of every kind and p
lion, both real and personal and tojpos
cees the same powers in such respec
as Private individuals now to
establish by-laws and make au
and regulations deemed expedient so
the management of its affairs not n
consistent with the laws and constitu
tion of the United States and the
ritory of Arizona. cap-
Article IV. The amount of the a?
ital stock of the corporation shall be
$750 000- that the number of shares into
which t is divided is 750,000 of the par
Sue of M OO each, fully paid up and
forever n , oii"SSsess^l)lG«
Aitiele V. The time of the com
mencement of this corporation shall he
the date of the filing of these articie
of incorporation in the office of the
County Recorder of Maricopa County,
Arizona, and the termination thereof
shall be twenty-five years thereafter.
Article VI. The affairs of this cor
poration shall be conducted by a board
of ninedirectors, who shad be e c
annually by the stockholders of the
corporation. .
Article VII. The highest amount of
Indebtedness or liability, direct or con
tingent, to which this corporation shall
subject itself at any time, is one-third
of the capital stock. rn , v
Article VIII. The private property
of the stockholders of this corporation
shall be exempt from all corporate
debts. ,
In witness v/hereof, we have he J~'
unto set our hands and seals this orcl
day of Sept.. 1901. ■ n
J. M. JAMISON. <fea h)
T C. HUTCHINSON. fbeal.)
F. L. BRILL. Jfeal.)
EDGAR W. BRIGGS. (Sea .
■GH'AS. G. YALE. ■ ea ‘
JAMES F MAC INTYRE. (Seal.)
MICHAEL J. FORSTER. (Seal.)
WM. T. HUTCHINSON. (Seal.)
The Territory of Arizona, County o
Maricopa.
Before me, W. J. Gilbert, a Notary
Public in and for Yavapai County, Ari
zona, on this day personally appeared
W T Hutchinson of Gilbert, Arizona,
known to me to be the person whose
name 1, subscribed to the foregoing
instrument, and acknowledged to me
that he executed the same for the p
poses and consideration therein ex
p i»0 g> jj 0-j& #
Given under my hand and seal of of
fice this 26 day of Sept., A - ’
) W. J- GILBLRI.
{bC ’ Notary Public.
My commission expires Sept. 1, 1803.
The’ Territory of Arizona, County or
Maricopa. --
Before me, M. P. Hutchinson, a No
tary Public in and for Maricopa Coun
tv Arizona, on this day personally aP
pea red Michael J. Forster of Mesa
City, Arizona, known to me to be t e
person whose name is subscribed to the
foregoing instrument, and acknowl
edged to me that he executed the same
for the purposes and consideration
therein expressed. , „ .
Given under my hand and seal of of
flee this 23i7 day of September, A. D.
l9 (Seal ) M. P. HUTCHINSON,
J Notary Public.
My commission expires Oct. 4, 1902.
The Territory of Arizona, County o
Maricopa.
Before me, M. P. Hutchinson, a No
tary Public in and for Maricopa Coun
tv Arizona, on this day personally ap
peared James F. Mac Intyre, of Phoe
nix Maricopa County, Arizona, known
to me to be the person whose name is
subscribed to the foregoing instrument,
—trmßadnravviedged to me that he exe
s and
C °Given unde\™y haTld and J eal f°£
flee this 21st df V of September, A. D.
19 ?L al > kP. HUTCHINSON.
(■Seal.) Notary Public.
My commission empires 4, 1902
State of California, City ana County m.
San Francisco, ss. • „
On this Eighteenth dAV of r
in the year One Thousafid^ Nine Hun
dred and One before me,\J on ■
a Notary Public in add. tor
said City and County, residing f»|rem,
duly commissioned and sworn, peh^ n
ally appeared Edgar W. Briggs dim
Charles G. Yale, known to me to b@
the persons whose names are sub
scribed to the within instrument, and
nsknow-ledged to me that they executed
the same for the purposes and consid
erations therein expressed.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my official
seal at my office in the City and Coun
ty of Ban Francisco, the day and year
1n this certificate first above written.
(Seal.) JOHN J. DEANE,
Notary Public in and for said City and
County of San. Francisco, State of
California.
Room 102, Chronicle Building.
My comrnision expires Sept. 24th,
1904.
Territory of Arizona, County of Mari
copa, ss.
On this 3d day of Sept., in the year
1901, before me, M. P. Hutchinson, a
1 Notary Public in and for the Territory 1
ar.;l County aforesaid, residing therein,
duly commissioned and sworn, person
i ally appeared J. M. Jamison, T. C.
Hutchinson, F. L. Brill and Win. T.
Hutchinson, all known to me to be the
persons described. therein, whose
names are subscribed' to and who exe
cuted the annexed instrument, and
they acknowledged to me that they
executed the same for the purposes
.and considerations therein expressed.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my official seal
in my office in the said Territory and
County, the day and year last above
written.
(Seal.) M. P. HUTCHINSON,
Notary Public.
My commission expires Oct. 4, 1902.
Territory of Arizona, County of-Mari
copa.
I, B. F. MeFall, County Recorder in
and for the County and Territory
aforesaid, do hereby certify that the
within instrument was filed for record
at 3:45 o’clock p. m., cn thi3 27 day of
Sept., 1901, and duly recorded in Book
No. 8 of Art. of Incorp., records of
'Maricopa County, Arizona, at pages
44 to 48.
Witness my hand and official sea;
the day and year above written.
(Seal.) B. F. McFALL,
County Recorder.
By A. S. ARTHUR, Deputy.
First publication Oct. 5, 1901.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF THE
CALIFORNIA GOLD SAVING
COMPANY.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS: That, we, the under
signed, have this day voluntarily asso
ciated ourselves together for the pur
pose of forming a corporation under
the laws of the Territory of Arizona,
and do hereby make, execute.and adopt
the following articles of incorporation:
ARTICLE I.
The name of said corporation shall
be California Gold Saving Company,
and its principal place of transacting
business shall be at Phoenix, Maricopa
County, Arizona, with branch offices at
San Francisco, California, where meet
ings of Directors and stockholders may
be held and business of the corpora
tion may be transacted, and at such
other places as may be determined by
the Board of Directors, where regular
and special meetings of the Directors
and stockholders may be held and any
and all of the business may be trans
acted.
ARTICLE 11.
The general nature of the different
kinds of business proposed to be trans
acted by this corporation is as follows,
to-wit:
To purchase, lease, locate, bond or
otherwise acquire, own, exchange, sell
or otherwise dispose of, pledge, mort
gage, hypothecate and deal in, work,
mine, explore and develop mining
claims, oil, mineral, timber and agri
cultural lands, oil, gas, asphaltum,
petroleum, water and water rights.
To do a general real estate, mercan
tile and mining business in all Its
branches.
To own. handle and control letters
patent and inventions.
To borrow money and execute mort
gages or deeds of trust to secure the
same, to issue bonds and other evi
dences of indebtedness, and in general
do all things necessary to the proper
conduct of the business of this corpo
ration, not inconsistent with the laws
of the United States and the Territory
of Arizona.
ARTICLE 111.
Among the powers of this body cor
porate shall be: To have perpetual
succession ;to sue and be sued by its
corporate name ;to have a common
seal and alter the same at pleasure ;to
prescribe the mode of making transfer
of stock or interests of its stockhdhl
ers; to make contracts; to acquire and
transfer property of every md and de
scription, both real and personal, and
to possess the same powers in such re
spects as private individuals now en
joy; to establish by-laws and make
ail rules and regulations deemed ex
pedient for the management of its af
fairs, not inconsistent with the laws
and constitution of the United States
and the laws of the Territory of Ari
zona.
ARTICLE IV.
The amount of the capital stock of
the corporation shall be Two Hundred
and Fifty Thousand dollars ($250,000.00)
divided into two hundred and fifty
thousand (250,000) shares of the par
value of one dollar ($1.00) each, fully
paid up and forever non-assessable.
ARTICLE V.
The time of the commencement of
this corporation shall be the date of
the filing of these articles of incorpora
tion in the office of the Secretary of
Arizona, and the termination thereof
shall be twenty-five years thereafter.
ARTICLE VI.
The affairs of this corporation shall
be conducted by a Board of five Direct
ors, who shall be elected annually by
the stockholders of the corporation on
the first day of October In each year.
Until the first day of October. 1902, the
following named persons shall serve as
Directors: A. W. Slee, G. M. Hill, D.
W. McNeill, A. D. Lemon and I. E.
Jarrett.
ARTICLE VII.
The highest amount of Indebtedness
or liability, direct or contingent, to v
which this corporation shall subject it
self at any time, is one hundred and
fifty thousand dollars ($150,000.00).
ARTICLE VIII.
The private property of the stock
holders of this corporation shall be ex
empt from all corporate debts.
ARTICLE IX.
At all elections of Directors every
i stockholder shall have the right to vote
\ the number of shares owned by him
■Land standing in his name on the hooks
L of. the company, for as many persons
L as -there are directors to be elected, or
to cumulate said shares and give one
candidate as many votes as the num
> her 0 f multiplied by the num
-1 her of bis shares of stock shall equal,
- or to distribute them on the same prin
: ciple arnong as many candidates as
he shall think fit.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have
1 hereunto set our hands and seals this
f 17th day of September, 1901.
A. W. SLEE. (Seal.)
D. W. Me NEILL. (Seal.)
, G. M. HILL. (Seal.)
A. D. DEMON. (Seal.)
I. E, JARRETT, (Seal.)
State of California, City and County
r of Sap Francisco, ss.
i. On this 17th day of September, in the
! year 1801, before me, Mark Lane, a
j Notary Public in and for the .State and
County aforesaid, residing therein, !
duly corn missioned and sworn, person
ally appeared A. W. Slee, G. M. Hill, D.
W. McNeill, A. D. Lemon and I. E.
Jarrett, known to me to be the persons
described in, whose names are sub
scribed to, and who executed the an
nexed instrument, and they acknowl
edged to me that they executed the
same for the purposes and considera
tions therein expressed.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed my
official seal at my office in the said
State and County, the day and year
last above written.
(Seal.) MARK LANE,
Notary Public in and for the City and
County of San Francisco, State of
California.
My commission expires January 16th,
1903.
Territory of Arizona, County of Mari
copa, ss.
I, B. F. MeFall, County Recorder in
and for the County and Territory
aforesaid, hereby certify that I have
compared the foregoing copy with the
original articles of incorp. of the
California Gold Saving Company, filed
and recorded in my office on the 27tli
day of Sept., 1901, in Book No. S of
Art of Incorp, at page , and
that the same is a full, true and
correct copy of such original and of the
whole thereof.
Witness my hand and seal of office,
this 27th day of Sept., 1901.
(Seal.) B. F. McFALL,
County Recorder.
By A. S. ARTHUR, Deputy.
Filed in the office of the Secretary of
the Territory of Arizona this 27th day
of September, A. D. 1901, at 2:30 p. ni.
ISAAC T. STODDARD,
•uuozijy jo
First publication Oct. 5, 1901.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
Os the
“CROSS OIL COMPANY.”
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS: That we, L. E. Cross,
John G. Fisher, M. M. McAllister, W.
W. Clark and Frank J. O’Rourke, have
this day associated ourselves together
for 'the purpose of forming a corpora
tion under the laws of the Territory of
Arizona. And we do hereby certify:
1. That the name of the corporation
shall be “The Cross Oil Company,” and
its principal place of transacting busi
ness outside of Arizona shall ’be at
Cleveland, Ohio, and its principal brace
of business in Arizona shall be at Phoe
nix, Maricopa County.
2. That the general nature of the
business proposed to be transacted is as
follows: Buying or leasing lands, ex
ploring thereon for oil, gas, and other
minerals, and for producing- and selling
the same.
3. That the amount of capital stock
authorized is five hundred thousand
•dollars ($500,000.00) and the number of
shares into which it is divided is 50,000
of the par value of Ten ($10.00) dollars
each, which amount is to be paid in at
the times and upon the conditions fol
lowing, namely: ten per cent at the
time of organization and the balance
at such times as the board of directors
shall determine.
4. That the time of the commence
ment of said corporation Is the sth day
of September, 1901, and the time of its
termination shall be the 4th day of
September, 1926.
5. That the officers of said corpora
tion to conduct its affairs shall consist
of a Board of Directors consisting of
five members, namely: L. E. Cross.
John G. Fisher, M. M. McAllister, W.
W. Clark and Frank J. CRourke, all of
Cleveland, Ohio, who are to be elected
on the sth day of September, 1901.
6. That the highest amount of in
debtedness or liability to which the
corporation is at any time to subject
itself is ($100,000.00) One Hundred
Thousand Dollars.
7. That the private property of each
officer and stockholder of said corpo
ration is to be exempt from all corpo
rate debts.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have
hereunto set our hands and seals this
27th day of August, A. D., 1901.
L. E. CROSS. (Seal.) (L. S.)
M. M. MCALLISTER. (L. S.)
JOHN G. FISHER. (L. S.)
W. W. CLARK. (L. S.)
FRANK J. O’ROURKE.' (L.S.)
Signed and sealed in presence of:
B. P. PORTER
A. W. CAIN.
The State of Ohio, Cuyahoga Coun
ty, ss.
Before me, a Notary Public in and
for said county, on this day personally
appeared L. E. Cross, John G. Fisher,
M. M. McAllister, W. W. Clark, and
Frank J. O’Rourke, known to me to be
the persons whose names are sub
scribed to the foregoing instrument,
and acknowledged to me that they sev
erally execute'd for the purposes and
consideration therein expressed.
Given under my hand and seal of of
fice this 27th day of August, A. D.,
1901.
(Seal.) BURTON P. PORTER,
Notary Public.
Territory of Arizona, County of Mari
copa, ss.
I, B. F. MeFall, County Recorder in
and for the County and Territory afore
said, hereby certify that I have com
pared the foregoing copy with the orig
inal Articles of Incorporation of The
Cross Oil Company, filed and recorded
in my office on the 25th day cf Sept.,
1901, in Book No. 7 of Articles of In
corporation at Page , and that the
same is a full, true and correct copy
of such original and of the whole
thereof.
WITNESS my hand and seal of office
this 25 day of Sept., 1901.
(Seal.) B. F. McFALL,
County Recorder.
By A. S. ARTHUR, Deputy.
Filed in the office of the Secretary of
the Territory of Arizona this 25 day of
September, A. D., 1901. at 2 p. m.
ISAAC T. STODDARD,
Secretary of Arizona.
First Publication, Sept. 28, 1901.
MINES FOR SALE.
I have a group of six claims carry
ing gold-copper (sulphide) ores for
bond or sale on easy trems. Apply
or address R. E. Humphrey, Morris
town, Arizona.
ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION
OF
i “THE GOODLANDEJi MINING AND
MILLING COMPANY.”
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS: That we, th© under
signed, have this day voluntarily asso
ciated ourselves tog'ether for the pur
pose of forming a corporation under
the laws of the Territory or Arizona.
ARTICLE I.
The names of the incorporators are:
C. W. Goodlander, Alfred B.akcr, J. VV.
Amerman ana C. B. McDonald. The
corporate name of this company shall
be "The Goodlander Mining and Mill
ing Company,” and the principal piace
of transacting the business of saiu cor
poration shall be at the City of Phoe
nix, in the County of Maacopa, and
Territory of Arizona, but may have
branch offices at such other p aces as
may be designated by the noard of
directors.
ARTICLE 11.
The objects and purposes for which
this corporation is formed are :
First: To p;ospeet for precious met
als and minerals of ail kinds.
Second: To lease, buy, own and hold,
and to sell, mortgage or otherwise dis
pose of mines of all kinds and mineral
lands, rights and concessions, and to
open up and. develop minqs and min
eral lands, ii ail or any of the States
and Territories of the United States
and in the Republic of Mexico, and any
and all other foreign countries. And to
lease, buy, own and hold, and to sell,
mortgage or otherwise dispose of any
and all machinery and other property
and appliances that may be necessary
or convenient for the purpose of open
ing up and working and developing any
such mines.
Tnit-d: To engage in a general min
ing, smelting and refining of gold, sli
ver, iron, copper, lead and otuer pre
cious metals and minerals of whatever
nature, and to lease, buy, erect, own,
hold and operate and to mortgage, sell
or otherwise dispose of smelters, con
centrators, crushers and other appur
tenances and appliances for ‘the car
rying on of a general mining, smelt
ing and refining business; it shall have
power to issue, negotiate and seii
bonds, notes or other evidences of in
debtedness (not in excess, however, of
the highest amount of indebtedness to
which it may subject itself under Ar
tiee VI of these Articles) and for the
purpose of securing payment of same,
to execute a mortgage or mortgages on
any or aiM its property of every nature
or kind, wherever situate.
Fourth: To carry on a general min
ing business in ail .'the States, Terri
tories and foreign countries above
mentioned, and to do whatsoever busi
ness or acts or things that may be nec
essary7, convenient or expedient for the
carrying into effect of any and ail of
the objects and purposes above set
forth.
ARTICLE 111.
The amount of capital stock shall be
One Million Dollars ($1,009,000.00) di
vided into One Million (1,000,000) shares
of the par vaiue of One Dollar ($1.00)
per share, fully paid, up and non-as
sessable.
ARTICLE IV.
The said corporation shall commence
business on the Ist day of October, 1901,
and terminate in Twenty-Five years
*from t.'mt date.
ARTICLE V.
The affairs of said corporation shall
be entirely managed by a Board of Di
rectors to consist of seven persons to be
chosen by and from the stockholders
on the First Monday of January in
each year on and after the year 1903;
the following named stockholders shall
serve as Directors until the regular
election in 1903, and until their suc
cessors are duly elected and qualified:
C. W. Goodlander, Alfred Blaker, J. W.
Amerm'an, C. B. McDonald, Chas. S.
Keith, Geo. F. Woodward and Geo. M.
Bowie.
Os said Directors, Charles W. Good
lander shall be President, Alfred
Blaker and Chas. S. Keith shall be
Vice Presidents, C. B. McDonald' shall
be Treasurer and John W r . Amerman
shall be Secretary of the said corpora
tion until said election in 1903, and un
til Ehe'ir successors are duly elected
and qualified.
ARTICLE VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which said corporation j
shall at any one time subject itself is
the sum of One Hundred Thousand
Dollars ($100,000).
ARTICLE VII.
No officer or stockholder of this cor
poration shall be personally liable for
the debts or obligations of this corpora
tion and the private property of each
officer and stockholder of this corpora
tion shall be exempt from liability for
the debts of this corporation.
ARTICLE VIII.
The Board of Directors of this corpo
ration shall have power to establish
by-laws and make all needful rules and
regulations deemed expedient for the
management of the affairs of this cor
poration and the officers thereof, not
inconsistent with the laws of the Unit
ed Skates and with the laws of the Ter
ritory of Arizona, and may provide in
said by-laws for the holding of any or
all meetings of its Directors and stock
holders at any place it may designate
outside of the Territory of Arizona.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have
hereunto set our hands and affixed our
seals this 14):h day of September, 1901.
C. W. GOODLANDER. (Seal.)
ALFRED BLAKER. (Seal.)
J. W. AMERMAN. (Seal.)
'C. B. MCDONALD. (Seal.)
State of Missouri, County of Jack
son, ss.
Before me, Lendrum B. Ridge, a No
tary Public in and for said County and
State, on this day personally appeared
J. W. Amerman, personally known to
me to be the same person whose name
is subscribed to the foregoing instru
ment, and acknowledged, ito me that he
executed the same for the purposes and
considerations therein expressed.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed my
official seal in Kansas City, Jackson
County, Missouri, this 19th day of
September, 1901.
(L. S.) LENDRUM B. RIDGE,
Notary Public.
My term expires Sept. 16, 1902.
State of Kansas, County of Bour
bon, ss.
Before me, Otto A. Schroer. a Notary
Public in and for said County and
State, on this day personally appeared
C. B. McDonald, personally known to
me to be the same person whose name
is subscribed to ithe foregoing instru
ment, and acknowledged to me that ho
executed the same for the purposes and i
considerations therein expressed.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, i have I
hereunto set my hand and affixed rny |
official seal in Ft. Scott, Bourbon Coun
ty, Kansas, this 17th day of September,
1901.
(L. S.) OTTO A. SCHROER,
Notary Public.
My term expires April 11, 1903.
State of Kansas, County of Linn, ss.
Before me, F. B. Ellis, a Notary Pub
lic in and for said County and State,
on this day personally appeared Alfred
Blaker, personally known to me to be
the same person whose name is sub
scribed to the foregoing instrument,
and acknowledged to me that he exe
cuted the same for the purposes and
considerations therein expressed.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed my
official seal in Pleasanton, Linn County,
Kansas, this 18th day of September,
1901.
(L. S.) F. B. ELLIS,
Notary Public.
My term expires June 23rd., 1903.
State of Pennsylvania, County of Phil
adelphia, ss-
Before me, Charles Cobb Van Riper,
a Notary Public in and for said County
and State, on this d'ay personally ap
peared Charles W. Goodlander, person
ally known to me to be the same person
whose name is subscribed to 'the fore
going instrument, and acknowledged to
me that he executed the same for the
purposes and considerations therein
expressed.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed my
official seal in Philadelphia, Philadel
phia County, Pennsylvania, this 14th
day of September, 1901.
(L. S.) CHAS. COBB VAN RIPER,
Notary Public.
My term expires January sth. 1905.
Territory of Arizona, County of Mari- '
copa., ss.
I, B. F. MeFall, County Recorder in
and for the County and Territory
aforesaid, hereby certify that I have
compared the foregoing copy with the
original Articles of Incorporat ion of the
Goodlander Mining and Milling Com
pany, filed and recorded in my office on
the 25th day of Sept., 1901, in book No.
7 ofAr tides of Incorporation, at Page
and' correct copy of such original and
of the whole thereof.
WITNESS my hand and seal of office
this 25th day of Sepk., 19C1.
(Seal.) B. F. McFALL,
County 7 Recorder.
By A. S. ARTHUR, Deputy.
Filed in tho office of the Secretary of
the Territory of Arizona this 25th day
of September, A. D. 1901, at 2 n. m.
ISAAC T. STODDARD,
Secretary of Arizona.
First Publication, Sept. 28, 1901.
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VICKENB U RG, Alt I ZONA
ft WINES
and
LIQUORS
OF THE BEST QUALITY
Male OX McKean
Open Day and Night
WicKenburg, Arizona.
Horns Savings Bank
& Trust Company
PHOENIX, ARIZONA.
Authorized Capita! Stock, SIOO,OOO.
Open a Savings Account at Once.
This bank lias been created for the purpose of
accommodating those who desire to avail them
selves of the benefits attendant upon becoming
depositors in saving banks. Its object is to
benefit all classes of people by receiving de
posits in any sum and accumulating interest
thereon.
Money may be sent from a distance for depos
it, by check or bank draft, or by registered let
ter, postofiice money order or by express. The
passbook must be sent with the remittance
after the first deposit has been made. Four per
cent interest on saving deposits. Money loan
ed on real or personal property. General com
mercial business. Accounts received of mer
chants, firms, corporations, banks and individ
uals.
OFFICERS.
Charles F. Ainsworth - - President
S. M . McCowan - - Vice President
It. 11. Greene - See rotary
11 run 11. Price - Treasurer and Cashier
| Directors—Chas. F. Ainsworth, 8. M. McGowan,
j 11. 11. Greene, Hugh H. Price, \V. <’, Foster,
i Correspondence Solicited.
j A. 3D. Barnhart j y
k®ASSAYERw
l Prescott, Arizona.
i Treats by Amalgamation, Concentra
tion, Cyanide, etc. Samples sent
by mail or express receive prompt
and careful attention. Write for
price list and sacks. 1
yhomas E. Flannigan
Attorney and Counselor at Lav/
Rooms 8, !), 10, O’Neil
Block, Phoenix.
\t ill practice in all the courts in the
Territory.
i-mrru-TT-Tn-i-n r-■ iiTmiifin nm i
1 HOWARD c. BURTON—-
' —Assayer and Chemist
111 E. Fourth st., LEADVILLE, Colo.
| Specimen prices: Gold, 50c; gold and sil
< ver, 75c; gold, silver and lead, $1; gold sil
| ver and copper, $1.50; silver or lead, 35c;
| copper or zinc, sl. Mailing envelopes
* sent to any address.
Azr-are i
iBAN CURRY
& Notary Public
$ Real Estate —Insurance—
i.°>oo town lots to sell —Come
and see me : : : :
j tVickenburg .Gr Arizona
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: H. H. HELM’S Assay Office j
■ Cortez street, next to Express Os- :
; flee, Przscott, Arizona. Prompt :
attention given to samples sent •’
: by mail or express.
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McManus Brothers
PHOENIX
Manufacturers of Fine Cigars
“GOLDEN WEDGE”
One of our Leaders.
J. Q. A. KING.
Assayer and Metallurgist. All kinds of
laboratory tests for best reduction
method. Manufacturers’ agent of all
kinds of Mining, Milling and Smelting Ma
chinery. 18 N. Second Ave., Phoenix,
Arizona.
Frank Obermuller
EXAMINES AND REPORTS
ON MINING PROPERTIES.
Phoenix, Arizona.
Felipe Garcia
assayer
rompt Attention given to sam
sent by mail and express.
WICKENBURG, - ARIZONA.
The Valley fianK
•3. of Phoenix, Ariz.
PAID UP CAPITAL - - SIOO,OOO
SURPLUS - - - - - - 25,000
Wm. Ciiuisty - - - President
J. C. KikkPatrick - Vice President
W. D. Fuiaviler - - Cashier
Lloydß.Christy - Assistant Cashier
Drafts issuedupon alithc impor
tant cities of the United States
and Europe.
Directors— M. 11. Sherman, J. C.
Kirkpatrick, E. J. Bennitt, William
Christy, E. C. Hatch, W. D. Fulwiler,
Lloyd B. Christy.
The Phoenix <s*
■s» National BanK
PHOENIX, ARIZONA,
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Paid Up Capital SIOO,OOO
Surplus 50,000
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E. B. Gage . . . . President
T. W. Pemberton .. Vice President
C.'.T. Hall Cashier
L. B. Larimer .. Assistant Cashier
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Steel lined Vaults and Safety Deposit
Boxes. General Banking Business.
Drafts issued on all principal .cities
of the world. \
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Directors—Jas. Fleming, C. .L
Hall, G. B. Richmond, A. N. Gage, K
lleyman, F. M. Murphy, E. M. FerryUv
E. B. Gage, T. W. Pemberton.
Marquez & Mavis
GROCERIES HAY
•s. and GRAIN *•
JFS
Fresh Fruits, Candies and Nuts
A Special} 7
Front Street Wickenburg..

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