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THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1919 BIG THINGS PLANNED FOR "FRONTIER DAYS" CONGRESS ASKED REFIEF 'FOR TUNGSTEN During tho Prescott Frontier Days, July 2-3-4-5th, there will be ample ac comodations lor every one wno goes to the Mile High $ity for tho big con tests. The Accomodations committee, headed by "Brownie" Gentry, has been well organized for some time and special arrangements have been made whereby Prescott will be able to take care of at least 1000 over the usual heavy influx of visitors. So that no one need hesitate about going to Pres , cott for fear that there will not be ample accomodations. The Mile High City will be decked in gala array for the big celebration. The business district from the depot to the Frantier Days grounds w,ill be appropriately decorated for the oc o.nainn. Alroadv contestants are be ginning to arrive from- all sections of tho country and the provcrmai otei. son" and clinking of boots is taking possession of Prescott. Aside from the Frontier Days con tests, which will be the best staged under the management of the Fron tier days Association, there will be plenty of fun and excitement for ev ery one. Tho boxing bouts, to be held each Avpninr- of the celebration at the Frontier Days brounds, are attracting j interest from far ana near, ine bouts in Prescott will be classy, the preliminaries having as their main stars the besfrtalent available in Ari- nn-na whilo fhfi hie drawine cards urili hP between "Hard-hitting" Wright, Mexican border welter cham- ' pion vs. "Babe" uabeu. iuain oouv ten rounds. "UinK" .farmer vs. uuu dy" Fork, lightweights, in six rounds. These champions are members of the 24th U. S. Infantry at Columbus, New Mexico where some of the best bouts in the entire Southwest have been held. The fights in Prescott between these men will be for fair, due 'to . ia fart that Cabell, is very anxious to win hack the title from Wright. Parker and Ford are light MroiVitc nf fiss. both havine beaten 'all comers in tho Southwest and it will be hard to pick between ,them. A twenty piece concert band will play concerts on the plaza each day and during the contests at the Fron tier Days grounds. This band is one of the best, if not the best, in the , state, and has in its membership many of the men who were formerly mem bers of the 158th Arizona's 'own. MJss Jessie Millar, who has won re nmni in flw continents, has been en gaged for the four days and during that time she will be heard in solo work, accompanied by the band. Miss Millar is a musician of the first mag nitude and music lovers will have the pleasure of listening to one of the greatest musicians of the age. Exhibition flights will be made by Tungsten was the first war mineral to receive atention by the House Ways and Means Committee, under a proposed tariff to rotect the mining and milling of tungsten ores. This measure was introduced by Congress man Charles, B. Timberlake, of Colo rado, who asked for a tariff of $10.00 per unit. Witnesses who appeared before the Committee were: J. H. Holmes, a Colorado producer, Roy Mc Kenna, of the Vanadium Alloys Com pany; A. H. Riddle, engineer of the U. S. Tariff Commission; George Otis Smith, Director, Geological Sur vey; Frank R. Hess, Geologist, U. S. Geological Survey and George H. Bailey, Assistant Secretary American Mining Congress, who spoke in behalf of the entire tungsten industry. It OF WATER CASES ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION In the matter of the investigation of Rates, Service Rules and Regula tions governing the furnishing of water h vthe Kincrman Water Com pany and others for domestic pur poses for compensation in Kingman, Arizona, and vicinity. DOCKET NO. 608. OPINION AND ORDER. was hown that Chinese, Burmese and Bolivian tungsten would drive Ameri can producers from the field unless domestic ore is protected. High class American miners can not compete with coolie or Indian labor abroad. Colorado, California and Nevada pro duce 60 per cent of the tungsten used in Hip TI. S. A committee of -mag- nesite producers has just closed a two day baitl-royal with the representa tives of certain furnace interests who attempted to show the Ways and Means Committee that Congressman Hadley's Bill to protect American Magnesite should not be adopted. The question of Americanism as agajist American interests in Austria was brought into ine cuscussiiuia which furnished lively dramatic inci dents. I The 'discussion of zinc tantt is now proceeding. Government air planes, under the command of Captain L. E. Appleby, of Rockwell Field. Opportunity will be given civilians to ride during the Frantier Days. Baseball games will be played during the mornings oi me celebration between the nignesi scor ing teams 'in the iState ot Arizona. Tt is nlain to be seen that there will be plenty doing, with variety and spice, to meet the requirements oi thp fast fastidious during the Pres cott Frontier Days. During the mornings, there will be the elimina tions in the roping and steer break away contests, purses for which) total S437S. baseball eames and band con certs. Afternoons, the Dig UTonuer, rinvo contests at the Frontier Days grounds. Evenings, boxing bouts', band concerts, dancing, flying exhi bitions, theatre parties, etc. Any one desiring to take a real va cation and enjoy themselves' every minute of the time will find no bet ter opportunity than during the Pres cott Frontier Days, July 2-3-4-5th. Various water distributors subject to the order in this case, dated May 19, 1919, have filed application tor rehearing alleging that sufficient notice was given of the hearing held in Kingman, March 29, 1919, and that the Commission erred in certain in stances in its classification of water distributors as between those who commenced the distribution of water prior .to ,May 12, 1912, and those who commenced on and after that date. Although we used every means aij our command to determine the names of thnan nrtincr as water distributors in TCino-man and the usual newspaper publicity was given to the Notice of Hearing, nevertheless since consider able property interest is' involved, we will grant the rehearing apllied for in order to permit every one interest ed to present his case. IT IS ORDERED: That on a date later to be fixed by tho Commission, rehearing will be had in the matter of the investigation of rates, service rules and regulations governing the fnrnishinc of water bv the Kingman Water Company and others for do mestic purposes for compensation in Kingman and vicinity. IT IS FURTHEK vauBMtxu: That the Commission's order in ,this case, dated May 19, 1919, shall re main in full force and effect pending further action by the Commission. By Order of the ARIZONA CORPORATION COM ' MISSION A. E. STELZER, , Secretary. Dated at Phoenix, Arizona, this 20th day of June, 1919. Get The Best Gents Suits 2 or 3 piece, Cleaned and pressed . .$1.25 inJUc finite 9 nionA suits r.lenneH and nress-1 K Gd $1.50 up Ladies Dresses, Cleaned and Pressed1 $1.50 up We pay Parcel Post charges from Kingman to Pas adena. You pay for return delivery. Give us a ' , trial The Crown City Dye Works 257 No. Fair Oaks Ave., Pasadena, California. Pasadena's Leading Exclusive Dry Cleaners A Blow to Art "Ye gods!" exclaimed Rantington Roarer, the eminent tragedian. What's the matter V asKea a mem ber of 'his company. i' A InJmni Vtmicn Irppnor nffpTR me H hall bedroom for $4 a week, on con dition that I do a few imitations in the parlor one night a week to enter tain her guests. Have I trod the boards for twenty years to come to this?" Birmingham Age-Herald. 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When the tires are in use our men inspect them at regular intervals and watch for such things as tread cuts, wheels out of line, overload ing, careless driving, etc., which if not cared for in time means trouble and loss. , The men make regular reports to you of each tire's condition. This , inspection service, which is free, enables you to get full mileage from your tires, better service from your trucks. Our representative an expert will call uponyou if you wish and explain in further detail how we can help keep your truck costs down. Goodyear Truck Tire Service Station ' FORD GARAGE l J. A. TARR, Prop:, Kingma K RON STATE Or ABXZOXA Office of the ARIZONA CORPORATION - COKKIS- SION - UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, State of Arizona ss. The Arizona Corporation Commission, does hereby certify that the annexed Is a true and complete transcript of the ARTICLES OF INCOUPORATION of i WEIGHT CREEK MXHXNQ AND MILl- ' ' INO COMPANY which were filed In the office of said Arizona Corporation Commission on the 16th day ot June A. D. 1919, at 10:00 o clock a. m., as provided by. law. IN TESTIMONY WHRRMhV Tho Arizona Corporation Commission, by Its Chairman, has hereunto set its hand and affixed its Official Seal. Done at tho City of Phoenix, the Capitol, this 16th day of June A. D. 1919. ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMIS- (.aeai; SION , AMOS A. BETTS, ATTEST: Chairman. A. U. STELZER, Secretary. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION of the WRIGHT CREEK MINING AND fflH. ZNQ COMPANY Know All Men By These Presents: That we, whose names are hereun to affixed, do hereby associate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a coiporatlon under the laws of the State of Arizona, and to that end adopt the following articles of incorporation: AKTMJliJd I. The names and post office addresses ot the incorporators are: Fred J. Ben zcr, Valentine, Arizona; George L. Greer, Los Angeles, California, and Joseph Kemp of Valentine, Arizona, The name of the corporation shall be WRIGHT CREEK MINING AND MILL ING COMPANY.. its principal place of business withmyk the State of Arizona shall be Wright Creek, Cottonwood Mining District, Mo have Countl, but other officn may be established and maintained within or outside of Arizona at such places ?.s the board of directors may deslfnate where meetings of stockholders and dirtctors may be held and any and all corporate business transacted. ARTICLE II. The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by this cor poration Is as follows, to-wit: (a) To carry oh a genera! mining, milling, smelting and reduction business, and to do and cause to be done all things necessary 'and, incidental thereto. (b) To purchase, lease, option, lo cate, acquire, own, exchange, sell or oth erwise dispose of, pledge, mortgage, hy pothecate, and deal in mines, mining claims, mineral lands, coal landi, oil lands, timber lands, agricultural lands, water and water rights, dam sit3,ies ervolrs, townsltes, hotels, restaumnts, stores, commissaries, houses and other buildings of whatsoever kind or nature, power plants, railroads and traiuwa3 to lead from the company's Works, and any other kind of property, both real and personal, and to operate, oxplore, develop and maintain the same and to dfal In the by-products thereof; (o) To own, handle, sell and control letters patent, trade marks and inven tions; (d) To issue, cancel and re-Issue shares of its own capital stock; (e) To purchase or otherwise ac quire, and to hold, own, sell, assign, mortgage, pledge or otherwise dispose of stock, shares, bonds, debenture and other evidence of indebtedness of other corporations, and while ,the holder thereof to exerfclse all the rights and 1 privileges of ownership, Including the rignt to vote thereon; (f) To issue bonds, notes) mortgages, i trust deeds or other evidence of mdeD- tedness and to secure the payment of the same; (g) To act asagent, trustee, broker, or any other fiduciary capacity; (h) To borrow and loan money and to do and perform all acts and things and transact all business In connections with the foregoing objects not incon- j sistent with law, and to do the same In T any part of the world as the board of directors may deem to the .advantage of the corporation. J ARTICLE IIJ. The capital stock of this corporation Eball be one million five hundred thou sand ($1,500,000.00) dollars, divided Into one million five hundred thousand (1, 500,000) shares of the par value of ONE DOLLAR (1.00) each. Such capital stock may be issued, at such times j.a the board of directors may designate, either for cash or real or personal prop erty, or services, or lease, or option to purchase or any other valuable right or thing for the uses and purposts of the corporation, and all shares of capi tal stock so issued snail inereupon anu thereby become and be full paid the same as though paid for in cash at par, and shall be no-assessable forever, and the judgment of the directors is to the value of any property, right or thing acquired in exchange for capital .. ii 1 An.li.ltta In .Via aha.nrA " of actual fraud in the transaction. ARTICLE IV. The time of the commencement of this corporation shall be the date of the issuance to It of a certificate of Incor poration by th Arizona Corporation Commission, and it shall endure for tbe full term of twenty-five years thereat- , ter, with the privilege of perpetual suc cession as provided by law. ARTICLE' V. The affairs, of the corporation shall be conducted by a board of five (5) di rectors, by whom a president, a vice president, a secretary and tressurer shall be elected from among their nura kir nrrwiiio.i that the offices of secre- h,tv nnd treasurer may be held by the same person.The board of directors may from time to time appuim om-n uun officers and agents as to them may f seem meet and proper. The directors i shall be elected by and from among the stockholders at their annual meeting to be held on the first Monday in Febru ary in each year, and shall hold office for one year and until their successors have been elected and qualified. Until tho first annual meeting of the stock- holders and until tfyeir successors have been elected and have qualified the fol lowing named persons shall be the of ficers and directors as stated: George L. Greer, President and Dl- rector Joseph Kemp, Vice-President and Di rector . Fred J. Benzer, Secretary, Treasurer and Director Dwight W. Harvey, Director Otto Conrad, Director. ARTICLE VI. The directors shall have power tp adopt, amend and rescind by-laws, to fill vacancies occurring In the board from any cause and to appoint from their own number an executive committee with all the powers granted the direc tors by these articles. ARTICLE VII. The highest amount of Indebtedness or liability to which the corporation may at any time subject Itself is one million (51,000,000.00) dollars. j ARTICLE VIII. The private property of the stock holders of the corporation shall be for ever exempt from the debts or obli gations of the corporation. IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have hereunto set our hands and seals thla 9th day of June, 1919. FRED J. BENZER I GEORGE GREER JOSEPH KEMP STATE OF ARIZONA. County of Mohave ss. This Instrument was acknowledged before me this 9th day of June, 1919, by Fred J. Benzer, Joseph Kemp and George L. Greer. My commission expires 2-23-1920. (Seal) C. W. HERNDON, Notary Public in and for Mohave County, State of Arizona. Ttt-.a l .Via a?I.a rf ttiA ArlzonA- f 1ICU 11, HI'S Afc. .. 2r Corporation Commission this 16 day oP Jun A. u. 1V13 ai iu;uv a. w. . ismv. of Fred J. Bemer, whose post office address Is Valentine, Arizona. ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMIS SION By AMOS A. BETTS, . (jnairman. i First Insertion June 21. Last insertion July 26.