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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NOGALES. N?b
E. D. MILLER. fcdilnr and Prop. UNITED STATES AND SANTA CRUZ COUNTY DEPOSITARY. Capital.. .. . $50,000.00 f WILLIAM SCHUCKMANN, Pkk nrCIPCDO ED' TITCOMB Vice-President. 1 ' en act rirr rr OFFICERS. i bracey curtis, Cashier. StirplUS ..$45,000.00 OTTO H. HEROLD, Assistant Cashier. alcre6 aft Second-Class tlaiter j hocalcs. Anion Jiaaarv. IK. IMS. Official Paper of Santa Cruz County and Noecales. Arizona. ' OCTOBER 30, 1909. More School Facilities, i The public school finds itself already in a crowded state, especially in lower grades. Th trusr.res have wired to the east for an additional teacher and made arrangements to accommodate a part of the primary department in the Sunday school room of the Congrega tional church. Mits Margaret Hughes, of Wier, JCaokas, will arrive Sunday next and Monday will organize the first grade of the primary school in the above men tioned room MUs Hughes is a rad- ' uate of the Tmnpe Normal, and has taught several terms already in Ari zona. She will In tl.e ninth teacher employed in our public school. . A I! the grades in school are now well organized and the different de partments are running smoothly The pupils like their teachers, and good discipline is maintained. Times. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF INTERNATIONAL OSTRICH FARM AND FEATHER COMPANY. Know All Mfn II v These Presents: That 4e, Viliiara McGee, Charles W. French, and W. H. Hile. have thin day, and do hereby as sociate ourselves for the purpofce of forming a corporation under the provisions of Chapter II, Title XIII, of the Kevimxl Btatntes of Ari zona 11)01. and acta amendatory thereto, and -we heroby make, adopt, decdare and publish the following Articles of Incorporation, to wit: AKTICLK I. The name of this corporation is and shall be INTERNATIONAL OSTRICH 1'ABH AND lEATHEli COMPANY. AUTICXE II The principal place of tranbaction uf hnsi ness of this corporation and where its prin cipal office' shall be titrated, is and shall be the city of Nogalea in the County of Santa Cruz. Wm Mctieo feO W. H. U. - Li W. D. Branch offua mrtj be rr.-intalnft I by the cor ' poration. and the basinets thereof tranRacted. and the corporation may carry on buaine&a in uch other planes within the Territory of Ari zona or in any other State or Territory, either within, or without the United Sta'os as Che Board of Directors may deem necessary or ex- . pedient. i ARTICLE III The purpose for which tins corporation is formed, aud r,he general natnre of the business proposed to be transacted by It are as follows, to wit: Toeo.uip, maintain and operate ex ploration parties for the purpose oli tin ding inveetmonts. To loan money tin real and personal property, mines, mining properties, mining claim, mills reduction. emeltinK and rftininft works and plants, railroads, franchises, rights, interests, and securities, and on any security approved by the Hoard of D. rectors, and -secere the same by mortrase. deed of trust or otherwise, sb may be determined by the Hoard of Directors of the corporation. To buy, sell, own, bold, acquire and deal in bonds, bills, notes, mortgages, securities, evid ences of indebtedness, concessions, franchises, privileges, real and personal property, mixed property, obligations stocks, certificates, of stock, capital stock, options, and all and every description of property whatsoever; to act as trustee for ottier persons and corporations, and to hold and control in its own name or otherwise, the property of other persons and corporations of whatsoever kind, character, name or nature, and to exercise in respect of - any such property any and 'all the rights, powers and privileges of individuals owners , or holders there.if, including the right to vote upon any shares of the capital Rtock of any company or corporation hela in trust or owned by this corporation. To buy. sell, own, locate and otherwise ac quire and deal in mines, mining claims, min ing properties, lodes and placer ; to work, develop and operate the same and mine the ores therefrom, and mill, smelt ant reduce the tame; to locate, acquire, buy sell and deal in, tunnels, tunnel sites, waters, water rights, and to buy. build, construct, own, operate ami maintain, mining, milling, smelting and re daction plants; to construct own, operate, maintain and dispose of, such railways, tran sportation litres and facilities as may be ne cessary, proper and incident in carrying on the business for which this corporation is organ ized ; to do and carry on a general mining busi ness in all of its branched; to do and carry on j general merchandising business, ami own, -operate and dispose of, warehouses, boarding bouses, and such other lines of business as ray be necessary for, incident or in any way connected with purposes for which this cor poration is organized. , To acquire, buy, purchase, or otherwise hold own and dispose, of. the capital stock, secur ities, privileges and franchises of other cor porations, and bny, own. hold, hell a no deal in. Btes, bonds, options, securities and. evidenc- s of indebtedness; to purchase or otherwise ac quire from other persons or corporations, the crapital stock Itonda or securities of this cor poration, or any part thereof, and to hold, own aud dispose of ti same, to sell or exchange the capital stock of the corporation hereby created, or any part thereof, for the capital took of oth-r corporations, and for such property, ritrbts, interests, and franchises as the Hoard of Directors of this corporation may leein advisable to acquire. To build, buy, sell, own, bond, lease, mort gage and operate railroads, rail ways, tram ways, power plants, public service plants, and light ing plants, to purchane, lease, bond, or other wise acquire, own, sell and dispose of, pledge, mortgage, hypothecate, and ueal in letters patent, patents, patent rights, real estate, and any and all kinds of personal property, ma chinery, mineral lands, water, water rights, machinery, tunnel, tunnel ites, stores aud merchandise, cattle and livestock. To enter into contracts, bonds, leases, op tions, and agreements with other persous., firms, individuals and corporations, for build ing, constructing, operating aud maintaining railroads, tramways, power and lighting plants, reduction works, smelting und milling works or for any other lawful purpose whatsoever; and to buy, sell or otherwise oinpose or, any and all such contracts, bonds, options, leases and agreements as may have been entered into between other individuals firms, persons or corporations. To operate, sell, hypothecate, or otherwise dispose of, any property, real or personal which may come into possession of thi-t co-operation by foreclosure of its mortgages npon any and all such property. To enter into contracts fof removal, opera tion and construction of mills, smelting and reduction works, hoisting lxAchinery, mining machinery, and railroad, -and buy, own, handle. Bell aud dispose of the same. To engage in any and all business herein mentioned, or in any business which may be incident to any of such businesses, at any p'ace within the United Htates, or in any Stare, Ter ritory cr Country of the world, and generally to do and perform every other at and thing. And to engage in any and every line of business 1 If You 1 ave Been in our store, we are you will call again; certain If-you have not, we invite you to do so and inspect the swellest line of clothing in the newest . Spring Models ever shown in Nogales. For stout and slim, for young and old, we are head quarters and have oh hand a wide variety of choices in the suit line. You don't need to go elsewhere, if you are part icular call on us and get what you want. ALMADA HOTEL. A. B. Gonzalez, Prep, - SPANISH and ENGLISH SPOKEN. Is the Most Centrally Located, the Most Confortable and best Ventilated in tl-.ls Port. Spacious and' well Furnished Rooms. Cold and Warm Baths. RESTAURANT OF FIRST CLASS AND THE SERVICE LEAVES NOTHING TO BE DESIRED. OTT-YZkC-S, SOIT.,. MEX. IflONTEZUlA BAR M. T. COOKE, Prop. THE CELEBRATED McBR AYER WHISKY AND TWO NATION CIGARS KTOOilLES, o o AniZOKTA. BOSTON STORE, IE The Best Place to Trade. !N"ogales, Arizona which may be necfary, expedient inculert or pro per to the carrying on of the businens or buHineaneft for which this corporation is or ganized. ARTICLE IV The caoital stock of this corporation shall be One Million Dollars (1 .OOti.OUO) divided into One Million 1.000.000 shares of par valne of one dollar I $1.00 each, which stock shall be issued at nnch times and upon snch conditions, as may be per scribed by the Board of Directors of the corporation, and the Hoard of Directors is hereby authorized to issue any and all of said stock f ally paid np and non-assessable, in consideration of the payment thereof in cash, or The transfer to this corporation of property, rights or interests of any description, or services rendered or to be rendered for the corporation, and the valuation or appraisal by the Board of Directors of any p-operty, rights or interests so acquired, or of services ren dered or to be rendered to the corporation, shall be binding and conclusive npon the stock holders of this corp oration, and all others dealing wun trie corporat.on. ARTICLE V The capital stock of this corporation, when issued, shall be forever non-assessible. ARTICLE VI The highest amount of indebtedness or liab ility, direct or contingent, to which this cor poration is at auy time to be subject, is and shall be, a sum less than two-thirds- of the capital stock. ARTICLE VII The time for which this corporation shall enduie shall be twenty-five V& years from and after the date of filinK of tnese articles of in corporation for record in the office of the County Recorder of Phoenix, Maricopa, Ari zona. ARTICLE VIII The business and affairs of this corporation shall be managed, controlled and administered by a Hoard ot Directors consisting of not less than thre f stockholders, provided, however, that he Board of Directors is hereby granted the power to increase its members to a number not exceeding nine f) at any tegular meeting of snch board: Aud the additional members of the board so selected by the then existing board shall hold office until the next encceedi og annual election of Directors by the Stockhold ers of the corporation. A majority of the Board of Directors shall constitute a qnornm for the transaction of husinfHR. Directors shall hold office for one year (1) and. until their successors are elected and qualified, except as herein otherwise pro vided. The Rt-ard of Directors shall be elected an nually at a regular meeting of the et-clcholders, which meeting shall be held on the 15 day of October. Any vacancy occurring in the Board of Di rectors, or in any office, shall be filled by the remaining members of the board. The Board of Directors is hereby authorized and empowered to make and establish By-Laws for the government of the corporation, and to alter aud amend the same, and to make all rules in J regulations, which, in their judgment, are needfol or nefmary for their management of affairs of the corporation, and for the gnid ence and. control of the officers thereof. Pro vided, that, such By-Laws or regulations shall not conflict or be inconsistent with these Ar ticles f Incorporation, the laws ol the Terri tory f Arizona, or the constitution and laws of the United States. ARTICLE IX The private property of every stockholders in thi corporation shall be forever exempt from liability for the corporate debts of the corpor ation. ARTICLE X The officers of this corporation shall be a President. Vice-President, Secretary, and a Treasurer, and such other officers and agents as the Board f Directors may, from time to time, provide or appoint. The President. Vice-President, Secretary nnd Treasurer shall be elected by the Board of Directors immediately after their own election, from among their own number, and all officers so elected shall hold office for the term of one 11 year, and until their successors are ejected and qualified, ex cept as herein otherwise provided. 1 he of fices of President and Treasurer may be united in one and the same person. ARTICLE XI The Board of Directors shall have the power to sell and otherwise dispose of any property of this corporation, less than the whole there of. In the regular course of ousinss. whenever, in their judgment, it may be deemed best to do so; to encumber, lease, and otherwise handle any of the property of the corporation ; to ao quire property for this corporation; to borrow money np to toe amount herein limited, and to execute corporate notts, and other evidences of indebted ness of tb is corpor ttion thereof, and to secure the payment of the same-by mortgage, deed of trust, or in any manner designated by law, or by the By-Laws of Incorporation, as to them shall sem advisable, on all, or any por tion of the property, interests or assets of FIFTH YEAR 1909 Arizona FIFTH YEAR 1909 Territorial Fair Phoenix, Arizona, November 8th to 14th ONE GRAND WEEK OF ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM SCHEDULE Two Running Races daily. One Hundred Mile Automobile Race on circular track by world's best known fearlefes drivers for $1000.00 purse. Finish of Los Angeles to Phoenix Cross Country Race for $1,500 purse. ' Harness Racing daily participated in by star horses of the grand circuit, more of them than ever before raced west of Chicago. Arizona Copper Stake Race for $10,000 is one of events of week. Night of Fireworks being biggest and most spectacular display - ever offered in Southwest. Well arranged displays of Arizona's- Mineral, Industrial and Agricultural wealth. More Livestock than ever before and a new feature A Dog Show. A whole Carnival of Shows and many Free Attractions. DAN PATCH - - MINOR HEIR World's Champion Pacer fRace Record 2.001; Will Positively Hace Tuesday, November 9th. FOR WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP DOjST'T :viiss the event ' whatsoever natnre of this corporation; and to do and perform all acts and things necessary, requisite, or incident to, or in managing and carrying on the business and affairs of this corporation. AUTICLE XII Until th regular annnal regnlar meeting of the stockholders of this corporation on October the 15th. lltOil th fol owing person shall con stitute the Hoard of Directors and officers thereof, to-wit: WILLIAM McGEE. ; W. H. 11 Lfc. AiraOLEXIII These Articles of Incorporation may be amend- i ed at any regular- annual meeting ol the stock holders, r auy special nieetiug thereof duly called for that purpose, by the majority vote of the capital stock of the corporation then out standing and issued on the books o f t he com pany In witness wiikreof . we, the incorporators herein above men tioned have here to set our hands this 5th of October, 1939. William Mc Gee, Charles W. Krench, W. li Hile. Witness: K. S. Field, V. Vaughn. ficial acts; and I further certify that I mn well I ' acquainted with her handwriting, and verily j believe that the signature to the attached cer- tineate is her genuine signature, and further that the annexed instrument is executed and I acknowledged according to the laws of the State of California. In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal this 5th day of October, 1909. rSeal) C. G. KEYKS, County Clerk and ex-officio Clerk of the Su perior Court of Los Angeles County. State of California. State of California, t County of I.os Angeles, I, C. G. Keyes, Clerk of the County of Tos An gelr (and ex-officio Clerk of the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for said County, the same being a court of record of the aforesaid County, having by law a seal) do hereby certify that Iouise B. Uuerr whose name is subscribed to the attached certificate of acknowledgment, proof or affidavit, was at the tint? of taking said acknowledgment, prool or affidavit, a Notary Public duly commissioned and sworu and re siding in said county, and was, as such, an of ficer of said State, duly nutlionzed by the laws thereof to take and certify the same, as well as to take aud certify the proof aud acknowledg ment of deeds and other instruments in writing to be recorded! in :iid state, and that full faith ( ami credit arc and oiighi, lo be iven to hci ol- State of California, County of Los Angeles ( On this 5th day of October in the year nineteen hundred and nine before me, Louise M. Iuerr, u notary x'uouc ia iinu iur bam v.oinuy 01 1,0s Angeles State of California, residing therein, ' duly commissioned and sworn, personally ap- I peared William McGee, Charles W. trench and W. II. Hile, known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the within in strument, and who acknowledged to me thev executed the same. I In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set niy I hand and affixed my official seal the day and year in this certificate first above written. (Seal) I.OflSK U. DfKKR, t Notary Public in and for said County of Los 1 Angeles. State of California. 1 My commission expires Septemtxr 29, 1913. I Territory of Arizona, ( County of Santa Cruz, i 8 . I hereby certify that the within instrument was filed and recorded at the request of K. t. Miller, October 13, A. IX, 1909, at 9 p. 111. Itook miscellaueous records, pages 560 et. seq. Witness my hand and official seal the day aud year aforesaid. 1 (Seal) l'HIL HKKOM. ) 10-vj-oL. uotinly Kccindci. t I iners. Mechanics, Work Look for this trademark on Fleischer's Copper Revited American Clothing . 1 ing Men! Every Garment Guaranteed. The Best. Ever " Made !. Fleischer's American Clothing Faclor NOOALES, ARIZ. C. F. HOLLER. C J. RUFPELIUS. C. F. HOLLER & Co aslsra 2Ceu.se IBrokers, !For.varcLjn.g (gen.ts and Commissi ea U'tercKarits. Do ar General Forwarding and Commission Busiopsh Id both Mexico nnd tbe United States. Will Den) in Lands, Mines and Cattle. Promptness, Efficiency and Accuracy Guaranteed. . OFFICE MoRLEY AVESl'E, near International St. A::::::, El Paso and the El Pass Fair Associaiion INVITES YutJ TO ATTEND THE Q PASO FAIR 1 UHON NOVEMBER 1st to 7th, 1909 $15,000 In prizes for harness and running races $15,000 $'.2,000 in purses for baseball tournament $2,000. SEE "THE SANTA FE TRAIL" SOMETHING DOING EVERY MINUTE jkfinijig exJiibits, live stoclt' sJtoivs a,nd cattlemen's conventions Elaborate displays of fancy fruits and grains raised by irriga tion and dry farming in the Great South west Os-Aple illuminated- parade and street carnival. Que Fare For-Round Trip all h:::i: EL PASO FAIR EXPOSITION November 1 to 7, 1909.