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THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WEALTHSATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1918.
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR SALE Special bargain, fay FOR RENT 3 room modern house
like rent. 3 room modern house. with bath and garage. N. E. section,
running water, closets, etc. 50 foot ' unfurnished. $15 mo.
lot. Price only $1100. Twenty-five!
dollars per mo. ,No interest. FOR RENT 4 room house with
KINGMAN REALTY SYNDICATE screen porch. Sanitary toilet, no
See or phone Mr. Baldwin
FOR SALE On account of war this
ranch and property is for sale. One
of the best farms on the Sandy.
Lots of hay on ranch. Seven head
of milch cattle. Good bunch of
hogs. 100 turkeys, lots of chickens.
Corn, beans, onions and other things
Wagon mowing machine and all
kinds of farming tools, good and
lots of water. This is the best bar
gain on the Sandy. Don't miss it.
Come to Box 19 Big Sandy, G. W.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
bath. Furnished. $10.00 mo.
TEN SHIPS AND FIGHTING
TANKS TO BE NAMED FOR
CITIES SOGESSEOL IN LOAN
FOR RENT 3 room house with
screen porch. Sanitary toilet, no bath
Furnished. $10.00 mo.
RENT 2 room
FOR RENT 4 room house completely
furnished. N. E. section. Has screen
porch and water included. $22.50 mo.
FOR SALE 1400 feet 3-inch galvan
ized pipe; one bungalow; 10 acres
fenced, 27 miles from Kingman. 30
chickens. Patches of alfalfa and
Kafir corn. Road to house. Box A,
FOR RENT 4 room furnished house.
N. E. section. Big yard and garage.
KINGMAN REALTY SYNpiCATE
See or phone Mr. Baldwiu at Tele
FOR SALE Machinery and pipe.
Sealed bid will be received until
October 7, 1918 for engines, hoists,
stamp mill, pumps pumping plants
blowers forges, anvils, steel, iron
Vice's large restaurant range band
saws, shrinker, tire benders, motors,
copper wire meters, elect, water,
magnetos, storage tanks distillate
drums ore buckets, cable and numer
ous articles. Pettenger Mach. and
Pipe Co. R. 2, corner Walnut and
Anaheim Sts. Long Beach, Cal.
WANTED Set Small Cornish Rolls,
E. M. Bind, Chloride, Ariz.
FOR RENT Good five room house,
Well furnished. Rental very rea
sonable. Inquire at the Citizen's
FOR RENT Adobe house, corner
3rd and Maple streets. Inquire of I.
N. Hart. Blue 193,.
FOR RENT After October 1st.
room modern bungalow. See A.
THE ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, a
JAMES E. BROWN and W. K. RIDEN-
OUR, as admlsitrator of the estate of
CHAS. K. RIDENOUR, Defendant.
MBy virtue of an execution issued out
of the Superior Court of the County of
Mohave, State of' Arizona, wherein THE
ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, a corpora
tion, plaintiff, and JAMES E. BROWN
jind W. K. RIDENOUR as administrator
of the estate of CHAS,. K. RIDENOUR,
defendant, upon a Judgment rendered the
S6th, day of September, A. D. 1918, for
the sum of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS
nnd attorneys fees amounting to ONE
HUNDRED NINETEEN and 50-100 Dol
lars, and the further costs of THIRTY
end 55-100 Dollars. United States gold
.oln, besides costs and Interest, I have
this day levied upon all the right, Ule
claim and interest of said defendant
JAMES E. BROWN and W. K. RIDEN
OUR, as administrator of the Estate of
CHAS K. RIDENOUR.! of, in and to the
following described real estate, situated
in the Cottonwood mining district of
.Mohave County, State of Arizona, to
wit: UNCLE CY, Recorded in Book EE of
Mines, page 55;
CHARTER O, Recorded In Book EE
of Mines, page 54;
NV.VADA, Recorded in Book QQ of
Mines, page 232;
'NELLIE B, Recorded In Book QQ of
Mines, page 3S1;
JOHN T, Recorded in Book QQ of
Mines, page 378;
EQUINOX, Recorded in Book QQ of
.Mines, page IS;
JOHN F, Recorded in Book QQ of
Mines, page 375;
HARRY C, Recorded in Book QQ of
Mines, page 380;
HARRY C, Jr.. Recorded in Book QQ
of Mines, page 17.
JENNIE, Recorded in Book QQ of
Mines, page 377;
DAISY, Recorded in Book QQ of
Mines, page 366;
SHAMROCK, Recorded in Book QQ of
Mines, page 84; all of the records of
Mohave County, State of Arizona
Public notice is hereby given that I
will on Monday the 28th, day of OctODer,
A. D., 1918, at 2 o'Ciock P.M. of said day,
in front of south front door of .he Court
House of Mohave County, sell at public
auction, for United States Gold Coin, all
the right, title, claim and Interest of
said defendant, JAMES E. BROWN and
W. K. RIDENOUR administrator of the
estate CHAS. K. RIDENOUR, deceased,
of, In and to the above described prop
erty or so much thereof as may be nec
essary to raise sufficient money to sat
isfy said Judgment, with interest and
costs, etc., to the highest and best bid
der. J. N. COHENOUR,
Dated October 2d, 1918.
First Insertion Oct, 5. La3t insertion
BLUE LINE TRANSFER CO. All
kinds of hauling. House hold
goods packed and stored. Second
hand goods of all kinds bought
and sold. New quarters in
Band Boys theatre. Phone Blue
260. House phone Blue 205. Geo.
DRESSMAKING at your home or
mine. Phone Blue 202. Mrs. Curtis.
MINE WARNING NOTICE.
To Whom It Hay ConMmi
Notle U hutbr siren that th Imono,
Emenon Fraction. Hambltn, Anwta, 97. and
th Hobion lode mining elalmi, tltoaUd In
Wallapal mining diitrlet, near th town of
'Chloride, UohaT County. Ariiona. together
with the appurUnaoea theraunto belonging.
are undtr leas and bond to parties working
the same, and that neither the mint nor the
machinery and building thereon, nor the owner
thereof, will b responsible for any labor or
debt contracted, nor Injuries sustained by any
employer or employ In working said proper
ties i and that no employer or employ is tb
agent of th owner for any purpose, and that
all operatives tngag In such service at their
own risk, and that no debt or claim of debt
is valid against said mining property or Its
The sugar S. O. S. is a do-it-now
call for what is not well 'done- now
will not bo done at all.
In the Superior Court of Mohave
Countv, State of Arizona.
Elizabeth J. Cook, Plaintiff,
W. S . Cook, Defendant
Action brought in the Superior
Court of Mohave County, State of
Arizona, and the complaint filed in
the office of the Clerk of said Super
In the name of the State of Arizona.
to W. S. Cook, defendant, Greeting:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to appear in an action brought
against you by the above named
plaintiff iry the Superior Court of the
County of Mohave; State of Arizona.
and answer the complaint therein filed
with the Clerk of this Court, at King
man, in said county within twenty
days after the service upon you of
this summons if served in this said
County or in all other cases within
thirty days thereafter the times' above
mentioned being exclusive of the day
of service, or judgment by default will
be taken against you.
Given under my hand and seal of
J he Superior Court of the State of Ar
izona, in and for the county of Mohave
this 3d day of September, 1918.
(SeaH L. M. TEALE,
Clerk of the Superior Court of said
First insertion October 5Last Nov.
Statement of the Ownership, Manage
ment, Circulation,, etc.. Required by
the Act of Congress ot August 24,
Of Mohave County Miner and Our Miner
al Wealth published weekly at Kingman
for October 1918.
State of Arizona, County of Mohave,
Before me a Notary Public in and for
the State and county aforesaid, person
ally appeared W. G. Damon, who, hav
ing been duly sworn acordlng to law, de
poses and says that he Is the Editor of
the Mohave County Miner and Our Min
eral Wealth and that the following Is, to
the best of his knowledge and belief, a
true statement of the ownership, man
agement of the aforesaid publication for
the date shown in the above caption, re
quired by the Act of August 24, 1912,
embodied in section 443, Postal Laws
and Regulations printed on the reverse
of this form, to-wlt:
1. That the names and adresses of
the publisher, editor, managing editor,
and business managers are:
Publisher Mohave County Publishing
Company, Kingman, Arizona.
Editor, W. G. Damon.
2. That the owners are (Give names
and addresses of Individual owners, or
if a corporation, give Its name and the
names and addresses of stockholders
owning or holding 1 per cent or more of
the total amount of stock.)
Kingman Publishing Company, F. A.
Wilde, Sr., Allen E. Ware, F. A. Wilde,
Jr., all of Kingman, Arizona. Mohave
Publishing Company, Anson H. Smith,
Kingman, Arizona. New corporation now
in process of construction.
3. That the known bondholders, mor
tgaees, and; other security ho'ders own
ing or holding 1 per cent of total amount
of bonds, mortgages, or other securities
are, Arizona Central Bank, Kingman.
4. That the two paragraphs next
above, giving the names of the owners,
stockholders, and security holders, if
any, contain not only the list of stock
holders and security holders as they ap
pear upon the books of the company but
also, in cases where the stockholder or
security holder appears upon the books
cf the company as trustee or In any oth
er 'fiduciary relation, the name of the
person or corporation for whom such
As a mark of distinguished service
in the Fourth Liberty Loan campaign
the privilege of bestowing their
names upon steamships of the United
States Shipping Board and upon fight
ing tanks has been accorded respeo
tivelv to cities and counties of the
Twelth Federal Reserve district.
Ten ships and ten fighting tanks
will under this plan bear the names
of the cities and counties which have
made the greatest records for over
subscription when the loan campaign
closes on October 19.
The cities, for the ship competition,
have been divided into five classes ac
cording to their population in the 1910
census, as follows:
Class A (more than 250,000) Los
Angeles, San Francisco, one ship.
Class B (150,000 to 250,000) Port
land, Oakland, Seattle on ship.
Class C (50,000 to 150,000) Honol
ulu, Spokane, Salt Lake City, Tacoma,
Class D (25,000 to 50,000) Berk
eley, San Jose, San Diego, Pasadena,
Ogden, two ships.
Class E (10,000 to 25,000) Phom
niz, Alameda, Riverside, Redlands,
Boise, Aberdeen, Bakersfield, Fresno,
Eureka, Santa Cruz, Pomona, Long
Beach, Salem, Bellingham, Stockton,
Vallejo, San Bernardino, Santa Bar
bara, Everett, Yakima, Walla Walla,
That each state and territory of the
district may be represented on the
front in France, the tanks have been
assigned for competition as follows:
Alaska, on tank; Northern Californ
ia, one tank,; Southern California, one
tank; Hawaii, one tank; Idaho, one
tank; Nevada, one tank; Oregon, one
tank; Utah, one tank; Washington, one
tank; to the second highest county in
the state or territory returning the
highest number of ove
counties, one tank.
The privilege of naming the ships
is accorded to the General Publicity
committee of the Liberty Loan organ
ization by Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, who
was entrusted with the duty of nam
ing all the shipping board vessels. The
War Department made the same dis
pesation as to naming the tanks.
The selection of sponsois for the
christening ceremonies of both, the
tanks and ships will be made by the
successful communities by methods ap
proved by their Liberty Loan commit
tees. Contests fo the 'honor of officiat
ing as sponsor may be opened to all
persons except members of the fam
ilies of Liberty 'Loan executives. Un
der no circumstances will ship 3 or
tanks be named after individuals or
The awards will not be mads until
after the closing of the campaign and
only subscriptions in the hands of the
Federal Reserve Bank will be considered.
FARMERS KILL HUN
WITH BIG CROPS
Pinched by Own Hunger, Germans
Watch American Wheat Flow
in Plenty to the Allies
Range and Market News
Interns of Interest Pertaining to the Livestock Industry of Arizona,
Market Letter for the Past Week.
WEEKLY KANSAS CITY
STOCK MARKET REPORT
Kansas City Stock Yards, Septem-
WOOL CONSUMED IN
MONTH OF AUGUST
The SOll. tllO tVLn.fiotarl flrhtln man
that spring from the soil, and the un- ber 30th' 1918 Cattle receipts today
conquerable determination of tho were 37,000 head, market steady, no
Americans who till It, are beating the choice or prime steers here, top sale Monthly consumption
Germans. up to noon, $16.50. Hoes todav 11.- about 67.000.000 nminrls. irrense onniv.
Thrown back from his first rush 1 000, market strong to 10 higher, top alent, since January 1, 1918.
across the Marne and held at Verdun $10.85. Sheep and lamb supply 21,-1 Stocks of wool consumed in August
;, 1Z ,ttlmut rencn, tne Hung cast vvv, market around 25 lower, arrivals, in pounds, by classes, as given by the
nil trio fOntnlnt. U... Ii l.l i . . J r tF J O rf
Manufacturers used a million and a
half more pounds of wool in August
than in July, 1918. August figures will
be 63,900,000 pounds, grease equiva
lent, compared to 62,300,000 in July.
all the restraints of humanity and clv
illzation to the winds and ushered in
unrestricted submarine warfare with
the boast that England would be
starved In six months.
How nearly they approached success
will form one of the moat gloomy chap
ters in the world war history; how
and why they failed, one of the most
Inspiring sections of the enlc chron.
True, British and American sea-dogi
hunted the submarine; American ship
builders launched fleets whose sheer
numbers made it impossible for tht
Hun sub-sea terrors to sink all of them;
British land conscription turned hun
dreds of thousands of acres of parka
and hunting preserves Into crop-producing
areas; Hoover and American
food economy saved millions of bush
els of wheat and shiploads of meat for
fighting men and civilians in Franca
But in the last analysis It was tht
farm and the farmer of America that
Kept allied hosts on every Western
mostly on the feeder order, best sales ; Bureau of Markets, were: Grease,
$15.50 for half fat Westerns,
Best steers are worth $19.00, which
was the top here last week, a small
337,769,216; scoured, 11,732,697: and
pulled, 2,014,544. The reports show
Massachusetts still leading in wool
used, followed in order by Pennsyl-
number of steers selling at $18 and vania, (New Jersey, Rhode Island, New
upward, other fed steers $15 to $17, York, New Hampshire, Ohio, Connect
cakei fed steers up to $17.00 grass icut, and Maine,
steers $9 to $15, except some lierht ' According to the latest available in-
southems which sell down to $7.00. formationon wool textile machinery
Cows sell at $7.25 to $11, canners formation on wool textile machinery
$5.25 to $5.75. The whole list of cards and 2,263 combs in the United
steers and cows is 50 to 75 cents be- j States. The three firms whose re
low a week ago. All the markets had ' Prts are not included in the consump
reduced supplies today, as compared tion figures have a combined capacity
with last Monday, and it is probable I of 15 woolen cards and 9 worsted
that prices will make some recovery combs. This, it is pointed out, shows
tomorrow and thereafter during the'tliat the consumption report includes
week. The receipts here last week , 99-7 Per cent of the woolen machinery
were 108759 cattle which was the i in the United States,
greatest number ever received here!
in one week and 6,000 more cattle than
DECLINE IN STOCK '
NOTED ON FARMS
ever arrived at Chicago in a single
week. This number did not include
14,641 calves that arrived. Disposi-j
tion of cattle and calves to packers On about 5,000 representative farms
outside order buyers, and countrv buv-1 scattered throughout the United
front in plenty and added despair of , ers footed up 123,000 head last week, I State's, reporting to the Bureau of
victory to the pinch of hunger behind showing the complete absorption of .Crop estimates, the decline in the
the Hun lines.
His bumper crops Jolted hopes at
Potsdam and Vienna as severely as hit
flfrflflttfl. annn JntlflJ m.. 1 -A
suv.ua ouuo juivou icuiuu guueraiH ai ,
the immense offerings,
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS
Shipments out were exceptionally
SKl Cantlgny and along the Me "sfne lJ ? shW'1 ?
rsuDscnpuons expectatlong Qf Amerlcan crop faUur'25 to 50 cents lower. Market is steady
11 4-A M A Cfi
COXXl' "VU' ACCUCIO U pj.X IV pXft.UV,
' Dqma rian iwa a 0 l-rt 4-tin - mwiHao stv
saiiic ut,iiiic an 111 uic au gxauca c
were based with Germanic
placency on carefully plotted cam.
paigns of propaganda and sabotage In cept on good yearliiyrs which sold only
tne United States. .stockers $7.50 to $12,
Packers were successful in, making
a raid on prices last week, but the
market took a turn upward Thursday,
The general public is too little aware
of the bitter battles the crop grower.
has had to fight to bring his wheat to sales strong each day since then,
narvest. , Best heavy hogs sold up to $19.85 to-
uurnea Dams, standing crops, .har-'day, medium weights the same, choice
Testers and threshing machines were lights worth $19.60, bulk of sales $18.-
, a, Purtf th! "! nrin 60, to $19.60. Stock pig trade is ac
planned by these fellows of Bor-Bd, ' tive at $17 to ?19 th the demand
, -lYn. Vn T'01?; and ta ead of the supply continuaUy, and
too many instances their plots were n. . 1 j i. !...
successful. That more were not was . ? V- T
due only to untiring vigilance which handling almost to the limit. Pros
can never hn relaxed wh!i th. . Pects favor a stronger market for fat
nogs, aimougn receipts are running
SAVE FRUIT PITS
Investigation by chemists 4 have
shown that pits of spricots, peaches,
prunes, olives, dates, cherries, plump,
and the shells of Brarl and hickory
nuts .walnuts and butternuts, make
the best cut on for the millions of gas
nasks needed by the Amsrijun array.
Not only will this carbon save many
lives at the front, but consumption of
the fruits from which they come
means utilization of perishable foeds,
and collection of nuts for their shells
will make possible the use 0' their
meats as food.
All pits and shoils of the kind
specified none other should be
saved, dried and arued into the near
est Red Cross organization or such
receiving stations as may be designated.
MALTING OF GRAIN
FOR BEER STOPPED
The United States Food Administra
tion announces that from this date
(Sept. 21) forward no malting of
grain will be permitted for the pur
pose of grewing beer or near beer.
Malting will be permitted for the pur
pose of manufacturing yeast, vinegar,
ceral breakfast foods, malt extract,
and other products, but no grain shall
be malted for these legitimate pur
poses until sales have actually been
made. Malsters are now permitted
to purchase grain to cover malting of
trustee is acting, is given; also that the
said two paragraphs contain statements
embracing affiant's full knowledge and
belief as to the circumstances and condi
tions under which stockholders and sec
urity holders who do not appear upon
the books of the company as trustees,
hold stock and securities in a capacity
other than that of a bona fide owner;
and this affiant has no reason to be
lieve that any othr person, association,
1 ocorporatlon has any Interest direct or
indirect in the said stock, bonds, or oth
er securities than as so stated by him.
W. G. DAMON,
Sworn to and subscribed b sfore me
this 1st day of October, 1918.1
J. J. WHITNEY,
(SEAL) Notary Public.
My Commission expires, Feb. 21, 192C.
Bonds Buy .Bayonets.
New goals, not easy of attainment, about 10 Per cent greater than they
are placed before the farmer through were a year ago. Packers are ex
the plan for raising an army of flvs porting an average of six and half
million Americans to crush Germany million pounds of pork products every
next year. day, which means that it takes 44,000
He will be further handicapped by hogs a day including Sundays to satis
the loss of hands to the army, and ha fy that portion of the trade, not count
must raise greater crops. Plans of jng domestic consumption,
the Department of Agriculture call for SHEEP AND LAMBS
"grease ot wneat acreage in IM, Arrivals were almost 100 carloads
West by as much as 80 per cent I
today, and practically no choice fat
number of cattle was 0.8 per cent
from last July 1 to August 1 2.9
per cent in hogs, and 3.3 per cent in
lambs were included. ' Trade was slow
with a lower tendency following heavy
declines last week, with half fat Wes
tern lambs selling at $15,50 to killers,
choice Westerns quotable up to $16.50,
natives $15.50, feeding lambs $14.00
to $15, fat ewes around $9.75, feeding
ewes $6.50 to $8.50, breeders $11.50 to
$16.50. All orders , for feeding or
breeding stock can be promptly filled'
J. A. RICKART
"Cash and Carry" savings equal the ,
interest on a safe investment
The sacrifice of the American
home addedj to the efforts of the Am
erican farmer have removed fear from
the minds of our allies, for this year,
The conservation of food demands
of each individual enlightened fidelity
joined to genuine Patriotism.
It. is as much the duty of the con
summer to eat less as it is the duty ot
the farmer to produce more.
Gasoline for Sale
6:00 A. M. TO 6:00 P. M. ONLY
Beginning October 1st
The Pacific Coast Director of the Oil Division of the Fuel Ad
ministration has requested that that the sale' of Gasoline and en
gine distillate be limited to the hours between 6 A. M. and 6 P. M.
The Standard Oil Company is glad to comply with this re
quest and beginning October First all of our stations and delivery
facilities will serve the public between these hours only
This request is made for the purpose of conserving man-power
and we know that our patrons will patriotically cooperate with
the Fuel Administration in carrying out this important war
Standard Oil Company