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THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1918.
LEGAL ADVERTISING
NOTICE OP FORECLOSURE SALE
BY SHERIFF
No. 1637, Sheriff's Sale
L. LANDRETH, Plaintiff, vs BAY
STATE MINING COMPANY, A COR
PORATION, Defendant.
Under and by virtue of an order of
sale and decree of foreclosure and sale,
issued out of the Superior Court of the
County of Mohave of the State of
Arizona, on the 13th day ef Septem
ber, A. D. 1918, in the abovo entitled
action, wherein L. LANDRETH, the
above named plaintiff, obtained a
judgment and decree of foreclosure
and sale against BAY STATE MIN
ING COMPANY, A CORPORATION,
defendant, on the 13th day of Septem
ber, A. D. 1918, for the sum of 5,819.-)
99 Dollars, in United States gold coin,
besides interest, costs, and counsel
fees amounting to $512.70, which said
decree was, on the 13th day of Sep
tember, A. D. 1918, recoided in judg
ment book of said court, at page
, I am commanded to sell those
certain lot, piece or parcel of land,
situate, lying and being in the County
of Mohave, State of Aiizona, and
bounded and describe'd as follows:
The Bay State unpatented lode min
ing claim, situate in the Wallapai
Mining District, County of Mohave,
State of Arizona, location notice of
which is recorded in the office of the
County Recorder of said Mohave Coun
ty, in book "M" of Mines at page 706
thereof; t
The Imperial unpatented lode min
ing claim, situate in the Wallapai
Mining District, County of Mohave,
State of Arizona, location notice of
which is recorded in the office of the
County Recorder of said Mohave Coun
ty, in Book "N N" of Mines at page
511 thereof;
The Marion unpatented lode mining
claim, situate in the Wallapai Mining
District, County of Mohave, State of
Arzona, location of which is recorded
in the office of the County Recorder
of said Mohave County in Book "N N"
of Mines at page 525 thereof;
The Hub unpatented mining claim
situate in the Wallapai Mining Dis
trict, County of Mohave, State of
Arizona, location notice of which is le
corded in the office of the County Re
corder of said Mohave County, in Book
"N N" of Mines at page 524 thereof;
Together with all the dips, ores,
metals gold and silver bearing quartz,
rock and earth therein, together with
all the right, privileges, franchises,
appendant and appurtenant, tene
ments, hereditaments and appurtenan
ces to the same belonging or appur-
taining.
Public notice is hereby given that,
on Monday, the 21st day of October,
A. D. 1918, at 10 o'clock A. M. of that
day, in front of the Court House door
of the County of Mohave, I will, in
obedience to said order of sale and de
cree of foreclosure and sale, sell the
above described property, or so much
thereof as may be necessary to satisfy
said judgment, with interest and
costs, etc., to the highest and best
bidder, for gold coin of the United
States.
Dated September 13th, 1918.
J. N. COHENOUR,
Sheriff.
By JOHN HAMILTON,
Deputy Sheriff
First insertion Sept. 21, 1918.
Last insertion Oct. 12, 1918 up
NOTICE OP POSSESSION UNDER, OP-
TION TO PURCHASE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all
persons that tho undersigned, George
M. Nowell Is in full and exclusive pos
esslon of that certain mining propeity
known as the RED GA1" group of lode
mining claims and property together
with all rights, privileges and appur
tenances thereto belonging owned by
the Sparta Mining Company, a corpora
tion, pursuant to an option to purchase
made and executed by the said Sparta
Mining Company In favor of the under
signed, the said George M. Nowell,
which said notion to purchase is dated
March 23, 1918.
The said Sparta Mining Company Is
a corporation organized and existing
under and by virtue of the laws of the
State of Arizona.
The names of tho said lode mining
claims are: Red Gap, Rod Butte, Cove,
Red Gap No. 1, Puzzle, Anticline, Sparta,
Red Dyke, Golden Wonderand are all
situate, located and being in the Weaver
Mining District in Mohave County, in
the State of Arizona about twenty-five
miles in a westerly direction from Chlo
ride in said county and said state, the
location notices of said lode mining
claims being duly recorded in the Min
ing Records In the office of tho County
Recorder of said Mohave County, In said
State of Arizona, as follows:
RED GAP mining claim recorded in
Book V at page 117.
RED BUTTE mining claim recorded
in Book V at page 118.
COVE mining claim recorded in Book
V at page 120.
RED GAP NO. 1 mining claim record
ed in Book V at page 253.
PUZZLE mining claim recorded in
Book V at page 254.
ANTICLINE mining claim recorded in
Book V at page 255.
SPARTA mining claim recorded in
Book V at page 256.
RED DYKE mining claim recorded in
Book V at page 270.
GOLDEN WONDER mining claim re
corded in Book KIC at page 21.
to which records, books and pages ref
erence is hereby expressly made for a
more particular description of said lode
mining claims.
Tho said George M. Nowell is In full
and exclusive possession of said lode
mining claims and property and Is work
ing the same under and pursuant to the
terms and conditions of said option to
purchase and a deed to all said lode min
ing claims and property and all the
rights, privileges and appurtenances
thereto belonging has been made, signed
and sealed with the corporate seal by
the duly authorized and constituted of
ficers of said Sparta Mining Company
conveying the said lode mtnlnc claims
and property in fee simple to sala George
M. Nowell, which said deed has been
deposited In escrow with the Security
Trust and Savings Bank of Los Angeles,
in the County of Los Angoles, in the
State of California subject to the tenn
and conditions of said option to pur
chase above-named.
Dated this seventeenth day of August,
1918.
GEORGE M. NOWELL
First Insertion Sept. 20, 1918,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB V. 8.
PATENT
Survey No 3405 Attn United States
Land Office, Serial No. 040280, Phoe
nix, Arizona, August 31, 1918.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that in
pursuance of Chapter 6 of Title XXXII
of the Revised Statutes of the United
States, and the Acts amendatory there
of, AGNES SCANLON, whoso post-office
address Is 703 1-2 South Broadway,
in tho city of Los Angeles, County of
Los Angeles, and Sta'te of California, by
her duly authorized and appointed Attorney-in-fact,
O. F. KUENCER, whose
postoffice address is Kingman, Mohave
County, Arizona, has made application to
tho United States for patent tor 1500
linear feet on EMPIRE and MANHAT
AN lodes, respectively, bearing Gold and
Silver, the same being 149b feet souther
ly and 2 feet northerly on said EMPIRE
lode, and 1498 feet northerly and 2 feet
southerly on said MANHATAN lode,
from tho respective discovery shafts
thereon, with surface ground GOO feet
In width on each oi said loues, anu ior
tho EMPIRE MILL SITE, all embraced
in Minerol Survey No. 3405 A&.U, and
are situate in Lost Basin Mining Dls
tilct, County of Mohave, State of Ari
zona, and described by tho official plat,
and by the field notes on file In the of
fice or tne itegifcter oi tno unueu aiaies
Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, as
follows, viz.
EMPIRE LODE, SURVEY NO 3405 A&B
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence U. S.
M. M. No. 1 (erected In connection with
Survey No 822). bears S 73 deg. 50 mln.
W. 4247 ft.
The Section Corner common to Sec
tions 28, 29, 32 and 33, T. 30 N , R. 17 W.
G. & S. R. M. (unapproved survey), bears
N. 19 deg. 29 mln. W, 42(Tft.
Thence N 3 deg. 12 mln. W. 1500 ft.
to Cor. No. 2, Identical with Cor. No. 1,
MANHATAN lode of this Survey. Thence
N. SC deg. 48 mln. E. 600 ft to Cor. No.
3, Identical with Cor. No. 4, MANHATAN
lodo of this Survey. Thence S. 3 deg.
12 mln. E. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 4. Thence
S. 86 deg. 48 mln. W. GOO ft. to Cor. No.
1, the place of beginning.
MANHATAN lode, SURVEY No. 3405
A&B
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, Identical with
Cor. No 2 EMPIRE lode of this Survey,
previously described, whence U. S. M. M
No 1, bears S 56 deg. 08 mln. W. 4S09
ft. to Cor. No. 2. Thence N. 86 deg. 48
mln. E 600 ft. to Cor. No. 3. Thence S.
4 deg 4G min. W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No 4,
identical with Cor. No 3, EMPIRE lode
of this Survey, previously described.
Thence S. 86 deg 48 mln. W. 600 ft. to
Cor No. 1, the place of beginning.
EMPIRE MILL SITE, SURVEY NO.
3405 A&B
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, identical with
a corner of the location, nnd with Cor.
No. 3, Survey No. 823, Golden Gate Mill
Site, whence U. S. M. M. No. 2, (erected
In connection with Survey No. 823 Gol
den Gate M. S ), bears N. 27 deg. 10
mln. W. 1620 ft.
The 1-4 section corner between sec
tions 31 and 32, T. 31 N., R. 17 W., G. &
S. R. M. (unapproved survey), bears N.
33 deg. 27 mln. W. 1378 ft.
Cor. No. 2, MANHATAN lode, Sur. No.
3405 A, bears S. 10 deg. 32 mln. E.
25,704 ft.
Thence S 46 deg. 40 mln. E. 330 ft
to Cor. No. 2, Identical with corner of
the itcation and with Cor. No 4, Sur
vey No. 823, Golden Gate Mill Site.
Thence S. 43 deg. 20 mln. W. 660 ft. to
Cor. No 3, identical with corner of loca
tion and with Cor. No. 5, Sur. No. 823,
Golden Gate M. S. Thenco N. 46 deg
40 mln. W. 330 ft. to Cor. No. 4, identi
cal with corner of location and with
corner No. 2, Sur. No 823, Golden Gate
M. S. Thence N. 43 deg. 20 mln E. 660
ft. to Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning
There are no known adjoining claims
to either of said EMPIRE and MAN
HATAN lodes or said EMPIRE MILL
SITE.
There are no known conflicting
claims with either of the EMPIRE or
MANHATAN lodes.
Area in conflict with EMPIRE MILL
SITE, Golden Gate Mill Site, Sur. No.
823, 5,000 acres.
The respective location certificates of
the EMPIRE and MANHATAN lodes
and EMPIRE MILL SITE are recorded
In the Mining Records and Mill Sites
and Water Rights, In the office of the
Recorder of Mohave County, State of
Arizona, as follows:
EMPIRE lode, in Book HH of Mines,
at page 12.
MANHATAN lode, in Book HH of
Mines, at page 13.
EMPIRE MILL SITE, in Book 2, M
S. & W. R., at page 337.
J. L. IRVIN,
Register.
First publication Sept. 7, 1918.
Last publication Nov. S. 1318 up.
APPLICATION FOB U. S. PATENT
Survey No. 3451 Serial No. 040026
Department of the Interior
United States Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona,
September 19. 1918.
Notice Is hereby given that James Franklin
Kent and Samuel E. Yount, by Anson II,
Smith, their attorney-in-fact, whose post of
fice address Is Kingman, Arizona, have made
application for patent to the SKYSCRAPER
Lode, Survey No. 3451, situate In Wallapai
Mining District, County of Mohave, State of
Arizona, in Section 32, T. 23 N , R. 17 W.,
unaDDroved survey, described as follows:
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence northeast
corner of Section 5, T. 22 N , R. 17 W.,
bears S. 26 degs. 10 mlns. 20 sees. E. 9U.11
ft. Thence Sj 60 degs. 37 mlns. W. 600 ft.
to Cor. No. 2. Thence N. 39 degs. 23 mlns.
W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 3, whence Cor. No.
4, Survey No. 1900, Silver Monster Lode,
bears S. 77 degs. 10 mlns. W. 140.45 ft.
Thence N. 50 degs. 37 mlns. E. 600 ft. to
Cor. No. 4. Thencd S. 39 degs. 23 mlns. E.
1600 ft. to Cor. No. 1 the place of begin
ning. Containing an area of 20.661 acres.
Ihere are no adjoining claims as shown hy
the survey thereof. The location notice is re
corded in the mining records of Mohave Coun
ty in Book EE page 635.
J. L. IRVIN Register.
First insertion 9-28-18; last 11-30-18-up.
MINE WARNING NOTICE.
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice la hereby given that the Emerson.
Emerson Fraction. Ilamblln, Arasta, 97, and
the Hobson lode mining claims, situated In
Wallapai mining district, near the town of
Chloride, Mohave County, Arizona, together
with the appurtenances thereunto belonging,
are under lease and bond to parties working
the same, and that neither the mines nor th
machinery and building thereon, nor the owner
thereof, will be responsible for any labor or
debt contracted, nor Injuries sustained by any
employer or employe In working said proper
ties; and that no employer or employe Is the
agent of the owner for any purpose, and that
all operatives engage in such service at their
own risk, and that no debt or claim of debt
Is valid against said mining property or Its
owner.
HENRY SCHAEFER.
MINE WARNTI-tl NOTICE
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice Is hereby given that the Sunshine
Sunshine No. 2, the Hackberry No. 2, No. 3,
No. 4, the Protection and Homestead lodt
mining claims and Sunshine mlllslte, butldlngr
and machinery thereon situated. In Peacocl
mining district, Mohave county, Arizona, art
under liond and lease and that said mining
claims, mlllslte, buildings, nor the machinery
thereon,, nor the undersigned owner thereof,
will be liable or responsible for any labor or
debt contracted nor Injuries sustained by an;
employer or employe In working said prop
erty, and that no employer or employe Is the
agent of the owner for any purpose and that
all operatives engage In such service at their
own risk, and no debt or claim of debt li
valid against said mining property or Its
owner.
W. B. RIDENOUR.
First Insertion March 18. 1916.
MINE WARNING NOTICE.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the Armor Plate
Noi. 1. 2, 3, 4, and 5 mining claims, situated
In Maynard mining district, Mohave County
Arizona, are under lease and bond to partlef
working the same, and that neither the mlnei
nor the owner? thereof will be resnonelbe foi
any labor or debt contracted, nor Injuries bus
tained by any employer or employe In work
ing said property; and that no employer or
employo Is the agent of the owners for any
purpose, and that nil operatives engage lr
ouch service at their own risk, and that no
debt or claim of debt Is valid against sal
mining claims or their owners.
S. G. McKESSON
MARTIN C. RICH
Kingman, Arizona, August 27th, 1917.
First Insertion Sept. 1st, 1917.
LEGAL ADVERTISING
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
Notice is hereby given that the tax
roll for the year 1918 is now in my
possession, for the collection of taxes
levied thereon.
Taxes are payable at the office of
the County Treasurer and Tax Col
lector, located in the Court House, in
Kingman, Ariz., between the hours of
9 o'clock a. m. and 5 o'clock p. m.
One-half of the taxes on all person
al property secured by real property,
and one-half of the taxes all on real
property will be due and payable on
the FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTEM
BER and will be delinquent on the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next threafter at 5 o'clock p. m., and
unless paid prior thereto four per cent
will be added thereto as penalty, and
interest from the time of delinquency
until paid. That the remaining one-half
of the taxes on all personal property
secured by real property, and one-half
the taxes on real property will be due
and payable on and after the FIRST
MONDAY IN MARCH next, and will
be delinquent on the FIRST MONDAY
IN MAY next, thereafter, at 5 o'clock
p. m unless paid prior thereto, four
per cent will be added thereto as pen
alty and interest from the time of the
delinquency at the rate of ten per cent
per annum until paid. All taxes may
be paid at the time the first install
ment, as herein provided, is due and
payable.
School poll tax and road tax must
be paid with the first installment of
property tax, unless exempt by law
and in possession of a receipt show
ing the tax has been paid.
REVENUE LAWS OF ARIZONA
Par. 4917. Not earlier than sixty
days nor later than six months after
such taxes become delinquent, suit
shall be filed by the County Treasurer,
as ex-Officio Tax Collector, to en
force payment of such delinquent tax
es in the Superior Court of the County
where taxes are due, which same
Court shall have jurisdiction, without
regard to the amount sued for, tq en
force the lein of the State. It shall
be the duty of the County Attorney,
or his assistant, in each County to
prepare all pleadings, papers, and
notices in all suits for the collection
of delinquent taxes, and to prosecute
the same to final determination and
he shall receive no compensation there
for other than his official salary. It
shall be the duty of the County Treas
urer, when suit shall have been com
menced against any tract of land or
town lot in said "back tax book" to
note opposite said tract of land or
town lot, such fact, also against whom
suit has been commenced.
Given under my hand and seal of
this office, Sept. 13, 1918.
I. N. HART
County Treasurer and Tax Collector.
First insertion Sept. 14.
SUMMONS
In the Superior Court of Mohave
County, State of Arizona.
M. B. ASHBROOK, Plaintiff.
VS.
WASHINGTON-ARIZONA COPPER
Company, a corporation, James D.
Hunter, John D. Fields and Edward
J. Hoover, Defendants.
Action brought in the Superior
Court of Mohave County, State of Ari
zona, and the complaint filed in said
County of Mohave in the office of the
Clerk of said Superior Court.
In the Name of the State of Arizona to
Washington-Arizona Copper Com
pany, a corporation, James D. Hunter,
John D. Fields and Edward J. Hoover,
Defendants, Greeting:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to appear in an action brought
against you by the above named plain
tiff in the Superior Court of Mohave
County, State of Arizona and answer
the Complaint therein filed with the
Clerk of this said Court, at Kingman
in said county, within twenty days af
ter the service upon you of this Sum
mons, 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
again you.
Given under my hand and seal of
the Superior Court of; Mohave County
State of Arizona, this 8th day of July
1918.
(SEAL) L. M. TEALE,
lery of said Superior Court.
C By PHILIP A. SMITH,
Deputy Clerk.
First insertion Sent. l4-ia
Last insertion Oct. 1218 up.
R. H. Blakely, Atty for Pltff.
NOTICE OF NON-IIABHiITY
FOB, 1V&BOB OB MATERIALS FUR
NISHED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all
persons that the undersigned, A. C. Lake,
is the owner of that certain mine or
mining claim, hereinafter described, with
all Improvements thereon. That said
mine is now In possession of and Is be
ing worked and operated by A. G. Good
will, pursuant to an agreement with op
tion to purcnase, made and executed by
the undersigned in favor of said A. G
Goodwill, dated November 13th, 1917;
said agreement and option to be In
force up to and Including the 12th day
of November, 1918.
The undersigned Is not working or
operating said mine or mining claim,
or any part thereof, and does not intend
tp work or operate said mine or mining
claim, or any part thereof, or purchase
any supplies or materials therefor, dur
Ing the life of said agreement and op
tion with said A. G. Goodwill.
. Te "lt,f. f a,d m,ne or mining claim
Is the FOUNTAIN HEAD patented mine
situate In Wallapai mining district, li
Mohave County, State of Arizona, patent
from the United States for which Is of
record In the office of the Recorder of
Mohave County, State of Arizona, in
Book 16 of Deeds, Page 624, to which
reference Is hereby made for a more par
ticular description.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said A.
C. Lake has hereunto set his hand this
twenty-second day of November, 1917.
A. C. LAKE.
LEGAL ADVERTISING
NOTICE OF SALE OF BEAK ESTATE
UNDER. EXECUTION
RONALD D. WHITE, Plaintiff, vs
WESTERN ORE CONCENTRATION
COMPANY, a corporation. Defendant.
No. 1672, SHERIFF'S SALE
By virtue of an execution issued out
of, the Superior Court of the County of
Mohave, State of Arizona, wherein
RONALD D. WHITE plaintiff, and
WESTERN ORE CONCENTRATION
COMPANY, a corporation, defendant, up
on a Judgment rendered the 31st, day of
July, A. D. 1918, for the sum of SEVEN
TEEN THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED
TWENTY SIX and 72-100 DOLLARS,
United States gold coin, besides costs,
interest, keeper's wages, insurance pre
mium and all assessments accruing
since July 31, 1918, I have this day lev
ied upon all the right, title, claim and
interest of said defendant, WESTERN
ORE CONCENTRATION COMPANY, a
corporation, of. In ard to the following
described real estate, to-wit:
Each and all of the following named
unpatented lode mining claims, situate
In the Wallapai Mining District, County
of Mohave, State of Arizona, according
to the location notices thereof recorded
in the office of the recorder, of said
Mohave County, in the mining records
thereof, to-wit:
BLACKFOOT, BOOK Y, page 670;
OLD CANNES, BOOK AA, page 387;
BLACKFOOT CANNES FRACTION,
BOOK DD, page 509; ,
together with the ore reduction plant,
mill building, mining tools and equip
ment, machinery of all kinds and des
cription, and all other Improvements and
appurtenances, situate upor said mining
claims, or either of them, or belonging
thereto, together with two 25 h. p. Fairbanks-Morse
gas hoist engines and cab
les and buckets also one 1 1-2 h. p.
Fairbanks-Morse gas engine and one 2
cylinder Buldozer Pump and also one
Fairbanks-Morse 1 cylinder pump sit
uate upon adjoining mining claims,
which machinery is the property of
said defendant and has been operated
by said defendant in connection with its
said ore reduction plant for the pur
pose of supplying water; also all pipe
lines, both wooden and iron, connecting
said water plants with said ore reduc
tion plant, together with all licenses,
easements and franchises appertaining
thereto.
Public notice is hereby given that I
will, on Monday, the 14th, day of Oct
ober, A. D. 1918, at 2 o'clock P. M. of
said day in front of the Court House
Door of the County of Mohave, sell at
public auction, for United States gold
coin, all the right, title, claim and in
terest of said defendant, WESTERN
ORE CONCENTRATION COMPANY, a
corporation, of, in and to the above des
cribed property, or so much there of as
may be necessary to raise sufficient
money to satlsy said Judgment, with in
terest and costs, etc, to the highest and
best bidder
J. N. COHENOUR, SHERIFF
JOHN HAMILTON
UNDER SHERIFF.
Dated September 20th, 1918.
First insertion Sept. 21, 1918.
Last insertion Oct 12, 1918 up
Carl G. Krook, Atty. for Plaintiff.
MINE WARNING NOTICE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the Six Prong
No. 1, Six Prong No. 2, Gopher and Bing min
ing claims, situate In the Maynard Mining
District of Mohave County, State of Arizona,
are under lease and bond to parties working
same, and that neither the mine nor the own
ers thereof will be responsible for any labor
or debt contracted, nor Injuries sustained by
any employer or employe in working said
property ; and that no employer or employe
is the agent of the owners for any purpose,
and that all tho operatives engage in such
service at their own risk, and that no debt
or claim of debt is valid against said mining
property or us owners.
Dated February 28, 1918.
THOMAS SICKLES.
First insertion March 2, 1918-2m-pd.
NOTICE OF SAI.E OF BEAK ESTATE
UNDER EXECUTION
No. 1615, Sheriffs Sale
W. M. JAMES, Plaintiff vs TIMES
MINING COMPANY, a corporation, de
fendant. By virtue of an execution issued out
of the Superior Court of the County of
Mohave, State of Arizona, wherein W.
M. JAMES, plaintiff, and TIMES MIN
ING COMPANY, a corporation, defend
ant, upon a Judgment rendered the 11th,
day of June, A D. 1918, for the sum or
TWO HUNDRED and no 100 DOLLARS,
United States gold coin, besides cost and
interest, I have this day levied upon all
the right, title, claim and interest of
said defendant, TIMES MINING COM
PANY, a corporation, of, in and to the
following described real estate, to-wit
The undivided one-half Interest of
said defendant in and to the property
described In said complaint, viz: "GOOD
STOCK" and GOODSTOCK NO 1", lode
mining claims, situated in the San
Francisco Mining District, Mohave Coun
ty, State of Arizona; location notices
thereof are found recorded in the office
of the County Recorder of said Mohave
County, in Book GG of Mines at pages
400 and 401 respectively.
Public notice is hereby given that I
will, on Monday, tne 21st, day of Oct
ober, A. D. 1918, at 2 o'clock P. M. of
said day, in front of the Court House
door of the County of Mohave, sell at
public auction, for United States gold
coin, all the right, title, claim and Inter
est of said defendant, TIMES MINING
COMPANY, a corporation, of, In and to
the above described property, or so much
thereof as may be necessary to raise
sufficient money to satisfy said Judg
ment, with Interest and costs, etc , to the
highest and best bidder
J. N. COHENOUR,
Sheriff.
By JOHN HAMILTON,
Deputy Sheriff.
Dated September 25th, 1918.
First Insertion Sept. 28, 1918.
Last insertion Oct 19, 1918. up.
MINE WARNING NOTICE v
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the George
Washington, Thermos, Noonday, Missing
Link, BUI Taft and Cornish Boy
mining claims, situated In the Wal
lapai Mining District, Mohave County, Ari
zona, are under lease and bond to W. G. Page
who Is working the same, and that neither the
mines nor the owner thereof will be respon
sible for any labor or debt contracted, nor
injuries sustained by any emDloyer or em
ploye In working said property; and that no
employer or employe is the agent of the own
ers for any purpose, and that all operatives
engage In such service at their own risk, and
that no debt or claim or debt is valid against
said mining claim or their owners.
JOE MOYLE,
FRED MOYLE,
Dated Mineral Park, Arizona, July 18, 1918.
First Insertion, July 20, 1918.
LEGAL ADVERTISING
Mineral Application No. 039506.
United States Land Ufhce, Phoenix, Arizona.
August 22, 1918.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that THE
SCHUYLKILL MINING COMPANY a corpor
ation organized and existing under the laws of
the State of Arizona, and doing business in Mo
have County, Arizona, its post office address
being? Kingman, Arizona, through its author
ized manager and agent, H. T. Kudisill, of
Kingman, Arizona, has made application for
p-itent for Fifteen Hundred (1500) linear feet
on the BLACK ROCK SPRING LODE mining
claim, as per survey number 3422, situated In
Section Thirty-five (35) Township Twenty
four (24) North. Range Eighteen (18) West of
the Gila and Salt River Meridian, in the Wal
lapai Mining District of Mohave County, State
of Arizona, and described as follows:
BLACK ROCK SPRING LODE
SURVEY No. 3422
Beginning at Cor. No. 1. a pine post 4 ft.
long, 4 in3. square, set 18 ins. in the ground,
wilth mound of stones, scribed BRS1-3422,
whence
The Cor. Sees. 2, 3, 34 & 35. Ts. 23 & 24. N..
R. 18 W. G. & S. R. B. M. bears S. 60 dec. 23
mln. 40 sec. W. 1272.85 ft.
The N. W. Cor. New Jersey Extension lode.
unsurveyed, Ed Mingle, claimant, bears N. 20
deg. 42 min. E. 110.55 ft.
A cross (X) and BR-BRS 1-3422 chiseled on
face of granite outcrop 24x36 ins. 20 Ins.
above ground, bears S. 40 deg. 20 min. W. 29 6
ft
No other bearing objects available.
Thence N. 11 deg. 46 mln. W. 21.88 feet, in
tersect the west end line New Jersey Extension
lode, unsurvescd. at S. 27 deg. 68 min. W.
E2.84 ft. from the N. W. Cor. 60.00 feet, in
tersect center of wagon road running N. 53
deg. E. 391.12 feet, S. E. Cor., Carpathian lode,
unsurveyed. Mike Fugina, claimant, 1500.00
feet, Cor. No. 2, a pine post 4 ft. long, 4 Ins.
square, set 18 Ins. in the ground, with mound
of stone, scribed BRS2-3422, whence
The S. W. Cor. Majestic lode, unsurveyed, F.
H. Crafts, claimant, bears S. 44 dee. 07 mln.
E. 504.54 ft.
A cross (X) and BR-BRS 2-3422 chiseled on
face of granite outcrop 18x36 inches, 12 inch
es above ground, bears S. 87 deg. 41 min. E.
32.40 ft.
No other bearing objects available.
Thence N. 78 deg. 14 min. E. 115.24 feet. In
tersect the east side line Carpathian lode, un
surveyed, at S. 50 deg. 50 mln. E. 289.56 ft.
from the N. E. Cor. and N. 6 deg. 50 mln. W.
1114.85 ft. from the S. E. Cor., 120.66 feet, in
tersects the south line Good Enough lode, unsur
veyed, Anna E. Durkee, claimant, at N. 45 deg.
4q mln. W. 412.69 ft. from the S. E. Cor.,
300.00 feet, to the N. E. C. a pine post 4 ft.
long, 4 ins, square, set 18 ins. In the ground,
with mound of stone, scribed BRS-3422, 600.00
feet, to Cor. No. 3, a pine post 4 ft. long, 4 Ins.
square, set 18 Ins. in the ground, with mound
of stones, scribed, BRS 3-3422, whence
The S. E. Cor. Good Enough lode, unsurvev
ed, bears S. 24 deg. 16 mln. 40 sec. W. 423.."..
ft.
No bearing objects available.
Thence S. 11 deg. 46 min. E. 84.09 feet, in
tersect east end line of Good Enough 1 ids, un
surveyed, at N. 32 deg. 12 min. E. 358.97 ft.
from the S. E. Cor. and the west end line of
Majestic lode, unsurveyed, at N. 32 deg. 12
min. E. 475 37 ft. from the S. W. Cor. 684.54
feet, intersect south side line Majestic lode, un
surveyed, at S. 63 deg. 43 min. E. 419.09 ft.
from the S. W. Cor. 1178.00 feet, intersect cen
ter of wagon road, running N. 55 deg. E.
1500.00 ft. to Cor. No. 4, a pine post 4 ft. long,
4 Ins. square, set 18 ins. in the ground, with
mound of stones scribed BRS 4-3422, whence
a cross (X) and BR-BRS 4-3422 chiseled on
face of granite outcrop 6 x 10 ft., 4 ft. high
bears S. 48 deg. 45 mln. E. 37.5 ft.
Thence S. 78 deg. 14 mln. W. 300.00 feet
to the S. E.v C, a pine post 4 ft. long, 4 ins.
square, 18 ins. in the ground with mound of
stones scribed BRS-3422 448 52 feet, Intersect
north side line. New Jersey Extension lode,
unsurveyed, at S. 66 deg. 25 mln. E. 131.11
ft. from the N. W. Cor.. 600.00 feet, to Cor.
No. 1, the place of beginning.
Variation at all corners 15 deg. 40 mln. E.
Total net area claimed in Black Rock
Spring lode, 20.661 acres.
Area in conflict with:
New Jersey Extension lode, unsur,
Carpathian lode, unsur..
Good Enough lode, unsur., .
Majestic lode, unsur., .
.117 acres
1.467 acres
2.124 acres
2.275 acres
The survey of this location Is iidentlcal with
the location as staked upon the ground.
Any and oil persons claiming adversely the
mining ground, veins, lodes, premises, or any
portion thereof, so described, surveyed, platted
nnd applied for, are hereby notified that un
less their adverse claims be dul filed accord
ing to law and the regulations thereunder,
within the time prescribed by law. In the
United States Land Office at Phoenix, In the
County of Maricopa. State of Arizona, they
will bo barred by virtue of the provisions of
said statute.
J. L IRVIN
Register.
First insertion August 24.
Last Insertion October 26.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOB A UNITED STATES PATENT.
Serial No. 040373
Survey No. 3458
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE Phoe
nix, Arizona, August 24, 1918.
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN: That
in pursuance of Chapter Six of Title
Thirty-Two of the Revised Statutes of
the United States, M. A. SAWYER,
whose residence and post-office address
is Kingman, Mohave County, Arizona,
claiming 1500 linear feet of the GREAT
CANYON quartz mining claim, vein, lode
or mineral deposit, bearing gold and sil
ver, with surface ground 600 feet In
width for the convenient working there
of, situate in Cedar mining district in
Mohave County, Arizona, being Survey
No 3458, hereby gives notice of her in
tention to apply to the United States
for a patent on said mining claim or
lode, which Is more fully described by
metes and bounds by the official plat of
survey and tho field notes thereof,! on
file In the office of the Register of the
United States Land Office at Phoenix,
Arizona, as follows, to-wit:
GREAT CANYON lode: Beginning at
Cor. No 1., a granite stone 6 x 18 x 30
Ins, set 12 ins. in ground, with mound
of stone chiseled 1-3458 G. C. Cross (X)
a cor. pt., whence N. W. cor. of the lo
cation brs N. 2 deg. 39 mln. W. 31 ft,
a mon of stone 3 ft. high. Cor. No.
2-4-3290 A, Whale and Leviathan lodes
brs. N 68 deg 39 min W. 1081 3 ft. u!
S M. M. No. 3290 A. Cedar mining dis
trict, brs. N. 60 deg. 13 min. 10 sec. W.
1S12.1 ft. Thence S 78 deg. 19 min E.
600 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence S. 11 deg.
41 min W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No 3; thence
N. 78 deg. 19 min W. 600 ft to Cor. No
4; thence N. 11 deg. 41 min. E. 1500 ft.
to Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning.
LODE LINES. As near as can be de
termined from present developments, the
vein of this location, embraced in this
survey, extends as follows from the dis
covery point: 750 ft. N. 11 deg. 41 mln
E and 750 ft. S 11 deg. 41 mln. W.
AREA: 20.661.
LOCATION: This survey is located
in Sec. 29, T. 17 N., R. 14 W., G. & S. B.
& M. unapproved survey.
Notice of location recorded in Book V
of Mines, page 136, Records of Mohave
County, Arizona.
There are no adjoining claims
J. L IRVIN,
t-.i . , ... . Register.
First insertion Aug. 31.
Last insertion Nov. 2
BOOKS NOW OPEN
Dated September 17, 1918.
Office of the ReeorrW nf ATnlin,
County, Kingman, State of Arizona.
JNOtice is herebv eiven to tho citi
zens of this county that the books for
registration 01 voters are now open
at my office and at all nl.icps wlioro
deputies are appointed within the coun
ty.
Books were oDen for rpcratrotinn
May 1st and continued without inter
ruption until August 31 at 7 P. M.
when registration was closed until
Sentember 17 and will now mntimin
until October 14th.
General election November fi nr,H
unless your name appears on the reg
ister you will not be eligible to vole.
All electors must reeristpiv fnmor
registration will not suffice.
I. R. BARTHOLOMEW
Countv Rernrdpr
Sept. 17 Oct 14 out
LEGAL ADVERTISING
MINE WABNINO NOTICE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN;
NOTICE is hereby given that the
COPPER MAID. COPPER PRINCE,
LUCKY COPPER QUEEN, COPPER
BOY and PRIDE OF DELUGE Mines,
situated In the Cedar Valley Min
ing Dictrlct of Mohave County,
state of .Arizona, are under lease and
bond to parties working same, and
that neither the mines nor, the owner
thereof will be responsible for any
labor or debt contracted, nor Injuries
sustained by any Employer or Employe
In working said property; and that no
Employer or Employe is the agent of
the owner for any purpose, and that all
operatives engage in such service a.
their own risk, and that no debt o.
claim of debt Is valid against said min
ing property or its owner.
J. F. MILLER,
First Publication July27-tf
MINRPAT. IPDTtrtTtnv v n --
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, PHOENIX.
.,. August 22. 1918
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Frisco
Oold Mines Company, a corporation organized
find exiatlno- imla,. !.. i .l. c..
---. --..... ... ,rtwa ui me oiaie oi
Maine, and doing business In Mohave County,
iiiuiui, m ixsi omce address being King
man, Arizona, through Its attorney in fact,
Kavmond L. Dimmti-v f vt i
has made application for patent to the Burns
w, uu uuriis ixrae jno. l mining claims,
as per survey No. 3334. situated in the South-
east minrfpp nr ReMInn EV.... i , .l .. ..
-- -. ---- .... v,m. v- nuu me iMorcn
east quarter of Section Nine (9), Township
.V ;r ". v"" "" iwenty (zoi west of
the Gila and Salt River Meridian, in the Weav
er Mining District, Mohave County, Arizona,
and described as follows:
SURVEY NO. 3334
BURNS LODE
Beginning at Cor. No. 1. Identical with
Cor. No. 1. Burns No. 1 Lode of this survey.
,o Vnt P03' 4 feet Ion. 4 Inches square, set
18 inches In the ground with a mound of
earth and stone scribed 1-1-3334 B-B. 1,
Whence the section corner common to sec
tions 3,1 4, 9, 10, T. 22 N., R. 20 W. of the
Gila and Salt River Meridian bears S. 37
o 5" 34-min: 37 sec- E- 692-4 ". thence S.
8 deg. 62 mln. E. 474.73 ft. Intersect Una
olh; and ? at N- 89 dee- "In.' W..
j i m the corner of sections 3, 4, 9
and 10 and S. 89 deg. 69 mln. E., 2354.14
ft. from 1-4 cor. betf sees. 4 and 9, to cor.
?, A P,ne Post " long, 4 Ins. square,
set 18 ins. In the ground with mound of earth
and stone scribed 2-334-B. No. bearings avail-
Thence S. 81 deg. 08 min. W. 240.00 ft..
Ravin... mnpu TJ w --j o v. a - -. :
south end center. Identical with the south end
j l i . . "'"enai location, a pine post
4 ft. long, 4 ns. square, set 18 ins. in the
ground with mound of earth and stone scribed
: ?;Al3i. B with nail marking exact
point 425 00 ft. Road, course Northerly and
Souther v GOOnn ft - vr. o , V ",'' a
I . .. , ;-- - w wi. w. o. i pine post
' ";J"?.-.u !'???. 1.8 ls. in the
S iYt. """' oi eartn and stone scribed
( W "Si a.5SS (P and the lette" B- R.
3-3334 chiseled on large rhyohte boulder in
n1. iporo,."w..21t41:98:e the Bround bea"
Thence N. 8 deg. 62 mln. W. 1118.87 ft.
intersect line between, sections 4 and 9, at N.
89 deg. 69 mln. 00 sec. W., 896.15 ft. from
the cor. bet. sees. 4 and 9 1450.00 ft. Gulch,
course N. W. and S. E.. flows N. W. 1600.00
ft. to cor. No. 4. Identical with the South
end center. Burns No. 1 lode of this survey.
18 ins. In the ground with n mound of earth
fngi vlllbV 4-4-3324-B-B- No bear-
rr" -81 deS' 08 mln- E. 300.00 ft. to
North End Center, identical with the South
Fnd Center, Burns No. 1 Lode of this sur-
fy,i .Plne VV 4 " Ione- 4 lns- W,
111,1 ins; ln the, nd with mound of
p r? an,d, "" "ribed on the south fact N.
-.r3334"B" and on thenorth face S. E C
oToSnnlnr00 to N- l" the PI
206ialacr' "" C'a'med ln Burns Lod
BURNS NO. 1 LODE
Beginning at cor No. 1. Identical with cor.
describedrwnen6 f tU' SUrVey heretof"
. It section corner common to sections 3-
ff'J! Mft." S- " ' 34 mln-
Thence N. 8 deg. 52 min. W. 1600.00 ft to
cor. No. 2. A pine post 4 ft. long. 4 ins
ofUearShSi8f'n9- toh" ',smuni "Hh mound
of earth and stone scribed 2-3334-B. I, whence
,M ?SS (X) and the lcttcrs B- E. 2-3334.
&? Iare rliloUte boulder ln P,Me P
13 mli3E3MVft KrUnd beS" S- 48 deS
Newberry Mt. bears S. 78 deg. 64 mln. W.
m JlinS? j81,, dee 08 mln- W. 300.00 ft. to
North End Center, a pine post, 4 ft. long 4
Ins. square, set 18 ins. in. the ground with
mound of earth and stone scribed. E La
Bnnn'n,".Wlth 1?" ""kin act point.
600.00 ft. to cor. No. 3. A pine post, 4 ft.
long, 4 Ins. square, set 18 Ins. in the ground
with mound of earth and stone scribed 3-3334-
SnC,Ma.C?,S3 (? ,and the Inters B. R.
3-3334 chlse'ed on rhyolite boulder, projecting
mln. 16.47 ft. erUnd bears S" 23 des- 3l
A cross (X) and the letters B. R. 3-3334 chls-
" the face f a rhyolite cropping, 2 ft.
29!o6efthe Br0 N" 32 6ee- 31 mln- E"
Newberry Mt. bears S. 63 deg. 23 mln. W.
Thence N. 81 deg. 08 mln. E. 1500.00 feet
to Cor. No. 4 Identical with the North End
tenter Burns Lode of this survey, heretofore
described. 600.00 feet to Cor. No. 1, the Place
of beginning. The exact corner point on all
corners is marked by a small nail.
Variation at al corners 14 deg. 30 mln. E.
, ne' " claimed in Burns No. 1 Lode.
iu.doI acres.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
mining ground, veins, lodes, premises, or any
portion thereof, so described, surveyed, platted
and applied for are hereby notified that un
ess the r adverse claims be duly filed, accord
ImS Vnd the ,.rlaons thereunder,
within the time prescribed by law. In the Unit.
?wta.teL1aTnd Offlceo at Phoenix, In the
County of Maricopa, State of Arizona, they
slid statutr V 0t the pr0T's'on '
J. L. IRVIN,
First publication August 24. Register.
Last publication Octobr- "t.
NOTICE TO HOLD
Prospectors and claim holders are
are notmed that it is necessary to
file Notice of Intention to Hold for
1018 the same as 1917. They are re
quested to file said notice as early
as convenient to avoid tho mofe
the end of the year. This nntiVo
must be filed before January 1, ,1919,
Notice blanks may be had upon ap
plication at this office.
I. R. BARTHOLEMEW
County Recorder.
-n -..ru MITNE WARNING NOTICE
lo Whom It May Concern:
Notice Is hereby given that the Schuylkill
mine as recorded in book 4 of deeds, at pag"
recorded in book 12 of deeds, at page 762 et
e.:tl? Schenectady mining claim as re-
corded in twtlr A f jj . -. . 4C
1, ,' Sl ?" L!"!1 ?! mining claim,,
cm. rail .. "un. vauey view and
Silver Bell mining claims, and the Silver Bell
mill Rita flnlm aa ...J 1 l , , . . .
deeds, at page. 263 to 268, Inclusive, records
... ...u..o.c wjumy, Arizona, to wnich records
reference is hereby made for a more complete
uner lease and option, and that neither the
l mji imiiiuK claims or mill site or
buildings, machinery. Implements, fixtures or
improvements made or to be made thereon or
trlPrpllV fl atw mvma.,. nt tl.. O .. .
Mining and Reduction company, or the stock-
"" urejix.. ii. iiaDie or responsible
for any labor, material or debt contracted or
fnft.daa .lislatnal hv a .l... .
in working or Improving said properties: and
"". w cii"u r employe is tne agent oi
the owner for any purpose, and that all oper
atives engage In such services at their own
risk, and that no debt or claim of debt Is
valid against said mines, mining claims or
propei-ty or the owners thereof.
THE SOUTHWESTERN MINING & RE-
n.i r.vn w thptcc ;.
Witness:
FRED W. THEISS.
First Insertion June 29, 1916,

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