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THE MOHAIVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1918.
Range and Market News
Interns of Interest Pertaining to the Livestock Industry of Arizona,
Market Letter for the Past Week.
PIANO, VIOLIN and VOCAL Lessons
Experienced teacher. Apply Mrs.
H. Barefoot. No. 1 Perry Cottages,
PAY for that moving job with 2nd
hand goods Blue Line Transfer
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.
FOR SALE Real Estate
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 RENT 4 Room house, bath,
sleeping porch, partly furnished.
North section. $20 monMi
WEEKLY KANSAS CITY
STOCK MARKET REPORT
FOR RENT 2 unfurnished apart
ments (Pegan Apts.) 4 rooms, bath
sleeping porch, polished floors ''uilt'
in features, large closets, ptc
FOR RENT 3 rooms, sleeping porl,,
furnished. Richard's tract.
FOR RENT 2 Rooms, bath. crern
porch, North section, water, unfur
nished $11.50 month
KINGMAN REALTY SYNDICATF.
(See Mr. Baldwin at Phone Office)
ELMER WELSH MAKES
LARGE SHIPMENT MOHAIR
KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS,
Oct. 7th, 11)18. Cattle receipts today
were 38,000 head about the same num
ber as last Monday, marke.t steady,
top around $17.50. Hog supply was
16,000, market 10 lower, top $19.00.
Sheep run today was 15,000, market
steady, western lambs $15.65, western
The steer market today is around 25
cents higher than a week ago. One
drove of prime steers brought $19.00 Which shows a big decline from a week
Elmer Welsh Tuesday last brought
in from his ranch on the east side of
the Wallapai mountain 5580 pounds of
Mohair, which he shipped to the east.
Mohair just now is high in price, and
as this shipment is of a fine grade it
will probably bring a higher price
than other grades.
Mr. Welsh has been accumulating a
big herd of goats and now has one of
the best ranches in northern Arizona.
BY THE WAY
From Engineering and Mining Journal
MILWAUKEE, Wise, Oct. lOtli.
A substitute for radium, the 'orld
A substitute for radium, the world
supply; of which is only about three
ounces of radium element, has bren
The following extracts from a rec
ent communication is nrinted as re
ceived. We refrain from laying our- found, according to a statement pre
selves open to accusation of having I fented to the American Institute of
attempted "to gild refined gold." We M.ininff Engineers here today by Dr.
therfor giv it as it came: Richard B. Moore of the U. S. Bureau
Mv dear sir of Mines. The institute
I noticed your Add inreguard you
were interested in securing corespon
dences from one in mining centers,
118th meeting here today after taking
up a number of important conservation
;tnd production measures in connection
THE ARIZONA CENTRAL. BANK, a
JAMES E. BROWN and W. K. RIDEN-
OUR, as admlsltrator of the estate of
CHAS. K. RIDENOUR, Defendant.
MBy vhtue of an execution Issued out
of the Superior Court of the County of
Mohave, State of1 Arizona, wherein THE
ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, a corpora
tion, plaintiff, and JAMES U BROWN
wnd W. K. RIDENOUR as administrator
of the estate of CHAS,. K. RIDENOUR,
defendant, upon a judgment lendered the
i6th, day of September, A. D. 1918, for
the sum of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS
and uttornejs fees amounting to ONE
HUNDRED NINETEEN and 50-100 Dol
lars, and the further costs of THIRTY
end 55-10C Dollars. United States golO
loin, besides costs and Interest, I have
this day levied upon all the right, title
lalm 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
wlt: UNCLE CY, Recorded In Book EE of
Mines, page 55;
CHARTER O, Recorded in Book EE
of Mines, page 54;
NCVADA, Recorded In Book QQ of
Mines, page 232;
NELLIE B, Recorded in Book QQ of
Mines, page 381;
JOHN T, Recorded in Book QQ of
Mines, page 37S;
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 3S0;
HARRY C, Jr., Recorded In Book QQ
of Mines, page 17.
JENNIE, Recorded in Book QQ of
Mines, page 277;
DAISY, Recorded In Book QQ ol
Mines, page 366;
SHAMROCK. Recorded in Book QQ of
Mines, page 84; all of the records of
Mohave County, State of Arizona
l'ubllc notice is hereby given thut I
will on Monday the 2Sth, day of Ottoucr,
A. D., 191S, at 2 o'clock 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, nil
the right, title, claim and Interest of
tald 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 of so much thereof as may be nec
essaiy 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. Last Insertion
FOR RENT After October 1st. 4
room modern bungalow. See A. A.
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. 4
room modern bungalow. See A. A.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
last week, otherwise few cattle
brought more than $16.0 Scaicely
any long fed cattle are in the country
at this time, and shoit fed corn and
cake fed steers are selling at $15.50 to
$17.00. Weighty grass steers, 1100
to 1300 lbs. bring$13.00 to $15.00,
lighter steers, $9.50 to $13.50 though
some well bred western steers weigh
ing 950 lbs. are bringing up to $14
.25 under competition from feeder
buyers. Colorado beef steers bring
$12.50 td $14.00, a few head in the
last week up to $15.50. Cows are 25
to 50 higher this week than last, grass
cows including Colorados selling at $8
to $11.50, canner cows $5.50 to $6.50, j
veal calves cull at $10 to $12.50
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS
Shipments out last week were 37,
000 head, and more cattle went to
Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado than
heretofore. Prices are strong
ago, native lambs sell at $13.50 to
$14.50, fat ewes are selling up to
$9.50 today. Other markets have
had even heavier declines than Kan
sas City. Large numbers of good
western feeding lambs are being of
fered every day at lowest prices of
the season, namely $13 to $14, feeding
ewes around $7.50, breeders $11.50 to
J. A. RICKART,
whomight keep you in tutch with the jwith minerals of a war-winning char-
mining activity of The districts of im-' ' , .
nortancp. and it iswith nlpnshpr to thp I Mesothonum is the radium substi-
best of my ability from long years of tute which, according to Dr. Moore, is
experience in the mining fields and (excellent in many ways. This can be
not haphazared guessing I will hope to iuse' " ls sam Just as efficiently fo
FOR THE GIRL BACK HOME
In the Paris Foyer des Allies of the
Y. W. C. A. a shopping bureau has
been organized with a novel purpose.
Of course every American soldier has
promised the girl back home to send
her something from the Paris shops,
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 SALE Slightly used Cremona
Electric Piano, $500 Metz Touring
Car, run less than 5000 miles, $350.
Story and Clark Organ, good shape,
$25. Ingersol Jack Hammer, good
as new, $75. Guns. Carpenter
tools. Musical instruments. Fur
niture, stoves and all kinds of sec
ond hand goods, at baigain prices.
BLUE LINE TRANSFER CO.
Phone Blue 160
but when he comes in contact with
as i the jargon of a French shopkeeper he
compared with a week ago, except on gives up and so the Y. W. C. A. shop-
plain and common stock steers which ping bureau has undertaken the task
are 25 to 50 cents lower than a week of shopping for that girl back home for
ago. Feeders sell at $9.75 to $14.25, iWm.
stockers $8 to $12.25, some extra com
mon ones down to $5.50
calves $10 to $10.50.
C. B. Craven, wife and a party of
friends came down from Chloride last
'Saturday and viewed the many relics
give you such imformation in-which
you are ineresed reguarding mining
properies of meri and magnaude dis
closing the earmarks of probable de
veloping into dividend paying prop
erties, that could be secured and equip
ped and, purchessed on right terms.
Mind you I wish to impress you
with the fact I cannot made a produc
ing mine out of gaunge material five
hundred miles aAvay from any miner
al zone, and above all I would be the
last man to lead you to error or take
up your valuable time in being devoted
to a wildcat proposetion, or bring you
any extfenctive rain-bow chases,
I have studied .this formation from
early life in my teen, and their is no
reason why I should make any Error's
having carefull watched all the great
mines of this state develope into the
greatest dividen payers in the U. S.
In brief, their are a lot of opportuni
ties here to be taken up and if you are
interested. I should indeed be pleased
to go into further details with you. I
will ashure you that I will not lead
you to any expenctive errors, But I
radium as luminous paint and it is
this use to which radium is being es
pecially put in the work on airplane
dials, compasses 'and gun-sight. In
these uses it has greatly increased the
efficiency of night firing both with
machine guns and artillery. The sub
stitute can also be used for cancer
treatment, tlthough the fact that it
has a shorter life makes it much less
desirable for this purpose.
Its usefulness in luminous paint
will continue for four or five years,
which is as long as is required for
cheap watches, push buttons, etc., and
which will prevent the use of radium
for such pui poses, as in some in
stances it is now being used in waste
The result of Dr. Moore's experi
ments met with great interest on the
part of the mining engineers and ex-
cied considerable discussion.
would suggest the best plan would fc
to send your engineer here and go over
the different properties with me and
select what would suite you.
WANTED Set Small Cornish Rolls.
E. M. Bind, Chloride, Ariz.
FOR EXCHANGE Fine foothill lot,
30 minutes from 6th and Main sts.
Los Angeles for Kingman property.
See Dubin at County Attorney's office.
a net loss of 40 cents of the Trophy train
last week and there is a decline of 10
cents today, not many good hogs are
coming, and the top' price today $19.00
was paid by an order buyer simply be
cause he was afraid to leave the hogs
at a lower bid. Packers stopped at
$18.90 today, and best lights $18.75.
Sales ranged on downward to $17.50
showing a wide variation in degree of
finish. Stock pigs are 50 cents to
$1.00 lower than a week ago at $16 to
$17.50, receipts of this class compari
SHEEP AND LAMBS
Best western lambs brought $15.65,
. . fy
Germ Free Blackleg Vaccine
THE PURITY LABORATORIES
Ond dose produces permanent immunity. Local agent,
State Agent, R. J. HIGHT I. M- GEORGE,
Tempe, Ariz. Kingman, Ariz.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTEBIOB.
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
ior Court ,
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 inj the Superior Court of the
County of Mohave State of Arizona,
and answer the complaint theiein filed
with the Clerk of this Court, at King
man, in said county within twenty
days after the service upon vou 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
he Superior Court of the State of Ar
izona, in and for the county of Mohave
this 3d day of September, 1918.
. (SeaU L. M. TEALE,
Clerk of the Superior Court of said
First insertion October 5 Last Nov.
U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona,
October 5,, 1918,
NOTICE Is hereby given that Elmer
II. l'lummer, of Sellgman, Arizona, who,
on January 3, 1916 made Homestead
Entry, No. 02S77S, for W , Section 16,
Township ID N, Range 8 W, G. & S. R. B.
i: Meridian, has filed notice of Intention
to make three year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, before"
P. J. Farley, Clerk of the Superior
Couit, at l'rescott, Arizona, on the 12th
day of November, 191S.
Claimant names as witnesses: W. C.
Denny, Jones J. Bishop, M. A. Bishop,
W. H. Ainsworth, all of Sellgman, Ari
zona. JOHN L. IRVIN,
First publication, Oct. 12.
Last Publication, Nov. 9, 1918. up.
A LETTER FROM THE
THICK Of THE FIGHT
( Continued from Page Six)
of them carry a joker, like the innocent-looking
codicil to a will which in
any case may invalidate the works.
Now everything Bill proposes will
only be just one more way to chase
the same old devil around the same
old fake German stump. They are
not to be treated with now or ever as
aj responsible Power. For the pres
ent, whaling hell out of them, and ab
solutely designating the switch where
they are to head in, is the only thing
that will do.
If anyone is drouping in his good
resolutions, cite the fact to him that
right NOW American boys, who have
been unfortunate enough; to fall into
their hands as prisoners, are being ex
hibited in German towns as exhibits;
handcuffed and lead along like wild
animals in a circus, where the popu
lace the nice, kind-hearted, simple
souled German people may and do
spit upon them, kick them for good
measure, just to show that they bear allow them to forget what once a
them no animosity .The guards make 'drunken Japansese diplomat said of
them eat off dirty dishes, food that the race of Americans; "You are the
is not fit for a dog, though it might be smartest people in the world, but you
for a beastly boche, and they work our are too damned slow." I say Amen!
boys unil they drop from exhaustion j And, with it all, I thank God I am an
in many cases, make them sleep in 'American! Pharisees please take no-
piaces mat are so crowded that no-one. tice,
humanities in between, that are local
and petty and beyond power of des
cription. If the knowledge of these
things does not inspire our people in
the United States to become bitter
endersl then they are hopeless and a
lead pill for breakfast, before they eat
their worthless heads off, will be about
the right thing for them.
Moreover, suffer no Hun to get
blithe and gay with you over any
thing! but take a rap at him with any
thing you can lay hands on. The time
is coming, and now is, when the mis
erable whelps of pro-Huns and spies
and propaganda-spreaders at home in
America had better begin wearing
their helmets, to get in practice, be
cause, if the people do not begin to
handle those reptiles in a manner
commensurate with their offenses, and
do it NOW, be very sure that this
ARMY will be perfectly "dee-lighted"
to do it plenty when they get bad,
and do the work on their own time
without pay. These are no idle words
as you will see later, unless I mistake
the cat eating cabbage just now.
When- WILL the great American
Mutt get wise to the HUN! WHEN?
Pope well said that "the proper study
for mankind is man." With equal
ceititude, it can now be said for all
the Allied nations that the imperative
study for them is the HUN! Knowl
edge is Power! also Safety. Noth
ing less will do; so get it now, instead
of being sorry lateron.
Oh, well! before the sleepy tousled
heads and grafters-at-any-price in Am
erica DO wake up to the beastly half
devil and half child, and devise the
way whatever it may be to head him
off and keep him from laying vio
lent, blood-stained paws (I will not
call them hands) on America, many
thousands of us who voice the warning
now will be voiceless and mute forever,
so far as this race of men are con
cerned. But the hope of salvation lies
in the millions, who will come across
after us, and see and know what wo
realize now, and return to tell our
people face to face; then they will be
lieve the well-nigh unbelievable story
of the Hun. It will then be written
in letters of fire on their memories,
and seared by sorrow into the marrow
of their souls! Crosses on Flanders
fields marking some loved one's grave
will serve as constant reminders; and
the cripple, hobbling around awaiting
the day of the final Reaper, will not
can sleep, giye them in many instances
a pint or a quart of water a day for
all purposes, BESIDES nameless in-
.'Wishina you the best' of luck, ever
your friend, ' ' '
EARL C. DESMONT.
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