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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. Cur
tis. MRS. GEORGE MORGAN
A "REGULAR SOLDIER"
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same as the men. It used to be we
only had to wear them on duty, but
there is a new commander who has
completely turned things upside down,
and also ordered that we must salute
the officers. SO I TRAVEL THE
BACK STREETS. They take good
care of us, as regards our health, and
we wear masks while working, as a
preventative against Spanish Influ
enza. Think we start to-morrow. If
a girl has the slightest sign of a cold,
she is hustled right to the doctor.
The work is easy and I don't feel
much as if I'm working. We work
on six hour shifts. - Eor the next two
weeks I work from 12 noon until six
in the evening. Then after that from
6 a. m. to 12 noon, then 6 p. m. to 12
midnight, so you see I have plenty of
time for myself. There are eight
girls working in our office on each
fchift. There are about 50 all together
in the different departments of the
Cable Censor's Office.
We have to take the oath, etc-, just
the same as the men. I didn't get a
bit sick when I took the typhoid fever
innoculations and the doctor told me
he wished they were all as lucky as
I was. The last one made me sleepy
but not a bit sick. Some of the girls
were very sick, fainted, etc
Am glad Kingman went as high on
their subscription, San Francisco is
way behind. This new peace move
seems to be hindering it some.
Last Sunday the San Francisco
Chronicle took moving pictures of Gol
den Gate Park ,and we had to march
in the parade. The pictures are to be
sent to France so that the soldiers
can pick out their relatives and
friends. I was right in the front row
of our girls. It is to be shown in one
of the theatres next week. Think I'll
go and soe myself" in the movies,
"you never saw such a crowd in your
life. Think every one in San Fran
cisco was there. Some had big signs
with, "Hello Harry love mother,"
etc., and some woman had a baby
about six months old and was holding
it up in the air. The baby had a big
sign on it, "For (I forget the name)
This is your new son waiting to greet
you." It was a great affair and every
one was very much enthused over it.
We have to drill twice a week and
am getting to be quite a soldier.
When the Home Guard is taken over
by the women let me know and I'll
come down and give you a few point
ers. I miss all my friends in Kingman!
very much and often wish I could
drop in for a little visit with you.
Believe that I was wise in leaving
though as the change has benefited
me wonderfully. There are so many
chances for hearing good music and
seeing things of interest too which I
enjoy very much. Tuesday night I
went down to the St. Francis to hear
a very fine concert. Three Russians
gave it. It was very fine, in fact too
much so for me to be able to appre
ciate it as much as one should.
7 p. m. Just got back from work,
and as I told you we were to wear
influenza masks, perhaps to-morrow
well they had them ready for us to
day. You ought to see us in them.
They are made of white gauze and our
whole face is covered except the eyes.
We have to wear them all the time
while on duty, for 35 days. They are
awfully hot and I don't know but what
the preventative is worse than the dis
ease. However they are not taking
any chances. All the girls who have
a cold were sent over to the doctor
C. W. HERNDON
THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER 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 SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Three hundred head of
horses, mares and colts at 5 cents
per pound F. 0. B. Chloride, Ari
zona. Write George A. Bonelli,
Kingman, Arizona for particulars.
LARGEST ORDER EVER ,
PLACED EOR LOCOMOTIVES
Secretary McAdoo has placed orders
for 500 locomotives of the largest type
for the railroads at a price of $90,000
each. This is the largest order ever
made for locomotives by all the rail
roads of the country at one time. The
fact that the railroads have been al
lowing their motive power and rolling
stock to get in bad shape prior to the
taking over of the railroads by the
government has caused immense ex
penditures to be made by the new
management to get -the best possible
efficiency out of the roads. The only
road in shape to handle the business
offered was the Santa Fe, all the
others being badly hampered by lack
of motive power and poor trackage.
THE ARIZONA CENTRAL. BANK, a
i Corporation, Plaltlff.
JAMES B. 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
una W. K. RIDENOUR as administrate
of the estate of CKAS,. K. RIDENOUR,
defendant, upon a judgment rendered the
16th, day of September, A. D. 191S, for
the Mini of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS
uiul 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
coin, besides costs and interest, I have
this day levied upon all the right, title
dalm 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 decrlbed iral estate, situated
in tbe Cottonwood mining district of
Moluue 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;
NEVADA, 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 278;
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 2S0;
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 of
Mines, page 366;
SHAMROCK, Recorded in Book QQ of
Mines, page S4; all of the records of
Mohave County. State of Arizona
Public notice is hereby given that I
will on Monday the 2Sth, day of Octoocr.
A. D , 191S, at 2 o'clock P.M. of alil day.
In frnnt nf smith frnnt rlnnr nf -ho Pnnrt
I House of Mohave County, sell at public
j auction, for United States Gold Coin, all
I the right, title, claim and interest of
I hald 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
tssaiy to raise sufficient money to sat
isfy said judgment, with Interest and
costs, etc , to the highest and best bld
I 'J. N. COHENOUR,
Dated October 2d, 1918.
First insertion Oct, 5. Last Insertion
ND OUR MINERAL WEALTH
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB V. 8.
Survey No. 3405 AB United States
Liana uince, serial jno. uiuzso, inoe-
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, whose post-office
address is 703 1-2 South Broadway,
in the city of Los Angeles, County of
Los Angeles, and State 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
the United States for patent for 1500
linear feet on EMPIRE and MANHAT
AN lodes, respectively, bearing Gold and
Silver, the same being 1498 feet souther
ly and 2 -feet northerly on said EMPIRE
lode, and 1498 feet northerly and 2 feet
southerly on said MANHATAN lode,
from the respective discovery shafts
thereon, with surface ground 600 feet
in width on each of said lodes, and for
the EMPIRE MILL SITE, all embraced,
in Minerol Survey No, 3405 A&B, and
are situate In Lost I Basin Mining Dis
trict, County of Mohave, State of Ari
zona, and described by the official plat,
and by the field notes on file in the of
fice of the Register of the United States
Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, as
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 min.
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 min. W.. 420 ft.
Thence N. 3 deg. 12 min. W. 1500 ft.
to Cor. No. 2, identical with Cor. No. 1,
MANHATAN lode of this Survey. Thence
N. 86 deg. 48 min. E. 600 ft. to Cor. No.
3, identical with Cor. No. 4, MANHATAN
lode of this Survey. Thence S. 3 deg.
12 min. E. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 4. Thence
S. 86 deg. 48 min. W. 600 ft. to Cor. No.
1, the place of beginning.
MANHATAN lode, SURVEY No. 3405
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. OS min. W. 4809
ft. to Cor. No. 2. Thence N. 86 deg. 48
min. E. 600 ft. to Cor. No. 3. Thence S.
4 deg. 46 mlm, W. 1500 ft, to Cor. No. 4,
Identical with Cor. No. 3, EMPIRE lode
of this Survey, previously described.
Thence S. b6 deg. 48 min. W. 600 ft. to
Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning.
EMPIRE MILL SITE. SURVEY NO.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1. identical with
a corner of the location, and 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
min. W. 12 ft.
The 1-4 section corner between sec
tions 31 and 32, T 31 N R. 17 W G. &
S. R, U. unapproved survey), bears N.
33 deg. 27 min. W. 1378 ft.
Cor. No. 2; MANHATAN lode, Sur. No.
3405 A. bears S. 10 deg. 32 min. E,
5 704 ft
" Thesce' S. 46 deg. 40 min. E. 330 ft.
to tVir. No. 2, identical with corner of
the location and with Cor. No. 4, Sur
vey No. 823, Golden Gate Mill Site.
Thence S. 43 deg. 20 min. W. 660 ft. to
Cor. No. 3, Identical with corner of locu
tion and with Cor. No. 5, Sur. No. 823,
Golden Gate M. S. Thence N. 46 deg.
40 min. W. 280 ft. to Cor. No. 4, identi
cal with corner of location and with
corner No. 2, Sur. No. 823. Golden Gate
jvl. s. xnence -s. 43 cleg, 20 mm. a. 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
There are no known conflicting
claims with cither of the EMPIRE or
Area n confl ct with EMPIRE MILL
SITE, Golden Gate Mill Site, Sur. No.
823, 5,000 acres.
xne respective location certificates or
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 HII 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,
First publication Sept. 7, 1918.
Last publication Nov. 9. 1318 up.
DEPARTMENT tOP THE INTERIOR.
U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona,
October 5W 1918.
NOTICE is hereby given that Elmer
II. Plummer, of Seligman, Arizona, who,
on January 3, 1916 made Homestead
Entry, No. 028778, ifor W , Section 14,
Township 19 N, Range 8 W, G. & S. R. B.
& 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
Court, at Prescott, Arizona, on the 12tn
day of November, 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses: W. C.
Denny, Jones J. Bishop, M. A. Bishop,
W. H. Ainsworth, all of Seligman, Ari
zona. JOHN L. IRVIN,
First publication, Oct. 12.
Last Publication, Nov. 9, 1918. up.
MINE WARNING NOTICE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEBN:
Notice is hereby given that the Six Prong
No. 1, Six Prong No. 2, Gopher and Bins 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 the 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 owners.
Dated February 28, 1918.
First insertion March 2, 1918-2m-pd.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1918.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
Notice is hereby given that the tax1??, situate in Cedar mining district in
wii , ,, into , . , Mohave County, Arizona, being Survey
roll for the year 1918 is now in my No. 3453, hereby gives notice of her in-
possession, for the collection of taxes
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 paia prior tnereto, iour
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
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, to, 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 Jiave 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.
MINE WARNING NOTICE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the George
Washington. Thermos, Nvonday, Missing
Link, Bill Taft and Cornish Boy
mining claims, situated in the Wal
lapal Mining District, Mohave County, Ari
zona, are under lease and hnnd to w. fi. Pm
who is working Ihe same, and that neither the
mines nor the owner thereof will be respon
sible for aay labor or debt contracted, nor
Injuries sustained by any employer or em-
pioje in wcrKing said property ; and that no
employer or employe Is the agent of the own
ers for any .purpose, and) that all operatives
engage in snen service at their own risk, and
that no debt or claim or debt Is valid against
said mining lalm or their owners.
Jilted Mineral Park, Arizona, July 18. 19 IS.
First i&Beitioa. July 21). 1918.
APPLICATION FOR U. S. PATENT
Purvey No. '451 Serial No. 040026
Deparument of the Interior
United Stales Land Office, Phoenix, Arlxoni,
September 19, 1918.
Notioe 13 hereby given that James Franklin
Kent and Samuel E. Yount, by Anson H.
Smith, their attarncy-in-fuct, nhose post of
fice address is Cingman, Arizona, have made
application for patent to the SKYSCRAPER
Lode, Survey No. 3461, situate in WalUpai
Mining District, County of Mohave, State ot
Arizona, in Section 32, T. 23 N.. R. 17 W-.
unapproved survey, described as follows:
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence northeast
corner of Section 5, T. 22 N., R. 17 W..
beais S. 26 degs. 10 mlns. 20 sees. E. 944.11
ft. Thence Sj 50 idegs. J7 mins. W. 600 ft.
to Cor. No. 2. Thence N. 39 degs. 23 mlns.
W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. S, whence Cor. No.
4, Suney No. 190ft, Silver Monster Lode,
bears S. 77 degs. 1? mins. W. 140.45 ft.
Thence N. 50 degs. .37 mlns. E. 600 ft. to
Cor. No. 4. Thence S. 39 degs. 23 mins. E.
1500 ft. to Cor. No. 1 the place of begin
ning. Containing an Area of 20.661 ncres.
There nie no adjoining claims as shown by
the survey thereof. The location notice is re
corded in the mining records oi Mohave Coun
ty In Book EE page 635.
J. L. IRVIN Register.
First insertion 9-28-18; last 11-30-18-up.
NOTICE OP APPLICATION
TOR A UNITED STATES PATENT.
Serial No. 040373
Survey No. 3458
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE Phoe
nix, Arizona, August 24. 1918.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That
In pursuance of Chapter Six of Title
Thirty-Two of the Revised Statutes of
the United States. M. A. SAWYER,
I whose residence and post-office address
Monave county, Arizona,
claiming 1500 linear feet of the GREAT
CANYON quartz mining claim, vein, lode
or mineral deposit, bearing gold and sll-
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1918.
like breakers ahead for Father
ver, with surface ground 600 feet in
width for the convenient working there-
tention to apply to the United States
for a patent on said mining claim or
lode, which is more fully described by
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)
at cor. Dt.. whence N. W. cor. of the lo
cation brs. N. 2 deg. 39 min. 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 minlng,.dls
trlct, brs. N. 60 deg. 13 min. 10 see W.
1812.1 ft. Thence S. 78 deg. 19 min. E.
(00 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, tKe place of beginning.
LODE LINES; As hear 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 min.
E. and 750 ft. S. 11 deg. 41 min. W.
LOCATION: This survey is located
in Sec. 29, T. 17 N, R. 14 W., U. & S. B.
A: m. unapproved survey,
I Notice of location recorded In Rook V
'couty'AriSona"6, Records ot Mohine
There aro no adjoining claim-.
J. L. IRVIN.
First insertion Aug. 31.
Last Insertion Now 2
NOTICE OP APPLICATION
ARIZONA WESTERN MINES COM
PANY, A CORPORATION. FOR A
UNITED STATES PATENT TO THfc
HERCULES GROUP OF MINES.
U. S. Land Office, Phoenix, Ariz, Pot.
f., 191 S
Mineral Appliciatlon 040622
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hut
ARIZONA WESTERN MINES COM
PANY, a corporation organized .tnd ex-
lstinc under the laws of the Statu oi
Arizona, whose postoffice addrcrts )r No.
a rreraont street, san i' rancisco, Cal
ifornia, Is about to make hppllcatlon tc
the United States for a liafint for (he
HERCULES GROUP OF MINES, hlt-
uated In Sections 35 and 36, Township
24 North. Ranee IS West. G. & S. R. B.
& M.. In the WalUpai MiniiiK District,
county oi Monave, in the State of Ar
izona, more fully describe- a. to mete
and bounds upon the Official Plat here
with posted and by the Field Notes of
the survey thereof, being; Mineral Survey
No. 2447, Arizona Land District, and -li-scribed
BADGER LODE: Beginning at Corner
No. I, whence the quarter corner in
North boundary of Section Z, Township
23 North, Range IS West, G. & S. II. B.
& M., bears South 53 deg. 12 niiti. West
1693.16 feet. Thence North 55 de. 20
min. West 1308.62 feet to Corner No. J;
thence North 32 deg. 12 min. East ."ICO
Feet to West End Center, 600 feet to
Corner No. 3; thence South 5 deg. 20
min. East 1308.62 feet to Corner No. 4;
thence South 32 deg. 12 min. West TOO
feet to east end center, whence the dis
covery point bears North 65 der. 20 rnln.
West, 833.62 feet, 600 feet to Corner Nc.
1, the place of beginning.
WOODCHUCK LODE: Beginning at
Corner No. 1, whence the quarter cor
ner in North boundry of Scctioi 2.
(Township 23 North, Range 18 Wet, (i. .V
a. k. k. : m., Dears south 13 dcc. 13
min. West 2154.14 feet. Thence North
63 deg. 43 min. West 1100 feet to Cor
ner No. 2; thence North 32 deg. 1 nun.
East 160 feet to the West End Center- -460
feet to Corner No. 3; thence South
62 deg. 37 min East 1497.29 feet to Cor
ner No. 4; thence South 32 deg. 12 min.
West 271.1 feet to the East End Centf-r.
whence the discovery point b-,n s North
63 deg. 43 min. West 245 feet. ill.:
feet to Corner No. 1, the place of be
ginning. MAJESTIC LODE: Beginning at Cor-,
ner No 1, whence the quarter corner in
North boundary of Section 2, Township
24 iNorui, itange is west, u. a s. H. B.
.c M.. bears South 7 deg. 41 min. Eat
1091.54 feet: thence North 63 deg. 13
min. West 1500 feet to Corner No. 2;
thence North 32 dec. 12 min. East 300
feet to West End Center, 600 feet to
uorner .o. z; thence South 63 deg. 43
min. East 1500 feet to Corner No. 4:
thence South 3! deg. 12 min. West 300
feet to East End Center, whence the dis
covers- point bears North 63 dec-. 43 min.
Ilnst 1133 feet. 600 feet to Corner No.
1, tno place or beginning.
WILD CAT LODE: Beginning at Cor.
ner No. 1, whence the Northeast corner
oi .section 2, Township 23 North, Range
IS West, G. & S. R. B. & M. bears
:outh 1 deg. 11 min. West 473.4 feet
thence North 67 deg. 57 min. West 1500
feet to Corner No. 2; thence North 32
(leg. 12 imln East 308 feet to West End
Center, 00 feet to Corner No. 3; thence
South 67 leg. 57 min. Ea&t 150 feet to
Corner No. 4; thence South 32 deg. 12
min. Wc-t 300 fet-t to East End Center,
whence the dlscoTery point bears North
67 deg. 37 min. West 1025 feet, 600 feet
to Corner No. 1, the place of lyeginning.
HERCULES LODE: Begnnmg at Cor
ner No. 1. whence the quarter corner
In rvoith boundary of Section 2, Town-
miiji Zi North, Kange IS West, G. & S.
R. B. & M., bears South 1 cleg. 51 min.
E.ist 1251.31 feet; thence North 32 deg.
12 miu. E,isl 300 feet to the West End
Center, 600 feet to Corner No. 2; thence
South 55 deg. 20 mbi. East 130S.62 feet
to Correr No. 3: thence South 67 deg. 57
min I?st 191.76 feet to Corner No. 4;
thenco South 32 deg 12 min West 170.26
feet to East End Center, whence the dis
covery point bears North 61 deg. 51 min.
West 925 feet, 170.26 Teet to Corner No.
3; thence Noith 61 deg. 54 min. West
1500 feet to Corner No. 1, the place of
WATER WITCH LODE- Beginning at
Corner No. 1, whence the quarter cornei
In North boundary of Section 2, Town
ship 23 North, Range 18 West, G. & S.
R. B & M bears South 6 deg. 12 mill.
30 sec West 1598.72 feet. Thence North
63 deg. 13 min. West 1500 feet to Cor
ner No. 2; thence North 32 deg. 12 min.
East 300 feet to the West End Center,
600 feet to Corner No. 3; thence South
63 deg. 43 min. East 1500 feet to Corner
No. 4; thence South 32 deg. 12 min. West
300 feet to the East End Center, whence
the discovery point bears North 63 deg.
43 min. West 750 feet, 600 feet to Cor-
her No. 1, the place of beginning,
The said mining claims hereby sought
to be patented are bounded on the North
west by the Good Enough Lode, usurvey
ed, and the Black Rock Spring Lode,
Survey No. 3422, and are bounded on nil
other sides by vacant and unoccupied
land, the said claims being designated
as Mineral Survey No. 3447.
Any and all persons claiming adverse
ly the mining ground, veins, lodes, prem
ises, or any portion thereof, so described,
surveyed, platted and applied for, are
hereby notified that unless their adverse
claims be duly filed according to law
and the regulations thereunder, within
the time prescribed by Law, with the
Register of the United States Land Of
fice at Phoenix, in the County of Mari
copa, State of Arizona, they will be bur
red by virtue of the provisions of said
J. L. IRVIN.
First insertions Oct. 19, 1918.
Last Insertion December 28, 1918
NOTICE OP NON-T.T41tTT.ITT POB
I.ABOB OB KATEXIAZ. PUBVXSKSD
NOTICE IS HERBBT GIVEN to all
ersons that the undersigned. Sabbath
Bell Consolidated Mines Company, ft
orporation, the owner of the SabbajfJ
Bell and the Hurrah Fraction mines of
lining claims hereinafter described with
11 the improvements thereon.
That bald mines or mining claims are
ow or shortly will be In the possession
f and worked and operated by B. T.
lickman, of Los Angeles, pursuant to a
eae and option made anl executed by
the undersigned in favor of the said B.
T. Hickman, dated June 13, 1918; said
ption to be In force from the 13th day
f June, 1918, up to and including the
3th day of December, 1919.
The undersigned is not working or op
rating said mines or mining claims, or
ny part thereof, and does not Intend to
work or operate said mines or mining
claims, or any part thereof, or to pur
chase supplies or materials therefor dur-
ng the life of said lease and option cont
ract with said B. T. Hickman; and the
undersigned will not be responsible for
any debts of said B. T. Hickman operat
ing or working said mines or mining
claims under said lease and option con
tract. The names of said mines or mining
laims' are: Sabbath Bell and Hurrah
Fraction, all situate, lying and being In
Wallapal Mining District In Mohave
bounty. In the State of Arizona, the loc
ation notices ot said mines or mining
lalms being duly recorded In the Mining
tecords In the office of the County Re
order of said Mohave County, Stat of
Arizona, as follows:
Sabbath Bell mining claim in book
:i3" at page 203.
Hurrah Fraction mining claim in book
'TT' at page 102, "to which books and
pages reference is hereby made for a
more particular description of said mines
or mining claims.
Subscribed by SABBATH BELL CON
SOLIDATED MINES COMPANY this
2th day of June, 1918.
SABBATH BELL CONSOLIDATED
By EDWARD J. HOOVER
By EDWARD J. HOOVER.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDritS OF
WESTERN ARIZONA RAILWAY
The annual meeting of t'i" tc-okhold-ers
of the WESTERN AP.70 RAIL
WAY COMPANY will be hl at King
man, Arizona, on Thu; c i. W 1-!th day
of November, 191S, j - o'd ick', P. M.,
for the purpose of el c. n '1 cardj-of
Directors to .serve for the c.i ulng year
and for the transaction of .s c"i other
matter.-' us m.ty piopcrlj cor"" ' fere the
C. HOLTERHOrr. Jr..
In the Superior Court of Mohave
Countv, State of Arizona.
Elizabeth J. Cork, Plainti'f, - 1
Vs. x '
V. 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. Cojk, defendant, Greeting:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to appear in an action brought
afcainst you by the above named
plaintiff ini the Superioi 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 .vithin twenty
days after the service upon vou of
this summons U served in thia said
County or in all other ccs within
thirty days thereafter the times above
mentioned being exclusive of the dav
of service, or judgment bv default will
be taken against you.
Uiven under my hand and seal of
the Superior Court of the State of Ar
izona, in and for the countv of Mnh.iv
this 3d day of September, 1918.
laeau L. M. TEALE,
Clerk of the Superior Court of sairt
First insertion Octobei 3--Last IJov