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lm Vegas, Clark County. Nevada CHARLES P. SQUIRES. EDITOR Published every Saturday and entered at Las Vegas postofflce as mall natter of the second class. Subscription Terms One Year. $2 00 Shi Months, . 1-00 OUR WATER POWERS The Federal Power Commission is arranging to put the provisions of the Federal Water Power Act into force, and when congress convenes appro priations will be asked for, that will permit of the investigation of every application to determine whether the project proposed is best adapted to become a comprehensive scheme of development of the water power re sources of the region, not only for power development, but also for such related uses as irrigation, navigation, flood control and water supply. Investigations so far made show that the West has evidenced far more enterprise than the East, and the Pa cific Coast States are far ahead of the older states in utilizing their natural resources. Nature has provided suf ficient water power to practically take care of the condition of the West as it exists in reference to population and Industry at this time. Nature's supply is not as bountiful in the eas tern states and when every availa ble ounce of water has been harness ed in water power, with hydroelec tric development stimulated to its greatest possibility, a large part of the demand for power will still have to be met by the great use of coal and olL WANTS HER DIVORCE Countess Kate d'Aleria, widow of the late Senator Nixon and wife of Count dAieria, has entered a suit for divorce in the Cos Angeles courts. This is the second time the former Nevada woman has asked to be set free from the matrimonial bond. It was but recently that the pair made up their differences and told the world that their troubles were over.—Car son City Appeal. Japanese girl wants day-work by the hour, or bundle washing to take home. J. W., P. O. Box 411, city. 12. IN THE TENTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK. In the matter of the Estate of Allen O. Campbell, deceased. Notice 1 Notice Is Hereby Given, that I, the undersigned, Allen George Campbell, administrator with the Will Annexed of the Estate of Allen G. Campbell, deceased, pursuant to an order of the above entitled Court dated No vember 8th, 1920, authorizing me so to do, 1 will, on Monday the 6th day of December, 1920, between the hours of 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. of said day, at the Law Office of McNamee & Mc Namee, Griffith Block, in the City ot Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada, re ceive offers to lease with the privi lege to the Lessee to purchase, all or any portion of the patented lode min ing claims described as follows, to wit I The Galena Consolidated Mining Claim, consisting of the Kuby Silver and Galena lodes, the same being mineral entry No. 558, Survey No. 1853. New Year lode, the same being mineral entry No. 657, Survey No. 1853. Full Moon, the same being mineral entry No. 569, Survey No. 1854. Copper Consolidated Mining Claim consisting of Green Copper and Cop per Glance lode claims, the same be ing mineral entry No. 560, Survey No. 1855. Mountain Top Consolidated Mining consisting of Lookout and Mountain Top lode claims, the same being mineral entry No. 561, Survey No. 1856, Golden Chariot lode, the same being mineral entry No. 562, Survey No. 1867. Bell Lode, the same being miner al entry Nol 563, Survey No. 1858. Iron Gold Lode, the same being mineral entry No. 564, Survey No. 1869. Commercial Lode, the same being mineral entry No. 665, Survey No. 1860. May Consolidated Lode Mining Claim (also known as the “Kirby Group”) consisting of the Desty, May, John and Black Lime lode min ing claims, the same being mineral entry No. 666, Survey No. 1861. Ruth Consolidated Mining Claim, consisting of the Rattler, Ruth, North Extension of Ruth and South Exten sion of Ruth, lode mining claims, the same being mineral entry No. 567, Survey No. 1862. Old Timer Lode Mining Claim, the airnfl being mineral entry No. 668, Survey No. 1863. Chicago Lode, the came being min eral entry No. 569, Survey No. 1864. Volcano Lode, the same being min eral entry No. 670, Survey No. 1865. ah of the said mining claims be ing patented, and being situated in the Yellow Pine Mining District, County of Clark, State of Nevada, and the patents of all of said mining claims being recorded in Book “G” of Mlscelaneous Records at pageB 59 to 79 inclusive, Lincoln County, Ne vada, records, to which records re ference is hereby made for a more particular description of Bald lode mining cl&ilQJL The right is reserved by me to re ject any and all offers and no lease and option will become valid until confirmed by the above entitled Court. Dated this 9th day of November, 1920. ALLEN GEORGE CAMPBELL, Administrator with the Will Annexed. McNAMEE & McNAMEE, Attorneys for Administrator. First publication Nov. 13, 1920. Last publication Dec. 4, 1920. BUILdinil • i.ii. BOAt> IN SOUTHERN NEVADA The work on the highway along the roadbed of the Tonopah ft Las Vegas railroad is progressing in fine shape is the word brought to Tono pah by George W. Borden, assistant state highway engineer, says the Bo nanza. Mr. Borden was accompanied by Walter N. Frickstad of the U. S. bureau of roads with headquarters at Ogden; O. S. Smith of Carson, and C. C. Byer of Las Vegas. The plans of the highway department call for the completion of this road as rapid- | ly as possible. The road when com pleted will rank as one of the best in the state. Construction work on the road is lessened by the fact that it Is being run along the former bed of the railroad and much of the pre liminary work is already done. Grad es on the new road are reduced to practically nothing, due to the fact that it follows the line of the former railroad. .. “TOGO" MAKES BOW IN SUNSET MAGAZINE Wallace Irwin begins a new series of “Letters of a Japanese Schoolboy” in the December Sunset. This "hero” —Togo—introduced himself as fol lows: "So here I am, Mr. Editor. How ex cltcitable you must feel to think that 1 am situated so close to you that I can arrive to your office in thirty (30) minutes by arrowplane and much cheaper by boat. Yet every calamity in history is shot off for intellectual reasons (quotation from PROFESSIONAL CARDS C. D. BREEZE United States Commissioner Public Land Filings and Information Overland Hotel Bldg., Phone 22 Las Vegas, Nev. FOREST R. MILDREN. M. D. Specialist in SURGERY, OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN LAS VEGAS HOSPITAL Las Vegas Nevada A. A. HInman C. D. Breeze BREEZE & HINMAN ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS Overland Hotel Building Phone 22 Las Vegaa, Nevada McNAMEE & McNAMEE Attomeye-at-Law Office: 431 Pacific Electric Bldg., Los Angeles, CaL, and LAS VEGAS NEVADA NEVADA BARBER SHOP H. J. UHLE, Proprietor. ▲ thoroughly Sanitary Shop, manned by Expert Workmen. A Late Type of Electric Facial Message Machine is at your service. Hotel Nevada Block Las Vegas F. A. Stevens A. 8. Henderson STEVENS & HENDERSON ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Las Vegas Nevada DR. R. F. O’BRIEN DENTAL SURGEON Griffith Building, Las Vegas OVER POST OFFICE Offioe Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4. PHONE 75 LAS VEGAS HOSPITAL Trained Nurses In constant attend ance. Laboratory, X-Ray. Fully equipped to handle both Medical and Surgical cases. ROY W. MARTIN, M. D. Physician and Surgeon New Hospital Bldg., Second 8L A. W. HAM ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Mesquite Bldg., LAS VEGA8 NEVADA H. M. LILLIS Attorney and Counselor At Law Justice of the Peace Insurance Notary Public LAS VEGA8, NEVADA A. J. STEBENNE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office At the Court Houee Las Vegas Nevada DR. C. E. BULETTE PHYSICIAN AND 8URGEON Office RAILROAD HOSPITAL Office Phone «1_Rea. Phone S6 FRATERNAL SOCIETIES VEGA8 LODGE NO. 12, F. * A M. dialed communlcatioas first A Monday of each month at Iffc V V sonic Hall at 7:30 p. m. /V\ Special communications, wevk requiring, on Third Mohday of each month. Visiting brothers weiloease. HENRY M. LILLIE. W. M ty. N. Schuyler. Secretary ARTESIA LODGE NO. 43, i. o. o. F. Meets first and third Wed . nesdays of each month at 7:30 p. m., Levy Hall, fro mpnt St., between First and Second. Visiting brothers cordially welcomed. A. R, ANDERSON, N. O. W. F. RECTOR, Secretary. Shakspeare) and I will surrender to you the following causes for my come back to this Goldy West: "1. Desire to become rich without effort. "2. Desire to increase Japanese population without going back to Ja pan which I love too much to over crowd with myself. “3. Wish to brush race-prejudice ofT Americans by letting my superior education shake hands with theirs. “4. Ambition to own some Califor nia. "6. Passionate longing to be of se cret service to my countrymen (male and female) by residing bo close to Hon. Highness Gov. Stevens to listen to his telephone.” ENGLISH WALNUT8 1920 crop number ones direct from my own ranch, 10 lb for three dollars express prepaid. R. B. CHAMBERLAIN. 6636 Pasadena. Avenue, Los Angeles, Calif. There la more Calirrh In thla section of the country than all other diseases put together, and for years It was sup posed to be Incurable. Doctors prsscrlbed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced It incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, greatly Influenced by constitutional con ditions and therefore requires constitu tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medi cine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney * Co.. Toledo. Ohio, Is a constitutional rsmedy. Is taken Internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. One Hundred Dollars re ward Is offered for any case that Hall's Catarrh Medicine fails to cure. Send tor circulars and testimonials. F. J. CHENET & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists. 7Jc. Hall’s Family Pills for constipation. Our Advice On Building goes free to our customers, but that is no sign it’s worthless for we give it freely to insure our friends against the common errors of homebuilders and as an advertisement. No matter what you are going to build you’ll find us always ready to advise you. Even if it’s only a board for a repair job or a bunch of lath or shingles, we want you to come in and see us. Ed. VonTobel Lumber Co., LAS VEGAS, NEVADA Millinery —A SPLENDID CHOICE OF LADIES’ FALL i HATS. SOME BEAUTIFUL MODELS. < Ladies’ Dresses —SOME BEAUTIFUL JERSEY, ONE-PIECE DRESSES, AT PRICES THAT WILL ASTON ISH YOU. Ladies’ Blouses —UP-TO-DATE MODELS IN TRICOLETTE BLOUSES, ALL THE STYLISH SHADES. § Furs, Winter Wraps —WILL BE ON EXHIBITION NEXT WEEK. Men’s Dress Caps g —A FULL NEW LINE JUST RECEIVED. j Gunn Supply Company g _ _ 0 Consolidated lllipah Oil Company INCORPORATED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA J. C- WHEELER . President T. H. CRAIG . Vice-President E. E. CAMPBELL.Secretary-Treas. BEN DEDERICHS . Director C. C. CAPERTON . Director CAPITAL STOCK, 300,000 SHARES PAR VALUE, 10 CENTS EACH DRILL GOING DOWN Now Down Over 485 Ft. The surface formation at Illipah is identical with that of the richest fields in Wyoming. The showing at Illipah is so good that it seems almost certain that we shall encounter oil in paying quantities at less than 1500 feet. S. P. Hunt, the well known geologist, said: “A few miles northeast of Hamilton on the east side of the Mo keamoke ridge, the Illipah creek follows for several miles an ancient valley of erqsion along a north-south anticline." Our drill is located on the apex of the anticline. nil oat Blank Bolow or Call at tfca Offlea 1 .do hereby agree to purchase from CONSOLIDATED ILLIPAH OIL CO, of Hly, Nevada, .shares of non-assessable Capital Stock of said Company, and.agree to pay to said Company. per share therefor. Dated.1#2... at .State of. Agent .. Address . - Another Royal Suggestion Griddle Cakes and Waffles From the New Royal Cook Book THERE is an art in making flapjack pan cakes, griddle cakes or wheats, call them what you will. But it is an art very easily and quickly acquired if you follow the right recipes. The secret, of course, is Royal Baking Pow der. Griddle Cakes 114 cups flour H teaspoon salt S teaspoons Royal Baking Powder * eggs 1% cups milk 1 tablespoon shortening Mix and sift dry Ingredi ents; add beaten eggs, milk and melted shorten ing; mix well. Bake im mediately on hot griddle. Waffles 2 cups flour 4 teaspoons Royal Baking Powder 44 teaspoon salt 144 cups milk 2 egg* 1 tablespoon melted shortening Sift flour, baking pow der and salt together; add milk to yolks of eggs; mix thoroughly and add to dry Ingredients; add melted shortening and mix in beaten whites of eggs. Bake in well-greased hot waffle iron until brown. Serf* hot with maple sy rup. It should take about 146 minutes to bake each waffle. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Made from Cream of Tartar, derived from grape*. FREE New Royal Cook Book con taining these and scores of other delightful recipes. Write for it to-day. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. 11* Fulton Street. New York City. FOR YOUR SERVICE AND CONVENIENCE Troy Steam Laundry and Cleaning Works A complete and Modern . Laundry Plant Is at your door—an adrantage which you cannot enjoy In moat towna the alze ‘of Vegas. Our work Is equal to that of any City Laundry. Our prices are rery moderate and we give every possible attention to the care ef your clothing. Family Washing on our “FRIDAY HOLD OVER” plan saves yon money and lightens your cares. CALL PHONE NO. 19 FOR THE WAGON! Did you know that our PAY ROLL is over $1,100 Every Month—and it all goes to Las Vegas people? We Sell Everything Look Over Stock! We Have Lowered Our Prices With the Market White Cross Drug Co. EARL B. OR OTTO, Mgr. THE 8ANTOX STORE Las Vegas Bakery PETER JOST, Prop. Bread of the Highest Quality—French, Graham, Rye CAKES LIKE MOTHER MAKES Pies and Pastry in Great Variety All our products are made of the very best materials, under strictly sanitary conditions and under the supervi sion of an expert in the baking line. PATRONIZE YOUR HOME INDUSTRIES Ask for Las Vegas Bread—For Sale at All Grocers And at the Bakery Second and Lewis Streets Las Vegas, Nevada JAS. B. A ft. TWKD A. WILSON Arden, Of ark Oeunty, Nevada Both Bars Split on Oatfle. Cattle and IIstsss branded S sa left hip; sss cat. Ranges: Spring Mt. 4 McCullough Mts. Member So. Nsv. Csttfe Owners As —-fc—ai — _ BOCKllO n. HOTEL NEVADA MINING CO. John F. Mltlor, Manager MARKS: CatUe branded “10” left hip; right ear cropped, left ear under eloped. Horace branded "It" left thigh Cattle range on the SB. aide of L. A. A S. L. R. R. From Connel ly's well and the Colorado river on the east, eouth and went to Arden, in Clark county, Nevada. Member of So. Nev. Cattle Owners’ Assn.