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Washington. April 1*.—During
argument ot the Southern Pacific
rt*f*.he last ot the railroad disaolji
*•**' uits in the supreme court to
Solicitor General Beck declared
fhft the transaction by which C. P.
iiutlngton and his three associates
the Central Pacific to the
Southern Pacific Kailroad constituted
on* of the daraest pages in American
mllroad history. • . .
Referring to them as ‘the big
" • me solicitor general declared
mey had received Government
is for the construction of the Cen
p-cltic to such an extent that it
^tthsm no financial outlay on their
oart to construct the system,
0tnat by liberal dividends they
dutrlbuted the stock in large part
among foreign purchasers
Alter they had ✓“unloaded, he
_«ded they leased, in what the Gov
ernment alleges was In violation ol
me law the Central Pacific to the
Luthern Pacific in which the same
"big lour” bad in the meantime ob
tained control. The whole purpose
of the transaction, he Insisted, was
to dispose ol ail their interests in the
Central Pacific and then when they
were no longer financially interested
in it to turn it over to the Southern
pacific to that they could then, as
the directing Intluences of the latter
system, use the Central Pacific to di
vert its traffic to the Sunset Koute.
The court, which had set to-day as
the end of the reargument, granted
an additional hour to-morrow, and
Solicitor General Beck stated he
would use the time to present lully
these features of a transaction wnicu
he told the court was a blot upon
the history of transcontinental rail
road construction uud development.
The proceeding involves an attack
by the Government upon the owner
ship and control of the Central Pa
cific by the Southern Pacific. The
case was decided adversely to the
Government in the lower court, and
has been pending in the Supreme
Court since 1917, where It wag oraliy
argued last April.
Counsel for the Government con
tended that by lease In 18 85 and by
stock ownership in 1889, the South
ern Pacific obtained control over the
Central Pacific, which It alleged to be
a competing transcontinental line.
It further asserted that It had been
charged in the Union Pacific merger
case that the incentive for the con
trol of that system over the South
ern Pacific waa to obtain an outlet
from the Ogden gateway to San Fran
cisco over the Central Pacific.
STOCK DRIVEWAY
WITHDRAWAL MODIFIED
Department order of March 21,
1319, creating Stock Driveway With
drawal No. 75 (Nevada No. l'J), is
hereby revoked in so far as it affects
the following described lands:
Mount Diablo Meridian.
In T. 23 N„ K. 55 E„ W % of Sec
tion 1; E % of Section 11; W ^*""of
Section 12; WH of Section 13; E Vi
of Section 14.
And it is hereby ordered, pursuant
to Public Resolution No. 2b, approved
February 14,\ 1920, as amended by
i Public Resolution No. 36, approved
January 21, 1922, that the public
lands in the above described area,
subject to valid rights, shall be op
ened only to entry under the home
stead and desert land laws by ex-ser
vice men of the war with Germany,
under the terms and conditions of
said Resolution and the regulations
issued thereunder, for a period of 91
days, beginning with the 28th day
from and after the date of this or
der, and thereafter any of such lands
remaining unentered shall be open to
appropriation under the public Ian/
law applicable thereto by the general
public.
Subsequent to this order and prior
to the date of restoration to general
disposition as herein provided, no
rights may be acquired to said lands
by settlement in advance of entry, or
otherwise except strictly In accord
ance herewith.
E. C. FINNEY, Acting Secretary, i
Dated March 31, 1922.
■UEMOHANDIM OF EFFECTIVE j
DATES IN THE ABOVE ORDER
Date of Order—March 31, 1922.
Date Restoration Effective—April |
23, 1922.
Soldier’s Pretereuce Period from 1
April 28 to July 27. 1922, Inclusive.
Soldier's Simultaneous Filing Per-1
lod from April 8 to 27 ,1922, Inclu. I
Lands open to General Disposition
—July 28, 1922.
_Bubscrlbe tor the Sentinel—$3 per
Farmers and Merdiants
* National Bank.'
EUREKA, NEVADA
Under Direct Supervision of the United States Government
Member of Federal Reserve Bank District, No. 12
R. C. Kelley J. B. Rebaleati
KELLEY & REBALEATI
GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP
Wholesalers and Retail Dealers in Gasoline, Kerosene,
Distillate and Oils—Auto and Wagon Work—Horse
shoeing and Blacksmithing — Oxy-Actylene
Welding, Br&zing and Tinsmithing v
| carry United States, Goodyear and Michelin Tires
L SOUTH MAIN STREET, EUREKA, NEVADA
BRIEF MENTION
No spot In Now Zealand la more
than 76 miles from the sea.
Ninety-seven per cent of Austral
ia’s population is of pure British de
scent.
A maid in a New tork hotel idled
recently leaving an estate of $16,600
earned by her own hands. Her pay
was $16 a week.
An llllnoa physician, 81 years of
age, diagnosed his own ailment and
wrote his own death certificate, which
was signed by another-doctor after
his death.
Nearly one -fourth of the land in
Scotland has changed hands since
the armistice, due to the changes in
the owners’ financial position brought
about by the war.
The last units of the Imperial
Guard of Germany recently marched
out from Potsdam where, for centur
ies, they had served as the bodyguard
of the Hohenzollerns.
Gold badges for New York legisla
tors, with }he State's coat-of-arms
and the names of the legislators in
scribed on them, are sought in a bill
introduced in the legislature recently.
'1 he contract for regrading six
miles of Slate highway between Gas
Vegas anil St. Thomas, iu Clark
Couuty, was let to Wasatch Grading
Company of Provo, Utah, on a lo*
bid of $23,194.06.
Cattle feed, absolutely fast dyes,
motion picture films and many other
things cun be made from the 12o,
000,000 tons of corncobs and stalks
now going to waste annually in the
United States, according to chemical
experts.
Measles are now being cured by u
vaccine taken from the blood ol
measles convalescants. In Germany,
experiments in about 2,000 cases have
shown that the vaccine, when used lu
the first few days afyer infection, pre
vents exposed children becoming 111
from the disease already in their sys
tems in ubout 97 per cent of the cases
The petition of Lady Rhondda to
sit in the House of Lords has been
granted by the committee on privil
eges of the House of Lords. She Is a
member of the directorates of 36
companies and chairman of several
of the boards and will be the first
woman to sit in the Upper House ol
the British Parliament.
Makers of phonograph records In
London say the demand for private
discs is increasing. Persons are hav
ing records of their own accomplish
ments made and are sending them to
their friends instead of sending let
ters or gifts. The prattle and talk of
children at various ages is being filed
away with their baby clothes.
For the benefit of famine sufferers,
the AU-Kussian Central Committee
has decided to use the valuables in
churches of all creeds in Uussia. The
valuables consist of gold and silver
candlesticks, chalices, gold-covered
and bejeweled icons and various ec
clesiastical accessories worth about
$1,but),000.000, according to reports.
Bandit wild bees invade the tame
hives near Grays Harbor, Washing
ton, and steal and carry away the
honey to their hives in the forest.
More than one-third of the domestic
honey gathered in this district has
been stolen by the robber bees. The
wild bees make their homes in hol
low trunks of cedar trees, where sev
eral swarms work on a community
basis.
Slave-raiding and trading have in
creased in Abyssinia during recent
years. Abyssinia is in Northeastern
Africa and is almost as large as Ger
many uud Prance combined. In its
capital, Adis Abeba, It is declared,
there are more slaves than free men.
It is claimed that gangs of slaves,
chained together in rows, with wo
men and children drugging them- j
selves along beside the main body, i
can be Been by any traveler in South- |
ern Abyssinia to-day.
Light widows in the town of Aux
erre, Prance, are to celebrate the
500th anniversary of an act of King
Charles VII, decreeing that eight wi
dows in that particular village shall
always have rent free. A member
of Charles’ suite, who^was wounded
at the buttle of Cravant, was nursed
and cured by widows, and he provid
ed for his nurses in his mansion in
Auxerre. Later, Charles added the
provision that the house should for
ever be the refuge of eight widows.
GOVERNMENT LANDS 1
ENTRIES WITHDRAWN
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,
ELKO, NEVADA, APRIL «, 1022.
On May 8. 1922, there will be filed
In the United States Land Office at
Elko. Nevada, plat of survey of Town
ship 20 North, Range 45 East, Mourn
Diablo Base and Meridian. The rec-1
ords of this office show the following
withdrawals:
Sections 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 13, 14, 16,
16. 22, 23, 24, 25. and 36< for stock
driveway No. 62, dated March 6.
1919.
Sections 26 to 35 inclusive by Proc
lamation of the President, dated Feb
ruary 20, 1909, and December 9,
1910, for National Forest.
These lands will not be subject to
entry or settlement, unless restored
in accordance with the law, except as
to valid rights initiated under public
laws prior to the reservation and not
defeated thereby.
(Jn tne remaining lands In this
Township, under H. J. Resolution No.
SO, approved January 21, 1922, and
the regulations of January 26, 1922.
and the regulations of January 26,
19 22, issued thereunder, officers, sol
diers, sailors and marines who have
.-.erved in the Army or Navy of the
United States in the war with Ger
many and been honorably separated
or discharged therefrom, or placed in
the Regular Army or Naval Reserve,
shall have a preferred right of entry
under the Homestead or Desert Land
laws, if qualified thereunder, except
as against prior existing valid settle
ment rights and a« against preference
right conferred by existing laws or
equitable claims subject to allow
ance and confirmation tor a period
of 91 days from May 8, 1922, or up
to and including August 7, 1922. On
and after August 8, 1922, the enter
able lands in this township will be
subject to entry and settlement to
the general public under applicable
land laws.
E. M. STENINGER, Register.
LULU HURLEY. Receiver.
TWO ARE SENTENCED
ON GUILTY PLEAS
Fallon, April 14.—Reuben King
and Wallace Henderson, confessed
horse thieves, were senteilced yester
day to serve one to eighteen years in
the State prison. Henderson, being
under eighteen, was given a stay of
execution and sent to the reform i
school at Elko.
Both pleaded guilty to grand lar- |
ceny in stealing horses which they
traded to a farmer between Austin
and Eureka. The animals were taken
from the L. A. Styles ranch near Fal- |
Ion. King and Henderson were ar- ;
rested in Tonopah last week.
AS MODERNIZED
Thirsty days hath September,
April, June and November.
All the rest are thirsty, too.
Unless you make your own home i
brew.
—American Legion Weekly.
ASSAYS ARE VITAL
Assaying la Important ant] Cheap
Gold . J1.00
Gold and Silver . 1-00
Gold, Silver aud Lead . 1.5U
Gold, Silver, Lead and Cop
par . 2.50
K. H. OFFICER A- CO.
\SSAVLK8 AMI CHEMISTS
X Years In Same lax-atlon
l«» S. West Temple Salt Lake City
Sen-I for our Shipi>ers’ Service
lyOtter
DRAYING AND
GENERAL JOBBING
Having purchased the draylng
and general Jobbing business of
Marco Venrurlno, I am now pre
pared to do all kinds of hauling,
both by team and trucks, at rea
sonable rates
t'LMOVT PABTOIUXO.
— i
EUREKA COUNTY BUDGET, 1922
Estimated Expenditures and Receipts of Eureka County For the Year Ending December 31,
1922, as Provided in Section 3, Chapter 149, Statutes of Nevada, 1917
Receipts Actual Estimated
1021 1022
Licenses .I 705.00- $ 1,000.00
Poll Tax . 1,113.00 1,200.00
Interest on County Moneys . ...
Rentals and Sales C’nty Prop.
Forest Service . 403.58 400.00
State’s Proportion County
Officers’ Salaries . 1,253.28 1,250.00
State School Moneys . 7,783.29 7,785.00
Inheritance Tax .
Miscellaneous . 500.00 250.00
Surplus Funds .
Taxes Received In 1921 . 90,754.87 .
Taxes required In 1922 . 85,400.00
Totals ...>102,603.02 >97,285.00
ASSESSED VALUATION
Actual 1921 EM. 1922
Real Roll .>6,955,149.39 >6,948,335.00
Personal Roll . 70,632.00 45,000.00
Net Proceeds of Mines.. 78,956.07 6,665.00
Totals .>7,098,737.47 >7.000,000.00
Final Tax Rate. 1921....> 1.24 ..
Estimated Tax Rate, 1911..> 1,22
Expenditures Actual Estimated Rate
« 1921 1023
General Fund .,41.700.00 ,.56
Indigent Fund . 4,335.95 t
C’nty Roads & Bridges.. 15f435.68 15,400.00 .20
Common SchoolB . 23,611.61 25,285.00 .25
High Schools . 7,966.62 7,900.00 .11
Bond Interest and Re.
County-State Hwy. Fund 6,767.27 7,000.00 .10
Totals .,96,101.34 ,97,285.00,1.22
DISTRICT SPECIALS, 1922
Purpose of Tax Value Required
Assessed Tax Rate
Eureka Fire Fund.1250,000.00 $ 500.00 $ .20
Palisade School No. 5
Bonds . 871,258.00 871.25 .10
Palisade School No. 5
Emergency Loan . 871,258 1,306.89 .15
Board of County Commissioners:
R. J. REID,
/ E. C. JOHNSON,
F. A. FULKERSON
Attest:
R. MeCHARLES. Clerk of Board.
Dated Eureka, Nevada, March 6th, 1938. I
HENDERSON BANKING CO.
EIJCO, NEVADA
Each account is given careful
attention and we want all of your
banking business.
We pay four per cent pert an
num on savings deposits. Ask to
see our rules governing such de
posits.
Safety deposit boxes for rent.
13.00 a year and upwards. You
hold the key.
Drafts sold on sll the principal
cities of the world at low rates.
Fire Insurance " rii ten In strong
est companies— Life Insurance
written.
Travelers' checks sold—Steam
r.ip tickets Hold over Cunardddne.
Sfockgrowers and
Ranchers' Bank
OF RENO. NEVADA
< (Fully Paid)- SI 00,000.00
Wp TjrsrssPt a renernl-'^fflNklng
ii 1t.cn
Allow Interest on savings de
posits at the rate of 4** per an
num.
AVe solicit your business.
MINING TAX
Notice is hereby given that the tax
es on the proceeds of the mines of
Eureka County for the quarter end
ing March 31st, 1922, are now due
and payable to me at my office in Eu
reka and the law in regard to the
same will be strictly enforced.
W. J. HOOPER,
Assessor of Eureka County, Nevada.
INSURANCE ANNUAL STATEMENT
(For publication)
The Raltlra Insurance Company, Ltd.
OF COPENHAGEN, DENMARK
Deposit capital .$ 400,000.00
Assets . 2,463,282.80
Liabilities, exclusive
of capital and net
surplus . 1,487,229.78
INCOME
Premiums .$ 1,456,254.66
Other sources . 319,869.93
Total income. 1921.. 1,776,124.59
EXPENDITURES
Paid policy holders..! 1,398,711.18
Dividends . None
Other expenditures.. 550,763.86
Total expenditures,
1921 .$ 1,949,475.03
BUSINESS, 1921
Risks written .$147,091,360.00
Premiums thereon ... 1,456,254.66
Losses incurred _ 1,383,762.79
NEVADA BUSINESS
Amount of risks written..$ 7,421.00
Premiums received . 61.71
Losses paid . 15.68
Losses incurred . 11.68
Amount of said policies.. 33.175.00
FRANKLIN W. FORT,
U. S. Manager.
Date first publication April 22, 1922.
Date last publication May 13, 1922.
INSURANCE ANNUAL8TATEMENT
(For publication)
The Scandinavian American As
sociation Corporation, Christiania,
Norway. U. S. Branch, 100 William
St., New York City.
Capital (paid up in
cash) .. .$ 400,000.00
Assets . 3,228,730.30
Liabilities, exclusive
of capital and net
surplus . 2,281,083.31
INCOME
Premiums .$ 1,551,248.10
Other sources . 801,428.95
Total Income, 1921..$ 2,352,677.05
EXPENDITURES
Paid policy holders.$2,298,070.18
Other expenditures. .. 1,180,193.38
Total expenditures,
1921 .$ 3,478.263.56
BUSINESS, 1021
Risks written, gross $509,125,246.00
Premiums thereon.
gross . 3,263,896.85
Losses incurred, gross 1,7 45,782.40
NEVADA BUSINESS
Amount of risks written $37,500.00
Premiums received . 1,896.77
Losses paid . 60.42
Losses incurred . 60.42
Amount of said policies. $21,000.00
J. M. WENNSTROM,
United States Manager.
Date first publication April 22, 1922.
Date last publication May 13, 1922.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
REYNOLDS & EATHER
Attorneys at law
Office in Court House
Eureka Nevada
DR. W. H. BRENNEN
Physician and Surgeon
Hours—10:30 a. m., 2 and 7 n. m.
Office adjoining Drug Store
Eureka :: Nevada
DR. A. E. BELANGER
DENTIST “
ROOM 18 EUROPA HOTEL
Eureka .... Nevada
W. M. CLUTE
SURVEYS—MAPS
GEOLOGICAL REPORTS
Eureka : : Nevada
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CLARENCE JOHNSON
ASSAYER AND
COUNTY SURVEYOR
P. O. Box 107 Eureka, Nevada
Elko Light Machinery
Repairing Company
We repair Guns, Typewrit
ers, Phonographs, Cash Reg
isters, Sewing Machines,
Adding Machines.
Prompt attention given work
sent in from outside.
ADOLPH BIANCANI, Prop.
524 Commercial St.
P. 0. Box 342, Elko, Nevada
DOWN TO PRE-WAR
PRICE LEVEL
Pioneer Soda Factory, keeps on
hand Lemon, Cream, Orange, Rasp
berry, Grenadine, Root Beer. Gin^
ger Ale and other sodawater flav
ors. Nothing but the hipest
grade extracts and pure cane sug
ar used.
Price at factory (war tax in
cluded) $2.25 per dozen large
bottles.
Try a Iwiltle or dozen
F. J. BROSSKMKR, Proprietor
Corner Main and Gold Streets
H ater notice
Notice of Application for Permission
to Appropriate the Public Wat
ers of the State of Nevada
Application No. 665S.
Notice is hereby given that on the
23rd day of March, 1922, in accord
ance with Section 59, Chapter 59, of
the Statutes of 1919, one Frits Walti,
of Beowawe, County of Eureka, and
State of Nevada, made application to
the State Engineer of Nevada for per
mission to appropriate the public
waters of the State of Nevada. Such
appropriation is to be made from
Walti Springs Nos. 17 and 18, at a
point in the SE>>4 of SW%, Sec. 33.
T. 24 N./, R. 48 E„ M. D. B. & M.,
by means of development, and
ditches, and one-tenth cubic foot per
second is to be conveyed to W14 of
SW>4, Sec 33, T. 24 N., R. 48 E.,
M. D. B. & M., by means of pipes and
ditches, and there used for irrigation
and domestic purposes, from April
15th until October 15th of each year.
Water not to be returned to stream.
J. G. SCRUGHAM, State Engineer.
First publication April 1, 1922.
Last publication April 29, 1922.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
PATENT
O+S04
United State* Land Offlce,
Elko. Nevada. April if. 1922.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN, That
Richmond Eureka Mining Co., whose
postoffice address is Eureka. Nevada,
by I. H. Rogers, Its Attorney in Fact,
whose postoffice address Is the same,
has filed an application for patent for
the lode mining claim called the Ra
vine lode mining claim, situated In
Eureka ' Mining District, Eureka
County, Nevada, and designated by
the field-notes and official plat on file
in this offlce as Mineral Survey No.
2868, said Mineral Survey No. 2858
being described as follows:
Beginning at Corner No. I of the
claim (from which U. 8. Mineral
Monument No. 1 on Ruhy Hill bears
south 40 deg. 12 min. west 1312.6
feet distant), and from said Corner
No. 1 running north 54 deg east 230
feet to Corner No. 2 of the claim;
thence south <2 deg. 30 min. east
1068.8 feet to Corner No. 3 of the
claim; thence south 54 deg. west 230
feet to Corner No. 4 of the claim,
and thecrt north 62 deg. 30 min.
west 1068.1 feet to Corner No. 1 of
the claim, the ..lace of beginning.
The area c* *jld c!Mm as above de
scribed Is 5.i>60 acres, from which
are expressly excepted and excluded
the following areas In conflict with
the following named claims, to-wit:
Lot No. 66, Skylark lode, 0.088 or an
acra; Lot No. 137, Canon Mill alte,
0.003 of an acre, and Lot No. 141,
Surplus Mill site, 0.332 of an acre;
total exclusions, 0.423 of an acre, the
net area claimed and applied for be
ing 4.627 acres, the conflict with Lot
209 (Ravine lode) not being except
ed, said Lot 209 covering the Identic
al area as the Ravine lode, 8urvey
2858, but under a previous survey of
said lode as Lot 209.
Said Ravine lode claim is located
In unsurveyed Township 19 North,
Range 62 East, Mt. Diablo Base and
Meridian.
The nearest known locations to
the said Ravine claim are: Survey
285 2 (otherwise designated as Lot
210), Lucky Man lode; Survey 2866
(otherwise designated as Lot 208),
Cliff Mine lode; Lot 56, Skylark lode;
Lot 214, Skylark Mill Site; Lot
141, Surplus Mill Site; Lot 137, Car
son Mill Site; Lot 209, Ravine lode
(embracing the entire area embraced
In said Survey 2868, Ravine lode).
1 direct that this notice be pub
lished in the Eureka Sentinel, at Eu
reka, Nevada, the newspaper pub
lished nearest said mining claim,
once each week for the period of nine
cons%:utive weeks.
E. M. STENINGER, Register.
Date first publication April 22, 1922.
Date last publication June 17, 1922.
NOTICE OK APPLICATION KOR
PATENT .
04585
United States Land Office,
Elko, Nevada, April 12th, 1922.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
Richmond Eureka Mining Co., whose
pontoffice address is Eureka, Nevada,
by 1. H. Rogers, its Attorney in Fact,
whose postofflce address is the same,
has filed an application (or patent
(or the lode mining claim called the
St. David Mine lode mining claim,
situated in Eureka Mining District,
Eureka County, Nevada, and desig
nated by the field-notes and official
plat on file in this office as Mineral
Survey No. 2859, said Mineral Sur
vey No. 2859 being described as fol
lows:
Beginning at Corner wo. 1 oi tne
claim (from which U. S. Mineral
Monument No. 1 on Ruby Hill bears
south 49 deg. 26 min. east 1041.5
feet distant), and from said Corner
No. 1 running north 38 deg. east 200
feet to Corner No. 2 of the claim;
thence north 34 deg. 19 min. west
I 1500 feet to Corner No. 3 of th'
claim; thence south 38 deg. west 20
feet to Corner No. 4 of the claim, auJ
thence south 34 deg. 19 min. east
1500 feet to Corner No. 1 of the
claim, the place of beginning. The
area of said claim as above described
is 6.562 acres, from which are ex
pressly excepted and excluded the
following areas in conflict with the
following named claims, to-wit: Lot
No. 66, St. George lode, 0.111 of an
acre; Lot No. 200, Diagonal lode,
0.412 of an acre, and Lot No. 241 A,
St. Patrick lode, 0.065 of an acre;
total exclusions, 0.588 of an acre, the
net area claimed and applied for be
ing 5.974 acres.
Said St. David Mine lode claim is
located in unsurveyed Township 19
North, Range 52 East, Mt. Diablo
Base and Meridian.
The nearest known locations to the
said St. David Mine claim are: Lot
241 A, St. Patrick lode; Lot 200, Di
agonal lode; Lot 66, St. George lode;
Lot 148, Albion No. 1 lode; Lot 222,
Uncle Sam lode; Lot 204, Virginia
lode; Lot 65, Tip Top lode.
I direct that this notice be pub
lished in the Eureka Sentinel, at Eu
reka, Nevada, the newspaper pub
lished nearest said mining claim,
once each week for the period of nine
consecutive weeks.
E. M. STENINGER. Register.
Date first publication April 22, 1922.
Date last publication June 17, 1922.
NOTICE OF APPIJCATION FOR
PATENT
04S86
United States Land Office,
Elko, Nevada, April >2th, 1922.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
Richmond Eureka Mining Co., whose
postoffice address is Eureka, Nevada,
by I. H. Rogers, its Attorney in Fact,
whose postoffice address is the same,
has filed an application for patent
for the lode mining claim called the
Main Shaft lode mining claim, situ
ated in Eureka Mining District, Eu
reka County. Nevada, and designated
by the field-notes and official plat on
file in this office as Mineral Survey
No. 2864, said Mineral Survey No.
2S64 being described as follows:
Beginning at Corner No. 1 of the
claim (from which U. S. 'Mineral
Monument No. 1 on Ruby Hill bears
south 14 deg. 14 min. west 631.5 feet
distant), and from said Corner No. 1
running north 34 deg. 30 min. west
200 feet to Corner No. 2 of the claim;
thence north 56 deg. 30 min. east
1500 feet to Corner No. 3 of the
claim; thence south 34 deg. 30 min.
east 200 feet to Corner No. 4 of the
claim, and thence south 55 deg. 30
rain, west 1500 feet to Corner No. 1
of the claim, the place of beginning.
The area of said claim as above de
scribed is 6.887 acres, from which
are expressly excepted and excluded
the following areas in conflict with
the following named claims, to-wit:
Lot No. 160. Silver Region lode,0.0111
of an acre; Sur. No. 2862, Lucky Man
lode, (also designated Lot 210) 1.040 I
scree, and Bur. No. 2S6C, Cliff Warn
lode, (also designated Lot 208) 1.022
acres; total exclusions, 2.074 acres,
the net area claimed and appUed for
being 4.812 acres, the conflict with
Lot 201, (Main Shaft lode) not being
excepted, said Lot 201 covering the
Identical area as the Mala Shaft lode,
bur. 2864, but under a previous sur
vey of said lode as Lot 201.
Said Main 8haft claim to located In
unsurveyed Township 18 North,
Kange 62 East, Mt. Diablo Base and
Meridian.
The nearest known locations to the
said Main Shaft claim are: Lot 174,
Orand Central lode; Lot 160, Silver
Kegion lode; Lot 166, Great Eastern
lode; Survey 2862, (also designated
as Lot 210), Lucky Man lode; Sur
vey 2866, (also designated as Lot
208), CUff Mine lode; Lot 201, Main
Shaft lode, (embracing Identically
the same area as said Main Shaft
lode. Survey 2»64).
I direct that this notice be pub
lished in the Euroka Sentinel, at Eu
reka, Nevada, the newspaper pub
lished nearest said mining claim,
once each week for the period of nine
consecutive weeks.
E. M. STEN1NGER, Register.
Date drat publication April 22, 1822.
Date last publication June 17, 1822.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB
PATENT
04588
United States Land Office,
Elko. Nevada. April 12th, 1»22.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
Richmond Eureka Mining Co., whose
postofflce address is Eureka, Nevada,
by I. H. Rogers, its Attorney In Fact,
whose postofflce address la the same,
has filed an application tor patent
for the lode mining claim called the
Ant Arctic lode mining claim, situat
ed in Eureka Mining District, Eureka
County, Nevada, and designated by
the field-note* and official plat on file
In this office as Mineral Survey No.
2855, said Mineral Survey No. 2866
being described as follows:
Beginning at Corner No. 1 of the
claim (from which U. S. Mineral
Monument No. 1 on Ruby Hill bears
south 36 deg. 46 min. west 906.1 feet
distant), and from said Corner No. 1
running north 28 deg. east 200 feet
to Corner No. 2 of the claim; thence
south 62 deg. 30 min. east 600 feet
to Corner No. 3 of the claim; thence
south 38 deg. west 200 feet to Corner
No. 4 of the claim, and then** north
6 2 deg. 30 min. west 600 fioiMo
ner No. 1 of the claim, th* place of
beginning. The area of said claim
above described, !* 2.705 acres, all of
which is claimed and applied for, aa
conflicts being enolnded t.
embraced within said Atft Arctic
claim, Survey 285*. lies wholly with
in the area embraced within Lot 119,
Ant Arctic claim.
Said Ant Arctic lode claim is lo
cated in unsurveyed Township 19
North, Range 62 East, Diablo
Base and Meyidian.
The nearest known locations to the
said Ant Arctic claim are: Lot 208,
Clift Mine lode; Survey 2864 (other
wise designated as Lot 109), Atlantic
lode; Lot 119, Ant Arctic lode (em
bracing identically the same area as
said Survey Ant Arctic lode.
1 direct notice be pub
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
PATENT
04080
United States Land Office,
Elko, Nevada, April 12th, 1922.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, tfhat
. Richmond Eureka Mining Co., whose
pcstoffice address is Eureka, Nevada,
by I. H. Rogers, its Attorney in Fact,
whose post office address is the same,
has filed an application for patent
for the lode mining claim called the
Albion Consolidated lode mining
claim, situated in Eureka Mining
District, Eureka County, Nevada, and
designated by the field-notes and offi
cial plat on file in this office as Min
eral Survey No. 2863, said Mineral
Survey No. 2863 being described as
follows:
Beginning at Corner No. 1 of the
claim (from which U. S. Mineral
Monument No. 1 on Ruby Hill bears
south 80 deg. 01 min. east 1178.5
feet distant), and from said Corner
No. 1 running south 38 deg. west 200
feet to Corner No. 2 of the claim;
thence north 34 deg. 19 min. west
1500 feet to Corner No. 3 of the
claim; thence north 38 deg. east 200
feet to Corner No. 4 of the claim, and
thence south 34 deg. 19 min. east
1500 feet to Corner No. 1 of the
claim, the place of beginning. The
area of said claim aa above described
is 6.562 acres, from which is except
ed and excluded the area of 0.001 of
an acre in conflict with Lot No. 174,
Grand Central lode, the net area
claimed and applied for being 6.561
acres. The area embraced within
said Albion Consolidated claim. Sur
vey 2863, lies wholly within the area
embraced within Lot No. 151, Albion
Consolidated claim.
Said Albion Consolidated lode
claim is located In unsurveyed Town
ship 19 North, Range 52 East, Mt«
Diablo Base and Meridian.
The nearest known locations to the
said Albion Consolidated claim are.
Survey 2862 (also designated Lot
150), Albion No. 3 lode; Lot 225 A.
Rearguard lode; Lot 213, Isandula
lode; Lot 174, Grand Central lode;
Lot 151, Albion Consolidated lode
(embracing substantially the same
area as said Survey 28(3).
I direct that this notice be pub
lished in the Eureka Sentinel, at Eu
reka. Nevada, the newspaper pub
lished nearest said mining claim,
once each week fcr the period of nine
consecutive weeks.
E. M. STENINGER. Register.
Date first publication April 22, 1922.
Date last publication June 17, 1922.
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