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TO RENT REAL ESTATE SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS Ely Securities Co. East Ely', Nevada MIOTIC HUS OBSERVEMtMISTIK OitT l-ast Thursday vas the second an niversary of the signing of the armis tice, the longed-for event wldeh brought rest to humanity aft'T over four years of ravaging conflict which left the countries where war raged In a chaotic condition, through which re volt. anarchy and famine stalked, while the rest of the world looked on in white-lipped horror. Two short years and those events are almost forgotten. The men who cross ed the Kranco-Belglan frontier, lived through the Somme, the Meuse, Val enciennes, Cnmbrai, St. Quentin, the crushing of the lllndenburg line and Chateau Thierry are back In the har ness of industry. To them the anni versary of Armistice Day brings mem ories that the man who stayed at home con never know. The observance of Armistice l>ay throughout the country was no', what it should have been or should be in the future. A glance back lit iho paper* of November 11, 1818. will give a thrill to the individual that should be experienced throughout the country, unless the power for emotion i.« be coming dulled lri the American people. Two years ego the glaring headlines in the extras of the dally papers. •'Germany Surrenders, ” aroused an emotion of thankfulness that should vibrate In :m tiid '.i for generation* to come. The new* • ihe world war ends this morning at fl 'dock Washington time, llo’clock Paris time; the arm istice was eignrd by Iho German re presentatives at midnight." brought a sigh of relief from the hearts of moth i i s throughout the world thru should echo through me ages. To those who would forget this ev< ntful day and the sacrifice* of the flower of American manhood, let them read "The virtual ending of this great est of conflicts has come with dianta lic swiftness. Four months ago today (now two years and four month ngo> the German military power apparently wan at its htight. The unchecked foioes of the enemy had battered tlieir way through the French and British lines until Ptirls was in danger and the British were fighting With their backs to the wall to prevent them selves from being forced to the sea. I.atc in July the world was thrilled with the n ws of an' allied counter-at tack between the Aisne and Marne. The Germans were hurled back along the whole sector and since tliut day the victorious progress of the allies has been maintained Various causes have contributed to tills reversal. The %‘ntranee of America Into the struggle, with her vast resources of men nnd materials, i.i conceded ty tlio allies to have turned the scale. One of the most important effects of this country's act was the heartening to an enormous ex tent of the wearied allied nations." With such writings to refresh the mind. Armistice Day' will become \ greater day than the Fourth of July in America, for on November 11. 1818. America became the deciding power for Ge>d and humanity. The New* delivered by can it i Consolidated lllipah Oil Company Incorporated Under the Laws of Nevada j. WHEELER President T. H. CRAIG Vice-President K. E. CAMPBELL Secy-Treas. HEN DEDERTCHS Director 0. C. CAPERTON .Director Capital Stock 3,000,000 Shares—Par Value 10 Cents Each Drill Going Down; Now Down Over 440 Feet Xlie Mrhcn formation J«t llUgnh I* WWMioal »lth lUi of »h« »ich*sl oil field* or Wyoming, rue showing at lllipah i* »o good ti nt it *•*»* almost certain that wo shall encounter oil in paying quantities at i-ss than 10SO fert 8. V. Hunt, the Wfll-Hnowu geologist. "A few miles north east of Hamilton on the east shl* of the Alokenmok* ridge, tlie lllipah credt follow* for «eveia! miles an ancient valley of eioslon along a north-south anti •Hus.” Our drill Is loontod on tlionpoX of the iintlolinc. Fill out the blank help* or rail at the ofltce 1 yyk . do hereby agree to purchase from CONSOLIDATED ILL1PA1I OIL CO., of Ely, Nevada, . shares of non-assessable Capital Stock of said Company, and . ! agree to pay to said Company . per share therefor. Dated .192... at .State of .. Agent . Signed. Address . The Company it offering a limited amount of Treasury Stock at 5 Cents a Share and assures investors that they will get quick action and a run for their money OFFICE ADJOINING GOODYEAR SHOE REPAIRING SHOP AULTMAN STREET Charles S. Chandler for Speaker of House Charles S. ChanlWri* one of the ussemblymen-elcct fiom White l’ine tounty and. as <!u> republicans will be in the majority in the lower house of Nevada's legislature this winter, it will not be at all surprising it he is nrged for the speakership says tile Carson City News. Ch&ndUr was one of the strongest members of the 1919 assembly and is well qualified by ability and legislative experience to be the assembly’s presid ing officer, lie was the chairman or the republican state convention at Reno last April and was again selected to preside when the republicans met In Carson in September to draft a state platform and to choose the party or ganisation to conduct the campaign, lie was favored in many quarters for the republican state chairmanship. The republicans would make no mistake in honoring Mr. Chandler with the speak ership. and he in turn would serve the state well end add fitting dignity to the position. Will Start Drilling in Lander County Tin- lo ginning of the boom for whlcl* iho people of Austin have waited so long has arrived It is here, and can not he headed ofl says the Keville. The oil well at Ledlie is to be bored immediately and preparations for the beginning of work are now under way. In tho language of the turf, "they are oil in a cloud of dust. ’ A. C. Robinson,- engineer for the North lbikota people to whom the per mit to bore for oil at Ledlie was re cently Issued, has received definite in structions to procure the necessary machinery and nu n and proc nl to bore the hole. Mr Robinson, before a-h-Ri -g the spot for which hi* associates applied and f>r which the permit has been is sip d, made a careful gcolog'eal ex amination of tho entire field and st lected the anticline at Ledlie as the most propitious. While waiting for the permit tc issue lie bus spent much tittle in going over tho valley anil sui - rounding foothill* and ills s cond study of th’ format’on has served only tl tonflrm his original conclusion that on oil field exists in lleese River vail* y and tl at it is only necessary to make a hole 111 the ground to prove it. ’Vhile waiting tor the permit to issue the gentlemen associated for the pur pose of developing the ground, C. A. Newman. O. J. Carnes and others, have been arranging the money part, while Mr. ltobinson has b-eti making plans and nrrangl’ig details for beglnn'ng work. I lie permit issued to Air. Newman, i f which lie was not'fled by letter front Clay Talimnn, has been issued tbrougii the Elko land oiflce and reached Mr. Newman's hands and Mr. Robinson nays received instructions by wire to go ahead with his plans, buy a rig and draw on the bank for the money. Mr. Robinson is going as soon as nc ean get away, and in the lea.it prac tical time there will be a derrick in place, an engine will be snorting away and a drill will be bobbing and chug ging away day and night at Ledlie. A gratifying feature iibout It Is tlmt Mr. Robinson is by no means alone in his conclusion ns to the exislance of oil In this territory. In ths Reveille library thoro are a nunibor of T'nllrd States geological reports, and in look ing tl cm over Air. Uobtnscn finds Hint, covering a period of many years, the gavei nment experts have reported the existence of oil signs here. Truffle Manager Meets With Irrldrat E. II. Walker, manager of the Reno traffic bureau. Is suffering from a brok en right arm and severly twisted tendons in bis left arm as the result or a collision Saturday In a volley ball game at the Ileno Y. II. C. \. Mr. Walker collided with W. J. Malbeig of San I'rancisco. Mi- Walker was taken to the hos pital and bis right arm treated by a doctor. After returning home he suf fered much pain In ^he left arm and examination disclosed the fact that the tendons of the arm had been severly torn when'he fell. Ilor’t borrow the News, Subscribe. ~ LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the uses on the proceeds of the mine*- for the quarter ending September 30. 1920, are now due and payable, and that the law with regard to theli collection will be strictly enforced. J. F. MILES, Assessor. Dated Ely. Nevada. Nov. 13. 1920. First publication Nov. 14-20. 1-ast publication Nov, 21-20. NOTICE TO TMCiTMth. , Taxes for the year 1920 are now due and payable at the treasurer's office. If one-half or sold tax 1s not paid on or before Monday. December 9, 1920. then the entire tax shall become due and delinquent, and a penalty of fifteen (IS per cent) per cent will be added, together with Interest at the rate of three (3 per cent) per cent per month until paid. Checks on banns outside of Ely will be received not later than November 21. Half of one per cent (but not less than 2& cents) must be added to the latter checks for cost of collection. Make remittance payable to THOMAS A. BATH. Treasurer. When remitting refer to roll number. Date of first pub. Nov. 7. 1920. Date of last pub. Dec. 5, 1920. Notice of Asslleslks for Permission fo I Appropriate Ike Public Waters of Ike «tnte of Nevada, Application No. 0178. Notice is hereby given that on the 28th day of June, 1920. In accordance with Section 59, Chapter 59, of the Statutes of 1919. the Mlller-Hamtlton Mining Company, a corporation, of Ely, County of White Pine, and State of Nevada, made application to the State Engineer of Nevada for permis sion to appropriate the public waters of the State of Nevada. Such appro pr<' tlon Is to be made from Springs n In Sl\ Mile Canyon, at a point from which the S K Cor. of T. 19 N„ R. 67 E M D. B- A M., bears N. 75 'leg. W. 27600 feet, unsnrveyed land, by means of a dam. and l.b cubic feet per second Is to be conveyed to a point from which the P. E. Cor. of T. 19 N.. R. 67 E M IV B. A M. bears N. 75 deg. W. 27400 feet, unsurveyed land, by mean? of pipes, and there used for power, mining and concentrating pur poses. Water to be returned to stream at a point from which the S. E. Cor ner of T. 19 N., R. 67 E , M. D. B. A M.. bears N 74 deg W. 27.390 feet, unsurveyed land. J (1 SOKIH-H AM. State Engineer. First pub. Oct. 17; last Nov. 14, 1920. JHH-H B PAR PI BMI ATIOJT. Elko. Nevada. Ij»nd Office. October IS. 1»20. No 4I«». Notice Is her-Jby riven that Amoo G. Olmsted of H ell*. County of BIJmT State of Nevada. ha* filed fn this otfiR hi* application to enter, under the pro Vlylon# cf Sections 2S«5 nr 2107, Re vised Statutes of the Putted States, srrantin* additional lands to saldlers JTe.°. Sf'-Vl ,n ,thl "r,,'V or nary of the Un ted State* durln* the Civil War. the f ollnw In* deserl bed land, vl* The JJi' *i or the SRt, nr Section .72 T 21 No., h 61 R., M. n. B. *, M. . a"d *>> Person* claim In* ad versely the land* described or daalr In* to object because of the mineral character of the land, or for any other reason, to the dlspo-ial to applicant, should file their affidavits of protest In thla office, on or befora the twenty secont day of November. 1*10. ... JOHN E. ROBBINR Roirlster. > Irst pub. Oct, it. Urt Nov. 2t. IMA. SWI« *f ApvUMttoi tor —-—‘—If to *5? *!»“** W«tn7tkt „ U,'V^yAX?tt0hna(NOon‘3t,hV wfthda^^t6°.b<&uf*?2-r ,n6.aCOOof3a^ bwj.% ’^•tsss^i "^blte H»», and State of Nevada, made vffiSiJS*11?" to th? 8t*te Engineer of Nevada for permission to appropriate the public waters of the State of Ne vada. Such appropriation la to be made from Castle valley, at a point in the TO o' *•••.I>- E- ■ M.. by means of pipes, and one-tenth cubic foot per second Is to be conveyed to a point In the NWV ft «W’K. Sec. 10. T. 21 N.. R.69 K. rf H. * M., by means of pipes and troughs, and there used for stock wa tering purposes. Water not to be rt t.urned to stream. SCHUGHAM. Slat. Engineer. !• Ir-it pub. i>ct. 81; last Nov. 88. 1920. Notice ef Application for Permission to Appropriate the Public Waters of the btate of Nevada. Application No. 6298. Notice Is hereby given that on the tth day of October, 1920, In accordance with Section 59, Chapter 59, of the Statutes of 19)9. E. A. llenrlod and Ered Henriod, of Parker, County of White Pine, and State of Nevada, made application to the State Engineer for permission to appropriate the pubiia waters of the Slate ot Nevada. Such appropriation Is to be made from Yel low Spring, at a point In the NEVI of NEK, Sec. 3. T. 21 N.. H. 69 E„ iff! D. B. A M., by means of pipes, and one tenth cubic foot per second Is to be conveyed to the NEVi of NKVi, Sec. S. T. 21 N.. H. 69 K„ M. D. U A If., by means of pipes and troughs, and there u*'jd for stock Wateiin* purposes Wa it r not to be return >d to stream. .1. (1. SCHUGHAM. State Engineer. First pub. Oct. 31: last Nov. 28. 1920. Notice of Application for Permission to Appropriate the Public Waters of the state of Nevada. Application No. 6293. Notice is hereby given that on the tth day of October, 1920, In accordance with Section 59. Chapter 59, of the Statutes of 1919. E. A. Henriod and Fred Henriod. of Parker, County of White Pine, and State of Nevada, made application to the State Engineer of Nevada for permission to appropriate the public waters of the State of Ne vada. Such appropriation .Is to be made frem Cottonwood Spring, at a point in the Si;>2 of NE',. Sec. 9, T.,21 >., It. 69 K.. M I>. H. A M.. by means of pipes, and one-tenth cubic foot per sec ond Is to be conveyed to the SEVi of NEK, Sec. 9, T. 21 N.. K. 69 E„ M. D. H. A M., by means of pipes and troughs, and there u«d Cor slock wa tering purposes. Water not to be re turned to stream. J. G. SCHUGHAM. State Engineer. First pub. Oct. 31; last Nov. 28, 1920 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. 8. I .and office at Elko. Nevada. October It. 1926. No. 01824. Notice Is hereby given that John Tu sh no. of Currie, Nevada, who, on Aug ust 11, 1911, made enlarged homestead entry. No. 01621. for the NH SEK And KW’K NE '4 of Section 4. and the Nfe SWK. NK SEK and 8EK NEK of Bec tlon 3. Township 28 North, Range 64 East. Mount Diablo Meridian, under the act of February IP. 1909, has filed no tice of intention to make final tliree venr proof, to establish claim to the land above described before P. D. Old field. County Clerk, at Fly. Nev., on the twentv-foorth day of November. 1920. ■Claimant names as witnesses: George I Maddalena. of Currie, Nevada; Henry I Phalan, of Currie, Nevada: Joseph Moore, of Currie. Nevada: Philip Brady, of Currie, Nevada. JOHN E. ROBINS. Register. First pub. Oct. 2t; last Nov. 21. 1920. NOTICE rou HI III.(CATION. Elko, Nevada, Hand OiT.co. October 18, I92d. No. 04l7e. Notice Is hereby given that Amos l\ ' llmstcd, of Wells. County of Elko. State of Nevada, has filed in this office Ids application U enter, under the pro visions of Sections 2336 or 2307, Re vised Statutes of llte United States, granting additional lands to soldiers who served In the army or navy of the United States during the Civil War, the following described land, vl*; The SW'i of the SW*; of Sec. 21. T. 21 No Range 62 E„ M. 1). ft. .<& M. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the lands described or desiring to obtect because of the mineral char acter of the land, or for any other rea son. to the disposal to applicant, should tile their affidavits of protest In this of fice. on or before the twenty.second dnv of November. 1920. JOHN K. ltORPINV. Register. First pub. Oct. 24; last Nov. 21, 19*0. Notice of Application for I’rrmlaaloa l« Appropriate the Habile Waters af the stair af Nevada, Application No. Mil* Notice is hereby given that on the [ 4 th day of October, 1910. In accordance with Section 59, Chapter 69, of the Statutes of 1919, one E. A. Ilenrlod, of Barker. County of White Pine, and State of Nevada made application to the Stnte Engineer of Nevada for per mission to appropriate the public tra ters of the State of Nevada. Such ap propriation Is to be made from Bur lington Canyon, at a point In the NE 1-t of SW 1-4. Sec. 6, T. 21 N.. R. 69 K„ M. I). It. A M.. by means of pipes, and one-tenth cubic foot per second is to be conveyed to the NK 1-t of 3W 1-4. Sec. 6. T. 21 N.. K 69 E.. If. D. It A M.. by means of pipes and troughs, and there used for stock watering pur poses. Water not to be returned to stream. J. G. S*'HUGHAM, State Engineer. ,pJTrst pub. f>et. 31; last Nov.^l, 1920. Nettee ef Application foe Heraslaalon la Appropriate the Habile Wattn pf the state af Nevada. Application No. 1113 Notice Is hereby given that on the 4th day of October. 1924, In accordant with Section 59. Chapter 69, of the Statutes of 1919. one J. W. Henrlod. of Parker, County of White Pine, ano State of Nevada, made application tn the Stat • Engineer of Nevada for pet mission to appropriate the public wa ters cd the State of Nevada. Such ap prop nation is to be inude from Morgan Spring, at a point in the NE*. of NW14. See. 34, T. 21 N.. H. 63 E.. if. 1j. B. A M., by means of pipes, and one tenth cubic foot per second is to be conveyed to the NEV* of NW*4, Sec. 34. T. 21 N.. It. 69 E„ M. D. B. A M.. by moans of pipes and troughs, and there uerd for stoek watering purposes. Water not to be returned to stream. J. G. HCTtUOHAM, State Engineer First pub. Oct. 81; last Nov. 28. 193:' Notice of Appllralloo for Ptnslaalss to Appropriate the Pobllc Waters of the star* of Nevada. Application No. 629<* Notice Is hereby given that on the 4th day of October, J920, in accordance with Section S3. Chapter 69, of the Statutes of 1919, E. A. Henrlod and Fred Ilenrlod. of Parker. County of White Pine, and State of Nevada, made application to the State Engineer of Nevada for permission to appropriate the public waters of the State of Ne vada. Such appropriation Is to he made from Uower Callahan Spring, at s point which bears N. 87 deg 10 rain. W. 4105 feet from the Southwest corner of Sec. 34, T. 22 N . It 69 E . M. IX B. A M.. by means of pipes, and one-tenth cubic foot per second Is to be conveyed to a point which bears N. 86 deg. 49 niln. W. 4125 feet from the southwe*t cor ner of Sea 80. T 22 N„ R. 69 E.. M. 1). B. A M., by means of pipes and troughs, ivnd there used for stock wa tering purposes. Water not to be re turned to stream. J. O SCRUQHAM. agate Engl near. First pub. Oct. 31; last Nov. 28, 1920.