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Published Ewy Friday by he r IMkUrttoB ts.p.r. A. ghfrman. Kdnor and Msnsger. TrrM ( HbwfllUMi Oae Yoar, to Ad vane. s Month. In Advance .lit . l it Lodge Notices -.- PIOCHB LODCI 0. SS. t. O. V- i .". .vLk tn l d. o. r. Building, ob MalB St. Frank Walker. Noble Uraad; A. A. Car man. Pecretary. lrj T. JOHW LODCB WO. , F. A. M. Meet, at Masonic i Hall. LaCour 8t, on th Mcond bt rday of .ach month at 8 P. m. A. A. carman, wrniii C. A. Thompson, rnrstry. m mil M BBMKAH LODGE We. SB. Ti.k- N.if. Mnti every ThurBdaf a 7.30 p'm at 1. O. O. F. HalL All v a It Ini broth.re and ' co Snvliad to attand. Mr. Oalora Hulaa k'obi. Oand; Mrs, Ethel Mlddletoa Secretary. MIEPAH CHAPTER O. K. B, L.ODGE no. IB," loche. Nev. MeoU smb1 and fourth Wedneadays of each .month at I 10 at Maaonlc Hall. All visiting brothara and slaters ara Invited to at tend Ethal Pitta, Worthy Matron; Haggle Campbell. BecrMsry. IHCKEL BY I1ICKEL NEEDED IN BUSINESS WORLD Newspaper Man Dribbled Profit to Beggar. His Urgent Res eon a for Transplanting Re turned Soldier From Army te Civil Life Without Daliy. SAYS THRIFT IS CUREFORH.C.L. Ilrvin Hammond Home From War RoTlCB OF TIM OF FBOTTVO Wni Ib tha Taath Judicial District Cartw tha Btata of Nevada, 1b aad For Lia- cola County. Ib tha Matter of tha Eatato of Haaaaa Hansen, Deceased. None is hereby given that Itoadty tha- lth day of November. ,t !i clock, a- m. oi mo a. jr. aaa the Coon J ha Court Professional Cards A. L. SOOTT Dlatrtet Attoraay Llncela Ceaaty. Mlalas SpaelalUt. Plocha, N.vada. f CLARENCE DEAN BREEZE ; Attorney Bad Ceanaellor, f fa Vegas. Nevada. McNAMEE McNAMEE f Attoraaya Bt Law, Plocha, N.v. La V.gas. N 431-81 Pan. Elac Bldg.. Los Angel.? SARAH IMOBERSTEG Attaraey at Law, Offlca In Riding Bide, ! Callente. Nevada, t H. E. FREUDENTHAL , f Notary Pmblle, Plocha. Nevada. Llttla Transaction by Which Scribe Thought He Waa to Make 2.U ' Didn't M la Just That Desired Way. "A oewspeper friend of mine." raid Mr. Qosllngton. "telle in of an uo oanal experience ba baa bad. la fact la atll! bavins with a beggar. Tie met tbla beggar first about a TMr ago. Tha drcumstsnces attend ing tbla tint meeting wera novel and Interesting and my friend wrote a llt tla piece about It which waa printed In bis newspaper ana ror wnicn n received $3. Aa ba bad given tha beggar a nickel ba figured that bla net profit on this waa $2.95. But: "A couple of weeks later he again met this beggar, who again asked for r nickel, a request that my friend did 'J: t feel warranted In refusing. I W n't think be would bare refused any U y. my friend being an easy mark t t beggars; but having profited by l I original transaction with this beg- Tour cosmopolitan doughboy who baa ahakea hands with tha king of England, danced with tha princess of Roumanla, learned the slang of a dot es nations and cocked a knowing eye at all tha choicest Bights of tha Coo- I Wells Fargo Nerark Bank, in ReTiewofConitwns, Shows Remedy Lies in Nation Francisco. People should Irvla la the laat of . " . war heroe to return. Landing In i New fork from Franco ? too. part IB th. parad. of tha . Flrat Mnent. may sound extremely sophist 1- ,b0p for lower prlcea. redues ttalf Mstoi .a dlTUl0B ,if Ud by n. v i. .., I -.1.-. .hrirt ntlliza I vVaahlnstoB, bib mvu vw rauie, uui wan uuui in EODIIDPUOI. ' ' 1 i cnkliir In strisi. " ... . it. ummm. wmr ------ - - . ror tneir tavinga iiuci .j O I Knnn r um Loun. ai Hammond of Easla Valley la ot Uacola. Btata of .Ne.idi. h ' IriiB BimM " b r appointed aa the tlmo and DUct tZ isala back Ib UbcoIb county. "iB,.l Will of tha aalef Ha.vl a kxuiiar and B BU tppw I U.BMa.' aeceaaad. sad for tha Saa W. W. 8TOCKHAM, M. D. f Oaaaty PhyaleUa aad Health Oaaeor, Plocha, Nevada. i DR. J. H. HASTINGS PHYSICIAN AND 8URQKON Plocha. Nevada DR. J. WEST SMITH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Assistant Surgeon Salt Lake Route. Callenta. Nevada. Mining Directory HYBLA MINING COMPANY OF NEVADA Incorporated under tha lawa of Ne vada, ' i? Capltalliatton 1.000,000 sharea, par value 00 cents. Principal office. Plocha, Nevada. ' Location of property. Comet district. Lincoln County, Nevada. Property consists of thirteen claims. comprising ISO acres. . O nicer a and Directors A. A. Carman, president; Arthur Reall, treasurer; W A. Tulloch. director: Chaa. A. Braun. director. PIOCHE- STAMPEDE MINING COR PORATION. Incorporated under tha lawa of Art sona, One million shares, par value I LOO selling at present at 10 cents per share Proceeds to ba uaad for development work only. Office, Ploche, Nevada. ' Property located In Stampede Oap, It tha Plocha district Five olalma and two fractions. t Officers: Hana Olson, vice-president; John Roeder, treasurer. These officers and Mrs. James Nesbltt and Mra. J, F. Rooder, directors; Fred Heubnor, man ager, ' ' - A. " ha felt Impelled to band over this a. nd nickel promptly, thus reducing h. net on this little piece to $2.90. It wasn't long before my friend dW covered that this beggar lived aoroe wlere In bis neighborhood and made tbi.t part of tha town bla quarry ; for no be used to meet him here and thrre by Intervals. Not always, by an' means, when they met did the ba gar approach him ; commonly they pa aed each other as any other two ml ;ht do, with no sign of recognition ; bat once In a while the beggar would as c for a nickel, which always my friend gave. In this way In the course f three months he gave up 35 cents. thus reducing the net of that $3 to $2.45. Then my friend had an Idea. He foresaw that If this went on indefinitely, aa there seemed every In dication It would do. the beggar would get all of the $3, which to my friend aemed scarcely reasonable. But he did think that an even division would be no more than right to the beggar, and so when the $3 got down to $2.66 he set aside, In his mind. $1.15 aa a drawing account to the beggar's credit and he said to himself that when thus the original fund had been evenly di vided be would stop giving and con- alder that he bad done the square thing. Well, my friend tells me that, count ing a nickel that the beggar drew yes terdsy, he has now drawn $1.40, so that now It Is a question of a very few weeks only, three or four at the ut most, when the beggar will have drawn hla full share. "Then, my friend says, he Is go ing to shut down and keep the rest himself; but what I think be will do will be to keep on paying till the whole three dollars Is gone, his orig inal profit being thus wiped out com pletely. I don't know what he can do then, unless he should write, covering nil his experiences with this unusual beggar, another and longer story ; mov ing then to another part of the city." strikes the United Statu and see whst furrin travel bss done for hlmt It baa made him love, not Europe less, bnt borne more, and be hardly trtea to conceal his grand passion under a poker face, either. For he haa been homesick and weary for months, and the Goddess of Liberty looks like an angel, and New Tork harbor like heav en, to his fond eyes. As a national asset, then, the soldier Is perhaps our best citizen, and be cause the A. E. F. as a whole Is ram pantly enthusiastic about Its homeland and her Interests, America may look to ber soldiers for real Inspiration In dtlaenahlp. These are the men to put Into our business life as rapidly as they can be transplanted from army to civil Jobs. To make the transposition more sim ple and effective, the war department through Col. Arthur Woods, assistant to the secretary of war, has set up the wheels of a giant machine, wblcb is working night and day to co-operate with all employment agencies for the sake of the returned soldier who has no Job. But more than that this great employment system operates for the good of America. Colonel Woods and bis thousands of assisting com mittees believe In the doughboy and In hla power of real achievement In the future national life of the United States. Savings Sumps and Treasury Savings Certificates, aaya tha Walla Fargo Ne rada National Bank, ia Its monthly review, analyzing the hlght cost of living. High prices are due to the following causes, the bank review points out: "Personal extravagance on the part at those who. have been re ceiving unaccustomed profits or un- mood served for several months la the ilahth infantry, attached to the ilshth division, but before tha ,f the armlatlce ho was "ls ' .. .w i.r.irv of the First divls- dentine- unit .on. mw ww jrhlch served this county la France. Typewriter paper, numbered and lain. at the Kecora biu. hmm I of the AppllcattoB of Eraatua AnhS for the issuance to them at Lattera Testamentary thereoa. Uatea riocne, nevaaa, ucrooer ITta. mt. svadolan; FRANKLIN E. WADSWORTH.CUrt . Attorney ror remionera. uaual wages. , -Profiteering, the seizing by bus iness men of the opportunity offered by a heavy demand to manipulate the supply so as to yield undue profits. "High rates of wages, which In crease the cost ot commodities at every stage. "General Inflation of creaita ana circulation. Including bank deposits v... ITranfll A. Kior- ff"BH,aAS: Nevada"; JaVnea C. Rior- ian! of Lund. Nevada First pub. Nov.. 1919. Fine Memorial to Edith Cavell. In a quarry, midway between Bod win and Camelford, on the moors of North Cornwall, England, a memorial Is being fashioned out of granite in memory of Nurse Cavell. One of the huge pieces Is nearlng completion un der the guidance of Sir George Framp ton, who Is giving his services free. This figure represents a woman with arms half upraised, holding a little child on her lap, while underneath, on the base of the monument Is carved a cross. The group Is symbolical of the stronger nations protecting the smaller and weaker ones, while the cross la the emblem of mercy. The whole group Is carved In the form of a cross, giving special significance to the order to which Nurse Cavell belonged. Another huge block of granite near by has a big lion carved on It with head erect and mane bristling. Trampled beneath Its feet Is a serpent writhing, but defeat ed. The total weight of the memorial, when finished, will be about 170 tons, with a height of about 40 feet The group probably will be erected near the British National gallery. ' xnTICB FOR PIBLICATIOX. n-Jm.S Tof the Interior.. U. 8. Land Office Tat Elko. Nevada. .Novarooer . v.v. Nevada, on the in .ttv.. iv .nd hone for i. J f becember. 1019 Claimant names mental action ts an awakening o. i )Unnyside, the nation to more ot a natural reaction against paying high prices. "People should take pains to avoid paying them by shopping for lower prices, by reducing their consump tion, practicing thrift utilizing for their savings Liberty Bonds, War Savings Stamps and other opportun ities for gilt-edge Investment now ipen to them. "This attitude will constitute a ttroag Influence In lowering prices, lown to the point at least necessi tated by basic conditions, and, these 'atter conditions being fundamental, aust ie left to work themselves out." The American National Bank In Its monthly letter makes the following itatement regarding tha cost ot living: "There are several remedies that may be applied, and gradually will be applied, to reduce the cost ot living, but the most essential Is to get down to business, work full time. waste nothing and do wtihout a lot statutes of 1913. one ot unnecessary things which consume In their making much valuable ma terial and human energy. Kcrricst FOR PlBUCATioa Department of the Interior. U. a Lead vjrace ai ,a.rmvu whj. .wva.ua, Octo ber 7. in. Notice la hereby riven that Clareaea R. Stewart, of Acorns, Nevada, who. ea October ZS. ISIS, made Enlarged Homa. stead Kntry. No. 691. J, for 8W14 Sat JJ; EH SEH. SWH SEV. Sec. Township 4 South, Rnce 15 East, aad Lot f. Section 4. Township t Souia. Range 70 East. Mount Diablo Vler tan, haa filed notice of Intention u make Three-year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore Eva uoian, ciera or court, at rV oche, Nevada, on the 22nd day of N. vember, 1910. Claimant names as k nesses. Lamond C. Woods, of Joseee. Nevada: Llys Johnson, of Joseto. . vada; Ralph L. Callaway, of Josece. Nevada: James T. Dobbins, of Jo mm. Nevada. MINXI3 L. BKA1'. Register T-t-t wnh fV-t 17: list Nov.ll. l'jn tu.ke uf Auvllrallva far Prr Appropriate the i-aaiir wslrrs at ike IttHle at .Nevada. Application No. 57t Notice Is hereby riven that on the 6th day of October, 131), In accordance v Uh Section Si), Chapter 140, of tat 3.:iules of 1913, one A. W. Huston, ef C-Uiente. County of Lincoln, and State of Nevada, made application to tha iute iniueei- ot Nevada lor permis sion to appropriate the public waters .r the state 01 .vevaaa. aucn approprt .tlon la to be made from Meadow Val- .tlre of Aaallcatlen for Permlaaloa to "V Section 59. Chapter WhleV statutes of 1913. one James H. Wheeler. !fapiocne Count of Lincoln and Stat, of Nevada, made application to the 3tata Engineer of Nevada for permis sion to appropriate the public waters ofth. Stati oiTNevada. uch approprl- ley Stream, at a point in the tivr at zsec 1.. 1. S B I. 91 II... At. LI. i M.. by means of a dam, and three- hland ot . . U irh a t . 1 i ,A m nun irum "rt"" "' . "1 1- tha NRU Ot iWMTby meanaof open cut. and pip. .entha cubic foot per second Is to at conveyed to nWil or WW, SWH o( -W. Sec. 14. T. 8 8., R. E.. M. p. j. A M.. by means of ditches, and there used for irrigation and domestic par- poses, from ebruary 1st until uecem- jer lain ot eucn year, water not t it returned to stream. Signed: J :. SOUL'illAM. Slitlv Knirlnfi First pub. Oct. 17; last Nov. 14, 1911. er sec- SWM. & M.. vjtlttr ef Apullt-ailoM for IVnulMlna to lproitri..tr the Pabilr VVairra af tW State of Nevada. Application No. 6701. Notice is hereby given that on th Jnd day of. September, 1919, In accord ance with Section 69, Chapter 140, ( ihe Statutes of 1913, one Mathew p. Rees, of Logandale, County of Clark, nd State of Nevada, made appllcatios to the State Engineer of Nevada for lermlsaion to appropriate tha public Water, of the State of Nevada. Such lpproprlatlon is to be made from Meat ow Valley Wash, flood and unapproprl ited water., at a point in the SWI4 f SE4. Sec 4. T. 10 S., R. 67 E.. M. D. B. 4 M.. by means of a dam, and two cubic fu.i nar iM-Anil I. tn h. ponviiv.il tn RU Notice l hereby fvV accordance NWft. E14 SWJ4. Sec. 9. T. 10 8., R. fl ?' ct??eur!i?.ini40 of ?hS a. .hi D.. & fl- by means of ditch witn oection , "",; -i 't nfk I and later at.tntM of 1913. one Edward J. BecK, " - .t S ...inh pubic foot line, 1,1..-..-... ----- w and Is to be conveyed to SW sec. ;-A, ;;k. nd there S.dnfo?VAfa!itoVoc-kn4 domestic ourposes. from January 1st until De ceXr 3 1st of each Y-"!? not t0 ba returned to stream. Signed. J G. SCRUGHAM. State Engineer First pub. Oct. 24; laat Nov. 21. 1919. Notice at Appllcatloa for Appropriate the Public atr 1 taa . - .- I - inn lllltlAn NO. OSUi. Btaie "''""'.'.-VkT, n th laterals, and there used for lrriga. BLACK METAL MINES, INC. Incorporated under the lawa of the State of Nevada. Capitalisation 000,000 sharea. far valu. 10 cants per share. j .. Principal office, til FU Building. Salt Lake City, Utah. f Location of property, Jackrabblt Pl ocha Mining Dlstrlot Nevada. Property conalata of fourteen claims. Officers and Dlroctora: W. F. Snyder, President; Chas. Read. Vlce-Prosldant M. L. Bartlett, Secretary; K. H. Snyder, H. H. Fields, Geo. F, Schralber, Direct ors; Geo. W. Snyder, Manager. VIRGINIA LOUISE MINING COM PANY. incorporated under the laws ot the Stale of Nevada. Cupitallsatlon one million dollars, di vided Into one million sharea, par value one dollar each. , , Principal office, Plocha, Nevada. Transfer office, 1101 Hibernian Bldg, Los Angeles, Cal. Location of mine, Ely Mining Dis trict, Lincoln County, Nevada. Officers and Directors: Chaa. Lee ; Horsey, President and Director; Alex nder l.lovd. Vice-President and Dl ii.ilor; J. I. Thomson, Director; Chaa , , Thompson, Secretary and Treasurer; I. (1. dliiett. Superintendent. riUNCK , CONSOLIDATED MINING AND SMELTING COMPANY. Incorporated under the lawa of No- vada, . . . ... Capitalization, one million sharea. -two dollars each. Principal office. Salt Lake City, Utah. Location of property, Ely Mining Dis trict, Lincoln County, Nevada. Twenty claims. Officers: A. K. Oodbe, President: Geo F. Wasson, Vice-President; M. C Oodbe., Secretary and General Manager; D. L. Wertheimer and John Plngree, addi tional Dtractors. " '' Transform Hlstorlo Westminster. Prominent citizens of London are planning to rebuild the district around Westminster abbey as a memorial to those who distinguished themselves In the world war. The Improvements in clude the construction of a great ave nue, 120 feet wide, and a new Lam beth bridge. The design for the bridge wll be chosen from plans submitted by architects from all over the world. Splendid buildings are projected for th" University of London, for a Shakespearean theater, and for arts and science exhibits. The new avenue wl:j contain groups ot statuary com mimoratlng the heroic deeds of the Br tlsh, Canadian, New Zealand and An itrallan forces, as well as those of Br tain's allies. It Is intended to make ,thlK the finest and most Impressive mo umental avenue In the British em pire. Popular Mechanics Magaslne. Tasting With the Nose. ' The sensation of taste, while of com mon and constant experience. Is highly complicated In Its nature. What is commonly celled taste Is not a simple sensation at all, but rather a complex,. In addition to the actual functioning of the apparatus properly pertaining to the sense of taste, the tongue re ceives Impressions of various other sorts, all of which go to make np this complex. As finally recorded In the consciousness, the taste of any sub stance has to do with its heat or cool ness, perhaps with a mild amount of pain, certainly with astringency or acridity which are In themselves far ther complexes of thermic and tactile sensations and above all with smell. The reader will probably agree that Ice cream and coffee are entirely dif ferent from their true selves when served at inappropriate temperatures; and It Is a matter of record that a per son of the keenest taste may make the most ludicrous errors If asked, blind folded and with his nose stopped to Identify substances placed in bis mouth. 1 Wgs 1 ARE YOU A CAPI TALIST? The Standard Dictionary defines a "Capitalist" as one who has a "pe cuniary surplus." The dictionary Is wrong. A capitalist is one who has a "pe cuniary surplus" which is Invested. Are you a capitalist? You are If you are buying War Savings Stamps or Treasury Savings Certificates. They represent "pecun iary surplus" or, in simple English, savings and they make your money work by bringing to you 4 per cent interest compounded quarterly. Are you a capitalist? Secretary ot Commerce Redfleld laid to the Cleveland Advertising Men, "There are 64,000,VOO subscribers to our Liberty Loans. I suspect that many a factory la manned, aa I know some Government services are, by a force from top to bottom capitalists In varying degrees, but not the less really." " Don't kick about the high cost of living. Beat It by trimming your tails and buying War Savings Stamps. The capitalists are not kicking about the high coat ot living. Why? Because they have money at work. Cut your expentos to the bone. In vest in War Savings Stamps. Be a capitalist. ti t. fn 11 n r v nr a.iiii;uiisa eaaav lUtrof Nevada made application to the State "oV Nevada.' Suchap- tlon and domestic DurDO.e. from Jaa- uary 1st until December tl.t of each year. Water - not to be returned u - stream. Signed: J. G. SCRUGHAM, State Engineer. First pub. Oct. 17, laat Nov. 14. 1919. APPLICATION FOR PATENT. M. A. No. 4310. United Statea Land Office, Carson City. Nevada, Sept. 22. 1919. Notice is hereby given that tin Olympus Mining and Milling Com pany, a corporation 01 utan, naving 111 principal office and place of buslntai at Salt Lake City. Utah, by D. 0. Demetrakopulos. Its Agent, whose res idence and postofflce address is Ely, Nevada, has made application for United States patent for the Moun tain View Lode Mining Claim, situate In Freiburg Mining District, Lincol County, Nevada, embracing 1S00 lin ear feet of the Mountain View Loda and surface ground not over 600 ft wide, being U. S. Mineral Survey N't 4316, and described In the field note and plat of official survey on file Is this office with magnetic variation tt 17 deg. 24 minute. E. as follows: Beginning at Corner No. 1 of claim, whence U. S. Mineral Monument No. 271 bears N. 53 deg. 41 mln. 20 & G. 6301.7 feet distant; and running thence S. 8 deg. 24 mln. W. 600 fait, to Corner No. 2: thence N. SO def. 02 mln. W. 1500 feet to Corner No. I; thence N. 8 deg. 24 mln. E. 600 feet to Corner No. 4: thence a 80 deg. N loyr irrfgatlon puVpoVes. from "April 1st "i" 00 feet. to .aid Corsar untll September 15th or eacn, year. -".w".--" K wltn Water not to do reiurne w gria to the public lands - survey JCT3 i'N'r&O. " Tn.erTot"aeid- area of said elal. M-.t m.v Oct. 24. last Nov. i. tboy described , 20 531 KcrM (r0B .....-. aEw rnMCT MIXING COM- which are expressly excepted and o- TUNGSTEN rOMET JW1MIHU fUow area , confllct .v. '7oi m.Yin of the com- with the following named lode mlnlnl "X n Rnatnn Mass. Oct. 2nd, I claims, to-wlt: Area tn connict wus cSJta'Tov. mhrioToHwp cinTs The area claimed and applied ft So. 15th. 1010. and th. remaining one being . S-LSr-lVS -Wv- fir the hetag on record in th. office of UN noun v nannriln, money receivoo. - Of all stock In arrears after Jnn. 15th. 1020, enough will be sold at pub lic auction v.o. ioin, . I 1 I it. , n h. X at" a point In'th. SBK of SW. I f-." - m 1 XI R KK Hi., m. u, D. at .1 -J l ll knit bv means 01 open cm . one" liteenth cubic, foot per 'second Is to be conveyed to SE SfW 14. Sec. 28. TIN R 68 E.. M. D. B. & oy means of Pipe Una and troughs, and there used for stock watering and do mestic purposes. Water not to ba re turned to stream. Signed: J G. SCRUGHAM. State Engineer. First pub. Oct. 24; laat Nov. 21. 1910. Notice of Applleatloa for Ef"""0," Appropriate taa . " - - - -- State of rtevaaa. n.pij..ti.i.. 7: Notice Is hereby given that on the Jt day of September, 1919 In feeordanca with Sec. U Chapter 140, of the Stat utes of 1913, one Henry Bowling, of Pl oche, County ot Lincoln, and Stat, of Nevada, made application to the Stat. rr nr Mavorin fnr nermlsslon to appropriate th. public waters of the State of Nevada. Such appropriation U to be made from Buck. Corral, at a oint tn the NE of SWJ4. Sec. IS. T. 4 N. R. 68 E.. M. D. B. & MT, by means of dam. and two cubic feet per second 1. to brtveyed to SV4. NEVse14. Sec. IS, T. 4 N., R. 68 E., and SWttSWH. Sec 18. T. 4 N.. R. 69 E., M. p.t, C.. nf ditches, and th.r. used Chinese Railways Busy. Latest reports Indicate that the 8,000 miles ot government railways carry annually more than 25,000,000 passen gers a total ot 1,000,000,000 miles. Thirty-seven per cent of the receipts ot the government railways come from the passenger service. On five ot the lines the passenger revenues exceed those from transportation of goods. Ninety-five per cent of the passenger traffic is third-class at an average tare ot one cent a mile, which means a large amount ot travel by the poorer Wide taacadamlsed highways are Msg constructed la the suburbs ot many cities. The coming ot the auto mobile will hastes this development Aa automobile service across the Gobi aert connecting Peking with Urge aad the Russian railway has been In augurated. ' Famed Rest of Noted Men. The Diamond bar, famous for nearly 60 years as a part of the old Auserals house, or San Jose, CaL, ia being fitted np for a grocery store. The Auserals house, on West Santa Clara street, housed five presidents of the United States and waa for a time the abode of a king, it was ouut in lows, a ceo ru ing to John E. Auzerala of San Jose, and the barroom was the meeting place tor many of the men whose names have been written Into the his tory ot California. President Grant waa entertained t a banquet la the Auserals house In 1879. The following spring King Ka lakau ot Hawaii was a guest, and In September of the same year President Hayes delivered an address from the balcony. President Harrison was a guest tn 1881 and both McKioiey ana Roosevelt visited the famous old hotel on their tours of the United States. Employees of the Union Iron Works, the Bethlehem Steel Company's ship building plant in San Francisco, bought $15,000 worth of War Savings Stamps last month. The men have given up dice and cards and hold draw- 'ngs and raffles of the stamps. ABOUND THVt)lLD ,VITH THE AMEBIi CROS&J n -r in ivouuutii iau Ta.ton. Mass., Oct. 11, 1910. First publication Oct. 17, 1919. f.iwt publication Nov. 7. 1919. APPLICATION FOR PATENT. MA No. 4315. United State. Land Office, Carson City, Nevada, ssepi. zu. Notice Is hereby given that the Olympus Mining and Milling Company. 1 corporation o utan. na.i.is ! trial office and place of business at lalt Lake City, Utah, by D. G. Dem.t akopulos, Us agent, whose residence nd DOBtofflce address ts Ely. Nevada, has made application for the Kathleen .'o. 1 and tvntnieen extension 01 me :o. 1 Lode Mining Claims Consolidated, iltuate In Breiourg Mining District, CAN County Recorder of Lincoln County. Nevada, ana ni.a as document n 23927. . The nearest known location belnf Kathleen Extension of the No. 1 Sur. vo- 4R15. OLYMPUS MINING A MILLING CO, D. O. Demetrakopulos, Its Agent. First publication October 17, 1919. Last publication December 12, in It Is hereby ordered, that the for ?olng Notice of Application for Paten' bo published for a period of sixty dy I for nine insertions) In The Ploche Rec ord, a newspaper published In PlocM -Nevaaa. MINNIE L. BRAT. Register APPLICATION FOR PATENT. M. A. No. 4S40. . United State. Land Office, Caison CUT Nevada, Sept. 22, 1919. A ... Notice ia hereby srlven that " Olympus Mining and Milling Company stoglMi Leneee Superior. Waea aero-phtography commenced to play its great part la the war, it was found that th German-made lenses would do the work ot picturing from above far better than British-made laosee. Bnt the English opticians set to work, and la a abort time they pro auced leases that beat the German product fair aad square. Captured sero-photograptilc apparatus durint the latter part of the war showed that tae lenses were Inferior In quality t those made la Britain. No German made lens haa yet been found thai would picture a barbed wire entangle contractor and BUILDER. . moot from a height of three miles, but 1 ea At' ITjBsas Ot weSSU 1 vww. nwa ausa vasj Henry Bowling ttea CU. '. Her Part. The physldsn bad diagnosed the young woman's case and was com pounding tor her a bottle of medicine He out two or three drugs into the bottle and then took up a Jar of pep sln. The Jar was almost empty and there was not enough pepsin to finish filling the patient's bottle. The phy sician looked around for another Jar. He didn't And one. however. For a minute he was frankly perplexed, and then came sudden relief. He turned to the faucet and finished tilling the bottle with water. "Oh." the young woman's voice wa very cool, "you aqeta't have done that I saa put la the) worn mrmlV ; Mncoln County. Nevada, embracing Olympus Mining and Milling t-ompj 500 linear feet of the Kathleen No. 1 U corporation of Utah, having its pr nd the Kathleen extension of the No. elpal place of business and omce t respectively, ana surtace grouna on v-ny. utan, i f. ".v.no -ach of said claims not over 600 feet rakopulos. its agent. who.e rl"g vide, being U. a Survey No. 4315, and and postofflce address Is Ely, ffifi lescribed in the field notes and plat of has made application for a unu fflclal survey on nie in tnis omce wun pateni ior me gui' nagnetlc variation at 17 deg. 24 mln. go. I LodewMlning Claim, situate Is follow.: . . Freiburg Mining District. Llneoi Pnmmenclna- at Corner No. 1 of the County. Nevada, embracing 160U tin" Kathleen No. 1 Lode claim, whence U. feet of the Mountain View No. 3 'w 3. Mineral Monument No. 271 bears N. and surface ground not over 600 w (8 deg. 24 mln. E. 8568.5 feet distant; wide, being U. a Mineral Survey ' w nd running thence a 28 deg. 0J mln. 4340, and described in the fl.la now tv isnft ran tn rnrn,, Na i nf tha I and nlat at nfllrl.l aurvav on ni. Kathleen No. 1 Lode; thence N. 61 deg. 8 mln. w. izoo reet to corner no. a f the Kathleen Kxtenslon of the No. 1 ide; thence N. 28 deg. 03 mln. E. 1500 'eet to Corner No. 4 of the Kathleen ; .tension of the No. 1 lode; thence S. -1 deg. 68 mln. E. 1200 feet to Corner o. 1 of the Kathleen No. 1 Lode, the lice of beginning. The location of this claim with ra rirds to the public lands survey is un- teterminea. The total area of said consolidated talma as above described is 41.111 .eras. . Th. area claimed and applied tor be ' 41.322 acres. - The location notice of said consol idated claims being on record tn the ffiee of the County Recorder of Lin coln County, Nevada, as follow.: The Kathleen No. 1 In Book "F-l" of min eral notices at Page SO. Th. Kathleen Extension of the No. 1 being recorded 1. document No. S4S6tVk. Th. nearest known location being tne taa wi n, si a ana tn. Mountain Soon after , the entrance of the United States In the war the successes of the Central Powers In Roumanla had reduced that country to a most tragic condition and In the summer of 1917, the American Red Cross des patched Its first Roumanian relief contingent Two hospitals were at mim lakM M mil Anart4l h tK. - ' - view u. a survey no. 4311. Red Cross, a canteen for the atarvlng I olympus mining A milling CO., refugees established and food and clothing distributed over a large area. Transportation was one ot the toughest problems with which the Red Cross workers In Roumanla had to deal. Here Is seen an oxcart used by the. Bed Cross to carry its reUet snfpUea up hate the anitstas, I,.. ,m - - -- 'f D. G. Demetrakonuloa. Flr.t publication October 17. SoiO. Last publication December It, 1919. It I. hereby ordered, that tha tnn... Ing Notice of Application for Patent u DuuiiBovu tor a Derioa or bixiv n.va I 'or nine publications) In Th. Ploche this offlce with magnetlo variation." 17 d.g. 25 minutes East, as follows Commencing at Corner No. 1 01 claim, whence U. S. Mineral Monum Vn 7i h.m u aa aw is mln. ' 6169.S f.et distant; and running thani N. 49 d.g. 47 mln. W. 1600 feet to Co ner No. 1; thence S. 40 deg. It mln. 600. feet to Corner No. 3; thence 8. dag. 47 mln. E. 1500 feet to Corner P 4; and thence N. 40 d.g. 13 mln. E. fast to said Corner No. l. tne p--beelnnlng. ... . The location of this claim with i yards to the public land survey 1 determined. v. The total area of said claim a. described Is 10.661 acres. .. . ... . Th. area claimed and applied for Ing 10.601 acres. ... The aaid lode location mining c being on record In the office ot county Recorder of Lincoln v,v Nevada. In Book E-l of mining noti at face z. There are n on tha survav near aaia location. rt OLTMPUS MINING MILLING CO. -A D- ' Dm,trH?AnJ Flrat publication October Ui,1' Last publication December 12. " It Is hereby ordered, that the for Ing Notice of Application m for PJ be publlahed for a period of .Uty g tor nine insertion.; in iP'r mi no adjoining elalme sW' ey plat and no other clai - - - - w..vr a ii a iuv iiei 1 tvr Bint IllaVVJ I 1 IVIISJ 111 S BBW i. - Record, a newspaper published In PI- ord. a newspaper publlahed In P" oche, Nevada. I Nevada. ' . MINNIE L. BRAT. BAglstar. utvuts t. RRAI. Regis' , MatTADA. .