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Interns of Interest Pertaining to the Livestock Industry of Arizona,
Market Letter for the Past Week.
DIRECT LOAN TO STOCKMEN
IS PLAN ANNOUNCED BY
Secretary McAdoo announces that
the"War Finance Corporation has per
fected its plans for making direct
loans under the provisions of section
9 of the war finance corporation act
to individuals, firms, and corporations
whose principal business is' the rais
ing of live stocl?, includnV cattle,
sheep, gcjatsj'and hogs.
The cprporatjon has decided to cre
ate, under authority of the act, two
agencies, one at Kansas City and onfe
at Pallas. These 'agencies wijl bp
knownas the"Crittle Loan Agencies of
the War Finance Corporation and their
business will be confined entirely" ro
the consideration of applications for
direct Joans' td cattlemfen.'2 All appli
cations from banks for 'advances for
crop-moving purpose's anil' oth'er fifc
poses will be received vb "heretofore by
the Federal reserve "banks acting as
fiscal agents for the corporation.
mittee. one with'headauart
eas City and the other at Dallas, of
whichjconMtesvth) 'Federal reserve
agent and the governor of the respec
tive Federal reserve banks will be
members;' Five additional members
of each committee" will' be" appointed
by the"'War Finance Corporation. The'
cattle loan committees will in turn
create' such local organizations as may
be necessary to carry the plan into
execution. AH applications for direct
cattle loans must be made through
the cattle loan agencies, which, will re
fer such applications as they approve
io the'War Finance Corporation for
Only two cattle loan agencies will
be established, and applicants residing
in the Federal reserve districts of
San Francisco, Minneapolis, St. Louis
and Kansas City will send their appli
cations to the cattle loan committee of
Kansas City; and those residing in
the Federal reserve district's of Dallas,
Atlanta' and Richmond will send their
applications to the cattle loan commit
tee of Dallas. Cattlemen residing in
other districts, who may have occa
sion to make application, will commu
nicate direct Hvth the War Fnance
Corporation at Washington.
In order to expedite the formation
of the cattle loan committees and
other details of organization1, "Direct
ors Clifford M. Leonard and Angus
W. McLean, and Counsel S. W. Ford
yce, of the War Finance Corporation,
will leave "Washington Wednesday
evening for Kansas City, where they
will consult and confer with repre
sentative bankers and cattlemen in the
two districts concerned.
These are not days-for the political
The d&fll series of hich
boiling points in" "Red
Crora anakes power,
and inSkage'jttrc. Look
for tfaeltalrowh sign.'
R. J. Harlan, Special Agent,
r mim tun nun
,-t iMJXH. 'V W . -
.fkach.oi-tha.twb .cattle loan -agencies
be conducted btf acattle' loarrcom-
Power end If
Old Trails Garage
We H&te Everythitfg
For m MmmMNk
Springs of All Kinds. Bargains in Used Cars and
Second Tires and Tubes.
All Our Own Goods Guaranteed as Represented
Contractors and Builders
5piall jobs or large ones receive the same prompt and careful
GRUNINGER 8c SjON
Phone Blue 175 Kingman, Arizona
WEEKLY K CITY
STOCK MARKET REPORT
KANSAS CITY Stock Yards, Sept.
9th. Cattle supply today was the lar
gest of' the-seaBon;'with 37,000 head,
market generally 10 to, 25 lower, no
prime steers here. Hogs sold 15 to
25' higher, top ?20.25, receipts 10000.
Sheep and lambs sold 25 lower best
Western 'lambs $17.00.
Steer sold around 25 lower last
weeW, except the best fed steers,
which were" firm, and made a new high
record here at $18.75, other sales of
good' fed steers 'frort' $18.00 up. Good
grass steers have some competition
from feeder buyers and range from
$i450 to$l7.d0, medium weight grass
steers $10.50 to $14,00, common light
Southern steers down to" $7".0d." This
makes a range of prices on beef steers
almost $12.00 between lowest and
highest, which js( the widest range
evef known. Cow prices declined 25
to'4d 'cents' last week and rare some
lower today good grass cows 10 to
3az, medium $.ou to $?.ou, cauireia
selling today around $6.00. Calf re?
ceipts,h$rejast wek were 'larger than
in any 'previous week'jatthis market,
J5,76p Tiead, tbut 'jpriges held up
pretty well and'are around steady to
day, veals. $10 to $13.50.
I.VJ.STOCKERS 'AND' FEEDERS
r, Country trade iwas good ,lastf week
shipments, out 26,000'head,"best grades
ste&dy7butothers'25 to'40'cents low
er." PHcfes are: "again lower today on
most grades, feeders' selling at ? 10.50
to''$15.50,' stock'steers $715fo to $12.50.
Kansas City prices jvere highest in
the West last week) tops here selling
higher than at either Chicago or St
Louis after the middle of the week,
although the close was 25 to 40 cents
below the highest point reached. Pric
ces are up again today, order buyers
and packer buyers both paying .$20.25
for best heavy and medium weight
grades. Top on light hogs was $20
and bulk of sales ranged from $19.20
to $20. There is a good pig demand,
and a great many stock pigs are loom
ing, sales' of desirable ones today
ranging from $16.50 to. $18.25.' ,, Aver
age. Weight of all the hogs here last
week was 169 pounds, the lightest in
several years? indicating a large num
ber of pigs and common hogs includ
ed. All the markets had declined last
week on both fat lambs and feeders.
Sales are lower oday, best Western
fat' lambs at $17.00, and natives $16
to $16.50, belt feeding lambs $16.75,
a large string of Anaonas today at
$16.25. Fat ewes sell at $1D to $12,
wethers $11.50 to $13JDD, feeding
ewes $8 to $9. Good runs are expected
to continue and a tendency "is' toward
more discrimination With wider" range
of prices on the" various grades more
like it is in the' cattle market. '
J. A. KICKART
Standard Oil Co., Kingman
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TO BE HELD AT PRESCOTT
OCTOBER 17, 18 i 19
"Win'the War", is the" slogan which
has been adopted by the Northern
Arizona Fair, to be held in Prescott
on October 17th, 18th and 19th. This
will be exemplified by the fact thavall
nrizes in every department wilLbeJ
paid m -thrift and war savings stamps.
Al'lib"eriy bond lbootti -will becinstalfe'd
- .- .- S. - r - . . .
on the grounds, .where subscriptions
will be taken. Everyone having re
ceive a trophy from, overseas ;of any
character whatsoever is requested' to
assist the Liberty Loan Committee by
bringing or sending the same to the
Chamber of Commerce office, Prescott.
This will form an, interesting display
for the Liberty bond booth and will
assist in obtainng subscrptions. A1
Y. M. C. A. booth will also be sta
tioned on the grounds and a plan of
educational work mapped out so that
when the next Y. M. C. A. drive is
started all will understand thoroughly
the work of this organization.
All carnival privileges on the Plaza
have been turned over to the American
Red Cross and there is no question
but that hundreds of dollars can be
taken in from this entertainments The
labor unions-in' Prescott haveoffered
to, construct and run the -dancing 'pav
ilion during .the 4hree nights' of the
fair 3Jfd.,$urji,aU funds, received there-J
from over to the Red Cross.
Following is the racing program
which will rbe staged during the fair
days, under the direction ot Chairman
Lester Ruff her. ' This does" not' in-
clude'the Children's sports, the men in
service program, which is1 to be in the
hands of Captain Ban Horn, or the
thrillers which will be staged by1 the
Tom Mix Company;
Tmxrsaay, uctober 17.
1-4 mile horse race (free for all),
300 yard cow horse race, purse $150.
First prize 2?100; second $50.
1-4 mile ladies cow horse race, purse
$75. First prize $50; second $25.
Friday, October 18
Practically the entire sports at the
fair grounds -will be given over td the
soldiers from Whipple Barracks, and
all other men in the uniform of the
United States or our allies.
One-mile pony express, change each
quarter mile, purse $150: First prize
$75; second .$50; third $25.
Saturday, October 19
One mile .pony express, change each
quarter mile. Purse $150. First
prize $75; second $50; third $25.
1-2 hile horse race (free for all)
purse $300. First prize $200; second
300 yard cow horse race. Purse
$10. .First prize $100; second $50.
One-mile-relay race, change each
quarter mile. Purse $150. First
prize $75; second $50; third $25.
L The Northern Arizona Fair Asso
ciation .reserves the right to declare
ioff Jill races that are not started
Z. -Positively no jockeying will be
3. The judges have absolutq power
governing all races, and their decision
in all .matters shall be final.
4. Jn the 1-4 mile (free for all) horse
race's, .at least four horses must start.
In the 300. yard cow horse races,
h'orses must be ridden by cow hands,
cow punchers or owners, and with
stock saddles and spade bits. Race
Kbrses.andiockevs absolutely barred-
judges classification of horses shall he
final. In the 1-4 mile races three
horses. muststart. In the ladies, cow
horse race and the pony express races,
at least three horses must start.
5. There will be' nd entrance? fee for
any of the. races1 held at, the Korthem
Arizona Fair track. All entries must
be'in theTiands of Lester Ruffner, not'
later than 8 q'clock p. m. preceding
the day of the races.
FOR SERVICE IK WA3L
WASHINGTON, D. C. Sept. 6
Notwithstanding jihe fact that thous
ands of stenographers and -typewriters
have 'been 'ajSpoirited" in" the""Gorern-
ment service lin 'Washington, D. C.
since1 our country centered'the war, the
United States (CiVil Service ComntiB
sion annouiiceB .that there is pressing
need for severs! tthnnsand more work
ers of this' clasg" ' Women especially
are urged to oxferiheir services for
this office work sand thus help in a
practically way in 'the nation's great
Entrance salaries range from $1000
to $1200 a year. JAn&t appointments
are made at $1,100. Higher salaried
positions are usually filled through
promotion, original appointments at
salaries in excess of $1290 being rare.
Examinations are held every Tues
day in 550) cities, and the Commission
states that an examination will be
held in any city, day or night, when
there is prospect of assembling a
class of as many as three competitors.
Eligibility for appointment may be
obtained through passing an examina
tion in practical tests in shorthand
and typewriting alone. If it is prac
tical to complete such an examination
in one hour. Represenatives of the
Civil Service Commission at the post
offices in all cites are prepared to
furnsh definite information to per
The Room Registration Office of
ibfe Disftct:orf Coltitnbfa Gondii of i
Defenselmaintains,a k of roorfis in
private nonces in TCasuuiK""1 .r"""
are available! to newly appointed Gov
ernment clerks? All rooms are care
fully' inspected before being listed.
The Room Registration Office states
that the usual charge for rooming ac
comodations with board, that is, the,
two' principal meals of the day, is
S40 a month. To obtain this rate it
is usually necessary for two persons
to share a room. In addition, the
Government) is erecting residence
halls, including restaurants, for the
use4 of -Federal employes in Washing
ton. It-is. expected that the first
units will be ready f or occupancy by
December. The Room Registration
Office states that it is able to provide
accpmodatidns'ii die meantime.
The United States Railroad Admin
istration authorizes the following:
Director General McAdoo announces
tlat representatves of the live-stock
interests ui ifie ouuuiwesb imve yeen
advlsecf1 that he will "at' on'c'e" instruct
that rates be published on feeder cat
tle" froin"" Texas1" to all' points east, in
cluding Kentucky and Virginia."lThese
rates will be on the basis fixed by the
Interstate Commerce Commission in
the Shreveport case plus -the advances
required -by Gehejral'Order No. 28, the
rates for f eeder cattle" being 75 per
cent of itheoeef-cattleraii.1
r. There ljanot beenjiegpiofore any
through rates on cattle, fronv Texas
to the southeastern territory, and
these rates are' to be' published be
cause of the emergency existing in
the Southwest under drought condi
tions, which' made necessary the move
ment of stock out of' that territory
to points' where feed) can'be found.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
Notice is hereby given that the tax
roll for the year 1918 is now in my
possession, "for the collection of taxes,
Taxes are payable at the office of
the County Treasurer and Tax Col
lector, located in the Court House, in
Kingman, Ariz., between the hours of
9 o'clock a. m. and 5 o'clock p. m.
One-half of the taxes on all person
al property secured by real property, J
and one-half of the taxes all on -real
property will be due and payable on
the FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTEM
BER and will be delinquent on the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next threafter4 at 5 o'clock p. m and
unless paid prior thereto four per cent
will be added thereto as penalty, and
interest from the time of delinquency
until paid. That the remaining one-half
of the taxes on all personal property
secured by real property, and one-half
the taxes on real property will be due
and payable on and after the FIRST
MONDAY IN MARCH next and will
be delinquent on the FIRST MONDAY
IN.-MAY next, thereafter, at 5 o'clock
p. ro., unless paid 'prior thereto, four
per cent win oe auueu -.Hereto as pen-
""- "m ""' ""'" "' """ "J "
74 m 94 i4VnKi!r4V wAfvt i a -4- a 4hW
delinquency at the rate of ten per cent
perjannum until paid. ,AU taxes-may
be paid at the time the first install
ment J 'as herein provided, is'due'and
School poll tax and roadtax Tnust
be paid with the first installment of
property tax, unless exemp by'lAfi'!
ana in possession ol a receipt show
ing the tax Tias been paid.
-REVENUE LAWS-OF ARIZONA
Par. 4917. Not earlier; than sixty
days nor later thansijc'-jnlmths after
such taxes "become , delinquent, suit
dhall DefiledTjjTthe County Treasurer,
as fix-Off icio Tax , Collector, to en-
Mxasi payment of such delinquent tax
es in the Superior Court of the County
where taxes are due, which same
Court shall lave jurisdiction, without
regard to the amount sued for, t en
force the rem of 'the 'State. It shall
he the duty of the County Attorney,
c?r his assistant, in 'each County to
prepare all pleadings, papers, and
notices in all suits for the collection
of 'delinquent taxes, and' to prosecute
he same to final determination and
ieahallreceivilno compensation there
for other than. his official salary. It
ibaarbi! the' duty 'of Hhe" County' Treas-
wrer,, when suit shall have been mm
infiined -against .any'1 tract of land or
town lot in said "back tax book" to
note opposite"' said tract of land 6r
town 11 at, .such fact, also against mm
nrt Urns 'been commenced.
.Green innder my hand and seal of
tMs'tfffke, Sept. 13, 191d.
I. N. HAET
County 'Treasurer Jtnd Tax' Collector.
Ptrstunserfion Sept. 14.
In Ibe tierior Court of Mohawc
Cpoinby, State at Arizona.
M. B." ASHBROOK, JJaiiitiff.
Company, a corporation, James D
Hunter, John D. FieMs and Edward
J. Hoover, Defendants;.
Action brought in Oie Superior
Court o$ Mohave. County, State of Ari
zona, arid" the complaint filed in said
County of Mohave in the office of the
Clerk of said Superior Court.
In the Name of the State of Arizona to
Washington-Arizona Copper Com
pany, a corporation, James D. Hunter,
John D. Fields and Edward J. Hoover,
'You are hereby summoned and re
quired to appear in ariaction brought
against'you bykthe ajTove natped plain
tiff in' the Superior Court, of Mohave
County,' Stateof "ArizonaY ahd answer
the Complaint therein filed with the
Clerk of this said Court, at Kingman
n'said county, within twetrtjrdays af-
tfr the sertfcq''uponJy0uW this Sum
mons, if served in Wis sam county, or
in1 all other cases within thirty days
thereafter, the times above mentioned
being exclusive of tlje day of service,
or, judgment by default will be aken
n: a ., l,o,l o coal f
jl veil uuuti iiij iiui.u c.. o.. ..
the Superior Court of Mohave Gounty
oi.i. - u.: v, J. nf ti
State of Arizona, this 8th day of July
(SEAL) L. M. TEALE,
lery of said Superior Court,
C By PHILIP A.'SMITH,
First insertion Sent. 1418.
Last-insertion Oct. 12-18 up.
R. H. Blakely, Atty for Pltff.
To TOKan It MV Concern: ' ;
NoUee Is hereby siren that, the Sunshine
Sunshine No, 2," the Haekbwry No. 2. No. 3
No. 4, the Protection and' Homwtead lode
ttlnlnsr claims and Souaain mllUlte. buldtncy,
and machinery thereon situated." lnPaacoel
mining district. MohaTt county. Aritona. tut
under, bond and leas and that said mlnlnf
elates, mlllslU. bulltflncs. nor tie isaehlnert
Uwreon, nor the undertlnd owner thereof,
will be liable or responsible for any labor 01
debt contracted nor injuries sustained JbV n
employer ,or employe In working aati prop
erty, and that no employer or employe It th
gent of the owner for-any purpose and thai
all operative engage1 In such, service at theli
own risk, and no debt or claim of debt li
ralld ,arlnst sedd mining property, or Its
W. B. BIDENOUB.
ITrst Insertion March 18. 111.
. .Hemes or APpiiigATioir-
rOB A TJWITED STATES PATENT.
Serial-1 No. '040873 -"
UNITED STATES, LAND OFFICE Fhoe-
OU1VC ilU wuo
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NOTICE 18 HEREBY
In pursuance of .Chanter Six of .Title
ThirtyvTwo of the Revised, Statutes :of
the United States, Mi A.-(8AWYER,
whose residence and post-office address
Js.jKingman, Mohave County,- Arizona,
claiming 1500 linear feet of the GREAT
CANTON quaxUjnlnlajr.ClftlOT. vein, lpdj
or mineral deposit, bearing- gold and iu-
er, .with surface v .groupd 600
wiatn ipr.uie convenient f
Mohave, Cpunty.it Arizona, being , Survey
No? 3458," hereby' gflvei notice of1 Ser' In
tention to apply to the United States
for a patent on said mining- claim or
lode, which Is more fully described by
metes anil bounds by the official, plat, of
suryey and the field notes' thereof I on
file in the office of 'the Register of the
United States Land Office at Phoenix,
Arizona, as follows, to-wlt:
GREAT CANYON lode; Beginning at
Cor. No. 1., a granite stone 6 x 18 x 30
Ins, set 12 ins. in ground, with mound
oi stone ciuseiea 1-34&8 u. u. cross (X)
a cor. pt., whence N. W. cor. of the lo-
cation brs N. 2 deg. 39 mln. W. 31 ft,,
mon. or stone 3 ft. hich. Cor. No,
2-4-3290 A.. Whale and Leviathan lodes.
brs. N. 68 deg 39 mln. W. 1081.3 ft. U.
S M. M. No. 3290 A. Cedar mining dis
trict, brs. N. 60 dejr. 13 mln. 10 sec W.
1S12.1 ft. Thence S 78 deer. 19 mln. E.
600 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence S. 11 deg.
41 mln. W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 3: thence
N. 78 deg. 19 mln W. 600 ft. to Cor. No.
4; tnence n. li deg. 41 mm. u. isuu it.
to Cor. No. 1. the place of beginning.
LODE LINES: As near as can be de
termined from present developments, the
vein of this location, embraced in this
survey, extends as follows from the dis
covery point: 750 ft. N. 11 deg. 41 mln
E. and 750 ft. S. 11 deg. 41 mln. "W.
LOCATION: THIS survey IS located
In Sec. 29, T. 17 N., R. 14 W., G. & S. B.
& M. unapproved survey.
Notice of location recorded in book v
of Mines, page 136, Records of Mohave
There are no adjoining claims
firsc insertion Aug. a.
Last Insertion Nov. 2.
TO WHOM IT MAY
Xt4.j j l,,.W tfcof !,, Pv
, . V . , L. .ti.. J
V"i " -
immim atTHU R A ?n ATW.MANORUM
known as lilt, BAatlAJK-jyiAiNlaKUm
COMPANY has this Aay neen dis- empire mill i site survey no.
solved, R. L. Mangrum retlfing. . 'K at Co?. Nolf Um wftj
The Automobile, Tire and garage la cbmer.ofi the location inA'witH Cor.
hiiKinp! herptofore conaucted bv the No- 3,'Survey'No. 823,' Golden Gate Mill
pusiness neretoiore coimucvea uy .ne SUe whence v g j,.,m. No. 2, (erected
Basham-Mangrum Company vill be in connection with Survey No. 823 Gol-
continued1 Under the name of The H. JJf.n te .m, s ), bears. N. 27 deg. 10
rt , , ... . mln. W. 162Qift' Tf 3-1
Y. Bashdm Company , All accounts The 1-4 sectlon corner between sec.
due to The Basham-Mangrum Com- tions 31 and'32,iT. 31 N.R; dVVfUG. &
nnnv nro to he naid to the H Y ,s- R- M- (unapproved survey), ,bears N.
pany are to oe paid to ine n. i. 33 dee 27 mln TiJ7g t.ra .tl )
Basham Company, and all indebted- Cor. No. 2. manhatan lode, sir. No.
n'ess"of thef6rm"er"company- will be340' a bears st-io deg. 32 mm. e.
settled by the new firm. "'& a, 46 deg. 40 mln. E. 330 ft.
Dated at Kingman, Arizona, hep-1 to Cor. No. 2, identical with corner of
tember 5th. 1918 v tl,e If cation and with -Cor, Io. 4, Sur-
r . ...
H. Y. BASHAM
R. L. MANGRUM
Mineral Application No. 039506.
United States Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona.
Aucust 22, 1918.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that THE
SCHUYLKILL MINING COMPANY a corpor.
atton organized and'eadstlnc under the Jaws of
the State of Arlwna, and doing business in Mo
have County,, Arizona, 1U post, office address
belnrf Kinsman. Arizona, throssh Its author
ized manager and agent, H. T. Budlslll, of
Kinsman, 'Arizona, has made application for
patent for Fifteen Hundred (1500) linear feet
on he BLACKTlOCK'-SP,HrNG L9DE mlnlns
claim, a per survey" number, 3 422,i situated tn
Section Thlrty-flTe..'85V Township. Twenty
four (24) NorOltaaee Bshteen (18) West of
the Gila and Salt'BSnr Meridian. , In, tbeWal
lapal Mlnlns District of Kshavc County, State
of Arizona, and described si follows:
" " BLACK "WKX tHIKING LODE
-- stntvKr.Sm. iizt-,-. .
Besinnlns at Cor. No. L a pine post 4 ft.
Ions, 4 ins. jnreot,lS Ins. tn the around,
wilth mound' of- stonea, "scribed BES1-3422.
whence Hi ' 7 "
4 The Cor. Seea. 2, 3, M I 35, Ts. 23 24. N..
E. 18 W. a S. R. B.M. bears S. SOdes. 23
min. 40 eec W. 12725, It. , . .
' The N.' W. Cot. New Jaaey Bxteasnn'tode.
unsurveyed. Ed Mingle, -claimant, bears N. 20
des. 42mln.E.lH0it ft. - ' .
'A cross (X) and BSUEBS 1-3122 chiseled on
face of srazute ooterop''' 24x36 Ins. 20 Ins.
above ground, bears S. 40 dec 20 min. W. 20.6
' No other bearins objects available.
' Thence N. 11 dec. -4,mht. W. ,21-68 feet. In
tersect the west end Use New Jersey Extension
lode, unsurveyed. at 3. 27 des. SB mln. W.
aa.ov aw i.mu a.. uwj. uvw awl. 111
no 01 r y .... .k. "kj T17 r- en nn ru
ttersect center of wagon road running N. 53
aF. E. 3AI.I2 fMt Si. E. Cnr Caraalhian lmt.
unsurveyed. Hike Fusina, claimant, 1500.00
feet. Cor. No. 2. a nine post 4 ft. Ions. 4 Ins.
square, set 18 ins- In the sround. with mound
of -atone, scribed BBS2-3422,P' whence
The S. W.
Cor. Majestie lode, unsurveyed. F.
?&&"' " & " deSr- 7 miD -
E. 504.54 ft.
A cross (X) and BR-BRS 2-3422 chiseled on
faoe of granite outcrop 18x36 Inches, 12 Inch -
es above ground, bears S. 87 des. 41 min. E.
No other bearing object available.
TheneeN. 78 deg. 14 mln. E. 115.24 feet, in
tersect the east side line Carpathian lode. tin.
surveyed, at S. 50 des. 60 mln. E. 289.56 ft.
from the N. E. Cor. and N. 5 des. 50 min. W.
1114.85 ft. from the S. E. Cor., 120.66 feet. In
tersects the south line Good Enough lode, unsur
veyed, Anna,E. Durkee, claimant, at N. 45 deg.
414 min. w. 41Z.DP it. irom ine &..;.. uor.,
300.00 feet, to the N.E. C.! a-plnepost 4 ft.
long, 4 lnsi sauare.,tet 18 Ins. In the crround.
with mound of stone, scribed BRS-3422, 600.00
of stones, scribed, BRS 3-3422, whence
Tilt S, E. Cor. Good Enough lode, unsurvet?
ti, bewt S.;24 dec. 16 mln. 40, Me. W.,ttl.5i
'No baring okjtcM avlllil. 5 f
TbcAee Sll le. t inls. E..84.W feet, tn
UiMet et end Una of Good Enourn lode. 11b
urveyed. at N. S2 dec. 12 mln. E. 358.97 It.
from th S..E. Cor. and the west .end Una of.
Majestic lode, unsurrejed, at N. 32 dec. lz
min. E. 47E.37 ft. from the S. W. Cor. (84.54
feet, intersect south side line Majestic lode." tin
Mirveved. nt S. S.1 Aetr. 43 mln. E. 419.08 ft.
'from the S. W. tr.'lHS.OO feet, intersect cen.
Iter of wagon toad, runnlng-'N. 66 deic. E.
" ? "Kn
00 ft. to Cor. No. 4. b. Dine nost 4 ft. lonir.
4 Ins. square, set 18 ins. in the ground, with
mound of stones scribed BRS 4-3422, whence
a cross (X) and BR-BKS 4-3422 chiseled on
face of granita outcrop 6 x 10 ft., 4 ft. high
bears S. 48 deg. 46 mln. E. 37.5 ft.
Thence S. 78 .deg. 14 mln. ,W. 300.00 feet
to the4S. E. C, a,plne.post-4ft.long.4-is.f "--square,
18 Ins, In the ground with mound, of '
stones scribed BES-8422 448.52 feet, intersect
north side line. New Jersey Extension lode,
unsurveyed. at S. 56 deg. 25 mln. E. 131.11
ft. from the N. W. Cor., 600.00 feet.' to Cor.
No. 1, the place of beginning.
Variation at all corners 15 deg. 40 mln. E.
Total net area claimed In Black Bock
Spring lode, 20.t(l acres.
Area in conflict with:
New Jersey Extension lode, unsur., .117 acres
Carpathian lode, , unsur., 1.4(7 acre
Good Enough lode, unsur., 2.124 acre
Majestic lode, unsur., 2.275 acre
' The lurvey of this location is Identical with
the location as staked upon the ground. ",'w
Any and oil persons claiming adrrsely the
mining ground, veins, lode, premises, or any
portion thereof, so described, surveyed, platted,
fend applied for, are hereby notified that pnl
less their adverse claims be duly filed, accord
ing to law and the regulations thereunder
within the timet prescribed by law," In the
United States Land Office at Phoenix. In tfee
County of Maricopa. State of Arizona, they
will be barred by virtue of the provisions at
J. U IBVIN -v
First Insertion August 24. '
Last Insertion October 26.
kotioe or AVFuoASioir pob'tji.
Survey No 3405 A&B United" States
Land Office. ..Serial. No. 0t0t8t,'.Pho-
nix. Arizona, August 31, 1918.. ,
NOTICE; IS'HEREBY GIVEN, that In' .
pursuance of Chapter 6 of Title ,XXxir
of the Revised Statutes of -the Unite
al,'?.JHltithe Af t8 amendatory there,
of, AGNES SCANLON,' whose" )prfCS
flce address Is 703 1-2 South Broadway,
lb, the city; of Los Angeles,' rCouil8y"tC
Los Angeles, and SUte of Ca.nfoftj.-y(,
her duly, authorized and appolnitkSVw-v
torney-ln-facr, O. F. KUENCEBVhoSav
postofflce address Is Kingman, Mohave
County, Arizona, has made application to
the UAitetoStatesMor,!' pateht.fpK.iSOO
lineaV eet'on'tpMPIRE and-' MANkAT
AN lodes 'spectlvely,'barln.pM and
Silver, the samebelng; 1498' feet'souther
ly and 2 feet northerly on said EMPIRE
lode, and 1498 feet northerly and 2 feet
southerly on-snld MAnHAXAN lode.
Hum me rcspeuuve , uiscovery snails
thereon, with surface -ground 600 feet
in width on each of "said lodes, and for
I the EMPIRE MILL SITE. all'embraeeHT
in Mineral Survev No. .140! AR nrifl'
are situate in Lost I Basin Mining Dls-.
inci, vjouniyroi iuonave. state or. Ari
zona, and described rpy ''the official plat,
and by the field notes on file In the of
fice of the Register of the United States
Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, as
EMPIRE LODE, SURVEY NO. 3405 A&B
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence U. S.
M. MI 'No. 4 (erected In connection wjth
Survey No. 822), bears S. 73 deg. 50 mln.
W. 4247 ft. " x
The Section Corner common to Sec
tions 28. 29, 32 and 33, T. 30 N., R. 17 W.
G. & S. R.'M. (unapproved survey), bears
N. 19 dee. 29 mln. W.. 420 ft.,.
I Thence N. 3 deg. 12 min Wj 1500 ft.
to Cor. Nn. 2. Irtontlr-nl with rv.- Mo 1
MANHATAN lode of this Survey. Thence
N.'S6 deg48"mln. E. 600 ft." to Cor. Noj;
13. Identical with Cor. Nn. 4. MANHATAN
I lode 'df this Survey. Thence S. 3 de.
12' mm. E. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 4. Thence
s, 86 deg. 48 min. W. 600 ft. 'to Cor. No!
n, the place" of beginning. -
' MANHATAN lode, SURVEY No. 3 4 tfr
1 Beginning at Cor. No.fl. Identical with
,Uor. No 2 EMPIRE lode of this Survey,
j previously described, whence U. S. M. M.
No. 1, bears S,
56 dec. 08 mln. W. 4809
ft. to Cor. No. 2. Thence N. 86 pg, 48
mln. 'E ' ffOO ffc to Cor. No. 3. TheAce S.
4 deg. .46 mln. W. 1500, ft. to Cor. No. 4,
with Cor. No 3. EMPIREIlode
of this Survpy, prvlpusly , i described,
IThence S. 86 deg. -48 mln. W. 600 ft. 'to
!Cof,...No,., .the iaJ.e or beginning;. --
,vev Nn. S2M. rjnldoh' Onto TVflll S te
Thence S. 43 deg. 20, mln. W. 660 ft. to
fs"iP TVn 3 frlontlfal wrltiS onrntr nt 1rit.
I Hon and -with' Cor. No. t5, Sur. Nd. 823.
.Golden Gate M.S. Thence N. '46 detr.
! 40 min. V.'S30 ft. to Cor. No. 4, identi
cal wun corner ot location and with
corner No. 2, Sur. No. 823 Golden Gate
M, S(, Thence N. 43 deg-. 20 min. E. 660
ft. to Cor. 'No. 1, the place of beginning-.
There are no known adjoining- claims
to either of said EMPIRE and MAN
HATAN lodes or said EMRIRE MILL
SITE. n' - '
There are no known conflicting
claims with either of the EMPIRE or
MANHATTAN lodes. ' i.7r
' Area "in conflict with EMPIRE MILL
SIT,E. f Golden Gate Mill' Slte,"Sur. No.
823!'5,n00 acres. ,-' '
n!the. respective location certlflfaLfeaxoC
the EMPIRE 'and MANHATAN "Modes
and EMPlTEtl? MILlv SITJJ are .recorded
in the "-Mining Records and 'Mill Sites
and Water Rights, In the office of the
Recorder of Mohave County, State of
ArKbnaraH folTo'ws? ' ' "' --
EMPIRE- lode, in Book HH of Mines,
at paie 12.
MANHATAN lode, in Book HH at
Mines, at page 13.
EMPIRE MILL SITE, In Book 2, M
S. & W. R., at page 337. i
J. L. IRVIN, J
a t.. Register
First publication Sept. 7, 1918. )
Last publication, Nov. 9, 1918 up.
MINE WARNING NOTICE I
To Whom It May Concern: J
Notice 'is hereby 'stven'that the ScIiutIIHII
mine as recorded oln book 4 of deeds .tV!!I
6?2-JL,r-Va,the Schuyfkllllnil-l ritFE
orfed In book 12 of deed, at pise 782 lei
seq. : the Schenectady mtninir V.l.im I. l!1
, , . . -r. -.....
I ? ,v ",o")0K 4f, deeds at
I luul. i . M (Ml iC-
leeas at pase 647 et seq..
I -" " ""r. mil
consisting bt th" knVn-Zhii"?'?., c"s.
Silver Bell mining claims. 'and the Silver Bell
mill site claim, as recorded Tin book i of
refrnr. 1. hZZLZ -"?:,' l nlch erds
'Won ofild fprorty.Vr. belnsToriSd
under lease and ontlon. nj tv.i f.J!" .f0
said mines', mining claims or mill .51 JS!
1 pulldlnss, machinery. Implements, fixtures 'or
'Improvements made or to be made thereon or
itheretn, or anypropcrty of the SouthwestX
lhM ?nd Kdu ? company, or'the stock.
?i,deEit!eof' wI." .b? " or responsible
" l,-?" y '...ft J?t. ena'wor dr' eontracted or
i. , .lii , ' ." 'ii"uyer or employe
n working or Improvlns said broDerHM- mH
thnt no employer or employe is the agent of
the owner for any purpose, and that all oper
atives engage in such services at their oVn
risk, and that no debt or claim of debt Is
valid against said mines, mining claims or
property or'the owners thereof. iX
THE SOUTHWESTERN MINING A RE
FRED W. THEISS.
First Insertion June 29, 1916.