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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1919.
THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH, PAGE ELEVEN CAnLE GROWERS WILL ME E, NOVEMBER I0TH Monday, November 10, ha8 been set aS the definite date of the special meeting of the Arizona Cattle Grow ers' association. Coming as it does on the Monday following fair week, a large attend dance is expected. Many cattlemen will be in town to attend the fair, and it is presumed that the greater portion of them will decide to remain over .Sunday to take up the impor-.the tant matter to be presented. The purpose of the meeting is to get an expression of opinion with ref erence to legislation now in congress designed to control the packing in dustry. Despite the fact that the as sociation at its last regular conven tion went on record as favoring this legislation considerable diversity of opinion now exists in the ranks of the cattlemen. This was evidenced in the recent meeting of the executive committee. Many heated arguments and de bates were held on the floor of the meeting, and as many spoke against certain features of the Kendrick and Kenyon bills as for these meas ures. When it was found that sen timent was divided on a fifty fifty ba sis, as far as the committee was con cerned it was deemed advisable by the president to call a special meeting of the entire membership for the purpose of threshing out the matter under con sideration and arriving at some sort of agreement. In the following this policy the Ari zona cattle growers' association stands alone. In other states the cattlemen have been content to fol low the recommendations of the mar ket committee of the national asso ciation, vyithout attempting to weigh the merits of the proposed legisla tion. President Mullen, on the other hand, believes that the question is a mo mentous one, affecting not alone the cattle interests but the general pub lic, and for this reason deems it worthy of close study by the members of the association. The Aftermath. The klnderguiten teacher had made the children an Impressive talk on the danger of plnylng In the street. But one little boy did not take warning. "An automobile struck him, bruising him slightly. For two days he was out of school ; the third day he came back, only to hear the teacher begin another talk on the dangers of the street. This time she used him as "the horrible example." Sust think, children, If Johnny had been killed how much we would have hated It. He never could come to us and we would have," she was going to say, "to do without his compan ionship." But the freckled little boy finished It for her. "We would have to buy some flow ere," he yelled. Toned Down "We wish to apologize to Mrs. Or ville Overholt. In our paper last week we had as a headline 'Mrs. Overholt's Big Feet.' The word we ought to have used is a French word, prounounced the same way, but spelled 'fete.' It means a celebration, and is considered a very tony woul.' Wil liamsville (N. D.) Item. 'IT rr- R.. MOHAVE LUMBER COMPANY TERRA COTTA RIVERSIDE CEMENT SASH AND DOORS WALL BOARD SCHUMACHER NAILS - A Large Stock of Oregon and Arizona Pine Constantly on Hand. Also Fire Wood in Large or Small Quantities. PROMPT SERVICE PHONE 230 T LIVESTOCK SANITARY BOARD SAVES CAnLE OF STATE LOSS BY COMBATING DISEASE The Livestock Sanitary Board of Arizona is just now engaged in re cording of the various cattle, horse, sheep and goat brands of the stock men of Arizona. The work will be completed in about four months. The peculiarly trying part of the new law is that it requires the serv ices of a specially trained clerical force. If a bureau for recoiding of brands could be established and the work turned over to a few extra clerks problem would be an easy one. Unfoitunately before any brand can be lecordeil, an investigation has to be made so that the existing rights of some other person shall not be inter fered with. This can only be done by a clerk familiar with the methods and records of the office. Before the work of lerecordmg the brands could be undertaken a consid erable, expense had to be incuried in the way of the preparation of new books and forms. Up to the present time about $900 of the $4325 appro prated by the legislature has been used up. Few people recognize the great im portance of the Livestock Sanitary Board of Arizona. It is a medium through which law and order was brought to the range. The foundation of its usefulness and effectiveness lies . in the recording of the brands of var- lous stock raisers throutrh which a pnntrrd nf njinrllino, nnrl rlicnncitinn nf livocfnnV fc mno nncoiKlA !-, nrw! ., . ... i i. . j , ,. that cattle stealing is rendeied d.f- nam. ine smiting irom place to place of diseased cattle is prevented and the activities of rustlers, who would make a practice of changing brands on their neighbors animals is practically done away with. PLUTOCRAT They had some very expensive presents at the Be Bosh wed ding. Did they? What did her father trlve them? 1?wo barrels of sugar and ton of coal. Might Do There. "This new clerk doesn't seem to know anything whatever about any thing." "Well, that won't do for silks or dress goods. Put him In the book de partment." Of Course Not "Cost me $10 today just because 1 was honest." "Oh, well, you don't mind paying a mall premium on a srnnd nnllev " Louisville Courier. Tnnrnnl uouisiue courier-journal, The Reason. "Noah wouldn't have made ft good, poker player." "Why not?" "Because he never held more than two of a kind." Quite Different "The voting bride across the way treats her husband like a dog." "Poor fellow!" "Don't pity him. She's always fuss Ine over him." We Will Deliver Your Laundry on Time You will notice this if we do your laundering. Another thing you will notice is that your linen wears much longer than formerly. We use great care and employ exper ienced help. Send us your laundry. You'll be glad you did. Mohave Steam Laundry Phone Blue 84 CHIMNEYS SEWER PIPE FIRE BRICK BLACK ROCK PLASTER LIME BLUE v S3 LEGAL NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Notice is hereby given that the tax roll for the year 1919 is now In mv possession for the collection of taxes levied theieon. Taxes are pajable at the office of the Count Treasurer and Tax Collect or, located in the Court House in Kingman, Ariz., between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and D o'clock p m. One-half of the taxes on all personal pioperty secured by real property, and one-half of the taxes all on real prop erty 'will be due and pavablo on the FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER and will be delinquent on the FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER next theie after, at r o'clock p m , and unless paid pi lor thereto four per cent will be added thereto as penaltj, and interest fiom the time of delinquency until paid That the remaining one-hxlf of the taxes on all personal propertv se cured by real property and one-n.ilf the taxes on real property w ill bo 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. m unless paid prior thereto, four per cent will be added thereto as penalty and Interest from the time of the de linquency at the rate of ten per cent per annum until paid All taxes may be paid the time the first installment, ns herein provided, is due and payable. School poll tax and road tax must be paid with the first Installment of prop erty tax, unless exempt by law nnd in possession of i leceipt showing the tax " ' neon paici Tar. 4917. Not earlier than sixty d nor )ater than blx month, after such taxes bccome delinquent, suit i shall be filed by the County Treasurer, as ex-of ficio Tax Collector, to enforce i pav ment of such delinquent tixes in ' the Superior Court of the County where J taxes are due. which same Court shall nave jurisdiction, witnout regard to me amount sued for, to enforce the Hen I of the State. It shall be the duty of I the Countv Attorney, or his assistant, In each county to prepare all pleadings, papers and notices in all suits for the collection of delinquent taxes, and to prosecute the same to final determin ation and he shall lccelve no compensa tion therefor other than his official salary It shall be the duty of the County Treasurer, when suit shall have been commenced against any tract of land or town lot In said "back tax book" to note opposite said tract of lxnd or town lot. such fact, also against whom suit has been commenced. Given under my hand nnd seal of this office, Sept. 2, 1919. WAYNE HUBBS, County Treasurer and Tax Collector. First insertion Sept. 27. Last Insertion Oct. 25. MINE WAHNING NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the Mon itor, Monitor Fraction, Silver Queen, Sliver King Mining Claims, situated in I the Wallapal Mining District, County of Mohave, Arzona, are under option agrce- I ment nnd neither said mining claims nor the undersigned owner thereof will be responsible or liable for any labor or debt contracted noi '"lurles sustained y any employer or any employee In worklne- ntd nroperty. and that no em- I ployer or employee Is the agent of the I owner ror any purpose, ana mat an op- entires engage In such service at their own risk, and no debt or claim of debt is valid against said mining property, or Its owner. JAMES H KANE. 1st insertion June 14-19. SHEEIPP'S SAEE Notice of Sale of Beal Ettate tinder Execution STATE OF ARIZONA, ex rel Plaintiff. VS. MRS. W. M. WHALEY. Defendant. By virtue of an execution Issued out of the Superior Court of the County of Mnhave. State of Arizona, where State fbf Arizona, ex rel, plaintiff, and Mrs w. M. wnaiey, uerenciant, upon a juag ment rendered the 2nd dav of June, A D. 1919, for the sum of Eight and 42 100 ($8 42) Dollars, United States gold coin, besides cost and Interest, I have this day levied upon all the right, title, claim and interest of said defendant, Mrs. W. M. Whaley. of, ln and to the following described real estate, to-wif Lot 1, Block5, Pleasant View Addition, in the town of Kingman. Mohave Coun ty, State of Arizona, officially recorded In the office of the County Recorder of Mohave County, State of Arizona In Book 21, of Deeds, page 525 Public notice is hereby given that I will, on Monday, the 13th day of Octo ber. A. D 1919. at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, in front of the Court Houso door of the County of Mohave, pell it public auction, for United States gold onin oil th rlirht. title, claim ind in terest of said defendant, Mrs. W. M mi,nu nf in nr,A tn fhn 'nhnve' described property, or so much thereof ns mnv be necessary to raise sufficient money to satisfy said Judgment, with interest and costs, etc , to the highest and best bid- der. W. P. MAHONEY. Sheriff. By JAS. CURTIN. Depntv Sheriff Dated September 18th, 1919 First insertion Sept. 20. Last Insertion Oct 11. SUMMONS In the Superior Court of Mohave Coun tv, State of Arizona. CHARLES L. LEWIS, Plaintiff VS JOSEPH H MOYLE FREDERICK MOYLE. MRS. ANNIE GRACE MOYLE ALBERT C. MOYLE and EDWARD MOYLE Defendants Action brought In the Superior Court of Mohave County. State of Arizona, and the complaint filed in siid Count" of Mohave in the office of the CWK of said Superior Court. In The Name of the State of Arl7ona To JOSEPH H. MOYLE FREDERICK MOYLE MRS ANNIE GRACE MOYLE ALBERT C. MOYLE and EDWARD MOYLE. Defendants Greeting- You Are Hereby Summoned and re quired to appear In an action brought against you by the above named pla'n tiff in the Superior Court of Mohavf Countv, State of Arizona, and answer the Complaint therein filed with the Clerk of this said Court, at Kingman in said County, within twenty days after the service upon you or tnis summons, If served ln this said Countv, or in ill other cases within thirty days there after, the times above mentioned being exclusive of the day of service, or judg- MININO. PRODUCTS BOUGHT, N e ire Smelters, Refine 11 and Buyers of Gold and Silver Ores Concentrate,, Cyanide Products, Anwlgim, Bullion, Platinum, Batteiy Chips andOld Copper Plates. HIGHEST CASH RATES PAID WILDBERG BROS. Established II Yean Offices iU-4U Paciiic Bldg. Fourth and Market Sit. Sea Francisco ADVERTISING ment by default wlll be taken against you. Given under my hand and seal of the Superior Court of Mohave County, State oi Arizona, mis loin uay oi septemDer, 1919. (Seal) J. T. MORGAN, Clerk of said Superior Court First insertion Sept. 27. Last insertion Oct. 25. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TOB U. 8. PATENT Survey No 3400 Serial No 042465 United States Land Office Phoenix, Arizona, July 18, 1919 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that in puisuince of Chapter G of Title XXXII of the Revised Statutes of the United States, and the Acts amendatory thereof, CHRISTIAN L HOFFMAN, MRS. BER TINA J. HOFFMAN, whoso postofflce address Is Chloride, Arizona, and NA THAN W. TARR, Trustee, whose post office address Is 1025 Central Building 6th and, Main Sts., Los Angeles, Cali fornia, have made application to the United States for patent for 1500 linear feet on the BIO BOY lode, bearing gold and silver, the same being 735 24 feet in a S 12 deg, 30 mln. E direction, and 764.76 feet in a N. 12 deg , 30 min. W. direction from the discovery shaft there on, with surface ground of 600 feet In width on said lode, embraced In Mineral Survey No. 3400, and situate In the N B. Sec 4, T. 23 N , R. 18 W., G. & S. R. M., in Wallapal Mining District, County of Mohave, State of Arizona, and described by the official plat and by the field notes on file In the office of the Register of the United States Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, as follows, viz BIG BOY LODE SURVEY NO 3400 Beginning at the N. E. Cor. No. 1, whence the Sec. Cor to Sees. 3, 4, 33 and 34, T. 23 N R. IS W, G. & S. R B. & M. bears N. 45 deg. 54 mln E 989 07 ft: thence S. 12 deg , 30 mln. E. 1500 ft. to S E Cor No 2; thence S 81 deg. 1 r mln W. 580 29 ft to S. W. Cor. No 3, Identical with N. end center Survey No. 1273 A, VALLEY VIEW lode, claimant unknown; thence N 12 deg, 30 mln. W. 1500 ft. to N. W. Cor. No. 4; thence N. 81 deg. 15 mln. E 580.29 ft. to N. E. Cor. No 1. the place of Tjeglnnlng. Adjoining claim, as shown by the plat or survey, is tne valh;x vikw lone, Survey No 1273 A. Theie are no known claims conflicting with said BIG BOY lode The area of said BIG BOY lode Is 19 040 acres The amended notice of location of said lode is recorded in the office of the Recorder of said Mohave County, Ariz, in Book "SS" of Mining Claims, at pages 201, 202 J. L. IRVIN, Register First Insertion July 26, 1919 Last insertion Oct 25. MINE WABNINO NOTICE the stockholders of said company held at Ogden, Utah, August 31st, 1917. at two o'clock P. M., at whtoh mei'tlng all the stockholders of sail company TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: This Is to give notice that I am the Owner and Option holder of what Is known as the old Echo Mine, or the following claims, situated in the Cedar Mining District, Mohave County, Ari zona. Silver Bell Lode mining claim recorded in Book H. H., Page 669; Amelia mining claim. Recorded in Book U. U., Page 383; and Swastlca mining claim, Recorded in Book U. U.. Page 382, mining records of Mohave County, Arizona. The two last mentioned claims formerly known as the Mona Wood Lode mining claim and the Silver Colorado Lode mining claim All persons are prohibited from entering upon said claims without permission of owner or trespassing upon same. C. A. PALMER. Owner. FOB I.ABOB OB MATEBIA1S TXTR - NXBKBS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all fiersons that the undersigned, A. C. Lake s the owner of that certain mine or mining claim, hereinafter described, with all improvements thereon. That said mine Is now ln possession of and Is be ing worked and operated by A. G. Good will, pursuant to an agreement with op Hon to purchase, made and executed b? the undersigned ln favor of said A. G Goodwill, dated November 13th, 1918 said agreement and option to be In force up to and including the 12th day of May 12, 1920. The undersigned is not workinr or operating said mine or mining; claim or any part thereof, and does not Intend to work or operate said mine or mining claim, or any part thereof, or purchase any supplies or materials therefor, dur Ing the life of said agreement and op tion with said A. G. Goodwill. The name of said mine or mining claim Is the FOUNTAIN HEAD patented mine situate ln Wallapal mining district, lr Mohave County. State of Arizona, patent from the United States for which Is of record in the office of the Recorder of Mohave County, State of Arizona, lr Book it of Deeds, Page 524, to which reference is hereby made for a more par ticular description IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said A C. Lake has hereunto set his hand thl twenty-first day of October. 1918. A. C LAIC NOTICE TO CBEDITOBS Estate of Francisco Urena, deceased. 'Notice Is hereby given by the under signed, Administrator of the Estate of Francisco Urena deceased, to the cred itors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, with in four months after the publication of tnis notice to the said Administrator at 2"'c,e &"f:. cnZ7?:xw:??s "a'uorV iw Court House, Kingman. Arizona, the I same being the place for the transac "on of the business of said estate. In M County of Mohave .,,,.. WATwNET,H.U.BESi Administrator of the Estate of I Dated this 8th day of September, 1919. BenJ Harrison, Attorney for Admlnl- strator. MINE WARNING NOTICE TO WHOM IT MA'X CONCERN: Notice is hereby slven that the Georgi Washington, Thermos. Noonday. Mlsslnr Link, Bill Taft and Cornish Bo mining claims, situated In the Wal lapal Mtntntc District. Mohave Countv. Ari I rona, are under lease and bond to W. G. Pair who Is working the bame. and that neither thr mines nor the owner thereof will be respon slble for any labor or debt contracted, noi injuries sustained by any employer or em ploye In worklns said property; and that nr employer or employe Is the agent of the own ers for any purpose, and; that all operative engage ln such service at their own risk, and that no debt or claim or debt is valid against Bald mining claim or their owners. JOE MOYLE. ..., ... . - .""" -n.-.. FRED MOYLE, aaiea ininerai rarK, Arizona, juiy 10. ivib First Insertion. July 20. 1918. MINE WARNING NOTICE To Whom It May Concern: Notice Is hereby given that the Schuylkll mine as recorded In book 4 of deeds, at pag 652. et seq , and the Schuylkill mill site ai recorded In book 12 of deeds, at page 762 e' seq. ; the Schenectady mining claim as re corded ln book 4 of deeds at page 647 et seq. and the Silver Hill group of mining claims consisting of the Sonoma, Valley View and Silver Bell mining claims, and the Silver Bell mill site claim, as recorded ln book 14 of deeds, at pages 263 to 268, Inclusive, record' of Mohave County, Arizona, to which record' reference Is hereby made for a more complel description of said property, are being worked under lease and option, and that neither thi said mines, mining claims or mill site 01 buildings, machinery. Implements, fixtures 01 Improvements made or to be made thereon 01 therein, or any property of the Southwesterr Mining and Reduction company, or the stock. holder thereof, will be liable or responsible fr any labor, material or debt contracted 01 injuries sustained by any employer or employ la working or Improving said properties; and V that no employer or employe U the agent ol the. owner for any purpose, and that all oper- atlves emrasre In such unicn at thlr mr I risk, and that no debt or claim of debt , vana against said mines, mining claims or property or the owners thereof. THE SOUTHWESTERN MINING & RE DUCTION COMPANY, Bjj GEO. W. THE1SS. Sw'j. Witness: FRED W. THEISS. First Insertion June 29. 1816. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION of the CAIIZONA SH.VEE MINING COM PANY, INC. KTTatAwe.JVh as - sociated ourselves together for the pur- pose of forming a corporation under and bv virtue nf the i.iwq nf Artmnn ,.,-.. by adopt the following articles of incor- holders of WESTERN ARIZONA poration. AlmCLE x RAILWAY COMPANY will be held The name of the corporation shall be ' at Kingman, Arizona, on Thursday COMpInc SILVER MINING the 1.1th day of November, 1919, at article II. two o'clock P. M., for the purpose of The principal place of business of the nlprtino- i TCoird nf TKrnMnra tn corporation within the State of Arizona Reeling a "ara ol Directors to serve shall be Kingman, Mohave County, Ari- for the ensuing year and for the zona, and the principal place of business transaction of siirh nrhpi. Vmsinocc outside of the State of Arizona shall be " ansacuon 0I sucn otner business as New York City, New York and other of- may properly come before the meet fices may be established and maintained ino- within or without the State of Arizona I b- . T ,,,, at such places as the board of directors i A. J. OLMSTED, may designate, where meetings of stock- I cjPPW1fn,. holders and directors may be held. ,. secretary. AKTILXE III. The purposes for which this rnrnnr. ation is formed, and the general nature of the business to be transacted ire va iouows: 1. To engage In and carry on the work and business of mlninc tar trnA silver, copper and other minerals and metals, in all the branches of mining in the State of Arizona, and in any other State of the United States, to purchase, locate, acquire, own, hold, lease, mort gage, sell, work, develop and opetate mines, mining claims and mining prop erty of every kind, and to reduce and to treat tne products thereof. z io purchase, erect, acnulre. use own, sell, lease, hold, mortgage and nis- pose of mills, mines, mining machinery WOrKing OI mines, minlner Plnlms mln. Ing property, and for the development of mines and mining property, and for the reducing, smelting and milling of ores from mines and mining locations and mining property, and to construct, pur- chase, locate, own. hold, lease, mortgage, sell and use, water, water rights, dams and other appliances or means necessary or proper ior mining or any and every dc- scrlption. and by any and eerv nro cess, and to buy, mortgage and deal In, sell and dispose of real and personal property, both within the State of Ari zona and in other States of the United States of America, and to buy, mortgage, ijicukc, ueai in, sen ana dispose or mer and water and mining locations, and car- ry on the business of buying, locating and selling mines, mining locations, goods, wares and merchandise, real and personal property, and to do and carry on any other lawful business upcmrhw useful or convenient to be carried on in 1 connection with any of the foregoing ' matters or businesses 3. Tn coll nnm &r Imo. knn .... ' . - ww.., wv...J, ,wU9w, UVliU, U1U1 I' Biaige' .1 otherwise dispose of any or all of its property of every character whatsoever; to mortgage, own, hindle. and control, sell, assign and transfer and dispose of letters patent and Inventions, secure processes, shares of Its own cap - iiui -iiutK ana inai or otner corpora- tlons, and to vote any shares of stock owned by it the same as a natural per son might do; to issue bonds, notes, de bentures and other evidences of Indebt edness and to secure the navment of 7Zrl,i 1 . s ?' 1 eert or , .st' i"ed're , . .- - .- 1 J0. " "Pjl"018 ,?nd thlmjf and trans- l-. ...V .. ','.,, l"Juy "u, 1 25'bU.lbuJ1,ns ln connection with the low ;'', "J; no' inconsistent with vfnfLZ n?ihCtlSra,Ldfm t0 the ad ' Administrator of" the Estate of M. vantage of the corporation. L Hoffman, deceased. ARTICLE IV. First Publication Oct. 11. The capital stock of the corporation 1 Last Insertion No. 8. shall be one million ($1,000,000) dollars ' , divided Into one million (1,000,000) NOTICE or FOBECLOSUBE SAKE shares of the par alue of one dollar! ($1.) each, which shall be paid for at I IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF MO such times and in such manner as the 1 HAVE COUNTY, STATE OF ARI- boftrd of directors may designate. All ZONA, or any portion of the capital stock may THE ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK. be issued in payment for real or per- sonnl property, services or any rlo-ht or thing of value, for the uses and pur poses of the corporation, and when so issued shall become and be full-paid, the same as though paid for in cash at par; and the directors shall be the sole Judges of the value of any property, right or thing acquired In exchange for capital stock. No shares of capital stock shall be Issued until fully paid for and thereafter shall be non-assessable. ARTICLE V. The commencement of the corpora tion shall be the day these articles are filed in accordance with law, and the termination thereof shall be twenty-five years thereafter, with privilege of re newal as provided by statute. AKTIULi; VI The affatisof the nnrnoratlnn shall be Conducted by a board of directors the further sum of $1,373 96, as princl and such officers ns the said directors I pal and interest, and the sum of $137.40, may elect or appoint The number of I as attorney's fees, together with inter dlrectors shall be designated by the est upon each of said amounts from the stockholders and shall be elected at their I said 10th dai of September, A. D. 1918, annual meeting to be held on the third land which said Judgment and decree was Wednesday in July of each year. I duly docketed in the office of the Clerk . ,,, ARTICLE VII. 1 of the above entitled Court, on the said The directors shnll hnvn nnnA, .in,i. .1... r cniomKor a n inis. nnd adopt, amend and rescind by-laws, to 111! vacancies occurrlnir In (Via napii from any cause, and to appoint from their own number an executive commit tee and vest said committee with all the articles ARTICLE VIII. The highest amount of indebteclress I or liability to which the corporitlou is ai uiiv nme 10 suDject ltseir is six hun dred fifty thousand ($650,000) dollars ARTICLE IX The private property of" the stock holders of the corporation shall be for ever exempt from its debts or obliga tions. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. We have hereunto set our hands and seals this 14 th day of August, 1919. (L. S.) Names Residences. Chas P. Blanton. Oatman Ariz. J. S Withers, Kingman, Arizona 1 1- ,w. Lynch, Kingman, Arizona. ACKNOWLEDGMENT Clerk Sunerior Cnnrr. of the STATE OF ARIZONA. County of Mohave ss. Before me J. T. Morgan Clerk of the Superior Court, ln and for the County ?rieJar?' i'rlA?.Jr,er?on,IX, nPPeared CHAS P BLANTON. J. S WITHERS. and C. W. LYNCH, known to me to be ine persons wnose names are subscrib-, ed to the foreirolnir Instrument onH on. llrnnorlorlo - ..! I,S flT... .v-V...""" " y -...b.... ....,. v.iCJr wmcu me same r ue Purpose and consideration there- ' ' -r. -..-"- lit. 5i, M " my. ,S,'nnn seal tm-"i "i of Ausust'T119,rA Zi'f ,1 o , T',JIOPGAN,.J Clerk of the Superior Court of said Mohave County. Filed in the office of the Arizona Cor- poration Comm.ss Ion this 15 dav of tAo-fDCHAS9 R IlANTOnI wVoe" postofflce address Is Oatman. Ari? ARIZONA CORPORATION rnxfxfia. SION - n wV.....w- By AMOS A. BETTS, Chairman, Filed and Recorded at Request of Chas. P. Blanton, August 18th A. D. 1919, at 9 o'clock A. M. ln Book 5 of Incorporations, Pages 372-373-374, Rec ords of Mohave County, Arizona. (Seal) I. R. BARTHOLOMEW, County Recorder. By MARY CARROW, , , . Deputy Recorder. First Insertion Sept. IS. Last Insertion Oct. 18. C. B. JOHNSON WatcMer a n d JEWELER KINGMAN, ARIZONA lit; STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING , Notice to Stockholders of WESTERN ARIZONA RAILWAY COMPANYh tVio ,i ,,,:. u. tt..i. ine annual meeting of the Stock- OBDEB TO SHOW CAUSE WHY OB DEB OP SAKE OP BEAK ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE In the Superior Court of Mohave Coun ty, State of Arizona. In the Matter of the Estate of LOUIS GRAVESTEAD, Deceased It Appearing to this Court, by the pe tition this day presented and filed by George B. Ayers, Administrator of the estate or Louis uravestead deceased. thnt If to nn.ACcri-v tr ell !., ...tmln n I anmo nnrHnn nt tvi m.1 ., e 0,1.1 I decedent to pay the debts of decedent j and the expenses and charges of admln- Meo. lrnvn n i in t j.j i Book NN. Page 153, mining records of Mohae County, Arizona, it is Therefore Ordered by this Court: , That all persons interested in the estates of said deceased appear before the said j Superior Court on Monday, the 3rd day of November, 1919, at the hour of 2 I o'clock P. M . of said day. at the court ' 100m of said Court, at the Court House In the city of Kingman, County of Mo hae, State of Arizona, to show cause why an order should not be granted to said George U. Ayers, to sell so much of the said real estate as shall be neces sary and that a copy of this order be published four successive weeks In the printed and published in the said Coun ty of Mohae. Dated October 3. 1919 E ELMO BOLLINGER, Judge of the Superior Court First inseition Oct. 4. Last insertion Nov. 1. . NOTICE TO CBEDITOBS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF MO- HAVE COUNTY, STATE OF ARI- ZONA. I Piobate No 171. ' i the Matter of the Estate of m. L HOFFMAN, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given, by the under signed, Administrator of the Estate of M L Hoffman, deceased, to the credi tors of and nil neisons lnxinir claims uhiinn 1.10 against the snld deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary oucherR,. I nation of this notice, to the ald C. I within lour months aftei the iiit puo- , Hoffman. Chloiide Arizona. j Datc,, thN 7th di of October. 1919. a corporation, Plaintiff. Plaintiff. vs ANSON SMITH and AGNES SMITH, Defendants. Notice is hereby given, that under and by virtue of a judgment and decree of foreclosure rendeied by the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Moliaxe, on the lOUi day of September, A. D. 1918, ln the above entitled action, wherein the aboe named plaintiff was granted a Judgment and decree against the above named de fendants, Anson Smith and Agnes Smith, for the several sums of, to-wlt: The sum of $11,341.14, as principal and In terest, and the sum of SI. 134. 11, as at torney's fees, together with interest up on each ot said sums fioin the said 10th day of September, A. D. 191S, at the irn( nf tpn npr pent, tier annum, and ' under and by v irtue of' an order of sale issued out of said Court on the 7th day of October. A D. 1919. Ill said action. I am commanded to sell at public auction, in the manner piescribed by law,, all the following described personal prop erty, to-wlt: 1 Eclipse folding machine and motor; 1 Cottrell S-column newspaper press; 2-rcvolutions with motor; 1 2-reolution high-speed job and new spaper press with motoi , 1-32-inch Challenger power paper cutter, with motoi ; 1 32-inch perfoiator; 1 Monarch stapling machine; 1 Half-medium Colt's Armory Jobber, with motor; 1 9x12 Gordon Jobber, with motor; 1 Model "B ' Intertype No 962, com plete with motor and equipment; 1 Model "A" Intertype No. 781, com plete with motor and tnuipment; 1 Cary safe; 4 Tjpewrlters, Yot, Underwood, Monarch, Remington, and all ma tei His, t pe, cabinets, stoves, tab les, de-ks, tixtures and furniture contained in brick and plaster building on Lot lo, Block 4, Kins man Tomisiie, Xlohue Countj. also all that certain ital property, more i..ii-tl,.nl.i,K ,1111,..! , fniinw. .- Aiizona; wit: Lot Sixteen (16), in Block Four (4), i-i., tv... .'!. ... .,. .-.". 11 VJ ""B"'"" "!, Ill lllc l-uumy Ul iuonav e, state 01 Arizona: together with the tenements-and appur- lenances ineieunio iieinnirinirr THEREFORE, ln pursuance of and obedience to said Judgment and decree and order of sale and In conformity with this notice, I will, on the 3rd day of November, A. D 1919, at the hour of I Lor 'oft he ma!n ,1S ' fS the" Com 1 House in the"?ow n of Kingmanunty above" dUcribproPeny'" thehi lest Lder for S hufS mnnilBS; f,.i ivr.ltV J.r. .I' .lawr"1 money of me uuneu amies 01 Ampr r.i Further notice Is hereby given that the said personal propertj, owing to lta bulk, will not be present at said sale. 1 but may be viewed at its present loca tion, 10-wii, at tne ottlce or the Mo have Countj .Miner, a newspaper pub lished in the said town of Kingman. Dated this 7th day of October, A. D. W. P. MAHONEY, Sheriff of Mohave-County, Arizona. By JAS. CURTIN, First Publication Oct. 11. DtVUtT. Last Publication Nov. 1. I