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SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1920.
THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUR MINERAL WEALTH, PAGE THREE 3$$$$3SSsbs3$$3SS&S3$3gg ,VryVV,,VyVf,' TTOW WIRELESS 'PHONES " V HAVE AIDEP IN RE DUCING LOSSES BY FIRE The wireless telephone, as n ft result of a season's tryout, dur ing which the handicaps of "packing" Instruments over a thirty-mile mountainous trail, the 8 perils of passing through n for- est fire, and numerous other tests were appueu, nas Deen pro- nounced a success for forest jjj service work by officials of the ) Catwlrto nAnnorllnn tn (in nn. ' . ' ( p ov .t;. u..uiuiu iu tin i ; nouncement from district head quarters at Missoula, Mont. Hereafter, the announcement : says, wireless telephone lnstru- manta ot. ti ho a nn,t nf tflA ; standard equipment of the for est service. At the direction of Chief For ester William S. Graves, tests of this plan of communication were initiated In this district last sea- son bv R. A. Adams, telephone - W iniHnppr. whn war nsslsted bv Everett Cutting. United States slenal corns standard sets were ': : : selected for the experiment, and 2 Mode Demands Separate Skirts i -4 y 7 ' i AnA ntn nlnnn1 In vwt 1 1 1 SI rt oftor viic naa ia.vu in jjuohivu, u.w ;( almost lnterminame aimcuiues, ; at the Mud Creek ranger station, : near the Lolo hot springs, Mon- tana and another at Beaver ; ; Ridge, Idaho. While the air-line distance De tween the two stations Is but 12 miles, the distance by trail Is 30 miles, much of It almost Im passable even with pack ani mals. At last, however, after mfoViarta thnt InMllriarl rtnpl? V horses off the trail, packs dls- ; placed and rolling down moun tainsides, ana Datteries anu equipment all but lost, the an tennae were hung high on con venient pines. "The sets were used during the Are season of 1910 In reporting fires nnd otherwise In the carry ing on of the fire campaign with eminently satisfactory results," says the forest service state ment, a &$&$$$$$&$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$&$$$ tH ? 'ww.. r JPLjiJiHlxxK No Unnecessary Detail Marcella Don't you think my dress is artistic? Waverly Especially so in one prin ciple of art. "What's that?" "The elimination of nonessentials." Youngstown Telegram. SHERirF'S SALE. Notice of Sale of Seal Estate Under Execution. No. 1S17. How Wild Things Are Lured. Fish and frogs are equally curious to examine the many bright lures that the fishermen know will attract their attention. In frog hunting all that Is necessary Is a gig composed of sev eral hooks grouped together and cov ered with a small bit of red flannel. When the frog sees this bit of bright red It leaps for It and often hooks Itself at the first attempt. Trout, muskellunge and other game fish will often leap clear of the water to grab an especially brilliant lure. It may be said that every kind of bird Is brimming over with curiosity as hunters of every land have trapped them by Inducing them to approach and Investigate unfamiliar objects. Crows and parrots possess this curios ity In extreme degree, and if any thing Is held near their cages they are quick to come over and examine it from every angle. EVERY day sees the sport skirt ana the hygienic blouse growing in Im portance, and It looks now as though they are to crowd the tailored suit for wear upon some occasions where, here tofore, the latter has reigned supreme. For instance, sport skirts, hygienic blouses and summer sweater coats or sweaters appear often on railway trains, when their wearers are making short trips. They are practical for cleah trips that is, where oil Instead of coal is used in the engines, and there are no cinders or emoke. They are sponsored by people who dress well and we may look for them to per sist in the use, for frequenters, of the California and southern resorts have established a precedent Among the new arrivals in these separate skirts there are some Inter esting black and white models In fou lard or similar silks and a few striped taffetas have entered the contest for favor, the latter In colors nnd white as well as black and white. All these skirts, with dainty lingerie blouses, look well. The light, open-knit sweater, In black yarn, trimmed with white, fol lows naturally and Is very smart, but the gayer colors look well also with these black and white skirts and whit blouses. In wool there nre such good speci mens as are pictured above. There is not much to say about the details ot these skirts, for they are nearly all simply made this season. This one Is straight with flat box-plaits over the hips and Inverted plaits at the back to dispose of the fullness. The set-in pockets reveal a very clever Ingenuity. They appear to be straps with rounded ends turned back and fastened with small black and white buttons. Twp very large buttons of the same kind fasten the wide belt. J kaAas V(rffcf 12. C. Moore and Tarr, McComb & Ware Commercial Company, a corporation, Plaintiffs. VS. Lucky. Boy alining and Milling Com pany, a corporation, Oatman lioy Min ing Company, a coiporailon, It. A. Watson, Central CommcrcUl Com pany, a corporation, F. B Farrow and C. H. Sampson, Defendints. By virtue of an execution issued out of the Superior Court of the County of Mohave, State of Arizona, wherein the parties as first above named are the plaintiffs, and the parties as above last named are the defendants upon a Judg ment rendered the 10th day of May, A. D. 1920. for the sum of One thousand. four houndred sixty-two and 86-100 Dol lars, United States gold coin, besides cost and Interest, I have this day levied upon all the right, title, claim and inter est of sal.l defendant, Oatman Uo.v ?" i mg Company and of defendant, Lucky Boy Miring and Milling Cjmjiiw, of, in and to i.-o following des.rlbcd reil estate, to-w't: Those certain lode mining claims, lt uate in the San Francisco Mining Dis trict, Mohave County, Arizona, and of record in the office of the Recorder of said County, as follows: Lucky Boy Lode, Recorded In Book TI, page 245; Friday, Recorded In Book II, page 208-209; Hawkshaw, Recorded In Book II, page 501-502: Hawkshaw No. 1, 11, pages 502-503; Hawkshaw No. 2, II, page 503; Hawkshaw No. 3, II, pages 503-504; Hawkshaw No. 4, II, pages 504-505; Hawkshaw No. 5, II, pag 505; Hawkshaw No. 6, TT nnees 505-506: Lucky Boy Annex, Recorded In Book II, rage 612; Sidewinder, Recorded in" Bom II, rnge 696; Scorpion, Recorded in Book II, iage 695; Spicer Fraction, Recorded in Book II, page 613; Hyy Capital & Surplus Established Assets Over fJ5i --J&. $400,000.00 1887 83,000,000.00 jHI 5J?M "is?. --1 Recorded In Book Recorded in Book Recorded In Book Recorded in Book Recoidod :n Hook Recorded in Book IS The Typical American M E -J m instant favors any procedure which saves Time. For time means money, and money spells op portunity. That is why thej jbanking-by-mail facilities of this bank are daily being more extensively used and appreciated by progres sive citizens. Call or write and let us tell you how this system "brings our bank to your door". 31 THE, rfVmZONACENTRALBANK FLAGSTAFF, KINQMAN.OATMAN ANDCHLORIDE.ARIZONA. '51 R Hawkshaw Fraction J No. 2, Recorded in Book II, 506-507; Hawkshaw Fraction No. 3, Recorded in Book II, page 507; Hawkshaw Fraction No. 4, Recorded in Book II. page 508, together with all buildings, impiove ments, equipments, and I'lichtnery thereon and therein. Public notice is hereby given, that 1 will, on Monday, the 14th day of June. A. D. 1920, at 10 o'clock P. M. of said day, In front of the Court House door of the County of Mohave, sell at public auction, for United States gold coin. all the right, title, claim and interest of said defendant, Lucky Boy Mining & Milling Company and of Oatman Boy Mining Company of, In and to the abdve described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise sufficient money to satisfy said Judgment, with Interest and costs, etc., to the highest and best bidder. Dated May 21, 1920. W. P. MAHONBT, Sheriff. By JAS. CURTIN, Deputy Sheriff. 1st Insertion May 22. Last Insertion June 12. Why Moses Forbade Pork. Presumably the reason Moses had for forbidding pork to the Israelites was that the eating of pig-meat was proved accountable foil the disease now called "trichinosis." That dreadful malady Is rare now- adays because we cook our pork thor oughly, and any "trichinae" that it may contain are killed by the heat. Not until recently, however, has It come to be known that trichinosis Is really a disease of the rat Pig-sties are usually haunted by those four footed vermin, which the pigs often kill and eat, thereby becoming Infect ed. The pig, however, serves merely as an "intermediate host" for the para site, which, when taken alive Into the human body, proceeds to multiply at a fabulous rate, the tiny wormlike or ganisms invading the tissues with ser ft lous and ofttlmes fatal results. , L ANG'S T HEATRE Program for Week Ending May 2&th SATURDAY, MAY 22. WALLACE REID t How Lawns Were Named. Years ago the Dutch excelled all other peoples In the bleached linens they sent forth. That was In a time, of course, when bleached linen was considered a luxury. The Dutch gained their fame for this excellence because they had a wonderful system of treating the muslin to make It white. To begin with, they treated it to bleaches and acids of various sorts; and then they placed It on bleaching lawns, or greens, where It lay at in tervals from March to September. The white material thus produced took the name of lawns whereon it was bleached at least so goes the story. in "HAWTHORNE U. S. A" Also Mutt & Jeff ford Weekly REGULAR PRICES 17 ft. 33c and Henry Ford. A smashing picture sizzling with punch, laughs and adventure, with Wallace Reid, Lila Lee, Theodore Roberts 'and other good ones. He broke the bank at Monte Carlo, then donated "gas" for a revolution. But when he got the dern thing started, he lost his heart to a princess, exploded his plot, and it blew him sky high! The stage play ran for ages on Broadway and scored the biggest hit in stage history. Also Mutt & Jeff SUNDAY, MAY 23 BILLIE BURKE in '.Wanted a Husband" also Two Part Larry Semon Comedy V "DULL CARE-' REGULAR PRICES 17 ft 33o She Invented an engagement and set her wedding date. All she needed was a man. Then traveling with friends on a train one day, she flung her arms 'round' the neck of a perfect stranger, kissed him and called him hers! Af ter that you'll keep laughing for just about an hour. A very funny farce comedy, which you will enjoy. AIho w hilarious two reel Larry Semon co'nedv which will take the roof off. MONDAY, MAY 24. SPECIAL iiWM. S. HART . "JOHN PETTICOATS" also FATTY ARBUCKLE 'THIS BACK STAGE" Wm. S. Hart in an entirely new role, none of the usual Western stuff, but in stead a modiste in charge ofja Petti coat parlor, why he even wears a dress suit and dances and everything. A play bubbling over with rich comedy. It will go on record as one of his best. And we will also have Fatty Arbuckle for the first time in months in a two part roar ing slapstick comedy that will tickle you only as Fatty 'can do. Altogether . tsyyfcss3ssssssssssstsssssMssEsssr?l 1 1 1 Sa I ess BShBKSwS IH ssWsssssssssssssssssWm? 3 I I X mm SHDHMfAfrk HI 1 !H isssssssBllBlillMiffl T IS i I nn siEssssssQRryjW a mi ' L .SBSSSBSSSSSSSMi'tfHWnan'zS M I r 1 ssssssWBsVrzr It ; ' rtl I PbsssMbsHSvvSSjIm Jl sa ' i I jm j fpSffiMal YmSmm mlSSiji'? HI ! I PRICES 28 ft 55o this will be an exceptional program. TUESDAY, MAY 25 ENID BENNETT In 'The Woman in Suitcase" How Chemist Has Put Coal to Work. The chemist has endowed coal with a multiple lndlspensablllty to civili zation. In addition to its utilization ' in its primal state as the cheapest available source of heat upon which all Industry and human comfort de pend, it is the raw material of the coal-tar chemical Industry which ranges In Its growing amplitude from the by-product coke oven and the pro duction of industrial fuel and illumi nating gas, ammonia and fertilizer, to the manufacture of dyes, pharm aceuticals, photographic chemicals, motor fuels and industrial solvents. How Canada Honors Heroes. ' The names of the 60,000 Canadians killed In the world war will be In scribed on the walls of a church which will be erected In Notre Dame de Grace, a suburb of Montreal. The church will be used by the combined congregations of the Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd and Trinity church. Also Brlggs Comedy REGULAR PRICES 17 ft 33o brings happiness to all. comedy. Enid Bennett In a very entertaining mystery, adventure and romance. A story of a girl who found a strange woman's photograph in her father's suitcase when he returns from what Is supposed to be a business trip, but which had for its object an affair with a woman named Dollie. Knowing her mother's heart Is being broken by tne neglect of father, Enid Bennett plays her own little game nnd traps him and Also a unsss WEDNESDAY, MAY 26. BRYANT WASHBURN "TOO MUCH JOHNSON" also Harry Pollard Comedy REGULAR PRICES. He sold his troublesome mother-in-law for $5000, but before the deal was fin ished you'll say he earned the money. He sneaked away for a lark, and said his name was Johnson, then wife and the real Johnson entered! A scandal ous tale of an erring spouse, who put the "try" in triangle. But too much mother-in-law spoiled his fun and his plans petered out. A picture which is a roar of laughter and rocks with fun. Also a slapstick comedy. THURSDAY, iWAY 27. DOUGLAS McLEAN & DORIS MAY "MARY'S ANKLE" also Prima Wonder Picture REGULAR PRICES 17 ft 330 Mary had a little ankle, injured it one day, now the young "Doc" who repaired it Just can't stay away! Fact was. Doctor needed cash, but could get it from uncle only when he married a wife, so "Doc" asked Marv "lets pre tend" and Mary said "O. K.", but when Uncle took them at their word and hus tled tlfem Into bridal suite on a ship heading south. The rest n hurricane of fun! A picture made of laughs and trimmed with chuckles. Also a natural color picture. Driving Ease in a MAXWELL is Due to Special Steels PRIDAY, MAY 28 . ETHEL CLAYTON in "The 13th Commandment" Also TWTXNSABZiB HAND' BSatJXiAB PRICES 17 It 330 What is the 13th Commandment? Did you ever break it? Do you know it is unlucky to break it, because it is 13.' "What is fair for the man i& fair lor the woman", she said and marrl.i;e to her was a matter of 50-50. Do you think a. wife should tame.y accept a salary from her husband for being faith ful nnd pretty? Married or single you should see this picture and Una cut about the 13th commanc'md.it. aIlo an othti episode of the t.irr'tn eri6l. wlf.cn .teeps you guessing mi iu mui.-. Many who drive a Maxwell prefer it to a larger car. They like its nimbleness, its quickness in getting un der way, its peculiar ability to' thread its way through traffic, its rare driving ease. One can drive it farther in a day with less fatigue than many cars much larger. The reason is clear: its engine pulls no superfluous weight. Not a single unnecessary pound burdens it. Special steels in a Maxwell eliminate the useless weight steels made to Maxwell's own formulae, which equa pound for pound those in any car built. They have extra strength forged into them, and they provide lightness. This is one reason why Maxwell has won public favor the world over as in dicated by nearly 400,000 now in use. How marked the tendency today is re corded by a production of 100,000 for 1920. OATMAN AUTO SUPPLY j - , ; - Oatman, Arizona g-S - "' 1 tuiA. MK..- 1 szj3iJ? - TOasH&asss