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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 191 1
I City News I
s .111 unci
days to look after their interests. Mr.
Caldwell has been a frequent visitor
to the country in recent years.
Fans Lining Up
as, which are to be parcelled out to
other rangemen in this section. Mr.
Stephens retains a majority of the
animal and they will be turned loose
The first baseball game of the!on tne ranRe immediately after their
season was announced yesterday, two
teams from the Prescott High School
(From Thursday's Dally.)
To Visit Old Home.
Mrs. J. F. Taylor left yesterday
morning for San Saba, Texas, to visit
relatives for a month.
Mrs. L. Rinshed, of Jerome, who
and the Alumni competing for the
iionor of starting the ball rolling next
Saturday at the part grounds in
east Prescott. There will be no ad
mission fee charged and the public
J. H. Stephens is in the city from
the Tank Creek country, where he
has large cattle interests and a big
liao Iiapii tlii mipt for a few davs of
Mrs. J. W. Lund, returned home' yes-1 st,raRe dam for catering cattle dur-
C. E. Hamm, one of the leading
cattlemen of the Verde valley, is in
the city on business and will return
W. Wilkins, merchant of Dewey,
was in the eity yesterday and re
ports business conditions improving
in that section during the past few
C. E. Frice, merchant of Mayer,
was an arrival in the city yesterday
cn business, and' gives a good report
of that section in mining and other
Betums to Camp.
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Mackin return
ed to their camp at the Eleanor
placed mining camp yesterday after
a few days' visit on business and
Railroad Official Visits.
Neil Bailey, superintendent of the
"United Verde and Pacific railway,
was in the city yesterday on a brief
business trip, and returned last night
leaves for Coast.
Mrs. "Jack" Jones, wife of the
popular mechanic of the S. F., .P. &
P., left yesterday for Los Angeles,
where she will visit with friends for
a few weeks.
Miss Harriet C. Woodard, accom
panied by her mother, Mrs. A. L.
Woodard, arrived from Iron King
yesterday, after completing a very
successful term of the public school.
Both will make their home in the
From Firing Line.
Two Mexicans passed through the
city yesterday after participating
with the insurrectos in Sonora, for
several weeks. Both escaped without
being wounded, and are en route to
Holbrook to resume their vocations
as sheep herders. They prefer this
work, they say, to ronnding up the
federal soldiers with little pay and
less to eat.
Leaves for Barstow.
EA. Shelton, until recently with
the S. F., P. & P. at Jerome Junction,
as assistant agent, will leave today
for Barstow, Oal., where he antici
M. D. Langley, one of the oldest
residents of the Kirk and Valley
section, was in the city yesterday on
"business, and reports considerable
mining activity going on in the foot
hills adjacent to his nome.
"Returns to Camp.
George Ford, who has mining in
terests near the Ray eamp in Pinal
topnty, arrived yesterday after sev
eral months of an absence, and will
leave today for Mineral Point district
to resume operations on his proper
ties. "Rural Visitor.
F. R. Stees, engaged in farming in
the Jerome Junction section, was as
arrival in the city yesterday on busi
ness, and reports the dry method of
tilling the soil under way at manyj
George L. Human, blacksmith and
lumber merchant of Dewey, was an
arrival in the city yesterday, and
reports a general revival in all in
dustries in that section in the last
few months. He anticipates a lively
Up to Date Official.
E. W. Marlowe, forest ranger of
the Camp "Wood district, arrived in
the city yesterday on his motorcycle.
He patrols the range with that equip
ment, and is the first official in the
service to introduce this method of
getting around the zone he has
Death of Child.
Xora, the eight weeks old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Swain, passed
away yestefday after a short illness
and will be buried this afternoon
from the home of the parents on
Xorth Granite street. Interment will
be in the Citizens' Cemetery, under
the direction of Lester Ruffner. The
bereaved parent's have the sympathy
of many friends in their sad loss
Arthur W. Whittaker, road fore
man of the Jerome district, after a
business visit of several days, re
turned home yesterday. He is an en
thusiastic promoter of wagon road
building between Prescott and Jerome
and while here had many enthusias
tic supporters of the movement to
support him in advocating the build
ing of the route at the earliest pos
Inspected Mining Interests.
H. William Stevens, general man
ager of the White Cloud Mine,s com
pany, after several days of an ex
amination of the property, has re
turned to the city, and gives an ex
cellent account of development under
way. At the present time operations
are centered on the 400-foot level,
where the showing continues good.
The contract system has been aban
doned, and hereafter the company
will perform all development Ho is
well satisfied with general conditions
at his camp.
The many friends in the eity of
Miss Reba Shumate who has been in
Los Anceles for several weeks, seri-
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that she is rapidly recovering, and
will return home in a few weeks. Her
ing the dry months of the summer.
He is preparing to take over the Smith
eattle purchased a few weeks ago,
and states that the delivery will be
gin in a short time.
G. M. D. Akard, after an extended
absence in California, visiting with
his brothers, 'T. and John Akard at
Azusa, returned yesterday and will
make his home in this city. He will
follow cattle raising. He states that
his two brothers are now actively
identified with orange growing in
that state, and will not return to
this country, acquiring a large domain
of land with bearing trees.
Former Resident Returns.
Mrs. Mary Kuechler, who was a
resident of Prescott several years
ago, is again in the city, arriving
from San Francisco. Her husband,
Frank Kuechler, passed away at Cape
Nome, about nine years ago, and left
considerable property in this county,
in connection with the probating of
which, is the occasion of her present
visit. She will return to the coast
Leaves for Bast.
Frank Woodland, who bas been in
the Congress section during the win
ter for the benefit of his health,
passed through yesterday for Xenia,
Ohio, receiving thai sad news that his
brother, Elmer, had passer away
from tuberculosis. After his return
he will reside in this city, spending
last summer with beneficial results to
his health in the pines along the
Copper Basin road.
Prominent Visitors. j
Mrs. E. G. Stevenson and daughter
of Detroit, were arrivals in the city
yesterday, while en route from the
coast to their home, and will remain
for a few days tho guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Hope. Mr. Stevenson
is one of the leading attorneys of
Michigan, and in addition to that
iliutinrfinn ic till lipnrl fif tho Vnr-
esters of ', World, a fraternal orJ mother' Mrs- Ed- Shumate, who has
, : -r o( .i been in' attendance on her, arrived
places, with favorable, indications of
raising big crops this summer.
On. Legal Business.
Mrs. M. A. Thomas, wife of a
former foreman of the United Verdo
mine, accompanied by her brother-in-law,
M. E. Thomas, was in the city
yesterday on matters affecting the
estate of her deceased husband, and
both will return home to .Teromo to
Gets the Furniture.
Harry Harter was yesterday award
ed the furniture given by Tribby's
Shoe Store to the customer with a
record of having bought the greatest
quantity of merchandise daring the
past sixteen weeks. Mr. Harter had
cards showing $188.75 by himself and
Looked at Interests.
P. B. Dreiser, night clerk in the
Hotel St. Michael, has returned to his
duties after examining his mining
interests near Wenden on the A. & C.
railroad. He reports that field active
at several places with the report in
circulation that several camps are
S. Caldwell, of Columbus, Ohio, and
John H. Blecker, of Chillicothe, Ohio,
both stockholders in the Ohio Mines
company, of Chaparral, arrived yes
terday, and will remain for severs)
daughter are making a circuit of the
globe, and after a brief stop at De
troit, will leave for a tour of Eu
Tope this summer.
(From Friday's Daily.)
Looking at Mines.
M. G. CurinVff left yesterday for
southern Arizona, to look the mining
field over for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Peeharich of Je
rome are in the city and will remain
for a few days visiting with friends,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lloyd, residents
of Mayer, wctc arrivals yesterday
and will remain for a few days visit
ing with friends.
Grant Eads, a resident of Dewey,
was in the eity yesterday circulating
among his many friends and transact
City Lots Sold.
T. W. Otis has sold to George
Crose lots 9 and 11 in block 8 of the
Otis addition for the sum of $400,
the deed being filed for record ye
John Curran, interested with T. G.
Xorris in the Zulu group of mines,
near Walker, is in the city on busi
ness, and reports that field as pass
ing through a very active career.
Returns From Visit.
Mrs. T. H. McCarthy, of McCabe,
who has been visiting at Mojave,
Cal., for several weeks, returned yes
terday, accompanied by ner daughter,
Mrs. S. B. MeAuley, and will leave
today for home.
Leave for Jessie. .
S. Caldwell and J. H. Becker, stock
holders of the Ohio Mines company,
who arrived a few days ago from the
east, left yesterday for the Jessie
mines to remain for a few days to
Mrs. Paul C. Koefe, who has been
a guest at Hotel St. Michael for sev
eral days, left yesterday for the
Crosby mines on the Santa Maria, to
join her husband, where he is in
charge of the assaying and metal
lurgical department. Mrs. Keefc s
departure is regretted by many
Introduces New Blood.
J. II. Stephens left yesterday for
Phoenix, where he will receive a
shipment of fifty head of graded
white-faced Hereford bulls from Tex-
yesterday, bringing this information
Wanted Cheap Board.
Mike O'Neill, who is accused of
leaving a board bill unpaid at Hum
boldt, and got as far as Jerome .Tun
ction, was caught at that place Wed
nesday afternoon by Deputy Sheriff
Campbell, and taken back to tho
starting point. Judge Francis looked
into the case and O'Neill was brought
to this city yesterday for thirty days
to continue his course of having
ineals served without pavinc for
Returns from South.
J. P. Dillon, identified with the
Fortune Mining eompany, whose val
uable interests are located on Big
Bug ereek, returned yesterday from
Louisiana, accompanied by several
stockholders, and with the party will
leave today for the works to make
an examination. Operations have
been inaugurated on a small scale,
but later tho intention is to start
large exploration with a full force
Will Probably Resume.
After personal investigation of sev
eral days at the works of the Ameri
can Copper and Gold Mining com
pany, more familiarly known as the
Iron King mines, R. J. Bell, of New
York city, vice president, returned
to the eity yesterday and left in the
afternoon for the east. He inspected
the property with the view of mak
ing arrangements for resumption at
an early date, and is said to have
been impressed with the possibilities
of the property. He was accompanied
to the city "by S. R. Trengrove, sup
erintendent, who will return to the
Returns to Arizona
After an -absence of Bver five years,
Arthur Cordiner, formy a popular
business man of this city and Jerome,
has returned from Ely, Nevada, and
passed through the city to take
charge of the Fashion at Jerome. He
assumes charge immediately of this
papular resort and will remain per
manently. In a few weeks he will
be joined by his wife and family.
Jerome Hoover, his business partner,
at present is residing in Lou Angeles,
and will not return to Arizona. Mr.
Cordiner gives a gloomy outlook of
Nevada, which he states is passing
through a period of inactivity in
mining, with business conditions de
pressing everywhere. He received a
cordial greeting at the depot from
(From Saturday's Daily)
Phoenix Divine to Preach.
Rev. Bertrand R. Cocks of Phoenix
will preach in St. Luke's church to
morrow. Returns From South.
John Pool returned yesterday from
the Ray camp in Pinal county, and
will reside here during the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heap left yes
terday for erome, the former an busi
ness and the latter to visit with
friends for a few days.
Goes to Mohave.
T. G. Xorris left yesterday morning
for Kingman , where he is called on j
litigation before the district court
that convenes next week.
Leave the city.
Mrs. J. E. Schmidt and sons, Sam
uel and Louis, left yesterday for
Hannibal, Missouri, their former
home, where they will reside.
Returns to Camp.
Lester Jackson, operating the War
Eagle-Gladiator mines in the Brad-
shaws, will return to 'his camp to
day, after a week in the city on
Visits Old Home.
Mrs. Mary Kuechler left yesterday
for Jerome, her old home, where she
will visit with friends for a few
days, before returning to San Fran
cisco, where she is residing.
Fulfilled Sid Duty.
C. T. Joslin, who was called to Los
Angeles a few weeks ago to attend
the funeral of his mother, returned
yesterday and has resumed his duties
with the Arizona Mine Supply com
pany as its president.
Major Doran Returns.
Major A. J. Doran, superintendent
of the Pioneers Home, after an ex
tended recuperating trip along the
coast of Southern California, returned
yesterday and has again assumed
charge of the institution.
Game Called OS.
The baseball game to be played to
day between the High School and
Alumni nines, has been abandoned,
on account of lack of practice. The
grounds are being fixed for the league
season, and a date will be announced
later for the amateurs to entertain
Visited Capital City.
L. P. Vallett, the genial host of
Hotel Congress, has returned from a
business trip to Phoenix, and states
that discussion over the constitution
has given way to that of prohibition.
In harmony with the approaching
warm weather, the new issue almost
borders on a white heat.
C. T. Willis and family are due to
arrive in the city today from Phoe
nix, and will proceed to Fair Oaks,
where the former has purchased an
interest in the Maus & Stewart or
chard lands. Mr. Willis was formerly
a resident of Prescott, and will have
supervision of that famous orchard.
Pleased at Showing.
H. J. Corman, with the Golden
Gate mine of H. L. Sweeney in the
Black Hills, arrived yesterday and
gives a good account of work ac
complished on that property during
the past few weeks. He has formed
RulTner states that beginning the
latter part of next week the annual
spring rodeo will be started in that
section. He also conveys the in
formation" that the last of the three
water storage dams for his range in
terests have been completed and all
three are filled with water, which
guarantees his cattle a wide range of
country to feed during the dry
The Homeseekers' committee of the
Chamber of Commerce were taken
to Iron Springs yesterday in R. M.
Ling's and J. C. Stephens' autos to
make an examination of the character
of buildings used at that Tesort, and
to ascertain other data necessarv
for carrying out a line of action this
summer for the Prescott enterprise
that ias been decided upon to enter
tain and care for tourists. In the
committee were Dr. J. W. Flinn, H,
D. Aitken, C. E. Gentry, C. A. Peter,
Jr., and J. L. Arehambeau. O. F
Orthel and E. Brown, architects,
accompanied the party.
(From Saturday's Dailv)
In a continuance of the case of
Lester Jackson against the H. J.
Beeracr company, heard in the dis
tnet court yesterday, plaintiff was
given judgment in the sum of. $3,800.
Tie evidence showed that Mr. Jack
son asked of plaintiff either a. one
tenth interest in the Storm Cloud
group of mines, or a commission of
ten per eent in the sale that was
made to defendant, on the basis of
$33,000 that was paid. The non-payment
of either resulted and the liti
gation ensued. Mr. Beemer since
legal proceedings were started, is
alleged to have gone insane and is
now an inmate of an institution in
Canada. Mr. Jackson was the min.-
ing engineer of the defendant and
negotiated the sale.
Instruments Filed as Reported by Too
Prescott Title Co.
QUAIL WILL BE PLENTIFUL
(From Saturday's Daily.)
Russ Warner, representative of the
Remington company, when in the city
a few days ago, made an interesting
M. A. McKay locates Hard Scrabble-
mine, Tiger district.
C. E. Hazelton locates 2 mines,.
Castle Creek district.
Jt. H. Roberts and Sei&rd
locato Silver Reef mine, CMtlti
Lee Dougherty aDd Elonzo Hill lov
eate Power mine, Agua Fria districts.
Joe Cook, et al, locate 2 mines..
Big Bng district.
J. F. Taylor locates Lark mine, Big;
Chas. Zeiger, et al. locate Mountain,
Top placer, Weaver district.
Ideal Mining and Development Co-
files affidavit of assessment work ons
J. Albert Sparks to C. D. Boyce-
Bill of sale. French Electric Dry
Cleaning Works at 127 S. Cortez St-.
Wm. Evans to Chas. Isaacson. UL.
deed. One-fourth interest in Little.
Annie, Bullion Producer, Golden.
Treasure, Homestake, North Star and?
Copper Bottom mines, Blue Tank.
Wm. A. Evans to W. M. Kent. MX
deed. One-fourth interest in same
John McKinnon files affidavit off
assessment work on 9 mines, Hassay-
Pick and Drill Mining Co. file
i affidavit of assessment work on 20
mines. Agua Fria district.
National Casualty Co. appoints C H
Rutherford as Statutory Agent.
J. T. Doudy and M. P. Carmichaet
locate Monday mine, Weaver district.
Henry D. Stuthman to Amalie
Stuthman. Q. C. deed. Lot 19, blk.
21 and Lot '31, blk. 13, Prescott.
Henry D. Stuthman to Amalie
Stuthman. Bill of sale. Household
furniture, saloon furniture and fix
tures on above lots.
C. W. Kent and Fritz Vierthaler
tr B ocate 3 ra5nes Walker a;strict.
pt'ets for the coming season. Quail i ,,, ' . , ., , ,
' . . , , . 4. .? . J. W. Dougherty and wife to J. J.
and other birds know instinctively ' , ,
, , ... , Milliken. W. deed. Lot 32 Garden-
when the feed will be poor on ac- . , . '
, , 1 , . land Traet, Prescott.
count of dry season and last year, ,
. " A J, A J. .T. Brown loeates Valley View
did not mate to any extent, but'- . , ,. . . .
, , . , ,. . . ' ' mine, Walker district,
could be found all spring in coveys, j Joj E
In consequence there were few young H distr;ct.
quail last season and auntmg was . T T
1 , .... V , I Ramon Lopez to Jose M. Leon
not up to the usual high standard. , RuWo a Rom( A
This year already promises to sur- $2)00 Two.thirds interest in E,
pass manv for feed of all kinds. I . ,
' I , . -Pavo Rico, Pavo Rico 2os. 2 and 3,
Mr. Warner has made many n-;perie De Anaiuae and perJa De
quiries and elicited the fact that hnac , m; Hassayampa aist.
quail are mating everywhere m the L Rolerts sham
Territory. This promises excellent mi Basin
shooting for the coming fall season w Reese R g Ba; -a.
It also augers well for stock andjc Caye Com.
farming interests. . , capital stoek $300,000.
j W. H. Bander, J. K. Miller and
!W. W. Chejey to H. A. Geisendorfer.
.h. aeea. iiudj mine, .burena aisinci.
READT TO SINK.
Geo. P. Harrington, general man-) H. A. Geisendorfer to Arizona
ager of the Nelson Mining company, J Nevada Copper Co. M. deed. Same
which is to start development imraedi-, property. .
a verv cood impression of the mine, I .,,),. .,rr:vvl fmm his inmn npsr. March 20. t
and states that there is considerable Crown Kini? vesterdav. savinc that
activity in that region.
Charles E. Nathorst, mining man,
after several days in the city on liti
gation, affecting the estate of the
late Frank Kueehler, of which he is
the administrator, left yesterday for
San Francisco where he is identified
with mining. He contemplates re
turning to this field, later and ex
pressed himself favorably over the
President W. C. Alvord, of the
Northern Arizona Baseball league,
left yesterday for Williams, Flag
staff and Winslow, to make final, ar
rangements for starting those teams
along the circuit on the 30tb of this
month. The meeting of league offi
cers will take place dnring the com
ing week, which will complete the
Mr. Parsons Improves.
Bt. R. N. Looney, who accompanied
W. C. Parsons to San Franeisco a
few days ago, in the hope that the
sea level would prove beneficial to
the latter's heart troubles, arrived
home yesterday and conveys the
pleasing news that his patient was
benefitted by the lower elevation and
lad materially improved. Mr. Par
sons' many friends in this section
will be pleased to learn this news.
Toe Swigcrt, operating mines near
Walker, was in the city yesterday on
business, and will return to his camy
today. He states that the many
mines under lease continue develop
ment, and generally speaking the
district is fast entering a prodnetivc
state that indicates a desirable future
He will return home today, and con
templates making a shipment of ore
Rodeo to Start.
In a letter from his Horshshoe
ranch on lower Agua Fria, George C.
all surface improvements are com
pleted and the new hoist in place.
He authorizes the statement that
bids will be received for sinking a
shaft to a depth of 200 feet, Mr.
Harrington also conveys the informa
tion that the Bradshaw region, is as
suming more interest than in many
years, and says there are more mines
produeing. and. developing than is
(From Saturday's Daily)
The unwatering of the U. S. Navy
mine at. Copper Basin,, aeeording to a.
statement made yesterday by Al.
Finch wiho arrived from the eamp,
has reaehed a point about 250 feet
Rebecca Casner to Wm. G". Dickin
son. W. deed. NW qr. of SW qr.
See. 22, 15 N., 6 E.
W. G. Diekinson and wife to W. E.
Ralston. W. deed. Same property.
W. E. Ralston to Mrs. A. G. Dick
inson. W. deed. Same property.
W. E. Ralston to Mrs. A. G. Dick
inson. Bill of sale. Cattle on range.
Mrs. M. E. Spence amends location .
of Pine Grove mine, Crook Canyon,
Victor A. Kell locates 2 ' raihesy
David Berry and W. H. Henderson
j locate 3 mines, Walker district.
Andrew Kozik locates 2 mines,
Blue Tank . district.
T. Council locates 5 mines, Bine
T. Connell files affidavit of assess-
deep and it is believed will be eom-jment work on 2 mines, Blue Tank
pleted to sufficient depth for an ex-1 district.
amination within the coming week.J T. Connell and H. W. Hamilton
George C. Meese, who is to take the
property over, is at the works di
rectine operations. The mine carries
heavy lead and zine values and is
under option of sale to Dave Biles
of this city.
TWO DIVORCES GRANTED
(From Thurseay's Daily.)
In the district court yesterday, di
vorces were granted Sarah Ann Hold
er from John Holder, and Luetta
Rinshed from John H. Rinshed. In
the suit of J. J. Becker against C.
E. Nathorst, involving interests of
the late Frank Kuechler, briefs were
ordered to be filed at a future date.
DOG SHOW AT SPRINGFIELD
SPRINGFIELD, 111., March 30.
Five hundred of the best dogs m
the central west were put on show
at the State Arsenal today, the oc
casion being the annual exhibition
of the Springfield Kennel elub. The
show will last three days.
file affidavit of assessment work on
6 mines, Blaek Rock district.
Black Butte Mining and Develop
ment Co. files affidavit of assessment
work on 5 mines;jCastle Creek dist.
BlHe Tanks Mining Co. files affi
divit of assessment work on 2 mines,
Blue Tank district.
T. G. Norris'.-nnd wife fo Harry
Brisley. Deed. Lot 17, blk. 5;
Moeller Addition, Treseott.
Santa Fe Pacific R. R. Co. to J. BX
Patterson. W. deed. Lots 3, 4, ff
and 6, blk. il4, Ash Fork.
United States to Pine Flat Mining
Co. Patent. McClond mine, Turkey
H. Voge files affidavit of assess
ment work on Snn Down mine, Pine
NAVY AVIATION SCHOOL
WASHINGTON, D. C, MareB 30;
The Navy Department plans to, es
tablish a school of aviation, at Ann
apolis this summer.