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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, If ll.
DUKE LOSES CASE
IN LAND OFFICE
Arizona Land and Irrigation Company
Now Has Clear Field to Begin
ami for the purpose of embarrassing BUUHM:
inc sain company.
The Arizona Land fc Irrigation
Company also submits :i siipplcmcn
lil li.iuJ.if. ta i,. flu. til ffiiiinr v rtf
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ii.i wilier iiini tin n ui.uji.li
Official advices from the l' S.
Land office at I'hoctiix, received yes
tcrlfiy. were to the effect that the
renter ami receiver had handed
down their opinion in the case of
John Duke against the Arizona Land
and Irrigation Company, in favor
of the latter The isne grew out of
the protest of Duke against the
above rompAny actiuiriug a site on
"Willow Creek for the construction
of a dam for storing water to re
claim certain lauds of Lonesonfo
Valley, and the final hearing took
place in Phoenix during the middle
of Octoher. Prior thereto the testi-
. i t. r if r
inony was nearu nciore v- a.
missinner Moore of this city. The
ilccisiou is puhlinlied helow in full:
Department of the Interior. United
States I.nud Office. Phoenix, Ari
zona, Octoher .11. 1912
Arizona Land fit Irrigation Co. vs.
John Duke, involving Serials No.
((14946 and 015255.
Decision of Register and Receiver.
July 22, 1911, John Duke filed in
this office, under the provision of
the act of March J, 1891, (26 Stat.,
1095), and Section 2 of the act of
May II. 1K9H (3(1 Stat.. 40t). his ap
plication for right of way for a can
and casement for reservoir in I
14 N.. U. 2 W. G. & S. U. M.
August 26, 1911, the Arizona Land
V Irrigation Company filed in this
office, under the provisions of said
acts, its application for a canal and
easement for a reservoir in said
township and range.
During the pendency of the Duke
application before the General Land
Office, a protest was tiled against its
allowance by Clyde W. Denting, al
leging that the construction of the
lam, as proposed, would interfere
with his occupancy of certain tracts
of land in Sections 12 and 13, T. 14
N., R. 2 W.. which he has entered
as a homestead and further alleging
luvalidit' and lack of good faith, in
:nucctiou with Duke's appropriation
of water for the proposed project.
Duke filrit an answer of this pro-
test, denying the allegations made by
Hy letter "V" of July 25. 1912.
the Commissioner of the General
Land Office dunisscil Denting s pro
test for the reason:
"The first urnund of objection per
tains to a matter solely within the
inr suction of the courts, and tiro
testant must seek redress there, in-
Kind of before the Land Dctiart
incut. As for the second ground of
oh ect on. it is sulhcicut to state that
Duke has filed prima facie evidence
if his right to appropriate waler
for the proposed project, which l.s all
this Department reipiireH."
Coov of the above noted decision
wan served on protectant Denting
on August 5. 1912, ami no appeal
from said ruling lias been received
at this office.
As the water riuht filed ill support
oI the Duke application bore the
name of John Hianconi, as well as
Dukes, as locators, the heforc men
'tioticd Commissioner's letter direct
ed Duke to show that he had acnuir
ed Hianconi's interest therein and in
response to which Duke filed an op
tion, feigned by Iliaucoui, the con
sideration therefor being $1.00 and
staling: "the price and terms of
purchase to be arranged at the time
of rxturation ni tins option
iroject and also a withdrawal of
ts annlicatioii as to the use of pipe
lines instead of canals and ditches
lit view of the foregoing we re
commend that the Right of Way
Antilir.it ion of Joint Duke. Serial No. I tivnm Hiiminv' mltrA
in -mo, lie rejected aim mat oi uic . .
A.i...... i ,...i . t,,i...ti r.,....iiv Brief Visitor.
Serial No. 01555 lie allowcn. r n.iui.i, ......-
Fifteen days from receipt hereof I function, was a brief uitor with
arc allowed within which to appiy frit.nia j t,t. cily yesterday
lor a Hearing or iinriv nays n
rprifii tlirnwif ari. nlliiwcd within Verde Visitor.
which to appeal herefrom to the Miss Mildred Fain, of Camp Vcr
Commissioner of the General Land LP j, j tIC cj,y t remain for sev
UIIICC. .-l .I-... t.i.iiin., t.'illi fririliU
Register. Visiting Friends.
CHAS. I! ARNOLD. m,. Sarah Miller of Dewey is in
Receiver. .... ... ... ,i. !.;,;,, wiili
lilt UllJ llll .1 ivn il. J .....i.iik ......
friends ami is at the Mead Motel
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Bntlnn. Trln. House, ami rcturncu UOic ia
2 James K. Bsrk, the meat merchant tc day.
2 of Humboldt, was a brief visitor
o the city yesterday on business, lm woanosaay.
and gives a good report o. smc.icr - Franklin, the
- " , ,. , . a ,,,i 1 iTtinKim, nil. iiiiiiiiih ucri-
operations uy tnc i..oinoi..i.., . .... lor of c Huron fCtli arrivC(l
liiasuuich as both the before men-
liiini'it .iiinlii-.niiins Ur riL'lit rif W.1V
i-niitrmnt.'ilp ilii'i (inn i-.itt.ilt rotlvcv- VIOLENT DEMENTIA
ntu water from Granite Creek, at a ENDS IN DEATH. Pioneer Woman.
point within the Fort Whipple Mili- Mrs. A. Itcnnctt, of Groom Creek
tary Reservation, to a storage and .y m .Sunday's Dally.) an estimable pioneer woman resident
distributing reservoir on Willow .. . . . , i .,...r,iv
Creek, and in conflict to (hat ex- One of the most unusual cases of was a visitor to the city yesterday.
tent. General Laud Ollice letter "F" insanity anil its fatal ending in the Mayer Visitor.
of July 25, 1912, directed this office sIHrt ,urntion of only a few days, Chester (iarrett, the live stock
to order a hearing with a view of rt0()k i()in IlraiIy al ,j,lt Val- grower of the Mayer country, was in
& Icy. yestenlay evening. The case the city yesterday on a business and
cants. is without parallel in this section, pleasure trip.
Pursuant to the said instructions, The dead body was found by Joe Visiting Father.
hearing was set for September 26, jt.,bcrts. in whose employ the uufor- C. II. Adams, clerk of the super
1912. before J. M. W. Moore, No- ... , ma )nil ,ccl for cSS ,jwn jor cotlrt f Coconino county, is in
one -!" "y Hr. Looney who the city from Flagstaff for a few
15. 1912, at which time and place were summoned from this city hy days, visiting with his father It. I.
the Arizona Land & Irrigation Coin- the arrival of Albert Stringficld, a Adams, the lumber merchant, He is
iiMiiw ntiii--j1 l i It- rfkttf-fnlntiL'nft ... . i i.!. ! . . M f . f , I
rw . , ' , ; r nciKniMr, who rode norcwacK inr laccomjianicti iy mi iiitii,
r: .. " . V "'.,.:: ... ; . medical aid. nor Ferguson, of Williams.
rliM-i! l.-iti-r siined hi- N'ntnrv Public On arriving at the house the hotly VUlted Friends
Moore, that while Duke appeared in ()f Rrady was found with life extinct Miss Mattie Price, a society fav
his own behalf, offered cv dence and nn, in mllc con(iti0, Leading up orite of Humboldt, was a brief visi
cr... ""'"V1..?-0.: 'V.'Il.",V. the belief that something was tor with friends in the city yester
or a stipulation audi would not per- wrong at that farm, Mr. Stringficld day, returning home later in the
mil his witnesses to sign their testi- stated that he noticed the team day.
mony, .saying that he proposed In 10r,M Krazing on the land that con- Valley Visitors.
"S1!1" ,l,,.J,.?r",K "c"rc mt ! ,amJ tallied crops not yet harvested, when Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rigdon, of
omcc ai i nociiix. ... ... .. .. . . . :.. ,i.
October 5, 1912, contcstce Duke "' tent joint aniver.s, rraiiK ircn ivirKiauu vancy, wen- m
filed an affidavit ami motion for a ami a Mexican employe to invest!- yesterday on a business and plcas-
rontinuance of iiual hearing to no- mm.,. lr ct,.rc, tfic buildimr tire visit, returning home later in
m ,.',r 'n:V '-:..W ... :,r"7o,I-;1 and all were I.
Made of HiKest
Grade Flour in
Our Own Bakery.
Every Loaf rVrap
ped. We Deliver.
Leave Your Order.
horrified to sec ltrady the day,
l... ,l.i .n... .i. fltitilii.e 7 101?
ii.r m-n.m.l tli.it no Minieiciit rea- crouched behind the bedstead with Returns From Coast.
son therefor was shown to exUt. Oc- a box over his head, and without John Wilson, diamond drill ex
tuber 14, 1912, contestee Duke filed having any clothes whatever on his pert, has returned from a visit with
an appeal from our letter of October , , T , , . f , , .f t , ,jcac Ca, ant,
7, 1912, alleginc that he had thereby ' . " . , .. . ,
been deprived of bis rights to he a wreck. The stovepipe was torn leaves for the outside districts in a
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heard. We have ciioscii to uisregarn irom us mooring, inc uisncs were icw nays.
this appeal as having no merit en- smashed to pieces, the mattress was Mine Examination.
titling it to. consideration. . . . ,,, sirc,iu i,e wi,ows were S. Gustavson. of Waco. Texas, is
i ue recoru m uic casp which nun . . . , , , . , t . . . . , , .
it. ..viiii.it. -m.i tiriofc fili-il i vcrv smashed in, in fact the interior was a recent arrival in the city and Icav
voluminous', discloses the following demolished of everything movable, es in a few days for the Hradshaw
facts: To add to the horror of the scene country to inspect mines in which
George A. Thayer, a miuiiiK and Itradv was found trasninir for breath, he is interested.
civil engineer began his -investiga- a, aftcr cn.,i(icrahlc effort was re- Again in the City.
r .i.. V .. r r , moved from under the bed and plac F. L. Morest, well know., as
the Arizona Laud (t Irrigation Com- cd on the Hoor and covered over gasoline engine engineer, aftcr an
pany, in N'ovcmbcr, 1911). It docs with quilts. He had not a stitch of absence on the coast for the past
not appear that he definitely deter- clothing on his body. He endcav two years, returned yesterday to re
' c' " :": ""P.1 oreil to say .something but it was main in this section.
inr an intrrvW wiib one lohn futile effort. Land Transaction.
Iliaucoui, at the latter s ranch about At this tune it was deemed advis- W. V. l'lshcr has sold to a. a
December 22, 1910. when Iliaucoui n,l,. tn mimmnn Mr. Rnlu-rls .mil It tnoksnn. acres of land ill Wal
suggested the feasibilitv of the pro Lomey j al(mt a hour nut Grove, the deed being filed for
lect as later applied for and made . . ... , . , I . . , .., .i ...n.
no intuit on of the fact that he hlid ,:,u r llu passcu mio convulsions ami record yesiertiay, wiui uic tuii.sitn.-r
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ally lllteresi 111 or Cl.llllieil any Wilier tun I'liu winui:. mm nm iiil iii. in i ,iliill ii, until ii funi,
rights adverse to those neccsnary bad been affected is not known. It Visiting Friends
tn the coiiinany s project. Aiiou is )clicvct ,WCVcr, that not over Mr. find Mrs. W. R. Johnson of
January 3, 1911. 'Ihaycr purchase. I. , t. , .. ,.n . ., ... .
the Wynkoop ranch, consisting ol n.v .,ii,,,w, n..-. jvnuni jihi.i.i,i, ...v ... ...
sonic WX) acres which' would be over- dementia. An investigation made of a few days, the former having offi
llowctl by the construction of the the interior showed the tracks of the cial duties to look after as live stock
proposed dam, for ?2U.ow. I here-1 Un ,art.footcd leading away from inspector of the county
after. Thayer made a journeyi to . . Hi, n.,.., Trln.
I iiii:i ii.i iiir.'iiiu.i. tiiiii ntirrnusi'ii nil-"' ---- i ,--
the Santa Fe Railroad its land.. to- body was bruised from one end to The many friends of Mrs. Hug
gcthcr with uuiiierouii "script" to- the other, his feet particularly being Richards will he interested to learn
cations, which would' be susceptible cut up. Neither his shoes, bat, coat, or that she leaves the city today for
jeer,he,,waer ICZ'I "vcrl, which leads to an extended trip to New Vork city
property of the Arizona Laud iv lr-11"1- "iippusiuuii tn.ii m an wauui-r- 10 visu wun inciius .vim rciuuvcs.
rigatiou Company, were made No-lings he must have liccn a consider-1 From the Mines.
vcuibcr 26, 19 0, and January 4, 1911, a,c .Jistanco from the place wh'cn A, W. Uroiucy, operating mines in
"L "'CTJ Z 'r", 7Cr- 'liscarded his apparel. the Walker district, was an arriva
On October 27 1911 Thaver con- Roberts in speaking of this in the city yesterday on business
vcved his interest in the nroncrtv tuiforttiuatc occurrence after his re- ami reports the principal work i
hereinbefore mentioned, to the Ari- turn last night stated that Ilrady that field as conducted by leasers,
zona Laud & Irrigation Company, was formerly cmnlnved at the ranch. Smelter Official Here.
rrUict!L..Ci-,,n,il.'Jy Jl"-i,il.t?C!???.1, 1 WM "instated only last month, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Multcr, of
ertv ncarlv S1(X)()0() in the furl h-1 liaviiiK been an inmate of the coun- Humboldt, the former with the Com
erence of their project It also nit- hy hospital in recovering from a solidatcd smelters in a responslh
pears that their right of way appli- .broken leg in a runaway accident, capacity arc in the city on a busi
cation was Hod m liM 0 ice as soon IIe wal in low aftcr sup,Iic, ast ess and pleasure visit for a few
sal IIimIi iiv rmiUiiiii ittt'n ttiit'lllAila 'ilwl I " I 1
Zrv :; r:, " Monday, and said he was feeling days.
Inl.n nntvi. rornnlf.! w.-u-r Inc.i- Metter than in many years. He was Miner Returns,
tioiis for himself mid, John lliaucotti, alone at the ranch, and the last time Frank Zartich, until about two
covering the flood am; winter water seen was on Wednesday when lie years ago a miner of this section
oi tcr.ai.i crccKs uierci. iiic.ii.mic.i. was pursuing his accustomed work returned from Great Falls, Montana
m.I lS 'U:,,:J? A lCJ'3l ,? i lWig after the horses and. at- yesterday to remain. The climate is
uHVV.n HHUK M. 'WS.VJI (. . I ......
were posted on the Mud October 1, "-' iu uic crops, nc was a man tnc attraction during the winter time
I9K), However, numerous 'disinter-1 of small stature. He was u farmer especially,
estcd witnesses for the contestant h,y occupation, of the age of about Mining Vititor.
plmiVf'tl ;-V, "C 1r " k,,0W" rc,a- "eri Halpin, the mining man of
October I, 1910, ami December il "JKO " '"uuii. aicuane, is in the city and reports
19111. without having seen any notice - that field as assuming considerable
or iiiouumciii in jact a nonce was jvurnts-a un tukuki .mt ivitv with ),. tr,i. ,.,,i r.u.t
tint . Un..nr... ... r M. . I. " v ...ww.,... ...... v.m..
nesie du h g K of 1911. . . UNliEK LEASE., stone mines under a state of pro
(See Protestant's exhibit No. 2.). It Quite an important mining trans- duction again.
was claimed by Duke that his first action was closed a few .lays ago in From the Smelter.
the general mining outlook of tliat j city yestcrUay on a business visit.
.-t.i - ;,r r.ir :i live v win- uusiness irio.
IICUl .is tliwm .S""n - ,, ,, .1
Dan Itowcn is in the city from
lcr Mayer for a few days on busliicsi
From the Range. matters and greeting old Unit
R K. Kstabrook, the nvestocK inc. ds.
. .. ..- .. . ... wi. I Business Trio.
grower o. tnc inn .m.k v., M, "Mr. Lfltlis GruM .
busiiics visitor yesterday coniuih M arc Jn lJc c, for ,a f
from Mayer. He states that tue ,ay!l, thc former having bushiest
hipping-out season has ended, and matters to look aftcr
. .--I I I. ...I niv lill C IWIUII1 11UIIIC.
.vcrai nitiitui:i M. , w , ,,
country this fall. Henry Lund, have returned fm,
nvestigatlng Interests. I'hociiix, where they were joined by
Cyrus Shipn.au. of Ncw orK, , ol
.1 I . ,. tut ii. lilt viuifw iiiiiiiiii jhiivuh I
nrom ncnl v known as a muting op- ,
crator, arrived a few days ago, and GcorKC Spcer ami Hud Hrlstow of
is making an inspection ot tnc uoui- Lamp Verde, Ueorgc L. liiiman, of I
liiKS of the Retl Man Mining Com- uewcy aim j. a. Ainnrosc, oi btod
nanv near McCabe, iu which prop- ,'. . ' " !"!sIncs!l aJ
- . . , , iii. t.l'iru "I in iiiriiii-j ti s nuici.
crty he is a large shareholder. lM Mining Visitors.
is probable there will be a rcstimp- Robert Hums and Henry HraunJ
lion of operations in the near fu- of thc Lucky Star mines, in Lone'l
,, some Valley, were in the city yes-l
turc. . . ....! .. .!..! .1 .1. , I
ivMi.iy 'in 1111.1111.-3.1 ici iiiuiiuK iu uieiri
intnrls ;it the nlmvi rimn
(From Tuesday's Daily.) Former Residents Return.
Returned From Visit. .Mr. ami .Mrs. Harry J. lheurer.l
w r r,t(,..i n ri.inriied from a,lLr a" ne"ce oi over six mon ni
. G. Gastou has ri tuned imni i Jc homc of fotmcr Jn m
an extended visii wuu rci.iutS returned yesterday to remain
Redding, Cal. Mr. Thcurcr will again engage in
Vslley Visitor. '";'.,, T .
Mrs. Robert Miller of hkull Val- w i.-i.var.tt i.f. v,.,.pr.int, (n.
Icy, is in the city ami will remain San Francisco and San Jose. Cal.
for several days visiting with friends, to remain for several days in cornice-
. tion wun tnc settling up ot thc es-
rom tlte Knge. , . nf , : iirrtiir. wltnsi iloiil,
J. K. Campbell and Floyd Allen
are in the city from thc Rio Verde Visiting Friends.
Cattle range, to vote at the old umrlcs iiurkes. accompanied hy
name. Itv- -..j vire ? i? t-..kiiM.
Williams, arc in the city for a few
' Henry J. I'crry, interested in mines .lays visiting with friends and art
in the Rig llug district, wa, a busi- FmcrTn,e,H0,C,
ness visitor to the city yesterday , L j,owma rctur,,c,i to Uu
from Mayer. city yesterday from the Iron Moun-
Visiting Cattleman. tain mining camp near Scnatpr and
J. R. Hcatson is in the city from 'vcs today lor rarkcr, where lit
.. c :, v. vul liJ.'11 Pnl '"' winter, to look aftcr
" " . his interests on the desert.
WE DELIVER PROMPTLY
Phones, Mack 217 and DUck 114
We Solicit Youi Mall Ordtrs.
P. O, Box CS0, Prescott, Arlt.
niMiccs were, torn down and destroy- thc c,y( whcn thc loMnfl of ,hc Mr, ail(, MrSi j0Jcph Davlc ()f
j;.1,yVc7rof..u!.et and the fact Cu.nberliiig Mining an.l Milling Humboldt, are iu the city for a
.1.... .1 .... i.. i !., I.l... I nmti.mv nil l'inr Pl.it n.nr Ti,rl... Iiri.f ,il.in,. .,!:, ....i
linn inu muni; au i vuiii iirii, is men- i - .....w. ,vt,iiHib mm iiiuims iui.
tlcal with the notice ami photo- Creek were acquired by Pete. Frank arc at the I'rcscott hotel. Mr. Da
..-nix,. r it. till I ttstt j'kl. ! 1 1.1 t rt . . . . I 1
we coiicIiiiIl' that the nifiice miiiid I l'om9 uiro,lx u,,,lcr for vim is the ...aster mechanic of the with spina) menials,
!.. nrt :i...l XiuV .tin. i.ostp.l. 0,,c "r' . Uiiisolidatcd fiiiieltcrs
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which posting was not done until the l"K ""'ui"" nas assumed v. suing Keiauves.
sinng (if 1911, and inctleftlVe as a. control, and the mill was started up Mrs, W. V. DcCamp, wife of thc
has range interests, and will remain Returns Home.
for a few days on business. Thc many friends iu thc city oil
Outside Visitors. Mrs. II. A. Cheverton, wife of tlicl
Nelson Punteiiney, a stockman of frrJ?A T. I. "S?", ."at!.?5
Ilig Chino Valley, and J.D. Cooper, that kJ rclllr . t v,.sl(.rdliv froln ,1
the farmer of Williamson valley, visit with rcl. ,ves and friends ml
were in the city yesterday on busi- Los Angeles.
. Returns Home.
uc. ti ir st...... . .i.... . i
r w n t ' "'-l!,,,,ii aiicr ii uircc inoiunsi
Keaity ueai. soiourn iu this section for bis lir.ilili I
II. C. Vincent has sold to Chas. K. returned to his home near Ozark.1
Jcniier a lot in Gardcnland addition Arkansas, yesterday. He is .sufferingl
to this city for the sum of $1,100, wun lung-irouDics ami came tor lit
the deed being f.led for record yes- S;"1-.,?inSiS;ar View'
Visiting Relatives. Miners Active.
Miss Pearl Jackson of Kirkland Mark- Murphy is in the city froml
Valley, is in the city for a few days "V'1 """"Iff ""rl """.'J"
visiting with relatives and friends lhc m,m,cr of . ' .......lov-.i '
anil is at the home of her sister, mini assessment work he states inl
Mrs. J, I, Roberts. dicatcs a livelier interest in the ful
Home to Vote. !urc af that country than has liecnl
Clerk of the Supreme Court J. P. Oulsld'visitors0'1"'
Dillon arrived from Phoenix yester- Mr. ami Mrs. Granville Fain, audi
day. cominir to vote at his old home. Mr. ami Mrs. Arthur Heath ami snn.l
ami to look aftcr his mining and 'iW1r '"''"p '." ,cit' t0
o.ltrr Inirri-sts bore. the Verde Valley visiting., with
' , " . iricutis mr a tew days. Mcssr.
Business Trip. Fain and Heath have iinisbed shio-
A. S. Haskell of thc famed fruit ping a train load of cattle to the!
ranch that bears his name, iu thc Sa,t, K'vcr Valley from their raiiRtl
Verde Valley, was hi thc city ' m00 Outlook. parl ol Ulc C0U,,ty
terday on Dusiness pertaining to the j. n. Tomlinson has returned from
marketing of his large apple crop. an inspection trip of mines in the
Resumes Duty. Hradshaw mountain country, and
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Holder, the 'tliuiaitic over ,1110 outlook; '"at ; sev-
i . .1 . i ,i c t- n l'ra' camps. He is of the bcl cf t ut
former station agent of the S. k P. ,i. -t n T.. - V.J... , L
,, ., . . . I -wv" . ' . J nun u ucuci lui
& P. railway Tit Humboldt, returned hure than known for manv vcan,
yesterday from an oiiting iu San and the practical line of work inl
Francisco, and leaves for home to- evidence is certainly a reflection oil
.i, " i i" ue expected.
- Brothers to Meet .
Mining Man Returns. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Yomur. oil
O. I, Tawncy has returned from Chicago, arrived in the city Monday
a business trip to the .southern part aml ,uft. yesterday for Camp Verdt,
of the state, and is en route to his ,,,ICW,U. l,e Joi"ed . Lef
, . . onng, brother of thc first named,
mining camp on Turkey creek, to This will be thc first time in over
ship a car load of silver ore to thc a quarter of a century thc brothers
smelter at Hecdlcs, Cal. have met, both remaining steadfast
From tms Range. "l respective localities.
... . . From Big Orchard.
Mr. and Mrs. Asa iiozartu are m c Li Hummer arrived from the
the city from the Camp Wood coun- Fair Oaks orchards of Maus &
(ry, where the former has large cat- Stewart yesterday, and stated the
tic interest. He reports a favor- Iick.mK i"J packing of several thou
able winter as assured from the fine JU'enT Tl2 finfj.ualfty TiS
grazing .in evidence, fruit ami the bounteous yield wa.
Rural Visitor. occasionin
Charles Iliirmeistcr, farmer and Shipping to Skull Valley will begin
stockman of thc Lower Agua Fria, "AJ0 ,'Y,l-?r c,f ".crjP .0..poi""
, , . , "nnde and outs de of the state,
is in thc city for a few days on busi- Lew the City.
uess, atid gives a good report of Mr. ami Mrs. George Clanccy( the
much and rnnue cnmlltlniis in tint former Until recently with the Ltlbin
country, which is a desirable place H
for winter sheep, , ; e they' will reside in the future
Convalescing. Mr. ClatlCCV is reCninlrnl in thi-atri
Ralph Ballard, who has been lying cal circles as possessing high clan
critically ill at Mercy hospital for Wsuinlc ability and in his new field
... . i - , ... i ..w., inuit uiiiiiuiiv. j. ucy HUII
much improved on Sunday and lilt many friends in this city who regret
recovery i$ expected hy attending '"cir leaving.
physicians. He has been afflicted
valid water location Jmidef the laws yoMcr(iay to work over the old dump general manager of the Pacific Cop
It S AH"m.a,(190l.) araKra' "ccimmlatc.1 from former tie- per Mining Company, left yesterday,
It ? nlsft shfiwn that the only ex- Velopiucnt. Mine work is to he for Denver, where she will be the
peiidittircs tiintlc by Duke as a re- prosecuted vigorously by the leas- guest for several weeks of her hus-J
suit of hi at.pnca ton lor .said right crs. All arc practical men iu min- hand and other' relative. -..-fe.'iJM-lY
"f 'te K "'" " Hr. Wil- Business Tltlp.
begun in the field on Jimo,27, 191 U linm Woodburn, president of the M. Mcllrlde, the Scligman mcr
Taltliitf all the facts into consider- company, arrived from the camn chant, is in thc city on business for
ntion we arc of the opinion that Friday and left yesterday for his a few days. He is also Interested in
Dukes .plication, n(Vsrl was i,omc jn Oes Moines. Iowa, in r. n..' Vrj'VM Ofl.Cnnmanv. an
iFnrnt the' irrigiK ,ai,l "M"". lnM matter, will ,MuSlK ntaVe .A inspection of
rArixona Land & lrrlgatlvCompany ,her r?l'ring his attention. thi'tMropcttyvbfore .retMininghome,
I O UIO Itome. Hmm Tiimm.. n.lli I
Mr. ami Mrs. Joe Schcrcr of Cop- If. L. Swccncv is in the cltv froml
per Ilailn arc in the city en route to thc Bjack Hills district, and bring
their old honie in Pennsylvania for a samples from a recent strike made
tew months.' visit with old-time as- on the property in which R. E
sociates. Mr. Schcrcr recently dis- Morrison is an associate, which pan!
posed of 4 portion of his mining in- high j B0Id values. Thc high grade
icresis near tnc commercial. 6rc was encountered In .Inincr an-
Brief Visitor. ..tint .-,.,.. ..n-u ..t, i. ...n
Mrs. May Ilrow was h brief visi- savs arc made the r.riu.il vnt- illl
tor to the city Sunday from Phoenix, not bc kn6wn. Mr. Sweeney con
to participate in the obsequies of II. tinues develooment h i,t. ni.i.J
M, Belcher, formerly her associate Gate group, and reports the showing
.,. uoici Business, ane is as better than at any time in H.r his-
conauctlrtg the Colonial lodging hory of the properiy.
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