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.WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1917.
I City News f
(From Thursday's Daily.)
From the Mines.
Martin Anderson, a mine owner of
the Senator section, is in the city on
a business trip.
To the Coast.
A. A. Johns left yesterday for Los
Angeles, to visit with his wife, who
is making her home in that city.
Mr. and Mrs. James Cameron, pio
neer residents of Walnut Grove, are
in the city visiting friends.
Visit to Country.
Mrs. A. O. Xoyes left yesterday for
Pccplcs valley where she will visit
for a few weeks with her sister, Mrs.
C. B. Genung.
Mrs. W. I- Roberts, a visitor for
the past month as a guest of Mrs. W.
R. Ehlc, returned to her home in Skull
Back From Jerome.
Robert Rambcr, a well known mine
hoisting engineer of this field, is again
in the city, returning from Jerome
during the week.
D. S. Bruner, a well known pioneer
resident of Rig- Bug district, and a
mine owner, is visiting the city for a
few days on business.
James McXary, a well known pio
neer resident of Walnut Grove, is in
the city on business, reporting a fine
outlook for Winter crops and the
country in a prosperous condition in
all linos of industry.
Mrs. W. R. Ehlc has returned from
Humboldt, where she visited for a
few days with her sister, Mrs. Bern
ard McXicholls, wife of the agent of
the S. F. P. & P.
Miss Elsie Murphy, daughter ot
Mrs. Mary Murphy, left yesterday
for Rcdondo, Cat., to spend her an
nual vacation and visit with friends
for a few weeks.
Mining Man Returns.
L. J. Ross, a principal of the Usonia
Gold Mining Co., which recently se
cured a group in Big Bug district, has
returned from Michigan where he
consulted with associates. Ample
funds are now available for large
Fritz Keller, a former resident of
this city, but now of Jerome, where
be is interested in the Connor hotel,
is a visitor for a few days, and is pre
paring to leave for the East on &
L. I- Dickcrson, a young range
man of the Fair Oaks country, is in
the city for a few days visiting with
friends and to await the outcome of
drafting, being one of those subject to
military duty. ,
Here From Kingman.
County Assessor Frank Hunt of
Mohave county arrived in this city
from his home in Kingman yesterday
evening. Mr. Hunt was on his way
to Mayer, where he has a number ol
interests. He expects to remain in
Mayer for several days.
The Littlest GirL
Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Shridc, ol
Kirkland valley, are the happy recip
ients of a fine baby girl. Miss
Shridc tipped the scales at 7' pounds.
The many friends of Mrs. Shridc,
formerly Miss Alva Carter, will be
pleased to learn that both she and
the babe arc doing nicely.
F. W. Hatch, a mine owner in the
new field cast of Humboldt, is in the
city, and reports different properties
as shaping up for development. The
inducement for many new locations
in that neglected region is the big
showing made by the Binghamton
and Copper Queen.
Out of Office.
J. J. Sanders, who has retired as
narole clerk of the State penitentiary.
being succeeded by E. C Suman, of
this city, arrived yesterday from
Florence to remain for an extended
visit with friends. He is preparing to
again enter mining, a business which
he followed in this section for many
From Utah. v
Albert Wisscll, interested in mines
of Turkev Creek district, as a stock
holder, arrived from Milford during
the week, and has gone to make an
investigation of the properties, his
report to decide what action is to be
taken in the future. He states the
high price silver is reaching occasions
him and others to consider whether
it -is advisable -to-resumc or not
(From Friday's Daily.)
Comes to Visit.
Mrs. C. E. Frice, of Skull valley,
was a visitor yesterday witli friends
in the city.
Mrs. Harry Henderson, of Congress
Junction, returned home yesterday
after a visit of a few days with friends
in the city.
Ernest Phippeney, a young rancher
of Thompson valley, is visiting the
city, and give's a good report of con
ditions in the above industry.
Miss Dorothy Day Webster, seven
pounds of dainty femininity arrived at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. B.
Webster, Wednesday, September 3th.
Peter Marx -was a visitor yesterday
from Walnut creek, and cave a report
of fair crops for this season with the
range outlook better than in many
Smelter Man Here.
Billy Harkness, of the Arizona
Sampling & Reduction Works of
Wickcnburg, was in Prescott yester
day, being on his way to Humboldt
to transact some business with the
smelter firm in that place.
Returns With Bride.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Withers,
whose marriage was solemnized two
weeks ago at Canon City, Colo., ar
rived in Prescott on Tuesday, and
later left for Jerome to reside. The
groom is a mechanic and formerly
worked in this city. He will be cm-
ployed at the new smelter of the Unit
ed Verde Extension Co.
Frank Henderson, a well known
resident of this county, has returned
from Chloride, Mohave county, and
reports an active mining country,
which is founded on many properties
proving desirable as deep develop
ment goes ahead. He believes that
belt has a fine future from the prac
tical methods in operating at several
A. L. Belding and James Murray,
cattlemen of Dimmit, Texas, are re
cent arrivals and come to look over
the rantrc country. They report a
drouth in that section of Western
Texas and heavy losses taking place
among rarigemen. Mr. Murray lias a
brother residing in the Bradshaws,
and later both leave for Crown King,
to make observations.
On the List.
Tames Dwight, a young man of 23
years, who had been visiting with his
narcnts on the Mogollon mountains
since July, passed through the citj
yesterday for Yuma, to begin his
military duties. He was drafted and
accepted, while convalescing from
typhoid fever without submitting to
a physical examination. He said h6
was willing to abide by the orders
issued for him to report for duty.
Leaving For Home.
Mr. and Mrs. X. L. Gnuitli, visitors
since June, leave for Pinal county to-
lav. and will be accompanied by their
niece, Miss Bessie Knowlcs, of this
citv. who is to spend the Winter at
their ranch, near Casa Grande. A son
of the visitors has concluded to re
main in this section and later goes to
the new smelter town of the United
Verde Extension in Verde valley.
Joins the Army.
T.eavinc last night on the same
train with the Prescott contingent, to
report for duty at Fort Riley, was a
young man named Albert Hadding
ton, of Raton, X. M.. who for the past
three davs has been visiting with a
brother and a married sister at Je
rome. He will seek duty as an elec
trician, and has the endorsement of
the Las Vegas Light & Water Co., as
i capable employe.
Phillip Stinson, of Xcnia, Ohio,
who had been looking over mines in
the Mayer country for the past ten
days, left last night for home, very
much pleased with the outlook of a
certain group. He proposes to enlist
capital for development, and is to re
turn flnrinrr October, when he will be
accompanied by his wife and family,
making Prescott his home. Tins is
his third trip to the country. His
brother is a zinc operator of the Jop-
lin. Mo., field and may come to Mayer
later, to take the supcrintendency of
Mining Men Arrive.
Thomas Markham and a party of
three mining operators with their two
engineers, passed through the city
yesterday, their destination, it is said,
being the Congress country on an
examination trip. Mr. Markham is
with the Cripple Creek Mines Co., and
is also identified with other big hold
ings in Colorado. Many years ago
he was interested at Daggett, Cal. He
visited Prescott several years ago
with John Hays Hammond and party.
(From Saturday's Daily)
Looking at Mines.
"Tex" Williams, of Tcpic, Mexico,
is here to look over some mining
E. O. Estis, a Williamson valley
farmer, visited the city yesterday and
gave a good report of crop condi
tions, in which native hay is a big
asset this year.
Louis Shrade, who with Henry
Braun is working over the old dump
of the Peck silver mine, estimated to
contain several thousand tons of ore.
is visiting the city on business. He
reports the plant in action, cyaniding
being the method of recovery.
Business Trip to Mayer.
County Attorney Xeil C. Clark yes
terday made a trip to Mayer to get
some information regarding the death
of Al. B. Kellogg, who was shot to
death in that place some time ago.
The trial of Dave Knapper, who is
charged with the killing, will be
called in the Superior court within
the coming few weeks.
(From Sunday's Daily.)
Mrs. W. S. Jones, proprietor of
Hotel Jones at Humboldt, was a visi
tor yesterday on business.
Home From Outing.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Roberts returned
yesterday from a six weeks' outing at
Southern California seaside resorts.
Harry E. Dicus, a well known
ness man of Jerome, was a visitor to
the' city Friday, returning home yes
terday. Visiting Old Home.
Mrs. M. B. Carpenter and son of
Phoenix, arc at the home of Attorncj
Robt. E. Morrison, father of Mrs.
Victor Salfngcr, of Los Angeles,
president of the Puntcnncy Lime Co..
is in the city en route to Cedar .Glade
on his regular inspection trip.
Charles Saucr, a former resident,
but now a contracting carpenter of
Jerome, was a brief visitor on Friday.
returning home yesterday morning.
E. L. Jones, attached to the United
States geological survey, is in the
city to remain for several days in this
field making observations.
Arrivals yesterday from Camp
Verde were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Heath, Mr. and Mrs. E. Wine, and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Heath.
Mrs. T. F. Bitncr, mother of Mrs.
Richard Lamson, returned yesterday
to Milwaukee, via Los Angeles, after
a visit with her daughter and many
friends in this city.
T. L. Morris, the Hillside rangeman
is in the city on business, and reports
his goat business in a thrifty state.
with other livestock interests also far
ing better this Fall than in manj
Back From Alaska.
Attorney J. E. Morrison, a former
resident of this city, brother of Robt
E. Morrison, arrived yesterday from
Alaska', where he had been looking
after his coal land and mineral in
terests. Returns From East
Colonel Fred Bowler returned yes
terday morning from a trip to Xcw
York City on mining business. Later
lie is to be joined here by seven mem
bers of a mining syndicate who con
template making a large investment
Miss Xydia Acker, of this city, left
yesterday for Phoenix, and is to as
sume in a few days the duties of in
structor in domestic science in five
public schools of the Salt River val
Mrs. W. R. Ehlc, accompanied by
her son, "Billy." left ycsteVday for an
extended visit at Phoenix with her
brother, Ed. L. Rigglc, a former resi
dent of Prescott when a postal em
ploye, but now teller in the Phoenix
Savings Bank & Trust Co.
Visited the East
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Fitzsimmons,
Summer visitors to Prscott, have re
turned from a trip to Ohio, and en
route home also visited with friends
in Flagstaff. They arc now occupy
ing their Miller valley home but are
preparing to return to Phoenix for
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bcnnitt and Mrs.
Sidney Ross, of Phoenix, were visi
tors yesterday from Iron Springs,
where they had been pending the
Summer. All arc former lcsidcnts of
Prescott and arc preparing to return
home this week, the season ending at
Al Lcssard was a visitor yesterday
from Stoddard and stated that region
at the present time was enjoying high
class industrial rating, in which plenty
of fruit and ore were the principal
product. He finds a market for his
farm yields at camps nearby, and has
a large crop of apples and peaches.
(From Tuesday's Daily.)
Mrs. Lena Sears and brother, ICWT
Coughran, of Skull valley, arc injrthc
city to visit with friends for a few
days. Home From Coast.
Mrs. J. C. Lewis has returned from
San Francisco after a visit during the
past month with her sister and other
Miss Cleo Allen, who has been the
, guest of the Misses Richards for a
couple of weeks, returned Sunday to
her home in Phoenix.
Harry S. Knight, of the Triple Link
Cattle Co., was a visitor on Sunday
from Walnut Grove, reporting the
livestock industry in fine condition.
J. K. Campbell, who sold recently
his Rio Verde cattle holdings, has re
turned from a trip along the coast
where he investigated the range
T. J. O'Xeill, with the Potter Con
struction Co., which is driving a long
tunnel for the United Verde Exten
sion Company, at Jerome, is visiting
the city for a few days on business.
Expected Home Today.
Attorney LcRoy Anderson, who
has been in Chicago for the past
week or so, is expected home this
busi-pftcrnoon. He went Last to attend
to some important business matters,
John Flannagan, freighting out of
Kirkland, is in the city and reports
considerable business in his line, sev
eral new camps starting, up, and
traffic to established properties in
creasing. From the Range.
Carl Rccs was a visitor yesterday
from Big Chino valley, where he has
range interests, and reports a favor
iblc outlook for cattlemen. He states
there is a lively interest shown to
ward oil land locations.
Joe Thalhcimcr, Jr., of Phoenix,
was a visitor on Sunday with Prescott
friends, returning home yesterday in
his auto. His father will be remem
bered as a resident of this city in
D. M. Wynkoop, a former resident
this city, but now of Oak creek, is
;n the city attending court as a jury
man. He states big crops and pros
perity arc the products of the above
section this season.
Herbert and James Cook, and Rur--ell
Wright, of the Mayer country,
ire visiting the city, and it is reported
negotiations arc pending between
hem for quite a large deal in which
-angc cattle and lands figure.
Mining Man Returns.
A. L. Pcarcc, prominently known
n the Jerome mining field as an op
erator, has returned from an inspec
tion of the copper country of Xew
Mexico, and reports very much activ
ty around Silver City. He is to bc
:omc interested in this locality and
-emains in the city for several days,
Mr. and Mrs. Xcil C. Clark enter
tained as their guests the first of the
vcek, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Manaton,
of San .Francisco. On Sunday Mr.
md Mrs. Clark and their visitors
nade an auto trip to the Jerome
Clarkdalc district, returning the same
Going to Peoria.
William Applcy, in charge of the
State's exhibit which is to be made at
'he exposition at Peoria, Illinois,
nasscd through Trcscott yesterday
iftcrnoon with a carload of agricul
tural, mining and horticultural ex
hibits which arc to be put on display
it the big show.
C. W. Bennett, of Clarkdalc, owner
Df the Hidden Treasure group of
nines in Groom Creek district, visit
d the property on Sunday, accom
panied by a party of Jerome opcra
ors. This mine has had considerable
levclopmcnt and was a shipper sev
eral years ago. The values arc silver
nd the present price of this metal is
he inducement to resume.
Visitors From Mine.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Caspari visited
'cslcrday with friends in the city,
-oming from the Davis mines on
ilatc creek. Mr. Caspari states opcr
itions are in full swing, and shipping
'ias started on a steady basis to El
Paso. He is very much pleased with
'he' silver market situation and is
making a specialty of mining ores of
his mineral character.
SPRINGS INTO POPULARITY
XEW YORK. Sept. S. Fifty tlioti-1
and Mexican dollars, lying in sacks
on the floor of a dealer here in silver i
bullion, were one of the evidences to
day of the rapidly advancing price ol
bar silver, which has now reached the
record-breaking figure of 965$ cents
an ounce. A year ago it was selling ,
at 68 cents an ounce. j
The Mexican money was to be I
converted into bullion and represent- j
cd it was said but a small fraction of '
Ijhc silver currency being brought .put j
o7 Mexico despite measures by'the
Mexican government to prevent " Its '
money from being drained "off by the j
attraction of high bullion prices in i
this country. 1
The Mexican silver dollar for years I
valued at SO cents, is now worth in
the neighborhood of 75 cents at pre'
vailing bar silver prices. The .rise iir
value of the metal has raised the
question as to whether a similar at
traction will come to bear on Amer
ican silver dollars tempting owners
to melt and sell them as bullion.
There will be no danger of this, it was
said by silver authorities, until bar
silver climbs to $1.29 an ounce.
The high price of silver is attribut
ed here to both an increased demand
and decreased production. The chicl
increase in the demand is said to be
to enlarged use of the metal for world
coinage caused by the withdrawal ol
gold for circulation and the substitu
tion of silver for it.
At the same time producing cen
ters all over the world have suffered :
curtailment of output. Mexico, due
to internal conditions, is producing
only 40 per cent of its normal sup
ply, it was said, while in the United
States there has also been a reduc
tion. The world's supply of the
metal is well ahead with a prospect
of high prices for some time to come.
Try the Journal-Miner for artistic
Instruments Filed as Recorded
By the Prescott Title Co.
- September 4, 1917.
David C. Heckle files notice of pre
emption right on 5cc. 35, 9X., IE.
Haydce Lane, ct al, to Ira L. Hart.
Rill of sale. Two-thirds interest in
cattle and range rights, 'Coconino for
Vernon Slinkard locates Squaw
Camp mine. Big Bug district.
F. D. Whitney and wife to Mrs.
Katie Bassctt. Tract near Mayer.
Haydce Lane and wife, ct al, to Ira
L. Hart. Two-thirds interest ill XW
'4 of XEM. Sec 34, 17X., 5E.
M. M". Walker to Frcssic Walker.
Lots 6 and 7, Block 7, Mayer.
Chester Jordan to Mrs. W. A. Jor
dan. Tower of attorney. Grants
powers concerning Monday group of
mines, Verde district.
J. W. Hcitgcn, et al, locate Russell
mine, Pine Grove district.
Hary M. Eckel locates Opher mine.
McDonald Bywatcrs locates six
mines, Agua Fria district.
Jos. Patton to W. S. Johnson. One
fourth interest in Copper State Xo. 3
W. S. Johnson, ct al, locate Copper
State Xo. 3, mine.
Ilassayampa Alfalfa Farms Co. to
Chas. A. Hadlock. ct al. XJ of SW
"4.. Sec. 35, 16X., 2W.
Bank of Arizona to Chas. T. Jos
lin. All interest in Whipple Heights
Lawrence Grchan to Eliz. Scburg.
Lot 6, Block E, Jerome.
Antonio Rodriguez to David Ga
lindo. Lot at SE corner Rich and
Second Sts., and Lots 11 and 12,
Block 1, Jerome.,
Roy Van Dcren and wife tc Au
gust and Hugo Thorbcckc. X"4 of
SW-4, Sec. 15, 15X., 4E.
Matt Shea and wife to Tony Rod
riguez. Lots 11 and 12, Block 1,
Antonio Rodriguez to David Galin
do. Lot 24, Block 13, Jerome.
Lawrence Grchan to Mrs. E. Sc
burg. Lot 5, Block E, Jerome.
September 5, 1917.
Frank Dantcs to Julc Maurcl. Op
tion. Hidden Treasure Xos. 1, 2 and
3, Crcstone Dc Plata Xos 1 and 2 and
Peon Xos. 1, 2 and 3 mines, Hassay
Al Vroom locates two mines, Cop
per Basin district
F. J. Hobson locates five mines,
Agua Fria district
J. M. Cook, ct al. locate one oil
claim, Del Rio district
KEPT HER AWAKE
The Terrible Pains in Back and
Sides. Cardui Gave Relief.
Marksville, La. Mrs. Alice Johnson,
of this place, writes: "For one year I
suffered with an awful misery in my back
and sides. My left side was hurting me
all the time. The misery was something
1 could not do anything, not even sleep
at night. It kept me awake most of the
night ... I took different medicines, but
nothing did me any good or relieved me
until I took Cardui . . .
I was not able to do any of my work
for one year and I got worse all the time,
was confined to my bed off and on. I got
so bad with my back that when 1 stooped
down I was not able to straighten up
again ... I decided I would try Cardui
. . . By time I had taken the entire bottle
I was feeling pretty good and could
straighten up and my pains were nearly
I shall always praise Cardui. I con
tinued taking it until I was strong and
well." If you suffer from pains due to
female complaints, Cardui may be just
what you need. Thousands of women
who once suffered in this way now praise
Cardui for their present good health.
Give it a trial. NC-133
J. L. Dillon locates two mines,
Chas. J. Xippa to Howard Harr.
Bill of sale. Furniture and fixtures
in building at 210 South Montezuma
Win. Shaw to Frank Olzer. South
45 feet of east 110 feet of Lot 20,
Block 13, Mocllcr Addition, Prescott.
Pete Briato to Mrs. A. W. Switen
dick. Bill of sale. Cows and calves
September 6, 1917.
J. G. Brown and wife to Dea Foo.
Lot 5, Block 6, Cottonwood Addition,
Charles C. Kccler and wife to
Henry A. Damcron. Lots 10 and 20,
Block" 2, Mocllcr Addition, Prescott
Annie Eckert and husband to Mary
H. Baxter. Xorth 38 feet of Lot 10,
Block 8, Prescott; also all of Lot 8,
Block 8, Prescott
September 7, 1917.
George D. Case and George Mit
chell locate 11 mines, Verde district.
Michael C. Loftus to John J. Stan
ton. Power of attorney. To enter
into partnership agreement with Wm.
Michael C. Loftus to Wm. J. Tay
lor. Bill of sale. One-half interest
in building, fixtures, stock and good
will, located on Lots 44 and 46, Construction-
Camp Addition, Clarkdalc.
John A. Morrow and F. E. Hollcn
back incorporate Globe Arizona Con
solidated Copper Co. Capital stock,
?5,000,000: principal office, Prescott.
Jasper N. Xcllis , ct al, locate four
mines. Black Canyon district.
M. A. Lawler locates Keynote mine.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
Xotice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of stockholders of Je
rome Copper Mining Company, an
Arizona corporation, will be held at
the office of the company, the same
being the Law Office of Robt. E.
Morrison, 3S-40 Bank of Arizona
Building, in Prescott. Arizona, at the
hour of 10 o'clock A. M., on the Sth
day of October, 1917, at which meet
ing a board of directors of said com
pany will be elected, andsuch other
business transacted as may properly
come before said meeting.
Dated, Prescott, Arizona, Sept. 11,
F A. KASTXER, President
G. X. HOFFMAN, Secretary.
(W) First pub. Sept 12 4t.
In the Superior Court of Yavapai
County, State of Arizona.
Marie Griffin, Plaintiff, versus:
Charles A. Griffin, Defendant
Summons Xo. 6815. .
Action brought in the Superior
Court of Yavapai County, State of
Arizona. The State of Arizona Sends
Greetings to Charles A. Griffin.
You arc hereby summoned and re
quired to appear in an action brought
against you by the abovenamed plain
tiff in the Superior Court of Yavapai
County, State of Arizona, and an
swer the complaint filed with the
Clerk of this Court at Prescott, in
said County (a copy of which com
plaint accompanies this Summons),
within twenty days (exclusive of the
day of service), after the service upon
you of this Summons, if served in
this County: in all other cases thirtj
days, after the service of this. Sum
mons upon you (exclusive of the day
And you arc hereby notified that if
you fail to appear and answer the
complaint as above required, plain
tiff will take judgment by default
against you and judgment for costs
and disbursements in this behalf ex
pended. Given Under My Hand and Seal of
Said Court, at Prescott, this 25th day
of June, A. D. 1917.
(Seal). P. J. FARLEY, Clerk.
By . I. JOXES, Deputy.
(W), Sept 12 5t.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
SURVEY AND WITHDRAWAL
Under Acts of Congress, Approved
August 18, 1894, and June 20, 1910.
Application for Survey No. 56.
Office of the Governor,
State House, Phoenix, Arizona.
Xotice is hereby given that applica
tions, dated August 3, 1917, signed by
the Governor of Arizona, the State
Land Commissioner and the Attorney.
General of Arizona, was made to the
Commissioner of the General Land
Office, Washington, D. C, for the
survey and withdrawal, pursuant to
the provisions and by authority of
the Act of Congress, approved June
20, 1910 (36 Stats., 568), and other
Acts and parts of Acts made applic
able thereto, of the lands embraced
in the following townships in Yava
pai County, viz:
Township 44 North, Range 6 Enrrtri
Sections 25 to 36 inclusive.
Township U'z Xorth, Range 8
Township 14 North, Range 9
(Township 15 North, Range 9
.West, All r
(All in G. & S. R. M.)
Xotice is therefore given that all
unsurvejed lands above designated
' 1 1 -. 1 . 1 1
nave Dcen wnnurawn anu rcscrveu
from and after August 8, 1917, the
date of receipt by the Commissioner
of the General Land Office, of the
aforesaid joint application for survey
and withdrawal, which said withdraw
al will continue until expiration of
sixty days after the date of filing in
the United States Land Office, at
Phoenix, Arizona, of the official plats
of the survey of said fractional town
ships, during which time the State of
Arizona will have the exclusive right
to select, through its legally consti
tuted authorities, any of the lands em
braced within the said townships
which are not included in any adverse
Dated at Phoenix, Arizona, August
THOMAS. E. CAMPBELL,
Governor of Arizonx
Date of first pub. Aug. 29, 1917.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Superior Court of the County
of Yavapai, State of Arizona.
In the M'atter of the Estate of Charles
B. Weil, Deceased. Xotice to
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned administrator, with the
will annexed, of the cstatcof Charles
B. Weil, deceased ,to the creditors ol
and all persons having claims against
the said deceased to exhibit them with
the necessary vouchers within ten
(10) months after the first publication
of this notice to the said administra
tor, with the will annexed, at his
office, Pythian Building, Prescott,
Arizona, the same being the place for
the transaction of the business of said
estate in the County of Yavapai,
Stale of Arizona.
Dated, August 31st, 1917.
RICHARD LAM SOX,
'Administrator with the Will
(W) First publication Aug. 22, 1917.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Walter L. Roberts, de
ceased. Xotice is hereby given by the
undersigned, administratrix of the
estate of Walter L. Roberts, deceased,
to the creditors of and all persons
having claims against the said de
ceased, to exhibit them, with the
necessary vouchers, within Ten
months after the first publication ot
this notice to the said administratrix
at Room 26, Bank of Arizona Build
ing, Prescott, Arizona, the same be
ing the place for tire transaction of
the business of said estate, in said
County of Yavapai.
ADA PRICE ROBERTS,
Administratrix of the Estate of
Walter L. Roberts, Deceased.
(W) August 15 5t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Albert B. Kellogg, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, executor of the will of Albert
B. Kellogg, deceased, to the creditors
of and all persons having claims
against the said deceased, to exhibit
them, with the necessary vouchers,
within ten months after the first pub
lication of this notice to the said ex
ecutor at the office of Mitchell & Lin
ney, Bashford Building, Prescott.
Arizona, the same being the place for
the transaction of the business of said
estate, in said County of Yavapai.'
CHAS. H. HOOKER,
Executor of the Will of Albct
B. Kellogg, Deceased.
Dated, Prescott, Ariz., this 14th day
of August, 1917.
(W) August 15 4t.
To J. C. TOVREA. his heirs, ex
ecutors, administrators and assigns:
You arc hereby notified that I have
expended during the year 1913 Five
Hundred Dollars in labor and im
provements upon the following min
ing claims situated in the Blue Tank
mining district, Yavapai county, Ari
zona: Little Annie, Golden Treas
ure, Xorth Star, Copper Bottom,
Home Stake, notice of location ol
which is of record in Book 83 of
Mines, at page 366, records of Yava
pai county, Arizona, in order to hold
said claims under the provisions of
Section 2324 of the Revised Statutes
of the United States, and the amend
ment thereto approved January 22,
1SS0, concerning annual labor upon
mining claims being the amount re
quired to hold said claims for the
period ending the 31st day of Decem
ber, 1913. And if, within ninety days
from the personal service of this no
tice, or within ninety days from the
publication thereof, you fail or refuse
to contribute your proportion of such
expenditure as a co-owner, which
amounts to $250, your interest in the
claim will become the property of the
subscriber, your co-owner, who has
made -thc required cxpenditnnrrTjy .the
terms of said section.
WM. X. KEXT.
Dated at Prescott, Arizona, this
10th day of February, 1914.
First pub. July 18, 1917 14t (W).