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THE WILLIAMS NEWS
7 Territorial News Items Of General Interest Gleaned From Our Exchanges THE BALL OPENED. Salt U Instituted to Recover Public FuimLs Illegally Paid Out. Smith & Ives, attorneys for Thomas F. Wilson, have entered suit in the district court of the third judicial district in and for Maricopa county against N. O Murphy, Geo. W. Vickers, T. V. Pemberton and B. Ileyman to re cover various sums of money ' al leged to have been paid out of the territorial treasury to the defend ant Murphy, by the other defend ants. The complaint sets forth that on or about the 17th of May, 1899, the defendant Vickers, as auditor issued a warrant to the order of the defendant Murphy in the sum of $128.25. That the said warrant had been paid by the defendant Pemberton out of the territorial funds in his charge and that the said Murphy had received the said money, the proceeds of the said warrant to his own use. That the said warrant was drawn against the fund appropriated by sub-division 8, chapter 69, of the laws of 1899; that the same was issued upon an order of the de fendant Murphy, as governor, upon an alleged claim for office furniture for the governor's office. That no voucher in duplicate, or otherwise setting forth each and every item covered by said alleged claims, or any item whatsoever thereof, was certified by the gov ernor, or demanded or received by the said defendant Vickers, as auditor, or in any capacity whatso ever, and that the said sum of money was not expended by the governor for office furniture for the governor's office or for any public purpose whatsoever, and that the said warrant was issued without authority of law. That on or about the 10th of October, 1901, the plaintiff re quested the attorney general, in writing to institute suit in the name of the territory against the defend ants to recover three times the amount of the said warrant, to gether with interest and costs, and that the said attorney general has failed to institute such suit. Other causes for action were set forth fully in legal parlance, which for the convenience of the reader are briefed here: June 22, 1899, $55.80. June 23, 1899, $325. August 11, 1899, $53. 50. August 11, 1899, $50. August 31, 1899, $25. September 9, $35. September 9, $50. November 11 $250. December 7, $70. Septem ber 20, 1899, $300. March 10, $300. The plaintiff asks for judgment against defendants in the sum of $5,332.65, with interest. Guardian " ' Captain John Ilance, the Grand Canyon guide, is now superintend ent of the asbestos mines in the Grand Canyon. The recent pur chasers of the asbestos properties have organized a company for the development of the claims, and Captain Ilance, one of the former owners, has been placed in charge of them. lie will start work at once and during the winter wil employ twenty men. No asbestos will be shipped at present. The owners desire to develop their prop erty. Sun. me Arizona sportsmen s asso ciation will hold its 9th annual shooting tournament in Phoenix, beginning November 26th and last ing lor three daj-s. The arrange ments for the shooting are very elaborate, and there is a splendid lot of prizes to be shot for. A banquet will conclude the meeting. rwi rw a . . . i ne ouicers ox me territorial asso ciation are: J. M. Aikin, of Pres cott, president: II. J. Jess up, of Phoenix, treasurer; and W. Pinney, of Phoenix, secretary. At a special election held in St. Johns on the 9th, it was voted by by 95 to 16 that the saloons must go. The board of supervisors will meet eleven days after the election and canvass the returns, declare the result and issue an order pro hibiting the sale of intoxicating beverages. This order will be pub lished four weeks, after which pub lication woe be unto him who deals in the "cheering glass" in our burg on the Little Colorado. Snips. A correspondent writes that the cattlemen are all looking as though they have had good news from home. The rains of October were the best we have had for the season and put water out in the hills so that plenty is there to insure good feed for the winter, and what cattle have been shipped were in fine con dition. Post. ARE YOU DEAF? ANY HEAD NOISES? ALL CASES OK DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING ARE NOW CURABLE by our new invention. Only those bom deaf are incurable. HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY. r. A. WERMAN, OF BALTIMORE, 8AY81 a fr2'-" Bein tir'T5rr1 fnM. thank tovZt&l TOyoa a full history of my cue. to be used at your discretion. 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INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC, 596 LA SALLE AVE-, CHICAGO, ILL. For over Twenty-five Years Americans St&nd&rd High-grade ter-cer.T Cigaav MAAS BARUCli a CO., Distributors. LOS ANGELES, CAL. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Preacott. Arizona, November 9, 1901. Notice la hereby riven that the following. named settler baa filed notice of his Intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Clerk of tbe Probate Court, at Flagstaff, Arizona, on December 23. 19U1. vis: William Kay, of Williams, Ariaona. for tbe w'-i see. 82. tp. 21 n.. r. 4 e. He namea the followine wttiwoM ts " n u uuui roiauna noon, ana rumr.iinn of. said land, viz: miuam J. Lollard and Oeonre Robinson, of imams, Arizona, jonn isoynton, or Kboadee, Ariaona. and Joseph Dixon, of Bellemont, AMV1M. FREDERICK A. TRITLE. J-, Register. First publication November Is, 1901. .. . NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Luro OmcB at Paaacorr. A arson, October 24. 1901. Notice Is hereby riven that the following, tmed settler haa filed notiM of hii inintiii to make final proof in suDoort of his claim and that aaid proof will be mad before the Clerk of the Probate Court, at Flagstaff, Ariaona. on vw. v. iwt, vis. . Albert Lebsch. of William. Arizona, for tha ae' aec a. tp. 22 n.. r. 4 e. a namea in loi lowing witnesses to prove h is continuous residenoa unon. and enltiva.tion of. said land, vis: w. j. coiiard, of Williams, Aria.; Ben Wales, srney D. Fletcher and Wm- Donaldson, all of Rhode. Ariaona. FREDERICK A. TRITTLE. J a.. First publication October 30, 1901. NOTICE. Tbe undersirned owners of tbs Last Chance, Last Chance Extension, Amethyst and Ame thyst Extension mines, situated In Coconino county, Arizona, having bonded and leased the same, will not be responsible, either themselves or tha property, for any debts contracted for the same during th aaa period. T. A. FLEMING, JOHN L. DAVIS. William. Aria., Jon 24, 19U1. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Preacott, Arizona, October S, 1901. Notice 1 hereby given that the following, named settler baa filed notice of hi intention to make final proof in rapport of his claim, and that said proof will be mad before U. B. Court Commissioner at William. Ariaona. on Novem ber SO, 1901. vis: Oeorg W. Grose, of Williams, ihh, for tha wj nwX and wj rii sec 28. two. 23 n. r 4 e. He naaaea tha following witness to prove bis continuous residence noon, and cultivation of. aaid land, via: William Smoot, Jr., William Smoot. 8r Will iam Donaldson and Madison Grose, all of Will lama. Ariaona. FREDERICK A. TRITLE, J Register. First publication October 12. 1901. You get the best job printing at the News office.