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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE. ARIZONA. TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1911. PAGE SEVEN - k P ; awts)n WHEN A MAN MARRIES S E2BX3H9SrSS&Sb4 Continued We find"" a long- conference in the nail, with Bella sitting red-eyed and objecting to every suggestion we toad. And finally we arranged ts ehut Jim up in one of the servants' iedrooms with a sheet wrung; out of disinfectant hung over tbe door. Bella eaid she woaM sit outside in the hall and read to him through the closed door, fo finally he gave a grudging consent Rat he was In an awful hu xaor. Max and Dal .put on rubber cloves and helped him over, and they eald afterward that tbe way he talked was fearful. And there was a tete Xbose In the maid's room, and he kept asking -for things every five mi Kites, .When the debtor came he said it was too early to tell positively, and 1 he ordered him liquid diet and sold he would be back that evening. nic luc uiei icttras m uacx iu ( the famine. After they bad moved j lira, Mr. H&rbbfcm went beck to then telephone, and found everything aa i It should be. So he followed the tele phone wire, and the rest followed him. 1 did not: He bed systematical-1 ly Ignored me all morning after hav ing dared to kiss me the night before. And any other man I knew, after look ing at me the way ho bad looked a dozen times, would have beon at least reasonably glad to Bad me free and unmarried. But it was clear that he was not: I wondered it he was the Mad of man who always makes love to the other man's wife ard runs like zaad when she Is left a widow, or gets a divorce. i And Jest when I had decided that I hated blm, and that there was one man I knew who wouia never make love to a woman whom be thought 1 married and then be very d'gnlSed and aloof when be found she wasn't, I ) heard what was wrong with the tele-1 phone wire. j It had been "cut! Cut through with a pair of silver manicure scissors j 1-1-1 .1-- 11.1 1 4 ,- . I room, where Aunt Sellna slept! Tbe -..,. . "--" " into vac nouse, just uauer a window, and the scissors still lay on the slIL It was mysterious enough, but no ese was Interested in the mystery Just then. We wanted food, and want ed It at once. Mr. Harbison fixed the ;wire, and the first thing we did, of course, was to order something to eat 'Aunt Sellna went to bed just after luncheon with indigestion, to the re lief of every one in the bouse. She Sad been most unpleasant all morn Ins. When she found herself 11L how ever, eho insisted on having Bella, ' And that made trouble at once. Wo found Bella with her cheek agilnst j the door Into Jim's room, looking maudlin while be shouted love mes- cages to her from the other side. At first she refused to stir, but after ( Anne and Max bad tried and failed, , the rest of us went to her In a body and implored her We said Aunt Sellna was in awful shape which j she was, as to temper and that she lad thrown a mustard plaster at Anne, which was true. So Bella went, grumbling, and Jim "was a maniac. We bad not thought It would be so bad for Bella, but Aunt Eelina fell asleep soon after she took charge, holding Bella's hand, and slept for three hours and never let go! About two that afternoon the sun came out, and the rest of us went up to the roof. The sleet had melted and "Do you mean 7" the air was fairly warm. Two house malds dusting rugs on the top of the Beit house came over and stared at us, and somebody in an automobile down on Riverside drive stood up and waved at us. It was vsry cheer fal and hopelessly lonely. I str.yed on the roof after tbe oth ers had gone, and for some time I ittteugat I was .alone. . After a while. ;( aemBasBKSSEBEnBCBS I got -a whiff of" ssdES; 57 XS.S& 1 taw Mr. Harbison far over In tbe cor ner, one toot en the parapet, moodily stacking a pipe. He was gazing .out over the river, and paying no atten tion to me. This was natural, con sidering that 1 had hardly spoken to him all day. I would not let him drive me away, so I cat still, and It grew darker and colder. Ho filled his pipe now and then, but he never looked In my di rection. Finally, however, as it grew very dusk, he knocked tho ashes out and cams' toward me. "I am going to make a request. Hiss McN''Jr,"'he said evenly. "Pleaso keep off tbe roof after sunset. - There are reasons." I had risen and was preparing to go downstairs. "Cnles I know the reasons, I re fuse to do anything of the kind," 1 re torted. He bowed. "Then the door will be kept lock ed" he rejoined, sad opened it for me. He did not follow rue, but steed watching until I was dawn, and I beard him cloco tho root door firmly behind me. CHAPTER XXI. A Bar of Soap. Late that evening Betty Mercer and Dallas were writing verses of eoatfo lenoe to be signed by all of s ami put under the door into Jim's roam when BoHa came running down the stair. Dal was reeding the first verse when she oajne. "Listen to thin, Ben." he said irlumrhaailr: There was a fat artist namit Jes, WUn nuettr eaJM his fr!ds aea. tVtwn. altho ahat us tfakt. V4 brotrc ant ttor Hr With a rasa that is maddening, he c- Then he caught sight of Bolla'a faee as she stood in tbe dopway,and stopped. "Jim is delirious C4 she announced tragically. "Toe shut blm In there all "alone and now he's delirious. I'll never forgave any of you." "EeUrieea!" everybody oxelaimed. "He wan nan eaeogn wcn T took: him bis cMlcken broth," Mr. Harm'son said. "He was almost Qoont" "He Is stark, staring crazy," Bella Insisted hysterically. "I I locked the door carefully when I went down to my dinner, and when I came up it it was unlocked, and Jim was . babbling on the bed, with a sheet over his face. He be says the house Is haunted and he wants all tbe men to come up and. sit In the room with him." "Not on your life," Mas said. "'I am young, and my career has only begun. I don't Intend to be cut oS in the tower of my youth. But III UU you what I'll do; III take htm a drink. I can tie it to a pole or something." But Mr. Harbison aid cot smile. Ho was thopghtful tor a minute. Then: "I dos't beifeve he is delirious," ho said quietly, "and I wouldn't be sur prised if he has happened on some thing that will be of general Inter est. I think I will stay with him to night." After that, of course, none of the others would confess that he was afraid, so with the South American leading, they all went up-stalrs. The I women of tbe party sat on tbe lower steps and listened, but everything was, quiet. Now and then we could bear the sound of voices, and after a while there was a rapid slamming of doors and the sound of some one running down to the second floor. Then quiet again. None of us felt talkative. Bella had followed the men up and had beon put out, and sat sniffling by herself in tho den. Aunt Sellna was working over a jig-saw puzzle in the library, and de claring that some of It must be lost. Anne and Leila Mercer were embroid ering, and Betty and I sat Idle, our hands in our laps. The whole atmoi phere of the house was mysterious. Anne told over again of the strange noises the night her necklace as stolen. Betty asked me about tho time when the comfort slipped from under my fingers. And when, in tho midst of the stury. the lepbone rang, we all jumped and shrieked. (Continued tomorrow.) Legal Advertisements PUBLICATION United States I.and Office. Phoenix, Arizona, May 6. 191L Serial No. 014302. Notice is hereby given that John H PaEC, of Phoenix, County of Mari copa. Territory of Arizona, the legal asslgnpe of Geo. R. Hays, Adminis trator of the estate of Mansel C Mason, deceased, has filed In this office his application to enter nndcr the provisions of Sections 2306 and 1307 or tbe Revised Statutes of the t'nlted States, tbe following de scribed land, viz: S. w. M. S. W. Vt, Section 15. Township 23 South, Range 22 East. Acy and all porenns claiming ad versely the lands described, or de siring to object because of the min eral character of the land, of for any other reason, to the disposal to ap plicant, should file tbelr affidavits of protest In this office on or before tho 23rd day of June, 1911. FRANK H. PARKER, Register. First publication May 18, 19U. Last publication June IT, 191L NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of tbe Interior. O. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arix. May 13, 1811. NOTICE is hereby given that Morris H. Jones of Naco, Arizona, who, on April Bth, 1909, made home stead entry No. 05518, for EHSE',4 SectloB 7, EKNEU. Settle 18. Townhlp 24S, Fanse 24E, O. &. S. R. Meridian, has filed notice of totes tioa to make flsal eemB&utatle Legal Advertisements root to establish claim to the land above described, before J. D. Taylor, United States commissioner, at. Ulsbee, Ariz, on tho 23rd day of June. 1911. Claimant names at winesses: EDWARD A. FOLSOM. WILLIAM IL F1TZHERBERT. HENRY IL BALMFOLK. HjERBERT E. BRYANT, all of Naco, Atiz. FRANK H. PARKER. Res s'er. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. U. 8. Land Office at Puoenlx, Ariz. Nay 4. 191L NOTICE Is hereby given that Fe lix M. Abrams, of Naco. Arizona, who, on October 24, 1903, iiade homestead entry. No. 01618 for S4NLii. SEV4NW, NWtfSEW Section 8, Township 24 S, Ranfo 2i B.. O &. S. R. Meridian, has niea notice of Intention to maise Flnei Five Year Proof, to esVibllsb claim to tbe. land abovo described, before J. D. Taylor, U. S. Commlsslcner, at Blsbee. Arizona, on the 10th day of June, 1111. Claimant names as witness: WILLIAM AU?RKD, DON L. I MOSS. CHASB U PUKDY. J. J. NKWELL. all at Naco,. Aril. FRANK IL PAttKBR. RegfBtor. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE TERRITORY OF ARIZOMA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY Oc COCHISE. Mrs. Elizabeth Hamlelt Gillespie Plaintiff. vs. W. W. Whaler, and Sarah Whale his wife. Henry Forrest and An drea Forrest his wife, and th First National Hank of Glob Arizona. Defendants Sheriffs Sale No. B200. Under and by virtue of an oMer of sale lsucd out of the Dtst'lc Court of the Second Judicial DistriH of tbe Territory of Arizona, la ind r the founty of Cochise, on the 1st day of May. 19: 1. in the above nti ler action. whoroJD, Mrt EllzRheth Hamlett Gillespie ibe above named Plaintiff obtained a judgment aaalnst . W. Wheley. ard Sarah Whaler his wife. Henrv Forest and ndree Forrest bis wife ad tbe Firrt Nn. tlonal Bank of Globe, Arizona. De fendants, on tbe 2Jh day of Ajtril. 1911. tor the sum o' Sevw TUcnsand Viae Hundred and Fifty Four 68lO S7,954G8) dollars In lawfii) raone of the United States, besides inter st, costs and accruing costs. I am "orarannded to ssll that cenaln lot piece or parct: of real estate, elf uate in the City of Blsbee. County of CochlSe. Territory of Arizona, and described as follows: "Lot mirabe'ed Twenty Three 123). In Block numbered Four i) or the City of Blaliee. County of Co chtse. Territory of Arizona." Publlo notice Is hereby given tha on the 31st day of May. 1911, at 2 o'clock p. m. of that day at Jie 'ourt House Coor In the Clfr "' Tombstone In the said County of Co chise. 1 wiu sell tie above descnDea nropertv, or so macb thereof as ns he necessary to satisfy plaintiffs claim, with Interest, costs and ar rulng costs to the highest and best hldder for cash Torabstcne, Arizona, May 6th, 1911 J 3HN F. WHITE, Sheriff. A. A. HOPKINS. By Deputy Sheriff. NOTICE FOR' PUBLICATION. Department of The Interior. U. S. Land Office at Phoenix. Ariz. Mat 4. 1911. NOTiCE Is hereby tfven that James Maurice Pecker. 9f Lowell. rlzona. who. on March 26. 1906, made Homestead entiy. No. 03392. for SNK. SEV4NW. NEy4SW. cetlon 32, Township 22 S Range 2t E. G & S. R. Meridian, has fllcl notice of intention to make Final Fivb Tear Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before J. "U Taylor. U. a Commissioner, at Bis- aee, Arizoja, on the 10th day of June, 1'Jll. Claimant names as witnesses: W. J. RUCASTLE. of Blsbee. Ariz. PRESTON FLETCHER, of Lowell. Ariz. WILLIAM G. MILIER, of Blsbee, Ariz. O. A. JONES, of Blsbee, Ariz. FRANK H. PARKER, Register. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHv ORDER OF SALE OF REAl ES TATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE. In the Pror'atft Court of the :ounty of Cocbiso. Territory of Ari zona. In the matter cf the esate of Don i d McPhunn. deceased. it appearing to this court, by the petition this day presented ana niea tnr C W. Hicks, one of the adminis trators of the estate of Donald Mc- PlM'nn. deceased, tnil It Is necessary to sell tbe whole of the real estate of said decedent to pay the debts of decedent and tho expenses and chatges- of administration. It is therefore ordet-ed by this couri: That all persons interested In the estate of said deceasod appear be fore the said Probate Court on Mon day, tho 6th day of June, A. D. 1911 at the hour of 1 o'clock p. m. sf said day, at the court room of said court, at the court house In the city of Tombstone. Cochise county, terri tory of Arizona, to show cause why as order should not be granted to said C W. Hicks, as such adminis trator, to sell the said real estate. and that a copy of this order be pub Ushed four successive weeks in tbe Blsbee Dally Review, a aewspeper srinted and published la the said county of Cochise. Dated May 3, 191L FRANK W. GOODBODY, Jodge of the Preette Court. LODGE NOTICES MASONIC CALENDAR WEEK ENDING JUNE 3, ?9tl. ' ! Ho1 U Tuesday tHlnewlay . JS? Frtda twey .. .,i, J. T. ARRAMS. W. M. E. L. BLAIR. Secy. F. & A. M. H. W. JORGENKN..H. P. C. F PHILBROOK. E C. W. R. BANKS, Secy. R. A. M. & K. T, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS j Rrthbone roaso. No. 10 Knights of Pythias mofkr thtt ftrfit. ocond i and fourth Tuesdays of each month in Pythtta k . ie v leiuog worn- j U .s cordla!l Invited. I T! n. MATHEWS. C. O. J. C. KRIOBAUM. K ot it. a. ORDER Of EASTERN STXR Pearl Chapter No. 6 Meets lo Masonic Hall Secttid and Fourth Wedneftdos ot each monib. BHs M Perrr. W. U. Katherine Watt. Sec. W. 0. w. Woodmen of the World Meet ft Fait hall .the second and fourth Mmiliii of each month. VlsHlng brothers Invited to attend. ur.u. n. wauc, u C V THOMAS PIT B. P. 0. ELKS Blsbee Lodge. No C71. meets first and third TiiAiulavs of each month at Elksl Club House. Visiting brothern cordially incited. Sam Franto nburg Exalted Ruler. Secretary T. O. McGRATH. M.W.A.' nibe Camp No 13,416 Modern Woodmen of America, meet! ec- md ard forth Thumdays In 1 O O F hall Visiting nflphbrrs are tuvtted to attend IL Lv MOTZ, Clerk. J D. TAYLOR, Consul. ORDER OF OWLS no. 12ttS 1st & 3: odd Fcllfs HalL Brotherhood of American Yoemen Richard I. Homestead 893 meets second and fourth Tuesdas at Odd Fellows Hall, Visltitg Archers are cordially Invited. p n 5Tlvsn:C rorem-m W. W GTDLEY. correspondent Box 98. . I. 0. R. M. Meets etery Thursday evening at 7 30 o clock in iytnian tjasue. u visiting Red Men welcome. Wm. BUCKETT, Sacbera. F. C. FENDERSON, K. of R. M D. COHEN, Medicine Man T. F. B. FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD Blsbee Lodge No. 452 meets every Wednesday evening at Fair Hall Visiting members cordially Invited BENJAMIN MOSS, President BARUAP.A SHEARER. Secretary S0N0RA LODGE NO. 23 I. 0. 0. F Cananca. Mexico meets every Monday at 8 p. m. In Masonic Hall. Visiting brother cordially Invited. V. H. EARP. N. G. JOSEPH HOWARD. Secy. BISBEE LODGE NO. 10. I. 0. 0. F. meets every A'Adnpftdnv even ing In Ode1 Fellows HalL Main St. Visiting brothers are cordially In vited to atterd. W. A. RICHARDS, N. G. P. J. ATTAWAY. Secretary F. O. E. Blskeo Aerie 75. F. O. E, mets tlrst and third Mondays, 8 p. m. Fair Hall. Visitors cordially wel comed. Wm. BLCKETT. M. D. COHEN. President Aerie Physician. Do We are taxless to bsve jm fed eat sfeeat thea Tberwnl Interest yea irke Ysta'reia seed of priatisg YOU Know About OUR Prices 9 Sjjfl B&v C7 ygj 11 ?"V 1" 7?& . iiy t J&V na 4annW fannn j:BJa, -Z? ' 4 "V O. W ill m; MiS,M& DAILY REVIKW WANT ADS. Advertisements under this head r-Jn at the rati of 1 cent per word with a minimum charm- of or. (cents for each Insertion. Advertisements must riach The Review office not later than 8 p. m. for In sertion In the nxt mornlnfl's pjper. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Horse, fcasajr and har-, nesa. Gentle family horse. Ad-. drone Box S75. Ulsbee. TfT PTH Vat -t.... T1.II.J llNuL lees Triesraph Preferred Stock ' to MM TanteedenuiJ S, r:s$ir.blaBte8,. USTroI Arkansas. 2? I FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE -On School Hill, three houses, almost new, and six tots. Pr'ce 14.000. Rented for $75 per month. $2,000 cash, uelatire monthly Installments, no Interest Address P. O. Box SS4. Cl'y. 12S HELP WANTED WANTED A middle aged woman to do sewing and housework fwr fam ily of two. Fair nay and a good home for the right persjtt. Ad di ess P. O. Box M, Naoo, Art zona. 22 WANTED Barber. Must be fiist class man Inquire Copper Queen Hotel. 3ia j WANTED Girl Tor general house work. Apply Mrs. Roger T. Pel ton, Quality Hill. 263 WANTED Men and wrong boys No expenbe to learn trade; 300 stu dents, $20,000 contract Jolis: work half, study half the time. Automo biles, electricity, plumbing, brick laying. Free catalogue. United Trade School Contracting Co- Los Angeles BOARD AND ROOMS WANTED A few boarders, with or' without rooms. Home cooking. Mrs. M. E. Dunn, large jello" house back of Lafayette house. Brewery Gulch. 220 Legal Advertisements NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Dennis" E. Twomey, oe ceasod. Notice is hereby ghen b the undersigned, the administrate of the estate of Lennls E. Twomey deceased, to the creditors of and al persons haing claims against th said deceased, to exhibit them, wltl the necessary vouchers, within foui months after the first publication o this notice to the said adminlstratoi at tbe office or Alexander Murry, Mu hoim building, lu the city of Biabee attorney for said administrator, th same being the place for the transac tion of the business of said estate, ir. said county of Cochise. JOHN TWOMEY. Administrator of the estate of Den nls E. Twowey, deceased. ALEXANDER MURRY, Attorney. Dated Blsbee. -'Arizona, this 23rr day. of May. 191L First publication May Z3ra, iii. NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS Notice is hereby given that the Board of School Trustees of School District No. 3, Hereford, Cochise County, Arizona, will recelvo sealed bids for the sale of school bonds, which will be opened June 1st, 1911. at 1 o'clock p. m. of said dav. at the office of Guy a -Welch. Clerk of Mid Board of Trustees. Hereford. Arizona. The amount of said bonds is tl.SOO.00. being three bonds of the denomination of $500.00 to run for the following periods of time- One f said bonds to run for a period of Five Years, and two of said bonds to ran for a period of Ten Years, ell to bear Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from dat It Is provided that the whole or anv part thereof may be paM at anv time, principal and Interest aftei five years, at the option of tho StejfcljEt A Want Ad Will Always Make A Hit When You Need Anything FOR RENT HOUSES FOR RBNT Famished Tour room house with )tiaao. Johnson Addi won. Imiulre Busy Bte Cafe, Low ell. or Btooee. Ariz. 6f ' " M1 ' K0R RJT-Four room noose; H JnTenieBC. Apply W. ' ?"f' ' stcre ' FOR RENT Three room bouse. In- i cmlre I4. Ywngblood Hill. , yOK RENT PfVe room honso. Du- lacker Canyon. Apply 214A Nneo : itoad. 299 I UK KKN'T Three room noose closo in. on O K street. $10. Inquire j Review office FOR RENT A nicely furnished two room cottage Inquire S Masot Hill, or George Roberts. Main St "That gviod place to eat" 151 FOR RENT ROOMS' FOR RENT Sicely furnished frot mnm pIik, in 70 'lxivria HII FOR RENT FnrnJshed housekeep ing rooms. Mrs. Berg, Warren. 292 FOR RENT Two three-room flats, fitrnlshed or unfurnished. Apply Logan & Haines building, Naco Rcad 317 FOR RENT Three furnished rooms (vr light housekeeping, cl ne In. C. II. Vail, at Copper Queen Li brary. 307 FOR RENT Four rooms. Johnson Addition. Apply 213A Naco Road. 299 FOR RENT Three nicely furnlshet rooms. 23 Upper Lowell tnqulr at office of Copper Queen store Lowell. 1S5 PALMER HOTEL European, room single or en suite. Rates reason able. D4 West First South street Salt Lake City. One block fron Temple. S. W. Dobson, Prop. H Board ot School Trustees of Sctx i JJidtrict No. 3. All bidders must deposit with i County Treasurer, C W. Hick, Tombstone. Arizona, ten per cent ol ine amount of the bid as a km ir antec that tbe bidder Hill enter into an agreement with said Board of Trustees to purchase said bonds in case an award Is made. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids or parts of bids, and the bonds can not be bold for less than par value. Address all bids to Guy C. Welch, Clerk of the Board of Trustees, Dis trict No. S, Hereford, Arizona, and mark plainly oa the outside of the envelope: Bids for School Bonds. By order of the Board. G. J. McCABE, Chairman. Attest: H. E. Berner. Clerk. NOTiCE OF APPLICATION FOR LETTERS OF ADMIN ISTRATION In the Probate Court of the County of Cochise, Territory of Ari zona. In the matter of the estate of Elena Korpp, deceased. Notice is hereby given that John Kcrpp has filed with the clerk of this court a petition praying far let ters of administration of the es lato of Elena Korpp, deceased, and that Tuesday, the 6th day of June, 1911, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day at the Cochise county courthouse. In Tombstone, county aforesaid, has been set for bearing said petition when and where any person inter ested may appear and show cause why the said petition should not be granted. Dated May 23, 1911. J. E. JAMES. Cleric (10 publications.) PUBLICATION United States Land Office. , rnnemx. Arizona, Jcay e. ijii. Serial No. 014303. Notice Is hereby given that John iH. Page, of Phoealx, County of Mart- Jill WANTED TO BUY WANTED- To buy a dwelling house sl'.oated in South Biabee. Must be cheap. Addreaa Box 1336. Biabee. JK7 FOR REHT MISCELLANEOUS FOK RENT Fully equipped saloon la Lowell, no city license. Coast and government license paid t Jaly 8, 11. Investigate this &: It one 106 or P. O. Box 300. Lo" l Aril. 5y MISCELLANEOUS 3TORGE, STORAGE Pianos, rtrr n'.ture, etc. Everything bongbt sold, exchanged. Standard Fur allure Co, Allen Block 1S ADVERTISERS The great State of North Dakota offers unlimited op portunities for business to classi fied advertisers. The recognized advertising medium is the Farga Dally and Sunday Courier-News, the only seven-day paper In the state and tbe paper which carries tbe largest amount of classified ad vertising Tho Courier-News covers North Dakota like a blanket; reaching all parts o fthe state the day or publication; it Is tbe paper to uso In order to get results; rates one cent per word first insertion, one-half cent per word succeed ing Insertion; fifty cents per line per month Address The Courier News, Fargo, N. D. WANTED TO BUY SECOND HAND FURNITURE. Also sell and exchange all kinds of furniture. E. O. Branson, Dobson House. John son Addition. LOST ..sr- id medal for watch fob. S'Eirf .craved on back. A. RoW RfVurn to Review. Reward. 314 .i Territory of Arizona, tho legal pthienee of Benjamin L. Harrison, 'licinlstrator of the Estate or 1 r.omas H. Morian, deceased, has Hied in this office his application to enter under tho provisions of Sec tions 2306 and 2307 of the Revised Statutes or the United States, tho following described land, viz: B. 14, S. W. , Section 1C. Town ship 23 South. Range 22 East. Any and all person 9 claiming ad versely the lands described, or de siring to cbject because of tho win eral character of the land, or for any other reasons, to the disposal to applicant, should file their affidavits of protect In this office on- or before the 2rd day of June. 191L FRANK H. PARKER. Register First publication May IS, 1911. Last publication June 17, 1911. PUBLICATION United States Land Office, rhoenlx, Arizona, May 5, 1911. - Serial No. 014301. Notice Is hereby given that Johi. IL Pa?o, of Phoenix, County of Mari copa, Territory of Arizona, the lesal assignee of IL T. Mason. Adminis trator of the estate of Charles E. Waist, deceased, bos filed In this office his application to enter under the provisions ot Sections 2305 and 2307 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, tho following de scribed land, viz: N. W. S. W. U. Section 15. Township 23 South, Range 22 East. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the lands described, or desir ing to object because of the mineral" character of t! ) land, or for any other reason, to tho disposal to ap plicant, should flic their affidavits of protest In this office on or seforo the 23rd day of June, 191L FRANK H. PARKER, Register. First publication May 18, 191L Last publication June 17. 1911. SUBSCRIBE TO THE REVIEW t 1 i 7 i ti.