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'K'SX:':-a'25'w':?:''i From Humboldt, City News In Brief xi G M Colvoccresses. ecneral man 's! aecr of the Cor.solidatsd Arizona. was- Jsja visiter last evening from hic home in Humboldt. l Southern Visitor, tji; Mr. J. F. EUittiorpe. of Memphis S;Tenn., arrived yesterday Jo spend the M Summer with her dauehter and son- wawsaSSC'Sr3 Kn.lav. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Fansler. i (From Thursday's Daily.) fcrom the Range. Range Visitors. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Thurston, of Oenega, the former one of the large cattle owners of the county, are in the city for a few days visiting with friends. Flagstaff Visitor. Miss Mhrie Hart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Hart, of Flagstaff, is a recent arrival to remain for Fron tier Days and is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Harbeson. Visitors From Mine. Miss Jessie T. Jones and brother, W. 11. Jones and wife, arc in the city from the Jcsmc camp in Chaparral, to remain for an extended viit with friends. Grateful For Aid. Mrs. S. H. Hill to whom $52.90 was given by the liberal people or Prcs cott for the building fund of the Mt. Olive Baptist church, desires in this manner to thank the donors. Come to Visit. Miss Ruby Kauffman and brother, Frank Kauffman, of Agua Fria, are visiting with friends in the city, this being the first trip of the former since leaving for the country to reside sev cral months ago. Brief Visit Colonel J. C Rankin, who is inter ested in mines in Big Bug district, was a brief visitor yesterday, leaving later for Chicago. lie is identified with the Henrietta, under operation by the Big Ledge Co. To Attend Funeral. C. F. Thornton, interested with Charles Kingley, whose death occur red a few days ago, was an arrival yesterday from Cordcs to attend the funeral today. They bad been mining partners for many years, and own de sirable properties in Big Bng district. Mining Business. J. A. Martin was an arrival yester day from Mayer, and leaves later for his holdings near Ramsgate. He re sumes, production after the Great Western smelter starts up, having a contract to furnish a large tonnage. Admitted to Home. W. A. Clark, for many years a resi dent of this county, and at one time an operator of the Alvarado mines in Fool's Gulch, has been admitted to the Pioneers' Home in this city. In recent years he suffered a general breakdown in health. Getting Lively. X. H. Getchcll was a visitor yester day from his Cash camp, where he reports development as going ahead with a small force, while adjacent new camps are operating, and the general outlook is better than in many years for several properties to be in action later in the Summer. Buys a Hup. M. I- Bnrkhead, representing the Borderland Motor Co., of Phoenix, who has a carload of Hupmobilcs here, sold a five-passenger model to G. E. Mbany, last Monday. Mr. Mean tested out the machine on a 40-mile drive Sunday and the next day lost no time in becoming its owner. From the Mines. William Christman, well known in mining circles of this county as an operator, and interested in Eureka district, was an arrival Tuesday from Copper creek, on business. He states there is quite a movement of engi neers in that field, and reports are in circulation of deals to be closed, in which the Guggen)!icinis figure, as well are other investors coming in. Verde Visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harbeson, among the well and popularly known residents of Verde valley for many years, arc in the city for a brief visit with relatives and friends. Mr. Har beson is a farmer, and states if prices prevail this Fall in the run of crops at present quotations, he will take oft his hat to the high cost of living. He says the Vcrdc farmer is to have a substantial harvest in everything used for food. Return to Duluth. Ernest LcDuc, president, and Chas. Battrc, vice-president of the Big Ledge Co., returned to Duluth, Minn., on Tuesday night, after a ten-day in spection trip to their holdings. Both were disinclined to make a statement covering the mine labor troubles af fecting their holdings, but were opti mistic over an adjustment being prob able at an early date. Their return is governed by what action will take place in the near future. (From Friday's Daily.) Cattlemen Visit J. F. Condron and C. W. Carter, well known cattlemen of Walnut Grove, arc in the city. Cut of the Heat R. O. GrcCh and family have moved up from Phoenix to escape the heat and arc domiciled at 545 East Willis street. George Lutgerding, a well known cattleman of Castle crek, is visiting the city, and will remain to take part in neld doings during frontier Days in this city. Mining Business. Xestor A. Young, of Los Angeles, well known in mining circles of the coast a? an engineer and operator, is again in the city on legal matters be fore the Superior court. Range Visitors. Grant Carter, of Kirklar.d, and Bud Stephens, of Williamson valley, were I visitors vesterdav. renortintr warm weather as getting the range in fint grazing condition again. Mining Man Here. E. J. White, of the Arizona Copper Queen, which is operating near May er, is a visitor, and reports good head way being made in sinking, and con ditions are satisfactory. Comes to Visit. Mrs. D. R. Powell, of Clarkdale. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sanders, was an arrival yesterday to remain for an extended visit witfi many friends, and is at the home o her parents. Leaves For Camp. James Brannen, a recent locator in the Walnut Grove country, concluded a trip to the city yesterday returning to his camp. He will be joined latei by his partner, C. D. Ludwig, of Hayden. Mining Business. 'Martin Shubcr, mine owner of Cop per Basin, is in the city on a business trip, and expresses himself as vcrv much pleased over conditions, more properties being active than at any time in the history of that section Dr. Neff Here. Dr. Mary Lawson Xcff, especially appointed by the Arizona State Conn cil of Defense to co-operate with the various Red Cross chapters in the State, arrived yesterday from Phoenix. and will remain here until Sunday. Mie is stopping at the Congress hotel Looking Over Country. Mr. and Mrs. Bart Hoostick and son, Lamar Hoostick, arc recent ar rivals from Lansing, Mach., and the latter is to remain in the country tc look over conditions with the object of remaining. His parents will con tinue to the coast next week, return ing in August for a brief visit while en route home. Camping Out Mr. and Mrs. Jay Fcllman and Mrs. X. M. Whitman and two daughters were visitors yesterday from Banning creek, where they arc camping out for the Summer, arriving last week from near Florence. Thev arc to re main until September, and later in the month are to be joined by others. Defers Shipping. F. A. Rcid, a principal of the Rcid- CaMiion Company, oi Schifiuan, l: isiting the city on business, and stat ed his firm has decided to not make shipments of cattle until later, and probably not until Fall. Range con ditions, he savs, are improving rapid ly by warm weather coming, and early Summer rains will be of great benefit Heat Record Broken. Andrew Peterson and Frank Kel son were in the city yesterday from Congress Junction, and stated that re- gion on last Tuesday went into the customary "high" class of doing5 when the temperature climbed up tc 113 degrees, the warmest ever known for that country during June. All outdoor work was suspended accord ingly. Visitors Enthuse. Alex Stiles and "Billy" Smithey business men of Xecdles. Cal.. motor ed to the city on Wednesday and will remain for the next month, to escape the warm wave passing over the coun try. Mrs. Smithey and Mrs. Stile? preceded them last week, coming by train. Trie visitors arc very much pleased with the pines and the cli mate. Religious Mission. Revs. Mandin and Rouscllc, formei pastors of the Sacred Heart church of this city, returned south yesterday after a few days' visit with friends on religious matters. Father Mandin if now stationed at Bisbee, and stated the new Catholic church in that city, costing $100,000, is Hearing comple tion. Father Rouscllc, since return ing from France, has been assigned to the Douglas parish. Recovers Health. Bob Donnell, one of the best known of Yavapai range experts, who figurec' prominently in Frontier Days doings last year, was discharged from Mercy hospital yesterday after being under treatment for the past month for blood poisoning. He contracted this affliction from a slight wound on the chest and for several days his condi tion was serious. Donnell may get in the saddle again for the coming festivities. Visitors Leave. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Bennett, who arc making a tour in auto ofXorth ern Arizona, after ten days of sight seeing in this section, leave thif morning for California over the Old Trails. They arc very much pleased with this section, and again visit the city on the return trip home during September to Hutchinson, Kansas. Mr. Harris visited the copper field of Jerome, with which he was agreeably impressed. Returning Home. Mr. and Mrs. Purccll Charles and niece. Miss Beryl Chadwick, of Olym pia, Washington, who had been in this section since February for the health of the latter, leave for home tomorrow, the latter being restored to health. Miss Chadwick stated yes terday it is quite probable she will return to make Prcscott her home during the Summer, and in the Winter, the lower elevations to the south. Her illness was due to injuries received in an auto accident, from which com plications developed. (From Saturday's Daily) their home Leaves For Coast. dents of Jerome. Under Sheriff J. H. Robinson left' Mining Man Pleased yestrraay ior a snort Business trip to They are former resi-fMiss Ernestine Lund. The visitor is ! returning home after a trip to the ; northern counties. n .1 r. .1. : .1.. 1 .. . . Los Angles and othtr coast coints. 1 piiu Medical r.hssion. Visitor From Mine. .Elmer Wells, of the Lelan mine, is in the city on a business visit, and is at the home of his parents. Judge and Mrs. E. W. Wells. Visiting the Country. Miss Bennie D. Swan left yesterday for Kirkland valley to -enjoy a coun try outing for a few weeks and will be a gut of Miss Edna Ritter. Buys Cadillac "8." Judge E. W. Wells signed up for a brand now Cadillac "8" yesterday, the car to be delivered with full equip ment by A. E. Landman, representing the Byrns-Ray Cadillac Company. Business Trip. Miatt Andres, the cigar manufac turer of this city, left yesterday for Jerome and Clarkdale on his periodi cal business trip. To the Coast. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hooker, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Robinson left yes- cluded a week's trip to this section on Friday and returned to Tonopah, ex pressing himself as well pleased with the mineral resources. Hp is to re turn later, and it is probable a deal will be closed. Mine Investigation. James Crelling, representing stock investors in different properties in the Jerome field, was an arrival Friday and will remain in the above section for the next two weeks to look over general conditions. He is a former resident of Jerome, when he worked in the Cleopatra as a miner. Visiting Old Home. Rev. C. W. Doming, who will bo favorably remembered as a former resident of Prcscott, but now the pas tor of the Methodist Episcopal church of Jerome, is in the city for a few days renewing old-time associations. He was assigned to this city a few crday for the seaside resorts of(yfars ag0 in religious work, for his Southern California for an outing of denomination, i tew weeks. jAn Are Coming. SI Paso Visitor. E. B. McCoy, proprietor of Hotel McCoy at El Paso, was an arrival esterday to visit with his wife, who 'ias been in the city for a few months .'or her health. Comes For Summer. Mirs. H. C Cavness, a former resi dent of this section, when her hus band was a. member of the Burnt Ranch Cattle Co., is in the city from Phoenix, to remain for the Summer. Comes to Visit. Mrs. Fred Barnett, of Clarkdale, who has many friends in Prescott, vas an arrival yesterday to remain for the next month on a visit, and is it the home of her mother, Mrs. Thomas Hawke. To Practice Dentistry. Dr. J. Harvey Blain has secured the Services of Dr. Don Dee Rush, a rc- :cnt graduate of the University of southern California, at Los Angeles, o assist him in dental surgery. Dr. Rush comes from a family of re nowned dentists. ?rom McCabe. George Flammer, merchant and uining operator of McCabe, is a .isitor, and gives a good report of hat field, many properties being C. C. Evans, George Wallace and Duff Dickson, of Kirkland, and T. H. Miller of Skull valley, were visitors yesterday, all reporting that the above communities will be represented in Prcscott for Frontier Days. The home guard will consist of a single private in each locality, to do patrol duty. (From Tuesday's Daily.) Resort Opens. Iron Springs was formally opened by the Phoenix colony last week, and to date five families have arriveel. Country Visitor. C. L. Rigdon, of Kirkland valley, was a visitor yesterday, giving a good report of ranch and range conditions. Visitor Leaves. Mrs. M. D. Bush,a visitor from Phoenix for the past two months, at the homo of Mts. W. O. Hoogcstraat, left for home Sunday. Back From Mohave. D. A. Byrne, who has mining inter ests in the Oatman field, has returned and leaves later for Copper Basin district to look after his Mint hold ings. Brief Visitors. Conductor and Mrs. J. G. Gregg, of John S. Reilly left yesterday for Los Angeles, where he will submit to treatment by specialists, his affliction being, it is stated, ptomaine poisoning. He had been seriously ill for the past week. Lively Place. R. A. Kinsman, an employe of the Consolidated at Humboldt, was a visitor on Sunday, reporting the cop per center as thrifty in business, and the plant running to its full capacity in production. Mayer Visitor. Frank Wilson, a business man of Mayer, who was a visitor yesterday, gave a good report of conditions, with mining as active at camps nearhy. Work continues, he says, in adding to the capacity of the Great Western smelter. Special Course. Frof. W. D. Raker, recently super intendent of public schools of this ciry, has gone to the University of California to take a special course in education for the Summer. It is stat ed he will not return to Prescott, hav ing been offered a position elsewhere. Verde Visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Weber, of Camp Verde, were arrivals Sunday, the lat ter to remain indefinitely. Mr. Weber reports big crops and the Verde valley farmer, he says, is alive to the patri otic appeal to have the larder well tilled for the future. Range Experts Here. "Jim" Brown, an employe of L, L. Harmon at Camp Wood, and Lcc Robinson, recently with the Rcid Cashion Co., of Scligman, were ar rivals yesterday to enter arena doings during Frontier Days. Both arc rat ed as good 'uns in their line, and each brings his cowhorsc. Going to Tempe. Prof. Glenn W. Fersons, until rc NAVAJO COPPER CO. I TM T?nN-AJ7A rt.AQC- NOTICE CF FORFEITURE (From Sundays Daily.) Former V. S. Attorney J. F. Mbrri- j son was an arrival yesterday from the new camp of the Xavajo Copper Co., 100 miles north of Flagstaff, and stat ed shipping of ore had started, in which eight auto trucks of the cater pillar type was the method of trans portation. These wagons are neces sary owing to the character of the sandy formation and the Ions: dis tance to be traveled to the loading point on the Santa Fe, east of Flag staff. The grade of the output run; from 18 per cent to 22 per cent, and engineering reports of the tonnage available give an inexhaustible supply. This copper movement has many well known mining men with it, among them being W. A. Clark, head of the ! Prescott. Arizona, May 21, 1917. ITo Ike Frollcy and Joe Erogliatti, Their Heirs and Assigns You are hereby notified that the undersigned, equal co-owner with you in the following described mining claim, the undersigned being the owner of an undivided one-third in terest therein, has expended one hun dred dollars in labor and improve ments during each of the years 1911, 1912. 1913, 1914, 1915 and 1916. upon the following described mining claim, situate in Humbug Mining District, Yavapai County, Arizona, to-wit: Swiss mining claim, notice of loca tion whereof is of record in the office of the County Recorder of said Yava pai County in Book 76 of Mines, page 244, in order to hold said claim under the provisions of Section 2324 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, making a total expenditure of United Verde; Robert Mitchell, of s,x hundred dollars. Jerome; several of Xew York City;'' Nw- hcrcfor. f within ninety J. E. Morrison, of Phoenix, and Robt.i tlua.ys af.ter thc Phonal service of . t, . . this notice upon you, or within ninety Io.".'SOn' of Prescott. It is thci ,ays afer the h,; thetcJt supposition this immense deposit is!you ra;, or rcflISC or cUhcr of you of blanket formation, the vastness of I fails or refuses, to contribute and pay which has dazzled geologists in arriv-1 to me your proportion of said sum. ing even at an approximate tonnage, running into the millions. NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE OF REAL ESTATE. In thc Superior Court of Yavapai County, State of Arizonx I In the Matter of thc Estate of Thom as Stanley Blucher, a minor. No tice of Private Sale of Real Estate. Under thc authority of an order granted by the Superior Court of Yavapai County, State of Arizona, dated June 9th, 1917, I, thc under signed guardian, will sell at private sale thc following described property, to-wit: Lot Five (5). Block Twelve (12), Mocller's Addition to thc City of Prcscott, Yavapai County, Arizona. The sale will be made on June 28th 1917, and bids will be received up to ccntly principal of the Prcscott public 1 10 'c,ock of that Ia' 3t lhe fficc of and a fine outlook indicated Ash Fork- ,he for,ner w!th tI,c S- R .etive "rom old mines to resume and deals mder negotiation. Buying Ranch. Judtfe Geo. W Ilaiure, left yestcr lay for Yuma county, and is to close i deal for an improved farm, in which he consideration Is to be for $13,500. 4c contemplates making that .sec ion his future home, having recently lisposed of his cattle and other in crests in this county. Miss Mary Beck Honored. Friends of Miss Mary Beck, form rly of the Verde valley, are glad to ear that she has just graduated with ilgh honors from Pomona College, ZaL During her two years as teacher if thc Cornvillc school Miss Beck von many friends who wish her long ontinucd success. jetting Well. C. A. Beach, popularly known hroughout Arizona as manager of he Union Oil Co., is in the city, and s recuperating from a serious accl- Jent last December when he fell into; i garage pit in Phoenix, breaking aj 'oot and otherwise being injured. Hci s now able to walk and in a short J imc will be ready to talk business fori lis firm. ! Likes the Climate. C. F. Matthews, local representa ive of thc Arizona Dixie Mining Co., who is making this city his home dur- ng the Summer, left for Phoenix yes- ehday to return with his wife early icxt week. He said: "What's the lse of remaining away from the cool jf the pines when the heat wave is in; In Winter thc alfalfa land is fine, ut for mc right now the high city of t'avapai; another matter is that Mrs. datthews requests mc to bring her up here, and of course I will comply is rapidly as the wheels of our auto can spin around." 1'. & P. railway, were visitors in the city Sunday, returning north yester day. Comes For Summer. Mrs. Lamar Cobb, who is quite well known in Prcvcott, has arrived at Iron Springs, to he a guest during thc Summer of Mrs. Thomas F. Xicholls. Returns to Coast. Colonel A. J. Head concluded a visit to thc city of a month in looking after his varied interests and returncil to Los Angeles yesterday, where his wife resides. Comes to Visit. Mrs. S. R. Cotton and daughter were arrivals yesterday from Chicago for an extended visit, thc first named being a sister of Miss Edith Ten chcrt. Good Outlook. J. II. Madcrs was a visitor yester day from Agua Fria valley. He re ported an excellent situation in the range industry, new feed being abund ant and cattle in thrifty condition. Health Seekers. W. G. Wingfield and son, Edward Wingficld, 'of Camp Verde, were ar rivals yesterday, both "leaving last night for a hot springs resort near Fort Worth, Texas, where they will take the water cure for rheumatism. Comes to Visit. Miss Effic Dalglish, of Tucson, was an arrival yesterday and will remain for a two weeks' visit, the guest of FREE FROM PAIN And No Longer Nervous, Since Taking Cardui, Says Georgia Lady. schools, has been offered and has ac cepted thc princlpalship of thc Tempe grammar schools, for the ensuing year. Thc board of trustees of the district have made announcement to this effect. Helping Out Erk Woodward, better known as the "Boy Whirlwind," from his dex terity in riding all classes of horses bareback, arrived from Blythe, Cal., yesterday and is ready for arena do ings during Frontier Days. He is a clever performer, and for the second time will entertain thc public with his daring feats. He is not a circus per former, but a genuine disciple of the range. PUBLIC RECORDS Recorded Instruments Filed as By the Prescott Title Co, Daily.) (From Sunday's Business Trip. O. G. Griffin, manager of the Prcs- :ott Lumber Co., left yesterday for Los Angeles, to be away for the next A-cek.on business for his firm. Visiting Friends. Mrs. S. B. MbAuley and sister, Mrs. E. P. Wilson, and brother. J. C. Mc- Carty, well known pioneer residents f McCabe, are visiting with friends n the city for a few days. Summer Visitor. Mrs. C W. Martindalc, of Spokane, Wash., is in the city for thc Summer, ind is at thc home of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Hoogcstraat, thc latter her dauglitcr. Mr. Martindalc Is expected to arrive later. Buying Supplies, . C. T. Vickroy, a recent locator on Wolfcrcek, is in the.city buylngsupi: plies for his mining camp. His brother and wife arrive today from Pocatello, Idaho, to make this section June 19, 1917. C. B. Ross, ct al, locate Silverado mine, Big Bug district. Jerome Copper Mining Company locates Porris Iron Fraction mine, Verde district. P. J. Farley, clerk of Superior court, appoints Grace Chapman as deputy. Geo. Xclson to G. E. Endcrwcis. Lot 13, Block 1, Mayer. Cary Fain to W. L. Duff. XWJ4. Sec. 10, 15X., 4E., and water. Harry Hartin locates two mines. Groom Creek district. June 20, 1917. Mrs. F. A. Ilinman, et al, locate four mines, Verde district. F. M. Murphy and wife to Ann C. McKcnzie. Lots 1 and 2, Block 7, Murphy's Third Subdivision, Prcs cott. M. D. C, Putman to Zora Dameron. Lot 6, Block H, Prcscott. June 21, 1917. Jerome Del Monte Copper Co. amends location of Rattlesnake mine. Verde elistrict. Andrew Peterson locates four mines, luircka district. M. D. C. Putman to II. A. Dameron Lease. Lots 4 and 5, Block II; Lots 2 and 4, Block G, Prcscott. T. F. Shot well and wife to II. N. Coleman. Lot 10 and X. 20 feet of Lot 12. Block 8. East Prcscott. II. X. Coleman and wife to LcRoy Anderson. Same propcrt3 Casimiro Gallcgos, ct al, locate Gallegos-Balderos placer. Walnut rove district. Martindcll, Home & Company, Elks' Building, Prcscott, Yavapai County, Arizona. The terms of thc sale are cash with thc bid. Datcr this 9th day of June, 1917. F. G. BROWN. Guardian of thc Estate of Thomas Stanley Blucher, a minor. First pub. June 13, 3t, (W). as a co-owner, to-wit: $200 for each of you, making $400 in all, being $G6.66?3 dri said claim for each of said vcars, your interest in said claim will become the property of the under signed under and by virtue of - said Section 2324, who has made thc re quired expenditure, as provieled. by the terms of said section. CHAS. ARDIA. . First publication May 23. '17. ,(W). NOTICE OF FORFEITURE NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of William Mcllion, de ceased. Xoticc is hereby given by the undersigned, administrator of thc estate of William Mellion, deceased, to the creditors of ami all persons having claims against the . said de ceased, to exhibit them, with the nec essary vouchers, within four months after thc first publication' of this no tice to (lie said administrator at Room 23, Bank of Arizona Building, Prcscott, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the busi ness of said estate, in said County of Yavapai. B. MELLION, Administrator of the Estate of William Mellion, Deceased. First publication May 30, 5t, (IV). Trenton, Ga. Mrs. Ellie Gilford, ol this place, writes: "I have always suf fered ... but was worse after marriage. 1 would have . . . pains and misery in my ..umauimmmpi. , wouiu nave a can xv H Lark;n to IL w AxtelL siCKneaaacne every time, which would Assignment. Assigns lease from B. generally last two days. I had always' F. Denny and wife. heard what a good medicine Cardui was, j June 22, 1917. so I thought I would try it. I used two j PI,!I Pccharich gives notice that bottles and it helped me. ,!e slaughter house and meat market r-r,.. ,, . . . . fixtures of Independent Meat Lo., in Fifteen months later I began to be!JcroiIle are coini)Ietc,i. nervous and was worse at my . . . Bui oan Mnier to Ward II. Wheeler, at these times I did not have any pain Lot 7, Block 11, Mayer, and do not now suffer any pain. But I , W. B. Riley to Ed. W. Wells. Lot was very nervous, so nervous that my 5 Block 7, Wells' Addition, Hum hands would shake. Any noise would bo'ilt-. . P . , . ,. make me jump. So I took two more bot- .Ccrtl,ic?tc of Stat,e. board of mcd. i i- , t. j cxamlncrs granting authority to lies of Cardui. I have never been nerv- j Hurwood Wilson Griffith to practice ous since . . . and. do not have any pain, osteopathy. I think this is all due to Cardui and Ben Duncan to O. C. Thornton. Black-Draught." One oil claim In Sec. 9, 18N, 2W., Del Cardui, the woman's tonic, is composed R'" district, onlyofpurcvegetableingredients, which J have been recognized for many years by, j v Tucker locatcs a watcr r!gllt standard medical books as of medicinal on Humirtig creek. -value, in the.lreatment of many diseases Eugene Xcuman to Eliza Xclson. peculiar to women. Try Cardui. j Lot 427. Idylwild Tract, Prescott. j Journal-Miner for fine job work. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE To Kathryn Bennett, her heirs and assigns, and Robert E. Morrison, her agent and attorney You and each of you arc hereby notified that I have expended during the years of 1916, 1915, 1914, 1913, 1912 and 1911, the sum of Eighteen Hundred Twenty Dollars ($1,820.00) in labor and improvements upon the "George Washington," "Henry Clay" and "Blind Girl" lode mining claims, located in Big Bug Mining District Yavapai County, State of Arizona, the notices of location whereof arc ol record in the office of the County Rc corder of Yavapai County, Arizona, as follows: George Washington: In Book 31 of Mines, page 366; Henry Clay: In Book 31 of Mines, page 365; Blind Girl: In Book 36 of Mines, page 494, records of Yavapai County. That such labor was performed and expenditure made in order to hold said claims under the provisions of Section 2324 of the Revised Statutes of the United States and thc amcnel ments thereto concerning annual la bor upon mining claims, it being the amount required to hold for the year ending December 31st, 1916, the year ending December 31st, 1915, the year ending December 31st, 1914, the year ending December 31st, 1913, the year ending December 31st, 1912, and the year ending December 31st, 1911. And if, within ninety (90) days of thc personal service of this notice, or within ninety (90) days after the pub lication hereof, you fail or refuse to contribute your portion of said ex penditures as co-owner, your interest it$said mining claims will become thc property of thc subscriber, your co- owner, who has made the required ex penditures, by thc terms of said Sec tion 2324. PRISCILLA BRADFORD-SMITH, Attorney in Fact for L. M. Barth, Prescott, Arizona, May 21, 1917. To B. Frollcy and Ike Frolley, Their Heirs and Assigns: Your arc hereby notified that the undersigned, equal co-owner with you in thc following described mining claims, the undersigned being the. owner of an undivided one-third in terest therein, has expended one hun dred dollars in labor and improve ments during each of the years 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915 and 1916. upon each of the following described min ing claims, situate in Humbug Mining District, Yavapai Couniy, Arizona, notices of location whereof arc of rec ord In thc office of the County Re corder of said Yavapai County, in the Books of Mines and at thc pages thereof below set 'opposite their names, to-wit: Save mining claim, Book 76 of Mines, page 554. Christopher mining claim. Book 69 of Mines, page 511, in order to hold said claims under the provisions of Section 2324 of-the Re vised Statutes of the United States, making a total expenditure of twelve hundred dollars. Xow, therefore, if within ninety days after the personal service of this notice upon you, or within ninety- clays after thc publication thereof, you fail or- refuse, or cither of you fails or refuses, to contribute and pay to mc your proportion of said sum, as n co-owner, to-wit: $400 for each of vou, making $800 in all, being $66.66j on each of said claims for each of said years, your interest in said claims will become thc property of the un dersigned under and by virtue of said Section 2324, who has made thc re quired expenditure, as provided by the terms of said section. CHAS. ARDIA. First publication May 23. '17. (W). FORFEITURE NOTICE To Jab Banes, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns: You are hereby notified that George W. Hull, of whose estate I am Ad ministrator, and the Grantors of said George W. Hull, have expended dur ing thc years 1903 to 1916" inclusive. Fourteen Hundred ($1,400.00) Dollars, in labor and improvements upon the following mining claim, situated in the Big Bug Mining District, Yavapai County, Arizona, and described as follows: VICTOR lode mining claim, loca tion notice whereof is of record In Book 54 of Mines at page 26,. records of Yavapai County, Arizona, to which reference is hereby made for mort particular description. In order to hold said claim under provisions of Section 2324 of thc Re vised btatutcs of thc United Mates and the amendment thereto, approved January 22, 1880, concerning annual labor upon mining claims, the above specified sum being thc amount re quired to hold said claim for the period ending the 31st day of De cember, 1916. If, within 90 days from the person al service of this notice, or within 90 days from the publication thereof, you fail or refuse to contribute your pro portion of such expenditures as co owner, which amounts to Seven Hundred ($700.00) Dollars, your in terest in thc claim will become thc property of the subscriber, your co- owner, who has made tne required expenditures by terms of said section. Dated at Prescott. Arizona, this 25th day of April, 1917. S. F. DEXISOX, Administrator of thc .Estate of George' W. Hull. LcRoy Anderson, Attorney, Prcs cott, Arizona. First publication May 2. 14t. (W). Trv tU Tfttirnit.rinr fnr nrttc?- First publication May 30, '17, (W).( job work.