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WEEKLY JOITRNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 1917.
City News
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(From Thursday's Daily.)
Lamson in Jerome.
Attorney Richard Lamson was in
Jerome yesterday looking after some
legal business.
At the Springs.
Supervisor J. A. Jaeger, is at Mur
ietta Springs, Cal., under treatment
for rheumatism, and is preparing to
return, his health being very much
improved.
Visiting Old Home.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saucr, for
mer residents of Prescott, motprcd
from Jerome yesterday, and will re
main here for a few days visiting
with friends.
Business Trip.
Worth Rybon visited the city yes
terday from Humboldt, giving the
usual report of business prosperity
and copper production maintained to
a high standard.
Dull Season.
J. J. Armstrong, the celebrated
jockey who had been at the State
fair at Phoenix, is in the city to en
joy a vacation during the dull sea
son, and leaves later for the coast.
Good Season.
A. W. Lcssard was a visitor yes
terday from Stoddard, and reported
the best season ever known in mar
keting his fruit crop, ready sales be
ing made at mining camps in that
field.
OS for" Kentucky.
Mrs. H. C Lofiand left yesterday
evening for Kentucky, where she ex
pects to remain for several weeks vis
iting relatives and friends. She will
also say goodbye to her brother, who
is soon to leave for France with his
regiment.
On Way Home,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cole, the for
mer the assistant superintendent at
the Clarkdalc smelter, were in Pres
cott yesterday on their way home
from a trip into the Mayer section.
Mr. Cole was formerly connected
with the Mayer reduction plant.
Visiting Friends.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Daggs, well
known in this city, were arrivals yes
terday from Williams to visit with
friends, and leave later for Phoenix
to spend the winter. Mr. Daggs is
prominently known in live stock cir
cles of Coconino county, and has
large sheep interests.
Mining Men Here.
Joe ices and I N. Wojnbachcr,
interested in the Blue Monster of
Cherry creek district, were arrivals
yesterday from the camp. They were
joined here by Thomas Sutcliffe, who
returned Tuesday from Boston, on a
business trip pertaining to this prop
erty. Recovers From Illness.
The many friends of Charles E.
Burton will be-pleased to know thai
he was on the street yesterday for
the first time since being taken to
Mercy hospital, afflicted with typhoid
fever. He is preparing to leave for
Murictta Springs for a few weeks
during his convalescence.
Climax Resumes.
Stewart L. Duncan was a visitor
yesterday from the Climax gold camp
south of the city, and stated that
since he assumed charge under a
lease, preliminary work had been
completed, and actual mining had
started. He is very much pleased
with new development and later the
mill will be placed in action.
New Camp Starts.
Thomas Roach and Phillip Hcaly,
who sold this week their copper
group to the Circle Park Mining Co.,
left yesterday tor Pine Flat, Turkey
creek district, to assist in establishing
a camp and arrange for leaving be
fore the first of the year. Mr. Roach
is to make his future home at Hoop
er, where he has other mining inter
ests. Business Change.
The Hotel Congress is to pass into
the hands of a new management on
December 15, H. J. Meany securing
a long time lease from the Prescott
Realty Company, owners, announce
ment being made yesterday to this
effect. Mr. Mcanv formerly was
manager of Castle Hot Springs, and
is familiar with the wants of the pub
lic in this line of business.
Weddine Event
Mrs. L. Contrcras left yesterday for
Tcmpc, to attend the marriage of her
son, Manuel Contrcras and Miss
Josic Ruiz, the event to take place
next week. The bride-to-be is prom
inently known and comes from one
of the best Mexican families in the
state. Mr. Contrcras also is widely
and popularly known in Arizona, and
has many Prescott friends to extend
pre-nuptial felicitations.
(From Friday's Daily.)
Mine Owner Here.
Frank Imo, a mine owner of the
McCabc field, is in the city on a busi
ncss trip.
At the Springs.
W. A. Cline has gone to Murictta,
Cal., to seek relief from rheumatic
troubles.
Mining Business.
R. A. Kinsman -is in the city on
business pertaining to his mining in
terests near Humboldt.
Back From Illinois.
Mrs. T. E. Irwin, who has been
visiting relatives in Alton, Illinois,
returned to this city on luesday.
Visiting Friends.
Mrs. J. S. Session, wife of a well-
known Cherry creek mining man, vis-;
ited yestcrdav with friends in the city, i
Returning Home.
Miss Madge Douglas, of El Paso,
is in the city, enroulc home after a
visit of a few weeks with friends
at Humboldt.
Here from Turkey.
James Peters, the merchant at Tur
key, and owner of several mining
claims in that district, was a Pres
cott business visitor yesterday.
From Jerome Junction.
Fisher Bailey, of Jerome Junction,
connected with the Santa Fe, was a
Prescott visitor yesterday, the guest
of his daughter, Mrs. Grace Murphy.
To Camp Kearney.
C. H. Crosc left yesterday for Camp
Kearney, to visit for a few weeks
with his brother, Howard Crosc, who
is in the ranks with the 158th Infan
try. Mining Business.
A. Occhslcr, who has mining inter
ests in Cherry creek district, is in the
city on business pertaining thereto,
and gives an encouraging report of
the outlook for that field.
Inspection Trip.
V. A. Salinger, of the Puntcnncy
Lime Co., was a brief visitor yes
terday, following his regular inspec
tion of the property near Cedar
Glade. He is returning to Los An
geles. Going to Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Bahl, former
residents of Ash Fork, arc in the city
after a visit to the coast, and later
leave for Guadalajara, Mexico, where
they have interests.
From Coconino.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rrainard,
who had been at a copper camp north
of Williams during the Summcr, re
turned a few days ago, operations
having been suspended owing to Win
ter approaching.
Back From Coast.
Mrs. and Mrs. S. W. Holder, who
had been motoring along the coast
for the past month, returned a few
days ago, reporting an enjoyable out
ing. Mr. Holder states California
roads cannot be excelled.
Recuperating. Trip.
Ben Rybon, well known in mining
circles of this field, left yesterday for
Murictta Springs, Cal., on a trip to
recuperate after being quite ill for
several weeks. He was accompanied
by his son, Thomas, who is to re
main for the Winter at San Diego.
Back to California .
Miss Jessie Calhoun, wtio has been
ill from the effects of grip for somt
time, this week resigned her position
as teacher of art and penmanship in
the Prescott schools, and departed
yesterday for her home in Southern
California.
Range Visitor.
Granville Fain, of the range firm of
Fain, Heath and Co., visited the city
yesterday from Verde valley, report
ing no occasion for alarm owing to
the dry weather prevailing. Cattle
are in tine form and feed is good, he
declares.
Country Visitor.
C E. Xcwton, ranching in Skull
valley, visited the city yesterday, and
reported a big cleanup this season
of all farm products, and prosperity
was prevailing. He says prices were
high and the yield was heavy in all
lines.
Mayer Visitor.
Frank Wilson, the Mayer business
man, was a visitor yesterday, report
ing many new internal improvements,
and that incorporating was being agi
tated. Business conditions arc ex
cellent and mining adjacent is more
active than ever known.
Comes to Visit.
R, J. McCutchcn, of Taft, Cal., is
a recent arrival to visit with friends
and relatives. His mother is a daugh
ter of Mrs. M. J. Dickson, and for
many years resided in Skull valley.
The visitor before returning home
will visit with his aunt, Mrs. E. W.
Stephens, of Phoenix.
(From Saturday's Daily)
Brief Visit
T. C Xolan, a business man of
Mayer, visited the city yesterday for
a short time, returning home in auto
later in the day.
Mining Business.
Martin Schubcr, mine owner of
Copper Basin, is in the city on i
business trip, giving a good account
of the district generally.
Visitor Leaves.
Tom Shattuck, a miner of Ray, re
turned to the big copper camp yester
day after a ten days' visit with friends
in this city and relatives at Hum
boldt. Business Trip.
Mrs. W. S. Jones, of Hotel Jones,
Humboldt, was in the city yesterday
on a goods buying trip, reporting that
town in a healthy business condi
tion. Visiting Old Home.
Ben Hartwick, a former well
known resident of this city for many
years, arrived yesterday from San
Diego, Cal., to remain for a brief
visit with friends.
Returns to Coast.
James Mackin, who was called to
Prescott by the death of his brother,
Peter Mackin, a short time ago, re
turned to Los Angeles yesterday
where he has business interests.
Mining Is Active.
D. W. Thomas was a visitor yes
terday from Big Bug district, and re
ports more mining activity than for
many months, with a healthy outlook
at several new camps starting up.
Country Visitor.
W. R. Storm of Chino valley, vis
ited the city yesterday on business,
and stated that while dry weathei
continued farmers and rangemen were.
not complaining.
Leaves for Phoenix.
J. D. Quinn, popularly known in
hotel circles as a clerk, after a resi
dence of several months in this city,
left yesterday for Phoenix to accept
a position in his line of business with
the Hotel Adams.
Buying Mine Material.
S. C. Chadron, recently from Lcad-
ville, Colorado, and interested in
mines of Weaver district, is in the city
to buy material and supplies. He has
started develomcnt on an old mine.
which has been taken over under a
bond from Miguel Peralta. I
Resigns Clerkship. t
Leo McMahon, for several years an;
efficient clerk of the Prescott post!
othec, has resigned his position, and
is preparing to leave the city on a
transfer, probably to San Diego,
where .he will be attached to that
postottiee.
The Tire Man.
Charles X. Johnston, well-known in
tills city, the traveling salesman of
E. A. Fcatherstone & Co.. motor pro
viders, is in the city on a business
trip, and to greet friends. He says
business is good and no puncturing
of prosperity is in evidence.
Farmers Prosper.
A. J. Laswcll was a visitor Thurs
day from Skull valley, and stated all
farmers had enjoyed the most pros
perous year ever known, not a single
failure in crops being reported. The
drouth on is preventing plowing for
Winter crop growing, however.
From the Farm.
Robert Southcrs, foreman of the
Hildreth farm in Williamson valley,
was a business visitor Thursday, re
porting that big movement as begin
ning for Winter crop growing, and
several hundred acres being plowed
in addition to the acreage of last
Summer.
Oregon Visitor.
J. T. Toomey, engaged in livestock
breeding near Baker City, Oregon, is
visiting the country, looking over
conditions in his line. He leaves lat
er for Verde valley, and is to make a
general investigation of this section
before returning home. He states lit
will not seek a location with an alti
tude lower than 3,500 feet.
Eastern Visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Spencer, the
former a nephew of Major Chas. P.
Overton, a military officer stationed
at Fort Whipple many years ago,
were visitors to Prescott during the
week, while returning home to St.
Louis. Mr. Spencer when a young
man resided in this section for near
ly a year. They had been visiting
with a cousin at Camp Kearney, Cal.,
who is in the army.
From New Mexico.
Mrs. Benjamin Tillotson and
daughter, Mrs. Baker Sterling, are in
the city .from Las Vegas, X. M., en
route to Chandler, to remain for the
Winter for the health of the latter.
They arc motoring from the abovt
city and report roads in certain sec
tions of Xorthcrn Arizona as difficult
to travel, and were nine days in mak
ing the trip to Prescott. They re
sume the journey tomorrow.
(From Sunday's Daily.)
From the Country .
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stringficld ol
Mint valley, were visitors with Pres
cott friends yesterday.
To Needles.
Mrs. Harry T. Judson, a visitor to
Prescott and Jerome for the past ten
days, leaves today for Xecdles, Cal.,
her home.
Oil Land Deal.
C. L. Dunbar, interested in oil lands
in Big Chino valley, has disposed of
a one-eighth interest in a certain hold
ing to J. E. Sweeney.
Back From Nebraska.
.Attorney and Mrs. J. H. Morgan
have returned from Atkinson, Nebras
ka, their old home where they had
bedn visiting for the past month with
relatives and friends.
Cold and Dry.
J. V. Dickson is. in the city from
Skull valley, and reports a cold wavb
as passing over the country to add
more woes to the lot of the rangeman
in the dryest Autumn ever known.
Week-End Visit
Mrs. John Stanley was in the city
yesterday for a week-end visit with
her sister, Mrs. Raymond Belcher
and friends, coming from the Coyote
ranch, in Lonesome valley.
Holiday Visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Hawkc,
of Sacramento, Cal., arc recent arriv
als to remain during the holidays, and
arc at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Hawkc, parents of the first
named. .
Holiday Trip.
Mrs. F. W. Derrick left yesterday
for Los Angeles, to spend the holi
days with her sister, Mrs. August
Huffman, a former resident of this
city, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
M. Gratz.
Range Visitor.
T. C. Bishop, a well fcnown range
man, located north of Scligman, is
in the city on a business trip, report
ing a favorable situation in grazing
and condition of cattle. He states
water and feed arc abundant for four
months ahead, all rangemen taking
precautions to be prepared for the
drouth prevailing.
Holiday Visit
C. T. Eager, a visitor since Sep
tember for his health, leaves today
for a brief visit with a cousin at Camp.
Funston, and returns to Tucson later
for the Winter. He is from Boon
ton, X. J., and is very much pleased
with the Summer climate of this city,
returning here next Spring.
Mayer Visitor.
Fritz Mittcndorf, farming in the
Mayer country, is a visitor on busi
ness, and reports that country in a
flourishing state, with a building
boom going on in the above town.
Every day sees a new structure go
ing up, and internal improvements
arc also under headway to beautify
the place.
Conclude Visit.
Mrs. James Grant and father, T. R.
Trucworthy, of East Pasadena, Cal.,
arc in the city for a few days, return
ing home after a visit of two weeks
in the Verde valley country on an
outing visiting with a son of Mr.
Trucworthy at Verde. Mrs. Grant
formerly resided at Jerome, and is
quite well known in Prescott
(From Tuesday's Daily.)
Business Trip.
C A. Peter, cashier of the Bank of
Arizona, left yesterday for Jerome, on
a few days trip on business.
Back From East
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Davis have
returned from a tour of Eastern
States, where they visited with rela
tives and friends.
From the Mines.
John Denny, well known in miiiiiic:
circles, operating a property nea
lyirklaiul, is in the city from Ins
camp, on a business trip.
Crown King Merchant Here.
Eli S. Perkins, the merchant of
Crown King, is a Prescott visitor, br
ing here to attend to some business
matters.
In Jerome.
Attorney LoRoy Anderson and
Gary Vync were among the Prescott
men who spent the first of the week
in Jerome looking after some busi
ness matters.
Mine Visitor.
Joe Algcrt, in charge of the Black
Diamond mine at Walker, is visit
ing the city, reporting the main shaft
as ncaring the 200-foot level, and ore
conditions satisfactory.
Business Trip.
J. T. Sheffield, who recently return
ed from California to assume charge
of the Puntcnncy Lime Company, is
in the city from Cedar Glade on a
brief business trip.
Here From Phoenix.
F. P. Crtiice, general freight and
passenger agent of the local branch
of the Santa Fe, was here from Phoe
nix for an over-Sunday visit, rcturn
ining to the capital city yesterday af
ternoon. Mining Men Here.
C. E. Warren and B. F. Peters,
owners of the Promoter mine in
Crook canyon, are in the city to meet
J. O. Collcrcttc, an operator of Phoe
nix, who is going to the property to
day to make an examination of the
strike made recently.
Country Visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. Orvillc Bozarth,
motored to the city yesterday from
Williamson valley, to visit with
friends for a few days. The former
is" engaged in the range cattle busi
ness and reports the situation as
satisfactory.
Eastern Visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul DcVinnc, of East
'-t. Louis, Illinois, accompanied by
heir daughter. Miss Pearl, and son,
Arthur DcVinnc, arc in the city en
route to Verde, to remain for a few
weeks with relatives. Later they
leave for Chandler for the winter.
Leave for Winter.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wilson, resi
dents of this city during the Sum
mer, left Sunday for Phoenix, for the
Winter, from which point .the first
named is to direct operations on the
Palo Verde copper mine in Black can
yon, which is active in shipping and
developing.
Range. Visitors.
Jones J. Bishop ,a well known
rangeman of the Anvil Rock region,
is in the city, while Albert S. Fain
of the Verde 'Country also is here on
x business trip, both stating cattle
arc in good form and the drouth is
not having any serious effects in their
localities. j
Octave Active. j
Leopold Walloth, in charge of the
mercantile department of the Octave,
and A. F. Anderson, mine foreman,
were visitors yesterday on business.
They reported developments at prcsi I
cut as centered to the 1,100-foot level
in drifting cast, conditions being satis
factory. Visitor From Copper.
David Barter, vice-president of the
Verde Squaw Copper Co., is in the
city from Squaw Peak, and reports
development as proceeding under
conditions which arc satisfactory. He
was accompanied by L .A . Hough
and J. II. Dohcrty, mine employes,
all returning to the camp in auto
last night.
Aged Man Dies.
J. J. Wright, aged 87 years, passed
away yesterday at the home of his
granddaughter, Mrs. G. Gilmorc. He
was the father of Mrs. Jesse Kearlcy,
and she was at his side when the
end came. Two sons in the East,
Emmctt and Eugene also survive.
The funeral takes place this after
noon at 3:30 o'clock from Ruffncr's
mortuary.
Back From Illinois.
Judge Frank O. Smith, who was
called to Strcator, Illinois, last week
by the serious illness of his mother,
returned to Prescott yesterday. On
account of the limited time which he
had to make the trip, he was able to
visit with his mother for less than
one day. He reports that the lady
was improved in health at the time ot
his departure.
Rushing Road Work.
T. R. Buell was a visitor yester
day from the Arizona Hillside De
velopment Co., camp on Copper
Creek, and reported construction of
the new wagon road to Hillside as
making good headway, four miles be
ing opened. The first auto truck i
running, and is hauling the high
grade zinc content for shipment to
market. Several of the trucks will
go into commission after the road
is completed. Mr. Buell was here to
consult with his associate, A. M. Gil
lespie. SUNK IN COLLISION
HAVRE. Dec. S. The Belgian
steamship Ambiorix, 1444 tons gross,
has been sunk in the English channel.
Her loss was caused by a collision
with the Norwegian steamship Primo.
The crew of the Ambiorix was
brought in by patrol boats. The
Primo's bow was damaged.
MA GIN WINS BIKE EVENT
XEW YORK. Dec. 8. Grullctt
Magin won the six-flay ' bike race
which closed at midnight at Madison
Square Garden. The distance cover
ed was 2514 miles, in seven laps and
in 144 hours.
BELCHER 11 IS!
TAKEN OVER By !
PHOENIX I
(From Tuesday Daily.)
John R. McEwcn and E. C. Evans,
representing Phoenix parties, have
taken an option on the old Belcher
property in the Big Bug district, and
if the report of the engineer, which is
now being made, is satisfactory, the
deal will be completed and active
work on the property begun about
the first of the year. . The Belcher is
now owned by George Dcmain, who
purchased the mine several years ago,
when it was sold for taxes. The
property had been owned and operat
ed by a company known as the Great
Belcher Gold & Silver Company, but
owing to poor management not much
headway was made while the com
pany controlled the mine.
For a long time prior to the days
when the Great Belcher Company
held the mine, the Belcher was own
ed by Maud and Henry B. Clifford,
a couple ot Iiastern promoters.
(At the present time, there is a large
deposit of rather low-grade gold,- cop
per and silver ore known to exist in
the Belcher, most of the rock running
about $6 or $7 a ton. During the old
days when the property was first
opened up, much ore which ran high
in gold and silver was taken out of
a surface stopc. but later when the
ore turned into low-grade, the old
chloridcrs could not find any method
of handling' the ore which contained
only low values, and not much work
was ever done on the place. How
ever, with the introduction of mod
ern methods of metallurgy, the pro
spective owners believe that a mill
can be erected on the property and
the low-grade be made to pay on ac
count of the large amount of it which
seems to be present.
There arc five claims in the prop
crty, three of them being the Bel
cher, the Eugene and the Mammoth.
The property is located about mid
way between Poland and Poland
Junction. The consideration is said
to be close to $100,000.
Messrs. McEwcn and Evans arc
said to be negotiating for the' Red
Rock property vhich is in close prox
imity to the Belcher, the property
being owned now by D. E. Daves, G.
W. Whitney and several other Oak
land, California men.
ELEVEN MEN LOST
ATLANTIC. CITV, Dec. 8. Elev
en men arc believed to have been lost
when the tug Eugene Moran found
ered off the inlet of Atlantic City late
today. Four were saved in the life
boats.
The tug was bringing two barges
from Xcw York to Philadelphia when
it foundered. At the risk of his life
the captain cut two big hawsers hold
ing the tow, this probably preventing
a heavier toll of life.
PUBLIC RECORDS.
Instruments Filed as Recorded
By the Prescott Title Co.
November 30, 1917.
Taribio S. Pallancs to Alex Dow,
bill of sale, 1 cow.
Geo. Thompson filed declaration of
exemption on four mines, Tip Top
district.
IK H. Kcays files declaration of ex
emption on ten mines, Hass district.
E. S. Clark ct al., files declaration
of exemption on Copper Belt Mine,
Copper Basin district.
O. B. Kemp files declaration of ex
emption on seven mines, Agua Fria
district.
O. B. Kemp files declaration of ex
emption on twelve mines, Agua Fria
district.
Ed. Supple locates three mines, Ti
ger district.
Tom McShcrry files declaration of
exemption on six mines, Eureka dis
trict. Daniel E. Parks files declaration of
exemption on twelve mines, Cherry
Creek district.
Clint McLaren files declaration ot
exemption on Big Ben Mine, Turkey
Creek district.
J. C. Billiard files declaration of ex
emption on twenty-four mines. Pierce
district.
Uri Embody, J. R. Graham and O.
K. Scholcy incorporate Rio Vista
Mines Co!, capital stock $1,000,000.!
Principal office Prescott I
M. J. Delancy files declaration of
exemption on six mines, Hass dis
trict. T. R. Buell locates two mines,
Eureka district. I
Lilly Milling Co. files declaration!
of exemption on six mines, Turkey (
Creek district. I
T. V. Glawgow to Troctor Ross,
Blackbird and Blackbird Xos. 1, 2, 3,1
Katy, Patience, Double Deck Mines, I
Black Canyon district.
"C. M. Ettcr to J. W. and J. T.J
Ettcr, Silver Dollar, Oregon and
Montana mines. White Picacho dis-'
trict
Mrs. G. E. Oylcr to Schist Bclt
Copper Co., all interests in Gold Xug
get. Gold Bug, Buck Horn, Dike and
Midnight Mines, Big Bug district.
W. D. Finney ct al. to Schist Belt
Copper Co., all interests in same,
mines. j
Leo Krouskep tt al files declara-
tion of exemption on thirteen mines,' Thos. Roach and Philip Hcaly to
Verde district. ' Circle Park Mining Co., Gold Butte
David Miller and H. A. Kendall lo- and Midas mines, Turkey creek min
cate Lucky Boy Mine, Hass district.; ing district.
Virgil Selna tiles notice of intention' Philip Hcaly to Circle Park Min
to sell one-halt interest in business t ing Co., Brandywine, Brandy wine Xo.
of Selna & Kovacovich, Jerome, to! 2, and Little Annie mines, Turkey
Emil Kovacovich.
Harry J. Eekcrt tiles declaration of
cxcmpiion on eight mines, Hass dis-;
trict.
John J. Sweeney riles declaration ofl
exemption on seven mines, turkey
Creek district.
Sarah C. McKenzie files declara
tion of exemption on four mines, Pine
Grove district.
I- C. Jackson to H. P. Swanbeck,
Bill or sale, three horses, harness, two
wagons.
E. A. Smith and John J. Sweeney
locate Devils Garden mine, Turkey
district. James M. Sullivan ct al. files declar
ation of exemption on nine mines,
Verde district.
Wm. Burke ct al. files declaration
of exemption on six mines, Verde
district.
L. P. Ilclmcr locates Red Cloud
mine, Kirkland district
J. A. Jackson to J. E. Warren and
L. P. Holmcr, Silver Led King mine,
Kirkland district.
Decree of Supreme Court in case
of Minnie G. Thomason vs. Louis C.
Frey, quieting title to EJ of XWJ4,
and of XEJ4, Section 35, 8 X, 5
W. except, small part, in plaintiff.
G. W. Mardis files declaration of
cxcmption on sixteen mines, - Castle
Rock district.
E. E. Lake and F. Fay amend loca
tion of Badger Mine Xos. 1, 2, Copper
Basin district
John Milligan locates Last Chance
Mine, Big Bug district.
E. M. Albcrtson, ct al. files declar
ation on Albcrtson Mine,. Walker
district.
Wm. Avoy, ct al., locates Copper
Blossom mine, Verde district
V. J. Boggs, ct al., files declaration
of exemption on Ajax Xos. I, 2,
mines. Pine Grove district"
Big Butte Copper Co., files declar
ation of exemption on forty-five
mines, Copper Basin district.
Geo. W. McKcrrow files declara
tion of exemption on two mines. Eu
reka district.
John A. Bozarth files declaration of
exemption on nine mines. Eureka dis
trict. Thos. Roach files declaration of ex
emption on two mines, Turkey Creek
district and one mine, Pine Grove
district
John Halblcib files declaration ot
exemption on eight mines, Walkcj
district.
W. HI McMichacl files declaration
of exemption on Gem mine, Big Bug
district
Chas. Thompson files declaration
of exemption on eleven mines. Hum
bug, Black Rock and , Castle Creek
districts.
J. I. Anderson files declaration of
exemption on three mines, 'White Pi
cacho district.
G. D. Mason, ct al., to Wm. Nel
son, Lot in Mountain View Mausol
eum. Lafayette I. Fletcher and wife to
Consolidated Arizona Smelting Co.
Lot in 12 N., 1 E.
December 1, 1917.
Henry Bcvcring files declaration of
exemption on two mines.
Joe Larson and Chas. E. Hughes
to Jerome Cananea Copper Co., Iron
Blossom. Carbonate, Spring, ctc.,!on you (exclusive of the day of ser-
Verdc District.
Xick Radakovich files declaration
of exemption on four mines, Verde
district
Chas. W. Fisher files declaration of
exemption on three mines, White Pi
cacho district.
Chas. D. Osborn files declaration ot
exemption on three mines. Squaw
Peak district.
E. E. Towner locates two mines.
Agua Fria district 1
Guy Sands to E. E. Towner, Yz in-j
terest in Gertrude, Julius and Carry
Mines, Agua Fria district.
Estate James Roach ct al. to Cir
cle Park Mining Co., Chancellor,
Consort, Kate M.. Kate M. Xo. 2. and
Tender mines, Turkey Creek district.
"A SPLENDID TONIC "
Says Hixson adyWho, On Doc
tor's Advite, Took Cardni
And Is Now Well.
Hlxson, Tenn. "About 10 years ago
I was..." says Mrs. J. B. Oadd, of
this place. "I suffered with a pain In i Claim, situate in the Big Bug Mining
my left side, could not sleep at night 1 District, County of Yavapai, State of
with thi3 pain, always In the left Arizona, the location notice of which
Bj,je 'is found of . record in Book 75 of
My doctor told me to use Cardui. I i Mines, at page 96, in the -office of the
took one bottle, which helped me and ! recorder of said county, in order to
after my baby came, I was stronger I hold said claim under the provisions
and better, but the pain was still of section 2324 of the Revised Stat
there. 1 utcs of the United States, and the
I at first let It go, but began to get amcndmcnt thereto approved January
weak and in a run-down condition, ,OA . it t,
so I decided to try some more Cardui. - 18S. concerning annual labor upon
which I did. 1 mining claims, being the amount re-
Thls last Cardui which I took made quired to hold said lode for the period
me much bettsr. In fact, cured me. It emling on the 31st day of December,
has been a number of years, still I A D 1916 AnJ ;f within n;nety
"Yfeel0 it" 85 Sf&rf me. i f the P-onal service of this
and I recommend it as a splendid fe- notice, or within ninety days after the
male tonic." publication thereof, you fail or refuse
Don't allow yourself to become to contribute your proportion of such
weak and n-dowa from womanly CXpenditrc as a co-owner, which
troubles. Take Cardui. It should sure- ' . r- u t t a
ly help you. as It has so many thou- amounts to Four Hundred and Fifty
Bands of other women In the past 40 Dollars (?4:)0.00), your interest in the
years. Headache, backache, sideache, claim will become the property of the
nervousness, sleeplessness, tired-out subscriber, your co-owner, who has
feeling are all signs of womanly trou- , tI requjrcj cxpcnditurc, by the
ble. Other women get relief by taking . r -i
Cardui. Whr. not youl All druggists, terms of said section.
NC-132 E. K. BATEMAX.
(W) First publication Xov. 21, 1917.
creek district.
John Simm files declaration of ex-
eruption on Camp -Bird mine, Tiger
district.
Fred Bunker and John Ferris to F.
Fay and E. E. Lake, Golden Rule
Xo. 1, Placer Mine, Copper Basin
district.
Frank E. Williams files declaration
of exemption on John mine, Martinez
district.
United States to Lenus Harbich,
Patent SW'X of XW4 of Section 23,
16 X.. 4 W.
Geo. W. Hancc to Evelyn Gract
llar.ee, Vi interest in 10 acres o land
in XWJ4 of XWJ4 of section 32, 14
X., 5 E.
G. Bennett files declaration of ex
emption on Mountain Charlie mine,
Hass district.
Margaret Kennedy files declaration
of exemption on nine mines. Black
Rock district.
Geo. F. McLean files declaration
of exemption on five mines Black
Rock district.
John R. Doblcr files declaration of
exemption on three mines. Black
Rock district, and two mines Castle
Creek district '
Joe Algert, ct al., files declaration
j of exemption on five mines. Walker
district
Ernest Rork files declaration of ex
emption on one mine, Humbug dis
trict J. A. Stewart and O. R. Rohm file
declaration of exemption on five
mines, Verde district
Ira J. McCulIom files declaration
of exemption on five mines, Big Bug
district.
Chas. R. Smith, ct al.", locates two
mines. Pine Grove district
Chino Mutual Wateruscrs Assn.
amend Articles of Incorporation, in
creasing capital stock, etc.
Ismaela Gomez to Martin Chavez.
Lots 1, 2, Block 13, Jerome.
J. B. Lcmley locates eleven mines,
Turkey Creek district
Title Creek Tungsten Co. files dec
laration of exemption on thirteen
mines. Tip Top district
Y. Garcia to Alex. Dow, bill of sale,
9 cows.
F. Garcia to Alex. Dow, bill of sale,
4 cows.
SUMMONS'
In the Superior Court of
County, State of Arizona.
Helen J. Brock, Plaintiff,
Yavapai
Versus:
George Allen Brock, Defendant.
Summons No. 6860. 1
Action brought in the Superior
Court of Yavapai County, State of
Arizona. The State of Arizona Sends
Greetings to George Allen Brock.
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to appear in an action brought
against you by ' the above-named
plaintiff in the Superior Court of Yav
apai County, State of Arizona, and
answer 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 service upon you
of this Summons, if served in this
County: in all other cases thirty days,
j after the service of this Summons up-
vice).
And you are hereby notified that if
you fail to appear and answer the
complaint as above required, plaintiff
will take judgment by default against
you and judgment for costs and dis
bursements in this behalf expended.
Given under my hand and seal of
said Court, at Prescott, this 27th day
of Xovcmber, A. D., 1917.
(Seal). P. J. FARLEY, Clerk.
By HELEX V. CARTMELL,
Deputy.
J. E. Russell, Attorney for Plain
tiff. (W) First publicaton Nov. 28 5t
FORFEITURE NOTICE
Prescott, Arizona,
October 30, 1917.
To A. A. IMMEL; his heirs, legal
representatives and assigns:
You are hereby notified that I
have expended during the years 1908,
1909, 1910, 1911, 19121913, 1914, 1915
and 1916, Xine Hundred Dollars
($900.00) in labor and improvements
upon the Red Top Lode Mining

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