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I City 'News f
In Brief
Heavy Rains.
in I J lie Lvnx creek countrv vrsfptvlnv
j - j
being in a critical state, and her re
covery is assured.
Range Visitor.
W. A. Gill.bf Cordes, one of the
llifTfPQt roinr nf nntc In ,1,1c rnnn.
'S-isVstyt-. motored to the citv vesterdav on
(From Thursday's Daily.) la business trip, reporting the industry
Mining Business. ,ln excellent shape and mohair prices
still soaring.
Brief Visitors.
pital, who submitted to an operation! are so well pleased with the moun-J Range Artfct Arrives,
cany ims weeK tor appendicitis. Her tain air of Prcscott that they havei Ed. Lee.' of Tulsa Okla. known
conumon is improving rapidly attcr concluded to remain until snow flies, i th UV, ti. -r,..u. rt , r ' ', . '
, ... J , ..vji imu mic uiggcai l .nils ui inc
Eastern Visitor. 1 , rived m the city yesterday and will, season, in which the usual cloudburst
Mrs. Charles McArthur, of Akron. remain until after the cowboy con-1 bored into the formation nnn vM!.t
uino, is a recent arrival at Hotel, tests
Congress, and is so favorably im
pressed with the climate that she
has concluded to remain for the
Sells Cattle Business.
B. B. Williams, recently engaged
air. anu .urs. i. ti. ritzsimmons, j Kirkland
s. lie. ins many new and humor- gulshcs to overflowing. The ranee
siuiii.s io jinn on wnne in, country was ii
the saddle and on'foot.
Remove From City.
MVs. V. R. Ehle, who moved from
the city recently to Jerome Junction,
immensely benefitted,
Prominent Visitors.
Mrs. and Mrs. Kinsglcy, of Scotts
Martin Shuber, owner of Conner
mines in Copper Basin, is in the city
on a business trip. '
iSQummons. : of Phoenix, who have been visiting
O. S. Wakcling, manager of the.'for a few davs at the old home with
U.zona Aline Supply Company. is jfrjcnds, return south- todav. Later
called to Los Aucelcs todav to attend ... - " .
the funeral of his only brother. I cation is decided upon. j Coming Event,
Outing Trip. j 'Hon. Lee Crncc, former governor, of
'Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Warding, of ! Oklahoma, who is spending the Sum-
reoria, .uaricopa county, are in the ,Cr on Groom creek, while in the city
Groom creek, orcnnvinor n r.ihln tn
wucrc ncr nusnana is wnn ine united remain for the summer, and arc very
viruc ranroau. was a visitor vester- ,nnrl, n .ncn, ,-:,i, ......-:
MMm. I .summer.
The Ladies' Missionary Society o Ba From Mohave.
Ihe Baptist church will meet this!. Joh" -Carty. a well known min
aftcrnoon at 2:30 o'clock at Mrs:,nE man of this field, has returned
Sandler's 314 Park Ave. j fro,n MohaIc, com' and leave.s t0'
Taking Layoff. !"aj' 'or MfcCabc, where he has inter-
Egbert and Willis McVeagh, min-icsts- IIc is one of tI,c oldest rcs'"
crs from Tiptop district, arc in the j tlents of that mining camp town,
city to enjoy a vacation for a few j Called to Illinois.
weeks, owing to intensely warm! Mr. and Mrs. Purdy Benjamin, of
weather, which old-timers state, has I Williams, arc in the city en route to
id valley country, is in the i day. and with her w,as her sister, Mrs.j They are parents of Mrs Thomas
city and has sold out. He is undc-'B. J. McNicholl, whose husband also .Marshall, wife of Vice President
cided where to locate and remains is employed in-railroading at that Marshall', and this is their first visit
here for the present until a new lo-jl'oint. lo Yavami '
McLane Moves Office.
Justice of the Peace Charles Mc
Lane yesterday moved his office
frnvn li . . ... -i : i T. r f
n.:. r .... . ... ' : v ijuuncis in imz i. w. w.
iniut jiuuuui rnday. accented an invitation to de- r? h;M:n . t.:, ....
Apache county, after enjoying an'livcr a patriotic address at the fair j basement of the court house. The
grounds on July 4th, at the opening. 0ff;cc ;s now iocatcd in the room on
corner of the btiild-
MRS. STOREY ARRAIGNED ftice Court of Sdigman, Yavapai.
NW YORK, June 27. Mrs. Wil- County, State of Arizona, and ans
liam Cumming Storey, former presi- wer te complaint filed with the Jus
dent general of the Daughters of the ticc of the Court at Seligman, in said
American Revolution, indicted for al- County within twenty days (Vxrlus
lcged illegal war charities activities,,"6 of the day of service), after the
was arraigned today in the general service upon you of this Summons,
Sessions court and held under $1,QC0 served in this count: in all other
bond for uleadimr next Tnpsrfnv TTi' cases thirtv davs. after the sen-irp nf
dale, Maricopa county, are now on; prosecutor says that Washington this summons noon vou (exclusive
cd tor her indictment last December. e day of service).
MA-s. Storey charges that she was' And you are hereby notified that
arrested as the result of a fight in the 'u fail "to appfar and answer the
society. complaint as above required, plaintiff
will take judgment by default aeair.st
ISSUE f VOll nri1 iitflcrmpnt fnr rnctc nn.T .TT-
citv from the
never been equalled,
Mining Business.
Ed. Wicks, a well known mining
man, who has interests in the Walker
field, is in the city on a business trip,
and gives a good report of the above
country, saying that more properties
arc now in action than known for
many years.
Coast Visitors.
Goldiicld. Maricopa county, where
they are called by the illness of a
niece of Mrs. Williams, who was
prostrated by the heat during tlife
week. They arc traveling in auto.
Stork Pays Visit
A baby boy, weighing nine pounds
was left at the Sidney Birch home on
Xorth McCormick street last night
irs. V. yy. Wellborn and daughter. ahof s 0'cck by Dr. Stork. The
Mlrs. Louis Layrd, of Bakcrsficld, I fat,pr ;. fce,;rK as cIlCRtv as tl,0ugh
Cal., arrived I uesday and will remain ., . . ., ,-. : ", ,,.
s ' r, J yt -ixt in - this was the lirst arrival and the
for a lew weeks. Mr. Wellborn is, ., ... . i
investigating oil conditions in Big I "!ot ,er ,at last accounts was doing
Chino valley, and has been making j nlce,.
observations for the nast week, llei Medical Mission.
may conclude to become interested, j Mr. and Mrs. Jake Weber motored
From New Mexico. j to the city Wednesday from Camp
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Shaffroth, form-j Verde, brmeing their little daughter.
cr residents ot this section, returned i ,nnn Fi;7n1.li fnr mnliral mirn-
a few days ago from Mogollon, Xcw!t;otl( for an ;ntcstinal affliction of a
Mexico, after an absence of a year.
Mr. ijlianroth is
. nmln criniic nntnrp lrs Wphrr IS
a mining operaiori . ... . . ....
and is to again look over the Maycrj rcn,a,m u,c "
countrv as well as the Bradshaws. j ,,cr ""sband returned home.
He may close a deal. Graham Visitors.
Snider Brought to City. j Mrs. George D. Deere and two
Thomas C Snider, the well known daughters were arrivals during the
contractor of Clarkdalc, who was! week from near Safford, and will re-J
badly injured about a week ago by alna;n during the Summer to escape
I mule falling on him, was brought tc . thc hcat Mr, Decre ami a son arc
iiUSiiti jian-iuui iu 'MSrm n nvrrlnH n niltn Tip visit
ors are very much pleased with the
treatment. He was crushed about the ;
Tf liter ultimnta mrwwr m c
assured. rnangc m climate.
Comes For Summer. ' Home On Furlough.
Mrs. Bessie Blackwcll, accompanied j F. E. McKinley, in the na-j and
by her son and daughter arrived dur-l stationed at Goat Island, Cal., arrived
ing the week from a mining camp 1 home yesterday on a ten-day furloueh
near Eagle Eye, west of Congress to visit with relatives and friends, lie
junction, where .Mr. Blackwcll is a ;s a son o Mr anil Mrs C. E. Mc-
outing for the past three weeks and
are to remain in this section until af
ter the Fourth of July.
Cooling Off.
Dave Barnes, a well knovn cattle
man of Maricopa county, was an ar
rival during the week, and will re
main for the summer to enjoy the
climate and look over thc outlying
range country. IIc may dqeide to
locate here.
Coming For Summer.
W. J. McQuerrry, ' of , Gilbert, Utruction is to be rushed, as "time is
writes to Dr. C. W. Pardee that j essential" irf the life of an institution
warm weather brings him and fam-j0f this character,
ily to Prcscott to remain for thc Tidings From Afar.
siiniimiirr. Thrv nrrivp tirxt week. I T1n:..n :.. t- r r t-i:,.i.:
j - - - , ii:iiuitLa in i mi.uil I't iuy Aviaiviii ... . , -, r , .
"It is like being alongside of a cop-!,lavc rcceiVed letters this week from!.w,.",c she ,s at. crcy IOSP'a'. ater
per furnace working under full bla.t" ,lim at Xcvers, France, which impart """f oncra "P?n lor. appcndici
hc savs. !.!,, ;fnrm,t;n ,i,ni l,. ; ''" condition improving rapidly.
In the Army. . . I ,cchai.ical war work, and is out of ,n,e . v,s,,or state? th? a,,ove cnt7
Writing from Fort Crook, - Iowa. Uc firing zone. He is in good health. I h" bcP" s.wcpt by ,,,s mos l,cn?fi-
Ilarrv Lamb states he has "beat the W l,a ihn "Ariznnr, fPvPr" tn he .c,al. "ins m many years, bringing
of thc cowboy contests. Fred Colter,
from Apache county, also will be in
Prcscott on that day, and will deliver
an address.
Rushing the Work.
Contractor George W. Sines is in
thc city from Humboldt to visit Sun
day with his wife, and states the
foundation of thc new bank building
is completed, although the corner-j
stone was laid only last week. Con
the- northeast
Gov. Hunt Looks Us Over.
Governor G. W. P. Hunt was in
Prescot't on Sunday for a short visit
among friends. The governor had
gone to Jerome thc day before in the
interests of thc Jerome-Prscott road,
and while here stated that he believ
ed that thc last obstacle had been re
moved from thc construction of the
Visiting Wife. j
T. B. Carter is in thc city from!
Walnut Grove, to be with his wife
'WASHINGTON, June 27. An- biirscmehts in this behalf explained
other bond bill authorizing an $8,000,. Given under my hand, this First
000.000 Liberty Loan, much greatet'day of July, A. D.. 1918.
than any heretofore authorized, is bc- C. E. STAIXBROOK
ing framed by the house ways and ' (Adv. W 4t) Justice of the Peace
means committee. The next issue' : '
will probably come in October and) NOTICE TO CREDITORS
subsequent ones when they become In the Superior Court of the State
necessary. of ArLtonai irt and for the County
WASHINGTON', June 27. The mf ' 'C eS,atte f IDA
granting of deferred classification to! PCIIER, deceased,
skilled machinists and fnrloughingt -Nt,ce,s hcreb- S'ven by, the un
those m cantonments is considered Tdcrs,Snl executors of thc estate of
necessary to meet the shortage in in
Ida A. Dutchcr, deceased, to the
creditors of and all persons havine
I claims against thc said deceased, to
'exhibit such claims, with the ncces-
: sary vouchers, within ten month
back farming and ranging to an old
time state.
Filled Up.
TnJ. Laird was a visitor yesterday
from Groom creek, and reported that
mining field as having been trans
formed during thc past month into a
Instruments Filed as Recorded after Iie rst publication of this no-
By the Prescott Title Co. I'?cc' l? !,e, f3 ecut.ors the of"
nee of Robt. E. M-ornson, Prescott,
June 25, 1918 I .r;7
V"Vr F-Ct al ,OCatCS 4 n,InCS'' Da,e1 at 1 Prescott, Arizona. thi
Mint Valley D.st. l22nd day of JuV. 191S.
u. a. Crank locates Virginia mtn; EGBERT K. DUTCH ER
elm Walker Dist j -EMMA I. DUTCin-R
E sworth W. Monroe et ux.to Ma-: Executors of said Estate,
thilda Clarlc Lot 19. Blk 4. Mocllcr tir srt
draft" and is now with thc regulars ' nck at liome.
under a three-year enlistment. He j Caterpillars Coming,
anticipated being called later, and Thomas Williams, of Congress
says he "wanted to get the fuss ovci Junction, is in thc city, and reports
and the thing through with as soon'the manganese situation to thc west
as possible." This recruit has rcla- as assuming much interest as operat
ives in Coconino county and form-iDrs i,eci to produce. It is now set-
crly attended the public school ir. tied that a gang of caterpillar trucks
l'rcscott lor part ot a term. :s to be usell
Leaves the Ranee t,,.,
- I Vl'UK JUIH (lull WW lll. ,""in Ir . . . . iw J
l-ehx -uapes, a well known range-, noin, Thc cnt;rc co,intrv now seems i . ll:"-fect in Bashford
man, until recently in the employ of to bc desirable for this character of "' J""c" l" ualc u,,s 5ea"
r .i ii i . . . .. son.
vw. ...... ... ...v-. ... ...w uiiiiini; ana some uiu iiiuvuniciub .lie
i t r i ?.? i ... .
rancn, nas resigned ins posuion anu anticipated later.
. .i r. . f it
comes io mis cuy to un an ngagc- ,
ment at Dr. C. W. Pardee's stables. ' fFrom Tuesday's Daily.)
big summer resort. Every building
freighting' out and . ,s uP'd and on an average there
rnnnrots Irnirlinn will lie flip lnnilinr 7 ' -ri-- j
J. " ! for
Add. to Prescott..
Elsworth W. Monroe ct tlx to Ma-1 "
thilda Clark. Lot 20, Blk 4, Mocllcrj NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Add. to Prescott. , No- 1305
O. A. Ensign to F. L. Carlisle., YnJSStf0! hC C0Unty
SsArr fHrChT-C rC l" "teSrt3t Tf "fste ol
to bc $12,000 18 months Tip Top,! ETHEL L. FAVOUR, Deccasc-L
very i op, iiacK jacK, joker frac-. Notice is hereby given by thc
tion, mines Humbug Dist.
i undersigned. Executor of the last
Prescott Realty & Securities Co., Will and Testament of Ethel L.
for thc Summer.
Passing Through.
Fred Brayton, who when a young
man resided in this city for 'a' short
time with his sister. Mrs. Chaunccv
Mitchell, arrived from Napa, Cal., oni
Kinley. He said: "Is the navy all
right? Just take a look at mc and
sec how they treat us all: nothing
like it on this earth."
Bitr Cattle Shipment
During the week there ,was loaded
i uesday atternoon and yesterday con-1 at bkull valley a shipment ot over
tinued to Verde to accept a situation . 1 500 head of range cattle of all
He also will enter the cowboy con-' Goes To Tucson.
tests next week and has some clever' Attorney Richard Lamson left yes-
spccialties to present. tcrday for Tucson, where he has liti-
Old Timer Returns. ' gation before thc federal court.
'Phillip Dunkel, a resident of this Visiting Old Home,
city and Jerome for many years iin-J ir. h. Hethcrington has gone to
til ' 1900, returned during the week , Toronto, Canada, his old home, to
coining back on account of joor'v;s;t for the next month with rela
hcalth. Until a short time ago hejtJves and friends.
was at Vallcjo, Cal., in business and Sunday Visitors.
if he is benefitted by a change off Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mayer motored
climate Ins wife and family will join ; fron, Mayer to Prcscott on Sunday
To Say Farewell.
Mrs. John Frederick arrived from
Camp Vcrdc on Sunday and left yes
terday for Camp Kearny, to bid her
husband farewell, who is with the
158 Infantry. He anticipates going
overseas in a short time to bc with
other comrades and is the last of his
company to leave the above military
'From Sunday's Pail v.)
Earl Sands, who started his career
- i jruui:: mr ui'iivciy iu ouuiii i-ranui.t, t
returns to Arizona after an absence' ,)p;n $?3 3 am, $-3 er llcaJ, home,
of oer a quarter of a century. ,. " u..n. P ci...i. IFumi
(From Friday's Daily.)
Comes to Visit.
Mrs. O. D. Knee, of Dewey, is in
the city for a short visit with friends.
Valley Visitor.
(Mrs. J. A. Walker, of Kirkland
valley, wife of a well known goat
raiser, was an arrival yesterday.
Visiting Friends.
Mrs. Hugh Higgins, of Skull valley,
is in thc city to remain for a short
visit with friends.
Goes to the Navy.
George Stack, a well known youth
of this city, left yesterday for Los
ngelcs to take final examinations to
enter thc navy.
From the Country. I
Mr. and Mrs. James Cameron, wclli
known as pioneer residents of Walnut!
Grove, arc in thc city for a short trip
on business and to visit with friends.
Sudden Illness. '
George Rohpetcr, a well known
r .i. .. ,:.!
ing at Dewey, is in Mercy hospital i Buyable Picnic,
under treatment, having been sudden
ly stricken ill a short time ago.
Warm famn I'rH. I
Th- f o,nnmtnTr nt Cnmn VrrAo nn i Psent and at :M a picnic supper
Wednesdav afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, was sen-cd which made a big hit with
was 110 degrees, said to he thc warm-, "eryonc. Thc menu included baked
est ever experienced in that commun-!am' potat sa,ad- ,ckIcs' coffec-
Thc shippers were Mullen & Shultz,
! Stewart & Son, Rudy Brothers, Chas.
Young, brandy Ehle and others of
that region.
Mining Man Returns.
James Green, who will bc well re
membered as a mining operator of
this section, returned during the week
from Globe, and is investigating cer
tain sections to secure cinnabar prop
erties. Mr. Green operated the Com
mercial in Copper I'asm under a
short-time lease and this is his first
trip north in over ten years.
Bitten by Scorpion.
Charles A. Singleton, a young man
who arrived recently from Colorado
Springs, Colo., and was in thc Vulture
region with a brother for his health,
is quite seriously affected by thc bite
of a scorpion on thc left arm. This
member assumed three times its nat-
tiral size for over a week afterward,
(but the swelling is now receding. IIc
I is in thc city, to remain for a short
time to recuperate his health
Furnishes Bail.
j turning home later in thc day.
1 KtpIt K rom Hoast. -
Willim E. Garland, alias "Prof. jrs. Stella Robinson who has
in a mercantile establishment. Hc!U,ics for ,ici;vcrv fD South Dakota. !mnl aml again make this city their 'to visit with relatives and friends, re-(as a jockey in .Prescot less than two
years ago, has finally "gone over thc
top" in racing circles of the country,
being rated now as third on thc list
of American riders.
'He was accorded this honor at Cin
cinnati, Ohio, last week, and to reach
that distinction his record as publish-
to Jose Aldretc. Tract of land 50x150 j favour, deceased, to the creditors cf
idd. to Prescott. laail persons having claims against
Dixon Fagerbcrg ct ux to Anna"".?, satl tleccase. to exhibit them
McLaughlin. Lot 14. Blk 1, E. Fres-.)" L" acJFpn
r-' . T ... ,'tion of this notice to the said Exc-
Jirncst Lc Due to Albert R. Kent, cutor. at his offices, Union Block,
Borititc Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 mines, t Prcscott. Arizona, thc same being the
Big Bug Dist. j place for the transaction of thcx
Ernest Lc Due to Albert R, Kent, business of said estate, in said county
Gilt Edge, Gilt Edge Fraction. ;of Yavapai.
Big Bug, Nugget. Gem, Placers and! ALPHEUS H. FAVOUR,
Big Ledge Number Four, Grapevine: Ecutr of the last Will and
No. 9. Granev ne Nos. 8. 7 6 5 nn,t: 01 liinti i i-avour,
4, Protection No. 14, mines, Big Bug I
Dist !
Testament of Ethel L.
First publication June 12. (W 5t).
Masters," who was held to answer at j been visiting with friends at Los An
Jerome to the Federal court on a:RCcs and other coast points, return
charge of violating the espionage ej to Trescott yesterday afternoon,
act, has been released on $2,000 1 Come To Visit.
bond, l'ctcr Uordon, J. W. Urown Mrs. II. T. Loutitt. of Jerome, was'ed. is one of the most ivrimiit9l
and Bernard MacDonald are his an arrival yesterday to remain for j achievements a person of his age ever
bondsmen. It is understood that he 'an extended visit and is at the home accomplished on the American turf.
will hold forth as a clairvoyant in; f her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland, Since leaving Arizona last Autumn
rrescott till his trial is held. ; Mosher.
Mining Active. i Taking Layoff.
Tim Hawkins, one of the best) j. r. Slack, who has mining inter
known of pioneer Prcscottilcs, is sts in Groom creed distict is in thc
again in the city after being in the t city to take a layoff, temporarily
tungsten field near Camp Wood, and suspending operations. Later he rc-
rcports a resumption of operations at Snmcs.
different camps. Shipping out is toiMkimg Business.
this young man, who is entering his
19th year has won 79 races, and his
winnings have totalled over $125,000.
In an interview he stated he "rides for
his employers only," and that they arc
the only ones who know what is go
ring on so far as racing secrets arc
concerned, wherein he figures. Sands
begin m a short time and production; Emmet Fitzgerald is in the city, has been "sounded" time and again
willl bc heavy. The main camp isjfr0m his Golden Gate mining camp,! for a tip and as often has refused to
uawior, onnor & wood, which i-s;Lynx creek district, on a business "divulge anything he knows. Intimate
The employes of the BM5 store
I enjoyed a picnic at Granite Dells yes-
: tcrday evening. A large crowd was
; fruit, etc The refreshments commit
tec consisted of Misses Kinncv and
'tv for this time of thc year.
Air.: It fs m.lpr ,v5fo nf thn nnt i K,,llne a,!1 Mr" Ma'S
at Clarkdalc of the Verde Valley RaiU
.1 , IS 111 till CU1 1U1 .1 ?11U1 I tlll, , .
1 r .i- i.- 1 r ' who was a visitor yesterdav. stated
with friends, this being her former:. . . , ,
home. She is at Hotel Congress.
ataic umoai ncrc. I
I Now a War Farmer.
Dr. J. W. Osbum, of Camp Vcrdc,
j he has abandoned his profession and
! all other pursuits for thc present to
friends, and in some instances even
relatives, have been disappointed byj
over racing affairs.
An admirable trait of character of
in many years.
Mrs. Theroux a Mother.
Mrs. Louise Wctmorc
received word through
a telegram
L. B. Whitney, thc lawyer member
of the commission of State institu
tions, came up from Phoenix
night and will remain here for a day
or so looking after some official business.
Back From Coast.
begin a career as a war farmer. IIc! the fourth wedding anniversary of
thc couple. Lieutenant Theroux is
now in thc Saon-ct-Loirc fighting
has secured land in Verde valley and
l .. .: r 1 1 1
, , . i'imii"H ui suuM.iiiuui iruiis nas oecn
iasii , ,, .,, , , ....
nnibiiL-u, as wen win 11c nave the big
gest hog ranch in thc countv. He has
'tlubbcd his place the "Rancho of the
Allies," but will not enter any com-
!!.:-.: . : .
Paul L. Parker returned during thc V 'j?
week from a vacation to San Fran-' ? .
Cisco and other coast cities, and!. Mr- an.,! . Mr?" A,sa ,r If"'
leaves later for a mining camp in the ron."cr, ,nln,n5 111 H'ack Rock district.
Bradshaws to resume his duties as a!amVcd nlay and are to reman,
m;ner j'or several weeks to enjoy thc cli
mate .ir. i-iiiiorook Doucht vester
shaping up for big operations. I trip, ard states development contin
Good Outlook. tics, with the showing as satisfac
C. C. Evans and Duff Dickson tory.
were visitors yesterday from Kirk- j Curing Trip.
land valley, reporting an excellent jrs. Lulu Augustine left yesterday
outlook for thc farmer and cattle-, for the coast on an outing for the , this youth is that after he had accum
man, since heavy rains had fallen. I summer, and while away will visit ulated his first $20,000 he devoted thc
The first cuttting of wheat hay is bc-!w;th Mrs. O. R. Harrington, at San greater part of that sum to buying for
ing made and thc crop is large. The Diego, and her brother-in-law, Rog-j his father and mother a farm in Utah,
usual rains in July will insure forcr Catc, and daughter of Los Angc- Later as his winnings continued lie
that country the best times known! ics. expended a similar sum in buyinir an
Annual Outing. adjoining tract of land to that of his
Charles Branncn, well known as) parents, making additional expendi
an engineer of' thc United Vcrdc rail-Jturcs to improve each property. "I
road, passed through yesterday to : Want my folks to alide alontc smoothlv
her sister in Chicago of the 1 the coast, on a vacation for a few! through life without want or care, and i
arrival thc day before of an b-pound i months. He states he will keep on! that is thc reason I thought of them
baby boy to Mrs. Henry Theroux, j dry land this time, taking no chances I first," he stated.
daughter of Mrs. Woostcr. Thc);n humping into a submarine on the! Sands also savs that it navs to bc
stork had been expected for several : briny. fair and square in or out of thc sad-
Recreation Trip. die, and this rule he proposes to fol-
Otto Lind, Sr.. well known in min-low as long as he is on the turf. IIc
mg circles as a Hoisting engineer, ,s n0w in New York City to finish up
left yesterday for coast resorts of, riding for the season, and in all nrob-
zone in trance and the happy news , California for a summer vacation to , ability will again visit Prescott for a
Albert R. Kent to Big Ledge Cop- ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY
per Co. Same property. I APPLICATION FOR LEAVE
Albert R. Kent to Big Ledge Cop- TO SELL REAL ESTATE
per Co. Bornite Nos. 1. 2, 3, 4, 5,' SHOULD NOT BE GRANTED
and C mines, Big Bug Dist. lTn t. a r c. r
Decree Superior court, Sacramento "Arizona in and for the County of
Co., Cal., in estate Margaret Sarah; Yavapai
Devinc. an incompetent person, ap-, In thc Matter of the Estate of Rob
pointing Richard P. Talbot as guard-j crt Keating, Deceased,
ian. ! Thc Commercial Trust & Savings
Mary Otis Blake et con to Carrie j Rank, executor of the Last Will and
Stewart et con. Lot 2, Blk' 12 Testament of Robert Keating, dc
Whipple Heights Add. to Prcscott. l"?sc hav,nB lay presented to
17 v n?!... . -, t j!tllls Court its duly venhed oetttion
E. K Dutchcr to Arizona Land!praying for a onfcr tQ sc certa;u
vr-,7'gr O-3,0.";1 estatc longing to said estate
of NW4, NWJS of NE Scc for the causes and reasons therein set
30, and SV; SEJ4, Sec 19, 15N, 1W. forth, and it appearing to this Court
Bernard S, Boyle locates four mines ' from said petition that it is necessary
Black Hills district. and would be beneficial to said estate
J. F. Young, sheriff, appoints S. LJt,iat said real estate described in said
Strahan, W. C. Bayless and Ray Pe'on, or some part of it, should
I It is hereby ordered that he next
j of kin of said deceased, and all per-
Bycrs as deputies,
, June 27, 1918.
J. M. Borjorquez ct ux
Romero to BIaz Campos.
of S. .40 feet of Lot 24, Block , Jc-thercof ,ocatetI in t, Qt of p
'Blaz Campos to Marqucz & Belt
ran. Same property.
cott, Lounty of Yavapai, State ot
Arizona, on Friday, the 5th dav ot
July, 191S, at 10 o'clock in the fore-
. F!t t T
vcrtip vaiicv iiiid. lo. io tosenni r i t
his maintainim, the strictest secrecy j Suput: Lot Block 2, Cottonwood '"Souhf' not b
Addition to cottonwoou. fi, n( cm, ,1 ,
Vescott harms Co. amend Articles for in said petition, rcferencc to
Incorporation, increasing capital i,:-i, : t.,i. m,.i .-. r...,
stock to $1,000,000. 'ricuiars- 1
Arizona Bagdad Copper Co. files.' ,And jt ;s hereby, further ordered
notice of right to water of Sycamore . ,hat a cop of this or'(,cr ,)c pubHshea
"r - r ErCua.(1,rinC- -, r , t ' at least once, a week for four snccev--I
II. Meek to Dand Gowlwin. Lot; ,.-tc ?n th. im,i m: ..
10 on Deception Gulch mining claim.
newspaper of general
weeks but delayed his arrival until
was cabled him there.
r iday from C. G. Riebeling a Studc
irum , , . , , . ,
u.ici amo ami ucgins touay to motor
Range Visitor.
J. E. Rudv is in thc citv
rni.- i-o. i i .., j over thc country. He said: "I had
, . , ... .. . . the alternative of cither buvine a car
mill rpnnrtc rnnrftfinnc nc c-iticffir-,nr. - " tl v-11
Heavy rains fell last week and gral a"dl" c expense of sending
ing is getting well advanced. j W'C y, rr 'C " V"
Come to Visit to ,,g,,-Pr,ccd California seaside
Mrs. Lena Blackburn and daughter. I s.orts- S ,he K.:,E?1!0 wa?, won
Mrs. Lois Eastburn. were arrival lU' a"d eryhodyhappy.
vestcrday from Clarkdalc, to remain, (From Saturday's Daily)
for an extended visit, and arc at the! Visiting Friends.
nomc 01 .Mrs. i nomas banders, moth-; Mrs Wiley Coughran, of
MTS- uiacKourn. valley, is in thc city to remain
avorable condition. , a .Cck-cnd visit with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter, of Summer Visitors.
Walnut Grove, visited thc city yes- Mrs. , S. Hansen and sister, Miss
terday, the former coming on account Grace Johnson, of Phoenix, arc re
ef l"s mo'hcr b i"g 'II at Mcrcj hns-'cciit armals at the Congress, and
(From Sunday's Daily.)
Jerome Visitor.
Mrs. H. L. Nihcll, of Jerome, well !
known in this city, is here to visit j
with friends. ' I
Come to Visit.
Mrs. O. E. Schwanbeck and Mrs. R.
W. Long, of Cedar Glade, arc in the
city for a short visit with friends.
Visiting Friends.
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Smith and Mr.
and Mrs. W. Nelson Shew, of Walnut
Grove, arc visiting for a few weeks
with friends in thc city.
Country Visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Ainsworth,
of Walnut creek, motored to thc city
yesterday, the former reporting a sat-
r . , i . . !
lsiaciory ouiiook in tanning since j,;,,, l,ack.
heavy rams had fallen.
Pioneer Visitor.
recuperate his health
Returns From East.
J. H. VanZandt, well known in
mining circles as an operator, has re-
short time.
WASHINGTON, June 27. Efforts
turned from thc eastern states after! for a vote on the Susan B. Anthony
a successful trip on business pertain-( sufragc amendment failed in the scn
ing to his interests. : a,e today after a three hours' debate
Brings Prisoners Here. I and preliminary jockeying, with the
United States Marshal Joe Dillon friends of the measure charging a filk
Wr'v JTH'IAdai,ioIn'Jcron,c;i Printed arid published in thc
W. K. Hill to Guy H. Bailey and ' pr:rn,t --.,, f v,;
I ILIll tt. .UIIUI9. L.V1 V VII Wttl'-i
tion mining claim No. 1, Jerome. j
John H. Bailey et ux to United)
Verde Extension Mining Co. Lots'
9, 10 and 11, on Deception Gulch Min-j
ing Claim No. 1, Jerome,
Vivian Bailey to L. V. Extension !
Mining Co. Same property.
Houston C. Ward to W. W. Cook. " , .
Bill of sale Horses on Black Mcsaj 1 rcsco. Ar'Zt"In,q
and Agua Fria river. ; lAz L,
Lucinda Lonhian to Fred Back. , "1 ' . - ' ' K "
it-tiiL'suiKMiivca iiiiu iisiins:
c Citv of
State ot
Dated this 3rd dav of June. 1918.
(W) First publication June 5 5t.
E'A of NE of NEJ4, Sec. 16, UN.,
5 E.
'W. L. Back ct ux to Fred Back.
aou arc hereby notified that I
have expended during-the years 190S.
infm trim inn .n.- inn . . . -
;Pl nf -FI an.l VPIC nf CJF.W qr- I 'J"' lJi' 1 '". 13
1916. Nine Hundred Dollars
($900.00) in labor and improvement
Co. to Yavapai "P:" th.ef R,ed- op LckIc Minmr
r ro-,,1 TO;.. 1 Claim, situate in thc Big Bug Minn;.
16. and S'A of NWM, Sec 15, 13N.,
a E.
'A. T. & S. F. R. R
County. Easement for road purposes n; , A , -Kc -across
railroad property near Crook- ft? iavaPa''
;; rioi,,. Arizona, the location notice ot vh. h
Carl Rccs to M. S. T. & T. Co.'
is found on record
Book 75 .f
from Tucson on Sunday buster. A fight to thc finish is prom- Rglt of waj ocr Sees. 16, 9, S and , rccor,,er 0'f aid
came up irom i ucson un mma.) - - t.t -y.,,
eveniiitr an.l broucht with him S fed- 's "xt week, though some who1 3
oral ni-isoncrs who have been sen-; supnortctl the measure said that thci i ru,i " t:l: -i:. !of section 2324 of the Revised Siat-
. i t.., ccc;nn nt ilip action luislit he delayed indefinitely.! n-.L -r, b Mutes
icilt.i:ti Ml iiiv a iiLwii w. ( -J - - , iic Iup U1H111CI.
federal court. Tr c itt t tavp tadt'
i w . u. ivjii.Li injva rititi
... . ! WASHINGTON. June 27. Gener
Mines, at I'age 96, in the office of t' c
countv in order to
drews to Loma Vcrdc!
hold said claim under thc provisions
known in;
Back From South.
Steve Mensinger,
lie mining comurj, .....u.-wu. scIm an Amer;can rcB;,ncnt nou. ;
has returnetl to I'rescott from the ; ,o ,o
silver lien camp in l ima couiuy. i. ,,. th -tv f fr. t aoa: rnntv. Slate of Amnnn
rmrm Tlio wnrni wentltnr 1irin?S' . ..... . . . i w .1 . . ...
. ........ . - - - ........ - 1 : 111(1 I t 1 1 si IFt.ob LTvahmI. ....! I tltlf Xr I nlnifc ...... - . .
. w ' " , ' r , ' ' " puoiicaiToir inereot, yoa tail or rcltisc
;can troops. K. B. Snyder, defendant. j to contribnte your proportion of such
1 ttamct ATir-'uVrr. r-xj Tn-c- i Action brought in thc Justice' expenditure as a co-owner, v.W-rh
r,A;,kx-T,, , ? CHRG, ,r"rt of Srligman, Yavapai County, amounts to Four Hundred an.T V
In Justice Court of Seligman Yav-
s ot the united States, and t'le
amendment thereto approved Jamirry
I22.18S0, concerning annual labor rpni
j mining claims, being the anioilnt re-
quired to hold said lode for the period
ending on the 31st day of DeccnK
" V D. 1916. And if. within ninety
days from the personal service of thf?
notice, or within ninety davs after the
County Visitors.
Mr and Mrs TTcnrv Ritter are in
Mrs. Ida Genung, of Pecplcs valley, ' ,i. r:,v rrnm iTilUide tn rr,,,a; un
favorably known in pioneer circles, is after tl.r Covl av Contests. Mrs.
i a recent arri-al in thc city to remain n;,or- ;'l n,rt;n-ti. rwl.
for the Summer, and is visiting with ;ng cvents and is rated as the most V -e ' ' 'I-.15 aHcP.cd lvas
tier sister. .Mrs. A. O. oyes, andjdevcr equestrienne in the southwest
daughter, Mrs. Grace Chapman. I Sad Case.
ira'H tli ii
T Ol
the circus tram
Thr Satr of ri
ings to R. B. Snyder. You arc here
na sen Is greet- c'a'!:1 V1" become thc proi ortv r' l
You arc' here- s l'h:1 '7l'fr- 'onr co-owner, ' o ? a
lomg. a'.d Gi-tav Khuss. The fire- summoned and required to appear f said sec ' "
(V First publication May 22, 191S.
man, were indut d
ot loltmfr' mar
today on a charge I In an action brought against you by
daughter. 'the above-named plaintiff in the Jus-1

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