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.WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1918. C'r'SC-.::.:..:..:.:.'?..: City Neivs In Brief '.. ... TOtVCTi?vA?W'vlvWAVAVa 1 nut i rs iui ine iit-.u immu , , . , ., . I Too Warm to Mine. (From Thursday s Daily.) I , conar(, T wh;(c ;s a v;f;tor from Summer Outing. ,owcr Hassavampa, Mrs. C A. Long left yesterday for , ' , .. -. , Los Angeles for a summer outing!'! Wrtc M "", as ,0WV and also to visit with her mpther-in- dow" account of the extremely law, Mts. John Moore, 'warm weather, this summer being From the Country. without a parallel in the high range Albert Vcisling, farming in Pecplcs , of the temperature. He is getting valley, is a visitor on business, report-' his property shaped up for action this ing an excellent outlook in his line fall. since heavy rains have fallen. Back From New Mexico. Physician Visits. ! Harry S. Knight is again in this Dr. J. V. McElwcc, a Los Angeles , action having returned a few days physician, was a visitor to Prcscott .,go fron Xcv. Mexico, on cattle busi during the week to attend a patient an(, w;, bal)ly cosc soine here, returning liome vesterday. , . . . . . . . , . oil 'big deals for Yavapai steers for his Phoenix Visitor. , . , c- .i t- i . m i II C. Cavncss was an arrival yes-: holdings in South Dakota. Also docs terday from Phoenix to remain for he contemplate to secure a range a brief visit with his wife and family, location in this section, utilizing the who are spending the summer in I Arizona unit during the winter in Prcscott. I conjunction with the northern one Recruiting at Humboldt. !for ,naturing in the summer. In order to readily meet enlisting j v;s;tors pieased. demands for the service, a naval re-; , . , E C)av, crmting oflice has been opencil at, - , Humboldt, and will be maintained ! "'ho are motoring through the west, for a short time onlv. Minintr Business. G. E. bcrnathy, shift boss at the, Binghampton, was a brief visitor yes- a,i tjie climate. They are to remain terday from the camp near M'ayer,;lerp for a WCP- instead of a day, returning later in the day. His re- amj w; Y;sit aH ,,accs wlcrc views port was excellent of the showing of, ,e )a(, of tJ.e mointa; sccnery. this copper ,Thev ship the car by rail from this Back From Coast. . I - ' , . . A. P. Prentiss and T.. M. Mborc,l-'ty to I-0 Angeles, not caring to miners who had been on an outing tocros the desert overland. San Francisco, returned during the v.tek. Mr Prentiss alxo visited at I rrom Saturday s Daily) Camp Lewis with two brothers in ' Here From Mohave County, the army, from Idaho. I Mts. M. M. Kingman, formerly Boosting -Colter. ! connected with the Mohave County Mrs. Marguerite O'Hara, of A1bu- Abstract Companv of Kingman, ar qiicrquc, X. M., formerly of Navajo Jn Prcscott on Thursdav and county, is ,n Prcscott. and is-makinc : . hen for scvcra, tQ a campaign among women in hclialt . ... of Senator Fred Colter for the demo- enjoy the cool weather. Mrs. King cratic nomination for governor. She! man came here from Jerome ami remains for a few weeks, leaving for states that that hustling city was no Cochise, Gila and Greenlee counties.! great thing as a summer resort. Good Outlook. D. A. Seaman, well known in min- fFrom Tuesday's Daily.) ing circles as an engineer, and identi- Flving Trip. fied with the Crook canyon field as j. f. Stephens left Sunday for Los an owner, is visiting the city and rc-l Angeles, on a flying business trip, ports several properties as shaping stating lie would return tomorrow, up for early aftion. Primary opera- Cotr.es to Visit tions arc already under vray at somcj Mrs Q w Cartcr h n t)e c;,y of the principal properties. frQm WalmU Grove, to remain for Insurance Event ia fcw (Iays v;siting with friends. Fd. F. Bowers, Northern Arizona Back From Canyon. representative of the Fquitable Life Attorn . j IL RllSi:cii wi,0 l,a,l Insurance Co., left yesterday for Lake i )e(.n cm,;ng a feu. tlavs at Ule Tahoc. Cal.. to attend a five days ( , Gram, Canvon. returned to Prcscott convention which begins on next , ,av a-lcrnoon. fondav. In addition to business to - - . be considered a xricd line of outing, Vismng Fnends. attractions is to be given several " M- Gibhes. wife of the hundred delctrates Jerome attorney and daughter Miss Sness Visft 1 ar.c.5" t1'0 clt-v Mrs. H. K. Bebn. of Phoenix, visit- w days' visit with friends. cd the city during the week on busi-j w.cc TorfniiiiiiT in her realtv inter-! csts, returning home yesterday. She stated that her husband is now in Washington in the service of the government in the war revenue de- partmcnt, while her daughter, Miss Eva Bclin. is attached to anouicr line of federal duty. Here From Phoenix. Attorney Albert D. Lcyhc of Phoc-, nix was in Prcscott yesterday for a short visit, being on his way from, Ash Fork where he had gone to hcipi yestcrtiav from Jerome, and will ap settle up a big mining deal. Thcipcar beforc ti,c military board today transaction compieicu joiuuaj initQ hc exalnmcd. Hc savs he is in said to involve one of the largest physical trim and is eager to go in properties in ine norinern pan ui iac state, but the details of the bargain were not ready to make public, ac cording to Mr. Lcyhc. Desert Visitors. Mrs. B. I. Ingalls and daughters. the Misses Bertha and Carrie Ingalls, arp in xnc cuy irom me iuna wuu- .1 r .1.. tii i. : ; ing country near Parker, to remain '"B '"' indefinitely. Mr. Ingalls accompanied Visiting Old Home, them to Prescott and continued to Hugh Moshcr is home again from Colorado Springs, Colo., on business ; Tucson, and will visit for the next for his copper interests. The visi-j month with his wife, and also take tors state such a warm summer has : a vacation as brakeman of the boutli never been known, and mining forces ern Pacific Hc reports warmer have been curtailed to a minimum. j weather in the South this summer Mines Active. ; than ever known. J. P. Cleator, merchant and miner, Lecral Mission, of Turkey station, is in the city, giv-1 T. C. Job. a former practicing at ing an excellent report of silver min-ornev of this city, but now of Los ing in that field, many properties now Angeles, arrived Sunday, and js pro being in the producing stage. Ship- fcssionally occupied in litigation af ping begins in a short time and indi-, fecting the Hull Copper Co. Hc is cations point to heavy returns in the 1 receiving a welcome back to the old aggregate. Some of the properties,) home from many acquaintances, he says, carry quite a grade of bon-, Range Visitor. anza ore, and there is considerable j jj F. Hudspeth, a principal of the interest shown over future develop-1 1,; range firm of Hudspeth Sheep mcnt I Co., located in the northwestern sec- STT, T t- -t t ' tion of this county, is in the city on (From hndays Daily.) ja i,s;ncss trip and to confer with From the Country. I local associates, reporting conditions Chas. D. Osborn and R. L. Trice, as excellent of Verde valley, were visitors yestcr- ShaDine Up Mine, day on business, reporting a pros- W. J- Casey, of the Mudholc Mm perous region, in farming and kind-.inK Co., was m the city last week ' ,, nrK,,it. I reporting progress in getting the old red P"-s'ts. -mp at Walker in shape for actual Fine Baby Girl. development. Unwatcring old levels R. W. Ainsworth, a visitor yestcr-; cot;nucs energetically and develop day from Walnut creek announced ' mcnt will follow after this work is that the stork had visited his home completed, on July 19, leaving a fine baby girl Touring the Coast, of eight pounds. i Mrs. J. Arthur Callcs, wife of the Hoir From Coast 'attache of the Prescott State bank. -.. 1 f t 1 .1 nml Mrs Frank Olzcr, wife of the Mr. and Mrs. G F Anderson. lhe, nd Mr ,ncrcIiant(havc ROne to first named superinteiHlent of bridges Californ;a a tour!nfr tr;n for jhe and buildings of the S. F. P. & P. n Uvq I)ontlls an,i aiso to visit have returned from the coast resorts w;tjj reiat;VCS after an outing for the past month. , pjj Fruit. To the Coast 1 i l Dickcrson brought to the city Louis Goldman so well known in, Saturday the first shipment of apples mining circles of this field, as the, resident of the Conner Oueen near If lr. frt T nt, A . rrnlne i , IV. 1 t j v. J.. w.j - to visit with his wife and family, and returns next week. Brand New Son. Mr. and MVs. Manuel Madrid cx- tended a hand of welcome to a fine Cashion Cattle Co., of this county, new son who made bis appearance in and incidentally mayor of Cashion, their home this week. The little fel-l near Phoenix, is m the city en route low is the first male child to be de- )! he SefmgJ?n ,le , , ., . 1 . .1 , his farm. He states Cashion is a de- l.vered by the stork to the happy par- c. onc d rQm ents, and of course was given a royal. wp,.i1Pr viewnoint. the mer- reccption 1 pon bis arrival. Mine Owner Here. M. J. Malonev, who has desirably! '.-rated properties near Walker, is in ;.raictl properties near n aiKrr, is in . f- - - - &the citv from his camp, and gives anltJO"-.wa a VSlt0r ves,,er4,,ay- Pre S ,, . r . 'parations are being made to rcsumi ,J. I wcrellent report .of the general .'""-. pro,hlct;on A arKRC ,v of ,-, vimg situation, which is more active at inl;I(HnB material is to be usee (V ' ; -i Aiiirrcpnt tlirm prrr known, wliilr lie - Xivelopnirnt would indicate many pro - .,.t r .1.- f... 'r' Concord. .. it., arriving a lew I days ago from F.l Tovar, are very much pleased with Arizona landscape Range Visitor. T. Frank Condron, of Walnut Grove, is in thd city, reporting the cattle situation as satisfactory, and fine feeding this fall is now assured. State Officials Here. Attorney General Wiley E. Jones and Game Warden O. Willarrt ' were among the distinguished pcr- I sonages who visited Prcscott and Yavanai county over Sunday. Re3tjy To Go. Gcorc Sherman was an arrival tj ranks Country Visitors. David F. Finney and sister. Miss Virginia Finney, arc in the city from the famous Finney Soda Springs, Beaver creek, the former marketing the first peach crop this season, sales . . -. . . - ji- 111c 11 from his Fair Oaks orchard, wincn found ready sale among local mcr- CliaiUS. HC TT states the quality this l..ll- 4l,nn itilt r f locf 1 -)ic Jcltl wH, ,Jc the larRCSt s;ncc the Lrr,3r,l renrhed the nroducing stage. Coolintr Off, J. A. Cashion, a principal ot kciq- cury spilling over the top( ! Tufa Works to Start. C. D. Ryncarson, owner of the PC tufa larry near Kirkland sta- 1 UUH, t IMIUI CMCIUa. J IC" resume is kuhi milium uiauri.ii is io uc usea !:.. .n:ini J j phoenix, now under construction, the main building also having this article in certain sections. fFrom Wednerday's Daily.) Taking Layoff. Conductor Hayes, popularly known in railroading circles of the Santa Fe, is in the city from Phoenix on a brief vacation and to enjoy the mountain air. Goint to Coast Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Xickcrson arc in the city from a copper camp cast of Mayer, en route to the seaside resorts of California for a month's outing, and to visit with relatives. Back to Camp. Clinton Stiles, mining on the des ert, who accompanied his wife and family to the city last week, the later to remain definitely, returned yes terday to his camp, in the Harcuvars. Cattle Business. Leslie Clayton a Verde valley rangeman, is in the city and leaves today in auto for Coconino county on cattle business. He reports the range in fine condition. Colorado Visitors. Mrs. Bessie T. Beals and daughter, Mrs. Frank I Haight, of Gunnison, Colorado, arc in the city en route to the coast, and will visit for a short time with relatives at Jerome. Mrs. Bcal several years ago resided at the Senator mine where her husband was employed. Comes to Visit There arc manv in this city who will be interested to learn of the re-' turn of Mrs. I. I- Berrien. She will t be remembered as Miss Mabel Bris ley. and comes from I'.isbec to re main for the summer. She is at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brisley. Change Residence. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ajo, who arc in the city, will make their home at a mining camp near Jerome. They state that such op pressively war weather this summer at the above desert town has never been known, and even the native Yuma Indians are complaining. Mine Agent Appointed. Tim Fell is in the city from the camp of the Speck Mining Co., on Lynx creek, which property he has taken charge of as aget, and is to reside at the works. The property s idle, but it is stated resumption is under consideration. Both placer and quartz interests are owned. Brief Visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wisdom, the former when a youth a resident of this city with his uncle, Alex Wis dom, were in the city yesterday iii auto en route to the Grand Canyon, cominsr from Globe. On the return trip home they will visit here for a week. This is Mr. Wisdom's first appearance m frcscott since juiic. 1881. Too Warm to Work. G. R. Tiehc. who has a contract to sink a shaft on the coppers of Greer ( Brothers, of Gallup, X. M., m Squaw- Peak district, is in the city to re main until warm weather ends. He gives a favorable report of the show ing made, and states the owners con template erecting a new hoist and making other improvements this fall. Going Overseas. Corporal Joe Leonard, who volun teered while working at a mining camp near Wickcnburg. and was sent to Plattsburg, X. Y., writes that he will sail soon for overseas duty. He is attached to a motor truck divi sion and has made application for a place as an aviator. Hc is a gsolinc engineer, and is promised an aerial situation after he Kcts "over there." Called Home. Mrs. Thomas Ellsworth left yes terday for Casa Grande, receiving news' of the serious illness of a son, who was prostrated by the heat last Sunday. Other members of the fam ily remain on Aspen creek, where tlicy are camping out for the sum mer. Mrs Ellsworth will bring the boy to Prcscott as soon as possible. Enjoying Climate. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Silkirk arc in the city from the Black canyon coun try to remain until September to es cape the warm weather. Last Sun day, they state, the temperature climbed to 114 degrees, the record for this summer. A son is to ar rive early next month from the Cali fornia State University to remain un til September. Hc has been taking a special course in mine engineering since June. Mining Slows Down. Frank E. Wager is in the city from Tiptop district, and reports warm weather as occasioning many mines to work with small forces for the present. The Tiptop Heath Co. hold ings arc now being tested in an ex haustive manner as to the ore con tent in all workings for analysis, and the shipments will be made outside the state for treatment. This action is preliminary for big operations later by the company which lias assumed charge. Favorable Start Of New Mine Firm J On Gold Property Arrivals yesterday from Lynx 1 creek reported that the experimen tal mill test made by Fitzmanricc & ll!il .i-Illi ttifttf iiit- filnnt MVP ,'V- I ccllent returns in recoveries of gold 1 . r 1 : I vames in pianng aim concciuruiiu);. Two small gold bars indicated thc ! mnin values were in the free orS.I while the concentrates assayed $36' to the ton. A heavy tonnage is ready for treating and the proposi tion starts off with every indication of being a success. Journal-Miner for fine job work. 00 SIMTl IN JEROME IS INVESTIGATED JFROME, July 30. For the pur - pose of effecting a close co-operative organization of all parties in the Verde district who arc in any way concerned with the sale of foodstuffs, ! also of making a thorough invcstiga tion of food prices, George H. Smal- ley, executive secretary for the State FO i rood administration, and J. W. Dor-: ris, merchants' representative, ar-l At a meeting of the local members rived in Jerome last night and will! of the legal fraternity held at the probably i emain two or three days. I court house yesterday morning, it The investigation of food prices is! was unanimously agreed that all of merely in line with the regular work, the attorneys would oficr their ser of the Food administration. Similar, vices free of charge in behalf of the investigations are made from time to, several defendants hereabouts who time in different parts of the state, ' . . . 1 . .. . but the inquiry may De a little more searching here than it has been clsc - where. Last evening Mr. Dorris lo - cated one of the smaller merchants of Jerome and questioned him re- rnri;ntr l.ic nripps fn nn mstnnre did he find those prices out of line with those prevailing in othcr mining districts. Garages Also Hit By Federal Order Pnr Oil locc Drill ' organization lias slight sympathy forj rOT UU-ieSS Uay.., that smack of Wobblvism. Sunday closing of all garages has been ordained bv the Transportation Department at Washington, and or- dcrs to this effect have been recciv- c,l in Prescott. August 4 is set as the day for this order to be placed 111 lorcc. anil ncitl resiriciiuns an- in Roberts ofi"1 eniorce u-pci i.u.... iu lliw ? ntuiviii ivi-v and every .Sunday no sales must 'e-1 lants who had no regular attorneys permitted of lubricating oils, pso-;;n thc;r h;rc an(1 who in;gMt other line, tools fixtures or wares of any . p ,)c t() t,R. cxncnse Gf hiring character for the auto in short it leKaj ta)ent to ,icfCnd themselves to be a closed shop for business ofjfrom tIlc jCRai assalts of those any kind. The taking out of autosl vj)oln ,IC lawyers believe do not from garages, however, is permitted, ( rcI,rescnt the most patriotic element as well will they be received and car-jof u,er;cans at the present time, ed for as on any week day. i - SUSPENDS MINING Captain C. P. Prentiss, operating! cprnm ;,,mlav "aiM placers in EI Dorado canyon above . rrom ' ' -? ' Xeclles accompanied by his nephew. George Duncan and Joe Hall v.crc Roland P.enner. is in the city to re-: arrested early Saturday morning by main until warm -weather ends. He I Undcrshcriff Johnnie Robinson on a will be remembered as a resident of 1 charge of, violating the prohibition this section many years ago w hile I enactments, the arrcts having been identified with a gold mine in tle ,atlc in the vicinity of Hackbcrry Placentas Jield. when he was bitten, wiilc Roi,ison and Constable by a hydrophobia skunk, his health ,., wpre on ,i,oir way to Prcs fnr several vears havmir been serious-, ' "'t-1'-1' . . . . ly effected, even after taking the'eott trom L,.arMiaie. ; Pasteur treatment at Cliicago. He is overtook the car and decided to gic again in excellent iicami, ami 11 probable may again become interest-1 i d in mining in this section. Captain i - t 1.1. 1 : . : . Prentiss received his title during 'b0, Spanish-American war while serving with a Massachusetts regiment STAY OF EXECUTION Quong Guc'y. the Celestial who sev eral weeks ago was sentenced to the State prison following his conviction on a charge of assaulting a young Chinese girl here, was yesterday given bis liberty trom the county ' jaii upon a bond in the .sum ot ,3iu signed by George liuffner and Ed Shumate. Judge bweency recently granted the prisoner a stay of exccu-lthat tion pending an appeal to the Su - prenie court, and the bond iurmsiicu vestcrdav will enable tlic man to sia out of iail until the higher court has an opportunity to review his case. CALLED TO COAST J. Arthur Calles received a tele gram from San Francisco yesterday afternoon conveying the startling news that his wife had been suddenly stricken ill and that her condition was serious. He left by auto early last night for Ash Fork to catch the limited, the telegram urging him to ' come at once. Mrs. Calles left Pres-j.c by a wall of water over ten cott last week for the coast on ajfect high. He realised the danger touring trip and was accompanied by j Mrs l.-rnnk Olzer. I The lournal-Mincr has the best-1 : :i :k :...:., nini Vr.t. I ..u.j,.vi. ..... , rn Arizona a trial will convince. , KEPT HER AWAKE The Terrible Pains in Back anil Sides. Cardui Gave Relief. j Marksville, La.-Mrs. Alice Johnson, J."!"t auncicu wiui dn dwiui iiiiocijr in my udLK and sides. My left side was hurtingme' ciu uic lime, iiicnuaciy waa:,ouicimiiK I could not do anything, not even sleep .... ... . . ainignt. it Kept me awane most 01 ine night ... I took different medicines, bul nothinc did me any cood or relieved me until I took Cardui . . . 1 was not able to do any of my work for oneyear and I gotworseatlthe time, ...,oni.7t,,ffn 1 wasconnnedtomybedoffandon I got S0 bad with my back that when Istooped down 1 was not able to straighten up again ... I decided 1 would try Cardui . . . By time I had taken the entire bottle I was feeling pretty good and could straighten up and my pains were nearly a" Eone' I ctntt ?ltit"lire rmcl l3n?n! I rnn. """j-J linued taking it until I was Strong and " Ifvmi suffer from rains- rfim tn fpm,iff rnmnlnintc rarrl.ii mnv he inst what mi neeH Tbni.sinris nf women wnai )OU neCQ. inOUSanOS Ol Women who once suffered in this way now praise Cardui for their present good health. Give it a trial. NC-133 I; Uf TO AID ; DEFENDANTS IN i WOBBLYSUITS !ALL MEMBERS OF LOCAL BAR ASSOCIATION WILL AID IN DEFENSE OF OF FICIALS HIT BY DAMAGE ACTION FILED. I are at the present time facing court .r .i. u , r .1 1 acuon a me re.siiu ji ,c uljiui iu - tion of the alleged I. W. W. mem - lbcrs from this county in July. 1917 I Two of the men who were deported at that time. John Staniield and .Micky bcanlon. several weeks ago J filed damage suits against a long 'list of defendants whom they alleged 1 had a hand in the deportation. In- riuncii in 111c ii.M 01 Mciciiiumin nti juy t i" . 'couipiatnt as auovc rcquireu, piainiui Sheriff Joe Young. Undcrshcriff ! Abe Goldman ct al file notice of jw;j taj.e judgment by default against Johnnie Robinson and Ed IHock, and holding 7 mines, Augua Fria district, m, anj :luigincnt for costs and dis it is these three men in particular wiUiout assessment work jbursements in this behalf explained, that the local attorneys propose to Pan-American Mining Co. file notice) . . ' ,ir.,.i -.,.1 ti,. ,..ri.i l.nt lirL,r i;oi,;i;.v. Ati:ninr nt rsii Given under my hand, this 1 irst , In both of the suits above - mention - . .lefendants arc copper com - panics or othcr corporations who, ,)ave thc;r rcspcc,;vc staffs of local attorneys an,j tjIC interests of these , (lcfcn(lants arc to hc looked after in j th1 u,ual lnancr, l,ut the attorneys . .i,i i.n n nnlnntir , ,,;,, to lo if thev offered their servi- I ....tlmiif elm rfir te ciiril flPIfll- ROBINSON GRABS TWO ALLEGED BOOTLEGGERS 11 an hi,,viuh ... liquor. Their hunch in this direction ; annarcntly right, for upon tn coo it ir rnninmcu searching the auto, a good-sized quan lity of bottled 'inside finish" was lironeht to light. Duncan and Hall were brought to Prescott and yesterday were taken beforc Justice McLanc. l?ond was fixed at $1,000 each, and failing to raise the money, the men were re manded to iail. The officers arc of . . havc a caclie . ,.;::,.. nt tlo noint o f J e .,! of point wncrc .-t- " - the prisoners have been engaged ; bootlegging for several months in tae Verde district, SAD MISFORTUNE t,AU xvuar tq LQYAL YOUTH fFrom Tuesday's Daily") Thomas Swuddcr. a visitor from Western Xcw Mexico for the past two weeks, was advised by letter re ceived Sunday from his brother of the death by drowning of a son of the first named last week on the White river during a cloudburst. The young f 01 vrnrs was driving a band f -attic across the stream when over iiittn - , and putting spurs to 111s norsc iu m away tli Inttrr fell anil tne 1001 of vounc Swudder seemed to have been held in the stirrup. Mr. bwml- ,ir ;: in this locality to seek a new - ... 1.; ramrc location, but his plans for the, i present are disturbed. 1 be yomn , drowned was to have been examined , I by the military the day toliowing ms. 'death, at Mcsilla, and was very anx ! ions to enlist prescott youth CLIMBS ,TN Sneering (From Tuesday's Daily ) 1." hr'sS! , nualificd. for ad-1 . . . ..,"',;t .,.;,tinn train- schoo at Marclifield, Lai. It is stated .ir. j.ones iv ,u t..t- i,Cad of the class and was the omy . ..r 1 Ht ..ninKit III. one accepieu o. , was mg ny commen m- "'" '- , mnccrs ior ins m.w . S?K"'V,:.f.. wr leamintr his' ' particularlv predominate.1 y ' youth' for 'several years had made f ttiU iirsiiit and from a I a special ty of t "'.f"'1 mere bo has een '"MJj Jo ,errl7'0 t;tralilicat;on by inanv i.s'ctTon ' ' FINE CITIZEN NOT VPWVRIC V 1 Tnlv 7 Federal! .u,t. ... j- j j . ffirlnls rlnim thev have obtained from Dr. Frederick Bishoff. a dentist- , . , . . .-,! chemist, a confession that he made a bomb and was employed in a trus- trated attempt to blow up the Gould, & I-hcrhariH macliinery plant at . . ., r,:,rr .nc nrr.ctJ ,..:t Irxington. Wm. Hcinman, his chauffeur. Try thc Journal-Miner for artistic job work. PUBLIC RECORDS. Instruments Filed as Recorded f ,!- Wostcn-clt. Bank of Arizona J Building, Prcscott, Arizona, which By the Prescott Title Co. , saitl office the undersigned selects July 23, 1918 , as her place of business in all matters Mary Farragc to Min en Farrage,' connected with said estate, lot 8, block 1 Cottonwood Addition I AN'DREA SOQUI to Cottonwood. i Administratrix of the estate of Chino Valley Oil and Mining Co. to 'Francisco Soqui, deceased. M. Redden, lots 19 and 20 in town! (W-Julv 17 5ti of Heslet situated in SE'4 Sec. 27- 18X 2V. 1 SUMMONS D. S. Bruncr to T. J. Conywood.' In Justice Court of Seligman Yav Surfacc ground of a half interest iniap:,; Countv. State of Arizona. O. K Xos. 1. 2 and Game Cock Min-j s s Cut,cr & Co piaiIltifff vs ",KLeC aSmart et al locates Sycamore' R" R;. Sn-vder' 1ef.nt. Brick Clav Xo. 2 mine, Verde district. Acl," J,re,,8I,t ,I,e. Just,ce Carrie 'Schroeder to James A. Co""t of Seligman. Yavapai County, Kokohl, lots 7 and 8 in block 37 Pres-! State of Arizona, colt. j The State of Arizona sends greet- Carric Schroeder to Xicholas ings to R. B. Snyder. You are here Schroedcr, int. in lot 14, block 1 . j by summoned and required to appear Wells Addn. to Humboldt ; an action brought against you by Carrie Schroeder to Nicholas 1C aljove.namc,i plaintiff in the Jus- PrcsrcoltCr' !tIcC Col,rt of Hgman. Yavapai. Margaret Kennedy files notice of County. State of Arizona, and ans intcntion to hold 9 mines, Rlack Rockiwer the complaint filed with the Jus- I." p .1 . . r- 1? " Uist. Bashford-Burmister Co. to Emma, 1. . . . i . t . , i r . j murcii, ,ols ' A ami me norm y2 ivc ot the day o service), alter tlie 1 lot 21. block 4 E. Prcscott. 'service upon you of this Summons, Bashford-Burmister Co. to Emma ;f d ; c ; a othcr , Church lots 23 and S. lot 21, ulocki . , ft th ...:,. of 4, East Prcscott fcS ' rr "em lMl-ni Cnnner Co. to T. F. Healv'lms "ons upon you & O. E. Smith, agreement, 2 years. , Mark Twain. Moon and Empress! mines, Hass district. mines, Hass district being operated I,v I. I',. Tomilson. 1 I'liited States of America to Jerome j ) Pittsburg Copper Co. patent. Hancock, Lizzie C, Lost Chance, Good Luck, j Red Jacket, Lucky Steal, St. Louis, trl-;. iv StnrWlit. Boston Port- land. Black Jack, Newport, Aja'x. Rachael, Rnffalo, White Wings and Excelsior mines, Verde district. Dave Berry to D. I- Gage, bill of sale, one horse. ;aie, one norsc. C. A. Klem ct ux to Edward Tatro, .ill of salc.bmldmgs on Pine Ridge, sanitarium. Sec. 8 13M 2V. I bi San W. L. Xclson files notice of bold ing 14 mines. Black Hills district. July 25, 1918 Jos. F. Young revokes appointment of R. A. Kinsman as deputy sheriff. Jos. F. Young, sheriff appoints O. F. Hicks as deputy. Chas. J. Gettings ct al file notice of desire to hold 14 mines, Verde dis trict. X. J. Larson to C. W. Rogers, Power of Attorney, concerning min-' ing claim in Verde district. O. J. Graham to Chas. Batra, deed. Peerless mine, Turkey Creek district Louis Gruwcll to Chas. Batrc, deed. Silver Star and Silver Star Xos. 1, 2, 3, Turkey Creek district. Charles Batrc to Morgan Gold & Silver Mining Co., deed. $2,000 JJ int. in Silver Star Xos. 1, 2, 3, Peerless) mines, Turkey Creek district. July 26, 1918. L. L. White files notice of holding 4 mines. Black Rock district J. E. Fitzgerald et al locate 2 mines Quartz Mountain district James A. Lamport ct ux to J. A. Pitts, lot 9, block B, Lamport Addi tion to Seligman Win Shaw et nv to G. G. Gilmore. X. 32 feet lot IS, block 13, Moellcr Addition to Prescott Edward H. Rosenberg ct al incor-l P , V-it 6 . .V - v'aP,taI! miicic yj.'Aju principal unite ,u xrc;-.iue cott. July 27, 1918. Hugh Allen to J. G. Wombacher. Crater & Crater Xo. 2 mines, Cherry Creek District. I Tas. E. McXelly to Wm. Schl, lot "11 1 - r , r-. block 3 Fast Prescott Guy 1.. Nadl ct ux to T. J. Hud- 11 speth, bill of sale, $1500 one house an onjcr sIOUId not be granted for and furniture at Seligman. I thc sale of such real estate as prayed E. S. Clark and Xeil C. Clark in- for in said petition, reference to corporate Lincoln Metallic Mines Co., which is hereby made for further par Capital stock $50,000. Principal office! ticulars: at Crown King. i ,'n' il is J1"?0' frthcr 0Te(l 1 that a copy of this order be published LEGAL ADVERTISEMEXTS !at least once a week for four succes- I s'vc weeks in the Journal-Miner, it newspaper of general circulation. NOTICE TO CREDITORS ! Xotice is hereby given by thc un-( dcrsicned. Administratrix of the, estate of JOHX H. hOLh. deceas- ed, to the creditors ot and all persons having claims against said deceased, 1 to cxlumt sucli claims and tne ncccs-i sary vouchers within four (4) months' of R. B. W EST E R V E LT, Baiik of, Arizona Building, Prescott, Arizona,, I which said office the undersigned se- 5 5,f I .... EU-A FOLEY J , -;iniinisirainx 01 ine tsiaic 01 John H. Foley, deceased (W-JjilyJ'St) NOTICE TO CREDITORS MnTTrir m rprnTTnpc 1 Xotice is hereby given by the un- ,,crs; ,t administrator of the es-, Jtatc of H. I. Smith, deceased, to;is tatc nf H. T. deceased, to- thp crC(I;tors Gf le creditors ot and all persons having claims against thc said deccas-, e''. to exhibit such claims and t ic ,1,01,1 said claim under the provisions "S scctj" 2 ?f ."" Rc"scd ,Sf' after the publication of this notice to. ,,tcs of the L'mted States, and the said administrator, at the law office amendment thereto approved January f R. p.. Westervelt, Bank of Arizona 22,1880. concerning annual labor upon P.uilding. Prescott. Arizona, which : min;nK clai,s, being the amoilnt re- said office the undersigned selects; m,ired to hold said lode for the period las his place of business in all matters ending on the 31st day of December. connected wun sain csiaic. , W. DURIHX, I ,..-; . ,,r .1... r n 1 "tiuiiiiiM.aiu. t-sia.v u. ... T. Smith, deceased. (W-July 17-5t) NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1 xotjcc is hereby given by thc un-' dcrsigncd administratrix of the cs- n( I mneiscn Somii. ilerenseil tn the creditors of and all persons having claims against thc said deceas- ed, to exhibit such claims and the. necessary vouchers within (.4) months' after the" publication of this notice to ! said administratrix, at the law office lice 01 ine i,ouri at oengman, in ,u County within twenty days fcxclus- . . . . . . . . .. of the day of service). And you arc hereby notified that (if you fail to appear and answer the ay of Inl A D . 1918 ! C. E. STAIXBROOk ( Adv. W 4t) Justice" of the Peace tt ...TT.r pppnTTHPC tne superior uourt 01 xnc aiaic ' of Arizona, in and for the County of Yavapai. , In the matter of the estate of ID . DUTCIIER, deceased. Xotice is hereby given by the un- Xotice is hereby given by the un- cxcctors of the estate of deceased, to the ,-. r 1 n 1 creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit such claims, with the neces sary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this no tice, to the said executors at the of fice of Robt E. Morrison, Prcscott, Ariz. Dated at Prescott, Arizona, this 22ml day of June, 1918. EGBERT K. DUTCHER, 'EMIM'A I. DUTCIIER Executors of said Estate. (W. 50. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY APPLICATION FOR LEAVE TO SELL REAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE GRANTED In the Superior Court of the State of Arizona in and for the County of Yavapai In the Matter of the Estate of Rob ert Keating, Deceased. The Commercial Trust & Savings Bank, executor of the Last Will and Testament of Robert Keating', de ceased, having this day presented to this Court its duly verified petition praying for an order to sell certain real estate belonging to said estate ! for the causes and reasons therein set forth, and it appearing to this Court ! fro' said petition that it is necessary ;anii woniu ue uenenciai 10 sara csiuiu that said real estate described in said petition, or some part of it, should sod- T is hereby ordered that the next of kin of said deceased, and all per sons interested in said estate, appear beforc tins Court in the court room thereof, located in the City of Prcs- Count' f. , Yavanai, State ot Arizona, on briday, the out day ot Ju, ,9,s a. ,0 6.c,ock ; the fore. f .. , . , , or ot printed and published in thc Citv of irescott. County of Yavapai, State ot Arizona. Dated this 3rd dav of June, 1918. JOHX J.'SWEEXEY. Judge. (W, First publication June 5 5t FORFEITURE NOTICE Prescott. Arizona. " t. . 91 iots -p IMMEI his heirs legal tooS? I unTU O09, 1910. 1911, 1912. 1913, 1914, 19Io ami m6 xine indrcd Dollars ($900.00) i'n labor and improvements upon the Red Top Lode lining rin im situnti in tlip- Bit Biii Minim? District. Countv of Yavapai. State of Arizona- the location notice of which folItui 0n record in Book 75 of Mines, at tiace 96. in the office of the recorder of said countv in order to . i. 1910. And it, wittnn ninety davs from the personal service of this . 1 - - . t r. . , nonce, or wituin iimciy uay. aiieriiic nublication thereof, von fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such 1 expenditure as a co-owner, which amounts to Four Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($450.00), your interest in the claim will become the property of the snWril.,.,. r rn.n-tipr -Lx-hr, made the required expenditure, by the terms of said section. E. K. BATE MAX (Y) First publication May 22, 1918.