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EKLY.'j.OtlRirAiMiiERVEBNESDAY- MORNING-,' ARPJX 27, 1921 1 City News I In Brief $ (From Tuesday's Dally) Visits Springs G. E. Meany, . manager of the Humboldt branch of the Prefcott State .bank, is spendinga', few days at the Castle Hot Springs.' . Visits .Ranch , Deputy Sheriff Gpnt Carjer is spending a fe.w' clays, at the Carter ranch in the KirkUind district, :aftr having spent the week-end in Pres cott. ' ' From Clarkdale , W. W.- Midgeley, chairman of the board of .supervisors,- was in- the city , yesterday for "the purpose of, attending- the regular meeting of the board. Buys. Property " - j K. L.- Hume, propricto of the' Home bakery oh South-Cortez street, has purchased the property. ort Chichi his bakery is located, ' from Mr. and Mrs. H. :G Shekels.' From Yaeger Canyon' .- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stanley m"e visitors to Prescott 'frpm. their, fibiue at, the . Coyote rairch .in HUt" Yaeger canyon district." They came in ?n Un siii ess. . j Phoenix Visitor ' . Mrs.- L N. .Stevens, of Mitfenix, Was'a visitor to Prescott- yesterday, coming berg for the' purJoSe of lo cating a house in .which .t'o spend the summer in the Mila High city." Betum from Conference Drs. C. . E. Youht and .11. T. Sonthworth returned' io Pr'qseott. Sunday afternoon after a. Uay. or two spent in Tricson,- where; they attended the. conference of the- t'ate' Medical association.' - ' Here ' from East; 'George. Pi Baker, Jr.,. son ,ot: Prof. George P. Baker, of Harvard, "uni versity,; . whose 47- '-Workshop has turned, out a large 'percentage . of successful American dramatists, was a visitor to Prescott over the week-, end with Mrs. H. K."Behn, of Phoe-: nix, whose son is- a . 'Classmate of young' Baker's.- At Castle' Springs -';.: , Attorney T. G. .-Jforris, . Beniorj member' of the firm of Norris &j Norris, isr spending a few ."days at the Castle- Hot Springs. Norris is executor of . the Murphy; estate, bwn ers of this weji-kncovn Arizona re sort. Phoenix Visitors -. ; ;Mr. and Mrs; J. .If. Wjlliams, of Phoenix; arrived in Prescott yester day and will' spend several ,dftys !)$ro as" the; guests of Mrs; William's'" par-' ents, Mr. and Mrs. George H. Davis, of ' this citj'. Leaves for Salt Lake : ' Clauae H. Harris, national, field j representative of the American Lc- gion .who visited Prescott over . Sat-! nr'day. and Sunday, left Sunday :affer,-; iip&;, formal- KakejCiy. 0 'labour. of.nspectio.iit( tng tfs,wifi'?;1; ameer ior..thc;i)iteiLtrd',r'-acbW thf fltj Sunday. Jtq'littnd "thf -preliminary; herihg dfV&rfi Hopkins,. f, .', ''. . t.lii..:v .1.. wngen, it is saiu,,,wili ue iu v'i jUstige' "6iirt b.e'th?svf'eel; ; QivJ South Local v"-' ' Fireman Connelly atHo' -bas, ef?J wording on. ine swcn , engiK; ra' Pf escort, declared hs hump on-the south:ehd' .local . out f."re's'cqU dis placing Foreman Wright, llr.'. Cori nejl '.was bumped by Firefnan B. Steyart . Leaves for Ash Fork Fireman L. A. "White, who was working on the 6oujh-end local out of -Prescott until he. was bumped , by McGrew, left for Ash Fork Sunday where he will work' on the switch engine. Leave for Wickonburg Engineer O. H. McNeeley and Fireman S. E. Metcalf left for Wickenburg, Sunday where they will work, on the work 'train out of that point. Tire Visitor "Looking over ' spring" .-prospects here ' is G. O. Fries, traveling agent for Oldfield tires, who spent the week-end with E. H. Mcllvain of the Service garage. Fron Wodnwjy's Dally) Middleton Visitor Manley Glass, mining man from Middleton, in the Bradshaws, came to the city yesterday for the purpose of transacting business. Mining Man Here . George Donner, superintendent of the Gold. King mine' in the Crown King district, was a business Visitor to Prescott yesterday. He tvill re main in the city for a day tar two. Cattleman Here Charles L. Rigden,' of Lawler ,8c Rigden, well known cattle raisers of the Kirkland district, "was a visitor to Prescott on business yesterday from his home in Kirkland. From Sycamore Mrs. W. W. Garrett was a visitor to Prescott yesierday from Syca more Creek, accompanied by her son. She spent the .day m Prescott on business. - - Leaves for South Harry Still, of Jerome, superin tendent of the Jerome Del Monte Mining company, was in the city yesterday on business. -Stull is leav-f irig shortly, far th.. Southern part of the state. Newi Phone Books , New telephone directories for ,ApHl to October, 191, will be disiributed JfeS'.V.- Hookiris. former 'chitf en- today, to local 'patrons, of he Moun tain States 1elcph6Vie anif'Teleg'ra'iSh company,' it Hvas -stated-yesterday by officers' of tlie company.. H - -- Judge Bollinger Here ' Judge E.- E.- Bdllinger, superior court judge for Mohave coun,ty, ar rived in Prescott yesterday from Kipgman to preside over court sesr stons in this county for a short while. .He .will hold court in the small court room 011 the top floor of 'the court "house' building. Judge Bollinger 'is' accompanied by his court reporter, Lincoln' Beyerle, for merly court Reporter for this' county. At Skull Valley ' " J: C. ' MtNelty, ranger in charge of the "Prescott district of this for est, is -spending a few, days 'in the Skull Valley district assisting Ranger liiggins in work on that' part of the forest. ,-i Erom Jerome. '. Deputy Sheriff Charles ' Sauer -yes"-ter,day came t'o Pres'co'tt with ' two prisoners, arrested in the Copper1' city on a, bootlegging- charge,- lie" .re turned to the- other side' of the hill after- turning his. prisoners over to trie county authorities., ' ' , Humboldt Contest According to information received here -today, . the. ' H,umboldt school' will hold . a declamation, contest in the - school ,'hquse on the evening of April 29. ' Much interest in the con test "is being; evidenced' in the Smel ter city. - t - Return from Canyon J.' C. Kir.cher, of .the Albuquerque oficc o tjie.: forest service, and H. B. - Wales, Prescott. forest supervisor, last night returned to- this cjty from the Yaeger Canyon - station, -where thpy have been continuing their" fire inspection work. Return, from North ""AV. W. Midgley, chairman of the board of supervisors, Supervisor C. C, Stukcy and Cdunty Engineer H. L. Fishci yesterday afternoon re turned from -Ash Fork and' other northern, points, where thpy have been inspecting road conditions in that part of the' county. Leave for Coast Mr: and Mrs. Russell Clark, of Vi'neland. N. Jv, who with their 1 daughter 'Mildred have been vifiting for several days at the home of Miss Susie Crossman, have left for. Los; Angeles, where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Russell made the trip from New Jersey to Pres cott by automobile, and also making the trip to the coast by motor. Business Visitor E J Halm is spending a. day or j two m 1'rescott on business iorj Cluett, Peabody &,Co., coming here from El. Centro, Calif., on his .regu-1 Jar- trip over the. Imperial valley and Arizona. He says he finds business conditions in this city rather better than they arc- in other cities in his territory. Hahn will leave today for Phoertix. Returns from Springs Paul H. Roberts, graving inspector for the southwestern district of. the forest service,, fierc for a time, from hk'' hatoq'uarttrs' 'in AfbuquCrqu'e,'. ha 3 Hwfnfd"'.lbr;','"'?rescpft 'frqrir a-, short ft sJjetl tfict Rbbwerts' i sfctidV of ryheep.' tfajls! o.ver this' kfitf atfier forests in the south'weJt- crg district' , , ,' .'',';'' t ' (fcrow .THursdayo' Dally)-. T IJrom SkuU Valley T .' El'L. -MDrris, goat man from SkHll .Valkiy was-' a business Visitor ,to I'rescoil for a biian wine jusm.u). From Slain Creek . , ,! Otto Lang, Sr., rancher qf the Slate Creek country, w-as in the city yesterday qn a. short business trip. Returns from Phoenix T. G. Norris, who has been spend ing a few days in Phoenix on busi ness, last night returned to Prescott from the capital. Returns from East Mrs. Stanislaw Kessler has -returned to her home at 210 Park avenue after a five weeks' sojourn in the cast, where she visited friends 'in Rhode Island and Canada. From Humboldt J." Link Smith yesterday came- to Prescott from Humboldt on a short trip combining business and an after noon of golf on the Hawayampa links. ' . To Roosevelt Dam D. H. Biles and Jack Shull, of the Biles-Iloickhart company, yester day left by automobile for : the Roosevelt dam. where they will en joy a couple of weeks' outing. Return from Springs Alec ' McLaren yesterday returned from the Castle Hot Springs, where he has been spending the last week.. With him was his brother, Jock Mc Laren, golf instructor at the Springs, who' will be in Prescott for' a "short while' The two will leave for' the east presently. Mining Man' Here "Tom Smart yesterday jvas a visitor to the city from his home in Jerome, where he is engaged in mining. He came to this city on -business. Safety First A safety first meeting was held in the superintendent's office of the Santa Fe here last' night, for the purpose of furthering' the road's movement to bring about caution among its employes. Return from Phoenix - Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Totten last night returned from a short trip to Phoenix, by motor, on which s"?th:eTsh!p 'that dis trict. Rbbwertsr is:tontlu(:t5ngl'a'n '':in- they were 'accompanied by-Mrs. :Tbt-' ten's 'mother, -'Mrs. Martin, ntiU by Mrs. ''GIT. Josliii. Cattleman Here , G P. Mullen, well Known cattle man of the Skiill Valley country, where he is "a member of the firm of Schiiltz Mullen, was in the city yesterday on business. ' Mullen was formerly, president of the AH-" zona" Cattle Growers' association. - ';-:-ii Leaves for East,, li. William .Stevens, well known mining, promoter, of Prescott, will leave, this evehKipr for Chicago and New York, lie will join Mrs. Stev ens in Ncri'-York, planning to return to Prescott with Mrs. Stevens this fall Good' Graze . . H.- B.. Wales, Prescott. forest .su pervisor, who has- returned from' a trip to Grown King and adjacent country, - states that excellent , feed, is to.be found onj the- high, ranges from Crown King north to Veneiia. The cattle, on these ranges, he says, arc in excellent beef conditipn. In Good. Ore. , O.; W. Blickenstaff has returned to the city from the J. & J. silver min-. iug camp- in the- Copper Basin dis trict. He reports that- with four men working-steadily on tho J. &-J. prop erty, the present drift is now in about 100 feet, in a. good quality of ship ping ore. - Leaves for .Albuquerque , J. G, Kircher of the Albuquerque office of the forest service for tbe southwestern district, yesterday .re turned to Albuquerque 'after a week or so spent on tbe Prescott forest with Prescott Forest Supervisor H, B. Wales. Wales and Kircher re tiirned to . Prescott from Crown King Wednesday, night. 1 . , Forest Man Here J. H.. Sizcr, deputy supervisor for the Tonto forest, with headquarters at Roosevelt, is in Prescott in con-; nection with the grazing appraisal work. He will go over the methods. and procedure of. this work with C. . Ratchford, inspector of grazing on .the national forests, who will ar-i rive here' tomorrow.- Sizer will re main here for about 10 days, when he will leave, to start the range ap praisal work on tho Tonot forest (From Friday's Dally) From Peeples Valley Mrs. R. W. r-orbes, of reeplcs ;alley, was a visitor to the city yesr terd'ay on a stibrt shopping' trip. Mayer Visitor Mrs. Margaret L. Hirihfeld, well known, resident of Mayer, was a visitor to. the 'city yesterday,' Cbraing in on a short shopping trip.' From Cherry. J. S. Sessions, , rancher - and miner frpm Cherry, was a visitor to the .city yesterday, c'opiing-, lnp'n tbuki- nes.-, ., ,t,. - . 4. ' v,-'-- Ijisersoo" '.' ' 1 -j,-J j'MrsWrd.'.Wh'ec.ler', ;cour)tjviptri itledent. o(f .choola ycaterday visit ed the-schools at', Miller 'Valley, and jf-'-Gr'oom.- .Ctc gping;, tp 'Miller: yailcy in tne ' morning, anq oro9nl Greek; ip . the afternoon. The school lit r Walker was, inspected, by Mrs. Wheeler -Thursday.. ' , From "Groom Creek ' -J Miss Grace McCrackcn, teacher of the" school at "Groom Creek, yester day, .came to. Prescott to spend, the week-end with friends in this city. Here for Summer W. E. Hendricks, a former resi dent of this city who has ben spending, several months in Phoenix, has- returned to Prescott, planning to remain here, for the 6umtner months. Makes . Home Here . George Eastman, of Ohio, is a new- arrival in Prescott,, who is now making his home in this citj-. He recently became a member of tho force at Whipple Barracks. Leaves for California - Ernest O. Cook, . of this city, has left Prescott for Riverbank, . CaKfM .where . he will make his home. He was transferred to Riverbank in the Santa Fe railroad service. Church Benefit The-party -given last night at the Red Cross house at Whipple .Bar racks under the direction of Mrs. Lester Ruffner( will be presented at the West- Methodist. church on Tues day, May 3, as a benefit for the church. Dewey. Visitors .Mr. and Mrs. H. W Fisher, '.'well known residents of Dewey, were in Prescott .yesterday en route' for .Wagoner, where they will spend the week-end. Mrs.. Fisher teaches the county, school 'at Dewey, kirkiahd Visitor ' Al. Broom, well known stockman from the "Kirkland district; was in the city yesterday, visiting his wife who recently underwent an opera tion at the Mercy hospital. Mrs. Broom is "considerably improved, and is expected to be able to leave the hospital 'soon. Return 'to Kingman Superior Judge Elmo E. Bollinger of Mohave county, who ' has ' been -trying a lawsuit, here in which Judge Sweeney was disqualified, returned yesterday afternoon to Kingman. He was accompanied b'y Lincoln Hi Bcyierle, his court reporter, formerly cout 'rep'orter here. Leave for Flagstaff Vr. t. Perrett of Whipple' Bar racks is reported 'to' have traded' his touring- car for a span of mules which t he' intends driving across country io the Flagstaff district, where he will inspect a ranch with the intention - of--purchasing. The mules," it- is inferred, will do heavy fatigue on the ranch. ' - Is"- Much .Improved ' Lb'yd E.. Ireland' retired feather weight wrestler who was 'injured during the Moose hall fire here re cently, and .who has' since been at the Mercy hospital, yesterday was able- to get out for . a short stroll through Prescott. He was - greeted by many friends " who congratulated- hfm upon hk progress toward re covery. Hies Him to Kingman ... T , Being ;as how, .they arc staging a brand bew gold excitement at King man and thereabout, Joe-Winchester, well known mining promoter, who has been doing the"- oil game jit Texas, hurried f6' the' M,6have capital' ypsier.day. Hei is" interested in' a number qf claims adjoining the Cath arine the. mine uh which ;much of the excitemfcfrt centers. ; - (From Similar's Dally)' Trip, to Mayer f Sheriff Waerrri G. Davis yesterday made a afcort trjp over to Mayer on official business, Returns .from. Coast Mrs.-, LeRov ' Anderson yesterday returned to Prescott .after a short visit in LoS ,Ance4cts and Santa Ilarbara, , . . mining man Mere Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Carroll yester day arrived in the city to spend the .week-end. ' Tiki- home is' at the X'aba mint. Phoenix. Guest Mrs, Harry Kay,, of Pboenix, has been spending a few days in Pros- cott as the giiest of Mr. and Mrs. ,R. .D. "Roper. From Skull Valley ;V, T. J. Arno d, of Skull . Valley, where he is a member of the-' board of school .trustees; yesterday .'was a visitor to Prescott on oftidal scnool business. From Tapco J ' . Mr: ahd Mr J. E. McCain, .of Tapco, whereJbe is. employed vrith the Arizona- ojver companyj -were visitors b Prescott yesterday, com ing in for a .short stay- on "business. Leavo fbr Coat . - Babe .'Taylor and '.Art, Richards, who wiih Lbyd. .E. Ireland have been la Proscbtt fbf the last few weeks. are leaving Uus. week, to return to t ' 1 1 !lf - 1-03 nngeicf, .wner.c l.ayjur win re main fqr a . .while ' at his mother's home. Richards will be with Taylor for a While. ( Mining Man' Here. , - J; H. Mlsoii, of Crowp; King, WHerpt be icgaged . in"' ,We'- 'miniji Business',, -,wa' visitor 'to" Presf oft fbrra ierjoff wHil 'yesterday-!"'ort.;busi: ness!''"' . ' '.'-," j'",r"' rtti for W&eWnd. '-ft!' ." ' .jMiS's-'Tabi'a;; South", of Hillside; Where i 'she cache's ' the-' ''HJUsfde School,- arriVedj'iri Pre6tbtt 'yeste'rday", planning- to'lsberid the--week-end tin" .this", city. . ' . " Returns, to Clarkdale , "' . Mrs.- Ben. -Snjfder, who, has. been spending several' days in 'PYes'cott ;as the 'feucst. of Mr: and Mrs. E. A. Kastrier, Kas' returned to her home in Clarkdale. : Jerome Crowd Deputy Sheriff Bill Hughes and Jim Henry, Jack Savedra and other boxing fans of Jerome, were in town yesterday talking over a match for Henry. " Leaves for South F. K. Steiner, of Whipple Bar racks,, adjutant, of the Ernest A. Love post of the American Legion, yesterday left Prescott for Tucson, where be .will, vjs.it a friend in that city who is reported to have suffered a change . fqr the worse since he" went to Tucson from Prescott. Lo ring's New Baby Mrs. J. A. Jaeger received a tele gram yesterday telling of ' the birth at Los Angeles the evening before of a babif girl to Mr. and M'rs. Geo. V. Loring. Mrs. "Loring was former ly Mrs Henrietta Tgelellas of thb city. Mako Home Here Mrs. Robert Munro, wife of Rob ert Muhro, assistant supervisor of the Prescott forest, yesterday ar rived in' Prescott 'from 'Magdalena, N. M., accompanied by her two children. Mr. and Mrs. Munro will make their home in Prescott, living on the west side of the city. ' (From Saturday's Dally) Cattleman Here Wilbur Co'ughran, well known cat tleman of the' Skull Valley country, was a visitor to Prescott- yesterday coming in on a short business trip. . From the Farms 1 E. A. Langdon yesterday was in-, prescott on a "short business trip from his. home at the Alfalfa Farms in the Chino. valley. Returns io Drake Robert Schwaribek has' returned to his home in Dra'k'e, formerly known, as Cedar' Glade, after a day or two spent, in PYescott on business. Leaves for Hillside Miss. Tabitha.. South, . teacher , of the school 'at Hillside, has returned there, after-a weffe'-end vacation spent in this' city. Leaves for" East - " Mrs. R. H. -Stinjey and daughter have left Prescott for AuguSta, Ga., where they yere called by the deajh of a relative. -Leave for Tucson M.. L. Ganey, I. A. Marcottc, John J. O'Melia, William Kolar and B. C. Street, all members of the Buekey O'Neill po.t.,of the Veterans of For eign Wars,, -ye.sterday- left- Prescott in company, . with Commander-in-Chief- Robert G. Woodside, for Tuc son, where they will attend the state headquarters conference of the . V. F. W. The five delegates from the local post promised before leaving that they- would return to Prescott .with the news that s,tate headquar ters for the organization in Arizona has been secured for this city. Returns from Coast During the. week-end, John Wilson, father of Dr. A. D. Wilson, of" the Prescott Cottage sanatorium, return ed to Prescott from California, where he 6pent the winter. Here on Business Arthur Waldron', representative of a Los, Angeles-printing and, engrav ing firm, was in the city yesterday looking. over the .local situation, visit ing many of the firm's customers in tins, city. Mrs. Eli R., Stauffer returned yes terday from Phoepix, where she has been visiting friends and relatives and attending the Rebekah assembly at Kirkland. Returns to East W. P. Benton; qf New York city, whoha9 been spending the last week or. so. in Prescott .accompanied by Mrs,. Benton and their daughter,. Miss Helen, has left. Prescott to return-to the east. The family may return here this summer. NOTICE O? HEARING PETITION , " In the Superior Court' of Yavapai County, State of Arizona. In the Matter of the Estate of .George C. Waddell, Deceased. Notice is hereby-given-that, E. J. Bennett has filed in this Court , a document .Duroorting to be the last will and testament of George ,C. Waddell, whom it is alleged is de ceased, together with his petition for the probate thereof and issuance of letters testamentary thereon, and that the same will be heard on Friday, the 13th day of May A.. D. 1921, ;at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the -courtroom of said Court, in Prescott, County. of Yavapai, State of Arizona, and all persons inter ested in said estate arc notified then and there to appear and show cause, lif any. they have, why. the prayer -of said petitioner should not be granted. ; Dated April 21sU 1921. . . "''.: ). .'C-.'-'WOODS,j'Clefk. .'.(Seair .J'",' ' ", ,'-fputr;Ctek jtflvj-ist; pjib, .Vpru-2fth ". s'herif'f',s QTICE QFSAE . ,QN EXECUTION. .REAL'PROP,- ERTY, No. ,8069. ' In the Supen'or .Court of ;Yavarai County, State of rjzon'a. J HEAD LUMBER COMEANY,-, a Corporation," Plaintiff, vs. '.PECK CONSOLIDATED SILVER MINES, a Corporation, -Defenda'pt Under and .by yirtue of a special .execution issued .out of the Superior Court of Yavapaj County, State of Arizona, on .the- 25th day of April, A. D. 1921, .in the. above entitled action,, wherein Head Lumber Com pany, a corporation, the. above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment against Peck- Consolidated Silver Mines, a corporation,, the defendant above namedi on the 22nd .day of April, A. . D. 1921, for the . sum of Three Thousand Seven Hnudred One and 36-100 ($3,701.36) Doilars, together with interest at the rate of six (6) per cent on the same .from the 12th day of January. 1921. until paid, dis bursements and costs in the sum of Seventy-four and 55-100 ($74.55) Dol lars and accruing costs. I did on the 18th day of January, A. D. 1921, duly and according . to law, levy -upon all. the right, title and interest of the said defendant Peck Consolidated Silver Mines, a corpor ation, in and to the following described-real-property, to-wit; The following Mining Claims sit uate in the Peck Mining District, Yavapaf County,. Arizona, which are of record' in the Recorder's Office of Yavapai CoUnty, lArizona. Book, of Claims . Mines Page Great Western Great Western No. 1. Great Western .No. 2 Great Western No. 3. Great Western No.-4- 116 116 116 116 .116 113 113. 113 113 . 113 .113 113 113 287 288" '289 290 291 534 535 536 537 540 541 542 '465 466 Silver Crown-:- . Silver Crown No. 1 Silver Crown No. 2.- Silver Crown No. 3 Silver .Crown No. 4 Silver Crown .No. 5- Silver Crown No. 6- Pcck Junior Claim. Peck Junior No. 1 113 Peck Junior No. 2 1U 16 , East Peck 113 570 East Peck Etensiqn-i 113 574 113 113 113 69 571 572 573 597 East Peck :No. 3- Silver Bell Lode Swastika Junio No. 1. Swastika Junio No. 2. 113 463 113 464 Grace K.-LJ 1.13 462 Grace K. No. 1 116 292 Grace K. No. 2 116 293 Pluni Lode-, 104 324 Together witlu all water rights there on. Notice is hereby given that 011 Thursday the 19th day of May A. D., 1921, at the hour- of ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day,, in front of .the North door of the Court House, of Yavapai County, State of Arizona, I will in obedience to said writ of special execution, sell all of. the above described real property, or so much thereof as may be nec essary to satisfy said plaintiff's judg ment, costs, interest and accruing costs to the highest bidder for cash, lawful money of the United States of America. Dated this' 26th day of April A. D. 1921. WARREN G. DAVIS, ' - ' Sheriff. By ED. F. BOWERS, ' - Deputy Sheriff. 4tw First pub. April 27th, 1921. No., 7894 SHERIFF'S LEVY OF EXECU TION, AND NOTICE OF SALE In the Superior Court of Yavapai ' County, State of Arizona. HARRY B. WASSELL, Trustee, Plaintiff vs. PITTSBURG-JEROME COPPER COMPANY, a Corpora tion; Defendants. Under and by virtue of a writ of execution issued out of the Superior Court of Yavapai County, State of Arizona, on the 29th day of March, J1921, in the above entitled action, wherein Harry B. Wassell, Trustee, the above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment against Pittsburg-Jerome Copper Company, a corporation, the defendants above named, oh the 6th day of July, 1920, for the sum of One Hundred Seventy-three Thou sand Four Hundred Forty-five and Fifty-Hundredths ($173,445.50) Dol lars, together with interest thereon at the rate of six (6) per cent per annum until paid and accruing costs. I have this day duly, and accord ing to law, levied upon all the right, title ..and interest of the defendants, Pittsburg-Jerome Copper Company, a corporation, in and to the follow ing real property, to-wit: The following Mining Claims, United States Patent for which is 6f record in Book 113 Deeds, page 470, in the office of the County Re corder of ' Yavapai County, Arizona. Hancock: Lizzie G: Lost Chance; Good, Luck; Red Jacket; Lucky Steal; St. -Louis; Lucky Boy; Star- ljght; Boston; Portland; Black Jack; Niewoort: -Aiax Rachel; Buffalo; White Wings -Excelsior. 'Also" Pittsburgh, Grace and Blue Jay - Mining -Claims, United States Patent for" which is of record in Bo0k' lO2 Deeds,, page 558, in the ojfi'cc of the County Recorder of Yavapai . County, Arizpna. ..Also the' "fallowing unpatented Mining Claims, which are ofrecord in the office", df the County Recorder of Yavapai County, Arizona, to-wit: Claims Book qf Mines Page Newton 76 71 Hopedale 76 . 72 Newark 92 566 Baltimore 92 567 St. Paul 75 273 And I do further certify that I have endorsed this levy of execu tion upon the original writ of execution- issued in this case, and have filed in the office of the County Re corder of Yavapai County, Arizona, the county in which all of the above described . real property is situate, a copy of said writ of execution with the endorsement of levy thereon. Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, the 10th day of May, A.' D. 1921, at the hour of eleven o'clock in the forenoon of that day in front of the North' door of the Court House of Yavapai County, State of Arizona, I will-in obedience to said writ -of execution, sell the above de scribed real property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to sat isfy said plaintiff's judgment, costs and accruing costs, to the highest bidder for cash, lawful money of the United States of America. Dated this 12th day of April, A. D. 1921. WARREN G. DAVIS, Sheriff. By ED F. BOWERS, Deputy. (W4t First pub. Apr. 13, 1921.) NOTICE"6P FORFEITURE Prescott, Arizona, April 12, 1921. To Ventura Gold Company, a cor poration 4 organized under the laws of Arizona, its successors or assigns: You are hereby notified that I have expended during the years 1914, 1915, 1916, 1920 and 1921 the sum of Two Thousand ($2,000.00) Dollars in labor and improvements upon the following" named Mining Claims situated in the Castle Creek Mining4 District, Yavapai County, Arizona, to-wit: . Ventura, Ventura No. 1, Ventura East, Peck No. 1 East Peck ' No. 2- Jb. 2, and White Ash, location no tices of which are recorded in the Alining Records of Yavapai County, Arizona, in Books 75 and 76, pages 27, 28, 29 and 430. That such labor was performed and expenditure made in order to hold said Claims under the provis ions of Section 2324 of the Revised Statute-, of the United States and the amendments thereto concerning annual assessment work, or labor upon Alining Claims, it being the amount required to hold said claims for the years ending December 31, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1920 and 1921. Also that I have filed the notices required to hold said above-delcribed Claims under Resolutions No. 12 and No. 20, approved by Congress Oc tober 5, 1917, and November 13, 1919, for the years 1917, 1918 and' 1919. And if, within ninety days of the peftonal service of this notice, or within ninety days after the publica tion thereof, you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of said expenditure as co-owner, your inter est in said Mining Claims will be come the property of. the subscriber, your co-owner, wfy made the re quired expenditure in accordance with the provisions -of said Section 2324, and filed said notices required by said Resolution No. 12 and No. 20, approved by Congress October 5, 1917, and November 13, 1919. WM. McKINLEY. First pub. April 13, 1921. Last pub. July 13, 1921. 043426. PUBLIC LAND SALE. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Ari zona, April 16, 1921. Notice is hereby given that, as di rected by the Commissioner of the General Land office, under provis ions of Sec. 2455, R. S., pursuant to the application of Annie M. Evans, No. 043426, we will offer at. public sale, to the highest bidder, but at not less than $3.00 per acre, at 10 o'clock a. m., on the 3d day of June, next, at this office, the following tract of land: E4 NWJ4 and SXV NEJ4 Section 31, T. 13-N., R. 4-W., G & S R. B. & M., Arizona. The sale will not be kept open, but will be declared closed when those present at the hour named have ceased bidding. The person making the highest bid will be re quired to immediately pay to the Receiver the amount " thereof. Any persons claiming adversely the above-described land .are advised to file their claims, or objections, on on before the time designated for sale. CHAS. E. MARSHALL, Register. SCOTT WHITE, Receiver. (1st pub. Apr. 26, 1921 26t-D) No. 7906 SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE ON EXECUTION Real Property In the Superior Court of Yavapai County, State of Arizona. EM-IL KOVACOVICH, doing business under the firm name KO VACOVICH MERCANTILE COM PANY, Plaintiff, vs. KOSTA KA TICH, Defendant. Under and by virtue of a speciat execution issued out of the Superior Court of Yavapai County, State of Arizona, in the above entitled action wherein Emil Kovacovich, doing business under the firm name Kova covich Mercantile Company, the above named plaintiff obtained a judgment against Kosta Katich, the defendant above named, on the 15th day of March, A. D. 1921, for the sum of Ont Thousand Two Hundred Three and Seventy-eight-Hundredths ($1,203.78) Dollars, together with costs and disbursements in the sum of Twenty and Fifteen-Hundredths ($20.15) Dollars and accruing costs. I did on the 21st day of July, A. D. 1921, duly and according to law, levy upon all the right, title and in terest of the said defendant, Kosta Katich, in and to the following de scribed real property situate in the Town of Jerome, Yavapai Co'unty, State of Arizona, to-wit: All of Lots Forty (40) and Forty- one (41) in Block Number Nine (9) on the Conglomerate Mining Claim, Verde Mining District, in the Town of Jerome, County of Yavapai, State of Arizona. Lot Seven (7) Block One (1) of Record in Book 111 Deeds, Page 163; together with all improvements thereon of the above described lots. Notice is hereby given that on Thursday, the 12th day of May, A. D. 1921, at the hour of eleven o'clock in the forenoon of that day in front of the North door of the Court House of Yavapai County, State of Arizona, I will, in obedience to said special execution, sell all of the above described real property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said plaintiff's judgment, costs and accruing costs to the high est bidder for cash, lawful money of the United States of America. Witness my hand this 19th day of April, A. D. 1921. WARREN G. DAVIS, Sheriff. By ED. F. BOWERS, Deputy. 1st pub Apr. 20, 1921-4t(W). Subscribe for the Journal-Miner