WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 4, 1921
1 RACES W IF DM ARE
Five-Mile Touring Car Event;'
Australian Pursuit and 20-Mile
Final With Eight Stripped En
tries Ready for Starter's Gun
(T'lom Wednesday's Pally
Automobile races for May Day on
the Northern Arizona Fair associa
tion's half miie track here were an
nounced by the Prescott Racing club
last night, after a meeting at which! Mile Hi Athletic club, ot the post
entries were taken for the three chief j poncment to May 6 of the club box
events. The current w eek was not j ng card, and of tentative completion
isidered too full of entertainment:!01
, i . i -1 j
rate the Racine club decided
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tn it u wouwi niu ih-.f"1"""1 i
taper on" to nothing.
starts at ocIock.
A 20-mile main event will feature j
the meet: there will be an Australian !
pursuit for the eight strips and a ,
five-mile race for touring cars carry-j
inn three passengers each an
with top and windshield up.
i.i i i i... :..
. lllOiiKil ainiouuieu itiiv in i'ii-
week, the race will be made to draw ;
a good crowd, or the club will break,
a pair ot suspenders. Once it w as ,
decided to hold the contests, the j
members were charged with the j
w ork of making it ' a financial sue-j
cess, so during the remaining days !
of the week, the Sunday Ford races
will be much in the public prints, j
Eight stripped Fords are ready for
the two events. Four touring cars
will enter the fivc-milcr. These will
be driven by Jim Bianconi. Vernon
Eckert. Jim Morrell and Jim Ncal-i
son. Of the three Jims it is hard!
to pick the bet man. j
The cars entered for the big race ,
will be numbered as they were dur-,
ing the last contest and with drivers j
and mechanics will be lifted as fol-j
it ., nTn-hanir '
:1. Jim Ncalson
3. Dan Seidel
5. Fred McKin'.ey
6. Albert Hatz
F H Adams :
Dark Horse '.
1.0. E. R. Kale H. L. Crawford ; P11 her da According to
7 Gcortrc Merritt.Clarence Moffett;;the astronomer in charge, the small,
9. J. D. Radcliff
10. Win. Bianconi
. Strati crrr :
Gilbert Reese '
(From Thursday's Daily)
Notice is given to members of the j
l avapai county cnamoer ot com
merce, the members of the American
1 "rim anrl Wtf-r-nis nf F"nrpicnl
WaVs. that the next regular mcctinir !
of the chamber of commerce will be . '"Serial that reaches the earth, is
held Thursday. May 5th. Xo regu-, cometary in origin,
lar meeting will be held tonight. Meteoric showers, occurring pcr
owiug to important meetings which ; iodically, such as the November
have been held during the w cek and .
furtlier to allow members the op-
portunity of atending the special en
tertainments which are being held
at the Elks theater and the chautau
mia at the hiph srhool auditorium.
With the return of the committee j
of the veterans who won state head- j
quarters for Prescott. a joint meet-
ing of the veterans and the Amen-;
can Legion will be ncm, louowing
which their plan of action will be j
submitted to the chamber of com-;
merce tor their con-ideration. It is ,
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tli-t i.-ith till' fntlmiuii.Tl I
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now iiacK oi mesc inu ui y.fuidiiyu.
together with the co-operation ot
Mavor Ceildwater. the city council.
the count- officials. Chairman Midg-
I' v of the board of supervisors and j Hon on the comparatively dense
thc chamber of commerce, that a ; cuidiion of air about thc w orld,
campaign to rotore thc old gover-j vu doubt other rumors will fol
nor's mansion to its former appear- j ,,jW cowctrrn;Ilg thc dirc result, of
auee and to improve the grounds m-1 he ,.OIl!i.willlcckc vi,itation. Th,
to a beautiiul park can be launched i .
Miccofullv. It is ,,ropo,ed that the I sa"lu a,,VVtr ,,olds ood .
building be u-ed as thc headquarters j As a 'aUcr uf Iatt- ,l to 1c
for the veterans and for the Ameri-! '"d that thl-' t;l,! ' thc W "mcckc
can Legion. ' eomet will contain a great deal of
DONE BY C01ITIEE","..:'"..rr:t:t
. Work of r.ii-iii. money to fill out
the Prescott Boy Scout budget for
this vear is i.eiu? planned bv
scout officials, it was stated j ester-!
d-iy. Out of a budget of $1,850. the
committer "il finance has raised so! s-ir: According to a Chicago j wash running through said land, all
far SI. 574. having a balance of $276 'newspaper on hand, the genuine old-1 situate in said Section thirty-six (36).
et to be raised. fashioned beer (A.'- per cent) will bejiu Township fifteen (15), North.
This balance will l.r raised by the sold in Chicago at $3.50 for 24 pint j Range five (5) East of the Gila and
order that the
finance, under the . bottles. All you need is a little
A. H. Favour, in j faintucss and a doctor's prcscrip
phiiis of the scout 'tion. GL S SCHRAPI.Al'.
work for this year may he carried
out, including the summer camp on
the Verde river, which promises to
afford many -futdo- -r ad jnta;,-r a
well as cducatiijii.il
the I'rcicvt L-o-- St
Try a Journal-Miner Liner.
MILE HI BOUTS
SET FOR SIXTH
(rrom Thursday's Daily)
Announcement was made yesterday
i- C. C. Norton, manager of the
tnc o. ngnicrs wno win aP-
pear in ring on 111c ciuu s set-
K . "
j i .1 manacrcmcnt. indud-
iiitr a ten-round main event between
Wild Eill Tanner and Jim Henry of
Jerome, who, it is rumored, is none
other than one Battling Gates of
New Jersey, a former sparring part-
IU'r ' JacK jonnson. ine punenmg
bag Jimmy Henry is now using was
1 given to him by Lil Arthuh just
!i - i j .t i- i
li:nr MP rrnsspH 1h lin anfl pavp
himsd up to the c(lcra, authoritics.
As the scrll;-finat, Walter Cook, of
Whipple Barracks, w ho
w on the :
wrestling decision over Ben Fcrrcc
on the first Moose hall card last
SHAKE HMDS WITH
A HEAVENLY VISITOR
HERE ON JUNE 27
pons.Winnecke Comet Will Brush
Earth and May Give Us
(From Friday's Daily
An unusual announcement of
A" unusual announcement of the
arrival near tne eartn, Dut not near
enough to be visible to the unaided
cve ' Winnecke's comet, was that
which the University of California
well-behaved Pons - Winnecke
comet, would engage
in a race wmi
j the earth, the earth would trip the ' rortation be furnisncd by Man
comet and wiu the contest, and tne'ager Byrnes
! fomrt 111 rrvrn"p 11--111M flirt itc Inner ' . . . . . .
0 - o,
lan across tne canns omu ana scat
ter a shower of sparks.
This will occur on June 27. It
will not be the first time such a
thing has taken place, but it will be
t regarded as very remarkable by
ny persons because it will be the
st in their own private experience.
theory of astronomers is that
most if not all the asteroids, or very
small planets that revolve about the
su ;n a fairly wl. dcincd bclti are
i the aid of the heavy planets. No
doubt 3 grCat dcaI of
showers, are due to the accidental
; crossing of the earth's orbit
: that of meteoric bodies that liC
; a sort of stream about the sun.
Sonic years ago the ignorant wxrc
thoroughly frightened by the report
t!'at on a certain day the earth
would pass throug the tail of a
comet. Th'c death of all persons.
animals and plants flue to gaseous
phoning, was predicted and there'
hullaballoo. In vain the
. . , ,
pcrts tried to
convincc people that
hc matter making up the tail ot
the matter making up the tail ofl;,l lnc aetenuanis aoovc nameu. on
comets is too tenuous to do any thc -lst da' of March. A. D., 1921,
harm that if it were ga.-, it must for t,lc sum of Six Thousand Eight
be too diffused to make any impres-
cosmic metal and stone. So long as
our Fourth of July has been made
safe and innocuous, a good sensa
tion, il meteor display coming a we
I and bcniiuiaiion
YOU FORGET THE CURFEW
' To the Editor of the Journal-Miner.
-What's the fare to Chicago?
scout work for; In a recent film one of the charac--u'-.
j ters io skinned a!i c. The realism is
' rather marred by not representing
him as a taxpayer. London Opinion,
Aspects of Summer Celebration
Will Be Discussed at Next
Meeting of Businessmen; Pre
liminary Work Is Finished
(From Friday's Daily)
"Frontier Days" will be teatured
at the next Luncheon club meeting,
scheduled for Tuesday noon. May 3.
The Frontier Days executive com
mittee has determined to place the
Frontier Days before the guarantors
and others interested at the noon
Short, snappy talks, pertinent to
the subject, will be made by men
who have given time, energy and !
money in making the frontier days
the success that it has become. j
Workers have completed their I
various branches of preliminary
preparations, the program is ready, J
advertising scheduled, etc., and it j
is now up to the community to say !
the word "go."
E. S. Clark will come from Phoe-1
nix to attend the luncheon meeting, I
and it is believed that Governor j
Thomas E. Campbell will remain j
over for the luncheon. The gover-1
nor served as the first chairman of
the Frontier Days celebration in 1
Inquiries received from about the i
state show that the cowboys arc
anxiously waiting for word from
Prescott. The dates have been set
for July 2, 3, 4 and 5.
I From Friday's Diily)
Pine Crest guarantors are invited
and requested to make the trip of
inspection over the holdings of the
Pine Crest tract, this afternoon at 4
o'clock. The place of meeting will
be at the office of the Arizona Bus
comnanv. next door to the YavaDai
,-, . .
Savings hank, where trans
ne inspection is to be made m
line with action taken at a meeting
of the guarantors held yesterday
morning, when the entire proposi
tion was presented to the meeting
by Chairman H. W. Heap, of the
Pine Crest committee. The estab
lishment of a modern tent city, along
the same line as Yellowstone park,
Estcs park, Manitou and in Cali
fornia, will prove a solution to the
summer trade in Prescott and take
care of the tourist in a way which
will advertise Prescott from one end
of the country to the other.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
ON SPECIAL EXECUTION,
REAL PROPERTY, No. 8052.
WILLIAM C. HACK. Plaintiff, vs.
BURKS TRAYLOR et al.. De
fendants. In the Superior Court of Yavapai
County, Statt of Arizona.
Under and by virtue of a. special
execution issued out of the Superior
Court of Yavapai County. Slate of
Arizona, on the 16th day of April.
A. D., 19J1 in the above entitled
action wherein William B. Back, the
cx-'a')OVC named plaintiff, obtained
judgment against Burks Traylor et
Hundred Fifty-seven and 37-100
(S6.o37.o7) Dollars, together with
cost of suit Thirty-six and 60-100
(?Jb.60) Dollars. attorney's fees
Three Hundred Fortv-two
50-100 ($342.50) Dollars. ta.xcs
Eighteen and 50-100 ($18.50) Dollars,
interest at the rate of- ten (10) per
cent per annum until paid, and ac
I have this day. duly and accord
ing to law, levied upon all thc right,
title and interest of thc said defen
dants, Burks Traylor, et al., in and
to the following described real prop
erty situate in the County of Yava
pai. State of Arizona, to-wit:
Thc East half of the Southwest
quarter of Section thirty-six (36).
also that part or portion of the
Northwest cpuartcr of thc Southeast
quarter, line west of the natural
Salt River Base and Meridian, sit
uate in Yavapai County. Arizona,
and containing 110 acres, more or
less. Also an undivided one-hall
interest in and to the ilitch and water
ri'ht known as thc Wales-Arnold
water right,", belonging to and used
in connection with the said land.
Also all interest in
school lands adiuiuiu;
and to the
described tract, and all thc improve-
ORDER BY MAIL FROM PRESCOTT
In view of the fact that those in the country find it oftentimes difficult to come to Prescott, personally, to do their shop
ping, th : following live wire merchants and businessmen have arranged to take care of MAIL ORDERS for goods or services in
their li tes. They have pledged that they will give these mail orders the same prompt attention that they would receive if you
were present and they will be delivered to you by mail with the same guarantee that a personal call would obtain. Try ordering
by n ail when you can't come to town and when you can come in call on those registered here and ask them more about
ordering your needs by mail.
You can depend on getting
absolutely Pure Drugs from
W. H. TIMERHOFF,
Phone or Mail Orders receive
same careful attention as any
Phone 188 Prescott, Ariz.
If You Buy It From Us
"IT MUST BE GOOD"
BILES - LOCKHART
Home of Hart-Schafner & Marx
Walk-Over Shoes and Men's
ONE DAY SERVICE
incuts of every kind and charactei
situate thereon; together with all and
singular the rights and appurte
nances thereto in anywise belong
ing." Notice is hereby given that on
Friday, thc 20th 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 Yavajai County. Arizona
I will in obedience to said specia'
execution, sell thc above describee"
real property, or so much thereof
as may be necessary to satisfy saic
plaintiff's judgment, costs and ac
cruing costs to thc highest bidder
for cash, lawful money of thc United
States of America.
Dated this 23rd day of April, A.
WARREN G. DAVIS, Sheriff
ED. F. BOWERS, Deputy.
4t weekly First pub. April 27.
SHERIFF'S LEVY OF EXECU
TION AND NOTICE OF SALE
REAL PROPERTY. No. 13430.
In thc Superior Court of Yavapai
County, State of Arizona.
BISHOP EDWARDS & COM
PANY, a corporation. Plaintiff, vs
PECK CONSOLIDATED SIL
VER MINES, a corporation, De
fendants. Under and by virtue of a writ of
execution- issued out of the' Superior
Court of Maricopa County State of
Arizona, on the 11th day of April
A. D., 1921, in thc above entitled
action, wherein Bishop Edwards &
Company, a corporation, the above
named plaintiffs, obtained a judg
ment against Peck Consolidated Sil
ver Mines, a corporation, thc defen
dants above named, on thc 8th day
of April, A. D. 1921. for thc sum
of Six Thousand Five Hundred
Seventy-six and 46-100 ($6,576.46)
Dollars, together with interest on
thc same at the rate of six (G) per
cent per annum from the 27th day
of November, A. D. 1920. until paid,
costs taxed and allowed in the' sum
of Sixteen ($16.00) Dollars, and ac
I have this, day duly, and according
to law, levied upon all thc right,
title and interest of the defendants.
Peck Consolidated Silver Mines, a
corporation, in and to thc following
described real property, to-wit:
Thr followimr Minima flmis sit-l
uate in ' thc Peck Mining District, j 4tw hir1 nub' A')nl 7'
Yavapai County. State of Arizona. I NOTICE OF SCHOOL BOND
which are of record in thc office of j ELECTION, SCHOOL DIS
thc Countv Recorder of Yavapai TRICT No. 33, CEDAR GLADE,
County. Arizona, to-wit: YAVAPAI COUNTY. ARIZONA.
Book of j Pursuant to Chapter Nine (9),
Claims Mines Page Title Eleven (11), of thc Revised
The Silver Bell Lode 69
The Intcrminc Lode 105
Interniine No. 1 Lode ... 105
Intcrminc No. 2 Lode 105
Interniine No. 3 Lode 105
Swastika Jr. No. I Lode 113
Swastika Jr. No. 2 Lode
Peck Junior Lode
Peck Junior No. 1 Lode .
Peck Junior No. 2 Lode .
Grace K Lode
Grace K No.
Grace K No. 2
East Peck No
Grace K No. 2 .
East Peck No. 3
Ease Peck Extension
Peck Lode Mining Claim, patent
w hereof is of record in the office of
thc Countv Recorder ot" Yavapai
I Countv. Arizona. Book 106 of Deeds.
at Paiics 482 and -18'): Peek E.xteu-
tiou Lode Mining Claim otherwise
Keep- your Eastern friends
posted about Arizona
by sending them the
Only $2.50 per year
Dealers In Everything
Mail Orders Solicited
Prescott :-: :-: Arizona
Special Savings Service
For Out of Town Patrons
Mail your Savings to us and
we will open an account for
you and forward you the pass
book. Send money order, check
or draft with your name and
4 Compound Interest
Com'l Trust & Savings Bank
:nown as the first North Extension
f thc Peck Lode patent whereof is
f record in thc office of thc County!
Recorder of Yavapai County, Ari
zona, in Book 106 of Deeds at pages.
190 and 496; also all of thc waters
ind water rights and privileges of a
:ertain spring situate on Plum Lode
Mining Claim and all rights and
jrivilcges thereof and thereto per
:aining as origiually mentioned and
;et forth in a certain instrument in
writing and Deed executed by one
Frank Y. Giroux to one Emery W.
Fisher. Trustee, dated on or about
he 25th day of October, 1919, and
filed with the County Recorder of
Yavapai County, Arizona, on thc 31st
lay of March, 1920, and recorded in
Book 120 of Deeds, at pages 311 to
113 thereof; to which deed and thc
-ecord thereof reference is hereby
made for a more complete and -particular
description, together with any
rights under thc lease dated Septem
ler 6, 1918, made by O. I. Tawney
to A. J. Edwards, as Trustee, re
corded in Book 119 of Deeds, at
pages 458-459, also at Pages 4t8 and
And I do further certify that I
have endorsed this levy of execution
upon thc original writ of execution
issued in this case and have filed
in thc office of the County Recorder
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
Thursday thc 19th day of May, A.
D. 1921, at thc hour of eleven o'clock
in the forenoon of that day in. front
of thc North door of thc Court
House of Yavapai County, State of
Arizona. I will in obedience to said
writ of execution, sell all of the
above described real property, or so
much thereof as may be necessary
to satisfy said plaintiff's judgment,
costs, interest and accruing costs, to
the highest bidder for cash, lawfu)
money of thc United States of Amer
ica. Dated this 23rd day of April, A.
WARREN G. DAVIS,
Sheriff of Yavapai County,
State of Arizona.
By ED 1". BOWERS.
597 1 Statutes of Arizona, of 191j, and
125 j Amendments thereto, notice is hereby
148 'given by; thc Board of School Tru.s
190 1 tecs of School District No. 33, of
101 I Yavapai County, Arizona, that an
463 j election has been called by said
4(4 1 Board of Trustees to be held, and
465! that same will be held, at thc Grade
466! School Building, situated in thc town
467 j of Cedar Glade, in said School Dis
462 1 trict No. 33 of Yavajai County, Art-
292 zona, on the eleventh (11) day oi
293 May, 1921, for the purpose of de-
570 cidiug whether thc negotiable bonds
571 of said: School District shall be is
293 sued and sold by said District, fof
573 the purpose of raising the sum oi
: Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) j
far the corporate purposes herein j
! The said election thall be conduct- j
; cd by Nelson l'ntenney. J. C. lleslct j
I . . i
and Charles I home, w no arc nanici
and appointed as judges to conduct
'HOXOGRAPHS & KODAKS
RECORDS & SUPPLIES
O. A. HESLA CO. Jewiers
Mail Orders receive careful
attention. Write for list of
To Out-of-Town Orders for
'The Earth's Best Investment"
We sell City property, alfalfa
lands (irrrigated) orchards,
farms and cattle ranches,
If you want to buy of sell
Write: THOS- E. HINES,
110 S. Montezuma St. Prescott
said election and to make returns
thereof to said Board of Trustees as
thc law directs.
The polls of said election will be
opened at the hour of ten (10)
o'clock A. M., and closed at the
hour of five (5) o'clock P. M., dur
ing which period said polls will be
continuously open for thc reception
The above cmestion and matter,
"Shall the negotiable coupon bonds
of School District No. 33 of Yavapai
County, Arizona, be issued by said
School District, for the purpose of
raising the sum of Five Thousand
Dollars ($5,000.00), for building a
school house and for supplying furn
iture, equipment and apparatus there
for; the bonds to be of the denomi
nation of Two Hundred Fifty Dollars
($250.00) each; the number of years
said bonds are to run to be ten (10)
years; the time when the principal
shall be payable to be fixed by the
Board of Supervisors of Yavapai
County; thc principal of said bonds
to bear interest at thc rate of six
)crccntuni (6) per annum, pay
is hereby submitted for decision at
said election to be held as afore
said, at thc time and place afore
said, to thc bona fide tax payers of
the said District, and only such per
sons shall vote at said election who
have paid in their own name a coun
ty or state tax upon property sit
uated within said District, other than
poll, road or school tax, during the
preceding year, and who are in all
other respects qualified electors for
the purpose of voting at the regular
school election, of which said bona
fide tax payers and their qualified
electors will please take notice.
Thc form and words of the ballots
to be used at the election shall be:
Bonds. Yes," and "Bonds, No.
Those electors desiring to vote in
thc affirmative on said question
should vote "Bonds, Yes"; and those
desiring to vote in thc negative on
said questions should vote "Bonds
Dated at Cedar Glade, School Dis
trict No. 33, Yavapai County, Ari
zona, this 15th day of April. 1921,
by order of thc Board of Trustees
of School District No. 33, Yavapai
County, State of Arizona.
H. P. SCH WAN BECK.
C. M. ROGERS.
Trustees of School District No. 33,
Yavapai County, Arizona.
4tw First pub. April 27.
FOR FORTY-TWO YEARS!
we have watched Yavapai County grow.
We Are The
OLDEST BANK IN ARIZONA
We have always been the bank of the farmers, the cattle
ranchers and the miners.
OLD FRIENDS are GOOD FRIENDS
We will give your business our personal care and attention.
THF KMM m AD
Organized in 1877
Buy them by Mail
Fall line Pneumatic and solid
Truck Tires Order by Mail.
Complete line Auto Accessories
THE SERVICE GARAGE
Odd Fellows Bldg., Prescott.
Your Neighbor Buys
Good Shoes By Mail
You can do the same
PERGAIN PUPILS TO
BE HEffl) IS COMIC
OPERA MSIC MY 5
(From Sunday's Daily)
An interesting musical event is
that to be given at the Odd Fellows
; haI1 hcre 011 Thursday, May 5, by
i the PPi!s of Albert M. Pergain,
j local vocal instructor, who will pre
sent a program of selections from
thc better-known comic operas and
other works, it was announced yes
terday by Pergain. In addition to
the best comic opera numbers, folk
songs and instrumental music will
have a place on the program. .
Among' those taking part in thc
program are Mrs. Burt Johns and
Mrs. Gary Vyne, each of whom will
sing two solos. "A Winter Lullaby"
from "Tht Land of the Sky-Blue
Water," will be sung by Mrs. Leo
Place on the program will be given
to two quartets, sung by the Misses
McMahon, Friedburg, Dreyer, Andres,
Amberg, Martinez (sisters) and Fitz
gerald. Miss Hamilton and two
others, not yet announced, will ap
pear in a trio.
"Voices of the Woods" will be
sung by Miss Gudfried Wold and
Miss Tillie Dreyer, and a full or
chestra will render instrumental
A nominal admission will be
charged for thc program.
MILLER VALLEY BUS
(From Friday's Daily)
With 67 pupils taught by two
teachers, the Miller Valley school is
one of the best in the county, ac
cording to Mrs. Ward H. Wheeler,
who visited this school yesterday
morning. Work of every sort in
cluded in the grammar school cur
riculums is being carried on with
While the number of pupils being
taught by Miss May McEachren,
principal, who has charge of the
four upper grades, and Mrs. L. C.
Hinzman, who teaches the four low
er, arc really more than are ordinar
ily under the care of two teachers,
the results gained at the Miller Val
ley school leave nothing to be ask
ed, Mrs. Wheeler believes.
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