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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 4, 1921 t&ytt2tt&y&vi&y$&3 lyj 71f?Q Prescott yesterday from thr Syca 4, W A if wtvu (11 more ranker .station. II? was called 5 thr-city by business at the Pres- In Brief Si Vv..VA..5v9i)9V ! (rroni Ti!fvii;ry Daily) Kere cn Business John MWris yesterday was a visi tor to Prc-cott. coming in on busi ness from his home in Skull Valley. V lit re lie is en;'aeil in ranching. Flagstaff Visitor Coming to Prescott yesterday from his home in ("lasiatf. J. E. Jones of few 1 from his home in Skull Valley where he is engaged in ranching. Return from South Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hate have re turned to Prescott from liishee. where they attended the convention of the Knights of Pvthias. Here on Business i 1. I'. UYrrm ye-urday arrived in TV...-. . .Vai.i ., Kf.iK-;c,-r !;- ' ' "."' w regular tour of Arizona for a Cali-i fori.i.i mercantile house Kanchman Here M. A. Pirkins, well known rancher of Perkinsville. on the Verde river, yesterday was a visiter to Prescott. coming over the mountain on a short busyess trip. From Turkey Mr. and Mrs. C. P.aker, residents of Turkey, came to Prescott yester day on a short business and shop ping trip. They will remain in this city for a day or two. Hillside Visitor Morse Darnell, well known cattle man of the Hillside country, came to Prescott yesterday for the pur pose of spending a few days in the city on business. On Survey Trip George Merritt yesterday left Pres cott for Crown King, where he will remain for some days for the pur pose of surveying some mining claims in that district. Power Official Here R. S. Massou, of the Arizona Tower company, the Phoenix Gas & Electric company and other affiliated companies, yesterday arrived in Pres cott from Los Angeles, where he has been on business connected with the power company interests. He will remain in this city for a few days before proceeding to his 'Yiorhe in Phoenix. Gale Returns Alfred H. Gale, member of the handicap committee who has been j in Phoenix, returned yesterday, but ' w as unable, due to an indisposition. to confer w ith Norman Hoffman and ! J. A. West regarding the scores in I the golf tournament of last Satur day and Sunday. It is believed the committee may .complete its calcula- tions and announce the net scores today. (From WVdnetxisy'B Dally) On Mining Emil Rasmussen, mining man of Mayer, was in the city yesterday on mining business. Attorney Here C. H. Rutherford, attorney of rome. was in the city yesterday at - tending to legal business. Here on Business , Cr.rl Rees. cattleman of the Jerome Junction country, was a visitor to Prescott yesterday, coming in for a short while on business. Commissioner Here Winchester Dickerson, chairman of the highway commission, was in the city yesterday on business connected with the highway bond traiiiaction. From Kirkland Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Holder, of Kirkland. where he is engaged in the goat-raising business, were visitors to Prescott yesterday. Visits Mine George Calder, assistant clerk of the board of supervisors, yesterday ' made a trip out to his mining claims in the Turkey Creek district, return ing in the afternoon. (From Thursdays nlly) Rancher Here Ben Ainsworth, well known ranch er, was in the city on a short busi ness trip yesterday, coming ui from his home in the Walnut Creek country. From Oklahoma Jack Rolfing. well known locally to the trade, is in the city for a few days from his headquarters in Okla homa City, representing Morris 4 Co., packers. Simmons Visitor John Eckels, well known cattle man of the Simmons country, was a business visitor to Prescott yester day, calling at the forest service of fice while here. From Clarkdale W. W. Midgley, chairman of the board of supervisors, was in the city yesterday attending a meeting of that body. He will return to his home in Clarkdale today. Mining Man Here John Funk, of the United Ari zona Mining company, was a visitor to the city on business yesterday. The United Arizona property is lo cated southeast of Mayer. the northern city will irnj a few , I.. C. Jolly yesterday was in Pres days lure on a short business trip. COtt from his home in Clifton, coin Business Trio ' inp to this city on mining business. Business yesterday brought A. J i From Ash Fork I.aswell to Prescott on a short trip ! P. W. Thomas and B. A. Davis. .Ranger Here lack Bradley a visitor to Vjcoit torest service otnce. ' From Mayer Mrs" 1 " l"'arreU- of Mayer, was a visitor to Prescott on business yes- terilay. accompanied by her son. Koy. The Garretts arc engaged in thr I sheep anil cattle business in the Mater coun'fv. (From FrlJsy's DaH) Here on Business T. A. Meaden, of Seligman, yester day was -a visitor to Prescott, hav ing business in this city to transact. On Mining Business well known residents of Ash Fork, were visitors to Prescott yesterday, coming in on a short business trip. Mayer Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thompson, well known residents of Mayer, i where he is a deputy sheriff, were J visitors to Prescott yesterday on a J short shopping and business trip! ! Returns to Clarkdale ! , - W. W. Midley, chairman of the (county board of supervisors, has re- turned to his home in Clarkdale, after a day or two spent in Prescott on county business. Here from Phoenix F. A. Reid, of the RM. fashion Cattle company, was a visitor to Prescott yesterday from Phoenix. Reid is also president of the Water Users' association of the Capital city. Returns from Coast Mrs. Charles G. Riebeling has re turned to the city with her little daughter, after a visit of several weeks with her mother in southern California. Leave for Jerome - H: L. Fishel, county engineer, and Winchester Dickerson, chairman of the county highway commission, yesterday made a trip over to Je rome in connection with county road work being done in that vicinity. Jerome Visitors Mrs. W. S. Kirby, well known resident of Jerome, was a visitor to Prescott yesterday on a short shop ping and visiting trip. Mr6. Kirby is the wife of W. S. Kitby, the- Je rome night policeman, who was in jured during the recent ahooting scrape in the Copper camp, which resulted in the arrest of Kosta Katich. Returns from Skull Valley J. C. McNuhy, ranger in charge of ithc Prescott district of this forest, J (yesterday returned from Skull Val- ley; where for -the last Fevcral days he has been conducting a cattle count, assisted by H. H. Higgins, ranger for the Skull Valley country. Claim Agent Here A. C. McQueen, Santa Fe claim agent from coast line headquarters, yesterday came to Prescott on busi- ness for the road. He plans to be in Prescott during the balance of the week. From Denver H. A. WaltenkampL of Denver, is a visitor to Prescott for a few days, having come here with a view to lo cating during the summer months Je-jwith his family, provided he can find suitable accommodations. Return from Mayer Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Roberts yes terday from a visit of several day6 to Mayer, where they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson. They were accompanied to Prescott by Mrs. Wilson, who will remain here for a day or two. Here from Coast Robert T. Brandon, businessman and banker of Los Angeles, was in Prescott with Mrs. Brandon and their young daughter, Margaret, yes terday. The party left in the after noon for Phoenix, where Brandon will remain for a few days attend ing to business matters berore re turning to the coast. (From Saturday's IfetUy) Jerome Visitor Robert Tally, of Jerome, spent yesterday in Prescott, coming in on a short business trip. -, Slight Illness Fred McMahon, of the Santa Fe brakemen's force here, is laying off work for a few days, due to a slight illness. Visit in Phoenix Mrs. George H. Davis, of this city, is spending the week in Phoenix as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Williams. Trip to Jerome F. S. Viele of the Arizona Power company, yesterday made a 6hort (trip over to Jerome on business, re turning last night. Here from Jerome ' H. W. Lewis, member of the coun ty highway commission, was in the city yesterday, attending a meeting of the commission. From Ash Fork Winchester Dickerson, chairman of the highway commission, was in Prescott yesterday attending the meeting of the commission. Camp Verde Visitor R. W. Wingutld. business man of Camp Verde, was in the city yester day attending a meeting of the coun ty highway commission, ot which he is a member. Return from South M. L. Ganev, . A. Marcotte, John J. O'Melia. I!. S. Street, William Kolar and R. N. Livingstone, V. F. W. delegates to the state organisa tion convention in Tucoti, yesterday returned to Prescott after .spending Thursday in Phoenix. Leaves for Phoenix J. S. Chandler, of Tucson, who has been spending t!e last two or three days in this city on a short trip for the purpose of looking up a summer home site, yesterday left tht city to return to Phoenix, where he will remain for a day or two before continuing to Tucfon. Leaves Hospital Loyd E. Ireland, of the Mile Hi Athletic club, who has been at the Mercy hospital since his injury dur ing the Moose hall fire here recently, this morning w ill leave the hospital. Ireland's progress toward recovery has been very remarkable, his doc tor states. Return from Roosevelt D. II. Biles and Jack Shull, of the Riles-Lockhart Clothing company, have returned to Prescott from a trip of a week or more to Roose velt lake, where they had a good run on , the fish. They continued their trip through Globe and Miami. According to Biles, construction or completion of the road from Camp Verde to Pine and Payson would open up a lot of trade to Jerome and Prescott, there being a large number of cattlemen and their fam ilies in the district who are 80 or 90 miles from a market. (From Ftaindnr'B Dally) To Camp Verde Sheriff Warren G. Davis and Undersheriff Ed F. Bowers yester day made a trip to Camp Verde on county business. Jerome Visitor L. A. Kehr, chief clerk of the United Verde Extension Mining company, was a visitor to Prescott on business yesterday. Trip to Jerome F. G. Brown, of the Martindell, Home company, yesterday made a short trip over to Jerome on busi ness, returning last night. Cattleman Here H. A. Parsons, cattleman of the Kirkland district, was a visitor to Prescott on business yesterday. He plans to remain here for a few days. Week-end in Phoenix Mrs. Lily Morsehead, deputy coun ty assessor, is spending the week-end with friends in the capital. She will return today or tomorrow. From Mayer Mr. M. M. Walker, of Mayer, yes terday came to the city to be pres ent at the funeral services' for Mrs. Walker, who 'died at Mayor early Friday morning. ' Returns from Skull Valley Robert Munro, deputy supervisor of the Prescott forest, yesterday re turned from Skull Valley, where the work of range appraisals has been going on. Returns from Coast John.S. Riley, the well known mine-maker, has returned to Pres cott from a visit of some length in San Diego. He was gree.ted by many friends here yesterday. Ruth-Johnson Miss Polly Ann Johnson yesterday became the bride of J. A. Ruth, Judge Charles H. McLane officiat ing. The couple will make their home in "Prescott, where both have been living. Leaves for Albuquerque Paul H. Roberts, inspector for the Albuquerque office of the forest serv ive, headquarters for the southwest ern district, today will leave for Al buquerque after some time spent on the Prescott forest From Williamson R. H. Hall, of the Williamson Valley Farms company, was a visitor to Prescott yesterday from the com pany's project in the Williamson valley. He plans to remain here for a day or two on business. New Roadster R. O. Barrett, of the Prescott Title company, .is to be seen sporting an infant Overland roadster he has just acquired. Friends maintain that Barrett made his first tryout of the ear over the smoother sections of South Mt. Vernon street Returns to Tonto J. H. Sixer, deputy supervisor of the Tonto forest, yesterday left Pres cott for his headquarters at Roose velt, after several days spent on the Prescott forest familiarizing himself with the range appraisal work, which he will initiate on the Tonto forest. Leaves for Williams C. E. Ratchford, of the Washing ton, D. C, office of the United States forest service, today will leave for Williams, where he will com mence range appraisal work on the Tusayan forest Ratchford began the range appraisals work here, where he lias been for the past week. Return to Prescott H. P.. Wales, Prescott forest su pervisor, yestirday returned to Pres cott with the forest service men w ith whom he has been conducting range appraisals in the Skull Valley district. This work will be contin ued by Deputy Supervisor Robert Munro. Mayer Visitor Mrs. Henry H ffelman. of Mayer, whose husband is engaged in the hardware business in that city, wa a visitor to Prescott yesterday on business. From Mayer Mr. and Mrs. George Scholey, of Mayer, were visitors to Prescott yes terday, coining in on a short busi ness trip. Mr. Scholey is a brother f T. 11. and C. K. Scholey, pro prietors of Scholcy's poo hall. Leave for Texas L. D. Crosstnan and wife, who have been visiting their sister, Miss Kitty Crossman, from their home in Jerome, have left Arizona for Port Arthur, Texas, where Mr. Crossman has accepted a position as immigra tion inspector. Eastern Visitor Miss Marcia Ellis, of Tipton, Mo., who has been spending the winter in Phoenix, has arrived in Prescott and is visiting her cousin, Mrs. W. . Hoover, en route to her home. Have New Office John' Massing & Company have opened an uptown office, located at 119 North Cortez treet, the first door outh of Tiinerhoff's drug store. Returns to Holbrook Mrs. Hattie Penrod, superintendent of schools of Navajo county, has returned to Holbrook after a day kit two spent in Prescott visiting a friend at the Mercy hospital. While in Prescott, Mrs. Penrod also visit ed Mrs. Ward Wheeler, county superintendent of schools. ONE, TEN, FIVE E HONORS In a series of races in which cars repeatedly went into the pit, James Nealson and E. H. Adams driving No. 1, Bill Bianconi and Gilbert Reese in No. 10, and Fred McKinley and Frank Cain in No. S, carried off the purses. Nealson and Adams out stripped their opponents in the 20 mile event, and tied with Bianconi and Reese for first place in the Australian pursuit. McKinley and Cain came third in the honor list by taking second place in the 20-mile race. Jimmie Bianconi carried off the five-mile race. Over a thousand people gathered at the fair grounds course to witness the Prescott Racing club's May day speed contests. The races were pre ceded by a parade of the ten cars entered, starting from the plaza at 2 o'clock and making their way to the fair grounds, to the tune of spirited marches played by the ' Prescott band. Of the eight cars starting in the Australian , pursuit elimination, N09. 5, . 6 andi 9 speedily' dropped out Nps. 1, 7; 81 and 10 carried on. Seven and 8 soon went into the pit. Eight overtook 7 on the southwest curve, and a few moments later, as she seemed to be drawing down the favor of the crowd, she burned up and followed 7 to the pit . The balance of the race was a close contest between Nos. 1 and 10, with 10 making up distance and dropping back on the curves. At the twen tieth lap, Ray Vyne flagged the cars off the course, and declared the race a tie. In the five-mile race, Nos. 1, 2 and 3 lined out, with 1 in the lead, 3 fol lowing and 3 bringing up the rear. These positions were maintained throughout the ten laps. No. 1 win ning. Humor in this event was pro vided with the "keep cool" Ford ! nnmn sian carried hv No. 3. which kept cool but didn't keep up the pace. The attempts of Vernon Eck ert, driving No. 2, to pass Jimmie Bianconi in No. I, always scemd on the point of succeeding, and never did. Birch piloted No. 3. The tradition of going into the pit. started in the pursuit by ,7 and 8, was upheld by these two cars during the 20-mile event. No. 1, the win ner of the race, and No. 5, which captured second place, were the only cars in this event to stay on the course during the entire race. After leading the field for more than half the race, 8 limped into the pit with a broken frame. Seven went into the pit and lost several . laps, came out again, and presently went into the pit again with a broken frame. No. 9 was lapped and relapped by the entire field, but despite the poor working of its engine, it stuck to the course to the end. After 8 went out, No. 10 held second place for a few laps, but a defective steering knuckle sent it into the pits, where it lost more than it could make up. No. 6 dropped out of the race before it was half over. Though it was af flicted with engine trouble in the first half of the race, No. 5 scooted into second place during the last. She was nosed out of a chance at first by the interference of No. 9. Charles Riebeling, ' Art Gage and James Crutchfield were in the judges' stand while Ray Vyne as starter and Walter Wilkes, Leslie Edson and Bill Hogue, as timers, supervised the events from the edge of the track. Drivers and cars which participated INI were as follows: No. Driver. Mechanic. 1. Jim Nealson E. H. Adams 5. Fred McKinley ...Frank Cain 6. Volnie Jamison........!!. T. Jamison 7. George Merritt .. Clarence Moffett 8. Jack Brunn... Roy Langdale 9. E. R. Kale... ....!!. L. Crawford 10. William Bianconi Gilbert Reese The Classified Pages of the Journal-Miner contain some of the best bargains to be found in Yavapai Count ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE In the Superior Court of Yavapai County, State of Arizona. In the matter of the estate of A. R. DICKEY, deceased. The petition of E. Block, adminis trator, with the will annexed, of the. estate of A. R. Dickey, deceased, having been filed in this court on the 26th day of April, 1921. praying for the order of this court to order the sale of certain mining claims, a frac tional interest of which belong to the estate of said decedent. It is ordered, that all persons in terested in said estate appear before the Superior Court of Yavapai. County, State of Arizona, at the court house-in said County and State on the 27th day of May, 1921, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, then and there to show cause, if any they have, why the order prayed by said administrator should not be granted to Baid administrator, auth orizing him to sell the interest of said decedent in said mine9, as set forth in the petition for the sale thereof, filed herein on the said 26th day of April, 1921. Dated April 29th, 1921. JOHN J. SWEENEY, Judge of said Superior Court. (4tV 1st pub. May 4, 1921.) NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION In the Superior Court of Yavapai County, State oj 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 purporting to be the last will and testament of George C. Waddell, whom it is alleged is de ceased, together witti 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 are notified then and there to appear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. Dated April 21st, 1921. J. C. WOODS, Clerk. By EMMA SHULL, (Seal) . Deputy Clerk. 3t(W) 1st pub.-April 27th. SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE ON EXECUTION, REAL PROP ERTY, No. 8059. In the Superior Court of Yavapai County, State of Arizona. HEAD LUMBER COMPANY, a Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. PECK CONSOLIDATED SILVER MINES, a Corporation, Defendant. Under and by virtue of a special execution issued out of the Superior Court of Yavapai 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 named, on the 22nd day of April. A. D. .1921, for the sum of Three Thousand Seven Hnudred One and 36-100 (S3.701.36) Dollars, together with interest at the rate of six (6) per cent on the same from the J2th day of January, 1921, until paid, dis bursements and eosts 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 Peclc Consolidated Silver Mines, a corpor ation, in and to the following des cribed real property, to-wit: The following Mining . Claims sit uate in the Peck Mining District, Yavapai County, Arizona, which are of record in the Recorder's Office of Yavapai County, Arizona. Book of ClaimB Mines Page Great Western 116 287 Great Western No. 1 116 288 Great Western No. 2 116 289 Great Western No. 3... Great Western No. 4 .... Silver Crown...,.,..,. 116 116 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 290 291 534 535 536 537 540 541 542 465 400 467 570 574 Silver Crown No. 1 Silver Crown No. 2 Silver Crown No. 3 Silver Crown No. 4 Silver Crown No. 5 Silver Crown No. 6 Peck Junior Claim Peck Junior No. 1 Peck Junior No. 2 East Peck........-.....-..:.:...- East Peck Extension East Peck No. 1 113 571 East Peck No. 2 113 572 East Peck No. 3 113 573 Silver Bell Lode (.') Swastika Junio No. 1 113 463 Swastika Junio No. 2 113 464 Grace K 113 462 Grace K. No. 1 116 292 Grace K. No. 2 116 293 Plum Lode 104 324 Together with all water rights there on. Notice is hereby given that on 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, 1921, 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, on the 6th day of July, 1920, for the sum of One Hundred Seventy-three Thou sand Four Hundred Forty-five and Fifty-Hundredths (?1Z3,445.50) 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 of record in Book 113 Deeds, page 470, in the office of the County Re corder of Yavapai County, Arizona. Hancock; Lizzie C; Lost Chance: Good Luckj Red Jacket; Lucky Steal; St. Louis; Lucky Boy; Star light; Boston; Portland; Black Jack; Newport; Ajax Rachel; Buffalo; White Wings; Excelsior. Also Pittsburgh, Grace and Blue Jay Mining Claims, United States Patent for which is of record in Book 102 Deeds,, page 558, in the office of the County Recorder of Yavapai County, Arizona. Also the following unpatented Mining Claims which are of record in the office of the County Recorder of Yavapai County, Arizona, to-wit: Claims Book of 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 execu tion 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.) NOTICEdF FORFEITURE Prescott, Arizona, April 12, 1921. To Ventura Gold Company, a cor poration 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 Mining District, Yavapai County, Arizona, to-wit: Ventura, Ventura No. 1, Ventura FOIST SERVICE 10 PROSECUTE PERSONS 10 M1GE TRAILS Definition as trespass of all dam aging or leaving in a damaged con dition of roads and trails on the U. S. national forests is announced in a new regulation passed by the for est service, it was learned yesterday at the forest service office here. The regulation has been made, it is de-. clared, to correct the evils resulting from careless and unreasonable use of the roads and trails constructed at great expense to the. forest serv ice. The regulation is applicable to all forest permitees and to tho.se with whom timber sale agreements are made. The Journal-Miner job department produces up-to-date commercial work at short notice and at reasonable prices. No. 2, and White Ash, location no tices of which are recorded in the Mining 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 Statutes of the United States and the amendments thereto concerning annual assessment work, or labor upon Mining Claims, it being the amount required to hold said claims for the years ending December 31, 1944, 1915, 1916, 1920 and 1921. Also that I have filed the notices required to hold said above-described 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 personal 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, who made the re quired expenditure in accordance with the provisions of said Section 2324, and filed said notices required by snid 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. No. 7506 SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE ON EXECUTION Real Property In the Superior Court of Yavapai Count-, State of Arizona. EMIL " KOVACOVICH, doing business under the firm name KO VACOVICH MERCANTILE COM PANY, Plaintiff, vs. KOSTA KA TICH, Defendant. L'nder and by virtue of a special 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 One 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 County, 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 mjth 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 Aoril, A. D. 1921. WARREN G. DAVIS, Sheriff. By ED. F. BOWERS, Deputy. 1st pub Apr. 20, 1921 4t(W).