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WEEKLY JOURNA'L-MINfefe, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1921 City News ' In Brief (From Tuesday's Dally) From Mayer J. D. Funk was in the city from .Mayer yesterday. Sheepman Here Lew marieDois, who is a prom inent sheepman of Flagstaff, is in Prescott. From Hillside H. Hanna, of Hillside, is a Pres cott 'visitor. He arrived in the city yesterday. Congress Junction Visitor A. W. Galloway, who is a resident of Congress Junction, is in the city. He will remain a few days. From Glendale J. L Grant and G. W. Steel are In the city from Glendale .on a short business trip. Wickenburg Visitor F. B. Jacobs is a visitor in the city from Wickenburg. He purposes remaining over today. Clarkdale Visitors Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Wiley and in fant were visitors of this city yes terday. They are residents of Clark dale. j From Clarkdale j S. S. Lillson, who resides, in Clark dale, is in the city on a shcjrt busi ness trip. Phoenix Visitors L. B. Whitney, William H. Wolf and L. M. Laney, atorneys, are in the city from Phoenix. To Grand Canyon Mrs. F. Kuhne and Marie Kuhne, her daughter, are at Grand Canyon for a few days, sight seeing. Return from South Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cornick and their two children have returned to this city after spending a week in Phoenix. Santa Fe Official George W. Symnes, of San Ber nardino, Calif., is in Prescott on a short business trip. He is connect ed with the Santa Fe railroad. From Crown King Mrs. C E. Titchenal, wife of the station agent who was in charge at Crown King until the closing of that office recently, is in the city. To Los Angeles Miss Agnes Gwinn has departed for Los Angeles in which city she will spend a couple of weeks on a vacation trip. She is in the employ of the Bank of Arizona. In from Verde J. C Larie came to the city from Verde yesterday. He will remain pending the completion of soraeJausi- ness which brought him to" Prescott. Went to Jerome T. H. O'Brien, general manager of the Inspiration Copper company, left this city yesterday after a short stay for Jerome. There he will visit with George Kingdom, manager of the United Verde Extension Mining company. Wrestler Back Bud Anderson, who has been in Phoenix for several days, has re turned to this city. He asked con cerning the whereabouts of L. S. May, who had challenged' him for a match, following Anderson's public bawling the showing May made in a .local bout. No one could tell him. To the Coast Reverend Betrand Cocks left yes terday afternoon for Phoenix. He will depart from that point today for Los Angeles, , returning to Prescott Saturday to hasten the completion of the sanitarium now building here for St Luke's hospital. Frederick An thony, superintendent of the con struction, reports that he has 24 men on the payroll. He intimated that today more would be added. (From Thursday's Daily) Venezia Visitor W. D. Doyle, who is a mining man of the Venezia district, was in the city yesterday. Will Stay Few Days R. Huston is in the city from Turkey creek. He will remain in Prescott for several days. From Lynch Creek Bud Fitzmorris was in the city yesterday from his ranch in Lynch Creek. Back from Visit Mrs. A. Bennett has returned to Prescott from a visit with her son, Charles Bennett, of Clarkdale. Short Stay John Matli and two sons came in from Williamson valley yesterday on a shopping trip. From Venezia A. G. Weber came to the city Monday to spend several days visit ing his family. He i9 a mining man of that district. From Clemenceau Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brisleycame to Prescott, yesterday on a combined business and pleasure trip. They will return to their home today. Visisted Clarkdale F. G. Brown, A. Cruickshank, Ralph Green and A. C. Johnson were Clarkdale visitors the fore part of this week. Will Summer Here Mrs. M. A. Dawes, who taught the McCabe school two years ago, has arrived in Prescott and with her sis ter and niece will spend the summer in this city. She has been teaching at Sentinel, Maricopa" county. At the close of her school she decided that there was no place like the Mile ligh city in which to spend the vacation period. In the City Mrs. Lena Blackburn and lier daughter, Lois, of Clemenceau, were in Prescott yesterday. They are wit nesses in the Hopkins' case now be ing tried in the superior court. Attorney Here Attorney L. M. Laney, of Phoenix, a member of the Maricopa county bar, and who was formerly district attorney of that county, came to Prescott yesterday on legal business, Brother Got Him His muddled matters straightened out by a brother, A. Hoge who cash ed checks which were not good, has been released from custody and de parted for the coast. From Flagstaff Edward bmith, a newspaper man of Flagstaff, and who has mining interests in Yav3pai county, is in the city. He plans to remain a short time. From Camp Verde N. A. Vyne, father of Ray and Gary Vyne, is in the city visiting his sons, tie is a rancner ot tne verue valley, and was a former member of the legislature from this county. Mining Man Here William ilcMann, a mining man from the Jerome district, is in the city for a few days on business mat ters. He will return the latter part of this week. From Senator Alex Ratcliffe came to Prescott Monday from the Senator mining district, returning yesterday. He is one of the men active in the mineral development of that section. Bask Home Mr. and Mrs. John Langdon re turned yesterday from this city to Clarkdale, their residence. Mrs. Lang don has just returned from Wash ington, D. C, where she went as a delegate from the Arizona Congress of Mothers and Parent-Teachers' as sociation to the annual convention, of the National Congress of Mothers.; Killing Frost Ends Visit Miss Irene .D. Waters, who has been visiting friends in this city for the past two months, left for Cali fornia coast points. After short visits with friends there, she will return, to her home in New York. city. Gone to Benson William E. Benson left yesterday afternoon for Benson, Ariz., his home. He will stop in Tucson on business matters. .He has been in the city for four months, and leaves many friends. Takes Position Here Frank Cota, formerly with the T. F. Miller company of Clarkdale, has entered the employ of Sam Dreyer, the Montezuma street merchant, as a clerk. He has joined the Prescott municipal band! k Visits Nephew C. E. Pepper, an uncle of Dr. L, E. Downing, is visiting a few days with his nephew. He spent several months visiting a brother in Phoenix and is now on the way to his home at Paw Paw, Mich. Hotel Pioneer Gone Mrs. Gillie Linn, who has long conducted the Linn hotel of this city but which she recently sold to Mrs. L. E. Barnes, has departed for Los Angeles. Mrs. Barnes was formerly connected with the Congress hotel of this city. Blew Off Part of the top of the grandstand of the ball grounds blew off during the wind prevailing the first of the week. . It is fortunate that so light a wind showed that repairs are neces sary before the use of the structure during the summer games. Gila Teacher Here Homer Fickel who has been teach ing in Gila county, stopped off on his way to Flagstaff because of re ports which had reached him regard ing the o. iciency of Yavapai county schools. He is spending a few days making notes both of the administra tion of the county superintendents methods, but visited the city schools as well. He leaves today for the Coconino county metropolis. Back to California Miss Rva Murray, a friend of Miss Helen Dunphy, returned yesterday to Los Angeles, Calif., after a stay of several months in this city. While here she did splendid work for the ex-service men of Whipple Barracks, helping the American Legion adju tant, F. K. Steiner, in the service office at the federal board building, present the compensation and other claims of the disabled veterans to the war risk bureau at Washington. Before departing for the coast,. Miss Murray made a trip to the Grand Canyon. Jerome Visitor J. O. Connelly is a visitor to Pres cott from the Jerome district. From Phoenix Mr. and Mrs. Wade Smith are in the city for a few days. They came to Prescott from Phoenix. From Huron John A. Peet is in the city from Huron. He is accompanied by his wife. They will remain in Prescott for a short stay. In the City Wm. H. Clevenger came in from the NC-4 mine yesterday on a com--bined business and relaxation trip. He will return shortly. On His Vacation T. D. Proctor, superintendent of the Puntenney Lime company plant, passed through on his way to the coast, where he will enjoy a vacation for a few weeks. Mayer Visitor Dr. J. B. Van Horn was in Pres cott yesterday from Mayer; He is! in charge of the hospital at that pany, was a visitor in this city from place. Humboldt yesterday. Visiting Daughter School Keeps Up Mrs. "G. D. Cunningham, of River- . L. George of the Farms, school side, Calif., is visiting her daughter, was a Prescott -Wsitor yesterday. Mrs. E. L. McDonald,, who resided Vocational subjects .in agriculture on East Willis street'. will be taught, during the summer Returned Home 'n that district. Marcus Markham, called , to this Swift Representative city by the death of his sister, Mrs. Henry G. Tuckey, who is one of Anna Blount, left yesterday for his the staff of Swift & Company's home at Bakersficld, Calif. He made headquarters in Phoenix, came to a short visit to Jerome the day be- this city yesterday in the interests of fore on a visit to old acquaintances, his firm. From Slate Creac Trail Bettering Otto Lanjr was in from his Slate The trail hrKorrn Hronm Creek g,on m 1920' Creek headquarters of his cattle land Turkey Creek is being improved Back irOTa Canyon OF J Kingdon expects to return Saturday. D. 1921, duly and according to law, Mr. Applewhite is secretary to James levy upon all the right, title and in- S Douglas, the mining and smelter terest of the said defendant, Kosta magnate. Katich, in and to the following de- Veteran Leaves scribed real orooertv situate in the F. J. McDermott, well known Town of Jerome, Yavapai County, among the ex-service men of this State of Arizona, to-wit: city and vicinity, and who has been All of Lots Forty (40) and Forty- active in jail visitation and commun- one (41) in Block Number Nine (9) ity house entertainment, left yester- on the Conglomerate Mining Claim, day for San Bernardino, Calif., after! Verde Mining District, in the Town Body of Former Clarkdale Man Who penning auoui nvc montps in mis ot Jerome, county ot Yavapai, State I jjied at Mercy Sunday Sent to city on this visit, ilr. AlcUermott of Arizona. Indiana Home was vice-commander of the Ernest Lot Seven (7) Block One (1) of A. Love cost of the American I f. TJcmrJ In Root- 111 TWdc Petrel : - i ' i ti. . .. r t i. .. it 1.11 cv 1 .LUC Ui JdlK Olll- 163; together with all improvements thereon of the above described Ipts. livan, who died Saturday evening at the Mercy hospital as the result of : tt . r ... K -r. n it e .i . . I A Partv Consisting of "fr. and I Notire ic herenv rritren tnat nil " lt 7 J V tCZ .l MMT F. S. Richards Mr. and V T L ne X i Z A I a rt attack, were shipped yester- ia!i n.g.u. e m uy u.c way xrescow loresi service. mis nu - - .T'. 7'. day at 11:50 to his former home in W. L. Richards. Mrs Marv Rirh- T 1Q?1 -it tne nn,- nf .!,. on oVIneV ards and daughter, and Mrs. John in' the forenoon of that day in front Lga"sPorf' ,Ind' accompanied by C. Pennv returned f,m , (,r.j, f , m,.i. a r -... avia .viuicany, also or Logansport, T- J- , I j i - m 1UW 1 Ul -1 ill U UU1 Jl kill. VUl t I - . Durrgii. wnu is a iuuhuk iuah . . . . ann a rinse triena ot tne cierea:((i i - . . nviTinnn pvritriinn in iiThih m n i u-i -i.-r v i - - rains accompanying would do wei- t ir..: ratrr,A n ...... 11UuK iavuu. v.umujf, jwic . ' ' ,. lurana v.anyon er are special execution, sell all o fthe above shock to his many friends in Clark- of Hillside, and while reporting suf- lies over the Mt. Union divide. ficient moisture where his cattle are Returned Home grazing, yet warmer weatner and . - ... . ... . i i. . . ri.rnnn ini'On .1,00 hibiiah i.a 1 1 1 ! 1 . 1 1 z a . .i 1 1 1 1 c ui:w2t lji i , 1 ,ii .11,1 . .1 uuiir ,1 nrtmi M o -mill mn L-t hie hAOrinnlf- ! . .' p. . un naa vain-v. .Hi. 1 Lll&UHd, X Will. Ul UUCUICJltC IU AdlU 'ter ;n tne mner. fcnmn nn tfce Mnc. lS. 9me y.l .ay .a . . Mary Richards and daughter are special execution, sell all o fthe above shl . r-. t r m a -v ?ays ,n tnis ciry on pusmess Ramszate. Ga.. anrf are vlsltmo-Mccrnhrrl rent nmnert r n mrh dale where the deceased was employ- ;n tn jen,w n;ct.:,t ,L,.t tne ,: ' an1 v,S,,,n? with fnends' with relatives here. Mrs. John C. thereof as mav be necessary to sat- M a he United Verde Copper com- of next month, his family moving there when the city schools close for the summer. Has Returned H. G. Fansler has returned from a two weeks' business trip in the Verde, Clemenceau and Jerome dis trict. He says that the effect of Back to Crpwri King Penny lives in Chanute. Kans. She isfv said plaintiff's iudtrment. costs Pany, in the capacity as auditor, and Henry Praun,t a mining man of ;s visitinpr at the home of Mr. and and accruing costs to the highest als at Jerome and Prescott, where Tr ? 1 . .1 1 i 1 I 0 ul.a xrown rung, -ana who hjs ucci. Mrs. William Penny on Grove street, bidder for cash, lawful monev of the ne flaa a wiae acquaintance. i-os Angeies tor .some ume, returned From Simmons United States of America. It was not until Sunday morning tp this cjty and left yesterday for his joe Matl; was ;n lhe c;t from witness mv hand this 19th dav of that his boyhood friends. Charles home iti Crown King. Simmons Thursday. He states that April, A. D. 1921. Murphy and Paul W. Mulcahy, also Changes Hands 19 scrapers are makine a biV nile of WARKKN C DAVIS Sheriff. I of Loansoort. Ind.. heard of his The Nippon pool hall has been d;rt on the tonEue which forms the Bv ED. F. BOWERS. Deoutv. untimely death, and they immediate- mi U1C Ul .... t, T-'-.r .. J T- l . .... I " . . - - i.rL a j so,a lo ' -uurry "uesi t3Se for the left winu of the dam of The above sale is postponed until lv cot into communication with his L1U3U U 11U W 1 1 L11C aillLILCia dlllL L 111. -I . .1 I I " curtailing of the mining onerations Uen- MndP!" tf?e new management the Williamson Valley Farms com- Friday, the 27th day of May at the relatives regarding the disposition of of the bie producers is verv evident a restaurant has been Pened in tne pany. He is of the opinion that hour of eleven o'clock in the fore- the body. idine puiiainif. when the big lake which will be noon. The deceased was born in Logans- trolf Jintnusiast Were formed by the impounding of the WARREN G. DAVIS, Sheriff, port in 1883, and spent his early Mrs. J. Link smith, one ot tne toi- waters is filled that there will be By ED. F. BOWERS, Deputy. days in the employ of the Pennsyl- Aurora r rrnlf nun whn rcinp in I rr?? a ? n p Jt. . I - I i r - trict, was in the city yesterday. She " , " . bui.icicnt water to irrigate an ot tne NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Va"'a rallroaa' ,eav,ne lne,r emP'y ...: a JB.: L .u.t ..-ii... Humboldt, arrived in Prescott yes- chino vaIIe Hc sa!d that that sec I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION L ac t a os:tIon as court reoorter terday. She will attend the gotf t;on needs rain badiy right now and LandP 0fice at phoenix Arizona' at Fowler, Ir.d., during the term of tournament and luncheon, given at that thc recent cold speli with at. May j4f lg2h ' ' judge joseph M. Rabb, now a prom- the rlassayampa .Lountry ciuh today, tendant frosts has killed the fruit. iNotice is hereby given that Herb- incnt member of the Indiana bar. big producers is very From Williamson Valloy Miss Myrtle Clark, who taught school in the Williamson valley dis- will spend some6 time in that valley. Her plans for the summer are unset tled, and it is possible that she will summer in that section. ... . i i l i i i tr:n.:j. - .1 inspecting schools Malcolm Barrett, assistant secre- 6" 5,",V" iXuVXSi -" Later he was employed by the state 1 TVTfe WirJ Wheeler -n.inlv cuner. I . . . r u-' i.yii.iiiuu iiu, maul, iiumi.- Residents of North Virginia street " 7 "cV ."ft .r)., y .m "'c uaulu" stead Entry r..o,( tn,t ,.A.tPrH, momln. n iirnt v jyj was m noemx yesterday attending section 25, frnct i, cevere enn.mh tot-ill w,i. fr Clemenceau and. Camp Verde, at wedding of Beverly Burke to Township 12-N., Range 8-W. G. & for Arizona, where hc became af frost was severe enough to kill wai- . . ,!,,..,..,.. ,r ...... , ., ... s. R. R. aH Meridian, has filed no- ... ..., ,r. , nut trees, and some garden and flow- ""; r"" ""r;i: p"M caroiyn iwuirem, oi tne capital. . . - - --. - ' niiaieu witn tne un.tea verae peop.e Year Proof, to. establish claim to wnf e ,ne nas smce Deen pioyea ering plants. One wife said the cold was severe enough to prevent her husband getting up and building the morning fire. (From Saturday's Dally) From Mayer O. B. Kemp was in the city yes terday from Mayer. From Willow Creek llldUC J1U1MC-I, . . , . m lucm MWif nignway department at Lnicaeo. tendent of schools, left yesterday was j PhoenLx yesterday attending Section 25, and NEJ4,' Section 26, leaving there in the spring of 1913 the wedding of Beverly Burke to OVi MtKS Carolvn fnlrein nf the rnnitnl 1 ' 1 of the respective districts. She .will return to i-rescott today. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL the land above described, before until his death. Irom broom treek DDnDPOTV nw rnDPer roTirTr-1 Alex. L. Tones. U. S. Commissioner. Floral nfferines aecomnanvino- the Thomas Laird is in the city from nv A,rrAr.rI1ur,r T tt?m at Prescott, Arizona, on the 1st day rema:ns ,vere from the United Verde Groom Creek. ,He is spendinga few olA..ji J. t .. Copper company and several of the . . TT , r .i. l . . . I viammiii i ui 1 1 1 c .-i as wuiicssca. a-u-i . . . . . . uays nere. ic ib a iiicmucr oi mc ln tne Superior Court of Yavapai cius B Cannon of Concrress Tunc- deceased's intimate friends in Clark- local organization of the Veterans of County, Arizona. tion, Arizona; Rufus J. Cannon, of dale, Jerome and Prescott foreign. Vars.j n rie. is engaged in FRANK RICCI, Plaintiff, v. L. Hillside, Arizona; Clarence I. Mul- Mr. Sullivan is survived by two mining operations ,in the Groom w. HERRING, Defendant. Creek district. I 1 -1 1 o Hf. l. .1. f st.,,u v,iie Ari,nn, sisters, Miss Kathryn Sullivan and Under and by virtue of an Order r-xiAC t? hipcuiti Mrs. T. B. Collins, both of Loeans- . . .. . . 1 : I - - I 1.1111U. X. UllllWllill.1., 1 ' " L. is. Caldwell, ot willow creeic, From Uewey Qf Sale and Decree of Foreclosure Reeister. port, arrived m the city inursuay. ne Mr. and XSf ired Uenung were on an Attachment Lien, issued out (W5t 1st pub. May 25, 1921.) The remains were escorted to the Will return today. ,n from Dewe.y,, yesterday. Mr. Ge- of the above-entitled court on . the NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Santa Fe statl"on by Carlton V. From Thumb . Butt ming says that the prospects for eighteenth dav 'nf Mnreh 1Q21 in S . .7 .t. it c Smitk. Naiifrhtnn K. Farrall. rharle!5 .. ... i " ..- . i o j - , , ueiiariiiieiiL lite iiiiciiui. li. j.i --o ' t. M. Dean, a mining man ot the ranchers and farmers in that section lhc above-entitled action, wherein Land Office at Phoenix. Arizona. Mnrohv. David and Paul W. Mul Ihumb autte custnet, was in tne city are not oyerlybright because of the Frank Ricci, the above-named plain- May 21, 1921. cahy yesterday on a snort ousiness trip. nclc of moisture and tne continued t;fr obtained a iudmnent and Decree notice is nercuy sivcn uiai jaum uruom wires . 1 C001 weainrr. for the sum nf Two. WnnHreH Twen. V. . ' ,",n-," j. Vt -J' TIT nTT a TvTxn TvAT&YI Dave Johnson was in the city from Taken m ' S22 .00) bd.ars besides osVsH TShS flW MW K IFF uroom crecK yesterday. c is eo- uecominsr ouite.iu on Doard tne ; u nc T.ni,..n ,1 .mn NEW. SEM Sec. 2.S. SW NW1 gaged in ranchnjg .in. that, section. ' train, J. M.llott,. who is a salesman ($21 55) atrainst L W Herrinir the SWJ4 Sec. 24, N4 N.WJ4 Sec 25, T7nn, Sinm-l'no ,.,1,, n4 KTce-.it emnnn f " . . , ' . ' . ... H'A NE4 SeC. 26, TOWnshlD 9-N., BIG BULL SNAKE . i, . ... , . . ... - : -"w.-.- v. Ranire 2-W. G. Be is. K. 1J. and n. a M.ariowe, a cattleman irom Kansas city,, entered tne Mercy nos- Baid Tudement was. on the 13th dav h filed nntire of inten- Simmons, was in the city yesterday pital immediately .after detraining in I Gf Mav 1921 docketed in Book No. tion to make Three Year Proof, to on business. Prescott Thursday night. 4 of judgments, at Page 144 thereof, establish claim to ( the land above de- The v;sit of Superior Judge John Flagstaff Visitor , Booster Here I am-'commanded to sell at public ?-C .' b ore jl?ne?'-r" T. Sweenev and Assistant Conntv t 1 .1. 1 a. . ....... .r 1 Lommissioner. at irrescoii. nrizuna. - j. j. wonanuc was 1a me tuy y-i .layior. .a representative 01 aucti0n tA s,,:sfv sa;d Tudsment and. .i, i. a,., r t.,i io?l Attorney R. B. Wcstervelt to Hum . . 1 " - . p- . . 1 ' j 1 IVil Vil ui uajr j k. jui;( a I terday on a bu8lnsa mission, lie is, the Arizona Republican, is m .the city. costi of saie .11 of the f0now:na. Claimant names as witnesses: Anne boldt yesterday, resulted in the 1m from, Flagstaff. jPcis boosting.. the W(ay Out,, West descfibcd real property, to-wit: I McClure, William H. Kreeger, Wil-jprisonment by lariat of a bull-snake Visiting Friends, .- . Msfiow and Frontier days celebration, t,. ctt,..( ni,,I cvi. nt Ham S. Bourne, John W. Johnson, and the subsequent delivery of the - 1- - "... 1 .111. uwuiiiiii.di u m . - I . J . . J v . 1 1, f -xtr , 1 . . tjuiici, niiwiiu. serpent to k. xotten, tree ot cnarges CHAS. E. MARSHALL, anri ta,;ffs. The- animal is to be Register. I usg(j -n tjje forthCOI1,Jng- Smoki snake dance. The. snake was first seen as the legal party was en route to Hum boldt. They had no box, sack, bucket, tub, receptacle or other con tainer, but .somewhere in the car was a fishing line. Judge Sweeney held the snake down with a stick while Westervelt lassoed him. They were unable to hobble the snake, but picketed him to a rock, and on the return trip, stopped in Dewey and 1 111 .11II1L111VI .11 II. 1, it 1 1 . 1 v , 1 ui 1 .. . . Mh. II. Ci. Hunter is in the citV Ufc. farmer, eminn- on he "2nYh of ir.Sr r all Ot Wagoner, Arizona. . - b-......,, -.. line iNonneast uuaner ncu 01 spenumg a tew, nays renewing ac- tins month, tne, latter coming, on in Section Twenty-eight (28) Town quittances. Ju,y- s ship. Sixteen (16) North, Range Two(W5t 1st pub. May 25, 1921.) rom irnoenix From Los Angeies . m wt. r.ila and Salt Kiver Rase Miss B. Carter is In the city, com- IphrfJ. McCpiirt of Los Angeles Lni Meridian, in Yavanai Count v. ing trom rnoenix tor a icw oays . ,a z guest of Dixon fragerberg at tne Ar;20na stay. Yavapai club. Mr. McCourt is a rep- Notice ;s T,ercby given that on Fri i-rom iiagstatt resentative of the Metson tiurritt day june 10th l92l. at 11:00 o"clock C. A. Block, who is a resident of Canned Products company of the L . of sa;d dav. at the north door Flagstaff, came in the city yesterday coast city, and is looking over the Lf the County Court House in the intending to remain a tew oays on business opportunities afforded by c;ty of prescott Yavapai County business. this Section. Arirona T will, in ohedienre to cnid Camp Verde Visitors Theater Quits Order of Sale and Decree of Fore- BANDITS GET LUNCH CLUB The W. O. W.'s will have .charge ir nr.. T Tl r , ... .. ... j... " ... . . . . icium my, aiuw mr. an- mid. u.-v. WOrKmen were dubj ywy closure, se the ahove-descr bed real of the Luncheon club program ot ,:jj iIic.K-pc witn W in . . , -p I ' i- . , I ' I I f - v un,"u. " rrescott visitors ycl.iuy. incmucrnoon, dismantling tne interior propertyi or so much thereof as may the chamber of commerce, to be held which the captive rode to town. came rrom -amp vuc. tixtures pt the riaza tneater, wnicn b necessarv to sat;sfv sa;d olaintiff's today, at noon, m-the banquet hall 1 .... ..... .1.1 1 . from mine opened its doors a little over a montn - j,nt i-t-rt therenn at of the owl. For those who mav not Charles F. Sturtevant, who recently 3g0 on South , Montezuma street. It the.rate of six ner centum (67A per know the meaning of W. O. W., just purchased the Trinity mine, was in could jiot be learned whether a new frn th. 1Sth . f March, stop and think who has consumed trom tne new camp :-r y. start would be maoe in anotner iocd- Ig2, and costs of making such sale, half of the newspaper space in Pres- tefday. tion in this cty. to the hiirhest bidder, for cash, in cott as well as considerable in Phoe- From Humboldt Lawyer Takes Vacation . Hold roin of the TTnited ;tnte: nbc durintr the last few weeks: who William A. Felder, who is a' resi- Georce Nilsson, of the firm of tv.,.,, ih-. ,,.t, dav of Mav. 1021. started all this stuff about snakes. dent of Humboldt, was a rrescott Anderson, Gale & Nilsson, is now WARREN G. DAVIS. until even the most hardened is I Need ro. nW.Pi,, -Rod Between Sheriff, afraid to take a little nip, for fear By ED. F. BOWERS, (that something has' gone wrong in Deputy Sheriff, other parts of the human system visitor yesterday. taking a vacation. He will remain Attorney Hero about home for a few days, beautify- C. H. Rutherford, one of the mem- ;nK his home grounds on Buena Vista bers '.of the bar in the mining city, Heights. Hc leaves Sunday for Los L4tWlst puh May jg l) was in irescott irora jerome ycsicr- Angeles, and .other coast points to day on legal business. be gone about two weeks. On Business Business Better A. C. Fowler, who is active in local Qn account of improving business Moose circles,' made a short business conditions in the east, so Charlie trip to Jerome Thursday, returning McArthur pi McArthur Bros., dis- yesterday. tributors of the Dodge car in Ari- Bought Home zona, informed E. H. Mcllvain, man- IN NEED OF REPAIR Prescott and Springs Pointed Out by Supervisor besides the mere taster and smeller; The outing camp at Iron Springs, think who is causing every con- operated collectively by a group of scientious business man, as well as 60 business men of Phoenix- in an all of his employes, to leave home organization known as the Iron on this coming Thursday; who is Springs Outing club, will open its that put the way into -the west and summer season about the first of No. 7906 SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE ON EXECUTION Real Property In the Superior Court of Yavapai then 'finished it by staging some of June, according to H. B. Wales, County, State of Arizona. the most glaring bits of comedy Prescott national forest supervisor. EMIL KOVACOVICH. doine ever perpetrated on a gentle and in- who returned vesterdav from a trip Kessa M. Mar has purchased tne ager Df the Service garage of this business under the firm name KO- tentive listner. Well, if you don't to the Sorines in the interests of the K. b. Underhill property on urove Clty the local dealers m that car are VACOVICH MERCANTILE COM- know you never will. forest service. Located on Prescott street. It is understood that the price now able to secure Dodge cars, a pan Y, Plaintiff, vs. KOSTA KA- But the program will be staged national forest lands, and directly on was above the $3,000 mark. shipment arriving Thursday. TICH. Defendant. Must the same and if an ordinary re- the railroad, the camp at -.present af- ... . . a. ! I I I , . Williamson Valley Visitor Frontier Day Fan Under and bv virtue of a special porter with a nose for news, can get fords accommodations for .the fam William Stewart came to the city l. Clayton, a cattleman from the execution issued out of the Superior anvthin? more out of one Tott ilies of the 60 members of the club. from Williamson valley Thursday on Camp Verde section, was in the city Court of Yavapai County, .State of Chrissensen, than the news hounds which provides water) light and other a short business trip, Returns to Jerome yesterday. He is very , much interest- Arizona, in the above entitled action have tried to worm out of that in- facilities, and operates a store at the ed in the Frontier days, to be held wherein Emil Kovacovich, doing dividual, they will be going some. - Springs. Chief of Police J. G. Crowley of J here in July From the information business under the firm name Kova- "Come and see, come and seel" It is Supervisor Wales' opinion, gained in that section, the prediction COyich Mercantile Company, the says Lester Ruffner, arena director given yesterday upon his return from is made that riders, bronchos and aDOve named plaintiff obtained a of the Frontier days. "It's going to Iron Springs, that it would well pay lots of audience will again break the j judgment against Kosta Katich, the be the best program of the yea and Prescott to 'see that the road be- Jerome, and his wife, have returned to the mining city after spending a couple of days at the county seat. Made the Circuit Jack Adams, who is interested in the Antlers pool hall on Montezuma street, has returned from business visits in Jerome, Humboldt and Mayer. Humboldt Visitor Otto F. Janssen, auditor of 'the Arizona Consolidated Smeller corn- record when ropes and fun begin to whiz at the fair grounds arena. Jerome" Visitor George. Kingdon, general manager of- the United Verde Extension Min ing company, was in the city Thurs day. With him was S. P. Applewhite of Douglas, Ariz. JThey left for Flagstaff the same afternoon; Mr: defendant above named, on the 15th before Totten promised to stage it, tween this city and the camp is put day of March, A. D. 1921, for the hc had to be given absolute assur- into first-class shape, thus affording 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 oil the "iist day oDuly A; ance that the entire luncheon club a route which would probably bring meeting would be turned over to much summer traffic and trade to 'Way Out West' That assurance the city. He sfcid yesterday if this has been given and the crowd will were done next year, he had little be there. Telephone, 180 before 10:30 doubt federal aid could be obtained. this morning so that the' necessary reservations may be made." 1 Try a Journal-Miner want adi"