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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1921 PS I " - Mm T Oldest Paper in Arizona. Established March 9, 1864. Published by THE JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Telephone 14. J. W. MILNES, Editor and Manager. LYLE ABBOTT, Associate Editor. Member Associated Press. Published Every Morning Except Monday. TRRMS: Dally, three months 2.W I nailv ner vear 10.00 I gai ft mS::: :::::::::::::::: i I Pa-eable in Entered at the Postoffice, PrcscotC .1-J1 ' . 1..- .,,, nr tn nnsrai m order that the paper may be permitted Sutter. Accordingly, subscriptions will be by carrier must also pay in advance w tuuii " . Board. MEMBL.it ur xaa ADo--...L.iiJ-' .l-.ivii.oo Thn Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication or all news credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. All rights of. republication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. NOT BAD rAVAPAI county hammered 1 31,905 fine ounces of gold, l,55a,U5 tine ounces ot .silver ana 114,937,0S0 pounds of copper, and all the reported zinc realized in the state, according to the midyear review of the mining industry, as compiled by the United States geological survey. Of course some of this production merely went to swell the unwanted step-child of the copper industry that darned surplus that is raising such a racket with the business. But the produc tion was there, just the same, and shdws .that long after disaster had compelled other industries to quit, mining, was proceeding. The value of Yavapai's metal output maintained its rank as third in the state, with only Cochise and Gila exceeding us for the amount of potential wealth produced. t. WOMAN'S FITNESS AMELIA HENRY REINHARDT, president of Mills college, Oakland, Cal., told , the 'delegates to the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs that there are now 8,000,000 American women in gainful occupations. This explains a great deal. For one thing it is a justification of the contention that women are as efficient as men, as capable of solving the prob lems of life. But there is another, and, perhaps, it may be consid ered a serious phase of the situation. Since there is' almost no department of human activity and industry that excludes' women, it 'follows that she is and will be a permanent competitor of men. In the old days, with women, outside of educational circles en gaged in gainful occupations, the demand for men was more press ing. Unemployment was not heard of, to be sure, but it never, ex cept at long intervals, became a national menace. In times of panic and general business depression jobs were not hard to get, but, generally speaking, the industrious man could earn a living. There are said to be 3,000,000 to 4,000,000 men out of work now in the United States. If women should stay away from busi ness a month 'there would be places for most of them. Whether present conditions are for the general good of the nation is a dis puted question. We will not argue it, but simply say that woman has demonstrated her ability as a bread-winner. If she finally sur passes man in business life, we will be forced to the conclusion that it is merely a case of the survival of the fittest. MOTHERS AND CHILDREN IT IS against sound public economy to allow poverty alone to cause the separation of a child from the care of a good mother This is the principle back of the mother's pension system, the ad ministration of which is discussed in a report entitled "The Ad ministration of the Aid-to-Mothcrs Law in Illinois," recently is sued by the United States department of labor through the chil dren's bureau. The Illinois statute of 1911 was the first mothers' pension law in the country. At present 40 states in the union have such a law. The administration of the Illinois law of 1911 was placed with I the judges of the juvenile .courts throughout the state, and very wide discretion was vested in the court. In 1913 the law was rad ically altered and the authority of the courts was definitely limit ed. Minor changes have since been made. During the first year following the enactment of the pension law in Illinois, only 10 counties outside Cook county made any use of it, while by the end of 1920 pensions were being granted in all but 12 of the 102 counties of the state. At the close of the first year of the administration of the original law, there were 327 families on the pension roll of the juvenile court of Cook county, representing a monthly expenditure of almost $7,000, while in November, 1919, there were 851 families on the roll, with a monthly expenditure more than four times as great as in 1912. However, methods of administration are diverse throughout the state, and facts presented in the report point to the conclus ion that the principles of local responsibility for administration should be replaced by some measure of state control or standard ization. The importance of perfecting the mothers' pension law is strongly emphasized because, the report points out, this system if properly organized and safeguarded may contain the nucleus of a new form of state aid free from the pauperizing effect of the old public charities, and capable of considerable extension, along with actual economy of expenditure. There is something ironical in the statement of the blue law enthusiasts to the effect that the fight against summer Sunday baseball and other forms of popular Sabbath diversion has been temporarily dropped because "so many of the clergy are on their summer- vacations." '' Somehow we can't get excited miles. That's too far to go " either to bag the game of bury the dead, and if all our enemies would stay that far away from us, we wouldn't want to shoot them. France is striving to compel them a staggering per capita. embargo and dodge the marriage worse than alibi money. Weekly, three months $1.00 Weekly, six months L50 wseuy. Per year 2.50 Advance. Arizona, as Second-Class Mail Matter. law. subscriDtlons are payable In advance to pass through the malls as second-class stopped at expiration. Subscribers served FOR US right along last year, producing about this -gun that shoots 300 bachelors to marry by taxing Most of them prefer to pay the license, arguing that alimony is THE CHEERING SECTION By FRANK SCULLY Marked "Personal" Mickey Walker, 19, of Elizabeth, N. J., outpointed Welterweight Champion Jack Britton, 39, but the bout was fought in New Jersey, where no decision is allowed; so the senile Jack still continues as title- holder. Jack scored a knockdown in the first round but after that tried to keep away from Walker's re putcd haymaker. The world is still far from normal Bill KIcm, National League umpire, who fractured his shin bone last spring, returned to his job the other day and the Brooklyn fans cheered. Benny Leonard has bought a race horse, but whether it was to afford the lightweight champion some real competition or merely to supply an outlet lor his surplus cash, the dis patch did not say. Babe Ruth's home-run to the cen ter field bleachers of the Polo Grounds at one time considered an impossible feat with a baseball, al though one or two had hit golf balls from home plate into the stands has been superseded. The person to do it of courc has been Babe himself. HJs thirty-sixth homer, made in De troit, traveled 560 feet and was still going strong when it crashed into the 'stands. Equality has come at last into the Gibbons family, now that Tommy is assured a bout with Carpcntier for the light heavyweight championship of the world. Mike, when he .was looked upon as the best middle weight in the country a few years ago, used to say that Tom was the better fighter, but Tom to the fight fans was just Mike's brother. Now Tom is on top and Mike fights the second-raters, shining in the reflect ed glory of his big brother. Tom really, is the more fortunate for purses arc treble what they we're a few years ago and ice cream sodas have only doubled what they were in those days. Proof that Dempsey and his man ager, Jack Kearns, do most of their thinking in the ring is clogging the wires every day. Their latest trick was to get seven friends to swear that the champion is a resident of New York in order to save an auto mobile which has been attached. The state income tax collector wants to know why Dempsey didn't file a re turn last year if he was a resident of the empire state. As a result he has a bill of $24,000 staring him in the face with extra fines for failing to file returns. Kearns revived the champion with smelling salts. Charley Comiskv, owner of the White Sox, had cause to be indig nant when asked by a lawyer if he hadn't jumped a contract when with the Cincinnati club. ' Back m the early nineties he disregarded the re serve rule, but not till the courts had ruled it illegal. It was in fact an option on a player's services for the next year after his contract had ex pired. More than 100 players did the same, but they were not regarded as contract breakers. Practically the same rule, which is designed to pre- ent bidding for holdouts, is in force today, though it hasn't a legal leg to stand on, unless the player takes a sum of advance money for the op tion on his services. It may not seem funny to you, but c census bureau has discovered that th more suicides take place between 9 and 12 Monday morning than at any other time, and Dr. W. E. Arm strong, who attained prominence as the author of "Why Worry" recent- tried to upset the statistics by drinking poison on a Wednesday. To the victor belongs the spoils, yet Carpcntier got $200,000 for his end of the fight and all the applause of the multitude who, a stranger might ask, won the fight anyway? NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PATENT Serial No. 051346. United States Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona. July 20, 1921. T.:,. l.nt-f.K.r crivrn tlint in our- suance of Chapter Six, Title XXXI 1 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, Thos. J. Laird, whose post office address is Groom Creek, Yavapai County, Arizona, has this day filed his application for a patent, claiming liuu.u linear icei, ui " Oriole vein lode or mining deposit I.o-i;,irr rannpr irnld and ! silver With surface ground 600-' feet 'in' width,'' ly ing- and being situated wiliun me District. County of Yavapai, State of Arizona, and designated by tlie iieiu noies ami ui ficial plat on file in this dfficc as 3736. in Section 26, Township 13 North, Range 2 West of Gila and bait Kiver ease anu Meridian, within the Prescott Na tional Forest, bounded as follows: Beginning at Corner No. 1, whence the South quarter corner of Section 26, Township 13 North, Range 2 West bears South 30 dcg. U4 nun West 1800.0 feet; thence North 54 deg. 36 min. 30 sec. West 1500.0 feet to Corner No. 2; thence North 42 dcg 05 min. East 604.0 feet to corner No. 3; thence South 54 dcg. 36 min. 30 sec. East 1129.70 feet to corner No. 4; thence South 32 deg. 03 min. East 383.10 feet to corner No. 5; thence South 42 dcg. 05 min. West 458.1 feet to corner No. 1 the place of beginning, containing 20.573 acr.es excluding therefrom all' area ih conflict with Arizona lode, Sur vey No. 1846 containing 0.025 acres, total area claimed 20.548 acres. Adjoining claims: On the South west U. b. .Lands; Northwest, Oliver Kins Lode. Survey No. 2309, J. J. Hawkins, claimant: Northeast, U. S. Rancer Station, withdrawal and uaic- dalc Lode. Survey Wo. 151, Chicago Gold Mining Company, claimant; Southeast. Arizona Lode, Survey jno. 1846, Chicago Gold Alining com pany, claimant. The Inrntion notice ot tne saiu Oriole lode is of record in Book 88, page 650, Records of Yavapai County, Arizona. ChAb. L. MAIWUAll, Register. First pub. July 27, 1921. Last pub. Sept. 21, 1921. No. 8231. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ON EXECUTION In the Superior Court of Yavapai County. State of Arizona. MARY J. COLEMAN, Plaintiff, vs. C. P. HICKS, Administrator of the estate of PATRICK J. FAR LEY. Dec'd. and MOLLY B. FAR LEY, widow of said PATRICK J. FARLEY, Defendants. Under and by virtue of an alias writ of special execution issued out of the Superior Court of Yavapai County. State of Arizona, on the 26th day of July, 1921, in the above en titled action wherein MARY. J. COLEMAN, the above named plain tiff, obtained a judgment against C. P. HICKS, administrator of the es tate of PATRICK J. FARLEY, de ceased, and MOLLY B. FARLEY, widow of said PATRICK J. FAR LEY, the defendants above named, on the 26th day of July, 1921, for the sum of $1,967.62 together with costs incurred, and hereby taxed at the sum of $17.40 and accruing costs. I have this day duly, and accord ing to law, levied upon all the right, title and interest of the said defend ants, C. P. HICKS, administrator of the estate of PATRICK J. FAR LEY, deceased, and MOLLY B. FARLEY, widow of said PATRICK J. FARLEY, in and to the following described real estate, situate m Yava pai County, State of Arizona, to-wit: Lot number Two (2) m block number Two (2) Bashford Tract, an addition to the City of Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona,, and Lots umbered Twenty-two (22) and Twenty-four (24) in Block eight (8) East Prescott, an addition to the Citv of Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona, as ppr the official plats of the said additions on file in the of fice of the County Recorder of Yavapai County, Arizona. : Notice is hereby given that on Fri day, the 19th day of August A. D. 1921, at the hour of eleven o clock in the forenoon of said day, at the orth door of the court house of the Countv of Yavapai, State of Arizona, in the City of Prescott, I will in obedience to said special execution, sell the above described real proper ty or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said plaintiff's judgment, costs and accruing costs, to the highest bidder for cash. Dated at Prescott, Arizona, tins 26th day of July, A. D. 1921. WARREN G. DA via, . Sheriff. By Geo. M. Payne, Deputy Sheriff. (4tW 1st pub.-July 27, VHl.) SUMMONS NO. 8284 In the Superior Court of Yavapai County, State of Arizona. E. MAY ROBERTSON, Plaintiff, versus P. L. KUBfiKiaui -L,c" fendant. Action broucht in the Superior Court of Yavapai County, State of Arizona. The State of Arizona sends greet ings to P. E. ROBERTSON. You are hereby summoned and re quired to appear in an action brought against you by the above named nlaintiff in the Superior Court ot Yavapai County, State of Arizona, and answer the complaint tiled witti the Clerk of this Court at Prescott, in said County (a copy of which rnmnlaint accompanies this Sum mons), within twenty days (exclu de of the day of service), after tlie service upon you of this Summons, if served in this County; in all other thirtv days, after the service of this Summons upon you (exclu sive -of the day of service). hereby -notified - that if 'you , fail to iappear,,'and;ansverthe - i-f..i..;,,l nlnS'nfJff complaint as , auuvc . r will take judgment by default against you and judgment for costs and dis bursements in this behalf expended. Given under my hand and seal of said Court, at Prescott, this 26th day of July. A. D. 1921. (Seal) J. Cl WOOD. Clerk. (5tW 1st pub. July 27, 1921.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION 027146. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, July 14, 1921. Notice is hereby given that John Ernst, of Simmons, Arizona, who on April 6, 1915, made Homestead En try No. 027146, for H. E. S. 364 (H. E. 027146), a tract of land described by metes and bounds as follows: Be ginning at Corner No. 1 from whence the J4 section corner on the south boundary of Section 36, T. 17-N., R. 5-W., G. & S. R. B. and M., bears S. 89 dcg. 49 min. E., 9.14 chains; thence S. 89 deg. 49 min. E., 9.14 chains to Corner No. 2; thence S. 89 deg. 49 min., 9.87 chains to Corner No. 3; thence S. 57 deg. 32 min. E., 46.23 chains to Corner No. 4; thence S. 29 dcg. 23 min. E., 32.67 chains to Corner No. 5; thence West 3.10 chains to Corner No. 7; thence N. 36 deg. 55 min. W., 26.05 chains to Corner No. 8; thence N. 48 deg. 36 min. W., 80.58 chains to Corner No. 1, the place of beginning, containing 139.34 acres in Section 1 surveyed T. 16-N., R. 5-W., G. & S. R. B. and M., Arizona, Prescott National For est has filed notice of intention to make three-year proof to establish claim to the land above described be fore Alex L. Jones, U. S. Commis sioner at Prescott, Ariz., on the 23rd day. of August, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: Amos Matlcy, Harry P. Irving, Angelo Matley, Clarence E. Stewart, all of Simmons, Arizona. CHAS. E. MARSHALL, Register. (5tW 1st. pub. July 20, 1921.) NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ON SPECIAL EXECUTION, REAL PROPERTY In the Superior Court of Yavapai County, State of Arizona. EARLE W. PHILIPS, Plaintiff, vs. DREDNAUT MINING COM PANY, a corporation, Defendant. Under and by virtue of a special execution issued out of the Superior Court of Yavapai County, Arizona, on the 8th day of July, 1921, in the above entitled action wherein Earlc W. Philips, the above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure against Drcdnaut Mining Company, a Corporation, the above named defendant, and to me as sher iff directed and delivered whereby I was commanded to make the sum of two thousand ($2,000.00) dollars, and interest thereon at the rate of eight per cent per annum from the 27th. day of September, 1920, until paid and in addition thereto the sum of two hundred one dollars and twenty- four cents, being the sum of ten per cent as attorney's" fees, on the amount of the judgment rendered in this case, with interest to date, as provided for in said promissory note, and for costs of suit,, taxed at twenty one dollars and fifty-five cents ($21.55) and accruing- costs, out of property therein and hereafter dc scribed. WHEREAS, under and by virtue of an attachment issued out of the above entitled court, I did on the 31st day of May, 1921, attach all the right, title and interest of the de fendant Drcdnaut Mining Company, a corporation in and to the follow ing described real estate, situate in Hassayampa Mining District, Yavapai County, Arizona, to-witr An undivided one-half interest in the Monte Cristo patented mining claim, patent for which is of record in the office of the County Recorder of Yavapai County, Arizona, in Book 81 of deeds, page 510. Also an option given by Mrs.Kath- crine Nolan for purchase by the said defendant of an undivided one-half interest in the said ' Monte Cristo patented claim. Edith, notice of location whereof is of record in Book 112 of Mines, page 240. Happy Jack mining claim, notice of location recorded in Book 113 of Mines, page 57. Extension mining claim, notice of location recorded in Book 113 of Mines, page 97. Lenora Ellen mining claim, notice of location recorded in Book 34 of Mines, page 115. One gas air compressor, 1 small gas engine, 6 H. P.; 1 small cahin block; 1 small belt-driven air com-, pressor, and air receiver; 3 air-driven drilling machines; 2 air hose, 50 ft. each; 1 large air receiving pipe and. connections complete; 1 small drill press; 1 small rock crusher; 1 small ball mill complete; 1 classifier com plete; 1 Butress & McClcllan gas en gine. Notice is hereby given that on the 6th day of August, 1921, at the hour of eleven in the forenoon of that day at the north door of the Court House of Yavapai County,. Arizona, I will in obedience to said special exe cution, sell the above described prop erty to the highest bidder for cash; lawful money of the United States of America. Dated this 11th day of July, ,1921. 4 --.WARRENrG. DAVIS, Sheriff. By Geo. Mk Payne, Deputy. (4tw 1st pub. July 13, 1921.) SUMMONS NO. 8275 In the Superior Court of Yavapai County, State of Arizona. T. R. JORDAN and LOVE JOR DAN, his wife, Plaintiff, versus T. J. DUNKLE and MRS. T. J. DUJv.- KLE, if the said T. J. DUNKLE and MRS. T. J. DUNKLE be living, and the unknown heirs of the said T. J. DUNKLE and MRS. T. J. DUN KLE, if they or either of them be not alive, and G. H. HAYWOOD and his unknown heirs, if any there are, Defendant. Action brought in the Superior Court of Yavapai Gounty, State of Arizona. The State of Arizona sends greet ings to T. J. Dunkle and Mrs. T. J, Dunklc, if the said T. J. Dunkle and Mrs. T. J. Dunklc be, living, and the unknown heirs of the said T. J. Dun kle and Mrs. T. J. Dunkle if they or either of them be not alive, and G. H. Haywood and his unknown heirs, if any there are. You arc hereby summoned and re quired to appear in an action brought against you by the above-named plaintiff in the Superior Court o Yavapai County, State of Arizona, and answer the complaint filed with the Clerk of this Court at Prescott in said County (a copy of which complaint accompanies this Sum mons), within twenty days (exclusive of1 the day of service), after the serv ice upon you of this Summons, if served in this County; in all other cases thirty days,, after the service of this Summons upon you (exclusive of the day of service). And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the complaint as above required, plaintiff will take judgment by default against you and judgment for costs and dis bursements in this behalf expended. Given under my hand and seal of said Court, at Prescott, this 18thvday of July, A. D. 1921. (Seal) J. C. WOODS, Clerk. By Emma Shull, Deputy. (5tW 1st pub. July 20, 1921.) APPLICATION FOR PATENT Serial No. 051354. Survey No. 3742. ' U. S. Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona, June 30, A. D. 1921. .Notice is hereby mven that H. R. Wood and M. L. Lynch, Executors of the Estate of John Lawler, de ceased, whose postoffice address is Prescott, Yavapai County, State of Arizona, in behalf of said Estate claim, has filed an application for patent for the lode mining claim call ed tne "KJibUKC-AM ' quartz mine. situated in the Eureka Mining Dis trict, Yavapai County, State of Ari zona, being mineral survey No.- 3742, and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office as "RESURGAM" quartz mine. Sec. 21, T. 15, N. R. 9 W. of the Gila and bait River Base and Meridian, Eu reka Mining District, Yavapai Coun ty, State of Arizona. Magnetic dec lination 15 deg. 00 min.: Mineral Survey No. 3742 "RESUR GAM" lode, beginning at Cor. No, 1, located on line 5-6 Hillside lode Sur. No. 915 S. 6 deg. 15 min. 30 sec W. 346.4 ft. from Cor. No. 6, and on line b- Camp Lode Sur. No, 919, N. 80 dcg. 12 min. W. 176.5 feet from Cor. No. 6, a shist stone in place 2x1.5x0.2 feet exposed with a substantial mound of stone along side; chiseled K. 1 3742 with cross on top for exact corner point, whence. U. S. M. M. No. 2 Eureka Mining District, brs. N. 49 deg. 03 min. E. 2033.5 feet. A granite rock in place dxx exposed and chiseled BxR Rl 3742, brs. S. 51 deg. 23 min. E. 10.S feet. Thence S. 6 deg. 15 min. 30 sec. W. 85 cross gulch flows wester ly. 1UJU Cross gulch flows north westerly. 1155.4 to Cor. No. 2. iden tical with Cor. No. 5 Hillside lode Sur. No. 915, and Cor. No. 4, 1 St bo. iixt. Hillside lode Sur. No. 3741 a shist stone 4x20x12 inches exposed with a substantial mound of stone alongside; chiseled R 2 3742, H No. 3, 4 1 b L H. 341 with cross on top for exact corner point, whence, a granite boulder 2x1x0.5 feet exposed and chiseled BxR 4 1 S E H 3741, brs. b. 49 deg. 59 min. L. 12.3 ft Thence S. 5 dcg. 30 min. E. 345.0 to Cor. No. 3 on line. 3-4, 1st S. Ext Hillside lode Sur. No. 3741. a crranite stone 6x8x24 inches' long set twelve inches in the ground with a substan tial mound of stone alongside; chis eled R 3 3742 with cross on top for exact corner point, whence. A gran ite rock in place 1x1x0.2 feet exposed and chiseled BxR R 3 3742 brs. N. 52 deg. 39 min. E. 9.2 feet Thence N. 80 deg. 12 min. W. 300.0 SOUTH CENTER END, a mound of stone. 600.0 to Cor. No. 4, a shist rock in place 6x12x24 inches cxnoserl with a substantial mound of stone along side; chiseled R 4 3742 with cross on top for exact comer point, vhencc the west V, corner Sec 2L T. 15 N., R. 9 W. (Survey unapproved) brs. S.42 deg. 43 min. W. 608.1 ft A shist reef five feet exposed and chis eled BxR R '4 3742 brs. N. 80 deg. 12 mm. W. 49.0 feet. Thence N. 3 deg. 34 min. E. 200 ft Enter Boulder creek flows southwesterly. 1430 ft. leave Boulder Creek flows southerly. 1494.7 to Cor. No. 5, a malpais stone 10xlax24 inches long set twelve in ches in the ground' with a substantial mound of stone alongside; chiseled R 5 3742 with cross on top for ex act corner point, whence a malpais reef six feet exposed and chiseled BxR R 5 3742, brs. N. 69 deg. 02 min. E. 12:6 feet. Thence S. 80 deg. 12 mm. E. 110.0 center ot Boulder Creek, flows southerly. 176.5 Cor No. 8 Camp Lode Sur. No. 919, hereinafter described. 240.0- Cross trail, brs. North to South. 300.0 NORTH CENTER END, a mound, of stone. 476.5 Cor. No. 7 Camp lode Sur. No. 919,; hereinafter de scribed." 600.0 TO 'THE' PEACE OF' BEGINNING. All corners are iden tical with their respective locations. Magnetic declination 15. dcg. 00 min. This Survey is located fn Sec 21, T. 15 N., R. 9 V. (burvey Unapproved) of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, Eureka Mining District; Yavapai .County, Statei of Arizona.' The presumed course of --the lode is northerly and southerly. The num ber of feet claimed on the lode is approximately fifteen hundred feet, extending from the northerly lode post to the southerly lode post of said claim more fully described above, and as described in the foregoing filed notes. The surface ground claimed is approximately three hun dred feet in width on the northerly end of the center lode, and on the southerly approximately three hun dred feet, to conform to the lines of adjoining claims. The said "RESURGAM" quartz mine is of record in the office of the County Recorder of Yavapai County, Arizona, in book 88 of Mines, page 90. The claims adjoining said "RE SURGAM" quartz mine are as fol lows: On the North Camp Lode, Sur. No. 919, and by Government Land, on the East by Hillside Lode Sur. No. 915, and 1st So. Ext. Hill side Lode, Sur. No. 3741, on the South by Government Land and on the West by Government Land. On all other sides the claim is sur rounded by unoccupied public land. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the mining- ground, vein, lode premises, or any portion thereof so described, surveyed, platted, and ap plied for, are hereby notified that un less their adverse claims are duly filed according to law, and the regu lations thereunder, within the time prescribed by law, with the register of the United States land office at Phoenix, in the State of Arizona, they will be barred by the provisions of the law in such cases made and provided. .. CHAS. E. MARSHALL, Register. First pub. July 6. Last pub. Aug. 31. 1921. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of Yavapai County, State of Arizona. In the Matter of the Estate of LILA H. HUTCHINS, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned, executor of the estate of Lila H. Hutchms, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons havinjr claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said executor at the office of Lamson & Jones, Pythian building, Prescott, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said Coun ty of Yavapai. JOHN J. HAWKINS. Executor of the Estate of Lila H. Hutchms. Lrmson & Jones, Attorneys for Lxecutor. (5tW 1st pub. June 29. 1921.) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR UNITED STATES PATENT Mineral Surveys 3686 & 3733. Serial Number 051531. In the United States Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona. June 25, 1921. Notice is hereby given that Mrs. Margaret S. Deam Roitsch, whose postoffice address is Mayer, Arizona, has.' made application for patent to the Rail Road and Gold Standard lode, and the Overlooked placer min ing claims situate in the Big Bug Mining District, Yavapai County, Arizona, in Sec 15, unsurveyed, and bees. 16, 21 and 22, T. 12 N., R. 1 h, G. & S. R. B. & M., described as follows: RAIL ROAD lode: Beginning at the true point for Cor. I, which point falls in the bed of Big Bug Creek, whence the Cor. common to Sees. 15, 16, 21 and 22, T. 12 N., R. 1 E.. bears N. 9 dctr. 33 min. E. 360.38 feet; thence N. 0 de. 02 min. W. 1500 feet, to Cor. 2: thence N. 63 deg. 56 min. E. 667.60 feet, to Cor. 3; thence S. 1 deg. 25 min. W. 1519.13 feet, to Cor. 4; thence S. 63 deg. 56 min. W. 624.83 feet, to the true point for Cor. 1, the place of beginning; containing 19.994 acres. GOLD STANDARD lode: Begin ning at the true point for Cor. 1, which point falls in the bed of Big Bug Creek, whence the Cor. com mon to Sees. 15, 16, 21 and 22, T. 12 N.. R. 1 E., bears N. 9 deg 33 min. E. 360.38 feet; thence S. 63 deg. 56 min. W., 667.60 feet, to- Cor. 2; thence N. 0 deg. 02 min. W. 1500 feet to Cor. 3; thence N. 63 deg. 56 min. E. 667.60 feet to Cor. 4; thence S. 0 deg. 02 min. E. 1500 feet to the true point for Cor. 1, the place of beginning; expressly herefrom the- area in conflict with the Overlooked placer, M. S. 3733, the gross area of which conflict is 9.430 acres, saving and excepting from such exclusion that area, designated as Tract B on the official plat of survey of the said Overlooked placer, the same being a 50 foot strip along the vein of the Gold Standard lode within the Over looked placer, containing 0.921 acres, or a total net area excluded from the Gold Standard of 8.509 acres, leaving a net area of 12.167 acres applied for under the Gold Standard. OVERLOOKED placer: Begin ning at Cor. 1, whence the Cor. common to Sees. 15, 16, 21 and 22, T. 12 N., R. 1 E., G. & S. R. B. & M. bears S. 21 deg. 19 min. E.. 222.71 feet; thence S. 53 deg. 53 min. W. 650.70 feet, to Cor. 2; thence N. 28 deg. 01 min. W. 1357.62 feet to Cor. 3; thence N. 53 deg. 53 min. E. 650.70 feet to Cor. 4; thence S. 25 dcg. 01 min. E. 1357.62 feet, to Cor. 1, the place of beginning: expressly excluding herefrom that area desig nated as Tract B, containing 0.921 acres, shown on the official plat of survey, the same being the 50 foot strip along the vein of the Gold Standard lode, M. S. 3686, in con flict herewith; leaving a net area of 18.960 herein applied for. JLhe location notices of these laims are recorded in the office of the County Recorder of Yavapai County,. Arizona'j as fqjlows: Claim Book'of Mines Page Rail Road 100 92 Gold Standard 100 93 Overlooked 94 551 There arc no conflicts between these surveys and other adjoining surveys. CHAS. E. MARSHALL, Register. First pub. June 29. Last pub. Aug. 24, 1921.