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.WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2S, 1917. c-s.:::.s:w.&sj-:-:-sImk-3 i Uty JMews In Brief (From Thursday's Daily.) Business Trip. Harry Henderson, a livestock grower and business man of Congress Junction, is in the city. Jerome Visitor. Judge S. F. Denison -was an arrival yesterday from Jerome, on business and to visit with friends. On Legal Business. Former Governor Richard E. Sloan, of Phoenix, is in this city for a few days attending to some legal business. Comes to Visit. Mrs. Robert Finnic, wife of the owner of the famed Finnic Soda Springs, of Reaver creek, is in the city for a brief visit with friends, this being her first trip here in many years. From the Mines.- M. H. Ryan, one of the best known ninneer mininc men of the county, is in the city from his holdings on Tur-! key creek, and, it is reported, is clos-j ing a second deal, which brings him' here for the final action. Starts Camp. Frank Thornton, who has copper in terests in the Binghamton field, re turned to his holdings yesterday, after a business trip to the city, where he concluded arrangements to establish a camp and begin operating. Called Home. II. V. Gamel, who enlisted in the army from this city and is now with the 158th infantry, arrived yesterday from Camp Kearney, Cal., on a brief furlough, his mother, Mrs. George Gamcl. of this city, being twite, seri ously ill. Dr. Young Here. Dr. Xcstor A. Young, of Los An geles, well known locally as one of the principals in the organization of the Big Ledge Copper Company, was a Prcscott visitor yesterday, being here to look after some mining mat ters and to consult with his attorney. Finish Road Work. J. A. Trcnbcrth has returned from Pima county, where his firm, the Aubrey Investment Company has fin ished building over 30 miles of high way out of Tucson to Xogalcs. He is to remain in this county to look after interests in land and livestock in the Kelson country. Returns Home. Mrs. A. E Mclquist. of Idaho Falls. Idaho, who was called to Prcscott three weeks ago by the serious ill ness of her sister-in-law, Mrs. E. A. Johnson, wife of an office engineer of the S. F. P. & P., returned home yester day, Mrs. Johnson again being re stored to normal health, which her many friends will be pleased to know. Mining Business. L. B. Mulharcn, prominently known for his association with several min ing companies in Arizona, was an ar rival yesterday from Xcw York City to attend the annual meetings of the Lookout Copper Co., The Poland Mining Co., and the Gila Sulphide Copper Co., with all of which he is identified. He is receiving a welcome from many acquaintances, being a frequent visitor. (From Friday's Daily.) Leaves For Phoenix. Mrs. Arthur Hcndey left yesterday for Phoenix for a week's visit with friends. In Humboldt. Attorney Richard Lamson was in Humboldt yesterday looking after some business matters. Visiting Friends. Mrs. C Speed, of the Wildflower mining camp near Crown King, is in the city for a few days visiting with friends. Russell In Phoenix. Attorney J. E. Russell left yester day for Phoenix, where he expected to remain for a day or so looking after some legal matters. Improving. V. L. Dustin, who was taki sud denly and seriously ill late last week, and placed in a sanitarium, was re ported yesterday to be improving. Back From the East. Attorney LeRoy Anderson, who has for the past two weeks been making a tour of a number of the Eastern cities, returned to Prcscott yesterday afternoon. Mining Business. Fritz Vicrthaler, foreman of the Tillie Starbuck on Slate creek, was a visitor yesterday, reporting develop ment as continuing under conditions which arc satisfactory. Returns From Coast. Mrs. A. L. Tilton, mother of Chief Tilton of the fire department, returned yesterday from Los Angeles where she had been visiting during the Sum mer. She will remain here for the Winter. A Bad Boy. A youth whose name was not learn ed was taken to the reform school at Fort Grant yesterday, being in the custody of William Ebel, who was ap pointed a special officer for this occa sion. Leave For South. Mrs. Sarah Meyer and son, visitors since September for the health of the latter, left yesterday for Casa Grande, on the Southern Pacific, to remain for the Winter with a cousin of the first named. They arc from Las Vegas, X. M. Returning Home. Mr. and Mrs. C T. Pennington and guests, Mrs. Relic Win ton and daugh ter, F.lla, were arrivals during the week from Phoenix, after attending the fair, and have been motoring to points adjacent for the past two days, arriving yesterday from Verde valley. They leave today for Xeedles. Here From Blythe. "Wild Horse" Hill, one of the well known cowmen and horse admirers of this section, who has been hanging out in the vicinity of IUythe, Cal., for some time, is visiting in Prescott. Mr. Hill has charge of the horses which arc used in the annual Frontier Days festivities, the animals being Wintered on a ranch near Blythe. Back From Coast. Stephen Waters, a cattleman of Tonto Basin, returned yesterday from Whitticr, Cal., where he and his wife are spending the Winter, business matters calling him back for a few days. He is considering the sale of his range interests, Texas buyers be ing here. Oil Operator Here. Morgan Morgan, interested in tht Arizona Oil Refining Co., which is to begin drilling near Valley, on the S. F. P. & P., arrived from Phoenix early in the week, and today will visit the holdings on a trip of inspection. The rig has arrived at Phoenix and is to be shipped at once to the site se lected for exploration. "Passed Through. Charles Austin, a resident of this city many years ago, when his uncle, Edwin Austin, now deceased, was en gaged in the livery business, spent yescrday afternoon in renewing old acquaintances, leaving last night for Helen, X. M., to accept a situation on a cattle ranch to take charge of the i breeding department. He held a sim-' ilar position in Imperial valley, Cal., until recently. Caught a Bootlegger. Officer J. W. Everett, of Ash Fork, was in the city last night, bringing with him a Mexican by the name of C. Garcia. The prisoner is charged with importing a suit case full of in toxicants from New Mexico. Garcia is a resident of Clarkdale. Good Outlook. Morse Darnall was a visitor yester day from Hillside, and reported the outlying mining country to the north as awakening since construction ot the new wagon road into the Copper Creek countiy had started. He states traffic is assured to be heavy, and many new properties will become ac tive after communication is given. Re ports from the Hillside Development Company camp indicate a bonanza rating of that zinc holding. From the Coast. Mrs. B. L. Banncrman, accompani ed by her son, Ellsworth Banncrman, is a recent arrival from Chico, Cal., coming for the health of the latter who is suffering from asthmatic troubles. They were here last Win ter, and the young man was greatly benefitted. They were advised by a San Francisco specialist to come to a snow line elevation, and where the absence of humidity would be con ducive toward effecting relief, if not a cure. (From Saturday's Daily) Visiting Friends. Mrs. J. S. Thompson, of Crown King, is a visitor with friends in the city for a few days. Mining Business. Frank lino, interested in mines of the McCabc field, is visiting the city on business pertaining to his interests. Holiday Trip. R. S. Masson, of the Arizona Powct Co., left yesterday for Los Angeles to spend Thanksgiving with his wife and family. Country Visitors. Mrs. S. B. Pcmberton and Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Slringfield, of Mint val ley, were visitors yesterday with Prcscott friends. From the Mines. W. B. Shanks, mining in the Walker field, was a visitor yesterday on bus iness, reporting favorably on develop ment at several properties. Mayer Visitor. W. A. Frazicr ,thc Mayer business man, was a visitor yesterday, giving the usual report of a healthy country, in which mining activity predomin ated. Mining Business. E. L. Bartholomew, superintendent of the Verde Apex and Venture Hill coppers, near Jerome, is in the city on business pertaining to those prop erties. To the Coast. Mr. and Mrs. C T. Joslin left yes terday for a few weeks visit to Los Angeles, accompanied by Mrs. Chas. C Miller, daughtcr-in-law of the lat ter, who had been here visiting. Prescott Visitor. "Chick" Morrison, manager of the Wood Spur and the Belmont wood camps, was in this city yesterday call ing on some of his friends. Mr. Mor rison is a nephew of J. H. Morrison, of this .city. Visiting Back East. Mrs. Dr. Elizabeth L. Roberts left yesterday for Gardner, Mass., where she expects to remain for the next three or four months taking care of her sister, who is ill, and visiting rela tives and friends. Range Business. Dr. E 15. Pcrrin, head of the big range and land firm of the Perrin Company, was a visitor yesterday from Williams on business, leaving for the Baca Grant country later in the day. " Visitors From Mine. Mr. and Mrs. X. H. Gctchcll motor ed to the city yesterday to visit with friends, coming from the Storm Cloud mine, where the former is in charge of the reviving of that gold property. He reports work as progressing and unwatering of old levels continuing. Winter Quarters. Mr. and Mrs. Henry See, of the Mogollon mountains, are in the city visiting with friends. They are now domiciled in their Winter home in Verde -allcy. Mr. See is heavily in terested in cattle and states the con dition of stock is excellent, a fine Summer prevailing in the high eleva tion. (From Sunday's Daily.) Business Trip. T. H. Bate, the photographer, has gone to Los Angeles for a short bus iness trip. Hot Springs Visitor. Jack Mardcn is in the Hot Springs district looking over some manganese property in which he is interested. Comes to Visit. Mrs. M. Corner, wife of a well known mining man of the McCabe field, is in the city for a few days' visit with friends. Back From Flagstaff. Attorneys E. S- Clark and J. E. Rus sell, who had been in Flagstaff on a short business visit, returned to Pres cott yesterday afternoon. Brief Visitor. J. B. Trcbilcock, manager of the Big Ledge Co., was an arrival yester day from the Henrietta camp on s brief business trip, returning in auto later in the day. After the Birds. Attorney 1 P. Spalding of the Xorris law offices, has gone to Lake Mary, near Flagstaff, ami will indulge for a few days in hunting ducks, as well as enjoy outdoor recreation. Returns to City. Ben Rybon, who is recovering from serious illness, overtaking him at Mc Cabe a few weeks ago, arrived from Humboldt on Friday, accompa'nied by his daughter, Mrs. P. H. Osborn. Hitting High Spots. "Two Pair" Johnson, one of the prominent cow chapcroncs of the confines of the Big Sandy, south of Kingman, is in Prcscott for a few days, taking in the sights and enjoy ing life for a brief period. From Big Bug. D. W. Thomas, who has established a fruit ranch on an old placer mine I on Big Bug creek, is visiting the city on business, reporting a successful season in production, and with a mar ket at home. Leave the City. K. P. Bromc, until recently with the Arizona Mine Supply Co., and Matt Mcdill, of the Arizona Power Co., left Prcscott a few days ago for Globe, where both have accepted positions with the Standard Oil Co. Going East. Senator Henry F. Ashurst passed through Ash Fork, Friday night, for Flagstaff, to join his wife, cn route to Washington. He had been with a congressional committee on an in spection of Pacific Coast fortifications which extended to the Hawaiian isl ands. Lively Country. M. J. M'ahoncy, developing mines near Walker, was a visitor yesterday reporting that field in a healthy con dition, more properties being active and on a better operating basis than in many years. There will be no sus pension of work owing to bad weath er this Winter, he states. Mining Men Arrive. Coloney J. B. Dudley, of the board of directors of the Silver Belt Con solidated, arrived from San Francisco on Friday, on a trip of inspection of the property near Humboldt. He was accompanied by A. G. Harbough, of Belleville, Xev., formerly with the Goldfield Consolidated Co., as con sulting engineer. Mr. Harbough is to remain in this field indefinitely, to make a thorough investigation of mines. Both left yesterday for the Silver Belt camp. (From Tuesday's Daily.) Hotel Man Here. E. A. Campbell, of Wenden, the hotel man and mine operator of that section, is in Prcscott for a short stay. Mining Business. O. E. Wakelin, of the Arizona Mine Supply Co., of this city, left yesterday for Searchlight, Xev., where he is called on mining business. From Mohave. J. E Rudy is in the city iroin Mo have county where he had been on cattle business and is returning to Skull valley. Visited the Verde. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Jones spent Sunday in the Verde section, visiting some of their friends and looking over the country. Back From Phoenix. J. H. Graham, who has been at Phoenix for the past ten days looking after some business matters, returned to this city yesterday afternoon. After Supplies. J. W. McBroom, who is doing some work on his properties in the Groom Creek country, was in the city yes terday for a load of supplies for his camp. Chloride Man 111. 'E J. Morgan, of Chloride, who came here last week to examine a nearby mining property, is laid up in his room at his hotel by an attack ol grip. Here From Nogales. F. X. Rabanson, of Xogalcs, was in Prcscott yesterday looking after some business matters and purchasing some supplies which he will have shipped to his home town. Went to Tucson. ! Jack Mardcn, who went to Castle Hot Springs the first of last week, c.-, tended his trip so as to include Tut-1 son, where he spent several days onj mining business Back From New York.' Xeill E. Bailey, who has been in I the Fast for the past few weeks on a! business trip, returned to Prcscott! yesterday. Mr. Bailey's travels took' him as far East as Xcw York City. I Jerome Visitor. i Lou Cartright, mining contractor, has gone to Jerome, where he is look ing over a property with a view of bidding on some tunnel work which the company is to have started shortly. From the Camp. W. H. Skinner, president of the Pocahontas Mining Co., is in the city from the camp near Mayer. He is patiently awaiting the arrival of ma chinery to begin large operations de cided upon. New Vocation. Since leaving the office of Chief of Police of this city, Robert Robbins is now in charge of the auto truck scr- vice oi me iiiiureiii rancn in iiiiiu-j son valley, Jieing a visitor on Sunday, with his wife and family. j Farm Business. A. W. Clcvengcr, who has farming, interests near Jerome Junction, is in: the city from Clarkdale on an inspec tion of his lands. He also has under j lease a tract that is now occupied by, the Arizona & Oklahoma Oil & Gasj Company. Visiting Son. j Mrs. J. X. Piper left yesterday forj Kirkland valley to spend Thanksgiv-j ing with her son. Bruce Piper. An-i other son, Marvin, is drafted into the; army and is at Camp Funston.-Brucc.l also is on the list of the next contin gent to leave, and when -he goes, Mr. Piper is to take charge of the ranch, getting a leave of absence as a postal official in this city. Fulfills Sad Mission. Corporal Thomas E. Pate, who was! called from Camp Kearney to Hum boldt to attend the funeral of his sis ter, Mrs. Jessie Hovelman, returned tp duty yesterday. lie is with Co. B, 158th infantry, formerly known as the Arizona Xational Guard. Get the Money. Dr. C. W. Pardee announced yester day an opportunity for sonic expert broncho busier to pick up $25. The inducement was a mule outlaw, in his stables, to be placed in the arena onj Thanksgiving day to be ridden. Therej is no entrance fee and no limit to the! number who aspire for this honor. Profitable Farming. II. J. Crane brought to the city in auto yesterday from his farm on Wal nut creek, 740 pounds of potatoes, for which he received in this market $74.10. He has closed other sales for which the same price per pound is to be paid for the balance of the crop, estimated at five tons. ABANDONED MINE WILL BE REVIVED (From Thursday's Daily.) The Woolscy .mine, located in the '60s by George Munroc and Jack Swilling, and operated only to a lim ited extent owing to Indian troubles, is to be placed in action in a short time, was the statement made yester day by Alex Lukin, who is in the city from the Turret Peak section of Black Canyon district. The owners are Miguel Vasqucz and V. T. Hanlon, both of Tucson, the first named returning to that region after an absence of 'many years. He claims to have been on the ground when the mine was active, and it is due to his knowledge of what occur red in the long ago that Mr. Hanlon concluded to investigate. He was pleased with "the showing made after the old workings were cleaned out. The origin of the name was due to the locators being close friends- of King S. Woolscy, and memories of the past in personal reminiscences arc recalled by Mr. Vasqucz, who worked for Mr. Woolsey in various capacities. The values are principally silver. COAST INVESTOR CLOSES MINE DEAL (From Saturday's Daily) Dr. W. A. Crawford, prominently known in coast medical circles, and who in recent years has made mining investment a business with success, left yesterday for Pasadena, Cal., and announced he had taken over a gold group .in this field, the locality to be make known later, and after all de tails were closed. Dr. Crawford returns early in De cember, and will begin active opera tions at once, having ample capital for the development outlined. He be lieves the future of this county in min ing is excellent and is willing to back his judgment by outlaying capital. HEAVY PRODUCTION (From Friday's Daily i W. M. Hislc, who during the past three months has been hauling in his auto truck ore from the Davis mine on Slate creek, is closing up the con tract for the Winter, loading to date for shipment to El Paso over five full carloads. He has made two round trips a day of five tons to a load, and speaks highly of the snowing made by Joe Caspar!, who is leasing. Be ginning next Spring this mine will be a steady shipper, judging from the big tonnage exposed, and the grade of the product insures success from the high values carried, in silver; mainly. The Journal-Miner has the best equipped job printing plant in North ern Arizona. A trial will convince. 1 YOUTHS EXPERT IN THE USE OF RIFLE (From Saturday's Daily! Preparedness by the Winchester route has seized the youth of this community, and the avidity to get on the firing line was again demonstrated yesterday when Walter Rigglc, aged only 14 years, son of Mrs. Kelly Crozier, came under the wire with a fine record in marksmanship in the lively contest now going on for a Winchester medal. With a 22-calibre rifle he fired 50 shots at a target 50 yards distant, plugging enough one-inch bullscycs to give hiin an average of 21 9-10 noints nut of a oossible 25 points. His . i : w..ii 11.,-.. i zieureM iivui iu twin ir the 15-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heap, whose record stands at 21 points. Rigglc and Heap are now possessors of silver medals, and ifj their accuracy in aiming is maintained for the shooting scries, each will reach the sharpshooter class and wear the coveted gold medal. This contest is under the supervis ion of W. G. Greenwood, of the Hill Hardware Co., and is closely watched in each and every shoot. The Boy Scouts arc going to wheel into the firing line, and competition promises to be keen in the future. The Win chester Arms Company is promoting this healthy sport, looking ahead evi dently, for future defenders for Old Glory and the cause of liberty. DOUGLAS SUMMONS ARIZONAN TO FRANCE (From Saturday's Daily.) orably remembered as a former resi dent of Prcscott, but in late 'years of Southern Arizona, associated in a re sponsible capacity with James S. Douglas, arrived in the city yester day, cn route to France. He has been requested by Mr. Douglas to go aboard, and it is believed his services are desired in the good cause wherein Mr. Douglas is reputed to be outlay ing a vast sum in relief work for the cause of liberty. Mr. Solomdn answers tlje call with a feeling of patriotism but what duties he will perform are not known. lie i visited the coast during the week to' bid farewell to his mother, and leaves on this afternoon's train for some port to embark for France. Mrs. Solomon arrived last night from Douglas, and during the absence of her husband will again make Prescott her home, residing with Mr. and Mrs. E A. Kastncr, the latter her sister. HUNS OFFER PEACE COPEXHAGKX, Xov. 24. Ger many has made peace terms to Rus sia, involving Austria-Hungary, Ru mania, Bulgaria and Turkey, accord ing to information received here. "HELLO" GIRLS ARRESTED PORTLAXD, Ore.. Xov. 24. Twenty-three girls were arrested to day for picketing the telephone office in connection with the strike of the operators, charged with violation of the anti-conspiracy ordinance. They were released on bail of $10 each. PUBLIC RECORDS. Instruments Filed as Recorded By the Prescott Title Co. November 19, 1917. M. J. Enright files declaration of exemption on Boxer mine. Black Canyon district. Jerome-Pacific Mining Co. files dec laration of exemption on 37 mines, Verde district. liilcs-Lockhart Clothing Co. files amended location on Billy and State hood Fraction mines, Copper Basin district. O. A. Langc files declaration of ex emption on two mines, Hassayampa district. Telluride Mining Co. files declara tion on ten mines, Walnut Grove dis trict. T. J. Laird files declaration on five mines, Hassayampa district. W. J. Martin, ct al, locate two mines. Copper Creek district. Henry Jost files declaration of ex emption on five mines, Thumb Butte district. B. H. Peterson files declaration of exemption on Edna mine, Big Bug district. E G. Fowler files declaration of ex emption on Snow Flake mine, Mint Valley district.- C. L. Dunbar, ct al, locate 16 oil claims, Del Rio district. Sigard Carlson' to M. L. Colby. One fourth interest in oil locations, Del Rio district. November 20, 1917. C. C. Rccil, ct al, locate Silver Ridge mine. Peck district. I R. Iloelzle files declaration of exemption on three mines, Cherry Creek district. J. W. Laird files declaration of ex emption on seven mines, Black Hills district. Emil Kovocovich files declaration of exemption on three mines, Btack Hills district. Tim Madden files declaration of exemption on three mines, Black Canyon district. Madizelle Mining Co. files declara tion of exemption on 30 mines, Thumb Butte district. W. L. Nelson files declaration on 14 mines. Black Hills district. Antonio Rolctto files declaration of exemption on three mines, Weaver district. P. A. Johns locates Colorado mine. Castle Creek district. Harvey Hon, ct al, to John Carr. Sees. 33, 27 and 36, IS., 1W Tit i M..dn, t' al, lc declaration of exemption on three mines. Peck' district. . Wm. Shaw and wife to Elizabeth! Jones. S'j of Lot 12 and X,'i of Lot 14, Block 6. Fast Prescott. Carl Rees and wife to W. B. Storm, ct al. Lease Oil lands, Del Rio district. vcrue valley improvement L.O. lojtlcrk ot tins Court at frcscott, m I.ucio Romano. Lots 5 and 6, Block' said County (a copy of which com S, Cottonwood Addition. I plaint accompanie.4 this Summons), David Scott anil wife to Eliza Top-! within twenty days (exclusive of the ping and Robt. D. Maine. Lot 19 ' day of service), after service upon you Block 14, Scott Addition. of this Summons, if served in this Mrs. Robert Rrow, et al, files decla- ration of exemption on five mine?, Hassayampa district. A. V. Mulvenon, ct al, file declara tion on three mines. Copper Basin district. Belle Hanson, et al, locate one mine. Slate Creek district. Wm. F. Burns, trustee, to Cypress! Copper Mines Co. Tungsten placer.) Cyprcss Copper Mines Co. files dec-t laration of exemption on above mine,, Big Bug district John Berbcrich files declaration on four mines, WalkcV district. C. E. McKinney and John R. Dob lcr locate two mines, Gastlc Creek district. ' Travis Heckle files pre-emption onj (540 acres unsurvcyed land near Can- yon. . November 21, 1917. ' J. L. Gaffncy locates Xeglcctcd! mine, Big Bug district. II. E. Moc files declaration of ex-, cmption on four mines. Walnut I John B. Lccorr files declaration of exemption on 12 mines, Black Hills district. Thos. W. Birks files declaration of exemption off five mines. Black Hills district. Lovis Gruwcll locates Xorthcrn Light mine. Big Bug district. S. G. Thomas, ct al, locate Table Mountain Xos. 6 and 7 oil claims, Del Rio district. Grant McLaughlin, ct al, file dec laration of exemption on 12 mines, Jerome district. Thos. Jennings files declaration of exemption on tour mines, castle Creek district. Nelson Mining Co. files declaration j mining claims, being the amount re of exemption on five mines, Pine l quired to hold said lode for the period Grove district. lending on the 31st day of December, George P. IL.rrington files dcclara-l A. D. 1916. And if, within ninety tion of exemption on 40 mines, Tigcn days from the personal service of this district, F. McNamara files declaration of exemption on five mines, Pine Grove district. United States to Francis E. Blalock. Patent. NE4 Sec 24, 16X., 1W. J. F. Condron locates a water right four miles southwest of Wagoner. G. A. Widman to Winona M. Wil son. Lots 2 and 3, Block B, Pine Crest, Prcscott. E. K. Batcman files declaration of I exemption on Red Top mine, Big Bug! district. J. D. Kizcr, C. W. Kizcr and wives tp G. O. Vyne, H. J. Smith and Ray1 In the Justice Court, Prcscott Prc X. Vyne. S. Lot 3, Block 8, Prcs-J cinct, County of Yavapai, State of cott, on Cortcz St. ! Arizona. Jerry Peterson to D. F. Mitchcll.jThc Bashford-Burmister Company, a Lot 2, Block 1, Bashford Addition,! corporation. Plaintiff, vs. L. IL Prcscott. j Hodgc, Defendant Summons. Action brought in the Justice GLAD TO TESTIFY Says Watoga Lady, "As To What Cardui Has Done For Me, So A Trt Hln nnpr " AS 10 neip UUierS. Watoga, W. Va Mrs. S.W. Glad well, of Prcscott Precinct, in and for tht of this town, says: "When about 15 years County of Yavapai in the State of of age, I suffered greatly . . . Sometimes Arizona, and answer to the Complaint would go a month or two, and I had ?,cd " ";d J"st,ec. c?ur' at Prescott- tenibleheadache,backache,andbearing-;,n sa,d County. w,t.h,n 1vc da's- " down pains, and would just drag andc,us,.vc of the da' "J"' aft" th-ef ,Tjw, service upon you of this Summons, it had no appetite. Then ... it would last sen Prednct but if . . . two weeks, and was so weakening, . scrved wJthot this prccinct bul. and my health was awful. within thc county tcn days; ;f scrved My mother bought me a bottle of out of thc CotmtV( flfteen days; ;n aU Cardui, and I began to improve after , othcr cascs twenty days, or judgment taking the first bottle, SO kept it up till 1 t,y default will be taken against you. took three ... 1 gainerJ, and was well Given under my hand at Prescott and strong, and I owe it all to Cardui. this 23rd day of April, 1917. I am married now and have 3 children CHAS. H. McLAXE, Have never had to have a doctor for female trouble, and just resort to Cardui if I need a tonic. I am glad to testify to what it has done for me, so as to help others." If you are nervous or weak, have head aches, backaches, or any of the other ailments so common to women, why not give Cardui a trial? Recommended by many physicians. In use over 40 year., Begin taking Cardui today. It may be the very medicine you need. NC-130 . , , , i You are hereby summoned and re- TO LE1-30 per month, completely ircd ,o . a brought equipped chicken ranch with men- aga;nst yolI by the abovcnamed plain- bators, brooders, and housing ca-'t;ff;n Uc Supcr;or Court of Yavapai pacity for 2,000 chickens. Will sell , CotInty Statc of Arizona, and answer to renter all or part of 1,200 White thc compia;nt fiicd with the Clerk of Leghorn hens and pullets on thc tlis Court at Prcscott, In said County place. W'ater piped over place. (a copv of whjch conlpia;nt accom- ample facilities for green feed, and pan;es ti,;s Summons), within twenty Wintcr vegetables. Chance to tryiays (exclusive of the day of service), chicken business without expendi- after the service upon you of this turc for equipment. Mild climate j Summons, if scrved in this County: Hillside ranch of 15 acres adjoining ;n all other cascs thirty days, after city limits of Escondido, San Diego the service of this Summons upon you county. Modern five-room hunga-i (exclusive of the day of service). low with hath, furnished if desired. And you are hereby notified that if Owner entering navy. J. B. Clark.tvou fail to appear and answer the Escondido. SUMMONS In jhc Superior Court of Comity, State of Arizona. Helen j. Brock, Plaintiff, Yavapai Versus:; George Allen Brock, Defendant. , Summons Xo. 6860. ction brought in the Superior Court of aapai County, Statc of Arizona. The State of Arizona Sends Greetings to George Allen Brock. You are hereby summoned and re quired to appear in an action brought against you by the above-named plaintiff in the Superior Court of Yav apai County, State of Arizona, and answer the complaint tiled with the County: in all other cases thirty days. after the service of this Summons up on you (exclusive of the day of ser vice). Anil 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 biirscments in this behalf expended. Given under my hand and seal of said Court, at Prescott, this 27th day of Xovcinbcr, A. D., 1917. (Seal). P. J. FARLEY. Clerk. By HELEN V. CARTMELL. Deputy. J. E Russell, Attorney for Plain tiff. (W) First publicaton Xov. 28-St. To FORFEITURE NOTICE Prescott, Arizona, October 30, 1917. . A. IMMEL: his heirs, lecal representatives and assigns: You arc hereby notified that I have expended during the years 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915 and 1916, Xine Hundred Dollars ($9!)0.00) in labor and improvements upon the Red Top Lode Mining Claim, situate in the Big Bug Mining District, County of Yavapai, State of Arizona, the location notice of which is found of record in Book 75 of Mines, at page 96, in the office of the recorder of said county, in order to hold said claim under the provisions of section 2324 of the Revised Stat utes of the United States, and the amendment thereto anDrovcd January (22, 1880, concerning annual labor upon notice, or within ninety days after the publication thereof, you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditure as a co-owner, which amounts to Four Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($450.00), your interest in the claim will become the property of the subscriber, your co-owner, who has made the required expenditure, by the terms of said section. E. K. BATEMAX. IW) First publication Xov. 21, 1917. SUMMONS 'Court of Prescott Precinct, in and for , the County of Yavapai, in the State 'of Arizona. i -n ,nc anlc 01 lnc State of Ari- zona: To 1- H. Hodges, Defendant, 1 Greeting: You are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named Plaintiff in the Justice Court Justice of the Peace of said Precinct. First pub. Xovcinbcr 7. 4t. (W). SUMMONS In the Superior Court of Yavapai County, State of Arizona. Echo West, Plaintiff, versus: Alfred West, Defendant. Summons Xo. 6905. Action brought in the Superior Court of Yavapai County, State of ' Arizona. Thc State of Arizona Sends Greetings to Alfred West. 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 29th day of October, A. D.. 1917. (Seal). P. J. FARLEY. Clerk. By Helen V. CARTMELL, Deputy. J. E Russell, Attorney for Plaintiff. First publication Oct. 31, 5t. (W).