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.WHEB3.V JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 191S. I City News f i In Brief I n (From Thursday's Daily.) Mining Business. . G. J. Kahn, a mining man of the Salome field, was an arrival yester day on business. Visiting Friends. Mrs. M. Cooper and daughter of Skull valley, were in the city yester day to visit with friends. Comes to Visit. Miss Fannie Perkins, of Perkins vtlle, is in the city for a few days to visit with friends. Country Visitors. Fred I-aJcunncss, a well known fanner of Skull valley and his chil dren, were arrivals yesterday to visit with friends. Verde Visitors. Judgs George W. Hancc and son, Harvey Hance, of Camp Verde, were in the city on range business, in, which a deal is pending. Buys a Car. Ed. B. Pentland, mining near May er, was a visitor yesterday, return ing in a new Studebakcr auto, pur chased from C G. Riebling. Business Trip. L. L. I.ipp, formerly a resident and; business man of this city, was an ar rival yesterday from Wickenburg, coming, to visit for a few days. ; Range Visitors, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Perkins, the former manager of the Munds Park Cattle Co., were arri-als yesterday from Camp Verde on a business trip. Back From Coast Ed. Voigtlander has returned from Los Angeles, where he had been visit ing during the holiday season with! his wife and daughter and has re sumed his business here. Rangemen Visitors. M. V. and B. J. Stewart, and, Floyd Burmistcr, of the Mayer country, are in the city, coming to attend the cat tlemen's convention on Tuesday. They give a good report of the range business. Back From Frisco. Ben Townscnd, a well known min er of this section, returned Tuesday from San Francisco, after an absence of two months on a trip of recreation and left yesterday for the Haynes copper camp at Jerome, to reside. From, the Mines. Martin Anderson, who has mining interests in the Senator field, is .a visitor and reports the principal move ment in "that field.at the present is at the Storm Cloud, which is, being placed in shape for reviving at an early date. Booming Town. .Deputy Sheriff Angus McDcrmid of Cottonwood, was a visitor yesterday on official duties, and reported the new town on the Verde river in a flourishing condition. The building boo'm is not abating, and some sub stantial structures are now going up. Back to the- Mines. B.'H. Vollcr, who has been follow ing dry farming in Skull valley when a drouth was on, has decided to for sake the plow and go back to the wet mines of Copper Basin district He was a visitor yesterday, announc ing the switch in vocations. Rangemen Here. - Ben Hawkc and Thomas D. David son, rangemen of western New Mex ico, are in the city preparing to make observations of range conditions, and leave today for the western slope of the BradshaWs. They report the cat tle industry in their country as de plorable, owing to the long douth. Work Suspends. Road building out of Goodwin to ward Hooper has been suspended, owing to winter approaching, but is to be resumed early in Spring, when Crown Hill will be the goal. When that town is reached an auto can con veniently make the trip from Pres cott, 44 miles distant. Range Conditions Good. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heath are in the city from Verde valley, the for mer reporting the range cattle situa tion; generally as satisfactory, and there is no cause for alarm. Feeding is good and water plentiful, with live stock in fair condition. Rain in the next three weeks will insure a nor mal condition. Utah Visitors. Mrs. Abbie Conners and two daughters, the Misses Allic and Pearl Conners, are in the city from Bing ham, Utah, leaving in a few days for Ray, to remain for the winter with relatives. They resided in this sec tion several years ago, and are receiv ing a welcome from many friends. Mr. Conners died after leaving Ari zona. From Big Bug. "Mr. and Mrs. George Whittaker of Big Bug, visited the city yesterday, this being the first trip of the lat ter in many months, owing to ill health. Mr. Whittaker reports the Henrietta and Butternut as resum ing and quite a large force is employ ed, the general mining situation in that field being better than in many years. Sudden Illness. A young man named Wirt Hayes, who had been visiting in this city for the past two months, was taken from the tram at Albuquerque, N. M., on Saturday, dangerously ill from what was said to be ptomaine poison ing. He was en riote to Paris, Texas, to return with his wife in a shorr time, ard requested Mrs. Albert Ma son of this city to inform acquain tances of his serious illness. Birdman Here. Lieutenant Albert Promton. ground ofticcr at the San Antonio aviation camp, returned yesterday from a brief inspection trip to mines in the Turkey creek district, in which he is inter- ested as a stockholder. He wa9 grant ed a six-day leave and returned to his duties this morning. Lieutenant Prom ton is a civil engineer, graduating from the Rolla School of Mines last year. Mining Men Arrive. C I. Ingalls and Michael Kane, mining men of San Francisco, are re cent arrivals, and leave later for Tip top district on an examination of sil ver mines. After their return they will look over this section. Both are said to be desirous to invest in white metal properties. Said Mr. Kane: "Silver is going to reach the dollar mark, and remain stationary around that figure; the fluctuating period has had its day." Advised to Come. Snow falling yesterday occasioned a telegram to be sent to Mrs. Martha Williams at Casa Grande, by Mrs. B. E. Banners, a visitor from that town on the Southern Pacific, who brought her son for a change of cli mate. Mrs. Williams desires to see what "the beautiful" looks like, never having had such an opportunity. She will probably arrive this evening for a brief visit. (From Friday' Daily.) Phoenix Visitor. Attorney LcRoy Anderson return ed yesterday afternoon from Phoenix Visiting Phoenix. Mrs. R. L. Jones, wife of an at tache of the Bank of Arizona, left yesterday for Phoenix to visit for a few weeks with friends. From New York City. H. P. Tcarc of New York city was in Prescott for a short time yester day visiting with his friend, James Coleman. Returns From Coast J. H. Morrison, one of the best known of mill construction engineers in this mining field, has returned from San Francisco on a trip of rec reation of several weeks. Legal Business. Judge J. J. Hawkins left yesterday for Phoenix, where he is called for a few days on litigation as an attorney. He is to remain in the state for some time before returning to Los Angeles, his temporary home. Back From Kearny. . W. H. Grant, favorably and well known in this city, who had been at Camp Kearny for the past three months, serving in Co. F, 158 Infan try, returned to Prescott during the Week, baring been discharged owing to physical disability. For the pres ent lie is to make Humboldt his home to recuperate his health. (From Saturday's Daily) Back From Los Angeles. Attorney L. P. Spalding returned to Prescott yesterday afternoon from a hurry-up business trip to Los Angeles. Visiting Friends. Miss Alice Archambeau, , teacher of 'the public school at Walker, is in the city for a week-end visit with friends. Phoenix Attorney. Attorney George Purdy Bullard of Phoenix was .in Prescott yesterday afternoon, looking after some legal matters in the Superior court Needles Visitors. Mr. and Mrs. James Malone, of Needle?, motored to the city yester day, and are en route to Verde to look over the situation with the view to locating. Range Visitor. A. H. 'Chartz, a cattleman of Wal nut Grove, is in the city, and gives the usual report of dry weather, but no alarm prevails over the range situation. From Murietta. F. M. Weston, who had been to Murietta under treatment for rheuma tism, returned yesterday, and stated his condition was materially improv ed. Back From Coast Steve Haskell returned yesterday from Anaheim, Cal., where he had been visiting with relatives during the holidays, and is returning to Big Bug district today to resume employ ment In the mines. Drake in Phoenix. W. A. Drake, general manager of the Santa Fc, spent yesterday in Phoenix conferring with some of the other officials of the road and look ing after the interests of the com pany. To Salt Lake. Miss Fannie Perkins accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Perkins, to Salt Lake City on the Pullman special which passed through Prescott last night with the Arizona delegation aboard who will attend the National Stockgrowers' convention to convene on next Monday. Back on the Job. E. W. Stephens has assumed his old official position with Assessor Gentry, and is again in the role of chief deputy. H'c is efficient in his line and yesterday received the con gratulations of many friends. No Complaint R. Osmondson and W. J. Sattahite, well known in goat raising circles, were visitors yesterday from Peoples valley, reporting a favorable situation although dry weather was prevail ing. Browsing is good and no losses will occur. Legal Business. R. A. Kinsman, of Humboldt, who' was called to the city this week on litigation pertaining to his fminirig interests near McCabe, returned home yesterday, the issue having been tried before the Superior court. Come to Visit. Mr. :uid Mrs. Elmer Flummer and guest. Miss Chapman, of Ash Fork, the latter teacher of a private school, are in the city to visit for several days with friends, and are at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Drew. Mining Business. John Kelly, owner of desirably rated mines m the Blue Dick field, visited the city yesterday on business, reporting several movements under headway by which deals are to be closed. He is optimistic over the outlook. Health Restored. Ben Rybon, who had been at Mur ietta Springs for the past five weeks undergoing treatment for complicated ills, has been fully restored to health and is now at San Diego visiting with relatives. He in preparing to re turn to. this city in a short time. Leave for Winter. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Selkirk, visi tors from Laramie, Wyo., fincc Oc tober, leave today for Arlington, Maricopa county to remain during the Winter with a sister of Mrs. Selkirk. They contemplate to return about May, Mr. Selkirk improving in health. In Full Swing. George Dedrick ,a well-known min er of this county, was a visitor on business yesterday from the Hen rietta camp of the Big Ledge, and re ports an active situation again, many miners being employed and develop ment going ahead. He speaks in glowing terms of this property. Back From Kearny. Onas Jett, popularly known in this city, until recently at Camp Kearny with the 158th Infantry, returned dur ing the week, having been discharged from military service on account of physical disability. He is to remain and is receiving a welcome from many friends. Receives Promotion. Lorion Rief, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rief, of this city, is now wear ing the epaulets of a non-commissioned ofticcr of Co. A, 158th Infantry, Camp Kearny. He was recently pro moted from a private to a corporal, due to efficient duty. Mr. Rief is preparing to leave for Kearny to visit his son. Rangemen Arrive. Henry Milburn and Murray Simms, of Taos, New Mexico, are recent ar rivals to look over range conditions, and leave later for the Bradshaws. They state the cattle industry of cer tain sections of the above State is facing the worst drouth known in a third of a century. Mr. Simms was here last August. Passing Through. Larkin Baker, an old-time resident of this county, formerly employed ;at the sawmills, is in the city for a brief visit with friends, and is returning to the San Pedro country of Pima county from Holbrook, where he spent the holidays with relatives. He remained over one train, leaving this morning. Miner "Visits; Theodore Pugh, mining south of Mayer, was a visitor yesterday, com ing to procure," a -powder license. He states quite a number of new loca tions fire being made in the Pine Flat co'untry since the' Circle Park people" entered that ffcld and had started to operate. He also states' the Dolphin is getting to be quite an ac tive camp. Hit Old Trails. Captain John Kinney has returned from the southern part of the State in visiting. Hassayampers and renew ing days of long ago. He flatly states that he was not seeking politi cal recognition from any element, and reports that he was slated for offict are unfounded. He is going to his mining camp in Eugenia gulch to start work. Going Into Army. Ed. Farley was a visitor yesterday from Ash Fork, where he is in the employ of the S. F. P. & P. and is arranging his affairs to get into mili tary service, expecting to leave with the February contingent He has selected the medical corps, having de voted many years in the rfcst to studying requirements in this profes sion. Auto Trucks Sold. William Connor purchased yester day for the firm of Connor, Wood and Lawler, tungsten operators of Eureka district, an international truck to be used in bringing out ore, ship ping to begin at once. F. S. Hild rcath, of Williamson valley, was an other purchaser of this make auto, for service to and from this city. Called Home. Frank Evanston, a mining man of Ourav. Colorado, was called home last night owing to illness in his fam ily, and stated he would return next week ,if possible. He is arranging to take over a property in Hassa vamna district, and terms in the deal are agreed to by all interested. C. K. Calling, his associate, remains. (From Sunday's Daily.) Visiting Old Home. Dudley Windcs, son of Rev. and Mrs. Windcs, former resident of Prescott. is a visitor for a few days and is en route to Camp Funston, af ter a furlough spent at Tcmpc with his parents. . From the Mines. Fritz Vierthaler was a visitor yes terday from the Tillie Starbuck, on Slate creek, where he is foreman, and reports development as continuing under conditions which are favorable for making a high-class property. Called to Coast. Receiving word that his wife was critically ill in Los Angeles, John M. Xcal of Hillside, left yesterday for the above city. Mrs. Ncal submitted to an operation recently, but with out benefit to her affliction. Returning Home. Mrs. Harry Sumner, a visitor since January 1, with her husband at a mining camp in Big Bug district, was in the city yesterday returning home to Pomona, Cal, Mr. Sumner ac companying her to this city. Visiting on Coast Janus Smith and Joseph Andres left y-.-stcrday for a two-weeks' trip to San Francisco, where they ex pect to spend their vacation. On their return they will stop in Los Angclts for a short visit with the latter's sister. Coast Visitors. Mr. :nd Mrs. George Braddinan, of Oakland, Cal., were arrivals a few days ago, the former coming on mm ing business, to examine a property in the Big Bug xlistrict. Mr. Bradd man was here last September, and may conclude to remain. Come to Visit Mr. and Mrs. Chalmers Powell, of Victor, Colo., the first named a nc phew of Lee and Ed Block, arrived ycsterdp.y for a brief visit, being en route to Southern California for the winter. They were former residents of Prescott and are traveling in an auto. Both arc 'welcomed by many friends. Rough Roads. E. W. Persons, who motored from Phoenix to Prescott a few days ago over the Wickenburg route, reported roads in bad shape, owing to dust and lack of repairs in Maricopa coun ty. He returns home in a few days to try cut the Black canyon highway. Mr. Persons had been examining a mine out of Kirkland. Arizonan Prospers. Steve Branncrr, a former resident of this section, returned during the week from Butte, Mont, and report ed having frequently met Fred Sattes, a pioneer of this county. He was prospering and owned valuable realty intcresls in the above city, bequeath ed him by a "brother who died some years ago. Sallcs stated he would visit Prescott at some time in the future. (From Tuesday's Daily.) In Jerome. Attorney LcRoy Anderson was a busincis visitor" in Jerome yesterday. Comes to Visit. Mrs. W. H: Alarum, of Hillside, is a visitor with fricnds"-in the city for a few days. Business Trip.. N. Shutz, a well-known merchant of Jerome, was a visitor to the city yesterday on business. From MexicoCity. J. M. McKinnon, who has been in Mexico City for some time, is in Prescott this week for a short visit. Verde Visitor. ' Jacob Weber, of Camp Verde, paid the city -a brief 'business trip on Sat urday, returning Sunday. He re ported the country flourishing in all industries. Attorneys Visit C II. Rutherford and Carl M. Hcin, attorneys of Jerome, were in atten dance before the Superior court yes terday, on legal business for clients in that city. Drouth Over. L. L. Dickcrson, of Fair Oaks, and J. E. Young, of Ferguson valley, visited the city yesterday, both re porting about two inches of a snow fall in their sections. Mining Business. J. E. Pawley, owner of valuable gold mines near Peoples valley, was a visitor yesterday on business, and stated that pending the outcome of negotiations, he has suspended work. Telephone Business. R. D. Lincoln, of EI Paso, right-of- way agent of the Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co., is in the city on business pertaining to his duties, visiting with Manager Buehlcr of this division. Old Timer Here. V. J. Copple, many years ago a resi dent of this city when his brother was alive, was a visitor Sunday from Amarillo, Texas, being en route to BIythc, to remain for the Winter with relatives, his health being poor. Buys a Red One. John L. Heath, a Verde valley rangeman, purchased yesterday one of those new Studcbakcrs, of a crim son hue, from C. G. Riebeling, local agent. The car is one of the series recently received. Visiting Miner. Con Johnson, one of the well known miners of this section, is in the city from Walker district, giving an excellent report generally of that field, three companies now being in action and all making a good show ing. Looking Over Field. Mr. and Mrs. Jay F. Falkc, of Clin ton, la., are in the city .the former to look over the field for engaging in the practice of law. They visit Jerome later. Mr. Falkc visited Pres cott about eight years ago for his health, which was fully restored by the climate, hence his return. Tired of the Farm. Ben Ainsworth was a visitor yes terday, coming to enlist in the Liberty army, saying that farming on Walnut creek has lost its novelty. He is a few years out of the class of be ing drafted and is willing to step back to get into the ranks of the 158th Arizona command. Lobo Leaves. James West has returned from Walnut creek, unsuccessful in cap turing the lobo wolf, for which a pool had agreed to pay $115 for the beast, dead or alive. West is pf the belief the wolf has left that section, no losses of livestock taking place during the past ten days. Sunday Visitors. Mrs. S. j! Cunningham, and daugh ter, Miss Julia Cunningham, the latter head of the postal clerical force of the Jerome postofficc, visited with friends in Prescott on Sunday, re turning home yesterday. Miss Cury ningham is a native of Jerome, and has mastered the postal service in all branches, being retained by every ad ministration for many years. On Business. L. J. Haselfeld, the Kirkland mer chant, was a brief visitor yesterday on business, reporting the dry wave as still holding fast, with ranch and range people complaining. Visiting Old Home. R. W. Ullman, of Phoenix, a for mer resident, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ullman, is in the city to visit for a few days with his sister, Mrs. Percy Howard. Sells to Build. Gcp. W. Sines has purchased from W. E. Hazeltine, of California, a lot on North Alarcon street, on which he has started construction of a bunga low home. He sold a short time ago his old residence nearby. Transferred to Navy. Joseph Sladdish, who enlisted in the army from Humboldt, returning a short time ago on a furlough to visit with relatives and friends, was in Prescott yesterday and is leaving today for Annapolis, to enter the navy as a civil engineer. He was advised to this effect a few days ago, and is very much pleased over qualifying after taking the examination a short time ago. Indiana Visitor. M. H. Ingram arrived in this city on Sunday evening from hts home at Winamac, Indiana, for a visit with his son, John C. Ingram. Mr. In gram was fortunate enough to catch one of the last trains which the Santa Fe was able to get out of Chicago on account of the big snow storm of last week, bis train arriving at Ash Fork nearly 24 hours late because of the snow which was encountered in the western states. ARIZONA AVIATOR IN FRANCE EXTOLS THE GOOD CAUSE (From Sunday's Pailvl Wnllnr. G. Camobell writes to his father, Donald Campbell, of this city from France, under date of Deccm hnr lfi inforinine him thlat he is ready for aviation service, and with other Americans expects to ue in aerial action at any time. His letter is interesting for its ex cellent spirit, this young man saying tJint he and others from the United States have cause for expressing hap piness and' contentment over tneir situations, which arc extremely pleas ant nn d satisfactory. Campbell dwells at length on different topics, and mentions one thing in particu lar, that of the splendid system of the French in providing feeding, housing and other accommodations, liirli i nerfeet. "It is wonderful the way the French have systematiz ed the food and other vital qucs i!nn. which vou would not believe possible," he writes. This young man also intimates he could impart lm nnnnnt information in a military sense, but is not permitted to do so owing to strict censorship. PHONE COMPANY IS DEFENDANT IN SUIT (From Sunday's Daily) Arrs I.illip A. Edwards, manager of the loral business college, yesterday afternoon filed a suit against tnc Mountain States Telephone Com pany, demanding damages in the sum of $5,000, the plaintiff alleging that she wis out this amount of business as the result of the removal of the telephone from her place of business on the first day of October, 1917. Mrs. Edwards in her complaint states that the phone was pulled out of the business college against her wishes and in spite of the fact that she had tendered payment for the service rendered. The case was the basis -if a complaint which was filed with the State corporation commis sion several weeks ago, the case hav ing been withdrawn before it came up for consideration. PRELIMINARY WORK ON THE STORM CLOUD HAS BEEN FINISHED f From Sundav' Daily Unwatcring of the Storm Cloud mines, near Senator, which had been under headway since last September, was finished" a few days ago, accord ing to the report made yesterday by Senator N. H. Getchcll, who is in charge. Owing to the long suspension of this property, the work was slow, and had to be carefully performed, manv cave-ins occurred and decaved tim bers were encountered. This action is preliminary to resumption, and en rontc to Prescott is J. G. Dickenson of Cohnlt. Canada, ceneral manager of the O'Brien Mines Syndicate, to outline large plans for immediate op erations. This will probably be one of the biggest mine movements of recent years for this section. FATAL VRECK AUSTIN. Tex., Jan. lO.Three persons were killed and 11 injured at 2:30 o'clock this morning in a rear end collision between two sections of the Katy Flyer at Granger, about 40 miles northeast of here. First re ports placed the number of dead at 16. but this was later denied by of ficials of the road after an investiga tioti. THE SECOND ONE RICHMOND. Jan. 10. The na tional prohibition amendment was ratified today by the Virginia senate. PUBLIC RECORDS. Instruments Filed as Recorded By the Prescott Title Co. Jan. 5, 1918. Fred Micklc & Wf. to Charles Whitakcr all of lot 5 in blk. 5 of Maine elm., Verde Dist: Julia A. Willard to Lewis A Wil- lard et al part of SWJ4 of Sec. 12, T 15 N R 3 E. Julia A. .Willard to Edna W. Nichols 12 acres in S4 of Sec. 15 N 3 E. Julia A. Willard to Olga W. Gano ct al NWJ4 NWtf Sec. 18, SWJ4 SWJ4 Sec. 7 15 N R 4 E & part of SE'A SEH of Sec. 12 15N 3E. A. A. Johns & Wf. to Lillian M. Davidson Lot 5 & a part of Lot 6 in Blk 20 Fleury's Addn. to Prescott Geo. Cummings to Geo. W. Avery Yi int in 101, 102, 103 patented Min. elm. Verde Dist W. A. Tucker, J. R. Robertson & E. M. Walker file Articles of incor poration of Monte dc Cobrc Min. Co. $100,000 Cap. Stk. Mayer principal place of business. Pauline Funk files Dec. Ex. - Mine Pine Grove Dist. United States to Wilburn E. Wood tuff patent SWM of SEJ4 of SW of Sec 13 T 15 N R 3 E. C. H. Diamond ct al locate 4 Oil elms., Del Rio Dist. J. G. Brown & wife to Dea Foe Lot 6 in Blk. 6 of Cottonwood Addn. Cottonwood. Gadscn Cop. Co. files Dec. Ex. 29 Mines, Verde Dist Mark Arriola ct al file Dec Ex. 2 Mines, Mineral Point Dist. C. W. Martin ct al locate Lake port Oil Clm. Chino Valley Dist Jos. F. Young sheriff of Yav. Co, Appoints R. C. Pierce Deputy. Jas. F. Young Sheriff of Yav. Co, Jos. F. Young sheriff of Yav. Co. G. I. Redman files Dec. Ex. 7 Mines, Hassayampa Dist A. M. Horton ct al locate 1 Mine. Copper Basin Dist E. A. Rice et al files Dec Ex. 6 Mines, Verde Dist January 7, 1918. Mrs. J. J. Lynch files Dec. Ex. 9 mines. Blk. Hills Dist. Commissioner of General Land Of fice files list of lands aggregating 29,' 466 05 acres in Phoenix Land Dist. Selected by St. of Ariz., under grant for Deaf, Dumb & Blind Asylums. Commissioner of General Lang Of fice files list of lands aggregating 5,- 081.12 acres in Phoenix Land Dist. selected by St of Ariz., under grant for Insane Asylums. Commissioner of General Land Of fice files list of lands aggregating 6, 320.74 acres in Phoenix Land Dist selected by Sr. of Ariz., under grant for Normal schools. Chas. E. Smith to J. E. Warrens Night Hawk Mining claim, Kirkland Dist. John B. Ricketts and wife to Eliza beth Jones, lot 5 in Blk. 3 in Hum boldt. Edith Brunton et al locate 1 mine. Copper Basin Dist. William Adams and wife to W. B. Young, 160 acres, 6 miles south of Walnut Grove dam. A. C. Swift, et al, locates 10 oil claims, Del Rio Dist H. T. Abstcin files Dec li.x. 4 mines. Black Canyon. H. T. Abstein to S. B. Visert, Q. C deed, whole of Copper Cliffs, Deep Hole, Canyon and Pine mining claims in Black Canyon and Jerome and Verde Dists. W. A. Ballard, et al to W. B. GLAD TOTESTIFY Say$ Watoga Lady, "As To What Cardui Has Done For Me, S As To Help Others." Watoga,W. Va. Mrs. S. W. GladweH, o! this town, says: "When about 15 years of age, I suffered greatly . . . Sometimes would go a month or two, and I had terrible headache, backache, and bearing down pains, and would just drag and had no appetite. Then ... it would last . . . two weeks, and was so weakening, and my health was awfuL My mother bought me a bottle of Cardui, and I began to improve after taking the first bottle, so kept It up till I took three ... I gained, and was well and strong, and I owe it all to Cardui. I am married now and have 3 children . . . 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 years. Begin taking Cardui today. It may be the very medicine you need. NC-130 Young, bill of sale, 500 goats near Walnut Grove, Yavapai county, Ari zona. January 8, 1918. ! Fred Stephens et al locate 20 oil claims. Squaw creek Dist C. A. Martin, et al, locate one oil claim, Chino Valley Oil Dist. T. W. Glasgow to Proctor Ross, 3-4 interest in Black Bird and Black Bird Nos. 1, 3, Katy Patience and Double Deck mining claims. Black Canyon Dist. M. L. Tooky locates 12 placer claims, Del Rio Dist. C. M. Connor, et al locate nine oil claims, Del Rio Dist. Haydec Lane and John II. Lane to Ira L. Hart, bill of sale, 1-3 interest in cattle, horses, mules and improve mcnts in Coconino National Forest. Haydec Lane and wife and John H. Lane and wife to Ira L. Hart ,13 interest in XV4 of XE of See, 34, T17N R5E. W. Ryan files Dec Ex. two mines. Big Bug Dist January 9, 1918. Robt L. Morton et al locate one mine. Cherry Creek Dist George D. Case, et al locate four mines, Verde Dist. Francis M. Weston. and wife to M. A. Perkins W. deed. SV of NEJ NWP of SE'A: SEJ4 of XWJ4; NE of SWtf. Sec 23, T. 16. X R 2 W. Mrs. Julia Page to Lindsey Lane, bill of sale, cattle in Yav." Co., Ariz. Commercial Min. Co., to Phelps Dodge Corporation, deed, 23 mines', Hassayampa Dist. 19 mines Coppet Basin, 6 mines Big Bug Dist and lots 3, 4 ,7 and 8. Sec 23, T. 13, N R 3 W. J. D. Richards ct al locate four oil claims, Del Rio Dist A. L. Hammond, et al locate two oil claims, Del Rio Dist II. E. Shaw, et al locate four placer claims. Black Nit Dist L. E. Hcsla et al locate eight mines Pine Grove Dist Jcriah Woods, to Thos. J. Koontz. bill of sale, cattle on Sycamore creek. W. Yav. Co. J. R. Graham and Alex L. Jones file articles of incorporation. South west Oil Company for 25 years, $75, 000, Cap. Stk. Prescott principal place of business. Wm. Bycrs and wife to G. M. Bur gctt, lot 14, Blk. 2, Moeller Addn. to the City of Prescott John Carr to M. L. Colby, Q. C. deed, NWJ$ of Sec 27, T. 18. N R 1 K and NEJ4 Sec. 27, T 18, R 1 W. APPLICATION F0K GRAZING Pf IMITS NOTICE is hereby given that all ap plications for permits to graze cattle, horses, hogs, sheep and goats within the PRESCOTT NATIONAL FOR EST during the season of 1918 must be filed in my office at Prescott, Ari zona, on or before January 20, 1918. Pull information in rocrard to the craz ing fees to be charged and blank forms to be used in making applications wm be furnished upon request. E. G. MILLER, Supervisor. (W) Dec. 19. 26; Jan. 2, 9. 16. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of David Connor, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed Executors of the estate ot David Connor, deceased, to the credi tors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit,, them with the necessary voucherj, within four months after the first pub lication of this notice to the said executors at the office of J. E. Rus sell, Room 27-28 Bank of Arizona Building, Prescott, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said County of Yavapai. ANNIE S. McNALLY and H. R. WOOD, Executors. Estate of David Connor, deceased. Dated Prescott, Arizona, this 15th day of December, 1917. Dec. 19-5t. FORFEITURE NOTICE Prescott, Arizona, October 30. 1917. To A. A. IMMEL; his heirs, legal representatives and assigns: You are hereby notified that I have expended during the years 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915 and 1916, Nine Hundred Dollars ($900.00) 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 approved January 22, 18S0, concerning annual labor upon mining claims, being the amount re quired to hold said lode for the period ending on the 31st day of December, A. D. 1916. And if, within ninety days from the personal service of this 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. BATEMAN. (W) First jmbljeaticfl ,Xov: 21, 9t7.