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J1 V. HORTOX ATTORNEY AT LAW, Clifton. Aiuona. A. B. Pali. XI V aso, Texaa. J. K. Burros, Clifton, Arli JAI.L fc HAMJ'TOV, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Mining, Land and Timber Cases a Specialty Webster-Hampton Block, Clifton, Arizona J. EGAS, ATTORNEY AT LAW Omce: Northeast of the Lawn Tennis Cour in the shadow of a great rock. CLIFTON, ARIZONA JAMES R. DUNSEATH Attorney at Law With Frank H. Hereford Corporation amo Minino Law Box 994, TUCtSOH, ARIZONA. LAND SCRIP FOR 8ALB TyrriLEY E. JONES, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Practice in all Federal and Territorial Courts. SAFFORD. ARIZONA JAMES 8. FIELDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW Will practice in Western Texas, New Mexico and Arizona DEMING, NEW MEXICO. KEARNEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC. Office Chase Creek Opposite Dunn's Drug Store. CLIFTON. - - - ARIZONA JDWABD GOMEZ INTERPRETER AND TRANSLATOR SOCIETIES Coronado Lodge No. 8 F. & A. M. CALENDAR FOR 1910 REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS. May 21st. June 18th. July 16th. August 20th. September 17t . October 15th. November 12th. December 10th. Special meeting's when blue flag is hoisted. Visiting brothers cordially invited. By order of, Worshipful Master. Thomas Smith Se cretary. B. P. O. Elks Clifton Lodge No. 1174, MEETS MASONIC HALL First and Third Wednesdays 8 P. M. Visiting Brothers Welcome. J. J. KELLY, Exalted Ruler C.G. COLE, Secretary Clifton Lodge No. 17, Knights of Pythlat Meets every Friday night ii Masonic Hall. VisUincr Ttpnlhun will mm ceive a fraternal welcome. CHA8. BROCK. C C O. HAL VERSON.K. of R. 8 Crescent Temple No. 10 PYTHIAN 8I8TER8 Meets the first and thirc Thursday evenings, and the second and fourth Thursdaj aftefnoons. Visiting sistert cordially invited. MINNIE WEBSTER, M. E. C. LULA Y. TERRELL, M. of R. 4 C. Copper City Lodge No. IS Meets Every Monday Night. Visiting Brothers Cordially Invited. BEN WALLACE, N. G. JOHN M. WEBSTER, Secretary Century Chapter O. E. S. No. 10. i Meets the second and fourth jThursday evenings of each imonta, except juiy ana au- rgust. visiting members cor dially invited. Mrs. Julie Pitt, W. M JAS. S. CROMB, Sec'y. Evening Star Rebekah Lodge no. 15. Meets first and third Tuesday feveniugs of each month. Visit lng members cordially Invited. Mae T. Robertson, ELIZABETH TAPPIN, Noble Grand. Secretary. Fraternal Order of Eagles Clifton flerie No. 1690 Meets every 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month at Casino Hall. Visiting brothers wil receive a hearty welcome. C. E. LEONARD, Pres. J. O. PHILLIPS, Secretary. MESQUITE CAMP No. 19 W o. w Meets each first and third Wednesday night Casino Hall. Visiting members extended a cordial welcome, ci. F. LANFORD, ConJ Com. WM. NIELSEN, Clerk. ' Cliff Grove No. lO Woodmen Circle Meets 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month at Masonic Hall. Visiting members extended a cordial welcome. Mary j. Ci.akk, Guardian. LaCV J. Bhitttwobam. Clark. Ml r ja titetog Science Notes. PyrMKse is used to denarrie alcohol. It is one oí t ol tar products. A bag ef cement contains 64 lbs, net weight of cement. Four bag's constitute a barrel. Repeated tests m Carefully cleaned boiler plate, gave an average specific gravity f 7,932. Mari is a soft, wet calca re wrefartb, resulting either from HítI deposits or chemical formatfcen. Cerium is -am iron-like metal which becomes malleable on warming ae! melts at 623 degrees Centigrade. In drives that are within, say, 20 ft. of other workings, blasts should never be fired without first warning the men in those workings. Ferro-phosphorus is useful in the basic steel process for enriching the slag. Thin sheet steel gets a better finish when rolled, if it contain phos phorus. Corrosion of iron takes place with water and oxygen, but not with water and carbon dioxMe. While carbon dioxide is not essential, it may ac celerate the reaction. A pare iron, if it could be 'Obtained, without carbon phospores, manganese, silicon, or sulphur, would have a ten sile strength of 34,750 pounds per square inch, If tested in a f inch plate. Common high brass contains 61.5 per cent copper and 38.5 per ceht zinc. Cartridge brass contains two parts of copper to one of sine, and low brass is composed of 80 per cent copper and 20 per cent zinc. The U. S. Geological Survey calcu lates that the Are loss in the United States is eight times the per capita loss of any country in Europe, and that it amounts to $1,500,000 per day. The principal minerals which are f importance in the production of the rare earths are cerite, euxenite, fergusonite, gadolinite, keihauite, noaazite, orthite, samarskite, thorite ind xenotime . The exact efficiency of a particular turbine wheel must be found by ex periment. It is considered hardly possible for the efficiency to eaual 86 mmm 4- -J H 1.1 IIJ ' Jti lcul auu a. lui uiuc Jicmiug to per cent to 80 per cent is extremely jood. The stability of a dam against over urning about its lower edge is calcu lated by comparing its statical mo ment referred to that edge, with the resultant pressure of the water against its upper side. Barite, on account of its prismatic cleavage, forms a "sliver" pigment rather than a granular one. It is entirely unaffected by weather, and does not dissolve like zinc, nor blacken with sulphur like lead. Roman cement is the English name Cor cement which has been produced oy grinding an argillaceous limestone vhich has been calcined at a temper ature just sufficient to expel the car bonic acid gas. A barrel of Portland cement con tains 376 pounds net weight, of cement. The empty J barrel weighs from 15 to 30 pounds ayeraging about 20 pounds, so that the gross weight of t barrel of cement is approximately 396 pounds. Aluminum is a very difficult metal to solder because of the tendency of the. metal to oxide; but a skillful per son can readily solder the metal by using a solder consisting of 28 parts tin, 3i parts lead, 7 paits spelter and 14 parts phosphor tin. The phosphor tin should contain 10 per cent phos phor. Pefore soldering the surface of the metal should be thoroughly cleaned with benzine, after which the solder should be applied with a cop per bit. As soon as the molten solder covers the surface of the metal and before it has had time to harden, scratch through the solder with a wire brush to remove the film of oxide which has formed. The electrolytic method for the determination of copper is the one most commonly used now by the smelters and large copper companies. The crucible method is still in use for high-grade concentrate. The colori metric method is an easy and rapid way for approximate results, es pecially on low-grade material. The cyanide method is a good one, and is much used, it consisting in obtaining the copper in a blue ammoniacal solution, and then estimating the amount from the quantity of standard solution of potassium cyanide required to destroy the blue color. The titration with sodium tbiosul phate is recommerded as an accurate method, this process being known as the iodide method, and said to be more practical than, and nearlv as accurate as, the electrolytic method. ' California's Great XLhc Xos Hngeles XTimee Send for sample copy of the biggest newspaper in the world. Largest circulation in the Southwest Largest amount of reading matter Largest volume of display advertising Largest volume of classified advertising Highest character of readers California's great newspaper LOS ANGELES TIMES THE The Ptrttiv At Child and the School. tt Is a well-recognized fact that no child can do the best work 6f wfVtei he is capable in ttse ífcfeóois unless his body ft n proper condition, flere a duty which must fall lartre- y upon the parent. The child is un der the charge of the teacher ?tt most but thirty hour pff week: and for the other fte hundred and thirty four lar the parent has the direc tion of him. A parent mav send his child to school in the morning and at noon and may think that his tty 'is done and that the resit of the re sponsibility is ftpóñ the shoulders of the teftcíi'ers and school authorities. TfciS parent forgets that what a child can do in school depends in rerv large measure upon what fc'é does outside of school fcotíí s. What dees a child require in order te Attend school and be able to do his best work? . First, a sufficient supply of well cooked and nourishie food, served at regular htrS. Secetrtr, comfortable and season able clothing. Third, an abundance of time far sleep and rest. Eyery child fttio at tends school needs at feast nine hours of unbroken steep, and in the case of lower grade pupils ten or ten and tte-half hours should be the mini rrjutfl. Fourth, freedom from Undue excite ment and consequent nerve-exhaustion. A Criticism passed upon our schools is that they render ttre children nervous and irritable be cause of overwork. It is safe to say that in a large majority of cases the nervousness of the child is due to the exciting moving picture shows and plays which he is allowed te at , tend. Fifth, careful supervision of the homestudy which all pupils in the sixth grade and above, including the high school, are required to do. Every child in these grades should be required to keep regular study hours outside of school. Sixth, knowledge of the child's whereabouts at all times. Many a child of school age lays the founda tion for failure in school and for fail ure in later life because his parents are too much engrossed in business and work to know whether he at tends school regularly or not and where he spends his evenings. Seventh, interest on the part of the parent in his school work and co operation with the teacher. It would be surprising, I believe, to know how few parents could tell even the grade in which their children aie placed and how few have ever been inside the school building during the year, or know the children's teach ers even by sight. Some parents do indeed come to the school building to complain and it would be far more encouraging and helpful to the teachers if more would come to com mend. S' much more common is the blame than the commendation th-t teachers are apt to think that every parent who comes to the school building comes to complain, and al most to feel that the parents are their natural enemies. Again, many parents, not visiting the school, not understanding the teacher's reasons for certain requirements, and hear ing of events at school only through the stories of the children; often un intentionally distorted, often allow themselves to criticize the teacher in the presence of the child. No teacher can do her best work under these conditions. Consequently the school board, city officials, parents and citizens should make an effort to become acquainted with the schools and the teachers. Kindly and just criticism is always welcomed, but all who have criticisms or complaints to make should present them to the proper persons, to the teachers first; if not connected or explained to sat isfaction, to the superintendtent; and as a last resort to the school board. School Board Journal. Nevada Law Forbids Gasolene Under Ground. For the first time in 16 months work has been forced to a stopage in the Bullfrog Mohawk mine, and through no fault of any thing but the laws of the state of Nevada, which prohibit the use of gasoline below the surface, in the interior of the mine. The main shaft is 170 feet deep. At 110 feet water was encountered and has been extracted from the mine by bailing. The company secured a pump and gasoline engine, and the same were placed down in the mine. They did the work alright, but soon the mine inspector of the state or dered out of the mine the gasoline engine and it bad to go. Now the company have secured a pump run by electric power, and as soon, as the power line is switched oyer to the mine work can be re sumed. At the same timean electric hoist will be installed and everything will be operated by electric power. A touch of rheumatism, or a twinge of neuralgia, whatever the trouble is, Chamberlain 's Liniment drives away the pain at once and cuies the com plaint quickly. First application gives relief. Sold by all druggists. Newspaper Net result: The biggest paper The best paper The best value The best ever. Recent Mininá Decisions. rrepared for The Mining Review.) Relocation Where locators of a placer mine are at most in cpnstrtie" tive possession only' tfee'.V location must be altd', o be effectual against "one wno seeks to relocate the ground, Saxton v. Perry. Supreme Court of Colorado, 107 Pacific 2S1. Title by Adverse PosEso' tó acquire title to a mining claim by preset iftion, possession of the prop erty must not only be hostile, but must be exclusive, continuous, and uninterrupted for a period of rWi yéars prior to the eerflrecement of the action-, atd any interruption of te adverse possession within the five years prevents the acquisition of title by prescription. Big Three Min. & Mill Co. v. Hamilton. Supreme Coflrt rif 'California, 107 Pacific &, Repeal of State Law A mining location made while the law of 1807 (St 1897, p 214, c. 159) was in force, but invalid for noncompliance with the provisions of tát law, is still a yalirA location, providing the pro visions of the mining laws of the United States States have been com plied with, and there árt no interven ing right before the repeal of the state law, and the claim has been oc cupied, held, and worked up to the time of and after such repeal. Big Three Min. & Mil'. Co. v. Hamilton. Supreme Court of California, 107 Pa retic 301. Replevin of Mine Tools A contract for the sale of a mine provided that-, in case of forfeiture, the seller should be entitled to all to'óls and machinery used on the premises. In anticipation of forfeiture, the buyer removed the tools and subsequently sold them to B., who stored them in a cabin be longing to another. The Sellers, ob taining title to the cabin or securing authority from the owner, placed a lock Ott the door thereof. B. removed the goods from the cabin. Held, that such acts did not give the sellers lawful possession of the goodsi so that they could maintain replevin against B. without demand. Albright v. Browne. Supreme Court of Oregon, 107 Pacific 458. Marking Boundaries The federal statutes require that, when a dis covery has been made within the limits of the claim sought to be taken, the location be distinctly marked on the ground", so that the boundaries may readily be traced, and that the record of the location shall contain the names of the loca tors, etc., and such a description of the claim, by reference to some na tural or permanent monument, as will Identify the claim. Held, that the requirements of Mill's' Ann. St. Sec. 3136, that before filing a location cer tificate, a notice on such claim, and marking the surface boundaries with substantial posts at each angle, of the claim, are not invalid as in conflict with the federal statute, but merely adds to its general terms, as by in ference it had the right to do by Rev. St. Sections 2322, 2324, (U. S. Comp. St. 1901, pp. 1425, 1426). Saxton v. Perry. Supreme Court ot Colorado, 107 Pacific 281. Requisites to Relocation Laws 1899, c. 45, is entitled "An act provid ing for the manner of locating and holding lode and placer miningclaims, prescribing authority of mining dis tricts," and; Section 1 prescribes the duties of the discoverer of the lode; Section 2 requires him, before filing notice of discovery, to locate this claim by sinking a discovery shaft upon the lode to the depth of ten feet; Section 8 provides that the re location of forfeited or abandoned quartz or lode claims "shall only be made by sinking a new discovery shaft and fixing new boundaries in the same manner and to the same ex tent as is required in making a new location," or sinking the original dis coyerv shaft ten feet deeper than it was: and Section 9 provides that the provision herein relating to discovery shafts shall not apply to any mining location west of the summit of the Cascade mountains. .Held, that Section 9 applied to relocation of for feited or abandoned quartz claims un der Section S, as well as to original locations, so as to excuse the sinking of a discovery shaft upon relocation of a forfeited or abandoned claim west of the summit of the Cascade mountains. National Mill. & Min Co v. Piccolo. Supreme Court of Wash ington, 107 Pacific 353. Court At Tombstone. The following prisoners were ar ranged and entered pleas: Julian Vasquez, indicted for bur glary, not guilty; Lucas Acedo, as sault, not guilty: Joe Walker, grand larceny, not guilty; Carlos Varleas, assault with a deadly weapon, not guily; Juan Herrera and Manuel Ochea, indicted for burglary, with drew pleas of not guilty and entered pleas of guilty; George August, Sr., and Susana, grand larceny, not guilty: W. L. Grant, grand larceny, not guilty; Francisco Luna, assault, not guilty. An Ideal Husband is patient, even with a nagging wife, for he knows she heeds help. She may be so nervous and run-down in health that trifles annoy her. If she is melancholy, excitable, troubled with loss of appetite, headache, sleeplessness, constipation or fainting and dizzy spells, she needs Electric Bitters-the most wonderful remedy for ailing women. Thousands of sufferers from female troubles, nerv ous troubles, backache and weak kidneys have used them and become healthy and happy. Try them. Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by A. C. Co. drug department. Mysterious Offer is Still Insisted on. Advices from Boston announce that the Western Development companv, which toóft óvfer tüé assets of the balled firm of Otto Heinze & Co. , is still in communication with holders of United Copper, preferred stock; and is seeking the execution of agree ments whereby these slbckhoiderí árec to deliver their stock, share for share, in exchange for Anaconda. Checks for $1, drawn on the Colum bia Trust company of New York, rtn'á signed by Calvin O. Oefcf, second Vice pres'dent, and Horace G. Abell, treas urer of the Western Development company are being sent to holders of the preferred stock as "binders" for agreements that are Pnclésed to' ignatur!: ?te titár.íL agreement is accompanied by an explanation signed by Mr. Geer, as vice president, which is as follows: "Enclosed pleased find 91, also agreement regarding your tínited Copper preferred stock. fttndiy execllté ydür copy, acknowledge same before a notary public and return as soon as possible So that we can get busy and put the maüef through successfully to oftr mutual satis faction, we hope." The agreement obligates the United Copper preferred, 'stockholders to de liver lo the Western Development company, its successors or assigns, shares of the preferred stock of the United Copper company In exchange for an equal number of shares of Anaconda, provided the exchange is made on or before July 31, next. The officials of the Western Devel opment company refuse to explain the purpose of the offer or to tell what reason, if any, they have for assuming that they may be able to exchange United Copper preferred for Anaconda on any such basis as is mentioned. Mesa Canal is Sold. At a meeting of the directors of the Mesa Canal company held last week, the property of the company was formally transferred to the gov eminent-, In pursuance to a sale made some weeks ago, and the prop erty is now a part of the possessions of Uncle Sam. Notice of Sheriff's sale. In The District Court of The Fifth Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for the County ot branam. Under and by virtue of an execu tion issued out of the District Court of the Fifth Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and fot he (Jounty of Graham, on the 18th day ot April, 1U10, on a judgment recov ered in said Court in the suit of the First National Bank of Clifton, Ari zona, a corporation, against J. H Dial, Max Arhelger and R. J. Duna gan, for the sum of Fifteen Hundred Six and No 100, Dollars, principle, ana asioU.bU attorney tee, witn inter est at tne rate oí í per cent, per tnnum until paid, on the principle, and interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum on the attorney fee, and $13.70 costs and disbursements, it the date ot said judgment and ac cruing costs, (Clerks $3.45) as appears 'O us ot recora. And whereas the judgment roll in he action in which said judgment as entered is filed in the Clerks Office of said Court, in the said Jounty of Graham, and said judg ment was docketed in said Clerks iffice in the said Coiinty, on the 6th lay of April, 1910, by which saiti -xecution Í am required to make the said sum of money cut of the prop erty of the said judgement debitor's, i have this day levied on the follow ' eg real estate, towit: All the right, title, and interest of R. J. Dunagan. .n and to, all that portion of Lot No 15, of the Townsite of San Francisco, in the County of Graham, Territory if Arizona, bounded and described as ollowu, to-wit: Begining at the iortheast corner of said lot No. 45, tnd running thence along the north ine of said lot a distance of 25 feet: hence southerly 50 feet more or less, .o a point on the south line of said ot 25 feet in a westerly direction rom the S E. corner of said lot; hence easterly along the south line if said lot, 25 feet to the southeast orner of said lot; thence northerly long the east line of said lot 50 feet nore or less, to the place of begin iing, together with the two-story irick building at present on above lescribed portion of said lot. Also all the right, title and inter st of the said R. J. Dunagan, in and o that certain portion and part of t'riangular Fration, lode mining ;laim, described as follows, towit: eginning at a point on line 6-7 Rat ler lode, survey 1792 A, being south 9 deg. 28 min 41.10 feet from corner i ot said lode, and also from corner 4-1840, Triangular Fraction lode, hence north 71 deg. 57 min. east, 105.08 feet betweeh the saloon and -tore buildings; thence south 18 deg. 13 min. east 78 55 feet; thence north 5 deg. 58 min. west, 14.02 feet to cor ner 7-1792 A, Rattler lode: thence north 69 deg. 28-min. west, 117.75 feet to place of beginning: containing ).I01 acres; that said claim is situated near Metcalf, in Greenlee Gold Moun ain Mining District, County of Gra nam, Territory of Arizona, that the location notice thereof is recorded in the office of the County Recorder of the County of Graham, afoiesaid, in book 17 Record of Mines, page 9, and designated as mineral application No. 889, and mineral suryey No. 1840. Notion is hereby given that on Sat urday the 4th day of June, 1910, an 3:30 o'clock in the afternoon of sairl day, at the front door of the Cour' House in Solomon ville, in said Gra ham County, I will in obedience to said execution, sell the above de scribed property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plain tiffs said judgment, and all costs at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash, gold coin of the United States. Given under my band this 19th day of April. 1910. A. A. ANDERSON, Sheriff of Graham Count'. By Frank Richardson. Deputy. 5-13-6-3 rhamhprlain's Stomar.h and T.ivir Tablets will t-lpar the snnr stnmarh sweeten the breath and create a healthy appetite. They promote the How of gastric juice, thereby infiuciug oort digestion, sold oy ail druggists. Little Willie Say, pa, what i worldly wisdom? Pa Worldly wisdom, my son, is a perfect knowledge of the failings of our neighbors. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION 'ip THIS KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS BUILDING CORPORATION. Known AU Men Bv These Presents, that we, C. P DUun, L.A. W. Burtcbfltid C. A. Van Dorn have this day associated ourselves together for the purpose of forming a Corporation under the Laws of the Territory of Arizona, aud we do hereby certify and adopt the following Articles of incorporation. J. The nanie of this corporation shall be the "Knights of Pvthias Buildiue Corporation" and the principal place for the transaction of the business of the said Corporation shall be at Clifton, Graham County, Territoiy of Arizona II. The general nature of the business pro posed to be transacted i to acquire possession of, aud titles to feat estate, houses, and all things pertinent to the use and benefits of said real estáte áUd hoüsps to purchase, own aud seli reai estate of all kinds, td rent property owned by the Corporation, and, generally do and perform auy ánd all acts necessary or in cidental to its busiuess aforesaid. III. That the amount of the Capital Stock of this Corporation shall be, aud is. Fifteen Thous and Dollars, divided into Three Thousand Shares of the par value of Five Dbllars each. The said Capital Stock to be placed in the treasury Hf Said Corporation and be issued from tide to time, in such amounts as the Board of Directors may deem necessary for the purchase of property or development of the property of this Corporation, and w hen so issued, to be fully paid and forever non-asses6abie. IV. The time oi the commcucetrcut of this Corporation shall be the dal of the Aliiigof these Articles for record in the office of the Auditor of the Territory of Artziua, and the termination thereof shall be twenty-iive years thereafter, unless renewed pursuant to the Laws of the Territory of Arizona. V. The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted by n "Board of Three Directors, all the tnttobers of wh;h shull btj shareholders of this corporation, and shall be elected at the An nual Meeting of the Shareholders on the first Friday in March In each year: aud the said Board of Directors shall elect from their own number the following officers to-wit; Presi dent, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer Tub Board bf Directors shall adopt by laws which shall define the duties of said officers, and the time of their election, the time of the meeting of such Board aud such other matters as the 'Board of Directors may deem proper The members of the Board of Directors for the current year and until their successors are elected' aud qualified, arc: C. P. Dunn, L. A. W. Burlch and C. A. Van Dorn, VI. The It ghest umouut of indebtedness, director contingent, to which tfiis corporation may at any time subject itself shall iu no case exceed an amount equal to Sixty-six and Two thirds (66a) per ceut. of the Capital Stock at tbe time the obligation i.s incurred. VII. Tbe private property of the sharehold ers shall be exempt from all corporate debts and liabilities! VIII. These Articles of incorporation may be amended at any Annual Meeting of the shareholders, or at any Special Meetlug called for that purpose, by a vote of two-thirds of the shares of this Corporation then issued, in favor of such amendment. lu Wituess Whereof, we have hereunto set our hands und seals, this 11th day of March. A. D. 1910. (Seal) & P. DUNN CSet.1) L. A. W. BTJRTCH (Seal) C. A. VAN DORN Territory of Arizoua, I Couuty of Graham, "f Before me. Jas. H. Kerby, a Notary Public in and for the said County of Graham, Territory of Arizoua, ou this day personally appeared C. P. Dunn, L. A. W. Burtch and C. A. Van Dorn. known to me to be the persons who suh.-eribed to the foregoing instrument, aud acknowledged to me that they executed the said instrument for the purposes aud consideration therein ex pressed. Given under my hand and official seal of office this 1-Hb day of March, A. D. 1910. (Seal) JAS H. KERBY, Notary Public. My Commission expires July 25, 1910. Recorder's Office.) Graham Cuuuty, Ariz.j Filed (or record the 25th day of March, 1910, a i. 9 o'clock A. M. and record od in Book S Articles of Incorporation ou Pages 56-7 at the request of C. A. Van Doru. D. H. CLARIDGE, 5-5-6-9 Couuty Recorder. For His Sake "My husband begged me to take Cardui," writes Mat tie L. Bishop, of Waverly, Va., "and for his sake 1 a greed to try it Before I had taken 1 bottle, I felt better. "Before taking Cardui I suffered miserably every month and had to go to bed until it wore off, but now I am all right" E 50 The Woman's Tonic You know Cardui will help you, because it has helped others who were in the same fix as you. It is not only a medi cine for sick women, but a tonic for weak women. Being made from mild, gentle, vegetable ingredi ents, it is perfectly harm less and has no bad after-effects. Cardui can be relied upon to help you. Trv it todav. At all druggists. promptly obtained in all eountrit's OR NO FEE. TRADE-MARKS, 'aveatsaiid Copyrights retfi-lMrel- Send Sketch. Model or I'boto, for FREE REPORT on patentability. Patent pract ice exdmdmlT. bank references. Send 2 cents in stamps for Invaluable book on HOW TO OBTAIN and SELL PATENTS, Which ones will pav. How to iret r uartner. patent law and other valuable mloruiation. D. SWIFT & CO. PATENT LAWYERS. L303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C. SÜAHÜÜ 5 i DON'T FORCET THAT I A. M. TURNERS f Hay, Grain, Wood UMU WVUI Mine Run Coal at $ I 2 a Ton FRESH fi i WHITE CORN MEAL K if Run at Home Every Week. g g Hill's Addition. PHONE 483 S VflfW WSfifSf VfiU'H'KP Wifif fl THE Clifton Tailor Shop High Class Tailoring, Cleaning and Repairing Ladies' Work a Specialty. Suits to Order $18.00 tip. Oppoi te Clifton Motel DRY GOODS Notions, Boots and Shoes A Complete Linean Every Particular PRICES RIGHT THE WhiLe House Rabenowitz & Burman, Props. Chase - - - Creek J. O. PHILLIPS The .Popular TailoivgsO Chase Creek, Opp. Manilla Hotel AGENT JLOI WILDER BROS. CELEBRATED SHIRTS COLLARS AND CUFFS Oar Suits Made to Order Show the Highest Art Tailoring. Repairing Cleaning DEW DROP LOU MORRIS, Propr. During the warm weather we have on pxhihitiotv among other curiosities, the smallest schooner in town. Decoctions Compounded Night or Day by the most Polite and Affable Mixolo gists on the Western Slope. Informa tion furnished about the Bear Dens of the Mogollons and Trout Ponds of N. M. C. F. PASCOE Fnneral Director and Embalm" EAST SIDE, CLIFTON, CLIFTON, ARIZONA ALWAYS (IN HAND Oofli us, Caskets and Metals DR. H. A. SCHELL EYE SPECIALIST ;6 N. Stone Ave. TUCSON, ARIZ, Next Visit to Clifton in February. W.C. BLANK, - - Clifton Shoe Shop. Boots and shoes mde to order w Repair wnrb done prnmptlv and neai'v 4 ARI7nNA n:lPPFK C.Í) I trl ' 0 SUPPLY WAREHOUSE Complete Line of Hardware Mining Supplies Wine Rails r.