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PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, AUGUST i6, 1905.
APPLICATION TOE PATENT. on Black Diamond lode bra. n. 34 degs.
' .OS mins. e. 1500 ft., from s. e. c. Vein
United States Land Office, Prescott, I on Norfolk lode brs. n. 34 degs. .03
Arizona, July 17, 1905. mins- e- 1500 f from 3- e- c
Notice is hereby given that in pur-j The Black Diamond lode is bound
suance of the Act of Congress ap-1 ed on the s. w. by sur. o. 1236 Clip-
SAID TO BE INSANE.
Eeport That Tom Williams Is Mentally
per lode, all the rest of the claim is
bounded by U. S. land. This claim is
located on unsurveyed land, approxi
mately in t. 11, n. r. 1 w. Pine Grove
mining dist., Yavapai county, Arizona.
Notice of location of the Black
Diamond lode is recorded in book 57
of mines, page 241, in the office of the
county recorder of Yavapai county,
Arizona. Notiee of the location of the
Norfolk lode is recorded in book 57
of mines, page 242, of said county re
cords. FEN S. HUVDBETH, Register.
First pub... July 19, wlOt.
APPLICATION FOE PATENT.
proved May 10, 1872, the Bainbow
Gold Mining Company, by F. A. Bow
man, its attorney-in-fact, whose post of
fice address is Crown King, Arizona,
has made application for a United
States patent for 1500 linear feet of the
Oasis, and 1500 linear feet of the Echo
lodes mining claims, bearing gold and
silver, situated in Pine Grove mining
district, Yavapai county, Arizona, and
described in the official plat and field
notes on file in this office as survey
No. 2055 as follows, to wit:
OASIS LODE Beginning at cor. No.
1, identical with the location and
with cor. No. 4, Echo lode of this sur
vey, a granite i-ione 8x10x24 ins., set
12 ins. in the ground with mound of
stones, chiseled O-1-2055, whence U. S.
M. M. No. 1, P. G. M. D. brs. s. 45
degs. 20 mins. e. 3932.3S feet; an oak
tree 5 ins. diameter scribed X-B-T-O-1-2055
brs. s. 41 degs. 00 mins. w. 12 ft.
A X-B-B-O-l-2055 chiseled on rock in
place brs. n. 63 degs. .00 mins. e. 14.7
ft., thence n. 22 degs. 54 mns. e. 1500
ft. to cor. No. 2. thence n. 67 degs. .06
mins. w. 550 ft. to cor. No. 3, thence s.
24 degs. 49 mins. w. 1500.S4 ft. to cor.
No. 4, thence s. 67 degs. .06 mins. e.
00 ft. to cor. No. 1, the place of be
ginning, j the St. Louis lode, and 1500 linear feet
ECHO LODE Beginning at cor. No. j of the Lane Lo4e mining claims, bear
1, identical with the s. e. cor. of the ing gold and silver, situated in Peck
location, a granite stone 7x7x24 ins., i mining district, Yavapai county, Ari
tvith mound of stones, chiseled E-l-2055, 1 zona, and described in official plat and
whence U. S. M. JL No. 1 P. G. brs. I field notes on file in this office as sur
s. 41 degs. 34 mins. e. 3382.2 ft. a' vey No. 2053 as follows, to wit:
United States Land Office, Prescott,
Ariz., July 17, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that in pursu
ance of the Act of Congress, approved
May 10th, 1872, the Bainbow Gold Min
ing Co. by F. A. Bowman, its attorney
in fact, whose post office address is
Crown King, Arizona, has made appli
cation for a United States patent
for 1500 linear feet of the Baymond
Ely lode, 1500 linear feet of the Bain
bow lode, 1500 linear feet of the Bain
bow No. 2, lode; 1500 linear feet of
(From Saturday's Daily.)
News reached Prescott late last
night that Tom Williams, who for the
past four months has been employed in
the vicinity of Stanton, this county,
was under arrest because of symptoms
of insanity, and would be brought
here today from his home in that dis
trict. Williams is one of the well known
old miners of this section, and for
years past has been in the employ of
various people in this locality. He
is about sixty years of age, and the
report of his having become mentally
deranged is a surprise to all of his old
acquaintances in Prescott.
It was announced that Deputy
Sheriff Oliphant would arrive in Pres
cott with his prisoner today.
The details of his sudden illness are
not known, but upon his examination
before the probate court the facts will
be made public
pine tree 10 ins. diam. scribed X-B-T-E-1-2055
brs. s. 23 degs. .00 mins. e. 24.2
ft. A X-B-B-E-l-2055, chiseled on
Tock in place brs. n. 77 degs. 10 mins.
w. 8.8 ft. thence n. 22 degs. 54 mins.
e. 1500 ft. to cor. No. 2, thence n.
67 degs. .06 mins. w. 600 ft. to cor. No.
3, thence s. 22 degs. 54 mins. w. 1500
ft. to cor. No. 4, thence s. 67 degs. .06
mins. e. 600 ft. to cor. No. 1, the place
Variation at all corners, 14 degs. e.
Total and net area Oasis lode, 19.80
acres. Total area Echo lode, 20.661
acres; less conflict with Crown Point
lode, survey No. 1235, 0.918 acres; net
area Echo lode, 19.743 acres.
Vein on Oasis lode brs. n. 22 degs. 54
mins. e. 1500 ft. from s. e. c.
Vein on Echo lode, brs. s. 22 degs. 54
mins. w. 1500 ft. from n. e. c.
This claim is bounded on the east by
survey No. 1235, Crown Point lode and
U. S. Land, and on all other sides by
U. B. land. Tnis claim is located on
unsurveyed land approximately in 1. 11,
n. r. 1, w., Pine Grove mining district,
Yavapai county, Arizona.
Notice of location of the Oasis lode
is recorded in Book 63 of mines, page
327, in the office of the county record
er of Yavapai county, Arizona.
Notice of location of the Echo lode
is recorded in Book 60 of mines, page
288 of said county records.
FEN S. HILDBETH, Register.
First publication, July 19, wlOt.
APPLICATION POB PATENT.
United States Land Office, Prescott,
Arizona, July 17, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of the Act of Congress, approv
ed May 10, 1872, the Bainbow Gold
Mining Company, by F. A. Bowman, its ' feet to cor. No. 3, thence n. 16 degs. 49
-attorney in fact, whose post office ad
dress is Crown King, Arizona, has
BAYMOND ELY LODE Beginning
at cor. No. 1, identical with the n. w.
cor. of the location. A slate stone
4x12x24 ins., set 12 ins. in the ground.
with mound of stones, chiseled B-E-l-
2053, whence U. S. L. M. No. 2053 brs.
n. 73 degs. 42 mins. w 138 feet, thence
s. 18 degs. 15 mins. w. 1500 ft. to cor.
No. 2, thence s. 71 degs. 45 mins .e. 600
ft. to cor. No. 3, thence n. 18 degs. 15
mins. e. 1500 ft. to cor. No. 4, thence
n. 71 degs. 45 mins. w. 600 ft. to cor.
No. 1, the place of beginning.
BAINBOW LODE Beginning at cor,
No. 1, identical with the n. vr. cor. of
the location, a granite stone, 8x14x24
ins., set 12 ins. in the ground, chiseled
B-l-2053, whence U. S. L. M No. 2053,
brs. N. 29 degs. 16 mins. e. 874.26 ft.,
thence s. 17 degs. 18 mins. w. 1500 ft.
to cor. No. 2, thence s. 71 degs. 45
mins. e. 600 ft. to cor. No. 3, thence
n. 17 degs. 18 mins . e. 1508 ft. to cor.
No. 4, thence n. 71 degs. 45 mins- w.
600 ft. to cor. No. 1, the place of be
BAINBOW No. 2 LODE Beginning
at cor. No. 1, a slate stone 8xSx30 ins.,
set 15 ins .i nthe ground, chiseled B-
No. 2-1-2053, whence U. S. L. M. No.
2053 brs. n. 21 degs. 43 mins. e. 2362.
59ft. thence s. 5 degs. 00 mins. c. 1500ft.
to cor. No 2, thence s. 71 degs. 45 mins.
e. 600 ft. to cor. No. 3, thence n. 5 degs.
00 mins. w. 1500 ft. to cor. No. 4,
thence n. 71 degs. 45 mins. w. 600 feet
to cor. No. 1, the place of beginning.
ST. LOUIS LODE Beginning at cor.
No. 1, identical with the n. w. cor. of
the location, a granite stone 10x12-24
ins., set 12 ins. in the ground, whence
U. S. L. M No. 2053 brs. n. 11 degs.
23 mins. e. 3763.2 feet, thence s. 16
degs. 49 mins. w. 1500 ft. to cor. No.
thence s. 71 degs. 45 mins. e. 600
made application for a United States
patent for 1500 linear feet of the Black
Diamond and 1500 linear feet of the
Norfolk lodes mining claims, bearing
gold and silver, situated in Pine Grove
Mining District, Yavapai county, Ari
T.ona, and described in the official plat
and field notes on file in this office as
survey No. 2054, as follows, to wit:
BIACK DIAMOND, beginning at
cor. No. 1, identical with the s. e. cor.
of the location, a granite stone, 12xl4x
26 ins., set 14 ins. in the ground, chis
eled B-D-l-2054, whence V. S. M. M.
No. 1, P. G. brs. s. IS degs. 39 mins. w.
3416.13 ft., a pine tree, 18 ins. diam.
scribed X-B-T-B-D-l-2054, brs. n. 14
degs. w. 37 ft., thence n. 34 degs. .08
mins. e. 1500 ft. to cor. No. 2, thence
n. 41 degs. 30 mins. w. 600 ft. to cor.
No. 3, thence s. 34 degs. .OS mins. w.
1500 ft. to cor. No. 4, thence s. 41 degs.
30 mins. e. 600 ft. to cor. No. 1, the
plaoe of beginning.
NORFOLK Beginning at cor. No.
1, identical with the s. w. cor. of the
location, a granite stone 10x10x24 ins.,
12 ins. in the ground chiseled N.l
1 "!. whence U. S. M. M. No. 1, P. G.
1 s. 22 degs. 24 mins. 30 sees. w.
4 G feet, thence n. 34 degs. .03 mins.
1500 ft. to cor. No. 2, thence s. 53
.js. 52 mins. e. 600 ft. to cor. No. 3,
thence s. 34 degs. .OS mins. w. 1500 ft.
to cor. No. 4, thence n. 55 degs. 52
2i;ins. w. 600 ft. to cor. No. 1. the place
r beginning. Variation at all cor
ner, 14 degs. e.
Total and net area. Black Diamond
3ode, 20.015 acres. Total and net
araa Norfolk lode, 20.GC1 acres. Vein
mins. e. 1500 ft. to cor. No. 4, thence
n. 71 degs. 45 mins. w. 600 ft. to cor.
No. 1, the place of beginning.
LANE LODE Beginning at cor. No.
1, identical with the n. w. cor. of the
loc, a granite stone 8x10x26 ins., set
12 ins. in the ground, chiseled L-l-2053,
whence U. S. L. M. No. 2053, brs. n.
42 degs. 13 mins. e. 1674.72 feet, thence
s. 35 degs. .07 mins. w. 1500 feet to
cor. No. 2, thence s. 58 degs. 42 mins.
e 600 ft. to cor. No. 3. thence n. 35
degs. .07 mins. e. 1500 ft. to cor. No.
4, thence n. 58 degs. 42 mins. w. 600
ft. to cor. No. 1, the place of beginning.
Variation at all corners, 14 degs c.
Total area, Baymond Ely lode. 20.
661 acres, less area in conflict with
Bainbow lode of this sur.. 4.389 acres:
net area, Raymond Ely lode, 16.272
Total area, Rainbow lode, 20.63S
acres, area in conflict with Raymond
Ely lode of this sur.. not exed. 4.S
acres; less area n conflict with Lane
lode of this snr., 0.131 acres; net area,
Rainbow lode, 20.527 acres.
Total and net area, Rainbow No. 2
lode. 18.983 acres; total and net area.
St. Louis lode, 20.654 acres: iital -ip'1
net area Lane lode. 20.615 acres.
Total net area nf lode cliim. !T.05l
acres. Raymond Ely IcdgL- bears n.
18 degs. 15 mins. c. 1500 ft. from s. c. c.
Rainbow ledge brs. n. 17 degs. 13 mins.
e. 1500 ft. from c. c. Ra ltlotv No 2
ledge brs. n. 3 deal, w. 1300 ft. from
s. e. c. St. Luiij ledge !rs. n. 16
degs. 49 mins. e. 1500 ft. from s. e. c.
Lane ledge brs. n. "J3 deg.. .W min. e.
1590 ft. from s. e. , Tli:s rJaim is
bou-ded on all sides by IJ.iit I Stat?s
land, and is Hitiuited on unitrvevoil 1
land approximately in t. 11, n. r 1 v.
Peck mining di-striri, Yavapai entity,
Notice of location of the Raymond
Ely lode is recorded in Book 66 of
mines, page 537 in the office of the
county recorder of Yavapai county,
Arizona. Notice of location of the
Bainbow lode is recorded in Book 60
of mines, page 195. The notice of
location of the Bainbow No. 2 lode is
recorded in Book 60 of mines, page
426; notice of location of St. Louis
lode is recorded in Book 66 of mines,
page 53S, and the notice of location
of the Lane lode is recorded in Book
66 of mines, page 536 of said county
FEN S. HILDRETH, Register.
First publication, July 19-wlOt
DEATH PREFERRED TO CHRONIC was empty, and upon entering he loolc-
SiUiUNiuSS. ed around, and onenino- i,imn ..
i ' b --
er, where he kept a revolver, found
Prescott, Ariz., June 15, 1905.
To Brainerd T. Judkins, his heirs
and assigns. You are hereby notified
that the undersigned has, during the
year 1904, expended the following sum
of money, viz., $500, in labor and lm
provements upon the Jack Rabbit min
ing claim, recorded m Book 45 of
Mines, pages 9 to 11, records of Ya
vapai County, Territory of Arizona,
and the Badger mining claim, record
ed in Book 38 of Mines, at page 468,
same records; and the yueen of Hills
mining claim, recorded in Book 43 of
Mines, page 193, same records; and
the Turk mining claim, recorded in
Book 43 of Mines at page 96, same re
cords, and the Leo mining claim, re
corded in Book 55 of Mines, at page
333, same records, in order to hold said
claims under the provisions of section
2324, Revised Statutes of the United
States, and amendments thereto, con
cernmg annual labor upon mining
claims, it being the amount required to
hold said claims for the period ending
December 31st of the year 1904, said
mining claims being located near the
Augua Fria river, Copper Mountain
Mining District, Yavapai Co'unty,
And if, after ninety davs from the
last publication of this notice, you fail
or refuse to contribute your portion of
said expenditure as co-owner, your in
terest in said Jack Rabbit, Badger,
Queen of Hills, Turk and Leo min
ing claims will be forfeited, and be
come the property of the undersigned.
your co-owners, who have made the re
quired expenditures, by the terms of
said section 2324
R. H. BBUCE.
MRS. KATE BRUCE.
First publication, June 25. 1905.
fline Warning Notices.
Notice i herebr civen that the nirnpin nf
the Aztec King R-oup of claims owned by
the Aztec King Gold aud Copper Co., and
located about niu miles below Mayer, in
Big Bug mining diitrict. will not be rcRnon.
sible for debts of a.v kind eontnirtiri fnr In.
oor ana improven.nts of said property
while it U bein2 worked undpr hnnd nnrl
M. E. SI PLDING.
2-2t-tf distant Treasurer.
No'ice is hereby c .ven tht nlthpr thp
undersigned, nor the ztec, Fairview. Mau
melle. Silver Trail. . E. Thorne. Lillian
or Nellie D. mining el lims, generally known
as the Sun Dunce grot p, situate in Hassay
ampa mining district, Yavapai county. Ari
zona Territory, will be responsible for any
debt contracted or expenses incurred by
the Western Trust fc Gu iranty Company of '
Chicago. Illinois, or by the Reliance Gold
Mining Company, undei a lease and con
tract authorizing the here'nbefore mention,
ed parties to operate said properties. J. H.
Dated Prescott. Ariznix. Dmmhrr Ifl. i
1M. Dec :-tf
(Fram Friday's Daily.)
All that was mortal of the late
Mrs. E. S. Green was tenderly laid to
rest yesterday afternoon in the city
cemetery. Services over the deceased
were held at the unaertaking parlors
of H. M. Maus & Co., where words of
consolation to the bereaved ones and
sorrowing friends were spoken by Fa
The inquest held yesterday morning
before Justice Talbot, acting as cor
oner, developed the tact that the un
fortunate woman ended her life with
a shot that penetrated the upper sec
tion of the heart, causing almost in
stant death. The weapon used was
32-calibre pistol of the bulldog pattern
The position of the body when found
indicated that she fired the shot while
in a stooping posture, and then fell
over on her face. The corpse was
discovered in a nook in the rocks near
ly at the top of the hill, between a pine
and an oak tree, directly opposite the
The inquest was conducted with de
Iicacy and tact, the bereaved husband
not being asked to testify owing to his
intense 'grief, which had partlv de
ranged his mind.
The maiden name of the deceaed
was Eveline Murphy, and she is a na
tive of Monterey, California, where she
was reared until her marriage six
years ago. Her relatives are promi
nent people there, and her grandmo
ther owns a large landed estate in the
vicinity of Monterey county. Shortly
atter the birth ot her son hve years
ago she became afflicted with a malady
in the nature of a tumor. Money
without stint has been spent by her
husband during the ensuing years to
relieve her, and twice she has been iu
the hospital to submit to operations.
which were of no avail. She was in
this condition when she came to
Prescott, where it was hoped that the
change of climate would benefit her.
She has been a close companion of
Mrs. C. L. Matthew, wife of the chef
of the Yavapai club, who came here
with Mr. Green, with whom he has
been associated for the past twelve
years. For the past two weeks Mrs.
Matthew has noticed at times that her
friend was acting peculiarly, and on
several occasions, upon missing her,
has found her wandering in the hills in
the vicinity of the spot where the un
lortunate trageilv occurred. It was
natural that her steps should be bent
in that direction, as the ladies were
accustomed to spend the afternoon often
in the identical place where Mrs,
Green ended her life.
They were together early Wednes
day afternoon, when Mrs. Green bought
some silk at the B. B. store to do some
embroidery work, a form of recreation
of which she was fond. Evidently at
that time the thought of self-destruc
tion had not entered her mind. Then
they went to the .office of a dentist,
where Mrs. Matthew had an engage
ment. Mrs. Green left, saying that
site could not bear to witness the pain
which her friend was apparently suf
fering. Going to the Yavapai club she
asked Mr. Matthew for a drink of wa
ter, and when she left was in a cheer
ful condition, and stated that she
was going home to take a nap. That
evening at 6.30 o'clock Mr. Matthew
telephoned his Wife, asking why she
did not come to supper, and she re
plied that she was waiting for Mrs.
Green. Later on he again phoned
and received the same reply.
Incidentally he stated the facts to
Mr. Green, and the two men went to
the Callcry house, where both families
have apartments. Mr. Green s room
that it was missing. Then he suspect
ed that something was wrong, and the
two men and Chester Lovelace, an at
tache at the club, started out to search
the hills beyond West Prescott. They
covered the ground thoroughly in the
vicinity of Murphy's drive, but find
ing no trace of the woman, returned to
Upon reaching home the information
was given them that Mrs. Green was
seen passing the Catholic church early
that evening. Matthew and Lovelace
and two neighbors started out in the
direction of the hill opposite the rail
road, and divided into two parties,
with an agreement to meet at certain
points. It was after ten o'clock then
but the moonlight made objects easily
ihey met once without any result,
but at the second meeting the two par
lies came simultaneously upon the
body. The woman's arms were over
her face, and they did not know then
by what means she had committed
self-destruction. A bonfire was lit
in order to guide the coroner to the
spot, and the parties came to town and
notified Justice Talbot and the sheriff':
office. It was not until nearly
o'clock yesterday morning that the
remains were deposited in the morgue.
The husband in the meantime was in
the care of friends, and was in a dis
traded and hysterical condition, an
j or pruueniiai reasons ne was not in
formed of the awful truth until sev
eral hours later. Since that time he
has been out of his mind, and was un
able to recognize Mr. Matthew and
other friends. To avoid the result
that might follow from a prolonged
suspense, it was decided to have the
funeral yesterday. Last night he was
gradually regaining his normal condi
tion, and it is hoped that the crisis is
One of the pathetic features of the
affair was the farewell note left by the
unfortunate woman. It was written
partly in ink and partly in pencil on
a leaf iu the middle of a tablet of
writing paper, and was not found until
after the searchers had returned from
their first expedition to West Prescott.
It read thus:
I am tired and going away. No
body to blame. Mrs. Matthew dress
Jack. Mrs. Matthew burn up the
dirty clothes. Do not tell Jack what
has happened. Do not let him see
In searching yesterday among old
letters of the deceased, to learn the
names of her relatives, a letter was
found which contained the information
that two aunts of the young woman
were in the insane asylum
The expressions heard everywhere on
the street manifest a genuine and
heartfelt sympathy for the heart
stricken husband in his sad bereave
ment of a wife whom he devotedlv lov
ed. His friend, Mr. Matthew, stated
last evening that he never saw a couple
happier in each other's company, and
more devoted to each other.
The tragedy has cast a gloom over
the entire community, and was the
sole topic of conversation yesterday,
the news of which exclusively appear
ed in the Journal-Miner.
WORK IS STARTED ON NEW TTTTA
(From Saturday's Daily.)
Sheriff Walter Brown, of Mohave
county is a visitor in Prescott, and was
csterday kept busy shaking hands
with many of his friends here who have
known him intimately for years past.
He tells of the best of conditions in
his section of the territory, and says
that section is prosperous in all lines
(From Thursday's Daily.)
Work on the new Head building' di
rectly north of the post office on Cor
tez street, was begun in earnest yes
terday. The under foundation for the
new structure was laid last year, and
was allowed to become thoroughly sei
soned through the winter, and is now-
settled and in excellent condition.
Brick was yesterday being deliv
ered to the lot upon which Mr. Head
is to rush h is new building, and it is
an open secret that he has already
received several proposals from pro
spective tenants who want the lower
floor. The iron for the front of the
new building is on the ground, having;
been purchased last year, and shipped
to Prescott at the same time as the iron
work for the Elks' building wis
While it is not certain whether tha
new structure will be finished this
summer, the lower portion of the build
ing will be constructed without further
delay. The plans provide for a three
story building on much the same lines,
as the present Head house, and all
the work will be done with this in
view, whether the entire building is
completed or whether the upper floors
are allowed to remain uncompleted
until next season.
Tke new building is to be put up in
the very best possible manner, and will
prove a handsome addition to the busi
ness section of the city. Upon its
completion it is not unlikely that the
post office building and the present
Head house will connect with it
through the upper portion, making a
continuous series of offices and lodg
ings with hall connections, all prac
tically UDiIer one roof.
For the reason that it is not yet
known how much of the new structure
is to be finished this season its approx
imate cost cannot be given. The draw
ing of the completed structure made
by Architect Minor that is to be
seen in the store room of the Head
house indicates that in appearance it
will be very much the same as tho
neighboring building. If finished
on the interior the same as the Head
house it will be one of the handsomest
of the many god buildings in the city.
Hardwod floors, metallic ceilings, and
the best and latest fittings throughout
will mean an expensive structure, but
to conform with the building adjoin
ing, this will be the style of the inte
Barring delay in the delivery of
materia, work on the new building
will be continued without interruption
until the first floor shall have been
completed. By that time it will be
decided whether the one story will be
roofed over for this season, or whether
the entire building is to be finished
before the winter sets in.
THE COPPER HANDBOOK.
business. He will remain in and
about Prescott for another day or two. I man engaged in copper mining.
Horace J. Stevens, the Houghton,
Michigan, copper expert, has just is
sued the 1905 edition of the Copper
Handbook, a most useful publication,
which gives a description of every cop
per mine in the world, besides an in
troductory treatise on the history, geo
logy, chemistry and mineralogy, metal
lurgy, and uses of copper, with a glos
sary of mining terms. It also contains
some valuable statistics on the copper
production in the various states and
countries. The new edition of the
Copper Handbook has been revised.
and brought down to date, containing
much additional information not
found in previous editions. It is an
indispcnsible publication for every
IligBug. Ar....Feb. 14. Itm. ,
- j n - - - . in Mic uuciuui
Minn III Hirr Hnrr Mintrtrr TV-trlr. VnP.in.it
county, Arizona, now bei ig worked under
lease by A. C. McLean anl others, that the
Butternut Mine or the B'ltternnt Gold &
Couper Mining Co., is not tthe held rt-spun.
ible for Rny debts contracted by the parties
working said Butternut Mil - under lease.
General Manager of the B.itternut Go'ld &
Copper Mining Co. 2-15tfw
F. E. BUR LING A VI F & Co
ASSAY OFFICE crBOcS0L
Established in Colorado, 1868. Samples by
mail or express receive prompt and careful
nttention. Gold And Silver Bullion
Refined. Me!tl and Aayed or Purchased. I
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G-17HS Lawrence St. DENVER. COLO.
WHOLESALE TO FAMILIES
Our ability as sellers of Quality Groceries at wholesale rates is best illustrated in these combination
orders. By this method we save you time and money in ordering, save time by delivering more promptly,
save expense of retailing and thus job the goods to householders lower than they can buy through any other
channel. Everyone who once uses our splendid Teas and Coffees becomes a permanent customer for them
nowhere else can such fine gewds be had. This accomplishes our aim compelling introduction of our fine
goods in your homes, by means of these'astonishingly low prices.
Sugar 2c a lb.
We're dosed our eyes to profits to introduce our special com
bination No. 68 J9.00. Read the items. Kach one affords splendid
savings on our quality groceries. Freight shipments packed and
delivered tree to San franeisco depots.
50 lbs. best Granulated Sugar $J.OO
12 lbs. Ham, Rex Perfect ' . . 1.50
18 lbs. fancy new Head Rice J.00
5 lbs. our superb Mocha and Java Coffee, roast,
worth $2.00 J.50
5 lbs. any flavor Tea, 75c quality; say which
you have been using and we will more than
duplicate It In KB., Japan, etc 2,50
5 lbs. Baking Powder, Pure Eastern. 'We are
sole Pacific Coast distributors. It Is more per
fect than any other we have sold or used.. J.50
Total for all, unchanged $9.00
SMITHS' GASH STORE we
OO-OPEBATIVE PROFIT SHARING
LARGEST MAU. ORDER HOUSE ON PACIFIC COAST
25 Market Street, - San Francisco
YOU CAN SHARE OUR PROFITS
by becoming our partner. We have given over 25 years to
building up this magnificent enterprise and now to gain added
accounts, we offer you an co-operative interest in the store and
its profits. Our "Booklet on Co-operation" tells all about it.
Write for it to-day. Fill out coupon below. You obtain 5
owner's discount on everything by purchasing a $50 interest
6 guaranteed on the money and market advance sure to come.
COUPON Mail tHis To-day
Smiths' Cask Store, 25 Market St., San Francisco, CaL
Gentlemen : I am interested in your co-operative profit
sharing plan, and will lie pleased to have you send me your
"Booklet on Co-operation" and "Priced Catalogues"