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WUIllCliV JOUUNALMINEU WEDNKBDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1008
The Social Mirror
iKrotn Hominy s Dully) I
Mm. 1'miI W. Foster gnve n most en
joyablr KritlKP party mi Monday ufer
niton nt her home nl Wnlpple Ur
welts, complimentary to Mm. chniles
Mtawnrt awl Mr. Ralph II. Olns, nml
charmingly 'ntt rtainwl n few of tlinlr
friend, nil if whom were delighted
With t hfir hostpssf nnd the after
noon's diversion. The lininj$ rmiin
ml parlor hml been very prettily do
forntfi! with long steinmed American
beauty mses, while in thp library
wore white chrysantnemnms. After
lhi serving of tli'licinus refreshment
prhios wort given Mrs. Thomas l.
Norri. n rut glass boti lion dish, for
tJiii high worn, nml Mrs. Hdwnnl A.
Httirgps ri-ii ! n 1rn candlestick
for the sppoud high "core. The ponni
liillnn prize wim given Mm. Thomas K.
Campbell, it being it two vino. Those
who enjoyed a very pleasant after
uoou were Mrs. Charles Stewart, Mm.
Ralph R. Class, Mm. C. C. Walcutt,
.lr., Mrs. Morritt (Inhlwiitcr, Mrs. It. H.
Sloan, Mm. IMwnrd A. Sturgos, Mrs.
I 'mil Murks, Mm. Thutmis K. ': nip
hull, Mrs. W. II. Doyle. Mm. Leslie H.
Larimer, Mm. Hubert II. Huriuistor,
M rw, (J. I'.. Meiiny, Mm. Tannins 15.
Norrls, Miss Lilu Hawkins, Miss The
rnu Fiederlcks, uiitl Mi llnrriet
Mm. Charles Stewart ami Mrs. c. '.
Wtilentt, Jr., were the luiourcd guests
mi Tuesday afternoon it t a very pret
tily appointed bridge Iniiplieon given
by Mm. .Illinei A. Hope Nt In'r luillie
on Kant (lurlcv street. The renter
idecc wns n largo bowl of pink ennui-
tions ami covers were hiid for Mm.
Miirphv. Mm. Charles Stewait. Mr.
C. ('. Walcutt. Jr., Mm. Prod W. Fos
tor, Mm. It. K. Slonn, Mm. J. .1. Haw
klm, Mm. IMwnrd A. St urges, Mm.
Wallace IVirbnnk, Mm. Paul Murks
ami Mi Harriet Jean Oliver. At the
Hose of the afternoon Mm. Hope pre
stinted the guest of honor with the
prize. .Mrs. Jsiownri receive n verv
attractive xilver Imrian pnou ami
Mrs. Wuleiilt wit given a vrry pretty
wooden kIiimh t my.
Mm. CharleN Steivnrt wnii the motif
for a uioitt ilelinhtl'nl briilie parly on
WmlneiMlay afternoon wneri Mm.
Thomas (!. Norrin entertuiuetl a few of
her friemlH at her uttrai'tive home on
Mount Vernon avenue. The lare liv
ing room wan very prettily ilecorateil
with Anierirau beauty roes ami lnrji
pink I'hryKantheiuuiiiH. At the pIoho of
a thoroughly enjoyable afteruonn the
prizes were awarileil. Mrs. ThoimiM ('
Job reeeheil the hih pur prize,
which wax a beautiful hammered limns
pitcner. Mrs. !. K. Meauy hml tin)
Hei'iiml hih Heore, lor wiiich nhe re
eolvoil a pretty haml puiutoil plule,
ami Mrs. II. II. McNeil, of I'll ix,
was ulvcu a silver violet vae for the
WeUnesilay afternoon Mm. Ilno
ItichanlH entertaliie.il delight fully at
an Informal Hewing party and had un
her wwhI Mm. Wallace FulrlmiiU,
Miss I.ila HawkliiH, Mins Kiuma Dutch
or, Mini Mabel Morris, Miss Winnl
fred (Frederick!), Mint YViunifrcd dale,
MIhh I.ora llituar ami MIhh Theresa
On Thursdiiy evenine, .ludne ami
Mrs. .1. .1. Hawkins presided over a
chiirminly appointed dinner, in hon
or of Major ami Mrs. (.'. (, Wnlc.utt,
Jr., who oHTt to leave Preseott
about the middle of November, (uuii
titles of pink and waito chrysantho
mums and camlelabra decorated the
tablu us well as the dining rouiu.
Around the table were heated Major
ami Mrs. (!. (.'. Wnlc.utt, Jr., Mr. nnil
Mrs. Thomas (!. Norrls, Mr. ami Mm.
1 1 u(" Itlchards, ami Jude ai.d Mrs,
The hiiduo party uiven by Mm. (1.
K. Mutiny, tiomplimentary to Mrs. (', C.
Walcutt, Jr., on Friday afternoon, was
out) of tht) most pleasant affairs of tint
week. About twenty quests assem
bled at the Meauy 's hospltnhlu hninii
on Mount Vernon avenue to contest for
the dainty prizes, which were won by
Mm. Thomas II. Campbell, a picture
for the IiIkIi score, and Mrs. Hubert II.
Iliirmistpr received a pair of silver em
broidery scissors for the second uieji
core. Mrs, F, S, Clark was ujven a
laro bouipiel of American beauty
roM'i for the consolation. Thoso who
enjoyed tho afternoon were Mrs. Fred
W. Finder, Mrs. (!. C. Walcutt, Jr.,
Mis. Morris (loldwater, Mrs. Thomas
(I. Nonis, Mrs. .1. J. Fisher, Mrs,
Thomas F,. Campbell, Mrs, I'M ward A.
Kastuer, Mrs. Hubert II, Hurmlstcr,
Mm. II. F. loau, Mrs. , S. Clark,
Mm. Leslie II. Larimer, Mrs. II. Ht
MeXnil, of Phoenix, Mrs. James H,
Murphy, Mrs. Halph It. (Ilass, Mrs.
I Ii I nurd A. Starves, Mrs. James A.
Hope, Mrs, .1. J. Hawkins, Mrs. Paul
llurhs, Mrs, Frank M, Diescher, ami
Mi" Theresa Fredericks.
Filduy ovuiiIiik Mrs. W. D. Haker
ami Miss LoiiIho (llbbs eutertaimd the
Kadax Club very dolljjht fully at the
home of Mis. Maker un Houth Pleasnut
"treet. The evenliiK was very pleas
sully spent playing llnlluwe'eu stunts,
ami tne roours were decorated with
I;. uterus, and each nucst had to help
'iiiertiiin with a aim-t sti,r. He
fresliaienls prp sprnl nt the uliiinu
table, which had been (tcornteil with
bbi. k ciri nml witches. Iiurinjt the
peiiiiiK n pnllnisl told p.iclt nuel N
fortune, which milled much In the
merriment of t he evenine;.
TiiiKtp who enjoyed the eveuiiiK were
Mr. ami Mm. II. K. Menny, Mr. nml
Mrs. W. It. Haker, Doctor ami Mm. J.
Harvey Itlniu, Miss l,oaie (libbs,
Mi Helen K.I wards, Miss Flhel
Wood. Miss MNie Iteaii, M'n Lora
Hit liar. Miss I'lor.Mire Cndy, Miss Mil
Detter, Miss Clwrc Hoff, Miss I I. .r
pan Ford, nml Miss Tribbey.
Tiies.inv afternoon Mm. '''honias (!.
N'orris etiter'ain -d the "rpsentt llriio,e
i lub verv delist fully at her home on
Mount Vernon avenue ami had as her
Kiiestn Mrs. Morris (loldwater, Mrs.
tl. K. Mean, ami Mis Theresa Fred
Orders have been received for the
Fifth Cavalry to no to Honolulu,
where they will be stationed. During
the live vents that Troop l has been
stationed at Whipple Itarraeks they
aao made many warm friend i, all of
whom ieict that their tny cannot be
live yeats loader. This move will
take away Major ami Mrs. Fred W.
Foster, Captain nml Mrs. Fdward A.
Sioiie, l.ieuteuaut ami Mr. William
F. Wheatley, ami Lieutenant '. S.
Iloyt. They sail on January ".
Mm. Paul liiirks returned home on
Si.iiduv evening from a four weeks
visit -pent with relatives in l.os An
I Mt. II. II. MeNeil, of Phnenix, is
IviftititiK in 1'iescott us the t;uet of
Mm. Leslie It. Larimer.
Mrs. tl. .A. Ileslu returned home
I Momlnv from a visit with relatives in
' O'knlooKtt. Wisconsin. Mm. Ileslu has
( ret'ir;ie. home very uiiich improved in
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart left
! Thursday morning fot tueir koine in
Sail Fianeisco, after a pleasnut three
H'eks visit with Mm. Stewuit s sister
Mm. Kdwiird A. Stnrge, of Whipple
The Monday Club held it reyular
meetiui; on Monday last. A letter
from Mrs. May A. 'Fish, chiiirmaii ,of
the educational coiuiuilt if the Ari
una Federation, was attentively lis
teaed to, and was referred to the oil
m-utioiial committee of the club for
cousidpration and action. Mrs. W. D
Maker, chair an of the Art Section
took the chair, ami after a short talk
on the subject of study, mentioned
that Mrs, Hue,o Kioiurds had (;'er
ously donated some books and pam
phlets bea'riiiK upon the subject of
study lor the year. A paper prepared
by Mm. (leo. Hulfaer, entitled "Char
leimiKiio, His Time, And Hefore, in
the Netherlands," was read bv Mm
J. L. Merrltt, ami followed by a short
sketch, "Karly Manners and (,'us
toins," prepared by Mrs. .1, Stepliotis.
An iiilormal discussion ended the pro
ram. The club will meet at the usual time
next Monday, at which time a pro
U'ratn will be carried out, "Civic Im
provement" bcinu the tuple of discus
sion. It Is to be hoped the interest in
this ineetiiin, ami tae subject, will bo
manifest by a larue at tendance, for It
Is of importance in a general way, ami
often too little emphasis Is attached
to a kuowleilKO of the same. It in
only by an intelligent exchatio of
ideas, ami reports gathered from other
sources, that our club will bit uiililit
rned on this all Important subject.
The study of Civics has taken u per
manent place In almost all women's
clubs to such an extent that without
any premeditated thought of "re
form," its IiillueiH-o has stretched out
noticeably la thn ense, of Los Angeles
and thu "hand that rocks the era
din" sweeps the streets!
HAVE I'KOMIBINO PROSPECT.
Advices from Mouse urn that ,Iak
Schwab and Henry Hehalmeistiir have
located a promising group of eight
claims eight tulles mirth of that place.
they left Pro-colt two mouths ago
on nil extPiidcd iirosnect Inn trin
throiign tke new copper country tribu
tary to tho Arizona nml California
railroad. They are very enthusiastic
over their new discovery and art) pro
paring to start a small force develop
ing one ol tne claims In which Nome
high grade gold ami copper ore Is now
F. M. Cr.arnowskl. of the Southwest
ern Development Company, who stop-
pen over here Wednesday night on his
way home to Congress Jnnc.tlmi from
an outing on the coast says that the
new simrt nti thu Comtnodorn Krotiji Is
now uowii ;imi teet,
lie also states that the ore Is im
proving in values with dentil. Ho Is
confident that the property will be
among the big prnducers of thu Weav
er district in the next two years. Tho
Commodore group Is located three
miles east ol Octave.
1 City News j
, ....in ira. i
I 1 r..rn 'I hursiluv - Daily)
.1. K. H in .t M.i'al.e i visiting in
M. i . Hrooks .if Walker is In re on
Hero from IlarrliiBtoti.
.1. l. Mahoney of llnirlngtoti is
v inilinn in tee pity.
lloino from Hunt.
J.ie Archnmheiiu has returned from
a hunt in the Juniper country.
Claborue Conger, the Cstnp Wood
stockmnn, is visith in tho city.
Left for tho Coast.
Mr. ami Mm. II. Teller left ycsler
lax nftcrii.Hiii lor a mouth's outing on
Reported Korlottsly III.
David Hoss, via of Attorney ami
Mr. II. D. Hoss, is teported seriously
ill at the home of his parents.
Cabbncu King Here.
Judge (ieorge A. Ainswnrth, the Jun
iper cabbage king, is hero on one of
his periodical business visits.
Hero front Ash Fork.
Mm. .1. W. ICraemer ami daughter,
lulia, arrived hero last night from
Ash Fork on a visit wiln relatives.
Loft from Homo.
Mr. ami Mrs. C. F. Mi-Kinley left
last night for their homo In Copper
Masin, afler a short visit here with
Miss Ktnel Keating returned to ().'
tuve this morning, oiler a short visit
with relatives and friends in Present).
Hern from Yucca.
-M Walker, a former resident of
this ,-ily, is here from Vuceii. lie w
leu ve in a few days for the Signal
mine, where he will install n hoist.
Left for Homo,
Mr. Harriett Itoyce was an outgo
ing pas.pngpr ypslorday afternoon for
her home in Sacramento, Cnllfornla,
lifter a pleasant visit here with her i
ter, Mrs. N. A. Vyne.
Prcsldotit Murphy ItoturiiH.
Piesident F. M. Murphy of the S.
F., P. A. P., arrived homo yesterday
afternoon from a visit at Tombstone
and Imperial. lie was accompanied
hen) troin Phnniiir by W. A. Drake,
vice president ami general manager of
the S. I, P. A. P., ami (). Lotigacre, Jr.
(Krom I'lhl.ty's Dillv)
Horn from Hillside.
John Huberts of Hillside is visiting
in the citv.
L. M. Henderson of Walker is visit
ing in the city.
Skull Vnlloy Visitor.
Aaron Stall of Skull valley is vis
iting In the city.
II. P.. Campbell arrived here last
night from Flagstaff.
Huron Merchant Hero.
C. P. Wingfield, the Huron mer
chant, is neru on business.
ScliRinan Merchant Visits.
Mike McMride, the Heligtmui mer
chant, is visiting in tun city.
Jerome Junction Merchant Here.
J. T. Nelson, the Jerome Junction
merchant, Is here on business.
John Chart, the Thompson valley
stockman, is here on business.
Back from Los Angeles.
Mrs. Fred Madrid returned last
night from a two weeks' visit In Los
Will Loave for Home.
K. L. Patterson will leavn today for
his home in Ash Fork after a tdensnnt
business visit here.
Mino Manager Here.
Murk llradlcy, general mnuagnr of
the Kxpress mine near Poland, is vis-
iting in tint city.
Circulating Among His rrionds.
James Harney Is in thn citv from
the Shylock mine circulating among
uis many friends.
Back from the East.
(ieorge A. Vice, u former resident of
this city, has returned from an ex-
tenileii visit In tho east. '
Loft for Home.
Mrs. .1, Paul was an outgolnu nus-
seuger yesterday for her home in Jer
ome Junction, after a snort visit hero.
Hero on Bualucss.
H. M. Ht. Clair, represenlnlive of
II. 11. MeXelll Co,, ,,f Phoenix. Is hnrn
on unit of his periodical business visits.
Back from Chicago,
Daniel McCarthy has roturned from
n visit to Chicago on milling business.
no is accompanied w. A. SI u hcomb.
an eminent mining expert. They will
leave in u few days for the Crown
Coppor City Vlsltorfl.
'loin Taylor and IM Hunker of Jer
ome arrlvi'd hero last ovpnlng from
tne mpper City on a snort business
Purchased Fat Stoors,
Joe Huberts arrived homo last nli?ht
from Williamson valley, whom ho imr-
chiiM'tl a consignment f fut Hteers for
his o. K. meat market.
Harney Smith, Jim Spilth, John Hull
ly and Attorney .1. 0. Forest arrived
homo last night from Cherry Creek,
where they addressed tno voters of
thnt section of the county Wednesday
night. Thuy predict tho election of
the entire Republican ticket.
Minn Manager Vlslta.
C, I-', (ioddard, geneial manager of
the (i...l l.ii'. Mining Company. i lute
l'r..o. In, i.impntiv s camp near WicK
l.ulg i. ii n ng business.
Left for Phoctitx,
I ,, n i Wnlllev. one .f Amxioi i '
..,,n! n . g..prnnM. siu an ontg"'"
..i-i n.-i psienlny imiininu i f
I'll... -nix mi milling business.
Campaign Mnitngcr Hen:.
Frank K. Smith. elilor of the .lei
time Copper Melt nml phairtnait of the
t-oiinty Hipublipnn central roiumittec.
is a recent nrrivul I rum the oppei
Lett for Grand Canyon.
A. L llurlev of O.-lnve was an out
going pussenger yesterday nfteiiinou
for the (iiand I'auvoti. after a three
davs' visit here ami in Walker, where
he has mining interests.
Roosevelt Bird Vlnltn.
The Hoosevelt bird visited Mr, ami
Mrs. Orville (lletin of Wnltlllt (Irove at
their home on Ninth MeCnrmirk street
in I nin city yesterday and presented
tin popular young lino Willi a
dealt hv Imliv boy.
(l'rom Haturil.ty's Uillv)
Wes Jackson of Kiiklnml i visiting
in the city.
Home from Jerome.
Herman Voie arrived mime last
night from a business visit to Jerome.
Spent Yesterday Hero.
It. C. MeNarv of the (iramte Moun
tain section, spent yesterday here on
Hero on Business.
Hubert Minus is in tlu nly fiom his
ranch in the Mlack Hills district on
III from His Mines.
A. J. Doraii is in the city from his
mines iu the Uickcnlmrg district, on
Left for Homo.
C. M, CoiiIsoii left yesteidiiy for his
home hi Middle verde, alter a snort
busines visit here.
Expected Homo Today,
Mm. John Turner is expected liiiini
today from an extended visit with
lur mother in Iowa.
Rack from Phoenix.
James Mark of Mover returned hen
yestenlay from a short business viit
in the Salt River valley.
Mrs. F. ,. Courey ami eight child
reii .if Jcmmo nre reeent arrivah
from the Copper Citv.
Reports Mining Active.
II. T. Da Hey has lelurued from a
visit to the Mayer section, where he
reporU niii'-li mining activity.
LortvcK for Camp.
Dan McCarthy was an outgoing pas
singer last night for his milling camp
in the Clown Point tlisttict.
Visiting Her Father.
Mm. Anna Vamlerbllt of Los An
geles i.s Hie guest of her father. (Ieorge
II. Scauerinan, at the Schuermau Ho
Left for Homo,
Michael McMiide, the Seligman tner
chnnt, left yesterday afternoon for
home, after a pleasant business visit
Home from Hunt.
Morris Asher nml David Levy ar
rived home last night from n ten days
hunting trip in the Mogollon moun
tains. Will Visit tho Bradshaws.
V. M. Murphy, president of the S.
I'., P. & P. Railroad Company, and
tne Development Company of Ameriea,
will leave this morning for a visit to
the Mradshaw mountains, where his
companies have mining ami business
Enjoying n Vacation.
(Ieorge Musoii arrived hero last
night from Cherry Creek to enjoy a
well earned vacation among liis iiinnv
Mrs. M. Maiser ami tlanoliter lr
J. 11. Fnrri'll, of McCnbe, were among
a unrulier ol out or town visitors here
Loft for Home.
J. T. Nelson, the Jeromo Junction
merchant, paid a short visit t.. il,
city yesterday, returning home on the
Visiting with Relatives.
I. P. Ryan arrived here last night
from the camp of tne Arizona Power
Company at Fossil Creek, on a visit
Left for Fort Wingate.
Dr. H, M. Mlanehanl. of tno moll,i!
corps of the United States Army, wns
an outgoing passenger yesterday after
noon for Fort Wingate.
Noxt Supervisor Here.
! tinner Supervisor A. H. Hasliell
who s u eantlidato for supervisor on
ine mipiiiincnn ticket, nrrlved hfrc
last night from Jerome.
Circulating Among His Friends.
William Townsend is in too city
from the camp of the Arizona Power
Company nt the Dngas ranch, circulat
ing among his many frlemls.
Homo from Trip.
Archie Loekhart has returned from
a trip through the mining districts of
tae soutiiern part nf tho county. Hn
reportH mining active ill the Mradshaw
Bounty Hldo Contributions,
I he only boutitv hldo cnntrlbotl OI1H
to the board of supervisors' pelt col
lection yesterday were the pelts of six
wild eats and four coyotes by H. W.
iioiiinr or Humboldt.
Rooeovolt Bird Visit.
The Roosovult bird visited Mr. nml
Mrs. (leo. W. Hill at their homo, .tn.1
H, Montezuma street, yesterdny morn
ing and presented this popular couple
with an eight pound baby boy.
CXC7 1 .;
You receive iitlcn.se, dirccl licat
from every ounce ol fuel burned
there arc no damp chimneys or long
pipes to waste the heat Irom a
PERFECTION Oil Heater
(Equipped with Smokclcnn Ilevlce)
Carry il Irotn room to room. Turn the wick high
or low no Lolhrt no smoke no smell automatic
smokeless device prevents. Brass lonl holds 4 quarts,
hums 9 hours. Ucaulihilly linished in nickel or
japan. Every heater warranted.
evrninas. Made ol brass, nickel
I us I wuai vuu
proved central dralt burner. Kvcry
II your dealer cannot supply
Heater or Rayo Lamp write our
HTAMDAKD Oil. COMPANY
Moxicau .Shooters Jailed.
Mt'iuitv ShiTilV .lolin Merritt ar
rie I homo lat night from Humboldt,
having in . ustte , two Mexicans ac
i-il-c.l of being implicated in the shoot
iug nf I 'in n ('ami, at Crown King Sun
day night. The men were arrested by
lieputy SherilV Cuvaimugh of Hum
boldt, who turned them into Merrill's
cuMody at llumboblt yesterday.
t I rom Sunday's Daily.)
Octavo Teaclicr Horc.
.1. II. l-'rauks, teacher of the Octave
hi-Ii.i.iI, i vixiliug in the city.
Visiting with Friends.
.1. V.. Mclver of Ah I'ork is visit
iug with t'rieii.l- in tlie city.
Hpcnt Ycatonlay Here.
L. S. Colwtdl. of Willow Creek,
pent yesterday lu-re on business.
Circulating Among His rricnilR.
Ilornce llowdre of Mayer is circulat
ing among his many friends here.
Lort for riagstalf.
I. II. Moon left yesterday afternoon
for l-'lagstalf on a short business visit.
Clarence Pergusoii. the Kirklaml
valley Mnckmuii, is here on stock bus
Homo from Visit.
Mrs. H. Taylor arrived homo lust
night from u visit with relatives iu
.1. II. pjirrcll ami daughter, Miss
Norn Parrell, of McCabe, aro visiting
in the city.
Here on Business,
H. M. II anson is here on business
from his mining camp iu the .Slate
Homo from Los Angeles.
W. L. Anderson arrived home yes
terday morning from u three weeks'
viicatlou Iu Los Angeles.
Copper City Visitors.
Mr. ami Mrs. Lubin of .Jerome ar
rived here yestenlay from the Copper
City on u short visit.
Home from Dakota.
Mrs. M. K. Hmith arrived homo last
night from un extended visit with rel
atives In Houth Dakota.
.lasper Phillips is here from his
mining camp eight miles south of the
city purchasing supplies. ,
Back from California,
Attorney Reese M. Ling nrrive.l
homo hist night from u professional
visit to Los Angeles.
W. A. Long wns here yesterday from
his mines in the lower Lynx Creek sec
lion purchasing supplies.
In from His Mines.
A. K. Monroe arrived hero yesterday
afternoon from his mines in tho Hussii
yatnpa district on business.
Homo from Ranch.
Former .Sheriff .lohn L. Munds ar
rived homo Inst night from his stock
much in thu (iraml Canyon region.
Will Spond Sunday Hero.
Miss Mamie Cain, teacher of thn
Hkull valley school, cuinn in yestordly
to spend .Sunday with her relatives.
Coppor City Visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. diaries A. .Smith of
.liiromt) nrrlved hero yesterday mom.
lug from the Copper City on a short
Will Spond Sunday Hero.
John Ferris arrived here last nigl.t
from uis mining camp on Inwer Lynx
Creek to spend Sunday turning his
tunny friends hero
Licensed to Wed.
A marriage license was Issued yes
terday to Williuiu FrnnclK Sheridan
and Miss Clnru Kiuma Hriico, Both
gave their residence ns Ynvnpal coun
ty. Back from Phoenix.
1 H. Htewurt, general agont for tho
Occidental Insuranctt Company, arriv
ed homo yesterdny from n short visit
to his company's Headquarters in
fin fT! llrjnSS-Ir
3rt osFin m
vtuiii iui inc iuiiu
plated latest im
lite 1 erleclioti Uil
Mine Manager Hero,
I L f I. .. . .1
I . 1 . 1. ! f .
hi Mum, I mm nit i'iiiiiii in niirji
.Mountain district to spend San.ln
with his family.
Back from tho Bradshaws.
the Western l-ederattnu of Miners rt
turned here last night from visits
i lie mining camps oi ine lira sat.
Bounty Hldo Contributions.
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Lett for Home.
.in. nun .win. .1. . i.vraeuicr il.
l- I I II- T. ..
daughter, .lulia, were outgoing wr
week's visit here.
Homo from Hunt.
i iiiiiji i , in i i riiiiiiirv. 1 1 wan uccox
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a four point buck neur Onmp Wood.
Bankers' Annual Moctlng.
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Frcecott Title Co.
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Iowa Mines, Walker DIst.
.loo Larson to Boston & Jerome Cop
St. Paul Mines, Vcrdo Dist.
United States to Ar.tcc Land k Cat
tie Co., Ltd. Pntent. S. W. qr. of
W. qr., Sec. 12, 151 N. 2 W.
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Cnlvin Campbell, Power of Atty. (Iti
ernl powcrM us to 10 acres land.
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Patent. Annie, Annio No. 1, Nort!
West, West Hide & Stnndnrd Min"
K. H. Ulnkn et ul. Incorporato Cm
Mining Company, Capital Stock $023,
Rain F. Powell files All. A. work d
.'I Mines, Black Hills Dist.
Win. Baker et nl. fllo AIT. A. Work
on lllack (Inn mino, Black Hills Pit'
.loo Larson to II. A. Longino et
M. Deed. $(1,000. (lold Coin, Summit
Champion, Ajax, Ophlr, Orloole, Tvat
linn & Prince Mines. Black lTlllu Dill
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Jack McCormick locates Hluelc II t
Mino, Bluo Tank Dist.
31. H. C'nrtter & wf. to Peter Pnp'
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KxtonHlon Mine. Uumbiiff Dist,