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THE ICE MAN
Will soou be abroad in the land and will be getting
in his deadh- work.
Buy a Gurney Refrigerator,
They Are Ice Savers.
Are made of kiln dried hardwood, golden oak
finish, best brass trimmings, metallic shelves,
no inside wood exposed, full zinc lined, soldered
perfectly air and water tight and equipped with
Th Gurney reaches a lower avernte tcmiioraturt' than any other RefriK
erator by reason of its f rec circulation. A test will prove that the Gurney will
reach the lowest temperature possible to ! attained in from One-quarter to
one-sixth of the time required under the old system.
If in using the ice pick a hole is made in the ealvauized ice compartment
no damage is done, as the walls are pni j osely rfrntcd for admission of air
to the ice. and any water that runs through passes to the drip pan and eecaper.
A refrigerator const ructi -d under the Gurney system has an advantage
ver all others in the matter of economy of ice. The reason of this is obvious.
The Gurney is made in the best xiesiblc manner, packed with mineral wool,
and the ice is not permitted to touch and refrigerate the side walls of the Re
frigerator, but refrigerates instead the air that surrounds the ice compartment
on all sides, leaving the ice dry.
The Best is the
They last longer. A good
time while a poor one is soon foul and unfit for use.
The- waste less ice. The economy in the cost of ice
w-ill soon pay for a refrigerator. The waste of a poor one
will often amount to many times its first cost.
The- save the ice so you have a piece for table use. You
don't want to buy ice for a soft water supply.
Call and examine our stock and you will be convinced
that you cannot afford to use any other refrigerator.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.'S
Qasoline and 5team Hoists, Air Compressors, Portable
and Stationery Boilers. Etc.
EFMore of the i-airbanks. Morse & Co.'s hoists have been sold in this
section during the past pear than all other makes combined- They excel :rj
POWER. RELIABILITY and ECONOMY and are especially valuabli
where wood and wafer is scarce.
BFFull particulars and estimates furnished upon application to
THE HOME BAKERY RESTAURANT
KSiffiT 15c AND UP
fgp-One Week's Board and Lodging at from $4.00 up.
South Montezuma Street, Prescott. Phone 255.
ROS TANAKA, - Proprietor
WHOLESALE llEALER IK
The Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskeys!
JVA F ... U m ti a Elin AN M i'vK- for the General Trade.
3leairr ni W. j, U M V m - Hr n tag 1 Jl Draught aud Bottled Beer.
NorthSi pe of P'aza. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA
refrigerator will last a
10c PER ROLL
Brisley Drug Co,
YOU'D BETTER HURRY.
R. Baehr for house painting and
paper hanging. Telephone Noe.
168 and 97.
Bate does general viewing work, tf
Go to Kearney's, Courier building.
Xo drink too fancy for the Inierial
artists to mix for you. tf
Fresh can and bulk ovstets ;it F.
H. Boldwin's. tf
Hello, central, No. 2, please - Hi isley
Drug company. tf
No headache if you driuk at Kear
ney's. Courier building. tf
For choice wines, liquor and i-r.irc
go to Kearney's. Courier building tf
Taka tout kodak finishing to
Drink Heekin's "Magnolia" Coffee.
For Sale by The Bashford-Burmister
Go to Bate for your high grade
Michigan sweet cider by the giant,
gallon or barrel at F. H. Baldwin's.
For bottle or flask of choice Old
Crow whiskey go to Kearney's. Cour
ier building. tf
Our strawberries airive every morn
ing. Shumate & Co., Imperial and
Burke block. tf
DR. F. M. METZGAR, DENTIST,
COOK BUILDING, PRESCOTT.
PHONE 259. tf
The finest lines of cigars and to
baccos at the Imperial and Burke
stores of Shumate & Co. tf
Drink Heekin's Magnolia" Coffee
For sale by The Bashford-B'irmister
If you want something choice, try
a Kansas City pork loin at the ( it v
Market. 3-27tf "
Ring up 59 for Iresh vegetable ol
all kinds promptly delivered. F. H.
Baldwin successor to F. E. Jones, tf
Kansas City pork loins received
every Tuesday and Saturday at the
City Market. 3 27tf
Thoroughbred Black Minorca bmb
for setting, $1.00 per down. 1108.
McCormick street. 4-12-tf
(jail up tne uuj m. at Mantel tor a
trial order of those choice Kansas
City pork loin. 27if
DR. J. HAKYLY BLAIN,
DENTIST. BASHFOKD BFILD
ING, PRESCOTT. PHONK 12(1.
Oliver Jordan, the l)est ice cream
maker that ever turned a crank. is the
maker of those fine ice creams at the
Help yourself to the best 5 cent
cigar in "Prescott. Gene, the ajsjar
man has sixteen brands of the finest
5 cent cigars in the market. Take
your choice. tf
Insure your property with Martin
dell. Home & Co., who represent six
teen of the leadiug American and
Foreign Fire Insurance companies.
All losses promptly and satisfactory
adjusted by J. H. Cliukscales. who is
a member of said firm. 3-10-tf
The furniture in my office is for
sale. Persons desiring to see me on
mining or other business will please
call at the Imperial. D. D. McDon
The copartnership of Kilpatrick It
Talbot has been this day dissolved
by mutual consent, Mr. Kilpatrick
retiring. The business will be con
ducted by Mr. Talbot.
A. C. Kilpatrick.
R. A. Talbot.
Dated May 1. 1902.
Fresh bananas, oranges, lemons,
berries and other fruits at the Im
perial and Burke block con feet ioni-ry
A trial order of ice cream and sher
bets at the Imperial. if
The nicest little place to go and 1 1
enjoy a nice dish of
ice cream, is at
Chase & Saudboru's Seal brand
coffee, with pure cream, served ;it the
The finest candies to lie had at I
Shumate & Co., Imperial and Burke. ;
Your lady will not love you unless 1
you buy her candy from Emanate &
Co.'s Imperial and Burke block con-1
fectionery stores. tf
New car load of Schattter wagons
and Columbus buggies received
March 21st at F. G. Brecht's. i 4tf
Stops the Cough and Works off
Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets cure j
a cold in one day. No cure no pa v. i
Price 25 cents. 3-9-W
Digests what you eat.
This preparation contains all of the
oigestants ana digests all kind3 ol
food. It gives Instant relief and ne ver
fails to cure. It allows you to eat all
the food you want. The most sensitive
stomachs can take it. By its nsa many
thousands of dyspeptics have been
Hired after everything else failed. Is
jnequalled for the stomach. Child
ren with weak stomachs thrive on it.
Cures all stomach troubles
Pr-pared only by E. O. DtVit1 k en., Chicago
The II. bottle BSSSMSSSaM timesibeSOc. sia
BRISLEY DRUG CO and W. W ROSS
The Union Saloon
And Lodging House
MAGGIORA S RE I MAN. Props-
THE BEST BEER,
THE FINEST f LS
LIQUORS, CIGARS Etc
WEARE ALWAYS OPEN
Wrner at Granite aud (to
LOCAL and PERSONAL
From Tuesday's Daily.
Ed. Stephens is in town from Wil
Charles E. Hart is in town today
from Jerome Junction.
F. E. Jones has takeh charge of
Baldwin's fruit store.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Coleman
went to Mayer today.
B. A. Packard, the well known
stork man, of Coconino county is in
The Cobre Grande case has occu
pied the attention of the court to
day. An American District Telegraph
service was inaugurated in Phenix on
F. M. Murphy has donated $50 to
the free public library of the fort
nightly club at Tombstone.
Owing to the accident to the Del
Rio water works there was no water
in the city reservoir last evening.
An advertisement appears in this
issue for proposals for beef and mut
ton at Whipple lor one year. Bids
will be opened June 13.
Jos. Stephens of Los Angeles re
turned today from a visit to Wil
liamson valley. He is accompan
ied by his young son.
W. 0. Greene, the Cananea cop
per king, is in town today attend
ing the trial of the Cobre Grande
case in court.
Mrs. G. A. Bray returned Saturday
from her visit to California. She was
accompanied by her daughter Mrs.
W. L. Phillips, wife of Capt PhilUps
of the 27th infantry, who is now in
the Phillipines with his regiment.
Dr. D. L. Connor, the pioneer
nateopath of Arizona, will locate in
Prescott 011 or about June 1st and
open an office for the practice of
osteopathy during the summer sea
son. The doctor's pefnir.hent office
is in Phoenix, where lie lias prac
ticed the past four years.
In the list of names of the graduat
ing class of Mills college the names
of two of Prescott's young ladies ap
pear. The uame of Theresa Margaret
Fredericks of Prescott was uninten
tionally overlooked in yesterday's
mention. Of the six graduates of the
college this year, two, or one-third of
the class, are from Prescott.
F. M. ("Dad") Williams, has been
held under $1000 bail to appear lie
fore the grand jurv for the accidental
shooting of the Chinaman at Poland
recently. The condition of the China
man on Saturday evening was quite
critical and no hopes are entertained
for his recovery. The man assaulted
for the alleged non-payment of the
price of his supper was named E. R.
The Chinaman who was accident
ally siioi at Poland last week is
named Sam Lee. He is known
as old Sam Lee to distinguish
him from Sam Lee. the well known
proprietor of a restaurant in Prea
cott. whose residence is of more recent
date. He has cooked at Mayer, Je
rome and other mining camps and is
one of the best known residents in
A 13-vear-old Filipino bov at
W hipple is of more than ordinary
interest to visitors. Few ot" our
people have seen a sample of the
people whom We acquired through
the treaty with Spain. The boy's
father was killed in battle and the
boy was captured and has remain
ed with the troops ever since. He
is said to be an extremely bright
little fellow with manners which
Bright be successfully imitated by
Ira Sanders died last night at a
result of being run over last Satur
day by a train at P. & K. Junction.
The merciless wheels of the car cut
his leg off juet above the ankle,
leaving his foot hanging by a sin
gle piece of flesh. The attending
physician found the wound in bad
shape and to avoid dangerous com
plications amputated the limb just
b low the knee. Owing to a gan
grenous condition of the wound an
other operation was decided to be
necessary yesterday, ahd between
7 and 8 o'clock the leg was ampu
tated above the knee, the inroad
already made bv the poison upon
lis system together with the shock
of the second operation proved too
much for him and death followed
about 10 o'clock last night.
"An Anxious Wife.
Ah! Ha!! she cried
In accents wild.
Where is the father
Of my child?
I must hunt him up
This very day,
For "Keller's man"
Is coming this way.
And that man of mine
Will want some clothes
A suit aud shirts
And Land only knows
What he won't buv
When "Webster" shows
His line of samples.
"Keller's man" will reach Prescott
about May 24 or 25. Wait for him.
Barber Shops to Close Sundays.
I'reseott. ajiaona, April 18, 1902.
We. the undersigned, Ross Rarbers
of Prescott. do hereby agree to close
our shops on Sunday i. e.. that we
will suspend business from Saturday
nights until Monday moniinirs on
and after the 4th of May. 1902. Shops
nui ne open nil ll o clock Saturday
Fred Reif, per F. R. S.,
L. Railey, "
R. M. Garrett.
(ieo M Roberts.
L W. Adams.
A. E. Hudgius,
P. A. Everta.
Ho for Lynx Creek
A new passeuger and express stage
line is now m operation leteeu Pres
cott and Lynx Creek bv the under
signed. Stages leave daily (Sundays
a 1 . r
weejneup iroin tne is. t.. company
sloe at 2 p. in., aud airive at Walker
at 6:90 p. at, Returning leave Wal
i ker at S a. tn. and arrive at Prescott
at 1(1:30. O. G. Henderson, Proprie
tor. T. S. Rrowu of Big Bug
has purchased a fine cam
era. If he is wise he will
let "Humphries do the
Rooms :t; and .'Hi,
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the mouev if it
fails to cure, E. V, Grove s signa
ture is on escb box, 26c.
NEWSY NOTES FROM LYNX CREEK
Great Activity Prevailing Throughout
i Highly Mineralized District
end Good Results
Lynx Creek, May 9. Editor Journal-Miner.
Having seen nothing in
the Journal-Miner from this corner of
the universe, I will give you an item
or two. The warm rays of the sun
remind us that spring has again come
to stay, and brought with it renewed
activity In the mines and prospects.
The Lacass Brothers have a lot of
development work done and are being
justly rewarded by bringing to view
some fine veins of ore. These prop
erties are situated about four miles
down the creek from the famous Mud
Adjacent to these on the east is the
Windfall and others, owned by S. A.
Prince of Prescott and Mr. Yon Sack
en. I bear though that the latter has
sold his interest in them. In this
group are some fine proapects.
Next to these on the east is the Iin
perator group, owned by Boblett &
Norton, which shows up some fine
gold ore, and the best timber within
Lynx Creek's boundaries.
Near this group, a little to the west,
is the Buzzard group owned by John
Berrie and others. With only about
fifty feet of development work done
thev have a fine, large body of excel
lent ore, which gives promise of mak
ing one of the biggest mines of the
A little farther west is a group own
ed by Tom Beny and others who are
developing as fast as possible and
showing up some fine looking ore.
Across from these on the west side
uf the creek is the 1 Rami group,
formerly known as the Happy Jack,
and in by-gone days quite an exten
sive producer. The present owners
are pushing work with a vim, aud old
timers say they are taking no chances,
that every dollar spent will be return
ed many fold.
To the west of this group and near
the divide is the Muggins group own
ed by H. C. Tyler and S. M. Boblett.
These parlies arc pushing work as
fast as possible. They have recently
run a 65-foot tunnel, cutting a fine
5-foot vein; also sunk a 60-foot shaft
from which they have taken as fine
ore as one need to wish for, and in
large quantities. The owners say
nothing, but saw wood and drill
holes. Their shaft is timbered uptc
date. They have also built a good
road to the mine. This property is
on the Groom creek belt and the Em
pire Vein, and Will be one of the com
ing Bonanzas la the near future.
One and oue half miles north of this
property is the famous Bullwhacker.
one of the oldest producers, as well as
one of the richest mines of the dis
trict. H. B. Clifford now owns this
property aud is doing a lot of devel
opment work with splendid results.
Down near the Lynx Creek cross
j ing S. L. Norton and partners haw
some claims which they are working
1 and getting good ore from.
A little east of this property is (1.
W. Murray and Dunn s claims. They
are sinking and are down near the 50
, foot mark. They say they have a
large body of good ore and are well
South of this is the White Horse
: group. D. C. Monroe has quite a large
I force of men at work aud seems to lie
well satisfied, still adding improve
j ments to his camp. He has recently
j added a water system.
Mr. Boblett contemplates resuming
work on his Sentinel claim near tl.e
White Horse group. This claim h;us
produced some very rich ore in the
I'nc'e John Fisher and Peter Bau
mann are placeriug. Mr. Baumaun
1 says he will soon have a company
1 working the Big hale Group.
So much anjd no more this time.
MINING ENGINEER'S VISIT
One Who Has Unbounded Faith and
Confidence in the Possibilities
of This Section ot Arizona.
Xestor A. Young, mining expert of
Los Angeles, whose reputation as an
all-round mining man, has been fam
iliar to the miners of the Pacific
Coast for a third of a century, is stop
ping at the Prescott hotel.
It was Mr. Young who, some years
since, standing upon the apex of Mt.
Elliott, declared that, "at his feet
within the radius of a few miles, lay
some of the treasure chambers of the
world." "Here." said he. "lies the
wealth that can lift from this nation
its burden of debt." Those who are
posted in the Rig Rug district, who
realize the immense product of that
field in the past, and who are cogniz
ant of the developments now iu pro
gress, can appreciate the prophetic
words of Mr. Young.
Some two weeks since Mr. Young
came here for a syndicate of stock
holders in Chicago, to report upon the
Black Hills mines near Jerome.
Though employed by eastern stock
holders to expert these mines, his re
port was such, that the Black Hills
Co. wili publish the report, aud have
employed him to expert the Mingus
Between the scenes of climbing
mountains ana descending shafts,
exploring crosscuts and winzes, Mr.
Young finds time occasionally to in
dulge his poetic fancy.
Recently he was employed to re
port the Paradise Gold Mining com
pany's placers on Kings river in Cali
fornia. He was allowed all the gold
upon the first three riffles of the
sluice after an hour's run aud took in
fine nuggets over $100. Under this
inspiration for who is not inspired
under similar circumstances - he
wrote the following apostrophe to
gold, nhich has received much favor
able comment from the pres-:
Gold, gold. Switching gold.
Precious metal that never will mould. !
Rich in thy yellow, hot or colli.
Melted, beaten, twisted and rolled.
Hard to get aud harder to hold.
Hidden, stolen, bought and sold.
Begged and borrowed, begrudged aud
Worshipped today by young and old,
rassport free to Mammon s fold.
Price of crimes that never were told,
Yirtue bartered and honor sold.
All for thee most beautiful gold.
We cannot refrain quoting the
closing paragraph uf his report upon
the mines in the Yerde district.
"From the summit of Mingus
mountain, 8,000 feet high, I looked
abroad over this marvelously miner
alized seetion. To the left lay the
L'nited Yerde, which has yielded
more than $1,000,000 a month to its
stockholders for years. Nearer lay
the Copper Chief and Iron King
which are the property of the same
company, and which are to lie de
clared to be fully equal to the United
Verde. Between the two great
properties lay the celebrated Black
Hills Copper Company's mines, and
as I looked upon this vast treasure
house of mineral wealth, I reflected
that the territory of Arizona, the
home of the once dreaded Apache
and famous cowboy desperadoes, had
truly become the greatest mining
zone of the world."
Shake Into Your Shoes
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It
cures painful, smarting, nervous feet,
and ingrowing nails, and instantly
takes the sting out of corns and
bunions. It's the greatest comfort
discovery of the age. Allen's Foot
Ease makes the tight or new shoes
feel easy. It Is a certain cure for
sweating, callous and hot, tired ach
ing feet. Try it today. Sold by all
druggists and shoe stores. Don't ac
cept an substitute. By mail for 2nc.
in stamps. Trial package free. Ad
dress, Allen S. Olmsted. Le Rov.
PROF. DE SELTIER
Has opened an office at the John
son house. I am ready to receive all
wh(i tre: aOlicted. This scientific
treatment aud French method of
treating diseases with electricity and
magnetism is up to date and will cure
rheumatism, paralysis, lumbago, sto
mach trouble, tumor, cancer, abscess,
neuralgia, liver trouble, kidney dis
ease, spinal and nervous prostration.
Most all maladies are treated success
fully without medicine
also given with electric vapor oaths.
Face electric treatment for eruption
of blackheads, pimples and scrofula.
It will tnk all blemishes from the
face aud will purify the skin. Avail
yourself of this opportunity.
Two ponies 3 and 4 years old;
work double or single or under sad
dle: phaeton and harness; cheap. H.
L. Heck, Linn's jewelry store. 4-28tf
For sale--1.000 pounds of good
babbitt metal. For price apply at
this office. tf
One thousand pounds of old type
babbitt metal. Will be sold in quan
tities to suit. Apply at Journal-Miner
Stock certificates Officers of new
corporations are requested to call on
the Journal-Miner and obtain prices
for stock certificates, seals and com
plete set of books. tf
ROOMS FOR RENT.
One nicely furnished front room for
rent. Inquire at 423 Beach st. 5-1-lw
Three nicely furnished rooms, suit
able for light housekeeping, for rent.
Inquire of Mrs. S. D. Monroe. 532
East Sheldon St.. Prescott. 4-23-1 w
Small furnished cottage or house
wanted for summer months. Foward
particulars to 1521 West Jefferson
street, Phenix. Ariz. tf
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
A hundred choice resilience lots in
Moeiler addition for sale at prices
ningiug from $60 to 000 each. Buy
now before prices advance.
C. W. Herndou. Agent.
Office over Prescoti National Rank.
See C. W. Herndon over the Pres
cott National Rink bafasa you buy
any real estate. 4-10-tf
Help Y anted - Oood cook in pri
vate family. Apply at this office, tf
To the ladies of IVescctt and vicin
lity: J. Derr. the Merchant Tailor.
has engaged the services of a tirst
! class ladies' tailor from Ixs Angeles,
and will have I ladies' tailoring de
j partment after April 5. So before or
dering elsewhere call and see him.
On road lietween Copper Risin and
Prescott a coat containing papers in
the pocket, lielong to Ed. Krinzle.
Suitable reward will be paid by re
turn of same to Congress house, tit
Lee Johnson, professional chimney
sweep; will also lay your carpet,
clean windows, etc. Leave orders at
Hildreth's drug store. 4 24tf
1903 Calendars 1903.
To the merchants of Yavapai coun
ty: The Journal-Miner has secured
some samples of calendars for 1903,
and more will follow soon.
They are strictlv up to date in de
sign and quality, and prices are riht.
We can furnish almost any style or
Merchants are requested to patron
ize home industry and reserve their
orders until samples are examine 1 at
this office. if.
F. A A. I.
Called meeting. There will le
called meeting of Aztlau Lodge No.
1, F. & A. M.. on Fridav evening,
May the 9th, at 7:.'K) o'clock, for won
in the special degree. All Master
Masons in good standing are fra
ternally invited. By order of the
Morris Goldwater, Secretary.
n 'i w a itfr. -p ihi ut
r ti.t r Gonurr.iu-. .
waltea. a ti natural
I Thar,-, or aov inflamritn
not to imcinre. i!ia. irritation or ulci;.i
Prt,.nti fiaotasioa. t'on of nuroni mom
IrHEEuKSCHtll cmCo. ""' on-aitrini!rul
Sold by DruRbla.
or afnt in plain wraprr.
MM, or 3 hottlffi, CT3.
Cirrnlar alit ou rtjut-t
tv ,-xrr-. ITTHI.I. It r
AIJVhKl hhMhN IS.
I Pure and Mellow I
I Rich and Delicate I
FEN s! HILPRETH. J
Application For a Patent.
I'. S. Land Office. Preacott. Arizona. I
April IS. tflOi.
Notice is hereby given that R. N. Looney.
whoee poxtoffice addrew :- McCabe. Yavapai
county, Arizona, has this day tiled hi-a.
plication for a patent for 7456 linear feet of
the Olephsnt, Kingsley. Cleveland. Frac
tional and Lady Aide mines or veins, bear
ing gold and silver, with surface ground IKJ0
feet in width, situated in Big Bus mining
district, county of YaaiH). and Territory of
Arizona, and designated by the Held noted
and official plat on Hie in thin office as Sur
vey Number 1611. approximately in Town
ship 12 North. Range 1 East, unsurveyed of
Q. A S. R. Meridian, said Survey No. 1611
being as follows:
CLEVELAND LODE Beginning at cor
No 1. a porphyry atone Ril0ij4 in. set 1 ft in
ground alongside a mon of stones '.ii3 ft.
stone marked C No 1 1611. A X on a por
phyry rock in place marked B R C No 1-1611
bra n 52 deg lOmin e 140 ft. ('SUM No
1, B B D brs n 54 deg 36 min e 6597.4 ft ;
thence s 37 deg 15 min w 1500 ft to cor No.
2 ; thence n SI deg 45 min w 600 ft to cor No
3, which is also cor No 2. Fractional Lode,
this survey. Thence n 37 deg 15 min e 15U0
ft to cor No 4. which it also cor No 1 . Frac
tional and rer No '4 Lady Aide, this survey.
Thence s Si deg 45 min e 600 ft to cor No 1.
the place of beginning.
FRACTIONAL LODE Beginning at cor
No 1, a porphyry stone 4xl2i24 in. set 1
ft in ground alongside ii men of stones:!;! ft.
stone marked F No 1-1611. also C No 4-1611
and L A No 2-1611. I S M M No 1. B B D
brs n 57 cleg 5S min e 7042. 1 ft. Thence s 37
deg 15 min w 1500 ft to cor No 2. Thence n
XI deg 45 min w 16 ft to cor No 3. Thence n
35 deg :10 min e. 345 ft to cor No 4. Thence
n 65 dec 30 min w. 252 ft to est No 5. Thence
' n 34 deg 37 min e 1043.3 ft to eor No 6. which
is also cor No 3, Lady Aide, this survey.
I Thence I SI deg 45 min a 516 ft to cor No 1,
j the place of beginning.
LADY ALDE LODE Beginning at cor
I No I, a porphyry stone 10xl0v24 in. set 1 ft
; in ground, alongside a mon of stones 3x3 ft.
stone marked L A No 1-1611. A X on a por-
j phyry rock in place marked B R L A No 1-
1611. brs s deg 40 min w 46 ft. I" S M M
No 1, B B D brs n 62 deg 03 min a, 5561.3 ft.
i Thpnpp a 4:i ftir 07 min u tUni ft tl -or
No 2. Thence n 81 deg 45 min v. IM ft to
cor So 9. I hence n 4i deg 11 min e. Ib.u.3
ft to cor No 4. Thence s 1 deg 45 min e
375 ft to cor No 1. the place of beginning.
KINGSLEY LODE Beginning at cor No
1, a granite stone 4x15x24 in. set 1 ft in
ground, alongside a mon of stones 3x3 ft.
stone marked K No 1-1611. A X on a granite
rock in place marked B K K No 1-1611, br
s 42 deg 30 min e 50 ft. V S M M No 1. B B
D brs n 45 deg 20 min e 6.5H6.2 ft. Thence
s 56 deg w 1111 ft to cor No 3. Olephant
Lode, this survey. 1500 ft tocor No 2, Thence
n 34 deg w 568 ft to line 1-2 Cleveland at n 37
deg 15 min e 39 ft trom cor No 2. Cleveland.
100 ft to cor No 3. Thence n 56 deg e 94.2
ft to line 1-2 Cleveland at s 37 deg 15 min w
ynu ft from cor No I. Cleveland. 1500 ft to
cor No 4. Thence a 34 dec e 600 feet to cor
No 1. theplaceof beginning.
OLEPHANT LODE Beginning at cor
No 1, a porphyry stone 6x12x30 in. set 1 ft in
' ground alongside a mon of stones 3x3 ft.
i stone marked O No 1-1611. A X on a por
! phyry rock in place, marked B R O No 1
I 1611. brs n 33 deg 25 min w 54 ft. I' S M M
' No 1. B B D brs n :-t!i deg 27 min e 6017 ft.
! Thence s BJ deg m 130 ft tocor No. 2.
! Thence u 65 deg 600 ft to cor No S. Thence
I n 56 deg e 1100 ft to cor No 1 Kingsley lode.
this survey. DM ft to cor No 4. Thence a 65
deg e 600 ft to cor No 1 1 lie place oi begin
ning. Variation at all the corners 14 deg e.
Cleveland lode 18.071 acres
Fractional lode 12.226 acres
Lady Aide lode 12.i77 acres
Olephant lode 17. 716 acres
Kingsley lode, gross.
area 20.667 acres
Less area in conflict
with Cleveland lode
of this survey OBS acres
Net area 20.632 acres
Total area lode claim si Ki; acres
This claim if located on onsurvryed land
approximately in towi.Sliip IS n, r 1 ti .V 9
K meridian, hi Bit; Btu; Bslasss district.
Yavapai ciunty. Arizona, and is bounded on
the w and s by th,' Little Jack lod and by a
lode claim name unknown. Snin Furnn.
claimant. On the n and c and s by govern
Cleveland vein rnns n !7 de 15 min Hit)
ft and s :17 de l." min w '0 ft f rom -lis shaft.
Fractional vein runs n :'.t dea 57 de e li"
ft and i?l dea 57 miu 4.V) ft from dis
Lady Aide vein rUn n iO d, j 3 min e XV)
ft and s 40 deg :i sssaw 57'lf: from dis
Kingsley vein runs s5i deg w 751' ft and n
5 deg e 750 ft from dis shaft.
Olephant vein extends 5h deg s 15tK feet
from the see to the n c e of elaim.
The location of these mines is ot record in
the office of the county recorder of Yavapai
county. Cleveland lode in book :il pat? I
Fractional in book .'4. page 507. Lidy Aid.
in book 4M. page 57::. Kingsley in book f.
page lilfV-fi. Olephant hook 4.'. p,:,;,- l'..
Any and nil persons e!aiimg ai'o BSSta any
portion of aid Cleveland, fractional. Lady
Aide. Kingsley and Olephant sMtai or sur
face ground are required to HI. their ad
verse claim-1 ' ::h th" Register of t'ie l'nited
States land of . I I'resvutt. in the Terri
tory of Arizona .i':ring As sixty d.iys period
of publication I , :i , f. or :!.ey wi!! he lmrred
by virtue of the pr," : asi the Statutes.
F. A. Ti.:T!,K. Jr.. Register.
First publication Apr: BV W
neral Land Office. Wahinst'm. O. C.
April !th. VV2. Notio- is her. hy u'iu n that
sealed bids, directt d to the I 'oimr ioner ot
the (teueral Land Office, wiil tx, r-vcived b
the Receiver uf ulilic MBSMrjaal the V. S.
Land Office, at Prt seott. Arizona, to and
including the .Mh day of June. BOB, for the
purchase, under the papvisaBaai 'he Act of
June 4. liOT. (M Stat.. :'! BB), of all dead
timber suitable for timler or hit.' her. and a
sufficient amount of matured living timber
to make, with the dea,l timber aforesaid.
50.000 feet B. M. of aSBSaa tit ibers: all
dead timber ou the tract aofl .-uit.ible for
lumber or timber but sound enough for
wood, estimated to make, with Ifcl toiisof
the green timber, if any. cut 4,U0 cords of
wood, to be cut and taken trov a tract of
unsurveyed land in the Prescott ; rest Re
serve. Arizona, approximately Jxctiou IK
Tp. 1-' X.. It. 1 W.. on what is locally known
as the "Mesa." Xo-bid of less ;han S;.(0
per thousand feet for timber ant! -5 cents
Iter cord for wood will he consuh-ied. a de
dosit of .'5O.0l must accompany each bid.
and payment in full of the approximate
value of the timb r must be mad to the Re
ceiver within .'W days from date of notice of
award, or may. if the bidtiT so eh-et at time
of making "hid. he made in three equal pay
ments within 30. tW and !f days. resiectively.
from date of such notice. The bidder
agrees 1 1st t to comply with the rules and
regulations governing forest reser.es: ilfrid
to submit all timler to measurement hy the
forest offi'.ers ImToiv removing tho same:
(3rd) pay in advance for all thnber before
cutting the same : 1 4th I cut only t ! the cut
ting area agreed Uon : i.lthi cut only dead ;
timber and so much living timber as slmll
b. marked for cutting by the officer in
charge before cutting: Hithi clean up the I
slash according to regulations: 1 7th ) ob-j
serve such other minor regulations aud con- j
Jit ions as are involved in the applicitioa in j
this particular case : i sthi execute :t contract
and bond embodying the condition.- of this)
case. Timber on valid mining or otturj
claims will be reserved from BBS. Timber I
unsold may be purchased on the presenta- j
tion of petition therefor within one year
without further advertisement. l"nrchasers
failing to remove timber within one year 1
from date of notice of award, forfeit par
chase money and right to timber unre- :
moved, unless an extension of time is j
granted. The right to rejsct any and all j
bids is reserved. Bim.kk Hekmaw. Coin
First pub. April .. l:t2-w.
To Fred Schmidt. Jame Samm I- and 4ne ,
You are hereby nut i lit -I that I. m your eo-
I owner, have expended th- MM f ''i' hun- j
I d red dollars i$tODk for annual lalxire and I
I improvement! during titer, tht- years 18W. j
1KJ0 and niion each of the following'
dee-ri bed lode mining rlaii'ip situated inth ;
Thumi Butte Mining District. Yavapai j
Indiana, the notice of location lie roof i
recorded at M0i XWi of boot -ii of Mining I
Records in the ofnee of th County Ktvorder
of said county: New York, the notice of lo- j
canon niT'Of is rec ! riitii .:i or
html; f -;tid miiiiuu records : t io id Luck.
the notice of location wher- of NtOMdcd
page 3?0 of hook of said records: aggre
gating nine hundred ($NrJ) dollars, and tha
amount being the amount re-quired in
order to hold said ctain under the
provisions of section ''4 Reviwd Stat
utes of the l'nited Stales and the
amendments thereof eoneernn g annual
labor upon mining claims, aud If within
ninety ?( days from and after the ersonaI
service of this notice, or within ninety ' I
davs from and after the full i'i- Mration
hereof, as reruird hy law. you fail or mjk
lect tt contribute our proportion of said
exfMMiditnres as co-ovrn rs. your interests in
said mining claims will become the prop
erty of the subscrtb'r.
Dated ftaMUll, Arizoiut. April l;th. ttOB-
First publication April Mill, WK. W
Last publication July li.th. iROc!.
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