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The difference of cost between a good
and a poor baking powder would not
amount for a family's supply to one dol
lar a year. The poor powder would
cause doctors' bills many times this.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is
the most economical in the end, because
it goes further in leavening and insures
perfect, wholesome food.
Used always in making the biscuit
and cake it saves both health and money.
Made from pure, grape cream of tartar,
most healthful of fruit acids.
Baking Powder Co.,
M. S. Taft went to Jerome today.
Mrs. E. E. Coleman has returned
from her visit to California.
Attend the Sundavsehool picnic at
Iron Springs next Monday
Brick masons are at work on
walls of A. J. Head's new block.
Jacob Hankie left today for Los
Angeles for a two weeks' visit.
Harvey J. Lee arrived on this
morning's train from Phenix.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wood left on
today's train for Chicago, to be absent
Celebrate Labor Day by a trip
Iron Springs. Round trip only
cents; children zo cents.
Geo. Morris will leave shortly lor
Ann Arbor, Michigan, to take a busi
ness course in a college there.
Workmen are now at work on the
second story walls of the school
Mrs. Lynch, of Emporia,
came in with her daughter,
xv. Coleman, last evening.
Mr. Kelly, cashier of the Santa Fe
company at Ash Fork, is in town to
Frank Andrews is being talked of
for sheriff on the republican ticket.
He would be a winner if nominated.
A Necessary Precaution.
Don't neglect a cold. It is worse
than unpleasant. It is dangerous.
By using One Minute Cough Cure
you can cure it at once. Allays in
flammation, clears the head, soothes
and strengthens the mucous mem
brane. Cures cough, croup, throat
and lung troubles. For sale at all
Miss Driscoll, stenographer for H.
Wm. Stephens at Morristown, left to
day tor a vacation in California.
Wilson's and Shannon's friends
each claim Maricopa county for their
respective chief. The convention will
be held tomorrow.
J. C. Eankin, J. C. Smith and D.
Reardon, of the Braganza company,
arrived on last night's train from
Fred H. Potter, Jr., left today for
Saginaw, Michigan. Quite a number I
of his friends went down to bid him '
Ram P.anahU nf
two horses; carriage house attached,
for rent. Armlv at 191 V pi.,.
n. vZu'I l McCarty and Edith
Campbell, both of McCabe, were mar-
ried by Justice J. M. W.
Just Look at Her.
Whence came that sprightly step,
faultless skin, rich, rosy complexion!
smiling face. She looks good, feels'
good. Here's the secret. She uses
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Result
all organs active, digestion good, no
headaches, no chance of "blues."
Try them yourself. Only 25c at all
Miaa Irene De Large, the ten year
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
De Large, of Agua Fria. left on to
day's train for Berkeley, California,
to attend school there.
C. . Hart has resigned his posi
tion with the S. F., P. & P. railroad
at Jerome Junction and has accepted
a position with the M. & P. at Phoe
nix. Burglars broke into Jake Marks'
residence last evening and stole all
the good things to eat from the re
frigerator. This is the second time
they have played this trick on Mr.
and Mrs. Marks, which goes to show
that the thieves know where to go to
get good eatables.
It Needs a Tonic.
There are times when your liver
needs a tonic. Don't give purga
tives that gripe and weaken. De
Witt's Little Early Risers expel all
poison from the system and act as
tonic to the liver. W. Scott, 551
Highland avenue. Milton, Pa., says:
"I have carried DeWitt's Little Early
Risers with me for several vears, and
would not be without them." Small
and easy to take. Purely vegetable.
They never gripe or distress. For
sale at all drug stores
J. V. Shepard returned last even
ing after an absence of eight weeks
spent in Colorado hunting and fish
ing and having a good time generally.
It was his first vacation in several
years and he enjoyed every minute
S. F. Meguire was married in
Douglas recently to Miss Grace M.
Jordron of that place. The couple
have gone to Honolulu on their wed
ding trip. Mr. Meguire is said to
have amassed a hanusome fortune
during the past year in Douglas.
Shatters All Records.
Twice in hospital, F. A. Staffed ,
Verbena, Ala., paid a vast sum to
doctors to cure a severe case of pile--,
causing 24 tumors. When all failed.
Mucklen's Arnica Salve soon cure:!
him. Subdues Inflammation, con
quers Aches, kills pains. Best sal re
ra the world. 25c at all drug
Note. You cannot, if you value pood
health, afford to use cheap, low-grade
baking powders. They are mostly, in
spite of the pure food laws, made from
alum, which endangers the health. All
physicians will tell you that such pow
ders in food are injurious.
S. C. Miller has just returned from
a -isit to Bill Williams Fork. He
savs the country between here and
that Pace has not 1,ookef1 we,! fof
several years as it does at the present
time, the recent rains having started
up the crass in g vnd shape.
The rainfall i his year has been
greater than Cor several years past.
' Instead of all falling at once in cloud
burst shape, it has come in good,
soaking showers, calculated to do the
' most good. The rains for the pres
j ent seem to have etided, but there is
liable to be another "wet spell" early
in septeui ner.,
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders
for Children. Mother Gray, for
years a nurse in the Children's Home
iu New York, treated children suc
cessfully with a remedy, now pre
pared and placed in the drug stores,
called Mother Gray's Sweet Powders
for Children. They are harmless as
milk, pleasant to take and never fail.
A certain cure for feverishness, con
stipation, headache, teething and
stomach disorders and remove worms.
At all druggists, 25c. Don't accept
anv substitute. Sample sent FREE.
Address Allen S. Olmstead, Le
Roy, N. Y.
Just because the Journal-Miner
consents to furnish a candidate to
the democrats for the legislature, the
Courier office trots out one also. His
name is Lucius Barrows. With Scam
mell in the council and Barrows in
the assembly, Yavapai county would
have a dandv representation in the
balls of legislation, and no mr.ake
i about it.
Look Pleasant, Please.
Photographer C. C. Harlan, of
Eaton, O., can do so now, though for
years he couldn't because he suf
fered untold agony from the worst
form of indigestion. All physicians
and medicines failed to help him till
he tried Electric Bitters, which
worked such wonders for him that he
declares thev are a godsend to suffer
ers from dyspepsia and stomach
troubles. Curivaled for diseases of
the Stomach, Liver and Kidneys,
they build up and give new life to
the whole system. Try them. Only
50c. Guaranteed bv all druggists.
An advertisement of St. Joseph's
I a 1 " .L 4,1 I
: icieuj iipwdiK hi uiis issue, inin
i V5 an educational institution which
rrescott has lust reason to feel proud
i Pupils of any or all denomina-
j tions are admitted and their religious
j beliefs are not interfered with, while
the trainintr is most tin anH
! thorough in every particular. The
corps of teachers is excellent and the
moral influence of the sisters, as well
as the moral instruction, is souiethintr
! whicn remains with students as long
I jS they live" To out of town stu"
j dents the sisters furnish an excellent
:- Dome during the school year, as well
I as an excellent school.
To M) Friends.
It is with joy I tell you what Kodol
did for me. I was troubled with my
stomach for several months. Upon
being advised to use Kodol, I did so,
and words cannot tell the good it has
done me. A neighbor had dyspepsia
so that he had tried most everything.
I told him to use Kodol. Words of
gratitude have come to me from him
because I recommeuded it. Geo. W.
Fry, Viola, Iowa. Health aud
strength of miud and body depend
on the stomach and normal activity
of the digestive o'guis. Kodol, the
great reconstructhe tonic cures all
stomach and bowel troubles, indiges
tion, dyspepsia. Kodol digests any
good food you eat. Take a dose after
meals. W. W. Ross, Bnslev Drur
His Sight Threatened.
"While picnickiug last month
11 -year-old toy was poisoned
some weed or plant," savs W
Dibble of Sioux City. Ia. "He rub
bed the poison off his hands into his
eyes and for awhile we were afraid
he would lose his sight. Finally a
neighbor recommended DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. The first appli
cation helped him and in a few days
he was as well as ever." For -''in
diseases, cuts, burns, scalds, woi. "is,
insect liite DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve is sure cure. Believes piles at
once. Beware of counterfeiters. For
sale at all drug stores.
I hereby announce myself as n can
date for the office of supervisors of
Yavapai county, subject to the ap
proval and action of the democratic
convention of Yavapai county. Ari
Dav i Sinclair.
Prt : :ott
Leavos A!cCie 'uine at . . in.,
arrives in 1'rescoft at 10:3f) a. in.,
leaves Ure-'coit at 2 o'clock p. m.,
rives in MCube at 5 o'clock . m.
Stagt office 0. K. store.
PPITE COLETT, Driver.
Telephone Xo. 13.
The following is a list of letters re
maining in the Prescott post office for
the week ending Aug. 25. 1902.
Alderete, Simon Jenkins, J B
Black & Co Jennison, Sam
Bean. Dan H Jackson, C 3
Beavers, John Kellev. A D
Brice, H A Reiser, C C
Buchanan, T D Kemp, J S
Baulier, Robert Keller, Lillie
Bartlett, N H Mrs Kiug, A Grace
Bennett, E C Mrs Kinsey, J C
Bevers. J L Kobn, Mrs D
Brown, E Kiggins, Mary S
Bromhead. A C Lamer, J B
Burke, J Long, W A
Brown. N T Mrs Miller, Chas
Bovd, Henry A Martin John
Gilliam, F G Maxfield, Hubert
Chart, Cecil Martin, Chas
Campbell, Geo Morgan, Paul
Caul, D A Monroe, E W
Clark. A D McDonald, D R
Crank, Jas McComas. F R
Champis, C E McComas, F R
D.iwson. Dr Neeley, J R
Ellingson, Alma Nugent, J W 2
Eckert, C A O'Brien, M Jr
Edwards, E J Pope, Wm
Elliott, Sidney Parkhurst, E
Fitzgerald, hhos Robinson, T A
Fleet, Jas L Stall, J V
Fiench, C L Stevenson, N K
Flaherty, Pat Sullivan, Matt
Forey, Louis Sampson, Kate
Gentzer, Emma 2 Sandler, P
Gallagher, Thbs 2 Smith, Mary J
Orangey, Thos2 Swenerton, A H
Granson, Theo Simmons, Frank
Hightower, R Schivunbeck, R
Holman, Mabel Smith & Anderson
Hughes, Geo Turner, D R
Hooker, Mr J H Tucker, F M Mrs
Houston, E E, M D Taylor, A Miss 3
Hutchins F W Mrs Wells, Henry
Johnson, Henry Webb, Pauline
Johnson, Otto C Weaver, J W
Johnson, Aleck Williams, Mamie
Jonson, J S Wright, E J
Jenkers, R Wright, F J Mrs
Aabila, Lionardo Balensia, F
Balenzuela Antonio Barberena, Pedro
Prazil, J Mrs Campos, Juan
Arroyas, C Estrado Rumaldn
Fariz, Ramraon Maeras, Jose
Ontiveros, Alverto Pascual, Oltero
Pouquette, Turre Quintanarez L
Saneeda. Sabas Soto, Joe
Parties calling for above letters
will please say advertised.
A. L. Smith, Postmaster.
All Were Saved.
'"For years I suffered such untold
misery from Bronchitis," writes J. H.
Johnstone of Broughton, Ga., "that
often I was unable to work. Then,
when everything else failed, I was
wholly cured by Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption. My
wife suffered intensely from Asthma
till it cured her, and all our experi
ence goes to show it is the best Croup
medicine in the world." A trial will
convince you it's unrivaled for Throat
and Lung diseases. Guaranteed bot
tles 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free
at all drug stores.
Go to Kearney's.
A No. 1. milch
cow for sale. 427
Hildreth's sponges are worth double
the money. tf
Remember the sponge sale at Hil
dreth's. You will save money. It
Buy a ticket to the Sunday school
picnic at Iron Springs next Monday.
Good bath sponges 20c at Hil
Don't forget the special sale of bath
sponges at Hildreth s. tf
For Sale Full size white en
ameled iron bed with springs and
mattress, $10. Inquire Wooster'6. 3t
Fresh buttermilk every day at the
Comet Grotto. Sltf
Cold beer and Dutch lonches of all
kinds at Comet Grotto. 31tf
If you have trouble with your
butcher try Hurley's Market. tf
Our merchants' hutches consists of
all things in market at Comet Grotto.
Select your steak and we will cook
it to suit your taste at Comet Grotto
For sale--1,000 pounds of good
babbitt metal. For price apply at
this office. 'tf
Examine the Fay-Sho typewriter
Detore buying. Satisfactory trades
made. Herndon & Philpott. 8-18tf
Dolls! Dolls! Dollsl Dressed dolls
at from 10c to 50c at Wooster's today.
8 23 6.
Fresh bananas, oranges, lemons,
berries and other fruits at the Im
perial and Burke block confectionery
Oliver Jordan, the best ice cream
maker that ever turned a crank, is the
maker of those fine ice creams at the
Your lady will not love you unless
vou buv her candv from Shnmnto A
Co.'s Imperial and Burke block con
fectionery stores. tf
St. Joseph's academy will reopen
on Tuesday, September 2. Pupils
desiring entrance are requested to
present themselves before 8:30 o'clock
Tuesday morning for examination
aud classification. td
The tabulator attachment on the
Fay-Sho typewriter is the neatest
appliance of the kind yet introduced.
See Herndon & Philpott, rooms 11
and 12, Prescott National Bank bldg.
Insure your property with Martiu
dell. Home & Co., who represent six
teen of the leading American and
Foreign Fire Insurance companies.
All losses promptly and satisfactory
adjusted by J. H. Cliukscales, who is
a member of said farm. 3-10-tf
There are a few more packages left
at the Golden Eagle store, which we
will sell at five for $1.00 to clear up
all. The person buying the last
package will receive a handsome
-Iron Springs excursion; Labor day,
Sept. 1. 1902, under the auspices of
the Methodist Episcopal Sunday
school. Train leaves Prescott 8.30 a.
in.; returns at 6 p. m. Round trip
tickets, adults, 50 cent-; children,
half price. Tickets on sale at Woos-
ter s book store, by members of Sun
lay school and at train. Come and
bring your family. td
Corn Cure, 25c
Headache Cure, 25c
Toothache Cure, 25c
Wanted -A good Beatfe
lvrs'; am willing ft pay
;ri'ce tur a cmi1 animal I
L Dodw. .107 Usi m ff -.
r. .J oin
Fiirm-'ieil front room.
Grove Avenue North.
(Ja 1 at i41
One thonsanil ixunds of nld type
lyabWtt metal. Will be sold :u rpian-
tities to suit. Apply at Journal Min-'
Walter G. Reese,
Sec. and Treas.
Riblet, Reese & McLallen Co.
Prescott's Leading Real Estate
and Investment Company.
OFFICE BANK OF ARIZONA BUILDING, j
Two model cottages on South fit. Vernon Ave.
were listed with us today. Both of these proper
ties are in splendid conditions and the prices at
which we offer them should be unusually attrac
tive to either the investor or the home buyer. Call
at the office and wc will be pleased to tell you more.
It bvon't chop Wood
them all rapidly, easily, coarse or fine,
pieces, without mashing, squeezing,
Pencils, Tablets, and everything necessary to fit
Out Little Folks for School at Right Prices for Cash.
Stationery, Furnishing Goods
Hats, Caps, Shoes, Etc., Etc.
KELLY ! STEPHENS
Remember the Old
The 0. K. STORE
Staple and Fancy Groceries, A Full Stock of Men's Furnishing iws
Always on Hand. Al! Goods Fresh and Hp-locate.
JOSEPH DOUGHERTY. Proprietor
mm mm: wj JLI
A- Belcher. Props.
Mob tezuma Street.
West Side of Plaza
Everything; New & First Class.
Dr. RALPH J. ROPER,
Rooms 3 and 4. Telephone t$
A Skeleton in the Closet.
This is more truth than myth in 111111 y
bathrrwmis. and here the closed in plumb,
ing flourishes. Why go on sheltering a fata
of death and disease when our plumbing ii
the only l.-tilthful. safe, rettabli Hall
J. H.MUT R EIN
i I1 V J '. V ot c,i... r y
oa as 1 or.'..:, Stiver, t .y . IJ(
Ta"'aIs by Mail rsw 1 ' , ntiai
i-" nd m.-. r r, r.:.. .: .
00 DEN A.sa Company
,i.s lsta Street. DENVCK. COLO.
E. L. McLallen.
FIRE and LIFE
but Sargent's Gem Food Chopper will
chop raw meat, cooked meat, vege
tables of all kinds, fruit, crackers,
bread, eggs, cheese, nuts, figs and
other foods, and
Digests what you eat.
This preparation contain all of the
1 digestants and digests all kinds ot
food. It gives instant relief an J nver
fails to cure. It allows yuu t :it. all
the food you want. The most Sensitive
, stomachs can take it. By its u-e tunny
thousands of dyspeptics have been
fured after everything else filled. Is
jnequalled for the stomach. Child
ren with weak stomachs thrive cn it.
a" , X ... ,.L. A-.,.ki..
Ulirns ail siuiinaun !.-nz
The fl. butt: t
bv E. (l. Dev irrit ().. i 'nicagc
econutinsZH times tiicDCc. siok
BRISLEV 0RUG co w R0SS
The Union Saloon
And Lodging House
MAGGIORA i RElMAN, Props.
THE BEST BEER,
THE FINEST WINES
LIQUORS, CIGARS Etc
WE ARE ALWAYS OPEN
Corner at Granite and Goodwin Sta
We Can lie Foi.;!(l at Hotel flu flu
Wa W. WOi
Piaster and Cement Work.
Room 21 Bi&Wnrd B!dC. THONE 55.
In the District Court of thf Cnited States,
for the Fourth Dintrict of Arizona, iu
In thp matter of fit. L. RIOG, Bankrupt.
To the creditors of H. L. RigR, of Wins
low, in the county of Xavajo. and district
aforesaid, a bankrupt.
Notice is hereby siren that on the 2nd day
of June. A. D. ISO.', the said H. L. Riga was
adjudicated baukrupt : that the first meeting
of hi crulitor will be held at the office of
the undersigned in the town of Winslow.
Navajo county. Arizona, on the 20th day of
September. A. D. 1902. at 10 o'clock a. m.,
at which time the said creditors may attend,
prove their claims, appoint a trustee, exam
ine the bankrupt, and transact such other
business ns may properly come before said
Claims may be filed with the undersigned
at any time prior to said first meeting of
Dated Winslow, Arizona. August 23d, 1902,
FRED W. NtLSON.
Referee in Bankruptcy.
First publication Aujjust 27. W
Application For Patent.
United States Land Office, I
Prescott. Ariz.. Jan. 28. 1901. t"
Notice is hereby givun that William E.
Lucas, by T. j. Norris. his attorney iu fact,
whose postoftice address is Prescott. Ari
zona, has this day tiled his application for a
patent for :12.4 lineUr feet to the Cnlimit
ed, DaHbritai No. 1 and rnlimiled No. 2.
mining claims. learing gold, silverand cop
per, with surface ground six hundred feet in
width each, situate in Walker mining dis
trict. Yavapai county. Arizona Territory,
and designated by the field notes and official
plat on file in this office as survey No. 1511,
in sections tt and 32, tow nship H north,
range 1 wes.. said survey number 1511 being
. UNLIMITED LODE.
Beginning a' initial monument" at center
I of claim. A stone lixSx24 ins set
(me ft in the ground alongside a inon of
I stones . f t . Stone marked I M No 1511.
j Thence N 2 deg JO mill W 750 ft to north
! center end. which is also the south center
! end of Unlimited1 No 1 lode of this survey.
I A porphyry -ito'.ie viix24 ins set 1 ft in
j ground, alongside a mon of stories Hxo feet.
I stone marked IOI D No 1511 and S C E
I I No L No 1511. Thence S 87 deg : mm
I W :X) ft to corner No 1. which is also cor
ner X 2. Unlimited No 1 lode of this sur
vey. A porphyry stone Hxl0x24 ins set 1 foot
I in ground, alongside built a inon of stones
! ;tx3 feet, stone marked U No 1-1511. Same
I stone marked U No 1. No 2-1511. w hence
I eors of sees 4. 5. 32 aud 33, tps 12 aud 13 a.
R 1 W. t; ,v S R M. brs S 13 deg 21 mm fc
d;2.4 ft. Thence south 2 deg 30 inin E 15U0
feet to cor No 2. which is also cor No 1, Un
limited No 2, lode of this survey. A por
phyry stout 8ilUx:Si ins set oue foot in
ground, alongside a mou of stones 3x3 ft
stone marked V No 2 1511. Same stone
marked U No 2. No 1-1511. Theuce N .
deg 30 min E o00 ft to cor No 3. which is
also cor No 4, Unlimited No 2. lode of this
survey. A imrpbyry stone6x8x24 ins set one
ft in ground, alongside built a uion 3x3 ft.
Stose marked U No 3-1511. same stoue
marked U No 2. No 4-1511. Thence N I
deg 30 min W 1500 ft to cor No 4. which is
also cor No 3. Unlimited No 1. lode of thU
survey. A porphyry Stone6x8x30 ins set one
ft in ground, stone marked U No 4-1511.
wine stoue marked!' No 1, No 3-1511. Thenoe
S ,J7 deg : min W 300 ft to north center end,
the place of begiuuing.
UNLIMITED NO. 1 LODE.
Beginning at north center end. the initial
mon of the location. .V slate stone 3x8x24
ins set oue ft in ground, alongside built a
mou of stones 3x3 ft. Stone marked N C
E 0 No I. No 1511. Thence south 87 deg
30 min W :0 ft to cor No 1. a slate stone
4x10x24 ins set one ft in grouud. alongside
built a mon of stones 3x3 ft. Stone marked
U No 1. No 1-1511. whence core sec 4. 5. 32
and Tps 12 and 13 N. R 1 W. O A S R M.
brs S 11 dig 1C min E 816. ft. Thence S 7
deg W 855 ft to cor No 2. which is also cor
No 1. Unlimited lode of this survey, cor
described above. Thence north 87 deg 30
E liOO feet to cor No 3. which is also corner
No4of Unlimited lode of this survi y. cor
described above. Thence N 7 deg east -855
feet to cor No 4. A granite stoue 5x824 ins
set one ft in ground, alongside built a mon
of stones 3x3 hat. Stoue marked U No 4
1511. Thence S 87 deg M min W 300 ft to
north center end, the place of m ginning.
UNLIMITED NO. 2 LODE.
Beginning at initial mon at north center
end of claim, which is also the south center
eud of Unlimited lode of this survey, mon
described above. Thence S 87 deg 30 iiiin W
feet to cor No 1. which is also corner No
2. Unlimited lode of this survey, mon de
scriln.'d above, whence cor sees 4. 5. 32 and
33. Tps 12 and 13 N. R 1 W. O A S R M. brs
8 H deg I min E 5X!15.ti ft. Theuce south 12
deg 4 min aatl 1457.4 ft to cor No 2 por
phyry stone Sxl2x30 inches set one f.t in
ground, alongside bnill a mon of stones 3x3
Mat stone narked I' Ha 2. No 3-1U1.
Thence N 87 deg -i) min east tWO ft to cor No
3. A porphyry stoue fix! 2x28 ins sot one ft in
the ground, alongside built a inon of --to es
3x3 ft. Stone marked C Ka 2. NaUtU.
Thence north 12 deg 4 n iu W 1457.4 feet to
vor No 4. w hich is also cor No .'!. Unlimited
lode of this survey, cor described above.
Thence S 87 deg 30 min W :ao ft to north
Center eud. the place f beginning.
Variation at all corners 14 degrees cost.
Unlimited No 1 hide
Unlimited No 2 lode
Tutal area lisle claims 52.06 acres
T his claim is located in Sees 29 and 3j.
Tp 13 N. R 1 W. G and S R M. Walker min
ing district. Yavaimi county, Arizona.
The notice of the location of the i'uliinit.ti
lode is record.d in book 49 of mines, at page
The notice of location of the Unlimited
No 1 lode is recorded in bouk 47 of niine
at page 115.
The notice of location of ihe Uulimiied
No 2 lode is recorded in book 47 of mines,
at wge 116.
All ot which snic books are ot the records
of said county of Yavapai. Arizona, and for
further deeriotions. baarlajfpl u::d distances
of said lodes and each of them constituting
said claim, reference is hereby made to t lie
United States surveyor's notes hixl in this
land office, aud to the said ligation tiotkis
and records of said Yi'vaixii com ty. Arizona
Unlimited Tein extendi from initial monu.
tnent south 2 deg 30 mill east 750 feet, and
north 2 deg 30 inin west 750 fe t.
lulinnted No 1 vein extends fiom the
north center cud south 7 deg west 8.V1 ft.
Inlimiti'd No 2 vein extends from the
north center cud south 12 deg 4 min aaal
There are no known adjoining claiu.s.
Government land surrounding.
Any a .id ull persons holding adverse
claims thereto are required to present the
same before this office within sixty days of
the first publication hereof, or they will be
barred by the piovisions of the United
Stat. s,st:itut- -.
FREDERICK A. TITLE. Jr..
First inihlicatioii July .'to. 1902.
MORE LIVES ARE SAVED
Consumption, Coughs and Coids
Than By All Other Throat And
J-ung Remedies Combined.
This wonderf tl medicine positively
cures Consumption. Couchs. Colds.
Bronchitis, Asthma, Pneumonia, Ha
rever, r ieurisy, uaijeippe, noarseness,
Sorj Throat, Cioup and Whooping
CooSh HQ CURE. NO PAY.
Priw GOo. i SI. Trial Bottle Fret.
We promptly otaaiu lT. H. BDd 'rt-iga
Bead aatdaLabeteh or nhoto of inrcitta n for '
frecri'rt on vn'enlabllity. For free book, t
HnwtoSocnreTDinC IIIOIO rlte
write t 1
s a3r ri. Baa-' ajr.-'. r t
Ki 1 e i
tr 4? tO'.'H 1 V J
ney and BlaC': ' iiWI
MINE WARNING NOUCES!
MERTON GROUP OF MINES.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed is the owner of the Merton group of
chums, located iu Pine tiruve Mining dis
trict, Yavapai County. Arizona, haviug
bonded the same to the Cadilac Mining
Company ; the owner of said property nor
o said pro rty nor
will not bo responsible
ted ";r labor or other-
the property Itself wi
for auv debts contract
wise during the time of said bond.
K. M. Dougherty.
EIO BUG SMELTER.
Notice is hereby given that the Arizona
Eastern t Montana Smelting Ore Purchas
ing and Development Company has leased
the Boggs mines, smelter and pipe line, and
that Ihe unJ reigned will in no way be re
sponsible for e hts contracted in operating
Octobe 27. 189!).
L MINING CO.,
. S. Douglas, Agent.
Notice is hereby given that the Homestead
mine, located iu the Walker mining district,
is uow being worked under a bond, and that
the undersigned, owner of sa:d mine, will
not be responsible for any labor, accident or
debts of the same which may accrue during
the period of said bond.
Preacott. Arizona, Jan. 8, I'M.
Notice is hereby given that the Silver Belt
mine, located in the Agua Fria Mining Dis
rict. is now being worked under bond and
lease, and the owners of said property nor
the property itself, will not be responsible
for any debts contracted against said prop
erty during the time of said bond.
MRS. F. BASH FORD,
Prescott. Arizona. May 22, 1901.
NIGHT HAWK. Et Al.
The undersigned, owner of the Night
Hawk. White Hawk, and Scottish Chief min
ing claims, and Night Ha v. k mill site, situat
ed in Piue Grove district. Yavupui county,
Arizona, haviug bonded the same, will not
be responsible for any debts contracted
ag nst said property during the time of said
Prescott, Arizona. Feb. 1. 1900.
ONTARIO GROUP OF MINES.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
are the owners of the Ontario group of
mines, located iu Black Hills mining dis
trict, and tlmt we will not lie responsible for
any debts contracted for labor or otherwise
against said mining claim by parties work
ing the said Ontario group.
W. W. Munde A Co.
Prescott. Arizona. April 1. 1901.
rEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, ;
General Laud Otiice. U ashigton, 1). I"..
July 14. Hag. Notice is hereby given that
.lt .iiroWeH t., h o.,,.u.io. r ..I
the Gen. ml I .and Office, will be ateatead bv
the Receiver of lublic Moneys at the U. S.
Land Office, at Prescott. Arizona, up to and
including tlie 3d day of September, 1902. for
the purchase, under the provisions of the Act
of Jupe 4. 18U7. CIO Stat.. 34-:i. of all dead
timber sound enough for lumber or wood,
and a sufficient amount of mature living
timber. 12 inches and upwards in diameter.
to make wit!: the dead timber sound enough
for lumber .'Xl.iOi foet. and the wood from
the tops aud lops of the living timber and
from the dead timber, sound enough only
for wood estimated at cords, all to be
cut and taken from a tract of unsurveyed
land, estimated i.t 400 acres, on the south
side of the Hassnyampa river, approximate
ly in Sec. 3. T. 12 N.. if. 2 west. G. A S. R.
M.. within tile liuiifs of the Prescott Forest
Reserve. Arizona, no bid of less than $1.00.
Ier thousand feet for timber sound enough
for lumber, and 25 cuits for cord, will be
isiikred. A deosit of $100.00 with the
receiver must accompany each bid. and
payment in full for the timber awarded
mast lie made to the receiver within thirt)
days from the date of notice of award
may. if the b'dder
making bid. be mad
.n et :.t tune oi
in three eijual pay-
ments within 30. 60 an.) day-, r. si-vt'vely.
from date of notice of award. The cutting
and removal ot this timber will Ik- uinier
the' supervision of an officer designated for
that purpose, who will mark the boundaries
of the tract to be cut over, mark all living
timber to be cut bef ore cutting will be al
lowed "requiri the economical use of all of
every tree cut that will make lumber or
wood, and such care as will preserve the re
maining timber as far as possible, and the
piling for burning at a safe distance from
the remaining timber of the brush and rub
bish following the cutti'ii; of the timber
awarded. No living timber less than 12
inches iu diameter three feet above the sur
face of the ground will be allowed to be cut
and the amount of timber cnt will be limit, d
to the area und dimensions prescrib, d. 1 1.uf "esure v anil iwe oi mis sur
whether such amount reaches the approxi- I y henbi"r,' -" "-o: h'nce '4 cor
mate amount stated or not. A contract nr..- . aPd Mjv 13 n r 1 w. G S R B
Tiding for coe pliance with tli- rales a ..i
regulations and the ord. rs '.f the officers in
charge, and a bond iu double the amount of
the value of t'v timber awarded wiljjje re
quired to si i-h compliance. Bniber
on valid mil fr ther claims will bt
exempt from .- limber unsold maybe)
purchast ' on : ' 'a til- rotor withinoiie
year without larttV r lull iffaement. I1"'
chasers failing to n ' timber awarded
within one year Ir , date of notice of
award, forfeit purclut.se uuiucy and right
to titular unreir.oved, unless an extension
of time r granted. The" right lo reject
any and ki&a is reserved. Bim.ks Ifta
First pub. .'oly 30. w.
t'lsE NO. 46.
Department of tks laterW.rvcnera! Laud
Office. nVshitPrfrnr: f. v.. July MB. No
tice Iu Bert.i en that sealed bidsvjirvcted
to the, Ciwmissiouer of the Geiunil Lnnd
Office will bo received by the mbbWw of
public moneys at the I . . had office at
PrearoaW Art-.. a
27th dayol August
p to arc Including the
1:02. Ur the (U'ch.:se
of all dead timber, estimated at NMIU fi-et
b. :n. uud a siifCcicui aioonut of mature liv
ing timber to make with the dead 250.000 f .-t
b. m.. and all of the lois nr.d tops thenof
tigclhtr with u:l cortiwood v. hich car be
cut from dead titnlvr noi suitaKlc for lum
ber lint tft for fuel : all to be cut from tho
Arizona Blue Rock, Silver Heel. Silver Le if.
White Rock and Ti-jtw mining claims, lo
cated along the wvuiou road from Crown
Kin to V: - :t and iust north ot Gihdwin
! I'. O.. in the I'n -eott Forest Reserve. No
bid of less than $2 per thousand feet for I
ureen and SI it t'liaisand feet for drv saw.'
i timlier. and Jn.JO it cord for ."-i,''i snd !
i $0.25 per cord for dry woi -d will ht consid-I
! cred. A deios:t of $!. must accompany
each bid and payment in full ot th
iTiiate value or said timber must be made to
I the receiver within 30 days of date of notice
of sward or may. if bidder so elect at time
I of bidding. lie made iu three equal pay
I ments in 30. U0 and 90 days resiectively
sroin said dat. . The bjddi'i ugres (first)
to cut all dead imber on the iruU suitable
I for lumber and only so much of the living '
I timber as wili bjiecessnry to uuike with
the dead 250.(K feet b. m . : I second I to cut
' all marked timberand onlv that so marked:
' 1 Ithirrl 1 tooii under ilireetion of t!:e fnr.si
officer in charge ill! brit.-li .:: a rubnij-t ro-
-ulting from logging; ifoarthi to utilize !
the Ions and tops down to a diutueter of
three inches and to uuuiufiicturv i:.o cord-I
aaadafl daad timber oa the cutting-area I
not suitable 'or lumber. No timber w ill be
removed from the custody of forest officer j
until measured and marked by him mil i
paid for iu full. I'urchasers failinj : re-
move timbt-r av,-ardnl within one y. ir i.otu
date of notice' of award, forfeit attcbaat
money and right to timber unremofvd. un
less an extension of time is granted. The
right to reject any and al 1 bids is reserved.
Binger Hermann'. Commissioner.
First publication July 23.
Last publication Aug. 27.
Notice Tor Piihlication.
United Stat, s L.uiu 1 iftice. l'resi'ott. Ariz. '
June St, lift.'. '
Notice is lereby given tint Ernest A.
Hairott. t'f I'n .--ott. Arizona, has HU-d no
tice of intention to make nroof on hisdisert
land claim No. 142, for lie ne1. of in ; . of
I See 27. Ta p 17. n r - w before the regi-ti r
and receiver at ITescott. An... on Wednes
day, the IBOta day of Auuust. 1!J'.
He names the failowina wiitesses to
(irove thecouipk-te u riatiott .mil n claina
fionof said land, ria: (i. . Bell, of Jnr.c '
lion. Ariz.. BdVard !.. W , I. f .lu,- i
t,o. Ariz.. .1. B. Tom lui .ot Ir .
Ariz.. 1! nrj I!
Knderick A. Tritle. Jr..
First imblication. Jul', a
Notice For Publication.
Land QOee al Pri Malt, Ar:
June H, lit'.. ;
Notice id heri-by given tliat Ihe foliov. iinr
nam. d tH'ttler has tiKd tioti,-e of his ir.t- .
tiou to make hnl prtxif in WMJiyml i fh!.
c::ii::. atui that ta:d proof will ae nt
fore the Ueyisfer and Kiveixer at I'n isi tt.
Arizona, on July .i. HOS, Ha: rTJ Jam
Joyce, of I'rescotl. Arizoi;a. for the S : , Nil
"' . ' r. 'i c :
II : ' in s tli" fol!
4 und N - E Sc ;o. Tp IS . .t W .
UK tri; - - t
. of Mini X ill. y.
VI Hey, A
LAB. . M
Application tor a Patent.
United States Land Office. 1'rescott. Ariz.. I
June 17. 1902.
Notice is hereby given that George Wood,
attorney-in-fact of the Bed Rock Min
ing Company, a corporation, whose
i postofflce address is Prescott. Yav-
j j f
j;,,,, f, ,
county. Arizona, has made ap-
I nited States patent for
on the Victor. Sun Light.
Mir Light. H'lim Sted. Am-,x. Grate View.
Tresure Vault. Treeor Vault No. 1 and
Tresur Vault No. 2, lode claims, bearing
gold, silver and copper, the same being sit
uated in Hassayampa or Walker mining dis
trict. Yavapai county, Arizona territory,
and described iu the official plat and field
notes on tile in the office of the register of
tne I t Land District, Arizona, as fol-
Survey No. 162.
Victor Lode Beginning at cor No 1, iden
tical with the e cor of the loc and Vith cor
No 4, Star Light Lode of this survey, a
quartz rock 8x14x26 ins set 14 ins in the
ground, chiseled 1-V-4-S-1626, with mound
of stoni ilongside. whence :4 cor Tu sees 30
and 31. tp 13 n r 1 w, G and R B and M.
brs S 1 deg 53 min w 1249.7 ft ; thence n 0
deg 35 min e 1500 ft to cor No 2: thence s
83 deg 30 min w 596 ft to cor No 3 ; thence s
0 deg 10 min w 715.6 ft to cor No. 4 ; thence
s 1 deg 15 min w 785 ft to cor No 5: thence
n 83 deg 30 min e 600 ft to cor No. 1, the
place . ,f beginning.
Star Light Lode Beginning at cor No 1,
the se cor of the lode, a porphyry stone 8x10
i 26 ius, set 14 ins in th ground, chiseled
1 s-lt',26. with mound of stone alongside.
Whence U cor to sees 30 and 31 t 13 n r 1 w,
G4SRB1M brs s 24 deg. .08 w 1011.3 ft :
thence n 0 deg 40 min w 1364.8 ft to cor No
2 : thence s 73 deg 42 min w 382 feet to cor
No 3: thence s 0 deg 35 min w 937 feet to
cor No 4 : thence n 72 deg 7 min w 181.9 ft
to cor No 5: thence s 22 deg 16 min E 425 ft
to cor No 6 : thence n 73 deg 42 min e 40 ft
to cor No 1. the place of begiuning.
Grate View Lode Beginning at cor No 1.
identical with the se cor of the loc and with
cor No 1 of Home Sted lode of this survey,
a porphyry stone 12x12x28 ins. set 15 ins in
the ground chiseled l-G-l-H-1626. with
mound of stone alongside : whence t' sec
cor to sees 30 and 31 tp 13 n r 1 w. brs s 56
deg 32 min w 1120.9 ft ; thence n 2 deg .07
min w 1487.2 to cor No 2 ; thence n 70 deg
30 min w 500 ft to eat No I : thence s 0 deg
40 min e 147.; ft to cor No. 4 : thence s 70
deg 30 min e 540 ft to eor No 1, the place of
Home Sted Lode Beginning at cor No 1.
identical with the sw cor of the loc and with
cor No 1 of theGrate View Lode of this sur-
vey hereinbefore described : whence cor
to sees 30 and 31 1 13 n r 1 w, G S R M.
brs s 55 deg 32 min w 1120.T ft : thence n
deg .07 min w 1487.2 ft to cor No 2: thence
s 70 deg 30 min e 400 ft to cor No 3; thence
s 2 deg 28 min c 1491 ft to cor No 4: thence
70 deg 30 min w 41(1 ft to cor No 1. the place
unlight Lode Beginning at cor No 1,
ia uticai witn s w cor or ice loc and witneor
No 3 Star Light Lode of this survey herein-
"""11 J "
and 31 tp 13 n r 1 w. G A S R B A M bre 3 1
1 m.m w v;? "ence u 4 r
in in e 362 ft to eor No 2: thence n 3 deg 11
nun e 15UJ ft to cor So 3: thenoe s 73 deg 42
i in w 111) ir tu ,-nr No 4: thence 8 2 dec !TJ
nun w 924.9 ft to cor No. o : thence s 0 deg 35
min w 563 ft to cor No 1, the place of be
ginning. Tresur nult No 1 Lode Beginning at
cor No 1. identical with s e cor of the loc
and with core I Tresur Vault No 2. No 2 of
! Grate View and Home-sted lodes, all of this
survey hereinbefore described: whence U
B.v M brss 22 deg 17 min w 2291.7 ft : thence
n 3 deg 11 min e 1500 ft to cor No 2; thence
n 70 deg :10 v. 500 ft to cor No 3 ; thence s 3
iieg 11 min w 1500 ft to cor No 4; thence s 70 i
deg 30 nun e 500 ft to cor No 1, the place of
Tresur Vault No 2 Lode Beginning at
cor No 1, identical with the s w cor of the
location and with core 1 Tresur Vault No 1 ;
and 2 of Home-sted and Grate View lodes, !
all of this survey hereinbefore described: I
w heuce V cor to sees 30 and 31 tp 13 n r 1 w,
G .v S R B & M brs s 22 deg 17 min w
2211.7 ft : thence n 3 dea 11 min e 1500 ft to
eor No 2: thence s 70 deg 30 min e 400 ft to
eor No 3 : thence s 3 deg 11 min w 1500 ft to
...,r N'o 4 : t hence n 70 dec .Hi Miin w- 400 ft tr i
, cor No 1. the place of begiuning.
Tresure Vault Lode Beginning at cor No
1. identical with s e eor of the li and with
co.- No 1 of Aiiex lode of this snrvey. A por
phyry stone 8xl2x:s ins set 18 ins in the
ground, chiselid 1-T-V A 1-A-126 with
und of stone alongside : whence !4 cor to
s.v :i0 and 31 tp 13 n r 1 w. li A S K B Jc M
brs s 10 deg 13 mm w 3778.3 ft : thence n
'ie;i :)0 min e 1500 ft to cor No 2: thence n
70 dag 30 mill w 6fi ft to cor No 3: thence s
7 deg 30 min w MM ft to cor No 4; thence
s 70 deg 30 min e i ft to cor No l.the place
Apex Lode Bee'.nning at cor No 1. iden-
" ii wttn tiles v. c.r of the loc and with
. r 1,1 ap h ' .' 1 w 3778.3 ft: thence n
L "V8 ' 0 '" "ence s
j L':h'e.' ,nm e M' 'r ,.to t""r No 3; thence s
'v . i
.M ft to cor No 4: thenc
:i lo orNo 1. the place
" " - '
Ac , i-s
. Los urea in mm&i
rej No VtaH' Lode. 0.811
Total and net ar- . Star Light lode. .
Total aud it t area Grate View lode.
Total and i.-' : r Hunr S.1 !ix!e
Tola! and n
Total aud n;
wtr VaaM Nil
. BBM No 2
1 baa claim
ta! and net a;-
Total aud net an
Total and net ar
Ttii elaiiii : i .
w. G A S R 1! ,v . '
Mi:.i".g Obtrict, 1 .
' "j Sic:!), tpl" : . ; !
1 ; H.iss yaivpa
ADIOiNING CL VIMS.
These' lode clr.ims are teMaaad oa the
north by Peoria lode tinsitr. -v. d and U S
land. Ou the ea--t by U S land. Ou the
south by Uncle Joe hide, ursurveyea and
U S mild. On the west by Si No 691. Sur
nrice hale aud U S land.
O H'RSES OF LEDGES.
The ledge on the Victor lode brenOdeg
35 min w 1500 ft from mou SEC.
Tu- ledge on Star Light Irde bre n II deg
35 min w l:
tl ft from cor No 6.
The ledge ou Grate View lode bre n 0 deg I
40 min w from mou cr of the s end 1500 ft.
'Pie ledge ou the Home Sted lode brs n 3
deg 07 min w 1500 ft from SEC mon.
Tkf. ! dge on tie 9aa Light bre n 3 deg 11 i
min e 1500 ft from SEC mon.
The ledge 011 the Tresur Vault No 1 lode
bre n 3 di a 11 miu e 1500 ft from SEC mon. !
1 h-ledge on trie Tresur ault No 2 lode
!rs a 3 deg 11 min c 1500 ft from SEC
n,J? . ,
The ledge o
"J :m e
ne ledge 01
re Vault lode brs a
i S E C aMD
irtoc io . . .. . . :eg .30
. 1.1 . - 1 -ia
nun e 1.VI0 . ro
1 . t ' . i- : 1- of
.k 49 of
1 of the Sun Light is
f the county recorder
Arizo.i,:. in book 46 of
km of the Star Light is
lot the county recorder
itrizona. in cook ot
Mines, pig. 55.
Tlie notice tif
f ihe Home Sted
is 1 f ; . eor:
' TffiCe t
the county r-
Arizona. in B
59 i Mine-.
The notice rf
Ideation of the Apex is of
record in the office. of the county recorder
of Yavapai ci unty. Arizona, iu BHk 59 of
Mines, pajj" :'.'.'s.
ll.e notice i f location o. the drute lew
i.s of record in the office of the county re
corder of Yavapai coun.y. Arizuna. iu Sook
ft! of Mint s. iBute l'rj.
The notice of location of the Trestnre
Vault is of record in the office of the county
recorder of Yavapai county. Arizona, in
Book 59 of Mines, aaaw Mtt
Tbe noti.-e of location of the Trenr Vault
No. I is of record in the office of the county
recorder of Ynruuai county. Arizona, in
Book ,V of Mine. j a' "-'i.
v 1 T J"" ,le 7 'XL "i
Jw,vt 7V?,rd ,n of
; nty recorder.rf aral;ui.t. Art,
lh notice of a cat it n of the i:cnr
in Book ."9 of Mines, ixuie '.Z'AK
Any and all persons claiming adversely
the min inn irround. or any itirtion thereof,
st. described, surveyed, and platted and ap
plied for. are hereby notified that unless
their advers-' claims are duly tiled with the
Kettister of the Land Office during the next
sixty days of publication thereof, they will
be barred by virtue of the statutes in such
F. A. TRITLE. Jr..
First publication. June 17. D
tVi.- Mrl oi Sup; t vizirs. va.Mi
f the voters ... Vaiaaal
A w-rralsti ."i.
noil . A 1 ;. tan
s hen iy . n!.i ml to be ;
T li :mJy n-c ler ai:d eaeli justice . if
. ;. .:re'..;o.-. ..-.tnoiizcd by til" Stat-
'. lircd .rwf.
ne it Keguler clte IK-tooer 14. ItaJL'.
B) ord' r of the Board of Supervisors, Tar.
!. II. RobiiuHtn, Clerk.
First publication. June 5th. IMS.
Application For Patent No. 568.
Land Office, Preacott, Arizona, )
July 10. line, t
Notice ia hereby given that in poraaance
of the Act of Congress approved May 10,
1872. Geo. A. TreadwU Mining Company,
ny E. D. Tread well, it attorney in fact,
whose poatofBoe is Preacott. Yavapai coaa
ty, Arizona, has made application for a
I nited States patent for 1500 linear feet
each of the Iron Queen. Iron King. Dernend.
Dai ley. Hubbard. Logan. Putman and Mar
tin lode claims bearing gold, silver and cop
per, situated in the Big Bug mining district.
Yavapai county. Arizona Territory, and
described in the official plat and field notes
on file in tlw office of the Register of the
Prescott Land District. Arizona, aa follow. -to-wit
Survey So. 1613.
IRON QUEEN LODE - Begiuning at
corner No 1 identical with u w cor of the lo
cation aud with core 1 and 3 of Logan and
Martin lodes of this survey aud cor No 3 of
survey No 908. Boggs lode, whore a slate
stone is set showing 6x10x12 ins oat of the
ground chiseled 1-1 Q 1-L 3-M M33 with
mound of stones alongside, whence C8LM
No 153 bears u 36 deg 54 mm w 7078.5 ft. no
other bearings available. Thence s 80 deg;
34 uiin e 600 ft to cor No 2. identical with
cor of loc and with com 1 of Dailey and 4 of
Putman lodes of this survey and cor 7 of sur
vey ' Boags lode. Thence s 15 deg 15 tnia
w 1500 ft to cor No 3 identical with cor of
loc and with core 2 Iron King. 1 Hubbard
and 4 of Dailey lodes of this anrvey. Thence
n SO deg .4 min w 600 ft to cor 4 identical
aita cor of loc and with 1 of Iron King and
Demend and 2 of Logan lodes all of this
survey. Thence n 15 deg 25 min e 1M0 ft
to cor No 1. the place of beginning.
IRON KING .HUE-Beginning at cor
No 1 identical with n w corner of the loca
tion and with core No 1 Demend. 2 of Lo
gan. 4 of Iron (Jneen lodes all at this survey
whence I'SLM No 1538 bears n 28 deg
27 min w 80R2.5 ft. no other bearings avail
able. Thence s 80 deg 34 min e 600 ft to cor
No 2 identical with cor of location and w ith
core 1 Hubbard. 4 of Dailey and 3 of Iron
Qoeen lodes all of this survey. Thence s 19
deg 44 min w 1500 ft to cor No 3. identical
with the cor of the loc and with cor No 4
Hublwrd lode of this survey. Thence a 80
deg 34 min w 600 ft to cot No 4 identical
with cor of loc and with cor No 2 Demend
lode of this survey. Thence n 19 deg 4a
min e 1500 ft ccr No 1. the place of begin'
DEMEND LODE Beginning at cor N
1 identical with n e cor of the l and with
eors 1 of Iron King. 4 of Iron Queen and 1
. Lo8u. ''' ''i't tu"v. ""f!"0? ron
I described, whence L L M No 1; beara
n - dewjf-ul K-5 ? othf r '
in available. Thence s .9 deg 44 mat w
1 1500 ft c',r N. - dentical with the anr of
me loc anu witn cor o iron iviag swr ui
I . I ' OA J - .WI
i nis survey, ineuce u ueg . unu mw
ft to cor No 3 identical with the cor of the
locution. Thence n 19 deg 44 min e 1600 ft
to cor No 4 identical with cor of the loc and
with eor No 3 of Logan lode of this survey.
Thence s 80 deg :4 min e 600 ft to cor No 1.
the place of begiuning,
LOGAN LODE Beginning at cor Si
identical with the n e cor of the loc and
wtth core No 1 1 ro ; Queen and No 3 of
Martin lodes of this survey and cor So 3
survey No 508 Bt: s lode, whence U S L M
I -. , -...i i .... -. : o u - F.
1000 "V" u " u. nT ' ' ,
ouier oeanuKs a....j. oic. iiicm
25 tu in w laOO tt to cor .No - identical wun
the cor of the loc .:n 1 with core No 1 of De
mend and Iron King and No 4 of Iron
Queen lodes. Therce n 80 deg 34 min w
(It) ft to ecr 3 identical with the cor of the
loc and with cor N 4 of Demend lode of
this survey. Thence n 15 deg 25 min e 156f
ft to cor No 4 identical with the loc and
with cor No 4 of Martin lode of this survey.
Thence s 80 deg 34 min e 600 ft to cor No IV
the place of beginning.
MARTIN LODE Beginning at cor No
1 identical with the n w cor of the location
where a porphyry stone 6x8x24 ins is set U
ins in the ground chiseled l-M-1633 with
mound of stones alongside, whence U S L M
No 1538 bre n 13 deg :!3 min w 5628.6 ft.no other
bearings available. Thence s 80 deg 34 min
e 600 ft to cor No 2 identical with the cor of
the loc and with cor No 4. surrey No 908
Boggs lode. Thence s 8 deg 50 min w 1500
ft to cor No 3 identical with the cor
of the loc and vita core No 1 of Logan
and Iron Queen lodes of this surrey and No
3 cf snrrey No ffH B cgs lode. Thence u 80
deg 34 min w 600 ft :o cor No- 4 identical
with the cor of the lac and with cor No, 4
Logan lode of this - 1. vey. Thence n 8 deg
50 min e 1500 ft to uor ;No 1, the place of
PUTMAN LODE Beginning at cor Not
idetitii-d -.. ith the nw cor of the loc and
with eor N'o 6. surrey No 908. Boggs lode,
when it -i ite stone is set showing 4x12x12
- j ms. abo.c tne ground cmseieo i-p-i..
with in. u:. d of stones alongside: whence V
S L M V !.(8 bre n 49 deg 52 min w 6634 ft,.
no other I: arings being arailable. Thence
S 80 de" : :-l m i n e 600 f t to cor No 2 identical
I wmk rV .r of the loc. Thence s 8 deg'
min w 1 i" ft to cor No 3 identical with the
cor ot the loc and with cor No 2 of Dailey
Lode 1 ' thai survey. Thence n 80deg 34
min 0 ' ."t to cor No 4 identical with the
cor o' 1: 1. c aud with core No 1 of Dailey
2 of 1 .1 . en lodes of this survey and
7 ,,f sorv
No 908 Boggs lode. Thence n 8
I uf hemi
K lartO ft to cor No 1 the place
DAILE 1 LODE Beginning at cor No 1
identic .1 . ith the nw eor of the loc and with
core 4 c' ' uf'nan. 2 of Iron Queen lodes of
! this stkv. v und No 7 of survey No 908 Boggs
lod . he, .-e U S L M N'o 1SI8 brs n 40 deg
J .04 Biin 7536.7 ft. no othel bearings avail
ice s 80 deg :-l min e tit I) feet to
eor No 'ntical with the cor of the loc
i ar.:l ' or No 3 of Ihitmau lode of this
! sorvorT .i.ence s 15 dctg 25 min w 1500 ft
toe deutical with the cor of the loc
i ai d 1 or No 2 Hubbard hide of this
! sn:t. ;. : hence n 80 deg ;!4 min w 600 feet
I to co . identical with thecor of the loc
and wji'i .on -No 1 Hubbard. 2 of Iron
King a f Iron Queer, ltxles of thi srrr
rey. 7 N 15 deg 25 inin e 15( ft o cor
Not. the; .-e of beginning.
B UBBJ fl LODE Beginning at cor No
1 id ut'h . ith the nw cor of the loc anJ
wit 1 r Iron Kiug. 3 iron Oue"ti and 4
O .il .( . - ot this surrey, whence U S L M
No :" . are n 31 deg 10 min w 866.9 ft,
no 1 !w irings available. Theuce s H)
deg -1 miu e 600 ft to cor No 2. identical
with the e r of the loc aud with cor No 3
Dniit y 1 ide of this surrey. Thence 19 dap
44 mi. w 1500 ft to cor No 3. identical with
the co, of the loc. Thence n 80 deg 34 rata
w HU ft to cor No 4 identical with the cor
of the toe and with cor No 3 Iron King lode
of this survey. Thence n 19 di g 14 min e
1500 ft to eor No 1 the pla;e of beginning.
Variation at all corners 14 deg e.
Total net area of Iron Queen lode.
Total net area of Iron King lode
Toiai net area of Demend lode.. . .
Total net area of Logan lode
Total net area of Martin lode
Total net area ol Putman lode
Total net area of Dailey lode
Total net urea of Hubbard lode
Total net area of lode claim..
This claim is located on unsurveyedjand
approximately in tp 12 c. r 1 e. G t S R
jeendiau in the Big Hug mining district in
flavanai county. Arizona.
Adjoining Claims Martin lode is bound-
j eu or' - n. e is: .uiu 1 uiin.in 10.0 1- . - .ui.u.u
Ui the we-t bv survey Nc !W tM."gs lode
.j .1.. - 1 t ... I ..I K. ...... I
,1'id the Iron Oaeen Imie is Niunded on
north bv survey No to." Boggs lode. The
rest of the claim is bounded by C. S. lands,
here being no other k..owu locations or
The ledge ou the Iron Queen lode bears
n 15 deg 25 min e 1500 ft from mon SEC.
The ledge ou the Iron King lode bears s 19
w 44 mm w ijp from mon at N E C. The
dgv on Demend lode bears 19 de 44 mm
'.v l.iii from N t: I. ihe ledge on 1
bears n 15 dec it 111 iu e 1501) ft from mon at
S K C. Ihe ledite im Martin lode bears n 8
deg 50 rain e 1500 ft I nun the mou at S E C.
The ledge on Putman lode bears n X deg 50
e 1500 ft from the mon at SEC. The ledge
on Dailey lode bra n 15 deg 25 min e 1500 ft
from the' mon at S E C. The ledge on the
Hubbard lode Urs s ID Jeg 44 miu w 1500 ft
from the mou at N E C.
Notices ftf Location of tfwsr claims are of
record in the Recorder's ofB t Viv inal
eonntv. Arizona, as follows : Iron Queen in
li.K.k ;,7 of loines. iwigi it-V: Iron King, boi
55 of mines. "J: Martin, hook 59 ci'
:' 'e.. jfisre 457: l"utman. bovk 59 of mines,
page 47 : Logan, book 59 of mines, page
at; Dailey. bottk 59 of mines, page 4H):
Demend. book 5iiof mines, page 4l : Hub
bard, book 5H of mines. ge 4t.': all being
records of Yavapai county, Arizona.
Any and all persons claiming adrersely
any portion of the said Iron yueen. Iron
King. Demend. Dailey. Hubbard. Logan,
fntmau and Martin mining claims, or sur
face ground, are required to file their ad
verse claims with the register of the United
Statist land office at Prescott. Arizona, with
in sixty iny from the date of the Hrst pub
lication hereof, or they will be barred by
virtue of the provisions of the statute.
FREDEKH K A. TRITLE. JR.,
First publication July lfi. w
I'siate of li.ibrit 1 H. '.aBerteu. dtveaed.
Notice is hen by i.iet by the undersigned,
executrix of the ert ,ie of Gabri. 1
H. LaBerttu. d-veased. to the cred
ited of :imi all ,s !' 1:1s having claims
against ti:' siiiit .iicti:t d. io exhibit them,
wi.h the iHvtss.iri .oii.iuts, nithiu ten
niontlis after tli.- ; ::o" of thts ry-
,., .k- m ..trwitrit. at that
..f J. F-
Diiloi . in 1'rescott,
!M oe J.l'i HT 'lie
aiaesa of saiii eatate, in
Marv A. LtHfrteu,
Kxecutrix of the will of (J ibriel H. LaBertea,