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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
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The new school books are in and school will open
Monday the 9th. Allowance made on all displaced
books. Bring in your old books and get your
credit on them before opening day. Everything in
the School Line,
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Retail Dealers ,;
Mining Timbers a Specialty
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Proprietor
lollow Concrete
Building
Blocks
PRICES OF MEAT
ARE TO ADVANCE
California Sonds Stock Buyers to Ari
zona and Toxas in Vain Quest Coast
Cities Aro Paying Tirst Incroaso of
Ouo Cent on All Outs.
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Cheapness of construction; buildings warm
In winter, cool In summer, dry ventilated
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require but little mortar; plastering mar
be Mono on the back of the stone, buvIpk
lathing: free from rats, mice or vermin;
perfectly snnltary, resists rain nnd dries
quickly, while solfa walls remain damp.
1 use the Right Process, the Right
Material and have the Right Kind of
Blocks, also the Right Kind of Machin
ery. Estimates on Building Promptly
Furnished. Call at
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Two-story Concroto Block House, West
of Globo Lumber Yard
JUST RECEIVED
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COMPOSITION BOOKS
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PENCILS and SLATES
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CO.
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Lumber of Every Description
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Roofing, Etc.
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A Los Angeles paper Rays;
Prices of meat aro going up with a
rush within tho next fow weoks. Los
Angeles will pay more for its steaks,
chops, roasts anil boiling pieces during
the coming winter than it has over paid
before. An onornioiiHly increased do
lnand and a remarkably decroasod sup
ply aro tho causes. Cattle novor before
woro so scarce on the coast. Advnnccs
havo already been made practically of
a cent a pound nil around. Tho whole
saler, the retailer and tho consumer are
in tho sumo boat. Natural conditions
aro blamed by local experts. They deny
any trade combination to advanco tho
prices.
It mutters not whether tho taste be
for beof, pork, mutton, veal or lamb
tho squeeze will bo just as tight.
Stock buyers say it is next to im
possible now to obtain more thnn
enough animals on tho hoof to supply
tho immediato domand. They confess
to a good deal of skopticism ns to tho
wheroness of tho winter supply. The
coast states havo been scoured and tho
packers and mtirkot men are reaching
far afield in a seemingly vain effort to
find what they seek.
Ordinarily this is a season of tho year
just at summer's close when cattle,
hogs and shcop aro plontiful nnd cheap.
After a fow months of green feed the
animals aro fat and tho stock raisers
part with them, at a lower price per
pound, tho increased woight moro than
compensating for tho cut in the pound
rate.
But it is different now. Instead of
the thousands of fat animals awaiting
slaughter, there is a very groat short
age. Dealors say it is bound to got
worso ns tho winter senson comes and
tho usunl necessity nriscs for feeding
stock animals with moro expensive pro
vender. Prices on all stock, say tho local
dealers, aro sovcral cents per pound
moro than is usual at this time.
There was a time, not many years ago,
when Southern California furnished all
tho mutton that was desired for local
consumption when tho sites of Pasa
dena and other prosperous cities wcro
nothing but ranges for countless sheep;
when ranches of thousands of acres jn
this vicinity wcro roamed by bands of
cattle.
But advancing civilization has caton
the stock and has converted the range
and tho ranch into town lots and bus
tling cities, whenco comes a demand for
even moro meat than there was before.
It used to be, only recently, that
Texas could bo depended upon for am
ple shipments of cattle when the local
supply was short, but tho Lono Star
state has experienced a dry spell and
wo can look for no relief from that
quarter.
A number of San Francisco buyers
who heretofore havo drawn their sup
ply from Nevada and Arizona, woro in
Los Angeles a fow days ago, returning
from 'Jcxas, whither they had gone in
.quest of stock. Their errand was com
paratively fruitless.
Tho great feeding grounds in tho
Sacramento and San Joaquin valleys
havo been drawn upon until they aro
depleted of stock nnd Imperial valley,
the newer and promising stock country,
is coming through with everything it
can spare.
Sheep aro shipped in hero in largo
number now from Utah, but the freight
is high, and this on top of tho advanced
cost of tho meat to tho dealer, naturally
causes tho consumer to look upon choice
lamb or mutton as if it wero pato dd
foi gras.
It has got so that tho buyers go to
a Btock raiser with a largo number of
ewes and contract with him at speci
fied prices for tho lambs that may bo
expected in the usunl courso of events.
Hogs nro shipped in hero from Sioux
City, Iowa, at a cost of 8 cents a pound,
livo weight. From packer to butcher
the pork is sold at from 11 to 12 cents
a pound.
Tho price of fat cattle advanced in
tho months of July and August, some
thing theretofore unknown. They still
aro going up. If tho gait is maintained
the cow may yet jump over tho moon.
"Tho time has passed," said a local
retailer, "when n person can expect
to get a good-sized chunk of sirloin, a
soup bono and n piece of dog meat for
a dime. There are a good many reasons
for this. With prosperity, pcoplo aro
eating moro meat; tho population of
tho entire country is growing constantly
and thero is a tremendous incroaso in
tho yearly consumption of meats of all
kinds.
"At tho samo time tho great ranges
of tho west aro rapidly disappearing
through ono cnuso and another, and
thero is a constant decrease in tho pro
duction of stock animals.
"I bclievo that fow retailers of meat
havo mado money in Los Angeles this
summer. I know that a number have
failed thirty, I havo been told. It will
bo hard for many moro this winter, for
pcoplo will cut down their orders under
tho riso that is bound to come."
expects to turn to good account in
tho construction of the territorial pris
on at Florence, says tho Arizona Ga
zette. While in California Governor Kibboy
is visiting tho San Qucntin and Folsom
prisons for tho purpose of studying tho
manner in which thoso penitentiaries
have been built and aro conducted.
Kibboy will meet with the wardens of
both prisons, spending a day at least
at each of them to inspect tho buildings
grounds, interior, tho arrangement of
cells and tho precautions that aro taken
agninst jail breaks and to keep pris
oners under control.
California's prisons nro considered
nmong tho best regulated in tho west,
and when Arizona has its new peniten
tiary at Florence several of tho leading
features of tho Golden State prisons will
probably bo used.
Ono important feature which Gover
nor Kibboy intends to study is tho man
ner in which California criminals nro
worked in tho jute and comont mills.
At Florence it is intended to put pris
oners to work in a big rock quarry,
from which building stono will bo taken
and sold to help tho expenses of the
institution.
Though few peoplo in Arizona may
know it, Superintendent Rynning of tho
Yuma prison was for many years a con
tractor, constructing several largo build
ings. ltynning's experience in tho -construction
of big buildings will bo valuable to
Governor Kibboy and thoso upon whom
fall tho burden in tho building of tho
now prison at Florence.
Governor Kibboy has expressed a wish
that tho Florence prison bo ono of the
best constructed and most modem in
tho west. Tho need of up-todato ac
commodations for Arizona prisoners has
been felt at Yuma for sovcral years,
i i
The way to got rid of a cold, whether
it bo a "bad cold" or just a little one,
is to got it out of your system through
tho bowels. Nearly all cough cures, es
pecially thoso that contain opiates, aro
constipating. Kennedy's Laxative
Cough Syrup contains no opiates and
acts gently on the bowels. Pleasant to
take. Sold by Ilanna's Drug Store.
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HAVE EARNED H
Wonderful Profits on a Singlo Herd In
tho Salt River Valley Figures Show
that Dairymen Aro Making More
Money than tho Merchants.
SEEKS DATA FOR
FLORENCE PRISON
Governor Kibboy is Examining Cali
fornia Penitentiaries to Gather Infor
mation Which Hs Will Turn to Good
Account in Building Now Pen.
When Governor Kihlmv tnrn tr.
Phoenix Soptembor 15 from California
whoro ho was ono of tho leading figures
in tho National Irrigation congress, it
will bo with much information that he
But few peoplo rcalizo the wonderful
profits that lie in the dairy business in
the Salt Itiver valley. It is safe to Bay
that there are fow, even among the
business men of Phoenix, who nro mak
ing moro money per annum than the
owners of tho dairies hereabouts, says
the Arizona Gazette.
Thero is ono small dairy near the In
dian school which is a typical instance
of what can be done in that lino in this
valley. Thero are forty-fivo cows in
this dairy and on an average they pro
duce ninety gallons of milk every day
in tho year, which is sent to tho cream
ery nnd sold. Aside from this, enough
milk is saved out at tho farm to feed
forty-fivo calves.
But saying nothing of tho profit in
raising calves, there is a total daily
receipt of $22.50 for the milk sold, nt
tho present price of 25 cents per gal
lon. For a year tho receipts aro
$8,212.50.
Tho expenses of running this dairy
aro comparatively light. Two men arc
required, it taking approximately $45
per month to pay and feed them. For
a year this amounts to but $1,080.
Thero nro eighty ncrcs on tho ranch
where tho cows aro pastured. It costs
on an avcrago $1.50 per month per cow
to buy wnter and keep this ranch under
cultivation. For a month this amounts
to $07.50, nnd for a year $810. Tho
total expense of maintaining the dairy
ono year is therefore $1,890, while tho
receipts aro $8,212.50, tho net profit be
ing $G,222.50.
This sounds liko a fairy talo to east
ern farmers and dairymen, but resi
dents of tho Salt River Valley know that
thero is a clear profit of at least $0,000
per year to bo had from forty-fivo
cows.
follows: Ruth Original, book 3, page
01; amended, book 8, pago 308. Giant
Cactus Original, book 0, pngo 29;
amended, book 8, pago 308. Bryan
Original, book 0, pago 273; amended,
book 8, pago 357. Adjoining and con
flicting claims aro Arizona-Michigan,
Iron Mask No. 1, Iron Mask No. 2 and
Contact on tho northwest; Barney nnd
Pinnl on tho northeast; Pinal, Stallo &
Moody, Red Cloud and Arizona-Michigan
No. 2 on tho southeast; and Arizona-Michigan
No. 3 on tho southwest.
LYMAN W. WAKEFIELD, Register.
First publication August 10, 1907.
321
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 270.
United States Land Office, Phoenix,
Arizonn, August 8, 1907. Notico is
hereby given that tho Arizona-Hancock
Copper Company by its Vico President
Alfred C. Seiboth, whoso postoflico ad
dress is Florence, Arizona, has mado
application for patent for tho Colum
bia lode, tho Roosevelt No. 1, lode, the
Roosevelt No. 2 lodo and tho Roosevelt
Extension lodo, Survey No. 2381, situ
ated in tho Pioneer Mining District,
Pinnl County, Territory of Arizonn, de
scribed as follows:
COLUMBIA LODE: Beginning nt
corner No. 1 whence U. S. L. M. No.
2381 benrs S. 3 deg. 03 min. E. 539.8
feet. Thcnco S. 70 deg 0 min. W. 000
feet to Corner No. 2. Thonco south 29
deg. 22 min. E. 750 feet to corner No.
3. Thcnco S. 13 deg. 38 minE. 750
feet to corner No. 4. Thonco N. 70 deg.
0 min. E. COO feet to corner 5. Thonco
N. 13 deg. 38 min. W. 750 foot to cor
ner 0. Thcnco N. 29 deg. 22 min. W.
750 feot to corner No. 1, tho placo of
beginning.
ROOSEVELT No. 1 LODE: Begin
ning at corner No. 1, whenco U. S. L.
M. No. 2381 bears S. 3 deg. 3 min. E.
539.8 fet. Thcnco N. 70 deg. 0 min. E.
539.8 feet, Thcnco N. 70 deg. G min. 13.
deg. 22 min. E. 750 feet to corner No.
3. Thonco S. 13 deg. 38 min. E. 750
feet to corner No. 4. Thenco 8. 70
deg. 0 min. W, 000 feot to corner No.
5. Thence N. 13 deg. 38 min. W. 750
feet to corner No. C. Thenco N. 29
deg. 22 min. W. 750 feet to corner No.
1, tho placo of beginning.
ROOSEVELT No. 2 LODE: Begin
ning at corner No. 1, whence U. S. L.
M. No. 2381 bears S. 3 deg. 3 min. E.
539.8 feet. Thcnco N. 70 deg. 0 min.
E. 000 feet to corner No. 2. Thenco N.
45 deg. 38 min. W. 750 feet to corner
No. 3. Thenco N. 32 deg. 39 min. W.
750 feet to corner No. 4. Thenco S. 70
dog. 0 min. W. COO feet to corner No'.
5. Thence S. 32 deg. 39 min. E. 750
feet to corner No. 0. Thence S. -15 deg.
33 min. E. 750 feet to corner No. 1,
tho placo of beginning.
ROOSEVELT EXTENSION LODE:
Beginning at corner No. 1, whenco U. S.
L. M. No. 2381 bears S. 3 deg. 3 min. E.
539.8 feet. Thence S. 70 deg. C min. W.
GOO feet to corner No. 2. Thence N.
45 deg. 38 min. W. 750 feet to corner
No. 3. Thenco N. 32 deg. 39 min. W.
750 feet to corner No. 4. Thcnco N.
70 deg. G min. E. GOO feet to corner No.
5. Thcnco S. 32 deg. 39 min. E. 750
feot to corner No. 0. Thence S. 45 deg.
38 min. E. 750 feet to corner No. 1,
tho place of beginning.
Tho locations of the abovo described
lodes aro reported as follows: Tho Col
umbia Mining Claim in Book 21 of
Mines at Pago 482; Tho Roosevelt No.
1 Mining Claim in Book 20 of Mines
at Pago 385; Tho Roosevelt No. 2 Min
ing Claim in Book 20 of Mines at
Pago 380; and tho Roosevelt Extension
Mining Claim in Book 20 of Mines at
Page 380, all records of mines in tho
ofllco of tho County Recorder in the
County of Pinal, Territory of Arizona.
Claims bounded on nil sides by U. S.
lands. LYMAN W. WAKEFIELD,
Register.
First publication Aug. 13, 1907. 319
MINING APPLICATION NO. 273
United States Land Office, Phoenix, Ari
zona, July "29, 1907.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Old Dominion Copper Mining and
Smelting Company, of Globe, Arizona,
by its Attorney in fact, William Her
ring, of Tucson, Arizona, has mado ap
plication for a patent for the South
East Globe, Alice, Hypatia, Hidden
Globo, Copper Road and Interloper
lodes nnd tho Interloper Mill-site, sur
voy No. 2209 A & B, in Globo Mining
District, Gila County, said lodes being
situate in S. E. J4 of Sec. 23 and S.
W. i of Sec. 21, and said mill-site in
N. E. Vi of Sec. 20 nnd S. E. VI of Sec.
23, Twp. 1 N., Range 15 E., G. & S. R.
B. & M., described as follows: SOUTH
EAST GLOBE LODE: Beginning at
cor. No. 1, whenco sec. cors. 23, 24, 25
& 20, T. 1 N., R. 15 E., bear S. 34 deg.
50 min. W. 2592.9 ft.; thcnco N. 52
dog. 50 min. E. (Var. 13 deg. 29 min.
E.) 502.2 ft. to cor. No. 2; thcnco N.
72 deg. 48 min. E. (Vur. 13 deg. 42 min.
E.) 873 ft. to cor. No. 3; thonco N. 2i
deg. 15 min. W. (Var. 13 deg. 28 min.
E.) 199 ft. to cor. No. 4; thcnco S. 03
deg. W. (Vnr. 13 deg. 28 min. E.) 1-110
ft. to cor. No. 5; thenco S. 21 deg. 15
min. E. (Var. 13 deg. 10 min. E.) 149.0
ft. to cor. No. 1, tho placo of beginning.
ALICE LODE: Beginning at cor. No.
1, whenco cor. Sees. 23, 24, 25 & 20, T.
1 N.R. 15 E., bears S. 44 deg. 00 min.
W. 105 1.0 ft.; thenco N. 37 dog. 11 min.
W. (Vnr. 12 deg. 20 min. E.) 251 ft.
to cor. No. 2; thence N. 31 deg. 21 min.
W. (Var. 12 deg. 30 min. E.) 293.5 ft.
to cor. No. 3; thcnco N. 52 dog. 50 min.
E. (Var. 12 deg. 13. min. E.) 13G1.7 ft.
to cor. No. 4; thenco S. 31 deg. 21 min.
E. (Vnr. 13 deg. 42 min. E.) 293 ft. to
cor. No. 5; thcnco S. 37 deg. 11 min.
B. (Var. 13 deg. 30 min. E.) 244 ft. to
cor. No. 0; thenco S. 52 deg. 21 rain.
W. (Var. 12 deg. 30 min. E.) 1305 ft.
to cor. No. 1, placo of beginning. HY
PATIA LODE: Beginning at cor. No.
1, whence Sec. cors. 23, 21, 25 & 20, T.
1 N., R. 15 E. bears S. 9 deg. 49 min. E.
322.8 ft.; thonco N. 37 deg. 11 min. W.
(Var. 12 deg. 52 min. E.) 254 ft. to cor.
No. 2; thenco N. 31 deg. 21 min. W.
Var. 13 deg. 30 min. E.) 293.5 ft. to
cor. No. 3; thenco N. 55 deg. 07 min.
E. (Var. 13 deg. 20 min. E.) 783.2 ft.
to cor. No. 4; thenco N. 53 deg. 12 min.
E. (Var. 13 deg. 30 min. E.) 701.5 ft.
to cor. No. 5; thenco S. 31 deg. 21 min.
E. (Var. 12 deg. 13 min. E.) 293.5 ft.
to cor. No. G; thence S. 37 deg. 11 min.
E. (Var. 12 deg. 30 min. E.) 254 ft. to
cor. No. 7; thcnco S. 54 deg. 12 min. W.
(Var. 12 deg. 30 min. E.) 1487.5 ft. to
cor. No. 1, placo of beginning. HID
DEN GLOBE LODE: Beginning at cor.
No. 1, whenco cor. Sees. 23, 24, 25 & 20,
T. 1 N., R. 15 E., bears S. 25 deg. 00
min. E. 851.5 ft.; thenco N. 55 dog. 07
min. E. (Vnr. 13 deg. 20 min. E.) 783.2
ft. to cor. No. 2; thcnco N. 24 deg. 15
min. W. (Var. 13 deg. 30 min. E.) 443
ft. to cor. No. 3j thenco S. 01 deg. 10
min. W. (Var. 12 deg. 40 min. E.) 147G
ft. to cor. No. 4; thence S. 24 deg. 15
min. E. (Var. 12 deg. 30 min. E.) COO
ft. to cor. No. 5; thence N. 55 deg. 13
min. E. (Var. 11 deg. 11 .nin. E.) 713.3
ft. to cor. No. 1, place; of beginning.
COPPER ROAD LODE: Beginning at
cor. No. 1, whenco cor. Sees. 23, 21, 25
& 20, T. 1 N., R. 15 E., bears S. 49 deg.
53 min. W. 815 ft.; thenco N. 3G deg.
W. (Var. 13 deg. E.) 228.8 ft. to cor.
No. 2; thenco N. 54 deg. 12 min. E.
(Var. 12 deg. 05 min. E.) 755.G ft. to
cor. No. 3; thence S. 30 deg. D. (Var.
12 deg. 30 min. E.) 211 ft. to cor. No.
4; thenco S. 55 deg. 09 min. W. (Var.
12 deg. 3G min. E.) 755.8 ft. to cor. No.
1, pladc of beginning. INTERLOPER
LODE: Beginning at cor. No. 1, whence
cor. Sees. 23, 24, 25 & 20, T. 1 N., R.
15 E., bears S. 13 deg. W. 1250.9 ft.,
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and cor. No. 1, Interloper X
S. 23 deg. 11 min. W. 997,
N. 53 deg. 12 min. E. (Vi
min. E.) 704.5 ft. to co
j.ii. on ui'i;. uu iiiiu. u var
min. E.) 802.5 ft. to c.r
iM. zi ucg. in min. w. va.
min. E.) 149.G ft. to c. r N(
S. 5i deg. 15 min. W. ,or
min v. innn ft in n. . i
' -" " Vf.
S. 24 deg. 15 min. E. Jr
min. E.) 183 ft. to cor .
beginning. INTERLOP jj
Beginning at cor. No i w
No. J, Interloper .Lode, tars;
11 min. E. UD7.8 ft., a,i ,.ur
Ml, Zi ii :SU, T. 1 JS., H i;p
u neg. 10 min. u. 6Z
89 deg. 54 min. W. (Va
E.) 300 ft. to cor. No
deg. 00 min. E. (Var. 1 lf.
320 ft. to cor. No. 3; f .-,..,
53 min. E. (Var. 9 i
10H.7 it. to cor. jno. 4; .
Vi mm. E. (Vur. 11
05.2 ft. to cor. No. 5; .
15 min. E. (Var. 12 deb
cor. No. 0; thenco S. 3'j ;.,
(Var. 12 deg. 30 min. '
cor. No. 7; thenco S. 1 c7
(Var. 12 deg. 30 min. t
cor. No. 8; thence 8. 5 .j
(var. is deg. 4U mm. i-
cor. No. 9; thcnco S. 80 1;;
(Var. 12 deg. 30 min v
cor. No. 10; thenco N -E.
(Var. 12 deg. 40 mi t
cor. No. 1, placo of be,, ..;
of location notices of .
mill-siic aro of record
order of said Gila Con
and at the page set opp
ivo names of each as
South East Globo Lode, v
of Mines, pago 300; Ah -Records
of Mines, pag .
Lode, Book 8, Records
237; Hidden Globe Loo t
ords of Mines, page 3
Lode, Book 8, Records '
239; Interloper Lode, 1- n
of Mines, page 302; Id
site, Book 8, Records t .
207. Adjoining clain,- ,
Southwest Lode, survey . .
Ledge Lode, Lot No. i
Lot No. 39, on the nortr t
survey No. 300, Gladiat -1
No. 110S, and Even I , t
veyed, o"h tho East; 1 :
Mulo Shoe Lodo and ( - ,
each unsurveyed, on the ,
No. 10, Barney Rice ( ,.
West. Conflicting clain -
Lode, Gladiator Lodo, L.
Southwest, Mulo Shoe, f
Castle Hill lodes. The c ..t
Hoosier lode, Lot No. l
west, Mulo Shoe, Even i
Hill lodes arc excluded i
WAKEFIELD, Register
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MINERAL APPLICATION No. 279.
United States Land Office, Phoonix,
Arizona, August 12, 1907. Notico is
hereby given that M. McCarthy, of
Globe, Arizona, as attorney in fact for
Globo-Boston Copper Mining Company,
has mado application for patent to tho
Ruth, Giant Cactus and Bryan lode
mining claims, Survey No. 2298, situ
ated in tho Globo Mining District, Gila
County, Arizonn, in sections 13 nnd 14,
Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E., G. & S. R. B. & M.,
and described as follows: Ruth Bo
ginning nt Cor. No. 1, whenco tho E.
Cor. of Sec. 11, Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E., G.
& S. R. B. & M., bears N. 71 deg. 13
min. E. 9G9.1 foot; thenco S. 32 dog. 20
min. E. GOO feet to Cor. N6. 2; thenco
S. 51 deg. 51 min. W. 1500 feet to Cor.
No. 3; thcnco N. 32 deg. 20 min. W.
GOO feot to Cor. No. 4; thonco N. 51
deg. 51 min. E. 1500 feet to Cor. No. 1,
tho placo of beginning. Giant Cactus
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whenco tho E.
Yi Cor. of See. 11, Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E.,
0. & S. R. B. & M., bears S. 01 deg. 18
min. E. 55.1 feet; thonco S. 32 deg. 20
min. E. GOO feet to Cor. No. 2; thenco
S. 07 deg. -IS min. W. 930.9 feot to Cor.
No. 3; thonco N. 32 deg. 20 min. W.
570.8 feot to Cor. No. -1; thcnco N. 00
deg. 23 min. E. 920.1 foot to Cor. No.
1, the placo of beginning. Conflict with
Red Cloud claim, Survey No. 2299, con
taining 1.379 ncrcs, is excluded. Brynn
Beginning at .Cor. No. 1, whonco tho
E. ii Cor. of Sec. 14, Tp. 1 N., R. 15
E., G. & 8. R. B. & M., bears S. 01 dog.
IS min. E. 55.1 foot; thcnco N. 51 deg.
27 min. E. 1487.8 foot to Cor. No. 2;
thonco S. 32 deg. 20 min. E. GOO feet
to Cor. No. 3; thenco S. 51 deg. 27 min.
W. 1487.8 foot to Cor. No. 4; thenco N.
32 deg. 20 min. W. GOO feot to Cor. No.
1, tho placo of beginning. Conflict with
Pinal claim, Survey 819, containing .392
aero, is excluded. Location notices aro
recorded in Records of Mines, County
Recorder's office, said Gila County, as
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