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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Wednesday, Sept. 25, m
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Globe Plumbing and Heating Co.
P. L.,Butz, Mgr. H. W. Titus, Sec. and Treas.
and Steam Heating
ESTIMATES FURNISHED on APPLICATION
OPPOSITE KINNEY HOUSE, MESQUITE ST.
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to $3.00 por day. Twenty minutos rldo from Hot
Springs station, uranam county,
Arizona. Theso wonderful wa
ters aro rcconunondod to euro
rhoumatisra, gout, dropsy, liver,
kidnoy and stomach troubles,
blood disorders and wonion's ail
ments. Boautiful lawns and
shado trocs; largo plunge and
swimming pool; also fish lake and
boating, lawn tennis and croquet
and swings. Try our wondorful
mud and mineral baths. If you aro sick, got well. If woll, got pleas-
o uro and rest.
V Tickets with roturn limit of ten days, $5.35 for tho round trip.
"i Saturday and Sunday excursions On Saturdays .and Sundays from
y May 23rd to Soptomber 30th, tickets llmitod to roturn the following
p Monday will bo on salo at the rato of $4.25..
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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GLOBE LUMBER COMPANY
Mining Timbers a Specialty
Concrete Building Blocks
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ADVANTAGES OF HOLLOW CON
Cheapness of construction; buildings warm
In winter, cool In summer, dry ventilated
walls, (Ire and dust proof; insurance Is
cheaper, requires no palntlnc or repairs:
blocks can be laid in the wall rapidly and
require but little mortar; plastering mar
be done on the back of the stone, saving
lathing: free from rats, mice or vermin;
perfectly sanitary, resists rain nnd dries
quickly, while solid walls remain damp.
I 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
Two-story Concrete Block House, West
of Globe Lumber Yard
Hello! Is this 121?
Send one of your solicitors around. I want to give
an order and get the
5 per. cent Rebate for Cash
This is what scores of people are saying every day.
Wm. MSI Williams
Telephone 121 GENERAL MERCHANDISE North Globe
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f LOW RATES
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I 1 to Oct. 31
Tho following rates apply to main line points on Southern "Pacific
Company in Arizona and Now Mexico:
NEW YORK ; $50.00
WASHINGTON, D. 0 48.25
NEW ORLEANS 30.00
ST. PAUL .' ' 31.75
CHICAGO '.. 33.00
ST.LOUIS .' '30.00
HOUSTON ..,.'. 25.00 '
OMAHA r. 25.00 ,
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Long Time Limits and Stopovers
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E G. HUMPHREY,
Dist Pass. Agent,
Santa Rita Hotel Bldg. 291 Tucson, Arizona X
Papers Found on Mexican Revolution
ists Show that Roosevelt Was to
Bhare Fato in Store or President
Diaz Brilliant Woman in Scheme.
It has boon definitely announced that:
Mugon and Vlllarcal, tbo Mexican rev
olntionists, recently arrested in Los An
geles, will bo tried in Cochise county.
A Los Angeles paper publishes tho sub'
stanco of several lottors which were-
found on tho men at tho tliuo of their
arrest. Tho disclosures are summed. up
"Terrific abuse, spread around tho
world, against Theodoro Roosevelt.
Evidence tendiug to show that Roosc
velt was to share tho fato in store for
"Tho existouco in Los Angeles of a
brilliant and bold woman anarchist who
dared more than any of tho men.
"Written statements of prominent
revolutionists showing that the at
tacks upon Canauca, Douglas and Jua
roz were all planned by tho gang re
contly nrrestod in Los Angeles.
"Plot to collect money in Spain by
working on tho hatred supposed to exist
there toward tho hero of San Juan lull
"All theso things have been found in
lottors confiscated by tho Mexican gov
eminent from .tho effects of Ricardo
Florcs Magon, Villareal and Riyiera.
.arrested after a fierce struggle recently
in a liouso on Pico Btrcot.
"Hidden somowhero iu Los Angeles
is a dnre-dovil Spanish woman who
should bo standing with the Mexican
revolutionists when they arc arraigned
hero in tho United States court.
"Letters recently confiscated show
that she was tho most daring and reck
less anarchist of all tho band. Her
name is Maria Tnlivcrn. She is said
to bo a beautiful and attractive womau.
Her friends and even her husband re
garded hor as a quiet housewife, intent
on cooking frijolcs. But in her frying
pans she was seeing men fighting; hear
ing in tho sizzlo of tho grease the crash
of arms, tho pound of horses' feet and
the din and commotion of a nation's
"She was the go-between and fiery
inspiration of the plotters who had their
headquarters in Los Angeles. Some of
the terrible lottors that havo been
seized show that she was recently in
trusted with Boino dreadful secret mis
sion into Chihuahua probably tho as
sassination of some high Mexican ofli
"Magon in his letters speaks of arms
having been sent nnd says that Maria
never asks whether sho will bo in dan
gcr of death whon sent on a mission.
If assigned to kill a tyrant, ho says,
sho will do so or mako nil tho necessary
"Some of tho confiscated documents
indicato that certain Los Angoles nows
papers might find a better use for their
sentimental tears. Tho halo of martyr
dom for theso revolutionists Magon
and his pals do not fit well."
Superior Consul Ellas of Tucson, who
is in the city, yesterday said that he
had been aware of tho cxistenco of the
lottcrs, as had also United States Attor
n oy Alexander. Mr. Elias said that the
murderous woman mentioned in the let
ters, the revolutionists' instrument of
assassination, had bcon located and she
would shortly bo arrested.
Many a man who demands justice
would whino for mercy if ho got it.
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 292.
United States Land Office, Phoenix,
Arizona, September J7, 1007. Notice is
heroby given that -W. H. Butler, of
Olobe, Arizona, has made application
for patent to tho Upper Notch lodo min
ing claim, Survey No. 2422, situated in
tho Globo-Mining District, Gila County,
Arizona, in Sec. 18, unsurvcyed Tp.. ,1
N., R. 10 E., G. & S. R. B. & M., do
scribed as follows: Beginning at Cor.
No. 1, whence tho E. Vi. .Cor. of Sec. 24,
Tp. 1 N., It. 15 E., G. & S. R. B. & Jtfv
bears S. 54 deg. C9 .rain. W. 1074.0 leetj
thonco N. 27 deg. 30 .min. W. 605.0 feet
to Cor. Jko. 2-, thonco N. 54 deg. 32 min
E. 108C.8 feet to Cor. No. 3; thonco N.
43 deg. 37 min. E. 10.8 icct to Cor. No.
4; thonco 8. 27 deg. 30 min. E. 005.0,
feet to Cor.-No. 5: thenso S. 54 deg. ,25
min. W. 1090.0 feet to .Cor. No. 1, tho
placo'of beginning. Conflict with Ari
zona claim, survey -No. ,2313, .containing
6.889 acres; conflict with Jvingston
claim, unsurvoyed, containing .115 ucre,
and conflict with Stonewall claim, sur
vey No. 1123, containing .003 acre, are
excluded. Location notices aro recorded
in Records of .Mines, County Recorder's
.office, said Gila County, as follows
Original, book -0, pa go 189; amended,
.book 8, pago 347; amended, book 12,
pngo 180; umonded, book 15, pago C5.
Adjoining nnd conflicting claims aro
Hogoyo and (Buckoyo on tho jiorthwost;
Badger .and.Ivingston on tho northeast;
Kingston, Carlos, Stonewall and Arizona
on tire southeast and Arizonn on the
southwest. LYMAN W. WAKEFIELD,
First' publication Soptombor 19, 1907.
- NOTICE ,TO TAXPAYERS
The dupliqato .assessment roll of Gila
county,, .Ariz., for tho year 1907J has
been delivered to mo for .tho collection
of taxes, All taxes not paid on or
before tho second Monday in December
next, willbccQmo delinquent. Af tor thnt
date .the fees nnd interest, ns provided
by law, will "bo added to nil taxes ire
maining unpaid. ,Ofllco in Giln County
courthouse. Hours 9 a. in. to 12 m.; 1
to 5 p. m. ' D. R. WILLIAMSON,
County Treasurer and Ex-offlcio Tax
Dated Soptombor 10, 1907.
.MINERAL APPLICATION No. 282.
United States Land Office, Phoonix,
Arizonn, Soptombor 12, 1907. Notice is
heroby given, that Julius Lioberman,
Trustee, of ,tho City nnd State of New.
York, by N. S. Borray, of Globe, Gila
County, Arizona Territory, his attorney
in fact, has mado application for pat
ent to tho SILENT lodo .mining clnim,
Survey No. 2375, sitratcd in tho Globo
Mining District, Gila County, Arizona
Territory, in Section 13, Township 1
North, Range 15 East, Gila & Salt River
Base & Meridian, described as follows:
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whenco tho S.
,E. Cor. of Sec. 13, T. 1 N., R. 15 E.,
G. & 8. R. B. &-M., bears S. 15 deg. 30
min. E. 480.0 feet; thence S.' 00 deg. 33
min. W. 949.25 feet to Cor. No. 2; thence
N. 20 deg: 10 min. W. COO.O feet to Cor.
No. 3; thence N. 00 deg. 33 min. E,
949.25 feet to Cor. No. 4; thence S. 20
deg. 10 min. E. 600.0 feet to Cor. No. 1,
the place of beginning. Conflict with
Survey No. 535, Copper Hill lode, .900
acre, conflict with Survey No. 840.
Amador lode, 2.822 acres and conflict
with Vixen lode, unsurvoyed, .005 acre
are all excluded. Location notices are
recorded in tho County Recorder's
office of Gila County, in Records of
Mines, as follows: Original, Book 0,
pago 610;amendcd, in Book 12, pago 032.
Adjoining und conflicting claims aro
Victory, unsurvoyed, on tho north; Cop
per Hill, Survey No. 535 on the east;
Vixen lode, unsurvoyed nnd Amador,
Survey No. 840 on tho south and Copper
Priuco, unsurvcyed and Lizzie, Survey
No. 1109 on tho west.
LYMAN W. WAKEFIELD,
First publication September 15, 1907
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
"THE GOLDEN COPPER MINING
Know All Men by Theso Presents:
That we, tho undersigned, havo this
day associated ourselves together for
tho purposo of forming a corporation
under the luws of tho Territory, and to
this end for tho purpose adopt tho fol
lowing Articles of Incorporation:
The name of this corporation shall be
THE GOLDEN COPPER MINING
COMPANY, and tho names of tho incor
porators are R. S. Knowlcs of San Gar
lor, Arizona; F. P. Burnett of Globo,
Gila County, Arizona Territory; A. N,
Lewis and John Blake of Stanley, Gra
ham County, Arizona Territory.
Tho principal place of business of
this corporation shall bo in tho Town
of Globe in Gila County, Arizona Terri
tory, but it may maintain such other
offices within or without this Territory
as shall be directed by its Board of
Directors whero moetings may bo held
and all corporate business may be tran
The amount of tho capital stock of
this corporation shall bo ono million
(1,000,000) dollars divided into one mil
lion shares of the par value of ono dol
lar each, and such stock shall at the
date of its issuance be fully paid and
forever non-asscssablo in money, prop
erty, labor or other valuable thing, and
tho judgment of the Board of Directors
shall be conclusive as to tho value
The time of tho commencement of this
corporation shall bo at tho date of the
filing of its Articles of Incorporation
with tho Territorial auditor and shall
continue for a period of twenty-five
The general nature of the business
proposed to transact is to do a general
mining business, to locate, lease, oper
ate, buy and sell mines and mining
clnims; to own, lease, buy and sell real
estate or other property; to conduct nnd
operate a general merchandising busi
ncss; to buy, own or build railways
and opcrato tho same; to locate and con
struct waterways and water locations,
and in fact to do or carry on tho bust
ncs3 in the same manner that a natural
person could do. To buy, sell and by
pothecato stocks either of this or any
other corporation in tho manner
which tho Board of Directors may deem
Tho affairs of this corporation shall
be managed by a Board of Directors
who shall bo elected on tho first day of
April, 1908, and on that dato yearly
thereafter, in tho manner as shall be
provided by the By-Laws.
Tho highest amount of indebtedness
to which this corporation at any ono
timo shall subject itself shall bo tho
sum of Fifty Thousand Dollars.
Tjio private property of tho Btock
holders bf this corporation shall bo and
is hereby mado forever exempt from
all liabilities for its debts or. obliga
tions. IN WITNESS WnEREOF, wo hnvo
hereunto sot our hands nnd seals this
6th day of Soptomber, A. D. 1907. l
R. S. KNOWLES, '
F. P. BURNETT,
A. N. LEWIS,
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
On this day personally appeared bo
foro me, Geo. Wnlter Shuto, a Notary
Public in nnd for tho County of Gila
and Territory of Arizona, R. S. Knowlcs
and F. P. Burnett, personally known to
mo to bo tho parties who signed the
abovo and foregoing Articles of Incor
poration, and nsknowledgcd to mo that
thoy exocuted tho samo for tho purposo
Given under my hand and scnl of my
offico this 6th day of Soptomber. A. D.
My commission expires March 31,
J910. OEO. WALTER SIIUTE.l
(Seal) Notary Public.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA, f.
County of Graham. ss.
Boforo mo, II. T. Firth, a Notary
Public in and for Grahnm County, Ari
zona Territory, on this day porsonaliy
appearod A. N, Lowis and John Blake",
known to mo to bo tho parties woo
signed tho abovo and foregoing Articles
pt incorporation, and acknowledged to
mo (that they exocuted tho samo for tfro
purposo therein oxpressed.
Given under my hand nnd seal of
offico this 10th day of Soptembcr, A. D.
1907. JI. T. FIRTH
(Seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires October 22,
AMENDED ARTICLES OE INCORPO
RATION OF. THE W.. W. BROOK
NEB COMPANY. ' :
Know All Men by Theso Presents: '
frt.i i .. ..,; i i i!.r
inui, ut uu uujuuruuu uunuai meeting
of tho Stockholders of tho W. W. Brook
ncr Compnny, a corporation of Arizona,
duly convoncd and held on tho 14th. dny
of September, A. D. 1907, all of tho
stockholders and stockf the corpora
tion being present nnd represented, the
following amendments to tho Articles
of Incorporation of said company were
duly nnd regularly adopted by tho af
firmative voto of more than n majority
of the capital stock of said corporation,
Articlo Sixth of said Articles was
then and there amended so as to read
"Sixth: The affairs of this corpora
tion shall bo conducted by a Board of
Directors, consisting of not less than
five nor more than soven persons, who
slialj bo choscp by the stockholders from
among their own number ut tho annual
meeting thereof, which annual meeting
shall bo held at tho company's offices
in the City of Globo on tho first Monday
iu September of each year."
"TIip officers of tho corporation shall
bo a President, a Vice President and a
Secretary and Manager, and such other
officers as tho Board of Directors may
dcslgnnto, and shall bo elected by the
Board from among its own members, or
from among tho 'stockholders of tho
corporation, nt a meeting of tho Board
to bo held immediately after tho annual
stockholders meeting; nnd tho officers
shall hold offico until tho noxt annual
meeting, and until their successors nre
chosen nnd qualified."
"Tho Board shall fill nil vacancies in
its own membership in any office, and
shall prescribe the duties of all offi
cers. ' '
Articlo Seventh of tho Articles of In
corporation was amended so as to read
"Seventh: The highest amount of
indebtedness to which this corporation
shall at any timo subject itself shall
bo Fifty Thousand ($50,000.00) Dollars."
Clause Fourth of Articlo Ninth of
said Articles was amended so as to read
"Fourth: To render tho shares and
interests of stockholders transfer
able and to prescribe tho mode of mak
ing such transfers, and to limit and re
strict the negotiability of such shares."
Articlo Eleventh of said Articles of
Incorporation was amended so us to
read as follows:
"Eleventh: These Articles of Incor
poration may be amended, altered and
changed with reference to any matter
herein set forth by the affirmative vote
of a majority of tho stock of this cor
porution, at any regular annual meet
ing of the stockholders or adjournment
thereof, or at any special meeting of
stockholders called for that purpose."
And tho President and Secretary of
said corporation were, by resolution of
8a id stockholders and stock, duly au
thorized and directed to take such steps
as arc required by lawr to givo effect
to said amendments.
Wherefore, the undersigned, ns such
President nnd Secretary, do hereby ex
ccuto, acknowledge, file, record nnd
publish this instrument, ns required by
Par. 770 (Sec. 10) of Chapter II of
Title XIII of the Revised Statutes of
Arizona, as amended by Sec. 2 of Act
rso. 88 of the Twenty Second Lcgisla
tivo Assembly of tho Territory of Ari
zona, approved March 19th, 1903, and
all legislation supplemental thereto and
WITNESS tho namo of the corpora
tion, by its President, and its corporate
seal, attested by its Secretary, this, the
10th day of September, A. D. 1907.
The W. W. BROOKNER COMPANY,
By W. W.'Brookncr,
(Corporate Seal) President.
Attest: James Ewing, Secretary.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Giln. ss.
Beforo me, Geo. R. Hill, n Notary
Public in and for tho County and Terri
tory aforesaid, personally appeared W.
W. Brookncr and James Ewing, each to
mo well known, and known to mo to be
the same persons whoso names arc
signed to tho foregoing Amendment of
Articles of Incorporation of tho W. W.
Brookner Compnny, as President and
Secretary, respectively, of said corpora
tion, and each acknowledged beforo mo
that ho is such President and Secretary,
respectively, and that ho did sign and
seal said instrument as such, for and on
behalf of said corporation and as and
for its frco act and deed, by each of
them voluntarily executed for thd uses,
purposes and considerations therein set
forth and expressed, and that ho was
first duly authorized so to do by reso
lution of tho stockholders of said cor
poration. Given under my hand and official
seal, this September 18th, A. D. 1907.
. (Notarial ' GEO. R. HILL,
' Seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires January 21,
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,
County of Gila. ss.
I, E. T. Stewart, County Recorder in
and for said Gila County, do hereby
oortify that tho within instrument of
writing was filed at tho request of N. N.
Allred, on tho 18th day of September,
A. D. 1907, nt 35 minutes past 4 o'clock
P.. M., and duly recorded at Pago ,
Book 2, Records Corporations, Gila
County, Arizona Territory.
E. T. STEWART, County Rccordor.
By Bollo Mnldonndo, Deputy Recorder -
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 279.
United States Land Office, Phoonix,
Arizona, August 12, 1907. Notico is
horoby given that M. McCarthy, of
Globo, Arizonn, as attorney in fact for,
t31obo-Boston Copper Mining Company,
has mado application for patent to tho
"Buth, Giant Cactus and Bryan lode
mining claims, Survey No. 2298, situ
ated in tho Globo Mining District, Gila
County, Arizona, in sections 13 and 14.
jTp. 1 N., R. 15 E., G. & S. R. B. & M.,
ana described ns follows: Ruth Bo-
ginning nt Cor. No. 1, whence tho E.
Cor. of Sec. 14, Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E., G.
S. R. B. & M., bears N. 71 deg. 13
min. E. 909.1 foot: thenco S. 32 deg. 20
fhifn. E. COO feet to Cor. No. 2; thenco
8. 51 deg. 51 min. W. 1500 feet to Cor.
No. 3; thenco N. 32 deg. 20 min. W.
600 feet to Cor. No. 4: thonco, N. 51
tlcg. 51 min. E. 1500 feet to Cor. No. 1,-
tho place of beginning. Giant Cactus
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whenco tho E.
44 Cor. of Sec. 14, Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E.,
0. & S. R. B. & M., bears 8. 61 deg. 18
min. E. 55.1 feot: thenco 8. 32 deg. 26
,min'. E. 600 feet,, to Cpr. No. 2; thonco
a. u uug..o rain. v. uou.y iect 10 v;or.
No. 3; thence N. 32 deg. "26 min. W.
570.8 feet to Cor. No. 4; thence N. 60
deg. 23 min. E. 926.1 feet to Cor. No.
1, tbo place of beginning. Conflict with
Red Cloud claim, Survey No. 2299, con
taining 1.379 acres, is excluded. Bryan
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence the
E. Y Cor. of Sec. 14, Tp. 1 N., R. 15
E., G. & S. R. B. & M., bears S. 61 deg.
13 min. E. 55.1 feet; thence N. 51 deg.
27 min. E. 1487.8 feet to Cor. No. 2;
thenco S. 32 deg. 26 min. E. e00 feet
to Cor. No. 3; -thenco S. 51 deg. 27 min.
W. 1487.8 feet to Cor. No. 4; thence N.
32 deg. 20 min. W. 600 feot to Cor. No.
1, tho place of beginning. Conflict with
Pinal claim, Survey 819, containing .392
acre, is pxcluded. Location notices nre
recorded in Records of Mines, County
Recorder's office, said Gila County, as
follows: Ruth Original, book i, page
94; amended, book 8, pago 308. Giant
Cactus Original, book 6, pago 29;
amended, book 8, pago 368. Bryan
Original, book 6, pago 273; amended,
book 8, page 357. Adjoining and con
flicting claims aro Arizona-Michigan,
Iron Mask No. 1, Iron Mask No. 2 and
Contact on tho northwest; Barney and
Piunl on tho northeast; Pinal, Stallo &
Moody, Red Cloud and Arizona-Michigan
No. 2 on the southeast; and Arizona-Michigan
No. 3 on tbo southwest.
LYMAN W. WAKEFIELD, Register.
First publication August 16, 1907.
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 276.
United States Land Office, Phoenix,
Arizona, August 8, 1907. Notico is
hereby given that the Arizona-Hancock
Coppor Company by its Vico President
Alfred C. Seiboth, whoso postoffico ad
dress is Florence, Arizona, has made
application for patent for the Colum
bia lode, tho Roosevelt No. 1, lodo, the
Roosevelt No. 2 lodo and tho Roosevelt
Extension lode, Survey No. 2381, situ
ated in tho Pioneer Mining District,
Pinal County, Territory of Arizona, do
scribed as follows:
COLUMBIA LODE: Beginning at
corner No. 1 whence U. S. L. M. No.
2381 bears S. 3 deg. 03 min. E. 539.8
feet. Thence S. 70 deg. 6 min. W. 600
feet to Corner No. 2. Thenco south 29
deg. 22 min. E. 750 feet to corner No.
3. Thenco S. 13 deg. 38 min. E. 750
feel to corner No. 4. Thenco N. 76 deg.
0 min. E. 600 feet to corner 5. Thenco
N. 13 deg. 38 min. W. 750 feet to cor
ner 0. Thenco N. 29 deg. 22 min. W.
750 feet to corner No. 1, the placo of
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. Thence N. 70 deg. 0 min. E.
539.8 feet, Thenco N. 76 deg. 0 min. Ev
deg. 22 mm. E. 750 feet to corner No.
3. Thence S. 13 deg. 38 min. E. 750
feet to corner No. 4. Thence 8. 76
deg. 6 min. W. 600 feet to corner No.
5. Thenco N. 13 deg. 33 min. W. 750
feet to corner No. 6. Thence N. 29
deg. 22 min. W. 750 feet to corner No.
1, tho place of beginning.
ROOSEVELT No. 2 LODE: Begin-
ning at corner No. 1, whenco U. S. L.
M. No. 2381 bears S. 3 deg. 3 min. E.
539.8 feet. Thenco N. 76 deg. 6 min,
E. COO feet to corner No. 2. Thenco N.
45 deg. 38 min. W. 750 feet to corner
No. 3. Thence N. 32 deg. 39 mm. W.
750 feet to corner No. 4. Thenco S. 76
deg. 6 min. W. 600 feet to corner No.
5. Thence S.- 32 deg. 39 min. E. 750
feet to corner No. 6. Thence S. 45 deg.
38 min. E. 750 feet to corner No. 1,
the place of beginning.
ROOSEVELT EXTENSION LODE:
Beginning at corner No. 1, whence U. S.
L. M. No. 23S1 bears 8. 3 deg. 3 min. E.
339.8 feet. Thenco S. 70 deg. 6 min. W.
600 feet to corner No. 2. Thenco N.
15 deg. 38 min. W. 750 feet to corner
No. 3. Thence N. 32 deg. 39 min. W.
750 feet to corner No. 4. Thenco N.
76 deg. 0 min. E. 600 feet to corner No.
5. Thence S. 32 dog. 39 min. E. 750
feet to corner No. 6. Thenco 8. 45 deg.
3S min. E. 750 feet to corner No. 1,
the place of beginning.
The locations of the abovo described
lodes aro reported as follows: Tho Col
umbia Mining Claim in Book 21 of
Mines at Page 482; The Roosevelt No.
1 Mining Claim in Book 20 of Mines
at Page 385; Tho Roosevelt No. 2 Min
ing Claim in Book 20 of Mines at
Pago 3SC; and tho Roosevelt Extonsion
Mining Claim in Book 20 of Mines at
Pago 386, all records of mines in tho
offico of tho County Recorder in tho
County of Pinal, Territory of Arizona.
Claims bounded on all sides by U. S.
lands. LYMAN W. WAKEFIELD,
First publication Aug. 13, 1907. 319
MINING APPLICATION NO. 273
United States Land Offico, Phoenix, Ari
zonn, 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 tho South.
East Globo, Alice, Hypatia, Hidden
Globe, Copper Road and Interloper
lodes nnd tho Interloper Mill-sito, sur
vey No. 2209 A & B, in Globo Mining
District, Gila County, said lodes being
situate in S. E. of Sec. 23 and 8.
W. yk of Sec. 24, and said mill-sito in
N. E. i4 of Sec. 26 and 8. E. & of Sec.
23, Twp. 1 N., Rango 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
& 26, T. 1 N., R. 15 E., bear 8. 34 deg.
56 min. W. 2592.9 ft.; thenco N. 52
deg. 50 min. E. (Var. 13 deg. 29, min.
E.) '562.2 ft. to cor. No. 2; thenco IT.
72 deg. 48 min. E. (Vnr. 13 deg. 42 min.
E.) 873 ft. to cor. No. 3; thenco N. 24
deg. 15 min. W. (Var. 13 deg. 28 min.
E.) 199 ft. to cor. No. 4; thonco S. C3
deg. W. (Var. 13 deg. 28 min. E.) 1416
ft. to cor. No. 5; thenco 8. 24 deg. 15
min. E. (Var. 13 deg. 16 min. E.) 149.6
ft. to cor. No. 1, the place of begul
auiuci tajucti -Degiziumg at or
1, whence cor. Sees. 23, 24, 25 & 2
1 N., R. 15 E., bears S. 44 deg 06 l
W. 1654.6 ft.; thence N. 37 deg n A
w. var. 1- ueg. zu mm. e. ojj ,
. , . b , jj.
v. var. is ceg. ju mm. e.) '93U
to cor. No. 3; thenco N. 52 deg 3U .1
a. var. iz ueg. jj. min. a.) iji
rt ri- Irt J. ihonnn S 31 Ann ..
w v. .... -, . . -.. -.s n j
.. i var. iJ ueg. n mm. jbi.) . i
nrtr Wrt R- flionpa ft 37 Ant ,
,... ..w. , . -w- . ... vvb t ft
.. ivar. u ueg. ju min. ts.) j f,
. TvJn ft. tlmnrtA Q K1 ilan i.
W. (Var. 12 deg. 30 min. E. 30?;
to cor. No. 1, place of beginn g g
1 .-vi-Ui. LiKtusu: .Beginning a' r v
1, whence Sec. cors. 23, 24, 21 s
1 N., R. 15 E. bears 8. 9 deg. 4 ttlJ
0.o 11., luuuto 11. 01 ueg. 1 ajin 1
(Vnr 12 iW f.2 min K 5!U
v . . , l0(.
xso. z; tnenco in. h ueg. z Q,t
var. j.j ueg. ju mm. r..; 2a
v. w. v, kuvuvu .... w uvjj ; j
E. (Vnr. 13 deg. 20 mm. E.
to cor. No. 4; thenco N. 53 dc 12 j.
JS. (Vnr. 13 deg. 30 mm. E. ,43
ivz vw.. w. , v"v- . u vug ilt
JS. (Vnr. Vi deg. 13 mm. K a3j
to cor. No. 6; thenco a. 37 de,, i.
E. (Var. 12 deg. 30 mm. E.j ift
cor. JSo. 7; thence a. 54 deg. 1 ran. i
(Var. 12 deg. 30 min. E.) 14 5 fvJ
cor. No. 1, placo of begmnit
TX-T SI H T- TT1 T .
unn JL,JDZ lajuzi: rcginn jm,
No. 1, whence cor. Sees. 23, 2 fi j
T. 1 N., R. 15 E., bears 8. . de?
min. E. 851.5 it.; tnenco N. (
mm. .E.. i var. u ueg. zu mm
ft. to cor. No. 2; thence N.
min. W. (Var. 13 deg. 30 mi'
ft. to cor. No. 3 thence S. I
min. W. (Var. 12 deg. 40 mm
ft. to cor. No. 4; thence S. ..
min. E. (Var. 12 deg. 30 ran
ft. to cor. No. 5; thenco N. J
min. E. (Var. 14 deg. 14 min
ft. to cor. No. 1, placo of gi
COPPER ROAD LODE: Befe urtrj
, 0 T 1 XT U 1KU !,... ,
53 min. W. 815 ft.; thence J6
W. (Var. 13 deg. E.) 228.8 i tot
No. 2; thenco N. 54 deg. 1 nm.1
(Var. 12 deg. 05 mm. E.) 7 6 ft
cor. No. 3; thence 8. 36 deg t 1
12 deg. 30 min. E.) 241 ft. t or
4; thenco a. 55 deg. 09 mm W VI
12 deg. 36 min. E.) 755.8 ft. t or :
1, placo of beginning. INTi kLoJi
LODE: Beginning at cor. No vrtJ
cor. Sees. 23, 21, 25 & 26, T 1 .l
10 a., bears a. u deg. v. .oojl
and cor. No. 1, Interloper Mil te.t-
S. 23 deg. 11 min. W. 997.8 f -, ft-
N. 53 deg. 12 mm. E. (Var. . dej
min. E.) 704.5 ft. to cor. No, .., tit
N. 52 deg. 50 min. E. (Var. I. dej
min. E.) 802.5 ft. to cor. No tk
N. 21 deg. 15 min. W, (Var. xi it.
min. E.) 149.0 ft. to cor. No i, tk
S. 54 deg. 15 min. W. (Var. s dej
min.'EJ 1500 ft. to cor. No. ", ti
8. 24 deg. 15 min. E. (Var. 1 dez
min. E.) 183 ft. to cor. No. 1 putt
beginning. INTERLOPER MILL-ST
Beginning at cor. No. 1, wheuie j
No. 1, Interloper Lode, bears 1 23 J
11 min. E. 997.8 ft., and cor Seal
24, 25 & 20, T. 1 N., R. 15 E baJ
20 deg. 16 min. E. 321.5 ft.; fhe::
89 deg. 54 min. W. (Var. 13 deg 33:
E.) 300 ft. to cor. No. 2; thence SI
deg. 06 min. E. (Var. 14 deg. 17 mil
320 ft. to cor. No. 3; thence S3
53 min. E. (Var. 9 deg. 15 una.
103.7 ft. to cor. No. 4; thence b 4s.
13 min. E. (Var. 11 deg. 14 mis.
65.2 ft. to cor. No. 5; thence 1!
15 min. E. (Var. 12 deg. E.) 74 6 1
cor. No. 6; thence S. 39 deg. 24 ej
(Var. 12 deg. 30 min. E.) 76.3 k.
cor. No. 7; thenco S. 19 deg. 50 k
(Var. 12 deg. 30 min. E.) 8s5t
cor. No. 8; thence S. 5 deg. 4o n
(Var. 12 deg. 40 min. E.) 1- 72 t
cor. No. 9; thenco S. 86 deg. 17 ca
(Var. 12 deg. 30 min. E.) 54 6 ft
cor. No. 10; thence N. 00 deg 24:
E. (Var. 12 deg. 40 min. E.) b7S f
cor. No. 1, placo of beginning Cci
of location notices of said ldes
mill-silo aro of record in office oli
order of said Gila County in the t
and at the page set opposite the res;
ivo names of each as follows, it'
South East Globe Lode, Book R
of Mines, page 300; Alice Lode B
Records of Mines, page 290,
Lode, Book 8, Records of M uej, "
2S7; Hidden Globo Lode, Book S,
ords of Mines, pago 305; Copper i
Lode, Book 8, Records of Mines, 3
2S9; Interloper Lode, Book s Brl
of Mines, pago 302; Interl. per
site, Book 8, Records of Mmcs, :
267. Adjoining claims are C
Southwest Lode, survey 2142 , Cl
Ledge Lode, Lot No. 40, Gl be I
Lot No. 39, on the north; Hosier I
survey No. 300, Gladiator Lo.e, r.j
No. 1103, and Even Up Loue, d
veyed, on tbo East; Even i'p I
Mulo Shoo Lodo and Castle lull)
each unsurveyed, on tho soutl
No. 10, Barnoy Rice Clainwt,
West. Conflicting claims are HJ
Lode, Gladiator Lode, Lot No lu.Ci
Southwest, Mulo Shoe, Evex bpl
Castle Hill lodes. The conflict w
Hoosicr lodo. Lot No. 10. GL bei
west. Mulo Shoe, Even Up a"d (f
Hill lodes arc excluded. LMi
First publication August 3,
H. C. Hopld
U. S. MINERAL
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