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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
Wednesday, October 16,
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Globe Plumbing and Heating Co.
P. L. Butz, Mgr. H. W. Titus, Sec. and Treas.
Plumbing
and Steam Heating
ESTIMATES FURNISHED on APPLICATION
OPPOSITE KINNEY HOUSE, MESQUITE ST.
SPENT 15,000
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FAMOUS INDIAN HOT SPRINGS
A noted resort for hoalth and ploasuro. Bates. $2.00
to $3.00 per day. Twenty minutes rido from Hot
f1l.. Dilation flaanlin Mnilltf
opriu(ia aiuwuu, uidumu tuuuij,
Arizona. Theso wonderful wa
ters aro recommended to euro
rheumatism, gout, dropsy, livor,
kidney and stomach troubles,
blood disorders and womon's ail
ments. Boautiful lawns and
shado trees; largo plunge and
swimming pool; also fish lake and
boating, lawn tennis and croquet
and swings. Try our wondorful
Q mud and mineral baths. If you aro sick, get well. If woll, got ploas-
o uro and rest.
g Tickets with return limit of ten days, 55.35 for tho round trip.
p Saturday and Sunday excursions On Saturdays and Sundays from
g May 23rd to September 30th, tickets limited to return tho following
O Monday will bo on salo at tho rato of $1.25..
2 ALEXANDER BROTHERS, Postofflco Fort Thomas, Arizona.
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lime
Get ammunition
RYAN & CO. 1 Here
GLOBE LIMBER COMPANY
Wholesale and
Retail Dealers
Mining Timbers a Specialty
A. TROJANOVICH
Proprietor
AND IS NOW WORKING IN MINES
TO BRING. HIS WIFE TO THIS
COUNTRY
THOUGHT TURKEY WAS TOO SLOW
FOR HIM AND SAILED FOB
ARIZONA
Has a Rather Thrilling Experience on
Board a Ship, but Comes in the Clear
Somo Unique Customs in Lands
Over tho Big Pond.
Hollow Concrete Building Blocks
:MADE TO ORDER DIMENSIONS:
ADVANTAGES OF HOLLOW CON
CRETE BUILDINGS
Cheapness of construction; buildings warm
In winter, cool In summer, dry ventilated
walls. Are and dust proof; Insurance Is
cheaper; requires no painting or repairs;
blocks can be laid In tho wall rapidly and
require but little mortar; plastering mar
bo done on the back of the stone, saving
lathing: free from rats, mice or vermin;
perfectly sanitary, resists rain and dries
quickly, whllo 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
J. MAUREL
Two-story Concrete Block House, West
of Glb.be Lumber Yard
Keep Your Hand On Your Pocket Book
Until you get to Mill Williams store, .and
see the values he gives on
Groceries Boots, Shoos
Hardware Dry Goods
Crockery Furnishings
5 PER CENT REBATE ON CASH PURCHASES
Telephone 121
Wm. Mill Williams North Globe
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I To Arizona and New Mexico, Sept.
1 to Oct. 31
The following rates apply to main lino points on Southern Pacific
Company in Arizona and New Mexico:
From
NEW YORK $50.00
BOSTON 49.45
WASHINGTON, D. O 48.25
PHILADELPHIA .' 49.25
NEW ORLEANS . '.....: 30.00
ST. PAUL ' 31.75
MINNEAPOLIS "... 31.75
CHICAGO 33.00
CINCINNATI 38.00
ST. LOUIS 30.00
MEMPHIS 31.20
HOUSTON 25.00
OMAHA , 25.00
COUNCIL BLUFFS 25.00
KANSAS CITY 25.00
Via Direct Lines, and More Rates from Other Eastern Ports t
These rates apply over differential linos
Long Time Limits and Stopovers
Cost of trip may bo dopositcd with any agent of Southern Pacific
Company, and tickot will bo delivered to your eastern friend.
Personally conducted excursion parties from Chicago, Cincinnati, St.
Louis, Kansas City, Washington and Now Orleans overy week.
Ask O. W. WARDWELL. agent, SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO., Bowie,
A. T., for details, or write to
E. G. HUMPHREY,
Dist. Pass. Agent,
Santa Rita Hotel Bldg. 29 1 Tucson, Arizona X
44W"H'4'4''W''M'1'M4'44"I'4'4'4''1'4"W
Prom the ninny foreigners working
in tho mines of Bisbco may bo secured
somo curious stories linked to tho cus
toms of thoir native land. Tho train
ing of centuries is not easily driven
from thoir blood and tho mingling of
tho ideas impnrtcd to them in this
country and thoir tendency to retain
tho customs of their homo land often
lends to somo curious complications,
says the Bisbeo lioviow.
A caso in point is that of a well edu
cated Turk, who was ut ono timo worth
ovor $5,000, but is now working in ono
of tho mines hero in order that ho mny
send for a Turkish brido upon whom he
spont $5,000, nil the monoy ho had, and
whom he loft three days aftor his mar
riage to hor, with tho understanding
that ho was to sond for her ns soon as
lie had earned enough in America to
do so.
Ho has been bnck from Turkoy only
n few weeks and is now at work in
ono of tho mines here. At his own
oarnest request wo withhold his name
but will tell somo of tho circumstances
loading up to his marriage.
About fivo years Aigo, after gradu
ating from oneo f tho leading schools
of his native land, he decided that Tur
key was too far behind tho times to
suit him and so ho bado good-bye to
his countrymen and camo to America,
tho land of promise. Arrived hero he
mined awhile in the northwest and
finally took up a section of timber land.
This ho sold to a big lumber company
at a profit of $5,000. Ho then decided
ho would go back to Turkey and visit
his people. This he did and while there
hiws father, who was the high priest of
tho Mohammedan religion in tho town
in which ho lived, urged that before
ho returned to this country ho marry
a Turkish girl. This ho reluctantly de
cided to do and in six weeks ho had
met and married her. Upon his wed
ding ho spent tho wholo of his savings,
which amount was required, according
to the customs of his people, because of
tho rank of tho woman ho married.
Three days later, after having talked
matters over, ho and his wife separated,
ho coining to this country and she re
maining there until ho could send for
her.
On his way to Constantinople to take
a ship to this country ho fell in with a
Turkish gentleman to whom he told all
his experiences, and who invited him
to dine with him when they should
reach Constantinople. This ho agreed
to do. When they nearcd tho city his
companion excused himself for a few
minutes and then appeared in the uni
form of a high ollicer in the Turkish
army. Uur inend was now thoroughly
frightened, for ho had spoken of how
out of date Turkoy was, etc., and tried
to break his engagement.
This ho was unable to do, but before
leaving ho told some Americans whom
ho knew that if ho did not show up by
a certain hour to institute a search for
him. Ilis fears proved groundless,
however, for the officer showed him ovor
tho city and told 'him beforo leaving
him that ho understood his fears, but
that what ho had been told would not
go any farther.
Arrived in New York, tho subject of
this story was taken down with fever,
but wascarcd for by a distant relativo
there, who nursed him until ho was well
and gavo him $150 and a ticket to Bis
bee. So that is how he happens to be
working in tho mines. Somo 'day he
will send for his oriental bride, and to
gether the' will livo out their life in
the land of thoir adoption.
this dopartmont, and tho exhibit will
bo decidedly instructive, interesting and
attractive. Premiums aro to bo given
for most everything that could properly
attacli to this department excopt trou
ble Tho mnn who thinks his wifo loes
not desiro to go to tho fnir and that
sho -cares only to stny at homo and
would not enjoy a week of rest and
pleasure of seeing what is being dono
by others always has trouble. As a
chance occurs but onco a j'ear, do not
overlook tho opportunity of being re
lieved from your troubles for a week
sure and probably forever.
Catalogues containing a list of tho
premiums have been forwarded to tho
commissioners of tho different counties
of tho territory, whero they can bo ob
tained or will bo furnished by tho sec
rotary of tho fair commission upon application.
A portion of ono day at tho fnir will
bo set asldo for athletic contests for
schoolboys of tho various' high schools
of tho territory open not only to high
school boys, but to any boy attending
any school not graded higher than a
high school. Tho program consists of:
Ono milo to be run in quarter milo ro
Inys; one-half milo race; 220-yard hur
dle race; 220-yard dash; 100-yard dash.
No entry fco will bo charged to tho
contestants and properly engraved sil
ver medals will bo awarded to the first
and second in each ovent. Anyone do
siring to enter theso events should no
tify tho superintendent of tho fnir com
mission as promptly as possible, ns in
no instanco will an entry bo accepted
after November 9.
RESOLUTION NUMBER FIVE
500 II
FOR THE LADIES
WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT AT THE
TERRITORIAL FAIR WILL BE
UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE BIG
LIST OF ENTRIES.
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PHOENIX, Ariz., October 15. En
tries for tho territorial fair, to bo held
November 11 to 10, aro coming in fast.
In tho livestock department fully ono
half tho spaco set asido for that pur
poso has been engaged at this early
dato by exhibitors from different parts
of tho torntory.
Tho samo activity exists among tho
other departments. In two instances in
tho sheep department, opplications have
been mado for spaco for ono hundred
head of shcop each.
Tho horso dopartment will havo on
exhibition all classes of horses, tho best
of their class in the territory, and somo
that aro tho best of their class in the
United States.
Detnifed descriptions could bo mado
of each of tho departments in a like
manner, but it would bo difforcnt to seg
regate tho most attractive features at
tho presont timo.
Tho woman's dopartmont consists of
three soparato divisions ncedlowork,
culinary and art. Over fivo hundred
premiums aro offered to exhibitors in
BE IT RESOLVED by tho Mayor and
tho Common Council of the City of
Globe, that:
WHEREAS, tho PINAL MOUNTAIN
WATER COMPANY, a corporation
duly organized under tho laws of tho
Torritory of Arizona and having its
principal place of business within the
said City of Globe, hereinafter called
tho Company, has mado an offer to in
stall fire-hydrants and supply samo with
water under pressure from a reservoir,
or receiving tank, to bo hereafter con
structed by said Company, upon tho fol
lowing terms and at tho following
prices, to wit: Said Company offers to
enter into a contract, for a period of
not less than fivo (5) years, to furnish
water for all fire-hydrants now installed
and hereafter to bo installed in said
City, at tho price and sum of two dol
lars and fifty ($2.50) cents per month,
to bo paid for monthly by said City;
and said Company, without any charge
for installation, offers to install as many
firo-hydraiits as shall bo furnished and
paid for by said City; said fire-hydrants
to bo installed at places to bo desig
nated by said City; provided, however,
that said Company shall not bo required
by said City to install any fire-hydrant
upon a water main less than four inches
in diameter previously laid at tho point
designated by said City, and such fire
hydrant shall bo placed at elevations
sufficiently below said reservoir, or re
ceiving tank, as to secure a sufficient
pressure for said hydrants; and,
WHEREAS, it appears that it will
bo to the best interest of tho City that
the said offer bo accepted:
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED,
as follows: That the Mayor and the
City Clerk be and they aro hereby au
thorized, empowered and directed, for
and on behalf of tho said City of Globe,
to enter into, make, execute and deliver
a contract with said PINAL MOUN
TAIN WATER COMPANY in accord
anco with the recitals herein contained;
that said contract shall not run for a
period exceeding five (5) years from
and after tho 3rd day of October,
1907; that tho price to bo paid for fur
nishing water under presuro for double-discharge
fire-hydrants shall not ex
ceed tho sum of two dollars and fifty
($2.50) cents per month per hydrant
to bo paid for monthly by said City;
and that tho number of doublo-discliargc
firo-hydrants shall not exceed fifty (50) ;
that said contract may provido for the
City paying for tho cost .of all fire
hydrants to bo installed and for free
installation by said Company.
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,
that this resolution shall bo in full
forco and effect from and after its pas
sage and adoption.
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,
that a certified copy of this resolution
bo attached to said contract and made
n part thereof.
Passed and adopted this 3rd day of
October, 1907.
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
(Seal) Mayor.
Attest: F. J. ELLIOTT, City Clerk.
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 295.
United States Land Office, Phoenix,
Arizona, October 5, 1907. Notico is
horcby given that Charles E. Taylor,
whoso post office address is Globe, Gila
county, Arizona, has mado application
for a patent for tho Defiance, Mexico,
Ilumbolt, Wedge, Bull Pup, Colorado,
Utah and California lodo mining claims,
Minoral Survey No. 2382. located in the
Globo Mining District, Gila county, Ari
zona, about soven and one-half miles in
a northwestorly direction from Globe,
ana approximately in section 25, Town
ship 1 North, Rango 14 East, unsur
voyed, Gila and Salt RiVcr Baso and
Meridian.
Defiance Lodo
Beginning at Cor. No. 1 tho N. E.
cor. U. S. L. M. No. 2382 bears north
05 deg. 18 min. E., 3921.43 ft.;
Thenco S. 4 deg. 38 min. E. 555.4 ft.
to cor. No. 1, tho S. E. cor.;
Thenco N. Gl deg. 12 min. W., 1192.22
ft., to cor. No. 3, tho S. W. cor.; .
Thenco N. 4 deg. 38 min. W. GOO ft.
to cor. No. 4, tho N. AV. cor.;
Thonco S. 59 deg. 14 min. E., 1200.3
ft., to cor. No. 1, tho place of begin
ning.
Mexico Lodo
Beginning at cor. No. 1, tho N. E.
cor., u. a. it. JU. No. 23B2, wlionco orig
inal location bears N. 20 deg. E. 5.0 min.
whenco sec. cor. 19-30, T. 1 N., R. 15
E., G. & S. R. B. & M. bears N. 75 deg.
50 min. E., 3790.4 ft. Granite Promon
tory bears S. GO deg. 30 min W. Ponds
shaft boars S. 81 dog. 4G min. E.;
Thonco S. 2G min. W., 570 ft. to cor.
No. 2, the S. E. cor.;
Thenco N. 80 deg. .00 min. W., 1371.40
ft. to cor. No. 3, tho S. W. cor.;
Thenco N. 20 min. E., 570 ft. to cor.
No. 4, tho N. W. cor.;
Thonco S. 80 deg. .00 min. E., 1371.40
ft. to cor. No. 1, tho placo of beginning.
Colorado Lodo
Beginning at cor. No. 1. tho N. E.
cor. U. S. L. M. No". 2382 whenco cor.
No. 2 Louis lodo boars' S. 33 deg. .01
min. W., 441.4 ft. on lino 1-2 Louis
lodo, Survoy 2089: whenco original lo
cation bears N. 20 min. E., 985.00 ft., I
whenco sec. cor. 19-30, T. 1 N., R. 15
E., G. & S. R. B. & M., bears N. 83 deg.
40 min. E., 5130.70 ft., whenco cor. No.
1 Louis lodo, Survey 2089, bears N. 33
deg. .01 min. E. 19.50 ft.;
Thenco S. 81 deg. 30 min. W., 523.50
ft., to cor. No. 2, tho N. W. cor.;
Thenco S. 20 min. W., 514.18 ft. to
cor. No. 3, tho S. W. cor.;
Thonco N. 81 deg. 30 min. E., 523.5
ft., to cor. No. 4, tho 8. E. cor.;
Thenco N. 20 min. E., 514.18 ft. to
cor. No. 1, tho placo of beginning.
Bull Pup Lodo
Beginning nt cor. No. 1, tho N. E.
cor., U. S. L. M. No. 2382, wheuco orig
innl location bears S. 51 deg. 35 min.
E., 504.70 it., wlionco sec. cor. 19-30, T.
1 N., R. 15 E., G, & S. R. B. & M., bears
N. 78 deg. 41 min. E., 5093.30 ft.,
wlionco cor. No. 3 Colorado lode, this
survey, bears S. 84 deg. 30 min. W.,
48.18 ft.;
Thonco S. 38 deg. 25 min. W., 532.2
ft., to cor, No. 2, tho S. E. cor.;
Tiionco .N. w ueg. 28 min.w., 010.24
ft., to cor No. 3.;
Thenco N. 49 deg. 47 min. W., 31G.52
ft. to cor. No. 4, tho S. W. cor.;
Thence N. 38 deg. 25 min. E. E.,
303.10 ft. to cor. No. 5, tho N. W. cor.;
Thenco S. 51 deg. 35 min. E., 783.8
ft., to cor. No. 1, tho placo of beginning.
California Lodo
Beginning at cor. No. 1, tho N. E.
cor., a. S. L. M. No. 2382, whenco sec.
cor. 19-30, T. 1 N., R. 15 E., G. & S. R.
B. & M., bears N. GO deg. .02 min. E.
1082.40 ft.;
Thence S. 88 deg. 41 min. W. G81.90
ft., to cor. No. 2, tho N. W. cor.;
Thonco S. 33 deg. .03 min. E., 1248.00
ft., to cor. No. 3, tho 8. W. cor.;
Thence N. 88 dog. 41 min. E., 081.90
ft., to cor. No. 4, tho S. E. cor.;
Thenco N. 33 deg. .03 min. W., 1248.00
ft., to cor. No. 1, tho placo of begin
ning. Wcdgo Lodo
Beginning at cor. No. 1, tho N. E.
cor., U. S. L. M. No. 2382, whenco sec.
cor. 19-30, T. 1 N., R. 15 E., G. & S. R.
B. & M., bears N. 09 deg. 11 min. E.
4721.58 it., whenco cor. No. 1 Ilumbolt
lodo, this survey, bears N. 08 deg. 12
min. W., 140.40 ft.;
Thenco S. 33 deg. .03 min. E., 372.70
ft., to cor. No, 2, the S. E. cor.;
Thenco N. 71 deg. 30 min. W., 1012.90
ft., to cor. No. 3, the S. W. cor.;
Thence N. 33 deg. .03 min. W., 477.10
ft. to cor. No. 1, the N. W. cor.;
Thcmco S. 08 deg. 12 min. E., 1090.00
ft., to cor. No. 1, tho placo of begin
ning. Ilumbolt Lodo
Beginning at cor. No. 1, tho N. E.
cor., U. 8- h. M. No. 2382, whenco sec.
cor. 19-30, T. 1 N., R. 15 E., G. & S. R.
B. &.M., bears N. 77 deg. 28 min. E.,
1711.24 ft.;
Thenco S. 4 dog. 38 min. E., GOO ft.
to cor. No. 2, tho S. E. cor.;
Thence S. 89 deg. 10 min. W., 1350
ft., to cor. No. 3, tho S. W. cor.;
Thence N. 4 deg. 38 min. W., 490 ft.,
to cor. No. 4, tho N. W. cor.;
Thenco N. 84 deg. 30 min. E., 1347.25
ft., to cor. No. 1, tho place of beginning.
Utah Lodo
Beginning at cor. No. 1, the N. E.
cor., U. S. It. M. 2382, whenco sec. cor.
19-30, T. 1 N., Jl. 15 E., G. & S. R. B.
& My bears N. G5 deg. 43 min. E.,
3028.70 ft., whenco cor. No. 1 Mexico
lode, this survey, bears N. 27 deg. 2G
min. W. 933.50 ft.;
. Thenco S. 30 deg. 40 min. E., 459.70
ft., to cor. No. 2, the S. E. cor.;
Thenco N. 59 deg. 11 min. W., 1015.40
ft., to cor. No. 3, tho S. W. cor.;
Thenco N. 30 deg. 40 min. E., 459.70
ft., to cor. No. 4, tho N. W. cor.;
Thence S. 59 dec. 11 min. E. 1015.40
ft., to cor. No. 1, tho place of beginning.
Tho locations of these claims aro rec
orded in the mining records of tho coun
ty recorder of Gila county, Arizona, as
follows:
Defiance, Book 0 of Mines, page 53;
Mexico. Book 0 of Mines, pace 110:
Colorado, Book 12 of Mines, page 140;
Bull Pup, Book 9 of Mines, page 13C;
California, Book 12 of Mines, page
117;
Wedge, Book 7 of Mines, pago 100;
Humbolt, Book 0 of Mines, page 150;
Utah, Book 12 of Mines, pago 100.
Tho adjoining claims on tho north are
the Bull Dog and Louis lodes, survey
No. 20S9, and tho Contention and Con
tention Extension lodes, unsurvoyed;
Owner, Inspiration Mining Company.
Adjoining claims on tho cast arc Lone
Star lode, unsurvoyed; owner, Keystone
Copper Compauy;
Tho adjoining claims on the south arc
tho Dewey, Boulder and Pilot lodes, un
survoyed; owned by tho Keystono Cop
per Company
Tho adjoining claims on tho west arc
tho Last Chanco and Copper Hill lodes,
unsurvoyed; owned by tho Keystone
Copper Company.
So far as known thero aro no other
adjoining claims, and tho foregoing
claims for which patent is asked arc
bounded by United States Government
lands. LYMAN W. WAKEFIELD,
Register.
tliird day of February, 1908; that the
price to bo paid said Company by said
City for said service shall not exceed
tho sum ofeight dollars thirty-three
and ono-third ($8.33 1-3) cents per
month for each General Electric stand
ard street lighting arc lamp, to bo paid
for monthly by said City; and that the
number of such lamps to be furnished
by said Company and used and paid for
by said City shall not bo less than twen
ty (20) continuous during said period
of ten (10) years; and that said con
tract may provido that any changes re
quired by tho City in location of any
of said lamps, after samo shall have
been onco installed, shall bo at tho ex
penso of said City;
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,
that this Resolution shall bo in full
forco and effect from and after its pas
sago and adoption;
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,
that a certified copy of this Resolution
bo attached to said contract and made
a part thereof.
Passed and adopted this 3rd day of
October, 1907.
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
(Seal) Mayor.
Attest: F. J.. ELLIOTT, City Clerk.
RESOLUTION NUMBER SIX
BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor
and tho Common Council of tho City
of Globo, that:
WHEREAS, tho GLOBE ELECTRIC
LIGHT & GAS COMPANY, a corpora
tion duly organized under tho laws of
tho Territory of Arizona and having
its principal placo of business within
tho City of Globe, has mado an offer
to install a street lighting system wijh
in said City to bo supplied witli Gen
eral Electric standard street lighting
arc lamps upon tho following terms and
at tho following prices, to wit: Said
Company offers to cntor into a contract
for a period of not less than ten (10)
years to supply tho City of Globo with
a street lighting systpm of not less thau
twenty (20) of said General Electric
standard street lighting arc lamps, and
thereafter, at tho request of tho said
City, to install additional of said lamps
to tho extent demanded by tho said
City; and tho said Company offers to
supply said services at tho prico of
eight dollars thirty-thrco and ono-third
($8.33 1-3) cents per month for each
of said lamps. And tho said Company
pliers to construct, install anil maintain
said street lighting system at Its solo
cxpenso, except, that any chango of
location of lamps after samo shall have
been onco installed, shall bo at the
expense of said City. And said Com
pany offers to placo said lamps at all
such places as shall bo designated by
tho said City, and,
WHEREAS, it appears that it will
bo to tho best intorest of tho City that
said offer bo accepted:
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED as
follows: That tho Mayor and tho City
Clerk bo and thoy aro hereby author
ized, empowered and directed for and
on bohalf of tho said City of Globo, to
enter into, make, executo and deliver
xi contract with said GLOBE ELEC
TRIC & GAS COMPANY in accordance
with tho recitals and directions herein
before and hereinafter contained; that
said contract shall not run for a period
exceeding ten (10) years from and aftor
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 279.
United States Land Office, Phoenix,
Arizona, August 12, 1907. Notico is
hereby given that M. McCarthy, of
Globo, Arizona, as attorney in fact for
Globo-Bostoh Copper Mining Company,
has mado application for patent to the
Ruth, Giant Cactus and Bryan lode
mining claims, Survey No. 2298, situ
ated in tho Globe Mining District, Gila
County, Arizona, in sections 13 and 14,
Tp. 1 N., It. 15 E., G. & S. R. B. & M.,
and described as follows: Ruth Be
ginning at Cor. No. 1, whenco tho E. yt
Cor. of Sec. 14, Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E., G.
& S. R. B. & M., bears N. 71 deg. 13
min. E. 9G9.1 feet; thence S. 32 deg. 20
min. E. 000 feet to Cor. No. 2; thence
S. 51 deg. 51 min. W. 1500 feet to Cor.
No. 3; thenco N. 32 deg. 20 min. W.
000 feet to Cor. No. 4; thenoo N. 51
deg. 51 min. E. 1500 feet to Cor. No. 1,
tho place of beginning. Giant Cactus
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whenco tho E.
ft Cor. of Sec. 14, Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E.,
0. & S. R. B. & M., bears S. 61 deg. 18
min. E. 55.1 feet; thonco S. 32 deg. 20
min. E. 600 feet to Cor. No. 2; thence
S. 67 deg. 48 min. W. 930.9 feet to Cor.
No. 3; thence N. 32 deg. 2G min. W.
57G.8 feet to Cor. No. 4; thenco N. 00
deg. 23 min. E. 926.1 feet to Cor. No.
1, tho placo of beginning. Conflict with
Red Cloud claim, Survey No. 2299, con
taining 1.379 acres, is excluded. Bryan
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whenco the
E. Yi Cor. of Sec. 14, Tp. 1 N., R. 15
E., G. & S. R. B. & M., bears S. 61 deg.
IS 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. 600 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 feet to Cor. No.
1, the place of beginning. Conflict with
Pinal claim, Survey 819, containing .392
acre, is excluded. Location notices arc
ecorded in Records of Mines, County
Recorder's office, said Gila County, as
follows: Ruth Original, book 3, page
94; amended, book' 8, pago 368. Giant
Cactus Original, book 0, pago 29;
amended, book 8, pago 36S. Bryan
Original, book 0, pago 23; 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 and
Pinal on tho northeast; Pinal, Stallo &
Moody, Red Cloud and Arizona-Michigan
No. 2 on tho southeast; and Arizona-Michigan
No. 3 on the southwest.
LYMAN W. WAKEFIELD, Register.
First publication August 16, 1907.
324
M. No. 2381 bears S. 3 deg. 3 ,
539.8 foot. Thence N. 76 deg j
E. GOO feet to corner No. 2. Then '
45 ilntr. HH mm. W. 75(1 fw "
No. 3. Thenco N. 32 deg. 39 m. !
ltd i. i- ...- NT- m. "
deg. 0 min. W. 600 feet to urne, v
5. Thence S. 32 deg. 39 nun e.
feet to corner No. 6. Thence 4-.'
38 min. E. 750 feet to corner v
nn:nn:n .1 tvt 1 "'
r. nr x ooQi 1 o o i .
539.8 feet. Thenco S. 70 deg
600 feet to corner No. 2.
45 deg. 38 min. W. 750 fep.
No. 3. Thenco N. 32 deg
750 feet to corner No. 4.
70 deg. C min. E. 600 feet to
5. Theiice S. 32 deg. 39 d
feet to corner No. 6. Thenr.
38 min. E. 750 feet to c
tho place of beginning.
Tho locations of the abov
lodes are reported as follow -umbia
Mining Claim in 1
Mines at Pago 482; The B
1 Mining Claim in Book 1
at Pago 385; Tho Roosevelt
ing Claim in Book 20 ,
Pago 3SG; and tho Roosevc
Mining Claim in Book 20
Pago 380, all records of u
office of the County Rec
County of Pinal, Territory
Claims bounded on all sid
lands. LYMAN W. X
Register.
First publication Aug. l,j iyo7
Bill
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ORDINANCE NUMBER THEft
TWO
An uruinanco relating to rf La,l
Bn it. nrilninoil hv ihn V I
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common uouncn 01 tne in jf(?A
SECTION I.
It shall bo unlawful for any rA
to maintain within tho sau fir cl
any tent or canvas covered i.uiiiy
roof or lining, or any stow p.parjl
ning tnrougn any siue or ru..f c-
in any building; nor shall anv
build or erect any building ur ails
to any building within sau fire Lt
of any material other than brict,
cement, or other non-combustitie t
tonal.
Provided, however, that the tl
Council may, in its discrete j.1
permits for buildings of materia ril
than as above described, witbis:
part of .the said fire limits descrik
follows: All of the fire limits e
the first alley east of and parallel 1 1
Broad Street, and all west of ti( J
alley west of Broad Street i!s I
Blocks 82, 90 and the east tsj
Block 73.
SECTION II.
Ordinance Number Twenty fa
hereby repealed.
xussuu auu uiiurovcu mis liuiatl
of October, 1907.
Approved: W. S. Sl'LTAll
(Seal) Mrl
Attest: F. J. ELLIOTT, Clert
. MINERAL APPLICATION No. 276.
United States Land Office, Phoenix,
Arizona, August S, 1907. Notice is
hereby given that the Arizona-Hancock
Copper Company by its Vico President
Alfred C. Sciboth, whoso postofficc ad
dress is Florence, Arizona, has made
application for patent for the Colum
bia lode, tho Roosevelt No. 1, lode, the
Roosevelt No. 2 lodo and the Roosevelt
Extension lode, Survoy No. 2381, situ
ated in tho Pioneer Mining District,
Pinal County, Territory of Arizona, do
scribed as follows:
COLUMBLV LODE: Beginning at
corner No. 1 whenco U. S. L. M. No.
23S1 bears S. 3 deg. 03 min. E. 539.8
feet. Thenco S. 76 deg. 6 min. W. 600
feet to Corner No. 2. Thence south 29
deg. 22 min. E. 750 feet to corner No.
3. Thenco S. 13 deg. 38 min. E. 750
feet to corner No. 4. Thenco N. 76 deg.
6 min. E. 600 feet to corner 5. Thence
N. 13 deg. 38 min. W. 750 feot to cor
ner 0. Thenco N. 29 deg. 22 min. W.
750 feet to corner No. 1, tho placo of
beginning.
ROOSEVELT No. 1 LODE: Begin
ning nt corner No. 1, whenco U. S. L.
M. No. 23S1 bears S. 3 deg. 3 min. E.
539.8 fct. Thenco N. 76 deg. 6 min. E.
539.8 feet, Thenco N. 76 deg. 6 min. E.
deg. 22 min. E. 750 feet to corner No.
3. Thenco S. 13 deg. 38 min. E. 750
feet to corner No. 4. Thonco S. 70
deg. 6 min. W. 600 feet to corner No.
5. Thenco N. 13 deg. 38 min. W. 750
feot to corner No. 6. 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, whenco U. S. L.
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