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jay, November 23, 1907
nDXILMRIZONA'SIUVER BELT
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An Old Man's Gratitude
Trudging along with the aid of n
stout cano and bout with tho ago of
throe-score years and ton, a white
haired man carrying a basket ladou
with beautiful ilowors mado his wny
Into tho Pennsylvania Hospital yester
day afternoon, and going to ono of tho
wards on tho second floor placed a bo
quot on each one of tho thirty-fivo beds,
and after presenting each ono of tho
three nurses with n bunch of tho flow
ers, mado his way out of tho institu
tion. Back of tho visit lies an interesting
story of gratltudo and kind fooling
which the aged visitor has manifested
for tho hospital for tho past fifteen
years. As tho story is told by ono of
tho nurses of tho hospital, on Novombor
13, 1892, tho visitor's sister wna takon
ill and removed to the Pennsylvania
Hospital. Sho doveloped typhoid favor,
and after 'many weeks of illness finally
rccdvqrcd. On tho 13th of ovory No
vember since tho aged man, loaded
down with flowers, makes a visit to
tho hospital and distributes his bo
oklets in gratltudo for tho kind treat
ment and restoration to health of his
sister. After placing tho boquots on
tho cots tho old gentleman bows him
self out and makes his way back to his
homo in Oermautown. Philadelphia
Inquirer.
EQUESTRIAN STATUE OF FRANZ SIGEL.
jtaisjii. .ous. auoriiiiiciu or .now ion;s lauious Klversicle drive, overVok-
t picturesque uimsoii, win ie an equestrian statuo of General Franz
eeof 'no foremost heroes of the civil wnr. Shortly after General Slgel's
J i committee was formed to arrange for n mouunient to his memory.
,;ri or 'his committee resulted In the raising of a fund sulllcient for a
ce memorial, and the commission to execute the statuo was awarded to
Snt sculptor Karl Hitter. That was about three years ago. Mr. Bitter
Otef efforts during the Interval to work upon the statue. Its site on
lie drive Is at Ouo Hundred and SlxtU street, and Oct. 11) the dntu of the
-j ceremonies.
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Ill
WEALTHY, NEW YORK
STARVES HERSELF TO DEATH
starvation.
l YORK. November 22. Having Tho condition of tho house astonish-
sanation, though possessing ed thoso who entored. Scores of costly
.i Mrs. Carolino Barry, S6 oil paintings, part of tho valuablo col-
Hunerv men are seldom troubled with
i rrpjieu 10 do n miser, was lection lert by her husband, who mado Uindiirestion.
i ,.t fllA 41nnt ef linv- linitin t ..mnl f.l...... !.... 1.7. .1 il I
; .... v... .,. .. . .v. i'uv, .. (;iv.ii iuituuu uuiuru ins uunui, a
.3 avruuf, jjrounij ii, micro sue scoro 01 years ago, stood
Panama No Health Kosort
Panama is still Panama, no longor,
indeed, n festering reservoir of tho
worst fevers, but a tropic land of ab
normal rainfall nevertheless :a plncc
whoro ono must walk lightly and not
remain too long. Tho improvement in
its condition is good cause for prido,
but tho isthmus is no resort for inval
ids, nor has disease yet been banished
Mfrum tho zone.
As proof of tho last stitcmont wo no
tice that sinco January 1 tho sanitary
officials have distributed, and the canal
workers havo presumably takon,
1,G75.S.'I pound. pounds, mindl of
quinine in its various forms. Now
York Times.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS
Crandall, of Globo, Arizona.
PETER 0. BOBERTSON,
Probato Judge, in and for tho County of
Gila, Arizona. '
Notico of tho above application will
bo published in tho "Arizona Silver
Bolt," printed at Globe, Gila County,
Arizona, which 1 horoby deslgnato ns
tho newspaper published nearest tho
land describod in snid application.
LYMAN W. WAKEFIELD,
Itogistor.
First publication November 20, 1907.
Ring up 372 for.u painter. Van Wag-
enon will call on you and give you a
jilrst-class job.
"Wo frame pictures. Naquin & Co.
in rows, on
: a tiernnt. tho floor. The windows woro curtain-
t wrap of food was found in ' loss, and tho coal bin was bare. The
rt The cupboard was bare, not woman even slept on a bar mattress.
ixa of bread being left, whilo Thoro wero no carpets on tho floor.
body showed that she had. Eycsoro to Rich Neighbors
ST'L death followed a' Before moving to tho house la Grceno
.ivi'uuu, j.ur3. i).irrv uvea in an ohi
frame houso in Clinton avenue, between
Greono and Gates avenue, in tho center
of tho most exclusive neighborhood in 1,
Remember that wo novo tho largest
'and best selected stock of men's cloth-
Ding and furnishings in Globe. Lantin'a.
d ttp police, inado by Mrs.
I j Randall of 127 Fort Greeuo
Mrs. Randall, who was tho only
. w:!!i whom Jink liarry was
Sctcctivcs Burst in Door
a were sent to tho house,
I. :g co response to their ring-
li Cj bell, burst in the door.
Vh,mf,.n.iK. ,.,, .i.i L Brooklyn. Tho houso was a tumble
j.!:e tad called several times loW" '?.,r; for?' shu"(?r8' fncc and
::::e avenue houso within the ffl"wg to pieces from rot
s car, but had been unable to ' houso a" an ',s1oro to, tbo r,c1.1
uviiiuurs, aim uvy Jiuajiy maue a pool
and raised $20,000, far moro than tho
house was worth, which thoy gavo to
Mrs. Barry, with tho understanding
that she leave tho neighborhood. Then
tho old Barn' house, which had been
:j tt? old woman's body on ' shunned by childron as haunted, was
i o c? dining room. j torn down.
iUij deal tablo wero a hundred In her earlier years Mrs. Barry was
e::.!3, documents and papers, ' ono of the boautios of Brooklyn. From
i t7:c;:ut property of immonso ' her husband sho inhorited largo wealth
! tcs evident that Mrs. Barry ' but was robbed of $100,000 by a lawyer
i gbating over hor troasures : who aftorward headed a cotton syndi
! fell unconscious, through tho cate swindle.
' t:ar:sSment. Coroner's Phy-!
; W;;st declared death duo to' Sam.Eco's for underwear and shoes.
Babies and children net'd prompt at
tention when suffering froon coughs and
colds. Tho best remedy f.or mothers to
wso is Kennedy's Laxativo Cough Syrup.
It tastes nearly as good as maplo sugar.
It contains no opiates and it i9 laxativo
and drives tho cold1 out of tin system
iby gently moving the bowele. JFor salo
iby llanna's Drug Store.
Notico
I am tho man who nil, without tc'ra
ieharge, go anywhere in tho city to take
san acknowledgment, dav or night,, Valn
ar shine; also draw u,j deeds, rehsaaes.
I mortgages and wills at small cost; ibif,;
gy always ready in front of Brojvn's
L.itorc. Phono 411. It. II. Brown, tho
notary public. tf
DCOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOCOOOCOOOOOCOCCSCOCOO?
Account
Thanksgiving Pay
1907
iATES One lowest first class fare and one
third for the round trip via route
traveled between all points on the
Pacific System, and to El Paso, Texas,
including branch lines.
LE DATES November 27 and 28, 1907.
LIMIT December 2, 1907.
NO, STOPOVERS ALLOWED
Anv man can int mnrr.Vil if Iia isn't
too slow to embrace the opportunity.
Chicago News.
, Good soft coal delivered (in ton lots
at $12 per ton. Globe Hardivaxo Co.
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 295.
United States Land Office, Phoenix,
Arizona, October C, 1907. Notice is
horoby given that Charles E. Taylor,
whoso post office address is Globe, Gila
county, Arizona, has mado upplicatiou
for a patent for tho Defiance, Mexico,
ilumbolt, Wedge, Bull Pup, Colorado,
Utah and California lodo mining claims,
Mineral Survey No. 2382. located in tho
Globo Mining District, Gila county, Ari
zona, about uovon and ouo-hnlf' miles in
a northwesterly direction from Globe,
and. approximately in Section 25, Town
ship 1 North, Rango 14 East, uuaur
veyed, Gila and Salt River Basp and
Meridian.
Defiance Lode
Boginning at Cor. No. 1 tho N. E.
cor. U. 8. L. M. No. 2382 bears north
05 deg. IS niin. E., 3921.43 ft.;
Thenco S. 4 deg. 38 win. E. 555.4 ft.
to cor. Ho. I, tho S. E. cor.;
Thence N. 01 dog. 12 min. W., 1192.22
ft., to cor. No. 3, tho H. W. cor.;
Thenco N. 4 dog. 38 min. W. 600 ft.
to cor. No. 4, tho N. W. cor.;
Thonco S. 60 deg. 14 min. E., 1200.3
ft., to cor. No. 1, the plnco of begin
ning. Mexico Lode
Beginning at cor. No. 1, the N. E.
cor., U. S. L. M. No. 2382, whoneo orig
inal location bears N. 26 deg. E. 5.0 min.
whoneo soc cor. 19-30, T. 1 N., S. 15
E., G. & S. It. B. & M. bears N. 75 deg.
JO min. E., 3796.4 ft. Granito Promon
tory bears 8. 00 dog. 30 min W. Ponds
shaft boars 8. 81 deg. 46 min. B.;
Thenco 8. 20 min. W., 570 tt. to cor.
No. 2, tho 8. E. cor.;
Thonco N. 80 dog. .00 min. W., 137L40
ft. to cor. No. 3, tho . W. cor.;
Thonco N. 20 min. E., 570 ft. to cor.
No. 4, the N. W. cor.;
Thonco 8. 80 deg. .00 min. E., 1371.40
ft. to cor. No. 1. the place of beginning.
Colorado Lodo
Beginning at cor. No. 1, tho N. E.
cor. U. 8. U M. No. 2332 whence cor.
No. 2 Louis lode bears 8. 33 deg. .01
min. W., 441.4 ft. on lino 1-2 Loui
lode, Survey 2089; whence original lo
cation bears N. 26 min. E., 985.00 ft.,
whence soc cor. 19-30, T. 1 N., R. 15
E., G. & 8. B. B. & M., bears N. 83 deg.
40 min. E., 5136.70 ft., whence cor. Ho.
1 Louis lodo, Survey 2089, benrs N. 33
deg. .01 min. E. 19.50 ft.;
Thenco 8. 84 deg. 30 min. W., 523.50
ft., to cor. No. 2, tho N. W. cor.;
Thenco S. 26 min. W., 514.18 ft. to
cor. So. 3, tho S. W. cor.;
Thenco N. 81 deg. 30 min. E., 528.5
it., to cor. No. 4, the S. E. cor.;
Thenco N. 20 min. E., 514.1S ft. to
cor. No. 1, tho pla'ce of beginning.
Boll Pup Lodo
Beginning at cor. No. 1, tho N. E.
cor., U. S. L. M. No. 2382, whence orig
inal location bears 8. 51 deg. 35 min.
E., 561.70 ft,, whenco soc. cor. 10-30, T.
1 N., It. 15 E., G & S. It. B. & M., bears
N. 78 deg. 41 min. E., 5693.36 ft.,
whenco cor. No. 3 Colorado lode, this
survey, bears S. 81 deg. 30 min. W.,
V 18.18 It.;
'incnco a. o ucg. i nun. y., uji.i
lV-, to cor. No. 2, tho 8. E. cor.;
Thenco N. 20 deg. 28 min. W., 510.21
ft., to cor No. 3.;
TVcnco N. 40 deg. 47 min. W., 310.52
ft. to cor. No. 4, the S. W. cor.;
Thonco N. 38 deg. 25 min. E. E.,
303.10 ft. to cor. No. 5, tho N. W. cor.;
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS
tho Dewey, Bouldor and Pilot lodes, un
surycyed; owned oy tho Keystono Cop
per Company;
The adjoining claims on tho west arc
tho Last Chaso and Copper Hill lodes,
unsurveyed; owned by tho Keystono
Copper Company.
So far as known there nro no other
adjoining claims, and tho foregoing
claims tor which patent is asked aro
bounded by United States Government
lands. LYMAN W. WAKEFIELD,
Register.
First publication October 8, 1907.
Stop at Sam Kco's today; ask: about
tbo shoes.
IN THE PROBATE COURT Or THE
COUNTY OF GILA, TERRITOEV OF
ARIZONA.
ETURN
In tho Matter of tho Estate of Al
bert William Meyers, Deceased
Order Appointing Day of Henri) ig
Petition and Directing Notico to bo
Given.
Solomon P. Meyers,- administrator o'.f
Albert William Meyers, deceased hav-
infF filfwl in tna Pnnrf tnct TAMrt -ri-i-..
mg that a timo bo sot for tho hcuringfl
of an application for an order to sclli
personal property,
IT IS ORDERED, that Friday, tho
Twenty-ninth day of Novombor, 1007,
at 10 o'clock A. M., of said day be,
and tho same is hereby appointed for
tho hearing of tho said Vctition and
that tho Clerk givo notico thereof by
causing a notico to bp published in tho
Arizona Silver Belt a nowspapcr of
general circulation published in tho said
County, at least Five Days before said
day of hearing, according to law.,
Dated November 21, 1907.
P..C. ROBERTSON,
Probato . Judge
Thenco S. 51 dejr. 35 min. E., 783.8
ft., to cor. No. 1, the place of beginning.
Callfprnla Lodo
Beginning nt cor. No. J, the N. E
cor., U. 8. U M. Ho. 2382, whence sec.
cor. 19-30, T. 1 N., It. 15 E., G. & S. 11.
U. & M., bears N. G6 deg. .02 min. E.
408"2.40 t't.J-
Thonco S. 88 deg. 41 min. W. CS4.90
ft., to cor. No. 2, tho N. W. cor.;
Thence S. 33 deg. .03 min. E., 1218.00
ft., to cor. No. 3, tho S. W. cor.;
Thenco N. 83 deg. 41 min. E., 081.90
ft., to cor. No. 4, tho S. E. cor.;
Thonco N. 33 deg. .03 minW., 1248.60
ft., to cor. No. 1, tho place of begin
ning.
Wodgo Lodo
Beginning at cor. No. 1, tho N. E.
cor.. U. S. L. M. No. 2382. whenco sec.
ft cor. 19-30, T. 1 N.. It. 15 E., G. & 8. R.
U, Ci l., DUiirS tn. Ui UWJ. U"M. ".
A 721.58 ft., whence cor. JSo. l liumnoit
Jade, this survey, bears N. G8 deg. 1-
jnin. w., l-iu.-io it.;
For further information inquire of C.
WARD WELL, Agent, BOWIE, or ad
!SSl E. G. HUMPHREY,
District Passenger Agent,
TUCSON, ARIZ.
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Pfranz Lumber Co.
(Incorporated)
Rmber, doors, windows, paints,
01ls, varnishes and cement. All
kinds of builders material
k Agents for Douglas Cement
ards located on Railroad Street one block
west of the Court House.
First publication, November 22, 1D07.
TOWNSITE NOTICE OFINTEl ITIO"
TO MAKE FINAL "PROOF.,
U. S. LAND OFFICE, Phoenix, Arizon n.
Globe, Arizona, September 2 8, 190.7.
I, P. C. Robertson, Probato Judges
in and for tho County of Gifla nnil
Territory of Arizona, who, unticr and by
virtuo of tho laws of tho United Statos,'.
in such caso mado and provided, on thol
19th day of November, 1900, mado ap
plication to enter tho S. "W. 1-4 of tho
V T1 t 1TJ.J - - h
1 'hence S. 33 don. .03 min. E., 372.70
ft., to cor. No. 2, tho 8. E. cor.;
Tk onco N. 71 deg. 30 min. W., 1012.90
ft.. u cor. No. 3, tho S. W. cor.;
The nco N. 33 deg. .03 min. W., 477.10
ft. to .cor. No. 4, tho N. W. cor.;
Thenco S. 68 deg. 12 min. E., 1090.60
ft., to cor. No. 1, the placo of begin-niiiL'.
Ilumbolt Lodo
Boginning at cor. No. 1, the N. E.
cor.. J. S. L. M. No. 2382, whence sec.
cor. 19-30, T. J N., It. 15 E., G. & 8. li
iii. & M., bcare N. 77 deg. 28 min. E.,
id!.- ii.;
'Thonco 8. 4 dog. 38 min. E., 600 ft.
to cor. No. 2, tho 8. E. cor.:
Thenco S. 89 deg. 10 min. W., 1350
ft., to cor. No. 3, the S. W. cor.;
Thence N. 4 deg. 38 min. W., 490 ft.,
to cor. No, 4, the N. W. cor.;
Thenco N. 84 deg. 30 min. E., 1347.25
ft., to cor. No. 1, tho place of boginning.
Utah Lodo
Beginning at cor. Ho. 1, tho N. E.
cor., U. S. L. M. 2382, whoneo sec. cor.
19-30. T. 1 N.. R. 15 E.. G. & 8. R. B.
: ;.' . 'it in ! 1
UO. acg. ! nun. xi.,
cor. jno. l ju.cxico
N. E . and Lota A, B and G of Sec. 25, Mjl ft" "ne!
i.i M, oi ii. io r. u. a. r. u., siruato, c .... ,. heflrg 27 doe.N 20
lidn.'w., 933.50 ft.;
lying and being in tho County of Gila
and Territory of Arizona, as a towrsitc,
under tho nniuo of tho "East "Globo
Townsito" do horeby apply for notice
of, and givo notice of my intention to
submit townsito proo in. support of
such application, and to maloo final
proof to establish my claim to tho land
above described as trustco for town
sito purposes, for Iho uso anc"l benefit
of tho actual owners and decupants
thereof, boforo Geo. II. Smalloy, Clerk
of tho District Court, of tho Ij'ifth Dis
trict of tho Territory of Arizona, in
and for tho County of Gila, ' at Globe,
Arizona, on tho 23rd day of December,
1907, by propor proof tborooj'.
And ask that William. IE, 'Butler, of
Globo, Giln County Arizona, b3 specially
cited to appear on snid 'date, and befor
said olhcor and offer 'such testimony
as ho desires in oppositi.on to said town
sito claim.
Proofs will bo mado by two of tho
following named wi ttnessns: Louis
Roberts of Globo, Ariz- na; Gcorgo Pow
ell, of Globo, Arizona; ; Samuel C. Alox
ande,r, of Globo, A) ;jzonai Thcodoro
Thenco 8. 30 dog. 46 min. E., 459.70
ft ,, to cor. No. 2, the 8. E. cor.;
Thenco N. 59 dog. 14 min. W., 1015.40
ft., to cor. No. 3, tho S. W. cor.;
1 'henco N. 30 deg. 40 min. E., 459.70
ft., to cor. No. 4 tho JJ. W. cor.;
TVienco S. 59 (leg. ,14 min. E. 1015.40
ft., t o cof- No. 1, tho place of ooginning.
Th 3 locntions of these claims aro rec
orded in the mining records of tho coun
ty re 'ordor of Gila county, Arizona, as
follows:
Defiance, Book 0 of Mines, pngo 53;
'Mexico, Book 6 of Minos, page 110;
Coloi ado, Book 12 of Mines, page 140;
Bull IPup, Book P of Mines, pago 130;
California, Book 12 of Mines, page
1147;
Wcdgl, Book 7 of Mines, page 106;
' Unrnblt, Book 6 of Mines, pago 150;
TTfnli. Book 12 of Mines, pago 100.
Tim H-dioircintr claims on tho north are
dthi- Bull Dog and Louis lodes, survey
fNo, 2089. and tho Contention and Con-
Hcnticm Extonsion lonos, unsurvoyeu;
'.n .. Tnamrnlinn Minim' Comnanv.
, A.Knininff claims on tho cast aro Lone
.Star lode, unsurveyed; owner, Keystone
JCtoTrper company;
f Tins adjoining claims on tho south aro
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 282.
United States Land Office, Phoenix,
Arizona, Scptcmbor 12, 1907. Notice is
hereby given that Julius Licbermnn,
Trustee, of the City and State of New
iTork, by N. 8. Bcrray, of Globe, Gila
County, Arizona Territory, his attorney
in fact, has mado application for par
ent to the SILENT bdo mining claim,
Survey No. 2375, sitiated in tho Globo
Mining District, Gila Couuty, Arizona
Territory, in Section 13, Township 1
North, Range 15 East, Gila & Salt River
Base & Meridian, described as follows:
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence the 8.
E. Cor. of Sec. 13, T. 1 N., R. 15 E.,
G. & S. It. B. & M., bears S. 15 deg. 30
min. E. 48G.0 feet; thence S. GO deg. 33
mm. W. 949.25 feet to Cor. No. 2; thence
N- 20 deg. 16 min. W. 600.0 feet to Cor.
No. 3; thence N. 66 deg. 33 min. E.
049.25 feet to Cor. No. 4; thenco S. 26
dog. 16 min. E. 600.0 feet to Cor. No. 1,
tho placo of beginning. Conilict with
Survey No. 535, Copper Hill lode, .900
acre, conflict with Survey No. 840.
Amador lode, 2.822 acres and conflict
with Vixen lodo, unsurveyed, .005 acre
aro all excluded. Location notices are
recorded in the Oounty Recorder's
ofllco of Giln County, in Records of
Minos, as follows: Original, Book 6,
pago G10;amondcd, in Book 12, page 532.
Adjoining nnd conflicting claims arc
Victory, unsurveyed, on tho north; Cop
per Hill, Survey No. 535 on the cast;
Vixen lode, unsurveyed and Amndor,
Survey No. 846 on the south and Copper
Prince, unsurveyed nnd Lizzie, Survoy
1X0. 1109 on the west.
LYMAN W. WAKEFIELD,
Register.
First publication September 15, 1907.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 321.
United States Land Office, Phoenix,
Arizona, Oct. 31, 1907. Notice is hereby
given that Albert Steinfelt, of Tucson,
Arizona, for himself and his co-owner,
W. E. Murphy, by M. E. Levcrich, at
torney in fact, has made application
for patont to tho Victoria lode mining
claim, Survey No. 2410, situated in the
Stanley Butte Mining District, Graham
County, in approximately Tp. 4 South,
It. 20 E., unsurveyed, G. & S. It. B. &
M., described as follows: Beginning at
Cor. No. 1, whenco 19 mile cor. of
Amended Southern Boundary of White
Mountain Indian Reservation brs. S.
10 deg. 33 min. W., 1010 ft., dist.;
thenco N. 0 deg. 10 min. W. 779.0 ft.
intersect tho boundary lino of tho White
Mountain Indian Reservation, as estab
lished by Congress, approved March 2,
1901; 1388.6 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence
N89 deg. E., GOO it. to.Cof..No. 3; at
which point intersect tho boundary lino
of tho White Mountain Indian Itcsorva
tion, as established by said Act; thence
S. 0 deg. 8 min. E. 1388.0 ft. to cor.
Xo. 4; thenco S. 89 deg. W. 599
ft. to Cor. No. 1, place of begin
ning. Net area 14.915 acres. This
claim is located between tho 18 mile
and 19 mllo corner mounments of the
Amended Southern Boundary" of the
White Mountain Indian Reservation,
about 8 miles south of the San Carlos
Indian Reservation, near Kcllcy Gulch,
in approximately Tp. 4 S., R. 20 E.,
unsurveyed, in Grahap County, Terri
tory of Arizona. Adjoining claims are
on tho West and Will Ryan and Nettie
lodes; of Survoy No. 2372; on tho south
by the same Jodcs; on the east by tho
Erie and Kcllcy lodes of Survey No.
2372 and on tho north by tho White
Mountain Indian Reservation. Location
notices of tho "Victoria aro recorded
in Record of Mines, County Recorder's
Office, Graham County, as follows: Book
14, pago 87. LYMAN W. WAlUi
fc'IELD, Register.
First publication October 31, 1907.
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 294. :
MINERAL SURVEY No. 2372. United
States Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona,
October 2, 1907. KOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that tho Tri-Bullion Smelting
& Development Companj-, a corporation
organized under tho laws of tho Terri
tory of Arizona, by its attorney in fact,
C. E. Moorman, of Solomonville, Ari
zona, has made application for a pat
ent for tho Kcllcy, Erie, Will-Ryan,
Nettie, Corliss, Grand-Central, Star
Light, Nellie, Helen, Oregon, and Olym
pia Lodes, Mineral Survoy No. 2372, in
Stanley-Butte Mining District, in Gra
ham County, Torritory of Arizona (ap
proximately in Twp. 4 S., Rango 20 E.,
G. & S. It B. & M.) described as fol
lows, to-wit:
KELLEY LODE: Beginning at cor
No. 1, whence, tho 19th Milo Stone, on
amended south boundary of tho White
Mountain Indian Reservation, bears S.
57 deg. 14 min. W. 2168.6 ft.; thonco
N. 46 deg. W. (Var. 13 deg. 5 min. E.)
1500 ft., to cor. No. 2; thenco N. 44
deg. E. (Var. 14. deg. 5 min. E.) 600
ft., to cor. No. 3; thenco S. 40 deg. E.
(Var. 13 deg. 40 min. E.) 1500 ft. to
cor. No. 4; thonco S. -14 deg. W. (Var.
13 dog. 30 min. E.) 000 ft. to cor. No.
1, tho placo of beginning.
ERIE LODE: Beginning at cor. No.
1, whenco the 19th Mile Stono on the
amended south .boundary of the Whito
Mountain Indian Reservation, bears S.
02 deg. 11 min. W; 1590.5 ft.; thenco
N. 46 deg. W. (Var. 13 dog. 20 min.
E. 1500 ft. to cor. No. 2; thenco N.
li deg. E. (Var. 13 dog. 5o mm. b.)
100 ft. to cor. No. 3; thenco S. -10 deg.
E. (Var. 13 deg. 40 min. E.) 1500 ft.
to cor. No. 4; thence S. 44 deg. W.
(Var. 13 deg. 5 min. E.) 600 ft. to cor.
No. 1, tho place of beginning.
WILL-RYAN LODE: Beginning at
cor. No. 1 whenco the 19th Milo Stono
on amended south boundary of tho
Whito Mountain Indian Reservation
boars S. 72 deg. 35 min. W. 1037.5 ft.;
thonco N. 4G deg. W. (Var. 13 deg. 35
min. E.) 1500 ft. to cor. No. 2; thenco
N. 44 deg. E. (Var. 1? deg. 30 min. E.)
000 ft. to cor. No. 3; thenco S. 46 deg.
E. (Var. 13 dog. 30 min. E.) 1500 ft.
to cor. No. 4; thenco S. 44 deg. W.
(Var. 13 deg. 20 min. E.) GOO ft. to
cor. No. 1, tho placo of beginning.
, NETTIE LODE: Beginning at cor.
No. 1, whenco tho Qlh Milo Stone, on
amended south boundary of tho White
Mountnin Indian Reservation, bears N.
78 deg. 4 min. W. 583.8 ft.; thenco N.
40 deg. W. (Var. 13 deg. 30 min. E.)
1500 ft. to cor. No. 2; thenco N. 41
deg. E. (Var. 13 deg. 30 min. E.) 600
ft. to cor. No. 3; thonco S. 46 deg. E.
(Var. 13 deg. 30 min; E.) 1500 ft. to
cor. No. 4; thenco S. 41 deg. W. (Var.
13 deg. 33 min. E.) 600 ft. to cor. No.
1, the place of beginning.
CORLISS LODE: Beginning at cor.
No. 1, whenco tho 19th Milo Stone, on
tho amended south boundary of the
Whito Mountain Indian Reservation,
bears S. 07 deg. 14 min. W. 2108.6 ft.;
thenco N. 44 deg. E. (Var. 13 deg. 5
min. E.) 600 ft. to cor. No. 2; thence
S. 4G deg. E. (Var. 13 dog. "30 min. E.)
1389 ft. to cor. No. 3; thenco 8. 44 deg.
W. (Var. 13 deg. 30 min. E.) GOO ft.
to cor. No. 4; thenco N. 40 deg. W.
(Var. 13 deg. 55 min. E.) 1389 ft. to
cor. No. 1, the place of beginning.
GRAND-CENTRAL LODE: Begin,
ning at cor. No. 1, whence the 19th
Mile Stone, on amended south boundnry
of White Mountain Indian Reservation,
bears S. 02 deg. 11 min. W. 1500.5 ft.;
thence N. 44 dog. E. (Var. 13 deg. 5
rain. E.) 000 ft. to cor. No. 2; thence
S. 40 deg. E. (Var. 13 deg. 5 min. E.)
1389 ft. to cor. No. 3; thenco 8. 4 4 deg.
W. (Var. 13 deg. 55 min. E.) 600 ft,
to cor. No. 4; thence N. 40 deg. W.
(Var. 13 deg. 30 min. E.) 1389 ft. to
cor. No. 1, tho placs of beginning.
STAR-LIGHT LODE: Beginning at
Cor. No. 1, whence tho 19th Mile Stone,
on amended south boundnry of the
Whito Mountain Indian Reservation,
bears S. 72 deg. 35 min. W. 1037.5 ft;
thenco N. 41 deg. E. (Vnr. 13 deg. 35
min. E.) 000 ft. to cor. No. 2; thenco
3. 46 deg. E. (Vnr. 13 deg. 20 min. E.)
1389 ft. to cor. No. 3; thenco S. 44 deg.
W. (Var. 13 dog. 30 min. E.) 600 ft. to
cor. No, 4; thence N. 40 deg. W. (Var.
13 deg. 25 min. E.) 13S9 ft. to cor. No.
1, the place of beginning.
NELLIE LODE: Beginning at cor.
No. 1, whence the 19th Mile Stone, on
amended south boundary of the White
Mountain Indian Reservation bears N.
78 deg. 4-min. W. 585.8 ft; thenco N.
14 deg. E. (Var. 13 deg. 30 min. E.)
600 ft to cor. No. 2; thenco S. 40 deg.
E. (Var. 13 deg. 35 min. E.) 13S9 ft.
to cor. No. 3; thenco S. 44 deg. W.
(Var. 13 deg. 25 min. E.) 600 ft. to cor.
No. 4; thence N. 46 deg. W. (Var. 13
deg. 45 min. E.) 13S9 ft. to cor. No. 1,
tbo place of beginning.
HELEN LODE: Beginning at cor.
No. 1, whence tho 18 and Milo Stone
on amended south boundary of the
White Mountain Indian Reservation
bears S. 54 dog. 14 min. W. 741.2 ft;
and 19th Mile Stone on amended south
boundary of the Whito Mountain Indian
Reservation, bears N. 87 deg. 49 min.
W. 3166.3 ft.; thence N. 46 deg. W.
(Var. 13 deg. 45 min. E.) 474.5 ft. to
cor. No. 2; thonco N. 44 deg. E. (Var.
13 deg. 55 min. E.) 600 ft to cor. No.
3; tbence S. 40 deg. E. (Var. 13 deg. 30
min. E.) 474.5 ft. to cor. No. 4; thence
3. 44 deg. E. (Var. 13 deg. 50 min E.)
600 ft to cor. No. 1, tho place of be
ginning. "
OREGON LODE: Beginning at cor.
No. 1, whence tho 18 and ,& Mile Stqne,
on araonded south boundary of the
Whito Mountain Indian Reservation,
bears S. 89 deg. 31 min. W. 184.6 ft,
and 19th Mile Stono on amended south
boundary of White Mountain Indian
Reservation bears N. 78 deg. 33 min. W.
2S02.2 ft; thence N. 40 deg. W. (Var.
13 deg. 45 min. E.) 474.5 ft. to cor. No.
2; thence N. 44 deg. E. (Var. 13 deg.
30 min. E.) 600 ft." to cor. No. 3;
thence S. 40 deg. E. (Var. 13 deg. 46
min. E.J 47J.5 ft. to cor. No. 4; thonco
S. 44 deg. W. (Var. 13 deg. 55 min. E.)
600 ft to cor. No. 1, tho place of be
ginning. OLYMPIA LODE: Beginning at cor.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS
No. 1, whenco tho 18 and Milo Stone,
on amended south boundary of the
White Mountain Indian Reservation,
bears S. 89 deg. 31 min. W. 1S4.C ft,
and tho 19th Mile Stone on amended
south boundary of White Mountain In
dian Reservation, bears N. 78 deg. 38
min. W. 2802.2 ft; thenco S. 44 deg.
W. (Var. 13 deg. 45 min. E.) 600 ft. to
cor. No. 2; thence N. 40 deg. W. (Var '
13 deg. 40 min. E.) 474.5 ft. to cor. No
3; thence N. 44 deg. E. (Var. 13 deg.
25 min. E.) GOO ft. to cor. No. 4; thence"
8. 40 deg. E. (Var. 13 deg. 30 min E.)
474.C ft. to cor. No. 1, tho place of be
ginning.
The location notices ' of the said
claims are recorded in the office, of the
County Recorder of Graham County.
Territory of Arizona, Books of Records
of Mines as follows: Kelley Lode,
Original, Book 14, page 1; amended,
Book 18, pago 532; Erie Lode, Original,
Book 14, pago 5; amended, Book 18,
pago 553; Will-Ryan Lode, Original,
Book 13, page' 301, amended, Book 18.
pago 556; Nettie Lode, Original, Book
14, pago G; amended, Book 18, page
557; Corliss Lode, Original, Book 14,
pago 2, amended, Book 18, page 558;
Grand-Central, Original, Book 14, pago
4, amended, Book 18, page 559; Star
Light Lode, Original, Book 13, page
300, amended, Book 18, page 500; Nel
Ho Lode, Original, Book 14, page 7,
amended, Book 18, page 501; Helen
Lode, Original, Book 14, page, l6,
amonded, Book 18, page 562; Oregon
Lode, Original, Book 14, pago 3, amend
ed, Book 18, page 5G3; and Olympia
Lode, Original, Book 14, pago 8, amend
ed, Book 18, pago 504.
Tho only adjoining claims are the
claims of W. J. Parks, names unknown,
lying south of tho Nellie and Olympia
Lodes.
Tho area in conflict with the Victoria
Lode is not claimed and is excluded
from tho Kelley, Erie, Will-Ryan and
Nettie Lodes; and the area ingconflict
with the claims of W. J. Parks, names
unknown, is not claimed and is excluded
from the Nellio and Olympia Lodes.
LYMAN W. WAKEFIELD, Register.
First publication, October 18, 1907.
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 292.
United States Land Office, Phoenix;
Arizona, September 17, 1907. Notice is
hereby" given that W. H. Butler, ef
Globe, Arizona, has made application
for patent to the Upper Notch lodo min
ing claim, Survey No. 2422, situated in
the Globe Mining District, Gila County,
Arizona, in Sec, '8, unsurveyed Tp. 1
N., R. 16 E., G. & S. R. B. & M., de
scribed as follows: Beginning at Cor.
No.,1, whence tho E. J4 Cor. of Sec. 24,
Tp. 1 N., R. 15 E., G. & S. R. B. & M.,
bears S..54 deg. 59 min. W. 1674.G feet;
thence N. 27 deg. 30 min. W. 605.G feet
to Cor. No. 2; thence N. 54 deg. 32 min.
E. 10S5.S feet to Cor. No. 3: thence N.
43 deg. 37 min. E. 10.S feet to Cor.No.
4; thence S. 27 deg. 36 min. E. G05.0
feet to Cor. No. 5; thenso S. 54 deg. 25
min. W. 109G.G feet to Cor. No. 1, the
place of beginning. Conflict with Ari
zona claim, survey No. 2313, containing
6.8S9 acres; conflict with Kingston
claim, unsurveyed, containing .1J5 acre,
and conflict with Stonewall claim, sur
vey No. 1123, containing .003 acre, are
excluded. Location notices are recorded
in Records of Mines, County Recorder's
office, said Qila County, as follows:
Original, book 9, page 189; amended,
book 8, page 347; amended, book 12,
pago ISO; amended, book 15, page 63.
Adjoining and conflicting claims are
Hogeye and Buckeye on the northwest;
Badger and Kingston on tho northeast;
Kingston, Carlos, Stonewall and Arizona
on the southeast and Arizona on the
southwest. LYMAN W. WAKEFIELD,
Register.
First publication September 19, 1907.
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