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Friday, December 13, 1907
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This is to notify tho public that I
have again taken full charge of. tho
Olobo Steam Laundry, and that Copas
& Richards, to1 whom I leased tho plant
somo timo ago, havo retired, and aro no
longer in any way connected with tbo
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NOT TO 6EI JOB
Name of Oregon District Attor
ney Withdrawn From Norn-
.. ' ination in Senate.
PORTLAND, Ore., December 12.
Upon tho announcement thnt tho noni
ination of William O. Bristol for tho dis
trict attorneyship, of Oregon would bo
withdrawn from tho senate, Bristol
signed tho following statement:
"According to my invariablo rule, I
havo nothing now to say on tho subject.
At tho proper time, however, I will
nmko a full, satisfactory statoment of
all tlio facts and circumstances.
"December 10, Heiioy wired mo from
San Francisco that h'o expected to ar
rive in Portland on tho sixteenth. Sinco
then I havo heard nothing about the
Oregon land fraud situation.
"Everyone having any knowledge of
tho land fraudienses, oven tho defend
ants themselves will know that tho cir-'
eu instances upon which tho trials of
these cases depend have nover been and
aro not now in my hands or control."
WASHINGTON, December' 11. Tn
addition to the official announcement of
tho reasons which prompted tho with
drawal from nomination of Federal Dis
trict Attorney Bristol of Oregon, it was
learned that in tho opinion of tho attor
ney general, Bristol did not exhibit tho
applicatou and alacrity in disposing of
the land fraud cases, that had been ex
pected of him, mid that, therefore, n'8
services should bo discontinued. The
impression was given that the succes
sor to Bristol will bo appointed without
delay, bilt there was no intimation an
to whom it would be.
RECOVERY OF BODIES
HLOOMSBURG, Pa., December 12.
Owing to high water in tho Susquehan
na river and terrific force of tho cur
rent, no attempt was made today to
recover the bodies of the seven men
drowned yesterday when tho Mifflins
ville bridge collapsed. The 'water rose
rapidly until noon, when it began to
subside. With tho flood as it is any at
tempt to recover the bodies would be
NEW STATE IN WRANGLE.
GUTHRIE, Okla., December 12.
Tho house and senate have not as yet
been able to get together in joint ses
sion to vote for n United States sen
ator, both Lieutonant Governor Bellamy
of the sennte and Speaker William Mur
ray of "tlijhmis6 claiming the right
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NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Sealed bids will bo received at the
office of tho Board' of Supervisors of
Gila County, Arizona, nntil'lO o'clock
a. m., Jnnuary 0, 190S, for tho following
purposes, to. wit: . ... . ., .
For publishing the proceedings of tho
Hoard of Supervisors: for publishing
the Dcl'inqifcht Tax EistV'tho Great Reg
ister, Reward Notices, Notices for Bids,
Election Proclamations and aU,oth.Qr no
tices and printing as may bo required
by tho County and officials thoroof, in
typo and form as provided by law.
Board of Prisoners
Fqr hoarding tho prisoners confined
in tho county jail, two mcnls por day
of substantial food, at a stated prico
per meal. '
Medical Atteridanco' to tho Indigent
Sick and Prisoners
Hids for medical nttondancc; a stated
prico per patient per day, a stated price
for two meals" per day, a stated price
for caro of indigent sick outsido of tho
hospital and in Globo corporato limits,
a stated price for caro of indigent sick
outsido of tho corporato limits, oxtunin
ation of insano and post-mortem..
Burial of Paupors
For tho burial of paupers, including
a plain coffin and a headstono of board;
.tho grave, tobo ,nol less .than. fivo. feet
A stated pried 'por' cano,' . .
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For convoying'- tlio insano 'tV'tlTo asy--
him at Phoonix, a stated, prico per per
r r '-, ''rv i-'Vw
Laundry at Hospital
For laundry at county 'hospital, a
fl U ODll
,- - -
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stated prico per quarter.
Wood and Coal '
For cpurtliouso and hospital, a stated
prico por cord for cednr, in lots of ton
cords, moro or lcss as may bo required
delivered; a stated prico for carload
lots of American Block coal, moro or
loss, to bo dolivorcd, as required, in
tho furnaco room of tho courthouse.
Tonus to commence after tho con
tracts havo been awarded and end on
tho first Monday in January, 10.09.
Payments to bo made, by warrants
drawn, on tho County Trensuror.
Successful bidders will bo required to
Tho Board of Supervisors rcsorvo tho
right toroject any or all bids.
.T. W. WENTWORTH,
Clerk, Board of Supervisors
TOWNSITE NOTICE, OF INTENTION
TO MAKE FINAL' PROOF.
U. S. LAND OFFICE, Phoenix, Arizona.
Globo, Arizona, September 28, 1907.
I, P. C. Robertson, Probata Judge,
in and for tho County of Gila and
Torritory of Arizona, who, undor and by
virtue of tho laws of tho United States,
in such enso made and provided, on the
19th day of Novomber, 1900, mado ap
plication to ontor tho S. W. 1-4 of tho
N. E. yk and Lots 4, 5 and 0 of Soc. 25,
T. 1 N, of R. 15 E G. & S. P. M., Bituato,
lying and being in tho County of Gila
and Territory of Arizona, da a townsite,
under tho nnmo of tho "East Globe
Townsito" do horeby apply for notico
of, and givo notico of my intention to
submit townsito proof in support of
such application, and to mako final
proof to establish my claim to tho land
abovo doscribed as truatco for town
sito purposes, for tho uso. and benefit
of tho actual owners and occupants
thereof, twforo Geo. II. Smnlley, Clerk
of tho District Court, qf tho Fifth Dis
trict of tho Torritory of Arizona, in
aud for tho County of Gila', at Globo,
Arizona, on tho 23rd day of December,
1007, by proper proof thereof.
And ask that William II. Butler, of
Globo, Gila County Arizonn, bo specially
cited to appear on said date, and befor
said ofiicor and offer such testimony
ns ho desires in opposition to said town
Proofs will bo mado by two of tho
following named wittnesses: Louis
Roberts of Globe, Arizona; George Pow
ell, of Globo, Arizona; Samuel C. Alex
aniler, of Globe, Arizonn; Theodore
Crnndall, of Globe, Arizona.
PETER C. ROBERTSON,
Probato Judgo, in and for the County of
Notico of tho above application will
bo published in tlio "Arizona Silver
Bolt," printed at Globe, Gila County,
Arizona, which I hereby designate as
tho newspaper published 'nearest tho
land described in said application.
LYMAN W. WAKEFIELD,
First publication November 20, 1907.
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 295.
United States Land . Office, Phoenix,
Arizonn, October 5, 1907. Notico is
hereby given that Charles E. Taylor,
whoso post office address is Globe, Gila
county, Arizona, has mado application
for a patent for the Defiance, Mexico,
Unmlxilt, Wedge, Bull Pup, Colorado,
Utah and California lode mining claims,
Mineral Survey No. 23S2. located in the
Globe Mining District, Gila county, Ari
zona, about seven and one-half miles in
a northwesterly direction from' Globe,
and approximately in Section 25, Town
ship 1 North, Raago It East, uusur
vcyed. Gila and Salt River Base and
Beginning at Cor. No. 1 tho N. E.
cor. U. S. L. M. No. 23S2 bears north
65 deg. IS miu. E:, 3921.43 ft.;
Thenco S. 4 deg. 39 min. E. 555.4 ft.
to cor. No. 1, tho 8. E. cor.;
Thence N. 01 dog. 12 min. W., 1192.22
ft.-, to cor. No. 3, tho S. W. cor.;
Thenco N. 4 deg. 38 min. W. COO ft,
to cor. No. 4, lho N. W. cor.;
Thonco S; 59 deg. J4 min. E., 120G.3
ft., to cor. No. 1, tho placo of begin
ning. Mexico Lodo
Beginning at cor. No. 1, tho N. E.
cor., U. S. L. M. No. 28S2, whence orig
inal location boars N. 20 deg. E. 5.0 min.
whonco sec. cor. 19-30, T. 1 N., R. 15
t:., u. & a. j:. u. & m. bears jm. 75 deg.
50 mmE. 3790.4 ft. Granito Promon
tory boars S. 00 dog. 30 .min W- Ponds
shaft bears S. 81 dog.MG.min. E.;
Thenco S. 2G min. W., 570 ft. to cor.
No. 2, tho S. E. cor.;
Thenco N. SG deg. .0G min. W., 1371.40
ft", to Cor.'No. 3, tho S. W. cor.;
Thenco N. 2G min. E., 570 ft. to cor.
No. 4. tho N. W. cor.:
Thence S. 80 deg. .00 min. E., .1371.40
ft. to cor. No. 1. the placo of beginning.
Beginning at cor. No. 1, tho N. E.
cor. U. S. L. M. No. 2382 whonco cor.
No. 2 Louis lodo bears S. 33 deg. .01
min., W., 441.4 ft. on line 12 Louis
lode, Survey 2089; whence original lo
cation boars N. 20 miu. E., DS5.00 ft,,
whonco sec. cor. 19-30, T. 1 N., R. 15
E G. & S. R. B. & M.f bears N. 83 deg,
4G min. E., 513G.70 ft., whonco cor. No.
1 Louis lodo, Survey 20S9, bears N. 33
deg. .01 min. E! 19.50 ft.;
Thenco S. Si. 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, tlio S. W. cor.;
Thonco N. 84 deg. 30 miu. E., 523.5
ft., to cor. No. 4, tho S. E. cor.:
Thonco N. 20 min. E.. 514.13 ft. to
cor. No. 1, the-place of beginning.
Bull Pup Lodo
Beginning, at cor. No. 1, .tho N. E.
cor., U. S. L. M. No. 2382, whonco orig
inal location bears S. 51 deg. 35 min.
E., 501.70 ft., whence sec. cor. 19-30! T.
1 N., R. 15 E., G. & S. R. B. & M.. bears
N. 78 deg. ,41 miu. E., 5093.36 ft.,
whonco cor. No. 3 Colorado lode, this
survoy,- bears S. 84 deg. 30 min. W.,
Thonco S. .38 deg. 25 -min. W., 532.2
ft., to. cor. No. 2, tho S. E. cor.;
Thonco N. 20 deg. 2S min. W., 510.24
ft., to cor No. 3.;
Thonco N. 49 deg. 47 min. W., 31C.52
ft. to cor. No. 4, tho S. W. cor.;
Thenco N. 38 deg. 25 min. E. .E.,
303.10 ft. to cor. No. 5,-tho N. W. cor.;'
Thonco S. 51 deg. 35' min. E 783.8
ft., to cor. No. 1. tho placo of beginning.
Beginning at cor; No. 1, tho N. E.
cor.. U. S. L. M. No. 2382. whonco sec.
cor. 10-30, T. 1 N., R. 15 E., G.t& S. R.
u. & At., bears. JS. 00-deg. .02 mm. IS.
, Thenco. S. 88 dog. 41. min., W, 634.90
'ft., to cor. No. 2, tho N. W.-cor.;
Thenco S. 33 dog. .03 min. 12., 1248.60
ft., to ,cor. JNo. 3, tho a. w. cor.;
Thenco N. 88 dog., 41 min. E.; 084.90
ft. to cor. No. 4, tlio S. E. cor.;
Thonco N. 33 deg. .03 min. W., 1248.00
ft, to cor. No. 1 tho placo of beginning."
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.gwrt - ,1..
Beginning at cor. No. 1, the N. E.
Cor., U. S. L. M. No. 2382, whec-o sec.
cor. 19-30, T. 1 N., R. 15 E., G. & 8. R.
B. &.M., bears N 69- dog. 14,min. E
4721.58 ft., whence cb'r: No: 1 Humbolt
lode, 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, tho S. E. cor.;
Thenco N. 71 deg. 30 min. W., 1012.9U
ft, to cor. No. 3,. tho S. W. cor.;
Thonen N. 33 lioct. .03 min V A77 in
ft to cor. No. 4, tho N. W. cor.;'
Thenco 8. 08'deg. 12 min. E., 1090.60
ft, to cor. No. 1, tho placo of begin
ning, i ''
Beginning at cor. No. 1, the N. E.
cor., U. S. L. M. No. 2382, whence sec.
tor.. 19-30, T. 1 N.j R. 15 E., G. & S. R.
B. & M., bears N. 77 dog. 28 min.'E..
Thenco 8. 4 dog. 38 min. E., 600 ft
to cor. No. 2, the 8. E. cor.:
" Thence S. 89 dejr. 10 mm. W.. 1350
ft. to cor. No. 3, tho 8, W. cor.;
nKnnAA XT A .lnM TO .!. It? IHA L
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to cor. No. 4, the N. W. cor.;
Thenco N. 84 deg. 30 mint E., 1347.25
ft., to cor. No. 1, the placo of beginning.
Beginning at cor. No. 1, the N. E.
cor., U. S. L. M. 2382, whence sec. cor.
JU-3U, r. l n., it. 15 js., u. & 8. R. B.
& M., bears N. 65 deg. 43 min. E.,
3028.70 ft., whenco cor. No. 1 Mexico
lode, this survey, bears N. 27 deg. 26
rain. W., 933.50 ft;
Thence 8. 30 deg. 46 min. E., 459.70
St.. to cor. No. 2, the S. E. cor.;
Thenco N. 59 dez. 14 min. W., 1015.40
ft, to cor. No. 3, tho S. W. cor.;
Thenco N. 30 deg. 4G min. JD., 459.70
ft. to cor. No. 4 tho N. AV. c6r.;
Thence 8. 59 dcj, 14 min. E. 1015.40
ft. to cor. No. 1, tho placo of beginning.
. Tho locations f theso claims are rec
orded in tho mining records of the count
ty recorder of Gila county, Arizona, as
Defiance, Book 6 of Mines, page 53;
Mexico, Book 6 of Mines, page 116;
Colorado, Book 12 of Mine?, page 146;
Bull Pup, Book 9 of Mines, page 130;
California, Book 12 Of Mines, page
Wedge, Book 7 of Mines, page 105;
Iltimbfilt, Book 0 of Mines, page 150;'
utan, uook JK or .Mines, page JUO.
The adjoining claims on tho north arc
the Bull Dog and Louis lodes, survoy
No. 2089, and tho Contention and Con
tention Extension lodes,' "unsurvcyed;
Owner, Inspiration Mining Company.
Adjoining claims on tho cast aro Lone
Star lode, unsui vcyed; orrncr, Keystone
Tho adjoining claims on the south aro
tho Dewey, Boulder and Pilot lodes, un
surveyed; owned by tbo Keystone Cop
The adjoining claims on tho west are
tho Last Chaoso and Copper Hill lodes,
nnsurveyed; owned by tho Keystone
So far as known thcro aro no other
adjoining claims, and tho foregoing
claims for which patent is asked arc
bounded by United States Government
lands. LYMAN AV. WAKEFIELD,
First publication October 8, 1907.
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 321.
United States Land Office, Phoenix,
Arizona, Oct 31, 1907. Notice is hereby
given that Albert Steinfclt, of Tucson,
Arizona, for himself and his co-owner,
W. E. Murphy, by M. E. Iyovcrich, at
torney in fact, has made application
for patent to the Victoria lode mining
claim, Survey No. 2416, situated m the
Stanley Butte Mining District, Graham
County, in approximately Tp. 4 South,
R. 20 E., unsurveyed, G. & S. R. B. &
M., described as follows: Beginniug at
Cor. No. 1, whenco 19 milo cor. of
Amended Southern Boundary of White
Mountain Indian Reservation brs. S.
10 deg. 33 min. AV., 1010 ft, dist;
tbcr-ce N. 0 deg. 10 min. W. 779.0 ft
intersect the boundary lino of tho AVhito
Mountain Indian Reservation, a's estab
lished by Congress, approved March 2,
1901; 1388.0 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence
N. 89 deg. E., 600 ft. to Cor. No. 3; at-
which, point intersect the boundary lino
of the Whito Mountain Indian Reserva
tion, as established by said Act; thence
8. 0 deg. 8 min. E. 13SS.6 ft. to cor.
No. 4; thence S. 89 deg. W. 599
ft. to Cor. No. 1, placn of begin
ning. Net area 14.915 acres. This
claim is located between tho ISVj mile
and 19 milo corndr mounments of the
Amended Southern Boundary of tho
Whito Mountain Indian Reservation,
about .8 miles south of tho San Carlos
Indian Reservation, near Kellcy Gulch,
in approximately Tp. '4 S., R. 20 E.,
unsurveyed, in Graham County, Terri
tory of Arizona. Adjoining claims arc
on tho AVcst arid AVill Ryan and Nettio
lodes; of Survey No. 2372; on tho south
by tho same lodes; on tho east by tho
Erio .and Kellcy .lodes, pf Survey No.
2372 and on tho north by the AVhitc
Mountain Indian Reservation. Location
notices of tho Victoria arc recorded
in Record of Mines, County Recorder's
Office, Graham Cpiinty, as follows: Book
14, pago 87. LYMAN W. AVAKE
FIELD, Register. " ",'
First publicatipn October- 3i, 1907. .
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 294.
MINERAL SURVEY No. 2372, Unitctl
States Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona,
October 2, 1907. NOTICE IS HEREBY
GLVEN that tho Tri-Bullion Smelting
& Development Company, a corporation
organized undtir tho laws of -tho Terri
tory of Arizona, by its attorney in fact,
C. E. Moorman, of Solomonvillc, Ari
zona, has mado application or a, pat
ent for tho Kelley, Eric, AVill-Ryan,
Nettie, Corliss, Grand-Central, Star
Light, Nellie, "Helen, Orogon, and Olym
pia Lodes, Mineral SurveyNo. 2372, in
Stanloy-Butto Mining District, in Gra
ham, County, Torritory of Arizona (ap
proximately in Twp. 4 S., Range 20 E.,
G. & S. R. B. & M.) described .as foj
KELLEY LODE: Beginning at cor
No. 1, whence the 19th Milo Stono, on
amended south boundary of tho Whito
Mountain Indian .Reservation, bears S.
57 deg. 14 Win. W. 2103.6 ft; thenco
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 con No. 3; thbncii S.'dG deg. E.
(Var. 13 deg. -40 min. E.) 1500 ft to
cor.'1 No." 4; thenco 8. 44 deg. AV. (Var.
13 deg: 30 min. E-.) 000 ft to' cor. 'No.
1, tho plnco of beginning. 4
ERIE LODE: Beginning at cor. No.
1, whenco tho 20th' Milo Stone on the
amended south boundary of tho White
Mountain Indian 'Rese"rVa"tiori', bears S.
02 deg. 11 min. W. 1500.5 ft; thence
N. 40'deg."AV. (Vhfr'iu deg; 20 min.
E; 1500 ft. to cor. No. 2; -thence" N.
44 deg. E.- (Van 10-deg. 55-' mini" E-.)
GOO ft. to -cor. No. 3; thenco 8. 46 deg.
E. (Var. 13 deg. 40 min. E.) 1500 ft
to cor. No. 4; thence S. 44 deg. AV.
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $
(Van 13 d6g. 5" min. B.) GQO.ft. to eor.
No. 1, tho place df beginning.
WILL-RYAN LODE: Beginning aS
cor. No. 1 whenco tho 19th Milo Stono
ton nuiondcd !south. boundary of tho
I Whito Mountain Tmllnn T?anr?ff5n&
bears 8. 72 deg. 36 min. W. 1037.5 ftj'"
thonco N. 46 deg. W. (Var. 13 deg. 35
min. E.) 1500 ft. to cor. No. 2j thcnc0
N". 44 dog. E. (Var. JS'.dcg. 30 min. E.)
600 ft'to'fior. ,No. 3; thenco 8. 4Q deg.
E. (Van 13 deg. 30 min. E.) 1500 ft'
to cor. No. 4; thenco 8. 44 deg. AV'
(Van 13 dog. 20 min. E.) 600 ft. to?
cor. No.- 1, tho placo of beginning.. ,
NETTIE LODE: Beginning at con!
No. 1, whence the 19th' Mil6 Stone, on!
amended south boundary of the White'
Mountain Indian Reservation, bears NV
78 deg. 4 min. W. 385:'8 ft; thenco N.)
46 deg. W. (Var. 13 deg. 30 min..E.jt
1500 ft to cor. No. 2; thenco Nj 44
deg. E. (Var. 13 deg. 30 min. E.). 60C
ft to cor. No. 3; thence 8. 40 deg. E.'
(Var. 13 deg. 30 min. E.) 1500-ft to
cor. No. 4; thenco 8. 41 deg. W. (Var;
13 deg. 35 min. E.) 600 ft to cor.-.NoV
1, tbo place of beginning.
CORLISS LODE: Beginning at cor?
No. 1, whence the 10th Milo Stone, on
tho amended south boundary of tho
AVhito Mountain Indian Reservation
bears S. 57 deg. 14 min. AV. 21G8.6.ffl
thence N. 44 deg. E. (Var. 13 deg. '.5
min. E.) 600 ft to cor. No. 2; thenco
8. 46 deg. E. (Van 13 dog. 30 min.'E.);
1389 ft. to cor. No. 3; thenco 8. 44 deg.
AV. (Van 13 deg. 30 min. E.) 000 ft;'
to cor. No.- 4; thenco N. 46 dog. AC
(Var. 13 dog. 55 min. E.) 1389 ft. to
cor. ,No. 1, the place of beginning.
' GRAND CENTRAL LODE: Begin-,
nitig. at cor, No. J, whence; the-19tb
Milo Stone, on amended eonth. boundary
of Whito Mountain Indian. Reservation,
bears S. 62 deg. 11 min.' AV. 1590'"!;
thenco N. 44 deg. E. (Var. 13 deg. 5
min. E.) 600 ft to eon No. 2; thence
S. 46 deg.'E. (Van ,13 deg. 5 min. E)
1389 ft to cor. No. 3; thenco S.-44 deg.
AV. (Vnr. -13 .deg. 55 min. E.j COO ft
to cor. No. 4; thenco N. 40 deg. W.
(Var. 13 d5g. 30 'min. E.") 1389"ft to
con No. 1, tho place of beginning.
STAR-LIGHT LODE: Beginning at
Cor. Nj)., 1, whence tho 19th Mile Stone,
on amended south' boundary of the
Whito Mountain Indian Reservation,
bears 8. 72 deg. 35 min. AV. 1037.5 ft;
thenco N. 44 deg. E. (Var. 13 deg. 35
min. E.) 600 ft. to eor. No. 2; thenco
S. 46 deg. E. (Var. 13 deg. 20 min. E.)
1389 ft. to cor. No. 3; thenco S. 44 deg.
AV. (Var. 13 deg. 30 min. E.) 60p ft to
cor. No. 4; thenco K. 40 deg. AV. (Van
13 deg. 25 min. E.) 1389 ft td con No.
1, tho placo of beginning.
NELLIE LODE'. 3cginn:ng a,t. cor.
No. 1, whence tho 19th Milo Stone, on
amended south boundary of tbo AVhito
Mountain Indian Reservation bears N.
78 deg. 4 min. W. 5S5.S ft) thence N.
44 deg. E. (Var. 13 deg. 30 min. E;)
600 ft. to cor. No. 2; thenee S. 46 deg.
E. (Var. 13 deg. 35 min. E.) 1389 ft
to' cor. No. 3; thenco 8. 44 deg. AV.
(Vnr. 13 deg. 25 min. E.) COO ft. to cor.
No. 4; thence N. 46 deg. W. (Var. 13
deg. 45 min. E.) 1389 ft. to" cor. JXo. 1,
tho placo of beginning.
HELEN LODE: Beginning at cor.
No. 1, vhenco tho 18 and Milo Stono"
on amended south boundary of the
AVhito Mountain Indian Reservation
bears S. 54 deg. 14 min. W. 741.2 ft;
and 19th Mile Stono on amended south
boundary of the AVhito Mountain Indian
Reservation, bears N. 87 deg. 49 min
AV. 3166.3 ft.; thenco N. 46 deg. AV,
(Van 13 deg. .45 min. E.) 474.5 ft to
cor. No. 2; thenco X 44 deg. E. (Var.
13 deg. 55 min. E.) 600 ft. to cor. No.
3; thence S. 46 dog. E. (Van 13 deg. 3t
min. E.) 474.5 ft to cor. No. 4; thence
S. 44 deg. E. (Var. 13 deg. 50 min B.)
600 ft. to cor. No. 1, tho place oi'bc
ginning. OREGON L'ODE: . Beginning at con
No. 1, whenco tho 18 and Mile Stone,
on amended south boundary, of tho
Whito Mountain Indian Reservation,
bears S. 89 deg. '31 min. W. 18'4'.G. ft,
and 19th Milo Stono on amended south
boundary of AVhito Mountain Indian
Reservation bears N. 78 deg. 38 min. AV.
2802.2 ft; thenco. JN. 40 dcg.,AV. (Var.
13 'deg. 45 min. E.) 474.5 ft to cor. No.
2; thenco N..44' deg. E. (Var. 13 deg.
30 min. E.) 600 ft. to cor. No. 3;
thenco S. 46 dog. E. (Var. 13 deg. 46
min. E.) 474.5 ft to con. No. '-4; thence
8. 44 deg. W. (Van 13 'deg. .55. minE-1)
600 ft. to cor. No. 1, the place of be
ginning. OLYMPIA LODE: Beginning at for.
No. 1, whenco tho 18 and Milo Stone,
on amended south boundary of tho
AVhito Mountain Indian Reservation, .
bears S. S9 deg. 31 min. AV. 1S4.0 ft,
and the 19th Milo Stone on amended
south boundary of White' Mountain In-
uian Reservation, T)cars-N. 78 deg. 38
min. AV. 2802.2 ft; thenco 8. 44 deg.
AV. (Van 13 deg. 45. njin. E.) 600 ft to
cor Ntf. 2; thenco N. 40' deg, W. (Va.'r.
13 deg. 40 min. E.) 474.5 ft to cor. No.
3; thenco 'N. 44 deg. E. Va. J3. deg.
25 min. E.) 600 ft. to'cor. No. 4; thenco
S. 46 deg. E. (Var. 13 deg. 30 min E.)
474.5 ft. to con. No. 1, tho placo of be
ginning. . ,
Tho location, notice? of tho said
claims aro recorded in the office of tho .
County Recorder of Graham County,
Territory of Arizona, Books of Records
of Mines as follows: Kelley Lode,
Original, Book 14, pago Tj amended,.
Book 18, pago 552; Erio Lode, Original,',
Book 14, pago 5; amended", Bolf 18, ,!
pairo 5535 AVill-Ryan Lode. Oriclnal.?
"Boojc 13, pago 301, amended, Bobk18,'
pago 556; Nettie Lodo, Ongmalj .Book ".
14, pago 6; amended, Book 18, pago
557; Corliss Lodpy Original,' Book 14, 4
pago 2, amended, Book. IS, jago '55SJ .j
'Grand-Central, Original, Book 14,, pago
4, amended, Book 18, pago- 559; Star-.
Light , Lode, Original, Book 13, page .
300, amended, Book IS, pago 560; Nei
lio Lode, . Original, Book 14, pago 7,
amended, Book 18, page 561;. Helen,
Lodo,. Original, . Book 14, pago 1Q',
'amouded, Book 18, pago 562; Oregon
"Lodo, Original,. JJook. 14, page, 3,, amend
ed, Book -IS., page 563; and Olympia
Lodo, Original, Book 14, pago 8, amend
ed. Book 18, -pago 564.
Tho" only adjoining claims "aro tho
claims of AV. J. Parks, names unknown,
lying south of tho Nellie and Olympia
Lodes. " - ' "
Tho area in conflict with tho Victoria "
Lodo is not claimed aud is oxewded
from tho Kelley, Erie, AVill-Ryan, and
'XT-Il!- T.l -.! il. i ! il-Ji
inaui; uuura, uuu nil) ;uu;i in cunuici
with tho claims of W. J. Parks, names
unknown, is npt claimed. and. is-cxcludc'd
from tho Nellie and Olympia Lodes.
LYMAN AV. WAKEFIELD, Register.
First publication, October 18, 1907.
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