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title: 'St. Johns herald and Apache news. (St. Johns, Apache Co., Ariz.) 1905-1917, January 16, 1913, Image 6',
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RESTORATION TO ENTRY
OF LANDS IN NATIONAL
Notice is hereby given that the
lands described below, embracing
520.07 acres, within the Apache
National Forest, Arizona will be
subject to settlement and entry
under the provisions of the home
stead laws of the United States
and the act of Jane 1J , 1906 (34
Stat., 233), at the United States
land office at Phoenix, Arizona,
on March 17. 1913. Any set
tler who was actually und in
good faith claiming any of said
lands for agricultural purposes
prior to January 1, 1906, and has
not abandoned same, has a pref
erence right to make a home
stead entry for thelands actually
occupied. Said lands were listed
upon' the applications of the per
sons mentioned below, who have
preference right subje6t to the
prior right of any such settler,
provided such settler or applicant
is (qualified to make homestead
entry and the preference right is
exercised prior to March 17, 1913,
on which date the lands will be
subject to settlement and entry
by any qualified person. The
lands are. as follows: A tract
within Sees. 17 and 20, T- 5 N. ,
R. 31 E., G. & S. R. M., describ
ed by metes and bounds as fol
lows: Beginning at corner No. 1,
whence the southwest corner of
Sec. 16 of said township bears N.
37 deg. E, 3.70 chains; extending
thence N. 5 defif. W. 16 chains;
thence. N. 29 deg. E. 6.89 chains;
thence N. 20 chains; thence W.
30 chains; thence N. 15 chains;
thence W. 25 chains; thence N.
5 chains; thence W. 20 chains;
thence S. 20 chains; thence E. 35.
50 chains; thence S. 20 chains;
thence N. 44 deg. E. 18 chains;
thence S. 75 deer. E. 11,52 chains;
thence S. 6 deg. E, 19 chains;
thence S. 32 deg. E. 17 chains:
thence N 67 deg. E. 2.19 chains
to corner No. 1, the place of be
ginning. There are two strips,
each 30 feet wide, excepted there
from as follows: (1st strip), Be
ginning at a point 5 chains N.
of corner No. 10 of the tract, ex
tending thence 15 feet on each !
side of a line running S. 83 deg.
E. 45.50 chains totheplace where
the end of the strip closes on the
boundary of the tract. (2nd
strip). Beginning at a point 50
links N-.44 deg. E. of corner No.
12 of the tract, extending thence
15 feet on each side of a line run
ning N. 21 chains to the place
where the end of the strip closes
on the boundary of the: first ex
cepted strip; the net area being
151.28 acres. Said tract was list
ed upon the application of H. R.
Burk, Alpine, Arizonai List
3-1904. A tract within Sec. 15 T.
6 N., R. 30 E. described by metes
and bounds as follows: Begin
ning at corner No. 1, a .sandstone
marked H-i, whence the north
west corner of said Sec. 15 bears
N. 31.50 chains; extending thence
S, 44 deg. E. 24 chains; thence N.
63 deg. 3(f min. E. 10 chains;
thence N. 45 deg. E, 20 chains;
thence S. 64 deg. E. 8 chains;
thence S. 58 deg. W, 17 chains;
thence S, 52 deg. "W. 20 chains;
thence S. 29 deg. E. 28 chains;
thence W, 8 chains: thence N. 19
deg. W. 14 chains; thence N. 36
deg. "W. 1L chains; thence N. 44
deg. W. 10 chains; thence N. 21
deg;w 10.63 chains;thence N. 8.50
chains to corner No. 1. the place
of beginning. There is excepted
therefrom a strip 33 feet wide de
scribed as follows' Beginning:at
a point N. 52 deg. E. 80 .links
from corner No. 7 of the tract,
extending thence 16 feet on each
side of a line running N. 11 deg.
W. 6 chains; thence N. 57 deg.W.
4 chains: thence N. 50 deg. W. 2
chains; thence N. 13 deg. W 2.34
chains to the place where the end
of the strip closes on the bound
ary of the tract; the net area be
ing 48.79 acres. Said tract was
listed upon the application of
Robert M. Martin, Nutrioso,
Arizona; List? 3-1979. The
of SW, Sec. 14, and the E of
SEi, Sec. 15, T, b N., R. 31 E.
containing 160 acres, application
of Leitha Miller, Nutrioso, Ari
zona; List 3-1980. The Wi, of E
of SE of NE the of SE
iof NE i, the sEi of NEi of SW
i of NEi, the Eh of SEi of SV
of NE . the W4 of E of NEi
of SEi, the of NEi of SEi,
the M of Ei of NWi of SEi, the
m ot.m of SEi of SEi, the W
of SEi of SEi, the E3 of NEi of
SWi of SEi, the M of SEi of S
Wi of SEi, Sec. 23, the W of E
h of NE3 of NEi. the Wi of NE
i .of NE, the FA of NE of N
Wi of NEi, the m of SEi of NW
i of NEi, and the SW df SE
of NWi or NEi, Sec 26, T. 8N.
R. 29 E., containing 160 acres,
application of George W. Frye,
Spcingerville, Ariz., List 3-3992.
.Approved, December 19, J912,
S. V. Prpudfit, Assistant Commis
sioner of the General Land Office.
LIVE STOCK BRANDS
FOR INFORMATION AND BENEFIT OF
THE APACHE COUNTY STOCKMEN
C. C. NAEGLE
as in cut.
Owns the following, cattle brands:
-Non left hip, ZQ on right ribs.
Also have cha'Ke of the follow
$3 on left hip of cattle, and CK
on left hip of cattle, GeN on
left ribs of cattle and left hip
Range: North slope White Mts
PoSTOFFiCB: Concho, Arizona.
D. E. (BUD) HOWELL
as in cut.
as in cut.
Earmark as follows:
RANGE: North and South
Banks Puerco River, Apache Co.
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Scrip suitable for surveyed or unsurveyed lands.
By use of Scrip you can accomplish in one day what
requires 5 years under the homestead laws. prich
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