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THE WILLIAMS NEWS
7 Territorial Mining News Of General Interest Cleaned From Oxir Exchanges A contract to drive the tunnel on the Priinroee 100 feet has been let to John Connors. The breast of the tunnel is now in good ore and the prospects for a good mine are far brighter than at any time in its history. Kingman Miner. The New Comstock mine is show ing up wonderful ore. In the drifts from the bottom of the shaft there seems to be no end to the ore and as yet no walls have been found The manager, S.C. Bagg, is jubilat ing over his big bonanza. King man Miner. Don Michelon was in from Oro (irande several times this week and reports work progressing nicel. Manager Upton will return on or about the 16th. The main shaft is now down 300 feet and the drifts of that level started in good shape. Wickenburg News-Herald. J. Y. Burson was in from the Homestake mine on Wednesday and reports that he is still sinking on his DroDertv and meetine with very good results, being down now about 660 feet on the incline shaft, being about 500 feet vertical depth. Wickenburg News-Herald. Jack Hanlon, the genial superin tendent of Crown Point mine, was in town Thursday on his way to Phoenix. Jack reports active work now and that they will be able to run the mill continuously shortly, as they have their water supply adjusted. Wickenburg News-Herald. The machinery for the Blue Dick smelter, consisting of a 40-ton jack et, two gasoline engines, blowers, etc, has been shipped and is ex pected to arrive in Prescott now any day. The Blue Dick has on the dumps 400 tons of ore, valued at $ 30 per ton, ready for treatment. Prescott Prospect. On . Monday a force of men will go to work on the property of the Oro Cobre Mines company at Gold field. Good miners who have ex amined this property say that it is sure to develop into a large and profitable mine. The company is in shape to do considerable devel opment and expect within the next few months to have ore enough in eight to justify putting in a milling plant. Tempe News. John W. Z. Earle left for the Val Verde, Yavapai county, Saturday where he has a situation as assis tant superintendent of the Val Verde Copper company. Globe Times. The rich ore body in the C. O. D. mine has increased from three to four feet and yet retains its rich ness. The ore is ruby and native silver. Through the big" ledge there is considerable of this ore as well and assorters are at work dressing it up for market. Kingman Miner. At the Grand Prize mine, in the Green Valley mining district, near Payson, grading for the smelter is in progress. A sixty-ton water jacket furnace is now on the way from Flagstaff. Timber is arriving and buildings going up. A small force is at work in the mine, to be increased later. Globe Silver Belt. Several parties are fitting out to do a little deep determined pros pecting around the head of Gold Gulch. Perhaps $150,000 have been taken out of the gulch in placer, the gold running as high as $ 100 to the nugget. It does not bear the appearance of having trav eled far, and they believe there is a good chance to pick up the mother ledge about the head of the gulch. Globe Times. Harry Morse, the well-known mining expert, Drought in some rich specimens of cold rock last Monday from a point up the river, and the ore is now on exhibition at Shanssey's. Harry roasted some of the ore, bringing the free gold plen tifully into sight and demonstrat ing that it is very rich. He is hav ing an assay made and is positive it will go hundreds of dollars to the ton. The ore carries a small per cent of copper. Harry stum bled onto the ledge while experting some properties for a San Fran cisco mining syndicate. The find is located twenty-five miles up the Colorado river on the Arizona side and about a mile from the old sheep camp. Five claims covering the discovery have been made by Harry Morse and II. II. McPhaul, whose intention is to shortly begin work to ascertain the extent of the ledge and value of the property. The ledge shows fully six feet in width and has already JfePn traced a distance of several) f?d t"" Yuma Sentinel. ' f t " ine .unitea Verde company is making many costy improvements in its plant. They now have five 250-ton water jackets, and are pre paring to put in a 500-ton jacket. It is thought that the new jacket will be ready to be put in this falL Jerome Reporter. Oldest Bank te Northern AriMU FatihH.ha.1. I7I The off Arizona Central Bank of Flagstaff, Arizona Pays Interest on Time Deposits Sells Exchange on Foreign Countries Transmits Money by Telegraph T. E. Pollock , T. J. Pollock. President Vice-President C. H. Edwwi. C. O. Robison, Cashier Asst. Cashier II. II. Watkiks. Art.. Kinirman, Arizona. M. Prut, Mgr., Williams, Arizona. GOOD nusic EVERY EVENING YOURS FOR THE BEST "THE CLUB" HARRY niNER. Proprietor j j NEW HOUSE ,jC NEW FURNISH IN OS ' Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars H. E. 1840. Land Ofllce at Prescott. Arizona. August 2, 1M. Notice Is hereby rinn that the following; named setUer has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before U. 8 Court Commissioner at Williams, Arizona, on October 28, 1901, Tli : Henry J. Sellers, of Williams, Arizona, for the lots 1 and 2 and a ne sec 2, tp. 20 n. r. 4 e. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, vis: Ocorge Raney, John Moore, Geo. J. Robinson and John A. Freeman, all of Williams, Arizona. FREDERICK A. TRTTLB J a.. Register. First publication September 21. 1901. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Lastd Omci ar Pbbscott, Abizoma, August 22, 1901. Notice Is hereby riven that the following. named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before United States Court Commissioner, at Williams. Ari zona, on October s, 1901. vis: Patrick E. Holli bao, of Coconino county. Arizona, for the s. L i. and s. Lf sw. l-i. sec 18, two. 22. n. r. 6 e. Be names the following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence upon, and cultivation of. said land, vl r fa Wales, of Rhodes, Art- rij-"Rhodes, Arizona: Jerry "jzon; John McLaugh J-RITTLE, J,, j.'"" Register, a August 24, 1901. Joe ru Murpbver To Intro duce oar Goods... A pair of these spurs, hand-made and coin-silver Inlaid, as shown, sent free of postage on receipt of Sg.OO. Send for our catalogue and buy direct. CALIFORNIA BIT AND SPUR CO.. Hand-Made Bits. Spars. Bridles. Etc, Saw FftAMciaco. UL. NOTICE. Notice Is hereby riven. That no party, or part ies have any right to sell, trade, or in any other way dispose of any property, horses, mules, etc, branded, or belonging 10 me. in Arizona Terri tory, without sale or trade being O. K'd. bv me. Sanford Rowe, or Flora K. Kje. my wife; and all transactions that may have been made an Illegal and will not be allowed. AU parties do ing otherwise, do so at their peril. Sahfokd Rows, Can tenement, Oklahoma Ter. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION or THE NATIONAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. Know all Mid by These Pbkskkts: That we. the undersigned, a majority of whom are citizens and residents of the state of Califor nia, have this dajr voluntarily associated our selves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the state of Cali fornia. And we hereby certify. First. That the name of the said corporation shall be National Building and Loan Association. Second, That the purposes for which It I formed are to assist Its members In saving and Investing money. In buying and improving real estate and In procuring money for other purposes by loaning, or advancing under the Mutual Building society plan to such of them as may desire to anticipate the ultimate value of their shares, funds accumulated from the monthly contribution of its stockholders. The receiving of money on deposit and also such other funds as may from time to timecome into its bands, and loaning the same and doing all other acts as authorized by law under Title XVI. Part IV. Div. I, of the Civil Code of Cali fornia. Third. That the place where the principal place of said corporation is to be transacted is the city of Los Angeles in the state of California. Fourth. That the term for which said corpo ration is to exist is fifty years from and alter the date of Its Incorporation. Fifth. That the number of directors or trustees of said corporation shall be five, and that the names and residences of the director or trustees, who are appointed for the first year, and to serve until the election and quali fication of such officers, are as follows, to-wit : F. C. Howes. Los Angeles, California; W. c. Cochran. Los Angeles, California; J no. C. Hyram, Los Angeles, California: Sara'l B. Hunt, Los Angeles. California; J as. K. Boal. Los Angeles. California. Sixth. That the amount of the capital stock of said corporation shall be sixty million tft uo.uuo.OU) aollars.and the nubmer of shares it if divided is six hundred thousand of the pa value of one hundred (910O.UU) dollars each. Seventh. That the amount of said capital stock which hss been actually sutiacribed i fifty thousand dollars, and the following are the names of the persons by whom the same ha been subscribed, to-wit : hames or Sussex IB CBS F. C. Howes W. O. Cochran J. C. Bvram Sam'l B. Hunt J as. R. Boal AMOrWT .SlU.UKJ.U' .. 10.0H0.0U .. 10.0OU.Ul . lO.t0.0l .. 10.UO0.Ui In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands snd seals this eighteenth day of June. A. D. 1889. Signed and sealed In the presence of J. C. uiiver. MO. SHAKES loo loo . I'M) 1W 1O0 F. C. Howes W. O. COCMKAK John c. By bam Kami-el B. Hunt J as. R. Boal Seal) Seal seal1 HEAL' .Seal' STATE OF CALIFORNIA. I City and County of Los Angeles. On this eighteenth dav of June. In the voar A. D. one thousand, eight hundred and eigbty- u.iiv, uiv, . v. uiirrr, m notary puoiic in and tor said Los Angeles county, Dersonallv id- peared F. C. Howes. W. O. Cochran, John C. Byram. Samuel B. Hunt and Jamea R B0.1 known tome to be the neranna whoaa mu are subscribed to and who executed the within Instrument, and acknowledged to ram ih,i t h executed the same. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set mv hand and affixed my official seal the day and year last above written. lEALJ j. c. OLrVKE. Notary Public The name Of the National Rnllrilnv ana I .nan Association, of Los Antrelea. California, wa changed to State Mutual Building and Loan Association, of Los Angeles. California, August 3d, 1M9A, by order and decree of the superior court of Los Angeles, state of California. First publication, August 17, 1901.