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W. MORRIS of Pony, Madison . county, is one of the prominent men of the state, lie knows all about mines, mills and everything that goes with them. He has practically spent his life among them and, possessing a natural liking for the mining and milling business, took as kindly to it as a duck to water. Mr. Morris is one of the men who owned the Boss Tweed and Clipper groulp of claims near Pony and a better gold property does not lay within the confines of that district. He and his associates had unlimited confidence in the veins of the claims from the time of discovery and spent their money freely in opening their up. Several months ago they sold the W. W. MORRIS. whole group to Ttutte men and realized a very good sout of money front it. The purchasers built a tio stamp mill for the pturpose of treatilg the ore f the Iroperty, tbut it is not yet in operattioln. A report tas (ctcivei l front that sit tion ,tday to the ellfet that the few .on fh'e till in a short ti.me and, that the stat p, l , oi tld then I,(c unlatcIhd. 'lIe ltss ITNee and C lilppelr tmines are itc'in dIevelop ri hit al,,ong and hcht.le the mill is re.,ly (fr I us-it,.s there will le no dantter oi t r t-ppage ofl account of a shlortage of w.te. It is ail d that th re aire thouisads of tonl of good rock in sight in the prop|rt% .aul o mote is being sho t,\ tip ,veery taiv. h cmill o a, n ith, in a.y Ihtail t and iill ,douth-l, saie, the g lhI to a high pere nta,. \\ hen it i in running order And turnin . ot the "cllow stulff, M r. Morris can 1,k tupon its achievelments "tith considtc raile pcrsoicll pride, a;s he is practically i the fathi tr cif the th le in. terlrise. .lr. iMorris is in Tlc te todlay i connsul tatiotn with lcal mining men withl regard to flrtlhr development of t the di- trict in ,which hc is intcrcste d. PARK COUNTY MINING INDUSTRY ON THE BOOM New Company, With Capital Stock of $1,250.000, Incorporated to Develop the Chlimax Group. To II. I. \Miller the (limax .roicip was'ti trantcc, rr l laitt week. 'The transtfer, we are told. c.st simply preliminary to the or g;ucatiiin of a conltay with an author ized stock of $ .35o.tcot, says the Yellcw stoulne IiPark W\andterer. Cotltiderdie dcvle loiv(nt it ourk has lieti done on somie of thelse claims lduring the past twco months. ihere is a tunnel on the C(limax Exte.icttn n 5o feet in length, anid there has ieen work of a like nature onc ste of tie othler claims to a total value of something like $3,0oit Th'( incirporators of the proposed com pany are 'Chicago, Salt L.ake, Sipokane and Livintgston parties, and as sotit as they get thle ecessary l,,pecrs in shape landil the cot.tp;tny becotmes an actiuality, develop. mieat work will be pushed on a large scale. Attorney M.iller left for Spokane, says the l.itingsto 'i Po.t, on business coi nctedl with the matter, anld as soon as Ihe returns it is likely that the papers still ibe filedl. 'The promoters of this new entetrprise are encouraged in their insestmenct by the fact that the hear Gulch company is noew o a paying iasis and will declare its first diviidend thle first of July. The dividend w ill le 2 per cent and after thle new stamp mill and cyanide are inI operation it is expected that the dlividlcnd oft 2 per cent will cione riegularly and that in all probablility it will ie increasied. 'lhe comclany Ictis s,.tpt'cdit fully $Sitoi.o ic detelotmiect work and nearly all of YELLEK DOCTORS Cure II ehronic Diseases of Men and Women. N. E. Corner Broadway and Montana Streets. Largey Lumber Co. All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber Estimates from plans cheerfully given. Spe cial attention to mill work of all kinds. We , solicit your trade.~A.,t. Telephone 547. Office and Yards, Iron Street, East of Arizona St., Butte. this money has come out of the mine itself. This being the situation, it is small wonder that there are other capitalists ready to risk their money in the Sheep eater district, and the new company in prospect will be strong enough financially to follow in the lead of the Bear Gutch company and will doubtless have the samte success. The cyanide plant to be installed by the Bear Gulch company hals but recently been decided upon, srmd it will ibe a great help in saving all the values in the ore. The foundation for the new 4o-stamnp mill has been nearly completed and th work there on is being pushed with vigor. The Iear Gulch company is the first mining concern in Park county to get on a Ipermlanent profitable basis, and it may be expected that following in their wake will conic many other Irosperous mining concerns, for now that the value of Park county mining property has been so satisfactorily denonstrated there will hre no lack of capital for development work. There is a bright future dawning for the mining industry of Park county. STRIKE RICH VEIN OF ORE WHILE SU1RVEYING Granite County Men Dig Into Copper Silver Rock Which Promises to Pay Very Well. It is noit often that a rich delposit or vein of ore is struck hv accident, but it happens once in a whilhe. In (;rallite county a few days ago ('lm J. Me(.s and (Charles J. I)onyes, tile latter being thie county surveyor of Granite, be gan su.rveying some agricultural land and while engaged in the work ran across a vein of cppller-silver ore. The croppings were very wide, but le lieving that the stnallhr edge was on the surface, they pro cured tools, sunk a hole a few feet deep and soon had a three-fo.t vein, The ledge is in granite and dips into the hill. From indications they have a good mine. Slhortly after imaking the discovery and ascertaining what they had they staked three claimts and aIs soon as the) finish the hay land survey will do somell more dlevelopment work on the vein. The ore hlas been teste ld and founl to bIe good. So far as known no prospecting has ever lten dlonti- in that sectlioi. but from now oil the district will lprolbably receive the attlln tion of prospectors and minling men. llles Ililderhraud l ;id John D1eitch have taken hold of the Iattic Fergluson claim on Cataract cre ek, Jefferson colltyv, andiI will develop it. 'I lhere is some ,re in the iins and it will he shippedl as soon as pnssihle. 'I hlie vein is g ld-learing iand rich tenough to pay hinIlsonte returns. NAME DELEGATES TO, THE MINING CONGRESS Savannah, Ga., and Carlisle, Pa., Send in List of Representatives at Great Meeting. Irwin Mahon, secretary of the Inter national Mining Congress, has been noti fcld by the secretaries of the boards of trade of Savannah, Georgia, and of 'arlisle, Penn., that they will send dele gates to the session of the congress next Septcmier. hlie gentlemn.ten to come to Butte are: Savannah-1). G. Purse. T. II. McMillan, J. F. C. Myers, 1.. E. Chalenor and W. A. Bishee. Carlisle-John l.indner, E. J. G;ardner, Alonzo Bereford, G. F. Becbe and John \V. Plank. (lining Notes. Citizens of Bannack want someone with money to take hold of the property of the \\'estern Miing Enterprise company, which it is said cbonsists of several good gold-producing claims and a o2-statmp mill. The properly is located near Bannack Sttaverheald couIInty. .Joh J. TIroughall, for many years an operator of mines in this city, has been ap pointe supllerintendent of the Daly-Judge mine in U'tah. lie will take charge of the propecrty July 15. The Daly-Judge adjoins the I) aly \Vest and is considered one of the best mines in Utah. Reports from BIannack are to the effect that the owners of the Polaris mine expect to sell the property to a New York cott pany int a short time. The price set upon the property has not been made public, but it is likely to be a good one, as the plroperty is considered valuable. Two nugge ts, valued at $40 each, were foind in the diggings of French gulch, IHeaverhead county, last week. The placer claim from which they were taken is ownedtl by ;eorge and Anllthony French of Dillon. Many smalhler nuggets were also found. It is said that the gravel is yield ing about $50 per day. Work at the Swansea mine in Utah has leen suspentmhd and there it is not klowll whether it will ever be resumedl. The miine Itis yithlled $ii.,ooho inl dividendls and there is a vast quanaltity of ore still in eight in the plroperty, iut it is silver ore and with the low price of that metal, high smelter charges and a stiff freight rate oil tilhe output, thie Iiowneirs of tihe prop erty were forced ,out of busi nss. The manager of the min says there is not less than t25,iou tons of ore in sight on the t,.,1i foot level iand that the v'ein is strong at that ipoint. In T0lo0 Arizona produced T i 5,.i3,3 1-,' lpoutls of cOlpper, the greatest outpult ie ing friomi the I'nited V\erde mine, ownecd by Senator Clark of this city. That pi.operty The Arizona company turi:lud out ti1i 0 ;,, 5116 poun1ds, the (lI, Domin.o 7,.155,'.00, the Detrouit co.mipany 10.7 ite,2' ;n-l ot, ,r minesl i n the territory 3.45 ,0oi . Thu tot;l ou11Il of .\rilona ill 10i0 was a1tbout as 1.t h as the Anaconda of this city. No ofilicial return has een made oion i oultput of the Anacondat for that year, but in tIi9 it aggregated 107.0111.,357 pounds. The output of the loston & Montana for 110o was 66,200. 00, and that of the hutte & hoston r l ,oo6. oo pounds. The Montana Ore Purchasing company is credited with one third as much as the Boston & Mon tana produced, the aggregate being 22,257, 563 pounds. The Butte Reduction Works, owned by Senator Clark, turned out 12, 455,7772 pounds, and the Colorado coin pany 71,453,940. ELKS PREPARE TO DO THINGS RIGHT VISITORS TO BE HANDLED SYSTEM ATICALLY AT COMING CONVEN TION AT SALT LAKE. WILL MEET DELEGATES AT DEPOT ON ARRIVAL Everybody Will Have a Place to Stray and a Guide to Show Him to It-Grand Exalted Ruler Pickett Is to Have a Guard of Honor During Entire Con vention. Elaborate preparations have beetn ~iade by the Elks of Salt Lake to rCceive'@isit ors during the Grand Lodge meeini in th;t city. Accormmrodations will be pro vided for brother Elks before they arrive in the city. IEach stranger will be armed with na ticket when he arrives giving the Hildress of his lodgings and other direc tions. 'These tickets will be sent.to the local clubs in other cities for distribution. The city has been divided in five sec tions, each being designated by a let ter. The central section will lie known as district A. The other four will be those portionis of Salt Lake directly northeast, northwest. southeast and southwest of lTempille slurare. Each block in the city has a numrber. (pposite each numlber is tile addrest of .the house in that particular block w cre guests can be accommodated, including the nantme of the landlord. nilmber of rooms, whether with or rithout board, and the rate per day. Agents to Meet Visitors. At hcadlrtarters these five general di visions are divided tip into tally sheets. Two agents of the lodge will meet each incoming train upon which it is k wnt there will be strangers to the convene on. They will thoroughly canvass the t ~in, providing lodging for those who havejnot previously procured them. Each visitor will lie impressed with the impossibility of attemplting to secure accommnodations dther reaching the city. The tally sheets the agents will carry with them will eoARain a long list of accommodations for rich and poor alike. After the train has been can. vassed the agents will drop off at the hext station and wire to headquarters the ac commodations which have been disposel1 of. These will Ibe checked off the train tally sheets. By that method it will be possile, at any hour of the day or nlght, to tell exactly what rooms have been rented and those still at the disposa of the committee. The luggage checks will he taken romt the visitors, and a receipt given him for the same. Ilis checks will be turned over to the proper parties at the depot, and as soon as possible after the arrival of the train the trunks, valises, etc., will be taken to the lodgings of the visitor. Meet Delegates With Band. Cormmittees have been appointed wýnse sole duty it will be to receive the dele gations upon their arrival at the 4two depots. Each committee has been as signed a certain shift for specific days. Besides them, it is anticipated there will be large numters of Elks at the stations to assist in giving the strangers the "glad hand." As each delegation arrives it will be the duty of the reception committee on that shift to form therm into line, place a band at their head and start them up town, that the station may Ibe cleared before the next train arrives. After the deputation has been paraded to its headquarters, the banld will return to the depot ready to per rm similar services for other contingents.| The whole idea has been so care$lly planned ad rmapped out, that if thosl in charge carry out to the letter the tisttruc tions to be given them, congestion at the depots will be impossible, and each stranger, before he reaches the city, If he has not previously made arrangements for roomn and hoard, will be supplied with ac commodations according to his means. Will Have Guard of Honor. Promt the titme the grand exalted ruler, C. IE. Pickett of Waterloo, Ia., arrives in thie city, and until his successor has been elected and installed, he will have a guard of honor withl him every minute of tihe day or night, excepting during the sbs(ons of the grand loldge. This will be tit first time i thie history of that august as semlrrly that such an honor has been shown the highest officer of the order. The chief function of the guard will bIe to see that t;rand Exalted Ruler Pickett is promptly on halnd at thie different pIlaces where re eceptiOns or entertairnments will be given in his honor. At previous grand lodges plans arrangerd by the local committees have gone wrong biecause there was not the proper escort to see that the dis tiRnguislrhedl guRest was at designrated places at thie specified time. Those little an noyances and vexations are hoped to bIe avoidedl by the Salt Lake Elks. Special Excursion Train. Leaves Montana Union depot at 8:3o a. m., Sunday for .'ipestone Springs, Whitehall, Twin Bridges and Alder, re turnin leaves Alder at 6:oo p. m. Rates am follows: ,.tte to PFipestone and return .....$t.oo Butte to Vihitehall anid return. . .So Butte to Twin Bridges and return... f.So Butte to Alder and return...... , 4.0oo Nothing 4ucceeda Like Success. The managemenlts and cl;ents, both, are getting such comuplete arnd satisfactory results through leaving their cases in the Owsley block with thur Ilnternational Detec tive agency, that new cases are beitng tendered thie olrice mnanagenet that form erly wass thorghtt to be too difficult to trace. Hut tir 'success of so rmanly eases has been reported to friends by friends that each day brings new and extensive operatio a to rundertake and redutlce to a position where onlly exlrerience and judgment could posai bily obltain the result asked for. Rooms an 22, Owsley bilock, Butte, Montana. * Burlington Route Excursions. 1)ate of :,ale July 4, 5 and 6. Omaha and return ........ .... $34.5 St. Joseph and return ......... 34.50 Kansas City and return .. ..... 34.50 Three routes East: Via Billings, via Denver, via St. Paul. For further information apply 35 East Broadway, Butte, Montana. H. F. RUGER, Agent. Sg Thousands of Sunhallenpeable Iwoofs of cues sent sealed on applilation. *tolou Y t booI l loktg 5 sro• y 1 h b o "761 an oi sa o M d in 1 85 on pI The weather has been very cold and we have not sold the usual number of LIGHT HARNESS And will cut the prices to reduce the stock. J. N. NEVILLS ee. 106 Eg Park Street. Phone 6866 Butte, Montana. MITCHELL & TURNER Office 1o3 East Broadway. Phone, 217. Agents for: Worthington & Deane pumps, Sullivan Machinery Co., Jeffrey mf' g Co., Phoenix Iron Works Co., Hen drie & Bolthoff Co.; Laidlow-Dunn-Gor don Co., A. Leschen & Sons Rope Co., Keystone D)rillinig Co. We carry in stock a full line of boilers, pumps, drills, etc. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS MINING APPLICATION NO. 4527. Jnited State- Land Office, Helena, Mont., May 24, 190s. Notice is hereby given that John N. Kirk, Donat Dorais and Samuel D. Sum. walt, whose postoffice addresses are Butte, Montana, and Martin Johnson, whots postoffice address is Laurin, Mon tana, have this day filed their application for a patent for 20os.I linear feet of the Frenchman No. 2 lode mine or vein, bear Ing gold, silver and other precious metals, with surface ground 6oo feet in width, situated in Summit valley (unorganized) Mining district, county of . Silver Bow, state of Montana, and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office as Survey No. 6518, in Town ship 3 north, Range 8 west, of Montana meridian, said Survey No. 6518 being de scribed as follows, to-wit: Beginning at Corner No. t, a point on the west end line of Survey No. 1413, and the sixth course of Survey No. 357a, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of earth alongside, and marked i-6518 for Corner No. i, from which the s'utheast corner of Section i:, Township 3 north, Range 8 west, bears south 4a degrees 33 minutes east :752a. feet, and running thence south 60o degrees. o6 min. utes west sos05. feet; thence north 23 degrees 30 minutes west 587.7 feet; thence north 60o degrees o6 minutes east *aos.r feet; thence south 23 degrees 30 minutes east 587.7 feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of :6.:6 acres, of which 6.95 acres are in conflict with Sur vey Nos. 3391 and 3572, not claimed, leaving 9.a1 acres claimed by the ablve named applicants, of which 4.06 acres are in conflict with Survey No. 5151, inclu sive of o.o03 acres in conflict with Survey No. 3450. The location of this claim is of record In the recorder's office of Silver Bow county, state of Montana, in Book "O" of Lode Locations, page 39 The adjoining claims to these premises are: Survey No. S5:5, Bordeaux Lode, and Survey No. 3450, Lulu B Lole, on the north, Survey No. 1413, Manseville Lode, Lot 378 on the east, and Survey No. 339a, Terrace Lode and Survey No. 3572, Rival Lode, on the south. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Frenchman No. a Lode Mining claim, or surface ground, are required to file their adverse claims with the register of the United States Land Office at Helena, Montana, during the sixty days' period of publication thereof, or they will be barred by the provisions of the statute. GEORGE D. GREENE, Register. First publication May 2y, 90oa.) MINING APPLICATION NO 4533. United States Land Office. Helena, Montana, June 5, 19o2. Notice is hereby given that Joseph Wey. erhorst, whose postoffice address is Butte, Montana, has this day filed his application for a patent for 1,5oo linear feet, being 388 feet westerly and i,ila feet easterly from discovery sholt of the Philadelphia Lode mining claim, upon which a notice of in tention to apply for a patent was posted on the c8tli day of May, 190o, situated in Summit Valley, unorganized, mining dis trict, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, designated as survey , o. 6519, In Town. ship 3 north, of Range 7 west, being more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the northwest corner, a point in the east end line of Survey No. 50o49, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of earth alongside, and marked 1-6519 for Corner No. t, from which the i%/ section corner on the north boundary of Section no, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears north 76 degrees a9 minutes, 45 sec onds west, 8,29.2a feet; and running thence south 6 degrees 45 minutes east, 45o feet; thence north 8: degrees 45 minutet' east, ~29 feet; thence north 80o degrees so min utes east, :272.5 feet; thence north 6 de. grees 45 minutes west, 425 feet; thence south 8: degrees 38 minutes west r,5oo feet to the place of beginning, .*'ntaining an area of 15.14 acres, of which o.3j acres are in conflict with the Annie Batten lode, una trveyed, not elairr.c,, leaving 24.82 acres claimed by the above named appli cant. The location of this claim Is of record in the recorder's office of Silver Bow county, state of Montana, in Bcok "S" of Lode Locations, on Page 13. The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. 4129, Narrow Gauge placer on the south; the Annie Batten Lode, unsurveyed, on the southwest; Sur vey No. 50o49, Henrietta Lode on the west. GEOIGE D. GREENE, Rcglster. SAMUEL BARKER, JR., Attorney for Applicant. (First Publication June 6, oomz.) MINING APPLICATION NO. 453,* U. S. Land Office, Helena, Montana, June 3a. 1oon. Notice is hereby given that Darby Hast. sgqs and John L. Neenan, whose post of6ce address is Butte, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent for 1,368.3 linear feet, being 300 feet westerly and I,o68.a feet easterly from discovery shaft of the Dasie Lode Mining Claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 17th day of February, A. D. ipoa situated in Inde pendence, unorganized, Mining District, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, designated as Survey No. 6524, in Town ship 3 north, of Range 8 west, and being more particularly depaibed as follows: Beginning at the nor thwest corner, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of earth and stone alongside, and marked 1-6524, for Corner No. 1, from which the quarter Section Corner between Sections 23 and a6, Towns.lp 3 north, Range 8 west, bears north o degrees 31 minutes east, 922.6 feet, and running thence south 78 degrees 46 minutes east 1356.1 feet; thence south o degrees 16 minutes east, 6oa feet; thence north 76 degrees a6 minutes west, 1368.a feet; thence north o degree :6 minutes west, 545.2 feet to the place of beginning, con taining an area of 17.50 acres, of which 1.39 acres are in conflict with Survey No. 3064, inclusive of 1.aa acres in conflict with Survey No. 38a1, not claimed, leav ing :6.i: acres claimed, of which z6.o6 acres are in conflict with Survey No. 38x1, exclusive of Survey No. 3064, and inclu sive of 9.86 acres In conflict with Survey No. 3863. The location of this Claim is of record in the Recorder's office of Silver Bow county, Montana, in Book "P," on Page 473 of lode locations. The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. 3064, Aurora Borealis lode, on the' north, Survey No. 2826, 1119 placer, Lot 598 on the east. GEORGE D. GREENE, Register. (First Publication June 13. 1902.) MINING APPLICATION NO. 4529. United States Lane. Office, Helena, Mon tana, June 3, 1902. Notice is hereby given that Charles C. Rueger and Louis Demars whose post office address is Butte, Silver Bow coun ty, Montana, have this day filed an ap plication for a patent for 7,451 linear feet, the same being for 413 feet in a westerly and I,o39 feet in an easterly direction from the point of discovery on the Wedge lode mining claim situated in Summit valley (unorganized) mining district, Sil ecr Bow county, Montana, the position~ course, and extent, of the said mining claim, designated by an official survey thereof, as Survey No. 6,533, Township No. 3 north, Range No. 7 west, a notice of which was posted on the claim on the 23d day of May, 1902, and bein more particularly set forth and described in the official field notes and plats thereof on file in this office as follows, wu-wit: Beginning at the southwest corner, a granite stone, 8x1oxro inches, i6 inches deep, marked i-65.3 for corner No. i, from whence the northeast corner to sec tion 7, fractional township 3, north range 7 west, bears south 6 degrees 47 minutes east, 7,728 feet and runnirig thence north 1a degrees 50o minutes east, 347 feet to the northeast corner No. a, thecee south 73 degrees 45 minutes east, 7,450.5 feet to the nertheast corner No. 3, thence south ma degrees 50o minutes west, 423 feet to throe outia te N.4 , theses north a inegrs 4 minutes west tl,47 fe to rner No. t and place of beilnn1, .01 f.tinng sn are of ,So acsores, excldin so. acres in Soraty No. a.h8I.-at6 an4 s.40e, leaving a net area of a.t acres a a the above named applicants The location of this nal. i recrd4 n the ofnee of the recorder of Si ow count, on page. sy7 in Book B o The onl adjoining claim is on the earn survey No. 4,o3y,Vorest Rose lod, GEOREd D. GREENR,, William O. SIeeaicant JOS. H. HARPER. F. nited States Claim Agent. First pub.ication June 4, tool. :IINING APPLICATION NO. 411p. United mates Land Offe Hm elens, Montas. Ma s, tons Nte i hereby given that Henry at mit, and Jon F. ~Nettle, the heirs f Wlllam T. Lewis, deceased, and WillaUm B. Thompson, whose stomrd addre isa utt Mon have tale day nied their applteatnlo for e patent for 14.r linear feet, be ft arth esterly and se.L test southwesteYnr l from Meover shaft of the Big Timber retion m.0de b .anint claim, upon which a notice el intenttim to tanly for a patent was poste o1, unorganised mining district Silver owt countt, esnte of Montana designated as our. also the point of interseetloigt the west end line of Survey No. o ct and the tird course of Survey Nlo. tLoA, granite ttone set in the ground with a mound of earth alongside and marked 1a.Se for corner No. s, from which he outhet corner of Section c Township nortm, Range west bears north, pt degrees at minutes h O seconds east 444 feett and run. ning thence north 74 degrees ty mirutee wese -Se feet; thence south it degrees ro minutes west 395 fseti thence southe itdeurees minutes east rt3.5 feeSt thence south r4 de. _rees Iy minutes east 334 feet; thence no.th as degree s op minutes west 35.5 feet to the plaee of be inning, containing an area of uea at-rse N-o. hih 3.0o acres are n onflict with Surety No.so. m, not claimed, leaving J.3 a eets claimed by the above named epplicants. The locatlon of this claim is of record in the county recorder'. office of Silver Bow .ountyn Montana, in lUool "K," of lode locations cm Pyae 313 The adjoinnl i laims to threse premises are. on the northwest Survey No. soAG; Big Tim. her lode on the east, burvey No. 3o8 Clile lode. and on the touth Survey A%. 446o, Blue Bird lode. GEORGE D. GREENE, SAMUEL DARKER. Register. Attorney 'or Applicants. (First Publication May s, atos.) MI4 i..G APPLICATION NO. 45t. United States Land Office. Helena. Montsna, Mday I, ago,. Notice :e hereby given that Arthur Smith and John F. Nettle, whorse postorac address is Butte, Montana, have this. day Sled their application for a patent for s9gy. linear feet, being 4o feet easutcrly and ... feet westerly from the point of discovery in cut of the Decaur Fraction Lode Mining claim, upon which a notice ot Intention to apply for a patent was posted on the sed day of April, A. D., z e, situated in unorganized minlln district, Silver Bow county state of Montana, dscignated as Survey No..61sy. in Township , tsrly decrribed as folktwe, a owit: BgInnin at the southwest corner, a poInlt in the north side line of Survey No. 6.aj, a granite atone set in the ground, with a mound of earth tand toe alongside an marked -617y for Lorner No. i, from which the 34 section corner on the rsouth boundary of Section y, Townsnhio 3 north, Range p west bears south 59 derecs 38 minutes vest ao,aos.8 feet, and running the:iee north f4 degrees 3o minuter s east ..s feet; the-se north 8 degrees os minutes west cS.5 feet thence south 76 degrees 3o minutes west cgs. feet; thence south 8 degrees o minutes cus 98.5 feet to the place of beginning, containini an area of .66 eres, of which o.33 acres are in conflict with Survey Nr. eag$ not claimed leaving u3S acres claimed oy t'.e abovenamed T'he location of this claim Is of record in the recorder's office of S lyeor ow county, state oe jvontana, in Book "U of lode locatlons, om a jolning claimr to these premiss are urvey No. 3353, Scottish chief Lodo, ontthe east, and Surv'ey No. 6t53 uife Lode, on te South. GEORGE D. GREENE, SAMUEL BARKER JR., Register. Attore ,ryf" Applicants. (First Publication May a, g9e.) MINING APPLICATION NO. 452. United States Land Ofice, Helena, Montana, May ap, spno Notice is hereby given that the Leo Mining & Milling company, a corporation existing under the laws of hbe state of Montana, by Alfred B. Rombauer, its agent, Whose post. office address is Butte, Montana has this day Sled its dppleati on for a patent for z.ng linear feet, being oe test westerly and ga feet east. erly from discovtey shaft of the Maud C. Lode Mining claim, upon wiict a notice of inten. tion to apply for a patent was posted on the eath day of May, A. D. 90ia situated in an unorganized mining district. Jefferson count. state of Montana, designated as Survey No: 6a-., in 'T'ownshi 3, north of Range 7 west, bein more part1icularly described as follows: Beginning at the northeast corner, which Is also Corner No. j of Survey No. 3369, and a point in the west end line of Survey No. toa, a granite stone set in the grouna, witnessed by bearing trees, and marked -61aot for eorner No. r, from which the soatheast Corner of Section 4. Township 4 north, Range 7 west bears north 16 degrees 37 minutes west, 5737. feet, and running thence south 87 Aegrees west, 899 feet; thence north i degree o minm utes east, 2oo feet% thence south 87 degrees west, 333 feet; thence south z degree 3o min. utes west, 6oo feet; thence north 7y degrees 47 minutes east, ua56 feet; thence north r degree jo minutes east, 3uo feet to the Place of begin. ning. containing an area of z.S8 acres. of which .o acres ase in conflict with Survey No. e690, claimed by the above named applicant. The location of this claim is of record in the recorder's office of Jeferson county, state o Montana, in Uook 5 of Lode Locations, ol ahe adjoinin claim to these premises are Siurvey No. so, Monitor loie, lot 368 and Survey No. 3363, Syndicate lode on the north. and SuLvey io. lioa, Silver King ode, lot asj on the east. GEORGE D. GREENE, SAMUEL BARKER, JR., Register. Attorney for Applicant. (First Publication, May Jo, rOok.) MINING APPLICATION NO 4535. Ui.:ted States Land Office, Helena, Mon. tans, May s. inoa. Notice is hereby given that Henry Smith, James R. Thompson and Oliver J. McCoa* nell, whose postoffice address is Butte Mon. tena have this day flied their application fo a patent for 813.5 linear feet, being 8o fe westerly and 733.5 fee. easterly from the pol of discovery in tunnel of the Little Mississipp Lode lining claim, upon which a notice of intentinn to apply for a patent was posted on the 21d day of April, A. D. 19o0, sitlated In Summnit Valley, unolganized mining listri.t, Silver Bow Count, S tate of Montana, desig. nated as survey 0No. 6e66, in Town hip 3 north, Range 7 west, being more partit.larl-y described, as f'ollows, to-wltl Beginning at corner No. I, which is also corner No. a of survey No. 5759, corner No. 4 of survey No. a8i8 and corner No. p of surve No. g969, a granite stone set in thile groun with a mounn of stone alongside, and mark i.6566 for corner No. I, from which the north east corner of section 17, rownaship 3 north, Rangy 7 west, bears south Si degrees s minutes we;s 3953.3 feet, and running thnace north 53 decrees 45 minutes west, 338.5 feet thence south I1 degrees 15 minutes cast, 3et feet; thence south 73 degrees Ij minutes east, 750.5 feet; thence north il degrees ij minutes west, 0.6 feet; thence north 58 degrees is mm. atles west, fra.5 teet to the place of belginning, containinu an area of a.,t acres, of which o,a acres arein conflict with survey No. i36i, not claimed. leaving 1.69 acres claimed by the above niaed applicants. Tihe location of this claim is of record 'it the recorder's office of Silver Bow County State of AMontina, io Book "T, of Lod Locations, on rage 360. The aidjoininj claims to these prermises are, survey No. ssfg, i9,ttio Girl lode adi survey No. 5759. Rocky -olnt lode on the north survey No, s188, ,Ifonitor lode, lot 3o on ti nortieast; survey No. 136i, Sunlight lod 88 on the south; survey No. i94, Msil4 . aippi lode, lot 2 6 on the west. GeORWt; D. GREENE, SAMUEL BARKER JR., Rester Attorney for Anniicants. (First Publication May t, agoa.) .