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POWERFUL SCREWS CHURN WATER INTO FOAM
Albany Is Burning Up the Ocean on Her Way Down to the Scene of Hostilities--Washington Says Vessel is Only Sent to Convoy an American
Naval Officer Whom Bowen Desires as an Assistant, But a Smaller and Faster Vessel Would Have Been Sent, in That Case-.
British Sink Another Venezuelan Vessel, This Time in a Very Impolite Manner.
San iItt an, P. R.. l)tc. .c.--'rhe 'nited
St te' crtuiser Alhiint left Cutebhra under
high pered last niglht. and her destination
wlti the tl ic.t elf \atioT.. rtltumors
throtughoutl the' fleet.
The genetral Ieltf ciwa that "he ;as
lhound fir \eeniutel,. Aldmiral I )ewer and
the cother eflee r on l,:,d tht Mayflolewer
declined to aitnncounce the lIhany' desti
nati1on ,r e .xplaini her mission, but it was
asserted that the 1p.uti. rtg;ardintg the
, htrcstm , tlhi ;ldl lcy iulrlcII itt tI i teri ally
r!h f;lll that there h; ll lllilll ,f hnge
in the deciine to oend four hattle hipc
to I rtliad and a eruiser to I uratir a
sitgnthiitt. lt..e*e in the itniien of the
ai tthirnllci , llltllllg hals ,occ rred Io .iar
r..tml h;anlll e. \I the .a;le tilme the
Trinl;ol i tl't , el I to exert ;I -;llutiur .y
Ah.iial itiewe bas i ted an trilr ptl,
nilhcg fo.r the dit't tegt.irai tet if the' liet
and diri [tnt n the itarcnc prccpi t rn ' t
]in . - :ta, cty. tch r t, ice e sn ot v t i er,
he , l . ' t Iht t cu ~,'Is do i t livtrge
f' 'n u it t i ict c riry o' tie
w:.r"Iap, it I.I. holtdir Ku;,rwarL.e.
CASTRO'S REPLY TO THE GERMAN ULTIMATUM
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AMONG THE TOILERS
BIG INCREASE GRANTED
TO NORTHWESTERN MEN
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?5he Xmas Story of A
Watches jJ/.
Diamonds
A Jewelry
As told( fromL our shocaseis and windICow
displaysi is a veritable revelation to \oul..-ud
be buyers of holiday gifts. It' s as force
ful tand co\ inring as it possibly could be.
(Qualitics tlhat dlisarm criticis.ia, p1ric.s
that thie Cbest judges o(f 'value w illingly
pay, and goods in every instanice thei
newcest and prettiest.
hEe Tuttle Jewelry Co
Sign of the Always Right Time Street Clock. North Main Street.
Alaaimia. Mfa..sachusetts Iowa aiiu Scor
pio, Trinicudad IIliniii, Indiaa atd list,
St. lhroia. I'Texaa, s r,i'it-A- 'ictre, (;uad
aloup ( : tCititilnati atnd l{ajle, (Ciuracao
St: IOanciScro. (tilgori aitul Was, Maiya
Kttca ; Montgomery and Topeka, Ponce;. I'rlrr
I rlvrrriiiu Niarhville auirr MIachiiasi, St.
Kitty: Detrocit and Newarkrk Antigua;:
trairie. DrIjittin. .t'ainnla tu the flrotilla
If tyr,. titr lioan. All the vtetls will rc
ai'rinli ron the nImninrinrg of IDrcemiher io.
THIS SOUNDS AS IF
IT WERE A FISH TALE
\\ I ~iljitn, I)((. .n. '1l( [hi ':1 iidatrion
rith tint r-t of the iritnrr A~lbannn toi Ia
ninivrni. freiti hirh nilae heli in to returti
ilnitilt clitile tio her piisiurti, roarade here
that nlit i4 ton transrnnort a rnaval ofificer to
a"'it Mur. Itinnnrin in the r aiirknte of tnt
iii ciii. riiUerrs mo i ;I aica;i, III ii Iiei
iintri iii In tohe er thnat city.
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TO MAKE MEN STOCKHOLDERS
Arn",i (arni'itrr Associat- Co Ifon. Tin
cod itect Workc · H.,a 01;I,n.
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MEN ON THE PENSION LIST
Said Sweeping Reductions Are to be
Made on Union Pacific.
<a,,,dba. lke. .:. A' pariat l l i..t ol thm,+
\sh,, \\ill b l hr I(n int'd by. the I [nhn liel
illw{' alte ;r hu 1lr ")' I \\% s m11 ; eI Ill uhlir yt'.
ttrmhly, Ilht' li.+t, wxhit h is still incon
P . I t . iH.' . In ti; y.. nil.'ll p hil lnent Il
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alt phl be-lly' tr ige't'H I " ItiC te +.(l 11 ;l l'i(otl
the, retih' l 11-. Ati the t, hl uarteiiilh rs li
ade is to go into effect at midnight. I)e.
cemlber ao. IlThey are as follnw:
Several lday ago Milistier liowe'n asked
that somiiie one e .eiit to asist hini, anid
an oflicer was detailed fronl the lMarri-:
etta for the pliurpose tempiiolirarily. It was
sulgg(std to Admliral I)ewey that ihe isend
a tiitrtloe l oat destelroyer or othlier vessel
with Ia relief fir the otieer dilspatched
from tii he Marriltta, the last ilnamdi vessel
inot brieng abile to spaire ian iticer for a
long stay. Ahuiiral Itiewey was directed
to sylil a torpedmo-bIat lestronyr with the
naval attache. .eca.,e of the speed of
thlese vessels, ibut liit .hihbani y bliillm; avail
;ablel , it was dC'ied t ,o sani hIer. ih, bll 'ilng
a very fast cruiser. It ii tat-l, that Ino
signihtuiile tac i hes to the visiti of the
Allbay :lui that she will return toi hier
proller statllion when the dutyil is t.iot
Ileiit d.
GAVE HIM VERY LITTLE
TIME TO LEAVE VF.SSEL
( I t' i.aas, 1)ec. ,,. -\\ hen the filurmn
cruliser I h.ilk cap.;illrI. thie Vl en'l litI
schooner Victoria ylesterdl ii ih llitulf
of slarisi, il the c'iptaii ,I1 tih travel
was given 1n minutes to laIv'n his ship.
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Ilele a, .na, at , t ),e. I , lo. 2.
N.tice is her.chy given that Jlames I.
Ilepauli andl Fretd I.. I)epattli, whost e post
otlce address is Ihltte, Silver llow county,
Montana, have this tay filed an applica
tion for a patenit for I , t,.8 linear feect,
the saite ib, in for .16n, feet in a westerly
and 980.8 feet in an easterly direction
from .he point oi discivery on the Thel
mer ilepanli L.ode, and 40.5.1 feet. Ieing for
4 feet casterly and 4ol.3 feet westerly from
discovery on the litl;nah Lodle Mlining
Claim, sitlnted in Flouth 'of July (unor
ganized) Mining I)istritt, Jefferson county,
Montana, the : osititon, course, and extent,
of the said ;wining claim, designated by an
official survey thereof, as Survey Nos. 6677
6720, Flractional 'Township No. 3 north,
Range No. 7 west, a notice of which was
posted on the claim on the 21st dtly of
Nlovetmber, tg-o2, and being mnore particu
larly set forth and described in the olficial
field nottes and plat therleof otn tile in this
office, as follows, to-wit:
On the 'Thelmier I)epauli lod., beginning
at the northeast corner, a granlite stone,
5x12x6 inches above grountl, marked
t-6677 for Corner No. t, front which Ini
tial Poiit No. t, established for surveys
in the unsurveyed portion of Fractional
Township 3 north, Range 7 west, hears
north 1,1 degrees 34 mitinuttes 14 seconds
west, 4,:61.8 feIt ; and running tlhenlce
south 83 degrees 31 Ininttes west, 1465.3
feett to Corner No. 2; thellnce sutihlt 12 de
grees 45 minutes west. 407.5 feet to Corner
No. 3; thence south 88 degrees c minutes
cast, t-'23.6 feet, to Cornler No. 4; thence
north 76 degrees 23 minutes east, .312.,
feet to Corner No 5; thence north ma de
grees 45 minutes east, 5.8.5 feet to Corner
No t and place of beginn.ing, containing
an area of 16.1o acres, of which 1.34. acres
are in conflict with Survey Nos. 6544 and
6545 and not claimed, leaving a net area
of 14.76 acres claimed.
On the Hlannah L.ode, beginning at the
northwest corner, a granite stone, 6x8x6
inclhes above ground, marked 1-672o for
Corner No. I, from which Initial Point
No. I, established for surveys in the un
surveyed portion of Fractional Township 3
north, Range 7 west, bears north 6 degrees
56 minutes 31 seconds west, 4775.8 feet, and
running thence soutl, rz degrees 45 min
utes west, 137.5 feet to Corner No. a;
thence north 65 degrees 30 minutes cast,
417 feet to Corner No. 3; thence north ma
degrees 45 minutes east, 49 feet to Corner
No, 4; thence south 76 degrees 23 minutes
west, 370.5 feet to Corner No. I and place
of beginning, containing an area of o.72
acres, of which o0.06 acres are in conflict
with Survey No. 6546 and not claimed,
leaving a net area of 0.66 acres claimed,
making a total of 15.42 acres claimed by
the above named applicants.
On the west of Survey No. 6677 is Sur
vey No. 5723, Bear Paw Lode, Robert Mcl
Bride, applicant; on the south of Survey
6677 and west of Survey 6720, is Survey
6665, Elmner Remle Lode, Fred L. Depauli
et al., applicants; south of Survey 672o is
amended Survey No. 6347, Johanna Lode,
Andrew V. Corry, applicant; east of Sur
vey 6677 is Survey 6546, Mount Hope
Lode, Johanna Depauli, et al., applicants.
FRANK D. MIRACLE,
JOS. IH. HARPER, Register.
U. S. Claim Agent.
.(First Publication, Dec. 2, 1902.)
A heavy sea was running at the tithe, and
the simall boat in which the Venezuelans
mrllbarked was nearly capsizeld.
It h:is been learned that the captain of
the Victoria was iot aware of Venevttela's
dithtiultier with iprtlally and Great Blrit
ati. It is arMied that Germany has no
clainl against Venezuela fir corporal of
firn. c~ imnitted aaint (;erman subljects,
h:t that tthe imperial claims are finantcial
ni. 'the Victoria it. mimnd todahy a
a.r' k )I the shore.
Another Job for Bowen.
L.ooon. Dec). 2u.--.\ sIpcial received
h r t trmtl Hruttyel iaty the )Dutch consul
to, \ ccic.rlt 'I, lerr von I.Ciyden, hasc been
re, :iled and that Dttc.h inltereyts in Ven
eula hav benn handtled over to the
.ir1,1 , 11c:11n r u.tul. Mr. Howen.
;I[' am:l, )cc. :,. --Newa receiverd here
i,,m the \ r( ueiician frontier is to the
etre t that the revolutionary Inoveinent
I'~mnt President I autro is more powerful
th m ,.er. I te eral \luato is said to he it
tih hI t of a tro.g armly inil tio he ntt
rgo c !rms with the repreimlntatives of the
f-r.n c Iow rt. It is -aid amclnig the revo
it.,i tIhat the piresent imoveiment
; , -t I atro hill hie . uc'ces, ftl.
it itiltl itsll egai I I i ligattlIl, toll t; I t-ll t
lit, .' ability, ratI icear expect ill its jIlter
II', - ."with othe1r Lulll ci Iatalluls tlly
t.. '1ý." III illCtplll. , il t1111111:11 respect'(' :Intl the(
\I\NiA'P1 I'ArrI I)N NO. 4630.
('ntite States I tand t)fice.
\.'lli il-IIrelly given that iI~elry
u-ini \ Ierta Ilygetl . whlose lIlotliicet ad
tII is I utt,-, .'lnlllllaa. hlilvc this day
iiid thl-ir appllicationl hor aI patettt to.
61u', lItIncrfet hy bing 1114 Ied easterly
,ht othe 1w,-npc 'Ik rItWit LllC Min.
il- ' a -m, tid : II Wil h I l'otil fll I.II ttollt
(111 i 1?·I,,io I,~eccnthcr, A.. 1). ton:, d I''t;g
jul, ' a, lurvey Ni. 0; 0t. in fractionlal
I I"nnitnt at the no~rthtcast turnlr,. a
taint ill t ilt titi n ile of II ltrllle'y No.
l 'p; la r tI trlir No. t, tijtlt a
liun t, 1111.11 JLI Ip4 tilhlange 7 westC
illIers nIortlhl iIurvl ll ;s illnlutes :i o 1ec
ondso cast, `t lu 1.1 fet: ;old runningl thence
smith I~· ~ 1 I7v tc·;, 7 lil't c t H.8.5 fel1t:
iI 111 iiu( ItIH 11t 81.5. 'III; Il tlii'C t~lace (Ifhe
tI 1111 lIt 11 , ll It'1 l ab1Irac' u t l EM c sI w St
ul Lieu 0.n; acres are in cotflict wIith
I.i nm it;nca 'If l.2. ait~es claimed by
lin ines It 'rd. applicants. ie ti~
li, \i atilIl lf tis l caim I ", of r1cord
I ' ,I%, AID l. i .11 l. i't Conk "S o lode I'I .a
.I' l7.'IIt tile slIlluth, Survey No. 5712.
11 11t'l dull est
bIgs itIer.
bl!NING APPLICATION NO. 4597.
United States Land Omfico, Helena, Mon.
tana, Oct. If, 1902.
Notice is hereby given that Henry
Smith, John F. Nettle. Alberta Dygert
and the Thompson Investment comnpanv,
wvhose postaffice address is Butte, Mlon.
tfna, have this day filed their application
for a patent for 861.5 linear feet, being
40 fact southwesterly and 812.5 feet north.
easterly from discovery shaft of the Brook.
side Lode Minining Claim, upon which a
notice of intention to apply for a patent
was posted on the soth day oI Octooer,
:9o2, situated in Summit Valley, uror
gatuited, Mining District, Silver Bow
coueity, Montana, designated as Survey
No. 6719, in Township 3 north of Range 7
west, being more particularly des ribed as
follows, to-wit:
I.:ginnting at corner No. i, which is the
point of intersection of the first course of
Sur\ey No. 1533, with the fourth course
of ..irvey No. 2937, a granite .tLone set in
the ground, with a mound of earth and
stone alongside, and markec 1-6719 for Cor.
ner No, 1, from which the ,.utheast corner
of Section 17, Townshl, 3 north, Range 7
west, bears south 61 degrees and IS min
utes wrst, 8640 feet, and running th ence
north 52 degrees to minutes west, So5 feet;
thence north 62 degrees S3 minutes east,
31o.5 feet; thence north 80o 6egrees 47
minutes cast, 693.5 feet; thence south Sa
depe< I t minutes east 125.3 Fet: thence
lbsath 45 degrees 55 minutes west, 6go.5
feet, tence south 88 degrees 1r minutes
west, a65 feet to the place of beginning,
containing an area of 7.35 acres, of which
4.44 acres are in conflict with Snrv.,s No.
2987 and 5351, not claimed, leaving 2.91
acres claimed by the above named ap'pli
eants.
The location of this claim is of record
in the office of the recorder of Silver Bow
counlty, state of Montana, in Book "V" of
I,ode Locatipns, on page 337.
The adjoining claims to these premises
arp on the north Survey No. a40o, Horse
Canyon Lode, lot 334, and Survey No.
3948, Memorial Lode; on the cast Survey
No. s351, Cleveland Lode; on the south
Surv,.y No. 1533, Mountain Lion Lode,
bf 21a8, and on the west Survey No. 2937,
Cutb Lode,
FRAN!K D. MIRACLE, Register.
SAM'JEL, BARKER, JR,,
Attorney for Applicants.
(First Publication Oct. :8, igos,)
tlINI.NG APPLICATION NO. 4627.
United States Iand Office, Helena, Mon
tant, November 26, 1902.
Notice is hereby given that Johat:nah
Depauli, whose postoffice address is Butte,
Mont;ta, has this day filed her application
for a patent for t,soo linear feet, being
alo feet easterly and s,aso feet ..esterly
from the center of diseevery shaft of the
Vindicator Lode Mining claim, upon which
claim the notice of the intention to apply
for a patent was posted on the stat day of
November, 190o, situated in Fourth of
July (unorganized) mining district, county
of Jefferson, Montana, designated as Sur
vey No. 6711, in Township $ north, Range
7 west, being more particularly described
as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at the northeast corner, identi
cal with corner No. i of survey No. 3143,
a stone 15x6x8 inches above ground,
chiseled 1-6751 for corner No. a of this
survey, witnessed by bearing trees from
which initial point No. s, Township 3
north, Range 7 west, bears north a3 de
grees 58 minutes west, 2677.5 feet, and
running thence south s degrees 45 min
utes east 568.5 feet; thence south 8t de
grees 53 minutes west 1408 feet; thence
north 5 degrees 45 minutes west 5:9
feet thence north 80o de~rees
45 minutes east 1,50o feet to
the place of beginning, containing an
area of 19.03 acres, from which the fol
lowing area of 1.31 acres in conflict with
Survey Nos. 4130 and 4131 are excluded
and not claimed.
Net area claimed, 17.71 acres.
The location of this claim is of record
on Page go, in Book "24," Records of Jef
feraon County, Montana.
The adjoining claims to these premises
are on the east Survey No. 324., the Mul
doon Lode, and on the west Survey No.
6739, the Usona Lode, and conflicting on
the south Survey No. 41.10. the Ajax Lode,
and Survey No. 413.. the Bertie Lode.
FRANK D. MIRACLE,
Register.
M. I BAKER, U. S. Claim Agent.
(First Publication November 17, 10oo.)
MINING APPLICATION NO. 4605.
United States Land Office, Helena, Mon
tana, October 23, 90os.
Notice is hereby given that Harriet
Armstrong, whose postoffice address is
Butte, Silver Bow county, Montana, has
this day filed an application for a patent
on the Hattie Armstrong Bar Placer Min
ing Claim. situated in unorganized mining
district, Silver Bowv county, Montana, the
position, course, and extent, of the said
mining claim, desigt:ated by an official sur
vey thereof, as Survey No. 6651, Township
No. a north, Range No. 8 west, a notice of
which was posted on the claim on the sad
day of October, rgo., and being more par
ticularly set forth and described in the
official field notes and plat thereof on Aile
in this office, as follows, to wit:
Beginning at the northwest corner, a
granite stone 6x8x8 inches, 14 Inches
deep, marked 1-6651 for Corner No. s,
from which the quartet section corner on
the south boundary of Section as, fractional
Township a north, Range 8 west, bears
north 3 degrees so minutes west, t151 feet,
and running thence south to degrees 54
minutes east, t65o feet to Corner No. a;
thence north 68 degrees 8 miortes east, 51s
feet to Corner No. 3: thence north it de
grees 42 minutes west, 155i feet to Cor
ner No. 4; thence south 79 degrees t8
nlinutes west, 480 feet to Corner No. t,
the place of beginning, containing an area
of i8.o6 acres claimed by the above-named
applicant fo- patent.
The location of this mine is recorded in
the office of the recordes >) Silver Bow
county, on page 219 in dooR A of placers.
The only adjoining claim is the Hattie
Armstrong No. a placet, unsurveyed, on
the south, Hattie Armstrong, claimant.
FRANK D. MIRACLE,
Register,
JOS. II. HARPER,
United States Claim Agent.
(First publication Oct. 25, zooS.)
MINING APPLICAtION, No. 4624.
United State., .1a.d Office,
Helena, Mont., Nov. 13, o90o.
Notice is here y given that Henry
Smith, John F. Nettle, Alberta Dygert
and the Thompson Investment company,
whose postotlice addres. is Butte, Mon
tana, have this day filed their application
for a patent for 307.7 linear feet, being
106 fe,. southwesterly rnd 201.7 feet
northeasterly from discovery shaft of the
Canyon creek No. 2 l<de mining claim,
lpon which notice of intention to apply
for a patent was postel on the 27th day
of October, 19o2, situated in unorganized
mining district, bilvrr bow county, state
of Montana, desinatcu . srtrve'y No.
6747, in township 3, north of range 7
west, being more particularly described
as follows, to I't: Beginning at the
northwe: corner, which is also corner
No. I of resurvey No. 230o6, a granite
stone set in the ground, with : mound of
earth and stone alongside, and marked
1-6747 for corner No. 1 from
which the one-quarter section cor
ner on the south boundary of section
17, town..ip 3 u rth, r:nge 7 west. e'trs
south 63 degrees, 39 minutes, 32 seconds
west. 9176.4 feet, and runnlng thence
south 2 degrees east, :34 feet; thence
south 28 degrees, 22 minutes east, 55.5
feet; thence north 60 degrees, 15 minutes
east, 209.2 cet; thence north 28 degrees,
22 mint,teI west, 75 feet; thence south
83 degrees west, 257.7 feet to the place
of beginning, 'ontai -:ng an crea of 0.84
acres, of whi:. 0.26 acres are in conflict
with survey No. 2894, not claimed, leav
ing 0.58 acres claimed.
The location of this Mlaim !s of :eco d
in the recerder's off:e of Silver Bow
countty, ":.te of Montana, in Book "U"
of Iode Locations, on page 457.
The adjoinin:i claims to these premises
are resurvey No. 2306, Norther: Light
lode, lot 3:.3, on t' north; .ur ey No.
2894, Lioness lode, lot 389, on the south
east, and survey Qo. 2373, Expert lode,
lot 329, and survey No. 2192, Humbolt
lode, lot 3s on the west.
FRANK D. MIRACLE,
Register.
SAMUFI. BARKER, Jr.,
Attorney for Applicenn's.
(First :ul lie(tion November 14, rgoo.)
MINING APPLICATION NO 4622.
United States Land Office Helena, Mon
tana, Nov. 4, 190o2.
Notice is hereby given that Samuel D.
Sumwalt, whose postoffice address is
Butte, Montana, has this day filed his ap
plication for a patent for 1,son linear
feet, being 6o feet easterly and 1,4,4o
feet westerly from discovery shaft on the
Missouri Girl Lode, and iso6.5 linear feet,
being 720 feet easterly and 306.5 feet
westerly from discovery shaft on the Rear
Stake Lode Mining claims, upon each of
which a notice of the intention to apply
for a patent was posted on the 5th day of
September, 19oo, situated in Summit Val
'ey (unorganized) Mining District, Silver
Bow county, Montana, designated as Sur
vey Nos. 6619 and 662o, Township 3 north,
Range 8 west, being more particularly de.
scribed as follows, to wit:
Survey No. 6619: Beginning at the
northeast corner, which is also Corner No.
1 of Survey No. 6620, a granite stone with
mound alongside, chiseled t-66mg for Cor
ner No. I from which the southeast corner
of Section ir, Township 3 north, Range 8
west, bears south 29 degrees 20 minutes east
2438.1 feet, and running thence south 24
degrees 45 minutes east 339.5 feet; thence
south 67 degrees r6 miems west slee
feet; thence north s4 degrees 4S minutes
west. 489.5 feet; thence north 63 degrees
So minutes east 486 feet; thence north 8N
degrees 3S minutes east 843.3 feet to the
place of beginning, containing an area of
16..s acres from which the follownlag
areas in conflict are excluded and not
claimed, to wit: Survey No. phg, 1.36
acres; Survey No. 1413, inclusIve of o.tg
acres in conflict with Survey No. Ill8
o0.o acres; Survey No. 3911, inchlsive el
o.o8 acres in conflict with Survey No.
SIs5, o.o8 acres; Survey No. 6518, inclu
sive of o.o3 acres in conflict with Survey
No. 3450, 1.98 acres. Total are not
claimed, 3.6* acres. Net area claimed,
1a.59 acres, of which 5.83 acres are in
conflict with Survey No. 3450, nclusive
of 3.43 acres In conflict v ith Survey No.
5s5s and 2.38 acres in confli.t with Sur
vey No. 5a5s; .1a acres are in conflict
with Survey No. 515s exclusive of .tp
acres in conflict with Survey No. 34s3,
and 2.38 acres in conflict with Survey No.
3450, and 6.55 acres are in conflict with
Survey No. s:ip, exclusive of all conflicto
with other surveys.
Survey No. 6620: Beginning at Cor
ner No. s, which is also Corner No. t of
Survey No. 66:9, a granite stone, chiseled
s.662o for Corner No. s, with mound
alongside, from which the said section
corner bears south s. degrees so minutes
east 1438.1 feet, and running thence
north 65 degrees 55 minutes east 451
feet; thence north 44 degrees 40 minutes
east 88 feet; thence north 73 degrees .4
minutes west 63t1. feet; thence north 86
degrees 43 minutes west s35 feet; thence
south 44 degrees 4o minuses west 80o3.
feet; thence north 8o Degrees 35 minutes
east 84.1.3 feet to the place of beginning,
containing an area of 8.o6 acres from
which the following areas in conflict are
excluded and not claimed, to wit: Sur
vey No. 35r4 inclusive of .37 acres in con
flict with Survey No. 1797 and .oS acres
in conflict with Survey No. 5'55, 2.2e
acres, Survey No. a146 .oa acres. Total
area not claimed 2.a* acres.
Net area claimed 5.84 acres, of which
2.43 acres are in conflict with Survey No.
3450o inclusive of .84 acres in conflict with
Survey No. 515:, s.15 acres in conflict
with Survey No. 515a and 44 acres in
conflict with Survey No. 6387, .17 acres
are in conflict with Survey No. s15a, .37
acres are in conflict with Survey No. 1797
and a.33 acres are in conflict with Sur.
vey No. 6387.
Total area of these surveys claimed,
:8.43 acres.
The location of these claims are record
ed on Page a29 and 13o in Book "W,"
Records of Silver Bow county, Montana.
Adjoining on the northwest of Survey
No. 662o is Survey No. 98a, the Cary
Lode, Lot No. a28, on the north Survey
No. 3898, the King O'TooTe Lode, on the
south of Survey No. 66±o and on the east
of Survey No. 6619 is Survey No. 988, the
Lamonta Lode, Lot No. 23o.
FRANK D. MIRACLE,
Register.
M. I. BAKER,
United States Claim Agent.
(First Publication November 4, 1go9.)
MINING APPLICATION NO. 46&8.
U. S. Land Office,
Helena, .ontana, Oct. 29, egos.
Notice is hereby given that John Kane,
the heirs of William Dolan, deceased, 9nd
the heirs of John O'Toole, deceased, whose
postoflice pddress is Butte, Montana, bave
this day filed their application for a patent
for 1,5o0 linear feet, being 691.5 feet west
erly and 8o8.5 feet easterly from discovery
shaft of the Moonlight Lode Mining claim,
upon which a notice of intention to apply
for a patent was posted on the 28th day of
October, r9na, situated in Summit Valley
(unorganized) mining d:strict, Silver Bow
county, state of Montana, designated as
Survey a o. 6504, in Township 4, north of
Range 7 west, being more particularly
described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at
the southwest corner, a granite stone set in
the ground with a mound of earth along
side, and marked 1-6504 for Corner No. I,
from which the northwest corner of Sec
tion 6, Township 3 north, Range 7 west,
bears south 8a degrees 28 minutes west,
4,78r.a feet, and running thence north 3
degrees 4 minutes west, 6oo feet; thence
north 8o degrees 55 minutes east, I.Soo
feet; thence south 3 degrees 4 minutes
east, 600 feet; thence south 80o degrees 55
minutes v'cst, I,5oo feet to the place of be
ginning, containing an area of 2o.55 acres,
of which 0.17 acres are in conflict with
Survey No 709, not claimed, leaving 20.38
acres claimed by the i.bove-named appli
cants.
The locat!on of this claim Is of record in
the Recorder's office of Silver Bow county.
state of Montana, in Book "II," on Page
173 of Lode Locations.
The adjoining claims to these premises
are Snurecy No. 700, Glen Egbert Placer,
Lot 38. on the southeast and Survey No.
3905, Home Rule lode, on the west.
FRANK D. MIRACLE,
Register.
SAY1UEL. BARKER, JR.
Attorney for -- .cants.
(First publication. October So, roo2.)
MINING APPLICATION, No 4626.
United States Land Office, Helena, Mon
tana, Nocembier 18, 1902.
Notice is hereby given ti-at William .L
Clark, by Arthur 11. Wethey, his attorney
in-fact, whose postoflice address is Butte,
Silver Bow county, Montana, has this day
filed an applic:t on for a patent for 17
linear feet, the samte being for 3 feet in
a westerly and 14 feet inl an easterly di
rection front t ie point of discovery on the
Whitmore lode miining claim, situated in
Summnit valley (uuorg.) mining district,
Silver dow cou:lty, Montana, the position,
course atnd extent of the said mining
claim, .'csignated' by all offlical survey
thereof, as Survey No. 6761, Township
No. 3 north, Range No. b west, a notice of
which as posted on the claim on the 17th
day of Novemlner, igoa, and being more
particul rly set forth and described ill the
offiicial field notes and plats tlhereof on tile
ill this office, as follows, to wit:
Beginning at Cortier No. s, a grallite
stone 6x8xt8 inches, 15 inches deep from
which tile one-quarter section corner on
north boundary of Section No 13, Townl.
ship 3 north, Range 8 west, bears south
70 deg-ees, 46 minutes west 404 feet, and
running theince north 88 degrees, 30 siiiu.
utes cast 17 feet to Corner No. a; thence
north "t degrees, 30 minutes east 11.3
feet to .' rner No. 3; thence south 88 de
grees, o mInllutes west 17 feet to Cornet
No. 4; thence south 21 degrees, 30 Imin.
utes wet 11.3 feet to Corner No. I and
place of beginning, containinltg an area of
0o.004 acres, of which 0.ooa is in couflict
with Survey No. 719 and not claimed,
leaving a net area of 0.00oo acres claimed
by the above named applicant for patent.
The location of this mine is recorded In
the ofit e of tile recorder of Silver Bow
county, on 'age 78 in Book T of Lodes.
On the west is Survey No. 856, Skip
lode, Adam Farraday, applicant; on t!.e
south in Survey No. 497, Late Acquisition
lode, Nepl.i Packard, applicant.
FRANK D. MIRACLE,
JOS, H. HARPER, Register.
United States Claim Agsnt.
(First rublicat;o.i November 59, s9oa.7

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