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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, igii
I city News
....in Brief
I"
Out::
. Thursday's Dnlly)
Mines.
irtin Iiiih returned to the
several (lays of mi ab
ililng cxnininntlon of mines
Mity of Congress.
Mission.
itwooil nrrlvcd from Will
. rilny, niul will remain for
on buNtncrs pertnlnlng to
. interests in this section.
On Const.
1 Mrs. C. II. McNclloy, nnd
1 Wnlthnll, cousin of tlio
t yesterday for the const
southern Cnlifornln for n
ting.
j,-tw Engineer Arrives.
iirlmstonil, civil engineer, ar
- mi Los Aiiudes yesterday niul
nignod to tlin territorial
south of tills city, leaving
r tits now. field.
Visiting Friends.
t 1 . Harlow, wife of the con-
, engineer of tlic territorial
between Crimp Vcrdo and
i nff, is In tlio city for n few
j . Mtltig with 'friends nnd it fit
1 f ii 11 1 Congress.
Eingcmen In City.
1 .rNs llurkos, Interested In tLo
(r rinrk business in tlitg and Coco
no unties, nrrlvcd from Williams
t,!- dn nnd will IcnVC today for
me lie lias been looking nftcr In
ir!, rn tlie Upper "Verde.
Concludes DUtleB.
1 ! Hastings, general freight and
aeiigcr agent of tlio 8. F. P. & P.
s ir ad, who has bcon attending n
if nliustment conference of the
IV system in Chicago for the
j.t in .-nth, returned to the city yes
t.rl:i He wns accompanied ly Mrs
l..'t tigs, who mot lilm nt Albuqiur-
c
Prefers Trescott.
Mi-t Asenctli (leniing, daughter of
Mr i ml Mrs. I). B. (lennng, who left
for Hollywood, Cnl., n few days ago
enter a young Indies' nendemy for
tv frill term, returned yesterday, ex
rr 11 g her preference for ediira
1.11,11 institutions In this city, and
he a student nt St. Joseph's
nraih'inv.
Leave for Mohave,
Leo Von Rosenberg, mining ongin
BusincH Visitor.
William Dcrmont, president of the
Nig iirtw Lumbar rampany, f win.
"', h in tlio dty for a few days
11 W;nrn. '
Coppor City Visitor. !
K. II. Vltdt, with la.. United I '
'"N'O' ''in,.sr In rtspori-
'" capacity, , , ,, ,.ifv f
cw dnjr m ImtlneM.
Official Honors.
1. L. llaworth h lucn aMliitd
a notary public hv Governor Sloan.
nnd yesterday fllod his official oath
and bond in tne offleo of tlio hmitd
of unpttvltors.
Smolter City Visitors.
Robert It. III!., ,) .1. rj. m.ketts.
residents of Humboldt, ware In the
city yesterday on buMmus and report
tlint community in a flfliirlshing con-
illtion.
Sunday Baseball.
Arrangements were perfect od yes
terday for a game of baseball he
tween the I'roM-ntt Ornys and Port
Whipple nines, to he played next
Sunday, weather pormlttlng. Tlie
host players of ltoth places will ap
pear and a good game Is promised.
Ilcports Activity.
Matt Andres- lias retiimod from a
business trip which Included visits
to Humboldt and .lorome. Ho re
ports the smelter and copper cities
active and business prosperous in nil
lines.
Winter Visitor.
Mrs. Guy Bennett, who hns been
spending the summer nt Iron Springs
with the Phoenix colony, nrrlvcd in
the city yesterday and bus taken
apartment at Hotel Congress to re
main for the winter.
Miners in City.
('tins. T. Martin, Thomas Mnrmont,
W. II, McKny and II. Hnnsen, until
recently employed at the llnnoy mines
near Skull Valley, woro nrrlvnls in
the city yesterday and will remain
for a few days on business.
Goes to Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. llnrry llrown, of
Harrington, are in the city, nnd will
leave today for the San .Ineinto hot
spring In southern Cnlifornln, whero
the former goes to take treatment
for inflammatory rheumatism.
Returns From Idaho. 1
Frederick H. Mercer, for many
years 11 resident of this county, nnd
who left in 1000, returned yesterday
from near l.ewiston, Idaho, and will
again locate to follow mining. Ho
will leave for the HrndshnwH to
morrow.
Returns From Coaat.
C. T. Jnslln, who has been to Los
Angeles for the past few weeks, re
turned yesterday accompanied by his
BANK LOOTING
RECORD SMASHED
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
for
UNITED STATES PATENT.
ent for tho I.lttto Copper No, 2, and
Little- Copper No. 3, I.ihIo ' Mining
Claims, Minora! Survey Nu. 2011, con
taining Ool,i and Copper, sitiinto in
(I... 11,...-......,.! All..!.... tlUl.t
v,v.jt c n : mineral application no. 015230
.1000 feet, uiiMirveycd, aiiproximntrly I Snrvy No. 20 1 a.
in sections) 1 k .111, T. 12 k W N., It. I United Stntes hand Office,
.1 W., In Pnott Nntlonnl Forost. phoenix, Arlzonn, Sopt. 1, 1011.
nnd iiiuro partienlnrly daser bed as I., ., . , . ... ... n
fAn..... t .An., f...,... v n. n... Notice Is hereby gh'en thnt r. O.
ginning at Cor. No. 1, w henco lie , ' .Tii
theoretical point for the S. W. Cor. , J.,",". Ailayun. has i ado npi II-
of See. .11, T. 1.1 X.. K !! W. on the'C"1'"" Wfc " " l0il
:ird Mtandnrd Parallel North, bearsi V" 'J10'1 V mmi tivU
u n... no mi.. i. ii-u ,i i ! 1 1 IO 1 1 LINK No. arid Jlinil IilMS
. -il lira. -'. I" IU3.V 11, mi'l , ,., .... . 4t..
V. H. L. M. Xo. 2021 brars S. SSI'0' ' '-""es, Hirvi-j- .u. iwi, m i
Deg. 2.1 Ml'ii.' K. i(!S2.n'ft thence N. Hnssnyaiupn Mining Dlstrlet. Vflrrj'
Gil Dog. 1(1 Min. W. 000 ft. to Cor. ipm county, anzonti, uoicmiou in ioi
No. 2; thenco S. 2.1 l)eg. 11 Mln. W. lows:
lfiOO ft. to Cor. No. 1; thepee S. (1(1 "1I10II 1,1 NB No. I," beginning
Dog. Ill Mln. K. (100 ft. to No. ; nt Cor. No. 1, whfiieo U. S. I,. M.
thenco .V. 2.1 Dol'. M Min. K. 1(500 ft. No. lliid brs. N. Till dog. 'Ill mill. W
to beginning, containing 20.001 acres.. 3SJI.N5 fcotj thonce S. iW dog. M
I.ittlo Copper No. .1i Hcglnning nt mln. K 000 feet to cor. No. 2; thonco
Ily Associated Vrcss,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, SEPT. 15. EARLY THIS MORNINO
THREE MEN BROKE INTO THE BANK OF MONTREAL HERE, CLIMB
ING THROUGH AN UNPROTECTED REAR WINDOW, DUO THROUGH
THE BRICK WALL INTO THE VAULT, WRECKED THE OAOE DOOR,
BLEW OPEN THE SAFE, TOOK $3115,000 AND ESCAPED. ALTHOUOH
THE POLICE OF NEW WESTMINISTER TONIGHT PROFESS TO HAVE
vn tt Anr nr rTTiieti pitn nnannnn p Mnrrp.v tp TR nr.T.Tr.VT.n
'U. 2 W., on tlie Third Stiindiini rnr-IW. 000 fen to cor. .no. i; inenco
THE MEN ARE HIDING IN VANCOUVER WHERE THEY FLED IN AN , niP) XorMs bears N. .1 Peg. 31 Mln. ,20 .leg. .12 min. B 1110 feet to cor.
AUTOMOBILE. THE ROBBERS WERE DISCOVERED WHEN T,IE 'jpnlJI' x. H(t " "j cjfV" 0 " Mim' IMibl.T li(ni UNB "o!02l',n'b"ogiiiiiing
CHINESE JANITOR OF THE BANK BUILDING, WHOM THE ROBBERS j ft . thence N. 00 Dcg. 10 Mln. W.t Cor. No. 1. whenee V. S. L. M.
KLUGOED AND BOUND, WORKED FREE AND OAVE THE ALARM. THE 1 . -'of- N"vSl,l.cnV. r''.nln, V," 4 .V? "i ' '
' Oeg. II Min. W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 1133.22 fiet; thence S. 03 dog. 2S
3; thenco S. Oil Dcg. -10 Min. K. GOV tnlii. K. 000 feet to car. No. 2;
ft. to Cor. No. I; thenco N. 23 Dog. thence S. 2(5 deg. 32 hiln. W. JMO
I I Mln. K. IT.OO ft. lo beginning; jfcot to cor. No. 3j thonco N. 03 dcg.
containing 20.0(51 acres. Notice of; 28 mln. W. OOn feet to cor. No. -t;
Locntion of Mttlo (Viiper No. 2 is thonco X. 20 deg. 32 min. K n)
Cor. Xo. 1. whence theoretical tiolnt S. 20 dw. 32 min. W. 11-10 feet to' .
ifnr H.W. Cor. nf Sec. 31. T. 13 N.. cor. Xo. .1: thence X. 03 dcir. 28 mln.
JOB WAS ACCOMPLISHED WITHOUT NOISE AND HAS EVERY EAR
MARK OF THE WORK OF EXPERTS. THE POLICE ARE CONVINCED
THAT THE ROBBERY HAD BEEN PLANNED A LONG TIME BY A GANG
OF EASTERN CROOKS' WHO CAME ESPECIALLY FOR THE HAUL.
THE ROBBERS WERE APPARENTLY POSSESSED OF EVERY DE
TAIL OF THE INNER WORKINGS OF THE BANK AND IT IS IMPOSfll-
rwirded. In Hook ,0 of Mine, Pago
138. nnd l.lttle Conner No. 3 In Book
.() of Mines, at Pago 131), Records of
Vnvntiiil Pmi ntv. Aririinn. There are
RLE TO SAY WHEN THEY EFFECTED AN ENTRANCE. THE MEN i no ,iJolnlng claims and this
clnliu is surrounded ny united fttnioi
Public Domain.
FRAN KII. PARKBII,
Register.
First publication August 10. 11)11.
WERE ALREADY THERE WHEN THE JANITOR ARRIVED. HE WALK
ED IN ON THEM AS THEY WERE GATHERING UP THE COIN AND
BEFORE HE COULD TURN WAS STRUCK DOWN AND TIED TO A TOST
WHEN HE REGAINED CONSCIOUSNESS.
MOST OF THE MONEY TAKEN WAg IN BILLS OF LARGE DENOM
INATIONS AND CONSIDERABLE GOLD BUT NO SILVER. THE SILVER
WAS- LEFT BEHIND BY THE ROBBERS WHO WERE UNABLE TC.
OARRY IT AWAY. THERE WAS A PARTICULARLY LARGE AMOUNT
OF MONEY IN THE BANK AT THIS TIME OF THE YE AR AS IT IB NEAR
THE END OF THE CANNERY SEASON.
USUALLY THERE WAS KEPT A WATCHMAN AT THE BUILDING
BUT HE WENT ON A VACATION A WEEK AGO. IT 13 APPARENT
THAT THE ROBBERS KNEW THIS FROM THE TACT THAT THEY EN-
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 014028
United State Lnnd Office,
Phoenix, Arlzonn, July 10, 1011.
Notice In hereby given that K
Block, whoso Post Office address Is
Prescott, Arizona, has mndo applica
tion for patent to 3000 linear feet of
tho April Shower and Christians (lift,
lodo mining claims, survey Xo. 2011,
in Ilarsayampa Mining District, Ynv
imnl f'on nt v. Arlxona. Aimroximately
XtllitiU 111U UlUIU WlUinti Ilti UnUAUUI BUHL AAV illiU 111J AJUUXIHlT
UP WITH Tltr. BLANKETS nr ItTH BED. IT IR EtlEVEn TIIE ROB. I S
BER8 ARE STILL IN THIS VICINITY FROM THE FACT THAT A HIGH
POWERED OAR STOLEN FROM A LOCAL GARAGE BROKE DOWN AND
WAS ABANDONED IN FRONT OF THE Y. M. O. A. BUILDING.
IN THE AMOUNT OF CASH TAXEN THE ROBBERY IS THE BIG
GEST IN HISTORY ALTHOUGH OTHER CRIMES NETTED SECURITIES
OF GREATER VALUE.
WAIT FOR US
n. and M. "M.L Green, who is inter
nicil in mine In this nnd Mohnvo
. niitv, left yesterday for Kingman, I father, (I. W. .loslln. It Is probable
n business for n few days. From! that latter will make his homo in the
there they will proceed to Wyoming.
Mr Wn lloscnberg Is In en route to
New York city nnd Mr. Green to
1 IllClgll.
Oov. Sloan Arrives.
It, K. Sloan joined his wife
m.l family in d'rescott Tuesdny after
rn ami left for Flagstaff yester
'n on official lunlness. He will
'fliirn to the capital In a few days to
tfiMiin for the winter, Mrs. Slonn
lining htm about October 1. Ho
itatrs that a mass of business awaits
Mm sinco tho statehood question hns
aMimed dcflillto consideration.
Mining -Vltr.
I' K. Wager, superintendent oM"
old Tiptop mine, Is In tho city nnd
mves nn excellent report of develop
ment on that famed producer of
1'ionccr ays. He will return to his
'amp tomorrow, and stntcs that there
i prevailing nt scvcrnl plucos in the
'lit ret more work thun hns been
oti-ed In many years.
Brief Visit!.
H H. Welding, formerly a miner of
Turkey Crok arrived from Ray yes
cr.lny, and left last night for Mad!
n, Wis., to visit with his pnrents
at the old homo. This will ho his
first trln. cast In twenty-nino years
He will locate in th1 section ngaln,
hlirjg disposed of properties In tho
"mill during tlio pnt week
Hcarcd With Country.
Adlal I). Weber, of Ashcville, N. C.
"rived In -the city a few days
d is making an Invcsllgntlon of
tho country with the view of Iocat
ng. Ho hns been In the southern
I art of the territory, and sinco up
"v tig in this section, Is pronounced
v'r tlio climate wluh is n rcveln
"ni, and he bespenks a great future
when tho vast and unoccupied do
"m.n Is tilled.
Visiting Old Xobm.
1'ougl.ig Gray, who will bo remcin
'"red ns n resident of this city innuy
"n ngo, when ho wns Identified
wth the mining industry, arrived
fr-m Tombstono yesterday on lr)e'
Ixmness visit. Ho Is opcrntlng mines
"car that city, and Is prominently
Kii'nn In tho Industry. Ho was greet
fl by many frlands nnd iicqunlntnnces
f other dnys,
feel to cor. Xo. 1, the place of bo-
ginning.
"HIGH LINK Xo. 3,M beginning
nt Cor. Xo. 1, whence U. .S. L. M.
Xo. 1001, br. X. fifi. deg. 3(5 min. W.
32H.0 feet; thenco S. 03 deg. nun.
K. 000 feet to cor. Xo. 2; thence S.
30 deg. M mln. W. 14(57 feet to cor.
Xo. 3; thence X. 03 dcg. 28 mln. W.
COO feet to cor. Xo. -1 thenco N. 30
deg. 04 mln. K. 1407 feet to cor. No.
1, the plnce of beginning.
"HIGH LINK No. 4," beginning
at Cor Xo. 1, whence U. S. L. M. No.
1001, brs. N. 30 deg. 03 mln. W.
.TiOO.OI feet; thence S. m ucg.
mln. B. 000 feet to cor. No. 2; thenco
S. 7 dcg. 27 mln. W. 1200.47 feet to
cor. Xo. .V, thence X. 03 deg. 23 mln.
W. 000 feet to cor Xo. 4; thence N.
7 dcg. 27 min. K. 1200.47 feet to
cor. No. 1, the plnco of beginning.
Snld claims are located In tho
Hassayninpa Mining District, Ynva-
upprnxuniuciy
3(5 Twii. 12 ZS. 11. .1 W. un-nmi tilling, iri-n,
urveyiih Prescott Nntlonnl Forest., In section Twenty-1 wo v-h "
iii.rllP.l n. fnlowsi sliln Twdve i: ., iinngo two v-
Christiana Gift Lode, Beginning nt W.. on unsurveyed land In the I'W
v i ..un, it 1. M. Nn. poit Nntlonnl Forest, nnd arc bound-
nil. ai'b n m m i
city in tlie near future, expressing
himself highly nftcr ninny brier
vitlts.
Pleased at Showing.
F. U. Wright returned Wednesday
from the Swastika mine in the Brad-
shaw mountains, and left yesterday
for Los Angelef. He expressed him
elf ns more thnn satisfied with de
velopment nnd will return in a few
weeks. .
Called Away by lllnew,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cook left
yesterday for llakersfield, Cnl., whero
Mrs. I.nura Caldwell, sister of the
,...,. i .imi-irtfil to be in n critlcnl
nn.lllion from illness. She was form
erly a resident of this city, nnd Is
well known to many, who will bo
pained to learn that her recovery J
doubtful.
Returns Home.
Miss Anna Morrison, who has been
visiting with rclntlves and friends
in the city for several weeks, return
td to her home in Topeka, Kan., yes
terdnv. She was a guest at the homo
of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C Payne, the
latter hor cousin, and ! favorably
Impressed with the country nnd its
climate.
Brief BuFinera Virtt.
S. h. Duncan, superintendent of
the Climax Mining Company, on tho
HiiMayampn, was in tho city .yester
day on business, returning In tho
afternoon. He reports tho property
...w li.velonmtnt with splendid re
sults and thnt another mill run will
bo made soon, ltond work is Miry
much needed and under present fncll
it:,, freluht Is taken Into tho dlst-
tict under conditions thnt .nre de
plorable.
(From Friday's Pslly)
Mining Vfctter.
neo. O. Ford, mining operator of
Mineral Tolnt district, wns nn nr
fvnl in tu city yesterday on bint-nesi.
fKrom Saturday's Dally)
Outlnit.
tr H G. Coykendall returned
yciterdnv from the const resorts of
-mithern (nllfornla after n Mimmer
outing with frlondf.
Taking Layoff,
r'nul Mlcklc, Verde Valley dnlry
man, I. in the city o enjoy a vaca
tion for a few 'ny "
with hU mnny M',f'
Returns Home.
m k. C. Dcnrlng niece of A.
i r ir Robinson, after a few dny
visit with rclntlves nnd friends, left
yesterday for her home in ir.
Mrs. Joicph Tnppan nnd daughter,
Mr,. Vincent TVtne, nrrlvcd from
Alamo, In Yuma county, yesterday
nnd will remnln for several weeks
visiting with friends. They nro
guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Clnrk.
Examining Mines.
Col. It. It. Clark nnd F. P. Jones,
prominent in finnncint circles of Mus
kogee, Okla., nro in the city on min
ing examinations In this section, with
the object of becoming interested.
They will leave today for tho coast
and will return Inter. Col. Clark Is
accompanied by his wife, and the
party arc at the Hotel St. Michael.
Charltablo Mission.
Mrs. C. G. Gilchrist, president of
the United Charities Association of
Phoenix, nrrlvcd in tho city yes
terday and contemplates remaining
for scvcrnl days to intercit the pco
pie In thnt worthy cause.
Visited Old Home.
Mrs. Jos. K. Cook returned yester
day from Ora, Ills., where she visit
ed for several weeks with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Relnholt, and
will lenvo today for Mayer, accom
panied by hor husband, who met her
In the city.
Visited the South.
Charles McAllister, with the Unit
ed Verde Chopper company In the
electrical department, returned yes
terday from 0 few weeks' outing
with friends at Globe, and will leave
fmlnv for Jerome to resume his
duties.
Flcaaed Visitor.
Mrs. Hrtrry Holmnn, who has been
visiting in the city during the sum
mer, will returns to her homo In
Phoenix- today accompanied by hor
duuirhtcr. Miss Ruth . .Holmnn. She
is favorably Impressed wllh tho ell
mate of this section, nnd contcm
plate returning next year.
Returns From Coast.
Thos. D. Sanders, who ranks ns
1 . . . , 1 1 ..
one of tlie earnesi 01 arnvnis m
Prescott, locating In Miller Valley In
1803, returned yesterday from central
California, where he roncwed early
associations, and visited with his son
In Mndcra county for over two
months. He states the country ha
Improved since ho wns a young man
and has a prosperous appearance. He
met many old time friends nnd en
joyed the outing.
Teacher Appointed.
Miss Clara McBachrn, recently Of
lown, will leave today for Dewey,
where she will take chargo of the
public school of that district. Her
sister, Mlsi Annio McKnchen, un
been appointed teacher of tho school
at Humboldt, entering upon her
duties 11 few ny ago. '
WAIT FOR US fp
UU. 35E SBy Art.
The Swigcrt Broi. Optical Co.
HIWA-S SMI1MI OSTKUSS
niul SHirt Hi m I4 ftefef mt Mmfcn iIm Oastf
cm urn touti nostst issiata
II TCMMM M wrKr
NEXT TRIP
2827 brs. S. 12 dcir. 1(5 mln. K. 120.1
ft., Thonco: N. 47 dcg. 30 mln. K.
1000 ft. to cor Xo. 2, thence: S. 37
deg. 37 mln. K. COO ft. to cor Xo. 3.
thenco: 8. 47 deg- .10 mln. W. 1000
ft. to cor. No. I, thenco: X. 37 deg.
37 mln. W. 000 ft. to cor. Xo. 1, the
place of beginning.
April Shower Lode, Beginning nt
cr. X'o. 1; whence U. S. L. M. Xo.
2827 brs. H. 12 dec. 10 min. E. 120.1
ft. Thenco: S. 37 dcg. 37 mln. K.
.inn t ... - V'n n llmniui (2 f.
nuu 11. 11 i;iii ". , m.iiiv .j.
deg. 23 min. W. 1000 ft. to cor. No.
.1, thenco: X. 37 deg. .17 min. W. 000
ft. to cor. No. 4, thence X. 02 dcg.
23 mln. K. 1000 ft- to cor. Xo. 1, tho
plnco of beginning. Area 20.001
ncres, less area in conriiei wnn sur.
Xo. 2827, Kmpiro lode S.GU.i ncres,
Established in Oolorsdo, 1WC. Samplea b
mall or otprcM receive prompt and oarefui
attention. Gold And Silver Bulllet
Refined. Melted nnd Asueved or Pnrchastd
Concentration Tea La 100 b. or C01
Load Lota. Write for .Terms.
1M738 Lawrence St. DENVER. COLO
WOUNDED AT THEATER
K1BVB, Russia, Sept, 14.-Prcmle
Stolypy was attacked nnd seriously
wounded during a theater perform
nnco tonlcht. His assailant wns ar
rested.
Journal-Miner High elaa job work
. E.BURLINQAMF & Co.lnml Friely Imlo l.OOl acres, Net area
. ., rv. i.rfCHPMirii , Chrlstmna Gift lode 17.801 acres.
ASSAY OFFICE ttiSSSS? .. ,,ra,.,:'r
No. 2827. Middle lodo 0.000 acres, and
Bmpiro lode 1.720 acres. Net area
ChrlshmnH Gift lodo 17.801 acres.
Tho locntlon notices are recorded
ns follows: Christians Gift lode, Hook
84 of Mines, pngo 031; April Shower
lode, Hook 80 of Mine, pngo 6S0
Records) of Ynvapal County, Arlzonn-
This claim is liounded on too .Nortii
bv Xcw Year lodo unsurveyed, E.
Block clnipiant, nnd U. S. I.nnil on
the Bast and South by sur. No. 2827,
Middle, Bmpiro and 1-rlely lodis, and
U. S. Lnnd, and on tho West by U.
S. Land',
FRANK II. PARKER,
Register.
First Pb. Aug. 2.
NOTICCE FOR P08TTNO AND
PUBLISinNO,
ed on nil aides by Unltfd States pub
lic domain.
Lncntlon notices nro recorded In
the office of the County Recorder of
Yavapai County, Arlionn, ns roi
lows: "HIGH LINE Xo. 1," In Book CO
of Mines at page 200;
"HIGH LIXB XO. 2" (nmended.
notice) In Hook B0 of Mines nt pngo
C28'
'MIIOII LIXB Xo. 3." (amended
notlc ) In Hook K0 of Mines nt pngo
230
"HIGH LIXB Xo.. 4," In Book
00 of Mines nt pngo 203:
The areas of said claims are as
follows:
"HIGH LIXB Xo. 1," total area
10,702 acres; '
"HIGH LIXB Xo. total area
20.001 acres; nrca In conflict with
High line Xo. 4 Jrfde, .740 acres;
"HIGH LIXB Xo. 3," total area
10.87(1 acres:
"HIGH LIXB Xo. 4," total area
10.180 acres;
' Tntn' nnd net nrca of claims ni
applied for 71.078 ncrfs.
FRANK H. PARKER,
Register.
First pub. (W) Sept. 20.
Serial Number 011032.
Phoenix, Arir.onn, Land , Office,
Phoenix, Arlzonn, Aug. 8, 1011.
Notice is hereby given t,hnt the
SANTA FB PACIFIC RAILROAD
COMPANY, by Howcl Jones Ita Land
Commissioner, filed in this office
Jnno 28, 1010, Its application, Serial
No. 011032, to enter under tho provi
sions of tho Act of Congress) approved
April 21, 1004 (33 Stats. 211), tho
following described lands, viz:
The Bast half of the Northwest
quarter, and Lots ono nnd two of tho
Northwest quarter of section ten; tho
North bnlf of tho Northeast quarter,
East half of the Northwest quarter,
and Lots one and two of tho North,
west quarter of section thirty-four, In
township nineteen north, of range
twelve and one-half east: Tho North,
east quarter of tho Northwest quarter.
West half of tho Northwest quarter
and the West half of tho Southwest
quarter of section twenty-two, all of
section twenty-eight, the South half,
and tho West half of tho Northwest
quarter of section thirty-four, tho
West half of the Southeast quarter
of section twenty-seven, Jn township
seventeen north, of range two west
of tho Gila and Salt River Base and
Meridinn, Arizona,
Any and nil persons claiming ndvers-
ly tho lands described, or desiring to
object became of tho mineral char
ncter of tho land, or for any other
reason, to the disposal to applicant,
should file their affidavits of protest
In this office, on or before tho 20th
day of September, 1011,
FRANK II. PARKER,
Itegliter.
Aug. lfl(W)--Bt.
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 015240
United States Lnnd Office,
ll,A.mlv Arlf.nn Am, O.I
1011.
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 016109
UnlbM States Land Office,
Phoenix, Arizona, August II, 1011.
Notice Is hereby given that John
W. DouKhorty. of San Dleuo, Califor
nia by John J. Hawkins, hU Attorney-in-Fact,
wilnso post office ad
dress la Prescott, Arizona, has rna'do
application tor a unitrt ntates rat
Notice is hereby given, that TIP
TOP-HEATH MINING k MILLING
Co. by W. W. ROSS, its Atty-ln-fact,
of Prescott. Arizona, has made
application for patent to the TIP
TOP, KBY8TONB and JOKER lode
mining cJnims, survey Mi, i:iui, situ
ated In Humbug Mining District, Ynv.
apal County, Arizona, approximately
In Twp. M si, 11. I I't unsurvcyrd, in
scribed as follows:
TIP TOP lode, bculnnlnir nt Cor.
Xo. 1 whence U. S. L. M. Xo. 2031
brs. S. 07 deg. 20 min. B. 200.(1 feet.
Thenco S. 07 dcg. 12 mln. W. 1454
feet to cor. No. 2, thenco N. 22 deg.
48 mln. W. 000 feet to cor. No. 3,
thenco N. 07 deg. 1C mln. B. 1431
feet to cor. No, 4, thenco H, 22 deg.
48 min. B. (500 feet to cor. No. 1, the
place of beginning, nrca 20.027 acres.
KBYWTO.NK lode, iipginning nil or.
Xo. 1. whence V. S. L. M. No. 2031
brs. S. 07 deg. 20 r.. 2011.(1 feet,
thence 8. 07 deg. 12 mln. W. 1401 ft.
to Cor. No. 2, thence H. 22 deg. 48
mln. B. 000 feet to Cor. No. 3, tlieuec
N. 07 deg. 12 mln. B. 1401 ft. to Cor.
No. 4, thence X. 22 deg. 48 mln. W.
COO ft. to cor. No. 1, the place or
beginning, nrca 20.U27 ncres.
JOICBU lode, beginning nt ror. xo.
1. whence U. H. L. M. No. 2031 brs.
8. 41 deg. e8 mln. B. 083.07 feet,
thenco S. nO deg. 28 mln. K. icm II.
to cor. No. 2, thenco 8. 4 deg. 32
mln. W. 000 ft. to cor. No. 3, thence
N. 80 deg. 28 mln. W. 1000 ft. to
cor. No, 4, thence N. 4 deg. .12 mln.
B. COO ft. to cor. No. 1, the place of
beginning, area 20.001 acres.
This claim is bounded on the North
by Very Top lode unsurveyed, O. A
Enilgn clnimnnt, and V. S. Land; 011
the cnit and south by 11. 8. I,hiH
and on tho west by South Tip Top lode,
uriMirveyed nnd V. fi. Land. Tho lo
cation notices nro recorded as followsi
TIP TOP, Hook 00 of mines page 43,
KtJYHTONIJ, Hook 50 of mine jwgi.
44, JOKEK, Hook 00 nf mines page
40, Records of Yavapai County, Arl
zona. PRANK II. PARKER,
HegUter.
First pub. (W) Sept, fl.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
for
UNITED STATER PATENT.
MINERAL APPLICATION No. 010200
Survey No. 2012.
United Htntch I.nml Office, 1
Phoenix, Arizonn, Sept, 1, 1011,
Notice Is hereby given that T. 0.
NORRIS, whoso Post Office nddreis
is Prescott, Arizona, has, made ap
plication for 11 patent to the iAYA-
I'AI lode, hiirvnv Mo. 1!U1L', In tlie
lliisMiyiimpn Mining uistrict, vavn-
pal County, Arizona, described as
follows:
Heglnning nt Cor. No. 1, whence
U. S. L. M. Xo. 1, bri. N. ll dog. 33
mln. B. 1702.3 fet: thonce K. 2
deg. 40 mln. B. 340.7 fi't to Cor. No.
2t thence S. 30 deg. .lb mln. W.
1370.4 feet to Cor. No. 3: thenco N.
20 deg. 40 mln W. 403 feet to Cor.
No. 4; thenco N. 44 deg. K, 1313.02
feet to Cor. No. 1, tho plnco of be.
ginning.
This claim is located on unsur
veyed land approximately In Section
13, Township 12 N. It. 2 W. Hnsa
yampa Mining District, Yavapai.
County, Arizona, In tho Prescott Na
tional Forest.
This claim is bounded on the North
by Survey Xo. 1000, Johnny and
Hoot Owl lodes: on the Bait by Sur
vey No. 1000, Dakotn lode: on tho
South by Lot No. 01, Cash lod and
on the West by Lot No. 01, II, J.
Glenn lode.
Tho amended notice of locntlon of
said Yavapai lodo Is recorded In
Hook 80 of Mines, pngo 520, In tho
offico of the County Recorder of
Yavnpal County, Arizona.
The total nren of said
claim 11.710 Acres
Area in conflict with
Hur. Nn. 1000 Hoot
Owl lode 0 331 '
Arrn In conflict with
Survey No. 1000 John-
liy lodo 1.... 0.703
Area In common ronOlet
with Sur. No. 1CO0
Hoot Owl niul Johnny
lodes 0.113
Net area in rouflitt with
Sur. Xo. 10(10 Hoot
Owl and Johnny lades 0M!
Net areas of Yavapai
lodo after deducting
net area In conflict
with Stir. No. WOO
Hoot Orrl asid Johnny
Lodes 10.701
FRANK It. PARKKRR,
eg1Ur.
Flm pub. (W) K4.pt, 13.
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