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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18,1911 NORTHERN ARIZONA MINES By CHAS. A. DINSMORE, Field Correspondent of the Journal-Miner LEWIS LOOP IS VITWED WITH FAVOR "SVICKEXBURG. Ariz.. Oct. 11. The Hite mine, nine miles from Wick- enburg, is the deepest property in the section, development at this time aggregating 530 feet on the incline of the vein, giving backs of 350 feet vertical. The vein is a typical fis sure, the ore free gold. The vein has its characteristic vagaries, sometimes jinching down to a few inches, again widening to many feet, the average being three feet, trending practically east and west and dipping to the north about 30 degrees. The gangue is a white quartz in a porphyric in trusion with altered granite surround ing. The country is here the primary granites of the Bradshaw quadrangle, the first and oldest formation. Later there were intrusions of Alaskite, a fine grained granitic rock showing secondary silicification in many plac es, and occurring in dykes. Later a faulting disturned these dykes of Alaskite and the King Solomon vein on which the Hite mine is located was formed in the fault. At a still later period there was another move vent causing moTe faulting, and mak ing the step-faults noted throughout the property and causing the warpiug and curving on the King Solomon vein noted on the fourth and fifth levels. This latter disturbance, in the .1 R. J. Rice is manacer and his son. Eugene, is consulting engineer. Noth ing has been done since 1908. The principal owner, Mr. Hite, recently died; and U is believed the heirs and other owners will cause opera tions to resume this fall. The prop erty is well situated on a good road; abundance of water is developed in the mine; ample accommodations for management and employes; first elass assaying plant. The arrangements for handling the water are economical and so conducted as to give conveni ence in the mine and camp. The work in the mine has been excellent and substantial; little timbering was nec essary as the ground holds well. There is a feasible mill site down the hill from the collar of the shaft. It was tho original intention of the owners to sink 1000 feet and deter mine extent of all the ore bodies and rich shoots, but this may now be changed. As the ore is ideal for mill ing and cyanide, and as there is suf ficient to justify a plant, it is thought probable one will be installed and the ore milled- while development pro ceeds. The management is excellent, and the property should be made a goo'd producer. Blue Dump Mine. The Fleet mine, better known as opinion of Consulting Engineer Eu- the "Blue Dump." is owned by C. gene Rice, had much to do with the ! W. Piatt of Wickenbnrg and is but mineralization of the .King Solomon j a short distance from the Monarch, vein and especially in the making of . There are six claims. The country is (From Friday's Daily.) "Lewis' Loop" on the territorial highway at Senator mountain is cre- I ating very much comment among travelers for beautiful scenic effects and for high class engineering. This ber of Pennsylvania coal operators. ; portion of the riad is particularly WICKENBURG DISTRICT viewed with much favor by miners and travelers a4 it affords a radical de parture from old time methods of CAPITAL AWAITS EESTJLT OF ELECTION (From Thursday's Daily.) M. V. Watson, general manager of the Prescott Gas and Electric com pany, who has returned from a month's trip to the t astern states, in a statement yesterday says that the admission of Arizona to statehood is being generally discussed and given much earnest consideration especially by the investing element. He was communication. As the road ascends I informed by many that if a conserva the hill it forms a serpentine route tive administration followed from'the similar to the switchbacks on the first state election, capital would be the ore shoots. Water level is found at 500 feet, the vein being entirely oxidized to this point and to the greater depth attained, here is only gold and silver, proportions being an ounce of granite. There arc three veins, the general strike being north and south and almost vertical. There has been done here about 300 feet of work. The ore is eopptr-gold. Some 100 tons of ore have been taken out in silver to an ounce of gold. In the J development and estimates are that , A - 1 - t 1 - j A AAA J - - . 1 . X - Bradshaw Mountain railway and at no point from the Hassayampa to the summit is the grade more than G per cent. The roadbed is fourteen feet wide which insures convenience to traffic. Early this week a delegation of j twenty residents of this city and other forthcoming for investment in the varied industries. If, on the other hand, there was a disposition shown to assume a departure from that principle, the influx of capital that was expected, would most assuredly be a great disappointment. Mr. Watson also states that the outside points visited the loop, and 1 recent shakeup of the large corpora were conducted over the completed I tions has ariftcd investors away from - P 1 1 . , T A and uncompleted portions by H. M. Lewis, constructing engineer. All were pronounced in their admiration of the beautiful panoramic effect as well did they commend Mr. Lewis and his work. When completed the loop will be seen either from the summit or base of Senator mountain at three points. After an instructive j two hours' investigation the visitors j were entertained at dinner by Mr. Lewis at his headquarter?. Over 200 men are employed in Trenberth's camps, and good progress is being made. many of those eastern localities, and there is evident a strong desire to go to new fields, such as are offered in the new state of Arizona, under the conditions above stated. The character of the men to be elected is, accordingly, awaited with very much interest throughout the eastern states, where capital is directly interested in the result. 'MACHINERY FOB i V. S. NAVY MINE ARRIVES SPORT OF KINGS TO BE LEADING FEATURE i (From Thursday" Daily) Two carloads of mine machinery, consisting of a large hoist, pumps, 1000 feet of lG-pound steel rails and MINERAL APPLICATION No. 015169 , other utilities, to be nsed in the op- . . ! erating of the U. S. Xavv mine in PHOEXIX, Ariz., Oct. 11. The n x v . . . , . Copper BaSin district, arrived at racing program for the Seventh An- 0, . , ' . , f " Skull valley vesterdav. In a few 111.11 till! iu Uf IJtrju ill 1 ilUfXilA . U vember (itli to 11th has just been days it will be freighted to the MniTK distant sit milp-'. "mil pn rnnfo made public by the board of fair com-: , . - , , . . . 1 ; . . from the east is another heavy ship- vein at intervals are found mangan ese dioxide and hematite, due to the oxidation of the pyrite. The ore varies in value from SO cents a ton to as many dollars, and will average above $10. Besides the 550-foot shaft there has been done 1000 feet of drifting on the 100 evel; 300 on the 200; 700 on the 500, and a crosscut now in 100 feet. All but the latter is actually in ore. The property is owned by a num-j 40,000 tons are in sight in one of the claims. The principal values are in gold running "from 42 to $10, with about 3 per cent of copper. The veins are fissures. Little has been done on this property for some years excepting assessments, but there is .un.ireu Harness norses Irom I Gf0 c Qthfj. 'Xotice is hereby given, that TIP 'ship Twelve (12) X.. Range s of the United State, have cal,italistf, aml the inteDt; Js tQ TOP-HEATII MIXIXG Sc MILLIXGjw.. on unsurveyed land in for these event?. , . . , . . . . I Co. by . . ROSS, its Atty-m-icott Xational Forest, and a Vrizona Copper Stake race J 'er' 'tern of develop- .act of Prescott. Arizona, has madeied on all sides by United S missioners and includes racing events for purses aggregating over $20,000. Three hundred harness horses from all parts entered The Arizona Copp. one for 2:19 trotters and one for 2:12 pacers will, of course, be the all-star attraction of the races. Each are for a purse of $3000 and there are so many entries that the present in dication is that both the trot and meat of macbinery The mine Jias been taken over bv United States Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona, August 11, 1911. Xotico is hereby given, that John W. Dougherty, of "San Diego, Califor nia, by John J. Hawkins, his Attor- ney-in-iact, wihoso post office ad-' dress is Prescott, Arizona, has made application for a United States Pat ent for the Little. Copper Xo. 2. and Little Copper Xo. 3, Lode Mining -n in w ti ouitcj .u. Liij con taining Gold and Copper, situate in tho Hassayampa. Mining District, Yavapai County, Arizona, covering 3000 feet, unsurvcyed, approximately in sections 1 & 3G, T. 12 & 13 X.. R 3 W., in Prescott Xational Forest, and more particularly described as follows: Little Copper Xo. 2: Be ginning at Oor. Xo. 1, whence the theoretical point for the S. W. Cor. of Sec. 31, T. 13 X.. R. 2 W. on the 3rd Standard Parallel Xortb, bears S. 85 Deg. 32 Min. E. 45S.G ft. and U. S- L. M. Xo. 2024, bears S. SS Deg. 23 Min. E. 5G82.3 ft; thence X. GO Deg. 46 Min. W. 600 ft. to Cor. Xo. 2; thenco S. 23 Deg. 14 Min. W. 1500 ft to Cor. Xo. 3; thence S. GO Deg. 4G Min. E. 600 ft. to Xo. 4; thenco X. 23 Deg. 14 Min. E. 1500 ft. to beginning, containing 20.661 acres. Little Copper Xo. 3: Beginning at Cor. Xo. 1, whence theoretical point for S.W. Cor. of Sec. 31, T. 13 X., R. 2 W., on tho Third Standard Par allel Xorth) bears X. 3 Deg. 31 Min. E. 491.1 ft. and V. S. L. M. Xo. 2024 bears X. S6 Deg. 01 Min. E.. 5265.7 ft.; thence X. 6G Deg. 46 Min. W. GOO ft. to Cor. Xo. 2; thence S. 23 Deg. 14 Min. W. 1500 ft. to Oor. Xo. 3; thence S. 6G Deg. 46 Min. E. 600 ft. to Cor. Xo. 4; thence X. 23 Deg. 14 Min. E. 1500 ft. to beginning; containing 20.G61 acres. Xotice of iocauon or .untie copper .o. z isi recorded in Book oO of Mines, Page 43S, and Little Copper Xo. 3 in Book 50 of Mines, at Page 439, Records of NOTICE OF APPLICATION for UNITED STATES PATENT. MINERAL APPLICATION No. 015289" Survey Xo. 2913. United States Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona, Sept. 1, 1911. Xotice is hereby given that T. G. XORRIS, whose Post Office address is Prescott, Arizona, has made appli cation for a patent to the HIGH LINE Xo. 1, HIGH LIXE Xo. 2. HIGH LIXE Xo. 3 and HIGH LIXE Xo. 4 Lodes, survey Xo. 2913, in tho Ilassayampa Mining District, Yava pia County, Arizona, described as fol lows: "HIGH LIXE Xo. 1," beginning at Cor. X"o. 1, whence U. S. L. M. Xo. 1G91 brs. X". 56 deg. 49 min. W 3S44.15 feet; thence S. 63 deg. 23 min. E 600 feet to cor. Xo. 2; thence S. 26 deg. 32 min. W. 1140 feet to cor. Xo. 3; thence X. 63 deg. 28 min. W. GOO feet to cor. Xo. 4; thence X. 26 deg. 32 min. E 1140 feet to cor. Xo. 1, the place of beginning. "HIGH LIXE Xo. 2," beginning at Cor. Xo. 1. whence U. S. L. M. Xo. 1691 brs. X. 40 deg. 55 min. W. 4133.22 feet; thence S. C3 deg. 2S min. E. GOO feet to cor. Xo. 2; thence S. 26 deg. 32 min. W. 1500 feet to cor. Xo. 3; thence X. 63 deg. 28 .min. W. GOO feet to cor. Xo. 4; thence X. 26 deg. 32 min. E 1500 feet to cor. Xo. , the place of be giniing. "HIGH LIXE Xo. 3." beuinninc- at Cor. Xo. 1, whence U. S. L. M. Xo. 1691, brs. X. 55 deg. 3G min. W. 324S.G feet; thence S. 63 deg. 2S min. E. 600 feet to cor. Xo. 2: thence S. 36 deg. 54 min. W. 1467 feet to cor. Xo. 3; thence X. 63 des. 2S rain. W. 600 feet to cor. Xo. 4; thence X. 36 deg. .i4 mm. E. 14G7 feet to cor. Xo. CAMERON IS GREETED IN MILE HIGH CITY (From Wednesday's Daily.) Ralph H. Cameron, republican can didate for the United States senate, Tnti S! WilUnmc nf Tiishpp. who will have no opposition for the nomination of congressman, and E. S. DcPass, of Phoenix, candidate for corporation commissioner, arrived in the city yes terday morning from Flagstaff, and continued their journey south this morning. They have not formally opened their campaigns and their visit at this time is more of a friend ly call upon friends than otherwise and to prepare for the coming De cember election, neither having any opposition within their party for the offices they seek. This !s Mr. Cameron's first visit to the city since congress adjourned and since the statehood question has been definitely settled. He was ex tended a very warm greeting from many friends and particularly from those of opposite political belief, for his zealous work in congress in be half of the territory, and for his work for statehood, which has tri umphed after one of the most memor able fights that has ever been made in congress. Later Mr. Cameron will formally open his campaign and ad dress the people of this city. "Jack" Williams, as he is familiar ly addressed in Cochise county, is so prominently and popularly known, that his candidacy for congress meets with a generausf response from his party to make the race without any opposition. He is the district attor ney of that county, and was elected with a handsome vote, while the ma jority of the democratic ticket was successful. He is a young man of high legal attainments and an able orator. Mr. Williams is a truly western man, and has those pleasing characteristics which make him friends wherever he goes or wherever he is known. In his own county his pop ularity is conceded by those of tho opposite party, and in the coming election those who stood by him in 190S will hew to the same line in 1911. He 'also will deliver a series of addresses in this county after the primaries. Mr. DePass is a resident of Phoe nix, and is widely known lor integ rity and ability. At present he is a member of the Arizona Railway com mission, which responsible duty he fills to the letter of the law. His entry into the political arena for the ofice he seeks was due to the influ- a movement now in this district that , pace will have to be started in two will probably result in the Blue Dump J divisions'. Of the horses new to Arizona. Vernon McKinney, a Canadian horse, is probably the most famous of the ' entries. Then there is Don Pronto, being taken over and operated as it should be. It is well located and indications are all in its favor. cntial pressure of many of the lead ing business men of his city and without regard to political affilia tions. Under these conditions he .sub mits his name to the voters for elec tion. , TWO SHILDREN ARE BtmNED TO DEATH (From Thursday ' Daily.) Yesterday afternoon at Humboldt, two human lives were sacrificed in a fire that occurred in the two-room dwelling occupied by a negro woman known as "Virgie," which was one of the saddest holocausts that has ever occurred in this section. At the time of the fire the mother was away, and when several men ran to the rescue of the two children, one a boy of four years and the other his sister only one year old. a ghastly sight met their gaze. The two chil dren were found near, the door, the little one lying on top of the eldest. Their bodies were badly charred. It is the supposition of those who went to the place that the eldest child made a heroic effort to save his sister, and had nearly accomplished his obect when both were overcome. The mother afterward stated that her boy must have attempted to rescue the girl, from the position of the two bodies when found, who was in the adjoining room where . the youngest was left alone a few min ntes before. Xo cause is given for the fire, the woman stating that when she left the place the stove had been cold for several hours. The building was burned to the ground, being old and of light construction. of Oregon, and Teddy Bear, of south ern California. There will be several big stables on the ground, the largest probably the one owned by the Dur fees of Los Angeles, and a close second the stable controlled by Dick McMahan, of Libertyvllle. Illinois. A few days ago at Sacramento. 1. the place of beginning. "HIGH LIXE Xo. 4." becinnintr lavapai county, Arizona. There are,"1, ""f"1"" v. u. ji. .o. no known adjoining claims and this 1"91. lrs- X. 30 deg. 53 min. W. claim is surrounded bv United States 1 3505-"3 feet; thence S. G3 deg. 23 Public Domain. " min. E. 600 feet to cor. Xo. 2; thence FRAX KH. PARKER. s- 7 deg. 27 min. W. 1266.47 feet to Register oor- Xo tl,enee X- ,,e?- 25 min First publication August lli , t I MINERAL APPLICATION Ha-oW"' ?' tto Hassayampa Mining District, Yava- United States Land Offiee, ;pai County. Arizona, approximately i-uurmi, -trizuna. Aug. zo. mil. in section Twentv-Two (22). Town- go Two (2 the Pres- are bound- ?titoc mo ment as weJi as to treat the many application for patent to the TIPIlic domain, thousands of tons of ore on the dump 1 T9 KKYSTOXE and JOKER lode Location notices are recorded in that contain good values in zinc and XT m ' !"? f . 1 ?ecoder of . r. - lawii'ai .oiiniy, .vrizona, as 101 apai County. Arizona, approximately jows. in iwp. s it. l r., unsnrveyed, de- "HIGH LIXE Xo. 1." in Book CO i of Mines at page 200; tablished immediately and as soon asiVo , C;ee r q T 7 "U v o-i .uu".11 l'UNh -NO- - (amended ossible a..,ive m,k will be stated . I T' r. ' !."ce in Book SS of lfine a W Under consideration is the locating j Thence S. 67 deg. 12 min. W. 1454 ""'high LIXE o 3" (amended of a power generating plant at the . in. 000 1 eel'T c. Xo?t;"iCe) in Bk SG" 'f nC at railroad station in skull Valley. All thence X. 67 desr. 12 min. E. 1454 VtTT,, tt . ,. - , m 1 1 1 1 iiivr. vii - in i(in f '03: claims are as .K.uu.Kuii.r. "HIGH LIXE Xo. 1." total area No. 1, whence I. S. L. M. u. 2931 115700 acres- brs. S. 57 dec. 25 E. 259.6 feet., "iitAtt V.tvt? v o .i - . ' I I11VI II Ul.Xi . lUliil illCib tb lead. Mr. Meee while in the citv vester- 1 !1. , It Anx- cn,.l tfca .. 1,0 1 senoeu as lonow.s: TIP TOP lode, beginning at Cor. appliances at the mine will be pro-, feet to cor. Xo. 4, thence S. 22 deg. (50 "rVne, ,t o0i pelled by steam, with oil as the fnel.!4S n,in- E. COO feet to cor. Xo. 1. the, Th , ' l, .place of beginning, area 20.027 acres. ; fn.7 NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS OF YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA Office of the Treasurer and Tax Collector af Yavapai County, Arizona Prescott, Ariz., Sept. ISth, 1911. Xotice is hereby given, that the Billy Durfee took the famous Copa ' "Duplicate Assessment Roll" of the I beginning, area 20.027 acres. de Oro. the star of his stable out on j County of Yavapai, for the year 1911 1 . J0KEK Ioile beginning at cor. X.,a ,re'd: f 7, 97S . , i-i ie -i 1 - - , 1 whence U. S. L. M. o. 2931 brs., 11 rD--tr ir ti the track and drove, a naif mile injis now in my possession and on file I g 41 S mjn 583 07 feet iKANK il. ' fhaniia V (IT . on I ' ... ; W Til . ... , j . . n.i, i. n ,in npriST nrM in fnnfYlrt -ari to cor. o. Uienee O. UCg. 4S WMi line Xo. 4 T.nd. .746 ni.r. mm. E. COO feet to Cor. No. 3. thence w.rjTr-ir itt - .. ,r N. Gi deg. 12 min. E. 14u4 ft. to Cor.jlf)S7C aeres. Xo. 4, thence X. 22 dec. 48 min. W. "i i,tA.t, tt-t , i.., i . .. . . mini iii.r. ,m. total area. 1 mm Tr rn inr I inn niinn nr acres; Total and net area of claims asi- 5SVi seconds. He writes his friends here that he is anxious to get to the Phoenix track and barring sickness and an accident to his horse he is confident he will do a mile that will make the whole race world set up and take notice. The racing program is divided over the entire six days of fair week but it is given in the afternoons after the crowd has had ample opportunity to visit the twenty different exhibit departments and view the thousands of exhibits there on display. min. W. GOO ft. to cor. Xo. thence r:n my office for the collection of thence S. 85 dec. 2S min. E. 1500 ft. taxes levied therein; that said taxes , to cor. Xo. 2, thence S. 4 deg. 32 will become delinquent on the "Third Monday" in December 1911, and unless paid on or before that date, delinquent tax interest will be added, and sixty days thereafter ac tion to collect the same, including Attorney's fees, will be commenced JOHN LAMBERT SLALMED BY DEATH REPORT OF RICH DISCOVERY IS CONFIRMED (From 'Friday's Dally) Ed. Block, owner of the Christmas mine, which adjoins the Climax, on the Hassayampa, with other miners of that district has returned from an examination of the new strike in the face of tunnel Xo. 3, that is being extended under contract. They re port that five feet of a high grade sulphide ore carrying a good per centage of free gold has been devel oped, the discovery being the best that has ever been made on the property. Mr. Block states that the tunnel now in 110 feet, has been in ore all the way and the present splendid showing was not unexpected as the ore body has been improving since the last contract was let a short time ago. Ho contemplates driving the tunnel until 500 feet is reached which will give great depth on tho fissure. (From Frlflay's Daily.) John Lambert, a machinist by occu pation and a recent arrival from the Ray mines in southern Arizona, was found dead in his room at the Gold en Eagle hotel yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. The appearance of the body indicated that he passed away suddenly and a coroner's jury ren dered a verdict that death was due to natural causes. Mr. Lambert was in poor health, and to friends the evening before complained of heart troubles from which he had been suffering for many vears. He form- ARKER, Register. First pub. (W) Sept. 20. NOTICE OF APPLICATION for UNITED STATES PATENT; r. .1 .1 TT o T .1 mi.. I. r""" " V "-- " uuu u- - tf?u- "c '"-iXORRIS, whose Post Office address cor. Xo. 4, thence X. 4 deg. 32 min.j E. GOO ft. to cor. Xo. 1, the place of I beginning, area 20.G61 acres. : l1vTv!.la5S10Unae'1 0U n"rh MINERAL APPLICATION No. 015290 by ery Top lode unsurveyed, O. A.;qrv. Xo 00,0 Ensign claimant, and U. S. Land; oni .. v c. " " 7 , the east and sontk by U. S. Land I LniteJTS'a'fI r.'a?d : .... n::i and on the west hv So.Tth Tm Ton ' . . .waraa, cepu. i,i-Jii, 1 11 1 11 c iii u'vi mini ui kuc luuiiu ' 1 I ' . of li'e .Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for the County of Yavapai, and if not paid before Judgment the property upon which such tax is a lien will be sold under execution to satisfy such tax, interest costs and Attorney's fees. Such taxes are payable at my of fice, in the Court House, in the City of Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona, on any day except Sundays and holi days, between the hours of nine o' clock in the forenoon and five o' clock ic the afternoon. A. J. HERXDOX, County Treasurer and Ex-Officio Tax Collector of Yavapai Coun ty, Arizona. cation notices are recorded as follows: TIP TOP, Book 50 of mines page 43, KEYSTOXE, Book 50 of mines page 44. JOKER, Book 50 of mines page 45, Records of Yavapai County, Ari zona. FRAXK n. PARKER, Register. First pub. (W) Sept. G. is Prescott. Arizona, has made ap plication for a patent to the YAVA PAI lode. Survey Xo. 2912, in the Hassayampa Mining District, Yava pai Connty, Arizona, described as follows: Beginning at Cor. Xo. 1, whence U. S. L. M. Xo. 1. brs. X. 9 deg. 33 MINERAL APPLICATIONNO.015347I-- tt X. United htates Land Office, Phoe-;2: thence S. 39 dee. 31' min. W. MINERAL APPLICATION NO. 015628 United States Land Office, Phoenix Arizona, Sept. 28, 1911 erlv worked at his trade in Jerome -,,Jllle nereoy K,ven, mat k. n I T) .. . r. A. T"- . a 1 . and other mining camps of this conn-, rcou. .Arizona, nas iij.iur .ijipin'uuuii ior patent to ine ty. He left considerable property named in a will drawn by himself. He was an inventor and many of his models were found among his effects. He was about 57 years old and was a native of Durham county, England, where relatives reside. THIEVES HELD TO GRAND JURY (From Wednesday's Dally) In the examination held at Ash Fork Tuesday of Ed. Marshall and Robert Linden, accused of stealing $125 from John Honey, both were bound over to the grand jury in the sum of $300 which they failed to give, and were brought to the county jail yesterday. The accused men of fered no evidence and six witnesses testified to seeing them commit the WIRE GOLD lode mining claim, sur vey Xo. 292S, situated in Malapai Mining District, Yavapai County, Arizona, approximately in sec. 23. T. 13 X. R. 4. E. Prescott Xational Forest, described as follows. Begin ning at Cor. Xo. 1 whence U. S. L. M. Xo. 292S brs. X. 59 deg. 47 min. E. 4G0.4 feet. Thence S. 5S deg. 40 min. W. COO feet to eor. Xo. 2 thence, X 31 deg. 20 mm. W 147C feet to cor. Xo. 3. thence, X 5S deg. 40 min. E GOO feet to cor. Xo. 4 thence, S 31 deg. 20 min. E 147G feet to cor. Xo. 1 the place of be ginning. Area 20.331 acres. This claim is bounded on the Xorth, East, and West by U. S. Land and on the South bv Wire Gold Ext. South unsurveyed, T. R. Loomis claim ant. The location notice is rccordeu in Book 22 of mines rage 6 & 7 Rec- nix, Arizona, September 11, 1911 Xotice is hereby given that Patrick Kearney, whose Post Office address is Crown King, Arizona, has made application for patent to 163 linear feet of the KEARXEY FRACTIOX lode mining claim, Survey Xo. 2902, in Tiger Mining District, Yavapai County, Arizona, section 27, Twp. 10 X. R. 1 W. unsurveyed, Prescott Xa tional Forest. Described as follows: Beginning at Cor. Xo. 1 whence: M cor. between sect. 22, 27, T. 10 X. R. 1 W. brs. X. 10 deg. 3S min. E. 3677.S feet, thence X. 81 deg. 10 min. W. 574 ft. to cor. Xo. 2; thence S. 33 deg. 50 min. W. 163 ft. to cor. Xo. 3; thence S. 61 deg. 10 min. E. 574 ft. to cor. Xo. 4; thence X. 33 deg. 50 min. E. 1G3 ft. to cor. Xo. 1 the place of beginning. Area 2.140 acres, less area in conflict with Sim mon's location on the Tiger Lode Lot Xo. 46. .225 acres. Xct area of claim 1.915 acres. The location not ice is recorded in Book S6 of Mines, page 209, Records of Yavapai Coun ty, Arizona. This claim is bounded on the Xorth by sur. Xo. 11S2 Kearney lode, on the East by U. S. Land, on the South by Lot Xo. 46 Simmohs Location on the Tiger Lode and U. S. Land, and on the West by U. S. Land. FRAXK n. iPARKER, Register. First Pub. (W) Sept. 20. 1379.4 feet to Cor. Xo. 3; thence X. 29 deg. 40' min W. 453 feet to Cor. Xo. 4; thence X. 44 deg. E. 1343.52 feet to Cor. Xo. 1, the place of be ginning. This claim is located on unsur veyed land' approximately in Section 13j Township 12 X. R. 2 W. Hassa- iyampa Mining District, lavapa-. County, Arizona, irr the Prescott Xa tional Forest. This claim is bounded on the Xortb by Survey Xo. 1660, Johnny and ifoot Owl lodes; on the East by Sur vey Xo. 1955, Dakota lode; on the South by Lot Xo. 51, Cash lode; and on the West by Lot Xo. G4, H. J. Glenn lode. The amended notice of location of said Yavapai lode is recorded in Book SG of Mines, page 229, in the office of the County Recorder of Yavapai County, Arizona. The total area of said claim 11.74G Area in conflict with Sur. Xo. 16G0 Hoot Owl lode 0 33.1 Area in conflict with Survey Xo. 1G60 John ny lode 0.795 Area in common conflict with Sur. Xo. 1660 Hoot Owl and Johnny lodes "0.143 Xet area in conflict with Sur. Xo. 1660 Hoot Acre: -..la ,. Tl. .... i i.nt.a 1 1 u u m 1 . 1 11 1 air inuiT3iuiiiii iiiiiiu? I . . . - a . ' 'ords 01 Yavapai County, Arizona, ana are said to nave spent tlie money FRAXK H. PARKER lavishly along the railroad after leav- Register, ing Ash Fdrk. 'F-'rst Pub. 'w) Oct. 4. E. E.BURLfNGAiYlE & Co. I Tl?Z3' KSAVnFFTf.F .A?"fAl L after deducting Established in Colorado, 1866. Samples by mail or exprcMrecchre prompt and careftrl attention. Gold And Silver Bullion Refined, Melted and Assayed or Purchased Concentration Tests 100 lbs. or Cai Tviod Tf. WH fn fnr.Tprmn. I lS-1738 Lawrenoe St. DENVER. COLt I First pub. VW) Sept. 13. net area in conflict with Sur. Xo. 160 Hoot Owl and Johnny Lodes 10.761 " FRAXK H. PARKKER, Register.