WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 21, 1021
(From TVedneeday's Daily)
Wayne Ritter of the Arizona Cattle
company at Hillside, is passing sev
eral days in this city on business.
Mayer Mining M3n
Joseph L. Warner, mining man
from Mayer, is making a short busi
ness visit to Prescott.
To Go South
A. A. Johns is planning to go to
Phoenix today to attend the indus
trial convention at the capital.
E. E. Nash, produce merchant, is
here from Phoenix on business. He
is staying at the Congress hotel.
Oscar Mulvenon left the city last
night for Pueblo, Colo., where he in
tends to remain for some time.
J. Rubcshaw, resident of Cotton
wood, is passing several days in this
city on business.
Chas. Jf. Clopton, Phoenix merch-
Return from Riverside
F. S. Viclc, president of the Ari
zona Power company, and M. V.
Watson, general manager of the
company, have returned here from
Riverside, Calif., where they attended
the recent meeting of the League of
Go to North
J. F. Purdy, general track inspector
of the Santa Fc coast lines, and J.
A. Rohrcr of the Wickenburg Santa
Fe office, today, will go north on an
inspection trip. Inspector Purdy has
replaced J. E. McNeil, who was in
jured in the motor-car accident" near.
Returning to Phoenix
J. S. Withers, a firm member of
the J. E. Battery company of Phoe
nix, former supervisor and former
highway commission secretary of
Mohave county, yesterday morning
went to Phoenix, en route to his
home from Kingman, where he has
been on business. He is accom
panied by his two sons, Maurice and
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gilbert, of business.
Humboldt, arc nassintr several davs Returns to Prescott
he expects to remain some time on , From the East
C. W. Barnes arrived vesterdav
Jack Quinlan, mining man of King
man, is among visitors in this city
on business, arriving late Thursday.
On Shopping Business
ant, is passing several days in Pres- R' C Buck of. Fort Whipple,
cott oh a short business trip.
J. H. Reeves, well known cattle
man from Cienego creek, yesterday
drove into Prescott on a short busi
In New York
"Mr. A. W. Davis," says the Penn
sylvania Register, "president and
manager of , the Williamson Valley
Farms company, of Prescott, Ariz.,
is registered at Hotel Pennsylvania."
Mr. Davis is in New York on busi
ness in conection with the develop
mcnt of the Williamson valley irriga
tion project of the company.
Miss Viola Mittendorf and Miss
Annie Taylor are visitors in Pres
cott from Walker, shopping for the
Mr. and Mrs. L. Frank Wilson
were in Prescott last night, attend
ing the open house dance at the Elks
lodge. They motored in from Mayer.
To Washington i
Mrs. -' Milton Tjpdegraff of Pine
Crest last night went to Seattle,
Wash., where she intends remaining
for an extended visit.
To New York
Mr. Dimlce of Whipple Barracks
left last night for New York where
he will visit relatives during the
From San Diego
C. W. Mcrritt is registered at the
Head hotel for a few days. He is
connected with the Simpson. Con
struction company of San Diego.
M. A. Patterson, cashier of the
Bank of Clemenceau, was in Pres-'
cott on business from the Verde
valley town yesterday.
Jerome Visitor ,
Grant Dunlap, exalted ruler of the
Jerome Elks lodge, and manager of
the Clarkdale branch of the Stand
ard Oil company, was among busi
ness visitors here yesterday.
On Legal Affairs
Perry1 M. Ling, well known at
torney of Jerome, passed yesterday
in this city attending to legal mat
ters. From San Francisco
Fred Jamison- of the central office
of the Co-operative stores in San
Francisco is in this city on business
connected with the Prescott Co
From the South
Harry Spencer and T. H. Ayers
arc up from Phoenix to remain for
a few days on official business. They
arc with the regional office of the
veterans' bureau at Phoenix.
and Mrs. Buck were in Prescott yes
terday doing shopping.
J. T. Walker, prominent goat
raiser from Wagoner, was a business
visitor in Prescott yesterday.
Senator Larson and wife passed
through Prescott yesterday, driving
to Phoenix from the north.
' W. C. Borah of the Walker district
was in Frescott yesterday, driving
over on a short business trip.
R. W. Wingfield, well known
merchant of Jerome, was in Prescott
yesterday on business. Mr. Wing-
field is staying at the Head hotel.
John S. Boycr, well known cattle
man from Cherry, was in Prescott
yesterday with his family, doing
Mrs. James J. Stewart of this city
has returned from Gunnison, Colo.,
where she has been visiting for the
past 18 months.
Fred Cromwell, ticket agent at the
local railroad office, went to Phoenix
yesterday on business for the com
pany. On Motor Business
Frank E. Welch, southern Arizona
representative of the Chevrolet Mo
tors company, is here for a short
stay on business.
W. P. McLinne, who has been in
the city several days from West
Point, Va., has entered Whipple Bar
racks as a patient.
W. F. Karlslctter, who has been
visiting here for several days, yester
day went to Albuquerque, en route
to his home at Estancion, N. Mex.
The people of Miller valley are to
have a basket social Friday evening
at 8 o'clock at the school house. The
public is invited.
Cattleman in Prescott
Minor Bishop, a well known cattle
man from Willow Creek, was in
Prescott yesterday on business and
shopping for the holidays.
From Fair Oaks
Tom Anderson, rancher of the Fair
Oaks country, passed yesterday in
this city transacting business and
greeting friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Frenette of
Humboldt drove to Prescott Thurs
day night to attend the open house
dance given by the local Elks lodge.
Visiting Cowpuncher x
W. S. Rawlings of the rehabilita- "Bud" Ming, cow puncher of
tion division, U. S. Veterans' Bureau
at Fort Whipple, last night went to
Phoenix, en route to Los Angeles,
where he will visit for two weeks.
A. P. Jahn, former ranger at
Groom Creek and now stationed at
Johnson Wash, left last night for
his home in New York, where he
will visit during the holidays.
Mr. Pouli, formerly of Fort Whip
ple, is in town on business from
Casa Grande. He reports the men
who went to that district to home
stead land are doing well and like
the new project.
En Route West
En route to their home at Carmel-by-the-Sca,
the famous artistic colony
of California, Mr. and Mrs. C. K.
Van Riper arc passing several days
in this city. They are returning
from the east by automobile.
Goes to Phoenix
J. T. Riggs, from headquarters of
the Santa Fe coast lines in Los An
geles, yesterday went to Phoenix,
accompanied by Mrs. Riggs. He is
making a trip over this part of the
hues on company business.
Haynes, is visiting friends in Pres
cott, planning to remain in the city
for several days.
Dr. L. B. Dickson, district manager
for Parke, Davis & Co. of Detroit,'
Mich., came to Prescott yesterday on
From Groom Creek
H. Cannon, vocational ranger from
the Groom Creek district, came to
Prescott yesterday on vocational
Moved to Prescott
W. M. Roberts, commander of the
Ernest A. Love post, American Le
gion ,has moved from Humboldt to
Prescott and is now living at 411
East Willis street.
Dr. J. D. Jefferies and Gus Lar
son drove to Prescott yesterday from
their home in Williams and will re
main in this vicinity a few days on
a hunting trip.
From the East
Tom J. Anderson of the Central
Drug company, is expecting his wife
and baby this week from their home
in Chattanooga, Tenn. Mr. Ander
son plans to make Prescott his home.
in Prescott shopping and visiting.
They motored to the city Thursday
Goes to Jerome
O. II. Benner, Phoenix business
man who lias -been in this city for a
day or two on business, yesterday
made a short commercial trip to
Goes to South
C. A. League yesterday went to
the southern part of the state, con
cluding a visit of several days with
friends in this city. His home is in
Arriving from Ash Fork, Mrs. Re
becca O'Connell, her daughter, Mrs.
J. O'Rourke, and her son, Miles
O'Connell, are in this city for a short
stay, shopping for the holidays.
From Mint Valley
Richard Manders motored from
his home in Mint valley yesteYday to
this city, where he is looking after
business. Manders is engaged in
From Yeager Canon
Julius H. Warren, vocational
ranger, from Yeager Canon, came to
Prescott yesterday by appointment to
confer with H. B. Spencer of the vo
cational education department of the
veterans' bureau at Phoenix.
B. B. Shimonowsky and brother,
of the Fort Whipple post-exchange,
arc erecting a new post-exchange
building opposite the Red Cross
building, to be completed soon after
For "Four Horsemen"
F. W. McManus and A. B. Lamb,
advance agents for the famous film,
"The Four Horsemen of the Apoca
lypse," are in Prescott on business
with the Elks theater, where the film
will be shown presently.
Here for Winter
Arriving in Prescott from San
Pedro, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. B. R.
Espey will remain here "for the win
ter. Mr. Espey, a marine from the
U. S. S. Texas, will enter Whipple
Barracks, while Mrs. Espey will re
main in town.
The Diamond Hawaiian Musical
company drove through Prescott
yesterday, touring the country. The
company consits of five people. They
will show tonight in Kirkland and
then continue their trip through
Texas and California.
Legion Xmas Boxes'
The following American Legion
posts of this state are among the
first to send boxes filled with Christ
mas goodies to be distributed to the
ex-service men of Fort Whipple and
the city on Christmas day: Tomb
stone, Kingman, Wilcox, Clifton and
Christmas Boxes i i
Boxes and Christmas gifts coming
from American Legion posts of the
state to the Ernest A. Love post and
its women's auxiliary of this city for
distribution among ex-service men
will be stored at 119 North Cortez
street, at the Massing Coal company
office, according to Commander' W.
At Industrial Meet
Yavapai people who are attending
the industrial conference at Phoenix
include F. S. Viele, president of the
Arizona Power company; R. E. Tal
iy, general manager of the United
Verde; George A. Shea, superintend
ent of the Pioneer Home; Morris
Goldwater, mayor of Prescott; H. J.
Minhinnick, of Jerome; Gary Vyne,
of Vyne Bros.; R. K. Duffy, of the
United Verde at Clarkdale; C. T.
Joslin, oi the Arizona Mine Supply
Co.; W. F. Staunton, president of
the Verde Central; O. A. Carlson, of
Prescott; A. A. Johns, of Prescott;
and P. C. Keefc, of Clarkdale,
speaker of the house of representa
(From Saturday's Dally
From Crown King
Clark Story of Crown King came
to Prescott yesterday, planning to re
main here for a few days.
From Congress Junction
Mrs. Eli S. Perkins of Congress
Junction, motored to Prescott yes
terday, doing Christmas shopping.
E. J. Poley of Casa Grande, who
has been in the city for the past few
days, yesterday returned to the south.
From Haynes, Ariz.
Jeff Davis, from Haynes, Ariz.,
was in Prescott yesterday on busi
ness, also doing Christmas shopping.
Rancher in Town
Fritz Lee, well known rancher.
was in Prescott yesterday from the
Burnt ranch, shopping and looking
A Christmas program was given at
the Humboldt school house last
night, to which the public was in
vited. From Clarkdale
Mrs. W. S. Perkins, of Clarkdale,
was in Prescott yesterday visiting
friends and shopping for the holi
J. L. Vale, formerly of Fort Whip
Fred Cromwell of the local railroad
ticket office, returned yesterday from
Phoenix, where he has been on a
short business trip.
From South Carolina
F. E. Barbaum has returned from
a visit with home folks in South
Carolina, and has moved to Yavapai
Drive, in Pine Crest.
T. E. Peacock, with the Arizona
Power company at Mayer, was in
Prescott yesterday, coming over on
a short business trip.
Goes to Coast
Mrs. C. L. Stockin yesterday went
to Los Angeles, where she will pass'
E. J. Hanly of New York city is a
visitor in Prescott during the holi
days, joining Mrs. Hanly.
Henry Miller, well known rancher
of Hillside, passed yesterday- in
Prescott -on a short trip on business.
Visiting Merchant ,
H. W. Miller, Congress Junction
merchant, is in the city for a few
'days transacting, business and visiting
Returns to Coast " j
Frank R. Fields, who has been - in
Prescott for several days visiting
friends, yesterday returned to his
home in California.
C. N. Blcvins of the Simpson Con
struction company was in Prescott
yesterday on business. Mr. Blevins
is staying at the Head hotel.
Cattleman in Town
Nelson Puntcnney and his brother.
Charles, both cattlemen of Punten
ney, were in Prescott yesterday look
ing after business interests.
Mining Man Here
Joe Sarafini, of the Malapai Mm
mg company, wliosc properties are
located in the Kirkland district, was
a visitor here yesterday on business,
Ralph Williams was in the city on
a short visit yesterday from Bolada,
in the Turkey Creek district, where
he is developing mining properties,
Mrs. Tom J. Anderson and baby
arrived from their former home in
Tennessee yesterday. They expect
to make Prescott their future home,
From the East .
Cheyenne Kiser, well known cow
boy, arrived from Phoenix yesterday,
to remain in Prescott for some time.
He returned to Phoenix from the
Mining Man in Town
Jack Hayes, well known mining
man from the Walker district and
manager of the Bjg Dome mine, was
here yesterday on a brief business
Goat Raiser Here
James Muse, well known goat
rancher of Kirkland, motored to
Prescott yesterday on a visit to tran
sact business and shop for the holi
days. From Skull Valley
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Gist and
daughter from Skull Valley, where
Mr. Gist is ranching, yesterday mo
tored to Prescott, on business and
From El Paso
Mrs. Edward Bagley returned yes
terday from El Paso, where she has
been for the past few weeks. Mr.
Bagley remained in Texas for a short
time on business.
From Lonesome Valley
Shcpperd Hiscox, superintendent of
oad construction at the state high
way camp at Coyote Wash in Lone
some valley, was in Prescott yester
day on company business.
Returns to Prescott
A. B. Peach of the Prescott Engi
neering Construction company, yes
terday returned to Prescott from
Cottonwood, where the company is
, engaged in completing the Cotton
To Pass Holidays Here
Word has been received from Cap
tain Mallory, formerly eye, ear and
nose specialist at Fort Whipple, now
stationed at Fort Bayard, N. M.,
that he will pass the holidays in this
city with his relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Cromwell and family.
Return from Verde
L. L. Bates of the Granite Dells
section; C. P. Pickrcll, county agri
cultural agent; and H. B. Wales, su
pervisor of the Prescott National
forest, yesterday returned from tho
Verde valley, where they attended a
meeting of stockgrowcrs.
from his former home in Memphis,
lenn., where -he has been for the last
few months on an extended visit with
relatives and friends. t
Mrs. E. G. Sharpnack .and her
daughter, Miss Evelyn, motored to
Prescott yesterday from their home
in ' Kirkland, to visit Mrs. Sharp
nack's mother, Mrs. Benjamin Rob
inson, of this city.
H. A. Wagner, of the Grey Eagle
reduction j)lant in the Mayer district,
motored to Prescott yesterday to at
tend the Christmas dinner given last
night by the Prescott chapter -of the
American Association of Engineers.
Mining Man Here
R. E. Logan, of the Logan '& Nor
ton mine, near Congress Junction,
was a business visitor in Prescott
yesterday, bringing in a sample of
gold from his mine. Logan reports
that he has a new mill set up ready
G. H. Tuttlc and B. E. Spencer,
both of the veterans' bureau at Phoe
nix7 who have been in Prescott for
several days, last night went to Wil
liams, Flagstaff and Winslow, where
they will look after , the interests of
From Skull Valley
Miss Martha Cutler of Skull Valley
was in Prescott yesterday doing
Christmas shopping for the holidays.
Return to Perkinsville
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Perkins re
turned yesterday to their home in
Perkinsville, after shopping for the
past few days in Prescott.
To Fort Whipple
R. C. Smithson, night ticket agent
at the Santa Fe office here, has re
signed and accepted a position as
transportation clerk at Fort Whipple.
From Chino Valley
Tom and Arthur King of the King
Brothers' cattle outfit in the Big
Chino valley, yesterday motored to
Prescott on a short business trip.
Jack Hayes of the Big Dome mine
in the Walker district, with Mrs,
Hayes and their son "Dinty," in
Prescott yesterday, shopping for the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Rigden
and -family motored to Prescott yes
terday, from their home in Kirkland,
coming in on a business and shop
ping visit for the day.
Word has been received from
Joseph Berg, formerly of Fort Whip
ple, that he is soon returning to
Prescott from Tucson, where he has
been for the past few mouths.
Visits Aunt Here
Mrs. J. J. Waldhaus of Flagstaff
accompanied by Mr. Waldhaus and
their little -son, George, has been
the house guest here of her aunt,
Mrs. P. J. Phillips, of Pine Crest.
On Sick List
Mrs. W. M. Roberts, wife of Com
mander Roberts of the local legion
post, who has been ill at her home
To Thompson Valley
.Deputy Sheriff Grant Carter yes
terday made a short visit to Thomp
son Valley on civil business.
On Visit East
James Sheehan, section foreman for
the Santa Fe railroad, today will go
to Texas and other points, where. he
will visit on a vacation.
To the Coast
Mis. Bert Banks of Humboldt was
in Prescott yesterday, coming over
by motor to pass the day with
friends, and to shop for the holidays.
To Enter Whipple
John McKcnnie, formerly of Den
ver, is passing a few days in Pres
cott. He plans to enter Firt Whip
ple as a patient. f ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Grove of the
Shannon Copper company motored
to Prescott yesterday, passing the
day visiting, and shopping for the
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Haselfeld
passed yesterday in this city, coming
from their home at Kirkland, where
they are engaged in stock raising.
Returns from Chicago
R. E. Donovan, clerk of the board
of supervisors, has returned from
Chicago, where he made delivery of
Jerome city High school bonds to
the Chicago buyers.
From Walnut Grove
Wayne Thornburg, manager of the
Three Links cattle outfit, in Walnut
Grove, was in this city on business
Miss Mary Cromwell, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cromwell of this
city, ,has returned from Tucson,
where she has been attending the
University of Arizona. She will re-
main here during the holidays.
To the, Coast
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bamett, both
teachers in Prescott 'city Schools, arc
planning to visit Los Angeles, Cata
lina island, San Diego - and. other
places of interest on the coast, dur
ing Christmas vacation.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Depart - t of the Interior, V. S.
Laud Office at Phoenix, Arizona,
December 3, 1921. v
' Notice is hereby given that Ernest
Bensch, of Mayer, Arizona, who, on
November 14, 1921, made Homestead
Entry No. 052282, for Lots 5, 6, 7
and 8, Section 31, Township 12-N.,
Range 2-E. G. & S. R. B. and Merid
ian, has filed notice of intention to
make Three Year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described,
before Alex L Jones, U. S. Com
missioner, at Prescott, Arizona, on
the 10th day of January, 1922.
Claimant names as witnesses:
William H.' Skinner, John' Surett.
Joseph R. Bassett, Robert Allen, all
of Mayer, Arizona.
JOHN R. TOWLES, Register.
(W5t 1st pub. Dec. 7, 1921.)
Engineer in Town
Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Hiscox
were in Prescott yesterday, shopping
for the Holidays. They came in .from
Lonesome valley, where Hiscox is
superintendent of the state highway
department road camp.
From Los Angeles
Mrs. Kate Cossell, her sister, Mrs
William Lawler, and Mrs. Lawler'
little daughter, are here from Los
Angeles to remain through the hoi
days with Mr. . and Mrs. William
Rabb. Mrs. Cossell is Mrs. Rabb':
Goes to Tucson
John A. Williams, who has been
in this city for some time, as a pati
ent at Fort, Whipple, went to Tucson
Sunday, planning to enter the public
health service hospital there.
at 411 East Willis street. Prescott.
vesterdav was reported somewhat im- From Walnut Grove
proved. anc' Mrs. Earl Shride were
Go to Denver visitors in. Prescott on Sunday, cdm-
Mr. and Mrs. Haydce Lane last ing in from their home in Walnut
night went to Denver, Colo., where
they will pass their honeymoon. Mr.
Lane is a stock man of Camp Verde.
Mrs. Lane formerly was Miss Ruth
Gaut, of Jerome.
(From Tuesday's Daily)
To New Mexico
Miss Delia S. Prentice of this city
expects tp leave soon for Santa Fe,
Mex., where she will visit friends.
Grove, where they arc engaged in
Returns from Coast
' Supervisor W. W. Midgley return'
cd during the week-end from River
side, Calif., where he attended the
convention of the League of the
Southwest. During his stay in
southern California, he availed him
self of an opportunity to visit his
former home in Pomona.
A. K. McDaniel was in Prescott
yesterday to remain for a few days' From Hot SDrines
L. J. Haselfield
To San Francisco
to the coast during the holidays.
(From Sunday's Dally)
Engineer in Prescott
A. E. Merriman, of the state high
way department, was in Prescott yes
terday on a short business trip.
Return to Prescott
Mrs. William Rabb and her young
son returned to Prescott yesterday
from a visit with friends at Walnut
J. C. Cozard, a merchant from Je
rome, drove to Prescott yesterday, to
remain here during the week-end
Mrs. Ed Ritter and family motored
to Prescott yesterday, from their
home in Kirkland, doing Christmas
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crose motored
from their home in Kirkland yester- looking after business interests
clay, coming over on a shopping trip.
Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Collier, of
Fort Whipple, returned to .Prescott
looking after business and doing
Julian Downey, manager for the
Standard Oil company in Prescott,
made a trip to Hillside yesterday on
Body Shipped Today
Johnnie Osterman, an cx-service
Jack Shearer, deputy sheriff for
the Castle Springs district, was in
Prescott yesterday on county busi
ness, returning in the evening.
Shearer is the deputy who rescued
the two "strayed lambs," guests of
the Castle Hot Springs liotcl, who
wandered in the southern Yavapai
wilds last week and became lost.
man of this city, who died yesterday, 'F ...
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Will ailJjjpCU LU J.U111U13, 1113 1U1U1C1
home, for burial, today..
M. F. Larkin left yesterday for
Phoenix, where-he expects to remain
for the winter, returning to Prescott , New Proprietor
Charles Burmister yesterday motor
ed to Prescott from his home in
Mayer, coming over on a short busi
in the spring.
Mr. and Mrs.
Buster Milkinson, of this city, has
bought the Star Pressing and Clean
ing shop and will continue the busi
ness at the same stand.
motored to Prescott yesterday, from
their home in Kirkland, doing Christ- prom phoenjx
R. E. Tally passed through Pres
cott yesterday on his way to Jerome,
Capt. Chas. II. Jones, who is in! from Phoenix, where he has been at-
the public health service at Fort tending the industrial conference.
Wl-nnnlf Ic nlfinnlmr tn mnt-p n trin !
From Camp Verde
Judge Monroe and his brother, E.
W. Monroe, were in Prescott yester-
From the South
O P tnrnpc rptnrnprl i-nctorrlnv
J - l r . .. .1.. 1 .t. t.
from Phoenix-, where hr. has been tlay Irom lnc,r ' omc In lne veruc,l
for the nast few months. Mr. Starnes i valley, looking alter business inter
expects to make Prescott his home.
To the South
F. C. Fairly, a business man of Los
Angeles, who has been in this city
ests and shopping for the holidays.
Mrs. T. R. Sullivan and little son.
Craig, have returned from Montana,
for the past few days, yesterday left wi,erc ,t.cv i,,ve i,ecn recentk- on a
for the southern part of the state, visit w!th rcatives.
yesterday from California, after an
pie, yesterday left for Phoenix, where extended visit on the coast.
Cattleman in Town ,r . , .
W. A. Dunn, cattleman from Perk- Mrs' A- S" Rudv mo,orcd to Pres
insville, was a business visitor in cott yesterday from her home in
Prescott yesterday, coming up from Kirkland, coming" up from the valley
his home by motor. to shop for the holidays.
United States Land Office, Phoenix,
Arizona, Nov. 2, 1921.
Notice is hereby given that KAY
COPPER COMPANY, an Arizona
corporation, acting by John R. Poss,
of Canon, Arizona, its attorney in
fact, has made application to the
United States for patent for the
APRIL, APRIL NO. 1, APRIL NO.
2, SKIDDOO FRACTION, HAR
RIET and DIORITE lode mining
claims, Mineral Survey No. 3743, situ
ated in the Tip Top Mining District,
Yavapai County, State of Arizona, in
Sections 4 and - 9 of Township S
North, Range 2 East, G. & S. R. B.
& M., described as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at Corner No. 1, whence
the corner to Sections 3-4, 9 & 10, T.
8 N., R. 2 E., G. & S. R. B. & M.,
bears S. 89 deg. 59 min. E. 464.87
feet; thence S. 5 deg. 34 min. E.
1500 feet to Corner No. 2: thence N.
89 deg.. 59 min. W. 602.86 feet to
Corner No. 3; thence N. 5 deg. 34
min. W. 1500 feet to Corner No. 4;
inence ay deg. 59 mm. E. 602.86
feet to Corner No. 1, the place of be
ginning. Net area 20.661 acres-.
April No. 1
Beginning at Corner No. 1, whence
the J4 corner between Sections 4 & 9,
T. 8 N., R. 2 E., G. & S. R. B. & M.,
bears S. 81 deg. 15 min. 20 sec. W.
969.53 feet; thence N. 89 deg. 01 min.
E. 362.43 feet to Corner No. 2; thence
S. 0 deg. 02 min. E. 154.06 feet to
Corner No. 3; thence S. 89 deg. 59
min. E. 252.87 feet to Corner 'No. 4;
thence S. 5 deg. 34 min. E. 1321.55
feet to Corner No. 5; thence S. 89
deg. 01 min. W. 600 feet to Corner
No. 6; thence N.. 5 deg. 34 min. W.
14S0.52 feet to Corner No. 1, the place
of beginning. Net area 19.449 acres.
April No. 2
Beginning at Corner No. 1, whence
the corner between Sections 9 &
10, T. 8 N.. R. 2 E., G. & S. R. B. &
M. bears N. 87 deg. 33 min. E. 777.41
feet;1 thence S. 84 deg. 13 min. W.
624.80 feet to Corner No. 2; thence
N. 22 deg. 00 min. W. 1500 feet to
Corner No. 3; thence N. 84 detr. 13
miu. E. 624.80 feet to Corner No. 4;
thence S. 22 deg. 00 min. E. 1500 feet
to Corner No. 1, the place of begin
ning. Net area 20.459 acres.
Beginning at Corner No. 1. whence
the $4 corner between Sections 4 &.&.
T. 8 N., R. 2 E., G. & S. R. B. & M..
b;ars S. 77 deg. 11 min. W. 638.56
feet; thence N.- 89 dec. 01 min. E.
335.65 feet to Corner No. 2; thence
5 deg. 34 mm. E. 1480.52 feet to
Corner No. 3; thence S. 89 dee. 01
min. W. 335.65 feet to Corner No. 4;
thence N. 5 deg. 34 min. W. 1480".52
feet to Corner No. 1, the place of be
ginning. JNJet area 11.264 acres.
Beginning at Corner No. 1. whence
the J4 corner between Sections 9 &
10,T.8N.,R.2E., G.& S. R. B. & M..
bears N. 86 deg. 03 min. 50 sec. E.
1401.53 feet; thence S. 84 deg. 13 min.
W. 624.80 feet to Corner No. 2;
thence, N. 22 deg. 00 min. W. 1500
feet to Corner No. 3; thence N. 84
deg. 13 min. E. 624.80 feet to Corner
No. 4; thence S. 22 detr. 00 min. E.
1500 feet to the place of beginning.
Net area 20.659 acres.
Beginning at Corner No. 1. whence
the A corner between Sections 4 & 9.
T. 8 N., R. 2 E., G. & S. R. B. & M..
bears N. 22 deg. 42 min. 40 sec. W.
113.50 feet: thence S. 5 dee. 34 min.
1447.75 feet tn Corner No. 2:
thi-nce N.XS9 deg. 58 min. W. 599.40
teet to Corner No. 3; thence N. 5
deg. 34 min. W. 1447.75 feet to Cor
ner No. 4; thence S. 89 deg. 58 min.
E. 599.40 feet to Corner No. 1, the
place of beginning. Net area 19.586
Adjoining claims as shown by the
plat of survey are: ,Quartzite, March
Fraction, Blue Belle and unknown
claims, unsurveyed, and Marietta,
Skiddoo, and Southeast Extension of
Marietta, Survey No. 3512, on the
north; unknown claims, unsurveyed,
on the east; Esmcrclda, unsurveyed,
on the south; and Southwest Exten
sion of Marietta, unsurveyed, on the
Conflicting claims are: April No.
2 in conflict with April -No. 1, this
survey, 0.200 acres; April No. 2 in
conflict with Skiddoo Fraction, this
survey, 0.108 acres; and Diorite in
conflict with Harriet, this survey,
The location notices are recorded
in Records of Mines, in the County
Recorder's office of said Yavapai
County, as follows:
APRIL, Original, Book 112, pages
APRIL NO. 1, Amended, Book 112,
APRIL NO. 2, Amended, Book "112,
SKIDDOO FRACTION, Amended
Book 112, pages 457-458;
HARRIET. Amended, Book 112,
DIORITE. Amended, Book 112,
JOHN R. TOWLESj,
(First pub. Nov. 9 W 9t).
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