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Elk Mountain Pilot
Entered as Second Class Matter at
the Postoffice at Crested Butte, Cola
RAWALT & POTTER, Publishers
MATTIE L. MILLER, Editor.
Subscription $2 a year
Gunnison News
From The Empire
Mrs. James Spann came in Satur
day from Denver.
The Misses Tripp were arrivals
from Denver Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Kyle motored
in from Spencer Saturday.
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Mrs. Edwin Middlebrook arrived
from Denver Sunday morning.
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Geo. Mason, an old time Gunnison
ite. is in our city on business.
Mrs. Emma Dilley and son Lyle de
parted this evening for Indiana.
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Ed Llndslev, wife and little daugh
ter. visited betwen trains Friday.
Mr. Keilh Andrews left Saturday
for Pueblo to take in the State Fair.
Miss Grace Nelson left Saturday
for Pueblo to take in the State Fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Swartz left for Den
ver Saturday evening for a visit with
relatives.
Ed Allen left Saturday evening fot
Eads, Colorado, called by the death
of his father.
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duree and
children spent Sunday in lola with
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mullin.
Joe McDermott left Saturday for
Denver to see the baby, who isn’t do
ing as well ns was hoped.
Mrs. Rex Clarke returned from
Montrose Saturday evening after see
ing the sights of the Fair.
Miss Esther Arterberry returned
Sunday evening from Delta after sev
eral weeks visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Welch have
moved back to Gunnison from Salida
so their daughter Florence can enter
High school here. They are living in
the Chns. Nordstrom residence.
After touring the state Mr. and
Mrs. C. Foster of Pueblo, thought
they couldn’t pass up Gunnison for
good fishing so are spending the rest
of their vacation at the J. W. Eng
land home fishing for big ones.
pH! “OIL INVESTPMHTS” |S™|
i * It is indeed true that the Oil Fields of Wyoming, Kan- I
sas, Oklahoma and Texas, owe their development and phenomenal success to the fact that the I
people the country over, bought the stock offered by the many Companies organized in those
localities, and the records show that the people of Colorado and Gunnison County, have sent I
large sums of money to the fields mentioned above. I
Should you invest half of the amount that you sent to the foreign fields, in your local Com
pany it would insure the sinking of at least two deep wells in the Ohio Creek Valley, from I
which you would benefit financially, besides making your town and County a better and bigger
place to live in. I
Remember that whatever money you may invest in the stock of this Company, goes to the I
actual drilling, as all the preliminary expense, as well as timber, tools and all necessary machinery I
has been bought and paid for, by the members of the Company, without any public support,
which shows our faith in the possibilities T f .. r I
| SubscdptionCoupon | of the Gunnison County Oil Field. Infon—Coupon
X Gentlemen: \ Please send full information concerning the ‘ I
&> Enclosed check for $ for *!* # 1 f !! 1
| shares of Stock of A-1 Oil Co. $lO.OO * XilS UIIIIXI IS OH jTjL~ 1 V/ll VjO. | Stock of The A-1 Oil Compaay. I
per share X . • P «* I
1 N.m. | GUNNISON, COLORADO !
I Address I P. O. Box 246 I / ddrcss |II
Mrs. Alonso Miller entertained at
a handsomely appointed yellow and
green luncheon in honor of Miss Lil
lian Miller, of Hamilton, Ohio, last
last week. The table decorations
as well as the menu showed the first
tints of autumn. The guests depart
ed wishing that Miss Lillian would
soon return to Colorado and be the
inspiration of another such an enjoy
able party.
J. J. Miller, wife and children re
turned the latter part of last week
from Denver, where they have been
on a vacation. They report having u
fine time, but on account of heavy
rains east of Salida had to leave the
car at Salida.
James Chillies has resigned his po
sition with the D. & R. G. -railroad
and accepted one with E. M. Collins.
Jimmie’s reputation ns a baker is
well known here and wo are glad to
see Mr. Collins secure him.
B. F. Bennett departed Sunday for
Sawtelle. California, where he is en
joying the comforts of the Old Sol
dier’s Home. Mr. Bennett has been
visiting friends in Crested Butte for
the past two months.
After visiting several weeks with
relatives Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fuller
left Tuesday evening for their home
in Kansas City. Mrs. Fuller will be
remembered as Miss Gertie Trevar
then.
Mr. P. T. Stevens after visiting in
Gunnison a short while, departed Fri
day evening for Denver. He intended
stopping off at Salida to see A. K.
Stevens who is in a Salida hospital.
After spending a few weeks visit
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stone,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Betz of lowa, left
for their home Monday evening. Mrs.
Betz is a niece of Mrs. Stone.
E. M. Collins and Harry Williams
returned from a week’s visit to
Montrose and adjoining counties, tak
ing in the Fair and buying their win
ter supply of fruit, etc.
Under Sheriff Lehan took little
Gussie Bocker over to the State In
dustrial Home for Girls Wednesday
evening. Miss Jessie Hanlon accom
panied the little girl.
The dance given Saturday night was
well attended anil several card came
down from Crested Butte.
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Mrs. Micheal of Colorado Springs,
lias been the guest of Mrs. Clias. Ha
zelhurst for several days.
Frank Leavitt went up to the End
ner saw mill to work Tuesday.
Willis Burdette left for Denver on
I Wednesday evening.
Everette Sammons left Tuesday
evening for Denver.
M. C. Thomas returned from Den
ver Wednesday morning.
F. G. Perkins and family left for
Denver Wednesday evening.
W. S. Ditto left Monday evening
for Pueblo to visit relatives and take
' in tho Stato Fair.
C. L. Stone and Judge Stone re
turned home Sunday from Montrose
j where they took in the Fair.
G. Davis Brillhart returned this
morning to take up his duties as in
i structor in piano, at the Normal.
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Mrs. Ira Brown and Miss Martha
Brovn left Wednesday evening for
La Junta, to spend a few weeks visit
ing relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hoyt and children
left for Montrose Tuesday morning to
visit an uncle of Mr. Hoyt’s whom
ho hasn’t seen for twenty years.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stone and lit
tle Jean Mary, left Tuesday for Sa
lida. From there they are going in
a car overland to take in the State
Fair.
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Mrs. Julia Misslres of Washington,
daughter of Mrs. Ida M. Tucker, this
week advised her mother of the death
of their two-year-old son which oc
curred last week.
Friends will be glad to know that
Mrs. Carl Sellard. sister-in-law to
Mrs. Fred Dice, Is getting along nice
ly after being operated on for appen
-1 dicitls, at the Red Cross hospital at
Salida.
The Gunnison A-1 Oil Co. received
a number of photos of the oil wells
taken In and around Wichita and El
, dorado, Kansas. They arc on exhibi
tion at the office and It would well
■ pay the Gunnison people to drop in
nnd sec what Is in view for this coun
tv and all wo need is the nerve.
How’s This?
r We offer One Hundred Dollare Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine.
Hall’s Catarrh Medicine has been taken
by catarrh sufferers for the past thlrty
j five years, and haa become known as the
, moat reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on
the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poi
son from the Blood and healing the dls
, eased portions. . .
After you have taken Hall s Catarrh
' Medicine for a short time you will see a
Kit improvement In your general
4th. Start taking Hnll'a Catarrh M«dl
cine at once and get rid of catarrh. Send
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Sold by all Druggists, 76c.
Notice of Application for United
States Patent
Sur. No. 19862.
Mineral Application No. 013679 j
United States Land Office, Montrose. I
Colorado. i
Pursuant to the Act of Congress, «
May 10, 1872, Austin B. Crook, whose (
P. O. address is Lincoln, California, i
by his attorney in fact, J. M. Me- '
Dougal, whoes P. O. address is Gun- -
nison, Colorado, does hereby give no- l
tice of his intention to make applica
tion for United States patent for the
Crystal Mountain Nos. 1,2, 3,4, 5,
6 and 7, lode claims, and the Monte
cristo Nos. 1 and 2, lode claims, em
bracing a portion of unsurveyed
townships 11 and 12, S., R. 87 W.
6th P. M. Said mining claims are
owned by Austin B. Crook, are con- ’
tiguous and situate in * the Rock
Creek Mining District, Gunnison
County. Colorado, as more particu
larly described by the plat posted
herewith; the boundaries are as fol
lows:
Crystal Mountain No. 1.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence
the SW. Cor. T. 11. S.. R. 86 W. 6th
P. M., bears N. 72 degrees 29 min
utes 30 seconds E. 11141.27 ft.;
thence N. 1 degree 58 minutes W.
990.21 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence N. 19
degrees 54 minutes W. 508.61 ft. to
Cor. No. 3; thence S. 70 degrees 06 min
utes W. 300 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thence
S. 19 degrees 54 minutes E. 461.39
ft. to Cor. No. 5; thence S. 1 degree
68 minutes E. 1039.79 ft. to Cor No.
6; thence N. 70 degrees 06 minutes E.
315.32 ft. to place of beginning; con
taining 10.33 acres in the Montrose
land district.
Crystal Mountain No. 2.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence
SW. Cor. T. 11. S., R. 86 W. 6th P. M.,
bears N. 80 degrees 08 minutes E.
10994.85 ft.; thence N. 19 degrees 54
minutes W. 1227.78 ft. to Cor. No. 2;
thence N. 8 degrees 01 minute E.
277.14 ft. to Cor No. 3; thence S. 70
degrees 06 minutes W. 339.51 ft. to
Cor. No. 4; thence S. 8 degrees 01
minute W. 192*74 ft. to Cor No. 6;
thence S. 19 degrees 54 minutes E.
1302.34 ft. to Cor. No. 6; thence N.
70 degrees 06 minutes E. 300 ft. to
place of beginning; containing 9.93
acres in the Montrose land district,
exclusive of Sur. No„ 13621 Bear
Mountain Nos. 14 and 15 lodes.
Crystal Mountain No. 3.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1 whence
SW. Cor. T. 11. S.. R. 86 W. 6th P.
M. bears N. 77 degrees 40 minutes
22 seconds E. 10316.71 ft.; thence S.
70 degrees 06 minutes W. 300 ft. to
Cor. No. 2; thence N. 19 degrees 54
minutes W. 1494.10 ft. to Cor. No. 3;
thence N. 70 degrees 06 minutes E.
300 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thence S. 19 de
grees 54 minutes E. 1494.10 ft. to
place of beginning; contianing 10.289
acres in Montrose land district.
Crystal Mountain No. 4.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence
SW. Cor. T. 1L S.. R. 86 W. 6th P. M.
bears N. 78 degrees 58 minutes 20
seconds E. 10654.21 ft.; thence S. 70
degrees 06 minutes W. 300 ft. to Cor.
No. 2: thence N. 19 degrees 64 min
utes W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence
N. 70 degrees 06 minutes E. 300 ft. to
Cor. No. 4; thence S. 19 degrees 54
minutes E. 1500 ft. to place of be
ginning; containing 10.83 acres In
Montrose land district I
Crystal' Mountain No. 5.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence
SwTcor. T 11, 6, R. 86 W. 6th P. M. 1
bears N. 71 degrees 13 minutes 10
seconds E. 10899.92 ft.; thence N. 1
degree 68 minutes W. 1206.13 ft. to
Cor. No. 2; thence N. 19 degrees 64
minutes W. 283.61 ft. to Cor. No. 3;
thence S. 70 degrees 06 minutes W.
300 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thence S. 19 de-
Srees 54 minutes E. 236.39 ft. to Cor.
to. 6; thence S. 1 degree 68 minutes
E. 1254.87 ft. to Cor. No. 6; thence N.
70 degrees 06 minutes E. 315.32 ft. to
the place of beginning; containnig
10.261 acres in the Montrose land dis
trict.
Crystal Mountain No. 6.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence
S. W Cor. T. 11 S.. R. 86 W. 6th P. M.
bears N. 77 degrees 41'minutes 03
seconds E. 10301.52 ft.; thence S. 1
degree 58 minutes E. 1500 ft. to Cor.
No. 2; thenco S. 70 degrees 06 min
utes W. 315.32 ft. to Cor. No. 3;
thence N. 1 degree 68 minutes W.
1500 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thence N. 70
degrees 06 minutes E. 315.32 ft. to
place of beginning; containing 10.33
acres In the Montrose land district.
Crystal Mountain No. 7.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1. whence
SW. Cor. T. 11, S., R. 86 W. 6th P. M.,
bears N. 86 degrees 47 minutes 40
seconds E. 10957.78 ft.; thcnco N. 13
degrees 65 minutes W. 424.91 ft. to
Cor. No. 2; thence N. 14 degrees 24
minutes W. 1073.67 ft. to Cor. No. 3;
thence S. 70 degrees 06 minutes W.
301.39 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thence S. 14 I
degrees 24 minutes HI 1043.43 ft. to
Cor. No. 5; thence S. 13 degrees 65
minutes E. 465.09 ft. to Cor. No. 6;
thence N. 70 degrees 06 minutes E.
301.64 ft. to place of beginning; con-,
talntng 2.975 acres in the Montrose |
land district and .619 acres in the
Garfield land district, exclusive of
Sur. No. 13621 Bear Mountain Nos.
12. 13 and 14 lodes.
Montecristo No. 1.
Beginning at Cor No. 1, whence
SW. Cor. T. 11, S. R. 86 W., 6th P. M.,
boars N. 77 degrees 63 minutes 56
seconds E. 10019.40 ft.; thence S. 70
degrees 06 minutes W. 300 ft. to Cor.
No. 2; thence N. 19 degrees 54 miu
ntes W. 1494.10 ft. to Cor. No. 3;
thence N. 70 degrees 06 minutes E.
300 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thence S. 19
degrees 54 minutes E. 1494.10 ft. to
place of beginning; containing 10.289
acres In the Montrose land district.
Montecristo No. 2.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence
SW. Cor. T. 11 C>. R. 86 W. 6th P. M..
bears N. 78 degrees 08 minutes 20
seconds E. 9722.25 ft.; thence S. 70
degrees 06 minutes W. 300 ft. to Cor.
No. 2; thence N. 19 degrees 64 min
utes W. 1494.10 ft. to Cor. No. 3;
thence N. 70 degrees 06 minutes E.
300 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thence S. 19 de
grees 54 minutes E. 1494.10 ft. to
plnce of beginning; containing 10.167
acres In the Montrose land district,
exclusive of area In conflict with
i Harris and Fairley lode Sur. No. 777
i and Schofield lode Sur. No. 4360.
Adjoining claims ns shown by the
■ survey arc Ilear Mountain Nos. 12, 13,
■ 14 and 16, lodes. Sur. No. 13621, Scho
► field lode Sur. No. 4360, Harris and
[ Fairlev lode Sur. No. 777, Aspen. As
• pen No. 1 lodes Sur. No. 8633 and
River Side No. 1 lode Sur. No. 8833.
| Date of posting notice Sept. 17,
1919.
O. C. SKINNER. Register.
> First pub. Sept. 26, 1919.
Last pub. Nov, 20. 1919.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF? SALE ON
FORECLOSURE OF LIEN.
STATE OF COLORADO, { ss .
County of Gunnison, S
i Under and by virtue of a special
execution issued out of the County
Court of said County and Stete, on
the 6th day of September, A. D. 1919,
in which NOYES W. HARTMAN was
plaintiff and THE SILVER SPRUCE
MINING AND MILLING COMPANY
was defendant, I am commanded to
sell the following real property, to
wit:
The Flowery Hill Lode Mining
Claim, located in the Elk Mountain
Mining District, said County and
State, the location certificate thereof
being of record in the Recorder s
office of said County, in Book 206 at
Page 120, to satisfy a judgment ren
dered and entered in said Court, in
favor of said plaintiff 3nd against
said defendant, for the sum of Five
Hundred and Seven and 60-100
($507.50) Dollars principal and inter
est and costs of suit, in the sum of
Thirty-one and 92-100 ($31.92) Dol
. lars, making a total of Five Hundred
and Thirty-nine and 42-100 ($539.42)
I Dollars, together with interest at the
rate of eight per cent per annum
from August 13th, 1919, the date of
said judgment and costs and expenses
lof sale.
NOW THEREFORE, Notice is here
by given that on Saturday, the 4th
day of October, A. D. 1919, at ten
o’clock in the forenoon of said day,
; at the West front door of the County
Court House in Gunnison, in said
, County and State, I will, in obedience
to said execution, sell the above de
scribed property, to satisfy the
amount of said judgment, with in
terest thereon, costs of suit and costs
of sale, to the highest and best bid
der for cash.
Dated at Gunnison, Colorado, this
Bth day of September, A. D. 1919.
- PAT HANLON, Sheriff.
By D. J. LEHAN, Under-Sheriff.
First pub. Sept. 11, 1919.
Last pub. Oct. 2, 1919.
Saowy Range No. 43
Meets every Wednes
l day evening at 8:00
fey \»4 o’clock Visiting mem
f I pßbers from other places
cordially welcomed.
\ Mikc w * lch » Jr - c - c -
I Fred K. of
_ Cre.t.d Bait. Lada.
M. A. F. & A. M. meet.
#Y every Friday et 8:00
’ ee. >■ p m. Visiting mem-
J \ / bers cordially invited
when in town.
. /X / /\ R. H. MACE, W. M.
1 G. V. BENSON. Sec.
All packages of fish must be le
'■ gaily tagged. You can buy the tags
’ at this office.
1 Bill heads, letter heads, envelopes,
j cards, etc., printed nt the Pilot office.

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