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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 52 a year
Gunnison News
From The Empire
John Kane came in Monday evening
from Somerset.
C. A. Tombling left for Trinidad
Saturday for a few days.
C. G. Anderson left Sunday evening
for Denver for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. John Howard came up
from Powderhorn Sunday evening.
Chos. Burgess came in Saturday
evening with a nice five point buck.
Max Allen and Harve Billings came
in with two nice bucks from Lost
Canon.
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R. M. Logan, former District At
torney. passed through Gunnison on
his way to Ohio.
P. C. Boyles left Sunday for Den
ver and will later go to Oklahoma for
the benefit of his health.
Linton Pittser was another success
ful sportsman, coming in with a
nico three point, Saturday.
Miss Allegra Hollenbeck and little
sister Murial. arrived Friday for a
few days* visit with their mother.
Mrs. Geo. Williams departed for
Denver Friday after a few days’ visit
with her sister, Mrs. Alonzo Hartman.
Miss Viola McLaughlin, the teacher
at Parlin. visited over Saturday with
her mother, returning Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. C. Foster started
overland Saturday morning for their
home in Pueblo after a couple of joy
ful weeks fishing.
M. J. Kochevar left Saturday for
Boulder to resume his school duties.
Matt has spent his vacation with
home folks at Crested Butte.
Geo Anderson returned home Mon
day morning from the D. & R. G.
hospital and although somewhat pale
behind the gills, is feeling good.
L. A. Wood left Friday for Hunter.
Missouri, after spending a couple of
weeks withe F. B. Eells and family.
Mr. Wood is a cousin to Mr. Eells.
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H. U. Gavette. the popular manager
of the Pastime Billiard Parlors, has
this week received a car load of
Coor’s beer, or nearly beer, which he
is wholesale agent for. Harry says
he don’t expect to drink It all him
self, therefore he is retailing it at
the popular price, and wants all his
friends to call and try it.
Geo. Richart. well known old time
railroad man of Gunnison, passed
through here Thursday on his way to
Delta to spend a week. Geo. resigned
his position on the D. & R. G. three
years ago to enlist in the infantry
and has only shortly returned and Is
looking same as ever.
The Unique Theatre is sure putting
on the best pictures that can be pro
cured. Wednesday night “Mickey”
was by far the most entertaining
picture witnessed by three big houses
which shows Gunnison people know
a good thing when they get it.
Roger Teachout has made a good
investment in the way of n Diamond
Disk Phonograph, purchased of T.
O’Leary. It is a beauty and adds
greatly to his popular cafe, Roger
thinks it is true about music having
charms to sooth etc.
Rev Nuckolls departed Staurday for
Denver after spending a few days
hunting on the Ceholla. He said he
wasn’t one of the lucky ones, but was
not at all lonesome.
Mrs. Maty Van Aken. Worthy Ma
tron of the Eastern Star, and Mrs.
Susie Miller left for Denver Monday
evening for the Grand Lodge meet
ing of that order.
El C. Everly and wife left for Sa
lida Saturday evening after a day
in our city on business. Mr. and Mrs.
Everly are anticipating a trip to the
coast shortly.
Judge Black of Montrose, passed
through Saturday evening on his way
to Denver where he will hold court
for one of the Judges who is away or
vacation.
Judge Nourse returned home Mon
day after a trip to Chicago where he
accompanied his daughter Elizabeth,
who entered the Chicago University.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Parrish left
for their homo at Montieth. lowtv.
Tuesday after visiting Will Anderson
and daughters on Stuben creek.
W. S. Ditto returned home Sunday
after visiting relatives in Pueblo.
Mr. Ditto reports a fine time.
Dr. J. D. Walker left Wednesday
for Denver for a few days.
| Harlow Lawrence, accompanied by
his mother and Miss Ruth Spencer,
returned from New York Sunday,
where they were called two months
ago by the illness of Mrs. Lawrence’s
aunt.
COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
October 6, 1919.
At a regular meeting of the Board
of Trustees of the Town of Crested
Butte, held on the above date, there
were present Mayor Arnott and
Trustees Songer, Hudson. Verzuh.
Yoklavich, Gulliford and Boyle.
The minutes of the last regular
meeting were read and approved.
The following bills were read:
Tony Fisher % day labor $ 2.00
Geo. Sollinger IVi day labor 6.00
Otto Steinberg 3*2 day labor. . 7.00
Wm. Gulliford 1 day labor 4.00
Geo. Wilson Vi day labor .... 2.00
Joe Ingham 4% day labor .... 18.00
Elk Mt. Pilot pub. min 6.00
C. B. Light & Water Co. St.
and Hall light $ 38.50
3 Sign Posts and labor.. 14.80
Bus Water 320.00
Total $373.30 373.30
John Arnot Sept, sal 3.00
F. E. Songe»* Sept, sal 2.50
C. L. Hudson Sept, sal 2.50
Martin Verzuh Sept, sal 2.50
Fred Gulliford Sept, sal 2.50
John Yhklavich Sept, sal 2.60
M. J. Boyle Sept, sal 2.50
L. G. Espey Sept, sal 7.50
On motion of Boyle, seconded by
Sqpger, the hills were allowed as read.
Roll call, ayes all.
The following receipts were re
ported:
Wm. Holmes Pool table license $ 3.75
Mike Kiekle Pool table license.. 3.75
Mike Perko Pool table license. . 7.50
Joe Pogorlech Cem. lot 5.00
Joe Faussone 3 nights vaudeville 7.60
F. E. Songer 6.00
FT re Dept, hall rent 10.00
John Arnott hall rent 5.00
Total $48.50
It was moved by Songer, seconded
by Hudson, that members of the Town
Board who shall present themselves
at the Council room, on the designat
ed date and hour, for any regular
council meeting, and shall remain
thirty minutes for the purpose oi
attending such regular meeting, shnll
bo deemed not to have failed to at
tend a regular meeting, under the
said stated circumstances. Motion
carried.
It was moved by Songer. seconded
by Hudson we adjourn. Motion car
ried.
L. G. ESPEY. Clerk.
Notice of Applieation for United
States Patent
Sur. No. 19862.
Mineral Application No. 013579
United States Land Office, Montrose,
Colorado.
Pursuant to the Act of Congress,
May 10, 1872, Austin B. Crook, whose
P. O. address is Lincoln, California,
by his attorney in fact, J. M. Mc-
Dougal, whoes P. O. address is Gun
nison, Colorado, does hereby give no
tice of his intention to make applica
tion for United States patent for the
Crystal Mountain Nos. 1,2, 3,4, 6,
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
58 minutes EL 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 El
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. 5;
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. hears 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 54 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. 1600 ft. to place of be
ginning; containing 10.33 acres in
Montrose land district.
Crystal Mountain No. 6.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1,-whence
SWCor. T 11, 6., R. 86 W. 6th P. M.'
bears N. 71 degrees 13, minutes 10
seconds E. 10899.92 ft.; thence N. 1
degree 68 minutes W. 1205.13 ft. to
Cor. No. 2; thence N. 19 degrees 54
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
grees 54 minutes EL 236.39 ft. to Cor.
No. 5; thence S. 1 degree 58 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; thence S. 70 degrees 06 min
utes W. 315.32 ft. to Cor. No. 3;
thence N. 1 degree 58 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.,
hears N. 86 degrees 47 minutes 40
seconds E. 10957.78 ft.; thence N. 13
degrees 55 minutes W. 424.91 ft. to
Cor. No. 2; thence N. 14 degrees 24
minutes W. 1073.57 ft. to Cor. No. 3;
thence S. 70 degrees 06 minutes W.
301.39 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thence S. 14
degrees 24 minutes E. 1043.43 ft. to
Cor. No. 5; thence S. 13 degrees 55
minutes E. 455.09 ft. to Cor. No. 6;
thence N. 70 degrees 06 minutes E.
301.64 ft. to place of beginning; con
taining 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.
Montecrlsto No. 1.
Beginning at Cor No. 1, whence
SW. Cor. T. 11. S. R. 86 W., 6th P. M.,
hears N. 77 degrees 53 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 £>„ R. 86 W. 6th P. M.,
hears 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 54 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
place of beginning; containing 10.157
acres in the Montrose land district,
exclusive of area in conflict with
Harris and Fairley lode Sur. No. 777
and Schofield lode Sur. No. 4360.
Adjoining claims as shown by the
survey are Bear Mountain Nos. 12, 13,
14 nncl 15, 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. 8633.
| Date of posting notice Sept. 17.
1919 O. C. SKINNER, Register.
I First pub. Sept. 25, 1919.
Last pub. Nov. 20, 1919.
notice for publication
Department of the Interior, U. S.
. Land Office at Montrose, Colorado.
I September 22nd, 1919.
NOTICE is herohy given that James
R Spann, of Almont, Colorado, who,
on June 28th, 1915, made Desert Land
Application, No. 09113, for
Sec. 24; Section 25, Town
ship 15 South, Range 85 West. 6th P.
Meridian, has filed notice of inten
tion to make final Desert Land Proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before Ernest M. Nourse,
U S. Commissioner, at Gunnison,
Colorado, on the Bth day of Novem
ber. 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Joseph Hayes, of Almont, Colo.,
John J. Shackleford, of Almont, Colo.,
i Walter Mergelman. of Almont, Colo.,
1 Otto McDonald, of Almont, Colo.
’ Source of water supply: East Riv
-1 er No. 1 Ditch.
Non Coal.
O. C. SKINNER. Register.
First pub. Oct. 2, 1919.
■ Last pub. Nov. 6, 1919.
) s . - ■
I' notice for publication
[I 07745
I CC Letter “C” August 16, 1919.
I Department of the Interior. U. S.
[. Land Office at Montrose, Colorado.
September 6, 1919.
i NOTICE is hereby given that Jo
jseph Pasic, of Crested Butte, Colo
’ rado, who, on June 4, 1913, made For
**est Homestead Entry. No. 07745, for
'ISEUNEH. EVjSWUNEU, E%SEU.
, IEy.NW I iSE*4. Section 14. Township
;.13 S.. Range 86 W.. 6th P. Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to make
* final three-year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described,
, before Ernest M. Nourse, U. S. Com
missioner, at Gunnison, Colorado, on
j the 18th day of October, 1919.
, Claimant names as witnesses:
Math. Malensek, John Malensek,
' Joseph Krizmanich, Nick Krizmanich,
' all of Crested Butte. Colorado.
’ In Forest Reserve,
i Non coal.
* O. C, SKINNER,
J Register.
* First pub. Sept. 11, 1919.
Last pub. Oct. 16, 1919.
Snowy Range No. 43
* Meets every Wednes
) /$/ . day evening at 8:00
) I*7 25 \>| o’clock Visiting mem
[ / iff# Fibers from other places
X j are cordially welcomed.
. Mike Welch, Jr., C. C.
Fred or< ** K. °*
) sr : —:
r m Crested Butte Lodge
JR A. F. & A. M. meets
i JTVv every Friday at 8:00
I GvJmd P m. Visiting mem*
xj-logA/ bers cordially invited
, when in town.
' / \ R. n. MACE, W. M.
- G - V - BENSON, Sec.
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