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Gold Rush Is On ln Beaverhead County
Hundred Twenty-Seven New Claims Are Staked By Gold Prospectors One hundred and twenty seven mineral claims have been filed in Beaverhead county, in southwestern Montana, during the past 15 months, marking that county as one of the most * active of the state's mining districts. Following is a list of the recently located claims, with of locators, and addresses: Name <> f Locator Joe Maurice. W» BJver joe Bmurlee. W lue Harry C. Smith, * >l * 10 " .. rrtUon, boots * Walter £hnritt«*b, mijon. l»uia k Walter nnion iss Î 5 S 2 : gagg E Î2S t Ä Ä = . ia î sss Ä Sir: N. s. «Ing, DIUon lx>ute, Walter 1_ Judlmn Stahl. Dillon Main. Dillon Scbmlttroth and George Lola Newton. DUloa George Main. Dillon Mae Main. DtUoa KüfnLrs-!!«». sr Eetber Louts SctanlttrotJi. DIUon Louis Stahl. Walter Schmlttroth Dnion Chaa. B. * Boyd Quick, Elmer Deraney, Dillon Same as above Same aa above L, Ott Gordon. Otto H. 8n Berlin Gordon, Dtlroo Same as above P Q Malan, »50 Quincy Avenue. Ogden. Utah. Malcolm Judah, Argenta. Mont. Joe HeWah, Jr. Dillon. Joe Beblah, Jr. Dillon. Mary Bebleh. DIUon .Toe BeWeh, Jr. Dillon. Joe Reblah. Jr. Dillon, _ C J. A Mm. L. S. Johnson. Dewey P.O T.riln MacDonald Florence Cronnholm. Argenta P. O. Carl C k Margaret Heine, Dillon B. H. Lively. Melroee B, H. k L. B. lively, Melroae William. Bari W. k L4Hie Sweeney, Dell W B. Lyons, Melrose. B. L. nolllngwworth. DIUon P q. Malan. 2550 Quincy Avenue. Ogden. Utah _ . Oeo.. Jim, Bay Ashworth. Bannack flnrtey Leach, DIUon F F. Sinnott. Lonls W. Hoffman. Bannack Sol Sabolaky, IMUoa Marvin J. Warren Roy CMmpbell. Sola. Mont. Spencer Holloway. 406 Adam» St. j J. McCaffery, Anaconda, Mont. Wm. Ferguson P Q. Hsian. Ogden. T7tah F.' M. Jaraea. Lee Jamea, DfMon IToriey Leach, DIUon D. V. Erwin, DIUon Henry A. Tyvand. 506-7 Silver Bow Blk, Butte. Mont. k Jack Hetdt. Box 23. Idaho. in, l>nn OfhboasvUle Abe Henry B Dabney. Darby. Mont Sam A John Bnkrlch. 82« *• "*■*• st Dan Koroad. Angnat Ornnert, Butte A. M. flwarttey. DIUon A. M. Swarttey. D. V. Erwin, W. J. Corbett. Dillon Same a« above W. J. Corbett. D. V. Erwin J. R, Bowle« _, W. J. Corbett, D. V. Erwin A. M. Swattley James McCollum. Dillon A H. French, Argenta W, A. Oraetar. DIUon George Ashworth, Argenta George Irey, Dillon Same a* above Roy B. Herndon, Dillon James McCollum, Dillon Ross C. Wemple. Arthur Moore. Suis _ Wm. John. James Toole «4-5 Osier Blk. Butte. Mont. John J. Jackson. John Kraose John Kearney. Jackson, Mont Same as above T^ackson. Montana ?r£T Nor*welt 34M Ennl B4 Denver Versa J. Benton. Chas. E. Benton SSjXb**'*»? "• Ar ' PD,! ' S?H..Î*wT*l2n'j«"n^ WtJu5om - wm. Ä» Bweeney (MB , Dell *• T'ePSSffmnn, Bannack "ÏÏ t Äan. Bannack c. h. i>. w "' ?"? » n » W" feter Bprttsef. ^ WmWwf 5' M O'OM. T,nno. ? t ÄS&*' "" "S »iS Ernest Sbmfer John Skate, Argenta Hamilton Emil * Martina «»m Aahwortb. Oeo- «*7 Bern A John Bnkttch rt al 326 S. Montana 8t„ Butte John L. Tern pieman Attorney At lew B. B rf V;n M Ä . Wisdom. Mon. C. Netaon. H. W. Conner . Hamilton Mont. (> 0 . Ernegt Oeo. T. Harri« Gustaf I. Petereon Walter V. Grim««. Dillon Cnrtt* Hunter Harre Paddock W. V. Grime», DZlon Tom Pendergast, Dillon a L. Woodslde 926 W. Quart* SR. y mär fsTmSm ««■ Batte B. H. Lively, Melroee L B. Lively. Metros L. B. Lively, Mattee* Clyde 6 U. D. Gordon Berry Ç Henry k Brne*. ■, Amenta Bens sss: o Europa Placer Fantastic Placer Idamo Lode Esther Lode ^ ^ Judaon IxxJe *- »• ' District Name of Claim Gold Creek Gold Creek Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Santa Clana No. Î Santa Clan» No. 3 Lucky Strike No. 1 Ra rlger Pan* Lode Lucky strike No. * Lucky Strike No. 5 Lucky Strike No. T Lucky Strike No. 8 Lucky Strike No. 4 Kate Lode Duplicate Lode Question Lode Half Moon Lode Gold Bar Lode Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana El Captaloe No. 1 Lode El Captaloe No. 2 Lode Chance No. 1 A ; United Lode Rater Lode Regina Lode Mary Lode Golden Gate No. 1 Lode Marjorie Quarta Lode Hilrer King Lode Golden Dawn Lode Horae Shoe Lode Extension Placer Crown Point Lode Bonanza Lode Hattie I, Placer Lucky Strike No. 2 Snowball No. 1 A 2 Depression Lode El Toro Lode Golden WVmder Lode Sol No. 1 Lode Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Vtpond Montana Montana Chinatown Chinatown Medicine Lodge Chinatown Montana Montana Bannack Argenta Blue Wing _Blue Wing Placer Creek r Eldorado Placer Dorothy Lode Cottonwood Lode August Lode Badger Lode Three Brothers Lode Vlpond Argenta Montana Argenta Quarta HUI Takt Placer Pioneer Last Chance Placer Sliver HIM Lode Placer Creek Vlpond Montana Krmont No. 32 Lode Yellowblrd Extension No. 7 TeUowWrd Extension No. 8 Yellowblrd Extension No. 8 Montana Yellowblrd Extension No. 10 Montana Montana Montana Montana James HcC. Lode Gold Reef I-ode Myrtle No. 1 Lode Myrtle No. 2 Lode Montana Argenta Argenta Hoy B. Lode Grub Stake Lode Montana Big Hole Big Hole Mountain View Placer Little Lake Creel Little Lake Creek Johne No. 1 Lode ■lohne No. 3 Lode Hneklebry Mine No. 1 Little Lake Crk Hucktebry Mine No. 2 Little lake Crk Old China Town Placer Old China Town No. 1 Placer 1 Francis Lode Montana Hobo Quartz Lode Blue Wing Dodge Trail No. 2 Placer Pioneer Bonan No. 2 1 A Medicine Lodge Golden Wonder No. 2 3 Bannack Silver Freak A No. 1, 2. Bannack Badger A Badger Extension Meadow Creek »... Mole .... s ""' Black Hawk Lode Eldorado Placer 811rer ^ Stiver BuJUon Lode Silver Mountain North Star Lode South Star Lode Bear Lode friendship PUcer N#w ^ lÆ(Je Gold Bond Lode Picnic N....O. 1 Lode Dome Gold A Hunter Gold Lodes Wise River, Mont. Eileen Lode Ned Deal Lode Cora Bell No. 1 Lode Paradise Lode Number U Lode Sunshine Lode Mary Jane A Blackbird Sunset Placer Blue Wing Lode Surprise Lode Jacko Lode Montana Montana Montana Argenta Argents Placer Creek Loat Creek Montana Mnlcby Creek Pioneer Montana Vlpond Montana Trail Creek Montana Vlpond Ruby Creek vanadnlte Led* rssäÄ. Blue Wing Argenta B lacktatl Meadow Creek BlacktaU i Dice Creek Montana Meadow Creek •hlnm Town CUM Tewn China Towa Gold Bonn» Lode Yellow* to ne KIWIe Hock Lode Dillon, Mont. Mica Grand Lode Better Lode Baby Montana Montana Lewi» Lode Speculation Lode Confidence Lode I ffMt fr glff Montana Montana mm tom Maigaret Led» Min Lad« I Jr it jtm omt ËUàâêimÙÊÊ 19 »I E 5TABLI PUI ICO THOMSON URSES IMPORTANCE OF I MINING REVIVAL IIBLHNA —Were the govern ment to (subsidize the mining In dustry, It will support 12.4 tUmes as many people as agriculture. Dr. F. A. Thomson, president of the State Schol of Mines, de clared In a talk before the Hel ena Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Thomson urged upon Hel ena peple the importance of the mining industry to Helena. While millions of dollars worth of gold have been taken from the Helena district there Is no reas*. on to believe that this rich pro -1 duction region has been exhaust-1 t ed. he said. He added that there Is a definite revival in mining in the State and urged Helena to awaken to its opportunities. COMSTOCK BUYS HALF INTEREST IN BASIN MINE SAN FRANCISCO — Orlando McCraney, president of Comstock Gold Pont! Mining company, an nounced today kis company has acquired a half interest in the Jib mine of Basin, Mont. The mine produces gold, silver, cop per and zinc, with gold account ing tor about 70 percent of the production values. Production was reported to be $45,000 in the last half of 1922. following reopening of the mine, which had been cloaed most of the time* since 1925. Former operator« reported pro duction of $1,<6>5S,000 was ob tained from ore asaying $14.19 a ton on the old price of $20.07 an ounce for gold. OUTLOOK FOR SILVER BILL IS PROMISING WASHINGTON—Silver remon etization advocate« have united their efforts on ths modified Die® silver farm relief bill which will allow the use of silver tor the purchase of surplus farm pro ducts for export. It has been a mended by Senator Thomaa of Oklahoma to authorize the sec retary of the treasury to take title to all domestic silver and pay for the metal with silver certificates Issued against the silver on a basis of $1.29 per ounce. The price to be paid would not be less than the highest world price paid for spot fine silver on the day preceding the Issuance of the proclamation tor the nationalization of silver. The difference between that price and $1.29 would accrue to the treasury, until the world price of silver reaches $1.19 per ounce or until the general price lev el of 1920 has been eetabll«hed. MINERS ARE WORSTED Landasky—Miners who object ed to allowing breed children to attend worsted in the recent school elec tion when the opposing ranchers won out, by four vote«. Last year the miners elected one trustee but failed to get control by II votes. schools were public MAY EXEMPT MLVKKtS Modification of the securities regulation act ao that western mining projects can finance with lets difficulty has been propos ed by repräsentativ«« of western states in congress. J. J. DaMeK. Wm. Baadwall. D*Uon v s. asr,r*.. L. B. Tbaaspeoa. Cas». ■Perilo*. DUloa m. a. mm shelter IR RED LOOSE Plans for construction of an electric smelter In Rod Lodge. Carbon county, to handle chrome steel were discussed at a meet ing in Red Lodge Wedneeday night by stockholders of Mon tana Chrome, lac., and others. The meeting was attended by Dr. Louis W. Allard, president and Eugene C. O'Keefe, secretary, both of BUIiaps. Montana Chrome has 16 men employed on Hell Roaring can yon to block out the ore, sinking a shaft on Che pick claim with a view of ultimately blocking ont »round 7Q.000 tons of fer ro " 8 ore - According to Mr. O'Keefe, steel makers have bid 12% cents and upward per pound (or ferro chrome. The company hopes to have one or two electric «mel ting furnaces ready so that pro duction can begin In July. MINERS DISPUTE LEASE Conflicting claims of miners for mineral prospecting leases on Ruby creek, 20 miles south west of Virginia City, were de cided by the state board wbilch granted James B. McLeod and his partner, Peter Marek, of Butte, a permit to prospect for placer gold along the creek bed and a general prospecting permit away from the creek bed was granted William J. Tonkin of Butte. Frank Daems of Varnery, J. W. Farrell of Butte and Ed ward L. McAtee of Cameron. The state reserved the right to is sue a mill site lease in the area, and reserved 10% royalty on all production. Montana Brokers and Salesman Conservative Montana placer mining company would like to get in touch with competent salesman of proved intergrlty to handle In Montana, small issue of stock lor purpose of equipping property. Can satisfy the most exacting, as to the merits of ths property; the value of the stock and the Integrity of the trustees. Addnn P. O. Box 97, Montana or Oil Journal, Great Kaltopell, B and Mining Pall», Montana. — N j' £ ,4 [7 Tot Quiek Aotim «D THE GALLOPING SWEDE « Rig-Building: Trucking: Ditching Ooastruction of kaj load, anywhere AH Work Ctaarantood goferencez Amy «apply k««Me in northern Mon or Sunburst bank. Sbalby. J, HUSO ARONSON «KKJMMT «mW! Bae ttlNNi C»rt M ee k , Meat. >o«a fBuMr Ärd*Utt* RICH ME STRIKE THE GABEL MINE Ore running $60 a ton in gold, silver and lead Is report ed in the shaft of the Gabel mine at Gregory, 20 miles southwest of Helena. Announce ment of the strike was made by Charles Brostrom, contractor for B. D. Van Horn of Seattle, pres ident of the WickesCorbln Gold A Silver Mining Co., Inc. New hoisting and pumping machin ery has been installed and prep arations are being made to run lateral drifts on tho ore body. MINERS EMPÖRT BURROS Stanford—John Sams and C. C. Alexander are preparing to develop some gold properties In the Utle Belt mountains near here. They are importing some burros to pack supplies into thalr mountain camp. SEND A CONTRIBUTION TO THB SUNBURST BAÛOXR SH ANACONDA Copper Mining Company Purchasers of Gold, Silver and Copper Ores and Concen traten. » Address WASHOE SAMPLER C. M. Company A Butte, Montana ssa ff PT If it's TEXACO THEN YOU KNOW IT'S A RELIABLE PRODUCT OF HIGH GRADE UNIFORM QUALITY TEXACO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS A Pah OH* Crock-proof Motor Ott* Engine ON* Signal OUs Dynamo Oil* LEADER IN EVERY FIELD ted OUs Boor 08* Wi Asphalt* Rood Ott* Asphalt Cassant Pipa Coating Roofing Roofing Papar Roofing Camant Cylinder Oils Cylinder Stocks Car OM* Firm-Chimf Gasoline Kerosene Fuel Oils Banker Oils Oiaaat OUs Minors' OH* Go* OB* Cup Gr oo i o i Gear Greases Goar Lubricant* Axle Omasa Spindle Oils COMPANY SOMKIRST. MONTANA Prmfmon of Gatetlino from Moflfimo Crush Exdutivoiy tixai ooMiyy<r—omcKi m aia mmorfii < i ti h INI WM8FIEU) "STÄKT Back in 1*0«. Barney Barsch. Near York capitalist, loaned $1, 000,000 to a cowboy named George Wingfield who bad tome mining properties which needed money for development. Baruch was paid back the million plus interest, plus 1160,000 honns plna a present of 200 , 00.0 shares of stock valued at $10 per share. George Wingfield, former mil lionaire raining man, la today ''busted'' because he went Into the banking boat ness tn a big way. It la reported that he has gone back to Barnch tor anoth er "grubstake", with which to resume work on his mining prop erties. On the strength of the rumor, shares at Goldfield Consolidated Mines Ce. Jumped In price on the San Francisco mining ««change. WALL STREBT WAILS For many year« paat, W*I1 Street has been trying to get a national blue sky act passed to "put a crimp" in weetern In dustry. The federal blue sky law was finally passed, under the stress of the "new deal" and none is crying loader than Wall Street. Even the Chamber of Commerce of the United States Is among those who have sounded a load wail. The liability danse, they claim, is toe dmetlc.