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Mining Application No. 712. Survey Vo. 13". U.S. LAND OFFICE, Tucson. Arhtonn, April , 1H00.I ! NOTICE IS HKKKUV GIVEN THAT IN ; pursuance of the Art of ConpreHs an- i Vrove! May 10. IH72, The Turning l'ohit Gold j lining-and Milling-routmtiy haa muita ap- lliratuiii for a patent for 1500 linear foot on j the lal Tender lode, bearing B"oM nd I silver, Wins south 78 dot; reps 25 minutes : et, 40 fei?t, and north 78 degrees 25 miiiutea east, feet from the dioovery shaft thereof, with surf nee pround 3Wfet in width, situate in the Casa Grande Mining district. Pinal county, Territory of Aristoim, and dp!terHel by the official plat herewith 1 posted, and by the field notes on file in the otficeof the Retrister of the United States l.aud Office at Tucsoti, Arizona, as hereun tler riven ; and also for 1,100 linear feet on itie Turning Point hxle, 1 earing: gold and silver. In-intr fcoiith 78 decrees 'b minutes west W2 bet and north 78 depreen 25 minutes east Mfc feet from tho discovery shaft there on, w ith surface ground 6U0 feet in width, situate in the Casa Grande Mining District, Pinal county. Territory of Arizona, and described by the official pint herewith posted and by the tieM notes on file In the viltice of the Ketr inter of the United States l and Office at Tucton, Arizona, us hereun der irivcn ; ami also for 56..4 linear fret on the Golden Wonder lode, bearing (fold and -ilver, the same bcinjr north 20 degrees west IW feet nud south JJIX) feet from the dis covery shaft thereon, with surface ground Mo feet in width, situate in the Casa Grande Mining L'istriet, Pinal county. Territory of Arizona, and described by the otlieial plat herew ith powted, and by the field notes on lile in the otlice of the Register of the United -tats band Office, at Tuesou, Arizona, as hereunder jrivcu. The said field notes of survey describe the Kundaries and extent of each of said claims n the surface, with magnetic rariation at 12 degrees 57 minutes east, as follows, to-wit: LKOAL TKNDKK UlUR. Heginning at corner No. 1 identical with t heS. Ji. Cor. of tne location, a pine post, 4 ft. long! ins. tqtiare, net '2 ft. iu the ground, wit h mound of stone, scribed "1-145, L. T."onN. W. face; U. S. Loc Won. No. 153, bears N. VI deg. 30 mill. E 8148.3 feet; Table Top -notintain bears north 52 deg. 10 min. W. ; ioulde top peak bears S. 83 deg. W.; thence N. 11 deg. 5 min. W. 97 ft. to a road which tears easterly and westerly ; 2-15 ft. to a road which bears N. N. E. and S. & W.; 890 ft. to 'Jitr. No. 2, a pine post 4 ft. long, 4 ins. square. t i ft. in ground with mound of earth and stone. Fcribrd "2-lS53,t on S. W. face, whence, ?or. of the location which is a mound of rt one with stake, bears K. 76 deg. 15 min. E., At.fi feet : smoke stack of mill on Jack Kab jit mine bears N. 88 deg. 50 min. E.; Table top nouutain bears N. 52 deg. 30 min W.; thence i. 7h deg. 25 min. W. 255 ft. to a wagon road a-Inch bears N. A S.; 457 ft. to junction of finds, one bearsS. E. and the other IS. W.: 40ft. to a wagon road which bears N. . and x W.; 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 3. a post 4 ft, long, ins. square, set 2 ft. in the ground, with nou ml of earth and stone, scribed "&-1&53" m S. K. face, whence corner of location vhich is a mound of stone with stake, bears i.7Hdcsf 15 min. W, 19 ft: smokestnekon nillonJack Rabbit mine bears N. 5tt deg. 5 min. E.; Needle Peak bears N. 27 deg. 18 nln. W. ; thence S. 11 deg. 5 min. E. 245 ft. to i wagon roan w hich bears i. ftasteriy and 1. Westerly: 310 ft. to cor. No. 4. identical vith h. W. corner of the location, a pine Kst 4 ft. long, 4 ins. square, set 2 ft. in the rround. with mound of stone, scribed "4-1353" n N. K.face; Table Top mountuin bears N. Idee. 27 min. V.: little Table Top moun- aiu bears N. 80 deg. 55 min. W.; thence N. 78 eg. min. r- iw rt. to a wagon road which ears N. Easterly and S. Westerly; 590 ft. to . wagon road to hoisting works which ears S. Easterly ; 61 ft, to trail to mine i hich bears 8. Easterly ; 700 ft. whence S. E. or. of Supt's building, frame, 14x32 ft. bears i.tiSdeg. 10 min. W, 89 ft.: privy. 5x5 ft. ears N. 47 deg. 20 min. E. 14 ft.; 1039 ft. to agon road to hoisting works which bears s. Easterly ; 11 w ft. to a wash, 10 ft. course I. Westerly : 1200 ft. to watron road to hoist- ng works which bears S. Easterly; 1500 ft. o oor. fto. i, tne place ox beginning survey f exterior boundaries. TUBN1MO FOIST LODB. Beginning at corner No, 1, identical with N, corner of location: also with cor. No. 1. of eiral Tender lode, of this survey, marked n S. W, face, "1-135$." T. P., U. S. loc. Mom o. 133. bears n. 52 deg. SO min. fc. 1148 ft. o other bearings available, thence S. 11 eg. 5 min. E., ascending, 290 ft. to top of scent ; juu ru to east end center, a pine post, ft, long. 4 Ins. square, 2 ft. in the ground, it h mound of st one, scribed E. cent. T. P. n west face ; 450 ft. descend ; 550 ft. to foot of escent ; HOO ft. to cor No. 2, a pine post 4 ft. ng, 4ins. square, seta rt. in ground wttb toiind of stone, scribed "2-1353,T T. P. on N. . face whence cor. of location bears S. 12 eg. K. 19 ft., a cross (x) and B. R. "2-1353." hWled 5 ft. above the ground on a lime one ledge, 50 ft. long, bears 8. 19 deg. 10 in. W. 110.5 feet, thence S. 78 deg. 25 min, ?.,decending 102 ft. to gulch 10 ft. wide urse N. W. and ascend hill; 550 ft. to top of idge which bears E. A W. and descend along .slope of ridge; 1400 ft to foot of ridge: GO ft. to cor. No. S. a pine post 4 ft. long, 4 is. square, set 2 ft. in ground with mound r stone, scribed "8-1353" on N. E, face, heuce eor. of the location bears south 111 a stake in mound of stones 2 ft. high; eedle Peak bears N. 27 deg. W.; Black ill bears S. 0 deg. 30 min. W.; Double Top sak bears S. 84 deg. 35 min. W.; Little Table op mountain bears N. 79 deg. 35 min. W. lence N. 11 deg. 5 min. W. 300 ft to west mter end. Identical with location, a pine yt 4 ft. long, 4 ins. square, set 2 ft. In the round, scribed W.eent. T. P. on E. face; 0 ft. to a wagon road which bears N. E. A W.; UX) ft. to cor. No. 4, ideutical with cor. "the location; also with cor. No. 4. of ?gal Tender lode of this survey, marked ,-1353," T. P. on S. E. face; thence N. 78 deg min. E. 1500 ft. to cor. No. 1, the place of ginning survey of exterior boundaries. GOLUBH WONDKH LODB. Beginning at cor. No. 1, identical with S. . corner of location, a pine post, 4 ft. long, ins. square, set 2 ft. in the ground, scribed -1358,G. W. on N. W. face, whence, U.S. e. Mon. No. 1353. bears N. 38 deg. 59 min. E. 92.4 ft. ; Black Hill bears S. 22l deg. W , .enceS. 7bdeg. 25 min W. 210 ft to dry ah, 10 ft. wide, course S. ; 510 ft. to cor. 2. a pine poit, 4 ft. long, 4 ins. square, - 1 2 ft. In the ground, with mound of stone, .. ribed42-135V'G. W. on N . E. face, whence, corner of the location, which is a mound stone, bearsS. 11 deg. W. 10 ft.; Black ill bears S. 15 deg. W., no other bearings : 'ailable; thence N. 11 deg. 5 min. W., as nding, 50 4 ft. to cor. No. S, on line 2-3 of irning Point lode, of this survey, a pine st, 4 ft. long 4 ins. square, set 2 ft. in the on nd. scribed "3-1353, whence corner of elocution bears N. 12 deg. W., 987 ft, a 3ke in a mound of stones 2 ft high; Black ill bears S. 11 deg. 42 min. W , no other larings available; thence N. 78 deg. 25 min. 510 ft. to cor No. 4, a pine post 4 ft. long, ns. square, set 2 ft. in the ground with ound of stone, scribed "4-1333" on S. W. ce, w hence corner of location bears N. 10 g. W. 990 ft : corner No. 2, of Turnign tint lode of this survey bears N. 78 deg, tnin.E. 242 ft.:E. cent. Turning Point ie bears N.27 deg. 8i min E , thence S. deg. 5min. E. attending, 170 ft. to top of Ige which baars E. AW.; 200 ft. descend; J.4 ft. to cor. No. 1, the place of beginning rvey of exterior boundaries. .. abba. Acres. tnl and net area ol Legal Tender lode. 18. 43 tal and net area of Turning Point ode. 20.66 tal and net area of Golden Wonder ode 6.56 taJ and net area of claim... 40.65 LOCATION. This claim Is located approximately In T. :.,R.4E., (unsurveyed) G. and S. R. B. A tridian. In Casa Grande Mining District, . nal county, Arizona. There are no ad- f ntng claimi. There are no bearing objects at monu Mitsof this sijrvev, except whereother se mentioned in these notes. The survey these claims is identical with their respec e locations, except where expressly ; ited , .'he said locations are recorded In the onU of Pinal county, Arizona, asfol vs. to-witi The Legal Tender lode or ning claim on page 172 of book 15 of Mines; Turning Point mine on page 314 of book . or Minus, and the Golden Wonder claim nage 178 of book 15 of Mines, 'ue presumed general course or direction n of said lodes, as shown upon the plat ted herewith, is as follows: Of the said jal Tender lode, north 78 degrees 25 nutes east, and south 78 degrees 25 minutes st; of the said Turning Point lode north degrees 25 minutes east and south 78 ' trees 25 minutes west ; of the said Golden inder lode north 20 degrees west and ith. ny and all persons claiming adversely. I i portion of said mines or surface ground t required to file their adverse claims ,h the Register of the United States Land ice. at Tucson. Pima county, Arizona, ring the Mxty days period of publication eo.orthey will le barred by virtue of provisions of the Statute MILTON R. MOORE, Register, jj-bt publication May 5, 1900. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE ORANGE BELT OIL COMPANY. Know all men by thesi tkehknts: That JOHN M. UAKUlNKli, of the Stole of Cali fornia, have titiij day nssoiittKl ourselves together for tlie mi riMjxe of forming a cor porutiou under the lnws of the Territory of ArUona, anil hereby adopt the followliijf aitipiPN ot incorporation: ARTICLE 1. The name of this corporation shall be the ORANGK BELT OILCOMPAN , and it Drutciiiai place of trnnHactinar hui ness shall be t loronce, Flnai county, Terri tory of Arizona, and the town of Coltou, and the Ulty ot Los Angeles, uaurornia, with ottices at sneh other places as may be lesiKiuttd by the board of directors of said corporation. ARTICLE i. The nature of the business to be transacted by said corporation is to purchase, acquire, lease, own, hold, control, managre, sell, operate, improve and develop land and miniiifr claims, mineral riichts, oil wells and other real estate, and interests and rights in any of said properties; to engage in and carry on the business of bor inir and exploring for, producing, refining, distilling, treating, manufacturing, piping, carrying, handling, storing, dealing in, buying and selling oils, petroleums, natural gas, aaphaltum, bitumeu, bituminous rock and other mineral and hydrocarbon sub stances ; and for suoh purposes, to buy and otherwise acquire, hold, own, manage and operate refineries, pipes, pipe Hues, tunks, manufactories, machinery, wharves, tank ears, steam und sailing vessels for water traiisportatiou, and other works, proiierty and appliances thst may be deemed neces sary or convenient by the board of directors; to purchase, acquire, own, pre-empt and sell its stock and bonds and the stocks and bonds of other corporations; to establish and carry on agencies, offices, storage tanks and houses, ami to sell articles and products manufactured by itself, or other persons or corKrations, iu Arizona, California and other states and territories of the United States and foreign countries; to construct, maintain, own and operate its own line of railroad from its property to the nearest connecting rail point for the purpose of transiKirtiug freight and the products of said compuuy to and from its property ; a'so to construct, own, maintain and operate its own telegraph and telephone lines, and such other means of rapid communication as may now or hereafter be in existence for the purpose of facilitating or aiding in the convenient transaction of the Company's business, and to do and perform all things necessary to transact the affairs and busi ne.s of the corporation, within and without the Territory of Arizona, and requisite and proper for the purpose of carrying out all, or an v of t he objects herein siiecifiea. ARTICLES. The amount of capital stock shall be the sum of three hundred thou sand O300.UU0.00) dollars, divided into three hundred thousand shares (SUI.OOO) of the par value of one dollar each, which capital stock, when issued, must be fully paid in cash or property upon issuance of thesame,andshnllforeverbe non-ussessable for any purpose whatever, and the same shall be issued at such times and upon such conditions as may be prescribed by the board of directors, and said directors are hereby authorized to issue any or all of said stock, fully paid aud nonassessable, upon the condition of the transfer to this corporation of property, or rights in prop erty, of any description, which said corpora tion is hereby authorized to acquire, own and deal in, and each certificate of stock shall state upon iu face the number of shares represented thereby, and that the same is forever non-assessable. ARTICLE 4. The time of the commence ment of said eorMration shall be the first day of July, lttUO, and the termination thereof on the nrst day of July, iwu, un less the same be renewed pursuant to the laws of Arizona before the termination hereof. ARTICLES. The highest amount of in debtedness or liability to which the corpora tion shall at any time subject itself shall he the sum of t wenty thousand dollars ($.40,000). ARTICLED. The affairs of this corpora tion shall be conducted and managed by a board of five directors, and in said board shall be vested the corporate powers of the corporation. The names of the persons who are appointed to serve as directors of thiseorporation, until their successors are) duly elected and qualified, are as follows: J. M. Gardiner, M. A. Murphy. W. W.Wilcox, J. W. Lancaster and Howard B.Smith. The directors of this corporation shall hereafter be elected by the stockholders at their annual meetings, which shall be held on the first Tuesday after the first Wednes day in January in each year. ARTICLE 1. The private property of the stockholders of this corporation shall he exempt from all corporate debts and liabili ties of every kind, and the stockholders of this corporation are hereby exempted from any liability for the debts or liabilities of this corporation. ARTICLE 8. The capital stock of the cor poration shall be forever non-assessable, and each certificate thereof shall state upon its face the number of shares represented thereby, and that the some is fully paid up and non-assessabie. ARTICLE 9. The board of directors shall have power to pass by-laws and make amendments thereto, ana the said corpor ation shall have power to increase or diminish its capital stock by a two-thirds vote of the stockholders represented at any regulur stockholders' meeting, or any special meeting of stockholders called for that purpose, and by filing the certificate thereof and by publishing the same in the same manner as is provided by law for the recording and publishing of these articles O". incorporation. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we hnve hereun to set our hands and seals this 18th day of June.lMX). Ibal1 M. A. MURPHY, (sal W. W. WILCOX, sial JOHN M. GARDINER, STATE OF CALIFORNIA. j Couhty ot Sab Bkksakdiso.I On this lath day of June, in the year one thousand nine hundred, A. U., before me D. Johnston, a Notary Public in and for said County of Sar. Bernardino, State of Califor nia, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared M. A. Murphy, W. W. Wilcox and John M. Gardiner personally known to me to be the same persons whose names are subscribed to the within instru ment, and acknowledged to me that they executed the same for the purpose and con sideration therein mentioned. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal the day and year in this certificate first above written. eiALi D. JOHNSTON. Notary Public in and for San Bernardino County, State of California. TERRITORY OF ARIZONA, j Cousty of Pinal- ( . I, F. A. Chamberlin. Recorder in and for the County of Pinal, Territory aforesaid, do hereby certify that the annexed instrument was filed and recorded at request of Chas, D. Reupy on the 23d day of June, A.D. 1!I00, at 2 o clock p. m., in book No. I, of articles of incorporation. WITNESS my hand and official seal, this 23d day of June, WOO. . , 18EAL F. A. CHAMBERLIN, Recorder. Thos. G. Psytos, Deputy. First publication June 80th, 1900. TWO FOR ONE. Send for free sample and judge thereby. 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Brady, whose post-office ad dress is Tucson, Arizona, has made applica tion to select under the Act of June 4, 1B97, (SO Stat., SO) the following described tract : that certain tract of unsurveyed land situate on the northwestern slope of the Cotton wood runge of mountains, about twenty seven (27) miles southeasterly from the town of Florence; about seven (7) miles southwest of the old Cottonwood stage station ; about five (5) miles north northeast from the old Pat Holland well ; about three (3) miles east of the Coyote well, nod about one (1) mile southwest of the Florence and Mammoth public road. Said tract contains three (3) wells, first, a bored well, with six inch casings, one hundred and forty-nine (149) feet deep; second, one hundred (100) feet north of said first mentioned well, a dug well about eighty-four (81) feet deep, and third, twenty-five (29) feet north of said second well, a dug well eighty-eight (88) feet deep ; all three wells connected by a tunnel or drift eighty (80) feet deep. Said land is bounded as follows, to-wlt: Commencing at a point one hundred (100) yards southeast of said bored well, run thence north one- fourth mile to the northeast corner of said tract; thence west one-fourth mile to the northwest corner of said tract; thence south one-fourth mile to the southwest corner of said tract; thence east one-fourth Mile to the southeast corner and place of beginning. The said tract is situate in the County of Pinal, In the Tucson Land Dis trict, Territory of Arizona, and contains forty (40) acres of land. Within the next thirty days from the date of the first publication of this notice pro tests or contests against the selection on the ground that the land described, or any por tion thereof, is more valuable for its minerals than for agricultural purposes, will be re ceived and noted for report to the Com missioner of the General Land Office. MILTON R. MOORE, Register. First publication March 24, 1900. The New York World. Thrice-a-Week Edition, ALMOST A DAILY AT THE PRICE " OF A WEEKLY. The most widely circulated "weekly nWNpaer in America is the ThHce-a- Week edition of The New York World, and with the Presidential campaign now at hand you cannot do without it. Here are some of the reasons why It is euaily the leader in dollar a year journalism. It is iniiued every other day. and is to all purposes a daily. Kvery week each subscriber receives 18 paires, and often during the "busy" season 24 paes each week. The price is only f 1.00 per year. 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Francisco Flores, plaintiff, vs. Augustine F lores, defendant. Action brought in the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the Terri tory of Arizona, la and for the Comity of Pinal, and the complaint filed in the said County of Pinal, in the office of the Clerk of said District Court. The Territory, of Arizona sends greeting; to Augustine Flores, defendant. Tou are hereby summoned and requinxl to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in aud for Pinal county, and answer the complaint therein filed with the Clerk of said Court, at Flor ence, la said county, within ten days after the service upon you of this summons, if served in this said county, or if served out of this said county and within this said Judicial District, then within twenty days thereafter, or in all other eases within thirty days thereafter, the times above mentioned being exclusive of tho day of service, or judgment by default will be taken against you. Given under my hand and seal of the Dis trict Court of the Second Judicial District, Territory of Arizona, in and for the .County Of Pinal, this 18th day of May, 1900. sael DANIEL C. STEVEN'S. , Clork. 6 " ALBERT T. COLTON, j Deputy Clerk. First publication May 19, 1900. LP. 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Mountain Time. S. bound N. bound Passenger Passenge No. 1 STATIONS. No.il NoS 12.85pLv AshFobk Ari 1.00a No. 2 4.55a! j g.a2p . . . J erome J unction .. . . i U;V. 4 P. RAILWAY 10.45a iLv Jerome An l'i40pi ar. Jerome Junction. .Ivi Ko.21 S.Olp1:: . .P. 4 ETJunction. ...TVSaSo. .15nAr. .Prescott. .Lv; 4.05a! P. & E. K. fi. l2.30p l.OOpi l.pl 2.20P! 2.40pi Lv. ...Mayer .Ar 10.05ai Huron.... Cherrr Creek I.v . P. A K. Jnnrt... Ar Ar Prescott Lvl .20pLv Prescott Ari 4.40pi Skull Valley S.OOpLr. ...Skull Valley... Ar 1.50a! 2.1a 2.18a! 5.20i Kirkland 1.51a .50p 7.p 7.52P .04p .12p 9.24p 9.40p Congress i unction . . Wlckenburg . . .Hot Springs Jc.. . . Peoria Glendale Alhambra 12.11 ai ll.ffip 10.58p .41p 9.ri .D Ar .Phoenix Lv! H.OQpl Dining Station. California Limited passes Ash Fork Thurs days. Fridays. Saturdays and Mondays. Chicugo Limited passes Ash Fork Sun days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Through tickets to all points in the. United States, Canada and Mexico. CoNHXCTioKs: Jerome Junction with U. V. & P. KV for Jerome; P. & E. Junction with P. & E. K. K. for Huron and Mayer; Mayer with stage to Crow n King and other mining points. Prescott with tftage linea for all the principal mining ramps; Con gress Junction with stage lines for Con gress.Hurqua Hala.Stanton and Yarnell;Hot. Springs Junction with the C. C. H. S. A I. Co.. for Cntle Creek Hot Springs the all-year-round health resort; Phoenix with the M. A ' P. & S. K. V. K. ii. for points on the S. P. system. H.P.ANEWALT, General Pass. Apt., Prescott, Arizona. E.W.GILLETT. General Agt., Phoenix. Arizona. MARCUS A. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tucson, Arizona. Will attend to cases in Pinal, Gra ham and Gila counties. G. S. MICHEA & CO, DEALERS IN Corner Slain and 12th streets. Florence - - - Arizona- MESA, FLORENCE AND GLOBE STAGE LINE. .C. C. HOCKETT, Froprietor. Three Trips a week. Daylight Trave I 'Leaves Mesa Sa.ro. Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays. Arrives at Flore ace at 11 :30 a. m. Leaves Florence at 1 p. m., arriving at Globe at ti p. m the following day. Leaves Globe 8 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Arrives at Florence at 11 a. m. the following day. Leaves Florence for Mesa at 1 p. m. Arrives at Mesa at 6 p. m. Stages stop over night at Kiversida. Good accommodations given the traveling public. Stages connect with stages for Dudleyvilie, ......... . V, .. . ... 1. I . 1 . 1 T GfiierallerclilsB, Johnson Bhos, Agents at Mesa. Thos. Ahhob, Agnt at Globe. ; Shiklds Ik Phicb. Agent at Florence re tine ft Always cheaper In the nud than any seeds .at only cnt half ft much. Tested, true to name, fresh and r s reuaoie. a iwy tne nesc ask r.;sft, for Kerry s take- no others. Write for IMS Seed Annual. I. II. t Kliltr A CO. IketniU, Mich. RED HOT NEWS. News That is News to Arizonans in THE Los Angeles Times Full Wibe Service. Very Friendly to Arizona. Clkar and Vigorous. Largest Paper on the Coast. The Times is the only paper with a speeia Arizona Nows Bureau, and publishes com plete Territorial Correspondence. The Times reaches Arizona points 24 hours ahead-, of tho San? Francisco dallies, and is 48 to 60 hours earlier than all papers from the Eastward. 12 TO 36 PAGES. By mail. $9 per year. By carrier, 75 cents per month. IFSub8crib9 with Local Agentv n I 925a 7.0Ua .40a S.20a 8.00u