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NO. & VOL. X. FLORENCE, PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1901. MINING APPLICATION No. 752. (Survey No.l5S0.) UsiTKB States Land Office, Tucsos, Arizona, Dot. 17, 1901. J Notice is hereby ;,iven that ia pursu ance of chapter 0, title 82, of tne lie vised Statutes of the United States, U. A. Whiteford, whose post office address is Floreaee, final eounty, Arizona, claiming the Missing Link Lode min ing claim, bearing gold, silver Bad cop per, 992 feetin length, being 5'oS ft. N 11 deg 10 min W from the discovery haft and 454 ft S, 11 deg 10 min E tlierefroun, with surface ground 600 ft ia width, aituate in Mineral Creek win ing district, Pinal county, Aruoni, has made application for a United Stairs patent for said raining claim, descnoed in the official platand notice posted on the claim, and by the field notes on Sle in the United Statrs land ollice, in Tucson, Arizona, as follows: Kegiunirig at corner No 1, identical with the SW cornerof the loeatton.aud with corners No 1 of the Kurbauk and Parson lodes, survey No 1244, U S loca tion monument No 1 b ars S 32 deg 20 min E2U6D ft (no other bearings avail sbie), a pine post 4x4 in. 4 1-2 ft long set 18 in.iu the ground, scribed Cor No 1, M L No 1580, with mouud of stone alongside. Thence N78deif50 min E (variation 13 deg 45 min H; 300 ft to S end center of the cluim, identical with JJ end center of the hurbank.a pine post 4x4 in. 4 1-2 ft long, set 18 inches in the ground, scribed Sli Cr M L 1580, with mound of stone alongside. A sycnmnre tree 10 inches in diameter scribed SE Cr M L 1580 It T bears S 7tideg 15 min j . W 115 ft. 310 ft to IS bank of Mineral ereek ;6o0 ft top of hill ; 000 ft to cor No j 2, identical with the SEeor of the loca tion and with cor No 2 of the liurbank, a pine post 4s4 inches 4 1-2 ft long, set 18 Inches in the ground, scribed Cor 2ML 1580, with mound of stone along side. Thence Nil deg 10 min W (vari ation 13 deg 45 min E) 115. W ft inter sect line 1 4 of the Vindicator, survey No 15S1, at N 71 deg 30 min E 102.5 ft from cor No 1; 4'Jbft to Eside liuecen. of claim, identical with the location, a pine post 4x4 inches, 4 1-2 ft long, set 18 inches in the ground, scribed E S L Cr. M h 1580, with mound of stone alongside ; 91)2 ft to cor. No 3, identical with tbe N E eor. of the location, a pine post 4x4 leches, 4 1-2 ft long, set 18 in. io the ground, seri bed CorNoS M LlofeO with uiTind of stones ahjuL'side ;t!ieoce ft 78 deg 50 min V (variation 13 deg 45 win E) 276.62 ft iutersect line 12 of tbe Vindicator, survey No 1581, at N 18 rfej 30 min W 904.48 ft from cor No 1 ; 300 ft to ;n end center ot tne claim, identical with tbe location, on top of small bluff, a pine post 4x4 inches, 4 1-2 ft long, 18 in. in the ground, scribed JfECrM L 1580, with mound of stones alongside; GOO ft to cor No 4. identical with location, pine post 4x4 in, 4 1-2 ft long, IS inches in the ground, scribed Cor No 4 M L 1580. with mound of stones alongside; thence S 11 ''eg 10 mio E (var 13 deg 45 min E) 150 ft to E bank of Mineral creek ; 392 ft to eor No 4 of Parson lode, survey No 1244; 45 ft to VV side line center of the claim, identi cal with the location, a pine post. 4x4 in 4 1-2 ft long, set 18 in. in the ground, scribed W S L cr M L 1580, with moun l of stone alongside; C'.l2 ft to E end cen. nf the Parson lode, survey No 1244 ; 992 ft to cor No 1, the place of beginning. The Missing Link lode isadjoineti on the E by the Vindicator, sur No 1581 ; cm the N by the Olobe, unsnrveved ; on the W by the Parson, survey No 12-14 ; on the S by the Biirbaok, sur. No 1244. AREA. Acres The total area of the Missiog Link is 13.6C3i) Less conflict with Vindicator. 4 44H4 C. 3D, 1390. with mound of stone alongside. Thence N (Vurrjdeg In min E) 8U0 feet to top of Mes'i and W end center of t lie eluin, identi cal with VV end center of locution, u pin post 1x4 ini'lies, 4' 2 leet !on;, 1 inches in the ground, scribed W.K.Cr 1). lii.w, with mound of atone alongside; 600 feet to Cor So 4. idonti cal with SW Cor of locution, a nine post 4x4 inches. 4l4 feet luuj?, set XH inches in the Kromid, scribed Cor. 4 I). 15,J0. with mound of srone alongside. Thence E (Var 13 deg in miu K) 7oO feet to N side tine center f the ehtim, identical with looation. a pine post,4x4 inches, 4' feet long, set 18 inches in the ground, scribed N. S. L. Cr l.V0 i, with munndof stones alongside; 1190 leet to W bunk ot Min eral Creek; la5 feet to IS bank of Mineral Creek ; lsuO fet to Cor No. 1, the place of be-l.-innin?. Total and net Area of Dunham Lode is 20.65 Acres. . The Dunham Lode is located on uusur veyer! land, approximately in Township 4 S, It 13 E G. & S. K. B. 4 iM. In Mineral Creek Miuiufc- District. Piunl county. Arizona, about, one mile uorthorly from the town of Kelvin. The Dunham lode mining elfti n ia recorded in Book l at Pae -i'js, of Keo rds of Mines. Records of i'inal county. Arizona Territory. Any and all person cluiminir ailversely any portion of said mining claim or surface ground thereof are required to tiie their nd vTwecluiiiis with theresUter of the United States Land Otilce at Tucson, Vima county, Arizona. nuriuLf the sixty (HO) davs period of publication hereof, or t hey will bo barred by virtue of the provisions r.f the Statutos. MILTON K. MOOSE, Kegister. First publication Oct. l'J, 11)01. National Aid for Irrigation. Jitt area of the Missing Link lode is..... 9.1945 The Missing Link lode claim is locat ed on unsnrveyed land, approximately inT3 S, It 13 E, (JiS It 1J& M,in Min eral Creek mining district, Pinal Co., Arizona Territory, about C miles N of th towD of Kelvin and the confluence of Mineral creek with theGila river. The discovery shaft. Bxfi ft. 35 ft deep, hears S 11 deg 10 min E 538 ft from the Nendcenterof the claim. Tbe Missing Link lode mining claim Si recorded in book 16, E-cords of Mines, Page 302. Records of Pinal conntv. Arizona Territory. Any and alt persons claiming ad versely anv portion of said mining claim or surface ground thereof Rre re quired to file their adverse claims with the Register of the United States Land OfficeatTucson, Pima county, Arizona, daring the 60 days period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the Rtqtu'es. MILTON R. MOORE. Reeister. First publication Oct. 19, 1901. From the Grand Rapids (Mich.) Herald. One of tbe new sitij -cts likely to be recommended to congress for legisla tion by the president in his fori boom ing message is tint of national aid nr.d control of western irr-gation. This is the first message ev,?r written by a president upen whom the West feels it has a speciul claim. While President Roosevelt lives in the East, he has. nevertheless, been so closely identified whh the west and is so thorough y familiar with Western needs and con ditions, that the men of the plains just ly lay claim to hiin. Responding to tbe call from the West, it is understood that the new preiident will take a for ward position in favor of reciaimiug arid lands by government aid. There are hundreds of tbonsan Is of acres now lyinf waste w hicti need noth ing but water to fit tbein to support a large population. There "is water eaoujh iu the nvmulaius tt'id rivers to work the reelaioatioj of this vast empire, if only the water K properly distributed. Private enterprise has already worked wo iderful results in bringing abojt the desired end. But private energy caunol acompLsh l. e great work yet to be doue. It has simply deuioustrat.d a hit artidciai irrigation wtil do. Auo'.ner dalicully with private ocbemes is tual ni'iv of these irrigation caualsexti n I from one slate or territory to auother. More over, the rivers whose waters are de flected into the irrigation uitch.-s run from one state to auother. iu conse quence, many serious and long stand ing conflicts have arisnover tue rigots of tbe citizeus of different slaies to tue useof water courting Iro u otic sia.e to another. The whole subieet is akin to inlet stale commerce. Nstioual eon'.r.i is imperative. Stale coutrot will re-uh in constant conflicts inliAsaud juris diction. Such a situiiiim is uaAias and will not be tolerated a lo.,g wuile. Tbe eountry at large is iu need of more farmiug lunis Already p. ices of agricultural products are suo-viug a decided tendency to soar. The East is as much interested in the suujecla t ie West, since the industrial or isperity of the Atlantic states is dependent on tne supply of cheap foodstuifs from tue West. Congress should, therefore, not permit itself to be b.iuded by narrow and sectional arguments. Tiie suoject of national aid and control of irriga lion it one that should receive the care ful, ample and favorable consideration of the national lawmakers. aside by law fe educational purposes, shU be reserved as a special fund iu the treasury, to be known as the "ariJ laud reclamation, fund," for the con struction of reservoirs und for other irrigation works. The Secretary of the Interior, by meansof tliedirectur of the Geological Survey, is directed to continue tiie ex amination of that portion of the arid nnd semi-arid regions of the Unite! States, where ngri ;ni turn is c irrie 1 o i by means of irrigation, as to the ad vantages for the storage of water for irrigating purposes. Upon determinattoa by the Secretary of the Interior that any project of rec lamation is practicable, be shall let contracts for thtsconslruction of reser voirs, the payments to be made from the arid laud reclamation fund. And after the letting of the contracts has been determined upon, entries upon irrigable lauds adjie-nt to any such p o posed reservoir shall be permitted, under the provisions of the homestead law. Upon completion of any irrigation project, the total Cost shall be ascer tained and the am unit be divided, pro rata per acre of the lands irrigated, and the amount shall be made a c.are agaiusl the lands es the Cost of the right to use water from the syi tem of irrigation, and that ail sueh Undsshall be subject to homestead entry, after uotice by the Secretary of the Interior, upon the condition that, iu addition to the requir meats of the bumestead act, tbe eutryman shall make pa.vinrnt to the government of the coal per acre of the water rights ascertained, the payment to be made ia not to exei-ed ten annual instailmttn's, or audi less number as the entrymnn may elect, each entrymaa to Ue limited to tue en try and settlement of not to ex !eed eighty acres, and the m.ney received U to be covered into tue ari.i-L-.u.i reclamation fund . - Where lands under auy irrigation system are adapted to fruit growing, the Secretary of the Interior may further li nit the maximum amount to bi entered under su':h a ujvt-m by any out person. No patent shall issue until the charge against the laud for the cost of thi water right shall be fully paid and discharged. Senator Haoshrou.jh has borrowed one section from tiie Ne lands bill, providing that nothing in I. is proposed law shall be allowed to conflict with Slate laws bearing on the subject of irrigation, Th; Secretary of the In terior is atit. o. iz-d to immediately as certain what are arid and semi-arid anna. Prof. C. W. Wytia, who died a few d:iys ago, left no will as far as has been ascertained. The alleged discoverer of the greatest secret of the century breathed his last immediately afuir a surgical operation. The operation waa made necessary on account of strangulation of the intestines. Tne patient suffered intensely for mtny hours previous to the heroic attempt to save his life. Thelwo remaining mem bers of the syndicate which was orgauiz -d and incorporated to apply the Wyuu gold extraction process are in possession of the secret of the liqu.ds, and tne departure of one man will not seriously interfere with the plans which nave bsen under fornittiou for titrte moDtus past. -Denver News. 'You may quote mo as spying thut i he Rock Island lis nottiing whatever todo'with the Dew road that I m l my .issociates coutero;jiate. building from Phoenix to rlensou. Neither is it a S nu Fe enterprise,, though usstirel'y constructed with all fneu lliu-.'s to ward that corporation . " The speiker was frank M. Murphy, president of the Santa Fe, Preeott ani Puoeaix Railway Couipauy. Pnoeuix Democrat. When using baking powder it is always econ omy to buy the Royal. Royal makes the finest, most wholesome and de licious food. THE TEMPE BRIDGE. From the view point of a "Bird of Passage." When you're tin-canM down Bisbee-way Thesunshiue says, "come roam Tou hit the grit in cadence Gray For Prescott or Jerome; Tour heart is Ihfht as cloudland dight, AH life's a j i nb;iree ' But soon vou'llerava the shaiy liar Of the bridge beyond Tempe. "When flrstyoa spurn the smoky drifts, The single-jack and drills. The rover's blood within yon lifts A paeu deep that thrills Like saga okl of warlock bold. Out od the sun-lit sea But that's before you've waddled o'er The bridge beyoud Terape. "When sua burns deep upon your cock. And Phoenix' mioke you As heavy-heartedly you trek Alone the "il. & P.." Tou make a vow uo more to plow The desert'ssaody ssa. As with set teeth you slidabeueata The bridge that's near Tetupe. But just as louraxste3l smiths steel And men tank up on her. The g-rira old bridge their tread will feel Its. areh fieir woe will hear. While aye we come all ou the bum Across the clese rt r is We'll pause "a few'' as we come through The bridge hard by Tempe. ;Jos. F.CmsaoLM.in phoenix Ke,)nbliean. eiety, composeu or aoout 2,500 mem-' bers, posstss one member who is 105' years old, a dozen who are over 90 anil a very large percentage of octogena rians. E. A. Martel, the French explorer of caverns, whose discoveries under ground hive attracted much attention, reports that hi has found in the depart ment o? Ilautes Alpes a cavity in tha form of a "natural well" whose depth. exeeecU tlixt of any other known. He has sountkd it to the depth of about 1,027 feet, but the actual bottom has not betn reached. Washington is the principal lumber' state in the union. It has anestimated two hundred billion feet of merchant able timber, an amount that would al low of cutting at the present rate for' 100 years before its exhaustion. But the same wasteful methods prevail there which have denuded some of the older states of their timber, and there is the same lack of provision for the future. ! GOOD WORDS FOR HEW BREAD. SCIENCE AKD INDUSTRY. For over Twenty-five Years America's! Sianckrd High-grtvde teivcerrt Cigar. HAAS BARUCli & CO. Distributors.. LOS ANGELES, . C71L. MINING APPLICATION No. 755. Survey No. 1M0. UMTEDS STATE LANi) OFFICE. Trcson. Arizona, Oct. 17. 1931 Notice Is hereby iriven that, in pursuance r.f Chan 8. Title 82, of the Revise ! Statutes of the United States, w. A. Whiteford. whone IKtst oflhe address is Florence. Pinal county, Arizona, claiming the Dunham 1wle mining; elaim, bearing: eold, sittrer snd eopper, lJO feet in lensrth. extend Inif 750 feet W and and 7ii0 E from the discovery shaft, with snrfee emund litl feet in width, situated in Mineral Creek Minlne Dlstriet, Pinal county, Arizona, has made application for a United States patent for saia mlnlufr claim, described in the offi cial platand notice posted on theetatm. and by the field notes on file in the United States Land Oltiee. in Tucson. Arizona, as follow: Kegrinninar at Cor No. 1. identical withNE Corof the location, a pine post 4x4 Inches, feet Ions;, set 1H inches in the pround, scribed Cor. 1 1). KiMO. with mound of stones alonrside. from which 17. S. Loo. Mon. No 15fU Brs. S 65 deK 5 min W. V feet. Thence S (ar IS desr 10 min K) H0 feet to E end center of the claim, identicnl with the loca tion. pine post 4x4 Inches. 4' feet lonK, set 11 inches in the irroiind. scribed B R. t r. l. KiMO, with mound of stone alongside: 3 to K bank of Mlnernl Creek -. soil feet to Cor No.'i, identical w ith SK Cor of location. As this falls in the bed of the Creek, a Cor is estab lished at a point 1S! feet E. on hiirh jrronn l. where a post 4x4 inches, 4 t feet lonp. i-. set IS laches In the ground, scribed VV. C. 'i J). UK), for a w itness corner of Cor No. 1. with mound of stone alongside. Thence Wfrrnn exact ("or point in bed of Mineral Oeek. (Var IU des 10 min E) 75 feet to W hank of M Inernl Creek ;725 feet to small fnilch; 7W feet to S side line center of the claim, identical with lneatlou, a pine post 4x4 inches. 4lS feet lone, 1m inches in ftronnd. Scrihed S. S. L. Cr O. 15HCI. with mound of stone along-side; IViO ft. ascending; hlsrh Mosn. to Cor Nu. S.identical with SW Cor of location, a pine post 4x4 inches. (' fgvt long;, Is inches In the (round, scribed Tha New Irrigation Bill. WAsaiNGTON, Djo. 4. Senator lUna- : brough of North Dakota to-d .y intro duced bis irrigation bill. This bill is iuiportant from tbe taut that it lus been indorsed by a considerable num ber of senators from the VV-st, and by a considerable number of Representa tives, also, including, it is understood, Speaker Henderson, who is reported to have agreed to let the bill come up promptly in the House, if the Senate adopt it, or if tiie House Committee on Arid Lands report it favorably, as will be done. The main sections of this bill pro vide that the money received from the sale of public lauds in the arid and semi-arid sectionsof the United. States, beginning with the fiscal year ending June 30 next, excepting the money set . t,".'.::z ii . i V SUBSET ROUTE ..Southern Pacific Co.. -- I SUNSET LTMITED PACIFIC COAST LIMITED T R A VSCONTI N i'NTAL DAJLT MOVING PALACES The Scenery is Unsurpassed The Accommodations are Unexcelled 'lo i T ou jie f Show y Goods FOB UIX PARTtCULAKS AND SLBEPISO-CAB RSSBBVATIOSS APPLY TO E, O. MeCormick. PassHntrerTraSio Manager, San Francisco. T. H. lioooraan, Gener.il Passenger Aerit . San Francisco. C. C. Sronfe. Sil'wrinteml&nt, Tucstin, Arizona. M. O. ilickueU.Oitv Passeuirer A'ent, Phoenix, Arizona. J. lioores. Local Ticket Agent, Caa Grande. Arizona. The United States produced as much borax as the rest of the world com bined. , Switzerland exported last year3,086, 777 silver watches, ,365,420 nickel and S00.23S gold watches. Utah has more than doubled its man ufacturing plants since 1SE0, the num ber increasing from 30 to 1,400. Oil Fresh Loaves Nat So Injurious to the Digestion as Is Gearar g fuupos-ed. A. writer in the London Lancet dis-' putes the commonly received opinion regarding the injurio-usness of new bread. He says stale bread, when broken between the teeth, resolves Stsell into gritty particles, which, if they were not softened with saliva, would be next to impossible to swal low, consequently man thoroughly masticates stale bread and in doing so impreg-nnies it with saliva, which par tially digests and adapts it to the ab- has been struck at Constant!- i sorPtive action further on in the ali-- mentary tract. j But new bread, being soft and p'as i tic, is more apt to be swallowed with--: out mastication, or. in othpr words Among retail coalers it is said tnat ; s.lt.j T. , . , . , , v a j i . .bolted. 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