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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 190G. MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE OF HOTEL CLERK HUSTED Leaves ScKuerman And All Efforts of Friends To Locate Missing Man Prove Unavailing (From Tuesday's DAliyO lias he been lured to some lonely Srhuiiinan culled Up nil the nty's phy-spot phy-spot in tlio surrounding mountains and sieiuns nnd impiired if United had vis-murdered, vis-murdered, or, suffering as lie was from ited them the previous evening. The thu denre.Hsinir cUVoIm of n iturbimclo I answer the same iu every case; (hat that has been giving him great -J'ain for some time past, lias his mind given 'wuy, causing him to floe from fi lends nnd home, aro questions that aro cori-ously cori-ously worrying tho many friends of Charles Hunted, who Friday night mysteriously mysteriously disappeared from the Schner-man Schner-man Hotel, mid has not since been seen or heard of. Among those most concerned for tlio safety of Husted is Ceo. II. Schiiormmi, proprietor of tlio hotel whero Husted has been n trusted clerk for tho past seventeen years. Mr. Hchuerman stntes that on Friday evening Husted camo to him complaining of a carbuncle that had been worrying him for somo timo past, nnd asked if tlicro was any known cure. Mr. Schuurinmi told him that ho knuw of no cure, and suggested that Husted had best consult a physician. Shortly after this conversation llust-ed llust-ed disappeared from tho hotel, without telling anyone, or leaving any intimation intimation of his departure, mid despite nil efforts of Mr. Schiierman nnd other friends of Husted, no trace of him has sineo been obtained. Not until Saturday morning was Husted missed from his accustomed duties. A search of his room nt that timo developed the fact that he had luft nil iu order. Later in tho day Mr. Hotel Friday Niglit ho had not. Mr. Schiieriiian then telephoned the hopitals, but Husted had not gone to nny of them. Schiieriiian then tried tlie livery stables, but Husted hall hired no rigs, and a call at the S. F., P. & 1'. ticket ollice developed the fact that ho had purchased no ticket there for any point along its lines. Although joined iu the search for tho missing man by it' largo number of his friends, and nlthough strenuous endeavors endeavors to locale him have been kept up sineo Saturday morning, up to an early hour this morning no trace of him or his whereabouts had been secured. No adeipiate lenson for llight can bo advanced by any of tho friends of Husted, as his nccounts nt tho hotel were all perfectly straight, and as he took no wearing apparel or food with him, it is feared that he may have met witli foul piny. Husted is a man of large stature, weighing some "S5 pounds, about six feet tall, auburn hair, smooth shaven, and ordinarily of a jovial disposition. Almost everyone that knew him was his friend, and he was not known to have an enemy iu tlio world, so that his friends are utterly at a loss to account account for his mure than mysterious disappearance. disappearance. WllO. J. II. IN HER FIGHT FOB (From Tuesday's Dnily.) Vesterday the law firm of Uoss & O 'Sullivan were notified by the I'nileil States Laud Ofllco iu Phoenix that tlio (ienernl band Ollice of tho T'nited States, at Washington, had rendered a decision in the case of Mrs. .1. II. Drew of .Itinipcr against tho Santa Fo Pacific Pacific Kailioad company mid K. II. Per- lin, In favor, of Mrs. Drew, and that tho homestead entry of Mrs. Drew up- . .... . if i i.. . u on the no acres oi disputed mini, io cated in tlio Walnut Creek country, nnd upon what Is known us lieu lands, had been declared it legal entry. The decision determines tho point that one who settles on lieu railroad selections, selections, prior to tlie ditto of selection by the railroad company, has tho better right to the laud, although tho railroad company may have transferred its title to the land iu dispute. CARROLL GOLD AND COPPER COM PANY. Tills company has been greatly strengthened by recent changes iu the Directorate and by a number of the lending business men of this common ity becoming financially interested. I'he company is now preparing to be gin operations on it considerable scale mid work of a permanent nature will supplant the prospecting methods. The ore bodies will be followed to depth, a hoisting plant capable of sinking 1200 feet, or more will bo installed mid nil quipmcnt will lie of thu best modern type. II. II. Cloud, M. K., tho Vice President mid Consulting Kugineer of

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  1. Weekly Journal-Miner,
  2. 05 Dec 1906, Wed,
  3. Page 8

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