( (Continued from Pale Ten.)
For Judge of the Second Judicial District
JOHN B. M'CLERNAN
For State Senator
For Members of the House of Represen
JAMES H. LYNCH
ROBERT W. FARMER
FRANK B. AXTELL
WILLIAM F. WHIITELY
CHARLES W. DEMPSTER
FRANK J. PELLETIER
JOIIN J. QUINN
For County Clerk and Recorder
For County Treasurer
For County Attorney
For County Assessor
For County Auditor
ALVIN A. CROSSMAN
For County Superintendent of Common
MISS MARGARET LOUGHRIN
For Public Administrator
SAMUEL P. JOHNSON
For County Surveyor
For Justices of the Peace, Silver Bow
JOHN M. TRAPP
For Constables Silver Bow Township
JOHN II. M'GRATIH
JOHN J. SULLIVAN
b'r Justices of the Peace, South'Butte
PHIL J. HARRINGTON
CHARLES J. JONES
For Constables, South Butte Township
THOMAS H. HARMON
For Justice of the Peace, Meaderville
CHARLES C. RHOADES
HIRAM S. LIBBEY
For Justices of the Peace Walkerville
M. J. POWERS
For Constables Meaderville Township
WILLIAM A. ELLSWORTII
For Constables, Walkerville Township
For the Amendment to the Constitution
Relating to County Commissioners,
Against the Amendment to the Constitu
tion Relating to County Commissioners.
State of Montana, County of Silver
I, John Weston, county clerk and re
corder of said county and state, do here
by certify that the foregoing is a full, true
and correct list of the nominations to of
fice to be voted for at the general election
to be held in said county and state on the
4th day of November, A. D. 1o02, as
shown by the certificates of nomination of
the different parties, now on file in my of
I hereby further certify that the follow
ing is a full, true and correct copy of the
Constitutional Amendment to be submitted
to the electors of the state of Montana, as
certified to me by the secretary of state of
the state of Montana:
NOTICE OF ELECTION.-CONSTI
BILL NO. 55.
An act providing for the submission to
the qualified electors of the state of Mon
tana of an amendment to Section 4 of Ar
ticle XVI, of the Constitution relating to
Be it enacted by the I.egislative Assembly
of the State of Montana:
Section I. There shall be submitted to
the qualified electors of the state of Mon
tana at the next general election to be held
in said state, the following amendment to
Section 4 of Article XVI, of the Constitu
tion, relating to county commissioners.
That Section 4 of Article XVI of the
Constitution of the state of Montana, be
amended so as to read as follows:
"Sec. 4. In each county there shall be
elected three county commissioners, whose
term of office shall be six years, provided,
that the term of office of those elected on
November 6, 19oo, shall expire on the first
Monday in January, 1907; provided fur
ther, that at the general election to be held
in November, 1902 (in counties where
commissioners are to be elected that year),
three commissioners shall be elected whose
terms shall expire on the first Monday in
January, 1907; provided further, that at
the general election to be held in Novem
ber, 19o6, one commissioner shall be
elected for a term of two years, one com
missioner shall be elected for a term of
four years, anid one colnlnissioner shall be
elected for a term of six years, whose
termn of office shall commence on the said
first Monday of January, 1907 ; and pro
vided further, that at each gi neral elec
tion thereafter, commencing with the gen
eral election tCo be held in November, 1,o8,
one commissioner shall be elected for a
term of six years. A vacancy in the board
of county conmnissioners shall be filled by
appointment by the judge of the judicial
district in which the vacancy occurs."
Sec. 2. The vote upon this amlendment
shall be counted and canvassed by such
officials and in such manner as is provide;l
by law for the counting and canvassing of
the votes for member of congress, and if
a majority of all votes cast at said elec
tion for and against said amendment shall
be in favor of the amendment, the governor
of the state shall immediately so declare
by public proclamation, and said amend
ment shall be in full force and effect as a
part of the constitution from and after the
date of said proclamation.
Sec. 3. The official ballots to be used
at the next general election to be held in
this state shall have printed thereon the
following words in such manner as to al
low every elector an opportunity to in
dictate thereon by proper marks his pref
erence, to-wit: "For the Amendment to
the Constitution Relating to County Com
missioners," and "Against the Amend
ment to the Constitution Relating to
Approved February 26, 19or.
United States of America, State of Mon
I, George M. Ilays, secretary of state
of the state of Montana, do hereby certify
that the above is a true and correct copy of
an act entitled, "An Act Providing for the
Submission to the Qualified Electors of the
State of Montana of an Amendment to
Section 4 of Article XVI of the Constitu
tion, Relating to County Commissioners,"
enacted by the Seventh session of the Leg
islative Assembly of the state of Montana,
and approved oi the .6th day of February,
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and allixed the great seal of
Done at the City of Helena, the Capital
of said State, this 15th day of July, A. D.
02oz. GEO. M. IhAYS,
Secretary of State.
[The Great Seal of the State of Montana.]
In testimnony whereof I have hercunto
set my hand and affixed the seal of said
Silver Bow County, Montana, this z4th day
of October, A. D. 1902.
ISeal.] County Clerk.
By JOHN DORAN,
VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET.
Changed His Mind.
[New York Times.]
Robert I'inkerton tells a story of his
father, the founder of the detective
agency, which illustrates the elder Pink
crton's caution. A noted criminal was de
tained in Pinkerton's Chicago office. The
elder Pinkerton left the room and when
he returned took the precaution of holding
a revolver in front of him ready to use.
lie saw the criminal standing by the
door with a snuff box he had picked up
from Pinkerton's desk in his hand.
"This is good snuff," affably remarked
the crook, as he took a sniff.
"For the eyes or the nose ?" asked
Pinkerton, who knew that the crook ha:d
intended to blind him in an effort to
"Well," remarked the criminal, "I'm
sorry to say that the nose gets it this
VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET.
Won a Name for Herself.
"flow did you come to select Olive as
a name for your baby?"
"Well, you see, my wife's father ob.
jected to our marriage, and when the little
one came he forgave us. So we thought
it was no more than right to let her have
VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET.
Inater Mountain Cent
"Wants" IA Word
swampers and cant-hook men for saw
mill; $4o to $So per month and board.
Also man cook, girls for housework.
Contractors to bid on railroad work. St.
Paul Employment Agency, No. i,m
North Main street.
ST. PAUL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
t3o North Main.
WAFTED--BOYS, A. D. T. COMPANY.
WANTED-TW\O WAITRESSES AT
once for out of town.
\VANTI'D-A WAITRESS FOR VIR
\VANTED-LADY COOK FOR OUT OF
town. Good wages to right party.
WANTED-GIRLS FOR GENERAL
housework, out of town.
\VANTE~ -a5 EXPERIENCED PICK
men for coal mine, at once. Enquire
City Employment Bureau.
WANTE.i-TWO GIRLS(I FOI DOMES
tic work, out of town.
\VANTED-TEN BRIDGE CARPEN
ters at once.
WANTED-SIX TIE MAKERS, PAY
teo for yx7, 8 long, awed ends and 80
for 6197-8 long. Board $5.oo week.
Job last till next April.
WANTED-THREE GIRLS FOR GEN
WANTED.-FIFTY LABORERS FOR
woodmen, swampers, log cutters, team
sters; wage. $40.00 and board.
Wanted--Clrls for general housework,
also for kitchen work.
Apply City Employment Bureau.
WANTEID- I WANT A BRIGIIT, EN
ergetic young man to sell Chinese
curios in the United States. If he can
coImmiand mnuch trade, the position will
be a profitable one. Send stamps and
receive sample package free. Yah Salt
Moo, Merchantt in Chinese Curios,
\WANTED--A I'ARTNER IN A GOOD
paying restaurant. Apply at Formel's,
too West l'orplhyry, or 322 S. Main.
.ANI: I ll Mh:N 'I t I EARN ItARRltl:R
trade. Rapid :n.ivancemenett by abun
dance of Ipratctice, qualified teachers,
Cat:alogue frc ; write today. Moler
I('talogue free, write today, Moler
Itarber Collete, Minneapolis, Minn.
\V T.\ T lF ---I'()SITION BY' I.`'1 'I
class butcher; onel who thoroutghly tin
dcrstands tilhe Ib.sincss. Addrc:,,, A\.
I. M., care Inter Mountitain.
E:XTRA NICE RIiOM;, 343 F. lark.
TRANSIEN'T. Si'ECIAI.- -YORK lILK..
06 West Park.
A.LL GOOD OUTSIDE ROOMS, STEA'r
heat; prices reasonable. Ilynch block,
270 East Park.
FURKN 1 S ILI ), rOU? S--jIFIl E'sY
block, 26 IEast .Park.
FOR RENT -- FURNISIIED ROOMS
everything first class; modern improve.
ments; $3o up. Hotel Oxford, South
FOR RI..,T---NICELY i"L,'Ni SIIED
outside rooms, at Miller block, 551 S.
FOR RENT-NICEI.Y FURNISIIEI
rooms with all mod rn improvements.
Inquire 127 Fast Park (upstairs). Miss
FOR RENT-FURNISH El) ROOMS,
strictly modern, first-class every respect.
I'ostoflice block, West Park street.
FOR RENT -'[TWO IHOUSES IN WALK
erville; cheap. Inquire at Ed Dough
erty's, North Walkerville.
FOR RENT-FIURNISIIFI) FRICONT
room. 23 South Montana.
PLACE CHANGED IIANDS; NICE,
roams; $8; steam heat. 223 So. Main.
SIGNS OF GOOD LUGC
1r CIK MoviNy
FOR RENT -- NICE FURNISIHED
rooms complete for housekeeping. 2a9
FOR RENT--IHOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
Inquire 127 Eas' Park.
FOR RENT-FURNISiEDL ROOOMS
for housekeeping, strictly modern, gas
ranges, hot water heat. Upton block,
412z South Main street.
MEIWVAH NOODILE P'ARLORS; IM
porters fine teas, noodles. Chau, Suie
Mciwah Co., I.9 cor. Mercury, the alley.
MRS. WATMER, MIDWIFE. zo9 DA
TIE BUTTE' TRANSIER COMPANY
-The largest anl most thoroughly
equipped outfit in the city. Gives best
service. OCflce, I 22 Park. Tel., 463.
Thomas Lavelle, Prop.
Volcano Destroys Coffee.
[IY ASSOC'IATEDI PRESS,]
Hamburg, Nov. 3.-Advices received
here from Guatemala say that aoo,ooo
hundredweights of this year's coffee crop
were lost as, a result of the eruption of the
volcano Santa Maria.
VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET.
Advertise Your Wants
in The later 1lountain
hlOR SALE-A 53-ROOM LODGING
house; good paying proposition; will
sell very reasonable. Inquire 80o W. Park.
FOR SALE-CHEAP, IF TAKEN AT
once, a confectionery; good reasons for
selling. No.. j36 West Granite.
FOR SALE- to-ROOM LODGING
house, 67 East Park.
FOR SALE - 16-ROOM LOI)GING
house. j32 \Vest 'ark.
FOR SAI.E--A.\ COZY to-ROOM L.ODG
lug house, rent only $.t5 per month.
Apply at Fiormerl's, ton West Porphyry
street, or .-2 South Main.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
FOR SAI.E---(;REAT IBAHGAINS IN
real estate this week. Apply at Formel's,
soon West Porphyry, or 3..: S. Main.
FOR SALE.I---RESTAURANT ANDI CON
fectionery store; cheap. Apply at
Formel's, Ino West Porphyry street, or
323 South Main.
A WASHBURN OR REGAl. MANDOLIN
guitar or banjo and a terna of jo lessons
for $40 at Farson's Studio, 31s Dakota
street. Hours, S to to, evenings.
II. H. HANSON, M. D., GENERAL
operative surgeon. Office.s as, a6, a27 Sil
ver Bow block. Telephone 402.
OCULIST AND AURIST.
DOCTOR T. A. GRIGG, EYE, EAR,
nose, throat and lungs. Prices moderate.
Terms cash. No. 41 Ilirbour building.
ht) 1tl8 ADJUSrTMENI CMI'ANY .uL
Ice:, bad billh; try it. ias horth MAain.
I t1V I U.tlsnHrr-tb.
PACIFIC STUuIO, 221 SOUIi. ARI
sona stecet, Lutte. First-class work at
reasonable prices and prompt attention
DUSSEAU & THOMSON, PIIOTOGRA.
pliers. First- class work guaranteed.
2al-i.9 East Park street.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
E. P. OT'1"1' & CO., IEALI.ERS IN CI.EAR
Havana cigars; extra quality. Call and
try them. 57 East Park street.
FOR ALL STOVES i: RANGES,
Scott, 2a6 a.st Park Tel. ..,L.
RENSIHAW HIAI.L - NEW MANAGE.
ment. Finest music in Butte. Smooth.
eat floor for dancing. Lady and gentle.
men instructors. Lessons every night,
commencing at 8:3o. Social every Mon.
day, Wednesday and Satur.ay nights,
commencing at :oo. William E. Slelafi,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
CARROLL DOLLMAN, ATTORNEY AT
Law, Room a Washington block.
FOR REN'T'--4-ROOMED FLAT; MOD.
ert; steam heat. Inquire Hlotel Ox
FITZPATRICK & LE:WIS, ASSAYERS.
Successors to A. B. Rombauer, so8 No.
Wyo. St. 'Phone 650-B. P. O. Box. r14.
JOHN R. BAI'TY, ASSAYER, 57q IIAM.
ilton street, Butte, Montana.
TIHE MONTANA TRANSFER CO. IS
the largest and mot: thoroughly
equipped outfit in the city and will 'ive
you best service. Office is 'Vest Brou'd
way. Telephone, 231; pestoffice box, 76y.
MONTANA VIAVI COMPANY, 3ta
Goldberg block, Butte. We treat success
fully diseases of women, catarrh, stom.
ach and bowel troubles. Vapor baths
and ,utn.sage treatment in connection.
In the Justice's Court, Township of South
Butte, County of Silver Bow, State of
Montana, Cornelius Taylor, Justice of
Mike ;ordon and Morris Perelson,
plaintiffs, vs. Harry Wegner and if. Weg
The state of Mentana sends greetings to
Harry Wegner and H. Wegner, defend
ants above named: You are hereby re
quired to appear before me in my office at
817 South Front, Township of South
Butte, county of Silver Bow, and state of
Montana, on Friday the 7th day of No.
venber, A. 1). 19o2, at 2 o'clock p. m.,
and answer the complaint of plaintilfs on
file in an action to recover of you the
sum of seventy ($70.00) dollars for money
loaned and advanced to defendants by
plaintiffs, at the special instance and re
quests of defendants, and for their use,
and which they refuse to repay and have
failed to do so.
And you are hereby notified, that if you
fail to appear and answer the said comn
plaint as above required, judgment will be
taken against you according to the com-.
plaint and costs of this suit.
Given under my hand, this 7th day of
Justice of the Peace.
lanter Mountain Cent
"Wants" A Word
CLEANING AND DYEING.
PAUMIE'S PARISIAN DYE HOUSE,
all work guaranteed. 6o West Galena
street. 'Phone 74:A. French dyeing
MONEY TO LOAN.
LOANS--MONEY TO LOAN AT S PER
cent: no delays. Hall Brothers, 4 Ea¥s.
Broad.vay, Butte, Montana.
LOANS ON FL'RNITURE - lOW
sates. Room a, 27 West Broadway.
MONEY TO LOAN - JACKMAN I
Armitage Co., Ilirbour b;ork, N. E cor
mtr Main and Broadway
UICIISLI. 42 West iroadway, pays the
highest cash price for sccond
OFCIISI.I. hand hournhold goods; has
new targcs to exchange for
OECIISLI. old stoves and furniture ; pays
freight to neighboring towns.
DO YOU WANT AN IESSA \VWRlI
ten ? If you are a club amenther, college
or high school studen: or public speaker,
we can assist you in the preparation of
papers. Information on all subjects
compiled ; manracripts criticised and
prepared for the press by competent
university graduate; correspondence
.solicited; all relations strictly confiden
tial; reasonable charges on application.
The W\riter's Aid, lBox 88R, Itutte. Mint.
TO TIHE ELECTORS (OF SIL.VER 11oW
Getlemcn :en I have lived 2, years
amongst yonu; have always l.lnae mily dllty
as a citizen. I ami now Iefore you as a
candidate for public admilnistrator on the
republican ticket. The oflice is a minor
one, but would be acceptable at thii time
at youir hanlds. l(csprectfully yoiurs,
Mlanl.iger Iluittr l"xchliange FIr'. Co.
SIEGEl'S I OAN OFFICE--a 1:. PARK
street. Money laarcd on every articl: of
\WE'ST SiI)tE .iLEC. CARI'l'.T lCI.L AN
ing Co., a 30 W. ltdwy. Tcl,. 867 A.
IlISS . I'R I NI.IY'S St II()(l., AI I.
tgra i's ngtu ht. .1I1 \\'e.t Alca , y. t)Uily
private S. h-Ii
1OOK IINDL R.
SIIAI< IS ll.SI. I 'E, i i6 IlAST
Ihi..Iway, bla; !k bIouk, Isllinlg, Ie
ni;iag.i/nce wi k, olo.ii siin g.
LIGHT MACHINE WORK.
01 1 I t, NOV()./ f'tY \\HIO<K, '7 NORT'll
Ariina triit. W\V. I. Stewardi, p.
It is not ponsilie fui- the proplrietors to
publish more than a very few of the
umro lettersIettir rcc ive I il praise of
Clhamberlain's Colic, Cho(lra and D)iar
rhoean Riemedy and telling of its remarkable
cures. 'Thiiy coille fromn people in evcry
walk in life and from every state an the
Union. The following from Mr. T. W.
Greathoase of I'rattsburg, I'a., speaks for
itself: "I would havt' been dead now but
for the use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and I)iarrhoca RIeimedy. It cured rme of
chronic diarrhoea after seven years of snf
finring. I can n'v('r say too muIIch il praise
of that remedy." For sale by l'axsoii &
Rockefeller, Newbro IDrug Co., Christie &
l.eys, and Newton Iros., Butte.
NUT'I'ILE F SiT.'lKII)LDI,.1(S' MAIll.:r
The rlevntll annual lmeeting of the
stockhohllers of tlhe ItrownhclI Canty Car
pett company will be heIl on November
thel 31 at H o'clock p. In. at the collpany's
olleie, 48 to 54 W1'st Park .sreet. Said
Intrceting is for the purpose of electing
trulstes and tra .actilg sullch ther bulli
nI ss a maily pr.pr'ly (cmJl.. before the
m eti'llll g.
JAMES A. ('ANTY,
WVM. lItl\VNFIEl ,11,
Secretalry and Treasurer.
Order to Show ('ause Why O)hdr of Sale
of lical ',stlte Should Nut lie Made.
In the l isth it ('mitt of the Se, ndI J,1
dicial District of the Stat, of Moni;ji.
lin the matter of tthe e I,le oi I.r hatd
Mortiisoni, d.cuis. I.
J. I (Collins, the ,ahnnmlitrator of the
estate of kicha;rd Mortitn, deca-tedI, hav
ing bled his pe tition herein praying for
an order of sale of all the real and per
sonal estate of the said dccedent for the
Itpurposes therein set forth.
It is therefore ordered by the judge of
said court that all Iprsons intere sted in
the estate of said deceased appear before
the said district court on Monday, tlhe
24thl day of November, o9(14, at to o'clock
in the forenoon of said day, at the court
room of said district court at the court
holuse in the county of Silver flow, to
show cause why an order should not be
granted to thlte said J. 1'. Collins to sell
so nemuch of the real estate and personal
property of the said deceased Richard
Morrison as shall be necessary.
And that a copy of this order be pub
lished at least four successive weeks in
the Butte Inter Mountain, a newspaper
printed aind published in said Silver Ilow
county, ,state of Montanta.
JOHN 13. M'CLI:RNAN,
Dated October 24, roz2.
MINING APPILICATION NO. 4580.
United States Land Office, Helena, Mon
taina, October to, 19o2.
Notice is hereby given that Andrew V.
Lorry, whose Ipotoffice address is Butte,
Silver Bow County, Monttna, has this day
filed an application for a patent for 1,496
linear feet, the same being for 1,365 feet
in an easterly and r3J feet it a westetly
direction front the point of discovery on
the Swamip Angel lode Mining Claim, sit.
uted in Fourth of July (unorganized) Min
ilg District, Jeffeiron County, Montana,
the position, course and extent of the said
jmining claim, designated by an official sur
vey thereof, as Survey No. 6675 Township
number 3 north, Range number 7 west, a
notice of which was posted on the claim
on the 6th day of October, 39o0, and be
tng more particularly set forth and de
VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET.
Advertise Your Wants
In The later Mountala
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
The Southern Hotel
25c DINNER 25c
The SOUTHERN HOTEL gives yo4i
the BEST MEAL and BEST COOKED
food for aS CENTS of any place in the
city. You get as mnuch of any and every
dish ofTcrcd on the bill of fare as you
wish. OUR CUISINE is unexcelled.
Don't forget the place and you will not
forget tile dinner. Come tomorrow and
try one of our dinners.
tI.'ied in thle lflicial field notes and plat
thelretf on file in this otlicat, as follows,
lleginnitig -t the northwest location
corner, a l:ranite stone, 8xioxit8 inches,
14 inclhes deep, Illarke, ! 6575 for Corner
No. i fromt whence initial Point No. a,
estabilished for iirveys '. the uisvlrveyed
portion of Fractionl;l TIownship 3 north,
Ilange 7 west, hears north 4 degrees 43
minutes 130 seconlds west. 6,48.6 feet, and
I illtlling thence south 85 degrees 47 Inin.
utles cist, 1,40) feet to the northeast Cor
nir No 2; thence south 24 degrees St
Iltlllttets I est, 59t7.5 feet to the souttheaIst
( orner No. :,; thence north 86 degreeis *t
tiitiiten west, 1,504 5 feet to the nouthwest
.orlner No. ,1; thence :airth 24 degree . 5t
tIIIItti' s east, (Ja fret ti) ('Orner No. I andl
place oif ,l' tlning, cornlt:ling an :lra oa
I.60 acreI Iof t h;ih I 8L atres are in con
flict with Survey No. 6;.(t and not caimeld,
leavinlt a in t Iarea oif 17.77 nres., cliiicd
by thel ahove inamed nppliiant for patent.
The I:c:ttin olf this mine i recordied in
lilt othee oi f the iciotlctr of Jellhi.son
( untl y, liI Page .,d in I l ,il "i 1'' of
tilh M yiv illene i.,h ,ni the vwe t I." , I l,;v t
Mt ll:talc, ,eptlhin l.
1 .1 `I.\ K It. M A1111 1 'i .l,
lHe 11i ir.
Ji iS. I. IIINI'ERI1i
1'. S, ( I ien .1t-;" nt.
(litrl I' :l., l, itn ( ,,iii r I11, Ie n. )
lMININ; I1 '' It aiVr ) ON NO. 4i86.
Uriltod Staltes '.and (Sile, itlesat, i'on
l talta, r yNl.i iri l, Iiii.ip
Notlit' i. h i, , by r ive l lh t e., ith t p
kins ard I 1h, ih.t t i tti,,,is , viiw ,:, poSwt
lItc, ahlh, i, tutlac. ;ttil ,u-,t, cI thie 4
rl;iy i l oe t i r l tl ati, a f'or :1 I' it, nt
:lu ;,o, I ll,.ar fe h+t, I l ;l ,. 5 Inst ,'r th.,
title- liinrl t Shi-,.i1t t II ritell r c iii the .nit
easterly anl 7.15.1 f"et .t outhwrt s . I i.t tlly oot
hiscovery rut ol the AlMi,,;;ii Lodih " 1;114
(';tilte, iu in which ta notice of int.cul I, t
i ply for : ltet wthis ;r'lted o the ilree
aiy of th tteh ret, .. t iitated' in ýsrt nit
Valley (ilnurr:laniir ) Mt ini- g istrict, tt hl
ver fllow ('unity, IStle o MofIlnan, de-l
ignahed as Survey No. i 73l0, iiiun Taionhip
l nothl of tr ge 7 cy St. being 1 Ni i 1ate,
particularly deser.ned as follows, to-wit:
rtgilliing at lilt( northwest Cartlt er ai
grallnite stoe st inl the ground. with a
nutnil of ralth alongside, and maI.ald
I 67.14 for Corner No. I, trolt which thil
Ine fourth Sriu ti i- Corniler on the e.at
bouCitdatry of Section i7, i'n1'shipi 3 nltlt.,
iH;ungt 7 went, bears north .15 tirgreu: 43
lillltei WiestI, ni ii fit, iand ri- unning
thence sutt 4 degree 57 nitllltcs west, loo
fl ;thi thnice north 8i de-grees eaist, 780.5
fett; thrlce north 4 degrees 57 minutes
ast, 09 5 feetl; ttlheme, north 8o de grees
s to ainl vte west, .417.,5 It'tl ; t ihence sillth i4
Itlae of lt gin nitn , oti l aiing all area of
I.hi ares, of whicNh 0).81 arres ale ii con
Ih(t with Survey No. r7,h 1, nI t clailed,
Saving r.o: atrei claimed by thi e above
.l tnld ;ppli,' tlls.
The location or this claim Is of record
in tle rcv'rdi- .r't etht,.' II Silver Now
("aunty. St. tc of Molnt+nua, in look "S"
of L de I.,'c.,tins, oi l I'aite :88.
The adljoining claims to these pr'mit u ,
are `litvy No. 1741, ti;llwhacki.r lade,
lot 255 on the north; Slrvey No. 1761,
Collee= flawn Lode, ont -:57, on the north.
vast; Survey No. ,4406, 1ac:ala; I,',hd. on
the east ; Survcy Ni. -819, M+,ll;iglnely
At l ,l ' f". .it.lite,..t..
MINING ALI'II.c: I'IIUN Nt). 4dB8.
United States l.antd O()ce, lelena, Muq
tana, October I J, 1902.
Notice is lercly'fiy" 'e that John F.
Nettle, Arthur Smith anld the 'Jhompson
liinvstiiienit COlii.paiiy, whose pistunltice a1
dress Is lutte, Montana, have this dlay
filed their apl,lication for a patenlt for
1,5ou lincar feet, being *95 feet soutlhwet.
erly and 1,305 feet northeasterly from
discovery shaft of the Uakfield Lode Min
ing Claim, upon which a notice of inten
tion to apply for a patent was posted on
the loth day of October, 102o, situated in
unorganized Mini.g IDistrict, Jclferso'I
County, M ontana, designated as Survey
No. 6744, iln lractional Tluwnship 3 north
of Range 7 west, and ih ing more particular
ly described as ollwis, to-wit:
Begiilling at the ..,utjl ast corner, a
point in the IlOrth sidle line of Survey
No. 1685, a granilte etomne set in the
ground, with a Iniuil of stoic alongside,
and imuaked 1-67.44 for Corner No'. i, from
which lnitial Point No, r, Township 3
north, Range 7 west, bears north 70o de
grees 43 milutes( e.:.t, 1614.6 fect, and run.
ning thence no:rth 22 degrees 30 minutes
west, 50o feet; thence south 6a degrees
31 minutes west, 1,500o feet; thence south
22 degrees 30 minutes cast, 418 feet;
thence north 64 degrees east, 89 feet;
'Jience north 65 degrees 45 minutes eat
1,406 feet to the place of beginning, cop.
taini., an area of 15.70 acres claimed by
the above-named applicants.
The location of this claim is of recor4
in the office of the Recorder of Jeffersem
County, State of Montana, in Book "17"
of Lode Locations, on Page 74.
The adjoining claims to these premises
are on the south, Surrey No. 1685, King
Solomon lode, lot 248, and Survey No.
a525, Wide West l.ode, lot 357, and .on
the west amended Survey No. a4o3,
Rosalba Lode, lot 336.
FRANK D. MIRACLE,
SAMUEL BARKER, JR.,
Attorney for Applicants.
(First publication October 14, 19oa.)
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