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LISTS 1-1670, -1671, -1672, -1673.
Restoration to Entry of Lands in Na
tlonal Forest--Notice is hereby gives
that the lands described below, em
bracing 532.06 acres, within the Koo
tenai National Forest, Montana, wil
be subject to settlement and entry un
der the provisions of the homesteac
laws of the United States and the aci
of June 11, 1906 34 ,Stat., 233), at th(
United States land office at Kalispell
Montana, on June 16, 1913. Any set
tler who was actually and in good faith
claiming any of said lands for agricul
tural purpo8es prior to January 1, 1906
and has not abandoned same, has a
preference right to make a homestead
entry for the lands actually occupied
Said lands werse listed upon the appli.
cations of the persons mentioned be.
low, who have a preference right sub
ject to the prior right of any such set
tier, provided such settler or appli
cant is qualified to make homestead
entry and the preference right is ex
ercised prior to June 16, 1913, on
which date the lands will be subject to
settlement and entry ny any qualified
person. The lands embrace a tract of
64.85 acres within unsurveyed but
what will probably be, when surveyed.
Secs. 19 and 30, T. 35 N., R. 33 W., M.
M., described by metes and bounds as
follows: Beginning at corner No. 1,
which is corner No. 4 of suspended
area this application, a stone markeo
H-4 and set 10 inches in the ground in
a mount of stone on right bank of
Yaak River; extending thence S. 6 de
grees E. 10.33 chains; thence S. 13 de
gress 20 minutes W. 6.63 chains;
thence N. 60 degrees W. 22.02 chains;
thence N. 40 chains; thence N. 9 de
grees 45 minutes E. 16.58 chains;
thence S. 12 degrees E. 42 chains;
thence S. 40 degrees r.. 12.38 chains
to the place of beginning. Said tract
was listed upon the application of E.
M. Hayes of Midvale, Montana; List
1-1670. A tract within unsurveyed but
what will provably be, when surveyed,
Secs. 7, 12, 13, and 18, T. 35 N., Rs.
31 and 32 W., described by metes and
bounds as follows: Beginning at cor
ner No. 1, a pine stake marked H-1
whence the Forest Service Monument
situated at the confluence of Fowler
Creek and the South ~ ork of Mahk
River, bears S. 34 degrees 40 minutes
. E. 71.83 chains; extending thence N
35.50 chains; thence E. 44.96 chains;
thence S. 35.60 chains; thence W. 45
chains to the place of beginning.
There is excepted therefrom a strip
0.50 ch. wide described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the boundary
of the tract listed E. 3.46 chains from
corner No. 1; extending thence 0.25
ch. on each ide of a line running N.
13 degrees W>' 15.37 chains, the net
area being 159.14 acres. Said tract
was listed upon the application of Ed
ward F. Fix, 238 S. Ralph St., Spo
kane, Washington; L, st 1-1671. •
tract within unsurveyed but what will
probably be, when surveyed, Secs. 30
and 31, T. 35 N., R. 31 Iv., described
by metes and bounds as follows: Be
ginning at corner No. 1, which is cor
ner No. 1, of H. A. No. 413; extending
thence S. 41.36 chains; thence W. 8
.chains; thence S. 17 chains; thence E.
33 chains; thence N. 58.17 chains;
thence W. 25.14 chains to the place of
beginning. There is excepted there
from a strip 0.50 ch. wide described
as follows: Beginning at a point on
the boundary of the tract 10.85 chains
east from corner No. L; extending
thence 0.25 ch. on each side of a line
running S. 1 degree 40 minutes E.
49.14 chains; S. 35 degrees E. 8.75
chains; S. 73 degrees 30 minutes E.
7.75 chains, the net area being 156.42
acres. Said tract was listed upon the
application of Sarah Kelsey, clo D. P.
LaRue, Box 191, Libby Montana; List
1-1672. A tract within unsurveyed but
what will probably be, when surveyed,
Secs. 4, 5, 32, and 33, Ts. 34 and 35
N., R. 33 W., described by metes and
bounds as follows: Beginning at cor
ner No. 1, a stone marked H-1, whence
a hub marked 5-23 on the Yaak River
Traverse Survey bears. S. 24 degrees
W. 20 links; extending thence N. 5S
degrees E. 18.98 chains; thence S. 32
degrees 15 minutes E. 50 chains;
thence S. 59 degrees 45 minutes E.
17.33 chains; thence S. e6 degrees E.
29.09 chains; thence S. 54,-degrees W,
12.87 chains; thence N. 50 degrees 30
minutes W. 48.79 chains; thence N. 60
degrees W. 11.50 chains; thence N. 33
degrees W. 37.32 chains to the place of
beginning. Said tract embraces 151.65
acres and was listed upon the applica
tion of Conrad L.reitenstein of Lenia,
Idaho; List 1-1673. Approved April 11,
1913. S. V. Proudfit, Assistant Com
missioner of the General Land Office.
LISTS 1-1705, -1706, and -1707.
Restoration to Entry of Lands in Na
tional Forest.-Notice Is hereby given
that the lands described below, em
braclng 285.78 acres, within the Koo
tenmi National Forest, Montana, will
Le subject to se:ttlement and entry un
der the p'ovicions of the homestead
laws of the United States and the act
of June 11, 1906 (34 Stat., 233), at
the United States land office at Kalis
pell, Montaua, on June 16, 1913. Any
setlor who was actually and in good
faith claiming any of said lands foi
agricultural purposes prior to Januari
1, 1906, and has not abandoned same
has a preference right to make a
hometsead entry for the lands actually
occupied. Said lands were listed upon
the applications of the persons men.
tioned below, who have a preference
right subject to the prior right of any
such settler, provided such settler or
applicant is qualified to make home
stead entry and the preference right i:
exercised prior to June 16, 1913, on
which date the lands will be subject
to settlement and entry by any quali
fled person. The lands embrace a
tract of 65.32 acres within unsurveyed
but what will probably be, when sur
veyed, Secs. 17, 18, 19, and 20, T. 36 N.,
R. 31 W., described by metes and
bounds as follows: Beginning at cor
ner No. 1, which is corner No. 3 of
H. A. No. 156 List 1-932; extending
thence N. 89 degrees 20 minutes W.
17.46 chains; thence N. 30 degrees 40
minutes E. 22.46 chains; thence N. 37
degrees 20 minutes i.. 18 chains;
thence E. 24.65 chains; thence S. 33.67
chains; thence W. 7.80 chains to the
place of beginning. Said tract was list
ed upon the application of Wm. J.
Knight, 626 (B) West Broadway,
Butte, Montana; List 1-1705. A tract
of 60.46 acres within unsurveyed but
what will probably be, when surveyed,
Sec. 18, T. 36 N., R. 31 W., described
by metes and bounds as follows: Be
ginning at corner No. 1, which is cor
ner No. 13 of List 1-154; extending
thence W. 35.20 chains; thence N.
17.27 chains; thence E. 34.90 chains;
thence S. 0 degrees 20 minutes E. 17.25
chains to the place of beginning. Said
tract was listed upon the application
of J. J. Brennen, H. L. Frank Block,
Butte, Montana; List 1-1706. A tract
of 160 ac. within unsruveyed but what
will probably be, when surveyed, Secs.
5 and 6, T. 35 N., R. 31 W., described
by metes and bounds as follows: Be
ginning at corner No. 1, a pine stake
marked H-1, whence corner No. 3 of
H. A. No. 341, List 1-1010, bears S. 50
degrees 30 minutes W. 17.92 chains;
extending thence S. 39 chains; thence
N. 75 degrees 30 minutes E. 50.43
chains; thence N. 26.47 chains; thence
W. 49 chains to the place of beginning.
Said tract was listed upon the applica
tion of Bayard E. Harbert, 403 N. 3rd
St., Hamilton, Montana; List 1-1707.
Approved April 11, 1913. S. V. Proud
fit, Assistant Commissioner of the
General Land Office.
LISTS 1-1698, -1699, -1700, -1701.
Restoration to Entry of Lands in Na
tional Forest.-Notice is hereby given
that the lands described below, em
bracing 612.68 acres, within the Koo
tenai National Forest, Montana, will
be subject to settlement and entry un
der the provisions of the homestead
laws of the United States and the act
of June 11, 1906 (34 Stat., 233), at the
United States land office at Kalispell,
Montana, on June 16, 1913. Any set
tler who was actually and in good faith
claiming any of said lands for agricul
tural purposes prior to January 1, 1906,
and has not abandoned same, has a
preference right to make a homestead
entry for the lands actually occupied.
Said lands were listed upon the appli
cations of the persons mentioned be
low, who have a preference right sub
ject to the prior right of any such set
tler, provided such settler or applicant
is qualified to make homestead entry
and the preference right is exercised
prior to June 16, 1913, on which date
the lands will oe subject to settle
ment and entry oy any qualified per
son. The lands embrace a tract of
159.80 acres within unsurveyed but
what will probably be, when surveyed,
Secs. 1, 2, 11 and 12, T. 35 N., R. 32
W., M. M., described by metes and
bounds as follows: Beginning at cor
ner No. 1, which is corner No. 3 of Unit
No. 82; extending thence N. 55 degrees
W. 37.24 chains; thence N. 25 degrees
,.. 9.41 chains; thence N. 81 degrees
15 min. E. 73.60 chains; thence S.
9.53 chains; thence S. 51 degrees 3(
min. W. 51.42 chains to the place of
beginning. Said tract was listed upon
the application of George Adamczik,
509 Warren Ave., Butte, Montana;
List 1-1698. A tract of 148.64 acres
within unsurveyed but what will prob
ably be, when surveyed, Secs. 2 and
35, Ts. 35 and 36 N., R. 31 W., de
scribed by metes ant bounds as fol
lows: Beginning at corner No. 1,
which is corner No. 5 of H. A. No. 49,
List 1217; extending thence N. 19 de
grees 30 minutes W. 10.70 chains:
thence N. 10.21 chains; thence N. 69
degrees E. 81.50 chains; thence S.
20.20 chains; thence S. 85 degrees W.
.u chains; thence S. 52 degrees 30 min
utes W. 30 chains; thence S. 71 de
grees 30 minutes W. ;0 chains to the
place of beginning. Said tract was list
ed upon the application of Romeo Gar
rison of Lenia, Idaho; List 1-1699. A
tract of 144,87 acres within unsurveyed
but what will probably be, when sur
voyed, See. 6, T. 35 N., R. Si W., de
scribed by metes and bounds as fol
lows: Beginning at corner No. 1,
which is corner No. I of Unit No. 104;
extending thence W. 8.81 chains;
thence S. 43 degrees 50 minutes vv
11.44 chains; thence N. 89 degrees -
minutes W. 9.31 chains; thence t
57.10 chains; thence E. 23.21 chains
thence N. 68.01 chains to the place c
beginning. Said tract was listed upo:
the application of Ray E. Westover a
Rexford, Montana; List 1-1700. A trac
of 159.37 acr s within unsurveyed bu
what will prouably be, when surveyed
Secs. 2, 10 and 11, T. .. N., R. 32 W.
described by metes and bounds as fol
lows: Beginning t corner No. I
which is corner iNo. 4 of II. A. No. 333
extending thence N. 71 degrdes E
*-x.70 chains; thence S. 55 degrees F
37.24 chains; thence S. 55 degrees W
h9.15 chains; thence N. 55 degrees W
50.15 chains to the place of beginning
Said tract was listed upon the appliae
tion of G. W. Hutchins, 2006 Utah St,.
Butte, Montana; List 1-170,. Approve(
April 11, 1913. S. V. Proudfit, Assist
ant Commissioner of the Genera
Land Office.
LISTS 1.1702 -1703, -1704.
Restoration to Entry of Lands in Na
tional Forest.-Notice is hereby given
that the lands described below, em
bracing 471.41 acres, within the Koo
terai National Forest, Montana, wil
he subject to settlement and entry un
der the provisions of the homesteat
laws of the United States and the ac'
of June .11, 1906 (34 Stat., 233). at the
United States land office at Kalispell
Montana, on June 16, 1913. Any set
tier who was actually and in good faith
claiming any of said lands for agricul
tural purposes prior to January 1, 1906
and has not abandoned same, has a
preference right to make a homestead
entry for the lands actually occupied
Said lands were listed upon the appli
cations of the persons mentioned be
low, who have a preference right sub
ject to the prior right of any such
settler, provided such settler or ap
plicant is qualified to make homestead
entry and the preference right is ex.
ercised prior to June 16, 1913, on
which date the lands will be subject
to settlement and entry by any qualil
fled person. The lands embrace a
tract of 156.37 acres within unsurvey
ed but what will probably be, when
surveyed, Sec. 28, T. 37 N., R. 31 W.,
M. M.. described by metes and bound4
as follows: Beginning at corner No. 1.
a stone marked H-1, whence a hub on
the Yaak River Traverse Survey bears
S. 54 degrees E. 45.68 chains; extend
ing thence S. 68 degrees W. 48 chains;
thence S. 26.19 chains; thence E. 44.50
chains; thence N. 44.07 chains to the
place of beginning. Said tract was
listed upon the application of William
D. Downing, E. 1828 Mallon avenue.
Spokane, Washington; List 1-1702. A
tract of 159.89 acres within unsurveyed
but what will probably be when sur
veyed, Secs. 5 and 32, T. 35 and T. 36
N. R. 31 W., described by metes and
bounds as follows: Beginning at cor
ner No. 1, a stone marked H-1, whence
corner No. 3 of H. A. No. 341 (List
1-1010) bears S. 62 degrees W. 71.10
chains; extending thence S. 31.89
chains; thence E. 50 chains; thence N.
32 chains; tehnce W. 50.13 chains to
the place of beginning. Said tract was
listed upon the application of John B.
Weber, of Missoula, Montana; List 1
1703. A tract of 155.15 acres within
unsurveyed but what will probably be,
when surveyed, Sees. 28 and 33, T. 37
N. R. 31 W., described by metes and
bounds as follows: Beginning at cor
ner No. 1, which is corner No. 4 of ii.
A. No. 475; extending thence W. 42.84
chains; thence S. 36 degrees W. 4.40)
chains; tehnce S. 13 degrees 15 min
utes W. 25.04 chains; thence S. 18 de
grees 10 minutes W. 4.45 chains;
thence E. 52.69 chains; thence N. 32
chains to the place of beginning. Said
tract was listed upon the application
of Noah W. Coffman, E. 1828 Mallon
avenue, Spokane, Washington; List 1
1704. Approved April 11, 1913. S. V.
Pruodfit, Assistant Commissioner of
the General Land Office.
LISTS 1-1708, -1739, -1740.
Restoration to Entry of Lands in Na
tional Forest.-Notice is hereby given
that the lands described below, em
bracing 393.52 acreos within the Koote
nai National Forest, Montana, will be
subject to settlement and entry under
the provisions of the homestead laws
of the United States and the act of
June 11 1906 (34 Stat., 233), at the
United States land office at Kalispell.
Montana, on June 16. 1913. Any set
tler who was actually and in good
faith claiming any of said lands for
agricultural purposes prior to January
1, 1906, and has not abandoned same,
has a preference right to make a
homestead entry for the lands actually
occupied. Said lands were listed upon
the applications of the persons men
tioned below, who have a preference
light subject to the prior right of any
such settler, provided such sett'er or
applicant is qualified to make hone
stead entry and the preference right
is exercised prior to June 16, .1913. (,:
which date the lands will be subject
to settlement and entry by any lquali
fled person. The lands embrace a
tract of 158.52 acres within unsurveyed
but what will probably be, when sur
veyed, Secs. 17 and 18, T. 35 N., R. 31
W., M. M., described by metes and
bounds as follows: Beginning at cor
ner No. 1, a. pine stake marked H-1
whence corner No. 3 of List 1-911
bears S. 2.05 chains; extending thence
E. 41.80 chains; thence N.38.12 chains:
thence W. 41.48 chains; thence S. 38.0:
chains to the place of beginning. Said
tract was listed upon the application
of Ilarry W. Hamilton, 217 E. 2nd St.
Butte, Mnotana; List 1-1708. A tract
of 160 acres within unsurveyed but
what will probably be when surveyed
Secs. 19, 20, 29 and 30, T. 35 N., R. 27
W., described by metes and bounds an
follows: Beginning at corner No. 1, a
fir stake marked H-1 whence corner
No. I ,of List No. 1-1316, bears S. 69
degrees 45 minutes E. 46.40 chains;
extending thence N. 53 degrees W. 40
chains; tehnce S. 37 degrees W. 40
chltins; thence S. 53 degrees E. 40
chains; thence N. 37 degrees E. 40
chains to the place of beginning. Said
tract was listed upon the application
of T. C. Moore, of Rexford, Montana;
List 1-1739. The SW1/4 of SW1i of
SEf4 of SE,4, the E% of W'/2 of SEI'4
of SE%, the E1 of SE/4 of SE14, the
S9, of SE14 of NE%4 of
SE/4 , the SE'/4 of SW1a of
NE/4/ of SE./4 (40 acres) Sec. 28, T.
33 N., R. 28 W., and 35 acres in the
SW.4, Sec. 27, same township, de
scribed as follows: Beginning at cor
ner No. 1, a'stone marked HI--1, whence
the southeast corner of Sec. 28 bears
W. 23 chains; extending thence N. 28
degrees 50 minutes W. 22.80 chains;
thence W. 12 chains; thence S. 20
chains; thence E. 23 chains to the
place of beginning. Said tract wn'
listed upon the application of J. A
King of Warland, Montana; List 1.
1740. Approved April 11, 1913. S. V
Proudfit, Assistant Commissioner o'
the General Land Office.
LISTS 1-1654, -1655, -1656, -1657.
Restoration to Entry of Lands in Na.
tional Forest.-Notice is hereby given
that the lands described below, em
bracing 621.96 acres, within the Koo
tenai National Forest, Montana, wiW'
be subject to settlement and entry un
der the provisions of the homestead
laws of the United States and the a( t
of June 11, 1906 (34 Stat., 233), at the
United States land office at Kallspell
Montana, on June 16, 1913. Any set
tier who was actually and in gooc
faith claiming any of said lands fo:
aLgricultural purposes prior to January
1, 1906, and has not abandoned same
has a preference right to make a home
stead entry for the lands actually oc
cupied. Said lands were listed upon
the applications of the persons men
tioned below, who have a preference
right subject to the prior right of any
such settler, provided such settler or
applicant is qualified to make home
stead entry and the preference right
is exercised prior to June 16, 1913, on
which date the lands will be subject
to settlement and entry by any quali
fied person. The lands embrace a
tract of 142.01 acres within unsurveyed
but what will. probably be, when sur
veyed, Sec. 33, T. 37 N., R. 31 W., M.
M., described by metes and bounds as
follows: Beginning at corner No. 1
which is- idenical with corner No. 3 of
H. A. No. 494; thence meandering left
bank of Yaak River S. 10 degrees E
10.29 chains to station No. 1; thence
S. 22 degrees W. 3.82 chains meander
ing to station No. 2; thence S. 5.70
chains meandering to station No. 3;
thence S. 20 degrees W. 5.92 chains
to corner No. 1½/,; thence S. 35 de
grees 30 minutes E. 10.40 chains across
Yaak River to corner No. 2; thence E.
30 chains; thence N. 29 degrees E.
37.49 chains; thence N. 89 degrees 15
minutes W. 52.69 chains to corner No.
1, the place of beginning. Said tract
was listed upon the application of Ar
thur E. Barry, 410 W. Spruce St., Mis
soula, Montana; List 1-160t. A tract of
159.95 acres within unsurveyed but
what will probably be, when surveyed,
Sec. 5, T. 35 N., R. 31 W., described
by metes and bounds as follows: Be
ginning at corner No. 1, a pine stake
marked H1-, whence corner No.
3 of H. A. No. 341 List 1-1010, hears
S. 88 degrees 45 minutes W. 63.27
chains; extending thence S. 32.11
chains; thence E. 49.72 chains; thence
N. 32 chains; thence W. 50 chains 10o
the place of beginning. Said tract was
listed upon the application of Earl Tru
man of Gateway, Montana; List 1.1655.
A tract of 160 acres within unsurveyed
but what will probab'y be, when sur:
veyed, Sec. 30, T. 3o N., R. 31 W., de
scribed by metes and bounds as fol
lows: Beginning at corner No. 1, a
larch stake pnaiked H-1, whence corner
No. 4 of Roy Roderick's homestead,
List No. 1-990, bears E. 9.91 chains and
N. 15 degrees W. 36.40 chains; extend
ing thence W. 35.09 chains; thence S.
10 degrees W. 42 chains; thence E.
42.29 chains; thence N. 4,.36 chains to
the plac of beginning. Said tract was
listed upin the application of George
I. Oakes of Colfax, Washington; List
1-16x6. A tract of 160 acres within un
surveyeot but what will probably be,
when surveyed, Secs. 21, 2o, 27, 28, T.
37 N., R. 31 W., described by metes
and bounds as follows: Beginning at
corner No. 1, a stone marked H-l,
whence Hub Z-41 on the Y'stk River
Traverse Survey bears S. 7 degrees E.
4.10 chains; extending thence W. 35
chains; thence N. 20.31 chains; thence
W. 22 chains; thence S. 40.31 chains;
thence E. 57 chains; thence N. 20.37
chains to the place of beginning. Said
tract was listed upon the applicatijn
of Lura Prowse of Whitefish, Mon
tana; List 1-1657. Approved April 11
1913. S. V. Proudfit, Assistant Com
missioner of the general Land Office.
Lists i-I686, -1687, -1688, -1689.
Restoration to entry of lands in nation
al forest. Notice is hereby given tha
the lands described below, enmbracing
631.26 acres, within the Kootenai Nation
al Forest, Montana, will be subjec t(
settlement and entry under the provis
ions of the homestead laws of the United
States and the act of June I1, 1906 (3e
Stat., 233), at the United States land
office at Kalispell, Montana, on June r6
1913. Any settler who was actually an(
in good faith claiming any of said land;
for agricultural purposes prior to Januar}
r, 90o6, and has not abandoned same, hat
a preference right to make a homestead
entry for the lands actually occupied
Said lands were listed upon the applica.
tions of the persons mentioned below
who have a preference right subject tc
the prior right of any such settler, pro.
vided such settler or applicant is quali
fled to make homestead' entry and, the
preference right is exercised prior tc
June 16, 1913, on which date the lands
will be subject to settlement and entry
by any qualified person. The lands em.
brace a tract of 160.26 acres within un.
surveyed but what will probably be,
when surveyed, Secs 19 and 30, T. 35 N.,
R. 31 W., described by metes and bounds
as follows: Beginning at corner No. r,
which is corner No. I of Roy Roderick's
application, List No. 1-990; extending
thence S. 230 E. 38 28 chains; thence S.
150 E. 36.40 chains; thence E. 15.23
chains; thence N. 50 Io' W. 70 chains;
thence W. 17 chains, thence N. 87 5o0'
W. 16.68 chains to the place of begin
ning. There is excepted therefrom a
strip o.50o ch. wide described as follows:
Beginlnng at a point on the boundary of
the tract S. 870 50' E. 5.67 chains from
corner No. I; extending thence 0.25 ch.
on each side of a line running S. 21° E.
65.59 chains; S 45 degrees W. 4 chains;
S. Io degrees W. 6 chains, the net area
Ieing 156.49 acres. Said tract was listed
upon the application of Ella McLaren, of
Hamilton, Montana; List 1-1686. A
tract of 159.67 acres within unsurveyed
but what will probably be, when sur
veyed, Sees. 3 and 4, T. 35 N., R. 32 W.,
lescribed by metes and bounds as fol.
lows: Beginning at corner No. I, a pine
itake, which is also corner No. 6 of H.
-. No. 5o, List 1212: extending thence
N. 35.33 chains: thence E. 6q.68 chains:
thence S. 17.48 chains: thence S. 75 de
grees W. 16.50 chains: thence N 50 de
grees W. 1I chains: thence S. 65 degrees
W, 50 chains to the place of beginning.
Said tract was listed upon the applica
tion of Fred Zurlo, 1509 Gallatin St.,
Helena. Montana: List 1-1687. A tract
of 16o acres within unsurveyed but what
will probably be, when surveyed, Secs.
2, 3, 34, and 35, Ts. 35 and 36 N., R. 32
W., described by metes and bounds as
follows: Beginning at corner No. I,
which is corner No. 2 of the Olson Flat
Ranger Station: extending thence N.
36.50 chains; thence W. 33 8o chains:
thence S. 58 chains: thence N. 58 de
grees 30 minutes E. 40 chains to the
place of beginning. Said tract was listed
upon the application of Icie Garrisun,
of Fortine, Montana: List 1-1688. A
tract of 155.10 acres within upsurveyed
hut what will probably be, when sur
veyed, Secs. I, 2, II, and 12, T. 35 N.,
R. 33 W., described by metes and bounds
as follows: Beginning at corner No. I,
a stone marked F. S. M. H/r, located
on the north side of Sylvanite Boundary
trail at a point near the lower end of a
meadow known as the Twin Meadows:
extending thence S. 49 degrees W. 27
chains: thence S. 21 chains: thence N.
62 degrees E. 75.50 chains: thence N.
15 degrees E. 12.06 chains: thence N. 65
degrees W. 5.50 chains: thence S. 85 de
grees W. 6 76 chains: thence N. 86 de
grees W, 3.73 chains: thence S. 72 de
grees 45 minutes W 35.96 chains to the
place of beginning. Said tract was listed
upon the application of Gus Witte, 216
Riverside Ave., Spokane, Washington:
List 1-1689. Approved April It, r913.
S. V. Proudfit, Assistant Commissioner
of the General Land Office. a25 m3o
Notice to Creditors
Estate of Leonard Peterson, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, the administrator of the estate of
Leonard Peterson, deceased, to the cred
itors of and all persons having claims
against the said deceased, to exhibit
them, with the necessary vouchers, with
in four months after the first publication
of this notice to the said administrator at
his office in the Dunn Block in the City
of Great Falls, Montana, in the county
of Cascade, State of Montana,, the same
being the place for the transaction of the
business of said estate.
INGOLP A. STUB,
Administrator of the Estate of said De
ceased. Dated April ninth, r913.
Albert W. Heidel,
Attorney for Petitioner.
Charles Cowell came up from
Kalispell Sunday to visit the folks
in Libby.
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