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Saturday's
VESY WEES BY
reausHE»
fnaa faMwfciwg Co mpa ny* Limit ad.
O. H. BARBER , Maamgar.
Entered at th* PuetofRce at American FalK
Idfehu for transmission through the mrjl# a* m - -
ond dws matter.
Smkë cnptèon Frio*, $2 par Yaar.
TURNING ON THE LICHT.
Mos remarkable were
developments in the investigation be- :
fore Judge Whitson relative to the con
duct of United States District Attorney ;
Ruick. His methods in the grand jury
room were shown to have been not only
highly improper but absolutely illegal,
as we understand the law governing
such matters. His display of spiteful
ness, the displacement of justice bj a
f revenge, the exhibition of 1
spirit
venom, the three-card-monte manipula
tion of the papers hardly comported
with the requirements of official duty.
His amazing brazenry, his domineering
manner before the jury all give rise to
surprise that the members of that body
had not thrown him from the room
It was his
They were the inquisitors,
duty to advise them when advice was
asked and to cross-examine witnesses
to the end that every pertinent fact be
brought out. It was no part of his duty
to harangue, to dictate, to bulldoze.
He insulted the intelligence of every
member of the jury, and, moreover, he
deceived them and juggled things about
until the jugore hardly knew what they
were voting on. The large majority of
the jury were unquestionably engaged
in an honest efforts to get at the facts,
Ruick gave them addresses to which
there could be no reply at that time,
fortunately for his plans, and promises
for which he knew there was scant
hope of fulfillment. And he didn't
care. What he wanted was an indict
ment—a certain indictment— with >ut
which a carefully planned campaign
must fail. The developments show to
what ends he went to secure it. It was
his purpose to job the thing through
evidence or no evidence, law or no law.
jury or no jury. The most astounding
development of all, though, has to do
with the addition of names to the in
dictment list alter the grand jury hail
completed its work. It was shown by
the secretary of the jury that this
done. He produced a list of those in
dicted by the jury. It did not show the
names of "John Doe" and "Richard
Poor John and Poor Richard
Roe. "
were indicted, outside the jury room.
Their names were not voted on by the
jury. Whoever placed their jtames on
t thfc list had i»ist as much right to place
the names of any citizens of the state
on it. But John anyT Richard
on Mr. Ruick 's list,
put there?
appeard
Why were they
Perhaps the explanation
could be ngitred out this way: Under
the federal law and practice persons in
dicted jointly cannot testify in behalf
of each other. Let ua presume that
strong and indisputable evidence was
known to be forthcoming in behalf of
one of the men indicted. Would it not
be an easy matter to shut out that evi
deuce by the 3imple announcement that
"John Doe'' and the witness were one
ami the same? Doe would certainly
be a handy person to have on the list if
anything of that sort had been contem
plated.
that the light will be kept on this sit
uation until all the dark comers of the
official room shall be clearly presented
to the public view. The United States
government is too just to permit pro
ceedings in connection with its investi
gations of the character testifier! to
Saturday. Boise Statesman.
The hope will be general
When is It?
The profound truth that tomorrow
never comes, and yesterday, although
it is always passing has never been
with us, has led a correspondent to
throw off this effort :
"Although yesterday today
morrow, and tomorrow today will \>e
yesterday, nevertheless yesterday to
w would be day after tomorrow,
■Brause today would be tomorrow
am ] ♦
as to
>iorr
yes
ornorrow will be tfxlay to
t'ould have been the day
-terday. -The Pil
aft-:
grin».
Provision has beon matle for the intro
duction of a preparatory course in agri
culture in the high chois of Idaho.
Twin Falls was the first city in the state
to take up this work and the example
set here is now to be widely followed.
It has always been strongly advocated
by Alex. McPherson, who conducted the
study in Twin Falls. Why agriculture
has been slighted for other less im|K>r
tant branches of study in the past has
always been a mystery and it is gratify
ing that Twin Falls led the way in teach
ing the children the theories of plant
life and animal husbandry, knowledge
which every child should possess and j
which will place farming on a much j
■ora scientific plane. —Twin Falla News ;
tnorro
jjfapjollowing quotation from an agri
Hikkri«# is going the rounds of the
flU«>7n, young man. No
hgfev ba; boy s imrm
■J**ni«i!lpri>
k
«m
mand the mean« uf « livelihood. The ex
pansion of manufacturers cannot it" on
forever and there will come a day in this
country, as there has in other*, «hen
the supply will exceed the demand, and
the only absolutely sure occupât 1 on wilt
be farming. Buy a farm white one may
be had.
I recently from Charles M. Lukens, Pro
! bate Judge of Latah county. $25.00 for
i a tine imposed upon O. C. Carsow, for
selling apples infected with codling
moth. This is the tiret tine that has
b wn received by the state treasurer on
d at the
State Treasurer Hastings received
: account of the act .providing a |>enalty
f or selling infected fruit, passe
; last session of the legislature. The act
0 f selling infected fruit is a misdetnea
nor Hnc j shall be punished by a tine of
n0 { | ess t han
00 n»r m.»re than
$ 300.00 .> 1 - by imprisonment in the coun
jail fur not more than three months,
or [,y îhiî h such tine and imprisonment.
1 . ...
The officers for the prosecution in the
timber cases at Boise announced in the r
opening statement in the Borah case,
Tuesday, that the charge against the
senator did not reach the dignity of a
felony, but was only a misdemeanor.
This tends to strengthen the opinion
that pievails quite generally, that
the prosecution was begun in the hope
of smirching the senator's character.
a neighboring
vinegar 1
use your
To each quart
To Can Beets.
Small heels are ihe best for can
ning.
Wash as for present use, and
leave an inch -talk at top to prevent
bleeding.
BoiT in slightly salted
wa
ter; peel as for table.
Have ready in
tau-epan enough cider
cover the beets
Yt u must
ow n ju lgtuent as to quality
•t vinegar add two ta
inf tils of sugar, a tt
blesp
aspoonlul of
inoonfu!
strained onion ju.'co and a t
each of pepper and sait,
vinegar to the boil.
Bring the
Pack the beets
while hor info heated cans and ^
with the vinegar from
►ver
the boiling
saucepan.
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NOTICE
Our grand opening hi
and it was a great success,
number of lots were sold and
toq busy making out. deeds and contracts
to write a n advertisement this week.
ome and gone,
A large
we are
!
WATCH AMERICAN FALLS GROW
FOH PA RTICULARS, WRITE TO
REED & ELL1NGER
hekm* Agrato Aacricaa Falk Developmeat Campaay, Limited
AMERICAN FALLS. IDAHO
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a ^
Um Ezjmrt SWtWasI
and be qualified for % high-salaried posi
tion paying 915 to $25 a week. There
is a big demand for competent sten
ographers. Business men can't get near
enough who can write rapidly and read
their notes. Uncle Sam pays beginnen«
$75 to $100 a month and offers great
opportunity for promotion.
Highest Speed at Government Exam
''«"»on. - Mr. W. E. Winbourne learned
ex P er * shorthand in three months, pass
the . government examination 25 per
l '* nt . hi K her th » n fifty stenographers
" 1 * ting other systems. Mr. Winbourne
is private secretary to the assistant
p "* 5,m * ster general, Washington. D. C.
You Can Learn by Mail,
antee success or
tuition.
We guar
ve will refund your
Send for a lesson free.
Pemin Business School.
Denver, Colo.
""
Awards on Exhibits.
Announcement of the
winners
of the prizes in the exhibit of
fruits, grains and
gatheresl by the Press will be
made next week, accompanied
by cuts made from photographs
of the exhibit, and an aBticle"des
scriptive of it.
the exhibit was very fine,
will serve a useful purjawe.
tablets
While not large
and
To Clean Grained Wood.
Grained and varnished Imitations of
rub
wood are best cleaned by
btng well with cloths wrttits; out in
borax st>ai - ids, never letting the wa
ter touch
then*.
-Aftei
vard
they
should he rubbed with tlannei birely
vith keroaene
luislem-d
r there
n It will Jls». -Ive
m much kc'
the
le
hurdwtsMl
Hitli *t f l a:'ijei wot iu mrpenUBe* and
rub afr . waril lightly with 'boiled Un
Take off srayr - w.th fine
\M Îy it with a
ub with clean leather
).ing bark th**
seed
il
d in oil.
afterwa
!
Paiiti m IrrigalMB
j
Within a short time the Press will
begin the publication of a series of
articles and suggestions upon irri
gation. Many of the settlers on the
Carey lands here have had au ex
perience in irrigation, and the ef
fort will be made to have the articles
as practical and helpful as possible,
by making them apply to conditions
existing on this particular tract.
Some of the articles will be from
the pens of the best irrigation
authorities in the west, others from
goverment sources, and others from
observations of the writer. It is
hoped to make them a real benefit
to settlers.
'
To Can Spinach.
Bit k over the spinach when you
ha\f washed It and strip the leaves
trow the main stems without bruis
tun; them, ('over with void water and
leave in this t
I hem.
r
Cover
freshet
In an hour s time transfer the
and crisp
bates. ||rlpi lag wet.
to a granite
lain 1 «-t, adding no water except
that v Lit*■ s frotu the si»inarh S^i
ibis twit ov jar I« a larger vessel of
rev. ('nve: th tuner vea3**l
to 1: -e;» in the steam and net
both over the lire. When the water In
the outer t t b gin* to boll open th#*
Inner and stir the con It Tits gently with
>1 .. wooden ladle tu make sure that
eoîd
Hi»
they are hr aied tn the renter
auaiit and let the i I go on for half
an hour more,
enough liquid
leave» to cover
lacked Inti
diatily.
There should be
frttut the
ihe spinach when
the j.i-» Seal Imine
succulent
CoBBty Directory.
Clerk John J. Evans, Malad.
Sheriff -George E. Crockett, Preston.
Assessor Isaac H. Nash, Franklin.
Treasurer .Vlaggie Wilks, Malati.
Probate Judge L B. Evans, Samaria.
Attorney Joseph Davis, Preston.
Superintendent of Schools
Hill. Malad.
Surveyor Samuel P. Morgan, Erank
R N.
im.
, Coroner Ahna Jocuiphnon, Holbrook.
Commissioners First District: Thai.
S. Jones, Malad; Second District: W.
P. Munson, (Veston; Third District:
Isaac Thom. Jr., kutddaml.
LECAL NOTICES.
FINANCtAl* .STATEMENT OF THE VfCLAGE
OF AMERICAN FALLS
TO S E PTE M B EU ! tsat.
M»y W Iri>*
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NOTR E FOR PUBLICATION FINAL PROOF
I. John R. Fc
county, I4ah<» wh
ilk
,r A Uni
r». Bimrk
il. umler
• nf the
arey Ac.
'■
t
f th** tejfi-il.t
f/f [fUhri.
apprtwffd March 2n»J. lMï
township 4 4
-
whtrh
1-4 « 4 * l- J ar.4 Int 4 of
ell E. H M.
»f
h. of
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r.«
k- 5n*l p
t to
Ut
MtAoitfih
i*l that I expert P> pr
I ami cultivate*! «awi Un/l a
a Ht Ai
eh»
(and *l*n
that t ha'
/ith
I
Ici on.
rech»
I ..
law. before U»re
K. Th*
-zn rhe 2»rtI «f Sept«
Bin#
r > l9lfJ
l
ham
by t
nt,y. fdah
PPÜ ifthefoltowi
CT. ft F p per «on John J
Jtmi. O
Bartel ami F
county Idaho
■'-24 9-21
>> r ".•»!.
Walter F
o Heir*» l^fjn Itirlf», W
h We*|el, aü<»f Aher'h'en. Hin#ham
Bartel. C, A
JOHN R FOIJLK». Entrvman
Time irf final urm.f extended to Oetobar 7 liflff.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION FINAL PROOF
l. Walter F Jwi
of MrG
la C Way
nty. Utah/». whf>
i act
wick, nf Aljerde«
i '
■nad
ry St
ri«lati
[hi
t
th
f Idaho, r/MN
[»rond Marc
! 1-2 of SW 1-4 of Ser
#<*3! F B. M
ke fi
of th
f rl
SO
iy k
her
v A
hich cm b
9. nf
T<
-f Hi
ntvhip 5 i
do h

f
I I
I
tahfbth my cut:
d *hat I eaitrrf
to the land mt
1
sacrihed.
«Mad *m.
•* that I hn
-aid tan'l ;
I cult
I
law. ?#f
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« Atom le
Bingham CT.
Ikt. 1907. by
Wm. Mar
«inly, Ulnho.
two nf the f
ei H. E.
Nelli*- B Faulk*. J
fjirk.«. (I. A. Bartel. C. f{ Ft
the
5*.fh .»f
*P
IrJ.
In hr
J.
R F
l
H
»11 of Abvrdf^n, Hinirhnm C*
i •
A
'KB V I
Ick. F.nt
Aßmign+t* nf M< C.rntlft C. Wm . s*
Time of final prm.f extcTuic*i f»>
7, I9>»7!
CI..I
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
rVpnrJrr.s-nl of th« In
Lfirirl at Block foot, Idaho
H**pl#>ml>**r :i,
hysrivnnthat Attni« «* Cbrlat«n
ra t,f John Calvert, /Ie<?«n»J 4 c*f. of
. for ih«- h
Nwky Idaho, hox filed notice nf har inlcnfk
make final five year proof in ft(>
Homcmteari Entry »No
rtf hl« claim.
«le S«*pteml»er
2ft. 1901. for the n 1-2 * e 1-4 of ««ctk m 14 ami n 1-2
! a w 1-4 a«ctk/n 13, township H *<
M. and that aakJ p
G. Caldwell. U. S. C«
P«xaf*-llo. Idaho.
th. rmnga 30 E. B.
tf will l>e made btfoft Fred
Iftxjoner. at hia offir«*
Oetobar 17. 19<f7
Mho ttmtnoH the following w(tne**«« to prove hi*
contlnuoaa nwldenre upon, and cultivation of. the
land, vl*: John Chriatennen. Hyrum T. Htangrer.
Jam«« Walker, «I! of Neeley, idah«i and Thom an
My«n. of Pocatello. Idaho.

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION FINAL PROOF
I. Mamie L. B«whner. of Aberdeen. Hin#ham
county. Idaho, who made entry No, N7, under the
provtekma of an act. «»f the teaiaUture of the «täte
of Idaho, commonly known aa the "Carey Act"
■a r ..,«l March 2nd, 1399, which embrace« aw 1-4
of «action 21, of townahip « oouth. of ran#« 3)
aaat, dt> hereby trlve notice of my intention to
make final proof to eatahlieh my claim to tha land
above daaerlbad. and that I expect U» prove that I
Hava raaédad on, roclalmad and eultlvafad aaid
land aa required by law. before Loren to R.
IWma, al A b e r dee n, Rimrham county, Idaho, on
UM Me of October, IR) 1 ?, by two of the fottowlna
HENRY W. KIEFER. Retrlater
9-7
"WSEb Bar««). J.J.tahrvadar. L.Dirh>. Prank
Watat Jahn R. Faalka. Nah B. Pnutka
ant H jL Oartal. al af Ab*r4a*n. Btnahaai
* W *STaNI* U ROENNBR. Entrriaaa,
NOTH'* ro* PUBLICATION
Tunb>r Laa4. A«t JuiwA IkBt.
Unit# StatM Und OflW«,
ItlackfuM. WaW H>t>i«*ba» li. iwiT.
Nulic* in K«r«ti> («VMI tkat In rvaiplianr* wtrt,
thr prvvi«itM\n ut ikr art ut orna rn> of J un« A
UT», «ntitlnl "An act fur th* aal« of m n b» land,
in th« .Val«« ut OUifui nia. Onta. N«v»l» and
Waablniriun tairiioty ' «a Hlwdnl to ail th«
public Und a tat«« kur art of Auau.t i lMrl.
CLUE B. NASON
of t'uratrllu. county of Banrurl. »laic of Idaho.
haa thla day lilad in thin o4tor har rworn aiata
in«nt No. 123. fur tbo mirrbaaa of th« w |.j nw I
1-4. « 1-f aw 1-1 .if -C lkill No. 1 « ill townahip !
! No. Ï Miuth ran*« No. Ä 1 îi. B. M . and will offre !
prouf tu ahow that Ih« Inml «ou*hl ia morr valu*- i
bio fur Ha timbvr or alun« than for agricultural I
laid I
N
t pur ti M HW, and tu r»uUuh her claim tu ««kJ
' oef*»re Fred U. Celt ) h ell. IJ, S.
j hU office et ha*
of December. 19(17.
rllu Idaho, «
lluntiiy. the 2n4 i

wilntNtria*« Meria I Huai#«. Nur«
rU E. Bancroft. Frank K Hook amt Freni II E.
1 IVirrw, ell t sf A merken Fell». Me h«»
Any end all p«t><»n* ctulonn# advetaaly the
! ubuve-dtnsctikonl laud* er« re* 4 ti«M»t«d tu til« their
, clatma m (hi* tiffie* un or before »aid Jmi day of
■ December. l«i»7
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HUNKY W KIEFEK.
14-ÏI
NOTICE Ft)It PUBLICATION.
[
Timber L*mJ Act, Jut»« X INTN.
Unttcai Land OflWa
Bbo kfoot. Idaho, miter lâ. lRlt.
Notia« k* hfreby #iv«n that
thr pruvUkmx <*f the a#t of eu*
is?*, «n till««) "Am act fo»- th« »al« of
in th#«tat#« of (*alif»Kiiia. Ortqpm, Ncva«Ui and
«loi tu all th«
public land *tatc« bv a**t *•# Au#u*l 4 !»tß.
NOKKiS E. BANC'BOFT
r of American Kall», nmuty of Ona-ula »tat« of
Idaho, ha» thi* da. y filed in thu «rftiv« hu ««
4. for tho, purchaæ of the *%» t-4
w 1-4. *« 1-4 aw |-( „f «arOon
r M»hi(i N'u. 7 -MAIth lang«- N«a »» E
ill ofT«r proof to »how that the land
■re valuable 1
than f»*r agricultural purp«
hie claim U» »aid land befi
h!j% «4Rcc
on Monday, the 2nd day Ik*'
He name»» ai* new.»«* F
H E Ihdarrl». Nelli« B M
all of Amer Uran Fa! U. kl ah*».
Any and all |>«r*nn* claintktir a»lv«t'*«l> the
abswa-deecrltjed land* are re»iu«wt«al *.»» Sie th«4r
claim» in thh* «Me# on of kfigr Mkl ittd day of
December, laurr.
plic.ru-« with
of June X
»Ufr lartdri
W*»ht
»1 t«rrin«r>. "
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nw 1 - 4 . w \
of
Nix IN,
B. M . ami -
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In
tun«
lablUh
Fried O. Caklw*)l. U
IVM-atcilu, t< Lakai,
b ter 1907
fik K I lu» A. Frank
t and Maria
be
HENRY W. KIEKER
Kkktktrr
Ml
NOTICE FOR PU B!*JCATK)N.
Tiwtb*r Idtfwi Au*. J u t»*» X l»Tl4.
Unit«! HUlw l.an*i OrM«#.
lU*K».» S#|zlr*nb#r LA. I9»f?
«m that
iimui uf tk« wt uf CA/n#
i«L An art f«# th^ •*!# u#
th«.t»t«.g t'«lif..r,u«. lint«, N..«Ua «„.t
W in#tun '«rvttor y a» «.$t.«ri*la»l I.» all lh« Irtlb*
Iw Und dtatdo by aa r .»f Au#«mI I Me
MARIA I Ht ta.E
ku. î r
Null«« î-. h
iplatH-p w ith
at J
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t K— t
1 st».
ut An»r„»,t Kalb, ,,
Mah.. haa tht. «lay |U«U
I Ne. HCI. ter th. |>
1-4, «1 t-4 aw
th ran
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HENRY W ICtVFER
Rir#l«|«Pir
NOTR E FOR I't'IU.tr ATION
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la»ml Office
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HENRY W K FI PER
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
• 3. IM7M.
itetl Stalen Lnnrl f»(TV«,
Idaho. Sep
von that ir
«et nf Ça
t for the «*1* of tl
». Oregon, Neva«)« and !
*> a tende«]
t of Auffuat 4, IW2.
Timber Land. Art J«
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Bu< k f.u.t
N«d!c«? t* hereby |
the provlaipn* nf rh
UBS entitled A
in th« State* of < alif
Wa«hin#ton Territ«
land «täte* by
)»er 19. 1907.
ro with !
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all public
AGNES GAKR.
tello, County of Bannock. State of Idaho,
haa thk* day filed in this* «»ffice her «Worn xtaie
ment No IKt. for the purchase of the E 1-2 NW.
„ 1*4 and E 1-2 SW 1-4 of Sectkm No. .Tl In Town- ,
^ ?Zn,!\'Z',hï< tand^yhlUi' ^
valuable for iu timl«er or *t«»ne than f<»r avricul- !
the turnl purtNMe*. and to eatablinh her claim to *ak) ;
b»nd Irnfm» Fred 0. Caldwell, (j. R. Commlaekmer ;
! *t h la office at Pocatello, Idahm on Monday, the!
1-4 I *r»d day of December. 1907
3) ' 8 he name* aa witneaae«: William L. Rice, Bert
to ; Houts. Knorh T Har#rav«a. William E. Bamr*.
j *11 "f Pocatelk». Idaho.
I Any » all peraona clalmln# advaraaly tbe
1 abovo^c- Hbed land* are ra qu aatad to Ala their ;
R. , clain>a It hi* /iffice on or before «aid 2nd day of
on i Decembrr iffff.
| HENRY W. REIFER.
Reiriater.
!
The Hollar spent at home
comas bock to you again.
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. /.Minai» Lmk at Abord«**, Blmritm «nu,
>»•>* *»4» «"«r» No. 1U. j>4*t ih# pr*
rWInn ai an *#t ai il» U g blnlnr» at IA» «Ut» ut
«Ulw, roanmooly knunn «a ih« Carry Art." ap
provad Mairh Xml IM«, »kWh « al in ti .
M «f «rndUa IA luanahiw • a of ma«* «
d» Nirab* «lv* >»il ta at mr In M o l Ina ta
Anal proof to «aiaMiah at* r Ian I* th* Iona alary«
ihmerihad. amt that I ««met to pray« that I ha««
r«aid«d on, ryclatmad and rolikatad «aid Npd aa
i«u"'™d by lan boforo laounau H. Thctaai at
I Abrrtlno. Dlnylran county Idaho, on Haptambpc
! f®rd. IÖU7. by two of ih« foilunma nritnaaaaa:
! P- M- Jaahaoii. C W. Brown, w. P. I Hc liarda
i and Jtohui Huaany. all of Ab«rd«*n. Hlaaham
I county, Idaho.
I »■«
TICE FOR PUBLICATION-PINAL PMOOP
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MINNIE* LAMB Entry man
trutkni to Ortofeer 7 }» 7
Time of final pruof
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NOTICE KOK PUBLICATION
Timbvr Lend, Act June 3, UH».
United Stete» Lend Office
Blea k foot. Idaho. Haptambar U
cajtnplieAc« with
N.Hice I« k«(«b« «iv«n that
Ok IsKtni» of the act of coil»
tilled An act fur th« oak* of limbr Itml*
the
of June 3.
197».
î hi the at*(«i of California. On^'R». Ne.aaia and
; W ashing ion irrriiufj,
public Urut »täte* by act of Au#u»t 4, l«af.
MEKT HOlir/
, of IVatrlki county of Banibux'k. »tat# of Idaho
ha..-» th u day It ted in
nt N*». im, for the
1-4 and w t-2 •» 1-4
(h ran#« No
>r««»f t«* »how that th« land *MU#ht u more valu»
>1« for lu «loti« than fwr k'ultural purpata«». am!
tubliah hi* claim to
%
BAUifuW to all th«
thfa» uffke hk* »Worn »Ul«
1-4 ne
p yurckaar of lot 4,
No. «.
►- H M. and will off«»
4a/«n*hip
No. 7
id band before Fred Q
4'aklweU U. S righJ>ii«AlMn«r at hu uftit-c in |'o
valelk» Idaho,
b«r, 19UÎ.
II« IUIBV4 a« with
1Wo*tvs> lh« Jrd day of Harm
Eau.» T UtryiitM,
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NOTICE rilK PUBLICATION
Tlmbr* Land. Act J
UmUnd Slat
Hta* kfu*»< Itiaku, IkrptiitnUnr U, ||W7
(hat
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LarwJ Offt»-«
Noth» M KctyI»» g
r*Ji Httfiliaihc* with
lh# pr»vk»huu of ike act Uti ntNI#r«M of JuiMT X
Itn*. «n til Ural Aa act fur lb# aW «f it
t** lh# »Ule» wf ( »llli/fn
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publl« lam) *U(iri by at >A# AurUAl t !(M.
WILLIAM L RH'E
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to «Nw»* that lb# land
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