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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Depart meut of the Interior, Land Office at j Cœur d'Alene, Idaho, Dee. 27, 1904. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of her intention \ lo make final proof in support of her claim, and that said proof will be made before Ignat/. Well. Ü. 8 . Commissioner at his otfiee at Sand point, Idaho, on February 15, 1905, vii: Jennie E. Parshall, i I . ^ . .. „ 1 who made Homestead No. 8904 for the hl-2 SE1-4, 8E1-4 NE1-4, NWl-4 8EI-4, Sec. 14, Twp. 62 N. R. 2 E. B. M. She names the following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon and cultivation 1 of said land, viz: David F. Mania, Andrew J. j Kent, both of Bonners Ferry, Idaho, Lottie | Peterson, of Band Point, Idaho, Gilbert Zelt- I winger, of Bonners Ferry, Idaho. 12-31—2-4. K. N. Dunn, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Office at , Cœur d'Alene, Idaho, Dec. 24, 1904. Notice is hereby given tiiat the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Thus. J. Jones. U. S. Commissioner, at his ollice in | Bonners Ferry, Idaho, on Febr. 15. 1905, viz: William T. Stone, who made Homestead No. 1914 for the NK 1-4 Sec. 22, Twp. 61 N. R. IE. B. M. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation or said land, viz: Walter A. Sweet, Spencer I • 1 Lewis, Alexander Cardwell, Spencer Doust, all of Bunmcrs Ferry, Idaho. 12 -H 1 —2-4. K. N. Dunn, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, LAND OI ice at Cccur d'Alene. Idaho, Dec. 9 , P.HH. Notice la hereby g.vcu mat the iu.lowing named hi Hier hua tiled I 1 Ilia 1 .ami, and j .lee of Lia intention to make tiuul proof in support that said piooi will be male before Thom Junes, l. t*. Coimuissiuuer, at his office al Ho*.- I ners Kerry, lio, ou Jau. IU 1905, viz: WKUSIKK liAhNKK, ho made Homestead No. 2885. loi ihe SE;* Set 30, Tw p. 63 N. K. 3 E. b. ai. lie uztntk the toi low ug witnesses lo pi linruUuuouh lesiuchce upon auo eullivalloii of said laud, viz: Thomas McKdUZle, i'eler Barker, William Hethershaw, Charles S, Hocked, ail of Bon neis Kerry, Idaho. 12-10—4-14. V K, .N. Dunn, Register NOTICE rOR PUBLICATION. Depai lineul of the interior, Laud Office at Goeur d'Aleue, Idaho, Dec 1,1904. Nonce is hereby giv**u that the followiug mamed settler has tiled uolice of ills intention support or his claim, uud to make tin a proof that said proof will lie made belote Thomas J. Joues, I*. S. Commihblouer at Bonners Kerry, Idaho, ou Jau. 11,1VH>6, viz: diaries iierhoid' who made Homestead No. 2185 lor the SEJ4 of bE& ae* . 32, Tp 62 K, K. 2 E. B. Ai. He names me mliovvlug witnesses to prove hi» continuous lesideuce upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Mike KilzoatrUk, Thomas Desmond, Heury T. Hubble, John McCuue, all ot Bonners Ferry, Idaho. H. N. DUNN. Register. 12-10—1-14 I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the lulerior, Laud Office at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, December 1,1904. Notice is here» y giveu t m* the following named settler lias filed n nice of ins intention to make final »»roof iu support of his claim aud that svld proof will be made before i'homas J. Joues, U. s. Commissi 3 uer, at his omoe at liuu nets Kerry, William A. Fur-tou« who E^ SEJ4, Sec. 18, Tp. 62 N, R2 E B M He names Hie following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation said land, viz: Thomas Hooker, Gabriel Hooker, Frank Campbell and Geoige H nonius. «U ui Bonners Ferry. Idaho. 12 10 —1 14 January 11, 19b5, viz: ie bd 2590, for the ■latio. R. N. DUNN , Register. Timber Land Act, June 3 , 1878 . NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. U. S. Land Office, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. November I llh, 1904. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions ui the act of Congress of / une 3 , 1878 , entP'ed "An act for the sale of timber lands in the Slates of California, Ore gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory,'* as extended to all the Public Land Stales by act of August 4 , 1892 , GEORGE J. ORKEN, 01 Bonner« Ferry. County 01 Kooicuai, State Idaho, has this day filed in this office his sworn statement No. 1658 , for the purchase of tue sw ', 4 of »ec, 2, in tp 63 north, ramie 3. w, B* M. and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable tor its timber than for agricultural purposes, and to establish said land before Register and Receiver ul Coeur d* Aleue on Wednesday, the ^5, day of Juuuary, 19Uo. stone the his claim to f He names as witnesses; pbell, Martin Kennedy, B. W. Lud ingion, J. H. o reeu, all of Bonnen* Ferry, Idaho Any ami all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands arc requested to file their before said O. Il G claims in this office on or 25th day ol January, 1906. R. N. DUNN, Register. Timber Land, Act June 3. 1878. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. U. S. Lard Office, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, November llth 1904. Notice Is hereby given that In compli ance with the provisions of the Act of Congress of June 3. 1878. entitled "An Act for the sale of timber lands in the States of California, Oregon, Neavda, and Wash ington Territory," as extended to all the Public l.and Slates by Act of Aug. 4, 1892, J08RPH H. GREEN of Bonners retry. County of KooteiiRi. Suite of Idaho, has this day tiled In this office his sworn statement. No. 657 tor the purchase ol 4he N E of sec. 10. in Tp. 68 N. R 8 ,W. B M and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before Register and Hece'ver at Coaur d' Aient, on Wednesday, the 25, dsy ol January, 1905 the O. H. Campbell. Martin Kennedy, B- W. Lnd Imttoo. George J. Green, ail ol Bonners Ferry, Idaho, . .. Any and all persons claiming adversely the sbove-described lands are requested to file their riaims in this office on or before said I5th dsy ol January, 1905. R. N. DUNK. Register. Di recto r i e S M Secret Societies. A SONIC— Bonners Ferry Lodge, It D., A. F. A A. Kolas staled meetings on the last Friday evening of the mouth on or before a full moon. Sojouruiug Master Masons quailhed are Dm ternally invited to visit T. A. Hisuop, W. M Hbnky Micudie, Secretary. 1)|> FFl.lOWS Utopliia Lodge, Sc 36,1.0. O K., meet. 'clerk. Visaing J. H. Hoag la ml. every Saturday evening at 8 , ™ tern *" ly Wm. V auG as k en . Sect e ta ry. EBEKAH DEGREE, I. O. O. F.— Loyal Kebekah Lodge No. 43 , 1. O. O. F meet" evecy Tuesday evening at 8:00 o'clock Visltii-g Kebekahs cordially lavlied. Mr> Mile Walker, N. U. Mrs. Anna Bishop, Secy R R NIGHTS OK PYTHI Ac*- Acme Lodge, No. 15, K. of P. meets lu Pythian Hall every Thimduj «.veiling al b o'clock. Visiting Knights always welcome. Ben Morrow C. C. Win. Ferbrache, K,ofK. 8 . ATHBONE SISTERS— Cresent Temple aNl . 10, meets every other Friday evening iu Knights of Pythias hail. Visiting members Invited. Mrs. Geo. H. Albert 1 . C . kin, T A . bishop, M. ol K. ftlltf C. E ncampment i. o. o. f. Kootenai Chiu p No, 25, I. O, O. F. t meets 1st null 3rd Monday» of the mouillai » o'clock. Visiting patriarchs cordially iiivileu, Mcdbury.C, P. W. S, Curtis, Scribe. 11. L. NIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES— Kootenai Tent, No. 20, K. U. T. M. .meets every alternate Wednesday evening at »o'clock. Visiting Sir Knights always invited. B. w Luiknuton. Com mander B, 11. Walter, K. K. K. A id ES OK THE MACCABEES— l_ North Star Hive, No. la, L. o. T. M., ineeta every alternate Wednesday evening at ts o'cloek. Visiting Ladle»always cordially invited. Ella E LulingtoN, Lady Cumiuauder. E«ma TaVlok, llecoid Keeper. Man. M K». M odern woodmen ok a3imui;a S'jittiSiMr Camp, No. 6160, M. W. A., meets in Woodmen Hall every Monday evening, iMung Neignb.>iK always welcome. V.C. K. L. Linns w. w. K K 11 K A < H K, , ciera. Porthill Lodge. DU FELLOWS— Boundary Lodge, No. 63, I. O, o. F, meets in Boss' Hull every autnrduy evening at 8 o'clock. V bdilug brothers fraternally invited. Janes Huscboft.N. G. Otis F. Wahren. Sec. O ODERN WOODMEN OF AM ERICA — Purthill Litige, No. 95«! , M. W. A., meets me first and third Saturday evenings of each month,at 8 o'clock. Visaing Neighbors cor dial ly Invited. H. W. Danielson, V. C. H.A i- UKNcii. Secretary. M Churches. P RESBYTERIAN — Regular preaching Bervicea every alternate ànuduy moruinv at 10:30, and s*.me evening at 7:30. Sunday school «i 11 ;;iu a. m. Rev. U. 6. WILsON, i'astur. C atholic Regulai service.ou thellh Sunday ofoaeh inouUi. Sunday aehuul every Sunday at 11 ;3U Rev, FATHER KELLY. Pastor. ETHOD1ST EPISCOPAL Paradise valley—Every alternate Sunday attf:30p. Ki. Sunday Hchoo. every Suuda) hi 11:00a.m. North Side—Every alternate Sun day at 11:00 a. in. Sunday School every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Kkv. J. M. EASTLAND. Pastor. M Railroads and Malls. AlLW AY TIMECARD— Gre U Northern Railway trains arrive xud follows: R depart EAST BOUND WEST BOUND STA HONS No. 2. j No 4 lo: in KaLIsPELI, | 7:00 8 ::K) a m i p m I 12:57 PERRY I am j pm 8:35 __I p in 1 a m C. P. SHEFFIELD, Ageut Kootenai Valley Railway trains leave Great Northern Depot at 8 a, in. ou Tuesdays, Thurs days ami Saturdays, returning in lime lo con nect with No. 3 and No. 4. No. 3 j No. 1 10:40 a m 8:36 j 3:2o p m 8.00 1 7:00 P m p. o BONNERS l: h m 9.45 SPOKANE a m J P OST OFFICE HOURS— Office opens a. 8 a. m , and close« at 8 p. m., except Blinda' s. Open Sundays from 9 a. m. to 2 p. in. Kusibound mail closes at 12:5u p. in. Westbound mail close« at 2 40 n. m. and 8 p, m. Copeland and Porlhill mailclosesal 7 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays i. K.CoOK.JR., Postmaster. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Dkpabtmest of tui Interior, Land Office at Coeur if Aieue. Idaho, December 9, 1904. Notice la hereby .riven that Die following Lamed »etiler lias tiled notice ol his intention to make final proof iu «np;»ort of hl« claim' and tant said proof will be made before Thos. J, Jones, (J. S. ComialHHioncr, at his office iu Bonners Feny, Idaho, ou Febr. 15, 1905, viz; Charles S. Hockktt, who made Homestead No. 2871 for the NW^ Sec. 32, Twp. 63 N. of R 3 E. ß. M, He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous resideuce upon aud cultivation of said land, viz: Pete Parker, Thomas McKen zie, WiDiam Hethershaw, Charle* Solomon, all of Bonners Ferry, Idaho. 12-17-1-2 R. N. Dunn, Register. —The famous Gold Seal Rubbers carried at Hollingar's. Can everybody, and cost no more than inferior grades. —A change from wheels sleighs has made busy times for Collins & Elderton, the black smiths. —J. M. Townsend, for harness, 'saddles or repair work. 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