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IkilM UuAiii' ADAM!
OGDEN, UTAH,
Condaeted by the Suten of the Holy Crow.
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Appllcutic
e, and surface ground
>. II, end described In
the official survey on
Nones No >31. Srmvxr No. M2.
Uhitkd States Laud Omci, 1
Hailxt, Idaeo, October 31st, lwo.l
Notice 1* hereby given that Reginald F Boiler
and ! bomaa Coaaolly, whose post ufllce addrvai is
Hailey, Altaiae county, Idaho, hava mads appUea
tioa fur a United Elates Patent for the
"JUNCTION" LODE MINING CLAW
altaste ta Section I, Township 1 north, Hongs IT
east. Bolts Meridian. Mineral Hill Mining Dis
trict, Logan c- only, Slate of Idaho, eooelttlbg of
IMS linear feet of the lode,
6U0 feet wide, bring Lot Ho.
the field notes and plat of the oOflii survey
file in tale office, with magnetic variation at It
degrees end M m nates east, as follow*:
Beginning at the discovery point of this claim,
end running north 72 degrees ea>t 300 feet to east
center end stake; thence north I degreea west 800
feel to comer No 1; t hence souths degrees eeat 600
feet to comer No 2; thence eontn 72 degrees west
300leettocomerNo.fi; thence e«utl> St degrees west
MS fe-t tr earner No. S; throes north 3 degrees
west 000 feet to comer No. 5; thence north fit rie
g< eea east MS eet to comer No. g; thence north 72
degreea es-t 300 feel to corner No. 1 and piece of
beginning anrve< of the exterler boundaries of
this c>alm. Including an arm of 17.07* acres ap
plied for No conflicts.
From comer No. 1 the comer to Sections 7,8,17
end IS. Township 1 north, Benge 17 east, beers
couth St degrees IS mlnntra east t'K feet.
The said mining claim bring of rec< rd In the
office ot th* County Recorder of said mining dis
trict at Shoshone, in Logan county. Sts e of Idaho.
The nearest known locations being the "Donovan
No. i" end "Junction Erection.''
Any and all persona claiming adversely any por
on of lha said "Jun tt"n" lode miring claim
or surface ground, era required to Ble their ad
verse claims thereto with the Register of the
United Stole* Land OSes at Halley, Stale of
Idaho, within the sixty days' publication thereof,
or they will be barred by virtue of tbe previsions
of tbe Statute In such eases made and piovlded.
W. T. RILEY, Register
I direct that the foregoing notire of app Icstlon
for patent be publishedfor the period ofalitydsye
(ten consecutive weeksi In the Wood Kitts Daily
'I mxa. a newspaper published at Halley, Altnras
county. Idaho, being lha newspaper published
nearest said claim.
W. T. RILEY, Register.
First publlcstlon October Si, 1M0,
W. H. Wan, attorney for applicants.
Notice for Publication,
Laud Orncx at Hailxt, Idaho,
October Vfitb, I WO.
Notice la hereby given that tbe following named
settler has filed nolle* of his Intention to make
final proof In support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Beglater and Re
ceiver at Halley, Idaho, on November 27, 1X00, vlx:
Barah A. Edwards, for the north half of th* north
west quarter of Section nins, and the northeast
quarter of the northeast quarter of Section eight.
Township une south. Range twenty-one east.
He names tbs following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, tnd cultivation of,
aald,l*nd, via: Jamas Evans, Geo. W. Cass, J. B.
Edwards and A. B Case, ail of Bellevue Idaho
Any peraou who d,airea to proteat agalnat the
allowance of inch proof, or who knows of any sub
stantial reason, under tbe law sod the regulations
of the Interior Department, why such proof
should not ha allowed, will be given an opportu
nity at tbe above-mentioned time and placo to
croos-exsmlne the wttneaaea of eatd clalman-, and
to afisr evidence tn rebuttal of that submitted by
claimant.
W. T. RILEY, Register.
Notioe for Publication.
LAxd Orncx at Hailxt, Idaho,
October «, 1HMJ.
Notice Is hereby given that the following-named
settler bsa lltd notice ot his Intention to make fi
nal proof in support of bis claim, end tnat said
proof will be usds before tbe Register and Re
cetver at Hailey, Idaho, on November 3,1820, vlx
Zachary T. Vance, fur tbe west half *f the north
west quarter of Hection twenty-seven, end tbs
south half of th* southwest quarter of Section
twenty-two. Township on* north, Kang* twenty
three east.
He nam <e the following witnesses ta prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, via: Robert T. Vance, of Martin, Idaho
Antoue Vaso, of Arc-o, Idaho, E. 8. Patton, of Mol
doon, Idaho, and A. J. Spicer, of Carey, Idaho.
Any person who desires to pretest against the
allowance of such proof, or who knows of any sub
stenual reason, under the Isw end th* regulations
ot th* Interior Department, whr each proof
should not be allowed, will be given an opportu
nity at the above-mat ticned time and pise* to
cross-examine the wttnesxex af said claimant, and
to offer evidence In rebuttal of that submitted by
claimant.
• W. T. BILET. Beglater.
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Hailrt, Idaho,
October 6, 1890.
Nolle* Is hereby gives th tthe followlDg-named
settler has ft led notice ol his IhtrntMi to mike fi
lial proof Is support of hla claim, and that amid
proof wtil be tuade before the bt giater and He.
reiver at Halley, Idaho, on November 8, 1880. vis*.
Robert l\ Vance, lor the east hall o( the northeast
quarter, the northeast q tarter of the southeast
quarter of frectlon tw»Lty eight, and the south*
•sat quarter of the southeast quarter of Section
twenty-one, Townahip one north. Range twenty
three east.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation < f,
said land, vis: Zachary T Vance, ot Martin, Idaho,
Autone Vaso, of Arco, Idaho, E. 8. P-tlon, of Mul*
doon. Idaho, and A. j. gplcer, of Corey, Idaho.
Any person who desires to protest against the
allowance of auch proof, or who knows or any sub
•taiitial reason, under the law and the regulations
of the Interior l epsrtment. why such proof
should not be allowed, will be given an opportu
nity at the above-mtntloi ed time and place to
cross-examine the witnesses of said claimant, and
to offer evidence in rebuttal ot that submitted by
claimant.
• W. T. RILEY, Register.
Notioe for Publication.
Land Offics at Hailrt, Idaho,
October 6. 1890.
Notice la hereby given that tbs following-named
settler has filed notice of his iuteuiiou tu make ft
nil proof In support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Register and hr
relvrr at Hailey, Idaho, on November 7, 1891*. vis:
Peter Foster, for tbe southwest quarter of the
southeast quarter • f Section thirteen, the west
half of the northeast quarter, and the northwest
quartet of the southeast Quarter of Hectlon twenty,
(our. Township one north, Range eighteen east.
He names the following «ltnessea to prove hla
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, vis: tn. Martin, Harry Elliott, Chas.
Black and Wm. Black, all of Bellevne, Idaho.
Any person who dailies to protest against the
allowance of such proof, or who knows of any sub
stantial reason, under tbe law and the regulations
•f the Interior Department, why such proof
ahould not be allowed, will be given au opportu
nity at tta above mentioned time and place to
croaa.examine the witneo»ea of said <*lalmat>t, and
to offtr evidence in rebuttal of that aubmitted by
claimant.
W. T. RILEY. Register.
Notioe for Publication.
Land Orticx at Haii-Xt, Idaho.
October 3, 1830.
Nolle* la hereby dvra that the fo lowlng-nsmeri
settl-r has filed notice of his Intention to msks fl.
nsl proof Id sunport of hit rlsiui, end that sale
proof will be made before the Regtsler end Re
celvrrst Halley, Idaho, on Saturday. November 8,
1390, vlx: W!|l<sm N Brown, for the east half of
fbe northws-t quarter, and lots 1 tnd 7, of Sec lion
eighteen. Township two north. Bang# twsutv-one
seat.
Be names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, vlx: Dong. Goodman, William Good
man, Joseph uoodnun and J. W. Ballsntins, all of
Xuldoon, Idaho.
W. T. BILET, Register.
Notloo for Publication*
La» o Orncx at Hailxt, Idaho,
October 22,1W0.
Notice I* hereby given that the following named
settler he* Bled notice of hie intention to make fl.
nsl proof In rapport of bl* rlelm. end that said
proof will be mails before the R< gteter and Re
ceiver et Hslley, Idaho, oa NovembOT22. MOO. vlx:
B A. Tear oa for the lota on* an» two. aad the
a>ath half of th* north' set quarter of fieettan four,
Township fear north. Range twenty six seat.
lie name* the following writers*** to prove his
continuous residence ap*a, end cnltlvetlon of,
••Id land, via : WilHam Malh-w*, N. Swanson,
-Charles Atkin, and William Tennaasan, all ot
Loot Blvet P. O.
W. T. RILRV. Regular.
Notioe For Publication.
Ladd Orncx at Hailxt, id ado.
Sept. 29.1389.
Notice Is hereby given that thsfollowlDg-nxmsd
settler hs* filed noUr* of hts Intention to msks
final proof In support of his claim, and that mid
proof will bo made before the Register end Re
ceirsr at Ballsy, Idaho, on Oct. II, 1880, vl*
Jams* Bingham for tbe northeast quarter of Bso
Hob seven, Township three north, Raog* eighteen
east.
He names the following wltnesaes ta prove hla
continuous realdenea upon, and cultivation of,
said land, via: A. P. Turner, Thame* Miser. J.
H. McLaughlin, and K. Z. Kaones, all of bailey
Idaho.
W T. BILET. Register.
Notioe of Foreclosure Sale.
SHERIFF S SALE.
Joseph Plnkhsm va. Eban I. Chase and Elisa
beth (J. Chase.
Order of Bale and Decree of Foreclosure and
Hals.
Coder end by virtue of en Order of Bale and De
cree of Foreclosure end Bale, Issued out of the
District Court of the Second Judicial District of
Idaho Territory, in tnd for Allures • oanty, on th*
21th dey of October, A. D. 1380, tn the sbove-enH
tied action, wbrrein Joarph Fiukheiu, the above
ntmea plaintiff, obtained a Judgment end Dacia*
of Foreclosure end Belt against Eben 8. and
Elisabeth 0. Chase, defendants, on the 18th dey
of J nne, A. D. 1880, tor the sum of fifteen hundred
and fifty dollars In United Btetee gold coin,
beside* Interest, costs end counsel fee*, which esid
Decree wee, on the 19ih day of Jane, A. D. 1810,
recorded lr Judgment Bot k 5 oi sold Conn, at
psga 301,1 am commanded tu sell *11 thoee certain
lots, plecra or parcels of lend, situate, lying and
being tn the County of A Iturae, Territory of Idaho
and bountled and described in said t orecloeure
and Order »f Bale, as follows
Lot* nineteen (13 1 .Twenty (201.Twenty-on*(21).
Twenti-teo 22), Twenty-three (23). Twenty-four
(-Ml. of Block Thlrt -Eight (301. of the town of
Hslley, according to the official plat of said town
in Allnraa County, Territory of Ideho.
Public notice is hereby given that on tbs 18th
dey ef Nov> rober, A. D. 1880, st 1 o'clock p. m. of
that dey. In front of th* Court Bones door. In the
county of Altuias a.oreesld. I will, in obedience
to sold Order ol Bale and Decree of Foreclosure
and Bale, **11 the tbuve-deerribed property, or so
much therei f s* mey be ueceeeen to satisfy said
Judgment with interest and coats, etc., to tbo
highest aad beat bidder, for gold coin of the United
Btetee.
Deled Hslley, I. T„ October 2«th, 1300.
C. H. BRAA8E,
Sheriff of Allures County,
By C. E. Lvoxs, Deputy Sheriff.
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