Fruits and Vegetables—Hay, Grain and Feed—Hardware—
Bakery, Confectionery and Stationery'—The Best of Every
thing the Market affords—Boots and Shoes.
A Full and Complete Line of Best
lied Room Sets
Iron Bedsteads. Folding
llcds. Bed Lounges, dres
sers, stands, bureaus and
Chairs, Center Tables,
Diuiug Room Met*.
Chairs Tables. Ac.. Ac.
Chairs, tables & cup
Hammocks, Mattresses, Springs, Doors, Screen Doors and Windows.
teyA Complete Line of Rockers has just been received"!©«
W e wish our Patron» to understand that, while we do not claim to sell
Good» below coat, our value* Cannot be duplicated elsewhere.-
PFA Full line of Uudertaktuir Good» constantly on hand.
© f^atfydruro purifiturè ffTJpdertaKiipÇ Qo/npapy. ©
Pioneer Livery Stable
This OLD STAND has been refitted, NEW BUGGIES added,
the best in the market. GOOD and SAFE horses and experienced
drivers. Charges reasonable. Public patronnée solicited. I am
prepared to serve CAMPING and FISHING parties, large and
aiuali, to all surrouodlgg LAKES, at
SPECIAL STAGE RATES
One week per luoh..
Two week* per inch. » .
Three weeks per Inch.
One month, four week*.
I'er year per Inch.
Solidly set advertising at local rates.
Locale, Five cent* per line, straight.
Legal advertisements at legal rates.
Special rates on long contract«.
. 4 :.
Old newspapers for sale at the Tri
bune office for 25c per 100, done . up
in bundles. Just the thin« for put—
tin« under the carpets or miscellan
In each town to take orders for our new High Grado
New 1903 Modele
'» w Guaranteed High Grade $10.75
.»■ mm Road Racer
no better bicycle at any price.
Any other make or model you want at one-third
ueual price. Choke of anv standard tires and best
equipment on all our bkyclea. Strongest guarantee.
We SHIP ON APPROVAL C. O. D. to any ono
without a cent deposit and allow IO DAY8 FREE
TRIAL before purchase is binding.
COQ SooondHand Wheels #« . ©O
token In trade by our Chlca«ro retail stores, fflu 10 AD
all makes and model«, good as new. ▼ w ▼ w
DO NOT BUY h h cWR r ^MiD%
ly warfgt and »porting goods of all kinds, at half regular price.
WMnr eatelo^ Contains a workjof useful information, write for it.
EAD CYCLE CO., Chicago, III
, ■ weP
5r À CATHARTIC-NOT A PATENT MEDICINE.
SUPPOSINQ THAT YOU ARE
a hypochondriac, you have had trouble enough with your upset
eystem to make you luch. Y our poor stomach has been torn and
eaten up by so-called cure-alls *nd supposed grand chemical com
binations, said to have been gotten up by some wonderful chemist
that toe world baa never heard of, until Bite-'em's Grand Elixir
of Life has been dumped on the market Yon are, through being
a sufferer, anxious to get well—you buy the great rented« only
find that you've been gulled once more. Well, hero Is some
I1EDICAL LAKE SALTS
M ',^ tD1C ' L LA ^' 5TA '' OF P WaHiÎSStON.
3«ir Stomach Liver and Bowel DUftoDtla. FUlalSü' y P «"u HMSatoe^DreDe^'Kw"' D ^*P* P *'*' ,Bdl * r *' lon -
Brlght-o Dlsoaee. Orsvel. Malaria. Chills and Fever, OiarrluL. j CMw . e L PWlcul«!»«. Diabetes,
a* M by Magie «ntt they WILL CURE YOU JUST A S 5URBA 8 TH Ê SC^SMINES^ * ® kl ° DUord,r * * n cur «*
1.'» a tin to be without a box in toe hout e. For sale al dr uggiatt, 23c„ 80c. and $1.00 p«rbOX.
Therejaealy one geaula«, that la the INDIAN HEAD BRAND
NEW YORK and
^ SPOKANE, WASH.
the waters of the
' Tbs Qcaelae er* Never Sold lo Balk.
MEDICAL LAKE. SALTS 1VIFG. CO.,
• e e
AND GET iYLE
THE NEWS ALL
.Only $1.00 Per Year.
F rem Our Regular Correspondent.
Washington, D. C., Sept. 3 , 1903 .
Attorney General Knox lias ina 1 -
«U rated a drastic investigation if
every official in bis Department with
in the Indian Territory jurisdiction.
There are four United State* attor
neys, four United States marshals
and a considerable number of assist
ant attorneys and deputy maishals in
the territory, all of whom are respon
sible to the Attorney General and the
official conduct of each of these will
be rigidly scanned by the officials
charged with the investigation. A
rumor reached the Department of
lustlce, the middle of July, to the
effect that United States officials were
implicated in scandals in connection
with the liquor traffic and w th feed
ing prisoners. Subsequent. charges
in connection with the allotment of
Indian lands have already been told
in these letters. All of these will be
faithfully investigated by the Depart
ment's representatives and the re
sults of their investigation will go to
the President. The name of United
States Attorney Pliny Soper has al
ready been mentioned, as has that of
isslstant attorney Huckleberry, and
United States marshal Colbert. In
addition to these It is understood that
charges have been preferred against
Dr. Leo E. Kennet, United States
marshal for the western district, and
Sec. Hitchcock has not yet been
able to And a man to undertake the
Investigation of the subordinates of
the Department of the Interior
charged with violation of trust in
connection with the Indian lands,
Francis E. Luepp, who has just com
pleted an investigation of an Indian
agent in the Kiowa country, has de
clined to undertake the task and an
other Individual on whom the respon
sibility was urged bas declined the
offer. There are numerous applicants
for the position but they are wasting
their time as the simple fact that a
man asks for the work will be regard
ed as a disqualification. Meanwhile
the Secretary is making every effort
to locate a man with the proper qual
iilcations, which include knowledge
of Indian affairs, known integrity and
great firmness of purpose.
Advices received by Dr. Herran,
the Colombian charge'd'affalrs, are to
the effect that United States Minis
ter Beaupre has, by his lack of tact,
contributed largely to the failure of
the Panama canal treaty. It is
claimed that Beaupre has been en
tirely too arbitrary in his communi
cations to the Colombian government
and that bis uncompromising posi
tion has offended the sensitive pride
of the Colombians. Sec Hay
whom Dr. Herran submitted his dis
patches, pronounced the report with
out foundation. He said that Beau
pre had conducted the negotiations
entirely under the direction of the
State Department and had represent
ed the facts us they were but that In
every instance he had done so tact
fully. The administration will make
no further effort to secure the ratifi
catloo <jf the treaty, other than to ex
tend the time for ratification if so
quested. Nevertheless, It is obvious
that the State Department officials
still believe that the Colombians will
eventually come to their senses and
ratify the treaty as negotiated.
The latest development in the Post
Office investigation Is the discovery
that the superintendent of the regis
I try system, Louis Kempner, has been
conducting a system of smuggling of
(© W F«r DrimkMMM, Opl«A
^ eIey< k "°D^ wh.
Q «right, lib
Cuban cigars through the registered
E iIs. It Is not known to what ex
t this fraud has been carried on,
; at least 50 boxes of cigars which
hive teen brought in free of duty
hive been traced and some of these
have been sold for as much as $7 per
box, The last consignment was
seized by Postofflce inspectors and
turned over to the officials of the
Treasury d°partment, to whom will
probably be confided the prosecution
ol this case. It is learned at the
Treasury Department that In
cifses where registered mail from for
eign countries Is addressed to private
individuals, they are required to ap
pear at the nearest port of entry and
ofen the package in the presence of
customs officials and it. is believed,
therefore, that Kempner must have
had the cigars concealed in registered
packages of official mail. Kempner
has long been under investigation on
other charges and it is believed that
this discovery will result in his dis
missal from the postal service.
The assessed valuation of merchan
dise in Kootenai County, ibis yea* 1 , is
$200,243.95. In 1902 it was $140,745
showing an increase of $59,498.75.
or a bilious attack take Chamber
lain's Stoniacli and Liver Tablets and
a quick cure is certain. For sale by
Di F. Wenz.
FARM FOlt SALK,
t IGO acre farm on Eight Mile
Irie, near Rathdrum, Idaho, for
sale. Terms, $2,000. Should be cash,
but if cannot get all cash, will arbi
trate. For information, address W.
F. GRAY, Davenport, Iowa. j!31-tf
WANTED-SEVERAL PERSONS OF CHAR
actl-r und good reputation In each state (one
in this county required) to represent un( ad
vertise old established wealthy business
house of solid financial standing. Salary
.00 weekly with expenses additional, all
pavablelu cash direct every Wednesday from
lieafl offices. Horse and carriage furnished
necessary. References. Enclose
addressed envelope. Colonial,
borg St., Chicago.
NOTICE IS nEREBY GIVEN. That the
undersigned, Dorlou Mlbllls. whose Post Offi
ce address Is 221 Rookery Building, Spokane.
Washington, has made application to select
uuderthc Act of June 4tb, I«97. [30 8tats„3U|
the following described tracts of land, to-wlt:
The Southeast quarter of the Northwest
quarter [SEq of NWIil of Section Twcnty
two (22) in Township fifty-three 153) Norlli
Range four (4) West Bo.se Meridian.
I riotest« or contents ajçuinst the said selec
tion^ on the ground that the land described,
or abv portion thereof, is more valuable for
ajineral than for its agricultural purposes
will be received by the Register of the Ü. 8.
Laud OfTice, Oo*ur d'Alene. Idaho at any
tlm« prior to the expiration of the period of
postilist and publication of notice or said se
lection and noted for report to Hie Commis
sioner of the General Land office.
DOHLON SI I HILLS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the
undt-rsignud, Dorlon Miliills. whose l»ost Ofli
mi address Is 221 Risikeiy Building. Spokane.
Washington, has made application to select
under the Act of June 4, 1897, 130 Stats., 3B1
the «.llowmg doscrllK'd tracts or land, to-wit:
—ihe Southeast quarter of the Southeast
quarter ISEh, of SE 1 *] of Section twenty |30|
£ n , fty three iKl] North, Range four
[41 \\est Boise Meridian.
Pretests orcontests against the said se
lectlons on the ground that the land descrlb
S' "'.r P? r 1 t ;? n 'hereof. Is more valuable
tor Its mineral than for agricultural purnos
?l» n* r " ,f ' l by .. t . h , ,! Klsterof the B U.
s. r, undo Bice, Co-ur d'Alene, Idaho, at anv
time prior to the expiration of the period oif
posting and pulillcatlon of notice of said so
sïoner of'the Gmmral H®?' CO,U,nl8 -
wÄ 7th day föKÄ
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That the
undersigned. Dorlon Mlhllls, whose Pctst Offi
wJiSïT " T 21 Hookcry Building sÄune
Washington, has made application to select
^ e , act pfJun« 4th, 1897, [M stats IWl
the following deacrllied tracts of land, to-wlt
Norti ^ "
or 0O,,t ? 8t , s »gainst the said select
ions oh the ground that the land described
or any portion thereof, Is more valuable for
Ü?i!"»Üf^ü fban for agricultural putpows
t i, HïS 00,v , e , d by Register of the U, 8. -
Land Office, Cœur d Aleuo, Idaho, at anv
Urne prtor to the expiration of the period* o?
Misting and publication of notice of said sc
ectlon'and noted for report to the Commis
sioner pf the General Land Office.
« 7t " da W ß fö5i Ä 8 ö kane
TIMBER LAND ACT JUNE 3 1878
-1-Notice for Publication.—
United States Land Office,
Coeur d'Alene. Idaho. September 1, 1903.
«iVhVfî l! ' he r e , bv K> vc " that In compliance
Ï llb l h ier ov,sl . 0 P s of the act of Congress nf
Juno 5, 18,8. entitled *'Ân act for the sale nf
Umber lands in the States of California Ore
gon, Nevada, and Washington terrltorv "
extended to all the Pu bile land Stu tes L ae.
of August 4, 1892. WILLIAM A. CAMPBELL
P.°, u, >*y of Kootenai, state of
Idaho, mis thiN day filed in this nfftsf*
his swotJu Statement No. 1429. for the pu reliai
beoiU seq of Section No, 23 In Town
2 w P b ! mfif| r win* n w rt, '' r î n,e N u m b er
, w P l) *' hnd will offer proof t.o snow tlmt tim
land sought I« more valuable for Its timhow
»' »«""'fhan,for agrlcuUun.l purp^es aml
to establish his claim to said land before the
«"ll Receiver of this oîflre at Cot-u?
of I)eceiuber, h |903 ,n Mondajr ' the
Jg® names os wltnossos: James McVlcker«
Joh,7u. !lolt'' all" Ud
. «Ä? t^ d thj' Ess.seWsra
' m)" 1 * ln hlî ls off l«!' U on O?Imfore saldTtl/day
of December. 1903. U . B1TDLONG " y
M ODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Katlidrutn Camp No. 8643.
Meet« at Woodmen Hall every 1st and 3rd
Saturday of each month. Visiting neighbor«
cordially invited. J. H M. Culp. Clerk; Ed
win McBee. Consul; J. 0- Koch, Deputy
dOYAI. NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA,
Evergreen Camp No. SI,. Meets every
Monday evening at Woodmen liait. Miss
Jennie Culp, Recorder; Mrs. J. C. Callahan.
K O. T. M., HATH DRUM LOME NO.
7, meet* at Woodmen Hall -nd and 4th
each month. D. Van Dozer,
Com maud er; R. 9. McCrea, Record Keeper.
W. R. C. No. 16,
Meets third Saturday In e.v
month at Hart« hall at l o cloc
ANNIE E. WILSON.
ESTEL LA HEITMAN. See.
Meets second Saturday In eueli
month at Harts ballat I o'clock
J. U. WILSON.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Rev.
E. A. Walker, Pastor. Sunday School 10 n.m;
morning service 11 o'clock. Christian F.n
deuvor at 0:30 p. nt. Evening service at 7:30.
I'ruyer meeting every Wednesday evening.
_ . „
M. E. CHURCH—Rov. C. T. Cook. Pastor,
Services every Sunday evening at, :30o clock
andevery olhei;8uuday morning at 11 oelooK.
Sunday School at 10 a in.; Jr. League ut '6:15
m. and Sr. League at«:30 p. m. Cottage pray*
e f meeting every Friday evening at
o clock, at the Church.
Lawton Post No. 29, G. A. R.,
JOHN LYONS, Adjutant.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
Land Office at Coeur d'Alene. Idaho,
Aug. 14. J9Ü3.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler bas Hied notice of Ills intent
ion to make final proof In support of Ills
claim, and that said proof will be made lie
lore Register and Receiver at Coeur d'Alene.
Idubo, on October 8. 1903, viz:
JAMES A. GREEN
Hd. No' 1514 for the nw>4, sec. 2(1. Tp. S4n, r 3
w. b. m.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his eontlduous residence upon and cultiva
tion »f said land, viz
Leslie A. Comstock. Sum Starr. John M.
Austin and Ulysses G. Smith, all of Granite,
Notice Is hereby given thnt'R. J. Alcorn
will appear before the Honorable Board of
Pardons at Boise, Idubo on Wednesday, Oct
ober 7. 1903 for the purpose of obtaining a
complete pardon. The su id R. J. Alcorn was
convicted of manslaughter at Hathdram.
kootennl County, Idaho on January 17. 1900
and sentenced to serve a term of seven years
In the State Prison at Boise. Idaho.
On or about December 1st, 1902 the said R.
J. Alcorn was released on parole and lias
since resided lu Idubo county. Idaho, and Is
now making application for complete pardon
I 1 pub. Sept. 1st; Last pub. Oct. 2 — 03.
D. H. BU'DLONO. Rrglster.
Notice ol Application For Pardon.
If you want to get the official
news of Kootenai county, as well
as the local, personal and gener
al news, every week, you ought
to have the Tribune by all
means. $1.00 per year, 50c for
G months. Subscribe now?
V°7 UmddM now^dsyi aal«, k,own, »
K1FL1 or SHOTGUN. There is always «
chance to do anihootiag and
fa s c i n a tin g or iastractire.
We have fortho boy aur
"STEVENS-MAYNARD, JR/* at $3.00
M CRACK SHOT"
"FAVORITE" No. 17
They arc all good STRONG SHOOTERS and
. at 4.00
We also make
PISTOLS AND SHOTGUNS
Any dealer in «porting goods
STEVENS FIREARMS. Don't
__ _I accept a sub*
stitute. if you cannot obtain them we will ship
(express prepaid) on receipt of price. Send for
oar catalog which describee our complete line.
J. Stevens Anns & Tool Co.,
P. O. BOX 3081
CHICOPEE FALLS. MASS.
II PACIFIC R-R
I'd :30 am
Luciil No. 58, daily
cept Sund ay.
Local No. 57, dally
GET PERMITS FOR LOCALS.
Pt-LLMAN WIRBT CLASS— TOÇHI8T HI.KargK g
etecaîron™ write 4 ""® cards n >'»l»'«>d «ok
General Passenger Agent. I PorUaSd T 'Ore
Morrison street, corner Third or™' We
_?![gJ rom P' | yobtSnP^BrimdySSm
wmu moaei.,ketch or photo
Dee report on patentability
How to Secur*
^WASHINGTON® D. C.
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 187g
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Nolle« 1* hereby given that In eoninli,,
with the preTUlops of the wet of cSESlS"?.
June S, lt/S. entitled "An set tot tin uE üî
timber land* 1« the State of Calttornu!ore
goo. Nevada and W&*hla*ton Terrltorv »-ïi
extended to all the Public Land fltnfanii« *.«?
of Augusts, isk abbir c. mobkison >,
Ortinlte, county o f Kootenai, «täte
Idaho, has this day Hied In thht ofS£ ill
»worn statement No. ism. for the DnvWj
of the KWH of see No. 32 in VRtSS&SSf
M north, rance N», x w b n>.
offer pit jof to show that the land sought
valueable for its timber or »tone tW^
agricultural purmwes. and to establish her
to said laud before the Résister ® r
Receiver of this office at Coear'd Alena
on Friday, the l*th day of October MM'
she names as witnesses:
Geo. Cook, Geo. Button. Norn. un McKIn,
ney apd Frank Grater. all of Athol. Iduliü
Ally und nil penmu* clhliulngadvenu.lv ti.J.
alM>ve-dlscrlbed land» are requested lu Vi.
t heir claim« In this office ou ot tafor.
Wh day of October. IK*. "««»re
D. II. Biwuno, Register
TIMBER LAND ACT, JUNE 3, 1878.
Notice for Publication.
ITnlted States Land Cilice.
Coeui d'Alene, Idaho, August 7th, 1900.
Notice Is hereby given that In compilai,,.«
! with thelorn vision«,of the net.of Congre» of
I June .11«™, entitled ' An uot tor the «ale of
timber lands In the States of California, o»
! gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory " ^
, extended to all the 1'ubllu Lund States h'v set
! of August 4. llMJ. DANIELS. HENDRICkS
! of ltathdrum county irf Kootenai, «tat« of
I Idaho, tins this day Bled In this office hl»
| sworn statenient No. 13K. for the purchase of
j the e'i nwMd: Lots 1 It ill eue. No. 30 lu
, Township No.54 north. Range No, 4 W. B.
: M, and Will offer proof to show that the land
! sought Is more valuable for It« timber ...
! stone than tor agricultural purposes. and t..
establish her claim to said Tandbetore tlm
Register and Receiver i»f this office at Coeur
, d'Alene. Idaho, on Monday, the leih ,t uv
of Oct, 1903,
He names as witnesses* David J iv.1V
John Sullivan, all of lUtlidruin. lfaho
Any and all pereon« claiming adversely the
above-described lands arc requested to Bie
tlieir claims In this office on or before said
"SRSS5K& 0 *- 1U * "• HB feîS:
Department of th« Interior.
United States Land Office Coeur d'Alene
Idaho, June 7,190(1.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been
filed In this office by A. D. Foster, or Athol
Idaho, contest-ant, against homestead entry
No. 3003. made March 1, 1008. for Ei-4 swi
Lots 3 and 4 section 13. township S3 n, rang»
2 w. b. at., by David P. Simpson Contestée,
in which it is alleged that said euVryniau
never attempted to make any Improvement»
on sutd described land, never lived on the
same, never cultivated, or improved any
part thereof, that said entryman has aban
doned said land and has made his home
some other place than thereon and that for
more than six months last past be has
not resided on said land and
that said alleged absence
from said land was not due to hl« employ
ment In the Army, Navy or Marine Gorp of
the United States during the war with Spain
'J r during any other war In which the United
»tates may be engaged either as a private
soldier, officer, seaman or murine. Said par
ties arc hereby notified to appuar. respond
and offer evidence touching said allegation
at 10 o clock a. m. on September 5,1MB, before
Tm! riu!re»tln A m ne ' 1< ** lu> -
m Ilf. v*o uïn * HIo S " îio l * * Jf!, 0 * ', * ".PtyP^v
servi«*« of this notice can not be made. It I»
hereby ordered and directed that such notice
be given by due und proper publication.
D. U. BIJDLONG. Register.
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE3, 1878.
—Notice for Publication —
United states Lund Office.
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, July II, 1900.
Notice Is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congress of
June 3, 1«73, entitled "An act for the sale of
timber lands In the States of California. Ore
gon, Nevada and Washington Territory,'' us
extended to all the Publie Lund state« by uct
of August 4, 1H92. JULIAS. HAND, of Spo
kane. county of Spokane, state of Washing
ton, lias tills day filed In till* office her
sworn statement No. 1303, for the purchase of
the Lot 1 of section No. 4 In Tp. No. 53
north, range No. 2 w b m. and will
offer proof to showthat t behind sought Is more
V» loalde for Its Lliuberor stone than tor agri
cultural purposes, and to establish bfs claim
to said land before the Register and Receiver
of this office at Coeur d'Alene. Idaho, on
Monday, the 21st day of September, ISU3.
He names ns witnesses: Guy Uhus, of Spo
kane. Wash. ; Arnold J. Taylor. Lloyd Quack
enbush and Frank Grass, all of Athol, Idaho.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are reqested to file
their ciahu* In ihis otfic*© on or before s«lrt
21st day of September I'JUk D. H. BUDLONU
TIMBER LAND Act JUNE 3, 1878.
Notice for Publication.
United States Land OffM-e. foeurd'Alene,
Idaho, August 11. 1MJU.
Notice is hereby given that In cornpliuncu
with t he provisions of tl»e act of Congress of
June 3 , 1878 . entitled "An act for «be sale of
timber lands in the States of California, Ore
gon. Nevada and Washington Territory."
extended to all the Public Land State* by
«ft of August 4. 1809. JOHN J. WILL, of
Rathdrum. county of Kootenai, state of
Idaho, has this d»y tiled i n this office
sworn statement N<» mi for the purchase of
o' 0 £ '■ N W^4* Eti ». W. of Section No.
■14. Township No. 53 n, range 4 W est.
• l . n ... will . offer pnmf to show
that the land sought Is more valuable for lie
timber or stone than tor agricultural pur
poses. and to establish her claim to said bind
before the Register und Receiver of thl*
*t Coeur d'Alene, Idaho on Wednesday,
the 2lst day of October, 1903.
_Ho naines as witnesses: Harry Davis,
Frank Thompson, Arthur E. Duff and Wie.
Andrus, nil Of Rathdrum, Idaho.
Any and all person* claiming adversely
the above-described hinds are requested to
" office on or before
said 2lst day of October, IDttl.
D. II. BUDLONG. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior,
Land Office at L'aeur d'Aleno. Idaho,
w , A ufftiNt 14, 1903.
fore"R.'gT 1 t t ' 1 " tn i?n lP ""' ,,f '* ,,, * l 'S' P °made f bi
fdah? ? Reiver at C®ur d'Alene.
Iduho. on UctoberMtli, I9U3, vis:
LESLIE A. COMSTOCK,
Hd. 1496 for the SE* sec. 34. Tp. M n, r. 3 w b
hl^onmîüS the f^JjGwbtg witnesses to prove
tlonof sa!d*îsnd?v J*- nL " e Upo " " nd eu ' t,v, ''
Smith • Iul 'i 1 M - Austin, Ulysees O.
Idaho. d J A ' Green - "B of Granite,
D. n. BUDLONG. Register,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
r „^ir trnpnt of the Interior.
Land Office ut Coeur d'Alene. Idaho.
t Aug. M, lflffî.
n«n?irt C L^,i he T by Sl y ï n thBt *•*« following*
,l1 " 5'i ed rI °llce of her intentlmi
a id „ p J[22. f '"""PPnrt of ber claim,
f 1 ?'„in"» pr 9 of wl11 be made before Reg'
October^ ° 0 «"' d 'Ab»ne. on
JOHN M. AUSTIN
«£ »rÄä r&y*: ao * " nd
Dreve hei r '^«. , f he fo »«>w>'Vt witness«« to
c p ÄM, t Äd. , ^,r nco npon * nd
James a. Green. Ulyss
îdaho. ,h d 9um 8tarr ' ul1 of Granite,
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