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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 27 December 1883

0i L __No. 1 __ _ Maiden and Maginnis, Thursday, December 27, 1883. Price 10 Cents he ginerai gras AIDEN, THTlSIA, Dec 27 1583 1BIT BiglED EV ERY THiURSDAY BY ELL & VROONAN. tered at Maiden P. 0. as Second Class matter. Professional Cards. M. TRUI)ELL, Attorney at Law, e0 opposite Mineral Argus Ollie. al Blanks and Convavanees attended to on Short Notice. C. DWINELLE, Notary Public, OFFICE AT RUSTLE, M. T. al Blanks and Convayances iill"d out and attended to in Short Notice. G. HATCH, ttorney-at-Law WHITE SULPHER SPRINGS, M. T. H. P. ROLFE, ttorney at Law, U S. Depurt Mineral Surveyor. lining Pre-emptions and all Land Claims attended to. BENTON. MONTANA. M. ESLER, M ublic. ! ooo; an gal blanks of all kinds filk d n, knowledged. ('WI'cF. . T *:v ýIc `aIXa, AIII)Eý, DT. T. MIAX. WATERMAN. Mt INTIRE WA"ERMAN & McI IRE, ATTORNEYS A LAW FT. 13ENTON, M1 T Fi111 attend to all bh inet' s intrumt-I tI our care from Maiden and vicinity. IIumilton & Witherall, DlEALLRS IN Wines, Li...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 27 December 1883

The jiandl grps FELL & VIIOOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. EPITOME OF THE NEWS. Washington Gossip. Senator Sabin. chairman of the Repubii c National c imm ttee. Secretary Martin atd John C. New are the committee of ar rangements for the Chicago convention. Thay have already decided that the next convention shall not be hampered by such a crowd as filled the immense galleries on the last occasion. Then aocomodations were providdd for about 15,000. It bee been decided to limit th0 seats in the gal eries to abent 3000. The body of the hall must give room 'or 826 delegatee and the amie wumber of alternates. It is the purpose of the committee to partition off much a part of the exposition ball in much a way as to afford room for the platform, the specs required in front of it for the prees, the delegates and slternates and the gallery room included. Phis will slhow a total at tendance of about 5,000. The obj ,at is to preven' mach interruptions and wild scenes as resul ad fr...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 27 December 1883

BUTTER AND CHEESE. Abstract or the Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Uainne. sota Butter and Cheese Assool. ation-Addresses and Discus. slone. The third annual meeting of the Minne sota Butter and Cheese association was h ld at Austin, Mower w unty. The attendance was large, and the proceedings during three days session were of conaiderabli interest to farmers, and e'pe:illy to dalrymen. President C. E. Marvin of Rochester pre sided. An address of welcome was made by Rev. E. R. Lathrop of Austin, and a re sponse by C. A. Houston of Iowa, who at tended the first Minn-sota Dairymen's as'o. ctatirn at Rochester two years ago. He said: "*Thrt part of Iowa which had given attention to stock raising and dairying has exceeded every other wart in prosparty, as is seen in the comforts, Improvements and coiveniences of farm I fe there. We be lieve that 8 uthern Mtnnesota, which lies in the great dairy belt of this grand coun try, is to be lItted up into great prosperity by mere attenti...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 27 December 1883

1)MAIEN. THI'RSDAY, Dec. 27. 1 3 PUBLIJIIEJ EVERY nFlUt:-lAY t' Y FELL & VROOMAN. TERMS OF SUBS4RIPION: rl months .... One Year . . ADVERTISING RATES: I inch, one insertin ................1.001 yes n..........................15.W one year... ........... ............ Special rates given on large space and standing adverttaernents. Local notices 15 cents per line. Officers of Meaher County. J. E. Murray............................Probate Judge J. F. MIcCiintock ................r....k raue L. Rotweltt.........................Clerk...StnRcrier W. D. Cameron . ............. Miss Alice Nichols....... ......Supt. of Seho UNDER AND DEPUTTY SHERIFFS. E. A. Keys, Under Sheriff, White Sillier Springs Dan Crowley, Deputy Sheriff .......... Itns'dsf,ri ilier Willson, De.puty Sheriff............I airk'eri ' Tl 1 Reed, Deputy Sheriff, White ulpher Eugene Erwin. .... .a aideu COUNTY COMMIasIONERS. It. W. Clark, Chairman, White Sulpher Springs Ca t..sfford, Canyon Ferry.........nssouriValey W ll...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 27 December 1883

MAIDEN LODGE, No. 18. A. 0. U. W. FETS EVERY WEDNE IlAY EVENING. MASON, M. W. C. 11. WOLCOTT, R. STAGE LINES. JUNCTION CITY Alt) %MAIt)EN STAOIF LNIN, malt, Miner & Co., P'roprietors, L. I'. Williams, rintendent. Leav-ta J. C. bi a. 111.. N, WV. - F., veZAndt departs Iron Maiden on corresponding a and hour. BENTON sOUTHERN STAGE & EXPRESS JINE. dersondlle and Ft. Maginnis Route. Leaves inadale 7 a. n., M. W. & F. Arrives at Fort nnis at 7 . ., T. T. & S. Connects at Ulwt stage to Billings and Benton. BILLIK65 t BENTON F)TAGE LINE. alter Burke, up t. T. C. Powers, Pro'pr. yes B. 7 p. w.. 'T. .& Arrives at Ben'toni TI. & ;t. Connects at Ubet for stage to Maiden, Ft. innis and xasrtinsdale. LOCAL NEWS. What did you get in your socks? Beaver-tail soup at "The Bullion," on ocw Year's day. Remember the dance at the Post on ew Years Eve. l)r. Rawn has moved into his new Fuikling on Montana St. "The Bullion" served a sunptuous ree lunch to their many patrons on brist...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 27 December 1883

HANG UP THE BDBY'd STOCKING. Hang up the baby's stocking, Be sure you don't forget, The deer lIttle dimpled darling, He neversaw Christmas yet; But I've told him all abjut it, And he opened his blu blue eyes, And I'm sure be unaerstands it, He looks so funny and wise. Dear! what a tiny stocking, It does'nt take mncb to hold Su b pink toes as baby's Away from frost an i cold. Bus then, for babv'. Cbristmas It will never do at all; Why, Santa wouldn't be looking For anything bait so small. knew what we'll do for the baby 1 thought of the very beat plas; I'll borrow a stocking ortirasdma. Tue lar,'st that ever I can; And we'll hang it by mine, dear mother, Right here in the corner, so, And write a letter to Santa, And lasten it in the toe. Write: "This Is the baby's stocking That hangs in the corner bere. You never have Been him Santa, For he only came this year; But he's fait the blessedest baby And now, before you go, Just cram his stooding with goodies, From the top oleer down to th...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 27 December 1883

A TERLtIBLE PiOPliiEVY. e Red Sunsets, Cyclones and Earth quakes Foretelling Comaing Visas tar-How to meet 1... The recent mysterio.A5appea-ancEs fol. wing sunset and preceding sunrise ye attracted wide attention from stu nts of the skies and tie people gener y. Durnaj the days C, recent weeks e spn seems to have been obscured by thih veil of a dull leade.a hue which, the sun receded toward the horizon, o more luminous, then yellow, on orange, then red; a-ll s nightset ed down upon tiLe earth, a dull par le. A first it was thougrhttnesaappear nees were ordinary sunset ref ections of ht but it is now pretty certain that ey are either the misty substance of s tall of some unseen comet, in which e earth is envoloped, or a surround og stratum of world dust or very small oteroe. Professor Rrooke, of the Red ouse Observatory, Phelps. N. Y., has rued his telescope upon these ohjects d discovered what he thinks are myr ds of telescopic meteors. If it is unor wised world dust, or decomposed ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 27 December 1883

.ONTA"A NEWS. A moutain lion killed seventy-f e sheep recently for Tongue river man named Sharp. There are 1,370 school children in Helena of school age. The boys num ber 693 and the girls 677. Gilbert's famous brewery at Virginia City was burned to the ground on the 8th inst. Loss, about :7000. Harry Garris' 's shack near Miles City was recently destroyed by fire supposed to be the work of an incen diaty. The Bozeman tunnel will he com pleted about January 25th. Only 200 feet now remain to be tunneled through. Arrangements have been perfected whereby the Marquis de Mores will erect a large slaughtering tnd refrige rating establishment at Billings next summer. The Northern Pacific has issued a .special east-bound tariff for hides, pelts, robes and skins, which took effect December moth. Ed. Wright's cabin, situated neat the Morning Star mine, was broke-a into on Friday and rifled of a .300 gold watch and $s1o in money. No clue to the robber. The Marquis de Mores has, on his recent t...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 3 January 1884

SLI No. 22. - Maiden and Maginnis, Thursday, January 3, 1884. Price 10 Cents IDEN, THURSDAY, Jan. 3, 1884. PUBLISHNI EVERY THURSDAY BY ELL & VROOMAN. d at Maidse P.O. as Secoad Class matter. Professional Cards. M. TRUDELL, Attorney at Law, 0ce opposite Mineral Argue Otfice. pgal Blanks and Convayances attended to on Short Notice. C. DWINELLE, Notary Public, OFFICE AT RUSTLE, M. T. egal Blanks and Convayances filled out and attended to in Short Notice. G. HATCH, kttorney-at-Law WHITE SULPHER SPRINGS, M. T. H. P. ROLFE, ttorney at Law,' U S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Mining Pre-emptions and all Land Claims attended to. BENTON. MONTANA. A. M. ESLER, Notary Public. Conveyancing. Legal blanks of all kinds tilled out and acknowledged. kW7ies AT MONTANA MIND, MAIDEN, M. T. MAN. WATERMAN. H. G. MC INTIRE. WATERMAN & McINTIRE, A"FORNEYS AT LAW WT. BENTWN, M. T. attend to all business intrusted to our care from Maiden and vicinity. Hamilton & Witherall, DRALERS IN Wines, Liquors &a...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 3 January 1884

Ike xintraI Argue. FELL & VROOMAN. Publiahuis. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. CALENDAR. ,4 "L ..! 14 Z! 4 b 1. . ý3 1 97A 9101112 61 891111 5ig;7iIJO3 qep. 271297113'. lp LIZ!Is'14, 14 16, 1 6 111371 15, 19 24'26 "1 29. t9ý.R12624! 29:1 ý>~lt ? : $r . fri51 tN1,I.2 3324 14 711 u 6 111 9x .. 4 .. ' 1AW1I.. Apr. 1 21 4 A.9t1. 1ý ! 9! 4 9 11 731 ýºý1 Vice President Oakes, who is now in Oregon reports- as the result of most carefel inspection, that the Northern Padic is in frst sate condition and ful. ly equipped for doing fifty per cent. more than its present business, which is greatly In excess of previous estimates. Thoeghi oarly aorts are -*in the slough of despond," the New York Iferaldsays, that ordinary business this fr in December is 10 per cent. greathtban last year; that money Is dirt, cheep; that goods are moving freely and Mayers are laying In large stocks. On the whole the prospect for a large and shif business in the spring. is highly en couraglag notwithstanding the weedin...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 3 January 1884

Possum Hunting in Georgia. Ameute Recorder. In a barber shop one day last weak, while several gentleman were waitinp ao be shaved, conversation turned on food things to eat. After disecu.aing vsa lons dishes, Joe Roney, who is censid reda connoisseur, and who had taken. sative part in the diseusion, aid: "Well, boys, you can talk about ales isgs to eat, but the best thing In the Id I cyst tasted was possum, hedged brown gravy and sweet potatoes, with r on them." Mr. Walt Parlow in ns soon after to go out to his plan tiqn and assist in a genulne old fish ned possum bunt, with an hour or two r the aquirrels thrown in. The irat might's experience was a tame one; we Into a dry place of wood and struck t one possum track, but we got that urn. The next night, between eight and o'clock, we started out. Down the we went, stopping lon enough to a few handftula of good lihter, sad into the foreste 3carclfifteen nutes had elapsed before a was d, sueceeded a few moments later another, and anoth...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 3 January 1884

MAIDEN, THURSDAY, Jan. 3, I8S4 PUBLISHED EVERY THLUSDAY BY FELL & VROpmAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPION Miz months..... ..................... !2.0 O ne Year....................................................... 3.50 ADVERTISING RATES: 1 inch. one insertion............................. 1.(Q 1 * ., month .................... 3.00 I six ........... " one year ..........................................241no Special rates given on large space and strading advertisements. Local notices 15 cents per line. Officers of Mealer County. J. E. )isrray ...........................P~robate Judge J. F. licClintock and..................Trgeasurer L. Rotwett...... .........Clerk and Recorder W. D. Cameron. ................ .....Sheriff Miss Alice Nichols...... .........Supt. of Schools UNDER AND DEPUTY SHERIFFS. E. A. Keys, U'nder Sheriff. White Sulpher Springs Dan Crowiry, Deputy Sheriff...........Reedufort lienr ilsn, Dputy Sherif...........Barker Tol. Reed. Deputy Sheriff, White Suipher 8 rings Eugene...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 3 January 1884

MAIDEN LODGE, No. 18. A. 0. U. W. MEETS EVERY WEAl,'2 IP.A EVENING. 140 Mtasov, X. W. ( I1ocr R. STAGE LINES. JLNCTION CITY AND 34AWEN XT4.qE LINE, vael Mind eprt & r..lt0 etois, L P. Wllliamsi, rem and departa f0om Maiden os.orresponding ,daysa and hour. DENTON SOVTIIERN ITA5E A EXPRESS LINE. Andersaovilie and Ft. M innis Route. LAaves Martinsdlae 7 ap. in.. M. W.& F. Arrives at F~ort n lietnn stat~ N7 , T. T. & P. Connects at Ubet for n d Rentton. SILLOS S & IENTAIN STAGE LINE. Walter 3utke. Stup t. T. C. Powers. l'ro'pr. Loaves II. 7 p. In.. T. T. & S. Arrives at B~enton T. T. & S. Connects at Ubet for stage to Maiden. Ft. praginnis and xartinsdale. LOCAL NEWS. Jms. Herring returned Monday from a trip to Benton. Our Magginnis budget of news will appear next week. It is uvavoldlnbly crowded out. It is all good. Local subscribers who fail to get their paper regular can have a copy by call -ing at. the office. Publishers and post masters are liable to make mi...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 3 January 1884

NED'S STOCKING It wasadisreputable looking affair, as it sung over the heap of rags Ned called his bed. Any one but Santa Claus would have been dismayed at the yawn iog gulf which might once have been the toe, where only a narrow bridge separa tel it from the gaping heel; but the jolly little man only laughed in his sdeeve, thinking what asharp fellow Ned was to select this one; for such a stock ing wouldn't hold trifles anyway. But you and I know that Ned could do no better, and its companion was in a yet more hopeless condition. If any one asks us whp Ned is, I am afraid we shall have to confess that he is only a little Arab, and if he doesen't "silently steal away" it is not owing to any defect is his street education. Such training is not usually conducive to either mental, moral or physical health; in the latter item Ned did not lack anything, for he was hearty and ru bust a as young Esquinauz; -quite too hearty, he felt sometimes, wh a his breakfast or supper had been n'eanty ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 3 January 1884

CONGRESSIONAL. ruesday, Deesesber IS. g Samts.-Mr. Sheaias moved thed Arson . McCook be chosen secretM7 of the s Mr. Pwdletmon moved to ame'n 'y subst the name of L. Q. Wasblesgts. Ye 29. nays 32. The mala rar muse wa n to and MoOook swamr T e ssonab3 republiOan nominations et as slows: Chief olerk, In W. Johnson, Mineesota ez euative o erk, Jame 3. ouo, um Dew Ban of olum Dis u t atars P.0anaday, Nornh ghe ptceldent sent a loe list of nomina tie ts the senate, me reoom nomia asters, Ueite d States marshals, Un 8es attorneys, district judges, na val tllos, eta. ConOrastions: Lawrence Welded, hlinois, judge of the court of claim;s J. 3. Tanner, Illinois, United States marshal, Southern district of Illinois; Nathaniel P. Banks, Maemoha. aset, United 8 ates marshall of Massachua eetbs Aloose Osner, Oregon, Indisa agmnt aoe ye'oy; CoL. Samuel B. Rolahird, quuoatmasser generaI; John S. Toker, Miehigpn, q soiret ry op ontas; Robinson Locke. Ohio, United States consul at New Tbhneeelderati...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 3 January 1884

ITEMS OF INTEREST. San Francisco wants a world's fair in 1887. Cocoanut culture is being tried in Florida. The Denver directory foots up 70,000 people. Sturlata is going back to a life of sin in Chicago. Serg't Bates and his banner are at Chatanooga. Even ladies are prospecting for gold at Las Vegas. Steamship third-class fares to Europe are down to $20. Mexico is raising its third banana crop of the year. Plymouth church, Brooklyn,received but seven new members last year. John Dembert, a Gainsvillc, Fla., baker, has fallen heir to $1,ooo,ooo. Sattler Bros., St. Paul clothiers, hoist the bankruptcy banner for *8o,ooo. Brooklyn had 13,833 deaths for the year 188a, i,18o less than the year fore. Peter McGeogh is said to have made $125,000 on grain in the last six weeks. Seventy-five mines and 6,ooo men are idle in the Monongahela coal region. Hamilton Disston, of the Philadel phia law firm, carries $400,000 life insurance. Collecting bad eggs is a business in New York. Morocco tanners...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 10 January 1884

ol. o. 23. Maiden and Mags , Thursday, anua , . rie ents ol L- No. 23. Maiden and Maginns, Thursday, January 10, 1884. Price 10 Cents iAIDEN. THIT R!),4Y, i:n. 10. 1si. PUBLI.HIE1 EVERY TIHR-tDAtY BY ELL & VROOMAN. 4 Entered at Maiden P. 0. as Second Class matter. Professional Cards. T . TRUDELL, Attorney at Law, 'Office opposite Mineral Argus Otfice. Legal Blanks and Convayanecs attended to on Short Notice. F C. DWINELLE, Notary Public, OFFICE AT RUSTLE, M. T. Legal Blanks and Convav:yancevs filled out and attended to in Short Notice. A . G. HATCH, Attorney - at-Law WHITE SULPHER SPRINGS, M. T. H. P. ROLFE, Attorney at Law, ' S. Deputy MAineral Surve;'or. Mining Pre-enmlptions 10od all Land Claitims attended to. BENTOtN. MONTANA. W. T. McFARLAN D, U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR Oricr.-Next door to Mineral Argus, MAIDEN, - MONTANA A. .. ESLER, S Notary Public. C(onveyanltinIg. Legal bl1:tnk of al kindst tilled out :IIl a:knnwlelg''ld. OFl'CE AT MONTANA 'ot.N1., MAIDEN, M.IT. MAX...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 10 January 1884

ih xuiunaI m rgus FELL ti VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA Both Houses of Congress adjournei on Monday the 24th of December anti the 7th day of January. Most of th members went to their homes to spent the holidays. The times do not improve and will no until the back of winter is broken. Thei there will probably be a revival of busi ness, but those who dream of such activ ity as has prevailed for several yearn past, are likely to be disap pointed. The week or two before Christmas the windows of the New York jewelry stores blazed with diamonds-one ex hibit, which was patroled about bye a dozen unitoraed officers and several private watchmen, sparkled with bril liants to the value of $350,000, and the demand for the little sparklers howed that a great many people had money to spare notwithstanding the dull times. It is one of the features of the condi. tion of Northern Pacific securities that ,the rumor that Mr. Villard Intends to get out of the Northern Pacific en :tarely, g...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 10 January 1884

LAST YEARS EVENTS. -t- Ilhe Inos of Human LJ.lte by rthbqnke, Fire, Flood and Accident Isst Year. II Crimes Inrease in tumb'rs and Variety- Year's Sport in the United States Dramatic Events. The bistory of a year is something that the eet memory, or even the best newspaper, can not present unimpeachably correct. Only the salient event. of the 3053 days can ever be carried in the mind, and it Is of these that the impression of the year 1883 must be made. There is a specias value in studying oven the dryest presentation of the year's events as a matter of practi cal every-day history. Its convenience appears in a thousand ways as time goes on and greater or lesser events fix themselves in the memory of their relation to other occur rences. A review of the events of 1883, gleaned from a revnew of newspaper files, ap pears below. It shows that the year was one of the most remarkable in history in the great number of catastrophes by which many lives were lost The fatality of the world, a...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 10 January 1884

gw _iuaw4 xgeu. MAIDEN, THI'ILSDAY, Jan. 10, 18w; PUIBLISHED EVERY TIURSIbDAY BY FELL & VROOMAN. TERMS OF SUTSCRII'ION : Six months............................... ................ 2.0 ~ne Year............................. ......... 3 ADVERTISING RATES: 1 Inch, one insertion............................ 1 1 " " month ...................................... 3. 1 six " ......»....... ..................... .15.0( 1 " one year ........................................ .24. Special rates given on large space and standing advertisements. Local notices 15 cents per line. Officers @f UMker County. J. E. Murray...............................Probate Judge J. F. McClintok.................................Treasurer L. Row-ett......... ............Clerk and Recorder ".'. D C~mcron ........ ... .... .................. 8herin W. D Cameron . ». ...Sheriff Miss Alice Nichols...............Supt. of Schools UNDEM AND DEPUTY 8HERIFFS. E. A. Keys, Under Sheriff. White Sulpher Springs Dan Crowley, Deputy...

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