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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 January 1907

.X-- « SHOOT HOTEL GAYLORD Siajt and finest Gqttipjjed JVootrlia at/fad Co # In V* wr iF" » JtatAoad County "r» r* ^ MIILtCR £• LEWIS Proprietors - - Colombia Falls Summer Comfort and Cleanliness The pores of the skin are responsible for most complexion tronuea. hammer dust, the stain of vacation.travel, combined svrth the grease erf perspiration, c4oh and stifle the pores. Keep them clear and healthy, so that the natural oils may do their mock «< softening the akin. POMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM withdraw* every particle of impurity from the pores—ail the way through—and by gently exercising the facial muscles rounds them out to perfect development; blackheads and wrinkles immediately disappear, leaving nothing but the natural glow o! health.. GENEROUS If you will call at our rtore we will glad !y give you FBBB the famotu book, A Treatise an Facial Massage Columbia Falls Drug Co. He’s going to Hutchinson Bros, for Lopping $<ij>l>ljes. H i itch in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 January 1907

TILLMAN’S ADDRESS t oor by wtmittxiT SHE TENDED THE LIGHTHOUSE p tbe money, 1 merit, i greatest record of cures,— lood’s Sarsaparilla Uqold form or In chocolated ■ known as Ssrsatabs. 100 doses ». BO^RAX BE AHACKS ROOSEVELT ON £ NEGRO TROOP'S TROUBLE. Holds Him Responsible for Creating Condition of Race Hatred—Senator Patterson, of Colorado, In Reply. Attack Senator From South Carolina—Senate Crowded to the Doors. In the Laundry Win steriUie the Clothtnc, Act aa an Antiseptic and Prevent dealer*. Sample Picture in 10 e« Oakland, Cal. The senate chamber rang with denunciation Saturday. Senator Tillman of South Carolina assailed President Roosevelt for his discharge of negro troops from the army and held him responalble for creaUng a condition of race hatred that would In the near future result In a "throat cut- ting.” Senator Patterson of Colorado, who retires from public life on March 4. I astounded the senate by a denuncia- Borsx, Booklet end Uoil of the South Carolinian. He charge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 January 1907

VOL. IV. 170.89. Slotl CoplM 10c. Sobccrlption Price &M per Yecr. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. JANUABY 26, 1807. FIFKNWEIlElllLlfD fMEE HUB WHOLE TIA1N BLOWS UP AT SANFOiO INDIANA. Death Llat May Grow to 20—Injured Number nearly 36—Car of Powder Exploded While a Big Four Paseenger Train Wae Paeelng—Entire Train Took Fire. Many Cremated. ORDERED TO LEAVE p BRITISH GOVERNOR OBJECTED TO THEIR HELP IN CITY OF KINGSTON. He Requeeted Admiral Davla to Re- BIG FOUR WRECKED PASSENGER TRAIN COLLIDES WITH FAST FREIGHT. Twenty People Killed and 40 Injured —Wreck Took Fire and People Were Cremated—Paaaenger Train Wae Going 50 Mllea an Hour—Engineer Failed to See Signal. t Terre Haute, Ind., Jan. 21.—Big Four accommodation train No. 3 was destroyed by the explosion of a car of powder at the siding east of Sanford, Ind. Fifteen persons were killed outright, and the death list probably will reach 20, with 30 or 35 Injured. The engine, two coaches and baggage car of the passenger train were ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 January 1907

a Fall Lfrieof Ererything Pertaining to the Trade. toreparfng bodies For Shipment A Specialty. Telephone 20 iKALISPELL. MONT340 Main Street. 'TIMMBLl'SD ACT, JUNE 8. 1878 —Notice fob publication. C. S. L*nd Office, KelUpell. Mont, Kof. »th, 1908. .. notice u hereby given that In compllenoe With the proTlilom of the ect ot Congreee of .Jane», 1878, entitled “An ect for the eele of .Umber Unde In the Slates of California, Oregon. . Barada, and Washington Territory," as exUri! ,ai\ to all the Public Land sutetby ect of Aug- tut«, 1802. JOHK ZAbBA FUthead, state of this office hti the purchase of Sec. 84,and the NWW Str^. _ of Sec. No. Si, Township No. 81. o. 20. andwlll offer proof to show that jht Is more valuable for fta umber *r stone than for agricultural purposes, and to ‘ claim to said land before the wvaas*v mmAsnsa, •'of KallspcU, county of FUt Montana, has this dsy filed in ewom statement wo. 1780, for 1 SEX. establish hU ilver of this office at KalisIgn, Mont., on Monday, the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 January 1907

HOTEL GAYLORD SBest and ■P'inott Gqu/pped JVoeol in JfyaMead County & «F "in iF 5^ iF ^ 1LER £n LEWIS Proprietor* - - Colombia Palls Summer Comfort and Cleanliness The pores of the skin are responsible for most complexion troubles. Summer dust, the stain of vacation travel, combined with the grease of perspiration, clog and stifle the pores. Keep them clear and healthy, so that the natural oils may do their work of softening the skin. POMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM withdraws every particle of impurity from the pores—all the way through—and by gently rxejcising the facial muscles rounds them out to perfret development; blackheads and wrinkles immediately disappear, leaving nothing but the natural glow ojjiealth. GENEROUS If you will call at our store we will gladly give you SAMPLE five •■cuerous sample of the cream and a copy of FREE the*..mum book, A Treatise vn Facial Massage Columbia Fail* Drug Co. tie'* going to Hutchinson Bros, for Losing Supplies. Hutchinson JBrothers, Excl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 January 1907

itarrh blood and reqnlrln* constitutional acting through and purifying tbo It*, radical and permanent cure. Tha greatest consUtatlonal remedy la n» greatest constitutional remedy is , Hood’s Sarsaparilla In Qjmi lie - '-* * — In nsoal lltpild form or In chocolated lasSarsatabs. 100 dose* »l. Nasal and other local forms of catarrh are rellered by Catarrlets. which allay Inflammation and deoderlre discharge. 60c. All Crowned Shah. Teheran, Jan. 21.—AU Mohammed haa been crowned Shah of Persia In the palace. The ceremony took place in the apartment known a* the "museum," the ministers, diplomats, prince* and nobles all attending In full uniforms, which, combined with the rich hangings and decorations of the wall, formed a notable picture. There was general Illuminations In the evening. The American and other foreign legations arranged special displays. ALEXIEFF 18 AGAIN IN POWER Russia’s Grand Ducal Clique Is Now In Control. Despite the turn taken In tho proposed Internal reforms for th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 February 1907

t ♦ Siaf! Copte* lOe. S«b»criptloa Price $2.M per Veer. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. FEBBUABY 2,1907 VOL. IY. NO. 80. SMET CAR WRECK FATAL ACCIDENT OCCURS AT SPOKANE SUNDAY NIGHT. Motormnn C. E. Nickerson Killed—Accident Occurred in Northeastern Part of City—Nickerson Said Brakes Would .Not Work—Heavy Switch Engine Struck Car Square In Center. * Spokane. Jan. 28.—Motorman Nick erson was fatally Injured, every one of the nine passengers aboard bruised and cut, the tones of several fractured and the street car completely demolished when a Great Northern engine Sunday night struck the westbound Minnehaha street car No. 87 of the Washington Water Power company. Tho motorman died three hours later. The accident occurred northwest of Itoss Park. Great Northern switch engine No. 4t'0 was backing tow aid III11- ; ard at the time and was going at a speed'Of about 15 miles an hpur.-ac-cording to the statement of the crew. The street car was carried a distance Of_frs*n 150 to 200 feet along the tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 February 1907

Ifrepariag Bodies For Shipment A Specialty, Telephone 20 BIAX4I9TOL4U MONT34Q. Main,. Street. TtMBEB LAN© ACT, JUNE 8.- 1878 —NOTICE f OR PUBLICATION. D.-B-lAniOe*., K*lUp«ll. Mont.. Not, 9th. M#«. ClTtn that in eompUasoa of tbaact of Concrauof .“An act .for tha aalo of Califcrn! ‘ Slain of C Dla.O«fon aarada. and Waahlnrton Tarxltory," a> extar' ad to all tha Pahllc Land itatei hjr. . aat of Aug ■af *. IMS. jons aaiau. of, Kallapell. conntjr of Flathead, Mate of Montana, hai thie dar filed In thle office hie ■Kora utatement HO. 1730, for tha purchase of the.NWi.8KK, See. MW the NWX SerK. ZS&X'ti? ut. ' 'arand Race)* ' s j»cr of thle office at KaliiMont., on Monday, the 4th day February, Rejciete He namee aa witnesses: Out DcStaffeny, Aug Benkendorf, A. F. Leopold and Lew Thomas, all of Hallapell. Mont. Any and all persons claiming adrersely the “ nds are requested to file their I on or before said 4th day iry. 1*07. AHoasw.w, SwaHKT, Register. Ut pub HOT. 17t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 February 1907

r-jr,- HOTEL GAYLORD 1 m»j£irns* Cqu/pptd ffoo+f in Jtatkoad Coumty & it' IF r* F IF iF % HILLER LEWIS Proprietor* - - ColambU Ealla If fajle 'TW Pies If Mill Mfd ii a Each Pen Absolutely Guaranteed. Century Fountain Pen. The Century-is made in various styles of holders. Some of them especially suited to use as a Gift. Price $1. to $5. In? mt May. No other investment will pay you so well or last so long. Colnnia Falls Dreg Co. He’s going to Mutcbinaon Bros. for Losing Supplies, * Hutchinson PJrothers, Exclusive Hardware 1.0.0. F. BIDING, - - cowmis. Bids for Wood Wanted. Th» Tru.tees of School District No. 6 will re<-eive hlils for 20 i-ord»of dry Fir or Tiunaritck and 30 l ords of Breen Fir or Tamarack woorl, four feet in Icds" 1 . the dry wii©! to I e « , eliT*Teil immediate. Iv after avit'di'iB the contract, and remainder by M «y firii, 1907. Bi Is will be received until Saturday, Feb. 9th, 1907. B'd* should he scaled and marked (bid'* for wood; and may be ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 February 1907

\ MINE EXPLOSION ! All humors, eruptions, .scrofulous sores,eczema fas well as of rheumaand other troubles. The remedy for aU these proved by its unequaled Oi BUMS, fa 8 Sarsaparilla liquid form or In chocolated s known as Sarsutabs. 100 doses $1. Will Sue Dyer's Bondsmen. ■The secretary of the treasury has directed that suits be instituted on the surety bond furnished by D. P. Dyer, Jr., until recently teller In the United States subtreasury at St. Louis. The bond was for *20,000 and the amount alleged to have been lost through Dyer was *61,000. Dyer recently was tried at St. Louis and acqulted on the charge of being concerned in the disappearance of the money from the subtreasury . » Captain Dernier, who is in command of the Canadian exploring expedition in the Arctic regions, reports taking possession, in the name of the government, of 14 islands. SAVE PUBLIC LANDS IS SWETTENHAM OUT KILLED 80 MEN PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ISSUES r BiAigor Ohio, Cmr or Tolxdo, ( Lucas Cocktt. ( Turn 1. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 February 1907

« ' Siifi Copki 10c. Subscription Price >2.50 per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. FEBRUARY 9,1907. NEWS OF THE WORLD THREE FREEZE IN A^TENEMENT. Woman and Two Children In Grand NORTHWEST STATES SHORT DISPATCHES FROM All PARTS OF THE OLOBE. A Review of Happenlnfli In Both Eaetern and Weatem Hemlapheree During the Part Week—National, Hietorlcal, Political and Peraonal Eventa. • ItaiBuli, the bandit, has taken refuge In the Tauerdut mountains. The amount of national bank notes now outstanding totals $596,197,669. Dr. Jose ignatlo, a well known lawyer and author, died at Washington recently. The county local option law was defeated In the South Dakota house last week. , The Ann Harbor railroad was flned $15,000 Friday for giving secret rebates. Mrs. Russell Sage has donated a million dollars to the Rennselaer institute of New York. Sixty-four bodies of victims of the Stuart njlne disaster at Charleston, W. Va.. have been recovered. The United States senate has passed a bill in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 February 1907

) The Columbian. PVBUIBSB EVXBT SatUBDAY. M. r. XAnCQMK, E4ltor an4 Ovnu. Full Line of Pertaining Trade. Bodies . Shipment A Specialty. elephono 20 iAniSPEnn. MO^fT. 840 Mafctt Street. W. mm & MATM9l iio»r-|l,00 Pfr ye*x in advance 'Bstetod. Fab, »t .Coinrobia Falla, Mont., as, second class matter, odor .Act of. Congress of March 3rd, l»t." GRANT & TRIPPET CM hpm COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT, ncaoghtiog and Irrigation Work a Specially. H. B. GRANT, W. K. TRIPPET 8ATUBDAT. Fab. 9,> 1WT. ’OWk hfelWiM Sgtis, Roebuck & Co. Started In Business. IttAHD ACTkJUNE ». 1878 ilR PUBLICATION. OiWfM- O-W A-W-L Kona. at In oompllann of Contras 1 of the ialTof ■aU.Shaton. Tsrrttoryas extar (* states bj act of, Aut- OH!< aatnv*. 11. coenty ot. Flathead, auta of las (hie dar filed. In this offlee his lirlll affer proof to show that mSbriTmowTaluahle lor tu timber 51 I names aa witnesses:. Sss DeStafleny. *Ssfgu^. F k£H r before said «h da> ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 February 1907

nOTEL GAYLORD R. Iff: Hi CLOSES iLU'i'iiM.,, HITITriV; 1 -' '••il•• i !■ i m !Bo*i cmj €fuipp*^ JP***/ im J/at/trad County & iF Hr Hr iF i^* Hr ^ ■MILLER * LEWIS ProMctora • - Columbi« Fall» Century Fountain Pen. : TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Thr Century is made in various styles of holders. Some of them especially suited to use as a Gift. Price $J. to $5. III? Mi Mty No other investment will pay you so well or last so long. ich Pen ibsolutely ranteed. ! Ile , » going to 1 \ 4Tr* Hutchinson Bros. I CSi ‘Jf W C iin for Losing 8tiht)lies. r A ^ jAbW-K/ s^w^***n r „ H Litch inson Pirotliers, 1 Exclusive Hardware |a 0. F. IlDII, - - (Mem fis. Bids for Wood Wanted. Th« Tru«te«B o( School District No. 6 will receive bids for 20 cords of dry Fir or Tamarack and SO cords of green Fir or Tamarack wood, four faet in lentth, the drv wood to be delivered immediately after awarding the^cnntract, and remainder by Mavjirst, 1907. Bids will be received uoti^Saturday, Feb. 9th, 1907. Bids shou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 February 1907

FORNIA RIOT WAS AT HAND; The* Kidneys, TRAIN DITCHED ONLY PRESENCE OF POLICE WOODLAND. Crushea the Messenger—Car ; Bella From Track In Wreck on Sou- _ r them Pacific—Tramps Perish, Is Repert—Passengers Say Three Were Biding on Blind Baggage. Sacramento. Cal., Feb. 4.—At 6:10 o’clock Sunday morning the PortlandBaa Francisco train Xo. 15 was wracked two miles east of Burning. 10 miles Berth of Woodland. In Yolo county, and Charles Cbarlea, an express messenger, killed. The express car railed front tka track and the heavy safe, used by the company, toppled over upon him. ernshlng out his life. (jBSseoscra on the train say that three tramps., who were beating their way on the blind baggage, were also killed, but there is no report of the matter on Hie in the railroad odices la this city. Several passengers were shaken up, but none were seriously In- jured. Cara Badly Smashed. The locomotive, tender, express car. baggage, smoker, chair, tounst and diner left the rails and were baaly mash...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 February 1907

I Slafl Copto 19c. S»b«criptl«i Pric* S2JC ftt Yctr. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. FEBBUABY 16,1907. NEWSOFTHEWORLD SHORT DISPATCHESJROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenlnge In Both Eaatern and Weetem Hemlapheree During the Paat Week—National, Hlatorlcal, Political and Pereonal Eventa. • Carter Harrison, former mayor of Chicago, who has been spending the winter at Paaadena, announces that he will accept the democratic nomination for mayor of Chicago It tendered him. St. mersbifrg.—An Imperial decree provides for the Issue of 135,000,000 in 4 per cent state rentes to meet the famine relief expenses and the urgent extraordinary expenditures as shown In the budget statement. The copper smelter Interests, headed by Senator Guggenheim of Colorado, have decided to - kill the bill fathered by ex-Governor McGraw of Washington, making concession for the Alaska Railway company. Statistics for the year just ended show.thfet people of the United States consumed six and one-balf billion pou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 February 1907

Full "Line of ; Pertaining Trade. Bodies .Shipment A Specialty. Telephone 20 JSPEI.T... MONT i 340 Mauu Street. timm Iffl d kpi ; . & • CM falls Mm. The Columbian. PnUBHXB Svxbt Sattodat. n. V. X^AXUQER, KdLtor and Owcr. MJLTMSj mmcKiTTLQX~tX90 p«r year In *dwinoe ••Entered.Feb. 2.1906, »t Colnmbi. fella, Mont., as second class matter, dader Act of Congreas ol March 3rd, im." GRANT & TRIPPET Civil Eptsrs -TIMBEtt LAND. ACT JUNK 3, 1878.NOTICK FOK PUBLICATION. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. Draughting and Irrigation Work a Specialty. H. B. GRANT W. K. TRIPPET Notice to Creditors. |i MBERtA^D, ACT JUNE 3,1878VNOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. O. BJIauul Office. K«ll«[>cll, Montana Hoy. l*tb. 1906. i -Jea la heraby. stren that In compliance U» previalona o, the act of Conitrcia ol ]87«, entitled "An act (or the laic of anda-ln the Statei of California, Oregon. .. and Washington Territory." aa exlendli the public land atalea by act of August the following named potions h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 February 1907

HOTEL GAYLORD— ZBost and fintst Cquippod JVoe*t in MatAwad County i$ iF SF F* IF F IF ^ HILLER LEWIS Proprietors - - Colombia falls i m piannt Hiiliirf Foutiio Phi. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. res tie Button i| Ini -Jw , jX ich Pen ibsolutely laranteed. The Century is made m various styles of holders. Some of them especially suited to use as a Gift. Price $J. to $5. Bay it! toy. No other investment will pay you so well or last so long. He’s going to Hutchinson Bros, /or Lopqing Supplies. > ntoliinson brothers, Exclusive Hardware 0.0.4-111)1, - r New stock of ready tde clothing just re- aved. Nothing will relirvn IndigMtion that is not a thorough iligeetant. Kodol digests what yon «at and slows the stomach to rest—recuperate—grow strong again. Kodol is a solution of digestive acids and us nearly us possible approzitnates ihu digestive juices .that are found in the stomach K»dol takes the work of digestion off the digestive organs, and while performing this work itself does great...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 February 1907

V 11 t! I NDLAWS REVISION WILL BE BY WESTERNERS. lette, With the WhlteHlm, Will Lead the of the New Bill, Mineral Land Leases, GivIn Following Article. r . It Is apparent tliat a prolonged strug ' i la to ensue over the revision of the I land laws. Many western mem of both houses will resist radical alteration. Senator LaFol lette of Wisconsin,* with the White House behind him, doubtless will lead the fight for revision. Jbe substance of the LaFolletto bill covering mineral land leases Is as follows: All public lands of the United States, containing coal or other minerals, mined for fuel, oil, gas, or asphalt, are to be reserved from entry and sale. Any person above the age of 21 years, who Is a citizen of the United btales, or who has declared his intention to become such, or any association yf persons, shall have the right to apply for a license to mine coal or other minerals mined for fuel, oil, gas, or asphalt, on areas not exceeding five government sections of land, and to use ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 February 1907

/ Slif) Ctfkt 10c. Sibscriptlon Price S240 ptr Year. WIIECK MUS ME SUBURBAN TRAIN IN NEW YORK JUMPS TBE TRACK. Wa* Running F««t—Flr« Brok« Out From Our Exchanges of the 8urPut Out—Rail Probably Broken —Matinee Crown and Commuters Were Going Home. . New York, Feb. 17.—Sixteen passengers were killed outright, four others bad died of their Injuries ut to midnight, and at least BO mors were more or less seriously injured In the wreck of the White Plains and Breweter express on the Harlem division of River railroad, near Wood lawn road in the Bronx borough of Greater New YOrk tonight. The train left the Grand Central station at 6: IS o'clock, drawn by two heavy electric motors and loaded with a matinee crowd and cotamuters on their way home from business In the city. It consisted of a combination baggage and smoking car and five coaches. After stopping at One Hundred andvTwenty-flfih street the train was scheduled to run express to White Plains. At Woodlawn road the fo(ir tracks run thro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 February 1907

The Columbian. PrauaHTO StXBT 8iTC«DAT. H. r. ZJLKVOBn, Editor and Owner. EdEEfc «n»*«Mrno»—$9.00 p«r year In advance '* Kntered Feb. 2. 1906, at Columbia Falla, Mont., as second class matter, oadar Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879." ig Bodies Fox Shipment A Specialty. Telephoiie 20 KAUESPELL. MONT340 Main Street. J. I. tOMBOB & • id Suf^on Otate f* to ''—TIMBER'LAND, ACT JUNE 3,1876NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ' U. 8. Land Office, Kalltpcll, Montana ’ Kov. 10th, 1906. . Notice ts hereby friven that In compliance ■ With the proTlsIooa o, the act ol Congress ot • Junes. 1878, entitled "An act (or the sale ol timber lands In the States ol California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as extend- WlMVAMcrtr V*. i^tamsaa — aawa v • aa—. described, and will offer proof to show that the lands so sought arc more valuable for their Umber or stone than for agricultural purposes. •DO to eatablish their respective claims to said . landa before the Register and Receiver of the ...

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