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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 March 1907

ifc,. r ^ HOTEL GAYLORD Jfoj/ and finost €quipptd J^oat/ , m .Platk+ad County 9 iF r* r* iF JF ^ MILLER LEWIS' Proprietors - - Columbia Tails Century fountain Pen. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. The Century is made in various styles of holders. Some of them especially suited to use its a Gift. Price $t. to $5. jg g &g. No other investment will pay you so well or last so long. Each Pen Absolutely Guaranteed. TO 1 HUG Raving decided to discontinue the Hardware Business in Columbia Falls, we aCail ourselves of this opportunity to thank our many friends for their liberal patronage during the last four years, and to announce that from and after this date we offer our entire stock of goods at actual COST. WHOLESALE PRICES WITH OJTLY FREIGHT ADDED. REMEMBER: This is not a sale of the frazzled end of an old shelf-worn and depleted stock. Our stock consists of only first class, new and up-to-date goods in every department, and cannot be replaced in the market today at what they cost.us. B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 March 1907

fe~v r Blood „ and your whole system renovating in the as pimples, boils, eruptions, loss of appetite and that SarsapariflaTs the most effective medicine ever * for the complete purification of the blood and the ! renovation'of the whole system. k .. ..ill make you feel better, look better, eat and sleep ter and give you the best possible preparation for the hot i of summer, as over 40,000 people have testified in the two years. Today buy and begin to take iod’s Sarsaparilla . form, liquid, or in tablet form, called Sarsataba, 100 Doaes 11. GoIrabtxed tinder the Food and Drugs Act, June 30, 1006. No. 334. Bridegroom Without a Penny. Springfield,' Mo.—S. T. Ross a wealthy stockman of Shawneo, Okla., was slugged and robbed of $6100, a fine watch and a diamond ring by Unknowi* partlesjn this city. The victim of the robbery arrived in this city recenUy and had taken out a license to wed Miss Martha Sheppard of this city. The robbery leaves him without a dollar, but It is understood that...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 April 1907

Columbian. y : <rt“ » ?! siasl Gorki We. Sub»eration Price S2J0 per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. APBIL 6,1907. — ■ •—- PROSPERITY IS REAL SECRETARY WILSON THINKS PANIC IMPOSSIBLE Will Be a Good Crop Year—No Such Thing as Failure-^Tama Jim 1 Laughs at the Talk of Financiers About a Panic—Farmer Story About Railroad Securities. SPORTING NOTES. The prospeaity of the United States cannot be destroyed by Wall Street flurries, In the judgment of Secretary of Agriculture Wilson. It has been asserted by financiers who have come to Washington and consulted with the president that only good crops during the coming season would save the country frdm serious business and financial depression and there will be such crops, according to Mr. Wilson. “No longer can there be anything like universal crop failure," said the secretary. "There is no reason to anticipate anything more than the growing of crops, hovsjo prepare the soil, how to seed ■anil how to cultivate plants and harvest gra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 April 1907

a FjjLLiue .oL Pertaining the Trade, The Oolumbian. Punnmn Etwt Satumat. «. W. I.AICQKI(, KOItor ud Owi>«r. MAXMMl •cnovrriox—$S.OO per jreer In advuiM 2, 1906, at Columbia BWla, Mont., aa. second class matter, under Act of Congress of March 3rd, ttTO." Bodies Fpr Skipment A? Specialty. & T©] e phone ,20 f.^ftiT ■IQFjEILjU , MONT840, .Mnua Street. u mm is \im it ttfiftau ^RANT & TRIPPET Bfil tymOOLb'MBIA FALLS, MONT. Qraoghting and Irrigation Work a Specially. W. K. TBIPPET UAGAHNE READERS / SATORDAY. April fi, IWT. LOOKING TQ CELERY. Geo win* Planta. From Seed For an. Karly Cron, The seed tor the early supply should be> sown broadcast about Reb. 10 In a moderately heated hotbed or In ahalbw boxes Ailed with good garden loom tightly pressed down. Cover the seed with soil about one-eighth Inch deep and press the some .down firmly. Bet the boxes "(If .<beso . ajee used) In tha bouse near a sunny window where the temperature aver...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 April 1907

\ HOTEL GAYLORD Spring Specialties: Stock Foods, 3F* Qiaitry Food, Lice Killers, Etc Fooraald.eliyd.e Oua ran teed. 4rO per ct. 10 1 POBUC: ****** Having decided to. discontinue the Hardware Business in Columbia Falls, we avail ourselves of this opportunity, to thanh our* many friends for theirlibcral patronage during the last four years, and to announce that from and after this date we offer our entire stock of goods at actual COST. IFHOLE SALE FBI CES WITH ONLY FREIGHT ADDED. REMEMBER: This is not a sale of the frazzled end of an old shelf-worn and depleted stock. Our stock consists of only first class, new and up-to-date goods in every department, and cannot be replaced in the market today at what they cost us. Beginning March 22nd, we wj,ll SELL AT COST vntil closed out. Don’t miss this chance to bujf first class goods cheaper than you ever bought them before. It's your opportunity. We mean what we say. Come and see for yourselves. "A Word to the Wise is Sufficient.” HUTCHINSON ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 April 1907

ring Humors Impure or effete matters accumulated in the blood during the winter cause in the spring such disfiguring and painful troubles as boils, pimples, and other eruptions, also weakness, loss of appetite, that tired feeling. The best medicine to take is Hood’s Sarsaparilla, which thoroughly cleanses the blood,and effects permanent cures by giving healthy functional activity to the stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels and skin. -sasa®.- °—' , ' u ths umo eormUvl Mrs. L. Bickford. Gossvlllc. N. H.. s»ys: ■‘Evers- sprine 1 was completely prostrated, run down.'from dyspepsia and that tired feeling. But I have found Hood's Sarsaparill!. helps me from the first dose, completely 1,.*. noouw.. vaiwou. restores good health and-strength." Guaranteed under the Food nnd Drugs Act, June 30, 1906. No. 324. To Open Salt Lake Road. Los Angeles, March SI."—Officials of the Salt Lake road expect to have the line open for thorough traffic by April 10. The expectation is based upon a message received ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 April 1907

Columbian. 1IW SU|1 Cartes 10*. MacriftlM Pcltt SLM PIT Year. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. APBIL 13,1907. VOL. IV. NO. 89. NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT DISPATtHES FROM All FARTS OF THE GLOBE MURDERS OEM. BARILLAS. Ho Woo Formerly President and Was a Strong Possibility for Another 'term." A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and WeMem Hemispheres _ __ D.H„, >..« JClty ot Mexico, April 10-.—General Manuel Barillas, ex-preeldent of Guatemala. was assassinated here: as he sat in a street car. As the car stopped young man, 17 years of hge. climbed aboard, and rushing to the general. Historical. Events. Political and Personal News 0 f tie death in Hongkong of Bishop James N. Fitzgerald of the M. E. church has been received. Three of the prisoners In the couhty 1«H (*t Los Ahgeles. Oal.-, made a desperate attempt .to murder the night Jallire and escape, but failed. Ghrernor Stuart of Pennsylvania sighed the bill making the rate of fare on railroads within the state 2 cents a mile. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 April 1907

Wm y. Foil line,of iiig Pertaining Trade, Bpdies ‘.Shipment A?. Specialty. lephone.SO, iSPEUL. MQ3JJT. Main Street. ii mm Tile Oolumbian. Pcbuihu) Kmr Batiteoat. I*. *• I-A.*PO*R, editor AnjJ Owner. JtATMBl ■PMpRimox—12 00 per ye*r in advance “Katered Feb. 2, 1906, at Columbia Fella, Mont., aa aecond data matter, under Act o{ Cbogreaj, of Match 3rd, 1BT9.” SATOBDAY, April 18, 1007. andilipi & fabllostai l^r& TRIPP.ET M Itfiww COLUMBIA FALL^VONT. I)|aD|htinir and Irrigation Work a Specially, B, GRANT. W. K. TKIPPET To Randle a Vicious Hoc. An easy way for one man to handle, a large, vicious bog Is by means of n. flve-elgbtbs Inch rope, ten feet long, says a writer In Indiana Farmer. Cut off three feet and tie a loop W Bach. , end, aa shown In thp- cut Now tie . tb^ remaining seven feet to the center of the short rope midway between the loops. Pass the loops over hind feet of bog; then draw long >fope. between front feet and over nose, then back agai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 April 1907

lltaiCl OAYLORD amj-P’fn&aj Gfuippoti JGtpoJ ia 3>tath»ad County ? iF - SF ir^ 9r tr tr % [MILLER * LEWIS Proprietors • - Colombia falls 'riryr 'ecialties: ©took Food!®, F* onltry Food, Lice Killers, Etc - Formaldehyde Gruaranteed 40 perot. 101 NIL / Having decided to discontinue the Hardware Business in 6olumH.a Falls, we avail ourselves o/ this opportunity to thank t our many friends for their liberal patronage during the last four years, and to announce that from, and after this date we offer our entirt stock of goods at actual COST.' WHOLESALE PRICES WITH ONLY FREIGHT ADDED. REMEMBER: This is not a sale of the frazzled end of an old shelf-worn and depleted stock. Our stock-consists of only first class, new and up-to-date gpods in every department, and cannot be replaced in the market today at what they cost us. Beginning March 22nd, we will BELL A T COST vntil closed out. Don’t miss this chance to buy first class goods cheaper than you ever bought them bef...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 April 1907

e Blood ft: it' yoo take flood’s Sarsaparilla. medicine cures those eruptions, and boUs that _appear at all seasons; sores, salt rheum or eczema; i itself equally well to,' and also cures, dysand all stomach troubles; cures rheuand catarrh; cures nerVous troubles, and that tired feeling. .jbs—For those who prefer mullein* In t*biood’s Sarsaparilla Is now put up in ehoeo- eaUed Sarsataba. aa well aa In the usual - C -h2 aS5fh5i - do uid >o lUthi hoalth w> Sarsatabs have Idcntleally tho same much to do and so little h< «rtle« as the liquid form, besides acen- eooTenience. economy,-no loas by crap- iSoea S«r*i .S” 0 * 10 ' Vt.. farm, so or lealrace. Dnunrlsta or promptly L Hood Co.. Lowell. Mas*. w ag^uamrel Guaranteed under tho Food and Drugs Act, June 30, 1906. No. 824. MAKEEVEKYDAY .afford to be without a TOWERS WATERPROOF OILED SUIT ..OR SLICKER. 'KSfKfiS' , SIGN OF THE FISH l^yl } — ajmete cueoameuta ' mcO.T* TOUMTOOM For Baby*y Bath: for Baby's Cl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 April 1907

Slotl CopJe* 10c. Satocription Price S2J* per Veir. ** •; MEXICO m SHOOK FEAIFUL EAKTBQUAKE Sl)N-DAY-LASTTD FOUR MINUTES. People Fled From Their Houeee Into Street*—No Death* Reported—Huse ^ Crack* In Buslnes* Streets Ten Yard* Long—Electric Light* Put Out—Other Town* Get a Touch. yl Gltr Of Hexkio, April IB.—An earthquake lasting four and a half minutes startled In this city Sunday nfcht The earth rocked In a long, swinging motion, terrifying the inhabitanta, but doing no damage so {gr as can be learned at thl* city. Clocks stopped at 11:34 (Mexican time) and the perceptible motion of the earth ceased at 11:38 1-2. Telegraph wires were put out of commission and for a shert time the city was In darkness, owing to the failure of tne electric lights. The asphalt on one of the principal business streets of the city was cracked open for a distance of 10 yards. - -?**•. People fled from their houses Into the streets. / At the police stations n<0 deaths had been reported up to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 April 1907

— jinj ;l ! |1| The Columbian. TvsutKtD Errar SATtmDAT. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. tJNrrro Rtatk* r.mn Orrici. K*uaPHLU Mont., April 17. 1W7._ l»lc linrts | Jot,' Of CO Conntr. Montjui*. hM fllwi ilnUce' ol bli Intention to make tlnul five-year proof In ■unport of bU claim, t!i : nonusteniljlntry No. 1751 made August 10, 1905. ft)r the »e><, ucctlou M, townshipS2. north range 20 went. Lot 4, acction 81. townablp 82 north, range 19 west, and Lots2 andgraectlon l, township 81 north, rangn-SO weal, and that ■aid proof will be made before the KeglBter and Tver, at KaUepell, Montana, on May 29th, Tie names the' following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation Of said land, via: J. K. Pottrr, J. P. Oensman, A. N. Smith and John Dderon, all of Columbia Palls, Mont. Atrparw w. swasKv, iteglster. first publication Anr.20.190» QRANT & .TKIPPET M him:COLUMBIA FALLS. WONT. SuD(hU<tg «nd . Irrigntion Work » Specialty.. Hi GRAN* ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 April 1907

-m U.UWJMJM-J—BUi* \ ... ; ' ' 4 n ^’JWO' * ' .4 hotel Gaylord— I I ' ! !'|! MfPrr^:, iirlh'j;:: itv J8<r*t and &n»si 6quipped Jtoaol in Jlaiftead County # tr' r* r* Sp ^ .MILLER £* LEWI8 Proprietors - ^ Colombia falls We have purchased Hutchinoon Bros/ Stock of Fishing Tackle and now have the Most Complete' Line ever brought to Columbia Falls. Use Sjfof 8 line flienlMers of ^Fishing Tackl^ that's Fit for Fishing." TO 1 PINK, Having decided to discontinue the Hardware Busincss.in Columbia Falls, we avail ourselves of. this opportunity to thank our many friends for thcir liberal patrondge during thelast four years, and to announce that from and after this date we offer our entire stock of goods at actual COST. WHOLESALE BRICES WITH ONLY FREIGHT ADDED. REMEMBER : This is not a sale of the frazzled end of an old shelf-worn and depleted stock. Our stock consists of only first class, new and up-to-date goods in every department, and cannot be replaced in the inarke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 April 1907

Medibine ... best is Hood’s Sarsaparilla. It best because it does the most good., fhile it makes the blood pure, fresh lively, it tones the stomach to betdigestion, creates an appetite, stimuthe kidneys and liver, gives new nerve and digestive strength. ’ u An unequaled list of cures—40,366 testimonials in two years —proves its merit 3 prefer "t Is now put np uj nquiu "'aJi^.'u*h«reT ,HIM eoreUre jropertlo* u the hr^rei.-r™ GX'AEAKTK*r> under the Food and Drugs Act, Jane 30, 1906. No. 324, NORTHWEST NEWS. Mrs. Sarah Kenedy, one of the Palouse country's pioneer Airoacn, died at the home of her son. W. C. Kenedy, of senile decay. It was an unusual coincidence that death came on the 88th anniversary of her birth. > Many of the.most extensive wheat growers In the Walla Walla valley who have experienced heavy losses by the freealng out of their fall wheat during the past few years have about decided to drop bluestem as a fall wheat and adopt a more hardy variety. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 April 1907

Sing! Copies 10c. Subscription Price $2.50 per Yenr. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. APBIL 27,1907 YOL.IT. NO. 41 NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT DISPATCHES FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happening* In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical) Political and Personal Events. . 'Thirteen Inches of snow fell In Denver Saturday. Six Inches of snow fell at Pueblo. The Drovers’ and Farmers' bank of Seymore, Iowa, has closed Its doors and Is In the hands of a state bank receiver. Robbers dynamited the safe of the Farmers’ & Merchants’ bank at Blxbee, L T., securing several thousand dollars, and escaped. The heirs of the late Father Marcello Massanrentl have brought suit against the pope at Rome for a portion of the dead man's estate. The news of the arrest of Enrico Alfano In New Tork has caused a sensation at Naples. Italy, where he was looked upon as a demigod. The committee appointed to investigate the lumber conditions In the Canadian west, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 April 1907

I Orries a Fnll Line of Everything Pertaining to the Trade. Preparing Bodies For Shipment A Specialty. Telephone 20 KALISPELL. MONT340 ^fain Street. The Columbi Publuhsd Ev«bt Saturday. n. F. tAECGER, Editor and Owner. RATES: •onscRiPTioN—$2.00 per year in advance “Entered Feb.'2. 190(5, at Columbia Falla, Mont., as second class matter,'’ under Act of Congres* of March 3rd. 1B70.” , m m The return of 2 3 GRANT & TEIPPET Cifil COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. Draughting and Irrigation Work a Specialty. H. B. GRANT ' W. K. TRIPPET MAGAZINE READERS SUNSET MASAZnC beautifully illuanted.good lionet *1 Cft and aiticUa about Calilorma vl.JU and all (he far WaaL a yaaa TOWN AND COUNTNY JOURNAL to.50 Wot a year HOAD OF A THOUSAND WONDERS a book of 75 paaea, containing 120 colored photograpbtea ♦QJS pidumque tpolj m California ‘ “ dOB,,0,, • Total . . . $2.75 ABfcf.. $1.50 Cut out thia adrcTtiicmcnl and tend with $1 AO to SUNSET MAGAZINE JAMES FLOOD BLDG.. SAN FRANCISCO THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 April 1907

- J ’•I- HOTEL GAYLORD mi gh mi S Cquipped JfCoooJ in ffatAteii Comity # "r^ 9T ^ It' IF % [MILLER £• LEWIS Proprietors - Colombia fall* ^ fM ME We have purchased Hutchinoon Bros/ Stock of Fishing Tackle and how have the Most Complete Line ever brought to Colum- bia Falls. Use Af)&ef 8 line riies==!Mers of “Fishing Tackle that's Fit for Fishing." Closing Out Sale! Yon can buy Hardware At Cost Hiitdison liras. I. O. O. F. BUILDING OUR TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. ARE IN. “Doc” Smith is here end will speed the summer at his homestead. Hutchinson Bros, are closing out st cost. They are not going anywhere. New field and garden seeds at Hutch* inson Bros, at cost. Don’t forget. J. A. Tillett the dentist, came over from Wbitefjsh Sunday and visited with friends. Mias Marv Lino of Whitefiah, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Grist this week. The general stores will close evenings at six o’clock after May 1. Saturday evenings excepted. Get yoor stationery printed The Columbi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 April 1907

Your Blood 7eeds purifying and your whole system renovating in the pring, as pimples, boils, eruptions, loss of appetite and that tired feeling annually prove. _ Hood’s Sarsaparilla is the most effective medicine ever devised for the complete purification of the blood and the complete renovation of the whole system. It will make you feel better, look better, eat and sleep better and give you the best possible preparation for the hot days of summer, as over 40,000 people have testified in the last two years. Today buy and begin to take Hood’s Sarsaparilla "Canal form, liquid, or in tablet form, called Sarsatabs, 100 Doses $1. QuARAirrsKD under the Food and Drug* Act, Jane 30, 1906. No. 324. AWFUL FAMINE IN RUSSIA. Nearly Twenty Million Pereone Are In Need of Food. Writing from the Russian district, Dr. Kenpard, sent by the Society of Friends to Investigate tfons, draws an appalling picture of the sqffering. He says: /‘This is the worst famine Russia 'has known. No less than 20,000.00...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 May 1907

Slogt Copies 10c. Subscription Price $2 JO per Venr. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. MAY 4,1907. VOL. IV. NO. 42. news of the wamn SHORT DISPATCHES FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of ^tappenlngs In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week4-Natlonal, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Warrants are out in Paris for the arrest of the 21 signatories of the recent antlmilltarism manifesto, but only seven of them' have been captured. John D. Rockefeller has deeded to the University or Chicago a tract of land consisting of 10 city blocks valued at 12,000,000. The tract extends from Cottage Qrove'avenue to Madison avenue, In Chicago. E. O. Russell, executive agent of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway, committed suicide at Port Simpson recent- ly. On account of 111 health, David S. W. Wilcox, who recently resigned the presidency of the Delaware & Hudson railroad. Is said to-ha?& shot himself while on' board the steamship Barborossa near New York....

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

Games v a 'Full Line of Ereo thiiig Pertaining tp the Trade. paring Bodies For Shipment A Specialty. Telephone 20 JLAXJSPELL. MONT340 Main Street. 11. mm [pan id kpl (ohitia fafc tWIau The Coltxmbian. Published Evbbt Satusday. MAGAZINE READERS «ad «8 Am iar Wat. • jmt wn and coujmrr joumul Wat • yai ';*<*- CaUoraw ADfe*;;: I * ' r Ca aB tkk riratfCTMl '■aA aaA wirii $130 to SUNSET MAGAZINE 'iiafef tFinob wnc.. san rRANasco THF ORIGINAL mm GOUGH SYRUP BEE'S L A X AT I V E HM CON TAIN I MG HQNEMAR 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE tific American. H. W. LAHCOKR, Kdltor.ud Owner. MjtTKSl •bbicjuition—$J.OO par year in sdvsncu Entered Feb. 2,1005, at Colnmbis Falls, Mont., as second class matter, under Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1870.” / 8ATDRDAY. May 4 loot. ‘GRANT & TRIPPEJT Ciiil Engiiiin COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. UraaghtioR and Irrigation Work a Specially. * ? H. B. GRANT W. K. TRIPPET In an opinion handed down by Attorney General Galen to County Attorney Durfee of Granite c...

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