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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 6 March 1884

p-i-Bic yLI. _No. 31. Maiden and Maginnis, Thursday,_March 6, 188% Price_10 Cents )1.ID)EN. TI IfiIHS1)AY, Meh. ti, 1?&SL lr ist.Isiil) EVERY TH1IIDPAY IJY FELL & VROOMAN. Entered at Maiden P. 0. as Second Class matter. Professional Cards. Attorney at Law, 4ai)e fji pposite Min'ral Argus Office, L.ganl Bl1auk' and ('on vavnc~es :LtItended to (Ion Short Oicee. Notary Public, OFFJCE AT RUSTLE, M. T. IA'gal I3lanks" and Conga}yantes filled out aud attCend(e(I to in Short Notige. Ap . IT ATCH, Attorney-at-Law . lHITIE SI I PHER SPIRINGS, It. T. H. P. ROLFE, Attorney at Law, I .S DDeputA Mineral Sun0ror. Mining Pre-emiptioas and all Land (.Iainii. attendlP(1 to. BENTON. MONTANA. W. T. McFARLAND, U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR ! (Of'irt-Next door to .vineral Argus, MAIDEN, - MONTANA. 1'iti attend to all matter, connected with the Land ()trice or the Public Surw ys. MAX. WATERMAN. I1. G. 1CINTIJlE. ATVE'I'RMAN & McINTIRE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Ti, BENTON. 3L T. Will attezd to all hb...

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. — 6 March 1884

the gineral grg FELL & VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA More than 4,500 bills. mosTly oT a pill rate nature; have een ietiodu'ad iate 3to house. Less than 2u0 hay- been acted on by committees and reported tc he house. The fate of a vast majority an he easily guessed. They will go to :ho tomb, luiwept, unhonoreid and uli song. The shame of s)o much I uncombe lusimt ss rests upon reprtsentatives and their gullible constituents. The terrible floods now devastating the river valleys below, are attributed in a great Ine.sure to cutting down the forests adjacent to the river banks. There is no diferenee of opinion on this point. Had a reasonable area of forests blrn allowed to remain all the .no w of a winter would not have been iaieH.d by a few rainy or sunny days and precipitated into a coimimon reser voir iisuilicitet to retain it within its banks. The value of imports of silk goods in 1883 was ,:2,:05,236, of which ::8,1410. 227 was during the last half of the year under...

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. — 6 March 1884

'HE PITH OF THE EWS. Washington GoSsip. 0 'fti Dakota. 11ght is warming up in Washing- r ttiovernment is to give $300,000 for the Ohio 1;" ]tlake'v of St. Paul, and c. W. Smith of Mjiiltinpolts, are registe~red at the Ebbitt, 1ý 1shjngtofl. IF. C. Waite of St. ('loud, Minn., is at the l I;bbit house, Washingtou, on jAie way to Flori 1a and New Oricans. The Wiliatt has withdrawn the nomina tion of William II. Hobbe as receiver of publio t mone at ''aylor's Falls, Minn. lt M. McLarefn, chairman, ann Mark D. Flie, r secretary of the Minnesota Republican htati committee.are in Washington. Jilames S. gta e resint of the Na tinta 1 uiior. tc~lgne a c i l~eda int ional coul Ci eeit at Walhingtont on Mareh e,. iltif p xgineer Melville, of the .Jeaninette, is jiWashingtfont.lvingb"un seut for by the see rtarY of wea( to assist in the preparations for tre nw ("reely relief expedition. e, resi1 ut has directed the promotion of bielt Rhodes, of the revenue cutter Dexter, fur gllant conidniet o(...

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. — 6 March 1884

MA:IDEN, TIIriItý1)1Y. Mch.G." 1 Sl PlBLI3IlD J:VERY THURSD B-I) Y I FELL & VROOMAN. TERMS OF SUBISCRIPION : &ix months......................... .......... One Year................ ............. ADVERTISING RATES: 1 inch, one insertion..................... 00 I " " m onth .................. -................ .. w on .... ........... .............. Special rates given on large space and standing advertihments. Local notices 1" .ents pe'r line, Officers of Meaher County. J. E. xurra. ................... I'roate luige J. F. McClintock .......... ...................:...Treasurer I.. Rotwett...............................ek and Recorder WV. D. ('aun.-rn ..................................hieriff misa Alice Nichols ..................Supt. ..z Xchrools UNDER AND DEPUTY 5HEITItFF. E. A. Keys, Under Sheriff, White Sulphlr Springs Pan Crowley, Deputy Sheriff................... Reedstort Henry Willson. Deputy Sheritf...................IBarker iol. Reed, Deputy Sheriff, White Stlpher Shr...

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. — 6 March 1884

MAIDEN LODGE. No. 18. A. 0. U. W. STAGE LINES. JI',NTt(o; CITY ,1t(.E JANE. Vn'sle Mit& k coIr~ t.t n. I., m' 'W. & F. . ýer and departs trozit Jade on correspondintg s hour. 4dENTO~ SOt TIERN STAGE LINE. 'tlaaeiA k.,nil n 1 taW&F. ArrivtA+ a~t Fort adBenton. neta 't jet.LIe'0 1 E T~ STAGE t.INE. Wrtter Bturkte, eu t1. T. C*' t'ow~rrs. Pro'pr. re 17 "w. TF. 'P S8. Arrives at Iteui on '. fi ti.Cnnetu atet for stage to 3taiden, Ft. LOCAL NEWS. Wolfe is "beefing" about the scarcity of beef. The Collar boarding bouse is .being repaired. Aik dHarry what he knows about j Kinder pficgcn. C. J. McNamflira has gone on a busi neh' trip to Rocky Point: Tbhas. Willian$ and Frank Stilson are preparing to go to the Cruir d'Alenes. Pott & Hayden are still working their placer grounds, with very rstisfav tory results. Work is being prosecuted on the Miont.lna, Kentucky Fav('rite aitid Spot t-d Horse. Wild ducks are numer(;iM over on Spring creek. The peinilty is inopera tive now; ba...

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. — 6 March 1884

PROCEEDINGS OF C0OGRESS. Monday, February 11. :,i;. r}.---tioon after the senate met thi morniin.. I. ;; .Len of Ohio aros. to pelfort the Ca. i.b-t and n," of the most h1roie acts n his lif-, .1 ni that wais to present the crehential of I. -er, r . Payne, resent! cle, to t 'I r. I'r tndlkto is sat by the Ohio j telitnie. 11. dol it vsbout finichting. Hills ir . rosini , ir a sutrvev of passe hutw-', ti fhaitr of ih. upper Mi-.~sxipp and ('iiiili r v. r- t * ai-.rtit. the il-tanci heirs , 1.:" nuaispale moo;trn of those rivers iuthori, it;t i.t avd car iage or railroa, ried^; t r,), :a. rit r at Nt Paul (:1r. McMil lat); aitl'it i ' ii t" l:. a eippi river con nois :,oll to .p m r b I c'nl awl unatr-rial r,"puirail forit-iwa.. T. i a l sii-iteinrintirinif.1loAr won in ::tera tihe full t nat of scyvent., on years for ttheir piit a- ii :- i n t. e fo:rigiijat-tt (expire I.!:*or' tb 0 tint' Tho st'natte vot.'d to reced." frain '- .1; -t 1" the tirieely relief ix pabbn 1,il. Thy rI - in...

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. — 6 March 1884

A HiUNTER'S STORY. How he was Overcome and the Way by Which he was Finally Saved. Torrespondenos Spirit of the Times. An unusual adventure which recently ,ccurred to your correspondent while iuuting at Brookmere in this state is so .inely and contains so much that can be made valuable to all readers, that I von tire to reproduce it entire: The day was a most inclement one and the snow qnite deep. Rabbit tracks were plentiful, but they princinally led n the direction of a large swamp, in which the rabbits could run without dif ficulty, but where the hunter constantly .roke thron.zh the thin ice, sinking into the half-frozen mire to his knees. Not ithstanding these difficulties, the writ ,r bad perserved, although a very small h of gatm was the result. Whie ramnping about through a particularly nalarial portion of the swamp, a middle g man suddenly came into view, car rvmns a nuzzle loading shot gun and com pletly loaded down with gone of the fluest deticription. Natural curiosity, .1...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 6 March 1884

S-EF DIP. The dance l:a a TIhe "sanr.-l" 'cow iert that followedl capped the climax. Chandler got there in great shape. Mo did Cook. We did not hear from (jerde. The "governor" glided over the floor like a gazelle. Swope was as shy as an antelope. Fergus, junior, seemed a little bashful. Fergus, senior, was thinking about the band-sheep hand, of course. Sample was too far from honnw. IHe was afraid the Judith had overflown its banks. The sheep editor "took the cake" likewise three cups of coffee. Nelsou "moved" all present, by his songs-we might add, in great haste. Dick-- danced the "what is it" to the amusement of the crowd. Wolfe-a name somewhat familiar to sheep men-sang "Under the Daisies" so pathetically that every man present crawled under a chair. Higley gave us a song way up in the Asia Minor key, accompanied by the catarrh-we mmi<an guitar. Harry gave us a rollicking song that would have been appropriate for a Vt. Patrick's day celebration, and as long as the wait betwe...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 20 March 1884

Vol.I. No33_ ____i and Magmnis, Thursday, Marc 20, 1884. Price t Vol. I. No. 331 .. Maiden and Magni,--Thurday,--March-20,-1884. Price l0 cents 31A11)EN. 'TlI'1SDAY, 1hch. °0, 1884. I'Cls[b, 15VEVRY THURSDAY BY FELL & VROOMAN. itered at Maiden P. 0. as Second Class matter. Professional Cards. T.  r'' UDELL, Attorney at Law, ffice opposite Mineral Argus Otfice. ILgal Blanks and Convayances attended to on Short Notice. F. C. DWINELLE, Notary Public, OFFICE AT RUSTLE, M. T. Legal Blanks and Convayances filled out and attended to in Short Notice. A. G. HATCH, Attorney-at-Law WHITE SUI.PHER SPRINGS, M. T. H. P. ROLFE, Attorney at Law, S.S. Depu'l Mineral Sirlveyor. "liining PIre-eiptions and all Land Cluilns attended to. BENTON. MONTANA. W. T. McFARLAND, U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR! OFFICE-Next door to Mineral Argue, MAIDEN, - MONTANA. . "Wil'latteuid to all matters connected with the Land * ,,*ý)iOt e ar the Plublic Siarveys. MAX.-WATERMA. . " 11. G. MCINTIRE. WATERMAN & MclN...

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. — 20 March 1884

Uhe Iinstal grgs. FELL & VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - MONTA'NA. The floods of the Ohio and tributaries are rapidly .ubsiding. A full realiza tion of the damage is said tohe apalling while the fear of future experiences of lthe same sort operates as a disecur agement to any effort. Companies for cremation of the dead have been organized in Eastern and Southern cities, and spots selected for the erections of furnaces. This dispo sition of the remains of the dead wma somewhat revolting at first to relatives and friends, but timeis gradually wear ing away objections, and cremation may eventnally come into general practice. Stranger things have happened in thi: world. The listis of failures are growingg short or and tile sigºs of implrove'ment in bus inc,.s are.becominrg imre friquent. Con tidence is being restored, and that means better times. Nobody expects a revival of speculative boom's but the out.: ,k for legitimate lbusi:,ss. is much bettei than for mouths past, This is es...

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. — 20 March 1884

Personal ParagrsphS. The Marquis of Lansdowne, the new lovenor General of Canada, is just the ,hpe and size of Jay Gould. He is ,uly about 35 years of age, but the top 'f his head is bald. which makes hinl look older than he really is. He is a nobby dresser. The truf scandals grow thicker in :ngland. Charles Wood, one of the foremost jockeys, although he has re ciovod his license again, will not get I.ny mounts, for C he a become a doubt ful character. Even Archer is looked upIn with suspicion. It is his case that P-lunnger" Walton means when he says that "those fellers" had letter leave him alone or he will nakal it extremely unpleasant for them. A suit begat, by Lady Stamford against Sir Frederick Jonston and Lord Arlington was based on an allegation of truf frauds, also in s,olving the Prince of Walton. Thirty years ago a peddler made his appearance in Pittsburg under *he name of John Foley. HIe was in,lns trious, but seemingly poor. He died about a year ago at the age of eight...

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. — 20 March 1884

te gCin era grs. MAIDEN, THURSDAY, Ich. f1), 186& PCBLISIHED L'ERY THUlRSDAY lY FLL & VROOMAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPION : li aemth e .................................................... ; * 00 Se ar ................ . ................ .. ............ 3.50 ADVERTISING RATES: Sinach, one insertion....... ............ 1.00 I .. "* month ....... . ...................... 3.00 ......15.00 1 six . " ................ ................. ... 10.00 1 one year ......................................24.00 Special rates given on large space and standing advertisements. Local notices 15 cents per lime. Officers of Mesher County. J. E.. xurray ............... .................. Probate Judge J. F. teCUntock .................................. Treasurer L. Rotwett .............................Clerk and Recorder W. D. Cameron .......................... ...... .....Sheri Miss Alice Nichols ...................Supt. of Schools rtIDER .AND DEPtTY 8HERIDFI. E. A. Keys, Under Sheriff, White Sulpher Sprin...

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. — 20 March 1884

MAIDEN LOKaE, Ne. 18, A. 0. U. W. IEETS EVZRY FRIDAY EVENING. ?. X. W~. A. Tuoisotw , R. STAGE LINES. Jm CiONw CfY aTA.E LINE. eil, Miner rietnr L, P. Wiliams, "t..- .-,r " ,f. C. 6..a m.. ,W.& F., a.a an d deapadts fM Maiden on correspondlng da and hour. BES-TON SOUTHERN STAGE LINF. nder e-'ll aind Ft. Mal nniA R atet. Lwe.e ' _a.le 7 a. m M. W. F. Ati at Fort y air at p? . in.. T. T. & S. Connects at tbet ftey stage w !llngs and Benton. fILLINGS DE BENTON STAGE LINE. WCier Burke 't C. Powers, Pro'pr. jfeese B. a'. :. 8.Awi at Benton T. T AF. Connects at Ubet for stag to laiden, Ft. tKiahi and Mattindal. LOCAL NEWS. rlr. Bair Smith's wife, at the cross ing of Beaver creek, has been ill but is rapidly improving. Sing Lee says: "Me no more washoe, ,nc ,aw woodec." It's evident Sing is not afraid of work. Reid's celebrated and popular seeds, of every variety, for sale at L. Belan ger's, at states prices. When you have business at White aulphur Springs, call at "The Saratoga...

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. — 20 March 1884

WIDOWS OF ALL 80TS. neir OGeneral Character sad oentric ities ia Partioular. Srtom the Cincinnati Enquirer. Young ladies are jealous of her and -ay, "that horrid widow. I suppose ,he is setting her cap for another hus hand. Why, think of it, Tom hasn't I'en dead three months, and I do de .lare I saw her smile at Mr. Podkins." Yet she has a faculty of succeeding. nud whether from experience, which is the best teacher - and she has general ly been an apt pupil-she has her pick of the beaus, and if the late lamented left a snug remembrance in the form of bank stock or houses and lots, and not too many pledges of affection, she is by no means a drug on the market. but has the pick of the season. A woman often marries the first time to please somexbody else. Her parents, perhaps, or some unaccountable whim which she cannot explain. A widow marries to please herself. She knows the little subterfuges of coquetry-the tiny nothings comprised in the glance of an eye or squeeze of the hand; 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. — 20 March 1884

A OTIIZ, ' ]Z GXZOJN. - egnOea3'U oest tUU1te of/ BS Slightly built, somewhat below the • erage height, Gen. Gordon's most re- a markable characteristic at firstaight is a 1 childlike simplicity of manners, says the v pall Mall Gazette. Notwithstanding a his 50 years, his face is almostboyish in b its youthfulness, his step is as light and his movements as lithe as the leopard. t Although he is still excitable and ve hement, those who know him best say i tilet he has under much firmer a control those volcanic fire which blazed out with fiercest fury in his younger days; as, for instance, when he hunted Li Hung Chang, re iolver in hand, from house to house day after day, in order to slay the man She had dishonored and massacred the a priscmere whom he had pledged his word to save. But there is that in his face at times, even now, that contrastq strangely with the sweetness of his smile, or the radiance which lights up his face when discoursing on his favor to author and the choice t...

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. — 20 March 1884

MONTAN.1 NEWS A. K. Yerkes, of the Bozeman Chronicle, thinks of removing to Port land, Oregon. Blen Perkins, of Rocky Gap, says that Sanu. Oeti has only 500 sheep left out of his herd of 2,600.-Sun River Sun. We undertand that the Hon. Fred crick Billings will break a large quan tity of his farm in this valley this spring and put it under cultivation.- Billings Herald. Vice-President Oakes denies the re port that he is about to sever his con nection with the Northern Pacific, and it is fortunate for the road that he can do so. The Marquis de Mores just con tracted with Altman, of Fulton market, New York, for three car loads of Mon tana dressed beef per day, to be delivered as soon as the equipment is complete. Geo. V. Sims, who has long been the private secretary of vice-president Oakes, of the Northern Pacific, has been appointed general agent of the road in Europe. His present trip to the west end is to familiarize himself with the Northern Pacific country.- I Enterprise. The stoc...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 27 March 1884

o I. No. 34. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, March 27, 1884. Price 10 Cents , ,ISIEI) EVERY TIt'IL'..)AY BY FELL & VROOMAN. Ester at Maiden P. 0. as Second Class matter. Professional Cards. T. 'RUl)ELL. Attorney at Law, Offce opposite Minetral Argues ()Utlie. IAgal Blanks anld (onvayancces attentleil to on Short N ,ti4Q. F. .)\INELE, Notary Public, OFFICE AT RUSTLE, M. T. i 1gal Blanks and (onvayances lilledt out and attended to in Short Notice. W. T. McFARLAND, U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR! Orr c¢-Next door to tiineral Argus. MAIDEN, MONTANA. Will attend to all matters conlnef(te with the L«uIl (ttii(c or the Publi) :.urvey. )AX.. . ATElMAN. l. t. C I . WATERMAN & .1LINIRKE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW FT. BHENT'lON, 1. T. Will attend to all Ilu.inej'. intrutttl to our care fromn Maite ( ,ntl vicinity. A. * '" ' Notary Public. tonvevyancatg. Lcegal blank. of all kitd filll out and a.cknlowh dgcd. OPTrs AT MONTAVA tNIMn. ?AII,EN. I: T. Hamilton & Witherall, DI\LERI IN Win...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 27 March 1884

FEi!LL & VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. There are frequent gatherings of fam ilies in tbis country, incited by the old but thoruughly exploded story of untold millions being in the bank of England for forgotten heirs in America. The governors of the bank have repeatedly asserted that the money is not there. The decline of stock of all sorts this season is estimated at 1,08,673,000. This does not mean that the properties re presented 'by the stocks are worth a cent less'han before, only are quoted at less, owlw'g to a lighter demand for such properties. In most instances if the holders at high prices can affhrd to hold on, they will ultimately suffer no loss. There are over 5,000,000 children of school age inl the United States who are not under instruction, and the "il literates" in the whole country number 6,752,000. But it must always be re membered that many "illiterates" are not ignorant nor vicious, swhile the let tered are often found to be extremely ignorant ...

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 March 1884

A PRE-HISTORIC RACLE. Tne Ancient Reindeer Hunters in the Valleys of the Dolaware, the Thames and the Seine-bcenes that May Have Been Witnessed Where Lon don and Paris Now Stand. From the North American Review. Who were the earliest inhabitants of America, and when did they live? are questions which have generally been ap proached solely from thu point of view offered by discoveries in the United states, and, until within the last three or four years, have been discussed only on the slender basis of the Calavera. skull and the implements found in gold mining in Calif'rnia. In the following essay I propose to deal with them as portions of one great problem common to the Old and new Worlds, and to show that the first traces of man, as yet discovered, prove him to have lived in the same low stage of culture on both sides of the Atlantic, at a time when the hands of the geological clock pointed to the same hour over the greater part of the world. The story of early man in America is a p...

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. — 27 March 1884

rN:, T llt II' )AY. Mcl. 27, 1684 "UBrIJ1IEI i VER1Y TilIutRSAY 1Y jELL & VROOMAN. TERMS (O SUB('CIIPION : dix months .............................................. 2.00 O ne Y ear....................................................... 3.50 ADVERTISING RATES: 1 inch, one insertion................................ 1.00 1 six m onth ......................................... 3.001 .,.......................15.00E. 1 one year ................. ........... 2400 Special rat.2s given on larbe space and standing advertisepIpts. LqcI notices 15 cents per line. Offic'rs of Meaher Counlohaty 'ydge J. E. Murray .................................... Probate udge J. F. MeCliltock ....................................Treasurer J.. Rotwett .......................Clerk and Recorder WV. D. Cameron ... ....................... Shriff Miss Alice Nichols ...... ... ...Supt. of Schools UNDER ANP DEPUTY SHERIFFS. E. A. Keys, Under Sheriff, W'hite Suipher Springs Dan Crowley, Deputy Sheriff ..................

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