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Buffalo Bulletin, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1905, Buffalo, Wyoming THE BUFFALO BULLETIN THE BULLETIN IS THE ONLY REPUBLICAN PAPER IN JOHNSON COUNTY. VOLUME 15 BUFFALO, JOHNSON COUNTY, WYOMING THUWDAY. AtUllSI 81, M MI'HI Ml 5 J The Universally Popular Brands of 5 Floar AND "BUFFALO" are for sale by tlie Co.? Electric Lights, Fixtures and Installation. z. T. STOCKS UNDERTAKER AN13 SKILLRD RMBALiMRR A full line of Caskets, Burial Robes and Under- taker's Supplies of all kinds. Elegant Hearses, for both adults and children s funeralc. Every modern convenience for conduct- ing funerals, including the new lowering device, and the church truck. Enbalming done by the most appoved methods. Experienced Funeral Director. NO 70 BUFFALO. Mfalo Lnmber Co. FEAE SMITH, Manager. We shall carry a Ml line of Lumber, Lime, Cement, Fencing Posts, And Everything Found In an Dp-to date Yard. Give Us a Can w6 save You Money. ALVIN BENNETT ittorney-at-Law, BUFFALO, i i WYOMING. Complete plats of Government land constunilj kept on hand Limd wcript for nale, tltlo with rosp-jnalblo attorney nt W iwh loffUin, D C who luok after mntlerB before the Commissioner of the Gen- eral Land Office C CUM C BLflKE. ATTORHEYS AT LAW Gpnota! practice In Johnson County the Tonrth luilii ml DKtrkt tx f( re the C is Land Olllcc nnd partmcnf bhtntlin rtlcohone W VHOCDAS D. BEBB. Attorney at Law. BUFFALO WYOMING DR. w. e. OWBN. DENTIST. BUFFALO. WYOT5INS. 3 H Lorr O D MkLURUM DRS. LOTT ud IELDRDI bysiciam u WYO PR. W. E. GOSSETT, BUFFALO. WYOMING. OfHce In Myors Cftttt pfompllr uniH-crei) nl! Patrons In the Country muet secure Tranapoflatlon. SUMMIT HOTEL. L T STOCKS, Proprietor, Electric Lights and Other Modern Conveniences. Rooms and Beds Neat and Clean. Exquisite Service In the pining Room. PHONE NO 70. BUFFALO. I-nnd, A, t JUIIF 1, 18TB Notice for I'uhltcatloo. United Stoles Line) Offlcc, Buffalo, Wyoming, July 24, 11K10 Notlie IB hereby that in compliance the tnioa8 uf the uul uf Conuieng of June 3, 1878, ontltloil "An act for sale of timber lands In the States of Call tjoraia, Oregon, and Washing- ton irn exundud to nil th Public Land StnteR hj dt-t of Auirudl, 4, J892, Hattlo Mi Denuol, of Caspiir Lountv of Natronn Stntfi of WjominK, haa this da) filed in UneulHcO hei sworn Blutement No 4.11 for tht, purchnse of the swi, of Set No 20 In fp No V N K 80 west, and wilj offi r pi oof to show that Lbc land fcouyht is more vnluahh for Its timber or slum than for ag' tural put poses, nuti tu establish her claim to said land foro 'he HogSbtei and Receiver of thit> titllce at Uuffalo, on tht 5tb daj ul lobtr, 1H05 blit, nitiuoB RK< James H Iloush, I Housh Britr, und Murdo Mcljood all of Casper, Wjoming all per sons clafcuJng" tht abotedi fairlbed InndH rcqueBii d to tile tin ir clajnin tn this ofUci nn or befoie nuid 5th daj of I W D iber Acl Jane A Notice for I'uttllcatlan United States Lind Office, H iffiilo. Wxomfnf, Julv J4 J90j Notice m herebv (fiven that in compliance witb the provisions o( the M l of Cong ress of June 3, 187S, entitled An act for the sale of limhpr lands, iu of Oregon Nevada, nnd ington Torriiorj exttnded to all the Public Land Stales hj au of Aug- ust 4 1892 Pted L .Newton, of uounU of Johnson s lute of Wyoming h is thin das filed m Uiibndice hit- sworn slateioeni 42] for the puribbae of the pt i titl noj SSL 11, and wi swj of Set lion No V2. in Township No 4i Norih Range No 80 weAi, and will offer proof to show that the land sought is valuable its timber or utone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to laod before Register and Receiver at fiuffalo, Wj oming on Fridav the 22nd of Stptem bo r, 1905 He names as witness George Opel and Km ma Newton, of JtCajcee and Charles Bureer und of Buffalo, Wyoming Anj and all peiMDng claiming adverse Iy the above dtncnbed lands me rp quested to file their claims in this office on or hcforo said 22nd day of September, 1905 F W DANIELS, Register Timber Innd, Act Jane 3, IHT8. Notice for Publication. United States Land Offics Buffalo, July 18, 1905 Noiu-e is hereby giveu tbat ID compliaoce with the provisions of the act of Coogtess of June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale oT timber lands in thy i inglon as extended to all i Intfton as extendi I in ull tha Public Ijind States by t f AUK Ubt 4, Chailes H Marken of Huf falo, countv of Johnson, utatts i if ming, ban tble day filed inlhl-MifTW hfb worn Btateracnt No 454, foi it< pui chase of the si s Sw1 26, a Section "iti Township 48 N west, and will otfet proof the liind Pought IB U b4 that Its timber or SCODP than fm tural pnrpOHPH und lo estnli hU Uafm to HHid laud hofnre K and UpiHhfi at Buffalo, Wvn i-ir on Tuesdav the 7th WIH of n omlng und all persons tm ny Hihertu.lv the iihfjvr1 ddBcrlb( 1 1 indb nre re qucuttd to Hie thwti clam in i hi it oiBte on or btfore said 7th of No r 1905 F Dunlds, -U r ber Loud Act 1S7K Aittlcc fur Pultltrntluu Lnited biatcs Land Office, Buffalo Wyoming, Inly j t herebj gucn that in coiiiiilian with the pi o visions the act of Coi tn of Junt -J, J878 "Auatt tin bulo of timber lands in the b it-, of California Ort gun Ni'vada, anu ish ington Te'iitoi) exieno i wltnt HSUB to bin ronUnuuutt n xl j (ifitnj ufxmand rulilvuiion of wild I md Jifhiul Polls, John L.ttnd owoi l b W oiu t UK Flown id WVht, lomtthan I Inippc'll, of UulTifl i F W illr for I'UDIU ntlon t'nltdl StiiUs Uuid OffUe, Fuffalo Julj 0 IHO-j in lit it M clit.n ttmt ii (ompbuntu with Hit, PJU MttnQh of the at t of Conjrre mof June- i 1R7K entitled An act for the suit of tlinbor lands in tin. btntesetff allfoima Oieuon M uula und Want] ing ton lit ritory tts exti ndud lo all the 1'ubh Lind States bj t of 4 Mao L Moi of i Ui Oi hut) this dij hie ibi-, offli c h i awoi b Bt IK, for the (hast, of the v of s 11 iownshtp 4o JN liaise W (Jih 1 M and will olKi to that the laud Is more for its timlnr 01 t-iom tbun for ut; i (ulujjal pujuosos and LO establish h? bum lo sild land btfure th' nnd I i of thih olllco al l ington Teuiton ne exieno in all LrKrLUjtfi. Alheii L Brock ufMu tht I'nhlu by act Au Ittt0rih John J inttb, Wjumine on 1 the 11 lUOo She mums at> w i Horace Cash John O Mir l L Brock ufMm lum 1K-H enllil. d lo th- unit tinjhir Jni iN In DM Ht n of I iilifoiiiin On (fun N. v ul nml J tb. in I ti. f tb Is" L n nil Hwi i i J -M t inn 'I lnwii-liip W N Km Ti. tt.sl lull I' M und will n'Tti pi f I i.hiiw ill a (Ii bind IN m and all fonntj of Jobnuo M IIH tht ih >vt t: id 1 unda an requt tiled lo file llit fn thitJ ofl'ct orhtfofi of bentt nibei l'H'5 F DAMFLS of Wyoming bus this dm filed n ibis Ihe purcbaue of the st_i nej, St Nn 4i No 47 Noith No fa4 and will offer pi oof to show tit tho land bonght is valuabk HI. limber or alone than for i tural puiposff and to emablisb i in to said land before iht, llefrister u l lit cener of !i ta uffirp at Buffalo U in? on Monddv the IJth i f p tunbt r He names as w i soes Thomas Kilkovn, Gtsurfte Kali ni i k vommp Charles liiugtr Tohn KnUenbatk of Buffalo, nmif and all persona tlalnitne li the deaLribed lands quested to file tbfr cluirot- oftice on Or befoie ttaid llih jlcujbci 1905 F W Danit fe7 Ret. Udt, Tlmtifr Land, Act jane 3 uffalo United Sutos Land Offic Wyoming, Jul> 35, Nt II hereby given that in compliftii t the provisions of the a-t of of June 3 1878, entitled "An act fi r ibe sale of tiojber lands in the S of California, Oregon, Nevada, aod idh ing-ion as extended 'o all the Public Land States by act f 19th ]UB14 TJmbp-r I uitcd States Office Muffjln July 1 1405 Notiip N thut in compliance with the of the atl of of timber lands in the bUtes of (ahfoiuui Oregon Nevadiv, and ash inyipn Firntorj, as extended to all Land act Awr tfutn tlmt in ccimj hut w t 1ST" ntllb 1 u l I i I j iiu uf limlK r iunii- in tb si i l alifniinii N uida rin i 1 n lot) '1 trrjioi HI- t i i IL Lund f I v a 11 i i 1 I ML. I'tltr Hint ,f ll T I in of Juhn-on milt of inn i ha ibi tlai fi'nl in i'iU i Hi o i i ii -tat met t No 411 (or ih i n I In .f i hi t f ill. r- i f i X JuniHhip -Jtt N id mil off. r i it lu n tl n i b hind s night Is in. n v IL nulilt 11( i HI umber ui huni.ih i ij.n j I n al and 10 u1 h h I i 1 im Uohid lau'l tn tl It j. i 1 in it u ne t >f I bin othif1 il K itT 1 n 01 tb' id ilnv f I bt fji inOer Mi rim I a xa u 'i i i_ u d u k IK u a M! .h ,1 ust 4 1892, Maggie Adam v of Casper, county of Nations, state of Wyoming, has this day filed in tins of lice hereworn statement No 432 for the Public Liiod States b> act of August 4, 1902, Albert, A Stanley, of Buffalo, county of Johnson, stale of Wyoming bas this day filed ID this office bib sworn statement No 425, for the purchase of Sec 16 and nwj nwi, Sec 21, fownfihip 48 N Range 84 6th P M and will offer proof to show th it the land bought is more valuable for it purchase of and m i 41 N Section 9, Section 8 Town 86 west, and wii offer proof to show tlmithc lanu sought is more valuable for Its timber or stone, than for agrtcultural purposeb, and to establish her claim to said land before L tuteman L S Commissioner al Biptratls WjomiDg, on Satjrdav th( 2Sih dav of October, IttOT bhe nameb as wiinesses AlLai Pondergnft of trailb, Wyoming Charlcfe We' faol county of lohnson, of y iming has this day filed in this oflii p nib -woin BtaiHinont NTt) 413, for the pun of thesj bee 1} in Tp 47 N llangeSo W bih P M ind will ofTtr 'o thow Lbut lb ir claims before saiu -Sib daj e. f! ant] ho miidp Horoe- tl) Stc 32 Jp 4f N K Tp 40 N R F W DAMhLS, Uegisler l.lh P M WitnfbMi hurt L 1 h lattnie! Saxum MwHtd U llDtich, and Willuiui all of Huuck office on or before said ikth dm Of S- pteiLber 1'Klo F W Daniels, Timber JSotloe foi Pnltllratln m. B. HUFFMAN, DENTIST, w Mrrsw Chamberlain's COLIC, C80LEEA AND Diarrhea Remedy A few of ihb remedy will core an ordinary tack of IthM wd In nine epi- of d) with perfect It cu be depended TJTxm, In ibe more wvrre fttUrki of cramp oollo and cbol- It U Moallr norMwfnl for nmmer afarrbea and cbol InfAotnmtn tod U ibt to MM 6f M ring the of many children wrb When trdncid with and tireMwwd H plwuunt to Ulrr Erery mwi of a fwnlly nbmild hwp renifdr outt eretn thut mcomphaneewi !i Ibe prus isions of tht net of (xjngt i of June i entitled 'An iu t k- til timber lands in th< States
his clnlin to mid land lx r the ncplsUT flnd ol ttu- office ni Buffalo on bnturdm the 7th daj of Otlobor He nami i wilnesscF Chariii H Hand Hit hard oung xandcr I njf nnd David (tommull, "II of Buffalo and all per PODS Iniminjj ad verse 1> the fltmve described Ijindu nro ncd to fi of Oetobcr, F W Daniels Register Tlfffri InntlFlDKl Pmof -f utli-p for Pnbltcntlnn of the Interior I-nml Offict nV ButTulo 7, 1SW.5 Notur is hereby jfivtn Umi Ijptm Aucw-le1 ChaWt of i Wjominy h B s n n t 1 c o f I inicntton mnhf proof o( on drtf 1 1 land fhlm 1164, for the 2 1 wj nwj Set 4 IP 41 N Kwl ti: Ser W Tp 44 B RB W th I' V hcfon1 the Hfpifcicr and 1 S Land OftUo Buffalo WM mm_ on the 5th (lav of r HP nnmi me wiltirtm p to the Pomplf irrliftitUin irnl rcclnmatinn of >ald Innd 1 hrnmi Hurrlft. lUrmnr of Dt pa rt men I cf the ulUc for I I I I I K M I Nt> FMi t- d t [in d M n I iv in i ib ti I O I I u I [ii vi V P J D t i i i U -M I V 1 I T t i V M> 71 1 U t U M t i J J in I M i i li I I w r i v H1 Ul I I M N 1 ll M of A IM i i sii i i i, n ji I 11 i in 1 1 t Ml M H l i i t. loik United States Jjind Offlpr BvifTa U turning August 2 NI i< u ii herebj tfneo thut in tumplmiui the us of the act f June 3, entitled na j.hl b Limt valuable fin u- inubet M nc than for agru ultu! a! purpofi and in tablien hie (.la in to said In if] X L Cole man I Ci ni i -inn cr BigLiails, t n M milm U yth da> of Oitobti 1901 He naint-c as a Fi an 1'elligi m I r in Hit t an lomas i- a i uf N l U i mmg an I a i pe.ii i L.L.IU f adternei} ih' i d f< J i i- nn tolik i u m- in u ofilco on ur il Ah 1 u U tnVr Ittto ii3oo F uK t 'H f (H lu La l' I a Ji UNO i 1 Otdi r j 11 -if n 11 M i bcuotid and f utih li i i uuh uiontli hi M r ,1 MRS t ASS M LM i i i A t STI KK I 01 V) fi UMTFKS Htllt-hAH i O O I Grt-t ani Ll4rd of iBcl) month HI H S Mus Nf t r SMH n O M us 1 blocKs NotJi r for I'wl Mi ol Lulled Stilt NN jomiiip A VIIM _ i i lier Lbv u K on I ti t I p1 lh( piov i t I 11 in I of June i t i Hi t i mile of l in1 M I HI ill iiiifru' imin_ dec" j.e P th nnd John I H UulTiilu r for PnhMrntloii I miod States (ti'ur Buffalo I ill) 27 i1- lin n Unit in lumplmmp with ibe 'ntx r Mr nanio- ft1! 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