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We Furnish the Books, You Take Them Away G E N . G R A N T ’ S MINUS, O R IGINAL g j y y EDITION for N O T I C E F O R P U B L IC A T I O N . Land Office at Helena, Mont., Oct. 5, 1891, Notiee is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim,and that said proof will be made before the Regis ter and Receiver at Helena, Montana, on Nov. 24tb, 1891, viz: M ICHAEL O ’ C ONNOR, for preemption declaratory statement No. 4008 for the N hf Ne qr and Sw qr Ne qr, section '24, and Sw qr Se qr, section 18, Tp. 19 N, R 7 west. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of,said land viz: William A. Comes,Harry Gar dener, Percy Kelley and Arthur B. SuLion, ull of Augusta, Montana. S. A. SWIGGETT, Register, ublication, Oct. 9. N O T I C E F O R P U B L I C A T I O N . Land Office at Helena, Mont., October 15, 1891. Notice is hereby given that the following- named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before A. C. Warner. U. s. Commissioner, at Choteau, .Montana, on December 1,1891, viz: E W I N G S T E E L E , of cboteau, Montana, for homestead applica tion No. 3302 for the E‘A NE-4, section 20, and W1/ Nw-4 section 21, township 25 north, range 6 west. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz, John Ryan, John Jackson, Charles S. McDonald and Charles Krofft, all of Choteau, Montana. S. A. SWIGGETT, Registor. First publication, Oct. 23, DESERT LAND, PINAL PROOF. [NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.] No book has ever had such a sale in the United States as General Grant’s Memoirs. Over 650,000 copies have already gone into the homes of the rich, but the subscription price of $7.00 has placed it be yond the reach ot people in moderate circumstances. 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The C osmopolitan is enabled to make this offer because of the pur chase of 600,000. volumes at a price which even publishers would deem impossible, and with the idea of running up its circulation to half a million copies. By contract with the C osmopolitan T he M on tanian is enabled to offer to its readers a share in the low price ob tained through the largest purchase of books ever made in the histo ry of the world. , If, however, you have Grant’s books, the C smopolitan ' s offer will permit you to take instead, Land Office ot Helena, Mont., I October 12, 1891. | Notice is hereby given that Joseph A. Baker, administrator of the estate of Henry McLean Martin, deceased, for thehei s of said deceased; lias filed notice of intention to make proof on his desert land claim No. 1874, for the SWqr of NEqr, Ehf Of NEgr and SFgr section 39, NWgr .SWqr and NWgr of SEqr, section 28, township 26 north, range 6 west, before A. C. Warner,- U. S. Commissioner, at Choteau, Montana, on Sat urday the 21st day of November, 1891. He name« the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclamation of suid land: Oliver G. Cooper, ChaalosS. McDon ald and Thomas McGoveran, of Choteau. Moptana, and John H. Welsh, of Great Falls; Montana. S. A. SWIGGETT. Register. First publication Oct. 16. N O T I C E F O R P U B L I C A T I O N . HAND O m C E AT tTlCl.KJSA, I September 16,1S91. | Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his inteutien to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before A. G. Warner, U. 8. Commissioner, at Choteau, Montana, on October 31,1891, viz; HARDY F. ENGLAND, who made homestead application No. 4862 for the Ne-4 Sw-4, Se-4 Nw-4, and S-2 Ne-4 section 19 tp 26 north, range 4 west. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultvatiion of, said land, viz: John M. Graves, Bober* O. 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