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Deadwood, South Dakota
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NOTICE TO nwv-.. - CUPID'S CAPERS. fore tax r ;;r"Fuif To Planet Mining Comi lng described ,,i.. ' estate, taxed in X Mining Comply "J6 l County of LawL?8 chinery while Mr. Oleson was in Colorado, and the Davy stamp mill, is to be put in first class running order as soon as possible. The company has other property in hand, besides the Cora, and it will undoubtedly be a large holder of Black Hills mining ground before many months. The Cora is one of the oldest developed properties In the Bear Butte district, and has a large amount of ore In sight, that it is said can be handled successfully in the stamp mill. There is several hundred tons of the ore on the dump, and the new company Is going to work this up before taking any out of the mine. o Lemlng. whose poatofflce address U Broken Bow, Nebraska, haj this day filed hU application for ft patent for the following debcribedr lode mining clalma, bearing Kold; situated la Ida Gray Mining District, Lawrence county, South Dakota: and designated by the fleM notes and official plat on file In thin office as Mineral Survey No. 1174; in township 5 N., range 3 E., n H. M. Said M. S. No. 1474, being described as followB: LITTLE Rt'BIE NO. 1 LODE : Beginning a Cor. No. 1, whence U. S. L. M. No. 9o boa-- S 40 SH- 30" E. JW62.7 ft; thence N 31 22' W. 1302.7 ft; thence N. 69 30' K 492.6 ft; thence a 28 28' E. 1069.8 ft; tbonce S. 30 53' W. 487.2 ft; thence S. 59 30' W. 6.9 ft to the place of beetnnig; claiming 1372.7 ft along the vein; 573 ft north westerly and 799.7 ft southeasterly fiom the discovery shaft, and containing an anu of 12.614 acres. LITTLE RUBIE FitACTIONi LODE: Beginning at Cor. No 1, Identical with Cor No 1 Little Ruble No. 1 lode of this survev. thence N. 31 22' V. 1302.7 ft; McBride-OMver. Last evening, Christmas night, at 8:30, James McBride was married to Miss Emily Oliver, by the Rev. G. G. Ware, of the Episcopal church. The event took place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Oliver of Washington addition to Lead. Only a limited number of friends and relatives of the contracting parties were present. At the appointed time the principals to this high contract appeared, Mr. McBride attended by Mr. Samuel Lawson, and Miss Oliver by Miss Alberta Eslick, and the .imposing marriage ceremony of the Episcopal church united In sa Dakota, as follows: 'C 71 Lot No. 388. wa .J H lode of 100 or 300 feet In thickness which can be traced by its cropping lor more than forty miles. It lies in a region so level as almost to deserve the dlscription of a plain. Across this its outcrop is often found in cliffs of solid quartz 200 to 300 feet high. All of this quartz carries gold, but only In places in sufficient quantity to make it workable. At the principal working mine along its length, called the Westralian Mt. Morgans, there is an open stope of payable ore at the 100 foot level which was sixty-four feet wide and sampled $30 per ton for the entire width. From this a recent mill run of 1,611 tons yielded $46,410. Up to date from this bonanza the company had milled 22.000 tons,, which had yielded $710,-000. Mining Reporter. 9 THE GUGGENHEIMS OR. CARPENTER'S BIG SMELTER AT FLORENCE. Florence, the ambitious city on the Arkansas, that has sprung into bo much prominence as a eajlroad, smelting and reduction center within the past few years, largely on account of the construction of the Florence & Cripple Creek railway, is fast rivaling Pueblo as an ore company, says a late edition of Ores & Metals. To the enterprise and ability of W. K. and W. K.Johnaon, who promoted and financed thin railroad, Is largely due the growth of this industry- ot the smelting and reduction of ores. There are now eight plants operating at Florence, having a capacity of over 1,800 tons per day, including cyanldlng, chlorination and smelting processes. .. ' " 'a for tar, tax salo h tv... ... " '"W , rA -a I ty to Iawreno ".' OI m said purchaser du,y l;,, ttuu K T' wh0 'a nowti. 7UBr OI e certificate of ml That said taxes then ?u. . 3 quent amounted to r. M1 THE MAN WHO FOUND THEE subsequent taxes tn tk.'."! MONTANA MOTHER LODE. A gentleman who was an attendant 140.11 have been paid nenaltv and , ' 10 4 at the State School of Mines In Rapid The latest, and by no means the theme S. 52" 20' W. 484.4ft; thence S. 38 40' E. 205 ft, to Cor. No. 4, Identical with Cor. No. 3, Oettysburgh lode of thia -.urvoy, thence S. 34 18' E. 700.1 ft;, thence S. 81 31' E. 537 ft to corner No. 6, identical w-ith Cor No. 1 Troy lode of this - - . accrued 1 making total amount nece8saj deem ,2 56, and in addition! least Important of these industries i the new matto or semi-pyritic smelter the service of this noti OWN TWELVE SMELTERS. The Guggenhelms own twelve large smelting plants In the United States, Mexico and South America. Mr. E. J. Morse, for several years caonnect-ed with the Guggenheim smelters at City when Charles Damours was there says Mr. Damours was considered one of the brightest men in the school. He was noted for his pains in every survey; thence N. 52' "IV E. 7.5 ft, to the place of beginning; claiming 1314.5 ft just completed for the Rocky Moun tain Smelling Company. The smel cred matrimony this young couple. After the ceremony the company was seated to a bounteous spread around which all was merry and the congratulations of all wore showered upon the newly married couple. Later in the evening Mr. and Mrs. McBride were driven to their new homo in South Lead. The groom is a young man well known in Lead. Ik was for years employed in the buti her business in this city, and bears a good reputation. He has been for the past year employed in the Homestake mine. At the time of the war with Spain he on with such interest a., nay accrl this date, must be paid J right of redemption will emit alone the vein, 430 ft northwesterly and ter has been constructed from design KK4..'ift southeasterly from the discovery fin nished and under the direct super thing pertaining to geology and min cut, and containing 11.00b acres. ( JETTY iHKGH LODE: Beginning at eralogy, and it is said that he had a ision of Dr. F. R. Carpenter, who en never-failing memory on that sub joys a national reputation as a skil Cor. No. .. identical with Cor. No. 2 (iet-tvihurid: No. 2 lode and Cor. No. 4 Troy sixty days from the completed of this notice. a JENNIE VANOCH- Aquas Callentes, Mexico, having recently made a tour of examination in Europe, sailed last month from France for Buenos Ayres and will cross the South American continent overland to lode, lioih of this survey, whence IT. S led metallurgist, making a specialty of the manipulation and dressing of ject. When he became possessed of any working principle pertaining to L. M. No. 95 bears S. 51 59' 30" E. 4354.9 Holder of Tax Sale Certii ft; thftnee N. 33 V W. 709.4 ft; thence the studies he never lost them, and ores by the so-called pyritlc method ttusu at Deauwood S D v N. 38J 2' E. 42.7 ft; thence S. 34 18' E by which at least some of the units 705.1 ft: thence S. 38 02' W. 507.5 ft to his old classmates were not surprised that ne should distinguish himelf in of heat in the sulphide ores are util the nla'H of beginning; claiming 7VM ft listed in the volunteers, boin; assigned to the rough riders under Captain Bullock. (First Pub. Dec. 6, 1900, his new field of operations, Montana along the vein, 209.4 ft northwesterly and ited as auxiliary to the fixed carbon employed in ordinary smelting. The 500 ft sou'h-asterly from the discoveiy by discovering what is conceded to be the mother lode of the famous Alder cut. and containing 7.715 acres. UETTYSHCRGH NO. 2 LODE: Begin process, while requlreing a given per cent of copper and iron as a founda gulch placer mines. Mr. Damours is nine at Cor. ".. 1: whence U. S. L M. tion for the matte, Is adapted to gold No. 95 hears S. 53 19' E. 4253.7 ft; thence French by birth, and he has a brother N. 8 8' VV. 142 ft; thence N. 33 07' W liver and copper ores. The doctors who is one of the most eminent geol 709.4 ft; thence S. 57 11' W. 510.7 fL pronounced success in South Dakota ogists ot France, arter wnom a new thence S. 44 53' E. 857.3 ft; thence N ore has been named, damourlte, as Chile, where he goes to look after the smelter interests of his company at Valparaiso. o VIGILANTE IS BUYING MORE MINING PROPERTY. The Vigilante Mining company is after more mining property. This company's possessions are in the southern Hills, In the vicinity of Custer, where it has been carrying on extensive work for the last several years. The company has recently unwatered the big shaft and lower workings, and it is believed that it will resume operations there after a short shut-down. The company Is said to have options on ground in different parts of the southern Hills ,and is preparing for work in several places. 57 11' E. L'75.8 ft to the place of begin he was the man to discover it. ning; claiming 857.3 ft along the vein, 175 with the same style of furnace on a similar character of ores has been duplicated in the initial blowing in of ft northwesterly and 682.3 ft southeaster A number of Mr. Damour's former Kouse r the tor I i,id liver ly from tho discovery cut and claiming. classmates have been aware for some the Florence furnace. biliousness, sick I headache, 8.057 acres. TROY LODE: Beginning at Cor. No. 1 time that he was conducting explora The plant is automatic throughout nausea, indincsf thm, etc. Thejl whence U. S. L. M. No. 95, bears S. 40 and has a capacity of 500 tons a day valuable to prevent a cold or tions in quest of the source of the rich Alder gulch deposits, and they 45' E. 3963.1 ft; theice S. 31 IX' W. 626.5 that can be increased without material additional expense for buildings fever, niihl. gentle, i crliiin, they an have been watching his progress with ft to Cor. No. 2; whence Cor. No. 2 Lonesome No. 2 Placer, Sur. No. 1145 beara S 68 35' E. 189.2 ft; thence N. 81 31' V your confidence. Purely ve?ettJ The bride is tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Oliver, and has been reared in this city from childhood. She is an estimable young lady and has many friend.-! among her Tortner schoolmates as well as among her acquaitances generally, all of whom join with the Pioneer-Times in extending best wishes for a happv life. Benney-Williams. Mr. John It. Henney Jr., was united In marriage to Miss Mary Willams, last evening. Christmas night, at 7:30 o'clo.k, by the h"v. C. (J. Ware. The marriage took place at the future home of the contracting parties in South Lead, and was witnessed by only a few of the relatives and friends of the principals. Miss Clara Blnney, cousin to the groom, was bridesmaid, and Mr. Fred ePnnington was the best man. After the sacred contract had been sealed according to the solemn rites of the Episcopal church, and the congratulations of the assembled considerable enthusiasm. He in can re taken nv children or delicatf This feature is emphasized by the fact that but 225 men are employed to 505.6 ft;' thence N. 8 K' W. 142 ft; thence Price, 2.rK-.atall medicine dealers or! of C I. Hood A Co l"'ell, Mass. keep the plant in continuous opera formed them from time to time what he was doing, and what his object was. He began simply by a study of N. 38 2' E. 507.5 ft; thence S. 81 31' E, 537 ft to the place of beginning; claiming 626.5 ft along the vein, 270 ft northeasterly and 356.5 ft southwesterly from discovery tion. Power la imparted to the huge the surface indications, and concluded from what he saw that he was in machinery by a Corliss compound condensing first motion engine, from he well-known Murray Iron Works cut and containing 7.512 acres. Magnetic variation at all corners 1 30' E. proximity to the lode, altho it was 4 L G at Burlington, Iowa. Containing total area of 46.904 acres. in all its starefl inert Husband the Artesian Water. Prof. J. E. Todd, state geologist, gives an opinion of what is necessary to observe If the people of South Dakota do not wish to exhaust the water of the artesian basin within a few years. The matter has been agitated for a number ofyears, and it has blind at the surface. He has been at work on his theory for several years, The amended locations of thee mines are recorded lu the office of the Register should be cleaiiliLesa. Ely's Cream Balm and has finally been rewarded, en The two furnaces each have a hearth area of 36x180 inches and are the largest In the state. The feeding floor ,is twenty-four feet above the tap countering just what he was led to cle&nvM, tooths awl healt the dine&Med membrane. conclude he would from the indica tions. It is said that he has several holes and slag pots. been practically agreed by the author It cures catarrh anl drivrs avriy a cold in tbe head quickly. The blower supplying the blast Is a hundred thousand dollars' worth of ities that at the rate the basin was gathering had been extended, all sat Cream Ralm in ptaood Into the noftrili Connellsville cycloldal and requires 250-horse power to speed It properly. The construction of the buildings Is over the membraae and ii ataorbed. ore in sight that will average $500 to the ton. He has accomplished what older and more experienced men have mediate aud a cm fa.lows. It U not ( being tapped the supply would soon be diminished, and probably to an injurious degree. Prof. Todd says In the first place the people should drill smaller wells. Dot produce sneezing. Large Size, 60 o teel throughout, and the details com jo sjveX Xyg joj uodn 5(jom uaeq girts or by mail ; Trial Siz-, 1 0 cents by D of Doedj of Lawrence County, at Dead-wood, S. D. in Book 144, pp 540, 639, 638, 638 and 539, respectively. The adjoining claims are on tbe north the Isadorah No. 1, on the northeast the Isadora No. 2; on tbe southeast the Snow Shoe group of claims, all unsurvey-ed. Other boundaries unknown. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said mines or surface ground are required to file their adverse claims with the Register of the United StateB Land Office at Rapid City, S. D., during the sixty days period of publication here-of. or they will be barred by virtue of the provision of the statutes. A. K. OARDNER, Register. It is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice of application be published for a period of nine consecutive weeks in the Weekly Pioneer-Times, published at Deadwood, S. D., and nearest said clalma. A. K. GARDNER, Register. First publication Jan. 27, 1900. ELY 1ROTHKRS, 5fl Warren Street, Nt prise a thoroughly modern sampling department with a capacity f fifty tons an hour and all the other up-to- A well that flows 640 gallons of wa COLORADO MEN AFTER MORE ter per minute delivers sufficient water to supply 144 wells, or one for BLACK HILL8 GROUND. It Is Bald Colorado men are after date features of modern smelting. Some Reaso more mining property in the Black Among these Is a three-foot gauge railway, on which an electric locomo down to a tempting supper and spent the time in making the occasion a happy one. The groom is a young man, sober and industrious, and altho he has not been a resident of Lead a great time, he bears a good reputation He is a nephew of Mr. John R. Binney, who has a been a resident of Lead for many years. The bride has been reared in Lead and attained her education at the schools of this city. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, who during their life In this city made their home In Wash-ngton addtion. Her father for many years and up to the time of his demise was one of the machinists for the every quarter section In a whole township, each capable of supplying 200 barrels per day, an amount abundant for ordinary purposes. For the use Hills ground, and that a deal is under way for a large tract of ground tive draws a train of cars loaded with Why You Should Insist on M lag from the furnace to the dump lying south of the property recently purchased by the Spearflsh Mining & This labor saving feature is one in of towns or for irrigating or manufac turing purposes, the wells should be cluding the minimum risk of damage rdinarily incurred by slag pullers In Reduction company at Ragged Top. The deal, it is said, is being engi made as large as needed. The second method Is: To check damping pots of hot slag. neered by some of the men who hold interests in tho Spearflsh company, The plant Is located on 160 acres f land .donated by the public-spirited citizens of Florence, who apparently decognlze the value of locating so and that there is a strong probability of another company coming in, with as much means and enterprise as the EUREKA HARKESS Unequaled by any other. Renders hard leather soft. Especially prepared. Keeps out water. A heavy bodied oil. Harness An excellent preservative. Reduces cost of your harne Never burns the leather; itt Efficiency is increased. Secures best service. Stitches kept from breaking. OIL s sold in all flow of water when It is not needed. An irrigating well is not needed in the winter. The flow should be gradually stopped, for if too sudden it is liable to ruin the well by caving In at the bottom. The reopening of a well should also be done gradually. If a well is closed suddenly the sand in Homestake. She has always borne an nbblemlshed reputation and is a very estimable young lady. The Pioneer-Times extends congratulations. Spearflsh company. At any event a number of well know Colorado capi (Fmwley A Latter, Attorneys.) In the Circuit Court of tho Eighth Judicial Circuit, of the State of South Dakota, withta and for the County of Lawrence. Nellie Patterson, Plaintiff, vs Orlando Patterson, Defendant. SUMMONS. THE STATU OF SOUTH DAKOTA SENDS GREETING : To the Abova Named Defendant: You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the Plaintiff In the above ntltled action, which was filed in tho Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit, in and for Lawrence County, State of South Dakota, cm the 1st day of November, A. D. 1900. and to serve a copy of your answer to 'V gaid complaint, on the Riibficrihers at 'Heir office In the Smith THE WEEK'S AMUSEMENTS. talists have expressed a desire to secure property as good as that secured by the Spearflsh company, and have announced their willingness to form a big company to handle it. The the water is liable to settle to tLi bottom of the well, forming sand plug. On the Hunter farm, near Mellette, which is the largest farm in the state Localities MMvihrtt"l! Standard Oil Cn ground Is said to have been secured, and it is likely a deal will be announced shortly. worked under Irrigating ditches, the wells are closed down to a flow of about an inch in the winter. The second method of restriction is FREE GOLD AVERAGE OF by legislation. Prof. Todd compares HAIR BALS4 Block, in Deadwood, South Dakota within THIRTEEN DOLLARS A TON. Eight assays, recently made on ore "7: ...r mm? N-'vt-r S'iU jo i & from the Grand Junction mine, show the artesian supply to a great river which flows underneath almost the entire state of South Dakota. If could not be expected that a farmer would restrict the flow of his well when a thirty days after the service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such servtee; and If, you fail to answer the said Complaint within the time aforesaid, the Plaintiff In this action will apply to the Court for the relief demanded In the complaint Dat(d at Deadwood, Soutn Dakota, this 1st day of November, A. D. 1900. FRAWLEY & LAFFET, Plaintiff's Attorneys. Deadwood, S. D. (First Pub. Nov. g, 1900.) large an industrial institution carrying so substantial a monthly pay roll. The general manager of the plant is Mr. A. H. Danford, who enjoys a high reputation for skill inthe management of similar enterprises elsewhere. He built the Philadelphia smelter at Pueblo and for a long time superintended the extensive operations of the Colorado Fuel and " Iron Company's plant To W. K. and W. B, Johnson belong the credit of having promoted, organise)) and financed the Rocky Mountain Smelting Company, the person- net of whose directorate Is exceptionally strong. , Mr. Robert S. Billings, the popular : and well-known ore buyer, has already succeeded in making so advantageous contracts for ore all over Colorado as to ensure an ample supply to keep the smelter in blast to its full .capacity continuously. -The enterprise has been most auspiciously inaugurated and is expect- v ed to bring Into market a large ton- . sage,' of the lower grades of sulphides that' has hitherto been considered unavailable by other plants, The president of the company Is ex-Governor Charles Foster of Ohio. The managing executive board is composed of Messrs. W. E. and W. K. Johnson of Denver and Hon. J, B. Harsh ef Creston, Iowa. ' , ' , V " a ' ed an average of $13 a ton, free gold. The samples were taken from the mine by J. H. James, the expert, .who recently made an examination of the mine in the interest of eastern purchasers. The result was surprising to even the present owners of the neighbor lets his run recklessly. Proper legislation should determine the right of each quarter section. A license might be allowed, to the grad Creditable Vaudeville Performance Given on Thursday Night. A clever vaudeville performance was given in the Deadwood Opera house Thursday night by the May-rilles and Gillihan. H was bright and chaste in its nature and capable of entertaining the closest criticism. The entertainment consisted of sketches of the most in-jonius type, popular songs, monologues anu dancing, and the audience manifested its pleasure thruout,, Those participating were Ernest and Etta Mayrille, Master Mayrille, a five-year-old, who has developed a phenomenal capacity for stage work, and Earl Gillihan, who has attained great popularity as a buck and wing dancer and as a singer of the latest popular rag-time pieces. Mrs. Mayrille appearedat advantage In two short sketches, duet nd trio singing and In male impersonations. In the trios she took the baritone part, which is something extraordinary for a lady. Master Mayrille appeared in songs and dances, and his work was remarkable for its originality and execution. Mr. Mayrille has a splendid tenor voice, of a power and range seldom uated according to the size of the well. property, who had simply been claiming that the ore would go four Prof. Todd makes another suggestion, that, as there are known to be or five dollars to the ton, and it was on this representation that the deal was started. The mine is getting bet The Best Cooks it.- rVw.rerrV KCOVOM I several water bearing strata in some of the regions, certain of these strata might be placed under different rules from others. Those near the surface might be reserved for ordinary farm ter constantly with development, and the Homestake is the only Black Hills 111 UK, ; suoeriority ot - m-t . T Par TJ 1 AT Jn.Vt property that surpasses it in magnitude. In its ore average the o Grand use, while those deeper might be devoted to cities and manufactories. Junction is the best in the southern LEA & PERRINS 2 The people in some parts of the Hills. ur ORIS'" Black Hills, especially la the foothills on the eastern and northern border, look to the artesian supply for the re SAUUt WORCESTEBH HUNDRED AND FORTY TONS I a :-- i 1 w-c or ,.ttio. OF ORE TKEATED DAILY The new cyanide plant on Johnson So c.fc. Roast, mmm .1 C&iZrr oortle., i gulch is treating from 130 to 140 tons A COMPANY ORGANIZED ONj . DO i &7T1bO U mot Invaluable. TS,1YJ Sons. A-J seen. They are all first clais performers and they appear nightly at the Bodega. o At the Opera. The Lloyd & Gay company appear Johw Duncan s THE CORA MINING PRpPERTY The Denver and Black . Hills Gold Mining, Milling and Development com- ' pany, is the name of the organization .. recently perfected on the Cora -mine, Wholesale pany is composed: or capitalists oi tn Users, demption of the many thousand acres of fertile farm land. Prof. Todd believes that the artesian basin extends from the Missouri river to the BJack Hills. o Belle Fourche School House. The foundation for the new school house at Belle Fourche has been finished , and work is ready to start on the superstructure. O. C. Jewett, the architect in charge of the building, went out to Belle Fourche from Dead-wood Wednesday? and returned Friday. The contractor, he say a, has been taking advantage of the good weather this fall, and has been making fine progress. 1 . Bello Fourche Is having a good business this winter, Mr. Jewett says, and it has resulted In number of new buildings In the town. Several fine residences - are under wayv - The Denver and Boulder Colorado, and la coins to be one of the substantial, wide-awake concerns for the "develop- of ore a, day. This is the plant recently finished by the Spearflsh Gold Mining and Reduction company, which was started up about two weeks ago. It was built with a capacity of 200 tons of ore, but it was the intention to . jun. It only About half capacity this winter, and. then to crowd It In the spring. Since it was started It has been found that with the machinery now in motion it la capable of handling 140 tons a day almost as readily as It will handle 100 tons, and It is believed that the plant could easily treat 250 to 300 tons a day If run at full capacity. The machinery Is onl yrun day shift o . . - . ; A' Great Gold Vtiiw-' "; The Morgan lode of Western Aus-. r,.r.n,l! TH ed at tbe Opera house, Lead, last night, on their return engagement, to & good sized audience. This afternoon they give a matinee, and this evening they present "The, Two Orphans." Seats are on sale at Dickin-inson's. This ,is one of the - best troupes that has been In the Hills for some time, and they are entitled to a liberal patronage. They will also play tomorrow night, which will be their last appearance during this visit to the Hills. ' Send 15c postage or cxprcs;:.-e J BCUU juu v,"-- , u0t 1, ... d.i . ik: TV , 17,000 U1UM.-.. prices on nearly ,.00 that you eat and an t, ' ii;iai:.iaas!:i--rT' vs;i it - " n tfb ,i s - t- xaent of Black Hills property. A. H. Oleson returned to Deadwood ' ' Sunday night from Denver,, after, a trip In connection with the organlza- ' tlon of the company. He says be has 'first class men In his company, and be Is expecting a number of thorn to visit the Hills during the fore br middle part of the coming month, to Iodic the property over and lay their plana . for future operations. Arrangements were made for the purchase of ma We constancy ... - Articles Quoted. I .4 . 1 tralia (which ' should not be con weather is extraordinary in the Belle Martin ft Mason, Attorneys. -- M. A. No. 12T.- APPLICATION FOR A TATE NT. C. a Land Ottos, Rapid City, South Dakota, Dmmbar lth, 1906.- t Notio to berebr clveo, thai Junes Q. TM Tallest Bwtulil Buildi hi Ito WwM. MONTGOMERY WARD J L 9m4 Mil OmmM Ewtethwli Bl iit. - MMlm At- "J founded with the . Mt1 Morgan of Queensland) is an Immense fissure Fourche valley, and the only snow In sight from the town is pa Crow Peak.

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