hether it be a mining company or
prospector, a timber company or
Ur ** * Prosperous
struggling homesteader, knows that)
Herrick has given him a square deal.
m. office is a model and in deniino
H,s office is a model, and in dealing
with the public the service is charac
ISSUES IK COUNir
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terized by promptness, accuracy and
uniform courtesy. Of course "Doc"
Herrick will be elected, the only ques
tion is the size of his majority.
While the law does not require
experience has proved conclusively
that the office of probate judge should
be filled by an attorney, for the na
ture of the duties necessarily involve
many legal questions which a layman
is unable to master. This is one of the
strong points in favor of the election
of D. H. DeLong, the republican can
didate for probate judge. Judge De
Long was admitted to practice in the
supreme court of California and was
actively engaged in the practice of law
in that state prior to coming to Wal
lace twelve years ago. He Is now
city clerk and police magistrate of this
city. Judge DeLong is carpenter by
trade and has been actively identified
with organized labor.
John L. Fitzgerald, the republican
candidate for prosecuting attorney, has
been practicing in the courts of Idaho
since 1914 and about a year ago lo
cated in this city. He was admitted
to the bar tn Minnesota in 1909 and
since that time has been continuously
engaged in the practice of his pro
fession. He is therefore well qualified
for the position in training and ex
perience, amd if elected his energetic
nature bespeaks a vigorous perform
ance of the duties.
S. Annette Bow^man, the republican
candidate for superintendent of public
instruction, was for eight years in
structor in the university of Idaho at
Moscow. She holds a life certificate,
lias taught for many years in the
schools of Shoshone county, and has
a thorough knowledge of school law
and its application to the public school
system. Like her opponent, Miss
Bowman is dependent upon her own
efforts for a livelihood, a fact that is
deserving of consideration by voters
who are influenced by considerations
of that nature.
There is much road and bridge work
throughout the county that attest to
the importance of the work of the
county surveyor. Poor judgment or
errors by the surveyor may prove ex
pensive to the county. But the elec
tion of D. M. Faires, the republican
candidate, will insure the county
against expenses of that kind. He is
now engineer of the city of Wallace
and under his personal supervision the
streets and alleys were paved during
the past two years, work that demon
strates his ability and recommends
him to the voters of the county.
Of course none of us expect to die
under circumstances that will require
• in investigation of the cause of death,
nevertheless it would be a satisfac
tion to know that if such should be
our fate that next to tile last sad rites
would he performed by Dr. J. R. Bean,
Hie republican candidate for coroner.
He will give you a square deal when
you are no longer able to speak in
your own defense. Vote for him.
MRS. STOREY BUCK INVITES
Spokane visitors to make their
headquarters while in that city at
the Hotel Ridpath, which she has
purchased and renovated. Autos
are stored free for guests. The best
is in connec
cafeteria in Spokane
ORDINANCE NO. 137.
ALL PROCEEDINGS IN
TION TO THE PAVING AND IM
PROVING OF THOSE PORTIONS
OR PARTS OF THE STREETS
AND ALLEYS IN THE CITY OF
WALLACE, COUNTY OF SHO
SHONE, STATE OF IDAHO, IN
CLUDED IN LOCAL IMPROVE
MENT DISTRICT NO. 8 AS ESTAB
LISHED BY ORDINANCE NO. 124
FROM AND INCLUDING THE
ADOPTION OE ORDINANCE NO.
121 DECLARING THE INTENTION
OF THE CITY COUNCIL OE SAID
CITY TO IMPROVE SAID POR
ToNS OF THE STREETS AND
ALLEYS UP TO THE TIME OF
THU ADOPTION OF THIS ORDI
NANCE, INCLUDING THE CON
FIRMING, RATIFICATION AND
APPltOVAL OF ALL CONTRACTS,
RESOLUTIONS AND ALL PRO
CEEDINGS IN ANY WISE IN RE
LATION TO. SUCH IMPROVE
MENT, AND PROVIDING FOR THE
ISSUANCE OF BONDS BY THE
CITY OF WALLACE TO THE
AMOUNT OF ELEVEN THOUSAND
ONE HUNDRED FORTY-SEVEN
AND FORTY-ONE HUNDREDTHS
DOLLARS, THE BALANCE DUE
FOR SUCH IMPROVEMENT AND
PRESCRIBING THE FORM OF
THE BONDS TO BE ISSUED.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR
AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
Section 1. That there be issued by
the City of Wallace, to Henry J. Kaiser
<>r bearer for t lie balance of Eleven
thousand one hundred forty-seven and
forty-one hundredths dollars ($11,
147.40), due on account of the paving
and otherwise improving the streets
and alleys in Local Improvement Dis
trict No. 8, thirty bonds, ten for the
R um of One Hundred Fourteen and
seventy-four one hundredths dollars
($114.74) and twenty bonds for the
sum of Five hundred Dollars ($500.00)
m il, making thirty bonds in all aggre
gating the total sum of Eleven thou
sand one hundred forty-seven and
tj'fty one hundreds dollars ($11,147.40).
That said bonds whose face value is
.'■eventy-four ou<- liundre ft, urteel1 and
($114.74) be numbered in in e r<
I (4). Seven (7i Ten , im -rw . ' ''' ,ur
Sixteen tlti). Nineteen', li t" U . 3) *
! ty-eighV't Js") en T|" fi ' e a "d
i face value is Five "hose
] ($000.00) be numbered Two C) d Three
(3), Five (5), six («) Fie-ht isi lhree
j (»). Eleven (11) Twelve .lit^
! teen (14), Fifteen (1st ,,, ' * 0 , u /'
| Eighteen (18) Wentv '
J one (21), Twenty-three (•>») -p" ent > - i
| four (24), Twenty-six (26)' t 2' -
Th , . I
! date the fi™, 1 aid bunds sbjUl bear [
lane the. i , ot October, A. D. |
1918. that bonds numbered One (1). !
_ V *" ree (3), shall be payable !
ninnhoro i* f 0116 , y , ear from date; bonds
sh'iil ho „„ ■u!' bive f 5 )' Six (6),
frnm i.f? 4 ? 0 ? n or before two years
(71 FiJh♦ V a , I? numbered Seven
. h ,' 5 , lne ( 9 ) ■ shall be pay
date, i °/ be , re Three years from
nii'rPi nu, Poered Ten (10) Eleven
or w7,r f Ve sba '* he payable on
°? ro1 ® 5ears fr °m date; bonds
before Five vears frooi ,(„(„• V, n _V r I
numbered Sixteen (li!) 'seventeen
(17), Eighteen (18) shall he navYhi
on or before six year" from" da
bonds numbered Nineteen (19) Twenty
Twenty-one (21), shall 'be
able on or before se\
i' aj '
numbered Twentv t™
(22), Twenty-three mi TuJnt^ f ° !
24 shan be mwahl 'nn trp rF 0111,
eFght years from date l,Zls n„ e a 0r i
ed Twenty-five (25) Twentv six un I
Twenty-seven (271 'si l i' < 2 6>
on or before n'ne vears f ''' "
bonds numbered Twenty-eight (28 )'
Twenty-nine Thir A \" 8 J:
xweniy nine (-9), Thirty (30), shall
be^iayable on or before ten years from
niim from ceat , per an '
num from date until paid, said interest
b< r, payabl ® annually on the 1st day
(Wouir i. ,n, e „ aC \ year beginning
,, J L ' t . ober , lst - that there be at- t
tacned to each bond interest coupons,
from The °H n * t f°nf Th" K yea , r ' S "; ter ,f t
maturity thereof! provided, CUer,
deemed y »7 e snl S Hm."°w S , ma ^ be . r , e ' !
. any time by paying the |
principal thereof together with all in
t^ounoTHrs^m 1 ? an " '"eluding
TtuiK U thereafter,
imr eo„ e r . n " db ^ I d8 Ht nd , lnte , reS bear ' Jin
Mfv*ttl'o»^ a ,!l. 8 , K ' 101 -* by the | f
^ y ti the ro. lty rn erk and
h . h?fi t. b V he !?■ y . lreas ! lrer;
bat „, tb sald boru l s , and interest there
on shall be payable at the office of
the City Treasurer in the City of Wal
lace, Shoshone County, Idaho, and
they shall be registered by the City
Treasurer as required by law.
rpi.„ a , |
.Tbat the said bonds shall be sub
?i an i! y * n the following form, bear
ing dates of maturity and for the 'in
amounts as hereinbefore specified, to- ■
NU MBER ___ _ AMOUNT
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
^^^iTT OF SHOSHONE
CITY OF WALLACE D
Local Improvement District No. 8.
Know All Men by These Presents:
That the City of Wallace, in Shoshone
That the said bonds bear interest
at the rate of seven
|p : > '
> A 4
Harry C. McAllister
Republican Candidate for
Mr. McAllister is American to the core and
stands for the upbuilding of Idaho and
County, Idaho, Is indebted to, and for
'aide received hereby promises to pay
to, bearer, (insert amount of bond)
* u " ful "
bond) with interest thereon from date,
U ' the rate 8eVen per cen ' ura $» er
annum, payable annually, on the 1st
day ° f Ul tober in euoh °» Pre
mentation and surrender of the annexed
!: ou P ons ' bearing the signature of the
Mayor, City Treasurer and City Clerk
'J f saU ' »? they severally become
the City Treasurer of the said City of
"til lace, Idaho, and are payable out
of Local Improvement Fund of Local
Improvement District No. 8 created for!
payment of the costs and expenses
f° r the construction of
iu said Local Improvement District
' s '°. 8, and not otherwise, provided,
however, that this bond may be re
deemed at any time by paying the full
amount of the principal thereof to
sether with the interest coupons here
to attached up to and including the
coupon first maturing thereafter.
>< »■* «
! be l] ate ' tenor and effect except as to
£ he . Umea ! ,f P«y«ient and amounts of
b , u ' nun »bered from one to thirty in
cll ? si Y e aggregating Eleven
° ne hundred forty ' 8even
money of the United States of
4 on or before the 1st day of
October, (insert year of maturity of
Dollars ($11,147.40) issued by the City
°f Wallace, county of Shoshone, State
of ldaho ' fur tbe l>ur P° 8e ot ' l>ayin«r the
costs and expenses of improvements in
Looal Improvement District No. 8 pur
8l,ant to Ordinance No. 121 duly and
regular!)' passed by the Mayor and City
|Council 0 f said City on the 31st day
of May - A - D ' and Ordinance No
m 4 duly and , rt ' gu , laHy l )a «»ed by the
Mayor and City CounciKof said City
on the 2nd dav of lulv A T) iqit
under and by authoHty' of' 1#1 '"
accordance and full compliance
the general laws of the State of Idaho,
and especially Section 2238 of the Re
vised Codes of Idaho as amended bv
the Legislature of the State of Idaho
by an act approved March 12, 1917,
the 14th subdivision of paragraph sixth,
which is as follows:
"The holder of any bond issued un
' autllority ° r tlUs 8ection shaU
city or villa S e by which the same is
issued in anv event exceot from the
collection ofthe snecial
ffiffor ttpSu wuicn
said bond was issued, but his remedy,
Jin case of non-payment,' shall be con
f me( ] to the enforcement of such as
sessments. A copy of this subdivision
shall be plainly written, printed or
engraved on the face of each bond so
. . .... . ,
And ls , hereby certified, recited
aru de , clared tbat , al > acts - conditions
and things required to be done prece
dent to and in the issuing of said
/bonds, have been properly done, have
happened and have been performed,
regular and due form, as required
by ] aWi an( i that the said indebtedness
does not exceed any statutory or con
For the collection of the assessment
levied in said Local Improvement Dis
trict No. 8, the City of Wallace, County
f Shoshone, State of Idaho, hereby
pledges itself to use its best endeavors
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, We,
the undersigned officers of the City of
have no claim therefor against the
Wallace, County of Shoshone, State of
Idaho, being duly authorised to execute
this bond on behalf of said City, have
1st day of October, 1918.
On this 1st day of October, 191...
the City of Wallace, in Shoshone
County, Idaho, will pay the bearer
Improvements!. Dollars, lawful
money of the United States of Amer
lea, at the office of the Treasurer of
the said City of Wallace, Idaho, out
of Local Improvement Fund of Local
Improvement District No. 8, and not
otherwise, being interest then due on
its Improvement Rond of Local Im
movement District No. 8.
hereunto signed our names officially
and caused tu be affixed the official
seal of the City of Wallace, us of the
(FORM OF COUPON)
(FORM OF CERTIFICATE OF
TREASURER TO BE ENDORSED
ON EACH BOND).
I. C. A. Keating, Treasurer of the
City of Wallace, Idaho, hereby certify:
That the within bond, being Bond No.
.of Local Improvement Dis
trict No. 8, of the City of Wallace,
Idaho, has been duly registered at
my office as required by law. That
all signatures to the bond and the cou
pons thereto attached are the genuine
signatures of the officers of the City
Wallace, Idaho, and that this bond
has been issued to.
on the 1st day of October, 1918.
Dated at Wallace, Idaho, this .
day of October, 1918.
Section 3. That there shall lie col
lected each year from t lie property
owners whose property lias been as
sessed for said Local improvement, and
who have not paid said assessment,
one-tenth of the amount of said as
sessment together with interest on all
unpaid portions of said assessment
each year at the rate of seven per cent
per annum, that the said assessments
shall bear interest at the rat of
seven per cent per annum
the 1st day of October,
The said amount of
against each piece of
shown upon the
roll for said improvement district filed
the street and alley committee and
the city engineer of said City of Wal
lace, with the City Clerk on the 22nd
day of July, 1918, and which was con
firmed by Ordinance No. 135 of said
City passed by the City Council and
approved by the Mayor of said City
the 19th day of September, 1918.
Section 4. That any informality,
irregularity, neglect or omission in
any of the proceedings relating to
said Issuance of said bonds or in tile
i xeeution of said bonds
pons, shall in no
validate said bonds or
or said cou
wise Impair or in
approved and the
that all such parts or
of ull prior ordinances or
any there be) with
of such ineon
j pursuant to the provisions of this or
dinunce is hereby in all things, rati
I fled, confirmed and
recitals therein are
| to be correct;
resolutions of the said city which are
inconsistent (if any there V ' -
tile provisions of tills ordinance
hereby to the extent
That the acts and proceedings of
the City Council of the City of Wal
lace and all of the officers of the said
City in relation to the
said Improvement district,
provement of said portions i
the assessment of property
for such improvement, and all and
every thing done In connection there
with of whatsoever nature he and the
same Is hereby approved, ratified and
Passed by the Council and approv
ed by the Mayor this 28th day of Oc
HOMER (1. BROWN,
DAVID H. DELONG,
COPY OF ALIAS SUMMONS.
In the District Court of the First Ju
dicial District of the State of Idaho,
ii\ and for Shoshone County.
May Holmes, plaintiff, vs. Frank A.
The State of Idaho Sends Greeting to
Frank A. Holmes, the Above Nam
You are hereby notitled that a com
plaint has been tiled against you in
the District Court of the First Judi
cial District of the State of Idaho, in
and for the County of Shoshone, by
the above named
plaintiff and defendant
at Wallace, Idaho, on the 23rd day of
December, 1908, and now are husband
and wife; that for more than one
year Inst past the defendant has fail
ed and neglected to provide the
mon necessaries of life for plaintiff
and her minor children and that (he
plaintiff has been compelled to
port herself; plaintiff
the custody of her two
it is alleged
also asks for
Holmes and Wayne Holmes and r .ir
support for herself and her minor
And you are hereby directed to np
THE 0. A. OLIN COMPANY
INSURANCE AND LOANS
SPECIALISTS IN COEUR D'ALENE STOCKS
WE handle stocks and bonds on all the principal markets.
WE sell any active stock on the part payment plan.
WE furnish full particulars on any Coeur d'Alene stock on request.
WE ask you to write to any bank in Wallace about us.
WE ask you to give us your business. It will pay you.
WE write all lines of INSURANCE: LIFE, FIRE AND LIABILITY.
WE are DISTRICT AGENTS for the MARYLAND CASUALTY CO., writ
ing WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION Insurance in (lie state of Idaho.
A. L. HONEKER
The pioneer Tinsmith and Sheet Metal Worker.
having purchased the tin shop formerly conducted
by G. F. Damm, will continue the business at the
old stand, 413 Cedar Street.
When in need of
anything in the following line give him a call—
he will try to please you.
ROOFING, GUTTERING, FURNACES, VENTIL
ATING PIPE, FURNACES AND WATER JETS
FOR MINERS. WILL ALSO ATTEND TO YOUR
STOVE AND FURNACE REPAIRS.
HARRY C. M C ALLISTER CO.
Phone 2 4 7:: Insurance Building
Expert Service, Best Companies, Immediate Attention
Insurance and Bonds in All Branches
55 Insurance Companies
7 Miscellaneous Companies
Rossi Insurance and
General Agent for Idaho and Western Montana for
the Aetna Life Insurance Company and the
Aetna Accident & Liability Company ~
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital $100,000 Surplus $50,000
O F F I C E R 8 t
HENRY WHITE, President
J. W. WIMER, Cashier
M. J. FLOHR, Vice Pres.
JAME8 F. McCarthy, 2nd V. P.
CHARLE8 KEATING, Assistant Cashier
E. H. MOFFITT
M. J. FLOHR
james f. McCarthy
poar and answer the said complaint
within twenty days of the service of
this summons if served within said
Judicial District, and within forty
days if served elsewhere; and you
are further notified that unless you
so appear and answer said complaint
within the lime herein specified, ths
plaintiff will take Judgment against
you as prayed In said complaint.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said District Court, this 11th day of
October, A. D. 1918.
J. C. OLA HE,
(Seal of the Court)
By O. A.
SpeciaHzing Mines and Prospects,
Assessments collected, etc.
John F. Ferguson
CORNER OF FOURTH AND PINE
Sunday School at 10:00 a, m.
Epworth League at 6:30 p. tn.
Public Worship at 11:00 a. m.
and at 7:30 p. in.
D. M. HELMICK, Pastor.
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
CITY TRANSFER S STORAGE
Mine Contract Hauling
623 Cedar St.
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