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WHICH DO YOU WANT?
!,ti take the Bull Dog
(Karl Way land Howmj
Train
G*>M» n
I 1 thé tiohl'T
< »ne thing the editor
Trail fim and
wlmt he
Of the
Iv.'.MV i has 'i f'* Im
'flier»
J o t,r
di pu'brn.
I I»» 't want
it idea
.'ft I «out
darned -pi«*»
write
Ida Vi
>f l<
rnn n
to
.fust r*m<
m Imp t
lion.
rul got any veto
idfvMimi 1 \ in
.«b
you
»hol
!
itwflv
•met hing
rest •#( (he Mum»*«! bed
h.»r nit).
Itie*Hit
bn
else { hav
Uv».
1 am writing ibis uton
Gooding, not hooati«« i to*
Goodmg eXrruclutll'itlY
nk il
> Kiv.nk it
! doi'Uovn
any he-human animal th*»t way and I
don't ever w<n( to -but becaime I
tout Ft
John V Vug* nt defeated. The reewon
I want to m» him ilffwitcd
I don'» like him.
of
to stick a pin in the ambitim
want
John K Nugent present J un loir United
Mat»»
•tutor from Idaho and who 1 a
plumb
wrlfin' thta *!nrv Un»i
! a
a* i to sun ceil hlmntdf
e I want to see
h
Ou. II S'■'
The r««aon I don't Ilk» John K, Nuge i
UK i
Itomhs of
;
nt I» I»* a owe !e»t I-« mint y 1 ahoi
hantln with him In Hiniui:
flc«- in Washington l> (' and he a
o pUid my hand aa a friend
and a let let be h

with.u
hour*
V
IO thft (KM( office d»partmcnt ask
ing for the »uppr»««i*m of Th» Oolden
Trail
tc
knew when f nad that let
ter that John F Nugent knew whe t be
ft1
fha
wh«i
vei he
was writ
other man Insinuated tb;if »he edito, of
undtllulrd. loo Ifer
Isst >• »ttdmind
»•ml heels, that
It wajk a Clns« A liai to
.lohn F Nugent prst<
friend when h« wasn't
Am.riiMii,
» «I «.ul hitut, (lilti t
i-r inNlmittU'd
> 'he lenxt
(of In li
my
I don't NK. any man whi
will do
that
He Isn't safe
If he will throw
throw you down: If he will throw
down he will Ihm« Idaho down, If hr
wilt throw- Idaho down he ta adevll of
a tong dial*nee from th* kind of man
i down he will
Idaho ought to have In the flitted
Kt« tea Kennte at Washington and ea
penally nt this iwrticulsi time when |
lied, and every one
sfralght.shootln, on the square,
dsrytutety dependable
else knows that i
bso- j
That is why F think h» U hotter j
ms* for th« I nitrd Hint«« Men.it« than !
en an" needed
I
nr j
»n gruld« the Nation
Frank It Go<»dtng isn't »he kind of i
mas that will pretend
fro nd when he Inn !
to
».
John F Nug«nt t*
,
i
If Frank It Gooding d<
he'll »«!» you
If hr has go» tt in h*» voit he.ll look
straight ln th« eye and »»11 you ti
P»t to had»« and
.-n't like you
If von iton.t go h«.l|
mp in sn<t fight till M* shlri
off to put you there
That,* ihe kfml of a
know'
torn
where to find
The wocnI tiling
Frank It.

< bawling U he
v Von fee! about it hut
guinmsd. blatt
ton-of * gun of it
I principle*. Somehow
respecting
>nav»»e It *4
I don't kno<
I
detest a dad
blear tv ml
P
i n't get
ti
» hem to
91 b
they haven't go»
nm Havi
my
and »
!
1 hum
»re sen***' t
ary
M ig that
«r than hi
not tc
ntt-fonri
forth,
down to luv I
i*d sheep or ■
vtng nUiiig i
bk»
»»* Tv»
rid m
I
th
aid
**il hk
or
;ht
tl
a F dont
it U4
le affin 1 1
fui
f Fr
nl««t
•f h
h<
Jin a
it
» fi
• aiilt I
R
W. June
H
■ i Te
d
I* in hi*
r» »«Bn»
ua Mrs.
-long -horn
tUm+rt* of A
at'Hi
tile long.
iMirtly tMktbcM
writing this
home
d foi^ct
to stop when
o*t keep ramHin right u
r Hl d.tsu
°
I ul
would t**\d
it to tb
HM* dl
prospect ot having
his liver perforate-d w ith forty-four or
similar butted**
-hantmc
Anyway that's the way Frank ft.
«vioogtng would c<
But the «offspring *>( a centipede who
a «11 proton«! U» l»e your friend when he
Isn't
even it he ha* finally
reeded
!n being «p|»oint«Hl \ 'n»te«l States »«*«!.
.itor \>y Moa* Alex.»nder well I'd hate
to take a walk up a dark a.ll«»y if I
tw«> of
knew Ike wu* nursing a grudg» .»gut ist
mf.
TFiftt's the difference ! »et wean
the most uosathsfiK'tory anbnala ever
dfocovsred - a poll Ht ion and a *nwr
raiaer!
You can take your choice
They remind
yellow
of a bull dog u
cur. I don't mean to be diure
d a
Kp»-ctful or any thing bee that to any
!x>dy but that'll * "hat they rem'.al me
of.
When
I was a kid l/*»d used to Udl
we:
don t need io - r |... ufr.ilrlj<»f
So l, y
of a bull-dog loir'ii' Ihr* bed« cud out
of your pant« or f *n.
I bred builhdof wdl cot
I from the fron* «und if y u don't K t ex
)i even break
tint il a tiff for
'* ,,,n
M ' ** W
foiled yOU'VegOt at 'cost .
with the burned crltu*.' ~
ent with« yellow
hen you ain't look* V und If v
don t watch out he'll ui.ik • a de it in
the calf of your leg lh»t w ill
•iir. he'dsu ik up im
ft* I *«• CM\V . ''
.1 ft » Nh'CUt 4iilap on u
IM « I
pretty
Ho 1 t<
I
a Baptist jire^M-jj» r' 'nit
ci nr er at Inf
>k hl« advise' In tb
and ever since then my mono
nt
has h
least.
"Eternal vigilance *nd n luisay cbm
yellow our» forever *
It la « good motto
Of course V
yellow cur or
Fin just saving what my Idea elnut
f
not cal In g any laxly a
»'thing.
Yon can make Ibc apriLc itim whi r
however you wj it to.
That's your business
I can't stop you from seeing n pi int
If you want to see It.
it Is.
ever
• i H w
Wh* '
gxrs (Iltd gets ft
m> nclffhb i
yellow cur I nuit visitin' Mm •
11'» Hk. much Iroul.le »« Imvm Io '
watchln hi» dog every Urne I Wi.»k
from the front ic.te to the rtoor. |
It'a a darn sight worse and more un
('ornfortabh* when the, blamed dog Is
hidden »inter the poureh or soinewhen
• him and are never
where you run »
1 • '!"■ •' • * i
j
•hem- '
in' to do.
That'« why it» dangerous to have
man in the United Htaets senate un lei
shooter.
II«'* ion for away U> watch.
It ought to ho woitieiboily you cun fig
oven if you don't agron with
n v ihiiiK
! don't liki> I It,-«.- itiirhi-d smooth oily'
lire
him hInhiI
individuals
When a
I want him to niran It one way or the
an take* hold of niy hand
other
I don't like sheep. But I Hkc sheep
Peter than these human Submarin**.
Anyway, when I come to think of it.
Krunklt.flooding ain't entirety dedlcat
ed to the sheep Industry. He's got
ranch out by that town where the Metll
«dial college |g flooding'* th« niimo of
'he town,! think. It was sort of nam
ed after him If I remember right along
nliout the Unis he was servin' his first
now it might have
anyhow when he
Hut that don't matter
1 h«' main thing, and the
buneh of cow animals, horses, chicken»,
etcetera on the farm he*» furmin
{out there and in Urne he may outgrow j
term as Governor
n his second term
was Governor,
much.
1
th» sheep business entirely.
So there is considerable hope for him.
Then when I got to Inquirin' around
,» little 1 found that some way or other
fhe never ha« been tangled up In any of
!
•er
kettln mixed up In disagreement* with
the puncher*. And that * what 1 reck
ion vou'd call a genuine imradox—a
Ihe»» rung» stealin* figlit» with the cow
) inen anti has »ltd along without
sheep man that can g»t along with the
cattlemen neighbors and not have any j
trouble or anything.
That speaks pretty w 1 ? 5 !! for one or
the other or t»oth of them.
'Course he's been a
homestead to Governor,
i
!
j
i
developer, from
everything
hkc that, but the main thing and tb«
important thing I» —*
He's « m«i un re-shooter, he's your
frie utor he isn't your friend, he'» dc
pendable,
That'» whj I 'in for Frank FI. Good
iug just hh much as Ft „
F. Nugent and in thi» case that
in against John 1
Is
quit* U lot
;»n fur as you're concerned, well. 1
You can
N<
«II that'» up to y
for who von plcuae. that's your
privilege, but I thought I'd Just udl you j
I felt about It
that's.

1
other I V» got a hunch 1
tM. John F Notent 1* 8»'«» to b* <!«■- i,
f«a t ed

«thing make» me feel that way.
Mo»** appointed him and with Mo»e
we'll gently lay him sway. *
t
Republican County
Ticket
I
t
tilled briefly at
«te» the Ke
i ts iniv fa
h who they ure
ipuinnel
i lie a
la
may
ho dr
W A HEISS
For State Senator.
at the
candidate for
»mate, wa»
i» through hi»
ul 1 a that V» » got th« Jerome
d valuation which bring»
»U nUott $»UhHi each year. AI
I $36.(Mm in thr
1 without the»» fund*
tin woiihl have flntl to di»
ihr school a*«»rk that
cm»tul*r*d that
Mr. Hei«», *
t»n
iu
»tat»
•h<H>l
*
it
5Ul 1 1
r«alro
wr have roooi
i
»e with
ow Wing dt»nc.
»me realise and
Ami the people of
ciate what a
Jrru
app;
to <»ur schiMfti di»
I
i
K*. 1 ■. thi.
. V
has be*«i
trief
At the time the pumping plant»
in. Mr Heiss opfM»»cd and worked
same, knowing only too |
well that it "»» premature and that
at that time it was better to water the
land under the gravity ditch.
ere
mit
against the
t
lie was
pposed to the issus me of patent* on
j t hi* land until our water contract was
« it
fulflIM; and at the i.*t *.>»*.»n of O*
! Ie|fi*latnrv. h* work«! for and -pport«!
' tome good C'arcy a<*t law», always ha\
;
! ing in mind that we have a great state
r in «l must have law» for the people *r.d
n<ti for a few.
I Just atop and think for a few minut
J I« not Mr. Heins the man for us for
»tute «enator?
ALVIN I. M'MAHON
For Representative.
Alvin 1. McMahon has l>ecn
«»sideni
1
Lincoln munty for twenty seven year».
| ]fr* 1» now in the abstract business at
j
! Hailey, wan clerk of the district court of
' the couiif y neat, hut during his residence
in Idaho he has held the position of reg
inter of the United States land office at
erved
Lincoln county for two terms, has
<i* ciuiirnnin of the hoard of trustees of
Klioshoiie ami is now a member of the
• school Iftoard. Having had a wide
*xjM*r•
»«■rue and I wing familiar with ait our
1 law*, he is eminently fitted for the office
of representative.
CLARENCE WHEELER
For Sheriff.
Mr. Wheeler is another candidate for
I« election, and also by virtue of his of
fice i* a member of the Um-« I exemption
board. This office has occasioned much
extra work for the sheriff, also, hut the
work lias been well and promptly done.
lie has made a fearless officer and his
record is one «
Lineoln county.
>f the best yet made in
T. H. BRUSH
For Treiiurer.
in Lincoln county twelve
.. . ' .
t,,u '' 1,0 w *** , ft " hl * r of
the Richfieid bank, but for
Mr. Brush is a resident of Richfield
ami y Mira
Last
past linn conducted a drug store.
\ vl%r he was the victim of an accident
by wliirh he lost one of his legs, und
under this condition he cannot properly
-ondiK't his store. Ho is a competent
1er leal man and if elected will
prove
j a very capable
J. L. FULLER
For Probate Judge.
l or the past year this office has been
livid hy .liidge Kullvr, hy appointment, hi*
j,r^(lri'i'»*or having rpni^ni-fi. i'revioui to
this he held the oftlee for eight year*,
land i* thoroughly familiar with it. It is
recognized among the lawyer* of the
unty that Judge Kuller ha* no supe
rior in knowledge of probate law and it*
administration. Frequently this office is
considered of very minor importance.
This, however, is not the ease. Many
of the criminal cases come before this
j«-ret»oii and sound judgment. Moreover,
many estates, involving much important
property and thousands of dollars, are ad
ministered bv this court* Judge Fuller
court for preliminary, and call for care
ful consideration and the exercise of dis
in a pioneer of the county and a Civil
War veteran who served with distinction
a hi#h order.
» me patriotism ami loyalty is of
MRS LEAH M. BURNSIDE
For Superintendent of Schol*.
Mr* Burnside is at present one of the
teachers in the Shoshone schools, but
has filled the office of superintendent
in tt)r pH , t shp in ,. )ose toll( . h with
our educational institutions and our
ami thoroughly competent
to administer thi» office.
BARNETT STILLWELL
school law»
For Assessor.
Mr. Stillwell has been a resident of the
leronie tract for seven year». Ho i» a
land owner a ml familiar with land vul
For two years he personally en
gaged in farming. During the last live
year» In* ha» conducted a real estate of
ne».
' n Jtrume and for four year» has
held tin* office of justice of tlie pence.
DR. JOHN F. SCHMERSHALL
a resident of j
For Coroner.
Dr. Schnter»liA 11 hg» bei
Jerome for the past ten years, has here- |
of ore filled the office of coroner, und
was induced to again stand for the office
v a „li.-it»tion of hi* friend*,
FRANK C. SMITH
For Prosecuting Attorney.
Frank . Smith, candidate for prose
Uting attorney on the Republican ticket, !
a» resided at Dietrich for the past three |
year».
Diversity and ha» been
graduate of Iowa State j
admitted to |
« in Iowa. Idalin and the
, . . ,, ..
es roulis. He is tin active, I
case» pen.iinK j
pruet ire la
nil »al
et ieinjf attorney
it h
t Itie present time in the District Court. |
A mutt's ability uiui stttmiiug as a j
itixen is ireneratly reflected in the enm
lnilility in which lie lives. Investigate
both Mr. Smith nml his opponent nml
use thi* a* u basis in onstinjt your vote.
[II** will base his administration of Ihr
jofth-v on, a juat and impartial enforce
ment of (lie law, know no favorite* and
no polit ie*.
ANDERS ANDERSON
j
For Coramtsxioner, 1st District. j
The office of inanity eommi».»ion«r i*
e of the
>»t ini|M>rtant in the eounty I
i'ommi»»i*mer* havr |
1'he three county
the handling of all t lit» county funds I
which in this countv »mount» to ap
proxiiiiatety $135.000 per annum. The *
coin m i—éonor should l»c a man I
of hi» own bum j
nutty
who hi
made a »iicce»»
and who realises that he i» the eus j
ne»a.
«»dian of the comity** resources, and
will at all times U* careful of the coun |
tv's liability's. Mr. Andcrmin ha«* »erv«
term in this office and ha*» I »een |
f«»uml a very capahlo officer.
JOHN W. M'FALL
•<h[ ;
i
!
For Commissioner, 2nd District.
John VV Me Fall was horn and raised |
Lincoln county and i* a graduate of ;
» of j
II* i* ait active ment !
Burt-nu and a sound !
m
f Idaho, and !»
the 1 Diversity o
»»nr l*»»t farmer».
i!** r of the Farm
^ ^ ^ bu . in ^, wi |l ;
-f<> , hould ^ .. lect- to
this tiflice.
;
F W. ZIMMERMAN
For Commissioner, 3rd District.
F \V /immerninn i» another of the :
J good farmers* of the county, now aj
! land owner near Dietrich.
,
A« a good j
hutdnr*» man and »uceessful in his own
i affair» he will be a safe man on the'
Mr. !
MK>ard of county
commissioners.
i
|/iimnornmn i* niemU>r of hin local school
| hoard nml nUo of the local
highway
j boil r<J, whic h indicates that he has the
! confidence
I known.
if the people where best
J. W. LUNDIN
For Clerk of the District Court.
Mr. Lundin is a candidate to succeed
himself and therefore needs no introdu»*
tion to the vote
of the county. He ha«
made an enviable record in the office
i»f clerk and ex-officio
corder und it n
due him and also the people of the coun
ty that he receive a greater reward for
the
relient service he has given than
the Hina 11 salary he has
reived. Owing
the war and the fact that the clerk
t
is a member of the county exemption
board, much extra work lias fallen to this
office over what was contemplated four
years ago at the time of Mr. Lundin's
former élection. He has, however, been
painstaking and efficient and the work
of the office has been handled with dis
patch. During the last year his office
lias taken in and deposited to the credit
of Lincoln county $6,755.90.
s
WOOD RIVER CENTER GRANGE
Walter Hastings I« ill with influenza
Hattie Deck and Mrs. Will Sant mo
tored down to Hagerman Tues, and re
turned Wed. evening.
Chas. Bntler went up to the mts. to
help down with the cattle.
Mrs. Turnbull, Susie and Florence
Turnbull visited with the Harry
Turnbulls Sunday.
Mr. Butler and daughters Violet,
Florence and Hertha son Clare ice and
grandson Frank and Mrs. Viera mot
ored up to John Sims* Wed.
Miss Stella Cook called on the
Butlers Tues, evening.
Edith and 7'oy Doyle left for
Seattle.
Mrs. Sandy is on the sick list this
week.
The men brought the cattle, down
from the nits. Wed. where Lester Can
on has been taking care of them this
summer.
Cha*. Wilson left his new car out in
the cold .Sun. evening too long, and to
get even, it got peeved and quit him
up by Arthur .Silva's . Therefore Chas.
had to walk on down to Ivie's where
he was staying for the Tight. Mrs.
Ivie and Will pulled It in town the
next day with their team.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Forester who have
been staying on the Bates and Elliot
place this summer left for Portland
Thur.
Mrs. Joe Serpa is on th sick list
Miss Perl
!ef Thur. for
Butler
Mountainhome where she will work In
one of the hotels.
DIETRICH
Dietrich items, like Wilson's pol
itics. are suspended for the time be
ing at the demand of more pressing
duties claiming the attention of the re
porter. Questionnaires for the fighters.
Registration for the volenters and a
thousand other little things keep the
reporter as busy on small matters as
the President is on great ones.
The John W. Satory's family were
Wednesday informed by official tele
gram of the death of Mr. Satorie's f.ol
Satory in France on
the 4th of October, dying in the hospi
tal from pheumonia. Harry Is the first
of our »»rave Dietrich boysto pay his
dter «on, Harry
greatest of a soldier's debt.
Two others. Leslie Eddy and Lyal
Shelman have been severely wounded
perhaps maimed for life. Thus these
living and dead have well won the
love and honor of those at home for
whom they sacrificed so much.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
announce my cardicv m
l her el
the Republican ticket for the office ot
County treasurer. If elected 1 will do
vote my entire lino' to I w affairs of
the office and will servo to the best of
y 1|hm(v Your votes will he appre
cia t e d.
,
T
T. \3. BRUSH ..
Shoshone. Idaho, Oet. 31, 1918.
the Voter» of Lineoln County:
As von are perhaps aware 1 am a
didate for Prohate .Indtje of this, Lincoln
can
county, at the election to lie livid Mo
vembvr 5th. llw-in;; to the prevalence of
influenza and the danger of spreading
>, I have refrained from nmk
that disc«
>»»g a campnign ot any kind and
to the further faet that the duties of my
mg
office a» probtttt» judge of this county
require all my time, have la»»n unable
my friends throughout the
to meet
county.
As to my ability to discharge the du
ties of the office of prolate jinlgi* I refer
to any lawyer in Lincoln and adjoining
ith whom moat of the business
counties
f that office is transacted.
l have been a resident of this state
since the year 1874, served in the Civil
«r three years in the First New \ork
Have served nine years as
Dragoon».
prolmte judge of this county.
France a»
l have three sons now in
American soldiers in the terrific war now
raging in Europe.
I most respectfully »«»licit the support
of younwlf ami friend*.
Your» very truly.
J L. FULLER.
BRUSH FOR TREASURER
T. B. Brush announces In another
column his candidacy for County Tr-s •
anurer on the Republican ticket. Mi.
resident of Luvcoln
Brush has be«
Co. for a number of years and has dem
onstrated special qualifications for toe
duties of the office he seeks.
j OCTOBER, 1918, SESSION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF LINCOLN COUNTY.
First Day's Session.
Shoshone. Idaho, Oct. 14, J9I8.
this 14th day of October, 11118, in pursuant to law,
the Hoard of County Commissioner* met this day in regnh
W. f. Tapper, chairman;
commissioners, und J. \V. Lundin, clerk.
The following claims against the Current Expense Fund of the county were
examinai and allowed:
He it
emernhered that
'HHIOVJ.
, Anders Anderson,
I'resent :
Hold. I. McMah
Dina I •
lowed
( laiinaut
Allowed,
*$100.00
... 1J .00
11.20
9.10
172.00
. 83.8.1
. 3.40
. 78.70
130.40
. 2*5*5.00
. 33*5.0*5
. 110.07
. 18.5.82
. 130.00
. 08.55
. 19.00
Nature of Claim.
Mildred Larger, salary .
Nym* York Co., supplie* for
Svnis York Co., supplies lor county agent .
Hynis York Go., supplies for sheriff
Syms York Co., supplies for treasurer
Synis York Co. t supplies for clerk .
Syms York Co., supplies for sheriff ....
Synis Y 'ork Co., supplies for superintendent ...
Syms York (*>., supplies for clerk
Clarence Wheeler, board for prisoners
Clarence Wheeler, auto hire ..
Clarence Wheeler, salary .
Clarence Wheeler, expenses .
Anders Anderson, salary and auto hire .
M. fi. T. & T. Co., telephone
Dr. 0. K. Zellar, county physician
Thomas Fay, water master.
M. L Kid well, bailiff .
•L A. Armstrong, merchandise for council of defense.
». P. Ridgway, salary as secretary of council of defense.
•I. H. Mann, guard on main canal .
John Dell, guard on main canal .
Roy F. Hill, prints of .1. D. I^andsborough's daughter
Cnderwood Typewriter Co., Lincoln County's proportions
Manhattan Cafe, prisoners working on county farm
Hen Koger. guard on main canal .
Keefer & White, supplies .
Purdum & Purdum, express.
Children's Home Finding »Society, care of homeless children
Walter H. ('opp, salary and expenses .
Statesman Printing Co., supplies .
Thos. 1. McMahon, supplies ....
Sue A. Turnbull, assisting county treasurer .
essor
T
f
service
530.25
. 15.00
37.99
... 200.00
62.32
. 62.32
. 7. .50
e slum
.43
9.65
02.32
. 54.30
. 39.37
. 57.50
123.93
. 10.71
. 60.00
_ 1*5.00
Keith Horne, assisting county recorder .
Beulah Cuymon, salary ...
• F . Fa. Fuller, salary and expenses .
W. Flail Horne, registering voters .
Capital News Publishing Co., supplies .
Village of Shoshone, water . *. .
Shoshone Journal, supplies .
C. F. Borden, sash cord ....
C. F. Borden, supplies for election booth .
Bert Bowler, salary and expenses ..
K. of P. Lodge, rent of hall for primary election.
Hill Garage Co., auto hire ....
Idaho Irrigation Co., tent ... « .
Harlan D. Heist, salary and expenses .
C. B. Crother8, board of poor .
C. B. Crothers, removing sheep from river .
H. 0. Avery, salary and expense .
E. M. Walker, salary and expense .
E. A. Bowler, salary .
•Foe Reilly, salary ....
W. J. Tapper, salary and auto hire .
Hobt. J. McMahon, salary and auto hire .
North Side News, supplies .
North Side News, supplies .
Stella Cook, salary .
Win. N. Hardwick, expenses .
Stella Cook, auto hire .
Wm. N. Hardwick, auto hire .
Wm. N. Hardwick, salary . . .
. 72.00
75.00
. 100.00
. 96.80
i.2n
10.00
21.00
4.40
1.20
. 127.00
. 10.00
. 54.60
. 18.00
. 484.70
. 110.50
. 12.00
. 176.80
. 137.50
. 125.00
. 100.00
. 160.00
. 125.00
. 26.10
. 105.24
.. 83.34
. 10.45
. 132.65
. 121.24
. 50.00
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First National Hank, witness certificate
First National Hank, witness certificate
First National Hank, witness certificate
First National Hank, witness certificate
Lincoln County National Bank, jurors' certificate .
Aaron I). Fuller, salary .
J. W. Wheeler, expenses .
J. VV. Wheeler, salary ..
J. W. Lundin, salary..
J. W. Lundin, lights for eourt house .
J. W. Lundin, expenses .
i\ LeMay, guard on main canal .
Mrs. Emeline White, nursing poor .
C. F. Zellar, nursing poor . „ .
Lincoln County Times, one-half page ad.
W. E. Sinclair, delivering election returns .
W. II. Horne, services as chief clerk legal advisory board.
The claim for the Richfield Highway and Bridge in the sum of $1,100.00 was
examined and allowed.
Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter fifty-three Session Laws of the State
of Idaho for the year 1917, the State Engineer having filed with the County Re
corder a statement of the costs and expenses of constructing head gates, meas
uring devices and dams on the following property. It is hereby ordered that the
Auditor issues a warrant on the Current Expense Fund in the sum of $3.119.80 in
favor of the State of Idaho in payment of the same. It is further ordered that
the Clerk cause
7.on
26.00
4.00
5.00
. 71.50
. 100.00
. 68.02
. 125.00
. 120.83
. 20. .30
. 05.65
. 62.32
. 105.00 $105.00
50.00
. 50.00
8.00
8.00
4.00
4.00
. 38.00
38.00
notice of the amount of each claim to be sent hr registered
mail to the owners of the ditch or canal system, and in case payment is not made
then a penalty of 10% shall be added to the amount and the entire amount shall
be collected with the taxes of the owner or owners of the canal or ditch system
and the amount shall b« a lien again the property the same as State and County
taxes.
Chas. Edwards .
Chas. Edwards .
Idaho Irrigation Co.
Wm. Ca tiller .
Tom Column .
Idaho Indention Co.
Chas. O. Stratton ..
53.47
23.05 Mike Byrnes .
37*54 Big Cottonwood Canal Co.
238.21 Timothy Thomason .
74.66Idaho Irrigation Co.
16l.*50Fred Gooding .
... 419.00
80.64 Total .
The quarterly report of Harlan D. Heist, Prosecuting Attorney, is hereby
approved.
The report of Thomas Fay ns water master of the Gooding Mott ditch in the
vicinity of Shoshone. Idaho, and the report of James Devaney as water master
of the Big Wood River is hereby allowed and warrants are ordered issued to the
said water masters as shown on their official reports.
Tn the matter of the delinquent taxes on Lot 12. Block 109, Village of Jerome,
it appearing to the board that the same 1ms been erroneously assessed in the years
1914, 1915 and 1916.nnd W. J. Walker appearing before the board offered to com
1.877.79
5.00
88.92
60.03
.$3.119*80
promise by paying $16.50 for taxes for the years of 1914. 1915. 1916 and 19»7 the
said offer was accented and the Auditor is hereby ordered to redeem the said taxes
for the amount of $16.50.
VP cveunoti the board adjourned until November Ilth. 1918.
.1. A' r.l'NDlN. Clerk.
W. f. TAPPER. Clerk.
SMITH'S STATEMENT.
This fini.slies my oampaijrii for tho office of Prosecuting
Attorney of Lincoln County. Being a stranger to many of
you I have asked you to accept my own laudations as an evi
dence of my qualifications and character.
I have tried to campaign clean and will not attempt to
insert in this issue of the press any statement that my opponent
will not have the opportunity or time to refute.
Read the statement as to my qualifications under my an
nouncement. Investigate both candidates for this office at
Shoshone where we are both known, and vote your ballot on
your conviction. Tf defeated I am glad of the acquaintances
I have made ; if elected, I will serve you to the best of my
ability.
Respectfully,
' FRANK C. SMITH
Alfred Budge

Mi
Candidate for re
election as Judge
of the Supreme
Court
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