OCR Interpretation


Mountain Home Republican. [volume] (Mountain Home, Idaho) 1915-1946, December 11, 1915, Image 2

Image and text provided by Idaho State Historical Society

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86091059/1915-12-11/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

The Store
of
Practical Gifts
T he spirit oi service has never
been better demonstrated in the
Live store than it now is in our
showing of practical Christmas
Gifts for Men, Young Men and
Boys.
Suits and Overcoats
810-840
. )
*
Shirts
Underwear,
Sweater Coats
Hosiery
Handkerchiefs
Fancy Vests
Neckties
Smoking Jackets
Pajamas
Night Shirts
Bathrobes
Gloves
Hats
Boxed Holiday Set
I
li
1
Ml'
%

ISil
w
'
All Holiday Goods Come in Neat
Holoday Boxes
!
1.
ii'
lit 1
lit
ECKTSEIN BROS.
CLOTHES OE QUALITY
COPYRIGHT IBIR
■>
TH ~ ..
-IMVR
Village Proceedings
Moauntaln Home, Idaho, Nov. 24th,
1915.
The Board of Trustees of the Vil
lage of Mountain Home, Idaho, met
in special called session on Novem
ber 24th, 1915, at eight o'clock P.
M. for the purpose of hearing and
considering objection to the assess
ment roll as filed with the Villlage
Clerk by the Sewer Committee, by
I lie parties, or any party aggrieved
by said assessment. Said meeting
b ing in pursuance of the following
duly published call:
Notice of Assessment.
Notice is hereby given that the
Sewer Committee of the Villlage of
Mountain Home, Idaho, has certified
to the Board of Trustees of said
Village an assessment roll for Lucid
Sewerage Improvement District No.
1, of said Village of Mountain Home,
which assessment roll was filed with
the Village Clerk an the 6th day of
November, 1915, and is now on file
in the office of said Village Clerk.
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of Trustee® of said Village
of Mountain Home, on the 24th day
of November, 1915, at a meeting to
be held at the Board rooms in said
Village at 8 o'clock in the evening
of said day, will hear and coonsider
objections to said assessment roll by
the parties, or any party aggrieved by
said assessment.
Dated this 6th day of November,
1915.
Attest:
F. G. Ticknor,
Clerk.
Notice of Assessment.
Notice is hereby gliven that the
Sewer Committee of the Village of
Mountain Home, Idaho has certified
to the Board of Trustees of said]
Village, an assessment roll for Local
Sewerage improvement District No. 2,
of said Village of Mountain Home,
which assessment roll was filed with
the Village Clerk on the 6th day of,
November, 1915, and is now on file
to the office of said Village Clerk.
Notice is hereby given that the
Board off Trustees of said Village
of Mountain Home, on 'the 24th day
of November, 1916, at a meeting to
be held at the Board rooms in said
village at 8 o'clock in the evening ofi
said day, will hear and consider objeo*
dons to said assessment roll by the
Stanton Park,
Chairman.
parties, or any party aggrieved by
said assessment.
Dated this 6th day of November,
1915.
Attest:
trie Investment Co.
Mr. Howie acting as attorney for]
the first five protest ante above
ordertd corrected.
Electric Companies,
It was moved by Weed that the
assessments against the franchises of
the said companies be stricken off the
Stanton Park,
F. G. Ticknor,
Olerk.
Chairman.
Ttie following members were pres
ent, Park, Harmon, Johnson, Weed
and Sullivan.
The following proceedings were had.
to-wit:
Protests had been received and
were on file with the Clerk, from
Ada E. Howie, A. B. Farnsworth, H.
H. Eaton, Alina G. Corker, C. E.
Corker, The Great Shoshone and Twin
Falla Water Power Co. and the Ida
ho Power and Light Co. for the Elec-!
named, asked to have permission to
correct the protest filed for Ada E.
Howie in paragraph 3 near the end
of said protest, said correction being!
to change the reading where It said
"said Lots 1 and 2" and made to read
"said lands." Permission was granted
to make correction.
Mr. Howie and Mr. Corker then ad
dressed the Board to support of said
first five protests filed with the
Clerk. Mr. Howie admitted that said
protests were practically identical and
could be heard together.
Mr. Johnson moved that the as
sessment roll as prepared by the
Sewer Committee on the Lots and
Parcels of Land covered by the pro
t sts of Ada E. Howie, A. B. Farns
worth, H. H. Eaton,Alma G. Gorker
and C. E. Corker, be allowed to
stand as filed with the Village Clerk.
Motion seconded by Harmon.
On call of the roll on the motion,
the following members voted "Yes,"
Park, Harmon, Johnson, Sullivan, Weed
Whereupon the Chairman declared
the motion carried.
Through an error of the Sewer
Committee a double assessment was I
made on page 62, on. the assess-'
inent of the G. S. and T. F. W. P,
Co. in District No. 1, and this
was
Mr. E. C. Kiersted appeared be
fore the Board nd ddresaod them to
support of the protests
for the
assessment roll. Motion lost for want
of a second.
It was moved by Harmon and sec
onded by Johnson that the assess

ment roll as filed 1 by the Sewer Com
! miftee in so far as the
same per
tains to the G. S. & T. F. W. P, Co,
a,1< * Idaho Power and Light Co.
be approved.

j On call of the roll on the motion,
the following members voted "Yes:"
Park, Harmon, Johnson, Sullivan.
Weed voted no.
Wher upon the chairman declared
the motion carried.
It was moved by Harmon and sec
1 ^ Johnson that the
ment roll as prepared and filed by
assess
lhe Sewer Committee with the Olerk,
lor Local Sewerage I improvement Dis
trict No. 1, be and the same is here
by approved.
\On call of the roll on the motion,
the following members voted "Yes."
Pat'.:, Harmon, Johnson, Sullivan..
Weed voted "No."
Whereupon the chairman declared
^ le motion carried.
It was moved by Harmon and sec
ottded by Johnson that the assess
ment roll as prepared and filed with
the Village Clerk by the Sewer Com
mittee, for Local Sewerage Improve
ment District No 2, in the Village of
Mountain Home, Idaho, be and 1 the
same is hereby approved.
On call of the roll on the motion,
the following members voted "Yes."
Park, Weed, Harmon, Johnson, Sul
livan.
.
The minutes of the last regular
meeting were read and approved.
The following claims against the
village on file with the clerk were! at
Whereupon the Chairman declared
the motion carried.
On motion duly made, put and car
ried the Board adjourned.
Attest:
i'\ G. Ticknor,
Clark.
Approved:
Stanton Park.
Chairman.
M >untaln Home, Idaho, November
1st, 1915.
The Board of Trustees of the Vil
lage of Mountain Home, Idaho, met
lin r , wla r session on Monday eve
ning November let, with the follow
ing members present, Park, Harmon,
Johnson and Weed. Sullivan absent.
The following proceedings were
had to-wit:
read, considered and ordered paid.
General Fund.
Q 8 ft T f IV P Co., Light
and heat, fire station, . .$
S. T. N. Smith, land for sower
disposal
M S T & T Co., phone service 1 76
El. Dev. League, rent of coun
cil chamber.
W. A. Stafford, labor, sewer
committee.
A. 0. Long, 500 feet fire hose 500 00
Jas. P. Tye, salary as marshal 75 00
Arch Cunningham & Co., print
ing plans & specifications
F. G. Ticknor, salary as clerk 15 00
J. G. Wa/tts, sal. its Atty. 25 00
A. F. Anderson, sa.l as Treas 20 00
El ctric Investment Co. sup
plies and power
0 00
250 00
10 00
3 75
42 00
6 55
Street Fund.
W. R. Munson, gravel and
hauling.
John Morgan, Dray age.
Frank Hendricks, salary as
street commissioner.
A. R. McDonald, supplies ..
O S & T F W P Oo„ street
lights.
Chas. McGrath, labor.
John W. Morton, sprinkling
streets.
219 00
4 75
75 00
5 00
214 90
5
00
72 00
Water Fund
F. G. Ticknor, salary and
postage.
Geo. McGrath, labor.
8 S ft T F IV P Co. pump
station.
W.K. Wilson, salary as Supt.
It was moved by Johnson amdi sec
onded by Hannon, 4>ht the bills be al
lowed as read and ordered paid. On
call of the roll, Park, Weed, Har
mon, and Johnson voted ''Yes.'' Sul
livan absent.
The monthly report of the Treas
urer was read and accepted and
ordertd placed on file.
The water Supt. reported that
the water supply was getting rather
low and that he would advise being
as economical as' possible with it.
17 50
9 70
18 37
83 33
It was moved by Harmon and sec
onded
sprinkling be shut off for this season
Motion carried.
Mr. Miller
by. Wetd. that the street
before the
appeared
boa d and asked that a cement sidewalk
be ordered in on the southeast side
of the Baptist church.
It was moved by Harmon and sec
onded by Weed that a cement walk
be ordered in on the southeast side
of the Baptist church as prayed for.
Motion, carrried.
Mr. Hiller asked that permission
be granted him to allow the pop
corn wagon to stand on the street
where , it is at present located with
out paying a license until Dec. 1st,
1915. On condition that he does not
open up for business.
It was moved by Harmon, and sec
onded by Johnson that permission be
granted. Motion carried.
It was moved by Weed and second
ed by Harmon that the marshal be in
structed to collect from A. R. Cald
weill the past due license for the
Opera House in full. On call of the
roll, Harmon, Weed and Johnson
voted "Yes," Park voted "No." Sul
livan absent. Whereupon th * Chair
man declared the motion carried.
No*e: The bill allowed Arch Cun
ningham for $42.00 for printing sewer
plans and specifications, the bill of
S. T. N. Smith for land for sewer
disposal works and the bill of W. A.
Stafford for labor for Sewer Com
mittee, is to be paidi from the Gem
eral fund, said fund to be reimbursed
from the money received from sale
of the sewer bonds as soon as the
same is available.
1293 75.
at
be
of
3
to
Full amount,
a
Moved by Johnson and seconded
by Weed that the attorney be In
structed to draft an ordinance where
by the Volunteer Firemen to good
standing may be reimbursed for the
payment of their Poll Tax. Motion
carried.
Ordinance No..167 was then brought
up and given its second reading to
full.
18
tain
of
are
a
on
1915,
the
vited
Ordinance No. 158 was then brought
up and given its second reading to
full.
Ordinance No. 159 was then intro
duced and given its first reading in
full. It was moved by Weed and
seconded by Johnson that the rules
be suspended, and that Ordinance No.
159 be read the second time by
title, then read the third time
to full and placed upon its final pas
sage. On call of the roll the follow
ing members voted Yes, Park, Har
mon, Sullivan, Johnson, Weed where
upon the Chairman declared the mo
tion carried.
Ordinance No. 169 was then read
the second time by title, then read
the third time, in full and placed up
on its final passage. The question
. „ .. . .. „ ,. ^ .. at
being: on the adoption of the Ordi
A1 * , .
nance, the following members voted ford
1 es. Park, Weed, Johnson, Sulli- est
van and Harmon. Whereupon the of
Chairman declared the ordinance No.
169 adopted. nessv
A petition was received by the on
Central Garage Co. asking for per
mission to install a gasolene pump
the curb lllie hi front of the day
building known as the Central Ga- at
age on lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, of Block
Mrs.
NO ALUM-NO PHOSPHATE
!aRgww<
BAKING POWDER
Made from Cream of Tartar
Absolutely Pure
l, the Village of Mountain Home.
Permission was granted.
A petition to have a street light
installed
at the corner of Bailey
Street and Adams Ave. was received,
signed by J. W. Bailey and eleven
other residents in that vicinity.
Moved by Weed and seconded by
Johnson that action on the petition
be deferred until the next regular
meeting. Motion carried.
Moved by Johnson and seconded
by Harmon that the Clerk be author
ized to instruct the water Supt. to
came the water to be shut off from
users who are three month® la ar
rears with their water bills, and that
the account be turned over to the
Village attorney for collection. Mo
tion carried.
Moved by Weed and seconded by
Johnson that an audit of the water
books of the Village be ordered
and the clerk be instructed to as
certain, if possible the cost. Mo
tion carried.
The committee appointed to deter
mine the amount of damage to be
allowed Mr. Geo. Allen, on account of
an injury received by a member of
his family in a runaway, if any, re
ported that in their opinion no dam
ages should be allowed.
Moved by Sullivan and seconded
by Harmon that the report of the
committee be adopted. Motion car.
ried.
Attest:
F. G. Ticknor,
Clerk.
Approved:
Stanton Park,
Chairman.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
The Board of Trusters of the Vil
lage of Mountain Home, Ida. will re
ceive bids for the digging of a well
at the pumping station, said well to
be fifteen feet (15) to diameter and
from twenty-five (25) to thirty feet
(30) in depth. These bids are for
excavation, only, and are to be to the
hands of the Village Clerk not later
than eight o'clock P. M. on Friday
evening, Dec. 17th' 1915.
The Board reserves the right to re
ject any and aLl bids.
F. G. TICKNOR,
Clerk.
Resllution -By the Board of Trustees.
RESOLVED; That iit is the sense
of this Board of Trustees of the
Village of Mountain Home, Idaho,
that for the purpose of improving the
sanitary condition of said Village, that
Sanitary Improvement
District, to be known as District No.
3 shall be established ini saidi Village
to be comprised of the following ter
ritory:
a Lateral
Block C. 9, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17,
18 of the 'Original Townsite of Moun
tain Home, Ida.
Block 23, Linton's Addition.
Block 26, Norell's Addition.
Block 1, Colthoap's Addition.
Block 1, Daniels' Addition.
Blocks 1 and 2, Chabots Addition.
Block 16, College Addition.
And the acreage lands lying south
of Block 1, Colthorp's Addition which
are in Section 25.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that
special meeting of the Board of
Trustees be held in the Board rooms
on Friday evening, December 17th,
1915, at eight o'clock, at which all
the property owners in the above de
scribed district are respectfully in
vited to be present for a general dis
cussion of the subject.
Attest:
F. G. Ticknjor,
Olerk.
Undertaker's Note,
Walla Wa,la ' Wash.-Sacred music
funeral services, played on a phono
. . _ l* * llM .. F . #
graph, for those who are unable to af
ford more expengtve muBic , l8 the lat
est innovation of the undertakers. One
the machines, with a program of
records, was purchased by the Hen
nessv Bros, and will be used from now
whenever the opportunitj ofTera.
-— R.
Miss Emma Jacobson arrived Fri
day from Ogden for a weeks visit
the home of her parents, Mr. and
' |
Stanton Park,
Chairman.
as
Mrs. Henry Jacobson.
TRAIN SCHEDULE
East Bound.
.. .. 6:40 a. m.
.. .. 2:32 p. m.
.. .. 10:00 p. m.
No. IS ..
No. 4 ..
No. 4 ..
Wnt Bound.
._ ..3:21 p. m.
.. l«M a. in.
.. 4:64 p. is
No. 19..
No. 17.
No. 6 Fiat 14 Ail
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEW8
Mrs. John Pinkston and Mrs. H. H.
Miller were Boise visitors from Tues
day till Thursday.
Mrs. H. H. Miller came over from
Bruneau Monday for a week's visit
with her mother, Mr®. John Pinkston.
Pure Jersey milk and Iresh blitter
milk delivered at,your door.
Mrs. Hattie Stanfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jacobson and
daughter, Emma, visited from Mon
day till Wednesday with another
daughter, Mrs. N. P. Anderson and
family at Caldwell, Idaho.
Called by the serious illness of her
mother, Mrs. Pred Bennett left Sat
urday for Dillon, Montana,, Mr. Ben
nett informs us that the mother is
improving but that his wife will be
gone until after Christi
!t
Mrs. John Pinkston and son Geo.
returned Saturday from a weeks visit'
with relatives in Bruneau where they
also attended the funeral of Mrs. Rober
son.
Miss Maude Hanley has accepted
the position of stenographer for
County Attorney, Dan McLaughlin,
succeeding Miss Dora Ottenhermer
who resigned to become the bride of
Ed Goddard.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Lynch came
down Friday evening for the week
end from Sunny side where Mr. Lynch
is teaching. Mr. Lynch will return
for duty Monday while Mr®. L. tar
ries with her sister, Mrs. Frazier a
few days until the baby recuperates
from the effects of a bad cold.
Mrs. Farris who has been conduct
ing study classes for the ladies In
the afternoon has proven herself to
be a teacher of worth. She has
brought to many a lady a new vision
of her possibilities. She leaves
Mountain Home with a host of our '
mothers and Jadies praising God for
her inspiration and life.
W. C. T. U. NOTES.
Regular meetitog of the W, C. T.
U. was held with Mrs. Daisy Hall
Tuesday afternoon November 30. A
very good attendance of members and
an interesting meeting was thereault
of it.
Plans were discussed for a public
meeting near the 1st of January, but
no definite date was set. Next! regu
lar meeting will be held with Mrs.
Frank Englehart Tuesday, December
14th. Any one who feels an. interest
in this great temperance struggle are
urged to attend.
Mr. and Mrs, H. Scales and Mrs
Scales' niece and brotherdn-law have
arrl ved from Cofw d>Alene ldaho '
an(1 have tk a en up residence on the
w. Edwards place near toown.
Mr. Scales traded
Coeur d'Alene for the Waite place
also the Edwards
tain Home.
ARMY LECTURE.
Mr. Van C. Kirkpatrick will give a
lecture on the army at the Metho
dist church on' Friday evening, De
cember 17 at 7:30.
Read what others say about the
lecture.
"A lecture well worth hearing and
every one who has an opportunity to
attend should
Brown.
do 6."—Mrs.
King
"He has a remedy for ex
isting conditions that impresses you
as sensible and practicable."—Parma
Review.
the farm at
place near Moun-

xml | txt