TO MARK GRAVE OF POE
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1 In almost every walk of life, from
those high up in the councils of the
| government to the very lowest laborer
i who earns his living by the sweat ol
the brow, the stories by Edgar Allep
[Poe have thrilled the hearts of count
less readers. Great as this American
author has become since his death,
! his remains lie in an obscure little
cemetery on Fayette street in the city
I of Baltimore, Md.
Virginia Pearson, an actress of
j prominence, has taken upon herself
i the organization of a campaign to
1 raise a fund of $10,000 with which to
1 erect a fitting memorial over the al
i most neglected grave of the great au
I Miss Pearson finds time from the
; arduous duties of her profession to
l study the lives and habits of the va
rious animals of the zoo, and very of
;ten she can be found, as the camera
l man found her here, with the ele
iphants In Central Park, N. Y„ on the
> most intimate terms with the four
GRABBED THE LADY'S HOUSE
Nevada Man Movea It Away, but Fi
nancially la Not Able to
Grass Valley, Nev.—L. L. Johnson,
a local rancher, was taken Into cus
tody by Sheriff Martin and now is
in the county Jail on a charge of steal
ing a house from Miss Eleanor Hoeft,
a Nevada City milliner. Johnson ad
mitted the theft.
Several months ago Miss Hoeft pur
chased a tract of land east of this
city. On the tract was a fair-sized
residence. A few days ago Miss Hoeft
visited her property and found the
house had disappeared.
There was no indication that it had
been destroyed by fire, so the sheriff
was notified and a search was insti
tuted. The missing house was found
on Johnson's ranch, near Marsh's
He admitted to the officers he
had torn the house down and had re
moved It p'ece by piece to his own
property, where he rebuilt it. He
stated he is not in a position to return
the house to Miss Hoeft's property.
MONEY MADE A DIFFERENCE
Man 8ent to Jail for Larceny Gan Now
Have Beat of Lawyers to
Sapulpa, Okla.—Luther Huff, who Is
now serving 20 days' sentence In the
Creek county Jail for larceny, has re
ceived word that a bachelor uncle,
named Gilmore, In Broad City, N. M.,
has died and left him a randh and
herd of cattle, valued at $31,006.
When Huff was tried a lawyer had
to be appointed to defend him, but
now lawyers are flocking to volunteer
their services to get him out of Jail.
Huff's wife, who left him when he
went to jail. Is ready to live with him
again, and he Is already drawing up
a paper to put money in trust for his
CANNON BALLS ARE STOLEN
Entire Defenses of City of Beloit.
Wis., Are Destroyed by
Beloit, Wis.—-If the United States is
thinking about declaring war, Beloit
wants the powers that bo to wait
awhile until the city is prepared. The
entire defenses of the city have been
destroyed by vandals.
I Boys have been using the cannon in
'the city park as a place to play and
the paint has been rubbed off. The
arNnunition—three cannon balls which
had been placed in a nice little heap
beside the gun—has been carried away
by souvenir hunters.
Yes, Beloit would be In a Horrible
state ot unpreparedness right now if
war should be declared.
Children Cry for Fletcher's
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The Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
- and has been made under his per
sonal supervision sinee its infancy.
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Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
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ITAUH COMIHIIV, HI. VOIK CITY,
How to Avoid Condition Brought
About by Overeating.
Plenty of Vigorous Outdoor Exercise
Will Help Digestive Organs As
similate Fooa—Better Than
By IRENE WESTON.
O MANY people habitually feel
more or less out-of-sorts for the
few days following Christmas that
Christmas ailments have come to be
recognized as a necessary aftermath
of the festivities.
Of course, the children will always
overeat themselves; it they were not
allowed to eat all sorts of indigestible
things, they would feel they were be
ing cheated out of halt the joy of the
gay Christmas season. As a matter of
fact, it is not the children at all who
make up the bulk of sufferers from
Christmas complaints. It is the grown
ups who, simply through carelessly
neglecting to subscribe to one simph
rule of health, frequently find them
selves more or less unhappy inside,
and more tired aud run down physical
ly at the end of the Christmas holi
days than before tham.
Of course, children do overeat them
selves more often than grown people.
They rejoice, however, in the posses
sion of powers of recuperation which
grown-ups, even tn the prime of life,
can only look back on with envy. Too
much plum pudding, too many sau
sages with turkey, too many sweets
between meals, may bring on a sharp
digestive upset, tftit in a few hours all
traces of it iiave disappeared, and the
one-time sufferer is soon eager for
more of the rich foods which caused
With grown people, after-Christmas
ailments are not so much due to indis
criminate eating of indigestible foodu
as to an utter neglect of any precau
tions to adapt their systems to the
new conditions which reign during the
Take the ciiBe of the average father
of a family who leaves all office work
behind. How does the change affect
him? In the first place, the dull mo
notony of his days is broken in upon
and his brain can relax from the high
pressure of the office. This much, of
course, is a change In the right direc
tion. All work and no play makes
Jack a dull boy physically as well as
mentally. At the same time, however,
staying at home has drawbacks of Its
own, for It means less exercise, which
In Its turn should suggest a cutting
down of the food supplied to the body.
Too much food and too little exer
tion are almost certain to upset the di
gestion and clog up the various organs
whose duty it is to separate the waste
matters from the good In the food we
eat and rid the body of those poison
The remedy is perfectly simple.
There is no need to stint yourself of
the good things of the table. Eat.
drink and be morry, within fair mod
eration, of course. However, you must
help your digestive organs by taking
plenty of vigorous outdoor exercise.
A two hours' walk before the mid
day meal, a round of golf or some oth
er outdoor game with the children in
midafternoon, and a brisk two-mile
walk in the half-hour before the eve
ning meal will be found worth more
than any amount of doctor's prescrip
tions directed towards relieving the
first symptoms of biliousness, the
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I Order to Show Cause Why Munlng
Property Should Not Be Sold.
In the Probate Court of Elmore
County. State of Idaho,
la the Matter of the Estate of Martin
ON HEADING AND FILING THE
PETITION of William A. Nixon, ad
ministrator of the estate of Martin
Kirby, deceased, and praying among
o her tilings for the sale of the min
ing property belonging to the said
estate to pay claims which have been
allowed against said estate for which
there are no funds to pay, and it ap
pearing to the court that the peti
tion is In proper form and that said
natter is properly before this court,
IT IS ORDERED, That all persons
interested in the estate of the said
Martin Kirby, deceased, be and ap
pear l>efore the Probate Court in and
for said Elmore county at the court
room of sa'd court, in Mountain
Home, in said Elmore county, on the
18th day of December, 1!H5, at 10
o'clock A. M., then and there to
show cause why an order of sale
should not be made for the sale of
the mining property belonging to
said estate described as follows:
United Mining Claim, Fourth of
July Mining Claim, Tariff M.inig
Claim, Blue Bell Mining Claim, all
located in Hear Creek Mining Dis
trict, Elmore County, Idaho, for a
more specific description reference
is hereby made to the location no
tices of said claims, mines or lodes,
recorded in the Recorder's office of
said county and state.
It is further ordered that a copy
of this order be published for three
weeks, before the said
18th day of December, 1915, in the
Elmore County Republican, a news
paper printed and published in the
said Elmore county.
P. H. GRAY,
Judge of Probate.
Dated November 20, 1915.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
the assessment roll for Local Sanitary
Sewerage Improvement District No.
2, of the Village of Mountain Home,
as approved by the Board of Trustees
of said Village on the 24th day of
November, 1915, has been placed in
the hands of the Village Treasurer
for collection. Any assessment there
in may be paid at any time within
thirty days from the date of the
first publication of this notice with
out penalty, interest, or costs.
Haled Ibis 27th day of November,
A. F. ANDERSON,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
tlie assessment roll for Local Sewer
age Improvement District No. 1, of
the Village of Mountain Home, as
approved by the Board of Trustees of
said Village on the 24th day of No
vember, 1915, has been placed In the
hands of the Village Treasurer for
collection. Any assessment therein
may be paid at any time within thirty
days from the date of the first pub
lication of this notice without pen
alty, interests or costs.
Dated this 27th day of Nvember,
A. F. ANDERSON,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Boise, Idaho, Novem
ber 29, 1915.
is hereby given that
Oliver C. Emmons, of Sunnyside, Ida
ho, who, on June 1, 1910, made Home
stead Entry, No. 09248, for NE*4, Sec
cioon 8, Township 2 South, Kangs 5
East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make five year proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before W. C. Howie, U.
S. Commissioner, at his office, at
Mountain Home, Idaho, on the 15th
day of January, 1916.
Claimant names as witnesses;
Ery A. Wllmot, Frank D. Fluharty,
lohn W. Hice, James A. Dexter, all
of Sunnyside, Idaho.
FRAiNK S. HEER,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Boise, Idaho, Decem
ber 2nd, 1915.
NOTICE is hereby given that
Frank R. Earl, of Mountain Home,
Idaho, who, on March 7th, 1910, made
Desert Entry, No. 08422, for SE>4
SW>4. Section 33, Township 4 S.,
Range 3 E. Boise Meridian,, has filed
notice of intention to make final
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before W. C. Howie,
U. S. Commissioner, at Mountain
Home, Idaho, on the 12th day of Jan
Claimant names as witnesses:
Fred C. Hopkins, Oral Hopkins,
Henry Jacobson, William H. Rogers,
ill of Mountain, Home, Idaho.
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