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Mountain Home\ Republican
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
Published every Friday at Mountain Home Elmore County, Idaho
GEORGE L. WHORTON, Publisher
Entered as second class matter December 11, 1916, at the postoffice at
Mountain Home, Idaho, under the Act of March 3, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICES
Per Year, *2.00; 81x Months, *1.00; Single Copy .05.
given upon request
Advertising rates
OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER
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Misses Mattie and Christine Groef
arrivale the forepart of
where
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-the week from California,
they have been teaching school and
will spend the summer vacation with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Groeif
sema.
"Sport" Faraday, hull dog of C.
B. Faraday, died last Tuesday even
ing with an overdose
Charley officiated at funeral services
Wednesday morning.
Jess Hawley, pomtnent attorney of
Boise, passed through Mountain
Home last Tuesday afternoon en
route to Atlanta on a fishing trip.
Fred Bennett purchased a new
Willys-Knlgh! sedan from John W.
Morton, the local agent, the forepart
of the past week.
Mrs. M. E. Longfellow and daugh
ter, Miss Esther, are spending a few
days viisting -with relatives at La
Grande, Oregon.
Mrs. Sarah Carnes left last Wed
nesday with Mr. and Mrs. Walt Wil
ey of Pocatello for a trip to the coast
and probably on to San Francisco.
They expect to be absent two
months.
Mrs. George Pryde with her
daughters Alberta and Ellenor of
Rock Springs, Wyoming lias been
visiting her sister, Mrs. C. E. Mason,
the week.
2.25
12.50
6.25
J. W. Woodard and sister. Mrs.
E. Evans and daughter, Mrs. John
Malloy and eon. Junior, all of Butte,
Montana, are Mountain Home visit
ors and while in this city are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wheeler.
Fay Bach, well known eon of Mr.
and Mrs. Bach, olf this city, who has
for the past several years been act
ing in capacity of elation agent for
the Oregon Short Line at Smiths
Ferry, will arrive in Mountain Home
in the near ifuture with his family
to accept the position of telegraph
operator at the local station, filling
the vacancy created by the resigna
tion of C. M. Selix.
Will Turner, of Bruneau, was
Mountain Home vlistor on Tuesday.
Mr. Turner was here to meet his
(father, John Turner, who is Just re
turning from Hot Lake. Oregon.
Aaron Goodiow expects to leave
this week for Iowa, where he will
spend several weeks Visiting with his
parents.
O. E. Norell was a business visit
or in Salt Lake City last Sunday and
Monday. Mr. Norell -was in attend
ance at the Salt Lake Agency Con
vention of the Mutual Life Insurance
Company.
Mrs. Geo. Butler was an arrival
the forepart of the past week from
Boise and on Wednesday left for
Atlanta, where she will spend the
summer months. Mr. Butler is rap
idly recovering in Boise (from the ef
fects of his recent operation and will
Join Mrs. Butler in Atlanta about
July first.
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COMMISSIONERS
PROCEEDINGS
Mountain Home, Idaho,
June 14, 1926
Pursuant to call, the Board of
County Commissioners of Elmore
County, Idaho, met in their office in
the court house, county seat, at 10
o'clock a. m.
Present S. B. Blackwell, chairman,
John F. Gaines, Horace B. Howland,
commissioners.
The following reports were, pre
sented, examined, approved atid or
dered filed:
Report of the First National Bank
of Mountain Home, Idaho, and the
Glenns Ferry Bank, Ltd., for the
month of May, of interest earned on
County monies.
Treasurer's report of operation
in funds for May, 1926.
Report of the Clerk of the Dis
trict Court and Auditor and Record
er for the month ending Mav 31,
1926.
Thereupon the following claims
were allowed, disallowed or laid over
In accordance with the (following
record:
CURRENT EXPENSE
Albert, James, juoror Justice
court .
Albert, James, witness Just
ice court .
Amunategui, Margarita.
Mother's Pension .
Burghardt, I. L.. witness jus
tice court ..
Burghardt, W. G., wituess
2.25
Justice Court .
Illurghardt, Mrs. Inez, wit
ness Justice Court .
6.25
6.25
Beach, James, juror Justice
Court .....
Beach, H. A-, special con
stable Justice Court .
Burroughs Adding Mch. Co.,
Contract upkeep & repair
adding machine .
Beckwith, R. W., prosecuting
attorney ...
Beckwith, R. W., expense ac
count .
Bender-Moss Company, Law
books law library .
Burnett, Edna Hazel, math
er's pension ..
Brooks, Grunna, mother's
pension .....
Blackwell, Samuel, water
master Cold Springs Creek 55.00
Barber, Pearl, county school
superintendent .
Barber, Pearl, expense ac
count .
Blackwell, S. B., county com
missioner .
Blackwell, S. B., expense ac
count ...
Boise Payette Lumber Co.,
coal, Mattie Roberts _
Barber, H. T.. gas and oil for
Assessor's car ...
Carrier, Mrs. C. C., witness
Justice Court .
Carrier, C. C., witness Jus
tice Court .
Christensen, Andrew, witness
Justice Court .
Carrier, C. C., witness Jus
tice Court ...
Carrier, Mrs. C. C., witness
Justice "Court .
Cotton, E. O., Juror Justice
Court .
Casey, Jennie H., contract
care of County Indigent .... 205.55
Crabb, Charles, janitor for
2.25
8.00
29.25
100.00
4.25
10.00
15.00
10.00
100.00
7.07
58.33
6.00
6.76
25.37
7.25
7.25
12.50
7.25
7.25
2.25
Court House ....
Denton, John, Juror's certi
ficate .
Daniel. Esther L., clerk Au
ditor's office .
Edwards, Mrs. Blanche, con
tribution for support .
Fountain, W. W., deputy
sheriff ..
Faraday, C. B., gas, oil, re
pairs for agent's car .
Faraday, C. B., gas, oil, re
pairs for Assessor's car ....
Faraday, C. B., sheriff's car
Field, Milo, Juror Justice
Court .—
Gullins, Erik, refund taxes.. 3.52
Glenns Ferry Mercantile Co.,
Supplies furnished Mrs.
Brady .
Glenns Ferry Gazette, publi
cation herd District No
tice .
Groves, Wm., juror Justice
Court .
Gaines, John F., county com
missioner .
Gaines, John F., expense ac
count .
Horgan, John, juror Justice
Court .
Himebaugh, E.. Juror Jus
tice Court .:.
Home Lumber & Coal Co.,
coal Court House ..
Horgan, John, drayage . 4.75
Hendricks, Chris, Sr., Juror
Justice Court .
Hobbs. F. M., Auditor &
Recorder .
Hobbs, F. M., expense ac
count .
Hyde, Bessie Eva, mother's
- pension .
Hennes, Belle, mother's pen
sion .
Howland, H. B.. county com
n?|tesioner j,.,.,.
Howland, H. B., expense ac
count .
Hendricks, Chris, Jr., deputy
Assessor .-.
Hendricks, Chris, Jr., expense
account ...
Idaho Power Company, light
and Power Court House .. 19.86
Jayne, John W., sharpening
lawn mowers .
Jesness, P. M., expense and
salary County Agent .
Kunnecke, Walter. Juror
Justice Court .
Kelley, Vern, Juror Justice
Court ..
Kite, J. .B„ gas and repairs
Assessor's Car .
Kite, J. B., gas and tire Sher
iff's car I.-.-.
Morgan, Elizabeth, clerk As
sessor's office .
Magden, Minnie, mother's
pension .—
McEaehern, J. A., Juror Jus
tice Court ...
McEaChern, J. A., witness
Justice Court .
McGrath, George, Juror Jus
tice Court .
McWilliams, Frank, Juror
Justice Court ...
McLaughlin, Mary C.. coun
ty Treasurer .
MoLaughlin, Mary C., ex
pense account ...
Manion, W. H., probate
judge .
Mountain Home Republican,
printing and supplies El
more county ...
Manion, W. H., stamps Pro
bate Judge's office .
Nordyke, W. J., Juror Jua
tice Court ..
Novak, J. P., labor plumb
ing Court House .
Orton, Otis, Juror Justice
Court . . ..
O'Neill, J. A., deputy treas
75.00
2.25
90.00
30.00
130.00
49.53
26.89
44.96
2.25
15.00
. 12.96
2.25
58.33
21.00
2.25
2.25
8.00
2.25
150.00
8.40
. 15.00
15.00
... 58.33
7.15
115.00
21.50
3.00
86.05
2.25
2.25
48.65
25.52
100.00
15.00
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
133.33
3.95
83.33
.... 284.33
2.50
2.25
11.00
2.25
115.00
30.00
13.00
2.25
7.55
125.00
40.96
100.00
urer .
Rainey, Pdarl L., mother's
pension ...
Sillivan, Luella, services De
partment of Education .
Strain, Pauline, special serv
ices County Supt.
Smith, Katie Brady, extra
help County Supt. office ....
Stafford, W. A., juror Justice
Court ..
Smith, Roscoe W., Co., medi
cines County Indigent .
Smith, Marie A., deputy Au
ditor and Recorder .
Stevens, Arthur A., sheriff .. 141.66
account .
Syms-York Company, supplies
County Auditor's Office .... 23.47
Sethen, Jennie, Jr. Deputy
Auditor's office
2.00
2.00
Tingwall Stores Co., supplies
Mrs. Mattie Roberts, Apr.
and May .
Tate, Mrs. Flora, mother's
pension .
Trathen, Thomas, county As
sessor .
Trathen, Thomas, expense ae
Stevens, Arthur A., expense
count .
Tallent, Luke, Juror Jus
tice Court . t .
Village of Glenns Ferry, Wa
ter rental for Mrs. Mattie
Roberts .
Village of Mountain Home,
Opening graves Pat Shea
and N. Davidson .
Village of Mountain Home,
water for Court House .
Williams, Arthur, Bailiff Jus
tice Court .
Williamson, A. H., Assignee
F. A. Goforth, Juror Jus
tice Court .
Warren, C. G., Juror Justice
Court .
Whitney, Phelps, Juror Jus
tice Court ...
West Publishing Oo., law
books .
Wetherell, Helen M., special
services County Supt. Office
Williamson, A. H., jailor serv
ices ..
Yturri, Joe, Juror Justice
Court .
Zacher, G. C., Juror Justice
Court .
Zacher, G. C., burial of Nor
man Davidson .
Montgomery Bliink & Co.,
supplies for Abbott family
Montgomery Blunk & Co.,
supplies Court House .
ROAD FUND
Anderson, Dick, road work
singlehanded District No.
40.61
20.08
133.33
17.80
2.25
2.50
20.00
6.15
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
15.00
4.00
93.00
2.25
2.25
50.00
9.36
2.09
12.00
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Caldwell, John W., road sup
plies District No. 2 .
Coder, Birt, road work sin
glChanded District No. 1....
Eckert, Amos H., rent of En
gine Road District No. 2 82.50
Eckert, Maurice, labor Road
District No. 2 .
Eckert, Amos H., labor and
team hire Road District
No. 2 .
Grant, R., road work man
and team District No. 1 .. 294.00
Howard, Albert, road work
singlehanded District No.
29.75
8.00
19.25
183.50
16.00
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Howard, Otis, road work sin
glehanded District No. 1 .. 112.00
Howard, John, road work
singlehanded District No.
92.00
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Howard-Cooper Corporation,
Supplies Road District No.
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House, M. E., blacksmithing
District No. 1 .
Hill City Auto Co., gas and
oil Road District No. 2 .... 49.95
Johnson, Warren, labor and
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SENATOR BORAH
There Is No Law To Stop You
—from getting your favorite drink at our Fountain.
Drop in and order a big tall Soda or a Malted
Milk and your thirst will disappear.
Special equipment has been installed to provide
our patrons with a better service.
We serve delicious Lunches, Sodas, Sundaes,
Candy and Cigars.
Headquarters for sporting Goods, Radios and
Radio supplies.
BROWN'S CIGAR STORE
team hire Road District
No. 3 .
Mouser, Melvin, labor Road
District No. 2 .
Nixon, Wm. A., road work
singlehanded District No. 2 5.25
Pierce, R. <3,, supplies Road
District No. 1 .
Roberts, Ed., labor Road Dis
| trict No. 3, March .
Roberts, Ed., road district
No. 3, labor ..
Riverside Store, supplies Road
District No. 3 .
Smith, Dan, labor Road Dis
trict No. 3 .
Stevens, Frank E., supplier
Road District No. 3 .
Stewart, James, Powder for
Road District No. 3 ..
Stokes, Maurice, labor and
team hire District No. 2... 6.00
Stokes, Loyd, labor and team
hire Road District No. 2.... 11.00
Stokes, Oren, labor Road Dis
trict No. 2 .i.
White, George, labor Road
District No. 2 ...
Montgomery Blunk & Oo.,
Supplies Road Districts
Nos. 1 and 3 ...
James O'Neill,
273.76
35.00
2.80
7.00
102.00
8.05
110.00
4.10
13.13
3.50
.. 46.50
. 13.60
Deputy County
Tax Collector, appeared before the
Board in behalf of Ralph and Rol
lte Pierce, requesting the cancella
tion olf the assessment of 5 milk
cows for the year 1922 for the rea
son that said cows were included in
their assessment as range cows and
were range cows broken to milk. Be
ing assessed as milk cow constitutes
a double assessment of this proper
ty for said year.
Therefore the Board ordered 1922
certificate No. 6022, -which certifi
cate covers only the said 5 milk
cows, cancelled.
Tax receipts No. 4175 for the year
192 5 was made up and entered as
66c. This was one among the many
So Addition to Hammett lots, which
bore Improvements and therefore the
tax charge against same was $13.86.
The collection (for this receipt, how
ever, having been made for only 66c
the County Treasurer requested
credit for *13.20.
It was therefore the order of the
Board that Tax Receipt No. 4175 for
1925 be credited with *13.20 and
by virtue of these facts that the as
sessor be instructed to double as
sess Lot 8, Block 35, South Addition
to Hammett ifior year 1926
Tax Receipts No. 2126 for year
1921 covered property for which fin
al proof was not made in sufficient
time to become assessable fop said
year 1921, and therefore tax col
lector made request for cancellation
of said tax.
It is the order o|f the Board, in
accordance with advice, that delin
quency certificate'No. 2126 for
1921 be and the same hereby is
celled.
The State of Idaho having become
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the owner of the NIE
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North, Range 5 East, B. M., in
year 1920.
Therefore delinquency certificates
Nos. 2097 and 2099 for year 1922
covering the assessment of same
property for year 1922, is hereby
dered cancelled.
Delinquency certificate No. 296
year 1922, was cancelled by
Board for the reason that Louise
Strait, the owner of same, was a wid
ow and failed to receive a widow's
exemption for said year.
Delinquency certificate No. 362
year 1925 cancelled by the Board
the ground that the assessment con
stituted a part of the assessment
a widow on which she should have
received a widow's exemption
said year 1925, which credit failed
to pass due to an error in the initial
of the party.
The Oregon Short Line Railroad
Oo. were aaseesed for the year 1922
with Tax Number 5, Section 28.
Twp. 5 So., Range 10 East B. M. The
above Company presented a request
tor the cancellation of this tax based
on the fact that the same was a part
of their operating property and
therefore assessed by the State Board
oc Equalization, which fact their cor
respondents recited the assessor ac
knowledged.
Therefore the Commissioners or
dered cancellation of delinquency
certificate No. 1505 for year 1922,
which certificate covers the assess
ments of above property for said
year.
The Board ordered concellation of
the improvement assessed on Lot 1,
block 44, South Addition to Ham
mett for year 1925 based on report
of the Assessor that there were no
improvements on said lot, covered by
tax receipt No. 4344 year 1925.
Chris Hendricks, deputy assessor,
appeared In behalf of E. P. Money re
questing cancellation of the 1925
tax on mining machinery from the
fact that said property was not in
the county on the second Monday of
January of said year.
Therefore the Commissioners or
dered cancellation of tax receipt No.
5842 for 1925.
Dr. W. A. Sullivan o,f the U. S.
Bureau of Animal Industry appeared
before the Board explaining the
economic advantages of a test of the
cattle of the county for tuberculo
sis as the same applied to the health
and welfare of the public as well as
the financial advantage. Dr. Sulli
van explained that in his judgment
the cost of such a test in Elmore
County would run around *500.00.
The Commissioners at this time,
however, took the matter of a tuber
culosis test of the cattle of Elmore
County,, both as to dairy and range
cattle, under advisement.
This being the day and hour set
for the hearing of the qualified elec
tors with regard to the creation of
a herd district near Hill City on Big
Camas Prairie.
Thereupon the Board examined the
records filed in this matter and found
that both proof Of posting and proof
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person to offer protest to the forma
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were effected which was satisfactory
to tùe majority,
The Board being fully advised in
the premises, upon motion duly put
and carried, ordered that a herd dis
trict, the bounaries of which are
hereinafter set foTth and described
be and the same hereby is ordered
created and established.
That, in accordance with the pray
er of the petition herein, all horses,
mules, cattle, asses, swine, sheep
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DR. 0. P. HAMILTON
Physician and Surgeon
X-Ray and Electrical Treatments
Telephone 87
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JOSEPH R. NUMBERS, M. D.
BOISE, IDAHO
Specialist in treatment of
RECTAL DISEASES
Hermorrhoids, Fissure, Fistula
Offlci Phone 23
Res. 173
DR. T. E. EVANS
District Surgeon O. S. L. R. S.
Mountain Home, Idaho
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Osteopathic Physician
Hours 10 to 12 and 2 to 5
Bailey Building
DR. E. F. EICKNELL
Dentist
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