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j ELMORE COUNTY, IDAHO. Elmore County Official Paper. a Q. M. PAYNE, MABEL L. PAYNE, ) > Proprietors. Editors Mountain Home, Jan. 5, 1899. The Florida Legislature is some thing of a curiosity. It has 32 sen ators and 68 representatives, and every mother's eon is a Democrat. A noted palmist declares that a young women with a long thumb will have her own way He is right. So will a short-thumbed woman savs the Indianapolis Journal. To insure a lmppy new year, keep the livei clear and the body vigorous by using DeWitt's Little Early Kisers, the famous little pills for constipation and liver troubles. Smith's Pharmacy. Lieutenant Hobson telegraphed a statement East before he sailed for Manila sharply denying the stories about his "kissing bees." He savs the facts have been greatly exagger ated. The probabilities are that Hobson has been grossly lied about. La Grippe is again epidemic. Every precaution should tie taken to avoid it. Its specific cure is One Minute Cough Cure. A. J. Shepherd, Pub lisher Agricultural Journal and Adver tiser, Eiden, Mo., says: "No one will be disappointed in using one Minute Cough Cine for La Grippe." Pleasant to take, quick to act. Smith's Phar macy. The Ogden Standard says that the Mormon church is in need of money. The Reno Journal asks who ever knew a church that wasn't ? It requires coin to run a church as well as a printii.g office, and there are a whole lot of folks who their gospel as they do their paper reading. Food dees more harm than good when not digested. Cure digests what you eat. vents wasting diseases and cures stomach troubles. It cures indiges tion, sour stomach and belching, and allows a worn lit stomach rest. It acts instantly. Smith's Pharmacy. The number of men employed by the various mining companies in Butte City, Montana, on December 15, 1898, was as follows: Anaconda Copper Mining company, 3336; Boston and Montana, 854; Butte and Boston, 549; Montana Ore Purchasing company, 270; Alice, 148; Washoe, 68. Paul Perry, of Coiumbus, Gil, suf fered agony for thirty years, and then cured his piles by Witch Hazel Salve, and skin diseases like magic. Pharmacy. No healthy person need fear any dangerous consequences from an at tack of la grippe if properly treated It ia much the same as a severe cold and requires precisely ttie same treat ment. Remain quietly at home and take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as directed for a severe cold and a prompt and complete recovery is sure to fol low. For sale by R. W. Smith, drug gist. sponge news Kodol Dvnpt'psiii It pre using De Witt's It heals injuries Smith's More people read the advertise ments than you think, and if you have something to offer don't he afraid to spend a few dollars in printer's ink. as it will pay you. Look over the big dailies and see who are the successful business'a men. No personal acquantance is needed, as the columns of the paper tell the story. Mr. 8. A. Faekler, Editor of the Mirmiopy (Fla.) Hustler, with hin wife i and children, suffered t rribly from La Grippe. One Minute Cough Cure was the only remedy that helped them. It acted quickly. Thousands of others use this remedy as a specific for La Grippe, and its exhausting after effects. Never fails. Smith's Pharmacy. At San Francisco, Dec. 30, Mrs „ 1 ,. „ ... , , , Cordelia Botkin was found guilty, Of murder in the first degree, for causing the death of Mrs. John I\ unning by sending a box of pot Boned candy to her in Dover Del. j I he condemned murderess will he spared an ignominious death on the gallows, however, the jury that j found her guilty imposing also the penalty of life imprisonment. The Boise Capital pays this mer ited tribute to Idaho's Governor: "At the head of the state adminis tration is Governor Steunenberg. He is no longer an experiment in the politics of Idaho. He has pass ed the crucial test of one term and has come forth as pure gold from the furnace. There is about him no fuss and feathers. He walks the j streets of Boise and goes in and out among the people as a quiet, unas- j sinning American citizen. He is a democrat of Jeffersonian simpli city. He is incorruptible, capable, The people feel that with his strong j hand at the helm their ship of state is Bafe; and their faith is founded | upon the immovable granite. uthorized to g.tarante, j every bottle of Chamberlain's Cougfi | Remedy to be as represented and if ! not satisfactory after two thirds uf the r!o!, l rr l r VVi " r .ï f 1 m,d . no beLr medieffi^ m tde !"7 grippe, colds and whooping .. Price, 25 and 50c per bottle Try it j For sale by R. W. Smith, druggist. ! Lost on the wagon road leading from Mountain Home to Jackson's ranch on the 14th of Dec., one can- j vas valise, with my name upon it. The valise contained one gold- j 1 I Tu tlie 1'ublic. We an Reward Offered. hat and clothing. The finder will in •1 LI J j L 1 r.e suitably rewarded by leaving the vause and its contents at the Bullktin office. C. Jackson, j quartz natch chain, one gold bar pin with initials "C. J." Also a Toughs at Caldwell. A dispatch to Sunday's Statcs j man from Caldwell gives the fol- j lowing account of a desperate en counter between a clerk and two j burglars last Saturday night: I Leo Dach, clerk in 1. C. Egles- i ton's store, was shot by a burglar early this morning and narrowly! missed being killed. The hall hit ; him right over the heart, but it ! struck a button and this fact saved ' him from death. Baeh sleeps in the store on a deck that is elevated some distance above the floor. A stairway leads up to this deck about the middle of the store. Bach was awakened this morning about 1 o'clock by the ringing of the hell on the cash drawer. Jumping out of bed and slipping on his trousers, he seized an axe handle and started down the steps. At the foot of the stairs be met a short, stocky man who said to him: "Stand aside or there will he trouble." Bach replied with a blow of the axe handle that laid the fellow out. The intruder held in his hand the money—about $5— from the cash drawer and two empty revolvers. These he drop ped as he fell. He started to rise and was knocked down again. At this moment a second man appeared, a long fellow. He, start ing fo run, stumbled over the pros trate body of his pal and at the same moment received a blow from the axe handle in the hands of the courageous clerk and was laid out. The smaller man had by this time had drawn a revolver and fired two shots at Bach. The first missed hut the second struck him as stated. Baeh knew nothing more, falling unconscious to the floor. The rob bers, thinking, it is supposed, they had killed him, decamped without taking anything—all the money being found scattered about on the floor. Nothing was known of the affair until 8 o'clock, when Louis Schno ble, another clerk, appeared at the store. He found Bach lying un conscious where he had fallen when shot' The injured man was car ried into the office of Dr. lid Maxev wh He is now going about apparently none the worse for his experience. Several arrests were made to-day hut the right parties have not been found, and there is little or no clue to other identity. soon revived ruin. Mrs. Smithson of Emmett is vis iting with her mother, Mrs. Reed, in this place. Arthur II. Cook, a gambler, aged 26 years, committed suicide Satur day at Boise by taking poison. R. Cunningham, a prominent at torney of Silver City, spent Sunday in this place, the guest of lawyer Wolfe. The Salt Lake Tribune and the Herald each issued immense New Year editions filled with interesting reading. Truly Salt Lake city should feel proud of such great, news papers as are the Tribune and Herald. The smallest tilings may exert the greatest influence. De Witt's Little F.arly Risers are unequnlled for over anting constipation ami liver troubles Small pill, best pill, safe pill. Smith's Pharmacy, Yesterday we received from Chi cago a neat card bearing the follow ing words: "Mr. and Mrs. William Whited announce the marriage of their daughter, Edna Maxfield, to Mr. Fred T. Dubois, on Wednesday, January the eleventh, eighteen hun dred and ninety-nine, 784 Flournoy street, Chicago. At home after March first, Black foot, Idaho. i , According to press dispatches ra j n all( j enow has fallen almost continuously during the past ten dav8 from California to Maine Moisture was badly needed, partie ! j u]arly in Centra! California and! the generous rain and snow fall will ! (i o much g 0od . Here, in the great j va || e y 0 f the Snake, the continuous downpour is hailed with delight and the mountaineers are smiling at the big banks of snow piling up I Beware Smith's Pharmacy, The Bruneau correspondent of the Avalanche savs: "David B ! j Hvde arrived yesterday after a ! week's visit with his family at Mt'n ! j Home. Dave and his estimable wife and daughter will take charge of their hotel with the begiuning of the 20th century. Mr. and Mrs 1 j J. \\\ Ownby, who have catered U» [ the public with denerved succeBB, 1 | will move from here to the Davis Horrible agony is caused by Piles, Burns and Skin Diseases. These immediately relieved are o : 1 11 piickly cured by De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, worthless imitation». Two freight trains collided near j »' this place last | Friday morning about 5 o clock. A ! train from the east was taking wa ter when a train pulled by two en from the west came thunder ,n *. alon B> «»««ng a big wreck of engtnes and cars, but fortunately j 0t . 8enousl - v injuring any of the trllin , 0ne engine was a total ! wreck and the other two badly dam- j aged. A caboose was telescoped and twu ^ three empty freight cars ,n <• «P 1 »*»™ and thrown ; j ,rom tl }® * rack , } h ® tra<! . k wa ® promptly cleared of obstruction and j P tt8 senger train that morning 1 was not detained. I ranch across the river. Those desiring instructions in instrumental music should ap , . w. Xf I . r .» " ^ ply to Miss Mabel L. Payne. Class- , teal music and instructions to be j ginnere a specialty. j £ Idaho Legislature. 1 that A j Arthur Davis came in from Boise last evening and from him We learn that the two houses organized yes- ! terday with the following officers.! The Populists and goldbugs fused ! and in the Senate and the Silver Repub licans and Democrats in the House, j Senate—F. Gooding, president j pro term ; O. V. Badley, secretary; W. Iloge, assistant sec'y; Chas. Sheehan, sg't at arms; Col. Me Gintv, doorkeeper; Bertha Bruner, enrolling clerk; Eva Fisher, assist ant; W.T.Leland, engrossing clerk; Laura Wilson, assistant; Uhberhard, journal clerk, House- D. L. Evans, speaker; chief clerk, Jas. A. Keat: assistant, L. R. Leeds; 0. A. Broxon, enroll ing clerk; Mollie Sidebotham, as sistant; engrossing clerk, Fay Leon nrd; doorkeeper Geo. A. Manning; journal clerk; .Jos. Sprocher, ser géant at arms, izer is ifies ion. A W. last by F. A. La Grippe Successfully Treated. "I have just recovered from the second attack of la grippe Ibis year," says Mr. Jas. A. Jones, publisher of the Leader, Mexia, Texas. "In the latter case I used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, anil 1 thick with consider able success, only being in bed a little over two days against ten days for the former attack. The second attack I am satisfied would have been equally as bad as the first hut for the use of this remedy about six hours after being 'struck' with it, while in the first case I was able to attend to business about two days before getting 'down.' " For sale by R. W. Smith, druggist. I had to go to bed in By the votes of the two Populist members the goldbug Republicans yesterday organized the Idaho Sen ate by electing Frank Gooding pre sident pro term. Great and good silver men are those Populists. In the House, the Democrats and Sil ver Republicans are in control and will leave the Populists out in the organization. The Pops, demanded the biggest slice of the pie and con sequently will receive nothing. The Modern Woodmen of Ameri ca last week elected the following officers: Venerable consul, It. A. Easley; worthy adviser, W. C. Howie; banker, A. J. Griffin; clerk, E. Corker; physician, Nieukitk; escort, watchman, L. L. Spring; sentry, J. S. Acker; board of managers, J. VV. Nieukirk, A. B. Clark. L T. Wilcox; delegate, J. S. Acker; alternate, W. C. Howie. Don't get scared when your heart troubles you. Most likely you sutler from indigestion. Kudo] Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat. eure every form of Dyspepsia. Smith's Pharmacy. A Glenn's Ferry sage was heard to remark: "It is a bad habit to keep cultivating an inordinate self conceit of yourself. Remember that real worth is mostly modest, while those persons who are continually putting themselves fotward have the least to be vain of, for true greatness in anything is seldom self-celebrating, and it is as true as proverbial that "still water runs deep." It the c. j. w. W. T. Smith: It Willi How to Prevent Pneumonia. You are perhaps aware that pneu monia always results from a cold or Iront an attack of la grippe. During the epidemic of la grippe a few years ago when so many cases resulted in pneumonia, it was observed that the attack was never followed by that di sease when Chamberlain's Cough Re medy was used. It counteracts any i tendency of a cold or la grippe to re suit in that dangerous disease. It is the last remedy in the world for had colds and la grippe. Every bottle warranted. For sale by R. W. Smith, druggist. ! ! The lio,se Statesman says the lar 8< ,s t single Sunday School col lection ever taken in the west was taken _at the Methodist church of I that city Christmas day. One hun dred and seventeen dollars in cash gay Mrs. M. King, proprietor ofi the City Bakery, has recently em ployed a first-class cook. Meals | served at all hours. She also has a first-class baker who turns out daily the most delicious pastry. Come and see for vourself. all ! , ' cen .1'if ! ''rTklJ, £? the' ÄÄj ! I^S^liÄh o ' Iiru '' 1 ^ u '" ,n th0 h,ood " nl1 thu ll, iii"i«^" l, »i^' l I?viî!"\ , hi , 'J!Ltie h n« »tremib >.> 1 111 "' r »tive power«, that they «nur [ tut", 1 was put in the collection plates by the scholars for missions. for 9IOO KEWAHI). JMOO The rende that there u of this paper will lie pi e drea<led diseu c in ail its stages ac.i to learn j that science i that is I the only positive nity. Catarrh being •quire-i a constitutional is taken internally, surfaces lation of ■ much faith îe Hundred ! î. Bend for I •asc that it fails to < testimonials. Address, K. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall s Family Pills : the best. ? At Orebaugh'a Barber Sfcg* g h hut or co ] d and ^ . P ' ™ ^ snave that will make you happy " jr a wee * c - I ry it. | What the country needs to have right of is a religion which will make a man feel that it is just as cold for a wife to get up and build «ires as it is for himself. ,, j * or ° ver * ,fty An Old and Well-Imikd Remedy, j j Mr * n ' ; ^ Z nZüZ forMmu cSldTeit while teething, with perfect success. ! ft soothes the child, softens the gums, allavs all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. In pleas- j ant to the . 'Yf,' Hol,l 1 !' y ^ ru *K' 8t " in ® e L v p " rt ,o tbe worbl. J wenty-live ventH i bottle. Ita value in inciilcu , allU .. Be sure and ask for Mrs. Wina low's Soothing Syrup, mid uko no j other kind. No one need clai 1 that woman in in the future! is ths weaker vessel. A New York male actor has died of j from the effects of tight-lacing. ! „ »"•«<"■*"* Nervo«», ! and ^"relief n'ok your Kl'"' Ollover Hoot Tea. It quieted my nerves and j strengthened my whole Nervous Syg j tern. 1 wag troubled with Constipa don, Kidney and Bowel trouble, Your Tea soon cleansed my system so «'mroughly that I rapidly regained ^ 1 a . nd «'rength Mrs. 8. A. Sweet, sm'iu! ^trugjlgt"' ° y ' ' * of Dyspepsia Cured Shiloh's Vital izer immediately releives Sour Stom ach, Coming up of Food Distress, and is the great kidney and liver remedy. Sold by R. W. Smitu, druggist. Karl's Clover Rod Tea ia a pleasant lexative. Regulates the bowels, pur ifies the blood. Cb ars the complex ion. Easy to make and pleasant to take. 25uts. Sold :>y R. W. Smith, druggist. Be not deceived ! A Cough, Hoarse ness or Croup are not to be trifled with, A dose in time of Shiloh's Cure will save you much trouble. Sold by R. W. Smith, druggist. Ladies, Take the Best. If you are troubled with Cor stipatiou, Sallow Skin, and a tired feeling, take Karl's Clover Tea, it is pleasant to take. Sold by R. VV. Smith, druggist. Cure that Cough with Shiloh's Cure. The best Cough Cure. Relieves Croup promptly. One m llion bottles sold last year. 40 doses for 25 cts. Sold by R W. Smith, druggist. Ask your Druggist for ageuerou» ëfy&ÿg, Ely's Cream Balm i£ AYtEvtR ^ IO CENT TRIAL SIZE. cocaine, conta mercury nor any other injurious drug. U ia quickly Absorbed. Iietief at once. jSwyM* It onens find clcanae» the Nasal Passages. Allays Inllammation. Heals and Protects the Membrane. Restores the d Smell. Full Size 6uc. ; Trial ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren Street, New York. OLD'nHEAD Sense» of Taste Size 10c. ; at Druggists Fresh Pies, Cakgs, Bread, etc., Baked Daily. All made by White help. tw Meals at all hours. MRS. M. 4 . KING, Prop'r. 1i rnn I i j! j. ; 11 j Mountain H By Mrs. Glenn an<| Miss Mary Gray. \ thin* neat and clejwn and the table un»ur fco the comfort of janl2tf *, Idaho. I passed. Particular attention paid mercia! traveler». WILLIS & DYAR, Contractors and Builders, Mountain H une, Idaho. CHAS. II. KEEFER, * dealer in Fruits, Vegetables, Confections Cigars and Tobacco, Notions, Etc. MOUNTAIN HOME. IDAHO. i CITY MEAT MARKET Mountain H ome, Idaho. F. P AKE. • Proprietor JIM LEE'S ofi DCCjn | Mountain Home, Idaho. GOOD MKAIjH at all Only iM. Cents. Fresh OYSTERS » FKF.SH BREAD, PIKs, ami COOKIES ulnumi ! Hours for rved in CAKES, v style. DOUGHNUTS, d. 1 y tiling Neat and Cle I, and the Best Cook i JIM LEE, I all Idaho. •prietor. TOfIG CHINS S RESTAURANT, Next door to H Itrlch'i Store. Mountain H^me, Idaho. Restau raut a.ul ask I have purrhaMed Sam for a shate «rf public pati CHICKEN DINNER e Good cents. I ry day, if desired, eals at all hours lor only TWENTY-FIVE FRE8II BREAD every doughnuts, etc. day. Also pic«, cakes, is of Cf «I try my Resta I rant. Aug. 1, 1899. YONG CUING. 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE ■ T ! I Trade Marks ' Copyrights 4c. "JJ"* •fiKushUMunn'a^reTäv« | ipeciaf nociu, without ch»ke. in' the °' r *°* T * SCÎèlîfîfiC A h«a«.n,.i y *«h,. i.mw <•* ÄÄ M(JNN & C0. 36,Bftad "»' NßW YOlIl manch om,.,. .;æ f st. w«.hi" tj, n.c. j ' gwr-mra tea», ! TI\jr)TQpiTJ\JC A DT T7 zVJJ >♦ MINING mi àClJbMIHC PRESS t 24 Pages t Weekly t Illustrated. TO MINING MEN. j $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID. BIND KOK 8 AMPLI COPY. MINING»»« Scientific PRESS 3A0 MARKET ST., SAJj FRANCISCO, CAL. The Lewiston Teller implored the Democrats to "pull down their Vest of Missouri.'' Vest arose to oppose conquest and imperialism, and be fore he gets through he may suc ceed in pulling down some of the wild, unreasoning expansionists. Senator Vest is all right, and will not be pulled down. This Missouri Vest has always had a habit of working up, and the habit is fixed. The Democratic party may "wipe off its chin," but can never "pull down its Vest."—Idaho World. The United States has now more than six times the railroad mileage of any other country. We began seventy two years ago with a tram road, extending from the granite quarries at Quincy Mass., to the Neponset River, a distance of about five miles, and have today nearly 200,000 miles of track. S E. M. WOLFE, 1m a w y er, Mountain Home, Idaho. K. I. PERKY, Attorney at law, Mountain Home, Idaho. Office in Reynolds block, corner of Atlanta avenue and Cauyon st. IIAltRY C. WYMAN. FRANK T. WYMAN. WYMAN & WYMAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. BOISE CITY, IDAHO. Patent» for mining claims a »penalty. Collection» promptly attended to. novH A. M SINNOTT. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Justice of the Peace. GLENN'S FERRY, IDAHO. aXF'Collectione promptly attended to. DR. 13. 13. SWAN, Resident Dentist Mountain Home, Idaho. gjr of FICE—Two doors north of Reynolds & Shaw's office. SAMUEL G. RHOADES. CIVIL ENGINEER, COUNTYSURVEYOR And 17. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Mountain Home, Idaho. Experience in all branche» of Vricultural and irrigation. eying, mineral SUaMMONS in mortgage FORECLOSURE. In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District, State of Idaho, in and for Kltnor County. Action brought in the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Elmore, and the Complaint filed in said County of Elmore in the office of the Clerk of »aid District Court. B. T. Young, plaintiff, A. B. Clark, Mary A. ('lark, The Fruitdale Improve ment Company of Idaho, a corporation, Title Guarantee tion, defendant». To A. 13. Clark, Mary A. Clark, The Fruitdale Im provenu nt Company of Idaho, a corporation, and The Title Guarantee and Trust Company, a cor poration: .d The d Trust Company, a corpora hereby require.] to appear in an action brought axain.t you by the at.ive namul plaintiff, in the iti.trtut Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of Idaho, i (1 for the County of Fi er tiie complaint file.l therein, within ten day» (exclusive of the day of service) after on you of this summons, if served within id out of this county but n within twenty day»; other forty day», or judgment by default will he taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to obtain a decree of this Court for the fnreclos described in the said co said A 13. Clark an I M. of March, 1894, to »etui this county; within this district, the of a certain mortgage plaint, and executed by the ; A. Clark the 26th dary c the pat ment of a certain indebtedness of tha said A. B. Clark to the said B T. eyed by »aid mortgage may be sold and the proceeds applied to the pay ment of »aid indebtedness, amounting to 9555.00 interest thereon at the Young, that the premise» : I of ten per cent from the 20th day of Mureh, 1890, and uey » fees and cost of suit, and in case proceeds are not sufficient to pxv the same, then to obtain deficiency judgment against said A. 13. Clark for the balance remaining due, ami also that the »aid defendants ami all persons claiming by, through or umier them may be barred ami foreclosed of all right, title, claim, lien, equity of redemption ami interest in and to said mortgaged premises, and for other and further relief, as will more fully ap|»ear by reference to the complaint on file herein, of which a certified copy is served lie And y itoo'oo »um h h » •lifted that if you fall to ajv »aid complaint, as above re er the pear quireii, the suit! plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief de led in the id complaint. Given under my hand and the seal <»f the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the IL.ÎJ. ] State of Idaho, in and for the said County of Elmore, this 15th day of December, in the Lord dred and ninety-eight. of thousand eight hue \N. H. MAN ION, Clerk. E. M Wolfe, plaintiff's atto SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District, State of Idaho, iu and for Elmore County. Lucy Tibbs, plaintiff, Charles M. Tibbs, defendant. The State of Idaho »ends greeting to Charte« M. Tibbs, defendant: are hereby sununoned and required to appe in an action brought ugainst you by »aid plaintiff, in the said District Court, ami to answer the complaint of the above named plaintiff, filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the «erv you of this Summon«, if served within this ed out of this County but within • Judicial District, within twenty «lays; or if ed elsewhere, within forty days. The said action is brought to dissolve the bouda of matrimony fendant, an of tiie mint such other relief as to the Court ire hereby notifie«! that if you fail to ap swer said complaint as above required the sa*d plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the complaint .d the Seal of the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District, State of Idaho, in ami t»r Elmore county, this 15th day of December, ls9S Y ice County; or if th existing hetw <1 plaintiff, «child , Ihe U|de <1 custody plaintiff, and for lo y seem just. Ami yo ]« Attest ui) i id IL.S.1 „ „ „ W. H. MAN ION, Clerk. E. M. Moife, attorney for plaintiff. «122 Dyspepsia Cure. Digests what you eat. Itartiflciallydigeststhefood and aids Nature In strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans. It Is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach it in efficiency. It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, t Llatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Sick Headache.Gastralgia,Cramps, and allother results of Imperfect digestion. Prepared by E. C. DeWitt ft Co.. Chicago. Smith's Pharmacy. DO \A/IN WEINT vYlcGIINTY and Down Go Prices At G. W. FLETCHER CO., Ltd. S A y I Do you know that we have received "H" I 1 about Ten Carloads of Goods, Wares and Merchandise in the last FIVE weeks? SEVEN STRAIGHT CARS and many Smaller lots, consisting of everything usually found in general stores. Now About Prices: We quote as samples: The best Corn, Beans, and Tomatoes, 3 cans for 25c. Dry Granulated CAIN Sugar, 14 lbs. for $1.00. Family Flour, per sack, 80 c. Headlight Oil, per case, $ 2.75. Table Salt, 50 lb sack, 50 cents. We don't have to advertise our Clothing, Shoe» and Mens'Furnishing Goods. THEY advertise themsel there is nothing as good in the town. ves, as Prints, Ginghams and all other goods aro too cheap to talk about. 1 We want the trade of all parties that we can please. Come in and see us and get acquainted. We always have a good fire to sit l>y. J We will be glad to have you as long as you behave your self. Remember the name. G W. FLETCHER CO. Ltd. Odd Fellows' Block, Mountain Home. JOHN G. GRAY. HIRAM W. GRAY, Cashier. CITIZENS' BANK Of Mountain Home, Idaho. A General Banking Business Transacted. Correspondence Solicited. Correspondent«. i & t " t) - > Salt City, P Uh. t hUlNIZh BROS., New York City. deposit. We do not accept public irioneya HOWARD 8EBREE, Presioknt ». F. WHITE, Vice-PRl.iDlHT |\ W. R. SEBREE, Ca.hu. I first national Bank IS CALDWELL, IDAHO A General Banking Business Transacted CORRESPONDENCE INVITED I A. ROSENHEIM, Successor to J. Ottenheimer & Co., Pabst Milwaukee Beer Wholesale Dealer in AND DISPENSER OF THE F'inest Liquors and Olga In (act, everything that can be found at a firgt-cluss Cafe. solicited. Gentlemanly treatment for all. rs. Your patronage A. ROSENHEIM, Proprietor. fhe Tf alace aloon. CHAS. W. HOWETH, Manager. Next door to the Postoffice. Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Drop in and Smile with Us. FURNITURE STORE. Mountain Home, Idaho. All Kinds of r m Ml HOUSEHOLD,* H / Carpets, Ruqs, m V Window Stiades.O Uphostering. Undertaking. COWEN & WHITNEY. Lew Ptices. Morris Building, All kinds Of Till Work Solicited _ * lv sunuicil. C. E. BOYER Practical Tinner. Mountain Home, Idaho. Also Puni 4 and ripe work. Stove Repairin g a Specialty and satisfaction guaranteed.