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OF IPAS8ENGBR 1RAIN8.
No. 1 —West Hound. No. 2— F.aat Round.
10:317 p. in.
A. K. RF.AMF.U, Agent.
Mountain Home. Idaho.
£tunUin lloine
7:30 p. ru.
Elmore Ijodge, A. F. * A. M.
The regular communications of Elmore
F. and A. M. are held on
or next pre
moon of each month
Lodge No. 30,
r jjf the Wednesday evening of,
Vyl (.ending the full of the moon o
Sojourning brothers are cordially invited to at
W. A. REYNOLDS, W. M.
au 28 y 1
and
the
tact
to
Dr
,
1
foul
at
that
ing
** H 1 , N RY WILLIS, Secretary.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.
PreachingrSunday at 11 a. m, and 7:30 p. m.
g„„nv School at 12 m.
junior ChriMtian Endeavor at 4 p. ni.
Senior Christian Endeavor at <5:4f>.
Prayer meeting, Thursday at 7:30 p. m
REV. CHA8 E. MASON, I'aitor.
and
[Thursday, Feb. 2.3,1899.
Banker John G. Gray Visited
Salt Lake Saturday.
State Sheep Inspector R. P.
Chattin visited Boise last Friday.
Frank Barrett and family have
removed to this place from Alkali
cfeek.
T. Hutchins came over from
Boise and went to Bruneau last
Friday.
Will Harley of Bruneau has
been visiting in this placé for sev
era) days.
We are pleased to learn that the
health of J. Stedman is now rapidly
improving.
Mrs. S. H. Perry, now of Boise,
has gone east to visit with her son
for a short time.
Arch Cunningham, G. C. of K. of
P., visited the Mountain Home
lodge Monday night.
Sheriff O'Neill has appointed J.
D. Gorby a deputy sheriff for
- Glenn's Ferry precinct.
Judge Waldron, Elmore's first
county attorney, is lving at death's
door at his home in Wallace, Idaho
James Bennett, who has been on
the sick list for several weeks, is
gradually Improving, we are glad
to learn.
F. H. Davis, formerly a resident
of Rocky Bar, has returned to Ida
ho from New Hampshire and lo
cated at Silver City.
Last Saturday deputy sheep in
spector Jim Coon quarentined 7,000
head of sheep belonging to Hein &
Chattin, at a point on Snake river
lwttoms between the wagon road
leading to Hail's ranch and Love
ridge's ferry. Cause—scab.
Three raffles took place at the
Palace saloon Fridav evening L
Burton and W .1 Turner jointly
won a horse and buggy; N P. Nei
eon walked away with a fine gold
headed cane, and John Smith and
Joe Depstell won a revolver
H. L. Clark returned Monday
night from Boise He says that
there will be but little opposition to
the lull providing for the anneXa
tion of his section of Big Camas to
Elmore county. Mr Clark starte^/'^'
Tuesday night for his home at Cor
ral, going by way of Hailey.
Our friend W. J. McVety, a first- 1,0
class man and printer of Boise, and
Miss Margaret Haines, a handsome 'V
and highly educated young lady of
Payette valley, were married at the
home of the bride's parents on the
12th instant. May prosperity and
happiness be theirs forever more is * n
the sincere wish of the Bulletin
family.
At last the telephone linefleading
from this place to Hot Spring in
Bruneau valley is tobe putin oper
atkrrr/ Advices from St. Louis (♦,
W. A. Reynolds are to the effect
that the instruments were shipped
on the 18th instant. If there is no
unusual delay they will be here at
least by the 26th, and the line will
certainly be in operation by the first
Of March.
he
tng.
that
very
few
or
the
his
bin
ever
and
er's
if
the
for
him
Ins
Mrs. Bailey came down from Lit
tle Camas Friday evening to meet
Senator Bailey, who came in from
Boise that night. The Senator re
turned to Boise Sunday night and
Mrs. Bailey went home by Mon
day morning's stage. Mr. Bailey is
working quietly hut diligently for
what he deems of interest to our
people generally, and without fear
or favor from any source.
J. M. Goodwin, traveling corres
pondent and solicitor for the Salt
Lake Tribune, made this office a
pleasant call last Friday. The Trib
une is a wonderful production for
Salt Lake and would be »sredit to
any city of four times its popula
tion. Since the change in arrival
of the trains from the east the peo
ple of (his section get through the
Tribune complete telegraphic re
ports fully 12 hours earlier than be
fore, and consequently the circula
tion of that great paper is rapidly
increasing.
Under the provisions of the dis
law, which has
trict irrigation
passed the house, a majority of the
land owners, representing one-quar
ter of the land, may petition the
hoard of county commissioners for
the organization of an irrigation dis
trict. If the board favors the peti
tion an election will l>e held in the
district and if two-thirds of the vo
ters cast their votes for it the dis
trict will be declared formed. The
district may then issue t per cent
10-20 bonds for the purpose of buy
ing existing or building new irriga
tion works. The expense of operat
ing and maintaining the system is
to he met by tolls charged the con
sumers on the basis of the quantity
used.
browned in the Snake.
Thursday evening word came up
from Hall's Ferry that the body of
a man was floating in an eddv in
Snake river, near Garnet.
a
Coroner ° f
May was notified by teîegfàph and ,f
he came here the next day, procured * en
a jury and repaired to the spot. J
The body proved to be that of
Jesse F. Van Hise, aged about 25
years, who had been placer mining
a few miles above Hall's ranch for
3Cfme time, with
four
past
I >
su
this
very
n partner named
Mike Burns. The dead man's face
and head was considerably bruised,
the jury attributing such to be
caused by the body coming in con- [diet
tact with ice and boulders while:
floating down the river The jurv
found that deceased came to his ! 10
| fore
;
After returning to Mountain Horn« [the
Coroner May heard reports relative
to Mike Burns which caused bus- ''a
picion of foul nlay and he ordered m
Dr Smith to go down in company m
with Sheriff O'Neil., disinter the
, , , . '. v of
body an d examine it carefully who
1 his was done and no evidence of Bar
foul play appearing the body was I the
again consigned to the grave.
Mr. Rinehart having communi
cated with the father of the deceased
at Church's Ferry, 8. D , by tele
graph, that gentleman requested
that the remains of his son be re- ! I'
moved to Mountain Home end
given a respectable burial at his ex
pense, which was done yesterday
afternoon, tne funeral services tak
ing place at the Congregational
church, Rev. C. E. Mason offieiat
death from unknown causes to them* ;
and hospital oontractor Rinehart
buried the body a short distance
from the river.
PoBlma8ter Geo. Hall of Garnet:
waw jn , OVVI) ye8terdav .
... . , , ,
l ^ ! llt( . W1 '' ° mbate Judge
8 " lute, is reported very sick
"Old Glory" waved in all its
arandeur yesterday from the pub
1,0 I mrk
Treasurer Ake announces that he
'V 1 cu . r " nt «errants
Nos dl and 38 on P^sentation
Two Indians were brought up
from Glenn's Ferry Tuesday by
Deputy Sheriff Gorby and lodged
* n jail *°r robbing a white man of a
silver watch—one tor 20 days, the
other 15 days.
The legislature of Idaho has
passed a law providing for the con
finement and execution of coti
U^mned murderers at the peniten
tiary. This law will doubtless
please ever}' sheriff in the State,
It was reported that an inverter
ate solo player last week professed
religion and joined the church Sat
urday evening at a solo game in
which this party was conspicuously
absent, one of the participants
asked, "Is it a fact that
hasjiiined the church?" "No," re
plied his partner, "Bill did'ntjine,
he jistfrogged "
Lawyer K. I. Perky and wife and
daughter returned home Tuesday
evening from a visit witli relatives
and friends in Ohio and Nebraska.
The health of Mrs. Perky has ma
terially improved during her ab
Mr Perkv savs the weather
the
and
and
tlie
K.
nf
as
tng.
Sheriff O'Neill is of the opinion
that both Van Hise and his partner
Burns were drowned during the
very cold weather that prevailed a
few weeks ago. That the accident
occurred either while they were at
tempting to rescue a skiff that had
lodged on some rocks in the river,
or that one of them had gone out on
the ice for a bucket of water and
broke through—the other going to
his rescue and both drowning.
Sheriff O'Neiil examined the ca
bin and premises carefully and
found no footprints or signs what
ever of a stnggle. Flour, bacon
and other goods making up a min
er's outfit remained apparently as
if they had only stepped out for a
short time, and the rockers and
mining tools were undisturbed at
the diggings. The sheriff does not
for a moment credit the theory that
Burns murdered Van Hise, threw
him into the river and then made
Ins escape
Mike Burns will yet be found in the
river.
Besides having relative at Church's
Ferry, S D , the
sister at Fvt iett, Wash
He thinks the body of
I
h*ce;ised leaves a.
still
ut
ple
in
is
I
Ohio at times—
short on docket fees—among
All such fees had
Key- !
a
to
senee.
was quite chilly i<
the mercury dropping down to 28.
There has been considerable said
about several counties of Idaho be
ing
them Elmore.
been laid aside by ex-clerks
nolds and Manion to Vie turned over I
to the State, and when Clerk Smith j
was notified all he had to do was to
forward the fees amounting to $333.
a mat an*» cnr»n or T»n-r»n nowbïft
DU
the
vo
is
VWHr
* CREAM^_
BAKING
POWDER
Awarded
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair L
A hot Time at Rocky Bar.
Rocky Bak, Feb. 16, 1899.
Dear Old Bcu.etin
a few
— Thinking
no'es from tliig camp would be
° f * nlereRt to your many readers in
,f " 8 '"' C,I °" " ,1 w " 11 aM elsewhere, I
* en '\' hc fol ' ow " 1 * 1 - lhe Principle sub
J '' ,K lhe «*» 8l Vl * le
at
ii
2
tine's ilsy by a masquerade ball, which
proved to be
tbe grandest success
known in Rocky Bar for many years !
The music Was furnished by F any
Abbott's orchestra, consisting of | j
four instruments
past
I >
I ln
And, oh, such mu
su- as WAS produced is unequaled in
this isolated part of the
very hard to
[diet of those present,
lh '' dance commenced at 8:30 p.
"V,"'" 1 < ,,n ' inupd lln,il 7 11 m .tustin«
10 * . h " ur '*' 'T*' 11 f '»'
spectators, anil even they were so in
latuated that they did not. depart be
fore the "wee hows" made their ap
pearance.
Basket refreshments were erved at
[the midnight hour, having been pre
pared by participants in the dance,
''a 1 '') one trying to display better art
m **' e ^' ne choking than their
m .Vr,*'*"!'^ . ,
The dance was gotten np in honor
of the families here from the river.
who are unable to mingle with Rocky
Bar pleasures at all times, owing to
the condition of tbe roads,
I'
universe and
r'lrpuss in any part of
Idaho—and this is (lie unanimous ver
the
to
Mr.
any
;
"
This enjoyable affair took place at
the Miller & Seward hotel, which was
crowded to the extreme, both upstairs
and down, hut our agreeable landlady
d landlord made it, very pleasant for
;—giving the use of several rooms to
lailies with children. One liund-cd
and eighty two lunches were served.
Following is a list of persons and
tlie characters they represented.
ner,
a
the
our
to
ren
to
1).
John Si Hi vi
Ed Nlchol*.
Frank Lawrence Clown.
(Jforjre Drummonds Indian Warrior.
Mr. McLeod teuren LUI.
K. Det kard Kahi.
Robert Jackson Irish Waiting Maid.
Chari*»« Casey- Apprentice.
W'ni. Tate W hite Cap.
II. C. Swanholm- White Cap.
Frank Jackson Government Beef F.mhahner.
Roy Regard— I'Ian tat ion «>
Hugh Jones -Plantation Darkey.
H. M. Cook—McKinley Prosperity.
Rufus Miller Landlord.
Mrs. Seward Land lad v.
Mrs Eugene Abbott Night.
Miss Jessica Hoff
Mins Minnie Melton Flower Girl.
Mrs. Melton Chap.in ne.
Miss Liilie Casey Liberty.
Miss Nora Freelan Hawaiian Islander.
Mrs. Roy Regard-Cul»a
Mrs. (his Rickie—Spanish Girl.
.Mrs. IÎ C. S wan ho
.Mrs. Tom O'Daniels England.
Martin Winkleback Germany.
There were ab<> present a number
nf ladies and gentlemen who did not
mask, but mingled with the maskers,
as follows.
China Highbinder.
Handy Andy.
it Day.
NlLTht
aaily'n Maid.
Mr ami Mi»C M Nicholson
Mr and Mrs Edswortht.
Miss Jennie YanSchaick,
Mr and Mrs C Stevens, Mrs Ed Nicholson,
Mrs J N Juhnso
Henry Johnson,
Henry Howard,
Hugh Caldwell,
Thomas Davey,
Thomas Tate,
John Andreas,
Joe Khenatie,
Joe Kessler,
Bill Hunter,
Hnthie Heaston
Mr ami Mrs Epperson,
Mr ami Mrs F Abbott,
Shaicx.
Mrs. Vi
Warren Johnson,
Jesse Caldwell,
Davey,
John Tate,
Yes Bobbins,
Henry Longhenie
Mr Mct^uad,
James Clark,
Matt Caldwell,
Mr and Mr. Riley Hutler,
Miss Della Johnson,
.Miss Nettie Casey,
Mrs Hoff
Miss Minnie Caldwell,
Miss AI
Mrs My
John Caldwell,
!.. H
Abbott,
Hay hurut,
ce Caldwell,
Kilge
I
u
■rnrKO l.<
Jake Ulrich,
E l Thurm au,
Hugh Kilo

w
ill
rtiii Knittlc
M.h un fehlen,
John Winkleback,
Tin»
..
Mi
Allison.
isou,
T. e Btiiinparto group of mines arc
still working the same force of men.
The Elmore Company have two men
ut work driving a crosscut. The peo
ple here still retain great hopes of a
renewal of operations on that property
in the spring
Tin* Never Sweat boys an* taking
une very nice nr*», and will on
Birth's return make a mill
ml
Mr. W.
run of from 30 10 50 tons.
a]
The Commonwealth, Under O. It.
Kelsey's management, is still working
about the same force of men.
at present four feet
hard settled snow and favorable pros
pects for more. An ordinary winter
here.
We
have
Most everyone is enjoying good
health now, hut there lias been con
siderable sickness here this winter.
The "leasers" on Red Warrior are
■d to tie doing well, but nothing
»UPI
definite is known here as yet.
.lames Hart well's little girl, who met
misfortune of having her
ii, is yettiiuî »»tong nicely
if sutli
with the
in hrok -i
II the Iniegoillg
Ii
is d> emed
M|»pear in your paper
it interest It
lie
of
I wdl wnte again wtien
A SUBSCUIIIEK.
ii v t
note
»ecurs.
Mrs C. W. Burna is again se
riously ill.
R. P. Chattin returned home Tues
day night from the State Capital
The union meetings continue this
week at the Congregational church
witli larger congregations than any
previous week. New decisions inn
tinue to tie made for Christ. Ser
vices next Sunday will tie held at
the Baptist church.
The Pacific Northwest
Growers' Association will meet m
annual convention in Pendleton,
Oregon, on March 7, 8 and 9. At
! this meeting there will Vie gathered
Wool
I representative sheep breeders from
j all parts of Oregon, Washington,
to Idaho and Montana; experts from
experimintal stations; prominent
railroad representatives; as well as
several exhibits of blooded sheep
brought from the east.
Some of oar friends mav he sur
prised to learn that Miss Rhoades,
the youngest daughter of Surveyor
S G. Rhoades, is soon to sail from
San Francisco for Amoy, China,
to rnarfy
au vice consul at that place. She
IJJ Yokohoma, »^apan, and
meet her intended husband there,
and they will be married by the
Consul General at that place and
. . «. , » . j
then go to Amoy. Miss Rhoades is
the young lad v who was head alto
and bass of the Philharmonic Quar
, î
tette that entertained so many of
the Idaho people at the Salt Lake
inhilee, where several Mountain
Home ladies and gentlemen were
Quite a long
1C
U :
introduced to her
L tri P {or * y^''« la Jy
Suicide of henry Dorsey.
This community was shocked
this morning to learn that Henry
Dorsey had died by his own hands
John
De
by aged
at his residence in this place,
shnöting himself in the head, on t|ie South
right side just above the éar, abolit
He had At- Ala.,
2 o'clock this morning.
tended the masquarade hall a«j a rion
as
! spectator, and seemed as Jovial
any one present during the evt
| j
n
1'aris
signed
to
and
and
tunes,
In
near
his
make
then
1892
river
at
up
Mr
a
with
he
sight
oeast.
his
Too
tains
pack
out
living
the
ing
He
him
bore
as
He
work
and
was
After reaching home with his
I ln R
wife and her sister, Mrs. Jones, th^y
chatted together for a short time
in
the parlor when Mr. Dorsey retired
to his bed-room. Immediately
thereafter a pistol shot was heard
Mr. Jones, who was sleeping in a
room up stairs, hastened to Dorsey's
room, lighted a match and found
him lying upon the floor with a
bullet hole near his temple *rd
breathing his last. Dr. Smith Was
immediately summoned, but Mr.
Dorsey was beyond all aid and soon
expired.
No known cause is advanced by
any one for the terrible act, other
than self destruction seems to have
been hereditary in the family—
several members having died by
their own hands.
Coroner May was notified and
arrived here on this morning's be
lated train from Glenn's Ferrv. He
summoned a jury, composed of the
following named gentlemen, to tn
vestigale the cause of Mr. Dorsey's
rash act: Geo. F. Mahoney, C.
Rinehart, A. J. Griffin, Chas. Tur
ner, Wm. Evans and Geo. II. Moyer.
About 2:30 this afternoon the
jury returned a verdict to the effect
that: "The deceased, Henry Dortley,
a native of Ohio, aged 46 veirs,
came to his death front a gunshot
wound in the head directly ahove
the right ear, from a 41 Colt's re
volver. fired bv his own hand with
suicidal intent; and further, t is
our belief that he did the act while
temporarily insane "
Henry Dorsey was one of the
school trustees and always had the
welfare and success of the schools
to heart, and in his death the child
ren will miss one who never refused
to give his time towards their ad
vancement in educational matters.
Out of respect to him the trustees
have closed the schools for the re
mainder of the week. He was a
pioneer of this section of Idaho and
always commanded the respect of
those who knew him, and his pre
sence will be sadly missed in this
community.
Mr. Dorsey was a Past Nob'te
Grand of the Odd Fellows' 1 odof
this place and also a member of the
1). of R. lodge, and his burial will
take place under the auspices <|if the
Odd Fellows.
The funeral will take place from
Fellows hall to mor
( F riday) afternoon at 2 u'l lock.
II
and
for
Odd
the
row
Mrs. Fit/iwater and son Rntjledge
are up from Snake river.
Bob McNealy came down from
Cat creek Tuesday after supplies.
Charlie Andreas was a visitor in
this place yesterday, from 1'iue
Grove.
Lawyer E. M. Wolfe weikt to
Boise by this morning's tralin on
professional business.
The masquerade hall at the opera
house last night was well attended
and greatly enjoyed by all.
A special teachers' examination
will be held at Mountain Home,
commencing March 9 and coiitinue
ing three da_v6.
Miss Lizzie Haupt, aged 26 and a
native of Nevada, died at Hailey
last week. She had been ail inva
lid from infaflcy.
The Misses Coates, Mrs. Reh Har
ris, Mrs. Dave Hydeand Chris Bal
*er, all of Bruneau attended the Mas
querade last evening.
Mrs Crocheron of Sinker, mother
id Mrs. Biti
Fly's
for
Get
ever
it
45
cure
60
In
Order
order
set
täte
P
ls'.w,
der
.
Dan Hill.
of M rs
Crocheron of Silver City are this
an
week visiting in this place with Mrs
Hill.
John Ross has recently
number of handsome ladd
the Mountain Home fire
merit, and McMannis is doi
iron work.
artade a
ars for
iepart
ng the
at
m
At
Jeff Gray was acquitted of the
charge of murder at Albion on
Tuesday Thejury being out only j
15 minutes Bowers' trial was post
poned to next term of court.
The firemen held a meeting Tues
day evening at Mr. Corkerje office.
Charles Keefer resigned the position
of foreman and G. H. Mi yer was
chosen in his stead. Another meet- j
ing is called for next Tuesday even-1
in £
as
. bast week Johny Wilkins came
hi from Bruneau accompanied by a
young man in hie employ named I
Joseph Patterson, who h|id
hot himself through the
She fle-hy part of the thigh w th a pis
* liurnday. I'r.olllltu (irGSStHl
the wound and' the young man is
the getting along nicely. J |
and The Endeavor societies at 4
iii loi" ^ J . î o
is o clock and b:4o, and tne Sunday
alto school at 12 will he held as usual
at the Congregational, church.
ea../, , . • .
of .Next Sunday ie confleerati|on meet
ing of the Endeavor. L*»t each
member remember the pledge 'to
'ake some part," and if ijbliged to
long be absent to ser'id at least la verse of
j script to tie read at the roll call.
Is
Berta Smith returned Monday
from a few weeks' visit with friends it
Mountain Home. He has recovered |
good health and is again at his poet,
shaving the boys as gei|tly and j
smoothly aB ever.—St. Anthony
News.
acci
j
Death of John L. Sims.
I
The Nugget reports the death of
John L. Sims, which occurred at
De Lamar, Idaho, Feb. 11. 1899,
aged 74 years. He was a native of
South Carolina, but when a boy his
parents removed to Montgomery,
Ala., wheie his brother, fir. J. Ma
is
you
the
rion Sims first hung out his shingle
as a physician, and who afterwards
became famous in New York and
1'aris ns a surgeon.
When the war with Mexico eom- UIld
menced John Sims was learning to
become a pilot on an Alabama river
steamer called "Empress." He re
signed his job, enlisted and served
through the war, and then drifted
to California with the Argonauts
and followed the pursuit of miner
and prospector, with varying for
tunes, traveling over much of the
Pacific coast until became to Idaho.
In the early 80's he managed a
mining propertv on Wood river,
near Vienna, belonging to himself,
his brother and others, but failed to
make it a successful producer,
then removed to Rocky Bar. In
1892 he, alone with two animals,
explored the headwaters of Snake
river in search of gold, but failing,
returned to this section and located
at De Lamar, where ho remained
up to his death.
In its tribute to the memory of
Mr Sims, the Nugget, says: "With
a heart in him which always was
touched by the distress of a child;
with a generosity which ever re
sponded to every call for sympathy,
he could roar with rage over the
sight of a cruel act done to man or
oeast.
Generous, big-hearted, impulsive
"Uncle John," as old and young all
affectionately called him, has made
his home in Do Lamar since 1893.
Too old to go out into the moun
tains any more with his pick and
pack animals, the latter were turned
out to grass and he has earned his
living as best he conld, and has at
the same time maintained the bear
ing of the gentleman he was born.
He was a man with that touchy
southern sense of honor and inde
pendence which sometimes made
him quarrelsome, hut no man ever
bore him malice, and such a thing
as malice was foreign to his nature.
He has not been able to do much
work for months past hut has
wanted for neither care nor comfort
and was most carefully and kindly
nursed during his last illness, and
was respectably buried by his
friends."
His funeral waB largely attended.
Peace be to his ashes.
He
The new drop curtain at the
opera house, painted by Spring &.
Moyer, was in position liïst evening
and attracted considerable attention
for its beauty. It contains cards of
nearly all the businees houses in
town.
a
Try t hr It.
In order to prove tbe gTent merit of
Fly's Oroain Halm, the most, effective mq?
for Catarrh and Cold in Head, we have pre
pared ft gotieroiiH trial size for 10 cents.
Get it of your drnßgist or send 10 conta to
ELY BUGS., 56 Warren St., N. Y. City.
Thousand!*
I Buffered from catarrh of the worst kind
boy, and I never hoped for
seems to do
ever since
cure, but Ely's Cream Hal
Many acquaintances have used
Oscar Ostrwm,
oven that.
it with excellent results.
45 SY'nrren Ave., Chicago, 111.
Ely's Cream Balm is the acknowledged
cure for catarrh and contains no cocaine,
mercury nor any injurious drug.
60 cents. At druggists of by mail.
Price,
Order for Hearing Petition.
County, State of Idaho.
In the Probate Court. Elmo
In tbe matter of tbe Estate of Myrtle Kennler
end Albert Keneler, minors.
Order fixing time and place for hearing petition fo
sale of real estate.
On rending and filing the petition of Milen C. Law
nee, guardian of tbe aliove named Myrtle
1 Albert Meunier, minors, praying for an
Kennte
order of sale of real estate for tbe purposes therein
set forth.
It is ordered that all persons interested in the es
nors, appear before tbe
(Vtin in Mountain Home
tbe 24tli day of March,
show
täte of the above named il
P robate Court, at the court
id county
ls'.w, at 111 o'clock, a
der should not lie granted to
ate,
d htate.
.
why s
id guardian
copy of this order be pub
eeks in tbe Elinor«» Bulle
d published in said county.
II
I'l to ti
d that
lished for f<
a neA's|«q>er printed
Dated Februar) 20, lsDO,
J S WHITE, Proliate Judge.
Aug M Sinnott, attorney for guardian.

a
We want every Bottle
returned tliat is not
satisfactory.
i
on
j
j
OurWhite Pine and
Spruce
EXPECTORANT
a
I
„ . .. ... nl
the To Y *
ii ate hereby notifieti that I have
pis
and one hundred dollaix on tbe I NULL FKN mine
is i" l toï''(Â''S\ïi U K t uÄ
| SSS ? ÏÏ&
4 main« »»a Watcrapont lod««, .
New York and Ohio and tbe Johnny Howaad lode*
ordaima, at the hcaa ■>< item.»rat near Bon«
p, r ,^.^ p ' 0 ', n th?
t'uit*d state., Mo* ui« amount r«iuire,i to hold
. the said claim« for the \ear emiinir iHîcemher .
^ Yourimiebiedn«*«to
each „„hm-ao.
'to you fail m.ontribute the
to dl ' ll " n!
of »Jj« |
Is Guaranteed to
it
| we mean what we
state in returning
j vour money if i>
p a jj e (j 0 B0
Cura Coughs and Colds,
Smith's Pharmacy.
Notice of Forfeiture.
;xpended o
or claim,
more |»articul&rly de
the went bv the Jim
the east by the
for such work and
<1 red dollars, vnd if wiQ|in
n of thW notice
of one* liNindrod
•h expenditure am a
ill Ihm'oiiic
riber under section 2324 of
proport I«»
■per your mt. re.tt>* in said claii
rojMjrty of the *u
of
statut*».
j Fvbl>~ DOd 1*1
B. J. NOltDYKE, Sr.
THE MOST
For your money is what everyone'
is looking for, and on this proposition we ask
you for your patronage.
We have the goods in unlimited quantified
all grades ranging from the cheapest t d
the best. Our assortment iii all grades is com
plete
UIld 111
Before making your Spring purchases we invite
comparison of Prices and Goods, which will cotr
vince you that we are doing even more than we
claim.
The old saying that a dollar saved is à doilalr
made still holds good.
Correspondence invited, prices quoted or infor
mation given on anything in our line.
The Big Department Store.
GHAS. R. KELSEY & CO.
Mountain Home,' Idaho.
___ _LJP-lL - rf
Helfrich
Mercantile
Company
Limited*
Mountain Home. Idaho.
General
Merchandise
WE ARE DAILY
Receiving New Goods
All Lines.
ill
OUR PRICES
Are as Low as the Lowest
and we are here to meet
All Competiion.
HELFRICH
MERCANTILE
1
COMPANY.
L
i
FURNITURE STORE.
Mountain Home, Idaho*
All Kinds of r
f
7]
HOUSEHOLD GOODS;
th?
hold
.
74,
M
/
Garpets, Ruqs,
w.
Window Shades,
I « I
«25»
Uphostering.
Undertaking,
COWEN & WHITNEY.
low Prices.
Morris Bu-ildmg/
W. D. REYNOLDS,
Watchmaker,
Jeweler and
Optician*
de
Jim
the
and
a
of
Dealer in jfEWELY, WATCHES,
CLOCKS, SILVERWARE
and Musical Instruments.
Mt'u Home, ùfW -

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