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I ELMORE COUNTY, IDAHO. fi. M PAYNE, MABEL L. PAYNE. r - Editor« and Proprietors. Mountain Home, April 27, 1899. John i . Hryant llttR sold nis I^ittlc j Camas rancii to Willis & Dyar. Mr. Martinez, fine cigare at Pensacola and Key West, Fla., was in this place a few | days ago, and was the guest of Al bert Rosenheim. manufacturer of i I It makes no difference how bad the j wound if you use DeWitt's Witch | Hazel Salve; it will quickly heul and leave no scar. Boeeoe Smith, druggist. ; So Mr. Hanna denies that he had : a finger in the rotten beef contracts. We believe him. If he had had the deal to make the soldiers would not have gotten even embalmed beef He would have swiped the whole thing. The sentiment against the imper ialism of the gold-grabbing admin istration is growing very fast, even in the ranks of |t he republican par ty. Many prominent republicans being the most outspoken against such an un-American policy. In 1888 my wife went Kust and was attacked with rheumatism. She re ceived no jelief until she tried Cham berlain's Pain Halm. Since that lime we have never been without it. find it gives instant relief in cases of burns and scalds and is never failing for rheumatic and neuralgic pains.— D. C. Brant, Santa Yuez, Cal. For sale by R. W. Smith, druggist. The Hailey News Miner says: Clarence Winchester, a sheep man, was fined #10 and costs yesterday by Justice of the Peace Brodhead, for failure to notify the assessor of his entrance into the county with sheep, within ten days of such en trance. The costs amounted to about #40. We The recent municipal elections have shown encouraging and healthy democratic gains—especial ly in such republican strongholds as Ohio—the earthly home of King Hanna the first and his puppet president. Surely the people are awakening to the fact that gold standard, imperialistic, trust breed ing republicanism must be sup pressed if our government is to sur vive. By allowing the accumulations in the bowels to remain, the entire svs them is poisoned. DeWitt's Little Early Kisers regulate the bowels. Try them and you will always us them.— Roscoe Smith, pharmacist. ''From Carnal to Spiritual" will be the general theme of services next Sunday at the Congregational church—in the forenoon "Carnal," in the evening, "Spiritual. Services at 11a. in. and 8 p. tn. Sunday School at 12 o'clock, and has "The promise of the Comforter, the Holy Spirit" for a lesson The Junior Endeavor comes at 5 o'clock for a half hour and tells "How God re wards those that do his will." The Senior Christian Endeavor is at 7:15, and answers the question, "How shall we divide our time?" This is consecration meeting in both Senior and Junior Endeavor. Gos pel meeting Thursday evening. "A word to the wise is sufficient" and a word from the wise should lie sufficient, but you ask, who are the wise? Those who know. The oft re yeated experience of trustworthy per sons may be taken for knowledge. Mr. VV. M.Terry says Chamberlain's Cough Remedy gives better satisfaction than any other in the market. He has been in the drug business at Elkton, Ky., for 12 years; lias sold hundreds of bottles of this remedy and nearly all other cough medicines manufactured, which shows conclusively that Cham berlain's is the most satisfactory to the people, and is the best. For sale by R. VV. Smith, druggist. That "slobber" over Assessor Arthur Davis in last week's gold bug sheet must have been supreme ly nauseating to Mr. Davis as it was to his friends who are posted. After using every means—foul or fair—by writing letters to the in eurance company of a defamatory and lying nature, afte- warning pen-, pie to keep off his bond after cans ing the official bond to be raised to enormous tigureg, the poor slave of the goldbug gang, now that Mr Davis has secured his bond without the aid of a single goldbug, has the sublime gall to offer the Assessor sympathy and wish him well, those who know all the damnable acts of the goldbug gang in their To . . . , ,, . , persecution of Arthur Davis, the slobbering item referred to is most disgusting. But of such is goldbug ism in Mountain Hone. If you suffer from tenderness or full on the right side, pai.is under shoulder-hlade, constipation, bilious ness, sii^k headache, and feel dull, heavy and sleepy, your liver is torpid and congested. DeWitt's LittleFarly Kisers will cure you promptly, pleas antly and permanently by removing the congestion and causing the bile ducts to open and flow naturally. They are good pills. Roscoe Smith, druggist, 1 , . l hose desiring instructions ne88 in instrumenta! music should ap ply to Miss Maltel L. Bayne. Class ical music and instructions to be ginners a specialty. If you have piles cuke them. No use undergoing horrible operations! that ("imply remove the reeulu of the) disease without difiturbin^ the dineant jUelf. Place your confidence in I)< - Witt '« Witch Hazel Halve. It ha* never failed to cure others ; it will not fail to cure you. Iioecoe Hrnith, drug'at. f Mrs. M. King, proprietor« 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 set* for yourself. A Little Plain Talk. po n and control the Republican goldbug county official organ. The poor, *enk kneed wretch who claims to edit "the organ" la but the pliant tooi of his masters, and like others who have County Attorney Sinnott d the editor of the | I Bili.ktin are the objects of the wrath of th« litis le« who preceded him, when the "bneaee M c longer they will cant him a«ide like a squealed lemon. lie does not implore Deltv for bh'wiing*. hut is an j for crumbs that fall from hi« table. He abandoned ihood at the ; masters and became the ahfect slave e of those who own him body and him u»«» ooi impiore i>euy for missings, nut la an j hiunble miDplicant at the feet of the omnipotent R«ms | »oui. „T 1 "' 1 " 1 "' lâid **' de hta behest of hi« i and willing k What is the offense committed by County Attorney though a free Si I ott? He had the temerity, I born American, to aspire to the office of County At j torncy, and tn be preferred by the people of Elmore | county to "the Ho««' ti ; Judire sinn.itt. : ^ a. to the uncalled tor atuek of of to an Friday," w ho i the Boss takes snuff. Hence the Boss hates the Bulletin only to say that we have exposed the hy •s of the "I often that we have earned their e hav pocrisy and pusillanimous prête bator gang" lignai. t hatred—ami prouder epitaph, when called from this scene of ac tion, than this; "Here lies a or favored the Mountain Home Gold bugs." We wi would Ihj commenced against Mias Lodge. The charge in the Republican that we instigated the suit, is without the slightest foundation. Inquiries of the County Attorney elicited the following information: That the law requires the county superintendent at the time of his election or appointment to pot*« ss a valid first grade certificate. The law expressly stat ing that no one shall be eligible to this office unless glad of It. We want that neither feared I bator Gang of action that possessing this qualification. This provision, County Attorney Sinnott says is of vital importance. But the "Incubator" attorney refers to this requirement of the Idaho statutes We leave "a mere technicality." impartial public to judge which posi tion is correct and reasonable. The County Attorney, in »ustaiiiins hi» action, Bay« that every art eerfornietl by one outing perintendent of publie instruction a ho i» indicible i» nugatory- thun emharroeising the entire school «y« tem of the county. Another provisi County Attorney the duty of in»tilullnz iu the name of the People of the State of Idaho -ho unlawfully exercise« >f the statute imposes the •tion to oust the duties of a any connty office. Judge Sinnott says that a lien Miis Lodge was sworn in, he questioned her eligibility. That Mr. Howie was present, and under his advice the Board ignored the counsel offered by the County Attorney. That Mr. Howie said then that the way to tion wi the quee by quo warranto in the district court done. w hich Sinnott has The "gang" organ says that they want the matter tested in court, and then howl like kicked cui cause steps have been taken to test it in court. be Mr. Sinnott bas only done his sworn duty like a fearless vont of the people—beci of public record that Miss Lodge failed to pt amination in Elmore county entitling her to a valid first-grade certificate, and that she wi of her election, »dent of public instruction. e it is a matter not the holder when she w as the tii vor i As to the vile insinuations hurled by the goldbug organ at Judge White who conducted the examination id bis board of examiners the time Mis Lodge failed to pass, we have little that cept ifldence in their integrity and have entire et ability. The fact that Mias Lodge took from their findings and instituted set them aside, convince« to coniplaiN. The slave" in a re at lie the re of all the by appeal proceedings to thut she had no grounds ardly attack made by "the old soldier ami two estimable ladies, all of unquestioned reputation, is despicable. The "gang" dare knowing their infamv. We do not desire to censure Miss Lodge. She ho* been the victim of false friends, w ho have advised her against her begin u criminal prosecution, well •h a course would result in laying bare vn Intel further their i*lS bitioua. llhouiiititiNin Cured. My wife lms u.-ed Chamberlain*!« Fain Balm for rheumatism with great relief, and I tan recommend it splendid liniment fur rheumatism and other hoUHehuld use for which we have found it valuable.— W. J. Cuyler, Red Creek, N. Y. Mr. Cuyler is one of the leading merchants of this village and one of the most prominent men in this vi cinity.—VV. Cl. l'hillips, editor of Red Creek Herald. For salt: by It. VV. Smith, druggist. Racking headaches, bleary eves, weakness, noises in head. Hudyan cures. All druggists. 50 cents. The Mexican Herald reports that the Bank of London and Slexico, in the City of Mexico, has declared its usual annual dividends of eight per cent and puts £30,000 to its reserve. If Mexico was not one of those poor, degraded silver countries, that hank would he doing pretty well.—Salt Lake Tribune. Don't think you can cure t liât sliclit attack of Dyspepsia by dieting, or trial it will cure itself. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will cure it ; it "digests what you eat" and restores the digestive or gans to health. Roscoe Smith druggist it Orders for engraved calling cards, invitations, wedding cards, etc.. or j w jH be received at this oflice, or hv in- calling on the junior editor of the Bulletin, Miss Mabel L. Payne, pen-, The businesfi men of lhia countrv are becomi heartilv wearv of thfi to of They must lick revenue law. stamps from morning to noon and from noon to night. Every deed, mortgage, note, check, telegram, bottle of medicine, l»ox of pills, and , , ' e •"« " it» fact almost everything must be stamped. It is a blarsted nuisenoe. has To I was reading an advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di the ttrrhoea R ome d y in the Worcester Fn ( terprise recently, which leads me to ] write this I can truthfully say 1 never used any remedy equal to it tor eolie and diarhoea. I have, never had to i l ' s e mom than one or two d. *be worst ease with myself or children I ^ • A. Stroud, I'opomoke City, Md ! ^ ür B 11 K' hy R. W. Smith, : bile *', lm ! li 4 j U . j checked dunng the day, while passen ; X'' r Oains run on present schedule. After 7 o'clock p. 111 . the station is in charge of the night operator, and t*8 to cure To the Public. Wheneqer pomiblê« patron» should tickets and ^e( hrt^^Hgr ap be making hu application passengers tickets and checks at a late hour may be unable to obtain them. No J. A. Nelson, Agent. For Over Fifty Yearn. the) An Old and Well-Tkikd Remedy. Mr». Wiunlow's Hoothing Syrup haw - been uaed for over fifty year« by mil ha* lion» of mother« for their children not while teething* with perfect Fucceat. It sootheg the child, soften* the gums, f allay* all pain, cured wind colic, the best remedy for diarrhoea. In pleas ant to the ta*te. Hold by drugging in every part of the world. Twenty-five cent« a bottle. It* value ia incaleu and lb i„ble. Be sure and a«k for Mrs. Wius low's Soothing Syrup, und, take no ! other kind. Commissioners' Proceedings. April *24 Board met in regular newt ion. Present, Commissioner« Holland, Stanfield and Griffith, and Attorney Sinnott and Clerk Smith, Oouiuiunteatlon of Justice Mullany, to whom the matter of remitting fine of Win. Dixon, refusing to act in the matter, was lead. Also communication from County Surveyor Rlmade« regarding the road along South Boise river to | I of th«* proposed j Kockv Bar. Proteat of C E. Corker again at issuing of warranta for cWun against the county until the close of the ; •eaaion, was read and filed, vey A. J. Chester, road overseer, dist 2, allowed $181.25. Liquor bond of A. Roaenheim, Mt'n Home, with E. C. Helfrieh id Wi Search field as sureties, was ap proved. Adjourned to the 25th. April 26. These bills were allowed: W. A. Wilson, witness certificate, #), Win Hanley, black«inithing,$4. ;r thirty qualified L. Lodge be appointed county superintendent of public instruction, there being a question of law os to whether she A petition wa« read signed I*y citizens, that Miss A le gally holds said office. Miss Lodge was than appointed to hold the said office of school superintendent. A petition to appoint C. H. Rinehart a justice of the in-ace for Mountain Home precinct, signed by S3 voters, w as laid over. The matter of salaries of county offie up for action Mr. Griffith moved that the salaries of county officers be fixed Sheriff, $1600 und Clerk, $1000 Assessor, $1800. Probate Judge, $750. Treasurer, $ 800 . Superintendent of Schools, $500. Surveyor, $300. Coroner, $200. Commissioners, $600 each. Motion lost. Stanfield mo veil that the salaries be fixed at the is at a thru ea of follows: j deputy at $900. e deputy d o 900 following figures: Sheriff, $ 18 »K) Clerk, $1800 and one deputy at 9U0. Assessor, 82000. Judge, $700. Treasurer, $80o. Supt. Schools, $000. Surveyor, $400. er, $150. lis'ioners, $5<X> each. Holland proposed the following salaries: d deputy at 0O0 i» «y« Cor. Motion lost. c Sheriff, $1800 anti one deputy at $900. Clerk, 1800 and deputy at 900. 100. the Judge, 800. Treu* Supt. of Schools, 625. oust a Surveyor, 400. Coroner, 150. Coiumissio Motion lost. the salary of each officer id finally the following salaries were of Elmore county until Jau ch. I, 600 then taken A vote wt separately fixed for the offk-ci ry 9, 1901: deputy at $900. d one deputy at VKK). Sheriff, $1800 Clerk, $1800 a Assessor, $2100. Judge, Ä7:'»<). d , $800. Surveyor, $4<X). School Superintendent, $600. *r, 8150. missiouers, $500 each. The order of the Board in regard to the office of the county superintendent of public instruction is terially that whereas, quo warranto proceedings have enced against Anna L. Lodge, the acting county superintendent, alleging in complaint thut the said acting superintendent is ineliigihle to said not at the time of her election the holder <«f a valid first-grade teacher's certificate, and w hereas, Mis* Lodge is now the holder of a valid fir-d-grade teacher's certificate, and if the allegations in complaint i exists a vacancy in the said office, and a petition be ing filed signed by the requisite number of voters of this county praying for the ap|K>intment of Miss Lodge to the said office. It is ordered that Miss Anna L. Lodge be and she is hereby appointed to the office of superintendent of public instruction of El mo re county, to fill the unexpired term. 1:30 p. in - Board reconvened. Bond of Anna L. Lodge os county school superintendent in tht sum of $2000 was approved, and Miss l«odge such officer. Petition for appointment of C H. Rinehart as ju tiee of the peace of Mountain Hume precinct, was tabled. Additional bond of Win. Arthur Davis, as tax col lector, in the sum of 824,500, was approved. bond of Cy V. Smith, with J. L. Goodyear eties, was approve I. be a valid as office for the reason that she wt cept and said suit true, there to "the all The ho* her I well bare sworn Lite and The«». Waltei April 26 -Ordered that the petition fu lient of 0. 11. Rinehart i the table. Ordered, that C. H. Hine appoint justice of the i»ence be take! hart be appointed Justice of the |>ea.>e of Mountain .pfro Hoi i" of vi Mr. Griffith moved that a copy of the Elinor letin he takci Bul antl that the same be for yes kept on Hit in the iditor's office. Lost—not being I We do not know w hat prompted this vended motion, but we do know that by order of the board the Bulletin has been sent to the county clerk » office and that tht <w indebted to : ription.l Bill» allowed -John Holland, mileage, $0.65; J. B. Stanfield, mileage, »3.00. I he Board then approved the minutes <»f this meet* die. in its per | U adjourned ing S. 1). Bridge, editor and proprietor nt the Democrat, Lancaster, N. H , vs: "I would not be without One Minute Cough Cure for my boy, when troubled with a cough or cold. It is tlie best remedy for croup I ever used." Koseoe Smith, pharmacist. CATARRH OF THE STOMACH I trial or I» a chronic disease. There Is an inflamma tion of the inner coating of the stomach. A thick, ropy mucus forma ^ and this causes the more pronounced symptoms. It remains in the stomach hv the thfi T' ' z in and decomposes. Then, of course, digestion can not be properly perform ed The gr*'«l vegetable remedy Hl'UYAN never lick L | r i g 5 - 1 . 11 « to cite,t a cure, j j huuyan c«n be h»<t ot f • * u druggist» lor 60 u. per 1 , . P '"'"'* 6 ,' 1 U T h «ymptotn« carefully (rout thtschart. fcacn mun be ter represent« a symptom or a group of «y I tom«. You h»ve the «ymptom». u«e uui> p- j Y AN aud they will disappear. of Di ! Fn THE SYMPTOMS ARE: to 1 BILIOUS HEADACHE. This I« more pronounced in the morning. HUD YAN will relieve the headache. to 8 p AIN and tenderness IN the stomach Thi. 1 « due to in.lige« is tion. MCDYAN will cause the food to be and some perfectly digested and the psiu and tenderin'»« will di»«pi»ear. e ENLAHÖEMENT OF THE LIVER HUDYAN will lessen the conges tion and reduce the enlarged liver to IU nor 1 size. 2 3. RED AND WATERY EYES. HUDYAN will cause the redness to disap and make the ey assume their nor* ÏPI»«* liai, healthy appearance. 4 COATED TONGUE AND FOE T1D BREATH AND RAD TABTE IN THE MOUTH. HUDYAN will clear au«i »weet the tongue, make the breath pure «c the bad taste to disappear. anl hu rill rrllove you of the nbore Do not delay. HUDYAN aymptoniH and make you well. your druggist at pa« kage ot HUDYAN for 50c. If your druggist doe« not keep it, «end d HUDYAN K KM FD Y COMPANY, 111 send it lo haw you. in 4 p roc u 6 for $2.50. j Go a art to ti Kan Francisco, ■al.. and they consult the great HUDYAN lb DOCTOR« KKKK. Do not forg»*t that. Call and *ee them If you wish. You may call an i see them, or write, as you desire. Add Y 1 HUDYAN REMEDY COMPANY, no Cor. Stockton, Market and Ellis St«., 6«n Froncitoo, Cot. Of Interest to Water Users. It now being ruv duty to appoint' Water Masters for the various wa ter districts of tnv judicial district, f I would suggest that the water us ers in each district, by petition or otherwise, suggest to me a suitable person, reasonable compensation and when his services should begin, etc. This has been done in a num ber of instances, and will largely aid the Court or Judge in making appointments. It might he well to suggest, as often as possible to non-users of the water in question, that I will only make such appointment where there is no opposition, or when all are united on some one of their number. C. O. Stockslaokb. Judge of the Fourth Judicial District of Idaho. $100 HEWAHI). .HUM) The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been ahle Cutarih Hall's Catarrh 0 cure known to the a constitutional dise treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, o< ting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the cure in all its stages, d that is ly positive Hlic&l fraternity. Catarrh being 'quires a constitutional is the , thereby destroying the foundation of und giving the patient strength by building up the constitution doing its work. The proprietors have in its Dollars for list of testimonials. Address, K. J. CHENEY ii CO., Toledo, (). Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. »1st i tig nut eh faith rative power», that they offer One Hundred \ case that it fails to cure, bend for Pale, emaciated, thin, weak men and women. Hud van cures, druggists, 50 cents. One of our goldbug exchanges ex tols the republican party and aaysr 'The republican party builds up: the democratic party pulls down." Yes, the republican party builds up trusts and monopolies, and the democratic party tear them down. The abuses that trust practice are well known. They limit produc tion bv closing down factories, they raise prices by stilling production, and they pay enormous dividends on fictitious capital by raising the prices on their wares. Some of the results of neglected dyspeptic conditions jf the stomach are cancer, consumption, heart disease ami epilepsy. Kodol Dyspepsia. Cure prevents all this by effecting a quick cure in allcases of dyspepsia. Roscoe Smith, pharmacist. All CATARRH Ask your Druggist for a generous 10 CENT TRIAL SIZE. Ely's Cream Balm coni a. us no cocaine, Hp / mercury iu»r any other ** drUq. FrSdjSSjg _^ I It is quickly Absorbed. Gives Redef at once. Tt opens and cleanses the Nasal Passages. Allays Inflammation. Heals and Protects the Membrane. Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Full Size 60 c. ; Trial Size 10c. ; at Druggists or by mail. ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren Street, New York. Eut »aie "v it. W. 8 niLii, uiuggiat, M ou u tain Home, Idaho. injurii COLD <N HEAD 3 3= O p n ö 8H tj O- o 3 tg # W ^ Ö TO m o wt* , < M M r - «to o u ~ »T3 o r O in 41 tt o O n 3 ^ o tt "1 3 s tt tt 7" =3 a ■n 41 Notice of Forfeiture. To JOHN CONOKON, of Boise City, l.laho, his heirs, legal rep » and assign»: y notified that I the a* during the ndred dollars (42«k)) in labor MOUNTAIN BUCK eh vear dersigned, «i 1HU8 • he r. '1 led two hu I- d 6X1 j j»r«i nrn I the •, being one hundred dollar» 1 In order quart/ 1" hold saul claim claii of the laws of the United State«, lal»c»r up.» fui I \ December 31, 1897 •r the pro annual 6«peet , riding i *, being the amount i 1 claim for the year 1 1898. Said claim 1» sit he dividing ridge be Dm* ek in Kockv Bar, Elmore Countv, State of Idaho, Bçar C TAIN BUCK mine. If within runty «lay» after the j ining clan qui red to hold » i . Steel creek «I Be ; ', k Mining di«t t lost publication contribute your i of you os aid claim, to ot this nc proportm fail if use <f tbejexpenditure .id claim , qt iit 'i v«»u do not coutrlbiitc of the b ibscril ■onic the pro| ho ba» ■ ■ I b it I» » of the law» ab« e amount expended i» the »1 March 9 9Ud. ft «1 to. V« P >poi I of tl 1 of ** HENRY THOMPSON. g raB MHM MMK tsa A big yield of both H profit and satisfaction will result if you plant M FERRYS Seeds Th«y iD yn ihr f MOV hut Wr.yV Do »st I* tute -buy Hold by all dealers. Write lor tlhr VJ Seed A Everything neat and ,-lean and the table unetlr j j D.M FERRY A CO..Detroit.Mich. MID « .rnni Jill l.lL fit. ntain flot Hv Mrs. Glenn ami Mli M«» c, Idaho >lary Gray. t»a Bi cular attention paid to the comfort of <■< janl 2tf lit] travelers. New Stories ot Washington. p au i Leicester Ford, the historian anc ] novelist, has gathered together ; f r0 m various sources a number of ; stories of Washington, and | new publishes them in the May Ladies' Home Journal as "The Anecdotal Side of George Washington, the stories are capitally told, and together they reveal the character istics of the great American in a most interesting and impressive manner. All Until further notice our charges for feeding animals at our stables in Mountain Home will be for single feeds 25 cents and #1.00 per span over night. Pence & Searchfield. March 30th, 1899. Pnuemonta, hi grippe, coughs, colds, croup und whooping-cough readily yield to One Minute Cough Cure. Use this remedy in time and save a doc tor's bill—or the undertaker's. Roscoe Smith, pharmacist. E. M. WOLFE, LAW Y E R , Mountain Home, Idaho. K. I. PERKY, Attorney at Law, Mountain Home, Idaho. Office in Reynolds block, corner of Atlanta avenue and Canyon st. A. M- SINNOTT. ATTORNEY AT LAW. COUNTY ATTORNEY. Mountain Home, Collections promptly attended to. Idaho. HARRY C. WYMAN. FRANK T. WYMAN. WYMAN & WYMAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. BOISE CITY, IDAHO. Patents for mining claims a specialty. Collections promptly attended to. novH DR. B. B. SWAN, Resident Dentist the Mountain Home, Idaho. or of FICE—Two doors north of Reynolds <ft Shaw's office. SAMUEL G. RHOADES, CIVIL ENGINEER, COUNTYSURVEYOR And U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Mountain Home, Idaho. Experience in all branches of "gricultural and irrigation. eying, mineral CITY MEAT MARKET Mountain Home, Idaho. F. P AKE. • • Proprietor CITY BAKERY. Fresh Pies, Cakes, Bread, etc., Baked Daily. All made by White help. l*r Meals at all hours. MRS. M. A. KING, Prop'r. WILLIS & DYAR, Contractors and Builders, Mountain Home, Idaho. ■Mima VITALITY, LOST VIGOR AND MANHOOD Cures Impotency, Night Emissions and wasting diseases, all effects of se^f a tj Usei or excess and Indis cretion. A nerve tonic and Itlood builder. Brings the pink glow to pale cheeks and restores the fire of youth. By mailSOc per box; Ö boxes lor $2.50; with a written guaran tee to cure or refund the mouey. NERVITA MEDICAL CO. Tlinton Bl Jackson Sta., CHICACO, I Lis \ *y, sr MS* Notifie of Forfeiture. nrn I To WILLIAM CHKOUKM, his heir» .1 •tilled that I have the STELLA * on the AUNT ELIZA mine <>r claim, red dollars 'i bv :d o i hundred dollar P hundred <lolb the j wribed Blaine lui in. • ti the UNCLE BEN mine mient«, the three Creek Mining District, more particularly de* the west h> tiie Jim tht* ea«l by the ' HowoJd lodo« Bona i . or claim, in lain claims being situated in Be anty, Idaho at being hot 1 Wat* York anti Ohio : ided o trspout lodes, . and the Joh the head of Democrat gulch, ■.imp, in order to hold mich premises under the ion* of section 2324 Revised .Statutes of the ount required to hold the \car ending December 31, 5 for such work and and if within of this notice of one hundred "f such expenditure as a said claims will t»ecnme 1er section 2324 of , N ited States, being the the k 1 cl ' Your indel I 189 In ess to ; hundred «loll ;nt« 1 * days after the tirstpublieati you fail to contribute the dollar» P ro l ti it,. Ih,- I perty « *f the ;«1 State» Statutes. 90d pd Feb B. J NOR DYKE, 8h Dyspepsia Cure. Digests what you eat. ItartlfiriallydiRpststhefood 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, Heaitburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Sick Headache. Gast ralgla,Cramps,and all Other rest; 1 1S ( ,f I mpcrfec.t digestion. Prepared by E. C. DelVltt A Co , Chicago. j Smith Pharmacy. 6. w. rleiciier Co. LIMITED. General Merchandise Deniers in No Tricks, No Baits. No Schemes. Straight Business Done on Business Principles. Call and inspect our lines Before Purchasing Elsewhere. Remember the Name. Q. W. FLETCHER CO. Ltd. Odd Fellows' Block, Main Street, Mountain Ilome, Tdal I<>. JOHN Ci. GRAY. HIRAM \V GRAY, Cashier. CITIZENS' BANK Of Mountain Home, Idaho. A General Banking Business Transacted. Correspondence Solicited. I MeCORND'K \ CO., »Salt City, Utah. *' ( Kol'NTZE BROS., We do not accept public moneys Correspondents... Ne York City. deposit. HOWARD SEBREE, President • . F. WHITE, Vic«-Pstsio«MT W. R. SEBREE, Cashier /IS first national Bank / /IS /IS As CALDWELL, IDAHO ns s A General Banking Business Transacted CORRESPONDENCE INVITED (S A. ROSENHEIM, »Successor to J. Ottenheimer & Co., Pabst Milwaukee Beer Wholesale Dealer in AND DISPENSER OF THE Finest Liquors and Cigars. Your patronage In fact, everything that can he found at a first-class Cafe. solicited. Gentlemanly treatment for all. A. ROSENHEIM, Proprietor. ©alane M aleen. 3 he - CHAS. \A 1 . HOWETH, AAanager. Next dour( île Postofte : . f ) Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Drop in and Smile With .Us. C. E. BOYER Practical Tinner. Mountain Home, Idaho. All kinds of Tin work solicited. Pipe work. _ ^ Stove Re pairing a Specialty a nd satisfaction guaranteed. Also Pum 3 and WM. SEARCHFIELD. JOHN PENCE. Mountain Ho ne LIVERY I FEED STABLE PENCE & SEARCHFIELD, Prors. Successors to A. \V. Lock man. FINE RICS & GOOD SADDLE HORSES Dealers in Ilay and Grain. Stock Carefully Provided for. CITY SCALESlat thetiStable.