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— i.5o TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: On© year by mail (Invariably in advance) If not paid in advance. 8ix month» * 4 " . Thr«e " * M . Einifle copy. W. 00 8.00 is in ers til led not the ade to a 1.00 10 ARRIVAL OF |PASSENOER TRAINS. No. I-West Round. No. 2- Kant Bound. Mountain Home.10:37 p. m. 7:80 p. m. J. A. NELSON, Agent, Mountain Home, Idaho. FI more Ijorige, A. F. & A. M. !• ■ i^ulor communication» of Elmore F. and A. M evening of, or next pre ceding the full of thentoon of each month Sojourning brother» are cordially Invited to at attend. HENRY WILLIS, Secretary. Lodge No. 30, the Wednesday a: w. A. REYNOLDS, W. M. suZSvl congregational church. Preaching Sunday at 11 ». Sunday School at 12 m. Junior Christian Endeavor at 4 p. m. Senior Christian Endeavor at B:4A. Prayer meeting, Thursday at 7:30 p. m REV. CHAS E. MASON, Paetor. », and 7:30 p. m. Thursday, May 18, 1899. Masons meet next Wednesday evening. Dr. Wm. F. Smith spent Monday at the State capital. Only a few more days to get your picture at Chinn's gallery. M. J. Carrigan was a visitor here Saturday from Glenn's Ferry. Mr. Bostwick, wife and children, departed on yesterday's stage for At lanta. Mrs. W. A. Reynolds is this week visiting her sick aunt, Mrs. Jones, near Grand View. Mrs. Gomes returned Sunday from a visit to her grandmother in Boise, Mrs. Dunnegau, who was very 6tck. H. G. Snyder, the Cat creek min ing operator, returned Sunday evening from a short visit at Og den and Salt Lake City. Mrs. E. II. Jones was reported very sick at her home on Snake river a few days ago, but we are glad to learn she is now much im proved. Sam Myer, the genial representa tive of the Falk-Block Co., Boise, made a business trip to Rocky Bar last week, going in with Sol New comer on the first wheels to reach the Bar this spring. Miss Grace McLaughlin came in from Hagerman Thursday evening, in the vicinity of which she had been teaching day went out to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. The Statesman, in an ajtiele last week, unjustly criticised the official acts of Sheriff 0,'Jfeill. He has proven himself a Very efficient offi cer and givets satisfaction to the people of Elmore county. Breaching next Sabbath at the Baptist church. Subject for morn ing sermon. "Whom shall we wor ship?" Subject for evening dis course, "God, or no God, which?" À cordial invitation to all. Deputy Sheriff Purtill, ori Mon day sold under execution 3,472 sheep belonging to the late firm of Boyd & Litte, Evans, Snyder & Buell being the purchasers. The ewes brought $2 0U per head, year lings $1.50, lambs $1.00 Joe Pearson, a planer miner on the Snake near Grand Virfw ferry, spent Sunday in this place. He represents that he has done fairly well gathering the yellow stuff this winter, and lyfter the failure of wa ter for mining purposes he expects to return to Rocky Bar. George Färber, the Pine Grove merchant, who has been sick all winter, passed through this place Thursday night en route to Boise, where he will enter St. Alphonso hospital. It is the earnest wish of numerous friends that Mr. Färber may soon regain good health. Jake Ulrich came down from Junction Bar Tuesday and brings the sad news of the death of Charles Davy, who, after a long illness, died at Rocky Rar on the 18th instant. Mr. Davy was an old resident of Rocky Bar and highly esteemed by a great many friends. The funeral took place Sunday under the auspices of the Masonic order, of which he was a member. Appraisement of estate of Wm. H. McKim was filed in the Probate Court last Friday and consists of real and personal property as fol lows: Junction Bar—mining inter ests, $1000; miscellaneous, $204.25. Mountain Home—real eRtate, $1500; personal, $10. Tolal $2714.25. In addition to the above are certificates of shares in capitol stock of the Bo naparte G. & S. Consolidated Min I ing Co., of Ohio, representing face value of $100,(XX). Also bonds of ! said company cates and bonds are worthless, ex cept for evidence against claimants of Bonaparte mine. We desire to particularly call the attention of taxpayers and patrons of the Mountain Home public school to the financial report of Messrs. I Helfrich and Hanley, the present [ members of the board of trustees. I It is the first official school report I that has been offered for publica I t: in for many years—though verbal I r, ports have "been heretofore given 1 ij former trustees at the annual I meetings of the citizens for the pur I ; -me of recommending a special tax I levy. How true mme of the verbal I statements proved to be, we will I leave for those familiar with the I past, and also the school records, to. For the careful attention of Helfrich and Wm Hanley to our school matters during the past term, there should be but one ver dict: "Well done, good and faithful ••.■rvants." school, and on Satur for $3000. Certifi H: By What Authority of Law? — Attorney General Hays» and Au ditor Sinclair, aided by Gen. Mer riam, according to associated press dispatches, have inaugurated '■government by injunction" in the Coeur d'Alene country, wherein, it ! 00 is alleged by the big metropolitan sheets, that they have removed Sheriff Young and one county com missioner, and seem to have County Attorney Samuels "spotted." what authority of law are those officers, v ! ho are the people's choice, removed? Our Idaho law provides that an elected officer must tie first tried before a jury in the district court for malfeasance of office, and convicted, before he can lie removed, and until that time he is an officer despite all removals based on the Hays-Sinclair-Merriam law. They even go further than this in giving orders to the mine own ers as to what kind of men they must employ. As everybody is presumed innocent by our law un til found guilty, an injury is thus worked upon innocent men and the rignts of a mine owner are tramp led over under apparent color of law, The union miners said the Bunker Hill must not employ scab men—the government representa tives say that mine owners shall not employ union men. They are both right or both wrong in exer cising their power. Some papers refer to the "plucky attorney general" and the "plucky auditor." It's the kind of pluck the kid showed standing upon the roof of a house, when it defied a wolf on the street below. They can easily lie "plucky" with lots of armed negroes in blue at their hacks and those over whom the pluck" is shown are confined in stockades. Sheriff Young is sneeringly re ferred to as being now in the stock ade a prisoner and on the dish washing gang. Mr. Young credit ably and ably represented Shoshone county in the State Senate two years ago, and has ever held a good reputation, and until his guilt he proven we hold a good opinion of him. There is a tendency, how ever, for the tools of monopolies to blacken the reputation of labor ad vocates. Even in our own county men of the former stamp have tried to blacken the reputation of local labor leaders, when they were not worthy to blacken their shoes. We have heard of a justice of the peace at Glenn's Ferry who once supended the Constitution of the United States. Has he established a precedent for State officers to sus pend the Statutes? Quein sa he. a ; 10 J I by 1, j j I of & He all of of by the of of fol In Bo Min face of ex the verbal given pur tax verbal will the to. of to past ver i Rudolph Larson visited Glenn's Ferry yesterday. Cabinet photos only $2 00 per dozen at Chinn's tent, on Atlanta avenue, opposite Acker's store. We have been requested to say that John Knuth, who died May 9th, of spotted fever, at the resi dence of C. H. Rinehart, was not a county charge. Miss Bertha Skidmore bas been selected as one of the teachers at Idaho Falls for the coming school term, and the trustees of that school are fortunate in obtaining her able services. H. C. Swanholm came down from Rocky Bar last Thursday evening, on his way to Pearl, where he wiil engage in tmhing. Henry is a good citizen and the Bulletin wishes him much success. Gov Steunenherg has appointed Hon. K. I. Perky of this place one of the State delegates to the Trans Mississippi Commercial Congress to be held at Wichita, Ks., on May 31. Old Tom Hanson, the Snake river placer miner, visited Boise last week and thereby got himself in a doggoned bad scrape On leav ing that city for home a dog per sisted in following his team, lie at tempted to drive the dog hack, but failed and the animal guarded him to his home. Not having any par ticular use for a dog Uncle Tom gave him to a near neighbor, Bup ' that act had ended his posing troubles so far as the canine was concerned. But not so, for to his great surprise, a few days ago an officer from Boise appeared at his door with a warrant for his arrest, charging him with the theft of the dog. In charge of the officer. Tom went to Boise Monday night, and he thinks he can convince the owner of the dog as well as the court that he is innocent of the charge because he did not want that dog, or any other dog, particularly not a Boise dog. Tom returned here Tuesday evening, having been released. I he complaining witness, Anthony Van Padua, was taxed $24 costs. POWDCft APUI ©Re ^icfi * CREAM BAKING POWDER Awarded Highest Honors, World's Fair Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair I fi I? JSTEES Of the Financial Condi Li I [ will about I and tures Splendid Showing for the Past ] Year, by an Able and Con tore, tion of School Dis trict No. 4 work sciencious Board. on The Board of Trustees of School District No. 4, beg to submit to the over went town the here taxpayers the following amounts paid by them since June 9, 1898, to May 1, 1899: Paid to teachers from Sept. 1898 to May 1, 1899.$2366 70 Paid janitors. Paid census marshal Paid interest on $14,000 bonds (one year). 1120 00 Paid G. 1). Bernard & Co., for stationery. Paid Insurance on building and furniture, expires 1901, 192 00 Paid Elmore Co. Republican, for nnting catalogues ... 50 00 Paid Cowen & Whitney, for one desk . Paid K. C. Stewart, part pay ment on blackboards .... 119 10 Raid .1. M. Neil, lor coal . 102 47 Paid John Ross, for making shelving for library. Paid Geo. Smith, for repairing wall. Paid L. T.Wilcox,lumber, etc. Paid Wm. Ruberry, for wood, 6 50 Paid C. E. Boyer, for repair ing stoves, etc. Paid Village Mount'n Home, for one street lam . . Paid M. E. House, blacksmith work on doors. Paid Helfrich M. Co. ltd, for supplies.. Paid G. W. Fletcher Co. ltd, for supplies. Paid R. W. Smith, for glass and putty.. Paid James Carroll, glazing... Paid Mrs. H. C. Mallison, li brarian . Paid incidental bills, vouch ers not issued . Cash with County Treasurer ou band,. 307 75 24 00 13 00 Snake ents, nial a 24 00 duties, ston O. 25 (X) ney for Neb. 4 00 17 10 24 55 ed Davis into 6 00 5 75 5 60 2 30 circus two of sent the 28 05 6 00 2 50 , at I Boyd fore Roy 70 02 27 00 Total We have paid the following bills that were created by the School Board prior to June 1, 1898: Paid A. B. Clark, services as clerk of board of trustees. .$ Paid teachers,. Paid janitors,. Paid Weher A Co., for window Shades,. $4,549 39 50 00 . 1183 30 . 130 15 20 60 Mr. been past Fd. from per mer. $1384 05 Total.. And there remains unpaid from 1897, for school furni $361 00 For s bool books 173 81 Total .$534 81 As the Board has no bills showing that the district owes for the school books, claimants make a satisfactory showing that this amount is due them, and they have not complied up to the present time. There is due in 1900 to E. C. Stew art, for balance on the new black boards purchased, $233.00. The amount due sctiool district No. 4, on delinquent school tax of 1898, is $673.48. The taxpayers will observe that the present Board of Trustees have paid $1.384.05 of bills that were incurred prior to the last school year. Every bill created bv the present Board has been paid excepting on blackboards. Although we had only a 7-nionths school the past year, we deemed it best for the district to pay up all the obligations as far as possible, and wit the money to come in from the de linquent taxes and the liquor licenses that will be paid in July, it will allow the new School Board to commence their term practically free from debt, with a certainty of an 8-months and possibly a 9 months school term, and not necessary for even as high a levy of tax this year as was voted last year. Respectfully submitted. E C. Helfrich,) Wm. Hanley, ( Mt'n Home, May 15, 1899. refused to pay until the we mer be A far, he —a day was a a by Trustees. Fletcher Co., yesterday shipped east three carloads of wool. Mrs. A. D. Watkins and children departed yesterday for Big Camas prairie. Mrs. Chinn, wife of Photographer Chinn, came in from Caldwell last evening. Col. Chas. W. Miller came down from Casey's yesterday and went to Boise by last night's train. Frank Smith, who has been sick for several months, left for Salt Lake last evening to enter a hospi The ta h J()hn M Ne jj of th ; g p]^ | 8 now gat h er i ng on the headwaters of the p runea u river a large number of horgegj w ),ich Ale w iH ship to the ea8tern mar ket8. J. E. Bowes, it is reported, has secured the position of time-keeper for the new railroad company at Weiser, and will soon remove his family tothat place. Yesterday we weie pleased to once more greet our old friend J. Sted upon the streets, he having J been confined to his rooms for a long time from kidney trouble. I Mavor Jake Ulrich of Junction, Bar predicts a great future for that camp, as it will be the Blipply point for several mining camps now com i ing into prominence in that section, j 1 6 v a E. C. Towne and wife returned i Monday night from an extended | visit in Maine and Massachusetts,! and proceeded to tfteir home at Rooky Baron Wednesday. We are told that Mr lew ne Will put a few at work on what is known as men the True Rollins claims on Red Warrior hill, but as to other works Ihe is reticent. Struckman Coming. [ Struck man, the Photographer, will be in Mountain Home on or One about the '21st of May for ten days. I make fine cabinet photos for$1.50l in and $2.00 per dozen. Carbon pic- j tures $1.50 to $3.00 per dozen. ] Come at once if you wish your c u.j u_r. ri . j men ness tion. J work finished before I leave town. F. StRIU KMAN. I last ! week Farmer Tom Wayte is reported j on the sick list. Henry Ellison and wife came ! over from Bruneau yesterday. Charles Chester and N. P. Nelson went to Weiser Tuesday night. Mike Oakes, car foreman, was in town yesterday from Glenn's Ferry. 1 Leonard Wav, day operator at the telegraph office, has returned j here from Minidoka. Mrs. Jesse Campbell is here from this ; Snake river, visiting with her par ents, Mr and Mrs. Little. John Smith, Prince Albert's ge nial and scientific mixolgist, made a j office at a flying trip to Glenn's Ferry yes terday. Sheriff O'Neill, owing to official duties, was unable to go to Evan- \ ston to attend the grand lodge A. O. U. W. son into to $2 tion from ! have I well, I Dr. Lenore Perky, sister of attor ney K. I. Perky, after visiting here for several weeks, departed Tuesday evening for her home at Lincoln, Neb. W. H. Manion has been appoint ed by Assessor and Collector Arthur Davis his deputy and was sworn into office last evening. The se lection is hi^ily gratifying to the Bulletin as well as to all of Mr. Manion's numerous friends. We have received a ticket from a circus company which will admit I two persons to one performance, provided we do about $4.00 worth of advertising for the same and pre sent a marked copy of the paper at the door. We don't do business ■ er. , , at way. day George W. Litts was arrested , I . it. -1 e r -ii .i- at iis L bää: claimed belonged to the firm of ' Boyd A I.itts. After a hearing be- ,, fore Justice Swan the saddle was ordered to be returned to its owner, m Roy Bell Superintendent Ewing of the Daisv mine, M. Johnson and George McWilliams came in from Pine last he of of ing 30 15 60 Grove Tuesday. Mr. Johnson and Mr. McWilliams returned to Pine Grove to-day accompanied by their families, who will remain there during the summer. The following wool sales have been made in this place during the past few days to representatives of eastern houses: Hein A Chattin, 110,(XX) pounds: J. C. Coats, 60,(MX) pounds; Wm. Kutmecke, 30,000 pounds; J. L. Gray, 25,(XX) pounds; Fd. IlalversQii, 8,(XX) pounds; Mrs. Nettie Pinkston, 14,(XX) pounds. The prices paid, we are told, ranged from 9 to 11 cents, or 3 cents less per pound than was paid last sum mer. 05 the has it the de and and of on law to bin of Junction Bar will boom thissum mer from reports. There will soon be 25 or 30 men at work on the placer diggings, which are being operated by a Scottish Company. A dredge is now being used and, so far, is a success. There will also he some building done in this camp —a hotel, butcher shop and several dwelling houses soon to be con structed, so we are informed by a private letter. The May festival given by the Young Ladies' Auxiliary laRt Fri day evening was a very pleasant affair. The ffrst on the program was the crowning of the May Queen, Miss Dona Harris, which included a greeting song by May dancers, a few appropriate words from the Maids of Honor to the Queen, who were Misses May Burns, and El vira Sullawav, after which the Queen was crowned. After her response the May dancers, 10 in number, each dressed in white and holding a pretty ribbon, executed their dance around a pole in a very able and graceful manner. So much was this feature appreciated, by an earnest request, it was re peated. Those taking part in the May dance were: Misses Rosa Lander, Lillie Bennett, May Burns, Elvira Sullaway, Gertie Wells, Isabella Davis, Annie Marion, Florence Johnson, Nora Bennington and Ora Reed. Very pretty songs were well rendered by the following girls and boys: Stella Harris and Nellie Turner, Ora Reed and Dona Harris, Sadie Keefer. Neil Mallison and Robert Easley, and Laurie Mallison, which concluded the pro ice cream and cake was Ho of at last to sick Salt now the of the g«am. served the remainder of the evening. Total receipts of the evening were $35.95. has at his once Sted J berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea a Remedy.— P. E. Grisham, Caars Mills, I La. For sale by R. W. Smith,druggist. that ^ 'JST. point ^ generous sample will be mailed of the com- most popular Catarrh and Hay Fever Cure j (Ely's Cream Balm) sufficient to demon »träte the great mi nts of the remedy. ELY BROTHERS, 66 Warren St., New York City. I have been a sufferer from chronic diarrhoe ever since the wai and have used all kinds of medicines for it last I found one remedy that has been a success as a curs, and that isCliam At i | Bev. John Reid, Jr., of Oreat falls, Mont., | at recommended Ely's Cresrn Balm to are few J lev . Francis w. l'oola, Bsstor Central Brea, as church, Helena, Mont. Ely's Cream Balm is the acknowledged cure for catarrh and contains no mercury nor »ny injuriou» drug. Price, 60 ctete I me _ Red works Endeavor State Convention. The convention is close upon us. i opening on the evening of the 30th. One week from next Tuesday even in S F" 1 , 1 program will appear next j week, In many places the business j men decorate their places of busi ness during the Endeavor conven tion. Not a had suggestion for the J business people of Mountain Home. f y Dr. Smith went to Salt Lake by I last night's train. All of our merchants have this ! week received big lots of new goods. Commodore Jackson has almost recovered from a severe attack of j ! fever, ^ ■> arr ' ve< | here last evening from Moscow, and visited the lodge in this place. Francis E. Clark is now in Cali fornia, where he will attend the State Christian Endeavor convention. Grand Master Cornwall, of I. O. The ladies of the Congregational church of Mountain Home will hold a cooked food sale at Mr. Griffith's office on Main street, Saturday, 20, at 2 o'clock. Bates low. All are invited. Elko Independent: G. W. Gray son of Beowawe, one of the largest ranchmen in Nevada, has entered into a contract with eastern parties to furnish 1200 range horses at $2 50 per head. Caldwell sends eight names of delegates to the Endeavor conven tion from two societies. New names from Boise come in, and from other towns. Our people will need to crowd up to give the visitors room. Much of the alfalfa on Camas prairie has been killed and will ! have to be reseeded. Stock is doing I well, except sheep; the loss in lambs is very htfftvy, being half in I some instances.—Hailey News-Min I ■ er. Services at the usual hours next Sunday at the Congregational church. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sun day School at 12. Junior Endesvol , v ... 0 „ . -,ir, at 5 p. m. senior Endeavor at /:lo. sr- " nj » ' ', r . ,, )|e '?L R0 J'ty at 3 a. m., Mav 16, 1899 Mrs. Louisa A. Dun m K an ' a 8 e « / h ®. flln ' >ral W,U occur at 8 o clock this afternoon from the home of her daughter, Mrs. Andrewutha, 1131 Grove street Dunmgan was a pioneer of Boise.—Statesman. Attorney K. I. Perky returned last night from Silver city, where he had been attending the district court. He informs us that Wm. Cooper, the young man convicted of assault with intent to kill, was sentenced to 18 months in the peni tentiary, the court, in consideration of his good family connection, be ing very lenient. Administrator's Notice of Sale of Real Estate. Notice i» hereby given that in pursuance of an order of the Probate Court of the tk>unty of Kmore, of the State of Idaho, made on the nth da\ of July, 1898, in tint matter of the estate of (:hri«topher ;d, the undersigned, the administrator private sale, to the highen! bidder for ca»h, lawful money of the United Staten, » confirmation by »aid I'rolmte Court, on \> EDNKSHAY, the Tint day of MAY, 1899, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the Probate court-room, at Mountain , in the county of Klmore, all the ri^ht, title Itèrent that the »aid estate lia» by operation of law or otherwise acquired, other tha to that of the »aid Christopher Terrill at the time of bin death, in and to all those certain lot«, pieces or parcels of land, situate, lyimr and being in tuiid county of Klmore, of the State of Idaho, and bounded d dcHcribed an follows, to-wit: 31, and lot» 1, 2, 3 and 4, section 30, township 4, S. K 0 K. of Boise meridian. Also possessory right to and in one island in Snake river, opposite above described land, containing 20 Terrill, deee of »aid estate, will sell I'jvt I a in Ho ittlllltioil Lot 4, sectK litioriH of sale: Cash, ten per cent of accompanying sealed hid» for pur the day of »ale. Italaiu a !■ purchase chose, on of wale by said Probate Court, purchaser. > •onfirmation Heed at expense of F. P. AhK, Public Administrator Haiti Klmore county, and administrator of the Estate of Christopher Terrill, dec Aug. M. Hiunott, attorney for administrator. Hated Mav 13, 181*9. ml»td ! In the Probate Court of Elmore County, State of Idaho. Slate of Idaho, County of Elmore *s. In the matter of the Estate of William McKim, 1 MOd Notice by Clerk of Time and Place for Hearing Petition to Sell Mining Property. >n of C K. Corker, uni acting administrât.« of the McKim, deceased, praying for an ining property for the purposea »et id petition, it in hereby Ordered, That all persons interested in the »aid estate ap|*car before the Judge of »aid Probate Court at the court room of »aid Court, in the Milage of Mountain Home, County of Elmore, JL'NE 20, 1899, at 10 o'cloak a. ui , then and there * why such order should uot be granted to said administrator to »ell the projierty described in Haiti petition Itelonging to «aid estate. And it is further ordered that this order he pub lished in the Elmore Bulletin, a uew»i»ptr printed and published in »aid county, for four »ueoeiwive Hated May lfi, 1899. On filing ami reading the petit!« appointed * William ! the duly estate of order to »ell forth in TUESDAY Rhow c J. S. WHITE, Clerk. WASHING DISHES Washing Clothes Beiug a little, impru dent about drying your bauds, after wards exposing to the wind, and you havo opened the way for rough, red, chatqied hand s. the Cure City. At 4« La Tosca" Floral Gream insures soft, white hands, free from chaps or roughness. vr 25 c per bottle. Similis Pharmacy. | Brea, Notice to Creditors. Estate of Edwin F Doolittle, I>eoe*»(xl. Notice I» hereby ifiven by the imdeniiKned, admin I ist rator -.f the e»iate of Edwin K. Doolittle, deceased, : creditor« of. and all persons having claims id deceased, to exhibit them, with the cher», within ten month» after the first • h< _ against, the necesaary v publication of thin notice, to the »aid administrator, at his market at Glenn's Ferry, in the county of El more, State of Idaho. „ Dated at Mountain Home, Idaho, May 9, 1^99. JOSEPH KOSKVEAK, Administrator of the Estate of Edwin F. Doolittle, deceased. By Aug M. alnr. *t, Attorney for Adm'r ®yli ChasR.Kelsey&to i * f y [ ()[(;( [( y, Clothing. Hams, per pound . B Bacon " .,. Patent Flour, per sack,. . Arbuckle Coffee, pr pound Sugar, per sack. Bayo Beans, by sack ... Elgin Butter, per pound. . Potatoes, per hundred . . .$1 75 Bran & Shorts, pr hund'd 1 00 M A M Tea, per pound. Head Light Oil, per case. $2 75 Stock Salt, per ton. Hay, lier ton. 11c We have the largest stock of Clothing ever carried in this coun try. It comprises all that is de sirable in mens' wear, low as $1.00 and up to $20.00, lie 90c 12 Je $(i 50 Suits hé 4 Jo r We wish to call special atten tion to our All Wool mens' suits, nicely tailored, well and durably 30c $ 8.50 50c lined, fit well, at These come in several desira« 12 (X) 14 (X) i hie shades and patterns. We have EVERYTHING in the way of General Merchandise. Mail orders promptly attended to. Write for prices on anything you may want. i CHAS. R. KELSEY & GO. Mountain Home, Idaho. Helfrich Mercantile Company. Limited. Mountain Home, Idaho. General Merchandise. of WE ARE DAILY of Receiving New Goods in All Lines. OUR PRICES Arc as Low as the Lowest and we are here to meet All Competiion. ■ the an »et of to in HELFRICH MERCANTILE COMPANY. FURNITURE STORE. Mountain Home, Idaho. All Kinds of W 0 T Carpets, Ruas, Window Snades. ! :* l UphostcrinR. admin claims the first Undertaking. El GOWEN & WHITNEY. Morris Building, low Prices.