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1 1 tëlmorc $uUftin. I art; ELMORK COUNTY, IDAHO. . PAYNE, EL L. PAYNE, » ». EDITORS AND PSOMUBTORS. County Official Paper. and Mountain Home, Feb. 28, 1901. of [Fresh bread for sale by Mrs. [I tr. IjMrs. Hill and Miss Epperson re Ktrned to Boise last evening, if Mrs. Nellie Hall has been granted Hdivoroe from I, N. Half at Boise. Eg The reservoir at Mrs. Place on Kattletnake Creek was p arried away by the recent high Eater, on of , , ; Some people have just discovered hat there is occasionally gambling |oing on in this town and want it [(topped. But can they? Another coal mine horror oc jurred at Diamond ville, Wyo., on .he 25th. About 40 miners were mffocated, caused by fire in the Hill's [mine. I Monday Mrs J. M. Cowen re iceived the sad intelligence that [her sister, residing at Columbus, :Ks., died suddenly from pneu monia. Rev. McPherson came in from Weiser Tuesday evening, on his way to Rock Springs, where he will take charge of the Episcopal church of that place. Manager Brockman of the Saw tooth Mining Company at Rocky Bar did not go east, having learned by telegraph that Mrs. Brockman was recovering from her recent ill ness. 1 ff» County Surveyor Rhoades re I turned Tuesday from Neal where f he had been on professional hus ! iness. He reports the creekH over ! flowing and the roads almost im I passable. The mines of that place I are making good returns of gold. The bill in the legislature redtic ( ing railroad fares to 3 cents a mile was reported hack hv the commit tee without recommendation, and sent to the calendar. This action I looks like "the people he d-d sentiment prevails in that bedy. When Mrs. Nation breaks into some other persons house she shouts: ''Praise he to God! is the way with some cranks, they endeavor to hold God responsible for their own deviltry. Guitean said God told him to asaascinate Garfield. r) This Roscoe Smith guarantees every but tle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ami will refund tlio money to anyone who is not satisfied after using two This is tlie thirds of the contents, best remedy in tlie world for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough and is pleasant arid safe to take. It prevents any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia, novdfcf, J. D. Morris, C. S. Geerhart, Geo. L. Crandal, W. H. Noland, Albert Welch, J. M. Loveland, Cy Burns, George Clark, J. B. Wells, Charles Brady, Herman Jacobson, Joseph Rosevear, Henry Haft'nr, Ves Roll bins, James Downs, Ben E.Swalen, all of Elmore county, have been drawn as jurors for the Uuited States court at Boise for the March term. Many people are asking what the meaning of "Pan" is as used in re lation to the Pan-American exhibi tion. Pan is a Greek word which means all, and coupled with the word America, in connection with the great exposition which opens at Buffalo next season, relates to all the countries in North and South America, who are expected to ex hibit After 40 odd years experience in the newspaper business, and being swindled times to numerous to re call to mind, the writer has camly arrived at the conclusion that none but dishonest men will take a pa per for years and then refuse to pay for it. Such people need watch ing, for they'll rob all with whom they have any business dealings. The greatest danger from colds and la grippe is their resulting in pneu monia. It reasonable care is used however, and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy taken, all danger will be avoided. It will cure a cold or an at tack of la grippe in less time than any other treatment. It is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by Roscoe Smith, druggist. Senator Purtill has introduced a bill to change the judicial districts by adding the sixth, and pro ides as follows: First district—Shoshone and Kootenai. Second—Latah, Nez Perce and Idaho. Third—Wash ington, Canyon. Ada and Boise, Fourth—Owyhee, Elmore, Lincoln. Blaine and Custer. Fifth —Cassia, Oneida, Bannock and Bear Lake. Sixth—Bingham, Fremont and Lemhi. This bill has more merit than any other proposed relative to this matter ai d we would like to see it become a law. The claim of other cough medicines to be as good a 8 Chamberlain's are effectually set at rest in the following testimonial of Mr. C D. Glass, an em ploy of Bartlett & Dennis Co., Gar diner Me. He says: "I had kept ad ding to a cold and cough in the win ter of 1897, trying every cough modi-j cmel heard of Witt out permanent help, until one dav I was in the drue store of Mr. Houlei.au and he advised me to try Chamberlain's Cough rein edy and offered to pay back my money ! if I was not cured. My lungs ami, bronchial tubes were very sore at this time, but I was completely cured by this remedy, and have since always lurncd to it when I got a cold, and 1 noon find relief. 1 also recommend it to my friends and am glad to say it is tbe best of all cougb medicines." For tale by Roecoc Smith, druggist. | I ; ing men, Mr. Lange having been m- ! teresled in thatcamp for some 20 years. large operations during that time. 8 Both gentlemen exhibit, considerable All About Atlanta Mines. I I ChnrlcM F. Langet and J. H. David art; in the city from Atlanta, Elmore county. Both arc well known min and having had charge of many of the enthusiasm over the future outlook of this, one of the one-time great camps of the state. From the two genlli— met) the following information was learned : There has been a conditional sale * on both the Atlanta and Buffalo prop erties. At present the lower workings of these properties Hre under water, so the only thing possible for n w men to learn in what is told taem. The conditions of the sale are that the , new company is to go ahead and un Wll ( er an j develop the properties to a certain extent. Then, if they find con ditions as claimed, they are to pay the cash price for the properties, but if they do not show up as well as they should, tlie old owners are to reim burse them for their outlay. These properties are directly upon what is known throughout this state as the "Atlanta lode," which is said tobe one of the largest ore-bearing veins of the west. From the properties on tins vein there has been millions extracted. he ill It is u gold-silver ore, with the former predominating. Until tlie past six or seven years the people of the camp have worked on the basis of free ore only, having re oeived the impression that the ores would hot successfully concentrate. While running the reduction works for the Atlanta property Mr. Lange made a test of between 5(XMI and (>000 tons of everything which came from tlie works, ore, gangue and ledge mat ter, and in seven weeks lie had extrac ted $8,879.50. to $50 per ton. This test demon strated to him that the oies of the camp are concentrating, and that the feasih e manner of securing the val ues was in that wiv, lie believes tlie best plan will he to supplement the present methods of reduction with the chlorination process. "The demonstration of the past few years, lie said, "go to shew that At lanta is to become a great low-grade camp. The ledges are extremely large, and depth lias brought larger gold values. Tlie great trouble at this time is lack of transportation, because freight charges are too high for lis to get what we should from our concentrates. But it is a concentrât The ore ran from $2 50 re im and into she r) ing ore, and that will eventually make the camp. The operations of the company tak ing over the two properties referred to insure from 200 to 3(H) men being em ployed in the camp the coming season. The outlook is said to he brighter tlmn ever before. In regard to the other work of tlie camp the following Infor illation was gleaned . The Baltimore is lining successfully developed by Lynch, Olsen and He boll. This is a high grade proposition, the ore running from $G5 to $00 per ton in free gold. They have been steadily developing all winter, and now have a large amount of oie exposed for treat ment in the spring. The famous Tahoma property is al so being developed witli excellent re sults. This property will lie exten sively operated this season. In both No. 1 and 2 tunnels they now have large bodies of ore blocked out, and the milling of this, it is said, will bring good profit. The Golden Nugget, formerly owned hy Judge Heath, is being operated hv 8. H. Walby. in good body, and which averages $11 pet ton, gold. The but two tlie to a Geo. Roll been He is now in line ore, Dewey property, owned by Frankie, Lange & Lape Bros., is work ing right along, with the liest of pros pects, They put in two miles of wagon road last year, and now have the property in very good shape. Some $I0,(K)0 lias been spent on the property, a five stamp mill having been put in. With the ore in sight it is believed that this will he a sclf-sus the re the at all ex in re none pa to and used be at any and a ides Nez and to to are em Gar Ha y 18 «cam- in some parts of ad- Nevada and selling at $25.00 per | win- ton at Eureka. modi-j M. J. Canty does all kinds of boot and shoe repairing— alio sad- ! drue , 11 ^ i u r !_• \ d ' 6 a " d h " rne6S Dlak "' g a,ld X ^ X ' ! rein- Ulg _ ! Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ami, Has world-wide fame for nmrvel this lous cures, ft surpasses any other by salve, lotion, ointment or balm for Cuts, Coins, Burns, Boils, Sores, Fel and 1 ons, Ulcers, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Fever it Sores, Chapped hands, Skin Erup is lions; Infallible for Piles. Cure guar an teed. Only 25c, at Roscoe W. | Smith's drug store. tabling property from the moment of beginning milling in the spring. Newton Drake is developing the old Jessie Benton and Moultrie claims. These have always been high grade propositions, and ore running from $50 to $150 per ton, mid the new owner is getting much of the same material. The mines are said to lie in excellent shape. The Pettit mine is working right along, and a new large body of low grade material has recently been struck. This, to Mr. Lange, demon strates that, the General Pétrit is to be one of the great low grade mines of tlie west. Atlanta, as stated by these gentle men, is on the up grade. During the coining season there will be an activity not seen before for many years. The transportation problem seems to be the only real retarding feature. The present season will see a large nmnlier of men at work, and its merits will be known before another year passes.— Boise Statesman. A Convincing Answer. I hobbled into Mr. Blackmon's drug store one evening, says Wesley Nelson of Hamilton Ga., "and be asked me to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm for rheumatism witli which 1 had suffered I told him I had no in any medicine as they all 'Well if Chamber • not help you, you need not pay for it.' I took a bottle of it home and used it accord ing to the directions and in one week I was cured, and have not since been troubled with rheumatism." Sold by Roscoe Smith, druggist. for a 'ong time, faith failed. He uaid : laiu's Pain Balm does And there is yet talk at Boise about building the Midland rail-j road. 5, Captain Gunn has returned to a Boise from California much im- i proved in health. ; Arthar Pear „ oni an ex-soldier of : this place, has l>een granted a pen-1 8 ion of $8 per month. Ed ward Boyce, president of the Western Federation of Miners, visited the Silver City lodge last Saturday evening. The Boise papers last week re ported that Mrs. Lottie Litte and i her son Boseoe Howeth were vie-! tints of the small-pox in that city. ! Hon D. L. Badley has removed! with his family from Caldwell to Boise, and will hereafter ÎHeue the ! P Idaho Odd Fellow at that place. I Äir "Tm"- i T= "„ToC" "ne" Z SThÄk*^ * r xy Ur r "! nfe , Miss Martha Langford and Charles Forney, chairman of the Owyhee county board of commis- ! sioners, were married at Dewey j * a *t week, at the residence of the . Bride s sister, Mrs. Andrew La-sen. This morning's Statesman says: A young woman answering the de- ; scription of the Finfrock girl, miss- j ing from her home near this city, stopped on Monday night Thomas McMilian's place, 33 miles from here. She is on her way to j Mountain Home on foot. In conversation a few days ago j with B. G. Mullins of Bliss, he said that his Thousand Springs irrigation enterprise would he in good - working order bv the time water is needed on the land to lie supplied. His rotary pumps ! are being manufactured at Salt i Lake, but in order to supply the daily demand for his pumps he will equip a machine shop in connection I with a Boise foundry. A Kansas minister says that it is a sin to overwork yourself. If that lie true, nine-tenths of the country editors are sinners. ■ A contributor sends us a story in which is the statement that the fair heroine ''lay upon the floor breath ing out her life in short pants. This will never do. We cant print! such stuff as that. It might sell papers, hut we have a reputation to sustain, and shall do it if it breaks the management. Patsy—"That girl accepts rings from men she doesn't know." Sammy—"How can she?" "Has to. She's a telephone girl." " to in a al hv A Fire,mm's Close Call. "I stuck to my engine, although every joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain," writes C. VV. Bel lamy, a locomative fireman, of Bur lington, Iowa. "1 was weak and pale, petite and all run down. give ur , 1 got a bottle of Electric Bitters and, after taking it, f felt as well as I ever did in my life." W. ak, sickly, run down people always gain new life, strength and vigor from their use. Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed by Roscoe W. Smith. Price 50 cents. ii bout As I Was about t ABOUT BARBERS. by of it It iw likely you get every Whoa you do, you want it to be a good shave. It itt not pluaHant to have your face all scratched up About that time you betrin to get hot. The poor barbers work just about that way. Dut George Costiff is not a poor bar Iter--Re is tlie best. And a shave or a hair cut costs you 25 ct«. d then a shave. | ! ! Mountain Home Lumber Company. L. T. WILCOX, - MANAGER. DEALERS IN— Mountain Home, Idaho. All kinds Building Material. Posts and Wire Fencin Paints, Oils and Glass. <» Also, Feed and Seed Grain. Agents Fairbanks, Morse and Eclipse Wind Mills. AT. J. SHIELDS, & CO. Growers and Importers of all kinds of Grass and Field Seeds. We oan name seed for evergreen pasture in your section of tho country. Why prospect with untried seeds? With fifteen years of personal experience in growing, also witli tlie experience of tho Agricultural Colleges at Moscow and Pullman, we submit the following list of seeds out of a hundred different kinds tried : • ITALIAN RYE GRASS. ENGLISH RYE GRASS. FLA I STEMMED BLUE GRASS. ORCHARD GRASS. Those are FRES1I SEEDS; wo are growers of them and will GUARANTEE results and BROMUS INERMUS. TALL MEADOW FLSQE. ENGLISH BLUE GRASS. TALL MEADOW OET GRASS. rices. We art* also growers and importers of Clovers, Alfalfas, Peas, Corn Wheat, Russian Sjieltz, Millets, and all kinds of Field Seeds. For references we cite you to W. J. SPILLMAN, Professor of Agricul ture at the Agricultural College at Pullman, Wash., and H. T. French, Professor of Agriculture at the Idaho State University, Moscow, Idaho. For prices and further information address, M. J. SHIELDS & CO., Moscow, Idaho. , ! j • I ■ F IW £ R I G S ^f- G O D S Â Ö D L £ H (ï R S E S ■ " m am mm, ■ ■ w l\ W kVJ T'a -»«.1 it „ _ ■ g-*% Deal ci s in Ilav and Grain. j Stock Carefully Provided for. ' CITï SCALES at the Stable. ! Mountain Home LIVERY I FEED STABLE JOHN PENCE, Proprietor. Pacific Northwest Wool Growers j Association, Pendleton Or., March 5, 8, 1901. For the above occasion a rate of one fare and one fifth is authorized on the certificate plan, For further information call or "PP 1 ? to Leonard Way, agent. It the ant In advocating the enactment of the eight hour labor bill, now peri ding before the legislature, the Owyhee Avalanche asserts the be Ref that a miner who cannot do a shifts work in eight hours has mis The law will also sed his calling, place a safeguard upon prospectors, leasers, and contractors, who, in their enthusiasm, are prone to work un8eeml - v hourB - To the latter class "Specially, will the proposed law ! P rove beneficial if strictly carried I out - Miners engaged in prospect i Sä: jffBfr, ä »"h"!*»* "° di T U '" tL'nv Ï& Äf-S'ai JEER day; they will fire a round of holes an( i then rush hack in the mine through the smoke and poisonous ! gaKges to see the result of the shots; j Broken health is invariably the re . 8U jt. The law will work no hard ship upon the mining companies, either. In nine cases out of ten ; they will accomplish as much from j two eight-hour shifts as they will from two ten-hour shifts. The ex atltratime between shifts allows the smoke to escape and gives the re j lief shift good air to work on. I-— 8 to of Working Overtime. j ! Liver i pleasant, safe, sure. Roscoe W. Smiih's drug store. |-= I Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless, little workers—Dr. King's New Life Fills. Millions are always at work, night and day, during indigestion, Biliousness, Constipation, Sick Headache and all Stomach, and Bowel troubles. Easy, Only 25 cents at ■ v ri id MRS. E. S. GLENN, Pro. " ALIAS SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District, State of Idaho, in and for the County of Elmore. Mary J. Kichins, plaintiff, («. 11. Kichins, defendant. I are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you hv said plaintiff in tlm said District Court, and to answer the complaint of the above named plaintiff, tiled therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the ice on you of this giimnu county; or if served out of this county hut within this Judicial District, within twenty days; or if red elsewhere, within forty days. The said action is brought to obtain judgment that the bonds of matrimony between plaintiff ami de fendant he dissolved and that she be granted her maiden name and such other general relief as tlie Court may find just and equitable in the premises as will more fully appear by the complaint on file herein, to whh h reference is hereby made. ; hereby notified that if you fail to ap iibove required the said plaintiff will apply to the Court for the re lief demanded therein. Attest my hand and the Seal of the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District, (Court Seal] State of Idaho, in and for Elmore county, this the lath day of February, 1901. A. CL SMITH. Clerk. E. A. Walters, attorney for plaintiff. feb21 N , it served within this a in Anil y pear and answer Haiti complaint PATENTS promptly procured, 0B NO FEE. fiend model, sketch, or photo for free report on patentability. Book • • How to Obtain U. 8. and Foreign Patents and Trade-Marks," offered to inventors. up j tlie FREE. Fairest terms PATENT LAWYER8 OF SS YEARS' PRACTICE. 20,000 PATENTS PROCURED THROUGH THEM. . bueineae confidential. Hound advice. Faithful ■l) eemoe. Moderate charge*. * W ""C. A. SNOW & CO. ■ - PATENT LAWYERS, 0pp. U. S. Pat«nt Office, WASHINGTON, 0. C For Over Fifty Years. An Old and Well-Tried Remedy. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over fifty years by mil lions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. In pleas ant to the taste. Sold by druggists in every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Its value is incalcu lable. Be suie and ask for Mrs. Wins low's Soothing Syrup, and take no other kiud. Horses Wanted. I desire to purchase from 300 to 500 head of geldings not under 5 or over 8 years of age; heighlh from 15 bauds to 15-3. Bays, blacks and browns pre ferred. Must he in good flesh. Address, Miss Kittie C. Wilkins, Mountain Home, Idaho. lm Rocky Bar Miners' Union Notice At a meeting of the Miners' Union of Rocky Bar, Jan. 22, 1901, the fol lowing resolution was adopted : "Resolved, That tlie scale of wages that has hitherto been in force in this locality be continued." By order of the Union, W. J. Edworthy, F. S. lui SLOAN & GREEN. Attorneys at Law, Mountain Home, Idaho. Office in Reynolds Jblock, corner of Atlanta avenue and Canyon st. DtNiEL McLaughlin, ATTORNEY AT LAW. BENERAL I'RACTICE Office, Tuknbk Hotel. E. (VI. WOLFE, LAWYER, Mountain Home, Idaho. A. M- SINNOTT. ATTORNEY AT LAW. COUNTY ATTORNEY. Mountain Home, g;^rCollection 8 promptly attended to. Idaho. FRANK T. WYMAN, HARRY C. WYMAN. WYMAN & WYMAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW BOISE CITY, IDAHO. Patents for mining claims a specialty. Collections promptly attended to. nov8 if as re DR. B. B. SWAN, Resident Dentist Mountain Home, Idaho. aw of FICE—Two doors north of Reynolds & Shaw's office. SAMUEL G. RHOADES. CIVIL ENGINEER, COUNTYSURVEYOR And TJ. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Mountain Home, Idaho. Experience in all branches of surveying, mineral •gricultura! and irrigation. il. B. Thompson & Co. DEALERS IN| FRUITS, NUTS, CANDIES, TOBACCOS and CIGARS. Mountain Home, Idaho. ALIAS SUMMONS. In the UiHtrict Court of the Fourth Judicial District, State of Idaho, in and fur Elmore County. Clarence M. Nicholson, plaintiff, n Ed wart! A. Clark, defendant. The People of the State of Idaho send Greeting to the above named defendant: You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you bv the above named plaintiff in the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District, State of Idaho, in and for the county of Elmore, anti the complaint filed therein within ten day* (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this county; or if served out of this county, but in this district, within twenty days; otherwise within forty days. The said action is brought to recover judgin against you for services performed by plaintiff for vou between the first day of November, 1898, and the first day of January, 1901, which services were dered at y said servi« the sum of 1600 dollars, the dates mentioned, os advanced for defendant the to ent special instance and roquest. the defendant That for agreed to r pay to plaintiff 'I hat plaintiff, l>ctween part of the same employment, of fifty-three and 60 100 dollars. That plaintiff has received the eight hundred and forty eight and 24-100 dollars. And you art* hereby notified that if you fail to ap pear and answer the said complaint, as above re quired, the said plaintiff will take judgment against you for the sum of eight hundred and five 0-100 dol lars with interest. Given under my hand and the seal of the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the [Seal.] State of Idaho, in and for the County of El more, this the 5th day of February in the Lord one thousand nine hun Of j-.-ar of tired ami one. A. O. SMITH, Clerk. feb7wti W.vi & Wyi , plaintiff's attorneys. Notice of Forfeiture. To George L. Crandal: hereby notified that I have expended one hundred dollars in labor und improvements upon tho "Scorpion" lode or mine location, situate on Lime Creek, in Pil e Grove mining district, Elmore county, lduho, which is duly recorded as follows: tor the vear 1900. one hundred dollars- such expenditure being made in order to hold said claim under the pro visions of section 2224 of the Revised Statutes of the United States and the amendments thereto, approved January 22, 1880, concerning annual labor upon min ing claims, being the amount required to hold said lode or claim for the year 1900. And if within ninety days from the personal serv ice of this notice, or within ninety days after the last publication thereof, you, George L. Crandal, fail or refuse to contribute your proportion (which amount is fifty dollars) as a co-owner, your interest in the said "Scorpion' lode or claim will become the prop erty of the subscriber, your co-owner, who has the required expenditure by the terms of said section 2324. fc?d90 GEO. W. SNOWDEN. Y. Forfeiture Notice. To John F. «lark: arc hereby notified that I have expended three hundred dollar* in labor and improvement* , upon the "President" lode or mine location, situate ! on High Prairie, Elmore County, State of Idaho, j which ia duly recorded aa follow»: For the year 1898, hundred dollar»; for the year 1809, one hundred • dollars, and for the year 1900, one hundred dollar»-- , such ex|»enditure being made in order to hold said i claim under the providi vised Statutes of the United State* and Ute amend ments thereto, approved January 22, 18«0, concern- ; ing annual labor upon mining claims, being the I amount required to hold said lode or claim for years j ■ *l* t, »rtcd above. And if w ithin ninety day« from tin ufter the laHt ^ ub,i ' ation you, jo!î!f F u c2îk* fa.il or refuse to contribute your proportion (one hundred and fifty dollar*) a* a co-owner, your interest j m th« um "Prc.ii.nt" iode «r daim th« ! of section 2324 of the Ite ! lira are NOT running a Gift Enterprise; Have no old out-of-date goods to unload; Don't deliver in a hand-cart; Could give away as many goods as some of our competitors sell and not miss them much. Yes, we are Trust merchants; will trust people who are entitled to credit. Will sell as much goods for a dollar or a dime as any one in Elmore county. Can sell you lots of things that some small dealers da not have. Trade with the reliable ONE-PRICE store of G.W. Fletcher Go., Ltd. The Mountain Home Boys. If You Want TO GET THE LATEST THING In an Iron Bed, Couch, Bed Lounge, Kitchen Cabinet, Rocking Chairs, Diners, Carpets, Lace Curtains, etc., Give us a call and examine our large stock of goods. We also carry a large line of pillows, mattresses, stands, tables, bedroom suits, wardrobes, sideboards and in fact thing you want in the furniture line. Come and examine our stock. any No trouble to show goods. J. M, Cowen & Co. Mountain Home. Idaho. ^ M. J. CANTY,: — =■'-—« -, *-» P - Manufacturer and Dealer in Harness. tv v % 8)1 T9? :f [SM $ t ■ -■ ... £• I - Saddles, I % f Bto. ï Sr*v- it r ' v V ■ I ft Malty. of (Wi ! , U.cl ! ■- - ' I Carriage Trimmings. I », f. m Mountain Home, Idaho. F. P. AKE, President, H. A. CHANDLER, Cashier. ©iti* é)tate 9c)ai>it, £tcL ei\s MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO. Transact a General Banking Business. fßf^YowT patronage is solicited. # 4» HOWARD SEBnEE, President B. F. WHITE, Viei-PRieiD*NT W. R. SECHEE, CxsmeB % i»al Bank a y Si m i to in anti day* on for the % (is CALDWELL, IDAHO 3 /ft A General Banking Business Transacted CORRESPONDENCE INVITED /ft «S ent & £€€€€€€€• for 60 ap re dol the El the hun A. ROSENHEIM Of ï .Successor to J. Ottenheimer & Co., Pabst Milwaukee Beet Wholesale Dealer in AND DISPENSER OF THE Finest Llcjuors and Cigars. In fact, everything that can he found at a first-class Cafe. solicited. Gentlemanly treatment for all. A. ROSENHEIM, Pro »rietor. Your patronag* one tho the pro the said last or the Sheep J^aneh Saloon, Bowling Alley and Shooting Gallery. Mountain Home, Idaho. JOSEPH M. MONTAGUE, - - Elegant Lunches. Proprietor. ELEGANT CLUB ROOMS. Best^ Wines, Liquors and iCigars. , i ; the j tin All kinds of Tin work solicited. ' Also Pum 3 aLj Ik* » t 100 WOFK th« 1 ,, . • .... . • . ^ vIRepa.r.ng^ Soectolty andQsat.sfact.ot C. E. BOYER!: Practical Tinner; KM A ! Mountain Ilume, Idaho.