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ELMORE COUNTY, IDAHO. \ Editor» and I'kopkubtors. G. M. PAYNE, MABEL L. PAYNE, I Elmore County Official Paper. Mountain Home, .lune 13, 1001. The Dill Hotel ut Shoshone was destroyed by fire Monday night. Blackfoot people arc moving for an independent school district. Sensible Blackfoot. Hailey is happy in the possession of two shooting galleries and two peanut roasters in full blast. If half the appointed delegates attend the mining congress at Boise next month, it will surely be a "hummer. M Brooklyn has an unreasonable He objects to paying a law man. firm $4 890 for collecting a legacy of $1300. If this sort of thing keeps up what will the poor law yers do? The high standard of democratic administration in Idaho is being maintained. The present state ad ministration is one in the interest of all the people, clean, honest and capable.—Boise Evening News. William Jennings Bryan in the Commoner says "the democratic country press is the reflex of demo cratic thought, and the democrats must support the country demo cratic papers if democratic vie ories are to be won. A well supported press is more than half the battle '' President Hadley, of Yale says there will be an Emperor on a throne in Washington within years unless the power of the trusts is controlled. There is no need to worry, however. Some day the American people will wake up, and then they will do a lot of correcting of abuses in a very short time ,A carload of wire for the long distance telephone arrived at this station Friday, and another one yes terday. The wire will ho used be tween Hailey and Dixie, which is about 78 miles distant. It may not require all this wire, but it will very nearly, as there will be two strung —Hailey News-Miner. 26 Pan American Fair, Buffalo, N. Y.—For tne above occasion a rate of $75.50, via standard lines, and $64 00, via differential lines, will be made to Buffalo, N. Y , for the round trip. Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of each month, June to October inclusive. Tickets •limited ten days each way with final limit returning of 30 days. L. Wav, agent. One of the gravest crimes any one can commit." says an exchange, is to rob a child of his school days. Don't keep a boy out at home to work a week or two or a month after school begins and thus greatly discourage and handicap him when he does liegin. If there is anything in the world a man can afford to make a siicrifice for it is the edu cation of his children. They don't need your money. A boy is better off to earn his own money, but what he needs is good training and good schooling, and there is but one time to get it—while he is young. If troubled with rheumatism, give Chamberlain's Pain Balm a trial It will not cost von a cent if it. dues no It good. One application will n ieve the pain. It also cures sprains and bruises in one-third the time required by any other treatment. Cuts, burns, frostbites, quinsey, pains in the side aud chest, glandular ami other swell ings are quickly cured by applying it Every buttle warranted. Price, 26 and 60 cents. Four carloads of horses were j shipped from Shoshone last Satur day for the Eastern market | Twenty-seven head were the prop- j erty of a man named Fails, of El- ! more county, who claimed he paid ; taxes on the stock m that county, j but an tnvesttgation bv the assessor showed that he had paid taxes in that county on only four head. ! •oc \\ . Smith, druggist When confronted by this evidence I Bails wilted aikJ paid tax on 100 head for this year and last.—Sho shone Independent. ... , Mr. VV . S. \\ lie,bin, Cashier of the First National Bank of Winters.t Iowa, in a I,.cent Litt, r give experience with a «•:« p«-uter in hin employ, that will hu oi value to other mechanics. He gays: "I had a cm penter working for me obliged to-top work for several day* on account of UciiJi; troultlfii wnli diarrhoea. 1 ..I to hi,,, th „t ; I had been situilarlv troublai am! tint : Chamberlain'* Colic, Cholera , ind I lie r S,t ' ä 1 : , f I z I Äti-ÄÄ'Sawt Smith, druggist. y decision' f r rf BPeakin r * ° f the the United V, 1' KTl C °V ° f t ■ the T° rl ° K ' c0 « reache«] the din,aW inï" reached the elm,ax ol unpenahsm He fnrH.er 'i Mcl \U ey em P« r <Jr. LS" J U 88 "' 8 , lhe promising republics and has dren ched the soil with the blood of pat riots; wc may look at India whose people have been dying by starva tion for years; at India, whereon several occasions the bounty and generosity of the American people have been necessary in order to 1 secure human beings living under the sovereignty of Great Britain 1 « n .n,de. u ,i/*„„„ri B, " ,n i "hu j up ! ■ . • ,!S to . Better Than ex three RlngCIrcus. GENTRY'S il MOUNTAIN HOME, TUES. JUN E 18. :A Heid ofz^zzzr.;-rrrr^: Performing Baby Elephants. was for a I i lean ! not See Professor flljlT in\irnn\M ACT H UU V, li. One of the Many New Features. Elephant anti Pony Rides to all Children after Eeah Performance. tile # t in FREE on Prophetic. The following extract from Ed ward Bellamy's famous "Looking Backward, written in 1889, will be read with interest now, time having proven the words to he prophetic: book, vvhich was "At the end of the century the railroad« had gone on combining till a few great syndicates controlled ln manu every rail in ihe land, factures, every important staple was controled by a syndicate These syndicates, pools, trusts or whatever their name, fixed price«! and crushed all competition, ex-j eept when combinations as vast as themselves arose. Then a great struggle, resulting in a st ill greater combination, ensued. "The fact that the desperate, pop ular opposition to the consolidation of business in a few powerful hands had no effect to check it proves that there must have been a strong economical reason forit.'' 1H.1.C Murry for Money. The Boston man, who lately mar-| tied a sickly rich young woman. I« happy now, for he g. t Dr King's New Life Pills, which .. . her to pet ftM't liHitlth. Infrtlltb e for .laumliiv, Hilliotisness, Malaria, Fever and Auge and all Liver deutle but effective. 11 \\ Smith's drug store 1 Stomach troulilcs Only 25o at The easiest thing iiuthe world t get out of is money. A man can get on water. trunk roaring t So can he on land. An orator like an oil well «lias not amount to much unless lu spouts. A Chicago professor says that a man who parts his hair in the mid dle is a degenerate. ■ Good luck simply thrusts itself upon some people A New York society girl got married recently to a man who claimed to lie a French count and who now turns out to he ,i , ,i -i ,i , .1 .I, ,, , that the Idaho 1res.« Association should provide a home for all the indigent suckers who bit at the \ Empire sock advertising scheme. Governor Wells, of Utah, whs j married to Emily Katz, ex-society editor of the Salt Lake Herald, last ! Wednesday, and the wedding hells pcahd forth «ling dong dells. Katz ; m the Wells.—Caldwell Irtbune. a horse doctor. The Owyhee A very important decision to the. mining states of the west wn* re cently made by the Supreme Court of Montana, ami if sustain«'«) by j the Supreme Court of the United States all mining claims, patented | or unpatented, are taxable properly. j The way they sing it in Kansas ! now according I«. an exclian-.- i« ; "Mother, dear mother, come Vorne j with me now; the el«,i k in the ste, pie strikes one; you said you wer« com ing right home from the joints as ! soon as the smashing was done " I It is singular that the law should presume that we know the law, when it i« a matter of the common est knowledge that lawyers disagree 1 1 0 , , A' •* . reversi ( '»ch ««liter '"*vertheles 8 , ignorance of the law '" l * le pm t of a layman is no rllsp ' T , M , , , , ! he fellow we spoke of last week dog'^th"^do^not' 1 recognizing him' v U l l ' L . ^ ; ^ th^Tw'lv!T : i 1 , 41 ^ \iura ago I was bttten by a ratUesnake and I t:s: reglllar ~ *"«•• WJ. J Plumer has " f his intention to re « d ''*"'' *25.000 worth of Idaho Im pr 0 T" ment bonds ' Thus ,he good work continues and it i* not re markable that the credit of the ", tate iS fhH ,) St - With !ht ' Hoating A Sprained Ankle Quickly cured, "At one time I suffered fir severe sprain of the ankle " * a v* E. Cary, editor of the Guide, \V«* "lgton, Va. "After using several well recomm ended medicines without sue 1 ° eB f' * ,r * ed Chamberlain'* Pain Balm, an<1 an> t ' le , a * ed 10 ®*y th *t relief cane 1 " 1 beg,l . n . lts , Uf,e nn<1 a uom - i eïï„^ 8 rif£.^r d " Ml >-x tnce. m 1 _ I3ru- I Resolutions of Condolence. ncau Encampment No, 44 . . Bruucau Idaho, June 11, 1901. Whereas—It ha« pleased Al mighty Clod in his infinite wisdom to call to her last resting place the mother of our beloved brother Joseph E. Ratliff. Resolved That this Lodge ex ! tend to l>ro. Katlifi the fraternal sympathy consistent with our principle« as Pioneers of the Pacific, with our afflicted brother i sharing ,,llr feelin ß« >» hour of his bereavement. ! Resolved 1 hat a copy of these resolutions be sent to liro. Ratliff, a | C 0 P. V he spread upon the minutes of 'he lodge and a copy presented to ) the hi more Bulletin for publication. J M. Waterhouse, J no Bknham, Maude Pence, Committee. ; A Terrible Explosion. Of a gasoline stov'e burned a lady frightfully." writes N. K. Palmer, ut Kiiknnm, 1«. "'Ill best doctors cnuld'nt heul the running sore that I fol |.,x V1 ,1. but Buckle.,'* Arnica Salve ,. ntj . t , )v l lln d . | K , r 1,,f u n : t,l.. f or Outs, Corn.», Sores, Boils. Bruises, 1 Skin l)is-.:ses and piles, 26c at R. \\\ .Smith's drug stiue. Hiss Coston Wins. of the Supreme court of Idaho rend, led Thursday, Miss I L it ii ('. st n has been declared 15 y h <!< eisid elected county suporiutendent of Ada county »listing Miss Hester Spaek the certificate oi ;■! cli 1 t) as a icsidl of last November's election. ' ill Wild WHS give j j 1 n e opinion is by Chief Justice •In tiee Stocksbiger ee .Sullivan dissent*. t ' arlcs. n eu i g, While Justice I I, I< ,-isim ■nig in effect tli.it in - males nf the Soldiers' Home, in Ada county except as iu llonie and" whu have *d their former residence and residence in the ever residing mules oi the „t, ,,,,),,,,, taken ilo ir wi Ii the intention to p< rniamnt, are not thereby qualified Vl,u ' Ada county. November election Mg* Sparkman received 2,299 votes and Ails* i os,on J.Jdu By the decision 40 inmates of the Siddiers' Home wen: not entitled to vote. It was therefore determined that Miss Helen Coston received 31 legal votes more than j f'packinan. j *'* I Kesolutions by ! liners. The irrepressible conflict between capital and labor has been empha -, , , ,, , , , i 8 izeu r>\ the convention of the Wes* home . I mice the su At I In ,, , .. . . ter "'' *' <ilratI0n ° f Ml,,er8 held »> L)t ' ,,ver * 1,1 th< ' following resolutions: ' " hersas, The capitalist in complete pose «ion of the I-•'oduction, and thereby control t*"-' Republican, Democratic and j to further their P oli,i< ' al and imlurtrial end*, and ! T '> ' working class has nnthmg in common with th«> capit a ^ ! i ult f 1|,r politically or in *4 u^t riu .11 y , and ''W hereas. The interests of the working class and the interests of the capitaliste, ass are diametrically therefore, class is means i j .1 ''' ' . • ' *' ' Li ; ^ derive I . 1 can not expect to ,„.y Giirfi,. i »l,ili..in g punie, IK !u., been poven in the past; and ; "A htreas. Me, the working class! 1 by reason of being the real pro-i dlicets of the weal.h and by reason l'* ,1 ' ' ! un, ' l "''> masters, j , l»Oth lluluntî lallv and politically, as 1 ''*'"** Ï"* ,1 '" Nation; therefore, be it "Resolved. That we take such Ü«««■« 'p^t^.riy'fS 1 "R« solved, That tie incoming! KTaJutt 'wlrldng 1 ^ of the diffi rent states in fathering and establishing the political ment as above outlined " - California will send a whole lot of four- I dlar ore to Boise for ex ht ...T lw " or . ! 'F e '"'bions, runs $9 a ton, something over $t> in gold, and over $-in ooppor. Big ledges carrying a few dollars a ton are worthy of rtätää - ; move Many not must, go «,r thirty dollar* a ton. Many big producing mine* twenty carry , ore that tuns out less than four «iollar* a ton. The famous Leroy, •" ii". 1 * 81 ' Columbia, that was sold fer $ i «> 0 , 000 , and is now valued it »vaiMdat Local Paper Deserves Support. The effort of any newspaper to build „ ..... . j up a town is practically nullified un- j less it is hacked up by the business n.en of the town. A stranger turns ! from the news columns of a paper to ! . ■ . . , » t f ,!S advertising columns, and. he falls J to find there the business cards of the ! rnrrchanft* ami nrofessumal firms ne . comes to .he conclusion that the editor is not appreciated, in which case it is a good place .0 keep «dear without the i Nor j No town ever grew I from i active assistance of its papers, lean papers grow and build up their ! localities without tile ass stance of the town. Business men should realize this and remember that in lending suppoorl to their local paper they are not only building up llieir own busi ness, but are helping to sup ort that which is steadily working for the growth of the whole town.—Press and Printer. Seven Years in Ited. " Will wonders ever cease?'' inquire of tile friends of Mrs. L. Pease, of Law rence, Kan. They knew she had been in able to leave her bed in seven years ueenunt of kidney and liver trouble, nervous prostration and general *de I bilily ; but, "Three bottles of Electric Bi'ter* enabled me to walk," she writes, "and in three months 1 felt like a now person." Women suffering from Headache, Backache, Nervous ness, Sle.-plessness, Melancholy, Faint ing and Dizzy Spells will find it a priceless blessing. Try it. Satisfac tion is guaranteed. Roscoe Smith, druggist. Only 60c. Youthful Offenders. There is before the legislature of the slate of New York a bill granting the privilege to the police justice of Buffalo to suspend the sentence of youthful offenders and providing for the appointai ent of five probation officers to look after them. While the measure is local in its application, it embodies principles that may lie applied elsewhere. It is in line with the juvenile court law in Illinois, which has been in successful operation for about two years, and t.i e probation law which lias just been adopted in Missouri. A sinrlar measure is being considered by the .Michigan and the Penn-ylvania legislatures and will undoubtedly he adopted by those bodies. on Save« Th-i From Iteatli. "Our little daughter find an almost fatal attack .f hooping cough and bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Ilavi buid, of Armonk, N. V., "but, when all other remidies failed, we saved her life with Dr. King's New Discovery. Our niece, who had Consumpti I valued s'nge, als wonderful medicine and to day she is perfectly well." lung diseases yield to Dr. King's New Discovi ry ns to no other medicine on earth. I nfallible for Coup lis and Colds. •>Uc and $100 bottles guaranteed by R. W. Smi h, druggist. Trial bottles free. lined thin in an Desperate throat and A dead beat was heard to sav the Fortune awaits the genius who will perfect a system that will enable a man to dodge his creditors. other dav: stamped envelop. Address Manager, jBuxton Bldg., Chicago. Pocatello, June 11th 1901, Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias, for the above occasion a rate of onp fare and one fifth for the round trip is ' iu 'h°rized upon an attendance of tiftV ° r more ' i WANTED— T R II S T WO R T II Y MEN AND WOMEN to travel and ad vertbe for old e*tabli«hed house ttolid financial standing. Salary $780 a year nil cash. No I reference* und end Of expenses, nil payable in 'aiiviissing required. Give all-addressed Grand Encampment (». A. 11., Conor iPAlone June 20-22. For this occasion a rate of $21.75 to Spokane and $22.50 to Harrison is authorized An 0l1) anu Wkl.l-Tr,kd Rkmkdy Mr*. Winslow's Soothing Syrun l„,s been used for over fifty years by mil lion* of mother* fur their cliil«lre„ while teething, with perfect success. 11 soothes the child, softens the gums, ! a,,HV * a,! P al, 'i cure* wind colic, and is • t,ie rel,| e«ly for diarrhoea. In pleas ant to, till tasti. bold by liruggist.s in j Twenty-live* '■ Its value is incalcu for the round trip. Idaho Sunday School Convention, Lewiston, June 21-24 1901. this occasion a rate of $ 20.95 is authorized fur Leonard Way, agent. For the round trip, For Over Kitty Yearn. □ 4 , . SX!"" i I.U., , , ,, ; low's Soothing other kind. KXCL'BSIOX KATES KA8T. j V Mliwf »i'kee, Wig, | 1 ,U - V Baptist \ oung IVo- I ^ ChU ' a «°> Jl,1 - v 25 ' 2»; lriennial Conclave Knights Tem- ! >' ,ar - Louisville. Ky , Aug. 27, 3L , 1 POTf ™ °gent, Mountain H ome. FkÜTtS J) S Syrup, und t ike no ■ v --- I Leonard CONFECTIONARY, VEGETABLES, CIGARS, TOBACCO, FISH, Sweet Pickles, • ; B,„l Lot* of Other Good Things for sale by Y •] it J) MES. HEÎTDERS 0 N & SOW. __ ^ t ri S;E* ,n f ' 8 ä, V 1 Fore '' rD,at ^ nUan, ' TnMle ' Marks -'' MÄÄ'iii'SKa:» Wnu, r* w ei>/\ur n MM V Vi ÖNU YY Oi CO. J * « i ■ PATENT LAWYERS, KJOpihaS. Patent Office, WASHINGTON, 0. C & A Good Cough Medicine. „ 11 *P * ak8 . wtl ', for Chamberlain;* Cough Remedy wnen druggists use it j jn their own fan)j:ies jn preference to any other. "I have sold Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy for the past live ! . vea ™ with complete satisfaction to myself and customers, ' says Druggist J Goldsmi , h Van E ' lten f n. Y. "I ! „ flve |llw yg u ' ged it in my ' own fftmily . . ^ f bo, . h . f or ordinary coughs and colds »"d forth« cough following la grippe, •>'><• «' nd H yery eflicacous ' tor sale i b y Ro8Coe 8m,th - 'IriiKgist. j ... —l — ■' " ■■■■ i . ii i-i SLOAN & GREEN. Attorneys at Law, Mountain Home, Idaho. Office in Reynolds | block, corner of Atlanta avenue and Canyon st. E. M. WOLFE, LAWYER, Mountain Home. Idaho. Daniel McLaughlin, ATTORNEY AT LAW. -GENERAL PRACTICE Orrici, Ti k.mk Hotel. A. M- SINNOTT. ATTORNEY AT LAW. COUNTY ATTORNEY. Mountain Home, .Idaho. ^^"Collections promptly attended to. HARRY C. WYMAN. FRANK T. WYMAN. WYMAN & WYMAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. BOISE CITY, IDAHO. Patents for mining claims a specialty. Collections promptly attended to. nov8 Denver Dental Parlors. 723.j Main street, BOISE, IDAHO. gßTlie utistry in nil its branches. All our work warranted. FRIEDLINE & FRIEDLINE, D.D.S. SAMUEL G. RHOADES. CIVIL ENGINEER, COUNTYSURVEYOR And U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Mountain Horne, Idaho. Experience in all branches of surveying, mineral Trnoultural anil irrigation. Dissolution of Partnership. hereby given that the co-partnership hertofore existing between L. A. Bearilin and I). B. Notice i Hyde, in the retail liquor business at Bruneau, Idaho, has been diaaolved by mutual consent, Mr. Hyde tiring. H Mr. Beardin will continue to conduct the business and will pay alt accounts against said firm, and collect all accounts due said firm. Dated at llruneau, Idaho, May 1st 1901. Lambkrt A. Hxahoix. D. B. IIYUS. Guardian's Sale. Notice is hereby given, that in pursuance of order of the Probate Court of Elmore county State of Idaho, made the atth day of May, 1901, in the matter of the estate ami guardianship of May Burns and Charles Burns, Minors, the undersigned, Guar dian of the estates and persons of May Burns and Charles Burns, Minors, will sell private »ale, and subject to the confirmation of »ale by the »aid Probate Court to the highest bidder for cosh, day of June, 1901, at the hour of 12 o'clock »aid day, at the ofticc of the county attorney of the »aid county of Elmore, in the Village of Mountain Home, the following real estate, the property of the »aid minor», to wit: Saturday, the 15th of One undivided half interest in and to the follow ing described tract of land in Elmore county, State of I daho, lot» of bloek two (2) of the Village of Mountain Home, together with the improvement» thereon. I«ire«l thirteen(l3)aml fourteen (14) Term»; cash, lawful money of the United State*; ten per cent of the purchase money to accompany staled bid for the purchase of same; balance to be paid on confirmation of sale by the »aid Probate Court. C. W. BUHNS, Guardian of the Estate ami Persons of May Burns and Charles Burn», Minors. j The State of Idaho und. greeting to W. H. '■ McDougall, Defendant. AIG. M. SINNOTT. Attorney for Guardian. Dated this 29th day of May, 1901. ALIAS SUMMONS. In the Probate Court, in and for Elmore County, State of Idaho. William F. Smith and Berthier W. Mather, ner* doing business at Mountain Home, Idaho, under the Ann name, and style of Smith Si Mather, Plaintiffs, vs. VV. H. McDougall, Defendant. j'.tit | T t»- win .««tio.. 1 . i.rought to from you I tht *"« n * of or »« hundred and »eventy-flve dollars for ! K>C(era ' of »Wcfc wui more fully appear , # ' e ' n — You hereby sutnnioned and required to appear in an ac tion brought against you by »»id plaintiff», in the Haiti Probate Court, and to answer the complaint ■ of tho a,Kne »anied plaintiff», Hied therein, within ten day» (exeluaive of the day of service) after the service ou you of this Summons, if served within I this County; or if served out of thi» County but within the Judicial District, within twenty «lay*; or if served elsewhere, within forty day». Attest hand and Seal of the Probate Court of the County of Elmore, State of Idaho, this third day of June, 1901. J. S. WHITE, E. M. Wolfe, attorney for plaintiff». [Seal] Clerk. Jefi (it Notice of Forfeiture. • To Meil Campbell: You i , , , ' hereby notified that I have expended ,n and improvement* upon the "Ava Uut hc" lode or mining location, situated on Red warrior hill, hear creek mining district, Elmore/ Countv, Idaho, since the year 1S90 and up to and including the year 1900, being the »um of * 80.00 each j ; year for the claim location- which constitute» 800 feet in length and Kki fuet in width. Such expend!- j tore lasing mode in order to hold »aid claim under the provision» of section 2324 of the revieod statute» J of the (Jilted Stute» and the amendment» thereto, I concerning annual labor upon mining claim». And if within ninety day» from the personal service of this notice, or within ninety days after the io»t pub lication thereof, you, Mell Campbell, fail contribute your proportion (which amount is ftjriO.uu) 1 a» a co-owner, your interest in the »aid "Avalanche" | haie or loltn will become the property of the»ul»-i^_ ÄJSSÄÄÄÜLT" . M.y 1# iwd At,AM OOTTSf'H. I refuse to i District Court. , It ,» hereby o,d*red that the May term, HWI, of tillDistrict Court ot the Fourth Judicial District ot i ••««no. iii aml lor Klmort County, is beruht aftjuuruol 1 until 10 o claylt a. iu., Mon.lai, July 1, loo*. KiKTi.AND I. PERKY I Dated May 27, 1901. Q.W. Fletcher Co limited. The Mountain Home Boys Have the brightest and best selected stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE in Elmore county, that be bought for cash. can In shoes we have selections from W. L. Douglas, Hamilton & Brown, Drew Selby, Buckingham & Hecht. -TAN SHOE for working men, has no equal. 8 The Celebrated NAP-A Our stock is complet in all lines. Our prices are right. Come in ami see for yourselves. the new brick store. HAVE YOU SEEN Our new goods? A whole carload of received, and more Furniture arriving daily. , Leather rockers, Morris chairs, and handsome wickers We also have the finest line of couches ever exhibited in cuitnern Idaho. A large assortment of Japanese matting carpets, rugs linoleums, iron beds, lace curtains,* diners, sideboards, cheffoners, and writing desks in all stales. In fact, everything in the household ]i lie> No trouble to show goods. them just Our prices are right. J. M. Cowen & Co. Mountain Home, Idaho. iC UK--. Ihwi If you Jove your husband and want to make him love you, take our advice and be sure that the MEAT you put before him is tender, fresh and palatable. You can't get it too good. We buv m ê m ft, 1 J „ cattle, sheep, hogs and poultry with that very idea i —and we know how to cut it Come in and try A in view up. US. AUGUST KUNNECKE Mountain Home Lumber Company. L. T. WILCOX, - - - MANAGER 3 DEALERS IN— ' 4 ,, , . , „ , Mountain Home, Idaho. All kinds Building Material. Posts and \\ ire Feneing, Paints, Oils and Glass. Agents Fairbanks, Eclipse ^ ind Mills. of Also, Feed and Seed Grain. Morse and of F» P. AKE, President. 11. A. CHANDLER, Cashier. ©;t;> State SctaiX £tcl. C1)S MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO. Transact a G ener al Banking Business. f*"Your patronage ie solicited. be HOWARD SCLRLEL, P» fcfl ,Dt»T B. F. WHITE. Vice-PacetorNT » W. R. 8EEREE, Cashier V •n kf « ß Kiii V» iMioial ï n > ' CALDWELL, BMQ f ft ft A General Banking Business Transacted COR R ESPONDENCE INVITED !jis • X* X' '■«a? A. ROSENHEIM j |Buccessor to J. Ottenheimer & Co. Pabst Milwaukee Beet Wholesale Dealer in AND DISPENSER OF THE Finest Liquors and Cigars. In fact, everything that can be found at a first-class Cafe. JYour patronage solicited. Gentlemanly treatment for all. A. ROSENHEIM, Pro n ietor.*/ j Mountain Home j J I 1 | the»ul»-i^_ . FI Pi t 4GJOD SADDLE HORSES I LIVERY i FEED STABLE JOHN PENCE, Proprietor. i stock Carefully Provided for. i 1 I ^aa Call on BULLETIN for Job Work. Dealers in Hay and Grain. CITY SCALES at the Stable.