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■ ELWORK COUNTY, IDAHO. \ Editors and Proprietors. O. M. PAYNE, MABRL L. PAYNE, » Xlmore County Official Paper. Mountain Home, Nov. 21, 1901. says Sena "I am a Democrat, tor Dubois. For engraved calling cards, the very latest Btvles, call on MissPayne. There wi.'l lie some spirited horse racing at Brnneau on Thanksgiving day. J. H. Brady and wife and Ed Goddard and wife were Boise visit ors last week. The Ranchers and Stockmen's association will meet in this place Saturday next. Mrs. Rilla Crist and Mrs. N. C. Edwards of Glenn's Ferry were vis itors here Saturday. Remember the ' Whitcomb Ri ley Evening" for the benefit of the Mountain Home free reading room. C. W. Howeth, N. P. Nelson, and Sol Newcomer took in the sights at the State Capital Monday night. Walter Tanner has returned home from an extended visit to Blackfoot and the new town of Mackey. Mrs. Nieukirk and the children, after several months visiting with relatives in Indiana, returned home yesterday. The people of Bruneau are jubi lant over good indications for oil at Hot Spring. of all of yesterday 72 miners were smothered, caused by fire in the works. At Telluride, Col. to Mrs. John Malmburg and chil dren departed Friday to join Mr. Malmburg at Pearl where they will in the future reside. "The People's Advocate" is the name of a neat newsy and ably ed ited Democratic paper just launched at Malad, Idaho, by W. H. Peck. Mrs. James Mundell was reported very low yesterday and consequent ly unable to take her intended de parture for California. The Idaho American, a new weekly republican paper, has ap peared at Boise. It is a neat Pi page paper chuck full of general news, with E. C. Wood as editor and proprietor. The social announced for Friday evening bv the ladies of the Congre gational aid has been postponed to Tuesday evening of next week on account of the Whitcomb Riley en tertainment recently announced for that evening, by the Entre Nous club in the interest of the free read ing room. Leonard Wilson, who was shot last week at Three Creek by Dalev, arrived here last evening and is stopping at Mrs. Damron's house. Mr. Wilson stood the trip very well and sufficiently strong to walk from the wagon into the house after his long ride. With proper caution Mr. Wilson's recovery is beyond doubt. Says the Silver City Nugget: Hon. Fred II. Davis, who assisted at the Pan-American exposition, ar rived home Tuesday, and was out bright and early the next morning in a span new pair of digging shoes j and a suit of old clothes, probabiv running a bluff that he was read'y for work, hut we have not discov ered any blisters on his hands yet. On Friday, Nov. 25, Mr. J. D. Flenner will devote an evening to readings from James Whitcomb Riley. There will he musical se lections on violin by Mrs. Frank Hunt accompanied by Mrs Perkins, I both of Boise, and also other music al numhers by local talent. Ad mission; adults, 35 cents; children under 12 years of age, 25 cents Proceeds to be devoted to the Free Reading room. The evening will close with a social hop. Next Sunday will have reference to Thanksgiving at the Congrega tional church. General theme: Harvest Home, subject at 11 and 8 p. m., Who produced the h vest? Who should enjoy the home? Sunday school a. 12; topic: the World's Temperence Lesson, ior Endeavor at 4. Thanksgiving song service. Senior Endeavor at 7. Prayer and question meeting this Thurs day evening at 8 questions to be handed to the pastor before the service if possible, otherwise bring them to the meeting. A cordial invitation to all services. d a m. ar Jun Subject, Thanksgiving. Senator Dubois most positively denies the republican lie that he had or ever was about to desert the democratic party. He telegraphs to the State Democratic Committee that the report is false and he wants al) in Idaho or elsewhere to know that he is a democrat. Another Idaho Democratic paper has passed into Republican hands. C. S. Marks has sold the Albion Times to R. H. Richville, who nounces that "henceforth the Times I will be conspicuously prominent as ' a promulgator of Republican p r j ne j. ; pies." And so it goes all along iiie ! newspaper line in Idaho. Some ' r ! Husband and wife are equal: the j one not inferior to the other: the ; wife not a slave: not a housekeeper i —hut an equal: a companion. And.''" just so far ns a young man starts 1 out with that idea firmlv fixed in , . , , * . lus mmd- to make a companion, a comrade, a chum of his wife—just so far does he starts out right.—Oc tober Ladies' Home Journal. an thing wrong, sure. j ! ■ (I By HON. J. D. FLENNER, of Boise. NOV, :2;2, 1901. AT HUNGERFORD'S OPERA HOUSE. For Benefit of Mt'n Home Free Reading Room. ; ! Hoard \ order, When FRIDAY, ' ney ' utes I A. ! 17tli I ing I the j /.ation ! ; payer I count PART FIRST. Music—Mandolin and Guitar Duett. .MR. WYRICK and M. K. REYNOLDS t<* : Reading. and sion, Violin Solo—'The Fifth Air" by Dancla upon MRS FRANK W. HUNT, of Boise C. at sit At lower him right Reading. Contralto Solo— 'O, Thou Wondrous Youth." MRS. S. G. RHOADES INTERMISSION. PART SECOND. . MRS N. M. PERKINS, of Boise if fairly 10 Piano Solo, . . Reading. Violin Solo— 1 Vocal Solo. . . Pianolo Solo, To be followed by a Social Dance ». it . MRS HUNT .. MR. COLE, of Boise MR M. E. REYNOLDS 'Blue Bells of Scotland, the for at -25o extra for gentlemen. of Bruneau Notes, Hyde's new hotel is progressing rapidly and it is what we have needed badly for many years A. J. Knollin A Co. are disposing of their sheep in this section can state that their business with Vie a We her ,, ,, . . . , all shall surely be missed. Judge Stockslager was a visitor I te here inspecting the rams purchased of the Knollin Co. cial or is The ask of is for Mrs. L. A. Tibbs has gone to Rid dle to take charge of the school in that district. She will be missed by the residents in general. D. H. Spencer, the gymnast in structor, gives a free entertainment after school hours, with his pupils every day, to the delight of the spectators Win. Hodges' butcher shop has opened up for business--giving the people an opportunity to get meat when desired. A party of surveyors have been prospecting at Hot Spring for oil, and it is no doubt a few locations have been selected. B F. Rovee, the tonsorial artist, has received his new barber chair and is now ready to treat the trade with comfort It is spoken of there being a mas querade ball at the hall on Thanks giving night Prepare yourself with costumes John Mitchell has leased his large ranch for a term of years He intends to devote his entire time to cattle raising. Grandpa and Grandma Slone have returned from Duck Valley and moved into their town house for the winter. O F. Bacon was here doing busi ness with the A. J. Kno tin Co , having purchased a hand of ewes and lambs. S. N. Gilbert, son-in-law of Robt. Ratliff of Hot Spring, bought 1800 ewes from O. F. Bacon last week. PII EON IX you 25c. by by tee ty to of j ^ e have a complete line of heat >ng and cooking stoves and the new 8tlel ranges at low prices, Chas. R. Kelsey Co., Ltd. I Montana is waging war on coy "tee. One day recently one party took 70 skins to the county recorder at Butte and was paid #350 for them. Five dollars is the bounty for each coyote killed. 7. be For fresh fish, crabs, lobsters,etc. leave orders at Mrs. Henderson & Son's store. Tim Moriarity, a pioneer barber, died from a stroke of paralysis at Wallace, Idaho, on the 14th. He carried #16,000 insurance which will go to his wife aud three chil d ren. Why should laborers in the steel mills strike? They are not quite starving and the trust is only mak ing #110,<HJ0,0(X) net profit per an num. Under such pleasing condi tions why can't everyone lie happy? ' Legislators who betray the com monwealth, judges who poison the fountains of justice, city govern ments which come to terms with an-] Senator i There are 500 members of the crime—all these are regular contrib utors to the campaign fun 1 of arehy."—United btates Dolliver. Western Federation of Miners in Ow hee county. The court there under Judge Stewart closed its ! , . r term, i here was not a case before the grand jury, nor even one for the he petit jury, and in the only criminal j the case' the plea of guiltv was entered and #6 covered the cost. This j should cause some people to reflect ! he over the charges made against the to Miners' Union. --— - CHICAGO KXct'HsloN 944.50. I trip tickets to Chicago for #44 50 from I as ' Ogden, Salt Luke City, j. ; Proportionate into from other points, j ! ! l ". ee t, [ r,H, « , i last trains to Chicago * 111 ' V wu 1 deeping and din ! mg car service, (.lose connection t Ogden with all trains of Southern Pa- 1 j eific and Greg n Short Line fr ni Ni ; v«du, Idaho, Montana and West, i Ri« Grande Route i- the most attr And.''" IO,lle to the East. Magnificent ! 1 un ' 1 <'plen.lidaccon.mod in *''r'Tf , T 1,3 el* nv way of tn*» Rio (ïrautle Linen if a yifU wiH if WrjUj to O co. w. Heintz. Asst. General Passenger agent, K ' Balt Lake Cry. fur folders or inform National Live Stock Convention. On November 30th, December 1st and 2d the Rio Grande Lines sell round ! Provo, etc. I at i 7 na I j a lion. What It Wants. The Dt mncralio pres, of Idaho muet Vie a unit to he strong in the next own If old onditions continue and P'tign prevail it will be reduced very dose to a unit in numhers. Think of the num her uf papers that, went to the wall in 1901! Help one another and the history of last year will not repeat it— te lf.—Blackfoot News, It is not each other's Help flio dem ocratic press wants, nor is it sympa thetic help. What it wants is finan cial assistance from those who have benefited from the efforts of these pa pers in the past. Many of the demo cratic pH per», that have failed, have been forced to by the enemies they have made in boosting some candidate or ticket. As a rule, after a democrat is elected he turns his back on the one who tins been his best friend, his party We have found this to be true, with here and liiere an exception. The republicans, on the other hand, always lake care of their papers and when they Crime into otiice they don't ask the republican sheets to work for starvation prices, on a mistaken plea of economy, but they give what work is at tin ir disposal and pay their prices for it.— Montpelier Examiner. Tliut Tlirolibing Headache Would quickly leave you, if you you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers tiave proved their mutchless merit foT Sick and Nervous Heudaclus. They make pure blood and build up your health. Only 25c. Money back if not cured. Sold by U. W. Smith, druggist. The Blackfoot News speaketh thus, referring to appointments in that section of republican deputies by democratic officials: Chairman Perky of the State Central commit tee wants the Democrats of the state to observe Jackson's Day in a way to do honor to the great and grand old leader. Ordinarily it would be well. But in considera tion of some of the appointments that are being made what a traves ty it would appear to all who recall to mind that it was Jackson who first said: "To the victors belong the spoils." Thq platform adopted by the De mocracy of Massachusetts contains these words: "We are absolutely opposed to colonial imperialism abroad. We demand (for the Phil ippines) ultimate independence under the protection of this coun try. "We favor tree trade by means of genuine reciprocity, or other wise. » It is reported that a Bruneau young man kissed the gold filling out of his "best girl's how refuses to pay the dentist's bill. tooth and Grain, oats, hav aqd wheat,chop ped corn and Nebraska whole corn on hand at Chas. R. Kelsey Co., Ltd. Astounding Discovery. From Ci opeisville, Miete, comes word lif a wonderful discovery of a pleas mt tasting liquid (list when used before retiring by any one troubled with a had cough always ensures a good night's rest "It Will soon cure! the tough too," writes Mrs. S. Him elhurger, "for three generations of our j family have used Dr King's New Dis—' i covery for Consumption and never found its equal for coughs and colds." It's an unrivaled life saver when used for desperat, lung diseases. Guaran ! 'V'des ^»c and #1 (X) at Roscoc Smith 8 drug store. 1 nul bottlns free. j Mrs. Winslow's Boothing Syrup has I j been used for over fifty years by mil ! bou* of mothers for their children wl,,1 e teething, with perfect success, It soothes the child, softens the gums, L' a,D - ores wind colic, and is toe beet remedy for diarrhoea. In pleas ant to the taste. Bold by druggists in every pari of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Its value is iucalcu For Over Fifty Years. An Old and Wkll-Tkied Kkmbdy. I ,ow ' , ' Soothing Syrup, and take no j 1 ! 1,3 50 K ' t r " ,U " J courUo ' J * treatment ! lahle. He sure and ask for Mrs. Wins* oUlel Bruneau Stage Line A. J. HARRIS, Pko'k. St ge leaves Mountain Home for Bruneau every day (except Sunday) ; Returning, arrives at I at 8 :15 a. m. Good accommodations lor passen assured. promptly de i 7 o'clock it. in. I Fare, #2.00 t Round trip me way. Express |>ack ages liveied. i Special Meeting. Proceedings of Board of County Commissioners of Elmore countv, ! Idaho, Nov. 2, 1901. order entered October 21, 1001, the ; Pursuant to ! Hoard met this day in special session and called to \ order, there living present— W. L. Thurman chair , W. E. Wilson commissioner, A. O. Smith clerk. When the following communication from the Attor reod and ordered spread on the min ' ney General ' utes of this meeting: BOISE, IDAHO, Oct. 25, 1901. I A. M. Sinnott, County Attorney—Your favor of the ! 17tli mut b nr.-nrl in which I ing question: "In case where the assessment against I the taxpayer has been raised by thj Board of Equal! j /.ation at it* meeting or session beginning on the first ! Monday of July Tost, by adding to the number or ; quantity of the taxpayer's property, and the tax payer has received no notice from the clerk on ac I count of aheencè from the State at the time, in time on the 4th to appear, in regular see asked the follow t<* appear before the Board at its meeting : Mouday, for hearing the same, and failed and the Board of Commiasioner» sion, order the assessment as raised to be reduced raised is ex proper proofs that the same upon oessive? Under the law the County Commistticnera can only sit as a Board of Equalization between certain dates. At any other session they havo no power to raise or lower obsesemeutM. If the clerk properly sent the notice to the regular address nl the taxpayer, citing him to appear before the Board in regard to the in crease of his aseis* merit, account of hin being absent from the state, he has no right to complain on account of his failure to get it. lias not been treated legally and 1 he failed to get it if the tux put fairly he has his retirees in tho court, but the County commissioners have assessment. h. no right at this time to low KHANK MARTIN, Att'y Gen'l. The application for a reduction in taxes made by in. Hobdey and Thus. Mullen, were then rejected. The matter of retiring the bridge across South Boise river at Johnson's crossing was laid over until 10 o'clock a. m. Monday, Nov. 4, 1901. Thereupon the Board adjourned until 10 o'clock, Monday, November 4, 1901. ». MONDAY, Nov. 4, 1001, 10 a. in. —Pursuant to ad journment the Board met and called to order with the same mom tiers for repairing the at Johnson s crossing were opened The bid of J H. Casey in the of $550. s present. When the following bids bridge across the South Boise river id read: of $500; the bid Both bids of W. R. Coats in the accom|Kinied with good and sufficient bonds. It appealing to the satisfaction of the Board that the Lid of J. H. Casey in the lowest, it was thereupon ordered that the J. it Casey lie awarded to J. H. Casey. Ordered that the bond contract of J. II. Casey in the sum of $1,009, with VV. J. Turn Kelsey as a as read, of $600 being tiie id bid of -cepted and the contract is hereby to ■ ami Chas. it. of $500 each, sureties in the penal accepted and orderet! filed. Thereupon tbs contract and agreement for rejsdr Ing the said .South boise river bridge was read, ap proved and duly signed and ordered filed. Ordered tirât this Board d in adjourn sine die. W. L. THURMAN, Chairman. A. G. SMITH, Clerk. Ladies—You tvant to be up to date in every way. Call and see the latest styles in engraved calling cards, invitations, etc., at my resi dence. Mabel L. Payne. International Live Stock Eposi tion, Chicago, Nov. 30 to Dec 7th; Annual Live Stock Convention Na tional Live Stock Ass'n, Chicago, Dec. 3d to 6th—An open rate of one fare plus two dollara for the round trip is authorized. Tickets on sale Nov. 30th to Dec. 2d inclusive. Re turn limit Dec. 11. L. Way, agent. If you ask a man for an ad , or a few locals chances are he will tell you advertising doesn't pay—the paper is never read. But let him he caught hugging the hired girl, or chasing a loose piece of calico up the street after dark, staggering along the street with a jag, if the printing otiice is in the garret of a twenty-story building he will climb to the top and request the editor not to publish anything about him in the paper where everybody can read it. a it Great Lurk ot an Editor. "For two years all efforts to cure Eczema in the [minis of my hands failed," writes Editor H. N. Lester of Syracuse, Kan., "then I was wholly cured by Hucklen's Arnica Salve." It's the world's hist for Eruptions, Sores and all skin diseases. Only 25c at R. W. Smith's drug store. The Very Newest. We have just opened a big lot of the very latest styles in high grade Box. Papers at 10c, 15c, 25c, 40c and 50c per box. and Our stationery depart ment lias been greatly enlaraed, and we will be pleased to take care of your wants. Smith's Pharmacy. a a cure! ^ ■ our j I la[v|\A I I ^ Dis—' I fcffctwCQx I AM JK^ M AJN'WawWk^^S» |_MIIUA«|f| bMil f A FREE PATTERN (yoor own selection) to every •criber. Only SO cents sub a year. free. has I mil is in A LADIES' MAGAZINE. A gem ; beautiful colored plat fashion« ; drcniakin* . * work; household hints; fieti •crib« to day, or, send $e f Lady agents wanted. Send Stylish, Reliable, Simple, Up-to ^ate, Economical and Absolutely Per/ect-Fittiug Paper Patterns. latest •tilet ; fancy n, etc. Sub lateKt copy for terms. MS CALLOW BAZAR»^n Patterns no ** **»■» *Ho«wl MS fcrforatloM Mow tke Bast 1st aaS Sewlao lla«t. l . nd '5 «*"" each—non« hl.h.r Aok for them. Sold In nearly every city and town, or by Dill! fron. 1 THE McCALL CO.. I13-HS-U7 Weit 3tit St„ NEW YOBK. PATENTS for ; at $0pp.U.S.PatentOfflc«, WASHINGTON, 0 C.& promptly procured. Ok KO FEX. Send model, «ketch, SJ< or pinto «..r free report on p»teot»bilitr. Book "Ho» to Obtain V. 8. and Foroipi I-ataotaaad Trade- Harb«. ' ' ï) Wnaa «rer offered to iarentor« ^ FATSKT LAWYERS OF at TEAM' FRACTICE It! ÎO.CCO PATENTS PROCURED THROUGH THEN. (A S ""* *** M *® C. A. SNOW & CO. de trip Cl PATENT LAWYERS, Spreads Like Wildfire. When things are become "the beat selliog. Hare, a leading druggist of Belleville, O., writes: "Electric Bitters are the best selling hitters I have handled ia Most dis eases begin in disorders of stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, blood and the nerves. Electric Bitters tones up the stomach, regulates liver, kidney and bowels, purities the blood, strengthen* the nerves, hence cures multitude of maladies. It builds up the entire sys tem. Puts new life and vigor into any weak, sickly, run-down man or woman. Price 50 cents. Hold by R. W. Smith, druggist. ** tellmE PRETTY MAIDEN " Are there any more railroads like the Denver & Rio Grande and Rio Grande Western. Hardly any to compare with the mag nificent scenic attractions and the un i ([nulled tripple daily train service of the Rio Grande Route. It is the only route passing directly through quaint and picturesque Salt Lake City. Through Sleeping and Dining Car service to Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis or Chicago. Person ally conducted excursions every week. For literature, time-tables, rates or in formation apply to Geo. W. Heintz, Assistant General Pa senger Agent, Salt Lake City. the best" they Abraham years. You know why? Perhaps, Possibly— but E. M. WOLFE, LAWYER, Mountain Home, Idaho. L. B. GREEN, Attorney at Law, Mountain Home, Idaho. Office in Reynolds 'block, corner of Atlanta avenue and Canyon st. DANIEL MCLAUGHLIN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. -GENERAL PRACTICE Office, Turner Hotel. A. M SINNOTT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. COUNTY ATTORNEY. Mountain Home, EJ^^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. qov8 W. O. KING, DENTIST, Mountain Home, Idaho. Crown and Bridge Work A Specialty Office, Old Turner House Building Telephone 44 N. DR. B. B. SWAN, Resident Dentist Mountain Home, Idaho, t® r OFFICE—Opposite the Citizens State Bank. SAMUEL G. RHOADES. CIVIL ENGINEER, COUNTYSURVEYOR And "U. S. Deputy ICineral Surveyor. Mountain Home, Idaho. Experience in all branches of surveying, mineral "gricultural and irrigation. FRUITS, CONFECTIONARY, VEGETABLES, CIGARS, TOBACCO, FISII, Sweet Pickles, and Lots of Other Good Tilings for sale by MHS. HENDERSON & SON. Go To H. B THOMPSON —FOR— School Supplies •AN Id NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS. Missouri Pacific Xo Kansas City, St. Louis And all points Bast and South. Pullman Buffet Sleepers and Reclining Chair Cars ( seats free to holders of regular tickets ) on all trains. For berths, rales, time-tables, etc., call or write. H. B Koohbr, C. F. & P. A. 105 W 2nd South, Salt Lake, Utah, H. C. TOWNSEND, G. P. & T. A., St. Louis, Mo It! (A E. J. Flynn, T. P. A. UP-TO-DATE BUYERS Of Merchandise Buy of Up-to-date Merchants. THE MOUNTAIN HOME BOYS Are selling more goods every month this year than last. Why? Because they are goods are up-to-date, that can be nouer up-to-date. file best goods ght for cash, bought fr the best houses in the country, instances from houses that cant buy from Their Oil! In many our competit ors We have advantages that no other houses in Elmore county We want your trade, and will make it to possess. your interest to trade with us. Come in and see ns and get prices and see goods. We haudle Everything. Gr. W. Fletcher Co., Ltd. Mountain Home, Nov. 1, 1901. HAVE YOU SEEN Our new goods? A whole carload of them just received, and more Furniture arriving daily. Leather rockers, Morris chairs, and handsome wickers. We also have the finest line of couch es ever exhibited in bciithern Idaho. A large assortment of Japanese matting, carpets, rugs, linoleums, iron beds, lace curtains, iners, sideboards, cheffoners, and writing desks in all styles. In fact, everything in the household line. T «h Our prices are right. No trouble to show goods. J. M. Cowen & Co. Mountain Home. Idaho. Square Deal Meat Market If you love 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. i/L [c>l V t We buy cattle, sheep, hogs and poultry with that very idea in view —and we know how to cut it Couac in and try up. U8. AUGUST KUNNECKE Mountain Home Lumber Company. L. T. WILCOX, - - - MANAGER. DEALERS IN— Mountain Home, Idaho. All kinds Building Material. Posts and Wire Fencing, Paints, Oils and Glass. ^ . am. Agents P aivlianks, Morse and Eclipse Wind Mills. Also, Feed and Seed Gmi F. P. AKE, President. H. A. CHANDLER, Cashier. ©iti, ei>s (State Sctank, £tl MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO. Transact a General Banking Business. Your patronage is solicited. HOWARD SEBREE, Pms.oisT B. F. WHITE, Vtct Prttaiof nt ft W. R. SEBREE, Cash*« I * >1 •*£ 8 1 £éIII Vfi ft ft w CALDWELL, IDAHO T w ft A General Banking Business Transacted CORRESPONDENCE INVITED I ft „ -s*.- ^ -ST AiT -s.' A. ROSENHEIM, (Successor to J. Ottenheimer Co., Pabst Milwaukee Beei Wholesale Dealer in AND DISPENSER OF THE Finest Liquors and Cigars. _ la fact, everything that can ho found at a first-class Cafe. JYour patronage solicited. Gentlemanly treatment for all. A. ROSENHEIM, Pro irietor.^ Mountain Home LIVERY i FEED STABLE JOHN PENCE, Proprietor. FINE RIC5 <*, GOOD SADDLE HORSES Dealers in Ilay^and Grain. Stock Carefully Provided for. CUT SCALES at the Stabled Call on BULLETIN for Job Work