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3tyf Elmore bulletin.
ELMORE COUNTY, IDAHO. CHARLES PASCUR, Mountain Homk, Junk 1. 1905. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : .. re.oo ... i.oo _ hÜ On* year by mail (invariably ii Six month« " " Thrac month®, " ' " ADVERTISING RATES. Locate 6 cants per line to ailv«rt»®cm using regular space; 10 cent® per line to transient» or occasional advertisers. Notice® of ice cream «octal®, fuir®, or local enter mlmiMion fee is charged, tainmentn to which 10 cents per lino. Resolution® of cents per line. Church notices and report® of charge. dolence id rtls of thank®, f> dal events, free of O. S. !.. TIME TAltI.E. At Mountain Horae, Ida STATU)..n. RARTWARH. No. 2. No.f* WKSTU No. 1. Ni AI 4 00ft f> 25 a 4 10 pm... Roi®.. . 1 **> » I p 7 14 n 2 00 it 8:40 a Mt H e.U 00 p I .. I'Vatello.. 1 aft p I .H L Cltv .10 2«» a i 12 12 20 p m tl 10 a U 45 p C. K. CI.KRV, Agent 7 40 p Togo's Victory The Japanese admiral has met the powerful Russian armada sent against hitn to wrest from the Japs control of the seas, and hns utterly destroyed it. Although full par. ticulars are lacking, there is enough evidence at hand to show that Japan has achieved a naval victory so sweeping that Russia may he said to be driven from the sea. The battle was fought Inst Sat nr nrday, and up to date the loss to the Russians in ships sunk nr cap tured numbers twenty-two, besides some 3000 prisoners taken, among them the cotmnonder-in chief, Ro jestvensky, and Admiral Nebogatoff —which, translated, means nobody got-off. What a speedy p teller is old Tog? Rev. W. O. SifiTert and wife -of '• ftvarre, near Canton, Ohio, reached i*sre 8unday for a visit with their children, Mrs. Shetler, wife of the county auditor, and Deputy Auditor Siffert. Rev. Siffert is a trr.v.Bter of the United Brethren, r t- gious body of great numerical strength and influence in Iho fam ous Western Reserve region in Ohio, a region famous for many reasons, among which might he mentioned the fact that Dan Shetler and Jim Siffert were born there and the fur ther fact that they got out, ton H nor why, we are not at liberty to make public. However, there's been peace in the Western Reserve ever since, wo are reliably informed. On Tuesday Dan and Jim with their wives took the visitors for a l-Jp to Canvon creek, where they viewed the sights and witnessed l>«u coaxing the trout to the edge ufthe stream and Jim giving them a swai with a basehall hat—a rather unique way of establishing tions as fishermen which these have adopted, and which they d a safer method than bait and hook a > • reputn inen eeni •lust Wliai livery Mr. J. T. Barber of Irwinville. Ga , always keeps a bottle ofCham berlain'a Colic, Cholera and Diarr hoea Remedy at hand ready for i étant use. Attacks of colic, cholera morbus and diarrhoea come euddently that there is no time to hunt a doctor or go the store for medicine. Mr. Barber says: "1 have tried Chamlierlain's Colic Shoulil l»i>. n on so Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which is one of the host medicines 1 I ever saw. 1 kept a bottle of it in j my room as I hav had at ! seven* proven to be the best medicine l ever used." Sold by Roscoe W. Smith. tacks of colic and it lias Some Needs. This from a leading Minnesota newspaper. It is reported that one of St. Paul's fastidious married ladies kneads bread witri lier gloves The incident may seem somewhat peculiar but there are oth r? editor of this on. The I paper needs bread I with his shofs on. He needs bread with his shirt on lie needs bread with his pants on; and uajgp some of the defenquent subjects of this "Old Rag of KreedomTpay up be- j ~ I v,-A K W* rïïfirj ü r A n p» ■ ?' ' öO h h 8) - V J I Wn:J. ... m Ü ? ' oïl i h Ï -. Wall Papers I i.oo ! hÜ 4 Of , 1 f> of Onr new stock has arrived and comprises the most beautiful designs we have ever carried. are making some very attractive prices, and will t ik* pleasure in showing you out samples :: :: :: We SIB I met sent so said DRUGGIST fore long he will need bread with- , out a damn thing on, and Minne- 1 seta is no Garden of Eden in winter ti ne. the nr to Ro old Verv low rates will take effect to San FiHiicisco am] Los Angeles Cal., commencing May 24 These tickets allow stopover on 0.8.L and O K. ifc N railways, also on S, P. and S. I'., L A. *fe 8, L. You may route via Ogden and 8. IV, 8alt Lake und the new line, Ban l'edro, Los Ang' les and Ball Lake or Portland with steamers or railwai. For fur titer information apply to any Ore gon Short Line agent. -of of a to a STATE NIÎW& The Oakley State Bank opened for business the 1st of the month-'— today. The Boise County News is a mat ter of history, having "gone to that bourne whence no traveler return * ' A big dredge has just been launched at Old's Ferry, near Weiser, which will try for Snake river gold in marketable quantities The slate wagon road commis sion has decided to build the War ren Big creek wagon road by up preprinting to the purpose 1310,000. Work will begin, it is thought, by June 25. Bids have been culled a for. A. E Love, known as "Portln.id Whitpy,'' suspicioned of being one of the cracksmen who robbed the Wallace postofiice at about 3:20 o'clock on the morning of April 13 last and who vas captured bv C lief of Police Pat McGovern at Coeur d'Alene City Tuesday 1 ret, is now in jail at Wallace. William J Bryan has notified the regents cf the state universtv that $400 of the nhilanthropic fund j Ifft hy the late Philo M. Bennett, , ! had been apportioned to the Idaho university The money is to con stitute a fund, the income for life of j which is to lie used for an nnu i I 1 priee for th 1 best paper on political J economy, statesmanship or other related subject that the fund will be increased I I ,, , . j It is hoped , J anv ; local subscriptions to $1,000 that three So ^ j prize? may oe given 1 Bennett lost his life i in a runawayj road to Thunder j accident on the ! Mountain WANTED—By Clrieagi factoring# House, worthiness and somewhat familiar with the lot ai territor in hrl^ieh office, week» Manu- ! f trust person as assistant Salary $18 Permanent position iiivwStmerit required. Business es tablished pan N I'revious experience Addn&gi, Manager Branches, 32o Deartiorii St Chicago not essential toengagi I Congregational Church ; I Rev. C. E. Mason, Pastor Services next Sunday at 11 and 8 p. m a.m i j in , of s UH(]av gchool M t 12 j'^orEndeavor a- 4 p.m j Voting People's Endeav : or at 7:15 ! I Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 o'clock. at ; ! to The Ladies' Aid this (Thursday) afternoon meets at the quilt, present. vestry to; Members arc urged to Vie ! The Idaho State Sunday School | Association will soon be upon US, ! and the delegatee are tobe enter tamed and the community to re-! ceive a great uplift Let all lend a ! hand ihe dvangelisjic services at the as rjJMwdaT by the ev of Sou iu U4J|J 5Sb#C ™ ELMORE BAR I + + + + Fdw. F, Goddard lit»" KIKTOU Distributor of the -f a in o u s 1 Paul Jones PURE RYE cm 1C COSIEST PLACE the BEST (iOol)S in IDAHOÎIi and I COME AM) SICE , _ 1 ||011S6 TOE RCfll Five-room house close to P. in. For particulars see George Nichols, care C. R. Kelsey Co., Ltd. gaining in interest. The Baptist people suspended their services last Sunday and are joining in the ef fort. It was through the urgency of A. L Foster of Souris. N I), whore Mr Hyden held services, that he came to Mountainhome. The fol lowing testimonial of leading men in Souris is given. Mr. Foster and Mr Colthorp own property in Mt Home and are soon to be residents here. ' 'Mr. Mvden is a pervnnt of God, a clear, deep, searching thinker and a faithful, earnest, conscientious preacher. "Weearnestly urge that you avail yourself of this opportunity of re ceiving good "Signed, Rev G. Heiges, A. L Foster, Prof E. L. Penn, E. J. Col tho: p, O II Lotnen, editor. Souris, -N. D." Baptist Church. Rev. C. R. Waite, Pastor. Preaching, 11 a. school, 12 o'clock; m.; Sunday prayer meeting, 7 p in.; preaching, 7 :45 p. m. Baptist Junior meeting, Sunday. 4 p. in. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, at 7 p. iu will sell rilU, idj ihe most principal cities and stations inter j r |' oaelior's Annual,, Excursion. June 3, 5, 10 and 12 the Oregon Short Line R R. trip tickets t , ! eastern j 1 J I mediate at a very low rate. Tickets ten days stop-over iu j each direction with final limit of , J September lath, 1905. ther information call or will allow ; For fur write anv j agent of the above road. C. E. Ul.KltY, Agent. They've Got It Back. ! Under the above caption ttie Weiser Signal says; They've got it back again! They are happy now! That $400,090 of bonded dtbtl* has been stuck back on the state I and tho state administration templates results with satisfaction. con sigh ot i a And it only required a tittle ; two years to do it. lu 2896 the democrats took the 1 ctate with a bonded debt of $400, 1000. over i ft took the democrats until 1 1903 to clear that debt from their j i The republicans got it again onlv a in 1903 and last Saturday $460.5fJ0 of state bonds were sold in Ohio. books. to McDonald, McCoy vk Co I he democratic disgrace of bonded debt has been wiped out! They've got it back! And more too! n » ! Idaho's Ne W Reserves. Apropos of the President's an nounced intention to set apart 7,000, «W0 acres jf land for forest reserves ! as endorsed by Senator Dubois and Foreslor Pinehot, the Salt Lakh Herald says editorially: Washington idicate i advices Make Your Mark In the World . I • • I Don't he satisfied to work j along in the same old way for low wages. We can help you carve out a successful ca reer. Thousands have in I creased their salaries by fol i lowing our plan We can train you in spare time, and at small cost, for any of the fol lowing positions: Mechanical, Electrical, Steam, Civil, Mining Engineer ; Electrician ; Surveyor ; Artbi tect ; Draftsman ; Bookkeeper; Stenographer; Teacher; ShowCard Writer ; Window Dr;s»er, Ad Writer. or ! 3 Box 799 Scranton, Pa. *. Call on or write our local representative E. F. HELL1ERE, Boise, Ida. .1 I « s Denver & Bio Grande . 1 ih Rio Grande Wisterii an TEE SCENIC LINE To OLKNWOOD STRINGS, ASPKN, I.KAOVILI.K, I'l KHLO, COLORADO SI'ltlNOS IIKNVBR KANSAS CITV, ST. I.OIIK, ( IIIC'AUO an Ogden Union Ik-pot with all Monthcrn Paelfl I>M All / id all point® Kant. Shi C< lane Trains The Only Transcontinental Line Passing Directly I'liniiiiili Salt Lake City 3 13 Splendidly F.quipp('d Font Trains Daily bet OGDEN AND DENVER hree Separate nnd Distinct .Sctmic Routes. Via Tit Pullman Palace ml Ordinary Bleeping Cara t*. DENVER, OMAHA, KANSAS CITY, ST. I.ODIS, m l UIIIOAO*' WITHOUT CHANGE. ef Fret* Reclining ChnirCure. Ptirfpclly KxcurMiotih A Perfect Dining Oar Service. For rates. Folders, etc., inquire of nearest Ticket Agent so-cifying tl . RIO GRANDE ROUI E, or w ite !-■ V RENTON, Asst. Ocn'l Passenger Agent. Salt Dato of he 1 1 t ab. Next Time You Go East Be Sure and Use the Union F*acific re L and Chicago, Milwaukee & Sf. Paul THE ROUTE OF THE Overland - Limited THROUGH CARS TO CHICAGO C. S. WILLIAMS, Commercial Agent 100 W. Second -South St., Salt Lake City that the disinterested patriots who bend the Idaho republican mach ne find themselves unable to direct the forest reserve pniicy of the preei- * dent The preei.lent appears to be lieve his own judgment, endorsed at hy the opinions nf Senator Dubois and Foreetor Pinehot. ie rather 19 idj more calculated to serve the inter- ü est of the people of Idaho than are tile schemes, of the republican ring. : Accordingly the president announ ces his determination t i create sev en new forest reserves, vhich will, embrace an aggregate of 7,000000 : acres of land. This is quit a a reversa for Hey- i burn, Gooding, French et ul , who 1 5 have aiveii the p>-ople of their state f to understand, in a general wav. that the president looks to them|^~ for advice on ull matters pertain-! iligto the state of Idaho The jolt, presidents reply to Hey burn's pro I test mav property be designated as : M r. Roosevelt eays Hey- <g> ections, if sustained, I burn's obj would fee subversive of the best in : i terests of the state, not only now, but in the future •> jawat« with TOtrrtt curiosity an ex 1 planation from Senator Hey burr, W'e would like to be put iu posses plain enough. We That is : 1 si on of the real reasons for the op j position fey tho republican niacL i ine and the various corporations to a plan designed to save the timber of Idaho foe the people of that state. at Lewis and Clark Exposition. Clteap rates to Portland. Daily from May 28th to October; 14 inclusive, limited to continuous passage in each direction with fin al return limit cf 30 days but not later than Oct. 31st, 1905,0.8. L. j will sell tickets at rate of $17.55 ! for round trip For parties wish ing the boat trip from The Dalles . to Portland, be one ] dollar n>ore than above. Fer par-, i tics wisJiiiyj a ninety will rate day -ticket, j <vnœ rate will be $30 00 will allow stop over going. C E. Ui.euï, Agent. This ticket * Idaho G. A R encampment will meet at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho Cheap round trip ffcketß on sale June IS 19 for the above occasion. Call on ü S. L. agent for particulars, : : FIRST-CLASS Photographs CABINETS, STAMPS and' VIEWS i 1 5 Photo f ^ grapher Re ar of Bulletin Building v I [)R. JOHN L. CALLAWAY | : <g> i Ostcopfliif I'liysiciaii : I •> ; Hot* VTA IN HOME ? Will a islt Gierm'« Ferry tuiee « : CARPENTER AND FURNITURE •REPAIR SHOI i I sllinaK'H on all kinds o! lmildinK and Itcpair work ot ever, description. Leave word at The Hiillelin or with I'hillps Uro«. j A. A. Srothon j ASSAYER AND CHEMIST . ] Mountain Burnt. Idaho j <vnœ AT CAJJNVSU.'d IUHB' ,J MW; STOHJÏ 1 » A ND want Jo do thff best yot and get the best goodi you can for your money, take time t< look around, see who has the stuff you want; sc who 1ms the most modern and up t W WHEN can, you % Go into all the. stores G0M& TO MOUNTAIN Isi' m ■ ié date store; see who has the niammoi who has tl HOME department store; see most $ TO BUY * GOODS ami best goods. Then^do youi believe to be t< $ buying where you your advantage. ' W S G. W. FLETCHER CO. LIMITED. The Mountain Home Boy w 'v! All k'fidN of Fresh, it .id Salted j Meat ami Game in j Season and the Best j of every kind. ; CITY MEAT MARKET Cured Mountain Home, Ida, * W. n. SEBREE, VICE-PRESIDENT HOWARD SEBREE, President R. A. COWDEIM, CASHIEn firs! Rational Batik CALDWELL, IDAHO V/ A General Banking Business Transacted j CORRESPONDENCE INVITED 4 " '*] - • BO YEARS' EXPERIENCE •r Trade '' arks Desiu'.s Copyrights Ac. ud description may n onr opiuiou free-whether an l:ab»y ,uawi*-al»le. Communica Int (s'.. HflNDPOOR onUnfenU b» - ./ for Bocurmg patent®. I'atenta taken th. :gh Munn & C rptcial not ire, without c harg e, in the Scientific American. Anyone Rending a sketch aulekly a » Invention tlona atrlctly emu aunt fro«. Odeat I« I . receive A handsomely II Instrat ed weekly. I.nreest cir culation of any «cientldo journal. Terms, |3 a yeor ; four month«, |L Bold by aH newsdealers. I &Co. 3e,B ' Md * a '-New York *• OWee. 625 F BU. WaaMn* t0 n. Y*. C. Brai • Aug. Kunnecke J 9 I WA & mi 1 MEAT MARKET provides i Tbe Best and trie Cheapest AND GAME ill season of any in Mountain Home! or elsewhere. Give him a trial. J # VV. NIWUKIRK PliysiciR'i tnd Surgeon OÄOC ut Kelsey Bail ling. Telephone N« S2. | uwh; 10 tc l'. > to li 7 lo 9 Ro®^ieuea: Oor. bcaaeM Kt. oaU Atlanta Ave. i Telephone 11 . DANIEL MclAUGHlIN, i RoaaecTiNo iahoiinky Ei.Mont: county GENERAL PBACTICE i Orticttv öj*im Bi.i.q , 0 v*b Tk*kih„sk Fich* i NUR E. CiL WOLFE LAWYER, 1 , Mountain Homk, Idaho. j HARRY C. WYMAN FRANK T. WYMAN j WYMAN & WYMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW K solas CITY IDAHO. f MF.N AND WoMBN in thi® county and adjoin territi tritt®, to rapuffnt and advertise an old c®t Malted house of _h«1tl financial standing. Salary ' en 912 to weekly with expen h Monday hy check dirfect from h® Horne and huggy furnished when ihm it ion permanent. Address, Blew* Bros, . 4, Motion Bldg. Chicago, III. ell #21, toowiü *». ! adv.un-c«! (:■ quarto ; I Co., I The Advertising World Do you do any sort o i advertising l»y newspa booklet®, circnlar®, or any other method? If ®o, should know about our monthly containing info th)«' plana, »uggestion® and Idea® for advertisers year; 24 to If 2 page®. Send today for free sain pi ths' trial. Address, Tho A( 10 cent® for ft Using Work], Columbus, OhU An Opportunity,. ■ : % ' ■ We want a man in this locality to sell the Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. We can offer ex- | ceptional inducé ments to someone ' j who commands- a j horse and wagon and*] can devote his time to advancing the I sales of ôur product. I Energetic men find our proposition, a money-maker, ca pable of development into a permanent j and profitable business. j WRITE AT ONCE Wheeler & Wilson Mfg.Co, 72 and 74 Wabaah Ave. CHICAGO V For OrunktniMW, Oyls f%é CIGY ihÄiwS! A ft J- Sr IheTobtcooHa ind Neuntthsn Cure u Correa. Doadencs Strictly CsaliicatM. Owls*«, I READ Leaves of Healing A Weekly P» pe r I«, the Citenilen at the Klngilora ol Go4. Edited by The Rev. John Alex. DOWIE It contains the sermona and teaching» of Rev. John Alex. 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