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E. C. CL'KREY
Details of Circumstances Attending
His Recent Demise.
Last week The Republican
contained brief mention of the
death of Edward C. Currey,
which occurred about three
weeks ago in Iowa. Below is
given an extract from a Sioux
City newspaper, which was
* clipped by a gentleman there
&nd sent to a friend here:
"Edward C. Currey, aged 58
S ^eral years cashier of the Live
National Bank, but more re
of Belle Fourche, 8. D., died at
tit. Joseph's hospital at 4 o'clock yes
terday afternoon of intestinal obstruc
tion. The body is to be interred in
Sioux City, but definite arrangements
for the funeral have not yet been
» "About a week ago Mr. Currey, who
had been ill some little time, was
brought to the local hospital. An ex
amination showed that he was suffer
ing from intestinal obstruction, and an
operation was deemed necessary. From
the operation, which was performed on
Friday, the deceased man never ral
"Mr. Currey came to Sioux City about
five years ago from Sioux Falls to be
oa'hier of the Live Stock National
Bank. After holding that position for
over three years he removed to Belle
Fourche, S, D.
"He was well known in banking and
commercial circles in Sioux City and
in South Dakota. He had lived in the
West since 1882, having spent most of
the time at Sioux Falls and Mitchell.
"The deceased man leaves a wife and
two children—Mildred, aged 14 years,
and Brooks, aged 9 years. His brother,
Seymour, of Chicago, is now here; and
another brother, Arthur L., an attorney
in Chicago, is expected to come for the
funeral. Other relatives who are ex
pected to be here for the funeral are a
brother-in-law, J. T. Gilbert, and Mrs.
Simpson, a sister of Mrs. Currey, of
Mr. Currey was a prominent
figure in this section of the
country, and had many warm
friends in Mountain Home. At
one time he was the editor of
Latest Sea-Serpent Story.
A recent sea-serpent story coming
from England tells how a marine mon
ster apparently tried to swallow the
good ship Glengrant of Fraserburgh.
At the first onslaught it lifted the
vessel "ai least six feet" as it dived
underneath her but fortunately when <
It came on again the only sailor man
.who kept his head dashed below and
got a gun. It Is not known whether he
hit It; at any rate, the monster had
had enough and cleared off. The sail
ors say this serpent was nearly 200
feet in length, with a head like a sea
horse, a long mane, great green, glis
tening eyes and an enormous mouth
Built on Prehistoric Plans.
M. Henneberg, a great silk manu
facturer, who recently retired from
business, has built for himself on
Lake Constance a habitation exactly
after the model of a prehistoric lake
dwelling shown In the Zurich museum.
The building, which is about 200 feet
off the coast of the lake, rests upon
piles, a few yards above the level of
the water. It consists of only one
room, and its framework is made from
the wood of the yew tree. Round this
room a gallery extends to a width of
eoine five feet or seven feet.
Walls consist of willow wickerwork
and mud plaster, the floor of hard
duo and plaited willow, and the cell
ing of pressed straw. The walls are
ornamented with designs drawn with
Coal and bullock's Wood.
Don't Look for the Flaws.
Don't look for flaws as you go through
And even when you And them
fcJ rRwlaa and kind to be somewhat
|[|^F\AaL.look for the virtue behind them.
F^'or^jllKMoGdiest night has a hint of thq
"i lomewhere In Its shadows hiding;
is better far to hunt for a star
han the spots on the sun abiding.
ne current of life runs every way
To the bosom of Qod's great ocean;
Don't set your force 'gainst the river s
WVnd think to alter its motion.
Don't waste a
ouree on the universe;
lived before you;
Don't butt at the storm with your paay
But bend, let It fly o'er you.
Tbe-wortd will never adjust Itself
To »uit your whim to the letter;
Some thing* must go wrong your whole
_ And the aooner you know It the better.
®t la folly to fight with the Infinite,
.And go under at laat In the wrestle.
The wiser man shape* into God's plan.
As th# water shapes into the vessel.
•-Ella Wheeler Wilcox In Progrewdve
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Gen'l Agt. Pass. Dept., Salt Lake City,
OB ANY TICKET AGENT.
8pecial Representative in this county
and adjoining territories, to represent
and advertise an old established bus
iness house of solid financial standing.
Salary (21 weekly, with Expenses ad
vanced each Monday by check direct
from headquarters. Horse and buggy
furnished when necessary; position
permanent: Address Blew Bros. <fcCn.
Dept. A, Monon Bldg., Chicago, 111.
Prices Paid by the Consumer.
Butter (creamery).$ .35
Eggs (Idaho ranch).
Chickens (dressed per lb)
Potatoes, per 100,
.06 to .15
.06 to .15
10 to .12!*
A. F. and A, M.—Eimore Lodge, No.
30, meets first Wednesday night after
the full of the moon.
Koscoe W. Smith, W. M.
Dr. B. W. Mather, Sec.
O. E. S.—Miriam Chapter,No. 16, reg
ular meetings on the Second Saturday
evenings of each month.
Mrs. Dora Hall, Worthy Matron,
Miss Mable L. Payne, Sec,
I. O. O. F.—Mountain Home Lodge,
No. 19, meets every Tuesday evening.
R. W. Fitzwater, Noble Grand,
Dr. B. B. Swan, Secretary.
REBEKAHS.—Guiding Star, No. 4,
meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each
Leora H. Lockman,
, Noble Grand,
M. W. A.—Elmore camp No. 5444
meets in regular session, fourth Friday
of each month.
E. M. Parish, Counsel.
L. A. Underwood, Clerk.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS.—H a m 1 i n
Camp No. 2252 meets in regular session
the second Monday of each month.
Mrs. Chloe Nieukirk Oracle.
Mrs. E. M. Wolfe, Recorder.
Home Temple No. 9 meets first and
third Thursdays of each month. Most
Excellent Chief, Mrs. Louise Boyd.
Miss Minnie Tanner Sec.
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT-Meet
first and third Wednesdays of each
Mrs. Bertha Kunnecke,
Mrs. jennie L. King, Secretary.
K. I. PERKY,
Will attend Elmore terms and Prac
tice in all the courts. Rooms 19 & 21
Noble Building, BOISE, IDAHO.
Practice in all the courts.
J. W. NIEUKIRK
Physician and Surgeon.
OfBoe in Kelsey Building. Telephone
HOURS: 10 to 12, 2 to 6, 7 to 9.
Residence: Cor. Bennett St. and At
lanta Ave. Telephone 11.
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Coal, Hay, Grain and
Baled Hay by the Hale,
Ton or Carload
Corn furnished to Stockmen in carload lots at lowest
Better burry up with your $'2.00 on Combina
tion Offer See page 8.
W. R. SEBREE. VlCI-PRESIDENT
HOWARD SEBREE, PRESIDENT
R. A. COWDEN, CASHIER
first national Bank -
CALDWF^ IDAHO «
A General Banking Business Transacted
| L. T. WILCOX, President.
C. E. CORKER, Vice President, f
H. A. CHANDLER, Cashier.
e\\& "State -»
MOUNTAIN HOME, - - IDAHO.
| Issues 4 per cent Interest Bearing Certificates. J
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We also have a
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just arrived from the East.
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