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...Official l^aper of Elmore County... ...Finest Job [Printing o Phone 41... m "71 71 1 i J j L A. M U <u Volume 16 Mountain Home, Idaho: Tuesday, April 25, 1905 Number 81 HE ROSE AGAIN M u - Beautiful Easter Services at Congre by a gational Church. " But He rose again! " These w'ords were spoken little mite of humanity—a ragged street urchin—in a distant city, He was merely one of tha many, this homeless city waif; no oppor tunity to go to school, and learn,! and kneel at mother's knee each little fellow, last Sunday night, during the Easter services at the night, like hoys in Mountain Home. But he knew about the Savior. He learned it at the mis Rev. Mason told about the sions. Congregational church "But he rose again! " For a surety, he did. One could see it in the eongrega tion—the church wa-' filled to lhe doors; one could feel it in the at mosphere; hear it in the joy-songs of the choir, no need to look the second time But above all—and one could see it, hear it, feel it, in the faces, voices and sparkling eyes of the children. Yes, one could see it there—in the little ones—as they went through their parts in the Easter exercises—in every word, and act and move. His influence was there. It was a pleasant atmos phere; it seemed to vibrate with suggestive glimpses of hope and love and rest and cheer. It lulled one into forgetfulness of the thorns which grow so think on life's high way, and one could hear, from out the distant, past, the echo of Shel ley's expressive words: "And sounds o'eritow the listener's brain So sweet that bliss is almost pain." Following is the program: 1. Song, "Christ is Risen."... School. 2. Invocation .Rev. II. G. Ethell. 3. Song, "We Come". ..Primary Class. 4. Responsive Reading, 266_School. 5. Song, "Pretty Flowers," Classes 2&3. 6. Easter Questions, Mrs Brooks' Class. 7. Song, "Look Above the Clouds," —Classes 4 and 5. Esther Longfellow. 9. Song, "The Bells of Easter," —Classes 6 and 7. 10. Exercise, "Living Redeemer," —Mr. Underwood's Class. 11. Song, "Daylight is Dawning," —Mrs. Whitney's Class. _Pastor. 8. Recitation 12. Easter Remarks 13. Lily Drill. Notices. Offering. 14. "'Tis Time to Say Good Night,' —School. 15. Benediction. At. the forenoon service Mrs. Rhoades sang a beautiful offertory. The Ladies' quartette, Mesdames Houseman, Ruring, Rhoades and Miss Walker, rendered "Christ Is most impressively. Miss Robinson presided at the organ. A strength tonic that brings rich, red blood. Makes you strong, healthy and active. That's what Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will do 35 centB, Tea or Tablets. Roscoe W. Smith. * ^ J J HIGHEST C'lSll nrices naid for all cash puces paid tor all Kinds Hides, rurs and PeltS. Apply office Kelsey Co. Good Cat, Now. 4 Several da/s ago Royal Daniels killed an immense wildcat on T. Boardman's Canyon Creek ranch. This iB the selfsame vil lainous old feline (according to the drift of a personal letter from G \ Mrs Boardman to Mrs. Longfellow) which peered over the fence and attempted t 0 hypnotize Esther Longfellow once upon a time when the little lady was a guest at that charming country place, Mesmerism is no doubt a conven j e nt asset for man or beast to carry around; but, somehow, the mod ern bullet that has just had a beated encounter with a small package of smokeless powder 8eemg to entertain the utmost disregard for hypnotic wildcats. Connor, of Little \ ulley, j came in Thursday for supplies, re turning Saturday. Profitable Industry. J. B I good figure, | realizing 18$ cents per pound for Mr. Conner disposed of his wool! jelip this season at j I :-heep. 1 lie clip was sold thiomih \V. T, Montgomery, of the Fletcher! the lot, which, this year, amounted about 5 tons, being only 10 t° months' something growth on a band of 1600 head of over Mercantile Co., to a Boston firm, j Mr. Conner says that the wool industry is unusually attractive in this entire section, and that all the growers have realized excellent re turns on their product. There yet remains considerable wool unsold in this vicinity, and the Eastern buyers are still on the ground, attending strictly to busi | j ! ness. The new school district at Thur-1 man, in behalf of which R. Sproatj worked so enthusiastically, was i created by the County Commis sioners at their recent meeting. It j is officially designated as School | District No. 15. District No. 15. | Travcling Library Books. All those having hooks belong ing to the Traveling Library are requested to return th~m, not later than Thursday. Billy Tate and Fred Gomes, ac companied by Anna Gomes, had an exciting experience, it is said, last Thursday, while driving to Pine to see Tom Tate, who is suf The fering from spotted fever, team ran away going down hill, colliding with a 4-horse freighter coming this way, throwing the boys to the ground. Anna was uninjured, but it was necessary for Billy and Fred to go to Dixie for repairs. Wednesday for Baker City, Or- J egon, where she will visit for the j coming two months. Mr. Blanch ard is out with the sheep-shearing employed at Dixie. ! From there the men go to points ! in Montana. On completing his Mrs. Ray Blanchard left crew, now engagement Mr. Blanchard will Blanchard at Baker , Mrs. join City, after which both will visit relatives and friends in Washing ton, and then attend the Lewis and Clark Exposition at Portland, [ i 1 „ , , , T , „ i Don t forget the Easter Hats at rT , . , , Mrs. Hendrick's. * | John Hutchins, aged 74, who, IT 6 , h T a v ag ° fr ° m CTlenn 8 Ferry, died at, the eoiinty )hospital Sunday morning and was. buried in the afternoon. There was nothing to indicate from whence he came or the names of relatives. Oregon. LADIES . CRITICALLY ILL Mrs. Nieukirk Suddenly Stricken on Way to Church. Mrs. J. W. Nieukirk was stricken suddenly Sunday forenoon, while on her spasm, which rendered her uncoil scious for several hours afterwards, She was taken to her home, and [Dr. Nieukirk was hastily sum moned. Sunday evening she re 'gained consciousness, but was very feeble, remaining in about the same condition until yesterday a f|, er n 00n> when Dr. Nieukirk de way to church, by a severe cided to remove her to Boise. They took the delayed No. 5, which ar rived at 3:10, accompanied by Mrs. c , araTripp Mrs. Nieukirk's symptoms re sembled aggravated appendicitis, but the doctor did not express a decided opinion on this point. Nei ther could he state, yesterday, whether or not an operation would lie necessary. While he said very ]ittle) it wa8 p j ainly evident that Mrs< Nieukirk - 8 cond ition was very serious. PERSONAL Mrs. R. visitor last week. Mrs. Adin Hall and son Charles were Mountain Home visitors last Tuesday. F. Cooke was a Boise Harry Knox, J. 1'., of Glenn's Ferry, was up on business last lhursday. Miss Ida Fitzwater, who lias been at Salt Lake for some time, taking a business college course, returned Sunday evening. Mrs. J. B. Whitson returned a few days ago from Boise, where she had been visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. M. E. Longfellow was a Wednesday afternoon passenger for the State capital, returning Thurs day evening Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray and daughter, who have been spending the winter in Boise, returned to At lanta*last week. Spring and assistant Frank Clark, are out at the R. F. Cooke ranch this week, giving the residence a fresh coat of paint. L. L. Miss Lois Butt, who has been teaching at Challis this term, has been engaged by the Nampa school trustees. Miss Butt is well k nown and has many friends in' Mountain Home. Bert Smith on B riday last went U P to 1>ine > where, it is stated, he wl11 devote hip P er80nal attention tothe euperintendency of an ar tistic tonsorial establishment until the leaves be « in to faI1 ' He went by way of Dixie, where he antici P ate( * a ^ iorl stopover. l. N. Lisle, who recently dis [ p 06e d of his interests in Mountain Home, left last night, with his i . . ,, .. ... . 1 family, for Colfax, Washington, , , , i where he will at once establish , . ., himself in business. While the ... , ,, , „ | many friends of Mr. am . r Lisle regret their departure, all their newTome 8 " Dr. J. Zabokrtsky and W O. Reuss came up from Crane hall, on j the Snake, Wednesday evening, re ' turning Thursday. The gentlemen, ■ with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Reuss, rived here recently from Chicago, 1 their outing combining both busi ness and pleasure. They all ap pear to have grown several years younger, at the same time annex ing the proper proportions of ro bust health since leaving the windy city (due, no doubt, to the excep tionally invigorating glame of our climate). Mrs. M. E. Longfellow has about recovered from the recent painful attack of grip, which, for a time, threatened to develop into pneu monia. Foster Phillips was an early morning passenger to Glenn's Ferry last Thursday. Mrs. B. B. Swan and daughter, accompanied by the former's moth er, Mrs. Pilliner, went to Boise on Thursday. They will be absent probably two weeks. ar Mrs. R. Bobo last week went to . Boise, as the guest of Mrs. Charles | i Kiefer, to spend Easter. j F. W. Boyd was suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism last > j Dr. and Mrs. Mather were Boise j j | week. visitors last week. H. 11. Ostenherg, of Wahoo, Ne braska, who w.ts the guest of Mr. jand Mrs. Mielenz for several days,! having stopped here on his return [from Cali.ornia, left on Tuesday evening. Mrs. S. G. Rhoades is improving. For several days her condition was quite alarming, being threatened with pneumonia. Pat Sullivan of Glenn's Ferry was a Wednesday visitor. ; Mrs. J. N. Hunt was in Moun tain Home last week in the inter est of the American Book Co., of Chicago, Mrs. Hunt is the wife of j the author (J. N. Hunt) of 1 ri mary Word Method" and "Modern Mrs. Victor Reed of Glenn's I Spelling Book. Ferry came un the fore part of last' week in order to be under the care and observation of the family physician, Dr. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nicholson, who have been in the upper coun try fur some time, returned to Mountain Home Wednesday. A. Rosenheim made a business visit to the capital Friday. Mrs. Henry Ellison of Pine, who has been visiting in Boise, spent Saturday, Sunday and Monuay with friends here, on her way home. I .. , , , , T -i * err y 18 voting her parents. Miss Edith Harley is the guest of friends at Bruneau. - G. C. Nichols was a passenger to Boise Saturday. Miss Mary Dunbar, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell for some time, has returned to her . O. D. Shields of Hie Colorado . . „ . , Nursery Co. at Loveland, Colorado ,, (Q. D. Shields and J. J. Noble), ' , . , who started in business there 2o g hag been j n Mountain ^ a " d vicinU the pa8t week . Mr. Shields, who is an experienced business man of ability, is favor ab]y jmpreBged with lhiB section, an( j lna y decide to become identi fi e d with financial interests here in the near future. home at Souris, N. D. - Occasion Is Celebrated by Teachers ARBOR DAY and Pupils. Arbor Day—Friday, April 21 — was observed by the teachers and pupils of the public school, the exercises being held in the open air in front of the school building. It was a beautiful day, the air being balmy, with just sufficient breeze to make conditions inviting. The children did their parts well, receiving encouraging applause from the visitors who were pres ent. Following was the program: Kong, "Idaho," pupils and teachers, with organ accompaniment. Original essay, "Origin of Arbor Day," Bertha Heard. Recitation, Ora Swan. Song, palm leaf accompaniment, three little boys and three little girls. Recitation, uliie Spring. Recitation, Della Walker. Song by first primary. Recitation, Esther Longfellow. Humorous recitation, Winnie Bruce. Flower Basket Exercises, Second Primary. Recitation, Dorothy Kelly. Recitation, John Chuttiu. Exercise, "Arbor Day," four little girls. Recitation, Georgia Mahoney—-well rendered. Song, Gladys Loveridge and llilga Helgren, organ accompaniment. Feel tired, no appetite, cannot sleep, work or eat? That's spring tiredness and will disappear at once if you take Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea this month. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets, Roscoe YV. Smith. * EASIER PARTY Mrs. Phelps-Whitney gave an Easter Party to the members of her Sunday School class last Friday evening, which was greatly enjoyed by the young people. The evening's entertainment consisted of games, refreshments, gg 8) a nd then colored eggs; then vocal and instrumental music and There were colored more colored eggs. Some of them were merely colored, while otherB were colored "and then some. 1 All were hard-boiled—the eggs, not the young folks—and it is alleged that Orin Underwood ate so many that he hasn't been able to look a hen in the face since. The young people present were: Mabelle Fleming, Bessie Bailey, Rose Nelson, Edythe Williamson, Mabel Lyon, Nina Pool, Lily Lyon, Maud Hanley, Clara Pool, Edythe Turner, Tena Lyon, llilga Hel gren, Beulah Coata, Lula Hill, Car roll Fallis, Oren Underwood, Joe Beaton, Russell Longfellow, Alex Hill, Webster King, Percy Patch ing, bred I timer, TIIE LADIES Are reminded that Mine. A. J. Wharton, in addition to carrying a line of staple ready-made goods, makes a specialty of afternoon and Mail orders given 29* evening gowns, special attention. Thursday night Sheriff Ross and Deputy Winter rounded up about 20 hoboes who were camped just outside the city limits, and started ducted services at the Episcopal church Sunday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Marion Daniels, Saturday, April 22, 1905, a daughter, 11 pounds. them out of town, some going east and some west. H. N. Elkington of Boise con Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Bown have gone to Corral, Idaho.