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...Official Faper of Elmore County...
...Finest Job Printing
Phone 41...
* \ V olume 16
Mountain Home, Idaho:
ruesday, May 9, 1905
Number 64
Dr. Carl Johnson, Now Visiting Here,
Has One ot Them.
Editor Republican:
In your issue of May 2 I notice
the following:
Coin Minted In 1304 —W. M. Fayette of Bur
lington, Vt., has in his jiosiession a very old
$yn<l extraordinary coin. It appears to have
been Issued In Turkey and bears the date of
1301. Sultanate of Brunei is clearly eugraved
on one side of the coin, while on the other are
characters which are a mystery to Burling
Several years ago, while in the
East, I secured a copy of the coin
described and took occasion to look
up its history. Brunei is a semi
independent state in the north
western oart of the island of Bor
neo, and is governed by the Sultan
of Brunei. The state religion is
Mohammedanism and the date Io04
refers to that religion instead of the
Their usual system of dates be
gins with the uegira,or flight from
Mecca, which occurred in the year
622 A.D In the case of this coin,
however, that method of reckoning
would make the date of issue 1926
A.D., a manifest absurdity.
It seems probable that.since com
ing into contact with Christian na
tions they have adopted our system
of dating from the birth of the
founder of their religion, which is
570 A.D. This would make 1874
A.D. the actual date of the coin in
Great Britain established a pro
tectorate over Brunei in 1847,which
accounts for the English words and
numerals on the coin, and perhaps
also for the change in dating their
era from Mahomet's birth instead
of from his flight from Mecca.
I enclose the coin for your in
Carl Johnson.
Mountain Home, Idaho,
May 4, 1905.
Don't let the children suffer. If
they are fretful, peevish and cross,
give them Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea. The best baby tonic
known. Strength and health fol
low its use. 35 cents. Roscoe W.
Smith. *
The Eagles held memorial ser
vices Sunday afternoon in their
hall, consisting of vocal and in
strumental music, short addresses,
etc. The attendance was large,
each member of the order being
privileged to invite a friend.
The matter of F. E. Whitney vs.
W. C. Cleveland, an action for
damages, under the "Two-Mile
Limit" law, was heard before Judge
Stimson on
plaintiff, represented by W. C.
Vowie, recovered in the sum $75
meet with Mrs. Ottenheimer h ri
day afternoon at 3:30.
Artemesia Mothers' Club will
Ilousekeeping rooms for rent,
Call at Mrs. Hendricks' millinery
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Charles Black died at Caldwell,
Idaho, on Wednesday, May 3, 1905. i
£ tafeitafak taUlKj
in this vicinity, having taught
school several terms in Elmore
cash prices paid for all
kinds Hides, Furs and
Pelts. Apply oflice
Kelsey Co.
Smith's Prairie School.
Mrs. Lillie B. Wertz, County j
School Superintendent, on Saturday
appointed Mies Christina Lyon to
teach the summer term, four
months, at Smith's Prairie. She
waB conveyed to the upper country
by W. H. Manion, starting Sun
day morning, and begins her
uties today.
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$ 25,000 to invest With reliable sheep
man. M. DAY, Box 1868, Spokane. 32-33
Released bv Judge Price on Habeas
Corpus Proceedings.
l'eter Anson, the blacksmith,
who was held Dy Justice Swan on
^j ie charge of arson, the complaint
against him alleging that he at
tempted to burn his blacksmith
shop, was taken before Judge Price
! at Hailey last Friday, on a writ of
habeas corpus, by attorneys Dan
McLaughlin and E. M. Wolfe.
The court held that there was no
evidence connecting the defendant
with the crime alleged and ordered
his release.
While the issuance of a new
complaint is optional with the
I rosecuting Attorney, the opinion
is expressed that no further steps
will be taken in the matter.
S. G. Rhoades is suffering from
a severe attack of spotted fever.
Hugh Sproat of Thurman had
business here the latter part of last
Miss Rising went to Glenn's
Ferry last night, to visit Mrs.
Ernest Pearson.
Mrs. V. B. Reed of Glenn's Fer
ry came up Monday to consult her
physician. While here she was
the guest of Mrs. Lillie B. Wertz
Vess Robbins and family came
down from Piue last Wednesday
and yesterday left for Ontario, Ore
gon, to visit relatives and friends.
W. C. Howie went to Boise last
night on official business connected
with the Pure Food, Oil and Dairy
Commission, of which he is chair
Mrs. A. L. Foster and daughter
left Wednesday evening for their
former home in North Dakota to
assist Mr. Foster in closing up
interests there, preparatory to es
tablishing their permanent resi
dence in Mountain Home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ross, after a
residence of three or four months
at the Helfrich home (Mrs. Roes
assuming the household duties for
Mrs. Helfrich upon the latter's de
parture for an Eastern visit), have
returned to their own home,
The members of the Junior En
gathered about their be
] ovec j
Organ izer-Superintendent
(Mrs. Clara Tripp) Friday after
noon and conducted her to the
handsome grounds surrounding
horn* place of Mr. and Mr,. W.
Hbotographer Beaton
then arranged them for a group
photo, copies of which will be ten
derly cherished by the young
folks in remembrance of their gen
tle friend who left on the evening
train for her former home in Har
bor Beach, Michigan. During her
short residence in Mountain Home
Mrs. Tripp made many warm
j - {
Herman Rae Comes Prom butte to
claim His Bride.
Herman Rae of Butte, Montana,
and Miss Matilda Honga of Mount
ain Home were married Saturday
evening, April 6, 1905, at the
home of the bride's parents, Rev.
C. E. Mason officiating. Only
immediate relatives were present,
After the ceremony refreshments
were served.
Mrs. Rae has lived in Mountain
Home for several years, and i.s
known as a very estimable young
woman. Her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Honga, own a good home
in the eastern part of town.
Mr. Rae has been engaged in
mining pursuits in Butte for some
time. He hasapleasing personality
and belongs to the class of men
who make valuable additions to
the local life of ar.y community.
Mr. and Mrs. Rae, it is stated,
will remain in Mountain Home.
friends (to know her was to esteem
her), who sincerely regret her de
W. A. Ross, who recently came
here from Godderich, Ontario,
went to Grand View Saturday,
where he may, perhaps, become ac
tively identified with dredging
developments on the Snake. He
anticipates being absent about two
J. L. Fuller, assistant manager
of the Pacific Department of the
Norwich Union Fire Insurance So
ciety, 314 California street, San
Francisco, Califoruia, was in Moun
tain Home Saturday on official
business. Not. having previously
entered the field here, Mr. Fuller
placed the company's interests in
the hands of Louie Herz.
A. E. Haines, editor of the
Glenn's Ferry Signal, accompanied
by Mrs. Haines, was a Sunday
visitor in Mountain Home.
Mrs. J. Downer, accompanied by
her little son, came up from Twin
Falls Tuesday for a visit with Mrs.
Downer's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Hodge, Sr., of Bruneau,
was in town Wednesday evening
on one of his regular freighting
trips. He reported that Mrs.
Hodge had been afflicted for a
week past with a sort of paralytic
affection of one side. She was im
proving at the time, but not yet
entirely free from the trouble.
W. J. DeCoursey went to Boise j
the fore part of last week on bus
iness connected with his racing
L. A. McCargar had business in
Miss Ruth Robbins came down j
from Pine Wednesday and went;
on to Boise.
interests the coming season.
the Idaho metropolis last week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. \\ eaver went ]i
4° ™ aa j
A. Anderson ot Dixie wae in ;
town Monday.
G g c or k fer ca me in from
G i enn > 8 Ferry Thursday.
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few weeks, and perhaps 0
all summer, with Mr. and Mrs. C.
Mrs. L. A. Underwood went to
She will re
l'ine this morning,
main a
T. Miller.
Condition Encouraging.
{ Mrs. Nieukirk ia rapidly recov
ering strength, according to the
latest information from Boise, and
her anxious friends will probably
soon see her in Mountain Home
again. Dr. Nieukirk lias been
back and forth several times dur
ing the week, and his presence
here the past two or three days
indicates that the danger point is
felt to have passed.
Employes Wed—House Growing Rap
idly in Popularity.
Ubald Couvrette and Miss F.
Stearns, both employes of the Tur
ner House, were married at Nampa
on Sunday, April 30, 1905. Two
days later they returned, he resum
ing his regular duties at Mountain
Home's big hotel, which, under the
able management of J. L. Brad
ford, is becoming popular with
both home people and traveling
Since Mr. Bradford assumed
charge of the house, on April 1,
he has pushed, as rapidly as possi
ble, the work of renovation
rangement and general improve
ment. That his enterprise and
business ability are appreciated is
demonstrated by the volume and
class of patronage which he has
enjoyed during the past month;
and, better still, his plans contem
plate not only a stated number of
public conveniences, but the con
tinual addition of facilities tending
to the comfort of his guests.
One of the latest features tend
ing to popularize the Turner is the
engagement, last week, of Mrs.
Addie Gilman as matron. She is
well known in this part of the Gem
State, and iB exceptionally well
fitted for the responsible position in
which she has been placed.
Mrs. Hannah and Miss Gertie
Carter, who have been absent a
short time on account of sickness,
resumed their places in the dining
room yesterday.
H. H. Walker, of the Sweet
Candy Co. of Salt Lake, was here
in the interest of his house Tues
day and Wednesday. He handles
the territory between Pocatello and
Boise, his headquarters being in
the latter city. As Mr. Walker
seemed to be in an unusually
happy frame of mind on his last
visit, the observer inquired
whether business had grown in
proportion to his smile, but he re
fused to commit himself. It de
veloped, however, that he was
accompanied by Mrs. Walker.
Why suffer with spring tiredness, j
cross feeling, no strength, no appe
tite? Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea wil1 make y° u wel1 * nd keep |
well. 35 cents, Tea or Tab
lets. Roscoe W. Smith. *
briday afternoon, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennett, a
merry party was given in honor of {
]i tt i e Kdith'e 5th birthday anni
vereary. There were 18 inv.ted
gueete to enjoy the games and re
freshments. Lillie and Ethel
were assisted in receiving by
Stella Harris,
We 1,lve ) u8t receiT6d * carl ° al1
0 f cedar fence posts, on which we
ar e prepared to make bottom pri*
Bennktt Bros.
* ;
boy Palls on Harrow—Shoulder Dislo
cated-Injured in Mine.
Glenn Daniels, the 5-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Daniels,
while at play last Friday, suffered
a very painful accident.
He stumbled and fell head fore
most on a moving harrow, making
an ugly gash over the right eye.
The doctor stitched the wound,
and at last accounts the little fel
low was doing nicely.
H. 0. Manz is suffering from a
dislocated shoulder, sustained from
the kick of a horse.
Mrs Gomes has received brief
information to the effect that her
brother-in-law, E I). Smith, was
seriously injured in a mine ac
cident at Cape Nome. Particulars
are lacking, except the statement
that the injured man is being tak
en to Seattle for treament.
A teamster named Young, while
unloading machinery at the depot,
last Wednesday, sustained the
fracture of two ribs
Following is the report of the
Superintendent, for the month
ending April 28, 1905:
Total enrollment to date..
Enrollment for the month
Average daily attendance.
Cases of tardiness.
Days taught.
The following is the enrollment
for the month by departments:
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Room 4
Room 5
For the corresponding month
last year the total enrollment was
303 and the average daily attend
G. A. Ruiung,
ance 204.
The Mountain Home Baseball
Team, as recently organized, con
sists of—
W. H. Wilson, catcher.
Roy Mumford, pitcher.
Chris Hendricks, first base.
J. W. Siffert, second base.
Ben Greer, short stop.
J. F. Dulin, third base.
Albert Marhofer, center field.
John Brady, right field.
Grover Tanner, left field.
1). W. Shetler, substitute pitcher.
J. P. Clays has been requested
to officiate as scorekeeper, and the
club, at last accounts, was search
ing diligently for someone who
would consent to sacrifice himself
on the altar of fame by accepting
the position of umpire.
The Mountain Home Baseball
team anc l the Boise hatters lined
the circum8lancM , „
vieiting dub> il ie eaid,included
BQme of the league , )]ayer8 .
up on the local diamond Sunday.
The score stood 9 to 5 in favor
of Boise, but our boys did very
Are reminded that Mine. A. J.
Wharton, in addition to carrying a
line of staple ready-made goods,
make8 a specialty of afternoon and
evening gowns. Mail orders given
special attention.

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