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Pub, & Prop,
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t the postoffice at Mountain Home,
Idaho, an second class matter.
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Per year, invariably in advance.
Six months, in advance .
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Mailed to any part of the U. S.
advertising rates:
Locals, 6 cents per line to all using display
10 cents pei line to transients or
space,
casual advertisers.
Notices of ice cream socials, fairs or local
entertainments, to which an admission is
Charged, 10 cents per line,
Kesolutious ol condolence and cards of
thanks, 5 cents per line.
Church notices and reports of social events
free of charge,
RAILWAY TIME TABLE.
Effective Sunday, November 22,1903.
At Mountain Home, Idaho.
No. 5 Westbound, Mail and Express. .12:20 p in
No, 1 Westbound, Fast. Mail
No. 2 Ettstbound, Fast Mail...
No. 6 Eastbound, Mail and Express.. 7:14 p m
C. E. ULERY, Agent.
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Tuesday, May 9,1905
CHURCH NUISANCES
In view of the fact that there are
Borne young men who have not yet
learned that a church and a con
cert hall are not synonymous—
not used for similar purposes—it
occurs to the observer that a little
enlightenment on the subject
might be or benefit. It is not
proper, during church services, to
conduct yourself as though you
were the "funny" end of a stag
party "doing" the horseshow.
People who go to worship do not
enjoy hearing you Bnicker; and
when you appear to be on the
verge of applauding the choir,
barely saving yourself by looking
around and observing from the
actions of others that the clapping
of hands and stamping of feet is
not considered good form, they
naturally become curious as to the
identity and classification of the
queer form which, apparently,
blew in when somebody accident
ally left the door open. And, al
though you may not, as yet, be
able to understand the difference,
the singing of the choir is not in
tended to resemble the first part
of a minstrel show. It is for an
entirely different purpose.
BRUNEAU NOTES
Special Correspondence.
Bruneau, Idaho, May 6.—The
Odd Fellows gave a hall at Bruneau
on the evening of April 26.
One of the Bertschv boys has
been suffering from the scarlet
fever.
The school in the Middle Dis
trict has closed for the term.
A number of Kansas investors
who are interested in the Jack
Creek Reservoir arrived in the
valley several days ago.
F. M. Duftield went to the hills
last week to look after his cattle.
Mr. and Mrs. Frakes have re
turned to Three Creek.
Robert Ratliffe aud daughter
went to Boise a few days ago.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Harley have
gone to the mountains.
George Bertchsy was brought in
from the range last week with a
broken arm caused by his horse
falling with him.
Mrs. Wm. Hodge Sr. has been
quite ill but is slowly recovering.
Albert and Edith Harley and
Beth Linehan left for Oreana
Thursday.
Misses Edith Harley and Beth
Linehan entertained their friends
Tuesday evening at the home of
^ ie f° rnier > with games, music and
dancing. All report a most en
joyable evening.
Emily Benham is slowly recov
ering from her recent severe
ness.
There was a special meeting of
the Order of Washington Friday
evening.
Catholic services were held at
Bruneau April 29.
Scott Curry came down from
Three Creek last week on ft is way
to Mountain Home.
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PINE SHAVINGS.
Special Correspondence.
Pine, Idaho, May 6.—-A girl was
born to Mr. ami Mrs. Caldwell,
Saturday, April 15.
Mrs. Ellison has returned to
Pine after spending a few weeks in
Boise.
It is reported that Hazel Nelson
has been suffering from a bad case
of spotted fever.
John Peck went to Mountain
Home last week for a load of
freight.
Tom Tate has recovered from his
recent sickness.
The trees are in leaf, the flowers
in bloom, the air vibrates with
songs of birds, and all indications
point to a bright and prosperous
spring.
Mr. Dezell was a recent visitor
to Boise.
Robin.
TIIE CHURCHES
BAPTIST
Kev. C. It. 'VVaite, -Paetor.
Preaching.
Sunday School.
Prayer Meeting.
Preaching.
Baptist Juuior Meeting, Monday
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday.
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CONGKKGATIONAL
Ttev. C. K. Mason, Pastor.
Worship and Sermon.
Sunday School.
Junior Endeavor.
Young People's Endeavor.
Song Service and Sermon.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday.
A cordial invitation to all services,
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There was no disappointment to
those who expected much from the
solo of Mrs. Carl Johnson, Sunday.
Her rich, deep voice, and evident
reserve power, were inspiring.
The anthem in the evening by
the double quartette of young peo
ple, justly received much favorable
comment, and is a source of help
ful promise.
Next Sunday the subject of dis
course will be "The ten days be
tween Jesus' Ascension and the
Spirit's descension; or, Jesus'first
ten days at the Right Hand of
God.
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The Ladies' Aid
will meet in
the church vestry Thursday after
noon to quilt.
W. C. T. U. program, May 16:
Hymn; Roll call, with quotations
from Bible on Wine drinking;
Scripture reading, Prov. 23, and
Prayer; Song, "Throw out the life
line; Reading, The Saloon in a
New Light, by Mrs. C. E. Mason;
Discussion, by Mrs. Phelps-Whit
ney. Business; closing hymn.
NOTICE
Teachers' examination will be held in the
office of County Superintendent of Public In
struction May 25, 26 and 27,1905, for first, sec
ond and third grade county certificates.
LILLIE B. WERTZ,
County School Superintendent.
Dated April 17, 1906.
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NOTICE
An examination for 8th grade pupils will be
held iu the office of County Superintendent of
Public Instruction May 15, It; and 17,1905,
Lillie B. Wertz,
County Superintendent.
Dated April 17, 1906.
Mountain Home, Idaho,
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The first prosecution—in this
vicinity, at lea«t--un(ler the new
seal) law passed by the recent leg
islature, was the case of A.
Beck, before Justice Swan last
Wednesday. The maximum pen
alty for the offense is a fine of
$2000; but, upon the recommenda
tion of State Veterinarian Noble,
the court fixed the sum at $200.
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CHEAP RATES
Commencing March 1 cheap
one way rates will take effect
from all Eastern points to all
points on the 0. S. L. For par
ticulars apply to any 0. S. L. Ry
C. E. Ui.ery,
Agent.
agent.
NOTICE TO SHEEP MEN
Boise, Idaho, April 29, 1905,
The line below is the exposed sheep line.
All sheep in Idaho are exposed (See the Gov
ernor's proclamation). All clean sheep must
be dipped once before crossing this line, and
diseased sheep twice, or until cured. All dip
ping must be done under State or Federal su
pervision, and all sheep must lie dipped by
July 1st, whether they cross this line or not
"From the mouth of Cottonwoi d, along the
Boise River to the mouth of Trail (reek: fol
lowing the wagon road to the Haden ranch on
Smith Creek; following the lower edge of
timber from Haden's ranch to the mouth of
Deer Creek; from the mouth of Peer Creek
follow the Boise River to the mouth of Lime
Creek, and up said creek to its head; and
thence to the head of Corral Creek; down
Corral Creek until it is crossed by the tele
phone line; thence east along the telephone
G. E. Noble.
State Veterinarian.
line."
F. W. Boyd,
Live Stock Inspector for Elmore Co.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
United Slates Land Office, Boise, Idaho,
April 29, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congress of
June 3, 1578, entitled "An act for the sale of
timber lands in the States of California, Ore
gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory,'
extended to all the public land states by act of
August 4, 1892, Lena K. McConnel, of Boise,
County of Ada, State of Idaho, has this day
filed In this office her sworn statement, No.
1541, for the purchase of the K\ 2 of SE^, SE)£
NE^, and Lot 1 of Section No. 1. in Township
No. 2 N. Range No. 7 E, and will offer proof to
show that the land sought is more valuable
for its timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, ami to establish her claim to said
land before Register and Receiver at Boise,
Idaho, on Wednesday, the 12th day of July,
1905. She names as witnesses:
Mrs. C. 8. McConnel, of Boise, Idaho.
Mr. Judson Allen, of Boise, Idaho.
Mr. 8. V. Haycraft, of Boise, Idaho.
Mr. Jos. Guay, jr., of Trinity, Idaho.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file
their claims in this office on or before said
12th day of July, 1905.
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HARRY J. SY'MS, Register.
First publication, May 2,1905.
Last publication, June 27,1905.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
United States Land Office, Boise, Idaho,
April 2,9 19*5.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congress of
June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of
timber lands in the States of California, Ore
gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as
extended to all the public land states by act of
August 4, 1892, Laura L. McConnel, of Boise,
County of Ada, State of Idaho, has this day I
filed In this office her sworn statement, No. j
1540, for the purchase of the of the NE)4 of |
Section No. 11, in Township No. 2 N., Range
No, 7 E, B M, and will offer proof to show that
the land sought Is more valuable for its tim
ber or stone than for agricultural purposes,
and to establish her claim to said laud before
Register and Receiver at Boise, Idaho, on
Wednesday, the 12th day of July. 1905.
She names as witnesses;
S. V. Haycraft, of Boise, Idaho,
Judson F. Allen, of Boise, Idaho.
Lena K. McConnel, of Boise, Idaho.
Joseph Guay, jr., of Trinity, Idaho.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to file
their claims iu this office on or before said 12th
day of July, 1905.
HARRY' J. SY'MS, Register.
First publication, May 2,1905.
bast publication, June 27,190:
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Best of pastry;
Finest candy, too.
Our two-bit meal
Sure makes you feel
As tho' you were brand-new.
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A Busy Medioine for Busy People.
Brings Golden Health and Benewed Vigor,
A (specific for Constipation, Indigestion, Live
and Kidney Troubles. Pimples, Eczema, Impure
Blood, Bad Breath, Sluggish Bowels, Headache,
and Backache, It's Rocky Mountain Tea in tab
let, form, 35 cents a box. Genuine made by
Hollister Drug Company, Madison, Wis. j
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furnished to Stockmen in carload lots at lowest
Corn
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/tW. A. REYNOLDS, Cashier, WILL T. MONTGOMERY, Asst. Cashier|
G. W. FLETCHER, President.
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IAMOND was foaled May 3,1897. He was bred and raised by Levi Bailey, Owa
tonna, Minn. He is a dapple grey, stands 17 hands high, weighs 1750 pounds
and is compactly built. He is of a mild disposition and has proven to be a sure
11 foal getter. His colts resemble him closely. Diamond's bleeding extends back to the
J very best French strains, and he is registered in the Pereheron Breeding Association
El books of that country and of the United States.
PEDIGREE—Diamond was sired by Cesar 17388, he by Tripoli 6494-5141, by <Jerome
:1 8656-486. by Vidocq II 723, he by Bayard 1385, by Vidocq 483-722, he by Coco II 714 by ■
1 Vieux Chaslin 713, he by Coco 712, by Mignon 715, he by Jean Le Blanc 739 The dam ■
jj of Diamond was Queen 12358, by Apollo 1605, he by Bordine 998-754, bv Superior 454-730 I
1 he by Favor! 1 711, by Vieux Chasliu 713, by Coco 712, bv Mignon 715,'bv Jean l.e Bland
j 739. Second dam, Evalina 1051, by Marmaduke 297. Third dam, Minerva £85.
S TERMS—JflO for the season, payable at time of service, Return privileges granted
I Mares not returned will be considered with foal. Care will be taken to prevent acct
1 dent. Mares served at owners' risk.
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DIAMOND will stand for mares the coming season at our livery stable.
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Mountain Home Lumber Co.,
DEALERS IN
BUILDING MATERIAL OF
ALL KINDS
Builders' Hardware, Wire Net Fencing, Paints, Oil
and Glass, Seed and Feed, Grain, Grass Seeds.
Agents COLUMBIA and HARTFORD BICYCLES.
L. 1. WILCOX, Man
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you come to Mountain
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can and get the best^
you can for your money, take time to |
look around.
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Go into all the stores. |
bee who has the stujf you want. See
Co.
who has the most modern and up-to- %
date store. See who has the mammoth
Limited.
department store.
| most an ^ ^ ie b es t goods. Then do your buying where
j| you believe to be to your advantage.
See who has the
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