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! /: } ' / . / , m n ■ «] / (1 If EDITED BY § .'Mrs. Plielps-WUitney l'ress Supt. W.C.T.U. / > \ \ \ w /\ \ \ \ N V \ The W C.l.U. will meet tomor row, May 17, at 2:30, in the vestry of the Congregational Church. All mem here of the Union are urgently requested to be present and take part. The quotations are to be tubjP&i from the Bible and are on Wine Drinking.'' The subject will be "The Saloon in a New Light." Mrs. Graves, one of our workers, will be with us ifcte, and a profitable meeting is 1 anticipated. Mrs. Graves will ad dress the people of Mountain Home at the Baptist Church this evening, May 16. She is an earnest worker aaid merits a good audience, interested in the cause of temper ance should not fail to attend. State OD that ii ■ All Continuation, Jrom last article , of A Chajiter on Cranksby Bob Bur dette: —"A cold water line of travel, eureiv. But when Pharaoh and << , . . ,, WOUlGll illld children, Muses poured cold water on their plans and his army w'ere about to overtake them, and harm the defenceless caused them to miscarry. We are again shown that it pays to be a crank on the right side. The use of cold water cer it tainly saved the children of Israel. It is true the water was applied to the other fellow, and did not agree with him; but that was his own fault. If he had been on the right side of the crank he would have been all right. "Later on this crank smote a rock in order to get water for the people, and did many other cranky things; and finally went off and died all alone by himself, and it is said nobody but angels were at his funeral. Cranky in life, cranky in death; and peoj le have been talk ing about his cranky sayings and doings ever since. Continued. D THE CHURCHES HAPTIST' Kcv. C. Ii. Waite, Pastor. Preaching. Sunday School. Prayer Meeting. Preaching. Baptist Junior Meeting, Monday.-1 p m Prayer Meeting, Wednesday CONGREGATIONAL Rev. C. K. Mason, Pastor. Worship and Sermon...... Sunday School. Junior Endeavor. Young People's Endeavor Song Service and Sermon. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday.8:00 p m A cordial invitation to all services. .11 a m .12 m .7 p m 45 p m 7:30 p m ii a m .12 m ,... 4 p m .7:15 p m 8:00 p m Excellent music was given Sun day by the regular choir in the forenoon and by the double quar tette of young people in the eve Ming. Rev. D. M.,Shannon of Emmett preached a halpful sermon in the forenoon. "The In the series of discourses, the subject v Foot-prints of Je,-us, next Sunday evening will be "Pen tecost, or Jesus' Spiritual Reign. The Ladies' Aid meets in the 0 vestry all day Thursday to quilt. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, Laud Office at Boise, Idaho, May 13,1905. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will he made before Register (Uud Receiver, U. S. Land Office, Boise, Idaho, on June 21,1905, viz.— Robert J. Nnlie, H. K. No. 4673, for the SWJ^ See 21, T 7 8, R 6 E, Boise NK>4, NW'7 SK'.t meridian. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon und cultivation of said land, viz.: John Mitchell. Charley Crabb, W. R. Strick land, all of Hot Spring, Idaho: W. N. Rober of Boise, Idaho. HARRY J. 8YMS, Register. First publication May 16.1905. Last publication June 13,1905. SEND ME THE NAMES Of your friends or relatives in the East who are contemplating movement to the West during the Spring or Summer. There will be in effect during the spring months, from all Eastern points t every sec tion of the West, greatly reduced rates (both one way and round trip), and it will be to their interest that you give me the names of parties who may be induced by these rates to some West. No matter where they are lo cated, we will have our representatives call upon or w rite to them and advise them of the cheapest and best way to make the trip, ( all upon or address ; | sponsible fur such action, and will be dealt ] with according to the pi visions of such law ; C. A. WALKER, (ieu'l Agt, Chicago A: Northwestern Ry., I'. O. Box 750, Salt Lake, Vtah. Notice to Migratory Stock Owners Vour attention is respectfully called to House Bill No. 190, See. 17, of Idaho Session Laws, which provides that all persons entering any Bounty with stock in their control shall, with in ten days from time such stock enters such county, notify the assessor of said county, the ^ ftte °* entry giving number and kinds of such sti ck in his possession. Any persons tail I jng to comply with this law will be held re Kuoene L. Walker, Assessor and Collector of Elmore County State of Idaho. 31-31 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Boise, Idaho, April 17,1906. 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 i timber lands in the States of California, Ore gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as extended to all the l'ublic Land states by act of August 1,1892, Maude Neal, of Boise, County of Ada, State of Idaho, has this day tiled in j this office her sworn statement, No. 1, for the i purchase of the West 7 of N W 7 of Section No. ! 9, in Township No. 1 N, Range No. 9 K, and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable lor its timber or stone than for I agricultural purposes, and to establish her | claim to said land before the Register and Ke celver at Boise, Idaho, on Thursday, the 6th day of July, 1905, She names the following witnesses: Joseph Quay, Jr,, of Trinity, Idaho, E. E. Gillespie, of Borne. Idaho. John Quay, of Trinity, Idaho. Helen M. Brink, of Boise, Idaho. Any and all perfuns claiming adversely the above-described lands are requested to tile their claims in this office on or before said 6th day of July, 1905. HARRY J.8YMS, Register. First publication April 25, 1905. Last publication June 20, 1905. -AND n rmmri i Li Li! i. AND THE Only Transcontinental Line Passing' through Salt Lake City 3 FAST TRAINS DAILY 0 ! 0 I TO ALL POINTS EAST. Through Pullman and Tourist Oars Daily between Ogden, Salt Lake City, and Denver. Omaha, St. Louis and Chicago. DINING CARS. Service a la Carte on all through trains, ____ For Descriptive Pamphlets or Other Information, Address ' j I. A. BENTON Gen'l Agt. Pass. Dept., Salt Lake City, OR ANY TICKET AOENT. PROFESSIONAL CARDS Iff C. HOWIE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC. Idaho. Mountain Home FERRY & BLAINE LAWYERS Will attend Elmore terms and Prac tice in all the courts. Rooms 19 & 21 Noble Building, BOISE, IDAHO. M. WOLFE E. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Idaho; Mountain Horne YfYMAS& WYMAN, LAWYERS. Practice in all the courts. Boise City Idaho J. W. N1EUKIRK Hlltl SUfUCOll - ® Office in Kelsey Building. Telephone No. 32. HOURS: 10 to 12, 2 to 6, 7 to 9. Residence: Cor. Bennett St. and At lanta Ave. Telephone 11. An Opportunity We want a man in this locality to sell the Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. We can offer ex ceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product. Energetic men find our proposition a money-maker, ca pable of development into a permanent and profitable business. WRITE AT ONCE Wheeler & Wilson Mfg.Co. 72 and 74 Wabash Ave CHICAGO THE WHOLE THING IN AN EGGSHELL How to Get 200 Legs a Year per Hen Ihe second edition of A Practical Poultry Manual is now' ready. Con tains among >tber things the famous Sampson Method of Feeding, which is known to be one of the best means of making a profit from poultry. 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