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ULI UCI ribllshed w*,ine»<l*y» »u<1 Saturday* bf THE REPUBLICAN P«IN ,r INaC'»l»PANV DM. W. CULVER, PROP. K itered •* necond class m»tt*r Ms rob 18, ISMt. *t the rMeioffiee »t MouuUtn Home, Idaho, under the *c of March i, ISIS Wednesday, September 9,1908 It is authentically reported that Henry Hewitt, Jr., holder of the $80,000 mortgage on the Great Western Beet Sugar com pany's irrigation system, has made a proposition to J. H. Gar rett, the chief executive officer of the company, looking toward what would be, in effect, a peace able foreclosure of the mort As a part of the pro gage posed transfer to Hewitt, it is stated that he will give a bond to the water users to guarantee them that the system will be completed and that all bona fide water rights will be recog nized and honored. If this re port irt correct, the water users and business of Mountain Home should tuke time and interest enough to look into the pro posed deal carefully, and if they find, on investigation, that the change would be to the best in terest of all concerned, should bring such pressure to bear on the company as to compel its acceptance of the offer. It is now apparent to all reasonable men who are ac quainted with the situation, that there is practically no chance at all for Garrett to keep the company alive and moving. Whatever he has done in the paBt it is now a fact, undenied and undeniable, that he is a dead weight to the company and the community, and by re maining in charge is simply playing the part-of the dog in the manger— doing nothing for himself and by staying there, keeping away men who are capable of making the system a success. It may develop, on investiga tion, that the reported Hewitt offer would place the water users and the community in a worse condition than now exists. This is not so, on the face of things, but Mouutain Home people hare learned by hard ex perience that a proposition, fair on its face, may be rotten at the core; they will not rush blindly iuto any scheme that may be proposed. They realize, by this time, that, hard as are our pres ent conditions, and cheerless the prospect, it is better to hold on and stand pat until a safe solution is found, than to buz ard all by a leap in the dark. It is important that the water problem should be settled, but it is of much more importance that it be settled right and once for all. There are two ways to knock a town. One is to get people to come, expecting something fine, and then have to go home dissatisfied. The other to keep them from coming until you can please them. The latter is the knock that boosts in the long run,—Pocatello Advance. For Sale:—Houses, lots, eoreage aud improved ranches, modern brick honee, oloee in, improved lawn. 26-tf J. M. OWEN. Contest Notice Department of th* Interior, UDited States land Office, Boll*, Idaho, Anguit 22.1906 A sufficient contest .ffldivlt having bean filed in thl* office by ESTHER M. ALT8CUUL Moantain Home, Idaho, comment, against Desert Land Entry No 2781, mad* May 81. 1907. HEM 8WJ4 8*0.17 and NWJ 4 Sec 20, Twp, 6 South, Kang* 8 East, B. M, by John 8. KHiman, Grandview, Idaho. contMtea, iu whleh it 1* alleged that "Bald John S. R timan ha* don* nothing toward the irrigation, reclamation or cultivation of said land and that nothing has been don* toward the irrigation, reclamation or cultivation of aaid land and more than one year ha* elapsed lines the date of *ald entry." Said parttas are hereby notified to appear, respond and oiler evidence touching •aid allegation at 10 o'clock a.m. on October 8, IMS, before W. C. Howie. U. 8. Commissioner at Mountain Home, Idaho; and that final hear lng will be bell at 2 o'clock p. in.,on Octobsr 16, 1908, before the Register and ilaealrer at th* United State* Land Office In BoiM, Idaho. Th# aaid eontMtant having. In a proper affi davit filed August 22 1908, Mt forth fasts whleh chow thrt after du* diligence personal of this notice cannot be made. lt is hereby or dered and directed that suoh notie* be given by due and proper publication. wm. Baidumom, Register. F*a» V. Tivsss Receiver for service 76 41 Notice of RepablicM Primtriei 1*4 County Nominating Contention. .1 Notice is hereby given that at a reg ularly called meeting of the l.'epiibli- i County Central Comoaittee of county, State of Idaho, held j August 81, 1908, it by such committee that a Repub lican Primary elect iou bo held iu the twelve regular preoinctr, in the said County of Elmore ou Monday, Septem ber 28, between the hours of 2 and 7 o'clock p. m. in the preoinots of Moun tain Home and Glenns Ferry and be tween the hours of 3 and 6 o'clock p. m. in all other preoinots, for the pur pose of electing delegates rrom each of fftd preoinots to a oounty convention. Said convention to be held in in Moun tain Home, County of Elmore, State of Idaho, on Wednesda y,October 7,1906 at 10 o'clock a. m. for the purpose of nominating StateSenatoraud one State Representative, Assessor and Tax Col lector, Treasurer, Judge, Oounty Attorney, Oounty Su perintendent of Schools, Survey or Coroner, three Commissioners and two Justices of the Peace and one Consta ble for each of the various preoiucta and to transact such other business as may come before the convention. The places for holding laid primar ies in the different preoinots of said county and tbs uumber of delegatee each precinct is entitled to is as follows: Mouutain Home, aeven delegatee, Hun gerford's hall: Glenns Ferry, four dele gates, 8. B. Blackwell's meat market; Atlanta, two delegates, sohool house; Cold Springs, one delegate, 8. B. Black well's residence; Smith's Prairie, one delegate, school house: Fall Creek, one delegate, eohool house; Rocky Bar, one delegate, sohool house; Big Oamas, one delegate, school house; Pine Grove, two delegatee, sohool house; Junction Bar. one delegate, G- W. Jackson's res idence; Little Cemse, one delegate, An derson's store; Mayfield, two delegates, O. B. Sister's residence. Dated thiB fourth day of September 1908. can more whs ordered Sheriff, Probate O. E. NOBELL, Chairman Republican County Central Committee. Attest: J. M. OWEN, Sec. Pro. Tem. Summons. In the District Court ot the Fourth Judicial Dlatriet of the 8tate of Idaho, in and tor the County ot Elmore. IDA E. ROSS Plaintiff v». Harriet Worker, EstalU Worker. D. Ro«» Murry a* an heir of Martha Rom Murry sad Horatio Murry, deoeaied, aud Adel Cook, all a* heira of 0. B. Rosa, deeeaeed, and all unknown heira and all unknown devlieee of Martha Rom Mnrry and Horatio Murry, and all unknown hel re and allof unknown devisee* of O. F. Cook, deaeaeed, and all unknown ownare and elalmanta and pertlee In Interest of the following described real eatate •ttuated In Elinor# County, State of Idaho, to wit: the East h«lf of the NW*and HE* of the 8W}4 Section oue, Towaehlp four south of Range 8 Eaat H. M. Defendant* Th* State of Idaho lend* greeting to the above named defendant. You are hereby re quired to appear In an aetion brought against you by the above named plaintiff In the Die triot Court of the Fourth Judicial Dlatriet, State of Idaho, in and for th# County of El more and to anewer the complaint filed there in (a oopy of whleh 1* hereto attached) within 20 day* (exeluelve of the day ot Mrvloe) after the eeirice on you of thleiummoua, ifMrved with in thl* district; or if served out of thle dlatriet, within 40 day* The Mid action il brought to quiet plaintiff* title In and to the East half of the North-waiat quarter and the North east quarter of th* South-weet quarter of Seetioo one in Township four South of Kang* eight Cast BoIm Meridian, in Elmore County, State of Idaho aud for genaral relief. And you are hereby notified, that if you fall to appear and answer the aaid complaint, ae above required, th* said plaintiff will appeal to the court fur th* relief demanded in said eomplalnt. Given under my bind end tb* seal of the Dtatriet Court of th* Fourth Judicial District of th* State of Idaho, in and for the County of Elmore, this 6th day of Angnet, in the year of oar lord on# thoumnd nine hundred and eight. F. C. SMITH, Clark By Lout* M. Nlchoilou, Deputy Clerk W. C, HOWIE, Attorney for Plaintiff. Kasldeuoa, Mountain Home, Idaho. 71 79 Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior. . 57 Land OBoe at Halley, Idah -, August 4, IMS. u la hereby given that JOHN CANNON, OF FINE. Idaho, who. on May 81. 1906. mad* Hom#*to*d Entry No. 4758. Serial No. 0607, for NKW and Lots 2, 8 and 6, Section 80, Twp.2 N, It 10 E. H M. haa filed notice of intention to make final five-year proof to eatablllh claim to th# land above described before W. C. Howie, U.8. Com miMioner et Mountain Home, Idaho,on the 16th day of September, 1906. Claimant Damn as wltneMe*: Robert P. Chattin, of Mountain Horn#, Idaho, Lo de E. Nicholson of of Mountain Home. Idaho, Mouutain Home, Idaho, El A. I. M'MAHON Register Notice John C. Hay* ot mor C. Town* ot Ptne, Idaho *1 .75 See Norell for Iota h the newly platted Norell'ff addition to ihe village of Mountain P.ome._ ! y WOLF! KILL THE BRUTE! • SKIN HIM PROPERLY AND SHIP HIS SKIN AND ALL OTHER FURS.HIDES.PEU5.W00l TO THE SHIPMENT HOUSE / M-MILIAN FUR WOOL fr , Minneapolis. Minn. THERE'S MONEY IN IT write for Circulars. CAPACITY - 3000 PELTS PER DAY SHEEPSKIN TANNERY I PH op's. Of THL ^ MlNNCAPOi: 5 ,Photogr.pl.,,Interior...d K Views, Developing him) ► inn-ling •;«o supplies for 70-if George W. Deari tier, arn t in x eiinr for Amateurs; Ki-i«ale. Front street, Alias Sammons. In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of Idaho in and for Elmore county. bannock National Bank, a corpora tion, plaintiff, vs. Joseph Konev ear, E. L. Kigg, Ernest Pearson aud L. R. Adams, defendants. In the name of the people of the state of Idaho, To the above named defendant, Ernest Pearson: You are hereby notified that iu the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the state of Idaho, in aud for the oounty of Elmore, a complaint has been filed against you in the shove en titled action to recover from you on five oertaiu promissory notes, of which the following are deaorii tions: One of said notes dated February 20,1906, for the sum of $250.00 with interest et the rate of ten per cent per annum from date until paid, exe uted by the defendants Joseph Rosevear and E. L. Bigg, and before delivery to the plaintifl endorsed and guaranteed by tne above named defendants Ernest Pearaon and L. K. Adams; upon which said note then was due ana owing at the commencement of this action the sum of $278.83. One of said notes dated August 20, 1906, for the sum of $5000.00 with in terest at the rate of eight per oent per annum from date until paid, executed by the defendants Joseph Rosevear aud E. L. Rigg, and before delivery to the plaintiff indorsed and guaranteed by the above named defendant Ernest Pearaon and L. R. Adams, upon which said note there was dne and unpaid at the commencement of this action $5306.60. (Me of said notea dated July 12,1906, for the sum of $1636.33 with interest at the rate of ten per oent per annum from the date thereof until paid, exe cuted by the defendants Ernest Pear aon and L. R. Adams, and before de livery to plaintiff endorsed and guar anteed by the defendants E. L. Rigg and Joseph Rosevear; upon which said note there was dne and unpaid at the commencement of this action $1777.63 One of said notes dated August 20, 1906, for the sum of $2CO.0u with inter est at the rate of eight per cent per annum from the date thereof until paid, executed by the defendants Fi nest Pearson and L. R. Adams, aud be lore delivery to the plaintiff endorsed and guaranteed by the defendants E. L. Rigg and Joseph Rosevear, upon which said note there was due aud un paid at the commencement of this action $265.33. One of said notes dated July 12,1906 for the sum of $81.76 with interest at the rate cf eight per cent per annum from the date thereof until paid, exe cuted by the defendants Ernest Pear son and L. ft. Adams, and before de livery to the plaintiff indorsed and guaranteed by the defendants E. L. Rigg and Joseph Rosevear, upon which aaid note there was due and unpaid at at the commencement of this action $87.76. All of said notes are now owned by plaintiff; that no payments what have b-en made thereon since the the ever_ commencement of this action; that each ot said notes provides for reason able attorney's fee in oaae of collection by an attorney with or without suit. All of which more fully appears in plaintiff's said complaint, a copy of which is attached hereto and served herewith. And you, the above named defend ant, are hereby required to appear and answer said complaint within twenty days after service hereof, if served within said Fourth Judicial District, and within forty days if served else where, (exclusive of the day of service); and you are notified that un less you so appearand aoswer the plaintiff will take judgment against you for the sum demanded in said com plaint, to-wit: $7710.71, with interest as provided in said notes, together with the sum of $420.00, the aggregate of reasonable attorney's fee for the col lection thereof, and for costs of suit. Given under my hand and seal of the District Court of the Fourth Judicial district of the state of Idaho in and for Elmore oounty, at Mountain Home, this 8tb day of September, 1908. [ssalI F. O. Smith, Clerk. By Louia E. Nicholson, Deputy. Clark A Budge, attorneys for the plaintiff, residence and P. 0. address, Pocatello, Idaho. 76-4 Contest Notice. Department of the Interior. United State* Land Offloe at Boise, Idaho. August 22,1908. having been A sufficient contest affidavit filed in thl* office by Either M. Altichul, Moun tain Horn#, Idaho, contestant, against desert land entry No. 2712, made May 81,1907, for N KJ< y. and WX 8WW H#0.17,Twp.6 8, K.3 E II M,by rN. CroM, Grandview Idaho, oonte«tee in It t* alleged "Said Roy N. Crone ha*done nothing toward ha irrigation, reclamation or cultivation of said land and that nothing ha* h«*n don* toward the irrigation, reclamation or cultivation of aaid land, that more (ban one year haa elapead ejnee date of said entry." Said parti** »ro hereby notified to appear, rMpond, and offer evidence touching saLlallegatlon at 10 o'clock a. m. on October 8, 190S, before W. c. Howie, U. 8 C.ommlMloner at Mount-in Home, Idaho, end that final hearing will be held at 2 o'slock p. m. on October 15,1908, before the Reg ister ana Receiver at the United States lend Office In Bolae, Idaho. MW Hoy which contestant haying, in n proper davit, filed August 22,1996, **t forth tacts which •how that after due diligence personal service of thie notice can not be made, It is hereby ordered and directed that euch notice be given by du# and proper publication. WH. BALDER8TON, alii The said Register FRED V, TINKER, Receiver ! 76 81 Gborou0bbret> ®ucfte /or Sale i 1 I will have in pasture ! Boise about September 10 a fine lot of thoroughbred buck lambs re;tr i LiNCOLNV (OfSWLOLDS SHROPSHIRE! ' [ respectfully fnvite the in- ,j ! speclion of parties (Wiring j ! first-class stuff Write nte < for terms and price . /. 1?. (BooMno Boise, Idaho The Spot The coolest, cleanest place in Mtn. Home to get Fruit, Confection ery and Groceries. I ICECREAM FOR YOUR SUNDAY DINNER Our phone number is 181 x; phone us your older and it will be promptly delivered. The Spot 0. S. L. TIME TABLE CAST BOUND } 2 2:20 pm. ' 6:82 p.m. : 12:85 *.m. 8:15 a.m. . 2:45 a.m 6:26 a.m. 11:86 a.m 6:20 p.m Leave Boia#. A.rive Mtn. Home. ' Pocatello. " Salt Lake. WEST BO VXD 1 6 Leave Salt Lake. Arrive Pocatello ' Mtn. Home. " Boise. 1:00p.m. 7:46p m. 1:60a. m. 4:46 a. m 1:45 p.m 7:15 p.m 1:2' a m 4:25 p.m 8 All of Idaho Will Attend s I THE GREAT IDAHO STATE FAIR AT BOISE 7 ^^ October igth to October 24th, n io8 Every year the fair has grown bigger : nd better in way This fall we will have an exhibition of the products of the state that everyone living here will be more than proud of. The most liberal inducements are beiiig offered to the various industries c f this region to bring the /prize winning resets of of their labors to this big fair, so that all of the people who are interested in the different lines of enterprise and endeavor can see what is being done and what is capable of being accomplished in this fair young state--The Gem of the Mountains. fvery \ Five Thousand Dollars Given in Premiums Eight Thousand Dollars in Racing Purses / The six big days, Monday, October 19 to Saturday, October 24, will each and every one be days of greatest importance. Every one a special day dedicated to some section or to the celebration of some event. The stores will close one afternoon. There will be Baby Day, School Children's Day, Pioneer Day' Can yon Day, Elmore Day, Derby Day, Etc. The products of garden, field and orchard; of the apiaries, range and stall; the accomplishment in the arts, along the educational lines, textiles and merchandise-all can be seen and studied here during the great Inter-Mountain Fair as nowhere else in Idaho. % ATTEND GREAT LIVESTOCK SHOW BOISE, OCT. 19 TO 24 GOOD RATES ON RAILROADS BKKOkE>*«. ... deal talk wt AKF YOU GOING l<» BUILD ? IE V ♦ GEO. SMITH Brick, Stone and Cement CONTRACTOR X CEMENT III.inmJBI'H CEMENT INTHkM f ESTIMATES H KNISHKI) KKEK P. A. WEAVER'S FppH Corral and Livery Stable Your Stock and Property Carefully Cared for .... of us always there to attend to it, and know how. BENNETT BROTHERS ! ALL KIND? OF GRAIN BENNETT BROTHERS R. W. SMITH, VICE PRESIDENT f. ft. AHE, PRESIDENT D. F. DENSELL. CASHIER CITIZENS' STATE BANK I LUM(THU) ) Mountain Home, Idaho CAPITAL $10,000 ® SURPLUS $6,000.00 We take pleasure in promoting the best interests of our customers.