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isurance and Notary Work
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OTTO A. ALTSCHUL, Man
Abstracts of Tine. Real estate. Real
Barybins in Deeded Land.
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p S. HAWLEY,
Ph sieian and Surgeon
mountainIwme, - IDAHO
D.,
R. ROBERT L. NOURSE
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ITaotio* limited to
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Boise, Ida! o
Overland Blk
pERKY & BLAINE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Bank of Commerce Building, liOIHE Idaho.
Will practice Ip *11 the Court* of the State.
Iff C. HOWIE,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
NOTARY FUBL1C.
Mountain Home -
Idaho
^YMANA WYMAN,
LAWYERS.
Practice in all the courts.
Idaho
Boise City
gREEN & GREEN,
LAWYERS
Rooms over Telephone Office,
Mountain Home, - -
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Idaho
M. OWEN
J.
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LAWYER
Real Estate, Insurance and Collections.
Mountain Home. Idaho.
F. COLVIN
J.
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Attorney at Law
Merino Block, Oor. Main and Tenth Sts
BOISE, IDAHO.
All matters promptly attended to.
A. J. EATON
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PAINTtR
I'hone 189x. V. O. Box 107.
MOON l'AIN HOME, IDAHO.
£ J. DOCKERY
Lawyer
Practices in all Courts.
Boise,
Idaho.
G. WATTS.
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LAWYER
Mountain. Home - • • Idah
SUNNY SOUTHERN IDAHO
Carey Act Lands
RACT1CALLY 15,000 acres of Carey Act Lands are
>- T| ^ | being reclaimed and put under irrigation by the
■—* | Kings Hill Irrigation and Power company in the fa
il JL » mous Snake River Valley in Sunny Southern Idaho.
| The coming fruit and orchard country of the west,
| where failure is reduced to a minimum and where
S there is no apple scab, no fungus growth, no rotting
' of fruit resulting srom too much rain and moisture.
Here spraying is most effective—there are no rains—hence the
codling moth is kept away from the trees, permitting the fruit to
mature in perfect condition and free from worms, thus enabling
the fruit grower to obtain the top market price for his fruit. This
is certainly
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A LAND OF OPPORTUNITY
(An empire of prosperity for the man who exercises his brain power
and is willing to work and take advantage of what Dame Nature
'and irrigation will provide for him in a most lavish manner.
SNAKE RIVER VALLEY and especially the Kings Hill Irriga
tion company's project will gradually advance to tne front and
stand first in position in production of fruit, surpassing Yakima,
Wenatcnee, Topenish ana Hood River
apples, peaches, apricots and pears
In size, color and flavor and beyond question the best keeper and
shipper in the world (this quality results from our cool nights) in
which no fruit country in tne world can excel us.
Our Lands Lie Along and on the South Side of die Snake River
And the lava bluffs which rise to a height of three to four hundred
give protection to the cold north winds and yet cause sufficient
air current to prevent frost in the budding and blossoming season.
What is said of fruit can also be said of grains and grasses. No
where in the, Northwest can they raise more per acre nor of better
quality than in the Snake River Valley, Sunny Southern Idaho.
Our Land Opening Takes Place at
King Hill, Idaho, October 12,1908
For further information write for booklet "C" Kings Hill Irrigation
and Power Co., Boise, Idaho.
feet
Kings Hill Power &
Irrigation Company
Alias Summons.
la 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. Erneat Pearson, de
fendant.
In the name of the people of the
state of Idaho. To the above named
defendant:
You are hereby notified that in the
office of the olerk of the District ooort
of the Fourth Judicial diatriot of the
state of Idaho, in end for the county
of Elmore, e oomplaint has been filed
>igainst you by the above named plain
tiff to reoover from yon upon three
certain promissory notes, ol whieh
the following are descriptions:
One of said notes bearing date of
July 81,1906, for the sum of 1626.00
with interest at the rate of eight per
cent per annum from the date thereof,
upon which there remains doe the
whole of eaid sum, and said interest,
together with a reasonable attorney's
fee for collection.
One of said notes dated Jnly 81,1906,
for the sum of 188.51 upon which there
remains due the whole of eaid amount
together with interest thereon at the
rate ol eight per cent per annum from
date, together with a reasonable attor
ney's fee for collection.
One of said notes dated Jenaary 81,
1907, for the sum of $31.25 upon which
there remains due at this time the
whole of said sum.
Also to recover from you upon ao
oount for money loaned you in the
sum of $146.67, the whole of which
said amount is now due, together with
interest at the rate of seven per oent
per annum from the fifth day of June,
1907, when said loan was made.
The particulars more fully appear
ing in plaintiffs said oomplaint, a copy
of which is attached and served here
with.
Yon, the above named defendant, 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 elsewhere
(exclusive of the dey of service), and
you are notified that unless you ao ap
pear and answer plaintiff will take
judgment for the sum demanded in
said complaint, to-wit:
The sum of $891.43, together with in
terest as follows: on $625.00 at the
rate of eight per oent per annum from
January 31,1907; upon $83.61 at the
rate of eight per oent per annum from
July 31,1906,; upon the sum of $146.67
at the rate of seven per oent per annum
from June 5,1907. Also $90. the ag
gregate of reasonable attorney's fees
for the collection of the notes de
scribed in said first two causes of
aotion. *
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Given under my hand and she seal
of the District Court of the Fourth
Judicial Distriot of the state of Idaho,
in and for the county of Elmore, this
8th day of September, 1908.
[SEAL] F. C. Smith, Olerk.
Louis E. Nieholson, deputy.
Clark A Budge, attorneys for plaintiff,
residence and P. O. address, Pocatello,
Idaho. 76-4
Wanted to Esckaaga.
An improved Minnesota farm
rtv in or
For par
nauire of G. A. Herder
Tnompeon's Furniture
of 326 acraa for
near Mountain
ticulan i
atW.L
Co.'a store.
50-tf
Notice.
The person holding ticket No.
12, colored yellow, drew the set
of dishes at W. L Thompson
Furniture Co. Holder please
call and get the same. 75-76
See Norell for lote in the newly
platted NorelPe addition to the
village of Monntain Home.
Get your developing and finish*
ing done at Dearinger Photograph
ic Co. Alao auppliee for eale. Front
atreet.
Attorney Lee Coombe, of Valley
City, N. D., ie in the oity in the
intereet of eeverai client* in that
state who have had bueineaa with
the Beet Sugar Co.
70-tf
A Rainy Day Pastime.
Hare la a pastime tor a relay day
which will teach you a pretty HtUe
trick, besides showing yon how to mend
a very pleasant hour.
Make a small paper target
it against some books on tlw table.
Now get some needles—largo «e w t»
beet— end see If you cea throw them
against the target so that their potato
will stick in it Although you try many
times end stand vory near th* torgto.
you will not succeed, tor the needles
wOl refuse to stick in the pagtot kit
will toll to the table.
Now put a short piece *i thread, say
five or six inches long, in the ay* of
each needle and note th* result When
this ie done yon can throw the needles
ever so much farther and stralghter,
and they will stick into the target al
most every time.
When you have accomplished this
much you can have iota of fun toeing
how close to the bullseye you can eons
with your novel darts.
OF ELMORE COUNTY.
($10,000.00 BOND)
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OppoBite Citizens' State Bank
MOUNTAIN HOME,
g. F. GRIFFITH,
BONDED ABST8ACT0R OP TITLES
IDAHO
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN That In pur
auaoc# of an ordar ol the Probata Court ot Si
mon County, State of Idaho, made on the
FI rat day ol|July, 1908' In the matter of the ea
Uta of Albert B. A matrons, Deoeaaed, the un
deralsned, the exeeuton of the will of mid
daeeaaod will ecll at private aale to the high
est bidder, for eaah, and aubjeot to ooa8mo
tion by aatld Probate Court, on or after the Uth
day of Auguat, IMS, at 10 o'eloek, a. m. .at the
haw Ofllce of W. C. Howls, In Mountain Home,
In mid Simon County, Mute of Idaho, all the
right, title and Interest ol the eaid Albert B.
Armstrong, at the time of his death, and all
the right, title and internet that the said Es
tate has, by operation of Law or otherwise ae
qulred other than or In addition to, of the
said Albert B, Armstrong at the time of his
death, in and to all that Desert Entry, for the
following described Government land, trust
ed In Elmore County, State of Idaho, to-wlt:
The North-West Quarter (Nwjo of Section
Twenty (So), Township Four (4)*8outh of
Range Haven (7) East, Boise .Meridian,) lAleo, a
W ater Right from the Great Western .Beet
Sugar Company for One.Hundred Thirty KUO)
asree of eaid land; terms and eondltlonsof sale,
Cash, on confirmation by the Probate Court.
Maby A bust bono (by A. Besuncon, her attor
neys Executrix, and A, Ubsuncon, Executor,
of the last wll of Albert B. Armstrong, Da
DatsdJuly I, IMS.
Notice for Publication.
United suttee Land Ofllce
Bolae, Idaho, Auguat 23, IMS.
Nottea it hereby given that th* Northern
Pad fie Railway Com pay filed lu thl* office on
June M, IMS, Its application to aalaet under the
A at of July 1. 1S9S, the following described
land*,to-wlt: List No. 0799, Wt* ol SWK Sac. 39,
Twp. I a, Range 6 a, B. M.
Any and all parsons claiming adversely the
lands described or dtalrinc to objeot because
of the mineral character of the land, or for any
other reaaou todtaposal to applicant, should file
th ir affidavit* of proteat lu this office,|wlthln
thirty days from the first publication of this
notice.
wm. balderston
Kegliter.
Flitt publication September 2, i9os.
Last publication September 30,1908.
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Comfortable rooms, newly
furnished Per day—
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VICTOR HOTEL }
Stationery
Letter papers must
be seasonable as
must other things.
We are showing a
line of new papers
in new shades,
shapes and textures
especially season
able.
Smith's Pharmacy
CANT BE TOUCHED
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in quality or pure mellow flavor by any
other brands of liquors. We are vend
orso f the beat and purest Rye Whis
keys, both straight and blended. The)
are mellowed by age and are always in
eplendid condition. There are noue to
compare with them in exquisite flavor
and they are to pure that physicians
freely recommend them as tonics and
boildtrs-up of run-down constitutions.
Prices are in accordance with the qual*
tty.
THE ELMORE BAR
COW.F. GODDARD, PR JP'
T he Mountain Home Steam Laundry
Guarantees satisfaction in ell iinse of
Laundry Work Patroni» a meritorious
A bK for per
tlsulan of
•ur rough dr;
Work, SM do*.
HOME INDUSTRY THAT EMPLOYS HOME LABOR
Ready for Business.
1 have commenced work on my own account, and offer my serv
ice* to the people of Glenns Ferry ae an expert
PmHTtR UNO WeR mUCER
All work in my line done promptly and at reasonable prices.
FRANK CLARK,
FORMERLY WITH L L. aPRINtl
[LUMBER
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BUILDING MATERIAL
Mountain Home Lumber Co., Ltd.
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» HBN a oountry*bsoomss civil
iiad it demands Typewriters.
Whan it becomes posted on oompara
tive values it.demands the
SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER
The fact that the Smith- Premier Typs-i
writer ie used in every civilised
country on the globe is not so im
portant ae the further fact that the'
demand increases year after year. \
The reputation of the Smith Premier!
ie world-wide. World-wide uee has
made it so.
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER|C0'Y
1*37 Champa St.. Denver .(Colo.
Rheumatism
Nina oat of every tee
cues of rheumatism are
rheumatism of the
,due to cold or damp
or chronic rheumatism. In
such cases no internal treat
ment is required. The free
application of Chamber
lain's Liniment is all that is
needed and it is certain to
give quick relief. Give it
a trial and see for yourself
how quickly it relieves the
pun and soreness.
Wll
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jpRHEUMATISSn
1 MO .HIUKAT1C MINS,
SCIATIC*, MUML.
Lame Shoulder.
SLAME BACK.ta
LUMBAGO, GOUT, \
UMKSH0UlOeP.STIPFIICCM
a PARTIAL PARALYSIS.(3
S© SPRAINS. <k
/ SWELLINGS**# LAMCNESSI
SORENESS «MNE HUSOES,
DEEP SEATED ^MUSCUUAtolAS,
I CUTS. BRUISES,.
|\ WOUNDS AND LACERATIONS J
1 Whites *a*$TiNGS,CHtL6uiNi/j
I %~l*05TBITtS,QUWSWy
This it t common form
of mutcular rheumatism.
Apply Chamberlain'! Lini
ment fretly four times a
day and a quick cure is cer
Lumbago.
Whea mutcular rheuma
titm attacks the muscles in
the tmall of the back it is
called lumbago. It is
ally quite tevere and every
movement tddt to the pain,
and especially when one at
tempts to straighten up. No
internal treatment is rsquir
. Keep quiet, as every movement aggravates the disease,
and apply Chambtrlaia't Liniment freely, aad you will soon
be well again. .
Spates Md Mm are cored by the free application
Chamberlain's Liniment in about one-thud the time
quired by the usual treatment
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