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8 rv \ v \ v* v/ vmjmrjm'jm-jrjxrj&j&MrjB'jmum'* / CAPITAL AND SURPLUS V I $ 50,0000 y FIRST NATIONAL BANK RESOURCES S $ 400 , 000.00 IDAHO MOUNTAIN HOME, I LOCAL BREVITIES « ♦ ♦ F. post cards 5 cents at I'aacoe's. The Gipsy Queen is coming. J. E. Baker journeyed to Boise this week to transact business. For fine watch and jewelry repair ing, call on T. Cruse. E. M. Wolfe celebrated with Commercial club in Boise this week. Handsome line of fashionable sta tionery at Keener Drug Store. C. F. Nelson, of this city, spent several days in Boise on business. Fishing tackle aud game licenses at Pascoe's. F. G. Ticknor was a Boise visit or this week. J. M. Owen made a business trip t< Boise this week. FOR SALE—Good horse and bug gy, inquire at the Republican office. 31 tf After a week's visit with friends in Mountain Horae, Norman Isaehson returned to Albion Tuesday. Comets may come and comets may go, but we'll all go to the Gipsy Queen show. Attorney E. M. Wolfe was attend ing legal business in Shoshone last week. Mrs. Robert Lyon left Mr. and Sunday for Hollister, Idaho, where they will visit with their daughter. There are still a few packages garden seeds left that our readers may have by calling at the office. Miss Thelma Richards came up fro Glenns Ferry Monday evening and was the guest of her uncle and aunt. Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Sloan, Tuesday. FOR SALE—Three head of hors es. Two are 7 and 8 years old, the third 12 yeare. All good work hors es. Inquire of Mrs. King at Grill. 31-32 Mrs. Daniel McLaughlin and daugh (ers Susan and Elizabeth, of Moun tain Home, spent yesterday in the city, the guests of Mrs. O. Cole.— ^'apital News, May 2. Mrs. W. A. Ross was called to Wei ser by the serious illness of uaughter, Mrs. O. R. Herring. Word was received by W. A. Ross that Mrs Herring was not improving as well as hoped. her F. S Greer arrived from Yakima, Wash., last Monday and will asso elate himself with Mr. Smith in the Co-operative Really Co. is a pleasant gentleman to meet and w ewlsh success Mr. Greer W. H. (Grandpa) Kiefer, is in the city from Mountain Home. He came here to take part in church services at the Dunkard church, but found out that he was a month too soon. Mr. Kiefer celebrated his eightieth birthday this month, and is in the best ot health.—Nampa Record. Gus Fields returned last week from Jarbldge where he has been spend ing most of the winter prospecting. There are three leaving the camp to every one that is going in. When asked if he expected to return to the camp he replied, "Yes, I expect to po over and get my belongings, but that ii all." Mr. Fields says that without doubt a number of valuable claims but they were not sufficiently developed to give employment to so many men and consequently a great many have been disappointed. 5 post cards 5 i < nts at Pascoe's. Henry Crab is in from Atlanta week. A. B. Eaton and James Mclllspy were business visitors in Boise, 31 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adair came down from Sunnyslde yesterday. the International Stock Food at Keen er Drug Store. A complete line of watches am jewelry at Cruse's Jewelry Store. Handsome line of stationery Keener Drug Store. Wilbur Smith spent Sunday and Monday in Boise this week. E. C. Helfrieh helped the Cominer cial club celebrate at Boise this week — o — Ben Boss transacted business Boise this week. —o— Wm. Barstel, of Atlanta, has been transacting business in Mtn, Horn this week Miss Florence Moore came down from Sunnyslde to take in the Bap list opening. Countv Attorney J. M. Owen was transacting business in Boise the firs of the week —o— Mrs. F. A. Sloan visited with he sister, Mrs. L. M. Richards, Glenns Ferry, Wednesday. nea Dennison doll outfits at Pascoe's. —o All work sent by mail for repairing will be piomptly attended to a Cruse's Jewelry Store. 31 Mr. and Mrs. Kessler, of Salt Lake have been visiting several days witl Mi. and Mrb. Ed. Nicholson. J. A. Purtill combined with pleasure in a trip to Boise Wed nesday. busines Lee's Lice Killer, Insect Powder Gall Cure and Stock and Food at Keener Drug Store. Poultr Dr. F. S. Hawley has moved into the Pence residence formerly occupied by J. M. Owens. S. G. Yerkes returned from a visit to Washington, I). C. where he went on business. Thursday J. W. Caldwell returned last Fri day from a three months' prospect ing trip in Nevada at Tailor Basin. A full account of the district will be The R. W. Smith drug company i installing one of the latest down to the minute soda fountains. Have seen it? you Mrs. A. Casey and Mrs. Ray Cor bus of Boise, have been guests the bus' mother. Mrs. Casey. pa»t wei48at the home of Mrs. Cor Friends of Norman isaehson are vondering whether he has gone for hlf auto or ?, anyway we understand he is in Mt. Home.—Albion Nuggett. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Helfrieh re turned Tuesday from Boise where Mr Helfrieh went up to attend the Com mercial Club luncheon in honor of the Mountain Home Club. James Weed, who has been line man for the Mountain Home Elect ric Light Co., accepted a position as electrician for a mining company at Atlanta, but the altitude was too high for him and he was obliged to give up his position. Mr. Weed returned last Friday and is now assisting in making preparations for a day eloc trii service which will be inaugurat ed June Jst. Elmore County Village Board Proceedings. (Continued from page one.) notified to lower his sidewalk to .rude in front of building on lot 11 ot block 2 and that such work ie completed in HO days from this, date. Put and carried. Applications for appointment <f street commissioner from R \\\ Bruce, .Jesse Akin and J. Q. Whitbeck were read. Motion by Stanfield, seconded by Englehart that Jesse Aikin be ippointed. A roll eall was had. Iloweth voted for Aikin; Stan field voted for Aikin; Englehart voted for Aikin. / V I y Whereupon the chairman '•lared that Jesse Aikin de was ap pointed for street commissioner. The following claims the village, being on file, taken up, read, examined, onsidered and allowed, and the clerk was instructed to draw rants against the several funds in payment of same: General Fund : f. E. Reekmeyer, Treas. sal arly, 3 mo.$20.00 J M. Owen, attorney's sal ary for March . Mtn. Home Commercial club rent for March . Rocky Mtn. Bell Tel. Co., phone rent for April_ 1.50 J. A. Purtill, clerk's salary for March agains were duly « ♦ war ♦ 25.00 8 . 0 ( 12.0 . W Boyd, sheriff, board for village prisoners . .. 20.0 O. E. Norell, justice fees. 24.00 John Ilorgan, draying ... Arthur Stevens, marshall's salary for March. Niel Olson, burying dead dog 6.00 Mtn. I Lome Vol. Fire Dept coal 6.00 75.00 4.25 Cemetery Fund ('has. Abbott, for labor.. 11.20 Street Fund Samuel G. Rhoades, survey or's services . 15.0 Geo. Britton, care of fire en 10.00 gine J. W. Morton, merchandise. .1.00 Montgomery, Blank & Co., merchandise 1.0 James Grinsell, building 48 i't. culvert . Mtn. Home Electric 37.75 Co., (disallowed $.95). 143.7 Ordinance No 104 came up fot second reading and was read ii full. Motion by Englehart, second ed by Stanfield, that the time of beginning work on water sys tern by Commonwealth Water & 'ower Co. lie 90 days from time of passage of ordinance, in plac< of 60 days.. Motion put and ear ied. Motion by Stanfield, seconded by Englehart, that the meaning of completion as required by or dinance No. 103 means that at end of one year company shall have water to all people ther wanting water as specified in sai ordinance. I !' Motion by Stanfield, seconded by Englehart, that liquor licens es to Grace Bishop, Ben Ross & Co., W. D. Evans, Ed. Goddard and Ed. Weaver be granted and issued. Put and carried. On motion duly made, second ed, put and carried, meeting was continued to Wednesday, April 6th, 1910. Approved— E. C. W. HOWETII, Chairman, pro teul ed Attest: O. E. NORELL Clerk. Mountain Home, Idaho, April 6, 1910. The hoard of trustees of the village of .Mountain Home met in adjourned session. Members present: C. W. IIow eth, F. Englehart, O. E. Norell clerk. There not being a quorum pres nt meeting was continued to Ap il 7th, 1910. Approved— r C. W. HOWETII, Chairman, pro tern. 18, Attest: O. E. NORELL, Clerk. Mountain Home, Idaho April 7, 1910. The hoard of trustees of the village of Mountain Home, Ida ho met in adjourned session. Boll call—present: C. W. IIow eth ,W. H. Wilson, F. Englehart members; J. M Owen, attorney 0. E. Norell, clerk. The following proceedings wer had: Ordinance No. 105 was intro duced* and read in full for first time. Ordinance No. 106 was intro duced and read in full for first time. Upon motion duly made, sec onded- put and carried, meeting was continued to Friday, April 8th, 1910. M. NEW YORK STORE, Ltd DRY AND FANCY GOODS CORSETS HOSIERY We are selling the famous American Lady and Royal Worcester Corsets. We ask your inspec We now have in stock a most complete line of all kinds of hosiery, in plain and fancy colors, at popular prices. All new Spring Models, tion. All Prices. Childrens' and Misses Ready to Wear Hats Large Shipment received this week Prices from 25c upwards. See our new line of Men's shirts and Underwear. 2,000 yards of New Ham burgs and In sertions received this week. Just six ladies' trimmed hats left. Will be sold now at half price. Window shades and Porch Screens. Full line of Knit and Muslin Underwear. SEE OUR LARGE STOCK of RIBBONS and NECKWEAR Approved: C. W. HOWETH, Chairman, pro Attest: O. E. NORELL, Clerk. Mountain Home, Idaho, April 8, 1910. The board of trustees of village of Mountain Home met adjourned regular session. Roll eall—present: C. W. eth, F. Englehart, W. II. Wilson, members; O. E. Norell, clerk. Ordinance No. 105 came up second reading and was read full. ii & Ordinance No. 106 came up second reading and was read full. On motion duly made, second ed, put and carried, meeting continued to Friday, April 1910. Approved: C. W. HOWETII, Chairman, pro Attest; 0. E. NORELL, Clerk. Mountain Home, Idaho, April 11, 1910. The hoard of trustees of ullage of Mountain Home, ho, met in adjourned regular sion. Roll eall—present: J. B. Stan field, W. H. Wilson, C. W. How eth, F Englehart, members; E. Norell, elerk; J. M. Owen, torney. Ordinance No. 105 came up third reading and was read full. Motion by Englehart, second ed by Stanfield that Ordinance 105 do pass. Roll call: Stanfield, yes; Wil son, ves; Englehart, yes; IIow cth, yes. Ordinance No. 105 declared seel and chairman signed same. Ordinance No. 106 came up fiiird reading and was read full. Mol ion by Wilson, seconded Englehart that Ordinance No. 106 do pass. Boll eall: Englehart, yes; Iloweth, yes; Stanfield, yes; Wilson, yes. Ordinance No. 104 declared passed, and chairman signed sam Upon motion duly made, sec onded, put and carried meeting was continued to Monday, April 18, 1910. Approved: C. W. HOWETH, Chairman, pro tern. (). E. NORELL, Clerk. Mountain Home, Idaho. April 18, 1910. The board of trustees of the village of Mountain Home met adjourned regular session. Roll call—present: C. W. How eth; F. Englehart, W. II. Wilson, members; O. E. Norell, clerk; M. Owen, attorney. The following proceedings were had, to-wit: Ordinance No. 104 came up for third reading and was read full. Attest: R0SC0E W. SMITH JOHN A. GOODALL the in for in THE R0SC0E W. SMITH CO. Successors to R0SC0E W. SMITH in DRUGGIST and STATIONER Motion by Englehart, second ed by Wilson, that ordinance No. 104 do pass. Roll call: Iloweth, yes; Wilson,; yes; Englehart, yes. passed and signed by chairman. Petition for a 5-ft. cement side-! walk on south side of Jackson Ave. between Elmore street and Hutchins street was read and up on motion by Englehart, and sec onded by Wilson, such sidewalk was ordered constructed. Petition for a 5-ft. cement side- j walko,on soutli side of Lockinan Ave. between Bennett street and Hutchins street, and west side of Elmore street between Lock Ave. and Idaho street, and along north end of Colthorp's addition. was read and upon motion by Wil son, seconded by Englehart, such ; sidewalk was ordered construct-1 O. r. J . Ik man ed. Motion by Wilson, seconded lj.v| Englehart, that a permit for the construction of a side walk be, issued to Mrs. Sarah Carr : upon her filing a bond as required by ordinance No. 106 with the clerk, signed by Mrs. Sarah Carr and Cyrus Carr. Motion put and carried. Whereupon the hoard adjourn ed. Appro*, ed: O. W. HOWETII, Chairman, pro tern. A ttest O E. NOBELL, Clc'k. Miss French, of the University of Idaho at Moscow, gave a short, but very pointed talk on the advantages of education at the high school Fri day forenoon. Miss French was here m the interests of the university and spoke in glowing terms of that in stitution of learning. She also spok In the very highest praise of Moun tain Heme's representatives, the Miss e« Lahtinen and Loveridge, who are now in attendance at Moscow, ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Our Line of I X i t J take some with Y° u - ♦ il BASE BALL GOODS | 1 has been received. Best I ♦ X Quality. i i As usual are able to sup ply you with the best in # ii FISHING TACKLE I as soon as the season opens. i » When outfitting for Jar X bidge remember we carry NEVADA MINING BLANKS i 1 PASCOE'S f » r STATIONERY \ i Whiting's Le Courier. The Latest Papetrie. ♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦ Silver Spangled Hamburgs The most beautiful chicken In the world. They are absolutely non setting, but for egg produc tion they cannot be excelled. Eggs J1.60 per 13. MRS. A. W. KALER, Breeder. Leave orders at Caldwell's Hardware Store. Dennison lunch sets at Pascoe's. Ivada Promises Good Production. (Continued from page one) working bonds, without advance cash There is little or no op payments, poitunity to locale new ground, but splendid chances for capital to invest with safety.—Herald-Republican.