Newspaper Page Text
ELMORE COUNTY ABSTRACT & TITLE CO.
One Little Error in Your Title May Mean Much ACCURACY IS OUR STRONG POINT Perfection Our Product Prevention your Safeguard OLIVER E. NORELL ($10,000) Bond'd Abitracter Mountain Home Idaho F. P. AKE, PRESIDENT R. W. SMITH, VICE PRESIDENT O. F. DENSEL, CASHIER Stock growers' State Bank .Mountain Home, Idaho CAPITAL $50,000 WE TAKE PLEASURE IN PROMOTING THE BEST INTER ESTS OF OUR CUSTOMERS o A Telephone in the house is " an indispensible article. It saves • • steps, time, and money in case of ' ' sickness, accident, or fire. " ■ — - If you haven't a telephone In the • • house, you should attend to It at once <> and have one put in. " DO YOUR ;; shopping l BY TELEPHONE ROCKY MOUNTAIN BELL TEL EPHONE CO. " " 1 " " *► L " ** ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•Ms D R U G ** £ £ -► E " -• :: Si: AM) IT O I L E T ;: *> L ARTICLES I __ Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Boise, Idaho, Notice is hereby given that;to Joseph R. Black, of Bruneau, 1 daho, who, on April 9, 1909, mad Homestead Entry, No. 05990, for SViNE%, SEfiNWIi, Section 8, Township 6 S, Range 5 E, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of in tention to make Final Coinmuta tion Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Register and Receiver, at Boise, Idaho, on the 18th day of January, 1911. Jolrn Hutchinson, Clayton C. Dick drug ;; STORE.:: KEENER Notice For Publication November 15, 1910. Claimant names as witnesses: ens, James W. Randall, Harry B. Hinckley, ail of Bruneau, Idaho, Wm. Balderston. Wm. Balderston, Register. First, Dec. 10. Last, Jan. 14 CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kipd You Have Always Bought Bears the (Signature of Notice For Publication December 9, 1910. Notice is hereby given that Allen B. Eaton, of Mountainhome Elmore County, Idaho, has this 9th day of December 1910, filed in this office his application to select, under Section 2000, Kevis ed Statutes of the United States, the following described laud, to wit: NE% of theSEli Sec. 28, T.4 S., R. 2 E., B. M. Any and all persons claiming adversely the lands described or desiring to object because of the mineral character of the land, or for any other reason, to their disposal to applicant, should file their affidavits of protest in this office on or before January 31, i9ii. Wm. Balderston, 1 Register. First, December 24. Last, January 28. Notice For Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, November 23, 1910. Notice is hereby given that Truman C. Catlin, whose post office address is Boise, Idaho, did on the 25th day of June, 1909, file in this office Sworn State ment and. Application, No. 00352, purchase the SE'A SWfi, of Sec. 1, and the EV 2 NWV4, SW14 NEf4, of Section 12, Township 1 South, Range 11 East, of the Boise Meridian, and the timber thereon, under the provisions of the act of June 3, 1878, and acts amendatory, known as the "Tiin her and Stone Law," at sueh value as might be fixed by ap praisement, and that, pursuant to such application, the land and timber thereon have been apprais ed, the timber estimated at $75. and the land $400.00; that said „„ ... , applicant will offer final proof in support of his application and j sworn statement on the 25th day of February, 1911, before W. C. | Howie, U. S. Commissioner, at Mountain Home, Idaho. . : , *., . , Any person is at liberty to protest this purchase before en try, or initiate a contest at any time before patent issues, by filing a corroborated affidavit in this office, alleging facts whio' would defeat the entry. P. F. Horne, Register. First, Dec. 10, Last, Feb. 18. i :: COUNTY NEWS, if rr KING HILL Skating is fine. Cun you beat this for January ! weather ? A large party of young people enjoyed a skating party on the j Victor Walker pond, Wednesday evening. G. B. Brown of Gooding was a business caller here, Tuesday. Jas. E. Smith spent Tuesday in Glenns Ferry, attending to business interests. Mr. Thompson, of Gooding en joyed a Sunday visit with Mer chant (Jasaday of this place. Mrs. C. A. Walsh, Mrs. H. Wake field, Mrs. Evans and Mrs. F. H. Laird were Glenns Ferry callers Tuesday afternoon. Misses Neta and Freda Brown after a pleasant holiday vacation with their home folks at Bliss, rturned Monday, prepared for some good school work. Miss Edna Skipper returned Sunday iVom Glenns Ferry, wher she has been spending her two weeks vacation. School is now in good running i order again. Remember the Christian En deavor meeting next Wednesday evening. Most of the evening will be spent in the study of Abraham. Rev. l'ottsmith will hold ser vices here both morning and eve ning. Be sure and be present. Eugene Brown was a business caller here and on the Segrega tion the first of the week. Miss Betsey Gifford commence her school in Passadena Valley, Monday morning. During her vacation the school room waa fix ed and new blackboards placed around the room. The new books came and both pupil and teachers felt more like getting down to good work. The Fortnightly Club gives a Measuring Party at the yhurch Saturday evening. The main at traction of the evening will be the wedding of Miss Long and Mr. Short. Come and have a good hearty laugh, it will do you good. Notice For Publication Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Boise, Idaho, November 28, 1910. Notice is hereby given that George Moore, of Sunnyside, Ida ho, who, on June 14, 1909, made Homestead Entry, No. 00003, for SEV*, Section 10, Township 2 S, Range 4 E, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Commutation Proof, to es tablish claim to the land above described, before the Register an Receiver, at Boise, Idaho, on the 17th day of January, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Andrew L. Chapman, of Boise, Idaho, Clarence II. White, of Sun nysicle, Idaho, Obadiah Barber, of Sunnyside, Idaho, Ery A. Wil mot, of Sunnyside, Idaho. Win. Balderston, Register. First, Dec. 10. Last, Jan. 14. Notice For Publication. Idaho Coal Withdrawal No. 1. Department, of the Interior, TJ. S. Land Office at Boise, Idaho, December 7, 1910. Notice is hereby given that Os car F. Kutzschan, of Mountain home. Idaho, who, on December 2 1907, made Homestead Entry No. 10,400, Serial No. 04673, for NVfc SEVi, Lots 1 and 2, Section 31, Township 2 S, Range 5 E, Boise Meridian, lias filed notice of in tention to make Final Commuta tion Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Register and Receiver, at Boise, Idaho, on the 15th day of February, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Edward H. Schroeder, Otto E. Schrooder, Charles L. Barnett, Minnie J. Brown, all of Mountain home, Idaho. Wm. Balderston, Register. First publication, Jan. 14. Last publication, Feb. 11. World's Healthiest Spot. There is a terrestrial paradise not far from Madr i.) where death and dls ease are unknown It is the village 0 f Cobena, where figuratively the Rword has been hcaten Into thp plough Rharfi Th, ' loral rtwmist gave up the of dn, . es , . n TnurJrZ T.Veet and now he is a purveyor of sweet* mPHt8 and confectionery Half the cemetery has been turned Into a pleasure garden — there has not been a single death for eight years—and the undertaker has fled from a spot where death refuses to give him a living. The doctor who has lived for years In the village on his capital, hoping against hope, has now decided to emigrate. »+♦♦♦♦♦ 11 »+♦♦»♦♦+♦♦♦♦»♦+♦+ ! Tke Milk *f Hunua KJmImh. r Story of A Friend in Need. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»««♦» » ♦♦«>>»>♦♦ Immediately upon learning the urgency of the case, he told Bill to go and hitch up the team and he would be ready on time. It did not take Bill long to get the things in motion, hut when he drove around to the door, the doctor was putting on hia fur overcoat. Jumping into the wag on he seised the lines and the ponies started off briskly on the Canyon road. The silence was broken but once by Bill, who out of the depth of his great heart, sighed aloud, "kid's purty bad off, doc, poor little fellow." It was mid night when they reached the shan ty ; file wind had gone down, and the moon was shining clearly, as if desirous of rendering all the assistance possible. The doctor ran in, leaving Bill to attend to the team. He found the mother anxiously awaiting his arrival. She instantly took him by the arm, saying ''I'm so glad you've come; I was afraid that the bad roads might pre vent your getting through with a team; but thank God! you are here." The doctor smiled and replied cheerily, "We'd get through somehow. Where is the sick boy 1 ' ' By this tim.e his overcoat waa off, and the anxious mother led him into the little room occupied by herself and children. Sitting down on the side of the bed, he took hold of Joe's wrist, at the same time taking out his watch, "Pulse a little off," he remarked Then placing his hand on the little curly head, muttered to him self, "Quite a high fever." Go ing into the kitchen he asked for Nomewater; this being provided, he prepared some medicine, di reeting that it should be given every hour. At this moment Bill came in stating that he lutd put the team in the barn, and that the doctor must stay all night, to this ar rangement he readily acquiesced, saying "1 must be off in good time." He arose quite early and went to the sick room; he imme diately took Joe's temperature, scrutinizing the thermometer, his face assumed a very serious ex pression, but he did not say any tiling at the time. Meantime, Mrs. Thompson had prepared breakfast, to which Bill and the doctor sat down together the mother preferring to remain with her hoy. Aft r she had gou into the room, the doctor said, "Bill,the little fellow is very low, almost beyond human help, he has not the strength to stand such an ordeal; we must prepare for tie worst." This news brought a choking sensation into Bill's throat, and a stifled groan was his only reply. "Are they related to you in any way?" queried the doctor. "No, only they needed a friend and I helped them," waa all that Bill could utter just than. Little Joe had entwined himself around the rough miner's heart, so that the thought of losing him was a sore trial. Immediately after breakfast, the doctor left, promising to oome again at night. During the day little Jot* grew much worse, with no sign of any abatement in the fever. While the distress of the wornout mother almost unnerved Bill. It was almost nine o'clock when the doctor arrived; and as soon as he looked at his pati nt, lie saw clearly that the end was near. The mother, as sh anxious ly scanned the doctor's iaee,aaw the awful truth depicted in its every lineament; then giving way to her despair in a most heart rending fashion, implored them to save her darling. Shotly after ten o'clock th* change came, and in a few short moments little Joe was on a hap pier shore. The doctor left at once, saying as he went out; "I'll send the undertaker, and also Mrs. Ryan and Katie." About an hour later a wagon drove up to the door and before anyone could open it, the good natured face of Mrs. Ryan beam ed upon them; Hill hurried out to take care of the team, and at the same moment the huxoin form of Katie Ryan entered. The two newcomers did not say very much, but with true womanly sympathy, prevailed up on the heart-broken inothcr to go into the adjoining room, while they prepared the little fellow for burial. The women remained until af The Methodi t was pres, nt and ter the funeral. Mixaionary spoke wards of comfort and lieal COLE'S HOT BLAST " 1 ► | > * ( , > a > * > ► ^ | > > > | > > > AStovethat Unto* Out Iron Un*nc • Hot Blut Draft - is Imitated 3 H«vr rix C«M Oralc Qet the Original JOHN W. CALDWELL Shows Insldo ConstructlM ► HIGH CUT AND WORK SHOE ► ; * , IF YOU WILL INVESTIGATE our stock of heavy footwear you will bo satisfied that ibeas like these could be no better. Soles half an inch thiols, yet flexible and as near waterproof as leather oas be made. Tan crown uppers which, not only means long wear, hut a soft ssmI comfortable shoe. These shoes are all Goodyear welts and ranging in price from $3.60 up. Give us a call. Wo are bore not because we are here but because we are here to sell you goods in our line. PEARSON'S SHOE STORE <• ones. As ing to the mourning the little casket was being lower ed into the grave, it was with difficulty that the grief-stricken mother waa restrained from throw ing herself after it. Ryan, putting her arms about her pound into her ears burning words of true sympathy, for she too had little ones gone before. Tender-hearted Katie wentbac to the house in order to keep Mrs Thompson company, and render such service as might be needed. The doctor beckoned Bill to come one side, and taking hold of his arm, said; "That woman has not long to stay in this world, she will go like snuffing out a candle. Her constitution is completely under mined; and this trouble will in But Mrs. on all prolrability hasten the end. It may he only a matter of a few weeks. 1 thought it best to tell; ou, so thatw ^ou might lie pre pared." The only reply was a firm grip of the hand. (concluded next week) .• Must!n Window for Cow Stable. Cow should not stand facing a win unless the window be covered ' with imrsHo By the way, the mu In window to a cow stable la betti »y lar than glues. It gives a subdued light and furnishes Ideal ventilation. dow IN A WATER PIPE 0 Mrs Rel—I'm afraid something has happened my husband; away three days 1 told him to keep away f.om that olg main. Mr. Sunflsh—I'll bet he's tight In he'a been New York, Made Him Ridiculous. Joseph Letter, In an Interview on his yacht Cbantecler, said, with a •mile: "Please quote me accurately. In an Interview, you know, the slightest In accuracy can make a man ridiculous, It la like the Frenchman, who thought he had a very fair knowledge of Eng U*h, nevertheless, said to a father: " Aha! Your son, he reasemblo you. A chip off tho old Nrmlrhaad, War'* - -e