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In the matter of the estate uf Cal- |
vin E. Hull, deceased. . Pursuant to an or 1er of said court rursuant to an oner ur saia court, made on the 14th day of June. 1909, j notice is hereby given that Saturday ^ he 3rd day of July. 1909 at 10 o'clock t m. of said day at the court room of said court at the court house in Mountain Home, county of Elmore has been appointed as the time and place for proving the will of said Cal vin E. Hull, deceased and for hearing the application of J. M. Owen fori ♦ Ht. Kîrrx nf löffle the issuance to him of letters of ad ministration when and where any per- j NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OF TIME APPOINTED for proving of will, etc. In the probate court of the county of Elmore, state of Idaho. \ son interested may appear and contest ! the same. Dated June 14th, 1909. W. H. MANI0N, 6-8 Clerk. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Notice is hereby given that at 10 a. ■m. on the |3rd day of August, 1909 at Smith Prairie, county of Elmore State of Idaho, before W. J. Wil liams proof will be submitted of the completion of works for the diversion of 3.2 cubic feet per second of the waters of Sheep Corral Creek or Dry Brook in accordance with the terms and conditions of a certain permit heretofore issued by the State Engin eer of the State of Idaho. The name of the person holding 1. said permit is Joseph Engelman. 2. fhe post office address of such person is Trinity, county of Elmore, state of Idaho. The number of such permit is 2397 and the date set for the comple tion of such work is August 3. 1909. Said water is to be used for irrigation and domestic purposes. Said works of diversion will be 3. 4. 5. fully completed on the date set for such completion, and the amount of water which said works are capable of conducting to the place of intended use, in accordance with the plans ac companying the application for such permit is 3.2 cubic feet per second. The amount of lands for which 6 . said water is available is 160 acres, particularly described as follows: SW4 NE1, W2 SEI, NEt SW4,* sec. 29. Tp. 2 N, R. 8 E. B. M. JAS. STEPHENSON, Jr., State Engineer. 6-9 ' NOTICE To Peter Cassidy, George May and Henry Teskey, and to each of. them and to their and each of their heirs, executors, administrators and assigns : You and each of you are hereby notified that the undersigned during the year 1908, expended the sum of $109 in labor and improvements upon the "Alexander," placer mining claim, located in an unorganized min ing district in Elmore county, Idaho, the amended location notice of which is recorded in Book 32 of Placer Claims at page 82 in office of Mountain Horn. 1 , Elmare county, Idaho, in order to hold said claim under the provisions of section 2324 of the revised statutes of the the recorder's United States and acts amendatory thereto concerning annual labor upon mining claims being the amount re -quired to hold said claim for the per iod ending the 31st dav of December, 1908. and if within 90 days from per sonal service of this notice or within 90 days after the publication thereof 'you fail or refuse to contribute vour proportion of such expenditure, ' be ing in the sum of $12.50 each as a co «/»«. y r «*. of each of you so failing to contnb ute will become the property of the undersigned, your co-owner, who has made the required expenditure under the terms of said'section. MOUNTAIN MEADOW PLACER MINING COMPaNY. LTD., By J. B. Tabour, Secretary 6-19 NOTICE OF SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY In the district court of the fourth judicial district if the state of Idaho, in and for Elmore county. In the matter of the Mountain Home Manufacturing Company, an insolvent corporation. Notice is hereby given that in pur suance of an order of thj district court of the fourth judicial district of the state of Idaho, in and for El more county, made on the 2nd day of v| Un % 19 °h n Manufacturing 0 Com Mountain pany, an insolvent corporation, n Co n m e p r y n< wS ZTiH «.Wie luctTn to the highest bidder, for cash, on the 17th day of July. 1909 at 10 o'clock a m . at the foundry of said Home, Elmore company in Mountain county, state of Idaho, personal propel ty owned by the said F ... , l , company consisting of the follow.ng described articles, to-wit : 1 shaft key sealer, complete. 1 wood lathe, complete. 1 metal turning lathe, complete all of the > * t 1 * . aF f raeUl turning lathe, complete. 1 metal plainer lathe, complete. 1 key sealer, complete. 1 emery stand, complete. 1 portable forge complete, blower , . .. , , . , , __ 1 stationery forge complete, blower attached. 2 anvils. Blacksmith's tools, hammers, seldges, chisels and tongs. This is i an incomplete set of blacksmith's tools tools. 2 vices. 1 set pine dies, 3 sizes, vise and pipe cutter. 3 press drills, complete. 1 press drill incomplete. 1 circular saw in iron frame. 1 machine emery stand, complete. 1 power hacx saw. complete. 1 bolt machine, complete. 1 shop grind stone, about $400, mounted. . •• 1 10 h. p. Fairbanks-Morse gasoline i All of the above listed machinery 1 equipped with necessary shafting and i belting. Also a miscellaneous lot of tools. Also about 500 feet of pattern lum attached. engine, new. 1 jack screw. 1 hand drill and bits. ber. Also about $300.00 worth of stock iron and steel including some iron ! 1 miscellaneous lot of plumber's tubing. 1 bale of waste. 1 box of okum about 601b. No. 1. ; tools and fittings. 2 chain blocks, large and small. \ 1 office stove. FOUNDRY ROOM 1 new hand lift pump. 1 McGuire steam plow' knocked , down but complete, About 100 lbs. scrap copper, 4 barrels of seacoal. 22 moulder's riddles. 1 lot of moulder's miscellaneous patterns. 10 lot moulder's steel wire brushes. 4 lot moulder's bristle brushers. 4 hand bellows. 4 shovels. 1 »hovel No. 2. 1 scoop shovel. 1 coke fork. 1 core in achine from l-2 to 2 1-2 inches, 1 core oven. 5 moulder's ladles. About 90 moulder's common flasks. 2 sets of moulder's snap flasks. 1 cupola about one ton capacity. About one ton cast iron scrap. 150 St. Louis V and F. V. cupola lining brick. About_500 lbs. boiler plate. 1 cupola blower, complete. 1 rattler machine. About 10 tons of coke. belt and pipe •a 1 tank pump. 1 32 h. p. double cylinder Reeves traction engine. 1 grubbing machine listed at $450. The buildings and land of this cor poration will be sold on the same date by the Sheriff. * Notice is hereby given that C. F. Wheeler and ten other persons, resi . I „. . dents of Road Distnc . o. Elmore County, Idaho, intend to apply to the Board of County Commissioners of Elmore county at the regular July J. A. PURT1LL, Receiver Mountain Home Manufac turing Company, an insolvent cor-' 6 9 poration. NOTICE meeting of said Board, to abandon the present Bruneau road at the point where it leaves the village o oun ta ' n Home, and the center section line between sections 15 anc 22, own ship 4 south, range 6 east, and to es tablish a new road commencing at the k • . »• hptwpen sec wes a " nK , . tions -j an o an e quarter of section 26, thence direc y south four miles to the southeast corner of section 15, township 4 south, range 6 east; thence west along sec lion line between 15 and 22 until it intersects the Bruneau road. Signed, C. F. WHEELER. Bv J. G. WATTS, Attorney for 6 Petitioners. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Idaho, County of Elmore. in the probate court of said county. In the matter of the estate of Charles Lockhart, deceased. m JL a °of June,1m notice is hereby given that Monday, the 12th day of July, 1909 at 10 of said day, at the ^ court room of said court at the court house in Mountain Home, countv of £1 has been appoint ed as the time and place for proving the will i of said Charles Lockhart deceased and for hearing the application of James Henry Lockhart and John Marshal Lockhart for the issuance to them of letters testamentary, when and where any person interested may same. , appear and contest the P ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ June, 1909. w H M ANION, Probate Judge 6 8 ^^^■Chamberlain's Cough Remey is sold on a gurantee that if you are not satisfied after using two-thirds of I a bottle according to directions, your will be refunded. It is up to Sold by R. W. Smith. I money you to try. I —- Dweller, In the Tropic. Pay Little Heed to the Shocks. ( ^*° the average resident o! the tem- , pe ^ at .* E ° ae8 an earlht l" ake ls a rare | and terri ble event> creating more con slernatlon than any other visitation of nature. In the tropics, however, par- j tIcuIarly , n Centra | America. It is j wonderful how easy the residents be- i come accustomed to these shocks. which do not come, however, wholly : without warning. \o\i are sitting on a piazza, of a hot afternoon, dialling with your friends. when s «ddeuly the sky seems to grow Jj"** 1 " 'Tfllpn 'i!!'".™. 6 buzzards quit fighting In the street, There is a general rush, and, though you may no( know what is the matter, you cannot help feeling uneasy. The old natives say. "We are go ing to have a little shake." and then the house begins to rock, the tumblers fall of the table, you feehdeadly pick at the stomach, and the thing is all over. The sky clears, the crow« begin thelr nola >' screams and the buzzards resume their quarrel over the street BECOME USED TO EARTHQUAKES Therp 8Qmethlng lnexpre88lbly terrifying, however, about the trem bllng of the earth. The slightest os cillation will awaken the population of the whole town, but unless some considerable damage to done, every-! body goes to sleep again as a matter of course DIFFER AS TO ELECTRICITY. Experts Disagree Concerning Its Ef fects on Human Beings. told the Dr. McConnell recently mothers of New York that men and women were nothing else but electri cal machines, which (or who) when out of order could be put together again like ordinary electrical appa The Idea is bright, and the groat Fournier, In his "Theory of Elec Irons," suggests something of the Dr. Milener of Buffalo rains. same kind, would, however, appear to disagree He placed under oh with the Idea, servatlon 19 of the employes In the Niagara Electric works, and drew the following conclusions from his obser valions; were brought Into close proximity with the electrical dy they experienced organic dis orders of the stomach, loss of appe tite, faulty digestion and became as pale as limekiln laborers, attributes chemical Influence of the electrical ra diations, or of radiations of a nature as yet unknown. The late Sir Henry Thomson, the of opinion that When the men uamos The doctor these phenomena to the London surgeon, was an abuse of electricity in the home led to baldness, bad eyesight, skin and rarely failed to disturb the normal circulation of the blood. wrinkled Archcry Growing More Popular. Ever since the days of Diana tht oow and quiver have been more or less popular with women. Archery affords a splendid exercise, calling into play manj different sets of muscles, I as well as training the eye and the nerves to precision and coolness. ! lhe attitudes that the «port de mauds are one and all artistic and at tractive and nroductlve of grace, these I are con8 i dera tions not to lie despised, j n London just now archery Is growing i n popularity, and tournaments hre Be held at the exclusive clubs for this sport alone._ Hal Ha! Laughed Pat. English John, and Pat. were two friendly workmen who were constant 8 » u ä. '"V" „ ,r s '. o . rr i urement?" asked John. 4 *I am that,'* said Pat quickly. "Then could you tell me jj OW many e ] 1 i r ts I could get out a yar( jo- John, "Sure," said p at> ..j t de p en( j s Q n whose yard you ge t Into." j _______ ManZan Pile Remedy M an Zan is Prepared Especially for the Treatment of p ileg j n a H 0 f t hc Various Forms of This Distressing and Painful Affliction. This preparation is antiseptic, astringent and healing, jelly-like preparation put up in a tube with perforated nozzle attached, thus enabling sufferers of Pile diseases in any form to ManZan draws out a PPh' ManZan to the affected parts readily. inflammation and heals the affected parts. and child who is afflicted with piles in any form should use ManZan and avoid a painful, serious operation, It is a Every man, woman CURES PILES We guarantee ManZan to give satisfactory results or refund your money. Why? Because we believe it to be the best pile cure on the market today. It will be a pleasure to us to mail free to anyone suffering from Piles or any rectal diseases a sample of the marvelous ManZan Pile Eure. 19on t wait. Uelays are danger ous. Send us your name and address to-day and we will gladly send you a free trial package of this wonderful preparation, admitted by thousands to be one of tHe best remedies of its kind for the relief and cure of Piles in any form ever known. Purchase a 50 cent tube of ManZan from your druggist 'or dealer and if the preparation does not do all we claim your money will be refunded. Take no sub stitute, but insist on ManZan. PREPARED BY JOHN W. KENNEDY & CO. Chicago, U. S. A. A Mounted Nurse Corps. The American navy has been given , t8 female nnrse corps by act of the re cent conRr<Hm but w Grea , HrItaln goes us one better by proposing for its army a mounted nurse corps. Ac j t 0 the Inter-Ocean now In existence a company of young women which has been trained bv a thp test Thp l8 „ naton i )rlI| Brigade Qlrls ' Yeomanrv the- are railed g and ed by a spur and crossed whips. One had (he crossed flags of a signaler. 1 The uniforms consist of a red tunic Mouse, with a blue skirt with white braid,ng round ,he boltom: wblte gauntlets, black leggings, and a yellow They say that these cakes are the j most popular dish served in their New ! Ywk cerea , re8taurant . Children es- I slu>uld delight in Quaker Oat. I griddle cakes; the kind that you can't j cat coo much oL there Is now are ftve-and-t wenty strong and efficient riders. The girls wear the or- ; dinary military nnk badges surmount sash. A red and blue field service cap Is worn with a chin-strap, whips are carried. Riding The Quaker Oats Company is ad venising Quaker Oats griddle cakes. 1 _ _,. . T . . _ ia r f, g0n °I,. tnv,r > Omaha, Kansas C ity. Chicago, i Louis and other points, June 4, 5, 11, | See agents for later rates and further particu- j EXCURSIONS EAST St. ! 112. 16 and 26. 1 dates 3-7 lars. A-Y-P EXPOSITION RATES Via Oregon Short LineR.R., $92. lo from Mountain Home to Seattle and ; On sale daily commencing Ask agents for further par 3-12 ticulars. return. June 1. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Notice of Proof of application of Water to Beneficial Use. Notice is hereby given that on the j 8th day of July 1909, at Boise, county j of Ada, state of Idaho, proof will be 'submitted of the application to bén éficiai use of 7.2 cubic feet per second ! of the waters of Smith Creek in ac ; cordance with the terms and condi | tions of Permit No. 1402 heretofore . issued by the State Egnineer of the st a t,. 0 f Idaho, ! . has been applied i domestic use. 1. The names and postoffice ad dress of the persons holding said per- i mit are Hugh C. and Lou. T. Bates, S Trinity. Idaho. - 2. The use to which said water is irrigation andifj ] 3. The amount applied to benefic j a l use is 7.2 cubic feet per second. 4. The place where said water is used is SEquarter, SEquarter, Sec. 23, SW quarter SW quarter. Sec. 23, 26 NW quarter NW quarter, Sec. and NE quarter NE quarter, Sec. 27, I SW quarter and SW quarter, f4W qr. Sec. 35,Tp. 2 N„ R. 7 E.. B.M. 5. The name of the canal or ditch other works by which said water is conducted to such place of use is Smith Creek Canal. 6. The right to take the water from such works is baaed upon Per mit No. 1402. 7. The source of supply from which such water is diverted is Smith or creek. 8. The date of the priority which said user is prepared to establish is July 8, 1905. JAS. STEPHENSON. Jr.. State Engineer. 4 7 Office hours i. to 5:30 p.m. BOTH PHONES q; jo a. Charles R. Hudgel, M. D. Oculist Third Floor Idaho Trust Bldg. Boise,Idaho Mim mm F. P. Ake. President D. E. Densel, Cashier R. W. Smith, Vice President CITIZENS STATE BANK,Ltd. Mountain Home, Idaho Capital $1 o,ooo Surplus $1 o,ooo Conservatism . Promptness . Courtesy Exchange drawn on the principal cities of the world. Your account solicited If LET ME DO YOUR TAILORING > Guaranteed fit in all the latest up-to-date fabrics. Large and complete line of samples to select from. Better equipped to do repairing and cleaning than ever. ► ► Let me clean and press your suit. Promptness and Satisfaction ■ J. F. BERTRAM - ► ► - ■ . Consulting Horticulturist for Southern Idaho A ■> . Will Direct Your «Orchard In Examine Soils, Or chard Locations andJSites. Can give you valuable^advice before buying trees LITTOOY Mountain Home, terests. Idaho J. F. nj* jsî (j) •Ai •È 0] We are now handling the n U DEBAKER ypX line of Wagons, Buggies and Spring Wagons of which jSj ]ÇQ we will Lave a good assortment and can compete with ^ prices anywhere they are sold. O Should you want anything i i the line y oA (3 \Tl] .■jJ a I Call See and Us 'i r We always have a full and complete line of HARNESS AND SADDLERY GOODS IVl ESEROLE BROS. i v. •>j •h teg m w mmwmwmmmmwwmwT ms MIDSUMMER DRESS GOODS Staples andjUp-to-date j Novelties r A These goods are now on sale at Montgomery, Blunk & Co.'s TiUUUUiUiUUU Ui UUUUiUiiU uuuuu?