Newspaper Page Text
News of Idaho Towns
nun nun HONEY for nez ferce bonds .|U) the Outstanding Warrants to Be Called in. Xezperce, Idaho, April 24.—Money t*ar the $5,000 worth of bonds recently wsu^d by the town has arrived from jftie east and all outstanding warrants have been called in. This money will Ae sufficient to pay all the outstand ing Indebtedness against the town, in cluding all warrants, and will leave feel ween $500 and $1.«P0 in the treas ury, The city will pay 6 per cent In terest on the bond money. The well drillers are down 185 feet on the new well for Z. A. Johnson, ■who supplies the town with water. They are prepared to give a flow of 20 gallons to the minute and already have a flow of 10 gallons to the min ute. They are prepared to go to a ■ Oepth of 800 feet. Mr. Johnson has a te-ase on the town well, which supplies •anly 10 gallons per minute so that the »iew well as It stands today will dou che the water supply for the town. In ease the contractors fail to get the required 20 gallon flow Mr. Johnson will have another well drilled and these two with the town well will assure am ple water for all uses. C. B. Wortman plans the erection of -a 36 room hotel on the site of the pres «nt Nez Perce hotel, which is owned ' by Slim. The present hotel building will'l»e -moved away when Mr. Wort man rinds suitable .place to put it and work on 'the new structure will - then be started immediately. 'On the first Monday in May the new' trustees will take the management of Vown affairs. The ■ principal change -'■that will come with the new admin istration will be the changing of the sown depository. The Faf-mers* State *oank, which has for the past year had •qontroj of the town funds, lost at the tost 'election and the money .will be .Tramsfered to the First National bank. "The new board of trustees will be ' composed of C. B. Wortman, Norton Miller,' E.: L. Parker, C. F. Thomas and \I. hScftae. Of these Miller and Par ker are holdovers. The three retiring «trustees are W. C. Foresman, who has f'i'een a trustee for three years; Henry Auden»n and L. N. Swift, chairman •■af .the board. E. L. Parker will prob Lfsbly be the new' chairman. 4C. M. Steans will succeed P. .W. Mitchell as attorney and Dr. J. H. f^Lewis will succeed L. E. Saliaday as tewn treasurer. J. A. Eaton will un doubtedly be re-elected town marshal. M- A. Whetstone is slated to succeed J**- W. Mitchell as clerk. The offices ^ ■attorney and clerk have been com - ,Wned but will be again divided. WESTLAKE PROSPEROUS Maw School, Now Church and Fine L Crop Prospects. OrangeYtw." April Î4.-J. A Crom of 'Westlake. !l Orangeville visitor to*tt«aturday. us tV-r». bod> ; kno " 8 who ••attended •Wv- rallrbMd (tier* "*• He re ' , •Wirw that crop cofiAltitJil.4 5rout'd I 'Westlake are exceptionally gcMd. the weather having beefl just rtiade to P r ~ »der tor the spring grain that is sowff ■•thereto fhe practical exclusion of fall ecchin. Westlake is prosperous, buil x*«*s being good In all lines. .The edhool district baa bonded for SM00, ■eecut ng money from the state for fhe vereetam of a new four room school fmatjH that is to be built us soon as •hey u% n get the dry lumber. A fine "Congregational church building has toeert ibuUt and dedicated, the only one «f ahnt denomination In the county. ■Sly. Oro* says that the coming of the '**3l|g,iid is the only thing necessary to •lete their happiness—that they hap j the «climate and the soil and «T» rything dise te make a real Garden Eden. r / DENVER IN LINE L. tear ^tribute Liberally to .tha .Electric Lina Project. crop ed last is Denver. April 22.-Denver is thor oughly aroused over the electric line ivroJecJt and the furniers and stockmen • at This vicinity together with the bus yness men of this little city are sup porting the project In every way pos sible. At a meeting held here Friday afternoon last there was a large crowd - snt to further the in result was that $12.000 was subscribed 4h the meeting and about $3.000 has >t*een added since. The needs of rail transportation to this section Is real ized by the people here and no effort -vVil be spared to assist in every way. . Water Right Application«. Boise. April 24.—The following water rrtght applications have been filed with *. U»e state engineer: M. J. Sweeney, of Hump, for 10 sec ,mW fwl Of water» of Bacon and Hump , «-reeks for power purposes. . JtÏeet^l^oT^T^for 1 ts. of -wnbdeet Of water, of Frogtewn creek. •at. power Purpooe*. I to of of In the Pieree District. Pierce. April 20.—Mrs. S. S. John son and son are now at the Chicago Pierce mine, where they will remain for the summer. Mr. Johnson is man ager of this property and has a large force of men at work performing de velopment. Jake Oisel and W. J. Todd have re turned from a few days visit in Lew iston. J. H. Meixel and R. H. Meixel who live In this vicinity, are visiting at Lewiston this week. Wm. Urschell was in Lewiston this week filing on his homestead which has Just been (Jpened to entry. JUMBO MINNE WORKS 40 MEN Manager Brown Expected Back From England Next Week. Louis Dahl, of Lewiston, Idaho, re ports that the Jumbo mine at BulTalo Hump is working full shift, says the Spokesman-Review. "The^ last news I had from the Hump," said Mr. Dahl, "was that the Jumbo was working 40 men, all 24 stamps being run night and day. Fur ther developments have been resumed on tunnel No. 4, the lowest level in the mine. The ore body is showing up in fine shape and we look forward to n record-breaking run. Frank Brown, manager of the mine, who went east a few weeks ago In response to a telegram from the rep resentative of an English Syndicate that is trying to buy the mine, Will re turn to Spokane some time next week. Until then nothing will be given out as to the proposed sale. HYDRAULIC MINING VENTURE Spokane and Uniontown Men Bond Properties at Florence, Idaho. Orangeville, Idaho. April 24.— J. W. Beckett and Fred Clark, of Spokane, and S. Hilliard, of Uniontown, Wash., have Just returned from Florence, where they bonded one of the olR placer properties of William Darah, and expect to organize a stock com pany to do extensive hydraulic mining dtiring the summer. "The property, we baye bonded Is a part of the old diggings of the early 60's", said Mr. BeckeCL "We have $20 acres and valuable water rights on Mieadow and Slate creeks, wh.'ch cost the old company $100,000. They Include a 16 mile ditch, .with a tunnel that alone cose $30.000. The big creek 1 bot tom has been well' jvqrked ont, but we have lots of ground in the smaller creeks that have never been touched and it is^these that we expect to werk." Council BreVtthss. ' Council. Idaho. April 24.—The Couit* cil-Meadows stage has changed tims and is now running on' fit* summer schedule, leaving Council at noon Änd arriving next morning before the de parture of the train. Dan MHcRHe. owner of the'Meadows townsite, arrived here yesterday on hie way home from a four months* trip to Nevada. An assembly of the Artisans was or ganised here with 14 charter mem bers. Council lodge of Odd Felows will' Join with Cambridge and Midvale at Cambridge In a celebration of the **th anniversary of the founding of the order on the 26th of AprlL The P. A I. N. ft- ft- company has granted a special rate for the occasion. D. Cl Nevin. president of the Iren Springe company, has returned frmn jiu extended visit east. On account of aa accident to the ma chinery the mill at Black lake has been closed down. It wfB take some weeks to repair the mishap. The new town board met and organ ized. electing P. W. Johnson chalrmaa. L. L. Rurtenshaw. dark and R. D. Hinkley. marshal. GOOD OUTLOOK. FOR CROP» Acreage About Rawsrenrille I Weather Is F a vorab l e. Rawsonville. Idaho. April II. The crop outlook in this meet ion is consider ed very promising at this time, and the acreage will be as large or larger than last season. The increase in acreage is due to new land being broken and recent rains have supplied the ground 1 ^ h * ld °" Jêz'ïsz ri J ' ^ ^ ßyer> lhl> term I with a sufficient amount of moisture to insure a heavy growth. On account of the early plowing and seeding all of the moisture that has fallen has been held in the ground. Grain hovers report that the outlook for good prices this season is favorable. Many of the pupils of the public schools are required to assist their parents on the farms, and as n conse quence those remaining are nearly all In the lower grades. Miss Rosa Brannon will graduate from the Troy high school this term. NEW TELEPHONE COMPANY Will Connect Meadows With Warrens Other News. Meadows. April 20.—The Meadows Warren-Roosevelt Telephone company was organized here Tuesday, and ar ticles of incorporation will be filed with the secretary of state at once. The capital stock of the company is $20, 000 and following are the officers and directors for the ensuing year. Thomas B. Snyder, president; Frank M. Hubs bard, vice president; William E. Webb, secretary; A. R. Kingbaum, treasurer;, directors, R. A. Hendricks, Earl Rus sell. A. R. Krigbaum. F. M. Hubbard and T. B. Snyder. The line will be of great bfeneflt to the upper country points on the line, which will be about 120 miles long and will be built as soon as possible. — — — To R. A. Hendricks Is due the credit of getting the project started and the company organized. Meadows seems to be the mecca of the mining men at this time, among those here being John P. Wegant, of Toledo. Ohio, secretary of the Weyant Mining company, on Rapid river, and Charles Nazro, superintendent of the same company, who are here looking over some properties In this vicinity: ^ >e * er Bermler, of Wallace. Idaho, and some half a dozen others from all parts of the country. Frank Thornburg and Louis Ensign of Montpelier. Indiana and Chicago re spectively, arrived in town Monday evening and will spend fhe summer in Meadows and in the surrounding hills. The summer schedule of the Mea dows-Councll stage line went into ef fect last Saturday and passengers on the P. & I. N. can come through to this point from Weiser the same day. Dan McRae, who has been on a trip to Goldfields. Nevada. California and other points, extending over several months, arrived home Monday night. IDAHO COUNTY FAIR TALK Mass Masting Called at Grsngevill* May 6. Griuigevllle, Idaho. April 24.— B. C. Wiltse, chairmait of the committee ap pointed some time ago to take up the proposition of holding a county fair next fall, has called a mass meettng for Saturday, May 6. when the mat ter will be put before tlie citizens tor consideration. Mr. WUtse- will propose the purchase of a tract of ground near the town and the erection of build ings that will be permanent R. H. Hilliard, of Uniontown. Wash., who (tame out from Florent?« a few days ago, brought with him an old.' violin .which he purchased of William Dsirrah. The violin was taken in»' Florence in the early 60's when the flrst strike was made in the camp and! has been there ever since. Mr. Hil liard wifi keep It as a relic. The county commissioners have em ployed Major Frank Burke, of Lew iston. to expert all of the county Kooks. Tt»" work Is now going on. Notice! Open for Settlement 20,000 Actes of btra Choice -will 'be open to entry April 25. T906. » part, the- ynly large- body of -choice laud left In the arid states«. *■ hrfect Cfiaate Water in Abundance °" ri all has all term. in the American Falls Canal. Tou can maks final pro if without living on the lrr.d. Buy your tickets to American Falls, Idaho, on main line of the Oregon Short Line railway. Snake River VaUey Improvement Co. , American Palls, Idaho News of Gifford. Gifford, April 24.—The Tribble ho tel has changed hands. A. J. Simpson, of Asotin, purchased it for $1,200. Gilbert Hein has sold his 160 acre farm on Cottonwood creek to C. E. Aldrich, of Whiteblrd. for $850. Miss C. L. Orchard, of Spokane, is visiting relatives here. A. Boyer is preparing to erect a fine farmhouse on his place west of town. Genoss« Locals. Genesee. Idaho. April 24.—David Spurbebck has returned to Genesee after an absence of several weeks In California and Mexico. Mrs. George F. Ingraham and chil dren of Spokane are guests of Genesee relatives. Albert Calhoun and daughter, of Mantorvlile. Minn, are visiting the Fal lett families at this place. W. E. English and John Kiapp have returned from Twin Falls, where they filed on land. Elmore Irrigation Enterprise. Indications seem bright for a speedy renawal of active operations looking to the early completion of the Little Camas-Long Tom enterprise, and the probabilities are that the season of 1906 will prove to be an epoch to date from. It is the opinion in well Informed circles that work will soon begin on the link connecting Little Camas with the Long Tom reservoir, and that the water of the river will soon be rushing into the mammoth reservoir prepared for its reception.—Mountainhome Re publican. Rawsonville Locals. R'awsonvllie. Idaho. April 24.— The marriage of Ulysses Showalter to Miss Kessie Rogers is announced for May 14. Mr. Showalter has resided here 12 years. The bride has been a resident of this seetion six months. Denver Byers, who had his hand badly mashed by a sledge, is no better, and it is feared that the manrf may have to be amputated. Bishop McCarter. who passed the civil service* examination for railway mail clerk at Moscow last November, Is awaiting his commission from fhe department. He expects to be placed on the new night traiiv on the Spokane^ Lewiston r.ua. KAMIAH TOWNSITE TO BE SOLO Local Syndicate Seekirttf. Purchase thw Property. KamYah. Idaho;. April' 24.—The Ka miah tswnsite is' to be sold by the government May S and the Itattrre of the town hangs on the resuft of the sale. Easiness men and oitiswn* are not laying any plans for the summer, and all Improvements are at a stand still for ttSre time being. If the tirwnsite company, organized locally, succeeds in .beddipg In the cov eted ground the entire town will be moved about half « wewfl, to where the people can own their ground. If private persons slrould outbid' the local company, the business mew de clare they wiTt get ww leases from the Indians and hold the town where It Is. Several persons who bad con templated bidding for the tovrrtsfte have changed their minds oa* learning of the determination of'the lbeal syn dicate. ♦•♦•♦•♦•♦•♦»«•♦«♦»♦•♦•■»•♦J I Burns Brothers \ * PHOTOGRAPHERS * • • • Opposite Brewery. » ^ We would be pleased to have • • you call. Galleries at Lewiston, J • Pullman, Colfax and Pendleton. * • • -•»•-•-•»e-t-t-e-e i Jellum & Jones j * 9$ 4th Street Lewiston, Idaho*, e • Properties examined and re- £ • ported on. Working tests mads 4* 0 on ores. Assays for gold, silver, y ♦ lead or copper, $1; gold and sW- • y ver, or stiver and lead in one » • sample, $1. Gold Purchased. £ a MINING ENGINEERING ANP ¥ ♦ ASSAYING. Z i Star Dray Co. j a 4 4 GENERAL GRAYING WORK • 4 • Light and heavy hauling to any ♦ part of Lewiston or Clarkston. ♦ All deliveries made promptly and £ carefully. Residence phone 886. £ Office phone 1411. • 4 *«■»«■»« -«-»• •■»e»e«e*e«e*e*e*y*e*e • Farms For Sale • * We have one of the best lists of * ♦ farms in Idaho, all well improv- • * ed. We can suit, no matter what J • you want In the sliape of farm ♦ • lands or hornes'd retinquisrtaw'ts. y ♦ Writ»- or call and tet us know ^ y what you want. Address: • ♦ J. L. FENTON Jc CO. • * 262 Meier at, Lawistaw, I d Mu , • ».»♦e-e-«-»-«.».» •«-».» -«♦ -s.#.«.».». » «»»e.e-e-e »»«« f Lewiston Dray | \ Company 1 a * £ Office- phone 1111, Bhrn phone y £ 2011 y 4» • • Light and Heavy hauling Co all ♦ ? parts of Lewiston and Clarkston.' £ It you want to eat in an up-Ro-date CAIT try the BOLLINGER : WILL BUY SUBJECT TO • * PREVIOUS PURCHASE. Z 5000 Snowstorm (Coeur d"A- • lenes) 23 cents. • 5000 Tamarack and Cbesa- • peake (Coeur cTAlenes 7 l-2c. • 10000 Tarbow (Coeur CAtene») J 2 I-2c. • 5000 Cracker Jack. 2 l-4d. J Write us if you have any • stocks you wMi to sell. « HAVE FOR SALE • 5000 CrackerJnce. 2 3-4c. » 5000 Atlas 4 l-2c. J 5000 Del Ri» 1c. « 1000 Wise Boy 4e J lOOOOB roo Ow a ter, 1c. • Spokane Brokerage ; Company : Walter J. Nicholls, Manage« J 1-2 Wolverton -Block ! Spokane, Washington PACKAGE TEAS Don't Chunk Sanborns No oth always the They are and Fragrant same. by die sealed Kept delicate. package. THE BUSSELL GROCERY Selb this TEA and carries as large and complete a stock of fancy and high grade gro ceries asany store in the state ÇAVILEEK a nd Pain tin* 139 Eighth Stn* Just below Phillipi, tCh-T Honest work for honre NAYLOR & _ Contractors SEWER .nd WATER SYSTEM. PLUMBING, ^ HEATING and VENTILATING. HE Fifth Sfesat, •"T* 1 *.....mi........! CHARLE S 6, KRESS JEWELER AND WATCH HAKE* EN" rin S » Specialty Messen BlodtäB» ...... .................. HE OWL BAR 296* Main Street Wirsem, Liquors and Cigar* Open Day and Night R. L. LATIMER) Pro*. Sola agent; Aer Pacific Brewini and Mfeltingi Co. Battle art Draught 1 Beer, ............ »I M I N The H. Sc K. Cigar tOc ancB 2 for 25c. Chief Joseph Cigar 5c at all Deale» EARNER * BARTLETT) Mfr*. Lewieton, Idaho«. White Feint Stable CROZIER A R'JDCSLL, Proprietor,. First-Claw- Rig* SacMie Horses Careful Oriusr* Telephone 371 Ns> 441 Maifi Street* Ca life answered Daysr MlghL If You Need Printing Try us; ! Get the Best; NEW YORK CLIPPER I« THE breat«» t _ . THEATRICAL I SHOW in THi wom-o SMOftrYnr. SI.*** 11 ISSUED WEEKLT. SAMPLE frank "SSL.