Newspaper Page Text
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Imerlor. United States Land Office,1 Black foot Idaho, April 8, 1904.» Notice is herebv given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and ; that said proof will be made before De Meade ' Austin. U S. Commi>sioner at his office, Mont- 1 pelier Idaho, on May 23. 1904, viz ALBERT HERMAN DAMASCH For the NW* Sec. 11, Tp. 13* S. R. 44 E. B. M He names the following witnesses to prove' nts continuous residence upon and cultivation ! of said land viz: | i Josephe. Astle, Sr., Charles R. Pierce, Ole 1 Swensen. Charles Hogensen, all of Montpelier, Idaho. Lorenzo r, Thomas, Register. pd. NOTICE FOR PUBLICA TION. Department of the Interior. Land Office at Blackfoot. Idaho, Mar. 21, 1904. Notice is hereby given that the following! named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before DeMeade Austin. U. S. Oommissioner, at his office Mont pelier, Idaho, on April 30 , 1904 , viz: John knijtti for the SW« NE« andSE* NW« and NE* SW* and lot 2 of Section 31 Tp 13 S R 46 E B M He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of ^Arnold* Zumbrum, Jacob J Hirschi, John Eschlerand John Wuthrich all of Alton. Idaho, LORENZO R. THOMAS, Register, Pd NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Landofflce at B ackfoot, Idaho, Mar. 14, 1904. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before James E. Hart, Clerk Dlst. Court, at Paris, Idaho, on April 23,1904, viz: JOHN T. RIGBY, for the lot 1 Sec 19 Tp 12 S R 44 E and EV4 NE*< Sec. 24 Tp. 12 S. R. 43 E. B. M. He names the^following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Amasa M. Rich, of Paris, Idaho, John Kunz of Bern. Idaho. Christian Kunz of Bern, Idaho, and Rudolph Bienz of Bern, Idaho. LORENZO R. THOMAS, Register. pd. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Landofflce at Blackfoot, Idaho, Mar 12, 1904 Notice Is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Jas. E. Hart Clerk of the District Court, at Paris, Idaho, on \prii 23, 1904 , viz. for the Southeast quarter of the Southwest quarteEjOf Sec. 7 in Tp 13 S. R. 44 E. B. M. H£ names the following witnesses to prove hiscontinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: DAVID A. THORNOCK, M Yrch 9 d 1904 tes Land ° fflce ' Blackfoot ' Idaho ' Notice is hereby given that Henry Teuscher, Sr,, of Geneva, Idaho, has tiled notice of lnten tion to make proof on his desert land claim No. 2264. for the North West H Sec. 27, Tp. 12 S. R. 46 E before DeMeade Austin, U. S. Commission-1 er, at his office at Montpelier, Idaho, on Monday the 25th day of April 1904 . He names the following witnesses to prove the complete Irrigation and reclamation of said land: Christian Hirschi, Ephraim Herzog, Samuel Widmer and Gottlieb Tueller all of Geneva. Ida. lorenzo R. thomas,^ John B. Thornock. George T. Thornock, Ed ward J. Haddock and William A. Painter, all of Bloomington, Idaho. LORENZO R. THOMAS, Register. pd. DESERT LAND—FINAL PROOF. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, Pd. Alias Summons. In <he Justice Court of Montpelier Precinct, Countv of Bear Lake, State of Idaho. Sam'L. Lewis, plaintiff, vs W. J. Carman, de fendant. • T T', s w 1 ' 0 c",*»?.""i«nÄ 1 " g: K Zî 2X°„' Äi,'ÄisrÄ b? w P wlîtir"'SSjn'ï: ÂÏÂ s; pää "/£ n Äi this suit, if you fail to appear and answer. To the Sheriff or any Constable of said county, greeting: , . Make legal service and due return hereof. Given uuder ray hand this 4th day of March, 1904. JOHN A- KLLLY, Justice of the Peace* JESSE R. 8. BUDGE, Attorney for Plaintiff. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho, April 19,1904. Notice is hereby Riven that the following named settler has Hied noticeot his intention to make final proof in support of bis claim, and * bat proof will be made before DeMeade Austin, U. S. Commissioner, at his office, Mont 1 Palier, Idaho, on June 6, 1904, viz: He names the following witnesses to prove ! his continuous residence upon and cultivation | of said land, viz: William R. Morgan of Liberty. Idaho, Hvrum Poulsen of Liberty, Idaho, Jesse McMurrav. of Liberty, Idaho, and Samuel E. Hymas of Sharon Idaho. LORENZO R, THOMAS, JOHN MCMURRAY. for the W^ NWV^ and NJ4 SWJi Sec. 34, Tp, 12 SR43EBM. K i 1 Register, Why They Need a Union. The street car men of Salt Lake have formpd a union for the nroton l e loiuieu a union loi me piotec r ; mi »Uir mninol r, • 11011 ot then rautual interests. It IS j t.hp oM cans tbpro of tU l„u- ir ,„ uie ° ia ' a8 e tnere ot Me laboring man against a powerful corporation, „ . an H the man goes to the wall. It 18 to H q V that ihanoinngn. . KT ; 11 UBeie88 ™ 8a Y ™at tne company Will what is right by its employees without compulsion, lor that isn't . . F u the spirit of corporations. That there has been dissatisfaction among the employees is evidenced by forty six discharges during the past month, and that also affords a sam pie of the respect and attention tfyeir grieyances command, wholesale discharges indicate fre quent changes, new men, therefore unsatislactory and unsafe service. In Salt Lake it is claimed the street employees are among the most poor ly paid in the country, and in some J cases they are compelled to be away I from home from fourteen to sixteen Such j j hours, switched out and lying at j terminals or sidetracks during all j j but nine hours of the time, which is ! .. , . all they get paid for. Should the . , . . . men be blamed for Uniting to secure a fair day's work for a fair day's ' nav?_Locran Journal ; 1 ^ & ouunidi. After Road Taxes. Road overseer Barrett is having notices sent out to those liable for ' road tax, and shortly work will j start on the city's highways. Mr. j the be8t gravel or shell rock to he found in the hills and this will be , used Oil the Street this Vear I • * I It is probable that the side streets 1 r , I will receive more attention than ' , j usual this season, and the road I geer expects to do a vast amount of ^ aim,uni work with the taxes available for i road work. ! over 'The Wtoes. The Opera house Was Well tilled r ,ast Snturday n 'g ht 'o witness the ploy "The Wiggses,"a dramatiea-j" I tio " arra,, g ed by Mrs M. J. Whit ***" p«**- The play w«|* i f " nny fro,n8tartto ,ini8h - notwith -1 8tand,n B 119 K rcat len z th Mrs. .« to be congratulated o. j her flr81 effort - The proceeds go to : the Readi "g clob ° f th ' 8 «ty- j j "The Wiggses." with a little | * " Utile,* pruning to shorten the time it takes a great ' to present it, Would make j . Hit ânvwhcre ^ ^4 © • © 9 Our Spring and Summer Ö V © o STOCK o © © Ö O © • Is now in and ready for the inspection of our patrons. Our new lines of Groceries, Dry Goods, Ladies and Gents Furnishings, Jewelry, Etc & «> © Ö © © © i© " © j J • ^ * • • # * • ^ * * • • 9 We handle all sorts of Farm Pro duce and make a specialty of hand ling car lots of Oats,Hay, Potatoes • • * • ® * q © * We buy our groceries in car load lots and can therefore quote you the lowest possible prices. ; QUALITY OF GOODS ALWAYS THE BEST • » • __ * • I J LJ L, ' |V| ^^1 j^ï Q »■ \ / I • I 1 I I M I l OV \f • ® ^ © Montpelier, Idaho. J ' • j * j**************** ****** ******** * ^ ï BANK OF MONTPELIER.* * - * , ^ I * I If 1 if , * ' * : Established in 1891. If V PAID UP CAPITAL, $20,000. Transacts a General Banking Business* * - OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS; * ! if If "I* 3. TO. Stoner, Dtce-|>res. * (3. (T. Œrap, dasbier * C. E. TObeelanO, pres. m it at at (5. Sponflbere, C TOebster. it at * Montpelier, » ********* ******* v "Tp * . O. s ^ ^ " I I PIS I R V GS OOH ! * J* 2 L Are better prepored to do » « ST 0 VF RFPAIRING TIN U/OPY * * a „.il " 11PI W UKIL * j ; PLUMBING, Then Ever. Èt " ,V4 * * * Idaho. * »* * * 39 TINSLEY & SON, 39 * „ Montpelier, Idaho. I - *********** ****** «at**************