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Some Aspects of the
Farmers' Problems
By BERNARD M. BARUCH
(Reprinted from Atlantic Monthly)
The whole rural world is In n fer
nient of unrest, and there is an un
paralleled volume and inti>nsity of de
termlned, if not angry, protest, and un
, , .• I , .
ominous swarming of occupational con
ferences, interest groupings, political
movements and propaganda. Such a
turmoil cannot but arrest our atten
tton. Indeed, it demands our careful
study and examination. It Is not like
ly that six million aloof and ruggedly
independent men have come together
and banded themselves into active
. . . . * !
unions, societies, farm bureaus, and so
. . ' '
forth, for no sutllcient cause.
Investigation of the subject conclu
slvely proves that, while there is much
overstatement of grievances and mis
conception of remedies, the farmers
are right In compialning of wrongs
long endured, and right In holding that
It Is feasible to relieve their ills with
benefit to the res, of the community.
This being the case of bd Industry
that contributes, in the raw material
1 form alone, about one-third of the na
tional annual wealth production and
is the means of livelihood of ubout 49
I
per cent of the population, it is ob
vious that the subject is one of grave
concern. Not only do the farmers
inuke up one-half of the nation, but
the well-being of the other half de
pends upon them.
So long as we have nations, a wise
polltdal economy will aim at a lurge
degree of nutional self-sufficiency and
self-containment. Rome fell when the
food supply was too far removed from
the belly. Like her, we shall destroy
our own agriculture and extend our
sources of food distantly and precari
ously, if we do not see to lt that our
farmers are well and fairly paid for
their services. The farm gives the
nation men as well as food. Cities
derive their vitality and are forever
renewed from the country, hut an Im
poverished countryside exports Intelli
gence and retains unlntelllgeuce.
Only the lower grades of mentality
and character will remain on, or seek,
the farm, unless agriculture is capable
of being pursued with contentment and
adequate compensation. Hence, to
bitter and Impoverish the farmer is to
dry up and contaminate the vital
sources of the nation.
The war showed convincingly how
dependent the nation Is on the full
productivity of the farms. Despite
herculean efforts, agricultural produc
tion kepi only a few weeks or months
ahead of consumption, and that only
by increasing the acreage of certain
staple crops at the cost of reducing
that of others. We ought not to for
get that lesson when we ponder on
the farmer's problems. They are truly
common problems, and there should
be no attempt to deal with them as
if they were purely selfish demands
of a clear-cut group, antagonistic
the rest of the community,
should we consider agriculture in the
. light of broad national policy, just
as we consider oil, coal,
t»iii
to
Rather
steel, dye
stuffs, and so forth, as sinews of na
tional strength,
tlon and a higher standard of living
demand increasing food supplies, nnd
more wool, cotton, hides, and the rest
With the disappearance of free
cheap fertile land, additional
and increased yields can come only
from costly effort. This we need not
expect from an Impoverished
happy rural population.
It will not do to take a narrow view
of the rural discontent, or t
Our growing popula

;
or
acreage
or ii n
appraise
It from the standpoint of yesterday.
This Is peculiarly an age of flux and
change nnd new deals,
thing always has been
means that It Is righteous, or Hlways
shall be so. More, perhaps, than ever
before, there is a widespread feeling
that all human relations can be im
proved by taking thought, and that It
la not becoming for the reasoning an!
mal to leave his destiny largely to
chance and natural incidence.
Prudent and orderly adjustment of
production and distribution In accord
ance with consumption Is recognized
as wise management in every business
but that of farming,
to say, there is no other Industry
which lt Is so Important to the pub
lic—to the city-dweller—that
tlon should be
Beenuse a
so no longer
produc
creasing, and !
be m proportion to the need. The un- !
organized farmers naturally act blind as
)y und impulsive! v and. in rnnvo.
quence, surfeit and dearth, accompn- ! fo
nied by disconcerting prlce-variathl. j
harass the consumer. One year pota- ! of
Yet, I venture
In
toes rot in the fields because of
production, and there is a scarcity of
the things that have been displaced
to make way for the expansion of the
potato acreage ; next year the punish
ed farmers mass their fields
excess
. ,n s,,llle I
other crop, and potatoes eqtor the sell
class of luxuries: and so on. j a
Agriculture ts the greatest and fun
damentally the most Important of our > in
American industries The <-lti«*s '
but the branches of the tree
iHonal life, the roots of which
ily Into the land. We
.decline with the farmer. So,
of the cities rend of the

go'deen
i and
r the Pr0 " ent ,ml - ,ro1
slump of six billion dollars'in'the farm j
an
lien we
l versai distress
of their inability to meet mortgages nr
fer- | to pay current bills, and how, seeking
un- t relief from their ills, they are plan
de- I ning to form pools, inaugurate farm
un «W strikes, and demand legislation
. abolishing grain exchanges, private
con- cuttle inurUets> un(1 Ule llke , we OUK , lt
m)( lmstl , y brand thelH us économie
a tiertMics and highwaymen, and hurl at
t ] leln tlie c | larjje u f being seekers of
special privilege. Rather, we should
like- ask If llieir trouble is not ours, and
see what can be done to Improve the
situation. Purely from selt-intei est,
« for no higher motive, we should
! help them. All of us want to pet back
so * M A . „ . . ,
permanently to normalcy ;* but Is It
reasonable to hope for that condition
unless our grentest and most baste In
dustr.v can be put on a sound and solid
mis- permanent foundation? The farmers
are not entitled to special privileges;
bl| t are «bey not right In demanding
,,MIt the y he pluced on an equal foot
ln « w |'? th , e bu - v f 8 (, , f U ' eir Products
" Dd WlU ' 0, " er lndustrle8?
na
and
49
n
Let us, then, consider some of the
farmer's grievances, and see how far
they are real. In doing so, we should
remember that, while there have been,
and still ure, Instances of purposeful
abuse, the subject should not be ap
proached with any general Imputation
to existing distributive agencies of de
liberately Intentional oppression, but
rather with the conception that the
marketing of farm products has not
been modernized.
ob
but
de
the
to
An ancient evil, and a persistent
one, Is the undergrading of fnrm prod
ucts, with the result that what the
fanners sell as of one quality Is
sold us of a higher. That tills sort of
chicanery should persist on any Im
portant scale In these days of busi
ness integrity would seem almost in
credible, but there is much evidence
that it does so persist. Even as 1
write, the newspapers announce the
suspension of several firms from the
New York Produce Exchange for
porting to Germany as No. 2 wheat a
whole shipload of grossly inferior wheat
mixed with oats, chaff and the like.
Another evil is that of inaccurate
weighing of farm products, which, It
is charged, Is sometimes a matter of
dishonest intention and sometimes of
protective policy on the part of the
local buyer, who fears that he
"weigh out" more than he "weighs In."
A greater grievance Is that at
ent the field fanner has little
control over the time and conditions
of marketing his products, with the
re
ex
may
pres
or no
result that be is often underpaid for
his products and usually overcharged
for marketing
service. The differ
ence between what the farmer
ceives and what the consumer pays
often exceeds nil possibility of justi
fication.
;-i
To cite a single illustration.
Last year, according to figures attest
ed by the railways and the grow ers,
Georgia watermelon-raisers
received
»n the average 7.5 cents for a melon,
the railroads got 12.7 cents for carry- |
ing It to Baltimore and the consumer j
paid one dollar, leaving 798 cents for
„ ,
the service of marketing and its risks, |
as against 20.2 cents for growing and |
transporting. The hard annals
farm-life are replete with such
; mentaries on the crudeness of
of
com
prea
ent practices.
Nature prescribes that the farmer'«
within two
"goods" must be finished
or three months of the
year, while
financial and storage limitations gen
erally compel him to sell them at the
same time.
H
.
J.
As a rule, other industrl
are in a continuous process of finish
ing goods for the markets; they dis
tribute as they produce, and they can
curtail production without too great
injury to themselves or the commu
nity; but If the farmer restricts his
output, It Is with disastrous eonse
quences, both to himself and to the '
community.
The average farmer is busy with
year, U and" has nothing V^îl ^
bulk of his output comes on the
ket at once. Because of lack of stor 1
! Z îrmef ££ « » up POri.
! through the vear and dis Le ofra I
as they are current^ needed In Z
, y utu - ln
! fo entrust storuae-^ln**' hav *
j e.evators-ond ^ finZ'S 0 " 86 * #Dd
! of their products to others
Farm products are generally mar
keted at a time w-hen there is
gestion of both
finance—when
ers
j
I
carrying ;
a con
transportation and ed
•ars and money
F,l< ' outcome, in many in
I stances, i 8 that the farmers n,.»
sell under pressure »na m V
j a disadvantagTbm " ° re
take further reductions In
> in order t
'
are
scarce.
only T
at
;ue
compelled to
Owl
net return«,
° meet the charges for the
service of storing, transporting, financ- 1Ia
'"«'ketIng—which
and producer, and are under the con
,ro1 of < llose Performing the service
the'VskT of'a ch* nt
Mrs.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD
OF COUR I Ï COMMISSIONERS
9
O ofino, Idaho, Jan. 9 1922.
Board of County Commissioners
niet in regular January quarterly
session, there beng pi' s nt all m
' ra of (he Board and Jose ph Kauft
man. Clerk, and the following busl
I r.ess was transacted, to-wit:
I On December G, 19 21 the Board
j made a minute approving the claim
of the Pierce Highway District
which said* district claims the
mount of |73.20 as being illegally
nr charged against the district. Said
order did not direct that a warrant
be drawn for the amount, neithei
' d j d jt provide for the transfer
funds tQ cover th(j amount , Bnd
. . .. . ,,
lt '« now ordered that said ordler
December 6, 1921. be rescinded! and
held for further investigation,
of
It
The allowance of Nova Hund
ordered discontinued.
Current expense bills paid.
Shaw & Borden Co.
J. P. Harlan, expenses. . . .
Mrs. Myrtle Davis, ass't
supt.
$ 8 14
2 70
14 40
Evelyn S. Merwln, salary.. 400 00
175 00
175 00
1 75
J. B. Dickson, salary.
Chas. Hall, salary.
S. M. Snyder, expenses. . . .
Joseph Kauffman, salar.y.. 450 00
375 00
27 10
F. E. Smith, salary.
Pete Daris, board J. Wilson
S. M. Snydler, salary.
Orofino Merc. Co., mdse, to
Mrs. Moody.
Carl Ross, ass't sheriff....
Evelyn S. Merwln expenses
Mayrae I. Fisher, salary... 450 00
Miles Cochran, refund oftax
300 00
26 75
6 00
35 92
14 38
es
Cottage Hotel, board J.Rine
hart .
Clearwater Republican, pub.
Co. Com. pro.
J. C Bullock, salary.
James Monroe, allowance. .
Dan Delaney, ass't eherlf. .f
Orofino Auto. Co., auto hire
Co. Com.
Pete Hanson, auto hire
sheriff .
C. G. Morris, justice fees..
C. O. Portfors, salary.
R C. Gillespie, salary.
W. J. Hannah 1 , receiver, rent
court house .
Gust Schimmel, salary.
Hotel Oroflno, board prison
39 75
24 15
25 00
60 00
13 00
2 00
24 00
3 00
375 00
375 00
625 00
375 00
10 50
400 00
ers
P. R. Shea, salary.
Childrens Home Fniding As
sociation .
Clearwater Republican, pub.
Com. proceedings.
E. H. Atherton, supplies to
Commissioners .
Sam Porter, auto hire,
sheriff.
John W. Scott, horse feed
Co. Commissioners.
J. Wells, refund taxes.
Samnon Snyder, telephone
rentals .
P. R. Shea, expenses.
Hotel Orofuio, expenses Co.
superintendent .
Clearwater Co. Abstract Co.
sheets .
51 00
21 14
7 60
35 00
3 00
8 10
40 20
63 35
' '
5 75
6 00
Clearwate Co. Abstract Co.,
bonds deputy assessor. .
20 00
3 00
G. F. Brazier, justice fees. .
Sy ms- York
Co., supplies,
|
j E. W. Horswell, medlcial
supt. . .
Syms-York
. assessor.
12
Co., supplies,
275 25
ser
yices county indigents...
| Orofino Merc. Co.
|
65 60
mdse, to
Ella Welsner ....
Frank Gaffney,salary
Frank Gaffney,
Hotel
Smith
Andrew Jensen, salary, janl
20 00
375 0O
expenses. . .
Orofino, board A.
2 32
57 75
tor
180 00
3 10
40 27
400 00
C. O Portfors, expenses. . . .
F. E. Smith,
Effie McCollum, salary.
H D. Britan, dental work, J.
. . Reinhardt ..
J. P. Harlan, salary
Grangeville Electric
and
ex penses
' W ' J - Wh i«c, salary
Hotel Orofino,
Commissioners
adj ° Urned meet
W morn1n S " 9 o'clock,
d ®' DICKSON, Chairman
«erk.
6 00
400 00
Light
Power Co., bridge
light and merchandise...
12 60
175 00
board
Co.
16 20
to
Oroflno, Idaho, Jan. 10, 1922.
The Board of County Commission
ers met pursuant to adjournment
yesterday, there being
entire Board,
nuns
of
present the
The following busi
was transacted,
uets of yesterday read and
to-wit:
Miu
approv
ed
CURRENT EXPENSE
BILKS AL
LOWED.
salary and
T F.
Kfl wards,
expenses . . . .
-3139 15
Owl Drug Co.
supplies Co.
1Ia nson Bros.
Commission
..treasurer .
1 75
• auto hire. Co.
a
5 50 i
auto hire Co.
superintendent
Evelyn S. Merwln.
ROAD BILLS PAID.
Walter Vandevender
Mrs. A, D. Carr, ,, ,
. 112 00
expenses 11 02
13 50
16 34
15 Ub
1)an L " '
• Warren Pratt .. .
i'J. A. Harless ...
A. P. Carr, . . .
24 001
26 25
17 50
100 50
10 30
22 50
K Jui1 -'
Ca: e
m ^ ' n ' 1
'^ ,l! '
busl- ' 1 ,
j "■
j
claim Rice
in V ' M R1( , ha j. diîon
a- d
Dan
Said overseer for tlm upper river road.
j Th , ; Counly All ditor Is directed to
lnqu j re jnto (he price of squirt', t
of .
lt F01 ' 0n '
of
and
lljM- CO.
jwaro Co... 15 99!
12 Oil
6 00,
6 00 i
6 50
14 00
27 00
• 3 00
eJ,
•k Jtt
Dunwelî Is appointed Red
!
Report.' of W. Vandevender, Alvin |
Rice, Oren Crockett .Warren Pratt
and! C. O. Morris, approved.
Report of P. R. Shea and S M.
Snyder, examined and approved.
Board adjourned to meet again
tomorow morning at 9 o'clock
J. B. DICKSON. Chairman
Attest: Joseph Kauffman, Clerk
is
I
14
70
40
Orofino, Idaho, Jan. 11, 1922.
Board met in regular session,
pursuant to adjournment of yester
day, all membes of the Board being
present, the following businals- was
transacted, to-wlt: Minutes of yes
terday read and! approved.
The following current expense
bills were paid:
00
00
00
75
J 5 00
15 30
00
00
10
00
00
H. C. Snyyder, auto hire, Co.
Commissioners .
Clearwater Co. Abstract Co.,
premium on bonds .
Mix-Walrath Co., insurance,
Co. furniture .
Shaw & Borden Co., supplies
couDty supt.
H. J. Steffey, posting notices 10 00
John W. Graham & Co., sup
plies, surveyor
At this time the Board met with
the Commissioners of the North
Fork Highway District to discuss
the proposition of purchasing the
Peck bridge.
Board adjourned until to-morrow
at 9 o'clock.
75
00
92
38
22 95
75
1 50
15
00
00
00
3 63
00
00
00
00
00
J B. DICKSON. Chairman.
Joseph Kauffman, Clerk.
A ttest:
00
00 ;
LEGAL NOTICES
50
00
SUMMONS
00
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State of
Idaho, in and for the County of
Clearwater.
Bank of Orofino, a corporation,
Plaintiff, vs
F. E. Wilson, Defendant.
14
THE STATE QF
GREETINGS TO F.
IDAHO SENDS
E. /WILSON.
THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEND
ANT. •
You are hereby notified that a
complaint has been filed against
'in the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State
Idaho, in and for the County of
Clearwater, by
plaintiff, and
rected' to
j said complaint within twenty days
' I of the service of this
you
Of
the above named
you are hereby di
appear and answer the
summons if
j served within said judicial district,
and within forty days if served else
| where - and you are further notified j
that unless
you so appear and ans- j Ir
I wer ^ahl complaint within the time
herein specified, the plaintiff will
take judgment against you as prayed
in said complaint.

This action is brought to
the value of
recover
one certain promissory
executed and delivered
note, madfe.
by the defendant to
herein; which said note Is
ow «ng, and unpaid.
Witness
the plaintiff
now duo,
my hand and Seal of said
Court this 28th day of
1921.
JOSEPH KAUFFMAN,
said District Court.
( Seal )
F E SMITH, Attorney for Plaintiff
Residence and Post-Office add res«:
Oroflno, Idaho
December,
15
Clerk of
SUMM0NS

R.
on
In the District Court
Judicial District of
of the Second
the State of
Idaho, In and for the County
Clearwater.
Oroflno Trading Company
a corporation. Plaintiff
E E. Wilson, Defendant
'THE STATE
of
vs
OF IDAHO SENDS
GREETINGS TO F. E. WILSON,
3 HE ABOVE NAMED DEFEND
ANT.
You
complaint has
arc hereby notified that a
-1 been filed
against
Court of the
you ln the District
Second
at
of
Judicial District
Stale of Idaho, in and for the f;
of
the
Joun
FRANK F. KIMBLE
Attorney At Law
i
oil
Office Hours Afternoons
Saturday's.
and
Burns Block
Oroflno. No
I,y the ab 'vc
L<.a. ><atci,
(ii
001 named plaintiff, and you are heie
by directed to appear and an wer
the said 'complaint v/ilhin tv enty
days of the .-eivlco of this sum on;
if . erve..* within raid Judicial dis
1 trlct. and within forty days if
n'iff hören; which sah' note's
now due. owing, and unpaid,
served elsewhere, and you are fur
tber notified that unless you so ap
pear and answer said eomplatr.i
i v. ithin the time hcrel- specified, the
plaintiff will take Judgment against
you as prayed in raid complaint.
This action Is brought to :e
cover the value of one certain
promlsory note, made, executed a" '
! delivered by the defendant to th
I
my hand and Seal of said
| Court this 310'day of January, 1922.
V'itne.
JOSEPH KAUFFMAN. Clerk of
said District Court.
(Seal)
I F. E. SMITH, Attorney for Pln'n
tiff. Residence and Post Office
address; Oroflno, Idaho.
CLAIM FOR STORAGE
Samuel Porter, Claimant
vs.
J F. Engle.
Public Notice Is Hereby Given,
that undier and by "irtue .if Sectioi
6412 of the Idaho Compiled Statute
that, on Saturday the Fourth day of
February, 1922, at 10:00 o'clock a.
m. on said day. at the Clearwater
Garage, ln the Village if Oroflno
Idaho, 1 will sell at publh auction
to the highest and oest bidder, a
complete line of automobile ac
cessories.
Dated and signed at Oiofino, Ida
ho, this 17th day of Jan. A. D. 1922
SAMUEL POUTER
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
In the Probate Court of Clearwater
County, State of Idaho.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Edmond H. Brammer, Deceased 1 .
3. H. Decker, administrator with
will annexed of the estate of Ed
mond H. Brammer, deceased, hav
ing filed his petition herein, pray
ing for order of sale of certain real
estate of decedent, set out ln the
said petition, to-wit, the following
described real estate:
Lots 2. 3 4 5. 6 and 7 Block 9.
of the original town of Oroflno, In
Clearwater County, State of Idaho,
according to the plat thereof,
of record in the office of the Re
corder of said Clearwater County.
For the pupo.se therein set forth,
it is hereby ordered by the said
Court that all persons interested in
the estate of said deceased
before the said Probate Court
the 15th day of February, 1922, at
o'clock, in the forpnoon of saldi
day at the Court Room of said Pro
bate Court, at the town of Orofino,
Clearwater County, Idaho, to show
cause why an order should not be
granted to the said administrator
to sell such real estate of the
decedent as shall be
that a
lished
now
appear
on
en
said
necessary and
copy of this older be pub
for four successive
prior thereto in the
weeks
"Clearwater
Republican"
a
newspaper
and published in the said" County of
Clearwater.
printed
Dated the 10th day of January
1922.
P. M. SNYDER, Probate Judge.
Ir ,
District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State or
Idaho, in and for the Counties
Latah and Clearwater.
of
1
ORDER FIXING TERMS OF THE
ABOVE ENTITLED COURT
FOR THE YEAR 1922
IS HEREBY ORDERED that
• he t-rms of Court of the Second
Judicial District of thfe
Idaho be held at the following times
and places:
IT
State of
Latah County:
At Moscow, February 14;
15 and October 9.
Clearwater County:
At Orofino, March 20th. and Sep
tember 26th.
Done at Moscow. Idaho this 9th
day of January, 1922.
EDGAR C. STEELE, Judge.
May
WOTTCF xyn>
n« PUBLICATION
."17",,? e , d "■
NOTICF iq h h 4 Ve
NOTICE Is hereby given that Charles
R. Stockard, of Greer, Idaho who
on January 9, 1917. made Home
stead Entry No. 06790, for NW1 4
SW1-4 and 81-2 NW1-4, Section 2
and SEI -4 NE1-4, Section
Kfilp 35 North, Range
Meridian, has filed
•ion to make
or
flc
of
3, Town
2 East, Boise
notice of Inten
three
year Proof, to
to the land above
establish claim
described, before
Receiver of the U. S.
Lewiston, Idaho,
February, 192 2.
Claimant
the Register and
Land Office,
on the 20th day
names as witnesses:
Lester Whaley,
John Hammond,
Michael Bogner,
Albert Stockard,
oil of Greer, Idaho.
HENRY HEITFELD, Register
No "-c°*i
'vc NOTICE OF SALE OF
ANIMAL
estuay
heie
wer
Notice Is hereby gi v
ring described
en that ! ho
enty | r 0 i; ov
on;
dis
if
anlni ii
I -old at public auction
Howlers placr,
Ifarivater County, Idaho
will h«
Fr mk
Precinct,
at
T :ak(Vi )
• on Sat
fur
ap
the
:e
î lrday, February 25, 1922 at, i
One white and
». rn
rand
roan row i
under bit
earn; both horns droop,
D. H. DANIELS, Const;
ed \\
both
on.right hip,
lu
able.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'
th
in th
Cot
e Probate Court of CP
mty. State of Idaho,
the Matter of the
■ar water
In
Estate („
rd H. Brammer. Deceased
Notice Is hereby given, that Ut
ters of Administration with
.annexed on the estate of
H. B
ed te
I dhy t
hate
Gdwa
said
of
Will
Edmond
we r» giant
"arumer, deceased,
the undersigned
. _ on tb e 15th
f December, 1921 by th- p ro .
Court of Clearwater County
persons having claims against
sstate are required to exhibit
to mo for allowance, at my
nee at Orangeville, Idaho Co
All
said
them
resld«
unty, Idaho within four months
after the date of the first publica
tlon of this notice,
bo forever barred.
of
a.
a
ac
or they shall
Da
ted this 6th day of January,
B. H. DECKER,
mlnlstrator with Will Annexed
1922
Ad
N
0TICE FOR PUBLICATION
{»plication for Patent Notice
No. 814.
of A]
Unit«
d States Land Orflce, Lewla
ton, Idaho.
Notice
is hereby given that
pur
suant to Chapter VI.Tltle 32 Rovu
.^tfttut«*i of the United State*,
and! laws amending the
the flaws of the State of Idaho,
Lew
of
cil
same, ana
F. Culver whose post office
a Is Pierce City, Idaho, clatm
wo Hundred acres of Placer
Minlhg Ground, bearing placer gold
and other valuable minerals, which
Placer ground is lying, being
situated in the Pierce City Mining
addn
ing
and
District, Clearwater County, State or
Idah *, has made application to the
United States for
to tb* said placer ground,
ground In herein referred to as the
Caifornla Group of Placers and
bracJsj
to-wlt:
Tlfe Southwest Quarter and the
West Half of the West Half of the
Southeast Quarter of Section Thirty
six iti Township Thirty-seven North,
of Range Five East of the Boise
Meridian
Tljie said landh have been and are
embraced in the following plaoer lo
cations:
T|e California Placer Claim, lo
catejl on the 5th day of July, 1991,
notice recorded in the office of the
Deputy Recorder fog the Pierce City
Mining District, on July 11, 1991,
in IJook "F" at Page 251 of the re
cord|s of said office, and further re
corded In the office of the County
Recorder for Shoshone County, Ida
ho, In Book "N" of Placer locations
on page 375, on Aug. 5, 1901.
Amended locution of the said Cali
fort^ia Placer claim, made on the
day of September, 1921, re
corded in the office of the Deputy
Mineral Recorder for the Pierce City
Mining District on the 1st day or
October, 1921, and recorded In Book
a mineral patent
which
9.
In
em
the following described land.
29tl
1 al Page 233. and further record
ed! pn the office of the County Re
cor
er for Cleurwater County, Idaho,
look 1 of Mining Notices at pago
4 36, on the 10th day of October
1921.
in
The California Addition
Claim, located
Placer
on the 15th day of
February, .1911, location notice of
whfc.h is recorded in the office of
the Deputy Mining Recorder for the
Pierce City Mining District In Book
M 2 at Page 30, under date of
Jutie 9th, 1911, and! further record
ed in the office of the County
corner for Clearwater County. Idaho,
in Book 1 of Mining Notices
Page 1,
1911.
Re
at
under date of March *0,
To the best of
applicant's tnfor
ma f ,on - knowledge and belief
are no adjacent or adjoining mining
«».p. >.ch 'z ",
Ve ^ * nown upon the
«round.
there
4ny and all persons claiming
verjiely the ground above described,
or any part or portion thereof,
hereby notified that
adverse claims
cording to law
arc
uiiIchh their
are duly filed ae
wfthln sixty days
(6fl) days from the first publcatlo
hereof with the Register and Re
ceiver of the United States Land Of
flc 1 nt Lewiston, Idaho, they will be
bnrjredl by virtue
of law
I
.
of the provision
Hated a! Lewiston, Idaho, this
23i|d day of November, 1921,
HENRY IIEÏTFELD, Register.
ERNE.ST L. PARKER, Receiver
Irst Publication December 2, 1921.
Al«|x Kasherg. Attorney for Appli
cant, Lewiston, Idaho.

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