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IX THE DISTRICT COURT ()1 i THE FIFTH (NOW SIXTH)' JUDICIAI; DISTRICTO!' IDA I HO IX AM) for Tiu COUX TY OF FRFMOXT * Rexlmrg Irrigation 'company, a I Corporation, the City of Rexlmrg I in Fremont Countv, Idaho and i T. F. Xave et al, plaintiffs. vs 1 al, plaintiffs, vs. E ton Irrigation Company, Sid do\ya\ Canal Company, Wilford Irrigation Company, Teton City Irrigation X Manufacturing Com pany, Teton Island and Canal Company. Rexlmrg Milling Com pany, Salem Irrigation Company, Breman, Pieman & Holm, James G. Stewart, William Walters, H. P. Hennigreta, George A. Pinqock, et al, Pincock X Garner, Wolf Pincoek et al, Charles Woodman see, McRee, McCormick X Roe, and MeCormiek. Peter Housen, J. F. Peterson, Henry P'lamm, Dree Nelson, H. Clark, Mr. Finna man, Thomas Burch, IF P. Heim egar. W. Heiliger, P. S. Clark, George F. Cordon, John Hanson, Ernest Chase, Joseph Russell, C. Madison, Samuel Soeartt, R. Gard ner, John F. Pincoek, David A. Saunders, Thomas Dooley, John R. Whitney. Gustus Belknapp, Mr. Nelan, Oscar Olson, Janies Olson, Oscar Anderson, Mrs. Hogan, B. Anderson, A. C. Daley, Y. C. Hegsted, Clem Ward, Able Ward, John Favery, Luke Favery, Xeplii Anderson, Tahaman Anderson, F. F. Larson, James Larson, Hans P. Jensen, William Walters, James Stewart, George Cordon, Henry Yager, Joseph Johnson, Jacob Tou san, A. G. Dilly, Xeplii Anderson, Hans P. Jensen, I). A. Andrews, James F .Frrickson, Christian An derson, Mr. Senman, Samuel Stew art, J. P. L. Clark, John Hanson, Joseph Rumwell. Mr. Roe et al, Defendants. And Trego Ditch Company, a corporation, Thomas Blackburn, Henry Duncan, F. B. Wilson, Lena Christiansen, administratrix of the estate of Xelse Christianson, de ceased, William Hatch. William Crouch, Charles Dalton. C. I). Trego, John McClemment, F. B. Soriensen, J. F. Swenson, George B. Wintle, C. M. Sorrenseu, S. F. Adams, John Hutchinson, \Y. I). Trego and Byrd A. Trego, Inter venors. And all persons, Corporations or associations owning, using, or claiming the right to the use of any of the waters of Snake River, or its tributaries in Fremont and Bing ham counties, Idaho, hereby desig nated as unknown owners. THE STATE OF IDAHO TO, All persons, Corporations or Asso ciations, owning, using or claiming the right to the use of any of the waters of Snake River, or its tribu taries in Fremont and Bingham counties. Idaho, hereby designated as unknown owners. You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District of Idaho, in and for Fremont 'county, the com plaint of the plaintiffs, praying that this Court decree to the plaintiffs: The Rexlmrg Irrigation Company eleven thousand (11,000) miners inches measured under a four (4) inch pressure of the water of Teton 1 i River, and its tributaries, a stream in Fremont county, Idaho, of the date of day of April, 18X8, and for Five Thousand Dollars damages for the wrongful diversion j of the waters of said river. To the plaintiff the City of Rex- j burg, four thousand (4000) inches measured under a four (4) inch I pressure of the waters of said stream of the date of day of April, 1888, and for the sum of Two Thousand Five hundred Dollars damages for the wrongful diversion ot the wat ers of said stream by the defendants : To the plaintiff, I ■ L. Xave, . Five Hundred ( 500) inches measur ed under a four ( 4 ) inch pressure of tile waters of said stream of the date, of day of April, 1*88. F That each and every of the deten- 1 dants be required to set up fheirre spective claims to the waters ol 1 e tou River and its tributaries and that each and every of their claims be decreed to be subsequent j to and subordinate to the claims of | the said pailntiffs and each of them, j For the apjiointment of water master to take charge of the wavers j of said river and to distribute the j amount prayed for by the plaintiffs to them during the pendency of this action. For a perpetual injunction when this action is tried restraining the defendants and each of them, their agents, attorneys and employees from in any manner interfering with or obstructing the free flow of said amount of water in said stream down to and in the ditches and can als of the plaintiffs. For their costs in this action and all proper relief. You are also further notified that put suant to an order of the Court duly made and entered the above named intrevenors filed in my office their complaint in intervention ask ing that they be permitted to inter el ! fo j i sa jfo i j 1 . , ! Sell!». fo ei el v ne in # the above entitled original a ' lio11 ' alleging that they .ire users ' d c,ailnants uf t ! K ' u -'Trs of s ' ake River of " hidl i1k 1Vl,,u Rlver ,s 11 tnbutar > ;llul 'iming an interest in the waters Snake Rive . r alK \ the 7*"" Riv « lb 'crse t K plaintiffs and <k:,;ulants :c '!! em an ' l praying that t title ° , thc ' vatel ? ot hi ! al:c 1 R, 1 v< ' m,! its r butanes be <|Uieted, de • • mined . nd settled between all ( 1 liming or using any of - i r . And you are furthei la it thereafter the Court part les ■ d wat notified ordered it all persons, associatif, i- orcor j orations owning, using < elaim l lg a right to the use of F waters < : Snake River or its tributaries in s lid counties be made p. ■ ies to this action. It further appearing to the Court i ■ the affidavit of G.F.Haiisbrough o r of the attorneys for the inter v lors that there are numerous un k sown persons, associations and cm [»oratioiis who claim some right, title or interest in and to the waters 0 Snake River and its [tributaries in said counties who are necessary and proper parties to this action for a full and complete determination thereof, the particulars more fullv appearing in the plaintiffs com plaint, the intervenons complaint and the various affidavits and or ders herein now on file in my office. You are notified and required to appear and answer the said com plaint and the complaint in inter vention within ten days after ser vice thereof, if served within Fre mont county and within twenty days if served out of said county within said Judicial District and w ithin forty days if served out of 1 said District! exclusive of the dav i of service) or the plaintiff, inter v rors and cross-complainants will apply to the court for the relief de manded in their several compla ints. In testimony whereof, I, Victor Hegsted,Clerk of the District Court, h ve hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Court at St. A l.bony in Fremont County, Idaho, tl is 7th day of March, A. D. 1904. Victor Hegsted, Clerk of the D - riet Court. Bv Ernest Bramwell Depute. (SEAL 5 . I lm A. Bagiev, J. R. King and D a glas Hix, att'ys. for Plaintiffs. Ilansbrough X Ryan, attys., for lit I venons. A FI AS SUMMOXS. F le District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, County of Fremont, State of Idaho, Clara Cameron plaintiff vs. Reuben A Cameron, defendant, alias stim i nli ns. The State of Idaho sends greet i in- to Reuben A. Cameron, de J fendant. Von are hereby summoned and j re, uired to appear in an action I br.mght against\ ou by the above ! n.xned plaintiff in the District C< art of the. Sixth Judicial Ditsrict of the State of Idaho, in and for tli County of Fremont, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the d; - of service) after the service on v, of this summons, if served w thin this County or if served out j of this County, but in this District, : within twenty, days or if served ; i i i 1 1 el -eu here, within forty days. The said action is brought to fo ever dissolve the bonds of niatri many existing between you, the sa d defendant, and this plaintiff, the reason that you have failed fr m plaintiff's complaint now on fi e in the office of tl(c Clerk of said (j art. and for such other and furth er relief as to the court may seem m et and just. And you are hereby notified that if von fail to appear and ti said complaint, as above re •el. the said Plaintiff will apply tu the s.id Court for the relief de in. tided in said complaint. W'Uiess mv hand and the seal of tli listriet Court of the Sixth • 1 I F -1.1 .it '111. '»if'li.- ,li al District of the State dm, in and for the County .iv; dit . this 2 i tit day »of F fo more than one year last pa*t to pi (Vule for this plaintiff the coin in ai necessities of life, and for the ei -to ly of Archie Cameron, minor el Id of plaintiff and defendant, | al; of which more fulh appear.- answer i j i i Yictor Hegsted, Clerk. D ; il r X McConnell, Atty. for Plaintiff, i st date of Pu b. Molt. 8. _ AM Ham Shaffer, a brake-man of D anisoti, Ohio, was confined to h : had for several weeks with in fl; amatory rheumatism, jn a\ remedies," he says. 1\ scut to McCaw s dru to used I tore uttle of Chamberlain's Pain n, at which time I was unable , hand or foot, and in one k s time was able to go to k as happy as a clam. For ay all druggists. 1,1 _ , ."'"V M " ~ '' r CAN'VOX CREEK ROAD HOUSE I 1LSOX IIA intis Prop. V(Ills at till hour» dan or uiiilli. Gi «l beils. Good Stabling, SIMMONS IX THF DSITRICT COURT OF THE FIFTH fXOW SIXTH JUDICIAF DISTRICT OF II) \ HO IX AXDFORTHECOUX TY OF FREMONT. Rexlmrg Irrigation Com pan v. a corporation, et al, Plaintiffs vs Teton Irrigation Company, ao notation, et al, Defendants. Order for Publication of Summons . I'pon reading and filing the affidavits of G. F. Hansberough. and it appearing therefrom that he is one of the attorneys for the inter venons in said action and that he makes said affidavit on their behab. and that summons was issued on the amended Complaint in Inter vention in said action on the 7th day of March, 1904, that the said action was brought for the purpose of quieting title to the waters ot Snake River and its tributaries in Fremont and Bingham counties, Idaho : that the said [summons is directed to all persons, corporations or associations owning, using or claiming the right fo the use of any of the waters of said Snake River and its tributaries in Fremont and Bingham counties, Idaho, therein designated as unknown owners ; and that said unknown owners arc nec essary and proper parties to this ac tion, and that a complete determin ation of the Controversy in this ac tion, to wit: the decreeing and dis tribution of the waters -of Snake River and its tributaries in Fre mont and Bingham counties, Idaho, cannot lie had without the presence of the aforesaid unknown owners, and that this affidavit by order of this Court has had charge of and directed the service of the summons in the above entitled action and us ed diligence to ascertain the names and Residences of all parties inter ested in the subject matter of this action, to wit; the right to the use of the waters of Snake River and its tributaries in Fremont and Bing ham counties, Idaho, and that there are numerous persons, corporations or associations in said Fremont and Bingham counties who claim some right, title and interest to the said watersof Snake River and its trib maries whose names and places of residence are unknown and that (personal service of summons cannot I belie made upon said unknown per-j sons, corporations or associations! for the reason above set out. It is hereby ordered that a copy of the summons and a copy of this j order be forthw itli served upon each | and every person who is [a user of or has any interest in and to the waters of Snake River, and its trib utaries in the counties of Bingham and Fremont, State of Idaho, by publishing a copy of the summons and a copy of this order in the Southern Idaho Mail, a newspaper of general circulation published in Blackfoot, in Bingham county, State of Idaho, and also in the Te ton Peak, a newspaper of general circulation publishde at St. An thony. in Fremont county, State of Idaho, which 'are hereby designa ted as the two evspapers most likely to give notice to the said un known persons, corporations or as sociations designated in the sum mons as unknown ow ners, and that such 'publication be made at least once a week for a term of one month, and that they be required to answer according to the diretion in said summons. Dated this 7th day of March, 1904. James M. Stevens, District Judge. i eribed. propertya to wit: I.ots 1 1 . . . 1 "* , . Jrr1o...,li SHF.RIFF S SALE, g^ ate 0 f Idaho, Countv of FremoiU By virtue of an Execution foreclosure i->ued out of the Hon 01 - a bR I lUtnet Court 1er Fremont Countv, in said State, on the 24th day of March, 1904, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of George N. Swart/, versus P. Averin and Anna Vera Averitt Xo...... and-..to me. as Sheriff, directed and delivered, j w j proceed to sell for cash at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., on Friday, the 10th day of April, A. D. 1904, at St. Anthony. Idaho, in i Fremont county, in front of the i Sheriff" -, office, the following des numbered seventeen 1 1 1 ) eighteen i : Is i nineteen ( 19 - and twenty '"20), i in block numbered forty-three ( b'U ! of the Village of St. Anthony ot : said county and state as per the re corded plat thereof now on file in the office of the county recorder of said Fremont county, state of Ida ho, levied on as the property of P. ! Averitt and Anna Vera Averitt, to j .satisfy a judgment amounting to |584. Cd. in favor of George X. i Swart/ and costs of suit. ! Given under mv hand, this 24th day of March, 1904. Samuel Harrop, Sheriff. By I. X. Corey , Deputy. Date pub. Mar. 24th, 04. j ATTEXTIOX ! Upon my return, March 1st. will resume my same old business ; at the same old place. Save your specimens Fred W. Rising. The St. Anthony Taxidermist. A SEP •'V W. V lÉÈlÉg mmm Cfum m j i « ) I'VSv, m Bill ■* - 1 ; : ; 1 1 ; I j I ! 1 I ! ! 1 Doctor eUPID. One of His Prescriptions. T HAT Love sometimes cures disease is a fact that lias recently been called to the attention of the public by a prom inent physician and college professor. 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