OCR Interpretation


The Idaho recorder. [volume] (Salmon City, Idaho) 1886-1927, October 18, 1918, Image 4

Image and text provided by Idaho State Historical Society

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86091188/1918-10-18/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

The Idaho Recorder
w

Entered January - 8, 1903j as sêcond clas» matTerT in the postoffTce "at
Salmon. Idaho, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1897. —
Weekly Recorder, 1 year.___■_____________________$2.00
Weekly Recorder, 6 months___________________________________________$100
Slagle copies............................................................5 cents,
J. F. MELVIN, Publisher.
s a « ...... ■'■■ ■ ' — .....
s a _________ ■.. « ...... ■'■■
* : * This paper has enlisted
with the government in the
cause of America for the
period of the war.....
"WILSON'3 THRILL FOR
ALL THE WORLD.
«-I.__.V, .
President Wilson In his reply to
tleiman) s peace proposal reaches a
climax in diplomacy. It was a thrill
for all the world. Every man in Ger
many even was waiting for that re
ply. The great statesman has extend
ed his Influence to the German peo
t- rt" r
lad made himself the leader of true
democracy in hII other countries,
Thls Influence in the enemy coun-j
tries will be Irresistible. His diplo-'a
mocy will do more to promote In-1
stant peace than the greatest victory !
of the world at anus could have
iiiine L'v.irv , I 1. „ ..
f°, r f i 7 wa ,
Ing for this master stroke for world
democracy, I resident Wilson was
the hero of the warring allies and all,
the neutral powers. His message of
democracy will be new to the enemy 1
peoples, but It will be a call ns frftm 1
a superhuman savior to willing ears.
— "
Frank R. Gooding has subsidized
every newspaper in Idaho that can
be reached with his tainted money
to further his candidacy for the
United States senate. If this notor
ious character can buy his way into
the highest office In the gift of the
people of the sovereign state Idaho
will be eternally disgraced.
A DEMOCRAT LIKE
WILSON.
Mr Snnuiels ih,, „
didate for „u-.'m n democratic «»n-,
dldate for govt rnor. Is to be present |
to address an open air meting
voters in Salmon on Thursday. <>c
tober 24, the hour being 8 o'clock .
In the evening. Salmon la greatly,
honored In having this visit, for the 1
candidate's time is limited and there
la inconvenience of travel In gutting 1 1
on hla tout of the state, which has to
be covered In limited time.
i
Mr. Samuels Is a real democrat of
the kind that characterizes the life
nnd writings of President Wilson,'•'•'wise,
both men being able to discern
difference between the ei
conditions of today and those
decades past.
'•onomle
of two I.
uols. if not with disloyalty at least j
wHh consorting with alleged dla.oy
<u elements of socle
Ing the facts all g 0
alty and «devotion to
Intelligently fanning ..... ... ..... . ,
acres of land which he has reclalnt^.
ed from stumps and of his means !
buying hundreds of thousands In
Llb»>rty bonds long before there was r
1__^ ('
nny thought of him of running for
governor.
Just as Inevitably as was the se
lection of Wilson for the presidency
so too was It with Samuels for gov
ernor of Idaho. Both saw the New
Freedom dawning for the people and
have proclaimed It.
Is there a United States senator
ship lor sale in Idaho? If s u Gooding
will go to Washington to take the
place of Senator Nugent, The pres-,
Ident has asked the patriots of Idaho j
to »end Senator Nugent back to help
Mm win the war.
Gooding has launched a campaign
that Is estimated to cost him $150,
000 In his evil mind this Is the price t
fixed on th e virtu- of I daho voters
"I have Wen selling Chamberlain's!
Tablets for about two years and
heard sueh gotnl reports front my
euatotjWs that i concluded to give
them a trial myself, and can say that
1 do not believe there |s , mot lier pre
pa ration of the kind equal to them."
writes G. A. McBride, Headford. Ont,
If you sre troubled with Indigestion
or constipation give them a trial.
They will do you good, _
LEGAL ADVE RTtSING
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION
NO. 2
BY THOMAS
A JOINT RESOLUTION
DECLARING THE NECESSITY
For CALLING A CONVENTION
TO REVISE OR AMEND THE CON
STITUTION OF THE STATE OFi
IDAHO; RECOMMENDING TO THE'
ELECTORS OF SAID STATU To
THE NKXT g'en'KRAL ,
E!.E< TION For <tj{ AGAINST A
CONVENTION. AND PRKSCR1B-!
1N(. THE MODE OF SUBMITTING
SUCH QUESTIONS To THE El.EC- '
TORS.
V HEREAS. Important changes
have taken place in the social and '
«conomlc life of the people of Idaho
^urlng the twenty-seven ve„rs that
have elapsed since the adoption of
Die present Constitution. which
• hangen have made It neeessarv to
''' n n ; ' dy , a,1 'l twenty-four aniend
mem* to such Constitution, at great
* H # h « constantly Increasing
cemand for mnny ad( | ttlonal ilm „ n j.
ments, tho effect of which is to ere- '
WWlnlons and uncer-,
TurAvi.« ,h, ' rondamcotal Iatw;
TilLRLFORE, be it resolved by
■'■■ ■ ' — .....
LEGAL ADVERTISING
^: ,11 ^,: h ^ rM i M " n< ,'" y . in !1 0 JL P "
the Legislature of th»* State of Ida
ho :
Section 1. That It Is deemed nec
ecs.ry t» call u convention to revise
or amenil the Constitution of the
State of Idaho.
Section 2. That It Is hereby rec
ommended to the Electors of said
State, to vote at the next generul
••lection, to be held on Tuesday suc
her. 1918, for or against a conven
tion for such a purpose.
Section 3. There shall be submit
ted to the Electors, In the manner
provided by law for the submission
>"Other Questions" the question,
"shall there be a convention to re
a vise or amend the Constitution"
| Section I. There shall be printed
°n the official ballot provided for
" lKh purpose, the question "shall
j a convention to revise or
fZ" en . f ! ,h '.' constitution?" And, on
"-i™" 1 . -
—"Yes." and. on the next line below
the words "Constitutional Conven
Hon"- "No." The voter may place
cross (X), within one of the clr
cIoh provided on the ballot opposite
! k* 1 ' 1 Questions, and thereby he votes
l_ Section 5. That the Secretary of
State Is hereby author zed to make
, publication of this resolution In each
County of the State for at least six
|consecutive weeks prior to the next
general eleclon, in not less than one
newspaper of general circulation
1 published In each county,
1 •'»"»cd the House February 15,
19 }, 7 ' ,
Passed the Renate March 2, 1917.
SENATE
RESOLUTION
JOINT
NO. 4.
HY SHEPHERD.
A JOINT RESOLUTION
PROPOSING AMENDMENT OF
SECTION 4 OF ARTICLJfl 12 OF
THE CONSTITUTION OF THE
STATE OF IDAHO. AND SUBMIT
TING TO THE ELECTORS OF THE
STATE FOR THEIR REJECTION
OR APPROVAL THE QUESTION
OF WHETHER SAID SECTION
SHALL RE SO AMENDED AS TO
. I
BIIALti Ur. fit) AMENDED AS It
PERMIT COUNTIES AND Ml'NIUI
| falITIES TO BECOME STOCK
of'HOLDERS IN AND GIVE FINANCI-i
AL AIT) TO FAIR ASSOCIATIONS
. NOT ORGANIZED FOR PECUNI-1
ARY PROFIT.
1 IT RESOLVED BY THE LEG
'FEATURE OF THE STATE OF j
1 1 „ I
Idaho he amended to readasfollows:
i Article 12. Section 4. No county,
town, city or other munclpal corpor
»tl«n, by vote of Its citizens or oth
shall ever become a wtock
the'holder in. • * • or raise money for,
?r S 0 ,""' • • Ï ,oan , I s credit !
I. ° r * »">' Mnt stock ,
company, corporation or association, j
»"J - 1°?." contracting j
S, SîA H
_____ ____ „.
submitted to the electors of the
of ula ho the next general
election shall be as follows, to-wit: 1
r 'J Ar,lr, c 12. Section 4. or the
onstitution of th»' Stiito bp
*"
of the
Iron
find.
Help win the waf
I
'!# if'*: I
ijj S \
n.
SAVE {
1
Ü3Ä. ■*
!•!
ïur - i
Make the old rpnge
y 'do''another year.
The iron you cave ic war
tuaterml. The space you
save in the freight car is
needed for war shipments.
If your old ran^e is a Majestic, you
probably don't need a new one; a
few repairs will make it O. K.
If your range is not n Majestic, and
you can't make it do cny longer,
buy a Majestic, because it saves fieri,
ssnts food and saves repairs.
Ssves fuel becsuic the riveted oven issir
. tight. No fuel te wasted through escaping
hear. Saved food because it bakes per
fectly and evenly. Saves repairs because
it is made of unbreakable malleable iroa
and ruu~rtuui.:j t rimW rrva.
Hardwar"e n SillH
!. y»— r ar<M*
repairs get Ihem from
1rs \\ \i it - ;l'pi v v ou
-■ th r.-nutoc Mvjestta
repairs — pot light, in
1 H I M t ans. 1-aUe by
r ■■ . in.
LEGAL ADVERTISING
: amended as to permit counties and
I municipalities to become stockhold
ers in and give financial aid to fair
' associations not organized for pe
cuiary profit? , _ .
Section 3. The Secretary of State
i la hereby authorized to make publl
,cation of this proposed '
al amendment in each county once n
•k for six consecutive weeks pri
. I or to the next general election, In a
newspaper of genera: circulation
published In each county.
Passed the Senate February 7,
1917.
Passed the House February 19,
1917.
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION
NO. 5.
BY COMMITTEE OF EDUCATION
A JOINT RESOLUTION
'"»oposiNO AN AMENDMENT TO
SECTION 1. ARTICLE I OF THE
STATE CONSTITUTION, ABOL
ISHING THE OFFICE OF THE
STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEG
I8LATURE OF THE STATE OF
IDAHO:
Section 1. That Section 1, Article
4 of the Constitution of the State of
Idaho be amended to read as fol
lows:
Section 1. The executive depart
ment shall consist of a Governor,
Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of
State. State Auditor. State Treasur
er and Attorney General, each
whom shall hold his office for two
years beginning on the first Monday
in January next after his election,
except as otherwise provided in this
Constitution. The officers of the ex
outive department, excepting the
Lieutenant Governor, shall, during
their terms of office, reside at the
seat of government, where they
shall keep the public records, books
and papers. They shall perform such
duties as are prescribed by this Con
stitution and as may be prescribed
by law.
Section 2. The question to he
submitted to a vote of the people at
the next general election shall be as
follows:
"Shall Section 1, Article 4 of the
Constitution of the Sae of Idaho be
amended s n "s to abolish the office
of Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion "
Section 3. The Secretary of
State shall cause publication of this
proposed öonsttutional amendment
to be made once a week for six con
secutive weeks prior to the next gen
pral Action in nof 'f sa >han one
"r.Ko?w?.î r i„ circuratlnn
1917.
Passed the House March 10,1917
published in each county.
Passed the Senate February
SENATE
JOINT RESOLUTION
NO. 10.
BY PETTIBONE AND RANDALL
A JOINT RESOLUTION
"'1
TO AMEND SECTION 1 OF ART1
! CLE 8 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF
, THE STATE OF IDAHO AND TO
j SUBMIT TO THE ELECTORS OF
j IDAHO. LIMITING THE ÏNDEBT
Ï?™ESS THAT MIGHT BE S
_ __
RE OF THL STATB 0F
1
Section 1. That Section 1 of Ar
tide 8 of the Constitution of the
'
LEGAL ADVERTISING
" r " d
Section 1. The Legislature shall
not in any manner create any debt
or debts liability or liabilities which
shall singly, or in the aggregate, ex
elusive of the debt of the Territory,
At the date of its admission as a
State, and exclusive of debts or lia
bilitiés incurred subsequent to Jan
uary l, 1911. for the purpose of com
pleting the construction and furnish
ing of the State Capitol Building at
Koise, Idaho, exceed the sum of one
per centum upon the assessed value
of the taxable property in the State,
except in case of war to repel an in
vasion or suppress an insurrection,
unless the same shall be authorized
by law for some single object or
work to be distinctly specified there- 1
in. which law shall provide ways and
means, exclusive of loans, for pay
ment of the Interest of such debt, or
liability, as it falls due and also for j
the payment and discharge of the
princlpal of such lebt, or liability,
within twenty (20) years of the
time of the contracting thereof, and ;
shall be irrepealable until the prin
clpal and interest thereon shall bei
paid and discharged. But no such
law shall take effect , t until at a gen
eral election it shall have been sub
mitted to the people, and shall havp
received a majority of all the votes
cast for and against, it at such elec
tion: and all moneys raised by the
authority of such laws, shall be ap
plied only to specified objects there
in stated, or to the payment of the
debt thereby created, and such law
shall be published in at least one
newspaper in each county, or city,
and county, if one be published
therein, throughout the State for
thre months next preceding the elec
tion at which it is submitted to the
people. The Legislature may at any
time after the approval of such law,
by the people, if no debts shall have
been contracted in the pursuance
thereof, repeal the same.
Section 2. The question to he
submitted to the .electors of the
State of Idaho at the next general
election shall be as follows, to-wit:
"Shall Section 1, Article 8 of the
Constitution of the State of Idaho be
amended so as to limit the_bonded
indebtedness of the State, exclusive
of the debt of the territory at the
date of its admission as a State, and
exclusive of debts and liabilities in
curred subsequent to < January 1,1911,
for the purpose of the construction
and furnishing of the State Capitol
at Bdise, Idaho, to a sum not greater
than one per centum upon the as
sessed value of the taxable proper
ty in the State?"
Section 3. The Secretary of State
ip hereby authorized to make publi-1
ration of this constitutional amend- ;
ment in each county of the State for j
at least six (6) consecutive xveeks
prior to the next general eleeion in
not leas 'than one (1) newspaper of
general circulation published In such
county. »
Passed the Senate March 3, 1917.
Passed the House March 7, 1917.
-- j
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 8
BY COMMITTEE ON
TURE AND HORTICULTURE.
A JOINT RESOLUTION
Proposing an amendment to
SECTION 4 OF ARTICLE 11 OF
THE . CONSTITUTION OF THE
STATE OF IDAHO; SUBMITTING
TO THE ELECTORS OF SAID
STATE FOR THEIR REJECTION
OR APPROVAL THE QUESTION
WHETHER SECTION 4 OF ARTI
CLE 11 OF THE CONSTITUTION j
OF THE STATE OF IDAHO RE- '
BATING TO THE MANNER OF
VOTING FOR THE ELECTION OF
DIRECTORS OR MANAGERS OF
INCORPORATED COMPANIES
SHALL RE AMENDED SO AS TO :
ELIMINATE COOPERATIVE ASSO
THE KANTLEAK
HOT WATER BAG
A l^evall Product
is molded into one piece of soft, pliable, i'ava Rubber. It will not harden or crack stick together
tei r, and
It Can't LeaK
for it has no seams to open up—no patches to work loose—no binding to rip off. Guaranteed for
years but the usual life is many years more. There are also other Kantleak Rubber Pr< duets— Kant
Syringes, lee Caps, Face Roules. Bulb Syringes, Breast 1'umps, at prices from 25c to 50c.
RED CROSS PHARMAC
THE REXALL STORE
SALMON, IDAHO.
The Pioneer Stof
New Line Men's Neckties
Mackinaws, Woolen Sox
Cotton and Woolen Blankets.
CONGOLEUM ART-RUGS,
sizes, 9x9 and 9x12,
also by the yard .
SHOES
Ladies shoes in dark brown kid-all sizes, SS.ÔU
M ms. m black and brown, all sizes— $3.75to -S7.50
. Yvowefcv ÎK&VC. Co
LTD.
Légal advertising
raw "of sIm U 3Ej™N P M V rT
RESOLVED BY' THE HOUSE OF
REPRESENTATIY ES OF THE
STATE OF IDAHO, THE SENATE
CONCURRING:
Section 1. That Section 4 of Ar
tide 11 of the Constitution of the
State of Idaho be amended to read
as follows:
Section 4. The Legislature shall
provide by law that iu all elections
for directors or managers of incor
porated companies. EXCEPT CO-OP
ERATIVE ASSOCIATIONS, every
stockholder shall have the right to
vote in person or by proxy for the
number of shares of stock owned by
him for as many persons as there
a re directors or managers to be
1 elected, or to cumulate said shares,
and give one candidate as many
votes as the number of directors,
multiplied by the number of his
j phares of stock shall equal, or to
distribute them on the same princi
p j e among as many candidates as he
shall think fit. and such director
; shall not be elected In any other
manner.
Section 2. The question to be sub
mitted to the electors of the State
G f Idaho at the next general election
shall he as follows:
SHALL SECTION 4 OF ARTICLE
11 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF
THE STATE OF IDAHO BE SO
AMENDED AS TO PROVIDE THAT
CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATIONS
SHALL NOT BE GOVERNED BY'
THE PROVISIONS OF SAID SEC
TION RELATING TO THE MAN
NER OF VOTING FOR DIRECTORS
OR MANAGERS OF INCORPORAT
ED COMPANIES?
Section 3. The Secretary of State
ia hereby authorized to make publi
cation of this constitutional amend
ment In each countv of ,thc jftnte
for at least six consecutive weeks
prior to the next general election in
not less than one newspaper of gen
eral • circulation published in each
county.
Passed the House February 1,
1917.
Passed the Senate February 19,
1917.
September 20—October 25.
1
!
i
!
I
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
PATENT
United States Land Office at Hail
ey, Idaho, September 6, 1918.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the
Bohannon Dredging Company, by
Jack Marshall, its Attorney in Fact,
whose postoffice address is Salmon,
Lemhi County, Idaho, has filed an
application for patent for the Shenon
Placer Mining Claim, situated in the
Lemhi
Bohannon Mining District,
; County, Idaho, and embracing the
j NWti of NE 14, of SW14 of section
28, township 21 north, range 23 east,
Boise Meridian.
The adjoining tracts on the south
and east have been patented to Mar
tha E. Simpson, that on the north
patented to Cordelia I. Blasingame,
and that on the west was entered b v
j Augustus Beck.
BEN R GRAY, Register.
AGRICUL-1__________
.NOTICE
FOR
OF APPLICATION
PATENT
United States Land Office, Haily,
Idaho, September 6, 1918.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the
Bohannon Dredging Company, by
Jack Marshall, its Attorney in Fact,
whose postoffice address is Salmon,
Lemhi County, Idaho, has filed an
application for patent for the Fair
j playy Placer Mining Claim, situated
' in the Bohannon Mining District,
Lemhi County, Idaho, and embracing
the NW& of NYVV4 of NW 1 /* of sec
tion 14, township 21 north, range 23
east. Boise Meridian.
: The adjoining tracts on the east,
south and west have been patented
on the north ££
Bohannon.
1 United States^
Idaho, September 1 '«*,.,
NOTICE | 8 herpL 1 * 1 ®'
Bohannon DrxïSS «S.
Jack Marshall
whose postoffice V/N
Lemhi County, i^ re *» it
application f or h*
field Placer Ml^ l >
in the Bohann^ffr
Lemhi county, idat,„ nla *
the SE% of 'swT V^ ,
tion 28. township *i***<
east, Boise meridian ^
! The adjoining tra«
north and west hlT*, 0 *
to Cordelia I. Blarilt ***
on the south was ^*®*'
tus Beck. eote r*d
_ BE * R_ QRat
N0T,CE
Department la ôf N ^. ÔB5 *î
Land Office at Halley
i her 5, 1918. - r '
! NOTICE is herbv
|D. Lunney of L^' a
on June 26. 19n
I Entry, No. 013508, ^
section 17; Ey,
township 15 northf
.Boise Meridian* hasay
intention to make tÄ
proof to establish claim
above described beton?
United States Co
Leadore, Idaho, on the
December, 1918.
Claimant names «
Robert T. Stewart Thm.
Fred Gerdes, Wiliuj'f
of Leadore. Idaho.
BEN R. GRAY
October 11 November 29
NOTICE FOR PUBl
Serial No 012'
Department of the la
Land Office at Hailey
tember 30, 1918,
NOTICE is hereby gfi
eph B. Baumhauer of ]
who, on February 20
Homestead Entry, No*
W%NE»4; NV&SE14,
township 17 north, ra
Boise Meridian, has fl
intention to make thr
proof to establish clair
above described before
ritt, United States Co
Salmon, Idaho; on the
of November, 1918.
Claimant names a
Samuel M. Jarvis, Den
H. Pyeatt, Oscar C. A
Lemhi, Idaho.
BEN R. GR1
October 4—November
NOTICE FOR PUBLICA
Serial No. 014977
Department of the Inter!:
Land Office at Hailev, I
her 1, 1918.
NOTICE Is hereby given
ter S. Barce of Lemhi. I
on April 6, 1914« made
Entry, No. 014977. for SEa
S lé NE 14: NE U SE Vi, Sec. ~
north, range 23 east, Boise
an, has filed notice of in
ïna.ke three year final prod
lish claim to the land above
ed before Allen C. Mentit,
States Commissioner at
ho. on the second day of
1918.
Claimant names as witn
ward Lawyer, Edwin L. Cali,
W. Barce, William D. Ba'"
Lemhi, Idaho.
BEN. R. GRAY, R
October 11— Novemberlô.

xml | txt