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under Act of Congres» of March 3.1897.
Weekly Recorder, 1 year Weekly Recorder, 6 month».. Wagte copi e »— ..... . .................... ... __* 2.00 ____$ 1.00 ..5 cent». J. F. MELVIN. Publisher. <-*V» __ __ - 7 * Thu paper ha* enliited with the government in the Sn^fdSvrar penoo Of me war -----------'• ■ l "........ ' ...... - - -=-== ♦ <•♦♦♦♦♦♦<•❖<• «p * ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ . .. -,,_ , ♦ 0 OUR SUBSCRIBERS * ♦ A notice from the War Indus- ♦ fioa HASpH aft WaaKinart am /II. ♦ trie* Board at Washington dl- + ♦ recta tala paper, along with all <• ♦ other newspapers, to dlscon- + ♦ tint» sending newspapers after ❖ ♦ three months after date of expl- • ♦ ration of subscription unies» re- • ♦ newed and paid for. There can + ♦ he no exceptions made to this + ruling, and the publlhera will + ♦ he reçu I red to make a sworn <• ♦ statement as to bow this gov- 4* ▼ ernment order has been carried + Î W J.'j wbo * r * * rr **rs are <• ♦ asked to settle at once don't v T i* " you * n *f Ild lo r *ed + ♦ the home paper. Dont blame <• ♦ the publishers It a a war ♦ ♦ measure—but cannot be con- f ♦ strued as a war sacrifice, to be y ♦ asked to pay what you owe. + ♦ + + + + + _____________ • !t remains to th* everlasting credit of Lmnhl countv that a matoriiv of i y ho votera were not fooled Into fav ng Frank Gooding for the United _ m senate. The political pendu reached perilously near the dead IM bn not quite near enough for lag to b® included In Its sweep, t stopped Just In time to »ave the . , ,. . . te of Idaho from electing him, ^ nd Thanksgiving day draws near, QREAT MAN FOR GREAT TRUBT. * Administrative leadership is what 1 be demanded of the next preal » nf th* Untiftut h„ * . h .t„l ' b Jected In 1920, The present democratic senate and us®. with whatever aid that can be i from pa riotlc rathei* than parti n republican minority, will have ssed all leglalatlon to meet the ditlon» of world peace. All the ii*B in h* r,..,!,. .UK ,, __ 1 ties to be made with the new na ns of the world that will cone in being as the result of the war as j ell as the new treaties with old na- j that remain will hav* h.w,n rat. ' that remain will hava btmn rat-, wl by the present senate, for tho i »» congres» does not come lnt 0 be- j g for more than a year hence. The '■"Stt "" -»"'r > enact ail the cjmprehenslve lawa ed to meet the new world con-! ü which oer country will face. i e United States I» from this time i . . . , .. I h to become the big brother of 1 the nations of the earth that are dwell together In peace, working -t thatr <i«atinv i .. w.. *' , . k . 1 lt will be a man s sise Job for the president ot United Slates to ( lniater thla great trust to secure brotherhood of mankind. In the 1 . eye at this time there is one j nas of America who seetns to | . re Up to the requirement«. He bla I-« ___ and u**a hiB mi'im, m Pig Meat and uaes big means to them out. It was hla. work i rgely that prepared the United] tea to win the war. He lined up ' IT?'V"' 1 "« T; the fighting men themselves, he the greatest organiser of the age. ] • name la William a. McAdoo. I j One result of the election in which hi county people have more thau . . paaalng interest la the fact that ; e Ensign Is retired to the prac or hi* *i ik. k-r of his profession at the bar. ' a Jurist presided at one or two 'tons of our district court, and 1 k. .......... . M rein era be red her« until he forgotten. I I Osman government, alnce the ; Jetton of the kaiser ha* oansed ! w w ? ■ n<l * p,u '** H, i the band» of one Frederick Ebert, socialist, who succeeds Prince i 1 it*. .. 1-. »k- a Ian as wmelor The Ger people who fear that sort of i it ag should send for Frank Good i I to save them from the "rank so Ham" of the kind that Frank has « saved ua from here in Idaho. II» Bensfltt.il few ChamkftriftU'ft * y * Y*feiJ»? Ch8m ** rl • j « .k ,, rY***". . j J am thankful tor the good I have ' r *® using Chamberlain's —** • u' ul ,wo yrar» ago when j -f i"* n f 4hem I was suffering ' it deal from distress after eat aad from headache and a tired. 1 -*a feeling due to Indigestion a torpod liver. Chamberlain's j corrected these disorders in, «»# .u' acd 8 i nc8 ,ak, °k «wo ; - «L, th * n l, nir be ' a, ' h R" been ly era v v p - H a «wrood. o-.-AL L. G. Het Balmon T)ruggl»t. i ARM8TICE SIGNED u* Tribune) With the signing of the armistice ! fighting ceased November 11, and ;the war against Germany. Austria, Turkey and Bulgaria has been won. Ndver again will the peace of the be disturbed by the«. for they Ue t ' rone ,D the dUHt and at k "',' "" 'T"' T?" n«ht and are in a position to claim the gratitule of generations yet to n, « V* m m A ft, a ft A U-1 ,1« L« at jh come. Now that the clouds that have I'ung low over the world for more than f our yearil have been dissipât ed, volume» will be written concern i _____ . < . i ... .. _ ) n g the cause of the war. Us progress and conclusion. But in this supreme hour of victory all we care to snow i* that the right triumphed and that the twentieth century Hun invaders v< ere rolled back by the crusaders of the present era. Many countries »haro in the glory of the achieve ment, the United States among the number. The armstice was drafted In ac rordance with the views of President Wilson, and the peace treaty will be based upon the fourteen points laid down by the same master mind. So the people of* this country may be well satisfied with the work of the chief executive as well U s that of the American urmy in the field. Mr. Wil *on read the terms of the arrals tice to congress when It assembled • on Monday and they are sufflcently drastic to please even those who pre ,eni ' 0< l to believe that something ""J, d bp ,olrt . by reastrn of the recent, exchanges with Germany. There are eleven specifications In the strictly a "- ,mpor,ant .document. They include the evacua tlon of all invnded territories, the withdrawal of the German troopn ^ ron> l he left bank of the Rhine and HUrrwn d er 0 f a u xupplles of war. The naval terms provide for the sur r ' d «" r ,M0 submarines, fifty des ttoyers, »ix battle cruisers, ten bat tleships, eight light cruisers, and other miscellaneous ships. The terras also provide for the abandonment by Germany of the treatlea of Bucharest and Brest-Ll tovsk. Among the financial terms in cluded are restitution for damage done by the German armies; restl ,tutlon of the cash taken from the Na t,ona * b8nk of Belgium, and return of K8 * d , * k *' n Russia and Human > Th ® Immediate repatriation of nil allied and American prisoners without reciprocal action by the al H*** hI * 0 ** Included. All allied ves sels in German hands are to be sur rrn( ip red an( j Oetmsny Is to notify neutrals that they are free to trade at once on the seas with the allied countries. German troops are to re tire at once from any territory held by Hussla, Rumania and Turkey be fore the war. These are but few of the features of the terms of the ar mistlce, but they are sufficient to MfcoW th8t "Othlng but f:qtf of anni llUatlon cou)d hHvfl , ndue#d the Qer . i lluns to sign such a document. The next great task will bn the framirfk of » treaty which will Insure mepts by the various races recently liberated, the map of Europe, Asia, Kn d Africa being changed to meet Tb * t ," n , n " °/ ,h '; armistice will all be carried out and they will be amplified bythe term» of the treaty. No one is qualified to predict the full amount of punish nM 'nt which I» to be meted out to the tosera, the full extent or the tei rltory that will be taken from them, or the vast sum of money to be re «lulred as Indemnity. All these things * hr !! h ,^ h ° U i' J*'. ,he (1 p< ""'t ;Confer«nc«. tuna thw docUion will rent kith the plenipotentiaries of the vlc torious nations, Whatever they de »111 be ratified without delay by ®* ch concerned, unless we ^ , >ry , uuch mlllU ken. Among the results or the great a ar which has all but passed Into history, the fall of the house of llo domineering from the beginning. The Hupsburgs have also lost all sem blnnce of power, and the where ebouta of the Emperor Karl are vin known, but he no longer reigns over million» of hi» fel'ow creatures, °f Russia was the last of the Romanoffs, and he was asslnat ,. d a fter being dethroned. King Fer dlnund of Bulgaria and King Con »tantine of Greece tlok up the quar of ., h>1 c „ n , rRl lM)Wor . an d both have lost their crowns Rome of the German statea have likewise depos ih! their "more auguat" sovereign« and ^jh rub , the*n»elvea hereafter. Hepubiica ar® arising upon the ruins of these empires and kingdoms and the away of democracy is being ex tended far and wide. According to the latest estimate, 10,000.00« lives were sacrificed dur in« the titanic »truggle. but the cost 1 " money cannot be estimated be cause the expenditure did not atop wbvn , h ^ men fl Kb tlng. That it will run far into the billiona goes w,,hout **- v ! n * Thr of proper ty destroyed will never be known. but la enormous, of course. The an guish and suffering «lue to the war cannot be measured. But if t*e world Is Indeed made safe for democracy by the defeat of the central powers * nd of a «reaty which ia something more than a mere acrap of paper, the sacrifice« will not have been made in vain President Wilson believes this will b« accompn»he«l. In a proclamation Issued to the peo pie of the country, announcing the signing of the armstice, he says: "The armstice was signed this morning Everything for which America fought has been accomplish **d. It will now be our fortunate duty to assist by Uxaznpie, by sober friend ly council and by material aid in the council and by material aid. In the «-stnblishment of Just democracv throughout the world " _ _________ Lemhi county November 5th, 1818, circulated over Lemhi there was county a statement signed by the fol lowing persons, stating among other-) things, that the recent cases against i the Board of County Cgmmisaioners of Lemhi county had coat Lemhi ïoavers a consider-, able sum of money, to wit: I „ _____ . county and it« taxpayers a consider-, W. M. Carpenter w.cj*.. t K. j S. M. Jarvis w ' B norn ' inr. c. f. Hanmer, «Ï™ '„(""'."b" ££„'M!S S • pa >f r * Q J* 1^!, ,11 L^r ^ " - aln)it th< l ji oftrd ôf County commis . . r 1 ; ! K Toners. and the appeal cases from, t i.,, D 0iir ,i referred to in said state- ; m( . nt have not cost Lemhi county I and j,. taxDavcrs one dollar: on the 1 . ^ / .... ____ ____ _ ! make an itemized statement show j nf? the items and the amount of enC h item wherein Lemhi county ex j,ended any money in these enses, I other hand there has been paid into the Lemhi county treasury between $80 and *100 from the plaintiffs and defendants in these cases. And 1 ask the parties who signed the said statement as above mention ed If they will take the time to go over the records and see if ! am net* correct when I state that these cases did not cost Lemhi county one dol lar. 1 don't believe that on4 of the parties above mentioned knows they tills time, or knew at the time they signed said statement, whether or not said cases coat Lemhi county anti it» taxpayers a cent, excepting J. L. Klrtley, the clerk of the court of Lemhi county, who knew at the time he signed said statement and now knows that these cases did not cost Lemhi county or its taxpayers one cent, and if Mr. Kirtley will will gladly pay him for his trouble, and if he will publish said itemized statement In each of the county pa pers I will pay for the publication. I also further request. In fairness to me, if the above named parties find that I have stated matters cor rectly, that they publish a statement in each paper vindicating me. Respectfully submitted, W. c. SMITH LEGAL ADVERTISING NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Serial No. 016130 Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Halley 1 » Idaho, Octo jber 14, 1918. NOTICE Is hereby given that Oil ver J. Randall of Salmon. Idaho, who, on September 29, 1914, made Homestead Entry, No. 016130, for a tract of about 70.17 acres within the Salmon National Forest, embraced in Homestead Entry Survey No. 431, List 4-662, approximately in sections 5 and 6. township 19 north, range 21 east Boise Meridian, described by metes and bounds as follows: Begin ning at corner No. 1, a porphyry stone marked H|l, whence the For est Service Monument (hereinafter f* described) bears N. 65 degrees E. 12 chains extending thence S. 65 de* grees W. 39 chains; thence S. 20 de grees E. 13 chains; thence S. 77 de grees 45 min. E 13 chains; thence N. 65 degrees 30 ,mln. E. 29 chains; thence N. 20 deg. W. 16 chains to the place of beginning. Variations 19 de grees 30 min. E. Sakl Forest Service Monument consists of a porphyry rock, whence the southeast corner of Sec. 32, T. 20 N„ R. 21 E„ bears 8. 84 degrees E. 41 chains. There is excepted therefrom a strip 30 feet wide described as follows. Beginning at a point on line H[5 to H|1 of tho tract, whence corner No 1 bears N. 20 degrees W. 5 chains; extending' thence 15 feet on each side of a line running S. 39 degrees W. 11.40 chains; thence 8. 12 degrees W. 11 50 chains to the place where the end of the strip closes on the boun dary line of the tract, which point is on line H|4 to Hj6, whence corner No. 4 bears 8. 55 degrees 30 mtn. W. 29 chains, has filed notice of inten tion to make three year proof to es tablish claim to the land above des cribed before Allen C. Merritt. Unit ed States Commissioner, at Salmon. Idaho, on the twelfth day of Decem ber. 1918. Claimant names us witnesses: William H. Shoup. Benjamin E. Dil lon. Thomas Mscksy Frank Durand. 1 ALL of Salmon. Idaho , » ben R. GRAY. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Serial No. 019020 Department of the Interior, U S. Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, Sep tember 25. 1918. , NOTICE Is hereby given that i Charles M. Burroughs of Lemhi, Lemhi county. Idaho, who, on No-1 vember 18, 1918. made Homestead: Entry. No. 019020, for S'* NWVi ; SW'i. section 17., township 18 north, rang«' 24 east, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make three year final proof to establish claim to the land above described before Erle H. Casterlln. Probate Judge, at Salmon, Lemhi county, Idaho, on the twentieth day ot No vember. 1918. Claimant names as Witnesses; * Mark D Miller. Joseph D. Grady. Walter GUI, Loren* 0 H. Allison, All of Lenthi. I.emhl countv, Idaho _______ BEN R GRAY, RegUter. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Serial No. 017788. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Halley, Idaho, Sep tember 55. 1918. NOTICE is hervbp given that Wil ber B. Hays of Tendoy, Idaho, who. On May 20. 1915. made Homestead Entry. No 017788. for SE», NW'* NE'* SW' 4 ; SW» 4 NWI» ; Lot 4. Section 5. Townsrlp 19 north. raTige 24 «-ast. Boise Meridian, has flted no tice of intention to make three year final proof, to establish claim to the lan«i above describ'd befor«' Allen C. Merritt. Unltt'd States Commission er. at Salmon. Idaho, on the twenti eth day of November. 1918. Claimant names as witnesses; Clarence Pyeatt of Tendoy. Idaho; William J Jolly of Tendoy. Idaho: | BEN R. GRAY, Regist October 4—November 8. --- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ] Serial No. 024634 ; c i Department of the Interior, L. S. Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, Octo b er 24, 1918 . , . I NOTICE is hereby given that John x . rirrT ,. L . Ia _ h „ that Tnhn i Claimant names as witnesses : William Ling, Samuel M. Jarvis, 1 I) » n/lnl nh W TP 111/Ot UGfl to maKe nnai uiree year proof to establish claim to the land 1 ............. ; Boise Meridian, has filed notice ot intenton to make final three year ! above described before Allen C. Mer 'ritt. United States Commissioner, at Randolph W. Tlllotson, Dan Bahm, ; ALL of Lemhi, Idaho. I BEN R. GRAY, Register. November 1 December 6.__Placer ■ » ■— ~ ■ 1 — aboth be NOTIC LS'N.TkS* T '° N ! Department of the^"interior U S Ä'Ä1 Idahi Octo : B ber 21, 1918. NOTICE is hereby given that Eliz sooth Bellingham of Clover, Valley county, Idaho, who, on July 13, 1914, ......,11_______.„„.I X7c fll K7aa HU, WUU, uu u Ui V ZU| x»/*w f made Homestead Entry, No. 015709, for wy 2 NE'/ft ; SE«/* NE%; NWV* SE'i, section 24. township 21 north, range 12 east, Boise Meridian, filed notice ^ intention to make three year final proof to establish claim to the land above described be- ; fore F. S. Logue, United States Com miMsioner, at Cascade, Valley_coun-, *y» Idab ®> on the tbird day of I)ecem ' b, '' a Calmant names as witnesses: Eryc Jensen of Clover, Idaho; Jake Jensen of Clover, Idaho; Sam Wil son of Profile, Idaho; Joe Davis of Yellow Pine Basin. Idaho. , BEN R. GRAY, Register. November 1-29. _ NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION I Serial No. 014079 ! Department of the Interior, U. S. i and ()lUc^ ni a t Hailey, Idaho, Octo- ' er 21, 1918. to NOTICE is hereby given that Gust O Swanson of Leadore, Idaho, who, on October 20, 1913, made Home-1 Special Shoe Prices Our Chippewa High Top Boots Sold at.'............... ..............................................$12.00 are now $9.50 Our Chippewa Regular Work Shoes Sold at—.— ................................$8.25 are now $5.50 and $6.50 Our Walk Over Dress Shoes, Black or Dark Tan Sold at $7 and $9 now $6.00 & $7.50 We stand back of all our shoes sold. There's a combination of GOOD SOUND rea sons for this store's continued growth—Depend able Fair Prices—Considerate service—Every thing guaranteed te satisfy the customer. For these reasons you will find this store the most sat isfactory place to trade. You'll never know what is offered by this store until you give us a trial. TJhe sooner you try us the better it will be for you. tion to you. • MACK'S BOOT SHOP What Your Money Is Doing for Your Boys Over There. ' Or— III ÏÎL tcause they'*make So^le^ H ° SP,ta,S * They think the * *** d *^rous *an For every Hut or Hospital destroyed Pershing wants two more built. What do you say?. Let's aU Wp. This space donated by RED CROSS PHARMACY UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN * t • THE REXALL 8TORE SALMON, IDAHO. RED CROSS PHARMACY Ihs Pioneer Store SHIPMENT JUST RECEIVED OF \ WOOLEN DRESS GOODS* ALL Wool c\a/cA re B Ä POCKET BOOKS, GLOVES LADIES' and GENTIL «J 0 ™ COTTON AND WOOLEN BLANKET« NECKT, ES. BABY CROCHETED CA pÏ " CH,KF# ' SKA ™ Û SETS ' SCARFS ' FOR^ ch^tm/s 0 ;m MANY 0TMER ART,CLES SU,T * BLE Always Desirable Congoleum Rugs "PioTveev M.etc. ltd. Ü, WIWUBU11) « uurui, range 24 east, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make ] three year final proof to establish ; c i abn to the land above described bpfore Allen C. Merritt, United Stateä Commissioner at Salmon, Idaho, on the sixteenth day of De cember, 1918. „SÄ BT/aÄ i e> No™iiS P !,"bT e™.. ib.t .be Bohannon Dredging Company, by Jack Marshall, its Attorney in Fact, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PATENT United States Land Office at Hail-.* whose postoffice address ia Salmon.. Lemhi County, Idaho, has filed an application for patent for the Shenon Mining Claim, situated In thej ! 1 NWU of NE % of SW* of section;^ 28. towaahip 21 porth. w 22 M j : B °Th' »Ä g tracta «a Ut. aopM. anA ppat bnv» been natented to Mar- 1 and east have been patented to Mar-j tha E. Simpson, that on the north patented to Cordelia I. Blasingame, j J ,U.t —cntaraH U_ ytucutcu to vuiucun *• I and that on the west was entered bv i Augustus Beck. 1 BEN R. GRAY, Register. has____ _ NOT|CE 0 F 'APPLICATION FOR PATENT ; UnIted States Land office, Hally, Idaho Septembe r 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 app ijcation for patent for the Fair playy P i acer Mining Claim, situated , n the Bobann(m Mining District, Lemhi County, Idaho, and embracing the NW y 4 of NW ^ of NW14 of sec I tlan ^ tow "sWP 21 north * 23 ! eaat - U 0 * 86 , Meridian. i Tbe adjoining tracts on the east, ' south and west have been patented to Gustave Pabst, assignee, and* that on the north was entered by Isaiah Bohannon, BEN R. GRAY, Register. United qtnfoo T „ . _ , „ _ . . ^»nu Off; Id ~?' Septemb€r 6. 1918. NOTICE is hereby given Bohannon Dredging Com »« 41 Jack Marshall. Its Attornev E y ' whose postoffice address i B o. Lemhi County, Idaho hâ# «,* application tor patent foTthe"^ "Äfe - adjoining tracts on the P? n bave been n» ,*« Cordelia I. Blasingame, ^ on the south was entered bv 116 Beck. BEN R. ÖRAY. He» NOTICE FOR REPUBLICAT Serial No. 013503 Department of Üra Yntew,, , Land Office at u.n nter ior, . Bey. Idaho, ucr 1S18 - D N ? T ' CE '"»"byev.n th „ ju"" ey 26 0f 1Q V« ador e. Idaho, "«« -g»; |""»» •«; EW L . nSplp " north, ranee M . R a,»? 01 ? 1 ' ran 8® 26 . " er '" ,ap 4 filed notice "V . *® Jîî a r e year PCOOf tO PStablish Cl flint ,V. nrftn » 1- oafoKlI t, . , JC«r » ^ aim to the U iîr^Tfrt fi) t ed b * fore Q- L W f.^ 68 Commissioner Id 5 bo - on the sixth day CiaTmant «»^ names as witn»—- Robert T. Stewart, Thomas Km Fred Gerdes, William R. Keatiw of Leadore. Idaho. BEN R. GRAY, Réglât», October 11 November 29. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Serial No. 012732 Department of the Interior n Land Office at Halley, Idaho tember 30, 1918, NOTTCE is hereby given that J eph B. Baumhauer of Lemhi M who, on February 20/ 1913' Homestead Enta No. 012732, w^JNJH»4 f NHSE%, section north, range 24 Boise Meridian, has filed notice intention to make three year proof to establish claim to the above described before Allen C. rit*. United States Commissioner Salmon, Idaho; on the thirtieth ' of November, 1918. Claimant names as wltn - Samuel M. Jarvis, Den Bahm, H. Pyeatt, Oscar C. Amonson, all Lemhi, Idaho. BEN R. GRAY, Register. October 4—November 8 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Serial No. 014977 Department of the Interior. (J. Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, Oct ber 1, 1918. NOTICE Is hereby given that W ter S. Barce of Lemhi, Idaho, on April 6, 19144 made Home Entry, No. 014977, fqr SE}4 NW 'S% NE 14; NE'4SÈ%, Sec. 30,'TV north, range 23 east, Boise Meri an, has filed notice of intention make thre e- yea r final proerf to esta lish claim to the land above descrl ed before Allen C. Merritt, Unit States Commissioner at Salmon, ho, on the second day of Deccan 1918. Claimant names as -witnesses; ward Lawyer, Edwin L. Call, Geo W. Barce, William D. Bates, all Lemhi, Idaho. BEN. R. GRAY, Register. October 11—Novemberl5.