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The Idaho R-ecorder
■kt*r*d January 6. ÏWJJT Os Kowd^ilui matter, in th« poetoffice at
non, Idaho, under Act of Contre»» of March 3. 1897.
*kly Recorder, 1 year_i____________________________ 12.00
•kly Recorder, < month« ___________________________ ji.oo
»*• ............_..................... „...5 cents.
J. F. MELVIN, Publisher.
ENGLISH
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large section of the English
»» considéra the utterances of
teals In the United States of the
as n f Qnnninm L r nnt 0 _.s j i
>s of Senators Knox and Lodge
oet treasonable. The great states
» of our allies who are confirming
a|ctory over militarism by pro
in* a safe and unanimous treaty
peace cannot
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appreciate the qua!
of patriotism that will discount
results of the war for partisan
antages. it Is pointed out that
ry republican who wns elected to
cress In November promised bin
stituents to support the president
the prosecution of the war and;
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determination of
.ce in accordance with the presl
tt'a well-known policies. It Is a
t that those professing patriots!'
(• become cavilling obstruction
I before the fruits of victory can
made secure for humanity. Manyldrs
the newly elected senators and
•reaentatlves have made such pro
tncamenta before their new terms
office have been Inaugurated, The
rdy English lawmaker Is never
.rue to hla constituents. If he re
■lated his pre-election policy (jIh
m Of office would end soon afler
o*St his first vote on any Impor
.t measure. Many of our newly
Cted senators and congressmen
/« earned retirement under the
<• earneu retirement unuer tnei
Icy that restrains the English law
b» r
her.
>RK OF INFA.dOUaP
OPAGANDA.
t has developed that the whisky
st expended large sumsHUf money
propaganda to produce sentiment
orable to the use of whisky as a
BwdF'Of the flu. It was a theory of
propagandist that the belief that
lsky would Have life ln this epl
nlc of frightfulness would have an
♦uence to defeat th»> federal prohi
Ion amendment which Is to he an
He In many slates this winter.
The American Health associai ion
Ils annual meeting In Chicago a
weeks ago unqualifiedly con
Limed Ihe use of alcoholic stlmu
In Hti cases and as a prevent
medicine. Every medical asso
tlon In the country has condemn
the use of whisky as a remedy or
pventlvo of flu In about the sain •
jins. It has been demonstrated
the universal effect of nlccoholie
aulants is to Inflame the mucuous
mbrane and to farm a perfect
for disease germs to lodge,
Itiply and operate
jfhiH whisky propaganda appealed
the desires of one class of people
to the prtmnl Instincts of the un
nktng other classes. There re
in* an Inherited filth In the
indmuther's ",verbs," asafoetida,
and whisky but only the lat
has the dignity of a paid propa
ida In these times of friintic n
vreh.
some of the larger prohibition
les the appeal for whlskv an
latched mob violence. official*
hied In some I nuances to force of
sene tient and «dually deliv
cootnibar..1 whisky for the use
afflicted families. It turn out
this deliberate prep,u indu p
or ignorance and to a primal In*
net cau««d t>» deaf' of hundreds
victim i.
GRANGE ALIVI TO ISSUES
The decision of the national con
IntIon of the Grange to take a hand
politics Is an encouraging sign of
pr Kressiveness of American
[mers, iuiiny pretended friends or
Ol.tnge, both inside and outside
organization, have cautioned
tlnst the Grange taking up pollt
gestions, ,>n the theory that It
right to organize for hotter pigs
more grain to the acre but^ ull !
mg to organize for hotter laws
better government. The Grange
all farmer organizations, should
out of partisan polities, but no
>up of organized citizens should
rain from discussing and acting
public questions. Seir gov «rnment
good government require the ne
participation of all thinking
Izens If politics really Is a
.»me " it is too vital ami Impor
a "game" to be t»*rt to ward
elers, brewers, gang
Through polities laws are made j
law is the most important thing
ecting citizens The citizen Is \i- r
- - - politicians
big interests which subsidize
wspajit-ra and flnauce political par
affect «si by law every minute of
day and night. He can not es
It. Every law made or repealed
him in some wav. either dl
tly or Indirectly; and failure lo
certain laws makes for his proa
rity and happiness, or the oppo*
Ia»w has a bear'ng o - ? every*
he does He is up against aouie
at every turn of the road Law
longer merely affects a citizen
Itically. It nffeetft him eeonoml
Law» determine hla economic
Grotto-nt of those wit** whom h -
»is, to his or her advantage. For
fanners' organization to declare
has no interest In politic* and
»refore in laws, which are made
result of iHiPtir*. Is absurd and
merely playing the game of Fie,
nopoltsis. Industrial deposit* and
politicals, who fear th« com- |
people and their organizations,
'h«- National Grange, m conven- >
at Syracuse. N. Y. rocen lv «e 1
nded fall representation for farm- !
tn all law-making bodies. Mate!
national That means the Grange !
going to take a tnorv active part
politics. The Grange Is primarily
economic organization, interested !
•By In c<llc»peen%r »• btoiny* and
In« depends largely on law. Law i
Zttake for the success or failure
co-operation, can create uundl
M that will make co-operation in
Ing and selling hard or easy A „3
jso the Granite wants farmer« to have
a hand In law making proportionate
1 £* h * ,r . [ l " m ''. r ' ca! «[Mirth, that
[^ n !u* rH ln '*" r *' ,,t " may be protected
1 L. l ^ h "Æ"« An '' ,0 , do
«Ilftf tllf (rraHKC flUlüt b^COIHC H ffIC
tor , n nonport Uiln pt ,ut|rH. Nonpar
Itisan Leader v
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LAND BOARD IS VI..-HCATEO
j a letter from noise »ay«: An «per
,naUl " r the campaign and on which
members of the retiring board
jIR've added to their defeat, but ha*
iV*ul*ed in their vindication (came
| with the handing down of a decision
by the supreme court upholding the
board In Its action of nullifying the
Httl ,. of Btatc |aBd ln MadUon county
Rexburg This sale and the
made immediately thereaf
sensatlon. The land
j .
; ,
j , '* r created
> board authorized the sale. Many bid
took part In It. State Land Com
mlssloner Sinout agent of the board,
conducted it. After the sale the
charge was made that competetive
bidding had been prevented It was
alleged that the bidders had gotten
together and by lottery had taken
chances to hid and these chances
changed hands at a bonus. The attor
ney general made an investigation.
He held the sale had not been legal.
The board cancelled it. Commission
Bmout thereafter resigned after
.. , . V. . .*
,h , e bo » r, ' *° npoliglze to the
bidders for inferences made that
their conduct wus not proper in con
nectlon with the sale, The bidders
applied to the supreme court for a
writ of mand .te to e< mpel the board
( I Issue to them certificates of sale
to the land they purchased deelar
Ing they purchased the land in good
faith and the stale had received and
appraised value of the land The su
preme court denied the writ and up
held the land board In Its act annul
Ing the Male.
NO FEAR AND ALL CARE IN
TREATMENT OF INFLUENZA
According to the report brought to
Salmon by Dr. Stratton, who has
Just come from the east, the doc
tors, ev< n those who are eminent in
the practice of medicine, have yet
t'» discover a spécifié for the success
ful cure of so-called Influenza. The
disease is general throughout th>
country. In some localities more vir
u'lent than in others, bdt puzzling
physicians everywhere, says Dr.
Stratton, and aM are dole g what they
can to effect cures. In the opinion of
well Informed nodical men the dis
ease is yet to be mastered, hut n >
fear and all care seem to be having
the best results In Its treatment so
rar along, ,
The Stratton« Ar« H«r«
Dr. Owen T. straiten und his son
I'a til arrived In Salmon on Monday,
from Lllchfleld, Illlonls, where Mrs.
Stratton and the son Fete will re
main for a time longer till a new
limite can be secured for the family
In :'111111011 Dr. Stratton came on an
uigent call by wire, being needed
here in his old heme In the .ifflle
tlonu from the epidemic that have
overtaxed the other physicians. As
soon as he stepped from the train
lie was im uediately off on profes
sional calls in the city and through
out the community
Both the Strattons, father and son
now here, have been in training
lamps, the father a» an army Mir
aeon and the son in aviation.
No Word From Kenneth McBride
Senator Nugent, who was appealed
to for Infot .nation about Kenneth
McBride, from whom Ids mother In
Salmon had had no word for a long
time, wires Newton Hlbbs that there
has been no report or Kenneth'
name In the casualty list, so that
anxiety on that score has been re
lleved.
FREDERICK A. ROAD.
iFiudetUk A. Hoad died Saturday
at his home on River street nf:et a
two weeks' illness of influenza. He
was 3H years of age. He leaves n
willow and four ehildren, one of
'hem a bkbv. others 1ihvP>r bei n ill
[In the ssnnt household but now eon
iM danger. He also 'caves
two sisters. ^$lis Sam Hershberger
of Sulmon and Mrs Martin of Uas
l»er. Wyoming: also two brothers,
Rodney Rond or California, and Hnr
r y Rond who is in the arn-v, stek
, _ ,
°®
Camp Lewis.
at
CARD OF THANKS
The famllj of the late Fred Road
to neighbors and friend« for the
many arts of kindness during tfu
sickness and at death rf fit her and
husband MRS ROAD and FAMILY. 1
Quick Cur« for Croup
Watch for the first symptoms.
hoarsenes| and give
t'ough Remedy at once
and effectual. For sale by E. G. Het
finger. Salmon Druggist
Buy a Ticket for a W eek's
Good Eating and Cooking.
Il Y. (Arts
Where Meal* are Served
21 for |S.50
RCGVLAR MEALS 50c
Henry Georg* has opened the
dining room of Brough House
and serve* the best meals there
is to eat at Reasonable Price*
e Chntub.4d.ilnV
vce lt D p.omm !
lie bv F G H.o
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Chamberlain's Tablets
When you are. troubled with indl
gestion or constipation, lake Cham
berlain's Tablets.. They strengthen'
the stomach and enable it to perform 1
Its functions naturally. Indigestion
is usually accompanied by constipa
lion and is aggravated by It. Cham
berlain's Tablets cause a gentle
movesnent of the bowels relieving)
the constipated condition. For sale)
Lum How on M
Lum How, famous Chin
ese cook long time connect
ed with the Wo Hop restau
ran t in Salmon, has return
I i f wp n L nn , vn
be-!® 0 TO . Uiai VNe11 Knoun eat -
I P*ÛCe.
Gopd waiter lady in atten
dance on tables
£»em\û Co.
RANCH AND CITY PROPERTIES
FIRE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
SURETY BONDS, FARM LOANS
We handle only responsible com
panies.
Notary Public.
Phone or address P. J. DEMPSEY,
Manager.
Or. J. M. ASHLEY
DENTIST
Gas Given
I. O. O. F. Bldg. SALMON, IDAHO
LOUIS FREY
GENERAL PLUMBING AND HEAT
ING
SALMON. IDAHO
Get my estimates, which are always
furnished.
UK. COSA R elPPfcNGER,
OSTEOPATH
Salmon Idaho
Office Hours 10 a. tn. to 5 p.
Special attention to out of town
patients.
WANTED A Job for a man and wife
In mine, dredge boat, or saw mill.
Wife excellent cook, and man
miner, woodsman, expert saw-filer,
handy man, also experienced irri
gator. Inquire at The Recorder of
fice.
LEGAL ADVERTISING
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Serial No. 010980
024100
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office ut Hailey, Idaho, Decem
ber 28, 1918.
NOTICE Is hereby given that
Jesse Root of Warren, Idaho who,
on March 6, 1912, made Forest
11 imedead Entry No. 010980, and
who on June 28, 1918, made Add'l
liiinestcud Entry, Serial No. 024100,
for a tract of 157.65 «eres within the
Idaho National Forest in sections 26
and 27, unsnrveyed township 23
north, range 12 cast, Boise Meridian,
embraet d in Homestead entry sur
vey No. 293, List Nos. 742-4-480 and
I 1998, more particularly described by
metes und bounds us follows: Be
ginning ut comer No. 1, from Whence
United states Locution Monument
No. 298, heurs north 78 00' west 1.81
chains distant; thence S. 69 07' east
11.00 chains to corner No. 2; thence
south 20 53' west 79.70 chains to
corner N i. 3; thence north 69 07'
st 24.(8) chains to corner No. 4;
thence north 2o 53' east 46.05 chains
to corner No. 5; thence south 69
•■■ist 10.00 chains to comer No.
6; thence north 2o 53' east 33.75
chains to corner No. 1, the place of
'Vginning, lias Hied notice of Inten
tion to make five year proof to es
tablish claim to the land above des
hed hi tore Allen C. Mi rritt, Unit
I But.es Commissioner, at Salmon,
Idnho, on the 8th day of April, 1919.
Outillant names us witnesses: E.
K. Parrott, August Hutzelt, Eric
Jat'sim, Jacob Janson. all of Warren
Idaho.
BEN R. GRAY, Register
January 3 February 7
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Notice of Proof of Application of
Water to Bencllctal Use.
Notice is hereby given that at 10 a.
tn. on tlie 23rd day of January, 1919,
at Leadore, county of Lemhi, state
of Idaho, before \V. H. O'Brien, no
tary public, proof will be submitted
ot tin- application t i beneficial use of
6.4 cubic feet per second of the wa
ters ot Eight Mile creek in secor
dame with the terms and conditions
of Permit No. 5531. heretofore issu
ed by the State Engineer of the
state of Idaho.
1. The name and postoffice ad
dress of the person or corporation
holding said penult Is Walter G.
Wilde, Leadore. Idaho.
2. The use to which said water
lias been applied is Irrigation and
domestic use
3. Tlie amount applied to beneftc
al us
> is
6 4 s
>cnnd fi
4.
The
pine
' where
said water is
used
is
w>,
SW u ;
See. 26
;
NEW
and SK
». Sec.
27. T.
Id N„
K. 23
K .
B M
5.
Tile
date
of the
priority
which
this noth'
hcreaft
January 23, 1910
The Proof to be subnitited under
or the license that may
issue pursuant thereto
are not intended and shall not be
construed as an abandonment b> the
»aid t'la-mant of the rights and prl
'"'Judged to him in said Eight
M .' U ' , n ' k bv » r
,r,ct wurt of ,h, ' su,h Judicial Dis
I*riel of the state of Idaho, in and for
Lemhi county, as heretofore made
uni entered. WALTER WILDE.
Claimant. ,
F'J*-- 11 v W'H.KIK. (*111*0 Eng ineer
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Lucy Light, deceased:
Notice is lii-rebv gi\cn by the un
densigned administrator of the es
tate of Lue) Light, deceased, to the
creditors of and all persons having
ctaims against deceased, to exhibit
them with the necessary vouchers
\ttlun four months after the first
pablioutlon „( tins notice to the said
administrator of Salmon, in the
county of Lemhi, state of Idaho.
1 tail'd November 23rd I9is
WILLIAM C
Administrator of the
Lucy Light, deceased.
SMITH.
estate of
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL
Ralph P- Quarles Ariel C. CTieiTy*
QUARLES &. CHERRY
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
offices in McNutt Bldg. Phone 152
' SALMON, IDAHO
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w M CARPENTER
T i.-vrmv ininn
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TENDOY. IDAHO
GENERAL AUCTIONEER
LIVESTOCK SOL
OR PI
^RAL AUCTIONEER
SOLD AT PRIVATE
■J,uc_ sale. -
HARRY KELLY'S
REAL ESTATE AND LIVE STOCK
AGENCY
SALMON. IDAHO
.
Offlce, McNicoll Building, over Ev
erett's store.
Special attention given to the
diseases such
varicose
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W. C. WHITWELL M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Salmon, Idaho
attention
treatment of chronic
as rheumatism, indigestion, nervous
troubles, goiter, catarrh,
veins, etc.
FRED V. BI8COE,
FARM LOANS
(nsurauue, Auditing and Collecting.
Salmon, Idaho
CHARLES F. HAN MES,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office, Steele Building, Main Street
Residence Phone 51, Office Phone 4.
BURBRIOGE & CAPERON TRANS
FER COMPANY
GENERAL TRANSFER WORK AND
HAULING, SALMON, IDAHO.
PROMPT SERVICE AND ALWAYS
RELIABLE
JAMES A OWENS' TRANSFER
MOTOR TRUCK
Baggage and small parcels delivered
anywhere. Phone 175.
DR. L L. HUBBARD.
DENTIST
Modern Dentistry in all its branches
Office in Steel BJuck. Phone 19
Res. Phone 50
8almon, Idaho
L. E. GUENON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Offices I. O. O. F. Bldg.
_ Salmon, Idaho
New Shipment of Rubbers & felts
JUST ARRIVED
Spacial Prices During the Holidays
Men's 4 Buckle Arctic Reduced to................$3.50
Men's High Cut Felt Shoe, Rubber heels...... 3.25
Men's High Cut all felt bottom...................... 2.65
Men's Heavy Moose Moccasin...................... 2.75
Men's Heavy Sheep Moccasin........................ 1.75
Men's Heavy Felt Insole.................................25
Men's Heavy High Felt Sox.......................... 1.85
Men's Holiday Slippers different styles suit
^ able for presents...................;.................... 1.75
( hippewas and Walk Over Shoes in all styles at
Lowest Prices in Town.
01 course we do repairing and solicit mail orders.
Mack's Boot Shop
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DANGER
DONT
NEGLECT
THAT
COUGH
A small bottle ot Rexall Cherry Bark Cough Syrup may save you from a se
vere sick spell and perhaps death. For sale only at THE REXALL STORE
RED CROSS PHARMACY
QUALITY" PURITY SERVICE
THE REXALL STORE
SALMON, IDAHO.
Tlve Pioneer Store
* SEE OUR NEW CRETONNES and ROBE BLANKETS.
aOTTON BATS .............................$1.75
WOOL BATS $4 CO
PICTORIAI REVIEW PATTERNS
SHIPMENT JUST RECEIVED OF
WOOLEN DRESS GOODS. ALL WOOL SWEATERS. BOTH COTTON AND WOOLEN BLANKETS
POCKET BOOKS. GLOVES. LADIES' and GENTS' HANDKERCHIEFS. SKATING SETS SCARFS
NECKT,«. „»BY CROCHETED JACKETS CAPS. MANY OTH E R AR T fcLES STABLE
FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS.
Always Desirable Congoleum Rugs
Yvoweev "Wteve,
ltd.
LEGAL ADVERTISING
NOTICE TO CRED'TORS
Estate of Simon Welser, deceased:
Notice is hereby given by the un
dertsigned, administrator of the es
»ate of Simon Weiser, deceased to
the creditors of, and all persons hav
ing claims against said deceased, to
exhibit them with the necessary
within four months after
th( . flr8t puW i C ation of this notice to
the said administrator at Carmen in
Dated December 10th, 191k.
J. E. CROOK,
Administrator of the estate of Si
mon Weiser, deceased.
December 13—January
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of John W. Halcombe. de
ceased:
Notice is herby given bv the under
signed administrator of the estate of
John W. Halcombe deceased, to the
creditors of, and all persons having
claims against the said deceased, to
exhibit them with the necessary
within 1'ou.r months after
the first publication of this notice to
the said admisistrator at Salmon in
the county of Lemhi, state of Idaho.
Dated December 10th, 1918.
BENJAMIN F. GOLLTHER
Administrator of the estate of
John W. Halcombe, deceased.
December 13—January 3. .
vouchers
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Serial No. 014267
018743
Department of the Interior, U.
Land Offijre at Hailey, Idaho, No
vember 18, 1913.
NOTICE is hereby given that John
Hall of Leadore Idaho, who on
November 17, 1913, made Forest
Homestead Entry No. 014267, and
ho on December 13, 1915, made Ad
ilitional Hometsead Entry No. 018743
for, a tract of 146.39 acres within
the Salmon National Forest, embrac
in Homestead Entry, Survey No.
Ml, Lists 4-885 and '-1-1521, in un
iurved tow nship 17 north range 27
east Boise meridian more particular
described by metes and bounds as
follows: Beginning at corner No. 1
from whence United States Lo
cation Monument No. 202 (ac
cepted) bears S. 89° 45' W. 158.65
chains distant: thence N. 53' 10' E.
89 43' E. 24.91 chains to corner
No. 3; thence S. 27' 53' E. 14.92
54.20 chains t n corner No. 2; thence
chains to corner No. 4; thence S. 79'
W. 23.15 chains to corner No. 5;
thence S. 54' 57' W. 54.66 chains to
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LEGAL ADVERTISING
thfrçe N. 28°
■fcorner No. 6;:, thfcr.ee N. 28" 24' W.
19.98 chain« fo comer No. 1 the place
___________
D f beginning has Bled notice of inten
1 tion t0 lna i C e three year final proof
tQ establish claim to the land above
jbeü before Q. L. Webb, United
g Commissioner, at Leadore,
on the flflec . nth day of Janc
'
1919.
Claimant
i -JA H phase
....... ' R . k p'_,
i".'ÄÄo.
names as witnesses:
Alfred Huffman,
ank Goodwin ALL
BEN R. GRAY, Register.
November 29—January 3._
Aplications for Grazing Permits.
NOTICE is hereby given that all
applications for permits to graze
, cattle, horses and sheep within the
gxLMON NATIONAL FOREST dur
j ng the season of 1919, must be filed
jn mv of f ice at Salmon, Idaho, on or
before January 4. 1919. Full infor
mal j 0 n in regard to the grazing fees
(0 b(? c h ar ged and b'ank forms to be
use(] in ma king applications will be
f urn j s hed upon request.
s c SCRIBNER, Forest Supervisor.
D Pcern ber 27 -
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NOTICE FOP PUBLICATION
I Serial No. 023673.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
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Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, Novem
ber 11, 191S.
NOTICE is hereby given that
George R. Williams of Lemhi, Idaho,
who, on October 19, 1917, made
Homestead Entry No. 023673, for
NEU SEU, section 4; N>/ 2 SW'.i:
SE'. SWU, section 3, township 16
__
north, range 24 east, Boise Meridian,
j has filed notice of intention to maka
final three year proof, to establish
claim to the land above described
before Allen C. Merritt, United
States Commissioner at Salmon, Ida
bo, on the sixth day of January, 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
William Ling, Samuel M. Jarvis,
Randolph \V. Tillotson, Dan Bahm,
ALL of Lemhi, Idaho.
November 22—December 27.
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STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
Notice of annual stockhholders
meeting, the Citizens, National Bank,
Salmon, Idaho.
Notice i* hereby given that the an
nual meeting of th stockholders of
tlie Citizens Natior.-il Bank of Sal
mon, Idaho, will be held at the bank
ing house of said bank in Salmon,
Idaho, on Tuesday the 14th day of
January, 1919, at 4 o'clock p. m. of
said day for the purpose of electing
a board of directors of said bank for
the ensuing year.
December 2nd, 1918.
G. B. QUARLES, Prsident.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Notice of Proof of Application of
i Water to Beneficial Use.
i Notice is hereby given that at 10
! a. ni. on the 4th day of January, 1919,
at Leadore, county of Lemhi, state
: of Idaho, before W. F. Stone, notary
: public, proof will be submitted of
I the application to beneficial use of
! 6.4 cubic feet per second of tre wa
ters of Big Eight Mile creek in ac
cordance with the terms and condi
tions of Permit No. 5530 heretofore
issued by the State Engineer of the
state of Idaho.
^ 1. The name and postoffice ad
dress of the person or corporation
holding said permit is J. A. Phipps,
Tooele, Utah.
2. The use to which said water
has been applied is irrigation and
domestic purposes.
3 The amount aplied to bene
ficial use is 6.4 second feet.
4. The place where said water is
used is NE 1 ', NEM, S 1 /- NW*,i- SV>
NEU. NU SEU and NEU SWU
Sec. 26, T. 16 N„ R. 25 E.. B. M.
5. The date of the priority which
said use is prepared to establish is
December 6, 1909.
FRED A. WILKIE, State Engineer.
December 6—27.

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