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The Idaho Recorder.
ESTABLISHED 1886
SALMON, IDAHO, JANUARY 17, 1919
VOL. XXXIII, NO. -4S
SCHOOLS NOT
TO OPEN YET
. ... r.
By direction of the county health
board, at .i hearing of the mat
t. r on Wednesday last at the court- J
1-u -, it has been found advisable ;•
continue the order of keeping the
citv .schools, dance- and theatres
closed yet awhile longer. Superinten
dent Hand is arranging that his staff
of teachers shall undertake to carry (n
on a measure of regular school work
an
„ __________________ _
by giving out lessons over the tele
phono and correspondence methods. '
which he hopes will go seme way at '
" -* **" '—
I, aat in preventing much of the loss
of time in the regular school work of
the city. To this end children are re
by
. ,
quested to get in touch with their (
teachers at once.
Mrs. W. C. McCormick will meet j
the pupils of the seventh grade in ;
their recitation room at the high
school building Monday at 2 p. m.
HANDY WASHBOILER OUT OF
DESPISED FIVE-GALLON CAN
fine of the thrifty housewives of
Salmon, and a good one |»t that,, used
to live in the mining camp at Thun-
der Mountain, where, more than a
hundred and fifty miles from hard-
ware or housefurnishing store, she
had to put up with many culinary
privations or devise such conven-
iences for herself. Generally this
good lady contrived to do some de-
vising. She always wanted a wash-
boiler but never could get one until
one day she took an old five-gallon
oil can and 'made one put of it. The
can was an ordinary receptacle
for coal oil. alw-nys plentiful
around every camp. This she opened
as to one side and rolled the side
section from Jhe middle to the ends
or rather the bottom and top of the
can, thus forming handles. With
smooht cuts alfe lob was done and a
mighty fine wash boiler was ready
for use at no cosNwhatever exr
a little ingenuity. Who says a wo-
man is no inventor?
When Harry Hettinger returns
frefill camp some Cme this month the
new family v.-Rl take for their home
■the Hines residence near the Adven
' ist church in Salmon.
lULING IN FAVOR
FARMERS' RIGHTS
der
According to the rulings of the
eneral land office at Washington |
he appeals brought in tire matter of J
ertain lands contested by Israel]
annon, Floyd W. Hixson and Wal
er C. Schofield against the Lemhi
rrgaton and Orchard company and
eter McKinney, claimed by the de
endants as mineral lands, have been
ally sustained, thus confirming the
-i ghts of plaintiffs as entrymen
hereon for honestead agricultural
urposes. A total of 360 acres are
hus set apart not for its mineral
-alue but for the homes of men. The
racts are located on Geertson creek.
his
FRANK SCHWARTZ
In the final analysis of the agon
ies for the winning of the war the
he strongest will be found in the
îake-up of such youngsters as Frank
'chwartz, who is numbered among
he dead, according to last week's
asualty list. Young Schwartz was
-e son of Anton Schwartz, a father
f Bohemian birth, himself a descen
ant, however, of Gertnan parents.
more loyal American family
uld have been found anywh»-re at
e entry of America into the war.
Frank was eager to get to tho
ont. It was suggested that, being
horseman of skill, it would be pos
ble for him to get assigned to
away from the firing line in the
re of horses. "No," he would say,
want to get to the very front, with
,-e use of my hands and the w'eap
is that are given me." At the train
jg ramp the report came hack home
he had excelled all hi* company j
rifle practice, making 13 perfect
ares out of a possible 14. He w a
fine specimen of physical manhood j
For many years he made his hom*
Tendoy on the farm of Mrs. Kirk-1
mi and a* one of the family
ade enduring friendships in the
ighborhood. His parents and all
? friends are mighty proud of his
it in the war. for they are sure
t, being anything but a slacker,
bore his,part to the er.d lik*- a
{an and that when the particulars
received »hat fact will bf abun
I
n'ly shown to hi* credit. The
ther of this fine soldier ha« invest-)
much of the savings of his life of
igality and thrift in the seeuriti
>red its patriotic citizens, all foi
countrv ,h.v both he and hi- bo;
, so w<u
UP side.- his father anil mother ;
uns Schwartz is survived by two
ters. Mrs Barnett and Mrs. Wills,
u a brother. Anton Schwartz. Jr.
t i.« recalled that young Schwartz
ck Kirkham and Roy Buchanan. aP
mbers »V this family and now all
singularly
d. were in their live.»
nd together as friends and cr ri
ions.
DAN CHICK'S DINNER PARTY
TO A FEW OF HIS F ri 1 ENDS
A dinner party given at the Hagen
fe Tuesday nicht by Dan Chick ns
>st brought together a pleasant '
party, a,- foliotes: Mr. and Mr«. 1
Finn': Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Walter C.
r. , Frank Timrlev Mr 1
Fox. -> rand Mrs. Tmgley Mr. ^
Ki« ul M : , ' Mar tori«* Burr ^
J ' ' M '
;• ; ; . ' T hol ,'" ts Poi ,', Eth
criin ber r y, country style fried eh e',
(n lobster
sweet -otatoes. asparagus tips
an Elder and Ham Sternberg The
menu carried fruit cocktail. cebuy.
..,*., . ,, ,. K „,„, .....I I
* ' * ' '
uiioje- «a am un
Tj'. 11 gauco^Temon^ and ^cherry j
' assorted* 'nuts candies tea cof- al
' ' " ' . ' * J
The* (tinner was given a* a farewell
salad, mashed potatoes.
ion,
by Mr Chick on the eve of his de
parture for his home at Tc-ndoy,
soon for a
...» home
( whence he wi!1 1( . aVe
{month's visit at Boise.
j
;
SYSTEMATIC THIEVERY IS
25
REPORTED BY CATTLE MEN 0
- j
Cattle men from almost every lo
cality in Lemhi county who use the;
ranges report heavy losses from
what is put down as systematic rust- j
ling that prevailed last summer and w
fall before the round-up. The mat- ,
ter has been brought to the atten- ; h
tion of the authorities of the coun
ties both of Idaho and Montana. Be
sides this remedy for the losses com
plained of the stock men themselves
are quietily organizing for their own
protection.
HOSPITAL REUNION
OF CAMPBELL TRIO
sult
load
aged.
!
I
etv
The impromptu meeting of three j t j
members of the Campbell family of ,
he Salmon country, all overseas, l^j a t
related as showing what strange j
meetings are possible in wartimes.
Robert Campbell and Thomas
Campbell both enlisted, one with
Company H from Boise and the oth
er from Pocatello, leaving on differ
ent dates. Their sister, Miss Vera
Campbell, who was attending an
eastern college when the war broke *
out, enlisted as a Red Cross nurse.
Not long ago she learned that one |
of the patients whom she had been ;
nursing for five days, who w as much |
bandaged, was one of her brothers, i
Before this brother left th" hospital I
the other was brought to the same j
at
ward. The reunion was a delightful
one, despite the circumstances un
der which it was enjoyed. The two
[brothers had met once in Paris, but
| „either had seen the sister,
J --
p r jjanmei jg arranging to reopen
his hospital in'Salmon at an early j
day.
IDAHO LEGISLATURE
NAMES COMMITTEES
a
j
j
BOISE, Jan. iO.-With appoint-,
ment of the standing comn . ee« in
the 'wo houses ot_ he Je*»>ature ac
complished. the Fifteenth Idaho le : ■
islature is now »reared Jo Randle,
the volume of business waiting to be
turned into its channels.
Speaker Kiger ended the days of
Speaker Kiger enaea tie ... > » m
suspense in the house today when. he
named the committees. The republi
can majority- announce •
tion of W. L Adamson o
county a% majrfri > ; j
L. McMahon of Shoshone as p. ,
whip.'
Representative Storey of Ada is per
manent caucas chairman and Ezra
P. Monson of ran in " s 1 - '
The senate has s» kh t
Lloyd Adams j>f j * * 0 " ( Y'~-.t£,r7i
Senator Ralph Nelson of Kootenai
county, caucas chairman and Sena
tor I. H. Nash of Franklin, secretary.
The more important coznmitteea
were assigned in the house by
Speaker Kiger as follows:
State affairs—Monson of Franklin,
chairman; Gudmundson of fascia.
Featherstone of Shoshone, Morgan
all
his
a
Storey of Ada and Schroedcr of Ida
h
Educational institutions—Hugo of
I Latah, chairman; Bourne of Ban
nock, Gudmudson of Cassia. Baird of
Fremont, Carpenter of N* z Pert*
Snow* or Lemhi and Schroeder of Ida
ho,
Appropriât ons—Weeks of < myon
chairmap: Anderson of Latah S,v
» rson of Jefferson, Carpenter of Nez
Perce, Young of Ada. Miller of 1 win
Falls and Hitchcock of Bonn* r
Banks and hanking- Morgan
Washington, chairman: Hun'
Madison. Tver of Ada. Stanss* r
Bonneville and Foley of ( any on
county division is going to
more important part this ses
sion than was anticipated is conced
solons with the launching of
That county
of play
foi ed by ....
two more county division bd!« tola
The first division bill was introduced
; in the senate Thursday P .-* *» '■*
two create the county of Jtrome.
Today bills to organize th* coumy
western Frenior.t
j
of
of
of
jof Clnrk out o. .
'county wua Dub-»:» a
aP cat and the county of Caribou out
all of Pannock, with Soda Springs as
the county seat were introduced.
Mr Snow is al«o a member of
ri
Mines and Mining.
RIVER VOYAGERS
REPORTED SAFE
C* ! • tor> Hurry Cue
on on his la*
and his
down
1 companion OH :.l to* l '• ' 11
^ ^ ^ ^ Iiwr ha v e U a le are
^ uai*. t silence <»t two month*
from the depths of the forbidding
icanyon. Ed \V. Williams of the I'io
avvr was '-Iking ovtr "u*
1 !Sl " ednesday wim A. \- -
I y .t the latter': ram h aucut
these travelers and he said Julius
______ ______ ...
j lhilt bis chief was sound and well
al th '* Guleke placw. the warm
J springs, further on down the rivèr.
dope's place is about T5 miles down,
while the Guleke place Is perhaps
Reimer, the commodore's compan
ion, had Just reported there, saying
25 miles further on.
According to Weimer the voyagers
had experienced many hardships on
their perilous trip, including the di.v
{abllng of their craft on rocks, the
{removal of its cargo, the repairing j
0 f damages and the trudging back
j afoot to warm springs. The commo j
dore had fallen once into the icy wa- ;
ter Ho w:is entirely submerged when
his companion rescued him alive,
j (The boat was bound to Bancroft's
w ith a load of supplies, intending to
, continue on to Lewiston. Weimer
; h a ,i found his way back to Pope's on
Wednesday, bound for his own plait-
near Shoup, Guleke intending to put
up for the return of open water at
his place. The boat left the Salmon
wharf on the 16th day of November
Cold weather caught fhe boat when
safely past the first rapids but mis
haps then overtook H, with the re
sult as stated. It w r as said the boat
load of supplies was not much dam
aged.
! In the absence and silence of the
I travelers there had been much anxi
etv for their safety. Meanwhile
j t j iere i ias be* n an accumulation of
, mail matter for Commodore Guleke
l^j a t Salmon, with nobody able to 1 >
j cate them, although they seem to
have reached within
their destination.
a few miles of
Olives in hulk at the Salmon Bak
ery.
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i
I
"FLU" SUFFERERS
AWAY FROM HOME
Willia'm H. Shoup was advised by
j wire Wednesday morning that his
son Richard, enlisted in the naval re
serve and S.in Diego, California,
had been taken ill and was in a hos
pital there. The father and mother
at once started for the bedside,
leaving Salmon by special motor
driven by Harry White, hqpitig to
j connect with the evening train south
from Armstead
Reports received last week told of
the alarming illness of Miss Alta
Hibbs in Portland. Her mother 1«
with her. The young lady has been
a Mu sufferer. Newton Hibbs was ad
a few dayH beforp of the ln .
of the two to return to Sal
^ pnd he advi|4 ed thnt , h ., v remain
■ for r . time awaiting the aba'e
ment of the epidemic at the family
hm ,
Mrs. Shoup succeeded in
ni
of
lam
L.
tor,
for
the
0.
lin
making thelr train B0Uth af , er some j.
difficully in Ketting
over the divide [by
hftd to walk from onP L rt
Ride to lhe ot her. The news came to,iff.
Salmon Thursday that their son was
; j n an improved condition.
, Thp aame visitation that took so
not
n)emb{irR of the 8ame famU y in
^ ^ w|demic all over the wor , d
claimed the mother and thr**o chil
dren of the family of Thomas Mr-,
Phcrson. a brother of the Salmon
merchant, J. M. McPherson, in their
Saskatchewan home. This news »ers
cam« to Salmon a few days ago.
dead wen* all buried the same
4 Offices Declared Vacant.
BOISE, Idaho. Jan. 10.—The
fit-»-s of register ami romnulfoiom-r,
' d vacant t •day
jlanJ board. Tii<
of *>y' M- t
v'hiffen.
of w ' ro n,nd
to
of
rtment were decla;
j
by the n» w st •*
j
positions are Is Id
I
and tjitiuiii: loner
iv* iy. Nn app'-in'
j
Attorney G* r
: al Black and State Auditor Gall»
are ill with the flu. Hugh Wood »
Spencer and Fred W. Gooding <
Shoshone will Ilk» 1 v be appointe
members of tIn highwa e.mmDsk-i
th** int
IP
Idah»
Jam
'■*
NOTICE FOR REPUBLICATION
j Serial No. 019026
of Department o
of I-and Office at
of ary 9. 1919
NOTICE i« hereby eP«*n t It
Charles M. Burroghs of L< tnbi. Ids
h i. who. <>n Noverab* r IS 191
liomest-ad Emrv Serial No
for S'- NW ,. N". SW ». », <
. wnship 1
j t
!
I
24
F dre M< ridiar. ha fil* ' " ,,K '' ' [ 'j
11 » tent ion to make 'hr«** '••>? !M * rf J
:alm
.
out
as
of
proof, to establish claim to
above des« ribed, b* '<u H.l
i terUn. Probate Judg** Ct
'Idaho, on th*- t wen y fir ' a;.- of F* h
[ruary. 1919.
! Claimant name« a* w. n-. •
; M -k I» Miller. Jr-s-t-h !
j Walt* r Gill I^oronzo H All -on. ALL
Lf Immfii 1 emhi count*. L!>ho
BEN R GRAY. Register.
'January IT— February 21.
nta,!.*;«,
L' - ' a
ion 11
la nl
I
DYKEV1LLE CAMP
IS A BUSY PLACE
toll
of
1,1 r ■
wd, r da;.-, r.iu, n !*»• of upward
t! :<• m» « P'lHirm marhro.-ry in place
end : . ■ -;-.t to up the plan'
of *h '-lUing and i > veU p* mnti
vpenditure of mon
represented In this
v
h
b\
errapnny
'* *
than *1 „;.,»h» 0 i
work right at the gates of Salmon, ln
silver and zinc ores that lie over
against the face of the mountain ,
stretching up and lengthwise as far t j
as the eye can see Engineer Dunn
told The Recorder the other day j
«UJ lRtende.1 to reduce to profit the 0
million» of tons of !».„ Dyke gold.
Recorder the other day ,,
when the reporter visited the camp [ a
that with no untoward happenings in
the delivery of Ihe few essential« injury
[the way of machinery necessary to
{be received and set a-going the on
j »ills would be grinding there and
{the cyanidine plant« doing their at»
j pointed work within a month or so.
; A transmission line from the Salmon
River Power company is being erect
ed to operate the plant
The next Issue of The Recorder
will tell about this important indus-
try that means so much for Salmon
and the development of all this re-
gion of mineral wealth; about the
model camp in its ideal location in
the midst of a wooded basin on Car-
{men creek, right up again«t the
mountain peaks that reach an altl-
>
tude of 10,000 feet. Dykevllle, be It
remembered, is within a few min
utes' ride on an automobile road
from this city. The trip was made
by the reporter with Harry Kelly,
who was taking out some land buy
ers from Montana and our car was
steered by the careful hands of form
er Sheriff E. C. Frazier.
of
Dr. Hanmer Is Appointed.
At a meeting of the board of coun
ty commissioners on Monday Dr.
t'hurles F. Hanmer was appointed
county health officer and physi
cian to the indigent poor. Dr. Wright
had held this office heretofore for a
number of years.
j
able
NEW MEN TAKE ON
LEMHI CO. AFFAIRS
two
day
Jn
!
Lemhi county affairs passed to ! li*.
ni w hands on Monday, January 13.
The change in the board of county
commis ioners affected one member
only. W. A. Briney take» the place! the
of George Grubb. jin
The clerk to the hoard I» now Will
lam W. Stmmonds. who sueneded J il»
L. Kirtley a« county recorder, audl land
tor, etc. Mr Kirtlev left the court 1
house as a private citizen after long
public service therein dating back 14 jer
years, with an intermission of two
years, during which he had been I
clerk eight years, a deputy in th<
same office two years, and assessor he
for two years. Mr. Kirtley also once
filled the office of representatives in
the legislature. j
G. W Cronkrite a* probate Judge,
Earl R. Gallbreath as treasurer. W.
0. White as assessor, Erle H. Caster j
lin as county attorney and Thomas ;
sheriff were sworn in <b
j. Strop,!
[by the chairman The sheriff appoint
L rt Raymond 8. Kinsey deputy ah-r
to,iff. The recorder named Miss Faye
Stewart d< puty. while Uo- «»■* ,
'«elected Francis A. Preston as dep-,
uty in his office. Mrs. Watkins was
not able to qualify owing to illne*»
Meanwhile Miss Barron is continu- ,
ine to hold the office.
re-elect»-d
hout opposition
The board of county commission
Peter McKinney was
ichairman witt
»ers Will b<- in .n-ssion again ti< xt
ht-ginning on Monday
it
by
river
highway fund, was order»,
ib< commissioners on Hu contract
for road cons-ruction up the Salmon
j S. T
1 fenny
j .IU»> * >
of the p<
I John I
*«)»»! e was
for th*
-am* co.
j It is
an item
has been appointed
eace at la ador»*. and
appointed constable
urt.
worthy of not< that,
jihe routing official» who coHtp»JS««l
j t he f ed* - r a 1 draf board are still h**i<l
for duty at the court house. The
w.,r!- outlined will call for constant
service for about two weeks. an«I it
! s not known what other du'i» « may
I com»* up M< mV Kirti<*y. Frazier
!ar;l Wr ,ht i,n- till firmly bound on
this Job by I nch Sam, and without
»•omp**n»a: ion. of course.
f<

[ 'j ear », R n f busln
, »..
Bank Change*.
E E Edward« »am«* in from Boi
thi«* w* ek to attend a meeting of the
M*kbolder* of we Citizen- n.vion
a i bank, of which h< wa- m*v • » -
president to «uec» »d if S E»iwurds.
who wished to is relieved of the
W. C Smith also
desir«*d to b* phased as a.director
nd in bis
i« chosen
in the same insutuuo
place Ralph Edwards
The stockholders' me»*tlng was in all
respects hartnonlou-. r< fleeting th<
prosperous sn*i sati.-factory «-*>ndi
tion of the banking in.-*'ituii»-n Th»*r»*
were no other chang»-« Geo. H Monk
I remain- cashier end G. P Quarles
pri-sid* nt
BANNER HOLDERS IN RED
CROSS COUNTY ROLL CALL
The final report of the Christ ms
toll ( ill f ir Lemhi chapter was for
warded t*i, Boise this w**tk, and
showed a t
ne
v I rk und tin
h rtdqtiarters.
roll call, whir
b\ donation«.
nrollnient for 1913 of
an increase of 392 ov
.rtth cash collected o?
in of this i-.i, h is re
local chapter for local
rest is s* nt t
The experts«
division nut
of th*
were small, u.
ln g in the county, with the
.- about the b<
tael tm
her
■t ow
ptlon not
burg, which wa-- fir t under mg,
the tup* with a 100 per cent enroll ed
ume n',r,ent Glimore sent in $7* My
, iU -)>- j n the month, and officers of j
t j u . n> u call thought the mining am
[camp had made a good record, but j
j on Monday of this week an
0 f I.
,, n Monday of this week an addit.
[ a l order for *92 was received sr .ro!
Mr., Mary R Fielder, who is seer»*- !
injury of the (lilmore branch of the'much
Red Cross, making a grand total of
Ifiso in «ash and representing 143
member», some being uAuine |
members and three contributing
„embers. Two Gilmore residents jer.
{signed up with a committee member
in
iwn her»», so that ihe mining camp
will be credited with a total member-
ship of 145 on the chapter records.
Credit for this fine showing 1» due to
Mrs. Fielder and Mrs
their helpers
Anderson and|i,
Camelc Rock of the Ranger minejiutlon
also was one of the star* In the cani-j*ayiug
It
paign. turning in a 100 per cent en
oilmen! of the men employed there
Blasingame Boy« H«ard From.
In the published account in last
week's Issue of The Recorder of the
arrival of the souvenir glasses sent
by Edgar Blasingatue to hi» parent»
there was some doubt a« to the exact
time of the capture but In a previous
letter Edgar mentioned that tie wa*
sending a souvenir tic had taken
from a German officer In July last
and the»®
j souvenir.
without doubt that
souvenir.
Herbert 1» now in Germany and
writes a* follows of lit« hiking in
that country.
December, 9, 1919, With the Amer
ican Army of Occupation.
IVar Mother: Ah I will probably be
able to send out mall tn
two thought I would drop you a f«-w
Uni» tonight. Today was our ninth
day of hiking and our nixth In Ger
many. VV, have spent every night
since we have been in Germany with
Jn native family. I wa* certainly aur
! prised when I saw how they treated
! li*. As far a* we have gone they
have been fine, Each housew ife
rooks us a goc^i meal when we ar
rive and when we leave something
the French never did do and we were
jin France almost a year
The Boche all seem glad the w.ir
il» over a lot more so than we do,
land that 1» saying something The
1 ex-boche soldier doesn't seem to hold
any hard feelings toward us whatev
ent.
in
had
day or
of
to
ot
jer They have tried to 'make every
thing as comfortable for us as possi
I bio j
We don't know how long wo will
he over here but hope it won't :
long Some think we will be hack H> j
the L S by spring hut It looks
j doubtful to ns- but here's hoping I , t
am ba< k for spring work.
-
j County \gent Musser of Ada was In
; Salmon Tuesday in the Interest of ,
<b , ' organization of agricultural l '*'
in Le«iihl »!•<*>
tension work
resignation of County Agent Nelson,
who, it will be remembered, gave
up the work to return to his own|
, 7 , r .-H.. ' Th, Ada 'county !'*
a|R( , nt< w [ u) came as |t»e deputy of th*»
«täte agent was told t»» the board of
county commissioners to send along,heir
, anothet man t<>r th<> county, and thi« ^
ALIAS SUMMONS
In t !,«■ District Court of the Sixth
Judicial District of Idaho. In and for
it he county of Lemhi, Albert Tbonip
on. Plaintiff vs. P. W Green. De
it
f< ndan
Tb<
t.
•tatp
Of
Idaho
S»*Ii'
2- Gr* » tings
to the
Abo
VO
Nam»
<1 n.
f»*n*lan.
You
Arc
Hi
:rcby
Not
ified that a
compta
Int h
a a
b* * n
filed
.against you *
in th**
Ï Hut i
ic*f
Court
of t
he Sixth Ju
dicial I
>if trie
*t of Idah
o, in
an*i forth»*
county
of I
a ni
Id, b>
the
abovp n.tm- ,
ed pis
in*
an
id you ar
hereby di
1
r* ct,*d
t o V
nr u
md
an-wir th»*
■ aid crinipi -
int
( :i c
npy
of which 1»
In r*-to
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WITNESS my hand and seal of
said District Court this nineteenth
day of Novi*mb»r. 1919
(Seal)
J 1 KIRTLEY. Jr, Clerk
B\ W. W. SIMM' 'Ni 'S. I »* puty
QUARLES & CHERRY. Attorney
for Plaintiff. Residenc
Lemhi county, Idaho.
Salmon
Will
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TWO COME FO
O'QUINN CHIL
LeRoy Myers came to Sal
n on Wednesday from Emmett,
m i. e way to this city Mrs. Mye~
nut the father of the late Jac~
O'Quinn who *» cam In? to this dr
mission that brough
tm the sun
her here.
"My son and 1*1» wit«* died the;
not long ago." Mr. O'Quinn was say
mg, * and 1 am going to take chat
ed a little two-year-old boy they left
My home U in Missouri."
"Why." Mr». Myers rejoined,
am going after that boy too, havl
been request cd by his maternal
addition-{grandparents to do so
And so it happened that little Pat
O'Quinn found htmaelf a child very
the'much sought from having only »trän
ut-rs to look after him sine« the
death of his parent« in tho flu attack
| n Salmon more than a month ago.
Mr, O'Quinn, the paternal grandfatii-
jer. and Mrs. Myers, who used to live
near Salmon but now resides at Em*
rnett where she knows the little fel
low's maternal grandparents, h.»»!
tome after the child Mr*. Mvers had
known little Pat's mother since ear*
childhood.
Mr. O'Quinn offered an easy »o
minejiutlon of the problem presented by
cani-j*ayiug that the child should be tak
en to Emmett and that both hlnmelf
and Mrs Myers should go along with
him, the custody of the orphan to he
determined after they got there. He
said he had not been advised of the
death of hi* son nor of hi* wife un
til a post office report came to him
from a parcel* post shipment of Mis
souri syrup for his son and which
the report said could not be deliver
ed Tlie posfmaster went on to tell
of Hie calamity that had overtaken
the family for whom the syrup had
been Intended a* a Christina* pres
ent. The old gentleman lost no time
in »tarting for Salmon. He found his
little grandson a beautiful child, well
rare for and now In good health, fully
recovered from the same attack that
had taken his parents. Since the
child was bereft of parents he had
been placed in the care of -Mr*. M C.
Manful), whose daughters and Mita
I-aKue llauiey had given all the at
tention that any boy could wish to
have for hi* health and happiness.
Ml« father belonged to tne Salmon
national forest force*.
A Chang« in Condition«.
A change In program came about
this morning wfth the designation
of the public administrator to look
after the affairs of the estate in this
county. County Treasurer Gallbreath
will assume this duty as pertaining
to til* offiee This change, after an
administrator had already been ap
pointed at Emmett, caused still sn
ot her change with respect to the cus
tody of the child, the grandfather
'havlng determined to leave for his
Missouri home taking the baby with
him on the next train out
n will lake some of the renowned
wisdom of Botomnn to settle all this
controversy, if, a* seem* to be the
can»., there a re contentions to arise
, t * between the two set* of grand
[parents. In the first place It Is
[claimed as a fact that the husband
jdi»»l first. If so then the heir* of the
w |»o died afterward, would be
ironie the heir* of the estate without
jqu« stIon anil entitled to Its adminis
tration And this, it would seem, ac
. . , , . ...
<or< ^ ln * lo *' ? *** opinion at this stage
!'* f ,h ' '•:«*»•. would carry with It the
Hare and custody ' of tire little boy.
,who would of course be the natural
of ail th»* »«tat»* a« the only sur
^ i vor of th»* family The father it Is
[said left Hlberty bonds and cash to
lhi amount of about $1,000, besides
other property
$60,000 RANCH SALE
MA
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Th<*
h« *'H i
,
oi in*
1 arre«.
and <
the !
\ v arm
Th c
bom \
,thi« »
Mr.
1 Mil! a
: ha« al
( ni»
;H few
i dit ion J
1 i ounM
Î
'-aid \
bh
larg»»* sale »if th** y »-s r bn«
-ported, carrying th** transfer
John Cob« ranch »if 347 5
'<».» h» -ad of cattle, 40 horses,
• * ton« of bay together with
ranch Implements, t») M. E.
and ». F Franc»* of Shelly,
•onideratbm Is sail to hav»*
ISO.-'JO Tb« K*-Hy agency made
ab*.
Col»-.», th»» retiring rancher, is
young man and th» f rtun** he
tready made in ranching repre
th* work and Industry of «mb'
year» under the favorable coa
» tba' are f»»un»i in l.emhi
. for the man who gives Intel
attention to live stock It Is
o b« the intention of Mr. Coles
rotain his residence here, proba
in Saluom.
Woman Inventor.
The only really Important household
id* a patented by a »..roan Up to date
i 1« th** ice cr< am freezer, cre<Iife<l to
M s. Nancy M. J.*hr.x.*n of PhUttd.-l
• J.hia, The original motlel (now pre
s.tv.d In th*» Nation il museum at
Washington) shews that modern coo
i trlvntn es of th.* kind are ln n»v way
i roh-rlrlty different from her desisu.
In It* way. her Invention (»täte»! S«p
t t „„ber i). 1943) wes au epoch-maker.

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