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HE IDAHO RECORDR I ]• cnttrxd January 6 , igoL at tecoml clatt I t liter, in me poatomcc at '»lmun, Idaho, I der Act ol Conjrett of March L M'Y? TKUMSOr »UWK.IUPTION: oekly Recorder, 1 year .......iJ.OO It " " 0 month*..... 11.00 ngle 0>plc* —......... ft cent*. ■ ngle epic* ............. .«cent*. , ibacriptiona out of county »trlctly Advance EANWHILE WILSON'S I, GAO WAS LEVEL. t Wbat han been believed all alone now proved by (he. leatfmony ol «•pertinent of Justice r-preat-nt» || xea that Villa'* murderou* raid up '. t a United Sinien Army rump at I olutubu*. N M , In March, 1916, |i an ln*!lgat* d »«4 inspired by r»-pr I ■ -niatlv--- of lb* German ko > rn «eni In thin country The money I Weeded »■! eqa p no bandit waa dt I rmdted In St l-oul« bihk> by Kin ,n || lal Aio-ni Albert and Amfi.i -o-dar lion Ueino'iulT. mul throiu-h Hi* — In I tltutlon . v» a- duly tnuoifen-d In « te form »I munition«, an shown h> I Lie New York World. let Like Ulli*' lit tin ( linn dlpln i.ac , I Berlin, the plan to Involve n.s in r 'nr with Mexico w. nt awry, but f'tiat It did > was no fault of mmi;, tliBierlcin no»«|iat>r» und poll'iei I. War with Mexico wan the Ittnlafent e.iutnd of all thene Jingo«-* Some f them had prop« rty Intercala at 4 t«k< Som<- of them were undoubt edly in favor of in- adventure thm * could prevent our Interference with *hc I'an Let man scheme of world •rontju*nt. Btp hunt of them were *nly partisan* opposing the Pr-.l fiant, fs There m ver waa anythin« aubtfi 'n German Intrigue In the Knii.d Male*. All Of It wax obvhitlH I'm hurpoac wa* a* plain as a plk< t a IT The luoal valuable as: miatn - it had ïfliai wan not bought and pall! for 1 fa tin apiih of ,,k-,;ri slop ayaln-t vlexleo developed in our Jotirmtlisni Ivntl politic* We now *e«> that In po»l casi'M there wo* ji » exetp. f< Ibis except a desire t.i force the hand w f the Prnd.lent end to Involve u* In I I 00 * 1 1 y war at horn,, when all the and portent* k ive warnlin; of t llfo-and death *t niggle abroad. (The fact that the I'nlted Htate.i |lld not fall Into the Gtrman trap In ' VJexlc t account* In larva no n ui > or the triumph lu F.urop < I * radulent |*»UBLIClTY, -H Fm .nor» th hi a year the nt wspa «* « r* of the were b ■ ..»light hy Iwl-verv im* 'I to burden th. h columns • 1th flee . * IV **il I r ! ; i g thililf ill., 'll »1 as news ms Her or «« patriotic up * «al*. This es ,ne along in uddUkm g|o »>'•* '»any demands of the govern V i«»t for publicity In connect! m with * t* w ar campaign! B I" not rucalled that n in-I ■ '« putable new - paper ever refused ||f'R Hive the u-v Of Its column* ,H th - *^'*11 of the federal utiiliorltl- i In ih; til Et miiivl* i.r . .... I ;-5oi'.n«ct len und much or the ntnft' -ns not itt b*half of the g- v-ertmtent J|«t .ill but plain grutt or pi «ftteer !Ul. which got by the Censor or the M andutu also This form of frtud upm tip. nr-*. »X w II us theI r,en, 1*1 puh ' ir I» dill prscile. I to .,He extent, icrhaps from habit on lue part pf jf-' **e beneficiaries I'vu ty now and 'h. n The It-em*'.- - hrs an offerlnr f Ik* kind even two month* after he war Is IV. r. but they «II go be Junk pi)»- out In ih«- back yard twas freely 30NE 'I.*n. Imp t,.i ....... li*., t„ , „ nuplltnenii d ror the lovai w >rk ^flpRkty bav,. dons mi aidiog Kovar* * rl 1 ' ' - 1 !t plan for pi-'par. >.t '.I'sS B* hin I ttiis s i I st uni* one indu ' *' » Itlwmt w hi. h. Inti,- , «mid be hc llfmpiuhi.l The newspaper* have mad- It p- *ible f»» sprva-l brusilcsst ovet our Maud light ...vvav Ih., apt., als of *be government to Its elUtens in w «Iks .f Ilf,. The newspapers alone make it pos «'ble ti explain to th. naif,in tip - plans w ! i.t, p, i mu ted ih- ,. K 1 .i,., I^P®* of Id.....l.OM u.m- . **i , 'ay 'be n, W-spap.-rs fell I!,,- hut.ten llpf advising the public of the details bn* Liberty Homt* «ml e.lucvtlng 1 be cJtlaen« to pmebase ih * , ( .,- U | finies I ° n 1 be newspsper* falls the work *f informing th<- p»,.p|, th,. r,.,| fernes puns to rais.. 1100 . 000 .i>kt In 'be 1 tilted Sr » t.i All of ih!» w,»ik is done frech Cheerfully .Hi ! , Publishers an- piobably «he only , »»«* of turn who as a whole »re fur .'-Jlshin* th*dr services free fo the *orernm* nt • I N t ' I ■ b. me Chambarlain'a Tiblata When vou are troubled with indl ile*M"n or constipation, take Chain i ver. a in • Tablet». Tb«-v »trengthen ae stomach and enable It to perform u tneüona naturally lndl*ea«ion \\ fice j .------, „j eousiipa 5*25 *• 1 "*« r ** 5 ated by It Cham Tablet» rause a g.-n'I. noxmi.-nt of the bowel* relieving b<- conattpated condition Fo« aale Co. aNTV4 IVh ri-rw mmr,.-,,-.,,. « « AANCH AND CITt PROPERTIES » 'IRE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE JURETY BOND«. FARM LOAN! We handle only responsible com Notary Public. *hone or addreea P. J. DEMPSEY. Manat er. Condensed Statemnt of CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Salmon, Idaho, December 31st, 1918. RESOURCES Cash and exchange ....... $118,535.14 Municipal bonds and warrants..................... I?*,987.77 Loans and discounts ................................. 330,802.57 Banking house and fixtures....................... 31,000.00 Total ..........,.......... 1659,325.48 LIABILITIES Capital .................... 1100,009.00 Surplus and profite .... 11,216.57 K 'discounts with Federal Reserve Bank 64,365.00 Deposits 387,643.91 Circulation ........... 96,100.00 Total ................................. $659,325.48 , in Report of the Condition of Tit-- t'ltirena National Bank at ShI •non, In the niât* of Idaho, at the cIom- of burin»-*» on Decx-mbd 31, 1918 ecio <>•>• 31 ' 0 *J M|-<|H|(| It ESDI IP ES I.- t fI and dt counta *3*9,583 43 Noten and bllU rediscount'd 61,385.00 to > < >v •'drafts, un eetireil I S 'tond.* depo ip d s< cure circulation l.ibertv Loan Honda, 3»*, I I'i per cent unpledaed l.iherly Loin Honda, .'i'i, I and 4 1 -.. per cent pledge.] to at-eui» I S (liporllri Ponds (dt-dg. d to M-rUte postal savions depo it* Bond* and securities pledged as collateral for *tttte, or Other deposits or bills payable * ■< urlti*- other than I bonds owned unpledged >< ! < it her th til federal Hit' l ie hank hint It Stock of Ketleral I r y • Hank Value of owned ed Furnitur .< 425 55,218 in 12 k,55 lOO/KW.Ot» 8,050.00 10,000.60 8 , 000.00 H. banking house ami unlm umbt I 36,925 00 15,353.98 60.00 3,300 00 Fed in ■ - lied fixtiiri-K Reel t - t.iie own d olln-i than banking hou <e Lawful reserve with oral Reserve Bank Hems with Ft dei ul li »Hive bank in proei colli i llon Cush In vault and n «mounts due from n tlmtal banks Amouni* due from batil bunkers and trust r->' Checka on other h,i->i,* In the s.iuie city or t.-wn in reporting bank I heck m on bank* loiitied outside of city i r town of report in« bank ami other « i ,ii u.'iit» Red-nipt loti fund with •* Tri usurer and »lue from I' H. Treasurer Interest earned but not collected (tipproviiiiale) on Notes and Hills llo celvable nm p t dtp Advanced payment on 3rd Liberty Loan Hood for customer* 30,000.00 1 , 000,00 10 , 000.00 197 25 Total 1594,960 18 1 1 ABILITIER • '«pliai 'oc',, i 'ii,| in fln.t iMiu on Hurpltts mud 11,000 00 I nitlvldi d profits »||| 57 lected or credited In nil viinee of maturity, etc 6 911 I'lrtulatlnK n-u--« otu t.tndiig 96,100 00 N ' aiu.mn:-' due to banks banket « and tut I co' 12 , 6 t '>8 1 ',! Individual deposits subject I" cheek 1 7 «; 11 ; Certificate« *>r deposit due In I",--* than 30 day ■ 19,11»! 97 Cashier '1 checks outstaud *ok 17.13.' 22 Fiale, c unity , or other mu nie p it dep -sits secured h- pi «Le of asset of 'his bank 28 . 2 lo(M) Deposit 1 r.spitrliui notice but b i than 3-) days 3,:'.l !22 t ' rlIfic lies of deposit 15.366 07 Postal *rt Vines dels.sits 4 5.5 39 tlth.r time lb-putts 8.83,17 Other I .d d»'posts. In eluding deposits ,f s iHdic.-.iim- ofR-crs , lo.ooouo Inlet est earned and not llee'ed 7.0S3.69 Total »594.960 48 I bibilitl. i for d-dliu.mnts including th «*«• with federal r-*-rv- hank 64.365 ».0 Total contingent liabilities 6I.S6.5 0 «) - i . ' Stale of Idaho, countv of l.emhL ' ■ <1 B Q'turle» President of the ntwiv* n,uited bank. do *oI en;n 1 v ■ »ear »hat l»>e «Im-v e dtHtem-nt is '»■''•■ to the b.-*« nf m v know ledge and b. I cf *• U Ql' AHI.IS, Presl.bnt CORRECT Vt *t k s ianv ards. \V r SMITH E E. EDWARDS. Director* ■Rubocrlh, .1 and v» un to b. fore me this Utli dnv of Janunrv. 1919 ARIEL C CheRRV. _ Notary Public • \\ \STKI» \ Job Tor a man and wife lu_ "line, dt-'-lge bt.at. or *;*w mill VV tfe exvellmt cvH>k and nuui n miner. WiMwlaman, expert *.*w filer, bandy man. al*o experienced Irri gator Intuit., at The Recorder of fice K'>R SAI.K About 5P ton* of V 1 hn> at o J Randall ranch. Will lam's take Buy a Ticket for a Week'« Go»h 1 Eating and Cooking. N. ï. (AFE, S Where Steals ar-- Served 21 (or I8.5t» RtGVLAK MEALS 50c Henry George has opened the dfhlnir room of Brough House and serves the b«'St meals (here Is to eat at Reasonable Prices. A REVIEW Wi Hhite the New Year with a se iii and with a beam of satisfac tion which I* wrought bv a eon «■' rouan, - !,f good de, , 1 a and Hue c l - no llnr- ring memory of hav inn v'i'ongi-d any man The Comptrol lei of the Currency, a Unit'd States If -siii'y IfTi'jIal, having charge of l!.c Na» tonal Hank.- '-a-, called for a eta'i-nient ol the hank* at the close Cl busiiK-hs, la >—niher 31 m, 1918, ,,-tl with much HatlMfaction we are pleas d to prevent herewith both a con 'i-tirti -I and (b-tail.-d statement of th condition or tfie Citisens National a' tie* dllWII of the New Year. Hilf* bank has never been able to pull ' 4 U-UU 0 « 8 |M .lidUo.i |S i: uust.rad w.- l.eiie,.- tin* is ,uo.it retuarkahle un i that the hank officiais may junt l.v be proud if this condition in view of eon lit; iris and L.ne.s. l.-t'dii eouuty, with the I'nlted Slates and the world. In passing through a moat remarkable history ", a tv in ■ epoch: ttia» It was able to pureii« « «670,111.3« Liberty Loan Honda «n! War Savings and Thrift SL-mpi la be von I the bgllef of moat "> n W n we were first asked to •et. bond'. Of tin- bonds and war -'«.ups pun lia.sed, tie- Citizens Na tiotial im Itself and cir tome.-a has i»un -i*' I j-3o6.7(w «n-l v.e warn to ■ vpi -■ ;. our appn ci ttlon to ev P-. on v ho assisted us in thi.-« bit «< iil> v «lient. 5'- w - ih in t he ul; . er • p.-i «in v t"> i. ' - done bu.-in- « with this in 11 r u i i . n m the pa « and to Invite -•' 1 to make tld» I nk th-dr finan cial refuge We w rit t*i Individually thank ev ir, borrower of the bank, for with i>d' li »rrow.-r* no Ici nk c mid p, . . * |n ns,-* or divider is. V\ • • wain tn •bank every customer who has d. po; l ed land , with u.s for without dep/s i 1 '• * hei- would lie no bank; and w,> vv.,ni in thank every person vv !u> has oui. u . i the hank to cash tli.-ek» ot coupons, fm- every Httlo business help-' to omike lilg business. i >r Lemhi county, Hie y«ar 1919 ; «Id»" 1 " ' n i bright. The 'world is »•t I'' ' « '*■ ■ We are m the dawn of « [ new era for the uplift and belt* nient of mankind It Is certain that 1 war-i. at I,- ist for u long time, hav .»"ti We are now going upon « peace basis Conditions are not as calamitous as they were nt 'he do - of tile civ II w ar. At tills time vv. , \ i" 1 nt no financial diatrei a ir p in P ; " - ot i 6 ' 1 ' 1 ' » •' ie < Hr, hunk:' lut ye or ,'lvv "ry unpree rv vv 1 1 h • •u* u slngfi flit ure Is fir lit I'm i Hiie-ntm. nr should follow; but the Me' 1 - ■' h a i wonderful oppoi" uni ties In all lines of activity. 't e -m-g I to all to study the at (ached statement.*, that tills bank * 'dd'- c ei» » tlinun > : tig to til- 53,5 1 I and Municipal bond ; and v. arrant* '• hid) (• isii could b- bad to 1 he I « m amt of »K 1 .987.77, should cause * 1 * 1 ° ' 'b-'- that this i'ou)u)unit> is bu'' it-eil « a Inst finanrial disti *«»88 at Mas time. . believe it ri. lit and »' d'er Mu", banker - sh-utbl adYl.se Mie publi.- «t times of matters of - "timunfty wt-li,-«re, nn.i aiaamllngly i a all we would ,'av if you have not -i banking (\mnt ction von and tti»' . oatmunii) loo»,- thereb. and t> such «-• would s.«\ 1 'nrin a banking con n- 'ii ui It will pay \ vu nuire than anv one else that you do. To bor rower* if Mi- hank vv,- would sug g-st tbat loans made b. the bank should never become past due If > >u hav. I note at Mie hank have a ' - cord of !' and remember to s,-o th,> hank Infire or on Me dav of niatitr ov. If you cannot pav a'f of your note »hen nav as .nin b as vou can and doubt less your banker w ould consent to renewal, but do n -t let i note ,o ' h, \ l,Hnk ***** »» t« nt Ion To depositing customer* of t he bunk w«> would suggest thst they '■heck up the statenii-nt* made l>v the bank and kn <w that It :* correct «11 tim«*: if tin error i« buide c.-vll the attention of the hank to the s.nne The bank will appreciate the same. This bank has Just received a s«-c otid adding and b,>.ikki-*'piiig ni « • bine and we it re providing fm lars cr c.'paclM and business M ith greetings to «)', lies«., rffullv, CITIZENS NATIONAL HANK. Salmon. Idaho F«VR »- VI.F \ few feces of furni ture . 1 * follow » V cbifftonei . * tht ee-xjuarter* bed, springs «nl mattress, nmmII w.vod beater 2 lo-king chair, couch confer hie clothes horse Gall The Re corder office. STRAYED «>n-> r».l cow san.lv com plexioned. white belly. 4 vear* old Hmnde.l thr-'e bar* on right hip v'--.« »ttekltnt calf : moaih* id color red. xxhtte star in forehead If seen pieise notify Gus Swanson. Lead .re, Ida and rvHeive reward LEGAL advertising NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Sim m Weis-r. d. --.■»»* ,| N 4 lereby given b> derstgn-d. administrator of the . - «..te ..f Sjmon \\ • lax - , ...... : the creditor* of. and all pep- .ns hav ing elaiut* against sa J d->e-a»--d. to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four months ,tf-. the first publication of th:- no:;,. - 0 LEGAL ADVERTISING the BA Id administrator at Carmen in the county of la-tnhl, state of Idaho. Prated December 10th, 1918, J. E CROOK, Administrator of the estate of .Si mon Weiser, deceased. December 13--January 3». NOTICE TO CREDITORS Esta'e of John W. Halcotnbe, de ceased : Notice is herbv given by the under -Igned administrator of tfie estate of J*din W. Halcomb«- deceased, to the creditor» of, and all persons having claims against the acid deceased, to exhibit them with the neeeHsary vouchers within four months after the tirs» publication of this notice to the said administrator at Salmon in the county of I.<iuhl, sta'e of Idaho. Dated December 10th, 1918. BENJAMIN F GOLLJHER Administrator of the estate of John \V. llalcombe. dec- ased. December 13 January 3. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS F ' le of Lucy Light, deceased: Notice is hereby given by the un (bisi.'.u-d administrator of the is mi, of Lucy Light, decor-od, to the (redite of and all perrons having claims against deceased, to exhibit th- m \ itli the necessary voucher;: v-iti.in four mop'iis afn-r tin.* fir«» P M c.ttion of this notice to the said ; dministrator of Salmon, in th* couni y of L»-tnhi, state of Idaho, i'-.t'-d November 23rd, 1913. WILLIAM <'. SMITH, Admlnlslrator of tin- estate of Lucy Light, dec-ased. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Notice ef Proof of Application of Water to Beneficial Fse. Notice is hereby given that at 10 " u on th<- 4 1 h day ot .lanirny, 1919, - ' I.eadore. county of Lemhi, state ot Idati », before W. F. Stone, notary public,' proof will be submitted of i he application to beneficial use of 6 * cubic feet per second of 11 " wa- ters of Big Eight Mile creek in ac- ' or I in.ee with the ten: ! and condl- 1 on* ,i I'grin it No. 5530 heretofore - u-«I !> tin- «t«, Engineer of the state of Idaho, 1 - TI <" name and post ifflce ad ' 1 - Re »-*■!- on or corporation holding aid permit is J. \. Phipps, Touch», I t ih. - The ll ,- to which r-hi water 1 1 ■ be-n tjipli-d is ir gation and ' » me,Me purposes. 3 Tin- iiMount spiled to be:ie •' '' I U « i ' ti. I Second feet. How to Make Your Shoes Last Longer Bring them to Made t») te repaired. He will put on such :i good looking sole that you will be pleas c l m wear them many weeks longer. Do you know why his work is so popular? He uses the GOOD YEAR WELT MACHINE. That is the reason why his work is always satisfactory. Every stitch is smooth and uniform, and the shoe retains its original shape. Men's Soles $1.50 . Ladies'Soles ,$1.00 All hea\ y winter rubbers, felt and overshoes sold at reduced prices to clean them out. Mack's Boot &liep DANGER DONT NEGLECT THAT COUGH A small bottle of Rexall Cherry Bark Cough Syrup may save you from a se vere siek spell and perhaps death. For sale only at THE REXALL STORE RED CROSS PHARMACY QUALITY * PURITY SERVICE THE REXALL STORE SALMON, IDAHO. The Pioneer Store SEE OUR NEW CRETONNES and ROBE BLANKETS. GOTTON BATS ......... $1.75 WOOL BATS __________ $4 CO PlCTORIAI REVIEW PATTERNS SHIPMENT JUST RECEIVED OF WOOLEN DRESS GOODS, ALL WOOL SWEATERS BOTH rn-r-r/sn .. POCKET BOOKS. GLOVES, LADIES' and GENTS' HANDKERCHIEF «t aï W °° LEN ^NKETS NECKTIES. BKBV CROCNETEO JACKETS IuoULe ^ FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS. ARTICLES SUITABLE Always Desirable Congoleum Rugs Ymeev C,o. LTD. LEGAL ADVERTISING 4. The place where said water la used is NE 1 » NE 1 ,*, S'/â NV, 1 *, h 1 ^ NE ; i, N 1 .« SE 1 * and NEV* SW 1 /* Sec 26, T 18 N., R. 25 E., B. M. 5 The date of the priority which raid use is prepared to establish is I lecember 8 . 1909. FRED A. WILKIE, State Engineer. December '5— 27. NOTICE OF EXECUTOR'S SALE OF RAEL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE. Notice h* hereby given, that in pur suance of an order of the Probate Court of Lemhi county, made on the 6 th day of April, 1918. in the matter of the estate of Alexander Barrack, deceased, the undersigned executor of the last will and estate of said deceased will sell at private sale, in parcels, to the highest bidder, for cash, subject to confirmation by said Court, on or after January 27, 1919, at ten o'clock A. M. of that day, all the right title, interest and estate of said deceased, in and to an undiv ici* d one bait part .if the ''Barrack Planing Mill" lot in the city of Sal th-in, describi d with common cer tainty aa follows: From the intersection of the south line of Main street in «aid city of S .Imo.i with tin section lia - between »•étions 5 and 6 in township 21 N. of U. 22 east of the Boise Meridian, run S. 61 14' 40" E. 619 feet, to the NE corner of the ''Macnab" lot; thence on the same course 170.5 feet to Daisy street; thence S. 2S 37' 20" \Y. 298.9-5 feet ; thence N. 61 14' 40" W. 175.78 feet; thence N. 29 37' 20" E. 293.98 feet to the place of begin ning. Being lot 17 in block 12 of the commonly accepted plat of Salmon city Tov.-nsite; Also, an undivided one-seventh pan of the parcel of land known as »he "Billy" Bryan land, described with common certainty as follows: Beginning at the NE corner of the Cemetery lot, in section 8 in said township, run N. 73 c 45' W. 1787.94 f. et; S. 285 12 feet N. 6-5 W. 2392.5 !>• t N. 374 1064 feet, N. 35 H. 58 30' E. 21 100.56 feet, S. 11 E. ; 12 feet, N . 26° 45' E. 35 30' E . 522. 72 feet. 217.-5 feet, N. 63 15' E . 38 5 45' li ;. 337 . 2« feet, A feet. S. 1120 f-et, E. 1204.5feet to the place of beginning. Also on i venth interest in a wa ter right and ditch appurtenant to said land, same being an interest in the so-called "town ditch" and wat* r Mov ing tii-rein from Lemhi river. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE: Cash in lawful money of the C. H.; ten per c -nt of the purchase LEGAL ADVERTISING rconey to be paid at the time of sale; balance on confirmation of sale. All bids or offers must be in writ ing and may be left at the office of John H. Padgham, attorney, at his office in Salmon, Idaho, or may bo filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court before date of sale. The above described property win he sold as separate parcels and bias must be made and will be received and considered accordingly. Dated December 27th, 1918. JOHN BARRACK Executor. December 27—January 24 _ NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Notice of Proof of Application of Water to Beneficial Use. Notice la hereby given that at 10 a. m. on the 23rd day of January, 1919, at Leadore, county of Lemhi, s-tate of Idaho, before W. H. O'Brien, no tary public, proof will be submitted of th- application to beneficial use of 6.4 cubic feet p-r second of the v;. f-rs of Eight Mile creek in accor dance with the terms and conditions of Permit No. 5531, heretofore issu ed by the State Engineer of the state of Idaho. 3. 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 has been applied is Irrigation and domestic use. 3. The ampunt applied to bénéfici ai use is 6.4 second feet. 4. The place where said water is 0 ed is W'y SWA4; Sec. 26; S'- - NE »* and SE 1 ,, Sec. 27, T. 10 N, it. 25 E.. B. M. 5. The date of the priority which said user is prepared to establish is January 23, 1919 FRED A. WILKIE, State Engineer. The Proof to be submtited und-r this notice, or the license that may hereafter issue pursuant thereto are not intended and' shall not be construed a • an abandonment by the said Claimant of the rights and pri ority adjudged to him in said Eight Mile creek by the decree of the Dis trict court of the Sixth Judicial Dis trict of the state of Idaho, ifi and for Lemhi countv, as heretofore made and entered/, WALTER WILDE, Claimant. x NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Serial No. 010980 024100 Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Hailev, Idaho, Decem ber 28, 1913 . NOTICE is hereby given that Jesse Root of Warren, Idaho who, ' n March 6 , 1912, made Fore. t Homestead Entry No. 010980, and who on June 2 s -, 3918 , made Add'l « mt .-t* « i Entry, Serial No. 024100, for a tract of 17-7.65 acres within the Idaho National For st in sections 26 ; n l 27. unsurveyed township 23 north, range 12 east, Boise Meridian, enibran -i in Homestead entry sur vey No. 293, List Nos. 742 B480 and 4-1998, more particularly described by metes and bounds as follows:—B* .tinning at corner No. 1, from whence i'nited States Location Monument No. 298, bears north 78 00' west 1.81 chains distant; thene? S. 69° 07' east 1 t.nu chains to corner No. 2; thence south 20 53' west 79.70 chains to corner No. 3; thence north f>9 : 07' west 24.00 chains to corner No. 4; thence north 20 53' east 46.05 chains to corner No. 3; thence south 69' 07' east 10.00 chains to corner No. 6 ; thence north 20 53' cast 33.7-5 chains to corner No. 1, the place of c eginning, has filed notice of Inten tion to make five year proof to es tablish claim to the land above des cribed befor» Allen C. Merritt, .Unit ed Jtat.es Commissioner, at Salmon, Idaho, on the s-h day of April. 1919. Claimant names as witnesses: L. K. Parrott, August Hotzell, Eric Janson, Jacob Jun.-on, all of Warren : Idaho. BEN R. GRAY, Register. January 3—February 7