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The Idaho Recorder
__________ ■w.___ e 1UM . , .............. Catered January 6, 1903. as «econd-clous matter, in the postoffice at — 12 00 *»Uiion, Idaho, under Act of Congress of March 3,*1S9L Weekly Recorder, l year.™, Weekly Recorder, 6 months. I «Hagle copies_____ -----11.00 ,5 cents. _ _ _____ Beginning Towmr of London. I . * tt'Jftl pulnce, <*nD*!*tlag of whnt J U Known ns the "white tower." up e h " V i' J**", ,he * e * ,Bnln * ,,r * t v u n. ' ,,n ! ,,n I* «ru* cmn* fiiw «-K *« i " K<>n ' " lm " m ,l "' ! J «»T'innded It with walls and a broud dlteli. Nrvi-nil sue kings made additions to It, III erected the sewing sings made * »nd King Edward church. In 1028 the old white tower "as rebuilt, und In the reign of Charles II a grout number of additions were made to It. ^rhe new building* la the tower were completed In 1850. Temperature at the North Pole. It 1« not a matter of record that Peary took the temperature during his abort Ktay at the Pole, hence there L no North pole temperature record thut 0Mre know about. The probable maxl * mutn temperature, however, cannot he Bsueh above the freezing point, not* I withstanding It* 24-hour day, for the i Pole 1* Isolated and In un ocean In Whlch It Is necessary to melt all the ! Ice and snow before the Immediate •urfnce temperature rises much above 82 degree« Fahrenheit. Early Morning Exercice. : "Don't roll out of hod like a sailor," ®aj* a newspaper doctor, "Stretch the ; j muscles and the legs and abdomen lm- ! ^mediately after awakening. Pu| tlpy ) .on one'* stocking* in bod Is a gootî J way to accomplish thP resnjt 0 n«j n- 1 r C S fital»*" Obviously, to folio"- I Tiiese Instruction*, one should take the ' * stocking» to bed the night before. Most Sf the exercise, then, naturally will 'onalst In finding the atncklgg* among he bed clothe« the next morning,— Kansas City Star. Metric Denomination«. ; The metric dénomination* and vttl tje* for measure* of capacity art* us 'ollow*: Kliollter or Mere, d.ooo llt.-r*, *|ual* one cubic ruct«r; hectoliter, KX) Iters, equul* ono-tenth or a cubic me j »i dekollter, ten liter*, equals ten j ruble dwlmeter* ; liter, etiutil* one cu* ;tlc decimeter; tleclllter, one-tenth of a Her, equal* mu-tenth t>f u ruble drei* uft?r ; centiliter, one one httndt. -tït lx •f n . liter, equal« t<-n cubic ccntlmc ers; milliliter, tme off thousandth of A liter, equal* otto cubic cenUmeter. I Cueten Had Origin Long Ago. The almost universal habit of turn >K aside the head .util sttt«pr"--'dntr he «nées.» or cough hn* on iiiferestlut' rigln. It la derived from human ex* eric nee. In the middle age* (and robubly much earlier), when frtstuent dague» of vnrloii* disease* swept way whole populations In Europe, It a* suspected and even believed that I '.fectloh was conveyed by coughing ?nd sneering, lienee the adoption of to precaution. of to the In lie In pul Did You Ever Do Thla? . : Ylsltor* or ntrangers coming Into nn He« are ofH-n en.b.irruKstHl by the dis jortcry of offic«' employe«« who lg- | [ ir« tliolr presence—or wait for some 1 le cl*«> to liiquir«. Hi«* visitor's erraad. 1 j ny employee who happen« to be ncur Ÿ hen a stranger «'liter* should address ! tu courteously and n*U If In* enn tnko I niessngi* or be of assistance. TI10 sltor's Impression of the employer i ten is nffeet«*«! by tho attitude of tho uployeo.—Biddy Bye. I _______________ , 1 Burma's Sstssmum Crop. »Over fitkl different ty|tes of husked i c, or paddy were under examination I*t year at one of the goven.meut ns % , , ^ , „ . I cultural farm* in Burma, and «»v.-r type* «if Hnssnmu.n were gnovu î!f yother. Hitherto niueti of the «tissu* luui grown lu Burimi tuts he«*n «*xt*irt I to Europe, where It Is used for the j Induction «'f the so-cnlled "olive oil," which Franco mid Italy have long «en fumed. IL Did You Cver Do Thlot • Vldtors or strnng rs coming Into nn' j üce arc often embarrass' d by the dly. girtesy of oilli-e « mplayccs who Ig î v thHr l»rcs«*ncc—or wait for om. * «-Is«- to inquire the visitor's errand, Jf employ«*«'wfio huj'pens to*be near «-n a stranger enters --hould uililre*» : j> courteously and nsli If he «-an take uessngi* or be of nsststam-e. The n,'r's Impression of the employer •O U aff«-ct,-,| by the uttltudo of tho iloycc.—Illddy By «s. ________ Flral,«, Cookers That Am Safe. «w-«*nily ti- national Ih>.;i» 1 «.f fir« 1 «nrrttkrs ie*u«sl a esutlon »kb last tg wo*«den palls*or tulm to *»*qf -« ' j ««-made t1r«'!«->» cis>k«*ng To «*llra- , ^ • the «lunger of lire« from the««» , «able fuel savers, the de|iurtm«*nt ; r ( grU-alture ndMK-at.-s using groamb 1 tsl>estua la pine«.* of hay. isiis r or i I fl.tr t.H«-k'ne !.. . 1 . .... « III.« • i i hv m .T ». M ? * A«ldltlon«l j Ry may b« mtalne.l i.y niuking tho 1er frwtn n tin cun. « I * , - j j I Charis* Csrrell. I * wH' * Carroll wn* ths last to ns j * 'he 57 men who signed our * «ration «»f Imit-t s-nd**m*'*. IU until lNt". having reached his «a r* " *:it ty-flfth y«ur. II of the four men fr.au Mar\> wn* the moat I U « und Was ,.f i r i,t, a..*,..,,, Î i memlier of. «)„. . ' U J I ' *.u in ImÎ, V ' VT" 10 ; *•*!» left Ig-glan-l la UR», | ,5 cents. I ! Msklng Americans. j If we will plant the children of our j j immigrants In Amerfran soil, give ihem j American companions, tench them in the American language, let them ! breathe American literature, discipline them In the American art of self-gov eminent, wurtn their hearts In the sun shine of American tenderness, sympa thy and good fellowship, and always respect the nature which tiod has given them however It may differ from ./.irs, they will grow up loyal, patriotic, devoted Americans.—Lymun Abbott. I Richert Pearl Fleherlee. Although moat of the bay* and ln b't* of the remote Island group* of the Mouth Sea* have been stripped of their pearl-hearing bivalve mollu.sks by venturesome world-wayfarers, there continue* to be found occasionally I ' mml1 »tens of them* waters that have i *"' v ' n untouched by pearl divers and often yield wealth to the ex ! I'biter*. The richest pearly water* In ,lll ' wor, <l ure those adjacent to the l' l, ,ul 'e*t|tie beuch town of Broome. _______ Peculiar "Ador-ment." Widow* In the Hawaiian Islands, *"• very re, ent years, had the names ; lb f 'lr dead liuahan'ls tattooed on R»'* 1 ' longue«, Egyptian women today havt ' ,h< ' ,r .' ! I': l>rle|;e<I !•»- * ?,*» b<*e 0 . n . ,n « n ' s '*'• A.,.1 In Ÿ< *, th> northern* r » M *t inland of the .Tap;........ archipel« £°* l!:( ' fuslilon liemund« thut girl* * ,ul11 greatly enlarge the apparent size of tt'clr mouths by h tattooing In red about the lip». Writing Without Punctuation. Chine«« do not need punctuation or nay other murk-. Jl might be doubtful from the foreign point of view ubelt er a language I* possible that ha* done away with pupetuntlnn. TI-.-.* fact Is, however, that pum-ttiuflou I* no longer necessary for Chinese. The clmrnc ter*, besides performing a function of their own, take over that also of the period, comma, hyphen, interrogation, exclamation mtttk, etc. One of Hi, come under of n live win forded in tin Kelly of the beat examples, that ha loMee of the Use fulness in hlu business was nf *»le elf ( ted hv Hurry laundry outfit belonging ty, NE 24 ing con In the to the Hhen m estate. The same had lain Idle fur some year» In one of the the Bhenon wnreh^uses. ltd eu ill Catarrh Cannot Bo Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, mi thsy can not reach the mat of the itlneuee Catwrrh la a lei-nl dite use, areatiy in nurm-ed by constltiilloual c-omlttloiu, ar.q In order to cure It you must take e.n Internal remsdy. Uni;» Çutarrh »'edl cla* U taken Intt-rnr.lly and act* lliru lie blood on the mucous surface« of the •ystem. Hall's Catarrh Medlt-lne was presetIbeil by one of the best physicians In Oils country for years. It Is com pis-d of some of the best tories known, combined with «om» of the last blood pul filers. The perfect combination of Ihn Initrtdlsnu In Hall'» Catarrh Medi cine la what produces such 1 me is wtmt produces such wonderful result» in catarrhal conditions, tk-nu for ^ÿ.^ÂKNBr*' CO.. Prop,.. Tolède O | All. Druggists, rev.-. 1 JHsll's Family puis for constipât! m. LEGAL ADVERTISING ' ' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Si-rial No. 017202 lVpnrt nient of tin* Int>*rl«>r, S -am! (»fflqe at Halley, |d;«q-), Manh I NOTICE Is hereby given that John II I'olV of Lemhi. Maho. who, on 1 April 1, 19l,-i. Hade HotnestV>nd entry Si'i-lal No, 017202, for S 1 ., aw (4 * bl1 ' »"'1 * I**- N'-i MV 1 «, »«•etloa • Biwnshln tl north, range 2» east, 3,iw ° f innmuon to iubko ntijü thin* vmr pnMlf ,, ÏH >\e desrribi-d b»r«»r.- AM-a «• Mer rll'. U. S Uomnil;-sion*'r. at Saltu m ^ «'ladmum names as witness '»: j Thomas It. Denny. William H. Line, ' Vinonsou. «uni Roseo" A. Fer;is, all ««r I,emhl. Idaho BEN R. GRAY, KegUter. March 14 \t«ril is NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department «>f the Interim. U s * *unl Office' at Halley, Idaho, I-Ybru ttr y H, 1919, NOTICE Is hereby given that Charles M. But roughs of Lemhi Ida ho, who. on November Is. Uri.5. mi le Honmste.ul Kntrv. S< riul No ol'.m 'o. B>r S 1 N\\ ; NS SW 1 *, section 17, *°wn*hlp Is n«>tth. rangw 24 east, 4c»l**** M«-rl«lian, lias fi I. »I n»ti«-> o' ^M »t»,«e «I, »,-rtbed t- tore G \V r", n krile. Broh.-e Judg • at Salmon. I,la ho on the 11th lav of April. 1919. Claimant name* a* witnesses Mark D. Miller, Joseph D Gra.ly, "'«Her GUI. Loreaxo H. Allison, Al l. ot l.emlii cuunt.v. Idaho - BEN R. GU. W, K«' gl »ter. HOT'Ct FOR PtiRi iraTIQN S'tiiil No n?«»|7S Department of fhi- Interior. U. S March *■ vivrirs* «. w ^ „ NOTH L I* hereby (but E«( wnnl v Manful! of Salm«*.« l,l«h.. who. on July is. 1916> made Home »tend entry. Serial No. 020473. for l»>i» 1. 2 and 3 See. 2«i and *h«> V *«*ctlon 21 township 22 north, rang«» 23 east. Boise Meridian, has, filed nolle«* of intention to mikV final •hr«'« year pnwvf to «'stabllsh eialnt to th«* lan.I above «leserUx*«! befor.* Stoumonds Clerk of the Dis triet <'o««rt. I.emhl eountv. .. _ Idaho, on th<> «th day «>f M,< Claimant ' talmant name* as witnesses J " hn H -Vdsms. Ralph Hi«-k*.*n, Rob ,r * l,w ' n Swtf ' 8«lmnn. Idaho, and BUN it GRAY. Regi'trt. i|"i.*n 1919 LEGAL ADVERTISING Registration Notice Under and by virtue of a reaolu Itfon of the Mayor and City Council at of the city of Salmon, notice is h. r — by given that the City Clerk will r 00 ceive and hear all applications for registration, and register all 1 I qualified voters during office h up to M at the City Clerks offic« j 22nd. 1919, S o'clock p. m. j Bald registration is for the pur P 0fif! of Qualifying electors for a « 'it \ in F. C. MILLER, City Clerk —— - — '— —--has •lection to be held on the 22nd I of April, 1919 da Notice of Sale o' Rea 1 Estate. Notice cf Sale of Revbgkq'xzf, In fheyProbate Court in and for the county of Lemhi, state of Itlffho. In the Matter of the Mary C. Calvin, deceased Estate ,,f ; Is hereby given in pursu an order of the Probate Court Notice ante of 1___________________________ of Lemhi county, state of Idaho, made on th*- 141ti day of March 1919 in the matter of the estate of Mary C. Calvin, deceased, the undersigner, hg administrator of the said estate, will , sell at prlbate and best blddt Jett to confirmation by the said Pro 1 bate Court on or after March 241r ho, 1919, at 2 o'clock of said day, at Pro- I .bate Court office at Salmon, Lemhi ir of the said estate, will »ate sale, to the highe.- 1 idder for cash and sub irmation by the said Pro county, Idaho, wdl 'he right, title, In j tuest and egftte of the said Mary ! that of said hf-r death, of, tain lot, p(i uate, lying ty, stale of dencrlbed as Tiling par of the east half of th NE t 4 SE'4 of section 17, township 24 nonh. range 21 east, Boise Mori dlan. Beginning at the stake consist ing of a post 2"x4" and 4 feet long, •k 50' of is surrounded by a mound of rock whence the northwest corner of a stone bears north 32 east, and the chi.nnev >n the School House bears south 77 30' west, and the northeast ! chi.nnev ;>n the School House bears south 77 30' west, and the northeast ! conter Of the same 2.02 chains dis j tant (said s akey being at a point 20 ! 42' of ! 'he lai.i" first above mentioned, being con isting of an acre, more or less as ■ deed of April 19. 1912. reeorile : In B,)ok ' pate «13 of Deeds, roc Is ol^Lemhl couidv, together '.dill the bunding» tppurtenanc ;«nd Lnpruvt .ncnla thereon an I all per sonal property inven'erleii wlih . . Id ltd 1- in' -, conalt tins of .stock 01 iuercliendh«!, etc. Terms arul cuulidons of sal«*: eu h, lawful money of* the United State*. All hid.; or offers must be ill writing, nit 1 may he left at the office of E. \V Whitcomb, Km]., or nia\ b" filed in the officri of the clerk Dated March 14. 1919. CHARLES tt. HARDER, Administrator of the Estât, of Mary Calvin. Deceased. .''arch ! I 21, tv. O R P c R TO cuow CAUSE WH N ORDER OF SALE OF REAL ES TATE SHOULD NO T BE MADE. In the Probate Court in and for Lemhi county. State of Idaho. In the matter of the Estate of Tim othy Sullivan, deceased. Ariel C. Cherry, the administrator of the estatV of Timothy Sullivan, <l«>c eased, having filed his petition herein duly verlad praying for an order of sale of all the real estate of the. said dert'dont, or *o much thereof as may be necessary for the purposes therein set forth; IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED by the Court that alt persons interested m the estate of tin- said deceased Be anti appear tsdor«-tlie Probate Court of Lemhi county, Idaho, at the court ri" in thereof in tho court house at ■•'alun 11. io Lemhi county. Idaho, ou ihe luth day of April. l:'l:i, at lu «1 cits k A. M„ then and there to show 1'iiuse why An otdor should not Be; granted to said Administrator to sell! "> mui-!t of the real estate cf said; ie« eased at public or private sale as shail I»- necessary; and that a cop« of 1 Ills imter h«> juititislied at least t nir consivutive w« , ks in the Idaho lie-j cordei. a news]i,ipei pniiU*«), pnolish-j ««I aifil circulated in said l.emlii cotin ry. Idaho Dat'd t his 6th ! iv «f March. 1 .pj ! March d 2*. G. W. CRON K RITE, Probate Judge. Order to 5how Cause Why Order of Sale of Real Estate Should Not Be Made. coun of In the Probate Court of t t> of Lemhi, state of Idaho. In tiie Matter of th,, Estate Mediae! Cullman. «1« < «-.'used. St«>rllng Prie»-, tiie administrator of the estât, of Mich. é -I Cull nan. e«ase«l, having fil«*«l his petition her* in praying for an order of sale ©'( 'fie whole of the real «'»tat«' « * f - >»| «haaalent. for the purpos. s therein set forth. IT IS THEREFORE ORD1-RED b* the said Court, that all persons i- ter.-sted in th«' estate of said dec -s. *sl appesr before the said Probate Court on Monday, the 14th ,i.«v ,,f April. 1919, at 10 o'clock in the fore noon of sard day, at the Court R, H «i of said I'robatV Court, at the court house in Salmon, count\ of 1.« mhl to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said adminis trator to sell all the real «state of salil «1 «'ceased And that a copy of this ord.r be publlsh.wl at least once a week for not less than four consecutive we.riL in Th«* Idaho R«*eordV»r, a nrw-paicr printed and published in said Lemhi county. Idaho, and that said publi cation be completed at h*«s« five di\< prior to said lltfi day of April. 1919 Dated March 11th. 1919. March 11 G \Y CRtUNKRlTU Jutlc* of lfi-,>b April i LEGAL ADVERTISING Notice of Application For Patent Min<-ral Application No. 021939.. Survey No. 2903. Hailey Id2ho February 23. 1919. In til*- United States Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, January 29th 1919. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in pursuance of an Act of Congress approved May l 1 », 1*72 the LEES BURG gold DUST MINING COM PANY, a corporation duly organized and existing under and by virtue ot the laws ot the state of Utah, with its office and principal place of business at Salt Lake City, Utah, and which complied with all the laws of Idaho so as to permit it to carry on business in said last named state, by and through O. E. Kirkpatrick, of Leesburg, Idaho, its agent and attor ney-in faii hen-unto ,iuiv -«uthoriz *<L ha,; made application for a patent for the JiASBROUCH GROUP OF PLACER MINING CLAIMS, consist ing of the BURT PLACER and the HASEROUUH PLACER, containing _____________ ________, ____________ „ gold and silver, and embracing 19.936 acres, all situate in the Mackinaw Mining district in Lemhi county, Ida hg and described by the official plat , and by the field notes on file in the 1 ouice or tne Suveyor General for Ida ho, as follows, to-wit: I , HASBROLCH PLACER, SURVEY NO 2903. ^ orner No. 1 a fir and by the field notes on file in the joffice of the Register of the Hailey, Idaho, Land District, and also in the office of the Suveyor General for Ida j T N0 ! Beginning at ( No. 1 50' E. 1353 ft. to cor. No. 1, the place! of beginning. Containing 11.511 acres. I BURT PLACER, SURVEY NO. 2903. ' Beginning at corner No. 1, which is identical with cor. No. 2, Has brouch placer of this Survey ' abov'e described; from which IT. S. Mineral 1 Monument. No 3 Mackinaw- Mining District, bears N. 13" 07 ' 58" e [ 1875.42 feet: thenee S 10" 58' E District, bears N 13 1875.42 feet; thence S 553.4 ft. to cor. No. 2; thence S. 37= ' 42' \V. 862.8 ft. to cor. No. 3; 'hent-e ! f survey, is the Gold Dust" I ode Survey No. 1248. ' ' fhe Amended Loca'ion Certificate of the Burt Placer Mining Halm aforesaid, is recorded in the office ( -f 'he County R'rcorder of Lenthf coun tv. Maho, in Book 'K"*of "Minin nain^pagejâô^e n" the Arnen.h xkhstv, .«xxvxxxxr« or* e w en an a* «y. * _ * PALACE RESTAURANT NOW OPEN TO PUBLIC Under forme, well-known management of LOUIS, ■vho was located at same place in Salmon ten years ago. He has come back. Please call and let him serve you as of old. Everything new. 2 \0 9. This Shoe Business 1 ' 1 ' IBDES have gone down 1,1 r I ,:iri;s OF SHOES are still going up er» of sheit 'has been' pu/ uj 1 us" 8 n Uzzled a S01d ma ny buy answer? put to us - 1,0 yon want to know the First, it • nnlng Without nrantl-.nl ' a <-"COnd, SOIUC hl«l'.' , nn(i , T« l )nstr U ct i on , ha"p f *nc r eastvJ , lM e Der ^ P ,:!nni slum retailers, without practical k r -— Cen, '- Socond - 1 t u ir profit to mount up to 200 par c 1 * '■r.vthing is high. Are wo right? Jn, want your horse shod y hi want a pair .of shoe you may drop into a star ige and values expect nt above former prices. Ev Judge ior yourself. Whin von JOU do not go to the jeweler . > ourself or member of vn«i When milv foi^;n^ th ^^^ a> ^vy Modern quick s t cation. e hp -, ln T°/ k ar -I «he Walk Overs h ln '*B grades and stvles «pairing. Mail orders hav e prom MACK : l)ocr mipt at ' WE oni,y shoe mam Dr. Wright's Office Salmon Mack's Boot Shop An O \0 Çt <a \0 JJ kk ringer, Sainton Druggist. —Adv. Pioneer Store XICF. LINE OF BUNGALOW APROvq o. Hdc per yd.; Unbleached 00c- PilW t \- 0111 bleached Shaetin? at BoyV Waists 00e : Childr:-,At o" ralk " «T^ r ' 3 ° C ^ loc to 20c per yd . " alla " to lb years old JWii shipment oi SHEEP PATvt « «. i i just received. Groceries Window Draperies for thetablean Groccnes and all other articles -- ne ^bte and-btehen a t ri ght prices. Miner s Tools and Supplies of all Kinds Tiowm M-evc. Co. ltd. LEGAL ADVERTISING ed Location Certificate of the said Hasbrouch Placer Mining Claim is also recorded in said County Record er's office in Book "K" of M.ining Claims at page 156. * BEN R. G.lAY, Register, March 7—May Homestead Entry NOTICE FOR RE-PUBLICATION Serial Nos. 014267 018743 Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, Febru ary 11. 1919. NOTICE is hereby given that John F. Hall of Leadore, Idaho, who, on November 17, 1913, made Forest No. 014267, and j made ad- ! 1 Entry'. wno on December 13, 1915, ditional Forest Homestead .. Ho. 018743 for a tract of 146.o9 aeries "Rhin the Salmon National Forest, embraced in Homestead Entry- Sur ve y No. 361, Lists 4-885 and 4-1521, 1" Unsurveyed township 17 north, range 27 east, Boise Meridian, more j particularly described by metes and , bounds as follows: Beginning at cor-1 ner No. 1 from whence United States Location Monument No. 202 (accept bears S. 89 45' W. 158.65 chains distant; thence N. 55° 10' E., 54.90 mence ». zi t>a a., n.az cnatns to j corner No. 4; thence S. 79 = 28' W. j 23.15 chains to corner No. 5; thence j 8. 54° 57' W. 54.66 chains to cornerjas No. 6; thence N. 28 e 24' \V. 19.98 chains to corner No. 1 the place of [ distant; thence N. 5a 10' E., o4.90 chains to corner No. 2; thence S.89°|'od 43' E., 24.91 chains to corner No.3; j thence S. 27" 53' E., 14.92 chains to | ALIAS SUMMONS i I In the District Court of the Sixth I in ' Judicial District of Idaho, in and for :' lhe co , unty .'' 1 Lemhi ' A,bina Rnber-j Bon. plamtiff, vs. John C. Roberson. defendant, The state of Idaho t0 ,be above named you are h ERE 'i 111 ! a complaint 1 sends greetings defendant : ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 1 complaint has been filed ' assdnst y 0U j n the District Court of ! ho s V Xt ]' Ju d»' ial District of Idaho, . v. w,. oc.wtc n iios oPav/'nf -iif,'"' e . rv ® tl ?'!'. llin sai l . Tu .-„ f Ti ' and within lorty days -i-A f v , . tain dS-.-ee d hJ ' m-itrlmonv tu v Inf i le bondh D, 1^* hriwoÄÄ^ th< * pla , !nt l ff and 1( " _ LEGAL advert^; said name before marriage^ "* is relief. 1 AND YOU ARE FURliti FIED that unless you so"®* answer said complaint ^ time herein specified will take judgment the -:tin si prayed in saU complaint WITNESS my hand L said District Court this iS March. 1919 «U S. Plaintiff. on j— —;— _ Notice of Application f*. and j Serial 024889 March, 1919. By FAYE STEW®' I u Poj.i___'-ear, John H. Padgham Residence, Saling ad- ! U. S. Land Office, H&iu. February 1. 1919. .. NOTICE IS HEREBY chat, in pursuance of the Act Sur- peas approved May 10th, Lemhi Irrigation & Oj^, pany, Ltd., a corporation, j regularly organized and and , df-r and by virtue of the iness at Saknon, Idaho, hag plication for a patent for «_ Chance" placer mining claia *Piri in ( iinnrcro. *» cor-1 and laws of the state of I its principle office and D la to j scare oi taano, upon unsurvwrf W. j and conforming to the official j thereof, and particplarly cornerjas follows, to-wit : Beginning at the SW corner of [ 4, section 34, township Chance placer mining claim, S.89°|'od in (unorganized) Geerteon j Mining District, county of to | state of Idaho, upon unsurvev» thence, survey for i ___ __ .. . . I in J ° lnin S or :' Dg bfn R nR vv L E Glennon attornev ^ Februarv 14—April 10. NOTICE FbR PUBLICATU Serial No. 024880. Department of the Interior, 1 ' of Land* Office at Haii'ey, Idaho*' arv 17. 1919. that Gilmore, I ' 19Ug No. 0 SW% non zö, township 14 «'«•*» east, Boise Meridian tice of intention to make final year proof to establish claim ' land above describe before Alle Merritt - 1 ■ 3 Oommlsssioner, tt Idabo > 'he 10th day of rang» " Bw! names as Vitnesse. Conlett, John Campbell, boil Gilmor 1 ^, Idaho, and Jacob Line Fred H. Chase ot' Leadore, Idaho, BEN R. GRAY, February 21—March 28. NOTICE ~FOR PUBLICATION Serial No. 0109S0 i 024100 Department of the Interior, Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, her 28, 1918. ! NOTICE is hereby given Jesse Root of Warren, Idaho on March 6, 1912, made F. Homestead Entry No. 010980, who on June 28, 1918, made A Homestead Entry, Serial No. 02tt for a tract of 157.65 acres within! Idaho National Forest in sections and 37, unsurveyed township forth, range 12 east, Boise Meri" embraced in Homestead entrv vey No. 29S, List Nos. 742-4-480 4-1998, more particularly describe! metes and bounds as follows:-" ginning at corner No. 1, from whe' 1 United States Location Monu •No. 298, bears north 78° 00' west chains distant; thence S. 69 3 07' j 14.00 chaitis to corner No. 2; the" I south 20 "' 53' west 79.70 chains corner No. 3; thence north 69° west 24.00 chains to corner No. thence north 20 c 53' east 46.05 ch corner No. 5; thence south fiD east 10.00 chains to corner* 6: thence north 20° 53' east 35. 1 chains to corner No. 1, the place I beginning, lias filed notice of int it ion to make five year proof to tahlish claim to the land above cribed before Allen C. Merritt. V" ed States Commissioner, at SaU Idaho, on the Sth day of April. t laiment names as witnesses: K. Parrott, August Hotzell, Janson, Jacob Janson, all of W* Idaho. ; ben R. gray. Registe r. Try This For Sour Stomach. Eat slowly, masticate vour f" ! thoroughly. Eat buf little meat none at all for supper. If you still troubled with sour stomach t* one of Chamberlain's Tablets be' going to bed. For sale by E. G. E ringer, Sainton Druggist. —Adv.