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The Idaho Recorder.
El ESTABLISHED 1886 SALMON, IDAHO. APRIL 11, 1919 VOL. XXXIV, XO^ FOR SALE At Burbridge Corrals, Salmon HEREFORD B VLLS All Registered, from 13 months to 2 years. Anxiety breeding Hall & Thornton OWNERS Seeds For Field and Garden Are now Kere in ample stock and complete variety, including plenty of Onion Set§. Orders filled promptly, and you may be certain to get what is wanted for all purposes. Shenon Hardware Co. Condensed Statement Condensed Statement of the Citizens National Bank, Salmon, Idaho- December 7, 1918. Resources Cash and Sight Ex change ................$ 88,378.49 Loans and Iiiscfts.... 332,551.03 Municipal Bonds and Warrants ............... 186,508.50 Banking House and Furniture .............. 31,000.00 Liabilities Capital Stock ............ 100,000.00 Surplus and Profits 14,554.10 Deposits ............ 459,920.52 Rediscounts Fdderal Reserve Bank 03,955.00 Total Liabilities $638.438.62 Total Resources ........$638.438.62 I hertby certify the above statement is correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. G. B. QUARLES, President. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK "Sincerity" Crackers Dainty, Delicate, Delicious! Famous for Quality WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED and now have on dis play a very- complete stock of "Sincerity Sodas and Cookies, made bv the Lindquist Cracker Co. of Denver. We honestly believe these crackers to be the very best line ever carried in Salmon and would appreciate your purchase of a trial package. Besides the usual standard sizes Sincerity Salted Sodas arc pu* up in 3-lb tins and the Grahams in 5-lb wooden boxes. Buy your next crackers trom Greene's Grocery SUMMERSPRESIDENT LEMHI COUNTY FAIR •- j , Th* Lu iir.ss Men*« ««aelalifi lojk ui> some important mutters I t». con.-d deration at the regular meeting lhst V edneeday p.»yht, including tb* appointment cf u new president Mr the county fair association in Bar® 1. Sumuu rs if l.e can bo induced tip ÎÏ&* U; " , n r, ? hd t° anJ 5 roun * ? I I «Williams lake if ihat be found prae-jall ncal, and the publication of a manual cr handbook of Lemhi county if that can be done within the limits of the i-.seociatian's resources. ! The appointment of the fair presi dent will be determined after Pré» idem J. H. Wright confers with Me. Summers A« to Williams lake road the chair appointed Supervisor Scrib ner. W. H. Shoup and Arthur Green* to report upon the practicability <4 the enterprise. In connection with I the booklet to advertise the county^ which was brought up by the aecre* , tary as something badly needed, th# chair appointed J. F. Melvin. Harry P Hagen and G. H. Burk to rei>ort as (to the scope of the undertaking. The Williams lake road wag brought up front the receipt of a let* ter presented by Mr. Melvin writteil ; by O. J. Randall, a resident of th* i upper end of the lake, where he own* u ranch, saying: j ^ "To the Lemhi Business Men's assn. iGentl-tuun: 1 ant writing your honor able body with the view of soliciting j your aid in the building of a road (an automobile road) to and along side 1 of Williams lake. By so doing this twill fill a long and much fel' want in thV? way of opening up a natural amusement place for Salmon. It goes without saying that if a good road is built to the lake that It is but the matter of a short time until there will be small boats, a gasoline 'launch, a small sailboat, etc., togeth ;er with boat house, eating house and I a few cottagV-s. 1 "Not only is this nerd .felt by Sal ; mon and vicinity but such a place I would be a drawing card In interest ing capital in these parts, a feature which should never be overlooked, i I might here state that I have» been indirectly informed by a government fish hatchery man that the infection that a portion of the fish of the lake are troubled with can be Inexpensive ly and eff«*otually treated by merely stocking the lake with another varle I ty of the same fish, which Btork ' would be furnished by a state hatch jery. ' s * I—i at®* nr rfiVb above mentioned road with aniph I width to Insure safety, convenient j turnout places, and m u grade not to excel',!* 8 or 10 per cent. • "In view of the fact that I have a ranch west of the lake and th'.* road would give me an outlet for my place jl will subscribe liberally toward it. : I* is estimated by thoge who have i looked the proposed roadway over carefully, that it will cost from $4,000 I to $4.500. There is no doubt that the forest department will aid ninterlallv With -the road as It will be the mean» of opening up a vast quantity of tint ber The county also will likely be glad to subscribe toward It. It seems appropriate that the business men of Salmon should take the Inititative In this matter Trusting you will all give this your due consideration. 11 am respectfully yours, O. J. RAN HALL. Kalmen. Location for Woolen Mi'l. Secretary Blscoe read h letter Crom J F. Lever. 965 Sou'll Third West sire -t. Suit Lake, inquiring Salmon as a place for a small woolen mill. Mr Lever said in th* letter'ton. i h , , 1 w Ila '~L w.„,i wok about that he was looking up :« location and this city has been roctintmendf-d. lis- wanted to know the condition to power and pr■>• peel* for a sttltablql buliding and tin «tructed t<i supply secretary was in the Information. REO CR 03 S NOTCS The* drive for used rlothine v.,; - n great success in Lemhi county Tin quota of two ton.* was **a«he,) with a few pound. t«i spare. Mr Sctiooi er wie an efficient chairman unci tb work was carried on in a most y. tentât ic manner Site w.i ably as sist'rl by Miss Margaret Shoup, M, J J. Itonnelly. Mrr,. i»an < Mrs Frazier, Mrs. Havi-numn Mr. Cran dali. Mrs. Ev«-rett Mrs Harrj Het linger, Mrs. O'Conni-ll Mrs Clennon. Mrs. Carpenter. Mrs Kirrigan, Mrs Bradshaw, Mrs K>-tchurn. Miss Lons dal«-. Miss Laura Shoup and Mr I»or«-. The auxiliaries all responded gen« rously to the call. The exeeutiv cornmitt« i r«-quests that all Red Cross workers w bo have given 800 hours or more «if service since April 6. 1917, shall make an ap plication f«»r servie forms for this purpose ready for sig natur«- They will be found at the certificates Red Cross rooms where a «■onimitt«*o is in charge Monday and Friday af tternoons. Fpr>n the signature of these applications you will ih«-n re ceive a s<-rvice badge. .There Is still a larg* amount of wwing and knitting at the rooms which is to be finished by May 15 Volunteer« are request«» to call for the work as soon as possible Iton't let your help lag for a little while longer as these garments are much n«-cfled in the stricken districts I»t C F. HannR-r. roemts-r of the executive committee, will represent the l>emhi county chapter a' a Red Cros- conference In Seattle April 10. 11 and 12. at which time the fu'ure plans of the American R«-d « ross will be discussed Guy K Suavely, assis tant manager of the- A R C.. ••nd from Washington. !' f will st and I»r. J. F Steiner of the national depart »1st division, will aDo to present to give addresses. ment of civilian relief, and Lleuten ant Dyrnent. R. (' searcher with the HUNDRED-MILE HIKE TO PROVE UP HOME -- Salmon had »visitors thU twk In Jet s, Root, a home«trad « ntryman from ChataUrlaln hasm. tu», I K. K .Parrott and August Hotxcll. landown -re from the saute locality in Idaho icounty, witnesses for Root in th« la! iter** final proof submitted before U. s Commis wionrr Merritt. They had come up the river afoot till the, reached Shoup whence they found an automobile coming to Salmon and |Shou| Mt took passage therein for th.- compte tlon of the long Journey in a few hours. They had been four day* afoot M'.the river. The homes of thfese settlers are to rated in the mountain fastnesses of Idaho county, more than on - hundred miles from Salmon by the tortuous route of thplr Journey hither. Th >y ! are sturdy men. Just as would be looked for In the last frontier of the: wilderness wherf- they have set up . homes. They told The Recorder that | most settlers like themalves In thaï country live lonely lives of bachelors. j always In hopes, however, that they may be able a Utile later along to In duce llfepartners to come and make real homes j (>n the long hike they saw lois of ! ga me, including d«rr and grouse, but the season was too early for hear to be oui. After arriving here they as or-rtained that Capt Harry Guleke would have n transport down the rtv er early this week, so they waited for passage that way Capt. Guleke carried down two boats, which cast off from the Sal mon wharf Wednesday afternoon Besides the Root party he carried Percy Anderson as his first mute. L< Mooney, Tracey Hutcheson and Vic tor Srhaupp. Supplies for pointa down the river made up a large ton nage for both boats. One of the ar tides in tb» - » consignment for Mr. Root was a mowing machine, proba bly the first in his sett lenient In Chamberlain basin, where there are eight ranch houses, all but one of them presided o\y*r by bachelors Water Rights on Juu Cr*«k. Even U**foti* the milling snows have brought down any of the waters used to irrigate the lands along tile river below Salmon, the right* to that beneficent flood are being look ed after by those »unitled to It* use. ^ttbc ,r«*ult u contention ha* al PWf*'Jtl1li , n *#~Tv> -rtto itffftilnlifient °f tin* watermaater, with two oppos ing candidates for that important of fice. Dtp- of th'e candidat . -h Is Frank M. Tlngley and the other Newton Hihhs (»wing to the fuilurc to receive In structions from the slate engineering department in the reorganisation of that tTeparinsent there was no elec lion called in time and so tin- ap pointment must be made. It is said, direct by that department. It 1* un deistood that Hihhs is favored by In terests represented by Peb-r McKLn n-ey and Tlngley by W C Sinlrii and others. Tpe controversy bids fair lo get Into the courts for tlnsi settle ntem. War Mother« Organize. The War Moliiers of Lemhi county organize I Sunday. April tit it at tin the Red Cross rooms. Those p reuen t were Mrs. M L Emigh, county War Mother; Mrs. R S Klnu-y. vice War Mother; Mrs KUa Nliniann, treasurer. Mrs W. I! cretary; Mrs. Della Hand I Anna M Gaver, Mrs. Hattie j Rop«-. Mrs F. M Islev. Mrs , Hubbard ami Mrs Fannie H« asjger One oi th« Importun' , bj«-« f E. L rub« t dren and ti The old folk • lib us.'oriulton is to prepar niorlal f«u soldiers hating mad« tin 'Upf-nte hucriDt «-, Including thos« who have suffered physical mutila Don with mention of :tli tlo.-e wiio t r\e<i. R i, expected that vt m War MotNer of Lemhi county will I» c >me ji member The -lu« » an 25« A war niott-er will »•« uppointisl tor «ach district to solicit mem to rs The next meeting will h. held at 'he Rc«j Cross rooms Sunday, April 13th. All mothers of sons and dsugt »«-rs In 1 1 « army or navy «>f the Fnit •d State- are «-arm-stly requ<-st«-d to be present Their Golden Weddtm Mrs A Re rt K»- ry r«-turn< «i on Fr day last from attending the g.ild«-n w-dding «eiebratlon of her parent*. Mr. ami Mrs Juuk-s M Aglderson. at Meridian, biabo, near tin Mat« <,,p Hal There ar*- fi«e daughters and two bo>r of this union, all living urn! all married. With sixteen grand-ehil great grand • hlldoen r<t**«-d the plains by ox (cam j n ih 77 Mr. Antbrsttn has been a<)«\< all his lit«- in pubil« sod toditical afT.iirs- having i*-rv«-d !»< t* mis as c«iunty treasurer of Ada and a- may« r of Meridian. Sixty i«-opl* «elebrated with the ag'd couple Hi> >r golden Jubile* which was called f«*t »aid Fellows' hall when** « honn'< t supper »as served, with festlvltl«* to mark th«- hat«py occasion. _ Patkaw«y Sub Divition. !.. K Glennon is advertising an auction «if lots in Psrkaway sud-div ision for Wednesday. April 23. In the ad-.ertistng column*- also appears the preliminary a<iw«- r t|»ing for a city alrs-ndy laid, will make Rarkawav m werage system for this tract This impro*< ment tog<-ther with water from the city mains to enn»«- along also, b* si«]es the p»-rmanent si«!» walk principal avenue of approach to the city from the east and south. highly d«*slrable resid -nlial tocalitj with its situation commanding the •h .;. v •!• + ■:• + <■+•> + 4* <• ♦ LEA DORE * ***♦♦♦**♦*♦♦*♦♦♦* There wan u dance gl\«*n at th. High school tost Friday night for the benefit of th** schools. Lunch was fur- . niahed by the dome«Ik tcioeN d< paruaem und the i.rw. -d» (rum both amounted to Uh». I:•adore will celebrate Arbor dav by cleaning up the^achool grounds j, K:nij;h was up tn m Sal this week on twain#«*. For Usa Morphey, who has been In the marine ».nice at Mare Island, railed last Saturday for the Hawal ian toi» mir William llciwen of Gilmore came down the first of the week en route to Dillon on business Mrs. Watkins, county superlnu-n dent. visited the Gilmore and Lead «f schools last week. The Henry- Glister family have moved from town back to (be ranch, Mrs. George t'lark is visiting in Salmon Mrs. W. B Hart spent the wVek end in Lcadore. W E Alfred Yearian of California ac jcompanted his mother, Mrs. Jack Yearian. to Leadorc last week where H he will visit her daughter. Mrs. Hays, Mrs. J. I\ McGlvney, who has been visiting ln ("hallt», r«durn.'*d home . . , " Fa>U- has returned from business trip to Salmon. Mrs W. D. Farbham. who has been spending the winter with - her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. 8 O. Watson. In Salmon returned lo Leadote last wevk with her cliildr.-n Francis Buster of Salmon 1* assist tng Don Casierlin as forest ranger. ADDITIONAL MACHINERY FOR SUNSET M. AND M. CO. Purchase of a new and up lo date crusher for the plant of tile Sunset Mining and Milling company, operat ing Ht I a*adore, is announced by See cretnry 8 I). Hu (Taker. It is estimat ed no ntuik* than two week* will be required for th« tntallaPc.n of thi* additional equipment and iu the meantime tac mill will g-y right along, handling the or* from the property, a* the table* are doing *n ttrely satisfactory work, the only piem-nt trouble being the crusher, the one In use being neither new nor lIHHlern Mr. Huffatoer says that settlement had Just been recHvod on the last of car of concent rates «gent down from $30 per ton net, the concent rales showing 36 per cy-nt lead. Another fifty-ton cn,r was started from the tnlm- 8ntur«la> Another I» being loaded, «ml ns the plant la now luttkl ling from twenty-five to thirty Ions of ore per ilnv, making about four («•ns of «um t entrât«** every twenty four hours, it Is d<'om<'d reasonably «• rtnln that with (lie insinuation of the new crusher with a fifty ion per day capacity tin- shipments ahould be regular front Hie toiler part of April. Superintendent Wllforl Van Wag on en of the Suna«>t company, Attor n«> I-: c Ashton and Haniu.l Hortp eoff. the latter two of the American Smelting a. Ijefinlng company, have j return«*«! to Knit Lake from an in I speed on Of Ho- Sunset propert y Bothl th. a!tnm<-> ,-tnd the «engineer wen ! plmsed with the deCelopinentS at the!''* mine and Mr SoupcofT «-xpr< . m-<i himself as firm In the belief that th« ! Sunset wm among the most promis ing or the many properties visited by ! him In recent years Corporal Donald Martin Write«. cpl. Iionold K Marlin writ«*» from Ik adqunrti rs of ti»l lid, p A. In I ran«' to «ay that the recent publica lion about th.- Doth infantry as !.. mg a regular arm) unit was obvious jl>' erroneous from the fact that th* rerim, nt««l nuinber« of the regular 111,111 *1" net «-«lend abov«- «,n«- bun < JC.1 and therefor«* Ihe ibTth Infan Dy could not b< a r*-Kul.«r army ot gnnlxatfon cpl. Martin tuk •» cw-ca ion also to ri-i'.-r to th* fact that tin '«rH« le in question tm iP n catory to j the r*.--,!<* and uneompllm-ntar) to Hu "fin « « « and «-lilial« «I personnel then «if. which. 1 -w . « , r. wnot tn> intention at all In the publication. — ------ Lewi* and Clark Lecture. A kismI house that yi«-ld«-d gross r« « r-ipts of $33 85 h«ar«i th« la-wls and « lurk Pftuie yesterday aft. rnoott by the Rev Robert H StrlnglVllow Th. tyl'.-iik.-r told many personal an«-< ilot.-s of tlv famous trän*« «min.-ntal trail and recounted Ms iw-r-ojnnl .* perieiu-s of a tong r. -««j. mv tn l«!«. lift and Montana tliat emliellished th« l<-ctur< mon delightfully for an hour A feature « f the l -fiure of *!«•« ini Int.-rt-st »as a showing of lantern «-llde* of great beauty. Ht.**« view« representing th<* work of Mr String fellow himself, in Isrg number*. Familie» in Double Shuffle Move Mr and Mrs BUI Rark« r wer.- thi »«■«■k ruoeVd from rnncli of Wilson è Big creek ranch of the same corn pan y from which place Mr and Mrs Harry Maynard were tranafem-d I« ihe Rahalmaroi place »r th« aim time Harry Wbi*»- made th«> rtoubb shuffle move by automobile, that i to say, as far as an auto would trat el toward the Big creek ranch. ihe I'ahsimarol Rrauor to the For City Clerk. Aile-rt H Ford y< *t.-r<U) fil*-«i s petition carrying the names of l«-»d ing burin* ss nu n w ho are supporting him for th«- office «»f city clerk ami p«»lice Jinlg. at the coming munii ipal e|«*ction ( Ralph Thrasher return«--! soldier from Fran«« ha- <i..-« Hn>-<1 to tun f<*r till* cfTS« but prefers prlvr'e «tu pic.* roc nt AN OTHERS UCCE IN THIS STOCK I The offering« at tha sale i*«L da\ in Salmon .f low a bull« r* .collected bv Harry Summ«« «il gv-ther buyers who w- re wll i>«v high t.Hoes for otiallty bi * 7 imunder was kjxncktri down i Smith a Son at their bid o' others »old around the satiO ' Among the other sale» he« Among the other sales besicj tt\p notch,-r to Smith ic Son Thomas A. A-rrell W W. Slav lu (two) , Mick Mlhu Floyd Gondel! Wm (»inter Marion Mulkey E S. Edwards, Jr.. There were numbers of privately. Mr. Summera told corder that he was wall aatlsfl the reault In Introducing th* breeding Block In Salmon e' aside from a small profit jllttle later the same buyers Int 'bring Into th* country 10 or 4*4 of heifers of this same breedlni PROMINENT EALMONITBt f OIVC WEDDING TOGS T» THE FOREIGN DESTI« A news item In the ____ from Salmon fells of the donat prominent SalraoniUs* of tbeli i ding suits for the needy in and France. This form of seem*, was fvadlly approved thrifty wives, who themaeiv«^ out the hudhanda' dress sails longer desirable to have In the» for any possible nuptial While the wives would not any of their own finery been« hap* for some possible hereafter. The story as gives the names of William C. well known county official ent live stock grower, »ö d F. lard, prominent contractor an manufacturer, as donors of j suits of clothes that ser«$sd ' once for all In the marrying Ceunty Recerds. Northwestern Development f Camele Rock fourth interest in rove claim No. 1. Discharges from the army I been recorded for Harold J, A Hen C Merritt et at. bavs ed locations for eleven mining in Gravel range district and Anderson thise claims on ore»*k. Mt». J A. Owen ha* recoi de,-d from John L. Morgan I street residence property tn for which ahe »aid $1.500. Newton Hlbba and wif« ha' th.-lr lands In twp. a north, «■«»t to the Lsuuhi Irrigation fo: $6.0011 <>n tin same day that Mrs. Chaney obtained her divorce district court, Frank I*. C 'li.-tri«-« ««.urt, Frank I*. Chan* Ihrtoher-ln-iaw, was married if j l ,, «hale Court to Mis* Dolly IUJ I tA ' r 1 ' hl " t 1 » 1, Orst mart wh,ch «'ronkrlt* official! ! H'lrs of the Jam'-» Hocke; the!''* ,,,U h * v '' *»«»1*1 two lots In lo N Lewi* for »15». ! ------- - —— Pe * P, *"*'*B Soon to B«gl ! William Routier, representing S rs Bros. In )h«-lr »«-«-«l p«<a ente») »Ti on \\ edneattoy. to Spe| < ounty, came up from in Lemhi Falls wv k in tm Salmon country, exported tliat s«-e«| for planting will arrlte s«ime Hate next wv<ef lhat a usai <«f upward of a ihot at le* Will b« planted to Hie ■ »K'ul furnier» «te a g «toil tha priie« guaranteed tn< »atlsfact Inquiries may be tuadv of Mr. t< r r.t » ft« Sbetton hotel r«-g* «•ont raets in this c.inneetton —- Burled at Salmon j Mrs \\ llllaru B Kesl. whose o*'«vnr«-d last vy, ,-k ut Hutte, «« b «l on Tuesday lost at the 8 c nii tery, with service« conduct« He Rev. Mr Stringfcllow frog 1 plscopnl church. William M « Im» Van Ktratt. James II. t'«>c H n«l ^ !!«-} Ros« »«-re the t *< ar ,>f '' Ikviy («» lay if to rest « —-—---— Hagen'« Op«n.ng. Hagen's cafe I« advertising tb« lurJt'-y dinner of the season formal opening of that popular on Sunday. April 13, with ste*ci si«' T<* mark th« cwtasion carat »ill b presented to the ladle* af' 1 . r i!inn«-r elgara to gentlem« the tables. Th« usual excel) Ccsiklng and servlqe will — —— -.......—......... prera New Merchant at Tendoy. ( J«*c Mulk- y has become th« . of the Hatbbun store at Tend^J which he t«»ok charge y.wtertlg is also to become postmast* »hieb offl«. he succeeds O. L. Mr Mulkey has lately to- n ma of the Shenon hot. I and prior t( connect ton »tts with the 8 Hardware company out. L.v« Stock Moti-g G W Oliver has billed fori n«« nt to Spokan.- this w k !w< of bog* Ten <ar* of « attic frorl Rahsltnaroi ar«- to go out ab«»u same time, for «.-«-ding stock tana lju*t Sunday six car* of bought front t'hrto Nagel wrrg Closing Out c«rt*«n Lin«« ( Tlte Salmon bakery advertU « losing out of-certain line« of gnetds at pri«-«-s tha« are attract] rar.-fu! buyers See ad for tors.