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The Idaho Recorder.
JSHED 1886
SALMON, IDAHO, JUNE 20, 1919
VOL. XXXIV
No. lX^
RMONYMINES CO
Spent in Development and Equipmen of this Property
fproximately 3,200 ft. of Underground Development
tonnage of copper ore blocked out. Prospective value enormous,
is development since 1916.
lpany has spent most of the above sum in LEMHI COUNTY; to
{benefit of the COUNTY. IV e were the forerunners in what will
one cf the*vell known Copper Districts of the United States.
proved cur ability to operate a mining property in a sound engi
jid business manner. It seems as though the more vague and farth
proposition is the, easier it is to sell to some people. AWAKE TO
IRTUNITIES THAT ARE AT «OME
leeently made a valuable addition to our ground. The property,
iture plans are available and open to your inspection. You are
[visit the property at any time. No need to taka any one's word.
lis hidden. Invest in something that will directly benefit you, your
lour county.
OFFERING YOU AN OP PORTUNITY JUST BEFORE PRO
VISIT THE MINE AND DECIDE. STOCK $1 A SHARE.
[GOOD UNTIL CONCENTRATOR
AFTER THAT TOO LATE.
BEGINS OPER Af ION
HARMONY MINES CO.
Salmon, Idaho
1
LAGS TO
E. LEE
|own livestock
is accidentally
[Friday even
e'range 0 Th e j
been fighting
tat were loose ;
rner went °ut
Ito* secure "the
I the rope had
(the stalllorj's
pg was sough! i
|horse sprang
around Mr
'caîî^dTo
not know
puled. If was
__ :
p to see Lee
[,Gte frighten
*- anions pow
over the
[find tha, the
*^e victim of
I lying help
" where his
breathed
water was
he surviv
r. Corcoran
nort Sunday
- held an
when the
» were de
« was first
blephone on
was a na
ent nearly
He was
It*datives <n
Jdcnt G R
Itional br.nV
fto relatives
St Orphiem
fd'ic st« k.
nifatior.
t
re W C
M. Brad
Frev
and
chran
rl and
th.
the
hehl
on
It the
Sal
* wer«
» 5f
the ct
J«.«s
Sur
Fheraxan.
■ th.
|e«l tempo
estate,
to ap
rraf. a
I for a per
hntii i?r.
of the
I the inter
itt s;>esks

'
«vf th»
In all
WATER RIGHTS IN
THE PAHSIMAROI
| The adjudication of water
j
rights j
j in lhf . Pahshnarol brought to Salmon
thlg wepfc a , arRe dpI „ Ration of
e j ,anther8 from ,hal '*»»«*• A dia 1
'Pute had arisen in the interpretation
; of an order of court directing the dis
ftri^utSon of tho waters of the Pahai* ' -
l* naro * and its tributaries. ,0 the pre-{
fudlce of certain ranchers living on j
R ig creek, who contend that HJg ;
i creek is not in fact a tributary of the
Rahsimaroi at all except for the brief j
high water season and that further- (
I f
morë ihë Brr^rrighu'anTedkïe'r""
{«R but three rights in the Pahsfma-! [
roi river below the mouth of Rig ,
' ■
: bektw the mouth of__ „
creek. It was shown that the water
nias, er. Lee Elliott, or his deputy, I
Bob Shannon, was acting or about to
act so a* to deprive the nig creek
ranche.rs of their heretofore undfs
PUted rights there and to turn the
flow of Big creek down the natural
channel.
The gathering of the ranchers af- 1
fected served to give réassurance
that iheir rights would not be violât- i
ed in the premises. Harry Holden. '
Idaho Falls attorney, was present to I
represent the contentions of Gone j
Smith and I.um Mulkev. whose
ranches are locat'd below Rig erwk.
while Brodhead Ä- Ambrose of Mack- j
cv came ,0 represent the Rig crock
water users.
The delegation of ranchers inrlnd
>d Rill and Ted Barsolow, Val Mae]
r.or. John Thompson. C. C. Thompson
Falls. Mrs. H«w.per. Mis O'Nielt
Dave Tigart. Wallace Hawley. F ■?
Cochran *
Th« 1 unnsualtv shc.r* w»* r :pt y
tn the vallev this year is the cause
for the con tent I
Pirn^scs Clicnh to
One of the largest
full,
that arose.
Wdi imi Lake
Picni
Sunds v
dan! sh;
whence
or two
climbed
smooth
mundinc
were M
•m. Mr
Vi
an«l Mrs Fr ik- MrCnrV-.
-nd Mr* riarence Mcfrack
• r. Mr. an-1 Mr* R T .Tr' rs'n Mr
•nd Mrs Vfrn Ga«-roll an«J son Xfr
«■nd Vr- R F Gonlee. V* art Mr*
' f ac Pvcstt. M- an«? Mrs H W
M'ahtej; Miss Jessie Rim* Otis =ls
vtn Glr-lr* <=lavin Thur-'ep Me
GrseVcn JT T! Pu* Rs-mond
«Mile M!«s El ta Cou!» v;.. TWinr
r -fe Mis* I.cola Noxhlngs and
Malwl McTtaln
Hif« dealing*, wlihott*
leaving an tnemy in all
[CHALLENGE FOR A TEN
ROUND BOXING CONTEST
j Lditor Idaho Recorder- Dear Sir:
[Would you please publish the follow
|ing challenge: A1 Nelson of Roise
[who is with the H. O. Rardsley'» sur
j veying crew, would like to meet any
«
'"«n for a six or u-nV<und imx
>ng match, to bo held as a Fourfh of
1 135 ' ^^""will^'msSn^bom
the 20th of this month Tours truly
R. K HOLLISTER, Manager.
' - * ar ° ^ » Baker Idaho.
JunP _
j , . ,
; -wage Quarles III.
,n *be midst of active court trials
j Judge Ralph P. Quarlea was las*
week attacked by Illness, develop,»!
f tvsm m nl«wf„ I x. . «
9
f<
11 anacK, ' d by ,l,n ^ ^velop„l
[ rom ma,arii * *"<' lun.bago. that has
kf P' him a, home ever since under

all
the care of Dr. Hanmer.
Salmon Creamery Co. Ltd. r
SALMON, IDAHO
Our reputation for fair dealing and reliable
goods, rout 3led with the De Laval re co rd of
service and durability, has made the De Laval
Cream Separator the lead er in this community.
P IE creamoymon knows which separator skim« cleanest, coats
the least to keep in good working order, and last* the longest.
He has !o know. Toe wrong separator might easily mean a loss
to him of severs! thousand dollars a year
They can't fool the creameryman
That's why 98% of all the separators u^d in the
world's creameries and milk plants arc Pc Lavais.
r "98% «ifall
Separators ü -«4
infte World's
^-Triesi
And U'* yjt\ a: impartant !o you
a* it it to tKn crcanr.eryrmn that
you nt.!.« no nâstoke in y oui clrotce
ol a rrc-ata oeparotor.
V. Iiy not Le gugied by tbc
crearo'.rymxa'» experience?
Come in some 6*f
and talk it over
i
I
SOONER OR LATER YOU WILL BUY A
BE LAVAL
I
BLUE RIBBON
CATTLE SHOW
The Lemhi
,
_ . _
f ount, hhor'hom
wo» able
,
1 Breeder»' association __________
ntuater a gathering of a hundred per '
aons last Sunday afternoon on in ex
curaion to make the round» of mem
ber» of that young and vigorous or
ganuation who Wte within easy
ro»ch of Salmon and to Inspect rév
érai hundred head of this highly fav
• ding tin
h
Of importin' amj hr.
cvutle when a few ......
I lunged headlong Into debt to buy n
h.ni <.f 26 i,I them |n Ohio at- It's
found lion Of this herd there vv, re
orefnully 13 gnulcs and the isatne
muithi r if ihoroughbrtnl e They paid
for themselves within r, tew years.
T»iat vv » * wh.ti Mr Sjuith owned a
great pride
rea? illeasM^th T* l ? • flord '* i
üoi P / ï J comw * wUh »»clng
«»ttle of high degree snd having
their points of excellence pointed out
a îssl £ or i in *
wen, along, comprising "rnSr. InA
aüd " * co1 * ° f «•*»
The social feature was marked by
a bountiful luncheon served el très
CO Ht the Rock Rose stock farm of
pim'-' 'v'si ed , * h rnd'er S, "the ^nvlHnr Y
«t.-i..!, t-naer the Inviting
were iX"mëd by i
by Mrs. gum"-™ wife of TlàrrvA*
Sumtnom X ^ccntly cam!* ,ô U ve
near Salmon tr an Mnm-u. ,
hr»a SI nor ! lin
ih the w t.d. ;„e s In thaï sVde ,
*1 w* \>. Htarn r WJttenWg v- »
fin I , , , BI .... ! ,1
n,e BainS iÂï'ks:
ranch near Tendoy This" he'^Vd* iö
buy his «resent ideal slock f. t
Bock Pose " f
Guests were shown the grades and
pure blood:. ,î t
plue» when i; h Mosses b*s j
agent' of Ada who was „resent »»Tt '
guest Of the ' Lemhi county agent P
H. Davidson extoli..!
and fine points even ■ i n U' a i
party being able to follow' he speak
er MS he directed i T. tiT !,
bovine tH-HU.r^emMed 'n n,,;.;
ing patiently -it attention fi». Hl . !i„
the dual purpose Shorthorns' No,
long ago Mr ^Ith t' , o
InDoduitlon^ Of tlhile a^a , ,
with his led- and now there a | me s',
in that auspicious, beginning fo, him
and how the same number or Rs .
•ihlu. 2t;. is M-en again in Ids' n's.'lm »I
portât on The date of the Smiths
r A» ïô a ( '°T > r" ,,lU>bl W
As further showing how tl iff
hoodoo fails to get in its at t.ointej
n{' r . k , on , Kock Ro »*-- Grandpa Henry P.
fn. ss wu» > *' ar î tar,,,d th< b '" bus
mess w ith a do* n ami one stands
am within the year find» himself
with exactly tht.e times the origin
al number of the*«, wonderful work
« rs Th.- old gentleman, who tu «Ke» ; ,
his home with the Smith family, took
Rji showing off his b«-«*s
Hi erbest îtdvimagê^ln^th^ir mod
<rn hives.
Rtie^he sVk men'an 771 *f , H .
betook th«m-J*..*. »...L V.. r Î
and then
further si
^re of ■JhT'Vomer'^if aTm.ny'^STîï
« Vi x. UlL.* 1 I .... ___ . 1 . .
*0, w iäi=
on down th»» rlv**r on a
survey of Shorthorns tin th»
way into Salmon a utop whh mad** at and
the enclosures a, the railroad sta
9 on w here the la-rnhl Orehat-1 and
Irrigation company was carrying a
large herd of Shorthorn bull* and a
f< w Shorthorn heifers, atamt two
score of the former -half s* man, of
Hpr ' unfortunately the
Æ makln,r . u . p I^h^ps
'7 J»rge»t assembly of the kind in
all the region, got scared at the at
the
I en! ion (hey wen* attracting nml
scampered off, to prevent the close
inspection that was ao much desired.
The heiter» «ere »een and g really
admired at close view. Below Sal
m»n. on the leased meadow» of the
railroad, were large number» of
, Shorthorn row» but mo»t of these
i* , » w »ere well out of the pogaibility
of close view becauae they were !
toj"«**xling knee Jeep In water and ae
OUeatered In . .me. -i.k --- s
__________ _____ _
' I« * grove with water bo
ex- tW ^ n ,hHr nHreat ând ,h# v '*' ,or *
or
Stop» were made after this at the
pretty little ranch of T J. Atkin», at
the large homestead of Krneat Long
and at the WlUam Arave ranch, re
cently bought from John H. Colea.
whera numbers of fine specimen
n
re
a
,
i ;8horthorn* were on view, but the ex
tensive show of the down the rtver
[trip came at the C A Nort.in sY.U k
farm, where were miftembleri in
ss
3 toT^Mr^ortTtS
5*
manifest" bv' Ihem*"' in" îh«' 'J",*,/*
. L Ï . C * ,fU *
of oM bull that Mr Norton naltTYsoO
Y WW $ l11 ** " nd fo ' »Web he af -
ter**rd turned down an offer of
i VT'JTii " ", ^ *T' ,1w L r 1
e èi. fUm V" n ,h " "*
ve « L T County
.Agent Musset and Davidson con»
TTi"? TT M * »**'"*• ™«l they
, v, n n° " ?*" ' n . h,s »"><"'« <*\
» -, 1 «Mo
* ' ,:l ; . ..... .. sum ht - ,n
rÄ , iiÄ. a Ä h '£i täz ;s i
roll ranch there was assembled his
small hut splendid herd of cows and
Its Inspection concluded the outing
for the way down the river. t»n the
nay home however, the SuUnon vts
dors stopped at the W D. Brome
ranch, where they w« re astonished
to In- t ud that one of the three « tws.
'nhV' f" i"" ' jrad< ' Shor, borns, gave i
t ,.i .,,'tik !**''' <Jof Mlloiw
f Mr ,lf * >m.,r said he
thrèe >Har - v *° «Ulk that cow
t ,1 * lu " w « ,U > • «Very
j eight houis to save all of Iter great i
' This cow Is can
c«!w " ' ,t " unllful ,,f »'• the I
'** **®braltHl. Mr
a i ,J<, mer reeently had constructed by
!.uX'r*'ston M ", X nk l 'h " ,hl 7 bundled
...I L. ,n . ,lk ho ' JN ' ,h *' an
The vet/r*n"r" fln " f " ,,M
!i„ '' ,Mn fainter of the gather
ids .V't'i J ° "'i L< v? K '. ,* ho ,H n, ' ! " ln «'
'dgb y slxtl, birthday Mr Ism- ,
, ,HK 1 1 v '"f children, S.) grand chll
h'ls "olil"«^''l f Î ,,nd ^' l,dr '' n »« !,
Ä to' 1 »
•--'7r
two terms of J rG. '''"'T * oV'l'^ f ' ,r i'.
, ' 7' , * 1,1
»I K 7h
gathering In« luded Mr «ml Mrs t"
W MUa Orr" HtS, Sr „mi
Mrs K. -to, Koule and the , ,
t.-r, the Walter H Brown fa ully Mt>
P. E. Hines, Mrs K A. Harr* Mr 'and
Mrs Peter McKinney, the John r ,u l
family, the Harry Summ« rs tamiiv
the ù. H . q u ' r |2, ,,5 » J
Hattie Davidson, t|„- Ernest Ism*
family, the r A Norton family Mr
; , n «l Mrs Atkins, the Seth liant. ls
family, Mra. W. II Roomer M R
Btmnier. Lee Jones and family. K K
\'bT«d7 an7 fimTiy" "t'' f "j M " y K
f.SS Sv .^ r 'iu2" 'T, 1 ! *'
, H . nd .' h '* ,r Mr'«ml Mr«""
Î :L h . ,,ry - " r *."•» Mr " •* K Meivl

1
n«J,up
Id
A. j
«'««lÄV "W- r »tBKS
C'laionr«» Smith and flim iiv $ » ' ï
French and farnilv \ r 1'] John
and family tnd Mr Arvmrt * r * Uimn * '
" Arvare
aTm.ny'^STîï tï
At Rock Rose Mr Kumm.» 1
a du<«1 the b«.vs' -ind girls' «^f.i.T'i
a with a view o'f gerim/ihe
.Interest,.«| i n Shorthorn* t.îo f I'v
profit, in th, U,*^» He .lïu
or nan he, „f n . hlld w λ,
wtahe* to Join this dub would be j
qulr« d to pla«.- «h» r«-^,„.«»..... .' J
the ririiiif-r rm.* #kJ .«i. V i™
irnal 1* sold. 1, ha* lH-«*n arrang«-«! |
that r«*h to make the*.- purchase*
for the boy* and gtrl* can be secur.-d
at the county hank* <«n notes endors
*d by the parent* The club is to
«•tart the boy* and girls In the Mhort
horn business at the time of th« next
(County fair and their charges «re to
he brought to the fair th. year af
terwar«! for ln«pectlon an«l *a!«- Th**
1 proposition »«---ms sc atltactty,« that
j One- of the ls.*r>--r* pr«*>nt. lac
o«:..* declsrexl his Int.-ntlon of hack
înr two of the children In th. enter
prise. |t I* ** 1 that mm many a* 3„
or 40 calve, wm b, secured for Mart
Ing t K « rt«»b.
SWEETHEART'S LETTER GOFS
TO FRANCE AND BACK TO U S
Ph
j
delphia. Pa
ikjg ar-l ad
inger. r«-turn
st of Haln.on
though upon
Intended f«>r

It Inger. Tb«
the way to 1
K* n «
w« nt
le
nt
that the
tended I
A merle* ' r h«-r If to
of the Salmon Harry
i lowing him from cam»
I Merritt to Funsten.
at
late day overtaking him at hit Sal
mot- home. He has »,art«-d t«.»
Imissent letter on another Jnurney to
fir I th«- Hettinger for whom it sa*
originally intend**!, for the letter 1*
a missive for the other Hettinger
I from his sweetheart girl that he had
{left te-tiind when h* wen' to the gr<-*!
war.
;
jr(«*d
j
the
as
be
|
j
!
;
!
! In the district court thli we,
usual cattle sheen cage* have
, h ,. wlth %erdlclB , ollut
COURT ENDS
BUSY SESSI01
In the diatrlcf court thla week
Moodie and Becker Brothers.
Divorce» have been granted I
Mahoney. Albino Roberson agaii
Plio.be Mahoney against Vanta 1.1
JtAn C. Roberson. In the Gaorga R.I
Ashton caoe from Klma R. Ashton, f
W. I. Bowen from his wife and Corn
Edna Swan against W. L. Swan.
The trials cams os In civil actions
with Juries to hear ami determine
the following suits: Lundln A May
and Rogue. Supply Co. vs. Da via i
Mickey, the Unit getting a verdict for
»m and the second for 1*14.09.
Quarles A Cherry for plaintiff and E.
W. Whitcomb for defendanta. E. 1.
Call and wife va. V. A. Coiner for
damage; verdict for defendant
Maurice Riffo va, Alaska Basin Co.
verdict for plain
{verdict awarding to plaintiff $t»7l.
The contention arose over the Ihtbll
ily for supplies for the hoarding
Jht'tse at the mine, which seemed to
.he established In Lee aril In at the
'company and not ngtilnsi the man
, who conducted the hoarding house.
conclud.■ J tlte wink for the
action for damages;
Uff
1 ^ «*>« ^ »« brought Iss, year
by A W Pipes against the . litor of
The Recorder was continued till the
tall term of court, among a large
.number of „the, cases,
The sut, of la.y II la-,-. l.eadoro
merobstat, »gainst the tkmael Mining
........... ....... on fo. trial yesterday
i :,n " Jur > — «
{This t»
'jury,
i X case of similar character
(brought by K O. Mi Kt.ll in this court
against the Sunset 'was transferred
» the federal court for trial at Poe«*
I. Ilo and this Is to eome on later
i Judge t'uwrn announced his decia
ion tills morning In th » McKinney
I Merritt suit, which was heard at the
March tern» The Judge finds In fav
or of the plaintiff and require» the
^peclfle performance of an alleged
Contract hy M D. Merritt and wife
f ' ,r . ,h " ...... •« »'-«er McKinney of
real estate and personal property,
T b court also announced sentences
, In the sheep case, imposing An-* of
$100 for each offender
!, Th '' '«»e against 11 J Smith
-.»»rrtij - ~
i'. >f u " 'natters brought before him to*
''«>• ami will », once return to Black
IwôîtlYr A " '■ whf ' r " '•••
hy JTe.sIng court business.
H.- I* trnveflng with Court Reporter
.Karl Weav.-r and- the latter's wife.
HOPPERS IN HAV0EN BASIN
l
ls
HOPPERS IN HAV0EN BASIN
HAVE TAKEN GRAIN CROPS
H. L, t all was «loan front Hayd«-n
basin Saturday bringing distressing
n« w* of the ravages «>f hopper» in
1 ''at iMullty, where It Is sat.I that
every grain field has b«-«-n utterly des
Iroy.d Rex Glue, who had lea*e«J
tb<- « «II ranch, was compelled to give
with
n«J,up the place, with a lu«« to himself
and Mr. Call of 6 acres of seeded
j Wheat, oats and tairley J. |> H«d
ÎÏÏSL-Ï. 'S h ""' *
' ï fll,, f^î an< 0, hom th«-rr h«v#» fur«*«!
ha,,ly Mr r * H p *y* he U «t
* ' n1 keepin* n *1ltrh b irdrHnx IiIm hay
meadows full of water as « m«>at
1 ,nv *'"n« horde*
Th '' ""V* ln,, '* r,, ' In
^ U *' V* .f In portion»
' h " bl,,,ln blU *PP«»»»*Iy they
r *T ....... '»"* f--«.
W,' "'-1,1 °^"Triun",' " f U '"
j n ", Sum.ro»«^ ? «a "T
J . "° »umeroua elsewhere rhnugh
i™ m m K up nn*j «own flu*
|
Eorsst Firs on Trail Crsok.
The f.irt e* of th«* f«rre«t *«*rvfc«
were called Into action on Kunday
last to light a bad fir«* on Trail rr**«*k,
{where on the la>g*«ien ratuft the flre
j starte«! The suf« t»l#«»r. Mr Hrrlb
liter, who wsa on the scene, says the
«Isng.-r was over on Tueaday wh«n
he left.
HOWARD—TAGGART.
V\ llljsni M Howard was marrt<-d
by Ju«lg< fr«»nkrtte last Friday, th«
13th to Misa Mary«, la Helen Tag
tart. Roth are «if t.llnirr«-. wber«
Mr Howard. Is a well known mining
man.
I.
Whittak-T dr
WHITTAKER
»k Harvey J
-LIKE.
Lip- and Ell.*
to DHIon an '
*h* hr Vi,
letl.y mar
home
f,
returning
wh«*rF a
bountiful
Iding dim
vrRt *** rv
«•«1 Th, 1
hr|t|i» j
Is th» «bai
ht er «.f \
tr nin
A Mr* J,
WhJtt*k*
r of Elgh
» MU
. The gn*
i« « n b* .r
f ! » adore
ing bo*In
1
PROULX— COTER
'ha
*rri< d
Tf »
e of the M. th
Meredith per
DIVORCED AND REMARRIED
William I Peck and his former
; wife C'arollne ft Peck, were reiuar
jr(«*d bv the sam«- minister In Salmon
Tu™ lay ev**nf«g having driven to
j Salmon from Clyde. The couple are
the par.-nt* of five children and con
jrlud**«! It 1res» for themselves as well
as their brood that the home should
be rebuMt

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