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v , Y IT TOU ABE IN NEED OF A FRESNO, EONGUE OB DBAS SCRAPER CALL IN AND SEE N. F. BOYLE * CO. WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK ON HAND AND CAN FILL YOUR WANTS SATISFACTORILY. N. F. Boyle Hardware Co. Conference Excursions To Salt Lake City Via OREGON SHORT LINE (Union Pacific System) April 3ru to 9th, Inclusive. See Agents for Rates. 2000 Pony Votes on a -subscription. Will Sacrifice Strictly High Grade Piano We have stored in ware house at Blackfoot, a strict ly high grade piano, which, for immediate sale, will be sacrificed. Liberal terms. This is the chance of a life time for the bargain hunter. Address THE DENVER MUSIC COMPANY at Den ver, Colo., for particulars. 9-16-26-30. m JE >• - /• Ax * Ä „ A curiosity perhaps, but there will be more of these round barns in Idaho within the next few years,— —and more too, of good barns of all shap es and sizes. Many of us are commencing to realize that putting money into high grade im provements is simply a sound method of saving. « The plans for the above barn wert* gotten out for one of our customers by our Service Bureau. They are < n file at our yard. Call and see them. GEM STATE LUMBER CO. ° *•' ° ■ L TTtTTTTTl ZTZ RÆ ^ n a a ä a c ; ^ i c * Manager, Blackfoot, Ida ho "Utah-Idaho" is the Household and Commercial Sugar That beet sugar is perfect for household and commercial pur poses is shown by U. S. Govern ment Bulletin 329. Many practical tests were made by the Department of Ag riculture in fruit canning, pre serving, jelly making, etc., after scientific tests had been made which developed that beet sugar is the same as any other highly refined sugar. The bulletin states that the utter folly that beet sugar is not desirable for these purposes is emphasized by the fact that prac tically all the sugar use«(_ in Ger many and France, is from the beet. Professor Sluin', who conduct ed a number of the experiments, concludes from his experimental data and other evidence, that un der both commercial and house hold conditions, beet sugar gives equally good results as that of any other sugar made. Housewives have found it eco nomical to buy "Utah Idaho" by the sack. Utah-Idaho Sugar ABSOLUTELY PURE County Commission ers* Proceedings Much 22nd, 1916 State of Idaho SS. County of Bingham. Notice have been received by the Board that G. H. Holbrook, Clerk and ex-oificio Auditor and Recorder of Bing ham County, has tendered hia resigna tion; a special meeting of the Board of County Commissioners is hereby call ed for two o'clock p. m., March 27, 1916, for the purpose of appointing a successor to the said G. H. Holbrook, resigued, and it is further ordered that F. M. Fisher be authorized to take charge of said office and act ah Clerk of said Board until a successor to said G. H. Holbrook, resigned, has been legally appointed, and the said F. M. Fisher is hereby directed to give notice of said special meeting in accordance with law. JA8. G. BOND, JAMES CHRISTENSEN, M. A. FUGATE, Board of County Commissioners. Monday, March 27, 1916 2 o'clock P. M. State of Idaho, SS. County of Bingham. The Board of County Commissioners met this day in special session pur suant to the call theretofore given with law, all members being present, when the following proceedings were had, to-wit: In the Matter of the Resignation of G. H. Holbrook, Clerk of the Dis trict Court and Ex-Offlclo Auditor and Recorder. In the above entitled matter the res ignation in writing of said G. H. Hol brook, having been tendered the Board by Ralph W. Adair, Prosecuting Attor ney, and the Board having fully con sidered the matter, and being advised in the premises, it is hereby ordered that the said resignation be, and the same is hereby accepted. The Prosecuting Attorney is hereby authorized and directed to communi cate with expert accountants and to report to the Board at the regular meet ing to be held April 10, 1916, to the end that an audit of the books and accounts of G. H. Holbrook, resigned, may be properly made. In the matter of Filling a Vacancy in the Office of Clerk of the District Court and Ex-Offlclo Auditor and Re corder. In the above-entitled matter a peti tion of F. M. Fisher duly and legally signed by at least thirty qualified elec- ' tors of Bingham County having been fully filed and considered by the board and it appearing that there are no other petitions on file for this position, and it appearing that dae notice of this special meeting has been heretofore given for the period and in accordance with law, it is hereby ordered that F. M. Fisher be, and he is hereby ap pointed to fill the vacancy in said office for the unexpired term. The Chairman of the Board then administered tj F. M. Fisher the oath of office as re quired by law. In the Matter of the Official Bonds of F. M. Fisher, Clerk of the District Court and Ex-Offldo Auditor and Recorder. In the above entitled matter, it ap pearing that said F. M. Fisher has this day been appointed by the Board to fill the unexpired term of G. H Holbrook, resigned, as Clerk of the District Court and Ex-Officio Auditor I .SPRING. DRESS GOODS A great assortment of all the new weaves at prices that meet all competition. New Em broideries at remarkable Low Prices in 40 in. and narrow widths. Beautiful gathered edge embroideries for children's dresses. New Spring Coats and Suits, until Satur day April 8th, 1-5th Off. Come in and see how cheap they are. Com pare the quality and prices of our goods. We claim to sell for cash cheaper than any store in Idaho. BIETHAN'S and Recorder, it is hereby ordered that said F. M. Fisher give a bond in the sum of Five Thousand Dollars with good and sufficient sureties as Clerk of the District Court, and that he give a similar bond in the sum of Five Thou sand Dollars as Auditor and Recorder. In the Matter of the Approval of the Official Bonds of F. M. Fisher. In the above entitled matter it ap pearing that F. M. Fisher has executed an official bond in the sum of Five Thousand Dollars with the American Surety Company of New York, as sure ty, conditioned upon his faithful per formance of the duties of Clerk of the District Court, and that he has made, executed and filed a similar bond with the same surities, conditioned upon his faithful performance of the duties of Ex-Officio Auditor and Recorder, the said bonds having been duly examined are hereby accepted and approved. In tho Matter of Appointment of De puties, In the Office of Clerk of the District Court and Ex-Offldo Auditor and Recorder. In the above-entitled matter F. M. Fisher this day filed legal appointments of deputies sb follows: Senior Deputy, W. A. Dance, and Recording Clerk, Alma Johnson, and the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners administered the oath of office to said deputies. Ordered that the Board do now adjourn. T. G. BOND, Attest: * Chairman. F. M. FISHER, Clerk. Republican Preferential Primary. AND DELEGATE CONVENTION LET THE PEOPLE RULE The Republican County Central Com mittee have called a Preferential Pri mary in each Precinct of Bingham County to be held on April 3rd, 1916, to elect delegates to a County Conven tion to be held in, the Court House in Blackfoot on April 13th, 1916, at 1:30 o'clock p. m. The call for said Preferential Primary will be posted in each Precinct by the Precinct Com mitteeman of that Precinct. The County Convention will elect 18 dele gates to the State Convention to be held at Twin Falls, April 20th, 1916. The number of delegates to which each Precinct is entitled to send to the County Convention has been com puted by allowing to each • precinct one delegate for every 22 votes or major fraction thereof cast in that Precinct for Secretary of State Barker at the last general election, to-wit:— Aberdeen, 3. Basalt, 3. Blackfoot No. 1, 8. Blackfoot No. 2, 8. Blackfoot No. 3, 3. Blackfoot No. 4, 5. Groveland, 4. Jamestown, 2. Moreland, 4. Presto, 3. Rose, 2. Riverside, 5. Rich, 2. Shelley, 7. Springfield, 2. Sterling, 2. ' Thomas, 7. Taber, 1. Wapello, 2. Wood ville, 1. 2 R. N. WEST, Chairman. o---o Classified Advertising ! o----o FOR SALE Pure Bred Single Comb White Leg horn Eggs. Heavy winter laying. Phone 282-J4.—adv. Lost—2-year-old roan horse with white spot on forehead. Reward to finder. Leave information here. WANTED—Four experienced iron workers at once, for the Sterling bridge for about two months' work. Apply to Pete Jensen, Sterling. FOR SALE—Pure Bred Registered Big Type Poland China Boars, ready for Service.— P. W. Powere, Blackfoot, Idaho. 7-22 FAMILY SEWING—Ladies wishing sewing done at their homes by (he day will please notify Mrs. J. A. Howrey, 291 North Shilling Ave. Phone 279. L08T—One black stallion two years old, white star in forehead, two white hind feet. Branded "lazy H T" on left thigh. Owner inquire of Higbv Bros., Shelley, R. 2. FOR LEASE—40 acres of unimproved land with water right, about four and one-half miles northwest of Blackfoot. Will lease for five years. Parties interested write to L. E. Ev erett, 642 N. Main, Pocatello, Ida. tf. NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given, that the un dersigned, Sheriff of Bingham County, will offer for sale, and sell at public auction one estray mare with colt, de scribed as follows, to-wit: Brown mare with left ear split, black brand on left shoulder, weight about 750 pounds, with a white star in fore head, and white spot on nose. The said sale will be held at the farm of R. F.* Fackrell, near Pingree, Idaho, on the 22nd day of April, 1916, at 10 o'clock a. m. A. H. SIMMONS, Sheriff. Four publications commencing March 9th, 1916. FARM TO LEASE About three-quarters of a mile from the town of Down ey, Idaho, consisting of 110 acres of irrigated laiid ready for Spring crop. Will lease this land for a year for the consideration of breaking forty acres, clearing eight acres of brush, and fencing 1 mile and a quarter. Any body interested enquire of JOSEPH MURPHY, Bannock Hotel. Pocatello. HOGS WANTED An unlimited number of feed ers for which the highest cash prices will be paid at COZY NOOK FARM EL J. Scofield, Prop. Orpheum Theatre I Red Circle Every Friday Night Marguerite Clark "STILL WATERS." A Story of Circus and Rural Life. Also Vaudeville. Saturday, April 1st. Mary Pickford In the Famous Classic, /'Madame Butterfly." Also Animated Cartoon, "Police Dog On the Wire." Monday and Tuesday, April 3 and 4. In ths District Court of ths Sixth Judicial District, Bingham County, Stats of Idaho. L. H. Stivers, plaintiff, vs. Amy Stivers, defendant. The State of Idaho sends greetings to Amy Stivers the above named de fendant. You are hereby notified that deposi tions upon written interrogatories, of Mrs. 1 H. E. Moore and Mrs. C. A. Stivers, of Glenwood, Iowa, in behalf of the plaintiff in the above entitled action, to be used on the trial of said cas^ which is an action for divorce on the grounds of extreme crelty, will be taken before W. S. Genung, Notary Public, in and for the County of Pot tawattamie, State of Iowa, on the lQth day of April, 1916, or as soon there after as said hearing may be set, be tween the hours of 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. of such day. Witness my hand and the seal of the District Court, this 18th day of March, 1916. G. H. HOLBROOK, Clerk. B. A. CUMMINGS, 'Attorney for plaintiff, postoffice ad dress, Pocatello Idaho. 4-6-3t NOTICE OF PROPOSED TRANSFER OF WATER RIGHT Notice is hereby given that Peter G. Johnston of Blackfoot, Bingham Coun ty, has applied to the State Engineer of tho State of Idaho for a certificate authorizing him to transfer the use of twenty-two (22) inches of the water of Blackfoot River, from the land upon which it is now used, i. e. South half of Southeast quarter (SVi 8EV4), sec. 24, T. 2 8., R. 36 E., B. M., to the fol lowing described tract: 74 aores situ ate in the North half of Southwest quarter (NVi SWVi) and South half of Northwest quarter (SVi NWV4), sec. 10, T. 3 8., R. 35 E., B. M. And that, on the 12th day of April, A. D. 1916, at Blackfoot, Idaho, at the office of Peter G. Johnston, before the State Engineer, or his authorized agent, the opportunity will be given to any and all persons to appear and present for his con'sideration any reason or reasons why a certificate should not be. issued authorizing such transfer. J. H. SMITH, 4-6-4t. State Engineer. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho, March 18, 1916. Notice is hereby given that Harry S„ Tester, of Taber, Idaho, who, on Jan.. 2, 1913, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 013115, for WVi, Section 17, Town ship 2 South, Range 33 East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore Register and Receiver of U. 8: Land Office, at Blackfoot, Idaho, on the 25th day of May, 1916. Claimant names as witnesses: George Willms, John King, A. Hub bel, all of Taber, Idaho; Mrs. Della. Fisher, of Blackfoot, Idaho. J. T. CARRUTH .3-23 to 4-27. Register. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Probate Court of the County of Bingham, State of Idaho. In the matter of the estate of Sven E. Rydberg, deceased. Notice is hereby given, by the un dersigned administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Sven E. Rydberg, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against, the said deceased to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten mon ths after the first publication of this notice, to said administrator at the of fice of Thomas & Andersen, attorneys,, in Blackfoot, Idaho, the same being the place for the transaction of the busi ness of said estate. Dated this 6th day of March, 1916.. N. J. THORSTENBERG, Administrator with will annexed of the estate of Sven E. Rydberg. 3-30-4t.