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NOTICE TO PROSPECTIVE BUILDERS
NEW GOVERNMENT BUILDING REGULATIONS
have been adopted and all dealers in building materials have been
requested by the government to co-operate in putting these regu
lations into effect as follows:
NO PERMIT REQUIRED FOR
Repairs and extensions to existing buildings, involving not in ex
cess of $2500.00.
Completion of building, construction on which is already under
way.
New farm building* of any kind not costing in excess of $1000.
Buildings and other structures directly connected with mines pro
ducing coal, metals and ferro-alloy minerals.
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THE GOVERNMENT REQUIRES OUR PLEDGE
that we will not furnish lime, cement, plaster and steel goods
for repairs costing in excess of $2500.00 nor for any new construc
tion other than that enumerated above except as the user secures a
special permit. .. For full information and forms for securing such
•permits apply at our office.
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It is not improper to build, especially on the
farm, to the extent allowed without permit. Nor is
it improper or unpatriotic to apply for a permit for
any building that the applicant deems to be in the na
ture of "essential" construction.
We are confident of the co-operation of our
customers in making the new building regulations ef
fective.
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VAN D. GOSSETT, Manager, Blackfoot, Idaho.
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FOURTH LIBERTY' LOAN-PUT 'ER OVER
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the interior, U. S.
land office at Blackfoot, Idaho, Sept.
28, 1918.
Notice is hereby given that Rex
Mitchell, of Taber, Idaho, who, on
February 23, 1915, made homestead
entry, serial No. 019735 for NMs.
section 33 township 2 south, range
32 east, Boise meridian, has filed no
tice of intention to make three year
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before register and
receiver of U. S. land office, at Black
foot, Idaho, on the eleventh day of
November, 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Cecil Mitchell, Harry Fisher, Arch
Morgan, Chris Killian all of Taber,
Idaho.
J. T. CARRUTH,
Register.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the interior, U. S.
land office at Blackfoot, Idaho, Sept.
28, 1918.
Notice is hereby given that John
Belcher, of Blackfoot, Idaho, who,
on January 23, 1915, made home
stead entry N serial No. 019551, for
S%, section 33, township 2 south,
range 32 east, Boise meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make
three year proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
register and receiver of U. S. land
office, at Blackfoot, Idaho, on the
eleventh day of December, 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Scott Sage, Charles Courtney, Mrs.
Scott Sage, Mrs. Alma Courtney all
of Blackfoot, Idaho.
J. T. CARRUTH,
Register.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the interior, U. S.
land office at Blackfoot, Idaho, Sept.
28, 1918.
Notice is hereby given that John
L. Wagner, of Pocatello, Idaho, who,
on August 19, 1914, made home
stead entry serial No. 018255, for
NE%, S% SW%, NEft SWift, NW
Y 4 , SE%, section 11, township 1
south, range 32 east, Boise meridian,
has filed notice of intention to make
three year proof, to establish claim
to the above described, before L. I.
Davis, U. S. commissioner, at Taber,
Idaho, on the eighth day of Novem
ber, 1918.
Calimant names j.s
H enry E. Steffens, Ray E. Hughs,
Euguene L. Tayor, Etta Taylor all of
Taber, Idaho.
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witnesses:
J. T. CARRUTH,
Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the interior, U. S.
1 land office at Blackfoot, Idaho, Sept.
7,1918.,
Notice is hereby given that Robert
Frasure, of Taber, Idaho, who, on
August 17, 1916, made homestead
entry, serial No. 026099, for W %,
secti* ■ 32, township 1 north, range
v~ oasi, Boise meridian, has filed no
tice of intention to make three year
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before register and
receiver of U. S. land office, at
Blackfoot, Idaho, on the twentieth
day of November', 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Even Frasure, Elija Frasure, Jas
per Bentley, Lee Hall all of Taber,
Idaho.
J. T. CARRUTH,
Register.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the interior, U. S.
land office at Blackfoot, Idaho, Sept.
7, 1918.
Notice is hereby given that Parley
E. Carlson, of Blackfoot, Idaho,
R. F. D. 1%). 1, who, on May
19, 1914, made homestead entry,
serial
SE% section
section 23;. E% NW14 section 26,
township 1 south, range 35 east,
Boise meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to make three year proof, to
establish claim to the land above de
scribed, before register and receiver
of U. S. land office, at Blackfoot,
Idaho, on the twentieth day of No
vember, 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Wilford Seamons, Raymond Hale,
Frank Hale, Will Beasley all of
Blackfoot, Idaho.
No. 017154, for N%
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J. T. CARRUTH,
Register.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the interior, U. S.
land office at mackfoot, Idaho, Oct.
12, 1918.
Notice'is hereby given that Alberta
M. Coleman, of Springfield, Idaho,
yvho, on May 1, 1914, made home
stead entry, Serial No. 016942, for
W% NEy 4 , NW14, Wi% swy 4 , sec
tion 4, township 3 south, range 32
east, Boise meridian,* has filed notice
of intention to make three year proof
to establish claim to the land above
described, before register and re
ceiver of U. S. land office, at Black
foot, Idaho, on the seventeenth day
of December, i»l§ f
Claimant names as witnesses:
L. G. Hatclift, of Blackfoot, Idaho,
J. G. Colman of American Falls,Ida.,
Edward Webb of Springfield, Ida.,
Bradford Davis of Springfield, Ida.
J. T. CARRUTH,
Register.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the interior, U. S.
land office at Blackfoot, Idaho, Oct.
6, 1918. '
Notice is hereby given that Markus
Blenkle, of Blackfoot, Idaho, who, oh
August 31, 1909, made desert land
entry, serial No. 06519, for N%
SW%, NW%, N% NE%, section 19,
township 2 south, range 34 east,
Boise meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to make final proof, to es
tablish claim to the land above de
scribed, before register and receiver
of Tj. S. land office, at Blackfoot,
Idaho, on the seventeenth day of
December, 1918.
Claiman names as witnesses:
Richard Blenkle, Anna N. Blenkle,
Adam Arvish, N. P. Geyer all of
Blackfoot, Idaho.
Water right in Peoples' Canal and
irrigation company, 12J) inches.
Two hundred ninety-five shares of
stock in the Highlind Lateral ditch
Company.'
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J. T. CARRUTH,
Register.
NOTICE OF FIRST
MEETING OF CREDITORS
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In the district court of the United
States for the eastern division, dis
trict of Idaho.
In the matter of J. W. Keaton,
bankrupt.
In bankruptcy No. 1074.
To the creditors of J. W. Keaton,
of Pocatello in the county of Ban
nock, and district aforesaid, a bank
rupt.
Notice is hereby given that on the
eighth day of June, A. D. 1918, the
said J. W. Keaton was duly adjudi
cated bankrupt; and that the first
meeting of his creditors will he held
atkhe office of the undersigned, room
4, Standrod bank building, Blackfoot,
Idaho, on the twenty-third day of
November, A. D. 1918, at ten o'clock
in the forenoon, at which time the
said creditors may attend, prove their
claims, appoint a trustee, examine
the bankrupt, and transact such
other business as may properly come
before said meeting.
Dated at Blackfoot, Idaho, this
June 8, 1918.
GEORGE F GAGON,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
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NOTICE FOR BIDS
Bids will be received for the haul
ing of 100 cord of rock to be de
livered at the new head of the
Aberdeen-Springfleld Canal company,
up until Friday the first of November.
For particulars apply at the office
ABERDEEN-SPRINGFIELD CANAL
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COMPANY.
ORDINANCE NO. 220
Ah ordinance submitting to the
qualified electors of the city, of Black
foot, Idaho, who are taxpayers there
in, for their determination, the ques
tion of issuing the municipal cupon
bonds of said city in the amount of
ninety-five thousand dollars ($95,
000) for the purpose of acquiring,
by purchase or otherwise, a water
works plant for such municipalty and
a water supply thereof, and of con
structing, enlarging, extending, re
pairing, altering and improving said
plant; making provisions for the
levy and collection of a tax necessary
to pay the. interest upon such
bonds as tne
come due « and an
tax to create and constitute
a sinking fund for the payment of
the principal thereof within twenty
years from the date of the issuance
same shall be
additional
of such bonds; prescribing the form
of election notice to be given and the
form of ballot to be used; fixing the
time for holding such election; and
naming the election officers..
Whereas, the mayor and common
council of the City of Blackfoot deem
it advisable and necessary to issue
municipal coupon bonds of said city
in the aggregate sum of ninety-five
thousand dollars ($95,000) to pro
vide moneys for acquiring, by pur
chase or otherwise, a waterworks
plant for said municipality and a
water supply therefor, and for com
structing, enlarging, extending, re
pairing, altering and improving said
plant; now therefore:
Be it ordained by the mayor and
council of the City of Blackfoot:
Section 1. That an election of th£
qualified electors of the City of
Blackfoot, Idaho, who are taxpayers
therein, be held on the nineteenth
day of November, 1918, for the pur
pose of submitting to said electors
for their determination the question
of issuing the municipal coupon
bonds of said city in the amount of
ninety-five thousand dollars ($95,
000,) for the purpose of acquiring,
by purchase or otherwise, -a water
works plant for said municipality,
(and a water supply therefor, and of
constructing, enlarging, extending,
repairing, altering and improving
said plant.
Sec. 2. Said election shall be'held
and the vote upon said question shall
be taken within the respective wards
of said city at the following desig
nated places, to wit:
First ward, high school building;
second ward, county court house;
third ward, Irving school building;
fourth ward, city hall.
Sec. 3. The clerk of said city
shall give thirty days' notice of sudh
election by causing the same to be
published in The Idaho Republican,
a newspaper printed and published
in Said city, which notice shall be in
substantially the following form:
Notice of Special Municipal Bond
Election
Pursuant to the laws of the State
of Idaho and Ordinance No. 220 of
the City of Blackfoot, in the State of
Idaho, notice is hereby given that a
special election will be held in the
City of Blackfoot, within the respec
tive wards of said city, at the voting
places hereinafter designated, on*the
nineteenth day of November, 1918,
beginning at the hour of 9 o'clock
a. m. and closing at the hour of 7
o'clock p .m. of said day for the pur
pose of taking a vote of the quali
fied electors who are taxpayers in
said* city, upon the following ques
tion:
"Shall the mayor and common
council of the City of Bladkfoot is
sue the negotiable coupon bonds of
said city in the amount of ninety
five thousand dollars ($95,000) to
provide money for acquiring, by pur
chase or otherwise, a waterworks
plant for said municipality, and a
water supply therefor ,and for con
structing, enlarging, extending, re
pairing, altering and improving said
plan?"
Said election shall be held and the
vote upon said question shall be
taken within the respective wards
of said city at the following desig
nated places, to wit:
First ward, high school building;
second ward, county court house;
third ward, Irving school building;
fourth ward, city hall.
All persons who at the time of said
election are qualified electors of said
City of Blackfoot, and who are tax
payers therein, and none others,
shall be qualified to vote a#said elec
tion on said question, the voting at
said election shall be by ballot.
(Signed)
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And the clerk shall provide each
judge of election with sufficient
copies of the said notice for posting,
as may be required by law.
Sec. 4. The following named per
sons are hereby appointed to act as
judges for said election in each ward
of said city, respectively, as follows:
First ward, W. D. Vincent, Ger
trude Martin, Elsie Barker, Jessie
Loyd.
Second ward, Carrie Harris, Eva
West, J. H. Early, T. A. Hays Sr.
Third ward, Rebecca Archer,
Sarah E. Sill, Guy Stevens, W. »D.
Gagon.
Fourth ward, Frank Heese, Emma
Pendrey, M. A. Killian, F. N. Parkin
ROY'.S. D6KAY,
City Clerk.
son.
Sec. 5. The form of ballot used at
said election shall be as follows:
SPECIAL MUNICIPAL
BOND ELECTION
State of Idaho
City of Blackfoot
OFFICIAL BALLOT
The voter will mark a cross mark
(X) in the space opposite the re
sponse which expresses his choice:
In favor of issuing bonds to
the amount of ninety-five
thousand dollars ($95,000)
for the purpose stated . In
Ordinance No. 220
Against issuing bondB to the
amount of ninety-five thou
sand dollars **95,000) for
the purpose stated in Ordin
ance No. 220
Sec. 6. In case the issuance of said
bonds for the purpose mentioned in
this ordinance shall be approved by
a vote of two-thirds of the qualified
electors, as above described! voting
at said election, then by virtue of,
and in provisions of Chapter 12 of
Title 13 of the revised codes of Idaho,
as amended, there shall be Issued the
municipal coupon bonds of the City
of Blackfoot in the amount and for
the purposes therein stated.
Sec. 7. In each year while any of
said bonds shall be outstanding,
there shall be levied upon all of the
taxable property in the City of Black
foot, a direct tax sufficient to pay
and discharge the interest upon said
bonds as the same falls due; and in
sufficient time to provide for the
payment of the principal thereof,
within twenty years, or at such earl
ier date or dates as may be here
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KIMBALL
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A large number of people from
this vicinity attended the Round-up
and Carnival at Blackfoot. Every
one seamed to be pleased.
Everybody is very busy digging
beets and potatoes, both crops being
fairly good.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Malm of Wa
pello, visited relatives here Sunday.
Homer Pope is seriously ill with
typhoid fever.
Mrs. Wm. Anthony and family vis
ited relatives at Goshen this week.
The Bee Hive meeting was held
at the meeting nouse last Wednesday.
The quilts were worked on, after
which refreshments were served.
Mr. Jensen of Presfo was visiting
here Monday.
James Taylor has brought his
sheep home from the hills.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Landon of Goshen,
were visiting relatives here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Jorgenson were
business visitors at Blackfoot last
week.
The school has been closed for a
few weeks, and the teachers have all
left for their homes in Blackfoot

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Mrs. J. C. Mackie and baby daugh
ter returned to their home on Fri
day, after spending a weed with
relatives and friends in Salt Lake
and vicinity.
Miss Josephine Caster of Black
foot is spending her vacation with
Miss Mary Dunn.
Miss Helen Folton of Pocatello, is
the guset of Miss Bertha Hansen.
The Misses Mary Dunn and Jose
phine .Caster are on the sick list.
Fred Haney arrived from Moore
last week and will help on the Powell
ranch during the beet hauling sea
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son.
J. T. Woodland entertained his
brother, Andrew, from Utah, on
Thursday and Friday of last week.
Sam Miller is a business visitor
at Shelley this week.
1 Mrs. Olive Haney was the guest at
the Powell home Tuesday.
Dr. Mitchell was a professional
caller here Monday.
after determined for the maturity of
the said bonds, there shall be levied
annually a direct tax upon all such
taxable property sufficient to pro
vide funds for the payment of such
principal as the same falls due.
Sec. 8. This ordinance shall be In
full force and effect from and after
its pasqage, approval and due pub
lication in the manner provided by
law.
Passed anil approved this fifteenth
day of October, 1918
A. B. STEPHENS,
Mayor.
Attest: HAMILTON WRIGHT,
Acting City Clerk.
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