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I ! • CONSTITUTION OF WAR VETERANS . j ! ! of ■ I for Association Established At Blackfoot For Bingham Men MEMBERSHIP OATH tion of* *ing The following paragraphs cover the constitution of the World War Veterans' association of Bingham county, established at Blackfoot on the evening of May 5. The names of those who took the oath of member ship at that time also follows: Constitution I at Tiie one I The name of this organization shall be World War Veterans' as sociation of Bingham county, Idaho. H. Qualifications for membership shall be: a. Service in tlife army, navy "or marine corps, in the enlisted or com missioned personnel thereof, during the war with Germany, and an honorable discharge therefrom or the equivalent thereof, including those placed on any reserve list. b. Similar service with any of the allies of the United States in the war with Germany and an honorable dis charge or the equivalent thereof. c. Legal residence in Bingham county, Idaho, or a bona fide inten tion to become a resident thereof, and a citizen of the United States, at the time of being admitted to the association. at or the the in act in III. The purpose of this organization are: a. To promote respect for the flag of tli.e United States of America. b. To work for all good objects in government, social relationship, civic activities and industrial enterprises for the glory of the flag under which we served. c. To render compliments to the flag and to pay respect to the mem ory of deceased members of this or ganization or to any deceased veteran of any war fought by thp United States. d. To aid members and their families, or dependents of members in distress or in need of assistance and to give all possible aid to mem bers in all honorable pursuits. e. To foster that social and frater nal intercourse among comrades of the service which forms tlie true bond of union and keeps alive the true spirit of the service. f. To forever keep in mind those ho failed in their duty to America and humanity in the war with Ger many and to forever remember the black guilt of Germany in causing the war, in her attempt to force her tyranny upon the free peoples of the world. g. To encourage and inspire those of the younger generation to keep themselves tit and efficient and al ways ready for any national emer gency; to study all problems that affect local and national govern ment; to regard the right of suf frage as a sacred right and one to be exercised with intelligence, and high purpose, and to revere the memory of those who m the past did well their duty when their country called them to defend the flag. for ,£ of to ft all of IV. To raise funds, except by assess ment, to carry out the purposes of uiis organization. V. The oath to be taken before be coming a member of the World War Veterans' association shall be as follows: do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the United States of America against all enemies foreign and domestic; that I will support and aid in carry ing out the purposes of this associa tion; that 1 have never claimed ex emption from military service on the ground of conscientious objections to bearing arms or to aiding the armed forces of the United States. So Help Me God. 1 VI. Expulsion of a member from this organization shall he ordered by a two-thirds vote of a quorum upon the sole grounds, either of: 1. Conviction of the crime of treason, sedition, or disloyalty; or, 2. False swearing to the forego ing oath.of membership. VII. The officers .of this association shall be elected for one year and shall consist of the following: President, first vice-president, second vicq-president, secretary, personnel secretary, treasurer. The officers so elected shall con stitute the executive commute of the organization. VIII. • There shall be the following stand ing committees to be appointed by th) president: Committee on ceremonies, commit tee on entertainments, committee on athletics and civic activities, com mittee on membership, building com mittee. IX. Election of officers of this associa tion shall be by secret ballot and the candidate receiving the majority of all votes cast shall be declared duly elected. X. Any duly elected or appointed of ficer of this organization may be ousted from office by failure to live up to the constitution and by-laws of this association, inefficiency, ne glect of duty or misconduct in of I lice, by a vote of two-thirds of the members present at any meeting I called for that purpose; and such ! vacancy may be supplied by a special • election called for that purpose. . XI. j .amendments to the constitution I ! shall be made by a two-thirds vote ! ! of a quorum of any meeting called I for the purpose of voting amendment#. Proposed By-laws Veteran's Association of Uing ba in County, Idaho upon , of World War I. Regular meetings of this associa tion shall be held in the City of Blackfoot, Idaho, on the first Monday of* each month, beginning on the first Monday of May, 1919, and thereafter on thp first Monday of each succeeding month. *ing shall lie called to order at 8 o'clock p. m. All meetings shall lie held in the City of Blackfoot, Idaho. to day had by the ing at the on as of 7th the Said nieet II. Special meetings shall be called at such times as the! executive com mittee may consider necessary. Tiie purpose of eaclt special meeting shall be stated in the call/ No special meeting shall be called on less than one week's notice. The secretaary, under the direction of the president, shall cause to be published by suit able newspaper publication of such call. III. A quorum at any meeting shall consist of twenty-live members. IV. The president of the association shall preside at all meetings thereof, unless, when from sickness or for other reasons absent ' from said meeting, he is unable so to do. And at each meeting he shall appoint a sergeant at arms who» shall see that none but bona fide members enter or remain at the meeting, or any member of similar organization at the discretion of president. V. v Tlie first vice-president, in the ab sence of tlie president, shall perform the duties of the said president; and in tlie absence of both the forego ing, the second vice-president shall act as presiding officer, and in the absence of all three, any officer pres ent according to station as named in constitutibn. VI. Tlie secretary of the association shall keep all the minutes of all .meetings and prepare the same, for permanent record in a book kept for that purpose, and shall at eacli regular meeting at the direction of the president, read the minutes of the previous regular meeting and make such corrections as may be al He shall likewise at each at in lowed. special meeting, under the direction ,£ the president, read the minutes of the proceeding special meeting, and make such corrections as may be allowed. He shall under the direc tion of the president, cause notice to be given of all meetings. VII. The personnel secretary shall at all times keep tlie record of mem bership of the association. VIII. The treasurer shall keep a record of all receipts and disbursements of the association, and shall render re ports of said record to the associa tion, at each regular meeting. ly In IX. All committees shall he appointed by the president. X. The committee on ceremonies shall consist of three members, and shall arrange for the proper ceremonies on any occasion, where the associa tion is represented to render com pliments to the flag, or to honor a member of the association, or his memory. XI. The committee on entertainments shall consist of five members and shall make all arrangements for all entertainments given by this associa tion. XII. The committee on athletics and icivic activities shall consist of three members, and shall arrange for all athletic contests, procure principals, and arrange for dates, and places of holding contests, and shall arrange, by procuring speakers, and other wise, to bring matters of civic activ ities before the association. XIII. The committee on membership Bhall consist of three members from Blackfoot and one from each pre cinct of Bingham county. XIV. a of of A building committee , of five members shall be appointed to la cate a temporary meeting place, and to secure finances for a permanent building. Members The follow named men took the oath of membership on May 4, 1919: Leonard M. Merrill, James L. Christensen, Harry C. Clark, James M. Anderson, William P. French, Cyrus Yanc.ey, James B. Adamson, Ervin N. Greer, Roy McClure, Leon ard W. Fresh, Owan F. Bales, Har rison Ison, Don C. Gibbs, Arthur G. Smith, Edwin A. LaRocque, Lynwood E. Taylor, Wilber B. Goodenough, Richard W. Stevens, George S. Bel ton, Martin B. Howard, George L. Hughes, Earl J. Stewart, Fred L. Glassburn, Harold L. Sagewlck, Willis S. Thomas, W. N. Parkinson, J. A. Roberts, W. L. Robison, J. A. Robert Pendleberry, M. by on the of Rumble, Thatcher Allred, Earl W. Cory, George S. Brower, Samuel H. Jones, Robert P. Stewart, Clarence J. Stewart, Leonard J. Davis, George V. Robertson, Chester L. Vincent, Carl R. Estensen, Fremont Kut newsky, Kirby S. Dawson, George Findlay, William E. Faulconer. of be live ne of to I I that, I next H I ! and PRESIDENT ISSUES CALL FOR RE ASSEMBLING OF LAWMAKERS ON MAY 19. , In Early Meeting Found Necessary in j Order to Secure Passage of Legis lation That Failed in Closing Days of Last Session. J day | tine line 4S erty lots 10 lot 335; Washington. -— By cable on May 7, President Wilson issued a call for a special session of congress to meet Monday, May 10. Secretary Tumulty in making the announcement said it would be im possible, of course, for the president to be here on the opening day. day fixed for the special session was much earlier than Democratic leaders had expected. White House officials said that in naming an early date for the session, President Wilson was guided largely by tlie advice of Secretary Glass as to the necessity of passing annual appro priation measures which failed in the closing days of the last session. President Wilson's proclamation cull ing the extra session follows: "Whereas, public interests require that the congress of the Ujiited States should be convened in extra sessiot) at 12 o'clock noon on the tilth day of May, 1919, to receive such, communica tions as may be made by the exec utive, v "Now, therefore, I, Woodrow Wilson, President of the United States of America, do hereby proclaim and de clare that an extraordinary occasion requires the congress of the United States to convene in extra session at the capitol in t be District of Columbia on the 19th day of May, 1919, at 12 o'clock noon, of which all persons who shall at that time lie entitled to act as members thereof, are hereby re quired to take notice. "Given under my hand and the seal of the United States of America, the 7th day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and nineteen, and of the independence of the United States the one hundredth The i 4 4 in 50 • 3 not 785 859, tion of ■ 760, of son 990. 6 W. No. 6 not 22 S. and forty-third. (Signd.) "WOODROW WILSON, By the President: "ROBERT LANSING, "Secretary of State." Floods Sweep Sweden. Stockholm.—North Sweden is exper iencing the worst floods • in many years, due to abnormal fains and snowfalls, at more than.30,000.000 krona. There have been avalanches and landslides in the Tromsoe district. Tlie damage is estimated In Plans Outlaw Baseball League. Boston.—George H. Lawson, recent ly discharged from the Canadian army, In which lie was sergeant major in the Royal Engineers, has announced plans for the formation of an "outlaw" base ball league, to be known as the Allied league.' American Consul Held by Anarchists. Washington.—Roger C. Tredwell, the Americans ) consul who was ar rested by the Russian Bolshevik au thorities last October, has arrived in He advised the state de J. Stockholm, partment that he was taken from Mos to Finland several weeks ago and a cow there released. BRIG. GEN. GEORGE W. BURR < w. ill m mmm : *. St m mm \ m m ) of m fa £ ; • / i| | la the L. G. Bel L. L. A. M. Brig. Gen. George W. Burr ha* auo eeeded MaJ. Gen. George W. Goethale ae director of purchase, storage and traffic of tho war department. Prompt Return of Americans. Washington.—Prompt withdrawal of the American army of occupation from Germany has been provided for in the Paris treaty, in the opinion of army officials who scanned the official sum mary of the document. Prlnee Takes 1000-foot Slide. Berne.—Prince Alfonso of Orleani was injured seriously while skiing Lake Lucerne. He slipped down a snow bank, 1000 feet, Into a gravel pit and was takan to a hospital at Zurich. J. near Mrs. I). A. Jenkins entertains the society. We ask all our members to be there and also bring your and work for a bigger Ten ' «Vd ' " ' ! of said U THEKAN CHl'ltCH I We wish to remind our people such that, tin i,adies Aid society meets i ing next Wednesday afternoon. time in the basement of the church. This friends. and lietler Lad Let t commissions I'ltOC MKDI.NtiS In tlie Hatter of i hi Current iee!«nl Ion ami i entitled matter, the f'*l- \he this i the t I >«* 11 Il4t*l ! * Hi roncM Tavfx j In t J lowini day order Application of Grant Hubble for vet duction of taxes, denied. Farm roll for the year 101S, page 49, | tine 38, May Hobinson, cancelled $2.97 account erroneous assessment. Ileal roll for' the year 191,S, page 12, line 5, Harry Kluesler, cancelled $18.97 account double assessment. Real roll for 1918, page 75, line 21, Lamecia Webb, cancelled account re sident widow, certificate 102. Taxes $28.33, penalty $1.70. •City roll, 1915, lot six in block H5 of Aberdeen, tax sale certificate 681, can celled account church property ex empt. Taxes $1.37, penalty 8 cents. 1915 delinquent taxes, tax sale cer tificate 650. lots one and two in block 4S of Aberdeen, cancelled account church property exempt, tax penalty 19 cents. City roll 1914, lots nine and ten in block 49 of Aberdeen, tax sale certi ficate 95, cancelled acount church prop erty exempt, Taxes $5.40. City roll 1915, tax sale certificate 63, lots 9, 10, 11 and 12 in block 49 or Aber deen, erty exempt, cents. City roll 1916, lot 9 iif block 49 of Aberdeen. 10 In block 4 9, tax sale lot II in block 49. tax sale certificate 335; lot 1: abov, us luxes w I cancelled: bids the as at the he free be the said said the for any of $3.12, of recount church prop 34,40, penalty. 31 i ",i ncellod lot erttneute 33 rtifieat to N 4: ■erti iu Mock 49, tax sale account chid ancelled i te $7.44, ponait; at nipt, ta: property 4 4 cents. City in block 41 tificate : property 50 cents. • Real roll UK 1 0. tax sale certificate 784 covering the NW 3 south of range not patented. lots 9, in. 11 ■f Aberdeen, tax : cancelled account church nipt, taxes $8 penalty •oll 1917 ■er - 91 of 7, SW Vi of sectio cancelled account Taxes $7.69, penalty 40 Farm roll 1916. tax sale certificate 785 covering the NB'4 and NE14 SF44 of section 18, 3 south 33, cancelled account not patented. Taxes $21..14, penalty $1.22. Farm roll 1916, of in M. F. In certificate 859, lot 4 and the SE14 SW14 of sec tion 31, four south of range 32, can celled account not patanted. Taxes $19.34. penalty $1.16. Real roll 1916, tax sale certificate 1026, WI4 SW 'k of range 33, land. Taxes $4.71, penalty 28 cents. Real roll 1910, tax sale certificate 35. two soul'll assessed to John T. tax sale ■ ,, of section 36. 2 south cancelled account state 760, tax NO'. 12, section of range Vaughan, cancelled account Insane per son Incarcerated in the asylum at Blackfoot in the years 1915, 1916. and m7, taxes $24.97. Real roll 1916. tax sale certificate 990. KV 2 NEVi of section 30, township 6 south of range 31 assessed to Harry W. Iloare, cancelled account final cer tificate not issued, cancelled $43.96. Farm roll 1918. tax sale certificate No. 431. KVz NE14 Of section 30. town ship 6 south of range 31, cancelled ac count not patented. Taxes $47.99, pen alty $2.88. Real 981, EV-J NE l A of section 30. township 6 south of range 31, cancelled account not patented. Tax $46.31, penalty $2.81. Real roll 1918, tax sale certificate 423. lot two of section 23, township 6 south of range .31, cancelled account government land. Taxes $3.66, penalty 22 cents.' . Tax roll 1916, tax sale certificate 879 E% of lot two. section 32, township 4 south of range 33 assessed Charles Thompson, cancelled account double assessment. Taxes $2,50. Real roll 1918, page 134, line 4, Mrs. S. Willeford, cancelled $1000 valuation account resident widow. 35 the In in of tax sale certificate roll 1917. This can cellation to be allowed only for the year 1918. In tile Matter of Aiiplleation of Vnrl Imligent Persona for County Aid. OllM In the above entitled matter the.fol lowing application of various indigent persons of Bingham county were this day submitted to tlie board and allowed anil the county auditor is hereby auth orized to furnish the hereinafter per sons with the amount stated and in tlie manner designated: Mrs. Emily Bush, by order .$30.00 Mrs. H. H. Christensen, by order 15.00 15.00 10.00 15.00 Mrs. Elizabeth Dyer, by order J. \V. Ellis, by order . Christine Kahler, by order .... Mrs. J. R. Porter, by order . 20.00 Marian B. Steers, by order .. Edwin Watson, by warrant Georgia I. Cline, by order .. Mrs. Kate Curtis, by order . Martha Dawson, by order .. Jane M. Howell, by warrant Pollie Lewis, by order .:... Larinda C. Rowley, by warrant .... 30.00 Isabella Smith, by order . M. B. Butler, by order . Harriet Maben, by warrent (com mencing March If . 30.00 Ordered that this board do now ad journ until the twenty-eighth day of April. 1919, at which time the follow ing matters will be considered: 1. Matters pertaining to the sale of road bonds. 2. The matter of considering road petitions. 20.00 10 . 00 . 15.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 25.00 15.00 15.00 R. G. BILLS, Chairman. ATTEST: F. M. FISHER, Clerk. APRIL 28, 1919 STATE OF IDAHO, County of Bingham, ss: The board of county commissioners of Bingham county, Idaho, assembled in regular adjourned session, pursuant to adjournment of April 17, at their office in the county court house at Blackfoot, Idaho, the following mem bers being present: R. G. Bills, chair man, James Christensen and M. A. Fu gate, members and F. M. Fisher, auditor, acting as clerk; when the following matters were brought on for consideration and determination: A Reaolutlon Providing for the Pub lication of Notice of Intention of Bingham County, Idaho to Iaaue and Sell not Exceeding *600,000 Road and Bridge Bonds and Inviting Bidders Therefor. Whereas, under and pursuant to the provisions of a 'resolution adopted by tlie board of county commissioners of Bingham County, Idaho, on March 10, 1919, there was submitted to tke quali fled voters of said county, at U special election held therein on April 12,- 1919, the proposition of the Issuance of $600. 000 general negotiable coupon bonds of said county for the purpose of the construction of roads and bridges In said county, and Whereas, the proportion submitted as aforesaid carried ,anfl said board de sires to issue and sell said bonds In i manner provided by section 1966 Title 11. Chapter 2, Article 6 of the Id Now, r there d fo C r^ e b4 it resolved by the board of county commissioners of Bingham county, Idaho, as follows: officio 1 elerte of U safd boateVand ®he is hereby authorized and directed'to publish for a period of at least twenty days, in The Idaho Republican, a news paper published In said county and of general circulation therein, a notice that said board Intends to Issue and sell said bonds and Invites bidders therefor, which notice shall be in sub stantlaiiy the following form: Notice of intention to issue and Sell Not Exceeding *««o,ooo Bingham S^2l y :ns ,d inv?Dno 0 B?dde« d The«f» d r Bonds and Inviting Bidders Therefor. Notice is hereby given that It is the intention of the board of county com missioners of Bingham county, Idaho, to issue and sell not exceeding $600, 000 general negotiable coupon bonds of said county, authorized by the quail fled voters of said county at a special election held therein on April 12, 1919, aSo d p e t r .d n b d y P saTd Ua bo t ar t d 0 on fiSTS 1 the of of the at •Ilk'll said bunds si.all be of the by able per to of simi!" be 1 pa"ahi ) e" l5 both prim ipV'ami Interest, at the office of the county paid, VelilZ tod*"* u and snail h rX-,.,able as VdiVovs; bids Ten per cent tin pet cent) of the total ; of amount issued to mature in ten ycai h j from the date of issue and a like : amount annually thereafter until all : said ! of said bonds are. p^id, and | is further given that sealed h, said bonds 6 at et the e offlee "of th/boVnl I h°« commissioners ..if said 1 in tile county court bouse In I of Blackfoot, Bingl.am^ounty, j w , >f June, 1919, at which n thereafter as con- | c ] must be unqualified and uncon- of upon price posit in least will be to take bids 1919, ■h-nominatlon of $1000 i-.id from 1 to BOO, both Inclusive: shall bi as may be it all b mint such dat i "ani; a ing t. p< ignatfit by said st not exrecd int cent per annum. in p*y* Notice i county. \he City i Idaho, iij> to 12 o'clock noo the second da time. venient, said bids will be opened. county • as bids shall bid ditional,' and bidders the interest rates of said bonds as well as upon the price therefor; ei must deposit with Ills bid a certified check in county auditor in an amount equal to at least ten per cent (10 per cent) of | the amount of bonds for which he bids, which . check must he free from all restrictive endorse ments and conditions. The unsuccessful bidders be promptly returned and the check of the successful bidder will be held by said county to apply in payment for said bonds, and forfeited to it should the purchaser fail to take up and pay for said bonds when presented to him. Said board reserves the right to reject any and all bids ottered. By Order of the Board of County Commissioners. q mien si f favor tlio will of F. M. FISHER. County Auditor. Unanimously adopted by the board of county commissioners of Bingham Idaho, in regular session as l April 28. 1919. U. G. BILLS. M. A. FUGATE, - JAMES CHRISTENSEN. Commissioners. county. Chairman. ATTEST: FISHER. County Auditor and Ex-officio Clerl Ordered that this board d joUrn until Wednesday. April 30. 1919 at which time they will meet purpose of endeavoring settlement wit! F. M. of Said Board. now ail for the perfect to tlie j Howard-Cooper corporation in relation to the purchas> of two "Hall" trucks and two trailers. BILLS, Chairman. e ; It. G. ATTEST: F. M. FISH Fit. Clerk. APRIL 30, 1919 STATE OF IDAHO, County of Bingham, ss: The board of county commissioners of Bingham county assembled at their office In the court house at Blackfoot, pursuant to adjournment of April in regular adjourned -session, R. G. ,Bills, chairman, James Christensen atjd M. A. Fugate, members and the auditor F. M. Fisher, acting as clerk. Were present, when the following matters were brought on for consideration and determination: In the Mutter of Adjusting Differences Itelnt ing to t lie Purchase of Two Hall Trucks and Two Trailers of tlie Howard-Cooper Corporation of Port land, Ore. In the above entitled matter, the former board of county commissioners "Hall" 5-7-ton from the of to ing of City and to of the s having purchased tw trucks and two trailers Howard-Cooper corporation, and it ap pearing to the board after a demon stration that these trucks are im pmetical for road purposes in Bing hamfeounty by reason of their capacity beink too large and they are not suit able to operate over the roads of Bing ham county owing to the character of the soil; and tlie Howard-Cooper cor poration thru their president, has tendered a proposition to Bingham county to relieve Bingham county of the execution of its contract to pur chase two trucks, they agreeing to sub stitute therefor two 3%-ton Hall trucks to be demonstrated satisfac torily before the board of county com missioners of Bingham county, and they having entered Into a contract with Bingham county, agreeing to all tlie conditions herein set forth: Now, therefore, be it ordered that the board do enter Into a contract with Howard-Cooper corporation for two 3i/.-ton trucks upon their delivery at Blackfoot, Idaho, and after they have been demonstrated in accordance with the provisions of the contract, then Bingham county shall pay Howard Cooper corporation the sum of $6403.82 In full accord and satisfaction of all claims and demands connected with the purchase of two 5-ton trucks; and in addition to the delivery of two 3%' ton trucks by the Howard-Cooper cor poration they shall pay into the treasury of Bingham county the sum of $2185.98, the agreed difference In the purchase prices of the five and three and a half ton trucks. In tlie Matter' of Allowing Clninm Against the Rond and Bridge Fund for the Seeond ftunrter of 1011), In the above entitled matter, the following claims against the road and bridge fund were this day audited and allowed: _ 111 Good roads machinery Co. road machinery . 112 Howard-Cooper Corp., road machinery ... i of of of of to I . $ 859.22 351.45 ..$1210.67 Total Amount of claims allowed at regular meeting March, 1919, claim No. 1 up to and includ ing 110 .....---- Amount allowed at regular meeting April 30, 1919, claims Nos. Ill and 112. second quarter . $7087.43 .... 1210.67 .$8298.10 Total . STATE OP IDAHO, County of Bingham, ss: We, the boaird ot county commis sioners of Bingham county. Idaho do hereby certify that we have examined, audited and approved the foregoing road and bridge claims, beginning No. Ill and 112 and hereby Instruct, au thorize and direct the county auditor to draw warrants on the road and bridge fund of Bingham county, be ginning No. 126 and closing No. 132, for the amount set opposite each and claim, amounting to the sum of $1210.67. , , . Ordered that this board do now ad journ until -day of May, 1919, for the purpose of , .. 1. Considering matters relating to sale of bonds. 2. Considering road n J® tt £ rSi nn j g Chairman. at the for every of ATTEST: , F. M. FISHER, Clerk. - the I 1 # 1 ! 1 # 1 *1 ♦ by + ~ of . T -, ,, » ' T 10, T I iK (tA li iM Lr JL * + .. ...... ...... I '^' l i+' H i 1 - vrypiGE OF INTENTION TO ISSUE the aiyi.T. mot EXCEEDING In £ND SELL NUT 9600,000 BINGHAM COUNTY, IDAHO ROAD AND BRIDGE de- nr . vna , vn rvVITING BIDDERS In BONDS AND INVHiau BiiWMio THEREFOR. the _• the Notice is hereby given that it Is of the intention of the board of county commissioners of Bingham county, ®he Idaho to issue and sell not exceeding $600,000 general negotiable coupon bondg 0 f 8a j<i county, authorized by vniom of nald conntv of the qualified voters Of saia county a t a special election held therein on and a Dr «j ^ 1919 , under and pursuant ^pru hv .„| d to a resolution adopted oy said board on March 10, 1919, wnicn said Sell bonds shall be of the denomination 0 f $1000 each, numbered from 1 to d r 600, both inclusive; shall bear such &g may b(j deslgnated by 8a id the hoard . 8ba u bear interest not ex Doa ™> " "" r . .nnnm nav ceeding 6 per cent per annum, pay ab ie on January 1 and July 1 in each of ... - hft n be payable, bith princi y© a "i .hn nfflm of the pal and interest, at the office or tne 1919, county treasurer, or at such bank in 1 New York City as may be designated + by said board; and shall be redeem able as follows: Ten per cent (Id per cent I of the total amount Issued to mat are in ten years from the date of issne and a like amount annually thereafter until all of said bonds are paid, and Notice is further Riven that sealed bids w II be received for all or part ; of sflld bonds at the office ot tlio j board of county commissioners of : , /.niintv in the count" court : said count), in tlu conn. court; | liottse in the City of Blackfoot, Btng h, aln countv, Idaho, tin to 12 o'clock I h°« n on Monday, the second day of 1 June, 1919, at which time or as soon I thereafter j w , n |je opened . qualified and unconditional and bid | c ] ers s hail bid upon the interest rates of said bonds as well as upon the price therefor; each bidder must de posit with his bid a certified check in favor of the undersigned county auditor in an amount equal to at' least 10 per cent of the amount of bonds for which he bids, which check must be free from all restrictive en dorsements and conditions. The checks of all unseccessful bidders will be prbmptly returned and th* checks of all unsuccessful bidders be held by said county to apply in payment for said bonds, and forfeited to it should the purchaser fail to take up and pay for said bonds when presented to him. Said board re serves the right to reject any and all bids offered.. By order of the board of county ■ commissioners. as convenient, said bids \ 11 bids must lie un | F. M. FISHER, County Auditor. Unanimously adopted by the board of county commissioners of Bingham county, Idaho, in regular session assembled on April 28, 1919. R'. G. BILLS, Chairman. M. A. FUGATE, JAMES CHRISTENSEN, Commissioners. ; Attest: F. M. FISHER, County Auditor and • Ex-officio Clerk of Said Board. 42a-4m NOTICE TO MASONS Notice of meeting of the members of Grove City lodge No. 33, of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons to incorporate. Notice is hereby given that a meet ing of the members of Grove City lodge No. 33 of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons will be held at the lodge rooms of said order in the Odd Fellows' building, No. 57 West Bridge street, Blackfoot, Bingham county, Idaho, on Friday the six teenth day of May, 1919 at the hour of 8 o'clock p. m. The object and purpose of said meeting is to incorporate said Grove City lodge No. 33 and to form a cor poration under the provisions of chapter 215 of the compiled laws of Idaho of 1919, governing the incor poration of religious, social and benevolent corporations and to elect board of directors of said corpora tion, and to take any and all action and proceedings that may lie neces sary, expedient or advisable to in corporate said Grove City lodge, and to confer upon it all of the rights, powers, duties and obligations of a corporation, and particularly to en able it to provide for the construction of a building to be known as Masonic Temple,, or under other appropriate name in the City of Blackfoot, Bing ham couhty, Idaho. Dated at Blackfoot, Idaho, this the twenty-fifth day of April, 1919. HOWARD HENDERSON, Worshipful Master. i R. L. OBSORNE, Attest: adv. 41a-3m Secretary. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Notice of sale of real estate under execution. Amanda M. Anderson and C. G. Anderson, Plaintiffs vs. H. C. Black man, defendant. By virtue of an execution Issued out of the district court of Bingham county, State of Idaho, wherein Amanda M. Anderson and C. G. Anderson are plaintiffs and H. C. Blackman, judgment rendered the seventh, day of January A. D. 1915, for the sum of $258.65, United States gold coin, besides cost and interests, I have this day levied upon all the right, title, claim and interest of said de fendant H. C. Blackman of, In and to the following described real estate to wit: Lots three (3), four (4), five (5) and six (6), block one (1), townslte of Wapello, Bingham .county, Idaho. Public notice is hereby given that I will, on the twelfth .day of May, A. D. 1919, at 10 o'clock a. m. ot said day in front of the court house door of the County of Bingham, sell at public auction for United States gold coin, all the right, title, claim and interest of said defendant H. C. Blackman, of, in and to the above so much is defendant, upon a of to described property, or theerof as may be necessary to raise sufficient money to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs, etc., to the highest and best bidder. Dated April 9, 1919. A. H. SIMMONS, Sheriff. ♦ ~ + Is by on d to id ex the tne in + 39a-4 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the probate court of Bingham county, State of Idaho. In the matter of the estate of Frank C. Hutchison, deceased. Notice is hereby given, by the undersigned, administrator of the estate of Frank C. Hutchison, de ceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased to exhibit such claim with the necessary vouchers within four months, after the first publica tion of this notice to the administra tor of said estate at the office of John W. Jones, East Main street, in the City of Blackfoot, Bingham county, Idaho, which Bald office the undersigned selects .as his place of business in all matters connected with the estate of Frank C. Hutchi son, deceased. ■ Date of first publication April 15, 1919- . Dated this fourteenth day of April, 191 !|q HN p HU tCHISION, • Administrator of tho Estate of Frank C. Hutohlson, Deceased.