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-! AL A N lj 0l 'l)K,ST NEWSPAPER OF CUSTEH COUNTY, IDAHO.
CHALÜ3, IDAHO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1919
S^.nO PER YEAR
The old Board of Countv
Commissioners will hold the
last meeting of that Board
aext Monday, the 13th. At
that time the new county of
ficers will be sworn in.
There are only a few chan
ges in the personel of the new
county officials and the offi-lth«
cial family is as follows: '
Distnct Judge, F. J. Cow-1
en; Commissioners, Richard :
Bennetts, district 1; Robert I
Campbell, district 2; C. V.
Hansen, district 3; E. J. Mi
«had, clsrk; F. W. Cummins,
•heriff; D. M. Burnett, asses
----, — . --— - — tivvv, civac:*
•or; Jonathan Job, probate
judge; Mrs. Burnham, super
intendent; Mrs. Jose, treas
nrer; M. A. Brown, prosecu
ting attorney and J, L. Eb
Contracts for the care of
the indigent sick and county
printing will be taken up at
this meeting in addition to
the regular routine of busi-|
We desire to call your at
tention to a complete hi ■•
rv of the war which is pub
lished in this issue.
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The depositors on our
books include the leading busi
ness and professional men — people
whose financial transactions through
us often involve considerable sums.
Their faith in us has been
established by careful atten
tion to every detail —a
service which is ex
- tended to all depoa
*1tors, bc/h hr:!e r.r.d
small. We solicit in
vestigation from all.
5. L. REECE, fS*«t. E. W. HOVEY, Cashier
E. J. MICHAEL. V.Prest. H. E. HAWORTH, Asst. Cash
HE FIRST state bank
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Service Commi C ' vil
ces th t If ° n a, l m i un -
. 3Ü 1 __ a . 1°™* and «eld
offi-lth« reclamation" and''oth^
' field branches of the Goverii
mL »t service in Washington
: Oregon, Idaho, Montana'
I Wyoming, Alask. The en'
trance salary for the posi
tl °n of forest clerk is $1 100
or $1200 a year; for the' po
fc jtion of clerk in the réclama
clerk examination will be
Sr f on January
l >! to fill vacancies in
tne position of forest clerk
forest service, and clerk in
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tion and other services $1100
to $1600 a year. Age limits
for forest clerk, 18 to 40
years; for field clerk 18 years
or ovtr. Any further infor
mation will be furnished by
David Laing) of this citv.
D. W. DAVIS,
Idaho's New Gcvernor
We Print Bntt.'r Wrt-ppcrs
I blvm Jones was born at
Malatl, Idaho, on January 2,
J8 °'. an d died at Challis, I
(laho, December 30th of pneu
monia following an attack
, i Spanish Influenza, inter
ment being made in the cem
t< rv in this city on New
W hen eight years of age he
moved with his parents to
this city where he made his
home until death claimed
On March 3rd. 1909 he
was married to Hazel Sattyp*
son of Denver. To this un
ion two children were born,
one of whom, Eva Irene, who
with her mother, survives
him. He was a member of
the Odd Fellow lodge of this
city, which had charge of
the burial services.
He Was one of those stea
dy, quiet, unassuming young
men who gain and hold: the
respect of friends and ac
quaintances alike and The
Messenger joins the young
mart's many friends in ex
tending sympathy to the be
Cnc-c r i i Ho'.; Popular %
Cj ■> imoriocn Authors
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nt erst glance Mr. Hughes might be
taken us a man who has chosen an
army career. lie not deceived, how
ever. The uniform only signifies the
patriotism of ltupert Hughes, who
served as a captain in the intelligence
department of the government during
the war. It might he added that he
is also a veteran of the Spanish-Aineri
cau war, enlisting as a private and
coining out as a captain.
But Rupert Hughes' chief claim to
fame is as a writer of fiction nud plays,
being the author of some 20 odd books
and a dozen plays. His stories have
won for ldin a place emopg the most
popular and successful writers of ths
day. One of the best of his stories ts
"The Thirteenth Commandment." >
remarkably entertaining tat« of mod
era life. We have secured this story
fer our next serial and if you «111
read the tiret installment you'll surely
want to follow It to the end. And.
what la more, yeu won't regret it.
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dat do ï : : y w ;■ he's sttidyin'
'bout nov-a-days is wbat's ia do
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De folks wots doin' de fightin'
mus* have sugar fust.
But ef dars enrty sweot'nin' in
do gourd now'dnys, he shu' gwino
tor git tapped, 'cause day's lookin'
for syrups on 'lasses en honey to
"subs tit uio."
United States Department of Agriculture
CHALUS NATIONAL FOREST
Notice to Stockmen:
Applications for grazing permits on the Challis National Forest for the season of
1919 must be on file at the Forest Office. Challis, Idaho, on or before February 15, 1919
Authorizations: The Secretary of Agriculture has authorized the grazing of 93,
000 head ot sheep and 9,00 3 head of cattle and horses on the Challis National Forest
during the season of 1919.
The grazing periods and fees established are as follows:
Cattle and horses: Yearlong, beginning May 1, cattle $1.00, horses $1.25.
May 1 to November 15.....'.. cattle .(>5, horses .81.
June 1 to November 15,...... cattle .55, horses .09.
Sheep: Yearlong, beginning Mayl,............25c.
July 1 to September 15,................. 7e.
June 16 to October 15,.................10c.
Ewes to lamb, additional............... 2c.
The old protective and maximum limits will remain in effect as follows: Cattle and
horses, protective limit,.150; maximum limit, 500. ' Sheep and goats, protective limit,
1600: maximum limit, 8,000. Idaho State liîhit oh sheep, 16,000.
Where Challis and Salmon interforest permits are issued by this office the Salmon
protective limit of 75 head of cattle will govern.
Qualifications: New applicants and those wishing to graze increased numbers,
to qualify for permits or increases must own and reside upon ranch property which is
dependent on tile use of the range, winter their stock on the product of the ranch, and
not own more than the protective limjt. After those with the above qualifications have
been provided for and there is still surplus range, temporary permits will be issued to
those coming the closest to the above qualifications.
Grazing fees must be paid 30 days before the opening of the grazing season.
Salting instructions of the Forest officers must be followed.
Damage done by stock to Forest Service roads, trails or other improvements most
be repaired at the expense of the stock owners.
Sheep must not be allowed to bed more than three nights in one place unless a
longer use of a bed ground is authorized by the Ranger in charge.
i lie owners of animals which die on the Forest from contagious or infectious dis
eases must burn the carcass. Animals which die in the close vicinity of water must be
removed and buried or burned.
Failure to follow the above instructions will result in reduction or revocation of
The Idaho State bull law which requires one registered bull for every 25 head of
breeding cows became effective September S, 1918. Beginning with the 1919 season
the Forest Service will enforce this law on ail National Forest ranges.
Applications for grazing permits must be filed with the Forest Supervisor, Challis,
Idaho, on or before February 15, 1919, or they will not be considered.
Applications must be filled but in detail on both sides and signed.
Application blank is enclosed. Further information will be gladly furnished on re
Challis, Idaho, December 30, 1918. DAVID LAING, Forest Supervisor.
In The District Court of Tua
Sixth Judicial District of 6.«
State ot Idaho.
Under and by virtue of the a
thority in me vested by the s' •
tutes of Idaho, I hereby fix t e
terms of cou; t for tho Sixth J . -
dicial District cf the State of i-,
da ho. for £•) year 1919, to com
mence ud be held in the coun
ties of «nid District, as follows,
Bingham Ounty: February
3rd; May 19th: November 3rd.
Butte County: January 20th;
Custer County; April 7th;
LemhJ County: March 25th;
Said terms of-court to convene |
at ten o'clock a. m,, on tue days
above désignât cd. ^ \
^ It is further ordered:
this order be filtd and enteied of ;
record by tha clerks of said |
c,nirt in ouch county of saul dis- :
. .ict, and that the same be pub ,
fished two consecutive weeks in (
a newspaper puni shed in their
Done at Chambers ' at Black- ;
foot. Idaho, this 80th day of Do- j
cember, 1918. ^ '
District Judge. i
In the District Court of tha
Sixth Judic'ui District, of the
; Stute of Idaho, in and for the
; County of C ::.ier.
, In tbo matter of the October,
*91 K . term of the District Court
in aud for said County.
The Judge of th : s Juurt, hav
i-jmg heretofore, uuriugthe month
of October, 1918, rra an order
postponing the regular October,
6>iS, term called to sit on the Si
day or October, until the 9th day
of December, 19.18, 'and havin_
thereafter made a further ad
journment of said term until the
16th day of December, both of
such adjournments having "^beeu
made on account of the preva
lence of an epidemic of influenza
in the County of Custer, Idaho;
Aui it now appearing to the
Judge of the said Court that such
epidemic has not entirely abated,
and that certain quarantine reg
ulatioiis exist iu the stud county.
mabinff it difficult for parties lit
ijfant to attend at the county
seat of 6 * aid couu ' ty ;
And. further, that it is difficult
j or t j ;e 0 <p lCt , rS or sa jd Court to
obtain accoairnodation3 al C hal
county seat of said county.
while attending the said Court:
It is> t i ierefore> orilere d that a
furtLer postponment of said
term of Court bo made until tlu
Q0Xt rogul , P term Q f Court there
in to be held for the year 1919:
and all causes now on the calen
dar 0 j ^ ourtt w hich might.
or could be, heard during such
term are coutinved until the next
regular verm of said Court.
Done at Chambers at Mackay,
Idaho, this 16th day of Decern
ber, 1918. F. J. COWEN,
Statement of tue Ownership, Msn
agement, Ciroulatiou, etc., required by
tbs Act of August -4, 1912, of tka
rihallis Messenger, published weekly
at Challis, Idaho, for Oct,, 1st, 1918.
Marne o f Addr«aa
Editor, Managing Editor, Businoaa
Manager, Publisher, Owner, M. ▲.
Dillinghaic, Challis, Idaho.
Known bond holders, mortgagees,
and other aeeurity holders, holding 1
per cent or more of total amount ef
bonds, mortgages, or other seenritiea:
•E. J, Michael, Trustee for M. A, Dill
ngham, Kirat National Bank, M. Iff
Sweet Estate, all of 'Cballis. ldaho.
M. A. Dillingham, Owner
Sworn to and Subscribed before me
this 9th day of January, 1919.
E. W. Hovey. Notary Publie
APPLICATIONS FOR GRAZING
Notice is hereby given that all appli
cations for permits to graze horses,
cattle and sheep within tiie CBALLIS
NATIONAL FOREST during the seas
on of 1919. must ï e ni d in my office
at Challis, Idaho, on or before Febru
ary 1Ö, 11)19. Full information in re
tr vrd to the grazing fees to be charged
and blank- forms to be used ! u making
applications will Iv furnished upon
request. DAVID LAING,
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