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THE PARMA HERALD
ffi'BW Rimos: $ 2 . 1 ÇJ a Yeah PAUMA, CANYON COINTY, IDAHO, SATL'UDAY, JANI AKY 23 , 1904 . 7 ol. I, No. In. Oü«M2IKa*HHB*Er» m 1 CL M. Kirkpatrick & Co., Parma. Parma. Healers in General Merchandise. Groceries and Provisions Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Big Stock of Glean Fresh goods. Gents' Furnishings, Ladles' Tailored Suits. LADIES' WEARING APPAREL of every manner ami description. No imitter what the article you arc seeking in tlii. da»» you'll Und it here. LADIES' TAILORED SUITS, we have them ir many of the mind fasbioimbi** designs auil of various »liwle» ami fahricH. All stylish, »ati.factory good». MENS' SUITS ami FmM»HiMi G«s»im. In thi. line we carry a sha-k of goods that i» not .uriw—c.i l»v any hou»c in tin* »täte. Fashionable and un.leratc priced. BOOTS am. SHOES f. infant», all shapes and sizes. CANNED ttOOIMj of every description, and every itackage guaranteed to lie first-da.» and alwoluU-ly fresh and wholesome. PILLriKlTUY FUlUK. th genuine Minneapolis* ar tieh* f f «mon* the ttrnrhl «>Y<er, we carry instock, have aim* western flour that i* A Xu. 1 in every re«j**rt and warrante ! te save aatitffactimi. We TUAS AN l> COEEEEH of various brands and prices, sure to prove a satisfactory purchase every time. IN FACT we have everything that goes to make tip a CoMPt.KTK laxe op Grockrikh. •hiklren and UrnBKus ami AisAoi. men. women. PRICE IS RIGHT. Hardware of AH Kinds. Drugs, Toilet Articles, Etc. ■£,. Heating Stoves, Ranges, Builders' Hurd ware. •SHELF and HEAVY HARDWARE *,f every descrip tion we carry in stock and can fill orders in this line promptly and satisfactorily. Our price on this class o Is, as on nil others in our FOUR BIG STORES ,ir. always low as compared with the quality ol the go «1». Farm Implemetns, Wagons, Etc. We carry Farm Nkcessariks of various kinds and can furnish you with almost anything in the line of Tools, Implements, Harness. Wagons, Etc. Prescriptions Filled, Prompt and Accurate. A FRESH. NEW STOCK of all kinds . f Drugs Patent Medicines, Toii.bt A Kneip» and Ribbkr G.s.os ' ' een placed in our New Drug Store to which we in i'.; - ir special attention. Farmers and Stockmen : an*! ■ We have a full line of the Piirssi.iv Stock avi> Port* For preventing diseases of Horses, Cattle, SJiotild 1»- in all stable*. Call for hand l»«>k. Erke. TRY r*KIII. Hogs, Sheep and Poultry. The liest spring tonic. G. M. Kirkpatrick & £?© »3» PARMA. IDAHO. Groceries, Dry Goods, Drugs. Hardware, Farm implements. II J. ZEH. K. S. MADDEN. TELEPHONE Ma Canyon County Abstract Company, ;, EstaBUsHKP, 1802. Farm Loans and Insurance. Office' Kimball Avenue, ABSTRACTS OF TITLE of all Real Estate in Canyon County. CALDWELL. IDAHO New York Life Insurance Company Issues the Only Unconditional and Incontestable Policy. . , For particulars write to JAMES A*. HAYS, Special Agent, Boise, Idaho. - BUY A HOME IN THE • - Parma-RosweiS Section ■ H A P P Y H E A N D Bates &L Lang Real Estate Agents 1 * A R M A , I 1> A H 0 Have a Itirgc It8t of BARGAINS in Emtio-* ami ( ■ity Property ('all or Write for Further Particulars. Money to Loan -ON FARMS Agents for the HOME INSURANCE CO. of N«w York ONE 1894 SILVER DOLLAR ; Or am' other »ilvpr dolltir, <d«l or lire.»'* will not l«* 9:it1it i»*iit to . Par f.u'v to thY fomiiiR WOIU.DS FA lit *»t St. Lotus. t.Bt one of that vintile»'. or tutv othor t»l*l colu or coins <>f th»* l . S. Htÿivjsitinï ;i lik<* amount will L»> noceptad ns payment it* full for SiY Month's -ul»si rip tion tt> «IV i \$o.oo $t,00 \ ?*!X MONTHS O N E Y E A U THE PARMA HERALD A fliHt-plnKs tvtvkl •• !.('« * IH'intpd at Parma. Canyon County. Idaho. pa ihm* oivin«- tlie news of town, county anil state in eondeneml read able form. "Wlien volt -ret The I'ahma Heua1.ii you *r,»t vour mon.*y'-* worth in newspa|>er. we've no ilesiiv t»> invade the field of the de}«irt m'nt store. Thk II kuai.ii to your addr» . one vettr. ?:2: »ix months. *1 . u \ Building Material OF ALL KINDS . . LIME, CEMENT ami COAL. Bridges Lumber Company, Parma, Idaho. OREGON SHORT UNE RAILWAY PARMA THAI#» SERVICE GOING EAST. No. 2. East Mail, l>aily.3:43 A. M. Mail A Express, "... .4 :2d P M. I No. 26. Mixed Train, '•....11:30 A. M. No. «. GOING WEST. Fast Mail. Dailv.1:1* A. M. No. 1. No. 11. Mail & Express."-3:47 P. M. No. 25. Mixed Train, ''_11 :3i> A. M. All carry passengers except N-» AY alt».". Sinon, >. 1. A 2. Agent. Parma Livery Feed and Sale .. . STABLE. . . Harper & McKneit , Proprietors. FirstsGlass Rigs. Prompt, Reliable Service. Tlit* l>Pst of attention «riven to liors*»s left in onr i-ure. Try ns and be convinced. Fourth and Main Streets. Parma. Secret Societies FARSI A LODGE X< 55, 1.0. O. F,, ue Sjtnr*lav Vi.it. Pt* errn corili* iny. alle invite#!. I*. K. Axommbos, X. C». M. A. Hath.#, Seey Il V II V U K 15 K K A 11 I-Mge •* !l 2l «ry IT* «< t and 4tli Tu* M k#*. Saba h M mu via >|e**t- * 1 ,,N.< i P.c.imi a Pe iS. Ml'. i'.i IS W E LI. r A M P <,2t>2. Mod No. n of Am. Wood Meets every first tliinl This. lay of each month. Visiting Hi ,i i.r iS*» •W. 11- Ross. « . < . B. Ross. Clerk G. K. GILLL1LY, ATTSB5ET and CCU5SELL0R AT LAW, ill Parma State Rank. I fiiiee Parma. Idaho. Frank J . Smith, Attorney at Law. Oflkv in •ml law M«wk r over I*. O. > tb* CAUNVKLL, IDAHO. Caidwkii. Iwa. _ waltkk c.aiFnTiiH. h. 4. ciHimma. Griffiths & Griffiths, ATTORMETS AT LAW. Ofiicc in Odd Fellows Building. Dr. William E, Waldrop, FHYSlC'Ah amt SURÎE0K. Both 'Phon«. Office over Bank Buildint; PARMA. IDAHO Town Lots For Ss'e R. H. STOCKTON, PARMA, IDAHO. * F<»R A FlUST-CLASf» SHAVE . . . CALL ON . . . J. S. ENGLISH, Tonsoria/ Tlrtist. . . . A Splemlkl Line of Imported and Domestic : : : C I G AUS::: Of va ri« »us >rmder and prices al way «ui imml. PARMA, IDAHO. Third sir.-et. Frank Martin, Manny at Law, Office: Room 50 S.mna Bl*s*k. BOISE. IDAHO. Ir.(\ Plmw. 3-iH. FIRE AT MERIDIAN Several Store Buildings with Goods Destroyed Last Monday. nt on Monday n few minutes time threat« >f the town a» first dUcov A fire broke» at .Meridian ; o'eU»-k which at !h< eiitir*- l*n«incs» jportioii with d.-ti i-rcd hr J. It. Kcnin.lv who ruing ,| lief* re 9 i. It s on hi» train lor lered the fiâmes ni>ting out of the rear of tlx ncl by Dr». C Reynolds and ••real««! by tbe p<>»! Tin lire »nread with lightning ra * entire building «a» a Mr. Kennedy at «ne« ad soon the entire -popnla t-iwu was oat working to rolitlagration. A voluiitwr bucket brigade with water from cistern ■lid noble work. Tlit- lloise tin >»1 for but the fact that there was no water supply available for the use of the fire d< |>aitnient made it n wa> to take the early tuomii Boise. When he dis. thev w Iwtldinp uptofl an* tfi. lit v ■ *f liante», the alarm lion of t! rlM-.k the " department * a * : phe ess for tbe department to respond to the call. The origin of tin* fire is unknown but it i» la-lie veil to have liccn of incendiary ugh n<> reason can I«* given as hi why anyone would want to commit tbe act. « In all three buildings were entirely consumed, the one occupied by the p*>st office, the building known a. Hedge's hall, and another building l***at*.l on mud owneil by the Capital State l>ank. As mar a. nr.ii.i l»e aarertained at the origin, altti tim.-, tlief-o«*» areas follows: The building <»>ntaining the |»»»t.>!fi<-.-, a drug store, barber shop and tlie otfv-e of the Tribane, «2.000; all of the pet off-i-f' fixtures, the Ulilted States mail. unhiding a safe ki .mp is a The drug st*uv, located in the sa nstainvd a loss of al«ut «2. building, 2») on stock, «500 on instruments an*! «000 on fixtures. There was «1.500 surame *»n the slock <>f drugs. The entire plant of the Trilmne. in cluding the rnihscrijdion list, was lost. It was insuri'l in the Idaho Mutual Co ojierative Insurance company for «750. S. M. C. Reynolds is the publisher. Tbe i>ar!**-r shop, which w as 1-s-atisl in tbe burned building saved all its six in tun»*. Dr. C*»mj4«*n 1*'»s*t three tiating Ixaek U*n yean* ami whirh **«>ii tained accounts value*! at frx>m t $7,000. j Dr. Reynold* Inst his iik>rary t value» I at *ar^. bo*jks*, dire i •veral hun.lr vly .»»!; Hi-lge s hall which Was sinned, was valued at «2-' there was no insurance. >>wn«(l by the Capital State !*ank. •h The A round the State Items Glraned ?rcm Mary Seurc-.s A. E. Wood of Payette, Milio. and K. N. Crmwfoni of Bn j «lay. Tlie: were arrivais Moii gvntlemen are representing a large lumber company and, if they can obtain the necessary amount of timber lands, (of which there is no doubt) will install one of the largest saw mills in the State near Conned as »»on as tbe n e c e ssary arrangements ran t<e madi Mr. AA'ood informe us that bii ompany ay I*ro has ample capital to carry out ject which they nn*iertake and that the plant they contemplate installing in this place will employ fi ami w ill cut day. The company intends ti re all kimls of lumber,lath, sldaghs. Thos»» who have limber lands of which they wish to 75 to 100 men ,000 feet «>f lomher fer manu* c^m etc. B F y to Giun l<iuy Ma ri! A«lva rhe* » .L?e h |u .Won i?» to be made rv and Fort W The clvangv i? to he irter?» [iitient lia AA'alla will lie alu made h; n ae the fnrottfh t*» sufficient eiec Rn kst n v Rotiüh and iipu hoy* r to ^ix months in the Ada »>*nr riaitig a hwef Walt« CUr« the two Nai v ?eiitei:red y >a«! at %n>r >t ÏM-isc. for 1-reak * ll .effort mailt* an unsucces to Tue h jail Monday night to be absolutely incorrigible. TIk*v w ill burglary j t*e proeecuted t»n aunt Iter chare»- as* s«s>u as they -rerve t R. ». Buckley, an employee of tin Beil Telepl»»«*' company at I» *is«s is cti* )**r arrest charg»»l with embcxdentent. lie haj Hot front B ire and was arrest*.»! it#*. Hi» 1« d(K«< rhur trho rr C. a ran fr>i» aioiit' al*m KTtu n»fl fourni dead in hi» *taM* Death resulted from lieui U »ill»)»»«»! to harp pr week before hw body « The re He irrered. *re fr<»ren «ben found, and in a good »täte «f preservation. He »ut T1 years oid. was ai A fire* in the railmad yard* at P'jca* tello tart Meek, ileftrortil nereral loaded ■ays that dter. Tlw r.irtl »1 T.d.-grara t*i have a 501) ton Weiser is * P. P. 11am to be engii dill, of Chicag nrtel is re| ig the prop«* Tlie inly c wtrt^far count; an exhibit a! Lmi» Kail m short Lii The On I>ri Is* thti» svsten vate 'pi eli ues for Idah is to tire system equipped, and tie idea is to covet entire lines with the telepl tie skiing, box car deisg, etc., will her» Kvei after have' iis otfiiv* 'plion<*. and t agents of the eou»|iany at thnr poii may well attempt herraitrr to affect arist'XTntic manners.—Kemmerer Cam era. The lolluving »Ute^ have ne*»n «1 liMlriing *A fannen? f in thii* flat**. iijioii for the tute nitH'tiiiÿ»* l*arma, January 35 an<l 30. CaMnell. Jamil -* 3S an 1 31». Ilex I mi rg, Ft-bruary 1 ami 5, Male» Falla, February 3. r 4 ami 5. Paris, February 8 ami 9. Iona. Kebrtu Montjwiier. February 10 and 11. ne, Fel>ruary 12 and 13. O. E. Jackson lie night suit in the dis at Boise, Friday, asking Midland Railway eomjany lor «3,500 as salary as general counsel f -r that cociqiany from June 16, ISO!», to He alleges this su - Mountaii trict c ' the hs-emhrr 2S. 100 ml to b; lie cotiqiaiiy. *t in l'i»rtlan-l last week. w as agi The Nor tion. which in *2 f,, r shotting his wife s**i When the •kleti Io hoi« l it«* i Rome in Juniun . UI05. ext mee Ih. E luervon, wm-in-laiwuf Frank Tc. liihtliiu;. bai* I »een arwtixl at tie time ag*>. i*er came to uwke the ar rest Mr«. Emerson attempte«! to rtaml him off with a *ix «*lK»«.»ter, hot was die .1. arm* PARDONS FÜR M4NY Three Hen Sentenced For Mur der Liberated by Beard of Paidons. ranif-n?* ha* gra.it.si a full pardon to John Tremel ling, who Slate Bn Tin rd to life impns killitlg of Ed AV, l »wyliee county ih i*«7. A full j»aiil<»n was als*» granti'l to R. J. Alcorn, who was serving a seven year term for per forming a criminal *q»cration on Cora A. Burke of Harrison, K*»*tenai «smnty. from the effects of which she died. H noil in 1899. J-.hn J. Yalk. who receive»! a sentence for murder cotn initteed in Kootenai »-ounty in 1897. ami whose sent*-nce hail been previously commuted, was pardone*!. for th< in I"' was set Xo Paper *1 snvwliere - h>. Mont; Pub Utah, 1*1: «•f r»»wr« the nt 1 . Wyoming an*l it< the take For thuae who d*» not txke luilv. either UvaM*- t»f net Xev**«hi a** thon xrih ut né. the their mail every the or lK-catiM* other metropolitan » very want th*- ^ ilt Ltke Semi* ;herr is» no «P tliat will come near -mee 4 I«!*'** It r* poblisbe«! «m> ■> am! Friilay*. ha* t«renty-tw Week) Tueedj Tri! *une. * of weU^vîect. a«ltng matUT each week, an*l v«m from non until M • t r* 31. Will U *e l f««r $1.50. 3 Serious Occident* Caldwell News: L CappV a few a r\***!ii with ' Ui lîr hume» I l-S 1-1 -lav children during the c of the other ? *" >**niKY **f the l'îirvnts»» In clothing rancit firv and 1 its a* tilth* ones 1 14c tu eiliiwi!*h it ;! were * Its screams attract*»! an »a*n*r 1 llarrv. atal Mrs. Potts who liv< StK-d. hut i:d ' fitKir ÄUd tLo fif>' W: U4»t hrhwr^ tin' litlh* lisck wrdy InkfAed. L5 ext lug; v r a TAXES AND LAWS County Assessors and Attor neys Meet and Make Suggestions. •»son* «ml ai conntie» of I.hth Tb 'ounty Ai of the varioa met a w***-fc. Tlif* H***- th fiivt «»f ïh» h p**\ t and was pri«!u> I tend to I» methods? |wr!HK»l in a rrtv throughout the ^ate. eomndttct <A ill»», greater h of |ir*.jf Th led that sli. k -r head, milch cow- at iss-f catth* at *25. «tockgh. < p at at fW an-l u|e at «25 to *»il. ■esst»! at «15 tli range horses at 110 and swine W. Tin* own mitte that land- should Is- assessed in II ■ling to tli rt«-*l real estate re] valuation plaît» 1 upon it by the state l.xanl of equalization ksr each conutv for the year llkJS. Kesmlution* » c |om*l nemniK-i,. 1 the <s.nntv i ance in theii ing tliat the laws be clianged »■■ that ors couki have assist - »iftv wm<* 2L9 er*, amending the county o uc.-e.-l ti«>n «•> tbtt onmt« iJSi-c, ameniiiiie tb** Itt? -n* iran thetnnehr of 1S01 c : angin? the elate when taxe* rome «Min»|uent from th in January to the mam bet 4 cond M*m •lay in I>eeem The county attornfr? electee! th** f**l lowing officer** for the ensuing y «1 enootr, pr ar: W. A. Stone. Mih-s S. J.dii - -n. Nvz Perce c cot ; C. F. Neal, A<U i Among the n ' vice-pre«i retary. tions for chang - all That all pul*!ii rv C "Iv.ls i on pul -in i. Endorse-1 a e*m«tituti >nal con vention. Otanging the statute relative *f est rays f**r t*> unauthori; k, making it a felony demeanor. 1 |kwwn*K)n o ir-tead of a j4oc Chxngii :g tbe praeti-i» of (X eruou* in mk rvtl t-^taite by ;iU!t the owner. ^ •5» Wft'.u 'I' *>f a; Will Lease Timber Land. A. B-triey h W .rl.1 a co Attorney (ier.eral J->1 *iah<> Ci Utivl Jan. H surer B-in R. lion of tlie right of the sstatetole-a lands on which st ln-ls tin. U-en S..M by the State. Btrt Rnsser. C -act* Tr -*s -h»! the forwa his* c to County Ti m Uh* ■ hat h biais» City, I-Uho. le Stale of I.inh Dx.ia Sia:—Ti lease land» w here it ha« standing there«».' said timber bas b or all of et.iudiu£ on The pondiaarr timber «txte l&ndt* *rvt no intend wli !* :\ tlîît lJmt ^ ^ ^ e land, except ir. th 1er np*»n within ti said lamls at any t years for tlie purpose of reu- , timber and nu ity g such raw as are necessary to remove the same. You may lease tlw»e la ounty whenever you have an "tqs uity, notwiihstar. the tinder standing there*» ia in Vi the objei-t. li-pee John A. Bight. General. At! State Dairy Association. >n aud Ear in Caldwell The State Dairy As--i; mers' Institute trill January 27, 28, an* i»h»*d |>ersoiu i. Am*-m tiugii ent «»f the >tate Xai :kti« ienxl i»un Prof. MelW.aki, ds .«i W*ä ieiK*r. 4 rotttmii French. Jmfeon, He *A the I'u*v making exl tertainment of »! Bancroft Promoted . IX. Bui a L*rt lierai maiie . wa« U **-pro week app.AJUti.N ** i-lent and general manager of ita Union Mr. Ik-. I» hw po Fkcifit. TOft genera* man* Orvg «» > - *rl Une. and will ig hvad of both Midi, -tant geltend uianager vi >lioTt laue, wiil in direct ent a: ager v»f ti K. l*e the 4*j^*rati K- Calvin, aw fhpnix'gn chaîne wt tlie operating **f thi> rtau!. Ii »e heXxeved tluii the mxt change U* the promotion .4 Mr. t alvin to la- open 50 Acres. S3,200. All Itlt iftv tu-rets. For Sul. der cultivation, mostly seeded to r ; alfalfa. 25 incites »»f water. jiOtwl Bates »V l- am house, etc.