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i The Tongue Test Put a little alum on the end of your tongue and you will have the reason why alum baking powder should not be used in food. England and France forbid the sale of baking powder containing alum. You can tell whether baking powder contains alum by reading the label. I Dr. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER Made from Cream of Tartar derived from Grapes Contains No Alum—Leaves No Bitter Taste j © 111 lllllllill II TT mMHHIliHiHllliHIMH mmoÊSsesA i. "BARRAGE OF PRAYER" FOR HELP IN CENTENARY DRIVE FOR MANY MILLIONS Can a great financial campaign be won fey prayer? More than 1,000,000 Methodists begin tonight a week of prayer; not only in Moscow, but in every city in America. In every Church ip Mdthodism "Prayer" was the main topic yester day. In every Methodist church there were distributed pamphlets, 8,000,000 in all, on "Victory Through Prayer" and "What Would Happen if Millions Prayed." All of which was preliminary to what might be termed a gigantic prayer barage preceding the inten sive financial drive of the Methodist centenary, set for May 18-25. Sunday schools, Epworth League chapters, minute men and members of churches are participating in an organized prayer effort. On Easter Sunday Methodism ex pects to have enrolled in the fellow ship of intersession 1,000,000 persons pledged and signed to indulge in daily prayer thereafter for the suc cess of the centenary. These pledges will be collected next Sunday in Methodist churches as one feature of Easter Sunday. These 1,000,000 in tercessors are to be urged to devote I a few moments at noon wherever i they may be for prayer for the suc cess of the Methodist centenary. W. E. Doughty, a New York man, is head of this prayer army. Prompt ly at noon in his office a bell taps and all stenographers and filing clerks cease their work for- a mo ment's prayer. Doughty has already enlisted members of 22 denominations in his prayer army which is now past the 300,000 mark. On Easter | Sunday he expects to have 1,000,000 i Methodists alone enrolled And Doughty expects to be able to prove that intensified and concentrât- 1 ed prayer can win a financial cam-1 even as large a one as the centenary $105,000,000 j pai£'n Methodist drive. IB I « x » OLi fi il Y ES, this is what we are offering you during our special Palmolive sale. You secure a 60c jar of Palmolive Vanishing Cream, a 30c can of Palmolive Talcum Powder and four full size cakes of Palmolive Soap at a straight saving of 51c. Every woman needs this assortment — every wdman wants to save that 51c. And we want to acquaint all our customers with these great Palmolive specialties. • We invite you to call at our s'ore and suggest that you do not delay. Palmolive is always popular and a sale brings crowds. Thus you would be dis appointed if the supply should not hold out. BRING A COPY OF THIS AD TO THE m yV I ji V BOGS Economical Pharmacy % ■/A A. LINDQUIST, Prop, and take advantage of this bargain. 1 rn PUT IMPLEMENTS IN REPAIR Troublesome and Costly Delays May Be Avoided by Getting Tools in Working Order Early. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) All users of farm Implements should anticipate, so far as practicable, the necessity for repairs and replacements sufficiently in advance of the working season to make it possible to put their implements in good working condition before the spring operations begin. This Is the gist of a telegram from the secretary of agriculture to E. W. Mc Cullough of Chicago, secretary of the National Implement and Vehicle asso ciation.' Secretary Houston's telegram was in response to one from Mr. Mc Cullough advising him that manufac turers of and dealers in all lines of farm operating equipment have agreed, in the interest of economy and conser vation, to join in urging farmers to in spect their equipment and to order necessary parts in advance of the time they are needed. Manufacturers and dealers declare that if they can know sufficiently in advance the needs of the farmers for repair parts, these parts can be sup plied when they are needed. If the needs are not known to the manufac turers and dealers until the actual time for use, troublesome and costly delays are likely to be caused—delays t Hat may he felt In decreased produc n( - harvest den soil is ready for plowing or work ing Is to pick up a handful and close the hand tightly on it. If the earth fallg apnrt when the hand is opened . . , h f «.„itivatlon This " a 'y enon^n tor cultivation, inis tes *- a PP |, es largely to fairly heavy soils - but these are the soils that are most liable to injury from working too wet. Overzealous srar A simple test to find out when gar- ! SOILS READY FOR PLOWING Overzealous Gardeners Waste Time and Do Harm by Getting on Them Too Early. flirrt who aeners wasté time ancf actually barm on heavy soils by getting on them too early. MARKETING LETTUCE IN LOTS When Sold in Barrels to Small Grocer There Is Always Remnant or Two Wilted. Lettuce should be marketed if pos sible in small packages. When sold in barrels to small grocers there is near ly always a remnant after a day or two which is wilted and hard to sell. Small packages are much better for retailers with a limited trade because they can sell a basket or two every day and buy a fresh lot the next day. This plan is better for producer, re tailer and consumer. It counts for larger sales, larger prices and smaller losses. HAS DOG SKIN ON HIS LEGS Sailor Who Is the Sole Survivor of a Wreck, Tells of Successful Grafting. Philadelphia.—On a furlough visit ing his mother at 003 St. John street, Camden, Warren Miller, chief water tender of the United States steamer Davis, told of dog skin being grafted on his legs from his knees to his toes. He said he was on the destroyer Shaw, October 8, when the ship was rammed by the Aquitania and cut in half. He stated that 51 men and officers were lost and that he was the only survivor, being picked up by the United States steamer Duncan unconscious on a pile of wreckage a day later and taken to Portland, England, for treatment. Surgeons found, besides burns which required the grafting of the dog skin on his legs, that his left arm was broken and three ribs fractured. He declares that the dog skin grafting was a success in every particular and that he has fully recovered from his other injuries. Read The Daily Star-Mirror "Want Ads." TOTH VALUE OF Hi FARM CROPS According to Bureau of Crop Estimates Fully One-Half is Found in Cereals. HEMP CROP INSIGNIFICANT Vegetables Appear to Be Gaining In Relative Importance—Tobacco Has Highest Value in History for Crop of 1918. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) Fully one-half the total value of all farm crops in 1918 at the farm, accord ing to the bureau of crop estimates, Is found in the cereals, the crop total being $14,222,000,000 and the cereal total $7,079,000,000. The group next below In value is that of the fiber The census items of hay and forage , . . , , - 00 , nnA Crops make a total value of $1,884,000, 000 for 1918, or 13 per cent of all , , ., , . , crops, but these items dQ not ade quately cover the value Of Stl'aw and crops, cotton and hemp, but the latter is insignificant. Including cotton seed, these two crops have a value of $1,946,000,000, or 14 per cent of the ag gregate of all crops. corn stover and do not Include pastur age, the value of which may now be roughly estimated at $1,000,000,000— more than one-half as much as that of the hay crop. If pasturage is in eluded, the value Of the hay and for age of 1918 must be nearly $3,000,000, /vrwN .c-ci-t, f h. . , , 000—one-fifth Of the crop total. Venetahles On in inn vegeraoies Gaming. Vegetables, subject to high variablli ty in production and price from year to vear, nevertheless appear to be gaining in relative Importance. Their value In 1909, the latest census year, was 7.6 per cent of that of all crops, and in 1918 it was 9 per cent, or $1,246, 000,000. The same is true of fruits. the value of which has become $638, 000,000, or 4.5 per cent, in place of the 3.1 per cent of 1909. Tobacco has the highest value In his , . .. „ _ ... tory for the crop of 1918, and this reaches the estimate Of $374,000,000, ^ „ ,, ; . _ or 2,6 per cent of the crop total. The high prices Of lumber and Other foresKiroducts have raised the farm value Of the year's products Of "the farmer's wood lot" to considerable pro pçrllons. A rough estimate for 1918 •computes a value Of $366,000,000, or 2.5 per cent Of all crops. ,, . . „ „ Value Of Seed Crops." The aroun called "seed crofrsi" In the group caiieu seeu crops mine census arrangement includes beans and peanuts as well as various other seeds. V« min . ». hor 1918 the value of this class Of products IS $348,000,000, as estimated, , iL . , V, . „ ' ÜI1Ü this Is 2.4 per CPßt the crop total. T III the Value of the sugar crops, no beet or cane sugar is included, but , . 0 _ ' only the beets and the sugar cane, Other items are sorghum cane sold , . _ _ ° , and Sirup made and maple sugar and Sirup. The total is $137,000,000, Of ,, , fltoin/vn mvA , * Which $94,000,000 represents sugar beets and sugar cane, and this com .... «, pares with the value at the factory of the 1,007,050 short tons of beet and _ , _ . cane sugar of 1918, which may be $177, 000,000, more or less. HOME GARDENING IS FAVORED Likely to Prove Profitable Investment of Effort This Year-^PIan for Family Needs. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) The home garden is likely to prove a profitable Investment of effort this year as It has for the past several sea S j L i i m m 5* M & a a mm V, ;ar ! mm ft -• m « ■M V» »4 ÎNjj IP? m M I r' » m & \ v mm « - ■-c f Mi I 5 HP M Working in the Garden With a Labor Saving Tool. sons, In the opinion of the United States department of agriculture. The experience of the past few years has proved that persons who have suffi cient land and spare time and who do their home gardening work Intelli gently and efficiently find it profitable. The relatively high prices of practical ly all foodstuffs tend to Increase thé saving effected, but the home garden should be planned with a view to meet Ing the family needs rather than of 16, 1919 MARKETS The following market quotations are the prices paid to the producer by (he dealer and are changed daily, thus giving the public the accurate quotations in all classes of grain, produce and meats. Hay and Grain. Wheat, Marquis, bulK. Whe at, fcluestem No. 1, bulk net, delivered to warehouses 2.07 Wheat, Rluestem No. 1, sacked net, delivered to warehouses 2.16 Wheal. Fortyfold, No. 1, bulk net, delivered to warehouses 2.07 Wneat, Fortyfold, No. 1, s'k'd net, delivered to warehouses 2.16 Wheat, White Club, No. I, bulk net, delivered to warehouses 2.03 Wheat, Wnite Club, No. 1, s'k'd net, delivered to warehouses 2.15 Wheat Red Russian, No. 1, blk + $ 2.1016 \ NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That: Pur suant to Bond Resolution No. 1 of the Board of Commissioners of HIGHWAY DISTRICT A'O. 2, LATAH COUNTY, STATE OF IDAHO, passed and approved on the 11th day of April, 1919, a Spesial Election will be held in said District on the 24th day of April, 1919", for the purpose of submitting to the qualified electors of said District, who residents therein, the q authorizing the Board said Highway District coupon bonds of said District in the principal sum of $375,000.00; That such bonds shall bear interest at a rate not to exceed six per cent ( 6 per cent) per annum, payable annually, until such bonds, principal and in , t .?, rest » . are completely paid and redeemed; I hat the proceeds of the sale of the bonds shall be devoted to the constructing, improv in S and repairing highways within the District, to the purchase of materials and machinery therefor, and to the payment of necessary pe !V ses ° f District in connection there with; I hat there shall be three (3) precincts and three (3) polling places in said District, as follows, to-wit: ELECTION PRECINCT NO. EMBRACE; are uestion and proposal of of Commissioners of to issue negotiable '''■111 ex , „„ 40, N, Range 4, W, B. M„ and running thence d ' le .. N £ miles to the ne cor of Sec. 6, Twp. 4<J rv, Range 4, W. Is. M. to an intersection with the ' Twp. line between Twps 40 and 41 N ; thence due W on said Twp line 6)4 miles to the SVV cor of the SEJ4 of Sec 31, Twp -u,. N, Range 5, vv. h. m.j thence due N i y 2 ^nge 1, vv. B^JL; "thence d'ne w?o!n and S dividing line between the States of Idaho f' g d o°f" itVZ^a 1 SHALL All that potion of Highway District No. 2, Latah County, State of Idaho, bounded and described as follows: Washington 4)5. miles to the intersection with & e r. 'm' ; "hence d^EV^'si^cor o 6 Sec u, Twp 40, N, Range 6, w. B. M.; N.'ÆeT W. R Whence 5 to the SE cor of the NVVK of Sec 18, Twp & * Â^Vo/sec^'ïw? lo. t Range S, W. B. M. ; thence E to the place " f , be f'"" lnB ' ... , . _ . And the polling place for Precinct No. is hereby designated to be at the School house School District No. 9, Latah County, at \ icla, within the limits of said precinct. elei tion precinct no. 2 shall EMBRACE: All that portion of Highway ÖätalÄÄwsf ° f Wah °' Beginning at the intersection of the N and LÄC" -dX ^Äe°beÄ Sections 13 and 24, Twp 4Ü, N, Range 6, W. dividfngline between ti^ltates""^ S Idaho S and vv ashington to a point where the same in tersects the E and W>4 line of Sec 13, Twp 39, N, Range 6, VV. B. M.; thence E on said line to the SVV cor of the NE)( of Sec lg in T J9> Nort h, Range S. VV. B. M.; thence N S6 degrees 54 min, East 1333.5 feet U1 ( !l u ' lln . e " f . Deakin Avenue in the City of Moscow, Latah County, Idaho; thence N ly along the E line of said Deakin Avenue a distance of 1107 52 feet to an intersection with the b une of Sweet Street in the said City of Moscow; thence in a SE'ly direction along the S side of Sweet Street a distance of 1390.2 feet to an intersection with the W line of Main Street in the said City of Moscow; t f be . nc< ;, s N ", ' d çg rees 8)4 min. East 663.28 feet; thence J*. along the b line of the SVV of Sec 17 . Twp 39, N, Range 5, w. B. m. to an intm-scction with the S line of the North ern racific Railroad right-of-way; then a SE'ly direction along the said S line of said vjght-of-way to a point 326.26 feet S of the NE cor of the SVV^4 of Sec 17, l\vp 39, N, Range S, W. B. M.; thence S to the Section Hne between Sections 17 and 20 in said Twp 39; thence E y 2 mile to the NVV cor of Sec 21 i , tbc ' s '?. ™, r of tb % N JJf f i e0 JL' Iwp 39; thence E 2 miles to the NW cor of the sw;4 of Sec 26, i | ^_7' ll . e , to th v. s , w MC . , c Sec 26; thence E 1 mile to the NE cor of Sec 35, in said Twp 39; thence N 4 NE E 2 miles to the NE cor of Sec 7, Twp 39, North, Range 4, W. B. M- ; thence due N 5 miles to the SE cor of Sec 7, Twp 40, N, Range 4, VV. B. M. ; thence W'ly to the SE cor of the SW % of Sec 7, Twp 40, N, Range 5, W. B. M. ; thence S to the SE cor of the NW|4 of Sec 18, Twp 40, N, Range 5, W. B. M.; thence VV to the SVV cor of the NVVJ4 of said Sec 18; thence S to the SW cor of the SWJ4 of said Sec 18; thence W to the place of beginning. And the polling place for Precinct No. 2 hereby designated to be at the building oc cupied by W. G. Barge, at 110 West Third Street, in the City of Moscow, Latah County, Idaho, within the limits of said Precinct. said Twp; thence due S 1 Î4 miles to said said Twp 39; thence of the SW Î4 of said iles to the of Sec 3 1 in said Twp 39; thence ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 3 SHALL EMBRACE: All that portion of Highway District No. 2, Latah County, State of Idaho, hounded ami described as follows: Commencing at the NE cor of Sec 11, Twp N, Range 5, W. B. M., and running thence the section line to the NE cor of Sec Twp 39, N, Range 4, W. B. M. ; thence due 5 miles to the SE cor of Sec 31, Twp 39, Range W. R. M. thence t* W 2 miles ; to the SE cor of Sec 35, Twp 39, N, Range 5, W. B. M. ; thence due N 5 qnilcs to the NE cor of Sec 1 B. M., the place And the polling place for Precinct No. 3 is hereby designated to be at the E. W. Vande vanter Hall Building, at Joel Station, in Sec 19, Twp 39, N, Range 4, W. D. M., within the limits of said precinct. That the polls will he open for such election at the hour of eight (8) o'clock in the fore noon of said day and shall remain continu ously open from that time until seven (7) o'clock lin the afternoon. Such election shall be conducted cordance with the general election laws of the State of Idaho. Said election shall be by ballot and the ballots shall be in substantially the following form, to-wit: Twp 39, N, Range 5, W. of beginning. nearly as pi •«.cticable in ac : SPECIAL BOND ELECTION HELD IN ; : HIGHWAY DISTRICT NO. 2, LATAH : : COUNTY. STATE OK IDAHO. : ; April 24th, 1919. : Mark yo the c your choice, thus: "X". ballot i le opposite : : IN FAVOR OF issuing bonds to the : amount of $375,000.00 for the pur- : stated in Bond Resolution : of HIGHWAY DISTRICT : NO. 2. LATAH COUNTY. : STATE OF IDAHO, passed April : 11th, 1919. : KTi O AGAINST ssuing bonds to the amount of : $375.000.00 for the purposes stated : in Bond Resolution No. 1 of : HIGHWAY DISTRICT NO. LATAH COUNTY, ST \TE OF : IDAHO, passed April • 11th, : 1919. : i ; 110 2. : ' Commissioners of NO, 2, LATAH IDAHO, this Ilth • f the Bn.tni tinder the direction HIGHWAY DISTRICT COUNTY, STATE Ol iv of April. A. D., 1919 WILLI \M HUNTER, Secretary, Highway District No. 2, Latah County, State Passed by the Board of Highway Co id approved bv the President, f April. A. D.. 1919. G A TN FORI) P. MIX, President, High way District No. 2, Latah f Idaho. * 1 si .''l icr ] s 111 ,v,te"t f Idaho. tills County, State WILLIAM HUNTER, Secretary. 167476 net, delivered to whses. 1.97 2.03 Wheat. Red Russian, No. 1 skd net, del. to whses... .2.06y 2 2.12 No. 1 Feed Oats, sacked, per cwt. net. Delivered to ware houses No. 1 Timothy Hay. per ton, .. .$30.00 White Beans, per pound Produce. + 2.50 5C Eggs, per dozen 30c Butter, creamery, per lb Buttei lanch, per Jb ., Potatoes, per cwt.$1.00 Voung chickens, per lb..20@22 liens, live wt.20@22c Old Boosters, per lb ..» .8(h)10c Hogs, live wt., light, lb.. .17%@18 %o H ogs, live wt., heavy, per lb. 16(2)1616 Hogs, dressed, heavy, per lb..l9@20c Hogs, dressed, light, per lb.. ,22®23c veal, live wt., per lb Veal, dressed, per lb. Spring lambs, per lb.. Mutton, per lb. 68c 66c . .9@11 17@18c lüfeillc 8c AO TICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION ^ HEREBY GIVEN, That: " du . nd kcsojuticm No. 1 of the r u V'm' om ™>ssiontW Co «'«.HIGHWAY DIS OK IMA ?.?< l ' LATAH COUNTY, STATE dav of Anril P i a ufo d an e a PB rove 'i ™ the 11th heftl In IImJj 'iv 19 . 1 ?' a S P ecial Election will be 1919 fnr ^ 'ct on the 24th day of April, , ur , the Purpose of submitting to the rcsu lem. «[ eCt ° rS °£ said District, who are Ä . th .erem, the question and proposal of SîH h Hfi5 g l he .-Board of Commissioners , I ? Wa / -District to issue negotiable coupon bonds ot said District in the principal bear iWiî« 0 ' 0 « 00 ' 00 ' That such bonds sha!1 interest at a rate not to exceed six cent (ö per cent)) per annum, payable s< l ' 1 "" 3 3 " u,ltl1 su Çk bonds, principal and -he nVn I com P let , e >y paid anti redeemed; That I Procédés ot the sale of the bonds shall ino llni t0 const .ructmg, improving and repair ing h.ghways within the District, to the pur „1" materials and machinery therefor, ° ft? Payment of the necessary expenses Jr.i, n ï lct « ln connection therewith; That ,, on" s , be f our (O precincts and four (4) to-wit* P aces ln the said district, as follows. be EMBRACE™ PKECINCT NO. a., I - — 1 SHALL „1 j i .... V 11 the lands and territory in cluded within the following boundaries; Com mencing at a point near the center of Sec. 17. r orth * *> ai ^ e 5 » W - M. where '-of-way o f the Northern Pacific Co. intersects with the West line of the Southeast quarter of said Sec. 17; thence Northwesterly along the South, line of said right-of-way to ihe intersection of the East and West % line th . er îo C West on 'A Sec. line of sections 17 and 18, Twp. 39, North, Range 5, vv . ii. ivl. to the West side and line of Main J ? ¥, oscov ^» Idaho; thence North along the West side and line of Main Street to the intersection of the South line of Sweet Av enue; thence Northwesterly along the South side and line of Sweet Avenue to the North west corner of the Catherine thence South along the West side and line ot the Catherine Shannon Tract to the South west corner ot said tract; thence West along the quarter section line of Sec. Northwest Sec. , 18 to the 11 /t> corner °f the Southwest quarter of 13, Twp. 39, North, Range 6, W. B. M.; thence South to the Southwest corner of Sec. 36; iwp. 39, North, Range 6, W. B. M.; 7 o n ^r Southeast corner of Sec. 32, Two 39, North, Range 5, W. B. M.; in n *f ^ Crrt iir to tIie Northeast corner of Sec. Tu xl enc , e ^ est to the Northeast corner of dm North«-«! quarter of Sec. 20; thence North to the place of beginning, polling place for Precinct No. 1 designated to be And the 1 is hereby at: ■ THE SNOW SCHOOL HOUSE, in the limits of said precinct. EMBRACE™ PREC1NCT NO ' with , - 2 'SHALL , . , . , . All the lands and territory in cluded within the following, boundaries: Com mencing at tL» Northwest corner of Sec. 1, Iwp 38. North, Range 6, VV. B. M.; thence bomh to the Southwest corner of Sec. 36. Iwp. 38, North, Range 6, W. B. M.; thence tast to the Southeast corner of Sec. 35, Twp. 38, North, Range 5, W. B. M.; thence West io the Southwest corner of the Southeast quarter of Sec. 35; thence North to the North east corner of the Northwest quartfer of Sec. j » thence West to the Northeast corner of the Northeast quarter of Sec. 34; thence North to the Northeast corner of the Southeast quarter of Sec. 27 ; thence West to the North west corner of the Northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of Sec. 27; thence North to the Northeast corner of the Southwest quarter of the Southeast quarter of Sec. 22; thence West to the Northwest corner of the southwest quarter of the Southeast quarter ot Sec. 22; thence North to the Northeast corner of the Northwest quarter of Sec. 22; thence West to the Northeast corner of the Northwest quarter of the Northwest quarter ot Sec. 22; thence North to the Northeast corner of the Southeast quarter of Sec. 16; thence West to the Northeast corner of the Southeast quarter of Sec. 17; thence North to the Northeast corner of the Southeast quar ler of Sec. 8; thence West to the center of Sec. 8; thence North to the Northeast corner ot the Northwest quarter of Sec. 5; thence East to the Northeast corner of the Northeast quarter of Sec. 5; thence East to the North east corner of the Northeast quarter of Sec. 0 . Iwp. 38, North, Range 5, W. B. M.; thence ^ es tr to , t ^ e Northwest corner of Sec. 1, Twp. 38, North, Range 6, W. B. M. the beginning. And the polling p cinct No. 2 is hereby designated THE THORN CREEK SCHOOL HOUSE, within the limits of said precinct. ELECTIOH PRECINCT NO. 3 SHALL EMJ3RAGE: All the lands and territory in cluded within the following boundaries: Com mencing at the Northwest corner of Sec. 1, iwp 37, North, Range 6, W. B. M.; thence ^outh to the Southwest corner of Sec. 33; ,i en 95 i Last to the Southeast corner of Sec. 17, iwp 37, North, Range 5, W. B. M.; thence North to the Northeast corner of Sec. 5; thence West to the Northwest corner of Sec. 1, Twp. 37, North, Range 6, W. B. M., the place of beginning. And the polling place tor Precinct No. 3 is hereby designated to be at the: place of for Pre lace to be at: THE TOM TIERNEY SCHOOL HOUSE, within the limits of said precinct. ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 4 SHALL EMBRACE: All the lands and territory in cluded within the following boundaries: mencing at the Northwest corner of Sec. 4, Twp. 37, North^ Range 5, W. B. M.; thence bouth to the Southwest corner of Sec. 16; thence East to the Southwest Com corner Sec. 15; thence North to the Northwest corner of bee. 15; thence East to the Southeast of Sec. corner of Sec. 2; thence West to the North west corner of Sec. 4, all in Twp. 37, North, IJangc 5, W. B. M., the place of beginning. .\nd the polling place for Precinct No. 4 is hereby designated to be at the: CHARLES F. GRIESER RESIDENCE, within the limits of said precinct. That the polls will be open for such election at the hour of eight (8) o'clock in the fore noon of said day and sj^ll remain continuously •»pen from that time Until seven (7) o'clock in*the afternoon. Such election shall be con ducted as nearly as practicable in accordance vvnh the general election laws of the State of Idaho. Said election shall be by ballot and rhe ballots shall be in substantially the follow ing form, to-wit: corner 11; thence North to the Northeast : SPECIAL BOND ELECTION HELD IN ; : HIGHWAY DISTRICT NO. 1, LATAH ; COUNTY, STATE OF IDAHO. : APRIL 24th, 1919. : : Mark your ballot i ircle opposite : the choice, thus ( X ). y' : IN FAVOR of issuing bonds to the : amount of $160.000.00 for the pur- : O poses* stated in Bond Resolution : No. 1 of HIGHWAY DISTRICT : NO. 1, LATAH COUNTY, : SPATE OF IDAHO, passed April : 11th, 1919. : AGAINST issuing bonds to the amount : of $160.000.00 for the purposes : stated in Bond Resolution No. 1 : of HIGHWAY DISTRICT NO * L LATAH COUNTY, STATE ! OF^ IDAHO, passed April 11th, : O Given under the direction of Hie Board of f HIGHWAY DISTRICT T r TT Jd EAT AH COUNTY, STATE OF IDAHO, this 11th day of April, A. D 1919 „ C. T. ORLAND, Sccreairv. HIGHWAY DISTRICT NO. 1. LATAH COUNTY, STATE OF IDAHO! Passed by the Board of Highway Commis sioners and approved by the President this 11th day of April, A. D Co tsstoners • 1919. E. D. NICHOLS President. (SEAL) Attest C. J. ORLAND, Secretary.