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Sept. 4, 1904. No. 9. Table Time Arrive Station Leave p.m. 3:30 Weiser Rebecca Vulcan Crane Catrock Concrete Barton Diamond Springs 3:18 u ii 8:18 3:07 <«■ 8:28 2:58 (C 8:34 u 2:43 u 8:49 2,37 a a 8:55 a 2:24 9:12 2:10 u « 9:28 Midvale Cambridge Goodrich Council u 1:52 a 9:46 1:25 a 10:25 12:55 12:25 u u 10:55 a u 11:25 Daily Except Sunday other information For rates or call upon or address E.M.Heigho, V.-P. & Gen'l Mgr. Weiser, Idaho. Oregon Short Line Ry. No. 1 —Passenger, west... 2 ;20 a. m. No'. 5 -Passenger, west... 4:10 p. m. No. 2 — Passenger, east . . . 3:09 a. m. No. 6—Passenger, east. . .2:51 p.m. No.25— Cannon Ball,west,2:51 p. m. No.26— Cannon Ball, east, 9:25 a. m. J.W. Lapish, Agent, Weiser. CHARLES W. LUCK, Civil and Mining 1 Engineer. U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR. IDAHO. WEISER, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States Land Office, Boise, Idaho, March 1,1905. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Register and Receiver, Boise, Idaho, at Boise, Idaho, on April 26,1905, viz : Homestead Application No. GEORGE L. WOOTAN, Van Wyck, Idaho, for the sei4 ssec 11, sw}4 sw'4 sec 12, mvJ4 nwJ4 sec 13 and ne% nej^ sec 14, tp 13n, r 4e. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz; W. Hillman, J. J. Smith, Bud Basey, Robert McDonald, all of Van Wyck, Idtlho. martaprfi Harry J. Syms, Register. W44, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States Land Office, . Boise, Idaho, March 3,1905. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his- intention omake final proof in support of his claim, and >iiat said proof will be made before Register and Receiver at Boise, Idaho, on April 20, 1905, "z: Homestead Application No. 4647, JESSE M. DEMASTERS, ÄS mv - 4, ne ^ nwl ^' nwl ^ ne ^ sec 10, He names the following witnesses to prove e?, n ; muous residence upon and cultivation Go. I 11 ''H' v * z: James Marler, Albert Marler, »nfLwlii® r Brushwood, all of Van Wyck, Idaho, inürö lUlam Bemasters of Ola, Idaho. rtr9a P r6 Harry J. Sv r MS, Register. FORFEITURE notice. T °A.S Norrish, Glen Rock, Pa. Ä ire hereby notified that I have expended 4?® >' ear 1904 one hundred dollars in , improvements upon each of the fol Creek° J." • claims situated in the Big fiz n ? Strict, Idaho county, Idaho, k«lemiiG uc H e V e >the Harvard and the Weiser which »rnV* c H l pns the location certificates of In the nffli 0Un . d 1,1 Book »6. Pages 185, 187, 189, ^id ( Tr,r^-. <d tBe recorder of said county, «aid was m aHe in order to hold of the the Provisions of section 2324 and the « L ,« lse j Patates of the United States, 22 1880 oîüf ndm - ent thereto approved January ' f *aitns'hi.in . u lng annual labor upon mining L>des for the amount required to hold saic Member ending on the 31st day of the PublioaVn if > wi thin 90 days after !°co«trihnti 0 l 1 this notice, you fail or refuse iture as « „,,,7 OUr proportion of such expend *Ul beê(imà 0 iv. ner ' y° ur interest in the claims h'Ureo-owifa^ u Property of the subscriber P^nditurt- ,.? r 3 vh ? has made the required n 'arl6juni5 D ' the terms of said section. Charles W. Luck. ex People tlo ns for their sending in communica publication should sign names to them, also date. VAN WYCK NEWS. L. S. KIMBALL, Local Editor. Van Wyck, April 3, 1905. George Wootan, who was married at Thunder on March 26, gave a wedding dance at Odd Fellows hall on Monday evening which was a very enjoyable affair. On that dance there hangs a tale, and all on account of a girl from Missouri, a stranger to all except her cousins, the Wootan boys. We have some very gallant boys around here, and one of them, who we will call "F. (don't want to give him away) pro ceeded at once to make a mash— V it was not his fault. There was another, "L." for short, also in the mashing business, and he was very attentive to the girl from Missouri. While "L." had her off in one cor ner buzzing her, your correspondent heard her say, "The boys out here are very tame, they aint got the git up the boys has in Missouri, was afterwards heard to remark, L" » (( She had better wait awhile and I'll "show her," for she's from Mis souri. After supper at the Gem hotel, the girl from Missouri was in the parlor and says to Dan Wootan u Dan, give me a cigarette, I wanter smoke." She took the tobacco and paper and deftly rolled a cigarette, then took a match and tried to light it on her skirt but failed. u She remarked, "Doggone it, I'm glad I wore my overalls," and pro ceeded to light the match in the I Gra nd Openi ng! The Largest and Best Assortment of Ladies' and Children's HAND MADE HATS Ever Displayed in Long Valley Will be on Exhibition and FOR SALE April 8th at H. C. SIMS store, Van Wyck. good old fashion way. L" had very red faces, and like David after the death of Absolom, they have not smiled since. Dick Paris met with a painful accident near Big creek. He was on horseback leading two other F" and « horses and when passing Strong's store a dog ran out, frightening the horses so that they became unman agable. Paris was thrown off, and one of the horses (which were sharp shod) either struck or stepped on his face, cutting it in a terrible manner. Dr. Noggle was called by telephone from Van Wyck anc had to make nineteen stitches to close the wounds. The calk of the shoe cut the upper eyelid of the right eye, too, and then just mis sing the eye caught the under lid and tore it loose from the inside near the nose to the outer corner. The Dr. reports him doing well. Frank Noland and family were called to Sweet on Wednesdey on account of the serious illness of Mr. Noland's father. Later. — Henry Frank C. Noland of Sweet, Noland of this place, died Friday evening, March 31, 1905; he was about 73 years of age, and served in the Union army during the Re bellion. Wm. Lynch returned from Boise Sunday. He reports that the rc NORTH & SOUTH ROAD Col. Spofford Believes Long Valley Route Will be Selected. Col. Judson Spofford, president of the Lewiston and Southeastern Electric railway, has returned from an extended visit at Boise, where he states a deep interest has been aroused in the north and south road project, says the Lewiston Tribune. In speaking of the con ditions and the outlook for the construction of the north and south road, Col. Spofford said: The matters of the Lewiston and Southeastern Electric railway are progressing nicely. Everybody in the southern part of the state seems anxious to see it become the north and south road, between Lewiston and Boise. Of course there will be efforts made to have this north and south u *. line terminate at some point other than Boise, but that is a matter the people of that section will have to settle for themselves. In my route for a north and opinion no south road would completely fill the bill unless it went through the Long valley country and would make it practicable to run a branch from some point in the Long valley country into Thunder Mountain. I an) firmly of the opinion that if Thunder Mountain had railroad facilities, it would soon become one of the greatest gold mining camps in the United States. And with a north and south road between Lewiston and Boise there would be fine summer resort at the Payette lakes. a "The joint resolution passed by the legislature, one submitting to the vote of the people a constitu tional amendment allowing coun ties and municipalities to issue bonds in aid of great public util ities, and the one also submitting to a vote of the people an amend ment to the constitution allowing the legislature to exempt from tax ation for a period of ten years such railroads as benefit to the state, have already had a splendid effect upon eastern capital and the correspondence I have had with eastern people re garding these matters indicates that we will have no trouble in financing the proposition. Col. Spofford has received the commission as aide-de-camp on the staff of Gen. Wilman W. Blackmar, commander in chief of the Grand Army of the Republic. Col. Spof ford will attend the reunion held next year at Denver. would be of great cent snowstorm reached that city, four inches falling there. The snow that fell here recently to a depth of twelve inches has nearly all disappeared. L. Bechtel, our druggist, has gone to Boise.