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Published at the Beautiful Payette Lakes, the Grandest Summer Resort in Idaho LARDO, BOISE COUNTY, IDAHO, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1905. NUMBER 25. VOLUME I. CRAWFORD D. N. HIGGINS, Local Editor. Crawford, April 9, 1905. Fishing in the river at the falls 0 od. Mrs. R. D. Thomas landed »two-pound trout last Friday and ^ rs _ Dexter hooked a similar one did not succeed in landing it. )Ut The present outlook is favorable We sin (or a good crop cerely hope so, to offset the black the valley got on account of the season. iye osts last year. Vet Connyers and family, who been at Warner's mill for ome time, have returned to their ave auch east of Crawford. Some plowing is being done in his part of the valley but only in iavored spots, most of the ground being too wet. John Shaw of Boseman, Mont., bin the valley looking for a location All Sunnyside teams have been laken off the road for the present. Hon. Fred S. Logue will arrive in the valley today from Boise. Jacob Greyerbiehl is working at earner's mill. BEAVER MEADOWS Van Wyck, April 8, 1905. There is some talk of building a kgon road through Tamarack pamp to intersect the road that kas partly built over the mountain r the Moose ranch. It is reported pat the people of Council are Raking subscriptions for the moun tain road, and all we have to build H be the part through the swamp, pich can be done with little ex inse. Several of the people here would like to that name their ranches, but it a good many of the names are taken. To ävoid Wo ranches of the same name, *ould the Editor publish names of hose already named. Thos. Fitz ^°rris has named his ranch The Nows. If you have any spare time this Sunday evenings just 0 to Sunday school at Van Wyck a »<i help summer on good thing along, even you are not paid in the coin of realm ^■coming to a it you will get all that's you any way. ^rs. Euni ice Knapp, Miss Don nell and P. F. Wulf attended a re ception Saturday evening at the Gem hotel, Van Wyck, given in honor of the former's neice, who has just arrived from Owosso, Mich. August Stunz made a trip above Tamarack swamp on the 5th and 6tU hunting a cook and some mill hands. He succeeded in finding a cook but said little regarding hands Miss Bettie Donnell of Salubria is teaching our school. She has previously taught school at Marsh and in the vicinity of Emmett. Our new school teacher will board at B. H. McDougall's this summer. We haven't begun going yet but would like to. Taylor Evans of Caldwell is vis iting his brother here, Peter Evans The grass is beautifully green where the snow has gone off. Mrs. W. R. Davidson is visiting in Van Wyck this week. Cad Wedding has gone to the lower country to work. ROSEBERRY " IRENE BLANKINSHIP. Local Editor. Roseberry, April 10, 1905. N. B. Blankinship arrived here from Star last weeK for an extended visit with his brother, W. J. Mr. Blankinship is also seeking rest and health in our beautiful Long valley. William Davis came over from Meadows last week and has now back to bring Mrs. Davis. gone They expect to live on the D. S. Davis place south of Gold Fork. Dick Paris started for Boise to day. His eye is healing nicely, but advised him to 'phone ahead and have all the dogs along the we road chained up. Andrew Cole started today to Council to meet his wife who is re turning home from Weiser. Jack Jasper began plowing last week which is about the first in this vicinity. Samuel Parks of Van Wyck vis ited at the home of his son Charles last week. Eld returned last w r eek Montana where he spent the Thomas from winter. Mrs W. J. Blankinship is visit Boulder ing at her son Henry's on creek. to Van W. E. Douglass has gone Wyck to work. WARREN ROAD Meadows, April 5, 1905. Jack Sheifer fell from a bridge near his ranch on the South Fork of Salmon river, about 12 miles from Warren, on March 29th and was drowned in the presence of Mr. Cadby and others. His remains were recovered, and buried on the 1st inst, Your correspondent learns that Messrs. Thorpe & Toler will employ 150 men on the Golden Rule placer mine this season. The trails from the Fishery to Warren are now in good condition for travel. Making Two Homestead Entries. ' copied from The following is Farm and Home, as the informa tion may be valuable to some of our readers: "In reply to inquiry from John M. Johnson and others as to right to make a second homestead entry, that the act of June 5,1900, will say allows a second homestead to any one who prior to that date has made an entry and had lost or for feited it for any cause. It also allows a second entry to persons who prior to that date had made an entry and commuted it to cash, i e, afterwards paid cash for the land. "Parties desiring to enter should apply to the register and receiver of the U. S. land office under this act in the' district where the land de sired is located, furnishing them with an affidavit showing the num be- or description by section, town ship range and land district, where h first entry was located, 'In case an entryman has ]ost forfeited his entry since June 5, 1900 he can petition the commis or ioner of the general land office to sionei ui w 6 be allowed to make a second entry üe ailu . .... . 1 . (accompanying the petition with an application in due form for „„opifip tract 1 filed in the local speeme tract;, mev* i lanrl office He should explain in land ouu-e. a r full his reasons for abandoning hls IU11 niB icdftunn in* ** o first pntrv describing the circum lirbt exxti^, o stances fully, in order that the office may have sufficient data up which to base an opinion. This petition should be in the form of affidavit, duly corroborated by If the reasons given seem sufficient and the entryman has shown good faith, the petition is usually alIowed.-(J. H. Finagle, Asst. Com. General Land Office, U. S. Interior Department. on an two witnesses. IS ENCOURAGING NEWS Word Received From Mgr. Heigho Favorable to "Pin" Extension. E. M. Heigho, vice president and general manager of the P. & I. N. road, is now in New York. Word has been received from him to the effect that the prospect for exten sion of the road to Meadows this year ig yery encouraging, while it may be carr ied on to Payette lake | before the year en( i B .. Extension of that line will be of very great importance, not only to | that section, but to the far interior and to this portion of the state as well. It is understood a large lum her company will begin operations I in the region reached if the railway extended, and that other enter will be launched in that lo I prises is > cality. The road will carry freight that much nearer the proposed road from Warren to Big Creek. More over the extension will he another . st^p toward cloning the gap between the north and the south. It is altogether probable, in the event of the road being extended, that a through service will be put oil from Boise to Meadows or Such a train would be run 8jbl y be a . I- N " « Probable the traffic would attain such proportions that a separate tram advice would be maintained for Lake. through in the forenoon and back in the evening, carrying passengers, It would pos mixed train on the P. & and express. ltfl accommodation, Such a service has already been considered by the Short Line offi cials, and according to news rece.v ed from Pocatello it is not unlike y that preliminary steps looking to this end will be taken without waiting for any extension of the P. waiung ui a y Lfe I N.—Daily Statesman, I ai notice of publication. Notice IB hereby given that.on the 81st dgy of 1 May 1906, at Van Wyck, County of Boise, Bute of Idaho, proof will be submitted of! the com Diction of works for the diversion of two cubic reetpersecondofthewaters of Hlte.lTiaccord ft uce with the terms and conditions of a certain permit heretofore iBBuedby the State Engineer of the State of Idaho; lj t P '"°" ' * Tb. " ^ ÄwSfkV. May „ to n , ed for Irrl , at ,„„ pu.pgea work> of dlve „ lon wlll bc , nUy com S P !Ä '."re c .pabi *Ihl ÄÄ (or .uoh permit, u s cubic nw l A of sec si, tp isn, r 4e. apiamyi