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The Blackfoot Optimist (Newspaper) - August 26, 1912, Blackfoot, IdahoT h Blackfoot Optimist entered As second class m Atter de oember 8, i 1907. At the Post office at Blackfoot Idaho under the act of con Gress of March 8. 1879 published mondays and thursdays. Subscription rates one year in Advance 2.00 six months. 1.00 three months. Of his never failing source the twice a week Optimist. The article referred was published August 12, 1912, at head of third column and read and enjoyed by our readers almost a week before the bleat was cast upon thib unsuspecting Public. Bei a Little More careful with the shears in future and you will net miss those valuable Stor ies. Mem bar of the Eastern association Idaho press Optimist publish no company Ltd. Karl p. Brown. Manager. The bleat 8hear3 in incompetent hands the editor of the Sheet which is published just around the Corner i mag ined in his last Issue he was remind ing us that he had made a scoop on a live piece of news. This however was purely Emma Glenary on his part. It is not altogether unlikely that the mis sing article was mutilated by the shears As the Nobis ? Alwase ? Edi Tor of the bleat went through his Semi weekly stunt of securing Newa from d a. Jenkins contractor and builder Brick work a specially Blackfoot Idaho the Best 20 acres on the Market for the Money for Sale 3-4 mile from town All under cultivation lots of water in Corbett Slough ditch a t a b a r g a in p r in d. H. Biethan l Ake Side hotel u to p Ean p la n r a the r reasonable a recreation resort. Small game and Trout Are plentiful. An Ideal place for a Days Outing. H. S. Pew prop. Springfield Idaho sleeping out of doors a. A. A a. A. A a a a a. A a. A a at tit to tit Tutt to tit w will sell i � for the next 3 0 Das i j 10 la. Pail l Ard of r $ 1 .2 5 1 5 la. P a in l a re of r 7 0c � 3 la. P a in l Ard of r 4 5 c i i every pail guaranteed Idaho meat Market a. not merely Are tuberculosis victims sleeping under tent Walls All through the year but a Large portion of the More elaborate Homes Are today erected with comfortable sleeping porches. In these you can get your fresh air without having your neighbors cat alight on your face in the Middle of the night a night on a cot bed in a tent has its charms provided you can really sleep. The scents of grass and Trees your close embrace with Mother Earth have a sweetness that is absent be Hind blinds and plaster waifs. But sad to say the Camp cot bed has its outs to those of us whole soft bodies Are wonted to the de fences of the closed House. The Roar of the night train. Deadened by the four Walls of a House reverberates in your unprotected tent and you Are Elvide awake. The slightest sound in the neighbourhood rouses Yourl curiosity and you count the Steps of the late Comers on the echoing sidewalk. Your cot bed rocks Back and Forth with the inequalities of the ground and if you get your head too Low the constant tide of blood keeps your nerves growling. If there Are mosquitoes they add the final touch of sorrow. The one great physical need of the majority of the american people today is More fresh air. The atmosphere of an office factory or Mill was never contemplated in the age Long evolution through which nature built up the wonders of the human Frame. She provided for the needs of the body on the Assumption that fresh air would always be sweeping its tide of life through our veins. Then Man went and built caves Ceils i and prisons in which nature chief Cleanser was for Bidden Entrance. It is up to everyone who believes that the body is a business asset to be conserved like any other property to get More fresh air. If he a Nat get in in his business hours he can get it in his own Home. And at night he can either sleep out of doors or fill his room with out door air. Eastern people Are too easily an noyed by the Little discomforts of tent life referred to above. All through the Western cities where people adapt themselves to changes More easily thin men putting on flesh merely by the Charm and tonic of life in the medium for which nature built the human body k. Cd. Conklin my. Mcknight Presto Lars Sorenson we. Twitchell Rich w. G. Davidson h c. C. Rich Riverside Jno. W. Burton Henry Dann f. T. Halverson Rose Jacob Gushwa Chas. Nielsen Thomas Hans w. Peterson Samuel Koontz Owen Grenan Shelley w. J. Mallory Jno l. Moore Heber a. Harrington Woodville Harry Hurst notice for publication notice for publication department of the Interior u Land office at Blackfoot Idaho August 5, 1912. Notice is hereby Given that John b. Wedel of a Rdeen Idaho who on november 15, 1907, made Homestead entry serial 04060, no. 12360, for . It Section 15, township 6s, Range 30 East Boise Meridian has filed notice of intention to make final three year proof to establish claim to the Lant above described before David Eurrell u. S. Commissioner a t american Falls Idaho on the 9th Day of october 191. Claimant Nam As witnesses Peteer a Friesen Benjamine b. Wedel John j. Becker Jacob j. Frey All of Aberdeen Idaho. Henry w. Klefner a12-s9pm Register notice for publication final proof i John n. Browne of Blackfoot Idaho r. F. D. No 2, who made entry no. 448, under the provisions of an act of the legislature of the state of Idaho commonly known As the Carey act approved Arch 2nd, 1889, Wlinich embraces Vis. W. % Sec.34, of township 3 South of Range 34east, do hereby give notice of my intention to make final proof to establish my claim to the land above de scribed and that i expect to prove that i have resided on reclaimed and cultivated said land As required by Law before l. R Thomas a t Black foot Idaho on the 25th Day of sep tember 1912. By two of the following witnesses. Alfred j. Reese Alfred c. Reese t. P Fackrell Swan Berg All of Blackfoot r. F. D. No 3, Idaho. John n. Browne a26-s23m Butryman i always in the Lead a b r d n department of the Interior u. S. Land office at Blackfoot Idaho August 3, 1912. Notice is hereby Given that George Welchman of Blackfoot Idaho r. F. D. No. 3, who on february 14, 1907, made Homestead entry no. 11421 ser Ial no. 03464, for w. % new. I Section 12, township 2 South Range 36 East Boise Meridian has filed notice of intention to make final five year proof to establish claim to the land above described before Register and receiver u. S. Land office at Blackfoot Idaho on the 16th Day of september 1912. Claimant names As witnesses William Anthony Ezeriah f. Wil Liams William Pope Maroni i. Mee Sham All of Blackfoot Idaho r. F. D. No. 3. Henry w. Kiefer a5t5mp Register. Notice for publication y t of to of � tif � t t f f of � t ? ? ? c o a l Best in the w est by government test for particulars see to i phone 2 3 phone 23 Bull for service thoroughbred Jersey $2-50 for sea son hansens livery barn. Of trans Mississippi commercial Congress Potter & Spani contractors a n d builders plans a n d estimates promptly furnished shop 196 n. Main phone 293 All Job work neatly and promptly done a hotel garage gasoline and oils supplies and repairs All repair Wark abt Outdy Gazara ahead Auburn automobiles Watson proprietor democratic Central committee organize see Sewells Transfer co. For the Best and most re liable service. Orders taken at t. A. Hayes phone 63. Resi. Phone 262 the democratic Central committee met saturday afternoon it the court House and perfected their organization and also organized a Wilson marshal club with w. A. Beak by As its president. Brazill w. Clark candidate for joint state senator from Bingham and Bon Niville counties was present and delivered a Short but interesting and Drees. Officers were elected As follows j l. Emeryck chairman j. T. Car Ruth Secretary and these with John g. Brown C. Conklin and w. G Craig constitute the executive com Mittee. C. F. Molden was chosen As state committeeman. Following is the names of the Cen trial committeemen and their respect Ive precincts Aberdeen j. A. Toner j. Livingston c g. Funk Basalt Chas. Criddle Fred Nelson we. Anthony Blackfoot no. 1 j. T. Carruth a Whitten l Capps Blackfoot no. 2 w. H. Stufflebeam Jac. Thomas w. F Martin Blackfoot no. 3 j. L. Emeryck Fred Gertch c. C Clawson Blackfoot no. 4 Raymond Clayton or. Scott Richard Watson Danilson Jas. Rice John Stufflebeam a. L. Shelman Groveland r. F Neal j c. Jensen j3neston Taylor Gio. H. Longhurst More and w. P Lindsay Salt Lake City August 27th-30 a 1912. Excursions via Oregon Short line. Ogden and stations South will sell tickets August 27th to 30th, inclusive limited to september 1st stations North of Ogden will sell tickets August 26th to 28th, inclusive limited to september 5th. See agents for rates and further particulars. A19 a28 Wick piano win Jtj big contest at Milo Ward i a prescription i filled by us department of the Interior u. S. Land office a t Blackfoot Idaho july 31st, 1912, notice is hereby Given that George Mclean of Springfield Idaho who on april 24th, 1907, made Homestead entry no. 11647 serial no. 03615, for Y2 be. S. % . I Section 9, township 4 South Range 32 East Boise Meridian has filed notice of intention to make final three year proof to establish claim to the land above described before Register and receiver u. S. Land office at Black foot Idaho on the 23rd Day of sep tember 1912. The claimant names As witnesses John h. Stuff beam of Springfield Idaho Louis a. Nugent of Sterling Idaho Henry w. Chandler of Spring Field Idaho Leamon d. Eronson of Sterling Idaho. Henry w. Kiefer a5t5m Registe is a guarantee of drug purity and correctness j there is a marked refinement in our perfumes phone in your orders for ice Cream phone 77 j b r i d g t. Modern pharmacy i the amusement committee at the Fine new meeting House and dance Hall in Milo Ward arranged with the three music houses of this City for each of them to place one of their Best pianos in the dance Hall on free trial. The Morden piano company placed one of the celebrated p. S. Wick alongside the Krell French and Kimball pianos. The people of Milo Ward held a special meeting for the purpose of selecting a piano and All were unanimously in favor of the Wick. The Purchase was made on a Cash basis. Morden piano c wholesale and retail stores at Idaho Falls Blackfoot and Downey. T. A. Hayes manager 115 North main Blackfoot of Yellowstone Park excursion the Oregon Short line company will operate a special Low fare excursion to Yellowstone Park effective with Yellowstone special train leaving Salt Lake City the evening of August 31st. The following round trip rates will apply from principal head line Points to and through the Park covering All rail stage and hotel expenses for the Complete five Days tour including old faithful Lake grand Canyon and Mammoth. Idaho Falls $36.35 Pocatello $38.35 Ogden $43-75 Salt Lake $45.25. Rates from other Points not quoted two cents per mile in each direction to nearest head line quoted. See agents for further details including copy of itinerary of the trip or write d. Burley gen eral passenger agent Salt Lake City Utah. A19-a30 $50.00 Reward notice for publication t department of the Interior u. S. Land office at Blackfoot Idaho july 25th, 1912. Notice is hereby Given that Alva Benson of Blackfoot Idaho r. F. D. No. 4, who on december 21, 1908, made Homestead entry serial no. 01851, for be. V4 be. Be. V4 be. V4, Sec. 9 . View. View. View. I. Section 10, township 2 South Range 34 East Boise Meridian has file notice of intention to make final three year proof to establish claim to the land above described before Register and receiver u. S. Land office at Blackfoot Idaho on the 23rd Day of september 1912. Claimant names As witnesses John v. England Lester Belknap William t. England John of Grimmett All of Blackfoot Idaho r. F. D. No. Henry w. Kiefer by 29-a 26 Register. Now is the season to think of potato diggers and Sorters. W Han d be Pugh diggers and Idaho n o. 1 Sorters these goods Are guaranteed All steel and of highest Quality the Hendrie implement co. Notice of proposed Transer of water right stolen from Blackfoot. Idaho on the night of july 17th, 1912, one Black gelding ten years old weight about 1400 pounds Small Blit in one ear branded l on left hip. One sorrel Mare two White Hind feet Saddle marked weight 1,000 pounds age about eight years old. One double set of Light work harness Ball top Hames and one Hame broken and gone. One two seated Enterprise made buggy Tan cushions Tongue broken about three Freet from the tip and spliced with Iron bands. Wire All information to me and if located arrest hold and wire me at my expense. Kindly give this your careful attention. F. De Kay j22tf sheriff Bingham co., Idaho. Notice is hereby Given that Rich mond c Lowder of Blackfoot Idaho has applied to the state Engineer the state of Idaho for a certificate authorizing him to Transfer the use of one Hundred inches of the water of Blackfoot River from the land upon which it is now used 1. E., w. % of the . %. S. % of the new. It of the i and the w. % of these. V 4 Sec. 33, t. 2 s., r. 36 e., b Bingham county Idaho to the Fol lowing described tract portions of lot 8 and of be. % of the of Sec. 7 i twp. 3 s., r 35 B. M., also portions of . % of the . V 4. New. 14 of the . 14. Lots 4, 2 and 1 of Sec 8 in twp. 3 Of r. 35 B. Bingham county Idaho. And that a t one p On the 16th Day of september a. D. 1912, at Blackfoot Idaho a t Parkinson realty & investment company is office before Chas. H. Decamp the water commissioner of division no. One or his authorized agent the Opportunity will be Given to any and All persons to appear and present for his consideration any reason or reasons Why a certificate should not be issued authorizing such to Nassr. T full details of the proposed trans Fer May be obtained from James 1 Ezell water master of said Stream. A. Robinson a12-s12m.t state Engineer. Notice for publication. Final proof i Ray f. Moody of Pingree Idaho a signee of Lepes Grant Holt who was Assignee of Arthur a. Marquais who made entry no. 462, under the provisions of an act of the Legisla Ture of the state of Idaho commonly known As the Carey act approved March 2nd, 1889, which embraces new. V4 m of Section 35, of township 3 South of Range 33 East eol3c Meridian do hereby give notice of my intention to Mako final proof to establish my claim to the land above described and that i expect to prove that i lava re sided on reclaimed and cultivated said land As required by Law before l. R. Thomas at Blackfoot Idaho of the 17th Day of september 1912, by two of the following witnesses. Paul h. Troutner Arthur l. Wei Mer John Josephson Louis Moody All of Pingree Idaho. Ray f. Moody al2-$tm entry Man. ? notice for publication Pinal proof i a h. Scott of Springfield Idaho who made entry no. 456, under the provisions of an act of the legislature of the state of Idaho commonly know As the Carey act approved March 2nd, 1889, which embraces be. V4 be. V4 of Section 18, of township 4 s., of Range 33 e., do hereby give notice of my intention to make final proof to establish my claim to the land above described and that i expect to prove that i have resided on reclaimed and cultivated said land As required by Law before Lorenzo Thomas attorney at Blackfoot on the 2d Day of septem ber 1912, by two of the following wit Nesses or. Frank Thompson of Pingree Idaho mrs. Clara Weise hoops of Blac foot Idaho mrs. Phyla Parr of pin Gree Idaho mrs. Mary Scott of Spring Field Idaho. A8s2m j. H. Scott entry Man. ? ? -------1--- notice of publication notice is hereby Given that a t 10 a m., on the 23rd Day of september 1912, a t Blackfoot county of Bingham state of Idaho before Geo. F Gagon notary Public proof will be submitted of the completion of works for the division of 3 1-5 cubic feet per second of the Waters of us named Spring in accordance with the terms and conditions of a certain permit heretofore issued by the state Engineer of the state of Idaho. 1. The name of the person or corporation holding said permit is Wil Liam l. Hawley. 2. The Post office address of such person or the place of business of such corporation is Blackfoot county of Bingham state of Idaho 3. The number of such permit is 5234, and the Date set for the completion of such work is september 23, 1912. 4. Said water to be used for irrigation and Domestic purposes. 5. Said works of diversion will be fully completed on the Date set for such completion and the amount of water which said works Are capable of conducting to the place of intended use in accordance with the plans accompanying the application for such permit is 3 1-5 cubic feet per second. 6. The amount of lands for which said water is available is ninety acres particularly described As follows s I of 14 of Sec. 19, n. You of n. V4 and s 14 of n. Of Sec. 30, t. 5 s., of r. 32 b. A. Robinson state Engineer.a19, sept 16
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