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Will C1TT UD COUNTY
HDB8DAY. JULY 6,
You don't bava to ask a farmer
tow be ie getting along these days.
Inst watch the smile on his face
tnd you'll know.
Tfct'hoautiful weather of the past
few days went a long way toward
making the ce lebrat ion a suocéss
fonad than Camas Prairie at the
present time. The crop outlook
oonM not possibly be better and
with the broad fields of growing
grain, the sleek cattle and prosper
ous homes it makes a picture that
hol^e the visitor spellbound and
brings contentment to the heart of
spot could he
The efforts of the Washington
Historical society to have a monu
ment erected over the resting' place
of Cheif Joseph may meet tbe. ap
proval of some people, But the
pioneers of central Idaho who saw
their loved ones shot down by the
followers of this blood thirsty as
sassin will not be in a hurry to aid
in keeping his memory alive.
A great many of the citizens of
Camas Prairie will attend the
Portland fair this summer and it
is right that they should. It is a
splendid exhibition and will prove
both interesting and instructive.
However, a great mistake is being
made by many 'who count on
making purchases while there.
They think they will find baagain«
in the big city but will find a
marked advance in the price of all
lines of goods. Yonr home mer
chant needs your patronage and
will supply pour wants at much
more reasonable prices than you
will find in Portland during the
Plonnnrs off Idaho-County .Not
In Favor pf Move.
Ko man can appreciate u fully
the iraworthiness of a monument
to Chief Joseph as do tbe pioneers
of this country. The murderous
outrages committed by ftkUi Indian
are probably not known to the gen
tlemen who wish to perpetuate his
memory by erecting % monument
to Mm. -Bat here where them most
atrocious acts were committed, here
where tbe great baart-ahbes were
inflicted and many lives given in
the cause of humanity, here where
the name of Chief Joseph was
mqfte famous, the people know
wh«t is due him, and are universal
in the opinion that no monument
should be erected in his memory.
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The following description of the ,
affairs of '77 and '78, by Mr. L. P.
Wilmot, who was one of the volun
teers aid whp did such effective
eervice in tbdsadaVs, most Forth
ily pi «tares this murderous iLian.
Everyone iu this country is with
w *T„_ . . ,«**.. .„a «„t
why can not Sonumenteb^eicUd
to «he men who are worthy of them
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The effortsof*Professor Edmond
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the memory of Chief, Jomph, the
With She« Annmwki of Lew P ton.
probably know* as much abont
this famone chieftain and his de
predations as tides any other
mas in Idaho or Washington.
|fr. Wilmot was' a volunteer
scout and accompanied the United
States troops sad volunteer parties
during the days when Chief Jomph
and his warriors wrought so much
havoc in damas county, Idaho.
Mr. Wilmot believes Chief Jomph
to be nothing mom than a murder
er and Buggesfe that If the Wash
ington State Historical Society has
any money to be spent in monu
ments they should be erected to
commemorate the bravery of men
shot down, some of them in cold
blood, by this Indian ehief to
whom memory Profeeagr Meany, of
the Washington?- i ' ^
desires the erecti
Mr. Wilmot has written to The
News jp-oteating against this action
on the part^of the historical society.
In his communication he says:
"I notice an article'In an issue
of ?he News of recent date, stating
that the Historical Society of Wash
ington was going to erect a monu
ment over the grave of Chief Jo
of a mono
"I should like to have Professor
Meany state what Joseph ever did
that would entitle him to this great
diMfaction. AU that I ask is that
the professor ooufine himself to the
'Swill with yonr permission,
of «Mpe of the
thejjrBves in <
dtisens of Cam
to Prairie, against
to of this Indian, i
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who had never been wronged by
an individual of that county.
"Chief Joeepb has an Indian.
This be could not help, and he bated
the whites with that bitter inten
sity, that is born in the Indian.
That Chief Jqeepb had a good and
valid reason for hating the white
race I think is true, because of tbe
treatment be received from them.
Bat when Chief Joseph through
his cowardly nature, failed to in
flict punishment on thoee who had
wronged .him, anjl came over into
country, hud murdered and
robbed moo, women and children,
Who had never wronged him or any
other Indian, be placed himself be
yond the sympathy of all fair mind
"Will Professor Meany tell us
why it was that Chief Joseph had
Lew Day shot in the back when he
was going to Gen. Howard for as
sistance, and why it was that Chief
Joseph waylaid Ben Norton,
wounded Mrs. Norton, killed John
y. Chamberlain, and his six year
old daughter, and took his baby
girl by the heels and knocked its
head againBt the ground, and
caused it to bite a part of its tongue
off, or perhaps they cut it off—and
then ran a kuife down through its
neck, between the jugular vein and
the neck bone; then captured Mrs.
Chamberlain, and subjected her to
treatment so inhuman that it can
"As to hia bravery, I owe it to
hie cowardice that I am now per
mitted this effort to do him juetice.
Had be been a brave man I would
not now be here to tell of his butch
ery. When he failed to blot pa ont
of existence, after our little hand
ful of soldiers had charged through
his line and scattered himself and
his warriors like so many scared
sheep, and through the death of
our captain we had been halted in
the prairia, reduced by casualties
to leas than ten men, and surround
ed- by all of his warriors,' did h e
then show any signs of bravery?
to these gallant United States sol
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P" d th ® P« n »Hy that nature exacts
from all of us why not let him rest
, And if there «re to he anv
in P* ace - " nd 1 . ? f J
monutnents erected by the Wmh
* re<5t °* e tbeylace where Lew
of Captain feandall's death; or one
where Ben Evane and D. H. How
• e F." er ? wh ' le * oin B to
rel !°* of 8oldien, , w , h P were reported
as being snrrouded by tbe Indians.
Thus would the society receive the
commendation of all good citizens.
"So long as Chief Joseph's ad
u ^ u8pect .
i«g pobUo believe that he was a
Dall - V New8 - 8unda y' June4 ' 06
"Awl when Lieutenant Bains
and « little handful of men went io
tbe rescue of Blewett, we*p sur
rounded at., the foot of Cottonwood
Hill, and with six of them'cot off,
took refnge behind some rocks,
where they Blood off the whole of
this brave Indian's band until
their smmuuition was exhausted,
it was then that Chief Joseph
showed his bravery by walking up
diers aud shooting each one in the
Notice of Assessment.
The Jumbo Mining and Milling
Company, Limited. Principal
place of business, Grangeville,
Notice is hereby given ,tUat et e
of tho direotore jkeld on
df June, 1906, fen assess
ment of three cents per share was
levied upon the Capital stock of
the corporation, payable on Tues
day, August 1, 1906, to W. W.
Brown, Treasurer, at the Bank of
Cvmas Prairie, Grangeville, Idaho.
Any stock upon which this ass
essment remains unpaid on the
first, day of August, 1905, will be
delinquent and advertised for sale
at public auction, and unless pay
ment is made before, will be sold
on the 18th day of August, 1905,
the delinquent assessment,
together with cost of advertising
and expenses of sale.
John Norwood, Secretary.
Dated, June 27, 1905.
Low Excursion Rates to East
ern Points on N P. R. R.
N. 8. C. E. Baltimore, Md., July
6 to 10, rate $84.50. N. E. A.,
Ashbury Park, N. J., July 3 to 7,
rate $88.70. National Grand Lodge
B- P. O. E.j Buffalo, Jnly
$79.60. Going limit 10 d
f of sale; final lipitdO days
ie are first-class roudd-trip tick
A hovers tee appljMrom Stitee.
farther information call on
E. R. Ca WLEZ, Agt.
-Notice to Tax Payers.
Notice ie hereby given, in ac
cordance with section 92 of an act
relating to revenue, etc., panned at
lQOleeeqitfn of tbs legislature;
that the anseneor and lax col loot or
Idaho conaty, Idaho, baa com
pleted the pssessmettt booksfor
the yea* 1906, and name hâve,
together with the statements, been
delivered to the undersigned clerk
of the board of county commission
Notice is hereby farther given,
that the board of county commis
sioners will, on the second Mon
day of Jnly 1906, to-wit: On Mon
day, July 10,1906 at 9 o'clock a.
m. of said day, inest as a board of
equalization, to equalize ssseea
menta for the year 1905.
The said assessment hooka are
now open to tbe inspection of all
Dated Orangeville, Idaho, Jnly
J. I. OVEBMAN,
Clerk of Board of County Com
missioners, and board of
equalization of Idaho Coun
The Diamond Cure.
Tbe latest news from Paria is
that they bave discovered a dia
mond cure for consumption.
If you fear consnmtion or pneu
monia, it will, however, be beet
for yon to take that great remedy
mentioned by W. T. McGee, of
Vanleer, Tenn. "I had a cough
for fourteen years, Nothinghelped
me until I took Dr. King's New
Discovery for consumption, coughs
and colds, which gave instant re
lief, and effected a permanent
Unequalled quick cure, for
throat and lung troubles. At J. J.
Pulse's drug store; price 50c and
•1.00, guaranteed. Trial bottle
Special Rates via. O. R. & N.
To the Louis and Clark Fair
Portland, Ore. June 1 to Oct. 15tb
From LBwiBton 114.40 for the
round trip good for 30 days. Party
of 10 or more on one ticket 110.80
limit 10 days. Tickets on sale
May 29 to Oct. 16. In addition
occasional daylight coach excur
sions will be run at lees than one
fare for the round trip. For par
ticulars call on or write C. W.
Mount Gen'l Agt. 0- R. & N.
Remember we have the ehort
Special Excursion Rates to
Denver and Return on N. P.
Epworth League Meeting, July
6 to 9; Eagles' meeting, Auguet
14 to 24; Osteopathic meeting,
August 16 to 19; G. A. R. meeting,
September 4 to 7. Rate, one first
class fare plue 110 for round trip.
Limit, 30 days, from date of eale.
Stop-overs allowed both going and
retarning. E. R. Cawley, Agt.
Bent Her Double.
"I knew no one, for four weeks,
when I was eick with typhoid and
kidney trouble,'' writes Mrs. An
nie Hunter, of Pitteburg, Pa., "and
when I got better, although I had
one of the best doctors I could get,
I was bent double, end bad to rest
my bands on my knees when I
walked. From this terrible afflic
tion -I waa rescued by Electric
Bitters, which restored my health
and Btiengtb, and now I can walk
as straight as ever. They are
•imply wonderful." Guaranteed
to curs stomach, liver, and kidney
disorders; at J. J. Pulse's drug
gtore; price 60 cents.
Good Farm for Sale.
440 acres of choice land for sale; 6
miles northwest of Orangeville, 2£
miles south of Denver, 3 miles
north of Tolu, 11 miles to Cotton
wood. Watered by well and 3
ponds has bearing orchard; pros
pect for good crop,
land can be purchased for $40 per
acre, crop included, limit 30 days.
. " J. C. Doss,
Special Rates Via O. R. & N.
Asbury Park N.J., account Nation
al Educational Association, round
trip $87.20; Baltimore, account
United Society Christian Endeavor
$83.10; selling dates June 28, 20,
and 30tb;final return limit 90 day
Buffalo, N. Y., account Grand
Lodge B. P. O. E., round trip
$78.10, date of sale July 5tb.
For futher particulars call on or
write C. W. Mount Gen'l Agt.
O. R. & N. Lewiston Ida.
J. B. Cook, auctioneer, will cry
sales in city or country. Large ex
perience, thoroughly acquainted
with the people and property of
the county, terms reasonable.
I will cash sale notes at sales
cried by me.
Headquarters, Rodgers & Rule's
livery stable. Stock can be sold
in town if desired.
Twenty-five head of etook cattle.
Enquire at Jarrett ranch, 1 mile
east of Tolo,
Parker-Robertson Co., telephone
Everybody likes LaPerla cigars
because there is none better.
Any one desiring rag carpets
should call on Mrs. Phillips.
Ottnon, the optcian, makes a
specialty of fitting gli
Wedding rings made to order on
short notice. Donlap, tbe jeweler.
Don't overlook tbe 20 percent
discount on lawn mowers at Walter
Parker-Robertson Co. write fire,
insnranee and surety bonds of all
The best mowing machine oil
and axle g reas e on earth at Walter
Hay tools and rope cheaper than
ever at Walter Hiokuraon's Hard
When yon bay psint why don't
yon buy the .beet, S. W. P.; ask
For Sale—Two gasoline engines,
three and six horse power. Enquire
of Mrs. L. L. Phillips. ^
Remember everything is going
at cost at tbe Emporium. Come
now before sizes are broken.
' Binding twine, Gall o r write
Orangeville Implement Co. if yon
want any binding twine.
Get your garden seeds at Big
Buffalo Cash store; best selection
Frank has nothing but the best
in confections and
One hundred acres of good past
ure one half mile east of town.
8tock pastured at |2 per month.
For Sale-One hay baler in good
condition; power and scales. In
quire of Geo. J. Neighbor.
Onr stock is complete in each
department and are making the
loweet prices possible. Big Buf
falo Caeh Store.
A new lot of malleable wrought
iron ranges just received. Prices in
reach of all at Walter Hickeraon's
Paint your house with W P Ful
ler's pure prepared paints and oils.
Our store is complete. Big Bufialo
Cash Cash store.
Ladies will be surprised to notice
the immediate difference in their
complexion if they try Hogan's
massages for a month.
Whoal whoal Head that mulel
He can't break that harness from
Bertsch's harness department.
Charley makes them.
Now lathe time to buy fancy
millinery, summer dress goods
and fancy trimmings, we make the
right price. Big Buffalo store.
Fifteen new and beautiful de
s'gns in wall paper just received at
the paint shop on Meadow St. near
Vollmer & Scott, A. W. Robinson.
Lawn mowers, ice cream freez
ers, plumming shears, spray pumps
and wheel barrows, all for immed
iate use. Big Bnffalo Cash store.
We can exchange Vineland and
Glarkston, Wash property for town
property or farm lands. Gall and
see ns. Orangeville Savings & Trust
Don't let any one fool you on
prices of building material. I have
tbe beet and largest line ever ship
ped to Grangeville. Prices, bedrock,
et Walter Hickerson's.
Yon make no mistake when you
boy pore lead and oil paints mixed
to order instead of the mixture of
benzine and barites, sold as ready
mixed paints. A. W. Robinson,
on Meadow St. near Vollmer and
A car load of binding twine.
A car load of wagons.
A car load of binders and mow
A car load of barbed wire.
A car load of baggies and hacks.
Grangeville Implement Co.
Via. N P Railway to Lewis and
From Stitee, 117. 60 for round
trip, good for 30 days. Party of
ten or more on oue ticket. $13.10,
limit 10 days. Tickets on sale
Mey 29th to Oct. 15th. In addi
tion occasional excursions will be
ran at lees than one fere for the
For full particulars call on or
write A. W. Rowland,
Agent N. P. Stitee, Idaho.
Denver and Return «61.36 via
the O. R. A N. Co.
Seventh Annual Convention Ep
worth League, Denver, Colorado,
July 6 to 9. Datee of sale Jane
30 and July 1. Grand Aerie Fra
ternal Order of Eagles, August 14
to 24. Dates of sale August 10,
11 and 12; return limit 30 days
from date of eale.
For further particulars call on
or write C. W. Mount, Gen. Agt.
O. R. & N. Co., Lewiston, Idaho.
The largest Stock, the latest in
design, and tbe lowest in price at
the new shop on Meadow street
near Vollmer & Scott's. It will cost
you nothing to look it over.
A. W. Robinson.
Leaves Stitee at 4:60 A. ' M.
daily, except Sunday; arrives
1 at 0: p. m.
Spokane at 2:20 p. m.
Train leaves Spokane at 9:30
a. m. and arrivée at Pot
latch Junction at 3:36 p. m.
Stitee et 6:46 p. m.
Connections at Potlatch
Jonction for Lewiston: Ar
rives at Lewiston from
Btites 9:10 a. m. From
Spokane, 4:20 p. a. Leave
Lewiston for Stitee at 1:45
p. m. For Spokane at 7:46
For further information call
on or address
E. R. CAWLEY,
Granoxvuxb, Idaho, or
. D. CHARLTON, A. G. P.A.
F. ▲. Campbell
Physician and Surgeon
Office: Bank of Carnal Prairie Building
Hour» 2 to 4 P. M.
Gh S. Stockton,
Physician and Surgeon
Office up<talr»;in Grabskl Building
Opposite Peat Office.
Dr. S. E. Bibby
Physician and Subgeon
Horn* 9 am. to 11 a.m. end 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Office et Orangeville Drug Store
C. T. McDonald
Will practice in all the Coarta ot Idaho an4
Office on State street
R. F. Fulton
Office«: Mein Street, Opposite Poet Office.
Porbete and Reel Betete Lew a Specialty.
Scales & Taylor
Practice« in all the court».
James E. Babb
Lewl.ton National Bank BuUdlni.
M. Reese Hattab&ngh
Office over Bank of Cam«« Prairie
W. A. Hall
Lawyer and Notary Public
— specialties — •
Prob«te b train es* and collection«.
▲11 law office paper« carefully drawn.
William A. Edwards
Ex-A«sl«tant Attorney Interior Department
References by perm ln« I on
Hon. Krank L. Campbell, Aast. Atty. Gen.
Hon. Hoke Smith, Ex-See. Interior.
B. T.'Brown, V. S.
Veterinary Denistry, and Pub
I am at tha services of the public at. all
times by day or night.
Remember my Phone 11-1 Lanninghan'a Barn.
w. o. w.
ORANGEVILLE CAMP NO. 206
Meet« Firat and Third Mondkya of each month
at I. O. 0. F. Hall.
R. H. Ambler, Clerk
B. D. Knorr. C. C.
Encampment I. O. O. F.
Camas Prairie No. 18.
Meets the Second and Fnnrth Saturdays at
I. O. o. F. hall at 9:00 P. M.
J. B. Whitk. Scribe.
W. D. OlLLKTT, C. P.
I. O. O. F.
Mt. Idaho Lodge No. 7.
Meet« every Saturday at their hall at 7:90 P. M.
G ko. M. Robertson, N. G.
E. I . Briscoe, Secy.
A. F. & A. M.
Mt. Idaho No. 9
vfMtt Saturday, on or before each full moon
at their hall, Granfreville, Idaho. Visiting
brother« cordially invited.
8. U. Hamill.
O. E. S.
Mountain Queen Chatter
Meat* at Maaonle hall on lat and 3rd Thura
day. of each month, vialllnr member, cor
dially Invited. Maa. Kliiaebth Wood, W. M.
Mb*. L. Day. Scot.
Horning Prayer every Sunday ; Evening Prayer
7:30, except 4th Sunday In the month; Sunday
School 10 a. m.
WILLARD H. ROUTS, Mlnleter
JEWELED AND OPTICIAN
All Watch Work Warranted
To Cure a Cold in One Day
TWe Laxative Bromo Quinine t«hha. <! c (kuJL
Sevan MBon bout saM la peal 13 montes« TU« tigMÉar«,
»r r»yTT M» TryTnnMOT>sao^>$*sMkk¥tf¥sseeM¥B^
n m rrr
W. E. GRAHAM
Only Licensed Embalmeria
Furniture and Undertaking
PAPER AND WINDOW SHADES
N* Chaff* hr Ti
Undertaker and Emhalmer
• Hearse and everything the latest in furnishings. Parlprs
on Main Street
Bank of Camas Prairie
CAPITAL and SURPLUS
Officers — F. W. Kettenbach, President; A. Freidenrich, Vlce-Pres
ident ; W. W. Brown, Cashier.
Directors — W. W. Brown, A. Freidenrich, Frank McGrane, Henry
Wax, F. W. Kettenbach, James Edwards.
Fireproof vault for safe keeping of customers papers and
valuables. A general banking business transacted. . . .
Interest paid on time deposits.
Wagon Making and
Skilled Workmen Employed
VOLLMER & SCOTT
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
and FARM IMPLEMENTS
Idaho County Title and
Bonded for $10,000.00
As Required By
Only Set of Abstract Books io Idaho County. Titles perfected..
Careful Conveyancing a Specialty.
GEO. M. REED, Manager.
I A.TalKing Idea!
° We will take away all your chances for »
complaint if you will take time to come in
and select the cloth for a new suit. We
know that good cloth alone will not make
good clothes, nor will the best trimmings. ,
Expert cutting and the best of workman
ship is also necessary. We are equipped
to give you this happy combination
Give me a call :: :: :: ::
A. BROWN, the Tailor |
Next door to Hotel Grangeville
W. A. Newman
Real Estate and Collections
If you have Property for Sale List
it with me. If you want to buy,
I can supply you.
N OTARY PUBLIC JUSTICE of the PEACE
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