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Churches, Secret Societies, Etc.
PrRSBYTEKIAN' CHUKCII
Foster, pastor. Services ev
at 11 a* m., ttn d 7:30 p
sohool at 12 in.
-Rev. A. 8.
ry Sabbath
m. Hunday ;
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Church of St. Stanislaus — (Cath- ■
©lie) Rev. J. X. Guiih, pastor. Mass on
©very Sunday at 10 a. in,, Hunday school
at 2 p. m., vespers ut 7 p. m.
" Church of the Nativity—.1. 1).
McConkey, rector. Services every Sun
day morning at 11 a. in., Sunday school
at 12 m. Sunday evening services at 7:30
M. E. Church — Rev. L. J. Wlilt
©omb preaches in the M. E. church of
this city every Sunday at 11 a. ni. and
at 8 p. m. Sunday school at the church
•very Sunday at 12 in. All are invited.
Lewiston Lodge, No. h, I. o. o. F.
_Regular meeting Tuesday evening.
Members of other lodges invited to at
tend. J. H. Gaut, N. G.; J M.
Howe, R. S.
Clearwater Encampment No. 7,
I. O. O. F. —Meets the first and third
Thursday of each month at Odd Fel-j
l©ws Hall, in Glass' Block. D. S. Dent
C. P.; R. P- Mudge, Scribe.
Alpha Lodge, No. 1, D. of R., I. O.
O. F.—Meet every Friday evening at
Odd Fellows hall. Visiting memliers
made welcome. Mrs. S. A. ltowley, N.
G.; Miss Mittie Wiggln, Secretary.
G. A. R. Post, No. 2—Meets the last
Mondav evening of each month, at th ir
hall. All comrades are invited to at
tend. J. L. Richard, Post Command
er; H. Perrault, Adjutant.
N E7. Perce Lodge, No. 10 , A. F. &
A. M.—Regular communications arc
held at Masonic Hall on the second Sat
urday In each month. Sojourning
brothers are cordially invited.' 1). M.
White, W. M.; J. D. Met ,'onkey, Hee'v.
Lewiston Chapter, No. 4, It. A.
M. —Royal Arch Masons meet in
the Masonic Hall on the fourth
Saturday of every month at 8 p. in. So
journing companions in good standing
are always welcome. ( P. ( loburn, H.
P.; J. D. McConkey, Secretary.
Rainbow Council, No. 1, O. C. F.—
Order of Chosen Friends meets in Ma
sonic Hall on the second and fourth
Monday evenings of each month. J.
D. McConkey, Counselor; Mrs. N. \V.
Brearley, Secretary.
Excelsior Lodge, No. 27, K. of P.—
Meets every Wednesday at Masonic
Hall, Lewiston, Idaho, at 8 p. m. So
journing mendiers in good standing are
invited toatteud. D. S. Dent, C. C.; J.
D. McConkey, Secretary.
Clearwater Lodge No. 11, A. O.
U. W. —Meets in the Masonic Hall the
first and second Thursday of each month
at 8 o'clock, p. m. All visiting brethren
good standing will receive a cordial
feome. C. C. Bunnell, M. W.; W.
W. Brown. Recorder.
In go
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City Council.— Meets llrst Monday
evening of each moutii at 8 o'clock. I).
M. White, Mayor; J. M. Howe, Clerk
Board of Trade.— Meets every sec
ond and fourth Monday evenings of
each month, at city council room, at.
7:30. N, W. Brearley, Pres.; J. M.
Howe, Secretary.
General News.
The population of the United States,
as showrt by the census bulletin just
issued, is $62,470,540..
The oldest man in the world is prob
ably Osman, of Cavallovit, Turkey.
He has lived 160 years and has docu
ments to prove it. He is an Arabian
widower and is supported by a small
pension from the sultan.
The largest patriotic contribution
made by one man to the union army is
thought to have been made by Charles
Brandon, of Moundsville, W. Va.,
who sent seventeen sons outof a family
of thirty-five children, all sons.
One of the most terrible ocean dis
asters on record occurred last Friday.
The Spanish steamship Vlzcayo was
run Into by the American schooner
Cornelius Hargraves, and both vessels
were sunk. It is estimated that nearly
one hundred persons lost their lives.
The eorner stone of the great temple
being built by the National Woman's
Christian Temperance Union at t'hi
cago, was laid Nov. 1 with appropriate
ceremonies. The building will be of
granite, fifteen stories high, and is ex
pected to cost $1,100,000. Francis Wil
lard delivered the principal address.
A syndicate of capitalists, headed by
C. A. Bonynge, of Ban Francisco, has
been formed whosq object is to build a
new cable across the Atlautic. The
cable Is to be laid down from Valeniine
Bay, on the west coast of Ireland, to a
point on the American coast as near
New York as possible. The company
will build and own its own wires from
New York to Chicago, Ht. Louis, Bos
ton and Philadelphia.
On a small cot in the village of
Whitehall, Lehigh county, lies Mrs.
Adam Wuchter, slowly dying for want
of nourishment, although her abstin
snoe from food is not voluntary. Her
existence without food 218 days is won
derful. She is 48 years old and the
mother of three children. Formerly
she was exceptionally strong and
robust, and until attacked by a disease
whioh deprived her of the power of
mastication, has always enjoyed good
health. Despite her weakened con
dition she was able to speak in audible
tones, and In answer to a question
said: "I have given up the hope of
—oovery, * n d f æ i reconciled to my
fhte." She utterly despairs of recover
ing, Lut the physician has strong hopes
he said, of improvement.
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The public debt statement for Osto-
ber: Aggregate of interest-bearing
, exclusive of United States bonds
issued to Pacific railroads, $032,283,300;
délit on which interest ceased since
maturity, 81,108,035; aggregate of debt
beating no interest, including national
bank fund deposits in treasury under
act of July 14, 1890, $408,444,582; aggre
gate of certificates und notes offset by
cash in treasury, $506,185,043; aggre
gate of «lebt, including certificates and
notes, Oct. 81, 1890, $1,548,621,600; de
crease bonded debt during month, $7,
<156,922; total cash in treasury, $681,317
480; debt less cash in treasury Get. 31,
1890, $860,305,120; debt less cash in
treasury Sept. 30, 1890, $860,973,132; net
decrease debt during month, $3,
608,012.
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LEWISTON, IDAHO.
Farm and town property bought and
sold on commission. Office on Main St
L. L. STRONG,
UNDERTAKER,
Lewiston, Idaho.
Coffins and Caskets delivered on short
notice and at reasonable prices.
M. H. Sprague,
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Lewislon, Idaho.
Summons.
In the District Court of the First Judicial
Dirlrict of Idaho Mate in and for the Count;
oi Nez Per e.
Frances L, Keiner Plaintiff, vs. Frederick T.
Keiner, Defendent.
To Frederick T. Keiner, the above-named
Defendent:
The pe -pie of the United States in the Stat«
of Idaho send greeting:
You are hereby no'ified that there is now
on file in the office of the Clerk of the District
Court of the First Judicial District of said
8tate. in Lewiston, County of Net Perce, the
complaint of the ahove-nnined Plaintiff where
in Judgment is demanded against you for a
divorce from the bonds of matrimony between
you and the eaid Plaintiff and tor the allow
ance of a reasonable sum to defray tbe ex
penses of this action and for counsel fees, and
for such other and further relief as may be just
and right And you arenlso notified that unless
yon appear and answer to said complaint
within ten days Rfter the service hereof,
served within Nes Peree County, ana within
twenty days, if served out uf said county bat
it bin this Judicial District, and within
forty days if served out of this district—exclu
sive of tbe day of service—the plaintiff wil
take a default judgment against you and
mand the relief prayed for in the prayer of
■aid complaint.
GIVEN under ray hand and the seal of the
District Court of tbe First Judicial
L S Distriet of Idaho State in and for
Nex Perce County, this 12th day of
November, A. D.. 18Ç.0
F H. Gainnson, Clark.
Iîy J. H. Hews, Deputy.
7 6 J. W. Kam. Attorney fer Plaintiff.
NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF.
GEORGE SIGLER— Pre- D. 8. No 3905
To Charlei Conrad and all otheri.
Land Office at Lewiston. Idaho,
Ootober 13,1890
KTotico ia hereby given that the following
i v named aettler has Hied notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in snpportof his claim
und that said proof will be made before U. S.
Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, on November
27,1090, vis: George Siglar for the lot 4 eel
swj sec 30 and lot l, 2 see 31 twp 32 n r 1
B M.
He names the following witnesses to prova
his ooutinuoua residence upon and enltivation
of, laid land, vix:
Harry Payne, Michael Steger, Albert L
Thorne, Jules Dravignei, Jll of Mason. Idaho.
C.M. DAY,
3 Ragiatar.
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Notice to Creditor*.
Estate of August Bensoa, deceased.
Notice ia hereby given by tbe undersigned,
Executrix ef the Estate of August Benson
deoeased, to the eieditors of and all persons
having elaime against said deceased to ex
hibit them with the neoestary vouchers
within tan m ntbs after the first publication of
this notice to the said Executrix, at her
rati tense on Third etreet. between B nnd
streets, in the City of Lewiston, State of
Ideho. or to Rnnd A Howo nt their Inw office
on K street, opposite the First National Bank
of LowDton. Annin K. Binnen,
Executrix of the Bitot# ni Angnet
Benton, doonnend
Lewiston, Idaho, Ootober 28, 189*.
Rand A Hews, Attorneys for Bstostrix.
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of children and, alas, of people who other
wise are healthy? What causes it? Bad
Blood. The thought is terrible; the
trouble is worse. No ordinary help can
remove it. It requires something un
usual. Do not take cheap sarsaparillas
or blood purifiers. You must have some
thing that has proven its power in both
Europe and America. General Wheat
croft Nelson, of London, says: "My
experience in the English army, as well
as m America, convinces me that nothing
so thoroughly purifies the blood, or adds
to the health, vigor and life, as Dr.
Acker's English Blood Elixir."
This grand Elixir is sold by druggists
in all parts of America. It is a good,
pure, honest medicine. Try it to-day.
For sale by J. Q. Moxley, Lewiston.
NOTICE FUK PRE-EMPTION PROOi.
GEORGE W. ANDEKSON-Pre. D S No 425*«
land office at
Lewiston, Idaho, November 1,
N 'OTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 1 III
following named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in support of
his claim and that said proof will he made
before U. S. Land office at Lewiston. Idaho,
on December Id« 18;H), vU: George VV
Anderson for the sw *4 110*4 w^4 se*4 se *4 so Vi
see 33 twp 33 n r 3 w B M.
lit names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous resilience upon and cultiva: ion
of. said land, vi*:
Irving L. Palmer, John M. Kincaid, Pen
jam in F, Kirch, Daniel Slavtn, ail of Mason,
Idaho.
C. M. DAY,
G Register.
NOTICE FOR PRE-EMPTION PROOF.
STONEWALL J CRAIG-Pre. D. S. No 30*20
Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho.
October 13. 1*90
N oiice is hereby given that the following
named settler bus filed notice of his in
tention to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before
U. S. Land Office, at Lewiston, Idaho, on
November 27 1*4)0, viz: Stonewall J. Craig
»or the lot 1 see 1 bits 2, 3 and dw *4 üw ^4 sec
12 twp 32 n r 2 w B M.
He names the fallow
his continuous residence
of, said land, viz:
Albert L. Thorne, Ei
William R. Gibbs, Frank T. {Stephen
uson, Idaho.
C. M. DAY,
3 Register,
ng witnesses to prove
upon and cultivation
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Alias Summons.
Htate of Idaho, j
iss.
County of Nez Perce. J
Id the Frühste Court of Nei Perco County.
Tho First National bank, of Le-viston, Idaho,
a corportirn, Plaintiff, vs. John llolway
and George Jones, Defendants.
To John llolway und Georgo Jonos,
In the name of the people of the United
Mates in the State of Idaho.
You are hereby notified that there is now on
file in the office of the Probate Court of the
county of Ncx Perce, at Lewiston, in the
State of fiiaho, the complaint of the First
National Bank, of Lewiston, Idaho, deniand
ng of you the sum of Two Hundred and
Fifty-eight dollars with interest thereon at
the rate of one and one half per cent per
month nnd $20 as attorney fees, ti gether with
costs ui this action upon the following causes
uf action, to-wit: One oertain promissory
note hearing date of August 11, 1890, exe
cuted and delivered for value by you to the
First National Hank of Lewiston for the sum
of $251) bearing interest at one and one half
per oeut per month from date until paid,
falling due two months after its date without
grace, providing for an a'torney fee of $20.00;
past due and entirely unpaid, payable in gold
dn of the United Statt s, and you are also
notified that unless you appear an I answer to
said complaint on Friday the 2nd day of
January, 1891, at lOo'clork in the forenoon,
tbe plaintiff' «fill take a default nnd judgement
against you in tbe sum of $278*75 and costs.
G IVKN under my hand and the saal of tbe
Probate Court of Nei Perce County,
f L Sj State of Idaho, this 22nd day ef
October, A. D., 1890.
W. M. BICE, Clerk.
E. O.O'NaiLL, Attorney for Plaintiff 4
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Notice of Foreclosure Sale.
The First Netiunel Bank of Lewiston. Idaho,
a corporation, vs W. A. Smith and
Mary W. Smith.
Order of Sale and Decree of Foreclosure and
Sale.
Under end by virtue of an order of sale and
deoree of foreclosure and isle, isrnod ont ef
tbe Distriet Court of the First Jodieit! Distriot
in and for the oonnty of Nes Peree, and State
of Idaho, on the 9th day of Ootober, A. D.,
1890, in the above entitled action, wherein
The Firet National Bank of I.ewiston. Ideho,
a corporation, the above named plaintiff, oh
tained a judgemnt and deoree of foreclosure
and tale against W, A. Smith and Mary W
Smith, defendants, on tbe 9th day of Oetober,
A, D„ 1890. for the sum of One Thousand
Four Hundred end Sixty-three ($1,463)
Dollars, in United States gold coin, besides
interest, emta and oounsel fees. Twenty-one
Dollar* [$21.00], which said decree was, on
the9th day of Ootober, A. D., 1890, recorded
in judgment bo k D nt pnge 170, I am eom*
mended to tell »II the eertnin lot, pleoe or par*
eels of land, sitnated, lying and being in the
said county ef Nei Parse, State ef Idaho, and
bounded and described as follows:
Lot Six and the south half of the southeast
quarter ef Section Twenty five Township
Thirty-Six North Rungs Five W B M and Lot
Three of Section Thirty T ownihip Thirty-six
North Raago Four W B M. containing One
Hundred and Fifty-one and 80 100 seras, sit,
oated in Net Pares County. Idaho.
Publie notice 1« ereby given that on Thor»
day. tbe 20th day of November, A. D.. 1890.
at one o'clock P. X. of that day, ia front of
the eonrt honen door of tho opunty of Nes
Parse. I will, in obedienee to nnd order of aale
and decree of foreclosure and sals, aell the
above described property or ao mooh thereof as
■ay ha nee«ssary to satisfy said judgment
with internat and coats, ate.,to the highest and
boat bidder, for go'd ooia. of the U sited fc tatet
Dated-October 23rd. 18*0
. L. STANNUS, Sheriff.
Summons.
In the Justice's Court of GoHrinifh
Precinct, of the County of Ne* Perçu, Idaho.
>enry Prehn, Plaintiff, Ole Prang,
beiendaut.
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the above -named j
Said action is i>:
against y u for
75-10%i Dupntfi on a contract tor work and
labor done nnd performed by the said plain*
tiff for y u. h- m- re fullv appear» by the com
plaint on file her» in to which * mi »»re referred,
or judgment vs ill ho taken agaiuM y* u t r the
said amount, c iiretbcr with e *s*a of th's suit
it you f il to appear and answer
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Novetnbor, lS'-U.
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Stele of Idaho,
County of Nez Fere
In the Probate Court of Nez Perce County,
"täte of Idaho.
The First National Bank of Lewiston, Idaho,
n corporation. Plaintiff', vs John llo)way,
Defendant.
To John Un) way :
In the name of the people of the United
States, in theStnteof Idaho.
You are hereby notified that there is now on
file in office of the Probate Court of the county
of Ne* Perce, at Lewiston, in the Mate of
Idaho, the complaint of the First National
Bank of Lewistou, Idaho, demanding of you
the sum of Or,e Hundred and Forty-three
and 25 100 dollars with interest on $118.57 at
»he rate of one an I one-half per cent per
month including $20 as attorney fees, together
with costs of this action upon the following
causes of action, to-wit: 1st, One certain joint
and several promissory note of date of Oot,
2G, 188V*. for value, executed and delivered by
y* u and one John ID-lway, Jr., to J P.
Vollmer A Co. and by them ot.dorsed over and
delivered to Plaintiff, the present owner and
holder thereof, und falling due on April 20,
1890. on which there is now due $ilff ML piin
cipal and interest, and $10 attorney Ice
2nd, A certain promissoiy note of tint - of
April24th. *890« due five months atter »lute,
executed and delivered by you to J. P, Voll
mer A On, and bv them endorsed over and de
livered to the Plaintiff, the present owner
and holder, on which there is duo in principal
and interest $57*40, and Iff Off attorney lee,
And you are also notified that unless you
appear and answer to said complaint on
Friday, the second day of January, 1891- at
10 o'clock u ui, the plaintiff will take a de
fault and judgement against y ou in the sum
of $143 45 and costa.
GIVEN under my bond and the poal of the
Probate Court of Ne* Perce County,
[L 8] State of Idaho, this 22nd day of October
A 1), 189«.
W. M RICE, Clerk,
E. 0'Nkill, Attorney for Plaintiff*, 4
NOTICE FOR PREEMPTION PROOF
ALBERT L. THORNE—Pre. D. 8. No. 369«
Laud Olfiro at Lewiston, Idaho,
October 13, 1890.
■ 'otico it hereby given that the following
nutned settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support oi his
claim, and that said proof will be made before
U. 8. Land Office at Lowistnn, Idaho, on
November 27, 1890, vix: Albert L. Thorne
for tbe «* nwj nei sw] swj nei seo 14 Twp 32
n r 2 w B M.
He names the fallowing witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of,said land, viz:
Htoncwnll J. Craig, Alhert A. Walker,
Emulous C. Chapman, William P. Gibbs, all
of Mason, Idaho.
C. M. DAY.
3 Register.
Notice for pre-emption proof.
JOHN L. FLORIN—Pro D S No 3953.
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston, Idaho, Oot. 18, 1890.
N 'otioe ia hereby given that tbe following
named settler has filed notice of bis in -
tention to make final proof in eupp rt ofhia
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore U. 8. Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, on
December 6,1890, vix: John L. Florin for
the eVfc ne *4 sec 12 and et« se 't sec 1 twp 37
n r 3 e B M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz:
John Walls, John Depay, Christens
Anderson, Blasdell M. Hogers, all of Glen,
Idaho.
C. M. DAY,
4 Register.
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Summons.
In the Justice's Court of Goldsmith
Precinct of the County of Ne* Perec, Idaho,
lleituau Menke, Plaintiff, v*. Ole Frand
Defendant.
do of the United States in Idaho
ng to Ole Prang, the aboved-named
hereby summoned to app ar before
••it ce in Goldsmith precinct, in the
Ne* Perce, Idaho, within twenty
s after «lie service on you 01' this
in an notion brought against you
aintiif to answer the complaint of
named plaintiff.
ion is bn ught to recover judgment
u for the sum of Forty eight and
7 «'*-100 Dollar» mi a contract for work and
labor done and performed by the said plaintiff
for you, ns morn ful'ty a* peurs by the com
plaint on tile herein to which you are referred,
or judgment will be taken against you forth?
s.»id amount, together with c ats of this suit if
you fail to appear and answer«
GIVEN under iny hand this 3rd day of
November, 1&1U,
A. ScnuLTHEIB.
7 4 A Justice of the Peace for .«aid Precinct.
Alias Summons.
District Court of the First Judicial
of Idaho State, in and for the County
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District
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Norman Buck, Pla ; ntiff, vs. A. Ouacker.hush,
Lotti-P. Uunokenbush D. M. Osborn A
o., .1. R Ur..(.by und Julius Van Wort,
Defendants
To A. Ijuackenbush, Lottie P. Quachenbush.
D M. Osburn A Co., J. R. Uropby unu Jnlius
Van Wort:
The people of the United States in the State
of Idaho S"nd greeting:
You arc hereby notified that there is now
on file in the office of the Clerk of the Distriet
Court of the hirst Judicial Distriot of said
Stute, in i.ewiston, County of Nex Perce, the
complaint of the above named Plaintiff where
in Judgment is demandni against you for tho
sum of I wo Hundred and Fifty Dollars with
interest thereon frum and after January 1st,
1886, «t tlie rate uf twelve per cent per annum
with Twenty-five Dollars nltorneys fees, as
more fully apt ears in the complaint herein
filed, being ttie amount due on a certain mort
gage made and executed on the 1st day of
January, 1886. by the Defendants. A. Quack
enbush and Lottie I'. Qua. kenhnsh, to one
E. Quackenhush and hv said E. Quaekenbush
sold and transferred to one W. S. Buck by an
I assignment dated May 29, 1888; said mortgage
I w is sold and transferred by mid W. S. Buck
! n the 1 Itl. day of August. 1890, to Normsn
i Buck Plaintiff herein, and that a decree
isnie from this court as is customary herein.
Ami you are also notified that unless
you appear and answer to said complaint
within ten days after the service hereof, if
served within Nex Perce County, and within
twenty days, if served out of said oounty but
within said judicial district, and within
forty days if servi d out of said distriot (exclu
sive oi the day of service) the plaintiff will
take a default and ask the Court for Judg
ment against you for the said sum of Two
Hundred and Kitty Dollars |$'.'50] with inter
est and for $_5 <X> attorneys fees, and such
other relie' ns to tho Court may srem just.
GIVEN under my hand and the seal of the
Distriot Court of tbe First Judicial
[L. S.J Diatrot of Idaho 8 ate in and for
Nei Perce County, this 28th day of
Ootober, A. D.. 1890.
5 F. il. Griirrox, Clerk,
By J. noward Howe. Deputy.
Norman Buck, Attorney for Plaintiff.
T.
NOTICE FOR PRE EMPTION PROOF.
MICHAEL STEGER—Pre. D. S. No 3G29.
LAND OFFICE AT
Lewiston, Idaho, Ootober 13. 1890
N otice is hereby given that the
following named settler has filed notieeof
his intention to make final prouf in aupport of
his claim, and that said proof will be made
before U. S. Land Office, at Lewiston, Idaho,
on November 26, 1899, vix* Michxel Steger
fur the lots 3, 4 and e»iswlsco31 twp 32
n r 1 w B M,
He names tho following witnesses to prove
his continu. ms residence upon and enltivation
of, snid land, vix:
William E. Cooper, J, M. Cooper, C. N.
Chase, Georgo Sigler, all of Mason, Idaho.
C. M. DAY,
3 Register.
Notice to Creditor*.
Estate ef Alexander McGregor, deceased.
Notice ia hereby given by the undersigned
the exeontora of tho lest will sod testament
of Alexander McGregor, deceased, to the
creditors of and all persous having claims
against the seid deceased to exhibit them
with the necessary vouchers within ten months
nfter the first publication of this notice to the
said executors at the office of George Glass,
in the City of Lewiston. Nes Pcroe County,
Idaho, tbe atme being tbe plaee for tbe trane
suctiou of the business of said estate.
Jamcs M. McGaeooa,
Gsorsb Glass.
Executors of the last will and tastamsnt of
Alexander McGregor, deoeased.
Dated. Ootober 26, 1890, 4-it
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