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«lint tt glorious here?" she n rislmed when the welter had taken fl,elr ordere. «Do you think so7" he replied. "It's perfectly lovely. Everything Is 'in such beautiful harmony—the foun to ln, the trees, the swaying lanterns, Hie muste—everything Is Ideal. It's like Fairyland." «I'm glad you like It." «I'm simply enchanted. Doesn't It make you feel as If you had stepped out of the everyday world Into some thing strange and new?" "Not a bit." »What's the matter? You don't seem to be enjoying yourself." PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm with the intention of spending the winter elsewhere, will sell at Public Auction, 41-2 miles north from Grangeville, on what is known as the old Morrow place, commencing at 10 o'clock, on THURSDAY. OCTOBER K). I9B The following described property HEAD OF HORSES 11 11 Bjk l roan gelding, 8 years old, weight 1350 ™ 1 brown gelding, 7 years old, weight 1150 1 bay gelding, 5 years old, weight 1450 1 brown mare, 7 years old, weight 1200 for 2 yearling fillies 1 bay gelding, 5 years old, weight 1250 1 brown mare, 5 years old, weight 1250 1 brown mare, 7 years old, weight 1200 1 brown mare, 8 years old, weight 1200 1 sorrel gelding, 3 years old, weight 1150 -I V > 42 HEAD OF CATTLE 42 18 spring calves 12 steers; 9 heifers 3 milk cows 21 yearlings FARM MACHINERY AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS 4 or 5 dozen Plymouth Rock 1 stand table 3 locking chairs 1 8-foot Van Brandt drill 1 Spokane fanning mill 3 wagons 1 set lead harness 1 set plow harness 2 sets breeching harness 15 tons grain hay 15 tons alfalfa hay 8 cords 16-inch wood 1 new 9-foot McCormick Com bine—must bring reason able price 1 8-foot McCormick binder 1 5-foot Deering mower 1 7-foot double disc cutaway 1 4-section steel harrow 1 14-inch 3-bottom gang plow 1 12-inch gang plow 9 chickens—dandies 1 Grand Universal cook stove 6 dining chairs 1 kitchen cupboard 1 Howard heater 2 bedsteads, springs and mat- 1 5-gallon churn 1 washing machine 3 or 4 dozen fruit jars Cooking utensils and many ar ticles too numerous to list resses 1 child's bed 1 dresser 1 lounge LUNCH SERVED BY THE RED CROSS TERMS—All sums of $20.00 and under, cash in hand; on sums over that amount 12 months time will be given on approved bankable notes bearing 10 per cent interest. No property to be removed until settled for OSCAR R. CHASE Owner I. E. ZUVER BANK OF CAMAS PRAIRIE, By L. M. Harris, Clerk Auctioneer bl« nv»r - 5 *i l 1°® u ? 1 ? **' tell bv his lnnka Th.* »,* • ' an< * 1 how I can Mffnrri t Ki ** woa derlng DhTca Hk« SS? n ° W Z'* at * uy on ewg. ai p » - _ Tn o ' stories. Rl . * . _ e recently published the Bishop of Stepney tells some amusing «IL* 8 « i he ^ ehttvlor of P° or People raid« 6 * S * n ° f L ° nd0n durlng the ' of 0 mod W e? m dlf,r„ e " ln f 'l 6 bl * b,<K * thor) said to me "Vm WT m 9 2fl beinuHe -n w! ' An« tr V **'™ ar f c ° ntr,te — e rrame of mind, only she meant concrete. Another woman, a riverside dweller, who caught sight of a Zeppelin when ehe was out In her back yard In one <* «>* ««•»«* ra«d«. ««Id: "So T runs Into me kitchen, and in a minute or two I looks out at the front door, and blest If It wasn't waiting for me there. I don't call It natural."—Pearson's Weekly. - I Law on Pulling Down Trousers Leg. ; It Is hard to believe that a man who I «« would spend half a minute, or seven seconds, In pulling down one of « P alr ° f tnamn. But we can not say as matter of law that If he was sober he did not do so. What we <jo s , tv . however. Is that when a man bas at least the whole highway, Includ ln g a sidewalk devoted to foot passen * ers alone, to choose from, It Is not the «« of a prudent man who wants to Pull down one leg of his trousers to «"'cot n street railway track eight sec 0,, ds around and away from a corner from which an electric car may emerge nt any moment, and to stoop over to pull down his trousers without again ,ook,n K up until he Is run over.—See i ?. nrdnn vs - ° ,d Colony «. R- Co., 188 Mass. 124.—Law Notes. ^ The Situation. Though a prophet rose from the be never could have persuaded the th Ird George of England that un 'jeju^Muiami-tsoj ojuw.'s—-junoc I Bug aqj jb sunn <»qj aSpnf oj ej.iq iiuo aja* snjBj»8|sia II qv MajaaoS 1 aqj joj bjoaos ajooi Suiqjon Meuq aq ; pus 9U1VJ0 )hbo[ am joj q.mra ooi auou as m H iBq) papdoj 'sajnjBis am jo uo|V>bjju| aj a.\a joj .<nmi.nl aqj qjuop • apsm puq oq Xq.w paqsn u.iq.w 'tmaqiv jo jaApUtRi 4SJU aqj 'sn)iM)Hpi| ( | -snjBJjaiaid a joj »Duo-| IBUdBO Bqadox ! — M 'uo|)og unqi jo8ubjjb a jo ajout uaijo b| qitu)„ 'Xus O) paun xpiaoq a | uqof pio ay 'um s.agjoao PJI'll eqi jo spuuq aq) }« uo|janjjsap mojj puiq -lug babb piiiOM uo)8uiqsu.\\ aftjoaf) io uoilBU am agjoao qiJU aq) jai> Insects That Have f'ood Value. Among Insects which have been and are considered of gastronomic value are caterpillars, moths, a favorite In some parts of Africa ; the pupae of the silkworm In China ; ants, alive and roasted, are appreciated In Burmah, as well as by the Indians of North and South America, while It Is said the lumbermen of Maine enjoy an occa sional meal of large wood ants. The beetle Is eaten In the Nile valley, In Turkey, Lombardy, Java, Peru, and la said to be nutritious and fattening. In Central America the eggs of three aquatic bugs are made Into little cukes and eaten. Mexicans make a strong drink by infusing a tiger beetle In alcohol. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 1 iiai the nominee ou the Republican ticket for the ottlco of sheriff of Idaho county ami respectfully solicit the sup |M>rt of the voters at the general elee Mon on November 5th. I have made my home in this county for thirty years, most of which has been devoted to farming. W. E. REED, White Bird, Idaho. Having been placed on the Demo cratic ticket as the nominee for sheriff of Idaho county, 1 desire the vote of the people at the polls In the general election on Novemlier 5th. Be ing so well known in the county I deem It unnecessary to speak of my uualiflcatlauB. WILLIAM ELLER, Cottonwood. Idaho. I wish to remind my many frlenda and voters of the county in general, that 1 have l>ecn nominated on the Re imldlcnn ticket for the office of repra scntntlve, and respectfully solicit their consideration nt the general election on Novemlier 5th. SETD D. JONES, White Bird, Idaho. Having received the nomination for tlio office of county commissioner on the Republican ticket, I desire the con i sidération of the voters at the polls at the general election on Novemlier 5tlt. ' A true business administration Is ! promised the taxpayers of the county j if elected. Am one of the pioneers; : a<k your neighbor. EDWARD S. VINCENT, White Bird, Idaho. I have Itoen renominated on the Re publican ticket for the office of county commissioner, and In soliciting your support nt the coming election on No vember 5th, desire to point to my rec ord ns a public officer. JOHN D. LONG, Grangeville, Idaho. 1 come liefore the t »copie as the nom inee on the Democratic ticket for the the office of county treasurer. I wish and earnestly solicit the support of the lieople at the polls on November 5th. OTIE L. CONE. Grangeville, Idaho. Having been tendered the nomina tion for the office of representative on the Republican ticket, the suffrage of tin* lieople Is most earnestly solicited at the polls In the November election. EDWIN NELSON, Grangeville, Idaho. : The office of county treasurer is AD j important one to the taxpeyers of the 1 county. I have been selected by the ■ Republican voters as the nominee for this rpH|K»nsil>le position and If elected ( "an promise the taxpayers a business like administration. EDWARD BLAKE, Cottonwood, Idaho. ■ As the nominee for county commis sioner on the Republican ticket, I re ! sportfully solicit the support of the ; voters of the county at the general I election on Novemlier 5th. During the 1 ast two years as a member of the board my vote has been for the beat j interests of the comityo n all matters. DALE CLARK, Kooskla, Idaho. $100 Reward, $100 The readers of this papi r will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure tn all Its stages and that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Sur faces of the System thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving ths patient strength by building up the coB ! stitution and assisting nature In doing Its I work. The proprietors have so much faith in the curative powers of Hall's Catarrh Medicine thnt they offer One I Hundred Dollars for any ease that tt falls I to cure Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & ''O.. ToledOk Ohio. Sold by all Diugglst. 75c. IRii » ThraMun a Machinery Oil I tt war. »■>»■! llL Dr. W. S. Jackson EYESIGHT SPECIALIST Practice devoted exclusive ly to the Eyes and the rela tion of their defects to hu man ills. Pacific phone 1111 —Nea Perce Phone 4838. Office:—Right Drag Store