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ORDER TO »HOW CAUSE.
In the Probate Court of Idaho
County, State of Idaho.
In the Matter of the Estate of Walter
8 . Brockman, deceased.
A. N. Dyer, the administrator of the
estate of Walter S. Brockman, deceased
having filed his petition herein pray
ing for order of sale of certain real
estate of decedent, set out in the said
jietition, to-wlt, the following described
real estate:
I »fs 1, 2, 3, 4, 13, 13, 14, 15, 10, 17,
is, 19, 20 and 21 , section 10 , and lots
20, 30, 31 and 32, section 3, township
32, N. U. 1, E. B. M., in Idaho County,
Idaho ;
NW14 of NWVi, WVj of SWV 4 . 8EV4
Lots 1 and 2. SV4
of SW' 14 , section
of NEV, and SHU section 2<i ; WU of
WVj "f NEU Section 35; NEU of
NWU, »'"* hds 5 and <1 section 30, Iwp.
83, N. R. 1, E. It. M., situated in Lewis |
and Idaho counties, Idaho; j
Also an undivided one-half interest'
in EU of SEU. EMi "f SWU. HEU " f I
NWU, section 13 KMi of NEU, SWU |
of NEU. NEU of NWU, section 24,1
twp. 211, N. It. 3, W. B. M., and lot« 3.
and 4 section IS, and lot 1, section lit.!
twp. 21), N. it. 2, W. It. M., In Idaho
county, Idaho;
For the purpose therein set forth, it
is hereby ordered l>y the said Court
that all person» interested in the estate
of said deceased appear before the
said Probate Court on the 11th day of
February, 1!)19, at ten o'clock, in the
forenoon of said day at the Court
Room of said Probate Court, at the
City of Orangeville,
Idaho, to show
should not lie granted to the said ad
ministrator to sell such real estate or
much of the said real estate of the
said decedent as shall la* necessary
Hud that a copy of this order is* pub
lished for four successive weeks prior
thereto in the "Orangeville Clots*," a
printed and published la
Idaho County,
•ause why an order
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liewspitih.')
said Cou. I tv of Idaho.
Dated January 0th, 1010.
WILBUR It. CAMPBELL,
Probate Judge
A. S. Hardy, Attorney for Adminis
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t rutor.
NOTIC E TO C REDITORS.
In the Probate Court, County of Idaho,
State of Idaho.
In the matter of the estate of William
A. Edgington, deceased.
Notice is hereby given, that letters
of Administration on the estate of Wil
liam Edgington, deceased, were granted
to the undersigned on the I 8 th day of
January, 11)11), by the Probate Court of
Idaho county.
All iiersons having claims against
said estate are required to exhibit them
to me for allowance nt (Jrangeville,
Idaho, within four months after the
date of the first publication of this
notice, or they shall lie forever barred.
Dated this 2.3rd dav of January, lülü
FRANK N. EDDINGTON,
Administrator,
it. AUGER, Attorney for administra
tor. <Jrangeville, Idaho.
First publication Jan. 2.3, 11)10.
Surety Bond»—A. W. Talklngton.
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BED ROOM SETS
Beautiful
Old Ivory and White Enamel
Sets on display at
LINGO'S
A Big Stock expected soon,
dainty for bedrooms.
to look at it.
There is nothing so
You are invited
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Exchange Your Old Furniture for New

TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD.
Twenty dollars reward for the re
covery of the following described (at
tic : One red yearling steer, one year
ling Holstein heifer, one cow, branded
7. on right rib. The cow may have calf
by side.
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BARRETT BROS
FOR SALE.
Seven tons of bound grain hay, lo
cated near Winona. Enquire of,
7-tf
ARNOLD BROS.
TAKEN UP.
A red and white spottixl cow about ;
throe years old came to my place
ulxiut. October 1st. No brand visible
Crop off of right enr, hole torn out of
left ear. Owner can have same by
| paying for feed and this notice,
j 15 . F.. Zehner,
(Jrangeville, Idaho, Neziieree phom
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NOTICE OF SALE,
The undersigned will sell on Tues
,|ny, M nr( .|, or, to , ll( , highest and
liest bidder for cash, the following
described pro|ierty which is now lo
oit*-(I on the New Years Placer mining
,.|„| I1IS n„ 1 and No. 2, situated in the
i>j X i«- Mining district:
Nine hundred feet hydraulic placer
j,j| H . u u«l one hydraulic No. 1 giant,
HOWARD POWELHON,
iM , LESLIE POWELHON.
NOTRE.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned will apply for a franchise to
oiierate a toll ferry across tile Salmon
river at a jioint about 300 yards west
erly from tilt* mouth of Wind river,
where it empties into the Salmon river,
in Idaho county, state of Idaho, at the
meeting of the Board of County Coin
misloners of Idaho county, to be held
February 10th, 1010, nt Orangeville,
Idaho.
Dated January 10. 101!).
J. C. WHITE,
Riggins, Idaho.
8-4t
C ALI. FOR WARRANTS.
All warrants issued by Union Ilide
pendent Highway district, Nos. 213 to
222 Inclusive, will he paid on presen
tation at the Grangcvllle Savings and
'I'rust t'o. hank. Interest will cease on
1'Vbruury 1), toil).
10 - 2 t
B. II DECK Hit. Treasurer.
FARMERS.
Solve the feed problem by raising
field |K*iiN on your Hummer fallow. 1
have the Canadian White iieas nt 8
c(*nts 11 er pound delivered lit Grange
>r Fenn. Place your order early
and receive |>eas any time to April 1st.
A. P. SCHNELL,
Route No. 3
in tf
FOR SALE.
Span of good geldings, 0 und 7 years
old, weight 1400 each. Sis* C. I,. Ker
bs*, < Jrangeville. 10-2t
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HELPS
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TOO FEW ARTISTIC ROADSIDES
In That Respect It Must Be Admitted
That the United States Is Far
Behind Europe.
The advantage and pleasure to be
derived from an artistic roadside seem
so apparent that it would appear un
necessary to comment on the mutter,
but when we travel about and see our
highways with their bordering Improve
merits we are forced to the conclusion
that the uppearanees are not sufficient
ly appreciated.
Streets of the usunl box-type of
clapboard houses may be found in nnd
about most of our cities. That they
are devoid of any artistic conception
is particularly proved when we con
trast them with the roadsides which
may be seen In charming variety
throughout the most progressive Euro
pean countries.
The awkward boxlike type shows a
Inck of thought beyond merely filling
out the physlonl requirements, where
as the European type shows a grace
ful treatment of the roof lines and
grouping of the chimneys.
In countries where the general sur
roundings are so artistic it become«
the natural habit to follow the preva
lent examples, so that the idea when
once started has a natural growth.
Architectural design may be artis
tically and economically applied to all
classps of buildings, notwithstanding
the general opinion that such thought
is only applicable to expensive con
struction. When we arrive at a prop
er appreciation of the artistic roadside
we will not hesltnte to insist on archi
tectural treatment of ail construction
work of whatever class.
Speed Up Good Roads.
"Speeding up construction of good
ronds is nu integral part of govern
ment war work. Efficient transporta
tion is necessary to reduce the mar
gin between producer nnd consumer."
—United States Food Administration.
Federal Aid for Roads.
The theory that federal-aid road
construction will not he sanctioned
during the war has been exploded by
the fact that the government has
fixed the price of cement for this
work.
Sand for sale at Chester Arnold's.
EASILY MADE RUSTIC SEAT
Limb of Felled Tree Quickly Coiv ;
verted Into U»eful and Ornament
al Addition to Yard.
It was merely as a matter of conven- j
lence that the largest limb of a tree i
which wus felled, was sawed off near- ,
the ground thnn were the two small- j
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; to Construct a Seat From Its Stump.
er branches,
However, this at once i y
suggested a seat, which was very eas- j
ily made. A piece of board was placed _
on the large stump and a simple hack
made of cross poles with vertical slats ; J
nailed to them, was fastened between 4*
the two smaller limbs. With the bark
removed and the surface coated with
a dull green paint the seat harmonizes
with the surroundings.—Popular Sci
ence Monthly.
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CARE ABOUT WATER TROUGHS
Puddle Around Watering Place Is Dis
agreeable to Sight and Smell
Also Breeds Files.
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ter Into the watering trough that it j ^
slops over and forms a puddle all ]
about the trough. Under the constant j
tramping of animals it Is not long be- ]
fore the surroundings assume the con
sistency of thin porridge. This is not I
only disagreeable to sight nnd smell
hut it shows slight consideration for
sanitation. Flies in large numbers
are to he seen about such a place. A
few hours later they may he Inspect
Ing the food on one's table. Be It re
membered that liquid filth Is always i
a source of more danger to human
henlth thnn where it Is hone dry.
Feed Little Pigs Separately.
As soon as the pigs will eat, which
Is usually at four or five weeks of age,
they should be fed separately from j
their dam.
Camp stoves of all kinds at Chester
Arnold's.
Smoke House
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NFWS DEPOT and BOWLING ALLEYS
CIGARS and TOBACCOS
[Columbia Graphophone« and Record«
HnhaerintlMis Taken for All Magazines and Periodicals at
Publisher«' Prices.
LEWISTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
A Modern Business Training School for young men and
Offers thorough course in SHORTHAND,
women
BOOKKEEPING, TYPEWRITING and all commercial
studies. Write for catalogue. Personal help to all students
LEWISTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, Lewiston, Idaho
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MAT'S PLACE, Distributor
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CITY MEAT MARKET
JOHN CALLAN, Proprietor
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FRESH AND CURED MEATS, FISH, POULTRY
SEE US BEFORE SELLING YOUR HIDES
The best of everything in our line constantly on hand.
Garber Building, Main Street.
Pacific Phone 141
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Inland Abstract & Trust Co., Ltd.
R. F. FULTON, Mnuiger
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
REAL ESTATE LOANS
CONVEYANCING
ORANGEVILLE, IDAHO
Physicians and Surgeons
DR. G. S. STOCKTON
Physician and Surgeon
Scales Block, Orangeville, Idaho
DR. P. J. SCALLON
Physician and Surgeon
office in G. S. A T. Co. Block
Osteopath
DR. JOHN SIMONS
Osteopathic Physician
of Osten
Suite 104-100
• Jradimte American
path;., Kirksville,
Wilks
Sei .I
Mo.
Block, (Jrangeville.
Acute and Chronic
hours: !) to 12
otherwise by ji]>)m lint meat.
treat
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Office!
iliseusi
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4» I». Ill
Dentists
DR. J. D. POWELL
Dentist
AlU'ii Block, (Jrangeville, Idaho
Attorneys
A. S. HARDY
Attorney-at-Law
1 Practices
in all the Courts,
over First National Bank
1«. REESE HÄTTABAUGH
Attorney-at-Law
Nill Practice in all Courts of Idaho.
v Office in Scales Block
Offices
E. M. GRIFFITH
Attorney-at-Law
1 K, f,>n<ls to aU < v »>rtN of Idaho
nnd Washington. Office ()V ,.r First Na
tional Bank, Grangeville, Idaho

Secret Orders
w. 0 . w.
Grangeville Camp No. 206
Meets First and Third Monday of euch
R. II. AMBLEIt, Clerk.
J. W. KRESCH. C. C.
K II AMBLER. Clerk.
I. 0. 0. F.
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Mt. Idaho Lodge No.7
Meets
every Saturday night ill *
Visiting Odd Fellows always
welcome. Pacific phone 1013.
NHPHl ALDRICH. N <
J. N. OLIVER, it. 1-ding Secretary
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Camas Prairie Encampment
No. 18
Meets second and fourth Saturdays "•
each month at 1. o. o. F. Hall.
W. S. JACKSON, c
U ROTHWELL. Scribe.
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WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT
Idaho Circle No. 160
M'mts at I. O. o. F. Hall the second
and fourth Mondays of each month.
MINNIE STEPHENS, <J N
LENA MARKHAM, Clerk
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KNIGHTS OF PYTIHAS
Buffalo Hump Lodge No. 30
Meets each ..lay nt Isxlge Room* I»
Sclimadeka Hall.
HAROLD HARRIS, C C.
B AUG1ÇR, K. of It. und S.
F. 0. E.
Grangeville Aerie No. 539
Meets every Friday at 8 p. ra. Visiting
Brothers an* always welcome.
THOMAS THOMPSON. W P
H ROTHWELL, Secretary.

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