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IDAHO COUNTY FREE PRESS
$3.00 PER YEAR.
GRANGEVILLE, IDAHO CO., IDAHO. FRIDAY, AUGUST 1805.
YOL. 10. NO. 10.
great MORE-ROOM SALE !
We must have room for our Fall aud
Winter stock now in transit. In order to
get it, we have determined to SLAUÖH
ter what stock of Summer Goods we have
on hand, which is not a lot of shelf-worn
goods, but the latest styles and patterns.
Our prices will surprise you. Bring your
Dollars and be convinced.
Alexander ci' Freidenrich ,
THE LEADERS.
COTTONWOOD PACKING AND
MILLING Co.
PORK AND BEEF PACKERS,
- o- o
Have now on hand a full supply of Fresh Pork—Chops and Roasts.
Fresh Spare Ribs, Tenderloin, Pork Sausage, Pig Tongues,
Pigs Feet, Choice Leaf Lard. Will have Smoked
Bacon in about three weeks. Call at the
Packing House or send order by
mail, which will receive
prompt attention.
Prices Lower than Ever Before on the Prairie.
t&~ COME .A-TTID SEE TTS- *W*
W. F. SCHMADEKA,
HAS BARGAINS IN GROCERIES!
HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
^ Sit» Choice Japan Tea for >1 on I 20 IDs Choice Beans for *1.00
IS Itis Dried drapes " *1 00 10 ».
_ 7 lt)s " C'o.-ii Starch »100 I 8 tt>s Mixed Bird Seed *1.00
4 l. r > tbs fiolden C Sugar for *1.(8»
J 5 dans drapes. *100
^ 5Cans Apricots. *1 UO
ftvwvvwWVVV
i
" $1 00
Sugo
, 100 lbs Fine Dairy Salt $2 50 (p
1 gul Lilly of Valley Drip* 90
I 6 Cans Slaudard Reeled Tomato*!
lOtJ
1 Defy Competition as to Prices and
Quality of Goods.
Largest Stock of SADDLERY and HARNESS
Ever Bio-aght to Cams* Prairie,
Y DI(IYII)G JHJD f(IDII}0 TULIPS.
o—o
' A T» TA.Ii!
Call and See for Yourself.
o
W. F. SCHMADEKA.
W. W. BROWN,
n^SURÄNCEAGElNTL
-REPRESENTS
CALEDONIA, of Scotland.
MANCHESTER, of England;
HAMBURG-BREMEN, of GERMANY.
HOME, of New York.
NIAGARA, of New York.
LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION, of England.
HOME MUTUAL, of San Francisco.
ÊB- POLICIES WRITTEN ANO DELIVERED ON APPLICATION AT LOWEST RATES. -MM
28Æ BT7ILDI1TOS -A. SPECIALTY.
NEW DRUG STORE.
DR. E. H. SHEAFFER, Proprietor.
A full line of
ERT70S, PATENT MEDICINES,
EBT cltlcL TOILET ARTICLES.
Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal Purposes.
VOLLMER & SCOTT.
Idaho.
Orangeville,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
- 0-0 -
FARMING IMPLEMENTS.
BEWARB
o t imitation
trade marks
and labels.
Insist
AR f\ AND HA WER SOPA
in packages.
on
2 »
Costs no more than inferior package soda—
never spoils the flour, keeps soft, and is uni
versally acknowledged purest in tbe world.
fUde only by CHURCH k CO., New York.
Bold by grocers everywhere.
Write for Ana and Hammer Book of valoabla lUcipoa—TUBS.
THE FREE PRESS.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY
A. F.PARKER, - . Editor and Proprietor.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF IDAHO COUNTY.
Entered at the Post-office at Orangeville
Idaho, as second clans matter.
fly»Bpeclai rates on application tor transient
and display advertisements.
ttF " No paper
mill all arrearages are paid up.
Legal advertisements, per square, or frac
Ton hereof, for the first insertion 1*2.50; each
subsequent insertion, $1.50 per square.
advertisement discontinued
RECOUD OF THE WEEK.
WEATHER REPORT:
For the week ending Wednesday, Aug. 7, 18'J5.
Day
Thursday, 1 Hi
Friday, i 92
Saturday, j 87 ,
Sunday, H4
Monday. i 89 59 126 53 .— 161
Tuesday. 88 6*2 26.39 .02 174
Wednesday. 76 ! 57 126.36 1 .— | 195 1
+Mile8 per day.
Agricultural Experiment Station. Grange'
ville. Idal..>. John Norwood. Observer.
MAX MIN ! BAR! RAIN! WIND: SNOW
59 '26 63 .— +174 .
58 26 60
65 26.57 .— ! 163
58 26 59 — 200
■ I«
A. H. Cummings is out from Elk.
Bunncll.at Lewiston, keeps a full
line of cutlery.
The choicest wines, liquors and
cigars at Exchange saloon.
Tom Dempster was a visitor
from Elk several days this week.
Buy your Hay Forks at II. A.
Steinke's, the cheapest place in
Orangeville.
W. F. Schmadeka has a com
plete line of Boot and Shoe Nails.
Call and see.
Cottonwood beer always ou draft
at 25 cents per quart, at Exchange
Saloon, Orangeville.
Dewitt Phillips is expected home
from Blaekfoot next week, com
pletely recovered.
James Edwards, Henry Wax
and K. W. White left for Elk in a
buggy last Sunday.
The Orangeville school opens
for a nine months' term on Mon
day, September 2.
I pay the highest market price
for beef hides and furs. J. C. Holb
claw, Orangeville, Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Ferris, of
Cottonwood Packing Co., were in
town last Saturday.
The freshest, coolest and nicest
beer in the country, 25 cents per
quart, at Exchange Saloon.
A. J. Turner lias the contract to
paint the Iron bridge at the French
creek crossing of Salmon river.
Wanted. —Idaho county war
rants. Bank ok Camas Prairie,
Orangeville, Idaho
Evan Evans left for Chicago
Sunday to market 150 head of
steers for Morrow & Jones.
Deputy U. S. marshal Geo. P.
Mims arrived in town Sunday after
some more Chinese who have not
registered.
Elder Chase was in town Mon
day introducing attorney Thorne,
of Whitman county, Wash., who
is looking for a location.
The Ellwood Glidden barbed
wire "diamond E" trade mark, is
the cheapest and best. For sale by
C, C. Bunnell, Lewiston, Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Fulton re
moved to their rooms upstairs in
the Grange building Tuesday, and
will be "at home" to their friends
after August 10.
The contract for erecting a ten
stamp quartz mill building 24x77
feet, on Relief creek, for the Relief
Milling Co., has been awarded to
Vansise & Campbell.
Wm. Phillips has leased his res
idence on Hall street to Cash Cole
for one year and gives possession
Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips
will then remove to Lewiston for
permanent residence.
Cash Cole, of Palouse City, has
rented the Nickel drugstore build
ing and will shortly open a first
class saloon there. Mr. Colo is a
pioneer of the northwest and an
all-around good fellow.
All hands unite in saying that
the state road to Newsome creek
is the best in the state. Under
the law tlyit road is now a county
road and we hope the county com
sioners will have the necessary
water ways built this fall to keep
it in good repair.
The bacon, hams and shoulders,
smoked and sugar-cured, put up
by the Cottonwood packing house,
are now on the market and sell
very readily at prices far below the
eastern article. Mr. Dunliam has
our thanks for a side of bacon and
it is cured to the queen's taste.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications as they cannot reach the
diseased portion of the ear There is only on
way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu
tional remedies. Deaf ties.« is caused by an
flamed condition of the in neons lining of
Eustachian Tube. Wheu this tube is inflamed
you have a rum billig sound or imperfect hear
Ing. and when it I» entirely closed. Deafness
the result, add unless the Inflammatiou can
taken ont and this tube restored toits normal
! condition, hearing will be destroyed forever
I nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing hut an inflamed condition
the mucous surface«
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that can
not lie cured by Hells Catarrh Cure. Send
circulars ; free.
7
12
<>
-- ... F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo,
£8^»So1d by Druggists, 7 jc.
I
1
!
horse
Bond election August 20.
P. II. McEntee is out from Elk.
Leave orders at Magee's for ice j
cream.
Those cold drinks at the post
office are delicious !
has leased the Cottonwood Report, hope
A populist editor from Dayton
J. E. Beede, of Harpster, lias
been doing the metropolis this
week.
with
him
and
and
for
to
of
feet
in
the
he
the
and
got
and
of
sec
Races at Meadows commence on
Monday, August 19, and continue
for six days.
Teachers' Institute at Mt. Idaho
commences Monday, August 26,
and continues to August 30.
Ezra Baird and George Rood re
turned from Florence Wednesday
and left for Lewiston yesterday.
Attention Ladies! —Call at the
Post office and get a drink of ice
cold soda water, lemonade, milk
shake or orange cider.
Harry Faulkner left for Florence
yesterday with a load of lumber
for Mike Deasy who is operating
the old Gold Lake diggings.
Call at the Bargain Store and
see the great cut on summer cloth
ing which has been made to make
room for our new stock,
the time to purchase your clothing.
»
is
be
;
for
Now is
James Goodwin was up from
Clearwater Tuesday and said lie
would fill all orders for fruit next
Mr. Goodwin is credited
week.
with having the finest orchard in
the best fruit belt in the county.
Wanted. —More room and mo
ney. We have " stacks" of goods.
We must have more room and mo
ney. Call on us if you want values
unheard-of.
Alexander & Freidenrich,
The Leaders.
Sixty Saddles just received by
W. F. Schmadeka, which is the
most complete stock ever opened
to the eyes of the public. Also
Three wagon loads of fine Crock
ery Ware, with the Greatest
Slaughter of Prices ever made in
that line.
Elk City stage leaves Grange
ville every Tuesday and Friday
mornings at five o'clock, arriving
at Elk at four p. m. next afternoon.
The night is spent at their new
place on the summit of Baldy.
Fare for the round trip, 86 ; single
fare, 84. Freight, cents per lb.
The Indians were assembled at
Lapwai Monday and Tuesday of
this week for the purpose of re
ceiving that long-talked of Indian
money which the government gives
them for the surplus lands on their
reservation. The Indian pay day
lias come and gone and nobody
was a bit the wiser—or richer.
Mr. Schwalhach has received a
letter from his shipping agent in
San Francisco, stating that his
Orangeville Hour holds its head up
with any article in that market,
and that it meets with ready sale
against all competition.
Schwalhach will ship several hun
dred tons this summer and fall.
Always bear in mind when com
ing to Orangeville that Wm. F.
Schmadeka has the krkshkst and
»
12
m.
at
at
Mr.
MOST COMPLETE LINE OK ALL GRO
CER 1RS carried in Grangevillc. I
also defy competition as to prices
and quality of goods. All goods
sold for Cash at lowest possible
rates. Call and see for yourself.
W. F. Schmadeka.
The present time affords abund
ant opportunities for profitable
mining on a large scale. The old
raying that it takes money to make
money is every day becoming more
manifestly true. Improved ma
chinery and processes which offer
enlarged facilities for mineral pro
duction are nearly all of a charac
ter to require a large initial out.
lay. But they make it possible to
work great quantities of low-grade
ore that hns heretofore been with
out value.
Do not go to Moscow, Genesee
or Kendrick to purchase goods
when you can do better at home.
.50 each
. .65 "
*5nopHir.
"
12
Surcingles
with hand piece
Concord Team Collars
Bo* ton T
Riding Brid o. complete.
%\i\ flame Straps, per do
Double Team Buggy Harness 20.00
25.00
Coll»»
1 00
.50
11m
Belting, both cemeuted aud riveted .
Rope
.75 tt>
.12*4»
Repair work on harness and sad
dlery much less than any house in
Idaho. Call at
W. F. Schmadeka's.
12
In accordance with the instruc
tions of the county commissioners,
G. B. Kiukuid, supervisor of road
.. . .... , * , . I
district No. 20, last week made a ,
/ T _ . r
complaint against James Dixon tor j
obstructing and injuring the pub- I
lie highway at and near the Jack
u . , . e . .. T jr- !
HOI1 bridge, betöre justice J. IY.
Vin,«m+ of Mt Iriutin A I.hnnm*
V linenOI Ml. manu. IV LiGiNgt. ,
of venue WHS taken and the ease
, . . . „ » i i i
tried before Justice WOOUWft.ru and
u iiiTimuilav and VVndnnudav nf
a J ur J AlU hua .> lul " weunuHiaj oi
this Week. The iury. after five
. . , ... V . . .
minutes deliberation, brought in a
vordiet for the defendant W N
vcnucii ior me i in iniu. v* .. in.
Scales represented the prosecution,
F. E. Fogg the defence.
of
O.
I Yansise & Campbell raised the
1 frame of the Catholie church Wed
nesday.
! Clara Rowe was thrown from a
horse last evening and sustained a
fracture of the ankle.
j
Wm. Hawley and family left for
Warm Springs yesterday in the
hope of beuefitting Mrs. Hawley's
health.
Sheriff Overman started lielinv
with l'hil Cleary Sunday to place
him in some private hospital for
medical treatment.
Cashier Brown and family. Geo.
and Helen Newman, Mrs. Hanson
and Judge Seales leave Monday
for an outing at Warm Springs.
Postmaster Magee has put in
fifteen more combination lock boxes
to accommodate the growing needs
of the postoffice business in this
town.
The big boiler for the Warrens
dredge rolled down the grade 30
feet and lodged apainst a pine tree
in the Weiser canyon,
freight had come this way it would
have been in camp a month ago.
The Salmon river stage leaves
Orangeville every Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday morning, car
rying U. S. mail, passengers and
express. Riggins reports a good
business for the stage line all along
the route.
Pricks ! Prices !—Why, say ?
have you asked for prices on any
thing in our line? If not, don't
delay, but step in and make it a
point to know who are the real
Leaders of Low Prices For CiihIi.
Alexander & Freidenrich.
Theodore Swarts left for Lake
creek yesterday with an outfit to
develop the placer claims in which
he and John Auchinvole are inter
ested. They are located just below
the upper crossing of Lake crock,
and from all accounts they have
got a good thing. Success to them.
Our "Special Price Sale" is on,
and you will miss the opportunity
of your life if you don't call and
sec us during our "Great More
Room Sale."
Alexander & Freidenrich,
The Leaders.
ence
us
mine
feet,
and
sink
a
and
feet
to
J.
west
the
that
and
old
of
It
ami
and
out
the
a
of
in
the
be
the
of
If that
a
F.
Chur eh Announcmeuts.
Services at the M. FI. church ev
ery Sunday at 11 a. m., and 8 p.
m. Sunday-school at 10 a. in.
Mrs. Luella Smith will preach
at Cottonwood Sunday forenoon at
11:00 and at Denver in the eveu
ing.
C.
There will he services in the
Episcopal church on Sunday morn
ing next at 11 o'clock, and in the
evening at 8 o'clock. Sunday
school at 10 a. m. All are wel
come. Seats free.
Elder IL J. Thorn will preach
at Denver next Sunday at 10:30 a.
m. Subject, "Victory of Faith."
All are cordially invited to be pres
ent as the subject is of interest to
all and will be ably presented.
E. A. Chase.
A Cook Rook Free.
"Table and Kitchen" is the title
of a new cook book published by
the Price Baking Powder Company,
Chicago. Just at this time it will
be sent free if you write a postal
mentioning the Free Press.
We have tried this book and it
is o*e of the very best of its kind.
Besides containing over 400 re
ceipts for all kinds of pastry and
home cookery, there are many
hints for the table and kitchen,
showing how to set a table, how to
enter the dining room, etc.; a hun
dred and one hints in every branch
of the culinary art. Cookery of
the very finest and richest as well
as of the most economical and
home like, is provided for. Re
member, "Table and Kitchen" will
be sent postage prepaid to any lady
sending her address (name, town
and State) plainly given. A copy
iu German or Scandinavian will lie
sent if desired. Postal card is as
good as letter. Address Price Ba
king Powder Co., Chicago, 111.
Notice. —I have a fine lot of
I
old
to
each
"
peach plums and other summer
fruits to sell. I have made ar
rangements with the Elk City mail
carrier to deliver fruit in Grange
ville, Elk City and other places
along the route. Parties trusting
their orders with me will receive
sad
in
prompt attention.
J. A. Goodwin,
Harpster P. O., Idaho, i
road Sm,ll B.finmn,. .
I Make great endings sometimes. Ailments that
a , w . ... consldl . r lrlïla | „ r ,, w
r we are Rpl 1 constatr m\iai «men grow,
tor j through neglect, into atrociou« maladies, dan
pub- I <hem.cjve.«nd proactive of other.
Jack- It is the disregard of the earlier indications of
jr- ! ill health which leads to the establishment of
IY. HU s«»rts of maladies «m a chronic basis More
over, there are certain disorders incident to
, t h t . season, such as malaria and rheumatism.
ease against Which it Is always desirable to fortify
i the system after exposure to the conditions
and which produce them. l*«»ld, damp and miasma
nf ? ®re surely counteracted by Hostetter'.>Stomach
oi hUterg Afu , r you h(tve incurred risk from
five ! these influences, a wluegUssfulortwoof Bos
I tetter's Stomach Bitters directly afterward
a , Should be swallowed. For malaria, dyspepsia,
N ; liver complaint, kidney and bladder trouble,
in. j DervougueÄ-Än d debility it is the most deserv
■ edly popular of remedies and preventative*.
A Wl"e i t«.lnl " c » ls I ,rumu,c ' -pr 0 -
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Powder
Absolutely pure
Absolutely
Quart * Found year Florence.
C. B. Wood was out from Flor
ence last Saturday and informed
us that the shaft on his Poortuan
mine was down to a depth of forty
feet, with the bottom in 8400 ore,
and the ledge widening out as they
sink on it. They are now running
a tunnel to connect with the shaft
and tap the ledge at a depth of (iO
feet below the surface, and expect
to have it completed in about 30
days. The property is bonded to
J. F. Cameron, of Wardner, and is
situated about three miles south
west of Florence. The character of
the ore is identically the same as
that of the old Harpster lode eight
miles south of Florence, on the
Wire Bridge trail, that is, anti
monial silver, and black sulphurcts,
with good gold values throughout.
Mr. Wood also informs us of the
recent discovery of a very large
and strong vein of gold ami silver
hearing ore on the head of Little
Slate creek, four miles above the
old Van Buren ranch. At the dis
covery the vein was seven feet
wide, and it was standing up out
of the ground like a stone wall.
It has been traced westerly for a
distance of seven miles into Joliu
Day mountain. It is a contact
vein lying, between walls of granite
ami slate, and its course is east
and west, and in place it widens
out to 20 feet. Assay returns from
the discovery give the ore at that
point a value of 835 per ton in gold,
and 200 ozs in silver. If there is
a chute of any extent on the vein
of this quality of ore it is without
doubt the biggest thing ever struck
in the Salmon river country, the
Florence placers not excepted.
In all probability this ledge
marks the western boundary of
the Florence mineral belt. It may
be the mother lode from whence
the gold of the Florence placers
was derived. At any rate it indi
cates the possibilities of fortune
which haunt the footsteps of the
hardy prospector in the mountains
of Idaho county.
A
S A
They
.1
this
days
Mi
t.i
wee
•lug.
which
call
ville
laud
our
creek,
from
mill
cho
bfte
July
o
bar
York
full
week
have
the
(nee
side)
W.
tha*.
to
hi
tion
will
a
his
off.
a
of
a
to
on
Teuchers ' Institute.
A Teachers' Institute will bo
conducted for the benefit of the
Teachers of Idaho County, from
August 26 to 30, inclusive, at Mt.
Idaho. It will ho under the su
pervision of the County Superin
tendent and conducted by Prof. J.
C. Muermun, of Moscow, assisted
by Mrs. L.A. Wayland and Messrs.
Verclor and O. I). Waltz, of this
county. The Teachers will be ad
dressed during the Institute by
Messrs. Knox, Parker and others.
The law makes it the duty of every
Teacher, and those holding special
certificates, to he present, aud it is
fully expected that all the teachers
of Idaho County will attend,
public is cordially invited to be
present at all of the exercises.
W. N. Scales,
Co. Sup't.
a
as
of
The
Cot a mb us Xe.ws.
For cash only and just for a
short time only, with bills of other
goods I will sell :
Best Granulate«! Sugar .14'jitis for $1.00.
Best Golden C Sugar _
Best Raisiné .
Beht Rice
Best Arbuckle's Coffee
Best Evaporated AprloOta SUtM for 1 00.
lu lt»s for 1 uo.
... 8» jlt»s for l.oo.
17 tt»s for 1.00.
All other goods in proportion.
My goods are equal or better than
any on the market, and may be re
turned and money refunded if not
as represented. Remember, I car
ry a good line of general merchan
dise and sell at lowest prices.
J. L. Gross.
.. ir»'fctt>»ff
.15 it»» for l oo.
12 lbs for l uo.
. 3 tbs for
1 . 00 .
> i.
Best French Brunes
Best Peaches.
Rolled Oats .
Keuterville Doings.
Prof. Elscnsohn a'teudedthe teachers' insti
tut«* at Ml Idaho last week.
Mr Woods, of Forest, was trying to sell a
bunch of sheep here Monday.
Rev. Father Krœgt-r started for Elk City yes
terday
A. B. Ronke. of Cottonwood,
furniture for the
day Iasi week.
\V. K. Russell, of Viola, a former resident,
day last
purchasing
hotel at Cottouwood one
delivered a load of freight here
week.
A. O. Johnson has gone to the Seven Devil
country prospering
Keuterville, August 6, 18J5.
Denver News.
î stopp
from I.
ed over Tuesday
Cashier Paine
hi« return trip
Judge Chase reports the court docket in- :
creasing
Elder if. J Thorn, of Garfield, will hold ».er
vices in Denver next Lord's «lay at 10 80 a. m.,
and Mrs. Smith will preach in the evening
Mr> A K. Alexander, of Grtngeville. has
moved her carpet bann into Deuver and ex
ain here
e ou
i
. ! ^Mr/ üumif.rner ..I Beatrice Nchra.kA la
that ' .-v r> -»unigarner, «»i neairme, ^enrasga is
w vl» HUK her Mr^nt» here, Mr.anil Mr. Kt.»)er.
Mr. Hannaford. who has been In the employ
of the Northern Pacific railroad company until
• JTr., 7Î' 2X,' , ee^'toTiko' Jn«r««"o'f
of , their business here.
of Lark Vinson au«i Mr. Welch, of Pullman, are
! visiting John Viuson and family. They are
to well pleased with the oatlook for the future of
Denver and may locate perinaneutly.
I li. F. Trutton and family ami Fet Rhoades
mid family have gone for a pleasure trip to the
headwaters of White Bird.
Isaac Zehner has bought a new steam thresh
from er for sure this time and expects to have it
Bos- home by the 15th aud will be ready for busi
uess as soon as harvest begins.
It is surprising h«*w many people are ready
to be guile«! by entire strangers into paying
out money for something promised, for which
* they have only some stranger's word ; but Bar
0 - »;*» ".'•»"Hu: American people like lobe
a
is
of
Clearwater Items.
Jesse McPherson and wife were visiting and
Sunday.
f Newsome creek.
attending Sunday M'hot
Cameron A Hibberd,
out last week and loaded up at Stephens
A Brown s.
ry Hray
Middle Fork, also loaded eight rack horses at
S A H's. this week. These gentlemen expect
Inter at Fish l ike and engage in trapplug.
They recently sold |300 worth of hear hides,
('has. Gelbaoh came out front Newsome creek
«•k to finish his haying aud harvesting.
Allen Stephens went to Grangeville on 8at
rday last.
»1
d Jack Goddard, of upper
.1
this
Rosa Klebold went to Camas for a few
days on Saturday.
Mi
has been on the sick list this
t.i
wee
Rena McPherson was ill but Is now convales
•lug.
Mr. Ruark. our road supervisor, met
painful accident ; by trying to guard off
which flew off of the handle while his son was
pplng—the ax cut a deep gash across the
k of his hand.
Mr. Hud Mrs. Jake Riebold made a pleasant
call on Mrs. Geo. Brown Friday evening.
Well. Clarke made a flying trip
ville Thursday, returning Friday.
Harry Raker. Horace Hornady aud
laud departed Monday for Palouse country to
harvest.
Dr. Turner, of Cottonwood, passed through
our village Friday en route to the Clear creek
country to see a patient.
Messrs, lleppuer A Richardson, of Moose
creek, have contracted for lo.ooo feet of lumber
from Lark Kerlee—to improve their mluiug
enterprise at that place.
Win. Snider, who has been building a saw
mill at Dixie for a company, has returned and
presented by his wile with a new boy— ou
ax
cho
bfte
to Grange
Mr. Coir
July -II.
o K. Gedney loaded up with supplies at 8. A
the 3rd. Mr. Gedney is mining ou ft
Middle Fork.
Chas. Gelbach was out to Orangeville August
bar ou the South Fork of
Everyone is most done haying and Messrs.
York A Lister have their binder runulng to its
full capacity, cutting oats and wheat.
Miss Nellie Jeffries spent a few dftys this
week visiting with Mrs. Gen. ltrown.
We notice that more attention is being paid
mining and trapping than ever before, s. A H.
have ordered 5U) traps to supply the demand.
Laurtinaii Hasting*, a sou of Mr. Hastings,
the genial proprietor of of the store at Harpster
(nee Jackson bridge, Brownsville and River
side) spent Saturday and Suuday visiting with
W. S. Clarke.
li. Chenoweth. a brother of the Clearwater
ived from Florence to spend
Chenoweth,
Suuday.
S. A. Bowen, who recently leased Peter
King * farm, concluded from all indications
tha*. the Clearwater climate was too warm for
unless there was less work and more shade
to enjoy, hence lie took his departure with
houst-hold effects ou Friday for
hi
family
Urangeville and vicinity.
The bond question la receiving good atten
tion on tills side. From what we can learn it
will be defeated here and at Middle Fork. This
uestiou should receive the serious considéra
re ry taxpayer in Idaho county. For
temporary relief 1 think it should carry—far If
a high tax is to be levied there will be many
more go delinquent thau at the present rate of
taxation. Where is the average taxpayer to
ral»e his tax money ? There is no market for
his grain ; but few have hogs or cattle to turu
off. Vote for the bonds—get a lower rate of in
terest and by the time the bonds are due, with
ecounmy in county affairs, we can pay them
ow by an exira levy
on Idaho county is
a
Hi
•li belter than
of taxes. A bond of $75,000
a small Item wheu you consider its resources.
Stephens A Brown have two loads of freight
to arrive next Monday.
T. F. Sens departed Monday for a load of
merchandise for CIihs. Hastings.
Messrs, Juo. Morris und Wm. Eller arrived
with 21 Garrels of flour for S. A B. ou Saturday
la*t aud Lee Carpenter brought over 15 barrel«
on Tuesday.
Walter Clarke and wife returned 8unday
from several days visit to friends and relative«
the prairie. \
Clearwater, August 6, 1895.
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Cottonwood Chronicles.
d has been quite active during the
usual number of parties
investigating its prospects with a
Cotton
let week and
ive bee
view of location
The editor of the "People's Press" of Dayton,
Wash., has leased the 'Cottonwood Report"
and expects to take the management of the
same in the near future.
Another gentle
elded to pi»
dlery with
from Dayton has also de
nn] stock of harness and sad
his goods will soon arrive iu
town.
The Orangeville bargain More has also re
moved to Cottonwood and taken temporary
quarters iu a tent covered building on Main
street.
A Mr Roberts is also looking up a location
for hardware and implement business. He
has been for some week» investigati
prospects of Denver and Urangeville
decided to locate »it Cottouwood.
Ben Trutton, of Denver, was over Saturday
m iking arrangements to remove his family to
Cottonwood.
Ben and Lee Rhoades and families will spend
a few duys iu the mountains, wheu the former
will fit up his homo with us.
A party lias also visited the prairie during
the week with the view of erecting a broom
factory, lie has beeu much pleased with the
outlook aud informs us that he will build at
od providing lie has the assurauce
the
has
The
a
other
$1.00.
1 00.
1 uo.
l.oo.
1.00.
than
re
not
car
Cottoll
from tiie farmers of tbe planting of broom com
sufficient to meet the demand.
II. M. Jorgens aud family were up from
K tini'ih this ivoek.
W. 1*. Nichols has tbe contract for nalntiug
and decorating the new three-btory building of
Turner, Taylor A Woodring and is making n
flue Job of tiie same. We believe Cottonwood
boast of tiie first aud only three--tor/
building on Camas prairie and possibly la Ida
l oo.
l uo.
1 . 00 .
> i.
u
ho county.
The packing house is running full blast au l
turning out an excellent quality of pork, lard,
etc. Contrary to predictions the well at that
establishment still bhows the full volume of
water and an abundance for all demands. Cot
1 can at least boast of li&viug an abun
dance of pure healthy water.
Bob Jones left Cottonwood Friday with a
drove of hogs to be driven to Genesee, aud
Sunday a large baud of cattle left for the lower
markets.
Monday was a lively day iu Cottonwood— at
least tiie city marshal, if Mich n personage had
been in existence, would have had his Laud«
full. A town is generally supposed to be "on
the boom" as we are informed wheu flgliM are
iu order, so I expect we are "booming.
ill be opened iu the Re l
building in the near future. L'be
cted here about the tenth lust.
ton
sali
\
insti
sell a
yes
resident,
last
Front sal«
slock Is e
The proprietors of tbe brewery have been
sinking a well on their property aud now have
an abundance of water at fourteen feet.
rice» are being held every 3ab
at the old otlice of the Cot
«1 Picking A Milling Co.
ierdlug and several others of the boys
r?
tptaCop.il
bath at elev
one
■ï
ton
a
hunting this week and i
Beu
e expect the chicks are flnd
were out chi
the leathered tribe in abundance,
good shot aud
ing it out.
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