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IDAHO COUNTY FREE
VOL. 11. NO. 22. ORANGEVILLE, IDAHO CO.. IDAHO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 18%. $3.00 PER YEAR. 3 FIRST GUN £ THE SEASON * * £ 3 £ 3 •ft E 3 E We intend to make our fall selling; distance all records. To do this we realize that we must offer We must reduce the profit on each single article, relying upon We don't propose to stand on our dignity and let the big lead we now hold in the General Merchandise world of Idaho slip through our grasp. We arc going to make a bid for your trade right now, and fire 3 te 3 greater inducements than ever before, the increased selling to make up the average profits. 3 s= 3 £ ^2 3 E 3 E 3 E 3 E EARLY FALL BARGAINS 3 E 3 E You know that you can always have your money back for the asking, for that's the way we take of backing up our advertised statements. The Leading Clothiers. 3 E 3 E E E & E ^2 '3 ^2 Mail orders will receive prompt attention The Cheapest Cash Store in Idaho County. ^2 Timmmuimmiummim mmm m mimmu mmmmum mmmmmu rnuumummimimumm 3 Invite the trade in general to inspect their Large Stock of General Merchan dise which is being sold at extreme Low Prices, such as have never been offered in this section before. Now is the time to lay in your winter's supplies and get advantage of Lowest Cash Rates. Special inducements are made to Mining Companies and Retail Dealers. Mail orders promptly filled. Wheat Bought. EXTRAORDINARY and intil INDUCEMENTS FOR CASH For It is an easy matter for call and be convinced. I have no retail baits, prices that I cannot duplicate. you to There are no SAM'L GOLDSTONE YOUR TRADE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. HENRY WAX, ORANGEVILLE and COTTONWOOD keep constantly on hand 0-0 Latest Styles , Newest Novelties. If ADQHARTERS FOR PROSPECTORS SUPPLIES. —A complete stock of 1MCXIK.C '.eat Goods and Sold at the /.BiT-ISB EUSTHmA-L Consisting of the Vet LOWEST PRICES. A Full Line of Legal Blanks AT * TH15 * OFFICE the at THE FREE PRESS I PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY . Editor and Proprietor A.F.PARKER, OFFICIAL PAPER OF IDAHO COUNTY. Entered at the Post-office at Orangeville Idaho, as second class matter. ^•".Special rates on application tor transient and display advertisements. fflP-No paper intil all arrearages ailvertlsement discontinued paid up. RECORD OF THE WEEK. WEATHER REPORT: For the week ending^Wednesday, Sept. 30,1«96 wind! snow + 22 « Dav Thurs«lay Friday, Satunlay, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday, I 75 IN 1 R A R. I RAIN 41 ;'2T*. 4S 40 26.61 MAX 57 >' 24 55 123 33 26.09 110 36 26.64 4Ö 26.47 4-'» 26.3ft 45 26 50 60 iir> . 139 129 ! . 73 • 1 fMiles per day. Agricultural Experiment Station, Orange ville. Idaho. Chah. McGready. Observer. Register. November. Register now. A. F. Parker, notary public. The registration at Mt. Idaho is nearly 100. Those who haven't registered should do so at once. Tho Denver Planing mill make all kinds of furniture. Moscow has 678 scholars attend ing her public schools. See Dernham & Kaufmann's new' price list on page 4. Screen doors and screen win dows at Daj- & Bunnell's. Walter Bunnell hopes to occupy liis new residence this week. Don't overlook the constitutional amendments when you vote. Florence is expected to poll 140 votes; 125 were registered there last week. J. W. Murphy and wife went to Florence last week to look over the camp. Tho Boise Statesman consigns Idaho county to the McKinley column. Nit. are opening a general merchandise store at Kamiah. Felix and Paul Corbett, Indians, Tlio Cash Bargain Store adver tises this week that they propose giving sugar away to their cus tomers. «'all and see them for particulars. and a use in And now tlioj' aro locating al leged quartz claims in the heart of the citj' of Spokaue. J. C. Litchfield and son Grant were visitors from Elk this week, after winter supplies. With fusion in 28 states the chances are that Bryan will get there with both feet next Tuesday. Nuxoll & Stuhbers, of Cotton wood, have opened a branch store at Green creek, on the reservation. Pay no attention to "charges" against candidates at this late day. They are only campaign roor backs. Genesee lias shipped 500 cars of wheat since August 1. Grange ville will beat, that when we get our railroad. Doubletrees, singletrees and neckyokes, all complete, at Day & Bunnell's, cheaper than you can buy tlio wood. A No. 1 baled hay for sale at 87.50 per ton, by E. W. Oliver, 3-J miles northeast ofGrangeville, and nine miles east of Denver. Tho Denver Planing mill will furnish doors, windows, moldings, and all kinds of mill wprk as cheap as they can ho. bought in Spokane. G. Durand arrived from Elk City Sunday, where lie has been prosjtectiiig all summer and left for Butte Monday to spend tho win ter. I to 1. Get your pumps and have them put in before winter comes. Daj' & Bunnell's is tho place to get them if you don't want them to freeze. The Genesee News says that Sweet and Jones, of Grangeville, shipped enough fine cattle to fill elev en sheet iron stable cars 36 feet long. Como and see our line of Jack et.- and we we will show you wliat style means.— Alexander & Frei i) enrich, the cheapest Cash Store in Idaho countj'. Dr. Adair, specialist in the treatment of rupture, piles, hydro cele, varicocele, fistula and goitre, will be in Grangevillo from Nov. 11 to Nov. 18. We havo the finest lino of Jack ots Aiver shown. Tln:j r aro just what you want.— Alexander & Freidknkich. tlio Cheapest Cash j Store in Idaho county. I for Mr. Mrs. at ing art, love her look Day for the is is Election next Tuesday. A. F. Parker, notarj' public. Election day, Tuesday Nov. 3. Mining deeds for sale at Free Press oiiice. Wallace Scott's new residence is going up. Cash paid for gold dust by Geo. II. Lake, Lewiston. J. P. Fitzgerald is erecting a 82000 residence in Lewiston. A candidates ball will bo given in I. O. O. F. hall Friday, Oct. 30. Jake Woodring and 11 Robbins were 'visitors from Cottonwood Sunday. Mrs. John Conlan and niece,Miss Katie Crooks left for Walla Walla last week. Honest goods at honest prices at George Brown's. Give him a call. Stuart, Idaho. Ugf-Tlio registration books close Saturday, October 31. Get reg istered in time. J. F. Boyer is out from Florence and goes on crutches, the result of a broken ankle bone. We tako potatoes on subscrip tion to the Free Press and can use 2000 pounds this fall. Mr. A. Walker, of Moscow, lias bonded the Blossom mine in Flor ence from Fisher, Olsen and Dahl. Look here, you sportsmen! Remember we carry a full line of shells, shot, powder and wads.— Day & Bunnell. Billj' Anderson, of Lewiston, is running a short order restaurant in Florence and doing a good busi ness. Final rally of the campaign at Grangeville Monday night. La dies are particularly invited to at tend. The hoisting works for tlio Ban ner mine in Florence have arrived at Lewiston and will bo hauled in immediately. A. O. Sherman, of Jersej' City, N. J., was a guest of the Jersey House this week, enquiring for mining property. W. F. Schmadeka just received 2500 lbs of green and roasted cof fees. Those who are colleo drink ers can have their fill. Send in j-our orders. Levi Magee returned from liis trip to Spokane and Boise Satur day, and reports an enjoyable time and lots of inquiries about Idaho county. The height of fashion inaj' lie had at moderate price's if you buy your jackets at Alexander & Fkf.idenricu's. the Cheapest Cash Store in Idaho county. There will be preaching at the Fairvicw school bouse the second Sunday in November, by J. S. Kinkaid. All members arc re quested to be present. Tho silver-democrats held a . lt . . . ., . rousing rally at Denver last Sat-U urday niglit. After their adjourn- : ment the populists t .k the floor , an(l held tllO fort until Midnight, ! I .. r .. NOW IS tllO time IOr you of & at 3-J for get to that fill 36 the Nov. W. F. Schmadeka has just re Jack- ceived 2500 pounds of chewing to just bacco. & to get yonr winter's chewing. Cash j oz. Climax, 40c. per pl.ig. 33 lbs I beans 81. 16 F. R. Culbertson and wife ar rived from Spokane last week. Mr. C went into Florence while Mrs. Culbertson visited Mrs. Pulse at Denver. It will pay you to call and ex amine our goods before purchas ing elsewlieri We guarantee fair treatment.— Glukoe Brown, Stu art, Idaho. "When j'ou know the girl j r ou love loves j'ou" is when you buy her anew cook stov< She will look tin part if you g • a stove at Day & Bunnell s. •las, lleurdon m riveil from Alton district Sunday and left yesterday for liis quartz mines in Montana where ho will spend the winter in development work. Sam'l Goldstono lias removed into his new store building at Cot tonwood and is now installed in the handsomest business estab lishment in Idaho county. The silver-democrats held a rousing meeting in Florence last Thursday and the enthusiasm was such that the campaigners predict 100 majority for tlioir ticket in that precinct. The banner pumpkin of the year is that big one which measures 03 inches in circumference donated to the Free Press by W. L. Costley and raised on bis residence prop erty in this town. Evan Evans camo out from Florence last week for the winter. He made the trip in eight hours and passed 18 four and six-horse teams loaded with freight and all bound for the camp. "Our stove is about gone," that is what you hear them say. Re member that Day & Bunnell can sell you a new ono for less money than you paid for your old ouc that is now burned up. Now is j-our timo to send in your fall and winter orders for groceries; as W. F Schmadeka has an immense stock on hand, which will bo sold lower than any hou^o in Idaho county for cash. C. 8. Gregory was out from Newsome this week and reports bis company piping successfully and everything working smoothly. They will pipe two weeks more be fore making their first clean-up. lie & S. The readers of this i»*pcr will bn pleased to a imm th*t there I- . .m »ne an- -act . that scicr.Tp 1 a'4 lc to cure in all Its Sat-U .'c* *n«t that. arrh. : fcl V>*«*r°rû r b < .iî»'* » onme, , nctlnir tUroit'.y upou tho blondand mucous.'nir ! face* of the *vstem, thereby d'Wtroyfn* the I fount) allons of the «liseuse, r t Riving tho patient ttr* Vy build In* l. to conatitti tion and .. Tho proprietor .are tive umvers, that icf G.U5 Hundred Dol lars for any cu e »hut It falls to euro. Send for li«t of testimonials. A «Id res.«*. S<*11 hy DroguM". 7öc. Hall s Family l'ills nre the best. of Tr _ , . , , . , , Mrs. C. II. Schmadeka has just | received her fall stock of millinery I goods, also a lino of fascinators and ladies underwear. Ladies desiring anything fit this line should call at once. Prices lower than ever. W. F. Schmadeka is tho most enterprising mcrchaut in Grange ville; has given more to tho labor ing classes than any other mer chant, and therefore is entitled to; tho liberal patronage of Cheapest Cash house in Idaho count}-. all. Him Itrtraril N 10O. ILiU's r.trtrrh to the re to lbs E * : : Its work, a lie'i f M-rth iu ita cura J !♦» J tro: TV 16 K J. CHKNEY & CO., loloJo, o. to Its the tho for «■qa I mm Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking of nil in h lenveninR strenfit States Government F«»od Report. Koval Baking Powder Co., New York. powder. Highest n. Latest United Born. —Near Kcuterville, Idaho, October 8, 1890, to the wife of F. Shears, twin daughters. Enquirer, White Bird. —In order to vote you must have your final naturalization papers. Born. —In Keuterville, Idaho, October 5, 1890, to the wife of H. A. Greving, a daughter. Died. —In Grangeville, Idaho, October 27, 1890, Martha Crooks, aged 73 years. Obituary next week. * Lost. —A brown gum coat !>e tween Grangeville and Lake. Finder will return to Free Press office. Died. —Near Cottonwood, Idaho, Martha J. A. Lyons, a native of Osage county, Missouri, aged 38 years, 11 months and 10 days. Card of Thanks. —I hereby give my best regards to my kind neigh bors and friends and the people of Cottonwood, and thank them for their services in my late bereave ment. Ivan D. Lyons. S. W. Smith is back from his trip to Portland where he pur chased a 30-horse power Atlas en gine and boiler for tho Relief M. and M. Co., and which is now en route to Elk in charge of Brownlee brothers. , , contracted to supplj' 100,000 feet | of lumber ft)r Uutialo Hill, and tlm I now er Nvm be used on tho Hawnlill an(l lat(T on will ho util izßd U) nm tho new quar tz mill uipmcnt to bo erected on Relief c " ee £ , u soon as t i, c h, m - ber contract is delivered. Tho Relief Co. havo ! Highest Honors— World 3 Fair, to; —e Awarded • fS : 9 'V j «Cs«#: gw m Lrfj, I,JL-i >4 «BEAM the m MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powier. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulteranA do YEARS THE ST AND AS D o.