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GRANGEVILLE. IDAHO 00..
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We here proclaim a great local event in two-Short \ '
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An honest tale speeds best when plainly
The announcement we here make, would b$ con
sidered by nine out of ten stores important enough
to call for the employment of all the high S r *
words in the dictionary; and yet, judging :
past success, we're conceited enough to
plain straightforward statement of faot%.
will do the business.
WE HIVE PICKED FROM THE FASHION QARDENS
[ of the East, the biggest and best Boqufct of Bar
i gains that have ever met with the hartR- approval \
I of this community; fragrant with the sdSftt of qual- \
1 ity. It contains the famous K. N. & F. Go. CLOTH- \
INC, DRY GOODS, MEN'S AND B$YS' HATS \
AND SHOES, FURNISHINGS, ETO Bullion and \
Backbone succeeded in the UNDERBTTïfNG feature.
We oan only invite your inspection* court your
comparisons, and confidently await yt>ur decision.
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Mail Orders will receive Prompt Attention.
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R. JB. H . SHA FFBR, Proprietor.
1 Foil Line o!
Drugs, Patent Medicines Per
fumery and Toilet Articles.
Pare Wines and Liquors for Medicinal Purposes.
Grane ville, Idaho.
-Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
General Merchandise.
Mg Agricultural Implements.
THE BANK OF GRANGEVILLE !
VOLLMER, SCOTT & CO. ;
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All Business intrusted to us will have prompt and careful Attention
THE FREE PRESS
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY
Editor and Proprietor.
A. P.PARKER,
OFFICIAL. PAPER OF IDAHO COUNTY.
Entered At the Post-offlce *t Orangeville
Idaho, aa saoond da«« matter.
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paper or advertisement discontinued
Bntll all arrearages are paid up.
RECORD OF THE WEEK.
Roads drying rapidly.
Today is Good Friday.
"Man, Monkey or Mouse."
A. F. Parker, notary public.
Dan McDonald is out from Elk.
Next Sunday is Easter Sunday,
Joe Abingtou is up from Salmon.
Latah county has 505G school
children.
U. S. court convenes in Moscow
in May.
District court is in session at
Lewiston. —
All kinds of legal blanks on sale
at Magee's.
J. L. Willman is in town from
White Bird.
Squirrels are as plentiful as ever
in these parts.
A third newspaper is to be start
ed in Lewiston.
Ezra Baird was up on stage line
business Monday.
R. L. Phillips of Florence,
in town this week.
Senator Dan W. Vorhees, of In
diana, died April 10.
1500 lbs Salmon river apples for
sale cheap at Magee's.
Assessor McLean and deputies
are at work this week.
The Grangeville schools will
close in another month.
Cash paid for wheat at the
Grangeville roller mills.
The Lewiston stage now makes
the entire trip on wheels.
Durrant, the San Francisco mur
derer, is to hang June 11.
A strike of rich ore is reported
in the Keystone mine, Florence.
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There is more Catarrh In this section of the
country than all other diseases put together,
and until the 1 ast few years was supposed to be
incurable. For a great many years doctors
pronounced It a local disease, and prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly falling
with local treatment, pronounced It
curable. Science has proven Catarrh to be a
constitutional disease, and therefor requires
constitutional treatment. Hall,sCatarrh Cure,
manufactured by K. J. Cheuey <fc Co., Toledo,
Ohio, Is the only constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken Internally in do*«* from
10 drops to a teaspoonful. ft acts directly on
the blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
They offer one hundred dollars for any ease it
fails to cure. Send for circulars aud testi
monials. Address,
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Fills ara the best.
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*- Ingram is in Florence
opening up the Gold Dollar saloon,
The sign painter has been deco
radng the stores in town this week.
' Trank Wyatt was a visitor frorii
I Salmon river Monday and Tues
day.
Ex-governor McConnell is about
to open a dry goods store at Spo
kane. ' ^
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Miss Mary Maxey has returned
from a course at the Moscow Uni
versity.
Buy Slarrett's seeds. They
the tiest. For sale by W. F. Scli
madeka.
Murphy is fitting up the second
story of the Model restaurant for
lodgings.
are
Bailey Chamberlain was up from
Salmon river on Probate business
this week.
Chloe C. Eggleston, of Denver,
has been granted an original wid
ows' pension.
Honest goods at honest prices at
George Brown's. Give him a call.
Stuart, Idaho.
No. 2 of the Florence Miner is
at hand, full of news about the
mines of the camp.
Wallace Scott's handsome
new
house is completed, but will not
be occupied until June.
Jas. C. Pennell, superintendent
of the Red Rose mine in Florence
is in town after supplies.
Sash doors of all sizes, kinds and
varieties, at Way Down
C. C. Bunnell's, Lewiston.
prices at
The weather has a spring-like
appearance and it is safe to bet
that winter is gone for keeps.
Jack Woods lost a $10 bill Mon
day. It was found by Levi Ma
gee and returned to the loser.
The Albion Normal school has
been closed by the trustees on ac
count of trouble in the faculty.
Pell Sherwin and family are up
from Salmon river and will
their residence here for the
mer.
Our spring and summer dress
goods will be ready for inspection
next week. —Alexander & Fkeid
enricii.
Mrs. Beck offers her residence
Hall street, consisting of houso.
barn, 2\ lots, with good orchard
for $1000.
For Sale.—2 hacks, 2 buggies,
sets harness, 4 driving horses,
wagon, etc., cheap for cash. Call
or address J. R. Baker, Granee
ville, Idaho.
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Lafe Yates is back from Lewis
ton and will soon return to Flor
ence 0) rename business at the Gold
Dollar saloon.
Lather Goble was up from Stu
art Monday and reports the town
rebuild!/-* rapidly after the late
disastrous fire.
Deeds, bonds, mortgages, leases
and all other forms of conveyan
clog promptly done by A. F. Par
ker, notary publie.
B. F. Morris has sold to Mrs.
Cleary, of John Day. too fi*t
square on the Main street corner
eafcl uf Jersey Houœ.
A petition for an increastf of
mail service to three tinjes a week
between Raymoud arid Ditie has
been sent to Washington.
Another big payment of $185,
OOO is to be made to the Nez Perce
Indians by the U. 8. government
during the present month.
The firm of Morrow & Worth,
of Florence, has dissolved partner
ship, and tta business will be
ducted by'Mr. Morrow alone.
Low prices and honest treatment
at Brown 7 #- cash store, Btuart,
Idaho. Commission business a
specialty.— Geo. Brown, Prop.
Quartz and placer mining blanks
reduced to 25 cents per dozen at
the Free Press office. Special
discount when ordered by t he 100.
The most complete line of hard
ware in the state to select from, at
bedrock prices, at the Pioneer
hardware store of C. C. Bunnell,
Lewiston.
cou
Harry Oesterle, of Butte, is in
town en route to join R. D. Hus
srjTîi
straggle to extricato itself one of
the animals cut an artery and bled
< * eath -
We have just opeued
8hirt Waiaia, nom
P ri81n 8 the latest styles and up to
aate patterns. —Aleyander &
"T"'
A -D-.Dorn is out from New
some this week and reports 500
feet of tunnel driven on tho Iron
Crown this winter and the property
looking fine.
Frank P. Turner has purchased
tho "Cayuse" printing outfit from
W. A. Hall and will commence
the publication of a newspaper at
Stuart about May 1.
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J,S l lU 'V 11 be services in the
Cathohc church at Grangeville on
Wednesday, April - 8 , at 9 a. m„
and on Thursday, April 29, at 9
a. m.— Rev. W. Kroeuer.
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Mrs. M. A. Swarts has been bed
hist for some time with neuralgia
but ™! ai ; e , ha PPy t0
frion '/°fi f , be, ? ehtof bermany
triends, that she is now recovering.
C. E. Williams, superintendent
of the Lapwai Mining Co., operat
ing the Webfoot bar, below Clear- "
water bridge, was in town this
week outfitting for the season's
worl£ '
Mrs. J. M. Auchinvole, son Al
hert and niece Miss Belle MePher
son, arrived from Lewiston on last
Friday's stage and will spend the 1,1
summer at the Lake creek dig
gings.
Geo. C. Howe, of Duluth, is ex- ^
pected , here shortly to look after
his mining interests in the Iron
Crown company at Newsome. He
broke au ankle lately, and this has
delayed his western trip.
Miss M.E.Robinson is receiving
her spring stock of millinery
bracing the latest styles in hats,
llowers, ribbons, trimmings, etc.
Within a few days her line of goods
will be complete and she invites
the lädies of Grangeville and vi
cinity to her rooms in the Grange
block. Fancy needlework and
dressmaking in connection.
oil
our new
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Ileuiulng with Smile«.
Are the countenance« of people who have
found speedy and thorough relief from
larlal, kidney, bilious, dyspeptic
troubles through the aid of Ifostettcr'« stom
ach Bitters.
ma
or nervous
Such countenances are
numerous. So are letters from their
attesting tho efficacy of the great family
medicine.
very
owners
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Among the signals of distress
thrown out by the stomach, bowels and liver
in a state of disorder, are siok headach, heart
burn, nausea, lost of appetite, sallowness of
the skin and eyeballs, ana an uncertain state
of the bowels They should be heeded at ouce
the Bitters are resorted to the woe begone
look which Accompanies sickness will give
way to cheerful looks produced by renewed
health. If you are drifting on the coast oi dis
ease, throw an anchor to windward by sum
moning the Bitters to your assistance. It will
keep you In safety.
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POWDER
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Celebrated for ft« great leavening strength
and health fulness. Assures the food against
alum and all forma of adulteration common to
tho cheap brand«.
Ho y A I, BAKING POWDKR CO., MEW VO»Z.
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C. 8. McCready is back from'
Moscow, where lie went with the
team and supplies belon gin g to the
experiment station. He hm» rent
ed the Riggins residence and will
Occupy it with his family this sea
son.
The Odd Fellows will celebrate
the 78th anniversary of the order
with appropriate exercises at the
opera house on April 26. Basket
lunch and interesting program.
All Odd Fellows are invited 4a at
tend.
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New subscribers fi
Press are: C. E. Wil
te Fan
is, Harp
star, Idaho; W. 8. Rhett. Freedom,
Idaho; Ilenry Bosse, Keuterville
Idaho; E. A. LockhaVf, Oakley/
Idaho; John Weis, Cottonwood.
Idaho. '
in
of
W- E. Thompson, of the Idaho
to Comstock M. & M. Co., in Dixie
is out from the camp and predicts
? h g °° d f BeaBOn - is stating
J he c^truction of the wagon road
from to Dixie which
ve y ct ^ by the county last year, and
8a y s that$700 has been raised in
the camp to push it along.
Tbe coutrast in tho condition of
affair8 at Florence one year ago
a . nd the situation ns it is today
810ul(i reassure everybody that the
camp is coming to tho frout in un
expectedly good time. The de
velopment of quartz mines is nec
essarily slow, but in Florence they
are forging ahead in "buok jumps,
, vn.ju.up».
those who feel inclined to kick
at the late arrival of the stage
should take a trip and see the con
dition of the roads for themselves.
They are simply bottomless. Com
ing across from Cottonwood last
Friday we broke three double
trees and the axles of the stage
wero dragging very nearly the
" hole of the way.
Editor Parker returned last Fri
day from a trip to Boise, Bntte
and Spokane, and reports much
interest all along the line among
mining men concerning the mines
this section. He will have some
1,1 ing to say in the Free Press
shortly about the encouraging pos
sibility of railroad extension to
^ umas P r an ie.
A11 humors of the blood, from
small pimples to the dreadfril
8cr ofula sore, are cured by Hood's
Sarsaparilla, which thoroughly
purifies, vitalizes and enriches the
oil
E. L. Mahoney, maaaaer of the
Buffalo Hill MiniiigcS!/ of Elk
;y, came out Tuesday and went
Batte. He reports piping al
ready commenced on his property,
and that a very active season will
be exjierienced in that camp.
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Hood's pills cure nausea, sick
headache, indigestion, biliousness.
All druggists. 25c.
Awarded
Highest Honors—World's Fair,
vwcer
^CREANh
BAKING
POWDER
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powdar. Pr*
uom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD

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