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Our warm winters in Lewiston Valley—no snow in 5
Winters over 2 inches deep, or remaining on the ground over
24 hours, and in some time no cold below 3 % degrees above
zero,—pure air, good water, good schools and churches; all
these things make life worth living in Lewiston and Vineland.
Many hill ranchers are buying homes in Vineland, while keep
ing and working their ranches, on account of the good schools
and pleasant and healthful climate. A 5-acre
one a fine garden, plenty of the choicest of fruits, and an acre
two of alfalfa which will provide food for a cow and horse.
As a home
tract will give
or
Drive down with your wife and see for yourself,
for the mining men of the Clearwater and Salmon river ba
sins there is no competition with Lewiston \ alley,
illustrated pamphlet, free.
Send for
Lewiston Water and Power Comp'y
Oonoord, Washington, and
Lewiston, IclcUio.
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GRANGEVILLE, IDAHO.
FRIDAY, : : : : MAY 13, 1898. j
WAR BULLETINS.
(Continued from second page.)
London. May ic.-It is reported that j
Admiral Montifo is killed by the popu
lace. Massacres are occuring outside.
Manila Insurgents killing Spanish
women and children. Dewey cannot
control Insurgent* or enable Spaniards
to do so. It i. reported that Spanish
fleet repaid Americans for their human
ity by trying to lead them into a mined
6
Washington, May 10.—Officially an
nounced that four Spanish war ships and
three torpedo boats have returned to
Cadiz. The entire army stationed at
Chicamagua have been ordered to the
front. Gen. Miles will take the field in
person. The torpepo boat Winslow
engaged three Spanish gun boats off
Cardinas Sunday. Disabled one and
drove the other back. The war board
has not yet located the Spanish fleet.
.It is believed here that the Span
ish Cape de Verde fleet has run away
from Sampson. It is reported to have
arrived safely at Cadiz.General
Miles and his entire staff leave this
evening for Tampa.
Havana, May 9.—Blanco ha3 cabled
for supplies and provisions.
Port au Prince, May te.—Reported
that two American war ships are at Mole
St. Nicholas and a Spanish war ship
watching outside. This announcement
not fully credited.
Washington, May n.—The way is
clear for action in Cuba, now that the
Spanish squadron are known to be at
Cadiz. Administration, however, be
lieve it will be necessary to send Ameri
can navy across the Atlantic after the
Spaniards. Capt. Allen of schooner
Alert and many fi_h :rmen report heavy
cannonading at Cape Lookout at 10
o'clock yesterday. There were 47 shots
Leading diplomats of foreign
nations talk of urging Spain to make
overtures of peace and relinqu'shment
of Cuba and payment of war indemnity.
Admiral Dewey will hold the Philippines
until the indemnity is paid.Mob
burned huge grain warehouses at Ha
vana. The cruiser Charleston ordered
to leave San Francisco today with
ammunition and supplies for Dewey.
Madrid, May 11.—Cortes voted war
budget. _
Off Havana, May 11.—Blanco is
fortifying all points along the coast, es
tablishing telegraph stations and pre
paring to defend Cuba.
Tacoma. May 11.—First batallion
Washington regulars leave this morning
on the steamer for San Francisco. Bat
tery A, of Spokane, two Seattle and one
North Yakima Co's go under Lieut-Col.
Fife. Two batteries go Friday.
London, May 11.—Dispatches from
M ilan say Italian bread riots growing
more serious. Rebels are beseiging Mi
lan. Two hundred killed Sunday, more
killed Monday and still more killing
Monday evening.
Camp Mobile, May 11.—Wholesale
attempt to poison troops by putting
arsenic in the drinking water supply.
St. Johns, May 11.—15 American
fishing vessels decided to abandon fish
ing off Grand Banks for fear of Spanish
Cruisers.
NEW York, May 11.—The naval
board saya: The Spanish sqadron has
returned to Spain and Spain has lost
hopes of effectively resisting the loss of
Cuba. Sampson's fleet will be brought
back to take part in the invasion of
Cuba. Spain is said to be preparing an
expedition against Dewey. This is con
sidered a bluff, for Spain needs all the
soldiers she can muster to support the
dynasty at home
era will not be accepted in the United
States volunteers.Congress is di
vided as to whether we shall sell or hold
the Philippine Islands.
fired
Cigarette smok
Tacoma, May ll.—Two Co's from
Spokane and two from Seat 1 le left here
at 2:30 p. m. on steamer Senator lor
San Francisco.
New York, May 11—The Philippine
rebel king has ordered his followers to
obey Dewey. Killing still going on in
outlying districts. Wealthy Philippine
families swearing allegiance to the U. S.
.It is now doubtful if the Spanish
squadron has returned to Spain. Capt.
Dorst, who left Tampa yesterday, made
a successful landing in Cuba, about 50
miles from Havana.
Washington, May 11—The Spanish
minister is packing up, preparatory to
leaving Canada.
Madrid. May 12.—Special from Mad
rid saya; It is officially declared Spain
2x1
Schillings Best baking
powder ought to sell foe
twice as much as the next
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has no intention of allowing Dewey to
rest on his laurels; 4ooo reserves ordered
out
to be sent to the Philippines.
San Francisco, May 12.—Gen. Wes
ley Merritt appointed Governor-General
! of Philippines and will establish his po
I sitiou as such at Manila as sooti as pos
i sible.
.1 will join formidable expedition
j
j London, May 12—Spanish govern
" iem < \ e , n,ands , Z 'f?. 000 - 000 to carry
war - ^ Ia J not get 11
patch from Madrid: Admiral lknmjo.
«'^ter of Mar.ne denies that Cape de
' en,e lltet returned to Cadiz ....
tooo arrested. 6o° kdled and iooo wound
ed at . Milan riot. Revolution declared
imminent. Gen. \\ es ey Merritt to
command army m Philippines. Prob
ably be made a Governor-General
Special dis
Tampa
by the senate,
against a bond issue and for $150,000,000
greenbacks
mirai .
move by last of week, either to Tampa
or San Francisco for embarkation to
Philippines or Cuba. Nothing heard
from Sampson's squadron.
abouts of Cape de Verde fleet also tin
known. U. S. expects startling de
velopments in two or three days.
Agent at Tampa from Gen. Gomez army
says ^ubaEa
put into fimf
need guns and ammunition,
is
at
10
is
es
pre
Bat
one
Mi
fish
has fellow,
lost
of
of
an
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the
the
di
hold
Washington, D. C., Mav 12—Gen.
Miles ami staff leave this afternoon for
Four revenue bills reported
Finance committe is
.Dewey made Rear Ad
All volunteers ordered to
Where
have 25,000 armed men to
ft and 15,000 more who ouly
Havana, May ia.—Four American
vessels opened fire onCienfuegos and at
tempted to land men and arms iu barges.
Spanish troop, assisted by fort, drove off
invaders,
cable station,
frustrated. Rumored that Americans
lost heavily. Spaniards lost 14 wound
ed. Above dispatch sent by Blanco.
St. Thomas, May 12.—Wild panic in
Porto Rico. People crazed at prospect
of bombardment.
American guns destroyed
Second attempt also
Key West, May 12.—In an engage
ment near Matanzas yesterday in which
the cruiser Wilmington, torpedo boat
Winslow and auxiliary Hudson were en
gaged, one officer and three men were
killed and several wounded. The Hud
son has arrived here with the bodies.
Capt. Bernard, of the Winslow, was
wounded in the leg.
Elk City Items.
Mr. Child, of Badger, came in
today.
Edmund Janssen. of the Ameri
can hill, left for Lewiston today.
Mr. Dickey, superintendent of
the Buffalo hill, was quite sick this
Several men have left town and
gone to th% prairie until more work
is in operation.
Mr. Mooney is quite sick. Dr.
was called to see him
twice in the last four days.
Lawrence Bros, are running the
American hill sawmill. Mr. Birin
ingfiain is expected in today.
Mr. Giles says if anyone should
ask about the Cleveland just tell
them that we have amine there.
Crooked river, whore he has been
overseeing work lor 1. U. McEutee.
Tom Pauli, our new restaurant
man, is making a success of the
business. Tom is a
Will*
Chas.
is up from
genial good!'
...

here are anxious for orders to go
to the front, where they can take a
hand in the fighting.
n h
The militia hoys that
are in
P. II. McEutee, accompanied by
Miss Bertha Stoltz arrived home
last Friday. Miss Stoltz goes to
work for Sirs. Anderson.
Mr. Burke, it Cripple Creek man
from Dixie, accompanied by Dun
Fitzgerald, paid us a visit yester
day and returned today.
Chesebro and Bauer have a good
A
Dick Thomas arrived home from
his trip through the eastern states
looking fine and very much ini
proved iu health. Dick says the
company will surely have a 10
stamp mill on the Cleveland this
from
here
lor
to
in
S.
50
to
tiling on Deadwood mountain.
12 foot ledge that will mill 815 .
and two feet that goes 8250. How
is that for a ledge?
Mr Britt, of Cripple Creek, Colo
ratio who lia» been in Dixie the
il, „,„1 tl, m ,,„l, 1,,«.
past month, passed through In ri
OU his way hack home, where he
will interest moneyed Jieople ill
this camp. He will return the lout
Ot tins mon 111.
season.
Elk City, May 8, 1H08.
Subscribe for the old relia
. ,
ble b kee Press and get the
latest reliable war news for
only $z per year.
REPORT OF VILLAGE CLERK.
HAM' YEAR ENDING APRIL 30, 189S.
Shaw- Borden & Co., city books, (118 50
W K Bunnell, salary, 21 10
R F Fulton, salary and rent, 24 10
John Riggins, sal as marshal 60 00
A F Parker, prtg ord. and lien's 34 64
J W Henderson, wk on walks 1 00
C F ltrown, lumber for walks 4 50
J W Henderson, pt pmt jail contr 50 00
W I) Robbins, gal night watch
II Wax, 3 Yale locks for jail
W K Bunnell, salary clerk
J T Riggins, salary marshal
R F Fulton, salary attorney
W K Graham, chairs for jail
Geo Riggimqsasst night watch
A A Leullen, asst night Watch
M van Winkle •* "
H Markham, " "
E W Oliver, bell for jail
J Greenfield, asst night watch
Isaac Cannon, *• "
J P Turner, " "
J W Henderson, bal jail contr
A F Parker, prt, wood, rt jail lot
J W Henderson, bldg wk to jail
J W Shannon, run'g grade lines
J T Kiggins, lair spe night watch
W E Graham, pillows for jail
J T Riggins, marshal sal, ext wk 63 90
R F 1'ulton, sal and rent for Jan. 19 16
W E Bunnell, sal and stationery 18 66
I F S Merrill, dog tags
John Norwood, sal to Feb 5,
\V E Graham, rebate on liense
II C Johnson, bal on night watch
Cy Overman, " "
J B Crooks. " "
Alexander & Freidenrich, stove,
stove pipe, etc,
W E Bunnell, sal for Feb.
R F Fulton sal and room rent
J W Bonebrake, just & jury fees
J T Riggins, sal as mar, ext wk
H C Johnson, sal as night watch
Floyd Church, " ''
Hank of C. P., order B W Jarrett
for warrant,
J W Henderson, rep walks
J \V Henderson, bl'd out h'se for jl 22 70
A C Lanniughara, hauling for st
A F Parker, printing ordnes
W E Bunnell, sal and stationery
A Robinson, painting sign
R F Fulton, sal and room rent
A F Parker, prtg, lot rent for jail 15 00
John Riggins, sal and ext wk
Vollmer & Scott, blnkts & qlts jl
Floyd Church, sal night watch
Chus Brown, lumber for walks
IÎ A Day, servs as elk election
Levi Magee " "
A J Turner, " dis elk electn
John Byrom " const at election
J \V Shannon, judge at election
James Edwards, " "
K W White,
I W Shannon, for surveying
Flovd Church, asst night watch
F D Yansise, fixing brd'g & sign
J W Murphy, fixing hell for jail
5
at 50
4 5°
16 66
60 00
20 16
2 00
4 00
8 00
2 00
6 00
8 00
4 00
6 00
2 00
165 00
23 47
18 66
24 5°
9 75
2 OO
6 50
22 62
3 00
13 37
28 38
13 37
10 75
16 66
18 16
34 45
66 00
60 00
60 00
to
>3 36
lu 30
12 50
16 41
18 66
6 50
17 66
de
to
66 60
10 00
60 00
>7 79
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
5
to
tin
de
2 00
3 50
2 00
for
is
$'503 H
32 25
Ad
to
Total amount of licences issued
from Dec. I, to April 30, to the
marshal, and by him turned in
to treasurer.
Total amount of dog tags issued
and turned in to marshal ....
There has been received by the
treasurer of the Village of
Orangeville from the Co treas
at Mt. Idaho, the following
amounts due the Village of
Grangcville:
J'™- 5* *98, from Co Treas.
Feb 23, '98, from Co Treas
Feb 28, '98, from Co Treas
Apr 27, '98, from Co Treas
The following has been collect
ed for arrests in the Village of
Grangcville:
Jan'y 31, '98, 3 Fines.
Feb'y 1, " Fines.
$ 656 86
21 00
to
,$ 190 00
163 80
. 130 00
50 00
at
off
in
also
8 50
5 00
5 00
5 00
10 00
3 00
April 14, '98 "
" 16, •* "
" 3°. "
SUMMARY.
Warrants 2, II, 3t, 39, 50, favor
of W E Bunnell.
Warrants 3, 13, 30, 40, 52. favor
of R F Fulton.
Warrants 4, 12. 27, 29, 42, 54, fa
vor of J T Riggins .
Warrants 5, 24, 49, 53, favor of
A F Parker.
Warrants 6, 9, 23, 25, 46, 47, fa
fj W Henderson.
Warrants 9, 15. 16, 17, 18, 20, 21,
22, 27, 35, 36, 37. 43- 44. 66,
lor extra services and services
as night watch.
Warrants 58, 59, 60, 61, 62.63,64,
salary judges and clerks at
village election.
boat
en
was
f 9174
99 24
89 52
267 66
in
.... 240 37
of
this
and t ta %°" e S^heîS^ôr consideration of
work board one ordiuance.
There has been field by the B >ard of
Trustees 30 meetings.
28 00
There has been drawn and published
28 ordinances.
There has been drawn and laid on the
Dr.
him
W. E. Bunnell, Clerk.
Revised Roster "Company C.'
the ,. . . . .
i. ° t win K to , omissions in the
Inst week, and several new
! enlistments at Cottonwood,
tell I we publish herewith a revised
land complete roster of Com
pany C, 1. N. G.
been have n0 ot fi cia j knowledge it
. 1 .,..;, „ 1 .. ...iti.j ,i.„i
the j !
from
While
wc
seems conclusively settled that
they will he detailed for duty
good!' 11 l * lc Philippine Islands.
Murphy, JW...
... 1 Castle, L.
— 1 Hartman, R H .
go Amts, Frank
a MoPennid. H M
w"°, rr ' 1! l t.
Me Lean, F
Holz, Henry
.Captain
.... First Lieutenant
..Second Lieutenant
McKenzie, Fred
Wood, J A
Cook, W E '
Collar, Bert
•Créa, Di k
Beck, Fred
Byrom, Jas
•ligeler, Ludwig
Jones, W H
Jones, Joe
-Murray, M L
Pearson, W H
•Rothwell, W C
•Tracy, Wm J.
•Worden John
•Giles, Henry
+Cook. Ed
•Goodwin, Fred
•Smith. J W
•Eller, Bunker
in
by
home
to
•Urea, Bol
•Bork, Kd
Bloom, Wm
G nves, James
man
Dun
Jo:,e>. Joseph
M.mey, Wm
.Mc Ke-,
•Pearson, F R
Smith, Chas
good \\- , r den, Frank
A 1 •Poeue, II H
•Collins, Forest
•Straehan.J A
•Anderson, H A
! »Merritt, Guy
from »I. ibash, A J
states ;
ini- N off R BAL ES
the I AT EAT PRIVATE SALE,
10
this
815 .
How
Under authoiity of an order of sale
granted by the Probate Court of the
l ounty of Idaho. State of Idaho, dated
Mav 12, 1898,1 will sell at private sale
Colo- the following described real estate,
the namely: l/>ts five and six in block G,
1,,«. in Hall's addition to the t-.wn of Grange
ri ,ji c lnsa „i Idaho county, Idaho, to
he getl.er with all improvements thereon
ill ami all the right* and privileges belong
lout S^day' ofM.y^î
and bids will be received at the office of
G o. M. Robertson, Mt. Idaho, Idaho,
Terms of Sale: Cash, Twenty per
cent, of bid payable Oil day of sale, bal
mice on confirmation of sale by the Pro
the 1)ate court,
for
Geo M. Robkrtson,
Administrator of the Estate of
Lodicy Smith, deceased. J
Dated May 12, 1898.
52
A War öd Prices.
A Merry War
'Cut and Slash' is tb Slogan.
WE INVITE CRITICAL COMPARISONS. The Economical Bargain
Hunter is ever welcome; it is he who knows and appreciates values; it is he
who buys from us and rejoices in so doing. This spring we offer you a
chance to get more value for a dollar than ever before. We acknowledge
competition. The SIMPLE, PLAIN TALK of the mighty dollar is our great
argument.
no
»
New This Week!
A Fine Line of
Millinery Goods, Trimmed and untrimmed Hats, Sailors,
Walking Hats Flowers and Ribbons.
Gall and See Us.
1ST"A Magnificent Stock of Dry Goods now being impacted.
Sole Agents Butterick Patterns
BARGAIN STORE CD. LTD.
00
00
00
50
00
Originators of Low Prices on Camas Prairie.
I
Harpster Happenings.
Weather fine.
Business improving.
Mining interests growing.
Ranchers are gettiug along nice
ly seeding.
Mr. Murray, of Orangeville, was
a visitor Saturday.
O. B. Kinkaid is out from Di*io
spending a few days.
Jack Conley of Dixie is stopping
at the Harpster hotel.
Oscar Maxwell's smiling face was
seen here the past week.
Mrs. Saraii Clark is visiting lier
son, Wm. Clark, this week.
Mr. and-Mrs. C. M. Day were
visiting Harpster Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Maxey, of Orange
ville, were in Harpster Saturday.
Joe Hoffman, of Cottonwood, is
is stopping a few days at Harpster.
Messrs. Abbott and Parmenter,
of Spokane, are stopping here a
few days en route to Elk city.
"^It is reported that Bridgeport
will have a newspaper and also a
telephone line in the near future.
Mrs. Isaac Ternan started for
Toronto, Canada, May 1, whçre
site will visit relatives this summer.
Peter Provost and partner, of
Coeur d'Alene, outfitted at O'Ban
non & Clark's with a summer' sup
plies to be used in developing
mining properties on Big creek.
Harry Badgers, of Spokane, on
account of poor health is stopping
a few days at the Harpster hotel
to recuperate, when he will pro
ceed to Dixie, where he has mining
interests.
A number of Grangcville people
were in Bridgeport during the past
week, aud expressed themselves as
being Highly pleased, and desired
to invest in the coming town of
Idaho county—Bridgeport.
Mrs. P. L. O'Bannon started
east May 1, where she will visit
friends and relatives in Missouri,
North and South Carolina, and
Virginia. Mr. O'Bannon accom
panied lier to Lewiston.
I
Water was turned through the
High Bar ditch Monday; every
thing works nicely. This property
bids fair to he one of -the best on
the river. The High Bar
consists of four claims, High Bar, J
Millie, Etta and Prosperity, so
acres all told. It is supposed to j
he an old river bed about 300 feet
above the present river channel, i
. ... 1 ,
\\ ater is taken from Butcher creek
by a ditcli and flume over 700 rods
long, with a pressure or fall of 100
feet above the bar. The gravel is
from four to 12 feet deep and pros
pects from top to bottom.
BIDS FOR WOOD WANTED.
Notice is hereby given that the Board
of Trustees of Grangeville Independent
School District No. 2, will receive sealed
bids for turnisbing said diitr ict thirty
cords of wood and that said bids will be
considered May 23,.1898. Wood to con
| s ist of red fir and tamarack and to be
| delivered ant ricked up on school
grounds on or before the first day of
August 1898. Cash to be paid upon
completion of delivery and acceptance
by the Board. All bids should be in the
hands of clerk by 7 o'clock p. m , May
23. The Board reserving the right to
reject all bids. By order ot the Board,
;—J F. Ailshie, Clerk.
! TEACHER'S EXAMINATION.
I Notice is hereby piven that the regu
lar quarterly examination of applicants
desiring 10 teach in the schools of Idaho
county will be held at the office of the
undersigned at the court house, Mt,
Idaho, Idaho, on May 26 and 27, com
mencing at 9 o'clock a. ni.
W. N. Scales,
Co. Supt. Schools.
J
149-52
I NOTICE TO SCHOOL TRUSTEES.
I have scut out to the respective dis
tricts a full supply of blanks, including
election blanks, census reports and an
nual reports of trustees. The election
will be held on the first Monday in June
(this year June 6). I insist that the cen
sus reports and the annual reports of
trustees be sent to this office on time,
otherwise I will bold the apportionment
of any district failing to do this, as it is
impossible for me to make my report to
the State Superintendent unless I h ve
these reports. The annual report of
trustees must be full and complete, as
shown by blanks and as required by
law.
is
a
a
of
on
as
of
W. N. Scales,
Co. Supt,
Dated May II, 1898.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Ofeice at Lewiston, Idaho)
May 4, 1898. f
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing-named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup
I port of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before ClerK District Court
at Mt. Idaho, Idaho, on June 18, 1898,
viz: James A Goodwin, for heirs Nancy
J. Goodwill, deceased, for tile se)^ seX
sec 28, and e>6 nejf sec 33, twp 31, N R
4, E. B. M.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation ot said land, viz:
Gilbert H. Farris, John E. Beede,
James Dickerson, of Harpster, Idaho;
W. B. Nolan, of Clearwater, Idaho.
B. F. MORRIS, Register.
50-3
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho,
May 5, 1898.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler lias filed notice of his
intention to make fin d proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof
made before Clerk District Court at Mt.
Idaho, Idaho, on June 18, 1898. viz:
John O'Brien, for the ej^ swj^, sec 24,
twp 31, N. R. 4, E. B. M.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
.Gilbert N. Lamore, Henry R. Calder,
Robert T, Fly
11 lie
nn, James Campbell, all
of Clearwater. Idaho.
B F Morris, Register.
50-3
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho,)
May 5, 1898. j
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing named settler has filed notice
of his intention to make final proof in
support of bis claim, aud that said proof
will be made before clerk District
Court at Mt. Idatto, Idah >, on June 18,
1898, viz: James Campbell, for the s)4
sw^.swX seIG sec 25, and neg nwX,
sec 8, twp 31, N R 5, E B M.
He names the following witnesses to
prove bis continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
Gilbert N. Lamore, Henry R. Calder,
Robert T. Flynn, John O'B'ien, all of
Clearwater, Idaho.
50 3
I
B. F. Morris, i
Register. j
placer___
J COUNTY WARRANTS REDEEMED.
so Notice is hereby given that the fol
to j lowing county warrants will be paid
presentation to the county treasurer at
i hisoffice in Ml Idaho, Idaho to-wit:
, Warrants No. 79 to ioi inclustve; cur
rent expense 1898 fund.
Warrants No. 109 to 128 inclusive;
general road 1S98 fund.
on
is
G ko, M. Robertson,
Co Treas.
Dated April 18, 1898.
HARNESS : AND s SADDLES
I have opened a saddle and har
ness shop east of J. Pfoufer'a
store, and respectfully
solicit a share of this
public patronage.
be
be
of
the
to
K«'|mtrlii|g 1'romptly Done.
.LKW I# Bl'KNGLKK
2
Ladies and Gentlemen.—There
rre still a few choice residence lots
left on the beautiful Meadow
street and will he sold cheay.
Geo. Sehmadeka.
Free Press, $2 per year.
Orangeville, Idaho.
-Wholesale aud Retail Dealers iu
General Merchandise.
MD
Agricultural Implements.
THE BANK OF GRANGEVILLE !
VOLLMER, SCOTT & CO.,
Orange ville,
Idahc
RESOURCES
$ 500,000
All Business intrusted to us will have prompt and careful Attention
PRICE LIST OF LEGAL BLANKS.
Warranty Deeds.
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W. GEO, SUREST!,
w. F. SCHMADEKA,
— AGENT.—
Grange v ille,
Ido.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. *
Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho,)
April 18, 189S. )'
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler h»s filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before the Clerk Disl Court st Mt.
Idaho, Idaho, on May 28, 1898. viz: Gil
bert II. Farris, for the s )4 sw,Vf, nej^
sw jf and s» >4 se#, sec 27, twp'31, N R
4. E 11 M
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, '
Charles M.
viz:
Fagan, James Douglas,
Samuel Douglas, Isaac Ternan, sll of
Clearwater, Idaho county, Idaho.
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Will stand for the season at the
BOSS BARN, Grangeville, Idaho.
Said Jack is of Imported stock,
good build, beau tiful color, and is
fifteen hands high.
Terms: To insure $10, one-half at
close of season, balance when mare
is known to lie with foal;by the sea
son, *7 .50, payable at close of season;
single service $5, payable at time of
service. Good pasturage. Pedigree
can be seen at barn.
1) R ATHERTON. Grangeville, Ida.
Jerome Crispin, Agent.
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