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A. F. Parker, notary public. Harvest gloves at Wade's. Beat coffee in town at Wade's. Brown & Reed, insurance agents Cigars at wholesale at Wade's. New shoes at the Bargain Store. week. aw;iy jacket chance lar euricli. received of swilled double best will before Cash Fircj insurance, Parker & Y oung. Reliable insurance. Brown & Reed. Surety bonds executed here. Brown & Reed. Brown & Reed have 17 insurance companies. Save $ 8 S $ by buying your harvest supplies at Wade's. A full line of Monarch spectacles at Dunlap's, the jeweler. bushels Cy swine Il to l'erce x40. is state The leading house ou (lents Furnishing Goods, B. B. Store. peaches, pears and all kinds of fresh fruit at Wade's. Sew lines of jewelery are con stantly being received nt Dunlap's. All grocers sell coffee, but when want the best go to Wade's. Swift's and Armour's premium ham and bieakfast bacon at Wade's. New you Hods and^ reels of every make and price at the Right Drug Store Harvest gloves, the kind that aud always keep soft at wear Wade's. Watermelons, cantelopes, ba uanas, oranges and lemons at Wade's. c. Candies, nuts, gums, oranges, lemons and cigars, wholesale at Wade's. The finest line of Candies,Fruits aud Cigars can always he had at the Bon Bon. smith great crops also aud ous oui port the and Furs, furs, the latest arrivals are now being shown at Alexander K Freidenrich. Don't look like a tramp but go to ' 1 Hogan the Barber ' ' and get fixed up like a gentleman. o3 Delicons chocolate and bon bon The famous "Palm" creams. kind, at the Right Drug Store. Machine oil, oilers, belting,forks and everything for the harvest; prices right, at H. vt II. Hardware Co. i n Windows, doors, shingli fact, everything for the building are lowest at H. & H. Hardware Co's. Haying forks, carriers, ropes, pulleys and machine oils are our strong line now. II. & 11. Hard ware Co. Fresh, new rubber hose going at a sacrifice at our store just to clean out our stock, ware Co. Our assortment of sure Trout catching (lies cannot he excelled, are And they're cheap too. Drug Store Young America plays ball, have everything in the line of base ball goods and are selling way below cost. Right Drug Store. The most fashionable weaves in dress goods will he cheerfully shown you this week at Alexand er & Freidenrich. Draught beer always on tap at the Oregon saloon, opposite the Wiltse House, for 5 cents a glass. Beer supplied in any quantity for family use. tf. Gentlemen you can be dressed as if though, you came out of the most up to date tailor shop at Alexander &• Freidenrich. Ladies if you want a nice shoe get a pair of Barton Bros. o\\A make. They will please you. B. B. C. Store. The oyster season is now <>n and Olymnia fresh oysters can be had at the Jersey House grill room. Open all night. We are receiving our second ear of cedar shingles for this and they are the best lot that ever came here. Get our prices. II■ & Hardware Co. H. & H. Hanl era. Right of of We a ii ilreps of season the old reliable Stites Dr. McCftllie, dentist, will practice in Tuesday of each week, Kooskia each Wednesday and Kamiah the balance of his time. Oct-23 The Big Buffalo Cash store does a wholesale and retail business. We have the goods and the price. We can save you money. Let us show you. Big Buffalo Cash store. Reason why we have a growing Largest shoe ! business in shoes, store in the city, latest styles, low Polite and prompt at B. B. Cash est price, tention at all times. Store. Ladies' Peau 'd Soie silk taffeta, eteamine, voil and all the dress silk, leading weaves, made up in skirtH. This week 10 per cent re duction at Alexander & Freiden ricb. The young lady of today can j dress to the height of perfection, i You owe it to yourself to examine the finest line of ladies' and misses i"*"** *» Al.x.uder A is the Our Our harness department leading feature of the day. workmanship is of the highest standard and if j'ou want a No. 1. hand-made harness, order at the Big Buffalo Cash store. leave your Read the free offer of Alexander rreideurich advertisement this week. They A . - going to give aw;iy choice of ;my suit of clothes, •vereoat, lady's tailor made suit, jacket or dress pattern. You get a chance on two with every one dol lar purchase at Alexander & Freid euricli. are . The Saddles, Saddles—H ave just received the latest, up-to-date line of saddles with the latest improved swilled body, Nelson steel fork, double rawhide covered trees, the best saddles to wear ou earth. It will pay you to see these saddles before they- arc all gone. It is a pleasure to show these goods. B. B. Cash Store. After and many and health is to kidney liver is vomiting, of spirits. to cold, the terrible worry, tormented To half recommend the the restore the the the the neuralgic gives Celery lishing the Tolo items Overman Bros, harvested 10,000 bushels of champion crop. Cy Lee had a horse bitten by a rattlesnake last week. Sweet and in-ton took a herd of swine to Seattle last week. Il I'. Church has sold his ranch to his brother Sam. Jo. F Pomeroy am 1 family of lvamiah are visiting relatives, and ineidently taking in the street fair. Sam Kennedy accompanied his brother-in-law, Sam Neil, to Nez l'erce on his return trip to Iowa. Mrs. Barkley of Lewiston is teaching the Lake school. Messrs Arbogast and Cowan are building the new school house—'24 x40. They have the frame up. Lee has two Haddock yearlings whose combined weight is 21U0 lbs. Who can beat them? Hube Overman returned to the state university last week. gram this y —the color as mond We will Send c. i>. I cows, dry shape. Iuquire ville, Denver Items. D. H. Kube has rented the H. Faulkins ranch. S. K. Dmui has rented a black smith shop at Westlake. Miss Beatrice Ellenwood left for Spokane this week to study music. The threshing crews are making great headway in the tremendous crops that were harvested in this vicinity. bought 2700 acres last fall has just completed harvesting 1200 acres of grain, barley and llax and has over 35,000 bushels in his granaries. He also cut over 1000 tons of wheat aud timothy hay. His tremend ous crop, for oue man to own, speaks volumes for the fertility of oui soil and the future of our country. All of our farmers re port exceptional large yields and Camus Prairie ought to carry away the prize this year in both quantity and quality for her cereals and the prosperous condition of her farm NOTICE In state lu the au bate Idaho, matter the ject lowing Lots ville, Mr. Win. Mulhall who Bear Idaho, mine field States which States Boise, mine ties office, ing, state the the cent, and quite a number of land buyers are circulating in town at present. at as at had ear ever & sale era. The N. P Mine. Nate Pettibone, general manager of the N. P. group of claims at Newsome, was in town last week and hud with him a partial result of the first three days run of a two stamp mill on their property. I'cttibonc has been working nine the mine during the sum In state In ris, an bate Idaho, blk ton; 6 10 sell ana sec 1 Mr. men on mer and has obtained a most sat isfactory result. mill in order to make a mill the work progressed and liuds that by so doing he will be able to pay operating expenses from the product of the mine. As a partial result of the first run they find that they are saving about 835 from the ore milled. Mr. Pettibone and his associates have a good property and expect to have a dividend paying mine out He put in a two stamp teat as E N lots and erty A. of d( ii ton 80011 of it. Must Attend Institute. County Supt. Klsensohn is send ing the following letter to all teachers who failed to attend county teacher's institute: "You are respectfully requested to fully inform this office why you did not comply with the provisions of section 2, page 58, 1903 school laws of Idaho, by failing to attend the county teachers institute held at Graugeville, Aug. 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28, 1903, and why you should not be cited to appear in person and show cause why your • certificate should not be re 1N the does us y ou I yoked." ,, . . The law requires all teachers to and Mr. Elsen attend institutes söhn intends to see that the law is enforced. your property. SELL shoe a largo dei froin the east We are expecting egatiou of farmers this summer with a view of locat ing here. If you want to sell your ! farm or town property coine in and list it with us. « Minn., Iowa, & Dakota Laud Company, low at Cash a I I the dress re Graugeville, Idaho. For Sale. saw-mill and can j Big bargain in <y 00 d i planer, g°°J lin j ranch j market or '""ber; good ^anch, ; 20 tons of hav. log team an ag _ Mto-££ bargain in the country, ticulars call on or address, J. O. Leyander Goff, Idaho. All Best For par the ! Our j | 1. your Pure lard at Wade's. A WORD TO FAR» TOILERS. KMate Notice "•i" 1 tving sldeuce, after notice, Hated dee . PAINE S CELERY COMPOUND . to The Home Friend of the Farmer and His Family. Notice tration ceased, -Nth Idaho against » ine iaho, first forever After the labors and toils of the summer time, and harvesting of crops in tire early autumn, many of our fanneis their wives, »laughters, and sons, find themselves in a condition of health demanding careful attention if suffeiing is to be avoided later on. Many experience kidney trouble in some form; with some the liver is torpid; there is biliousness, nausea, and vomiting, with loss of appetite apd depression of spirits. 1 housands w ho have been exposed to cold, damp winds anil rains while toiling in the harvest fields, now feel the twinges of terrible rheumatism; others run down by worry, overwork, and irregular dieting, are tormented with the pangs of dyspepsia. To the thousands of run down, sickly, and half dead men and women in farm homes we recommend with all honesty and confidence the worker's friend, Faine's Celery Compound, the only medicine that can quickly end fully restore strength to the weak body and vigor to the muscles. Faine's Celery Compound tones the stomach; it removes poisonous acids from the blood which cause rheumatism; it feeds the weak and diseased nerves and banishes neuralgic tortures; it purifies the blood and gives true vitality and life. The use of Faine's Celery Compound in autumn means the estab lishing of a perfect physical vigor to withstand the rigors of a severe winter. in i This Flint A Notice County the Idaho, llth, Issued NOTICE an bate ho, matter the will by scribed An and quarter lange The day at the Idaho. The making sale K. F. DIAMOND DYES forchUdren'a cloth«« ar« most serviceable. They color jackets, costs, capes, ribbons, stockings, as well as dresses. No other dyes equal Dia mond Dyes In variety of I they never nt. We have a special department of advice, nnd will answer free any question« about dyeing. Send sample of goods when poaslble. Direction book and 45 dyed eamplcs free. DIAMOND DYES, Burlington, Vt. For Sale. I have a very fine line of stock cows, beef steers, milch cow* and dry cows for sale. Stock in fine shape. Will sell cheap for cash. Iuquire soon of Geo. S. Schmad eka.,(of Long Hollow,) Grange ville, Idaho. F. of of 42-tf NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE AND MINE AT PRIVATE SALE. probate court of Nez Perce county, Idaho. C. In the state of lu the matter of the estate of John Clark, de Notice is hereby given, that In j au order of sale made and entered ursuance of by tin* pro bate court of the county oi Nez Perce, state of Idaho, oil the 28th day of Sept., A. D. 1903, in the matter of the estate of John Clark, deceased, the uudersigned will sell at private sale, sub ject to the confirmation by said court, the fol lowing described real estate and mine, to-wit: Lots 9 and 1« in block 2, in the city of Orange ville, Idaho county, state of Idaho; Also the iniug claim situated Office R. Bear Track Lode Florence mining district, Idaho county state Idaho, for a more particular description of said mine reference is hereby made to the official field notes of the official plat of the United States mineral survey, No. 1517 of said mine, which Plat is on file in the office of the United States surveyor general for the state of Idaho, at Boise, Idaho. Final proof for patent for said mine has been made. Written bids for the purchase of said proper ties will be received by the undersigned at his office, room 10, Lewiston National bank build ing, in the city of Lewiston. Nez Perce county, state of Idaho, or may be filed with the clerk of the above entitled court up to aud including the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., Saturday the 17th of Octobar, 1V03, at which time or thereafter the 111 be made. Terms of sale; Cash, twenty per cent, 20 per cent, of bids payable at time of sale, balance <>f purchase price payable on confirmation of sale and delivery of deeds. , Dated at Lewiston, Idaho, September 28, 190;.. Daniel Nkkuham, Administrator of the Estate of John Clark, Deceased. : sale H. notice of bale of real estate at PRIVATE 8AIE. probate court of Nex Perce comity, at two nine In the state of 1- -, In the matter of the estate of Benjamin r . Mor ris, deceased. Notlt^e is hereby given, that in pursuance of an order of sale made and euter«*d by the pro bate court of the county of Nez Perce, state of Idaho, on the 28th day of Bept, A I). 1903, iu the matter of the estate of Benjamin F. Morris, de ceased, the undersigned will sell at private sale subject to the confirmation by said court, the following described real estate, to-xvit: The undivided % interest in lots 9 and 10 in blk 14 of Morris addition to the city of Lewis ton; the undivided interest in lots 3, 4, f> and 6 of block 3 in Holcomb's 1st subdivision of lot 10 of acres in the city of Lewiston. And the folloxving described real estate in Idaho county, state of Idaho, to-xvit: YM w 1 ™ sec 3, twp 80, 1 E U M., e' a bo 1 ., sell sec 34, twp 31, 1 E B M., sxv 1 ; and liwj ana e'^ nw'i all in »ecj34 txvp 31.1 K B M., uxv* sec 1, 1 E B M., ne? * aud ne% ue% sec 2 twp 1 W B M., se*4 se!4 sec 35 twp 82, 1 W B M . interest iu 30 acre« in «wk swJ-4 sec 2 twp 30. - id 30 acres is in do J. Mr. sat mill and be from a they 835 Mr. have out two SW*4 Hi E B M., record title to , . „ , cedent; also lots 12 3 and 4 aud e*-«, of lot .» N of N street ail in block 2 of original town of Graugeville; blocks C and D Lewiston add. to town of Graugeville; lots 15 and IG iu blk B of Schemudika'8 2nd addition to Graugeville, and lots 56 7 and 8 in block B N W addition to Graugeville. au»l lot 1 in blk 108 and lots 1G, 17 and 18 of block 136 in toxvn of Denver, Idaho county, Idaho. Written bids for the purchase of said prop erty will be received by the undersigned at the office of Dr J. B. Morris, room 1, Lewiston Na tional bank building, iu the city of Lewiston, or may be filed with the clerk of the above en titled court up to and including the hour of 2 o'clock p. m , Tuesday, the 20th day of October, A. D. 1908. The sale will be made thereafter. Term« of sale: Cash, ten per cent, 10 per cent of purchase price payable at time of sale, bal ance on confirmation of sale and delivery of d( Dated at Lewistbn, Idaho. Sept.. 28, 1903. Harriet F. Morris J. B. Morris Administrators of the estate of Benjamin F. Morris, deceased 80011 send all you school attend held 26, you in your re probate court of Idaho COUNTY, STATE OF IDAHO. In the matter of tbe estate of Thomas McLeod, ^Catherine McLeod, the administratrix of the estate of Thomas McLeod, deceased, having filed hor petition herein praying for an order of sale of or contracting for future sale of all min g property belonging to said estate of sala de cedent, for the purpose therein set forth, it is therefore ordered by the fudge of said court, that all persons Interested in the estiite of said deceased appear before the said probate court on Monday, the 28th day of September, 19M. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the court room of said probate court, at the city of Grangeville, in said county of Idaho, to show cause why an order should n»»t be granted to the «aid administratrix to sell or contract for much of the real estate—initt 1N THE . to Elsen In is fntuio .ale of- ... , „„ lue propertv—of the taid deceaned. 1 Unman McLeod, as shaR be necessary; aud that u copy oi this order bepnhll.hed at least three suc cessive weeks iu the Idaho County Free Frcss, printed and published la said dei east locat your in a newspaper county. Dated Bept 3, 1903. First pub Bept 3 Last Pfib Sept 24 H. Taylor, Probate Judge, ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE. In the Probate Court oi Idaho County, State In Une matter of th. catate of John Park, do lt appearing to thl. court by the petition this day presented and tiled by Geo. M. Robertson, the administrator of the estate of John Park, deceased, that It la necessary to sell the whole or some portion of the real entate of anirt decod eut to pay the debts of decedent, and the cx Dense» and charges of administration. H i* therefore ordered by this court that all persons interested in the estate of said decedent court at the court house, in the city of Granne ville county of Idaho, state of Idaho, to show cause why an order should not be crauted to I ^J?thedéceJenta« e bhali m bc necessary? and that a'copy o?thU older bo published at loam .5.;.teneuive weeks in tiie Idaho County ».HO "pressa newspaper printed and published I ,nimlie Ini»atd county end state. l uatèd ! lhis the 26th day of Aukost. 1903. Dated in is un. „ T / TL0 ,, Probate JudRe I w j, gene, attorney Aug 27-6t of and <y 00 d ranch ^anch, ag _ All Best par NOTICE TO CKRDITOKS. KMate of Alva F. Reynolds, dereMcd. Notice is ho rob y Rixen, that letters of ad- j I "•i" 1 **"-* >n on the estate of Alva F. Reynolds, ; P have been granted to the nndersigned, i day of September. 190B, by the probate i 1 Co., stat«; of Idaho. AH persons tving claims against said estât»* are required j exhibit them to me for allowance, at my | sldeuce, near Tolo. Idaho, within tour months after the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall bo forever barred. Hated this ,Mh day of September, 1903. MICHAEL REYNOLDS. Administrator. /! dee to NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Pollock, deceased. Notice 1« hereby given, that letten» of admin tration on the estate of Thomas Pollock, de ceased, were granted to the undersigned ou the -Nth day of Juue. 1903, Idaho comity. All against said estate » ine for allow mice at my iaho, within four first publication of this notice or they shall be forever barred. AND in by the Probate Court of persons having claims required to exhibit them at Graugeville, the »late of the i This 3d day of September, DAILY OKI*A .IAS. DrIIAVEN, rutorof the estate of Thomas Pollock, e«l . Flint publication s pt. loth ; Inst publication A 4 *00 ' ,W J r M * County Warrants Redeemed. that the billowing , on presentation to e in Grangeville Is will Notice is hereby given t County warrants will be paid the county treasurer at hi* Idaho, at d that Interest on said •27th dav of Fund , 1903, to ims issued Oct. it: he Current Ex llth, IstM. Nos. 223 io,2:w Issued April 27th. 1003, N P. N.»s, M t< Geo. M. Robert»»)», Comity Treu» NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S SALK OF REAL ESTATE. bat in pnrsua aale, made and entered by the given an order of bate eourt of the county of Idaho, state of Ida ho, on the loth day of September, 1903, in the matter of the est«:»* of Upton Shipley deceased, the undersigned administrator of said estate will sell at private sale subject to confirmation by the saiil probate court, the folloxviug de scribed real property, to-wit : An undivided one half interest in lots three and four and the south half of the northwest quarter of section live, township thirty north, lange three, east Boise meridian. The gale will be n.ude on or after the third day of October. 1908, and bids will ho received at the law office of R. F. Fulton, Graugeville, Idaho. The terms of sab* will be ten per cent cash on making sale, balance upon confirmation of sale by probate court. Dated September It», 19 '3. Keith W. Whits. Administrator of said Estate K. F. Fulton, Atty. tor Administrator. 2-xv Steamer Daily river day« cept PROFESSIONAL CARDS F. A. Campbell Physician and Surgeon Office: One door north of Jenfry House (■KANGKVII.LK. Ida: C. T. McDonald A TTO It N E Y- AT-L A \V. of of the fol the Office oi State Street. R. F. Fulton Attounky-at-Law L Idaho Building, State Street Offices; Up Staii Porbate and Real Estate Law said at said his of of the per <>f sale , 190;.. : Specialty. W. N. Scales Attounky-at-Law all the courts. Brnclice» A. Grknqkvillk. Ieaiio. Dr. S. E. Bibby Physician and Surgeon •h 9 a.m. tojl a.in. and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Office at Graugeville Drugstore Orangeville. Idaho. n< H. Taylor at Attornky-at-Law Win practice in ail courts of Id».ho, except probate court. Mor of pro of the de sale the in Lewis and lot in uxv* . 30. - do , Idaho. Mt. Ida J. M. McDonald Attorn ey-at-Law. Office in Parker building, corner of Main and Hall streets. (i RANG KYI LLK, IDAHO. James E. Babb Atto rn e y-at-La w Lewiston National Bank Building. Lewiston, Idaho. SW*4 Hi „ , N of of to of and to 17 Idaho prop the Na or en of 2 October, cent bal of F. Levi Magee Attorney at Law Office in Oraug« building, over Dr. Sheaffer's drug store. Orangeville. Idaho. SOCIETIES. Rathbone Sisters. Star Temple No. 5. Meets First aud Third Tuesday of eacli month at Masonic hall at 7:30 I*. M w _ Mrs. Lorkne Kimmkl, M. E. c. Mrs. Caerip. Hill, M. of R. & C. Encampment I. O. O. F. Idaho McLeod, the having of min de it is court, said court at the of show to for Camas Prairie No. 18. Meets the Second and Fourth Saturdays at L. O, O. F. hall at 9.00 F. M. p. t'. Barnard, Scribe. W. A. Hali., C. P. I. O. O. F. Mt. Idaho Lodge No. 7, Meet« even* Saturday at their hall at 7:30 P. M W. H. Williams, N. G. w. c. Bvnnkll, Becy. Unman copy suc Frcss, said O. E. S. Mountain Queen Chapter No. 11. Judge, Meets at Masonic ball on Friday night before full moon. Visiting member« corn!ally iuvit Mrs. Lai ra Mitchell, w. m. Miss Laura Wood,S ecy. i d. State do this Robertson, Park, whole decod cx that all decedent Designation of Office Day of Granne- County Superintendent Cf show Cphook to bChOOIS. and I Until further notice, 1 hereby dcslKualt an loam I appoint every Saturday and the fourth Frloe County In each month from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m published as office r ays. at which time 1 will be in mv of 1 lice at Orangeville lor the transaction of all , business pertalnlnR to school matters. JudRe I Lewis Llsihsoh!« 27-6t County Superintendent. of A. F. ii A. M. Mt. Idaho No. 9 Meets Saturday, on or before each full moon at their hall, Vi range ville, Idaho. Visiting brothers cordially invited. jl S. ArbogASH, Secretary John Norwood, W. M. j I ; P i i 1 j | « * : I io rO Oregon Short Line Union Pacific AND ONLY LINE EAST VIA SALT LAKE AND DENVER TWO TRAINS DAILY TIME SCHEDULES Riparlu. Wash. DAILY ARRIVES DAILY 1 OKI*A KIN I 4 *00 Fant Mail—F or Pomeroy, ' ,W J Waltaburg, Dayton. Walla r M Walla, Pendleton, Maker * * i'ity and all pointu East. iFast Mail—F rom all point* East, Baker City. Pendle tou, Walla Walla, Dayton, Waittburg, Pomeroy. 1:00 P. M 0* Kxim'.ks* for Portland, San * Francisco, Raker City and all points East. P. I. KX'HKhm from all point* East. Maker Citv, San •inet», Portland. A. M ■ * STEAMER LINES SAN FRANCISCO PORTLAND ROUTE on of Steamer sails from Portlands p. in. every five days. Daily Boat Service between Portland, Astoria, Oregon city. Dytoti, Salem, Independence, Corvallis and all Columbia and Wlllamatte river points. SNAKE RIVER ROUTE Steamer« leave Lewiston daily except Fri day« at 8 a m : returning leave Klparia dally ex cept Saturdays at I a m C. W. MOUNT, flen'l Agent. Lewiston, Idaho Northern Pacific Railroad 4 • Mil Leaves Stites at 5:20 A. M. daily, except Sunday; arrives at Potlatch Junction at 8:25; Spokane at 2:20 p. m. Train leaves Spokane at 9:30 a. m. and arrives at Pot latch Junction at 3:35 p. in. Stites at 6:45 p. ra. Connections at Potlatch Junction for Lewiston: Ar rives at Lewiston from Stites 9:10 a. m. From Spokane, 4:20 p. in. Leave Lewiston for Stites at 2:45 p. m. For Spokane at 7:45 p. m. For further information call on or address \V. C. F. LELAND, Agent, Orangeville, Idaho, or A. D. CHARLTON, A. G. P.A. Portland. Oregon. ■tfcKXKWKKRSWRWKKKWKKKMMKKK » THE . . MINER Carries tbe Choicest Line of LIQUORS and CIGARS. except • • • • Reynolds'Bros. Copper-Distil led Whiskey—Purest Made. and • • • ED. VINCENT. Orangeville, .... 7tt«(fcKttKKK*RftKR*RKKKK**tKK** w Idaho Lulle Thompson Henry Folr Law THE «T ST0HE *e t • Lewiston, Idaho Photographic Supplies, Artists Materials, Crayon Portraits, Bro mide enlargements from yonr own 5. negatives. Fininhing for Ama month _ E. c. ffe carry tenrs a Specialty. 4 Films and Plates ot all Sizes. t > ♦ 18. A. J. TURNER at P. Contractor and Builder. 7, All kinds of Turning and Scroll Sawing, operated by Water Power. Saw Filing a specialty. Plans and Estimates furnish ed. Shop on East Main St. Grangeville, Idaho. P. M N. G. Chapter before iuvit m. of Cf an Frloe 5 p. m mv of of all W. H. CAMPBELL No. 9 moon Visiting Contractor and Builder. Norwood, W. M. Estimates Furnished. IDAHO GRANGEVILLE, Going Fishing? The beat and cheapest of everything needful in that line at the Right Drug Store. à******************************* *a**«*******^**' a *** j '$ ♦ MHO COUNTY TITLE & TRUST CO. 1 * 1b t > BONDED FOR $10,000.00 As Required by Statute j I tt Ü tt Only set of Abstract Books in Idaho County, f Titles Perfected, Careful Conveyancing a % Specialty. % CEO. M. REED, Manager t ****A,**»»»»*<«***»**»*fiW»W»*«*******v***vv**v* 9 Ç We Oder the Hollowing Importations Direct From the Land of P e P Sunshine, Frost ?, Flowers ç Bottle Hoods Bulk Goods r? in Imp» Cal I ft gallon $1 00 2 00 . 2 0» . 2 00 California Claret, p< " Blackberry, " " Angelica " " Sherry " •• Port " Grape Brandy * ?» «0 Ç »er boltlv • Apple l ,.t Brui ra dix !<• Lot r hot • allfornia I i t o Ï ft d: 1" M 1 i y . l (it) •h ■ 1 CO (V0 7 : ' ç Kiesling Wine IK) v This la a »tore where ladies can call. There is nothing »oM by the triuss e FREE DELIVERY C A. C. HAWSON & CO. f: Idaho Ç Dealer» Wh*>lc»alo l.lqui Orangeville, Pioneer Livery Barn 4 i Good Leading Feed and Sale Stable of the County. Rigs, Careful Drivers, Safe Saddle Horses. Special attention given Commercial Travelers. Telephone tar Orders - We Will Meet You Anywhere Lanningham & Lifers Idaho Grangevillc. * SPOKANE, OCT. 5 TO 13 TENTH ANNUAL _ Interstate F air More Than $30,000 in Premiums. Greatest Attractions and Biggest Amusement Features ever Secured Fruit Fair Stock Show Agricultural Exhibits Fine Arts Display Mining Department EIGHT DAYS RACING Big Event Each Day Over 300 Horses Entered & 10.000 IN PURSES Down Town Street Carnival Every Night, Vaudeville Specialties and High Class Circus Features Special Low Rates on all Railroads If. G. HT1MM KL, Sec.-Mgr. Concession Privileges for Suie. Write for Premium List. THE BANK OF ORANGEVILLE ! VOLLMER, SCOTT & CO., Idnht. Orangeville, 5500,000 RESOURCES All Business intrusted to us will ha' e prompt and careful Attention GRANGEVILLE BOTTLING WORKS Hockersmith & Bedford, Prop. Manufacturers ancl wholesalers of Root Beer, Ginger Ale, Iron Brew, Or ange Cider, Sarsapariila, Soda Water, ami all kinds of soft drinks. Re freshing and healthful beverages for summer. Send in a trial order. ^oTnnnnrinrinsirifTrB tnrmnnririnr^ i Painless Dentistry î S o Teeth Extracted and F i 11 - Z ed Without Pain. O o o > ; r j i . -k. " Dr. G. A. GREEN DENTIST J I Grangeville, Idaho " Office: Rooms 1,3. 5, Y.M.C.A.bullillnR. „ Hours: H A. M. and t P. M., except Sun o days. For transient miners and prospect in ora supplies the Big Buffalo cau 1 save you money on every article. V E. STAHL Assayer and Metallurgical Chemist. Assaying that can be depended reetness. Gold dust ami other bulliou melted, refined, assayed and stamped. Charges for ussaying For Gold and Silver For Lead For Copper Gold, Silver aud Lead .. Gold. Silver aud Copper Samples sent by mail promptly attended to if accomponied by money. Granukvili.r. Idaho. for cor . fl oo . I 00 1 00 .. 1 «I i ; V. HOLZ & SON 1 Brickmakers, Contractors and Builders. A Big Supply of the Best brick and yood lime always on hand. GrangeviUe, Idaho.