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Items of Interest to
Grangeville and Vi
Personal Hention
Don't overlook the coupon in
Walter Hickerson's ad.
Judge James Woodward made
a trip to Lewiston last week.
Col. A. W. Moore was in town
a few days last week from Spokane.
Attorney A. S. Hardy left last
Friday for Boise to be absent two
or three weeks. v
Attorney C. H. Nugent made a
business trip to Lewiston Friday
returning Tuesday.
TTa. Luellcn and John Demp
sey, of Lowe, were callers at this
office Tuesday.
Crescent Baking Powder is much
in evidence these days. Good stuff
Crescent keep it up.
You said you wanted a carpet
sweeper. I have them at "saving
prices." Walter Hickerson.
Mark Howe has sold his board
ing house at the Dewey mine and
will move back to Grangeville,
Steve Rossiter lost a cabin and
several cords of wood last week in
the timber fire south of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Gee expect
to leave in a few days for Spokane
where they will spend the wintei.
The Grangeville Military band
will soon give another of their pop
ular concerts at the I. O. O. F. hall.
A. W. Talkington, who is visit
ing at Waverly, Illinois, writes
that he will return home in a few
Maleable Steel Ranges are the
best, I have them at saving prices.
Walter Hickerson, the hardware
Reed's Anti Rust Tinware has
just arrived, it is the best ever put
on the market—prices way down.
Walter Hickerson, the hardware
Winhows, Doors, Mouldings,
Shingles, Nails and Barbwire are
a few of the things I am naming
saving prioes" on. Walter Hick
erson, the hardware man.
Avery C. Moore has returned
from a trip to Montgomery, Ala
bama, and will remain here some
time. Mrs. Moore will spend the
winter in the south.
Reed's Flintstone Steelware, the
latest and best yet produced. Come
and see it, nothing like it. The
"White Corner" Hardware.
Walter Hickerson.
One of the finest displays of sil
verware can now be seen at Wal
ter Hickerson's new Hardware 1
store. Every article guaranteed
and sold at a "saving price."
One of the largest stocks of Har
ness and Collars ever shown in
Grangeville at "saving prices" too.
Walter Hickerson. The "White
Little Roddietta McKenzie enter
tained a number of her little friends
last Saturday afternoon. Refresh
ments were served and the little
folks had a delightful time.
Mrs. Virgil Lee left Tuesday for
Portland to spend Thanksgiving
with her sister, later Bhe will join
her husband in Bellingham, where
they will make their future home.
Services next Sunday morning
and evening at the Baptist church.
Beginning Sunday evening there
will be special meetings for a week.
Ail are cordially invited to attend.
The local talent have thoroughly
prepared the play "Blue Jeans"
and will appear at the I. G. O. F.
hall on the 30th. It promises to
be one of the best plays ever put
on here.
Lon and Chris. Smith are out
from Buffalo Hntnp for a few days.
They have done a large amount of
work on their mining properties
this season and are_well satisfied
with the results.
Walter Hickerson, the hardware
man, is making a liberal oiler with
his coupon plan this week. Cut
the coupon from his ad and he
will give you 10 cents for it when
yon make your next purchase.
Miss Lena Shearer and E. J.
Caldwell, a prominent business
man of San Francisco, were mar
ried at the home of the bride's par
ents in Santa Rosa, Calif., last
Sunday. The bride is a siBter of
Mrs. Rufus Hawley of this city,
and during her visit here a year
ago made many friends among our
society people.
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Anyting in the Drug Line
we have it. Send us your
mail orders. Leave orders
for Holiday Books, don't
Bargain prices in Ladies' Jackets
at Alexander & Freidenrich.
Henry Wax made a business
trip to Lewiston this week.
J. W. Bradbury, of Lewiston,
was a Orangeville visitor this
The biggest values in Ladies'
Skirts and Jackets at Alexander &
Fred Karsten made a business
trip to Spokane last week and may
go to Butte before returning.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Overman
went out to Tolo last evening to
spend Thanksgiving with relatives.
John Nevin, the popular Free
dom merchant, was doing busines
in town several days this week.
A. Freidenrich, of the big mer
cantile firm of Alexander & Freid
enrich, is spending a few days in
A large amount of freight has
passed through here this week en
roll te to Mat Gilberts's placer mines
at Marshal lake.
Misses' or
Child's Coat you waut, see our
line before purchasing.
Alexander & Freidenrich.
If it's
The many friends of Mrs. J. W.
Pantell will be glad to know that
she is recovering from a long and
critical illness and is now able to
receive callers.
One of the scarcest articles in
Grangeville at present is eggs and
there has been a general hustle to
get enough for Thanksgiving cook
Holt & Roades and C. J. Hall
delivered between 200 and 300
head of fat cattle to Baker Ball
last week, who is buying for the
Tacoma and Seattle market. The
price paid was 2f cents per pound.
At the'sale of state school lands
rtion of the
yesterday a large
land offered was sold at good prices
some selling as high as $43.ö(F'per
A grand dance will be given at
Old Columbus, two miles north of
the Sunnyside School house on the
John Callan ranch, Friday night,
December 2nd.. First-class music
has been secured, and everybody is
welcome with a good time assured.
MisB Fowler and Miss Rien of
Santa Rosa, Cal., arrived in the
city yesterday and aie visiting with
the family of Dr. Nickel. Miss
Fowler is a trained nurse and Miss
1 Rien a school teacher, and they
may decide to remain indefinitely.
James Kilen, a capitalist of Mos
cow, spent several days in town
this week visiting his son, E. L.
Kilen, of the Grangeville Savings
and Trust Co. Mr. Kilen expects
to purchase property here and be
come a resident of Grangeville in
the spring.
I. N. Smith, who has conducted
the Mt. Idaho hotel since 1S99,
died at his home Saturday morning
after a lingering illness.
Smith was born in Kentucky in
1854, but came to Southern Idaho
when only 17 years old and fol
lowed mining and prospecting in
Idaho, Colorado and Montana
until lie went into the hotel busi
The funeral services and
interment took place at Mt. Idaho
Tuesday afternoon.
The richest strike ever made in
Thunder Mountain is reported to
have oecured on the H. Y. about
two weekB ago. It was made in
the main shaft at a depth of 100
feet. The owners refused to give
out what the assay showed, but it
is known to be exceedingly rich.
This property was formerly owned
by Lawrence & Fuller of this city
who sold it about a year ago to an
eastern company.
The school entertainment Tues
day eveuing was a great success,
nearld 8100 being received for the
library, fund. President Black of
tlie LewiBton Normal, who was to
deliver an address, failed to arrive
having been called home after get
ting as far as Stiles.
Bales & Jones shipped nearly
1000 turkeys last week for Thanks
giving consumption. They were
shipped to A. Melrose, formerly of
this place but now of Spokane,
who there disposed of them to
dealers. The market has been
strong and there was an active de
mand for all the birds they could
Everything good to eat and wear
at Big Buffalo Cash Store.
More Whips and less Oats. Big
Buffalo Cash Store.
J. M. Jack left Monday on a
business trip to Seattle.
F. P. Turner, of Kooskia, was
doing business in town Friday.
Just get our prices on Heating
Big Buffalo Cash Store.
Trunks, Valises, Telescopes,
Hand Grips and Dress Suit Cases.
Big Buffalo Cash Store.
Our band-made harness has no
equal for strength and durability.
Big Buffalo Cash Store.
A. I. Watson has the thanks of
this office for some very fine apples
grown on his ranch south of town.
The hotels today are serving
dinners that ought to make their
guests thankful for good things to
We have the goods and the low
est prices, that tells you where and
when to buy. Big Buffalo Cash
We are making the greatest
slaughter in prices ever known in
Meu's Suits and Underwear. Just
come in and get qne of our 4.'50
Suits. Big Buffalo Cash Store.
Nick McGree, the well known
mining man, is suffering from a
fractured shoulder caused by a
horse falling with him while riding
over from Mt. Idaho Sunday.
Ladies, come in and see our line
of R. N. G. Carsets. For ease and
comfort they are the beet, each
pair guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Also latest novelties in Shirt Waists
and Ties. Big Buffalo Cash Store.
Now is the time to get your fall
and winter supplies. Get them
now and get them right. Save
you tickets and get Borne handsome
present. Our cosh customers are
receiving beautiful presents each
day. Big Buffalo Cash Store.
Miss Laura Behling, of Tacoma,
and Edward G. Wyatt, of White
Bird, were recently married in
Lewiston at the home of groom's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Wyatt. The groom is well and
favorably known in this county
having been engaged in cattle rais
ing on the Salmon river since boy
hood. The young couple will vhdt
in Lewiston until after the holidays
when they will take up their resi
dence at White Bird.
Business Locals.
Buy yonr fishing tackle of J. A.
Wood at post office.
Call at the Bargain Store and
see the new fall goods.
Everybody likes LaPerla cigars
because there îh none better.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money
refunded at the Bargain Store.
Furnished rooms to' rent. In
quire at Graham's furniture store.
Sometliiug doing every minute
at Hal the Healer's big free show.
J. A. Wood, at the post office
can supply you with mining blanks.
Wake up! If you can't wake
up g»t one of those fine alarm
clocks at Dunlaps.
Peter Schüttler Wagons, the best
wagon on the market. Sold only
by Vollmer & Scojt.
For Rent — Three furnished
rooms suitable for light housekeep
ing. Inquire at this office. 24-1
Everybody needs an alarm clock.
You can get just what you need,
and a good time piece too at Dun
The Grahgeville Saving & Trust
Co., has an unlimited amount of
money to loan on real estate and
farm property.
Lost —An elk tooth hat pin,
with the name of Mrs. F. J. Reed
engraved thereon,
owner and receive suitable reward.
Mrs. Cheeley bas leased the
upstairs of the new Graliski build
ing, and has fitted up the same for
a lodging bouse. She has a num
eer of nice rooms for rent.
Nov. 10-tf
Return to
Wo lave plenty of mouey to
loan on farms,
any day.
Trust Co.
If you want a first class shoe
call at tiie Big Buffalo Cash store.
For Barton Bros, best, the leading
shoe of the day, men's boy's
you til's ladies' misses' and
cliildreu's. They give satisfaction.
Cottonwood beer on draught at
the Oregon saloon. This beer is
gaining many friends among the
users of the beverage and will be
supplied in quantities for family
Rate of interest
Privilege to pay loan off
Grangeville Saving &
Nov. 10-tf
"I was troubled with constipa
tion and stomach troubles, lost
flesh, my complexion was ruined;
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
brought back mp health and com
plexion." Mary Allen, St. Louis.
35 cents. J. J. Pulse.
The Banner Precinct.
The returns from Yellow Pine
preciuet were received here Tues
day afternoon, but to late to be in
cluded in the official count. It
only increased the majorities and
is certainly the banner republican
precinct of the county. Out of 22
votes cast 20 of them were straight
republican. The two democrats
must have* felt rather lonesome and
should bave moved to make it
v mark J
The remarkable increase in con
sumption demonstrates its superla
tive merits and wholesomeocss.
A Pleasant Surprise.
A pleasant surprise party was
tendered Mr. and Mrs. Steinheiser
Tuesday evening by a number of
their friends, and a very agreeable
evening was spent in progressive
whist, etc., interspersed with deli
cious refreshments, and vocal and
instrumental music. _
host and affable hostess were agree
ably surprised aud soon made their
guests feel at ease with a profusion
of hospitality. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Scales, Mr.
and Mrs. A. F. Barker, Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Lanningham, Mr. and
Mrs. J. I. Overman, Mr. and Mrs.
I. C. Hattabaugh, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. K. Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
J. Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Gee, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Pearce,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brown, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Markham, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Norwood, Mr. aud Mrs.
W. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Hawson, Mrs. A. Freidenrich, Mre.
B. F. Taylor. Mrs. H. Cone, Miss
Nona Hattabaugb, Reese Hatta
baugb, Milton Fjeidenrich.
. Skull Fractured.
George Reibold, the 17 year old
son of Jacob Riebold, had his skull
badly fractured Tuesday by being
struck witb a stone,
neighbor be was tryiug to catch a
horse at the ranch on the CUear
water. The man attempted to
throw a stone over a building to
drive the animal around when the
stone struck the building and
glancing back hit the boy on the
head. The boy was brought to
Grangeville and Dr. Bibby found
it necessary to trephine the skull
in order to remove a portion of hair
that had penetrated the fracture
and was pressing against the brain.
The wound is a serious one though
not considered fata).
With a
Announces to his patrons
and friends that he is now
located in his n e w Dental
Parlors in the Grabski block,
opposite Crosby's store, where
be will be each week day from
8 a. m. to 4 p. m. A lady
assistant in attendance.
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As our holiday is now ap
proaching and this being
our Thanksgiving Day, we
all feel thankful for your
past favors shown us in our
line, and wish you the com
pliments of the season.
Rudolph Bertsch
—at th<
We are receiving the largest stock of Dry Goods we have ever brought to
and they are fo r you, at lower prices than ever.
tow <|
New Silk Waists
Ladies Tailor Suits
* Come in and see them.
Ranging in price from $14 to $25—
Garments changed to fit when necessary
at no extra cost.
_ The latest
novelties in Belts, Combs and Collars
New Dress Goods; new, stylish fabrics.
Men's Suits and Overcoats
Men's Shirts and Neckwear, Underwear for Fall and Winter.
The place to buy your Fall Goods and save money is at the Bargain Store.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
Holiday Specials
New Silks Just Arrived
Handsome assortment of Shirt Waist Patterns, put up in neat white boxes.
A neat and sensible present, and cheap considering the quality.
75 patterns to select from. No two alike. Fach .
Buster Brown Collars are all the rage. We have
them in all colors and prices ranging from.
Special Boys Suits, sizes 16 to 20 years. Call and see them, they
are worth double the price.
Men's Heavy One-buckle Arctics $1.25 Ladies' Heavy One-buckle Arctics $1.00
75c to 25c
Are what I want to make. I want to have a "Heart to Heart" talk with
you. I feel that once we know each other you will "get the Habit" of want
ing to come again. My "Saving Prices" makes one of the best of tonics. I
have the most complete lines of General Hardware, Builders' Material, Har
ness, etc., ever seen in this country.
Cut this Coupon out, sign name and address and return to me, it is good for ten
cents (toe) in trade on your purchase of any article in my store amounting to y>
cents or more. Only one will be taken for each family.
Name.. Address.
] Walter HicKerson f
Th. WHite Corner Oppo.lt« lh> M.wnlc Hoir
Qood for 10c
New Law Firm.
Wallace N. Scales and Hampton
Taylor, now probate judge, have
formed a partnership for the prac
tice of law, to go into effect at the
close of Mr. Taylor's term of office
next January, under the firm name
of Scales & Taylor. In the forma
tion of this partnership there is one
of thé strongest law firms in the
state. For years past Mr. Sca.es
bas been recoguized as one of the
ablest jury lawyers in the state by
and his practice has grown uutil
practically no cases of importance
tire tried in this county without
him being on one side or the other.
I11 Mr. Taylor we have an able office
lawyer and his large experience in
the probate judge's office will
pecially fit him for the work in
connection with estates and exam
ination of titles.
well known and extremely popular
and with their reputations for hon
esty and ability cannot fail to win
a practice that will put them in
the front ranks with Idaho's legal

Both men are
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Buy Modloine for Buy People.
Brian Ooldea Health and Beaewed Vigor.
A BpPL'Iflo for Constipation, Indigestion, Live
and Kidney Troubles, Pimples, Eczenut, Impure
Blood, Bad Breath, Sluggish Bowels, Headache
and Backache. It's it >cky Mountain Tea In tab
let form, 8ft cents a box. Genuine made by
Bolustcb Dat a Coupant, Mmliv.u. WIs.
Lost A Leg.
E. Dunn, living near Green !
creek, had his right leg amputated
last Friday. He waa hauling grain
recently when he was thrown from
his wagon and the heav
passed over his right leg be
knee horribly crushingboth bones
Every effort waa made to save the
injured limb but without effect and
Friday the physicians decided to
remove it. Dr. Campbell assisted
by Dr. Stockton, performed the
operation and the patient is now
doing nicely,
j load
ow the
Tolo Items,
Gub. Wickman has moved to
John Gilbo'e farm where he expects
to farm and raise hogs the next
two years.
Orin Bentley 1 b building
residence on his point ranch.
The literary was reorganized last
week, with H. F. Church, presi
dent; O. H. Overman, vice presi
dent; Pearl Troch, secretary; Mae
Neill, Treasurer. The queetion
for Saturday night will be "Re
solved that the electric road would
be a benefit to Camas Prairie.
Jas. Kennedy is over from Nez
Perce to get in a winter supply of
wood for bis father.
a new
If you are not smoking LaPerla
cigars yon are missing m good
1 thing.
With his big advertise
company, giving ^ r ® e t(
tertainments qjghtl.Vi
O. F. Opera House, b*
Singers, Funny C'otneotf
Eccentric Dancers, A
batic Marvels. Chang e
program nightly.
Don't Hiss »'

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