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ANIMAL FOOD FOR HENS.
of QreeB Cat M* Srnad Bon« Caaapared. »artti Animal food should be given to hens often ss possible* fresh clean meat preferably; also green cut bone, says A V. Meersch In Western Poultry Jour na l some poulterers depend exclaslve lv upon pressed scraps from butchers ,; r rendering works. Butchers' scraps, trimmed boues, etc., are better. Karm iiuiuot always obtain these, hut onlinary farmer's table provides ,gli bones tn the course of the year rtly supply his poultry If utilized, boue contains the natural itud is not only soluble, but is It contains lime for the shell ers «11 4*11*1 to P« Green Julees food. of die egg. nitrogen for the white, a lion of oil and fat, and also grit. There is nothing that approach It as good for poultry far as a combination of excellent materials for egg formation is con eerned. Bear in mind, though, we also ciumot recommend ground bone. There is , lU ite a difference between greeu cut l , ( ,up and ground bone. The one is ground, while the other is cut with The boue contains adhering propoi serves us eau S 1 knives. >at and combines flesh and boue elements which make the Uic; forming completed chick. t; round boue becomes hard aud brit tle. 1ms lost the natural solvent by evaporation, but green bone Is readily dissolved when enten and Is also the most economical of all foods. A pouud of itrecn cut hone will be au excellent allowance for about sixteen hens or an for each hen per day. This Is ounce cheaper than grain anti has the advan of containing more egg producing tage food than any grain known. A pound of hone will give as good résulte ns four pounds of grain, but we do not Infer that nothing but bones should be allowed, food, hut make the green bone part of the ration. Give grain and green Proatable On,«. Seeing how profitable geese are and the little attention they require as com pared with other poultry, It Is some what surprising there are not many more geese bred. They are grazing stack, like horses and cattle, and dur ing the warm weather will feed eagerly on the succulent grasses which grow an the banks of ponds and streams, and they will seldom refuse the herbage found on the roadways. This food, with other materials picked up, will generally keep geese In good condition during the summer nnd early autumn, little or no grain ration beiug needed. When the female has laid about a doz en eggs she generally gets ready to In cubate, but should not be allowed to do so, ns geese, like ducks, are poor sit ters nnd make bad mothers. Put the eggs under a hen nnd get them hatched as early as possible, for early goslings make the largest and finest birds. Gos lings, generally speaking, are very hardy and are not difficult to rear. The best food for them at first Is hard boil ed eggs chopped fine, breadcrumbs and short, sweet grass. As In the case of chickens, the coop must be kept dry and warm, but it Is Imperative that wa ter be generously provided If there Is no pond or stream handy. Water for swimming Is not essential for geese, hut they must have plenty to drink and also some they can have a bath In.— London Mall. Selecting? Pallet«. It has been said the pullet that com mences to lay earliest In life Is the one to lay the largest number of eggs through life, as cattle that have the milk producing organs active make the )best cows. Select the fast growing, early maturing specimens that pre sent In full the type and size found In the breed, and use only these as breed ers, and the egg producing merits will be Increased. It is care and atten tion to the flock that find and secure these merits In the progeny. Neglect nnd haphazard breeding never pays. In short, the April and May hatched pullets can be brought Into profit only when they receive the best of care, food and housing. Regularity lu feed ing Is au important Item, and at no time In the stage of their growth must they be stalled. Feed a little at a time, but feed often. Birds thus fed will ever be ready for the next meal, and they will eat It with a relish.— Michael K. Boyer In American Agricul turist. Doetorlag Poultry. Doctoring fowls or chickens after they are really sick Is generally by no means a very encouraging process to undertake. It often coats more in time nud drugs to cure a »lek fowl than the Ord Is worth after It la cured, but still little timely knowledge of symptoms nnd their proper remedies bandy will sometimes gave a fowl. But to be suc cessful you must fight any poultry dis ease at Its very outset. When disease appears do not wait till tomorrow or Urn next day to see If It will ''wear off," as If you do it will "wear off" the fowl. You should at once search out aud re move the cause and give the proper In gredients before the bird la beyond cure.—A. V. Meersch. I A Good Market Fowl. White Indian Games, which fight no more than Plymouth Bocks or Wyan dotte», are large, well developed birds with tremendous legs and breasts, says a Wisconsin poultrymnn In American Agriculturist These adapt them well for marke't purposes. They are hardy and very quick to mature. As layers they have held their own with Plymouth Itocks for some years on my place. For crossing purposes no breed Is better. Wull,, MUk Falla. the milk palls ahould never be al lowed to stand after being emptied, says American CulUvator. If It is not convenient to wash them at once they should be filled with cold water, which ^ylll prevent the thin film composed of , e 8 °lids of the milk forming on the Inside of the pall. Once this film Is al lowed to dry on the pall It la almost ■^possible to remove It A frequent mistake consists In pouring hot water kto the paila before they have been r-used out with cold water. The ef fect #f this treatment Is to cause the film to adhere more firmly. Rinsing with cold water la always the first Process in the cleaning of metal milk '■««els; then follow the washing and th. « ^ . Wlpla * ,B unnecessary, as lug wl. ." 19 ve8a fi " fter «*. "ft DIRECTORS CHOSEN. Electric Road Selects Engineer and will Rush Construction The organization meeting oi the director« of the Central Idaho De velopment Company was held Sat urday, the directors being u. \y Thompson. J. A. Crom, T. s! Ward, John McCornack, A C Eitzen, R. H. Jone« and F J Randolph, and the following offi cer« were elec!el, general manager, (Ï. son; vice-president, J. president and W. Tlitunp A. Cruui; treasurer, T 8. Ward; and Hocre tary, F. J. Randolph. The uniHBuet' electric capital stock of the railway company, amounting to $3,500,000 together with tin* property, right« a ml nub HiibscriptionM silly over 1« the Central Idaho Devel ment Co. which are now owned by the Development Co., under a contract providing that the Cen tral Idaho Development Co. shall build, complete and equip the road from Lewiston to Orangeville and Nez Pei ce. The Salmon River Power Co. were turned rp was also organized with a capital stock of 82,000,000 and a Ideal board of directors was elected, with the following officers, presi dent, G. W. Thoinp sou; aident, John McCormack; er, T. S. Ward; Randolph. The directors of the Central Idaho Development Co. authorized the employment of Walter C. Graves, an eminent engineer, as the consulting engineer of the De velopment Company, who will at once organize as rapidly as possible three corps of engineers, and actual construction will begin at an early date and continue until the road is completed to Giangeville and Nez 1'erce, which will not he later than June 1, 1907. The method adopted by the Cen tral Idaho Development Co. sures the proper management and piactical ownership of ihe Lewis ton and Southeastern electric rail way company and the Salmon river power company, and the stock holders of the Development Co. will own their proportion of the stock iu the electric railroad and power companies, and tin stock of the railway company pre viously issued will he absolutely protected. The foregoing information is re ceived from Mr. G. W. Thompson, the president and general manager of the Development Company, and any information differing front these statements is erroneous. vice pre treasur tecretary, F. J. as Luckiest IVlan in Arkansas "I'm * lie luckiest man in Arkan sas," writes H. L. Stanley, of Bruno, "since tlie retsoration of my wife's health after five year« of continuous coughing and bleeding from the lungs; and I owe my good fortune to the world's greatest medicine, Dr. King's New Discov ery for consumption, which I know from experience will cure consump tion if taken iu time. My wife im proved with first bottle aud twelve bottles completed the cure." Cures the worst coughs aud cold« or money refunded. Pulse, druggist. 50c and 81.00. Trial bottle free. At John J. Tolo Items. Leslie Tilly has moved out to his father's ranch, on the point. John Johnson has rented the farm of John Benley out on the point. Treasurer Rice has leased a part of the school land lately farmed by E. S. (Sweet, and intends to build thereon. Plowing and seeding has been temporarily suspended on account of frosty nights. Will Millar lias taken charge of E. 8. Sweet's ranch for this season. A wagon road is soon to be built down what is commonly called, the Turpin gulch, to the copper mines on Salmon river. It is generally believed that the P. I. N. road will come out from Salmon river by the Chapman creek route and aero«« east of the lake to intersect the N. P. Estray Notice. I will eell, at public pale the fol lowing described estraye on March, 10, 19C6, at 10 a. in. if not redeem ed by owner before «ale. Sale to take place at Walter Hollings head's ^ miles S. E. of Kidder post office. One big dehorned brindle cow branded SC on right hip and crop in right ear, one red two year old heifer with under bit iu right and upper bit in left ear, «tar in forhead. white belly, white hind legH and tail, branded on left side. The above were taken up on or about Jan. 8, 190(5. Xh ( . road« are going to be muddy tll ; H spring and you Rood harne««. You can get them at Bertach'«. H. T. Smith, Constable, Glover Precinct. ml Frightfully Burned. Chaw. \V. Moore, a machinist, ol Ford City, Pa,, had his hand fright fully burned in an electrical fur He applied Hucklen'a Arnica nace. Halve with the usual result: 'a quick and perfect cure. earth for burns, wounds, rorep 25c at John J. Greatest heal er on eczema and piles. Pulse, druggiHt. » will need City Ordinance No. 48. *™! , Mi n rTp*°H h n U *'- ton Limit* ■«! a c ri*orHtV. r .. C «» Wlljr < 1 on,,, * 0 >'» 7, t" rrJ ' . " ,i ; 1 "" ilvvH. Ill the 5 ,or ' the «trlvt» «n« tliehwsvB rtmtniiUlelh.'r' !2h r f»re< «iHi «lie . ,r h."L,"i .V,r r ?, h II. ,h.. "le n . Ï. 7 1 ,Vo! 1 , 'J t» h (te v U I e, lie ItoriiaiM. t *he Ihe '.f.r ^ 0 „ , the city of Hr«! nn'iIL® m * Jl,r * ml °° UI,C ** °* -••«'linn l Tlul ih.-to h.> d n<i h« ► .a - ' ••'»'•tot. and .Ontheasteru Kk-cJ,' le'hilh y. I Imite»!, a r-orporariou, and its imprest«. and the l it hereby is, and its assign *ors in interest «re hereby investi ml w 1th the right atui privilege < •tin«. : «ml op* rat in« with! I inch* t the De Sat \y s! C J offi V essors i to t h j f ! equipping, bv electric ; of («range < k railway Msieiu. poli those certain «no highways within H e Idaho, named as and | tion w ith ï j Uni its *.f j • f the cor He; South i HH'itrns. and its said com pan v be • d its suet and e |K» ■ using, iimiutaini const ng, and •1 motor now ville. Idaho, along, acres» the city *i St Î«. Ml th 1t\ of M >lu Mr t. from its inter Mill t - et t. ! the cti I M m : n «-treet. t t*> the we lie ► of the west liu y "f rî range pnratc li strut ft. t* Of «11.1 .'i ils i •Mo r-ifh MllUti is at the w (irnngeville: Mill and Month the * led t : ■ ' :■! ity nub •el. h t M •et: lui s to Main te rin i northern reel fr street; Ids ho to Mat i. by a Cen shall road and its ! Ur nuc fr.. strict fro street. North -dxth street be r ,Mt *' * tr . Vi '} ÄU '* Meadow street; North Piflh street and Meadow street. ilway t<* begin at the north city limits id city and running thence southerly along 'of 1 ho streets hereinbefore unmodtoMaiu s root ; thence easterly along Main street to Mill sir* of; thence southerly along Mill street to "outli street; the to the its th* its rp t*T s t*. M of ;e westerly along South street «•stern limits <»f the city of Urangevilie. n 2 The right and grant of power to so attitaiu, construct, locate, operate, own.euuip d use the said railway system i« also given with the privilege, right and power to construct, 4 . aintaiu ami o(«erate such turn outs, siding«, electric tri'liey pole«, transmission ntp -. and exteiiRious of the said railway system as the graute h hi-rei est to f *ti< was Ideal C. as De at is Nez and the of tin re and may dee struct, erect, nirtintaiu. operate, own n the right of to their iuUr *>r use upo cr, along ami upon th Of 111*' forth, eniics, allt-ys an .rangeville as hereinbefore set d «hall have th** privilege, right and **» me the streets, lanes, avenues, und of «aid city Hereinbefore named for nahitaluing poles, and attaching d maintaining thereon avires ami d highways •ity of pre J. r Hilt et ing and thereto conductors for the purpose of transmitting elec trlcal currents within the limits of said city for power ai. *i other purposes for itself or its suc «igns and to the inhabitants of vided, no siding shall be allowed instructed on Main street. and said ettv. F to be l.r_U o Sectio :i That the right of way over, along, •hh, upon and through the streets, avenues, alleys ami highway« of the city of (»rangeville for the purposes aforesaid, be and the «aine is hereby granted to the «aid Ltewiston aud Houth euKtern Electric Kailway Company, Limited, ai.il its assign« und Its successors iu interest. Section l. That the said railway to be con structed, operated and maintained by virtue of this ordin L shall be constructed work like mauner. upon the «rad*» of the said streets, avenues, hi«h\vavs and alleys fixed by the «-ity engineer Mini city council of tlie city of (iran«. ville, with all necessary draws, cul verts, bridges, viaducts, crossings an*1 turnouts, anti u uniform guage shall be established through the entire length of said railway. Sectiou 5. That the said company, and Its assigns, and its successors in interests. Ik», aud they are hereby authorized to the streets, city of (ira for a as uch of avenues, alleys and highways of the ngeviile, Idaho, as may be necessary .n cnlent for the construction, main •c, and operation of the said railway ays torn, with its foundation bed appurtenances, ways and approaches of and for said railway. Section (>. That the said company and its assigns and its successors in interest thorlEed to charge and tolls aud rates within the city of Grangeville for passengers, freight, power aud electrical cur routs. • .Section 7. That the said railway so to be con strnctcd by the grantees herein shall strueted so that the rails thereof shall be ev w ith the surface of the street, avenue or high , or along which the same shall lie constructed, so that the same may be crossed wtunv part thereof without inconvenience danger by teams and w agons, traveling ae »long nr over any of such streets. Section h. That the said railway company, •essors, or assigns, in the operation of the ilway shall at ull times stop their passen ger trains and cars at any and every street e mg for the purpose of allowing passengers to slight therefrom and to gel upon any of said t n te hereby llect reasonable •on er. Its id That the said grantees heroin, their astigns or successors in interest shall keep all streets, avenues, alleysor highways over and a* rows which their said line of railway shall be operated and constructed iu repair as to that portion of such street, avenue, alley, or high way lying between the rails of «Rid railway track, and for a space and distance of eighteen dies on each hide of the said track. Section 10. That uo freight or freight cars shall be moved on, over or across that portio <>f the »aid railway which shall bo built upon and along Main street in the said city of Orange ville, except between the hourso! twelve o'clock midnight and five o'clock a. m. That tire grantees herein shall be annual license fee to the gevilie of the sum of.dollars for the privileges herein conveyed. All rights aiid privileges herein granted shall expire Mini terminate at the end »•f fifty years from the date of the approval of this ordinance, unless otherwise sooner ter minated in accordance with the provisions ol this ordinance or the judgment of any court of competent jurisdiction. Section 1J. That the grantees hereinbefore named are hereby required to have said rail way iu operation by June 1, l'J/7. Any street, avenue, highway or alley ns named in section one of this ordinance, and any portion of any such streit, avenue, hignway or alley over, along which the said railway shall not be fully completed and iu operation by said June 1, 1D07, the right and privilege hereby given and gmirted as to such street, avenue, highway or alley or suoh portion thereof shall cease and determine ou said June 1, 1W7. Keetiou 14. That the city ol Grangeville shall not be liable for auy damages for light of way for said railway nor for any negligeuce issions of »he owners or managers of said rail wav in th*» eonslructiou, maintenance operation thereof. Section 15. This ordinance shall be in force and effect twenty «lays from and after its pass age, approval and publication. Reu*l lirst time November 6, 1905. Read second time November 9, 1905. Read third time November 9, 1905, under sus pension of rules. Passed the council November 9, 1905. Approved by tire may [Seal! Attest: Section 0. of of of im or Section 11. required to pay ity of (I I* mi tin 1 l J. to the the part to of the lake November 9, 1905. Gko. M. Kobkrtson, Mayor. Jas. De II a vkn, City Clerk. Commissioners* Proceedings. Adjourned session, Friday, Feb. 2, 1906. Board met, ail members being present. Application for the reconstruction of the present bridge across the south Fork of the Clearwater river at Stltes, Idaho, came on for hearing and the clerk ordered to advertise for bids for the reconstruction of said bridge;- said bids to be received until one o'clock p. m., Monday, Feb 19, 1906, at which time same will he opeued. Said bridge not to exceed in cost the sum of |999. Further hearing on said mut ter to be bad Monday. Feb 19,1906. at 1 p lh The matter of the rejection or acceptance of the Kosskiu stiles bridge was laid over until Monday, Feh 19.1906. Application of Johnson, Doty et al for bridge across Lawyer a canyon at month of Seven Mile creek laid over until April 1906 session. Application of Gulluway-New man et al, for bridge at Hawley crossing on White Bird creek, In r*md *list No 5, laid over until April 1106. Robert K Denser was appointed overseer of road dist No 19. The following road overseers' bonds were examined ard approved: Robt E Heuser, WJ Hurrah, J W Culdfce. Bond of K D Almond No 16. tiled Feh 2, 1-06, fol to cow and year in hind or overseer of road dist examined and ap proved, and the bond of said R D Almond filed Jan 12, 1900, was here withdrawn from the files of the hoard; clerk to return the latter to said Almond. Application of Fen Batty for liquor license was granted. Further hearing on the viewer's report on Von Berge Bonnet road deferred until April, 1906. The following petitions for public rouds laid over until the adjourned meeting Feb 19, 1906: Rond petitioned for Ames. Richsrdsou etal; road petitioned for by Cooper, Gaufield et al; road petitioned for by Canaan, Wells et al. Approval of bond of J U Moore, overseer of road dist No 27, luid over until April session, no bond being filed. Boundaries of road dist No 10 are hereby ex tended south of Elk City to American river, and also west on the Orogrande road to American river, the boundaries of r d No 29 to conform to change lu r d No 10 aforsatd. Matter*»! making contract road district out of roud dist No 10 laid over until April, l»0t>. Matter of depositing county as provided by 1905 session I» bonds of the First National hank and the Bank of ( amas 1'rMirie were approved, and clefk or dered to give notice to the county treasurer of such action. Further hearing deferred until Feb 19. Petition of Fray-Lefler et al for road on land of Mrs K W Robie laid over until April 1906. It it ordered that un adjourned meeting be held on Monday, Feb 19, 1906, at 1 o'clock p m, «» consider the following matteriL, The accept ance or rejection of the Ht i tes Kooskia bridge; the matter of the opening of bids aud letting of contract to construct bridge across the .South Fork of the Clearwater at stites. Hearing peti tions aud appointing viewers on roads as f*>1 Petitionof Frank R Ames, F Richardson et al lu i *1 no 5; petition of A Cooper, (> B Can field et al iu r d no 5 aud 26; petition of J P Ca , Butler Weils etal in rd no 26 Also to hear and grant applications for liquor licenses aud approve bonds of liquor dealers. Tocxsm : 1 approve bonds of other depositaries of county moneys and matters relating to same. MS Martin, chairman. money in hanks Idaho, of the ol , fur- « J. IL" 1..W«: » lne need NOTICE Of li tliug contract for the reconstruction of bridge in road district No 88, across the South Fork of the Clearwater river, at Stites, Idaho county, Idaho, at the present site. ÄoÄÄÄÄ: >'» sinners of Idaho county. Idaho, made and en "" »«** »»"««* 18. IW* due n„,W » reiiutrc.1 ' bv l »w »M (men ol tile •pplloailoa (or the re r ™ i'f, 1 ".''!''".!'' *5ï brld * 1 ' «t the |ire»ent «Ite. In h ÏS*' 1 <*l»triet So. 38, «er...» the Smith Kork of the I e, (learn «ter river, at Utltea. In ihn Uilihol , ro,,1,t >' : >""* that on Kebruarv 2 , l'.«*;, an order °* of the saht board n< made direction the re-I .a construction of said bridge and directing the ineh r°i!ma" '"'* rd U> a ' ,ïo,tlM ,or bld * ,ur its the < •tlou. , Iher fore, In accordance with 1« nu r>uant U> wild orders of the naid board, uotice j is hereby given, that sealed bids for the recon morion of Raid bridge at the place designated f ! above, will be received by the seid board of eoutitv commissioners, until one o'clock ]*. m., ; Monday, February 19, 1906, at which time same w ill be opened. <abl hills to be accompanied by a bond or certiH<>d check 20 per cent in excess of the amount bid. as evidence of good faith; and said and | lan.d may bo so conditioned that if the bid is ith ï accepted that bidder will execute a contract *.f j ami be bound thereby. cor- The said bridge to he constructed i st N and rvc •ted upon the prose pi . the latter to !»•• rai>e 1 two feet and the new bridge to be made wider than the present bridge. All bidders to submit pi ami «pacifications with tln-ir several bids. Said bridge shall not exceed in cost the sum of nine hundred and ninety-nine dollars. The board reserve« the right to reject any and all bids. Done by The Hoard of County (' •et: be to 1er of the board Isslone county, blah*», by A. Carpenter, roud district No. its. Hated February i of Idaho verse er of 190 . febs 15 Notice of Special Election. so Notice is hereby given, that under aud by virtue of city ordinance No. 51, entitled 'An ordinance providing for the issuiug of municipal coudou bond« for the purpose of pioviditig |fuuds for the acquiring, con struction aud maintenance of a system of waterworks for the aupplyiugof water to the city of («rangeville aud the inhabitants there of for municipal aud domoKtic purpose«; for s.iDDlyiug the «aid system with water; to pro vide lor the submitting the question of the issuance of said bonds to a vote of the e'ectors of said city, and calling a special election therefor,'' passed by the council of the city oi («rangeville, and apnroved by the may 5th day of February, 1906. a special election will be held ou Tuesday, the 27th day of March, l'.MXi, for the purpose of submitting to the qualified elector« who aie taxpayers of said city the ques tion «nd ptopoMitiou of authorising said city of tirangeville to borrow the sum of $10,000 aud to issue its municipal coupou bonds therefor, said bonds to be thirty in denomination of fl,U 0 U, such bonds to be made payable iu twenty years from the date of issuace of the same, au*t to be redeemable at the ideasure of the city expiration of ten years issuauce thereof, to bear interest at not to ex ceed 5 percent d paid senil annual!* ami set and und ami the et for of is of her. each to be of the at au y time alter the from the date of the annum, all interest to be ..to-wit: On the tlrst day of anuary and the tirst day of July of each year, at the ottice of the city treasurer of the city of Orangeville or at any bank or trust eompanv in the city of New York, NY, to tie hereafter designated by the mayor and council of said city, and the proceeds thereof shall be used exclusively for the purpose of the acquiring, construction aud muintc by city cul Its aud *e of system of water works for the supplyiug of water to th* city of Orangeville aud the inhabitants thereof for municipal aud domestic purposes: for tin supplying the said system with water. The polls to be opened at the hour of 9 o'clock a. in and to continue open until 7 o'clock p. in. of the same day. The said election shall be con ducted as near as may be as other city elections are couductod. That to provide for the payment est on said bonds and also to constitute lug fund for the payment of such bonds at the maturity thereof, there shall be levied a special annual tax ou each dollar of the taxable prop erty of the city of («rangeville sufficient to pay the interest on all of said bonds issued as the same shall become payable and also to pay the principal of said bonds at maturity; said taxes to be levied and collected until the whole of said bonds shall of the its for • the to of the inter sink «aid principal aud interest be paid. 1 lie lonn of ballot to be used at said election shall be substantially as follows: "In fav the issuing of bonds to the amount of $H0 <*Mi for the purpose stated iu ordinance No. 51" nnd "Against issuing bonds to the amount of $:tn,U ()0 for »he purpoi The pluccs polling places ing: Second ward, court house. The judges and clerks of election appointed by the council First ward—Judges; Robert White, John J. Pulse, W' 1». Vincent. Clerks; ». <i. Benedict, da Cawley. Distributing clerk. J. E. Briscoe. ard—Judges: David W. Kridgeman, Marshall Karnes, William H. Williams. Clerks Ed M. (JrittUh, Ada M. Jones. Distributing clerk, Mary Jnhiisou. Third ward—Judges: Joe W. Erwin, R. A Gray, Albert E. Alexander. Clerks: G. K. Hock ersmith, Minnie ilohaus. Distributing clerk, Jennie Hcott. ISch1| Fen Hatty, Mayor. Attest ; Jar. I)k Ha vkn, City Clerk. Dated February 12,190ti. o( • stated In ord designated by the council as the are: First ward, Y. M. C. A. build ward, Odd Fellows' hall; Third •c No 51." and be be the of ter ol of any sus Fécond febl5-mchl5 CONSTABLES NOTICE OK ESTHAY SALK, y concern: Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned, t, Idaho coun ty, Idaho, has in his possession at farm of Phillip Griner, 6L miles northeast of Denver, Idaho, tin* following described estray animals, arks and brands, age, sex, color, etc , here described, to wit: one grav mare, about eight yeurs old; weight about 1150 pounds; indistinct brand on left shoulder. And that the same To whom it Joustuble of Green C their bei up ill he sold according to law on Monday, the 19th day of March, 1906, at the hour of 10 o'clock a in., at Phillip Griurr'« farm in Green Creek precinct to the highest bidder for cash. Dated at Green Creek, Idaho, Feb. 8, 1906. febl5-mch8 L. D. Hoffman, Constable ot said Precinct. County Warrants Redeemed. Notice is hereby given that the following county warrants will be paid to the county treasurer at his office in Grange ville, Idaho, and that Interest on said warrants will cease preseutatio the 25th day of February, 1900, to-wit: School fund, warrant issued Oct. 12, 1905, No. 457, Dist. No. 75. School fund warrant Dsued Oct. 13, 1905, No. 161, Dist. No. 75. School fund, warrant issued Oct. 14. 1905, No. 466, Dist. No. 75. School fund, warrant Issued Oct. 25, 1905, No. 4%, Dist. No. 75. School fund, warrant issued Oct. 27, 1905, No. 515, Diet. No. 75. School fund, warraut issued Jan 24, 1906, No. 869, Dist No. 65. School fund, warrant issued Juu. 25, 1906, No. 872, I »1st. No. 5. School fund, warrant issued Jan. 25, 1906, No. 873, Dist. No. 5. Dated Feb. 15. 1906. febl5*mchl the the for for m., cost of for of WJ Frank 8. Rick, County Treasurer. Quarterly Report. To the Hon. Mayor aud City Council of the City of Grangeville, Idaho. I herewith submit my quarterly report for the quarter ending the first Monday in February, RECEIPTS. ('ash on hand as per last statement .. $ 1348 County tax. Road tax. . Costa ami fines. County and city licenses . Sale of cemetery lots. Total. Apportioned as follows, to-wit— Contingent fund. Public improvement fund. Salary fund . , . Redemption fund. Water and light fund. Bond interest fund Cemetery fund . .. City building fund.. School fund . .. .... 3587 » 00 :« nu 52» 10 50 00 »5569 37 .» 150 II 102*2 00 7K1 »8 . 672 62 691 75 335 07 50 00 . 360 »2 115 50 dist ap files said Von laid al; of no ex and to of or of be m, of f*>1 Ca- rr..«n . K . . to o-ÎSÂÏl * ^? D i2 le V 1 * 1 »PPO^^very Saturday and the first Monday : jjj JL f »ni » t0 » 6 P "V of 21« fiîïn„ îl be #! n W Z°!i J®®» transaction of all | l*«rt*lhlng tosohoo matters. Elmer A. (arpenter. f'nmitv ®ur»eHn tendent Total. .... I 4210 85 DISIU'RSKMENTS Gash on hand . Contingent fund . Salary fund . Redemption fund . Water aud light fund . »tery fund . School fond . Interest on warranta . .9 2806 0» 171 55 . . 924 85 . 401 (X» . 807 50 . 123 60 . 140 50 . 185 82 C Total. .$ 5559 37 Balance to the credit of the various funds— Special assessment improvement fund. | 40 35 Redemption fund . Salary fund. Cemetery fund . Bond interest fund . Contingent fund. I'ublic improvement fund Water and light fund City building fund. School fund . .. . 161 01 42 39 .... 202 30 .... 886 05 .... 26 65 .... 1316 9» 14 87 . .. 625 96 the 5 oo Total I2K05 05 Respectfn 11 y, Henry Telcher, City Treasurer. feh 8-22. Designation of Office Day of County Superintendent cf Schools. of nAorrrr* nAaffmnnmn POSITE POSTOFFICE. G. A. GREEN. DENTI8T, OP ! ' ( | 1 ! re-I I 1 I Fanning Mill and Smut Machine i i ! is | Combined I Ë4T cy . i I« made of bent material. Workmanship i« first-class. Is covered with pure paint. Will stand all kiuds of weather Has large feed hopper Ha« two shakers working in opposite directions. Has four changes in throw. Elevator for sacking cleaned grain attached to our mills. Vitrioliug attachments may he connected to any of our make of Fanning Mills. for sale toy the Grangeville Implement Co I Orangeville, Idaho ffi J li rJ o o c „Oregon Short Line Union Pacific AND ONLY LINK HAST VIA SALT LAKE ANI> DENVER TWO TRAIN« DAILY TIME SCHEDULES Riparia, Wash. DAILY DRCaKTS DAILY ARK1 KR 12:50 Fa M 4 IL—For I'omerov, Wailsburg. Dayton, Walla Walla, Pendleton, Haker City nnd all points East. Fast M ail— From all points East, Raker City, Pendle ton, Walla Walla, Dayton, Waitthurg, Pomeroy Express for Portland, San Francisco, Huker ('ity all pointa East. Express from all points East, Maker City. Francisco, Portland. P. M. 1:30 P. M. 10:35 i P. M. 3:45 , Han A. M. STEAMER LINES Daily Boat Service bet we Oregon «71 ty. Dytou, Corvallis and all Col river points. Portland, Astoria, Salem, Independent umbra and Willamatt Snake River Route. Steamers leave Lewiston daily, except Fridav At 7 a. m. Steamers leave Riparia daily, except HaUndav at 5:40 a. m. C. W. MOUNT, '1 Agent. Lewiston, Idaho G< Northern Pacific Railroad. I-ieavPB Stiles at 4:50 A. M. daily, except Sunday; arrives at 6: p. m. Spokane at 2:20 p m. Train leaves Spokane at 9:30 a. m. and arrives at Pot latch Junction at 3:35 p. m. Stitesat 6:45 p. in. Connections at Potlatch Junction for Lewiston: Ar at Lewiston from From rive« Stites 9:10 a. m. Spokane, 4:20 p. m. Leave Lewiston for Stites at 1:45 For Spokane at 7:45 00 nu 10 00 p. in. p. iu. For further information call on or addreBH 37 II 00 »8 62 75 07 00 »2 50 * 1 "V all E. R. CAWLEY, Grangeville, Idaho, or A. D. CHARLTON, A. G. P.A. Portland, Oregon. 85 CAMAS PRAIRIE 0» 55 85 (X» 50 60 50 82 MACHINE SHOPS All kinds of Lathe Work and Machine Repairing Horseshoeing and Wagon Making 37 35 01 39 30 05 65 9» 87 96 J. F. JACKSON Successor to D. R. Atherton Boat End Main St. oo Grangeville, Idaho 05 W. H. Ralph Licensed Auctioneer Nez Perce, Idaho Has had many years experience and guarantees satisfaction. Same attention given to small sales as large ones. References given. Date« for Sales can be Arranged at this Office. I Camas Prairie ROLLER MILLS i i To insure a sweet, wholesome Loaf, use u White Rose ft I d The most popular brand on the market. A trial will convince. y B. I). KNORR, - Orangeville, Idaho V The choicest Groceries The best Dry Goods H. E. Matteson THE CASH MERCHANT * •;( Joe Sorrow »fVrS 1 General Blacksmith, Wagon Making and - Horse Shoeing. State Street ;-cj ' r \r Skilled Workmen Employed William Irwin Undertaker and Embalmer Hearse anil everything the latest in furnishings. Parlors on Main Street The Inland Abstract aid Investment Co., Lid. I NCOUrOHATED BONDED ABSTRACTERS Abstri cts of Real Estate and Mining Property Furnished on Short Notice J. A. BRADBURY, Sec. and Mgr., Grangeville, Idaho -♦ MONLUX LUMBER COMPANY W. T. GREAVES, Manager Yard One Block northwest of Court House A complete stock of Rough and Finishing Lumber always on hand Mill at Craig's Mountain GRANGEVILLE, IDAHO inrinnrinnnnrtnrg Fine Billiard and Pool Tables WINES AND CIGARS i OREGON SALOON, Grangeville, Idaho CfLSUUUULkJUULSUUUUULItAJUUtJUIJL^ î Leslie Thompson I « ..THE art store.. < ♦ * > 4 * 4 Lewiston, Idaho ♦ ■$ I Photographic Supplies, Artists ï Materials, Crayon Portraits, Bro % mide enlargements from your own % « negatives. Finishing for Ama- X teurs a Specialty. We carry f Films and Plates of all Sizes. ■y >° » I *» * V. HOLZ & SON Brickmakers, Contractors and Builders. A Big Supply of the Best brick and good lime always on hand. jo l GranRttville, Idaho. Henderson & Noyes Contractors, Builders Housemovers. Heavy Woi-k. e. Sp@sia.lty j I rveeiey-;- = ! Ä «L ** lh * ^ 0blCC ?. H , I ind Neurasthenia, end TUE VCCI CV ■ ■ I Ht KttLtl I nnd JMl IMCTITIITE ^ InOllIUlM ewignt, lit. I »trial* Office Saloon i Carries tho following brands of popular whithlasi Hermitage Burk's Irish Crab Orchard Bushmell Malt Olen Levitt Scotch Hiram Walkers Cana dian Club. Also a choice atocK of win« Ale and Beer His Key W'est and imported Cigars are the best. ■y ~6~sif'innr$~sirv innnf innnnrinrirtr^ >° Reports Examinations I s W. C. ricNUTT Civil Engineer % U. S. 1 eputy ° Hineral Surveyor « Idaho a and jo Grangeville, _ l ^!LSUUUUUUUUUL!LlLJL)UULkJL!LIULIl5 W. H. Campbell Contractor and Builder. Estimates Fuknibhed. j GRANGEVILLE, IDAHO I HOLLISTER'S floc '? ."«"f" 1 , »••"«««» ! „äääös».. I A -» v ifio for Constipât ion. Indigestion, Ll*e end h. iQc»y Trouble». Fimple». Eczema. Impure ''."?ish Bowel«, Headache I nnd B ickachô. i ta U >cLty Mountain Te* la tftb* forin » cpuîs a box. Ornulne made by Hollister Drug Company, Madison, Wla. I «OLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE