WtM S WP EN
IN HOQ LOTS.
Chen» Venee Fee lull Ynrte.
By ROBERT S. SHAW, Michigan exper
In pursuing economic methods of
swine husbandry pasture and forage
are essential throughout thé
greatest possible portion of the yeur.
Continuous pasturing and foraging by
bogs are largely dependent ou a succes
sion of these two classes of crops. This
fact would seem to require either a
number of small lots or one large one
subdivided by portable fences or bur
I'ortable fences constructed of light
lumber have been commonly used In
the past, but this material Is no longer
practicable under general conditions.
Division of lots can be made by means
of a portable woven wire fence made
as follows: Set a row of posts two rods
apart for the support of the portable
fence. The figure shows a contrivance
devised for the attachment of a porta
ble woven wire fence at the ends. Two
posts cleated together at both top and
bottom about four Inches apart are set
Id line with the fence at each end.
If the woven wire Is stapled to the
end posts firmly enough to hold It the
fence will be badly damaged In with
drawing the staples to removs It, sc
END POSTS FOB PORTABLE WIRE FENCE.
that it would soon be destroyed. In or
der to overcome this difficulty we bolt
two pieces of 1 by 4 Inch oak ou tbs
fence In the form of clamps, placing
these clamps one on each side of an up
right wire to prevent slipping of the
laterals. This Is then drawn through
between the two posts at one end and
blocked by 2 by 4 pieces. A wire stretch
er Is tben attached to the other end, the
fence Is pulled up tight, the end drawn
through between the end posts and
clamps and blocks used as heretofore
described. The stretcher can then be
slacked back and removed.
The wire fence Is held In an upright
position against the intermediate posts
by staples only partly driven. In some
cases It may be necessary to pin the
fence down between the posts. Occa
sionally sags will occur In the ground
where pins would be lifted by the ten
sion of the wire. In such cases wrap a
ahort piece of wire around a rock, bury
this underneath- the fence and fasten
the bottom strand of the fence down
to tlie wires which project above the
ground from the rock. For portuble
fencing we have used thirty Inch wov
CHEAP AND DURABLE FENCE.
«n wire, which seems to be high
enough. A strand of barbed wire af
fords effective restraint when placed
underneath a woven Wire fence.
The question of cheap, durable and
serviceable fencing for the small yards
adjacent to the piggery Is Important
A tight board fence probably makes
the most perfect one for turning hogs.
We have attempted to make a suitable
•ubstltute. The fences forming our
small pens are constructed of woven
wire with 2 by 0 Inch material at bot
tom and top. The plan is shown In the
Making Alfalfa Har.
I have had much better success sav
1hg alfalfa hay than I had In twenty
years' experience with clover. In this
climate H Is not often possible to cure
It out with the green color that they
secure In ths arid regions. By beating
1h the cock, mow or rick It will bleach
004 a pale white or light color. I do
not believe thia change of color injures
9>c quality of the hay. The eating Is
proof of the quality. After a field has
been well started the first cutting Is
nsually the coarsest, heaviest and hard
est to cure.
•nay be expected to Improve In quality,
but lessen In quantity.—John Jamison
In Ohio Farmer.
Each successive cutting
Fratt Rat ot Tomato*«.
Fruit rot of tomatoes Is combated
More or less successfully by prun
■Bg and training vines to admit light
*hd air, together with the destruction
Bll diseased fruits, to prevent the
*Pre*t of infection.
I'aniel Webster once sat for his por
tait to G. p. Healy, and the senator's
•»mark when he .surveyed the complet
Pâture became one of the artist's
favorite anecdotes In after years. "I
•hink," said Webster as he looked at bis
counterfeit presentment, "that Is a face
1 bave often shaved." Healy found
Andrew Jackson a disagreeable and
Uhwllfing "subject," and he compensat
«Wmself by painting-Old Hickory
, absolute fidelity to nature, not
glossing a single defect The portrait
Wvee Jackson an ugly, savage and pal
. ... „ wa ® the de
p™^ 1 , 01 ", of .^ e Bor 8> um onBols m the
Cathedral of St. John the Divine by the
scülptor himself while smartiug under
the criticism that there were no male
Geromo, the famous French Bculptor.
had tieen working for weeks on the clay
model of a group representing Spring.
It had almost reached completion when
the artist became convinced that the
treatment was wrong, and In a minute
he had beaten the entire group Into •
shapeless mass of damp clay.
Hogarth destroyed a picture which
had been somewhat severely criticised
by one of his friends, but the most spec
tacular destruction Is related of Char
tran, who for a time had
The dele They
. Wromwht WhO*
Seeertlw* l.«*r Critic!.«.
By no means unusual
v „ a studio In
York. He was visited by the hus
band of an American woman whose
portrait he was painting. $5,000 being
the agreed price. The husband, whilt
admitting it to be a splendid work ol
art, declared that be could see abso
lutely no likeness to his wife in the pic
tured face. Chartran laid down his
brush aud, taking out his penknife, slit
the canvas Into ribbons, after which he
bowed his critic out. It afterward de
veloped that the man was disparaging
the portrait merely hi the hope of ob
taining a reduction In the price.
ERRORS OF SPEECH.
Common Alina* of the Verb*
to Lay and to Lie.
Tlio verb to get la one of our much
misused words. It menus to acquire,
win, obtain, and primarily It signifies
the putting forth of effort to attain
something. Consequently It U not only
superfluous, but Incorrect, to speak of
a man ns "getting drowned" or "get
ting sick," und you may unfortunately
"have a cold," but It la Impossible that
you "have got a cold." At this mo
ment no exceptions occur to the writer
to tlie rule that got should never be
used lu connection with have, which
alone sufficiently expresses possession.
Say "I have the picture," not "I have
got the picture." "The dog has a
broken leg," not "The dog has got a
The irregular verbs lay and lie
frequently confounded. I .a y Is
five or transitive verb, and lie is
sive or intransitive,
down or have laid them down, but
and things lie at rest. You lie down,
have lain down, will lie down
lying down; she lay dowu yesterday
and la going to lie dowu this afternoon.
A frequent error Is to confound the
past tenses of these verbs. One should
say, "Mary laid the book on the table
and lay down herself," but the book
lies on the table.
We lay thiuffs
Hon It I« Affected by the Use of
Mixed Fatty Food«.
The stomach never has the least pow
er of digesting true fat. This is dis
posed of in the intestines. When eat
en In the ordinary forms, as fat meat,
butter, etc., the fat separates out in
the stomach and does not in the least
interfere with the work of the gastric
Juice on the other food, but when a
nonfatty food has been intimately mix
ed with grease the latter prevents the
gastric Juice getting at the food It
could digest. Fish fried in oil or but
ter is by no means the most marked
example, as the fat does not penetrate
very deeply. Potatoes mashed with
butter are rather worse, and minced
vegetables fried with butter are bad
offenders. The reason advanced ex
plains why pork is difficult of diges
tion. The muscular fibers are mixed
up with fat cells, and by the liberation
of tlie oil In each tiny cell the eaten
pork is made into an oily paste. A
very strong stomach will do the work
required, but it is not a fair task to
impose frequently, and a weak stom
ach will refuse to do anything beyond
reminding its owner by a few stabs
that it will not stand such treatment
How frequently are the honesty and
Integrity of man disposed of by a smile
or a shrug! How many good and gen
erous notions have been shrunk Into
oblivion by a distrustful look or stamp
ed with the imputation of proceeding
from bad motives by a mysterious and
seasonable whisper! I-ook into com
panies of those whose geutle natures
should disarm them; we shall find no
better account How often does the
reputation of a helpless creature bleed
by a report—which the party who Is at
the pains to propagate It beholds with
much pity and fellow feeling—that she
Is heartily sorry for It; hopes In God
It Is not true; however, ns Archbishop
Tillotson wittily observes upon it. Is
resolved In the meantime to give the
report her puss that at least it may
have fuir play to take Its fortune in
the world to be believed or not, ac
cording to the charity of those into
whose hands it shall happen to fall!—
A New Hampshire poultry woman
says of geese in American Agricul
turist: X have bred geese for several
years and find by experience that the
Buff and Brown China varieties hatch
better than the Toulouse or Embden. I
have bred the first two kinds with good
I now have the Buff, Brown
China, Toulouse and Wild Canada va
I find shorts and oats scalded with
milk or water make an excellent mash
for them and that the eggs hatch better
than when fed whole hard grain.
They should have cut hay or green
grass, free range and all the fresh wa
ter they care to drink. During the
breeding season I keep them separate.
He Wa« Tender.
"Young Mr. Softy paralyzed Dr. Sun
ton when he went to be vaccinated,"
observed Gaswell to Dukane.
"How was that?"
"He asked the doctor to put him un
der the Influence of anaesthetics."
A Farsighted Girl.
"I will work night aud day to make
you happy," he said.
"No," she answered thoughtfully,
"don't do that. Just work during the
day and stay at borne at night."
Patting yourself on the back ia a dif
ficult task—seldom done gracefully.
Tnt» U Indeed the
age of commer
cé limn. said the man of sentiment«.
"What makes you think soT*'
de- "Some of our statesmen never men
the ttou the American eagle any more and
the are continually applauding the work
ot the American hen." - Washington
! Ye ®' *be made a name for herself."
" In what
*be used to be Ellen Cummins
the Bro ' vn - Now sho Is Alleen Comyna
1 Brow h«-"—Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Knowledge will not be acquired with
out pains and application. It Is trou
blesome and deep digging for pure wa
ters, but when once you come to the
spring they rise up and meet'you.
Th* Rangement Wh Reeea«.
He—I wonder If there la Another girl
In tile whole wide world so sweet as
my little sweetheart. She-What's thatl
How dare you think of another girl? I
shan t speak to you for a week.
We know books by reading them,
horses by handling them, bouses by liv
ing In them and men by trusting them.
Best baths at üogan's.
Remember Hancock for photo
80 00 buys a good set of dishes
al Frank Karnes'.
Men's 83 hats at H. E. Matte
sou's now going at 81.50.
Go to Austin's for fresh aud
fancy groceries, at all times.
Gibson, the optcian, makes a
specialty of fitting glasses.
Austin carrips the Gold Leaf cof
fee; you will find no better.
Everybody likes LaPerla cigars
because there is none better.
Sash doors aud building paper of
all kinds at Monlux lumber yard.
Nothing better than Gold Leaf
coffee; you will find it at Austiu's.
Wedding rings made to order on
Hhort notice. Dunlap, the jeweler.
High estgrade of roasted coffees,
teas and extracts at H. E. Matte
If you are hot, try a bottle of ice
cold soda from Austiu's refriger
Complete line of preferred stock
of canned goods at H. E. Matte
Discomforts of warm weather
can be mitigated by a refreshing
bath at Hogan's.
Buy your fresh fruits and vega
tables, at Austin. He is out for
busiue68; give him a trial.
No comparison between steam
rolled grain and dry chop. Try it
at the old Bargain store.
The ouly place in Grangeville
where all kinds of lumber can lie
had is at the Monlux yard.
Big reduction in men's furnish
ings and dry goods at H. E. Mat
teson's for the next 15 days'
Get your fit in the clothes you
like to wear by seeing Grandstrom,
the tailor. Suits 820.00 and up.
Try one of those new sweat pads
guaranteed to keep your horse cool,
at Bertsch's Hardware and Har
Have your old pictures enlarged
at Hancock's. He does them in any
finish and guarantees satisfaction
or no pay.
The Monlux lumber yard can
fill your order complete with both
rough and dressed lumber, and all
of the very best.
Castle's feed store for hay, rolled
oats aud steam rolled barley. Old
Bargain store buildiug one block
north of Crosby store.
Bargains in wall paper and
paints. Biggest stock in the coun
try and lowest prices. A. W. Rob
inson on Meadow street.
For Sale. —A good 3J inch
wagon. Will sell or trade for a
lighter wagon. Inquire of Wm.
Wives make their husbands
smile, by giving them fresh coffee,
made from the Gold Leaf brand,
which they purchased at Austin's.
We can exchange Vineland and
Clarkston, Wash property for town
property or farm lands. Call and
see us. Grangeville Savings & Trust
Why do you want to he held up
in broad daylight when W. E.
Graham will furnish hearse to
Fairview and Denver cemeteries
or 85? In citv limits free.
The Idaho Mutual Co-operative
Insurance Co. of Boise is in the
lead, is doing business only in thL
state, and will save yon money.
Whitaker & Howe Land Co.,
Don't drag along with a dull,
billious, heavy feeling. You need
a pill.* Use DeWitt's Little Early
Rises, the famous little pills. Do
not sicken or gripe, but results are
sure. Sold by The Right Drug Store.
In this state it is not neccessarv
to serve a five days notice for evic
tion of a cold. Use the original
laxative cough syrup, Kennedy's
Laxateve Honey and Tar. No
opiates. Sold by The Bight Drug
I Old maids would be scarce and
hard to find,
Could they be made to see,
How grace and beauty is com
Using Rocky Mountain Tea. At
the Right Drug Store.
Notice of Registration.
Notice is hereby given, that the
registrars of the respective pre
cincts of Idaho county, Idaho, will
on Saturday, the 1st day of 8ep
tomber, 1906, and eaeh Saturday
thereafter, until Saturday the 3rd
day of November, 1906, be at the
places designated by them as their
ofiiees for such purpose, from the
hours of 9 a. m. until 5 p. m., and
from 7 p. hi. until 9 p. m., to re
ceive aud register the names of alt
persous applying, who are or will
i»e, on the 6th day of November,
1906, entitled to vote; and also at
such other times as the party ap
plying may fiud them at the places
of registration. Every voter must
Dated .Orangeville, Idaho, July
J. I. Overman,
Clerk of board of county com
Wall Paper at Cost.
I have a small stock of paper left
over from last year that I am al
most giving away. Call and see it.
A. W. Robinson. Meadow street,
near Vollmer & Scott's.
In the district court of the Second Judicial dis
trict, State of Idaho, in and for Idaho county.
Aaron K. Parker, Frank McUrane. C. Vi.
(toodale, William N. Knox. W. W. Drown,
James W. shannon and Aarou F Parker as
executor of the last will and testament of
Josiah P. Cox. deceased, plaiutifft. vs. 8. W.
The state of Idaho sends greeting:
To 8. W. Smith, defendant, you are hereby
suinmoued, and required 'o appeur in an ac
tion brought against yon by said plaint lira lu
he diatrict court, aud to answer the complaint
of the above named plaintiff, tiled therein,
within ten days (exclusive of the day of service!
after service on you of thi* summons, if served
within the county; or if served out of this
'ouuty, but within this judicial district, within
if served elsewhere, within
forty days. The said action is brought
to recover possession of a portion of the
Rescue Lode mining claim, situated in the Elk
City Mining District, Idaho co., Idaho, in
cluded withiu the line* of the Premium lode
iniuing claim, as will more fully appear in
the copy of the complaint served herewith;
T« obtain judgment that the locations of said
Kescue lode mining claim a re legal and valid,
and that the plaintiffs and the estate of Josiah
P Cox. deceased, are the owuers of
vided 13-17 interest in said Rescue lxide iniuing
claim and entitled to the posession »hereof:
that the locatiou of said Premium Lode milling
claim is void and invalid as far
> ground included in the said Kescue Lode
mining claim, aud that defendant has no title
or interest in said Rescue claim, or any p
thereof, under or by virtue of said Premii
location: For such other relief as the court
may see proper: aud costs of st.it;
The particulars more fully appearing iu plain
tiff's complaint, a copy of which is served here
with and made a part hereof. And you are
hereby notified that if you fail to appear and
answer said complaint as above required the
id plaintiff* will apply to the court lor the re
lief demanded in the complaint
Attest my hand and the Neal of the district
court of the Second judicial district, state of
Idaho, in aud for Idaho county, this 1st day of
J u tie, 1906.
|8eal| J. I. Overman, Clerk.
Bv W. N. Knox, deputy Clerk.
W. N Scales, attorney for plaintiff, Orange
in the district court of the Second judicial
trict, Slate of Idaho, ln und for Idaho county.
Aaron F. Parker. Frank McQraue, Wallace
Scott, C. W. Goodnle, James W. Hhanoii, J. p.
Vollmer, William N. Knox, W. W. Brown and
Aaron F . Parker as executor of the last will
and testament of Josiah P. Cox, deceased,
plaintiffs, vs H. W Smith, defendant.
The State of Idaho send* greeting:
To 8. W. Smith, dufendant. you are hereby
summoned aud required to appear in au action
brought agaiust you by said plaintiff in the
District ''ourt, and to auswer the complaint of
t îe above named plaintiff, filed therein, withiu
ten days | exclusive of the day of service I after
service on vou of this summons, if served with
this county; or if served out of this couuty but
within this judicial district, within tweuty
if served elsewhere, within forty days.
The said action is brought to recover pososslon
of portions of the Relief Creek and Cleveland
Lode mining claims situated iu the Elk City
fnow Uro Grande] miuing district, Idaho Co.,
Idaho, included withiu the lines of the Premium
Lode miuiug claim, as will more fully appear in
the copy of the complaint Rerved herewith:
To obtain judgment that tlie locations of said
Relief Creek and Cleveland Lode mining claims
are legal aud valid, aud that tlie plaintiffs aud
the estate of Josiah P. Cox, deceased, are the
undivided 4-5 interest in each
of said claims aud entitled to pression thereof.
That the location of said Premium Lode mining
elaim is void aud invalid as far as it affects
the ground included in the said Relief Creek
aud Cleveland l.ode mining claims, and that
the defendant lias no title or interest In said
Relief Creek aud Cleveland Lode mining
claims, or any part thereof under or by virtue
of said Premium locatiou; For such other re
lief as the court may see proper; and costs of
The particulars more fully appearing
plaintiff's complaint, a certified cony of which
is served herewith, and made a part hereof.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail
to appear and Hiiswer said complaint as above
required the said plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief demanded in the complaint.
Attest my liHiid and the seal of the district
court of the 8ccond Judicial district, state of
Idaho, in and for the Idaho county, thisSrd
day of July, 1906.
Bv W. N.
J. I. Overman, Clerk.
Knox, Deputy Clerk.
W. N. Beales, attorney for plaintiff, Grange
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Iu tlie Probate Court, Idaho Couuty. State of
In the matter of the estate of John Doumecq,
Notice i* hereby given, that Letters of Admin
istration on the estate of Johu Doumecq. de
ceased, were granted to the undersigned on
the 22nd day of May, 1906, by the probate court
of Idaho county.
All person* having claims against said estate
are required to exhibit them to me for allow
ance, at the office of W. N. Scales, attorncy-at
law, in Grangeville, Idaho, hereby designated
as the place where the business of said estate
will be conducted, withiu four mouths after the
date of tlie first publication of this notice, or
they shall be torever barred.
This 17th day of July, 190«.
W. N. 6calkr, Attorney.
1st pub jul 19 aug 16
County Warrants Redeemed.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
county wurrauta will be paid on presentation to
the couuty treasurer at hts otflee in (irangeville,
Idaho, aud that interest on said warrants will
cease on the 10th day of August, lltoti, to-wlt:
. Current Expense fuud, warrante issued Jau.
■JH, 11102, No. V2S.
Current Extreuse fund, warrants lsaued Jan.
15, 1206, No. 1170.
«jetterai Road fund. Warrants issued July Is,
1200. Nos. 512 to #20, Inclusive.
School warrants isnned June 19th, 1W6, No.
1S70. Dint. N«. 02.
Dated Aug. 9.1206.
FRANK 8 RICE.
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT.
In the district court of the Second judicial dia
trict of the «täte of Idaho, In and for the
county of Idaho.
W. N Scale«, Plaintiff, vs. George Bah, De
Notice is hereby given, that an attach
ment has been Issued In the above entitled
court. In the above entitled action against the
property of the said defendant.
Dated, (irangeville Idaho, Aug 2, A. D. 1906.
« witness whereof, I have hereuuto set n y
haud and attixed my oStclat seal the 2nd day
of Alignât, A. D. 1206.
'Scull J. I. OVKRMAK,
Clerk of aald Court.
By W. N. Knox, Deputy.
To the heir* of Henry Wax, deceased, his ad
intuiHtrator, and to «II whom this may con
You are hereby notified that 1 have expended
during the year of 1905, two huudrer dol'ars in
labor and improvement* upon the Grangeville
I^ode and Frankford Lode, situated iu Elk City
mining district, Idaho county, Idaho, the loca
tion certificate of which ia found of record in
book 8, Mining Locations, at page 348, and iu
book 8, Miuiug Locations, «t page 400. respec
tively, in the office of the county recorder of
«aid county, in order to hold said claims, uuder
the Provision of eeetion 2324 of the revised
statutes of the CplUsi States, and the amend
ment thereto, appro ed January 22, 1880, con
cerning annual lafcor upon miuiug claims,
being the amount required to hold said lode
for the period ending the SAst day of December,
A. D. 1905; aud If» within ninety days from the j
publication of tfarti n n ll n you fail or refuse to
contribute your »f OJMtfcgn of such expend!-1
*".» »• eo-own«. your Inter*»! In the clelm
will become the property of the eubecrtbcr.
your co-owner, who bee mule the readied ex
penditure, by term* of eeld eectlon.
J. J. Schoner
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
To J. C. Pol ich :
I Yon «re hereby notified that we have expended
duriug the year 1905 One Uoudred dollar« in
labor aud improvement« upou each of the fol
lowing described placer miuiug claim* situate
in Robbins mluliig dlatitct. Idaho county.
*late of Idaho, lo wlt: King, Queen, Gold
Eagle. Ruitaiaii Caar. Eva aud Moute Negro,
in order to hold aald claim« aud each of them
under the provision« of the lawa of the TT. s.
and of the state of Idaho, being the amount
required to hold «aid claim* and each of them
for the period ending Dec. 8l*t. 1905 And if
within niuety day* from the personal service
of this notice.or within ninety davsafter the pub
lication thereof, you fall or refuse to contribute
your proportion of such expenditures, I. e .
•IÔ0 and the cost of this notice, as
owucr, vour iuterest in the said claim* aud each
of them wiet become the property of the utider
slgned, your co-owners who have made the re
quired expenditure to hold said claim* under
the laws of the U. 8. aud of the state of Idaho.
U. Hadlilov ich.
County Warrants Redeemed.
Notice i* hereby Riven, that the following
couuty warrant* will be paid on presentation to
the county treasurer at his office in Graugevlile,
Idaho, aud that Interest on *aid warrant* will
the 12th day of August, 1906, to wit:
Current expense fuud, warrants issued Jan.
•2K, 1902, Non. 919 to 92Ô Inclusive.
Current expense fund, warrants issued Jau.
15. 1906. Nos. 1166 to 1169 inclusive.
Dated Aug. 2. 1906.
Designation of Office Day of
County Superintendent cf
Until further uotlce, I hereby designate and
appoint every Saturday and the first Monday
in each month from 9 a. m. to 5 p in.
as office c ays, at which time I will be In my of
fice at Orangeville for the transaction of ail
business pertaining to school matters.
Klmek a. ( ' a kpkntk r,
Carries the following brand«
of popular wHiaHlowt
Oien Levitt Scotch
Hiram Walkers Cana
•Also si ohoios stoch of win*
Als and Boor
HU Key West and Imported
Cigars are the beat.
of ell kinds
ff. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
All kinds of Lathe Work and
J. F. JACKSON
Succcaaor to D. R. Atherton
East End Main St.
2 Leslie Thompson
THÊ ART STORE
« Photographie Supplies, Artists
J Materials, Crayon Portraits, Bro
t mlde enlargements from yonr ovn
|| negatives. Finishing for Ama
J tours t Specialty. Ve carry
j Films and Plates of all Sizes.
LAXATIVE GOUGH SYRUP
Cora« all Covgks and
assista la txaslBag
Colds from ths
A cartels core
I. & D*WITT ft OO., OH 10AGO, U. ft A.
8old by The Right Drug Store.
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W. E. GRAHAM
Only Licensed Embalmer in
Furniture and Undertaking
\ WALL PAPER AND WINDOW SHADES
° No Charge for Team and Hears« q
^JiSSJLAJLJLXSULJLAJiSiJilAJiASJiSLAJLSJLSLSLJiSLSiJ l aQBPOOOOOOOoaq anno 0
Finest on the market.
Give them a trial.
• Orangeville, Idaho
B. D. KNORR,
I) WALLACE SCOTT, Pré».
J. P. VOLLMER, Vice Pré«.
First National BanK
Of Grangeville, Idaho
Capital and Surplus
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSIT
Wy*tt? VVillace Scott W H *"' Robert Joue '* 3 - r - All.hie, 1. P. Vollmer, Frank K.
Bank of Camas Prairie
CAPITAL and SURPLUS .
A. Frclilcnrfch, Vice-President
W. W. Brown, Ca.liler
W. W. Brown, A. Freidcnrioh, Frmik MoOrmne, Milton Fraldenrich, F. W. Kettcnbach
W. F Kettenb.oli, James Edward«.
Fire Proof Vault for *«fe keenlna of customer« paper« and valuable«.
A general banking bualntaa tranaaeted.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
F. W. Kettenbach, President
QEO. M. ROBERTSON, Caahter o
i Fanners' <£ Merchants' State Bank j
JACOB MATTHIESON, President
cJ COTTONWOOD, IDAHO
I Incorporated Capital Stock, $25,000
o Interest Paid on Time Deposits
" Farm Loans Fire Insurance
I New Carpets^!
Big Cut on Children's Ladies' and Gk nts'
Underwear. Come and see our prices.
VOLLMER & SCOTT
The New Grocery Store
FRANK C. EAMES. Proprietor
A line line of Dishes, Lamps, Haviland and German
China; Wooden, Tin and Grani^ware; Fruit and Veg
etables in season. Country Produce taken in exchange.
Drop in and see us—we will treat you right
9TR.A.NK Sc RALPH
J. E. RICHARDS
Sole proprietor of shop on Main Street formerly oc
cupied by A. Brown.
Absolute satisfaction guaranteed in Fit,
Quality and Style.
MONLUX LUMBER COMPANY
W. T. (IKEAV ES, Manager
Yard One Block nortlrwest of Court Houm
A complete stock of Rough and
Finishing Lumber always*bn hand ■
Mill at Craig's Mountain
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