Newspaper Page Text
„EARING THE CHICK3.
•ff rwltrt Tarda- -,_ i cr 1 cleanliness la of the highest " In the poultry yards and the entire year, but to - -.-ti. necessary in the aultry sum îSTiBontlis. when every detail should f*Lrefully attended to which may be * possible benefit to the growth «I development of the young stock. f"L u which have the very best of food csre in other respects will not *"L when confined In unclean and ^ventilated houses and pena, writea " Works In American Poultry Cletinliuesa is highly uecea to the rearing of young chicks, no whether they are Intended for stock, for breeders or for It «f auf ff. H. journal. •try Bitter Exhibition th« market. cleanliness Is not meant the us« large quantity of disinfectants give the appearance of By of ■ wWcb may desnliuess, although these are undoubt Mj good to use in connection with th« of the poultry quarters. Cleanll I S of such great account in the that In many cases it may the saving of the life of a chick csre fljmm er mean M we u a, the health and growth, for (feanfiiHtts la the foe of vermin, and ^nnlD la the cause of a majority of tbe poultry losaea and dlaeaaea. The bouses for the you*g atock should l„ dry aud well ventilated, and the dilcks should be kept from crowding iad taught to go on the roosts as soon to possible, so that there will be no duger of deformed breast I »ones caused IU overcrowding. The brood coops and leaders should receive much of the poultrytuanN attention during the hot Koson, aud the little chicks should tore clean, dry straw on the floors of their coops and also plenty of fresh air and abode. Lime Is one of the best things to use In the houses, either in the form of whitewash or sprinkled about the floor aa a powder. Carbolic add Is also a pod disinfectant, and kerosene should be used Iu the fight against lice and mites. The chicks need to be dusted with Insect powder and their dnstlng places sprinkled with it. The yards abould be dug up often and disinfected with lime and carbolic acid, so that the ground will not become old and fall of disease germs. of to It to er Price Winning Wyandotte. The Silver Laceil Wyandotte cock here reproduced from Breeder's Gazette wou first prize at the recent Chicago s# m I'M SILVER LACED WYANDOTTE COCK. poultry show. Wyandotte* are great favorites In the middle and eastern states, and large numbers are found on successful farms. They are pro lific egg producers. as as be to Cookfug Food For Fowls. Cooking the food destroys the live «Ils ami does not add anything to the food except hulk and renders the starch more easily digestible. The cooking Is chiefly of service in adding variety to the food and In destroying uny unde sirable germs which may be present in meat food. Cooked food fed to fowls two or three times a week will afford a desirable variety to the ratlou aud help toward better results from the flock, but do not feed fowls on an exclusively cooked food diet If you wish to keep them well aud strong. Cooked whole grains should be fed sparingly and not loo frequently.— P. T. Woods, M. D„ In Sellable l'oultry Journal. H.n. In Winter. The flock needs an abundance of fresh air and as much liberty as can I* given. With a small flock It Is pos sible to shovel away a few feet of snow •round the henhouse door, letting the fowls get outside for awhile every day. l*ave the door open during the middle of the day and let them go and come as they please. When there is on the ground allow the door to ro main open from 10 o'clock In the morn j®g until sundown. Don't coddle your hens, for a weak and debilitated flock will never be able to stand the strain of long continued egg laying.—Subnr b«0 Life. IncQbatofr Chick. Under Hen.. A hen to which Incubator chicks are to be given should be free from lie« •nd in another nest where other hens caunot disturb her. In the evening two or three chicks at leost thirty-six hours old mny he placed under her from be Jjlnd, care being taken not to excite her lest she step on them. At least one chick of each color shonld be given her, for hens are apt to kill chicks of an omer breed, color or size than those they have already adopted. The fol lowing morning she may be expected to mother as many as are given her.— Bul letin Connecticut Station. er V. or to It to to no snow In Keep Ponltrr Roam Cleai. Cleanliness Is one of the chief requi res of success, so the houses, nests , yards should be cleaned frequent L the houses whitewashed and Insect Powder used freely. Clean out th« ropplngs every day, oil the roosta fre ~y a ad provide clean material for 7 e nest » every two weeks. If this la one there will be no trouble from lice, ■at tf filth is allowed to accumulate a mites will multiply rapidly and use no end of trouble.—American Ag riculturist Feather Pallia«. one of the most satisfactory way* feather pulling, says Refl Poultry Journal, la to rub a llttla »act of aloea on the feathers of th« njjv " bout the portion that hat been h"*™. **• After the feather pullen ■ave had a good taste of the feathers with aloes they are not likely ba * e T°« any further trouble. . * ***•■« Duig*« «tala. jAJJWMn damaged by darapneag my i* L "**ly fed to poultry If thoroughly In a hot oven. Scorch It Jo* GRAIN FOR CHICKS. I I Millet Sparingly Should Be Hulled. We noticed a short time of our exchanges ago In one 1 a very iiertlnent ex presslon. says American Fancier. It K r ttan a quart. ThTsmnlT^ed ludn" i the hen to scratch for them." K This statement Is true. — Oats . . We wit nessed the dire disaster of the ntter de struction of many hundreds of young chicks In a brooder house through the feeding of too much millet seed. Millet seed should be fed ns extra or dessert, Just a little now and then to coax the hens along and to Induce them to scratch In the litter for it-Just a few seed In the grain mixture for the little chicks, not much, just about a table (ppoonful to a quart of mixture. Tills Will be of benefit where too mueh will destroy their lives. It Is too oily, too rich. Its tendency is to swell up and Clog the bowels. This is why It proves so destructive to both old and fowls when fed too liberally. Kaffir corn Is recommended for young chicks. So is pearl barley, good. should be fed whole. They should al ways be cracked Into two or more pieces before they are fed to tent elUier to young chicks, hens or pigeons. Kaffir com that is thoroughly well dried is almost as hard as a bullet and Just as easy of reduction In the crop of the poultry. For these reasons It should be cracked or broken open be fore being fed. A little of this, like the millet, may bo fed to grown poultry pigeons, but not young squabs chicks. short at young 71. Both are from ber Neither of these. however. any ex live ket why ness or or We often recommend hulled oats for poultry of all kinds. This is to avoid the feeding of the busks or hulls of the oats. Where you cannot obtain the hulled oats get them clipped. This Is oats passed through machinery and the greater part of the hull trimmed there from. This reduces the consumption of the husks. It Is In Its nuturul state more than one-half husks. When fed to poultry In Its natural state they mnst grind up and consume one pint of straw to every quart of oats that is fed to them. The straw or husk or hull of the oats has no food value whatever. For this reason it is a waste of time and labor in the life of the ben to com pel her to grind up the hull of the oats, which retards rather than increases the egg production. Then, again, the point of the oat hull is very sharp, and when fed to any extent it is possible that It will lacerate the interior of the crop of the fowl, creating un irritation that may lead to disease. Some of the best authorities In the veterinary world claim that much of the poultry that dies without apparent cause may be attributed to the Irritation of the Inter nal parts of the crop and the passage to the gizzard with the sharp points of oats and other sharp ]K>luted grain. Whether this be true or not can be sub stantiated by those who feed any quan tity of oats to their poultry. The great er part of the oats that are fed to poul try at the present time Is ground into meal and mixed into the mash food. once. once be by try & line, fresh tin see ens, day your lead, bed, see will Eke. For HatchlnK. Much depends upon the selection of eggs for hatching. Egg« for this pur pose should be of uniform shape and size and thickness of shell, says a re cent bulletin of the Connecticut experi ment station. Bough shelled, dirty and mottled eggs with thin shells should be excluded. "There is some doubt ns to the advisability of setting small eggs. While It Is possible that they may be as fertile and produce as many chicks as larger eggs It Is probable that pul lets from the former will have a tend ency to lay small eggs," Small eggs should therefore he avoided. Eggs which are over five days old should not be used. "Every egg should be carefully dated when taken from the nest In order to avoid error on this point. While good hatches have been secured from eggs that were three weeks old when placed In the Incuba tor. as a rule they cannot be expected to hatch well after they are ten days c'd." for naid on time he may Qrannlnt.d Meat For I'oultry. For those who have neither time nor opportunity to prepare meat in other forms for their poultry the prepared granulated stuff is nn excellent substi tute and Is so ehenp that It should nev er be left out of the diet for growing chickens nnd for winter layers, says A. V. Meersch in Western Poultry Jour nal. It Is made either from horseflesh or from the offal of cattle and Is a com position of flesh and bone boiled up and dried and then pressed Into blocks, afterward being passed through a mill to be broken up into convenient sizes. It Is so prepared that It will keep fresh and sweet for some considerable time, and when chickens are fed entirely on dry food It Is convenient to give them their meat in this form. Ttie amount to be given depends largely upon the size of the birds, but a little every day to each one will make a great differ ence. feel ter's •25c. A 50c. Lunte l*n*lui As a means of furnishing exercise a (urge pasture is one of (he best us well the most profitable adjuncts to suc cessful swine raising. We say "large pasture,'' because we notice that on a good many farms ttie "hog pasture cousists of a two or three acre lot with perhaps thirty to sixty head of swlue In same, and us a matter of course contains not a single square foot of grass.—Iowa Swlue Breeder. Quaod'a Profr«». ** Am you advance further in your art," said Gounod to a youug poet, "you will come to think of the greut poets of the past as I now appreciate the great muslclaus of former times. When I was your age I used to say 'I;' at twenty-five 1 said T and Mozart;' at forty, 'Mozart and I;' now I say 'Mozart.' " as nor or 35 in hr fice Familiar With HU Habits. First Disconsolate Widow—Are you going to the medium's tonight to see If you can get a message from your hus band? Second Disconsolate Widow— No. It Isn't any use tonight. Saturday night was always the night when he went off to spend his salary— Somer till« Journal. the cense 18th 1906, Had Noticed It. Church—DM you know that pigs were zfrald of water? Gotham—Well, 1 noticed today on a car. when It began to rain, all the end •eat boga got up In the middle of the ear.—Yonkers Btatesmza. Business Locals. I Bertdrh. Shelf hard I Stoves and ii K Th«* the w ill prayer l'.*p. Into ware. ranges at Bertsch's. 1 p , _ K member Hancock for photo K r »phs. i cig^T*' 0 ^ ****** W '' U of Ca,M » na K 1 actio Bales & Jones pay U cents for turkeys. Doors and windows at Bei tsch's. Shingles too. Nicely furnished Inquire at this office. <»o to Austin & Wann for Xmas candies and tf •24, t<> the ui.. you rooms to rent. Dot. costs 4*1 court, Idaho our ( o. at your nuts. Oibson, the optcian, specialty of fitting glasses. makes a Wedding rings made to order short notice. on Dunlap, the jeweler. All kinds of fresh cereal goods at Austin it Wann's, phone 5(> or To 71. est laws the said tli« 23*24. all said Wanted — teams to haul lumber from mill. Inquire at Monlux Lum ber Yard. tf hor .Sale—Good, paying hotel in live town. Helling. Ill health reason for Address this office. Fresh fish and oysters at the mar ket on the hill, every Thursday, phone 50 or 71. Austin & Wann. \ isit our harness room and see why it is a fact that Bertech's har ness is the best. You are welcome. For Sale—Six lots in best resi dence district, once. Idaho. I 'heap if taken at Address box Lewiston, nlStf *x three We carry tea, coffee, spices and extracts, ip the Gold Leaf brand, once used always used, Austin & Wann. For sweet, juicy meats, we can't be beat. Make your wants known by calling over the phone, 60 or 71 Austin & Wann. Bargains in wall paper and paints. Biggest stock in the coun try and lowest prices. A. W. Rob inson on Meadow' street. If you wish to make the boys smile, feed them plenty of good mince pie, the very best at, Austin & Wann's. For canned goods we are right in line, have a nice select stock of fresh goods, phone, 50 or 71, Aus tin & Wann. We can exchange Vineland and Clarkston, Wash property for town property or farm lands. Call and see us. Grangeville Havings & Trust Company. Bales & Jones announce to the public that they will receive chick ens, turkey and geese every Satur day at Grangeville. Bring in your poultry. The Idaho Mutual Co-operative Insurance Co. of Boise is in the lead, is doing business only in this state, and will save you money. Whitaker & Howe Land Co,, agents. For chapped and cracked hands nothing is quite as good as an ap plication of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Put it on before going to bed, use an old pair of gloves and see what a difference the morning will bring. Sold by the Right Drug Store. tin* in ment ant, Of to will 25th 18th July lllli 1906, No. 190:*». 1904, ■ tf the Dist. Bist Dint Dint I Notice to Taxpayers. Notice in hereby given that taxes for the year 190(1 are now due, aud naid taxe« will become delinquent on the first Monday in January, 1907, and unless paid before that time a penalty of ten per cent will he added with such other costs as may In* provided by law. I. M. Julian, Assessor and Tax Collector, Idaho County, Idaho. Floods the body with warm, glowing vitality, makes the nerves strong, quieken» circulation, re stores natural vigor, make» you feel like one born again, ter's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents. The Right Drug Store. To Çure a 0>ld in One Day. Take Laxative Broino Quinine Tablets. All druggists,refund the money if it fails to cure. Grove'H signature is on each box. •25c. _ A Guaranteed Cure for Piles. Itching, blind, bleeding or pro truding piles. Druggists are autho rized to refund money if l'azo Oint ment fails to cure in (i to 14 days 50c. iioiiis K. W. We cure not how you suffered, nor what failed to cure you, Hol lister's Rocky Mountain Tea makes puniest, weakest specimens of man or womanhood, strong and healthy. 35 cents. The Right Drug Htore. horseshoes, a t "Neverslip" Bertseh's. They nevfrslip." Designation ot Office Day of County Superintendent cf Schools. Until further notice. I hereby 'lcRi«imU ami apitoint every Saturday and the first Monday in each month from 9 r. ni. to ft p in. hr office f ays. at which time 1 will he m my of fice at Grangeville for the transaction of all bunines* pertaining to school matter*. Klmkk A. Cakpentrr, (lonntv Bm**»rtnfe»'denf County Warrants Redeemed Notice la hereby given, that the ft Mowing county warrant* will be paid on presentation to the County Treasurer at hit office in Grangeville Idaho, and that interest on said warrants will cense on the 23rd dav of Dec. lût >6, to-wit: Cut rent expense fund, warrant* issued July 18th 1906, No. SOI to 456 inclusive. General road fund, warranta Issued July 1SU» 1906, No 6M to 783 Inclusive. Dated Dec. 13th 1906. declS 27 Frank 8. Rice. Couuty Treasurer. ALIAS SUMMONS. ii the probate court lu sud (or the county Idaho. state of Idaho. K If. Parks, plaint iff, vs. Anton Ncllaen. de fendant. Th«* State of Idaho to Anton Nellsen the above named defendant: are hereby required to appear In an brought a rain st you by the above named plaintiff in the probate court iu and for the county of Idaho, state of Idaho, and to plaint filed therein, at the time hereinafter designated, or judgment by default w ill be taken against you. accordiug to the prayer of mild complaint, or for the sum of $100.00 principal and 10 per ceut. Interest from Oct. 2d, l'.*p. ami $25.00 attorney's fee The said action is brought to recover judgment HL'afnst you the said defendant for 9100.00 and Into 1 actio ii,.- r Ht ten per cent. per annum from Oct. for $,5.00 attorney 'a fee and for costa •24, l! hervln. And you art* hereby uotlfled. thrft if you fail t<> appear and answer said complaiut on Friday the 15 th day of February 1906. nt 10 o'clock a. ui.. the said you for $100 plaintiff u ill take judgment again*! <40 and iutereat at 10 percent from Dot. 24th 1005, for attorney'» fee $25.uu aud costs herein. 4*1 veil under my hand and Real of probate court, in and for the county of Idaho, «täte of Idaho tlits 8th day of NovemU»r, iu the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and six. ( s «*h 1) May Goodwin. Clerk o. T. McDonald attorney for plaiutiff, residing at Orangeville. Idaho. OKI'a P. FORFEITURE NOTICE. To .luliiiH kallin, his heirs successors and assigns. You your representatives in inter est are hereby notified that the uuder signed, your co-owner, in accordance with the laws of the (Juited States has expended the sub of $3:53.88 1-3 in labor upon the Elder Htmoks quartz mining claim situated In the Rapid Hiver Mining District. Idaho County. Idaho, and of record in the mining records of said mining district and of said Idaho Countv, tli« 1 said Miras being necessary to hold said claims for the years 1*402-3-4-5-6. And you are hereby notified that If you fail or refuse to con tribute your share of said expenditure, or I.W3.33 1-3 for your 2-3 iuterest In said claim, together with the cost of this publication, within the statutory time as specified In auction 23*24. Revised Statutes of the Uulted States, and all the amendments thereto your Interest in said claim will become the property of your twner Dated at Goff Idaho, Nov. 22. 1906. 110 V 22-feb 22 George Hartwig. P. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR DEPUTIES, . shat the uiideralgned. Notice 1* hereby si *x provided l»y law will apply to the honorable Hom'd ol county t'omuilMilouersot Idaho county. Idaho. «1 Ihetr regular January, 1007, »«»ton tor three dépolie» H»id auch clerical »Mi»tanee a» of the ottlce of clerk of the Dlatrict court and ex-ollicio Auditor and Recorder of Idaho, Couuty, Idaho, may require. (Signed) J. I. Overman, Clerk of the Dltdilct Court aud ex-olUclo Audi tor mol Raootder-e leet. tin* bus!lie de« 0 Ian 10 NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. in Hit* district court of the second judicial district of the state of Idaho, in and for the comitv of Idaho« Herbert Thorpe. plaintiff, vs. The Golden Rule Placer Mining Company, Limited, a corporation, Defendant. Notice in hereby given, that » writ of attach ment lias boeu issued out of the above entitled couort, against the property of the said defend ant, The Golden Knie Placer Mining Company, Limited, a corporation. under mv hand and seal this 90th day Of November, A. I). 1906. (Seul) .i V J. I. Overman, L'lerk of said court. Dated Grangeville, Idaho, Nov. 90, 1906. W. N. Heales. Attorney for Plaiutiff. decö-20 County Warrants Redeemed. Notice in hereby given that the following ty warrants will be paid on preneutation to the county treasurer at his office In Grange ville, Idaho, and that internst on «aid warrant* will cease on the 90th day of Dec. 1906, to-wlt: current expense fund, warranta issued Jan. 25th 1961, No. 1250 to 1444 inclusive. Current expense fund, warrants issued July 18th 1906, No. 457 to 731 inclusive. Court Current expense fund, warrants Issued July 23rd to Sept. 14th 1906 No734 to770Inclusive. current expense lund, warrant* issued Oct lllli 1906, No. 771 to 857 inclusive. General road fund, warrants issued Oct. 11 1906, No. 992 to 1124 inclusive. Bridge fund, warrants issued July 18th 1906, No. 511 to 525 inclusive. Scalp bounty fuud warrants issued Aug. 1st 190:*». No. .520 to 54*2 Inclusive. Pealp bounty fund, warrants issued Oct. 24th , No. 1099 to 1118 inclusive. »ilp bounty fuud, warrauts issued Jan. 25th 1904, No. 1119. to 1162 inclusive. Dated Dec. 20 1906. Frank 8. Rick, dec20-ian3 County Treasurer ■ County Warrants Redeemed. Notin' i» hereby Kiven, that the followinx county tmrrant* will lie paid on presentation to the county treasurer at his office In Grangeville, Idaho, and that interest- on *aid warrant* will cfttHc on the 6th day of January, 1907. to wit: School warrant issued 8ept. 29, 1906, No. 1594, [list. No. 5. School warrant iHsued Sept. 29,1906, No. 1595, Dist. No. ft. School warrant issued Oct. 6, 1906, No. 1602, Bchool warrant issued Oct. 6, 1906, No. 1603, Dist. No. 5. _ School warrant iaaued Oct. 27, 1906, No. 1694, Bist No. 5 school w l>i*t. No. f .School Di«t. No. 10. School warrant iaaued Oct. 27,1906, No 1696, Dint No. 10. „ _ School warrant issued Nov. 10, 1906, No. 1734 Dint No. 10. School warrant issued Nov. 10, 1906, No. 1782 Dint. No. 10 School warrant issued Dec. 8, 1906, No. 1831 Bist. No. 10. school warrant issued Dec. 4, 1906, No. 1&49 DM. No. 10. School warrant issued Dec. 4, 1906, No. 1886 Difct. No. 10. School Dist. No. 10. School warrant issued Dec. 6, 1906, No. 1864. DM No 10. School warrant issued Dec. 22, 1906, No. 1913, Dint. No. 10. Si hool warrant Issued April 30, 1906, No. 1234, Dist. No. 16. School warrant Issued 0<*t. 20, 1906, No. 1677, Dist. No. 16. School warrant issued Oct. 27, 1906, No. 1700, Dist. No. 16. __ School warrant issued Dec. 3, 1906, No. 1833, Dist. No. 16. school warrant issued Dec. 22, 1906, No. 1906. Dist. No. 20. _ .school warrant Issued Dec. 15, 1906, No. 1886, Dist. No. 2ft. School warrant issued Dec. 22, 1906, No 1923, Dist. No. *26. . , M School warrant issued Dec. 5, 1906. No. I860, Bist No 27. School warrant issued Dec. 1, 1906, No. 1820. I >!-t. No. 38. School warrant issued Dec. 4, 1906. No. 11M5, Dist No. 34. Bchool warrant iaaued Oct.. 27, 1906, No. 1688, Dist. No 37. School warrant iaaued D«.*c. Dint. No. 37. • 4 4 * 4 « * s « « arrant issued Nov. 3, 1906, No. 1716, warrant issued Oct. 27. 1906, No. 1689, 4 j \ ; as rant issued Dec. 4, 191*6, No. 1857, 35 ,* 1906. No. 1826 arrant iasued Dec. 8, 1906. No. 1878 Dist. No 39. School warrant issued Nov. 24, 19U6, No. 1801, Dist. No. 40. School warrant issued Nov. 26, 1906. No. 1811, Dist . No. 40. M _ Bchool warrant issued Nov. 2, 1906, No. 1710, Dist No. 41. „ . School warrant issued Dec. 22.1906, No. 1926, Dist No. 43. „ . . School warrant issued June 16, 1906, No. 1354, Dist. No. 41. ... School warrant issued Nov. 3, 1906, No. 1717, Dist. No. 4L Bchool warrant issued Nov. 16, 1906, No. 1774, Dist. No. 14. .. . .School warrant Issued Au« 1ft, 1906, No. 1489, Dist. No. 1ft. Bchool warrant issued Ang. 16, 1906, No. 1490, Dist No 4ft. Bchool warrant issued An«. 15, 1906, No. 1491, Dist. No. 45. School warrant issued May 25, 1906, No. 1295, Dist. No. 47. sell«ail warraut issued May 25, 1906. No. 1296, Dist. No. i7. School warrant issued May 25, 1906, No. 1297, Dist No. 17 Bchool wa Dist. No 47. School warrant Issued June 19, 1906, No. 1381 Dist. No. 19. Bchool warrant issued Get. 13, 1906, No 1637 Dist. No. 49 Bchool w; Disl No. 49 Bch<Mil WH Dist No. 54 School warrant issued Sept. 15, 19U6, No 1654, Dist. No ft5. school warrant fanned Bent. 21, 1906, No. 1568, Dist No. f*5. School warrant issued Oct. 9, 1906, No. 1630, Dist. No 55 School warrant Issued Oct. 9, 1906, No. 1631, Dist. No. 55. raut issued May 25, 19U6, No 1298 t of cf ami in. of all arrant isKued Oct. 23, 1906. No. 1679, >rant issue«! Nov. 16. 1906, No. 1775, irrant iwuied Nov. 10, 1906, No. 1761, BchfM»I Dial. N School warrant i*micd Nov. 1ft, 19U6, No. 1768, Dint. No 6 Hch CO. to will July 1SU» irrant Iaaued Dec. 6, 1906. No. 1«65, ! 'int No. 6 School w arraut issued Dec. 18, 1906, No. 1895, Dist. No 6«. Belit.«»! warraut issued Nov. 10, 1906, No. 1768, Dist No. 62. Seins 1 warraut iasued March 10, 1906, No. 1096, Dist No. 6ft School warrant isaued Nov. 3, 1906, No. 1727, Dist. No. 65. Dated December 27,1906. PaaMC Rica. County Treasurer <lec27 JaulO r 0 o „Oregon Short Line Union Pacific AND ONLY LINK EAST VIA BALT LAKE AND DENVER TWO TRAINS DAILY TIME SCHEDULES Kiparia, Wash. DAILY OKI'a RTS DAILY am Ki 12:00 Fart Mail—F or Pomeroy, Waitsburg, Dayton, Walla W'alla, Pendleton, Baker City and all point* East. Fast Mail—F rom all points East, Baker City, Pendle tou, Walla Walla, Dayton, Walttburg, Pomeroy Express for Portland, San Franciaco, Baker City and all points East. Express from all points East. Baker City. Francisco, Portland. P. 1. 1:18 P. 1. 9:58 P. I. 3:45 Kan A. 1. STEAMER LINES Daily Boat Service between Portland, Astert», Oregon City. Dyton, .Salem, Independence, Corvallis and all Columbia aud Wlllamatte river pointa. Snake River Route. Steamers leave Lewiaton dally, except Friday at 7 a. m. Steamer* leave Kiparia dailg, except Saturday at 6:40 a. in. C. W. MOUNT, Oen'l Agent. Lewiaton, Idaho Northern Pacific Railroad. Leaves Stites at 4:50 A. M. daily, except Sunday', arrives at 6: p. in. Spokane at 2:20 p. id. Train leaves Bpok a. m. and arrives j latch Junction at &($ Stites at 6:46 p.jàPP Connections Junction for'WHBH rives at LeBHI Stites 9:10 a. lHrc» Spokane, 4:20 p. in.«»; Lewiston for Stites p. m. For Spokane at ^fij p. m. For further information cal on or address ane at 9:30 t Pot ». m. ■< ' ■ E. R. CAWLEY, Orangeville, Idaho, or A. D. CHARLTON, A. G. P.A. Portland. Oregon. «*«•***********©«**«***««• Leslie Thompson to 4 4 * ..THE MT ST0EE • * 4 Lew In ton, Idaho « * Photographic Supplies, Artists s Materials, Crayon Portraits, Bro « « 4 j negatives. Finishing for Ama \ tears a Specialty. ; Films and Plates of all Sizes. We carry CAMAS PRAIRIE MACHINE SHOPS All kinds of Lathe Work and Machine Repairing Horseshoeing and Wagon Making J. F. JACKSON Successor to D. R. Atherton East End Main St. Grangeville, Idaho «0 YEARS* EXPERIENCE Patents . 1774, 1490, 1491, 1295, 1296, 1297, 1654, 1568, 1630, 1631, DcaioNS Copyrights Ac. 'Anyone sending a sketch and description ma; quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Uon» »trlctijr o.m0d©rvtï»jf'HAfifiBboiT aent free. Oldest apency for securing patents. through Munn A Co. reotlvt special notice, without charge, in the Scientific American. onimunice» on Patenta Patenta taken A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest cir any scientific journal. Terms, $3 a months, $L Bold by all newsdealers. 'SEESteftt dilation of ear: four THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE C0U6H SYRUP The Rsfl Cures an Coughs and assista la txpeUing laaStea 1679, 1775, Colds from tbs Systsm by | gently moving ' tbs bovtls.£ A certain cure^ for croup and vhaopiag-congb. 1761, 1768, ü. E "Iiüi^ 1«65, 1895, 1768, 1096, 1727, ARD h s. a hewirr a oa, ohioaqo. u. a a Sold by The Right Drag Store. N Camas Prairie ROLLER MILLS Manufacturer of Knorr's Best ii Extra family. Finest on the market. 1 White Rose 11 a Straight grade. Give them a trial. B. D. KNORR, * Orangeville, Idaho Bargains Bargains in MEN'S AND BOYS' BOOTS LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR Closing them out VOLLMER & SCOTT WALLACE 8COTT, Pres. J. P. VOLLMER, VicelPrea. MARTIN WAGNER,Caabler. Th© First National BanK Of Grangeville, Idaho Capital and Surplus $ 50 , 000.00 INTEREST PAID OH TIME DEPOSIT Directors:—W. A. Hall, Robert Jonee, J, F. A liable, J. P. Vollmer, Franks. Wyatt. Wallace Hcott. rangeville««* Meadows Stage Line K horse wagons and careful drivers. Leaves Grangeville every day nday, at 6 a. m., and arrives every day except Tuesday, at I« m HARK—Grangeville to Meadows, --Grangeville to White Bird, eville to Boise over one of the most picturesque lilt rides. For further information call on Agent, Grangeville, Idaho * m-f ■< !%t ».« >tW ' if Hl* m ■ $9-°° 2.00 tew G| rot •»1 fei r Sale Lur HKd lumber for sale at the T) miles south of town. All kinds of rough arH old Pioneer Mill, CHAS. BRi apr' 26 tf !""hKNRY KUTHKR, President HERMAN vt LEWIS WYLDK, Cashier Denver State Ba INCORPORATED CAPITAL, $30,000.00 LOANS Pays Interest on A Strictly INDEPENDENT CORPOR INSURANCE Time Deposits ATION Owned by Denver People. Patronise Home Industry. ABSTRACTS HEAL ESTATE : DENVER, IDAHO Building >««♦ umiinnuisiiuiimiL i>,unmx>itt««n SVffwvVWaVVSVWlSvSffVWWVfVIW' 'Itiniililllllllll r~- 'Newman Hotel W. A. NEWMAN, Prop. Headquarters for Mining ant Commercial Men. White Bird. Idaho Rates Reasonable William Irwin Undertaker and Embalmer Hearse and everything the latest in furnishings. Parlors on Main Street CREAM Finest Separator Cream delivered at your door whenever you want It MILK We deliver the Best Milk In the city for $1.90 a Quart Dally per month GRANGEVILLE DAIRY R. h. JONES CO., Proprietor The Inland Abstract and Investment Co., Ltd. INCORPORATED BONDED ABSTRACTERS Abstract» of Real Estate sad Mining Property Furnished on Short VoHao J. A. BRADBURY, Sec. and Mgr., Grangeville, ___