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News of Idaho County
The Y. M. I. of Green Creek
are going to give nn entertainment
on tbe 22nd of Febrnnry. They
have prepared an elaborate p ro
ll consista of several in
strumental and Vocal pieces and
farces, "Tbe Blindfolded Inn
er" and "The Law-salt,
selections are fall of wit and humor.
Shonld anyone desire to bsve n
hearty laugh 1st bim corns and
hear them. Tbe entertainment
will commence at 6 o'clock sharp
st tlis Parochial school-house.
As the members of tbe Y. M. I.
have made np their minds to build
a hall at Green Greek, Joe Schmidt
has offered a site anywhere between
the parsonage and the creek free of
charge. The lodge will erect the
hall in the near future.
Joe Schmidt hsa disposed of three
lots on tbs east side of the church
for building purposes. It seems
that some elderly persons have de
cided to build near the church and
A. Haener of Ferdinand is going
to erect a general merchandise
store at Green Creek. It is claimed
that local people are becking bim.
John and Ed Sonnen were visit
ors in Orangeville last week attend
ing to some legal matters.
Snpeiintendent Glenville visited
the Green Creek school last
Wednesday and went away highly
pleased with tbe conditions he
found there.
A brother-in-law of Jas. Haecker
came to pay him a visit; bnt
changed his mind and concluded
that Camas Prairie was good
enough for anybody. He expected
to start a poultry yard.
Tbe one-hnndreth anniversary of
Linooln'e birthday was celebrated
last Friday at school by tbe school
children. There were twenty-two
American Field Fence
THe best Wire Fence
on tbe marKet to-day
Stays so connected they cannot slip sideways.
Tension curves are not bends but but triple tensions
set in steel bar and are there to stay.
Material of hard, stiff steel.
Perfectly galvanized.
A way the best fence on the market by all odds.
We sell it in all sizes. The fence is perfect and the price will shit you.
Eimers- W ood Company
Two Choice Investments
Fogg's Park Addition to Grangeville, in
the east end of the city. Elegant location, high
and dry; unsurpassed view of the city. Three
blocks from Idain street, two blocks from
school ground. The ideal residenoe section.
It will mean | big return to you if you invest
at the prese nt prices. The ooming of Spring
will see one of the Iivest real estate periods
Grangeville has ever known.
The ooming town of the Prairie, locat
ed on the N. P. R. R. midway between
Cottonwood and Grangeville. The shipping
point for the Salmon River Cattle Section.
More wheat will be shipped from this place
tba*$ any other point on the Prairie. Rows
and rows of warehouses now built. Bnsi
hlnnk, going up. Will have bank by Spring.
Look at its geographical location then buy
For a short time only we will sell any
lot in this growing little city at 1-8 OFF
the listed prioe. Aot quick.
On Saturday, Feb. 13, we will positively
sell three 1
balance in monthly payments. We will also
give you your ohoioe of any lot in the addition
at $130, 80 per oent. down and balance in
for $46 eaoh, 80 per oent oash,
rats on that date,
Pangborn & Howe
visitors present and all reported a
good time. The visitors were weU
pleased with the work that is going
on in school this year.
W. B. Huston returned from
outside points lest Saturday.
Al Russell of Harpeter is stop
ping in Clearwater.
Dr. Bussy was eallsd to Taho
Sunday in a consultation ease with
Dr. Litch.
The Rebeocahs served refresh
ments on their last regular meeting
night and report a good time and
splendid feest.
Several yonng people from Clear
water attended the masquerade bell
at Harpeter last Friday night
Miss Addie Snider of Clearwater
took the prise for the best repre
sented character.
Otto Olsen had his right_
broken last week while working
with a wood saw, bnt is getting
along fine under the care of Dr.
Della Calder very sick last week
bnt reports say she is .improving.
Miss Flossie Morphy has entered
the Free Press A. Y. P. contest
from this district and will appreci
ate all help that is extended her.
The mud is very deep these last
few days and prospects are good
for a good deal more rain.
Jack Howard and wife will de
part for their borne on Salmon
River in a few days.
A. Y. McCarty was in and
aronnd town yesterday buying
cattle, which he expects to ship
Rev. Greenslade had the mis
fortune to cut part of his thumb off
while cutting wood last Saturday.
L. Thatcher is reshingling the
Wren and Greenough barns east of
Miae Retta Underwood en
ed about fifteen little girls at a
birtday party Sunday
Mary Mitcbfjll, Emily
Kaorr, Aoda Nelson, Lena Rais,
Bertha and Vernie Thatcher,
Katherine McDonald, Ruby Rash
and Muter Miller.
present were Helen
E. Nelson will move out
farm he recently purchased
Rev. Greenslade held services at
the Presbyterian church both Sun
day morning and evening.
to the
The Hartwig tamily who have
been somewhat embarrassed since
the imprisonment ot Jacob, moved
to Orangeville where they will live
in the future.
The snow is fast disappearing,
and water is flowing throughout
the village, while mud is taking
tbe place of snow.
Ben Poore, of M
town, was
arraigned before Judge Colbert on
a charge of "boot 1
Saturday, gave bond for his appear
arm on Feb. 24.
A babe of the male persuasion
made an appearance at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Howell, tip
ping the scales at ten pound».
Joseph Schulte, of th is place, has
sold his interest in the First
National Bank to Frank Ketten
baugh of Lewiston.
Albert Jarrett and wife, who
were recently
Monday from their wedding trip to
8pokane and elsewherel
Mr. Ensley, who has been visit
ing the family of Dr. Turner for
several days, has returned to his
home in Seattle.
S. R. Libby went to Grangeville
Sunday and returned borne on the
train Tuesday morning^
B. P. Duffy was up to Morrow
, returned
town Monday defending Robert
Poore, charged with permitting
gambling on hie premteee. The
oaee waa tried by jury before Eeq.
Vadney and reunited in hung jury
—four for acquittal and two for
To Bay Berens Mid Father East
man of Waatlake were In Cotton
wood Saturday.
Lawyer G. Orr McMinning of
Lewiston wee in Morrow town last
Moaday representing the proeeeu
tion in the ease of the State of
Idaho va Hobt. Poore.
Robert Flanell. Sr., of Lewiston
is spending a few days on a visit
ta his son B. F. six miles north
of Cottonwood.
8. R. Libby, former poet master
of Cottonwood, hu leased the new
brick store building of Joseph
Schober and is having it fitted up
for a drug store.
The new large doable store room
hn " "l -1 Ul "» ,k - — «.ri.*. lllu.tr.UB, .11 ,U|
garr.,*.r. her*, Dmn Trip«. Osa. l«w, Row .nd .bar. to In, .nd
g—» 0-rfaUr.pp.r. lt..Pa»l.rt«-T.I.. I wd., Trie*,. To nor ruali.niw*. ,!.!&. Hill
0,1 r ■««n.tie IU.I.n.1 IWpr. allrvO.n.m.l. ». Irsp, II.MprÉi
■rOialluMiaudMbiAoiniin. Aadmoh Um. la. tl MU
bottle. j
(Formerly Lanninghame's Barn)
Best Rigs in the City. Excellent Saddle Horses.
Board by Day or Week.
SAM JONES Proprietor, Grangeville
Bank of Camas Prairie
Grangeville, Idaho*
F. W. Kettenbach. President
A. Freldenrtch, Vice-President
W. W. Brown. Cashier
John Norwood, Asst. Cashier
W. W. Brown, A. Freldenrtch, Frank McGrana, F. W. Kettenbach, W. F. Kettei La< h
Jesae L. Rains, Wm. Steiuheiser
Fire Proof Vault for safe keening of enstomers papers and valuables.
A general banking business transacted.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
W. E. Graham
Whlta .Hwaraw for tHo Buria
of the Young
Heavy Drape Broadcloth Caaket
«0 00
Plain Plash Caaket.150.00 Jf
Heavy Plain Caaket.$55.00
Varntah Cue,
920 00 to 980.00
$5.00 J#
Children's sise, up from
being erected on the north side of
Main street is being rapidly pushed
to completion by Jacob Mathieeon.
About eight carpenters are at work
on the building.
Judge Wolbert has removed bis
office from the rear end of the
Heary clothing store to rooms up
stairs in the Goldatone building.
The new cottage recently com
pleted by Mr. Rooke is already oc
cupied by a tenant.
The cement and other material
for the plastering of the new hotel
are being ship
The building will soon be complét
in from Lewiston.
Cottonwood creek is now on the
rampage and the flood is reaching
out over its banka
Dr. J. D. Shinnick is kept pretty
busy in town and surrounding
country attending to his many
Grangeville Laundry
Washes Well and Often. Under
New Management. Bundles
Called For and Delivered.
: : T R Y US::
THe Best Protection For
THe Least Money
Insure Your Property Against Loan by firs With
0 THe Idaho Mutual .
9 Co-Operative Insurance Co. 4
$ ISÜSSPfZS. Pangbom & Howe. fcgSA. *
* kaaaaaaaa tAtAa.tAika.tA4A aaaaaa*
Grangeville «■< Meadows Stage Line
Good four-horae'wagotis and careful drivers. Leaves Grangeville every day
except Monday, at 6 a. m., and arrives every day except Tuesday, at la m
FARE—Grangeville to Meadows,
—Grangeville to White Bird,
Only three days from Grangeville to Boise over one of the most pictnresqne
rant« in the want, and no night rides. For further information call on
B. R. CAWLEY, Agotrt, Orangevltta. Idaho
ât«* of Wuhtuirton, f _
Coant» of Walla Walla.l "
To G. W. Whitney, and W. E. Croup, their heirs
or assigns.
You aud euch of you an hereby notified that
fined. W. N. Do Moss. hut expeut
►f four-hundred (9400.00) dollars
labor and Improvements upon the following
placer mining claims, to wit: The Mountain
Placer, The Loat Channel, The Lucky Channel
and the Grass Valley placer claims, situated In
Warren mining district, Idaho County, Idaho,
aa the aame appear of reoord in the Book of
Placer mtning locations of said county. The
said expenditure of four hundred (9400 00) dol
lars is shown and fully set forth in the affidavit
of Proof of Labor as recorded In Book 2, Proofs
of labor on November 29, 1908, and which said
work, labor aud expenditure was performed by
affiant for the purpose and in order to hold the
said Placer mining claims under the provisions
of Hectlon 2824, Revised Statutes of the D. 8 ,
and being the amount reuulred to hold said
claims for the year ending December 81,
It o'clock of said day. And if within 90 days
personal aervioe of this notice, or within 90 days
after the publication thereof, you. and each of
you. your heirs, executors or assigns, fall to
contribute your proportion of said expenditure,
amounting to the sum of two hundred dollars,
(faw 00). W. B. Croup 980.00, G. W. Whitney
9180.00, together with the cost of this publication
your interest in said claims will become the
property ot the underslgued under said Section
2824, Revised Statutes of the U. B. Payment
may be made to me at Walla Walla, Wash.
First publication Februarv 4, last May 20.
the anders!
the sum o
1808 at
The Bank ol Caros* Prairie, a corporation, vs.
L. H. Gormley and Mattie E. Uormley.
Underand bv virtue of an order of sale and
decree ol foreclosure aud sale issued out of the
District court of the Second Judicial District,
Couutv of Idaho, State of Idaho,on the 21st day
September, A. D-, 1908, in the above entitle«)
action, wherein, the Bank of Camas Prairie a
corporation, the above named plaintiff, obtain
ed a judgment and decree of foreclosure aud
sale against L. H. Gormley and Mattie E. Gorm
ley, defendants, on the21at day of September,
A. D. 1909, for tbe sum of three hundred sixty
two and five oue-hundreths dollars. (9882.05),
lawful money of the United States, beside* in
terest and oosts, which said decree was, ou the
7th, day of January, A. D., 1909, recorded in
judgment book 8, of said Court, at page 891,1 am
commaoded to sell tbe certain lot, piece or par
cel of laud situated, lying and being In Idaho
County State of Idaho, and bounded and des
cribed aa follows:
' U. of NE. U, and the NW. % of SB. % of
80 in Twp. 31, North Range 5, East, B. M.
acres more or less, in Idaho
County, State of Idaho.
Public notice Is hereby given that
day the 27th, day of Februarv, A. D. 1909, at 10
o'clock a m. ofthat day, In front of the Court
House door, City of Grangeville, County of Ida
ho, 1 will, (lu obedience to stld order of sale
aud decree of forecloaure and sale) sell the
above described property, or so much thereof
a* may be uecessary to satisfy said judgment,
with interest and costa, etc., to the highest ana
liest bidder, lawful money of the United States.
Dated, Uraugeville, Idaho, February 3rd. 1909.
J. E. BY ROM, Sheriff.
By W. O BROWN, Deputy
, ou Hatu r*
:k i
In the District Court of the Second Judicial
District of the State of Idaho, In and for the
County of Idaho.
Houeyinan Hardware Co., a Corporation: Paci
fic Hardware A Steel Co., a corporation ; Spo
kaue Hardware Co., a corporation; Rock
- Island Plow Co., a corporation ; Oliver Chilled
Plow Co . a corporation; Aultman A Taylor
Machinery Co., a corporation; Mark Mcttn*.
Briulnatool Lubricating Co., a corporation ;
Illinois Sewing Machine Co., a corporation;
Mitchell, Lewis & StaverCo., a corporation ;
ZanBros.,a corporation; Poison Implement
Co., a corporation; Lower berg A Going Co., a
corporation; Voilmer-CIcarwater Co , L'td., a
corporation ; M. Seller A Co., a corporation;
Jenscn-Klng-Byrd Co., a corporation ; Holly
Mason Hardware Co , a corporation; and Jas.
the above named
Dell even, as trustee for
plaiutlffs, and for the defendant«, Portland
Cordage Co„ Plaintiffs.
James O'Leary and J. E. O'Leary, Co partner*
as James O'Leary A Soil, William F. O'Leary,
and Portland
The State of Idaho sends Greeting;
To James O'Learr, J. E. O' Leary, William F.
O'Leary and Portland Cordage Co., Defendants.
You are hereby notified that there ha* lieen
died in the office of the Clerk of the District
Court of the Second Judicial District of the
State of Idaho, in aud for the County of Idaho,
the complaint of the above named plaintiffs.
You are hereby summoned ami required to
appear and answer said complaint within
twenty days aftei aervice on you of this Sum
mons, if served within this judicial district, or
if served elsewhere, within forty days.
The said actiou is brought to obtain a decree
of this court for the foreclosure of a certain
mortgage, described In the complaint and exe
cuted by defeudauta, William F. O'Leary and
James O'Leary A Son, on tho 14th day of Ji
ary, 1907. in favor of plaintiff, Jaa. DeHaveu, a*
trustee, etc., to secure the payment of sixteen
promissory notes, aggregating 91427.31, made by
the defendants, James O'Leary, J. E O'Leary
and William F. O'Leary, described in the com
Elaint herein, in which it la alleged that 9842 6«
us been paid to plaintiff Jas. DeHaven, and
that said plaintiff has paid taxes aud expense*
connected with his said trust aggregating 957.21
leaving a net sum of 9285.46 to be applied ou the
said 19 several note« secured by said mortgage:
to obtain a judgment against the defendants.
James O'Leary, J. E. O'Leary and William F.
Co. for the
thereof from Nov. 14, 1900 on
Co., a corporation,
O'Leary, in favor of
Portland Cordage
aud interest ou 957
91,054.31 thereof from Nov. 26,1906, aud
70 thereof from Jan. 14, 1907, at the rate of ten
per cent per anuum, less the sum of 9285.45; for
attorney 's fee of 9100. aud costs of this action ;
that tbe premises couveyed by said mortgage
may be sold aud the proceed* thereof applied
the payment of said notes, attorney's fees aud
costs, and In case such proceeds are not suffi
cient to pay the same, then to obtain an execu
tion against the said James O'Leary, J. E.
O'Leary and William F O'Leary, for any
aucc remaining due; al*o that said defend
and all persens claiming by, through or under
them, or either of them, may be barred and
foreclosed of All right, title, equity of redemp
tion and interest in and to said mortgaged
premises, and for other and farther relief, as
more fully appears by plaintiff's complaint, on
file herein, to which reference is here made.
Aud you are hereby notified that if you fail to
appear and answer said complaint as above re
? ulred the said plaintiffs will apply to the
or the relief demanded in the complaint
Attest my hand and seal of said District
Court this eleventh day of February, 1909.
ByJ B. WHITE, Clerk.
Deputy Clerk.
and defendant,
of 91427.81.
A. ft. Hardy and Ja*. DeHaven. Attorneys for
Plaintiffs, residence and poat office Grangeville.
Advertisements inserted under this
heed. 5 cents a line. Replies may be
addressed to this offioe.
Money to loan.
Geo. M. Reed.
Notice.—Want help, want to sell
something, want to buy something,
want a job? Quit asking every
body you meet on the street and
talk through this column. The
cost is small. People got tired of
answering questions. Get busy in
a business-like manner.
Notice.—I have plenty of money
to loan on farmB. A. F. Parker.
27 tf
For Sale.—Legal blanks that
comply with the law. All kinds
at the Free Press offee.
Scale Books.—We have them at
the Free Press Office.
27 tf
For Sale —Full blood Jersey
bull, two-year-old next summer.
Price 825. J. B. Sloam. 36-4*
For Sale—F arm lands and city
property. Geo. M. Reed. 37tf
Fort Hale —Good, clean timothy
seed. Orangeville Implement
Co. 37 tf
There will lie pasturage on the
Aram ranch south of Grangeville
for town cattle and horses (luring
the season of 190'.) Prices reason
H. W. Peterson,
Wanted.—We will pay cash for
a copy of the Free Press of June
25 and April 30. Bring them in
to this office
Wanted.—No matter what yon
have to sell if there is a buyer we'll
find him through this column.
Try it. Cost small, returns great.
27 tf

Save Money by Buying Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy.
You will pay just as much (or a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy as for any of the other
cough medicines, but you save
money in buying it. The saving is
in what you get, not what you pay.
The sure-to-cure-you quality is in
every bottle of this remedy, and
you get good results wheu you take
it. Neglected colds often develop
serious conditions, and when you
buy n cough medicine you want to
he sure yon are getting one that
will cure your cold. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy always cures. Price
25 aud 50 cents a bottle. For sale
by J. J. Pulse.
Princess Flour is the purest and
sweetest flour ever made.
Noyes & Young
Ofifce : at : Noyes'-: Residence
Orangeville, Idaho
PriucesB Flour contains all the
good part of the wheat and none
of tbe other part.
37 tf
In the District Court of the Second Judicial
District of the State of Idaho, In aud for the
Comity of Idaho.
George M, Wolfe, Plaintiff, v*. James Force,
Lotta scot ft hi, Kva Simmons, and the unknown
heir* of William P Wolfe, deceased, and the
uuknown Devisee* of William P Wolfe, de
ceased, Defendant*.
The State of Idaho »end* greeting: To James
Force, Lotta Scotton, Kva Simmon* and the un
known heirs ofNVilliam P. Wolfe, deceased, and
the unknown Devisees oî William P. Wolfe,
deceased, Defendant*
hereby notified that there ha* been
filed in the office of the Clerk of the District
Court of the Second Judicial District of the
State of Idaho, in and for the County of Idaho,
the cotnplaiut of the above named plaintif), a
copy of which is complaint is attached to thU
Summons and made a part hereof.
You are hereby summoned aud required to
appear and answer «aid complaint within
twenty day* after service on you of this Sum
mon*. if served within thi* judicial district, or
if served elsewhere, within forty davs. Aud yon
are hereby notified that if you fail to appear
aud answer said complaint as above required
the said plaintiff will appeal aud apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in the complaint.
The nature of the said action, in general terms,
is; To obtain a Judgment and Decree of the
above entitled 'ourt, that the claims of said
Defendants, aud of each of them, in and to the
east half of the north west quarter, and the
west halt of the north-east quarter, of section
eleven, in township 31, north of range one,
east of Boise Meridian, in Idaho county, State
Idaho, containing lbO acres, according to U. 8.
Government survey; i* without any right what
ever, aud that they have no estate, right, title
or interest whatsoever in said above described
land and premises, or any part thereof;
That the defendants be required to set forth
the nature of their claims, and that all adverse
claims of the Defendants, mid each of them, be
determined by a Decree of this Court;
said Decree, it be declared and ad
judged that the Title of plaintiff to said Land
ana Premises is good and valid;
That the Defendants and each of them, be
forever enjoiued and debarred, from assertinjf
any claim whatever in or to said land ana
premises, adverse to Plaintiff; and for such
other and farther relief, as to this Honorable
Court shall seem meet and agreeable to Equity;
and for coats of suit:
Plaintiff alleges In said complaint that he has
resided upon and beeu in the actual poaaeaaiou
of said laud and premises, for more than It
years immediately preceeding the commence
ment of this said action, and is now residing
upon and In the actual possession thereof; and
that at all of said times, said land and premises
has been protected by a substantial enclosure,
and usually and at all of sAid times, cultivated
and improved, and that he has paid all tbe
Taxes. State, County and Municipal,
have been levied and assessed upon such land
and premises according to Law;
That the Plaintiff is the ownsrof said land
and premises and claims title to same In Fee,
and that said Defendants claim an estate or in-*
tarest therein, adverse to the said Plaintiff;
The particulars more fully appearing by
v art fled oom plaint of Plaintiff now on fil*.
Attest my hand and seal of said IMstrlet
Coart this loth day of
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