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the United Sta'ea— Setter op* portunitio» fer homeeeekera oan't be found. ELEVEN USES TYPHOID FEVER Doctors Trace the Cause to a Spring Which had Been Polluted Special to Evening Teller. CULDESAC, Idaho, Oct*. 13.—Ed Wérd Trunsett, a laborer in Shin d all's upper camp on the railroad, died W -typhoid fever yesterday at the hos lfi|al In Culdesac. Trunsett contract ed: the fever while in camp. He had a wife and four children in Spokane, was only 30 years old. His body embalmed at the Leonard under ing establishment and sent to Spo for interment. His wife had here with hint for 30 days, he railroad camp haa produced 11 is of typhoid fever within the last months, and the doctors have ied the cause to a spring that had in fouled by a sheep camp nearby, Is where the camp got water for iking and other purposes. Three er men at the hospital are danger ly sick with typhoid fever. Personal Mention, irge GUe, the hotel man, is very with a complication of diseases. . H. Merwln of Moscow, accom led by his wife, are spending a days In Culdesae. great many people have gone to Lewiston fair. e electric lights have been put in and are now well established on itroets, which makes a fine sp rite. mes Shaw of Rosetta Is establish a butchershop In Culdesac. School Children Attend Pair, publie school dosed on yester The Cottonwood MILL Mort oo 4 Terhaar, Props., Manufacturers of "Mountain Bom*' Flour, Graham and Farina. Mill Feed Always oa Hand. Cue Mm Grinding Dona. Cottonwood, Idaho. he Elite •aloon Morriaon A Stuart. Props., The Traveling Men's Resort. k>le Agents for the Celebrated Ltherton A Kirkwood Whiskey. 1 Cottonwood, Idaho. : i he St. Albert HOTEL A. B. Rooks, Prop., the Very Best AccommodaMons for Travelers. Cottonwood, . Idaho. A. J. BARTH, Watehee, Jewelry, Ci I vengera and Optical Goods. GBmsoo Ç eientifieally Fftted. Cottonwood, Idaho. Overland livery stable ' J. T. Hals, Prop. 'he Best Teams and Rigs Al ways on Hand. Cottonwood, Idaho. THE Bar | If^LAND GRILL. Forepaugh A Teinter, Prop, iverrthtng the Finest Beet of Sendee. Cottonwood, Idaho. -Ml — — "" f ' 1 1 1 ..... . ' 1 t ' 1 W -< * '„A. A stub GRANGEVILLE, 8TITES AND OROFINO. Nezperce stub V..... day until Monday so the children could take In the Lewiston fair and a great many have gone. Prescriptions fillet» exactly as writ* ten at the Chastain McNair Drug Co. Typhoid Patiente All Recover. Special to Evening Teller. ILO, Idaho, Oct. 13.—(By Nez Perce Co-Operative Telephone.)—The epi demic of typhoid fever which haà reigned In the neighborhood of Ho this summer has passed Its worst stage, and practically all of the cases In the community have been cured. There were a large number of these cases here a short time ago, but now the patients are practically every one up and around. Morphy, the man who sings to beat the band, free every day at the fair grounds. Teller Ad 3ella His Land. William Chandler, a real estate man of Orofino, Is another one of the many advertisers who patronize the adver tising columns of the Evening Teller and who says that It pays to adver tise. Mr. Chandler has been adver tising three different tracta of land In the clarified columns of the Evening Teller and to It he attributes the sell ing of the same. Morphy has pleased every audtenee* he ever appeared before. Don't miss hearing him at the fair grounds to morrow aftornoon. Robbers and Policeman in Battle. TOLENO, Oct. 12.—A desperate en counter between policemen and three men, who had robbed a citizen, oc cured here today. One policeman was shot fatally and two robbers were hurt and captured. The other robber escaped. Have you coon the feature of the fair? Taylor A Corbln'o big show In the striped tont on D street. Picturoo taken at night at Gomond'a. John's Place Joke Pudke, Prop. Retail Dealer in the Beet Bmknds of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Orangeville Beer at Wholesale and Retail. An Ordesty Résout. Finest Bar in Maho Count?. Cottonwood, Idaho. The Cotton wood Barn HILL BROS., Proprietors, Ltvesr and Feed. The Best Service Guaranteed. Cottonwood, Idaho. STAGE Between Kamlah and Cotton wood. Daily. Except Sunday. Leave Kamiah.........6. A. M. heave Cottonwood..... 1 P. JJ. Arrive Cotton wood.....12 M. Arrive KaraMh ....... 7 MM. McCarty A Renshaw, Pros. N. P. SALOON (Successor to the Old Brewery • Saloon.) S. J. PETERSON, Prop. Cottonwood, Idaho. J COLOR TELLS THE QUALITY s o is your collar a clean pure • J white? • o Is every bit of the dirt taken * J out when you send It to the 2 o Laundry. e * If not. your work Is nqt first Î 2 : class. . > » 2 THE LEWISTON STREAM S o LAUNDRY. 2 ' Turns out first class woi%. * oeoeeeeeeee eeee>eoeeeeeeee The Taeoma for wines, liquors end cigars. Only the boat ** FASHIONS LATEST CREATIONS IN MILLINERY IT IS WORTH WHILE TO INSPECT OUR BEAUTIFUL LINE OF FALL HATS. IT WILL BE TO YOUR AD VANAGE. ANYONE WEARING ONE OF OUR HATS CAN BE ASSURED THAT THEY HAVE FASHIONS LATEST AND BEST. fgper«. THE FASHION MILLINERY MIS8 KENNEDY. UPSTAIRS DILL BUILDING. When stopping et Nez Perzo go to THE LOG CABIN. Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Grangeville Beer on , i ul Draught. RALPH A KUHN, Proprietors. DR. J. H. LEWI8, DENTIST, ^Bridge and Crown Work a Specialty. NEZ PERCE, IDAHO NEZ PERCE PRAIRIE, NEZ PERCÉ CITY THE HUB. Do you know that NEZ PERCE PRAIRIE lands as an Investment are safer than government bonds? If It is homes, trades, snaps or in vestments that you are looking for, call on or write me. R. H. WALLACE, Office: Farmers' State Bank Building, Nez Perce, Idaho. SAMI GOLDSTONE CARRIES the LARGEST and FINEST STOCK OF General Merchandise On Cameo Prairie end is Always Up-to-Date. Cottonwood, Idaho. LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE, 0 rofino Trading 60. LIMITED. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in General Merchandist, Grain and Produce. OROFINO, IDAHO. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Cottonwood, Idaho. Invites New Business on Favorable Terms. E. M. Ehrhardt, Präsiden t; W. L. Brown, Vico President; Clyde MeSBhitio, Cashier. Capital end Surplus................ ...... ................ «31,00000 COTTONWOOD, IDAHO. WHITE PINE TRADING CO., •eneral Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries, Boots, Shoes and Clothing, Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Agricultural Implements. ORFINO, IDAHO. THE OHOÉINO BAR, Best Liquors of All Kinds L. G. Jahnke, Proprietor, OROFINO, IDAHO. eiarkston-Lewistoà Bus ai|d (Sab Line Trunks and Baggage Transferred and Express pelivorod Promptly. Schedule—Daily Except Sunday. j .7:30 A. M. Leave Clarkston .....7:00 A. M. Leave Lewtstoni. ( Leave Clarkston......8:15 A. M. Leave Lewiston.i.9.00 A. M. Leave Clarkatoa----10:00 A. M. Lefve Lewiston^......I,.10:*5 A. M. Leave Clarkston......1:10 P. si Leave Lewiston.'...........1:60 P. M. Leave? Clarkston......2:40 ,P. M - . Le»ve Lewiston!......!..S:|5 p. m! Leavo Clarkston.,. .4:45 P. M. Legve Lewiston .I*..........6; Jo p, jj. Synday Hava« Clarkston—7: M A. M. and 2:3^ P. m( Leave* Lew iston—7:30 A. M. and 3:25 P. M Leaves Clarkston from Clarkston Commercial Department Store end leaves. Lewiston from Bollinger Hotel. Ratee: 16c one way: round trip 35c. Leave all order* at W. E. Potter's residence, Sixth street Phone Main 16«. H. E. BUNDT, Proprietor. When at Nez Perce Stop at THE CLARK HOUSE, Whoro you reçoive boot of ac commodations. J. H. Miller, Mgr. CAR SHORTAGE DELAYS WHEAT "Because of the cay shortage very little grain Is changing hands," said E. W. Eaves of the Vollmer-Clear water Grain 06. this morning. "Grain quotations have been steady in the Chicago, Portland and Liver pool markets fbr over a week, but as very little grain can be moved from the Clearwater valley, sales have been few. "In many peaces the grain has to be stacked out of doors, and is being piled up by the hundreds of bushels because of an insufficient number of cars to move the grain. The only cars we can get are those which come in filled with freight, and we have to wait until the cars are unloaded before what little grain Is shipped can be gotten out." To bo satisfied is to oat at the Grand Restaurant. Pictures taken at night at Gomond'a. Asotin County's Fine Peaches. ASOTIN, Wash., Oct. 13.—John Root brought to the Sentinel office last Saturday a sample of a late Crawford peach that was very fine. The fruit waa grown on a young tree. There were but ten peaches matured, and they were beauties. Placed side by side the ten measured even 86 Inches—a trifle better than 3% Inches In diameter—and weighing seven pounds. Such fruit would be attrac tive In any county. Don't fail to mo the diving elks at the fair grounds. Free every after Take your proscriptions to the Chastain McNair Drue Co. Schleicher's celebrated Grapes 20e a basket at Russell's Grocery. When stopping in Stites go to the . COMMERCIAL HODS" Stites' Best Hotel—European Plan. Daisly & Ruokman, Propr., STITES, IDAHO. THE STONEY FORD BAR. Bonded Whiskeys a Specialty. Fine Wines and Cigars. RAINIER BEER ON DRAUGHT PACKER BROS, Props. __* If you are looking for a Home where it it plea»ant to liv«, or for Investments that will double. You cannot afford to overlook th* famous Caria» Prairie in Idaho County, Idaho. For particulars write to or call on the Gamas Prairie Land Company COTTONWOOD, IDAHO. CLEARWATER LIVERY AND FEED STABLE I I Frazier Brothers, Proprietors Special Attention Given to Mountain Travel, IjW Teams and Careful Drivers. Saddle Hors» J* nished on Short Notice. «OLIVER SUPPLY CO. RJealors in Gooc| Things to Eat. Faney and Staple Groceries and Farm Pro dues. Receiving Station for Commer cial Cream Co. THOS. F. STITES, OLIVER, Prop., IDAHO. Nob|e Hotel P. A. McKINNEY, Prop., OROFINO. ID^HO. Orofino Drug Co. Drugs, Jewelry end Toilet Artiklo«, Pain! * end Oils. OROFINO, IDAHO. DR . sf Pe ase #» - kinds p« to DR. ALCORN, * T1T *B, IDAHO. ■ n \ ca - * tri* PPa ' r,e * * nd tHe U PP*r CW * t,r C ° Unt ^- Nc rt h. fn > FARMERS goto WORK HAILRDAI 1 Hy Mez P trr , relephonep-.Th, ^ ' ! ' akil1 e greater r,ve at any time ^ he faring ,rk 1,1 'he har* Special to Evening Teller ILO, Idaho Oci. 13 Co-Operativ road contractors -, progress with their work here ' few weeks than thej during the summt have finished their vest fields and are in the railway camps. Tver* „ able man is being p„ t to z-ork.'l ■ the contractors are pushing t * ! with all possible speed. ^ Ho News Notes. Mrs. De Forey and family left j| 0 i day for a few days at ,he LwJ Clarkston fair. Mrs. Scroggins and family har , gone to Lewiston to attend the f a | r . Threshing Season Ends, Threshing is practically over In thii section of the country. Only a fs* of the crews are running, and but ( ew of the crops are not already in thi sacks. Ilo was visited by a heavy rain night before last, which lasted for tv» hours. The skies are clear today aal there Is every indication that th* storm is over. J. A. Gillis has recently contracte! 1,000 sacks of oats to Johnson « Welch, railroad contractors, at 1 cent per pound. To kill that eorn use Moxlty's Dei! 8hot Corn Cure. FINISH SEEDING.— Dr. M. W. It!| of Clarkston returned to the city y», terday from a short visit at his rané near Kamiah. Mr. Isle completed the seeding of his crop and state* that the farming lands near Kamiah ere nearly all seeded with fall grata. Hoar the little favorite», the Tsyie Quintette, in the »tripod t«nt on P street. ; Patronize Home Info 8 * 1 }' and Drink Weisgerber's Beef Special Brow, •TOTS NICHT" Bottle B"«r. FIRST-CLASS LIVER Y hNWINGHfM A i Grÿngeyille, hl* h0 - T|m Grand Restaurs"» ** of Everything.