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ORANGEVILLE. STITES AND OROFINO.
AT NEZ PERCE
Idaho Congressman Greeted
by an Enthusiastic
Special to Evening Teller.
NEZ PERCE, Idaho, Oct. 18.— Be
fore a large and enthusiastic audi
ence, Congressman Burton L. French
last night addressed the people of this
city on the political Issues of the day.
His coming had been widely adver
tised and people were In from miles
In the country to hear him. Mr.
French,, is a favorite with the Nes
Perce' people and they gave him a re
ception that Is given hut few political
speakers at thfaf place.
Mr. French took up the record of
the republican party and Its grand ac
complishments, and showed the peo
ple the tolly of turning from princi
ples that had made the nation prosper
more than any other nation on the
earth. He pointed to the argumente
raised by the democrats, as flimsy and
Of use only to try to obtain office.
On the matters on which he had
keen personally attacked Congress
man Wench spoke at length, and
showed that he had taken stands that
seemed right to him and the hearty
Applause of hie hearers Indicated that
his explanations were sufficient tor
tfiem at least.
The candidacy of Governor Gooding
was discussed by the speaker, who
strongly defended his every action
during his present administration. He
pointed to the state administration
Just closing as the best from a busi
ness point of view the state has ever
eh Joyed, and showed how Governor
Gooding performed his duty and hla
duty only In weighty matters brought
to hla attention.
Mr. Wench will speak In Lewiston
Saturday, October 30.
The Eleetrie Studio, next
ho pe etsffi s», will romain
HE WAS WORKER FOR' CULDESAG
A. F. Giles, Who Died Yesterday, bid
Mueh far Hie City.
Speolal to Evening Teller.
CULDESAC, Idaho. Oct. 18.—Amos
F. Giles, proprietor of the Giles hotel
of this city, who has been critically
111 tor a number of days, died at his
home yesterday afternoon at 8 o'clock.
The funeral will be held today and the
remains will be interred In the Culde
Mr- Giles was one of the prominent
workers tor the advancement of Cul
desac, and was always a public-spirit
ed cltlsen. He came here two years
ago from Lewiston and entered into
the hotel business. He came to Lew
iston five years ago and was engaged
tn the lodging house business at that
The deceased leaves a wife and five
Children. The children are Mrs. Grif
fith, Misses Alta, Rota and Cyentha
Giles and Clarence Giles.
When you get ''Climax" Flour, you
are getting the best for the least
Next Monday night, as the personal
representative of President Roose
velt, Secretary of State Root will ad
dress a republican mass meeting in
Carnegie hall, New York, In the In
terest of Mr. Hughes' candidacy for
Two state tickets to be voted for
in Minnesota next month are headed
By a Johnson as the gubernatorial
candidate. Governor John A. John
son Is the democratic candidate for
re-election, while John W. Johnson
Is the socialist labor candidate. Plain
ly a case of "Too Much Johnson."
TwpIpvp State tickets will aDDear on
Twele%e state tickets will appear on |
the ballots in Pennsylvania at next
month's election. The parties entit
t . ,
led to places on the ballot are as fol- j
lows: Republican, democratic, pro- ■
Wbltion. socially* socialist-labor
isen, city, commonwealth, Jefferson,
Lincoln. Referendum and union labor.
Charles EL Hughes, republican can
didate for governor of New York, Is
scheduled to speak In Troy tonight
with Governor Black.
Schleicher's celebrated Grape« 20c a
backet at RusaalPe G reaery.
Pictures tahon at night at TemendV
DEVIL'S AUCTION SPLENDID.
Production One of Best Seen in Lew
ton for Many Days.
The Devil's Auction at the Temple
theater last night gave the best satis
faction of any production seen In Lew.
lston for some time. It was on the
Temple theater stage as spectacular,
startling and wonderful, as If on the
large stages of theaters in metropoli
tan cities. No part was slighted or
The Devil's Auction has been on the
road so long that few who witnessed
It last night had not seen It before,
but they were agreeably surprised
last night to And that the production
was better than ever seen on the coast
before, and that It was produced In Its
entirety on the Lewiston stage.
The production has gained Its rec
ord by Its fine scenery. All of the
wlerd effects were produced last night
as good aç they can be given.
♦ **THIE DATE IN HISTORY » * ♦
♦ October 18. ♦
121*—King John of England died.
1775—^Continental congress adopted
the Pine Tree flag.
1788—American congress voted it©
disband ths revolutionary army on
1812—French military forces aban
1818—Bonaparte defeated at Lelpslc.
182*—Last lottery sanctioned by the
Engllak government held.
II*»—Spanish evacuation of Porto
Rico officially compte tod.
18*9—Arthur T. Hadley assumed
the presidency of Yale university.
1902—Typhoon on coast of Japan;
50,000 houses destroyed.
1905—President Roosevelt departed
from Washington on a tour Of the
southern state«. ,
southern state«. ,
DINING AND PULLMAN «TAND
AR» AND T0URIET BLEEPER«
on all Main line passen
ger TRAINS, STANDARD
BLEEPERS ON NOR 11
AND K, PALOUSS BRANCH
Paa s sngsr Schedule for Lewiston■
No. 9—Spokane and Pelouse,
arrive© .......8:80 p. m
No. 11—Spokane and Pâteuse,
arrives............ 7:80 a. m
No. 17—From Stltee and Clear
water pointa .........
......... ..........10:45 a. m
No. SI—From Culdesac, ar
rives.. *:00 p. m. (Ex. Sunday)
No. 10— Pelouse and Spokane,
departs.............7:10 a. m
No. 18—Palouee and Spokane,
departs ........... U:00 p. a
No. IS—For Stltee and Clear
water points .........
.......1:41 p. m. (Ex. Sunday)
No. t2—For Culdesac.......
............8:06 (Ex. Sunday)
TWO TRAINS A DAT TO KANSAS
CITY, VIA. THE NORTHERN PA*
I CIFIC, BILLINGS AND THE BUR
LINGTON. Train No. 4 leaves Spo
kane at 10:86 p. m. dally, equipped
with through chair car, standard Pull
man and Tourist Sleepers. Strictly
first-class. Dining car service. Clos*
MHinerrions made at St. Joseph tor Bt
Louie Tor further Information, cal)
m or phone
W. J. JORDAN, Agent,
A. D. CHARLTON, A. G. P. *^*** t#n
Notice for Publieation.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.
United State« Land Office, Lewiston,
Idaho, October 2, 1906.
Notice Is hereby given that In com
pliance with the provisions of the act
of congress of June 3. 1878, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lands
In the states of California. Oregon.
Nevada, and Washington Territory,"
as extended to all the Public Land
States by act of August 4. 1892,
James A - Spears, of Forest, county of
| N>J , P( , rce state of , daho ^ this day
filed in this office his sworn statement
261 °- tor the purchase of the south
east quarter of section 10. townsh'-
j j,- 0 go north, range No. 3 W. B. M„
■ and will offer proof to show that the
land sought Is more valuah' for Us
timber or stone tran for agricultural
purposes, and to estabh ■ i his claim
to said land before e register and
receiver at Le wist' •». Idaho, on Tues
day. the 15th day of January. 1907.
He names as witnesses:
Bert E. Farley, of Forest. Idaho;
Mallory Farley, of Forest. Idaho; Ben
iamin F. Aytch. of Forest, Idaho:
Thomas Aytch. of Forest, Idaho.
Anv and all persons claiming ad
versely the above-described lands are
requested to file their claims In this
office on or before said 16th day of
T: H. BARTLETT. Register.
Mr. W. H. Payne and wife passed
through the city this morning enrou'.e
from Culdesac to Juliaetta, where
they will spend the winter at the san
itarium, where Mrs. Payne will re
Mrs. A. L. Tates and children of
Asotin left this morning for an ex
tended visit with friends and relatives
In Moscow and Twin Falls.
Mrs. F. Boileau of Culdesac passed
through the city this morning enroute
Mrs. Anna Roderick left this morn
ing for her home at Irrigon, Ore.,
after spending a week visiting friends
Mrs. T. J. Vandesllce left this morn
ing for The Dalles, Ore., where she
had been called by the sudden death
of her father, Marcus Schearer, yes
A. M. Akin returned this morning
to Pullman, after appearing before the
local examining board for œnslons
John tHelllnger and family of Lln
wood left this morning for a visit with
friends at Kennewick, Wash.
W. P. Hunt left this morn^g for a
visit to Seattle and Portland.
Miss Blanche Bell left this morning
to visit with friends In Moacojv after
a week spent in visiting with her
friend, Miss Roxey La Masters of
Clarkston. Miss Bell UveB at Kenne
Mrs. Debold McBride returned this
morning tor her home In Moscow after
a short visit with the family of A. S.
George W. Bumhardt of Culdesac
was a passenger to Spokane on the
Mrs. Emma Frasee returned to her
home at Moscow on the morning train,
after a short visit with her brother,
Charles Frasee, of Clarkston.
Miss E. fi. Chumaker left tor her
home In Troy this morning, after
■pending a week visiting with her
alster, Mrs. Annie Larson, of Clarks-»
Judge 8. 8. Denning, democrat!©,
nominee tor supreme Judge, left this
morning for Moscow, after a short
FROM THE COUNTY RECpRDS
(By Commercial Trust Co.)
Elton K. Squier to Louise Squler,
w 1-2 nw, se nw, sw ne 85-39-3 e, 31
Z. A. Johnson to Wallace L. Mas
terson, lots 1 to 12, block 2, lots 1 to
3, block 6 and lots 1 and 2, block 12,
lot 11, block 1, Johnson's first addition,
Ness Perce, 83,*00.
Same to same, lots 11 and 12, block
5, Nes Perce, 82,000.
Emil Miller to Christian Miller, n
1-2 se 18-33-1 w, 32,000.
Sarah M. Ellsworth to Marcus A.
Means, ne se sw 7-35-5 w, $1,000.
Chris F. Osmers to J. B. West, lot
5 and ne se 28; w 1-2 sw 27-40-4 e,
Edward M. Flatt, to W. ■ E. Larson,
lots 11 and 12, block 8, Nes Perce ad
dition, Lewiston, $600.
U. S. to Elton K. Squier. w 1-2 nw,
se nw, sw ne 35-39-3 e, $400.
Files Labor Lien on Grain.
Eugene E. Snyder filed a lien on
12,000 bushels of grain belonging to
Thomas Culbertson this afternoon.
This lean is for labor performed In
tilling and harvesting this crop, which
he alleegs has been performed and un
paid for to the amount of 8609.00.
The latest fad, picture pestai lards.
Piotures takon day or night at tho
Electric Studio nsxt door to tho post
This life is what we made It. It
would be wha; our employers made It
If It were not for trade unions.
Cameos and Nock Ribbons.
The revival of the black velvet rib
bon about the neck, clasped prefei -
ably with an oldfasliloned cameo, re
news the story that the fashion first
originated with a belle who, dressed
for a ball, discovered a mosquito bit"
that marred the beauty of her neck,
,i ,n the piece of velvet she pro
cured was only long enough to react*
around her n:*ck, she pinned its ends
together with a cameo brooch. The
revival of the fashion has made a
greut call for cameo«, and amethysts
are worn when cameos cannot be pro
The woman who boasts of the fact
that she never does anything (or her
complexion, need hardly take the
trouble to make the assertion. Her
face usually does that for her.
Mertes & Terhaer, Props.,
Manufacturers of "Mountain
Gem" Flour, Graham and Farina.
Mill Feed Always on Hand. Cus
tom Grinding Done.
Morrison A Stuert. Props.,
The Traveling Men's Resort.
Sole Agente for the Celebrated
Atherton St Kirkwood Whiskey.
The St. Albert
A. B. Rooke, Prop.,
The Very Best Accommodation*
Cottonwood, .... Idaho.
Patronize Home Industry
Bp e ei al Grew,
Jehu Funke, Prop.
Retail Dealer In thé Best Brande
of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Orangeville Beer at Wholesale
and Retail. An Orderly Resort.
Finest Bar In Idaho Courtly
HILL BROS., Proprietors,
Livery and Feed. The Beat
Between Kamiah and Cotton
wood. Daily, Except Sunday.
Leave Kamiah.........6. A. M.
Leave Cottonwood.....1 P. M.
Arrive Cottopwoed.....12 M.
Arrive Karat&h .......7 P. M.
McCarty A Renehaw, Proa.
(Successor to the Old Brewery
S. J. PETERSON, Prop.
COLOR TELLS THE QUALITY
I Is your collar a clean pure
I Is every bit of the dirt taken
1 out when you send it to the
[ If not, your work is not first
\ THE LEWISTON STEAM
• Turns out first class work.
The Tacoma Tor wines. Wquere and
tigers. Only the beet.
THE OROFINO BAR,
Best Liquors of All kinds
L. G. Jahnke f Proprietor,
LARGEST DEPARTMENT STOKE
Orofino Trading <j> 0 .
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in General Merchandist
Grain and Produce.
CARRIES the LARGEST and FINEST STOCK OF
On Camns Prairie and is Always Up-to-Bat«.
Whin stepping at Max Pares go to
THK LOG CABIN.
Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. GrangevlUe Beer w
* 1'Bf * KUHN, Proprietors.
DR. J. H. LEWIS,
^Bridge and Crown Work
■ "WO* m
Whoa at Nss Parse Mq at ]
THE CLARK HOUIC,
Where you receive boot of m*
J. H. Miller, Up, j
NEZ PERCE PRAIRIE, NEZ. PERCE CITY THE HUE
Do .you know Shot NEZ PARCE PRAIRIE lands ae an ln vertrat
are safer than government bonds? If It Is homes, trades, snip* orb
vestments that you are looking fqr, call on or write me.
' H. WALLACE,
Office: Ppmsors* Ststo Brak Building, Nee Perce, Idaho.
When stopping In Sûtes go to the
Stites* Best Hotel—European Plan.
Daialy ft Ruckman, Propr.,
THE STONEY FORD BAR.
Bonded Whiskeys a Specialty. Fine Wines and Cigar*
I i IN1BR BEER ON DRAUGHT
PACKER BROS, Prop«.___
If you are looking far a Homo whore It Is pleasant te live, er hr
Investments that will doubts. You cannot afford to overlook «•
famous Comas Prairie in Idaho County, Idaho. For particular» wr#»
to or soil on tho
Camas Prairie Land Company
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE
I I Frazier Brothers, Proprietors C——
Special Attention Given to Mountain Trave.
Teams and Careful Drivers. Saddle Hor
ni shed on Short Notice.
THE PIRjBT NATIONAL BANK)
Invita. New Buein.ee on P.vor.bl. T.rm* ^
E. M. Ehrhardt, Preside, t; W. L. Brown, V.oe Pre..d
MoGinitie, Cashier. |]ijM
Capital and Surplus.................... ••••"•• ......... ^
WHITE PINE TRADING CO., Bo 0 u,
General Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groc^^
Shoes and Clothing, Shelf and Heavy E
ORFINO, ID AHO. --
P. a. McKinney, Prop^
Orofino Drug Co.
Drugs, Jewelry and Teilet Article«,
•mint* end Oil«.
J*v WOODWO.W ^
ROOM 3. v0U * _
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