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Notic«. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing township plat was received at this office on April 1. 1805, vis: Township 81, north range 6 WBM. The above plat will be officially filed on May 5, 1905, at 9 o'clock a m. Under the act of March 3, 1893 (27 stats. 598), the state of Idaho has a prior right of sixty days after the plats are filed, In which to make their se lections. Settlers will not ber allowed to file until July 8, 1905 unless they show by affidavit that they settled upon the land applied for before the date of illing said plat in the land office. Dated April 1, 1905. J. B. WEST, Register. C. H. GARBY, Receiver. Notice. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing township plat was received at this office on March 31, 1905, vis: Township 33, north range 3, WBM. The above plat wdll be officially filed on May 1, 1905, at 9 o'clock a. m. Under the act of March 3, 1893 (27 Stats., 693), the state of Idaho has a prior right of sixty days after the plats are filed, in which to make their selections. Settlers will not be allowed to file until June 30, 1905, unless they show by affidavit that they settled upon the land applied for before the date of filing said Plat in the land office. Dated April 1, 1905. J. B. WEST, Receiver. C. H. GARBY, Receiver. Publio Land Sale Notice is hereby, given that in pur suance of instructions from the com missioner of the general land office, under authority vested in him by sec tion 2455, U. S. Rev. Stats., as amended by the act of congress approved Feb ruary 26, 1895, we will proceed to offer at public sale on the sixth day of May next, at this office, the following tract of land, to-wit: Sw% neV4 section 27, township 36 N., range 5 W. B. M. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the above described lands are advised to file their claims in this of fice on or before the day designated for the commencement of said sale, other wise their rights will be forfeited. Dated March 15, 1905. J. B. WEST, Register. CHARLES H. GARBY, Mar. 17-May 5* Receiver. Notioo for Publication Timber land, act June 3. 1878. United States Land Office, Lewiston, Idaho. March 31st, 1905, 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, Bertram W. Tefft, of Morrow, county of Nez Perce, state of Idaho, has this day filed In this office his sworn statement No. 1601, for the purchase of the lot 16. of section No. 83, in township No. 33 N., range No. 2 W. B. M., and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agri cultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before the register and receiver of this office at Lewiston, Idaho, on Monday, the 26th day of June, 1905. He names as witnesses: Benjamin F. Hendrickson, of ■ Mor row, Idaho. John Salmon, of Morrow', Idaho. Thomas A. Ross, of Woodside, Idaho. George W. Dill,'of Woodside, Idaho. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the above-described lands are requested to file their claims In this office on or before said 26th day of June, 1905. J. B. WEST. Register. Apr. 4—June 28* Notioo for Publication Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. United States Land Office, Lewiston. Idaho, February 27, 1905. 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, Ne vada, and Washington Territory," as extended to all the public land states *>>• act of August 4, 1892, Daniel C. Burr of Genesee, county of Latah, State of Idaho, has this day filed In this of h#e his sworn statement No. 1588, for the purchase of the s^4 se% section 23 n % ne% of section No. 26 In town |p No. 32 north, range No. 3 W. B. , and will offer proof to show that Uand sought is more valuable for Its |er or stone than for agricultural oses, and to establish his claim aid land before the Register and iver of this office at Lewiston, on Friday, the 19th day of May, names as witnesses: omas A. Edwards of Forest. Idaho. Edward Beckman of Forest, Idaho, 'rge Vannetter, of Forest, Idaho, nes Kenyon, of Forest, Idaho. and all persons claiming ad ly the above-described lands are 'ted to file their claims In this on or before said 19th day of 1995. J. B. WEST, Register. •-May 23* Notioo Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing township plats was received at this office on March 10. 1905, vi*.: Township 37 N„ R, 7 E. B. M. Township 38 N„ R. 7 E. B. M. Township 39 N„ R. 7 E. B. M. Township 40 N., R. 7 E. B. M. Township 37 N., R. 8 E. B. M. The above plats will be officially filed on April 13, 1905, at 9 o'clock a. m. Under the act of March 3. 1893, (27 Stats., 593), the State of Idaho has a prior right of sixty days after the plats are filed, In which to make their selec tions. Settlers will not be allowed to file in which to make their selections. Settlers will not be allowed to file until June 14, 1906, at 9 o'clock, a. m., unless they show by affidavit that they settled upon the land applied for before the date of filing said plats In the land office. Dated Lewiston, Idaho, March 10, 190». j. b. WEST, Register. June 9. c. H. GARBY, Receiver. Notioo for Publieation Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Lewiston, Idaho, Lewiston, Idaho, April 6, 1905. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Register and Receiver at Lewiston, Idaho, on May 15th, 1905, viz.: CHRIS STAUFFER of Forest, Idaho, for the lots 11, 12, 21 22, 23, 24, 27, 28 section 22, township 33 N., range 3 W. B. M. He nanjjfs the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: Lawrence E. Fenton of Woodside, Idaho. Clinton J. Peacher, of Woodside, Idaho. William D. McCubbins, of Fairburn, Idaho. Louis Herboldt, of Woodside, Idaho. J. B. WEST, Register. Apr. 7—May 12* Notice for Publieation Department of the Interior, United States Land, Office, Lewiston, Idaho, March 13, 1905. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and tbat said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver at Lewiston, Idaho, on May 6, 1905, viz.: SCHUYLER M. McFARLAND of Lapwai, Idaho, for tfie lots 1, 2 and 3, section 5, township 35 N., range 3 W. and seU se% section 32. township 36 N., range 3 W. B. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: William Bozarth, of Culdesac, Idaho. John J. Philippi, of Lewiston, Idaho. Edward Williams, of Lapwai, Idaho. William Simmons, of Culdesac, Idaho J. B. WEST, Register. Mar. 17-May 5—C Contest Notice Department of the Interior. United States Land Office, Lewiston, Idaho, February 28th, 1905. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed In this office by William D. Rogers, contestant, against homestead entry No. 6678, made February 28th. 1899, for w% nw*4. section 9, town ship 36 N„ range 4 W. B. M„ by Charles F. Jackson, contestée. In which it Is alleged that Charles F. Jackson, entryman, has wholly aband oned said tract of land for more than six months last past and next prior to the date hereof; and has wholly failed and neglected to establish and main tain a residence upon said land since the date of making entry therein; and has wholly failed to In any manner tô improve and cultivate any part of the same as required by the homestead law. Said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. April 20th, 1905, before the Reg ister and Receiver at the United States land office In Lewiston, Idaho. The said contestant having, in a proper affidavit, filed February 28, 1905, set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this giotice can not be made, it is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publication CHARLES H. GARBY, Receiver. Mar. 7-Apr. 18—C Contest Notice Department cf the Interior, United States land office, Lewiston, Idaho. March 10th, 1905. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by David Lad aral, contestant, against homestead en try No. 8264. made March 25th, 1901. for nH neVi, se'i neVi and ne% seH of section 24. township 36 N.. range 5 W B. M., by Samuel Alexander, contestée in which it is alleged that Samuel Alex ander, entryman has wholly abandoned said tract for more than six months, last past and next prior to the date hereof: and that said entryman has wholly failed and neglected to estab lish and maintain a residence upon said tract since the date of making entry thereon; and has failed to in any man ner improve and cultivate any part of the same as required by the homestead law. Said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evidence touching said allegation at 18 o'clock a. m. on April 25, 1905, before the Reg ister and Receiver at the United Statee Land Office, in Lewiston, Idaho. The said contestant having, in s proper affidavit, filed March 10. 1905. set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this notice can not be made, it Is hereby or dered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publication. CHARLES H. GARBY, Mar. 10-Apr. 25* Receiver. RECALLS EARLY OAYJIISTORY Operations of Upper River Steam ers are to Repeat His tory When the portage railroad is com pleted and boats provided for the upper river, wHieh is now to be provided by the terms of subscriptions to capital of the projected Lewiston and Grange ' i,le roa <i, it will be to restore to a large extent the conditions that prevailed by which commerce was\conducted a quarter century ago, says the Portland Evening Telegram. 1 ärmere of the Inland emprie, who united In subscriptions to build the road from Lewiston to afford means of transportation to the interior wheat region, have made it Incumbent upon their representatives to provide with the bondholders who underwrite the capitalization provided for, to exact a condition that at least three steam boats be placed on the Upper Colum bia. This would mean that through water traffic could be assured to tide water. and that the road will serve to reduce freight rates for all time, the purpose that it is intended to serve. William Reid, the veteran lawyer and railroad builder, relates that in 1879 he made the trip from Portland to Lewiston by the Columbia river boats. The line in operation was own ed by Captain J. C. Ainsworth, R. R. Thompson. S. G. Reed and others of the pioneer capitalists of Portland. The portage railroad at Cascade. Washing-, ton, on the Washington side of the Columbia river, opposite the present location of Cascade locks, one steamer operating from Portland to that point, was owned by the Oregon Steam Nav igation company. Above the portage another steamer plied between that point and The Dalles, and a stage conveyed passen gers to the upper river above Celllo Falls, then called Hell Gate, where steamer D. S. Baker was boarded for the trip to Lewiston. At a point near Wallula the steamer connected with the railroad built by Dr. Baker, extend ing to Walla Walla, and which Is now a part of the O. R. & N. system. At Lewiston Mr. Reid and his companions went by stage, which operated dally, to Moscow and Colfax, and across the country to Walla Walla, through Day ton. The party made the trip taking the train from 'Walla Walla back to the river at Wajlula and there boarded another bout for the return journey. LAFE PENCE BOBS UP AGAIN Seems to Have Portland Bottled Up on tha Water Question Now. Lafe Pence and his associates, who have been filing claims for water from streams surrounding Portland, may be arrested for trespassing on city pro perty. for today Mayor Williams sent a special officer to prevent any fur ther cutting away of brush in Macleay park, says the Portland Telegram. Considerable opposition against Mr. Pence has been aroused in' Portland. Without permission. It is stated. Mr. Pence has been cutting a swath through the brush and timber of the park. The Mayor declares that, ac cording to law. he cannot do so, and If the work is continued, arrests will be made. "We have been planning to convert the water from Balch gulch into water falls and ponds for the improvement of the City park," declared L. L. Haw kins, a member of the park board, "and if Mr. Pence has the right to monopo lize the water, the city will suffer." Five More Inspectors. The work of dipping sheep in ac cordance with the provisions of the new law Is progressing very satisfac torily In different sections of the state under the supervision of the federal inspectors, says the Boise News. Sheep men generally are readily complying with the law. Five more inspectors came into the state yesterday to com mence work. One was stationed at Murphy, one at Emmett, one at Oakley, one at Rexburg and one at Soda Springs. Eightesn Conti for Wool. The highest price paid for wool this season, so far reported, was paid to J. C. Pence at Boise when he was paid 18 cents for his clip, which will amount to 75,000 or 80.000 pounds. The highest price previously reported was 17 1-2 cents, which Frank Johnson paid to Castor Aldecocea for his clip, amount ing to about 25,000 pounds. ooooooooooooooooooj 2 0 o LODGE DIRECTORY O o o ooooooooooooooooooj Lewiston Lodge of Elko No. 8M Meets every first and third Thursday of each month at the Woodman halL C. L. McDonald, exalted ruler; Chas. W. Mount, secretary. Excelsior Lodgo No. 2 K. of P. Meets every Wednesday evening at I o'clock. Visiting knights always welcome. Henry Fair, K. of R. A S.; E. A. White, C. C. Modem Woodman of America. Regular meetings second and fourth Thursdays of each month. Third floor of Adams block. F. J. Edward« V. C.: Henry Fair, clerk. Moss Roes Circle No. 13«, Women of Woodcraft Meets on the second and fourth Mon days of the month at Woodman hall. Court Lowisten No. 8, foresters af America Meet every other Thursday evening at Odd Fellows' hall. M. L. Smith, CL R.: John Roe, F. S. Tseeminieum Tribe No. S, I'. O. R. M. Meets every Friday evening. F. B. Trader, sachem; L. LeQuime, C. of R. Pearl Assembly No. 130, United Artisans Meets on first and third Saturdays In the I. O. O. F. hall. Augi:ata A. Hive No. 17, L, O. T. M. Meets first and third Thursdays at 7:80 p. m. sharp at Woodman ban All visiting members cordially Invited Mary E. Hollywood, lady commander, 85 Snake River avenue. Mountain Gem Chapter, No. 7, O. E. 8. Chapter room, Masonic Temple. Stated communications first and third Mon days of each month. Mrs. Elisabeth Barnett, W. M.; J. D. McConkey, W. P.: Mrs. Louis Squler, secretary. R. B. Hayea Pest No. 2, G. A. R. Department of Idaho meets first and third Friday In each month In the city hall. H. W. Kimbrough, poet commander; L. Rowley, 8. V. P. C.' Henry Tobin, J. V. P. C.; S. L Thomp, ch plain; A. Small, aurgeon; J. S. Cox, O. D.; S. R. Strong, O. G.; Geo, A. Manning, adjutant and quar termaster. I. O. O. F. Encampment. Clearwater Encampment No. 7, L O. O. F. , meets second and fourth Satur days. Wm. • Schuldt, C. P.; E. A. Rowley, scribe. Visiting patriarchs welcome. Alpha Rebekah Lodge No. 1, I. O. O. P. Meets, every Friday evening at 7:80 o'clock. Sisters Lizzie Barnett N. G. ; Gussle Schultz, V. G.; Emma Ed wards, F. Sec.; Maud Warren, R. Sec. Visitors welcome. Cemmandery, Knights Templar Lewiston Commandery No. 2, Knights Templar, holds regular conclave on the first Saturday evening of each month at the Masonic temple. E. D. Thomas, recorder; J. D. McConkey, E. Com. I. O. O. F. Lewiston lodge. No. 2. L O. O. F. meets every Tuesday evening at 7:20. Wm. Schuldt, N. G.; E. A. Rowley. R. & Visiting brothers welcome. Fraternal Unien ef Ameriea Gateway City lodge, No. 882, moots every second and fourth 8aturdaya of each month In Woodman hall. Mr« M. C. Rem. F. M.; L. LeQuime. sec< retary. N«z Pore« Lodge No. 10, A. F. A A. M. Regular communication the second Wednesday nights of each month. All sojourning brethren welcomed. E. G. Cummings, W. M.: J. D. McCon key, secretary. W. R. C. No. 7 Rosa Gammon, president; Eliza Baum, 8. V. president; Mary Giften, J. V. president; Sarah A. Rowley, treas urer: Eliza Pleretorff, chaplain: Maggie Parker, conductor; Barbara Thompson, chaplain; A. Small, aur geon; J. s. Cox. O. D.: 8. R Strong. O. G.; Geo. A. Manning, adjutant and quartermaster. : JOHN KIDD T 4 o o Does all kinds of Light and ♦ # heavy hauling to any part of * ♦ Lewiston or Clarkston. Phone • 4 «1- • »<.«.(.0*«*(.(.0.|.|.|.0.( HOTEL ASSEMBLEE Strictly First Class Furnished Rooms with Suites. Transclents. Sample Rooms In Connection. Now Kroutinger Block Tel. Main 2801. Lewislon. Idaho * B. J. Roper E. J. Orendorf • ♦ B. J. ROPER & CO. • ♦ GENERAL CONTRACTORS * « AND BUILDERS * 4 I »fflee and shop corner Fifth and * * Sycamore Streets • • CLARKSTON J • Residence E. J. Orendorf cor- £ • ner 4th ave ami 5th street. ♦ ♦ LEWISTON. IDAHO * ♦ Phone 2971 J ♦8*9***»4#*»*#**-**Os«s9*0 LUDA HARLOW STENOGRAPHER TYPEWRITER Room 10, Thlessen building. Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.; Bollinger House, hours 4 to 7 p. m. Telephone 203L MIMEOGRAPH WORK. CLAY McNAMEE LAWYER Rooms 15 and 14, Thlessen Building. LEWISTON, IDAHO. FREDERICK D. ULUK ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Suit 28, Adams Block, LEWISTON, IDAHO. MURRAY & LYON ATTORNEYS-AT LAW, Suite 307 Welsgerber Bldg. LEWISTON, IDAHO. JAS. F. WALL LAWYER Room 21, Thlessen Block LEWISTON. IDAHO. JOHN H. LONG NOTARY PUBLIC Insursneo, Real Estate, Leans, Collec tions Promptly Attended to. Yoaro of Exparioneo. Room 14 Thleaaen Blk. Phone 2811 GEO. W. TANNAHILL Lawyer Practices in all State and Fadaral Courts of Idaho and Washington. Rooms 1, 2 and 2. Téléphona building, Leweleton, Idaho. CHAS. W. SHAFF, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Eye, Ear and Throat Dlaoaeea, 10 to 12 a. m. Medical and Surgical Disease« 2 to 4 p. m., and 7 to 8 p. m. G. ORR McMINIMY Attorney at Law U. 8. REFEREE IN BANKRUPTCY Practice In all courts of Idaho and Washington Room 14, Thlessen Block Tel. 2811 JOHN F. HURLBUT, M.D. Physician Surgeon Boome 2, 4, and I Thlessen Bulldlna Office 'Phone: 1211. Residence 'Phone: 198«. DR. LEAK Veterinary Surgeon-Horse Dentist Located at Mallory & Lydon Stables Phone 171. Residence Phone 2305 LEWISTON, IDAHO l ' 1 ' l.'AIIIJIIM) You Will Be Satisfied WITH YOUR JOURNEY If your tickets read over the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad, the "Scenic Line of the World" Because There are so manv scenic attractions and points of Interest along the line be tween Ogden and Denver that the trip never becomes tiresome. If you are going East, write for In formation and get a pretty book that will tell you all about it. W. C. McBRIDE, Gonoral Agent 124 Third Street Portland : : Oregon A PLEASANT WAY TO TRAVEL The above is the usual verdict of the traveler using the Missouri Pacific Railway between the Pacific Coast and the East, and we believe that the serv ice and accommodations given merit this statement. From Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo there are two through trains daily to Kansas City and St. Louis, carrying Pullman's lat est standard electric-lighted sleeping cars, chair cars and up-to-date dining cars. The same excellent service is ope rated from Kansas City and St. Louis to Memphis, Little Rock and Hot Springs. If you are going East or South, write for rates and full Infor mation. W. C. McBRIDE. Gen. Agt. 124 2d St, Portland, Or. <0 =====»;-: Dining snd Pnfliw SUndsrdandToarM /® Sleeping Cats on Ml Trains. , i » * i » 1 Taking effect January 1, USA No. 9—Spokane A Palouae pointe, Pasio ng s r, arriva«.. .....S:M abb. No. 11—Cloarwater Short Uno Pa ««enger ar rive................9:N«Bi No. 17—From Culdesac A Potlatch. Local. *r rtoOb....... I1:N a» BA No. 73—Through freight ar riva« .. ...........still a>ah No. 19—Palouoo A Spokane P« sponger déporta. 7:M «na» N« It—Clearwater Short Line Paaoangor dé parte, ax. Sunday... 1:41 «Of N?. *1—Culdooac A Potlatch Local départe ......S:M ABA No. 74—Through freight, de part«.......... 1:11 «BB For any additional information oallon or write— w. j. jcMp m», Has st. «. ». uxiLTBifTa.' irr FnSTXABD 09298«. SAVE TIME ALL THE TIME BY USING N°r a ii.^ —TO— Seattle« Tacoma« AND ALL Pacific Coast Points SL Paul Chicago New York —AND— ALL P OINTS EAST PALACE AND TOURIST BLEEPERS. BUFFET. LIBRARY CARS. MODERN DAY COACHES OINING CARS, meals a la «art* BEST MEALSON WHEELS 2 FAST TRAINS DAILY oast and woot For full particular« rate« folders, 08a« call on or address H. BRANDT, C. P.AT.A, * r ~ B. O. YERKES, G. W. P. A* Bootete. Oregon Short Line «» Union Pacific ONLY LINE EAST VIA SALT LAIR Ud DENVER TWO TRAINS DAILT TIME SCHEDULE RIPARIA. WAN» FAST MAIL—For Pomoroy, WaiUburg, Dayton. Walla j Walte, Pendleton, Baker City and all points East, departs dally..............M.Mate EXPRESS for Portland. San Francisco, Baker City and all pointe East, departs____18:84 « ^ FAST MAIL — From all points East, Baker City. Pendleton. Walla Walla. Dayton, Waltaburg, Pom eroy, arrives dally......... 1:98«» EXPRESS form all points East, Baker City, Ban Francisco. Portland, ar rives dally................. 1:41 «■« STEAMER LINES SAN FRANCISCO PORTLAND ROUTE Steamer sails from Portland 8 « ■« «very five day« Dally Boat Service between PortteteB Aetori« Oregon City, Dayton, Baten« Independence, Corvallis and nil Ob lumola and Wtlamette river pntetn Snake River Ronte Steamers leave Lewiston at 8 « m. Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. Re turning leave Riparia 4:05 a. m.. Mon day, Wednesday and Friday. a W. MOUNT, General Agent.