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Legal Notices
Y|(nb «r I-»"«*- Act Jun * 3 " No*;«* I tl
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for Publication,
United States Land Office.
Lewiston, Idaho. July 19, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that in com
1 w ith the provisions ot the act
f Congress of June 3. 1878, entitled
y set for the 8a,e of Uniber lands In
h States of California, Oregon, Ne
"V and Washington Territory," as
extended to all Public Land States by
of August 4, 1892, <
" CARRIE HERRMAN.
-»W&ha, county of Ne* Perce, State of
" h0 h as this day filed In this office
sworn statement No. 1868, for the
"Ihase of the SW 1-4 NW 1-4 of
Ljtion No. 3, in Township No. 33 N.,
- fWft No. 4, W. B. M., and will offer
oof to show that the land sought Is
Joore valuable for Its timber or stone
thto for agricultural purposes, and to
^tsbllsh her claim to said land before
the Register and Receiver of this, office
st Lewiston. Idaho, on Wednesday, the
Uth day of October, 1905.
She names as witnesses: Frank
Shutters, of Webb, Idaho; ; Wil'iam
Murray, of Webb, Idaho;; Emil Herr
mann, of Webb, Idaho; George Earl, of
Waha, Idaho
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Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above-described lands are
requested to file their claims In this
office on or before said 18th dij of,
October, 1905. J. B. WEST ,
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Notice for Publication. 1
Timber Land, Act June 3 1878, United
states Land Office, Lewiston, Idaho,, .
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Notlce is hereby given that In com- L
pliance with the provisions of the act j
of congress of June 3, 1878. entitled; ;
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bv act of August 4, 1892, Mary Dowd,
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of Lewiston, county of Nez Perce, state
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of Idaho, has this day filed In this, office'
her sworn statement No. 1630, for the
"An act for the sale of timber lands
In the states of California, Oregon, Ne- j
vada and Washington Terrlotry," as
extended to all the public land states 1
purchase of south half southeast quar
ter and southeast quarter southwest
quarter of section No. 35 In township
No 33 n, range 4 WBM, and will offer ■
proof to show that the land sought Is
more valuable for Its timber or stone
than for agricultural purposes, and to
establish her claim before the regl
establish her claim to said land before
the register and receiver of this office
at Lewiston, Idaho, on Monday the 21st
day of August. 1905.
She names as witnesses:
Matthew Dowd, of Lewiston, Idaho.
Frank Willard, of Waha Idaho.
Charles Dowd, of Lewiston, Idaho.
James Madden, of Lewiston. 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 21st day of
August, 1905.
J. B. WEST. Register.
May 30—Aug. 21 •
Notice of Application for Patent.
In the United States Land Office, at
Lewiston, Idaho. In the matter of
the application for patent for the
Center Star, Louise, Lillie L, Lucky
Four Placer Mining Claim.
United States Land Office, Lewiston,
Idaho. June 17, 1905.
Notice Is hereby given, that V. Land
qulst. whose post office address Is
Lewiston. Nez Perce county. Idaho, on
behalf of himself and his associates,
Wm. J. Wilkinson. P. O. Ruen. John
application for patent" for the ' Center |
Star, Louise, Lillie L., Lucky Four
0 .Bender. J. A. Husebye, G. A. Nehr
hood and H. M. Peterson, has filed an I
Placer mining claim situated In Nez
Perce county, state of Idaho, and de
scribed as follows, to-wit:
The west half of the southwest quar
ter of section 24 and lots 3 and 4 of sec
tion 23 i n township 31 north range 5
*est of the Boise Meridian, according
to the official survey thereof now of
record in the said United States Land ,
office at Lewiston, Idaho, containing
114.61 acres.
That said claim Is located at the,
tnouth of Corral Creek on the Snake
River In said Nez Perce county, Idaho.
Notices of location and the amend
L en mm eret0 ° f the Center St3r L °'" !
.'e, Lillie L.. Lucky Four placer min- !
daim are of record In the office !
°f the county recorder of Nez Perce I
count y. state of Idaho, In'Book 4 of
Mining Claims, pages 540-542-543 and |
and In Book 6 of Mining Claims,
Page 160.
Any and all persons claiming ad
'ersely the mining ground, or any
Portion thereof so described, survey
Pitted and applied for, are hereby
oottfled that unless their adverse
•lalms are duly filed according to law,
aod the regulations thereunder, within
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Lumber of All Kinds
We can now fill all orders. SLAB
WOOD- -good Red Fir. $ow is your
time to order, » Phont. No. 175 1
Lewiston Lumber Co.
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tl ie time prescribed by law, -with the
ravlata« at__r»_ . . ». .
register of the United States land of
fice at Lewiston. Ne* Perce county,
Idaho, they will be barred by the pro
visions of the law 4n such cases made
and provided.
I direct that this notice be published
In the Lewiston Inter-State News, a
semi-weekly newspaper, published at
Lewiston, Nez Perce county, Idaho, a
paper of established .character and gen
eral circulation, published nearest said
mining claim, for the period of sixty
(60) days.
J. B. WEST, Register.
June 20-Aug. 18.
Contest Notice.
Department of the Interior, United
States Land Office, Lewiston, Idaho,
June 21st, 1905..
A sufficient contest affidavit having
been filed in this office by Minnie E.
Nye, contestant against Hoiriestead
Entry No. 10,378, made January 2nd,
1904, for southeast quarter northwest
quarter section 6, township 22 north,
range 2 WBM„ by Ernest A. Caskell,
contestée, in which It Is alleged that
the said Ernest A. Caskell has aban
! doned the same; that he has never
established a residence upon the same
as required by law nor has he , w
upon nor , mproved any part of the
same ag requlred by , aw; and tbat he
, bas been absent frQm the
same for
I more than six months next preceding
I the filing of this affidavit, continuously.
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I mg said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m.
1 °n September 6, 1905, before the regls
L an „ receIver at the UnIted States
j , and off)ce , n LewIst Idaho
; The sa , d rontMtant havln _
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Paid parties are hereby notified to ap- ;
pear, respond and offer evidence touch-I
having,
proper affidavit, filed July 27th, 1905,
set forth facts which show that after
due diligence personal service of this
.notice can not be made. It is hereby
. . . ,,
I ordered and directed that such notice
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given by due and proper publlca
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.Tilly 28-Sept. 6.
H. OARBY.
Receiver. \
See the Sea.
Seaside, North Beach, 520.00 round |
trip. Stopover at Portland. Final limit:
September 30, via O. R. & N. tf
TWIN FALLS CELEBRATION.
New Idaho Town Will Then Have a
Railroad.
Twin Falls. Idaho, is to hold a great
celebration of the entry of thp railroad j
Into the Twin Falls country. The cele- j
hratlon will be held next Monday and j
invitations have been sent broadcast j
over this state to prominent people 1
whose presence is desired there
Immediately upon the arrival of the
special train there will he a grand bar- |
beoue. after which there will be j
speeches by United States Senator
Heyburn. Oov. F. ÏÎ. Gooding. Con
gressman Burton L. French. Maj. Fred
R. Reed. E. B. Critehlow and others,
followed by a basehall game. Idaho
Falls vs. Pocatello (professionals), and
athletic carnival, with dancing and fire
works in the evening.
Excursion rates of one fare for the
round trip have been extended by the
railroad, and a large number of vis
itors are expected.
The invitations are signed by the fol
lowing members of the general com
mittee on arrangements: S. T. Hamll
| f E t C ° 1 *' _ J ^ Mc '
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I ,nn ' ''halrman. M M Murtaugh. R. W.
Millan, J. F. Hansen. T ,T. Rauch.
1 Jellum & Jones j
98 4th Street Lewiston, Idaho.
Properties examined and re
ported on. Working test.) made
on ores. Assays for geld, silver,
lead or copper. 61; gold and sli
ver. or silver and lead In one «
sample, 51. Gold Purchased. ^
MINING ENGINEERING AND ♦
ASSAYING. J
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Light and heavy hauling to any
part of Lev Iston or Clarkston.
All deliveries made promptly and
carefully. Residence phone £86
Office phono 1411.
Buffalo, New York, and Return $79.85.
Via the Northern Pacific railway.
Supreme session Foresters of America,
Buffalo, New York, August 22-26. Sell
ing dates August I 4and 15. Final re
turn limit 90 days west of Chicago,
60 days east of that city. For further
particulars call on or write
W. J. JORDAN,
Lewiston, Idaho. Agent.
SPECIAL RATES VIA THE N. P.
To the Lewi* and Clark Fair June 1 to
Ootobor 15.
From Lewiston $14.96 for the round
trip, limit 30 days. Party of 10 on one
ticket 611.20 for the round trip, limit
10 days. Special arrangements will be
made for larger parties. For full par
ticulars call or write
W. J. JORDAN,
Agent.
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles
Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protrud
ing Piles. Druggists refund money It
Pszo Ointment falls to cure any case,
no matter of how long standing. In 6 to
14 days. First application gives ease
and rest. 60c. If your druggist hasn't
It send 50 cents In stamps and It will
be forwarded post-paid by Paris Medi
cine Co., St. Louis, Mo. tf
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Lewiston Lodge of Elks No. 896
Meets every first and third Thursday
of each month at the Woodman hall.
C. L. McDonald, exalted ruler; Chas.
W. Mount, secretary.
Excelsior Lodge No. 2 K. of P.
Meets every Wednesday evening at 8
Q . clock . VJsltlng knIghtg a|way8
welcome . Henry Palr- K of R &
S.; E. A. White, C. C.
Modern Woodmen of America.
Modern Woodmen meet every second
and Fourth Saturday of each month,
In Odd Fellows' hall.
Moss Rose Circle No. 138, Women of
Woodcraft
Meets on the second and fourth Mon
days of the month at Woodman hall.
Tsceminicum Tribe No. 8, 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.
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Augi sta A. Hive No, 17, L. O. T. M.
Meets first and third Thursdays at
7:30 p. m. sharp at Woodman hall.
All visiting members cordially Invited
Mary E. Hollywood, lady commande:,
85 Snake River avenue.
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Mountain Gem Chapter, No. 7, O. E. 8.
Chapter room. Masonic Temple. Stated
communications first and third Mon
days of each month. Mrs. Elizabeth
Barnett, W. M.: J. D. McConkey, W
P. ; Mrs. Louis Squier, secretary.
G. A. R.— R. B. Hayes Post No. 2. Dept,
of Idaho, G. A. R. Regular meetings
first and third Saturdays of each
month at 7:30 p. m., at Woodman
Hall. George A. Manning, post com
mander; C. A. Coryell, adjutant.
W. R. C.— R. B. Hayes Corps No. 7,
Dept, of Idaho. Regular meetings
first and third Fridays of each month
at 2 p. mp at Woodman halt. Luella
Ferris, president. Susan E. Man
ning. secretary.
I. O. O. F. Encampment.
Clearwater Encampment, No. 7, I, O. O
F.. meets second and fourth Satur
days. Wm. Schuidt, C. P.; E. A
I Rowley, scribe. Visiting patriarchs
| "Oleome.
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Alpha Rebekah Lodge No. 1, I. O. O. F
Meets every Friday evening at 7:3'
o'clock. Sisters Llszie Barnett. N
G.; Gussle Schultz. V. G.; Emma Ed
wards, F. Sec.: Maud Warren, R
Sec. Visitors welcome.
Commsndery, Knights Tqmplar
Lewiston Commandery No. 2. Knight»
Templar, holds regular conclave oc
the first Saturday evening of ea.
month a: ihe Masonic temple. E O
Thomas, recorder: J. I). McConkey
E. Com.
Nsz Perce Lodge No. 10, A. F. & A V
Regular communication the second
Wednesday nights of each month
All sojourning brethren welcom. d K
G. Cummh.gs. W. M.; J. D. MeCmi
key, secret,ry.
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I. O. O. F.
Lewiston lodge. No 8. I. O. O. F meets
every Tuesday evening at 7:80. Wm
Schuidt, N. G.; E. A. Rowley, R. 8
% Visiting brothers welcome.
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Fraternal Union of America
Gateway City lodge. No. 882. mwo
every second and fourth Saturdays of
each month In Woodman hall. Mrs
M. C. Rea, F. M.: L. LeQuime. sec
retary.
TSCEMINICUM TRIBE Im. O. R. M
No. 8. Meet every Wednesday at W
of W. hall. L. LeQuime, C. of R
Q. B. Brown. Sachem.
F. OF A. Court No. 5—Meets w»n
other Thursday at Odd Fellows' hall
G. B. King. F 8.: E. V. Strong. C P
GATEWAY LODGE No 111 I. O. O. F.
— Meets In Woodman hall Friday
night of each week. Dr. L. J. Per
kina, N. O,; R. R. Low*, Secretary.
White Front Stable
CROZIER * RUDCELL,
Proprietor*.
First-Clast Rigs
8addl* Horses
Careful Drivera
Téléphona 871
No. 411 Main 8traat
Calla answered Doy or Night.
: Burns Brothers j
PHOTOGRAPHERS
Opposite Brewery.
We would ba pleased to have
you call. Galleries at Lewiston,
Pullman, Colfax and Pendleton,
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\ Lewiston Dray {
Company
Office phone 1111. Barn phone
^011
Light and heavy hauling to all
parts of Lewiston and Clarkstbn.

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NAYLOR & N0RLIN j
Contractors
SEWER and
WATER SYSTEMS,
PLUMBING,
HEATING and
VENTILATING.
145 Fifth Street.
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up-to-date
CAPE'
try the
BOLLING CP
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CHARLES G. KRESS
JEWELER AND
WATCHMAKER
Repairing a Specially
Thiessen Block STREET^
SET YOUR TIRES WHILE
YOU WAIT
I C.F.GRMM
; Blacksmithing : Shop Ü
Phone Main 1161
423 Main 8t.
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This latest and most up-to
date cold tire setting device has
been Installed at C. F. Grimm's
blacksmith shop. Give it a trial
and be convinced of Its merits.
To Whom It May Concern:'
This Is to certify that we have
had wagon and buggy tires set
with the House Cold Tire Set
ting machine, at C. F. Grimm's
shop, and have found It per
fectly satisfactory in every res
pect.
MALLORY & LYDON, Livery.
WHITE FRONT LIVERY CO.
LEWISTON DRAY CO.
Horseshoeing and Rubber Tire
Work. Wagon, Carriage,
Woodwork and Supplies.
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JOHN KIDD
Does nil kinds of Light and •
heavy hauling to any part of *
Lev iston <>r Clarkston. Phon« •
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Dining and Pullman
Standard and Tourist
Sleeping Can on all
Trains. « t i i •
Taking effect January 1, 1994.
4o. 9—Spokane A Palouae
points. Passenger,
arrives.............1:59 p. »
No. 11—Clearwatar Short
Line Passenger ar- „
r*ve................9:01 a. a
No. it—From Culdesac A
Potlatch, Local, ar
rive. .............. 11:69 a m
No. 76—Through freight ar
rives. ..............18:96 a*
No. 10—Palouae A Spokane
Passenger departs.. 7:96 a*
No. 12—Clearwater Short
Line Passenger de
parts, ax. Bunday... 1:48 aa>
N~ 18—Culdesac A Potlatch
Local departs......6:66 at
No. 74—Through freight, dé
porta ,
9:88 aa
For any additional information call or
or write—
W. J. JORDAN, Abm*.
Lkwisto.«, Idaho
A. D. CHARLTON, A. G. P. A.
Portland Oregon.
SAVE TIME
ALL THE TIME
BY USING
05
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8»* '■4
—TO—
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Seattle, Tacoma,
AND ALL
Pacific Coast Points
St. Paul Chicago New York
—AND—
ALL POINTS EAST
PALACE AND TOURIST
SLEEPERS, BUFFET,
LIBRARY CARS, MODERN
DAY COACHES.
OINING CAR8, njaala a la oar«,
BEST MEÄLSÖN WHEELS
2
FA8T TRAIN8 DAILY
aaat and waat
For full particulars, rates, folders, at»
call on or addresa
H. BRANDT, C. P. «. T. A., Spoka*»
8. G. YERKES, Asst. Gsn. Pass. Ag«
8sattl*.
SPECIAL RATES VIA THE O. R. 4L N.
To the Lewis and Clark Fair, Port
land, Oregon, June 1 to
Octobor 15.
From Lewiston $14.40 for th* round
trip good for 30 days. Party of 10 or
mors on ona ticket $10.80, limit 10 days.
Tickets on sal* May 29 to Ootobar 16.
addition ocoaaional daylight eoach
excursions will b* run at loss than oeia
faro for the round trip.
For full particulars call on or writ*
C. W. Mount, general agent O. R. A N.
REMEMBER WE HAVE
TH E SHORT LINE
LOW RATES
EAST
Will be in effect on frequent dates thro' May and
on later months via the Burlington Route. Choice
of routes with uniformly excellent service. Send a
postal, telling where you want to go; detailed in
formation will be supplied you immediately.
R. B. WILSON, Traveling Frt. and Pass. Agent
No. 4 Second Street, Walla Walla, Wash. ' ^
CAVILCER
for Paperhanging ;
and Painting
139 Eighth Street
Just below Phillipi, the
Honest work for honest !
• B. J. Roper E. J. O rendort <
B. J. ROPER & CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
AND BUILDERS
Office and shop corner Fifth and
Sycamore Streets.
CLARKSTON
Residence E. J. Orendorf cor
ner 4th ave and 6th street.
LEWISTON, IDAHO
4 Phone S9T1
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Porch Columns
We have received a car
load of porch columns ~
built up and solid — all
lengths and shapes. We
would like to show the stx&.
Bartlett & Cox -
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A PLEA8ANT WAY TO TRAVEL
The above is the usual verdict Of tho
traveler using the Missouri Pastflc
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 tiro
through trajns daily to Kansas City
and St. Louis, carrying Pullman's lat
est standard electric-lighted slesptng
cars, chair cars and up-to-date dining
cars. The same excellent service is ope
rated from Kansas City and SL Louis
to Memphis, Little Rock and Hot
Springs, if you are going East or
South, write for rntes and full Infor
mation. W. C. McBRIDE, Gen. AgL
124 (d St.. Portland. Or.
You Will Be Satisfied
KiH.-A / ' ' ''u :. v •. '-'"■'k-îfJI
WITH YOUR JOURNEY
If your tickets read over the Denver
and Rio Grande Railroad, the "Scent*
Line of the World"
Because
There are so manv scenic attraction*
and pointa of Interest along the llna bo
tween Ogden and Denver that the trip
never becomes tiresome.
If you are going East, write for In
formation and get a pretty book ,l *»1
will tell you all about It.
W. C. MoBRIDE, Ganaral Agent
124 Third Street
Portland Oregon
CASTOR IA
Tor Infant* and Children,
Ths Kind You Han Always Bought
Bear* ths
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