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SECRET SOCIETIES.
Lewiston Lodge of Elks, No. 896—
[eets every first and third Thursday of
ach month at the Woodman hall. C. I,.
tcDonald, exalted ruler; Chas. \v.
[ount, secretary.
Excelsior Lodge No. 2, K. of P.—
leets every Wednesday evening at 8
.•clock. Visiting knights always wel
come. Henry Fair, K. of R. & S. Fred
A'ood C. C.
Modern Woodmen of America—Mod
ern 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 Mondays of the month at Wood
man hall.
Pearl Assembly No. 130, United Ar
tisans —Meets on the first and third
Saturdays in the I. O. O. F. hall.
» -
Augusta 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 commander,
85 Snake River avenue.
Mountain Gam Chapter, No. 7, O. E.
8.—Chapter room Masonic Temple.
Stated communications first and third
Mondays of each month. Mrs. Eliza
beth Barnett, W. M.; J. D. McConkey,
W. P.; Mrs. Louis Squler, secretary.
I. O. O. F. Encampment. —Clearwater
Encampment No. 7, I. O. O. F.. meets
second and fourth Caturdays. 8. A.
Roe. C. P.; E. A. Rowley, scribe.
Visiting patriarchs welcome.
Alpha Rebekah Ledge No. 1, I. O. O.
F .—Meets every Friday evening at 7:30
o'clock. Bisters Lizzie Barnett. N. G.:
Gussle Schultz. V. G.: Emma Edwards,
F. Sec.; Maud Warren, R. Sec. Visitors
welcome.
Commandery Knights Templar^
Lewlston Commanderv No. 2. Knights
Templar, holds regular conclave on the
first Saturday evening of each month
at the Masonic Temple. E. D. Thomas,
recorder: 3 . D. McConkey, E. Com.
Nez Perce Lodge No. 10, A. F. & A.
M.—Regular communication the second
Wednesday nights of each month. All
sojourning brethren welcomed. E. G.
Cummings, W. M.; J. D. McConkey.
secretary.
I. O. O. F.— Lewiston lodge No. 8 I. O.
O. F. meets every Tuesday evening at
7:30 S. A. Roe. N. G.: E. A.
Rowley, R. S.. Visiting brothers wel
come.
Fraternal Union of America—Gnte
way City Lodge No. 382. meets every
second and fourth Saturdays of earh
month in Woodman hall. Mrs. M. C.
Rea, F. M.; L. LeQuime. secretary.
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R. B. Hayes Post No. 2. De- l
G. A. R
pnrtment of Idaho. Cl. A. R. Regular
meetings first and third Saturdays of
each month at 7:30 p. m. at Wood
man hall. George A. Manning, post
commander; C. A. Coryell, adjutant.
W. R. C.— R. B. Hayes Corns No. 7.
Dept, of Idaho. Regular meetings first
and third Fridays of each month at 2
p. m. at Woodman hall. Luelia Ferris,
president. Susan E. Manning, sec.
Gateway Lodge No. 111' I. O. O. F.—
Meets in Woodman hall Friday night
of each week. Dr. L. ,T. Perkins, N. G.;
R. R. Lowe, secretary.
Tsceminicum Tribe Irrv O p. M No
8 . —Meets everv Wednesday at W. of
W. hall. L. LeQuime. C. of R.; G. B.
Brown, sachem.
F. of A. Court No. 5—Meets even
other Thursday at Odd Fellows' hall. G.
B. King, F. S.: E. V. Strong. C, R.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Notice of foreclosure sale by sheriff.
M. Bergerson, Plaintiff,
Ingeborg L. Dalberg, Peter L. Da Hier g
and the Netherlands American Mort
gage Bank. Defendants.
Under and by virtue of an order of
sale and decree of foreclosure and sale,
issued out of the District Court of
Second Judicial District of the State of
Idaho, In and for the County of Nez
Perce, on the 25th day of November.
A. D., 1905, In the above entitled action
wherein M. Bergerson. the above
named plaintiff obtained a judgment
and decree of foreclosure and sale
against Ingeborg L. Dalberg, Peter L.
Dalberg and the Netherlands American
Mortgage Bank, defendants, on the 14th
day of November, A. D. 1905, for the
sum of $731.93, besides interest and ac
cruing costs, which said decree has
been recorded In Judgment Book G of
said Court at page 218, I am command
ed to sell the certain lots, pieces or
parcels of land, situated, lying ana
being In the County of Nez Perce. State
of Idaho, and bounded and described as
follows, to-wit:
The west half of the northeast quar
ter, the northeast quarter of the north
east quarter of section thirty-four ana
the northwest quarter of the northwest
quarter of section thirty-five In town
ship thirty-nine north, of range one
east of the Boise meridian, together
with all and singular the t*"«"* 1 " 9 '
hereditaments and appurtenanc
thereunto belonging or In anywise ap
pertaining. , _ n
Public notice is hereby given that on
Wednesday, the 20th day of Decem
ber. A. D. 1905. at 10 o'clork a. nn of
that day In front of and at the front
door of the Court House of the County
of Nez Perce, in Lewiston. Idaho I um
In obedience of said order of sale and
decree of foreclosure and sale, sell tne
above described property, or so rnu
thereof as may be necessary to sattsfN
said Judgment, with interest and cost
etc., to the highest and best bidder, for
the lawful money of the United -t
HARVEY FORESMAN, Sheriff
Dated November 27. 1905.
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Contort Notice.
Department of the Interior, United
State* Land Office, Lewiston, Idaho,
November 2, 1905. .
A sufficient affidavit having been
filed In tbiz office by Samuel E. Arant
contestant, against Leonard .
wolt, entry No. 11099, made December
1, 1904, for northwest quarter
east quarter, section 33, township A
north, range 3 west, by Leonard ••
Zumwolt, contestée, in which it is a -
leged that said Leonard Zumwolt has
never established a residence on said
land; that he has abandoned the same
and has not been on said land
than six months last p*»t; that no un
STATE LAND SALE.
io N ^ e J S fiereby given that on Friday, the 15th day of December, 1905, at
trtnhn 0L u, a i m " the foll °wing described lands belonging to the State of
' „ 'A' 111 be offered for sale at public auction at the court house at Lew
iston, Nez Perce county, Idaho:
No.
1—NEVi .
____16
N>/ 2 NWVi ...
____16
3—Lots 25, 26, 27,
28..36
4—Lots 17, 18, 19
20..36
•»—Lots 3 and 4 .
____36
6—Lots 13 and 14
____36
•—Lots 1 and 2 .
____36
8—Lots 15 arid 16
----36
9—Lots 29 and 30
----36
10—Lots 31 and 32
____36
11—NVi
----16
—Lots 5. 6, 7, 8
____16
13— NU SE»;
----16
14—SWV4 SE'i
----36
15—SEU SWi, .
____36
16—SAY' 4 SWVi
----36
17—NWVi SWVi
18—XU SE'i
19—SE»4 NEVi ..
----36
20—SW '4 NEVi
----36
21— NE »j SWVi .
----36
22—NVi NEVi ...
____36
23—EV 2 NWVi ...
____36
24— SVi 8W>;
____36
25—WH NEVi ...
----36
Twp. R.
36N
36N
34N
34N
34N
Per Acre
5W.................... *10.00
5W....................10.00
2W....................25.00
26— net; swV4se%nwV4 36
27— NEVi SE14 .......16
28— SF.V; SEVi ........16
29— NWVi SW Vi ......36
30— SV4 NWV4 ........36
31— NE Vi NE Vi ......36
32— SH NWVi ........36
33— NVj SEViSViNEVi 36
34— NVi NWVi ........36
35— NV4 SWV4 ........36
36— SWVi SWV4 ......36
37— SEVi SWV4 .......36
38— SEVi SWVi
39— SWVi SEVi .
40— SEVi SEVi .
41— SEVi NWVi
42— SV4 SWVi ..
43— NEVi NEVi
44— SEVi NEVi .
45— EV4 SEVi ...
46— SWVi SEVi .
47— SV4 SWVi ..
48— NWVi NWVi
49— SWVi NWVi
50— NWVi SWVi
51— SWVi SWVi
. .36
.....36
.....36
.....36
..... 1«
.....86
.....<(
.....36
.....86
.....36
.....86
.....36
.....36
.....36
34N
34N
34N
34N
34N
35N
35N
35N
3GN
36N
36N
36N
36N
36N
36N
36N
36N
36N
33N
37N
37N
34N
34N
37N
37N
36N
36N
36N
36N
36N
36N
S6N
37N
37N
S7N
S5N
S5N
SIN
SIN
UN
SIN
38N
S6N
S5N
35N
85N
2W..
2W........
2W........
2W.......
2W____
10.00
17.60
20.00
15.00
20.00
2W....................12.50
2W....................20.00
1W..................... 20.00
1W...................... 20.00
1W...................... 10.00
5W...................... 10.00
5W...................... 10.00
5W..................... 15.00
5W...................... 10.00
5W..................... 17.50
5W..................... 17.50
5W..................... 15.00
5W..................... 15.00
5W....................10.00
5W..................... 10.00
5W...................... 10.00
6W.....................35.00
6W.....................40.00
2E ...................... 10.00
2E.....................15.00
1W......f...............15.00
Imp.
*345.00
32.00
32.00
625.00
12.80
6.40
13.50
30.00
295.00
1W
2W •
2W
2W
2W
2W ■
2W
25.00
15.00
25.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
10.00
112.80
15.00
28.40
125.00
150.00
600.00
129.60
17.70
732.00
19.10
19.20
2W......................S0.00
2W..................... 25.00 84.00
2W....................<3.00 8.00
2W....................10.00 18.00
SW...................... 19.00
SW.................... 15.00 80.10
SW....................1009 1000
SW..................... 25.00 1100.00
SW.................... 25.00 25.20
SW....................25.00 11.10
1W....................10.00
1J5............. 12.50 9.10
IE.................... 20.00 450.00
IE.....................10.00 12.00
IE..................... 10.00 9.10
Terms of sale are as follows:
On all lands selling at Twenty-five Dollars an acre or less, one-tenth of the
purchase price and first year's Inter*®! on deferred payments cash on day
of sale, balance In ejghteen annual ln®tallments at six per cent interest; on
all lands selling for more than Twenty-five dollars per acre, twenty per
cent of the purchase price and first year's Interest on deferred payments
cash on day of sale, balance In slxtee n annual Installments at six per cent
Interest.
No lands will be sold for less than th<? appraised value.
For further Information address th« county treasurer, or the State Land
Department, Boise, Idaho.
By order of the State Board of Land Commissioners.
Dated November 20th, 1905. _ _ _ _________
• c. s. McConnell.
PM5 _ Beglster.
provements whatever have been made
on said land and no house has been
erected thereon. Said parties are here
by notified to appear, respond and of
fer evidence touching said allegation
at 10 o'clock a. m. os December 26.
190.-. before the register and receiver
at the United States Land Office in
Lewiston, Idaho.
The said contestant having, in a
proper affidavit, filed November 14,
1903. set forth facts which show that
after due diligenee personal service
of this notice cannot he made, it is
hereby ordered and directed that stich
notice he given by due and proper
publication.
n24d21 J. B. WEST. Register.
Contest Notice.
Department of the Interior, United
States Land Office. Lewiston, Idaho,
September 22. 1905.—A sufficient con
test affidavit having been filed in this
office by Charles Maier, contestant,
against homestead entry Nol0561, made
March 29. 1904. for north half south
east quarter and south alf northeast
quarter. section 25, township 33
orth, range 4 west, bv Nicholas II
Miniter, contestée, in which it is al- 1
leged that said entryman has wholly
failed to establish his residence and I
the^register
live upon said described land for six
months prior to the filing of th's con
test; that said entryman has wholly
failed to cultivate said described land
in any way and that he has wholly fail
ed to comply with the homestead laws
of the United States tn such cases
made and provided, and that said en
tryman has wholly failed to establish
his residence on said land at any time.
Said parties are hereby notified to
appear, respond and offer evidence
touching said allegation at 10 o'clock
a. m. on November 27, 1905, before the
and receiver at the United
States land office in Lewiston, Idano.
The said contestant having, in a pro
per affidavit, filed October 25, 1905, set
forth facts which show that after due
diligence personal service of this no
tice can not be made, it Is hereby or
dered that such notice be given by due
and proper publication.
C. H. GARBY, Receiver.
0.27N28
Notice for Re-Pub!icafion.
Department of the Interior, I-and Of
fice at Lewiston, Idaho, Nov. 15, 1905.—
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing 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 the register
and receiver U. S. land office at Lew
iston Idaho, on December 23, 1905, viz:
EMIL HERRMAN.
of Webb, Idaho, for northeast quarter
section 2, township 33 north, range 4
He names the following witnesses to
Drove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land viz: Gus
Gasse, of Waha. Idaho; Milliam Mur
ray of Waha, Idaho: Venzel Mis. of
Waha, Idaho; David J. Wyatt, of Webb,
J. B. WEST. Register.
Idaho.
n!7<122
Notice for Publication.
Timber Land, Act June 3 1878, Unit
ed «täte.« Land Office, Lewiston, Idaho
Oct 4 1905-Notice is hereby g ven
that in compliance with the provIsions
of the act of congress of June . 3 ;, 18 '®'
ot , . "An act for the sale of timber
Hnds n the states of California Ore
gon Nevada and Washington Terrl
fo° r v ' as extended to all 'he public
land states by art of August 4, 1892,
THOMAS DALTON,
of Lewiston, county of Nez state
, Vaohn has this dav filed in this of
Sce his sworn statement No. 1716 for
the purchase of the west half southwest
wrss
SÄof <0 show that the land
ber^oV ston"'than' for agricultural pur
poses and to establish his claim to said
fand before the regteter and receiver of
this office at Lewiston, Idaho, on Tues
d< He narnes' as'witnesses: Jesse John
son of Waha. Idaho; V. - v n C. WJ1
lard, of Waha, Idaho: Pra kiln J. Wil
lard, of Waha. Idaho
Lewiston, Idaho.
Any and aH persena
Ellen Dalton, ef
claiming ad'
versely the above described lands are
requested to file their claims In this
office on or before said January 2. 1906.
O 6-D 8 J. B. WEST, Register.
Notice of Sale of School District Bonds
by School District No. 65.
Pursuant to an election held in said
school district No. 65 on the 4th day
of November, 1905, for the purpose of
determining whether the trustees of
said district be authorized to Issue
bonds In the sum of *600.00, payable
January 1st, 1916, with the option of
payment in five years, to bear interest
at 5 per cent per annum, Interest pay
able semi-annually, for the purpose of
building and furnishing t. school house
in said district, and at said election
more than two thirds of the votes cast
being in favor of said proposition, and
the board of trustees having been au
thorized to issue the same:
Now, therefore, pursuant to the au
thority granted at said election and a
resolution of the board of trustees of
said district No. 65, notice is hereby
given of the intention of said district
to issue bonds to the amount of $600.00,
to be in the denomination of *300.00
each, to be paid July 1, 1916, with the
1 option of payment in five years, and to
[bear interest -t the rate of five per
I cent per annum, interest payable semi
annually, and bids are hereby Invited
for the same, said bids to be filed with
the clerk of said district at Winches
ter, in said district, on or before De
cember 18, 1905, at the hour of 2 o'clock
p. m. of said day on which day the
same will be opened by said board.
The board reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids offered.
By order of the board.
Dated November 17. 1905.
THEODROE MOREHOUSE.
Clerk of District No. 65.
Postofflce. Winchester. Idaho.
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, Lan , Of
fice at Lewiston, Idaho, Nov. 15. 1905.—
Notice Is hereby given that the fol
lowing named settler has filed not'ce
of his Intention to make final proof in
support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the regis
ter and receiver of U. S. land office at
ewiston, Idaho, on Dec. 23, 1905, viz:
ANDREW J. McGHEE.
of Waha, Idaho, for the east half north
west quarter, northwest quarter north
west quarter, northeast quarter south
west quarter section 2, township 33
north, range 4 WBM.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz: Wil
ber J. Hersey. of Waha. Idaho' Venvel
Mis. of Waha. Idaho: Emil Herrmnn,
of Waha, Idaho: William Galser, Jr.,
of Waha, Idaho.
n 15a23_ J. B. WE PT, Regis ter.
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, Land Of
fice at Lewiston, Idaho, Nov. 8, 1905.—
Notice la hereby given that the follow
ing 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 of the U. S. land office at Lew
iston, Idaho, on Dec. 12, 1905, viz:
WALTER L. TOBIE,
of Webb, Idaho, for lots 13-14-15-16-17
18-19-20, section 22, township 35 north
range 4 WBM.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz: Hen
ry P. Crawford. George James, Lon G
Slenker, Charles C. Miles, all of Webb
Idaho.
N 9-D 7 J. B. WEST, Register.
Notice of Sheriffs Sale Undsr
Execution.
District Court.—Under and by virtue
of an execution issued out of the Dis
trict Court of the Second Judicial Dis
trict of the State of Idaho. In and for
the County of Nez Perce, and to me di
rected and delivered, for a judgment
rendered In said court, on the 17th day
of October. 1905, In favor of the Voll
mer-Clearwater company limited, a
corporation, and against Joseph
Hooper for the sum of *315.73. lawful
money of the United States, together
with costs of suit and Interest. I have
levied on all the right, title, claim and
interest of said defendant of. In and to
the following described property, to
wtt:
The north half of the southeast quar
ter and the south half of the north
east quarter of section nineteen (19)
In township thirty-five (35) north of
range one (1) west of the Boise me
ridian, containing 160 ncres.
Public notice is hereby given, that on
Friday, the 8th day of December, 1905,
at 2 o'clock p. m., of that day. at the
front door of the county courthouse
in Lewiston, in Nez Perce county, I will
in obedience to said writ of execution,
sell all the right, title, claim and In
terest of said defendant, of. In and I»
the above mentioned property, or so
much thereof as ;nay he necessary to
satisfy plaintiff's claims, besides costs,
interest and accruing losts, to the
highest and best bidder for the lawful
money of the United States.
HARVEY FORESMAN, Sheriff.
n14d5 CHAS. L. MONROE. Deputy.
Dated November 14. 1905.
Wanted.
WANTED—Classified ads for the
Inter-State News. Remember that if
you read the News, other do.
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COMPARISONS.
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thorough you will find our Pianos moat
beautiful In atyla and finlah; beat in
quality and loweat In price.
If you arc not a competent Judge of
Planoe yeu had batter lnveetlgate rap.
utatlona. The reputatlona of the Planoe
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guorantee that goes with them, coupled
with the guarantee of ths Allen A OtK
bert-Ramaker Co., the oldeat, largest
and strongest Plane and Organ Houaa
In the Pacifie Northwest, should lead
you to reach a decision quickly.
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Agent for
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Bottled and Draught
BEER
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Opposite Brewery.
We would be pleased to have
you call. Galleries at Lewiston,
Pullman, Colfax and Pendleton.
! Lewiston Dray |
Company
Office phone 1111. Barn phone
2011
parta of Lewiston and Clarkston. J
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City Transfer Co
does a general drsy
ing business to all
parts of the city. Light
and heavy hauling of
all kinds.
DUNCAN & CO Props
White Front Stable
CROZIER A RUDCELL,
Proprietors.
First-Class Riga
Saddle Horses
Careful Driver*
Telephone S71
No. 411 Main $treet
Calls answered Day or Night.
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DINING AND PULL
MAN STANDARD
AND TOURIST
SLEEPING CARS ON
ALL TRAINS.
Taking effect January 1, 1905:
No. 9—Spokane & Pa louse
points. Passënger ar
rives at.....J...... 8:20
No. 11—Clearwater Short Lins
Passenger arrives at 7:80
No. 17—From Stltes and inter
mediate points, arrives
at (except Sunday)____9
No. 21—From Culdeeac, arrives
at (except Sunday)..1:80 p. m.
No. 18—Palouae A Spokane
Passenger departs. .7:86 a. m.
No. 12— I« wlston - Spokane and
Intermediate points,*
departs..............11 p. m.
No. 18—For Btltes and Inter
mediate points (except
Sunday) ...j...... 1:45 p. m.
No. 23—For Culdesac (except
Sunday at ..........2 p. m.
For additional Information call
or write—
W. J. JORDAN, Agent,
Lewieton, Idaho
A. D. CHARLTON, A. G. P. A.
Portland, Oregon
m.
Great Northern Railway
TIME TABLE.
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
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THE FLYER
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Making Practically Through
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THROUGH CARS
PALACE SLEEPING CARS
TOURIST SLEEPERS
DINING CARS, a la earto
OBSERVATION CARS
For rates anil full Informa
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eling Agent, write
E. 8. BLAIR, General Agent,
Spokane, Wash.,
dr
S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A.,
Seattle, Wash.
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in the Public Schools of Lewiston.
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Druggists.
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for Papa-hanging
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lust below Phillipi, the tailor
Honest work for honest money
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Properties examined and ra
ported on. Working tests
on ores. Assays for gold, silver,
lead or copper, 81; gsld and sS
ir silver and lead In
sample, 8L Gold Purchased.
MINING ENGINEERING AND
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We have received e car
load of porch column* r—
built up and solid — all
lengths and shapes. We
would like to show the stack.
Bartlett & Cox
JOHN KIDD
to any part «f
Doss all kinds
heavy hauling
. Lewiston
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j Star Dray CO.
GENERAL DRAYING WORK
Light and heavy hauling to any
part of Lewtaton or Clarkaton.
All deliveries made promptly and
carefully. Residence phono 888.
Office at Wlggln's Cigar Store.
Phone 1411.

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WITH YOUR JOURNEY
If your tlcketH read over the Denvaa
and Rto Grande Railroad, the "Soeato
Line of the World"
Because
There are so manv scenic attractions
and points of Interest along the lino ho*
tween Ogden and Denver that the tals
never becomes tiresome.
If you are going East, WTlte for I
formation and get a pretty book to
will tell you all about It
W. C. McBRtDE, General Agent
124 Third Street
Portland i : < Oregon
FREDERICK D. CULVER
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Suit 26, Adams Block,
LEWISTON, IDAHO.
Bernard P. Duffy G. Orr MrMinlmy
McMINIMY A DUFFY,
Attorneys et Low.
Prentice in all courte of Idaho and
Washington. Criminal law a specialty.
Room 14, Thisassn Sleek. Tel 8111

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