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NEWS.
See Bagge,
., is in the c;
of Puyallup,
^ash., is in the city.
—Go to Cox & Creelnian for
harness and saddlery.
Atty. Taylor went to Grange
ville on business today.
A. W. Talkington was over
from Mt. Idaho Saturday.
Died, on Wednesday the in
fant child of H. Bieren.
Henry Wax left for Lewiston
Saturday on a business trip.
F. M. Bridgefarmer has re
turned from his Oregon trip.
Henry Boeckman, eldest son
of Anton Boeckman. is very sick.
With a first class round trip
rate of forty-seven dollars and
sixty cents, from Uniontown,
there is certainly no reason why
a great many more of our people
should not attend the World's
Fair. Both the ticket rates and
the event are opportunities met
but once in a life time. Ex
change the grip on your pocket
book for one on this chance and
enjoy life for two weeks in Chi
cago. You will never regr"t it.
Law firm. —Attention is call
ed to the law card of Reid it
Scales in another column, who
have formed a copartnership for
the practice of law in Idaho Co.,
and in the Supreme and Federal
Courts. Mr. Iieid is too well
known to our citizens to need in
troduction. Mr. W. N. Scales
who will have charge of the of
ce at Grangeville, is an able,
ixperienced and well equipped
|lawyer, a man of integrity and
industry, of excellent habits and
diligent and attentive to busi
ness. We heartily commend the
new firm to the people of Idaho
NUllC E.
All notes and accounts due
the estate of T. J. Rhoads(de
ceased) will be put into the
hands of an attorney for collec
tion if not settled by November
15, 1898.
J. S, Rhoads.
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COMM ISSIONEKS KEJ'ORT.
Continued from last wee!;.
Report of J. C. Garber, Probate
Judge, in the matter of admission of
Zachariah Brown to Poor Farm as a
County Charge approved.
Bills of AI. K. Gage and five others
against the Co. not allowed.
John Bowers Co, Treas. $ 85.84
J H Wann, Assessor 248.00
J S Sullivan, Justices fees 24.50
J Woodward ,. 25.80
G D Barnard & Co supplies 44.5o
G B Barnard & Co ,, <»,40
A H Cummings Juror 27.00
N II Lamb wood 00.00
Lynn Smith lumber 5.50
J C Garber Probate Judge 112.00
Ah Hoe sawing wood 10.00
J M Dorman labor 10.50
1* Toal lime 2.50
C S Gregory Sheriff's hill 007.35
C S Gregory ,, 828,80
C S Gregory prisoners board 2.00
C W Case salary and sundries 301.50
J L Rivers stenographer 177.85
Peter Jansen witness 8.25
T W Nickel ,, 8.75
Mary Reed As'st School ex. 24.00
E C Spedden plat. School Ilist. 75.00
Wm flood sawing wood 15.00
A F Parker printing 25,90
Herrick Viekory wood 8.00
J S Fockler Co. Com. 68.00
Henry Meyers ,, 45.90
The following Co. warrants ordered
paid :
Series 1891, Road Hist. Number
1 $19.00
In the matter of J H vonBargen et
al laid over from July term 1898.
Viewers report accepted- and same
declared a Co. road to lie opened by
June 1, 1894, and warrant drawn on
general road fund in favor of Herman
vonBargen for H -G damages to land.
In the matter of the Viewers re
port made by Jas, Woodward at last
meeting of the Board we find that
G AI Roliertson, Co. Surveyor, acted
with authority.
It is hereby ordered that Henry
Aleyer take charge of the Champion
Road Grader purchased by the Co.
and that application for the use of
same by the road supervisors shall
be made to him.
It is further ordered that no dis
trict is to have the use of this Grader
longer than one week at a time.
There l>eing no further business
the Board adjourned.
Josh. L. Fockler,
Henry Meyer,
Co. Commissioners.
Attest C. W. Case,
Co, Clerk,
By VV. N. Knox, Jr.,
Deputy.
World's Fair$47.60.
Until Oct. 31, the Northern
'acific Railroad Co, will sell re
am trip tickets good to return
Pacific
turn trip tickets go
until Nov. 13, for the very low
1 rate of $47.L0 first class,
W. E. SmiT.v, Agent,
Uniontown. Wash
W. E. Graham,
I Dealer in fürnture and undeftak
er's supplies. Specia 1 attention
givento undertaking and em
balming. 1 have the finest and
cheapest, and will not be under
sold by anybody. Three doors
I west of the post office. Gr.'.nge
I ville, Idaho.
| COTTON WOO D,
IDAHO,
is situated at the en*
traneé to CAMAS PRAI
RIE, the most beautiful
and productive part of
| IDAHO.
. The future me
TROPOLIS OF IDAHO
'COUNTY.
Those desiring No locate where
homes are cheap and land is fertile,
wdwtd do well to correspond with
fafavîfa
JERSEY HOUSE.!
; .
---o'.Olo- —
J\9 EpWaRds, Proprietor.
|aÖOD
Connected With t>We House,
IGrsmjfe ville. id«ho
ml
rTLA N I)—$21.95.
Uit til Oct. 28 the Northern
Pacific will sell tickets from l n
iontown ,to Portland and return
including a ticket to the Indus
trial Exposition for $21.95.
Tickets will lie sold on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday of each
week.
W. E. Smith, Agent.
Uniontown, Wash.
.h nail
The Traveling Public, and Transient Guesl« Generally, will find |
Superior Accommodations at This Hotel. The Comfort and
Convenience of Guests will be a Principal Consideration
In the Management of this House, am! our i at runs
--will Receive the Worth of their Money.—
, v corn >NW< >< >1 > *
* HOUSE =i- *
j Good Tables, Good Beds,
"Good Treatment," Is Our Motto.
CHA ROES R EASON ABLE
C. B. WOOD, Prop.
JOHN J. PH I LI PI,
TAILOR.
LEWISTON, IDAHO.
SUITS, TO ORDER,....................FROM $20.00 UP.
PANTS, ' " .................... " 6.00 "
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
CLEANING AND REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
J. F. SHELL, Agent, Grangeville, Idaho.
Mt. Idaho Hotel,
GEORGE R. ODLE, Prop.
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GOOD MEALS, GOOD ROOM*, GOOD REDS.
i :
j The 15est of Attentl0n « iven to T ™v*Ws. Cal! and he convinced, J
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IV. ANDERSON,
HOKSESHOEK und BLACKSMITH,
I
: IMsuolTine "W oris, a. Sioeoia.] tv
1 - Jf •
j
All WORK WARRANTED.
Main Street, One door west of King- A Collier's Butcher Shop i
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Milli, I,,:
,0« SPRAGUE WE. J j
3PT ««»KANE, : f : : r WASH ,
Ty pe w riters
UVD OEt'fCE SUPPLIES*
TH lb fa EW YOSl i
I'd 1 '! At' 'G' \V;t i , j
N " h- 1 ''»". N.* Shirt Key.-.. No Old j
"A
n VXlrmai: CiTltoOtK Fit KIN 3
-LjDfnr Wmh* and X„Ah Raho. '
$ SEALS ETC., MADE TO OHIO i
_____
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.LIVERY, FEED AND SALK STABLE,
T ' j a -, ,
i\ j Lo Î
, ^ j 1 ill! 5
, '
] TJRtSÏ' •OI/A-SB R-R-rS ALWAYS oN H;
GOTTONWCXD©
AMfa <* VN FURNISH
ORIVER IF 4>ESIP,E1 ►
Hortes Willed by day rt-Wk at reasnun'ble YaW
-XTTïjSfaEîO.
G. M. Collier.
E. W. King
Kinn; & Collier, Props.
Cottonwood Meat
MARKET.
Beef, mutton, pork
and sausage.
Everv thing in the meat line.
Cottonwood and I'envcr, Idaho.
Northern Pacr
-Is the line bit
To all points South
It is the
DINING CAR
it runs Through Vest
every day in the ;
St. Paul and I
No Change off
< 'a mpoeed of J lining Care n«_
Pullman Drawing Room <{ (
Latest Equipments.
mil 1st Sleeping 1 Cars
Best that cun be oonstru#
in which accommodations u
free and furnished for ho|L
lirst or second-class Tickets^!
Elegant Day Coa
A continuous line con*
with all lines, affording
ami Uninterrupted servicejj
Pullman Sleeper reservations o
secured in advance through
agent of the road, à
Through TicketsJ;^"
America, Cn gland and Europa il
purchased at aby Ticket office off)
Company.
lull infcitruticn ctEctruing
tin 'e of trains, routes and otU,
details furnished on applicaj
tion to any agent, or
-A.. ID. CHARLTO]
Ass't. Gk.nl. PasFKXGER Adi
No. 121 First St., cor. Washing
Portland, Orej
w. Ingram M.A.Crippin F. «y
CAMAS PRAIRIE
SAW, PLANING AND SHINGi
MILL,
jSlILSSLER. INGRAM & (_'
Proprietors
All classes of Rough and bre
Lumber, including Cant Kdgeîl
Grained Flooring on hand. *
Clear 3-inch PICKETS <1.50 per iS
SHINGLES Rift Sawed.
RUSTIC. - - - - IDAHO
]>
ALACENALOOl
ben GERDING,
Proprietor.
Keeps Constantly on Hand the *
Celebrated A No. 1 Ct
WHISKEY
'utter
D
Aise the t l.eiutt Bun's ef Wimtl
LIQUORS A- CIGARS.
r GTT<)XWlMiIR ...... IDAU<K\
ROB'T NUGENT,J
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Proprietor.
^* rw3S ' Bwpiorsaiwi Cigar*
-Ajfter wiVprll is tb. J
I if h
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Beer three drinks for 25 cents,
Beer ; <*r qnart . s .'25-cents.
A lit «t.hrt-vf-t I'D 'cents.
'*
, A!i parties $nddhted Some; I wtfl
Î discount all noi*trtmUi 16 ptf
5 eftnt. for oaalk, and de
j * •<.tton«vi'»aJ.
duct *11 iivtcrest on
ootw Iwskle 1*5
j*er cent
•far
CASH.
< hte floor nTSt iff
A ire ifc \ kadstoneis. «titre.

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