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# Eighth Year. COTTONWOOD, IDAHO COUNTY, IDAHO' DR® GOODS. ''•jU *<. ». x^n ~ \, 4 PJ =3 B S' CD GET GOIvÖSTONB Gfn If FC all General F PURCHASING LATEST STYLE SIN FOOTWEAR, &2*M e ELSEWHERE fW&avr n i^oo GLEANINGS. A. R. Simpson was down from Westlake, last week. Forsmann and Winklern an have an ad in this issue. The democratic county central committee meets at Grangeville Oil the 15th. .1. W. Reid the Forest merchant Vras in town Monday and Tuesday on business. j The Heartburg brothers have sold their farm, and Jwill now soon i tnove to California. | The little daughter of Mr. and j Mrs. G. W. L<?ng is now slowly itn proving, after a long illness. Indian Agent Strabahan, of Lap wai, and attorney CPNeill of Lewis ton were in town several days last week. W anted.— A first class black smith at Forest Idaho. For further particulars enquire of J. W. Reid, of Forest. 33tf. Everyone knowing themselves to be in arrears on subscription will please settle this fall. If you bân not pay with this harvest; you hever can; Our School Opened up Monday rooming with a good attendance, Miss Kincaid will nbt arrive un til next week, Miss Lelia McGuire is teaching in her placé. Ask Jones has purchased the house formerly owned by Price Vandell; and has fitted up and moved his family into it. Mr. Joiids is taking advantage of our school: T. J. Yandell and daughters, Rose and Mrs. Ohesley George, left sever al days ago for California by wa gon, they go for the benefit of Mr. Yandell 's health: Prosecuting attorney Scales and Sheriff McLean stopped oyer Wed nesday night on their way to West lake to prosecute the base of thë state v s W. F. Ek&tmah et al, for horse stealing. The Hon. D. W. Standrod, Re publican candidate for governor, and the Hoh. P. M. Bruner, of Hail ey Idaho, aided by local speakers will address the voters of Cotton wood and vicinity, on Tuesday even ing September -18th, at 7:30., in Odd Fellows hall. Everybody in vited. Active operât'onè have commenc ed on the P. and I. N., railroad and twenty five miles will be spedily bonstiucted, from Cambridge to Council. The next move will be to cross the divide and then come down thfe little Salmon to the main Salmon; bpéning tip a vast and rich mineral region and thence tapping the Prairie and uniting with the O. R. <fc N., and opening up a coun try of grktld and unlimited resour ces. An important suit was filed in the district court at Mt.Idaho last Saturday by the law firm of Dan ford & Tweedy of this City as attor neys for the plaintiff. The case is entitled "Florence Yoqtag vs Frank McGrane, Thomas McGrane and H. Serin," and thé jilaintiff seeks to secure a judgment for $6980 a gainst the defendants. The com plaint alleges that thè plaintiff is the wife Bért Rigley Young and that she had deposited In a Orange ville bank subject to Young's Check k sum ot Dabney to be used foi min ing purposes. The sum of $t>980, she alleges, was won by the defend ants from Young io a gambling a une at Qrangeyille on k or about August 26th last and that Young v is in an intoxicated condition During the progress,.of the allegèd g '.me. Beit Rigley Yohng was one the original discoverers and ven r of the famous Big Buffalo mine the Buffalo Hump district.— wieton Tribune; Just as we go to press we learn that the residence of James Howell / was destroyed by fire. , j The population estimates of a few : days ago have been revised, the ! Boise Statesman now finding them | to be by counties as follows: Ada, 11,100; Bannock, ll,9Cro; Bear Lake, 7,700; Bingham, 10,500; Boise, 4,- j 000; Blaine. 4,800; Canyon, 8.200; Cassia, 3,500j Custer, 2,000; Elmore, 2,600; Fremont, 12,250; Idaho, 5,- ; 500; Kootenai, 9,500; Latah, 13,250; Lèmhi, 3,400; Lincoln, 1,800; Nez i I Perce, 13,700; Oneida, 9,000- Owy hee, 4,000; Shoshone, 12,000; Wash* ington, 6,700. Total fof the 6tate, 160)100. ; Ed. Gilliean, an old timer, who I has made a valuable location on Thunder mountain, came in Friday ! last, for f, m. oniu«£ I last for a short stay. Mr. Gilligan is very much pleased with the pros pects for that section, especially so since learning of the sale of the Cas well brothers claim, which joins his, for the sum of $100,000. and the purchasers to build a wagon road into the mines from Bear val ley. Mr. Gilligan will outfit here and soon return to his claim, for the winter. 1)IED. Mrs. Corcoran, mother of Mrs. George Stubers, on Thursday even ing, at her home, near 1 this place, of paralysis. Funeral \Vill be held this morning at the Catholic church. Mrs. B. C. Wiltse, of Grangeville; wife of the proprietor of the Wiltse house, died on Monday foorning last, and her remains were taken to Michigan for interment. Mrs. J. W. Bonébrake, of Grange ville, died on Thursday August 3Ö; of partial paralysis, she had been a suffer for 15 year6. She leaves a devoted husband dnd two sons to tnoürn their sad loss. Üniversity of Idaho Announce ment; To The Citizens Of Idaho: The 9th session of the University bf Idaho at Moscow, will open Mon day, Sept. 20, with a full faculty and every provision for the welfare and kdvancem.ent of students, male and female. The uhiyersity has an annual en dowment of $51,000, of which $45, 000 is derived from federal funds; and as this liberal revenue is equal to that of sôrne of the most noted private institutions, it can be seen the university is in a position to render the very highest educational service to the youth of Idaho. Re cently the faculty has been strength ened bv finished special educators from the greatest institutions of j learnihg in the east and,abroad. Thé j buildings are noble and impressive; • the site hbalthful and lovely, the j environment itself instructive and i refining. All that ekrnest and able hands can do to make the univer- | sity a sohree of strength and educa ... , . I t.on to the state has bfeen done oriS ; being done; and the people aft in-| vited to use its benefits, which are I conferred without price, and assist j in spreading its benign usefulness | throughout the state. j Besides giving full courses and i conferring degrees in the vkrious , departments of the libéral arté, the University also .gives complete in struction in civil engifaeering, min ing and metallurgy, scientific agri culture; Stock breeding, dairying; horticulture, Horticulture and in the atendent industries upon which the productive life of this particu lar state is founded and which can! not possibly be attained elsewhere in their direct application to local conditions. * * The total living expenses need not exceed $3.00 per week. For cat alogue and full or special informa tion address. The Registrar, University of Ida hot Moscow) Idaho: PU H L1C SALE / T „,:n „„11 t ivr nni i , 1 wl11 sel1 J - JI - Willenborg s j place one mile east of (xreencreek, : all of my household and other goods ! as follows: 1 hack, 1 top-buggy, 2 | single harness, 1 garden plow, 1 cultivator, 1 burglar and fire-proof safe, also garden tools. j 1 dresser with fine French-plate '»bevel glass, 1 bureau, 1 sett uphol stered chairs, 1 Sett cane chairs, 1 ; bed lounge, 1 wardrobe, 2 glasB front kitchen cupboards, 2 bedsteads, 1 i also dishes I goods. ; and good aB (few. Also sil vet 1 knives I for ™ 8 a ", d 8poo £ 8 ' w „ . , , «JuTÄ' New ' Fo ' m f la . hd a !\ d ! 8t ;^ r,lard ; nnxea, will also be sold, I pf™ 8 of *»«0 0ne years time will be given on ail ams ever $5 feather bed, 1 cook stove, 2 heaters, j and other household , . „ ... ... • u . i . ! AH funnture is first class walnut, J on well secured notes, notes to bear 6 per cent interest until due, and then if not paid to bear 10 per cent from date. Sale to take place on September 15, 1900) at 10 o'clock A. M. B. H. WlLI.BNBORG. ; Big lot of cheap tablets just re cieved at the poStoffice. XT COTTONWOOD The Center of the Agricultural, Minéral, Timber and Stodk resources of Idaho County. DÆeiri in looking oVBr the ebuntrÿ is kt once impressed with the advantageous location of Cottonwood ufi a center of the great resources of this ndw famous region, and he will Wonder if there is another Spot oh earth So highly fkvored. This Wbnder is Caused by what appeals to his ideas of what a country) possessing all of the natural advantages, should he. His vision etlcdmpaSs es such a pahorama df nature® riches as Would cause the home seeker to cease his Search for ati ideal land, believing that he has fotind the realisation of all that be has hoped for-of sechring all the advantages) and more, than is found ih any other sjjot oh this mun dane sphefe. Here hi 1 finds a soil marvelous for its richness and wearing qualities, yielding a prolific rettirn for the husbandman's efforts; a climate unsurpassed for its health-giving properties, a generous rainfall, beauti ful, bright and sunny spring, summer and autumn day« A Sufficient amount of water, cold, Sparkling and pure, vast forests of excellent timber, and unsur passed mtheral resources. One rnüst bëhold the heau ties of its natural advantages in order to grasp the full import. Of this region, COTTONWOOD is the CEN TER and natural distributing point: All Inquiries Should Bé Ad dressed To The REPORT, | ..... , , , • , , , I All kinds of rough ;!nd dressed ! ; i umfj et. including floor'hg and rus tic wil 1 bb Bold at the following I price8 fot th „ next ,, 0 dav8 only * j t0 make roo r ta for oUr n ; xt ruu . : | Commoli rough, $7 to $8; flooring i j and rus titi, $17. We guarantee our i i um ber to he as good as an "in , Idaho J0Uhtv and oui . mill ; 8 only f our and db e-half miles from Cot tonwood. We also deliver lumber to any fîilrt of Câmas prairie. Yours for business, Bradford & Wise. i To Gotisnmers df Fruit. I have Apples, Peaches, Plumss j and Prunes which 1 will sell at Ve- , ry reasonable figure®. Leave orders kt Goldstone's and 1 will fill them promptly. Auguet Jorgenson, j Fruit farm 2^ miles south of Cot- j tottwohd;— «9 tf: Imperial Fire Insurance Com pany, London, England. S. R. Libby has secured the agency of this old and r> 1 ial 'e '■< pany and is prepared to i ; your property. LinftY the .Iewelek Ben Bwgçrhas now .on-^Rand all kinds of rusncTfl a wi tfiu i oiling »*4 dimension lumber. Nice books fot birthday presents j at the postoftice, very cheap. , ... _ ~ , , . , We can find a btiyer for your ! farm. List it with us. J Cam as PhaiIOk Real Estate Age* cy. Report office. A fihe line of Denison's, tissue paper both plain and creppe, at the postoffice Congests and other land business trahsketed at REPORT office. Pteachlfig at the M.. E., chtifch eVhrjVsecond and fotirth Sunday at 11. a. m. Mrs Luella Smith. For Sale^old papers) 50 cents per hundred at Report office: Paper: envelopes, Iriks ttnd p^sna kt the jdktiö Drug store. m n r -7iU wiiw are : ! s . . ... . , , Sj, 1 Advertts ' n g ». «et a $ i rather an ecOnormc business * y proposition, recognized by all the g] : £ best and moît sucCessfu men 8 i Ä the * orld over « i PARLORS j , j j Ladies Hair-Dressing A. SPECIALTY, Al', JLMXft^tue Pitortuftm All manner of conveyancing at the Report office. Denver Flour Mills I. PARKER Prop. Manufacturer Of "Denver , Plansifter Flour" This flour has a reptitation second to nahe, and will please you With a white, light bread ot pastry. Try It Denver Idaho. ÇBen Borger wishes to announce tcKthö public that he is nost-pfP paréflstp furnish all kimje^nhistio, flooring,'^ceUijyg^'ffnishing and rough lumh^ES»ffmtT>4kiy I'na very best IxixjjrffT Call and geUfrrwes and^ffiok over stock; 1 can suit yd lu üb to qhallty atid • price. Ben Botger. Gd to the Idaho dtug store for bool sunlpties. fichool supplies -r m IMfïïLiES TUEEKrT Wo- S«4= Meets in Maccabee Hall evèry Saturday at 7 o'clodk P. M. All Sir Knights ate cdfdially Invi ted to attend. E. Jôsi.iN) Sir KT Coin. R. TriuTt, Sir KT R: K. Thi»ORi»Eit furnishes Safe and chdap Insurance to its members. DO YOU WANT A HAR NESS I have opened a har ness and repair shop in Cottonwood, and äs I will tarry only the best material, and do guaranteed work, I ask a share of your patronage; YOURS FOR BUSINESS, Otto kaesemeyer CO+TONWOOb IDAHO. For Sale. 1 BO acres of fine farming land, situated about 4 miles east and 3 miles south of Cottonwood. Will be sold at a bargain. Enquire at this office. WANTED. Eive hundred men to unload schooners, at fivecents per schobner, at the Elite Sftlobm' DON'T YOU It \> ill Pay You To Trade not ask a big profit, I will with my patrons. YOURS TRULY W. n. THOM ne MORROW TLl© What jrott want la high tntoea. , Our field la nmt. Our ootleotlofi enor mous. Oar profita lUflèMte. Our prloea high. Our return* Immediate. FURS WRITE FOR O Ship to likadquartera WÖ own the n, ■ ■' " 'M*" . ■ Sheepskin Tannery. 3.000 Pelt« per day. WRITE FOR OUR aÉÉww i»# vuTar Here yon t*©celv© prices that àré prioaa. BKCIHTT: Direct ship menti. No Again*' etpenaea. Éract «election. Imme diate ratura«. Rope* and tkge to «hipper« fine. WOOL TALLOW, GIN iNconeoMTcé C 8 TABUSHED 1 BTT. / ï Vf McMillan Fur & Wool tue casters Io JM. MeMtLUN A CO., Im. 200 -212 First Ave .Jf,_ MIN I WRITE FOR OUR CIRCULAR AND SHIP US YOUR LUMBER I have on hand all kinds of rough her, usually kept in a mill-yard, and will saw to order any and all bills ordered. Delivered at an* poillt until July it ALL ORDERS LEFT WITbT ROOKE WILL RECIEYE PROMPT TENTIOJL A. I*. TEUFT Mill 14 Mités West of Keuterville. T HE 6« J* T. H A HORHES BOAKDKD BY TiAe Cottonwood A.