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that Pays for Itself! IT'S THE Uw"5tay S&ttsfoctory'R&ng*. t m Built air tight with rivets—not fastened together with stove bolts and plastered up with stove putty. If ranges aren't suppo s e d to be air-tight, why are the seams and joints of the com mon steel range plastered up with stove put t y ? Ask this of the man who tries to sell you a grey iron and steel range. Everyone who has ever used this kind of range knows how these puttied seams open up, how the range requires more and more fuel ev'ery month it is burned, and the worst of it is, the more fuel it uses, the harder it is to get good results. What a contrast to the Monarch—built permanently air-tight by hand riveting its heaVy steel plates to the Malleable Iron frames. It does its work just as promptly, with just as little fuel after many years as when new. As stove dealers of long experience we know that the Monarch saves the fuel that is wasted by other ranges. Give us a chance to convince YOU that The Monarch Range Actually Pays for Itself! COTTONWOOD HARDWARE & IMPLEMENT CO. LTD. 7 _ New Furniture Store. Our new Furniture Store, located in the Creelman building, is now open and we invite the people of Cotton wood and vicinity to call and inspect the largest and best assortment of furniture ever shown on Camas Prairie. 3-FULL CARLOAD5-3 Of furniture have been received by us, the same ranging in quality from the finest Golden and Weathered Oak, in Mission or Shaped pattern, down through the Maple, Elm and intermediate grades, to the cheaper grades usually handled by the small dealers. We also have a big line of Beds, Springs, Mattresses, Couches, Linoleum, Window Shades, in fact, everything to furnish your house from top to bottom. Our goods were purchased RIGHT, in carload quantities and our prices are as low as the quality of goods will permit Call in and see us and get acquainted. Bailor Sc McDonald. UNDERTAKING PARLORS IN CONNECTION. COTTONWOOD, IDAHO. Overland Eivery Stables W. >£. BUNNELL, Proprietor. Stock Boarded by Day, Week or Month at most Reasonable Rates. Prompt and Careful Attention Given to all Rigs and Teams Left in our Charge. gtt" Fanners, especially, are requested to stable and feed their teams at this bam when in town. The Inland ABSTRACT & INVESTMENT Co., Limited. BONDED ABSTRACTERS. Abstracts of Real Estate and Mining Property Furnished on Short Notice. J. A. BRADBURY, Grangeville, Sec. & Idaho. _L Mgr. Pete, the Plumb= er & Tinner. Sanitary Plumbing - a Specialty. All Kinds of Pipe and Fittings in Stock. Located Next Door to Cottonwood Meat Market. Estray Notice. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has taken up the following described estray ani mal this 15th day of January. 1909, under the estray laws passed and approved on the 16th day of March. 1907. to-wit: One 2-year old Hereford bull, light red color, white face and while legs, no brands visible, marked with small swallow fork in right ear. Said animal will he sold at the Win. Bruner farm 4 miles north of Cottonwood. Idaho, at 1 o'clock P. M. on Monday. March 1st, 1909, unless the owner redeems same by proving property and paying all charges. Dated February 1st, 1909. W. H. Eller Constable Cottonwood Precinct. WE WANT CREAM! If you have cream to sell I bring it to us and get the highest market price. Don't make butter when you can sell your cream for more. COMMERCIAL CREAM CO. Station at Wright's Planing Mill. 17 JEWELED WATCH REPAIRING AND CLEANING A SPECIALTY. JEWELRY REPAIRING DQNE. , A Full Line Of WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE & OP TICAL GOODS. Phonographs & Records in Stock. S. R. BUTLER, Jeweler. Dr. King Next Date at Drug Store, February 27, 1909. By our new system of treat ment of muscles with glasses we cure Nervousness, Epilepsy, Cho rea, Ricketts, St. Vitus Dance, Painful Mensturation, Insomnia, Bed Wetting in Children. We Straighten Cross-eyes. THE KING CO., Spokane. Ray Nims was visitor this week. a 'Lewiston FERDINAND FINDINGS. Mrs. Minta Zinn is in Grange vilb taking medical treatment. Mrs. S. Jones, who has been quite sick lately, is convalescing. Mr. Jos. Haener, of Cotton wood, is visiting his son, Emile Haener. The M. W. A. lodge will give a big dance in the Ferdinand hgll Friday eve. ?: Mrs. De Partee, of Grangc ville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Clyde Manring. ' Shipments of grain and hay continue slow on account of the scarcity of cars. Mrs. R. S. Lloyd returned last Sunday from a visit to Spokane and Palouse City. The Farmers Educational Union held a meeting Saturday which was well attended. J. H. Nuxoll and family, of Greencreek, visited the J. A. Bushue family Monday. Quite a lot of hay is being de livered at the warehouses here from the country south of West lake. M. 0.,Rank, the general sales man of thelSpokane Dry Goods Co., was doing business here last Monday. C. A. Hanson is putting up a building on west Main stréet to be occupied as a dwelling and millinery store. Our enterprising merchants, j Nau and Staab, received a car load of farm implements and vehicles last week. C. M. Fagan, of Winona, has bought the blacksmith shop of Mr. Terwillegar and moved his family over last week. A petition for a rural mail route has been sent to Washing ton. The same takes in the Dry den and Greencreek countries. To say that the people here are rejoicing over the change in mail service which took place is put ting it mildly. Heretofore Ferdi nand had the slowest mail service of any town on the prairie, but now we are up to date in this respect. The old mail route from Westlake still continues to run and has been extended, to Forest, with Ferdinand as distributing point, A grand wedding took place in the local Catholic church last Monday morning at 8:30, the contracting parties being Mis3 Marie Helm and Henry Herzog. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Helm and is known as a very estimable young lady who has a wide circle of friends. She was very be comingly gowned in a blue silk dress with overlace trimming and the usual wreath and bridal veil, while the groom wore the conventional black suit. The groom is a prosperous young rancher and owns a fine ranch near town and is known as a very industrious and enterprising young man. After the ceremony all repaired to the home of the bride's father where a large number of friends and relatives congregated to participate in the wedding festivities, a All enjoyed i J J big day and departed wishing the happy couple many years of happy wedded life. __1_ ! Two New Drug Stores Coming. From present indications Cot tonwood will soon have two more drug stores. S. R. Libbey, who was engaged in the grocery bus iness untH recently, has rented the Schober building and informs US he will install a complete line of drugs there early next month. Mr Libbey has had considerable experience in the drug business m former years and will no doubt j make a success of his new venture. The third drug store for this place will be started by a gentle ■»». from Cu.de»« who was here ; looking over the field this week, j Just how soon he will start up we j are unable to learn but under Rooke's Dray Line Wm. Rooke, Prop. Draying and Hauling of all kinds done on short notice, Day or Night. Household Goods Moved Promptly and Carefully. WOOD SOLD AND DELIVERED. Phone Main 65, or see Deardorff or Alexander. WITH EVERY SACK OF Princess Hour Goes our guarantee of qual ity. Made from the pick of plump, healthy Bluestem and Turkey Red wheat and milled under conditions of absolute cleanliness, it makes the sweetest and most nutritious loaf of bread that ever came out of the oven. Every Empty Bag Makes a Eine Hand Towel Ask Your Grocer For PRINCESS FLOUR LEWISTON w= MILLING stand that he will locate on the north side of Main street and will be ready for business some time this spring. To the casual ob server it would appear that three drug stores here will be overdo ing the business somewhat but they may perhaps all succeed in doing enough to justify remain ing. Wife Quickly Follows Husband. Grandma Wasem died Monday at her home near Denver, follow ing the death of her husband by scarcely more than a week. She was ill with pneumonia when her husband passed away and the shock of his death was more than she could stand. She sunk rap idly in spite of all that medical aid could do and soon joined her life companion on that other shore. The funeral was held Wednesday at Denver and was quite largely attended. The sorrowing family has the tender sympathy of the entire community in their double be reavement. A bouncing 10-pound boy ar rived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eller yesterday morn ing and declared his intention of remaining there permanently. All concerned are doing nicely. D. A. McKinley and wife came i U P first of the week from Greer and are visiting with their sons in v i c i n i ty- Mr. McKinley says that there is st jn snow at Greer from the storm before the cold ! weather but that, the cold was not as intense there as at other points and the orchards were not damaged at all. County Auditor J. I. Overman was in the city Tuesday from Grangeville and called in to ad vance his subscription another year. While in the city Mr. Overman disposed of one of his farms north of town to J. E. Gentry, the con sidération being $35 aii acre for the 180 acres, or $6300. He still re tains 160 acres here and says he -j» j conta i ns about 135 acres of fine f arm ing land, the balance being pasture land. The fences and buildings on the place are ill rather ; j- Mr. Gew j ^ r y wina k e of it one of the best j farms in this part of the county in a few years. —FOR— Portraits, • Viewing, Enlarging, And Finishing Work lor Amateurs, call on the Cottage Studio, Miss Ethel Sherry,. Prop. Estray Notice. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned lias taken up the following estray animals this 20 th day of December, 1908, under the estray laws passed mid approved on the 16th dav of March. 1908. lo-wit: One sorrel mnre colt coming 2 years old, no brands One gray mare colt alwut 2 years old. no brands. Said animal will 1* sold at Kcuterville, Idaho, at U) o'clock A. M. on Monday, February 8th, 1909, unless owner redeems same by proving property and paying all charges. Dated December 20th, 1908. ' Mknr.v Boeckman, Constable Keutervi^le Precinct. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S'. I.and office at Lewiston, Idaho, January 12, 1909. Notice is hereby given that HENRY DASKNBRoCk, of Greencreek, Idaho, who, on January 5, 1903 made Homestead Entry No. 9583. Serial No. 01117' for NW). Section 14 Township 32 North, Range 1, East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of inten tion to make Final Five Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described;' before J. M. Wolbert, U. S. Commissioner, at Cottonwood, Idaho, on the 20th day of February, l'J09. Claimant names as witnesses; •• Herman Uhl irtg, of Keuterville, Idaho, Vere Petrrtecard, Clem ens Waldmattti, John Nuxoll, all of Greencreek Idulto. 1—13 T. H. Bartlett, Register. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U.ÿS. Land Office at lycwiston, Idaho, January 28, lyU9. Notice is hertrby «riven that ANTONY FORSMANN, of Greencreek, Idaho, wtio ovù July 18. 1902, made Homestead Entry No. 9298^ Serial No. 01146, for Dots 5, and 6, Section 31, Township 32 North, Range 2 Hast, Boise Meridian, hjts filed notice of intention to maks Final Five Year Proof, to es tablish claim to the land above described, before J. M. Wolbert, U. S. Commissioner, at Cotton wood, Idaho, on the 6th day of March, 1909. Claimant names as witnesses» Henry H. Wass muth, Jr., Nicholas Adehni, George Swartz, Her i Gehriug, all of Greencrcekj Idaho. K-M.ETT, Register. T. H. Baut! NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, $. S. Land Office at Lewiston, Inaho, February Ù19U9. Notice is hereby given that * JOSEPH J. AHLRRS. of Greencreek. Iduho. who* on December 22.1902, made Homestead Entry No. 9SÉB, Serial No. 01151, for Lots 25 and 29, Sec. i*. Lots.*7, 8,9, and 10, Sec tion 25. Township 32. North. Ränge 1 East, Boi^e Meridian, has filed notice 1 jof intention to make Final Five Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before J^*M. Wolbert, U. S. Commissioner, at Cottonwpodt Idaho, on the 20th day of March, 1909. • ■ i Claimant names as witnessed John F. Nuxoll. Anton Nuxoll, John Arnzeu, »Nicholas Schaefer, all of Greencreek, Idaho. " 2—5 T. H. Uahtlett. Register. Miss Paula Hohaus was in town yesterday from Grangeville.