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THE NEZPERCE HERALD.
VOL 2 NO I
NEZPERCE. IDAHO. FRIDAY. APRIL 19. 1901.
•1.00 PER YEAR.
Special Sale <■<
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FINE CROCKERY
THIS WEEK.
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CIk Bowlby Pharmacy
Nkxpkbi'R, Idaho.
Parc Drags, mcgklacs. Perfamcry. ColMf aa i
yaacy HrHdM. aaä «H Dragglsfs ^Saagrks
PINKIMPtMtTXDaKO DOMESTIC CIOAKH.
1'byslri*»«' Prescription* fsrefolly Prepared . Office, Dr B J Webb.
SCHOOL SUPPLIER.
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Best Line of Cifars In Town.
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GROCERIES,
HATS AND
SHOES.
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Prie«« the Lo vest.
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THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Be*. Maigsnt and wife are in town
tbia werk.
A !>■•« line of rng< to <le claiaed out
at M— klar and Parker'«.
Tbe aifr ..f H. L. McCay ia seriously
til lilt, arrk,
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>rl«on rarriea a full line of prepared
paint«, trad, oil, color anal 4r.
O H, Ma tin of Muhter wa « in town
Monday.
Work w«* reaumeo on Hie library
buHaling Tueaday.
Peter Dnaeltamp returned from
Uawiim rtaturday.
E. L Parker wa* in Lr-wulon on
tauaauraa till« week.
J. if. Kednian, of Fletcher wa« do
ing lau.me-a in town Mutid.y.
lfou«e lor rent, (or particular* en
quire at Herald office,
C. B. lilawart wilt erect a grist mill
al W» alia ke this spring.
Preaiaiena McKinley will «pend Mun
day May 26th in 8p»k«nr.
Tbe family of John Graham mured
into tbeir new honae Tueaday.
Hu-pin Badger made the trip to
Lrtwiatoo for freight tin. week:
Dr. Coburn i* building a new fence
around hi. property on Maple Street.
A baud* une two »tory business
Ini I Id mg will be elected here next
mon Hi,
WAUitt Lawrence i* seriouslv ill thin
werk being ihmatoued wiili a» AtUck
of lAtseumt'iiU.
R. 8. Erb representing the Ca*h
Hardware Co. «aa doing business iu
town Wednesday.
Ed Wilson improved hi« town prop
erty ihi« week by enclosing it with his
new patent picketJeinx?.
Get your squirrel poison al De
Momie A Son's Ding nl.,ie Phosphor
ous 60c a tail tie «trycbliuW f 1 23 an • >*.
A. M. Fie teller made a trip to Kam
■ah Monday bringing up another load
of supplias lor bia paint aud mi »tore
beta.
Partie* went here Monday looking
over tii« town for* location for an im
plement hou-e, which they propose to
put in immediately.
Parker A Muckier have enmule a
large »lock of furniture, carpet«, lino
liu.it and every thing necessary iu up
to-date house keeping.
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If yon have any stock to pasture sec
Jessie E. J •-fieri*, 6} mi. north-east of
town. G*md grass and water, good
fence* and price« reasonable.
Alexander Martin,of Dayton, bought
a (arm ne«r Mubler last week. Mr.
Martin used to he one ot the biggest
farmei* in the Pelouse country.
Charles Pomeroy i* again handling
the rein* on U»e Kamiah-Netpcrce
stage line, alter an enforced absence
of several weeks on account of health.
Rich gold striaee have been made
in the while pine district of the Pot.
latch and rou«Uerablc excitement bae
recalled in Lewiston and nearby town*
The Nesiwroe Library Dramatic Club
will meet Tueaday night. The meeting
is celled lor tbe mn
dram* to bo given oy
inly 4th for the benefit of the Free
Publie Library.
rpose of «siting a
the metnbora on
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J. M. NtUtii «ill immediately begin
til- roiuirurtioB of mi addition to tail
present ku.mnM la<-iiili<M rtf » «in
inxi«e 24 kv 60 (ml I tit« bring neces
-*ry t-i mrrl tlie growing demand of
bia trade.
Tiie mualer rolla of the new militia
coaa<l>aiiy lia* natw reaelied 40 mem -
her*. Timer wishing to join should
»»mediately aend in tlteir name*, aa
me roll, will ..elramtio to the
I «aljlt.au general
Wagae Par Sal*
A good KiiaulorU wagon cheap. For
nfonnation enquire at u.ia office.
You can di«is*Ni of y.eir wheat by
calling on J T. Urtesuu
100 acre farm for «*« at a bargain.
W. J. Bauer,
_ Rlls-eil, Idaho.
J. 8. Tyler and ». E. Warren, eiligen*
of Fletcher were in town Tueaday.
Fie teuer pm. <ae« tocrlebreie the glor
lou« 4tu of Julv and tbeae gentlemen
are anxiona that tbe cilitena of Nrr
peroe and adj lining towoa «hall join
with them and fittingly celebrate tbe
day.
fa k qrt Qautcra.
Joseph Schult» tin« week purr baaed
*** •bo-k of geruHal merci.., tuiae
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the aame into hi. atom building on
the noroer. Mr. Shutia will ahurily
begin the erecifon of a two etury annex
u> hi* pre«c;it quarter* to aconmmo
d« '•*»*• »*•* wing trade. In addition
w ***** « Urge »lore House for tbe
bendlmf of gr*«n.
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and ha. moved
Ed Ctwrin met with a Htrious acci
dent while at the home of Peter De
«,-hatnp l«et Sunday night. He fell
while attempting to step from the
porch onto the ground below «tricking
o" hi* right aide and breaking tbe
floating rib near the hack bone. He
w»* bn.oglu to town and Dr. Webb
wa* called in to attend tbe injured
man. He dressed the wound and the
patient i* now resting aa comfortable
a« possible.
Weedewa Serial.
The Modern Woodmen «»f America
gave a social last Saturday night at
the school house, in honor of Mrs. Ida
Hamblen, Deputy Supreme Oracle of
the stale of Oregon. A large crowd
wa« present and ail thoroughly en
joyed them«elvr*. Mr*. Hamblen de
livered a lecture on the benefit« of
Royal Neighbor'* organisation. The
talk was huh pleasing and instructive.
The following program waa
derod:
I— Selection by the hand.
t — Song by the Woodmen; Opening
Ode.
5— Addles* of Welcome, Dr. Lewi*.
4—Bong, Pearl Wilson.
5— Ode, by Woodmen.
6— Recitation, Mina Morris.
7— Recitation, Mise Deerhamp.
8— Hong, by tbe Mieses Morris.
9— Adeem, 8. Badger.
10— Mu«ie by Orchestra.
II— Address, Kpb Nelson.
IS—Mu«ic by Orchestra.
IS—Address by Mrs. Hamblen.
At Um conclusion of the program
elegant lunch was served After
the lunch the voting of the cake to
the hnodcomcct man in Nasparoc took
plaça. Dr. Lewis «as a hot favorite
front. Um start and woo in splendid
style over a field composed Ol soma of
the boat lookers in town.
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