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To This Ei'innt ok i mu Nk/pekce • «: —I would like b> t* of l he "Hurultl" of H KKALD-1). ' It f. « tii«* U «he n "pakk" that Its*-» just strttek ti e prairie, t refer u> ill« hat k peddler»! v «ssiiig tha Country Selling ti cks Mint bogie* st price* that would make I lit* !«► al merchants bins.. Tnev -ell back* for »135 00 •l.i.-h ore l«ing «.1.1 every-j allere • V local dealer- for from »100. 00 to »11000. Tiey ».re a cl.», ..(! pe. pie «I». have no inte-esi» in kite Country, pav no taxe- or ti< tm.r, it • nut I.tilo support the m-h-iols or build the roads They are an ini|»»otion on tire public and are as much of a «let-; t lo legitimate bn-ine*» a* the Chinese are to white laUir and should who art rimei be classed wiili tlie "Steel K.mge Fed ! db r»." Intelligent farmer» will ir.ve» ligate the price* of gis.il» with their home merchant» before laùiiic <aken , Local Dkalkk in. Dr Powell report« C. L. Unrli» who, has been seriously ill with the rheu i madam here for the hut lew days, a* much better anil will probably return j to his home tomorrow. Ta a»r Patroas. We wish to announce t>> the public! that we have disposed of our entire stock of merchandise to J A Schul' x and we feet that yon can do no better than by trading with Mr. Schultz. Thanking you all fur past patronage we remain. J. Alles. L. Gordon to be overseer of road, district Xo. 25, vice Lee Luca» re j -c r, ii i - .• signed: F. O. Hanlon lobe justice of the peace for Fletcher pricinCs; A. G. Cross lo be constable of Fletcher precinct. Joc Allen returned Tuesday from a trip lo Lewiston and Moscow. t. e. Cossens > .. Dealer ii . . Cigars, X obacco ' C andics ' 1 fsjuts, Etc. Finest bine of Confections in tbe City. Fruits in Season. CITY BAKERY Lunch counter in connection. Nez peace, Idaho. New Meat Market. I QUINCY BROS Frofrutoo. j Pwh meut*. Sill-.life, l.ird, ... . , . ... 1 ou, * r > ^ ,,on FUt Ewry Frkf* y . ; ^\g2DerCe " — « Idaho. The Badger Store. Bottom Liopped out of Prices. Just received 500 pair» ol SHOES. Large stock of Gale City HATS, at reduced price». Ladies' WAISTS noir at Depot. Will berm exhi bition in a few day». Beet OILCLOTH at 20c. Xo and get price» and HAVE Money. NEZPERCE, | IDAHO. AOWTIOX, NEZPERCI: Is Now on the Market. m, ■ i . r i . This beautiful tract is located „i t eDOU » h to tl j B fau <"'*«' Portion of town for rwidence pur The only tract now on the poses. market. Come »nd look this ad '^Con over and secure you a choice * ot - Will sell you one or a* mmv lots as you wish. Jacob Mow by, Proprietor. - - IDAHO NEZPERCE 1» U. 0 . F* Morning Star Lodge No. 56. of Nczpcrce. Meets every Halurdxy evening Visiting Bros., cordially invited. J. R. Crawford, X. G. R. J- Brown, V'. O. H. M. Jorgin», R.S.