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NEZPERCE. IDAHO, FRIDAY, JUNE 21. 1901. VOL 2 NO 10 •LOO PER YEAR. LISTEN tt u Big Reductions In Ail SUMMER GOODS « Shirt Waists. Your Choice, 70c. At the OLD STORE. T. ORB1SON. J. A. Schultz. O. M. Collins. at BANK OF NEZPERCE. at Nezpercc, Idaho. Will Transact A General Banking Busi ness. J. A. Schultz, Cashier. Cl* Bowlby Pharmacy Kkxpkrck, Idaho. Pvt Dnigs, metftds«, Ptrftatry. Collet «Ml faacy flrfkks, «NI an Drmisis' SaaVks FINE IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIOAKS. Physicians* PrescriptionsCamftolly Prepared . OIMce. Dr K J Webb. SCHOOL SUPPLIES. Best Line of Cigars In Town. r* Sugar, »3 powndn far IMKL Peaches, !Jj?Séi9Llü£ Bulk Pickels, g fcg-CÜS. A FINE LINE OF STRAW AND CRUSH HATS at prices lower than evtr before known in Nczpercc. Paul Johnson. a GRAND CELEBRATION. a* -AT NEZPERCE JULY 4, $200 TO BE GIVEN AWAY. Hone Racing, Bicycle Racine, F«* Races, Sack Races, Base Ball, Indian Races, Dandne See. Grand Theatrical Performance Afternoon and Evenine. Hon. I. N. SMTH, Orator of the Day. Hon. J. F. Ailshle has been invited to be present. i I THE NEWS IN BRIEF. The Wilson Building U being painted : I hi, week j D. W. Rave* «a* an arrival Monday , from leviMou. (.'has. Halm has added a porch to the ; trout of his building. rbsrlss Hutchens made a trip to the Gen esee country this week . Work on the foundation of the Bow I by bonding «as started Wtdneaday. „ ... . . . . , Will Msnlwlckarrived Wedoe-day from Pnllman to remain during lb. •«mmer Oeo. Reamer, representing the t'asfa Hardware, of 1.« vision, was in the city Monday. Mockterand Mocklrr receiftd a ear load of thttdehaker wagons and buggies ben yesterday. Attorney Stearns returned Tuesday from levutMi tu which point be went last week on legal business. The Catholic people «ill soon begin the one ion of s pnnonage on their church property on the hill. Dr. Plummer «eat to I ewiston Saturday to remove bis family trout that point, hav ing decided to locate hare. A. B. Tonne, accompanied by Peter Me Outy are «orklog Ibis territory in the in terests of the Mutual Lila Insurance Oo. Kltle Carter «ill soon begin the election Of a neat little cottage in the eastern part of town to be used by htm et a dwelling house. The many friands of Mr*. Robert Hall nil! ha glad to know that sb^i steadily improving and will no doubt soon regain bar health. Thomas Mock 1er la building aa addition to bis prenant tom Hors building 3Batn. The firm of Parker A Millar, contractors. fasted Mahler by a ire of II to 12. On Batnrday the Hehler team defeated Oeo t-al Ridge by a mors of n to tk Tha North Idaho Corporation board ot tha Christian church wishss'to thank tha and vicinity for the ttons made daring their May ham. W. E. Gregory, of Woodman, Wisconsin, was a visitor to tbs prairie this wash. Mr. Gregory returned in his home la Wtecon* sin tha Ant part of the trpek well mtiafiad with the eonntry and m make thla his totere h ems. Thtr, m a surprise party |fns at th* bout of M. Ul lebet I laM Friday night Tha party »a, in honor of Mai Mitchell. A large crowd of young folk, ware in at tendance and an enjoyable evening va* ■pent by all. Nevada Busby «bo resid'd on this prair ie for a number of yean and «ho moved tu Vineland, Wash., «as a visitor ham this «rek Mr. Bushy hi very eathn siasiie over tue future prospects of his ne« h me. but still thinks Netpsuos prairie one Uy „ . _. Henry Jeffries, e carpenter employed on lb# oompray's build lag , u ban w Uaturdsy »aernoon by the falling o< a plank which struck him across lbs back of tbs hand knocking him of the best countries in the north-west. sense leas. In failing be strnck bis fnœ on some timbers cutting his and braising him more or loss. Ha recovered énoncions nom during tbs afternoon and barring eon sidarabie sore ne-» is all right again. Dsnetad Par Charcb Purpaam. O W. Wiishln ibis «sek deeded lot I. block 42 U> the Met bod.at Ohnrch South, on condition that the church purposes. This lot is situated in be meed for the eastern part of the tunn and an idual location for a house ol worship. The new town of Dublin baa bean laid ont and I« no« only awaiting inhabitants to make it of one towns oo prairie. Thla town is situated abont Sevan miles went on tbs homestead of David Low ry A building 2SnO is now being erected by Tony Launders as a general I tile stört. W. A. Wright will probably asset a large flouring mill here during tha cum Perry Miller, of this ptoos, elected County Commissioner from this diatrisl last toll, surprsrd bit trisods bare by resigning from h*s office last Saturday. Mr. Milter an o ffi a la l tar tha county has given universal sa tieto etson and the well srtehee for the canoty 1 * good Irrsspsc live of party regret to knew et hie deuteten to rutile to private life. ■•tel RmWten ta he fhitaggad. Dr. Shnvtoy will immidtetely begin the mention of a twenty mom addUhm In tha Hetei Pavillton. The pressât building ba lag entirely ton small ka press â t building MiM. itetntng ton » r a n nt bid Ming ou ata l n lng tea rooms. Dr. Bbaatey also oonlemptams building a aunt dwelling house daring the aamator.