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Nezperce Herald i VOL 2 NO li NEZPERCE. IDAHO. FRIDAY, JUNE 28. 1904. •1.00 PER YEAR. «€«€*€ * * <* €* LISTEN ft u Big Reductions In All SUMMER GOODS Shirt Waists, Your Choice, 70c. At the OLD STORE. J. T. ORBISON. J A. Schultz. O. M Collins. at BANK OF NEZPERCE. at J; Nezperce, Idaho Will Transact A General Banking Business. J. A. Schultz, Cashier Cbc Bowlby Pharmacy Nkspicbcr, (nano. Pire Drag*. nUdkl««, PtffWRff. Colifi «Ml f«acy trucks. «Ml III DrHgUtt' $Mtfrk* Kl\g IMPORTED AND DOMKRTK? ClflARH. l'liT«lr)an>' Prsssriplioas Carsfnlljr Prepared . Ortie». D< K J WrMj SCHOOL SUPPLIES. Best Line of Cigars In Town. WWW t MWWW « nWWW t MW WtWWEWWWtW S»W t|i N W E f| r Sugar, 13 pounds fa r $1.00* Peaches, I jpound s for S LOP. Bulk Pickels, 50c per; sBon. A FINE LINE OF STRAW AND CRUSH HATS at prices lower than ever before known In Nezperce. Paul Johnson. \ * GRAND CELEBRATION.at r —AT— NEZPERCE JULY 4, $200 TO BE GIVEN AWAY. i Horse Racing, Bicycle Racing, Foot Races, Sack Races, Base Pa ll , Indian Races, Dancing See. Grand Theatrical Performance Afternoon and Evening. Hon. I. N. SMTH, Orator of the Day Hon. J. F. Ailshie has been invited to be present. PROGRAM OF THE DAY: I Sunrise Xe*|M»ree Band Mir« Zella Nelson Hon. I. N. Suiilti Orchestra Salute Music (For the Day) Song, Columbia (Ten O'Clock) Quartet and Crowd Rev. Johueon Prayer Reading Dvclaration Oration j InetrumenUtl Music j Song, Star Spangled Banner Quartet Col. W. W. Hammel Mis* Myrtle Harris Matinee (On* O'Ciock) Nesperce Library Dramatic Club. Slow bi cycle race 92 A0 first prise 95.00; second prise. Dance Ticket. Foot, Race, 100 yard* 93.00. Sack Race, 50 yards f2 50. Boys i Race. 1(0 yards. [under 16 years] ;i2.50. Boys' Rsce, [under 10 years] 92.00. , President of the Day Organist Fast bicycle rsce Unique Race, McRea and Black Jefferson Sanford i* now employed by Orawfurd A Devine on the Cole residence J, T. Or bison sad wife left Tuesday morning for a visit to Lewiston and Spokane. Mrs. Arrington and daughter Lillie left Tuesday morning for a week* viail in Kamiah. Bev. Qresnalide and wife returned this week from an overland trip to Wall* Walla. Stephen Badger is improving the front of hi* store building this week with n coat of paint. Mockler A Mockler will shortly be gin the erection of n sixty foot atten tion to their present building on the corner of Osk street and Third Are. « j î Bowman will sell you a saddle and save yon money. : Eagle, prise, Squaw. Girl*' Race, 75 yard«, 92.50. Running broad jump 91 00. Running broad jump 91.00. High kick 91.00. Base I Ball. (Two O'Ciock) 9*25. Bowery Dance Two O'Ciock. HORSE RACKS. 3 O'CLOCK. First race | tuile, first prise 925, second prise 97.50; entrance fee 92. Second race | mile. first prise 910, second prise 94; entrance fee 91.00. \ Third race, aaddie horse* J mile, first prise 95; second prise 92; en S trance fee 50 cent*. Forth race boys' ponies | mile, first prise % 92.50; second prise 91. : Entrance fee 25 cent*. Fifth race [Indiana only) first prise 93; second prise 91. THE GRAND BOWERY DANCE in the evening. A PLAY by the Library Dramat ic Club, under the management of Miss Maud Hamroell, at Wilson'a Hall to coinmenc at 8 o'clock sharp. > Geo. Winder lias purchased two lots near the Harri« residence on the hill east of town and will shortly begin the erection of a sis room residence. J. Townsend, representing the Mo Cormack Harvesting Company acoom pained by Mr. Johnson of Benshaw Bro'a and Co. of Knmiah, are on the prairie this weekin the interests of the Mo Cormack Harvesting Company Wilson Bowlhjr is erecting a build ing this week just east of lbs Adams A Martin building to be used by L. C. Penn as a abort order boose. Mr. Penn expects lobs open lor business Monday and will servo meals at all boors. Charles Nelson and bride arrived hero on lest Friday evening from Al mira, Wash. Mr. Nelson was race nt ly married at Almira, Wash, to Mis* SIB* Kirk of that place.. They will make their home lor lb* present at Kamiah where the groom is employed by the Ketten bach Grain Co.