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NEZPERCE, IDAHO. FRIDAY. JULY 26. 1901.
VOL 2. NO 10
SLOO PER YEAR.
SPECIAL BARGAINS
FOR
HARVEST SUPPLIES.
At the OLD STORE.
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J. T. ORBISON.
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J. A. Schultz.
O. M Collins.
at BANK OF NEZPERCE. at
Nezperce, Idaho.
Will Transact A General Banking Business.
J. A. Schultz, Cashier.
CIk Bowlby Pharmacy
N expense, Idaho.
Pvt Drags, RMktats, Pcrfarntry, taint «Ml
faacy Jlrtkfct. «Mi all DragHsts' Saatfrtts
FINS IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC t'lGARH.
Physicians' Pre*eHpUon*« ar»fully Prepared. Olttee, Dr E J Webb.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
Best Lise of Cigars In Town.
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For Cash.
Sugar, 15 pound* for $l.°°.
Evap'd Peaches, 22 pound* far » 1 . 00 .
Evap'd Apples, a>pound»'" 1.00
XaUe FfUft, fa*« quality, 2 l-2 p*nd can 20c
Boy», w* can save you money on Harvest Gloves.
Wa have a complete Une.
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Johnson & Winder.
Hay haven ii now ander way in lbs
Irction.
Mia* Harriet Bowlhy i* os ill« sick
list Ihia week.
J. A. Cram, of W«i lake, vat a visitor
in oor town y e* emay
Ben Traînai and family of Peek visited
in town over Minds?.
Kewember Nelson aella Twine. Oi'.
Paint*. < ore Leather Etc.
J. B. MeBae departed Wednesday morn
ing for a pleasure trip up the I tear* star
' A v Fhftcher mad« a business trip to
j Spokane tin* week.
Davis A Thom*, sold on*
{cioard (even deal* in city property Ian
THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
farm and i
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i j Ormo Strong rrprasenting I be New West
. j Tr*de of Knokaoe, was doing bust nets in
[ ' the city Wednesday.
ill AW. Con« ay accompanied by Thomas
r j Brewer of the Bank of lieoeaea visited Net
J 1 perce and the adjacent country Tuesday.
Dr. 11*11 I* erecting a building on
j the lot recently purchased by him to
„ ; as an office.
Tb* South African Water bag trill keep
• water cool eii day, Hold* 1 ". gallons
i Call at Nelson's and tee it.
J Tli« M-diler bulge I. O 0. F. goes to
iOmflno Augu-t 3-d. to institute a
j l-«dg« »I that place
It. C. ilywaters bought 25 bead of
fat hog* Wednesday paying therefor
$4 50 |*o hundred.
j Mr*. Spangler, mother of Mrs. Wt'
j »on Bowlby returned Tuesday lo lier
j (tome in Forest flmve Oregon.
P. B. Dean ol Mobler 1 'ft Monday
for Hpoksne and other northern point*
relax«« to Iniaine»» mallets.
I Davis ft Thomas would like lo see all
j people that waul ti secure a loan of money
and promise id give the best of terms pos
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Mr. and Mr*. J. T, Orbison returned
Tuesday evening fh m an extended visit u> j
Lewiston. Spokane and Couer d'Alene j
points.
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Judge 0. W, Mesrnt is now located in
the Hood building with A. Fletcher where j
ha may b» found in the future by any on*
desiring bis servies*.
Wm De-Champs came over from
Colfax Friday lo attend lo butines«
matter* connected with the new liv
ery bsru hem.
Plie Hardwood Creamery Co. take«
charge of the Mobler Creamery Plant
Oil* week, it having e lease on said
plant for a period of three years.
• it" old building occupied by the
Maltoon sister« as a dressmaking shop
ha* been moved over on Oak street
next lo Judge Crawford's residence.
Dr. Hliawley began the erection
Thursday of a twenty room addition
to hi* present hotel building.
Trulton !■«* charge of the work.
C. W. Pelt, of Hi. Joe, Mo., i« in
town at preaent looking over iba
ground arith a view of locating brie a
general met chaud iae on a large -scale
Wirk Carter soltl 14 head of (wo
year old steer* Wednesday to P. W.
Steven«, ol Wallace,
shipped immediately to (be Cotter it'
A lane country for bu tellers' stock.
Ben
They will he
j O W Pcsr-on«, formerly o' lirsn|f«-vill*,
j B«*«l Willi bi* family into town Monday.
I Mr Pwr « parehawd ■ lot from Carl
{ Dari* and will immediately begin the rm
. ti*m of a iwidmce
*-norite Fucn* reports a fine flow ol water
struck on hi* premises two mile* north of
town aa the result of a few hours d boring.
This well I- only tune feet deep yet aimn
dunes of water i* promised the year round.
Mr*. R C. Byw«ters, arroinpained
by Clyde Prioe left Wednesday morn
ing lor Patou*« Ci'y for a few weeks
vi«tl She will also visit other pointa
tu the Palouse country.
An auction sale will be held Monday,
Aug. 6th at the home of John Carter 8
mile* northwest of town, consisting of
horse*, enws, hog*. chickens, implements,
A free lun h will be
household goods etc
served at noon. Everybody invited lo at
tend
G. 0. Davis, formerly of Johnston,
Wash , has entered into a partnership
with S. J. Doggett in blacksniitfaing
and wsgoo work trade here,
via is a thoroughly competent man in
his line and will have charge of the
Mr. Da
They will move into their new quar
ters a* soon a* their building is com
pleted. This change being made nec
essary lo meet the growing demands
of burin«-«*.
Hon. P .M. Dsvis and wife of B >i«e
City spent Monday iu town visiting
their many friends here. Mr. Dana
I* widely known in tin* section, hav
ing engaged in lltr general merctian
dim businea* in Lapwai for a number
of years. His pry-scut position of slate
Insurance Inspector bring* him into
contact with all part* of the state.
He report* general proeperity through
all section«, espedcially in the north.
Mr. and Mrs. Davie left Monday morn
ing for Greer, Idaho, at which point
they took the train fur la-wiston and
Boise.
fampll r.
A camping party composed of Mrs. and
Mia* Powell, Bert Nelson and sister ZelJa.
Geo. Johnson and Mrs. Clark Harding left
j week's outing at this delightful summer
I resort.
LUST.
I'elvrcen Col ton wood and Nasperoc any
number of bate, raps, coats, vests, rcpaia
Uona and any old thing in the way of a
Sunday school character. The finder wtl)
p'eas* return these goods to tbs man .who
can't speak above a whisper,
several of him.
Thar* are
V Iaido, Waadmao.
A party ot Modern Woodmen from
Denver computed of the following via
ited the ramp here last Saturday:
Frank Risley and wife, Henry Rowe
and wife, Isaac Owen and Herahal
Jehner, A. Payant, J. J. Pul«* Tom
Luther, Ranee Bowmen and wife, E.
Wann, Dave Yatea and wife and Jor
genson.
Ludwig Miillerleiln will open up in
about two week* time, a racket «torn
iu the new building recently erected
by him on Maple at reel. The build
ing I» 22x41 and in handsomely pa
pered throughout. Mr. MiillnHnile ia
experienced along the linns of general
merchandising, having hod experience
in tli is country oa w«U a* Germany.

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