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NLWS OF OUR NEIGHBORS Bernard Xuxoll of the Green Creek section, came in Saturday on a furlough from camp Justice, Eldred Elliott, a soldier in In ele Sam's army stationed at Camp Justice, Va., was recently discharged and arrived at his home in the Vollmer section last Saturday Lloyd McLean, who has been in the arrav service at Camp Dodge, la., has been discharged THE NEZPEHCE HERALD Thutsday, January 2, 1919. W. P. Conger & P. W. Mltctell Editors and Owners Entered at the Nezperce, Idaho, Post office as Second-Class Mail Matter. Va. The Orofino schools reopened Monday, after an extended vaca tion on account of the flu epi demic. and arrived at his home near Moh 1er last Saturday Orville Bur n,, from the same eamn having beeil dischareed P ' 8 „ -, , , . , — Karl C hYank. the tomb>ione man of this section with hean quarters at Kamiah is adding a II . e ." lbx_t(-foot building and eon siderable improved machinery to his plant. He now employs a t°JT e ot tour to eight men and i> able to furnish a product second 'Ojj none - Wednesday from l ort Sheridan, III. , where he has been attached to the general army hospital. The captain Is imbued with the spirit of the work of the medical department of the army. He is at present attached to the service indefinite leave of absence.— I Winchester Journal.' Miss Norma W T U$on has been spending a good deal of her time| the past few w eeks familiairzing i herself with the duties of County I Superintendent at Xezperee, no \ as to be ready to take charge of, the office January' 1. Miss Mar- j tin, the retiring superintendent, ; will go to Spokane to reside after, she turn* the office over to Mi*, Wilsn.—Kamiah Progress. Cipt John Kelly arrived home on Lose Last Son Mr. and Mrs Waiter Mathews were called upon Tuesday to lost their remaining sou. Clifford, who fell vk-tim to pneumonia follow tug an was taken ill about three we and seemingly to recovery when t set ill and pueumoni His brother Don, } to tète gre aco Winciw-Kier Jourm iction ks [Hi 0W> i 11 ,i !.. oml : m M 0 0 l g 0 r: 0 0 0 0 : 0 0 :♦ 0 0 0 0 i klA* € Ah : I « . 0 0 * 0 : 0 » : ; 0 - ► itm $y* 0 0 I 0 0 ! i - ; 0 4 • 0 0 * 0*00 w wm0 * 0 : ♦ * M M r 5 tt**0 : * « a 0 0 : 1 0 0 IB 5 : 0 I ♦ 0 0 1: # 4 * f 0 0 * 0 I 0 V 0 0 0 0 0 0 I # V 1 hoimis 6 c .Jamison Co 0 © f *4 I : ♦ ? t » * A 0 : Schools Close Again. Superintendent Rebberg was taken with the influenza last Fri day and two. other teachers, Mrs. Omans and -Miss Mae McLeod, were ill also, so the school was closed at once and will probably remain closed until the flu is eu ; tirely w iped out of Kamiah. There Il' i,l l been considerable disiussion about t . !osing through the week, but the illness of the superinteu dent and so many of the teachers settled the matter without action of the board. -Miss Richmond is also siek at Orofiuo, having gone home the first ot the week. Pro gross. ® en Lookingglass Dies Suddenly Ben Lookingglass, one of the leading men of the Xez Perec In diaiis, as well as one of the weal thiest, died suddenly Saturday morning of heart failure. He had h r» «« lj« usual health up to the m S ht betöre when he was stnek f« ;i, " t hv f d «nlv a tew hours, nda ? - tertuum. there bemg only a ser vice at the grave in the Indian cemetery north of town. Look ingglass was sixty-four years old and had lived all his life in the ^ e j u j( V 0 f Kamiah. In his early yt . ars f u . was one of the powerful kten of the tribe and later became ono () f p s councilors ami much re men. 11-' was one of the j ar gest land holders of the tribe, hundreds of acres of fine a!K | uu the Xezperee prairie, as well as having other property and money. His wife diet! a number years ago and of a family twelve children all have died ex ,-cpting his son Dave, who is the sv> |^ heir of his father. A brother, Henry, of Kamiah, and two sis ten*, Susie, of Kamiah, and Mar thu, of Lapwai, survive him.— Progress. Cured at a Cost of 25 Cents, --Eight years ago when we first ,„ uVe d to Mattoon, I was a great su ff t , rer f rom indigestion and constipation." writes Mrs. Rob erI Allison. Mattoon, 111. "I had frequent headaches and dizzy „p^-n* a nd there ij kt , a heavy weight pressing on a feeling v 4 d< and worn out all the time my stomach and ehest »11 the time. I felt miserable. Every reel of food distressed me. 1 ltd not rest at night and felt til t Otie bottle of Tablets * I ChaudteHain '» ed me and I have since felt like a different person." $50 00 Reward Ttie Orangeville Electric Light ^ pow er Cm will pay $50 reward for the arrest and conviction ai,y p erawi i or person* found guil or breaking insu mjvier line mg la lor» ot Live Stock Market sheep ami 2 horses and mules totaling 81 carloads. The "week just ended was on t ,[ (he lightest for all classes of Hv( . stot . k in mauv lnonths past The light movement of live stock was brought on, no doubt, by the Christmas I Malay which, like 0 |j, er years, affects shipping. The prices of eattle began to advance (j lt , early part of the week and eaeh day's sales was an improve ment over the previous day 's trading. Good steers seem very scarce and but very few are he ing offered. The cow stuff is mostly plain but is selling readily at extremely low priées. The hulk of eanners for the week met sale at 5e Advaneed quotations follow^ Meere 12.00 to 13.00; cows. t aO to 8 50 tor the week ending Dec. 28. Receipts of live stock at this market for the week ended Fri day, December 27th were: cattle; 32 calves; 848 hogs; 37 788 during the w eek but did not meet with advances equal to cattle. The bulk of the early offerings met sale at $1(5.65, with the bulk of .-losing sales making $17.15 cwt, An advance of 25 cents per cut is noted and a firm market exists w ith prime mixed at 17.00 to 17.25; medium mixed, 16.75 to 17.00; rough heavies, 14.75 to 15.00; pigs, 15.00 to 15.25; stock ers and feeders. 12.00 to 14.50. The sheep receipts so far this winter have done little toward! supplying the local demand. AI of.though prices have advanced to near their former prices, but few shipments have responded to the strong demand. An exceptional (y strong market exists at the fol lowing quotations; prime lambs, 12.00 to 13.50: prime yearlings. 10.25 to 11.50, Notice ! On account of the death of Mr. Robinson, and in the interest of the immediate settlement of the estate, all bills and accounts with the Xezperee Roller Mill* arc due January 1 Pleas*- eall on us and settle on or before January 10. Nezpenee Roller Mills , . P „ TO TRADE I*ots 1 and 2. block le, Johnson s addition to f.,r good well bred short born eattle. These lot* lie just south of the P. W. Mitehell 11 w2 dence lots. Price, $450 Will take buneii of cattle and pay dif ferenee. Wm A. Ka*ct.man, at <*1?***!** r " u, ' 4 ' w 1602 l '1. LrwHrtiH} Äw4* j Nsck Lair aeiia it for lea* _ Woodcraft herein' heartfelt sympathy reaved neighbors in this sad hour of their affliction and commend to them the allw ise Father who healeth all disease and bindeth up alt broken hearts. Be it also Resolved, that a copy of these resolutions he sent to Mesdames ! Sorenson and Davis, a copy be spread upon our minutes, and a copy be published in The Herald Fraternally submitted, in C. II ; '.nd R , M hereas Resolutions Whereas the Grand Guardian of the universe has seen lit in His infinite wisdom to remove from loved uncle of our esteemed neigh bors, Catherine Sorenson and Dixie Davis. Be it, therefore, Resolved, that the Neighbors of extend their to their be this life to the life beyond a be Jennie C Blakely, Minnie (5. Siems, Evangeline Stevens, Committee. ot the universe has seen tit in His infinite wisdom to remove from this life to-the life beyond a be loved sou of our esteemed neigh perlbor, Arvilla Yates. Be it, there fore, Resolved, that the Neighbors of Woodcraft hereby extend their heartfelt sympathy to their be reared neighbors in this sad hour of their affliction and commend to them the all wise Father who healeth ail disease and bindeth up all broken hearts. Be it also Resolved, that a copy of these resolutions be sent to Mrs. Yates, a copy lie spread upon our min-1 nies and a copy In* published in The Herald. Fraternally submitted, in II and It., », Jennie C. Blakely, Minnie O. Siems, Evangeline Stevens, Committee, Quick Cure for Croup Watch for the Tiret symptom, hoarseness and give Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy at once. If is prompt and effectual. MONEY TO LOAN— I have plenty of available money to loan on good farm land at a low inter seat rate. Pre-payment privilege* y (>rk Herren, room 10, Union jg tat ^ Bank bldg Nezperee, Ida Get it done at Doggett a. »■ V * ! Make This Known i In Your C om ©nitri fy} f ♦ ♦ That our line of furniture i* more complete the« K*a M>n than ever before» H4fn, BENT Jhat it is KI'PEKIOK in de- f in quality, ( HKAPFNT in * prne t i4ualii> bee« to Uk If) ihe fiiobt Uiterui patronar tended in ihe paM leti da> '0 I pro«e« j e e&e d ïi ♦ I ♦ o Direct from j* the Factory r *w ♦ I I I ♦ reeeteHl a« eieeadd > 1 (.• of httiihx und library f a iroodb mere ßtjuyhi Imd Jum* aod at « iemtt Htui Mi » Tk pfk** ♦ k tip I; f I».ff 4* «MP >' ♦ • 1 theib on Wigmui road and of IW/i I I U t poo U 1 % h H % \U» K IS - K i i« Pod iH meH M» other k$gh yra/fi I i 4j$M mm *' ? f to v IT .« *■ ♦ ♦ Ne/pcrcc Hardware Co ♦ * ♦ J Notice to Creditors. la the Probate Court of the County of Lew is, Stete of Idaho. In the matter of the estate of Susan L. Bywaters, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned administrator of the estate of Susan L. Bywaters, de ceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased to exhibit them with the -c-t. sary vouchers, with in ten months after the first pub lication of this notice, to the said administrator, at the office of the above entitled court ut the court room in the village of Xezperee, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said County of Lewis, State of Idaho. Signed and dated at Lewiston, Idaho, this 30th dav of December, 31 w4 Idaho Trust Company, Administrator. A D. UH8. Chamberlain's Tablets. When troubled with in IVli-phonc t'n. will be held a* the office of the company at Vollmer, Idaho, on Saturday'. January 4, HHth a^l^a^n. digestion or eoiistîpution, take ChambcHnfH 's Tablets. They strengthen the stomach and en able it to perform its functions naturally Indigestion is usually accompanied by Constipation and is aggravated by it Chamber Iain's Tablets cause a gentle move nient of the bowels, relieving the constipated condition • Notice of Stockholders' Meeting Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stoekhold-1 ers of the Netperce Co-operative I*. W Mitchell, Pm, I j j SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY BRINGS SURE RELIEF r M r«*r« not.n MEDAL Mss * f * PrPfc*-!» you n*«4 or four m**tf »k« tU» rtllf ud li||t«i| « ft M »Mi Jrii** ouf tM »ta la» iirUuiry j %»w til« ***4 mfti *u»»l p »n4 r«*f.or« to tt'b«# )nyr ftofuv») » .g%*r h;« a»i by t orgAti mttat tr- j t« k»»f> your««;f tu»y Aller m lui pttfffy tti»> do tUtr work T *• • Thm lulfi . «y to li%*r 1 » l-i»Utnl W»*l»hd tf i» »fb.J a : • k . »J ■: vrrz und to Out 1*1 I WM* ( ilofid tmhtil» *« tf«a<K«itL it. (0^44 h»rit a fmtufa of 4 Ihia't waif **''i*ne Ut• rt u »l»»krt» n»r% «>u»n»»m J it.arirrfi Of* * •tMUMt ir©« slat wtti I h«#rf»It • b- If you Itot Urn Mr» fo «•< Ik« ©riftikêi 4 a sMJf ftre.yf «*«». tunt»« im p A« «fl éf*g »cor»« iw • vhil» >a »»4 Mt* ■> ir por» * j • I ha is* you ( *rm * «f * KKMl. ¥«-•# éfof Tm A'nj* •4 u drgpoftdrnry. b ki bl», p • • . ! ■bf»r • r» h«» »»et«p«4 w itk r H - » 14 - *1» S «s .l «4 E»*r k - « am Hft.ti MI «*«»« Chamberlain s Cough Remedy. Before using this preparation for a cough or cold you may wish to know w hat it hits done for others. Mrs. (). Cook, Maeuu, 111., writes, "1 have found it gives the quickest relief of any cough remedy 1 have ever used." Mrs. James A. Knott, ChiIJicothe, Mo,, says "Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy cannot be beaten for euuglis and colds. " 11. J Moore, Oval, Pa., says ''1 have used Chamber lain's Cough Remedy on several occasions when I was suffering with a settled cold upon the chest and it has always brought about a eure. NOTICE or INTENTION TO APPLY FOR DEPUTIES Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned Sheriff, elect, of Lewis county, Idaho, will apply !.. the lion. Hoard f County t'oiniuiwiouera, at their next regular session, to appoint one regular deputy and such additional deputies as the business of the office A. W. Sheriff, elect, Lewis County, Idaho. ___— ...... Btg Surpris« -o Many ui Nexpcrc«. People are surprised at the instant *cii»u of simple buckthorn bark, gl* cerine, etc., as mixed in Adler i ha. One spoonful flushes the «nur« iw««i tract so completely it nrlirve* any cas« .*.>ur Stomk-h. gas or constipation and prevents nppendicttu The ts*UsL pleasant krt|.i|; • f Idler I ks both doctor» and panent* foul matt trr wltirh Your ulotu ark for months. At fit» Drug mi ore, Veqsrrce. surprises It reotov»« Trade with NEZPERCE HARDWARE 00 and »ave money.