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THE NEZPERGE HERALD
Thursday, March 13, 1919.
W. P. Conger & P. W. Mitchell
Editors and Owners
Entered at the Nezperce, Idaho, Post
office as Second-Class Mail Matter.
A BACKWARD GLANCE
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A quick view of things that
happened in this neck o' the
woods 13 and 17 years ago this
week, as taken from The Herald
files.
This week 13 years ago:
Zero weather prevailed here
abouts.
President G. W. Thompson
and Chief Engineer Wood of the
electric line "about" to be built
from Lewiston to prairie points
were making prairie points with
the big news of how it was going
to be done. The prediction was
being made that the road would
he completed by June 1, 1917.
The Peck Sun, C. J. Peterson,
editor and publisher, made its
appearance.
B. Ferguson and Josie Knight,
of Kamiah, were married in Lew
iston.
Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Jarbo
returned to Kamiah from their
honeymoon trip
R. B. Thompson, Jas. M. Kane
and Harry B. Thompson were
making final proof on their prai
rie homesteads.
The grade plat just filed by
the Camas Prairie Railroad Co.
showed that in order to gain a
distance of half mile a loop sev
en miles in length was necessary
at one point on the Culdesac hill.
Kamiah had a four-inch snow
fall.
Sleighing was fine on the prai
rie.
J. G. Shawley bought the Rus
sell hotel and bar.
The Clearwater was frozen
over at tho Tramway.
A daughter was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Art Beekley at Nez
perce.
Extreme cold ,at Lewiston had
badly damaged the fruit in that
section.
Samuel Lawyer, an aged Nez
perce Indian, was found dead in
the road a mile from .Culdesac;
near which place he owned a
$10,000 ranch.
W. H. Krönt bought the J. B.
Schmidt quarter and crop six
miles southwest of Nezperce for
$5750.
This week 17 years ago:
The survey for the new grain
tramway, to he built northeast
of Nezperce opposite. Pardee, was
under way and construction on
the $20,000 plant was to start' in
the spring.
Land was selling at $4,000 the
quarter in this section, and east
ern buyers were picking up
snaps.
The Nezperce Christian church
had a membership of 80, a revi
val meeting just closed having
added 42 new members.
A daughter was born to Mr.
and Mrs. A. Coles at Nezperce,
and also a daughter to Mr. and
Mrs. B. S. Knudson of this vicin
ity.
Thomas R. Hancock and Ches
tennie Anderson were married
at Nezperce.
The school term for the sev
enth and eighth grades of the
Nezperce schools was closed be
cause of the students dropping
out to begin spring work on the
farms.
The 20-months-old child of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Denny, two
miles west of Nezperce, fell in a
tub of water and in a seeming
drowned condition was removed
after having been under water
several minutes. It was revived.
Notice to Creditors.
In the Probate Court of the
county of Lewis, state of Idaho.
In the matter of the estate of
J. T. Price, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned administrator of the
estate of J. T. Price, deceased, to
the creditors of, and all persons
having claims against the said
deceased, to exhibit them with
the necessary vouchers, within
ten months after the first publi
cation of this notice, to the said
administrator, at his residence
near Nezperce, or the office of
the Probate Court, the same be
ing the place for the transaction
of the business of said estate, in
Nezperce, county of Lewis, state
of Idaho.
Signed and dated ot Nezperce,
Idaho, this 24th day of February,
A. D. 1919.
Percy F. Price, Administrator.
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Gandys and cigars at the Tem
pie.
The Red Cross Workers.
The following ladies were on
duty at the local Reel Cross work
room on the dates given:
Thursday, March 6.—
Mrs. J. I). McCown, supervis
or.
Mrs. A. A. Hunter.
Mrs. J. W. Akin.
Mrs. Roy Thompson.
Mrs. Harry Mitchell.
Tuesday, March 11.— 1
Mrs. Roy Thompson, supervis
or.
Mrs. Joe Peterson.
Mrs. Olive Cox.
Mrs. Harry Mitchell.
Mrs. J. W. Akin.
Mrs. E. L. Schnell.
Mrs. A. A. Hunter.
Mrs. B. L. Cole.
Mrs. J. F. Gist.
Mrs. L. L. Smith.
Forgot What He Needed.
From the Republican, Mt. Gil
iad, Ohio: The editor had an in
teresting experience some time
ago,«when a young gentleman
came to his office and asked for
a copy of the Morrow County
Republican. He scrutinized it
carefully when a copy was hand
ed him, and then said: "Now I
know !"
looking for," we inquired,
wife sent me after a bottle of
Chamberlain's , Cough Remedy,
aml^I forgot the name. I went
to several stores and the clerks
named over everything in the
line on the shelf except 'Cham
berlain's.' I'll try again, and
never go home without
Chambelain's Cough Remedy."
The Republican would suggest to
the proprietors of stores that
they post their clerks, and never
let them substitute. Customers
lose faith in stores where Substi
tuting is permitted, to say noth
ing of tho injustice to good goods
and the disappointment of cus
tomers.
'What is it you are
'My
, MONEY TO LOAN—I have
plenty of available money to loan
on good farm land at a low inter,
est rate. Pre-payment privileges.
York Herren, room 10, Union
State Bank bldg., Nezperce, Ida.
For % Bad Cold.
Chamberlain 's Cough
Remedy. It has stood the test
of time and can be depended up
Take
on.
" When Irish Eyes Are Smil
ing"—Saturday, March 15th.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
It's no longer necessary to go into the
details describing the practical merits of
the Ford car—everybody knows all about
"The Universal Oar."
How it goes and
comes day after day and year after year at
an operating expense so small that it's
wonderful.
This advertisement is to urge
prospective buyers to place orders without
delay. Buy a Ford car when you can get
one. We'll take good care of your order—
get your Ford to you as soon as possible—
and give the best in "after-service" when
required.
Thomas & Jamison Co
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Successors to Western Hardware & Implement Co., Nezperce, Idaho
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Fisher Deputy Game Warden.
Don Fisher, of Orangeville, re
cently returned from overseas
service, has been named assistant
qhief deputy game warden. Mr.
Fisher's territory will embrace
Idaho county and portions of
Lewis and Clearwater counties,
it being the purpose of the de
partment to establish the dis
tricts according to natural boun
daries rather than by county
lines.
Mr. Fisher is recognized as one
of the leading sportsmen of Ida
ho county and is especially well
qualified for the work of the of
fice to which he has been ap
pointed.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh Is a local disease, greatly In
fluenced by constitutional conditions, and
In order to cure it you must take an
internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine is taken internally and acts thru
the blood on the mucous surfaces of the
system.
prescribed by one of the best phyi
in this country for years. It is
posed of some of the best tonics known,
combined with some of the best blood
purifiers. The perfect combination of
the ingredients In Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine Is what produces such wonderful
results in catarrhal conditions. Send for
testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Props., Toledo. O.
All Druggists, 76c.
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine was
sicians
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Bad Taste in Your Mouth.
When you have a bad taste in
your mouth you may know that
your digestion is faulty. A dose
of Chamberlain's Tablets will us
ually correct the disorder. They
also cause a gentle" movement of
the bowels. You will find this to
be one of tho best medicines you
have ever become acquainted
with.
For Sale —15 good homestead
relinquishments in Montana, at
snap prices. Write J. B. William
son, Washtucna, Wash.
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SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY
BRINGS SURE RELIEF
For 200 years GOT*D MEDAL* Haarlem
OU has, enabled suffering humanity to
withstand attacks of kidney, liver,
bladder and stomach troubles and all
diseases connected with the urinary
organs and to build up and restore to
health organs weakened by disease,
These most important organs must be
watched, because they filter and purify
the blood; unless they do their work
you are doomed
Weariness, sleeplessness, nervousness,
despondency, backache, stomach trou
ble, pains In the loins and lower ab
dornen, gravel, difficulty when urinat
ing, rheumatism, sciatica and lumbago
all warn you of trouble with your kid
neys. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Cap-'
Getting' Next to Smut.
Agent
brought out
in recent expen
A. E.
some
County Farm
Wade has
good points
ments with smut spoors and last
week displayed interesting micro
scopic tests for the botany .class
at the high sehool and the stu
.lent» evinced Rood interest in
"«r Wade "is"'no»- working to
nf mois
determine the amount
ture required' for the germina
tion of snnxt spoors as compared
with the quantity necessary to
germinate wheat}, and while at
Moscow recently he arranged
for the co-operation in this im
portant work of Prof. Hunger
ford, (who has lately been em
ployed by the University as
plant pathologist or doctor of
plant diseases.
It is believed by several farm
ers, who are following these smut
experiments with the County
Agent, that the object of reduc
ing the smut infection of crops on
this prairie will be attained ; and
even should it be only in a small
degree the accrued results to the
farmers generally will pay many
times over all the research has
cost.
The Herald. $1.50 a year.
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WJ THE RED BALL
■f TRADE MARK
firearms $ Ammunition
8 Shooting Right"
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p
| suies are the remedy you need. Take
three or four every day. The healing
oil soaks Into the cells and lining: of
the kidneys and drives out the poisons,
New life and health will surely follow,
When your normal vigor has been re
stored continue treatment for a while
to keep yourself in condition and pre
vent a return of the disease,
Don't wait until you are incapable of
fighting. Start taking 1 GOLD MEDAL
Haarlem Oil Capsules today. Your drug
gist will cheerfully refund your money
if you are not satisfied with results,
But be sure to get the original import
ed GOLD MEDAL and accept no sub
stitutes. In three sizoe. Sealed pack
ages. At all drug stores.
POINTS THE WAY
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Our neighboring
i points the way m the words o
M S irtw
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nothing better for
than Doan's Kidney Pills,
great faith In
ceived good results when I took them.
When I lived back east, I suffered
with my kidneys. Ky back was al
weak and lame and ached so
The Statement of This Moscow Res
ident Will interest Our Readers.
Moscow
town,
kidney trouble
I have
|
them because I re
ways
much at times I could hardly keep
I had dizzy spells and felt
As Doan's Kidney Mils
up.
drowsy, too.
had been used in the family with
good results I took some and they
soon cured me.
kidney trouble now."
Price 60c, at all dealers,
slrap-'iy ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pills — the same that
Foater-Miïburn
1 don't have any
Don't
had.
Mrs. Bailey
Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Trade with
NEZPERCE HARDWARE CO.
and save money.
r
Lewiston Flower Shop
CUT FLOWERS foi all occasions.
DESIGNS of all kinds.
Potted Plants and Ferns.
Oldest Flower Store in Lewiston
STILLINGS & EMBRY, Proprietors
Phones 1147-394L 830 Main St.
The Kamiah & Nezperce
Monument Works
Karl C. Frank, Prop.
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iii
Esi
Ail Kinds of Tombstone Work
dt Reasonable Prices
WORK GUARANTEED
Nezperce Work Done at Nezperce
Shop—Opposite Kincaids
Trade with
NEZPERCE HARDWARE CO.
and save money.
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r)ONT make
the mistake
of delaying the
purchase of your
Electric Wash
ing Machine. It
is the most use
ful piece of fur
niture you can
put into your
home.
Grangeville Electric
Light & Power Co.
Edwards&Mon
Contractors and
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Prepared for all lines shop
and job work in carped
tering. Guarantee satis
faction J* jt
«T
Shop One Door East Postofffc»
Phone 7238
"Say It with Floweis"
Whatever the occasion — ,
birth, a death, a joy, a sorrow—
you can best show your pleasure
or sympathy by saying it wit],
flowers.
FRED OARBY
LEWISTON,
Store. 856 Main St.
Greenhouses, 422 15th
Ave. Phone 625-R.
IDAHO
Store
2
nd
Goods Bought and
Sold
1st Door West of Postoffice
H. Q. PAIQE, Prop.
FRATERNAL ORDEBS,
HIRAM LODGE NO. 36, A. F.A
A. M., of Nezperce, Idaho. Eeg.
ular Communication on the
Monday evening on or before
the full moon of each month in
the Fraternal building. Visit
ing brothers are cordially invit
ed to attend.
R. 11. Y. Moser, W. M,
Leo L. Robertson, Sec'y.
AMERICUS LODGE NO. 43, 1
of P., meets in Fraternal Tem
ple, every first and third
Thursday in each month. Vis
iting brothers cordially invited.
Herbert Booth, C. C.
P. W. Mitchell, K. of R. & S.
I. O. o. F.—NEZPERCE L0D0I
No. 56, of Nezperce, Ida
ho. Meets every Saturday even
ing. Visiting brothers cordial
ly invited to attend.
Geo. H. Ellis, N. G,
K L. Schnell, Finan. Sec.
W. R. Emerson, Rec. See.
j NEIGHBORS OF WOODCRAFT
Reservation Banner Circle No.
337 meets at Fraternal Temple
second and fourth Tuesday ev
enings of each month. Visiting
neighbors welcomed.
Emma Perrine, G. N,
Jennie Blakely, Clerk.
PRIMROSE CHAPTER NO. %
Eastern Star will meet on the
Monday nights before and after
the regular Masonic meeting.
Blanche Sweet, W. M.
Liilia Harbke, Sec'y.
NEZPERCE PUBLIC LIBRAS!
—Open to public Tues., Thun,
and Saturdays from 2 to 5 p. a
Mrs. A. Ö. Sorenson, Librarian
NEZPERGE LOCAL NO. 2, F. K
j & C. U. of A. Meets every lint
j and third Saturday in each
month. Visiting members wel
come. N. H. Jacobs, Prea
H. A. VonBargen,. Sec.-Treas.
W. O. W.—NEZPERCE CAMP
No. 445.
and fourth Wednesday even
ings of each month in the Fra
ternal Temple.
R. H. Y. Moser, C. C
Meets every
E. L. Schnell, Clerk.
EUREKA RF.RP.yAH L0D0I
No. 57 meets first and third
Tuesday of each month.
Mrs. Pearl Heston, N. &
Lena Emerson, Secretary.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
DR. J. P. GIST,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Calls Answered Promptly
Office in Union State Bank Bldg
Phones : Office, 7338; lies. 7629
DR. E. S. PETERSON
DENTIST
Appointment by telephone day
Parlor over Union State Bank
Nezperce,
nlgW !
or
Idaho
P. W. MITCHELL
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Notary
Qffiice in Union State B ank B ldg
Glasses Fittted
Telephones:
Res. 755, Office W
DR. J. K. CLARKE
Practice Limited to the Eye, Ear.
Nose and Throat
Suite 201-202 New Idaho Trust Bid«
LEWISTON, IDAHO

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