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i morbowtown avow'd of neighbors and A £ 'L Mr. and Mrs. Fred r n Bickwell a charivari last Thurs îolit The serenades were day Jd with a fine treat, and all „ent wished the couple a long P fhipv wedded life. ^Gilbert* Wayne returned last ek from a visit at Toppomsh, e We went down to his cat the Salmon river set 1 ' \\ Walsh. tie ranch on Saturday ived too late for publication (Becen la Paid K Bevard will carry mail 0 „ route No. 2 beginning the first nf April- Andy Johnson, the present carrier, hah resigned. Aiks Elina Lantz returned home Cundav from near Ferdinand. Several patrons visited the school Tuesday and witnessed the Sling contest. Mr. J. M. Brara tJett Mrs. J. M. Bramblett and Airs F E. Bevard were the judges of the contest. Lois Davis re ceived the highest grade, Freda D-ivis second, and lola Jobe third. jVed C. Bickwell, a prominent rancher of this community, was married to Mrs. Nancy Colbert, of Sweet Home, Oregon, at the hotel of Ho, Tuesday noon. A few friends witnessed the ceremony „.formed by the minister of the jlo church. Mr. and Airs. Bick el will reside on their farm, half mile south of Morrow one town. , , . , p. W. Kittrell, central highway commissioner, returned from Spo kane last week, where he has been in the hospital a month. «SELDOM WHAT THEY SEEM ff Britisher Register* Complaint of Lost Illusion* Concerning the Thing* of Everyday Life. life I learned that Early in neither Brussels sprouts nor Brus sels carpets hailed from the city whence they took their names. But it is only recently that I have been disillusioned in other matters, remarks a London Answers writer. When but a schoolboy, buying my three penny "camel hair" paint brush with which to daub my Christ mas cards, I used to conjure up visions of Arabs chasing the camel, plucking very same way that cook did the chickens, in order to provide the hair with which to make the famous brushes. But now I find that the home of the camel-hair brush is not on Africa's strands, but in the beech i woods of Hampshire and Kent, where the squirrels live, and from whose bushy tails this so-called "camel hair" is 'extracted. I remember, too, how my imagina tion was kindled when I wore my first pair of "porpoise" laces. I imagined that they ~had once skimmed alongside the great ocean liner, chasing the small fry of the North sea or sporting beneath a Pa cific sun. Woe is me when I find that they are nothing more than the hide of Wiltshire porkers, cured and dipped in oil. The romance of "gray fox" fur is dispelled when I realize that it comes from the silver-gray rabbits of Lincoln. I am beginning to lose faith. May we do not even get coal from Newcastle after all. be How Diphtheria is Contracted. , Due often hears the expression, My child caught a severe cold, }'hich developed into diphther la ' when the truth was that the cola had simply left the little particularly susceptible to the "andering diphtheria germ, your child has a cold when diph theria is prevalent you should a he him out of school and keep 'in off the street until fully covered, as there is a hundred Wies more danger of his taking iphtheria when he has a cold, hen Chamberlain's Cough Rem *7 18 Riven it quickly cures the old and lessens the danger of dip i ® ri a or any other germ disease being contracted . one If re Monuments for Decoration Day make our big Should be ordered now, to be erected when we delivery in your cemeteries in the spring, and save extra setting cost. We are headquarters in this territory for the celebrated Barre (Vt.) Grey, the Mahogney Red Granites, the Vermont Marble and all other standard grades of granite and marble. Lewiston Granite & Marble Works Garlinghons« Brothers SUMMONS. In the district court of the Tenth r ,. dieial district of the state of Idaho S, " d A f0 V^ e count y ° f Lewis. ' Primus, âkiîtSta I, v"Uï e0 „f 0r î J P. Gilbert?, John Gilbert?., Marie Qu" hertz, Peter Gilbert?, Mary Gilbert? al°Lr eA ? Tt '- Mit ' hel Öoedert, Peter Lahr the unknown h°°, d a ert ',, ^'V* 01 " 8 devisees of John P. Gilb^r^lte^ ed, the church of Herborn, an ecclesi astical institution of Luxemburg, Path the unknown owners and Twp. 33* N.,B.T, n E. B. ^defendants 4 ' The state of Idaho sends greetings to the heirs of John P. Gilbert?, John ^ ert vl„^ a n e n Gi ! bert T 7 > ? eter Gil ' öilbertz, Jacob Goedert, Michel Goedert, Peter Goedert, Annie Goedert, Nicholas Lahr, the unknown heirs and unknown devisees of John P Gilbert?, deceased, the church of Her Luïemburg^FathB^Srii^r 3 ^" 1 ! 0 " of known owners and unknown claimants of 8W%, Sec. 14, Twp. 33N., R. 1, K. B. M.; the above named defendants. You are hereby notified that plaint has been filed against you in the district court of the Tenth Judi cial district of the state of Idaho, in and for the county of Lewis, by the above named plaintiffs, and hereby directed to appear and said complaint within 20 days of the service of this summons, if served with in said judicial district, and within 40 days if served elsewhere; and you further notified that unless you so ap pear and answer said complaint within the time herein specified, the plaintiff will take judgment against you prayed in said complaint. The object of this quiet the title of the plaintiff, Peter A. Primus, in and to the N% N% SW%, Sec. 14, Twp. 33 N., E. 1, E. B. M., and to quiet the title of the plain tiff, Theodore J. Primus, in and to S% N% SW14 and S% SWVi Sec. 14, Twp. 33 N., R. 1, E. B. M. Witness my hand and seal of the dis trict court this 19th day of February, 1920. (SEAL) C. H. Nugent, attorney for plaintiff; residence and postoffice address, Nez percc, Idaho. a com you are answer a re as .action is to E. L. SCHNELL, Clerk :;9 How is Your Complexion? A woman should grow more beautiful as she grows older and she will with due regard to baths, diet and exercise, and by keeping her liver and bowels in good working order. If you are hag gard and yellow, your eyes losing their lugtre and whites becoming yellowish, your flesh flabby, it may be due to indigestion or to (sluggish liver. Tablets correct these disorders. Chamberlain's FREE HOMESTEADS J. L. Porte, Canadian Government Agent, Spokane, Wn., Will be at the Nezperce Hotel on Saturday, APRIL 3, to give infor mation to parties who ar e inter ested in FREE HOMESTEAD LAND in Western Canada, and also to arrange for reduced set tlers' rates from the Canadian boundary line to points in West ern Canada. Are You Happy? To be happy you must be well. If you are frequently troubled with constipation and. indigestion cannot be altogether happy. Tablets to correct these disorders. They are prompt and effectual, easy and pleasant to take. you Take Chamberlain's King Solomon hauled cedar posts from Mt. Lebanon to Jem salem to build the Temple. King Solomon was a wise man. Buy your cedar posts from the Praine Lumber Co. Ridge Ranch For Sale I am offering for sale the 400 Central Bulge, acre farm on known as the Ira Coon place, vi m. Hamilton. Steele, Ida. 40tt. For Sale —9-room house, 2 full Lots 11 and 12 lots, in Nezperce. , n block 9 ; near school. Inquire Leo. Wise, 3217-6 Ave., S., Gt. Falls, Mont. Your price is mine. 41wri The Hartman shoe, the best on market and priced right, at Carlson's. _ We fix anything in machinery and fix it right. Nezperce Ga rage and Machine Works. the Carlson's spring line of haber dashery is ready for inspection. For best picture framing, see Campbell, the photographer. . . Notlc e to Creditors, bl J le Probate court of Lewis bounty, Idaho. n, ln the . "»»«er of the estate of ( /?mith, deceased, ^°tiee is hereby given by the undersigned administratrix of the | estate of Clay Smith, deceased, to ^ . cml . lt ? rs of - and all persons laVHlg claini S against the said de ceas ed, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, Tri aft ? r tllG lirst P ublication • * . n0 ^ lee . to the said admin ls ti'atrix, at her residence or the offics of p - W. Mitchell, the being; the nlacp for the transae +• + i i . 101 tne tiansac Î 1011 T ol: tbe business of said estate, Nezperce, county of Lewis, State of Idaho. Si £ ned and dated at Nezperce, n 6t}l ^ ay ° f ^ areb ' A ' D., 1920. within ten same Rosa Smith, Administratrix. P. W. Mitchell, Esq., Attorney for executrix, residence, Nezperce, Idaho. 41w4 Notice of Time Appointed for Proving Will. In the probate court of the coun ty of Lewis, state of Idaho. In the matter of the estate of Au brey Orbison, deceased. Pursuant to an order of said probate court, made on the 16th day of March, 1920, notice is here by given that Saturday, the 3rd day of April, 1920, at io a. m. of said day, at the court room of said court, in the village of Nez perce, in the county of Lewis and state of Idaho, has been appointed as the time and place for proving Wk LOOK FOR Ml THE RED BAIL ■f TRADE MARK n tt' 9t Fifearms ^Ammunition IShootinl KM: y iiiiiiiPi We 1 proof ttSaiiiaSsa DELCO-LIGHT The complete Electric Light and Power Plant Brings city conveniences and modern benefits to a farm home. GLEN A. BIGG ART, Nezperce SPOKANE'S GREATEST TAILOR and CLOTHIER If It Isn't u All Right Bring It Back 99 f D m Spokane Lu JR. UOIDJ LiO. = _ V> ' i AsKYourDeakr djjS^ firearms 8 Ammunition || Write for Catalogue i| THE REMINGTON ARMS U.M C. CO. INC. woo«.»»©*'* »wo* / vo *"' C,TT 4 ySs&E! i iütwflm DOWNWARD COURSE Fast Being Realized by Newpence People. A Httle backache at first. Daily increasing till the back la lame and weak. Urinary disorders may quickly lol low; Dropsy and often Bright's disease, This frequently is the downward course of kidney ills. Don't take this course. Nezperce residents should profit by the foi lowing experience. Mrs. Eliza Hillier, Seventh and W. Commercial Sts., Weiser, Idaho, says; "Until a few years ago I had suffered terribly with kidney complaint. My back ached all the time and I had aw ful pains shoot through the small of my back. My kidneys acted tpo free ly at times and often there were dropsical swellings in my ankles. Doan's Kidney Pil'-s were the first remedy that helped me and after 1 had used a few boxes, I was well. Doan's entirely cured me." Price 60c, at ail dealers, simply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that Mrs. Hillier had. Foster-Mllburn Go,, Mfrs., Buffalo, N. T. Don t the will of said Aubrey Orbison, deceased, and for hearing the ap plication of Wiley T. Johnson for the issuance to him of letters of administration with will annexed, when and where any person in terested may appear and contest the same. Dated this 16th day of March, 1920. 42-3 H. W. Niles, Clerk. "A new note— weVe struck it" & i —Chesterfield j 6 N O sharps," no "flats," but my! how Chesterfields " Satisfy!" A delightful selection of fine Turk ish and Domestic tobaccos, harmo niously blended in an entirely new and exclusive way. The blend is based on our private formula—the outcome of many years of experiment. And the final result has justified the time and money spent. For certainly, Chesterfields do "satisfy. But don't take our word for it. Smoke a Chesterfield today and find out for yourself. s I The special, moisture-proof package keeps Chesterfields firm and fresh, always. I # » $ Walking Gang Plow The Old Reliable. The Strongest and Best Known Plow in the Country. At Closing Out Prices O We are still offering, at very attractive prices, a few P & O Gang Plows and Oliver Chilled Tandem Disc Harrows Also a large assortment of Superior Drill Extras, Plow and Harrow Parts Nezperce Hardware Co J Temple, April I2th Wm. Farnum in "The Rainbow Trail 99 You saw him in "Riders of the Purple Sage" Follow him now to the End of "The Rainbow Trail."