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.**■ *+ ■*»' +» -*»■ .*»■ i» <» * « « / * ^ n f * f * * ¥ / y Every Man Should Dress Well. « / V / *k + + * / » ¥ ( f + + « / * * / * And you can if you only buy your clothes at the right place. 1 carry a large stock of the highest grade ready-made men's clothes, and if you want a fine suit made to order by the finest tailors in Chicago, guaranteed to fit perfectly, you can get that at my store. I can supply your wants from head to foot. + t * I * * I * / * * i OSCAR LARSON * I * * / * *+ **■ .**■ +» ■*V «» .**■ .**■ .*■ .*»■ ■if Local and Personal. Nels Peterson was a visitor to Pull man yesterday. Oscar Larson went to Spokane on a business trip yesterday. When in Troy try a sack of Genesee flour. Sold by W. M. Duthie. Found:—Two keys. Owner can get them by paying for this notice. Erickson, the photographer, is at his studio in Troy every Saturday of each week. Frank Stoll left Monday morning for Pueblo, Col., to spend the summer with his father. Hoarhound and Rock and Rye for colds. A new shipment just received by C. W. Tompson. Oscar Larson is improving his resi dence property by grading up his lots and covering the clay with black soil. Olson & Johnson have given the front of their hardware store a coat of new paint. It's a good example to follow. Miss Barbara McMillan, well known in Troy, has recently undergone an operation for appendicitis. She is now living at Langdon, N. D. If the horses could only talk what would they say about being forced to drag a heavy rig over the public roads of this section of Latah county? B. H. Hilliard, now a resident of Clarkston, Wn., was in Troy Saturday visiting old friends. Mr. Hilliard still has property interests in this section. A little paint will improve the pearance of property and add to its value. The quickest way to dispose of property is to fix it up and make it desirable, will want it. ap Then some other fellow Some people act just as though they thought they were the only earth who ever drew an honest breath or had an honest thought. ones on They are right and.,all the rest of the human family is wrong and going straight to Hell. Spring isComing Spring lias been slow in coming, but is here, at last. Onr spring shipments have been delayed, but nearly everything is here now. Gome and see onr new spring goods. Th© Troy 99 Has some elegant premiums for everybody. Don't fail to see them. Wm. Smith The local lodge of Odd Fellows will hold a social session Saturday evening, April 27, in honor of the orders birth day. There is to be a banquet and a few short talks on Oddfellowship. There is evidence of some activity during the coming summer in the Ruby Creek mining district, section contains a good deal of mineral with sufficient showing already made to justify further investments. T. H. Jolly has been holding down a case in the News office during the past week. He came up from Oregon last week on business that will require his attention for several days, and in the meantime he will assist us in get ting caught up with the large amount of job work that has piled in on us lately. Rev. S. D. Hawkins of Olympia has accepted a call from the Troy Swedish Lutheran congregation and will arrive in Troy the latter part of May. He will preach his introductory sermon the first Sunday in June, church has purchased the cottage ad joining the Odd Fellow hall on the east which will be used as a parsonage There is no use trying, no man can make water run up hill, and there is no sense in any man wasting time over this matter at this day and age. Neither will a public road drain itself when the center of the road is lower than the sides. It is also useless to expect water to get out of a ditch un less you open the lower end of the ditch. All of the above facts ought to be recognized by even the overseers of our public highways, but we are pained to say that sometimes they are not. And then people wonder why we have bad roads. This The local Doing business Again. "When my friends thought I was about to take leave of this world on ac count of indigestion, nervousness and general debility," writes A. A. Chis holm, Treadwell, N Y., "and when it looked as if there was no hope left I was persuaded to try Electric Bitters, and I rejoice to say that they are curing me. I am now doing business again as of old, and am still gaining daily." Best tonic medicine on earth. Guaranteed at C. V. Johnson's drug store. 50c. & ■ Ready -FOR Business! A 442 JL I? *-• i * Monday, April 8. f* •• The store has been paint- » ed and the goods will be on g the shelves ready for inspec tion on the above date. A complete line of General Merchandise will be carried. Everything to eat and wear. You know the place— i at Per Johansen's old stand. W. M. DUTHIE, Successor to Per Johanson. \Ve will deliver goods free The following letters remain un called for at the Troy Post office on April 15th 1907. Elwin Sheldon, Chas. Hill, Atto Gates, Mrs. Loora Leezer (3) F. W. Bailer, Mrs. Stella Cresswell, A. B. Converse, M. A. Donaldson, J. L. Flame, Ed Galbreath, Waldo Hamland, Emmett Thompson, C. G. Martin (2) F. Nicolas, M. Narahara (foreign), Mrs. Mary Rei i fehl. If not called for within 6 days the above letters will be sent to tl e dead letter office. Olof Olson, P. M Bitten by a Spider. Through blood poisoning caused by a spider bite, John Washington of Bos queville, Tex., would have lost his leg, which became a mass of running sores, had he not been persuaded to try Buck len's Arnica Salve. lie writes; "The first application relieved, and four boxes healed all the sores." Heals every sor^. 25c at C. V. Johnson's drug store. □ t ft 4 ;• &v-t» ,3'> cm h J Vy* v * i //.cas c v 'T&im äfö? -• 9 <■ r * JÉxi \ O v. S* . IX ANC1KXT times man, while yet a savage, tilled (he soil with a sharp slick, hut you can't farm with a stick now. Î 0 lern civ lization requires modem me - hods, and. that re quire- modem farm machinery. D n't be a savage. You can't'make money farming with a wornout plow, a poor har row, or an old drdl that does a pout job and wastes tin- time of the hired man. It will pay you to get good machinery. An J it will save you money by dealing with ns. The Smith Implement Co. v if^ A \ In this line we carry a complete stock, tiling from Screw Drivers to Wall Paper in all the best grades that will make it attractive to your pocket book. Every a Steam Engine, and at prices \ Olson St Johnson. Good Harness Dependa on two things—QUALITY of leather used and the WORKMANSHIP that the manufacturer puts into his liar That is all there is to harness,, and that is why my harness stand the test of time. ness. w (I Geo. Saad. LODGE DIRECTORY. TROY LODGE No. 39, I. O. O. F. Moots every Saturday evening. MODERN W O O D M E N O F AMERICA. Meets every Thursday evening iu Odd Fellows' hall. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. iy evening in Odd Meets every M< Fellows' hull. 1 My Pa gets his whis & kers cut at Manley and Sletto's. Nia says he 4 orter get one of their ) baths and a hair cut. i w Ma she no/.e, to. Eric Anderson Jeweler and Optician Watches, (Mocks, Jewel ry, Cut Glass. Silver ware. Combs. Edison Talking Macnincs and Records. About one hundred and fifty acres of cultivated land on "Johnson hill" near Troy, for rent. Inquire of 0. A. Johnson or First Bank of Troy. If You Want the Best ...Ask for... INLAND Crackers ...in... Red Boxes. NOT MADE BY THE TRUST. The Troy Flour mill has a lot of good posts on hand. Get your posts at the flour mill. I grind scissors. E. H. Atherton.