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Troy weekly news. (Troy, Idaho) 1897-1933, April 19, 1907, Image 5

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Onr Voli'en D"epen.
The primitive inhabitants of Europe
were ail tenors; their descendants of
the present time are baritones, and fu
tu re generations will have semlbass
voices. The voice has a tendency to
deepen with age. The tenor of twenty
becomes the baritone of twenty-eight
and the bass of thirty-six. The inferior
races have higher pitched voices t
the more cultured. The negro has a
higher voice than the white man.
"JJ5 Among white races, the fair complex
ioned man has a higher voice than his i
darker skinner brother. The former Is
usually a baritone or a tenor, the latter
a contralto or bass. It is asserted that
tenors are usually of slender build,
whereas basses are stout, but there
too many exceptions to such a rule for
it to be reliable. The same remark ap
plies to the statement that thoughtful
men have deep toned voices and vice
versa. The tones of
ceptlbly higher hpfv
meal, for which reas >;i tenors are gen
erally careful not to sing too soon after
dinner.—Pearson's Weekly.
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are
îi v u ce are per
t!; i:i after a
Henry Clay*n Popularity.
The greatest popular idol in
lltical sense the country
known was Henry Clay,
other American statesman
a po
has ever
Only one
ever pos
sessed the quality culled personal mag
netlsm to the same extent that he did.
and no other ever had a more enthusi
astic personal following. He was an
aspirant for president from 1824 to
1848, but never reached the goal. Ile I
received 37 electoral votes In 1824, 41)
In 1832 and 105 In 1844, hut
never
enough to elect him. Clay was elected
speaker of the house of representatives
on the first day of his term in that
body and was five times re-elected. He
was twice elected United States sena
tor, once unanimously by the Kentucky
legislature, and held several other high
offices. If there was ever a popular
Idol In the politics of this country. It
was Henry Clay, but be could not be
elected president.—Indianapolis Jour
nal.
The Old Plane Tree of Con,
In the Island of Cos, in the Ægian
sea, there stands, jealously guarded, a
huge plane tree measuring nearly eight
een yards In circumference. It is sur
rounded by a podium, or raised plat
form breast high, doubtless built to
support the trunk of the tree after it
had become hollow and weak from age.
The lower branches are still well pre
served aud have been shored up by
pieces of antique columns, over the up
per ends of which the branches have
grown like caps in consequence of the
pressure of their own weight. Close by
the tree is a solid marble seat, which is
said to be the chair of Hippocrates, the
father of medicine, and it is supposed
that be taught the art of healing from
that seat. He was born at Cos 400 B.
A
V
C. This gives a clew to the age of the
celebrated plane tree, whicti must be
considerably more than 2.000 years old.
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TUI» Peculiar World.
This is a peculiar world, says an ex
change. One is struggling for Justice
and another is fleeing from it. One
man is saving to build a house and an
other is trying to sell his for less than
cost to got rid of it. One man is spend
ing ail tbe money be can make in tak
ing a girl to Uie theater and sending
her flowers, with the hope of making
her his wife, while bis neighbor is
spending what gold be has in getting a
divorce. One man escapes all tbe dis
eases that flesh is heir to and gets kill
ed on a railroad. Another escapes with
a scratch and dies with the whooping
cough. One man stands off his credi
tors and goes traveling while another
pays his debts and stays at home.
Connoting.
A New England congressman once
went to Franklin Pierce demanding an
office for a constituent. Pierce sent
him to James Guthrie, secretary of
the treasury. By and by the congress
man returned to the president in great
dudgeon.
"What did Guthrie say to you about
appointing your friend?" inquired the
president. "He said he would he hang
ed if he would."
"Did Guthrie talk that way to you?"
"He did."
"Well, that's tlie way he talks to me,
too," was Pierce's consoling reply.
Golf or Croquet i
It was a twos^ne. The player who
drove off first hu„ imady legs. The sec
ond in driving off did not notice that
his opponent had got in front of him
and the ball ran through between the
opponent's legs. Turning around in
apger the handy legged one said. "Here,
mun, that's no golf!" "Weel," said the
other, "if it's not golf it's croquet."—
Scottish Referee.
So Uelow.
"It's funny." began tlie long winded
bore, "but nobody ever seems glad to
see me."
"Well, and have you never found out
the cause cf your unpopularity?"
"No, I can't discover It."
"That's strange, because it's right
under your very nose."—Philadelphia
Press.
An Inch
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I have always thought that what trat
good was only what was beautiful pul
In action.—Rousseau
Nota^Publtc.
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Professional Cards.
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DR. ('. K. HENKLE,
Physician and Surgeon.
Troy. Idaho
)flice over Dnur Stoie.
A. II. O VERSAI ITH,
Attouney-at-Law,
K. W. WOODWARD
DENTIST
GRADUATE CF NORTHWESTERN
UNIVERSITY, CHICAGO.
Office over Drug Store,
TROY, IDAHO.
DR. O. C. KELLER,
Osteopathic Physician
Graduate of tlie American School of
Osteopathy. Treats all acute and chron
cases.
Rooms over drug store.
DU. T. F. RICHARDSON
Veterinary Surgeon
Will he at Jones' livery barn, Troy,
every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
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Wm. Duthie
Buys and Sells
Fruits, Vegetables and Wood.
FLOUR and FEED.
By wagon load and car
load, and pays cash or
trade.
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Go to the Pioneer Blacksmith Shop
for wagon and carriage work. Horsesho -
j ing a specialty. K H. ATHERTON.
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The Troy Laundry
Just Across the R. R. Track
South of Depot,
I Is now prepared to do good, clean and
1 neat work for all, and we take this
1 method to solicit a abate of yoiir patron
age, wtio des. re first-class laundry'.ng
! done.
J. K. SHEPHESD.
Proprietor.
I want old rubber, copper and brass
i E. H. Atherton. Highest price paid.
Idaho Stale Land and Timber Sale.
Notice is hereby given that at the County Court House at Moscow, Latah County, Idaho, at
10 o clock A. M., Saturday. April 2Uth, 1907, the following described lands, and timber, will be of
fered lor sale at Public Auction.
Appraised
Price for
Timber
i Price
Per M Feet Ties Poles
I Acre
$ 10 00
10 00
10 01 »
10 00
15 00
15 00
15 0»)
15 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 «X»
10 00
58 10 00
10 00
10 (X)
29 10 00
09 10 00 i
10 00 1
10 00 I
10 00 i
10 IN) I
10 00
I 11 75
10 00
i 10 00
i 10 00
j 10 00
j 10 »X)
• 10 00
I 10 00
! n oo
i 12 00
i j J 00
1 12 00
12 00
I 10 00
I 10 00(Imp $50)
I 10 00 Leased
i 10 00
Twp. Range |
A rca
Acres 100th 1
No.
Subdivis'ns See
1 NE 'A
2 NWLf
3 s\v*.
4 SE* 4
5 NE *4
6 NW 4
7 E 1 o S \V 1 .
H SÈ'.
9 NE»4
10 N\V 4
11 SW>4
12 SE*.
13 NE» 4
14 SW H
15 SW 1 , 4
16 8FM
17 NE fi
18 SE» 4
19 NE» 4*
20 NW> 4
21 SW »4
22 S K» 4
23 EL. NE»i
24 N ' n W i
25 B WW
26 SEL
27 Ni: 1 ;
28 NW»4
29 SE»
30 SW*
31 W *..
32 N W
41 N
41 N
41 N
41 N
42 N
42 N
42 N
42 N
43 N
43 N
5 W
160
1210
1260
1320
1660
1792
1358
$1112 40 ,
330
36
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5 W
160
1140 90 '
1938 70 I
2688 00 j
2037 00
982 50
2745 00
1494 SO
1026 OvJ
1426 00
1480 70
1356 60
897 20
1216 00
1693 00
653 IN»
558 50
1152 90
1460 20
1584 20
1309 LH»
1753 50
974 50
2202 50
2849 00
1170 10
1392 50
1177 40
576 50
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1280 2160
020 1810
1370 200
1290 4190
1170 3470
780 240
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1510 1600
688 1025
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5 W
86
160
43 N
5 W
160
43 N
42 N
42 N
42 N
42 N
39 N
39 N
41 N
41 N
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42 N
42 N
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39 N
39 N
38 N
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607 550
324 500

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•Less K W.
TERMS OF SALE are as follows: on all lands selling for twenty-five dollars per acre, or
less, one-tenth of the purchase price and first year's interest on deferred payments; cash on day
of sale, the balance in eighteen annual installments ai 6 percent, interest. On all lands sell
ing for more than twenty-five dollars ner acre, two tenths of purchase price, and first year s in
terest on deferred payments; cash on nay of sale, the balance in sixteen annual installments at
6 per cent. Timber (when land is purchased) will he sold as follows : Twenty per cent, of pur
chase, and first year's interest on deferred payments; cash on day of sale, and balance in ten
annual installments hi 6 per cent, interest. No timber will be allowed to be cut until full cash
nay ment bo made in advance for each subdivision that the purchser desires to cut. Where Um
ber is sold seperalc from the land, twenty per cent, of purchase price, and first year's interest on
deferred payments; cash on day of sale, imd balance in five annual installments, at 6 per cent,
interest.
No land or timber will be sold for less than the appraised value.
By Order of Slate Board of Land C ommissioners.
M. I. CHURCH, Register.
C. J. Munson. Land Commissioner.
Dated March 9th, 1907.
Marl5Aprl9
Bargains in Monuments and Head Stones
Mark the Graves
of your loved ones,
lest you foroft.
Geo. II. Moody, the Marble and Granite dealer, of
Moscow,
purchase by dealing with hint. 1 have over 300 fin
ished Monuments and Head Stones for sale and in
stock. All first-class and works of art, and can not be
duplicated by any other concern in the west for the
money. It will pay intending purchasers to visit my
works before buying Headstones and Monuments.
$10.00 and up. Call on or address
Idaho,
you TÔ per cent, on your
can save
G. H. MOODY. Marble Dealer,
Moscow, Idaho.
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C. A. SULLIVAN,
DEALER IN
Fresh and Salted Meats.
Bring in Your Hides.
Livery, Peed
snd Sale Stable
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Finest turnout« in the city.
Splendid
for transients,
connections.
accommodations
Tele phone
J. W. Jones Pr =p
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THE TROY NEWS
P. L. Orcutt, Publisher.
Prescriptions
Carefully and
accurately
compounded
at . . .
C. V. Johnson's
Drua' Store.
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DRY WOOD on Hand
E. E. Cooper & Co
Graying and Transfering
Duthie pays cash for hides.
IMPORTED
ROSTAN
No. (22730) 1713
ROSTAN was imported from
Bdgium by McLaughlin Bros ,
o Co'timbus, Ohio, and is one
of the finest specimens ot heavy
draft horses ever imported into
the United States. His pedi
gree is of the highest standard.
DESCRIPTION—Rostan lias
excellent action, weighs above
19(i0 lbs., color, a handsome
roan, splendid feet, and was
foaled January 1, 1900.
lie will commence the season
April 1st, and will he at the
following places during the
season as follows:
At Charley King's ranch on Big
Bear Ridge, Mondays, Tuesdays
and Wednesdays.
At the Sandquist farm on Little
Bear Ridge, Thursdays, Fridays
and Saturdays.
To Insure mure
with foal,
Due care will he taken, hut
we cannot he responsible for
accidents.
TERMS:
$20
Belgian Horse Co.
TANEY, Latah Co., Idaho
CHARLEY KING - Manager
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Let us get at your scalp. Our
Shampoos are just right and a
good cleaning will do your hair
good. IDAHO BARBER SHOP.
Just across the street from the Reit
man Hotel.
Lost—A silver cased gentleman's
watch, in the vicinity of Big Meadows.
A liberal reward will be given if left at
39 3t
The News o!Ece in Troy

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