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"Man's Inhumanity to Man."
The average man comes very near being an idiot in taking care of him self. You have seen him wearing a fur cap on his head while his shoes let in the snow and water. He wears an overcoat on his back and nothing but a thin shirt on his chest. He is mighty scared about freezing his fingers while his throat is exposed to blizzards and he is often ailing, or thinks he is. It's herb tea, root tonic, Peter's pills, Paul's pine tar cordials or plasters and cures, until the balance wheel in the machine comes to a stop. Nature wants to keep going, but she can't. He drinks whisky and that clogs the valves; he drinks beer and that clogs the wheels; he pours down lemonade, ginger ale, buttermilk, ice water, tea, coffee and what not, and then wonders why the fires under the boiler do not burn. If you should take an ox and put him through a like performance he'd be dead in a year. The simplest and plainest laws of health are outraged every hour of the day by the average man. Did Adam smoke? Did Eve wear corsets? Did Solomon chew tobaccc? Did Ruth chew gum? Did the chil dren of Israel make for a beer garden after crossing the Red sea? Did Re becca eat gumdrops and ice cream and call for soda water? Adam was the first and was made perfect from head to heel. How long would he remain so after eating a mince pie before going to bed? Sup pose he had slept in a bed room 5x7 with the windows down, the door shut and two dogs under the bed! Suppose Eve had laced herself up in a corset, put on tight shoes, sat up all hours of the night eating her fill of trash and sizzled her hair! When you come to look at the way a man misbehaves himself you can only wonder he ever lived to get there. —Cherokee (Okla.) Messenger. Pure Food Agitation in Early Days. While we are wont to regard the present day pure food agitation as something of a modern fad, there have been Dr. Wileys in far earlier days, as indicated by the following excerpt from the diary of Heinrich Cruger written in 1783: "If I would drink water I must quaff the mawkish contents of a cursed open aqueduct, exposed to all manner of de filement and impregnated with the filth of the town. As for the intoxi cating po'ion sold as wine, it is a vile, unpalatable and pernicious sopnistica tion, balderdashed with cider, spirit and the juice of sloes, bread is a deleterious paste, mixe 1 with chaff, alum and bone aches, in sipid to the taste and destructive to the constitution, guiltless of hops or malt, is vapid and nauseous. The tallowy, rancid mass called butter is manufactured of candle grease and kitchen stuff- The fresh eggs were fresh once. The greens are boiled with brass halfpence in order to improve their color; while the pickles, while very inviting to the eye, are often insupportable rank to the taste, the reason being that in their case also the housewife has boiled a shilling's corn The The table beer, worth or two of halfpence or a pound brass weight in the vinegar."—West Coast Trade. Biggest Bridge on the System. Engineer Croswel that just returned from a trip over the Culdesac-Grange ville extension and furnished some in tersting figures in connection with the engineering features of the monster bridge which will span Lawyer's can yon. Lawyer's canyon bridge will be the largest on the Northern Pacific system and one of the largest railroad bridges in the United States. The structure will be 1300 feet in length and 275 feet high. The steel alone weighs 2,800 tons. Eight 100-foot girders will be used in the construction, each of which weighs 60 tons. Three flat cars were required to transport the first girder from the factory to Culdesac, the girder having arrived at Lapwai station yesterday. Sixty days will be re quired to put this mass of steel in place, every part of which was carefully adjust ed before it left the fartory.—Lewiston Tribune. Whooping Cough. 1 have used Chamherlaiu's Cough Rem edy in my family in cases of whooping cough, and want to tell you that it is the hest medicine I have ever used.— W. F. Gaston, 1'osco, (ia. This remedy is safe and sure. For sale by C. V. Johnson. Census estimates of the population of the United States for 1906 show a total enumeration of 83.941,510 inhabitants, not including non-contiguous territory, an increase from the returns of 1900 of 7,946,935, while, including Alaska and the insular possessions, this country numbers 93.182.140 people. Get posts at the Hour mill. DUTCH") a T« *§»"' Is six years old this spring, weighs 1400 pounds, and is one of the best horses in this section. I le is Ilamhle tonian and Shire, brown in color and has good action. He will stand this season at my place, one-quarter mile north of Troy. f ß* 1 w. -• To insure with foal, $7. i. _s : _ SIMON H. JOHNSON Troy Climate All Right. If the farmers of this vicinity are longing for a milder climate during the winter months, they should take note of the damage that lias lately heen done to the fruit crop in many places through out tiie United Stales, amounting to millions of dollars, as reported by the press dispatches, Thi® enormous dam age lias occurred in climates that aro highly lauded for mildness during the winter. A good coating of snow during the winter holds vegetation hack, mak ing it much less liable to lie damaged by such frosts that have lately visited so many localities with destructive effects. The Price of Health. "Tiie price of health in a malarious district is just 25 cents, the cost of a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills," writes Ella Slayton of Noland, Ark. cleai.se gently and impart new life and vigor to the system. 25c. Satisfaction j gauranteed at C. V. Johnson's drug | store. New Life Pills NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. In the District Court of the Second Judlel | District of Idaho, in and for Uitah county. The Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co., \ a corporation, Plaintiff, f VS. j Defendant. B. B. Tutweller. To Whom It May Concern : State of Idaho» ^ County of Datait. ) I. Axel I*. Rarnstedl. clerk of the above en titled court, do hereby certify that I have is sue i a writ of attachment in the above entitled cauHC against the pror erty of said defendant. In witness whereof, I hereunto set my hand and allix the seal of said court this 12th day of April, A. D. 1907. AX KI. r K A X19TKDT, Clerk. Adrian Nelson, Deputy. apr19 mays > ; SKA,. OKDKU To SHOW CAUSE. In the Probate Court in and for the county of Latah, stale of Idaho. J Ont to show hv order latter of the estate of In the of real CHRIS MADh'ON. Deceased. ! estate should not J lie limite. Ole Miller, tlie administrator ot the estate of Chris Miidson, deceased. havtiiK tiled (letilion herein praYing fur an order of sale of east half of the north east quaner of section 31, and the northwest quarter of the north west quarter of see. ion Sä, township 40, north of range I w. If. M. in Latah County, Idaho, the real estate of said decedent, for the purposes therein set forth. It is therefore ordered by the -Indite of said Court, that all persons interested in the estate of said deceased, lie and appear before the said Probate Court, on Saturday, the ilth day of Mav 1907. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the court mom of said Probate Court, in the court house in said l.atah county to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said administrator to sell so much of the real estate of said deceased, Chris Madson as shall be necessary. it is further ordered, that a copy be published at least four successive wt Issues before the said 2äll, day of May 1 the ' ,- rov News, a newspaper printed and pub lished i'll the said Latah county, Stale of Idaho. rUAHI.KSM. l.PKKNS Prolmtc .Ttiilg Dated litis ITllt day of April, A.II. I «07. iiP.hmr f this order ks, 5 H»7 in l .It OKTAL Court. District IN TIIE _ District of tiie State ok Idaho, In and Fur the County ok Latah. J. L. Naylor, 1 Plaintiff John Hrcvat.ir, A. H.Krcft ^ AUAS HUMMOSS. .lohn Peterson. Marta I. | Peterson, T. K. Castle and Leta Castle, Defendants. J > the above named defendants and euch them the People of tiie .'•late of Idaho send T< Greeting: Yon are herebv notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the Second Judicial District of said s ate, in Moscow, county of Latah, the com plaint of the above named plaintiff in an action brought against you of the nature in general terms as follows: To quiet title to lots A • ml one (1) in block one (1) of Frye's Second Addition to Moscow, Idaho, as shown by recorded plat thereof, and also a piece described as follows : Commencing at a point 101 feet south of the northwest corner of lot thirty-two (32) of McGregor's Addition to Moscow, thence east 132 feet, thence south 15 feet, thence west 1H2 feet, thence north 15 feet to the place of beginning, the particulars more fullv appearing in Plaintiff's complaint on file in tiiis said office to which reference is hereby made. And you are also notified that unless you ap pear and answer to said complaint within ten days after the service hereof, if served within Latah county, and within twenty days If served out « »f said county but within said Judicial District, and within forty days if served out of said district (exclusive of the day of service), the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the re lief demanded in the complaint. Given under my hand and seal of the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for Latah County, this 2tHh day of March, A. 1). 1907. AXEL P. RAMSTKDT, Clerk. ' SEAL By Adrian Nelson, Deputy. Charles Peterson, Attorney for Plaintiff. melT29-apr26 ' 60 YEARS* EXPERIENCE •r Trade Marks Designs ~ rTrT^ ' Copyrights &. c. Anvone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention la probably patentable. Communica tions si rlctly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. 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Benton, de- i ceased, John Brevator, | Latah count y (a municl- ' v pal corporation),and all f owners and Claimants of Lot l, Block '2, and Lot 2, Block 1 of Frye's Second Addition to Moscow, Latah county, Idaho, vs. ALIAS SUMMONS. Defendants. To the above named defendants and to each of them the People of the State of Idaho send Ci reeling : You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the l iera of the District Court of the Second Judicial District of said state, in Moscow, county of Latah, the com plaint of the above named plaintiffs in an action brought against you of the nature in general terms as follows: To quiet title to lot four (4), block two (2), and lot two (2), block one (1) of Frye's Second Addition to the town of Moscow. Idaho, as shown by recorded plat thereof in the office of the Comity Recorder of I^atah county, Idaho, lhe particulars more fully appearing in Plain tiffs' complaint on file in this said office to which reference is hereby made. And you are also notified that unless you ap pearand answer to said complaint within ten days after the service hereof, if served within Latah county, and within twenty days if served f said county but within said Judicial District, and within forty days if served out of said distort (exclusive of the day of service), the Plaintiffs will apidy to the Court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Given under my hand and seal of the District Court < » f the Second Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for Latah county, this 26th day of March, A. I». 1907. AXEL P. RAMSTKDT, Clerk. Hit - ' j MÇAL j Charles Peterson, Attorney for Plaintiffs. meh29-apr2G By Adrian Nelson, Deputy. WALL PAPER . EW STOCK, latest patterns, prettiest designs, all N go to make my new shipment of A\ till Paper one The prices are with of the best ever brought to Troy, in the reach of small pocket-books, and you can't afford to use old newspapers or scraps. 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