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One of the best and strongest Ironing Boards on the mar ket. Each, $3 .10 An Artistic, High-baojî, j Ann Booking Chair, with fancy embossed cobbler j seat: made of oak, golden finish, strong and dur- ! able Each. $2.48. <2 $! .85 Horseshoe Brand Clothes Wringers; warranted rolls. $ 1.50 Folding Curtain Stretch er—the latest improved— for drying lace curtains. ■3 Vk $14 fl .50 $4 KHftmxrai S • CKUvw» >. 5 HT il « One-inch Hope Portieres, very luintlsome, light or dark green; Idle they last we will sell them at >111 I r w VrTß Are Bargains All Around. I ■ytyWjJgj If $4.50. 5 V m y ■■ 19x42 inch Heavy Jap aned Chil The selling price of every article in our store has be?n reduced to the very j lowest notcn that reliable goods can be sold for at for CASH. We have dren's Bath just received the following shipments of new goods, which will he sold from Tubs j 15 to 20 per cent cheaper than ever: Charter Oak Cook Stoves, Round Oak Chief Ranges, Deming Spray Pumps, Our 1908 line of Wall Paper, Union Lock Poultry Netting, China and Japan Straw Matting, Pitchlake Roofing-Horseshoe Brand, Garden and Grass Seeds. Yours for cash business, vTSI : I WHitewa 4 mid Each $2.50 : \ yfi\ $1^ liKSjg \ White Bowl and Pitcher Price $ 1.13. , The White Washer, g-reatest of all momentum Washers. A Few Points. I»ouble ball-bearing ■■■ — — under the tub, lugh | est speed, easiest running, ioot-power I attachment, tub opens when machine is in full motion, ~ Coat and Hat * Hooks, Each, lc OLSON St JOHNSON i Pupping Pans NOTE: Bankable Notes will be accepted as cash on large purchases. 7x14,each, 15c 10x14, each, 20c 11x16. each, 25c 5-Year Guarantee, ! and numerous other points. Each $14. I7c 54c 1 5- inch Flat Jaw Plies 9c 6- in. Round Jaw Plies 12c 68c. *.. ■ Japanned Cash or 2-Gdllon Buckets, I. C. or Bond Boxes, 5x10% tin. Each, i inches. Each, 1 TIN CUPS at a , price that every household can af ford one or two. 3c j Chamber Pails, Japaned i Asst. Colors. Each, 54 cents. for this $1 Galv. Iron Wash tub. 17 cents. 17 cents. C Aronson DEALER IN Cigars Tobacco Confectionery Ail kinds of Sodas Hot Coffee and Sandwiches. also Pool and Billiards. Main Street, Next to Post Office v i « •4 [4 0 0 o Mt Oregon Short line and Union Pacific Nos. 7-841 No»3-82 MHed 1 'assgr. 6:00 a ml 4.IKipm Nos83-8 Mixed DAILY TRAINS •7 No Passer. lv 8 11 00pm pokane ar Tekoa 1 Pendlton a aWallaWTa 1 6.06 12.30 4 30pm m.lfi 2.15 9:20 7.40 lv Colfax ar Riverside Shawnee Guy Pullman Garrison ar Moscow lv 0.00 8..V>am 9:45 s.aj 9:55 8.10 1 . I SB 10.15 .'G HO 8.17 10.55 ■ 8.05 11.15 >• I'. 4.15 7.42 11.35 I, n 1.00 7.45 K. W. WOODWARD DENTIST »»IVEM.Ïv 0 '' northwkstkrn VRRSlty. CH1CXQO. ««Mover Drug Store. TROY, IDAHO. brands of flour on hand ind for sale by . M. Dutbie. Uppear Bear Ridge Items. The Waller Sawmill Co. are done hauling their own logs, the haul being nearly a hundred thousand feet. Sunday school was held three weeks ago at the Bear Creek school house in district S3, and since then the meet ings have been going on successively, the leaders being Nils Asplund, John P. Corran and Nils Berglund. Otto L. Johnson and family have re covered from a long siege of the grip. Aug. M. Johnson made a trip to Nora Sunday. Valentine day passed by leaving some happy and some sad. The telephone line on upper Bear ridge is now in good working order, having eleven phones on the line in cluding Deary. Ardin Carlson is preparing to de liver twenty thousand feet of logs to the water mill. Ida Nelson is on the sick list The water mill is preparing to putin about 350,000 feet of logs. The will start sawing as soon as the ice goes out. Otto L. Johnson is hauling logs to the mill. Up here we all boost for Deary be it is the nearest town; but we all cause trade at Troy because prices are reason able. time, a prudent man goes with it, a block-head endeavors to go against it. A wise man goes ahead of 160 acres, 3 1-2 miles from Troy. 10 acres in cultivation; good house and barn, 50 apple trees, plenty good water, 3500 cords of wood on place, and 200,000 feet saw timber. be cultivated when timber is taken off. Good location. CHEAP. See Scott Ogden. Divine services will be held in the Trinity Norwegian Lutheran church in Troy, Sunday morning, at 11 o'clock, in the Norwegian language. As the Columbia Conference is holding its annual meeting in Troy, there will be no services in the English language in Trinity church on Sunday evening, but union services will be held in the Swedish Lutheran church instead. Rev. Arnold O. Ulvestad, Pastor. Valuable Remedy for Cold* and Croup. W W. Gray, an attorney at Wenat chee, Wash., says; I have need Cham berlain's Cough Remedy in my family for colds and croup with g'>od results. 1 aim to always keep this remedy in the house. - ' Sold by C. V. Johnson. 140 acres can Neighbors Got Fooled. "I was literally coughing myself to death, and had become too weak to leave my bed: and my neighbors predicted that I would never leave it alive; but they got fooled, for, thanks be to God, 1 was induced to try Dr. King's New Discov ery. It took just four one dollar bottles to completely cure the cough and restore me to good sound health," writes Mrs. Eva Uncapher, of Grovertown, Stark Co , Indiana This King of cough and cold cures, and healer of throat and lungs, is guaranteed by C. Y. Johnson, Druggist. 50c and |100. Trial bottle free. TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNK 3, 1878. Notice lor Publication. United States Land Office, Lewiston, Idaho, February 18,1908. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3,1878 entitled "An act for the sale of titnbet lands in the States of California, Ore gon. Nevada. and Washington Territory," as extended to all the Puolic Land States by act ot August 4, 1892, James B Manson, of Helmer, county of Latah, state of Idaho, has this dav filed in thi- oflf e his sworn statement No. 3243, for the purchase of the Ei. SEVi. Sec. 17, NKVi NEW Sec. 20. N'V>< NWW of section 21 in township 40 N, 1 e b m, and will offer proof to show that the laud sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish Ills claim to said land before tlie Register and Receiver at I.ewiston, Idaho, on Monday, the27th day of April, 1908. He names as witnesses: William is. Miller, Edward Fells, both of Hel mer, Idaho. Joseph O. Mi Comb, Charles O. Portfors, both of t roy, Idaho Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands are requested to file their claims in this ofliee on or before said 27th day of Apr 1. 1908. fet>21apr24 range T, H. Bartlett. Register. 'UMBER LAND ACT, JUNES, 1878. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States Laud Office, Lewiston, Idaho, December Hi, 1907. Notice is hereby given that in compliance w ith the provisions of the ad of Congress June 3, 1878, entitled "An ad for tiie sale of timber lands in the States of California, Ore gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as extended to all the Public Land States by ad of August 4,189?. ClarenceO. Rundle. of Troy, countv of Latah, State of Idaho, has this dav filed in this office his sworn state ment No. 3297, for the purchase of N U S. E. V.. and N. E. % S. W. U of Sec. No. 27, township No. 41 N. range No. 2 W. B. M and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before the Register and Receiver at Lewiston. Idaho, on Friday, the 21st day ot February. 1908. He names as witnesses; August H. Ovcrsmith, James L. Wilkins, Sam B. Peterson, all ot Troy, Idaho; Luther M. Steelsmlth. of Avon, Idaho. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before said 21st day of February. 1908. , , dec20leb21 T. H. Bartlett, Register. of TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878. Notice for Publication, United Staten Land Office, Lewiston, Idaho, January 8th, 1908. Notice 1» hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of of June 3,1878. entitled "an act for the sale of timber lands in the states of California. Oregon Nevada, and Washington Territory ' as ex tended to all the public land states by act of Au * u,t4 'Harriet e.axtell of Avon, county of Latah, state of Idaho, has this day filed in this office her sWO rn statement No. 3316, for the purchase of the lot 4. of sec 6. in township 40 north, range 2 west of Boise meridian, and will offer proof t I No More Credit The credit system means a lot of bad ac counts and bad accouts mean that the merchant must charge more for goods than be would if he always got hist money. We propose to sell hereafter for cash. The man who pays cash will get a cash price. He won't help pay' some other man's debts. Cash or bankable notes will be ac cepted. ■I Smith Implement Co •9 Troy, Idaho, 3 to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or atone than for agrieultuaral purposes, and to establish her claim to said land before the Register and Receiver at Lewiston, Idaho, on Wednesday, tile 18 day of March, 1908. She names as witnesses: Arthur H. Kroll, Phillip Peterson, both of Avon, Idaho, Kate Bliss, Anna Dagnall, both of Clarkston. Wash. Any and all persons claiming Adversely the above described lands are reum* ted to file claims in this office on or before said 18 T, H. Bart eti, Register. - i . m Department °f th- Interior, Land Office, Lew iston. IdHho, December 14,190*. A Hufflcbn (Hontest nffid-.vit having been filed In this office by Olive A. Shaw, of Avon, Idaho, contes'ant against Samuel Dent, Homestead Entry No. 29.*»9, made December 22, 1892, for the WVi N\V'4.8ee.2, r ». and NEV4, 8-c. J7. Twp. 42 N, Range 4 W. B. M , paid Samuel Dent, eiiirymmi, has wholly failed hi, d neglected to, in Any manner, comply with the law in the matter of residence or improvement of cultiva tionof said tract,and ha* failed to submit or offer final prool ln »uuport of said entry ». required * >3 ti"i W ' 5 n< * » e **Kt a *ïm I I < tnvmSni*Ÿîî said laud was not due to his employment lit N y ' Marlne Corps of the United State« a* » private soldier, officer, »ea man. or marine, during the war with . pain, or engaged,'»aid'pirtle»*are herrhy noil fled to appear, respond, and offer evidence touching «aidai legation at 10 o clock «. m. on March U '908. b 8f.ire Register and Receiver (and that final hearing will be held at 10 o'clock a ra. on March 38, 1908, before the Register and Receiver at the United States Land Office in Lewiston, Idaho. The said contestant having, iu proper affida their day of March, 19U8. J h ii 10-Mch 13, CONTEST NOTICE. vit, filed January 3, 1908, set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal e vict of this notice can not he made, it is hereby, ordered and directed that such notice lie givei by due and proper publication. T. H. BARTLETT. Register NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Charley Benson, deceased, Notice is hereby given by the undersignefT», administrator of the es ate of Charley Benson* deceased, to the credit rs of, und afl per ho at* having cIhIitih Against the said deceased, to ex- hibit then» with the neecs-ary vouchers, with- in four mont s Mfter the fl*st publication of this notice, to the said Administrator at the office of He« tl Ogden, in Troy, Idaho, the same being the place for the transaction of the btulne.-ol said estate. In Latah County. Stale of Tdahn Notice for Publication, ncnartmeiit of the interior r Rn d nffw ^ Febriirv l2 19o? NoticeV^ l JS; ob whitesel o( Avon ' IdA L has filed imtteeo"hl» Intenttoa to make final five-year proof in support of his v lz: Homestead Entry No. 11434, made June 17 1!X)5 fer tht . NEy> s w t^, nectlon ». Township 40 n, Range 2, W..B. N. .and that saldi p roo [ w )n be made before '. M. Lukens, Pro Jgf Ju,1 « e ' at Moteow - Idaho ' 0,1 March H e names the following witnesses to pro,« h)B continuous residence upon, and cuitlvaMot 0 ( the i and V lt:John Nan Hook, William Bow „ Phtlllp dämmen», George i von Idaho ' rr w partt ftt öAKlLbll, LOUIS P. WAI.LNKR Administrator of the Estate of Charley Beneon, deceased. jau31mart> Dated at Troy, Idaho. Jan. 29, 1908. Clark, all ot feb21mar27 Register.