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Troy weekly news. (Troy, Idaho) 1897-1933, February 21, 1908, Image 8

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Modern Demands.
For modern demands in Furniture we can sat
isfy the most fastidious. Our stock is complete
and our prices are the most resonable. When
you take into consideration the TRICES and
QUALITY you will readily see that you are
getting a SQUARE DEA L. Call and give cur
stock an inspecction. Our stock comprises not
only furniture, but the very best to be had in
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Carpets
Linoleums
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Chinaware
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JOHN H. BOTTEN.
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HE NEVER TOLD A LIE
and WE Should all BE
the Smz. A Successful
MERCHANT CANT AFFORD To
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THE GREATEST THING GEORGE WASHINGTON
EVER DID WAS To TELL HIS FATHER THAT HE
CUT DOWN THE CHERRY TREE. HE SET A GOOD
"EXAMPLE. IT IS EASY To TELL THE TRUTH
WHEN TELLING THE TRUTH WILL Do YoU No
HARM. BUT ARE THERE NOT MANY WHO TELL
FALSEHOODS FOR IMMEDIATE BENEFIT RATHER
THAN THE TRUTH? IS THE MAN WHO TELLS YOU
THAT HE WILL SELL YOU A SUIT WORTH $20.00
FOR $10.00 TELLING THE TRUTH? IF IT IS
WORTH $20.00 WHY DOES HE ASK ONLY
$10.00? WE MARK OUR GOODS IN PLAIN FIG
URES AND SELL YOU A $ 10.00 SUIT FoR $ 10.00,
AND CHARGE YOU $20.00 FOR A $20.00 SUIT.
WOULD YOU NOT RATHER Do BUSINESS THIS
WSY?
RESPECTFULLY,
The Troy
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WM. SMITH.
Tagg's Chemical Chalk—for clean
ing nickel, copper, silver, gold, shoes,
gloves and clothing. For sale only at
<01son & Johnson's. .
Local and Personal.
The best that's made and cheapest
that's good. Schwarz. Moscow.
Let Schwarz make your clothes.
Best goods, lowest prices. W 3d s*.
Rear First National Bank blk, Moscow.
If you have an old clock that is
"laving off," drag it in and have it put
to work again by Nes^it, the jeweler.
Red Cross Stock Food, six feeds lor
1c, for sale at Olson & Johnson's.
Great reduction in price of all kinds
■ 4 hardware, furniture, carpets, linole
xrrns, china and glassware at Olson &
ohnson's.
Old jewelry repaired and made over,
gold and silver soldering, engraving on
metals, to your entire satisfaction, by
Nesbit, the jeweler.
The biggest line of woolens outside
the large cities,
call and be convinced. Schwarz, rear
First Ntl Bank, Moscow.
"The kind your Grandfather used"
and he was of rare judgment. Profit
by his experience and use Old I. W.
Harper whiskey. Sold by C. W. Tom
son.
When in Moscow
Troy is still the best town in Latah
county, and is surrounded by the very
best agricultural lands in the Inland
Empire. Don't overlook this fact,
The News had the missfortune to
breake the big press running off last
week's issue, but the big casting was
soon niended by Shellebarger & Boom
er, local blacksmiths who did a most
satisfactory job. We will recommend
them to any one needing fixin, and
guarantee they can fix anything except
a broken heart.
The Troy lodge of Modern Wood
men are to have a big social time in
Odd Fellows hall on the evening of
Feb. 27. All members and
that would make a good Chopper are
invited.
The man or woman who • hasn't
enough interest in public affairs to keep
informed and help run things doesn't
deserve to live under a republican form
of government. Eternal vigilance is
the price of liberty. It always will be.
SHAW'S PURE MALT.—Perfect
as a beverage or medicine. It prevents
cnills and tones up the system. It
exhilarates and does not poison. Sold
by C. W. Tompson.
Flowers for funerals, weddings and
parties. Supply always on hand. Call
up or write J. L. Bourn. Moscow.
Orders filled promptly,
lettuce now ready for market.
anyone
Hot house

Wanted: A good working horse,
weight between 1100 and 1200.
quire at this office.
A meeting of the Democratic state
central committee is to be held in
Boise on February 27, to fix the time
and place for holding the two state
conventions of that party this year, the
first of which will select six delegates
to the national convention at Denver
and the second will nominate candi
dates for the state offices.
Matilda Johnson, who came here
from Sweden a year ago, left for Spo
kane Monday. Miss Johnson has been
making her home with J. A. Andeison,
the Nora merchant, and during her
stay has learned some English.
T. W. Bartley of Moscow was in
Troy Saturday.
The Valentine social Friday evening
at the home of Mrs. Atherton was a
big success, the house being crowded
to its capacity. A fine time was had.
F. M. Green was a Lewiston visitor
last week, returning home Saturday.
Jacob McGarvey, charged with in
cest, has confessed, stating that his
criminal relation with his daughter has
been going on for the past seven years
The girl is now 21 and two years ago
gave birth to a child. McGarvey will
certainly get a life sentence at hard la
bor in the pen.
There are two good rules which
ought to be written on every heart:
Never to believe anything bad about
anybody unless you positively know it
to be true: never to tell even that un
less you feel that it is absolutely
necessary.
JFor a felon take common rock salt,
dry in an oven, then pound it fine and
mix with spirits of turpentine in equal
parts put it in a rag and wrap the parts
effected; as it gets dry put on more.
In a letter from Mta- Lem Orton,
now in Alberta, the News is informed
that up to the 6th of this month the
coldest weather at Dewinton so far this
winter was 6 below zero.
E. Ctironister & Son of Big Bear
ridge have announced a big public
sale at their farm Tuesday, March 3,
at 10 a. tn. A lot of stock, farm im
plements and machinery will be sold.
The Troy Lumber & Mfg. Co., are
putting in over three million feet of
logs at their three mills for this season's
run. They have something interesting
to say in their ad this week, which you
are invited to read- It ought to make
you think.
Zue Kresher has opened a butcher
shop in the old Wallner building, next
to Broman's.
The News expects to make a very
interesting announcement next week
regarding the developments in the In
land Empire Copper property. The
tunnel has cut into what is supposed
to be the main ore body, and there is
reason to believe a big strike has been
made.
In
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Among the visitors this week at
tending the Columbia conference is
■Oscar H. Neil, editor of the New
World, published at Bellingham.
Harry Brown of Clarkia, was in Troy
yesterday buying supplies. He is one
of those who finds that it pays to trade
in Troy.
The Columbia conference, in session
this week, is proving a big success.
The attendance is large. Wednesday
evening services were held in English,
and those who attended heard a most
excellent sermon.
J. B. Manson, brother of Johnny, ar
rived the first of the week from Hick
ory, Penn., and will remain here dur
ing the summer.
Johnny Manson left Wednesday for
his old home in Hickory, Penn., after
an absence of more than four
years.
When a man will go unshaved for
40 years because he is afraid to have a
barber shave him, and is finally persuad
ed to have his face trimmed strictly up
to-date at the shaving parlor opposite
the Reitman hotel, and he then de
dares that he has lost 40 years of genu
ine comfort, it is evident that Sletto
can satisfy you in that line. Try him.
A republican thief is no better than
any other brand. The same holds!
goods as to liars.
Many Sleepless Nights. Owing to a Per
sistent Cough. Relief Found at Last.
For several winters past my wife has
been troubled with a most persistent ami
disagreeable cough, which Invariably ex
tended over a perid of several weeks and
caused her many sleepless nights "
wnt. s Will J Hayner, editor of the
Burley, Colo., Bulletin. "Vatioffs rem
edies were tried each year, with no'
beneficial results. In November last the
cough again put in its appearance, and
my wife, acting on the suggestions of a
friend, purchased a bottle of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. The result was
indeed marvelous. After three doses the
cough entirely disappeared and has not
manifested itself since. This remedv is
for sale by C. V. Johnson.
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For a Limited Time
Will sell clucks, Dishes. Hand Tainted Water Sets, Sil
venvare in fact everything in the jewelry line AT \
if, I'EK CENT DISCOUNT- It will pay you to investi
gate.
Gates & Anderson,
Jewlers.
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'pHE ETERNAL QUESTION in
this instance is one of Clothes. Twi
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a year every man is called upon to solve it,
and it is up to us to help you find thé
answer. This year we are better equipped
than ever. The INTERNATIONAL
TAILORING CO. of New York and Chicago have supplied
with a line of Fabrics and Styles which will solve the
us
question for ébery man regardless of his taste. If you
doubt as to what to wear, a call here will put you right Let
us take your measure. Popular prices.
are in
C. A. BISOMAN.
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Anything and Everything.
^ e hfite everything in the druggist line. Our prescription
department is complete. Prescriptions carefully compound
ed, and rehabilty assured.
Books?
I. ™ « °y, rea(Jl !'K a good book, cull and see our line. We
mtson«! 6 ' a - rf?e b - v 8 °me o f the best authors, and at
not hflfn pr f lce ^ If you " ant a special book, that we may
not have m stock, we will order it 1
tor you.
C. V, JOHNSON, Druggist.
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