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Troy Weekly News
T ROY, LATAH COUNTY, IDAHO, FEBRUARY 28, 1908. VOR D NO. 35 County Printing. been made by A f D f m Troy h News will hereafter it s readers the full commissioners' Les together with the delrn , fax Hst, just as we have done for two years. It will not be JeS, for any reader of the Troy subscribe for the Moscow complete details of all proceedings. The Kendrick Moscow Star-Mirror and , News will all supply their jd e[s with this service. It will be "official" as any ft lews to lost to get ont» uette, the that can be stas arrangement will be i This new „h better than the old way of crowd . oat local news for two issues while is matter monopolizes the space. Jibe extra, in supplement form, and mt just as promptly as Auditor Ram ,dt will furnish the copy. it Compare Notes. It »ill be remembered that the Mos » Post, as one reason in excuse of s arbitrary letting of the county luting to the Post, was that the Post a "big paper." Well, now size ally counts along the line of circu And the Troy News has the ■dation. taxpayers the Post. ■«enge Mr. Fields to submit sub Kption lists to an impartial corn ice, he to select one, the News at led one, and these two another, ■the time of awarding the printing News had 800 and the Post not 500, and we know what we are lag about. We will bet that George not accept the challenge. Watch smoke. We serve fifty percent in Latah county than Now we are going to Troy Has Copper. There can be little doubt about the ; that there is a rich copper deposit l east of Troy. The new tunnel, the Inland Empire Copper mine, at 180 foot level, has cut into a lead lark colored ore, an assay of which iws gold 42 cents, silver $1.23, and Bpet 14.31 per cent. At the pre t extremely low quotation of 12 cents per pound, the ore carries ses totaling 837.42. There are five of this stringer already cut, and pibly much more. The ground for next 100 feet is full of stringers, pit of which assayed rich in the 1er workings, and there is dow p reason to feel that the company I soon demonstrate that Troy really [s big èopper mine. The com », to show that it is not blowing, les those interested to visit the lerty six miles east of Troy. They Is the goods and "can show you." Is of the new ore is full of copper, By to the naked eye, and an assay ■ certainly prove that the new strike ■ more importance than most people Î. hie Larson, attending tlje Univer st Moscow spent Sunday with her r.: ; . Hunting for Trouble. hfIFod.in California 20 years, and r 111 hunting for trouble in the way Pyns, sores, wounds, boils, cuts, r- a case °* that Bucklen's li , h, ? won't quickly cure," writes i y " a 'ters, of Alleghaney, Sierra I • o use hunting Mr. Walters; it F or money refunded at C. V. John I drug store. 25c. ^J-full Pound Can- 25 c CRESCENT G AND 4 [M 'OSP H AT E '»king Powder. ■thï J 1 "* ''» ice Of The ■ Cream Of Tar ■l And Twice As BRADY REPRESENTS REPUBLICAN DISHONOR IN IDAHO. The News is making no personal fight against James H. Brady for govern or. We are opposed to him because we dislike political trickery, ring rule and party dishonor, all of which has been exemplified to a pronounced degiee dur ing the past four years. As chairman of the republican state central committee, f there is evidence that Mr. Brady has contributed to this condition. He has certainly not raised his voice, nor used his influence, in behalf of clean poli- ! tics, nor strained himself trying to compel his supporters to redeem the pledges of his party. As chairman he did use his influence to whip the "in surgents" into line. As a republican leader Mr. Brady did try to break the combine of honest republicans who broke away because the leaders insisted repudiating every plank in the republican platform. Mr. Brady, it is alleged, did say: Carry out the platform," but his every action was in direct opposi tion. He is today among the guiltiest of the gang whose work spelled " pudiation." That Mr. Brady's work has been in perfect harmony with the re pudiators, the traitors, the party ringsters of Idaho, is positively proven by the recent trend of events. The repudiators have picked Brady as their choice for; governor. Would they favor a man who had ever opposed them? If so why the opposition to men like Tommy Jones of Shoshone county, or Mulalley of Latah? Brady does not represent the people of Idaho. He stands for political treachery, and re; resents all that is vile and shameful and dishonest in ! the civic life of our state. In his letter announcing his candidacy he speaks of j "unsullied dignity and untarnished honor," as though such things were part ; or parcel of republicanism or Bradyism in Idaho. He mentions Roosevelt as ! though there was anything in common between the political records, ideals or public conduct of President Roosevelt and Boss Brady; as though there was no ; difference between the disgraceful record of republicanism in Idaho, as we now I know it under Brady, and the clean, patriotic, unselfish work of that great lead- j er and president, Theodore Roosevelt. Brady may be nominated. He has built up a political machine with the ' power to name the next republican state ticket from top to bottom, and there ! is reason to believe that this ticket is already known. But that machine cannot compel any citizen to support it. Nor will an appeal to the popular record of j President Roosevelt help deceive the voters of this state. Hundreds of repub licans will desert the standard if Brady is forced upon them, and will exert I every effort to defeat him. They will have no more of repudition in this state, 1 and Brady represents repudiation. on re The Singers Are Coming, The Daily Oregon Statesman of Port land says: "Appearing on the platform in overalls and blouses and colored mother hubbard-like dresses, with red j handkerchiefs around their necks or upon their heads like the old southern "mammies" used to wear away down where the cotton fields bloom in whiteness, and bringing a breath from sunny south, The Tennessee Jubilee Singers, who appeared at the First Methodist church last night, made an instantaneous hit and captured the hearts of the large and appreciative audience. In spite of the inclemency of the weather there was an excellent crowd out. But those who went were glad that Jupiter Pluvius did not dis courage them for their reward was such as is given to those who dare to take a good opportunity when it comes their way. The company of Jubilee singers number eight, and the way they sing does the weary heart good. One does not hear the old and worn out popular 'airs that are threadbare, but the songs that come near to the heart and are "Steal Awa\ to "There's a Jubilee," "Swing a favorites, such as Jesus," Low Sweet Chariot," "Roll, Jordan, Roll," and "Peter, Go Ring Dem Bells." No company has ever visited Troy that came so highly recommended. Their singing brings the most flatter ing notices from the press and pulpit. It will be a rare treat. Put It to a Vote. The News is informed that the state is ready to buy any amount of school bonds this district can vote, and the question of a new school house is be ing agitated. The district needs more and just now would be the most Both labor room opportune time to build, and material is now more reasonable and the district could get a better building for the money than at any other time. Besides, it would increase population, stimulate others to improve property, and add to the value of every farm near Troy. The money can be had at 5 per cent interest and $10,000 will put up the building. The News is requested to suggest a special elec tion when the patrons of the district could decide the matter. As evidence of the business condi tion of Troy Postmaster Olson says there is an increased business oyer a This shows that Troy is on year ago. . the upgrade and enjoying a substantial business development. This section really has little cruse for complaint. A Valuable Lesson. "Six years ago 1 leaned a valuable les son." writes John Pleasant,' of Mag nolia, Ind. "I then began taking Dr. King's New Life Pills, and the longer 1 take them the better I find them. They please everybody. Guaranteed at C. V. Johnson's, druggist. 25c. Things Moscow Has. Moscow has many things of which j an y town ought to be Droud. Among them are two modern hospitals, equip with every convenience and pro- ! vided with every devise necessary for the most delicate operation. These institutions compare favorably with the best hospitals in the larger cities, and are the means of bringing to Moscow jj thousands of dollars annually that would I go out of the community. Another is V a fine laundry, with a pay-roll of about L $50 per day, that turns out a high * class of work and has branchfes in £ every town in the tributary territory. It has one of the finest hotels in the | Inland Empire, run by George Gale, one of the most popular hotel men in i the country. It has a business college under the management of T. N. Creek-j mur, that offers a complete business course, just as good as can be had in larger towns, character of its graduates, home insurance company that is fast developing into a strong institution; and is just seeing the opening up of a factory for the turning ouj. of those new combined harvesters that are des- ; tined to revolutionize the farming in- ! dustry of the West. This is backed by Jerome Day, the young mining man, who, with his capital, is doing more than any other citizen of Moscow to give his town a permanent pay-roll. Moscow has so many good things that her citizens ought to forget their petty, personal quarrels, drop the public school fight, and, with a united push, whoop it up for their town. It would the value of Moscow real fact proven by the It has a increase estate, build up her population and drive away the blues that have so long poisoned the atmosphere at the county capital. i Farm to Rent A well-improved timbered farm to rent on Texas ridge. Also want ties ties made, wood chopping and logging on same. Good chance for right man. j E. R. Wiswell, Pullman, Wash. Hay For Sale. 25 tons of bundle wheat and oat hay, 4 miles south of Troy. E. A. Whitesel, R. F. D. 1. When in Troy try a sack of Genesee flour. Sold by W. M. Duthie. Rising From the Grave. manufacturer, Wm. A. , A prominent Fertwell, of Lucama, N. C., relates a most remarkable experience. _ __ He says:; "After taking less than three bottles of Electric Bitters, I feel like one rising from the grave. My trouole is Brights disease, in the Diabetes 6tage. I fully believe Electric Bitters will cure me permanently, for it has already stopped the liver and bladder complications which have troubled me for vearf. Guaranteed at C. V. Johnson's, druggist. Price only 50c. 1 Bank of Troy u DIRCETORS 0FEICER8. ; T. H. BREWER. President W. M. »UTHIE, Vier t'rraident I) M. Kl K M AN, Cashier JENNIE V. Et'KMAN, A at. Cashier T. H. BREW EH W H. EHLEN T H. 1 H h 181*1 K I). M. ECK Man W. M DUTHIE I* caring for many interests while capitalizing none. attention to the concerns tlie people of Latah County and con serve the interests of our customers. Wall si reel methods of "High-Finance" are not practiced at this bank. When you depo-r your money here you can rest assured it will he ready for you when you want it. Don't wait—open an ac count now. Considerate Conservatism in Banking SVe give Good Bread Troida Gold Seal u r i It makes no differ ence how much there îb op your table it is a poor meal without good bread and good bread calls for if U Good Flour. Two If you use either the Troida or Gold Seal you will be satisfied. Best Brands of Flour. The Troy Roller Mills have been thoroughly over hauled and placed in charge of one of the best millers in the Northwest. Now we invite the public to give Troy Flour a.fair trial. When you do 3 r ou will have good bread. V _ MILLS VOLLMER - ROLLER Latah County Abstract & Title Guarantee Co. ^ I L * £ ^ Only Bonded Abstract Company in Latah County. Bonded by the American Surety Company of New York in the «um of #10,000. Address all orders to S. H. R. McGowan Moscow, Idaho. : secy. J First Bank of Troy Capital Fully Paid $20,000.00 GENERAL BANKING First, To extend to the Troy Public the Advantages of a P'irst Class Home-Banking Institution. OFFICERS : Ô. A. Johnson, President, Jno. P. Pollmer, Vice President. S. A. Anderson, Cashier. 1 T. J. Cooper, Asst. Cashier. DIRECTORS: Oscar Larson. Emil Nelson. Jno. P. Vollmer. O. A. Johnson. S. A. Anderson. Your business, small or large, solicited and appreciated. We pledge our best services for your convenience and safety. Promptly. YOU DON'T HAVE TO WAIT A WEEK OR TWO, but can have it the same day if you desire—and you know it will be done right, if you leave your repairing with B. F. Nesbit, Jeweler and Optician. Farmers, Attention ! , We believe the time is close at hand when you will want your Lumber bills figured. Call at our office at Troy and let us give you our prices. Lumber is going up in prices so do not wait until tomorrow; do it today. j Falls City Lumber Co.