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 PRICES and
QUALITY you will readily see that you are
getting a SQUARE DEAL. Call and give cur
stock an iuspecction. Our stock comprises not
only furniture, but the very best to be had in
JOHN H. BOTTEN.
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WHO DO WE HAVE HEAPS OF .SPLENDID .SEASON
ABLE MATERIALS. Do NoT BELIEVE BECAUSE
WE MAKE THE FOLLOWING PRICED ON OUR
DRESS GOOD.S THAT THE QUALITY 1,5 NOT GOOD;
JU5T IN—A BRAND NEW AND COMPLETE LINE OF
MILLINERY. WATCH OUR DISPLAY WINDOW
.SATURDAY. THERE ARE 5oME BEAUTIES.
.75 TO I .00
.60 TO 1.25
Local and Personal.
Get your timothy seed at Wallner's.
S. A. Anderson went to Spokane
A. H. Oversmilh and wife drove to
T. T. Goodson and wife of North
port, Wash., are visiting Mrs. Goodson's
parents, Dave Greear and wife.
Oscar Larson returned from his Chi
cago trip Tuesday. He spent some
time visiting friends in Minnesota, and
brought home some pretty souvenirs of
John Filseth has accepted a position
as planerman at the big mill at Pot
latch and left with his family Wednes
day. He sold his forty acre farm near
Nora to Alfred Johnson.
John Anderson will sell at
vate sale a large portion of his house
hold goods. The articles to be sold
are in good repair, and, of course* will
be sold at prices that will astonish you.
You had better call at once on Mr.
Anderson and take advantage of the
opportunity. Call at office of Troy
Manufacturing Co. 2t
D. M. Eckman will leave next week
for an extended visit in the East. The
Atlantic coast will also be visited, also
Pennsylvania, his native state, which
he has not seen for 37 years.
Timber land to trade for improved
Jack Driscoll has bought from
Charley Sullivan a forty-acre tract on
I The Norwegian Lutheran church is
being painted, papered, and generally
Two stray puppies, dark colored, are
now at the J. E. Corrin place, two
miles south of Troy.
Mrs. Amanda Bellomy will have
charge of the grand millinery display
at Wm. Smith's Store. See the dis
T. H. Christie is painting his store,
putting out a new sign, and tearing
down the old wooden porch. A new
canvas is to be put up.
The interior of Larson's store nas
been remodeled, making it one of the
lightest and neatest in town. His new
stock is arriving and when on the
shelves will give Troy a very pretty
Sam Peterson will leave Monday for
the Bear creek county in the interest
of the Pine Creek Dairy Company of
Spokane. He will endeavor to work
up a cream route, to be shipped from
Deary. The News can recommend
the Pine Creek Company, as they have
a reputation for fairness and honesty
that will insure the farmers of a square
It pays to buy seeds in bulk at
Win. Smith this week received a
car of salt.
Jimmy Greear and wife are rejoicing
over a new boy.
Martin Christie and wife have a son,
A. P. Dethlofs, the tailor, is moving
Amanda Johanson is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Dr. Olson.
L- P. Wallner is putting his store in
line by making some improvements.
Red Cross Stock Food, six feeds for
1c, for sale at Olson & Johnson's.
Can get all kinds of garden seeds at
L. P. Wallner's; all in bulk.
Uncle Josh Lanphear has a black
smith shop for rent in Troy.
John H. Anderson has sold to Otto
and Gust Lindenmn a five-acre tract
near Nora for $600.
R. L. Smith and J. E. Whitson left
Monday for Alberta. Canada, to look
after real estate interests.
C. W. Van Pelt and wile of Leland
visited this week with Dr. and Mrs.
There will be no preaching at the
Methodist church Sunday morning.
League and preaching in the evening.
You do not need to send away for
your seeds this year. Wallner carries a
For Sale or Exchange: Thorough
bred Shorthorn bulls, cows and heifers.
G. J. Bessee, Moscow, Idaho.
Rev. S. D. Hawkins of the Swedish
Lutheran church was too ill to fill his
appointments in the local church Sun*
Joe Nesbit, while logging at his
place near Mica mountain, last Thurs
day, had the misfortune to get a log
rolled onto his legs, breaking one of
A well improved farm needs clean
and good seed. Get some at L. P.
WallneTs; he handles the geunine tim
Tagg's Chemical Chalk—for clean
ing nickel, copper, silver, gold, shoes,
gloves and clothing. For sale only at
Olson & Johnson's.
Miss Maude Sullivan, student at the
Lewiston Normal, visited in Troy the
first of the week, being unable to get
a train home.
Tuesday evening the Endeavor so
ciety of the Christian church gave a
St. Patrick social at the home of M. B.
Peterson. Refreshments, suitable for
the occasion, were served.
Rev. Arnold O. Ulvestad will preach
in the Norwegian Lutheran church
Sunday morning at 11 in Noiwegian,
and at 7:45 p. m. in English.
For Sale. 8 Room House will be
sold at a bargain if taken soon and will
make terms to suit. For particulars
see Nils P. Peterson.
Troy's fruit and vegetable man, Mr.
Abe Compton says Wallner handles
the best garden seeds.
160 acres, 3 1-2 miles from Troy.
10 acres in cultivation; good house and
barn, SO apple trees, plenty good
water, 3500 cords of wood on place,
and 200,000 feet saw timber. 140
acres can be cultivited when timber is
taken off. Good location. CHEAP.
See Scott Ogden.
August Widstrand left for Spokane
Tuesday, suffering with a badly in
flamed eye. Some days ago, while
cutting wood, a chip struck his eye,
and is probably the cause of the pres
ent painful trouble.
J. K Shepherd, while cutting wood
Friday, was struck on the head by
16 inch chunk that fell from the top
of an eight foot pile. His scalp was
cut open for two inches, making
John Fahlquist, one of the best
chine men in the county, has accepted
a position with the Smith Implement
Company of Troy, and will be at the
service of those who buy machinery in
Wanted: Salesmen to inttoduce our
New Commercial Survey of Idaho.
These surveys are a splendid compila
tion of facts, figures and drawings and
of wonderful value. Railroads and in
ter-urban lines are shown up-to-date,
special attention being given to them.
All counties, towns and postoffices
fully indexed and population given.
Many other features too numerous
mention. A splendid opportunity for
energetic men. Rand, McNally & Co.,
Whether resulting from a sprain or
from rheumatic pains, there is nothing
so good for a lame shoulder as Chamber
lain's Pain Balm. Apply it freely ami
rub the parts vigorously at each appli
cation and a quick cure is certain,
sale by C. V. Jonnson.
Be sure and get one of those
Dress Skirts, selling AT COST.
We close at 6:30, sharp.
A creation fresh from the Parisian World is the
sort of Millinery that we sell, and goes a long
ways towards making a dainty woman lock
daintier. Call and see the very latest designs.
C. A. BROMAN.
Anything and Everything.
W e have everything in the druggist line. Our prescription
department is complete. Prescriptions carefully compound
ed, and reliabilty assured.
It yon enjoy reading a good book, call and see our line. We
nave a fine, large line by some of the best authors, and at
reasonable prices. If yon want a special book, that we ngiy
not have in stock, we will order it for you.
C. V. JOHNSON, Druggist.
Rev. C. W. Sanderson, of Moscow,
preached two excellent sermons in the
Christian church Sunday morning and
evening. An effort is being made to
' Sande u 0n t0 P reach here
scrape near Deary a few days ago, in
which Louie Peterson, who lives near
Cornwall, was badly slashed about the
neck with a knife in the hands of his
brother. The matter has been kept
quiet, but it is known that Louie came
to Troy and had a big cut along the
neck sewed up. The knife just
missed the jugular vein. Two bad
cuts were received.
There was some kind of
The stone retaining wall on the Gus
Johnson lots adjoining the school house
; gave way and tumbled over, Sunday, j
This wall was one hundred feet ktf
and ten feet high in the middle. ' j
was built across the draw and the pi I
ley filled, making a very pretty P> eC8 |
of property out of what was an unsight' j
ly gulley. The wall will be rebuilt. ,
Worked Like a Charm. .
Mr. D. N. Walker, editor of that «P^
journal, the Enterprise, Louisa, jj
says: „I ran a nail in my foot last w
and at once applied Bucklen a Ay
Salve. No inflammation f°*J 0 ,, ,i M |<
salve simply healed the wound. 1
sores, burns and skin diseases.
teed at Johnson's, Druggist 2oc.
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