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A Hardwood Floor of any Color You may Choose for $2.50 We carry all kinds tools, and of the high est quality. And our prices are the lowest ever quoted in this sec tion. Spot cash gets what you want the day you want it at prices that will com pete with mail order houses. Try us and see. Moors which are in too poor condition to be im proved with varnish alone can he made to imitate a genuine hardwood floor with this new patented Graining System. This process does not require the services of a professional wood fin isher. The Graining Tool takes the place of skill and can be successfully used by the inexperi enced man or woman, thus making it possible for any one at a very slight expense to enjoy the luxury of a new hard wood floor. This Graining Com pound when protected by one or two coats of Chi-Namel produces a surface that will out-we:.r any ordinary varnished floor, many times over. Il f J J ' J * y I l tÉsîS mw - I Ik Î I I I V 1 4/i J i OLSON & JOHNSON The term of school at Spring Valley, district 85, beginning Sept. 23, closed Saturday night, March 14, with the following exercises: j Abbie Perry School ! School Closes. I I ' Opening Address Song, ''Our Country's Flag" ReciUtioD, "Driving Home the Mabel Craig >s Dialogue, "The Baby Show. Recitation, "A Temperance Boy" .William Dugger Recitation, "When I Was a Little Lester Dugger t> Dialogue, "Cousin Bell." Recitation, "The First Letter" .Mary Perry Selection, "The Bald Headed Man" Recitation, "Mother's Little Dar .Esther Gunderson Dialogue, "Guess What's In My Pocket." Recitation, "Lay Up Something." Song, ''Vacation Is Coming". Dialogue, "Keeping House." Recitation, "My Little Brother" .Mabel Smith Recitation, "The Soldier's Re Vivian Craig Oscar Anderson j School pneve Dialogue, "Playing School. Recitation, "Do Your Best" .Esther Anderson Recitation, "Empty Your Pockets" Joe Perry Dialogue, "In Want of a Servant" Recitation, "Won't and Will". .Emma Taylor Recitation, "What Whiskey Did lot Me' Dialogue, "Spoopendyke's Trunk, [leading, "Aunt Jamima's Court Anna Anderson .Mr. Perry Joe Gunderson Sti; Recitation, "In Poseyville" Herbert Spencer "Old Maid' Recitation, "My Josiar" [ .Minnie Gephart SelectReading, "The Irrepressible Boy".Emil Freed tolognt, "Country Cousins" Maledictory Esther Anderson FLORENCE McGARY, Teacher. Don't forget that Wallner has re vived a ton of timothy seed. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE I k Trade Marks 7MR4 Designs Copyrights Ac. wffl» ÎÎ2?*?* a *ketch and description may '"»eî kt?u nr'S wV r °Ph»Um free whether ro toiànrir»ft5 5 . Patentable. Communlca ittftS % C Äi*KHAHDB00K on Patent. hlsnSVlw?* egexey for securing patents. ? rou Çh Munn &, Co. receive •«notice, without charge. In the Emilie American. t0l «lon O of e ilî]" u f tTa,e(ï w eekly. T.nrgest clr New York I "to UBce, 626 F 8t„ Wai'nliiaton, D. C. feed Barn. jour team well fed. When . 8 ^.°P "ith me. 1 have Wilson stableon West tttetiE 6 ^ au< ^ w »ll give prompt ltt «ntion to transient trade. EM. SAWYER. Prop. L. P. Wallner handles all kinds of garden and field seeds in bulk, When in Troy try a sack of Genesee flour. Sold by W. M. Duthie. E. R. Headly and wife were down from Moscow the first of the week. n „ . .u,,ll VUJ. Great reduction m price Of all kinds of hardware, furniture, carpets, Imole urns, china and glassware at Olson & 3t Did you see the adv for clothing at iThe Gulden Rule. L. P. Wallner proprietor. Johnson's "The kind your Grandfather used" and he was of rare judgment. Profit hv hk exnerience and use Old I W by IDS experience ana use JOIQ A * • Harper whiskey. Sold by C. W. Tom son. Chief of Police Tom Fisher of Mos cow was in Troy Monday on his way home from Lewiston. He was in Lew iston when the high water put the trains out of commission. Watch for the big display of the latest styles in Millinery at "The Troy," Saturday. Mrs, Amanda Bel loray will have charge of this depart ment, and the big show windows will contain a nice display for one to choose from. On Thursday, the 26 of March, will meeting of the state officers convene a of the W. C. T. Ü. for the purpose of planning the work of the temperance A full attendance of all officers of various departments is desired, persons interested in the temperance work are cordially invited to attend. cause. All SHAW'S PURE MALT.—Perfect beverage or medicine. It prevents as a chills and tones up the system, exhilarates and does not poison. Sold by C. W. Tompson. It Flowers for funerals, weddings and parties. Supply always on hand. write J. L. Bourn, Moscow. Orders filled promptly, lettuce now ready for market. Call up or Hot house 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. 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. Pound at Last. J A. Harmon, of Lizemore, West Va., says: „At last I have found the perfect pill that nev-r disapoints me; and for the benefit of others afflicted with torpid liver and chronic constipation, will say. take Dr. King's New Life Hills. Guar anteed satisfactory. 25c at Johnson s, Druggist. n r White Pine Barn, IRA DAY, Prop. Will appreciate your business. Good teams, and prompt service. Teams left at this barn will re ceive careful attention. j L, Prof. H. A. Howell, of Havana, Cuba, *'Ab long as >1 can remember my mother was a faithful user and friend of Chamherlain's Cough Remedy, but nev er in my Ufa have 1 realized its true value until now, writes Prof. H. A. Howell, of Howell 8 American School, 1 Havana, Cuba. "On the night, of Feb rnary 3rd our baby was taken sick with a very severe cold, the next dav was worge and the following night his con Recommends Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. dit ion was desperate. He could not lia down and it was necessary to have him in the arms every moment. Even then his breathing was difficult. I did not think he would live until morning. At last 1 thought of my mother's remedy Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which we Kave and it afforded prompt relief, and now three days laterf he has fully recovered. Under the circumstances I W'ould not hesitate a moment in saying that Chamherlain's Cough Remedy, and that onlv saved the life of onr dear little boy." For sale by C. V. Johnson. Notice of Dissolution of Co-Partnership. Notice is hereby given that the co partnership made and entered into the 2nd day of January, 1907, by and be tween Ole Bohmara, Gustaf A. Frant zick and Martin A. Frantzick, of Troy, Latah County, Idaho, as co-partners under the firm name and style of "Frantzick Lumber Co.," and since then existing and doing business under that name is this day dissolved by mu tual consent of all the parties thereto. Ole Bohman will continue the busi ness under the name of the Bohman Lumber Co., and will settle all accounts connected with the aforesaid company. Witness our hands this 17th day of February, 1908. OLE BOHMAN, GUSTAF A. FRANTZICK, MARTIN A. FRANTSICK. Notice for Publication. Denari ment of the Interior, United States Land Office ai Lewiston, Idaho, March 11, 1908. is hereby given that Cary B. Ham in-uid, of Jansville. Idaho, has filed notice of his intention to make final five-year proof in suppoit of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No 9470, made November 12, 1902, for the NVfc 8E%, and 8Vfe NE Vi of Section 19. Township 40 Nullité N Runge 1 W., B. M., and that said proof be made before H R. Smith, U. 8. Commission, er, at Moscow, Idaho, on Apri. 28,1908. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of. the land, viz: John J Smith, of Avon, Idaho, Martin Magnuson, John G. Liner, John Henson, all of Jansville Idaho. T.H.BARTLETT, Register. mar20 apri 124 Notice for Publication. f the Interior, Land Office at Department Lewiston, Idaho, February 12,1908. Notice is herebv given that Jacob W hilesel. of Avon, Idaho, lias filed notice of his intention to make final commutation proof In support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 11434, made June 17, 1906, for the 8v\' 4 . Section 9, Township 4U n, Range 2, W., B. .V.and that said proof will be made before <\ M. Luken«, 1 re bate Judge, at Mo.cow, Idaho, on March 28, 1908 He names the following witnesses to prove i. and cultivation his continuous residence upon of, the land, vlz;John VanHook, NN il lam Bow , Phillip Clem mens, George Clark, all of Avon, Idano. _ T. H. BARTLETT, Register. er feb21mar27 TIMUER LAND. ACT JUNE 3. 1878. Notice for Publication, , United Slates Land Office, Lewiston, Idaho, M Notice 'hThereby given that in eompliance with the provisions oi 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 August,4, WgjjNUAN BUCHANAN, of Davenport, count' of Lincoln, state of ash Ington, has this day filed in this ofllce his of sw'orn statement No. 33C4, the S'4 HKVi of sectl n 12, NWV4 NLVi.and NE i N\VV.of seetion 13, in township40 north, range i east of Boise meridian, and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural our Doses, and to establish his elaim to said LmlT before the Register and Receiver at Lewiston, Idaho, on Tuesday, the 26th day of M He name« as witnesses: Ge.*r8e Edward WU ton. of Princeton. Idaho. John C. Lester, oi 4ookane Washington, James C. , Potlatch, Idaho. Arthur Hayman Wilton, of Pr Àny e and lirons claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to file their claim* in this office on or before said 26th dav of May, 1908. uiar 2 U-may 22 T. H. Bartiett, Register. CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, Land Office, Lew iß ton. Idaho, December 14, 1907. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in thin office by Olive A. Shaw, of Avon, Idaho, contestant. against Samuel Dent, Homestead ^"i r ^v^^c'.S a and > E** , NKy 4 22 àic 92 26 ° r Twp e 42 N, Range 4 W. B. M* said Samuel'Dent, %<%*•*£* .matter of residence or improvement of cultiva tionof said tract,and ha* failed to submit or offer ! «"al P ro ° » > n eut .port of said entry as required I the Army, Navy, or Marine Corps of the United Stales as »private soldier, officer, sea , Cm^aTothir wa?*lS"which th.'üïllS mat be engaged, said parties are hereby notl «cd to appear respond and offer evidence Re," (nnd tliai final hearing will be held nt 10 g|g* r \j«* 0 H ^ ( t?.iWmtw"tst LaSd OfflM In Lewiston, Idaho The said contestant having, in proper affida ^ÄiÄatTri'ÄlpÄrä ot this noli( , e can i, e made, it is hereby 1 ordered and directed that such notice be given t y due and proper Pjjbhcjtlon * Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office, at Lewiston, Idaho, March 11, 19<»8. Notice is hereby given that John J. Smith, one of the heirs of Laura Smith, deceased, of Avon, Idaho, has tiled notice of his intention to _,__ 89 make final five-year proof In support of his elaim,vix: Homestead Entry No. M90, made October 26,1901, for the NVfc NEl£, Section 19, Township 40 N.. Range 1 W., B. M., and that said proof will be made before H. R. Smith. U. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuons residence upon, and cultivation of, Ihe land, via: Cary B. Hammond, Martin Magnuson, John G. Liner, John Benson, all ot Jansville, Idaho. S. Commissioner, at Moscow, Idaho, on April 28, 1908. T. H. BARTLETT. Register. mar20 apr24 TIMBER LAND ACT. JUNE 3, 1878. NOTICE POM »TBLICATION. United States Land Office, Lewiston, Idaho. February 27,1908. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 8, 18/8, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands In the States of California, Ore gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as extended to all the Public Land States by act I : Claude B. Cole. | of Moscow, county of Latah. State of Idaho, has this day filed in this office his sworn state- ! ment No. 3350, for the purchase of Lot 4, See. 5, ; lots 1 and 8, SEVL NEV., and NEV. SEV. of Sec tlonS, township No. 40 N. range No. S E. B. M. and will offer proof to show that the land Nought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes,and to establish hiselaiin to said lana before the Register and Receiver at Lewiston, Idaho, on Tuesday, the 12th day of May. 1908. He names as witnesses: : Edwin Shaw. Henrv Bentz, both of Avon,, Idah. EziaL. Cole, David B. Burch, both of Moscow, Idaho. Any «nd all persons claiming adversely the ! above-described lands art* requested to file their claims in this office on or before said 12th day oi May. 1908. marfiinayS of August 4, 1897, T. H. Bartlett, Register. Spring Millinery. /VIISS HELEN RODENER will open up a complete line of Spring Millinery in the rooms over Larson's Store, TUESDAY, MAR. 24 . A beautiful line of Pattern Hats will be on display. Sheriff's Sale. j i NAYLOR Y Plaintiff ' V8 * p KELSEY 'Defendant. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION, Issued out of the District Court of the Second Judicial Defendant, upon a Judgment rendered the 3îï» of ^ 0 J em ber, l.K)7, lor the sum of One ".X'rs® iu'u I'SoM^Cota* bealdes tmereat a^ Ä' title,claim and interest of KHid £ * Estate fo-wfl- t0 ' ^ ,oIlowin * de,,cr,b e* The S..utK«t Quarter of the- Northwest Quarter ( 8 . E., N. \\.) of Section (26), Township forty I«) »«*rth, Range Fotu (4), W. B. M. In Public Notice is Hereby Given, that I will on Saturday,the 2Hth day of March.P.SVt.aHO o'clock ™Wto fc îî£ lion, for United States (told Coin all the right, j* 11 ®' ® laim and interest of said Defendant, f. Slir >' to rake sufficient amount to satisfy said l''fl? m ® ,lt * with interest and costs, etc., to the "BSeVît Mo^w.^dèho, .hi. 2nd. day of I March, 1908. J J, KEANE, sherfft By J. IV. I.ieuallen, Deputy. I NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SADE ; OF HEAL ESTATE UNDER EXECUTION. pon all right. Defendant, J. Department of the Interior, 1 and Office at Low iston, Idaho. February 24, 1908. Notice is hereby Notice for Publication, given that George E. Wilton, Notice is_ of Princeton, Idaho, has filed notice of his in tentlon to make final five-year pmof in support of his claim, viz : Homestead Entry No. 10097, made April 22, 1904, for the WKV 4 NWJ^, EV$ SWJ^, and 8W^ SWV4 Section 1. Townshfp 40 N, Range 4 W.,B. M.. and that said proof will he made before Register s Idaho, on April 8.1908. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuouse residence upon, and cultiva : tion of, the lai d, viz: d Receiver at Lewiston, lanifh L. V ickrcN , of Juliaetta, Idaho, John M Cone, Lew is C. Cons, Marcus L. Robinson* all of Princeton. Idaho. f28apr8 T. H. B/ KTLETf, Register. TIMBER LAND, AUT JUNE 3, 1878. Notice for Publication. ° ,floe • Lewls,on ' 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 tlmbei lands m the States .if California, Ore gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory,* as extended to all the Pu olio Laud States by aot : oi August 4, 1892, James B Manaon, of Helmer, county of Latah, stale of Idaho, ! has this day filed in thl- offl e his sworn ; statement No. 3248. for the purchase of the EU SEV<. Sec. 17, NEV. NEV. Sec. 20, N«!-. Ml V. of section 21 in township to N, range 1 e 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 hl» claim to said land before the Register and Receiver at I.ewiNton, Idaho, on Monday, the27lh day of April, 1908. : He names as witnesses: ' , William S. Miller. Edward Felts, both of Hel nier, Idaho, Joseph O. MeComb, of I roy, Idaho. Charles O. Portfors, of clarkia, Idaho. ! Any and all persons claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to file their claims In this office on or before said 2.th du y of Apr 1. 1908. feb21apr24 T. H. Bartlett. Register.