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) o o r 0 I OREGON Ip short Line Union Pacific AW) \ ofiSl-7 Passgr. Nos83-8 .Mixed DAILY trains - , 7-M jllied P<W r f* i" 0 '' V 11 00tun uane ar <»koa 9 1 pcndlton a] 4 80pm h WallaWTft Ij 2.15 lv Colfax Riverside Shawnee Guy Pullman Garrison Moscow lv îv> 8.65am 8.30 8.26 0.00 6 25 7.40 9:20 8.05 9:45 •vr. 8.10 8.17 5 IK) 8 20 1 -. >' 4.35 8.05 8.35 10 55 4 15 : v_* 8.45 1115 7.45 l DO I 8,50 ar 1135 \ ?» Nié 66 ONE BLACK percheron King »» ll )NE BAY ;lyde ♦ ätm I ' i ...... 5? makê thê season ol 1908 at the 'Hiniot larm one mile south of Troy. ■ TERMS; Single l«ap, $4 00; insure thiiflrith loal, 88.00; standing colt, 810.00. J. A. Arnot & Son. FOR SALE. k 30-horse power Boiler and. En gine; will take wood, lumber or livestock in exchange for same. Address Jos. Portz, Uniontown, Wash. I.P. CARLSON Veterinary Surgeon ♦ fill be in Troy Sat., May 23. at loues' Livery barn. Moscow Wee at Cletnans & Lloyd's barn. , BONDS FOR 8\LE. ^■notice is hereby given that sealed bids will ved Ht the office of the (Merk of School tuber 81, Latah County, State of Jjho, up to 2 o'clock P. M. on Sat urday, the jjnaav of May. 1908, for the purchase of twelve J Ibuitnd dollar Bonds issued by said Jwi District number 31 for the purpose of ill i£ ft,,ew s (!hool house in said District an ill necessary furniture. Wd Bond* will be in the denomination of ^Tnousind Dollars each, bearing interest at «tenot exceeding five percent per annum, _iS!« semi-annually, principal and Interest b it the office of the County Treasurer inS? (:ount y. state of Idaho. Said Bonds Î > pH . vahl, ' l 'venty years from date of is k * c * a, , u J ^ niable at the pleasure of ^School District at any time a ter ten L fro ^ thereof, and each bond ln the order it is numbered. the said b<>nds are hereby in 1 l Wl11 reived at ihe office of the S? h ? the ® R W District Number 81 at Troy. ovirLÎl 0 n n ii ' stHte «f Idaho, up tothe hour of »a <<k °* Saturday, the 16thday of May, AllhLi, u „ tid S -\\ the rate of interest which 3d nr i dR wl ] 1 bear - Sai<! bonds wilt not »*? tid In r ! huu P Hr ' t he right to reject any n 'lL b i dB iR served. u ted Troy, Idaho, April 15,1908. Hf.rk «f a . OLOF OIXON, » itv k s?It St>h f 0 ?!i Dislric t number 31. Latah **ty, 8tate of Idaho. aprl7may8 Notice for Publication. lhe Interior, Land Office at N»^no, February 25, ISO«. "Avon üLcti that James H. Nesbit, 1 mtk. s. V' *, liR fi| ed notice of his intention mS " 'At Jive year proof In support •111 ism'? """"■stead Entry No. 9*48, ma C'î w' J 8 F. V ' • Secihm 23. Tow nsh i p <>f made K«'2"w' "u "t.'s' Heel ion 23, Township 41 N , that said proof will «ta cow ia.v Lukem, Probate Judge, ae r ,,J'; ', »ho on May 27, 190* « Hie (nllnwiiio witnui ""'tinmin.'. , °, 1 J l ' wi,1 K witnesses to prove the i»»Si Ui r ^ fc ^ d ®nce upon, and cultivation 'QQdkîord U** 12 ; Henry Bentz, John H. Jl °tAvon h£ho J J °hn Vauhook T. H. BARTLETT. Register. l P»17iu i y22 X Snaps!--Snaps!--Snaps! j: Sweeping The Field SNAPS OF ALL KINDS. Close-Outs. What the New 1908 De Laval Cream Separators Are Doing. We have decided to discontinue carrying the following lines in stock, and while the present stock lasts we will sell Blacksmith Coal at $18.00 per ton Bar Iron at 31-2 cents per pound Horse Shoes at 5 1-2 cents per pound Wagon Spokes at II cents each Wagon Felloes 12 1-2 cents each. Reports are arriving in everv mail from Main to California ami CnnadR to Florida, telling of how the New Improved DeLaval Cream Separat re are Sweeping all would-be eompet.it ion aside. Cow owner? and separator users every where cannot say enough in praise of the New DeLaval. Evep competitors are admitting its vastly increased superiority and marvelling at its many conveniences, perfect shimming qualities, ease of running, great simplicity, durability and beauty of design. The new DeLaval is ten years in advance of any other separator made today. Nothing like it has ever been produced before ami to have done so now is only possible after three yearB of constant experimenting by the world's best engineers and mechanical experts hacked up by our thirty years of experience in the manufacture and sale of nearly a million separators. Improve ments have been made in every feature and several brand new styles and capacities introduced. There is a machine for every size dairy from the smallest to the largest and at a price that will fit every pocket, while you may buy for cash or on terms so liberal that the machine will actually pay for itself. If yon own one ore more cows you can make no more protit able investment thon to purchase a DeLoval machine atonre. It will save its cost in less than a year and after a week's use you will prize it as the most valuable implement on your farm. Ask for a free demonstration at your own home and send for catalog illustrating and describing De Your only regret will be that you Rugs r ISlvSvS? Carpets Linoleums and Straw . Matting gfi At Rock-Bottom Prices. mi II! Ill ûàm 4 1 i 'Imji our handsome new Laval machines in detail, didn't do so sooner. SFFDS! Don't forget we are headquarters for JL'L'L/J, Fresh Garden and Grass Seeds. all kinds of OLSON & JOHNSON, Agts. ! Olson & Johnson Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, United States Lund Office.at Lewiston, Idaho. Ma' 5,1808. Notice is hereby given that Gust K.Tonning, of Moncow, Idaho, who, ou May 5, 1908, made Timber and Stone 8w rn Maternent, No 3403, for N % 8W» /4 , SEÎ4 NWJ4, a 1 d Lot C, Sect on 5, Township 40, North, Ua g** 3, Earn, Boise Mer idian, has tiled notice of his intention to make Final Proof, to es ablish claim to the land above described, before IL R. Smith. I T . S. Commissioner, at Moscow, Idaho, on the 23rd day of July, 1908. claimant names a« witnesses: Charles W. Shields, Mary M. Shields. I einma E. Munson, all of Mo-cow, Idaho, Edwin Snow, of A Idaho. T. H. BARTLETT; Register. may8JulylO Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho. May 5, 1908. Notice is hereby given that t arry G. onning, of Moscow, who on Mav 5, 1908, made Timber and Stone Sworn Statement. No. 8407, for SU NEW, and Lots 7 and », Section 5, Township 40 North. Range 3 East, Boise Meridian. has tiled notice of inten tion to make Final Proof, to estab lish claim to the land above described, before H. R. Smith, V. S. Commissioner, at Moscow, Idaho, on the 23rt dav of July, 1908. Claimant names as of Avon, Idaho. Charles W. Shieks. Mary M Shields, Ezra Cole, all of Moscow, Idaho. T.H.BARTLETT, Register. Eil win Shaw, tueuse- : maySjulylO TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878. Notice for Publication. United States Land office, Lewiston, Idaho, April 13,1908. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the* act of Congres* of June 3, 1878 entitled "An act for the sale of timbet lands in the States of California, Ore gon. Nevada, and Washington Territory,» as extended to'alMhe Puolic Laud States by act oi August 4, 1892, Charles B. Holt, of Moscow, county oi Latah, state ol Idaho, has this day filed in thi- office his sworn statement No. 3391, (or the purchase ol the SK'i KE 1 I, See. ill, \V'j 8\\ V4, »nd H\\ Vi NWt< 32 in township 42 N, range No. 1 \V.. 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 R. Smith, U. S Land Commissioner, at Moscow, Idaho, on Thursday, the lfith day July, 1906. He names as witnesses : Chris A Hagen, Ueorge H. Cushing. Edward McGuire, all of Moscow, Idaho, Elwood S. Cook, of Princeton, Idaho. Anv and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before »aid 16lh mayelul'yio l!K * b ' T. H. Bartleit. Register. of section II : TIMBER LA. * ' ' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, United States Land Office, L April 3,1908. . Notice is hereby given that 1,1 r jvith the provisions of the act of congres, ot lune 3, 1878. entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the Htates of ( Hliforma, ^ rc rou, Nevada, and Washington lor t tory , extended to ali the Public Land states b> uf August4,1892, Arthur J. Draper, of Moscow, cou n tv of Latah, State of Waho. has this day filed in this office his sworn state ment No. A383, for the purchase ot *'* ^ v i 8E V 4 , and S Vi SW of Section L, and^ E/ 4 - E 14 of Section 11. in lownabip .19 S , Range No. 2 E. B. M„ and will offer P r< ^ r ^° VH n,ab?e the land sought is n Ï r « «wit u r «U for its umber or stone than for Hgric.uiturai ! purposes, and to estab ish his « a 1 ^«d land before H. R. smith, I , K . C t °J" | at Moscow, Idaho,on \Nednesda> , thi - of June, 1908.. He names as witnesses. John M. Belloiny, of Troy, îdah Schuh, of Park. Idaho, Joseph . riarkia Troy. Idaho, Charles O. Portfora, of ( larkia, Idaho. , . ndverselv the Any and all perrons claiming adverselj t above-described 1 d8 r4 .* r f n r ^ q ..*5 n e f ore KK id their claims in thi« office on or betöre saio 24th day of June, 190». aprl7june24 iston, Idaho, plia nee as act Ira D. •tub, of T. H. Bartlett, Register. There is a reason why my patronage has increased so rapidly since I opened a barber shop in Troy. Everything neat and clean and satisiactory. t Fred Rice, Hays old stand. Charles Yarber, of Lewiston, county of Ne* Perce, stale of Ida ho, has this day filed in this office ins sworn i statement No. 2378, for the purchase of the W Vi SEW, REV, SWM Section 5, and NEy, NWV, of section No. 8, in township No. 41. n range No. 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 his claim to said \ land before the Register ami Receiver at Lewiston, Idaho on Monday, me 15th day of June 1908. He names as witnesses; Louis Herrington, John Davis, Alfred Arnold, . all of Lewiston, Idaho. TIMBER LAND. ACT JUNE 3. 1878. Notice for Publication. United States Land Office, Lewiston, Idaho, March 27th, 1906. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of ihe June 3, 1878, entitled "an ?t of < on g re#* of *t for the sale of timber lands in the states of California, Oregon Nevada, and Washington Territory." as ex leuded to ail the public land states by August 4, 1892, 't of Ed. Knight Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands are requested to tile their claims in this office on or before said 15th day of Jne,19U6. T. H. BARTLETT. Register. aprlO junel2 ORDER TO SHOW CADRE. In the Probate Court in and for the County of Latah, State of Idaho. Order to Show In the Matter of the Estate of ) Cause Why Ord of Sale of Kcal Hannah Brantiugand August Branting, Deceased. Estate should not be made. Peter Mattson, the administrator of the täte of Hannah Branting and August Branting, deceased, having filed his petition herein pray ing for an order of sale of all personal prop erty and the following described Ri al Estate, to-wit : The South est Quarter of the South-east Quarter, the South-east Quarter of the South west Quarter and the South Half of the North west Quarter of the 'outh-east Quarter, See 34, Twp. 40 North, R. 3 \\\, B. AL, Latah Co., Idaho, the real eat ate of said decedent, for the pur poses therein set forth. It is Thkkkkorr Ordered by the Judge of said Court, that all persons interested in the estate of the said deceased, be apd 'appear be fore the said Probate Court on Saturday, •23r«l day of Mav. A forenoon of said da> Probate Court, in the Court House tali County to show cause why an « not be granted to the said administrator to sell ho much *»i the real estate ceased Han as shall b»* necessary It is Fi rmier Ordered, That a copy of this •coast ve the là 1908,at 11 o'clock in the at theCourt Room of said in said La rder should of the said de h Branting and August Branting, t least four re the said 23rd day 1908, in the Troy News, a newspaper prit» and published in the said Latah County, State of Idaho. order be published b-fo i Slav, ted CHARLES M. LU KENS, Probate Judge. Dated this 21st day of April, A. D. 1908. a pr22-ni a y 24 TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3. .STS- N OT i C Ê FOR PUBLICATION. United States Land Office, Lewiston. Idaho, April 9,1908. Notice is herehv given that in compliance visions of tne act of Congress of *t for the sale of with the p jneB. 1878. entitled "A timber lands in tho'S'ates <»f California, Ore gon. Nevada, ami Washington Territory,'' as extended to all the public land states by a< August I, 1892, Jit •t of James L. Wilkins, of Trov, countv of Latah, state of Idaho, has this «lay filed in this offi«*e his sworn statement No. 3888, for. the purchase of the 8WV4, and 8*4 8E^ of Sec. No. 27, in Twp. No. 41 N.. R. 2, W. B. M ., and wDloffer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purpose«, sud t«> e-tablish his claim to said land before the Register and Receiver at Lew ston, Idaho, Monday, the22nd day of June 1908. H« J oh u Vauhook, Harvey Lunsford, E<1 Evans, .other M. Steeismith of all of 'von, Idaho, Troy. Idaho. Anv an«l all persons claiming adversely the above des«*rtbed lands are requested t * tt.e their claim* in this office on or before said 22nd day «»f nine, 1908. apr!7Junl9 T, H, Bartlett, Register. TIMBER LAND. ACT JUNE 3. 1878. Notice for PublicRtion, United Stute* Lnnd Office, Lewiston, Idaho, March 11,1908. . ^ . , „ Notice is hereby Eiven that in compliance .villi (he provisions of the act of Congress of of June 8,1878. entitled "An act for Ihe 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 a mo) August 4. 1 'gj' rKCAN BUCHAN AW, of navenDort counts of Lincoln, state of Waah itJtou has this dav filed in this office his sworiTstatenieiit N'o. :f;f64, for the purchase of the 8U8EV. of serti n 12, NWy, NEy., and NE>i NVVUof aeclion 13, i n township40 north, ranze 1 east of Boise meridian, and will off« proof Lo show that the land sonyhlf* more valuable hîr Its timber oi stone then for/agricultural era» » ■SJKÏÎ, ÄiaRÄ.-S •" "•> " Me naines as witness.*: George Edward W 11 I ton, of Princeton, Idaho. John C. Lester, of Spokane, Washington, .lames C. Campbell, of Potlatch, Idaho, Arthur Wayman Wilton, of Princeton, Idaho. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to file j their claifns in this office on or before said 26th mar2«-limy22 T. H. Bartiett, Regis ter. timber land, act ONE s, 1*78. United States^LaiuVofflce.' Lewhiton, Idaho, March 28, 1908. , Notice Is hereby given tust in compliance 1 with the provisions of the act of Congre-s of June 3, R78, entitled "An set for the sale ol j timber lands in the States of California, Ore gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as extended to all Public Land States by act ol August!, 1892 Olive A. Shaw G f Avon, countv of Latah, Slate of Idaho, has this dav tiled in this office her sworn -late ment No. 3371, for the purchase of the wt4 n w v Sec. 25, and eVi nc!4 of Sec 2f. twp 42 n, g, 4 w'., B. M., and will offer proof to show that the land sought Is moie valuable for its limber ot stone than for agricultural pur poses. and to establish her claim to said land be fore Register on Friday, the 29th day of May, 1908. She names as witnesses: Edwin Shaw, Elmer Roderick. Henry Bent*, Oliver T. Rice, all 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 29th, day of May, 1908. Mild Receiver at Lewiston, Idaho T. H. Bartlett, Register. mar27may29 BONDS FOR BALE. Notice is hereby given that sealed bidF will be received at the office of the Clerk of -chool District number 79, Latah County, State of Idaho, up to 2 o clock P. M. on Saturday, the 13th day of June. 190» for the purchase of four five hundred dollar bonds issued by said School Districtnumber 79, for the purpose of building a new school house in with all ne e-sary furniture. Said bonds will be in the denomination of five hundred dollars ch bea»ing interest at a rate not exceeding five pereentper annum,payable semi-annually, ucipal and interest payable at he office of the County Treasurer of Latah County State of Idaho. Said bonds shall be payable twelve years from date of issuauee nd be redeemable h\ the pleasure of said school district time alter four years from issuance thereof* and each 1 mm id will be redeemed in the order it is numbered. Sealed bids for said bonds hereby invitqd and will be received at the id 1 list riot l-ri > ! lice of the Clerk of said District, number 79, at Deary, Latah County. State of Idaho, up to the hour of 2 o'clock P. M on Saturday, the 13th *, 1906. All bids shall state the rate which said bonds will bear. Said lie sold for less than par. The inv and all bids is reserved. Idah *, May, 11,1908. Arnold il District number day of Jut of interest bonds w ill not right to reject Dated Deary <>. U1 verst ad, (Merk of Sc) nty State of Idano. 79, Latah C May, 11 1908. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. The Board of Directors of School I) strict No 31. I atah County, Idah », will receive until 1:30 P M., June 1st., 1908, for the erection and completion of a brick school building at Troy, Mahn, plans and specifications may obtained from the (Merk of the Board, or at the office of the Architects, Russell & Vincent. Spokane, Wash. Each b d must be accom panied by a certified check of at lea*t five per cent of the amount of the hid, as an evidence of the good faith on t»'e part of the bidder. Bids to be sealed and addressed Clerk of the School Board, and marked "Bid on School Huilding," The successful bidder will he re quired to give a bond for the payment of all la bor and material actually performed and fur nished on said building Building to be com pleted by September 1,19(ML The B*'ard reserve* the right to reject any or all nr»»| osais submitted. Sighed, directors, W M. Duthie, Chaiiman F M Green. Ol f Olson, C erk. bids 1,. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the 'nteiior; Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho. May » 1908 Notice» is hereby give HALL, «If Troy, Mulm, v made Homestad « • 22, tp 40 n, r 4 tice of intention t toestabMsh «Maiin to the lain! ab*»ve described, bef« Mosc«»w, Idaho, on the 17 «lay June. 1908. Claimant names as his witnesses: William A Stenhenson, Nelson K S ephenson. Booker Dyer, Oliver (Dimes, all of Troy, Idaho. T H Bartlett. Receiver. :I»WIn RAN 1902 ii «hat •ho, on May 21, mi try No. 9117, for iv b meridian. 1» «i make final live-year pr of, file«l no ___ NOTICE FOIi PUBLICATION .... . Departmenl of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at I^wiston, Idaho, May 6, lflOH. .... . .. Notice is herebv yiven that Jesse M Knox, of Princeton, Idaho, who, on May 3 1S02, made Homestead Entry No. 9CÔ3, for ne',7 sw^o sec 24 ip 41 n, r 4 west Rnlse Meridian, ha* filed in tentlon to make final five year proof to estab lish claim to the land above de-oribed before Chartes M I.nkens. rrohste Judge at Moscow. ,a 5f.rL!V.^Y.7iÄ"6„,^ ir . s ,*«isa.wsusaî-. roayl5junel9 T H Bartlett, Receiver. (Miarles M. Luken« Probate Jiulge, at maylô junel2 Qq bereft 2% MlilcS of TrOVJ' good land for all kinds of Crops. 10 acres sowed in timothy; 60 acres more Cftn be Cultivated, Some COrd WOod timber; gOOd . ,. ,, , , ' bUlltllflgS, WOTth tietweeil tl\e a ; v Vmndrefl dollar» All an ° 81X uol,arH - o-opN for •iFliJÖO n For Sale. G. JOHNSON, R. F. D. 2, Box 63, Troy, Idaho. I ^ > W, fM A i We do all kinds of hack and wagon re pairing. Plows pointed and sharpened. General blacksmithing. Horseshoeing a specialty. ShcIIabarger & Boomer. Atherton's old shop. Feed Barn. Have your team well fed. Whenr in Moscow stop with me. ] have- rented the Wilson stable on West 6th street and will <>ive prompt attention to transient trade. EARL SAWYER, Prop. Bring Your Produce I will buy all kinds c>F pres duce, chickuiis, etc., and in order to make this a first class market,, will handle all kinds of vegeta bles in season, ('all and make yourself acquainted. 1 handle the best in the meat line. Zue Kresher. Robert C hrisinger TROy, IDAHO. Painter and Decorator. I give estimates. 1908 patterns in wall paper. Either phone or leave orders with Olson >r de & Johnson, wall partment, Troy, Idaho.