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« < h Livery, Feed and sale Stèble Finest turnouts in the city. Splendid accommodations for transients. Telephone connections. J. W. Jones Pr ©p Wm. Duthie Buys and Salle Fruits, Vegetables and Wood FLOUR and FEED. By wagon load and car load, and pays cash or trade. FRUIT BOXES Aronson DEALER IN Cigars Tobacco Confectionery . All kinds of Sodas Hot Coffee and * .Sandwiches. also Pool and Billiards. Main Street, Next to Post Office r White Pine Barn, IRA DAY, Prop. Will appreciate yonr business. Good teams, and prompt service. Teams left at this barn will re ceive careful attention. L J Under the new management of ; the llietnmim Hotel everything has been placed in a clean, sank : tory condition—newly papered | and new furnishings installed , A trial will convince you that i it is a fine place to put up at while in Troy. Something New! Robt. Woods, The New Proprietor. TROY NEWS the P. L. Obcott, Editor and Publisher. Entere,«! at the poetoffice at Troy as Second-class matter. Subscription, |1.00 per year, in advance. Whosoever smiteth' thee on thy right cheek, give him thy left—in the solar plexus.—Ex. Why not hold some of the political conventions in-Troy? We could en tertain the crowd, and besides Troy is entitled to the honor. The beauty of running Brady on a platform of good promises is that the people will know just what they will not get if he is elected.—Boise Citi zen. There isn't any question about what the republican politicians of Latah county will do when Mr. Brady tells them to dance to the tune of platform repudiation and a dirty party record. The office seekers will endorse it. Congress has adjourned and has the record of doing less and spending more than any gang of republicans that ever held office. party," voting for or against every measure on this selfish, senseless basis. The one idea was No honest citizen should waste time trying to excuse the deliberate dishon esty of party leaders, vant betray the people that servant de serves to be criticised, and no self-re specting member of a party ought for a moment attempt to defend him. If a public ser The Boise Citizen says: "The Brady organs are growing restive under the unanswerable logic of the Troy News and are seeking to discredit that independent republican sheet that refuses to wear the ring collar. The News is, however, capable of holding its own and continues to strike sturdy blows for honest party politics." There is no question about the Mor mon people being progressive, and that they are assisting in the develon ment of Idaho, and that in political matters they are the most treacherous, lying bunch that ever escaped hanging. The word of a Mormon in politics is of no value. See the record of their votes in the last legislature. Charles A. Sullivan, for twenty years a resident of Latah county, has decided to become a candidate for the position of sheriff on the republican ticket. Mr. Sullivan will ask for the nomination, and says he has assurance of winning out. T Chief Justice Sullivan of our supreme bench, and is well qualified for the place if elected. He says he will go into the convention with a good share of the Troy delegation, and possibly solid 23. He is a nephew of a And Senator Hart, the republican leader who tore up the anti-pass bill in a fit of uncontrollable rage in Idaho's state senate to show his contempt for one of his party pledges, has been honored by the Brady push by being elected a delegate to the national vention. Senator Heyburn could not be so honored; it took a man of Hart's size and infamous defiance of pledges to come up to the Brady standard. What do you think of it, you followers of Lincoln and Roose velt?—Boise Citizen. con party r, ... . It don t cost anything to run a news paper That is why the editor is sew p eased o spend his time boosing the other fellow, especially if the other fellow happens to be a candidate for office. Last year several republican nominees, some of whom didn t live a „j -i , „ . thousand miles from Genesee, in re „ii _ . ... ! _ News could say àb'« them,' .e sea'll y milted us to send it along for two years without expense to themselves. Of course we are thankful for tiie privi- I ] ege p I ... Just remember that the Moscow 1 ost , ,f s confirmed every charge of re P u J' lcan platfoim repudiation made by the Troy News. These charges ,nust b ? true. If true are you. a self , ^spectiag member of the Grand Old Pa ^ ty > 8° in E to the polls in November a,)d cast a v °te endorsing the record of | hose wh <> betrayed you? Are you going to vote to keep these party re pudiators in power? Or will you place citizenship above party and by defeat '-ng the Brady-Morraon machine com-1 pel the republican leaders to serve the | people and respect their platform j pieogesr' There is reason to believe that the democratic party will get down to busi ness and put up a good state ticket. And it will be elected by republicans who are thoroughly aroused over the ring rule and rottenness of their own party. Thousands of republicans will never endorse republican repudiation. One thing certain the people of this section have no reason to complain about the weather- While it was rain ing here it was coming down in tor rents in other sections, and while this section suffered no loss, damage run ning into millions was sustained by other communities. We ought to be satisfied with the Potlatch. The brewers are now turning out a product for prohibition states that looks like beer, tastes like beer, smells like beer, and, if you drink enough, makes you drunk like beer, but ain't beer. It differs bom beer in this: With beer you,get drunk before you are full, and with this you get full before you gel drunk. The new drink contains only about two per cent of alcohol. The News has been asked to im press upon the people of Latah county the urgent need of sending to the legis lature this fall the very best men pos sible. We want a man in the senate with enough ability to command re spect, and three men in the house able to take care of the interests of the people. It is of much importance that both political parties nominate the very best of men. A report from Twin Falls says that one Frank Moore, of Moscow, repre sented Latah county at the recent democratic convention. But to any one at all informed on the political situation in Latah county it is some thing of a mystery to know who Mr. Moore represented. Certainly not the democrats of this county, for he overwhelmingly defeated when he went before the people at the. recent mass convention, and this convention democratic in every sense of the word. No primary was held from which Mr. Moore was chosen, and he was not selected by petition or in any other manner known to the democrats of Latah county. was wa« Is it too much to ask the republican party of Idaho to be honest? Do you know that this is all the Troy News is demanding? Why is our position not right, and how can any honest repub lican take any other stand? Is it con sistent to condemn those who repu diated the republican platform and then go right on voting them back into power? Is it not better that our party be defeated than that we endorse those who lied to us and disgraced us, and wronged the state? In short, so blinded by party names that we will vote the ticket regardless of what corrupt party machine may do? Or Will we, by condemning wrong, com pel the party to nominate honest men? are we a The republican party of Idaho is now completely under the control of the Mormon church, and he who is ignorant of this fact is rather blind. It was Mormon influence that bred pudiation in the last legislature; it was Mormon power that forced 19 honest republican members of the legislature to rebel; it was Mormon interference and Oregon Short Line special interests that killed the Gooding railroad mission bill, and it is Mormon dicta tion in politics of Idaho that is today forcing Brady upon the people against their will. re com All this may be lawful, and if nn*y be for the reason that the Mor mons have a right t0 vote< bm a]1 w does not change the t f h h Mormon church is running the state it Wn'» Mormon, a „ember of theTa^t legist ui- icgisia ture, an d a republican, sent to Moscow u,, i . . ' . . , by the legislature to investigate the "". d J °' !"?' i " S '! ,u,io "- 'I" 11 "P anH cqîh »u«* k» j . » , M when the University of Idaht * I" "L" 8,ty ? f Id 1 aho , would be segregated, and practically destroyed. When we understand that the Mormons are not sending their children to the University, but are educating them at Logan and in other Mormon college , it is not surprising that a leading Mor mon would have the nerve to stand ud and express a hope for the dav when the University would be segregated" And it was at this same banquet that Dr. Whitwefi, state senator from Lemhi county, and a democrat, stood ud and said that as long as he lives he would labor to keep the University ; nta ct and strive to make it a credit to the stale. And it must not be overlooked that it was the democrats in the last legislature who stood by the University t 0 a man . " y WILL IT PAY TO PATRONIZE ? ??? HOME INDUSTRY We find that during the year 1907 we paid out lor labor and salaries about |8i^000.00. Is this not a a convincing fact that a dollar spent with us mea ns dollar left at home? And a dollar spent at honüTT surely easier to get hold of again than if it a IN were sent away. Don't forget to let ns figure with you building material. Special reduction on doors °n yonr and windows. For good work and reasonable prices see The Troy Lumber & Mfg. Co. From now on- I am now in a position to buy wood from ranchers. I also buy produce of different kinds. If there is anything you wish in dry goods, clothing, shoes, gent's furn ishings, or groceries, my line is com plete, fresh and up-to-date. L. P. Wallner. TIME TflBUB W. I. tt M. BflltWflYO WEST BOUND EAST BOUND Dally No 2 Dally Not Daily No. S Daily No, 1 Distance from P* louse to 0 STATION Ar Palouse Lv Kennedy Frd. Lv Potlatch Ar Ar Potlatch Lv Princeton Harvard Summit Stanford Aron Lv Deary Cornell Bovell 3:10 P M 8:40 P * 7:35 A M 8:30 A M 7 2:48 7:17 4:00 8:50 11 2:39 7:10 4:08 9:00 11 2:23 9:10 14 2:12 9;22 20 1:67 9:42 25 1:40 10:04 10:16 10:22 Ar 10:35 i 10:55 A M 11:20 29 1:26 SI 1:20 . 84 1 ;05 PM 3D 12:45 47 12;20' WINS I have just- received a shipment of Caliornia Wine and for quality is fine, which I am going to sell for just *1.25 Per Sal. have Garet, Port, Sherry, Angelica, and Riesling- A * will satisfy the most exacting that this wine is L It's fine. Try a gallon. c. W. TOMPSON.