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r ~ . M I - C- A. FORBSMAN, Pub lisher, TELEPHONE 24 :jffibacription to weekly.........$1.50 a year Sts months................................... 75 three months..............................- 50 Entered at the Lewiston Postoffice as econd class mail matter. The Issues Raised. The water question is a live question just now in the municipal affairs of Lewiston. One phase of the question is in court and anotb er is prominently before the people in the question of an election on a bond issue to purchase a new plant. Both phases of the question raise pertinent issues. The ca*e in courtls to determine the right of the municipality to regulate the rates charged by the company. There seems hardly a doubt that snch a right exists somewhere un der our law. If that right exists in the city council the next ques tion is whether the present cut in rates is a reduction within the right« of the parties. The corpor ation's statement of cost and earn logs is how before the court. The plaintiffs statement will soon be filed. The court can then de'er pine whether the rates charged were exorbitant and if so whether the reduction made will leave the investor the returns justly due him. The issues raised by the propo sit ion to bond the city for a new plant are different. The demand för a new plant has grown out of the question of inadequate supply. The contention between the citi sens sod the water company has not been a question so much of rates as a question of supply. The rates have been aa high as else* where under like conditions but the supply has been wholly inade quate. The company has. in sisted on full pay for a service which has never been satisfactorily rendered. These are the conten lions which have brought about demands for a change. Lewiston needs an abundant water supply. Lewiston needs a cheap water supply. No two needs of the city are more imperative than these. How can the city b. st secure these ends? Is municipal ownership the remedy? These are the issues raised by the council in its proposition to bond for a new water system. The question of city ownership carries with it the issue of repudiating the present contract; It carries with it the con tention ss to whether or not the compaoy has forfeited its right of franchise and the attendant con test in the courts. The issues raised arc comprehensive and the idea now is not to discuss the ques tion pro and con but to cite the is sues that as the facts are made known in the case now in court and in the election campaign which will follow the citizen can cast his ballot with a full knowledge as to what results will follow his action. The Problem or Anarchy. The execution of Czolgosz is near at hand, and the people of the nation will be glad to know that justice has been speedy and certain. But tbe execution of tbe assassin will be neither adequate reparation for the crime nor pro tection for the future. The real problem which ought now to re ceive determined and unremitting attention, is how to protect onr in stitutions from this destructive menace of anarchism which has operated so successfully in Bnropean countries in recent years and has found so firm a foothold here. Tbe air is fnll o! suggestions for drastic remedies, and calls for vengeance, but tbe problem is not to be solved so readily. In protect ing liberty, we must not go so far as to destroy it. In driving out anarchism, we mnst not erset into ,aw * policy nod methods which later in other directions can be perverted into instruments of op pression. We are compelled by the very nature of our institutions to draw the line between liberty and license. We must preserve the rights ol free speech and free assemblage as necessary safeguards against despotism but we must protect ourselves against' such of the results of this liberty as tend to destroy the only adequate guarantee of liberty itself—that is, government and law. as of a Nez Perce county has accepted Asotin county's challenge to com pete for the cup next ^ ear. The spirit of generous rivalry between the two counties argus well for the success of another year. Hereto fore the county managers have done wbat they did do with hard work to create an interest. Now a spirit of rivalry has been aroused and will be an important tactor in in future cojtests. The citizens of the respective counties will be eager contribute» to the exhibit. They will lend hearty co-operation to the superintendent in his work. Mr. Wessels has the spirit that should predominate in Nez Perce county. We are goiqg to build an exhibit for a cup challenge and we begin now. The fair was a great advertise ment for Nez Perce and Asotin counties. The horticultural and agricultural exhibits have not Keen excelled in the northwest this year. But the thing to remember is that <a better exhibit could have been made. In either county the limit has not yet been reached. The resources of the country have as yet hardly been touched upon. The Inter-state fair draws upon a country of rich possibilities. Prosperity has killed populism aud Bryanism and in seeking new issues the democracy has barked back to ''Tariff reform." Ooe thing is sure, there is nothing like "tariff reform" to kill prosperity Tbe good old democratic times of 1893 are not so far away that ex perience will not confirm the state ment. In the Load Office. A decision banded down by Com miaaiorcr Binger Hermen received at tbe tbe land office Monday decided a contest long pending between C. C. Lieuallen and tbe State of Idaho in favor of L'eu allen. Lieuallen ne. tied on the land Anguat 6, 1896. Tbe state filed Jan. 24, 1S9S and Lienaiien filed a content March at, 1898. The decision reaffirms the well establiabed doctrine of aquatten rights. Patrick Donnelly of Cbesley, Idaho and James C. De Paj-tee of Magnolia made final proof at the land office Mon day. The following contenta were filed Mon day: Rebecca J. Powell vn. Francis M. Day '40 acres near Peck. Charles A. Nye vn. Franklin A Costin 160 acres near West Lake. Wm. F. Roderick vn. Herbert L. Hawkins 160 acre* near Collins. Charles L. Daniels filed on 160 acres near Vollmer Tuesday. Tuesday Morrell Hughes filed a con test on the homestead entry of Joseph Krisch, a 160 a:re farm north of Denver. Carter Robinson of Forest and Alva T. Rogers and Ben D. Cleveland of Peck all proved up Tuesday on 160 acres of land each. Last Satuiday Col. W. W. Hammell of Nezperce did a land office business on final proofs. Seven entrymen proved np on their homesteads, viz: Lizzie Danford, Solomon G. Hays, Fred O. Smith, Jno. H. Mustoe, Manley Sharp and James B. Crawford. The last was a commutation and the eutryman paid $3.75 per acre for bia land. B __. _ , . Receiver Garbr reports a new régula tion regarding commutations on the reservation. In addition to the ceded price 13-75 per acre the enlryman must pay 3 pet cent extra for land offi- e fees under a recent ruling of the department. Fire App aratus. The second shipment of new fire ap paratus wan received this week. It con siste 1 of nozzles, spanners, robber coats and hato for the chief and assistant chief. The 1600 feet of hose has arrived and the two new carts shipped from Oswego, Mew York, October 13 will arrive in abont two weeks. The new hose hontes are completed and repair work on hoee houaes Noe. 1 and 3 will be finished this week. At Horn house No. 1, the city hall, the area now open will be cloaed up completely. Wm. Mohl has been ap pointed fire Stewart with a salary of $35 per month and on the arrival of the new carts the organisation of the respective companies will be complete and the practice work begi>.. Fanners Will Pasd Wheat. Grain buyers figure that Potlatch farm erswill feed at least 75,000 bushels of wheat to stock should the price of wheat remain below the 50 cent mark until next spring, The warehouses are holding about 350,' 000 bushels of wheat now with a possible 50,000 to be hauled in yet. with the amount that will be fed, the Wop of the Potlatch «rill reach nearly 360,000 bushels. There is a tendency among farmers to raise more cattle and hogs and at this time, it is said, more stock is being fefl in this seotlon than in recent years. NOTICE OP ATTACHMENT In toedtettat courtof the Second judicial district of tba State of Idaho, la an4 for Nat Porca county, foaapb Alexander, plaintiff, vs. Prank Leachman. dtfindftnt. Notice la hereby riven, to »boni H may concern, that aa attachaeat Taaued out of tbe above entitled court in the above «titled can« against the pro perty of eaid defendant on the 19th day of October. Dated this 17th day of October, 1901. __ P. E. STOOKEY. r«= , . ^ „ Clerk of tba District Court [Seal of Diatrlct Conn] J emen E. Babb, Attorney lor Plaintiff. NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. In th* District Court of the Second Judicial Dis trict of the State of Idaho, In and for the County of **" P ,i rc *- h cwl,to " *•««»' Bank, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. James M. Brown, defendant. To «horn it may concern. Notice la hereby rivet), that « attachment Issued out of tbe above entitled coun In the above entitled cause against the property fafrndant on the 14th day of OctoberTiMl Dated this 16th day of October, 1901. 1 [mal.] p. E. STOOKEY. „ . Clark of District Coun. Smith ft Bailey. Attorneys for plaintiff. IN BANKRUPTCY. In the District Coun of the United Sûtes lor the Northern Division, District of Idaho la the matter of J. H Hunts, bankrupt. Toths Honorable James H. Beatty, Judge of the district court of the Unltsd States for the northern division, district of Idaho. J. H. Hunte, of the town of Nea Perce and stale of Idaho, In said district, respectfully represents that on the 2nd day of June. MOO, he was duly adjudged bankrupt under the acts 01 congress relating to " duly surrendered all nis pi any, and has fully compiled' with all the requirements of said acts and of tbe orders of the coun touching bis bankruptcy. " Wherefore be prays thathe buy he decreed by the court to have a full discharge from all debu provable against bis esute under said bankrupt acts, eacept such debu as a re accepted b> law from such dis charge. Dated this 20th day of September, 1901. J. H. Hunts, Bankrupt. ORDER OP NOTICE ON BANKRUPT'S PETITION FOR DISCHARGE. District of Idaho. > . r Northern Division. On this Fourth day of October, 1901, on reading the foregoing petition it is: Ordered by Van W. Has brouck, referee la bankruptcy In said district, that a hearing be had upon tbe uni on tha 19th day af October. 1901. before Mid referee et his office in the city of Lewiston, Idaho, in Mid district at tha hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice thereof be published In tbe LnwtSTON Teu.br, a newspaper printed in said district, and that all known creditors Md other parsons Intonated may a ppear at tha Mid time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of Mid petitioner should not be granted. And it It further ordered, by said referee that there shall be sent by mall to all known creditors, copl« of Mid petition and this order addressed to them at their places of residence stated. In witness whereof I have hereunto Mt my hand this 4tb day of October, A, D. MOI. Van W. Hasbrouck, Referee in Bankruptcy. CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, united Slaws land of fies, Lewiston. Idaho, July 29, 1901. A sufficient contest affidavit having b«n filed In thie office by William McLaughlin contestant, against William R. Campbell «try ho. 8486, made Septem ber 4. 1899, for eJ4 n w H. nwld nwlfi. sec 29, and the "\34 >W 14, section 24. township 82 a, range w. B.M. by William R. Campbell conteste«. In which It Is alleged that William R. Camp bell has wholly abandoned Mid tract of land for more than six months lut put and next prior to date here of. The enlryman has never mtablished hie resi dence upon said land a; any tlss zincs dais of «au/. That he has never for a period of five years after entering the land resided upon the «me. That he has absolutely failed to comply with the requirements of tha homuteed law. In tha matter of residence aud cultivation. Thai in a short time after entering tbe land tbe enlryman to all appearanew Intentionally gave up and abandoned Mid tract of land and went to parts unknown. Said parti« are hereby notified respond and offbr evidence touching m at lO a. m, on November 21,1901 before the Register and Receiver at tha United Stal« Lud Office in Lewiston, Idaho. The said contestant having. In a proper affidavit, filed Sept. 24,1901. set lorth fact* which show that alter due diligence personal service of this notice can not bn made. It Is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due anl proper publication. CHARLH H. Carry. Receiver, CONTEST NOTICE. Department of tha Interior, United Slat« Lend Office. Lewiston, Idaho. September 21. 1901 A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed la this office by Luther B. Gabel contestant, against allegation Jacob String« «try No. 2794. made April 30. 1892. for lote I, 2. S, 4. aectlcn 13. township 36 A. range 6 W. B. M. by Jacob Stringer coatestee, In which Tt is alleged that uld Jacob Siring« has wholly abandon ed «Id land, and be hat not asm on «Id land for more than six years test past. That he has never built a house or wUMtehed a residence on mm. That there has he« no part of uld land cultivated and no Improvements made thereon of any kind Said peril« are hereby notified to appear, respond and off« nvldsncn touching uld allegation at 10 o'clock a. m, « November 12. 1901, before the Register and Recel v« at the United Slat« Land Omen In Lewiston, Idaho. Tha said contai tut having. In a prop« affidavit, filed Sept. 20,1901. am forth facts which show that af ter due diligence personal «ivies nf this notice can not bn mads. It Is hereby ordered and directed that such notice he givra by due and proper publication Chaslss H. Gamy. Receiver _ _ ___ __ lor 1 eqr s w qr sec 8, aadneqr n w qr, w'J4 n t qr section 10, township 36 a. rang* 4 w B. M. by ■" ,rv Schmidt contrat«. In which It Is alleged that CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Intertor. United Stet« Lud Office, Lewiston, Idaho, Oct. 14,1901. A sufficient conta« affidavit having hem filed in this office by Theodore Rotter, contestant, against Homestead «try No. 7830, made March 16, 1900, Henry Schmidt the enlryman has wholly abandonad uld tract of land for more Hum sin months prior to dale hereof. That be has wholly and entirely failed and neglected to comply with the requirements of the homestead tew in the matter of utilement, residence and cultivation; that he did not rater Mid land la good faith originally and that he la now hold ing Mid lend for speculative purposes and is and hat barn offering Mid land for sale end the re linquishment thereto. Said partira are hereby noti fied to appear, respond rad offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock e ffi. on Dec. 6,1901 before the regtet« end receiver el the United States Land Office in Lewiston, Idaho The said contestant having. In a prop« affidavit, filed October 12, MOL net forth facts which show that after dm diligence personal service of this no tice can not he made. It Is hereby ordered end di rected that each notice be given by due end proper publication. Charles h. Gamy, Receiver. — NOTICE POR PUBLICATION. Depe-tment of the Interior, Land Office at Lewis ton, Idaho, September 3,1901. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed no ice of his Intention to make fina' «root in support of ills claim and that said proof will be made before tiie register rad receiver at Lewis ton, Idaho, on October 21 .1901, via: JOHN C. GHANZ. of Julietta, Idaho, for the s e 9 r s w « r. sec 27, n J4 a w q r. lots 3, 1 . sec 3». tp 37 n r 2-w B. M. He naaMS the following witness« to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, via: William I. ' Farris, of L en ora, Idaho. Benjamin Bennett. " " werd.L. Farnsworth," " Delbert D. Van Winkte, •• J. B. west. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of tbe interior, Land Office at Lewis ton. Idaho. Sept. iO. i90l. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Register and Receiver at Lewiston, Idaho, on October 21,1901, vis: WILLIAM ARNOLD, of Sllckpoo, Idaho, for the lots 17, l8,19, 20. 2t. 22. 27. 82, sec 9, Ip 84 n r 8 W B. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said laud, vis: Harrison Delaport, of Stickpoo, Idaho. Frank J. O'Malley, " •* Samuel G add es. ...... Les H. Gibson. •• •• •• J. B. West. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Lewis ton. Idaho, Sept. 18, 4901. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of bis Intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before register and receiver at Lewiston, Idaho on October 29,1901, via: . ALFRED E. MILlER. of BMmaa, Idaho for the a 14 n e Û sec 19 and w J4 n w R sec 20 tp 36 n r 2 w B. M. Ha nam« the following witnesses to prove his continuous rosldenct upon and cultivation of said land, vis: Emil Geiger, of Beeman, Idaho. Cleveland Butter, " Malt Marilmora, " John L. Blewett, " " " J. B. West, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of tbe Interior, United Stet« Land Office, Lewiston, Idaho. Sept. 10, 1901 Notice is hereby given that the following-named saltier has filed notice of hit intention to make final proof In support of hit claim, and that Mid proof will be made before the Register and Rafeiver at Lewiston Idaho, on October 21, i90i. viz: HARRISON M DELAPORT. of Sllckpoo, Idaho, for the lot 4, 5 and s e 14 n e 34, sac 3, tp 84, n * 8% B M. Ha names the following witness« to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, via: Frank J. O'Malley, of Sllckpoo, Idaho. Sainual Geddis. " Let H. Gibson, " " •• William Arnold, ...... J. B. West, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of tha Interior, Land office at Lewis ton, Idaho, Oct. 8, 1901. Notice la hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that Mid proof will be made before tha register and receiver at Lewiston. Idaho, on Nov. 21,1901, via: e ISIAH S. BRUCE. of Lenore, Idaho, for tha s w qr 1 w qr sec 3, n w qr n w qr, s 54 n w qr sec 10 tp 36 n r 2 w B. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his con tinuous, residence upon and cultivation of Mid land, via: Chari« A. Parott, of Summit, Idaho. Alfred F. McCidiom,...... / Henry M. Berryman, " Edward Chawront, •' " •• J. B. WEST, Register. _________........... d**"*- , t Noil«« Is hereby given that letters test amen tsi y on '.Ü* ""!! "jV.Were granted NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of ihe Interior, tend office af Lewiston, Idaho, Sept. 3, 1901. Notice Is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make fine proof in support of his claim, and that Mid proof will be made before the register and receiver at Lewiston, Idaho, on October. 21.1901, vis: JABfcZ KBNYON, for heirs of John W. Kenyon, deceased, for the lot 2, s e qr n wqr, s w q rneqr, nwqrseqr, sec 19, tp 32 n r 2 w B. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon end cultivation or said land, viz: James Madden, of Forest, Idaho. Welter H. Wood....... Lena Brown, '■ " Michael N. Nye, " J. B. West, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, land offict at Lewiston. Idaho, Sept. 30. 1901. Notlct is hereby given that the following named Mttler has filed notice of his Intention to make final woof in support of his claim, and ihatsaid proof will ie made before Register and Receiver tt Lewiston. Idaho, on Nov. 11,1901, viz: THERESA RACH, of Spalding. Idaho, for the w M n w 14, n e 14 n w §4, n w 54 n e J4. sec 29, tp 36 n r 4 w B. M. He nam« the following witnesses to prove his con tinuât!* residence upon and cultivation of sold Issd. vis; John W. Hughes, of Spalding, Idaho. Kh k Jackson, '' •' " Charles Parish, •• Robert Andres, " " " J. B West Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Lewis ton, Idaho. October 1. 1901. Notice Is h«eby given that the following-named s«tler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof In support of his claim, end that said proof will be made before Register and Receiver at Lewis ton, Idaho, on November 9,1901. vis: CHARLES C. mA.ES, of Lepwal, Idaho for the s e 54 n e 94, n e X s e 54. sec 4, lot 12, s w qr n w qr mc 3 tp 34 n r 4 w B. M. He nom« the following witn«ses to prove hie continuous residence upon an cultivation of Mid lend, viz: Henry P. Crawford, of Lopwai, Idaho. Thornes G. Johnston, " Alexander Stevenson, " '* William T. Johnston, '■ ' " J. B. West, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION? Department of the Interior, tend office at Lewiston, Idaho, Sept. 3,1901. Notice Is hweby given that the followln* named set.ter lies filed no.I. e of his intention 10 make final »roof in support of his claim end that said proof will ie mode before the registre and receiver at Lewiston, Idaho, on October 21, 1901. vis: JABEZ KENYON, of Forest. Idaho, for the lot I. sec 19. tp 32 n r 2 w wB M ^ ° ' , r ' * * 9 r n e qr, sec 24, tp 32 n r 3 He names the following witness« to prove his con tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said lend, vtz: James Madden, of Forest, Idaho. Welter H. Wood. •• Lane Brown, " *• " Michael N. Nye,...... J. B. West, Registre. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Probate Court in end for the county of Nez Perce end State of Idaho. In the metier of the Esute of Etienn Taxier, Deceased. Notice to present claims. N the «Ute to 1901. Idaho. t0 . but or -ü. ui Oien» ■ vAi.r accessed were granted to Ihe undersigned on the 31s. day of August A. D., 1901. by the Probe .e Court of Kez Perce County, All parsons having claims against Mid as e.e ere requested to exhibit them m me for allowance ai Iba grocery store le.cly occupied uy E. Texter on Main street in the chy of Lewiston. Idaho wl.iiln four (4) months after the da.e of .tie first publication of thie — ----- ——■ .«am. f uw. i\.« I tun ui notice, or Ihty amt suca shell be forever barred. Deled this 31st day of Augus.. 1 TU wl to ihe the !»l BONDS OR COLLECTIOiqS— Ka.hapine Maiilda Farrell, Date of first publication Septembre 9.1901. Will go on your bond or nuke collec tions. American Bonding and Trust Co., Baltimore. Frank J. Young, attorney. Lewiston National Bank building. 40 TUd® W F. Kettenbach, Presided J. Alexander, Vice Preside n Geo. H. Rester, Cashiei. Li Corner ol Fourth and Main Streets LEWISTON, • • ........ID4HO. DIR0CTGRS U. C. Bunnell, W.F. Ketten nach, H| | q J. Alexander, R. C. Beach Jl g B. F. Morris, George H. Keeler Grace Kettenbach Pfafflin. TRANSACTS A QENEäwn. AMfllM BUSINESS. Sight exchange sold on the principal Cities of the United States and Burope. T ME • FIRST — LB Strongest Bank in Idaho J ohn P. Vollmer, Kresicltn 1 . Vollmer, Vice Presi-u-,,. K. W. Raves. Cashier - - OF LEWISTON, IbAHS.-— a Capital and Surplus Vl 9 Mr* proof vault tor the tue of customers for «fe k eeping of ertuablra.Bnrglar proof »tee 1 s „ j tof ff t ik Ota—laafiii— lock. CwnwapOBdenlfl I n all the principal cities of the wot Buy and ecu exchange. Range Meat Mai ket. ] DILL BROTHERS, Prop's. ^ Dealers in all kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats, p w Sausages and Fancy Meats a specialty. We woulc fr 4 be pleased to receive a portion of your patronage f ^ . Bast Mala Street Lewletea, lenke. jjf Mallory & Lydon Livery Stable (Martin Collin's Old Btend) Lewiston, Idaho. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE. New Rigs, New Stock, Everything up tc date. Calls will receive prompt attention. 'Phone No. 17. J 4 Log : : Cabin Saloon 4 Main Street, - ^Lewiston 1 Full Pints of Whisky - Full Half Pints of Whisky - 501 25 j; ^Manufacturers' : Agents*] FIFTEEN LEADING LINES FARM AND MILLING MACHINERY.*.*.* GENERAL j* STORAGE, j* WOOD, HAY AND GRAIN IN CAR LOTS MARK MEANS TRANSFER CO U vvwi THE MINT at Morrissey & Baker, Proprietors. Choice Liquors, Wines, Brandies and Cigars. A club room in connection. Clark Rnilding, Main Street. ALIAS SUMMONS. . Inlhedteirict court, of »be Second Judicial district, Slate of Idaho,in and for Nez Perce County. Grace Day. nlain.iff. vs. George Day defendant Tbe stele of Idaho .ends giceilng io l <eorge Day defendant. You ere hereby summoned and required t0 . ,* p K*, r " * c i on brouilhl « 2 . 1 ns, you bv M id plaintiff, in me Mid Dlslrfci-Court, end to answer the complaint of ,ne above named plelniff, filed therein within ten days (exclusive o! ihc day of Mrvica) after the seivice on you of this summons, i. served within this coun. y ; or If sei ved oui of oils county but within this judicial district, witMn twen. y days* or If served elsewhere, wi.bln forty deys. 1 ue said actlon is brought to ob ain eju'dgmenT h'a, .ht*m.r Mld plzin.il, end said defendant be rieff* between «... rm .era aerenaant be dissolved, and an absolu e divorce of said panl« de creed, end tbe Mid ple'n.iff treed end tbeolu.ely re leaeed from the bonds of me.riniony and all the ootigetions thereof, end or alimony, ei.oraey's fee cores of this suil and general relief. The ground on wl îi £h . Î? 14 . i ud 8®*n- and deer« are claimed is that said defended, ties .ree.ed Mid plnin.iH wl.ii willful neglect tor a period of time longer then ene year im mediately preceding die commencement of this action, in uiet Mid de.cndaat has felled to furnish Mid plaintiff the common necMMri« of life, ha having the ability to do so. as Mi forth in the com plaint on file, in Mid case, and to which you ere re ferred. And you are hereby notified that If you fall to appear and answer Mid complaint « above re quired the Mid plaintiff will apply to the court for ihe relief demanded In Mid complaint w «w» we^raitwuw exn «ras« CUU.|llff I UK. B, a v . h îl' < î yÿjÿf **!' o* 'be district court of the Second judicial district. Slate of Idaho, in and !»l N ** P * re * '• OH " ,y ' ,hU ,<lh da» of September. p«»*- fo^eind «. 00 *^° mk - Lewiston ATTENTION PARMBRS. Highest market price paid for wheat and barley by Lewiston Milling Co.. >n, Idaho. H. T MADCWICK. cm si Mil LBWISTON. IDAHO 0.R. & N. 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