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The Lewiston Teller.
C. A. Foresman, Publisher.
TELEPHONE 26
Subscription to weekly.........$1.50 a year
Six months.........................,........- 7 $
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Entered at the Lewiston Postoffice as
econd class mail matter.
Grover Cleveland has just turned
66 years and is still comparatively
healthy. He contemplates a tour
of the union to look after the re
organization of democracy. With
thoughts of this William Jennings
stops his spring work on the farm
to put on the war paint. Grover
will know when he reaches the en
emy's country.
Roosevelt while in Port'and will
lay the corner stone of the Lewis
and Clark Exposition building. He
will take a day light trip up the
Columbia, view the wonderful lead
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mining industries on Canyon creek
and see Spokane Falls illuminated,
but he will miss the glorious sun
shine of the famous Lewiston val
ley where nature is preparing a
reception worthy of a king.
Too bad the Evening Capital
News cannot run the present stau
administration as it did the Iasi
one. Being still sore over the de
feat of Hunt and loss of its graft
on the state printing it is now play
ing the carping critic act with no
other purpose thau to stir up strife
and fill up space. According to
the News the state of Idaho needs
a director general and the News
man is hankering for the job.
Most of the towns and cities of
Idaho are beginning to agitate the
question of spring elections. Un
der the general law elections are
held early in April. L"wistoa un
der her charter does not hold an
election till June, when for the
first time the citizens of recent ad
ditions to the city will come in for
a voice in the city government.
Greater Lewiston will then hold
its first election and irom indica
tions a'ready in the air there will
be something doing at the Junt
election.
A radical dtm>cratic exchange
facetiously refers to the "beneficiar
ies of the protective tariff" which
leads us to inquire who are the
bentfichries of the protective tariff
policy ol the government. The
answer is at first flush the manu
facturer, but the laborer, alsoskilled
and unskilled, to whom he has
heen aide to give steady employ
meut at increasing wages, and not
only the lalxner in the factory but
the laborer on the farm and in the
mill who has worked to supply the
needs of the laborer in the factory
The whole industrial machinery
of the naiion, wheel within wheel,
is liiugtd on the policy that has
made the nation prosperous when
ever it is enforced, and has thrown
it into idleness and poverty when
ever it has beeu abandoned. The
protective tariff policy of the nation
has made diversified industry pos
sible, and diversified industry has
made the nation prosperous. The
antagonist of protection offers the
doctrine of free trade, whose patron
saint is Grover Cleveland, whose
administration epitomized the
democratic policy and demon
strated the result in perpetuating
hard times. Democracy, present,
past and future, seems to have but
one idea of statesmanship, and that
idea is to make perpetual warfare
on the protf ctive tariff system
This will be another great year for
Idaho. Crop conditions are very
lavorable. Moisture has betn
abundant for all parts of the state
where nature furnishes the mois
ture and the s'uic source has
stored in the mountains an un
u-ually large supply for the use r f
irrigatiiu. Agriculture aud horti
culture are well provided for in the
coming season and promise abun
dant crops. Idaho's mines show
great development work for the
season, not only for those actively
producing, but for the develop
ment work on new properties.
Capital has never been employed
with so tree a hand in Idaho min
ing properties as it will be during
the coming summer, and to any
one acquainted with the great
mineral rtsouicrsof the state, this
means profitable results to the in
r stor and added wealth to the
state. Aside lrom the mining in
dustry, capital will be employed
in various other schemes to de
velop the wealth of the state. In
the south along the great valley of
the Snake several large irrigation
plants will be put in *o redeem
thousands of acres of the now bar
ren valley ol Snake river. In the
north plans are on foot for great
improvements to develop the lum
bering resources of the state, not
only in the way of mills, mill sites
and dams but for railroads tapping
the timber belt to make accessible
I be great, pine timber of the upper
Cbarwatei. The outlook for Idaho
was never brighter ard bomeseek
ers and investors show evidence of
their appreciation of the fact by
the way they are acquiring Idaho
realty and investing In Idaho en
terprises.
Granaries of the Poor.
It was Secretary of War Root
that in one of his speeches during
the past winter called attention to
the fact that in 1901 the separate
savings bank accounts in the
United States numbered 6,358,72 •,
with an aggregate value of deposits
ol $2,507,094,000. The wealth ol
the richest man beside the aggre
gate of wealth of the savings bank
depositors and wage earners is
trifling. On January 1, 1902, the
aggregate due depositors in the
savings institutions et New York
state was $1,014 300,000; the sur
plus was $116,550,000; the number
of accounts was 2,010,000 which
represents in deposits and surplu
a gain of three fold since January
i, 1880 The savings institution,
which is widely and successfully
established in New York and in
New England, is, outside of Balti
more, scarcely known at the south.
For these facts we are indebted to
an admirable little pamphlet on
"The Saving Institution," origin
ally read before the bankers' con
vention of 1879 by Henry L. Lamb
ol Troy, N Y., and recently re
printed by him with an appendix
bringing the subject of his essay
dowu to 1902. This pamphlet is
an able discussion of the uti ity of
savings banks, which have been
felicitously called the "granaries of
the poor."
The savings bank is not organ
ized »0 make money; it opens its
d iors to savers; it receives and per
manently invests money, while the
di-c unt bank opens its doors to
borrowers and users of money, for,
pav, or, as Mr. L,amb coucisely
puts it, ''the savings bank is a re
ceiving reservoir from a thousand
little springs; the discount bank is
a distribution reservoir of accumu
lated capital." If the savings
bank is kept to its ori-inal idea it
will uot encroach upon the domain
of the bank and the bank will not
come in conflict with the savings
bank. The savings institution
does not hoard mouey; it invests it
thr ugh managers who are theoret
ically intelligent men competent to
make safe i ivestments iu solid
securities. Ii puts money into
circulation wnd does not withhold
it, but adds to the sum of the
active capital of the country. The
savings hanks of New York hold
a'most one-seveuteenth of the
bonded debt of the United S:aie>;
they help through their lo. ns
thrifty men to build homes; help to
bui'd churches, schools, hospitals
and orphan a> 1um>. The savings
bank pays the community in which
it is placed "because a host of
saving depositors is a better c ass
of citizeus tliau an army of
tramps "
Eastern capital stands ready to put in
a beet sugar factory at Natnpa if the peo
ple of Nampa will pledge 5000 acres t«
beet culiivation for a period of from \ to
5 years.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, Land Office at Lewis
ton. Idaho March 21. 1903.
Notice la herebv given that lha following-named
seiner has hied notice of her intention <0 make final
proof in support of her claim, and that said proof will
be made before Register and Receiver at Lewiston.
Idaho, on May 9. 1903. viz:
DELILAH BHOWN.
of Lewiston. Idaho, for the sw la nw qr tec 28 tp 3fi
nrlsBa.
She names the following witnesses to prove her
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
land, viz:
Walter Frye, of Lewisnai. Idaho.
Charles Frye, " "
Allen Oderkirk, •• *•
Mary J. Brown. •' •
J B West, Register.
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No boom in Clarkston. Con
stant, steady, solid growth and
development. Safe invest-j
ments with reasonably sure
returns. Fair prices. No
changes in prices without due
notice after quotations have
been made. Easy terms to all;
easiest terms to those desiring
to build. Fine opportunities
for manufacturing. Better in
vestigate. Call at either office;
in Lewiston or Clarkston, or
ring up telephone No. 221 or
No. 501. No cost to you tor a
drive over Clarkston and
Vineland, So that you can see
for yourself.
Lewiston Water & Power Co.
AFFIDAVIT FOR PUBLlCAION OF
SUMMONS.
Iu the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State of Idaho,
iu and for Nez Perce County.
Charles H. Brockman, plaintiff, vs.
Moitié Brockman, defendant.
State of Idaho, )
County of Latah f S8 '
Charles H. Brockman, being first duly
sworn, disposes and says: That he is a
citizen of the United States, over 21 years
of age and has been and now is a resident
of the state of Idaho for a period of 15
years.
That he is the plaintiff in the above en
titled action; that prior to the date here
of, he has duly commenced an action for
divorce in the above entitled court upon
the grounds that the defendant had a
husband living at the time of the plain
tiff's said marriage to the defendant.
That during the month of October,
1902, the defendant, Mollie Brockman,
left the state of Idaho and moved to the
city of Portland, aud that the said de
fendant is now a resident of said city of
Portland, and is now living with her sis
ter, Mrs. Annie Kaufman, and that she
has not been in the state of Idaho since
said last mentioned date.
Wherefore affiant asks that the service
of said summons be made by publication
thereol.
Charles H. Brockman.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 21st day of January, A. D. 1903.
[sbal ] Lyman. C. Reed,
A Notary Public.
In reading and filing the foregoing af
fidavit, and the court being fully advised
in the premises, it is ordered that,
The service of Summons iu said action
be made by publication thereof by being
published for the period of one month in
the Lewiston Teller, a paper published in
the County of Nez Perce and State of
Idaho, and hereby designated as the
most likely to give notice to said defend
ant, and that a copy of the said summons
and thaï a copy of the complaint herein
be mailed to the said defendant at the
City of Portland, State of Oregon.
This February 18, 1903.
Edgar C. Steele,
Judge.
ALIAS SUMMONS.
In th :Justice's Court of Central Lewis
ton precinct, formerly West Lewiston
Precinct, Nez Perce County, Idaho, J ; D.
McConkey, Justice of the Peace.
George H. Kester, Plaintiff, vs. B. E.
Bell, Defendant. To B. E. Bell, defend
ant, the state of Idaho sends greeting:
You are hereby notified and required lo
be and appear in the above entitled court
in the above entitled cause on the 21st day
of April, A. D. 1903, at the hour of ten
o'clock a. til. thereof, and to demur or
answer to the complaint of plaintiff on
file herein, or judgment by default will
be taken against you for the sum of $78.00
with interest thereon at 7 per cent per
annum from September 22nd, 1902, to
judgment and for costs of suit.
The general nature of this suit is as
follows:
Plaintiff alleges that he leased to you
certain premises in Lewiston, Idaho, for
$18.00 per month; that you used and oc
cupied the same without paying therefor
from May 12th to September 22; that the
reutal thereof is payable monthly; that
you have not paid the same nor any part
thereof; that the whole amount due, ow
ing and unpaid is $78.00 with interest
thereon at 7 per cent per annnm from
September 22nd, 1902, to judgment in
which amount plaintiff demands judg
ment together with costs.
And you are further notified that il you
so fail to appear and answer the com
plaint as required herein the plaintiff
will take judgment against you for the
sum of $78.00 with interest thereon at 7
per cent per annum from September 22,
1902, and for costs of suit.
In support of the various statements
herein made concerning the cause of ac
tion reference is made to the complaint,
a copy of which is served herewith.
In witness whereof 1 have hereunto
set my hand this 21st dav of January, A.
D. 1903.
J. D. McConkky,
Justice of the Peace for said precinct.
I. N. Smith, attorney for plaintiff.
NOTICE FORT PUBLICATION.
Timber LanJ Aa June 3, 1878.
United State Land Office. Lewlaiun Idaho, Jan.
3, 1903.
Noiice is hereby given that in compliance with the
provisions of the act or ' ongress id June 3, 1878,
entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands In the
stales of California. Oregon. Nevada and Washing-
ton Territory," as exienJeJ to alt the Public Land
Slates by act of August 4, 1892. Thomas Stevens, of
Forest, county of Nez Perce, state of Idaho, has
this day filed in this office his sworn statement No
--. for the purchase uf the lot 8 of sec No. 5 in
township No.32 n. lange 2 w B in. and will ofier proof
10 show lhat the land sought Is more valuable for its
timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and
lo establish his claim 10 aaij land before the Hegisler
and Re elver of this office at Lewiston, Idaho on
Tuesday, the 24th day of March. 1903.
He names as witnesses.
George Vollmer, of Lewiston, Idaho.
Webb Yarh.'of Forest, Idaho
John Miller, *•
James Madden of Waha. Idaho
Any and all persons calming adversely the above-
described lands are requested to file Iheir claims in
this office on or before said 24ib day of March.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior Land Office at Lewis
ton. Idaho, Feb. 11. 1902
Notice is hereby given ihst the followlng-nsmed
settler h^s filed notice of his intention lo make final
proof In support of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the register and receiver at Lew
iston, Idaho, on March 27, 1903 via;
CARL WOHLSEIN
of Willola, Idaho, for the n. half ne qr sec. 31. ?e
qr. se qr. sec. 30 and nw qr. nw qr. sec. 32. tp. 37.
n. r. 2 w. B. m.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
land, vis:
Charles Harr, of Myrtle. Idaho,
Robert Hayter. of willola. Idaho.
Ellery Spivey, of Myrtle. Idaho.
Hubert. Wohlsein, of Willola, Idaho.
J B. West. Register
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior Land Office at Lewis
ton, Idaho, Feb. 6, 1903.
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has 6led 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 Lewis
ton, Idaho, on March 27, 1903, vli:
WILLIAM H. WOLF.
of Forest, Idaho, for the lot 17 sec 31 tp 33 n r 2 w B
m. ..
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
land, vit:
John W. A. Miller, of Forest, Idaho.
Georgs E Horseman. " "
Lewis Stevens,
Edward Vosburgh.
J. B. West, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior. Land Office at Lewis
ton, Idaho, Feb. 5, 1903.
Notice is hereby given that the following named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make fina
proof in support of his claim and that said proof will
be made before register and receiver at Lewiston.
Idaho, on March 20. 1Ä)3. vit:
GUS D. THIESSEN,
of Lapwar, Idaho, for the se \i nw % s % ne \ and
ne qr se qr sec 19 ip34 n r 3 w B m.
He names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land,
via:
Warren P. Hunt, of Lewiston. Idaho.
John Ponting, **
Henry K, Fountain '*
John McCormick, of Lapwai,
J. B. West. Register.
. CONTEST NOTICE.
Department of the Interior, United States Land
Office, Lewiston, Idaho, January 30, 1903.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in
this office by Guy Marquant contestant, against
homestead entry No. 65-45 made December 2, 18Ô8, for
lois 9. 10. sec 17 section 17, township 35 n, range 3
w by George E. Marquam, contestée, in which it is
alleged that sa^ entryman herein has wholly and
entirely abandoned said tract of land for more than
six months last past and next prior to date hereof;
that he has failed to improve, reside upon and culti
vate the said land as required by the homestead law
in such cases, said parties are hereby notified to ap
pear. respond and offer evidence touchiog said aile
gation at 10 o'clock a m on Agril 7, 1903. before the
register and receiver at the United States Land
Office in Lewiston. Idaho.
The said contestant having, in a proper affidavit
filed February 17. 1903, set forth facts which show
that after due diligence personal service of this no
tice can not be made, it is hereby ordered and di
rected that such notice be given by due and proper
publication.
Charles H. Garby. Receiver.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, Land Office at Lewis
ton, Idaho Feb. 16. 1903.
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 Lewis
ton. Idaho, on April 6. 1903, viz:
EDWARD G. WILLIAMS,
of Lapwai, Idaho, for the w % se \i sw K ne *4 and
ne qr sw qr sec 31tp36nr3wBm.
He names the following witnesses i > prove his con
tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land
viz:
Marion Rich, of Lapwai, Idaho.
William Paumer, "
Charles V. Jones. "
John J. Philtipi, of Lewiston. Idaho.
J. B. West, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior Land Office al Lewis
ton, Idaho. Feb. 28. 1903.
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 thai said proof will
be made before register and receiver at Lewiston.
Idaho, on April 17, 1903, via;
DAVID J. WYATT.
oi Webb, Idaho, for the lots 7. 10. 11. 21, 22, 23, 27
and 28 sec 32. tp 33 n r 4 W B in.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
land viz:
Marshal Bathhouse, of Webb. Idaho.
Wesley A Kerr. v
Frank Te.ry. " " "
George Edwards, "
J. B. WEST Keg ster.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, Land Office at Lewis
ton. Idaho, March 13, 1908.
Notice Is hereby given that the following-named
settler has tiled notice of his Intention lo make final
proof in support of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the Register and Receiver at
Lewiston, Idaho, on April 29th. 1903, viz:
FRANK F. RUNNER
of Myrtle. Idaho, for ihe lois 5,6, 7, Sec. 26, ne qr nw
qr ne qr ne qr and n half se qr ne qr Sec 39 Ip 37 n
r J w B m.
He names the following witnesses lo prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
land, viz:
Frank Hart, of Myrtle, IJaho.
Zachariah McCall, of Myr le, Idaho.
John M. Walker, " •'
Joseph L Ralston, " " "
J. B. west. Register.
CONTEST NOTICE
Department of the Interior United States Land
Oflice, Lewiston, Idaho, March 131903.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in
this office by M. E Shepler, contestant, against
Homestead entry No 7375 made December 5. 1899,
for se qr nw qr lot 3 section 4. township 37. n range
1 e B m. by John McPItee contestée, in which it is
alleged lhat said John McPhee has wholly aban
doned said tract and changed his residence therefrom
for more than six months Immediately preceding the
dale hereof, a)y> that the said John McPhee has
never established a residence thereon; that said tract
is not settled upon or cultivated by said party as by
law required oral all, said parlies are hereby noti
fied to eppear, respond and offer evidence touching
said allegation al 10 o'clock a. in. on May 6. 1908,
before the Register and Receiver at the United States
land office in Lewiston. Idaho
The said contestant having, in a proper affidavit,
filed Feb. 28, 1903, set forth facts which show that
after due diltigence personal service of this notice
cannot be made, it Is hereby ordered and directed
that such notice be given by due and proper publica
tion.
Chahies H. Gakhv Receiver.
CONTEST NOTICE.
Department of the Interior, United States Land
Office, Lewiston, Idaho March 3, 1903.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been hied in
this office by May E. Reed, contestant, against
homestead entry No. 8677. made Octuber 16th, 1901,
for the lots 8. 9, and the n e R s w K section
6. township Si, north range 3 west, B m., by John
McNamee conteste«, in which it Is alleged lhat John
McNamee. entryman, has wholly abandoned said
tract of land for more than six months last past
and next prior to the date hereof, and that
said entryman has failed to establish and main
tain a residence upon said tract, or to cultivate and
improve any portion of the same as required
by the homestead law. Said parties are here
by notified to appear, respond and offer evidence
touching said allegation al 10 o'clock a. m„ on
April 23rd, 1903, before the Register and Receiver
al the United Stales Land office in Lewiston. Idaho.
The said contestant having. In a proper affidavit
hied March 14th, 1903, set form facts which show that
after due diligence personal service ot this notice can
not be made, it Is hereby ordered and directed ihal
such notice be given by due and prurer publication.
Charles H. Garby Receiver.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Probate Court of Nez Perce County. Idaho
In the matter of the estate of Anderson b. Walker,
deceased.
Notice is hereby given by Ihe undersigned ad
ministrator of the estate of Anderson B. Welker, de
ceased. lo the creditors of, and all persons having
claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them,
with Ihe necessary vouchers, within four months
after ihe first publication of this notice, to the said ad
ministrator at my housa at Kippen, the same being
the place for the transaction of the business of said
estate. In Nerperce, County of Nez Perce, State of
Idaho
Signed and dated at Kippen, Idaho, this the loth
day of March. A D., 19(13.
An Hilt T. Walker,
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