The Rebekah lodge !n«**dled their new
officers last night.
Ellen Erickäou made filial proof oil 160
acres near Kippen.
A marriage license was issued today to
Ernest Parkins and Ella Erickson, both
August Manneville made cash entry
ou 160 acres of white pine timber on the
St. Mary river.
William A. Stanton and jj. W. Seehorn
made final proofs on homesteads near
Nezperce and Mohler.
The Elmore Rice Musical Co. will ap
pear at the Grostein opera house on Jan.
io, and the Russell Comedy Co. Jan. n
Mrs. Ella Peden of Leland was ad
judged insane by Probate Judge Langford
this morning, and will be taken to the
state insane asylum at Blackfoot.
S. D. Jones, of Camas Prairie, sold
to King & Bender and the Idaho Cold
Storage Co., of Spokane, fiVe cars of cattle
and one of hogs which passed through
here last night.
A crowd of young people initiated the
sleighing season la.it nigiit. They had
the sleigh, the bells, the belles, the boys
and the noise, but drew on their imagi
nation for the snow.
Geo. Nancy and S. Winslow came
down Iront the Wild Goose mines last
night. Mr. Winslow brought his wife
with him, who is very sick at the White
home, but under the care Of Dr. Whitford
is getting along very nicely.
The first number of the Clarkston Re
publican appeared today. It contains
some excellent descriptive matter con
cerning Clarkston-LewistOn and Asotin
and Nez Perce counties. The aim of the
paper is to exploit the reéources of Vine
land and the tributary country; and un
der the able management of Mr. Wood
ard the Republican promises to do good
work in its field.
A Qoed Record.
BoiSR, Jan. s.—Secretary of State Pat
rie has submitted to Governor Steunen
berg the fifth biennal report of his office.
It covered the period from Jan. a, 1899,
to Dec. 20, 1900. It is being published
in pamphlet form for distribution. It
contains a great deal of valuable data.
This report shows that the total receipt
for the two years amounted to $6457.73,
of wbich $3442.68 was in 1899 and $3,
015.05 in 1900. This is the best oecord
made by the office. The best former
record was under Secretary Lewis, when
the fees for the two years amouuted to
At tbs Cbarchts.
Methodist—The meetings being con
ducted in the Methodist Church by Evan
gelists Lewtas and Reed are growing in
attendance and interest. Mr. Lewtas'
style of preaching is of the highly illus
trative character. At times he is very
forcible and rises to peripds of great elo
quence. Tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock
he will speak to men only, subject: "The
Man for the Twentieth Century.'' The
first service of the Sabbath will be a
prayer meeting at 9:45 *i m., followed by
Mr. Lewtas' sermon at 11, Sunday School
at 12:15, Bpworth League 6:30, preaching
by Mr. Lewtas at 7:30, subject: "A Rail
way Ticket." One attractive feature in
all the services tomorrow will be the
evangelists' sweet siugiijg.
Baptist—In Odd Fellows' hall. Ser
vices at it a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Preach
ing at the morning service by the pastor.
Subject, "Relation of Passover to Lord's
Supper." There will jte communion at
at the morning service. Union services
in evening of the Christian, Presbyterian
and Baptist churches in Odd Fellows'
hall, at which time Rey. J. A. Pine will
preach. Sunday school st 10 a. m. Young
people's meeting at 6:3b a tu
Christian—Services wili be held at the
Christian church as follows: Bible school
st 10 a. m„ sermon at if a. tu., subject,
"Prophetic Signs," a conclusion of last
Sunday's sermon. There will be union
se vices in the Odd Fellows hall at 7:30
p m., at which time Rev. J. A. Pine will
preach on "Place and Power of Evange
lists in the Increase of the church."
Christian endeavor in II O. O. F. hall at
6:30 p. m.
MINNESOTA'S BEST DAIRY Product
Ask your Grocer for it
Catholic—Holv communion at 7 a. m.,
high mass and sermon 10 a. m., Sunday
school 2:30 p. m., evening sarvice 7;3o.
The ladies of the Tsceminicum club
met this afternoou at the home of Mrs.
C. P. Coburn. This is the first meeting
of the new year. The program was de
voted to the discussion of American po
etry and poets. Following is the pro
Century of American Poetry... Miss McCoy
Our Present Day Poets (oral sketches):—
Poe................................... Miss Vollmer
Brete Harte ........................Mrs. Barnett
Whitcomb Riley,.............Mrs. Foresman
Discussion—Is War a Tonic to Literature?
Leaders, Mrs. Dent, Mrs. Mount.
Elmore Rice Coming.
The talented young violinist will ap
pear at the opera house Thursday even
ing, Jan. 10. Following is the program:
I— Beethoven (a) \ AnJante in F piano solo.
WoJenhaubl (b) I Siherio—Mrs. Lu Baker.
II— Beethoven—Violin Sonate 2.
Alto vivace- AnJantlne—Alio Conbrio.
III— Pieme (a) ( Serenade.
Baft lb) ) Cavatine.
IV— Gabriel Marie—Serenade Badine.
V— Gems of Scotland—Piauo Solo—Mrs. Baker.
VI— (iriez —Grand Sonate in G minor.
Renard— Berceuse No. 1.
VIII - - Godard—Cauionetta.
Seats 51 UOai Ray & Osmers, Gallery. Aoc,
A Thrifty Couple.
A marriage license, issued at the court
house today, carries with it a story of res
ervation thrift and prosperity as well as
the usual romance. By it terms Ernest
Parkins can, and will, be married to Miss
Ellen Erickson, both of the contracting
parties are from the reservation, near
Kippen. About five years ago both
parties filed on valuable quarter sections
of land. Cupid came along but Thrift
and Prudence postponed the nuptials till
Miss Erickson could prove gp- on her
land. This she did at the land office to
day. Next follows the marriage license
and soon the wedding bells. Two rich
claims on the reservation will be an ample
dower for future prosperity and happi
Lewiston, Idaho, Jan. 5, 1900
Barometer 30.00. temperature minimum
in last 24 hours 22, maximum in last 24
hours 30, change in 24 hours, o.
Wind—Direction, east; velocity, light
State of Weather—Cloudy.
Precipitation in last 24 hour», T.
Weather Forecast—Snow and colder
tonight and Sunday; continued cold for
The hihh is moving southeastward,
while the low remains over the north Pa
cific coast Temperature changes have been
unimportant. Zero weather still obtains
in Minnesota, the Dakotas, Wyoming
and Montana, at Bismarck and Havre
minimum of 16 degrees below zero was
reported while iu the British possessions
temperature as low as 28 degrees below
Precipitation occurred in Washington,
Oregon, California, Idaho, Montana and
Nevada rain was falling this morning at
Portland, Carson City and Los Augeles.
Frank L. McCmntic,
Official in Charge
Mias Bradley, of Anatone, returned
Knight Reed spent New Years in
Asotin visiting friends.
Mr Robert McKissick spent a few days
at hit home in Tammany.
Mi. Fjed Cleveland returned yesterday
from hit home near Cottonwood.
After spending the holidays in Moscow
Miss Lilian Cable it again in school, but
her sister, Miss Rosa Cable, has gone to
her home in California.
Mr. John Noble, of Orofiuo, returned
'Wednesday, accompanied by his father,
who was a guest of Reid's hall until
Those beginning the normal work
since the holidays are as follows: Misses
Beulah Busaell, Grace M. Kelsey and
Idaho Philips, all of this city.
Misses Gertrude Dow ne a and Anna
Christman, both of Asotin, were visitors
of the school yesterday afternoon. Miss
Downed is one of the teachers in the
Asotin high school.
Messrs. Walter Emerson, Frank
Splawti and George Patterson are agaiu
present for class recitations, all living
near Winchester. After trying four
weeks at working for his board, Mr. Pat
terson decides to return to dormitory life
Miss May Hawkins, who has previously
been in attendance at the normal, again
adds her name to our enrollment. She
lias recently closed a successful term of
school near Little Almota.
Bruce Cleveland, a member of the jolly
crowd at Reid's hall, left on the morning
train for hia home in Cottonwood. He
baa been in attendance at the normal for
the past three months.
Coming and 6oing
Frank Burke has gone to Spokane.
Geo.-W. Tannahill went to Kendrick
O E. Gbrsline, of Willowa valley, is iu
R. R. Steen returned from Walla Walla
R. Aiken of Clarkston went to South
wick to visit relatives.
F. M. Rice #f Grangeville is « guest at
the Raymond House.
John Brown of Orofino was an arrival
on last evening's train.
Attorney M. O. Reid of Colfax arrived
on this evening's rrain.
Miss Lena Williamson ^has gone to
Moscow to visit relatives.
J. P. Lefler, the mining man, went to
Grangeville this morning.
Miss May Knepper was a passenger on
Palouse train this morning.
E. Erickson, the sawmill man of Kip
pen, is a visitor in the city.
R. B. Cleveland of the normal school
bas gone to his home at Summit.
Mrs. E. M. Rose of Eugene, Ore., left
on the Clearwater train for Kamiah.
Mrs. H. M. Wright of Glenwood, Iowa,
left on this morning's train for Kamiah,
R. M. Palmer was a passenger on this
morning's boat, on his way to Portland.
L. Jones, of Boise, left on the Cotton
wood stage this, morning for Camas
L. W. Smith of Clarkston will leave
on the morning boat for West Scio
Those who attended the dance at
Enterprise bar last night report a delglit
E. B. Simmons one of the principal
owners of the Dixie townsite company,
ia in the city.
John Shissler. after spending a few
days in the city, returned to his home at
Ed Arant, who has been confined at
home with the grip for the past week, is
able to be out today.
Clifford Riggs left today for his sheep
ranch on Salmon river- He expects to be
gone about ten days.
A. L. Pipes has gone to Orofino to as
siat R. D. Oysterhout, who is bolding
protracted revival services at that place
W. S. Yearsley, a prominent wheat
man of Colfax, who has been in the city
for the past few days, lias returned home
Mrs. Charles Chamberlin and two chil
dren of Whitebird left on the steamer to
day for Colfax, where they will visit rela
« 1 rs. W. W. Hammell and daughter ar
[ zed on the steamer la«t evening from
irtland and lelt this morning for
Fred Woods, superintendent of the
French Creek Mining Development com
pahy, left today on the Orofino train for
Geo. D. Henderson, D. D. S., of Butte,
Mont., who has been a visitor in the city
for the past few days, left this morning
B. F. Bashoar, ssessor-elect, and family
arrived on the train last evening and will
move into one of the Dent residences on
Miss Myrtle Mitchell, who has been
visiting Auditor Stookey and family du
ring the holidays, will return to her
G. M. Neilseu, a Mormon elder ar
rived on this afternon's train from Salt
Lake city, Utah. He will conduct services
here next week.
G. O. McMiuimy has resigned his po
sition with the Teller and left on the
morning train for Denver, where he will
teach a six month'* term of school.
Mrs. Geo. W. Bailey, Mrs. A. T. Gins
bach and Mrs. Jessie Dillon, all of Asotin,
were passengers on the Spokane train
thit morning for Colfax where they will
Joa S. Stump, who conducts a grain
elevator at Stites, arrived on the Orofino
train last eveuing and left this morning
for Pullman where he will enter his son
at the agricultural college.
is thf: prince of
5 CENT CIGARS
Sold by all the leading
cigar dealers everywhere
IF YOU WANT
THE BEST, BUY
Win. Briggs returned today from |
At the prescription drug store all ex
tracts, tiuctures, spirits, medicated waters
chemicals, etc., etc., are chemically an
alyzed or have been physiologically
tested before being sold or used
The Prescription drug store is the place
to get your prescription prepared. tf
The meetings being held at the Metho
dist church are being well attended.
Evangelists Lewtas and Reed are forcible
and entertaining speakers and are ex
cellent singers. Large audiences are be
ing attracted to the meetings.
—Wildenthaler's, headquarters for all
kinds of Schilling's Best goods.
Win. F. Galbraith, Dentist, three
doors west of postoffice.
The best canned vegetables is the Mil
lionaire Club, for sale at Russell's groc
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Notice is hereby given that the regular
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Lewiston National Bank will be held at
the directors room of the bank on the 8th
day of January, 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Georgs H. Kbster, Cashier.
Lewiston, Idaho, Dec. 7, 1900. 58-tf
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT.
In the district court of the second judicial district of
the state of Idaho In and for Nez Perce county.
Dave Blake Co„ a corporation, plaintiff, vs. L.
Stannus, defendant. Notica Is hereby given that an
attachment has been issued against the pioperty of
the defendant above named. Attest my hand and the
— «lofs-'* ------— " - ----
seal of said court hereto affixed this 2nd dev of Jan
uary. A. D., 1901. p. E. STOOKEY,
Clerk of the District Court.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, Land Office at Lewis
ton, Idaho, Dec 14. P>U0.
Notice is hereby given ihet the following named
settler has filed notice of his intemion lo make final
proof in support of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before Register end Receiver at Lewis
ton. Idaho on Jan. 26. 1901. via: Willard P. Bounds
for w half s half and s half w half n half lot 6; 1 half
and s half n half, and w half n half n half and w half
e half n half n half lot 7 w half lot 12 and lots »
2, 10. tl. 23, 24. sec 35. tp 36 n r 4. W.
He names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land
vie. JamesConnely and Edson D. Briggs of Lewis
lîîîlJff'îï-ci'f *î* _. r ? n * y of Idaho, John
J. B. West. Register.
Hughes of Spalding, Idaho.
NOTICE STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
Notice ia hereby given that a meeting
of the stockholders of the Kettenbach
Co., Limited, has been called to convene
on Saturday the 12th day of January,
1901, at 10 o'clock a. tu., at the directors
room of the Lewiston National Bank in
Lewiston, Nez Perce county, state of
Idaho. Said meeting has been called for
the purpose of electing five directors for
said corporation for the first year of ita
existence, and for the purpose of adopt
ing bylaws for said corporation.
By order of the acting president.
Dated this 28th day of December, 1900.
Frank W. Kbttsnbach.
Acting president of Kettenbach Co.,
Limited. 75-Jan u
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