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Vicinity ^ and John Berry is home again. J. B. Hurst left Wednesday for Indiana to visit relatives. E. W. Davis and Fred Beyers are logging for the sawmill. Born, a daughter to the wife of John Bollar on the 13th inst. Call and see us when you are this way and give us the news. J. W. Walker has moved from his mines to his homestead, near Elmer Shaw's. Mrs. L. C. Driggs has sold her hay to T. B. Yount, J. A. Taylor will feed her stock. Andrew Kampula has receivec the patent to his homestead, the first Finlander in the valley to do so Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Williams left yesterday for Kansas where they will spend some time with relatives J. C. McBride has about recover ed from a sprained back, caused by lifting a large boulder in his mine. The Meadows Eagle informs us that Dr. Cox charged $7 for ex tracting that tooth for P. Hubbard. J. W. Hartsell, R. B. Burnside, Melvin Dark wood and J. Brasier were in from their ranches this side of Tamarac swamp Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McNeil left last Monday for Round valley, where they own a ranch, and will be there all winter.—Idaho City World. Parties came from this side of Vanwyck to the sawmill here this week for lumber, stating they could get none at the mills lower down the valley. Thos. White of Council passed through Lardo Monday with a pas senger for Vanwyck. He drove a sleigh, the first to make the trip from Council this winter. J. C. Webster of 'Center was in Lardo yesterday on his way to Council, where his family is winter ing. Mr. Webster intends spend ing the holidays with them. Clarence Shaw's forty-seventh birthday was celebrated by a sur prise supper on the fith inst. Twenty three friends and relatives were present and a pleasant even ing was spent. Thos. B. Snyder sold his band of sheep this week to Geo. Smith of Long valley, and considers him self in luck, as he got a good round and does not have to feed price them during the winter.—Meadows Eagle. STRAY. — Black Heifer about two years old, square cut on right ear, no other marks visible. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for board and adver tisement. Address, Gust Koskela, Roseberry, Ida. STRAY. Roan yearling steer, came to my place, about two miles southeast of Lardo, last summer, no brand visible, square cut on right ear, swallow-tail cut on left ear. Owner please call, prove property, pay for board and adver tisement, and take animal away. Ed. Pora, Lardo, Idaho. SMITH FERRY. Lots of Freight Coming- up—Man Severely Injured. The river at the Ferry is froze up and a few more cold nights will make it safe for teams to cross on the ice, as it is the ice is cut each morniug and the ford is in good shape. Roads are froze up hard, and very rough as far as Squaw hill, but we are told that from there on to Boise city road was never better. J. McNish of Emmett has a crew of men here numbering about 30 getting out logs for his new mill at Emmett. They have been working since Sept. 1, and expect to bank 4,000,000 feet for next spring run. They have had very favorable weather for such work and are all ready for snow now. There has been something like 35,000 pounds of freight passed here in the last ten days for Roose velt, and teamsters report sleighing good from Knox to Roosevelt. F. A. Noland of Vanwyck passed the Ferry on the öth inst, on his way to Boise with four 4-horse teams for merchandise for Vanwyck Harley McConnel of this place got badly hurt Sunday, the 4th inst., while repairing Bell telephone by falling from one of the poles. CHARLES W. LUCK, Civil and Mining 1 Engineer. U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR. WEISER IDAHO. ÆirTZ/f w loi.' %\ i llo-lli ThlH.0 AVti\ HON ES æfêNÎ&i 80 v: ri/yn.j m/A'Tms' mixtes K FR/NT The Advocate We Guarantee Our Circulation. Buy PING PONG The Best 20c, Coffee on the Market, at W. B. BOYDSTUN Lardo, Idaho. Just Arrived! A New Lot of COOK STOVES &, HEATERS Plows, Harrows, Breakers, Discs, Barbed Wire, etc. Winter Clothing, Shoes, Rubber Goods, Blankets &. Comforts A FULL LINE OF FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES N. F. Williams, Lardo. The Advocate Goes into Nearly Every Home in Long and Round Valleys. Advertisers Should Take Note of The Fact That we Reach the People.