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GET THE HABIT of Letting Us do Your Laundry jWork of all kinds. RoughJDry 35c per dozen with all flat Ironed. PAYETTE STEAM LAUNDRY J. W. COLLIER, Prop. natmm When a country becomes civilized it demands typewriters. When it becomes posted on comparative values it demands ' - ifflsg - • cate ai % \ ST*» The fact that The Smith Premier Typewriter is used in every civilized country on the globe is not so important as the further fact that the creases year after year. The reputation of The Smith Premier is world wide. World-wide use has made it so. demand in The Smith Premier Typewriter Co. 382 Yamhill, Portland, Oregon. HORSEMEN ATTENTION Having decided to locate in Payette I desire to call your attention to the fact that I shall make a practice of Horse Surgery. I make a specialty of DENTISTRY and have had years of experience in al lines of my profession. O. E. LOWEL, V. S. Office at McWilliams Bros, livery barn. ATTORNEYAT LAW lewaliace: ATTORNEY AT LAW \ CALDWELL, IDAHO. \ PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS ;and Ü.S.LAND OFFICE ' w *•>-■« HOMESTEAD AND / CCT \TL 1 A f ^ Loi AIL IVlAL ILjKü j G1VEN ; SPECLYL Vattentionv Slogans t^FREE Sewing Maclune lighter than any runs other. •6b* FREE lasts longer than any other. f: -6b* FREE beautiful than ther. xs more any o -6>Y FREE 0» n vibration i has less than any other. W cc m FREE i> is easier to operate than any other. 1 Tÿ* FREE makes a more perfect stitch than any other. #FREE . is the best of all com bined in one. free sewing MACHINE CO. L ILLINOIS CHICAGO :: b< For Sal* by Commercial Co. pt i „anyon sint Buy a Home Parties desiring to purchase a home in Payette will do well to see me before Inlying, position to build and sell you a desirable residence on the month ly payment plan and always have desirable property for sale. Contractor and Builder I am in Am also engaged to a ennsider extent in contracting and building and if you are centem plating building would be pleased to furnish an estimate on the work H. M. Williams, PAYETTE, IDAHO. REAL ESTATE Several desirable residences at a bargin on easy payments.! 411 kinds of ranches, improved and partly improved, cash or share rent, or will sell on easy ^Dav ments. Pleanty of money to loan on farm property, or any other good secu rity long or short time loans, low est rates of interest. V ater stock in either Far iters'! or Noble ditch for lease or sale on east' payments, or will exchans" for ranch or town property Call and see us. C. E. BRAINARD. Payette, Idaho. CALIFORNIA EXCURSIONS via Oregon Short Line Daily for tickets one way via Port land. Frequent dates for other routes See O. S. L. agents for further de tails. For best results let the Bates stu dio do vour kodak finishing. Electric meters seid at cost as at inducement te prospective pewe users. All motors are guaranteed. Ida he-Oregon Light & power Company 'Phone Bell 161 or Indépendant 24 DANGER FROM ICE. No Article of Food Is So Carekesl/ Handled. A writer In the Atlantic Monthly Scarcely another article of human consumption receives so much direct handling just before Its use as does this food. Mills and water, tea ami Bread, meat und emphasizes one cause of the dauger of Infection from ice. coffee are poured, butter are cut. died more than any other food on the list, has a hard crust which offers a rather unfavorable lodging place for Bread, probably ban the contrary. germ life. ice. on washes the bands of every person who handles it and affords an ever ready liquid medium for the immediate ate sorption of the hosts of bacteria which The carelessness of hands may carry, the handlers of ice. their utter disre gard of the resting places where it receive Infection, may be partly may due to their lack of realization that ice is a food, as real a food as meat Whatever the cause, few substances which pass through the digestive proc esses of man receive such treatment, its surface contaminated by the pas sage of men and dorses in tne cutting. Its sides and base fouled by muddled platforms and smirched straw, cover ed with the tilth of black ice cars and dust swept freight statious. your cake of ice commonly receives its only cleaning just before it enters the ice So far as the iceman is cou chest cerned. this Is generally a hasty brush with a time worn whisk broom well fllled w'itb the dust of the street and Accord blackened with constant use. lug to the personal testimony of vari icemen. not even the precaution of washing beneath the ous a momentary faucet is ordinarily taken. MISSION OF THE LAND. To Produce Commodities For the Serv of Mankind. ice The mission of the land is to pro duce and keep on producing food, live stock, lumber and other commodities for the service of man. land and Is Indifferent to this Is guilty of a moral wroDg. and he who takes good land out of commission and suf fers it to lie unproductive and useless This is the He who owns is guilty of a greater one. only criterion by which we can prop erly judge of the right of an individual to owo land In large tracts. The good results attendant upon small individual holdings are natural. The purposes of nature In the upward evolution of man are usually better carried out in this way. and not bé as is so frequently argued. cause. every man has an Inherent right to its ownership, and the densely ignorant assuredly have no such right, and land is too precious and Its mission too high to be thus wasted. If the owner of a great country es tate can farm his land as well as or better thau if it were In small hold ings; If. following the precept of Swift, he madp two ears of corn or two The lazy, the incapable blades of grass grow where one grew before: If be supply his section with a better breed of horses, cattle or sheep. No one with any well and good, knowledge of economics could say he doing any injury to the world or It is not the amount of land was mankind. that he owns, but what he does with it for which he is morally responsible —David Buffum in Atlantic. The Invention of th* Panorama. The panorama was invented by a Scotchman named Robert Barker, who obtained a license In London in 1787 and erected a rotunda on Leicester He was associated witb itob Fulton. the practical Inventor of the steamboat, who Introduced pano ramas Into I'arls in 17'Jti. but resigned in favor of Thayer perhaps In order to give his attention to the application of steam to boats. Thayer raised a rotunda on the Boulevard Montmartre, whence comes the name of the Pas sage des Fanoramas. Bonaparte caused plans to be drawn up for eight pano ramas. in which his conquests were to be shown to the Parisians, whom he always tried to Impress with the mag nitude of the achievements in order to keep them faithful to his star. But these projects were never realized. square. ert Calve'* "Screaming." 1 could ta'k for hours about my coun try and my own people. I am so fond of both. Un my birthday many of them came in procession to see me and 1 danced wnat is called the "bourree" They say such quaiDt witb them, things. An old woman once, bearing me sing, asked, "Doesn't it dun yon to scream like that?' A peasant once told me he was sure the proprietor of the grotto would give me 5 francs a day to sing there.—Calve in London Standard. The Hater of Quietude. "That mau says be will create some real excitement If he gets tDto con gress." "Yes." answered Senator Sorghum. "he is one of those peculiar patriots who want to climb on board the ship 'of state simply tor the pleasure of rocking the boat."—Washington Star Suspicious Circumstances. "Do you know they suspect that old of leading a double life." "What gives rise to that?' "Why. he's so mean and cross around • i an borne th« they think be mu« £ pleasant and agreeable somewhere - Exchange. _ _ Ought to Have Known Better. "What's the matter?' "Just quarreled with my wife" "What a Dont?' "She said that a woman whom we met was beautiful and 1 agreed with her."— Houston Boat. THE TONGUE. It Appears That This Organ Can Be Eloquent Even vVhen Silent. From the observations made by a physiognomist it api>ears that the tongue when quite still can be as elo quent in givlug its owner away as when „ , s wa . 4Kinîf sixteen to the j I This is a bard fact for a silent remedy is to Keep well so us to obviate «ary Injunction of the doctor to put his tongue out. for by this thrust out sign the doctor shall know man to swallow—iu silence. Ills only j [ tile .1 him. The tongue of the talker when ob trud. il Inclines to the right side of the mouth, we are asked to believe, where as the seldom used tongue gravitates to the left side. Orators, preachers and barristers are endowed with right sided tongues. Verbally parsimonious persons bave left sided tongues. Furthermore. "the tongue that shoots out straight without turning or wavering indicates a solid, reliable mau of affairs." Tongues that turn up Indicate impractical natures. A lownward. drooping tongue belongs to n person boro to poverty and a ready eye for the hopelesa side of things. The cruel tongue flattens and broad ens when extended. The delicate speaking organ with curled up edges is the property of an Imaginative and artistic being. When the tongue is . il**« forth as if gripped in a dental vise it signifies a love of life more than ordinary. Finally we are warned that the in dividual who thrusts forth his tongue to its extreuiest verge is a person to whom no secret should ever be con tided. for he is an irresponsible chat terer.—London Chronicle. HE WANTED A PARROT. The Use to Which the Old Man Would Put the Green Bird. We are all striving for two things— success and happiness. To get these many of us are struggling for a third —fortune. In striving to attain our desires many of us need a green par rot. In a little town in Iowa, in the midst of a great stretch of timber and meadow, a man built a castle. Some thing over $25.000 he spent In building a home. the tiuest polished woods. The founda tion was of brownstone. the windows of French plate, and every detail was carried out in the best manner. He Imd grown to be an old man. He had always lived in a modest cottage of six rooms. This mansion had fifteen. On ouo side there was a magnificent arch the paved drive that It was finished within with led up to the house. He had just com pleted showing a friend over the place and reached this point when the visitor exclaimed: "Well. John, you ought to be happy This is a magnificent home. Here is everything one could wish for." "Waal." replied the old man, who was :i cattle buyer, "a fellow always wants something else." "What on earth could you want?" was I he query. "A green parrot to hang up thar In the drive." "Why a green parrot?" "So every morning afore I drive ont he would say. 'John, you're a darn fool.' ''—Cleveland Press. Couldn't Turn It. Th» eye of little Willie's teacher was sad and sorry, for. notwithstanding that he was her favorite pupil, he stood before her convicted of the heinous charge of a theft of candy from a fel low pupil II was a first offense, how ever. and she did not desire to Inflict corpora! punishment. A moral lecture, she thought, would fit the case. "Bear in mind. Willie," she conclud ed. "that these temptations can be re sisted if determination is used. Al ways turn a deaf ear to temptation." Little Willie's lip trembled. "But. teacher." he answered. "I ain't got a deaf ear." Making Hubby Appreciative. A doctor teils of a note he received from a woman saying that her hus band. who was about to make him a professional call, found constant fault with the dinner she prepared for him. She appealed to the physician for aid. The doctor examined his patient who had a slight attack of indigestion, and told him to cut out luncheons, to eat nothing but a slice of toast and a cup of tea. The scheme worked excellent ly. Of course hubby returns home In the evening, eats everything In sight and votes his wife's cooking even bet ter than mother used to make.—Boston Record. Thrifty. A Scotsman and his wife were trav ellng from Leith to London by boat. When off the Yorkshire coast a great storm arose, and the vessel had sev eral narrow escapes from foundering. "Oh, Sandy." moaned his wife, "I'm ua afenrd o' deeln', but I dinna care to dee at sea." "Dinna think o' deein' yet" answered , Sandy; "but when ye do, ye'd better be | drooned at sea than anywhere else." "An' why. Sandy?' asked his wife. "Why?" exclaimed Sandy. "Because ye wouldna cost sae muckle to bury." | 1 Good Advice. "Yeung roan." said the boss, "come , nd listen." He approached. hither "When von*re made a mistake for [ ^ on t<( the D „ xt Job . Don't ; a|| day a lot of I finishing touches."—Louisville Courier Journal. There never was a day that did not bring its own opportunity for doing good that never could have been d»ne before and never can be again.— W. H. Burleigh. ■ FOR SALE, WANTS, ETC. Trout Flies—The proper thing at Wood & Spauldings. Wanted—A couple of girls at the 29tf Payette Steam Laundry. Rock Springs lump and nut coal a) ways on hand. E. D. Hoxsey. tf. The Fayette planning Mill has th finest collection of screen doors eve seen lu Payette, building on Boise street. Size 15x50 ft. Address or call on our manager. lnd. ( Long Dist., Telephone. Co., For Rent—The South half of our All campers will find H ta their ad vantage to visit Wood & Spaulding before starting for the hills. 29-tf. Save the pieces of your glasses an get the lenses duplicated at Stroth er's. 28tf. at the Payed«* "'anted. -Woman Steam Laundry. Lost.—A fifty cent coin made in 1836. Finder please return to this office and receive liberal deward. Wanted.—A housekeeper at once fer man with family, address R. D. 1 Box 73 a. Payette. For Sale—Two or three pair of a good J. W. Prestel & 36t4 Wanted—Prune pickers at Nyssa, Oregon. Pay at 12 cents a Inquire of E. B. Sargent, Rte No. 1 Payette, Idaho. Horae for Sale—Extra good driver. Good for any purpose. I have two; need one, hence one for sale—Da vid Cary Peters, Minister Christian Church For Sale.—Some very choice raw land deeded, under Malheur Propos ed Government Project, close to Rail road, cheap good terms, see me at once.—E. A. Johnson The Real Es tate Man. good work horses. Also mountain hack. Sons. box. FOR SALE. New 6 H. P. Fairbanks-Moree Gas oline engine . Enquire at Edison Theatre. Consult us before placing order for motors and get the correc advise as to type of motor best suit ed to your conditions ana one adapt ed to our system. Expert advice free Power Com you Idaho-Oregon Light For Sale—Comb honey at 1.85 per case, two cases for $3.50, 24 sec tions in crate. Inquire of H. Weidner, Payette, Idaho, phone In dependent 18-4. W. 38,000 ACRES Carey Act Lands to be Opened for settlement at Milner, Idaho on Sept. Oregon 20th. Reduced rates via Short Line. Tickets on sale from points between Pocatello and Buhl on September 17th to 20th inclus 16th to 19th. Limit September 25th. Summer coughs and colds a e ob stlnate and difficult to cure Ti c take most prompt methods is to something pleasant which will ly move the bowels; a good laxative cough syrup. Bees Laxative Cough Synip will surely and promptly cur your cold. Sold by Fayette Pharmacy The first application OÜ Man/ ai the great Pile remedy win aimas 1 Instantly give relief. Continued us days wll* of ManZan for a few effect a cure. The tube ln whàh U is put up in has a small nozz! 1 a' tached so that there Is no enuxen ience whatever. ManZan is foi th< cure of any kind of Piles. If !f> sob 1 here by Payette Pharmacy. NOTICE Films developed an Have your Pictures finished by Botkin & Blak Caldwell, Idaho. Prompt and satisfactory work guar anteed Developing 6 exp. Films 2 cents. UNDERWOOD STANDARD K. i Ï4A SSL TYPEWRITER Underwood become? a member of an association world renown appreciation of Visibility, Speed and Dur ability. The "Waiting List'' is mbered bv its thousands, _ Underwood Typewriter romnanv , oT „P.! ' y , ,q , 8 Sixth St. Portland, Or*. 1 s ed for its nu • - «1 COO L KEEP 1 deliver ice to any part of the daily. Both Phones. Prompt delivery. I . ' » F. S. HURD, The Ice Man. s. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ? ! Of Pavette. Idaho. • SU RPLUS, »35,l)00.0Cr\ 82.410,000.00 CAPITAL, $60,000.00 Financial Responsibility of Directors. TheOldest Bank in the Payette Valley gaviugs Department Installed recently. Call and inspect our ay stem J 4 per cent intertnc paid oti savings. Home banks furnished on application, prepared to handle for »afe-keeplng valuable papers. Small as well as large accounts respectfully solicited. Headquarters for Stockmen and Farmers. Carelul Personal Attention given to all buelnea entrusted to tie. We OFFICERS- DIRECtORS M. F. Albert, Cashier. A. J. Boehmer, Asst. Cash'r. A. B. Moss President. Peter Pence, Vice President. W. A. Coughanour Vice-President. Ben Strohbehn, C. E. Brainard, E. Zimmerman, J. E. C< -griff, M. F. Albert, Directors. Albert Wilson, The dignified business-like way to pay your bills is to > Write Your Personal Check i tor the amount. That gives you a record of the payment and a receipt. If you desire a distintive check with your name and business ei,graved or printed thereon, speak to one of our officers. The expense would be small. P Payette National Bank, j * .4 C 3 Bolt _ S F ' ' r*= äEr *|(>'|l «WW*. «te*. iecp r. «-» W ; > V ■ r :y; J-.» t IFTteflo* —. .. C -1..--.ST 190 9 MODjELY 1 ^ i~. ■MS? ' -.VBoU.S PIeee" 1009 M<Klei gan h»« fhr slmptqst and lock C.l ITTiii in u K»' *•■»« ■ kei- • 'in »:i |*l 1 * . lloriim- now we both *Uo« met count 11 . ■ main »?Bus ent above. PI.-kii- nuts I we hove cut out all cm-kta« bary. i«v< > *ml push non »nd hook right on to the 11„' of the hammer. Till» not only make« » lock with large, strong paru, but a ' hEt an irnlm-akaiile «oil l..p lever »ring, aim. a. .*1 -.until -prlng ■'hb-h aj t. u the hammer, and a lioriioiitui setr which malten a very fant lock with a , 18 gradai, »17.75 net to »300.00 U*t. ITHACA CUN CO.; DEPT. 10O I ITHACA, N. Y. BOur We By di uuick, clean, and snappy pull. Send (or Art Oatnbi« and np«cial prize* x x>ooooooooco< >oo<>ocoooooo</< PAYE 7 TE / LAND AND IMPROVEMENT % 1 COMPANY. RESIDENCE LOTS CLOSE IN \ P. H. BROWN, Sole Agent. >00000000000<>00<>0000c<?00«i I and method of The proper way treating a cough or cold is to first of all gently move the bowels. most conveniently do by tek This ! you can ing a dose or two of Bees Laxative Cough Syrup. It Is pleasant to take, acts promptly Children like it. by Payette Pharmacy. Sol offering of gagement of the Eckhardt Company supporting Miss Josephine Deffry at the Opera house, commencing next Thursday night. August 19th. Strother has a dark room for diog Absolute satis faction or your money back, is his hosing Eye troubles. The comedy-drama tain and the Lady" will be the first the three nights en k ROCK SPRINGS C0A r for «verybody Why use any Other! Genuine ; Rock Springs Lump Coal on hand at ii WRIGHT-WILKIE ; LBR. CO.