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Items of Interest from Various Parts of th^ County Gathered by Globe Representatives
DENVER. Rhetta Underwood entertained her friends at a birthday party last Friday. Deputy Sheriff Van Deventer was in town last Friday evening on a small matter of business. Thonjas Hurley and Lewis Bow man have serious attacks of hoarse ness and sore throat. E. T. Root, druggist, recently re turned from a successful business trip to White Bird and Salmon river ... , , ... , The public school will render a program in joint honor of Lincoln and Washington on the afternoon of February 21st. points. Bertha Thatcher invited several of her girl friends to her home last Mon day afternoon for a social time. It was the occasion of her eleventh birthday. Many presents were given and a pleasant time was enjoyed by all. John Baer has lately arrived in town after a two weeks' ride in the Ferdin-, and country. He shipped several car loads of hogs a few days ago and is at present buying for another ship ment. The price paid is 4^2C per lb. Mrs. F. Bowman is up and around again for the first time in a month. She is in good physical condition and looks quite well considering the length of time she has been ill and the seri ous operation that was performed a few weeks ago. Sunday evening the band boys and ladies, in their band wagon, drove out to the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. It was damp weather on the start but it cleared and the ride was greatly enjoyed. Upon reaching their destination they were royally dined by the hostess, with ice cream and cake, taffy and fudge. Several selections were rendered by the band and late at night the merry party drifted homeward. E. Miller. The reading classes in the public school have finished the readers pre scribed and are taking up the supple mentary work. The eighth grade will read "Rip Van Winkle,'' by Wash ington Irving, and "The Merchant of Venice," by Shakespeare. The seventh will study Longfellow's mas terpiece of love and tragedy, "Evan geline." The sixth will use "Snow bound" and Ruskin's "King of the Golden River," Tales by Hans C. Anderson, and others, while the fifth take up Hawthorne's "Tanglewood Tales." In an interview with Mr. Hartwig, proprietor of the Denver hotel, the reporter of Denver notes learned that rumor of his departure for Westlake was not accurately delineated. The reporter found that Mr. Hartwig was very much at home and really had not intended leaving our burg for a week or so. Mr. Hartwig also stated that he had lately secured the lease on one of the popular hostelries of West lake and would hereafter conduct his business at that place with the same liberal principles that have so charac terized his work in our city. As much as we lament Mr. Hartwig' s departure, we wish him success in his new field of labor. mu* ! ! Xh Pacific Horse Uniment is prepared expressly for the needs of horsemen and ranchmen. It is a powerful and pene trating liniment, a remedy for emergen cies. A soothing embrocation for the relief of pain, and the best liniment for sprains and soreness. Unequaled for curing the wounds and injuries of BARBED WIRE and for healing cuts, abrasions, sores and bruises. Pacific Horse Liniment is fully guaranteed. No other is so good or helpful in so many ways. If it fails to satisfy, we authorize all dealers to refund the purchase price. ■XT«« lanoc sottlcs rimr Cl NTS Hoyt Chemical Co. BOOKLET Postland, Ost. df FREE For Sale by J. J. PULSE, Druggist The grand leap year ball given by the Denver band on ValentineV night was the swellest social event that has been given in Denver for years and years. Some few ventured to say that they had seen dances .before with lady floor managers, and wisely shook their heads, but they were surprised and delighted at the masterly and ex cellent manner in which the feminine ? ex controlled the dancing and choos ' n £. Partners. There were enough i | adles to ?° around and some over. The music was of an exceedingly , high rank. Not only the Denver cornet band but Yat es' orchestra was! I at the top notch of their far-famed excellency. The supper served at the Hotel Denver was the best of the i entire year and many compliments ^ were heard on the same. Many ' dancers attended from Winona, Tolo, Sunnyside, Cottonwood and Grangeville and all were well satisfied ■ with this elaborate dancing party given i by tbe band ^ Th f e band wishes to thank those present for their liberal . , , | suppor ? ? f such . a Y ortby enterprise as 1 mamtai . mn £ a c, . ty band > and a, f° the y take this occasion to extend their hearty good will to those who have assisted them by financial help and good wdl since their organization. A toast—"Here's to the band and its friends! f 9 WHITE BIRD. J. M. Dobbins has returned from Grangeville. D. Ritter, of Ferdinand, made our town a visit this week. Dick Wyatt was in town the last of the week on his way to the county seat. E. W. Shearer, of Pittsburg, was transacting business in our town this week. Will Williams, of Pollock, register ed at Hotel Newman this week on his way to the county seat. Geo. Wood, of Grangeville, was in our town the last of the week to attend a meeting of the Pittsburg and White Bird Telephone company. F. E. Wvatt, of Deer Creek, is in the city this week attending to business matters connected with the White Bird Mercantile company. I. C. Hattabaugh, of Grangeville, spent a day or two in our city last week looking after the interests of the Grangeville Implement Company. John Wilson spent several days in town this week. Everybody enjoys hearing Jack tell of his trips to China, the Philippines and other foreign points. some We had 2 inches of snowfall in White Bird this week, the greatest amount we have had for several It was all gone in twelve Mike Thomalson, who lives j ust across the Snake river in Oregon, spent several days in White Bird last week. Mr. Thomalson says that livestock is wintering in fine shape. , winters, hours, however. The local Odd Fellows who went to Grangeville to attend a meeting of came back with nothing but the best praise... for the treatment received at the hands of the Grangeville lodge members, the I. O. O. F. lodge there There will be degree work at the Rebekah lodge meeting on the even ing of Thursday, February 27th. All the members are requested to be present and all visiting Rebekahs are cordially invited. A big supper will be served. Messrs. J. B. Rauch, Earl English, ! F. E. McMillen, W. T. Williams,. Joe Williams, H. Rothwell, and S. ! C. McDaniels passed through White Bird the last of the week on their way up the Salmon river to work on the trail above the Riggins hot springs. Mr. McDaniels had his pack train of twenty mules loaded with supplies. A Few Globe Trotters - „ I Up to the time of going to press last week our "Globe Trotters' ' lia had run up to 13 in number. At the last moment the list had to be crowed out on account of lack of space. The 13 trotters are as follows : ^ r, c . , ._ . . U. r. ooderburg, of Tolo, is paid up to January 1, 1909. John Baker, of Freedom, has added his name to our list and paid up for a year - - —N. The Annual February Pure Food Sale J^OW in full swing is an event worthy the attention of every economical buyer on Camas Prairie. The hundreds of Matchless Bargains told of in our big circulars is the most powerful bid for your patronage that we could possibly make. The reductions are unprecedented and fully warrant your buying a whole season's supply now. Among the many extraordinary values on sale^are the following: Mexican Mocha Coffee, regular 20c kind, 7 pounds for.. 10c package American Cracker company's goods on sale at. Lilly Gloss or Lilly Corn Starch, 3 pack ages for. M. & M. and A. & F. Co.'s 50c Japan OQ r Tea, on sale at. OÎJC 15c cans Gibbs' Wax Beans, Farren's Green Beans, Balboa Tomatoes and Ocean View Peas. A. B., Naptha and Santa Claus Soap, 6 bars $1 10c Silver Shield Soda, equal to A. & H. Soda, a package. 65c Gallon Fruits on sale 5c 5c 25c for cans Pie Liquid Bluing or Wash ing Ammonia, 2 bottles at. 25c 55c 25c at Don't Miss the Sale of Men's 15.00 22.50 32.50 Suits Suits Suits 7.45 15.00 20.00 These most unusual markdowris on Men's Fine Suits are sufficient to attract army of buyers. There has been lively selling every day since the sale started which is indicative of the soundness of the reductions made. Eyery price quoted is bona fide. We didn't resort to the trick of marking goods up in order to make our cut prices seem exceptional. A cut price here is an actual reduction from original selling price. So you can attend this sale and be certain of getting $15 Suits for $7.45; $22.50 Suits for $15; $32.50 Suits for $20.00. an our Alexander-Freidenrich Co. a Best By Every Test 99 3= J. G. Eimers, of the Eimers, Wood Co., Ltd., gave us a dollar the last of the week and the Globe is to be sent him each week. W. S. Clarke is a new name on our list, paid till Feb. 6, 1909. Clarke resides at Clearwater. Chas. Straugh, living near Harpster, was in last Thursday and ordered The Globe for a year - He ,eft a do,,ar - B - H. Decker is another new name with us - The Globe will be mailed to him through the local post office till Feb. 6, '09, and it's paid for. D. C. Kerlee bought a dollar's worth of The Globe the last of the week. His is a new name on our Mr. , , , 1 and „ tba ' f ph ' aSe ' paid t,U Feb - 7 ' ° 9 ' fo,lows ,l * Harrison Johnson, of Denver, was in the office Saturday and paid up for a year in advance. ; „ ... f r r , ir g Ç, yde ^ a . mi » tbe F- F- ^ ann , * rr ] ar * cet > called at thrs office ast baturday ' Present also, $. Chas. Wilson, of Gregory & Co., of White Bird, was in the office Sat urday and paid up for The Globe for a vrar Geo. W. Marshall came in Mom day evening and left a dollar to for The Globe a year. John W. Wilks, of the Idaho Transportation Company, paid up for a year yesterday. He reads the Globe. pay Miss Ella Moore writes from Selma, Calif., enclosing a dollar for The Globe during the year. Railroad Notes. Parties in the city from Vollmer »hen asked concern <•» the b, 8 " I ,' awy " s " nyo '' re P l, ed: The " ork °" , th ' , b ' z structure .s f. r ° zressmz n !" ly ' ?" about "wo or three weeks the heaviest work will be under way and it is çxpected that quite a crowd of sightseers will be on hand daily to W atch the large cranes and other machinery in operation, few citizens from Grangeville will probably go over to witness the work. » » A 4" u h ni 1 *iit< un - nn . nil—uj ! z Gibson & Allen ! = Jewelers and Opticians I 5 ! 5 Edison and Victor Phonographs and Records ! = 1 GRANGEVILLE, J IDAHO •in •in >ui Idaho Transportation Co. J. W. WILKS, Proprietor Stites-Grangeville Daily Stage Light Rigs in operation for fam , ily use between Grangeville and Stites in connection with stage line. Stites Grangeville Arrives, 10 t. m. Departs. 11:30 a. m. Departs, 6 a. m. Arrives. 4:30 p. m. Grangeville Office Telephone 151 Be.t of Tim* Car «fui Driver, U. S. Moil N. P. Express I»' •«+*«' "Î •HD' HOP SING LAUNDRY Better work; Lower Prices East Main Street Grangeville, Idaho „I •HI •HU< •HI •H II'