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22 Million Families
in the United States L EACH FAMILY saved one cup of wheat flour it would amount to 5,500,000 pounds, or more than 28,000 barrels. If this saving was made three times a week, it would amount to 858,000,000 pounds, or 4,377,000 barrels in a year. You can do your share in effecting this saving and really help to win the war by omitting white bread from one meal today and baking in it« place muffins or coin bread made according to this recipe: Corn Meal Muffins «îtTS, lx cap* flour £ teaspoon «alt 4 teaspoons Dr. Prieo's Baking Powder Sift dry ingredients together into bowl ; add milk shortening and beat wall. Beks in greased muffin tins in hot oven about 20 minutes. Sams batter may be baked as com broad in greased shallow pan. Ntw Red, White and Blue booklet, "Bett War Time Recipe»," containing many recipe» for making deliclout and wholetome wheat » aving food» mailed free. DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER, 1011 Independence Boulevard, Clticago 2 melted other FOOD WILL WIN THE WAR WANTED— WOOD CUTTERS Men wanted at once to cut wood. Write or ee* H H. Miller, Grange vlU& WALL PAPER. New stock Just in. At the Paint Shop. 23-3t SERVICE FLAG FOR COUNTY IS RAISED 20-tf A. W. ROBINSON A SON. (Continued from pa#* 1) Edgar Sacre. Charles Sheets. . Edgar Long. Frank Spencer. Charles Brnnscombe. William Blume. Ralph Gregory. Charles Snyder. Hugh Keith. Samuel Brown. Ray Crader. Verne Dye. Clande Fray. John Humphrey. Dick Feaster. Ralph Keltner. August Maugg. Harry Meader. Loran Morgan. Arthur Rice. Bert Schroeder. Roy Tefft. Sidney Trlpplett Frank Turnbull. Fred Von Bargen. Clyde Von Bargen. Claude Smith. Mac Leonard. William Asker. Frank Blackburn. Joseph Blackburn. Hugo Funke. Everett Huffman. Lance McCready. Jesse Rogers. Ira Robertson. Paul Terhaar. Robert Burlltu, Francis Gilbert. - Dennis Howard. John F. Kennlg. Ray Moses. Seldon Gregg. ► LIKE BACON \ f Y OU know how cooking brings out all the rich ► pungent flavor of bacon— there's nothing that tastes better. But you wouldn't like it raw. t IT'S TOASTED So we toast the Burley tobacco need in LUCKY STRIKE Ciga rettes for exactly the same reason —to bring out the rich, solid flavor. --x- does not carry send $l.20loracartoa package* t oThe Tobacco any o! California, — 10c 12 John S. Decker. Laurence A. Keith. Idaho G. Litchfield. Ben White. Milton M. Murphy. id William C. J. Headier. ' Owen G. Reid. Carl O. Springer. Milton Hatch. Z. O. Rechel. \ Henry W. Grant Victor O. Hinkley. Wade Daubenspeck. Vern B. South. Edwin F. Cecil. James A. Sbellam. Harold J. Anderson. Edwin R. Sherwin. Walter E. Barnes. Jay Turner. Lloyd E. Renchaesen. Frank Pitt. Preston H. Jewltt Wllllard I. Griffith. William G. Schwarzbach. James P. Winslow. Seth T. Stantlal. Edward J. Coram. R. P. Perry. Carl Clark. Lauren O. Wood. Edward E. Boodry. Laurence J. Tipton. Alfred H. Collier. Sumner 8tonebreaker. William Rideout George H. Blrkland. V* lJJr I ■ % V V © /) Guaranteed by Sa I t - i&JcJJj ffl Condensed Statement of the Condition of the Bank, of Camas Prairie GRANGEVILLE, IDAHO March 4, 1918 ti I RESOURCES Loans and Discounts.-$812,219.68 I Bonds and Warrants_ 26,415.68 I Banking House, Furniture g and Fixtures . 10,500.00 g Other Real Estate Owned 5,723.65 I CASH and DUE FROM g BANKS S LIABILITIES Oapital Stock _i_, Surplus (Earned) Undivided Profits DEPOSITS _ $ 50,000.00 50,000.00 4,573.82 662,887.83 i i $767,461.65 112,602.64 m I $767,461.65 J On«,of the few Roll of Honor Banks in the State. Twenty-five yean in Business v Without Change of Management In of in Ralph E. Gillett Frank A. Stein bach. Attira G. Manring. Frank A. Nissen. Reitlus Owens. Thomas C. Hayward. Arthur A White. Crate McLean. Ed. James Bowles. Orin K. Rogers. Coy C. Cole. Howard H. VanVarrin. j. W. Evans. Leroy Emery. Urban S. Lester. Milton R. Clements. Claude S. Alderman. John F. Samsel. Albert L. Poe. Elda M. Shearer. Jesse V. Ripley. Wm. H. McComas. Clair M .Wells. Kenneth W. Christiansen. Lloyd Knlghten. Bernard J. Erickson. Robert J. Kauffman. Cecil G. Ryan. Clifford DjCyr. James A. Gamet. Ralph F. Tuttle. Chester H. Nogler. Arthur E. Brown. Clarence R. Harrison. Edward R. Powell. Arthur Jackson. Calvin C. Lyon. Leslie Stephenson. Forest Turner. Homer J. Clements. James M. Root. Louis P. Leonard. Ray Church. Herman Funke. Robert Foreland. Omer K. Ewing. Henry J. Hesterman. Willis H. Ylngst Walter E. Evans. Vernon Leroy McKenzie. Roy H. Cain. Geo. C. Green. Fred W. Matzke. Perry S. Howard. Geo. Boodry. Clarence W. Willlamg. Orval Herrington. Allen Reboin. Herman J. Seubert. Robert C. Flynn. Jesse E. Wood. Claude C. White. James A. Goan. William E. Onthank. Leland W. Toll. Lloyd S. Thompson. Robert H. Craig. Arthur Aune. Louie Mathewson. Sam Kennedy. Spaces have been left for additional blue stare which will be added from time to time. With the number leav ing to enter the service this! month the number of stare will be brotght to 282. Members of the Mothers' club, Red Cross ladies and the wives cf the Com mercial club committee sewed the stare to the flag, which wa|B no small task in itself. ; ; ; J "COMMUNITY DAY" $2,700.00 RED 1) (Continued from The crowd the street - to the I. O. O. F. opera house, and that spacious edifice was soon filled to overflowing with interested citizens to hear the patriotic addressl to be de livered by Hon. James F. Ailshle. The program at the hall was opened by the "Young American Quartet," composed of the Misses Dorothy Stock ton and Claire Louise Baker, and Mas ters Rowley Call and Reese Hattabaugh Jr., rendering "Over There." The young folks were extremely well re ceived and were given a hearty en core. Judge Ailshle was Introduced to the audience by M. Reese Hattabaugh, In well selected and appropriate remarks. The Judge held the rapt attention of his hearers for an hour and twenty minutes, laying particular Stress upon the fact that Germans who had be come citizens of the United States were Germans no longed''but were Americans, and that the United States i people, effort to end for a'l time Prussian oppression Mr. Ailshle quoted extensively from the war books Issued by the federal committee on Public Information, the authenticity of the inhumanities prac ticed by the huns being unquestioned. The vast audience gave the speaker the closest attention thrclughout the entire period. Harold Harris sand a war-time song entitled "When a Boy Sais Goodbye to His Mother and She Gives Him to Uncle Sam," and was given quite an ovation. He responded with "Liberty Bell, It's Time to Ring Agi audience was then dismiss Wood. A bountiful dinner had b ed by the ladies and al _ vited to visit the upper story of the hall. Supper was served also and the Bed Cross workers received something over $500 for their supplies and labor. The auction started tmm«Nllately af ter dinner. I. E. Znver, the auctioneer was ably assisted by Ed Vincent and Seth Jones of the Sfilmon river conn try, L M. Harris and A. N. Dyer, and through the efforts of these gentlemen considerable enthusiasm wus Injected Into the sale. Space will not permit the publication of the list of article and purchasers but we will mention a few of the larger Items. A coy donated by John D. Long, wi ed by Seth Jones for $225 ; nine little pigs, the gift of Ji and Charles Miller, were so Elmers for $325. The event was brought to a close with a big dance at night The en tire receipts for the occasion being ap proximately $2700. with the audience singing, at once adjourned across was not fighting the G< but was putting forth e The by Rev. n prepar were in ffl y and calf as purchas a sow and a du os Aram lid to John i i NO DENTIST IN GRANGEVILLE. Can you imagine how horrifying this news would be to tho* with tooth troubles? Yet for a short time nearly every summer when our local dentists happen to be taking their vacation all af the same time. Dr. Green was absent from his office during the entire month of July last summer and announces that he expecta to be gone during the same period and perhaps longer this year Those desiring his sendees Should take advantage of thlo Information and act accordingly. < A dv.) suffering Is occurs ESTIMATE. The following 1» * n estim ate of t he wMnihip amounts of money neccnmry for all purposes, to be raised In the of Orangertlle, Idaho, during the fiscal year ending the first Monday In May, 1819. And the City Council of the City of G range ville, Idaho, a municipal cor poration, in regular session, makes the following estimates of money necessary for all purposes to be raised tor the fiscal year beginning the first Monday in May, 1918- end ending the first Monday of May, 1919, as follows, to wit: City Current Expense Fund, In cluding officers salaries, public Improvements, water and lights, and all inciden tal expenses of the City for the fiscal year,- Redemption Fund, for the payment of outstanding warrant Indebtedness of the City ---— Interest and Sinking Fund for the payment of Interest on the outstanding bonded Indebtedness of the City, and for the creation of a sinking fund for the pay ment of the principal of said bonds, and etc.,- 1,800.00 Cemetery Fund, for the pay $ 12 , 000.00 4,500.00 A Hail Storm Would Make Your Grain a Loss Unless You Were Insured With the prospers of a bumper crop and good prices assured, there is practically only one thing that ► can keep you from making money this year. A hail storm would make your grain a loss unless ; you were insured, and for the small amount it costs ; to protect yourself against this loss, you can't afford ; to run your own chances of being hailed out. It is ; better to have it and not need it, than to need it and ; not have it. IF YOU ALSO WANT SERVICE IN CASE OF LOSS AS WELL AS PROTECTION, SEE US BE ; FORE INSURING ELSEWHERE. ; both for the price of one. We sell you H. W. GARETS ORANGEVILLE, IDAHO' i H* Ladies of Grangeville <4 ( 4 [\ ml ir . > Your spring footwear is here. The new Queen Quality creations for Spring embody all that yon could possibly require. You who insist upon the best in textiles, millinery and accessories should wear Queen Quality shoes. There ia a style for every foot, for every occasion. Your particular style awaits yon. When may we show it to you! 9 J. FRANK SIMS GRANGEVILLE, IDAHO ment of cemetery expense«, The City Council makes lug statement showing the money raised from all sour«! 01 * < the sources of revenue for then**** the fiscal year ending on Monday of May, 1918, as the annual Report of the surer of the City of Grangevm. 1 ^ ho, to-wit : Ws Cash In hand as per last An naul Report _ g . Miscellaneous Licenses etc '* City Taxes .J" Sewer Taxes, (8pecial) JS® Fines and Fees, Police Court' ***** Sale of Cemetery Lots ..." Impounded Stock, (pound fees), - Improvement Taxes_~~ Road Taxes -~~~ Sale of Wood_ 33.70 lSBJl 871« 1.00 Total receipts, from all sources _ $78,787 »j Done by the Mayor and CounMi t, regular session this May 6th, îgîg,* T. E. BDMUNDSON, May«. (SEAL) Attest: H. Taylor, City Clerk. 24-# City property—Geo. M. Reed.