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- Many people Call to
imk« the acquaintance
of a bank until they
need money and then
they wonder why the
bank doee not know
them.
THINK IT OVER!
Member
Federal Reserve
FIRST NATIONAL
BANK
"Built Upon Public Confidence*
Money to loan. Geo. M. Reed.
Return dates for Dr. E. A. Schill- !
lug are the 4th and 5th of November, j
Surety Bonds—A. W. Talktngton.
Return dates for Dr. E. A. Schill
ing are the 4th and 5th of November.
Lands. Geo. M. Reed.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Arnold exiiect
to leave shortly for a visit to Alameda,
California.
Buy a farm—Geo. M. Reed.
Bob Hunt was an arrival in town
this week and will spend several days
here on business.
Fire Insurance—A. W. Talktngton.
The town was pretty well depopulat
ed last Saturday, the attraction being
the Red Cross sale at Cottonwood.
Geo. Behean asd William
Platt,
stockmen from the Salmon river, spent
a short time In the city this week.
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Old False Teeth
wanted
wa WILL PAT UP TO »21. so pn
eet( broken or not). Send atone«, eubiiDt
by return mall. Package held S to IS day*
lubject to lender'! approval«! our offer—
alio hlgheet prices paid (or OLD OOLD
JEW* LAY, OOLD CROWNS, BRIDGES,
PLATINUM and SILVIA. (Outoutadv.)
UNITED STATES
SMELTING WORKS, INC.
SBS Qoldimith Bldg. Opp.
MILWAUKEE, VU.
Poet Office
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But do you know that practically
every item in our store if purchased
today would sell for double the pre
sent price! The present worlds'
disturbance will likely not become
normal within five years at the
least—the counters of the world
are practically bare—wool, cotton,
iron, leather are being destroyed in
unbelievable quantities — destroy
ing the resources of the future, thus
making it impossible to create the
supplies necessary only at greatly
advanced prices. For present
stocks we expect to hand them out
in the near future without further
advance, although there is no pos
sibility of replacement only at
double the present cost. Make your
purchases now for you can't lose,
and your gain will soon be evident.
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J. Frank Sims
Grangeville, Idaho
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Good Morning Judge
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DISTINGUISHED LEGAL LUMINARIES NEXT WEEK.
GKANGEVILLE TO BE HOST TO THREE
Three judges will grace the bench
in the district court during the next
week or two, the
being as follows:
Judge Wallace* N. Scales of Orange
ville. judge* of the Tenth district.
Judge Edgar C. Steele of Moscow,
judge of the Second district.
Judge Robert N. Dunn of
"list of starters"
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JUDGE EDGAR ('. STEELE
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Reed loans on City Property.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Irwin are in the
city from their home on the Salmon.
They contemplate returning Friday.
Make no mistake—Ninoke the
Sanitaire cigur.
John Clmmlterlain of the Salmon
river country, is h recent arrival in the
city and will spend a few days here.
Columbia grafanolas and records for
gf.le at the Smoke House.
LOST—A child's dark blue coat
trimmed In black braid. Finder please
leave at this office.
Stoves rellned and repaired at
Arnold & Hunters.
El
45-11
WANTED—A girl or middlet-aged
for general housekeeping. En
woman
quire at tills office or phone 346. 45-2t
A half hour in Havana—the El
Sanitaire eig^r.
Mrs. Millie Morris, of Spokane,
daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Geo. Arnold
is in the city for a short visit with the
Imme folks.
The El Sanitaire, mild Havana. At
all dealers, 10 and 15 cents—2 for
25.
Mrs. W. A. Robinson of the Central
Garage, will depart Friday morning for
■xtended visit with the home folks
in Michigan.
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»2 per cent sand for concrete work
See CHESTER AR
88-tf
and sidewalks.
NOLD, Grangeville.
d'Alene, judge of the Eighth district.
Judge Scales who is the regular
judge, will preside at all Jury cases in
which he is not disqualified by reason
of having formerly been employed as ;
attorney, prior to his elevation to the a
beuch, for lut ere« ted partie«. This '
condition exists in two or three actions.
now scheduled for trial and Judge] in

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JUDGE ROBERT N. DUNN
Harry Vincent is in the city from his
ranch on Slute creek, having come out
to meet his daughter who has l>een at
Farm for sale—Avers.
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Karl Bryant departed for Wa la«
on Wednesday mornings train where
he exiieets to find employment.
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Guy C hiesman, who has been spend
ing several days here on business left
•' ''sterdaj afternoon for his home at
L<-wiston.
(', J. Hull arrived here* Monday even
h.g by auto from Lewiston, and on
ruesduy biadtsl out several carloads of
sheep for ( hicago. .
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Milton of Stltes
made a pleasant call on the Globe office
Tuesdav, std)scribing for the Globe for
th<* coining year.
Miss I >orothy Taylor of Moscow,
was an arrival early this week and
spent a few days here in the interests
of educational matters.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gillett of the
J Ilarpster section, are in the city • to
day, attending to business and visit
ing with numerous relatives.
Former Representative Hussman of
Cottonwood, was a business visitor
I Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Wyatt were
! arrivais this week from their ranch
in the White Bird section, and
I are spending several days in the city.
The Woodmen of the World will hold
thc.ir regular meeting next Monday
evening at which time another list of
candidates will is* taken into the order.
Ed Vincent rot unit'd to his home on
j Slate Creek Tuesday with a load of
supplies. Mr. Vincent is the Republic
! mi candidate for county commissioner.
W. <1. Milliorn and Chas. Nail left
tills morning for an auto trip to Port
land and enroute will take In the en,
; tire country, ox|**oting to be gone three
! or four weeks.
In
I Roy Black, of Coeur d'Alene, Repub
! Mean candidate for attorney general
j of tlie state, is exiieeted to arrive here
I within tin* next few days in the Inter
j ests of ids candidacy.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cosaud recently
. , returned from a short visit with their
'-••ii and family just liefore he was call
- ed to Camp Lewis and feel that the
time was well spent.
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Jones of the White
Bird country, were in the city a few
da ys tills week attending to business,
and \Thlle out attended the big Rod
Cross sale at Cottonwissl.
Walter McAdams and Arthur Me
Spadden Iff t Sunday for S)iokuiie
where they went to secure a new Olds
mobile roadster for the latter, which
he will use oil the Salmon river.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yahrans were out
from their home at Joseph Monday and
remained in tin* city over Tuesday, at
tending to securing snpjfjles for the
winter and visiting with friends.
Edward S. Vincent Was in town this
■ w«*ek from his home near Freedom in
I tin* Salmon river country. Mr. Vln
! cent is the Repuliliean candidate for
I county commissioner from his district.
WANTED—Bids to plow and seed
♦ ] one hundred acres or more oil my ranch
J. oue mile east of Denver. J. J. PULSE,
♦ Grangeville, Idaho.
♦ i FOB RENT—Ranch situated two and a
! half miles from railroad. For terms
! call Pacific phone 274 or invite Box
446. Grangeville Idaho.
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Mrs. C. A. Lewis returned from u
' visit to ('niup Lewis Monday evening
wh**re sin* went to visit with her son..
Bay, who cx|**«-tw to is* sent overseas
in tlie near future. The lady found her
son In the liest of health and anxious
^ to lie on ills way.
Clark Lydn. Democratic candidate
I for county commissioner, was in the
city a couple of days this week from
his home on the Salmon river. On
Monday he went over to Ferdinand
and through John Hasse secured a new
stx-eylimter Bniek car that he took
te me with him Wednesday.
Steele who has occupied the local bench
for some 15 or 20 years, naa oeen
called into service. Puiin je -
lieeted to arrive in the city anout
; Octolier 22 from toeur d Alene to h a
a foreclosure suit involving vaiuauie
' mining interests In the county,
All three of the judges will like y
in the city at the same time.
JUDGE WALLACE N. SCALES
enterprise for this city,
Lewis hns opened a school of short
Ihnnd and tyiiewriting and is holding
forth in the rear of Mrs. Ratty's mil
linen- store. At present seven or eight
j, U pn s are taking the course,
Misas Edith Rrlseoe went over to
Moscow a short time ago and is now
PIIKaj?e d „t the Williamson store at
fhaf p]ace Mr nnd M rs. H . C. Mc
] )ona | ( ] formerly residents of Grange
ville aIV a | K( , r( . K lditig there, the latter
being Miss Edith s sister.
Henry Meyer was in Hle t . ity froB1
| l)s rall( .j, home near Fean yesterday
to secure medical treatment for hts
r ,iglit band. In opening a screen door
**'<■ evening before Mr. Myer was bit
h*n by some kind of an Insect. Hts
band was badly swollen.
A night business college is the latest
Mrs. C. A.
Mrs. Saral) Coveney, one of the old
time residents of this city, is now vis
iting with her daughter, Mrs. Jacobs,
In Spokane, where she will remain all
winter.
Mrs. Coveney has not been
away from Grungeville in quite a spell
and the trip will no doubt lie enjoyed.
At the Hourland sale last Friday,
cattle sold high. Milk cows went for
$15» and yearlings brought $60.00 per
head.* Everything on the bill sold well
and tin* Red Cross reaped a nice re
ward for the lunch which was donated
by Mr. Hourland.
The resignation of Chief of Police
Richard Créa was tendered to the May
or this week and will be presented to
the city council at their next regular
meeting which will occur next Monday
evening. Dick has made a good officer
during the short time he hns been on
the force.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Miller of Lewis
ton. are in the city, enjoying a few
days' visit with their many friends.
Mr. Miller is an enthusiastic baud man
and lias more than a passing interest
in the Cowboy organisation of this
place, of which he was leader for many
months. He attended practice Tuesday
night. They will return in a few days.
John Chase, one of the prosperous
farmers residing north from town,
in the city this week,
recently bitten on the instep by some
insect and a short time 'afterward
was unable to put on his shoe. How
ever, tin* injured mendier is improving
and he will soon la* able to discard his
cane.
was
Mr. Chase was
H. Goan from the banana belt of
file Ulearwater repirts the sale of the
Dewey fruit farm this week, ami is of
fering his jiersonal property for sale.
Charley has not decided just what he
will do. but whether he
there" or stays "over here" lie will still
lie a "Goan" at something or other.
goes ''over
We Want To Buy
Liberty Bond
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Purchasing from
us your wants in
our line, helps us
to that goal. Our
prices are no high
er than if you sent
your money away.
Let us explain
why.
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Thomas Thompson
Jeweler
• |v«iti* Un Ik of Camns Prairie
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■ New
Fall SHOES
Shapely Shoes, stunning styles, for men and
We invite inspection of our newf all goods
women
All the new leathers in the new shapes; all the new 1
styles. Reliable, high-grade Shoes at the lowestl
possible prices. They are up-to-date Shoes, of corJ
rect style and high quality. You can see it in the
finish ; you can feel in in the fit.
Also our fall stock of Rubber Goods is in, and
it is almost impossible for us to get more of thés»
goods. We would advise that you buy your wants
at an early date.
Also the best line of work Shoes and the prie
is considerably under the market.
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GRAIN HAY FOR SALE,
Almut 15 tons In barn. Also 60 acres
wisture can go with hay.
Phone or inquire of James
Surridge, Hanister, Idaho.
Lots of
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cater.
45-2t
LADIES, NOTICE.
I will sell you the finest grade of
hair goods, or make up your own comb
ings. at reasonable prices.
Call at 1. E. Zuver residence, Phone
45-2t
201 .
A youth's coat. Owner can
recover same at this '00106 by paying
for this ad.
FOUNT
Condensed Statement of the Condition of the
BANK OF CAMAS PRAIRIE
ORANGEVILLE, IDAHO
August 31, 1918
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LIABILITIES.
RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts. .$626,503.25
Bonds and Warrants-. 19,472.50
Banking House, Furni
ture and Fixtures_ 10,500.00
Other Real Estate Own
...$ 50<00t!.00
_ 50,000.00
_ 3.611.95
... 63,460.00
... 646,199.10
Capital Stock ..
Surplus (Earned)
Undivided Profits
Rediscounts ...
DEPOSITS ..
5,723.65
ed
$813,271.05
CASH AND DUE
FROM BANKS_151,071.65
$813,271.05
One of the few Roll of Honor Banks in the State. .Twenty
six years in Business Without a Change of
Management.

CHASTAINS'
A BIG STORE
Did you know that Lewiston and the surrounding
country can boast of one of the biggest and best (lrutf
stores in all the Northwest! Chastains' Incorporated
is the firm name and the store is in a class by itself iif
towns the size of Lewiston and few in the cities are as
large.
MOST IMPORTANT—is not thé size but the lines
of high class, advertised merchandise that we carry.
Here are a few of the reasons that our clientele is
reaching out farther each day: Jonteel, Kodaks, Nevif
Edisons, Ansco Cameras, Victrolas and Records, Syml
phony Lawn and Highland Linen Stationery, Liggett 's
Candies, Rexall Remedies, Riker Toilet Preparations!
Harmony Toilet Preparations, and Kantleek Rubber
Goods, and these are only a few. Now most drug stor
carry these, you will say, and we admit that they dé
carry at least a part of them, but we carry complété
stocks. For instance, in our Kodak Department you
will find more than 200 Kodaks and Cameras. In our
Talking Machine Department there are at least 50 mal
chines and more than 5000 Records. We have more
than a ton of Writing Paper and there are thousands
of dollars invested in the Toilet Goods Department and
the volume in all other departments is carried out iq
proportion to these, offering you a large scope in
which to make your choice of any article.
WE PAY POSTAGE
Lo our out-of-town customers, we pay the postage it
price of article wanted is inclosed with order.
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CHASTAINS' INC
Lewiston, Idaho
The Big Store on the Corner
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FOR SALE.
Huving sold my farm I am offering
for sale all my personal property to
wlt: 1 brood sow due to farrow this
month, 8 gilts, 4 work horses, id cows,
6 heifers, 3 of them are registered and
papers go with them and 3 calves.
Altout 40 ton of hay, all In the barn ex
cept 5 tou, 1 disc, 1 drag harrow, mower
and rake and other small tools ilsed
the farm,
rush.
on
Call early and avoid the
C. H. GOAN.
INTERSTATE CAR FOR SALE.
In good condition, 5 new tires. Cost
new last year, $1300. Price no\y $750.
. Cotton
45 "t
Address or phone S. P. Shutt
wood, Idaho.

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